<%BANNER%>

The Jewish Floridian ( September 21, 1962 )

UFJUD

PAGE 1

"cJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume :5 — Number 38 Miami, Florida. Friday. September 21. 1962 Two Sections — Price 20/ FK Aide Outlines U.S. Policy in Middle East AGENDA INCLUDES HOT ITEMS United Nations Opens New Session as Go Ida i Meir Arrives to Speak UNITED NATIONS — (JTAi — nidi delegation at the UN, will ii' I7tht session of the General I head the Israel diplomatic corps iMsembl] "f the United Nations here during Mrs. Meir's absence. '.iied hire Tuesday with a miniThe major issues affecting Israel r of problems on the agenda afat this Assembly, all of which are pcting Israel. Mrs. Golda Meir.' Urael's Foreign Minister, arrived! ucsday morning to participate in Bowles Tells Hadassah There's 'Much We Can Do' To Bring Peace to Area PLEDGE Of NON-AFfiUATlON SEE SEC. B Continued on Page 6 A CHESTER BOWIES i "voiat'le and uncertain" ,.• optr. ;. session and to deliver eforc the delegates the views of i the Israel Government on major sues which will come up for deliberation at the parley. The issues affecting Israel direct are o it expected to come up for I discussion before some time in November. Mrs. Meir will return Israel after delivering her maj <>r addrtsat the General Assembly this month. But she returns in November to participate in the debates that will arise in connection lith the Arab-Israel situation. Aralaasador Michael S Comay. perlanent > prescntative of tin Is Senate Bill nsates Ex Germans State Dep't. Says We've Sold Israel Military Ware fULl TEXT Of HMPiRN LITTER PAGE TO-A Compel WASHINGTON — (JTAi — The State Department, acting on the request of President John F. Kennedy, has informed Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Republican, that the United States—apparently very recently—has provided Israel with "significant amounts" of military equipment, as well as "credit facilitcs" to finance the purchases Phillips Talbot. Assistant Secrelary of State, wrote Rep. Halpern that "the President has asked that the Department of State reply" to Rep. Halpern's formal request to President Kennedy for a clarification Of the current l'nited States arms supply policy toward Israel. Hep Halpern had cited Soviet arms acquired by Egypt, including latemo.lel jet bombers, jet fighters, tanks, and submarines. PITTSBURGH — (JTA) — Chester Bowles. President Kennedy's special representative, told 2.000 delegates to Hadassah's 48th nationa convention Sunday that, despite the fact that L'nited States capacity to control specific events in the Middle East "is no more than marginal." there is "much we can do to promote and underwrite a new sense of hope throughout the Middle East that alone can eventually bring a relative measure of stability and progress." Mr Bowles and Avraham Harman, Israel Ambassador to the: l'nited States, spoke at the opening plenary session of the Hadassah convention at the Pittsburgh Hilton; hotel Characterizing the Middle East as an area whose future course of political development is "volatile and uncertain." Mr. Bowles outlined these six "basic ingredients for a truly realistic American policy" toward the region: French Confab Studies Refugee Influx Problem "1. It seems to me that here, as elsewhere, our paramount aim must be to help all the nations of Continued on Page 8-A Supreme Court Ponders Anew Israel's Knotty Law of Return WASHINGTON (JTA' — The Ij-inate passed this week a war %  claims t~i 11 including an amendment 11 i Sen. Jacob K. Javits. New York %  Republican, to provide compensation payments to German Jews. Iiiow naturalized Americans. The basic legislation pertained to %  the sale of General Aniline & Film h" German property vested by [the l'nited States during World War II. and disposition of the proIceeds The Javits amendment would provide payment to certain [naturalized American citizens who [during World War II were German I nationals. An amendment offered by Seen. Kenneth B. Keating. New York Continued on Page 3-A Talbot told Rep. Halpern: "The Department is in a position to assure you categorically that the arms competition and military situation in the Near East remain under closest scrutiny and constant review at all times in the Executive branch. Israel's security is a matter of deepest continuing concern, and receives the most careful attention in the Department of State." "While Israel has in fact obtained certain of its military requirements from France." said Mr. Talbot. "acquisitions from that source Continued on Page 2-A JERUSALEM —(JTA)— A threejudge Supreme Court tribunal reserved decision this week on the application for asylum in Israel of Peter Licberman. 42. of Detroit, sought by United States authorities I for alleged passport fraud. The judges ordered Israeli officials to t suspend proceedings against Lieberman until Friday. Licberman, who is hiding in Is1 rael. where he is being sought by Israeli police for illegal entry, was represented by counsel in an exparte hearing The attorney. Flic/. .1 Pugatch, asked the court to call on the Interior Ministry to show cause why Lieberman should not. as a Jew. be granted a settler's visa under the Law of the Return The attorney asked that in the interim. Lieberman should not be deported. The judges issued a temporary stay to enable counsel to submit further depositions. Among the Continued on Page 9-A GRENOBLE. France — (JTAi — The influx of over 100.000 Algerian Jews into this country has posed the most grave problems of care > relief and survival faced by French Jewry in modern times, the Jewish community of this country was warned here The warning came at the conclusion of a two-day conference in this city summoned bj Fonds SocI ial Juif I'nifie. the major French Jewish welfare organization, called specifically for the purpose of evaluating the problem, analyzing its implications and planning for concrete actions on the part of the Jews of France More than 30 French Jewish local and provincial organizations Continued on Page 7-A Anti-Semitic Outfit in Brawl As 30 Mongers are Arrested AT GRADUATION EXERCISES Israel Chief of Staff Warns Syria of New Aggression TEL AVIV — 1 JTA 1 — Brig. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin-. Israel's Deputy Chief of Staff, issued a blunt warning to Syria this week that Israel would not tolerate indefinitely Syrian attacks on Israeli field workers and fishermen in the Lake Tiberias area. Gen. Rabin made his statement after a series of three Syrian attacks on field workers in the south western region Of the lake. Only alter heavy fire was returned did the Syrians end their shooting After an early morning attack on II: %  on. the Syrians fired twice at tractors working in Haon fields Heavy return fire silenced the Syr ian gunners after a half hour on than 85 of them were arrested in each occasion ,.000 members of the ultra-nation^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^.^ ..list group went to a cemetery to |n ,, 5 ()f „ u voulns pay homage to a 19th century BUENOS AIRES — (JTA) — Thirty members of the Tacuara organization, which has been charged with a key role in the recent upsurge of anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina, were held here after mass arrests which followed a demonstration in downtown Buenos Aires. The disturbances U^gan when I SEN. JACOBS JAVITS payments to citizens |i ider. The demonstration was unauthorized and police ordered them to disperse. The youths re -ponded by tossing stones at the police and later making a run through downtown streets during which they scrawled swastikas and anti-Jewish slogans on walls. More A charge that an anti-Semitic organization comprising immigrants "affiliated and controlled by the Argentine Tacuara" movement exists in Johannesburg, So. Africa, was made this week by a former police detective, Aubrey Continued on Pa.-je 11-A Gen. Rabin issued his warning at graduation exercises of a group of cadets. He said: "Israel will not agree to the border area becoming a scapegoat for Syrian army revolutionary energy. Israel strives for peace and quiet on the Syrian border while safeguarding its right to develop this fertile irrigated area. If the necessity arises, the Israel army will be able to ensure this right in the future as it did in the past." It was reported from Damascus 1h.1t S\ri;i had called on the Arab states to meet to discuss "the Palestine issue" in isolation trom recent Arab differences. Syrian Foreign Minister Jamel Aldin Farra. in a note to al! Arab capitals, called for adoption of "decisive measures' to meet "dangers threatened by Israel Gen Rabin told the cadets that they had graduated in a new era of Israel security. He de this as the need to face a threat on two fronts He said K:;ypt was building its military power in both quantity and quality with the Continued on Page 5-A



PAGE 1

. *—***_~#w:.-5e ,x* i! *fcsr r~ca %  •: sr Jewish NatioaaJ Fund tr r-pM mi i— -* r^rraMv •!#! 'LU _rir : -i-: ?CCM >J*SHN£ u^tsr* %  = -_>tc Os^ *!• X .0*5 SSwRASCE-i M* 4| %  j"


PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1962 Jen i§t fhridinir Fage 3-A HOWARD KAPLAN Howard Kaplan Is Guest Speaker Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. • 6426 SW 12th st was %  u i peaker during services last Frieninj at Beth Emeth Con%  n .. sophomon Howard is at|. %  %  .. the University ol Chicago ir-yeai s holarship He is k %  his dormittory 11. %  i • r graduate of Rabbi Sim[ %  •.::.Hebrt U school, Howard c s( holarship and a from tluBureau of Jewlion in an essaj contesl i chter, ai • %  ii is! !.< is assistncerl tin L'nivt r; hicaj S ny < >rchesienate Confirms kbba Schwartz %  .'. VSHINGT IN ."!' \ %  — Abba s t l> %  rti • • >unsi I for "hi' Nations Inn %  Ref• confirmed -• %  at< t hi week ;>~ chiel -• ti Di partn • m Bureau Consular Affairs. Schwartz is thi first a Imimsnor ol hi iireau to have S< n ioi Thi %  •' %  < hanged to provide i onfirn al n at thi • Rep. Frances E. Walter, n Pennsylvania Democrat who is House Committet Vctivil ies, and ac it in s] i nsoring immigration legRei Walli r has Indlcat : appointrru nt. ienate Bill Eyes Compensation Continued from Page 1-A |epublican, also adopted, authorid payments in the amount of Bod.iKK) out of funds owned by perpns who were persecuted by the Pa/i> and who died without heirs, br benefit of needy and surviving firmer persecuted persons who arc ow in the United States Thi> is so-called heirles> property lendment. FREE ISRAEL BOOK 45 PICTURES AND MAP OF ISRAEL WITH PURCHASE CF YUBAN THE S1MCHA COFFEE L~ YOUR LCCAL S'CRE cr Ei frcn Ins'ant :' o d tin e'cd ; rc— c, f • Vjtan •' %  /out i-"i £ r c adend *o JEWISH FLORIDIAN P.O. Box 2973 Main Post Office Miami 1, Fla. Lodge Protests Against Soviet Anti-Semitism UNITED NATIONS (JTAj — Two separate protests against Sovie Government actions with regard ti Jews were filed here recently One was a New York State legis lative resolution, demanding tha: the United States delegation pros action in the United Nations Con' mission on Human Rights over S viet violation of the human rightof the 3,000.000 Jews in the USSR. The other was a letter to Acting Secretary General U Thant. from the League for the Rights of Man. protesting against the death sen i fences imposed by Soviet courts on Jews allegedly guilty of "economic crimes.'' The New York Legislature's resolution was presented to Mrs. Mar I letta Tree, the American deleg.iio | on the Human Rights Commission. by Assemblyman Bartley Kassel. a | Democrat of New York. The rcso-1 lotion charged that the "basic hu man rights of the Jews" in the USSR 'are being interfered with to an extent reminiscent of the era in Germany in the early 1930V demanded "direct accountability by the Russian Government b Brigitte Joining Liz Taylor? PARIS fJTAl A Paris daily reported this week that Brigitte B.irdot. the French actress, plans to convert to Judaism The daily. Aurore, said that the actress planned to get a divorce .. Jacques (harrier and to marry Sam Prey, a Jewish actor She wants to tollow the example of the late Marilyn Monn e an I Elizabeth Taylor to prove her love to Frey but the rabbinical authorities in Paris an dubious about the prospi ctive convert, However, the daily said, she ha not given up her plan-, and was studying Jewish religious lore with surprising diligence ihe United Nation.and to all the :< %  ( peoples of ihe world." Mr. Kassel, who visited the Soviet union last winter, said that he had found "evident" disruption of Jewish communal life in the Soviet Union and efforts to repress the rights of the Russian Jews to freedom of religious practice cultural privilege. I Asserting that she shared "deeply'" the concern for Russian Jewry expressed in the Legislature's resolution. Mrs Tree said she would p;.ss the document on to the State Department. She pointed out that the Human RightCommission is not empowered, under the UN Charter, to investigate complaints made by individuals or groups, not1 ing that the State Department is I responsible for determining U.S. | policy here in regard to %  "vital matters of this character." The letter from the League for • tne Rights oi Man. signed by the 'organization's chairman. Roger N. Baldwin, noted that the Soviet Union ha 1 imposed death sentences on citizens convicted of relatively .•iiyht offenses. A majority of those recently sentenced to execution in Russia for "economic crimes" are believed to be Jews. The Baldwin letter pointed out that reports from the Soviet Union have indicated that seven "economic criminals" have been executed and at least 17 others have been sentenced to die. Of the 24 condemned, reports have indicated, at least 16 are Jews. Of •hose alrady executed, five are known to be Jews. We Take This Opportunity To Wish A!! Our Friends and Customers a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year ABE CHIEL We Carry a Full Selection of PRIME MEATS and POULTRY Please Place Your Orders for the HIGH HOLIDAYS To Avoid the Big Rush. WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF GREATER MIAMI end Ship to All Parts of Florida QUALITY KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET ABE CHIEL and BERNARJ KAPLAN. Proprietors 1819 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-5001 -. / ;f ; 1*. r\ '*' • u / INSURED SAVINGS • LOW COST HOME LOANS Current Dividend Rote on Sovings PAID AND COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Your doctor is a specialist... and so is Dade Federal To be a doctor requires years of very specialized training, followed by constant research and study to keep up with the new drugs, new methods of diagnosis, new surgical techniques and other changes in the medical field. In order to give you the best possible medical and surgical care, your doctor must indeed be a specialist. The folks at Dade Federal are specialists too-In savings and home financing. Like the doctor, they have devoted years of study to their chosen field. Their specialized knowledge enables them to give you the best possible advice on your savings program and home financing needs. 'One of fhe Nation's Oldest and Largest Bade Federal i/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI rTErU M. UPTON, President 6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY" Main 0le A'apattah Branch North Miami B-mch 101 E. Flafller St. "~cc N.W. set* St. 12370 N.W. 7th Ave, Tamlaml B-a-ch Ec aon Center B--cri 19C1 S.W. 8tf, St. ££OC N.W. 7th Aye. OL^ (: -EC 190 V.'LL'C". • RS :"*



PAGE 1

Pcge 4-A -JewlstiflcrMtor Friday. September 21, 1962 "Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FF.ED K. SHOCHET Editor end Publisher LEO MINDLIN...: Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Published venFriday atio* \9T7 by The Jewish FlorldUa at 110 N E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida. Second-Claas Potae Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jew.sh Telegrapni Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. or English. Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. T!•.• Jewish Floridian does not ruarante* th< K.-.shruih I :! %  .. m. I In lu columns SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year *5 00 Three Years 1"C OC Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number Friday, September 21, 1962 22 Elul 5722 Law of Return: A Pandora's Box As we predicted in these columns, the Soblen case has opened up a Pandora's box with respect to Israels law of return. The Supreme Court this week ruled against Mervyn Gold, of Cleveland. O charged by the United States with fraudulent h%  -:..:.-.'. tr discretions. Despite Amer-.can eHoits to prevent his flight Gold came to Israel a month ago. and is seeking asylum there under the previsions of the law of return. Barely was the ink dry on the court s decision to reexamine the entire Gold affair on the basis of the tact that one member of Israel's highest tribunal had registered a dissenting opinion, then the case of Peter Lieberman. of Detroit Mich, came to the fore. Lieberman is in hiding somewhere in Israel. He is being sought by U.S authorities for alleged passport fraud. His attorneys are seeking to assure that Lieberman wont be deported, if found by Israeli police, before the court receives further depositions. As we indicated here previously, there is c substantial difference between these cases and that oi the late Dr. Robert Soblen: The communist atom spy had been tried and convicted both Gold and Lieberman are thus far enly charged. • • ACCESS TO THE COURTS The Soblen aHair stirred up a naucnal hsa LB Israel when Prime Minister Ben-Gurion set the seal oi doom on the psychiatrists search for sanctuary there by cssertir.g that the law of return is not meant to harbor criminals rut in fact neither Lieberrr.ctr. nor Gold .s a convicted exfanina) Can the Supreme Ccurt :ule agcir.st •hem simply because another rtar.cn has accused each at criminal actiOD? Ir. the case ct Gold the court seems inned 10 apply Ser.-Gur-.cn s brand ct reasoning, despite the tlharp distincooa between bit jaj status ana that c: the late sry s Unaer these .u-cunt stances 9 seems the h:ch tribunal w.ll similarly be inclined to rule ccair.st l_ie'r> ennon when bit case anally ascends fan the Ic-.ver 00 arts. Far Israel to react ccnsistently he: people shcula shew ever, greater a.s-r.;.::.a'..cr. tc deport either Gcla c: Lieberman than they aid in the case ct Scbler. 1: is predictable that this will not be so since what most Israelis say they objected tc last time cut was no: Scbler. s clepvortaiicr. hut the ccvernmer.ts raulure re permit him access :c the courts. Nevertheless the law c: return, simple ana noble thouah I ma* be in its inter.: is now LAM w walls cometvrribiinQ, down the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN COR A last look at the sub. %  ject discussed here d ur daring the wee* *,**-* church and state is both a noble and necessary one to the freedom of a comp in which many relij liefs exist outside faith such as Christi our own nation. At | the past, separation has tended to define the rights i f the minority and to protect thnot by tolerating them, but by assuring a governmental dis in religious matters This sort of disinterest no longer -. the American condition is -uch that it.people have • %  more %  decades become increasingly pnrtial with respect IOUS identification. scussed some of lh reasons for the change hen the decline of rugged individualism as a way of life. ad\„ ernmental participation in the social and economic destin; private citizen, and the unhappy progress abroad of what called Godless iommuni>m. Whatever tot reason: are incontrovertible: while disinterest never in reality m< ml lack of interest, but rather a beneficent impartiality, today's spell the very opposite — a society in which religion haing amount of purpose. If minority groups, a-.d Jews among them. ir. the pa-enough motivation to identify staunchly with separation and state as a constitutional principle, they setnungly better ones today. For, where the mass shows a sudden ai awakening I ward powerful affiliation with >hould stand counted in the matter of belief in God. Those who will % %  -. it by emphasizing the excessive violations of the separati-our school system for example, forget that such violat; even in the nineteenth and early twentieth century heydav governmental disinterest. This does not mean that I accept at face value the -.rripie" religious impulsts of the zealous among us. who have b peated defendants in the countless religion cases before the courts of the land today. But I do suggest, as I did last week I strict separation of church and state is no longer the absoluiminority group guarantee of religious freedom it was once held I Or. if this is not true entirely, there is at least good an tffirieat justification in the changed condiUon of contemporary secietv to indi cate that a reexamination of the old position might tx profitably undertaken. For the fact is that a significant amount oi evidence has already been amassed indicating otherwise: An inflexible interpr 'jtion of the separatist principle in our own time may very wei; tinaMj defeat the more basic and important aim of protecting aI prestrring minority religious rights The reasoning here is simple: Inflexibility will increasingly tend to take us out oi the main^-ream of America's uncomfortable readjustments to her new roie tn the modern world. THl MIMIAM tVUHSltlki AHONt OS kJRS. MIRIAM RUBINSTEIN is a housewife and BMther .ving in %  Long Island. N Y Some four weeks ago. she "made' fr ml pap copy with her plea to enjoin the schools from permitting -rents to sing the fourth stanza oi the Star Spangled Banner I • • of tl phrases in this stanza of our national anthem reads: "For .:. God is our trust.'' 1 f;nd absolutely m thing wrong with singing tht St Banner."' in classroom or out. fourth star.za or any other If s"^ porters of Mrs Rubinstein's v:ew consider such an ebaerval to 6* naive "flag waving let them make the most of it — Jmaking the most of them I have known many Miriam Rubinsteins during thThe religion cases before the courts are riddled with steins — predominantly if : entire!) as linglsH8. thev voted in a bloc for Henry Wallace — not t*^i had been a fine lice President under Franklin D ***** but becaese, tlsej said then *a> "no choice betwi Truman and Thomas E Ptw t y M> own view then aas and It remaina todaj for Wallace because Mr T: leant the Marshall P'.^i mmunist containm< %  %  • rmerf TMt srtar JIWIJH voicts on OHI issut AGAIN IN 1960, tbej between K K-.vhard Nix,Air, 1963 ar.d li5^. Ban] of II Dwight Eisenl but becauM I was out "to confuse the .-Another thins cbaractenaiBi them all: they are sudden • tbeir pobucs 1 still saj nothing, it speaks for ..sm offendme t> '.r< ,>rt It is the kind oi Jedaisn I r t> word nor acti\< ation on their parr patina anportu .nating far more deed inej ait asjgneved parents, let them spe^ rs When th< Miriam HiibmsUil among as :h* >.-.u its .-raiting the i .on their childrea at home and temple they may mean instructs % % % %  --' %  ttt> MM mean r 1 aby new tired of all the great voices v aftavs that are • -a: or. I — ar.d I ird etaversfiac n<-.th,r :n the tyeacacec ror %  ttw arei If. aa i M our identification • -.. -SnouM this S inu^ • years, a Rub;nm Strrce leeid Bui tb*



PAGE 1

Friday, September 21, 1962 A Bit Of Frost Flavor By MA* LERNER _._ Robert Frost has come back from his journey to Gagra, on the ik> ... where N':k.j Khrushchev came to his bedside and they talked : Ami rica and Russia. Frost is one of our authentic "representative d gives a characteristic flavor to every sentence. His report ol th< • (change be • fen ihc two men is worth more pondering than the wh t raft of Khrushchev interviews that have floated over the Atlai Fr< -: called h .--. !f a "tramp poet." bu' an his principle that poetry power are r LJ id he is recognizably making some forays into the ilm oJ power, vhere he is far less at home than with poetry. He Khrushchev iriously a "mighty monarch" and a "ruffian." But lh anti-Khi ishchev society rejoice prematurely at the latter Fr si after sleeping on it thai il was scarcely diplomatic %  ; %  • about • iho had sat bj his bedside and "modified" il to "n h and rea-Jj Bui I like his first term, ruffian," especiall) • '• rreanl liallj and said it almost with affection. II i Is mus liplomats in censoring their language, which 51c rcute out ol their inconscious, then what's %  1 us* ha\ Il ;.i,!i %  ;:i!k politics" Tht ipecfae'e ar an 38 year-young man taking a jaunt to the Soviet me %  %  : ii Old men have been advisers of heads ol • %  il ie past, > have been court jesters and story tellers, they amba -> lors, the) have been singers of songs. But it is rareij history •I'.at an old man has combined something of each of e i es as Fr ISI has. Khrushchev said it Frost that he has "the soul of a poet." but un furtunatelj they talked only politics, with little about poetry. Frost's crucial eaa were roughly tour. First, that Russia and America are the two great realities in the world, and that little else counts. Second, th: • rivalry' between ihem is good for both and the world, and that pro&ress-out-of-conflici is the law of God. Third, that the two nations express tv i lifferent kinds of democracy: that the Russians are "humanizing down" to democracy, and "easing down" to socialism while wi are "straining up to it." Fourth, that the rivalry between the two powers must be carried on with "magnanimity," by which Frost meant with "chivalry and in a noble manner." Thij. are all i leas with a Frost flavor, as I can testify from having known him 5 tmewhat over a number of years. He means them as a poet should mean hi; political ideas -in a large, generous way. vaulting over .he generation! ahead, without too much precision of concept, and with a concern Or the long future rather than the day-to-day. • But we who *r* not poets or power men must live in the here and now. anil we have learned truthfully how the Communists have been able to use the generously meant notions of some of our best spirits. I For example, Fr>-t's idea that only Russia and America count, and his insisUnce on dismissing other countries, does not help free-world survival much at this particular time. The Russians like the idea of a Russian-American dous vivendi, with the other nations counted out Fir the 'other nations" are chiefly the European ones, like Britain. Germany, and Prance, which are today shaping an economic and political unity in Europe that is the great phenomenon of the i 1960s. Tbe Russians cannot hope to have them on their side, but the) hope to split them from an Atlantic partnership. Or take the notion that there is not really much of a gap in freedom and democracy between the free world and the Communist world— that tht Russians are "leveling down" while we are "leveling up" to democracy and socialism. If I were Khrushchev I would rejoice at such ai pinion, and I should even forgive its holder for calling me a "ruffian. For in the war of idea.' between the two systems the most radical weapon the free world has on its side is the idea of freedom! and di ;r.. shaping of individual life by the individual personality. When that i> leveled" out of existence, a sharp weapon is lost in the very rivalry which Frost regards as a law of God. But the saddest fact is that while Frost was talking of magnanimity, chivalry ;,nd the noble manner. Khrushchev was talking out of a Communist ethos which scorns all three, and regards them as survivals from a ; re-capitalist age of Feudalism. The payoff came in a remark Ol hi,. nich Frist failed to quote in his Moscow interview but did qui tt on his return to Idlewild. "Khrushchev said he feared for us modern liberals. He said we were too liberal to fight." This was what the interview really came down to. Khrushchev told this de\ :ee of poetry and power that American capitalist democracy had bred the corrupt flower of modern liberalism, which Communists scorn far more thin they do reactionary militarism and racist fascism. This is what he is counting on during the years ahead. It is the same paralysif of will which Josef Schumpeter noted as part of the disease of democratic intellectualism. It is the gap which separates a leadership ai d people who have a conscience and a sense of guilt from those who have neither. Robert Frost, I am certain, does not go with this tender-mindedness ol as modem liberals If he did he would be far less of the poel than he is. And the iron in the Frosts of our time, as well as the poetr) in -hem. may be what will save the free world. -Jewlsti Flvrlciiar) Page 5-A Emigrate to Israel, B G Tells Danes Israel's Chief of Staff Warns Syria Against New Aggression Con-inued frim Page 1-A I new weapons while "on the northen ordi r ire hear too frequently the guns .if the Syrians." A Foeign Ministry spokesm.-.n said the Israel Government took the "gravest view" of the renewed attacks and that it intended raise the issue at the United Nations It was disclosed that the Syriam had been firina almost daily at workers in the demilitarized tone for the past two weeks. Michael S. Comay. chairman of 1 the Israel delegation to the United Nations, this week discussed with ranking members of the IN Secrej tarial the serious situation on the Syrian border and asked that the IN react in the strongest possible manner by making representations on this issue to Syria on the high j est possible level COPENHAGEN < JTA) Jewish leaders in Denmark took strong and public issue this week with an address by visiting Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion in which he urged Scandinavian Jewish youth to go to Israel cither for settlement or at least for study because he was concerned about the future of Jews in countries "where assimilation is so ; marked." The Prime Minister made his ap peal to a group of such youth here u and the responses came quickly! | f*" 8 a P tlC,an mus| Otto Levysohn. chairman of trie from the Prime Minister's views. "We Danish Jews," he said, "could never want a happier place to live it might be necessary that yewish^c^m^ity^f O^nhagen:! "B^tt* SSL* ""Wet" said he was dissociating himself n ^he 'rime Mm.ster replied the next day that he had simply expressed "my personal views." He made the comment when he Was than Denmark We have no inferQestioncc I about Rabbi Melchoir's iority complex, but rather feel ourgS !" b k e sayin ? ,ha < he be : lieved that every Jew can find complete satisfaction in Israel." and that "anyway, I expressed in this matter my personal views "We Danish Jews," the Chief Rabbi stressed, "don'l usually air cur patriotism. Why on earth should we shout hurrah' more loudly than all other Danes? But we lake an opportunity like this to state thai no one, however big he may be, or from wherever he may come, has the right or is able to change even one jot of what for 150 i years has been the status of Dan1 ish Jews under which there has been established a relationship in! Denmark of which we are all just j as happy on the Christian side as on the Jewish side." "There is one thing in particular which I want to point out," the Chief Rabbi added in his press statement. "If Premier Ben-Gurion really claimed that in order to be a Jew every minute of one's life, one has to live in Israel, then according to my selves a proper part of the Danish people. We are first Danish and then Jewish, and this has never involved us in any conflicts." Chief Rabbi Phil Marchus Melchoir also rejected Mr Ben-Gurior.'s appeal. In a statement given wide publicity in the Copenhagen rewsoapers, the Chief Rabbi sad: "Irrespective of the fact that *he concept of Mr. Ben-Gurion on the question is well known for its radicalism, it is still possible th-;t the quotation of his remarks has to some degree been misunderstood insofar as it deals with half sentences which were taken from their context. "On the other hand." the Chief j Rabbi continued, "it is unquestionable that the way in which the] problem has been touched on has I at the same time affected the essential interests of Danish Jews.' What from the standpoint primary and vital. When a man of Mr. Ben-Guricn's status goes into this. | view, two questions arise The first is whether to be a Jew eve'y minute is of imperative necessity, and whether Jewishness and being a general human being did not equate each other so completely that one at the same time could be Jewish and a human being in other places than in the few square kilometers which form the territory of Israel." The Chief Rabbi was asked by Israeli journalists accompanying 'lie Prime Minister why he hai chosen to argue with Mr. Ben-Gurion in the non-Jewish press. He replied that the Prime Minister's address was "understood here as an appeal to all Danish Jew leave Denmark and emigrate I rael I was afraid about possible disquiet for Jews as a result, and i: v. is my duty to answer." The Prime Minister visite I the openhagen -> nagogui — received by the coi and Chief Rabbi Melchoir with > special prayer for peace in I In a short address, the Chief Rabbi -tressed what Danish Jews had done for Israel. In his reply, the Prime Minister reiterated he hoped that Danish Jews would remain faithful to Judaism, "even if their situation here is as good as it is Ben-Gurion's visit to Iceland, the last stop on his Scandinavian tour, produced assurances that Iceland would again vote at the United Nations for direct peace talks between the Arab States and Israel. While no official statements were issued to that effect, the certainty of such support emerged from the cordiality of the talks. FOR THE FINEST HOURS... 1= VsfW-';^ joy-crowded day at the resort, a ST 1 ~" Jf^Al M& sumptuous dinner, a night of star studded entertainment-all ara brought to perfection with Seagram's V. O., K the whisky expressly made for the finest hours of life. Its bright color and clarity, its rare flavor and aroma are cherished by mayvinim all over the world „ IIJJ.^ MSLOTO* -the unmistakable excellence of r/vM// Canadian whisky at its finest. "^^_ J IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKY AT ITS FINEST! ImpoMta in In bitt't Iron :i-idi, Seii'vr'i v. 0. CtnMlm WIMIJ-I blind M lliicltd tWlUW, Hi yein oM 66.S p-oot • Utvrr. D it left Compw, X. 1. 4.



PAGE 1

: 1 + \tutfkiHi}r Friday Sep! Medical Center Due for Negev With Miami Aid Th i • $200. • r: : l • • %  for E V %  R. : K S xer guest of I Rabbi Krci i.ggti-ta 'ht Site. arer meet'-c > -f *p o'*icil* of HiiUdrut and th* State oi Israel during Sii vitit earlier •i T>o-.'h Mm %  United Nations Resumes Sessions • %  %  %  %  -v.. The new Mr %  %  tor .-.•-.j pracl %  • :. .: J. Z S*= -v z-tfO*ri> s--f rae H Mrw* C&TVT -tee e 1 G r e**eM a — prMastod • *Se •* %  >;— J P r.-cne— — e-v ?: and Mn loaeph E ;~:~ Meri 3 ax< xxrd an H V. .*. TOTl I ?: '-' %  7: Bui i r as .:-f:-.ve sr, ay the r.r'* Hodcsaoh Hospital %  here be is knd to -re: r :-..f^ :: staS os ::.e new rardioloay and radiology equipment -: • :^..e^_ ber ^ the H.s?aS r ." nt:.' >f [MW "ee a-c ciair — J-I ;• Mat _efcedec*er E-ar.ch • c *-ino extenoed o-ee* ~>?i Continued from Paae 1-A 1 The Arab refugee issue— cer-ered abouf the fact that th.s year s Assembly must decide on wha' to do further in connection .. •t e i ietivit es for 'he Arab -. ? ee< a c*d s.nce ItSO by 'he Ur eo Nai -"s MIW and Works Agency for Pa.estme Refugees. JNRVSAs current -nandate ex pires next June 30 and th.s year s Assembly is the last to face that deacbne. : "' %  I • %  : • %  %  %  • the *i %  led thai %  %  Dr Johns I s this as i % %  i %  %  I. A resolu! %  to %  S Sud • Force. The Soviet bloc and several other countries have refused to pay their UNEF assessments. The International Court of Justice, UN organ, has rendered an advisory opinion, holdirg that all members* &f ** pay special esseesments like those levied for the UN peace machinery embodied in UNEF and in the UN Force in •he Congo s&sembly % %  i Irafl res %  • f and %  : mce • • %  %  I imic and • -. ..r.t.rts of th rid. I of ;n the nexi the I UNVEILING MEMORIAL SERVICE ^HIQIEV E 0N -L_ MT. NEB: :EMETERY on StnSo. 5 il 23 H2 %  t 1:001 : r La t n T%e > •• • I ... i • Individual Memorial Services STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK 10 A.M. to 12 NOON Sunday, September 23rd Sunday : October 7th Rabbi Murray A. As*;-. : 30 •'. Lifted A-r"-*•*— eOnceT nj *'e :* HM srsft :fwvanc -c the w-"e; Nations Emerge w ci : f r-r -r Temple Memorial Services STAR OF DAVID MEMORIAL PARK Sunday, October 7th FOfl THE FOUOVi NTCONiG^EC--" T\5 TEMPLE JUD£A Rabbi MorsJecai Pode* 10 A M TEMPLE IK>N Rabbi Arfreert J2, RETH DJN OffHCE AB at TI0M H STEtN •ft* *.;l.. 0 *„ Miem tract •IftM j| |^ 1$c Community Memorial Services %  : r GREATER MIAMI JEWISH CEMETERY ASSOCIATION : : XJS %  -. '--'%  '• :-"••."-• RELIGIOUS SERVICES Will BE HEiD i' THi Jewish Section of Woodlawn Park Cemetery 3260 S W 8th STREET SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd. 1962 11 00 A M Robbi Solomon ScJiiff Rabbi Moi Snapr: Rabbi Norman Shapiro and Rabbi Tibor H. Swn L : : z : -~z Cantor Wil/io mW. Lipion ana" Cantor kiounct Momcdn ALSO Mt Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery 1125 NW 137th STREE" SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd 1962 2 00 P M. TH c SV '• • Rabbi Solomon Scfcirf Robbi Mai Sbup'n* Rabbi Joseph f. locitorsJry tobbi to*l I*** .'. .) DfflC A'E lev. Abrabcm Stri .'. -. CMAJST TME ^ W8G^ 5 1 -'S *\0 A JBil PRAYB ICS KWNi S.t RJ S6ATS A\o A TBfl ••• -f r: THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CODiAiLY :NVITE0 Mama % 



PAGE 1

Friday, September 21, 1962 Anftfafk nrridfictr Paae 7-A j Jewish Communities in France Eye Refugee Aide Lt. Col. Peieg lamir, hero of Israel's war of liberation, will I be guest speaker at Torah ?mple during High Holiday leervices, it was announced |iy Dr. Abraham Cassel. spir:ual leader of the synaIcogue. Col. Tamir will ad[dress the congregation on the Uecond day of Rosh Hashona, |Sunday, Sept. 30. iiamian Wins insurance Honor Harry B. Schorr, of Miami, unit hpervisor with the sun Life Assurnt < Co., of Canada, won a Charged Life Underwriter designation national conferment exercises of B< American College of Life L'nrrwriters in Chicago this week. [The C L. U. designation proim. established to meet the prossional education needs of the len and women who provide life %  urance service to the public, reHires three to four years of study classes in a college or univorly. Locally, classes are taught the University of Miami. Continued from Page 1-A and institutions were represented at the parley by 160 delegates. This was the first all-France meeting of the kind in modern *imes, and was considered vie'ence of the deep impact made upon the Jewish community in this country by the mass immigration from Algeria. A picture of what has already been done, and proposals for further speedy action by the French Jewish community, were detailed by E. Kaufmann. the FS.IU's special representative for North African Affairs. While the general, heavy Algerian immigration to France increased the overall French population by one percent, he said. (he Jewish population in this county has swelled by 14 percent as a result of the arrivals from Algeria Since the North African migration started," he told the delegates, "first aa trickle, then as a tidal wave, the FS.IU has set up local committees and liaison offices to deal with the problems at the ports and at the airports where the refugees came." He reported that the arrivals numbered over 100.000 in the last year Other refugees, he reported, have settled in other French cities and provincial centers "where virtually no Jewish communities existed previously." Among the prime problems has been the provision of care and facilitites for hundreds of Jewish children who Beth Sholom Art Exhibit First in a series of art exhibits sponsored by the Beth Sholom Art Council will open on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. Woodcuts, prints and paintings by the New York artist. Irwin Rosenhouse. will be featured. To the Jewish Community at Large ; cr those desirous of offering pra\er en the graves of their dearly departed do'ing the Penitential Season LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W. 25th STREET at 103rd AVENUE extends a cordial invitation to attend the Public Memorial Services to be held en SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962 AT 1.30 P.M. Fcr Information or Directions Telephone TU 5-1689 arrived in this country without their parents. City-by-city reports given by the delegates showed how the Algerian situation has affected the French Jewish scene A delegate from Marseilles reported that on I some of the ships that arrived at Marseilles, up to 20 percent of the refugees were Jews. The Jewish community, he said, had to do what it could for the Jewish refugees, finding it most urgent to help especially those who were in dire need. A delegate from Strassnourg pi.inted a similar picture of need and urgency. Some of the Jewish refugees from Algeria, he said. were from districts in the Sahara who found it particularly difficult to adjust to a new life. At leas) Top Accountants At N.Y. Luncheon Leaders of the accounting profession from Greater Miami will participate in a luncheon in New York City honoring the Israel delegation to the eighth International' Congress of Accountants. The luncheon will be given by the National Accountants Committee of the American Friends of the Hebrew University on Tuesday in the Waldorf Astoria. Jack S. I'opick. chairman of the Southeastern Division of the American Friends, announced here that the National Accountants Committee is currently conducting an assistance program by which leader.-, of the accounting profession 1 throughout the United States are providing both counsel and support 'o the Institute of Accountancy and the Department of Business Administration of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Local members of the National Accountants Committee are Albert J. Beer, Barney Bernstein and Joseph A. Post, of Miami; Sidney Wasserman, of Miami Beach; Howard N. Miller, Coral Gables; and Milton Sadoff, Hollywood. Prof. Marcus Nadler. professor ^f finance at New York University, A ill address the luncheon. A special survey of professional education or accountancy in Israel by Prof. Theodore Lang, professor of accounting at the Graduate School 'I Business Administration ot New York University, formed the basis tor the committee's program. Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTO\ E FLOWER SHOPS K cf the oldest in Greater Miami Just Phone g ycu 24 hours ... 7 days UNion 6-1233 Listen to Radio Station WKAT. 1360 on your d'al, every Sunday at 7:35 P.M., to the comments of the tONORASlE JUDGE MALVIN ENGLANDER, VICE MAYOR OF MIAMI BEACH YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED W can answer your phone in your own name. Less than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 Schwartz Agency Elected to Unit The Gerald Schwartz Agency, Miami Beach public relations firm, has been elected the Florida member of Public Relations Management Corporation, an international organization of major public relations firms All members of PRMC" are connected by a 24-hour teletype system Schwartz, head of the local agency, recently resigned as South %  ast regional director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University. BETH SHOLOM NURSERY SCHOOL 4144 Chase Ave., Miami Bench %  %  HAS ROOM FOR A FEW MORE CHILDREN AGES: 3 to 5 HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon BUS SERV.CE Call JE 8-7231 for Dtfrili 'ponspo ^Stf qpp W Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky Phone JE V3595 &f 45 MICHIGAN AVE., VAMI BEACH 2(K1 were children separated from their parents. These were taken in by Jewish families in Strassbourg, and are now enrolled in special classes, bcinp prepared lor regular schooling In some instance.', the surge of Jewish refugees from Algeria into very small Jewish communities in France served, paradoxically, to inject fre-h life and new vitality to those isolated communities. But, as a whole, the "situation is most serious." the delegates were told by J. Samuel, director of the PSJU. Mr. Samuel chidcri some of the French Jews who. he stated, did not ri-e to the situation. "Although KiO.OOO Algerian Jewish refugees arrived here.' he declared, "less than 10.000 French Jews found sufficient generosity and solidarity to reall) < i <:. their hearts." 'We need concrete plans," he asserted, "we need solid measures to settle the tens of thousands of Algerian Jewish refugees who need our help despite Government assistance Much remains to be done. Many still live in particularly tragic and difficult conditions." The main problems needing immediate action, he said, concern "first, the aged, on whose behalf a special responsibility falls upon the entire Jewish community; secondly, the children who have been separated from their families; tbir.i, concrete, long-term planning for the integration of the Jewish refugeeinto the Jewish community : fourth, housing 5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI Invites you f attend Special Memorial Services i < >iitlitc(eil by RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO Eeth David Sunday, September 23, 12:00 Noon RABBI JOSEPH NAROT Temple Israel Sunday, September 23, 2:00 p.m. RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD rlagler-Granada Congregation Sunday, September 23, 2:30 p.m. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Congregation Beth Kodesh Sunday, September 23, 4:00 p.m. RABBI SAMUEL APRIL Coral Way Jewish Center Sunday, October 7, 10:30 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN Temple Emanu-EI Dedication Sunday, October 7, 11 a.m. DR. IRVING LEHRMAN %  f ern p| e Emanu-EI Congregation Sunday, October 7, 11:30 a.m. RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah Sunday, October 7, 12:30 p.m. RABBI MORDECAI PODET Temple Judea Sunday, October 7, 1:30 p.m. BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT NON-SECTJRIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY UndOf 8Tl .-: s. if-. I 01 tht Orthodox Vaad Hakashn.th of Florida Isaac H. Ever. D rector 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS VODlf. [QUIP VIST I fUPNISH'.NGS flKlf-ROOf BUILDING 310 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Peach



PAGE 1

Pace 5-A JemUt noridtor Friday. Bttptanbw : JFK Aide Outlines Plan for Peace Continued from Pao* lA the area maintain their independence from Soviet aggressive design. This requires an adequate and readily available United States deterrent to military aggression from outside the region. i "2. We must support the use of the instruments and ingenuity ear record of service. He said: "Not only Israel, but the entire free world benefits from such projects as the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center Its influence, its training of students from many countries, its research cf-, lorts. all make immensely valuable contributions to peace, understanding, and human welfare Your programs of child rescue work, vocational training, land reclamation' are equally valuable. They till urgent needs that can, in most instances, best be met by voluntary efforts such as yours. Democracies such as Israel and the United States must depend upon private assistance." Ambassador Harman. in his addre8 s declared that 'free men throughout the world will recognize (be terms in which Israel formulates international policy m U dynamic decade." That policy can be summarized in three major propositions, he said "First, to pro mote the welfare of our citizens and the strength oi our nation bj continuous educational, technological and economic progress with all the swiftness within our capac ity "Second, to keep the hearts and minds of our people open to peace, to be ever ready for peace with our neighbors; to eschew hate; and to keep steadily before us the grand vision of regional peace and cooperation, t h e achievement of which, we believe, although it will not come tomor row, is historically as inevitable as it is desirable. "Third, while we continue to he threatened with hostility and sei building up around us an ever-grov, ing accumulation of aggressive armament, to sustain the morale ol our people at a high level and equip ourselves with an abiding capacit) to defend ourselves against attack The defense policy of Israel i> not directed toward the winning Oi wars. As we see it, the test ol thl success of our defense policy is that our defense capacity should never be used AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY OF TEMPIE NER U.MID %  ( TtRNAL LIGHT" Temple Ner Tamid (Conservotive) INVITES YOU TO BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY ;us HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN THf BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED MAIN SANCTUARY RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ and CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH OFFICIATING Accompanied by the Choir under the direction of JccS:hre :-j MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE: 2 Stats in the Main Sanctuary — Reduced Rate ter Nursery 5:-MI FREE TUITION IN RELIGIOUS SCHOOL & TRANSPCtUTlON PARTICIPATION IN All TEMPLE ACTIVITIIS SEATS AVAILABLE IN CHAPEL SECTION FOR NON-MEMBERS Temple Office Open Daily: • A.M. fo 5 P.M. and 7 -o 9:30 >M. 5UCH0S SERVICE SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd, 11.30 PJ. EVERYONE INVITED/ 80th Street & Carlyle Avenue, Mior Beat 1 Telephone UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833 Temple Zamora 44 Zamora Avenue Coral Gables HERSHEL BROOKS, Rabbi MOISHE BEN-ZVI, Cantor SELIHOTH SERVICES Saturday, Sept. 22, 12 midnight Tickets for the High Holy Days Available For information, call Temple Office, 448-7132 Beth David Congregation UABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO "N !" B WIUIAV 'SOS In its 50th Year as Miami's Pianeer Conservative Synagogi.' WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN ITS FAMILY AND AVAIL THEMSELVES OF ITS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS AND FAC E5 MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES TUITION FOR INFORMATION regarding membership. High Holy Day Tickets or Ki | c. S:vol, please contact office at S.W. 3rd Ave. A 27th Road, FR 1-4795; FR 1 1882 [tehee lOFtN SUNDAY 9 a.m. • 1 p.m.; MONDAY thru THURSDAY • OJW. • 9 p.m. Branch School t S.W. 77th Ave. A 104th St. (Palmetto Bypass & Dixie Hwy. Registration is in Proa*tl for Rel-iious, Nursery A Kinctrgarten School* (non-members w :c-ne'. SEUCHOT SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT, SEPT. 22nd-PUBLIC INVITED CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE 13600 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES CONDUCTED BT RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ Cantor Maurice Neu and Choir MStRVATIONS AND TICKETS AT OFFICE PERMANENT UPHOLSTERED THEATRE-TYPE COMFORTABLE SEATS. PI 1-0283 (AIR-CONDITIONED) PL 4-3097 Beth Raphael Congregation 139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE INVITES YOU TO ITS HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET CANTOR ZARETSKY and ABISH PERL OFFICIATING TICKETS S5 PER PERSON Beginning Sunday, Sept. 23 the Office will be Open for Daily Sa'e of Tickets: 8 A.M. to 9 P M. FR 9-8649, FR 3-9807 JULIUS SAPER0, Prcs. RALPH KRIEGER, Sec. CANTOR H. ;iR£-:v FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER 50 N.W. 51st PLACE HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS IN OUR NEWLY AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE REV. GEORGE GOLDBERG, BAAl SHACHRIS OFFICIATING WILL BE Rabbi DAVID ROSENFELD and Cantor RUD0LE DEUTSCH For Further Information Call HI 4-6547 TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH 11527 South Dixie Highway "Tomorrows Judaism Today" Miami FlorkW BocoiMfructionisf W Herman If. Gottlieb Cantor HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 5723 Beginning FRIDAY, SEPT 28th, 7:45 P.M. of the Air-Condifioned CUTLER RIDGE COMMUNITY CfNTM 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 |WI 50bbo Ic^c erV CeS: frldoys of 8:15 *•*• Saturdays at 10:30 AM. a**"* 1 1 REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR RELIGIOUS AND HEBRE % 



PAGE 1

Friday. September 21. 1962 *Jmiffft Meridian Page 9-A ligh Court Studies Law of Return Continued from Page 1-A [repositions for which the court i ked were details on Lieber[man's claim he had served an American federal ajent in Marleilles in anti-narcotics work and information on his entry into Isy*el under a false passport. As in the case of Dr Robert A. pblen, who died in London last Ink from an overdose of barbi prates taken to delay his return !he United States, the United fetes Government cannot obtain jireturn because the two countries leth David Has % tudent Openings leth David religious school is III accepting students in all deIntents the Sunday Department, meeting lee a week on Sunday for two UTS, is open to children of kinuarten, and first and secon.1 ides of public school Teachers Mrs. Esther Lundblad. Mrs. rah Parnes and Mrs. Elsie Stieebrew Department is open to dren of the third through tenth de of public school. Teachers hiN division are Hersch Berman. is Gadon. Zvi Rosenkranz and Rochelle Ross. Benjamin ft. former educational director Temple Judea and Temple anu-El, has joined the Hebrew lartment staff. inth and tenth graders are !lit by Jerome Schulman. who became a member of the Sun Department staff at Beth David year. Sunday Department hers working with the Hebrew f include Miss Joanne Eeld. n a I d Schrager. Mrs. Rose eidell. and Max Sussman. th David Can Yeladim. daily ery, kindergarten and preergarten, has room for a few I children from three to five, meets from 9 to 12 noon, Monthrough Friday, and is open non members as well Transation is available within cerI have no extradition treaty But the U S. Embassy in Tel 1 Aviv asked the Israel Government I to expel Lieberman. who arrived in Israel on August 30 as a stowawav on an Israeli liner. A two-to-one majority of a panel of Supreme Court judges meanwhile upheld a ruling by Minister of the Interior Moshe Haim Shapiro, refusing an immigrant's visa to an American Jew indicted in the Unitid States, but not yet tried then "n charges oi alleged fraudulent financial transactions. However. because one of the members of the panel rendered a minority opinion, questioning a serious principle of law. the panel agreed to let five members of the Supreme Court re consider the entire issue. The case involves Mervyn Gold, of Cleveland. He arrived in Israel last month with a duplicate passport. His original passport had been taken from him in France by fan American official who. thus, tried to force him to return to the I'nkcd Stales to stand trial. However, he claimed the right of obtaining jn immigrant's visa enjer Israel's Law of Return, which permits all Jews to come 'o Israel. Mr. Shapiro's denial of lhat visa was appealed to the Supreme Court, which upheld lh~ Minister, and was carried further to Monday's panel. The majority of the panel ruled that the Minister of the Interior was authorized to exercise "reasonable judgment" about a visa applicant's past record, noting thai Israel cannot be used as a refuge by fugitives from justice. However. Justice Haim Cohen, a member of the panel, held in a the eyes of the law. The new pandissenting opinion that the appliel. consisting of five members of cant must be given "every considthe Supreme Court, will be coneration" as long as he has not been vened soon to rule definitely on thf convicted and is still innocent in case, court officials said. Temple Adath Yeshurun 1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 10CATFD IN THF GARDEN SPOT Of NORTH MIAMI BEACH JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AVAILABLE TO NON-MEMBERS. CALL Wl 7-2400 or Wl 7-0130 SERVICES: Daily 7:15 a.m.; Friday Night 8:15; Saturday 9 a.m. PRE-SUCHOS SNACK & DISCUSSION SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 22, at 11 o'clock SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN OUR SCHOOL JOIN OUR TEMPLE A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL Charles Rosenberg, President Mnx M. Meyers, Chairman of the Board Jack Schoenfeld, Chairman of Religious Committee vvvv^^ >^v^^^^v^^^^i^^^vvv/vvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv ILUOT ELEDELL u areas. Qntikvah Lodge Hear Gordon ktikvah Lodge of B'nai B'rith (meet Wednesday evening, 7:45 at Washington Federal Savand Loan Assn.. 1234 Wash ave. est speaker will be Alex Cor chairman of the Metropolitan tuition, and chairman of comlt\ and civic affairs of Hatik (Lodge. ah .1 Sweet is program chair Joseph B. Gorinstein is pres of Hatik van Lodge. Youth Group Elects Officers South Florida Council. B'nai B'rith Youth Organization, recently held its annual elections for citywide president. Elliot Fledcll, president of Shield of David AZA. was chosen as this year's aleph godol. He will preside -s president of 'he coordinating council which has 1 11 Aleph Za:!ik Aleph and B'nai B'rith Girls chapters as constituent members. Bill Elfenbein. vice president of Zion AZA. was elected aleph S'gan Linda Baum, president of N'ai Rith BBG, was elected as vice president **^^^A THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI RELIGIOUS SCHOOL NUKSCT.Y SCHOOL HEBREW SCHOOL ADULT INSTITUTE RABB' HERBERT BAUMGARD, D.H.L CANTOR CHARLES KODNER MO 6-2536 TEMPLE SINAI The only Reform Temple in North Dade offers its complete facilities Worship Services. Nursery School. Hebrew School. Sunday School through Confirmation DANIEL M. LOWY. Rabbi 12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI PL 4-06*1 TEMPLE JUDEA 320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABIES Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown NURSERY SCHOOL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ADULT EDUCATION YOUTH GROUPS SISTERHOOD BROTHERHOOD For Information Call HI 4-9876 TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M "The Liberal Congregation on the Beach" 4144 CHASE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID CONVISER, Ca-t.r (NURSERY through CONFIRMATION) Religious School Registration Now in Progress CALL THE TEMPLE OFFICE — JE 8-7232 fi-r Information rcjrardlnK T1IK IIKTH SIHW.o.M FAMILY PLAN TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI 137 N.E. 19th STREET MIAMI Greater Miami's Oldest Reform Synagogue DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Robbi Services every f rid ay evening at 8:15 o'clock For Temple affiliation & information call FR 9-1757 Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation 595 W. 68th STREET HIALEAH for Information or Registration Call %  •ur Secretary, Mis Edna Wlaser TU 7-8256 or 821-0292 HEBREW SCHOOL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL AA


PAGE 1

Page 10-A knist fkrldiar Friday, September 21. \%i Full Text of Rep. Halpern's Letter to Kennedy lively Informed, especially the fort if ii ase stance a : ions iii g ooi come Following is the full text of a letter to President Kennedy by it \ m o u r Halpern, Republican member of the U.S. House of Rep resentatives from the Fourth District. New York. The letter, written Aug. 21 and released for pub lication this week, questions the President on the arms imbalance in the Middle East: Pear Mr. President: 1 am seeking, through this communication which 1 respecttull.N address to you. clarification of the current thinking of the executive ( < p.irtmerit on an issue in which you in the pas! have indicated per sonal interest and concern As you will recall, you wrote the Hon Herbert H Lehman on November 2. I960, stating that if an arms race cannot be avoided inVOlving the Arab States and Israel •:hen at the very least, we should condone any imbalance between the powers For imbalance also leads to war." Mr. President, since you wrote those words, a dangerous imbalance has developed. The most sophi sweated weapons of the Soviet arsenals, in significant quantities, have been provided by the Soviet Union to Egypt's Nasser. Mr. Nasser has openly threatened to "Algerianixe" the Pa.estine iSSWe, made bellicose displays of military rocketry, and bragged Romulo Opens Temple Forum that Israel has nothing to match his new MIG-21 Jet Fighters and TU-16 Soviet jet bombers. At tremendous expense, Israel has been forced to seek whatever arms it can obtain from France, in an attempt to maintain a semblance of balance. But Soviet weapons of ultra-modern design, at bargain rates, are cynically poured into Egypt by the Soviet merchants of death Israel's French sourceare inadequate because Russia i> giving Egypt Its very latest equipment The only response of the United States has apparently been to pro vide American arms to the Arab States other than those supplied l > Russia Israel has been pul al i grave disadvantage The Soviet bloc has clearly put ,iarsenals to work on the side of. Nasser Indeed, the entire Egyp tian military establishment appears p ared to the Soviet Red army, Red fleet, and Red air force tor train Ing, equipment, spare parts, and so forth. The imbalance between The Egyptians are diverting their economic credits and resources not to raise living standards but to raise rockets of destruction and to finance the flow of Soviet weapons. As you know, Mr. President, the Congress recently expressed itself throuoh adoption of the so-called KeatingHalpern Amendment to the Mutual Security Act this session. Th : s amendment established a principle that we should concentrate on aiding those nations that do not divert their own assets to the Soviet arms supply system. We are gravely concerned bj Castro's new Soviet military lets an equipment How can we justify to the taxpayer the loans and grants to Castro's good triend, Nasser, lhal enables Egypt to divert resources to gel his country more deeply involved with the Soviet military supply system? It cometo my attention. Mr President, that Israel is the only anti-Communist nation on earth. International affair.-, social problems. literature and drama will be presented in a Town Mali Forum sines at Temple Israel of Greater Miami this Call and winter The Forum is open to the public on a series basis only Tickets fir individual events will not be available. Former pre-sident of the UN Seneral Assembly, Gen. Carlos Romulo, will launch the Town Hali Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 16. His topic will be "The Asia America Does Not Know." C'ther programs will include Dor O'.hy Stickney. noted American actress. ir. a dramatization titled "A Lovely Night, based on the poetrj and letters of Edna St Vincent Millay; Vance Packard, au1 r ot "The Status Seekers" and Iden Persuaders." best selling .i. logi< :•! studies who will talk i:. America in Upheaval;" and .' '.-. v..-.-. n Brown, literarj and drama critic who will present a k at American Literature." Israel and the Arabs has reached threatened by Soviet • equipped dangerous point where Nasser is forces, which has turned to US tempted to consider reckless adpleading tor the right to purchase balancing arms and gotten no favorable response I would like to respectively inquire. Mr President, as to the current view of the executive department on the whole perplexing question of why we ignore Israel's military needs while indirectl> subsidizing Egypt's purchases o| late-model Soviet jets, tanks, submarines, and so forth. I understand that we have bea ventures We are seemingly Ignoring our commitments, stated by yourself and in the platforms of both part:. Beach lodge Hears Candidate Robert A Peterson. Republican candidate for I' S I'ongress. will be gue-t speaker at a meeting ot Miami Beach Lodge of Bnai B'rith on Tuesday noon at Lincoln Lane restaurant Subject will be a diseu-sion of medicare The lodge nut last Tuesday noon, also at the Lincoln Lane, to hear an address by Dr. Milton Lesser on 'High Blood Pressure." A film in conjunction with the talk wa.shown b\ the Heart AjSU Social Will Follow Selichot William Drucker. president of the Men's Club of Israelite Center, announcethe first get-together of the year will be held at the Center on Saturday at midnight in con junction with SeliCOt. Following the service, conducted by Rabbi Morton Malavskj and Cantor Louis Cohen, the congregation will meet in ti"social hall for an early morning repast sponsored by the Men's Club and served bj the Sisterhood UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! c ABE GEFTER'S ROMWELL HOTEL prestntt for the HIGH HOLIDAYS The Famous Israeli Cantor FISHELE LUTMAN %  e t. Re 11 o i c P : tt| S t • ,i k 5 pretent C nefs, '_ '.'SC b?fl Cy Dr. \*r CAflTIRIA DINNER SPECIALS •1.10 YOU CAN PAY MORI %  UT YOU CAN'T IAT BITTER THAN AT IT. CLAIRS CAFETERIAS SliMr" irin s,, t riSnEU lur/.'A,rf SPECIAL PKG. RATE 12 DAYS, 11 NITES SEPT 28 OCT. 9 Oceon'ront Corner Room Meals and Reiieious Services 5^1 50 per pers. dbl. occ. 1 2 out ol 105 Rooms. Oth :r Rates Available. AND All THIS FREE • 21 %  TV & RADIO IN All ROOMS. • CHAISE IOJNGES & MATS. • PARKING ADJOINING HOTEL • ENTERTAINMENT NIGMTIY. • AND MANY OTHER FEATURES. E ana PCI HOLIDAYS MEALS SfeR.'SD DAILY ON T-> E MIGH HOLIDAYS STRICTLY yClHIR. CINTRAL AIR COND/T'DNING Individually Controlled. OCEAN rSONT AT 20h ST, MIAMI BEACH JE 4-2121 KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run TJ 8-4521 come neutral to a tri.nd, Israel, friendly to a "neutral" Egypt. Israel has been denied the right to buy any American arms of real military importance and cannot, even get author nation, apparently, to buy purely defensive Jnfi aircraft weapon* systems tcT defend nerseit trom Nasser's Soviet jet bombers. Would we similarly ignore the defense needs of South American nations threatened by Caslro s Soviet military equipment 0 In order that I may be construethe Now MOTEL MARSEILLES HOC PPropnj. %  House. I ask your early resDonsa to this inquiry. "'* 3 PA-'V per rerson CCuo'e occupancy 3C cf


PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1962 frnUlh flrrMliTir Psqe 11-A Anti-Semites in Street Brawl Continued from Page 1-A Marais, now a security officer for a private firm. Marais declared, in an interview in the Johannesburg press, thai he believed members of this organization were responsible for at least two anti-Semitic outrages, "no was a series ot explosions a' the Great Synagogue in Johannesburg in uary, 1961; thi as the bl irig ot a bomb this year at the Martyrs Monument • %  ; West P cemetery Marais claimed that he had found leaflets emanating from Buei i Aires, instructing members of the anti-Semitic group here about antiSemitism Have trial Business Meeting. Banquet, or Special Occasion A! a B'nai B'rith membership planning session ire are seated 'left to right) Judge Milton A. wdman, immediatle past president. District [man, immediate past president, District Grand Lodge 5; Edward A. Stern, president, South Florida Council, B'nai B'rith Lodges; :k Jenkins, president. District 5; and Dr. WilWexler, rhairman, national campaign Bonds to Honor James Albert imes \I. Albert president of IT pie Beth Sholom. will he hon|< %  at a dinner Sunday evening, |( • 11. at the Doral Country Club. Samuel Friedland, chairman of %  he Greater Miami Israel Bond Orzation, made the announceenl Wednesday Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual ider of Temple Beth Sholom, said it Albert will be honored "for :service to the community, the mple and the State of Israel." abbi Kronish .eads Discussion Rabbi Leon Kronish will lead a liscussion on "Jesuits. Jurisprudence and Jews" at the monthly ireakfasi meeting >1 remple BetTi Sholom'; Brotherhoo I on Sunday. Jt 10:3(i am. in the Temple audi I im The Brotherhoo) sponsors 'he ^outh activities program of the %  mple. as well .regular social B. I cultural activities Presidenl of the group is Dr. li irrj E Wolk an I David Drinker progi am chairn lAMiS ALBtRT Cub Pack ct Dade Heights Cub Scout Pack 402, sponsored by Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, was to have its first meeting for parents onlj this Thursday, 7 p.m., at the synagogue. Last year's Cubs are being given preference on rejoining because the number ol openings is limited. cabinet. Standing (left to right) are Joseph B. Gorinstein. president, Hatikvah Lodge; Jack R. Glick, membership committee. South Florida Council; Samuel Nieberg, second vice president, District 5; Charles Seiavitch. president. Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; and Frank Kerschner, secretary. South Florida Council. BB Council Honors Officers South Florida and District 5 officers of B'nai B'rith were honored at a South Florida Council oi B'nai B'rith Lodges breakfast recently al the Morton Towers restaurant. Edward A. Stern is Council president. Some lOo B'nai B'rith members honored Dr. William Wexler, chairman of the national membership cabinet; Jack Jenkins, president, District Grand Lodge 5; Julius Fisher, executive secretary of the district; Judge Milton A. Friedman, immediate past president of the district; Samuel Neiberg, second vice president of District 5; Charles Seiavitch. president. Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; and Burnett Roth, national Anti-Defamation League commissioner, and chairman of the Florida ADL. The meeting focused on membership planning, with the top-level officers and members of B'nai B'rith discussing the 119-year history of the organization in ((reparation for the national fall membership campaign. You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade ar>4 Rubaiyat Rooms, bt II for %  wedding or a private party I tmr Information* HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOC JE 1-6061 Ith t Collins* *H I I I The Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami ANNOUNCES the continuation of its HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES at the new building 2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Bench PROMINENT CANTORS TO OFFICIATE SYNAGOGUE COMMITTII lacob Cohen, Chairman REGISTRATION FOR THE COMING SCHOOL YEAR NURSERY THRU 9th GRADE NOW OPEN CALL 532-6421 Technfon Chapter Planning Meeting First official founders and board ol directors meeting of the South Florida chapter for Technion has been called for Tuesday evening, Oct. 2. at the home of the chapter' president, Mrs. Louis Olasser. 3168 Prairie ave., Miami Beach. Chapter officers and directors will make plans for the annual banquet on Nov 28 and the current 1962 membership drive Also on ihe program will be (he firsl showing of a documentarj film made in Israel. The City Called Technion." Board members will report on campaign appointments in county areas to spur membership recruitments. have a truly luxurious wedding | fashion show | | banquet of lie -"•Seville Matchless facilities, experienced management expert staff-all to serve you for much less than you could imagine. Remember— • SEVILLE affair—whether for 10 or 1,000is served with the same gracious easel KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE CULL fSTCUC POLAK: JE 2-2511 OCEANFRONT, 29th TO SOth STREETS, MIAM BEACH For Very Special Occasions,.. ssw^i Jb, THE )momat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imagine havingthe entire Diplomat Country Club, yours exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week. There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this area! Unlimited free parking. For reservations, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA S-8111 in Hollywood HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA <" % % 



PAGE 1

Page 12-A Jen/sti fk>r/dtof? ^*. Friday, September 21. 19 62 I Noted Educator Joins Academy In accord with reemphasis on mathematics and sconces needed within space age progress. Rnhbi Alexander S Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, has announced the appointment of Dr. Clyde M Brown, pro lessor at the University of Wisconsin, as consultant for intellectually superior students at the Academy. 2400 Pine Tree dr. Dr. Brown will also supervise the mathematics program al the Mesivta Huh School. 1021 Biarritz dr. "Because of changes in education in the space age," Brown said, "we have to keep up with all modern trends. The attempt here is to conserve all basic fundamental methods and at the same time offer students experimental programs which are demanded in science and math. This is not to sacrifice any traditional contents in teaching but to supplement it with new methods so students can meet any challenge." Professor emeritus of the engineering experiment station or research center of the College of Engineering at the Universit) of Wisconsin. Dr. Brown's aim is "to eliminate the waste of our greatist national asset, intellectually superior students." In addition to his technological training. Dr. Brown is well versed in the humanities, and in addition to Latin and Greek, he speaks Spanish, French. German. Italian and Portuguese. He has a BA degree from St. Louis University, MA decree from Northwestern. PhD from :he Royal University of Florence Dora Stein Will Present Skit Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will meet Tuesday evening. Members will present "A Vision Today — A Reality Tomorrow." a skit about the Mathilde Schecter Residence Hall for women studeuts of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York City. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew I Sunday Schools. Wro/esafe ft ((tail IStAlLl 6/FTS AND NOVEITIES 417 Wojliiit. Ave. JE 1-9017 CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We specioliie in building lewish /Monuments Our work is Gumranteei. MARKERS $ 30 r i r > <" Includes Name, Date and Delivery to Cemetery ON 3 DAYS NOTICE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 Rabbi Zwitman At Tifereth Jacob DR. CLYDE M. BROWN it' Italy, and studied French culture at the Sorbonne in P He did post-doctoral work \\ Columbia Univers % %  Rabbi Morris L. HorOviti, dean of boys at Hebrew Academy, and principal of the Mesivta High School, has planned to have Dr. Brown tegin a mathemat'cs curriculum at the Mesivta High Srhooi. This will prepare students to enter leading universities which now require freshmen to be able to take calculus as their first course in mathematics. Rahhi dross noted "it is the responsibilit) of the Academy to keep the intellectually superior students aware of the e\ or widening horizons of the world, and provide them with every type of opportunity for achieving their potentialities Rabbi Nathan Zwitman is the. new spiritual leader of Temple Titereth Jacob. 951 Flamingo Way. Hialeah. He comes to Tifereth Jacob from Tifereth Israel NorthJide Center in Miami, and succeeds Rabbi Leo Heim. who recently left to accept a pnlpit -in "Texas Rabbi Zwitman received his Liberal Arts training at Newark University, where he was captain of the debating team. His four years of rabbinic studies were completed in yeshivot in Mea fhearim of Jerusalem, where he was religious editor of the Palestine News I'pon his r I'nited ites. Rabbi Zwitman was affil i with the Free Syr -'• %  %  GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOR KtllABIUTY QUALITY SERVICE Many from Mt. J\ibo Ph. MO 14583 Year* of Experience o Specializing in Only Jewish Monuments For All Jewish Cemeteries \fie Tori; Rcprcunutn ts Goodman Bros. Monuments 71 Ingrohm Street Brooklyn, N.V. The lewis Monument Co. 71-15 Myrtle Ave. Sveens, N.T. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Phone MO 1-8583 Rabbi Zwitman's first sermon at Tiferth Jacob will be Friday even-, in$. His subject will be "Is Divine Retribution Truly Divine?" Temple Tifereth Jacob will hold Selichot services at midnight on Saturday, preceded by a social hour •*10:30 p.m. Cantor Jack Leifier i will render the musical portions of the liturgy AMERICAN-ISRAELI S RELIGIOUS STORE A Big Selection of Tolosim and Machiorim and all Religious Articls nHed for the High Holy Days. 1357 Washington Ave. JE 1-7722 Miami Hebrew Book Store SB 4 £ -' i DOMBST C 9 FT8 • t Synagogues Sc >oo itP vete la I SB! WASHINGTON AVE v ami Beicn JE %  ^-W WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 MiBSBSEBRb MEMORIALS r "Miami's Only Jewish Monument B;Mers" ; D H P.^ Exclusive Deoler "ROCK OF AGESFAMILY MEMORIALS I Scheduled Unveilingj SUNDAY, SEPT. 23 Mf. Sinai Cemeter. I0NATZ and SARA SACHAR 11:30 A.M. Mt. Nebo Cemeter r JACK FRANZUS, 1 P.M. Rubbl (>.:• I / "Md\ Tlifir Sou m Eternal P ict PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO. 3279 S.W. 8th Street HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922 GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS (lewitk Division of THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES TOO TO VISIT TNEIff SHOWROOMS AMD DISPUT LOOK FOB TWO-STOtV WHITE BUILDING MAT Wt Stm YOU AS Wf HIV! SO MANY OIHftS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4 2157 MimO*IAlS Of BIAUTY OICM/TT AND PERMANENT



PAGE 1

Friday, September 21, 1962 +JelstFkrlcfirir Page 13-A SAYINGS OF FATHERS Pirkc Aboth Chapter IV — :6 R. Jose, the son of Judah. o/ | Kephar Bdbli. said: He who learns : jrom the young, to what is he h^e' T,< one who eats unripe grapes, or I .; :n\unit; from the rat. Ami he II'IO learns from the old. to what is i;< Ut\*l To one who %  rjr* ripe < r drinks old u'me. • • • %  '.r \' 1 \\ •:•. ten Saying* the world was I What .for* thii teach as' t not hate been created u'uli >..-.I'm' It it to mal{e \noum muhmenl that will befall the ; u ho destroy the world thai %  ^ri^ttd with ten sayings the goodly reward that will %  c bestowed upon the fust who the U'orld that was created %  ( 'i Staying*. • • • pter V I • re are four /(mds of temp.r. m :: i% ey to provoke and ti pacif \ hi. ION. disappears • gam, he whom it it hard to %  : and hard to pacify, hi. disappears in hu loss; he • II is hard to provoke and ."... M Mint; he u easy to provo*.* and hard to is a u icl^ed man. t^eliclti ot to \^Jpen <.n of Mr. and Mrs Arnold Shamrea -. rvlcea 11 .' %  %  p.m s. Ii. hct TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. CantoCharles Kodner. Friday 5:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Should w. Encourage Intermarriage?" Memi.!of iii nflrmatlon department will partlclpati in the service. Satur ,i.,\ u i:. a.m i:;11 Vlltxvah: Paul, son of Mr and Mm Harold bevtnson .* ellchol B< iv lei •• I midnight — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jatfe. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructioniat. R a t i i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. and Mis. Chalm Cnrndorf, Selichot FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Implement%  irni'* m niidniftht. Ins Jewish Ideals In America.' Quest speaker "ill be Bernard Mandler ..r BETH EMETH. Conservative. Cantor Hyma 12250 NW 2nd ave. Hi, Southeast Region "f the Ajnerican Ribbi Simon April' J*lsn Congress Saturday IVM a.m n Fein Sermnn: "W..kl> Portion Of the. f RABBI MURRAY AlSTiT .. the insufficient view r\ elialon *_/ / taw l Jl,c JVtrw, Rabbis Sanction Abortion CHICAGO — (JTA) Rabbis lied in Chicago were reported in I nement that Jewish religious i sanctions abortion when the lother'a life or mental well-being j at stake. One Chicago rabbi said that the \ Embryo is nothing more than "a jmb of the mother" until it is fully developed, and that limbs may be amputated, if necessary, without jriolation of Jewish law. Several references were made to Jewish sanction of "therapeutic abortion," one pbbi saying that his approval of inch abortion was contingent on a iroup of physicians approving the (peratioii. $ Book on Jewish Dietary Laws MINNEAPOLIS — (JTA) — A 00k on the Jewish Dietary Laws, ntten by a Minneapolis rabbi and ti.rmer University of Minnesota Irofessof, will be reissued by the Iniversity of Minnesota Press be %  use of continuing demand for it. 'he book has been out of print bice 1947. The Kosher Code of the Orthol<'\ Jew" was written by Habbi I I. Levin and Dr. Edward A. jloyilen. then professor of anatomy t the university. It is a literal ranslation of the portion of the hulchan Aruch which describes he deficiencies which render a lird or animal unfit for Jewish conj umption. It includes a discussion if Talmudic anatomy in the light %  B* science of that time and now. I [70th Birthday Marked by Volume NEW YORK — (JTA) — A comDeraorative volume markmg the j Oth birthday of Rabbi Leo Jung, piritual leader of the Jewish Cen-, fer here, and a prominent Ortho-i lo.x Jewish scholar, author and bhilosophcr. was published this geek by the Center. The work, phich also marks Dr. Jung's 40th fear in the rabbinate, includes pritings by leading Jewish rabbis. cholars and educators, as well as brief biography of Dr. Jung and bibliography of his writings. Yom Kippur Plan Rejected PASSAIC, N.Y. — (JTA) — The >aic Board of Education rejected this week a recommendation of school superintendent to close all Piit'lic schools on Oct. 8, the date frt Yom Kippur. The vote to keep |h< schools open on that day was to 1. Dr Clifford Jones, the \ [uperintendent, told the board that | ar, on a similar holiday. 110 %  n absent and that he ( : ;il least one-third of the • s would U absent this year,' This refutes the tendency in recent years in America to glorify man's genius, for has he not wrested; nature's great secret, atomic energy, and is he not conquering space, planning to reach the moon? True, but tragically enough, he has failed to conquer human nature, to master himself, the beast that is still in him, and his mad ambitions. The second consideration is man's self-insufficiency, his utter help lessness in the hour of crisis. We have been idolizing the successful man, especially the so-called self-made man, as if he really were selfmade. We have been singing his praise in published articles, of the meteoric rise of the Russian carpenter into the building of sky-scrapers or the Polish tailor into a merchant prince, head of a big department store. And when we met these outstanding personalities they told us. to paraphrase Deut. 8-17 "It is my brain, my initiative and hard work that have put me where I am today." (Heaven had no share whatsoever in his success.) And lastly, Slichot is a protest against the mechanization of life. According to that theory, man, once regarded as the flower of creation and made in God's image, has been reduced in this age to a mere cog in the vast industrial machine, there being no such thing as heart, soul, moral principle and decency. Slichot challenges this view, contending that man is no mere impersonal accident here on earth, but that he is a child of God, who is His Father in Heaven, to whom he can turn in the hour of temptation or tribulation. "And as a father pities his children, so must Thou have pity on us Forgive our sins and pardon our iniquities." In other words, we ask in these penitential prayers for another chance. s^Jinow Lfour s^jteritaae By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why does Jewish tradition impose upon its subjects dietary laws which render certain foods permissible and other prohibited? A number of reasons have been offered for this type of religious law. Some consider these laws to be based upon an ehtical foundation. Maimonides is noted for this approach, although it is found in various statements in the Talmud. Basically, it is an approach which considers the Dietary laws an example of self control which is considered essential to the moral welfare of man. By curbing his basic drive for food with discerning and discriminating selection man rises above the level of the animal into the realm of intelligence. There is a group of commentaries who seek to base the Dietary laws upon mystical reasons. This approach, exemplified by the Kabbalists contends that there is a relationship between the mind and the body of man. Man. a cosmos in himself, reaches the desired harmony of his miniature world only by restricting his diet to certain permitted foods. The meat of certain prohibited animals, for example, are said to "clog the heart" of man, according to Rekanati, a Kabbalist of the thirteenth century. A third school of thought se< a basis ol symbolism underlying each type ol food that Jewish lion prohibited, such as the hist< rie symbolism implied aMn>iiininiNnnMi:B,iiiii'iii.it. ii" p.m. — e — BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. FYida) 6:18 p.m Saturday 8:80 a.m, Sermon: "In Retrospection of the Year." Saturdaj midnight, Selichot service. Sermon: "Penitence Require*. I "reparation." — e — BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 11th ave. Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Krlda> ii'^* 1 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "We Forgi Ahead." Bt-llchot service! 11:80 p.m. Sermon: "Accom. pllshment!" — • — BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Julius Sapero, president. — • — BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. — e — BETH TORAH. lwin st. %  ••d NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 6 p.m. Saturday S:ia a.m. St-liohot service*. ;it midnight. — • — CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1644 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 1Sth St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Kriilav 8:1S p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "When i* your Mltzvah and where Is your liar Mltzvah?" liar Mitzvah: Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mis. Ivan Klrsmr. Selichot at mldniuht. Sermon: "Forgiveness at Midnight—A Flesh Breath of Air." — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richt;r. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. i rni.,\ 8:15 p.m. sermon: "Reflections on the Passing Year." Saturday 8:30 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Superior. SeUchol v. : \ I. at midnight. — e — FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Friday 8:80 p.m, Saturday 8:30 %  m Selichot 11:45 p.m. Bible — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — e — TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rat>bi Leon Kronish. Cantor David Conviser. l'!,,i.t\ 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:45 a.m. i:..i Mltzvah: son of Mr and Mrs. living Rablnowltt. — e — TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. — e — TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler Friday : p.m, Saturday !• a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Torah Har Mitzvah: Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trent; I'ean, .-"ii of IT. and Mrs. Jacob Classman. — e — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. FYidav S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Should Jews Object to the Portrayal of the Merchant of Venice?" — • — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown. Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Act Two of 'Rome and Jerusalem'." Saturday 10:30 a.m. liar Mitzvah: Roark. son of Mr. and Mis. .lack Young. Selichot services at midnight. — e — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abransowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Saturdav 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Portion of the Law." Har Mltzvah: Elliot, son of Mrs. Shirley Fisch and Jack Fisch. Selichot services at midnight. — e — TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Pertinent Thoughts for the Month of EIuJ." Saturdav s :4r. a.m. Par Mitzvah: Lee, son Of Mr. and Mrs Jerome B. Mills. SeliI chot service 11:80 p.m. Sermon: i "Awake from your Slumber." — e — ITEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Prlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Length of DaysBlessing or Misfortune?" sisterhood members will conduct a preHoly Day candle ritual. A FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL^ 1801 i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mlsml ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Friday >•:.'." p.m, Sermon: 'Small still Volci In Ihi Night." Ones Shabbat host: Sisterhood. Saturday 8 a.m. s. liehi,t service at midnight. | hibition against leavened bread on | Passover, 01 the moral symbolism j involved in prohibiting birds of | prey which symbolize barbarism. etc. There have also been some j who see a practical basis in our Dietary laws, claiming a hygienic advanttage for those who observe them. • Why i* it forbidden to have statues in the synagogues? This comes under the general' prohibition against the making or, possession of graven images men-1 tioned in the Bible (Deut 4:12-15; 27:15). Basically, Jewish tradition forbids making finite forms which would represent ifninite beings such as (he Almighty. Man. the image of the Almighty, likewise was a figure prohibited, because he could bi taken to represent infinity. In I this way statues can easily lead ti some fi nn of idol worship • was the cas< among manj ei E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. — e — HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross. — e — HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON. GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hialeah Reform. — e — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. — e — ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen Friday ( p.n* s*tuida> l It a n Selichot at midnight. Sermon: "Midnight Can." • — • — KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Standing Before God." Har Mitzvah: Mlrli.nl I'oslcher, son of Ml. and Mrs Jos Mltner. — e — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. — e — OHEV SHALOM. 911 Nsrmandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. e SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. — e — SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. Prlday 8:15 p.m. Has Mitxvah: Susan. daughter M Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ja< ribs*. Saturday 9 ., m. Selichot services; a 1 %  Idnigiii • — TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. -. n i • u Sntui da> '' a in d i n of Mi and Set h, i TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raboi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack Lerner. Fildav v;ir. p.m. Sermon: "Is Pivino Retribution Trul) Divine?" Saturday 9 a.m. — e — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. rVldia) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tin Covenant of God." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "God Give* Charity." — e — TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. lrlday >:3" p.m. Sermon: "ApproaehiiiK the llii;li Holy Days." Oneg Shabbat hosts; Rabbi and Mrs. waxman and Ionian Potash, cMiarregatlon president, and Mrs. Potash in honor of new members. Saturday Selichot a< midnight. Sermon: "Reflections at Midnight." — e — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. I SJ SJSJSJgejBI: SBJ CANDUUGH7ING T/Aff 22 Dul — 6:04 p.m.



