<%BANNER%>

The Jewish Floridian ( October 5, 1962 )

UFJUD

PAGE 1

"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY jlume 35 — Number 40 Miami, Florida. Friday, October 5, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* State' Says Missile Sale Is One Shot Deal %  Irges More \id to Arabs kspite Boycott f\\ \SHINGTON — (JTAI — The ate Department contends that to the Arab states should be ineased despite continued Arab disfi initiation against American' us. the Department made known: the House Appropriations Sub^inmittee on foreign operations, it; revealed this week. [Phillips Talbot. Assistant Secrery of State, conveyed the Detriment's views in testimony on reign operations appropriations, 1963. The Subcommittee ask-| Mr. Talbot why aid to the Arabs | being increased in view of' tab boycotts, blockades, and dis-j {minatory tactics affecting Amer-1 citizens and American inter|Mr. Talbot replied that "when comet to using the aid instrusnt at a club on one country or other, we think that in the terican interest there are likeContinued on Pae 13-A Yom Kippur will begin with the awesome Kol Nidre service Sunday evening. The blast of the Shofar. hallmark of the High Holy Days, is here attended by young patients at the National Jewish Hospital at Denver, opened by B'nai B'rith in 1899. Angry Student Crowd Breaks Up Mosley Lecture in State Univ. BUFFALO. N.Y. — (JTA) — Sir Oswald Mosley. British Fascist leader, broke up his lecture at the State University of New York here this week under shouts -Nazi" and •Jew-hater" from the angry audience, lie ducked through the hack door and escaped while some of the students in the hall held the angry crowd back. I The lecture came to an abrupt Tells Arabs Decision Was Imposed on U.S. Without Prior Military Consultation SIGNIFICANT POLICY CHANGE PAGE 7-A UNITtD NATIONS COMMENT PAGE 11 A GUMON WARNS OF FORCE PAGE 13-A WASHINGTON — (JTA) — The Department of State is seeking to minimize the extent of the American response to Israel's defense needs, and has informed the Arab states that the sale of Hawk missiles to Israel is a one-time transaction and not indicative of any continuing U.S. commitment to Israel military requirements. United States diplomats, it was learned from official sources, have told the Arabs that the decision to provide Hawks to Israel was not recommended by professiinal diplomats but was imposed by higher authority. In order to dispel what the State Department regards as a "misconception" of the Hawk transaction, diplomats are stressing that this is neither a change nor a reversal of long-standing policy. In view of these diplomats, the U.S.A. intends to continue to avoid becoming a supplier of sophisticated weapons to Israel. The Hawk deal was characterized as a single decision to meet a temporary and specific need for an improved Israel air defense. It was in the meantime learned that the Hawk agreement so far only represents an expression of willingness to make such a sale, it is dependent on negotiations of terms yet to be worked out. Meanwhile Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen, of lolda Slates Talks With op Leaders at UNations Dean Rusk for a 90-minute confer-1 ence. Another meeting of the two I diplomats was scheduled in the | near future. Spokesmen for both i foreign policy chiefs said the meetShe met with Secretary of State 1 ing took place in an "excellent at mosphere." Mrs. Meir also conferred with Acting Secretary General U Thant and foreign ministers of many other member countries at the UN. In these talks, she discussed issues affecting Israeli positons on topics on the agenda of the rent General Assembly. She address the Assembly on Oct The' first ela-h between UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — rs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign |inister. pursued this week a busy und of conferences with top ofcials of the United States and the Inited Nations. Goldberg Takes ligh Court Oath end when Mrs. Isa Klein, wife of a Buffalo rabbi, jumped from her •hair and called Mosley a "Fascist Jew-Hater." Mosley replied he as never a racist. His reply provoked shouts from the audience "You are a Nazi." A number of persons then surged toward the platform, but a group of graduate sludents surrounded him and forcod the crowd back, while he quickly disappeared. On his arrival here, Mosley was met by students carrying placards reading "No Nazis Here," and "Keep Our City Clean." At the airport, Mosley Continued on Page 5-A %  Argentine Jewry Alarmed By Minimizing of Violence Continued on Pa.ge 11-A BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — A leading spokesman for Argentine Jewry expressed severe alarm Tuesday over efforts by the Argentine Government to minimize the extent of the anti-Jewish manifestations here because of their ef1 feet on public opinion abroad. Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. president WASHINGTON (JTA) — Arbua J Goldberg, the fourth Anier:.n of Jewish faith to serve on liir United States Supreme Court, sworn in Monday as the court ,pened its 1962-1963 term. President Kennedy attended the brief swearing-in ceremony of his former Secretary of Labor. Also attendance were Attorney Gen Iral Robert F. Kennedy. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, several }ther Cabinet members. Speaker of Continued on Page 6-A curwill 9. Arab delegations and Israel at the 17th Assembly occurred when the Arabs fought this week to prevent the .lectum of an Israeli delegate. Miss Hava Hareli, to the post of vicechairman of the Assembly's Committee on Affairs The Arabs won a post ponement on the voting for the Algeria Marks Saddest Holy Day Observance in Centuries of DAIA. the central Argentine Jewish representative organiza tion. told a press conference that the statement by Minister of the Interior Alvaro Alsogaray about the anti-Semitic manifestations was "encouraging," He warned, however, that as long as the govern ment permitted the formation and training of Nazi groups as assault troops, "there will exist the danger of physical aggression against ALGIERS — (JTA) — The sadholding regular services here, only j,, ws even jf tms might not be calldesl Rosh Hashona in many centwo are functioning now. Of the e(( anti-Semitism." turies was observed here by the more than 30 rabbis who were here decimated Jewish community, prior to the vast exodus of Algerno more than 4.000 of a lan Jewry. onlv four remain. Of mimic and Financial, JhnB rf to^-—-^ ^ ^J ^ ^ jg memhers of tne ished in this capital The Days pc.in-ii...... .... • %  •,""•; -~f we nere arc indeed, days of E&2 swasffva is3 -— a nd T* virtually assured! Of the 12 synagogues previouslyIsrael Welcomes Euromat Possibility TEL AVIV — (JTA) — The de!'faion of the Council of Ministers "> the European Common Market It., open negotiations soon for an [agreement to provide trade links [tor Israel with the six member na[tions was welcomed in Israel this l^eek. However. Israel officials The Council made the decision after examining a report on the problem prepared by a technical committee which met last week at the EEC headquarters. The decision was regarded as unprecedented, the first time that the Commphasiied that' the negotiations I mon Market will consider a corn would nrobablv extend over a I merc.al agreement with a country i-ngthy period. since the formation of Euromart. The decision was believed to be in effect an act of political concern by the six Euromart members who took into account the fact that Israel is politically and economically isolated in the Arab world, that Israel has its export ties essentially with the six nations, and that without some kind Continued on Page 6-A sistoire Iraelite. only four are still here. These include Henri Gozlan, who retains his post as municipal veterinarian for the city of Algiers. and Georges Moatti. who owna grocery store in an area inhabited by Moslems. Rabbi Gilbert Seror, one of the four spiritual leaders still here, showed the community's helplessness as he presided over the Rosh Hashona services. He tried to preach what he called "encouragement and hope"—but his efforts were half-hearted. Separated from their kin, so many of whom had departed, the Jews here are also separated inContinued on Page 11-A Dr. Goldenberg advised the Argentine Jewish community that although it was well-organized. it was imperfectly prepared for the abnormal times through which Latin America is living He noted that the anti-Semitic process was prolonged and the manifestations would not soon subside. The community, he said. Continued on Page 5-A u \Aott\ ^/Xipppur What this holiest of the Days of Awe means to you. j See 1 1, .! PAGE 10-A .; MM



PAGE 1

Page 2-A Kci -, Nidra ;:•'•• •>// %  it n t/?f/j Yom Kippur Sunday E\ '^ ...... • %  < %  Tiu Day of Aton •. will ii ', i > the i l h sei ftii %  • bat i % %  %  •. %  Ro h '. %  .. Kippur. Fridaj evenii i I Temple Beth Shirah, ''. >-" So Dixi • huy will be n I 8 15 p.m. B i Morris A Skop's Iheme will be %  •Return to Whal and d Saturday services at 10 30 a m., h • will speak on "The Life of Hosea Yom Kippur services will be held at the Cutler Ridge Community Center 20239 So Dixie hwy., with .. i • %  r 1 1 r "> r r t %  • 11 t' •.- T II C "Remei tin!:" will %  the ser non Neilah services i Rabbi Sk .. and Cantor t -,, nU r Emanuel i Herman K Gottlieb and an 18voice choir chanting the liturgical portions of the liturgj Kol Nidre services will be held Sun aj al 7 p.m. Sermon topic v ill be Whj i.it Difficult to Forgive?" Yom Kipi wil start on Mondaj al 9 \l n w ith the Yizkor sermon to be in "I irgetl ing to Re member' Children service is schedi p m. T.-mple Judea • rmo ave.. Coral l ili hold Fri la: evei ii ser t 8:15 p.m., with %  a sp< onj inducti meml nto the congregation Rabbi Mi rdecai Podet's ilif liturgit il p >ri ices Rabbi Max \ Lip •'! --•• %  bj i anti r B ai.d the choir undei ul M ri m Doi ;i! eeth Torah Corc;regatioP %  ei ing n • %  %  %  Id at 6 i Davi son Saturday mot On Sundaj egin at the 6 i n .' u bi sermon will be on "Returning to 01 ; :!i „, > .-. Fundamentals." During services on Saturdaj morning at 10:30 ii m Rabbi Podi antor H. Rich: the I %  hed [ins at 7:4; •ii.Torah r< idi in I ard Brown will officiate at the Bar lne ,,. nn ,, n .,: Mitzvah ol Irwin, son of Mr. and Mrs Saul Parcus. Kol Nidre service will be held on Sunday at 7 30 • %  P %  g Ri : • for the Prn t ..:.. Yizkor •..dl be lu'ld .ii 11:3 n p.m Yom Kippur services are \ e ilah al 1:30] sceduled for Monday at 10 a.m., .„._ ,,.,,,,. shofar al 6 15 p n Friday evening services at P'igler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 NW 51st pi., "ill hold Frtdaj services at 6:30 p.m. During Sal ur aj morning services, beg al 8:30 a.m., Rabbi I'.rI R I eld will officiate at the Bar Mitz vah of Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs, Abe Bloom, and Robert, s n ii Mi and Mrs. Barry Clein. V m K pur services will be usher I on Sunday at 3 p.in i th '-. at 6 p.m. Monday's schi al 8:30 a.m and the rea ling I Torah at 10 30 a m. Rabbi I fel sermon al 11 a.m. w "How Are You Yizkor v .it 11 45 a m.. with '.. ling %  >: the Shofar al 6 15 i> m. "Justfce Vs. Coi with Yizkor memorial services al 5:45 p.m. Children's services will be held at '-' 30 p m. Dade Heights Jewish Congregation, 14U1 NW 183rd st., will hold Friday evening services at 8 15 p.in Rabbi Harold Richter's sermon will be "Return, oh Israel." During Saturday morning services. beginning at 8:30 a.m., Kenneth, son of Mr and MrMurray Kay, will observe his Bar Mitzvah Kol Nidre services will begin on Sunday at 5:30 p.m., with Rabbi Richter's sermon topic to be The Melody of the Victorious Monday morning schedule starts at ":3o a.m.. with Yizkor at 11:30 a.m TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIM I Won't Upset The Stomach Annc;;i& n >l Illy fivei ttronyer, { alter reliei i of headache ut Is also safer. Won't upset the Stomach and ha? no Lad effect!. You •ee, Anaci.n is like %  p~e•crip n Thst :Al icin contain! not ju*t onbut a % %  I •aft'oii of medically proven, active ingredient!. Scientific reiei I" oved no 9tngl§ drug can ,: vt tiff yet •ucb safe relief as A:.acin Tablet*. FOR RE\T NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL 'for Weddings, Bar Mitivahs, Par k ties, Meetings (Rooms and Hall) Call the Israelite Center Ha HI 6 6645 "s 5 N : ,W Yom Kippur • it 3 4 V Safe 1 '. •: \ ': %  % %  %  p.m., y ser start •., at s a.m %  be "If Not N : -• • .• %  • %  Tifet %  %  %  Set n %  • al Tempie Be-h II, 135] %  i I ") %  %  a m. Y im Ki tegins vith Kol N t 8:15 p.m 3 r\ is M begin at 11 i :i sen ice it 2:30 p. n strvi< • s sen ices %  Dr Joseph R. Nai s al l %  •• Naiol lies ., PS at 1 \ r serv.c • ind Can %  %  B:h Emelh Congregation, \\\ :ul it a is .'. HI C Mil -ed on Fage 9-A ^ TERMITES WORN ALL YEAR fe i 'O CONVENIENT LOCATION? Right in the Heart of DOWNTOWN MIAMI letropolitan Bank OF MIAMI 117 N.E. FIRST AVEMJI Ffl 1-S34I Ready access to any I Itestrvs deporfrrenr or any officer> H .p 81 .i ..federal no u"-e:e5sary waiting.., .,' nAKKI Oeposit insuranct Free parking, too. ,. L 0, T 0P of the Boorc THE BEST WISH FOR ISRAEL AT THE NEW YEAR is to make the Neqev Green by buying Bonds.' MAYSHiE FR.EDBEAG I BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI Or!. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami B"-arh JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 Complete end Dependable Title Service M IAMI TITL€ & Qtetmct Co, 36 YEARS OF TITLE ::-.. ZE IN TATE CCJNTY • ESCROWS ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 104 Northeast First Street TefepfcoiM FRanklin 3-3-13T PJtfSCR.'PTfON 0Pnci4 N j FASHION ENTER CF THE largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men a,,d Women fKtl Vt' -• ,., kiu (ONVfWtNl TO BUUS 728 LINCOLN ROAD O.i the Aloll) Phone JE 8-0749 OCUUSrS' PBIVR'PHOIIS flltJn CONTACT LENSES DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK M. LIEBERMAN & SO^S -. WW M.LIEBFRMA" ''_^^ s J ^^* %  ooiiir.s.\ -i STOR^E WARE-: *2f\, LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO A?.'D FROM NEW JERSEY • PHILADELPHIA • BAL'IMCRt ALBANY • WASHINGTON • BOSTON PitOVIDcNCE ond all other points Weekly Service fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse 1204 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353 WE INSTALL GLASS i OH EVERY P9 RPOSE SIORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS Fwrnitur* Tops, Beveled Mirron ant Htri.lvering Our Specialty L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orlin Phonr f* 1-13*3 *,J INSURANCE-i ONE STOP AGENCY JIWILRY—FURS—MISCILLANIOUS FLO*TII1 I AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAI Limit* t BMt or ne4l Th. Aq.nc that CAN toy YES! Ooa't let your agent My "It Caa't te Doao" ^^^ ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. n "i fi* "W 19tn and Alton Ho MEMORIAL CHAPELS l*.h i Alton Rd. MIAMI BEACM 1250 Normandy Dr JE'f.-,ion 1-1151 Oou 9 li,Rd *ts W 17.hSt MIAMI HI 3-2121 • I Di'ecic • ••'dl PAMILV TR.^DlTION Based V?on t,t.t,UCr II TMUIt""" MTl*rs*[>i u,M Mem"' "• ;'" Persons I' ind CJ-f • %  W" % % 