PAGE 1

Fcge 14-A -Jenist fhridiar Friday, September 21, \^i Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDL1N Jews and Their Glory in God are a Very Special Case V MEMOIRS OF A SPECIAL CASE. By Chaim Raphael. 207 pp. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown, 34 Beacon St. $4.00. BOOKS LIKE THIS, utterly quotable, unutterably delight ** ful. are a joy to read and the devil to review. There Will be that guilty feeling, at the end. that I have failed the book and my own pleasure in it. that the rare delicate flavor has not survived the rough portage, that its charm il untranslatable and its depths unechoable. For the book is not a novel to be dissected structurally, nor essays to be discussed logically. It is a collection of seven stories which are not stories so much as a journey through the world in the perspective of Jewish experience. It is the Jew in the western worid who is the -in case" of the title. Mr. Raphael, who habeen an Oxford Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN cion. a British Foreign Office official, a Hebrew scholar, and the author (under the name of Jocelyn Davey) of a series of thrillers, makes Jewishness a special character trait, a sophisticated amalgam of reverent realism and impious mysticism. It is that particular view of existence which Jews think they hold, uniquely, in community (and they may be right* which gives the book its exceptional and endearing quality: "God may by now have made up His mind about the Jews, or He may still be waiting. He has had a better chance than the rest of us to see it all in perspective. Those of us who are only here today and gone tomorrow have to take the whole thing on the run almost It is certainly hard to try and pinpoint some exclusive Jewish culture and way of life, even in a locale as monolithic as New York. The Jews may have inherited a culture Of Mentally Disturbed Youth Who Shot a Jew Washing! IT WAS NOT thi An I Pan thi revolvt r fein. a 1" Virj Bui I '" N ': I • %  S'azi phi • of anl %  tempt foi ...... h %  •. Frank %  ppi • ,. sadistic joke, i • • of s [ Hitli ops | ., ; Soz i sourci nfeci e ra %  e in stormtro] g the swastika s anti-Jew%  .. rhe Nazis ai pi posses; i parai nizaticn %  • i N'azis sordei UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Death of Arab Power Washington AS THE SEVENTEENTH session ventd :hiweek %  ghost scurrii : md the 1': it< d Natii i i dor[i as the shadov Aral' League Born in dissension in 1945. the Leagut has been nuri • hi treds and has finally exploded through the heat oi inter-Arab hostility, envy, in-fighting and selfishm -Although the League has always maintained Its headquarters in Egypt's capital, and its top seen tariat has always been Egyptian, it hatried to maintain the fiction that it represented all of tht Arab states From time to time, the bubble was pricked—now Iraq, which accused Egypt of dictating to the League, then by Jordan, more recently by Syria Always, the riftwere patched—openly, at least Now its tear is beyond repair. Everyone knows that the League is no more, regardless oi what any of the Arab governments might say. And with the demise of the League, there hafollowed the clear understanding here that Arab "unity'' can no longer be used as a pretext for anti-Israeli hostility The lesson is an important one, especially to various memberhire who feared that, il they acted with fairness toward Israel. they would offend an entire large bloc of members belonging to the Arab League Nov. that bloc gone — just as the League itself has evaporated in fact, it not official proclamation. Nasser habeen called the dictator of the Lei by some of hi."allies" previously But nov thi r ia genuine breakdown of Leagut unity Syria ar.d h other openly in the Lea %  pt walkt I, on top ol thai vclopmem Jordan and Saudi Arabii e< to patch their yean enmities and merge their armies. The two Arab K 'da joint communique announcing I i i at \ friendship and. what iv Nasser a "tra nyone d to all intents and purp -< • %  the Leagut is l< i The death of th< i for th< i lion calling for direct, face : • • talks betv an.i fsrai %  '• i resolutii %  at : will..• %  : [fenses nst Rockwi followers. Individu bers went 'o jail, but s permitted b recruit re] laceAttorne.v G i Robt F Kennedy Rockwell's %  < '%  %  v till has not i Vmt i Nazi Part> ti tht \ :. amonj Ar i gton and Fa i :. x county youths is I n thi irysidi The targets em rallj dummies, r.i t actual persons R" vers are i asily -\, : n i v'ins lr, accused murdert r • • %  ntei r iders of R ell's "r ts thai coincidi tallj an a • : Nazism lover oi ntei [ swastik %  | n Rockwells -• rm ti pers Thi i atici Nazisn v %  • ... the n a J guill assocatioi : %  • y it helpi : tally iths It is this Na; y vi live desire I i • %  nst Vi -. | i .'leaders : Citiz ns comnittt es an Nazisn feii esidi ass %  %  : the lawn of hi nted a telescope I si lx entist, The act si d killer was i tic was I for s stiki tinting possessioi f guns. Na; things "He hated Jews." said a detectivt : : affinity tor the Rockwell idealogj Whether V'inson was a cai arrj ng membci Rockwell group or a fellov traveler was besi i tiu poinl The Nazis anni unced after murdi r chj rgt were brought that he was not on their ofl ership lisl The Washington Dailj News reported cally. thi Goldfeins' family doctor who on Satui dry pronounced Lewis dead had been a target of V son in July. 19C1. "Records familiar with tht boj said hi loved guns, had a history of anti-Semitism, and had one* tried to join George Lincoln Rockwell's Amtrican Nazi Party, "A Fairfax official who talked to Vinson at the time of the swastika painting said the boy asked him "Why are you persecuting me?' and spouted philosophy' tor two hours. "The philosophy, the official said, leaned to the superman teachings of Nietzsche The Washington Evening Star quoted police who told how much Vinson hated Jews and admired Nazism. •he-r own. but it seems to show up Us: in the background of somebody else's." Then, possibly, the heart cf the matter: "Perhaps it ;s not always such iun to be a Jew. but to be the si a> everybody else 1 ? m How yrey." The penaln tor" the escape from that greyness is a sensitivity ot incredible richness and the wry. mournful mockery which shields it from an erosive world. There is Jonas, for example, a bitter old cripple in a north England industrial town, who is obsessed with one struggle: The Jews had a -penal score to settle — with Clod. God had selected the Jews for his particular anger: every Jew had to fight back — to defy God — to prove we were r.e different. We had cur weapon: reason." There is an ascetic Christian clergyman engaged in an aesthetic battle for young Raphael's soul: against the dark mysteries oi Talmud he pits the light of Hit Greeks and the beauty .oi Italy In Spain — "the one word which balanced emotionally with Germany" — a celebration in honoi ol the great Spanish philosophei Maimoi comes a poignant symbol of the Spai sh traditii tionship to the Jews, to the(.<...<:. Age which ai • broken i n tht wheel of the Inquisiti %  From a strange romance in .'•• isalem luring the i • the Mai.daie and a sean lead 5 Scrolls %  comt this quote "It was : thej tl Jews tht free exerc -< reason was m: • ..ink you to God • %  t a bit ovei tht ages ." It is i tl booh • • %  %  .-.< xprt sses the < mui i as it met i • i : I %  I %  • A %  Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR Panor&rn: By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Highest Bench \ JUDGE ;i> and to be i i thi 5 tops com lr; .things I %  ent Israt s or Pre: ents %  i [her in Israel sh< allt : -. %  und Ciiil'C I ..' emi [here is chi • not easy to be a got %  • V of th Southern judge who -. id hi ear botl sides of a qut stu :• as il : .-. Evei on the Supremi v eep • >ne ol Mr n t he Su pre i net asked "Why does ht refei ring to his colleague outi Justict McReynoIds who h anti-St'i i What c.i'. be e wj antithi istice than prejudict II ever there was a man u hi was n •he %  : %  al judge, it was Cardozt ( ardi i %  • ;. as American as McReynoIds. his • in lh" American Revolution: hgrandfathei was the head ol tht Newport id in 1754. to which Georgt Washington sen! hi! famous letter on tolerance Cardozo certainl} was as learned in the law as McReynoIds. He wrote 1 tier English than McReynoIds • ly Justice Holmes earned the reputation of a superior English stylist: yet the dirt) lmcr and prejudice showed itself und.: robe ol justice which draped McReynoIds 1 >' jl1 it dirt) becausi at bottom, it -terns to me Hurt all prejudice is a form of slovenly thinking unjust need a bath When Isaiah admonishes Israel to "execute judgment," he first lids them "vm yourself, make yourself clean Christmas Stamp Won't Meet Jewish Objection as is tl ase i si me of the publii h -...., ..: iki ramare c, • ..uneot" alance" the coinciding holid; \ verthelcss, 1 believe that i can predict '>" lional Jewish %  • Jew from the < hristmas stami even I JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS IN the Unit** ed States an m faced with a new similai to that of the prayers in public schoolThe Post Office has decided—for the first time in I'S posta a Christmas -tamp. ess i n infraction oi the Conal s] irit of sej aration i I i hurcb introduction of prayers I blit The design ol t! consists i %  rould then have to take an waj oi Mprt sent however thej feel that ""'res must be channt %  the din acl n in the i %  • • i course. %  %  in pub.. I the matter. The il should tht stamp become an annual iss %  numei that havi consequ -ay to tht Supremt %  %  n th lided.



PAGE 1

Septerr-bar 21, 1962 r ••.JVW/*#> fh)irKdlifiri Page 15-A Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, of the Hebrew A ademy, addresses students of the new Dora Cohen Hebrew High School for girls at dedication ceremonies last week. Left to right are fi:ob Cohen, patron of the new girl's school in memory of his wife, Dora, who passed away last year; Rabbi Gross, principal, Hebrew Academy; Rabbi William Millen, instructor for the class; and members of the class. Saundra Lipman, Miriam Weiss, Nancy Saltz. Carol Esterman. Miriam Geiger and Eva Lefkovi'.^. Not shown is Arlene Greenberg. %  Popick to Head Miami Delegation To Bond Confab Sossin Named To Committee Michael Sossin, managing (Erector of the Blacks tone Retirement hold in Miami Beach, has been named to the national organizing committee of the National Council of Senior Citizens, headquartered in Washington, D.C. Appointment of Sossin, president ot the Humane Society ot Greater Miami, was announced by reined Col. Aime Forand, president of the National Council ot Senior Citizens In appointing Sossin, Forand said, "It is of prime importance that the National Council build a strong organization of senior citizen clubs and groups." Sossin said he would begin "a concerted effort next week to af filiatc all organized senior citizen associations in South Florida with the National Council." Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain Nrw York,N.Y.( Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — result* were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be ft problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne) -discover* of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. rack S, Popick. i;rael Bond lead.ill head Greater Miami's dele". MI to ihe national planning con>nce of the Israel Bm I Organim Washington, D.C, open: %  Friday. Sept .: pick, an acth i tad tr in many and philan rganizais, will be accompanied by a I nation of Miamians who will i with more than 500 Jewish from ih. ates and la to discus; Israel's economic is and devi p lans. H New York. Or. Joseph J S:warti, vice president of the Israel Bond Organ:zaion, stated I->• the three-day rational planr -ig conference will launch a r-cbilization-in-dep 4 ^ program to tng Israel Bond sa'ss r a total cS66,500,000 for !?: • full scale r %  :' Israel's nomic develop will be sented by Leu E*hl its Min%  T of Finance. Dr. Schwartz nounced tthat Davi I Horowitz, ivernor of the Bi-;l< of Israel, will > be a specia : %  speaker at %  Washington c infere ice mature beginning May i. 1963] Holders of the twelve-year Independent:' Issue ot Israel SavingsI Bonds sold in 1951 will receive the full amount of the bonds plus accrued interest, or me and half times (he issue price The first •ndence Coupon Bonds, which were issued On :i fiiteen year basis. :11 begin to reach maturity in May [966. Popick. president of Mechanics Uriform Service, will attend two other national meetings of organizations in wrech he holds major posts while in Washington. Popick, chairman of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds, Is also a member of the national board of governors of the Development Corporation of Israel. I lie will be attending a special meeting of the board of directors' of the Israel Investors Corporation, a position to which he was recently ideeted. Popick will, in addition, meet with other members of the national executive committee of the Zionist Organization of America. Financial secretary of Temple Kinanu-Kl. Popick is national vice president of the American Friends ol the Hebrew University i HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS at I3f|k OF MIAMI 117 N.E. 1st AVE. FR 1-9641 Let our installment loan department —at low Member: ^RSk bank rates—make your Keserve ^ bv Florida room, or other .Federal ^ i^bv home improvements,^ Insurance Corporation "^ %  ^fc^^^ a reality, ^^^^m A. J. HARRIS Chairman of the Boar] France to Abstain in UN Vote for Israel-Arab Talks unusually jnificant aspect the forthcoming conference will ie presentati in by F-hkol of plans f r \ • %  lemption If :he first Israel Bonds hich will PARIS — (JTA) — Maurice Come le Murville, the French Foreign Minister, was understood to have explained this week why France intends to continue abstaining from voting m any resolution calling for direct Arab-Israel peace J lie f~^al*ns CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S mmST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care of the convaleszent, chronic and geriatrics patient. • Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff • Spacious garden-l se grounds • Moderate rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geria'ri^s Soc SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Ad twtor. 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida talks at the United Nations General Assembly. The explanation was given at a meeting with Israel Ambassador Walter Kytan. who apparently sought clarification on what the French position would be so that he could report it to a meeting of Israel envoys in Switzerland. The French official also was reported to have given assurances that France will oppose any imposed solution of the Arab refugee program when the issue comes up at the 17th General Assembly. Another assurance was reported on Ihe Israeli ambassador's appeal for French help on Ihe urgent problem of arranging some kind of link between Israel and the European Common Market The French official said the French delegation to Furomart would be instructed to act in a spirit of understanding of Israel's need to protect its substantial trade with member countries. NO MORE MED-FLY SPRAY IN DADE CO. TAKE YOUR CAR NOW TO SAM TENDLERS SIMONIZ AND CAR WAXING STATION g 13th ST. A N.E. 2nd AVE. g Opposite Stiri Sis Pump* a FR 4-8579 • •••••••••••••••••••• %  a 1 daily, per person, double occupancy 50 of 300 Rooms to Nov. 1st. ADD IF DESIRED $ ^^ft ClEALS Ct* "*"^P ^W DAILN J% RtlW ^ %  F WHICH ^ ^ H d | TOTALS ^^^J FOR ROOM BATH & FOOD OLYMPIC POOL • SNACK BAR • COCKTAIL LOUNGE FLEETWOOD 800 West Ave. Ph. JE 8-4521 HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL ARCADE BARBER SHOP WAYNE FULLER, Owner |40N.E. 163rd St. Open 9 til 9 North Miami Beach To All Season's Best Wishes SIMMERMAN CATERERS 5958 NE 2nd Avenue PL 8-4476 WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY P1RPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and Kenhtring Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS l^T**f$* 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orliw Phone FR 1-1363 TWIN CITY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MtnOKS STORE FltONTS fUHHITURt TOWS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE VOU WATT 1210 %  16th Street, M.S. Closed Saturdays Tel. J %  8-6141 in O I. II I \ i K %  •; s s WEDDING 4 BAR MIT1VAH ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL PRINTING OFFSET SALES BOOKS LAUNDRY LISTS OUR SPECIALTY 2918 S.W. 8th STREET Phone HI 6-2020 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUI CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. m W • "MAUIY" • "NATTOUt TEXACO BOYI Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th Si. AUGUST BROS ftvi IS thi Bt.ST' 9 J. M. LIPT0N ^ INSURANCE AGENCY INC. > GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONOS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 • FR 71671



PAGE 1

Pdcn U? A Jn*isft FkrlMnn Friday. September 2: [O**] Federation Making Advanced Plans To Mark Silver Anniversary Event Formation el i Greater Miami lew tan Federation nth anniverearj rommlftee IK plan ii>Miami eom IIIIIIIIIN'V oI'M'U.iiiii' ol (hit \ Lrfcourt, president ol f>dera tn\n t ndei the hau mansh \< % %  ( Mi Stanley M\ii> .i numbei ol lead .IN met tl FOdCI ition headquartei u> I.ii :u n .'Y.h .inim'i N.I. \ COW •Mltter ami to make plans foi the -l<-bl .itiou .'! %  % %  < %  IHT! (.> :.>Kf place III two Oeel f ts NanalNM ariN ha t v nli>t te ii'iHwi • ell "" be, the Gieatei Mumi J .h aaaaammMi In lha <•* • mitnji) abeooence eit miwn .•i o tt> mileatona ferthai tup % •oit >N* it*i avaraoai vc.< al Beach Branch 'Y 1 Has Installation x VMHA ., • >.-. t %  %  > \ > s. • I .... rs..w .# s* j v Mn >* aaeai Ml %  tOOafcai J S.. w v I &MJCC c .>ev A -N*. MoMkaa \*-..* .• %  ar of <• • ee* hUem *aaan aa4a *w orMd %  *• %  •** %  M &f v* ( \ s %  • v < -.: I • %  V • ^ .. v Awm >•* the United Jewih Appeal nd the local need* ol the eight Federation ponorea agencies and their branches in the Miami are*. i,i civ .>t the communitj who were Invited to take part in the planning meeting and help in the selection ol the anniversars eom untie, inch ded Mrs Vii-rs chairman, >•>!" Blank. Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs karon Fan Lillian Goodman karon Kannei I >•• Kaplan Mrs u •> | efcourt Uso Rabb In n '. • hrn v \ I i. Stanley C Myers Hank Meyei Jack D tfor Roson Prod K >'' Midnight Selichot At Menorah mts STAMW c. miifts A modern interpretation to traditional midnight Selichot services will be given at Temple Menorah this Saturday, according to Rabb: Mayer Abromowttx, spiritual leader At 11 p m the congregation will gather hi Temple Menorahs Social Hall for 3 coffee hour under the foint sponsorship of the Temple Sisterhood, Men's Club and Young Married CoupleAsan •Selichot advices prepare Jews to benefit from the rich religiou> experience of the High Holy Day oeritxl of Rosh Hasbona and Yom K wrm r-. a<95 r^r? •• i' V* • • f \ a ~ %  u s: ROOF LEAK? r A & i \UTOK ro TRUCK TIRES *US*> s 13 95 ^ ^ ^ m ** %  <*, 5 a ^5* aVOOWNai \*& I?7255| .jat -^.-^.-x-ALL TIRES SALE PRICED 13 CCV£Nr\ X! SMB ^ mmmu 1



PAGE 1

Community Leader Sidney Aronovitz Named To Succeed Balaban on Commission Page 1Q-B n j ~ had a cup of coflee and how many donuts he ate Loud and It liar on his 7-W-1735 Citizen Band Equipment, he talked to them Jell the way there and all the way back, while they read the Sun|d;.y papers in their air-conditioned house, and Harvey got a real |fodd sunburn Sam and Edith Margolis brought home the most striking handknit sweaters from Oslo, Norway, for themselves and their two jsons. Rob and Mike The sweaters are white with intricate designs Now they are waiting and hoping for the weather to get roId enough lor them to be worn. • 1-eo Eisenstein and his Nola left last week for a visit with Ifcmily and friends in St. Louis. Mo. From there, it will be tveral weeks of additional vacationing at the Arlington hotel in tot Springs, before the Eisensteins return home. • Gtt (Mrs. Morris? Berick and Evelyn (Mrs. Martin) Rokaw fchatting at luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel Evelyn was babypjtting recently with her grandson, John There were no nnasta games in the cabana Daughter Patsy and her huspand. Dr. Robert Lieberskind were celebrating their sixth anni p rsary in Nassau .. It rained when Charles Jacobson went over to Nassau on the Ml .It rained, so Ruthie and he couldn't shop to their hearts' foment, but Charlie was well content While there, they saw Jarry and Jennie Gordon and the Irv Kalmans and the Sidney greens, Miami, Florida, Friday, September 21, 1062 Section 3 Plans for the Hadassah-sponsored Thanksgiving Fiesta Cruise to the Caribbean on Nov. 21 to 28 aboard the SS Jerusalem are mapped by leaders of the Miami Beach chapter in the offices of Zim Lines. Conferring are (left to right) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gold worm, chapter president, Lillian Goodman, Zim vice president, Akiva Gorier, and Miss Esther Goodman. Reservations lor the seven-day cruise may be made at the Zim offices, 407 Lincoln rd. So. Dade Carnival In Member Fete South Dade Division of National Council of Jewish Women held a membership affair on Sept 19 at Doral Country Club. Some 100 members and prospective members were entertained by a lively, musical skit entitled "The Bells are Ringing." showing prospective members how to put more fun into their lives bv joining Council A Telstar model hung from the center of the ceiling, with ribbons descending to the white and gold centerpieces on each of the 15 large, round tables. The ribbons, inscribed with the theme of the affair, "Council Communicates." were attached to telephones on top of white pedestals. At the base of the pedestals, all Council activities were described in three-dimensional form. Posters and tables located around the room informed guests of the various phases of Council activity At South Dade Division function for National Council of Jewish Women are (left to right) Mrs. A. Budd Cutler. 9490 Easter rd.; Mrs. Henry Cain, 7350 SW 135th ter.; and Mrs. Selig Snow, 12101 SW68thct. Temple Women Slate Orientation Orientation workshops for board members of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood are scheduled for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, from 9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The first session, on Monday, will cover all cultural, educational, and youth activities. This will include adult education. Israeli affairs, book review series, Judaism in the home, library, and youth programs. Presiding will be Mrs Herbert Shapiro, vice president. Tuesday morning session will include all public relations commit tees, such as braille, hospitality, membership, community affairs, and branch activities. Mrs. Theodore Zallcs, vice president, will preside. The third and last session, scheduled for Wednesday morning, will cover all fund-raising committees end administrative activities, including anniversary luncheon, flower fund, book sale, gift shop, bud get, nominations, year book and duties of all officers. Mrs. Max Boderman and Mrs. Leonard Abramson. vice presidents, will preside at this session All three sessions will be held at the Temple's North Branch re ligious school. 727 77th St.. in the Sisterhood lounge and adult education room. Temple r.manu-El Sisterhood members are invited to participate in these workshops. Mrs Sol Goldstein, president, and Mrs Irving Lehrman. founder president of the Southern region of the National Women's League ot United Synagogue of America, will serve as consultants lor all sessions. Mt. Sinai Women Member Coffee Set for Tuesday Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami has issued invitations to prospective members for a membership coffee at Mt. Sinai on Tuesday morning, at 10 a. m. Mrs A. Herbert Mathes. presie'ent of the Women's Auxiliary, will welcome guests. A movie will be shown depicting the many facets of the hospital in which the Auxiliary plays a vital role. Mrs. Edward Roth, tour chairman, and members of her committee will ake prospective members on a guided tour of the hospital. Mrs. John Owen, vice president, will be available for interviews and to help place new members in departments to which they are most suited. The Auxiliary will welcome women of the community interested in becoming members. Further information is available at the Auxiliary office at Mt. Sinai. Mrs Saul H. Mark and Mrs. Charles Milkes are membership chairmen Hostesses for the day will be Mesdames Ralph Duber, Harvey Salomon. Frank Schaffran, ) mend E. Feiner. Joseph Crusn.ir. Joseph Fields and Rose Ross.



PAGE 1

Page 2-B Je*l$r fhridiari Friday, September 21, 1962 Cooking M Corner Mildred G. Bellin MRS. EMU MORTON Mrs. Morton Will Chair Fashion Show Oct. 28 Mrs Kmil Morion has been named chairman of the Dior Israel Fashion presentation to he held at a dinner under the auspices of the Sponsors of Israel on Sunday night, Oct. 28, at the Fontainebleau hotel. As her first step, Mrs. Morton will host a coffee at her home, 1101 So. Shore dr Miami Beach, for members of the host committee on Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Morton and the committee will initiate plans for the fashion presentation featuring the world-famed *. llection of Dior-Israel fashions originally shown in Paris at the home of Baron Edmond do Rothschild, Mrs Morton. Miami resident who has starred in leading operatic rules in Europe and the United Slates, was born in Berlin and studied voice with noted teachers in Vienna. For two years after the war, she was a leading operatic soprano at the Sta.it Theatre in Vienna In 1948. the former Lottie Elwen came to the I'nited States to star in "C-Men" with Dean Jaggers and John Carradine. During a singing engagement in New York, she met and married Miami businessman Emil Morton. They have three young sons. David, Peter and Bobby. Along with being a devoted wife and mother. Mrs. Morton finds time to be active in many civic organizations and to continue her vocal studies. During the past year several requests have been received for directions for making slrudel, the ••real" kind, with the dough stretched as thin as tissue paper Since strudel is a traditional holiday delicacy, this is an ideal time for learning to prepare it. Making the dough for strudel is an art,' but one which can be mastered. Perhaps the chief requirement is patience. That, combined with a gentle touch and practice, can create a strudel dough of which any cook may well be proud. Expert strudel makers have slight! different methods of working which they find helpful. These will be suggested in their proper place. To prepare the dough you will require: 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon vegetable oil Vt cup lukewarm water 1 well beaten egg 1 lti teaspoon salt Sift the flour into a bowl. Combine the oil. water, egg, and salt. Add to the flour and stir to a smooth dough. Knead on a floured hoard for about three minutes. Some cooks like to slap the dough hard against the table several times to aid the kneading process When the dough feels elastic and perfectly smooth, shape into a hall and cover it with a warm bowl. Let it stand for 30 minutes. Now cover a table at least 30 inches square with a cloth, and rub all-purpose flour evenly into the cloth. Place the dough in the center and roll it out as thin a pos* ilile without breaking it. This is the point at which the stretching 1 process begins Some cooks like to spread a very thin layer of oil over the surface before beginning to pull the dough, others leave it dry. Some like to fold the fingers of both hands into the palms, then work with the backs of the hands up. and a dipping up and down motion from the wrists. Others work better with the thumbs inside the palms, the fingers on each hand close together and pointing toward each other The dough rests on the top of the index fingers au is pulled. The palms may he up or down. And still others make a Chapter Chief Slates Report Mrs. Sidney Hittorman. president ot the Miami Beach chapter of, Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital, and Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children at Denver, was to give a report of the 55th annual national convention, which she attended as her chapter's official delegate. The meeting, open to the public and prospective members, was to : he held at Washington Federal Savings and Loan blclg.. Normandy Isle, this Thursday. Mrs. Jerry Resnick. program chairman, has arranged for the showing of a film on the Home in Denver. Miami Beac'n diopter devotes its efforts to support and maintain the national Home's free and non-sec i.:nan medical program devoted t<. the treatment of children suffering from chronic intractable asthma. ,j hi fisl with the thumb inside, and w< rk with palms up. Whichever method you find best, bc gin by placing the hands under ough near the center. Then. vcr v, ver> gently pull and stretch ,, in all directions Work around he table as you pull. This is the part of strudel making which re, 0 ires infinite patience. Even experts work slowly and carefully. If veu hurry, the dough lears. espec ially after it becomes thinner However, until you become an ex perl the dough probably will iear |„ :l few places in spite ot your efforts to prevent i' When it doe-. simply pri'ss the torn edges together but try to keep the seams as thin as possible. When the dough has been pulled as thin as tissue paper cut away the slightly thick er outside edge. Sprinkle the sur f:ice of the dough evenly with two tablespoons of vegetable oil and two tablespoons of fine bread crumbs For this stru. J el we have selected n filling of apple-, which are at their best in early autumn. To prepare it. you will require: 6 large tart apples H cup seedless raisms 1 a cup dried currants >.. cup linely chopped nutmeats i cup sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon Peel, core, and chop the apples si ly. Or. if you prefer, you may cut them into eighths, then' -lice them thin Combine with the remaining ingredients. Place tin.1:11111in a long roll aboul 'inches inside one end of the dough and the lull length of the dough Fold the 2 inches of dough over the filling, Now lift 'hat end of the tablecloth slightly and the dough will roll oxer the filling. Keep lifting the cloth gently until the entire dough has been lolled up. Some cook.like to spread the filling over 2-3 of the dough, but with juicy fillings sue h as apple it is better to have all of it in the center. After the dough is rolled, cut into pieces just a little shorter than your baking pans Crease the pans well, and carefully place the rolls on them with the cut edge underneath. Bru-h tops with more oil. Bake .it ;; legs. P. about 4;. minutes browned. Half-way thi ugh u,, baking, brush again with oil. (-,_,, into piece when cold. This reciw makes 16 generous pie, IS your family happy? Of course! But why not mjfci them happier...at dinner t> night! Have some real old-fash, ioned tasting Kasha, the kind Grandma used to make. It's economical, and as easy as beating an egg and chop, ping an onion. Just folio* the recipe on the WOLffS KASHA package. MAKES YOUR MEAL A FEAST JUSTBESURE YOU SERVE ENOUGH! ,' KASHA %  & GR OATS W& KASHA Velicm, i. nutritlout Brow* Bjt-*heat Groats. Also enjoy WolH Creamy Kernels (grits) Kasha N' Gryy, Kijha Soup. | Wi KASHA COOMOO0 Jjst address request to: Phyllis Wollf, Penn YM, M. t Menorah Women Present Skit Temple Menorah Sisterhood held a general meeting Wednesday evening in the Social Hall. Mrs. .loseph Feldman presented a skit. "Travel Through Sisterhood." narrated by Mrs. Lawrence \\ eston. Cast members were Mesdames Norman Harrow, Al Mechlowitz. Jack Segal. Ben Benjamin. Herbert Kaplan. Harry 1'insky. Haskell Bratter. Leo Sonnenblick. Irving Wechsler and Margaret Blistein. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. Rosh Hashanah in Jerusalem Those who yield to the spell of Jerusalem at New Years time find themselves on the "avenue of history," strolling with David and Solomon. Ezra and Nehemiah, viewing the First and Second Temples, and hearing the Shofar's call a thousand times for a thousand Rosh Hashanahs. Now return to the present, and one of the Simchas of Modern Israel, shown below: the Supreme Religious Center and Chief Rabbinate Court in Jerusalem, dedicated in May 1958. The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive blend of green coflees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans—for deep, dark, delicious flavor. • AWARD HEADQUARTERS for CLUBS, SCHOOLS ORGANIZATIONS • Try Us And You Too Will Be A Winr.er • Buy Direct Frcn Manufacturer •* TROPHIES PLAQUES EMBLEMS HAPPY HOLIDAYS Phone for FREf. Catalogue The TROPHY MEN 859 N.E. 79th Street PL 8-4781 the Simcha Coffee W tiuvu MFffi Of GtMSAl FOODS



PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1 962 tpnist MrrffdTfar Paoe 3-B UNITED FUND X* Special tVtemoricI Anne frank chapter w*i' ^ md leaders on Miami Beach meet at a coffee to disa for the 1962 fall campaign. Talking it over are (left l0 riqhl Mrs. Irving Cypen, district chairman; Mrs. Milton Sirkir -ociate division chairman; and Mrs. Melvin J. Richard, c.-3 chairman. BB Women Will Help Bond Drive lh women will hold u Icadersh i meeting consisting <>f 2i presidi nts of all groups, council, i ir Israel Bond chairmen or I riday, it was announced b; Mrs Gi 1 raid Soltz. chairman of Israel Bi i ds for B'nai B'rith District ."> The meeting will take place at a (it, i ;: thi Israel Bond office. 424 Lincoln Miami Beach, with \ lacl Katzman, chairman of the Women's Division, serving as less Partici ling in the meeting will %  b Mrs (red Reich, president of o has just returned Ion, where she coni national board and role thai local B'nai b'rith men w ill take on behalf of I-:.,. Mrs Ri i h reported thai all tnaj%  annual B'nai B'rith Israel Bonds, and i B'n i B'rith women .i m lar event South Dade Chapter Meeting Smith Dade chapter of the National Cardiac Hospital will hold its first meeting of the year at the Sunset Playdium, 9600 S\V 72nd st., Wednesdaj al 9 30 a.m Presidenl of the chapter is Mrs Michael Keld man. Prayer Services Set at Mt. Nebo Sp< i ial memorial s T\ Ices will be nnducted at Mt. Nebo Cemeterj n Sunday. Sepl i':>. and Sundaj Oft. 7. I The service, in memory of the; leparted, is a traditional custom observed on the occasion of the h Holy Days The holiday sea -on will be launched with Selichot i rvices in synagogues throughout Greater Miami this Saturday at midnight Rabbi Norman N, Shapiro, spin al leader of Beth David Congre• ation, will officiate for members Beth David at services this Sunlav ;>t 12 noon At 2 p.m Dr Josrph R. Narot, spiritual leader of nple Israel, will lead the special rial prayers, Mso scheduled for this Sunday are Rabbi David Rosenfield. Flagirr-Granada Jewish Community i enter. 2:30 p.m ; and Rabbi Max Shapiro, Congregation Beth Kodesh, i p.m. Spiritual leaders who will officiate at the special memorial serv ii Sunday, Oct. 7. include Rabbi Samuel April. Coral Way Jewish Center, 10:30a m.; Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El, in a spec ial dedication ceremony at 11 a in.. •(I be followed by the memorial at 11:30 a.m.; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Temple Mcnorah, 12:30 p.m ; Vnn Prank chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will have a regular meet ins on Tuesday noon at the Park i.ane Cafeteria, 215S SW 22nd st ..in u i ll include the introduction of officers, a report on the national BB convention in Washington, and card games. ^ Before you pack for your vacation Look at ALITALIA AIRLINES' 8 SUNNY HOLIDAYS TO ISRAEL, ITALY, GREECE and a luxurious S 865 Mediterranean cruise. Frt>M SOUTHERN ITALY, ROME, NAPLES, CAPRI (and eholca ol 3 SfjQO week-lonj eitensions at nominal cast), 10 days t w THE CANARY ISLANDS, LONDON, MADRID, ROME, three wonderful SC4Q cities and the most delightful Island vacation under the sun, at W-TW THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT, ROME. Set tht Bible hrou|ht to Hie and JOCT enjoy a relaxing MedllorraMan Cruiso. Fro* u EGYPT, LEBANON, HOLY LAND, GREECE, ROME. $ 995 A comprehensive Holy lond tour by air from LONDON, LISSOM, PARIS, WESTERN ME0. CRUISE. Variety, exciteSTCQ ment and an Idyllic erulst. Fro* '" A PLEASURE CRUISE In tht Mediterranean on Hit limed luxury S7I Q ship Agamemnon, visiting up tt 22 colorful ports and cities. From ^w AROUND THE WORLD MQRfl with Alitalia. From ,suu *" '!• bntt in 17-rfi, raunt trl, Jtt IIHMI UI% fri Miw rk (tH. Oct. I) mi laclutft cnlM ttrti, iiiimnoiiiiin, •! %  For Information and Reservations CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd. (Giller Bldg.) Miami Beach JE 1-1195 John E. Lenard, V.P. Coral Way Ladies Launch Season Mrs Murray Kaye. president, was to conduct the first meeting of the fall season of the Coral Way Jewish Center Sisterhood this Thursday evening. Preceding the business agenda. Sisterhood members, under the direction of Mrs Solomon Lanster. were to present a program dealing With the various phases in the life ol a girl who is schizophrenic. flamingo Chapter Lounge Flamingo chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital will hold it> annual membership social on Wednesday evenina al the Sor rento's upstairs lounge A pro ararn feature is "Price the I'ri i Academy PTA Holds Workshop Newly elected officers and Room Mothers of the Hebrew Academy PTA held a Leadership Seminar and workshop last Tuesday in the • ehool's library. 24(10 Pine Tree Ir. .Mrs. Sheldon Dearr is prescient of the PTA. A special orientation session was •onducled by Rabbi Alexander S Ciross. principal, followed by work I shop sessions in all areas of the school's program. Dr, Samuel Krsolf. professor of : education at the University ol Mi ami, acted as resource specialist for the workshop sessions A mem ber of the Hebrew Academy board of education, his topic was "Are Parent-Teacher Associations Necessary?" : and Rabbi Mordccai Podet. Temple Judea, 1:30 p.m. Mt. Nebo Cemetery is at 5505 NW 3rd ~t.. Miami AJCong. Sabbath Service Slated Members of the Southwest chapter will attend a special American lewish Congress Sabbath service to be conducted by Rabbi Morris A. Skop at Temple Beth Shirah, this Friday evening. Bernard Mandler, chairman of the Metropolitan chapter of the American .lewish Congress, will be the guest speaker Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. president of the Florida Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, and Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, national vice president, will greet guests and members of the conation at an Oneg Shabbat to follow the service-, and will spi ak briefly on tht work of the wot in the American Jev Co ress, At a chapter evening meeting Tuesday in the home ol Mr. Mrs Bernard Mandler. Rabbi Leon Kronish. president ol the Southeast i. ion ill the American .lewish Congress, -poke on "American Jewish Congress itAims and Accomplishments." Guests were -reeled by memberol the planning committee and their husbands. Members of th ecommittee are Mesdames Gerald Schwartz. Howard Lessner, j Kenneth Rosen. Leonard Luria. Sy Drexler and Leo Martin. IN CRICKET CLOTH OR DRIP-DRY BLEND | juniors. show your knees in shorties, please! 9 98 Chestnut Hill does two "shorties" with great flare — one wraps n' buttons, the other swings out from self-belted waist. Both styles in choice of two popular fabrics; cricket cloth (cotton/acetate) in gold, cranberry, olive, grey, navy. Or Dacron polyester cotton in olive, grey, beige. 5 to 15. YOUNG FLORIDA SHOP, JR. SMtMWMI, All Wl BURDINC S STOWS IN MIAMI. THIRD flOOK



PAGE 1

Page 4-B +Jewls*ncri(fcr Friday, September 21, 1962 Temple Planning Tour to Israel A Temple Israel delegation, led by Rabbi Joseph Narot. will take part in the dedication of the Hebrew Union College Chapel in Jerusalem next July, it was announced this week by Mrs. George Graham. Sisterhood president. The pilgrimage to Israel will be the highlight of the 28-day. fivecountry tour sponsored by the Sis terhood. The economy-priced project will include visits to Rome. Vienna. Copenhagen and Paris. Full details will be outlined at a special Sisterhood reception lo be held after the Holy Days for those interested in joining th.Temple group. Treasure Dig' At Ner Tamld Mrs Murray A Shaw, president ol Temple Ner Tamld Sisterhood, announces that a "Treasure Dig welcome back part) on Saturday, 7 30 p m ii Auditorium, preci sen !<• BIRTHDAZE Bonita Ann. first child born Sept II to Mr. and Mrs. Bernd Bend-1 ,„.„„ New lather is Southern regional director ol Brandeis Unlversity Maternal grandparents are, Mr and Mrs. Harry Anise* I aternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gutsx Bendheiro, of New York. South Miami OR? In Fund-Raiser liiuMi-h; attribution of chi nts. games Mrs. Charles Ra of the even! Mrs : Mrs !. %  is Gold [ servuM %  i i • irj • %  %  Ladies to Take Part in Service Temple Sinai evening services this Friday, with Rabbi Daniel M. Low) officiating, will include a special pre-Holy Day candle ritual conducted by Sisterhood members. Participating will be Mrs. Nathan Borrok, Mrs Harold Berger, Mrs Dorothy Stone. Mrs. William Stone and Mrs Harold Shopmaker. On Wednesday evening at 6:30 p m a Brotherhood dinner will be held m the Temple, to be followed v. ,, talk and demonstration by th, \orth Miami rescue squad on the lechni i mouth-to-mouth Sen. Pepper Will Speak to Women S B'r..i \ v Is fust gel %  "' %  %  %  s 3 IS South Miami chapter of 03,r will hold its initial Bond-raising?. fair of the season on Wed,,.:, Sept. 26. at the home of Mrs .. ard Wohlgemuth. Luncheon will start at 11:30 a \ followed by a fashion show Chapter members will modal fashions by Beth Weber, and furs by Adrian Thai. Henrj and Mion, ael will design the hair styles Mrs Ernest Sonnen and Mrs :, Brandt are co-chairmen of the affair. Mrs Seymour Goldsu president of the chapter. Wig Creator To Be Speaker "Wig Fashion Parade.' first its kind in this part of the : i States, will be a program highlight of the luncheon spot the Dade County Medical Auxiliary on Oct. 1 in the D Plaza hotel. "Wigs are considered the of fashion and are being u n quently f'>r daily and evenu said Mrs David i licit) chairman of the a We have invited a i rity, Ruth Regina Bi ach, to display ig explain their i i %  • II to dei %  -.>-: r them in special i ostum s.' Si .i n mi delin I);'... i b will take part in th? '•'• %  le, md coim i ntarj %  Ruth Regina, ii %  • %  %  The new Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin dance at a reception following their marriage on Saturday evening, Sept. 8, in the Seville hotel. In the background are parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure dr., North Bay Village. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Rosa Rubin, of Miami Beach, and the late Joseph Rubin. Now honeymooning in Jamaica, the young couple will live in New York City for a year and then return to make their permanent home on Miami Beach. The bridegroom will join the Riverside Memorial Chapels. The former Miss Zilbert's father is a vice president with the firm. ____ Film of Israel Available Free By Special Report Program chairmen arranging meetings for the coming season will b< interested in a film recorded tiid photographed in full color in Israel. The picture. : Israel." as been shown soi to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods a %  chapters of nation. all over the I ada and the Panan Z ne, ; with Jev enthusiasm of the people of the State of Israel. Holidays in Israel depicts the celebration of Passover and Shavuot in Israel, highlighting the ancient festival customs, many of which vVJGUST BROS Ry £ IS the Bf.ST' 0 are like those in America, and some of which are unique to Israelis Seen w ith the ceremonial obgervance and the national celebration are color shots of the land itself, iwell as of the people The your especially the beaurer -•• al the show. ••Ho'. in Israel is a 28-minpictun mmei ali available to Jewish rg nizations by a leading American t" id company All that : _: ::i committee need do 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 for details and open dates to Film Dept. H. J Heinz Co.. P.O. Box 57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa mentioning that they saw the offer in The Jewish Floridian (5723) BETH JACOB CONGREGATION The Traditional Synagogue on Miami Beach 311 WASHINGTON AVENUE COMPUTILY AIR CONDITIONED INVITES YOU TO ATTEND HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES You Will Hear the Dynamic Sermons of RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN and Enjoy the Prayers with CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES For reservation call JE 1-6150 OrKc again, this year, "in.iv you be inscribed for a good year. And may the year bestow on you and your dear ones the fruitful harvest of peace. of happiness and of health. NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL SCHAEFER'S I LOIUST H0WERS fOR ALL OCCASIONS WEODiNGS, PARTIES. COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICES 14-144 N.YV 7t*AVENUE Phone MU 5-1831 H.J. HEINZ COMPANY^??/ Manyol the 57 Varieties carry on their labels the 1Q) seal of Approval ol mi UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS Ol AMI K,< A



PAGE 1

Fiiday. September 21, 1962 -Jewish FkriJinn Page 5-B f nr.i B'lith Women volunteers are honored at the second annual volunteer program coni by the Greater Miami Jewish Commun••• Center in conjunction with three BBW :::ci!s in South Florida to help the senior ns proqram of the Center. Shown receiv: new silver volunteer pin from Mrs. AlReich (third from right), president of BBW cl 5. for having given service during the %  .: = : year of this program are (left to right) Mesdames Flora H. Sinick, Sadie Steier, Ruth Ostrowsky, David J. Sachs, coordinator of the senior citizens program for the three BBW Councils, Elinor Ellis, and David Shwiller, who accepted the pin in the absence of volunteer Mrs. Lenore Curtice. Two volunteers honored but unable to be present were Mrs. Mary Gerstmcn and Mrs. Muriel Holmes. Ira Steinmetz is senior citizens department supervisor. Volunteers Train To Aid Seniors Second annual volunteer training program sponsored by the B"nai B'rith Women of South Florida for the senior citizens of the Greatei Miami Jewijh_£ommu|iity Gfcntcr was held last Thursday at the Bar celona hotel. Honored for their work with th< senior citizens. Chai chapter mem bers who received a silver pir award included Mesdames Mary (ler.'tman. Muriel Holmes. Sadie Steier and Flora H Sinick. chap ter president. Mrs. Fsther I.imian. Miam Beach Council president, is found ir:j; president of Chai chapter. Chapter activities include a Bibl< study group which meets once ? month. Last meeting was heir •Tuesday a; the home of Mrs. Paul 1 Gaier, 4820 NO. Meridian ave i Chairman of the study group U Miss Jerri Cohen. tor the Nautilus Junior %  I TA fur the coming school rat 1962-63 will be "The Bridge littween." Programs will concen%  U on problems of the adoles •Ann childhood and adultTht (!•• ication celebration of 7h< tndge Between" will be held MI Tuesday evening in the auditorRibbon-cutting ceremony will b( by Stuart Wooley. principal. MrA Rothenbtrg. PTA pres •it 11 Special empha-is will be given ,v i seventh grader as "The Child Arrives at the Bridge" and "Selfation of the Parent by the Sunshine Chapter Meeting Tuesday Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will hold its first fall meet ing on Tuesday, at l p.m.. in thr new Congress Bowl. 1650 NE 124th St.. No. Miami. Program chairman. Mrs. Jacob Wolosin. will introduce all com Parent" chairmen, Mrs. Fred Beckman and mittee chairmen, followed by a This program is a part of the Mrs Norman Harrow. Mrs. M. skit performed by chapter mem study group session planned by Serotta is porgram chairman. bers. Dance for Teens Sunday Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Sholom will sponsor and chaperone a dance for junior and senior nigh students on Sunday. 7 p.m., at the Temple. Refreshments and the latest records will highlight the evenng. with curfew at 10:30 p.m. Nautilus PTA Theme for f 62-'63: The Bridge Between' NEWI WILNO KOSHER SALAMI mm n > %  •„ ^DlLMO %  W KOSHER QUOEDQALAMI All pure. beef Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters Kashruth Qualify Flavor WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2181 N.W. 10th AVENUI Phone FR 1-6551 BALANCED BLEND It's the exclusive BALANCED BLEND that creates the wonderful flavor of MAMSCHEWITZ GEFILTE FISH. The lightness of whitefish balances the richness of pike; the heartiness of selected seasonings balances the fullness of fresh, whole eggs; and superb skill blends all these quality ingredients into the finest Gefilte Fish you've ever tasted. At your store now. MANISCHEWITZ GEFILTE FISH 'an American Promotions Dan W. Eastwood, president of %  an American R;.nk of Miami, anounces the recent promotion of U.hn W. Conboy to assistant vice resident ill the Installment Loan Department ar,d Peter A. Isaia to issistant trust officer in the Trust ")< partmi Qt Deep rich mellow tasty... UCttSS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE 'Look on ** rind mSHLAHD Thn you know you art ftff** tto Q*nutn*-Swss u ,„d nowhen efr.' Buy It sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland! Produced UndeStrict Rabbmictl Supe'viS'On



PAGE 1

Pcge 6-B +Jmist FhrSdten Friday, September 21, 1953 Zionists Should Shun Israel Politics, Hadassah Told • 1 1. ., J I I 1 I 1 I %  1 t I 111 PITTSBURGH — iJTAl Ul Jews have a responsibilit> for Israel." Mrs Siegfried Kramarsky. anal president 1 1 Hadassah, the women's Zionisi organ'zation of America, Monday told the 2,000 delegates 10 HadassaYs 48th national convention, which gathered lor a four-day assembly here Sunda) On the i ther han %  Mrs, Kramarskj asserted in her presidential address, '"it is our belief that the X titles • 1 Israel is the business of tin citizens ol Israel. Hadassah, s :i Zionist organization, will not affiliate itself with anj group which represents .1 political party in Israel.'" "B it, inasmuch as Israel 1also the heart cf the Jewis*i people"' she asserted, "we hope that the day will conic when it will be a normal pan of Jewish life for a proportion of each generation of free Jews to go to Israel, to participate in shaping the character of this land whose history and destiny eternally linked with that of the v hole of Jew ish life." Referring to outbursts of antiSemitism in Argentina, Guaten ; ad Uruguay, the receni anti-Jewish activities among % %  lunatic groups" in Britain, and the continuing antiJewish discriminations in the Soviet Union, Mrs, Kramarsky stated: "We are profoundly disturbed by manifestations of intolerance and .try wherever they appear. Re• demonstrations of anti-Semitism in many countries have caused us the deepest anxiety We do not understand how a world which has known the unspeakable trage humiliation and degradation of the Hitler era can ever again be silent before the menace of anti-Semitism." At another session. Mrs. Samuel W Halp.-in. former national president of Hadassah and now chairman of the American section of the Jewish Agency, told the Hadassah delegates that there is a rising tide of interest in Jewish education not inly in the United States but in all countries of the world where Jews are free to pursue Jewish life "This.'' she noted, "did not exist a decade ago." Mrs Halprin last week returned from meetings Jewish education held in Jer lem, The meetings 'ere attei %  bj delegates from 32 countries. • ularly of the L'nited States. 1 firn only a literate Jew—aware t h:s background, of the ethics the meaning f prophetK teach 1 .:-..—,at trib ition to Amei 1* fS THE TINY LITTLE TEA LEAVES* five fullest strength and flavor! CWHI .i MUb* ;• Caha. TETLET KLEYi INSTANT OR REGUUW MRS. SAMUEL HALPRIN civilization," she said. "To casl off what lies at the base of western civilization—what is fundamental to Judeo-Christian ethics—is show a wanton disregard of a nth heritage and to den> its patrimony to our younger generation." MrHalprin str ssi d that Jewish education "musl encompass the home, the community and the ous schools. In the final %  • .:> -:-. thi school t must I eh it is tli --: %  ... I [i rth nc< pts and pre.that rans 1 >• int • ,. must taki Nothing. 1 • • of words about education : .•; pr gram in : to confuse rhetoric for I ,. ,. ., ., : back the cause %  ish education instead of ad..t.'she-declared she said pp irentl> contradictory .,..; yet developing" trends have in the Jewish com. v-erywhere. hand, 'here is a reogue; there is by pate:.:of the fact must be rooted A-ish lift: that I lure to understand and appreciate Judaism let to inner conflicts, which so beset in g< 1 .ration On the other lov ard assimn and a forfi iture of connec. h the Jewish people Within Jewish education rests the guarthat the as-imilati ry process -; v d and that knowledge r st r< spiritual equilibrium .: set the Je %  al gn iti r 1 se environment." Mrs. Mortimer Jaci bson. national in • : Ha assah, re| ... .. %  months. H :•• [srael ai 1 k in thi I'nin Tin.-, she said, represents rgest the 50 f t h i Hadas a \ nations mat %  --••' Mi lee -.. that ion—part of the Hadas '* University Medical Cenl : in ji ; salem—will he opene i early ln 1963, to "provide a comp te modern diagnostic, consul! teaching service for c and difficult maternity pr ibli She -aid that the pavilion will he the major center In I-i„ foi rals >if difficult probler.:if childbirth ami maternal cat Dr. Ksilman J. Mann, director genera] of the Hadass 1 irganization in Israel. : vention that there will crease in coronary thrombosis arteriosclen sis and dia -tes in intal re-i arch project has bee initi 1 by the Hadassah Me.in n ,-, / tion in partnership with the I" s. National Institute ol H ilth for •"the evaluation ol the and environmental factor* thai ril.de to these diseasi MRS. SIEGFRIED kRAYARSKY Farbcnd Fetes Renowned Actor %  : [urn it it %  ngs and Loan Ass N : n andj Is i • Gibson star I Viddish stage Hos'.s v 1 • 1 son is president ts TETLEY %  ICED TEA IS GESHMAKSTE' NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! travo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-stylel ^CHEESE. Ravioli Mottwr's All Whitefish De lue, •" Mother'* Old Fshlono" Gefilte Fish. Mottwr Food Products, Inc. Ntwirt 5, N J.



PAGE 1

Friday, September 21, 1962 <*. fcw#> florkRan Page 7-B Rational Mizrachi Women Elect Brooklyn Leader NEW P l Brookl By Special Report ,i s Mrs Eli Resnikoff, \ v was unanimousational president of the corner's organizatii n of the 37 h annual nationhe w omen's religorganization came to a Amei :il convi %  ious Z clos. her. this week. Delega %  representing 50.000 mmbl tionallj also voted to mill, n dollar endow %  r i ren in memorj l ra B< sic Gotsfeld, a I h mci ry president of men, who ied in Tel A\i\ "': • •' : •' ''"''' ; to i arry forv ard i hil I Elijah, social service activities in the mlni ;. urged a U.S. initiativi Israel Arab peace ,, :k ..adopted a wide variety • on domestic affairs. v •: %  .. %  • i;: • %  American A rtd -li:p Award" of Mizrachi en. Sen. the end that this infection of hatred The Beersheva School, adopted maj not go unchecked but be treat-; aa a project two years ago, is a cd as ;'ie cancerous condition it is— joint effort of the Mizrachi Worn•• malignancy that must be removen's Organization of America and id by the surgery of action." the Mizrachi Women's Organization The Argentine situation and othof Canada, ers demanding emergency efforts Completing a five-month visit toi with the honorary title of past indent of the Religious Zionists of America, had paid tribute to the late Mrs Gotsfeld, a founder aril honorary national president of the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America, v h I died in Tel Aviv .July 29, as "one (it the great women in all ni Israel s nistors." Mrs. Moses Dyckman, outgoing president, was formally invested were cited by Moshe Kol, world dithe United States on a Fulbrighl nctor of Youth Aliyah, in an apexchange fellowship. Mr. Cailin pea] i i increased effort in the gold defined the task of group work field of a! sorption and training of in Israel as the creation of "a new Kenneth B Sew York, charged the i with adopting a "neution on Mid-East problems. .: ire the keynote session, he ved for a U S initiative in MRS. til RCSNIKOff the current United Nations session "to bring Israel and the Arab powi rs together in direct negotiations.' Touching on the outbreak of antiSemitism in Argentina and other Latin American countries, the Sen Btor called also for forceful l S. action, preferably through the Or ganization Ol American States "to .li '.'. :vh J I uth. Reporting that Israel is now in a phase of total mobilization to ri i ei\ .i ma r mave of immigration from troubled areas throughoul the world, Kol paid tribute to the child can-, social service, and vocational education efforts of the Mizrachi Women'Organization of Vmei ica. The educational program of the organization will be augmented by the opening in late October of the Beersheva Vocational High School tor Girls, the most recent addition lo the network of childrenvillages, huh schools and settlement housesponsored by the organization. Jew, learned m our Torah, proud of his religion, aware of the world in und bun and beauties it contain.-, mindful of his neighbor an loyal to his country; a man with a full, rewarding, active life„whose leisure time actively is constructive and creative. This is the Israeli citizen ol tomorrow." To speed this objective, delegates voted in addition to the 1962-63 budget of $1,285,000 the establishment ol a million dollar Bessie Gotsfeld Endowment Fund for Children, at the closing dinner of the convention. This action came after Israel's Ambassador Avraham llarman. and Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, positional president by the convention which elected a full slate of national officers, and policy making associate and rational board-. Mrs Alfre I Stone, director of Mizrachi activities for Florida, was named assoi iate i I the national board. Beach Auxiliary Sees Israel Film Mrs. Jennie Qerrig, aid to Israel chairman of the Jewish War Veterans' Auxiliary, Miami Beach Post, announces an Israeli night was to be held by the Auxiliary Thursday evening. A film. "Israel." with narration by film -tar Edward G. Robinson, was to be shown. Mi-s Edith Feingold is president. Holiday Service At New Academy th,. i •a', air-conditioned audrtonun l the Hebrew Academy ated during the High i ices on Bosh Hashona Sept 29, at the new buildii Pit Tree dr. \j* (iime • Gross : • kowiti a II %  '• conduct l Vice ir. (I iuilding in. hipl Berkov known I Jewish a lni Since hit States %  %  sei vices in Ne Tin %  liven -' Ii %  Ai Ii chi • %  A< Ii midi ting the Initia .i special service conRabbi Alexander S. ipal, and Murray Ber\, lemj parent, who i Musaf service. Upon £ his eldest child in the BerkowitZ pledged to i first High Holiday ierneu Hebrew Academy This year he is fulfillIge /. a lyric tenor and well .his interpretation of irgy, is a descendant of of rabbis and cantors arrival in the United has conducted holiday various congregations rk. la) sermons will be deninth grade Academy Irving Kuttler, also an rent, w ill conduct the • r\ i< ea -er vices will be conduct%  %  it the new Hebrew %  his coming Saturdaj at Beth Am Ladies In Full Swing Bet Sisterhood iengaged in • reject, which will be a year i activity Thej • cleaning out their closets ai king their clothing to '" • %  : the Nearly New shop. 1 Mrs niel Franco and Mrs. tarius are co-chairmen ect Mrs Stanley Well 1: • man of the children's asses, reports there still a f< ninga available. Mrs rry Hunt her is chairman i project. Mrs Phil S : and Mrs, Herman [sis, ol the cotillion ill meets on Sundays. 14 Tinis open to iris %  • the seventh and 1 '•• ho are members %  announced short--cms for this Retarded School Dpens On Beach ach Jev ish Home and School for Retarded Chilregistration %  \ Lenox The facility will be an all-day nool i. attiring classes until 3 ^ P m Mi Ell Wallman is found Ave S 7tti St (Central Plai) • NW 27th Ave & '9ti fNo i • 5767 Bird Rd c .1 Snon C • 11301 S. Dixie Hwy. Sun.land S.iop. C. • 6190 SW 8th St • 2393 S W. 67th Ave. • 1906 Ponce etc Leon Blvd. • 1753 NE 2nd Ave • -150 NE Kith St • 13020 N E 8th Ave THE FOllOWING STORES OPEN SUNDAYS 9 A M. TO 7 P.M. • 599 W 49th St (Palm Spring* Shop Center) • 500 S.W 8th Street • 18000 N.W. 27th Ave. (Carol City Shop. Center) • 950 E 4th Ave. (Hialeahl • 2501 S W 22nd St. (Coral Way! 321 Opa Locka Blvd. • 167th St. & N.W. 37th Ave Shopping Center • 3050 N W 7th Str*t



PAGE 1

Pcge 8-B +Jelst ftcrkfiar Friday. September 21, 1962 Betsy BE1JY WOMAN OF THE WEEK Betty Mrs. (Morris) Blau admits that she was a tomboy when she grew up in Detroit she liked to go bicyling. ice skating and skiing, and enjoyed all kinds of sports. She began playing golf when she was thirteen. Editor of her high chool paper, she decided to study journalism when she went to the University of Michigan. She did—but that's a:ar a? it went. She met her doctor husband when he was teaching at Wayne University in Detroit. She thinks that she must have liked him right off—they became engaged in five weeks After living in Detroit for a year and a half, they moved to Miami in 1944. At once. they joined Temple Israel. Active in the Sisterhood. Betty also became active in National Council of Jewish Women, a carry-over from her Junior Council days in Detroit, when she helped set up the child care program there during the war years Always interested in what interests her husband. Betty also became active in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital when it was a mere dream. She and her co-chairmen set up the hospital gift shop. Not knowing anything about a project of this type, she set out to learn by looking, inquiring and investigating. She was not ashamed to ask tor advice. As a result. Betty was aided by some of the busiest acd most competent merchants in town. The Blaus have three daughters, and Betty says or.e really hasn't lived until they have lived with teen-agers. Kathy, who is nine, will h?\e to catch up with her sisters. Jane and Barbara. The girls are delifted that their mother realizes they need to communicate with their fntnds—so they have their own phone. The Blaus like to do things as a family. Last year, they went to Europe, and the fun of seeing new places arc' meeting new people was heightened by being together Betty has accepted the adjustments that have to be made in a doctor's household as ;"'art of her way of life. ""He's such a wonderful guy." he said with a .-mile in her voice, "it wasn't hard at all." GRANDMOTHER DOING WELL From Chicago comes the news Monday morning, at 7:35. a 7 lb. 4 >.i.. boy. Jonathan David, was bom to Ronald and Meta Berger. Grandpa Sidney Schwartz reports that Grandma Esther, who is in Cricago. is in fine condition. Sidney joins the ecstatic family in Chicago today. • • THEY HAD SHIRLEY TEMPLES Murray and Ruth Bass entertained at dinner in the Mona Lisa room O! 'he Eden Roc hotel. Against the blue of the table cloths, the red and white carnation centerpieces were exquisite. Shiny red packages ol matches said. "Robert Jay Bass." It was a Bar Mitzvah dinner in bis honor All of his friends had "Shirley Temples'—ginger ale in a champagne glass with a cherry. The grown-ups didn't have Shirley Ti r-iples—theirs could be called Dean Martins. Ruth"s sister and her hosband. Mr. and Mrs Robert Charney. came from New York just so .-t their nephew. Among local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimn.trman, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen. Mr arc Mrs Alfred Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyers. Mrs. Alyce Pincus. and Rabbi c%  Mrs Eugene Labo SIX WEEKS LATER Royal Plage Jonas and h.< wife. Barbara, with their five children. F ddy. Valerie. Shellie, Danny and David, went touring the Great West. They traveled in a fancy new Dodge trailer camper, which sleeps < ght and even has a tel< They went to the Fair in Seattle, st) ed a while in Lake Louise and Banff. Their destination was Winnipeg and Xh: Alpha S gma Mu national convention. Royal had his 0... cheering section right the-e to congratulate him when he was inst;.ih I .isupreme prior it his fraternity. Now. Royal and Barbara ve left the children at home, and have gone to New York on a second vacation to recover fron r Qrsl vacation. DREAMY The luncheon that Ruth i Mrs. David) Rifas gave for her son Har• 'brid< to be. Karer. Kiingerman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua K Lngerman, was lovely or dreamy, according to the guests. Harriet helped her mother receive at their home on Granada blvd. It was a r.rk and white luncheon starting with pink champagne and ending With ice crea mmolds in the form of love birds, hearts, wedding bells. an wedding rings The guests were mostly friends of Karen. Sharon (Mrs. Larry) Parties, a newly wed herself, was there, as well as Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin's future daughter-in-law. Naomi Sudnow. who wi!! marry their son. Joel Susan Jacobson. who soon will be en route to Vanderbilt University. Sona Rosenberg, and Marlyn Hurwitz were among the buests. • • TV WATCHER Mrs. Hatti Spiegel was glued to her television set the night of tU Miss America Beau'y contest. However, she was not in the least interested in watching the glamor girls. She was busy looking at Burt Psrks. her nephew. She says he's just as sweet off the screen as on. She told some of her friends to be sure to watch her nephew. Of course they did. Some of her watching friends were Mrs Ann Anchell. Mrs. May Kurtz. Mrs. Isabelle Stern, and Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild • • • ITS TRUE The Sidney Lewis' have a little scrap of black that they are wild abrut. It's a French Poodle with a white whisker named Chevvie. short for Mon Petit Chevalier. Last week. Florence won a prize—a white r.rk dog leash. Frankel Weds Physician Betsy Ellen Frankel hecame the bride of Dr Sylvan Art Schotz in a candlelight ceremony performed by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor David Conviser on Sunday. Sept 16. The early evening nuptials were held at the Diplomat Country Club, where a reception and formal dinner followed For her wedding, the bride chose a bouffant gown of white peau de soie and white reembroidered alencon lace The bouffant veil with seed pearls was held by a crown adorned with a fountain of crystals, and she carried white orchids on her confirmation Bible decorated with he rloom lace and touches of pale pink and blue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her man Frankel, 7:K> W. 50th St., the bride was atter.dei by her sistei Candy Frankel. and Sheila Kagan. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Max Schotz, of Brooklyn. N Y. Dr. Etnanuel Stadlan served as his best man. and ushers included D." Morton Bramson. Dr Robert Levine. Arthur Si Manuel Bardash. and Samuel Hoffman. The new Mrs. Schotz is a grad uate of Miami Beach High, attended college in Rochester, and is now a student at the University of Miami. Her husband graduate.-) magna cum laude from the College,of the City of New York and receive his MD degree from the State L'niver sity of New York College of Medicine. Now a practicing physician Wei ner-Kahn MRS. SXLVAN SCHOTZ in Miami Beach. Dr. Schotz is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Delta Epsilon fraternity After a honeymoon trip to Mexico. San Francisco and the World's Fair in Seattle, the young couple will live at 1*>87 Bay dr Presner, P.obin Exchange Vows On Sunday evening, Sept. l former Estelle D. Robin and c-rt Allen Presner exchanged tial vows at Tifereth Israel the RobnupConf *> k*V gregation, with Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman officiating. Following a reception at the Temple, th,newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip to Jamaica. Parents of the young couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robin, 2250 SW 28th St., and Mr and Mrs. Samuel L. Presner, 6500 SW 14th st. For her wedding the bride chose a tlniT-length gown of peau de soie with scooped neckline of imported alencon lace and a train trimmed in alencon lace. Matron of honor was Mrs Jack Robin, Maid of honor was Miss Marcia Drost, and bridesmaid. Mrs. Fred Fleishman Dr. Donald I. Presner served as his brother's best man. and ushers were Jack Robin, the bride's brother, and Harvey Presner. brother ol the bridegroom. A graduate of Miami Senior High, the former Miss Robin attended the University of Florida Vice president of Tsion BBG, she is a life member of Tsion and BBYO Council A graduate of Cora; Gables High, the bridegroom is now a member of Southeast Florida Dental Technicians Assn.. and a member of the Army Resen ••New address for the yi i2780 SW 31St Ct, Tendlers to Live On San Marino The Dupont Plaza hotel was the site of the nuptials uniting Moree Lou Kessler and Gilbert Tendler on Sunday. Sept. 16. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated .it the if; noon ceremony, which was follow cd by a reception and seated i.i ner in the hotel. After a .honeymoon trip to N'i-, sau. the young couple will live ii 109 1st ter San Marino Island Daughter Of Mrs. Thelma Ke-, ler. 962 SW 70th ave., the brie v. i, given in marriage by her br Alan Kessler. Matron of h was Mrs. Ted Dortch. the bride groom's sister. The bride's nj Pamela Kessler and Susan K••-, ler. served as junior bride.-n., i and flower girl. Mrs. Max | and Mrs. Alan Kessler were charge of the guest book. The bride' selected a tradil wedding gown with a bouffant ar.d overskirts of tulle topped v alencon lace extending to a i train. The fitted bodice and him of alencon lace feature in illusion neckline trimmed w Ii pearls and long sleeve.-to point. The two-tiered French i!'lived appliqued wi'h alencon lace fell from a pearl tiara, and she ried white orchids, stephanotirl lily-of the-valley on a Bible. The new Mrs Tendler is a g uate of Miami Senior High and il tended the University of Flot I ar.d the Coronet school ot :: i i ling Her husband is the son ol and Mrs. Harvey Tendler Washington ave. A graduate I M ami Beach High, he attended tie iversity of Florida and hi.. BBA degree from the l'niveri Miami. His fraternity is Ta silon Pi. F.rwin Tendler. the brtdegl i brother, served as his best man MRS. ROBERT PRESVER SIS WILLENS Co-dially invites you to sec DECOR IN PAPER FINE PERSONALIZED STATIOMERY 4 INV TATIONS for every occasion R.S.V.P. PI 9-3975 any time Another Course in Modern Goren Point Count Bidding and Ploying will begin on Friday, Sept. II, at 2 P.M., promptly at Mf Clubhouse. This it an excellent opportunity to become • competent, sought after, Bridge Player. Call JE 2-6223 for reservations since classes are limited. Enrollment fee: $15 for 10 lessons. Venetian Isle Bridge Club 1929 Bay Road, Miami Beach MRS. GILBERT TENDUH Open 6 45 RRY-THOMAS i, r oV YW 0 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 94401 CORAL GABLES COHVALESCEHT HOME "A Fnendly and Gentle Atmosphere tor Thote Tou Love" • !r1?. U "e,.! IC $I ED NU S"G SIRVICI • SPECIAl OUTS OBSERVED • AU ROOMS ON GROUND ROM • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • SPACIOUS GROUNDS | SCREENED PATIO Femlnand M. Ro.onthal. Director.Owner r Wr r Jew,,n"H„^„ ?"' PC.ev.Und A %  r. jeaisn Hum. tor A K ed. Pltmburnh 7060S.VV. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363



PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1962 +Jewlst DcrkHan Page 9-8 (Zk cirwiin gly PP i A MONG guests at the Conquisroorn Of the Doral ;l • club for elegant Saturdaj ni.ht dining last weekend .,,:,,. || ( John Fellers. Mrs. Fellblack, and topped her ith an iridescent sequin ,r Black was also worn In MrIrving Sussman. Her chiffoi %  ss featured a scooped with a softly-gathered i and sheath skirt. \l,. Edward Woods chose a oygashel linen sheath. ... and with a scooped necklint. her bodice was tucked into •• ii swirls that had white eads and small crystals detail)i the lines. The popular (I white check is usually not setn <>n chiffon; but Mrs. Maurici Waldorf wore one such with inserts of black chanti lace. White sheer wool by Mrs. Charles RosenHer sheath featured the i eve that ended at the elbow • "il her neckline was the Bteau. Whiti • mbossed cotton knit was the chi ce of Mrs Paul Wechsler. :h followed the sleeveless, hijh neck classic lines. Mrs Har Barkowiti selected a black -;lk cn-pe sheath with an inverted sweethtarl neckline. Nile green • seen on Mrs. Irwm Weissn an Her brocaded sheath Has h._h necked and sleeveless. The Oriental influence was definite in the wine-colored satin brocade i rn by Mrs Norman HarH>H A diagonally-slashed line on her rod ice was appliqued with self-fabric "frogs," and her neckline was I modified mandarin. • • |u|RS. David Lewis' black cotton sheath featured a slashed front neckline which plunged to a decollete back line. A foliage print ir, tones and shades of blues choice of Mrs. Arthur Her silk chiffon gown feadecollete neckline, boutfanl skirt, and matching stole. Mrs Lips in*s choice for the was a sleeveless black silk i pe sheath with a lowneckline. x d white were combined eometric print worn by K ip ll.nv Her cotton id its own matching huh u is banded in a red braid. Mrs Roy silk -runtime was in a shade u peacock blue. au neckline plunged low in the back, while her skirt followed the sheath silhouette. A vivid multi-colored floral print on a background of white silk was worn by Mrs. Irving Newman Her fitted bodice had a modified draped bateau neckline which tapered to a decollete line in back. • Mrs Milton Goldberg chose a black matte jersey with a high rounded neckline Her sheath was softened with vertical radial ing lines from the waist. On one side only, they eased both the bodice and skirt silhouette. White silk shantung was worn by Mrs Irving Schwartz. Her jacket dress ensemble featured a bodice of red and white silk surrah in an abstract print The short tail ored jacket had deeply notched peak lapels, and a touch of the print was seen in a small applique on one side. Mrs. Joseph Krefetz wore a black imported cotton that at first glance looked like peau de SOie. Her fitted bodice was Bleeveless, and her skirt was completely tiered in deep. full, self-fabric ruffles. MISS SUSAN WARRiN Warrens Reveal Susan's Betrothal Mr and Mrs. Alvin Warren, of 9341 Day dr.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Susan, to Ivan Marlenu. 9370 E. Bay Harbor dr.. son of Mrs. Mimi Marleaux, of Las Vegas, Nev The bride-elect is a graduate of Miami Beach High, attended the University of Oklahoma, and is now a student at the University of Miami. She is a member of Sigma Delta Tau social sorority. Her fiance has a degree from the University of Miami and is teaching at Bay Harbor Elementary School. The couple plans to be married at the Seville hotel on Dec. 26. Loebs Reveal Two Betrothals Mr. and Mrs. Irving Loeb, 121 SW 31st ct., announce the engage ment and approaching marriage of their daughter. Sylvia Ruth, to Dr Herman Centner, of 1782 SW 9th st The bride-elect, now employed by the Clerk of the Circuit Court, is a graduate of Brooklyn College Son of Frank Centner, Miami Beach, and the late Mrs. Helen Centner, the prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Columbia University and has an associate in arts degree from the University of California. The young couple will be married on Dec. 24. Mr. and Mrs I.oeb are also announcing the betrothal of their daughter, Marilyn Shirley, to Richaid Allan Bloom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bloom, 951 Jefferson ave. The future bride is a graduate of Miami Senior High and Rollo University of hair design. Her fiance is serving with the U S. Navy aboard the USS Northampton. A December wedding is planned. Rabbi Abramowitz to Appear Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader of Temple Menorah, will appear on the Worship Hour, WLBW, ch. 10. at 11 a.m.. on Sunday. He will conduct portions of the High Holy Day services of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. Liturgical portions will be offered by Can, tor Edward Klein, assisted by th Temple Choir under the directioa of Eli Samuels. I 1 Beth Jacob Has Special Service Beth Jacob Congregation will hold its first annual High Holiday memorial services at the Beth Jacob grounds of the Mt. Sinai Cemetery on Sunday at 1 p.m. All members of the congregation and families are invited to the services in memory of loved ones. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will be assisted by Cantor Maurice MamBrocklyn Rites For David Stahls Marriage of Miss Fern Hammersmith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hammersmith, of Sea Gate, Brooklyn, NY., to David Stahl took place on Sunday evening. Sept. 2 Rites were in Brooklyn at th Jewish Center on Kings Highway, with Rabbis Norman Siegel anil Myron Rakowitz officiating. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stahl. of 2900 Br.ck.jl. ave.. Miami Mrs. Judy Denenberg was matnn of honor. Miss Marcy Schorr served as maid of honor, and Leonard Bobrow was best man. Bridesmaids included Lois Kaplan. Susan Leavy and Marsha Miller. L'-hers were Peter Leavy. Jay Kitanik and the groom's brother. Milton Stahl. The young couple both attend thft University of Miami, and will graduate in January. They just returned from a honeymoon in Bermuda, and are presently living in Coral Cables at 12S2 So. Alhambra Circle. ches in a program also to include services for the martyrs of Nazism. Home Auxiliary To Open Season Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, will hold its first monthly meeting of the new season Tuesday noon at the Algiers hotel Message of welcome will be given by Mrs. Laurence Silverman, president. Brief reports will be presented by project chairmen, including Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary president, and building and fund chairman. Program chairman. Mrs. Ixniis Makovsky. will present members who will display their talents as singers, dancers and musicians. 1 For Elegant FunctionsComplete Catering Facilities lor that Special Party served In superb fashion within a luxurious setting that wilt reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tate or a gala celebration with 3,500 euosts. Supervised Kosner ottering Available QDEAUVILLE BILL GOLORINO. Encutiv. Pood Diraclor PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON I ME OCEAN AT 7lh STREET. MIAMI BEACH VOICE-CULTURE MUSIC CANTORIAL STUDIES CANTOR & MADAM MARCHBE1N-MARBINY Now in MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Famed Opera and Concert Star-singtrs of Milon, Rome, Naples, Ports Operas. Teacher of Star-cantors and singers. Pedagogues and Professors of Italian Music Conservatory. Dean and Director of New York's School (or Cantors, will conduct the School. Students accepted for courses in Voice-culture, Breath-control, all branches in singing and music. All subjects in Chazunoth for Bal Tefillah and Cantor, leading to Diplomas. Opera and Concert repertoire taught. FAST RtSUlTS. REASONABLE RATES. Phone 538-5352, or write: P.O. Box 452, Miami Beach, Fla. NOW Us' To hove your fun restyled re paired or rolinad — while tumatef pricee prevail. Wo also do cleaning, •>*'" dyeing and bleaching wo woulel bo glad to '*• you o froo esM mate ot homo If unable to eons* to the store call HI 4-2155 ...DAVID SMILEY, FUR! 2688 Corol Way, Miami Fie. ^ $ $|||s?7 ^DcnJ J-lowcrs ^^Bf^.^ for tln> Jewish Holiday* : ^^^$^m : SIPECIA.L! ^^ £ Expertly Designed • CENTERPIECE OF ASSORTED FLOWERS i.5 up • VASE ARRANGEMENTS l.5 up • CORSAGES ••** up • FRUIT BASKETS *•*• U P ALGIERS FLORIST 2513 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 4-2907 Delivery Anywhere Flowers By Wire Charge Accounts Invited ...but FOR KEEPS I Now your family can have a Bfetime hold on their home wttfi Liring Insurance) by Equitable. Ad Equitable Mortgage Repayment Plan pays off the mortgage If you die—prevents forced sale, loss of equity, rental to strangers. Moat important, it mean* a ctfCattnesna life for your family in a home or their own. To learn more about how you can help kt*p your family in their home. Just oil your Man from Equitable*. CALL OR WRITE SIIIM'Y S. KRAEMER Living Insurance by Equitabla 245 Representative Associated with the W. L Pearson Agency S.E. 1st Street, Suite 220 — Miami 32, Florida FR I-.-!I THE EOUITABIE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of THE UNITED STATES



PAGE 1

Page 10-B vJewisfi ftcrid Haiti Friday, September 21, 1962 Miami Commission Picks Aronovitz To Succeed Vice Mayor Balaban Miami attorney Sidney Aronovitz will join the Miami City Commission as a member on Oct. 1. He will be filling the post of Commissioner Henry L. Balaban. who is resiyniny; to become a circuit court judge. Vice Mayor Balaban defeated incumbent Judge Phillip Goldman in the May election here. Balaban u as not slated to take the bench until Jan. 1. 1963. but Judge Goldman Tuesday announced his own resignation, effective Oct. 1. Judge Goldman said he was resigning because he does not favor lame ducks, on the bench or anywhere else. The Miami City Commission accepted Vice Mayor Balaban's resignation early Wednesday. Mayor Robert Kmg High almost immediately nominated Aronovitz to fill the vacancy effective Oct. 1. Aronovitz is the nephew of the late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz. of whom Mayor High was a "political protege." Aronovitz told The Jewish Flcridian late Wednesday thai "I didn't sick the post. It came suddenly, and was all the more surprising and gratifying." Aronovitz said he was "particularly gratified" because ol the! •'swift acceptance" by the Commission and the unanimous vote of his approval. Among his many and longtime civic, philanthropic, and cultural affiliations. Aronovitz is a past chairman of the Dade County Zon-' ing Board of Adjustment, appointed successively by Governors FulRetired Policemen Hold Social Here Shomrim of Florida. Retired Jewish policemen, a recently-formed social gorup, was to hold its first fall meeting this Thursday. 7 30 p.m. at the Southgate Towers. 900 West ave. Refreshments were to be served, and active and retired policemen and their wives were invited. Saul Metz. secretary-treasurer. was in charge of reservations. He is a founder, board member, and olficer of Cedars cf Lebanon Hospital, the fourth floor of which wUl be named toe Abe Aronovitz Heart Pavilion in memory of his uncle. Aronovitz is a former chairms n of the board of the Bank of Dade County. He is a past m e in b er ol the Kecu ve committee and currenl member ol the board ol \ ivernors ,f the Greater Miami Jewish Fed%  ration. He serves on the regionol board and executive committee of the Florida office ol the Ann Defamation League ol B'nai B'rith. SIDNEY ARONOVITZ ler Warren, Charley Johns, and LeRoy Collins. In 1950. he served as president of the junior section of the Dade County Bar Assn. He is a past president of the Florida Federation of B'nai Brith Lodges and a past president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith Aronovitz ir a past president of Beth David Congregation and past president of the Hillel Advisory Council here, which was responsible for the construction of Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. Russians Memorialize Poet LONDON — (JTA) — A street in the Soviet town of Vitebsk, which, lullowing the Soviet revolution, had been named for the late Yiddish poet Morns Vintchevsky. has now been completely rebuilt and renamed "Morris Vintschevsky Avenue." it was reported here from Moscow. Wigs and Furs Keynote Fashions Wigs anil furs will be featured exclusively al a free desert and fashion show open to the public this Friday at Miami Shores Country Club. Sponsored by the new Biscayne chapter of National Children's Cardiac Hospital, the affair will be of particular interest to young women ir, Keystone Islan Miami Shore-. North Miami and North Miami Beach, the areas the new chapter will serve Among members who will model in the show, starting at 12 15 p.m., are Mrs. Jack Axelrod and Mrs Gordon Engel. Founding president of the new Biscayne chapter is Mrs. Charles Held. Jr. Other officers include Mesdames Howard L'llman, Jr.. Edward Goldstein. Jerome Silverman, Jack Raffel. .lameRodenberg, and Maynard Ross. Robert Rubenstein, secretary and chairman of the chapter comni'ttee for the nationally-known, nonsectarian hospital devoted to rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children, will also speak at the lire desert and fashion show. ex p!ainina the role and opportunities of working in support of Children's Cardiac Hospital. 4 i i m* Mrs. Jack Axelrod (left 1 and Mrs. Gordon Engel in straight sable and azurine violet stoles, respectively, with Mrs. Axelrod wealing a red smooth hair-do wig, while Mrs. Engel sports z black modified bubble. Beth David Plans New Facilities House committee of Beth David Congregation met Sunday to finalize plans for addi'ional expansion ot facilities at Beth David. Co-chairmen are Max Silver and Julius Spector. according to Lewis Sternshein. president. Also on the committee are Sun %  ie! I'uder. architect who drew the plant for the conversion of existing Beth David facilities into a vot'th lounge, and Harold BerkMichael Covin, Leonar.l Gordon. \be KTSOW. Samuel Ostrowsky. Ar•hus Rosinek. Max Jacobson. and Kmanuel Smith > Hound Dog Derby Sunday Fourth annual Hound Dog Derby sponsored by the North Miami Jaycees at the Biscayne Kennel Club will be held on Sunday. Gates will be opened at 12:30 p.m.. with post time at 2 p.m. Ten races are scheduled, and trophies will be given the masters of the winning canineGuest stars include Skipper Chuck of ch. 4: Banjo Billy, ch. 10; and Herb Hirsch. of Bozo's Buddies, ch. 7. There will also be clowns, and cotton candy will be ed. Sholem Lodge Slates Breakfast Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold a membership rally Sunday morning at a breakfast at the Park Lane restaurant. 2155 Coral Way, Milton Hahn, membership chairman, said that Nathan Perlmutter. director of the Florida office ot the Anti-Defamation League, will be guest speaker Breeskin at Judea Barnett Breeskin. conductor am! music director of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra, will serve as music director of Temple Judea. Coral Gables, during the High Holy Days, it was announced by Cantor H. Richard Brown HOLIDAY GRltTINGS CHEESES and GOURMET FOOD Hickory Farms of 0h?o America's leading Cheese Stores 5715 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI SANKA COFFEES WISH ALL JEWISH PEOPLE A TASTE HAPPY NEW YEAR! PURE HEARTY COFFEE Still 97% caffein-free Enjoy ALL the IltD TEA #£ sweetened with CllflffflllP CALORIE-FREE jUIJ 1 ? !" GAIN AN OUNCSt ( f ,. lives every i coffee for poo: good col .' %  atiho % % %  %  !! %  — stauiMftM INSTANT SANKA NOW AVAILABLE IN A NEW 8 OZ. SIZE ... • •I ?



PAGE 1

Friday. September 21. 1962 +Jm>isti nnrUdlSrir Page 11-B > Dacitcsu Camp Being Neglected (II (JTA) — A fresh pro. l, dged with the Bavarian ,[r ;. iv of the Interior this that the notorious : concentration camp, near ibeing neglected in%  being marked aa mem, thousands of martyrs kill, luring the Nazi regime, The protest was filed by the i for Free inn and Right, a • member of the Central l,on of Democratic ResistFighters and Organizations of ., utees. should !"• marked properly rding to the complaint, Da,. ii was the first ami one worst of Nazi concentration While there is a memorial Dachau crematorium, the • the area is neglected, ac: lo the protest, some ot %  nor Nazi death hut.being r living quarters, while sevsaloons are located on the •ite complaining organization alMinistry has not carried ., i mus promises to care for properly. Checking the script of "Early Bloomers.'' a rollicking musical by Bob Brenner and Bob Rosen, now in rehearsal by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholoin, are Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Jerome Greene, chairman of the summer theatre proiert. At the piano is co-author Rosen, with co-author Brenner, director of the production, standing right. The production will be presented on the evenings of Saturday, Oct. 27, end Saturday, Nov. 3, in the Temple Auditorium. Mrs. Marvin Cooper is in charge of ticket sales. Proceeds will be contributed to the Sisterhood's religious school subsidy fund. Cemetery Assn. Slates Services %  %  • pr • %  lent of imi Cemeterj thai the associi tion is Kth annual public $< n ices to be held Sun • %  ,ii wish Section "t W ncterj 3260 SVi Bth %  ii ,i in and at Mt. Sinai Park Cemetery, 1125 NW it 2 p.m. %  • %  Jewish Section 111 be conducted bj %  .. V rman Shapiro. Max Slia i • Schiff, i ih i n chain;!, tl Servici at Mt Sinai Park Ci "• et rj I j Rabbis Solomon Max Shapiro. Joseph E Da\ i Lehrfii n Seil lanting parti il | ravi r i hairs ill • ii memorial pi I •. (; t is | the Mt. Sinai Mi i %  ter> ( • chairman ol the Secti n -> r\ i< es Sand-Ell Adds Partner to Firm f San'-l Mian B ich. has • me < : • %  sai I i • %  \ No %  • staurant. and catshmi i I. Siegi I i as at i pr In Royal Cat< n Siegel Kosher Caterers ol d, Fla for three years Ihe son of a shochet and 'mi Shabbas." and Sand-Ell lizes in kosher-catered wed-1 Bar Mitzvahs, and other socinctions Weiss and Siegel this week an' they are now making ar ments to operate the dining 1 "' "1 of an oceanfront hotel as ex• caterer New Chose Federal Branch new South Dado office of Federal Savings and Loan will open Oct. 1, across from and Shopping Center, at the isj huh o| North Kendall dr and 1 S l Manager for the new ofjJW is Donald P. Parker, a native Miamian and a resident of the Southwest community. EB Youth Aid Variety Hospitcs! i'i tty, four-}eai i Sand; No en, dai I >l Mr, and Mrs. M ][. Wcoten, 6567 SW 5 rd Ii r accepted a donation for Varil ty Children'Hospital at a meeting ol B'nai B'rith on Monday evening at the .Jewish federation bldg This contribution represents the proceeds of the area wide Tag Daj recently conducted for the hospital by the girls and boys of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Mi-s Wooten is representative of the thousands of children of Greater Miami who have been treated In the clinics and emergency rooms of Variety Children's Hospital without having to become bed patients there Victor Levine, local attorney and member of the governing body of the Variety Club of Greater Miami, sponsors of the hospital, was guest speaker at the meeting. Dr. Lehrman on Television Dr. Irving feaftrman, spiritual Ii ;. lor ol Temple Emanu-EI, will -i" ak on "The Message of Rosh bona" on the "Still Small Voice" program over WCKT. eh. i Id a ni Sunday. Cantor Hush \i ler and the Temple Kmanu-El choir will assist Dr. Lehrman This program is sponsored weekly by tin Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn, Zhaptcr Opens Season North Shore chapter of B'nai B'rith Women held its first regular : g Monday afternoon in the Seville hotel. Orkin Company Receives Award The orkin Exterminating Company was presented an award this week by the Research Institute of America, one of the world's largtst private industry-supported busin.-advisory organizations, in recognition of the contributions they have made in furthering business research and in stimulating personal and professional growth ol their people Karl Geiger, vice president in charge of sale-, accepted the award on behalf of the company from L. L. Brown, account executive for the Research Institute of America DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONES (just as they always have] Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs-on your table. It's a good family custom Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life today I good dairy to^you from



PAGE 1

Page 12-E *Jmrtstl ftcridSan Friday. September 21. 1962 Duality of Past and Future in Vital Israel Today By ABRAHAM PENN ABBA EBAN has observed that ^* the twin intellectual enthusiasms of Israel today are science and archaeology, the one plumbing the "mysteries of the future" and the other rediscovering the "memories of the past." Perhaps nowhere in Israel is this dualism more striking than in Jerusalem, where, for example, the Hebrew University is simultaneously the repository of the Dead Sea scrolls and the laboratory for some of the most startling advances in scientific investigation. landscape Reflections But it is not only on the lofty plane of intellect that Jerusalem laces toward past and future, at the same time. The landscape itself reflects it. The sepulchre of King David atop Mt. Zion looks down on vast new building projects in the latest architectural style The children of Mea Shearim. "payos" framing their heads, crowd into "chedenm" reminiscent of an Eastern European "shtetl" of a century ago to study Talmud, while other young men of Jerusalem take the bus to the CRT school on the Streets of the Prophets to learn electronics. And while nowhere do the centuries co-exist as strikingly as here, the signposts all point to the future. On the mundane economic level, the Ministry of Commerce has designated the city a development area, destined to become one of the primary industrial sectors of the country. The big news for the inhabitants of Israel's capital, so far as livelihood is concerned, is that JeruAbba Eban, Israel's Minister of Education, completes an inspection of the largest vocational school in the Middle East, the ORT Center at Tel Aviv. The former Ambassador to the U.S. spent several hours viewing the well-eguipped workshops, laboratories and classrooms which teach skills to 1,500 persons annually. The Tel Aviv ORT School, built by Women's American ORT, is one of a nationwide network of trade schools maintained by ORT in 22 cities and towns ol Israel. salem has been converted in recent months from a labor surplus area into a labor deficit area, with critical shortages in many skills. Plant and factory construction already projected promises to strain the limited skilled manpower supply still further. Time-Fusing Capacity Those broadened economic horizons have rocused a new attention on vocational education. Yet it is typical of the city's pervasive time-fusing capacity that the ORT center for training in modern industrial technology should overlook the Jaffa Road, which was ancient in the days of Solomon. The school's original building is a seventy-five-year-old structure where, according to the guide books. Theodor Herzl once conferred with Kaiser Wilhelm. Around the historic site, which served as the residence for the District Governor under the Mandate, is rising a complex ol straight-lined glass and cement buildings. The plans now materializing call for multiple classThe Bon Mot Cub Pock of Dade Heights Cub Scout Pack 402. sponsored I by Dade Heights Jewish Congre-! gation. was to have its first meeting for parents only this Thursday. 7 p.m., at the synagogue. Last year's Cubs are being given preference on rejoining because the number of openings is limited. rooms, shops arrayed with highspeed lathes and other complex, precision machines, laboratories to house electronic devices and a separate section for auto-mechanics. The expanded school will double the present enrollment capacity. The view from the original house is toward Jordan across NoMan's Land: less than 500 yards sway armed soldiers are on perpetual patrol But the yard below is filled with the confident bustle of new construction which is so indicative of the accelerated tempo of today's Jerusalem. Master Plan This construction proceeds according to a master plan that envisages a many sided technical education center, with day and evening sessions tor some 600 students The plan includes replace ment of the. completely inadequate auto-mechanics sheds and workshops and the effecting of architectural harmony among the various buildings. When the school was opened in !949. the first students were demobilized soldiers of the War for Israel's Independence. Today a great proportion are immigrants who arrived after 1949. A recent study showed that the languages used in the homes of the pupils, besides Hebrew, included Arabic, Yiddish. French. Spanish. Persian. Ladino and Hungarian among others, testifying to their variegated origins Half the students are either from North Africa or Asia. For nine out of ten of these young men. education will terminate with the ORT school. Hence the school's concern is with an inclusive education and with cultural activities. The four year secondary course offers, beside technical subjects. Hebrew, mathematics, history, literature, sciences, aimed at creating a common fund of knowledge A v.tf you MADI n MAZII jovr Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices mo Shortening AND HAPPY NEW YEAR .. .To our Jewish friends throughout the land with and a common orientation toward Israel's society. The school's director employs more technical language to describe its operation. As an example, he tells about the students in auto-mechanics. During the first year, their curriculum is a general introduction to machine and work technique. In the .-•. ond year, they begin their speciality with study of the internal combustion engine, its theory, fun< tions. parts and repair. The thud year takes them further into (he realms of the bear bo\. brakes etc. The final year is devoii the diesel engine, electrical \tems. etc. All this nine youngster is working on cars, trucks and jeeps brought in !y outside customers so that bj time he graduates, he has practical experience with a fttodf cross-section of the heterogem transport of Israel Fducation is the great leveller and integrator of Israeli life instrument par excellence li i transmission of valves and attitudes essential to the building 11 the new society of so many con glomerate human elements Thi vocational school, with its technological specialization. contain" the added dimension ol the practical knowledge that relates the youth of Israel to the country's emerging industrialism. Goal for Education Hence the ORT school is simultaneously a center for prepara tion in Jerusalem's new industries and a transmission belt tor the humanist values that are Jerusalem's heritage. This is in line with the goal for education in Israel as recently defined by Abba Eban: "Few productive tasks in today's tech nological society can be accom. panied without formal systematiz-*. ed education. Beyond these cal culations of prudence lies the vis ion of excellence which can only be achieved in a society wh


PAGE 1

Friday. September 21. 1962 "Jetfisft n-rrHirtr Page 13-8 Ben Gurion Eyes Future of Education in Israel JTA— Direct Teletype Wire jALEM — Prime Minister David Ben-Guriod pledged Tuesday would provide free secschooling within five years miversity education withten years Speaking at a teachers' union convention, the Prime Minister said Israel's minimum goal must be a university education for all Israelis able to benefit from it. In spelling out these goals, he urged a •permanent revolution in our lives against the established facts." He stressed that "all our past achievements were due to a rejeeity and on our Inslsiance en fight-: mg for the ideal." He urged the teachers to set a personal example" and not imitate "higher income groups," in an apparent reference to the battle for higher salaries which led a wide range of professionals—including teachers— to strike during the past year. "The fateful question facing us is what kind of a people will be | living here in twenty years." he '< told the teachers The answer, ha said, lay in education. He said the main challence was that o( lifting the educational levels :l youths coming from oriental court* tries. He acded he believed that teaching personnel for Israel's educational nee Is could be drawn from Jewish communities in the frej world. THE COLGATE PALMOLIVE COMPANY wishes one and all a JOYOUS ROSH HASHANAH %  i =.--. £^%<^ : : eft QUALITY & PURITY ^ VALUE Put these star products of Co/gate Palmolive Company on your holiday shopping list Year round, too! NEW HEAVY DUTY FORMULA FAB Washes clothes not just clen but clean clear through! KOSHUt ANO rvt rStm Bit? 1 NEW AJAX LIQUID VEL Unsurpassed for active cleaning and bleaching power. Bosnia AND r ve. Meat and dalr/ dishes sparklethanks to exclusive *UfiS' greasa Cutter contained in Liquid Yfl> KOSHI* AND rARVC PALMOLIVE SOAP Now more than ever, you can be ( ounger looking with mild, mild almolive. enriched with beaut/ cream Or familiar Pastel Green Palmolive.



PAGE 1

Page 14-B -.knl&nr-rlMTir Friday, September 21, 1962 As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, Home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. Lee Mills hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's parSaturday morning services, Sept. nl22. at Temple Ner Tamid. will include the Bar Mitzvah Of Lee, son Susan Jacobs of Mr. and Mrs Jerome B. Mills. Friday evening services, Sept, lti.-.n Daytonia id., with Rabbi F.u21, al Southwest Jewish Center will include the Has Mitzvah ol icobs who will conduct the and deliver a sermo school. A reception in bis honor will follow the services. Max Corndorf v. \mi I Corndorf will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, .sept. 22. at Congregation lief; El, with Rabbi Solomon Schifl officiating. • Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chaim Corn dorf, 2025 SW Kith st., the celebrant is an eighth grade student at the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami. Hiparent.will host the Kiddush following the ceremony and a reception Saturday night at the Jiitz Plaza hotel. • • • William Gompers Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiated at the Bar Mitzvah of William Cecil Gompers at Beth David Congregation on Saturday morning. Sept. 15. Son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Gompers, and grandson of Mrs. Sarah C. Budlow. the celebrant is an eighth brade student at Shenaiidoah Junior High, where he plays bass clarinet in the band. He is a Boy Scout, a member Oi the Beth David Cantors" Club, and plans to continue his religious studies at Beth David. A reception and dinner in William's honor was held on Sunday evening at the Balmoral hotel. Mr and Mrs Gompers also were hosts .\ Kiddush following the Saturday morning service Jey Trent l>i Irving Lehrman will officiate a: the Bar Mitzvah ol Jay, son of Mr .aid Mrs Thomas Trent, on Saturday morning, Sepl 22. at 'l 1 mple Emanu El An eighth gra e student at Ida M Fisher Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the school orches tra, Jay's interests include horse back riding. • Ro, rk Young Temple Judea will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Roark, son 01 Mr and Mrs. Jack Young. 1801 Country Club Prado, on Saturday. Sept. 22. with Rabbi Mordecai Podet officiating. An eighth grade student at Ponce Junior High. Roark is a go-cart racing enthusiast. The Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush following the ceremony on Saturday will be Paul Levinson Max Corndorf gne Labovitz officiating. Lee is a student at Nautilus JunSusan Jacobs ior High and the Temples religious services and ••Selichot under the guidance ol Rabbi Maurice Klein. An honor roll student at the Cen ler's religious school, th celebrant i ., seventh grade student at Wesl Miami Junior High. Her parents are Mr. ami Mrs i harles Jacobs BAR MITZVAH CEREMONY Let me make the Candlelighting Ceremony of your son's Bar Mitzvah original, clever and memorable. The entire ceremony written in novel, poetic form. Moderate fee. MISS BEE, HI 8-6401 Jon Halpern Jon Jay Halpern will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David during Saturday morning services. Sept. 22. with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. An eighth grade student ai Ponce de Leon Junior High, Jon playtennis and golf, and studies music and paint in u Dr. and Mrs. Morton Halpern. his parents, will host the Kiddush following the ceremony in their son's honor. Richard Glassman The Bar Mitzvah of Richard Glassman will be observed on Sat unlay morning. Sept. 22. at Temple Emanu-EI. with Dr Irving Lehrman officiating. The celebrant is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and plays Little League baseball Dr. and Mrs Jacob A. Glassman will honor their son at a reception in their home on Saturday. Paul Levinson Temple Beth Am will be the site oi the Bar Mitzvah of Paul, son "I Mr, and Mrs Harold Levinson, 6i4u Twin Lakedr. So Miami, on Sat urday morning, Sept 22. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will official.' Paul i> an eighth grade student al South Miami Junior High and plays clarinet in the school band \ reception and luncheon in hi/ honor will follow the ceremony Richard David Kann Bar Mitzvah of Richard Davi' Kann will take place on Saturday morning, Sept. 22. .it Temple Israel Rabbi Joseph 1< Narot will officiate. Richard is the son of Dr and Mrs Solomon Kann. of 4525 Nautilus dr., Miami Bench Luncheon 1 in Richard's honor will follow the service, t Richard Welaon Richard Weldon will become Bar Mitzvah at Congregation Yehu;!ah Moshe during Saturday morning services, Sept 22. with Rabbi Morton Shalowitz officiating. An eighth grade student at North Miami Junior High, the celebrant Susan Jabobs Jay Trent William Gompers Richard Kann Star of David Sieves Services Star ol David Memorial Park. 5900 sw 77th ave., this week announced that Rabbi Murray A Alstct will be in attendance at the park en Sunday. Sepl 2:'.. and Sun day, Ocl 7, from 10 a m until 12 noon Rabbi Alstet will -ay individual prayers for anyone comit cemetery during those hours Templehaving separate seel ns in the Star ol David Mei Park have schedule I orial services for their congregations on Sunday, Ocl 7. as follows Temple Judea Temple Zion, 10 30 a m ; Temple Beth Shirah. 1 p.m.,; and Temple Bnai Sholom, 2 p.m star of David Memorial Park has added to its landscaping past year, including a front entrance and rock garden fountain, as well aa new office Mrs, Rose Halprin and Dr Israel Goldstein approved unanimously recently a resolution for merger with the competing world General Zionist group headed by Dr. F.manuel Neumann but only on the basis of complete acceptance by the Neumann group of the principle oi non-identification with any Israeli political party. The resolution proposed that such merger al the local and regional levelshould be up to those inizations and it insisted thai no Israeli party, including the Liberal : ij produce l by the merger ol tl • General / 1 -and Progressr es there, to be eligible for membership" in Ihe proposed merThe delegates also urged the creation of a new General Zionist organization in Israel on the basis of the principle and philosophy of non-identification, which, "when properly established," would be eligible for membership "as the Israeli branch of the merged confederation." The resolution stipulated that such a new Israeli organization would not be accorded representation in the World Zionist Congress on the basis of elections to Israel's Knesset. GUATEMALA — iJTA) The Guatemala Jewish community. attended Popiel religious school *'Wch was founded 100 years ago. for the past five years. and Mrs. Frank Weldon. are pioneer members of the congregation and participate in many civic and religious affairs. Following the ceremony, they will host a Kiddush reception in Popiel Hall. celebrated the annivesarv here Prior to the resolution adoption, Dr Nahum Coldmann. World Zionist Organization president, said he favored the ending of political parties in the Zionist movement to Parents of the Bar Mitzvah. Mr. recently with a welcome to Us first %  "*• '* more fflci ,M an d permanent rabbi. Mever Rosenlhat basls Wvored a General Zionbaum.


PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1962 *"Jenisfi thoridian Page 15-B Meyer Keilson Dead at Age 77 •,;, Hson. philanthropist ,.,.,,; j leader, of 1559 avi died here on Sept. %  at e of 77. rod ex< cutive of an adverpanj-, K'IIMUI came here. ? o from New York, ., life member of the l,, hn Hancock F & AM, served on ish Board of Education and I,, the B'nai B'rith of Beach. He was one of the ;> of the Maimonides Hospita! in Brooklyn, N.Y. Surviving are his wife, Ida; two jack and Ira; two daugb.,... \|rs Florence Tanenbaum and Mrs Agath Leonard; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren Si r\ ices wore in New York, with Riverside Memorial Chapels in rge. an i Mrs Oei i • U %  .• rth, and Martha Set-vires %  • • %  %  % %  in i! Inn I •..-.. ih m< NATHAN SALES 66. of i \v, • llt-il Sepl Hi i nine I,. ...'..... n i \li an mi aiilii .mi.-... | Sui his lf< I; i) hm I. ,i son, Konalil; • -. M .% %  I : I !.. i .. M: %  %  %  '• I III iin Mm Lillian and %  -i s We. c Sepl i n ran i i., I!..Ml, Prayer is the Souls Reaction to Being Alive HARRY K. KAUFMAN ; Si. Shore ill' Normandy I Sepl 15 In Si. Petersburg. h. re I", yearn ..-• %  fi "in Buf\ V ,||. I WSS \ |l %  • 1.1, .--111, 111 ..t .... %  \\ Indow Co., Mini, nil IT of ill, Shi Ine HIHI • vv'm :.i War II. Sun i* Ins i %  .::. .i daughter, t w % %  '. and Ihrei Services w, re s, |,l IT In Mi nioi la I i "hapel, Normund) NATHAN CAIDIN rd si Miami Beach, died ||i hi ,% %  I. and H'RI .i real < -Inle till %  IT. I llliwu daughti rs, .MrItho lu I Services W II I I MOLLY FINGOLD : Se|ll II fiv, ... i Ins are hi • %  Vile < S< In .. %  n i in, ra I %  \iE TANNEY %  i .1 .1 S. I• I I I. • .c ..^.. I %  ..in New iTliurtim \ %  udtllg .1.' i \ I -;%  .•: : ... leh %  LLIE WEI N STEIN \ '• i illi .1 s, e a aim, two \ _• mull hllilren .in,l .i Servl \\ %  i. Sepl di M.I i .il "haiii I, JACK M. BROOKS 1 \ I. I "nth -i No Miami %  pi 13 He cami hen in < 'hi. afro hi re hi • anlng busim -s Hurls w if, .1, .in, it., and ,i -' %  i i %  li i Surdon Hei vices • • in Riverside Memol lal S'orini nd> lull MRS REG.NA CASPER •; N Ird -i died Sept n ~ •12 years ago from Ne %  v i ins are hi r husband, n. Arthur: ., slater, Mrs n and a grandchild Hei > Si |I| 17 in Rivei aide Memi • % %  tglas i.l. MRS GILDA N. KAPLAN 1 'iK|.I i.lv.i Miami lieaeh, -i She ..in,here ] %  : v ears !...t., v. 11. |„,I She Is ., H aaaah, Km ih Khon ihi Siati rh i of T. in N I" '"I'I Sin \ Ivlllg hel Hairy, ,i daughter. It. h.i iml a l*t< i Se decs lianapolls In.I., with Rivi I • h ipi li in hai gi LEON LEWIN U ,,-l,ins:-, n i died HSepI %  hi r. II. ... i ago i rum was re ,1 eatati aaleaIs ins u if,Sarah %  Sepl ii in Rlveraldi Alton i.l ABRAHAM USDANSKV 1 ,%  • ve., Miami Ri i h %  Hi I in.h iyears X' Vorh and was .. reh iol -..,, her He w is u "">'•' B'nal ll'riih Surviving Edith .i ami ., daueh•tera, Including Mrs ind i..in gianuchildien • •• II Ke V-.. I, nli Rh Men |.els in harge JACOB EPSTEIN %  I I ave Miami Ri ai ii II. %  m. hen H nto, Can 0a, and was nanufn Sui wlfi Sylvia il.;-.. -is i Mrs Etta Mlih) Roth, and a N i i %  Si pi I in N| -" arlal i'h I, \n, ,II rd MICHAEL TASHMAN NW 16th si ,h. .1 Sepl 11 form N. aas Ihi % % %  m %  of the S,%  mil television Ion Sui hi -|f, Helen two nley; a gramlc and rs including Saul. Irving, Ml run an,I Joseph i,l. Mi in Dougl is rd 'ACOB WF.RTHE.MER •faldi. died Hi mi hi fe 1 real I and was %  re inwife, Iwn ...|i-. Tl ,1 .ITHI Si In. M -E %  Id Mrs M two lirothers, Han > i-e slsti ind flvi I %  Uel I Chapel, Nor. RONA DUNSWORTH %  .tl avi II aieah, .li.-.l \i fh< llv. %  i ah all her lr *l> nii are hi r i II-. Mi LOUIS BANDEL 89. ol 17a SW JTi I -• dli ,1 Si %  in Hi ami hi re : % %  years .,-.. fi om I., i and 'V .. | A i appi i. ran ol w in Id Win I Sui \ \\ in ., h ivlfi %  iaby a daneh li r Mrs I iiik-le Nil I,, a! ., In othi r, threi sisters and a (tra :,!s ,n -' i %  n Si in !.' in '; inlon Funi ral Holm MRS BERTHA EIGER 71. ..I linn Cleveland r.l Miami Reach, died s. pi • %  Shi eamt here n > %  ars i • from ,' Icago She \\ as a niemh. i ,i Siaterh I of Temple Menorah, r.'nai R'rlth and Hadassah Snrvlvlmi ai. two aona, Ineludlnv Joseph; foul dnuahters, IneludlnH Mrs Annli l;.-ls.,i and Mrs Rettj Zlgman Ihrei brothers, two slaters, eifrhl grandchildren and a great-grandehlld Kervi, ,-. T. in i 'hi. -at.. MORRIS FELTENSTEIN ..• '.'.-" lam. ave died Sept, 9 Ha i.mi, hare 13 years ago from Ne ruiiswu'k, N .1. and was a peaUiurani owner. He was a member of the Klkami Ih. I...ills II, > man Friendship League. Surviving are his H If. J< '.in. in.) ,i -:-•.! Sei i< %  wen Sept, 11 in Riverside Memorial 'h ip. I, \lton rd MRS. JEAN WAYNE j|, of •-_ %  •". 1 Collins .n. Miami Reach, .1 ...: Sepl H She i ante hi r. plain years ,i-> from la..Angeles. Survlvm ., brothel. .lai l. Adler, and f i ir sisters Mrs Kva f!i i — nan, Mis Rita I., M Ii Mrs Mlldn ,1 l.an.l. and Miss Sal Vill. Si r\ U'I *\ ere Sepl MRS R. TIM RAOS de PARDO %  • • M dian Creeh di Miami h. died .1 • mi hei • \.\, Vorh s "! %  '. i\ i son Manuel; threi M Julia I >li .la V i • ind • i arei I ren. Serv. I • mill Riven li Mi Chapel Vlton rd, li i HARRY L. KAUFMAN • •• 2nd Miami H, ... h %  %  Hi il,'', rd Conn i • b bed %  %  h -.i viei' In Hi %  .I %  %  • %  f Twl insil • i \ lei his %  • • %  In I '• Aas ,i of • Klks ind lletl lai i 'onui aatb n and llfi mi inl i ..i I: R'rlth Survlvlna an .. son Marvli s n In mhi I Vba Ihn n lldren anil Iwn gn i HI and Servl • %  wen JUIN -"-' In |;n :.M noH i.il 'hapi I. Vlton rd MRS ESTHER SWARTBURG •" ,.• ", Id I, illlill-.. .Ir Miami Ih %  .I Inly 2il >1i, ran • hen 18 } ears %  IL-., from Itrooklvn. Surviving are ,i %  I I H Ri bert; a daughter, Mrs north Kelnbi ra. two hi others and sinter s. r> i< PI •• July 22 in Rlvt-rsldi Memorial Chapel, Alton rd AARON ARCHITZEL >... %  i 17."i K\V 2ath si died July :•. He %  .in. h, re 16 yeai %  ago i i •• m \\ ah '..r.l. K V and was ., n tired furniture dealer. Surviving an his wife, I'auliiii three daughters, Beatrice, MiPearl Krai, hlik and Mrs Prances lllrs.h, and f..ur sons Services wen in Albany, K V with Riverside Memorial Chapels In charge. MRS. ESTHER ISAACS •;. ..f IT'.'", H'.Ttli ,-t ,li. .1 Jul) %  • She i-ami hen 16 years %  :,. from Philadelphia She was a member . %  eriindi-hlldren and eight great-grand .-Inlili. n Sei vices wei e Jul> It In ('.. %  > ,-i I in. r.i! 11..m. MRS. JEANNETTE LANE ,Alton "I Miami Rein h died i-ih '• Shi ami hei e 11 > .-.i ,,-;,, from Ureal S. ek I. I She i,.is R II., ml., r .,1 the ,-' Assn ..f Hi all t M II ,. i. life Mi.iiih. "f Fighl for Sight, a mi mber •>! H idai aah and ns i -.,i-.ti.i. Hospital S n '-iv Ing are ihrei aona, Moi ton, Irvln and Lawrence four daughtera, Mrs r:.,s.i line Haskell. Mrs Irene Mlchelaon, Mrs Lucille Kline, and Mrs Ruth S|< u. I Ihrei brothel a I 0 Renla mm and Louis M Wolf; t" l len Mrs l.lllle Baywood and Mis Pannle Vnlor, 10 grandchildren and a gn il ,., andi hlld Si r\ Ices • i •• July 11 In Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton id MRS. FANNIE BARNETT x.'.. ,.f 15331 S K I lth ct dli .1 Julj : l Shi %  line l 31 years aM" fnim Ki ^^ York Surviving are her daughter Mrs \.\ Ha Mandell i" sons. In l-ludlllg l.awri li. %  -. v n uran li hlli and six great grandchildren -. %  A • i. Jul) 12 In Re) el Ku neral Home MRS. ANNE BROMBERG 61, of -':: %  %  SW I7t|i t. i dli %  Juh in ,, hen '• yeai -i-" from New i |at %  ; Conn Sui vivl g ire hei hn hand, l.uthi r. a dau :hti M s le in Kullei i alsti • and five gramlchll .li, n Sei ^ lei ere Jul) 12 In I loi don I-'HII.'IMI Home MRS. CELIA KATZ 69, of 1940 Park ave Miami '' died Jul) l" Khe • ame hen ID > %  irs ago Sin vlving an two dauglili i Mis Kiel • /•' i"• Mrs nor. ,„ Ki ",A".I "I* grand. I Sei vices en In llrookl) n MEER OWITZ I, of SI %  dli %  11, en I yea roll i Vorl Hi mi im l i;, aril %  %  "i • 'in" "•Club Sin \\ Ing iI Sin an %  <| rvlces A i. I ill) II In Hi PI "Id' M ml Chapel, Alton rd MRS. DOHA WECHSl-ER ,!'.'. Ml Reich .In.I July ii She me hi Lgo fron N V, •', Shi %  a h,. membei Sh dom Sist %  By DR. HELEN HIRSCH JEWISH prayer is is <>M as ** Israel. It has always expressed our unremitlant cry to God throughout the ages. Israel has been a God-conscious nation in constant search for the Master oi the Universe. Prayer is a universal phenomenon in the soul-life of man. It is the soul's reaction lo the sorrow-, and joys, to the uncertainties and wishful dreams of lite. The reason why we pray is simply that we cannot help praying. Ii is a deeply-rooted instinct that .springs eternally from man's unquenchable faith in a living God, almighty and merciful, who heardh and answereth those who call upon Him in truth. Prayer ranges from hallarti(iilale petition for help in dire distress lo highest adoration, from contrite confession of sin to jubilant expression of joylul fellowship with God. from humble thanksgiving to the solemn resolve In obey His will Prayer is the golden Jacob ladder joining earth to heaven; i; raises man above all earthly cares and fears Our Jewish Mystics compare the action of prayer upon the human spirit to that of the flame on the coal—"As the flame clothes the black sooty clod In a garment ol fire, and releases the heat imprisoned therein, even so does prayer clothe a man in ; garment of holiness, evoke the light and fire planted within him bj InMaker, illumine hiwhole being, and unite the Lower and limber Worlds." say the Zohar. No other people had the unswerving trust m God and maintained it MI unfalteringly from century to century as had Israel, amid all the tragic vicissitudes ot its rugged history. The darker the night, the brighter did pray er shine in the soul of Israel. For Israel's motto might have been Job's unshakable affirmation of vlving are h II. -it. Shapiro and Harr) grandchildrei In Riverside r.l daughter, Mis Vnt.. brothers, Morton la.-, nst.-in. and lour s, r\ i. s v\ ere Jul) 1Memorial Chapel, Alton MRS. CLARA L. NEWMAN 69, .d 1674 NK 182nd si died Jul) -I She came here eight yean ago from Chicago She was a member of Tempi) Adath v. -biirun. Surviving are her husband, Julius, two daughters, II. hiding Mis lrII. Ka|.|l,l. an I foul grandchildren Services Wen Jul) 2.1 in Ih ( ei lim. ral Home HARRY E. COFFEY 83, of %  %  I" N Ba) id died Jul) 31 ih ami hi r. 12 \ eai s ago from Mam best) .. 'onn ..ml was •' re tired manuf u tun r "f women ap,.,i. il,. vaa member ..f Temple Kiuanii-KI Surviving are his wife \i i i rh two sons, Steven A and Koliei i J and a sister Sei Ices i n \ n; .. ii Riverside Memorial Chanel. \ '.ii r.l i %  in oii •*' and the Cardlai Ron i a n %  • % %  l ah and the Eaati ril Star sueJULIUS H. WOLFSON •17 .,,t 102.1 79th -i Miami Beach, died .iul\ 31 He came here --' years an., ir.iin Hetrolt ami was the ownei „f ., |ewell v store He WHS a Mason, a member of the Main Shrine and a veteran "l World War I Surviving :,,-, inin Kay. H son, Haul; %  • brother, Jack; three sisters and four grandi hlldren Si I % lei s wen .Vug. 1 | n Rivefldi Memorial Chapel, N'..rill. ill. \\ Isle. MISS MERLE EVA FISHER II nf | sos N'ormanil) dr., .li.-.l July :,. shi was a n.im. of Miami Beach Sur\ iv ing are her fathi r, I >r Edward \ I'ish.r. and mother, Mrs Minna i %  ihel i -i-i, : Marilyn and grand mother Mrs Sail) Plsher Si n cea ..... vug I in Riverside Memorial 'hn i.l Norms n, i> isle ALBERT KLEIN v.. ,,i .,is : SW 23rd si died Jul) 30 here 2.1 years ago rrom %  ,,l i and was a rel it*.-.I furSm v l\ inn in In" Iff Vnna .. daughter Mrs Lilible \\. I nul tin. grandehlldri n and 11 gi ea I hlldren Services were Aug. l il„n Punei at Home. MAURICE A. MITTELMAN i i;i \ Ra) di lioldi 'i lleai h, ,|led Jul) '•" Ih i i hen IS years .,. -. ranton, I 'n and n ne>l a %  Survh in" ire his t'armvl ., iNtei Mri Hose Weiss II ,,., H in oi her, Sam Sen • union with loi .il .in ange,.,l i Impels. ARMIN VARADY 7j. ,,r • • Marsellli dr Mi. HIM Reach Inly ::. I le eami hen 14 ) -.ir* ill New Vork init -ill, el ,". %  iembe nI the Hill ewlsB Sin i i> IIIK are his If. Mai ncluil %  n Rlvi ..,:, Mi im rial chapel, Noi pious trust: "Though he slay me. yet will I trust in Him."' (Job 13:15) Prayer ithe heart of religion satisfying man's spiritual needs or when he suffers of inner insecurity, emotional frustration or spiritual imbalance Prayer is a feeling, an attitude of the heart and mind, an instigation to intelligent effort and self-help. The real value of prayer lies in its magic power to transform man's lite, lifting it out of dark despair and stark fear. Our old faith proclaims that prayers are answered—"The Lord hath heard my petition; the Lord accepteth my prayer." iPsalm 6:10) and "O Lord, my God. I cried unto Thee and Thou didst heal me," ( Psalm 30:3' When we trustingly turn to Him in pious prayer, we are lifted above ourselves, we are reaching out to the eternal mystery that we may draw hope, faith and new courage, understanding and strength out of the inexhaustible treasure house oi our religion. LEGAL NOTICF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Nn. 6?C '0174 rm: \v II.I.I vMsiiii;, ;n SAVINiiS I I.V NK, \ s VKR.NH.N W URIKKIN" and CI.ARIi'K %  IIUKKIN. Inwlfi I >. fendnnts. Tl V'KRNi IN VV liltlKI IN and i'l. UIIi'E IIRIFKIN hi• %  1;. si.i, n, l'nknnwn co • leneraI l % %  llvei .. I '< n\. r, 'olor and artli ., tig undei or airn Inst i he alno • %  M > mi foi Plaintiff nth Moor I'a.hFederal BidsMiami 12 I lorlda 9 '.'I -:::•. hi'". 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NiiTICK IS HEREBY OIVRN thai th. undersigned desiring t,, engage In business under the fictitious name for Appi lean I I99S S VV. 1st sir, ,t 9 :'l -28, 1" • 12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .\i %  I 'l i'l-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name <>i i:l'\ i:.\l, r, IMP iNV at 2t7 Ba) I irlve, Miami lleai h II. Florida int.mis t, res : name with ihe Clerk ..i th-' I'ir. n it I'niiri ..f Dade i '.Mini >. FI rida l.l.i IYI • M I., Ill HISoli Ownei Belgel, T, II. Ih ail' n .v Vlberl Vttoi i II ) • \ |iplll a ill \\ i -i IT Sin :• :'l : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAMF LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai ih., undersigned, desiring to engage in INITED Sl'NDRY M 1'1'I.V al U30 l\.-\ .-t'.ii. I North Miami. a i, -ai.i name i-li %  !,. tit of th I' 'ount) Klo ALLAN CADI II. MORRIS IiAIM i|, S.V II. i; AIM 'I. 1 %  in rs LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU' .: .l'.\ OIVEN thai t gage in %  I fictitious na mi Li iVVERI i III IAN Sill HI IS i IF MlVMI i.V.No STi IRKS at I .\ hiugler, Miami Flo Ida Intends i aid na vlth I he i 'l, rk : ri till %  Count). Ida DADE Ml SH' .'I. INC. a Ilorlda corpoi tillon Sole iw n.-i I I lAVII' LIKILMAN Aitoriii ) for Applicant : %  21-28, 10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IHEliKHI OIVEN that :hi under Igned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nam.,,f ., IU-MAK IM isi-: v ri..M.iii:s at •i s VV. 13th Ti trace, Mil ml, I'l, rlda .ntend lo register said name iih the Clerk .a Hi.' I'H. nil Court .,f I 'a.le '..init \ Fi" s N' iR.VIi M W< ii ITEN s MAROARET A. Cl I.MPTI IN MA I'.'I'IN il 'DNICK Alt,,rm-) for Applii .mis '."if Alnsley I lulldlng :• L'I-L'S. 1" S-12 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57102 IN RE: Estate of JACOB CHARLES EPSTEIN I leceascil NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'M All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims i'iDemands Against Saul i£stati You are In i eby noi Ifled and ;• %  lulred i, present any claims and dei. whii li ) "ii ma) have against thi %  stati ol J \''I IB CHARLES EPSTEIN deceased late of Dade County, r lorlda, to tin Co nt) Judges ..i I lade County, anil file the sam. in their offices' in th. Count) Courthouse In County, Florida, within ,-i\ cal%  months from the dati of Ihe ii -• puldii an, II In reof, or the same hi barn 'I AARI iN ,M KANNER .-.OK< iROK M SIMONS I SNKII .^ KANNER ,,.-.' irlt; Trusl Rldg Mia ni, :;:.. iloi Ida % %  %  J IN THE COUNTY JLDGE'3 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 52099-C IN RE Estate of .1 \s, IN Ri ISEN RBRO I • %  %  us. d, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE IS I I • %  • l %  -. given thai wa .I .i I inal Report and Petition lor I'-' bill ;,,n and Final Discharge as Exei utrii • of Ihi esl ,.f JASON ROSENBERO, deceased: ami thai ,,n the I lth da) ol ictober, .i,_. u MI appi) i" the ll.'ii'i Count! Judges of Dade County, Florida, for approval "( said Final Repo i and for distribution and final flls%  harge as Bxi cuti li es ,,t the estate ,,f the above-named decedent Tin* : iih da) "I September, 1962 HELEN R. ROSENTHAL JAM: OARRETT MILTON A. PRIEDMAN Attorne) nil Alnsley Bldg. Miami 22. FloridaFit I-5SS1 :• 21-28, l" 5-13 \ RKI .llll -I • -nit NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW R IS il BRERY :'N EN nit t th, i 'iti,.nnan .'i: KXCH VNliE ni : %  N w Miami Intends with Die Clerk of the Clrliadi %  Ida ANDRE MECMIER H ;i -L'S. in 5-12 %  TH' mil. I \\ SI nan i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52584-A (Blanton) IN RE: Estate %  >! OLE H 'Ri IBN Pi il'l.sKN Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F.NAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given thai I have filed in) Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final DIs. harge as Exc utrlx "i the estate "f i tie Jorgen Poulsi n, deceased and thai on Ihe 22nd da) of t>ctober, l62, will apply lo tin Honorable County Judges ..i Dade County, Florida, for approval ol s.ii.l lInal Report and for distribution and final discharge •' %  • \, cuti Ix ill 'in %  state .,f the abo> • named dei edent This 12th daj ..f SVptember, 1902. l.Ai'KA INOEBORO AHRENS Exe, utrlx MARVIN I WIENER, Esq. Vttorm v 913 A Insli ) I tulldlng Mi ni i 12 I'l.i : %  21-28, 1" 5-13 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10031 El '.MINI' MAROIEWICZ and SYLVIA MAROIEWICZ, Plalnl in-. \ K AKl. li RERRINOER and ELIZABETH .1 BV.KIUNOER, his wife, I '. i. i .Inns NOTICE BY PUBLICATION I'i ELIZABETH I REKRINl IER Resbli n,. unknown YOl' VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that a t'omidalni to h'oreclose Mortgage on t he fi dli w I IIdesci Ibed propi 11 > :..t IS, L|,„ k 1 I W %  : S T W on l> LAKE, a subdivision according lo the I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat B .7. .it Pagi 29, ,,t the Public i: r.lof i >.,,h 'ount). Florida i t lied an.i nisi you, and ) "U an required li i \ a cop) ol yo ir Vnswei .a pleading lo the Conipjaliil ,,n i'i nn' iian.,i ne.v, II Iti IBERT Ki ILTNI I\V, Mi.. Rlsca) n. RuildJn Miami. Florida, -in,I file the original Answei "i rinling in thi offlci • he < %  the Clrcull Court on oe If M.II i.il to a., -, Judgemenl ill will hi :akin against you for I: ; n the i'iimplaliil %  DATED VT MIAMI D nli Co inty, ids his I "lb .i.n >>r Sepl • n a F. I LEATHKRMAN. Clerk of i %  Count) 1"nil. i (seal) By: C P Cl IPEl.ANl I I | II R( IRERT KOLTNOW AI ton • Riai i) ne Building Miami, Florida J



PAGE 1

2. c o 1< 8 ic .-< 1. M Sw In d( iH ai di n If la C< gi s< pt c. ei Jv cl. th Pi St. ia< e\ an I I nv at M Sa Tf M Pi. tr: ba of of Cc Se Fc i Ju ra ev tht Page 16-B &f Jen is*fhridictr Friday. £pltjr.ber 21 UNDIR m iTHICl AND CONSTANT LOCAL KAB iMICAl UWVUm Of HABBI TIBOK H. SUM Tishri 1-2 5723 %  nnsn i L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU n Sept. 29-30 1962 mers con Uhanhs Jo our


PAGE 1

Jewish Floridian Mia m L F.crlda. Friday. September 21. 1962 Section C i the 19C2 Caribbean Good Will Tou: officially desiqnated as the Shalom re mapped at a planning receplion • ."ft to right) Jack S. Popick, Ben •'.'.i Lazarus. Akiva Goffer and Maurice Revitz. Lazarus is president of the American-Israeli Shipping Lines, and Revitz is president of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., sponsors of the cruise. INT ERCHANGE OF GREETINGS AND FRIENDSHIP Shalom Cruise to be Miami Jewry's 'Peace Corps' to Caribbean Islands ish community will .i Caribbean cruise fron Miami on Nov. 8 in what their !• arter has termed "a sort auxiliary to Presinedy's Peace Corps." Pri • • i Maurice Kevitz. of the fin ler Miami Israel Assn i words in describing Shalom Cruise" aboard 'he SS Jerusalem which will I rincipal purpose the inten • ( „f greetings of I friendship between "' %  State-. Israel and i %  nbbean islan Is 1 Jerusalem, sleek new flagship "i Zim Lines, will car ry the cruise participants, sail ing under the official patronage of Zeev Z. Dover, consul of Israel for the Southeastern United States, on a carefree sailing to Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, the Dutch West Indies. Martinique. Trinidad, the Dominican Republic and Jamaica Two of the nations to be visited have gained their independence within the past three monthsJamaica and Trinidad. l eonard Solomon, one of the founding officers ol the Greater Miami I.-rael Assn.. said "It is indeed an opportune time to be visiting high government officials in these new horn nations. Israel's greatest success to date has been its ability to create and then cement official relations with the newly emerging nations of Asia and Africa We hope to be instrumental in accomplish ing the same end on this voyage For complete Information on details "f 'he "Shalom Cruise." gee PAGES 4 AND 5-C Swelling Numbers Of German 'Experts' Now Live in Nasser Domain %  By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN JERUSALEM — (JTA) — More than seven-thousand German experts and their families are now living in Egypt. This large and growing community comprises both "new Germans*' and ex-Nazis who found there a haven in their flight from criminal prosecution. They To what reality Washington may one day awake is something worth contemplating, bearing in mini Germany's performances in the past. Indeed, one wonders whet1 er Bonn needs any encouragement at all for her expanded activities in Egypt. Egypt-German relations have alarealf engaged ta~the"task of forg", ay s .been excellent, in the day < ing the new Bonn-Cairo axis. The extent to which the building seem to be gent-rally realized. of Hitler as in the days of thi Kaiser and it is surely no accident is"ha's : processed does not ,hat fol '" wln e th Na zl dlfeat many of Hitlers henchmen turnel so naturally to Egypt and foun.i there their new home. Even tl seventeen years after hi that you opened too many fronts But we forgive you all because you remain the shining example of a national leader. You are immortal and thus we shall not be surprised if one day we shall see you again in our midst, as we shall not be surprised to see another Hitler on German soil" Thus the new Bonn-Cairo axis i the development of Egypt's heavy growing on sound foundations, industry in the Nile Valley. They have built the steel and iron industry, power stations, chemical plants, etc. Soon there is to be established there a plant for the production of heavy water, all financed by Bonn which has undertaken to absorb the whole annual output estimated to reach twenty tuis Also soon, work is to start in the building of a new industrial Bonn quarters assure Israel that all the aid given Egypt has nothing to do with enhancing Egypt'; military power; it is all pure ecort Omic aid. These assurances are >( course meaningless and have very little to do with present-day real: ties. There is no clear dividing line between economic and technico-military development. What counts is the direction taken: the atomic reactor near Alexandria for, aim Nasser never stops proclaimwhich purpose the Bonn Governjng what his aim is. and as far a* menl has earmarked a one-hunIsrael is concerned he does so with died -million Mark credit. the utmost clarity and frankness. The list is a long one. It in, Hence Israel can find little com clue'es assembly plants, the utili>" rt "> lht assurances com.ng from .ation of German patents includBonn, or for that matter-from ing ones for the building of armWashington. ored car engines, and the aviaThc dan w s nals !" t0 tlear tion industry. To this, one should add shipping—and indeed there is hardly a sphere in which one does not find German initiative and active aid in the form of providing both know-how and money. All that German activity proceeds \


PAGE 1

Page 2-* +Jii§tfkriJi3ir Friday, September 2'. 1359 200 Will Testify Against Ex Nazi NEW DELHI—Label A. Katz (left) is greeted by India's Prime Minister Nehru during a recent visit of the B'nai 3'rith president here. The two conferred tor 20 minutes. Katz said later that Nehru's outloo!< for world peacs was 'encouraging." the result of "very stow but visible progress." He was en route to Australia to participate in ceremonies inaugurating a new B'nai 3'rith district. Noted Banker To Speak for JNF Samuel Seltzer, president of the Mercantile National Bank, will be guesl spe iker at the Jewish National Fund Council 01 Greater Miami's first meeting %  seas in, nexl Wednesda wing, 3 p.m., at the Fontair.ebieau hotel. On the agenda will %  • irogress r 'port %  • the forthc 1 ning "Me Ami" de lie ition 1 1 ige louring hereOct. 23 tor Israel to liodiCtite the project undertaken by Greater Miami Jewry unier the direction of the Jew:-. 1 \, 'a! Fund Council. Leon J El!, pre-: I art )i Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman chairman of the Foundation for tiie Jewish National Fund, r.'port that all plans for the pilgrim 1^2 have been finalized. • Musical program will be %  by young soprano, Rose Byrun FRANKFURT iJTAl *>re than 200 witnesses have been '" cated for the forthcoming trial of i„ wcrner Heyde, the Nazi '*euth;ma>htlKtoi" and former SS ol ficer who was indicted in the murder oi more than I00.000 persons, ne Hesse Chief Public Prosecu tion office announced this week. Dr Heyde, as head ol the Reich Society for Mental Institutions, was one of Hitler's duct planners in the disposal ol those considered as unfit to live [or various reasons Evi ence al the various Nazi war crimes trials indicated that about 60.000 inmates of mental hospitals and 140,000 prisoners in concen tration camps were slaughtered in the euthanasia program, The announcement indicated tthat the reason for the long delay in bringing Dr Heyde to trial was the immensity of the task ot assembl ; ng the documentary evidence ar.d arranging for witnesses. The indictment totals more than 800 pages. According to the indictment, Dr, Heyde had the final word in paring medical opinions on thoe selected to be killed The other i efendants are Dr Harard Bohse o| Dusseldorf, charged with n sibility for the •mere} killing" program until Vpril 1940 and Dr ,,,„Hefelman. ol Munich, a dose collaborator ol Dr Heyde. Dr Bonne is ben, held ... ja with Heyde, awating the trial Dr. Hefelman was released a year ago on bail for reasons ol health Dr. ,.„,,„„, u;1 charged specifically with the ."order of 15.000 persons and Dr Hefelman with the killing ol 73.000. The trial was be held this tall before a jury court in 1.: small town near Had., i .tthe site of one ol Institutions where the program was carricd_o, Heydfl assumed the all Sawade alter World War [] obtained a job as a psychiatric ex. pert under that alias Schleswig-Holsteln -• it. ment, People Speak Set for Friday Social Club To Meet Sunday Miami Friendl} Social Club will bold ,i special meeting for senior citizens on Sunda> al Beth El Con gregation, 500 SW 17th ave Guesl -[icaker will be Phil Sail I president of the Four Freedoms Civic Club of the President Madison hotel He will discuss medi care Men and women 50 years ol age and older are invited lo attend the event, which will include the celebration of birth lays and anniver sanes currently being marked bj members. President ol the club is Max Garshag. '•Why Suicide?" T.iis will ba the topic of discussion by the People Speak on Friday evening, 3 p.m., at Washington Federal Sai tnga 10 I iLoan Assn., 1234 Washington ave Part of a year-round Town Hall Forum series, the meeting will b aidre.--.-i by i)r r %  •• • Davis, fiade co ml • ned Dr. Richard S. Wolf, noted psy:hiatrlst; Mrs Elizabeth Binai, (resident if "Friends." a Dadej ity irganization of suicide pre-. and Mr-. Dor",'-.: ires lent ::i R se, pr %  lent it' the \ Pe iple Speak l eral >r of • %  -%  %  W K AT F 11 FROM BRAHMS TO RARTQK 1 You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on W K AT FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL A/ USIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concfl ;' WK AT %  F M SHEMTON^ H0TEL s CONFIRM! BOTH ROOM IT'S DONE VIA SHERXTONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COM PITER! Just call PLaza 1-0961. SHERATON HOTELS 65 hotels in 45 cities coisl lo coast in the US A in Haan in Canada an 1 overseas 149 tl.t. I>t St.. Miami. FR 4 -260 TBAVHING? rSs .. R*I..O..., 3KT" tail \ GUS ^/SHAW \HflW IRAKI SffPVIft |„ t 5T(AMSHl WOT 11 GETAWAY TOritS For Official Rates and Information 1638 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH Phone JE 2-3336 Cbwtiwt. JIAAL Aailinq, g/wjrL TKiaml f mm — ... !" 3r* "+1Z ..AM 1 # VIA THE LUXURIOUS S.S. JERUSALEM Enchanting Caribbean Cruises THANKSGIVING CRUISE NOV. 21 st SEVEN DAYS • THREE PORTS from $220 407 LINCOLN RD. — JE 8-0329 i III 4 K IIAIX TRAVEL A 1 1 APPKuvEP SUB AGEI Giller Bldg. 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd. Miami Beach 40, Ph one JE 1-1195 John E lenard AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM LINES GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH •BI: i-of.". ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BI "EXPRESS" BOATS ORIGINAL 'PROVEN" BIMINI CRUISE • DMT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUT!| CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS GROUP RATES • ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING Pl*" ggyP-'J "SreST. SAFEST PASSENGER ROATS AMERICAN RAGSHIPS •*• NEW mSeHS J^C'WCAUT DESIGNED FOR GUIFSTREAM IADJO' SM T0 $H0 "ON TIME" SCHEDULE DUTY-ftii SHOPPING Wl LATOVER PRIVILEGE GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER SI .,!! NG ND MO TIME WITH ANT OTHER BOAT CO FR 1-4802 D.porl Miami T Ml-ee.1 •' C.IC D.ck. D.PO-' ^„, Miami 1.0011 {!• %  ••'. •*' FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436



PAGE 1

Friday, September 21. 1962 +Jtnisfi Rcridiar, Page 3-C fftof. AHARON KATZIRKAJCHAISKY Educator Flays Palling Standard ioration in Jewish educastandards in the community eplored by Louis Schwartz executive director of the Bu: Jewish Edueation. at the meeting of the Bureau's : directors. i clared that the root of this ration "is found in the shortqualified teachers, curtail. in ume scheduling in the He fti : noon classes, and resistmerger by small Jewish Is of the same ideology in • ographical areas h i • the recent deteriora i hievement," he said "is du t" the small school r. lassification, limited supsub-standard teacher and isl) limited budget." • tribute to Sol Goldman, resident of the Bureau of i ducation, was observed at neeting This tribute was proMeyer A. Baskin. past and by Rabbi Irving f Temple Emanu-KI. meeting was held at the Science Academy Has New Head; Succeeds Buber By Special Report Appointment of Prof Aharon Katzir-Katchalsky, a ranking researcher in Israel's famed Wei/mann Institute of Science, as president of the Israel National Academy of Sciences, was hailed as "a rare tribute to a chemist of world distinction'' by Dcwcv I) Stone. chairman of the American Committee for the Wei/mann Institute, ir: a statement in New York this M eek. Katzir-Katchalsky, who beads the Institute's Department of Polymer. Research, was closely associated with the late Dr Chaim Weizmann. 1 whom he joined in his scientific work in 1!MR. He was inducted into | office by the President of Israel. f Itzhak Ben/.vi. at a ceremony m Jerusalem He succeeds Prof. Martin Buber. famed Jewish mystic philosopher, as president of the National Academy. DR. ALBERT SABIN NCCJ in Greeting On Rosh Hashona By Special Report An appeal for Christians and Jews to sound "the broad note of felJNF Woodland Honors Dr. Sabin By Special Report Dr Ail'irt B. Sal world-renowned di elopei of th oral p< lie vaccine bearing his name, at a dedication ceremony in the United Slates Freedom Forest now rising in the Judean Hills of Israel, last week planted the first sapling of the IS.OOO-tree "Dr Albert B Sabin Children's Woodland.'" funds for which were contributed to the Jewish National Fund by his fellowcitizens in Cincinnati, O. Dr. Sabin was met at the site of the Woodland by the pupils Ol the nearb) Gershen Agron School, who welcomed their b< nefactor with songs and dances Dr. Sabin. replying to the speeches of welcome by the director general of the Health Departttew Member Qiientation New member orientation session ..I i ... Bt Temple Juoea on esdaj evening. Rabbi .Mordec.i ea 11 Temple ..;.,... will induct all new members ;.: a special ceremony during Sabl Bth --< rvices on Oct. 5. Housing Authority Reelects Fine Miami attorney. Martin Fine, has been reeleeted chairman of tin Miami Housing Authority for the third consecutive year. The 35-year-old attorney, noted for his work on behalf of the area's senior citizens, has served on the housing authority for tin past five 1 years, and is chairman of the South< astern regional council ol the National Assn. ol Housing and Rede\tlopment officials. The board, at its annual me<1ment. representatives of the Mining, also reeleeted Henry H. Arringistry of Welfare, the Jerusalem on ; ,v vice president and Haley municipality, and officials of the Sofge. executive director, and sicJewish National Fund, said that retary-treasurer. •never in my life have I been more Tht ; Ult hority oomph-ted four low ship" was made by Dr. Lewis deeply moved than at this place and housing developments in the past Stone said that Katiir-Ktchlsky had made some notable contributions to polymer science, the chemistry of plastics. "He has done a great deal in developing raw materials for industrial application." Stone added, citing Katzir Katchalsky's work in extracting plastic substances from Dead Sea bromine. Katzir-Katchalsky, who is 49, was brought to Israel by his parents at the age of six. He was educated in Jerusalem and graduated from the Hebrew University there. He i^ a Fellow of the New York Academy Of Sciences, and holds high posts in other world bodies. linn Hi was "delighted to learn that not a single case of polio had been recorded in Israel during the month of August.'' said Dr. Sabin. home Of Joseph Cohen. Bureau president, who welcomed newlyelected members to the board of directorCruise to From MIAMI via AIR CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE Webster Jones, president of the Na tional Conference of Christians and Jews, in a message for the Jewish New Year which expressed a wish for peace and good will to Jews in America and the world over. "In the free climate of the demo j cratio system, all religious groups | work for the best interests of the nation." Dr. Jones said. "At times we may disagree, one group with the other, on how tthe best Interest! of America are to be served and how the slate should relate itself to religion and to religious institutions, "Knt we are learning through constant and continued dialogue. 10 accept these differences as honest and legitimate Along that path lies an enriched America "We rejoice that here in this country, in the free climate of the democratic system, all religious groups work for the best interests of the nation. "May Christians and Jews continue to work with unabated commitment for these common goals that both parents and teachers ofand may they continue to sound ten shy away from the subject of :h< broad note of fellowship upon Nazism, in a well-meaning but mis which the very survival of our guided, attempt to shield youngpluralistic society depends sters from its dreadful history. two years, and a fifth will be opened next June Noted Writer In New Story By Special Report NEW YORK—Kay Boyle, one of America s distinguished writers and author ol a forthcoming bisof Germany, hawritten an incisive story on how an American parent tells her child about the Nazi era. Commissioned bj the American I Jewish Committee's Institute of Human Relations Press, the 38-page booklet is entitled "Breaking the Silence." and has been published as part of the Institute Press pamphlet series It was conceived to fill the need created by the fact THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, tc. All proceeds go toward* luppoti of lhe> Horn*. You my contribute. laVo • tax deduction or we will pay cash lor ume. Dtmimbir ... wo ero NOT a profit-making organization We ere helping your community to koep it* dignity. By helping otheri you era helping yourtelf! Manufacturer* end jobbers—remembor—we can ut* til your autcaitt or mitfiti. Fease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696-2101 Clcsed Saturdays s'44 EXCLUSIVE "QUICKIE' 2-DAY DAYLIGHT CRUISES A lull day and fuller night in Nassau for sightseeing, shopping, •nlcrtainmaal—and an unforgettable day and night at sea! Captain's cocktail party, 6 delicious meals, midnight snacks, free deck chairs, games, dancing, movies, duty-free shopping aboard! Sailing Tuesdays. From MIAMI (3:00 P.M.):SEPT. 4, II, 18, 25; OCT. 2,16,23, NOV.27; DEC.4,11. NEW GALA 4-DAY BARGAIN CRUISES now at regular, low 3-day cruise fares'! *54 or $ 59 50 Delightful "starlight'' cruise —two nights at sea, three days and two nights in Nassau. S/S FLORIDA your Floating Hotel —11 delicious meals. All shipboard activities! Most Sailings Friday*. From MIAMI (4:45 P.M.): AUG 31; SEPT. 7,14,21,28; OCT. 5,11.19.26; NOV. 19,23,30; DEC. 7,14.20,24,31. &f Last 3-day cruise "til winter: AUG. ?* Askabout SPECIAL 4 DAY HOLIDAY CRUISES! Make your reservations NOW! For reservations, see your Travel Agent, or ci-raiirum on Pier No. 2, Biscayne Blvd. & 10th St. STEAMSHIP UU. Miami 1, Florida • FRanklin 9-3836 Serving South Florida for over halt a century 5723 1962 63 New Year Greetings POSH HASHONA SEPTEMBER 29-30 YOM K'.PPUR OCTOBER 8 T HE High Holy Day issue of THE JEWISH FLORID IAN offers an appropriate, convenient and inexpensive means of extending your NEW YEAR Greetings to ALL your relatives and friends without neglecting or offending anyone. ORDER TO INSERT NEW YEAR GREETINGS SfiVD COPY FOR YOUR GREETINGS NOW. USl CONVENIENT ORDER FORM.