PAGE 1

T:.day. October 5, 1962 jU*%i*lt fS>r rii ft fur Page 3-A SS Shalom, now being built in France, is the new queen of the Zim Lines worldwide fleet. The Shalom's maiden voyage will be tied in with the official opening of the City of Miami's Greater Miami Israel Assn. Given SS Shalom Maiden Voyage Sponsorship new seaport, details of which are to be worked out by Zim officials here during the next few weeks. By Fccause of the "tremendous" response to the 12-day •'Shalom ( ruise" sponsored by the Greater : Israel Assn.. aboard the SS Jerusalem on Nov. 8 to 20. the Jew. • community of Greater Miami pnd the association have been •• (1 exclusive sponsorship of lh< maiden voyage of the SS %  M from Miami next year i uncement that the Greater i Israel Assn., under the pres) of Miami Beach civic and IUS leader Maurice Revitz. sponsor the maiden voyage or SS Shalom was made Wednesy Yitzhak Gerstenhaber, vic lent of the American-Israeli %  ping Co. (Fla.). N. v. being built in France, the i • queen of the Zim Lines fleet. I • SS Shalom will offer the high standards of luxury, safety and : •. %  \ ice. The 23,000-ton Shalom will *crcmmodate 1,115 passengers. She will have ten decks and be fully ; --conditioned and stabiliierequipped. Every stateroom will 'eature private facilities. Also J e£tured are three swimming pools, gymnasium, steam baths, -e-.r-is courts, 400-seat movie theater, synagogue, inter-denomina-* Fete For Dover Will be Hosted David Schine .' %  %  i v '/.. Dover, Consul of Israel 1 the Southeastern United States. %  nd the entire diplomatic and conMilar corps stationed in South Klori( a. will be feted at a reception on ( Cl 15 at the Roney Plaza hotel Mr and Mrs G. David Schine %  i ther members of the Shine family, one of the nation's forc-' hotel owners and operators. will be hosts for the reception COi ored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. Maurice Revitz. president of the t.-uup which is sponsoring a 12 day "Shalom Cruise" to seven Caribl ean islands aboard the SS Jeru• lem. said invitations to the reception will be mailed this week t( outstanding community leaders DOG RAW EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SUNDAY NO MINORS MCr/MOfC" 0 "" /JS t/i St ijrt.28-Jan.12 tional chapel, closed circuit television, radios and telephones in every cabin. Details of the maiden voyage, which will he tied in with the official opening of the City of Miami's huge new seaport, will be worked out during the next few weeks by Zim officials and officers of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. "We were approached by many groups to sponsor the ma'den voyage, but the quality of leadership of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. has made our selection of a sponsoring organization an excellent one." Gerstenhaber asserted. Further information may be seB-G Warns Nasser Israel Will Meet Force With Force JEUSALEM — (JTA — Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion warned) %  he Arab world this week that if war is forced on Israel by miscalculating Arab leaders, "every one of us is ready to hit back, and w will do everything so that the war will be waged on the attackers' territory within a few days." Replying to threats from Presi— dent Nasser of Egypt on the range jf his new rockets, the Prime Minister used a phrase from a popular American song, "everything you ean do, I can do better," in saying that what Nasser could do with missiles, "we can do with more skill, ability and knowledge." cured at the coin rd. Zim office. 407 LinHe made his strong statement in an address at Sedjera, one of the first Jewish settlements in the lower Galilee, where the Prime Minister himself worked 55 years ago as a young immigrant to the pre-state Jewish community in Palestine. He asserted that Israel's army was stronger than those of the neighboring Arab countries, but that it was doubtful whether "there is one Arab leader who appreciates this, and who is therefore not planning to attack Israel." For this reason, he said, Israel "must maintain a strong deterring army." At a special meeting, the Cabinet approved the appointment of Joseph Almogi as Minister for Housing and Development to succeed the late Dr. Giora Josepthal. The new Housing Minister, who had been Minister without Portfolio, is ;i leading member of the Mapai party 'ponspm ^Sfc tpv inn itabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Phone JE 1-3595 &f 45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH D)ade AND progress report STATEMENT OF CONDITION SEPTEMBER 30, 1962 ASSETS Cash On Hand ana In Banks $ 5.329.514.23 United States Govt. Bonds 15,749,653.40 $ 21,079.367.63 First Mortgage Loans 161,298,158.52 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2.275,000.00 Loans on Savings Accounts 569,412.58 Real Estate Owned 719.550.37 Buildings, Land end Equipment 5.239.375.21 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 655,757.34 TOTAL ASSETS ...$191,836,621.65 LIABILITIES AND RESERVES Savings Accounts $ 1 6 8,239,303.19 Advances From Federal Home Loan Bank 3,500,000.00 Loans In Process 3.683,453.28 Escrow Funds 1 336,355.00 Other Liabilities Income Collected in Advance t:7.l20.64 80I.9I2.4C Surplus and Reserves I 3.658.477.14 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES .. .$191,836,621.65 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ; .i fr^F m iw'^ Em2k %  • M (SSSBBT*"' -i^ Ml %  111 1 Hi little 1 UPTON Asjmjnt to ibl I'rtiiJtnl iiomio Mil Trtasurrr MS IIUII Cmir/l Ciuitstl (MtllES Htm Via-PnuJinl JOSEPH M. UPTON Priu Jmt 110 lOimSON Via-PrtiiJal ClCiCl 1 FtUi Via-Pniulnl SAMUIl IIMOH Virulcr Write your success story with Dade Federal SAVINGS NIUOM i aumn I*:.r FrinJinl One or me Notion's Oldest and Lorges/" JZ)ade Federal t/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI 4b Savinjn accounts are injured up to 110.OW by an agency of the Federal Government. (It is powible, however, to insure M\ ing inuceaaof |1U,000) lOStPH M IIP'ON Pieudtnl PER ANNUM Current Dividend Rate PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Open or odd to your Dode Federal Savings account on or before October 22nd. and begin coming dividends from rte first. 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY Main Office Allapatteh Branch North Miami Branch Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch 1011 Flagler St. I 1400 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. 1901 S.W. 8th St 5800 N.W 7tn Ave.