PAGE 1

•v Pcxre 4-C +Je*i$tntrkliar Fridcy, September 21. 19£2 II ftj It's Anchors Aweigh for Shalom Cruise Nov. 8 SS Jerusalem Schedules 12-Day Caribbean Voyage; Miami Jewry Readies Tour SS Jems No* ; %  itS 1 yage it) Hall I San -Fetiei -' ints Lipon their Lval. A cocktail reception and folkric -how are slated at the Inter. -.r.ental hotel, with the famed and other sightseeing highlights slated prior to a 3 a.m. Suc. y departure. A few hours later, the SS Jerusalem will dock at St. Thomas, in the Virgin Islands, to exchange peace messages with the United S;.-.tes protectorate on Veterans Day, formerly known as Armistice Day. After an afternoon of sightseeing and shopping. Gov. Payevor.sky. of the Virgin Islands. will board the ship to deliver a message on the significant American holiday. Monday. N'ov 12. will feature a trip through Martinique s breathtaking ram forest, sightseeing of the ruins of St. Pierrem. the Pompeii of the western world, which was destroyed by volcanic eruption in 1902. Shopping in the romantic French West Indies will be climaxed by a special folklonc show featuring local Ulent aboard the Jerusalem prior lb a pre-midr eight sailing Newly independent Trinidad, located only seven miles off the coast of Venezeula. will be visited the following day and night, with a 2 a.m.. Wednesday departure. A shore excursion will include a complete inspection of Port of Spain, which has among the most varied and colorful shops in the \v. -lx ii Th( • rnor of Aruba %  er g t dig is ing as the Zim ship a h West Ii A ;. at the n at • top Jewish leaders of i ith rr.emb' • : y...-.~. :-:-.-• A--r An earl) Friday. Nov. 16 ar:.. .. in santo Don •age tor an official visit under the auspices of the Con>ul of Israel and of the Government of the Dominican Republic. Buses with English-speaking guides will take the Shalom Cruise participants on a sight-seeing tour that will include inspections of Alcazar, the palace of Columbus, and the oldest cathedral in the Western Hemisphere. Top Jewish community leaders will be on hand to greet the leaders of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., and their guests. The Jerusalem's final port of call will be Kingston. Jamaica, with an early Sunday. N'ov 18 arrival. Prime Minister Bustamente and other leading government dignitaries will greet the cruise members, who will spend the day as guests of the United Congregation of the Israelites of Kingston, one of the most famous Jewish communities in the Western Hemisphere. A luncheon in the newly-indapiident nation of Jamaica win fallow a sightseeing trip to Casa Nlonte. which commands a spectacular view of the island. An afternoon cocktail reception aboard the SS Jerusalem will honor the members of the United Congregation and other prominent citizen? of Jamaica. The ship will depart at 5 p.m.. for Miami. Flacship ot Zirr. Lines the IC DOO-ton SS Jemnations. The fully air-conditioned fet sciem will ceccr: rrrrr. Miami's Pier 3 ct stabilizer-equipped, is the newest, ir.-r Ml tnd IC cm.. Nov. 8, carrying 30C Greater Miami fcstest cruise ship now operating ou: c: i no:and other Southern Jewish communal lecders ;cc port, on a mission of peace to sever. Caribbean Israel Consul Dover to be Patron 1 On Zim Flagship Goodwill Trip Special Service Aboard Jerusalem Photographic services are available, and night club shows trt a daily treat aboard the Jerusalem. Radar and all other gation arc .-tandard equipment or. the Zim Lines' Ship-to shore phones provide constant communication with Great* r Miami a i points An experienced -hip's doctor and an ultra-modern hospital are available on a 24-hour-a-day basis without charge H:.-t' r> in inten I tions will be made Sov aboard the SS Jerusalem, when some 300 leaders of the Greater Miami and other Southern Jewish communities take part in the Shalom Cruise, official name of the 1962 Caribbean Goodwill Tour sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn Zeev Z. Dover, consul of Israel for the Southeastern United States, and Mrs. Dover will sail aboard the Zim Lines flagship throughout the 12-day voyage to seven Caribbean islands. They will act as official patrons Ports of call include San Juan, Puerto R;co: St T u mas. Virgin Islands: Martinique. French West Indies; Trinidad and Tobago: Aruba. Dut( W -' Santo Doming Dominican Republic, and K.: The Jerusalem will bear : of Israel and the United IS I :o exchang* with top-ranking government f th< : tings at < t tl CONSUL AND MRS. ZEEV CCVER '• %  port ol .-%  5 %  eei %  ex • %  firsl • ft %  %  %  -...•• %  : • ace ... I f Amen and th %  %  I 01 H .:.. '. • • OCI rief si New Yorl will gers. alth • -. tlanti< c rapi spoki %  View of the spacious dining salon of the SS the United States. Two orchestras, one Israeli Jerusalem, which has won international acand one Italian, will provide dinner music, claim for its continental cuisine prepared by and night club shows me scheduled every 2C master chefs trained in Europe, Israel and evening aboard the Zim Lines flagship. Reservations Still Available .'•' hi Shalom I %  'to Akiva Goffer, via i res ent %  • Lines Florida Spaci be made at the Zin Lines offU '""'' • !" i Beach Federal bid. 4.7 Lincoln r '" %  '' %  %  out that passports art r.ot required, alI cititenship mini be carried by all cm:f,?" u certificates against imal] pox. less tnr, < rears i are required. Becausi •-, ss Jerusalem will VIMI S li.mas in the Virislands. ;r American protectorate, pauengen will 1)6 per muted u; u Ctt each in duty-free purchases, double the usual J100 limit m posed in 1961. r.



PAGE 1

Friday. September 21, 1962 Jlewi sfl fkridfifrir Page 5-C FOUNDED AFTER WORLD WAR II Hm Ports of Call List Worlds Busiest And Most Exotic Sea Sites %  '-". • % % % % %  '' <;: %  [ficial name of Israel's I firm is the ati m Companj. Ltd .. popularly known as Zim rts around the world. fleet comprises more than of Israel's merchant With some 145 ships now the famed seven stars : %  is, Znn now main:. heduled sen re than 20 world-wide -: To of these ves.... foreign-flag ships under argo ships haul virtually known commodity, from to bananas, lumber to lias, citrus juices to sacranines Within the past service has been Instituted gular basis to the Far East, .-( Miami's own importance as mercial stop for Zim ves. • grow big daily. passenger liners. Including med Jerusalem, Israel. Zion. let, and Theodor Herzl, transapproximately IOO.(KX) passers a year to and from Israel. • een other countries and on • to the Caribbean, Medlnean and around the world. • Zim Lines were founded at • i lid Of World War II. in 1!H5. i three years before Israel med independence. Principal i rs "ter Miami Israel Assn.. sponi t the Shalom Cruise. State of Israel's official esentative for the Southeast'• tiit.d States will meet with mmunal leaders aboard the rshe\ a. new Zim Lines .hter scheduled to arrive • % %  < en that date. ard Solomon, vice presiI Temple Menorah, and i founders of the GreatIsrael Assn said DoI hold several meetings with officers and committee chairmen. Ben Essen. Coral Gables attorney, has been selected chairman of the group's legal comnutlet Zim officials working on details ol the cruise include vice president. Akiva Goffer and Yitzhak Gerstenhaber, and public relations representative. Gerald Schwartz. Goffer said key leaders ol the Atlanta Houston. Birmingham. V Ol ans and Other Souther:: Jewish communities will join the Shalom Cruise. ng over plans for the exchanges of greetings between "•" %  United States. Israel and the Caribbean island nations ie Akiva Goffer (left), vice president of American-Israeli 'Fiorida) Shipping Lines, Inc.. and lack S. Popick. national v ce president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, and charter director of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. Locking over a scale model of the SS Jerusalem, Zim Lines flagship which will carry 300 civic leaders on the Shalom Cruise, are (left to right) Louis DeCoveny, Sidney Ansin, and Rabbis Leon Kronish. Irving L e h r m a n and Mayer Abramowitz. All are charter directors of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. Cruise Sponsors Include Leading Names In Miami Area Civic and Religious Affairs Sponsors of the 1962 Caribbean Tour, officially known as the Shalom Cruise, are members of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., an organization dedicated to supporting the cultural, educational and economic growth of the State of Israel President for 1962 is Maurice Revitz. Miami Beach business. civic and religious leader, who also serves as president of Tern pie Menorah. Revitz. chairman of the executive committee of the Hebrew Academy, and a top leader in the Israel Bonds organization, recently was elected a national director of Israel Investors Corporation. Other officers of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. include Ben Essen. Coral Gables attorney, and past president of Temple Judea; Leonard Solomon, vice president of Temple Menorah; Jack S. Popick. national vice president ot the American Friends of the Hebrew Island Shorts The average daily mean temperature in San Juan. Puerto Rico i> 78 :> degrees according to official United States weather bureau statistics Lowest temperature lor anj day of the year in Puerto Rico history is 62. .. figure reached only once. v roudly calls itself lit io Dutch isle. Caribbean Style, With a -pla.-h of Spanish and a touch ol Dutch, it describes itself as the Caribbean's newest r ••> ground, natural and unspoiled, under the sunniest sun ever and ,,nci nditioned bj the refreshing trade winds The novel tongue of Papiamento, a blend of Hutch si ..rush and English. i~ si with the three regular IanSights n< Aruba unhide a wild parakeet sane:nary. I ari..shit and tinPirates' Castle at Bushibana The world's largest sea water distillation plant, with a daily capacity of 2.700.000 gallons of pure, fresh drinking water is located on Aruba. Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic, is the site of Santa Maria La Menor. where Christopher Columbus was buried. The Fortress of Columbus, built in 1503. the first hospital in the Americas, the oldest university oi the Western Hemisphere, and scores of other attractions abound in the free port. University, and chairman of the executive committee of the Greater Miami Israel Bonds organization. who also serves as financial secretary of Temple F.manu-EI; and Fred K. Shochct. publisher of The Jewish Floridian. and active leader of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Among the other civic leaders who will participate in the Shalom, Cruise are Dr. Milton Jacobson, chief of staff at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Nathan Kushin. Mr and Mrs. Ben Frankenstein. Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz. Louis Hirseh. Sam Shiftman. Israel Teitch and Sol Cohen JNovel ^J-ctcts ; -ce provide for sports sun bathing. lounging, al fresco dining and dancing. The mosl modern facilities are to be founci in the spacioui i itgide cabins. The huge motion picture theater is equipped to show • %  > • n mi vies [ %  he Jerusalem^ dining salon extends the full width of the I elevator carries passengers between decks A 8utj ,.,; ; g h 0 ] barbi i and beauty salon are to be found on the Jerusalem ...,., A ., entertainment staff, including two -•• %  s—one Israeli and one Italian—and top-notch, profess i d the-clock activities tor those pass engers w ho ish :: HUGE CREW TO FILL PASSENGER NEEDS Although :h> l< 000 loi SS Jerusalen bas a capacity or 57: ; ssengers, only 300 persons will be carried on the Shi se, so thai the members and friends of the Greater Miami Israel Assn can enjoy their voyage to the utmost. A crew well In excess Of 200 members pro-.ides an almost one-to-one ratio that exceeds any standards of cruise luxury. A -core of American. French. Italian. Swiss and Israeli mas tcr chefs prepare cuisine that is cosmopolitan and lavish. Although the prepared menus outdo almost any luxury restaurant, the chefs are prepared to satisfy any special order within a short time. Continental food is preferred by most cruise participants, but the finest American steaks and other delicacies are also available daily. Late snacks are served from 11 p.m. until dawn.



PAGE 1

Page 6-C rjewist Meridian Friday. September 21, Cedars of Lebanon Plans Leadership Seminar and Dinner Here on Oct. 3 1962 A leadership seminar and dinner ( pied to acqaint trustees and board members with the progress ol Ctciars of Lebanon Hospital will be held on Oct. 3 at the hospital. 1821 NW 14th st., it was announced !'.week by president,Samuel T. Sapiro The combined social and instructive evening will be highlighted by trief comments from department heads and a "capable orientation" en the inner workings of the new cal institution. High on the agenda will be a presentation on the latest status of Cd*rs' development fund prov SAM GOLDSTEIN Goldstein Elected Board Chairman Sam A. Goldstein, senior membir of the Miami Beach Personnel Hoard, has been elected to the chairmanship of the board, and was to be installed on Thursday. Sept. 20. Goldstein has been on the Miami Beach Civil Service Board for nine years, and his installation will mark the second time that he has been elected as chairman. Goldstein is well-known in Dade civic life, currently serving his second term as president of Temple Dsrael. and is also chairman of the executive committee of the Florida Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B rith. gram, which has been the vehicle for raising capital finances resulting in construction of the ultra-modern hospital in Miami's Civic and Medical Center. Cedars opened its doors to the public on Nov. 19 of last year, making available 108 beds on the first three floors. Operating at near capacity since that date, the nonsectarian, community hospital is still unfinished. The top three floors are vacant, shell-like structures requiring several million dollars for completion. E. Albert Pallot. local banking executive and civic leader, has headed the development fund, working alongside such community notables as board of trustees chairman. Stanley C. Myers; vice president. Sam Luby. Ben Novack; and David Stuzin; secretary, Har-, old Thurman; and treasurer, Sid-1 ney Lefcourt. Sapiro said an announcement will be made at the leadership dinner making public the names of the new members added to Cedars" trustees list since the summer months. Following the program, doctors and board members will conduct a question-and-answer period to further indoctrinate the trustees. They will hear statistics concerning Cedars' growth and "its rapid integration into the huge Medical and Civic Center as a significant arm of health care and research, and learn about the renewed effort to establish a full cardiac treatment area on the fourth floor."' Sapiro said. I Hospital administrator Sanford K. Bronstein will greet the officers and trustees on behalf of the staff and invite them to tour the building after the meeting. Trustees participating in the leadership seminar will include Sidney M. Aronovitz, Judge Irving Cypen. Dr. Morris H. Blau. Dr. Morton M. Halpern. Dr. Chester Cassel, Maurice G. Furman. Louis E. Goldman. Herbert Gelernter. Joseph A. Garfield. Sidney Langer, Morris Lomaskin, Dr. Max Pepper. Dr. Maurice Rich. Also Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Col. Nathan B. Rood, Robert Russell. Sol C. Shaye. Saul Silberman, Samuel J. Spector. Joseph Weintraub. Henry E. Wolff and Stanlev H. Wolff. iiS!S!!!!""iMiff'! Jewish Studies High School ATLANTIC CITY — .ITA --, %  Jewish Education Committa ,-•Federation of Jewish charii voted to establish a high sch Jewish studies here, it | s ,,:„,„.. to have the high school opei registrar n of students ni i A subcommitee was establishedS mediately to plan the cun for the new school. % LEGAL NOTICE %  t • New Doral Beach hotel now going up on the ocean at 48th st„ Miami Beach. The structure is companion facility ot the S12 million Doral Hotel and Country Club opened here last January. Topping-Out Fete At Doral Beach ~~ %  clerk : .. •• _. ;.u _i....... fr the new hotel, which is located on JrdI day %  %  : %  •> i..it A n fall l. .!. to, Jlldg I .. %  •will b< • % %  • %  i a*alnm IN THE SMALL CLAIMS CO I AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOB-; No. 1000'6 """DA .IKKI KCS. N STORKS IN .i Pin d i Plain) Ifl \ t JOHN I' PITZSlMMi 'N.JOHN K WITHKRS AND STORAGE. INC I -. i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO DEFEND V> if. .ii HN P I rjr.s \| !... I'nknown. ill • that a tVmplaii • Writ of Rt-ph I I • • Z. rmi Rlondi I %  • %  Pet Ni %  -• • i. nu•! .lu-.iin-.. re ilred • %  nn • %  i A cocktail party, with olives for the martinis picked from a gifl olive tree, sent by the SindicatO Xacional del Olivo of Spain, was held this week on the 17th floor of the new Doral Beach hotel in Miami Beach. The traditional topplng-oul ceremonies were climaxed by the helicopter delivery ol Ihe young tree. flown from Madrid via Iberia airlines, then airlifted from Miami International Airport to the lop ol • )„ %  nev hotel which is located on Ihi ocean al Wth -i The Dor..: Beach hotel, compani,n facilitj ol the si2.ooo.ooo Doral Hotel and Country Club that opened last Januar> is being built and will ;I1M bi i wned and operated by Alfred L. Kaskel, president of Doral Enter] ris< Tin Doral Beach, being erected I j cost of Sit 0 00, will open this winter's season the first luxur> hotel to be built in Miami B< ach since 1955. at BABY TIME PRIZE-WINNER STAYS PUT I FRANKFURT — (JTA) — A survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, who won the 1962 German Youth Book prize with a look on the life and fate of Jewish children in the Nazi camps, has contributed the cash award of 4.000 narks (Si.0001 to dependants of ether survivors, officials said here this week. Clara Asscher-Pinkhof, the Dutchbom Isaeli author, won the award for her book, '"Children of the Star.'" but she declined to come to West Germany to accept it. She said that '"I cannot cross that border again." YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Met -"UKhi In Hi. I nol le< .-lii.ll l publlal • foi i week* In Thi i Do inOrdered day of \ O. J. TAPPAS, Clerl ("our! Dade Co %  h' laaal) Mm.. H • l p itj C i H 1% COUNTY JUDGES COURT CADE COUNTY FLORIDA No 54107-C I it!-: KST \-;\. OF IOSE1 HINE PI I • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C.RCUIT COURT or -E ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCL "OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE CCi-NTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9802 .K1.IZ iHNS '• nt II • %  • •HNSON : • % %  • • IT FOR DIVORCE i % %  • h ll 'H.VSi N %  ." • \ V. II IRL.ES \ • • notified thai : '.\ ore* I -. %  and %  ..? %  Bill Plaintiff, %  • • %  M. -u>; Lincoln r. Florida an I i \i.-u. i .., pleading In fftoe el •li. i • • rk ..i the 'T I • • • cth da> II yi do in fault a i %  taki n af relUI di n ah led in r 11ulaliil Tli .nutloi Rhall hi .... ii week for f"iir %  % %  • • 1 Hi: JEWISH II. >l DONE \N!' ORPERK I'.. • di i till '.th da} A %  -i'. 1. I LEAXHERMAN Circuit Court, de i B) I. SN Demit) i' ENE I WEISS 40" Llm i In Road Miami I .>.. ii. Florida tttoi I> f. i Plaintiff ., %  '• N> O o o o o <> o 3 o <> i o o WATERMELON TIME IS HERE! Enpoy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables ... Or Take Out! ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I hi .ir,. im .1 di bUKlnee* under tin fl KEY PERSONNEL, ul %  %  %  x .-. \U to refiUti i said nan ll rouri hloridi TERESA GOI I' Sole Own j sg/ppgres^ PHONE IN YOUR ORDERS FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON NOTICE OF INTENTION APPLICATION FINAL DI8CHAR %  i • JOSKI'II ......i and %  ui i ol nroval %  -i \ i %  RMIDA.%  Kaplan MAM OR GE ,i I I I I 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em RIU Hare! lOaei Polly %  • A.M. 10 rM mmmmmmm fl NOTICE LNOER F'CTiTIOUS ". I I "ll I ill 1 1 I.KVINIMAS .1 T-ll-'l



PAGE 1

hiday September 21. 19G2 +Jenisti fterilfor Paoe 7-C LEGAL NOT C£ NOT CE UNDER TIOUS NAVE L*W IS HEREBY in %  I S A •• %  : I %  I \' '. I Stre •• i i !l vdmm BY HENRY LEONARD £ NOTICE UNDER r CTITIOUS NAVE LAW HEREB' %  • I %  i| clesll %  %  ;.;-" del ihi flctl' I I I'lti il'ERTIES K MO N.E N rth Mlai %  •' ~ i I'lrt'ull if Da la KHKENCE CAN! V. C.I • n .v Alb -n i %  SI %  %  • 1 •• --E CIRCUIT COURT OP THE '.•M JUDICIAL C O'IdiT OF DA N AND FOP OAOE %  .TV. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C • \l SADl'R NOT.ce OF SUIT I AM SALT I H lu .'-II • I i. %  %  %  V. EVENTH I for • s "or LAKE N %  i %  I Haili F 1'arj \ • ;:;' % %  • S-Ii, H.t|i S'erla S H.t• Model R :.,:. li • • • I I %  %  %  • •. i i • i %  ;•% Iherenl i •..:' %  MARTIN I IN 14 in • i than %  >•• • i • KATH %  • %  • • • s \ r, I I'lall ... ,i Hid,, 1 i : CIRCUIT COL'flr OF TH = • %  TH JUDICIAL C RGU'T OF DA IN ANO FOR DAO E -NTV. IN CHANCERY NO 62C M83 SAVINGS A N i.\ • \ VLt HSU • ind C \Rl >:. Wife, el 1 1. nt* NOTiCE OF SUIT I. VS ALOIS I m I VLOISK >. '., %  wife ran \ i -• V irk herebj notll mainst \ <> ; %  ELtS\ H I i' • ioi Ida In I lADB forrclosi II %  inill rlh I HTONEYBR I I rd I n g to the LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai Hi. nndei Klgiii'd, Ueslri gage il business undi r he fl< i' i COLLECTION Bl'REAl' OK FI.ORIDA at M (ilralda \> enui i %  i tables, Plot Ida Intends i" -in.i II. mi. with ih. i 'lerk "f i hi i 'II cult Court ..I I lade County, Florida. i MIA If l-IT 'III.' >R1I 'A, IX" '. B> E. Melvln I listillei fassl sei ) i in II.i col p, i Sole > n. r ,H IHN II "AMI. J R Attoi IIP) foi Applicant KID Alfred I iluFoni Bldg 9 14-21-2S, I" :. "James, if the Rabbi says it's trefe, give him an argument." LEGAL NOTiCE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COLN T > J-OOE i CJI.3T \ IN AND FOR OAOE JOUNTY,* FLOR DA N 'ROBATE N) 57011 a IX RE I: • • EMMA Kl'.RS IS, NOTICE TO CREDITORS • All I tmillav..: %  : You i i ids i LKEP & ANKl's', .ii 'i \ ,I;J Vttorue) for San NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES ; he undi rslgm d, desiring NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBl lilVKN that the undersigned, desiring i" nimn In I'li.-m. sunder i he fli til ou* nami ul ARTHCR I'AMDEN ul S34 N.E 2nd Avenue, Miami 38 ini.ii.l-. i.. reglstel said name with the Clerk %  >:' thi cull Courl "i I'iiil.t'ounty, Florida MKI.VIX VYEISS '.' I l-.'l -_'N I" 5 IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA No. 52028-C (Clark) I RE: ESTATE i P IRVINti FRANK, formerl) known .is isiii.ii Frank I 'ei eased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL D.SCHARGE NOTICE is herelij given that I have filed m) final report and petition for Final IMscharare aa Executrix "I ih. estate of IRVINti FRANK de: ceiiBed: and that on the Mh da) of October, 19*2, "ill apply I" the Honorable lieorK" T Clark "'"iintv Judgje I "f Hade County, Florida, for approvil "I s.ii'i final report and for final dli i hai u'.1Exei itrlx "f I he Extati ol IRV1NII FRANK, den This IIMII da) "i April, l2 HETTY IRANK, Executrix ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeni$fi flcridliidir. solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Vial I 16 3-1605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE II i v .n. :. na mi ol TRKASCRE ISI.ANH SERVICE SI'ATl IN ill 1 ^M %  ISM null '.in-. .i> lla) Vlllam !• lot Ida Intenda to %  %  (later s.iiii name iili the i "let k ..: the Circuit Courl ul I %  I ml SAM S( 'I >H 'KS( IN i|S HIII ;,--iii .,K \i -. SHNE I le 12 I l.lni in Rd Miami Reach Ha .,..•. I late of H i : I I-2I-2S, I" :. if .' i i countand fill and NOTICE OF WAREHOUSEMANS SALE to enKUK" '" x l: ''•'' SHAIMRI I Ai t'.i II. \ foi Exei \ i %  in... Florida, within rott the time of I here•i" or th'* same %  > %  re I it Minn %  Id i la) of Sept. A.D SAMIEL K IS IN !R \m \ K FIN s v :" N \ • • %  %  .. \ %  : 'ongr % %  • i %  %  % %  %  H. 10/5 NOTICE 3N PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N i\J FOB DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY \0 62C 1307 MAX %  VRTE, I'laintl \ s i \ QARTE I I.M.I: SU T FOR DIVORCE %  %  IDA ISA 27 11 Bronx P-irk E ill Bronx, Ne 'i You i rl that a Bill ,f Complaii %  'ilnat iu, and you %  • i %  i %  • I t> er> • if >our Ana > ling to •:. %  Bill ol ... he PlaintNtVI'ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai b) \ Irtue ol i 'hapti i '..• of K Statutea Annotated (1941), W'arekouaenien and Warehouse Recelpta wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC., :i Florida corporation, b) virtue "i Ita n trehouae lien, bus m Ita posaesalon the following described property: Household Hoods As th. |o|iert) ,;,,,,,;, _,.,..; ..I Murra) tsotlinsky, lust known ad|„. hnrreil Iresa 588 E. ''1st Street, Brooklyn, N \ and that "" the I "-tit day of October, 1982, during the legal houra ..f sale, mainly between 11:00 f.iri-• iiM.ii and 2:00 In the aften n, it 2136 X W. 24th Avei Miami, Florida, the undersigned ahull %  .rf.-ifor -ul.t" the highest bidder for cash In hand the above described property, as the propert) of Murra) Ootllnsky, last kii..n addreas 588 E 91sl Street, Brookl) n. XV Dated ."" Miami, Florida, thla 71Ii daj %  •! September, 19*2 ACE-R.B. VAN MNE8, INC. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56762-B IN l:i: Kal it. of X" i.\ll II. STAl IK, Hec ll a. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 'redltoi and All Pi raona Ha> Ima "i I '• inand: Vgainsl S fl You are ben b) notlfieil .' nd re inir.-'i to |.i. sent un) clnlma und di manda which vou ma) l,.i\. against tin eatati of Xi >AH II STA" IE de. ..... .1 lati • %  l >ad< 'nunt) Florida, lu ihi "nili \ .iiiilu'.-of I 'adi i ami file the name in their off In the County Courthouse In Hade County, Florida, Ithln six c n ; • n fl II i mils from thi date of th< first hereof, or the same "ill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0 C THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADI COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 9805 I" illN I'll" 'MAS I 'I 'I.AN Plaintiff, vs. MARUARET MARY I >' >I.AX. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE MARl I VRET M VRY I M 'i.A S 109 i ink Strei I Rrimkl) n, New York II, MARl; \ RET MA RY i i .AN', hereh) notified that i f i 'omplalnl for I Hvon • has been I I against you, and you nre requl i op) of s "in Anawi r ot ing t" the Bill of Con Plaintiff's attorney, SACEI. .195 Blltmore Way, Cot Ida and fib the original Answei Ph adlng In the office "f thi "lerk the 'in till "iirt on or 15th da) of 11. !..!.. i 1962 If you fall In do ati, Judgment b> defaull tnki n against you for thi inandi .1 In thi Bill This notice ahall be pub ; • k lot foui ronai wees t THE .1 EVVISH FLI >R1DI VN 1'i'Xi: AND ORDERED it this Mill da) of -• • A I 191 E II LEATHERMAN, i irl I lade t" mi It) I. s DePIETR Deputyi SAMI'EL STEEX 195 Ftlltmore Way Coral Cables Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff I /14 21 2 I KM \ M STACE Administratrix of the estati ol NOAH II STACE, Lau Office* "f LEONARD II WOI.P, Attorne) f"i the Admlnlstt B) : !.'• iF 'ohen for :)" 11"." s IV. First St., suit. :'"7 Miami :'••:. Fla FR S-6S81 : %  7-14-21-28 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 56493-C IN RE Estate of FRANCIS A TABOADA Di eased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorn. v KWITNr.Y, To All Creditors and All Persona HavESUl'IRE, I2'i Mi load Mlamll| nR c'lalma ..i Demands Attains! Said Beach, Morlil i ml f'le the _>rlglnal Ks Answer or le office of thi ierk •: the ill iuri >n or [h. i %  % %  • • iei lg %  nt %  • i-m • %  • %  rot lief dent n le I In th • Bill of .mi'!.' ini ; innoi lubllshed ince i n-i % %  :. for f.ut weeks In ill i: JEM ISH !' i" iRIDIAN !" IN E VND iRI : : : il Ml mil .• : this 27th i i) ••' Augusl A 1 1 i:. i: LEATHE \N rt Dad : •:' l B) DONALD • 'HNHAN i i PAIX KW1 \ • 12 • i.i'i "in i: • %  i M.| IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 56891-B 9 il-L'l IN RE Estate of Rl IBERT '' SI' 11 W \i:TZ. I leceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'redltoi a and All Persons Having Claim* "i Demands Against Said Estate: VI.II .,!,. hereb) notified and required i" i" • %  -••in ..II* clnlma and d< in.mil. which you ma) have against the estate ol ROBERT C SCHW VRTZ di • eased late • %  < I >ade ''"inn %  I Ida, to thf t'ounty Judges "t Dud. County, .mil file thi sami In their offices' in the "'..IIIII> Courthouat' In Dude Count), Florida, within six ral, endar montha fr the date ol the state ol ll.AXi .A IAI.OAI'A n p ub ||,. a ,| on hereof, or the aamt lte "' '• %  •; ', %  "•": 1 | will be barred \,.i are hereby notified and required i" present any claim* and demand* which \ "ii ma) have against the I.-. i'ta. t" the Count) Judges of Dad fount) ni'i file the same In their office* in the Count) Courthouse In Mx Datle County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, "i the Baltic will be barn .1 ALLEN >"' "PER Administrator W KENT JAMESI IN Ai tome) I 1784 N.W. JSth Street B/SI, '.' 7-11-21 ZKLDA Si'MW M:IV. SOL CRAMER MERMELL Attorney i^n" s \\ Third \venue Miami 36, Florida '' 7-1 1-21 -28 %  Pij • orded In i 61 al "f the Publl B -cot i il %  int). Fior la, togetl %  • %  Rel :.. %  %  '• %  ill required I i I lur i n • %  ntlff'a .un ilalt he afot %  •i 'ourl • •> l thereoi MARTIN FINE I Ith F i >r Bl % %  iml Fl • Her than iv, • ihe %  e Pro '' infe • 11 will be "1st VOU. B i. I:\TH • %  •" %  .', \ of the Clt lourl x \ i i '•: v. E r r. %  IN FINE PU,yCI for Plaintiff I '"i. rleral Bids orida _^^^^ i 14-21 28, tO/1 .NOTICE UNDER 'CTITIOUS NAME LAW %  HEREB! IIVBN %  I to ; : % %  ruler thi I tfi nil %  W APA I %  North Mil %  Inti nd to [iste %  : %  %  •ii the i i-' II %  y TV ix. • i i in Flo la MELSi II Applli ,:.t Road IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JLO'CiAi. C ^CuiT OF FLORIOA ,N ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO 62C 1249 ELIZABETH JANE PYATTB • ilntlff, RALPH PYATTB, Del id int. ORDER TO APPEAR Y T. RALPH I'V.X P E R -il.-n.-.I'nknou n. are h f led that a %  implalnt f"r llvorce laa been filed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9809 -'MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINCS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 9250 VIRCINIA MARIE FELTON Plaintiff, ill VRI.HS KENNETH FELTON, l lefendanl ORDER TO APPEAR Ydl'. CHARLES KENNETH FELTON, Residence I'nknown. are hereby notified that a Complaint for Divorce has i n filed against you and you are required t" serve a Cop) % %  < your answer "ii Plaintiff's attorney, AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a I'nlted > %  itea coriMiratlon, l"...nitiff. \ H Mil.IIREI U.MOND, know n now ,s MILDRED OPHELIA SMITH, a single \\ "in.in. •: al I lefendanta NOTICE OF SUIT Tl %  ESTHER SCHi lENTHAL Vi .I \l:i: II EREB^ X' ITH IEI' that suit Ii ibeen filed in th< abm e-st) led • -..in i i., forei lose thai certain morl 'gug, lv, ,i b> ''. I. E X X WILLIAM WOOD, n: and VIDA SKILLMAN WOOD, liiwife i" MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN : I'. Kla 8/31, il/,'14-21 m i nisi yii Dated this 24th I u if A :-"%  "'i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, %  • %  Florid i Bj HELEN K idSLER Deput) i r-14-21 NOTICE UNDER FIC TI T 0U S W.'E LAW N T ; : \ thai %  if MAC HEN Mia a I d n a t I i ,. •. II W.i-'. -. I, INC \ pot I'i'HI lly DAVID LEVINE, I 8/3:, .1,7-11-21 Circuit Courl Dade County, Florida Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book I seal I B HELEN KRSMLKR ". page S!l of the Public Ri Deputv Clerk of liade County. Hoiida: and vene< SI, 9 7-1 I-'-". ti.ni blind*, r ^_ You an req ilred in servi cop) ol your answer or pleading "ii the PlaintNOTICE UNDER attorneys, MEYER WEISS, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ROSEN .v ROSE I Lincoln R NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Miami Read I nd fib Ihi the undersigned, desiring to engagi In u *'ei In the Office of the bUBlness un.l.i the fictitious name of clerk ol Ihi Circuit Court, .m or beSHENKMAN INSl'RANCE AGENCY fori %  %  : % %  16th da O "bet 1982 ,i i||,i s. \\ :ri Street, Mlani %  ylsi Ihi i %  said ComI.-,,:I,I, intend* •• register said name plaint ill as confessed b) It h i he 'lei k of thi i 'It i ull i 'ourl > ou. of l lade "ounty, Flot Ida HERALD SHENKM VN Sole Iwner KKSSLER CARS \ tppllcanl %  W. Isl %  : B .1. I 7-M-21 DATED nt Miami. IHldt I F la nils nil' da) "f Septi mbi I ]'.••:•.' E, B, LEATHERM VN, I" ...,l. Bj I. SNEEDEN, Deput) Caik :> I 21 -' • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C-8930 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS VND l.i IAN ASSi ICIATH IN i IF HIA1 a cot pora I i rganlsed ul %  !• laws "i th. I'nlted Sta Plaintiff. vs. i ELVIN P Jt lYCE, JR an I I 'I \X A l< .1' lYl 'i:. Ins l II !ll|iT.'Ilt. I lefendanta. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl i: ELVIN P, JOYCE, JR. o Pegg) Jo) re .'7 Mat c) Street 1 i.-. li"lii. New Jet si l YOl", ELVIN P JOYCE, li,-i eh) notified that a lompla nt I i Foreclose Mortgage and for other equltabli relief against th. following ib -, ribed property, to-wlt Lot 22, H t 17, CAROL CITY HARDENS, according t" the !"'. it then of, i • corded In Plal Book I Page 131, of the Publli Rei T it Dade County, FJotida, ha* bee.n filed against you and > > i .,:. i. quln 'l to -• r> %  a i op) of y iur .III-A i ,.i "tin r pleading l i I i 'omplalnl on the Plaintiff's attoi %  DANIEL SEPLER, I"" Hlaleah I" Hiali all. Ilorlda, and file thi orlg answer %  other pleading In the ofl "i the cii rk "f the Circuit i or befon the sth da) -f Ictober If you fall t" 'i" so, Judgment b) ifault ill i" taken against you for lhi i. lb t demanded In said plaint t" Foreclosi Mortgage and for ,.i hi • qultnble I ellef This : I %  shall be published once eai li • four in consecutlvi weeks In tha Jewish Florldlun I lated this Itli da) of S< •' % %  E i: LEATHERMAN, I i 'ii cull 'ourl, l lade i 'ount) Flot i is. all B) : c P Cl IPELA S %  • I lepul j 'lerk DANIEL S'EPLER. | Attorm ) for Plaintiff loo l Mali ah I H Ive lli.il Florida -I'h Tl' 7 ___ 9/7-11 -2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7572 CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN VSSOCIATION OF ill AI.KA il. a %  uoralIon o in,I, i the la wa ol thi I'nlted Stat Plaintiff, I s I'll VRLES 'HESTER SEARS, I left n.lalil NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN pur to a Iin.' I I '••' n < ol l ii,, ;,.dated September 7. 1962, and • nin i 'hand i j i 'aae X. 62C 7573 ,.i thi if nt Courl of th.Eli >. n'li Judicial Circuit in and for Dade County, Florida wherein CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN VSSOCIATION OF HIALEAH, a rori,"iaii"ii organised under thi laws if tli, I'nlted stat. s Plaintiff, an I CHARLES CHESTER SEARS Defendant, l ill aell t" th.highi si at I bi -: hlddi i t"i .ash al the South %  'l,,.'r "i t hi I lade 'ount s Co house In Miami, Dad< 'ount y. F IT i at 11 V .M on the 3rd day "i '• toher, 1982, the folli bed pr • v as set forth i M I Decree, I I...of I \l. GARDENS ., ding I Ihi n of, as i %  orded In Plat e 131, of the P ihll R %  nrda of I ladi • Dated i his 12th da) ••( -• pi 1962, I' i: l.i: VTHERM \ • Court, I 'ade Count I -. ,,i B) FERN E OOLI '.x ; Deput) •



PAGE 1

, 'jewrst ^rrfr^r J*-,Tf : H ss-mari anr Mr —i orrwr. Tii ^r^f or inaemrtrfoation uTMVL J ••"••"• -" %  %  % % %  .' -•* a. "" siwtr feJBMH • --•• m mdmmmt taA •" %  war M : Xc MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE £g ..-•.' :/.; • /.' m. luvo: amuf **. mmm* .-> %  <:**•. NMM


MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 21, 1962

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01755

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 21, 1962

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01755

Related Items

Related Items:
Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume :5 Number 38
Miami, Florida. Friday. September 21. 1962
Two Sections Price 20/
FK Aide Outlines U.S. Policy in Middle East
AGENDA INCLUDES HOT ITEMS
United Nations Opens
New Session as Go Ida
i
Meir Arrives to Speak
UNITED NATIONS (JTAi nidi delegation at the UN, will
ii' I7tht session of the General I head the Israel diplomatic corps
iMsembl] "f the United Nations here during Mrs. Meir's absence.
'.iied hire Tuesday with a mini- The major issues affecting Israel
r of problems on the agenda af- at this Assembly, all of which are
pcting Israel. Mrs. Golda Meir.'
Urael's Foreign Minister, arrived!
ucsday morning to participate in
Bowles Tells Hadassah
There's 'Much We Can Do'
To Bring Peace to Area
pledge Of NON-AFfiUATlON
SEE SEC. B
Continued on Page 6 A
CHESTER BOWIES
i "voiat'le and uncertain"
,. optr. ;. session and to deliver
eforc the delegates the views of i
the Israel Government on major
sues which will come up for de-
liberation at the parley.
The issues affecting Israel direct
are o it expected to come up for I
discussion before some time in
November. Mrs. Meir will return
Israel after delivering her maj
<>r addrts- at the General Assem-
bly this month. But she returns in
November to participate in the de-
bates that will arise in connection
lith the Arab-Israel situation. Ara-
laasador Michael S Comay. per-
lanent > prescntative of tin Is
Senate Bill
nsates
Ex Germans
State Dep't. Says We've
Sold Israel Military Ware
fULl TEXT Of HMPiRN LITTER
PAGE TO-A
Compel
WASHINGTON (JTAi The State Department, acting on the
request of President John F. Kennedy, has informed Rep. Seymour
Halpern. New York Republican, that the United Statesapparently
very recentlyhas provided Israel with "significant amounts" of mili-
tary equipment, as well as "credit facilitcs" to finance the purchases
Phillips Talbot. Assistant Secre- __________
lary of State, wrote Rep. Halpern
that "the President has asked that
the Department of State reply" to
Rep. Halpern's formal request to
President Kennedy for a clarifica-
tion Of the current l'nited States
arms supply policy toward Israel.
Hep Halpern had cited Soviet arms
acquired by Egypt, including late-
mo.lel jet bombers, jet fighters,
tanks, and submarines.
PITTSBURGH (JTA) Chester Bowles. President Kennedy's
special representative, told 2.000 delegates to Hadassah's 48th nationa
convention Sunday that, despite the fact that L'nited States capacity
to control specific events in the Middle East "is no more than marginal."
there is "much we can do to promote and underwrite a new sense of
hope throughout the Middle East that alone can eventually bring a rela-
tive measure of stability and progress."
Mr Bowles and Avraham Har-
man, Israel Ambassador to the:
l'nited States, spoke at the opening
plenary session of the Hadassah
convention at the Pittsburgh Hilton;
hotel Characterizing the Middle
East as an area whose future
course of political development is
"volatile and uncertain." Mr.
Bowles outlined these six "basic in-
gredients for a truly realistic Amer-
ican policy" toward the region:
French Confab
Studies Refugee
Influx Problem
"1. It seems to me that here,
as elsewhere, our paramount aim
must be to help all the nations of
Continued on Page 8-A
Supreme Court Ponders Anew
Israel's Knotty Law of Return
WASHINGTON (JTA' The
Ij-inate passed this week a war
claims t~i 11 including an amendment
11 i Sen. Jacob K. Javits. New York
Republican, to provide compensa-
tion payments to German Jews.
Iiiow naturalized Americans.
The basic legislation pertained to
the sale of General Aniline & Film
h" German property vested by
[the l'nited States during World
War II. and disposition of the pro-
Iceeds The Javits amendment
would provide payment to certain
[naturalized American citizens who
[during World War II were German
I nationals.
An amendment offered by Seen.
Kenneth B. Keating. New York
Continued on Page 3-A
Talbot told Rep. Halpern: "The
Department is in a position to
assure you categorically that the
arms competition and military
situation in the Near East remain
under closest scrutiny and con-
stant review at all times in the
Executive branch. Israel's se-
curity is a matter of deepest con-
tinuing concern, and receives the
most careful attention in the De-
partment of State."
"While Israel has in fact obtain-
ed certain of its military require-
ments from France." said Mr. Tal-
bot. "acquisitions from that source
Continued on Page 2-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) A three-
judge Supreme Court tribunal re-
served decision this week on the
application for asylum in Israel of
Peter Licberman. 42. of Detroit,
sought by United States authorities
I for alleged passport fraud. The
judges ordered Israeli officials to
t suspend proceedings against Lieb-
erman until Friday.
Licberman, who is hiding in Is-
1 rael. where he is being sought by
Israeli police for illegal entry, was
represented by counsel in an ex-
parte hearing The attorney. Flic/.
.1 Pugatch, asked the court to call
on the Interior Ministry to show
cause why Lieberman should not.
as a Jew. be granted a settler's
visa under the Law of the Return
The attorney asked that in the in-
terim. Lieberman should not be de-
ported.
The judges issued a temporary
stay to enable counsel to submit
further depositions. Among the
Continued on Page 9-A
GRENOBLE. France (JTAi
The influx of over 100.000 Algerian
Jews into this country has posed
the most grave problems of care
> relief and survival faced by French
Jewry in modern times, the Jew-
ish community of this country was
warned here
The warning came at the con-
clusion of a two-day conference in
this city summoned bj Fonds Soc-
I ial Juif I'nifie. the major French
Jewish welfare organization, called
specifically for the purpose of eval-
uating the problem, analyzing its
implications and planning for con-
crete actions on the part of the
Jews of France
More than 30 French Jewish
local and provincial organizations
Continued on Page 7-A
Anti-Semitic Outfit in Brawl
As 30 Mongers are Arrested
AT GRADUATION EXERCISES
Israel Chief of Staff Warns
Syria of New Aggression
TEL AVIV 1 JTA1 Brig. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin-. Israel's Deputy
Chief of Staff, issued a blunt warning to Syria this week that Israel
would not tolerate indefinitely Syrian attacks on Israeli field workers
and fishermen in the Lake Tiberias area.
Gen. Rabin made his statement
after a series of three Syrian at-
tacks on field workers in the south
western region Of the lake. Only
alter heavy fire was returned did
the Syrians end their shooting Af-
ter an early morning attack on
II:on. the Syrians fired twice at
tractors working in Haon fields
Heavy return fire silenced the Syr
ian gunners after a half hour on
than 85 of them were arrested in each occasion
,.000 members of the ultra-nation- ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^.^
..list group went to a cemetery to |n,, 5- ()f u, voulns
pay homage to a 19th century
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) Thirty members of the Tacuara or-
ganization, which has been charged with a key role in the recent up-
surge of anti-Semitic incidents in Argentina, were held here after mass
arrests which followed a demonstration in downtown Buenos Aires.
The disturbances U^gan when I
SEN. JACOBS JAVITS
. payments to citizens
|i ider. The demonstration was un-
authorized and police ordered
them to disperse. The youths re
-ponded by tossing stones at the
police and later making a run
through downtown streets during
which they scrawled swastikas and
anti-Jewish slogans on walls. More
A charge that an anti-Semitic
organization comprising immi-
grants "affiliated and controlled
by the Argentine Tacuara" move-
ment exists in Johannesburg, So.
Africa, was made this week by a
former police detective, Aubrey
Continued on Pa.-je 11-A
Gen. Rabin issued his warning
at graduation exercises of a
group of cadets. He said: "Is-
rael will not agree to the border
area becoming a scapegoat for
Syrian army revolutionary ener-
gy. Israel strives for peace and
quiet on the Syrian border while
safeguarding its right to develop
this fertile irrigated area. If the
necessity arises, the Israel army
will be able to ensure this right
in the future as it did in the
past."
It was reported from Damascus
1h.1t S\ri;i had called on the Arab
states to meet to discuss "the Pal-
estine issue" in isolation trom re-
cent Arab differences. Syrian For-
eign Minister Jamel Aldin Farra.
in a note to al! Arab capitals, call-
ed for adoption of "decisive meas-
ures' to meet "dangers threatened
by Israel
Gen Rabin told the cadets that
they had graduated in a new era
of Israel security. He de
this as the need to face a threat
on two fronts He said K:;ypt was
building its military power in both
quantity and quality with the
Continued on Page 5-A


. ***- *_~#w-
:.-5e ,x* i! *fcsr r~ca

* -
:

sr
Jewish NatioaaJ Fund
tr
r-p- m mi i -*
r^rraMv !#!
'LU
_rir
: -i-: ?ccm
-
_
>J*SHN u^tsr*
= -_>tc

Os^

*! X .0*5

SSwRASCE-i
M* ---- 4|
j"



Friday. September 21, 1962
" Jen it fhridinir
Fage 3-A
HOWARD KAPLAN
Howard Kaplan
Is Guest Speaker
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.
6426 SW 12th st was u i
peaker during services last Fri-
eninj at Beth Emeth Con-
n
.. sophomon Howard is at-
|. .. the University ol Chicago
ir-yeai s holarship He is
k his dormittory 11. i
r graduate of Rabbi Sim-
[ .::.- Hebrt U school, Howard
c s( holarship and a
from tlu- Bureau of Jew-
lion in an essaj contesl
i chter,
ai ii is! !.< is assist-
ncerl tin L'nivt r-
; hicaj S ny < >rches-
ienate Confirms
kbba Schwartz
.'. VSHINGT IN ."!' \ Abba
stl> rti >unsi I for "hi'
Nations Inn Ref-
confirmed
- at< t hi week ;>~ chiel
- ti Di partn m Bureau
Consular Affairs.
Schwartz is thi first a Imims-
nor ol hi iireau to have S< n
ioi
Thi < hanged to provide
i onfirn al n at thi
Rep. Frances E. Walter,
n Pennsylvania Democrat who is
House Committet
Vctivil ies, and ac
it in s] i nsoring immigration leg-
Rei Walli r has Indlcat
: appointrru nt.
ienate Bill Eyes
Compensation
Continued from Page 1-A
|epublican, also adopted, author-
id payments in the amount of
Bod.iKK) out of funds owned by per-
pns who were persecuted by the
Pa/i> and who died without heirs,
br benefit of needy and surviving
firmer persecuted persons who arc
ow in the United States Thi> is
so-called heirles> property
lendment.
FREE
ISRAEL BOOK
45 PICTURES AND
MAP OF ISRAEL
WITH PURCHASE CF
YUBAN
THE S1MCHA COFFEE
L~ YOUR LCCAL S'CRE
cr
Ei frcn Ins'ant
' :' o d tin .
e'cd ;rc c, f Vjtan
' /out i-"i r c ad-
end *o
JEWISH FLORIDIAN
P.O. Box 2973
Main Post Office
Miami 1, Fla.
Lodge Protests Against Soviet Anti-Semitism
UNITED NATIONS (JTAj Two
separate protests against Sovie
Government actions with regard ti
Jews were filed here recently
One was a New York State legis
lative resolution, demanding tha:
the United States delegation pros
action in the United Nations Con'
mission on Human Rights over S
viet violation of the human right-
of the 3,000.000 Jews in the USSR.
The other was a letter to Acting
Secretary General U Thant. from
the League for the Rights of Man.
protesting against the death sen i
fences imposed by Soviet courts on
Jews allegedly guilty of "econom-
ic crimes.'' ,
The New York Legislature's res-
olution was presented to Mrs. Mar I
letta Tree, the American deleg.iio |
on the Human Rights Commission.
by Assemblyman Bartley Kassel. a |
Democrat of New York. The rcso-1
lotion charged that the "basic hu
man rights of the Jews" in the
USSR 'are being interfered with
to an extent reminiscent of the era
in Germany in the early 1930V
demanded "direct accountabil-
ity by the Russian Government b
Brigitte Joining
Liz Taylor?
PARIS fJTAl A Paris daily
reported this week that Brigitte
B.irdot. the French actress, plans
to convert to Judaism
The daily. Aurore, said that the
actress planned to get a divorce
.. Jacques (harrier and to mar-
ry Sam Prey, a Jewish actor She
wants to tollow the example of the
late Marilyn Monn e an I Elizabeth
Taylor to prove her love to Frey
but the rabbinical authorities in
Paris an dubious about the pros-
pi ctive convert,
However, the daily said, she ha
not given up her plan-, and was
studying Jewish religious lore with
surprising diligence
ihe United Nation.- and to all the
:<( peoples of ihe world."
Mr. Kassel, who visited the So-
viet union last winter, said that
he had found "evident" disrup-
tion of Jewish communal life in
the Soviet Union and efforts to
repress the rights of the Russian
Jews to freedom of religious prac-
tice cultural privilege.
I
Asserting that she shared "deep-
ly'" the concern for Russian Jewry
expressed in the Legislature's res-
olution. Mrs Tree said she would
p;.ss the document on to the State
Department. She pointed out that
the Human Right- Commission is
not empowered, under the UN
Charter, to investigate complaints
made by individuals or groups, not-
1 ing that the State Department is
I responsible for determining U.S.
| policy here in regard to "vital mat-
ters of this character."
The letter from the League for
tne Rights oi Man. signed by the
'organization's chairman. Roger N.
Baldwin, noted that the Soviet Un-
ion ha 1 imposed death sentences
on citizens convicted of relatively
.iiyht offenses. A majority of those
recently sentenced to execution in
Russia for "economic crimes" are
believed to be Jews. The Baldwin
letter pointed out that reports from
the Soviet Union have indicated
that seven "economic criminals"
have been executed and at least 17
others have been sentenced to die.
Of the 24 condemned, reports have
indicated, at least 16 are Jews. Of
hose alrady executed, five are
known to be Jews.
We Take This Opportunity
To Wish A!! Our Friends and
Customers a Very Happy and
Prosperous New Year
ABE CHIEL
We Carry a Full Selection of PRIME MEATS and POULTRY
Please Place Your Orders for the HIGH HOLIDAYS To Avoid the Big Rush.
WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF GREATER MIAMI end Ship to All Parts of Florida
QUALITY KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET
ABE CHIEL and BERNARJ KAPLAN. Proprietors
1819 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone FR 1-5001

. '

-.
/


;f

;1*.
r\
'*'

,
u '
/
INSURED
SAVINGS

LOW COST
HOME LOANS
Current Dividend
Rote on Sovings
PAID AND
COMPOUNDED
QUARTERLY
Your doctor is
a specialist...
and so is
Dade Federal
To be a doctor requires years of very specialized
training, followed by constant research and study
to keep up with the new drugs, new methods of
diagnosis, new surgical techniques and other
changes in the medical field. In order to give you
the best possible medical and surgical care, your
doctor must indeed be a specialist.
The folks at Dade Federal are specialists too-In
savings and home financing. Like the doctor,
they have devoted years of study to their chosen
field. Their specialized knowledge enables them
to give you the best possible advice on your sav-
ings program and home financing needs.
'One of fhe Nation's
Oldest and Largest
Bade Federal
i/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI .
rTErU M. UPTON, President
6 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY"
Main 0le A'apattah Branch North Miami B-mch
101 E. Flafller St. "~cc N.W. set* St. 12370 N.W. 7th Ave,
Tamlaml B-a-ch Ec aon Center B--cri
19C1 S.W. 8tf, St. OC N.W. 7th Aye.
OL^ (: -EC 190 V.'LL'C". RS
:"*


Pcge 4-A
-JewlstiflcrMtor
Friday. September 21, 1962
"Jewish Floridian
CFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street
Telephone FR 3-4605
Teletype Communications Miami TWX
MM 396
FF.ED K. SHOCHET..............Editor end Publisher
LEO MINDLIN...:..........................Executive Editor
SELMA M. THOMPSON..........Asst. to Publisher
ISRAEL BUREAU
Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. Israel
RAY U. BINDER Correspondent
Published ven- Friday atio* \9T7 by The Jewish FlorldUa
at 110 N E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida.
Second-Claas Potae Paid at Miami. Florida.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and
the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jew.sh Telegrapni
Agency. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News
Service. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. or
English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn.
T!. Jewish Floridian does not ruarante* th< K.-.shruih
. I :!.. m. I In lu columns ____
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
Local Area
One Year *5 00 Three Years 1"C OC
Out of Town Upon Request
Volume 35 Number
Friday, September 21, 1962
22 Elul 5722
Law of Return:
A Pandora's Box
As we predicted in these col-
umns, the Soblen case has open-
ed up a Pandora's box with re-
spect to Israels law of return.
The Supreme Court this week
ruled against Mervyn Gold, of
Cleveland. O charged by the
United States with fraudulent h-
.-:..-:.-.'. tr discretions. Despite
Amer-.can eHoits to prevent his
flight Gold came to Israel a
month ago. and is seeking asylum
there under the previsions of the
law of return.
Barely was the ink dry on the
court s decision to reexamine the
entire Gold affair on the basis of
the tact that one member of Is-
rael's highest tribunal had reg-
istered a dissenting opinion, then
the case of Peter Lieberman. of
Detroit Mich, came to the fore.
Lieberman is in hiding some-
where in Israel. He is being
sought by U.S authorities for al-
leged passport fraud. His attor-
neys are seeking to assure that
Lieberman wont be deported, if
found by Israeli police, before the court re-
ceives further depositions.
As we indicated here previously, there is
c substantial difference between these cases
and that oi the late Dr. Robert Soblen: The
communist atom spy had been tried and con-
victed both Gold and Lieberman are thus far
enly charged.

ACCESS TO THE COURTS
The Soblen aHair stirred up a naucnal
hsa Lb Israel when Prime Minister Ben-Gurion
set the seal oi doom on the psychiatrists
search for sanctuary there by cssertir.g that
the law of return is not meant to harbor crim-
inals
rut in fact neither Lieberrr.ctr. nor Gold
.s a convicted exfanina) Can the Supreme
Ccurt :ule agcir.st hem simply because an-
other rtar.cn has accused each at criminal ac-
tiOD? Ir. the case ct Gold the court seems in-
ned 10 apply Ser.-Gur-.cn s brand ct reason-
ing, despite the tlharp distincooa between bit
jaj status ana that c: the late sry s Unaer
these .u-cunt stances 9 seems the h:ch tribunal
w.ll similarly be inclined to rule ccair.st l_ie'r>
ennon when bit case anally ascends fan the
Ic-.ver 00 arts.
Far Israel to react ccnsistently he: people
shcula shew ever, greater a.s-r.;.::.a'..cr. tc de-
port either Gcla c: Lieberman than they aid in
the case ct Scbler. 1: is predictable that this
will not be so since what most Israelis say
they objected tc last time cut was no: Scbler. s
clepvortaiicr. hut the ccvernmer.ts raulure re
permit him access :c the courts.
Nevertheless the law c: return, simple ana
noble thouah I ma* be in its inter.: is now
LAM w walls cometvrribiinQ, down
the week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN

COR A last look at the sub.
ject discussed here dur-
daring the wee* *,**-*
church and state is both a
noble and necessary one to the
freedom of a comp
in which many relij
liefs exist outside
faith such as Christi
our own nation. At |
the past, separation has tend-
ed to define the rights i f the minority and to protect th-
not by tolerating them, but by assuring a governmental dis
in religious matters This sort of disinterest no longer
-. the American condition is -uch that it.- people have more
decades become increasingly pnrtial with respect
ious identification.
scussed some of lh reasons for the change hen
the decline of rugged individualism as a way of life. ad\
ernmental participation in the social and economic destin;
private citizen, and the unhappy progress abroad of what
called Godless iommuni>m. Whatever tot reason:
are incontrovertible: while disinterest never in reality m< ml lack
of interest, but rather a beneficent impartiality, today's -
spell the very opposite a society in which religion ha-
ing amount of purpose.
If minority groups, a-.d Jews among them. ir. the pa--
enough motivation to identify staunchly with separation
and state as a constitutional principle, they setnungly
better ones today. For, where the mass shows a sudden ai
awakening I ward powerful affiliation with > and emotional belief, the minority U guarant i
safety, must be particularly disposed to preach that whi<
mental to American democracy
KtMOVAL ftOm THl AflOfCAN /WA/NSTMAM
I DO NOT, however, anywhere notice that this awakenin
tl
serration, the Prime Minister touched the core
of the question at least so far as the Jews oi
Denmark aie concerned. Assimilation would
not be nearly so marked there if the Jews of
Denmark found their life as Danes any less
happy than it is. All oi which, of course, only
proves the truth oi Mr. Ben-Guncr.'s second
observation.
Nevertheless, as the quest of the Danish
Government and the Danish people, the Prime
Minister should have held his Aliyah fire. This
is particularly true for Denmark, whose qlor-
ious and noble example durinq the Nari occu-
pation will forever be a shininq paqe in the
frequently shabby pcqes of human history.
Denmark's fastidious and courcqeous pro-
tection c: her Jewish communityof her Danish
citizens who happened coincidentally to be
Jewish- has been tola too often to be repeated
here. If for no ether reason, and as a metier
ot respect tc this Mr. Ben-Gurion should have
beer, mere reserved even if he was net impel-
led tc be mere rea'.is'ic

THE RISP0NSI Of THE MOB
But Chid Race. Melchcir .r. h.s rebuttal
reached the depths ai shallcw taste when he
arcruea that Jews car. be both secure and Jew-
ish in ether places than in the few square
Dmeters which term the territory c: Israel
What he ceils the tew square kilometers e:
Israel Involve the destmy ot Jews and Juaa-
isxu :cr some r.ve-thousand years This earth,
eternally scerec re Jews, is socked ir. the blood
ot Jewish youth who rebeiied aqams: two mii-
ienia c: cr.n-Serr.it.sm and ir. Ir-ir brought
forth c new nation on those tew square kilo-
meters.
In those tew square kilometers was born
the Hebrew conscience and culture which
grew tram its cradle to rock the spiritual des-
tiny of mankind. To those tew square kilo-
meters were drawn two rernryaic. ana uclv
Crusade* that proved their implacable attrac-
tion ever, tor bestial reclots. Unharpilv net
P-_e Monster Ser Gur.cn has acne it all men speak softly ana deal heca-eltlv with
I a see-5-;-. rcper.nacen our.ng nave a;
- re _rcei ? Partirajarly :cr this reason Pr.rne :' r.^ter
Sen-Go. idem Israel re-
erpressec arts sc acerrly ana scrr.etmes undiplcnt
ear rar -t "ews ere ai"
so marked Fc e tew c .cmeers *.-
- .: i. Bus 2hie: r .-.
i a or. ct the sj
?ar
eved abroad bv less
iV- -
an nor.e
-'<
id tar mere
than simple minds as a loophole tor scr.oTuary
isnee It is a leophcle Israel will m-
ev.tablv hare re close
Mr. Ben-Gurion's Campaign
icantiv sectarian Thu^ far at least, advocates of p
identification have in the main interpreted their positi
point of view that Americans, generally. >hould stand
counted in the matter of belief in God. Those who will -. it by
emphasizing the excessive violations of the separati--
our school system for example, forget that such violat;
even in the nineteenth and early twentieth century heydav
governmental disinterest.
This does not mean that I accept at face value the -.rripie"
religious impulsts of the zealous among us. who have b
peated defendants in the countless religion cases before the courts
of the land today. But I do suggest, as I did last week I strict
separation of church and state is no longer the absolui- minority
group guarantee of religious freedom it was once held I
Or. if this is not true entirely, there is at least good an tffirieat
justification in the changed condiUon of contemporary secietv to indi
cate that a reexamination of the old position might tx profitably
undertaken.
For the fact is that a significant amount oi evidence has already
been amassed indicating otherwise: An inflexible interpr 'jtion of
the separatist principle in our own time may very wei; tinaMj
defeat the more basic and important aim of protecting a- I prestrr-
ing minority religious rights The reasoning here is simple: Inflex-
ibility will increasingly tend to take us out oi the main^-ream of
America's uncomfortable readjustments to her new roie tn the mod-
ern world.
THl MIMIAM tVUHSltlki AHONt OS
kJRS. MIRIAM RUBINSTEIN is a housewife and BMther .ving in
" Long Island. N Y Some four weeks ago. she "made' fr ml pap
copy with her plea to enjoin the schools from permitting -rents to
sing the fourth stanza oi the Star Spangled Banner I of tl
phrases in this stanza of our national anthem reads: "For .:. God is
our trust.''
1 f;nd absolutely m thing wrong with singing tht St
Banner."' in classroom or out. fourth star.za or any other If s"^
porters of Mrs Rubinstein's v:ew consider such an ebaerval to 6*
naive "flag waving let them make the most of it j-
making the most of them
I have known many Miriam Rubinsteins during th-
The religion cases before the courts are riddled with '
steins predominantly if : entire!) as ling--
lsH8. thev voted in a bloc for Henry Wallace not t*^i
had been a fine lice President under Franklin D *****
but becaese, tlsej said then *a> "no choice betwi
Truman and Thomas E Ptwty
M> own view then aas and It remaina todaj
for Wallace because Mr T: leant the Marshall P'.^-
i mmunist containm< rmerf
TMt srtar jiwijh voicts on ohi issut
AGAIN IN 1960, tbej between K
" K-.vhard Nix,- a- ir, 1963 ar.d li5^. Ban] of II
Dwight Eisenl
but becauM I was out "to confuse the .--
Another thins cbaractenaiBi them all: they are sudden
tbeir pobucs 1 still saj nothing, it speaks for
..sm offend- me t> '.r< ,>rt It is the kind oi Jedaisn I
r t> word nor acti\< ation on their parr
patina anportu .nating far more .
deed inej ait asjgneved parents, let them spe^
rs When th< Miriam HiibmsUil among as -
:h* >.-.- u its .-raiting the i .on their childrea
at home and temple they may mean instructs --' ttt>
MM mean r
1 a- by new tired of all the great voices v
aftavs that are -a: or. I ar.d I
ird etaversfiac n<-.th,r :n the tyeacacec ror ttw arei
If. aa i
M our identification
'
-.- .
-- -
SnouM this
S
inu^
years,
a Rub;n-
m
Strrce
. leeid
Bui tb*

'


Friday, September 21, 1962
A Bit Of
Frost Flavor
By MA* LERNER
_._......
Robert Frost has come back from his journey to Gagra, on the
. ik> ... where N':k.j Khrushchev came to his bedside and they talked
: Ami rica and Russia. Frost is one of our authentic "representative
. d gives a characteristic flavor to every sentence. His report
ol th< (change be fen ihc two men is worth more pondering than
the wh t raft of Khrushchev interviews that have floated over the
Atlai
Fr< -: called h .--. !f a "tramp poet." bu' an his principle that poetry
power are r lj id he is recognizably making some forays into the
ilm oJ power, vhere he is far less at home than with poetry. He
Khrushchev iriously a "mighty monarch" and a "ruffian." But
lh anti-Khi ishchev society rejoice prematurely at the latter
Fr si after sleeping on it thai il was scarcely diplomatic
; about iho had sat bj his bedside and "modified" il
to "n h and rea-Jj Bui I like his first term, ruffian," especiall)
rreanl liallj and said it almost with affection.
II i Is mus liplomats in censoring their language, which
51c rcute out ol their inconscious, then what's
1 us* ha\ Il ;.i,!i ;:i!k politics"
Tht ipecfae'e ar an 38 year-young man taking a jaunt to the Soviet
me : ii Old men have been advisers of heads ol
il ie past, > have been court jesters and story tellers, they
amba -> lors, the) have been singers of songs. But it is
rareij history I'.at an old man has combined something of each of
e i es as Fr isi has.
Khrushchev said it Frost that he has "the soul of a poet." but un
furtunatelj they talked only politics, with little about poetry. Frost's
crucial eaa were roughly tour. First, that Russia and America are
the two great realities in the world, and that little else counts. Sec-
ond, th: rivalry' between ihem is good for both and the world, and
that pro&ress-out-of-conflici is the law of God. Third, that the two
nations express tv i lifferent kinds of democracy: that the Russians are
"humanizing down" to democracy, and "easing down" to socialism
while wi are "straining up to it." Fourth, that the rivalry between
the two powers must be carried on with "magnanimity," by which
Frost meant with "chivalry and in a noble manner."
Thij. are all i leas with a Frost flavor, as I can testify from hav-
ing known him 5 tmewhat over a number of years. He means them as
a poet should mean hi; political ideas -in a large, generous way. vault-
ing over .he generation! ahead, without too much precision of concept,
and with a concern Or the long future rather than the day-to-day.
-
But we who *r* not poets or power men must live in the here and
now. anil we have learned truthfully how the Communists have been
able to use the generously meant notions of some of our best spirits. I
For example, Fr>-t's idea that only Russia and America count, and
his insisUnce on dismissing other countries, does not help free-world
survival much at this particular time. The Russians like the idea
of a Russian-American dous vivendi, with the other nations counted
out Fir the 'other nations" are chiefly the European ones, like
Britain. Germany, and Prance, which are today shaping an economic
and political unity in Europe that is the great phenomenon of the i
1960s. Tbe Russians cannot hope to have them on their side, but the)
hope to split them from an Atlantic partnership.
Or take the notion that there is not really much of a gap in freedom
and democracy between the free world and the Communist world
that tht Russians are "leveling down" while we are "leveling up" to
democracy and socialism. If I were Khrushchev I would rejoice at
such ai pinion, and I should even forgive its holder for calling me a
"ruffian. For in the war of idea.' between the two systems the most
radical weapon the free world has on its side is the idea of freedom!
and di ;r.. shaping of individual life by the individual personality. When
that i> leveled" out of existence, a sharp weapon is lost in the very
rivalry which Frost regards as a law of God.
* *
But the saddest fact is that while Frost was talking of magnanimity,
chivalry ;,nd the noble manner. Khrushchev was talking out of a Com-
munist ethos which scorns all three, and regards them as survivals
from a ; re-capitalist age of Feudalism. The payoff came in a remark
Ol hi- ,. nich Frist failed to quote in his Moscow interview but did
qui tt on his return to Idlewild. "Khrushchev said he feared for us
modern liberals. He said we were too liberal to fight."
This was what the interview really came down to. Khrushchev told
this de\ :ee of poetry and power that American capitalist democracy
had bred the corrupt flower of modern liberalism, which Communists
scorn far more thin they do reactionary militarism and racist fascism.
This is what he is counting on during the years ahead. It is the same
paralysif of will which Josef Schumpeter noted as part of the disease
of democratic intellectualism. It is the gap which separates a lead-
ership ai d people who have a conscience and a sense of guilt from
those who have neither.
Robert Frost, I am certain, does not go with this tender-minded-
ness ol as modem liberals If he did he would be far less of the
poel than he is. And the iron in the Frosts of our time, as well as the
poetr) in -hem. may be what will save the free world.
-Jewlsti Flvrlciiar)
Page 5-A
Emigrate to Israel, B G Tells Danes
Israel's Chief of Staff Warns
Syria Against New Aggression
Con-inued frim Page 1-A
I new weapons while "on the
northen ordi r ire hear too fre-
quently the guns .if the Syrians."
A Foeign Ministry spokesm.-.n
said the Israel Government took
the "gravest view" of the renew-
ed attacks and that it intended
raise the issue at the United
Nations It was disclosed that the
Syriam had been firina almost
daily at workers in the demilitar-
ized tone for the past two weeks.
Michael S. Comay. chairman of
1 the Israel delegation to the United
Nations, this week discussed with
ranking members of the IN Secre-
j tarial the serious situation on the
Syrian border and asked that the
IN react in the strongest possible
manner by making representations
on this issue to Syria on the high
j est possible level
COPENHAGEN < JTA) Jewish leaders in Denmark took strong
and public issue this week with an address by visiting Prime Minister
David Ben-Gurion in which he urged Scandinavian Jewish youth to go
to Israel cither for settlement or at least for study because he was con-
cerned about the future of Jews in countries "where assimilation is so;
marked."
The Prime Minister made his ap
peal to a group of such youth here u
and the responses came quickly! | f*"8 a P"tlC,an mus|
Otto Levysohn. chairman of trie
from the Prime Minister's views.
"We Danish Jews," he said, "could
never want a happier place to live
it might be necessary that
yewish^c^m^ity^f O^nhagen:! "B^tt* SSL* ""Wet"
said he was dissociating himself n^he 'rime Mm.ster replied the
! next day that he had simply ex-
pressed "my personal views." He
made the comment when he Was
than Denmark We have no infer- QestionccI about Rabbi Melchoir's
iority complex, but rather feel our- gS b"k.e' sayin? ,ha< he,be:
lieved that every Jew can find
complete satisfaction in Israel."
and that "anyway, I expressed in
this matter my personal views "
"We Danish Jews," the Chief
Rabbi stressed, "don'l usually air
cur patriotism. Why on earth
should we shout hurrah' more
loudly than all other Danes? But
we lake an opportunity like this to
state thai no one, however big he
may be, or from wherever he may
come, has the right or is able to
change even one jot of what for 150 i
years has been the status of Dan-1
ish Jews under which there has
been established a relationship in!
Denmark of which we are all just j
as happy on the Christian side as
on the Jewish side."
"There is one thing in partic-
ular which I want to point out,"
the Chief Rabbi added in his
press statement. "If Premier
Ben-Gurion really claimed that in
order to be a Jew every minute
of one's life, one has to live in
Israel, then according to my
selves a proper part of the Dan-
ish people. We are first Danish
and then Jewish, and this has nev-
er involved us in any conflicts."
Chief Rabbi Phil Marchus Mel-
choir also rejected Mr Ben-Gur-
ior.'s appeal. In a statement giv-
en wide publicity in the Copen-
hagen rewsoapers, the Chief Rab-
bi sad: "Irrespective of the fact
that *he concept of Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion on the question is well known
for its radicalism, it is still poss-
ible th-;t the quotation of his re-
marks has to some degree been
misunderstood insofar as it deals
with half sentences which were
taken from their context.
"On the other hand." the Chief j
Rabbi continued, "it is unquestion-
able that the way in which the]
problem has been touched on has I
at the same time affected the es-
sential interests of Danish Jews.'
What from the standpoint primary
and vital. When a man of Mr.
Ben-Guricn's status goes into this. |
view, two questions arise The
first is whether to be a Jew eve'y
minute is of imperative necess-
ity, and whether Jewishness and
being a general human being did
not equate each other so com-
pletely that one at the same time
could be Jewish and a human be-
ing in other places than in the
few square kilometers which form
the territory of Israel."
The Chief Rabbi was asked by
Israeli journalists accompanying
'lie Prime Minister why he hai
chosen to argue with Mr. Ben-Gur-
ion in the non-Jewish press. He
replied that the Prime Minister's
address was "understood here as
an appeal to all Danish Jew -
leave Denmark and emigrate I
rael I was afraid about possible
disquiet for Jews as a result, and i:
v. is my duty to answer."
The Prime Minister visite I the
- openhagen -> nagogui
received by the coi
and Chief Rabbi Melchoir with >
special prayer for peace in I
In a short address, the Chief Rab-
bi -tressed what Danish Jews had
done for Israel. In his reply, the
Prime Minister reiterated he hop-
ed that Danish Jews would remain
faithful to Judaism, "even if their
situation here is as good as it is "
Ben-Gurion's visit to Iceland, the
last stop on his Scandinavian tour,
produced assurances that Iceland
would again vote at the United Na-
tions for direct peace talks between
the Arab States and Israel. While
no official statements were issued
to that effect, the certainty of such
support emerged from the cordial-
ity of the talks.
FOR THE FINEST HOURS...
1= VsfW-';- ^ joy-crowded day at the resort, a
ST1* ~"
Jf^AlM& sumptuous dinner, a night of star
studded entertainment-all ara
brought to perfection with Seagram's V. O.,
K the whisky expressly made for the finest
hours of life. Its bright color and clarity, its
_ rare flavor and aroma are cherished
by mayvinim all over the world IIJJ.^
mSLoto*
-the unmistakable excellence of r/vM//
Canadian whisky at its finest. "^^_
J
IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKY AT ITS FINEST!
ImpoMta in In bitt't Iron :i-idi, Seii'vr'i v. 0. CtnMlm WimIj-i blind M lliicltd tWlUW, Hi yein oM 66.S p-oot Utvrr. D it left Compw, X. 1. 4.


- -: 1
+ \tutfkiHi}r
Friday Sep!
Medical Center
Due for Negev
With Miami Aid
Th i
- -

$200.
r: : l .
for E -
V

R. : K
S
xer
. -
guest of I
Rabbi Krci i.ggti-ta 'ht
Site. arer meet'-c > -f *p o'-
*icil* of HiiUdrut and th* State
oi Israel during Sii vitit earlier
- i T>o-.'h
Mm
-
United Nations Resumes Sessions
-

-
-v..
The new Mr

-
tor .-.-.- j pracl
-
:.
. .: -
J. Z S*= -v z-tfO*ri> s- --f
rae H Mrw* C&tvt -tee e1
Gre**e- M a prMastod *Se
*>; J P r.-cne- e-v
?: and Mn loaeph E
;~:~ Meri 3 ax< xxrd an
H
V. "
.*. TOTl I ?: '-''
7: Bui i r as
.:-f:-.ve sr, ay the r.r'*
Hodcsaoh Hospital
here be is knd to
-re: r :-..f^ :: staS
os ::.e new rardioloay and
radiology equipment -:
* :^..e^_
ber ^ the H.s?aSr." nt:.' >f
[MW "ee a-c ciair j-i ; Mat
_efcedec*er E-ar.ch c*-ino
extenoed o-ee* ~>?i
Continued from Paae 1-A
1 The Arab refugee issue
cer-ered abouf the fact that th.s
year s Assembly must decide on
wha' to do further in connection
.. -t ei ietivit es for 'he Arab
-. ?ee< a c*d s.nce ItSO by 'he
Ur eo Nai -"s MIW and Works
Agency for Pa.estme Refugees.
JNRVSAs current -nandate ex
pires next June 30 and th.s year s
Assembly is the last to face that
deacbne.
-
: "' ''
- I :"'
. the *i
' '
-
led thai
-
-
- '
-
Dr Johns
I
s this as _
i i
I. A resolu! to
-
S
"
Sud
Force. The Soviet bloc and sev-
eral other countries have refused
to pay their UNEF assessments.
The International Court of Jus-
tice, UN organ, has rendered an
advisory opinion, holdirg that all .
members*?** pay special essees-
ments like those levied for the
UN peace machinery embodied in
UNEF and in the UN Force in
he Congo
s&sembly
i Irafl res
. f
and
: mce "
I
imic and
-. ..r.t.-
-
rts of th rid. I
- of
- .
;n the nexi
the I
- -
-
UNVEILING
MEMORIAL SERVICE
^hiqiev ,E0N
-L_
mt. neb: :emetery
on StnSo. 5 il 23 H2
t 1:001
: r La t n
T%e >
I ...
i
Individual Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
10 A.M. to 12 NOON
Sunday, September 23rd
Sunday: October 7th
Rabbi Murray A. As*;-
-. : 30
.'. Lifted
A-r"-*- eOnceT nj *'e
:* Hm srsft :- fwvanc -c
the w-"e; Nations Emergewci
: f r-r -r "
Temple Memorial Services
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, October 7th
FOfl THE FOUOVi NT- CONiG^EC--" T\5
TEMPLE JUDA -
Rabbi MorsJecai Pode* 10 A M
TEMPLE IK>N -
Rabbi Arfre TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH -
Rabbi Moms Skop 1 P.M.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM -
Rabbi Samuel Machte 2 9 M.
LOCA1 ;\ ;; --:
5900 SW. 77ih AVENL
Mosliyrtes Stir Tomofo JnH
.
...
.
i
: i
. :
nO TO CJ RUDEISI

t*-Te*f HDrsnjr-Er.rH*h
Ct^exdf.r. 12 pares.. All
tl&tw ud Eebrev eg^.v*.
|Wtt ntl dar of the Mk.
H UMi to M IW*.
|*or fitw ooiye srrtta to H. 3.
Eatat CoansoT, t>ert J2,
RETH DJN OffHCE
AB at TI0M H STEtN
ft*- *.;l..0, Miem tract
IftM j| |^1$c
Community
Memorial Services
: r
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
:: xjs -- -- '--'- :-"."-
RELIGIOUS SERVICES Will BE HEiD i' THi
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S W 8th STREET
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd. 1962
11 00 A M
Robbi Solomon ScJiiff Rabbi Moi Snapr:
Rabbi Norman Shapiro and Rabbi Tibor H. Swn
l ::z : -~z
Cantor Wil/io mW. Lipion ana" Cantor kiounct Momcdn
ALSO Mt
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 NW 137th STREE"
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd 1962
2 00 P M. TH -c SV
Rabbi Solomon Scfcirf Robbi Mai Sbup'n*
Rabbi Joseph f. locitorsJry tobbi to*l I***-
.'. .) DfflC a'E
lev. Abrabcm Stri
.'. -. CmAJST TME ^ W8G^
5
1
-'S *\0 A JBil
PRAYB ICS KWNi S.t RJ
S6ATS A\o a TBfl -- -f r:"
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CODiAiLY
:nvITE0
- Mama


Friday, September 21, 1962
Anftfafk nrridfictr
Paae 7-A
j Jewish Communities in France Eye Refugee Aide
Lt. Col. Peieg lamir, hero of
Israel's war of liberation, will
I be guest speaker at Torah
?mple during High Holiday
leervices, it was announced
|iy Dr. Abraham Cassel. spir-
:ual leader of the syna-
Icogue. Col. Tamir will ad-
[dress the congregation on the
Uecond day of Rosh Hashona,
|Sunday, Sept. 30.
iiamian Wins
insurance Honor
Harry B. Schorr, of Miami, unit
hpervisor with the sun Life Assur-
nt < Co., of Canada, won a Char-
ged Life Underwriter designation
national conferment exercises of
B< American College of Life L'n-
rrwriters in Chicago this week.
[The C L. U. designation pro-
im. established to meet the pro-
ssional education needs of the
len and women who provide life
urance service to the public, re-
Hires three to four years of study
classes in a college or univor-
ly. Locally, classes are taught
the University of Miami.
Continued from Page 1-A
and institutions were represented
at the parley by 160 delegates.
This was the first all-France
meeting of the kind in modern
*imes, and was considered vi-
e'ence of the deep impact made
upon the Jewish community in
this country by the mass immi-
gration from Algeria.
A picture of what has already
been done, and proposals for fur-
ther speedy action by the French
Jewish community, were detailed
by E. Kaufmann. the FS.IU's spec-
ial representative for North Afri-
can Affairs. While the general,
heavy Algerian immigration to
France increased the overall French
population by one percent, he said.
(he Jewish population in this coun-
ty has swelled by 14 percent as a
result of the arrivals from Algeria
Since the North African migra-
tion started," he told the delegates,
"first a- a trickle, then as a tidal
wave, the FS.IU has set up local
committees and liaison offices to
deal with the problems at the ports
and at the airports where the ref-
ugees came." He reported that
the arrivals numbered over 100.000
in the last year
Other refugees, he reported,
have settled in other French cities
and provincial centers "where vir-
tually no Jewish communities ex-
isted previously." Among the
prime problems has been the pro-
vision of care and facilitites for
hundreds of Jewish children who
Beth Sholom Art Exhibit
First in a series of art exhibits
sponsored by the Beth Sholom Art
Council will open on Friday eve-
ning at 7:30 p.m. Woodcuts, prints
and paintings by the New York
artist. Irwin Rosenhouse. will be
featured.
To the Jewish Community at Large
;cr those desirous of offering pra\er
en the graves of their dearly departed
do'ing the Penitential Season
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
N.W. 25th STREET at 103rd AVENUE
extends a cordial invitation to attend
the Public Memorial Services to be held en
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1962
AT 1.30 P.M.
Fcr Information or Directions
Telephone TU 5-1689
arrived in this country without their
parents.
City-by-city reports given by
the delegates showed how the Al-
gerian situation has affected the
French Jewish scene A delegate
from Marseilles reported that on I
some of the ships that arrived at
Marseilles, up to 20 percent of the
refugees were Jews. The Jewish
community, he said, had to do
what it could for the Jewish ref-
ugees, finding it most urgent to
help especially those who were
in dire need.
A delegate from Strassnourg
pi.inted a similar picture of need
and urgency. Some of the Jewish
refugees from Algeria, he said.
were from districts in the Sahara
who found it particularly difficult
to adjust to a new life. At leas)
Top Accountants
At N.Y. Luncheon
Leaders of the accounting pro-
fession from Greater Miami will
participate in a luncheon in New
York City honoring the Israel dele-
gation to the eighth International'
Congress of Accountants. The
luncheon will be given by the Na-
tional Accountants Committee of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University on Tuesday in the
Waldorf Astoria.
Jack S. I'opick. chairman of the
Southeastern Division of the Amer-
ican Friends, announced here that
the National Accountants Commit-
tee is currently conducting an
assistance program by which lead-
er.-, of the accounting profession1
throughout the United States are
providing both counsel and support
'o the Institute of Accountancy and
the Department of Business Admin-
istration of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem.
Local members of the National
Accountants Committee are Al-
bert J. Beer, Barney Bernstein
and Joseph A. Post, of Miami;
Sidney Wasserman, of Miami
Beach; Howard N. Miller, Coral
Gables; and Milton Sadoff, Hol-
lywood.
Prof. Marcus Nadler. professor
^f finance at New York University,
a ill address the luncheon. A spec-
ial survey of professional education
or accountancy in Israel by Prof.
Theodore Lang, professor of ac-
counting at the Graduate School
'I Business Administration ot New
York University, formed the basis
tor the committee's program.
Express your feelings to your loved ones .
SEND FLOWERS from the
BLACKSTO\!E FLOWER SHOPS
K cf the oldest in Greater Miami Just Phone
g ycu 24 hours ... 7 days UNion 6-1233
Listen to Radio Station WKAT. 1360 on your d'al, every Sunday at
7:35 P.M., to the comments of the
tONORASlE JUDGE MALVIN ENGLANDER, VICE MAYOR OF MIAMI BEACH
YOU GET MORE CALLS
. WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
W can answer your phone in your own name. Less
than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary.
ANSWERITE, INC.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
Phone JEfferson 8-0721
Schwartz Agency
Elected to Unit
The Gerald Schwartz Agency, Mi-
ami Beach public relations firm,
has been elected the Florida mem-
ber of Public Relations Manage-
ment Corporation, an international
organization of major public rela-
tions firms
All members of PRMC" are con-
nected by a 24-hour teletype sys-
tem Schwartz, head of the local
agency, recently resigned as South
ast regional director of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
BETH SHOLOM
NURSERY SCHOOL
4144 Chase Ave., Miami Bench

HAS ROOM FOR A
FEW MORE CHILDREN
AGES: 3 to 5
HOURS: 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon
BUS SERV.CE
Call JE 8-7231
for Dtfrili
'ponspo ^Stf qpp W
Rabbi Joseph E. Rockovsky
Phone JE V3595
?45 MICHIGAN AVE., VAMI BEACH
2(K1 were children separated from
their parents. These were taken
in by Jewish families in Strass-
bourg, and are now enrolled in spec-
ial classes, bcinp prepared lor reg-
ular schooling
In some instance.', the surge of
Jewish refugees from Algeria into
very small Jewish communities in
France served, paradoxically, to
inject fre-h life and new vitality to
those isolated communities. But,
as a whole, the "situation is most
serious." the delegates were told
by J. Samuel, director of the PSJU.
Mr. Samuel chidcri some of the
French Jews who. he stated, did
not ri-e to the situation. "Although
KiO.OOO Algerian Jewish refugees
arrived here.' he declared, "less
than 10.000 French Jews found suf-
ficient generosity and solidarity to
reall) < i <:. their hearts."
'We need concrete plans," he
asserted, "we need solid meas-
ures to settle the tens of thous-
ands of Algerian Jewish refugees
who need our help despite Gov-
ernment assistance Much re-
mains to be done. Many still live
in particularly tragic and diffi-
cult conditions."
The main problems needing im-
mediate action, he said, concern
"first, the aged, on whose behalf
a special responsibility falls upon
the entire Jewish community; sec-
ondly, the children who have been
separated from their families;
tbir.i, concrete, long-term planning
for the integration of the Jewish
refugee- into the Jewish commun-
ity : fourth, housing
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
Invites you f attend
Special Memorial Services
i<>iitlitc(eil by
RABBI NORMAN SHAPIRO
Eeth David
Sunday, September 23, 12:00 Noon
RABBI JOSEPH NAROT
Temple Israel
Sunday, September 23, 2:00 p.m.
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
rlagler-Granada Congregation
Sunday, September 23, 2:30 p.m.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Congregation Beth Kodesh
Sunday, September 23, 4:00 p.m.
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
Sunday, October 7, 10:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-EI Dedication
Sunday, October 7, 11 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
fernp|e Emanu-EI Congregation
Sunday, October 7, 11:30 a.m.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
Sunday, October 7, 12:30 p.m.
RABBI MORDECAI PODET
Temple Judea
Sunday, October 7, 1:30 p.m.
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTJRIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
UndOf 8Tl .-: s. if-. I 01 tht Orthodox Vaad Hakashn.th of Florida
Isaac H. Ever. D rector
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
VODlf. [QUIPVIST I fUPNISH'.NGS flKlf-ROOf BUILDING
310 Collins Ave.
Ph. JE 2-3571
Miami Peach


Pace 5-A
JemUt noridtor
Friday. Bttptanbw :
JFK Aide Outlines Plan for Peace
Continued from Pao* lA
the area maintain their independ-
ence from Soviet aggressive de-
sign. This requires an adequate
and readily available United
States deterrent to military ag-
gression from outside the region.
i "2. We must support the use of
the instruments and ingenuity
duction of political tensions within
the region, and strive to prevent
the Arab-Israeli dispute from de-
v loping into an open conflict that
(culd readily spread. In this re-
Bpect, the peace keeping record of
the UN since 1956 should be heart-
tr.ing to us all. and deserves our
qarnest cooperation and support.
"3. We can encourage all Mid-
dle Eastern nations to devote less
time to angry propaganda debates
ai d to subversive intrigues against
ihrir neighbors, and more to the
solution of their own immense prob-
lems of internal development.
4 We should be prepared to
r e special priority assistance to
those countries which are genuinely
ci ncerned with improving the lot
of all their citizens, not only the
wealthy few Our primary objec-
tive is the development of pros
perous and stable societies throw.:'1
out the Middle East, whose mat
1 rial benefits are spread through-
1 out every level of the economy,
and whose national interests are
' sen ed by an atmosphere of live
and let live. The emergence of
such societies is the only long-term
key to Middle Kastern peace.
"5. We should continue our pat
l ient. persistent efforts to find some
basis of economic cooperation
among neighboring Middle Eastern
nations, however tentative or re-
strictive the areas of cooperation
: may be.
"6. We should relentlessly con-
tinue to support efforts to reach
an agreement on arms limitation
unofficial if not official; regional
if not universal. The present
regional arms race, escalating as
it is now into the missile stage,
is profoundly dangerous and cost-
ly to all concerned."
Surfside Solon
Receives Honor
The American Heritage Founda-
tion's outstanding citizenship
Award was presented to I.ee How-
ard, Surfside Councilman, on Tues-
1 aj during a luncheon at the Col-
. mbus hotel.
William Baggs. editor of The
Miami News, made the Foundation
presentation, and Irving McNayr.
:e county manager, presented
Howard with a plaque.
Howard, a consultant for the
Freedom Train Documents pro-
gram of the Foundation, received
the award "for his public service
leadership in promoting nation-
wide distribution of facsimiles of!
the original historical documents I
carried on the famous Freedom j
Train."
Mr. Bowles said that the points
he has outlined 'have one common
theme: an attempt to identify and
help meet the hopes of the people
of the Middle Easthopes that
transcend the legacy of communal
strife and bitterness "
President Kennedy, in a message
tc the convention, hailed Hadassah's
;.{i >ear record of service. He said:
"Not only Israel, but the entire
free world benefits from such pro-
jects as the Hadassah Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center Its influ-
ence, its training of students from
many countries, its research cf-,
lorts. all make immensely valuable
contributions to peace, understand-
ing, and human welfare Your pro-
grams of child rescue work, voca-
tional training, land reclamation'
are equally valuable. They till
urgent needs that can, in most in-
stances, best be met by voluntary
efforts such as yours. Democrac-
ies such as Israel and the United
States must depend upon private
assistance."
Ambassador Harman. in his ad-
dre8s declared that 'free men
throughout the world will recognize
(be terms in which Israel formu-
lates international policy m U
dynamic decade." That policy can
be summarized in three major pro-
positions, he said "First, to pro
mote the welfare of our citizens
and the strength oi our nation bj
continuous educational, technolog-
ical and economic progress with
all the swiftness within our capac
ity
"Second, to keep the hearts
and minds of our people open to
peace, to be ever ready for peace
with our neighbors; to eschew
hate; and to keep steadily before
us the grand vision of regional
peace and cooperation, t h e
achievement of which, we believe,
although it will not come tomor
row, is historically as inevitable
as it is desirable.
"Third, while we continue to he
threatened with hostility and sei
building up around us an ever-grov,
ing accumulation of aggressive
armament, to sustain the morale ol
our people at a high level and equip
ourselves with an abiding capacit) '
to defend ourselves against attack
The defense policy of Israel i> not
directed toward the winning Oi
wars. As we see it, the test ol thl
success of our defense policy is
that our defense capacity should
never be used
AIR-CONDITIONED SANCTUARY OF TEMPIE NER
U.MID
(TtRNAL LIGHT"
Temple Ner Tamid
(Conservotive)
INVITES YOU TO BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY ;us
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES IN THf
BEAUTIFUL, AIR-CONDITIONED MAIN SANCTUARY
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ and
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH
OFFICIATING
Accompanied by the Choir under the direction of Jc- c- S:hre :-j
MEMBERSHIP DUES INCLUDE:
2 Stats in the Main Sanctuary Reduced Rate ter Nursery 5:-mI
FREE TUITION IN RELIGIOUS SCHOOL & TRANSPCtUTlON
PARTICIPATION IN All TEMPLE ACTIVITIIS
SEATS AVAILABLE IN CHAPEL SECTION FOR NON-MEMBERS
Temple Office Open Daily: A.M. fo 5 P.M. and 7 -o 9:30 >M.
5UCH0S SERVICE SATURDAY, SEPT. 22nd, 11.30 PJ.
EVERYONE INVITED/
80th Street & Carlyle Avenue, Mior Beat1
Telephone UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833
Temple Zamora
44 Zamora Avenue
Coral Gables
HERSHEL BROOKS, Rabbi MOISHE BEN-ZVI, Cantor
SELIHOTH SERVICES
Saturday, Sept. 22, 12 midnight
Tickets for the High Holy Days Available
For information, call Temple Office, 448-7132
Beth David Congregation
UABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO "NB WIUIAV 'SOS
In its 50th Year as Miami's Pianeer Conservative Synagogi.'
WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN ITS FAMILY
AND AVAIL THEMSELVES OF ITS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL,
EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS AND FAC E5
MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES TUITION
FOR INFORMATION regarding membership. High Holy Day Tickets or Ki | c. S:vol,
please contact office at S.W. 3rd Ave. A 27th Road, FR 1-4795; FR 1 1882 [tehee
lOFtN SUNDAY 9 a.m. 1 p.m.; MONDAY thru THURSDAY ojw. 9 p.m.
Branch School t
S.W. 77th Ave. A 104th St.
(Palmetto Bypass & Dixie Hwy.
Registration is in Proa*tl for
Rel-iious, Nursery A Kinctrgarten
School* (non-members w :c-ne'.
"
SEUCHOT SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT, SEPT. 22nd-PUBLIC INVITED
CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE
13600 W. DIXIE HIGHWAY
TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES
CONDUCTED BT
RABBI SHELDON STEINMETZ
Cantor Maurice Neu and Choir
MStRVATIONS AND TICKETS AT OFFICE
PERMANENT UPHOLSTERED THEATRE-TYPE
COMFORTABLE SEATS.
PI 1-0283 (AIR-CONDITIONED) PL 4-3097
Beth Raphael Congregation
139 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
INVITES YOU TO ITS
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
CANTOR ZARETSKY and ABISH PERL OFFICIATING
TICKETS S5 PER PERSON
Beginning Sunday, Sept. 23 the Office will be Open for
Daily Sa'e of Tickets: 8 A.M. to 9 P M. FR 9-8649, FR 3-9807
JULIUS SAPER0, Prcs. RALPH KRIEGER, Sec.
CANTOR H.
;iR-:-v
FLAGLER GRANADA JEWISH CENTER
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
HIGH HOLY DAY SEATS IN OUR NEWLY
AIR CONDITIONED AUDITORIUM NOW AVAILABLE
REV. GEORGE GOLDBERG, BAAl SHACHRIS
OFFICIATING WILL BE
Rabbi DAVID ROSENFELD and Cantor RUD0LE DEUTSCH
For Further Information Call HI 4-6547
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH
11527 South Dixie Highway
"Tomorrows Judaism Today"
Miami FlorkW
BocoiMfructionisf W
Herman If. Gottlieb
Cantor
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES 5723
Beginning FRIDAY, SEPT 28th, 7:45 P.M.
of the Air-Condifioned CUTLER RIDGE COMMUNITY CfNTM
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
|WI
50bboIc^cerV'CeS: frldoys of 8:15 ** Saturdays at 10:30 AM. a**"*11*
REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS FOR RELIGIOUS AND HEBRE


Friday. September 21. 1962
*Jmiffft Meridian
Page 9-A
ligh Court Studies Law of Return
Continued from Page 1-A
[repositions for which the court
i ked were details on Lieber-
[man's claim he had served an
American federal ajent in Mar-
leilles in anti-narcotics work and
information on his entry into Is-
y*el under a false passport.
As in the case of Dr Robert A.
pblen, who died in London last
Ink from an overdose of barbi
prates taken to delay his return
!he United States, the United
fetes Government cannot obtain
ji- return because the two countries
leth David Has
?tudent Openings
leth David religious school is
III accepting students in all de-
Intents
the Sunday Department, meeting
lee a week on Sunday for two
UTS, is open to children of kin-
uarten, and first and secon.1
ides of public school Teachers
Mrs. Esther Lundblad. Mrs.
rah Parnes and Mrs. Elsie Stie-
ebrew Department is open to
dren of the third through tenth
de of public school. Teachers
hiN division are Hersch Berman.
is Gadon. Zvi Rosenkranz and
Rochelle Ross. Benjamin
ft. former educational director
Temple Judea and Temple
anu-El, has joined the Hebrew
lartment staff.
inth and tenth graders are
!lit by Jerome Schulman. who
became a member of the Sun
Department staff at Beth David
year. Sunday Department
hers working with the Hebrew
f include Miss Joanne Eeld.
n a I d Schrager. Mrs. Rose
eidell. and Max Sussman.
th David Can Yeladim. daily
ery, kindergarten and pre-
ergarten, has room for a few
I children from three to five,
meets from 9 to 12 noon, Mon-
through Friday, and is open
non members as well Trans-
ation is available within cer-
I have no extradition treaty
But the U S. Embassy in Tel
1 Aviv asked the Israel Government
I to expel Lieberman. who arrived in
' Israel on August 30 as a stowawav
. on an Israeli liner.
A two-to-one majority of a panel
of Supreme Court judges mean-
while upheld a ruling by Minister
of the Interior Moshe Haim Shapiro,
refusing an immigrant's visa to an
American Jew indicted in the Unit-
id States, but not yet tried then
"n charges oi alleged fraudulent fi-
nancial transactions. However.
because one of the members of the
panel rendered a minority opinion,
questioning a serious principle of
law. the panel agreed to let five
members of the Supreme Court re
consider the entire issue.
The case involves Mervyn Gold,
of Cleveland. He arrived in Israel
last month with a duplicate pass-
port. His original passport had
been taken from him in France by
fan American official who. thus,
tried to force him to return to the
I'nkcd Stales to stand trial.
However, he claimed the right
of obtaining jn immigrant's visa
enjer Israel's Law of Return,
which permits all Jews to come
'o Israel. Mr. Shapiro's denial of
lhat visa was appealed to the
Supreme Court, which upheld lh~
Minister, and was carried further
to Monday's panel.
The majority of the panel ruled
that the Minister of the Interior
was authorized to exercise "rea-
sonable judgment" about a visa ap-
plicant's past record, noting thai
Israel cannot be used as a refuge
by fugitives from justice.
However. Justice Haim Cohen, a
member of the panel, held in a the eyes of the law. The new pan-
dissenting opinion that the appli- el. consisting of five members of
cant must be given "every consid- the Supreme Court, will be con-
eration" as long as he has not been vened soon to rule definitely on thf
convicted and is still innocent in case, court officials said.
Temple Adath Yeshurun
1025 N.E. MIAMI GARDENS DRIVE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
10CATFD IN THF GARDEN SPOT Of NORTH MIAMI BEACH
JONAH E. CAPLAN, Rabbi
SEATS FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS AVAILABLE
TO NON-MEMBERS. CALL Wl 7-2400 or Wl 7-0130
SERVICES: Daily 7:15 a.m.; Friday Night 8:15; Saturday 9 a.m.
PRE-SUCHOS SNACK & DISCUSSION
SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 22, at 11 o'clock
SLICHOS SERVICE AT MIDNIGHT
ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN OUR SCHOOL
JOIN OUR TEMPLE
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Charles Rosenberg, President
Mnx M. Meyers, Chairman of the Board
Jack Schoenfeld, Chairman of Religious Committee
vvvv^^,>^v^^^^v^^^^i^^^vvv/vvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
ILUOT eledell
u
areas.
Qntikvah Lodge
Hear Gordon
ktikvah Lodge of B'nai B'rith
(meet Wednesday evening, 7:45
at Washington Federal Sav-
and Loan Assn.. 1234 Wash
ave.
est speaker will be Alex Cor
chairman of the Metropolitan
tuition, and chairman of com-
lt\ and civic affairs of Hatik
(Lodge.
ah .1 Sweet is program chair
Joseph B. Gorinstein is pres
of Hatik van Lodge.
Youth Group
Elects Officers
South Florida Council. B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization, recently
held its annual elections for city-
wide president. Elliot Fledcll,
president of Shield of David AZA.
was chosen as this year's aleph
godol.
He will preside -s president of
'he coordinating council which has1
11 Aleph Za:!ik Aleph and B'nai
B'rith Girls chapters as constituent
members.
Bill Elfenbein. vice president of
Zion AZA. was elected aleph S'gan
Linda Baum, president of N'ai Rith
BBG, was elected as vice president
**^^^A
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO JOIN ONE OF ITS AFFILIATED
REFORM OR LIBERAL TEMPLES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
TEMPLE BETH AM
5950 N. KENDALL DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
NukScT.Y SCHOOL
HEBREW SCHOOL
ADULT INSTITUTE
RABB' HERBERT BAUMGARD, D.H.L
CANTOR CHARLES KODNER
MO 6-2536
TEMPLE SINAI
The only Reform Temple in North Dade
offers its complete facilities
Worship Services. Nursery School. Hebrew School.
Sunday School through Confirmation
DANIEL M. LOWY. Rabbi
12100 N.E. 15th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
PL 4-06*1
TEMPLE JUDEA
320 PALERMO AVENUE CORAL GABIES
Rabbi Mordecai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown
NURSERY SCHOOL
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH GROUPS
SISTERHOOD
BROTHERHOOD
For Information Call HI 4-9876
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
4144 CHASE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID CONVISER, Ca-t.r
(NURSERY through CONFIRMATION)
Religious School Registration Now in Progress
CALL THE TEMPLE OFFICE JE 8-7232
fi-r Information rcjrardlnK
T1IK IIKTH SIHW.o.M FAMILY PLAN
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N.E. 19th STREET MIAMI
Greater Miami's Oldest Reform Synagogue
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Robbi
Services every f rid ay evening at 8:15 o'clock
For Temple affiliation & information call FR 9-1757
Hialeah Reform Jewish Congregation
595 W. 68th STREET HIALEAH
for Information or Registration
Call ur Secretary, Mis Edna Wlaser
TU 7-8256 or 821-0292
HEBREW SCHOOL RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
AA CONGREGATION
AN SHE
EMES
(Air Conditioned)
TICKETS FOR THE
HIGH HOLIDAYS
S12.50 per Seat
RABBI
NATHAN SFARD
WILL OFFICIATE
1533 S.W. 19th AVE.
THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
SOUTHEAST REGION
EXTENDS TO ALL CF ITS FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH
AND TO WORSH F V CNE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA. THE STRENGTH
CF TH3 SYN" D THE FUTURE OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE ARE INTIMATELY CONNECTED. THERE IS NO SUB-
ABLISHED SYNAGOGUE CF YOUR COMMUNITY WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN IN THE SACRED
TAJK EEFCRE U3 IN THE YEAR 5723, ONE WE HOPE WILL BE A YEAR OF PEACE AND BLESSING FCR ALL.
*'
|HE M!NYONAIRES
3737 BIRD ROAD
(Corner Douglas)
Holiday services at their fully
Inditioned sanctuary. The well-
m Cantor MAX SACKS, of Indi-
lis, will perform a beautiful
rn traditional service.
' tickets and information phone
1181 or call in person between
AM. or 7:30-9:30 P.M. daily.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3.d Ave., Miami FR 1-4795
Pltftl NOKMA'J SHAPIRO- MR. LEWIS STIRNSMIN, PRES.
BETH TO.?.;: I CONGREGATION
1051 N.E. 163-d St., No. Miami Beach Wl 7-7528
R/o-" MAX A. l'P BETH EMETH CONGREGATION
12250 N W. 2nd Ave, No. Miami MU 5-2481
RABRI SlMO'J APRH h'.R. MERLE MICHAELS, PRES.
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
951 Flamingo Way, Hialeah TU 80922
MV" "ATHAN H ZV.'ITMAN MR. SAMUEL SEIDLE, PRES.
TEMPLE ZION
5720 S.W. 17th St.. Miami MO 1-7658
RABBI AL'Rf.O WAXVAN MR. HYMAN POTASH.PRES.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
1025 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr., N. Miami Beach Wl 7-2400
RABBI JONAH CAPLAN MR. CHARLES ROSENBERG, PRFS.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 8-2503
RABBI IRVING IIHRMAN MR. JOSEPH M. UPTON, PRES.
TEMPLE MENORAH
620-75th St., Miami Beach UN 6-0221
MUM MAYER ABRAMOWITZ MR. MAURICE REVITZ, PRtS.
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 183rd St., No. Miami NA 4-1711
________RAfM HAROLD RICHTfR MR. BEW SHAPIRO, PRFJ.
CONGREGATION YEHUDAH MOSHE
13630 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami
MR. HENRY GILBERT, PRFS.
PL 1-028?
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 S.W. 16th St., Miami CA 1-9131
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL MR. ALVIN IEVENS0N, PRFS.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM Hollywood
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood WA 3-1573
RABBI SAMUfl MENDELOWITZ MR. DOUGLAS KAPLAN, PKIS.
TEMPLE SINAI Jewish Community Center of Hollywood
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood WA 3-1577
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO MK. HIRMAN BELLER, PRFS.


Page 10-A
* knist fkrldiar
Friday, September 21. \%i
Full Text of Rep. Halpern's Letter to Kennedy
lively Informed, especially
the fort if ii ase stance a
: ions iii......gooi come
Following is the full text of a
letter to President Kennedy by
i- t \ m o u r Halpern, Republican
member of the U.S. House of Rep
resentatives from the Fourth Dis-
trict. New York. The letter, writ-
ten Aug. 21 and released for pub
lication this week, questions the
President on the arms imbalance
in the Middle East:
Pear Mr. President:
1 am seeking, through this com-
munication which 1 respecttull.N
address to you. clarification of the
current thinking of the executive
( < p.irtmerit on an issue in which
you in the pas! have indicated per
sonal interest and concern
As you will recall, you wrote the
Hon Herbert H Lehman on No-
vember 2. I960, stating that if an
arms race cannot be avoided in-
VOlving the Arab States and Israel
:hen at the very least, we should
condone any imbalance be-
tween the powers For imbalance
also leads to war."
Mr. President, since you wrote
those words, a dangerous imbal-
ance has developed. The most
sophi sweated weapons of the Sov-
iet arsenals, in significant quan-
tities, have been provided by the
Soviet Union to Egypt's Nasser.
Mr. Nasser has openly threaten-
ed to "Algerianixe" the Pa.estine
iSSWe, made bellicose displays of
military rocketry, and bragged
Romulo Opens
Temple Forum
that Israel has nothing to match
his new MIG-21 Jet Fighters and
TU-16 Soviet jet bombers.
At tremendous expense, Israel
has been forced to seek whatever
arms it can obtain from France, in
an attempt to maintain a semblance
of balance. But Soviet weapons of
ultra-modern design, at bargain
rates, are cynically poured into
Egypt by the Soviet merchants of
death Israel's French source- are
inadequate because Russia i> giv-
ing Egypt Its very latest equip-
ment
The only response of the United
States has apparently been to pro
vide American arms to the Arab
States other than those supplied
l > Russia Israel has been pul al
i grave disadvantage
The Soviet bloc has clearly put
,i- arsenals to work on the side of.
Nasser Indeed, the entire Egyp
tian military establishment appears
p ared to the Soviet Red army, Red
fleet, and Red air force tor train
Ing, equipment, spare parts, and
so forth. The imbalance between
The Egyptians are diverting
their economic credits and re-
sources not to raise living stan-
dards but to raise rockets of de-
struction and to finance the flow
of Soviet weapons. As you know,
Mr. President, the Congress re-
cently expressed itself throuoh
adoption of the so-called Keating-
Halpern Amendment to the Mu-
tual Security Act this session.
Th:s amendment established a
principle that we should concen-
trate on aiding those nations that
do not divert their own assets to
the Soviet arms supply system.
We are gravely concerned bj
Castro's new Soviet military lets
an equipment How can we justi-
fy to the taxpayer the loans and
grants to Castro's good triend,
Nasser, lhal enables Egypt to di-
vert resources to gel his country
more deeply involved with the Sov-
iet military supply system?
It come- to my attention. Mr
President, that Israel is the only
anti-Communist nation on earth.
International affair.-, social prob-
lems. literature and drama will be
presented in a Town Mali Forum
sines at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami this Call and winter
The Forum is open to the public
on a series basis only Tickets
fir individual events will not be
available.
Former pre-sident of the UN
Seneral Assembly, Gen. Carlos
Romulo, will launch the Town
Hali Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 16.
His topic will be "The Asia
America Does Not Know."
C'ther programs will include Dor
O'.hy Stickney. noted American ac-
tress. ir. a dramatization titled "A
Lovely Night, based on the po-
etrj and letters of Edna St Vin-
cent Millay; Vance Packard, au-
1 r ot "The Status Seekers" and
Iden Persuaders." best selling
.- i. logi< :! studies who will talk
i:. America in Upheaval;" and
.' '.-. v..-.-. n Brown, literarj and
drama critic who will present a
k at American Literature."
Israel and the Arabs has reached threatened by Soviet equipped
dangerous point where Nasser is forces, which has turned to US
tempted to consider reckless ad- pleading tor the right to purchase
balancing arms and gotten no fav-
orable response
I would like to respectively in-
quire. Mr President, as to the cur-
rent view of the executive depart-
ment on the whole perplexing ques-
tion of why we ignore Israel's mili-
tary needs while indirectl> subsidiz-
ing Egypt's purchases o| late-mod-
el Soviet jets, tanks, submarines,
and so forth.
I understand that we have be-
a
ventures
We are seemingly Ignoring our
commitments, stated by yourself
and in the platforms of both par-
t:. -
Beach lodge Hears Candidate
Robert A Peterson. Republican
candidate for I' S I'ongress. will
be gue-t speaker at a meeting ot
Miami Beach Lodge of Bnai B'rith
on Tuesday noon at Lincoln Lane
restaurant Subject will be a dis-
eu-sion of medicare The lodge
nut last Tuesday noon, also at the
Lincoln Lane, to hear an address
by Dr. Milton Lesser on 'High
Blood Pressure." A film in con-
junction with the talk wa.- shown
b\ the Heart AjSU
Social Will
Follow Selichot
William Drucker. president of
the Men's Club of Israelite Center,
announce- the first get-together of
the year will be held at the Center
on Saturday at midnight in con
junction with SeliCOt.
Following the service, conducted
by Rabbi Morton Malavskj and
Cantor Louis Cohen, the congrega-
tion will meet in ti"- social hall for
an early morning repast sponsored
by the Men's Club and served bj
the Sisterhood
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
c
ABE GEFTER'S
ROMWELL
HOTEL
prestntt for the
HIGH HOLIDAYS
The Famous Israeli Cantor
FISHELE LUTMAN
-
e t. Re 11 o i c
P : tt| S t ,i k 5
pre-
tent C nefs,
'_ '.'SC b?fl Cy Dr.
\*r CAflTIRIA
DINNER SPECIALS
1.10
YOU CAN PAY MORI
UT YOU CAN'T IAT
BITTER THAN AT
IT. CLAIRS CAFETERIAS
* SliMr" irin s,,"t
riSnEU lur/.'A,rf
SPECIAL PKG. RATE
12 DAYS, 11 NITES
SEPT 28 OCT. 9
Oceon'ront Corner Room Meals
and Reiieious Services
5^1 50 per pers.
dbl. occ.
1 2 out ol 105 Rooms.
Oth :r Rates Available.
AND All THIS FREE
21 TV & RADIO IN All ROOMS.
CHAISE IOJNGES & MATS.
PARKING ADJOINING HOTEL
ENTERTAINMENT NIGMTIY.
AND MANY OTHER FEATURES.
E ana PC- I HOLIDAYS
- MEALS SfeR.'SD DAILY ON T-> E mIGH HOLIDAYS
STRICTLY yClHIR. CINTRAL AIR COND/T'DNiNG Individually Controlled.
OCEAN rSONT AT 20h ST, MIAMI BEACH JE 4-2121
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run
TJ 8-4521
come neutral to a tri.nd, Israel,
friendly to a "neutral" Egypt.
Israel has been denied the right
to buy any American arms of
real military importance and can-
not, even get author nation, ap-
parently, to buy purely defensive
Jnfi aircraft weapon* systems tcT
defend nerseit trom Nasser's Sov-
iet jet bombers.
Would we similarly ignore the
defense needs of South American
nations threatened by Caslro s Sov-
iet military equipment0
In order that I may be construe-
the Now MOTEL
MARSEILLES
HOC
PPropnj.
,
House. I ask your early resDonsa
to this inquiry. "'*
3
pa-'v per rerson
CCuo'e occupancy
3C cf Tc Sept X
PRIVATE BEACH
POOL AND
C ABANA CLUB
KOSHER ET
MEAIS MTM
FREE TV FREE PARKING
RESERVE HIGH HOLY DAYS!
FULL-TIME MASHQ ACH
ROSH HA5H0NA YOM KIPPUR
FREE SERVICES ON PREMISES
CALL JE 8-5711
OCEANFR0NT AT 17th ST.
ORDER NOW!
STRICTiY KOSHER
Prepared Foods to
" Take Out for Your
TRADITIONAL
ROSH KASHONA
DINNER
CALL 226-1744
for your Free Piice list
8393 Bird Rd., Miami
ftfeoNTINENTAD:
% CATERERSJ
*t '...............

,*r
idr
v. a i tKiNlj tor BAR
MIT Zv Ana & WbDOINGS
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
Jl 8 5401
SAND-ELLTtJft tSSS CATERING
7446 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
tes UN 6'6226
&rt' Bar Mitzvahs-Weddings-Par.ies
' Your Ho^e or S/nagog,
Under Supervision of Catering Manager
Sol Weiss UN 6-5278 Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084
Olt Kashruth is Always Under S* ici SuDer.
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GCRDON
GORDON and PONT
1Ett
"T.
KOSHER CATIIEII
trtm ken dotuvrti fa a C0m.ef fcaftat
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHCNE FR 4 2655
Under the Supervision of the V K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAMS BECEPTI0KS
Best Wishes...
and a suggestion
for the Xew Year ll l[Jf
from the Shelborne...
ROSH HASHANA. A time of joy and lelaiation Tiro* lor St*
ly. Just a few steps from many Miami Beach Temples ar.d Synaf0|
the Shelbcme's convenience, comfort and consistently fine sei.
add to your enjoyment of the holidays. Sample the ShtltW
cuisine and luiunojs accommodations a wondeiful way to start Hh
'16 includes 3 DAYS, 2 NITES, 6 MEALS
pei person, dpi occ 70 ol 300 ;.
n JE 1-1271 (niom
: SHELBORNE
rs -! 0CIAN I lllh ST MIAMI BtCM 39 FlO 0___
ART MUSS. Co-Own..
EKi
MAKE YOUR WiFE A MALK
AND ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS W'.TH US *
s16p"
rjni.
: --avc;
'. MGHTS
2 BREAKftSTS
2 FIM / CO. :SE
d;nnus
Doebl Occjinncy
60 c' 226 Rt.i.
FREE...
' ^"ip ot jta -" '.:p* wmv T
CHA.iE LOUNGES YACHT CRUISE
TV and RADIO IN EVERY ROOM
WIENIE ROASTS PASK'NG
POOL ACRES CF 5EACH
DANCING and ENTSSTA'NMENT
:'.!<" r. rn'AVf rC TtMM lMU-ll
-,_ 'C" o :oac'Lofl f ^__^ ^_"^ .. ,M<4


Friday. September 21, 1962
* frnUlh flrrMliTir
Psqe 11-A
Anti-Semites in Street Brawl
Continued from Page 1-A
Marais, now a security officer for
a private firm.
Marais declared, in an interview
in the Johannesburg press, thai he
believed members of this organiza-
tion were responsible for at least
two anti-Semitic outrages, "no was
a series ot explosions a' the Great
Synagogue in Johannesburg in
uary, 1961; thi as the bl
irig ot a bomb this year at the
Martyrs Monument ; West P
cemetery
Marais claimed that he had found
leaflets emanating from Buei i
Aires, instructing members of the
anti-Semitic group here about anti-
Semitism
Have trial
Business Meeting.
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
A! a B'nai B'rith membership planning session
. ire are seated 'left to right) Judge Milton A.
wdman, immediatle past president. District
[man, immediate past president, District
Grand Lodge 5; Edward A. Stern, president,
South Florida Council, B'nai B'rith Lodges;
:k Jenkins, president. District 5; and Dr. Wil-
Wexler, rhairman, national campaign
Bonds to Honor
James Albert
imes \I. Albert president of
IT pie Beth Sholom. will he hon-
|< at a dinner Sunday evening,
|( 11. at the Doral Country Club.
Samuel Friedland, chairman of
he Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
zation, made the announce-
enl Wednesday
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
ider of Temple Beth Sholom, said
it Albert will be honored "for
:- service to the community, the
mple and the State of Israel."
abbi Kronish
.eads Discussion
Rabbi Leon Kronish will lead a
liscussion on "Jesuits. Jurisprud-
ence and Jews" at the monthly
ireakfasi meeting >1 remple BetTi
Sholom'; Brotherhoo I on Sunday.
Jt 10:3(i am. in the Temple audi
I im
The Brotherhoo) sponsors 'he
^outh activities program of the
mple. as well .- regular social
b. I cultural activities
Presidenl of the group is Dr.
li irrj E Wolk an I David Drinker
progi am chairn
lAMiS ALBtRT
Cub Pack ct Dade Heights
Cub Scout Pack 402, sponsored
by Dade Heights Jewish Congre-
gation, was to have its first meet-
ing for parents onlj this Thursday,
7 p.m., at the synagogue. Last
year's Cubs are being given pref-
erence on rejoining because the
number ol openings is limited.
cabinet. Standing (left to right) are Joseph B.
Gorinstein. president, Hatikvah Lodge; Jack R.
Glick, membership committee. South Florida
Council; Samuel Nieberg, second vice pres-
ident, District 5; Charles Seiavitch. president.
Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges;
and Frank Kerschner, secretary. South Florida
Council.
BB Council
Honors Officers
South Florida and District 5 of-
ficers of B'nai B'rith were honored
at a South Florida Council oi B'nai
B'rith Lodges breakfast recently
al the Morton Towers restaurant.
Edward A. Stern is Council presi-
dent.
Some lOo B'nai B'rith members
honored Dr. William Wexler, chair-
man of the national membership
cabinet; Jack Jenkins, president,
District Grand Lodge 5; Julius
Fisher, executive secretary of the
district; Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, immediate past president of
the district; Samuel Neiberg, sec-
ond vice president of District 5;
Charles Seiavitch. president. Flor-
ida State Federation of B'nai B'rith
Lodges; and Burnett Roth, national
Anti-Defamation League commiss-
ioner, and chairman of the Florida
ADL.
The meeting focused on member-
ship planning, with the top-level
officers and members of B'nai
B'rith discussing the 119-year his-
tory of the organization in ((repara-
tion for the national fall member-
ship campaign.

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs In the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade ar>4
Rubaiyat Rooms, bt II for
wedding or a private party I
tmr Information*
HAZEL ALLISON
CATERING DIRECTOC
JE 1-6061
Ith t- Collins* *H
I
I
I
The Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
ANNOUNCES
the continuation of its
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
at the new building
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Bench
PROMINENT CANTORS TO OFFICIATE
SYNAGOGUE COMMITTII
lacob Cohen, Chairman
REGISTRATION FOR THE COMING SCHOOL YEAR
NURSERY THRU 9th GRADE
NOW OPEN CALL 532-6421
Technfon Chapter
Planning Meeting
First official founders and board
ol directors meeting of the South
Florida chapter for Technion has
been called for Tuesday evening,
Oct. 2. at the home of the chapter'
president, Mrs. Louis Olasser. 3168
Prairie ave., Miami Beach.
Chapter officers and directors
will make plans for the annual ban-
quet on Nov 28 and the current
1962 membership drive
Also on ihe program will be
(he firsl showing of a documentarj
film made in Israel. The City Call-
ed Technion." Board members will
report on campaign appointments
in county areas to spur member-
ship recruitments.
have a truly luxurious
wedding | fashion show | | banquet
of lie
-"Seville
Matchless facilities, experienced management
expert staff-all to serve you for much less
than you could imagine. Remember
SEVILLE affairwhether for 10 or 1,000-
is served with the same gracious easel
KOSHER CATERING AVAILABLE
CULL fSTCUC POLAK: JE 2-2511
OCEANFRONT, 29th TO SOth STREETS, MIAM
BEACH

For Very Special Occasions,..
ssw^i

Jb,
THE
)momat
COUNTRY CLUB'S
CALCUTTA ROOM
Just imagine having- the entire Diplomat Country Club, yours
exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Catering
facilities for groups of 100-300 available 7 days a week.
There's no other room quite like the Calcutta Room in this
area! Unlimited free parking.
For reservations, call FR 1-0781 in Miami, or WA S-8111 in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA
<"


Page 12-A
Jen/sti fk>r/dtof?
^*.
Friday, September 21. 1962 I -
Noted Educator
Joins Academy
In accord with reemphasis on
mathematics and sconces needed
within space age progress. Rnhbi
Alexander S Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, has announced the appoint-
ment of Dr. Clyde M Brown, pro
lessor at the University of Wis-
consin, as consultant for intellec-
tually superior students at the
Academy. 2400 Pine Tree dr.
Dr. Brown will also supervise
the mathematics program al the
Mesivta Huh School. 1021 Biarritz
dr.
"Because of changes in educa-
tion in the space age," Brown
said, "we have to keep up with all
modern trends. The attempt here
is to conserve all basic funda-
mental methods and at the same
time offer students experimental
programs which are demanded in
science and math. This is not to
sacrifice any traditional contents
in teaching but to supplement it
with new methods so students
can meet any challenge."
Professor emeritus of the engi-
neering experiment station or re-
search center of the College of En-
gineering at the Universit) of Wis-
consin. Dr. Brown's aim is "to
eliminate the waste of our great-
ist national asset, intellectually su-
perior students."
In addition to his technological
training. Dr. Brown is well versed
in the humanities, and in addition
to Latin and Greek, he speaks Span-
ish, French. German. Italian and
Portuguese. He has a BA degree
from St. Louis University, MA de-
cree from Northwestern. PhD from
:he Royal University of Florence
Dora Stein Will
Present Skit
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Is-
raelite Center will meet Tuesday
evening.
Members will present "A Vision
Today A Reality Tomorrow." a
skit about the Mathilde Schecter
Residence Hall for women stu-
deuts of the Teachers Institute of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America in New York City.
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew I Sunday Schools.
Wro/esafe ft ((tail
IStAlLl 6/FTS AND NOVEITIES
417 Wojliiit. Ave. JE 1-9017
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE COMPANY
EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP
FOR
STAR GRANITE
We specioliie in building lew-
ish /Monuments Our work
is Gumranteei.
MARKERS $30
r i r > <"
Includes Name, Date and Delivery
to Cemetery ON 3 DAYS NOTICE
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE CO., INC.
7232 SW 42nd Street
MO 1-4055
Rabbi Zwitman At Tifereth Jacob
DR. CLYDE M. BROWN
it' Italy, and studied French culture
at the Sorbonne in P
He did post-doctoral work \\
Columbia Univers
Rabbi Morris L. HorOviti, dean
of boys at Hebrew Academy, and
principal of the Mesivta High
School, has planned to have Dr.
Brown tegin a mathemat'cs cur-
riculum at the Mesivta High
Srhooi. This will prepare stu-
dents to enter leading universi-
ties which now require freshmen
to be able to take calculus as
their first course in mathematics.
Rahhi dross noted "it is the re-
sponsibilit) of the Academy to keep
the intellectually superior students
aware of the e\ or widening hori-
zons of the world, and provide them
with every type of opportunity for
achieving their potentialities
Rabbi Nathan Zwitman is the.
new spiritual leader of Temple Tit-
ereth Jacob. 951 Flamingo Way.
Hialeah.
He comes to Tifereth Jacob from
Tifereth Israel NorthJide Center in
Miami, and succeeds Rabbi Leo
Heim. who recently left to accept
a pnlpit -in "Texas
Rabbi Zwitman received his Lib-
eral Arts training at Newark Uni-
versity, where he was captain of
the debating team. His four
years of rabbinic studies were
completed in yeshivot in Mea
fhearim of Jerusalem, where he
was religious editor of the Pal-
estine News
I'pon his r I'nited
- ites. Rabbi Zwitman was affil
i with the Free Syr
-' '" !
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
KtllABIUTY QUALITY SERVICE
Many
from Mt. J\ibo
Ph. MO 14583
Year* of Experience
o
Specializing in
Only Jewish Monuments
For All Jewish Cemeteries
\fie Tori; Rcprcunutn ts
Goodman Bros. Monuments
71 Ingrohm Street
Brooklyn, N.V.
The lewis Monument Co.
71-15 Myrtle Ave.
Sveens, N.T.
GELB MONUMENTS INC.
Phone MO 1-8583
Rabbi Zwitman's first sermon at
Tiferth Jacob will be Friday even-,
in$. His subject will be "Is Divine
Retribution Truly Divine?"
Temple Tifereth Jacob will hold
Selichot services at midnight on
Saturday, preceded by a social hour
*10:30 p.m. Cantor Jack Leifier i
will render the musical portions
of the liturgy
AMERICAN-ISRAELI S
RELIGIOUS STORE
A Big Selection of Tolosim and
Machiorim and all Religious
Articls nHed for the
High Holy Days.
1357 Washington Ave.
JE 1-7722
Miami Hebrew Book Store
SB 4 -' i DOMBST C 9 FT8
t
Synagogues Sc >oo itP vete la
I SB! WASHINGTON AVE
v ami Beicn JE ^-W
WE SPECIALIZE in
CONDOLENCE
BASKETS
From $7.50 We Deliver
FRUIT CIRCUS
1789 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783
MiBSBSEBRb
Memorials r
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Monument
B;Mers" ;D H P.^
Exclusive Deoler
"ROCK OF AGES-
FAMILY MEMORIALS
I -
Scheduled Unveilingj
SUNDAY, SEPT. 23
Mf. Sinai Cemeter.
I0NATZ and SARA SACHAR
11:30 A.M.
Mt. Nebo Cemeterr
JACK FRANZUS, 1 P.M.
Rubbl (>.: I /
"Md\ Tlifir Sou
m Eternal P ict
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922
GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS
(lewitk Division of
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
INVITES TOO TO VISIT TNEIff SHOWROOMS AMD DISPUT
LOOK FOB
TWO-STOtV
WHITE BUILDING
MAT Wt Stm
YOU AS Wf HIV!
SO MANY OIHftS
3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4 2157
MimO*IAlS Of BIAUTY OICM/TT AND PERMANENT_____,


Friday, September 21, 1962
+JelstFkrlcfirir
Page 13-A

SAYINGS OF FATHERS
Pirkc Aboth
Chapter IV :6
R. Jose, the son of Judah. o/ |
Kephar Bdbli. said: He who learns :-
jrom the young, to what is he h^e'
T,< one who eats unripe grapes, or I
.; :n\- unit; from the rat. Ami he
ii'io learns from the old. to what is
i;< Ut\*l To one who rjr* ripe-*
< r drinks old u'me.

'.r \' 1
\\ :. ten Saying* the world was
I What .for* thii teach as'
t not hate been created u'uli
>..-.I'm' It it to mal{e \noum
muhmenl that will befall the
; u ho destroy the world thai
. ^ri^ttd with ten sayings
the goodly reward that will
c bestowed upon the fust who
, the U'orld that was created
.( 'i Staying*.

pter V I
re are four /(mds of temp.r.
m :: i% ey to provoke and
ti pacif\ hi. Ion. disappears
gam, he whom it it hard to
: and hard to pacify, hi.
. disappears in hu loss; he
ii is hard to provoke and
."... M Mint; he u '
easy to provo*.* and hard to
is a u icl^ed man.
t^eliclti
ot to \^Jpen V
y
V
Substance of Penitence Is
Asking for Another Chance
Selichot. the traditional penitential prayer service at midnight,
will open the High Holy Day season in synagogues throughout the
Greater Miami area Saturday evening. Many congregations are plan-
ning social events prior to the service. The High Holy Day season
will be launched officially at Rush Hashona services on Friday eve-
ning. Sept. 28.
c
By RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
Jewish Chaplain at Homestead
Air Force Base
In a few days, we shall usher
in the Slichot week as a prelude
to the High Holiday season. Ac-
cording to the meaning of the He-
brew word, "Soloach," religious
Jews will recite prayers in which
they ask divine forgiveness lor gins
committed and mistakes made dur-
ing the year.
The very institution of this
practice presents to us three funda-
mental considerations about Sli-
chot. First, these prayers are an
implication of the imperfection of
man. as one author puts it: "There
is no man that is sinless."' who has
not faulted or defaulted sometime
and somewhere. If the saints and
holy ones, the angels themselves.
are not perfect in His eyes, how
much less a child of the dust, who
has to wrestle with the lust of the
eye and the flesh.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ivt
Orthodox. Rabbi mac Ever.
Pi Iday l p.ri Satui day v :30 a.m.
S.rmop ''Standing .,: th< Treshold of
,i Ww Veal Selichot servto al
niiilnlLhr with Cantor Zvl H. Marbeln
official

ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. R. Yusko, president.

BETH DAVID. 2f2S SW 3rd ave Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. LiDion.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 p.m Bar)
Mltzvah: Jay, win ol Dr. and Mrs
Morton Halpem

BETH EL. 500 Sw l/tn ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schitf.
Prlda) 5:45 p.m, Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "The l.....rstep of Commit-
ment." Bar MltXVI !.' Max. ><.n of Mr.
and Mrs Arnold Shamrea
-. rvlcea 11 .'' p.m
s. Ii. hct
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Sermon: 'Should
w. Encourage Intermarriage?" Mem-
i.!- of iii.....nflrmatlon department
will partlclpati in the service. Satur
,i.,\ u i:. a.m i:;11 Vlltxvah: Paul, son
of Mr and Mm Harold bevtnson
.* ellchol b< iv lei I midnight

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jatfe.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structioniat. R a t i i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
and Mis. Chalm Cnrndorf, Selichot FYlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Implement-
irni'* m niidniftht. Ins Jewish Ideals In America.' Quest
speaker "ill be Bernard Mandler ..r
BETH EMETH.
Conservative.
Cantor Hyma
12250 NW 2nd ave.
Hi, Southeast Region "f the Ajnerican
Ribbi Simon April' J*lsn Congress Saturday IVM a.m
n Fein Sermnn: "W..kl> Portion Of the.
, f
RABBI MURRAY AlSTiT
.. the insufficient view
r\ elialon *_/ / taw
lJl,c JVtrw,
Rabbis Sanction Abortion
CHICAGO (JTA) Rabbis
lied in Chicago were reported in I
nement that Jewish religious i
sanctions abortion when the
lother'a life or mental well-being j
at stake.
One Chicago rabbi said that the \
Embryo is nothing more than "a
jmb of the mother" until it is fully
developed, and that limbs may be
amputated, if necessary, without
jriolation of Jewish law. Several ref-
erences were made to Jewish sanc-
tion of "therapeutic abortion," one
pbbi saying that his approval of
inch abortion was contingent on a
iroup of physicians approving the
(peratioii.
$
Book on Jewish Dietary Laws
MINNEAPOLIS (JTA) A
00k on the Jewish Dietary Laws,
ntten by a Minneapolis rabbi and
ti.rmer University of Minnesota
Irofessof, will be reissued by the
Iniversity of Minnesota Press be
use of continuing demand for it.
'he book has been out of print
bice 1947.
The Kosher Code of the Ortho-
l<'\ Jew" was written by Habbi
I I. Levin and Dr. Edward A.
jloyilen. then professor of anatomy
t the university. It is a literal
ranslation of the portion of the
hulchan Aruch which describes
he deficiencies which render a
lird or animal unfit for Jewish con- j
umption. It includes a discussion
if Talmudic anatomy in the light
B* science of that time and now.
I
[70th Birthday Marked by Volume
NEW YORK (JTA) A com-
Deraorative volume markmg the j
Oth birthday of Rabbi Leo Jung,
piritual leader of the Jewish Cen-,
fer here, and a prominent Ortho-i
lo.x Jewish scholar, author and
bhilosophcr. was published this
geek by the Center. The work,
phich also marks Dr. Jung's 40th
fear in the rabbinate, includes
pritings by leading Jewish rabbis.
cholars and educators, as well as
brief biography of Dr. Jung and
bibliography of his writings.
Yom Kippur Plan Rejected
PASSAIC, N.Y. (JTA) The
>aic Board of Education reject-
ed this week a recommendation of
school superintendent to close all
Piit'lic schools on Oct. 8, the date
frt Yom Kippur. The vote to keep
|h< schools open on that day was
to 1. Dr Clifford Jones, the \
[uperintendent, told the board that
| ar, on a similar holiday. 110
n absent and that he
( : ;il least one-third of the
s would U absent this year,'
This refutes the tendency in re-
cent years in America to glorify man's genius, for has he not wrested;
nature's great secret, atomic energy, and is he not conquering space,
planning to reach the moon? True, but tragically enough, he has failed
to conquer human nature, to master himself, the beast that is still
in him, and his mad ambitions.
The second consideration is man's self-insufficiency, his utter help
lessness in the hour of crisis. We have been idolizing the successful
man, especially the so-called self-made man, as if he really were self-
made. We have been singing his praise in published articles, of the
meteoric rise of the Russian carpenter into the building of sky-scrap-
ers or the Polish tailor into a merchant prince, head of a big depart-
ment store. And when we met these outstanding personalities they
told us. to paraphrase Deut. 8-17 "It is my brain, my initiative and hard
work that have put me where I am today." (Heaven had no share what-
soever in his success.)
And lastly, Slichot is a protest against the mechanization of life.
According to that theory, man, once regarded as the flower of creation
and made in God's image, has been reduced in this age to a mere cog in
the vast industrial machine, there being no such thing as heart, soul,
moral principle and decency. Slichot challenges this view, contending
that man is no mere impersonal accident here on earth, but that he is
a child of God, who is His Father in Heaven, to whom he can turn in
the hour of temptation or tribulation. "And as a father pities his
children, so must Thou have pity on us Forgive our sins and pardon
our iniquities." In other words, we ask in these penitential prayers
for another chance.
s^Jinow Lfour s^jteritaae
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why does Jewish tradition impose
upon its subjects dietary laws
which render certain foods per-
missible and other prohibited?
A number of reasons have been
offered for this type of religious
law. Some consider these laws to
be based upon an ehtical founda-
tion. Maimonides is noted for this
approach, although it is found in
various statements in the Talmud.
Basically, it is an approach which
considers the Dietary laws an ex-
ample of self control which is con-
sidered essential to the moral wel-
fare of man. By curbing his basic
drive for food with discerning and
discriminating selection man rises
above the level of the animal into
the realm of intelligence.
There is a group of commentar-
ies who seek to base the Dietary
laws upon mystical reasons. This
approach, exemplified by the Kab-
balists contends that there is a re-
lationship between the mind and
the body of man. Man. a cosmos
in himself, reaches the desired har-
mony of his miniature world only
by restricting his diet to certain
permitted foods. The meat of cer-
tain prohibited animals, for ex-
ample, are said to "clog the heart"
of man, according to Rekanati, a
Kabbalist of the thirteenth cen-
tury.
A third school of thought se< -
a basis ol symbolism underlying
each type ol food that Jewish
lion prohibited, such as the his-
t< rie symbolism implied
aMn>iiininiNnnMi:B,iiiii'iii This page is prepared in co-
operation with the Spiruiuil Lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Rabbin-
cal Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHIT2
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Cenu of Wijdom
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman
P"rldaj 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: "Two All< rnatlveg." Rabbi
rtottman will be tueal apeaker at
.....t sh.iiii>.it. ii" p.m.
e
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
FYida) 6:18 p.m Saturday 8:80 a.m,
Sermon: "In Retrospection of the
Year." Saturdaj midnight, Selichot
service. Sermon: "Penitence Require*.
I "reparation."
e
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 11th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Krlda> ii'^*1 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "We Forgi Ahead." Bt-llchot
service! 11:80 p.m. Sermon: "Accom.
pllshment!"

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

BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
e
BETH TORAH. lwin st. d NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday S:ia a.m.
St-liohot service*. ;it midnight.

CONGREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1644
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 1Sth St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Kriilav 8:1S p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "When i* your Mltzvah and
where Is your liar Mltzvah?" liar
Mitzvah: Benjamin, son of Mr. and
Mis. Ivan Klrsmr. Selichot at mld-
niuht. Sermon: "Forgiveness at Mid-
nightA Flesh Breath of Air."

DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richt;r.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
i rni.,\ 8:15 p.m. sermon: "Reflections
on the Passing Year." Saturday 8:30
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Arthur, son of Mr.
and Mrs Irving Superior. SeUchol
v. : \ I. at midnight.
e
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld.
Friday 8:80 p.m, Saturday 8:30 m
Selichot 11:45 p.m.
Bible

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM ot Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can-
tor Ernest Steiner.
e
TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rat>bi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
l'!,,i.t\ 8:15 p.m. Saturday 10:45 a.m.
i:..i Mltzvah: son of Mr and Mrs.
living Rablnowltt.
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
e
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler
Friday : p.m, Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Torah Har
Mitzvah: Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Trent; I'ean, .-"ii of IT. and
Mrs. Jacob Classman.
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
FYidav S:15 p.m. Sermon: "Should
Jews Object to the Portrayal of the
Merchant of Venice?"

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Act Two
of 'Rome and Jerusalem'." Saturday
10:30 a.m. liar Mitzvah: Roark. son
of Mr. and Mis. .lack Young. Selichot
services at midnight.
e
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th it.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abrans-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Saturdav 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Por-
tion of the Law." Har Mltzvah: El-
liot, son of Mrs. Shirley Fisch and
Jack Fisch. Selichot services at mid-
night.
e
TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Pertinent
Thoughts for the Month of EIuJ." Sat-
urdav s:4r. a.m. Par Mitzvah: Lee, son
Of Mr. and Mrs Jerome B. Mills. Seli-
I chot service 11:80 p.m. Sermon:
i "Awake from your Slumber."
e
ItEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
Prlda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Length of
Days- Blessing or Misfortune?" sis-
terhood members will conduct a pre-
Holy Day candle ritual.
__a__.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU- EL^ 1801 i TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Mlsml
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday >:.'." p.m, Sermon: 'Small still
Volci In Ihi Night." Ones Shabbat
host: Sisterhood. Saturday 8 a.m.
s. liehi,t service at midnight.
| hibition against leavened bread on
| Passover, 01 the moral symbolism
j involved in prohibiting birds of
| prey which symbolize barbarism.
etc. There have also been some
j who see a practical basis in our
Dietary laws, claiming a hygienic
advanttage for those who observe
them.

' Why i* it forbidden to have statues
in the synagogues?
This comes under the general'
prohibition against the making or,
possession of graven images men-1
tioned in the Bible (Deut 4:12-15;
27:15). Basically, Jewish tradition
forbids making finite forms which
would represent ifninite beings such
as (he Almighty. Man. the image
of the Almighty, likewise was a
figure prohibited, because he could
bi taken to represent infinity. In I
this way statues can easily lead
ti some fi nn of idol worship
was the cas< among manj ei
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
e
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
e
HIALEAH REFORM JEWISH CON.
GREGATION. 555 W. 49th St.. Hia-
leah Reform.
e
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
e
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Friday ( p.n* s*tuida> l It a n
Selichot at midnight. Sermon: "Mid-
night Can."

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m.
Sermon: "Standing Before God." Har
Mitzvah: Mlrli.nl I'oslcher, son of Ml.
and Mrs Jos Mltner.
e
MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
e
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Nsrmandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman.
------e------
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
e
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Prlday 8:15 p.m. Has Mitxvah: Susan.
daughter m Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ja< -
ribs*. Saturday 9 ., m. Selichot serv-
ices; a 1 Idnigiii
----
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
-. n i u
Sntui da> '' a in
d i n of Mi and
Seth, i
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raboi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Jack
Lerner.
Fildav v;ir. p.m. Sermon: "Is Pivino
Retribution Trul) Divine?" Saturday
9 a.m.
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Zvi.
rVldia) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Tin Cove-
nant of God." Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "God Give* Charity."
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
lrlday >:3" p.m. Sermon: "Approaeh-
iiiK the llii;li Holy Days." Oneg Shab-
bat hosts; Rabbi and Mrs. waxman
and Ionian Potash, cMiarregatlon
president, and Mrs. Potash in honor
of new members. Saturday Selichot
a< midnight. Sermon: "Reflections at
Midnight."
e
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
I SJ SJSJSJgejBI: SBJ
CANDUUGH7ING T/Aff
22 Dul 6:04 p.m.