PAGE 1

Page 4-A 9-Jewish flcridfiar Friday, Octobe r 5. 1962 Uewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCKET Editor end Publisher LIO MTNDLIN Executive Editor SILMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published every Friday *£• 1917 to • J SSjJP *"" at 120 N.F.. Sixth Street. Miami 1. JJ" r >• lee. na-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida. The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish1 Unl>and the Jewish Weekly. Member ofthe Jewts^ Ts efl apme Agency. Seven Art. Feature y"Jlct. Worldwide NWJ Se-vice. Nation.nl Editorial Assn !" "'" ''"...„ En B sh-Jewish Newspapers, and the Fl orida Press Assn. The Jewish Floridian doi %  • dlM advertised li '-' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area C-eYear*5 00 Three Year, I COO Out of Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 40 7 Tishri 5723 Friday. October 5. 1962 Yom Eve 5723 Kippur Sunday evening at sundown marks the beginning of the observance of Yom Kippur — the Day of Atonement. Yom Kippur falls ten days after Rosh Hashona, the first of the High Holy Days. The period between is traditionally called the "Ten Days of Penitence." Kol Nidre, the opening prayer cf the holiest of the Days of Awe, is shrouded in mystery. Some scholars have traced it to the era of the Spanish Inguisition and ihe Marranos — those Jews who outwardly rejected their faith but who, in secret, vowed their irrevocable identification with Judaism. Thus Kol Nidre, meaning "all our vows," came to be interpreted as the Jew's solemn testament — an unbroken covenant between himself and God — a denial of his open acceptance of other religious beliefs in the name of being spared from the Inquisition. Other scholars point to the Jewish prohibition against taking oaths. For them, Kol Nidre symbolizes diaspora Jewry's compromise between Judaism and the individual Jew's need to adapt himself to the alien world in which he lives and must survive. On the eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol Nidre prayer in this regard serves the purpose of reaffirming the precepts of traditional Judaism — of spiritually releasing the Jew from such secular vows that he has made during the preceding year and that involuntarily violate the letter of traditional Jewish law. Musicologists tend to deny the Manano theory, indicating that the musical structural of Kol Nidre is considerably older than the Inquisition; while modern authorities in other fields question the relationship between oaths and traditional Judaism. Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre, the prayer sets the tone for the most awesome of the Jewish Holy Days. On that day, the "book" is "sealed." Man has cleansed himself cf his past errors to the best of his ability, and he looks forward to a year in which he will live in peace and contentment. We here add our voice to this prayer. We hope the Hebrew Year 5723 will bring for Jewry and humanity at large that security which is the initial step toward spiritual fulfillment. ... and onUie Day of Wonemerrt H is sealed, able pressure — meaning American Jewry — and it will not be an ongoing thing. To construe a fundamental foreign policy change from this seems, at least at the moment, somewhat unrealistic. Nevertheless, the hawk missiles should serve to close the gap that Israel and Israel's friends had begun to fear when Russian-made armament, ranging from MIG fighters to missiles, began pouring into Egyptian President Nasser's arsenal. No less an authority on the subject than Prime Minister Ben-Gurion suggested this when, during his recent Scandinavian tour, he replied long distance to Nasser's threats of war by declaring that Israel has modern weapons of her own with the maximum capability cf blunting these threats. Mr. Ben-Gurion did not say so, but he undoubtedly meant the U.S. missiles now being called up for service in Israel's defense forces. Closing Aggressive Gaps If it is not being overly optimistic, it is certainly premature to cite as a "change in heart" the U.S. decision to sell Hawk missiles to Israel. None of this should dissuade our gratitude for the decision. It has certainly been a long time coming, and it is welcome. A Glowing Achievement The Israel Bond Organization will be paying some S24 million to American investors during the coming year on principal and interest, representing the redemption of bonds purchased on the occasion of the launching of the first Independence Issue back in May. 1951. This is a firm and well-anticipated answer to the many pessimistic persons who predicted less than success for the venture at the outset 12 years ago. It was said at the time by the hopeful and the believing that Jewish interests in pre-statehood Palestine never defaulted on a single promise, and there was no reason to But the State Department has already has tened to assure its Arab friends that the DebeIiev e Israel would be less than similarly partment is not responsible for the sale announced so sensationally last week, and that the arangements were forcibly imposed by "higher authorities." In addition, the Department observed: The details have yet to be worked out. scrupulous in her affairs. The repayment bears out the faith by untold numbers of Israel Bond holders in a nation reemerged in our time — in a nation dedicated to peace and progress. Greater Miami has particular pride in the R ,rst liquidation of the Independence Issue. For one The terms of the sale are far from agreed upon Miami's record in Israel Bond buvina is this with an eye toward suggesting to the oi the most vi s jn Qur Y 9 outraged Arabs that il all may fall through munity has indeed Qcne much J{> ^J^ !" cnyhow. fundamental purpose ci the Israel Bond Or• The sale is a one-time deal in the preon — the e< develc-rr.ent end sumable form of U.S. acquiescence to iinbecaJewish Stele during s • • Ihe week as i see it by LEO MINDUN sity of Misslssppi chi lenge to the integri,To/3£ union of American states T battle to retain rtfi?* ticcs in the oatioi ,;2 school system *j* announcement km JJS Of the d(. c ,.,, 7 rael with m>thete are intei elated have their othi •" rate firmly anchored in one of the most fascinatin • • % %  • e challenge to Protestant asci Si il i r is tln> so sectarian a consideration as om ., h eve America, Itself, is a gig; ; lt e ideals of the Protestant Reformat ion. [ious instincts of the Pi fn their zealous fervor by the kind of Deist ,", h shunned the totalitarian approach to belief in God. or -. h : ; continent a nation conceived in spiritual impartiality. To ;. large extent, one must thank this Revolutionary era p ro testant orientation tor the religious freedom that has been r conn, try's heritage — an orientation determined to bring in n, (UHM fruition the first cause of Martin Luther's ninety fiv. theses; nowhere else did the Reformation develop along such unselfish lines and. as a matter of fact, in England, for example. Protestantism under Cromwell seemed determined to outdo in social iniquities tinRoman citadel it had replaced. GIN. WAlKlft SPIUS THf BtANS T HE CONFEDERACY'S BATTLE for the rights of thi h lividual states was to a significant extent related to the agi i supremacy in America; while the sanctity of the union, and Lincoln's battle to preserve it. in no small manner alternal I ested the inviolability of the universal, or catholic view more than a play on words and concepts here; for the right I self-determination will forever remain a shrine to the Deist ant impulses of our Founding Fathers. On the other hand I of the nation as a monolithic society, with widely-delegati powers, inevitably conjures up the image of that for which stood Gov ROSS I'.arnett may not think in these terms today but it ii clear that his anti-Negro actions are essentially a battle v ,. the name of state's rights — much as President Lincoln's phil Emancipation Proclamation was merely an ancillary bem st rugg le to assert the union's primacy over any of it> parts The thinking patterns of a demented person, and whatever Gov. Barnett may be he is not one such — prove invaluable in tinregard What it might not occur to Gov. Barnett to say. or what he would at least not say publicly, is that which former Maj. Gen Edwin Walker found it easy to declare on Wednesday. His Freudian censor mechanism attenuated, the General's subconscious openly supported Gov. Barnett's one-man challenge to the priority of the federal government with the kind of venom that makes meaningful the Protestant self-defense in our time: 'This day (President Kennedys decision to use troops to brin? Gov Barnett to heeli is a disgrace ... a disgrace beyond the capacity of the crucifixion by the anti-Christ conspirators of the Supreme Court in their denial of prayer and their betrayal of a nation." THI BATTlt UNIS AM DIFFESINT TIED IN A neat package, here are the essential elementof the Protestant struggle, which in terms of the values involved Ufgest other than spiritual things. For in the challenge to Protesl ism lies more than what demented Walker naively suggests is the threat from Rome. The challenge principally emphasizes the inordinate growth of heavily-industrialized urban areas, particularly in the North; the development of minority coalitions in these anas, including Jews. Negroes, and Catholics; and their usurpation of the role heretofore played by rural Protestantism as an arbiter of the political destiny of the nation. When Walker talks about anti-Christ jurists, he may have hysterical anti Semitic, anti Communist, or anti-Negro reference po %  "' but, in fact, he comes closest in his ravings to suggesting whi actually in the minds of the Gov. Barnctts among us. As their alter ego, his free-wheeling personality is telling us about the fi rces motivating the men who still dream of Protestant individualism, and who still seek to assert it long after the 1861 -65 war between the States has paved the way for the ascent to power of thi politically and socially-underprivileged. In this sense, neither is Lincoln's struggle over; the battle remain drawn as they once were, for the minority coalitions and tat centers ol population that spawn them seem principally lu exist day north of the Mason Dixon Line. Is it. then, the Confederacy rathe Union as before? Not really, for too many political proponenU Ol Protestant supremacy in the South recognize the nature of he struggle today. Unlike the Gen. Walkers among them, the) >cem willing to bring down the house simply because the) disapprov* of the redecorating scheme being imposed upon th< rooms the) personally occupy. KHPING THI SlATl CHAN yHE SOUTHERN GOVERNORS conference at the Diplomat ho;.' here several days ago tends to prove this pom' where no less a staunch states Tighter than Ernest Vandiver. of Georgia, predicted dire consequences for Mississippi in the event Ross BaraW remained recalcitrant to a bloodv beginning. Warnd Vandiver Mississippi ". like every other state, must abide by the l* a !" the decisions of the courts which directly affect them. We can noi tolerate violence and disorder." Has the Kingdom of Heaven came to earth? No — but the mtion of the realities of experience seems to be taking hold even in Dixie And some of the realities include religion in the -> !l ""'-f:" missiles for Israel to both of which I previously alluded. '" Protestant determination to keep Protestantism in the classroom %  an adjunct to "Americanism" speaks logically and historical!) Itself even if not legall) But what of missiles to Israel? This isimply the Kennedy debt incurred by the l'' v -" len !'" Paign of the summer of 1960 and paid on the eve of the N lV,m two ye.-,,-, later The nation's first Catholic I i clean between himself and the m litions in America exploding ui f! %  l are thi I \ %  •: us VOICS II.... -Cjue.iiNi" %  „..< rn. entum of t



PAGE 1

Friday, October 5. 1962 Jewisti ilcridlicJiin Page 5-A Dedicate Emanu El Section at Mt. Nebo ~i's new city commissioner, Sidney M. Aionovitz (right). is sworn into office Monday by Cleik Frank Correll. Aronowas the unanimous choice of the commission to replace Her.-y L. Balaban, who was appointed a Circuit Court Judge. Aronovitz Takes Comniicsson Post Si e> M Aronovitz, nephew of forrr.' Miami Mayor Abe Aronoviti aa sw >rn in Monday as Miami City C imraissioner. A1 %  e same meeting. David T. Kenn< y was named vice mayor Aronovitz replaces Henry L. Balahan ; city commissioner, while Kennedy assumed Balaban's old post. Poth were unanimous choices, of their colleagues. Bait tail was appointed a Circuit Court Judge, effective on Monday. He Si ccee Is Judge Phillip H. Goldman, whom he defeated in last May '.general election. Goldman. whose term was to last through Jan '.. announced his resignation' Bom< two weeks ago because he was opposed to "lame duckism in any form." "I sincerely appreciate the confidence the City Commission has in me, and I hope future events justify the appointment," the 42-year-old Aronovitz, a native of Key West, declared. Temple Emanu-El, one of the largest Conservative congregations' In the South, with a membership Of 1,100 families, will dedicate its section in Mt. Nebo Cemetery on Sunday at 11 a.m. Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual, leader of Temple Emanu-El since the days when the congregation! was known as Miami Beach Jewish Center, and minted on Euclid ave.. i will officiate at the dedication ceremony. 11will i ii ited by Cantor Hirsch Adl Temple Emanu-El is the only ronqrc-at'On with a section in Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Ml Hi • 5515 v.v ird st., ized a* the mo erics in t ntr Its | irk-like facilities, artfully landsi pi pr < %  vide er atmosphere for the spiritual purpose-, making meaningful the family estates, plots, an i mausoleums at Mt, Nebo. The congregation of Temple Emanu-El is 21 years old. and Dr. Lehrman will shortly be celebrating his 20th year as its spiritual leader. The Temple's present site. I at 1701 Washington ave., was constructed 13 years ago. Dr. Lehrman is on the national [board of directors of the American Technion Society, of which he was recently named a founder. He is past president of the Travelers Aid Society of Miami and the Rabbinical Assn. of Greater Miami. He is now working in conjunction with the American Jewish Historical Center on a research study of the early history of the Jewish community in Florida. In recognition of tlvs, as well as his many contributions to the American Jewish scene, the community is at present working to establish the Dr. Irving Lehrman Chair in American Jewish History at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Dr. Lehrman i 11 ml r of the < %  Ivisory i Syna1' uncil ol A nerica, the executi' the FloriAi Leagu %  and yi rs .1 m mber 1 rnor's Bi-Racial Commit. %  CR. IRVINC LEHRMAH Argentine Jewry Alarmed By Minimizing of Anti Semitism An Army veteran of 38 months in Europe, and recipient of the Bronze Star and two battle ribbons, Aronovitz began law practice with %  his uncle's firm in 1946. This is' his first public position. Kennedy was elected a city commissioner at the age of 27. in November 1961, the youngest in Miami history. It was his initial attempt for elective office. Missiles One-Shot Deal Continued from Page 1-A I is, 1 I I six other Republican Senators issued a statement <. .ng HI the Administration to follow up the sale of Hawk missiles to Israel with American support of the Brazzaville group at th< United Nations, favoring IN initiative for Arab-Israel peace. The Senators cited the continued flow of Soviet jets and rockets 10 the Arabs, and termed the Hawk decision an overdue r<. gnition of a one-sided arms race. They said that recognition 01 : threat to Near Eastern peace made clear that the U.S.A. has a responsibility to use its influence at the United Nations for a res iution for direct Arab-Israel peace negotiations. In additon to Sen. Dirksen. the Senators who issued the statemen) were Prescott Bush, Connecticut; Clifford Case. New JerS< : Jacob K. Javits. New York; Kenneth B Keating. New York; Tb. nas H. Kuchel, California; and Hugh Scott. Pennsylvania. Memorial Service Set at Mt. Nebo Special memorial services will he held at Mount Nebo Cemetery this Sunday. The services will he held during the day. prior to Kol Nidre. which launches the Yom Kippur observance on Sunday evening. Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral WayJewish Center, will hold services for his congregation at 10:30 a.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will officiate at a dedication of the Temple section of Mt. Nebo Cemetery at 11 a.m. This will be followed by services at 11:30 a.m. Rabbi MayoAbramowitz, of Temple Menorah, w'll officiate for members of his congregation at 12:30 p m. At 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will conduct the pre-Yom Kippur memorial service for members of Temple Judea. The community is invited to take part in these services. Mt. Nebo is located at 5505 NW 3rd St., Mia m i. Continued from Page 1-A had reacted to them emotionally, rather than rationally and he said that, under existing conditions, the community must not rest. The government announced Tuesday the appointment of Carlos Alberto Muzzio, a retired Army colonel, as Chief of the Federal PoI lice. Col. Muzzio, who was direc! tor of prisons, succeeds Capt. Enj rique Horacio Green, a naval officer, who failed to halt the antiJewish incidents. New anti-Jewish incidents were reported as the government announcement was being made. The newspaper La Razon reported from Bahia Blanca that an unsuccessful : bomb attempt had been made at the Circulo Zionisa community center there. The walls of the building were smeared with swastikas and anti-Jewish slogans. President Joe Maria Guido of Argentina offered a New Year's greeting to the Jewish community of Argentina in which he stressed that his country respected human dignity and barred social or relig ious discrimination. President Guido's message was addressed to Dr. Goldenberg, citing the DAIA as representing "a community which has contributed, by its noble and tenacious effort, to the progress of the nation." He said that "as President of a nation traditionally practicing re spect for human dignity and ex eluding any racial, social or religious discrimination, I send a cor dial greeting to the Jews of the [ Argentine in this celebration of th. Jewish New Year." Mesivta High Meeting Mesivta Senior High School was to hold its first meeting at the new site of the school. 1021 Biarritz dr., Normandy Isle, on Thursday at 8 p.m. > % > i r r > % > > r % % % % % % > % > > > cordially invites you to be present at ^JLjcdication *^5ervices OF ITS NEW SECTION AT JMoiint JNeLo SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1962 at 11:00 a.m. CONSECRATION CEREMONY JiJr.