Fcge 14-A
-Jenist fhridiar
Friday, September 21, \^i
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDL1N
Jews and Their Glory in God are a Very Special Case
V
MEMOIRS OF A SPECIAL CASE. By Chaim Raphael.
207 pp. Boston: Atlantic-Little, Brown, 34 Beacon St.
$4.00.
BOOKS LIKE THIS, utterly quotable, unutterably delight
** ful. are a joy to read and the devil to review. There
Will be that guilty feeling, at the end. that I have failed
the book and my own pleasure in it. that the rare delicate
flavor has not survived the rough portage, that its charm
il untranslatable and its depths unechoable. For the book
is not a novel to be dissected structurally, nor essays to
be discussed logically. It is a collection of seven stories
which are not stories so much as a journey through the
world in the perspective of Jewish experience.
It is the Jew in the western worid who is the -in .
case" of the title. Mr. Raphael, who ha- been an Oxford
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
cion. a British Foreign Office official, a Hebrew scholar,
and the author (under the name of Jocelyn Davey) of a
series of thrillers, makes Jewishness a special character
trait, a sophisticated amalgam of reverent realism and
impious mysticism. It is that particular view of exist-
ence which Jews think they hold, uniquely, in community
(and they may be right* which gives the book its excep-
tional and endearing quality:
"God may by now have made up His mind about the
Jews, or He may still be waiting. He has had a better
chance than the rest of us to see it all in perspective.
Those of us who are only here today and gone tomorrow
have to take the whole thing on the run almost It is
certainly hard to try and pinpoint some exclusive Jewish
culture and way of life, even in a locale as monolithic as
New York. The Jews may have inherited a culture Of
Mentally Disturbed Youth Who Shot a Jew
Washing!
IT WAS NOT thi An
I Pan thi revolvt r
. fein. a 1"
Virj
Bui I '"N
': I
S'azi phi of anl '
tempt foi
...... h Frank -
ppi ,. sadistic joke, i -
of s
, [ Hitli ops
. | ., ; Sozi
sourci nfeci.....era
- e in stormtro]
g the swastika s anti-Jew-
.. rhe Nazis ai pi posses;
i parai nizaticn

i N'azis
sordei
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Death of Arab Power
Washington
AS THE SEVENTEENTH session
ventd :hi- week ghost scurrii
. : md the 1': it< d Natii i i
dor- [i as the shadov
Aral' League Born in dissension
in 1945. the Leagut has been nur-
i hi treds and has finally
exploded through the heat oi inter-Arab hostility,
envy, in-fighting and selfishm --
Although the League has always maintained Its
headquarters in Egypt's capital, and its top seen
tariat has always been Egyptian, it ha- tried to
maintain the fiction that it represented all of tht
Arab states From time to time, the bubble was
prickednow Iraq, which accused Egypt of dictat-
ing to the League, then by Jordan, more recently
by Syria Always, the rift- were patchedopenly,
at least Now its tear is beyond repair.
Everyone knows that the League is no more,
regardless oi what any of the Arab governments
might say. And with the demise of the League, there
ha- followed the clear understanding here that Arab
"unity'' can no longer be used as a pretext for
anti-Israeli hostility The lesson is an important
one, especially to various member- hire who fear-
ed that, il they acted with fairness toward Israel.
they would offend an entire large bloc of members
belonging to the Arab League Nov. that bloc -
gone just as the League itself has evaporated in
fact, it not official proclamation.
Nasser ha- been called the dictator of the Lei
by some of hi.- "allies" previously But nov thi r
i- a genuine breakdown of Leagut unity Syria ar.d
. h other openly in the Lea
pt walkt I, on top ol thai
vclopmem Jordan and Saudi Arabii e< to patch
their yean enmities and merge their armies.
The two Arab K 'da joint communique an-
nouncing I i i at \ friendship and. what i- v
Nasser a "tra
nyone d
to all intents and purp -<
the Leagut is l< i
The death of th<
i
for th< i lion calling for direct,
face : talks betv
an.i fsrai '' i resolutii
at :
will..-
: [fenses nst Rockwi
followers. Individu bers went 'o jail, but
s permitted b recruit re] lace-
Attorne.v G i Robt F Kennedy
Rockwell's < '-' v
till has not i Vmt i Nazi Part> ti tht
\ :. amonj Ar i gton and Fa i
:. x county youths is I n thi
irysidi The targets em rallj dummies,
r.i t actual persons R" vers are i asily
-- \, : n i v'ins lr, accused murdert r
ntei
-.....riders of R ell's "r ts thai
coincidi tallj an a
: Nazism lover oi ntei [ swastik
| n Rockwells
- rm ti pers Thi i atici Nazisn v
... the n a J
guill assocatioi
:
y it helpi : tally
iths It is this Na;
y vi live desire I i nst Vi
-. | i .'leaders :
Citiz ns comnittt es an
Nazisn
feii esidi
ass : the lawn of hi
nted a telescope I si
lx entist,
The act si d killer was i
tic was I for s stiki tinting
possessioi f guns. Na;
things "He hated Jews." said a detectivt
: : affinity tor the Rockwell idealogj
Whether V'inson was a cai arrj ng membci
Rockwell group or a fellov traveler was besi i
tiu poinl The Nazis anni unced after murdi r chj rgt -
were brought that he was not on their ofl
ership lisl
The Washington Dailj News reported
cally. thi Goldfeins' family doctor who on Satui
dry pronounced Lewis dead had been a target of
V son in July. 19C1.
"Records familiar with tht boj said hi loved
guns, had a history of anti-Semitism, and had one*
tried to join George Lincoln Rockwell's Amtrican
Nazi Party,
"A Fairfax official who talked to Vinson at the
time of the swastika painting said the boy asked
him "Why are you persecuting me?' and spouted
philosophy' tor two hours.
"The philosophy, the official said, leaned to the
superman teachings of Nietzsche
The Washington Evening Star quoted police who
told how much Vinson hated Jews and admired
Nazism.
he-r own. but it seems to show up Us: in the background
of somebody else's."
Then, possibly, the heart cf the matter: "Perhaps
it ;s not always such iun to be a Jew. but to be the si
a> everybody else1? m How yrey." The penaln tor" the
escape from that greyness is a sensitivity ot incredible
richness and the wry. mournful mockery which shields it
from an erosive world. There is Jonas, for example, a
bitter old cripple in a north England industrial town, who
is obsessed with one struggle: The Jews had a -penal
score to settle with Clod. God had selected the Jews
for his particular anger: every Jew had to fight back
to defy God to prove we were r.e different. We had
cur weapon: reason."
There is an ascetic Christian clergyman engaged in
an aesthetic battle for young Raphael's soul: against the
dark mysteries oi Talmud he pits the light of Hit Greeks
and the beauty .oi Italy In Spain "the one word which
balanced emotionally with Germany" a celebration in
honoi ol the great Spanish philosophei Maimoi
comes a poignant symbol of the Spai sh traditii
tionship to the Jews, to the- (.<...<:. Age which ai
broken i n tht wheel of the Inquisiti
From a strange romance in .' isalem luring the
- i the Mai.daie and a sean lead 5 Scrolls
comt this quote "It was : thej tl Jews
tht free exerc -< reason was m:
..ink you to God
t a bit ovei tht ages ." It is i tl booh
- -.-.< xprt sses the <
mui i as it met i i :
I I A
. -
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Panor&rn:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Highest Bench
\ JUDGE
;i>. and to be i i thi
5 tops
. com lr;
.things -
I .
ent Israt
s or Pre: ents
i
[her in Israel sh< allt
: -. und
Ciiil'C I ..'
emi [here is chi .
not easy to be a got V
of th Southern judge who -. id hi
ear botl sides of a qut stu : as il
: .-. Evei on the Supremi
v eep >ne ol Mr
n t he Su pre i
net asked "Why does ht
. refei ring to his colleague
. outi Justict McReynoIds who h
anti-St'i i What c.i'. be e wj
antithi istice than prejudict.
II ever there was a man u hi was n
he .: al judge, it was Cardozt ( ardi i
;. as American as McReynoIds. his
in lh" American Revolution: h-
grandfathei was the head ol tht Newport
id in 1754. to which Georgt Washington sen!
hi! famous letter on tolerance Cardozo certainl}
was as learned in the law as McReynoIds. He wrote
1 tier English than McReynoIds
. ly Justice Holmes earned the reputation of
a superior English stylist: yet the dirt) lmcr
and prejudice showed itself und.:
robe ol justice which draped McReynoIds 1 >'jl1
it dirt) becausi at bottom, it -terns to me Hurt
all prejudice is a form of slovenly thinking
unjust need a bath When Isaiah admonishes Israel
to "execute judgment," he first lids them "vm
yourself, make yourself clean "
Christmas Stamp Won't Meet Jewish Objection
as is tl ase i si me of the publii h
-....- ..: iki ram- are c, ..uneot"
alance" the coinciding holid;
\ verthelcss, 1 believe that i can predict '>"
lional Jewish
Jew from
the < hristmas stami even I
JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS IN the Unit-
** ed States an m faced with a new
similai to that of the prayers in
public school- The Post Office has de-
cidedfor the first time in I'S posta
a Christmas -tamp.
ess i n infraction oi the Con-
al s] irit of sej aration i I i hurcb
introduction of prayers _
I blit The design ol t! consists i rould then have to take an
waj oi Mprt sent however thej feel that
- ""'- res must be channt the din
acl
n in the i

i -
course.

in pub.. I the matter. The
il should tht stamp become an annual iss
numei that havi
consequ
. -ay to tht Supremt

.
n th
lided.


Septerr-bar 21, 1962
r
.jVw/*#> fh)irKdlifiri
Page 15-A
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, of the Hebrew
A ademy, addresses students of the new Dora
Cohen Hebrew High School for girls at dedi-
cation ceremonies last week. Left to right are
fi:ob Cohen, patron of the new girl's school
in memory of his wife, Dora, who passed
away last year; Rabbi Gross, principal, He-
brew Academy; Rabbi William Millen, in-
structor for the class; and members of the
class. Saundra Lipman, Miriam Weiss, Nancy
Saltz. Carol Esterman. Miriam Geiger and Eva
Lefkovi'.^. Not shown is Arlene Greenberg.
Popick to Head Miami Delegation To Bond Confab
Sossin Named
To Committee
Michael Sossin, managing (Erec-
tor of the Blacks tone Retirement
hold in Miami Beach, has been
named to the national organizing
committee of the National Council
of Senior Citizens, headquartered
in Washington, D.C.
Appointment of Sossin, president
ot the Humane Society ot Greater
Miami, was announced by reined
Col. Aime Forand, president of the
National Council ot Senior Citizens
In appointing Sossin, Forand
said, "It is of prime importance
that the National Council build a
strong organization of senior citi-
zen clubs and groups."
Sossin said he would begin "a
concerted effort next week to af
filiatc all organized senior citizen
associations in South Florida with
the National Council."
Shrinks Piles
Without Surgery
Stops Itch-Relieves Pain
Nrw York,N.Y.( Special) For the
first time science has found a new
healing substance with the aston-
ishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids, stop rectal itch and to
relieve painwithout surgery.
In case after case, while gently
relieving pain, actual redaction
(shrinkage) took place.
Most amazing of all result*
were so thorough that sufferers
made astonishing statements like
"Piles have ceased to be ft
problem!"
The secret is a new healing sub-
stance (Bio-Dyne) -discover*
of a world-famous research
institute.
This substance is now available
in suppository or ointment form
under the name Preparation H*.
At all drug counters.
rack S, Popick. i;rael Bond lead-
.- ill head Greater Miami's dele-
". mi to ihe national planning con-
>nce of the Israel Bm I Organi-
m Washington, D.C, open-
:_ Friday. Sept .:
pick, an acth i tad tr in many
and philan rganiza-
is, will be accompanied by a
I nation of Miamians who will
i with more than 500 Jewish
- from ih. ates and
. la to discus; Israel's economic
is and devi......plans.
H New York. Or. Joseph J
S:warti, vice president of the
Israel Bond Organ:zaion, stated
I-> the three-day rational plan-
r -ig conference will launch a
r-cbilization-in-dep4^ program to
t- ng Israel Bond sa'ss r a total
c- S66,500,000 for !?:
full scale r :' Israel's
nomic develop will be
sented by Leu E*hl its Min-
-t of Finance. Dr. Schwartz
nounced tthat Davi I Horowitz,
ivernor of the Bi-;l< of Israel, will
> be a specia : -' speaker at
Washington c infere ice
mature beginning May i. 1963]
Holders of the twelve-year Inde-
pendent:' Issue ot Israel SavingsI
Bonds sold in 1951 will receive the
full amount of the bonds plus ac-
crued interest, or me and half
times (he issue price The first
ndence Coupon Bonds, which
were issued On :i fiiteen year basis.
:11 begin to reach maturity in
May [966.
Popick. president of Mechanics
Uriform Service, will attend two
other national meetings of organ-
izations in wrech he holds major
posts while in Washington. Pop-
ick, chairman of the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Committee for State of Israel
Bonds, Is also a member of the
national board of governors of
the Development Corporation of
Israel.
I
lie will be attending a special
meeting of the board of directors'
of the Israel Investors Corporation,
a position to which he was recently
ideeted.
Popick will, in addition, meet
with other members of the national
executive committee of the Zion-
ist Organization of America. Fi-
nancial secretary of Temple
Kinanu-Kl. Popick is national vice
president of the American Friends
ol the Hebrew University i
HOME IMPROVEMENT
LOANS
at
I3f|k OF MIAMI
117 N.E. 1st AVE. FR 1-9641
Let our installment
loan department at low
Member: ^RSk . bank ratesmake your
Keserve ^ bv Florida room, or other
.Federal ^ i^bv home improvements,^
' Insurance Corporation "^^fc^^^ a reality, ^^^^m A. J. HARRIS Chairman of the Boar]
France to Abstain in UN
Vote for Israel-Arab Talks
unusually
jnificant aspect
the forthcoming conference will
ie presentati in by F-hkol of
- plans f r \ lemption
If :he first Israel Bonds hich will
PARIS (JTA) Maurice
Come le Murville, the French For-
eign Minister, was understood to
have explained this week why
France intends to continue abstain-
ing from voting m any resolution
calling for direct Arab-Israel peace
J lie f~^al*ns
CONVALESCENT HOME
MIAMI'S mmST, MOST MODERN HOME
built expressly for individual care of the
convaleszent, chronic and geriatrics patient.
Completely air-conditioned The finest nursing staff
Spacious garden-l se grounds Moderate rates
Recreational areas indoors and outdoors
Member National Geria'ri^s Soc
SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Ad twtor.
14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy.
Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida
talks at the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly.
The explanation was given at a
meeting with Israel Ambassador
Walter Kytan. who apparently
sought clarification on what the
French position would be so that
he could report it to a meeting
of Israel envoys in Switzerland.
The French official also was
reported to have given assur-
ances that France will oppose
any imposed solution of the Arab
refugee program when the issue
comes up at the 17th General
Assembly.
Another assurance was reported
on Ihe Israeli ambassador's appeal
for French help on Ihe urgent
problem of arranging some kind
of link between Israel and the
European Common Market
The French official said the
French delegation to Furomart
would be instructed to act in a
spirit of understanding of Israel's
need to protect its substantial trade
with member countries.
NO MORE MED-FLY
SPRAY IN DADE CO.
TAKE YOUR CAR NOW TO
SAM TENDLERS
SIMONIZ
AND CAR WAXING STATION g
13th ST. A N.E. 2nd AVE. g
Opposite Stiri Sis Pump* a
FR 4-8579
a
1
daily, per person,
double occupancy
50 of 300 Rooms
to Nov. 1st.
ADD IF DESIRED
$^^ft ClEALS Ct* "*"^P
^W DAILN J% RtlW
^F WHICH ^ ^ H
d | TOTALS ^^^J
FOR
ROOM
BATH
&
FOOD
OLYMPIC POOL SNACK BAR COCKTAIL LOUNGE
FLEETWOOD 800 West Ave. Ph. JE 8-4521
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO AIL .
ARCADE BARBER SHOP
WAYNE FULLER, Owner
|40- N.E. 163rd St. Open 9 til 9 North Miami Beach
To All Season's Best Wishes
SIMMERMAN
CATERERS
5958 NE 2nd Avenue PL 8-4476
WE INSTALL
GLASS
FOR EVERY P1RPOSE
STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS
furniture Tops, Beveled Mirrors and
Kenhtring Our Specialty
L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
l^T**f$* 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orliw Phone FR 1-1363
TWIN CITY GLASS CO.
GUARANTEED MtnOKS STORE FltONTS fUHHITURt TOWS
ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING
AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE VOU WATT
1210 16th Street, M.S. Closed Saturdays Tel. J 8-6141
in O I. II I \
i k ; s s
WEDDING 4 BAR MIT1VAH
ANNOUNCEMENTS
GENERAL PRINTING OFFSET
SALES BOOKS
LAUNDRY LISTS OUR SPECIALTY
2918 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone HI 6-2020
"Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers"
ANOTHER LOCATION FOR YOUI CONVENIENCE
C0ULT0N BROS.
mW "MAUIY" "NAT- TOUt TEXACO BOYI
Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th Si.
AUGUST BROS ftvi
IS thi Bt.ST'
9
J. M. LIPT0N ^
INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
> GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONOS
614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING
101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA.
FR 1-5631 FR 71671


Pdcn U? A
Jn*isft FkrlMnn
Friday. September 2: [O**]
Federation Making Advanced Plans
To Mark Silver Anniversary Event
Formation el i Greater Miami
lew tan Federation nth anniverearj
rommlftee Ik plan ii>- Miami eom
iiiiiiiiIn'v oI'M'U.iiiii' ol (hit . bMm h< i'ifi\ announced bj 8W
M!>\ Lrfcourt, president ol f>dera
tn\n
t ndei the hau mansh \< ( Mi
Stanley M\ii> .i numbei ol lead
.in met tl FOdCI ition headquartei -
u> I.ii :u n .'Y.h .inim'i n.i. \ COW
Mltter ami to make plans foi the
, -l<-bl .itiou .'! '< iht! (.> :.>Kf
place iii two
Oeel f ts NanalNM ariN ha
tv nli>t te ii'iHwi ell ""
be, the Gieatei Mumi J
.h aaaaammMi In lha <* *
mitnji) abeooence eit miwn
.i o tt> mileatona ferthai tup
?oit >n* it*i avaraoai vc.< al
Beach Branch 'Y1
Has Installation
x VMHA
., >.-. t
> \ > s. i>
I -
....
rs..w .# s* j v Mn >* aaeai
* Ml tOOafcai J *
S.. w v I &MJCC c .>ev
a -n*. MoMkaa \*-..* *
ar of < ee* hUem *aaan
aa4a *w orMd **
M ?
v*
( \
s
v
< --
.: I *
-
. -
-

V ^
..
v
Awm >*
the United Jewih Appeal nd the
local need* ol the eight Federa-
tion ponorea agencies and their
branches in the Miami are*.
i,i civ .>t the communitj who
were Invited to take part in the
planning meeting and help in the
selection ol the anniversars eom
untie, inch ded
Mrs Vii-rs chairman, >>!"
Blank. Judge Irving Cypen, Mrs
karon Fan Lillian Goodman
karon Kannei I > Kaplan Mrs
- u > | efcourt
Uso Rabb In n '. hrn v' -
\ I i. Stanley C
Myers Hank Meyei Jack D tfor
Roson Prod K >''
Midnight Selichot At Menorah
mts stamw c. miifts
A modern interpretation to tradi-
tional midnight Selichot services
will be given at Temple Menorah
this Saturday, according to Rabb:
Mayer Abromowttx, spiritual lead-
er
At 11 p m the congregation will
gather hi Temple Menorahs Social
Hall for 3 coffee hour under the
foint sponsorship of the Temple
Sisterhood, Men's Club and Young
Married Couple- Asan
Selichot advices prepare Jews
to benefit from the rich religiou>
experience of the High Holy Day
oeritxl of Rosh Hasbona and Yom
K o( tht Saturday night preceding
Hashona."
After the coffee hour, the con-
.:, .a'.ior. will assemble in the
sanctuary Subject of the ser-
b\ Kabbi Abramowitz will
b,- y. r. Midnight "
Liturgical portions will be chants
by Cantor Edward Klein assbteil
by the Temple Choir under the di.
rection of Eli Samuels
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACirj
Wan't UpMt The Stomach
Anacin* not on'
ten
bat
nt*r rthef from piin Df hdha
I* alto taftr. Won': upeit th*
tomaeh and ha* r.o bad "?-cti.Yi
set. Ar.acin it like a doctor') pre.
acription. That i. Anacm contaiu
aot just one but a rei bmatitn of
aedieally proTtr. | ., -,-redientj.
Beientiflc retearch has ; r-,vj
eiaff't dr-*j can (ie ,
suck aaie reiif aa Aaacin Tabltu.
BEGoodrich
NORTON TIRE Co.
MAIN STORC: 53O0 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 hours ond all day Son.
Visit Owr New Wet Hollywood Storo At 6017 Hollywood Blvd
Vi
. ym *s **
maVe
room \* "*
0f*
*ttv
NEW TREADS
m w na* a> wrm r-.
- a<95 r^r?
i'
V*
f
\

a ~ .
u

s:
ROOF LEAK?
r a & i
\UTOK ro
TRUCK TIRES *US*>
s1395"- ^ ^ ^m
**<*,
5 a

^5*
aVOOWNai
\*& I?7255|
.jat
-^.-^.-x--

ALL TIRES SALE PRICED
13
CCVNr\-
X! Smb
^____ mmmu


1


Community Leader Sidney Aronovitz Named
To Succeed Balaban on Commission Page 1Q-B
n
. j
~ by ISABEL GROVE
Among those who will be aboard the SS Jerusalem for its
'ivnksgiving Fiesta Cruise lo the Caribbean in November are Mr.
Mrs. Samuel Stampleman and Mr. and Mrs. George Schwartz
Stampleman. former chairman of the board of Gilette Safety
Kezor Co., and Schwartz, a Miami CPA for more than 20 years,
< former partners in S & S Factoring Corp. The Schwartzes
i celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary during the cruise.
which is sponsored by the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah .
More than 50 close friends and relatives honored Bernard
edman, 900 West ave., with a suprise party on his 70th hir h-
, .;. Sunday at the Deauviile hotel A second reason tor the
I ration was Friedman'- recent recovery of his sight after hav-
been almost totally blind tor many years Honored guest at
i festivities was Miami opthalmologist Dr. Oscar Levine, whom
-t.lman credits with performing "'a true miracle'" .
Murray Selsky taking wife Annette, executive secretary of
,-estbrookc Country Club, "away from all that" for awhile .
Vacation plans for the couple include a tour of Florida to be fol-
'< wed by a Caribbean cruise.

Chairing the special gifts division of the United Fund's South
(,( District, ebullient Gerald Schwartz and his lovely Felice
h< sts at a cocktail reception in their Kendall home on Thursday
iir the group Just returned from a five-week vacation in the
Midwest, the Schwartzes spent several weeks in Minneapolis
'*.th Felice's twin sister, Janice (nee Pred) Rudnick Also spent
erne time in Omaha where Gerry was city manager for State of
Israel Bonds and served as press secretary to Ralph G. Brooks,
late governor of Nebraska .
Silver wedding bells for pioneer Miamiams Sylvia and Moe
Sthatzman, of 1375 SW 18th st. Feted at a cocktail party on
Sunday hosted by sons Bob and Arnold and the latter's pretty wife.
Ignore The junior Schatzmans recently left New Orleans where
Arnold served his "hitch" with the Army Reserves Now at-
tending the University of Miami law school .
Crystal House apartments on Miami Beach has a full quota of
ttnants now that they've all returned from their summer jaunts
. Mr. and Mrs Sol Brooks spent three weeks with relatives in
tbe West Mr. and Mrs. Max Mitchell made the long trek to
California and Mexico And Mrs. Irving J Schwartz spent the
, entire summer with her son in West port. Conn.

Talented Janice Revitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
JRevitz. of Bay Harbor Islands, now attending the school of drama
i i.nci art at trie University of Wisconsin Dad is president of
|Ttmple Menorah .
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers and Mrs. H. Franklin Williams have
I accepted posts of educational chairmen with the Technion Women's
[1 ivision .
The condemned ate a hearty meal George Milhet. getting
jj-ady to fling his derby into the political race for a state legisla-
ure seat, dining with his wile recently at Tony's Fish Market .
lit adman there, restaurateur Tony Sweet, back at his post after
travels to New York and Boston.

Relaxing at home for a few weeks will take the place of a
traveling vacation for Larrie Blasberg. popular Riverside Memor-
i. Chapel's vice president and his Arlene .
Out-of-town guests here for the recent wedding of the former
I stelle Robin and Robert I'resner included the bride's aunt. Mrs.
-ik Andelman. of Boston. Mass and on the bridegroom's si e,
:- Mat Leib and Mrs. Richard Garden, of New York, and Mr.
[. Mrs, David Finger and family, of Melbourne.
* *
La-t stop before Sarah and Jerry Sugerman return to their
[I' i\ new Blair House apartment is Las Vegas Before that,
Ihey had been to Chicago for visits with their many friends and
relatives and to Los Angeles to see their son and his family,
Especially the two adorable grandchildren .
Harvey Farr went to Bimini on the Bimini Express His
Bi Iks. Aaron end Myra. knew which way the wind was blowing
[they knew every time a drop of rain fell They knew when Har-
pe> had a cup of coflee and how many donuts he ate Loud and
It liar on his 7-W-1735 Citizen Band Equipment, he talked to them
Jell the way there and all the way back, while they read the Sun-
|d;.y papers in their air-conditioned house, and Harvey got a real
|fodd sunburn .
Sam and Edith Margolis brought home the most striking hand-
knit sweaters from Oslo, Norway, for themselves and their two
jsons. Rob and Mike The sweaters are white with intricate de-
signs Now they are waiting and hoping for the weather to get
roId enough lor them to be worn.
*
1-eo Eisenstein and his Nola left last week for a visit with
Ifcmily and friends in St. Louis. Mo. From there, it will be
tveral weeks of additional vacationing at the Arlington hotel in
tot Springs, before the Eisensteins return home.
*
Gtt (Mrs. Morris? Berick and Evelyn (Mrs. Martin) Rokaw
fchatting at luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel Evelyn was baby-
pjtting recently with her grandson, John There were no
nnasta games in the cabana Daughter Patsy and her hus-
pand. Dr. Robert Lieberskind were celebrating their sixth anni
p rsary in Nassau ..
It rained when Charles Jacobson went over to Nassau on the
Ml .It rained, so Ruthie and he couldn't shop to their hearts'
foment, but Charlie was well content While there, they saw
Jarry and Jennie Gordon and the Irv Kalmans and the Sidney
greens,
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 21, 1062
Section 3
Plans for the Hadassah-sponsored Thanksgiv-
ing Fiesta Cruise to the Caribbean on Nov.
21 to 28 aboard the SS Jerusalem are mapped
by leaders of the Miami Beach chapter in the
offices of Zim Lines. Conferring are (left to
right) Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Gold worm, chapter president, Lillian
Goodman, Zim vice president, Akiva Gorier,
and Miss Esther Goodman. Reservations lor
the seven-day cruise may be made at the Zim
offices, 407 Lincoln rd.
So. Dade Carnival
In Member Fete
South Dade Division of National
Council of Jewish Women held a
membership affair on Sept 19 at
Doral Country Club.
Some 100 members and prospec-
tive members were entertained by
a lively, musical skit entitled "The
Bells are Ringing." showing pros-
pective members how to put more
fun into their lives bv joining Coun-
cil
A Telstar model hung from the
center of the ceiling, with ribbons
descending to the white and gold
centerpieces on each of the 15
large, round tables.
The ribbons, inscribed with the
theme of the affair, "Council Com-
municates." were attached to tele-
phones on top of white pedestals.
At the base of the pedestals, all
Council activities were described
in three-dimensional form.
Posters and tables located around
the room informed guests of the
various phases of Council activity
At South Dade Division function for National Council of Jew-
ish Women are (left to right) Mrs. A. Budd Cutler. 9490 Easter
rd.; Mrs. Henry Cain, 7350 SW 135th ter.; and Mrs. Selig
Snow, 12101 SW68thct.
Temple Women Slate Orientation
Orientation workshops for board
members of Temple Emanu-El Sis-
terhood are scheduled for Monday,
Tuesday, and Wednesday, from 9:15
a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
The first session, on Monday,
will cover all cultural, education-
al, and youth activities. This will
include adult education. Israeli af-
fairs, book review series, Judaism
in the home, library, and youth pro-
grams. Presiding will be Mrs
Herbert Shapiro, vice president.
Tuesday morning session will in-
clude all public relations commit
tees, such as braille, hospitality,
membership, community affairs,
and branch activities. Mrs. Theo-
dore Zallcs, vice president, will
preside.
The third and last session, sched-
uled for Wednesday morning, will
cover all fund-raising committees
end administrative activities, in-
cluding anniversary luncheon, flow-
er fund, book sale, gift shop, bud
get, nominations, year book and
duties of all officers. Mrs. Max
Boderman and Mrs. Leonard
Abramson. vice presidents, will
preside at this session
All three sessions will be held
at the Temple's North Branch re
ligious school. 727 77th St.. in the
Sisterhood lounge and adult edu-
cation room.
Temple r.manu-El Sisterhood
members are invited to participate
in these workshops.
Mrs Sol Goldstein, president,
and Mrs Irving Lehrman. founder
president of the Southern region of
the National Women's League ot
United Synagogue of America, will
serve as consultants lor all sess-
ions.
Mt. Sinai Women
Member Coffee
Set for Tuesday
Women's Auxiliary of Mt. Sinai
Hospital of Greater Miami has is-
sued invitations to prospective
members for a membership coffee
at Mt. Sinai on Tuesday morning,
at 10 a. m.
Mrs A. Herbert Mathes. presi-
e'ent of the Women's Auxiliary, will
welcome guests. A movie will be
shown depicting the many facets
of the hospital in which the Auxil-
iary plays a vital role.
Mrs. Edward Roth, tour chair-
man, and members of her commit-
tee will ake prospective members
on a guided tour of the hospital.
Mrs. John Owen, vice president,
will be available for interviews and
to help place new members in de-
partments to which they are most
suited.
The Auxiliary will welcome wom-
en of the community interested in
becoming members. Further in-
formation is available at the Auxil-
iary office at Mt. Sinai.
Mrs Saul H. Mark and Mrs.
Charles Milkes are membership
chairmen Hostesses for the day
will be Mesdames Ralph Duber,
Harvey Salomon. Frank Schaffran,
) mend E. Feiner. Joseph Crus-
n.ir. Joseph Fields and Rose Ross.


Page 2-B
Je*l$r fhridiari
Friday, September 21, 1962
Cooking m
Corner
Mildred
G.
Bellin
MRS. EMU MORTON
Mrs. Morton Will
Chair Fashion
Show Oct. 28
Mrs Kmil Morion has been nam-
ed chairman of the Dior Israel
Fashion presentation to he held at
a dinner under the auspices of the
Sponsors of Israel on Sunday night,
Oct. 28, at the Fontainebleau hotel.
As her first step, Mrs. Morton
will host a coffee at her home,
1101 So. Shore dr Miami Beach,
for members of the host commit-
tee on Wednesday, 10:30 a.m. Mrs.
Morton and the committee will
initiate plans for the fashion presen-
tation featuring the world-famed
*. llection of Dior-Israel fashions
originally shown in Paris at the
home of Baron Edmond do Roths-
child,
Mrs Morton. Miami resident who
has starred in leading operatic
rules in Europe and the United
Slates, was born in Berlin and
studied voice with noted teachers
in Vienna. For two years after the
war, she was a leading operatic so-
prano at the Sta.it Theatre in Vien-
na
In 1948. the former Lottie Elwen
came to the I'nited States to star
in "C-Men" with Dean Jaggers and
John Carradine.
During a singing engagement in
New York, she met and married
Miami businessman Emil Morton.
They have three young sons. Dav-
id, Peter and Bobby. Along with
being a devoted wife and mother.
Mrs. Morton finds time to be active
in many civic organizations and to
continue her vocal studies.
During the past year several re-
quests have been received for di-
rections for making slrudel, the
real" kind, with the dough
stretched as thin as tissue paper
Since strudel is a traditional holi-
day delicacy, this is an ideal time
for learning to prepare it. Mak-
ing the dough for strudel is an art,'
but one which can be mastered.
Perhaps the chief requirement is
patience. That, combined with a
gentle touch and practice, can
create a strudel dough of which
any cook may well be proud. Ex-
pert strudel makers have slight!
different methods of working which
they find helpful. These will be
suggested in their proper place. To
prepare the dough you will require:
2 cups sifted all-purpose flour
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
Vt cup lukewarm water
1 well beaten egg
1 lti teaspoon salt
Sift the flour into a bowl. Com-
bine the oil. water, egg, and salt.
Add to the flour and stir to a
smooth dough. Knead on a flour-
ed hoard for about three minutes.
Some cooks like to slap the dough
hard against the table several
times to aid the kneading process
When the dough feels elastic and
perfectly smooth, shape into a hall
and cover it with a warm bowl.
Let it stand for 30 minutes.
Now cover a table at least 30
inches square with a cloth, and rub
all-purpose flour evenly into the
cloth. Place the dough in the cen-
ter and roll it out as thin a pos*
ilile without breaking it. This is
the point at which the stretching
1 process begins Some cooks like to
spread a very thin layer of oil over
the surface before beginning to pull
, the dough, others leave it dry.
Some like to fold the fingers of
both hands into the palms, then
work with the backs of the hands
up. and a dipping up and down mo-
tion from the wrists. Others work
better with the thumbs inside the
palms, the fingers on each hand
close together and pointing toward
each other The dough rests on the
top of the index fingers a- u is
pulled. The palms may he up or
down. And still others make a
Chapter Chief Slates Report
Mrs. Sidney Hittorman. president
ot the Miami Beach chapter of,
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital, and Jewish Na-
tional Home for Asthmatic Children
at Denver, was to give a report
of the 55th annual national con-
vention, which she attended as her
chapter's official delegate.
The meeting, open to the public
and prospective members, was to:
he held at Washington Federal
Savings and Loan blclg.. Normandy
Isle, this Thursday.
Mrs. Jerry Resnick. program
chairman, has arranged for the
showing of a film on the Home in
Denver.
Miami Beac'n diopter devotes its
efforts to support and maintain the
national Home's free and non-sec
i.:nan medical program devoted t<.
the treatment of children suffering
from chronic intractable asthma.
,j hi fisl with the thumb inside,
and w< rk with palms up.
Whichever method you find best,
bcgin by placing the hands under
ough near the center. Then.
vcrv, ver> gently pull and stretch
,, in all directions Work around
he table as you pull. This is the
part of strudel making which re-
,0ires infinite patience. Even ex-
perts work slowly and carefully. If
veu hurry, the dough lears. espec
ially after it becomes thinner
However, until you become an ex
perl the dough probably will iear
| :l few places in spite ot your
efforts to prevent i' When it doe-.
simply pri'ss the torn edges togeth-
er but try to keep the seams as
thin as possible. When the dough
has been pulled as thin as tissue
paper cut away the slightly thick
er outside edge. Sprinkle the sur
f:ice of the dough evenly with two
tablespoons of vegetable oil and
two tablespoons of fine bread
crumbs
For this stru.Jel we have selected
n filling of apple-, which are at
their best in early autumn. To
prepare it. you will require:
6 large tart apples
H cup seedless raisms
1 a cup dried currants
>.. cup linely chopped nutmeats
i cup sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Peel, core, and chop the apples
si ly. Or. if you prefer, you
may cut them into eighths, then'
-lice them thin Combine with the
remaining ingredients.
Place tin.- 1:11111- in a long roll
aboul '- inches inside one end of
the dough and the lull length of
the dough Fold the 2 inches of
dough over the filling, Now lift
'hat end of the tablecloth slightly
and the dough will roll oxer the
filling. Keep lifting the cloth gent-
ly until the entire dough has been
lolled up. Some cook.- like to
spread the filling over 2-3 of the
dough, but with juicy fillings sue h
as apple it is better to have all
of it in the center. After the dough
is rolled, cut into pieces just a
little shorter than your baking pans
Crease the pans well, and carefully
place the rolls on them with the
cut edge underneath. Bru-h
tops with more oil. Bake .it ;;
legs. P. about 4;. minutes .
browned. Half-way thi ugh u,,
baking, brush again with oil. (-,_,,
into piece when cold. This reciw
makes 16 generous pie,
IS
your
family
happy?
Of course! But why not mjfci
them happier...at dinner t>
night! Have some real old-fash,
ioned tasting Kasha, the kind
Grandma used to make. It's
economical, and as easy as
beating an egg and chop,
ping an onion. Just folio*
the recipe on the WOLffS
KASHA package.
MAKES YOUR
MEAL A FEAST
JUSTBESURE
YOU SERVE
ENOUGH!
,'
KASHA
- &
Groats
W& KASHA
Velicm,
i. nutritlout Brow*
Bjt-*heat Groats. Also enjoy
WolH Creamy Kernels (grits)
Kasha N' Gryy, Kijha Soup. |
Wi KASHA COOMOO0
Jjst address request to:
Phyllis Wollf, Penn Ym, M. t
Menorah Women
Present Skit
Temple Menorah Sisterhood held
a general meeting Wednesday eve-
ning in the Social Hall.
Mrs. .loseph Feldman presented
a skit. "Travel Through Sister-
hood." narrated by Mrs. Lawrence
\\ eston.
Cast members were Mesdames
Norman Harrow, Al Mechlowitz.
Jack Segal. Ben Benjamin. Herb-
ert Kaplan. Harry 1'insky. Haskell
Bratter. Leo Sonnenblick. Irving
Wechsler and Margaret Blistein.
Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood
president.
Rosh Hashanah in Jerusalem
Those who yield to the spell of Jerusalem at New Years time find
themselves on the "avenue of history," strolling with David and
Solomon. Ezra and Nehemiah, viewing the First and Second Temples,
and hearing the Shofar's call a thousand times for a thousand Rosh
Hashanahs. Now return to the present, and one of the Simchas of
Modern Israel, shown below: the Supreme Religious Center and Chief
Rabbinate Court in Jerusalem, dedicated in May 1958.
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's
richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expen-
sive blend of green coflees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beansfor
deep, dark, delicious flavor.
AWARD
HEADQUARTERS
for
CLUBS, SCHOOLS
ORGANIZATIONS
Try Us And You Too
Will Be A Winr.er
Buy Direct Frcn
Manufacturer
* TROPHIES
* PLAQUES
* EMBLEMS
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Phone for FREf. Catalogue
The TROPHY MEN
859 N.E. 79th Street
PL 8-4781
the
Simcha
Coffee
W tiuvu MFffi Of GtMSAl FOODS


Friday. September 21, 1
962
* tpnist MrrffdTfar
Paoe 3-B
UNITED FUND
X* Special tVtemoricI Anne frank chapter
w*i'
^ md leaders on Miami Beach meet at a coffee to dis-
a for the 1962 fall campaign. Talking it over are (left
l0 riqhl Mrs. Irving Cypen, district chairman; Mrs. Milton
Sirkir -ociate division chairman; and Mrs. Melvin J. Rich-
ard, c.-- 3 chairman.
BB Women Will
Help Bond Drive
lh women will hold u
Icadersh i meeting consisting <>f
2i presidi nts of all groups, coun-
cil, i ir Israel Bond chair-
men or I riday, it was announced
b; Mrs Gi1 raid Soltz. chairman of
Israel Bi i ds for B'nai B'rith Dis-
trict .">
The meeting will take place at a
(it, i ;: thi Israel Bond office. 424
Lincoln Miami Beach, with
\ lacl Katzman, chairman of
the Women's Division, serving as
less
Partici ling in the meeting will
b Mrs (red Reich, president of
o has just returned
Ion, where she con-
i national board and
role thai local B'nai
b'rith men w ill take on behalf of
I-:.,.
Mrs Ri i h reported thai all tnaj-
annual B'nai B'rith
Israel Bonds, and
i B'n i B'rith women
.i m lar event
South Dade Chapter Meeting
Smith Dade chapter of the Na-
tional Cardiac Hospital will hold
its first meeting of the year at the
Sunset Playdium, 9600 s\v 72nd st.,
Wednesdaj al 9 30 a.m Presidenl
of the chapter is Mrs Michael Keld
man.
Prayer Services
Set at Mt. Nebo
Sp< i ial memorial s t\ Ices will be
nnducted at Mt. Nebo Cemeterj
n Sunday. Sepl i':>. and Sundaj
Oft. 7.
I
The service, in memory of the;
leparted, is a traditional custom
observed on the occasion of the
h Holy Days The holiday sea
-on will be launched with Selichot
i rvices in synagogues throughout
Greater Miami this Saturday at
midnight
Rabbi Norman N, Shapiro, spin
al leader of Beth David Congre-
ation, will officiate for members
Beth David at services this Sun-
lav ;>t 12 noon At 2 p.m Dr Jos-
rph R. Narot, spiritual leader of
nple Israel, will lead the special
rial prayers,
Mso scheduled for this Sunday
are Rabbi David Rosenfield. Flag-
irr-Granada Jewish Community
i enter. 2:30 p.m ; and Rabbi Max
Shapiro, Congregation Beth Kodesh,
i p.m.
Spiritual leaders who will offic-
iate at the special memorial serv
ii. Sunday, Oct. 7. include Rabbi
Samuel April. Coral Way Jewish
Center, 10:30a m.; Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, Temple Emanu-El, in a spec
ial dedication ceremony at 11 a in..
(I be followed by the memorial at
11:30 a.m.; Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Temple Mcnorah, 12:30 p.m ;
Vnn Prank chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will have a regular meet
ins on Tuesday noon at the Park
i.ane Cafeteria, 215S SW 22nd st
..in uill include the introduc-
tion of officers, a report on the
national BB convention in Washing-
ton, and card games.
^
Before you pack for your vacation
Look at
ALITALIA AIRLINES'
8 SUNNY HOLIDAYS TO .
ISRAEL, ITALY, GREECE and a luxurious S865
Mediterranean cruise. Frt>M................................
SOUTHERN ITALY, ROME, NAPLES, CAPRI (and eholca ol 3 SfjQO
week-lonj eitensions at nominal cast), 10 days t .......... w
THE CANARY ISLANDS, LONDON, MADRID, ROME, three wonderful SC4Q
cities and the most delightful Island vacation under the sun, at w-tw
THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT, ROME. Set tht Bible hrou|ht to Hie and JOCT
enjoy a relaxing MedllorraMan Cruiso. Fro* ................u
EGYPT, LEBANON, HOLY LAND, GREECE, ROME. $995
A comprehensive Holy lond tour by air from
LONDON, LISSOM, PARIS, WESTERN ME0. CRUISE. Variety, excite- STCQ
ment and an Idyllic erulst. Fro*..................... '"
A PLEASURE CRUISE In tht Mediterranean on Hit limed luxury S7I Q
ship Agamemnon, visiting up tt 22 colorful ports and cities. From ^w
AROUND THE WORLD MQRfl
with Alitalia. From ...................................... ,suu
*" '! bntt in 17-rfi, raunt trl, Jtt iihmi Ui% fri Miw rk (tH. Oct. I)
mi laclutft cnlM ttrti, iiiimnoiiiiin, !.
For Information and Reservations
CHUCK HALL TRAVEL
975 Arthur Godfrey Rd. (Giller Bldg.) Miami Beach
JE 1-1195 John E. Lenard, V.P.
Coral Way Ladies
Launch Season
Mrs Murray Kaye. president,
was to conduct the first meeting of
the fall season of the Coral Way
Jewish Center Sisterhood this
Thursday evening.
Preceding the business agenda.
Sisterhood members, under the di-
rection of Mrs Solomon Lanster.
were to present a program dealing
With the various phases in the life
ol a girl who is schizophrenic.
flamingo Chapter Lounge
Flamingo chapter of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital will
hold it> annual membership social
on Wednesday evenina al the Sor
rento's upstairs lounge A pro
ararn feature is "Price the I'ri i
Academy PTA
Holds Workshop
Newly elected officers and Room
Mothers of the Hebrew Academy
PTA held a Leadership Seminar
and workshop last Tuesday in the
ehool's library. 24(10 Pine Tree
Ir. .Mrs. Sheldon Dearr is pres-
cient of the PTA.
A special orientation session was
onducled by Rabbi Alexander S
Ciross. principal, followed by work
I shop sessions in all areas of the
school's program.
Dr, Samuel Krsolf. professor of
: education at the University ol Mi
ami, acted as resource specialist
for the workshop sessions A mem
ber of the Hebrew Academy board
of education, his topic was "Are
Parent-Teacher Associations Neces-
sary?"
: and Rabbi Mordccai Podet. Temple
Judea, 1:30 p.m.
Mt. Nebo Cemetery is at 5505 NW
3rd ~t.. Miami
AJCong. Sabbath
Service Slated
Members of the Southwest chap-
ter will attend a special American
lewish Congress Sabbath service
to be conducted by Rabbi Morris
A. Skop at Temple Beth Shirah,
this Friday evening.
Bernard Mandler, chairman of
the Metropolitan chapter of the
American .lewish Congress, will be
the guest speaker
Mrs. Alfred Mamlet. president
of the Florida Women's Division of
the American Jewish Congress,
and Mrs. Benjamin Kamen, na-
tional vice president, will greet
guests and members of the con-
ation at an Oneg Shabbat to
follow the service-, and will spi ak
briefly on tht work of the wot
in the American Jev Co ress,
At a chapter evening meeting
Tuesday in the home ol Mr.
Mrs Bernard Mandler. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. president ol the Southeast
i. ion ill the American .lewish
Congress, -poke on "American
Jewish Congress it- Aims and
Accomplishments."
Guests were -reeled by mem-
ber- ol the planning committee
and their husbands. Members of
th ecommittee are Mesdames Ger-
ald Schwartz. Howard Lessner,
j Kenneth Rosen. Leonard Luria. Sy
Drexler and Leo Martin.
IN CRICKET CLOTH
OR DRIP-DRY BLEND
. |
juniors.
show your
knees
in
shorties,
please!
9
98
Chestnut Hill does two "shorties" with great flare one
wraps n' buttons, the other swings out from self-belted
waist. Both styles in choice of two popular fabrics; cricket
cloth (cotton/acetate) in gold, cranberry, olive, grey, navy.
Or Dacron polyester cotton in olive, grey, beige. 5 to 15.
YOUNG FLORIDA SHOP, JR. SMtMWMI, All Wl BURDINC S STOWS
IN MIAMI. THIRD flOOK


Page 4-B
+Jewls*ncri(fcr
Friday, September 21, 1962
Temple Planning
Tour to Israel
A Temple Israel delegation, led
by Rabbi Joseph Narot. will take
part in the dedication of the He-
brew Union College Chapel in
Jerusalem next July, it was an-
nounced this week by Mrs. George
Graham. Sisterhood president.
The pilgrimage to Israel will be
the highlight of the 28-day. five-
country tour sponsored by the Sis
terhood. The economy-priced pro-
ject will include visits to Rome.
Vienna. Copenhagen and Paris.
Full details will be outlined at
a special Sisterhood reception lo
be held after the Holy Days for
those interested in joining th.-
Temple group.
Treasure Dig'
At Ner Tamld
Mrs Murray A Shaw, president
ol Temple Ner Tamld Sisterhood,
announces that a "Treasure Dig
welcome back part)
on Saturday, 7 30 p m ii
Auditorium, preci
sen !< -
BIRTHDAZE
Bonita Ann. first child born Sept
II to Mr. and Mrs. Bernd Bend-1
,. New lather is Southern re-
gional director ol Brandeis Unlver-
sity Maternal grandparents are,
Mr and Mrs. Harry Anise* I at-
ernal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Gutsx Bendheiro, of New
York.
South Miami OR?
In Fund-Raiser
liiuMi-h; at-
tribution of
chi nts. games
Mrs. Charles Ra
of the even! Mrs :
Mrs !. is Gold
[ servuM
i i irj

Ladies to Take
Part in Service
Temple Sinai evening services
this Friday, with Rabbi Daniel M.
Low) officiating, will include a
special pre-Holy Day candle ritual
conducted by Sisterhood members.
Participating will be Mrs. Na-
than Borrok, Mrs Harold Berger,
Mrs Dorothy Stone. Mrs. William
Stone and Mrs Harold Shopmaker.
On Wednesday evening at 6:30
p m a Brotherhood dinner will be
held m the Temple, to be followed
v. ,, talk and demonstration by
th, \orth Miami rescue squad on
the lechni i mouth-to-mouth
Sen. Pepper Will
Speak to Women
S B'r..i
\ v Is fust gel
- "''

s
3
IS
South Miami chapter of 03,r
will hold its initial Bond-raising?.
fair of the season on Wed,,.:,
Sept. 26. at the home of Mrs ..
ard Wohlgemuth.
Luncheon will start at 11:30 a \
followed by a fashion show
Chapter members will modal
fashions by Beth Weber, and furs
by Adrian Thai. Henrj and Mion,
ael will design the hair styles
Mrs Ernest Sonnen and Mrs :, ,
Brandt are co-chairmen of the af-
fair. Mrs Seymour Goldsu
president of the chapter.
Wig Creator
To Be Speaker
"Wig Fashion Parade.' first '
its kind in this part of the : i
States, will be a program high-
light of the luncheon spot
the Dade County Medical
Auxiliary on Oct. 1 in the D
Plaza hotel.
"Wigs are considered the
of fashion and are being u n
quently f'>r daily and evenu
said Mrs David i
licit) chairman of the a
We have invited a i
rity, Ruth Regina
Bi ach, to display
. ig explain their i i
ii to dei
-.>-: r them in
special i ostum s.' -
Si .i n mi del- in I);'... i
b will take part in th? ''
le, md coim i ntarj
Ruth Regina, ii
The new Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin dance at a reception
following their marriage on Saturday evening, Sept. 8, in the
Seville hotel. In the background are parents of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert. of 7504 W. Treasure dr., North
Bay Village. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Rosa Rubin,
of Miami Beach, and the late Joseph Rubin. Now honey-
mooning in Jamaica, the young couple will live in New York
City for a year and then return to make their permanent home
on Miami Beach. The bridegroom will join the Riverside
Memorial Chapels. The former Miss Zilbert's father is a vice
president with the firm. ______________
Film of Israel Available Free
By Special Report
Program chairmen arranging
meetings for the coming season will
b< interested in a film recorded
tiid photographed in full color in
Israel.
The picture. : Israel."
as been shown soi
to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods a '
chapters of nation.
all over the I
ada and the Panan Z ne,
; with Jev
enthusiasm of the people of the
State of Israel.
Holidays in Israel depicts the
celebration of Passover and Shavuot
in Israel, highlighting the ancient
festival customs, many of which
vVJGUST BROS Ry
' IS the Bf.ST' _
0
are like those in America, and
some of which are unique to Is-
raelis
Seen w ith the ceremonial ob- -
gervance and the national celebra-
tion are color shots of the land it-
self, i- well as of the people The
your especially the beau-
rer al the show.
Ho'. in Israel is a 28-min-
pictun mmei al-
i available to Jew-
ish rg nizations by a leading
American t" id company All that
: _: ::i committee need do
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
for details and open dates to Film
Dept. H. J Heinz Co.. P.O. Box
57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa mentioning
that they saw the offer in The Jew-
ish Floridian
(5723)
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
The Traditional Synagogue on Miami Beach
311 WASHINGTON AVENUE
COMPUTILY AIR CONDITIONED
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
You Will Hear the Dynamic Sermons of
RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN
and Enjoy the Prayers with
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
For reservation call JE 1-6150
OrKc again, this year,
"in.iv you be inscribed for a good year.
And may the year bestow on you
and your dear ones
the fruitful harvest of peace.
of happiness and of health.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
SCHAEFER'S I LOIUST
H0WERS fOR ALL OCCASIONS
WEODiNGS, PARTIES. COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICES
14-144 N.YV 7t*- AVENUE Phone MU 5-1831
H.J. HEINZ COMPANY^??/
Manyol the 57 Varieties carry on their labels
the 1Q) seal of Approval ol
mi UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS Ol AMI K,< A


Fiiday. September 21, 1962
-Jewish FkriJinn

Page 5-B
f nr.i B'lith Women volunteers are honored at
the second annual volunteer program con-
i by the Greater Miami Jewish Commun-
Center in conjunction with three BBW
:::ci!s in South Florida to help the senior
ns proqram of the Center. Shown receiv-
: new silver volunteer pin from Mrs. Al-
Reich (third from right), president of BBW
cl 5. for having given service during the
.: = : year of this program are (left to right)
Mesdames Flora H. Sinick, Sadie Steier, Ruth
Ostrowsky, David J. Sachs, coordinator of the
senior citizens program for the three BBW
Councils, Elinor Ellis, and David Shwiller, who
accepted the pin in the absence of volunteer
Mrs. Lenore Curtice. Two volunteers honored
but unable to be present were Mrs. Mary
Gerstmcn and Mrs. Muriel Holmes. Ira Stein-
metz is senior citizens department supervisor.
Volunteers Train
To Aid Seniors
Second annual volunteer training
program sponsored by the B"nai
B'rith Women of South Florida for
the senior citizens of the Greatei
Miami Jewijh_ommu|iity Gfcntcr
was held last Thursday at the Bar
celona hotel.
Honored for their work with th<
senior citizens. Chai chapter mem
bers who received a silver pir
award included Mesdames Mary
(ler.'tman. Muriel Holmes. Sadie
Steier and Flora H Sinick. chap
ter president.
Mrs. Fsther I.imian. Miam
Beach Council president, is found
ir:j; president of Chai chapter.
Chapter activities include a Bibl<
study group which meets once ?
month. Last meeting was heir
Tuesday a; the home of Mrs. Paul
1 Gaier, 4820 No. Meridian ave
i Chairman of the study group U
Miss Jerri Cohen.
. tor the Nautilus Junior
. I TA fur the coming school
rat 1962-63 will be "The Bridge
littween." Programs will concen-
U on problems of the adoles
Ann childhood and adult-
Tht (! ication celebration of
' 7h< tndge Between" will be held
mi Tuesday evening in the auditor-
Ribbon-cutting ceremony will
b( by Stuart Wooley. principal.
Mr- A Rothenbtrg. PTA pres
it 11
Special empha-is will be given
,vi seventh grader as "The Child
Arrives at the Bridge" and "Self-
ation of the Parent by the
Sunshine Chapter
Meeting Tuesday
Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold its first fall meet
ing on Tuesday, at l p.m.. in thr
new Congress Bowl. 1650 NE 124th
St.. No. Miami.
Program chairman. Mrs. Jacob
Wolosin. will introduce all com
Parent" chairmen, Mrs. Fred Beckman and mittee chairmen, followed by a
This program is a part of the Mrs Norman Harrow. Mrs. M. skit performed by chapter mem
study group session planned by Serotta is porgram chairman. bers. ____
Dance for Teens Sunday
Sisterhood of Temple B'nai Shol-
om will sponsor and chaperone a
dance for junior and senior nigh
students on Sunday. 7 p.m., at the
Temple. Refreshments and the lat-
est records will highlight the even-
ng. with curfew at 10:30 p.m.
Nautilus PTA Theme for f62-'63: The Bridge Between'
NEWI
WILNO
KOSHER
SALAMI

mm n >
^DlLMO
W KOSHER
QUOEDQALAMI
All pure.beef
Ask for All
WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS
Corned Beef, Pastrami,
Salami, Bologna,
Krispit Frankfurters
Kashruth
Qualify
Flavor
WILNO KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUI
Phone FR 1-6551
BALANCED BLEND
It's the exclusive BALANCED BLEND that creates the wonderful flavor
of MAMSCHEWITZ GEFILTE FISH. The lightness of whitefish balances
the richness of pike; the heartiness of selected seasonings balances the
fullness of fresh, whole eggs; and superb skill blends all these quality in-
gredients into the finest Gefilte Fish you've ever tasted. At your store now.
MANISCHEWITZ
GEFILTE FISH
'an American Promotions
Dan W. Eastwood, president of
an American R;.nk of Miami, an-
ounces the recent promotion of
U.hn W. Conboy to assistant vice
resident ill the Installment Loan
Department ar,d Peter A. Isaia to
issistant trust officer in the Trust
")< partmi Qt
Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
UCttSS!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
'Look on **
rind
mSHLAHD
Thn you
know you art ftff**
tto Q*nutn*-Swss u
,d nowhen efr.'
Buy It sliced or in a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes ... for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!
Produced Unde- Strict Rabbmictl Supe'viS'On


Pcge 6-B
+Jmist FhrSdten
Friday, September 21, 1953
Zionists Should Shun Israel Politics, Hadassah Told
1 1. ., J I I 1 I 1 I 1 t I 111
PITTSBURGH iJTAl Ul
Jews have a responsibilit> for Is-
rael." Mrs Siegfried Kramarsky.
anal president 1 1 Hadassah,
the women's Zionisi organ'zation of
America, Monday told the 2,000
delegates 10 HadassaYs 48th na-
tional convention, which gathered
lor a four-day assembly here Sun-
da)
On the i ther han Mrs, Kramar-
skj asserted in her presidential
address, '"it is our belief that the
X titles 1 Israel is the business
of tin citizens ol Israel. Hadassah,
s :i Zionist organization, will not
affiliate itself with anj group which
represents .1 political party in Is-
rael.'"
"B it, inasmuch as Israel 1- also
the heart cf the Jewis*i people"'
she asserted, "we hope that the
day will conic when it will be a
normal pan of Jewish life for a
proportion of each generation of
free Jews to go to Israel, to parti-
cipate in shaping the character of
this land whose history and destiny
- eternally linked with that of the
v hole of Jew ish life."
Referring to outbursts of anti-
Semitism in Argentina, Guaten
; ad Uruguay, the receni anti-Jewish
activities among lunatic groups"
in Britain, and the continuing anti-
Jewish discriminations in the Sov-
iet Union, Mrs, Kramarsky stated:
"We are profoundly disturbed by
manifestations of intolerance and
.try wherever they appear. Re-
demonstrations of anti-Semit-
ism in many countries have caused
us the deepest anxiety We do not
understand how a world which has
known the unspeakable trage
humiliation and degradation of the
Hitler era can ever again be silent
before the menace of anti-Semit-
ism."
At another session. Mrs. Samuel
W Halp.-in. former national presi-
dent of Hadassah and now chair-
man of the American section of the
Jewish Agency, told the Hadassah
delegates that there is a rising tide
of interest in Jewish education not
inly in the United States but in all
countries of the world where Jews
are free to pursue Jewish life
"This.'' she noted, "did not exist
a decade ago." Mrs Halprin last
week returned from meetings
Jewish education held in Jer -
lem, The meetings 'ere attei
bj delegates from 32 countries.
ularly of the
L'nited States. 1 firn
only a literate Jewaware t h:s
background, of the ethics
the meaning f prophetK
teach1.:-..,at
trib ition to Amei
1*
fS
THE TINY
LITTLE
TEA LEAVES*
five fullest
strength
and flavor!
CWHI.iM >Ub* ; Caha.
TETLET
KLEYi
INSTANT
OR
REGUUW
MRS. SAMUEL HALPRIN
civilization," she said. "To casl
off what lies at the base of western
civilizationwhat is fundamental
to Judeo-Christian ethicsis
show a wanton disregard of a nth
heritage and to den> its patrimony
to our younger generation."
Mr- Halprin str ssi d that Jew-
ish education "musl encompass
the home, the community and the
ous schools. In the final
. ..:> -:-. thi school
. t must I
eh it is tli --:
... I [i rth nc< pts and pre-
.- that
rans 1 > int
,. must taki
Nothing. 1
- '
, of words about education
: .; pr gram in
. : to confuse rhetoric for
I ,. ,. ., .,: back the cause
ish education instead of ad-
.- .t.'- she-declared she said
pp irentl> contradictory
.,..; yet developing" trends have
in the Jewish com-
. v-erywhere.
hand, 'here is a re-
ogue; there is
by pate:.:- of the fact
must be rooted
A-ish lift: that I lure to un-
derstand and appreciate Judaism
let to inner conflicts, which so
beset in g< 1 .ration On the other
lov ard assim-
n and a forfi iture of connec-
. h the Jewish people With-
in Jewish education rests the guar-
that the as-imilati ry process
, -; v d and that knowledge
r st r< spiritual equilibrium
.: set the Je al gn iti r 1 se
- environment."
Mrs. Mortimer Jaci bson. national
in : Ha assah, re|
... .. months. H
!
: [srael ai 1 k in thi I'nin
Tin.-, she said, represents
rgest the 50
f t h
i Hadas
. a
\ nations
mat --' Mi
lee -.. that
ionpart of the Hadas '*
University Medical Cenl : in ji ;.
salemwill he opene i early ln"
1963, to "provide a comp te mod-
ern diagnostic, consul! ,
teaching service for c
and difficult maternity pr ibli
She -aid that the pavilion will he
the major center In I-i foi
rals >if difficult probler.:- if child-
birth ami maternal cat
Dr. Ksilman J. Mann, director
genera] of the Hadass
1 irganization in Israel. :
vention that there will
crease in coronary thrombosis
arteriosclen sis and dia -tes in i rael within th nex
'"This," he said, "will I due to
the impact of the wesl 1 way of
life and the stresses I :.
civilization in Israel upo 1- Jew.
ish immigrants from Onei 1
countries Dr. Mam 'eported
that in order ti cope his .. r-
lous problem, a bi-cor.t >ntal re-
-i arch project has bee initi 1
by the Hadassah Me.in n ,-, /
tion in partnership with the I" s.
National Institute ol H ilth for
"the evaluation ol the and
environmental factor* thai ril.de
to these diseasi -
MRS. SIEGFRIED kRAYARSKY
Farbcnd Fetes
Renowned Actor

: [urn it it
.
ngs and Loan Ass
N : n andj Is i
-
-
Gibson star I
Viddish stage Hos'.s v 1
......- .
1 son is
president
ts
TETLEY
ICED TEA IS
GESHMAKSTE'
NEW
DAIRY MEAL
TREAT!
travo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-stylel
^CHEESE.
Ravioli
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
9
MV
BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE
THE MARVELOUS
MEATLESS
MEAL
THAT'S READY TO
HEAT 'N' EAT!
For your family, your guests...for your
very next dairy lunch or supper... famed
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real
Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli
feast! Just heat...and here's what you
serve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni
pies filled with tangy cheese ... lavished
with savory tomato sauce, simmered with,
mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
perfection in the real Italian way.
What a treat to serve...tastier and
easier than the frozen kind. And so much,
thriftier, too. Costs only about 15c a serv-
ing. Each can seives two. Buy several ewe
today.
J
Dl
I)
M
At
s.l
JOI
rli
n
(-
m
1
i"
M
A
ol
Ci
ai
c

&
V

V
I GOT A,
V I
Yellow pike makes the tastiest
gefilte fishaid Mothers
has it! That's the delicious secret
of Mother's Whitefish and Yellow
Pike...the new gefilte fish with,
the precious yellow pike ajwjys
used in homemade gefilte fish.'
Now, when you buy Whitefish and
Pike, make sure it's YELLOW Pike!
Kosher ty^ Pareve. aio yours to enjo>
Mottwr's All Whitefish De lue, "
Mother'* Old Fshlono" Gefilte Fish.
Mottwr-* Food Products, Inc. Ntwirt 5, N J.


Friday, September 21, 1962
<*. fcw#> florkRan
Page 7-B
Rational Mizrachi Women Elect Brooklyn Leader
NEW '
Pl Brookl
By Special Report
,is Mrs Eli Resnikoff,
\ v was unanimous-
ational president of the
corner's organizatii n of
. the 37 h annual nation-
he w omen's relig-
organization came to a
Amei
:il convi
ious Z
clos. her. this week.
Delega representing 50.000
mmbl tionallj also voted to
mill, n dollar endow
r i ren in memorj
lra B< sic Gotsfeld, a
I h mci ry president of
men, who ied in Tel
A\i\ "': ': ''"''' ';
to i arry forv ard i hil I
Elijah, social service
activities in the
mlni ;. urged a U.S. initia-
tivi Israel Arab peace
,,:k. ..- adopted a wide variety
on domestic affairs.
v : .. i;: American
A rtd-li:p Award" of Miz-
rachi en. Sen.
the end that this infection of hatred The Beersheva School, adopted
maj not go unchecked but be treat-; aa a project two years ago, is a
cd as ;'ie cancerous condition it is joint effort of the Mizrachi Worn-
malignancy that must be remov- en's Organization of America and
id by the surgery of action." the Mizrachi Women's Organization
The Argentine situation and oth- of Canada,
ers demanding emergency efforts Completing a five-month visit toi with the honorary title of past in-
dent of the Religious Zionists of
America, had paid tribute to the
late Mrs Gotsfeld, a founder aril
honorary national president of the
Mizrachi Women's Organization of
America, v h I died in Tel Aviv .July
29, as "one (it the great women in
all ni Israel s nistors."
Mrs. Moses Dyckman, outgoing
president, was formally invested
were cited by Moshe Kol, world di- the United States on a Fulbrighl
nctor of Youth Aliyah, in an ap- exchange fellowship. Mr. Cailin
pea] i i increased effort in the gold defined the task of group work
field of a! sorption and training of in Israel as the creation of "a new
Kenneth
B
Sew York, charged the
i with adopting a "neu-
tion on Mid-East prob-
lems.
.: ire the keynote sess-
ion, he v- ed for a U S initiative in
MRS. til RCSNIKOff
the current United Nations session
"to bring Israel and the Arab pow-
i rs together in direct negotiations.'
Touching on the outbreak of anti-
Semitism in Argentina and other
Latin American countries, the Sen
Btor called also for forceful l S.
action, preferably through the Or
ganization Ol American States "to
.li '.'. :vh J I uth.
Reporting that Israel is now in
a phase of total mobilization to
ri i ei\ .i ma r mave of immigra-
tion from troubled areas through-
oul the world, Kol paid tribute to
the child can-, social service, and
vocational education efforts of the
Mizrachi Women'- Organization of
Vmei ica.
The educational program of the
organization will be augmented by
the opening in late October of the
Beersheva Vocational High School
tor Girls, the most recent addition
lo the network of children- vill-
ages, huh schools and settlement
house- sponsored by the organiza-
tion.
Jew, learned m our Torah, proud
of his religion, aware of the world
in und bun and beauties it con-
tain.-, mindful of his neighbor an !
loyal to his country; a man with
a full, rewarding, active lifewhose
leisure time actively is constructive
and creative. This is the Israeli
citizen ol tomorrow."
To speed this objective, delegates
voted in addition to the 1962-63 bud-
get of $1,285,000 the establishment
ol a million dollar Bessie Gotsfeld
Endowment Fund for Children, at
the closing dinner of the conven-
tion.
This action came after Israel's
Ambassador Avraham llarman. and
Rabbi Mordecai Kirshblum, posi-
tional president by the convention
which elected a full slate of na-
tional officers, and policy making
associate and rational board-.
Mrs Alfre I Stone, director of Miz-
rachi activities for Florida, was
named assoi iate i I the national
board.
Beach Auxiliary
Sees Israel Film
Mrs. Jennie Qerrig, aid to Israel
chairman of the Jewish War Vet-
erans' Auxiliary, Miami Beach
Post, announces an Israeli night
was to be held by the Auxiliary
Thursday evening.
A film. "Israel." with narration
by film -tar Edward G. Robinson,
was to be shown.
Mi-s Edith Feingold is president.
Holiday Service
At New Academy
th,. i a', air-conditioned au-
drtonun l the Hebrew Academy
ated during the High
i ices on Bosh Hashona
. Sept 29, at the new
buildii Pit Tree dr.
\j*
(iime
Gross :
kowiti a
ii

'
conduct l
Vice ir. (I
iuilding
in. hi- pl
Berkov
known I
Jewish
a lni
Since hit
States
sei vices
in Ne
Tin
liven
-' Ii
Ai Ii
chi

A< Ii '
midi
ting the Initia
, .i special service con-
Rabbi Alexander S.
ipal, and Murray Ber-
\, lemj parent, who
i Musaf service. Upon
his eldest child in the
BerkowitZ pledged to
i first High Holiday ier-
neu Hebrew Academy
This year he is fulfill-
Ige
/. a lyric tenor and well
.- his interpretation of
irgy, is a descendant of
of rabbis and cantors
arrival in the United
has conducted holiday
various congregations
rk.
la) sermons will be de-
ninth grade Academy
Irving Kuttler, also an
rent, w ill conduct the
r\ i< ea
-ervices will be conduct-
it the new Hebrew
his coming Saturdaj at
Beth Am Ladies
In Full Swing
Bet Sisterhood i- engaged
in reject, which will be a
year i activity
Thej cleaning out their clos-
ets ai king their clothing to
- '" : the Nearly New shop.
1 Mrs niel Franco and Mrs.
tarius are co-chairmen
ect Mrs Stanley Well
1: man of the children's
asses, reports there still
a f< ninga available.
Mrs rry Hunt her is chairman
i project. Mrs
Phil S : and Mrs, Herman [sis,
ol the cotillion
ill meets on Sundays.
' 14 Tin- is open to
iris the seventh and
1 ho are members
' announced short-
--cms for this
Retarded School
Dpens On Beach
ach Jev ish Home and
School for Retarded Chil-
registration
\ Lenox
The facility will be an all-day
- nool i. attiring classes until 3
^ P m Mi Ell Wallman is found-
won rona mw?
L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU
UJis/u^ a4ll of
Happy Holiday
ALL WHITE FISH
Mother's GEFILTE FISH 2
It
LB.
JAR
itn t of 2 please
8 OZ. PKG.
GOODMAN'S NOODLES
GRADE A ALL WHITE
EXTRA LARGE EGGS
19
DOZ 0*5
PINT SIZE *fe. A
Breakstone SOUR CREAM 39
39
PKG. ^0 jg
LARGE SIZE
SUNSWEET PRUNES
EA.
c
____PLUS TRIPLE-S BLUE STAMPS--------
GRANDW.Y DISCOUNT CENTERS ARE
CONVENIENT!., LOCATED AT .
I4IAIJI *N.W 7 AVEYJE at M.W. I" STREET
Mi AM I N.w. 54 STREET at N.W. 12 AVENUE
FT. LAUCERDALE st. rd. 7 at w. broward bivo.
W. HOLLYWOOD s. st. ro. 7 at Washington st.
' !.... [BUSY-? ]....
SON.- 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
MONDAY th.u FRIDAY-9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
UrClM S4T.-8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
SHOP ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
GRAND UNION MARKETS .
1263 W Filler St.
N.W. 37il> Ave S 7tti St (Central Plai)
NW 27th Ave & '9ti f- No i
5767 Bird Rd c- .1 Snon C
11301 S. Dixie Hwy. Sun.land S.iop. C.
6190 SW 8th St
2393 S W. 67th Ave.
1906 Ponce etc Leon Blvd.
1753 NE 2nd Ave
-150 NE Kith St
13020 N E 8th Ave
THE FOllOWING STORES OPEN SUNDAYS 9 A M. TO 7 P.M.
599 W 49th St (Palm Spring* Shop Center) 500 S.W 8th Street
18000 N.W. 27th Ave. (Carol City Shop. Center) 950 E 4th Ave. (Hialeahl
2501 S W 22nd St. (Coral Way! 321 Opa Locka Blvd.
167th St. & N.W. 37th Ave Shopping Center 3050 N W 7th Str*t


Pcge 8-B
+Jelst ftcrkfiar
Friday. September 21, 1962
Betsy
BE1JY
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Betty Mrs. (Morris) Blau admits that she was a tomboy when she
grew up in Detroit she liked to go bicyling. ice skating and skiing,
and enjoyed all kinds of sports. She began playing golf when she was
thirteen. Editor of her high chool paper, she decided to study journ-
alism when she went to the University of Michigan. She didbut that's
a- :ar a? it went. She met her doctor husband when he was teaching
at Wayne University in Detroit. She thinks
that she must have liked him right offthey
became engaged in five weeks
After living in Detroit for a year and a
half, they moved to Miami in 1944. At once.
they joined Temple Israel. Active in the
Sisterhood. Betty also became active in Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, a carry-over
from her Junior Council days in Detroit, when
she helped set up the child care program
there during the war years
Always interested in what interests her
husband. Betty also became active in Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital when it was a mere
dream. She and her co-chairmen set up the
hospital gift shop. Not knowing anything
about a project of this type, she set out to
learn by looking, inquiring and investigating.
She was not ashamed to ask tor advice. As a
result. Betty was aided by some of the busiest
acd most competent merchants in town.
The Blaus have three daughters, and Betty says or.e really hasn't
lived until they have lived with teen-agers. Kathy, who is nine, will
h?\e to catch up with her sisters. Jane and Barbara. The girls are de-
lifted that their mother realizes they need to communicate with their
fntndsso they have their own phone. The Blaus like to do things as a
family. Last year, they went to Europe, and the fun of seeing new places
arc' meeting new people was heightened by being together Betty has
accepted the adjustments that have to be made in a doctor's household
as ;"'art of her way of life. ""He's such a wonderful guy." he said with
a .-mile in her voice, "it wasn't hard at all."
* *
GRANDMOTHER DOING WELL
From Chicago comes the news Monday morning, at 7:35. a 7 lb.
4 >.i.. boy. Jonathan David, was bom to Ronald and Meta Berger.
Grandpa Sidney Schwartz reports that Grandma Esther, who is in
Cricago. is in fine condition. Sidney joins the ecstatic family in Chi-
cago today.
*
THEY HAD SHIRLEY TEMPLES
Murray and Ruth Bass entertained at dinner in the Mona Lisa room
O! 'he Eden Roc hotel. Against the blue of the table cloths, the red
and white carnation centerpieces were exquisite. Shiny red packages
ol matches said. "Robert Jay Bass." It was a Bar Mitzvah dinner in
bis honor All of his friends had "Shirley Temples'ginger ale in a
champagne glass with a cherry. The grown-ups didn't have Shirley
Ti r-iplestheirs could be called Dean Martins. Ruth"s sister and her
hosband. Mr. and Mrs Robert Charney. came from New York just so
.-t their nephew. Among local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zim-
n.trman, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cohen. Mr
arc Mrs Alfred Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Meyers. Mrs. Alyce Pincus. and Rabbi
c- Mrs Eugene Labo
*
SIX WEEKS LATER
Royal Plage Jonas and h.< wife. Barbara, with their five children.
F ddy. Valerie. Shellie, Danny and David, went touring the Great
West. They traveled in a fancy new Dodge trailer camper, which sleeps
< ght and even has a tel< They went to the Fair in Seattle,
st) ed a while in Lake Louise and Banff. Their destination was Win-
nipeg and Xh: Alpha S gma Mu national convention. Royal had his
0... cheering section right the-e to congratulate him when he was in-
st;.ih I .i- supreme prior it his fraternity. Now. Royal and Barbara
! ve left the children at home, and have gone to New York on a second
vacation to recover fron r Qrsl vacation.
* *
DREAMY
The luncheon that Ruth i Mrs. David) Rifas gave for her son Har-
'- brid< to be. Karer. Kiingerman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
K Lngerman, was lovely or dreamy, according to the guests. Harriet
helped her mother receive at their home on Granada blvd. It was a
r.rk and white luncheon starting with pink champagne and ending
With ice crea mmolds in the form of love birds, hearts, wedding bells.
an wedding rings The guests were mostly friends of Karen. Sharon
(Mrs. Larry) Parties, a newly wed herself, was there, as well as Dr.
and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin's future daughter-in-law. Naomi Sudnow. who
wi!! marry their son. Joel Susan Jacobson. who soon will be en route
to Vanderbilt University. Sona Rosenberg, and Marlyn Hurwitz were
among the buests.