PAGE 1

Fage 6-A • %  Friday C • Metro Hospital Board Gives Cedars The Ge-Ahead for Top Three Floors • i 500 patients x-rays • Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage receive from Rabbi Eugene Labovi.z. of Temple Ner Tamid. the "deed" to a classroom which they have endowed. Their four children have all attended Temple Ner Tamid religious school. Looking on is Murray A. Shaw, president of the congregation. Israel Welcomes Possibility Of Links With Euromat Continued from Page 1-A of commercial link, Israel would run the risk of economical suffocation. It u as als ; the issue ol tariffs in respect lo Israeli products would be dealt with bj the EEC Permanent Commission, and thai the member countries! would deal individually with the prol lems of a commercial agreement with Israel. It was learned in Paris thai the French delegation t<> Euromart will pros the i ther five delegations to help protect Israel from the severe e< omic crisis looming from European economic integration TheFrench stand will be ipp irted by the West German delegation, it reported in Pi : economic ....... me of the '-t important achievements f( r Israel nol onlj for sh >rl term i but also for Ion term development ol the cur. imy. The officials pointed out that talks will have to take place with each countrj separately on special tariff arrangements for Israeli £,oods and that 150 separate commodities were involved. They also emphasized that while Britain is .-till the largest purchaser ol Israeli citrus fruits and Israeli proucts an si i ly tin ing markets in Afro-Asian countries, Europe is >;ill the most import ion for Israeli economi tivit • both buyinj i • | b> the Metropolitan Dade County 1|K compli pperthrei ol Cedars ol L banon Hospil was announced by Stanley ( Myers, chairman of Cedars board ol trustees Signed bj Michael Shores, man ol the group, the endorsement carries the approval ol the boar i ol county commissioners of Da le county, and was given in connection with Official Resolution No. 7221. Construction of the top three floors will add 174 beds o the six-story institution which opened its doors on Nov. 19, 1961 and has been operating at maximum or near-maximum capacity since then. Without the new fa< ilil %  • i i, %  to meet the defer bed in the enths : I %  Myers an i %  gravated i neec's an in Dado >> unt>." Also concurr i the critical listed in the i Dr. Kermit A Gates, lirector of the Department ol Hospitals foi Dade County Saul Myers Cedars is a nonprofit, 108-bed facility, serving all n sidents, • ol race, religion, or economic status With sufficient community support, we can boost our capacity to 282 be Is Star of David Slates Services President Samuel T. Sa-iro who is hospitalized as the resuM of 3 recent automobile accident, lauded thvision and cooperation" of the Metro board, and their auproval of the resolution. "Now we car. reopen our campaign for funds immediately," he sad. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is located at 1321 NW Uth si in Mi-, proce lur< ies eludes : 6 ::;,; em ployees : An imp rt ing program Is a cardiac treatn area on the fourtl known as the A \ orial Pavilion, in former Mayor [ ".. Link Abduction To Negotiations MUNICH (JTA) Inter] the Inl ice Or inizalion reported that H : servthe West perl \ I thai 1 I %  UreJ ... • er\ ision ol %  Dr anager %  West German Institute for Propulsion Physics at Stutt of Missile Man With Israel : an Prof Euger S that Institute, had hea ed tl %  Egypt \ >ec n Pilz. I • K .] %  %  ih • In :• Dr. K ihe on %  i • m He had also, i %  Dr Kru • f< ed ih..i her husb ind h f# You'll find complete Havs **>•• £> facilities to exectly a: s fy Business Meeting, #fr your needs in.the Kismet, Banquet, OF ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade end Special Occasion ^ ftubaiyat Rooms, be it for • jfc wedding or a private party I I will Sin id Mi %  '• 77th • K • Y.m 1 VIord is Ten pie I at St a it 1 p m At -' p m Rabbi Samuel M v ill officiate for membei pi" B It I hi •ear Intormallsnt HAZEL ALLISON CATERING D'5E"OK JE 1-6061 •Ih St. Collins *••. Justice Goldberg Tckes Bench Continued 'rim Page 1-A tl %  I ret have a truly luxurious wedding | fashion show I I banquet Of ih. txciting Seville "' IWej, experienced management e %  i ou for much less Htan you could Remember— • l for ID or 1,000ritious easel KOSHER CATER'NG AVA'LABLE CAU tSTlLlt POLAK: JE 2 2511 OCEAN FRONT. 29th TO 30th STREET3, jfeS Ml AM For Very Special Occasions THE womat COUNTRY CLUB'S CALCUTTA ROOM Just imapino having the entire Diplomat Country Club, v exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Cat facilities for groups of 100-300 avail:, There's no other room quite like the Cal R area! Unlimited free parking. For callFR1M '.orWA 111 /; HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA M^ / x / /i y ^O X For Pegant Function*. Complete Catering Facilities for that 6secial Parly served In superb fashion •Within a luxurious selling that Wil' reflect your good taste, CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A TiU-.if.Me or a gala celebration with 3.500 guests. J K • img Available EAUVILLE B'--'-00'.09'N0, E>eutl* Food Director Oti THI OCtAN AT 7tH fTKIIT. ****** mm*CH



PAGE 1

Friday. October 5, 19G2 %  Page 7-A Missiles Mean U.S. Policy Change cl %  Hawk firsl n S such American i l < s'.i • • %  %  %  %  to cei ve" the "fle i Ai ab, usi ig the n i-c„ of "t i throu; h lEsing plai the oodwiil i I by I Miami Israi ::.. are MayoKsnn^th Oka I M : ; M %  v Iz, of T< pie M SS P< durinq a recep; vhich ponsored by 1 %  %  I plans : : ['ion. Israeli Technicians To Train Here I effort* n en best I %  securii %  neei •• > .''* n*l guidance llists with ski IIS in place%  %  lechr r >m into a pr?pcr ,-r advantageous job situa'ion. %  %  Te h i ptei Mortoi R %  %  iel's lar is ted to res The c< %  % %  it tea c i Tach• i ori on llie-job training commitincludes *op educators er.gi%  | \ ..: %  '...!• i ol %  %  .... %  %  • %  s at •.-. %  • "i e< I. ii<;,-. ;< o' A. I i of the Hawk w:II t to the L es to %  nitsiia Thi I Israeli r.e%  s "ce then been doi s U.S. officials indicated. ... %  I ii S • t I een i '.. it %  i .. %  %  •tates. • arms, •• • %  •• eq spcrt.ii c missiles ', %  with i < "AW'AV IM'^S Rates and Information For Official 1633 COLLINS AVENUE, M'AMI BEACH Phone JE 23336 GOURTRy CLU cruises %  3f#a ,1 ^^ £ '-.*> lO \,s ,t0uP MIAMI ,C At*-* 3 "*' 4100 "9 S3 70 i CA •• ABOARD THE LARGEST. FASTEST. NEWEST & MOST LUXURIOUS TRANS-ATLANTIC CRUISE SHIP SAILING FROM V S j ,, | ; %  %  Did lant-troi 8% %  ... %  •• trans Ai • I •f. I i CM FifeCocmailPatvr Di • Free Deck Ct>air< k Cl Geurmel ttiJitj b* Frencti. IM M S'ii Cbtls! 10VJ RtftS 10 Before seeyci ran •• | %  %  %  s. hui %  11 > ; /.'., %  {/. II •'. i that Is%  i the si 3h.-na : -i %  'i icid ap • .1 that ; 'ed that I to the iffor of 1 n the I niti -1 I *e ne strongp of 1 e that Xas lirei ."i h : comment was wither than [sra ... thai both attack on Israel, ncl %  ... .\, • esider.1 ai The Nassi • States ections %  • Cairo Radio charged that Mr Ken.-edy repreier,;ed American capitalist policy and its interests in the Middle East" and th.it thC5 ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS SHERATON HOraCONFlKM i Qj|| er -. 975 Arthur C Rd. -T 40, Phone JE 1-1195 John E. Lenard 'HORIZED AG EN I • ZIM LINTS GEORGE KRONENGOi-D TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. MIAMI BEACH IT'S DONE VIA RESERVmON SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE F.I E C'TKOMC CPMl'HT.lU Just call PLaza 10961. SHERATON HOTELS TWVaHIOJ^^^ edit SHAW TlAVa mw \ ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BY CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS GROUP RATES • ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS i FR 1-4802 WORLD'S FASTEST. SAFEST PASSENGER BOATS AMERICAN FLAGSHIPS BRAND NEW VESSELS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR GULFSTREAM RADAR. WIP TO SHOI|E RADIO -OM TIME" SCHEDULE DUTY-FREE SHOPPING FREE LAYOVER PRIVILEGE GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER CROSSING AND MORE TIME ON RIMINI THAN YOU GET WITH ANY OTHER BOAT CO. 50 ROUND Tfi'lP Brpart Miami or Miami Beach C of C Docks Dul'ont Plata Miami Beack Contor. Miami FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436 Cruise.. NASSAU From MIAMI via AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVE "QUICKIE" $J1 Ji 2-DAY DAYLIGHT CRUISES *HI A fall oay and fuller night in Nassau lor sightseeing, shopping, entertainment—and an unforgettable day and night al sea! Captain's cocktail party, 6 delicious meals, midmgl-.: free deck chairs, games, dancing, movies, duty-frie shopping aboard! Sailing Tuesdays. From MIAMI (3:00 P.M.): SEPT. S. 11,18, 25; OCT. 2,16, 23; NOV.27; DEC.4,11. NEW GALA 4-DAY BARGAIN CRUISES %  $ 54 o $ 59 50 : I %  : %  -o -V* ECIAL4 '• L.ISESI %  uO %  STEAMSHIP CO. i-iv N.t. 1st $;., Miami, rK -<-ioU4