TV WATCHER
Mrs. Hatti Spiegel was glued to her television set the night of
tU Miss America Beau'y contest. However, she was not in the least
interested in watching the glamor girls. She was busy looking at Burt
Psrks. her nephew. She says he's just as sweet off the screen as on.
She told some of her friends to be sure to watch her nephew. Of course
they did. Some of her watching friends were Mrs Ann Anchell. Mrs.
May Kurtz. Mrs. Isabelle Stern, and Mrs. Jeanne Rothschild

ITS TRUE
The Sidney Lewis' have a little scrap of black that they are wild
abrut. It's a French Poodle with a white whisker named Chevvie. short
for Mon Petit Chevalier. Last week. Florence won a prizea white
r.rk dog leash.
Frankel
Weds Physician
Betsy Ellen Frankel hecame the
bride of Dr Sylvan Art Schotz in
a candlelight ceremony performed
by Rabbi Leon Kronish and Cantor
David Conviser on Sunday. Sept 16.
The early evening nuptials were
held at the Diplomat Country Club,
where a reception and formal din-
ner followed
For her wedding, the bride chose
a bouffant gown of white peau de
soie and white reembroidered alen-
con lace The bouffant veil with
seed pearls was held by a crown
adorned with a fountain of crystals,
and she carried white orchids on
her confirmation Bible decorated
with he rloom lace and touches of
pale pink and blue
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Frankel, 7:K> W. 50th St., the
bride was atter.dei by her sistei
Candy Frankel. and Sheila Kagan.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs, Max Schotz, of Brook-
lyn. N Y. Dr. Etnanuel Stadlan
served as his best man. and ushers
included D." Morton Bramson. Dr
Robert Levine. Arthur Si
Manuel Bardash. and Samuel Hoff-
man.
The new Mrs. Schotz is a grad
uate of Miami Beach High, attend-
ed college in Rochester, and is now
a student at the University of Mi-
ami.
Her husband graduate.-) magna
cum laude from the College,of the
City of New York and receive his
MD degree from the State L'niver
sity of New York College of Medi-
cine. Now a practicing physician
Wei ner-Kahn
MRS. SXLVAN SCHOTZ
in Miami Beach. Dr. Schotz is a
member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Phi Delta Epsilon fraternity
After a honeymoon trip to Mex-
ico. San Francisco and the World's
Fair in Seattle, the young couple
will live at 1*>87 Bay dr
Presner, P.obin Exchange Vows
On Sunday evening, Sept. l
former Estelle D. Robin and
c-rt Allen Presner exchanged
tial vows at Tifereth Israel
. the
Rob-
nup-
Con-
f
*>
k*V
gregation, with Rabbi Nathan H.
Zwitman officiating. Following a
reception at the Temple, th,- new-
lyweds left for a honeymoon trip
to Jamaica.
Parents of the young couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robin, 2250
SW 28th St., and Mr and Mrs. Sam-
uel L. Presner, 6500 SW 14th st.
For her wedding the bride chose
a tlniT-length gown of peau de soie
with scooped neckline of imported
alencon lace and a train trimmed
in alencon lace. Matron of honor
was Mrs Jack Robin, Maid of
honor was Miss Marcia Drost, and
bridesmaid. Mrs. Fred Fleishman
Dr. Donald I. Presner served as
his brother's best man. and ushers
were Jack Robin, the bride's broth-
er, and Harvey Presner. brother ol
the bridegroom.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High, the former Miss Robin at-
tended the University of Florida
Vice president of Tsion BBG, she
is a life member of Tsion and
BBYO Council
A graduate of Cora; Gables High,
the bridegroom is now a member
of Southeast Florida Dental Tech-
nicians Assn.. and a member of
the Army Resen -
New address for the yi
i- 2780 SW 31St Ct,
Tendlers to Live
On San Marino
The Dupont Plaza hotel was the
site of the nuptials uniting Moree
Lou Kessler and Gilbert Tendler on
Sunday. Sept. 16. Rabbi Norman
N. Shapiro officiated .it the if;
noon ceremony, which was follow
cd by a reception and seated i.i
ner in the hotel.
After a .honeymoon trip to N'i-,
sau. the young couple will live ii
109 1st ter San Marino Island
Daughter Of Mrs. Thelma Ke-,
ler. 962 SW 70th ave., the brie v. i,
given in marriage by her br
Alan Kessler. Matron of h
was Mrs. Ted Dortch. the bride
groom's sister. The bride's nj
Pamela Kessler and Susan K-,
ler. served as junior bride.-n., i
and flower girl. Mrs. Max |
and Mrs. Alan Kessler were
charge of the guest book.
The bride' selected a tradil
wedding gown with a bouffant .
ar.d overskirts of tulle topped v
alencon lace extending to a i
train. The fitted bodice and
him of alencon lace feature in
illusion neckline trimmed w Ii
pearls and long sleeve.-- to
point.
The two-tiered French i!'li-
ved appliqued wi'h alencon lace
fell from a pearl tiara, and she
ried white orchids, stephanoti- rl
lily-of the-valley on a Bible.
The new Mrs Tendler is a g
uate of Miami Senior High and il
tended the University of Flot I
ar.d the Coronet school ot :: i
i ling
Her husband is the son ol '
and Mrs. Harvey Tendler
Washington ave. A graduate I M
ami Beach High, he attended tie
iversity of Florida and hi- ..
BBA degree from the l'niver- i
Miami. His fraternity is Ta
silon Pi.
F.rwin Tendler. the brtdegl i
brother, served as his best man
MRS. ROBERT PRESVER
SIS WILLENS
Co-dially invites you to sec
DECOR IN PAPER
FINE PERSONALIZED
STATIOMERY 4 INV TATIONS
for every occasion
R.S.V.P. PI 9-3975 any time
Another Course in Modern Goren
Point Count Bidding and Ploying
will begin on Friday, Sept. II, at
2 P.M., promptly at Mf Clubhouse.
This it an excellent opportunity
to become competent, sought
after, Bridge Player.
Call JE 2-6223 for reservations
since classes are limited.
Enrollment fee: $15 for 10 lessons.
Venetian Isle Bridge Club
1929 Bay Road, Miami Beach
MRS. GILBERT TENDUH
Open 6 45
RRY-THOMAS
i, r oV yW0
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. PR 94401
CORAL GABLES
COHVALESCEHT HOME
"A Fnendly and Gentle Atmosphere
tor Thote Tou Love"
!r1?.U"e,.!IC'$I"ED NUS"G SIRVICI
SPECIAl OUTS OBSERVED
AU ROOMS ON GROUND ROM
PRIVATE BATHROOMS
SPACIOUS GROUNDS | SCREENED PATIO
Femlnand M. Ro.onthal. Director.Owner
*rWrr Jew,,n"H^ ?"' P- C.ev.Und A
r. jeaisn Hum. tor AKed. Pltmburnh
7060S.VV. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA
CA 6-1363


Friday. September 21, 1962
+Jewlst DcrkHan
Page 9-8
(Zk
cirwiin
gly

pp
i
Among guests at the Conquis-
roorn Of the Doral
;l club for elegant Satur-
daj ni.ht dining last weekend
.,,:,,. || ( John Fellers. Mrs. Fell-
black, and topped her
ith an iridescent sequin
,r Black was also worn
In Mr- Irving Sussman. Her
chiffoi ss featured a scooped
, with a softly-gathered
i and sheath skirt.
\l,. Edward Woods chose a
oygashel linen sheath.
... and with a scooped
necklint. her bodice was tucked
into ii swirls that had white
eads and small crystals
detail)i the lines. The popular
. (I white check is usually
not setn <>n chiffon; but Mrs.
Maurici Waldorf wore one such
with inserts of black
chanti lace. White sheer wool
by Mrs. Charles Rosen-
Her sheath featured the
i eve that ended at the
elbow "il her neckline was the
Bteau.
Whiti mbossed cotton knit was
the chi ce of Mrs Paul Wechsler.
. :h followed the sleeve-
less, hijh neck classic lines. Mrs
Har Barkowiti selected a black
-;lk cn-pe sheath with an inverted
sweethtarl neckline. Nile green
seen on Mrs. Irwm
Weissn an Her brocaded sheath
Has h._h necked and sleeveless.
The Oriental influence was defi-
nite in the wine-colored satin bro-
cade i rn by Mrs Norman Har-
H>H A diagonally-slashed line
on her rod ice was appliqued with
self-fabric "frogs," and her neck-
line was I modified mandarin.

|u|RS. David Lewis' black cotton
sheath featured a slashed
front neckline which plunged to
a decollete back line. A foliage
print ir, tones and shades of blues
choice of Mrs. Arthur
Her silk chiffon gown fea-
decollete neckline, bout-
fanl skirt, and matching stole.
Mrs Lips in*s choice for the
was a sleeveless black
silk i pe sheath with a low-
neckline.
x d white were combined
eometric print worn by
K ip ll.nv Her cotton
id its own matching
huh u is banded in a
red braid. Mrs Roy
silk -runtime was in a
shade u peacock blue.
au neckline plunged low
in the back, while her skirt fol-
lowed the sheath silhouette. A
vivid multi-colored floral print
on a background of white silk was
worn by Mrs. Irving Newman
Her fitted bodice had a modified
draped bateau neckline which
tapered to a decollete line in
back.
Mrs Milton Goldberg chose a
black matte jersey with a high
rounded neckline Her sheath
was softened with vertical radial
ing lines from the waist. On one
side only, they eased both the
bodice and skirt silhouette. White
silk shantung was worn by Mrs
Irving Schwartz. Her jacket
dress ensemble featured a bodice
of red and white silk surrah in
an abstract print The short tail
ored jacket had deeply notched
peak lapels, and a touch of the
print was seen in a small ap-
plique on one side. Mrs. Joseph
Krefetz wore a black imported
cotton that at first glance looked
like peau de SOie. Her fitted bod-
ice was Bleeveless, and her skirt
was completely tiered in deep.
full, self-fabric ruffles.
MISS SUSAN WARRiN
Warrens Reveal
Susan's Betrothal
Mr and Mrs. Alvin Warren, of
9341 Day dr.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter. Susan, to
Ivan Marlenu. 9370 E. Bay Harbor
dr.. son of Mrs. Mimi Marleaux,
of Las Vegas, Nev
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, attended the
University of Oklahoma, and is now
a student at the University of Mi-
ami. She is a member of Sigma
Delta Tau social sorority.
Her fiance has a degree from the
University of Miami and is teach-
ing at Bay Harbor Elementary
School.
The couple plans to be married
at the Seville hotel on Dec. 26.
Loebs Reveal
Two Betrothals
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Loeb, 121
SW 31st ct., announce the engage
ment and approaching marriage of
their daughter. Sylvia Ruth, to Dr
Herman Centner, of 1782 SW 9th st
The bride-elect, now employed
by the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
is a graduate of Brooklyn College
Son of Frank Centner, Miami
Beach, and the late Mrs. Helen
Centner, the prospective bride-
groom is a graduate of Columbia
University and has an associate in
arts degree from the University of
California.
The young couple will be mar-
ried on Dec. 24.
Mr. and Mrs I.oeb are also an-
nouncing the betrothal of their
daughter, Marilyn Shirley, to Rich-
aid Allan Bloom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Bloom, 951 Jefferson ave.
The future bride is a graduate
of Miami Senior High and Rollo
University of hair design.
Her fiance is serving with the
U S. Navy aboard the USS North-
ampton.
A December wedding is planned.
Rabbi Abramowitz to Appear
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiri-
tual leader of Temple Menorah,
will appear on the Worship Hour,
WLBW, ch. 10. at 11 a.m.. on Sun-
day. He will conduct portions of
the High Holy Day services of Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur. Liturgi-
cal portions will be offered by Can-
, tor Edward Klein, assisted by th
Temple Choir under the directioa
of Eli Samuels.
I 1
Beth Jacob Has
Special Service
Beth Jacob Congregation will
hold its first annual High Holiday
memorial services at the Beth Jac-
ob grounds of the Mt. Sinai Ceme-
tery on Sunday at 1 p.m.
All members of the congregation
and families are invited to the
services in memory of loved ones.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will be
assisted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
Brocklyn Rites
For David Stahls
Marriage of Miss Fern Hammer-
smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Hammersmith, of Sea
Gate, Brooklyn, NY., to David
Stahl took place on Sunday even-
ing. Sept. 2
Rites were in Brooklyn at th
Jewish Center on Kings Highway,
with Rabbis Norman Siegel anil
Myron Rakowitz officiating.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Stahl. of 2900 Br.ck.jl.
ave.. Miami
Mrs. Judy Denenberg was matnn
of honor. Miss Marcy Schorr serv-
ed as maid of honor, and Leonard
Bobrow was best man.
Bridesmaids included Lois Kap-
lan. Susan Leavy and Marsha Mill-
er. L'-hers were Peter Leavy. Jay
Kitanik and the groom's brother.
Milton Stahl.
The young couple both attend thft
University of Miami, and will grad-
uate in January. They just return-
ed from a honeymoon in Bermuda,
and are presently living in Coral
Cables at 12S2 So. Alhambra Circle.
ches in a program also to include
services for the martyrs of Nazism.
Home Auxiliary To Open Season
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its first monthly meeting
of the new season Tuesday noon
at the Algiers hotel
Message of welcome will be
given by Mrs. Laurence Silverman,
president. Brief reports will be
presented by project chairmen, in-
cluding Mrs. Sol Silverman. honor-
ary president, and building and
fund chairman.
Program chairman. Mrs. Ixniis
Makovsky. will present members
who will display their talents as
singers, dancers and musicians.
1

For Elegant Functions-
Complete Catering Facilities lor that
Special Party served In superb fashion
within a luxurious setting that
wilt reflect your good taste.
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A Tete-a-tate or a gala celebration
with 3,500 euosts.
Supervised Kosner ottering Available
QDeauville
BILL GOLORINO. Encutiv. Pood Diraclor
PHONE: UN 5-8511
ON I ME OCEAN AT 7lh STREET. MIAMI BEACH
VOICE-CULTURE MUSIC
CANTORIAL STUDIES
CANTOR & MADAM
MARCHBE1N-MARBINY
Now in
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Famed Opera and Concert Star-singtrs of Milon, Rome, Naples, Ports
Operas. Teacher of Star-cantors and singers. Pedagogues and Profes-
sors of Italian Music Conservatory. Dean and Director of New York's
School (or Cantors, will conduct the School. Students accepted for
courses in Voice-culture, Breath-control, all branches in singing and
music. All subjects in Chazunoth for Bal Tefillah and Cantor, leading
to Diplomas. Opera and Concert repertoire taught.
FAST RtSUlTS. REASONABLE RATES.
Phone 538-5352, or write: P.O. Box 452, Miami Beach, Fla.
NOW Us'
To hove your fun restyled re
paired or rolinad while tumatef
pricee prevail.
Wo also do cleaning, >*'"
dyeing and bleaching wo woulel
bo glad to '* you o froo esM
mate ot homo If unable to eons*
to the store call HI 4-2155
...DAVID SMILEY, FUR!
2688 Corol Way, Miami Fie. ^
$$|||s?7 ^DcnJ J-lowcrs
^^Bf^.^ for tln> Jewish Holiday*
:^^^$^m: SIPECIA.L!
^^ Expertly Designed
CENTERPIECE OF ASSORTED FLOWERS i.5 up
VASE ARRANGEMENTS l.5 up
CORSAGES ** up
FRUIT BASKETS .......... ** UP
ALGIERS FLORIST
2513 COLLINS AVE. Miami Beach Ph. JE 4-2907
Delivery Anywhere Flowers By Wire Charge Accounts Invited
...but FOR KEEPS I
Now your family can have a Bfe-
time hold on their home wttfi
Liring Insurance) by Equitable. Ad
Equitable Mortgage Repayment
Plan pays off the mortgage If you
dieprevents forced sale, loss of
equity, rental to strangers. Moat
important, it mean* a ctfCattnesna
life for your family in a home or
their own. To learn more about
how you can help kt*p your fam-
ily in their home. Just oil your
Man from Equitable*.
CALL OR WRITE
SIIIM'Y S. KRAEMER
Living
Insurance
by Equitabla
245
Representative
Associated with the W. L Pearson Agency
S.E. 1st Street, Suite 220 Miami 32, Florida
FR I-.-!I
THE EOUITABIE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of THE UNITED STATES


Page 10-B
vJewisfi ftcrid Haiti
Friday, September 21, 1962

Miami Commission Picks Aronovitz
To Succeed Vice Mayor Balaban
Miami attorney Sidney Arono-
vitz will join the Miami City Com-
mission as a member on Oct. 1.
He will be filling the post of Com-
missioner Henry L. Balaban. who
is resiyniny; to become a circuit
court judge.
Vice Mayor Balaban defeated
incumbent Judge Phillip Goldman
in the May election here. Balaban
u as not slated to take the bench
until Jan. 1. 1963. but Judge Gold-
man Tuesday announced his own
resignation, effective Oct. 1.
Judge Goldman said he was
resigning because he does not
favor lame ducks, on the bench
or anywhere else. The Miami
City Commission accepted Vice
Mayor Balaban's resignation
early Wednesday. Mayor Robert
Kmg High almost immediately
nominated Aronovitz to fill the
vacancy effective Oct. 1.
Aronovitz is the nephew of the
late Miami Mayor Abe Aronovitz.
of whom Mayor High was a "polit-
ical protege."
Aronovitz told The Jewish Flcr-
idian late Wednesday thai "I didn't
sick the post. It came suddenly,
and was all the more surprising
and gratifying."
Aronovitz said he was "partic-
ularly gratified" because ol the!
'swift acceptance" by the Com-
mission and the unanimous vote of
his approval.
Among his many and longtime
civic, philanthropic, and cultural
affiliations. Aronovitz is a past
chairman of the Dade County Zon-'
ing Board of Adjustment, appoint-
ed successively by Governors Ful-
Retired Policemen
Hold Social Here
Shomrim of Florida. Retired
Jewish policemen, a recently-form-
ed social gorup, was to hold its
first fall meeting this Thursday.
7 30 p.m. at the Southgate Tow-
ers. 900 West ave.
Refreshments were to be served,
and active and retired policemen
and their wives were invited.
Saul Metz. secretary-treasurer.
was in charge of reservations.
He is a founder, board member,
and olficer of Cedars cf Lebanon
Hospital, the fourth floor of which
wUl be named toe Abe Aronovitz
Heart Pavilion in memory of his
uncle.
Aronovitz is a former chairms n
of the board of the Bank of Dade
County.
He is a past m e in b er ol the
Kecu ve committee and currenl
member ol the board ol \ ivernors
,f the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration. He serves on the regionol
board and executive committee of
the Florida office ol the Ann
Defamation League ol B'nai B'rith.
SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
ler Warren, Charley Johns, and
LeRoy Collins. In 1950. he served
as president of the junior section
of the Dade County Bar Assn.
He is a past president of the
Florida Federation of B'nai Brith
Lodges and a past president of
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith
Aronovitz ir a past president
of Beth David Congregation and
past president of the Hillel Ad-
visory Council here, which was
responsible for the construction
of Hillel House on the Univer-
sity of Miami campus.
Russians Memorialize Poet
LONDON (JTA) A street in
the Soviet town of Vitebsk, which,
lullowing the Soviet revolution,
had been named for the late Yid-
dish poet Morns Vintchevsky. has
now been completely rebuilt and
renamed "Morris Vintschevsky
Avenue." it was reported here from
Moscow.
Wigs and Furs
Keynote Fashions
Wigs anil furs will be featured
exclusively al a free desert and
fashion show open to the public
this Friday at Miami Shores Coun-
try Club.
Sponsored by the new Biscayne
chapter of National Children's Car-
diac Hospital, the affair will be of
particular interest to young women
ir, Keystone Islan Miami Shore-.
North Miami and North Miami
Beach, the areas the new chapter
will serve
Among members who will model
in the show, starting at 12 15 p.m.,
are Mrs. Jack Axelrod and Mrs
Gordon Engel.
Founding president of the new
Biscayne chapter is Mrs. Charles
Held. Jr. Other officers include
Mesdames Howard L'llman, Jr..
Edward Goldstein. Jerome Silver-
man, Jack Raffel. .lame- Roden-
berg, and Maynard Ross.
Robert Rubenstein, secretary and
chairman of the chapter comni't-
tee for the nationally-known, non-
sectarian hospital devoted to rheu-
matic and congenital heart disease
in children, will also speak at the
lire desert and fashion show. ex
p!ainina the role and opportunities
of working in support of
Children's Cardiac Hospital.
4 i
i *
m*
Mrs. Jack Axelrod (left1 and Mrs. Gordon Engel in straight
sable and azurine violet stoles, respectively, with Mrs. Axelrod
wealing a red smooth hair-do wig, while Mrs. Engel sports z
black modified bubble.
Beth David Plans New Facilities
House committee of Beth David
Congregation met Sunday to final-
ize plans for addi'ional expansion
ot facilities at Beth David.
Co-chairmen are Max Silver and
Julius Spector. according to Lewis
Sternshein. president.
Also on the committee are Sun
ie! I'uder. architect who drew the
plant for the conversion of exist-
ing Beth David facilities into a
vot'th lounge, and Harold Berk-
Michael Covin, Leonar.l Gordon.
\be Ktsow. Samuel Ostrowsky. Ar-
hus Rosinek. Max Jacobson. and
Kmanuel Smith
. >
Hound Dog
Derby Sunday
Fourth annual Hound Dog Derby
sponsored by the North Miami
Jaycees at the Biscayne Kennel
Club will be held on Sunday. Gates
will be opened at 12:30 p.m.. with
post time at 2 p.m.
Ten races are scheduled, and
trophies will be given the masters
of the winning canine-
Guest stars include Skipper
Chuck of ch. 4: Banjo Billy, ch. 10;
and Herb Hirsch. of Bozo's Bud-
dies, ch. 7. There will also be
clowns, and cotton candy will be
ed.
Sholem Lodge
Slates Breakfast
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith will
hold a membership rally Sunday
morning at a breakfast at the Park
Lane restaurant. 2155 Coral Way,
Milton Hahn, membership chair-
man, said that Nathan Perlmutter.
director of the Florida office ot
the Anti-Defamation League, will
be guest speaker
Breeskin at Judea
Barnett Breeskin. conductor am!
music director of the Miami Beach
Civic Orchestra, will serve as
music director of Temple Judea.
Coral Gables, during the High
Holy Days, it was announced by
Cantor H. Richard Brown
HOLIDAY GRltTINGS
CHEESES and GOURMET FOOD
Hickory Farms of 0h?o
America's leading Cheese Stores
5715 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI
SANKA COFFEES
WISH ALL
JEWISH PEOPLE
A TASTE HAPPY
NEW YEAR!
PURE HEARTY COFFEE
Still 97% caffein-free
Enjoy ALL the
IltD TEA #
sweetened with CllflffflllP
CALORIE-FREE jUIJ1?" *
__________________________GAIN AN OUNCSt
(
- .
f ,. _
lives
every i coffee for
poo: good col
' .- !
atiho
!!
stauiMftM
INSTANT SANKA NOW AVAILABLE IN A NEW 8 OZ. SIZE
...
I
?


Friday. September 21.
1962
+Jm>isti nnrUdlSrir
Page 11-B
. >
Dacitcsu Camp
Being Neglected
. (II (JTA) A fresh pro-
. l, dged with the Bavarian
,[r ;. iv of the Interior this
that the notorious
: concentration camp, near
i- being neglected in-
being marked a- a mem-
, thousands of martyrs kill-
, luring the Nazi regime,
The protest was filed by the
i for Free inn and Right, a
member of the Central
l,on of Democratic Resist-
Fighters and Organizations of
., utees.
should !" marked properly
rding to the complaint, Da-
,. ii was the first ami one
worst of Nazi concentration
While there is a memorial
Dachau crematorium, the
the area is neglected, ac-
: lo the protest, some ot
nor Nazi death hut.- being
r living quarters, while sev-
saloons are located on the
ite
complaining organization al-
Ministry has not carried
., i mus promises to care for
properly.
Checking the script of "Early Bloomers.'' a rollicking musical
by Bob Brenner and Bob Rosen, now in rehearsal by the Sis-
terhood of Temple Beth Sholoin, are Mrs. Louis F. Snetman,
Sisterhood president, and Mrs. Jerome Greene, chairman of
the summer theatre proiert. At the piano is co-author Rosen,
with co-author Brenner, director of the production, standing
right. The production will be presented on the evenings of
Saturday, Oct. 27, end Saturday, Nov. 3, in the Temple Audi-
torium. Mrs. Marvin Cooper is in charge of ticket sales. Pro-
ceeds will be contributed to the Sisterhood's religious school
subsidy fund.
Cemetery Assn.
Slates Services
pr lent of
imi Cemeterj '
thai the associi tion is
- Kth annual public
$< n ices to be held Sun
,ii wish Section "t W
ncterj 3260 SVi Bth
ii ,i in and at Mt. Sinai
Park Cemetery, 1125 NW
it 2 p.m.
Jewish Section
111 be conducted bj
.. V rman Shapiro. Max Slia
i Schiff, iih i
n chain;!, tl
Servici at Mt Sinai
Park Ci et rj *
I j Rabbis Solomon
Max Shapiro. Joseph E
Da\ i Lehrfii
n Seil lanting
parti
il | ravi r
i hairs ill
. ii memorial pi
.
I (; t is |
. the Mt. Sinai Mi
i ter>
( chairman ol the
Secti n -> r\ i< es
Sand-Ell Adds
Partner to Firm
f San'-l
. Mian B ich. has

me <
: sai I i '

\ No

staurant. and cat-
shmi i I. Siegi I i as at
i pr In Royal Cat< n -
Siegel Kosher Caterers ol
d, Fla for three years
Ihe son of a shochet and
'mi Shabbas." and Sand-Ell
lizes in kosher-catered wed-1
Bar Mitzvahs, and other soc-
inctions
Weiss and Siegel this week an-
' they are now making ar
ments to operate the dining
1"' "1 of an oceanfront hotel as ex-
caterer
New Chose Federal Branch
new South Dado office of
Federal Savings and Loan
will open Oct. 1, across from
and Shopping Center, at the
isj huh o| North Kendall dr and
1 S l Manager for the new of-
jJW is Donald P. Parker, a native
Miamian and a resident of the
Southwest community.
EB Youth Aid
Variety Hospitcs!
i'i tty, four-}eai i Sand; No
en, dai I >l Mr, and Mrs. M ][.
Wcoten, 6567 SW 5 rd Ii r accept-
ed a donation for Varil ty Children'-
Hospital at a meeting ol B'nai
B'rith on Monday evening at the
.Jewish federation bldg
This contribution represents the
proceeds of the area wide Tag Daj
recently conducted for the hospital
by the girls and boys of the B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization.
Mi-s Wooten is representative of
the thousands of children of Great-
er Miami who have been treated
In the clinics and emergency
rooms of Variety Children's Hos-
pital without having to become bed
patients there
Victor Levine, local attorney and
member of the governing body of
the Variety Club of Greater Miami,
sponsors of the hospital, was guest
speaker at the meeting.
Dr. Lehrman on Television
Dr. Irving feaftrman, spiritual
Ii ;. lor ol Temple Emanu-EI, will
-i" ak on "The Message of Rosh
bona" on the "Still Small
Voice" program over WCKT. eh.
i Id a ni Sunday. Cantor Hush
\i ler and the Temple Kmanu-El
choir will assist Dr. Lehrman This
program is sponsored weekly by
tin Greater Miami Rabbinical
Assn,
Zhaptcr Opens Season
North Shore chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women held its first regular
: g Monday afternoon in the
Seville hotel.
Orkin Company
Receives Award
The orkin Exterminating Com-
pany was presented an award this
week by the Research Institute of
America, one of the world's larg-
tst private industry-supported bus-
in.-- advisory organizations, in
recognition of the contributions
they have made in furthering busi-
ness research and in stimulating
personal and professional growth
ol their people
Karl Geiger, vice president in
charge of sale-, accepted the award
on behalf of the company from L.
L. Brown, account executive for the
Research Institute of America
DAIRY DISHES S SNACKS
TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONES
(just as they always have]
Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where it belongs-on your table. It's a good family
custom Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the really fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain
dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life today I
good dairy to^you from


Page 12-E
*Jmrtstl ftcridSan
Friday. September 21. 1962
Duality of Past and Future in Vital Israel Today
By ABRAHAM PENN
ABBA EBAN has observed that
^* the twin intellectual enthus-
iasms of Israel today are science
and archaeology, the one plumb-
ing the "mysteries of the future"
and the other rediscovering the
"memories of the past." Perhaps
nowhere in Israel is this dualism
more striking than in Jerusalem,
where, for example, the Hebrew
University is simultaneously the
repository of the Dead Sea scrolls
and the laboratory for some of
the most startling advances in
scientific investigation.
landscape Reflections
But it is not only on the lofty
plane of intellect that Jerusalem
laces toward past and future, at
the same time. The landscape
itself reflects it. The sepulchre of
King David atop Mt. Zion looks
down on vast new building pro-
jects in the latest architectural
style The children of Mea
Shearim. "payos" framing their
heads, crowd into "chedenm" re-
miniscent of an Eastern European
"shtetl" of a century ago to study
Talmud, while other young men
of Jerusalem take the bus to the
CRT school on the Streets of the
Prophets to learn electronics.
And while nowhere do the cen-
turies co-exist as strikingly as
here, the signposts all point to
the future. On the mundane econ-
omic level, the Ministry of Com-
merce has designated the city a
development area, destined to be-
come one of the primary indus-
trial sectors of the country. The
big news for the inhabitants of
Israel's capital, so far as liveli-
hood is concerned, is that Jeru-
Abba Eban, Israel's Minister of Education, completes an
inspection of the largest vocational school in the Middle East,
the ORT Center at Tel Aviv. The former Ambassador to the
U.S. spent several hours viewing the well-eguipped work-
shops, laboratories and classrooms which teach skills to 1,500
persons annually. The Tel Aviv ORT School, built by Wom-
en's American ORT, is one of a nationwide network of trade
schools maintained by ORT in 22 cities and towns ol Israel.
salem has been converted in re-
cent months from a labor sur-
plus area into a labor deficit area,
with critical shortages in many
skills. Plant and factory con-
struction already projected prom-
ises to strain the limited skilled
manpower supply still further.
Time-Fusing Capacity
Those broadened economic hor-
izons have rocused a new atten-
tion on vocational education. Yet
it is typical of the city's perva-
sive time-fusing capacity that the
ORT center for training in mod-
ern industrial technology should
overlook the Jaffa Road, which
was ancient in the days of Solo-
mon. The school's original build-
ing is a seventy-five-year-old
structure where, according to the
guide books. Theodor Herzl once
conferred with Kaiser Wilhelm.
Around the historic site, which
served as the residence for the
District Governor under the Man-
date, is rising a complex ol
straight-lined glass and cement
buildings. The plans now mat-
erializing call for multiple class-
The Bon Mot
Cub Pock of Dade Heights
Cub Scout Pack 402. sponsored I
by Dade Heights Jewish Congre-!
gation. was to have its first meet-
ing for parents only this Thursday.
7 p.m., at the synagogue. Last
year's Cubs are being given pref-
erence on rejoining because the
number of openings is limited.
rooms, shops arrayed with high-
speed lathes and other complex,
precision machines, laboratories
to house electronic devices and a
separate section for auto-mech-
anics. The expanded school will
double the present enrollment
capacity.
The view from the original
house is toward Jordan across No-
Man's Land: less than 500 yards
sway armed soldiers are on per-
petual patrol But the yard be-
low is filled with the confident
bustle of new construction which
is so indicative of the accelerated
tempo of today's Jerusalem.
Master Plan
This construction proceeds ac-
cording to a master plan that en-
visages a many sided technical
education center, with day and
evening sessions tor some 600 stu-
dents The plan includes replace
ment of the. completely inadequate
auto-mechanics sheds and work-
shops and the effecting of archi-
tectural harmony among the var-
ious buildings.
When the school was opened in
!949. the first students were de-
mobilized soldiers of the War for
Israel's Independence. Today a
great proportion are immigrants
who arrived after 1949. A recent
study showed that the languages
used in the homes of the pupils,
besides Hebrew, included Arabic,
Yiddish. French. Spanish. Per-
sian. Ladino and Hungarian
among others, testifying to their
variegated origins Half the stu-
dents are either from North
Africa or Asia.
For nine out of ten of these
young men. education will termi-
nate with the ORT school. Hence
the school's concern is with an in-
clusive education and with cul-
tural activities.
The four year secondary course
offers, beside technical subjects.
Hebrew, mathematics, history, lit-
erature, sciences, aimed at creat-
ing a common fund of knowledge
A
v.tf
you madi n mazii jovr
Unmatched
For Delicious Flavor!
NO Salt
NO Sugar
NO Spices
mo Shortening
AND
HAPPY
NEW
YEAR
.. .To our Jewish friends
throughout the land with
and a common orientation toward
Israel's society.
The school's director employs
more technical language to de-
scribe its operation. As an ex-
ample, he tells about the students
in auto-mechanics. During the
first year, their curriculum is a
general introduction to machine
and work technique. In the .-.
ond year, they begin their special-
ity with study of the internal com-
bustion engine, its theory, fun<
tions. parts and repair. The thud
year takes them further into (he
realms of the bear bo\. brakes
etc. The final year is devoii
the diesel engine, electrical \-
tems. etc. All this nine
youngster is working on cars,
trucks and jeeps brought in !y
outside customers so that bj
time he graduates, he has
practical experience with a fttodf
cross-section of the heterogem
transport of Israel
Fducation is the great leveller
and integrator of Israeli life
instrument par excellence li i
transmission of valves and atti-
tudes essential to the building 11
the new society of so many con
glomerate human elements Thi
vocational school, with its tech-
nological specialization. contain"
the added dimension ol the prac-
tical knowledge that relates the
youth of Israel to the country's
emerging industrialism.
Goal for Education
Hence the ORT school is sim-
ultaneously a center for prepara
tion in Jerusalem's new industries
and a transmission belt tor the
humanist values that are Jeru-
salem's heritage.
This is in line with the goal
for education in Israel as recently
defined by Abba Eban: "Few
productive tasks in today's tech
nological society can be accom.
panied without formal systematiz-*.
ed education. Beyond these cal
culations of prudence lies the vis
ion of excellence which can only
be achieved in a society wh learning and scientific truth are
held in profound respe
t 1
fyofflfflO PURE SUGAR
To make your holiday pastries and confections, use the sugar that's become a
tradition in Jewish homes everywhere-Domino Pure Cane Sugar! Check your
pantry shelf today. Make sure your selection of Domino Pure Sugars is complete
for the holiday season:
Granulated. Confectioners 10-X Powdered. Deluxe Instant Superfine. Dark Ere wn.
Light Brown. Crystal Domino Tablets, Hostess Tablets and Domino Dots.
WHEN ITS
*
tyonuno %*
llo-.ii~,Tfihlfts
YOL'RE SIRE ITS PURE
America's Largest
Selling Sugars
The American Sugar Refining Company
c


Friday. September 21. 1962
"Jetfisft n-rrHirtr
Page 13-8
Ben Gurion Eyes Future of Education in Israel
JTA Direct Teletype Wire
jALEM Prime Minister
David Ben-Guriod pledged Tuesday
would provide free sec-
schooling within five years
miversity education with-
ten years
Speaking at a teachers' union
convention, the Prime Minister
said Israel's minimum goal must
be a university education for all
Israelis able to benefit from it.
In spelling out these goals, he urg-
ed a permanent revolution in our
lives against the established facts."
He stressed that "all our past
achievements were due to a rejee-
ity and on our Inslsiance en fight-:
mg for the ideal." He urged the
teachers to set a personal ex-
ample" and not imitate "higher in-
come groups," in an apparent ref-
erence to the battle for higher sal-
aries which led a wide range of
professionalsincluding teachers
to strike during the past year.
"The fateful question facing us
is what kind of a people will be
| living here in twenty years." he
'< told the teachers The answer, ha
said, lay in education. He said
the main challence was that o(
lifting the educational levels :l
youths coming from oriental court*
tries. He acded he believed that
teaching personnel for Israel's edu-
cational nee Is could be drawn from
Jewish communities in the frej
world.
THE COLGATE PALMOLIVE COMPANY
wishes one and all a
JOYOUS ROSH HASHANAH
i. =.-- -.
^%<^::
eft
QUALITY & PURITY ^ VALUE
Put these star products of Co/gate Palmolive Company
on your holiday shopping list Year round, too!

NEW HEAVY DUTY FORMULA FAB
Washes clothes not just clen but
clean clear through!
KOSHUt ano rvt
rStm Bit?1
NEW AJAX
LIQUID VEL
Unsurpassed for active cleaning
and bleaching power.
Bosnia and rve.
Meat and dalr/ dishes sparkle-
thanks to exclusive *UfiS' greasa
Cutter contained in Liquid Yfl>
KOSHI* AND rARVC
PALMOLIVE SOAP
Now more than ever, you can be
(ounger looking with mild, mild
almolive. enriched with beaut/
cream Or familiar Pastel Green
Palmolive.


Page 14-B
-.knl&nr-rlMTir
Friday, September 21, 1962
As a gift to subscribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
for the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
cf the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
Home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
Lee Mills hosted by the Bar Mitzvah's par-
Saturday morning services, Sept. nl-
22. at Temple Ner Tamid. will in-
clude the Bar Mitzvah Of Lee, son Susan Jacobs
of Mr. and Mrs Jerome B. Mills. Friday evening services, Sept,
lti.-.n Daytonia id., with Rabbi F.u- 21, al Southwest Jewish Center
will include the Has Mitzvah ol
icobs who will conduct the
and deliver a sermo
school.
A reception in bis honor will fol-
low the services.
Max Corndorf
v. \mi I Corndorf will be Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
.sept. 22. at Congregation lief; El,
with Rabbi Solomon Schifl officiat-
ing. *
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chaim Corn
dorf, 2025 SW Kith st., the celebrant
is an eighth grade student at the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami.
Hi- parent.- will host the Kid-
dush following the ceremony and a
reception Saturday night at the
Jiitz Plaza hotel.

William Gompers
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro offic-
iated at the Bar Mitzvah of William
Cecil Gompers at Beth David Con-
gregation on Saturday morning.
Sept. 15.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Gom-
pers, and grandson of Mrs. Sarah
C. Budlow. the celebrant is an
eighth brade student at Shenaiidoah
Junior High, where he plays bass
clarinet in the band.
He is a Boy Scout, a member Oi
the Beth David Cantors" Club, and
plans to continue his religious
studies at Beth David.
A reception and dinner in Will-
iam's honor was held on Sunday
evening at the Balmoral hotel. Mr
and Mrs Gompers also were hosts
.\ Kiddush following the Saturday
morning service
Jey Trent
l>i Irving Lehrman will officiate
a: the Bar Mitzvah ol Jay, son of
Mr .aid Mrs Thomas Trent, on
Saturday morning, Sepl 22. at
'l 1 mple Emanu El
An eighth gra e student at Ida
M Fisher Junior High, where he
plays clarinet in the school orches
tra, Jay's interests include horse
back riding.
*
Ro, rk Young
Temple Judea will be the site
of the Bar Mitzvah of Roark, son
01 Mr and Mrs. Jack Young. 1801
Country Club Prado, on Saturday.
Sept. 22. with Rabbi Mordecai
Podet officiating.
An eighth grade student at Ponce
Junior High. Roark is a go-cart
racing enthusiast.
The Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and the Kiddush following
the ceremony on Saturday will be
Paul Levinson
Max Corndorf
gne Labovitz officiating.
Lee is a student at Nautilus Jun- Susan Jacobs
ior High and the Temples religious services and
Selichot under the guidance ol
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
An honor roll student at the Cen
ler's religious school, th celebrant
i ., seventh grade student at Wesl
Miami Junior High.
Her parents are Mr. ami Mrs
i harles Jacobs
BAR MITZVAH CEREMONY
Let me make the Candlelight-
ing Ceremony of your son's
Bar Mitzvah original, clever
and memorable. The entire
ceremony written in novel,
poetic form. Moderate fee.
MISS BEE, HI 8-6401
Jon Halpern
Jon Jay Halpern will become Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David during Sat-
urday morning services. Sept. 22.
with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro of-
ficiating.
An eighth grade student ai Ponce
de Leon Junior High, Jon play-
tennis and golf, and studies music
and paint in u
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Halpern.
his parents, will host the Kiddush
following the ceremony in their
son's honor.
* *
Richard Glassman
The Bar Mitzvah of Richard
Glassman will be observed on Sat
unlay morning. Sept. 22. at Temple
Emanu-EI. with Dr Irving Lehr-
man officiating.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at Nautilus Junior High
and plays Little League baseball
Dr. and Mrs Jacob A. Glassman
will honor their son at a reception
in their home on Saturday.
Paul Levinson
Temple Beth Am will be the site
oi the Bar Mitzvah of Paul, son "I
Mr, and Mrs Harold Levinson, 6i4u
Twin Lake- dr. So Miami, on Sat
urday morning, Sept 22. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard will official.'
Paul i> an eighth grade student
al South Miami Junior High and
plays clarinet in the school band
\ reception and luncheon in hi/
honor will follow the ceremony
Richard David Kann
Bar Mitzvah of Richard Davi'
Kann will take place on Saturday
morning, Sept. 22. .it Temple Israel
Rabbi Joseph 1< Narot will offic-
iate.
Richard is the son of Dr and
Mrs Solomon Kann. of 4525 Nau-
tilus dr., Miami Bench Luncheon
1 in Richard's honor will follow the
service,
t *
Richard Welaon
Richard Weldon will become Bar
Mitzvah at Congregation Yehu;!ah
Moshe during Saturday morning
services, Sept 22. with Rabbi
Morton Shalowitz officiating.
An eighth grade student at North
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
Susan Jabobs
Jay Trent
William Gompers Richard Kann
Star of David
Sieves Services
Star ol David Memorial Park.
5900 sw 77th ave., this week an-
nounced that Rabbi Murray A
Alstct will be in attendance at the
park en Sunday. Sepl 2:'.. and Sun
day, Ocl 7, from 10 a m until 12
noon
Rabbi Alstet will -ay individual
prayers for anyone comit .
cemetery during those hours
Temple- having separate seel ns
in the Star ol David Mei
Park have schedule I
orial services for their
congregations on Sunday, Ocl 7. as
follows Temple Judea
Temple Zion, 10 30 a m ; Temple
Beth Shirah. 1 p.m.,; and Temple
Bnai Sholom, 2 p.m
star of David Memorial Park
has added to its landscaping
past year, including a front entrance
and rock garden fountain, as well
a- a new office U Than* Declares
M.d-East Peace
Up to Big Powers
UNITED NATIONS iJTA)
Acting Secretary General U Than!
implied here recently that it wa
ip [o the Big l'owr- to bring about
, ce negotiations between Israel
jr.,1 the Arab states, it SUCh an
ichievement were to be accom
phshed.
kl ., |un< he m tendered in hi
|10nor bj the United Nations Cor-
respondents Assn.. Mr. Thanl was
, -l ed to comment on criticism that
the recent sessions of the Security
Council, which voted condemnation
., Israel for its action agamsl Syr
i;::i military provocations, "evaded
.. 1 ior ., peace treaty be
tweeii Israel and the Arab slates "
[I the premise thai
the IN evaded that issue." he re-
it, I t tO blame
Ihc Security Council-which. 01
... means the Big Powers."
in answer to another question,
Mr. Thanl said thai the recent
Coun< il iv- ilution. which had also
upon Syria and Israel to co-
1 perate with the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organization to
maintain peace in the area ol the
Syrian-Israeli frontier, "is being
implemented." He said he had no
further Information in regard to
1 he Syrian Israeli Situation and
that, if such Information were re-
ceived, he would transmit it to the
Securit) Council.
OXYGEN AID
5-QUART
POCKET
Oxygen
Inhaler
Guatemala Jews
Mark Anniversary
Zionists Still Eye
Big Merger Plan
AMSTERDAM (JTA1 Dele
gates from 26 countries to the
world conference Of the Confedera-
tion of General Zionists headed b>
Mrs, Rose Halprin and Dr Israel
Goldstein approved unanimously
recently a resolution for merger
with the competing world General
Zionist group headed by Dr. F.man-
uel Neumann but only on the basis
of complete acceptance by the
Neumann group of the principle
oi non-identification with any
Israeli political party.
The resolution proposed that
such merger al the local and reg-
ional level- should be up to those
! inizations and it insisted thai no
Israeli party, including the Liberal
: ij produce l by the merger ol
tl General / 1 -- and Progress-
r es there, to be eligible for
membership" in Ihe proposed mer-
The delegates also urged the
creation of a new General Zion-
ist organization in Israel on the
basis of the principle and phil-
osophy of non-identification,
which, "when properly establish-
ed," would be eligible for mem-
bership "as the Israeli branch of
the merged confederation." The
resolution stipulated that such a
new Israeli organization would
not be accorded representation in
the World Zionist Congress on the
basis of elections to Israel's Knes-
set.
GUATEMALA iJTA) The
Guatemala Jewish community.
attended Popiel religious school *'Wch was founded 100 years ago.
for the past five years.
and Mrs. Frank Weldon. are pio-
neer members of the congregation
and participate in many civic and
religious affairs.
Following the ceremony, they
will host a Kiddush reception in
Popiel Hall.
celebrated the annivesarv here
Prior to the resolution adoption,
Dr Nahum Coldmann. World Zion-
ist Organization president, said he
favored the ending of political par-
ties in the Zionist movement to
Parents of the Bar Mitzvah. Mr. recently with a welcome to Us first "* '* more fflci,M an,d- "
permanent rabbi. Mever Rosen- lhat basls- Wvored a General Zion-
baum. ' The community, which has also I"""11'1!'''-',
lacked a shochet, also made ar- Ht' also described the present
rangements lor a resident ritual a Cture of the World Zionist
slaughterer, Bernard Warran. The
engagement of the two religious
functionaries developed from a
campaign by Jewish communal
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
WASHINGTON OPTICIANS,
INC.
PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY FILLED
1252 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Miami Beach Phone JE 8-3632
MONDAY thru FRIDAY 9 00 to 6:00 SATURDAYS 9:00 to 4:00
movement as not suiting present-
day conditions and that he would
propose at the next World Zionist
Congress that the Zionist organi-
U. S. P.
0XY6EH
INHALER
MOTlO*
SIC No piercing
No loss

Ready to use
at alt
times

ON and OFF
as much
as you wish
Fully
1 Guaranteed
INTRODUCTORY OFFER
ONE WEEK ONLY
6 Units for $3 plus
25 handling charges
G. J. CLANCY
SPRING LAKE, N.J.
( i
FOR SALE-38 NEW
ADLER'S NEW YEAR BOOKS
Very Reasonable.
MO 7-O260
One Block to Temple Zion
3-Bedrms, 1 Baths, Fla. Rm., Car
porre, Tile Roof, Hardwood Floors,
Kitchen turn., 222' Fenced tot,
Sprinkler System. Vacant, move
right in. Owner FR 3-3304.
NEW LOCATION
CARLOS
J. LOPEZ
ACCOUNTANT
'WE SOLVE
YOUR PROBLEMS'
1711 N.W. 22nd Place
Ph. 634-2393
ROOM and BOARD
For Elderly People. Special low sum-
mer rates, strictly Kosher. Warm at-
mosphere. Car service. Mr. H. levin,
1S45 Euclid Ave. 13741
<
BUSINESSWOMAN
would like to shore her 1-bedroom
apt. in NE section, with mature lody.
References exchonged.
Coll PL 4-4307
leaders to fight assimiliation and nations should not be on party lines
improve
tion.
Jewish religious educa-
Convenfion of Jewish Deaf
WASHINGTON -IJTA)- Plans
for training rabbis especially equip- for all organizations to find the
ped to serve the hard of hearing right people.
but instead based on the differ-
ent conditions of each country. He |
Psserted there was no unity in the;
Zionist movement, that the move-
tnent suffered from a lack of lead-
ers and that the "first thing" was
were launched here this week at
the fourth biennial convention of
Ihe National Congress of Jewish
Deaf. Tlie organization is com-
posed of 1,000 Jewish deaf through-
out the country.
Participants included Sir Bar-
nett Janner. president of the Board
of Deputies of British Jews. Amer-
ican participants included Dr. Mir-
iam Freund. Eleazar Lipsky and
Charlotte Jacobson.
EXCELLENT FOR
PART-TIME & RETIRED
S1,000 starts your own Vending Ma-
chine Business. Investment guaranteed.
Call HI 6-7106
RENT A CAR
from $2.50 per day
$15 per wk. mlleasfl char**
AB0TT MOTORS, Inc.
1451 W. FLAGLER ST.
Phone FR 3-0326
Sr


Friday. September 21, 1962
*"Jenisfi thoridian
Page 15-B
Meyer Keilson
Dead at Age 77
,;, Hson. philanthropist
,.,.,,; j leader, of 1559
avi died here on Sept.
- at e of 77.
rod ex< cutive of an adver-
panj-, K'iImui came here.
?o from New York,
., life member of the
l,,hn Hancock F & AM, served on
ish Board of Education and
! I,, the B'nai B'rith of
Beach. He was one of the
;> of the Maimonides Hos-
pita! in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Surviving are his wife, Ida; two
jack and Ira; two daugb-
.,... \|rs Florence Tanenbaum and
Mrs Agath Leonard; six grand-
children and three great-grandchil-
dren
Si r\ ices wore in New York, with
Riverside Memorial Chapels in
rge.
an i Mrs Oei i U rth, and
Martha Set-vires
in i! Inn I ..-.. ih m<
NATHAN SALES
66. of i \v, llt-il Sepl
Hi i nine I,. ...'..... n i
\li an mi aiilii
.mi.-... | Sui
his lf< I; i) hm I. ,i son, Konalil;
-. M .- I : I !.. i .. M:
I III iin Mm Lillian
and -
-i s We. c Sepl i n ran
i i., I!..Ml,
Prayer is the Souls
Reaction to Being Alive
HARRY K. KAUFMAN
; Si. Shore ill'. Normandy
I Sepl 15 In Si. Petersburg.
, h. re I", yearn ..- fi "in Buf-
\ V ,||.I WSS \ |l 1.1, .--111, 111 ..t
.... \\ Indow Co., Mini, nil
it of ill, Shi Ine hihI
vv'm :.i War II. Sun i* Ins
i .::. .i daughter, t w"
- '. and Ihrei
Services w, re s, |,l it In
Mi nioi la I i "hapel, Normund)
NATHAN CAIDIN
rd si Miami Beach, died
||i hi ,-
I. and H'ri .i real < -Inle
till IT. I lll-
iwu daughti rs,
.Mr- Itho lu
I
Services W II
I I
MOLLY FINGOLD
: Se|ll II
fiv, ... i
Ins are hi
Vile < S< .
In .. n i in, ra I
. \iE TANNEY
i .1 .1 S. I I I I.
.c ..^.. I ..in New
iTliurtim \
udtllg .1.' i \ I
-;-.- : :
, ... leh
'' LLIE WEI N STEIN
\ i illi .1
s, e a aim, two
\ mull hllilren .in,l .i
Servl \\ i. Sepl
di m.i.....i.il "haiii I,
JACK M. BROOKS
1 \ I. I "nth -i No Miami
- pi 13 He cami hen
in < 'hi. afro hi re hi
anlng busim -s Hur-
ls w if, .1, .in, it., and ,i
-' i i li i Surdon Hei vices
in Riverside Memol lal
S'orini nd> lull
MRS REG.NA CASPER
; N Ird -i died Sept n
~ 12 years ago from Ne
- v i ins are hi r husband,
n. Arthur: ., slater, Mrs
n and a grandchild Hei > -
Si |i| 17 in Rivei aide Mem-
i tglas i.l.
MRS GILDA N. KAPLAN
1 'i- k|.I i.lv.i Miami lieaeh,
' -i She ..in,- here ]: v ears
!...t., v. 11. |,I She Is .,
H aaaah, Km ih Khon
ihi Siati rh.....i of t. in
N I" '"I'I Sin \ Ivlllg ..... hel
Hairy, ,i daughter. It. h.i
iml a l*t< i Se decs
lianapolls In.I., with Rivi I
h ipi li in hai gi
LEON LEWIN
U ,,-l,ins:-, n i died HSepI
hi r. ii. ... i ago i rum
was re ,1 eatati aalea-
Is ins u if,- Sarah
Sepl ii in Rlveraldi
. Alton i.l
ABRAHAM USDANSKV
1 ,- ve., Miami Ri i h
Hi i in.- h..... i- years
X' Vorh and was .. re-
h iol -..,, her He w is u
"">'' B'nal ll'riih Surviving
Edith .i ami ., daueh-
tera, Including Mrs
ind i..in gianuchildien
ii Ke V-.. I, nli Rh
' Men |.els in harge
JACOB EPSTEIN
I.....I ave Miami Ri ai ii
ii. m. hen H
nto, Can 0a, and was
nanufn Sui -
' wlfi Sylvia il.;-.. -is
i Mrs Etta
Mlih) Roth, and a
N i i Si pi I in
' N|-" arlal i'h.....I, \n,,ii rd
MICHAEL TASHMAN
NW 16th si ,h. .1 Sepl 11
form N.
aas Ihi m of the S,-
mil television Ion Sui
hi -|f, Helen two -
- nley; a gramlc....... and
rs including Saul. Irving,
Ml run an,I Joseph
i,l. Mi in
Dougl is rd
. 'ACOB WF.RTHE.MER
faldi. died
Hi mi hi fe 1 real
I and was
re in- wife,
Iwn ...|i-. Tl ,1 .ithI Si In. *
M -- E Id Mrs
M two lirothers, Han >
i-e slsti ind flvi '
I Uel......I Chapel, Nor- .
RONA DUNSWORTH
' .tl avi II aieah, .li.-.l
. \i fh< llv. i ah all her
lr*l> nii are hi r i.....ii-. Mi
LOUIS BANDEL
89. ol 17a SW JTi I dli ,1 Si in
Hi ami hi re : years .,-.. fi om I., i
and 'V .. | a i appi
i. ran ol w in Id Win I Sui
\ \\ in ., h ivlfi iaby a daneh
li r Mrs I iiik-le Nil I,, a! ., In othi r,
threi sisters and a (tra :,!s ,n -' i
n Si in !.' in '; inlon Funi ral
Holm
MRS BERTHA EIGER
71. ..I linn Cleveland r.l Miami Reach,
died s. pi Shi eamt here n > ars
i from ,' Icago She \\ as a niem-
h. i ,i Siaterh.....I of Temple Menorah,
r.'nai R'rlth and Hadassah Snrvlvlmi
ai. two aona, Ineludlnv Joseph; foul
dnuahters, IneludlnH Mrs Annli l;.-l-
s.,i and Mrs Rettj Zlgman Ihrei
brothers, two slaters, eifrhl grand-
children and a great-grandehlld Kerv-
i, ,-.- t. in i 'hi.-at..
MORRIS FELTENSTEIN
.. '.'.-" lam. ave died Sept, 9
Ha i.mi, hare 13 years ago from Ne
. ruiiswu'k, N .1. and was a peaUiu-
rani owner. He was a member of
the Klk- ami Ih. I...ills II, > man
Friendship League. Surviving are his
H If. J< '.in. in.) ,i -:-.! Sei i< -
wen Sept, 11 in Riverside Memorial
, 'h ip. I, \lton rd
MRS. JEAN WAYNE
j|, of -_". 1 Collins .n. Miami Reach,
.1 ...: Sepl H She i ante hi r. plain
years ,i-> from la..- Angeles. Survlv-
m ., brothel. .lai l. Adler, and f i ir
sisters Mrs Kva f!i i nan, Mis Rita
I., m Ii Mrs Mlldn ,1 l.an.l. and Miss
Sal Vill. Si r\ U'i *\ ere Sepl
MRS R. TIM RAOS de PARDO
M dian Creeh di Miami
h. died .1 mi hei
\.\, Vorh s "!'. i\
i son Manuel; threi
M Julia I >li .la V i ind
i arei I ren. Serv-
. I mill Riven li Mi
Chapel Vlton rd, li i
HARRY L. KAUFMAN
. 2nd Miami H, ... h
Hi
il,'', rd Conn i b bed
h -.i viei' In
Hi .i f Twl
insil i \ lei
his In I Aas ,i
of Klks ind lletl lai
i 'onui aatb n and llfi mi inl i ..i
I: R'rlth Survlvlna an .. son
Marvli s n In mhi I Vba Ihn
n lldren anil Iwn gn i hi and
Servl wen JuIn -"-' In
|;n :.M noH i.il 'hapi I. Vlton rd
MRS ESTHER SWARTBURG
" ,. ", Id I- illlill-.. .Ir Miami Ih
.I Inly 2il >1i, ran hen 18 } ears
il-., from Itrooklvn. Surviving are ,i
-ii H Ri bert; a daughter, Mrs
north Kelnbi ra. two hi others and
, sinter s. r> i< pi July 22 in
Rlvt-rsldi Memorial Chapel, Alton rd
AARON ARCHITZEL
>... i 17."i K\V 2ath si died July :.
He .in. h, re 16 yeai ago i i m
\\ ah '..r.l. K V and was ., n tired
furniture dealer. Surviving an his
wife, I'auliiii three daughters, Bea-
trice, Mi- Pearl Krai, hlik and Mrs
Prances lllrs.h, and f..ur sons Serv-
ices wen in Albany, K V with River-
side Memorial Chapels In charge.
MRS. ESTHER ISAACS
;. ..f IT'.'", H'.Ttli ,-t ,li. .1 Jul) She
i-ami hen 16 years -:,. from Philadel-
phia She was a member -ah and Hlkor Chollm Surviving an
'or ...us. Including Albert Hurw-lti
ihiev daughlirs Including Mrs Mae
Klein thn *ters, .. broth. >.
eriindi-hlldren and eight great-grand
.-Inlili. n Sei vices wei e Jul> It In
('..> ,-i I in. r.i! 11..m.
MRS. JEANNETTE LANE
,- Alton "I Miami Rein h
died i-ih Shi ami hei e 11 > .-.i -
,,-;,, from Ureal S. ek I. I She i,.is
R ii., ml., r .,1 the ,-' Assn ..f Hi all t
M ii ,. i. life Mi.iiih. "f Fighl for
Sight, a mi mber >! H idai aah and
. ns i -.,i-.ti.i. Hospital S n '-iv -
Ing are ihrei aona, Moi ton, Irvln and
Lawrence four daughtera, Mrs r:.,s.i
line Haskell. Mrs Irene Mlchelaon,
Mrs Lucille Kline, and Mrs Ruth
S|< u. I Ihrei brothel a I 0 Renla
mm and Louis M Wolf; t" l len
Mrs l.lllle Baywood and Mis Pannle
Vnlor, 10 grandchildren and a gn il
,., andi hlld Si r\ Ices i July 11 In
Riverside Memorial Chapel, Alton id
MRS. FANNIE BARNETT
x.'.. ,.f 15331 S K I lth ct dli .1 Julj : l
Shi line l..... 31 years aM" fnim Ki ^^
York Surviving are her daughter
Mrs \.\ Ha Mandell i" sons. In
l-ludlllg l.awri li. -. v n uran li hll-
i and six great grandchildren
-. a i. Jul) 12 In Re) el Ku
neral Home
MRS. ANNE BROMBERG
61, of -':: SW I7t|i t. i dli Juh in
,, hen yeai -i-" from New
i |at ; Conn Sui vivl g ire hei hn
hand, l.uthi r. a dau :hti M s le in
Kullei i alsti and five gramlchll
.li, n Sei ^ lei ere Jul) 12 In I loi
don i-'hii.'imI Home
MRS. CELIA KATZ
69, of 1940 Park ave Miami ''
died Jul) l" Khe ame hen ID > irs
ago Sin vlving an two dauglili i
Mis Kiel..... /' i" "! Mrs nor-
. Ki ",- a".i "I* grand. I
Sei vices en In llrookl) n
MEER OWITZ
I, of SI dli !
11, en I yea roll i
Vorl Hi mi
iml i;, aril "i 'in" "- Club Sin
, \\ Ing i- I Sin an <| rvlces
a i. I ill) II In Hi pi "Id' M.......ml
Chapel, Alton rd
MRS. DOHA WECHSl-ER
,!'.'. Ml Reich
.In.I July ii She me hi
Lgo fron N V, ', Shi a h,.
membei Sh dom Sist
By DR. HELEN HIRSCH
JEWISH prayer is is <>M as
** Israel. It has always express-
ed our unremitlant cry to God
throughout the ages. Israel has
been a God-conscious nation in
constant search for the Master oi
the Universe.
Prayer is a universal phenom-
enon in the soul-life of man. It
is the soul's reaction lo the sor-
row-, and joys, to the uncertain-
ties and wishful dreams of lite.
The reason why we pray is sim-
ply that we cannot help praying.
Ii is a deeply-rooted instinct that
.springs eternally from man's un-
quenchable faith in a living God,
almighty and merciful, who hear-
dh and answereth those who call
upon Him in truth.
Prayer ranges from hallarti-
(iilale petition for help in dire
distress lo highest adoration,
from contrite confession of sin to
jubilant expression of joylul fel-
lowship with God. from humble
thanksgiving to the solemn re-
solve In obey His will
Prayer is the golden Jacob lad-
der joining earth to heaven; i;
raises man above all earthly cares
and fears Our Jewish Mystics
compare the action of prayer
upon the human spirit to that of
the flame on the coal"As the
flame clothes the black sooty clod
In a garment ol fire, and releases
the heat imprisoned therein, even
so does prayer clothe a man in
; garment of holiness, evoke the
light and fire planted within him
bj In- Maker, illumine hi- whole
being, and unite the Lower and
limber Worlds." say the Zohar.
No other people had the un-
swerving trust m God and main-
tained it mi unfalteringly from
century to century as had Israel,
amid all the tragic vicissitudes ot
its rugged history. The darker
the night, the brighter did pray
er shine in the soul of Israel. For
Israel's motto might have been
Job's unshakable affirmation of
vlving are h
ii.-it. Shapiro
and Harr)
grandchildrei
In Riverside
r.l
daughter, Mis Vn-
t.. brothers, Morton
la.-, nst.-in. and lour
s, r\ i. s v\ ere Jul) 1-
Memorial Chapel, Alton
MRS. CLARA L. NEWMAN
69, .d 1674 NK 182nd si died Jul) -I
She came here eight yean ago from
Chicago She was a member of Tem-
pi) Adath v. -biirun. Surviving are
her husband, Julius, two daughters,
II. hiding Mis lr- ii. Ka|.|l,l. an I foul
grandchildren Services Wen Jul) 2.1
in Ih ( ei l- im. ral Home
HARRY E. COFFEY
83, of '! I" N Ba) id died Jul) 31
ih ami hi r. 12 \ eai s ago from
Mam best) .. 'onn ..ml was re
tired manuf u tun r "f women ap-
,.,i. il,. va- a member ..f Temple
Kiuanii-KI Surviving are his wife
\i i i rh two sons, Steven A and
Koliei i J and a sister Sei Ices i n
\ n; .. ii Riverside Memorial Chanel.
\ '.ii r.l
i in oi- i *'
and the Cardlai Ron i a n..... l
ah and the Eaati ril Star sue-
JULIUS H. WOLFSON
17 .,,t 102.1 79th -i Miami Beach, died
.iul\ 31 He came here --' years an.,
ir.iin Hetrolt ami was the ownei f
., |ewell v store He whs a Mason, a
member of the Main Shrine and a
veteran "l World War I Surviving
:,,-, in- in Kay. h son, Haul;
brother, Jack; three sisters and four
grandi hlldren Si I % lei s wen .Vug. 1
|n Rivefldi Memorial Chapel, N'..r-
ill. ill. \\ Isle.
MISS MERLE EVA FISHER
II nf |sos N'ormanil) dr., .li.-.l July
:,. shi was a n.im. of Miami Beach
Sur\ iv ing are her fathi r, I >r Edward
\ I'ish.r. and mother, Mrs Minna
i ihel i -i-i, : Marilyn and grand
mother Mrs Sail) Plsher Si n cea
..... vug I in Riverside Memorial
. 'hn i.l Norms n, i> isle
ALBERT KLEIN
v.. ,,i .,is : SW 23rd si died Jul) 30
..... here 2.1 years ago rrom
,,l i and was a rel it*.-.I fur-
Sm v l\ inn in In- Iff
Vnna .. daughter Mrs Lilible \\. I
nul tin. grandehlldri n and 11 gi ea I -
hlldren Services were Aug. l
iln Punei at Home.
MAURICE A. MITTELMAN
i i;i \ Ra) di lioldi 'i lleai h,
,|led Jul) '" Ih i i..... hen IS years
.,. -. ranton, I 'n and n ne>l a
Survh in" ire his
t'armvl ., iNtei Mri Hose Weiss
ii ,,., H in oi her, Sam Sen -
. union with loi .il .in ange-
,.,l i Impels.
ARMIN VARADY
7j. ,,r Marsellli dr Mi.him Reach
Inly ::. I le eami hen 14 ) -.ir*
ill New Vork init
-ill, el ,".......iembe
nI the Hill ewlsB
Sin i i> iiik are his If. Mai
ncluil
'
n Rlvi
..,:, Mi im rial chapel, Noi
pious trust: "Though he slay me.
yet will I trust in Him."' (Job
13:15)
Prayer i- the heart of religion
satisfying man's spiritual needs
or when he suffers of inner inse-
curity, emotional frustration or
spiritual imbalance Prayer is a
feeling, an attitude of the heart
and mind, an instigation to in-
telligent effort and self-help.
The real value of prayer lies in
its magic power to transform
man's lite, lifting it out of
dark despair and stark fear. Our
old faith proclaims that prayers
are answered"The Lord hath
heard my petition; the Lord ac-
cepteth my prayer." iPsalm 6:10)
and "O Lord, my God. I cried
unto Thee and Thou didst heal
me," ( Psalm 30:3'
When we trustingly turn to Him
in pious prayer, we are lifted
above ourselves, we are reaching
out to the eternal mystery that we
may draw hope, faith and new
courage, understanding and
strength out of the inexhaustible
treasure house oi our religion.
LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
Nn. 6?C '0174
rm: \v ii.i.i vMsiiii;, ;n SAVINiiS
I I.V NK,
\ s
VKR.NH.N W URIKKIN" and CI.ARIi'K
IIUKKIN. In- wlfi
I >. fendnnts.
Tl V'KRNi IN VV liltlKI IN and
i'l. UIIi'E IIRIFKIN hi- '
1;. si.i, n, l'nknnwn co leneraI
l llvei .. I '< n\. r, 'olor....... and
artli ., tig
undei or airn Inst i he alno m > mi di nd ti II alive or If .had.
* belt unknow n heirs, de^ l -
grantees, legatees, assignees,
llenoi.-. t, ,l:i,Ms. -i ustei a and
par! les hai Ing or I'laiming
have an) right, tin, oi Interest
in tin- proper!) herein described
V..,i are hereby notified thai ih.
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you In th< Ciri'ull
Court "I the i: I. i:\KNTI I Judicial
.'ir 'in of h1rldn In and foi IHI'K
Count) to forei-lose a mortgage upon
the following deei il.......il property:
Lot I, Block ?, TIIIIIH ADDITION
Tii CAROL CITY, according t" the
Plat thereof, recorded In I'lat Book
.,'., .it Pagi ::',. ..i ih. Public Ih.....ids
of I lade i 'ount) 11- rlda.
V.mi are r,'i|iiir.-d to file your an-
swer to plaintiff's complaint with th.
Clerk ,i aforesaid Court, and aerve a
cony thereof upon plaintiff's attorney
MARTIN FINE, llth II..... I'a.h
Federal Building, Miami :::'. Florida,
a,.i later than October -':', I9S2 .m a
Decree Pro Confesso wilt be entered
against you.
I iated 19th day ..r Septi mber, I9S2
I-: It LEATHKRMAN,
. "lerk of ih. 'Ircull Court
I seal I R) K M I.YM.VN
Deput) Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorn. > foi Plaintiff
nth Moor I'a.h- Federal Bids-
Miami 12 I lorlda
9 '.'I -:::. hi'". 12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NiiTICK IS HEREBY OIVRN thai
th. undersigned desiring t,, engage In
business under the fictitious name JET T V i'I.l Nli' :n 907 N W 2nd
Avenue, Miami. I-I.irl.la Intends to
legister said nam. with the Clerk of
Hi.- t'Ircull Court of Dade County,
Florida
THE! il IRK H LAZARi'S
Sole ''" ii.-i
K ESSLEH i OARS
A........> for Appi lean I
I99S S VV. 1st sir, ,t
9 :'l -28, 1" 12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
.\i I'l i'l-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <>i
i:l'\ i:.\l, r, IMP iNV at 2t7 Ba)
I irlve, Miami lleai h II. Florida in-
t.mis t, res : name with ihe
Clerk ..i th-' I'ir.nit I'niiri ..f Dade
i '.Mini >. FI rida
l.l.i IYI M I., Ill H- I-
Soli Ownei
Belgel, T, II. Ih ail' n .v Vlberl
Vttoi iii ) \ |iplll a ill
\\ i -i it Sin
: :'l :
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAMF LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
ih., undersigned, desiring to engage in
INITED Sl'NDRY M 1'1'I.V al U30
l\.-\ .-t'.ii. I North Miami.
a i, -ai.i name
i-li !,. tit of th I'
'ount) Klo
ALLAN CADI II.
MORRIS IiAIM i|,
S.V II. i; aim 'I.
1 in rs
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Ni ITU' .: .l'.\ OIVEN thai
t.....gage in
I fictitious na mi
Li iVVERI i III IAN Sill HI IS i IF Ml-
VMI i.V.No STi IRKS at I
.\ hiugler, Miami Flo Ida Intends
i aid na vlth I he i 'l, rk
: ......ri till Count).
Ida
DADE Ml SH' .'I. INC.
a I- lorlda corpoi tillon
Sole iw n.-i
I I lAVII' LIKILMAN
Aitoriii ) for Applicant
: 21-28, 10
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE I- HEliKHI OIVEN that
:hi under Igned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam.- ,,f
., iu-mak im isi-: v ri..M.iii:s at i
s VV. 13th Ti trace, Mil ml, I'l, rlda
.ntend lo register said name iih the
Clerk .a Hi.' i'h. nil Court .,f I 'a.le
'..init \ Fi"
s N' iR.VIi M W< ii ITEN
s MAROARET A. Cl I.MPTI IN
MA I'.'I'IN il 'DNICK
Alt,,rm-) for Applii .mis
'."if Alnsley I lulldlng
: l'I-l's. 1" S-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57102
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB CHARLES EPSTEIN
I leceascil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'm All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims i'i- Demands Against Saul
istati
You are In i eby noi Ifled and ; -
lulred i, present any claims and de-
i. whii li ) "ii ma) have against
thi stati ol J \''i IB CHARLES EP-
STEIN deceased late of Dade County,
r lorlda, to tin Co nt) Judges ..i I lade
County, anil file the sam. in their
offices' in th. Count) Courthouse In
County, Florida, within ,-i\ cal-
- months from the dati of Ihe
ii puldii an, ii In reof, or the same
hi barn 'I
AARI iN ,M KANNER .-.-
OK< iROK M SIMONS
, I SNKII .^ KANNER
,,.-.' irlt; Trusl Rldg
Mia ni, :;:.. i- loi Ida
J
IN THE COUNTY JLDGE'3 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 52099-C
IN RE Estate of
.1 \s, IN Ri iSEN RBRO
I us. d,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is Ii l -. given thai wa
. .I .i I inal Report and Peti-
tion lor I'-' bill ;,,n and Final Dis-
charge as Exei utrii of Ihi esl
,.f JASON ROSENBERO, deceased:
ami thai ,,n the I lth da) ol ictober,
.i,_. u mi appi) i" the ll.'ii'i
Count! Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval "( said Final Repo i
and for distribution and final flls-
harge as Bxi cuti li es ,,t the estate
,,f the above-named decedent Tin*
: iih da) "I September, 1962
helen r. rosenthal
jam: oarrett
milton a. priedman
Attorne)
nil Alnsley Bldg.
Miami 22. Florida- Fit I-5SS1
: 21-28, l" 5-13
\
RKI
.llll
-I
-nit
NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS
NAME LAW
R IS il BRERY :'N EN
'
nit t th, i 'iti,.n- nan
.'i: KXCH VNliE ni : N w
Miami Intends
with Die Clerk of the Clr-
liadi Ida
ANDRE MECMIER
H ;i -l's. in 5-12
TH'
mil.
I \\
SI
nan
i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52584-A (Blanton)
IN RE: Estate >!
OLE H 'Ri IBN Pi il'l.sKN
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND F.NAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given thai I
have filed in) Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final DIs-
. harge as Exc utrlx "i the estate "f
i tie Jorgen Poulsi n, deceased and
thai on Ihe 22nd da) of t>ctober, l62,
will apply lo tin Honorable County
Judges ..i Dade County, Florida, for
approval ol s.ii.l l- Inal Report and for
distribution and final discharge '
, \, cuti Ix ill 'in state .,f the abo> -
named dei edent This 12th daj ..f
SVptember, 1902.
l.Ai'KA INOEBORO AHRENS
Exe, utrlx
MARVIN I WIENER, Esq.
Vttorm v
913 A Insli ) I tulldlng
Mi ni i 12 I'l.i
: 21-28, 1" 5-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10031
El '.MINI' MAROIEWICZ and
SYLVIA MAROIEWICZ,
Plalnl in-.
\ -
K AKl. li RERRINOER and
ELIZABETH .1 BV.KIUNOER,
his wife,
I '. i. i .Inns
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I'i ELIZABETH I REKRINl IER
Resbli n,. unknown
YOl' VRE HEREBY NOTIFIED, that
a t'omidalni to h'oreclose Mortgage on
t he fi dli w I ii- desci Ibed propi 11 >
:..t IS, L|, k 1 I W !: S T W on l>
LAKE, a subdivision according lo
the I'lat thereof, recorded In Plat
B...... .7. .it Pagi 29, ,,t the Public
i:.....r.l- of i >.,,h 'ount). Florida
i..... t lied an.i nisi you, and ) "U
an required li i \ a cop) ol yo ir
Vnswei .a pleading lo the Conipjaliil
,,n i'i nn' ii- an.,i ne.v, II Iti IBERT
Ki iLTNi i\V, Mi.. Rlsca) n. RuildJn .
Miami. Florida, -in,I file the original
Answei "i ri- nling in thi offlci
he < the Clrcull Court on oe
If m.ii i.il to a., -, Judgemenl
ill will hi :akin against you for
I: ; n the i'iimplaliil
DATED VT MIAMI D nli Co inty,
ids his I "lb .i.n >>r Sepl n
a
F. I LEATHKRMAN. Clerk of
i Count) 1- "nil.i
(seal) By: C P Cl IPEl.ANl I
I |
II R( IRERT KOLTNOW
AI ton
Riai i) ne Building
Miami, Florida
J


2.
c
o
1<
8
ic
.-<
1.
M
S-
w
In
d(
i-
H
ai
di
n
If
la
C<
gi
s<
pt
c.
ei
Jv
cl.
th
Pi
St.
ia<
e\
an
I I
nv
at
M
Sa
Tf
M
Pi.
tr:
ba
of
of
Cc
Se
Fc
i
Ju
ra
ev
th-
t
Page 16-B
?Jen is*fhridictr
Friday. pltjr.ber 21
UNDIR m iTHICl AND CONSTANT LOCAL KAB
iMICAl UWVUm Of HABBI TIBOK H. SUM
Tishri 1-2
5723
nnsn i
L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU
n

Sept. 29-30
1962
mers
con
Uhanhs Jo our ror their patronaae, may we wish \/oit ana your family
tentment, good health, and tlic fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life
IN OBSERVANCE OF ROSH HASHANAH
ALL POOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS WILL BE CLOSED
SUNDAY, SEPT. 30
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
STORf HOURS FOR THIS COMING WEEK ONLY
MONDAY ..............8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
TUESDAY..........................8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
FRIDAY
WEDNESDAY 8 A.M. TILL 6 P.M.
THURSDAY 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M.
8 A.M. TILL 3 P.M.
STORE HOURS FOR 10.h ST. & WASHINGTON AVE. ONLY
Sn,Cloed-Mon.:7a.nv-9p.W,.-Tue..: 7 ..m,9 p.m.-Wed, 7 ..m,9 p.m._Thur,: m .0 p _ff. ? ^ ^
2091 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
Westchcster Shipping P|ai,
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
NO. MIAMI BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
IN HOLLYWOOD MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


Jewish Floridian
Miam
L F.crlda. Friday. September 21. 1962
Section C
.
i the 19C2 Caribbean Good Will
Tou: officially desiqnated as the Shalom
re mapped at a planning recep-
lion ."ft to right) Jack S. Popick, Ben
'.'.i Lazarus. Akiva Goffer and
Maurice Revitz. Lazarus is president of the
American-Israeli Shipping Lines, and Revitz
is president of the Greater Miami Israel
Assn., sponsors of the cruise.
INTERCHANGE OF GREETINGS AND FRIENDSHIP
Shalom Cruise to be Miami Jewry's
'Peace Corps' to Caribbean Islands
ish community will
.i Caribbean cruise
fron Miami on Nov. 8 in what
their arter has termed "a sort
auxiliary to Presi-
nedy's Peace Corps."
Pri i Maurice Kevitz. of
the fin ler Miami Israel Assn .
i words in describing
Shalom Cruise" aboard
'he SS Jerusalem which will
I rincipal purpose the
inten _( f greetings of
I friendship between
"' State-. Israel and
i nbbean islan Is
1 Jerusalem, sleek new
flagship "i Zim Lines, will car
ry the cruise participants, sail
ing under the official patronage
of Zeev Z. Dover, consul of Is-
rael for the Southeastern United
States, on a carefree sailing to
Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands,
the Dutch West Indies. Martini-
que. Trinidad, the Dominican
Republic and Jamaica
Two of the nations to be visited
have gained their independence
within the past three months-
Jamaica and Trinidad.
l eonard Solomon, one of the
founding officers ol the Greater
Miami I.-rael Assn.. said "It is
indeed an opportune time to be
visiting high government offic-
ials in these new horn nations.
Israel's greatest success to date
has been its ability to create and
then cement official relations
with the newly emerging nations
of Asia and Africa We hope to
be instrumental in accomplish
ing the same end on this voy-
age
For complete Information on
details "f 'he "Shalom Cruise."
gee
PAGES 4 AND 5-C
Swelling Numbers Of
German 'Experts' Now
Live in Nasser Domain

By JOSHUA H. JUSTMAN
JERUSALEM (JTA) More
than seven-thousand German ex-
perts and their families are now
living in Egypt. This large and
growing community comprises both
"new Germans*' and ex-Nazis who
found there a haven in their flight
from criminal prosecution. They
To what reality Washington may
one day awake is something worth
contemplating, bearing in mini
Germany's performances in the
past. Indeed, one wonders whet-1!
er Bonn needs any encouragement
at all for her expanded activities
in Egypt.
Egypt-German relations have al-
arealf engaged ta~the"task of forg- ",ay.s.- been excellent, in the day <
ing the new Bonn-Cairo axis.
The extent to which the building
seem to be gent-rally realized.
of Hitler as in the days of thi
Kaiser and it is surely no accident
is"ha's: processed does not ,hat fol'"wlne th* Na_zl dlfeat '
many of Hitlers henchmen turnel
so naturally to Egypt and foun.i
there their new home. Even tl
seventeen years after hi- pearance, the name of Hitler i
widely venerated on the bank- '
the Nile. An article published by
Col. Auar Saadat, a member
Nasser's junta and a former pre-.
dent of the Egyptian Parliament,
read inter alia: .
When Cairo recently launched
its rockets, it was revealed that
several hundred German experts
had beer, engaged in their devel-
opment. However, the rockets
are only one field in an extremely
wide area cf German involve-
ment encompassing the develop-
ment cf Egypt's heavy industry,
fs natural resources and the
economy as a whole. Also there
is hardly a single armaments fac-
tory in Egypt that does not em-
ploy German experts.
West German aid to Egypt ex-
i eeds that of all other Western aid
combined and in some fields even
that of the Soviet Union. In the
past four years aline tne Bonn Gov-
ernment granted Cairo $300 million
in credits, while much larger
amounts were invested by private
West German firms with active
Government encouragement.
The West German firms of
Krupp. Siemens. "Hochtief" and
others are playing a major role in
"Dear Hitler, I welcome you
again and with my whole heart.
Ycu were defeated, but in fac'
we should consider you the vic-
tor. There v.-ill be no peace in the
world until Germany again takes
her proper place among the na-
tions. Your only mistake wi>
that you opened too many fronts
But we forgive you all because
you remain the shining example
of a national leader. You are im-
mortal and thus we shall not be
surprised if one day we shall see
you again in our midst, as we
shall not be surprised to see an-
other Hitler on German soil" .
Thus the new Bonn-Cairo axis i
the development of Egypt's heavy growing on sound foundations,
industry in the Nile Valley. They
have built the steel and iron indus-
try, power stations, chemical
plants, etc. Soon there is to be
established there a plant for the
production of heavy water, all fi-
nanced by Bonn which has under-
taken to absorb the whole annual
output estimated to reach twenty
tuis Also soon, work is to start
in the building of a new industrial
Bonn quarters assure Israel that
all the aid given Egypt has noth-
ing to do with enhancing Egypt';
military power; it is all pure ecort
Omic aid. These assurances are >(
course meaningless and have very
little to do with present-day real:
ties. There is no clear dividing
line between economic and tech-
nico-military development. What
counts is the direction taken: the
atomic reactor near Alexandria for, aim Nasser never stops proclaim-
which purpose the Bonn Govern- jng what his aim is. and as far a*
menl has earmarked a one-hun- Israel is concerned he does so with
died -million Mark credit. the utmost clarity and frankness.
The list is a long one. It in- Hence Israel can find little com
clue'es assembly plants, the utili- >"rt "> lht' assurances com.ng from
.ation of German patents includ- Bonn, or for that matter-from
ing ones for the building of arm- Washington.
ored car engines, and the avia- Thc danw s'nals t0 tlear-
tion industry. To this, one should
add shippingand indeed there is
hardly a sphere in which one does
not find German initiative and ac-
tive aid in the form of providing
both know-how and money.
All that German activity proceeds
\ Health Fair in Miami
Some 5,00(1 residents of Dad?
county were urged to guard their
health by the eight Dade county
health agencies at a Health Fair
at Temple Israel last Wednesday,
held in cooperation with the Dade
iitgton which hopes apparently that County Medical Assn. Each health
it would constitute a barrier for the agency featured displays in Ex
further expansion of Communist in- hibit Hall and distributed free lit-
[luence in Africa and Asia nature.
fechnion Planning Banquet Nov. 28
L k'. l,l,lli:i1 hanquet will
P'l'l on \o\ 28 at the Fontaine-
[' was announced this
r" ,n N; Louis Glasser. pre*
lh( board Of directors
- ''' Florida chapter Of the
nion Society.
' ,llM '"'- the dinner date.
] ers also revealed
I i time in the his
'''' Florida chapter, one of
f leading industratists
' to appear .is guest
I
["All
" con say at this time is
e i* an American whos"
lm I* planning a precedent-
"*ter,ng installation in Israel,"
Pr*. Glasser said.
P'oselj involved in the plans for
''- affair in November will be
kj ",l"Us member Women's Di-
rm headed by Mrs. Philip Thau,
[Miami Beach.
"Jos win be discussed at a spec-
JTrrt meeting Oct 2 at Mrs.
F"ser s home.
PT; ,rvng Lehrman. spiritual
*r of Temple Emanu-El, and
a member of Technions national
hoard of directors, hailed thc No-
vember 28 event a- "an opportune
time for Floridian Jewry to renew
their support of Israel's oldest in-
stitution of higher learning which
i pened its doors In 1924, and now
boasts an enrollment of 3,600 stu-
dents
He reported he personally inter
Viewed talented young trainees in
Technion.
"We expect this year's banquet
to draw a record-breaking au-
dience, including scientists, engi-
neers, and educa'ors from NASA
ar.d other space agencies in Flor-
ida, as well as nstallations in
rearby states," said Mrs. Glass-
er.
Officers of the South Florida
chapter are Meyer A Baskm. hon-
orary president; David Ponve.
Jacob Rivkin and Sol C. Shaye.
vice presidents; Jack Katzman,
treasurer; Dr. H. Franklin Will
iams, secretary; and Al Sherman,
recording secretary. Leo Rutstein
is Southern regional director.
Newly-elected officers of the Miami Beach
Zionist District attend the first board meeting
of the new administration. Formal installation
will be Oct. 14. Seated (left to right) are Abra-
ham Grunhut, vice president; Harold Shapiro,
president; Louis B. Rudnick, national vice pres-
ident; David Goodwin, chairman of the board.
Standing (left to right) are Herman Wilson, as-
sistant financial secretary; Herman Wein-
traub. treasurer; Jacob C. Fishman, Luncheon
Club chairman; Louis Rabinowitz. financial
secretary, Al Sherman, installation chairman;
Theodore Trushin, vice president; and Joseph
Alter, co-lreasurer. Not shown are Julius J.
Rosenstein. William Smith and Irving Schatz-
man, vice presidents; Abe Rubin, correspond-
ing secretary; Josh Rephun, co-chairman of
the board; and Joseph Meyers, comptroller.


Page 2-*
+JiitfkriJi3ir
Friday, September 2'. 1359
200 Will Testify Against Ex Nazi
NEW DELHILabel A. Katz (left) is greeted by India's Prime
Minister Nehru during a recent visit of the B'nai 3'rith pres-
ident here. The two conferred tor 20 minutes. Katz said later
that Nehru's outloo!< for world peacs was 'encouraging."
the result of "very stow but visible progress." He was en route
to Australia to participate in ceremonies inaugurating a new
B'nai 3'rith district.
Noted Banker
To Speak for JNF
Samuel Seltzer, president of the
Mercantile National Bank, will be
guesl spe iker at the Jewish Nation-
al Fund Council 01 Greater Miami's
first meeting seas in, nexl
Wednesda wing, 3 p.m., at the
Fontair.ebieau hotel.
On the agenda will irogress
r 'port the forthc 1 ning "Me
Ami" de lie ition 1 1 ige lour-
ing here- Oct. 23 tor Israel to liodi-
Ctite the project undertaken by
Greater Miami Jewry unier the di-
rection of the Jew:-.1 \, 'a! Fund
Council.
Leon J El!, pre-: I art )i
Council, and Dr. Irving Lehrman
chairman of the Foundation for tiie
Jewish National Fund, r.'port that
all plans for the pilgrim 1^2 have
been finalized.
Musical program will be
by young soprano, Rose Byrun
FRANKFURT iJTAl *>re
than 200 witnesses have been '"
cated for the forthcoming trial of
i wcrner Heyde, the Nazi '*eu-
th;ma>htlKtoi" and former SS ol
ficer who was indicted in the mur-
der oi more than I00.000 persons,
,ne Hesse Chief Public Prosecu
tion office announced this week.
Dr Heyde, as head ol the Reich
Society for Mental Institutions, was
one of Hitler's duct planners in
the disposal ol those considered as
unfit to live [or various reasons
Evi ence al the various Nazi war
crimes trials indicated that about
60.000 inmates of mental hospitals
and 140,000 prisoners in concen
tration camps were slaughtered in
the euthanasia program,
The announcement indicated
tthat the reason for the long de-
lay in bringing Dr Heyde to trial
was the immensity of the task
ot assembl;ng the documentary
evidence ar.d arranging for wit-
nesses. The indictment totals
more than 800 pages.
According to the indictment, Dr,
Heyde had the final word in
paring medical opinions on thoe
selected to be killed The other
i efendants are Dr Harard Bohse
o| Dusseldorf, charged with n
sibility for the mere} killing" pro-
gram until Vpril 1940 and Dr
,,,- Hefelman. ol Munich, a dose
collaborator ol Dr Heyde. Dr
Bonne is ben, held ... ja with
Heyde, awating the trial Dr. Hef-
elman was released a year ago on
bail for reasons ol health Dr.
,.,,, u;1. charged specifical-
ly with the ."order of 15.000 per-
sons and Dr Hefelman with the
killing ol 73.000.
The trial was be held this tall
before a jury court in 1.:
small town near Had.,
i .t- the site of one ol
Institutions where the
program was carricd_o,
Heydfl assumed the all
Sawade alter World War []
obtained a job as a psychiatric ex.
pert under that alias
Schleswig-Holsteln it.
ment,
People Speak Set for Friday
Social Club
To Meet Sunday
Miami Friendl} Social Club will
bold ,i special meeting for senior
citizens on Sunda> al Beth El Con
gregation, 500 SW 17th ave
Guesl -[icaker will be Phil Sail I
president of the Four Freedoms
Civic Club of the President Madi-
son hotel He will discuss medi
care
Men and women 50 years ol age
and older are invited lo attend the
event, which will include the cele-
bration of birth lays and anniver
sanes currently being marked bj
members.
President ol the club is Max Gar-
shag.
'Why Suicide?" T.iis will ba the
topic of discussion by the People
Speak on Friday evening, 3 p.m.,
at Washington Federal Sai tnga 10 I
iLoan Assn., 1234 Washington ave
Part of a year-round Town Hall
Forum series, the meeting will b !
aidre.--.-i by i)r r-- Davis,
fiade co ml ned -
Dr. Richard S. Wolf, noted psy-
:hiatrlst; Mrs Elizabeth Binai,
(resident if "Friends." a Dadej
ity irganization of suicide pre-
-. and Mr-. Dor-
",'-.: ires lent
::i R se, pr lent it' the \
Pe iple Speak .......leral >r of
--
W K AT - F 11
from BRAHMS
to RARTQK 1
You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on
W K AT - FM
93.1 on your FM dial
MIAMI'S ONLY PURE
CLASSICAL A/ USIC STATION
Programming MORE LIVE Concfl ;'
WK AT F M
SHEMTON^
H0TELs CONFIRM!
BOTH
ROOM
IT'S DONE VIA
SHERXTONS EXCLUSIVE
ELECTRONIC COM PITER!
Just call PLaza 1-0961.
SHERATON HOTELS
65 hotels in 45 cities coisl lo coast in the
US A in Haan in Canada an 1 overseas
149 tl.t. I>t St.. Miami. FR 4
-260
TBAVHING? rSs ..
r*i..o..., 3KT" tail
\ GUS
^/SHAW
\HflW IRAKI SffPVIft |t
5T(AMSHl
WOT 11
GETAWAY TOritS
For Official Rates and Information
1638 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 2-3336
Cbwtiwt. JIaaL
Aailinq,
g/wjrL TKiaml f
mm
'..... ........3r*
' "+1Z ..Am---------1#
VIA THE LUXURIOUS S.S. JERUSALEM
Enchanting Caribbean Cruises
THANKSGIVING CRUISE NOV. 21 st
SEVEN DAYS THREE PORTS
from $220
407 LINCOLN RD. JE 8-0329

i III 4 K IIAIX TRAVEL
A 1 1 APPKuvEP SUB AGEI "
Giller Bldg. 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Miami Beach 40, Ph one JE 1-1195 John E lenard
AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR
ZIM LINES
GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE
540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
bi: i-of.".
ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BI
"EXPRESS" BOATS
ORIGINAL 'PROVEN" BIMINI CRUISE DMT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUT!|
CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS
GROUP RATES ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING Pl*"
* ggyP-'J "SreST. SAFEST
PASSENGER ROATS
* AMERICAN RAGSHIPS
* NEW mSeHS
* J^C'WCAUT DESIGNED
FOR GUIFSTREAM
* iadJo' SM" T0 $H0"
* "ON TIME" SCHEDULE
* DUTY-ftii SHOPPING
* Wl LATOVER PRIVILEGE
* GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER
SI .,!!NG *ND MO" TIME
WITH ANT OTHER BOAT CO
FR 1-4802
D.porl Miami T Ml-ee.1 '
C.IC D.ck. D.PO-' ^,
Miami 1.0011 {!'. *'
FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES
Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436


Friday, September 21. 1962
+Jtnisfi Rcridiar,
Page 3-C
fftof. AHARON KATZIRKAJCHAISKY
Educator Flays
Palling Standard
ioration in Jewish educa-
standards in the community
eplored by Louis Schwartz
. executive director of the Bu-
: Jewish Edueation. at the
. meeting of the Bureau's
: directors.
i clared that the root of this
ration "is found in the short-
qualified teachers, curtail-
. in ume scheduling in the He
fti : noon classes, and resist-
merger by small Jewish
- Is of the same ideology in
ographical areas
h i the recent deteriora
. i hievement," he said "is
. du t" the small school
r. lassification, limited sup-
sub-standard teacher and
isl) limited budget."
tribute to Sol Goldman,
resident of the Bureau of
i ducation, was observed at
neeting This tribute was pro-
Meyer A. Baskin. past
and by Rabbi Irving
. f Temple Emanu-KI.
meeting was held at the
Science Academy
Has New Head;
Succeeds Buber
By Special Report
Appointment of Prof Aharon
Katzir-Katchalsky, a ranking re-
searcher in Israel's famed Wei/-
mann Institute of Science, as pres-
ident of the Israel National Acad-
emy of Sciences, was hailed as "a
rare tribute to a chemist of world
distinction'' by Dcwcv I) Stone.
chairman of the American Com-
mittee for the Wei/mann Institute,
ir: a statement in New York this
m eek.
Katzir-Katchalsky, who beads the
Institute's Department of Polymer.
Research, was closely associated
with the late Dr Chaim Weizmann.1
whom he joined in his scientific
work in 1!MR. He was inducted into |
office by the President of Israel. f
Itzhak Ben/.vi. at a ceremony m
Jerusalem He succeeds Prof.
Martin Buber. famed Jewish mys-
tic philosopher, as president of the
National Academy.
DR. ALBERT SABIN
NCCJ in Greeting
On Rosh Hashona
By Special Report
An appeal for Christians and Jews
to sound "the broad note of fel-
JNF Woodland
Honors Dr. Sabin
By Special Report
Dr Ail'irt B. Sal world-re-
nowned di elopei of th oral p< lie
vaccine bearing his name, at a
dedication ceremony in the United
Slates Freedom Forest now rising
in the Judean Hills of Israel, last
week planted the first sapling of
the IS.OOO-tree "Dr Albert B Sabin
Children's Woodland.'" funds for
which were contributed to the Jew-
ish National Fund by his fellow-
citizens in Cincinnati, O.
Dr. Sabin was met at the site
of the Woodland by the pupils Ol
the nearb) Gershen Agron School,
who welcomed their b< nefactor with
songs and dances
Dr. Sabin. replying to the
speeches of welcome by the direc-
tor general of the Health Depart-
ttew Member Qiientation
New member orientation session
..- I i ... Bt Temple Juoea on
esdaj evening. Rabbi .Mordec.i
ea 11 Temple
..;.,... will induct all new mem-
bers ;.: a special ceremony during
Sabl Bth --< rvices on Oct. 5.
Housing Authority
Reelects Fine
Miami attorney. Martin Fine, has
been reeleeted chairman of tin
Miami Housing Authority for the
third consecutive year.
The 35-year-old attorney, noted
for his work on behalf of the area's
senior citizens, has served on the
housing authority for tin past five
1 years, and is chairman of the South-
< astern regional council ol the Na-
tional Assn. ol Housing and Rede-
\tlopment officials.
The board, at its annual me<1-
ment. representatives of the Min- ing, also reeleeted Henry H. Arring-
istry of Welfare, the Jerusalem ,on ;,v vice president and Haley
municipality, and officials of the Sofge. executive director, and sic-
Jewish National Fund, said that retary-treasurer.
never in my life have I been more Tht, ;Ulthority oomph-ted four
low ship" was made by Dr. Lewis deeply moved than at this place and housing developments in the past
Stone said that Katiir-Ktchl-
sky had made some notable con-
tributions to polymer science, the
chemistry of plastics.
"He has done a great deal in de-
veloping raw materials for indus-
trial application." Stone added, cit-
ing Katzir Katchalsky's work in ex-
tracting plastic substances from
Dead Sea bromine.
Katzir-Katchalsky, who is 49, was
brought to Israel by his parents at
the age of six. He was educated
in Jerusalem and graduated from
the Hebrew University there. He
i^ a Fellow of the New York Acad-
emy Of Sciences, and holds high
posts in other world bodies.
linn ,
Hi was "delighted to learn that
not a single case of polio had been
recorded in Israel during the month
of August.'' said Dr. Sabin.
home Of Joseph Cohen. Bureau
president, who welcomed newly-
elected members to the board of
director-
Cruise to
From MIAMI via AIR CONDITIONED
S/S FLORIDA
ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS
DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE
Webster Jones, president of the Na
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews, in a message for the Jewish
New Year which expressed a wish
for peace and good will to Jews in
America and the world over.
"In the free climate of the demo j
cratio system, all religious groups |
work for the best interests of the
nation." Dr. Jones said. "At times
we may disagree, one group with'
the other, on how tthe best Interest!
of America are to be served and
how the slate should relate itself
to religion and to religious institu-
tions,
"Knt we are learning through
constant and continued dialogue.
10 accept these differences as hon-
est and legitimate Along that
path lies an enriched America '
"We rejoice that here in this
country, in the free climate of the
democratic system, all religious
groups work for the best interests
of the nation.
"May Christians and Jews con-
tinue to work with unabated com-
mitment for these common goals that both parents and teachers of-
and may they continue to sound ten shy away from the subject of
:h< broad note of fellowship upon Nazism, in a well-meaning but mis
which the very survival of our guided, attempt to shield young-
pluralistic society depends sters from its dreadful history.
two years, and a fifth will be open-
ed next June
Noted Writer
In New Story
By Special Report
NEW YORKKay Boyle, one of
America s distinguished writers
and author ol a forthcoming bis-
of Germany, ha- written an
incisive story on how an American
parent tells her child about the
Nazi era.
Commissioned bj the American
I Jewish Committee's Institute of
Human Relations Press, the 38-page
booklet is entitled "Breaking the
Silence." and has been published
as part of the Institute Press pam-
phlet series It was conceived to
fill the need created by the fact
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGFD
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
All your furniture, clothing,
linens, dishes, drapes, tc.
All proceeds go toward* luppoti of
lhe> Horn*. You my contribute. laVo
tax deduction or we will pay cash
lor ume. Dtmimbir ... wo ero NOT
a profit-making organization We
ere helping your community to koep
it* dignity. By helping otheri you
era helping yourtelf! Manufacturer*
end jobbersrememborwe can ut*
til your autcaitt or mitfiti.
Fease call us for early
pick-up.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
THRIFT SHOP
7331 N.W. 27th Avenue
Ph. 696-2101
Clcsed Saturdays
s'44
EXCLUSIVE "QUICKIE'
2-DAY DAYLIGHT CRUISES
A lull day and fuller night in Nassau for sightseeing, shopping,
nlcrtainmaaland an unforgettable day and night at sea!
Captain's cocktail party, 6 delicious meals, midnight snacks,
free deck chairs, games, dancing, movies, duty-free shop-
ping aboard! Sailing Tuesdays.
From MIAMI (3:00 P.M.):SEPT. 4, II, 18, 25;
OCT. 2,16,23, NOV.27; DEC.4,11.
NEW GALA
4-DAY BARGAIN CRUISES
now at regular, low 3-day cruise fares'!
*54 or$5950
Delightful "starlight'' cruise two nights at
sea, three days and two nights in Nassau.
S/S FLORIDA your Floating Hotel 11 deli-
cious meals. All shipboard activities! Most
Sailings Friday*.
From MIAMI (4:45 P.M.): AUG 31;
SEPT. 7,14,21,28; OCT. 5,11.19.26;
NOV. 19,23,30; DEC. 7,14.20,24,31.
?Last 3-day cruise "til winter: AUG. ?*
Askabout SPECIAL 4 DAY HOLIDAY CRUISES!
Make your reservations NOW!
For reservations, see your Travel Agent, or
ci-raiirum on Pier No. 2, Biscayne Blvd. & 10th St.
STEAMSHIP UU. Miami 1, Florida FRanklin 9-3836
Serving South Florida for over halt a century
5723
1962 63
New Year Greetings
POSH HASHONA
SEPTEMBER 29-30
YOM K'.PPUR
OCTOBER 8
THE High Holy Day issue of THE JEWISH
FLORID IAN offers an appropriate, convenient
and inexpensive means of extending your
NEW YEAR Greetings to ALL your relatives and
friends without neglecting or offending anyone.
ORDER TO INSERT NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SfiVD COPY FOR YOUR GREETINGS NOW. USl CONVENIENT ORDER FORM.


v
Pcxre 4-C
" +Je*i$tntrkliar
Fridcy, September 21. 192 II ftj
It's Anchors Aweigh for Shalom Cruise Nov. 8
SS Jerusalem Schedules
12-Day Caribbean Voyage;
Miami Jewry Readies Tour
SS Jems
No*
; itS 1
yage
-
it) Hall I San
-- Fe-
tiei -'
ints Lipon their
Lval.
A cocktail reception and folk-
ric -how are slated at the Inter-
. -.r.ental hotel, with the famed
- and other sightseeing high-
lights slated prior to a 3 a.m. Suc-
. y departure.
A few hours later, the SS Jeru-
salem will dock at St. Thomas, in
the Virgin Islands, to exchange
peace messages with the United
S;.-.tes protectorate on Veterans
Day, formerly known as Armis-
tice Day. After an afternoon of
sightseeing and shopping. Gov.
Payevor.sky. of the Virgin Islands.
will board the ship to deliver a
message on the significant Amer-
ican holiday.
Monday. N'ov 12. will feature a
trip through Martinique s breath-
taking ram forest, sightseeing of
the ruins of St. Pierrem. the Pom-
peii of the western world, which
was destroyed by volcanic erupt-
ion in 1902. Shopping in the ro-
mantic French West Indies will
be climaxed by a special folklonc
show featuring local Ulent aboard
the Jerusalem prior lb a pre-midr
eight sailing
Newly independent Trinidad,
located only seven miles off the
coast of Venezeula. will be visited
the following day and night, with
a 2 a.m.. Wednesday departure.
A shore excursion will include a
complete inspection of Port of
Spain, which has among the most
varied and colorful shops in the
\v. -- lx ii Th( rnor of
Aruba
er g t dig
is
ing as the Zim
ship a
h West Ii A
;. at the
n at
top Jewish leaders of
i ith rr.emb' -
: y...-.~. :-:-.- A--r
An earl) Friday. Nov. 16 ar-
:.. .. in santo Don
age tor an official visit un-
der the auspices of the Con>ul
of Israel and of the Government
of the Dominican Republic. Buses
with English-speaking guides will
take the Shalom Cruise partici-
pants on a sight-seeing tour that
will include inspections of Alca-
zar, the palace of Columbus, and
the oldest cathedral in the West-
ern Hemisphere.
Top Jewish community leaders
will be on hand to greet the lead-
ers of the Greater Miami Israel
Assn., and their guests.
The Jerusalem's final port of
call will be Kingston. Jamaica,
with an early Sunday. N'ov 18 ar-
rival. Prime Minister Busta-
mente and other leading govern-
ment dignitaries will greet the
cruise members, who will spend
the day as guests of the United
Congregation of the Israelites of
Kingston, one of the most famous
Jewish communities in the West-
ern Hemisphere.
A luncheon in the newly-inda-
piident nation of Jamaica win
fallow a sightseeing trip to Casa
Nlonte. which commands a spec-
tacular view of the island. An
afternoon cocktail reception
aboard the SS Jerusalem will hon-
or the members of the United
Congregation and other promi-
nent citizen? of Jamaica.
The ship will depart at 5 p.m..
for Miami.
Flacship ot Zirr. Lines the IC DOO-ton SS Jem- nations. The fully air-conditioned fet -
sciem will ceccr: rrrrr. Miami's Pier 3 ct stabilizer-equipped, is the newest, ir.-r Ml tnd
IC cm.. Nov. 8, carrying 30C Greater Miami fcstest cruise ship now operating ou: c: i no:-
and other Southern Jewish communal lecders ;cc port,
on a mission of peace to sever. Caribbean
Israel Consul Dover to be Patron
1 On Zim Flagship Goodwill Trip
Special Service Aboard Jerusalem
Photographic services are available, and night club shows
trt a daily treat aboard the Jerusalem. Radar and all other
gation arc .-tandard equipment or. the Zim Lines'
Ship-to shore phones provide constant communication
with Great* r Miami a i points
An experienced -hip's doctor and an ultra-modern hospital
are available on a 24-hour-a-day basis without charge
H:.-t' r> in inten I
tions will be made Sov
aboard the SS Jerusalem, when
some 300 leaders of the Greater
Miami and other Southern Jew-
ish communities take part in
the Shalom Cruise, official name
of the 1962 Caribbean Goodwill
Tour sponsored by the Greater
Miami Israel Assn
Zeev Z. Dover, consul of Israel
for the Southeastern United
States, and Mrs. Dover will sail
aboard the Zim Lines flagship
throughout the 12-day voyage to
seven Caribbean islands. They
will act as official patrons
Ports of call include San Juan,
Puerto R;co: St Tu. mas. Vir-
gin Islands: Martinique. French
West Indies; Trinidad and Toba-
go: Aruba. Dut( W -'
Santo Doming Dominican Re-
public, and K.:
The Jerusalem will bear :
of Israel and the United IS I
:o exchang* with top-ranking
government f th<
:
tings
at < t tl
CONSUL AND MRS. ZEEV CCVER
' -
port ol
.---. 5

eei
ex
.
firsl
ft


--... : ace
... I
f Amen and th
I 01
H .:.. '- OCI "
rief si
New Yorl will
gers. alth -


-. tlanti<
- .
c rapi
spoki -

View of the spacious dining salon of the SS the United States. Two orchestras, one Israeli
Jerusalem, which has won international ac- and one Italian, will provide dinner music,
claim for its continental cuisine prepared by and night club shows me scheduled every
2C master chefs trained in Europe, Israel and evening aboard the Zim Lines flagship.
Reservations Still Available
.'' .....hi Shalom I .
'- to Akiva Goffer, via i res ent
Lines Florida Spaci -
be made at the Zin Lines offU
'""'' i Beach Federal bid- 4.7 Lincoln r
'"'' ''' out that passports art r.ot required, al-
I cititenship mini be carried by all cm:-
f,?"u certificates against imal] pox. less
tnr,< rears i are required.
Becausi -, ss Jerusalem will vimi S li.mas in the Vir-
islands. ;r American protectorate, pauengen will 1)6 per
muted u; u Ctt each in duty-free purchases, double the usual
J100 limit m posed in 1961.
r.


Friday. September
21, 1962
* Jlewi sfl fkridfifrir
Page 5-C
FOUNDED AFTER WORLD WAR II
Hm Ports of Call List
Worlds Busiest And
Most Exotic Sea Sites

'-". '' <;:

[ficial name of Israel's
I firm is the
ati m Companj. Ltd
.. popularly known as Zim
rts around the world.
- fleet comprises more than
of Israel's merchant
With some 145 ships now
_ the famed seven stars
: is, Znn now main-
:. heduled sen
re than 20 world-wide
-: To of these ves-
.... foreign-flag ships under
argo ships haul virtually
known commodity, from
to bananas, lumber to li-
as, citrus juices to sacra-
nines Within the past
service has been Instituted
gular basis to the Far East,
.-( Miami's own importance as
mercial stop for Zim ves-
. grow big daily.
passenger liners. Including
med Jerusalem, Israel. Zion.
let, and Theodor Herzl, trans-
approximately ioo.(KX) pass-
ers a year to and from Israel.
een other countries and on
to the Caribbean, Medl-
nean and around the world.
Zim Lines were founded at
i lid Of World War II. in 1!H5.
i three years before Israel
. med independence. Principal
i rs " "1 the world Zionist move-
i nl responsible for immigration.
, Hi.-tadrut. Israel's labor fed-
ation.
hi company's immediate aim
- -am experience and create
!:i icleus of a Injure merchant
fleet i were
to establish a shipping service
, ould handle a large propor
el's foreign trade and
anil : shai ( neral ocean i om merce
: th< grim days i I
irs "l struggle that
follow* Zim was Israel's life-
lini world, it- ships, fi
in number then, brought in vital
cargoes of food, building mat-
erials, machinery and other nee
( ssitU of life
Thej carried tens ol thousands
of immigrants to their new home
land in one of the greatest mass
movements of history This hu-
man drama, subject of the be-t
selling novel and motion picture.
"Exodus," was one in which the
men and women who established
the Zim Lines played an impor-
tant role. The young Israeli mar-
iner who skippered the famed EXO-
dU8 advanced to the post of ship-
master in Zim's employ
In 1952, Zim Line bought con-
trol of the Israel American Line
and the American-Israel Shipping
Co.. Inc., of New York, which be-
came its representatives in North
America. The company also pur-
chased the M. Dizcngoff Co.
(Shipping! Ltd.. which had been
operating cargo vessels between
Israel and North America.
Today, among the ports of call
of Zim Lines are Gibraltar.
Naples. Marseilles, Genoa. Dakar.
Cartagena. New York. Philadel-
phia. Baltimore. Norfolk. Singa-
pore and scores more of the fa-
mous names of world history.
Executive Committee Meet
sul Zeev Z. Dover will come
Miami Sept 27 for an execu-
committee meeting of the
<;>ter Miami Israel Assn.. spon-
- i t the Shalom Cruise.
State of Israel's official
esentative for the Southeast-
' tiit.d States will meet with
mmunal leaders aboard the
rshe\ a. new Zim Lines
.hter scheduled to arrive
< en that date.
ard Solomon, vice presi-
I Temple Menorah, and
i founders of the Great-
Israel Assn said Do-
I hold several meetings
with officers and committee
chairmen.
Ben Essen. Coral Gables at-
torney, has been selected chair-
man of the group's legal com-
nutlet
Zim officials working on de-
tails ol the cruise include vice
president. Akiva Goffer and Yitz-
hak Gerstenhaber, and public re-
lations representative. Gerald
Schwartz.
Goffer said key leaders ol the
Atlanta Houston. Birmingham.
V Ol ans and Other Souther::
Jewish communities will join the
Shalom Cruise.
ng over plans for the exchanges of greetings between
"" United States. Israel and the Caribbean island nations
ie Akiva Goffer (left), vice president of American-Israeli
'Fiorida) Shipping Lines, Inc.. and lack S. Popick. national
vce president of the American Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, and charter director of the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
Locking over a scale model of the SS Jerusa-
lem, Zim Lines flagship which will carry 300
civic leaders on the Shalom Cruise, are (left
to right) Louis DeCoveny, Sidney Ansin, and
Rabbis Leon Kronish. Irving L e h r m a n and
Mayer Abramowitz. All are charter directors
of the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
Cruise Sponsors Include Leading Names
In Miami Area Civic and Religious Affairs
Sponsors of the 1962 Caribbean
Tour, officially known as the
Shalom Cruise, are members of
the Greater Miami Israel Assn.,
an organization dedicated to sup-
porting the cultural, educational
and economic growth of the State
of Israel
President for 1962 is Maurice
Revitz. Miami Beach business.
civic and religious leader, who
also serves as president of Tern
pie Menorah. Revitz. chairman
of the executive committee of the
Hebrew Academy, and a top lead-
er in the Israel Bonds organiza-
tion, recently was elected a na-
tional director of Israel Investors
Corporation.
Other officers of the Greater
Miami Israel Assn. include Ben
Essen. Coral Gables attorney, and
past president of Temple Judea;
Leonard Solomon, vice president
of Temple Menorah; Jack S. Pop-
ick. national vice president ot the
American Friends of the Hebrew
Island Shorts
The average daily mean tem-
perature in San Juan. Puerto Rico
i> 78 :> degrees according to of-
ficial United States weather bu-
reau statistics Lowest tempera-
ture lor anj day of the year in
Puerto Rico history is 62. .. fig-
ure reached only once.
v roudly calls itself lit
io Dutch isle. Caribbean Style,
With a -pla.-h of Spanish and a
touch ol Dutch, it describes itself
as the Caribbean's newest r >
ground, natural and unspoiled,
under the sunniest sun ever and
,,n- ci nditioned bj the refreshing
trade winds The novel tongue of
Papiamento, a blend of Hutch
si ..rush and English. i~ si
with the three regular Ian-
Sights n< Aruba unhide a wild
parakeet sane:nary. I ari..shit
and tin- Pirates' Castle at Bushi-
bana The world's largest sea
water distillation plant, with a
daily capacity of 2.700.000 gallons
of pure, fresh drinking water is
located on Aruba.
Santo Domingo, capital of the
Dominican Republic, is the site
of Santa Maria La Menor. where
Christopher Columbus was buried.
The Fortress of Columbus, built
in 1503. the first hospital in the
Americas, the oldest university
oi the Western Hemisphere, and
scores of other attractions abound
in the free port.
University, and chairman of the
executive committee of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bonds organiza-
tion. who also serves as financial
secretary of Temple F.manu-EI;
and Fred K. Shochct. publisher of
The Jewish Floridian. and active
leader of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Among the other civic leaders
who will participate in the Shalom,
Cruise are Dr. Milton Jacobson,
chief of staff at Mt. Sinai Hospi-
tal. Nathan Kushin. Mr and Mrs.
Ben Frankenstein. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Weitz. Louis Hirseh. Sam
Shiftman. Israel Teitch and Sol
Cohen


JNovel ^J-ctcts \Jhe <_X~5 Jerusalem
The proud flagship of Zim Lines, the SS Jerusalem, is th
largest, fastest and most modern passenger vessel operating out
of a Florida port for the fall season .... .
Completed in December. 1957. the Jerusalem has been kepi
up-to-the-minute by constant addition of maritime improvements
and by continued refurbishing.
She was also the flagship one year ago for the Pan Amen
can Friends of Israel Goodwill Tour arranged by the Greater
Miami Committee for State of Israel Bonds. Many of the 3 communal leaders who participated in the 1961 mission are par-
ticipating in the 1962 Shalom Cruise.
The Jerusalem is fully air-conditioned, and has individual
temperature controls in the cabins and public rooms.
A special feature are her stabilizers, which insure smooth.
|, mreable sa.linc in any weather. The stabilizers reduce
roll from a maximum of 41 degrees down to an almost unnot
ice able three degrees
The ton deck is given over entirely to spacious, beautilulty
appointed public rooms There is a broad Lido Deck surround.
., tiled outdoor pool that is filtered constantly Hundreds
ol square fen of <,. i >; -ce provide for sports sun bathing.
lounging, al fresco dining and dancing.
The mosl modern facilities are to be founci in the spacioui
i itgide cabins. The huge motion picture theater is equipped
to show > n mi vies
[he Jerusalem^ dining salon extends the full width of the
. I elevator carries passengers between decks A 8utj
,.,; ;. gh0] barbi i and beauty salon are to be found
on the Jerusalem ...,.,
A., entertainment staff, including two
- sone Israeli and one Italianand top-notch, profess
i d the-clock activities tor those pass
engers w ho ish ::
HUGE CREW TO FILL PASSENGER NEEDS
Although :h> l< 000 loi SS Jerusalen bas a capacity or 57:
; ssengers, only 300 persons will be carried on the Shi
se, so thai the members and friends of the Greater Miami
Israel Assn can enjoy their voyage to the utmost.
A crew well In excess Of 200 members pro-.ides an almost
one-to-one ratio that exceeds any standards of cruise luxury.
A -core of American. French. Italian. Swiss and Israeli mas
tcr chefs prepare cuisine that is cosmopolitan and lavish. Al-
though the prepared menus outdo almost any luxury restaurant,
the chefs are prepared to satisfy any special order within a
short time. .
Continental food is preferred by most cruise participants,
but the finest American steaks and other delicacies are also
available daily. Late snacks are served from 11 p.m. until
dawn.
'


Page 6-C
rjewist Meridian
Friday. September 21,

Cedars of Lebanon Plans Leadership
Seminar and Dinner Here on Oct. 3
1962
A leadership seminar and dinner
( pied to acqaint trustees and
board members with the progress
ol Ctciars of Lebanon Hospital will
be held on Oct. 3 at the hospital.
1821 NW 14th st., it was announced
!'.- week by president,- Samuel T.
Sapiro
The combined social and instruc-
tive evening will be highlighted by
trief comments from department
heads and a "capable orientation"
en the inner workings of the new
cal institution.
High on the agenda will be a
presentation on the latest status
of Cd*rs' development fund pro-
v SAM GOLDSTEIN
Goldstein Elected
Board Chairman
Sam A. Goldstein, senior mem-
bir of the Miami Beach Personnel
Hoard, has been elected to the
chairmanship of the board, and was
to be installed on Thursday. Sept. 20.
Goldstein has been on the Miami
Beach Civil Service Board for nine
years, and his installation will
mark the second time that he has
been elected as chairman.
Goldstein is well-known in Dade
civic life, currently serving his
second term as president of Temple
Dsrael. and is also chairman of the
executive committee of the Florida
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B rith.
gram, which has been the ve-
hicle for raising capital finances
resulting in construction of the
ultra-modern hospital in Miami's
Civic and Medical Center.
Cedars opened its doors to the
public on Nov. 19 of last year, mak-
ing available 108 beds on the first
three floors. Operating at near
capacity since that date, the non-
sectarian, community hospital is
still unfinished. The top three
floors are vacant, shell-like struc-
tures requiring several million dol-
lars for completion.
E. Albert Pallot. local banking
executive and civic leader, has
headed the development fund,
working alongside such commun-
ity notables as board of trustees
chairman. Stanley C. Myers; vice
president. Sam Luby. Ben Novack;
and David Stuzin; secretary, Har-,
old Thurman; and treasurer, Sid-1
ney Lefcourt.
Sapiro said an announcement will
be made at the leadership dinner
making public the names of the
new members added to Cedars"
trustees list since the summer
months.
Following the program, doctors
and board members will conduct a
question-and-answer period to fur-
ther indoctrinate the trustees.
They will hear statistics concern-
ing Cedars' growth and "its rapid
integration into the huge Medical
and Civic Center as a significant
arm of health care and research,
and learn about the renewed effort
to establish a full cardiac treat-
ment area on the fourth floor."'
Sapiro said.
I
Hospital administrator Sanford
K. Bronstein will greet the of-
ficers and trustees on behalf of
the staff and invite them to tour
the building after the meeting.
Trustees participating in the
leadership seminar will include Sid-
ney M. Aronovitz, Judge Irving Cy-
pen. Dr. Morris H. Blau. Dr. Mor-
ton M. Halpern. Dr. Chester Cas-
sel, Maurice G. Furman. Louis E.
Goldman. Herbert Gelernter. Jos-
eph A. Garfield. Sidney Langer,
Morris Lomaskin, Dr. Max Pepper.
Dr. Maurice Rich.
Also Dr. Reuben Rochkind, Col.
Nathan B. Rood, Robert Russell.
Sol C. Shaye. Saul Silberman, Sam-
uel J. Spector. Joseph Weintraub.
Henry E. Wolff and Stanlev H.
Wolff.
iiS!S!!!!""iMiff'!
Jewish Studies High School
ATLANTIC CITY .ITA --,
Jewish Education Committa ,--
Federation of Jewish charii
voted to establish a high sch
Jewish studies here, it |s ,,:,..
to have the high school opei
' registrar n of students ni i
A subcommitee was establishedS
mediately to plan the cun
for the new school.
%
LEGAL NOTICE
t
New Doral Beach hotel now going up on the ocean at 48th
st Miami Beach. The structure is companion facility ot the
S12 million Doral Hotel and Country Club opened here last
January.
Topping-Out Fete At Doral Beach
~~ clerk :
.. _. ;.u _i....... fr the new hotel, which is located on JrdI day : > i..i- t A n
fall l. .!. to, Jlldg I .. .
will b< i a*alnm
IN THE SMALL CLAIMS CO I
AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLOB-;
No. 1000'6 """DA
.IKKI KCS. N STORKS IN
.i Pin d i
Plain) Ifl
\ t
JOHN I' PITZSlMMi 'N.-
JOHN K WITHKRS
AND STORAGE. INC .
I -. i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO DEFEND
V> if. .ii HN P I rjr.s \|
. !... I'nknown.
ill that a tVmplaii ,
Writ of Rt-ph I
I Z. rmi Rlondi I .
Pet Ni --
i. nu! .lu-.iin--
.. re ilred nn i '
A cocktail party, with olives for
the martinis picked from a gifl
olive tree, sent by the SindicatO
Xacional del Olivo of Spain, was
held this week on the 17th floor
of the new Doral Beach hotel in
Miami Beach.
The traditional topplng-oul cere-
monies were climaxed by the heli-
copter delivery ol Ihe young tree.
flown from Madrid via Iberia air-
lines, then airlifted from Miami
International Airport to the lop ol
) nev hotel which is located on
Ihi ocean al Wth -i
The Dor..: Beach hotel, compan-
i,n facilitj ol the si2.ooo.ooo Doral
Hotel and Country Club that open-
ed last Januar> is being built and
will ;i1m bi i wned and operated by
Alfred L. Kaskel, president of
Doral Enter] ris< -
Tin Doral Beach, being erected
I j cost of Sit......000, will open
this winter's season the first
luxur> hotel to be built in
Miami B< ach since 1955.
at BABY TIME
PRIZE-WINNER STAYS PUT
I
FRANKFURT (JTA) A sur-
vivor of the Bergen-Belsen concen-
tration camp, who won the 1962
German Youth Book prize with a
look on the life and fate of Jew-
ish children in the Nazi camps, has
contributed the cash award of 4.000
narks (Si.0001 to dependants of
ether survivors, officials said here
this week.
Clara Asscher-Pinkhof, the Dutch-
bom Isaeli author, won the award
for her book, '"Children of the
Star.'" but she declined to come to
West Germany to accept it. She
said that '"I cannot cross that bor-
der again."
YOUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite, Inc.
Telephone Answering
Service
SERVING
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanklin
Executive Office
FR 3-5581
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
Met -"UKhi In Hi. I
nol le< .-lii.ll l publlal
foi i week* In Thi
i Do.....in- Ordered ,
day of \
O. J. TAPPAS, Clerl
("our! Dade Co h'
laaal) Mm.. H
l p itj C i
. H
1% COUNTY JUDGES COURT-"
CADE COUNTY FLORIDA
No 54107-C
I it!-: kst \-;\. OF
IOSE1 HINE PI
I
, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
in the c.rcuit court or--e
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCL "OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OaDE
CCi-NTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 9802
.K1.IZ iHNS
' nt II

HNSON
:
- IT FOR DIVORCE
i h ll 'H.VSi N
-
." \
V. II IRL.ES \
notified thai
: '.\ ore* I
* -. and
..?
Bill
Plaintiff,
, M. -- u>; Lincoln
r. Florida an I
i \i.-u. i .., pleading In fftoe el
li. i rk ..i the 'T I
cth da>
II yi do in
. fault a i taki n af
relUI di n ah led in r 11-
ulaliil
Tli .- nutloi Rhall hi
.... ii week for f"iir '
1 Hi: JEWISH II. >l
DONE \N!' ORPERK
I'.. di i till '.th da}
A -i'.
1. I LEAXHERMAN
Circuit Court, de i
B) I. SN '
Demit) i'
ENE I WEISS
40" Llm i In Road
Miami I .>.. ii. Florida
tttoi I- > f. i Plaintiff .,
'
-
N>
O
o
o
o
o
<>
o
3
o
<>
i
o
o
WATERMELON TIME
IS HERE!
Enpoy Ice-Cold Slices at Our Tables
... Or Take Out!
ALSO HALVES AND WHOLE
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
notice under
fictitious name law
notice is hereby
ihi .ir,. im .1 di -
bUKlnee* under tin fl
KEY PERSONNEL, ul
x .-. \U
to refiUti i said nan
ll rouri
hloridi
TERESA GOI I- '
Sole Own j
sg/ppgres^
PHONE IN
YOUR ORDERS
FR 4-2710
FR 4-8783
HI 8-4994
WELCOME WAGON
NOTICE OF INTENTION
APPLICATION
final DI8CHAR

i
JOSKI'II
. ......i and

ui i
ol .
. nroval

-i \
i
RMIDA.-

Kaplan
maM
OR
GE ,i
I
I

I
I
1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
We Pack 'em RIU Hare!
lOaei Polly A.M. 10 rM. mmmmmmm
fl
NOTICE LNOER
F'CTiTIOUS ". I
I
"ll
I
ill
1
1 I.KVINI-
MAS .1
. T-ll-'l


hiday September 21. 19G2
+Jenisti fterilfor
Paoe 7-C
LEGAL NOT C

NOT CE UNDER
- TIOUS NAVE L*W
IS HEREBY
in :.'' I
Ml T VLS
I irlve, Mian I '
-! -.1- I '
. circuit I '
it
II \ I, I .-' '
[.In.*.I sloi
fur R< Istrat
SI.....I
Ida
NOT.CE UNDER
F -TlTIOUS NAVE LAW
IS 1IKKK
.....r |
lilt' fl
- UESTAI'H
\ *
| !! I III "
I'ciurl "'
HENLIL :n '
In Ha. c
. I >
I S A : I
I \' '. I
. Stre
' i i !l
vdmm
BY HENRY LEONARD
-
NOTICE UNDER
r CTITIOUS NAVE LAW
- HEREB' I
i| clesll ;.;-"
del ihi flctl' I I
I'lti il'ERTIES K MO N.E
N rth Mlai
- ~ i
I'lrt'ull if Da la
KHKENCE CAN!
V. C.I
- .....
n .v Alb -n
i -
. SI
1 .
. --E CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
'.m JUDICIAL C O'IdiT OF
DA N AND FOP OAOE
.TV. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C
......-
. \l SADl'R
-
NOT.ce of suit
I AM SALT I
H lu .'-II
I i.


V. EVENTH
I
for
s "or LAKE
N
i
I Haili F
1'arj
\ -
;:;'-,
S-Ii, H.t|i
S'erla S H.t-
Model R :.,:. -
li I
I
.
i i i
;% Iherenl i ..:' -
MARTIN I IN 14
" in
i than > .
i
KATH
..-
s \ r,
' I I'lall
... ,i Hid,,
1 i : .
CIRCUIT COL'flr OF TH =
TH JUDICIAL C RGU'T OF
DA IN ANO FOR DAO E
. -NTV. IN CHANCERY
NO 62C M83
' SAVINGS A N
i.\

\ -
- VLt HSU ind C \Rl >:.
' Wife, el 11.
nt*
NOTiCE OF SUIT
I. VS ALOIS I m I
VLOISK >. '., wife
ran \ i
- V irk
herebj notll
mainst \ <> ;
ELtS\ H I i'
i- oi Ida In I lADB
forrclosi II in- ill
rlh
I HTONEYBR I I
rd I n g to the
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi. nndei Klgiii'd, Ueslri gage il
business undi r he fl< i'.....i
COLLECTION Bl'REAl' OK FI.OR-
IDA at M (ilralda \> enui i
i tables, Plot Ida Intends i"
-in.i ii.mi. with ih. i 'lerk "f i hi i 'ii -
cult Court ..I I lade County, Florida.
i MIA If l-IT 'I- I- I.' >R1I 'A, IX"'.
B> E. Melvln I listillei fassl sei ) i
in II.i col p, i Sole > n. r
,H IHN II "AMI. J R
Attoi iip) foi Applicant
KID Alfred I iluFoni Bldg
9 14-21-2S, I" :.
"James, if the Rabbi says it's
trefe, give him an argument."
LEGAl NOTiCE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COLNT> J-OOE i CJI.3T \
IN AND FOR OAOE JOUNTY,*
FLOR DA N 'ROBATE
N) 57011 a
IX RE I:
EMMA Kl'.RS
IS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All I tmillav-
..:'-.:
You
i i ids i LKEP & ANKl's',
. .ii 'i \ ,i;j Vttorue) for San
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES
; he undi rslgm d, desiring
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBl lilVKN that
the undersigned, desiring i" nimn In
I'li.-m. s- under i he fli til ou* nami ul
ARTHCR I'AMDEN ul S34 N.E 2nd
Avenue, Miami 38 ini.ii.l-. i.. reglstel
said name with the Clerk >:' thi
cull Courl "i I'iiil.- t'ounty, Florida
MKI.VIX VYEISS
'.' I l-.'l -_'N I" 5
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 52028-C (Clark)
I RE: ESTATE i P
IRVINti FRANK, formerl) known
.is isiii.ii Frank
I 'ei eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR
FINAL D.SCHARGE
NOTICE is herelij given that I
have filed m) final report and peti-
tion for Final IMscharare aa Executrix
"I ih. estate of IRVINti FRANK de- :
ceiiBed: and that on the Mh da) of
October, 19*2, "ill apply I" the Hon-
orable lieorK" T Clark "'"iintv Judgje I
"f Hade County, Florida, for approvil
"I s.ii'i final report and for final dli
i hai u'- .1- Exei itrlx "f I he Extati ol
IRV1NII FRANK, den.....
This iimIi da) "i April, l2
HETTY I- RANK, Executrix
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jeni$fi flcridliidir.
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Vial I 16 3-1605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
ii i
v
.n.
:. nami ol
TRKASCRE ISI.ANH SERVICE SI'A-
Tl IN ill 1 ^M ISM null '.in-. .i> ,
lla) Vlllam lot Ida Intenda to
(later s.iiii name iili the i "let k ..:
the Circuit Courl ul I I ml
SAM S( 'I >H 'KS( IN
i|S
hIIi ;,--iii
.,- K \i -. SHNE I le 12 I l.lni in Rd Miami Reach Ha
.,...I late of H i :' I I-2I-2S, I" :.
- if .' i i count-
and fill and NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMANS SALE
to enKUK" '" x l:' '''' SHAIMRI I
Ai t'.i ii. \ foi Exei \

i
- in-
... Flor-
ida, within rott
the time of I here-
i" or th'* same > re I
it Minn Id i
la) of Sept. A.D
SAMIEL K IS IN !R
\-
m
-
\ K FIN s v :" n
\ .. \
! : 'ongr i "
H. 10/5
NOTICE 3N PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N i\J FOB DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
\0 62C 1307
MAX VRTE,
I'laintl
\ s
i \ QARTE
I i.M.i:
SU T FOR DIVORCE
IDA ISA
27 11 Bronx P-irk E ill
Bronx, Ne 'i
You i rl that a Bill
,f Complaii '- ilnat
iu, and you i i I t> er>
if >our Ana > ling to
:. Bill ol ... he Plaint-
NtVI'ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
b) \ Irtue ol i 'hapti i '.. of K
Statutea Annotated (1941), W'are-
kouaenien and Warehouse Recelpta
wherein ACE-R.B. VAN LINES, INC.,
:i Florida corporation, b) virtue "i Ita
n trehouae lien, bus m Ita posaesalon
the following described property:
Household Hoods As th. |o|iert) ,;,,,,,;, _,.,..;
..I Murra) tsotlinsky, lust known ad- |. hnrreil
Iresa 588 E. ''1st Street, Brooklyn,
N \ and that "" the I "-tit day of
October, 1982, during the legal houra
..f sale, mainly between 11:00 f.iri--
iiM.ii and 2:00 In the aften.....n, it
2136 X W. 24th Avei..... Miami, Flor-
ida, the undersigned ahull .rf.-i- for
-ul.- t" the highest bidder for cash
In hand the above described property,
as the propert) of Murra) Ootllnsky,
last kii..n addreas 588 E 91sl Street,
Brookl) n. XV
Dated ."" Miami, Florida, thla 71Ii
daj September, 19*2
ACE-R.B. VAN MNE8, INC.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56762-B
IN l:i: Kal it. of
X" i.\ll II. STAl IK,
Hec ll a. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'redltoi and All Pi raona Ha> -
Ima "i I inand: Vgainsl S fl
You are ben b) notlfieil .' nd re -
inir.-'i to |.i. sent un) clnlma und di
manda which vou ma) l,.i\. against
tin eatati of Xi >AH II STA" IE de-
. ..... .1 lati l >ad< 'nunt). Florida,
lu ihi "nili\ .iiiilu'.-- of I 'adi i
ami file the name in their off..... In
the County Courthouse In Hade Coun-
ty, Florida, Ithln six c n ; n fl ii i
.....mils from thi date of th< first
hereof, or the same "ill
notice by Publication
in the circuit court 0c the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dadi
county. in chancery.
No. 62C 9805
I" illN I'll" 'MAS I 'I 'I.AN
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARUARET MARY I >' >I.AX.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARl I VRET M VRY I M 'i.A S
109 i ink Strei I
Rrimkl) n, New York
ii, MARl; \ RET MA RY i i .AN',
hereh) notified that i f
i 'omplalnl for I Hvon has been I I
against you, and you nre requl i
, op) of s "in Anawi r ot .
ing t" the Bill of Con
Plaintiff's attorney, SACEI. .-
195 Blltmore Way, Cot
Ida and fib the original Answei
Ph adlng In the office "f thi "lerk
the 'in till "iirt on or
15th da) of 11. !..!.. i. 1962 If you fall
In do ati, Judgment b> defaull
tnki n against you for thi
inandi .1 In thi Bill
This notice ahall be pub ;
. k lot foui ronai wees t
THE .1 EVVISH FLI >R1DI VN
1'i'Xi: AND ORDERED it
this Mill da) of
A I' 191
E II LEATHERMAN, i
irl I lade t" mi
It) I. s DePIETR
Deputyi
SAMI'EL STEEX
195 Ftlltmore Way
Coral Cables Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
I /14 21 2
I KM \ M STACE
Administratrix of the estati ol
NOAH II STACE, ......
Lau Office* "f LEONARD II WOI.P,
Attorne) f"i the Admlnlstt
B) : !.' i- F 'ohen for :)"
11"." s IV. First St., suit. :'"7
Miami :':. Fla FR S-6S81
: 7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 56493-C
IN RE Estate of
FRANCIS A TABOADA
Di eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Attorn. v KWITNr.Y, To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ESUl'IRE, I2'i Mi load Mlamll|nR c'lalma ..i Demands Attains! Said
Beach, Morlil i ml f'le the _>rlglnal Ks,
Answer or le office of
thi ierk : the ill iuri >n or
[h. i iei
lg nt
i-m rot
lief dent n le I In th Bill of
' .mi'!.' ini
; in- noi lubllshed ince
i n-i :. for f.ut weeks
In ill i: JEM ISH !' i" iRIDIAN
!" in E VND iRI : : : il Ml mil
. : this 27th i i) Augusl A 11
i:. i: LEATHE \N
rt Dad : :' l .
B) DONALD 'HNHAN
i i
PAIX KW1 \
12 i.i'i "in i:
i
. M.|
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56891-B
9 il-L'l IN RE Estate of
Rl IBERT '' SI' 11 W \i:TZ.
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'redltoi a and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* "i Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vi.ii .,!,. hereb) notified and re-
quired i" i" -in ..ii* clnlma and d<
in.mil. which you ma) have against
the estate ol ROBERT C SCHW VRTZ
di eased late < I >ade ''"inn I
Ida, to thf t'ounty Judges "t Dud.
County, .mil file thi sami In their
offices' in the "'..iiiii> Courthouat' In
Dude Count), Florida, within six ral-
, endar montha fr..... the date ol the
state ol ll.AXi .- A iai.oaI'A n pub||,.a,|on hereof, or the aamt
' lte "' '; ', """: '1",|- will be barred
\,.i are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claim* and de-
mand* which \ "ii ma) have against
the
I.-.
i'ta. t" the Count) Judges of Dad
fount) ni'i file the same In their '
office* in the Count) Courthouse In Mx
Datle County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, "i the Baltic
will be barn .1
ALLEN >"' "PER
Administrator
W KENT JAMESI IN
Ai tome)
I 1784 N.W. JSth Street
B/SI, '.' 7-11-21
ZKLDA Si'MW m:iv.
SOL CRAMER
' MERMELL
Attorney
i^n" s \\ Third \venue
Miami 36, Florida
'' 7-1 1-21 -28
'
Pij
orded In i 61 al
"f the Publl B -cot i il
int). Fior la, togetl
' Rel :..,' ill
required I i I lur i n
ntlff'a .un ilalt
' he afot i 'ourl > l
thereoi
, MARTIN FINE I Ith F i >r
Bl iml Fl -
Her than iv, ihe
e Pro '' infe 11 will be
"1st VOU.
B i.i:\th".', \ .
of the Clt lourl
x \ i i ': v. E r r.
IN FINEPU,yCI
for Plaintiff
I '"i. r- leral Bids
orida
_^^^^ i 14-21 28, tO/1
- .NOTICE UNDER
'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
HEREB! IIVBN
I to ; :
ruler thi I tfi nil
W APA
I North Mil
Inti nd to [iste :
ii the i
i-' ii
y tv ix. i
i in Flo la
MELSi II
Applli ,:.t
Road
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLO'CiAi. C ^CuiT OF
FLORIOA ,N ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO 62C 1249
ELIZABETH JANE PYATTB
ilntlff,
RALPH PYATTB,
Del id int.
ORDER TO APPEAR
Y T. RALPH I'V.X P E R -il.-n.-.-
I'nknou n. are h.....fled that a
implalnt f"r llvorce laa been filed
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 9809
-'MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINCS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9250
VIRCINIA MARIE FELTON
Plaintiff,
ill VRI.HS KENNETH FELTON,
l lefendanl
ORDER TO APPEAR
Ydl'. CHARLES KENNETH FEL-
TON, Residence I'nknown. are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Di-
vorce has i.....n filed against you and
you are required t" serve a Cop) <
your answer "ii Plaintiff's attorney,
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a I'nlted
> itea coriMiratlon,
l"...nitiff.
\ H
Mil.IIREI' U.MOND, know n now
,s MILDRED OPHELIA SMITH, a
single \\ "in.in. : al .
I lefendanta
NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl ESTHER SCHi lENTHAL
Vi .I \l:i: II EREB^ X' ITH IEI' that
suit Ii i- been filed in th< abm e-st) led
-..in i i., forei lose thai certain morl '-
gug, lv, ,i b> ''. I. E X X WILLIAM
WOOD, n: and VIDA SKILLMAN
WOOD, lii- wife i" MIAMI BEACH
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
: I'. Kla
8/31, il/,'14-21
m i nisi yii
Dated this 24th I u if A :-"- "'-
i: b LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Florid i
Bj HELEN K idSLER
Deput) '
i r-14-21
NOTICE UNDER FIC TI T 0U S
W.'E LAW
N ,T, ;.: \ thai

if MAC HEN
Mia
- a I d n a t
I i
,. II W.i-'.
-. I, INC
\ pot I'i'HI
lly DAVID LEVINE, I
8/3:, .1,7-11-21
Circuit Courl Dade County, Florida Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book
I seal I B HELEN KRSMLKR ". page S!l of the Public Ri......-
Deputv Clerk of liade County. Hoiida: and vene-
< SI, 9 7-1 I-'-". ti.ni blind*,
_________________r____ ___^___ You an req ilred in servi cop) ol
your answer or pleading "ii the Plaint-
NOTICE UNDER attorneys, MEYER WEISS,
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ROSEN .v ROSE I Lincoln R
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that Miami Read I nd fib Ihi
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In u *'ei In the Office of the
bUBlness un.l.i the fictitious name of clerk ol Ihi Circuit Court, .m or be-
SHENKMAN INSl'RANCE AGENCY fori ': 16th da O "bet 1982
,i i||,i s. \\ :ri Street, Mlani ylsi Ihi i said Com-
i.-,,:i,i, intend* register said name plaint ill as confessed b)
It h i he 'lei k of thi i 'It i ull i 'ourl > ou.
of l lade "ounty, Flot Ida
HERALD SHENKM VN
Sole Iwner
KKSSLER CARS
\ tppllcanl
-
W. Isl
: -
B .1. I 7-M-21
DATED nt Miami. IHldt I
F.....la nils nil' da) "f Septi mbi I
]'.:.'
E, B, LEATHERM VN, I"
...,l. Bj I. SNEEDEN,
Deput) Caik
:> I 21 -'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C-8930
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS VND
l.i IAN ASSi ICIATH IN i IF HIA1
a cot pora I i......rganlsed ul !
laws "i th. I'nlted Sta
Plaintiff. ,
vs. i
ELVIN P Jt lYCE, JR an I
I 'I \X A l< .1' lYl 'i:. Ins l
II.....!ll|iT.'Ilt.
I lefendanta.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl i: ELVIN P, JOYCE, JR.
, o Pegg) Jo) re
.'7 Mat c) Street
1 i.-. li"lii. New Jet si l
YOl", ELVIN P JOYCE,
li,-i eh) notified that a lompla nt I i
Foreclose Mortgage and for other
equltabli relief against th. following
ib -, ribed property, to-wlt
Lot 22, H.....t 17, CAROL CITY
HARDENS, according t" the !"'. it
then of, i corded In Plal Book I .
Page 131, of the Publli Rei t i- t
Dade County, FJotida,
ha* bee.n filed against you and > > i
.,:. i. quln 'l to r> a i op) of y iur
.iii-a, i ,.i "tin r pleading l i I
i 'omplalnl on the Plaintiff's attoi
DANIEL SEPLER, I"" Hlaleah I"
Hiali all. I- lorlda, and file thi orlg
answer other pleading In the ofl
"i the cii rk "f the Circuit i
or befon the sth da) -f Ictober
If you fall t" 'i" so, Judgment b) i- -
fault ill i" taken against you for
lhi i. lb t demanded In said
plaint t" Foreclosi Mortgage and for
,.i hi qultnble I ellef This : I
shall be published once eai li
four in consecutlvi weeks In tha
Jewish Florldlun
I lated this Itli da) of S< '

E i: LEATHERMAN, I
i 'ii cull 'ourl, l lade i 'ount) Flot i
is. all B) : c P Cl IPELA S
I lepul j 'lerk
DANIEL S'EPLER.
| Attorm ) for Plaintiff
loo l Mali ah I H Ive
lli.il...... Florida -I'h Tl' 7
, ______________________ ___ 9/7-11-2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7572
CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN VSSOCIATION OF
illai.kail. a uoralIon o
in,I, i the la wa ol thi I'nlted Stat -
Plaintiff,
I s
I'll VRLES 'HESTER SEARS,
I left n.lalil
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN pur
to a I- in.' I I '' n < ol l ii,, ;,.- -
dated September 7. 1962, and ,n-
in i 'hand i j i 'aae X. 62C 7573
,.i thi if nt Courl of th.- Eli >. n'li
Judicial Circuit in and for Dade
County, Florida wherein CITIZENS
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN
VSSOCIATION OF HIALEAH, a ror-
i,"iaii"ii organised under thi laws if
tli, I'nlted stat. s Plaintiff, an I
CHARLES CHESTER SEARS Defen-
dant, l ill aell t" th.- highi si at I
bi -: hlddi i t"i .ash al the South
'l,,.'r "i t hi I lade 'ount s Co
house In Miami, Dad< 'ount y. F it
i at 11.....V.M on the 3rd
day "i toher, 1982, the folli
bed pr..... *v as set forth i m i
Decree, i
I...- of I \l.
GARDENS .,.....ding I
Ihi n of, as i .. orded In Plat
e 131, of the P ihll R -
nrda of I ladi
Dated i his 12th da) ( pi
1962,
I' i: l.i: VTHERM \ '
Court, I 'ade Count I
-. ,,i B) FERN E OOLI '.x ;
Deput)


,

'jewrst ^rrfr^r
J*-,Tf
:
H ss-mari anr

Mr i orrwr.
Tii ^r^f or inaemrtrfoation
uTMVL

J "" -"
.' -* a.
" ""
" siwtr feJBMH
-- m mdmmmt taA
"war -




M



:
Xc

MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
_ .

-

g ..-.' :/.;

/.'
m.
luvo: amuf
**. mmm* .-> <:**. nmm