PAGE 1

Pcqe 8-A vjenist ffrridtiar Friday, Octcbe: S !:62 IN CONJUNCTION WITH U. OF M. Arts and Letters Men To Get Bond A wards tin S Ixi Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami. week announced the creation new award to be presented to of letters, arts and science i: Florida who have made a disI ncl contribution to the cultural f Israel The awards will be made at the Israel Festival of the Arts r i I the State of Israel Bond rganization on Sunday, Oct. 28. a: UM Fontainebleau hotel. Dr. Stanford serves as chairman ef the board of selections, compriced cf distinguished civic and cultural leaders, who will aid in rh selection of the honorees Serving as co-chairman with Dr. Stanford are J. Neville McArthur nd Samuel Friediand, who is also chairman of 'he Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Dr. Stanford said that the awards vould be made to men like Robert Frost, Philip Wylie, Leonard Rose. Sean Joseph Weil and others who ''have served our state and country and have had a cultural influence upon the new State of Isr: el Nominations for the awards were r,:ade by a committee of university fi culty members hea ed by Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president. ; r.d including Dr. Berthold Friedl. Dr. Bryce Ryan. Dr. Fabien SevitBky, Dr. C. Dorean Tharp. and Dr K Paul Yonk. Dr. Stanford said that in subsequent years it was planned to make the Awards on a national basis Those named by Dr. Stanford for the board ol selections include C C Atkins, James M Albert, Sidnej D. Ansin. Many 11. Bassett, Sam BI: k, Ben Blum. William i: rn stein, Shepard Broad, Roscoe Brunstetter. Jack A. Cantor. Jack Car|ner, Edward S. Christiansen. Lon Worth Crow. George Coury, Gardner Cowles, Dr. Harold E. Davis Jose A. Ferre. A. C. Fine. Benjamin Frankenstein. Paul R Gordon. I W Green. William A. Hanger. A. J Harris. Isadore Hecht. Howard Kane. Jack Katzman. I James I Keller. Jr.. Samuel Kip. nis. Jay I. Kislak. James L. Knight. David J. Light, Joseph M. Lipton. Sam Luby. Daniel J. Mahoney. Hoko T. .Maroon. Mrs L. J McCaffrey, Baron de Hirsch Meyer. Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers. Donald K. Miller. A. J. Molasky, Emil Morton. Stanley C. Myers. Max Orovitz. Jack S. Popick. Maurice Revitz. Jacob Rifkin, Leonard Rosen. Sam H. Rost. Dan B. Ruskin, Samuel T. Sapiro. Jacob Sher, Fred K. Shochet. William D. Singer. Fred Somerstein. Ben Smarting. Charles L. Sykes. Harold Thurman. John B. Turner. Nat Waldman, Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz. Louis E Wolfson and Mitchell Wolfson. n Members of the committee for the Dinner of Tribute honoring James M. Albert chat with Rabbi Leon Kronish about plans for the event to take place Sunday evening, Oct. 14. at Doral Country Club. From left are Judge Philip Schlissel, Louis F. Snetman and Rabbi Kronish. Albert will be honored for h:s service to Temple Beth Sholom. the community of Greater Miami, and State of Israel. Committee Named for Hecht Tribute; Leading Personalities to Attend Dinner One of Israel's greatest heroes of the War of Liberation, and noted statesman. Gen Yigal Alton, will come to Miami to join in honoring James M. Albert, president of Temple Beth Sholom. at a dinner Sunday, (let. 14. at the Doral Country Club. II. Levy, M dg, Ml Lowe, Mr and Mn Mr. and Mrs Soli Mi and Mn n. \\ Mats, Mr and Mm riti. Mr and Mn H Mr. .in.l Mis Irvlnt i and Mis A .I Mom Mr and Mi Mori" : \i Florence Nadli i \i Newman, "Ml and M baum, Mas or ai %  Mi Mis Selma I Iritt, M Pnskow, Mis Ha r Mn Davltl t> I HIIM Pollock, Mr Ponvi Mr and Mr* Mr .t ml Mi .I Mrs 1 '• %  111.11, .; i Miv lexan lor K Ml .,: Ml rn %  M l • i ilri Irving i:. Mi \le*n i: .' ,1 nml Mr* • • Mi Vli lohl -'ii s iwiniii Mi %  IHI MI an I M Mi and Mi*. Cl Mr* Vllck SI Mi .... \ itii.. Stein, M Steri Ml • i Mr* Mi ami Mn II vViuti A Hi Mr H MI mil Mi* I Mr* Sin n W llan>ld Zln i Mr. Mn i Lon Worth Crow, chairman of the University of Miami citizen's advisory board, Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond board of directors, and Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, discuss the Miami-Israel cultural awards to be presented at the Festival :: the Arts Dinner on Oct. 28. Presentation of the cwards to .". or.crees who have made distinct contributions to the culture of Isrcel will be one part of the elaborate Festival of the Arts dinner held under auspices of the Sponsors of Israel c: the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization. Gen. Allon was the founder of Israel's commando organii the Palmach. and is currentlj Minister of Labor. Dinner chairman, Isadore Hecht, said that plans for the dinner were being completed this week, with the participation of many distinguished citizens and representatives of leading organizations and institutions in which Albert has had a principal role. Serving with Hecht on the dinner committee are Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom; Jack A Cantor, honorary dinner chairman and Florida State chairman for the State of Israel Bond*; Frank Kamen, Maury S. Olinick and Louis F Snetman. vice presidents ol the Temple; Mrs. Louis F Snetman, president of the Sisterhood; and Dr Harr> E Wolk. presidi nl hood. \ v v Ell*" '•. % % % % %  %  I|I, SUli •' Mr* %  %  Ml mil Mi Mi • %  %  ; %  %  With n ll l '..i ks Mri !., r.i l '• nni r Mi and M %  •: Mr and Mrs l>aMi Mien \ l •'d Mr*. Me>ei nats. Mi n Mrs | ii i Kll. Mr and Mr* li -• |ih H B|it< li M and Mi Morrl* Palk. Mr* i'. ill K i k. M Ma • \ % %  l ln< Mr* In %  Kin Mr and I ,n,t Mr* M %  n M's %  J i i %  Ml M.. I II. Uonloi .: •: .... an I Mr* I • •. Vri i I--, in I (I reell M Mi R i H I Mrs Hn •' %  %  .' li vina K Ml Mi %  % %  Km k< M Mr* Tom C K .,..•• Mr* Inei M I M I i ranp, I*r • .1 \l i !.M .• ,'ii Mi Mr* i -. M ... \ .. |i ...i Mr* Sam I I \ ni and Mll-mai \ I .. h, < :APITOI. IIOIll NOW UNL! NEW MANAGE VENT A Centrally located Hotel 328 N. Miami Ave. Phone FR 1-9389 Ml AM I A HAPPY NE,\ .EA% TO ALL OUR FRIENDS -\J ACQUAINTANCES Mr. and M-s. Saul Greiff & Family 9001 Bird Rear! GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phont FR 4-4174 SINCERE GOOD WISHES The Holiday DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 N.E. 125th Street SAVOY HOTEL "Open Year Around" • ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS • DOWNTOWN • HOMELIKE 252 NW 2nd Street Phjn. FR 4-8662 GRHTINCS BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON %  'Look Best *f ttilt'sT 4087 E. 8th AVENUE HIAIEAH OX 1-8744 kit Conditioned TC ALL GREETINGS JONAS .1. HIIOTMAX 430 SEYBOLD BLDG. MIAMI FLA. New Year Greetings tc ~ Lang's Service COMPIfTf AUTO RlPAift SERVICE "Hydremalic" Transmission! Repaired 427 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 4-3960 A Quarter of a Century Same Location HOLIDAY GREETINGS STYLE 'N TREND BEAUTY SALON 7279 CORAL WAY Phone 2:t-6662 Home Loans Apartment Loans COMMERCIAL AND MORTGAGE LOANS TO BUILD # TO REFINANCE • TO l-Y LOW INTEREST RATES • FREE INSPECTIONS R, K. COOPER, Inc. 27:3 PON'TE DE LEON BOULEVARD Phone HI 4-4611 Corel Gables, : 1 "-: A >EAR GREETINGS J. W. EWALT KENNEL Racing aEiscayne and Flagler Dec Trad Miami, Florida HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JUDGE FRANCIS J. CHRIST 11



PAGE 1

r riday. October 5, 1962 #**# Ftmrrrfliimtf Page 9-A /To/ iV/Wre 1^/7/ Zaunc/, Kb/77 ft/pur Kahbi Lowy's K<>1 Nidre services on Sunday ai 7 •'Testament of p.m.; "Toward your Temple?" Continued frcm Page 2-A day at 8:15 p.m. Yon Kippur services will start on er ""? n wi bl on Sunday at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi SimReU ioul Freedom and on MonYom Kippur morning, Monday, April delivering the Kol Nidre j, y ? 0;15 :, m • his topic will 9:45 a.m.: "Toward Life?" for the ,ermon at 6:30 p.m. Services on V :ind Dl e ^ Humility." Yizkor sermon. Cantor David ConMonday will be at 8:30 a.m.. with ..fP"" luaUll c the service viaer and the adult and professional yizkor at noon. Cantor Hvman lay rea ui t> p.m., with the chanting the Kol Nidre. On Monday, .-{rvices will start at 8:30 a.m., and ntinue until sundown. Following .irvices the Sisterhood, under the pervision of Mrs. Fred Blank. -ident, will sponsor a "BreakIhi Fast" repast in I'opiel Hall. Temple Emanu-EI, 1701 Wash1:30 p ni conducted by the confirmation class ol 1963. Vein Kippur service will continue with Yizkor hour at 2 p m Ri gular Friday evening services II be held lit Cs.-.cjregaiion Bsth Ei, 50Q SW 17th ave al 5 15 p.m.; &i d on Saturi ij i: 30 a.m. RabSolon Schiff's mo ning ser iron will be "Return Ye to the Yi in Kippur s< n gton ave.. will hold regular FriMeanin memorial services at 4 p.m. Musi. Brl wllh Ko] vi ,,. Sund „ cal responses will be given by 5,1:, p.m. Sermon topic will be Cantor Gale and the Temple choir. K 1 Nidre-The Call to Faith diicted by l!> Fried, organist. Mo nday morning services start al Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 8 1 in., with Rabbi Schiff's Yizkor 7801 Carlyle ave.. will hold Friday memorial sermon on "An [Sternal evening services at (> p.m. During Memory." Junior congregational Saturday morning services, starting services are schedule; for 11 am at 8 30 a in Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever Free nursery service [or children I pnach on "Repentance— Its from 2 to G is available while parevening services at 6 p.m. During Saturday morning services, .t 9 a.m.. Dr. Irving Lehrman. ssisted by Cantor Hirsch Adler nd the choir, will officiate at the in Jewish Philosophy." ents are at prayer. Yom Kippur will be ushered in on Sunday with Kol Nidre service at 5:30 p 111 Sermon topic will be "Atonement and Survival." Before Yizkor. Rabbi Ever will discuss 1 ar Mitzvah of Adriennc. daughter "Making our Memorial MeaningMr and Mrs. Leonard Abram >on; the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son Mr and Mrs, Theodore Kipnis; nd at 6 p.m.. Steven, son of Mr i.nd Mrs Herbert Kern. All Yom ppur services will be held in the 1 Beach Auditorium starting Sunday, with Kol Nidre serv al 7 p.m. Dr. Lehrman will rca h, and Cantor Adler will chant liturgy, accompanied by the ir under the direction of Mrs. nee Goldring Services on y will begin at 9 a.m.. with r at 11 a.m. Children's vices will be in the auditorium I p 111 with a Yom Kippur can [1 atured. Dr. Lehrman will the Neilah prayers. Regular Friday services at Ternpit Ner Tamid, 79th st. and Carlyle :w will be held at 6:15 p.m.. with lay morning services slated Coral Way Jewish Cer.ter, 8755 SW ititli st., will hold regular Friday evening and Saturday morning services at 5:45 p m. and 8:45 a.m.. with Rabbi Samuel April officiating and Cantor Gershon Levin Kol Nidre services will begin on Sunday at 5:45 p.m.. with the sermon on "'The Parents Proclaim: 'Ingratitude, Dishonor'." "The Children Exclaim: Gratitude — But Guilt Laden'," will he Rabbi April's sermon on Monday morning during Yom Kippur services which are slated to start at 8 am Rabbi Morton Malavskv will ofmon topic will be "Penitence: Can ficate at all serviceat the Israelite Yen Change?" observance of Yom Center, :ii75 s\v 25th St., beginning Kippur will begin with the Kol Friday at 6:30 p.m.. and Saturday Nidre service on Sunday at 6 p.m. 8:30 a.m. Kol Nidre services oil Rabbi Machtei will speak on "Four Sunday at 5:15 p.m. will include a Stepin Atonement." Services on sermon on "How About Our Sins'" Sunday will start at 9 a.m., with On Monday. Yim Kippur services Memorial services at 10:30 a.m.. will starl at 7:30 a.m.. with Rabbi and the sermon on "Death, a Mi-Malax sky's sermon topic "Is It Too Late?" Yizkor will be held at 11:30 a.m. Cantor Louis Cohen will chant the musical portion of all. fUl." Cantor Zvi H. Marbcin will chanting the liturgy chant the musical portions of the Yom Kippur services. "Penitence: What Does God Expect?" will be Rabbi S. Max Machtei s sermon at Temple B'nai Sholom, 168UU NW 22nd ave.. Opa-locka. Friday evening. 8:30 p.m. Sisterhood will host the Oneg Shabbat following the services. On Saturday morning. 9:30 a.m.. the sernonier Weekend services will start at Young Israel of Greater Miami, 8 45 a.m. Rabbi Eugene La bo990 NE 171st st.. on Saturday mornservices. Junior services will he will speak on "Taking Invenj n g at 9 am Rabbi Sherwin Staubheld on Monday at 11 a.m.. in the ry of Our Lives" during Kol er's sermon will be "Meaning of social hall under the direction of -. %  rvices on Sunday starting ; Tcshuvah." Kol Nidre services are Ronald Katz. youth director. 6 p.m. On Monday morning, at slated for Sunday at 5:15 p.m.. with Regular Friday evening services. Yom Kippur services will j the sermon topic on "Broken Vows, 815 p.m., at Temple Zamora, 44 at 8 a.m. with Yizkor at 10:30 and the sermon topic, "We Hack with Regret." At 3:30 a special Mincha service will conducted by Harry Holtzman Jerry Sail. Cantor Saul H. eech will chant the musical por' all services Promises and Committments." Vcni Kippur observance will be held on Monday at 8:30 a.m with Yizkor at 11 a.m. Rabbi Stauber will speak on "Memories of the Past, and Dream.-, of the Future." Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave., Miami Beach, will hold regular Friday evening services at 8:15 p m. During Saturday morning -.rvices. scheduled to start at 10:45 a.m., Rabbi Leon Kronish will officate at Ihe Bar Mitzvah ol Lewis son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marl Terry, will observe his Bar Taking for hiN theme "Whai is Yom Kippur services yrur Ittitud Rabbi Kronish will '-m with Kol Nidre on Sun speak on "Toward Faith'' during i Daniel Lowy will preach The Added Soul" during Frievening services ;it Temple '•> of North Dade. 1480 \K lLMrd 8 15 p.m On Saturday, n Matthew, son of Dr and Mrs TWIX riTY GLASS CO. GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORl WONTS fURNITURf TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO CLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 16tli Street, M.B. Closed Soturdoys Tel. JE 8-6141 "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers' ANOTHER LOCATION FOB YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS p.m., Zamora ave., will include the sermon. "Ask Thy Father and He Shall Declare Into Thee." On j Saturday morning. 8:15 a.m.. Rabbi Hershel Brooks will speak on i "He Made Him Ride on the High 1 Places of the Earth." Kol Nidre services will be held on Sunday al <; p m Sermon topic will be "Three Places of Judaism." Monday morning services start at 8 am., with Rabbi Brook.-' sermon on "You and Yours are His" at a in., followed by Yizkor at l! a m ami Musaf at 11:30 a.m. Musical portion "t all programs v. i:! be c hante bj Cantor Ben Zvi Ask the Rabbi" =ession will follow regular Friday evening servces, 8 10 p.m., at Temple Beth Am. 5950 \ Ki lall dr So Mi mi. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will ffic iate and Canter Charles Kod ner will tl anl thi musical portions :: services Sunday evening Kol Continued en Page 12-A "AfT" "MAUKf • "NAT" T0UI TEXACO B0YI Coral Way & S.W. 27th Avt. 840 S.W. 8th St. RENT A C iff from $2.50 per d iy 116 per vrk .v liars* AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3 0326 Private Pool Beach and Cahana Colony HOTEL At 24Hi ST.. MIAMI BEACH TffAYAtORE ^ Write ^ • Air Conditioned Rooms X for \ • Private Beach and Pool X Information X # Parking or. Premieee ^, ^Bk V and \ e Cocktail Lounge V J X Reaervation. X Dinln8 Room ^J ^ ——*-ai^—i-i^ii^^ %  Pntortain-. nt One Block to Temple Zion 3-Bedrms, 2 Baths, Fla. Rm„ Cor porte, Tile Roof, Hardwood Floors, Kitchn turn., 222' Fenced Lot, Sprinkler System. Vacant, move right in. Owner FR 3-3304. JE 1-0331 Daily Per Pert. Dble. Occ HYPNOTISM Combats bod habits; Smoking; Drinking; Insomnia; Female Disor. derj; Comn-leies; Nervous Tensions: Impotrncv; Allerqies; Fears; ate. HYPNOTHERAPY CLINIC •24 S.W. 42nd Av. HI 88033 NORTON TIRE CO. MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. OPEN 24 HOURS and ALL DAY SUNDAY VISIT OUR NtW WEST HOLLYWOOD STORE AT 6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD. More Rubber on Ihe Edges — where the wear is. Premium BFG rubber, deeper tread than ordinary recaps or so-called "bargain" tires. Same proven Iread design as new B F. Goodrich lires on new cars. Quality and Service Guaranteed. You get new tire protection for your cor. EXCEPTIONAL LOW PRICI For Premium Quality Rubber $ %  795 7 ISOill klickwall. plus III lit lie •-.! •It tut ill yom or tr ice 11 H. ALL SIZES AT LOW, LOW PRICES! FREE MOUNTING ALL TIRES SALE PRICED! FREE FAST MOUNTING OPEN A NORTON CHARGE ACCOUNT. ITS GOOD FOR A LIFETIME! SHOCK ABSORBERS 77 90-Day FREE Trial Delco Superide Shocks • Extra strong for longer wear • Positive anti-leak sealing 7 EACH INSTALLED 15 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27th Ave. S00 West Flatter St. 715 N.W. 2 Ave. Open till 8 P.M. 6779 S W. 8th St. M0 6-9733 SOUTH MIAMI 5930 South Ditie Hwy. KEY WEST 540 Sreen St. HALLANDALE 29 North Diiie Hwy. • HOMESTEAD 30100 South Federal Hwy. MIAMI BEACH • 1454 Alton Road HOLLYWOOD 203 South Federal Hwy. NORTH MIAMI 13380 N.W. 7th Avt. YV HOLLYWOOD 8017 Hollywood Boulevard at State Road rl YU 70450 Ft. Lauderdale %  k 1580 South Federal Hwy. JA 5 3136 3705 South Oavie Blvd. 2832 West Broward Blvd.



PAGE 1

F—e 10-A dfiSr? Friday, October 5 %  1962 Racist Youth Need Learning By WAX LERNER A Time When We Must Talk to God > it • %  % % %  \• %  •. %  < !. %  I i i '. i i < %  • e has l of his s] i ( OIK < Soul s. The South* rn govi rnor.s ci i in Florid) i Barnetl Excepl for Go\ .Pal Lerson of Alabi I Go\ Faubus of Arkansas thej made it clear %  olic ol his own. Ii in lhal go\ i r*s i !. as in a ci stle, ici r. is .. %  %  '*'.' %  i moral isolation. • • • In a few years Barnett's name will have been forgotten, but for a 1 ace in th< political sun. Before the tl i : • nvei sations with Barnett. But thi > had i to show that he was bowing irtyr's crown with a • • • 5 as era oppy as it was i ie hand (he saidi he must presen | eaee i e insist) hav< bet %  -v. i led bj %  and our with the fair f the iron heel ol otic t so I • would sound like the musical comi ( things ter. The only diffi renci b< i • ther members of thi White Cit /<" Couni i s is thai ts in the goi ernoi cl i • than they. 1 %  e not for I students c • • • I* was the rioting of the students that formed the miserable pay, nch i True, the} were led b} the would i \\ ilker, who i penanci i l Little Rock, and who now inci I harge against the Army he c W ; leadership v I e wi re i strain in the students to which h< I : the political attitudes of nor to the waving of Confi \. ich has be* om< I ri I I itility. I am talk i rii ting a< ainsl the I S marsl i i President of the U.S and his familv istem : t| %  talk v as thi %  I appeal to the student* I President ended, !!< %  might as well have a mob ol hov kuren r< a t it could not d pi i %  ir hatn d. • • • Who and whet was it that produced this mob of racist youth on an ,• is Whi and who fi ts v tth i. t that ii t the 1 ty. most hoi ould i ;. mbi li< i %  isti ati ,. | ; : ,. .. h • ther southen ci Phe stu ts were doubtless expressu lat theii familii fei I, hi I sion. %  the point f i ni\ it} is that it sh< il I be a subculture w j. er culture are subji cted to reason and cnticisi ri • out the student ri< ts was that the} •• ;., [ississippi will have t<> depend in fut in the n ind it can develop, all was tin' failure of the liberalism and hu, Ity—however muc nor little there mas I it—to gel acn -to the stui mi part of their i : ; mind I eeling that this is a failure not onl} ol i | %  iole conception ol college tea< I .. | xh e that the most crucial thing he i ts ihis vision of lifi oft n, ii to transmit this, he l< HOTEl PERSOI NIL SPECIALIST 1690 Alton Road Fhcne JE 4-4741 MIAMI BEACH Mi. and Mrs. Joseph P.'rdo and children Michele Alissa, .an %  K i. -v Year CHEER'S MASSAGE STUDIO • • 1456 V. ashington Ave. ,imi Beach Ph. 532-3763 By MEIR CHARNIAK are the mos • %  11 %  :'. : '• met I the pas I it thi Il %  and in Hi!.aci mnl 'thi Days i ; Awe bi I syi e than I home This, of course, is equallj tnic today, hut Ihi ovci w helmi} was e\ > %  i o ii the begii i i the : th until Rosh ,,;, the ?hami les makes the tly I pound i 1 shutters • f i ach h use and Il :: 5, %  I UP I Thi %  %  w arm covei s, %  and boys s, dress, and I of re pei i ... y there is less tev i s sol Force of the Ho'idav ..i a I pirit fervor of thi all Jews i the s were i %  the force i I Vnd I lj ol God was the mi most i i K rotz. H "At Si %  Year i tl i everyi %  ee him, evi is own ii %  ••. %  %  teepii in the soi .-< i %  % %  DELIAS IIKAB'TY SALO> REE PARI NG 1834 NW 36th STREET NE 4-4663 %  UI:M:>S BAKERY THE LIEFEN BROS. 772 NW lSJrd STREET NA 1-3870 T!TIIIES 1:1. With '• VOJ c Happy, Hcalihy V_ Morris N \k Mr. I v.m. i |"5; and Son •,) IJg'j i even • then befi islet %  %  %  %  : day ol r • • Meaning of Life urope ::...\ e past. Ina? hold .'. %  :: even if wi areas, %  r lovely i %  n the S Hi '•'. est. Fi iVesI Soul threi year Ii i %  ., j, tend the s} only oi ... Yom Kippu e th over-sir es .stress the I las \ \ re l he J which %  re• • II ;i %  • a • that it i• i the \ %  lithei ..-1 • %  %  y Land. : ... %  entui i erned with m God; iii a word ship to an \ i s touch el we i I %  I, r It I %  ur In %  %  • nd the s> na • tries • it t ervi thi na and Y me when i sooner oi Vnd this .tl : i new IIim<' %  e ai a %  i %  H: DA BEE TV TV-Hi-Fi-Sfereo COLOR Ah BLACK S WHITE ALL '.••• • ES ZENITH Authorized So PHILCO Factor/-Supervised Set\ it ... PL 4-8407 If No Ans. PL 4-5811 399 N.E. 7? ST. %  Wishes HUDSON SERVICE ;es — Tire Re: • ESoC^'ES • AD SEP d General Rej Phone NE 5-2212 and NE 4-4939 1135 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37 Florida • AY HU : Most Happy New Ye L & M. AUTO AUCTION GEORGE DENNIS AUCTIONEER 543 NW 36th STREET Ph. 751-4509 GREETINGS l — 11 .'.'ears Lev ASPHALT MATERIAL CO. • V. VUXED / 1030 NW 57th Avenuo MO 7-25 P.O. Box 44-003-Miami, FI ^ AY PHOTO ENGRAVING CO., II 1152 NE 1st AVENUE MIAMI FI 1-2765



PAGE 1

Friday October 5. 1962 // T'%  f Hawk Missile Sale ta Israel Stirs Comment at UNatlons Lions with light bulbs are knocking on doors throughout Dade county, asking residents to "Save Sight Buy Light." Pictured (left to right) are B. Cleman. West Miami Lions; Dr. Leroy Diamond, secretary, South Florida Lions Eye Bank, and .-er of North Miami Beach Club; Sidney Lewis, co-chairi the :ounty-wide sale, and member of the Southwest '_• %  : i Wolfe, member, North Bay Village Club. They nong 1 Lions, m mbera of 36 clubs, conducting their iht bulb sale now through Oct. 14 to raise toi ht conservation and other community service Angry Student Crowd Breaks Up Mos/ey Lecture at State Univ. ti. Ccntir.3 from Page 1-A told reporters that "I have never been ami am not an anti-Semite. I've rewir attacked any man's race birth or religion." Then he adcie.-;: "Jewish interests were to get us into a war with Germany, not in a British bua Jewish quarrel. He said among the "remarkable things" accomplished was that "he the unemployment probli Jc h sterica : V • i power, he I : rsl I : KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Dear Run • TU 8-4521 MUNS, Co Own.r of speakers on a program organized i>y the Students Association to provide students presentations of ;ill shades of political opinion. Student Association officials defended their choice of Moslej with the assertion ii was "very difficult" to find a Fascist who would "dispassionate" analysis of that idcolo App: i \ oki d • test R( p. SeyY • i. R L'.S In misr • %  % %  of I hi ud %  1 • ly policy, l %  bar thi Fi si isi TiferelhIsrael Dance Tifereth Israel Congregation will N om Kippur dance in the : hall VIond IJ evening, Rehments v\ ill be served. UNITED .\Allo\s JTA) — The decision ol the United States to -. .1 Hawk missiles to Israel created the biggesl sensation ai the United Nations this week since the current General Assembly began, The majority of Western countries, Latin American, Asian and Africanapprove I of the sale, but some delegates were concerned i over what they termed "expansion | of the arms escalation" in the Middle Bast. One ranking Western delegate, who asked that his name not be used, said the United States had to take 'he action to give Israel the necessary deterrent, but it would have been better if the United States and the Soviet Union had been able to agree on stepping the whole arms race in the area. One delegate was willing to be quoted by name. He was Ahmed Sliukairy, of Saudi Arabia, a principal spokesman for anti-Israel sentiments of the Arab bloc at the United NationHe said the decision \ as "sheer hypocrisy." The i nited state-, he said, talked about disarmament at the IN "and at Ihi -.mie time" gives Israel arm-. The Conference of Presidentof Major Jewish Organizations, in a telegram to Secretary of Slate : Dean Rusk, lauded this week the decision to sell Hawk missiles to Israel. The telegram said that "The Government's decision to sell Israel short-range defensive missiles will be welcomed by .ill American citizens who are concerned with peace UNIQUE! MAGNIFIQUE! MUMUM Jews in Algeria Have Sad Holiday Continued from Page 1-A cal j • in Jev %  %  %  Vmei .i.. a • l\ e %  is, cultural, re i e, are doi or non existent Li aders of the community said toda> that, after Yom Kippur, thej plan on taking D census of the Jews still remaining here and in the rest of the, country, On the basis of thi-' count, they hope to develop some sort of program of relief, religious revival and cultural rebirth. JARpT SUISSE RONEV PLAZA MOTEL 23rd Strel and Collins Avenue M %  f'r.L %  Holiday Greetings DEAN'S FAMOUS WAFFLE SHOP & STEAK HOUSE COFFEE LIKE MOTHER TRIED TO MAKE 3600 Coral Way Phone HI 6-9264 • New Sea OPEN 24 HOURS Pre-Yom Kippvr Dance B'nai B'I Singles is %  • %  il club over 32 on ng at the Shelborne hotel. The organization, for bustn 5 5 anc | pi ,iie--. ..! men and women, icelebra ing its sixth year ffers a variety of programs to its members. K^S CAFETERIA DINNER SPECIALS •1.10 YOU CAN PAY MORI BUT YOU CAN'T IAT BETTER THAN AT ST. CLAIRS CAFETERIAS Bi.CJ.jni %  '•'• •' 127,h iXnA CATERING for BAR MITZVAHS & WEDDINGS THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT Jg 8-5401 and stability in the Middle K i It will prevent a i n ei is imbalance of power resulting trom the flow of arms into the Arab states. and tin ir a. gressive use against Israel." The telegram, which was signed by Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman ol the 18-member conference, added "I pray that this constructive measure on your part will contribute toward the maintenance of peace in the Middle East and throughout the world." JUDGE lOU/S UVINTHAL Judge Levinthal To be Feted Here -in Ige Louis E. Levinthal, newlyele< ted chairman of the n itional I oai I ol go\ rnors of the Hi University, will be the honored er sp -ii n : by the Ameri 5 of I University on Nov. 3. When Jack s Popick, chairman ol the South Florida Division of the American %  ; in u/a h recently, he i tel with Levinthal to discuss Hebrew University's dr-t event of the year, which will take place at the Fontaii At the reception preceding the dinner, many colleagues and friends of the noted jurist will have an opportunity to chat with him about his new impressions gaired during the past fourmonths in Israel from which he has just returned. "A man of wide interests, with a deep-seated sense of public responsibility and an unshakable devotion t.< the Jewish people, Judge Levinthal has lutstanding %  •• both to America an rael," Popick declar He has : n, hi i.i lb-. • %  y of A %  ii wish Educ ition He holds i rom 1 and Je rish Thi I ii aU i lipsky to Get ZCA Medallion By Special Repirt NEW Yi iRK— Louis Li] in .-. %  been chos | •Id Medallion • :' 1 • Zionist Organization of An i d each year to an indi\ -i %  have rendered tl I ling sen ice to the cau ng to an ann • ment b; Dr M \ Nussbaum i of the ZOA C\TI.M:\TAL DINING ROOM 5 0"'v 'Shomer Shabbot" -•_ %  : RESTAURANT 8393 B!~0 RO.. Miomi 226 7--t /CONTINENTAL:-". 5 CAT E R E R S r LIMITED NO. OF OCEANFRONT & OCEANVlEW CORNER ROOMS' $r50 •J O-.ieDly. per pers. Dbl. Occ. 12 of 105 Rms. CCT9. -DEC. 17 Oc; 11 Strictly' M ..7446 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH — r Bar Mitzvahs—Weddings-Parlies At Your Home. Synagogue or at the Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel Under Supervision of Catering Manager Sol Weiss UN 6-5278 Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084 Our Kashruth is Always Under Strict SuDerv'sion HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON GORDON and PONT *H*^ KOSHEI CATERERS I'm m from hori d'oeuvres fa a complete biff if 170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655 Under the Supervision of the U.K.A. OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS



PAGE 1

Pag 12-A Jewish fhridliniri Friday. October 5. 1962 Kol Nidre Will Launch Yom Kippur Continued from Page 9-A Nidre services are at 7:30 p.m. Monday schedule for adults and 10th graders is at '.0 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. The nursery lounge will be the site of services for 7th. 8th and 9th grade students. A family service for parents and children of all iges "ill be on Monday at 2 p.m. Memorial services are 3:30 p.m., with Neilah at 4r30 p m "'Conquest of Fear" will be Ral bi Tibur Stern's sermon topic al Beth Jacob, 301-311 Washington ave at Saturday m irnii services al services will be u I on Si *> p.m. During M in la) services, slated to be^in at 8 a.m.. Rabbi Stern's sermon will be "Mirror of Life." Yizkor services will be at 11 a.m., and Neilah at 5 p m. Musical portion of all services will be chanted by Cantor Maurice Mamches, Rabbi Nathan Zv itman will officiate and Cantor Jack Lerner will chant the liturgical portion of all services al Timple Tifereth Jicob, :).")i Flamingo Way. Hialeah, starting on Friday al 8 15 p.m.. mon will be "Pui mei • for 'i hines We 11 norning 9 < Serm will the Waj • N'i Ire services will be held on Sunday at 6 p.m an dRabbi Zwitman's topic | will be "Write Me as One Who Loves His Fellow Men." The Yom Kippur sermon will be 'Dust Thou Art. to Dust Reuirnet.Y Was Not Spoken of the Soul Services begin at 8:30 a.m.. with Yizkor scheduled tor noon. Temple Beth Dixie buy., will ing sen ices at Shiran, 11539 So. ho Id Friday evenX 15 p m R ibbi We Must Learn io Feel Anew the Wonder of God By DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD Temple Beth Am Leaders in Judaism today will reluctantly admit that Jewish worship is confined to the High Holidays, so far as the majority of the Jews are concerned. The family trip to the synagogue at this season has taken on the character of an annual pilgrimage to a foreign and exotic region wherein the spirit ol Hod is supposed to be viewed. Jews come to the synagogue, satisfy themselves that God is still safely there, and proceed in their ways, unchanged and untouched by their experience. What has come of the old Jewish notion that God is to be worshipped regularly, every day, every Sabbath, in every deed, in every place? Ancient Judaism differed radically from the pagan religions in that it taught the dynamic continuity of the religious experience Judaism alone taught that God renews the world every day, that the miracle of creation takes place every moment. The pagans taught that unless human beings performed certain magical seasonal rites, the gods would not perform their creative acts, necessary for human existence, i Judaism rose above the need for seasonal rites and emphasized the nee' for a continuing association between man and God. All of the hectic activity around the synagogue at this Holy Day season highlights the sickness of our modern expression of Judaism. It is a sickness which affects Orthodox. Conservative, and Reform Jews. How apt is the expression "holiday seats." which most congregations imploy? We are selling "seats" for the spectators who come to watch from a distance a drama in which they no longer participate Those few congregations which refuse to sell "seats'" and insist that a worshipper become a member have taken one step forward, but most socalled '•members" come to a synagogue only as chauffeurs for their children. What is the solution'.' We have to learn to experience again the "wonder (awe) of God," the infinite power flowing within us and all around us. We have to come to feel with the 18th century Hasidim that prayer is the longing of the divine within us to join with its source. We have to feel, with the Hasidim. that we must join ourselves to another person, to other people, in order to become complete. We must recognize our relation to all that lives, and we must feel the magnetic forces pulling us together. These forces operate continuously. They do not awake only on the occasion of the High Holidays. RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD synagogue chauffers Sit p's TDI in will be "Ren %  Whal '" His sermon durSatui ... services to rl 10:30 a.i vill bi Kol Nidr rvices will held Sunday i r p.m., i tl Cutler Ri enter. : %  So Dixie hwj Ra :i! Diffi! : Mondaj morn' i m mqn w ill be "Forgetting to Remember." Yizkor will be al noon. and Neilah al ."> pm. Cantor Herman Gottlieb will chanl the musii al portion of all services, Rabbi Alfred Waxman will preach at all services at Temple Zion, 5720 SW 17th st. with Cantor Seymour llinkes chanting the liturgical portions of the programs. Services are scheduled on Friday at 6 p.m.. Saturday morning at 9 a.m., and Kol Nidre on Sunday at 5:45 p.m Monday services will start at 8. am., with Yizkor slated at 10:30 a.m. Friday evening services at the Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pinetree dr.. will start at 6 p.m.. and on Saturday at 7:30 a.m. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will officiate at all services, and his sermon on Sunday will be "Eternity of the Jew" during Kol Nidre. which starts at 6 p.m. Monday morning services are slated for 8 a.m., with the ser-, mon to be on "Shortcuts to Judaism." Yizkor will be at 10:30 a.m.. and Neilah at 4:45 p.m. Evening services at 6 p.m. will be held in the Chapel of Beth David, 2fi25 SW 3rd ave., on Friday, and in the main sanctuary on Saturday. 9 a.m. During the morning service, Bas Mitzvah of Nora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman, will be observed, with Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. Cantor William W. Lipson will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Kol Nidre in Sunday will be held at 5 45 p.m. Monday morning services will begin at 8 a.m., with the sermon to be delivered at 11:30 a.m Yizkor follows at noon, and Neilah at 4:45 p.m. Beth Israel Congregation, 711 40th St., will hold Friday evening • rvices at 5:50 p. m.. and Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Kol Nidre is slated for 5:45 p.m.. Sunday, with Rabbi H. Louis Rottman's sermon on "Man and his Divine ial Yizkor ser\ ices u ill be VI .-. at 8 tn Sermon will be Broken Tablets and the Sanctuary." Neilah is at s Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will on "Consecrating Ourselves" Ft day evening at Tmple Adath Y." 'nuruA, 1025 NE "Miami Garder. : N o. Miami Beach. Fifty nev bers of the Temple will !„ crated during the 8:15 p.m j ice. Cantor Morris Bei chant the liturgy. Saturdaj I ices begin at 9 a.m. with II mon on "Repentance for Kol Nidre services are sli I Sunday, at 5:45 p.m.. with ('.".plan delivering ., sermon "What is my Identificatioi Yom Kippur sermon durii ices Monday, at 8 a.m., wi] the Sha I Yizk.Continued on P?c-e 13.4 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. WAMi S.EXCC'USIVE IffC H Cl v CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR tl STAR GRANITE We ipecialiie in building Jewish Monuments Our work is Guaranteed*. MARKERS $ 30 2' X V x 4" Includes Name, Date and Delivery to Cemetery ON 3 DAYS NOTICE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 CANTOR MAX SACKS Well Known Cantor of Indianapolis, Indiana will conduct YOM KIPPUR SERVICES October 7th and 8th at THE MINYONAIRES 3737 BIRD ROAD, Miami Telephone 446-2181 UNO 'ViMMUNIlt MAOSOmiV loi intnmijfiei MtT 1-7693 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew A Sunday Schools. Wholesale A Retail ISRAUi GlfTS AND NOVEirifS 417 Washington Ave. Jt 1-9017 r f' ,, '''' rV''l' f''l" F ,, rTV?TV'?'a*WVTWffTv?^ ft -^^^ ^^ ft ft£2tkS'A^^\ M > '' % U i Mf>HM % fl VrJlYMItAl. J % i^iisMdfc laHHnaa^^. ft —— ^^*^ ;w LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK N.W 25th Street at 103rd Avenua invites you to attend SPECIAL MEMORIAL SERVICES conducted by RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH will chant the liturgy AT THE GROUNDS OF TEMPLE NER TAMIO SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1962 > i i 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 .A You are invited to Break Fast and Hear BLESSINGS AND BLOWING OF THE SHOFAR FROM JERUSALEM Brought to you by Phone and Record at Temple Tifereth Jacob 951 Flamingo Way Miami Springs-Hialeah YOM KIPPUR NIGHT MONDAY, OCT. 8, at 7 P.M. RABBI NATHAN H. ZWITMAN PRESIDENT SAMUEL SEIDLE GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS (Jewish Division at) THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES YOU TO VISIT THtlB SHOWROOMS AMD DISPLAY 100* fOR TWO-STOW WHITE BUILDING MAY Wf StKVl YOU AS Wt HAVt SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 —HI 42157 MtMOmiS Of BIAUTY DIGNITY AND PCRMANINCY v r Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies tor Synagogues. Schools &. Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach JE 8-3840 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fl. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FUNERAL DIRECTOB Wf SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 |



PAGE 1

Friday. October 5, 1962 • Jewisti florid inn Page 13-A Economics Course Offered A ten-lesson discussion course on today's economic problems, including taxes, inflation, housing, and the business cycle, is being olfcred at Temple Ner Tamid. with Raymond Abrams as instructor. First in the scries began Monday evening. The fundamental economics course is parl of the Henry George School curriculum ir. N< City, High Holy Day choir at Beth Torah Congregation includes these members. Left to right oeqinning with front row) are Howard Stein, Sidney Levine, Joe Schweitzer, Morris Tenenraum, Marvin Feld, Herman Hamburg, Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum, Mrs. Bernard Fleissig, Mrs. Simon Ball, Mrs. Daniel Abramowitz, Mrs. Joseph Solomon. Mrs. Martin Braterman, Mrs. Jerome Brunner, and Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. V 9 Yom Kippur Opens Sunday Continued from Page 12-A lemorial service will be at 11:30 Neilah is at 5 p.m.. and Sho; 6:30 p.m. Services will be held at Kneseth rael, 1415 Euclid ave on Friday : at 5:45 p.m.. and Saturday 8:30 a.m. Rabbi David Lehrlld's morning sermon will be |iihbath of Repentance." During nday services, Kol Nidre. at 5:40 P., topic of the sermon will be ir light Before the Eternal." Jrning services at 8 a.m., on Monwill be followed by Yizkor. htor Abraham Seif will chant the Irgica] portion of all services. labbi Mayer Abramowilz will of|ate and deliver the sermon at services in Temple Menonh, 75th st., with Cantor Edward Jin chanting the liturgical por\s, assisted by the Temple choir er the direction of Eli Samuels. prday morning services, scheduled for 9 a.m., will include the Mar Milzvah of Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hammer. Kol Nidre services in Sunday will be held at 6 p.m.. with Yom Kippur. starting on Monday at 8 a.m.. to include a sermon followed by Yizkor memorial services. Services for children from 7 to 12 will take place in the main Temple on Monday at 4 p.m. Teen-age services will be held in the social hall on Kol Nidre evening and in the chapel on Yom Kippur. Regular Friday evening and Saturday morning services at Beth Tfilh, 935 Euclid ave.. will be held at 5:45 p.m. and 8:30 a.m., with Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky's morning sermon scheduled for 10 a. m. Kol Nidre services on Sunday will be held at 5:30 p.m., and Monday morning services, to start at 7 a.m., will include Yizkor at 10:30 a.m. Rabbi Maurice Klein will offic"tate Dep't. Urges Continued \id to Arabs Despite Boycott I iate at all weekend services at Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW 8th St., starting on Friday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 9 a.m. Yom Kip; pur will start on Sunday at 6 p.m.. and continue Monday at 8 a.m. Beth Raphael, 139 NW 3rd ave.. will hold regular Friday services at 6 p.m.. and Saturday morning at 8 a.m.. with Rabbi Murray Alstet officiating. Kol Nidre will he held on Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Mondays schedule starts at 8 a.m., with Yizkor slated for 11:30 a.m.. and Neilah at 4:30 p.m. Congregation Anshe Ernes, 2533 SW 19th ave., will hold Kol Nidre services on Sunday at 5:45 p.m. Yizkor services will be at 1 p.m.. I on Monday. Rabbi Nathan Sfard I will conduct all services, and his I sermon on Monday will be "Return to God. Return to True Happiness." Rabbi Phineas WeDerman will officiate at services at Ohev Shalom, 911 Normandy dr., with Cantor Abraham Stein chanting the musical portio nof the liturgy. Friday evening services at 5.45 p.m., and Saturday morning services. 8:45 a.m.. will be held in the synagogue. Sunday Kol Nidre services at 5:45 p.m., and the Monday service will take place at 1133 Normandy dr. Services on Monday start at 8 a.m. Torah reading is si 10:30 a.m.. and Yizkor at 11:15. Continued from Page 1-A I to be more difficulties and re disadvantages than there advantages." He said there been "some indication of lingnesi on the part of the THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFO needs for its THRIFT SHOP your furniture, clothing, nens, dishes, drapes, etc. proieedi go lowardi lupport of I Horn*. You may contribute, take p deduction or wa will pay caah unit. Ramambar wa ara NOT profit-making organisation We i helping your community to kaep dignity. By helping othera you helping yourielfl Manufacturer* I jobbers—remember—w* can uao your jutcaatt er mitfita. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th Avenue Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays United Arab Republic to put the Israeli question in the icebox for some time. This does not solve it, but at least puts it back so it is not a day-to-day irritant in their relations." He reported that the State Department, to lift anti-Jewish measures affecting Americans, was working very quietly "with one or iwo of the Arab states." William S. Gaud. Assistant Ad ministrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, gave the Executive Department view on the various anti-bias measures incorporated into foreign aid bills by Congress. He said that denial of aid on this basis "might prove counterproductive and further limit any useful role which we can play in these conflicts. These disputes require the balm of time, patience, and persuasion." he stressed. He also testified that America must plan development loans for Israel. He explained that Israel faces a sharp reduction in reparations and restitution payments from Germany and needs a "continued large inflow of capital to sustain its high rate of investment." %  TtjGUST BROS RV £ '* re .,,. AF \r' is thv flf.ir YOU GET MORE CALLS WHIN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We 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 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR C]\N Let us repair it or apply a new one. Far free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. JE 8-7255 •# GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 1148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180 Hin your roof repaired now: you will gave on a new roof later. %  •Satafa-tory Work by Experienced Men" YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Cf --: ce FR 3-5581 Virgmsa Grants Rockwell New Party Charter RICHMOND — (JTAI— The State Of Virginia has issued a corporation charter to the "George Lincoln Rockwell Party" despite protests that this, in effect, legalized a Nazi movement Checks used to pay the state Corporation Commission's fees listed | the "American Nazi Party" as the remitter. Several months ago. the Commission had canceled a previous charter issued in the name of the •'American Nazi party." Purposes of the Rockwell party on the new charter statement included "the gaining of political power in the L'nited States by all legal means and effective processes" and the "education of the American public.'' Rockwell was listed, along with Nazi lieutenants, on the party's board of directors. Lakeside Service Slated Sunday Temple Ner Tamid will conduct a special service on Sunday. 11 a.m., at Lakeside Memorial Park, NW 2oih st. at 103rd ave.. Miami Rabbi Eugene Lubovitz and Cantor S h, "I T-mple Ner ate and chant the litur Ij of the memcria which precedes Kol : .die ..;.;! the launching of Yom I | | .:: %  5723 Sunday evening at sun.-'. wr.. The traditional service derives from the custom of visiting the departed during the Hijh Holy Day period. Lakeside Memorial Park this week extended an invitation to the tit ire Jewish community to take part in the memorial. All who wish to participate are welcome, whether they hold plots at Lakeside or not. As a special service. Lakeside Memorial Park will have a rabbt present for mourners' individual, memorial prayers at graveside until 1 p.m. Beth Am Bridge Class Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am will sponsor bridge courses at the Temple starting Monday, Oct. 15 Beginners will meet from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.. and an intermediate class will be held from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Kruglich, is in charge of the classes. Established mi Horn* Owned Mom* Operated TERMITES? ROACHES? ANTS? Safe, Positive Control With Every Other Week Service For The Home TRULY NOLEN "The Sign of Good Housekeeping" COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK MLL F R 7-1411 Greater Miami* Larat Extermieete* WHAT FM FROM BRAHMS i TO RARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT %  FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY FURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WK A T %  FM



PAGE 1

Page 14-A 1. 1 <** icih r>.r rHir*F Friday, Cdober 5, 19S2 Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Here is a Marvelous Story That is Beautifully Told Z* LAND OF THE LIVING. By John Kerne. 280 pp. New York: Harper & Row, 49 E. 33rd st. $3.95. %  OHN HEARNE'S NOVEL of the insulated island of •* Cayuna. a lazy and charming dot in the Caribbean, ib a wonderful tale. Cayuna. hot. lush, lusty and lovely. Is a mixture of white and black. English and natives, iierce loyalties and glowering schisms. Removed from the rush of the world, it creates its own world in which Negro and white meet on special terms in a social relationship more relaxed at the same time that it is more rigidly ruled. Like the Caymana children, many of whom •had that subtle yet exhausted beauty of the small, isolated community where cousin has married cousin for too long." and where, 'in another generation, imbecility and rare, half-forgotten diseases would begin to appear." the island, too. is a strangely, disturbing commixion with a troubling beauty. Like Prospero's isle, Cayuna is magical: it works its sea-change on those who reach its sun-baked shores. The young Jewish refugee scientist. Stefan Mahler, came from the insane horror of Europe feeling himself "merely a solid ghost remaindered from the body of six million livCopitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Electronic Devices for Export Would Aid Trade Washington A TREMENDOUS Afro Asian market exists lor Israel electronic equipir tnt. providing a lertile field for Americai co-investment, but Israeli industry i • ackward in many respects, a U.S. Government trade mission reported here. The report was made to the U.S. Decent of Commerce b> Earl h. Baki • %  president of Medtronic, Inc. of Minneapolis. Minn., authority on electronic equipment who served on the n. -•.. %  which just returned from Israel Mi Bakken said the developing electronics market v, :Israel together with the entrance it can provide 1. th< hundreds oi millions of people in the Afro-Asian market ffei pportunities lor the American businessmai ti enter into profitable connections with Israel agencies int ventures, or investment ;-\ | • that "th Israelis are in a better posiOff the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN The Image of a Man I^R. WILLIAM HABER in my !" book holds the distinction of being among the few public figures in Jewish life who are always refreshingly exhilarating whether their theme is Jewish "tzores" or Jewish "naches." He understands the Jewish situation in depth and is keenly sensitive to the undercurrents in Jewish life everywhere. His immediate dedication ; ORT and its program of creating a future tor Jewish young men and women through training them in skills and occupations that are es;ial to the economies of the countries in which they live, particularly in Israel. His wider dream. hi wever, is of the Jewish image in toto. the planting of Jewish roots, the preservation of Jewish values, thi burgeoning of Jewish culture in all its forms. Dr. Haber is professor of economics at the University of Michigan, but he does not talk like a teacher nor does he employ the semantics of the pundit, usually deemed by the over awed and the gullibie as a sure mark of scholarship. Whether it was Israel he spoke about or the distant lands lrom which he had just returned—such as India, Japan. South Africa and Australia—his limning was always fresh, in measured words, in subdued colors. in balanced topes. One sensed humility in his telling whether the story was about Israel, the exotic land.or the activities of ORT and its future plans. Yet it was not an objective telling, for his voice vibrated with intensity and his visage reddened perceptibly as he spoke of the Jewish future in the lands of hi? visit Wherever he went. Dr Haber fount! quest for education for Jewish children the foremost problem it Jewish leadership. Everywhere he sensed strivtor contact with Jewish values, as well BS feat 11 a youth breaking waj from tradition because of a lack of understanding of the significance of links as a tie between the generations. Many of the Jewi>h community leaderhe encountered in those countries Dr Haber said, were plainly concerned "lest the generation of tomorrow may not understand why they are Jews." In some of the countries there A as complaining by the elders that the -' %  -, youf putting too much emphasis on the crises of today' and that "the gap between the generations was '-rowing particularly serious "over the issue of human rights, with the young unable to understand the neutralist position of their elders as Jew? on some of the burning confrontations of the day. There were deep furrows on Dr. Haber's face ahe spoke (1 the Jewish luture in the distant lands But thej vi magic once his theme, turned t< Israel erstai I %  %  tion to work with African governments because of the -rent mutual trust, for in Israel the Africans recognize a new country experiencing similar problems. This trust does not always exist between African countries and France or Britain, nor with the U.S." The African market is already absorbing 150.000 Israeli-made radio sets a year. The market will grow by 50.000 sets a year. These radios are of a type not made in America. Many electronic and electric companies could do well by manufacturing kits or semi-completed devices in Israel and exporting them, for completion and sale, to Turkey. Greece, Malta. Cyprus, Iran. Nigeria, Tanganyika. Senegal Liberia, and other Afro-Asian countries as they emerge as consumerMr Bakken saw a considerable increase m such new markets in the next few years. Mr Bakken's investigation of television possibilities in Israel concluded that Israel Government opposition t" TV was based on "personal rejection by Premier BenGurion Also, since TV would he a government operation, it was "felt that money can be better spent in other areas." and that "TV might cause an inflationary trend." He expressed belief that TV would be introduced in Israel within two to four years Several companies have licensing arrangements ready to go into use as soon as the "go ahead" is given. Indeed, there are already "too many for the market.*' There is a plentiful supply of Israeli engineering talent for research and ideas. The cost of labor is about one-third of that in the United States. Sufficient engineers to maintain a growing electronics idustry are provided by the Haifa Technion. the Hebrew University, and the Weizmann Institute of Science. But "there is a drastic lack of technical management. Most local companies refuse to recognize this. There exists a lack of product development ability or engineering. I found no concept of quality control to meet standard requirements and no standards." He noted "there is an almost complete absence of any sales effort, locally or for export No effort is made to do market research or feasibility studies before start ing a business or proceeding with a new product no research or competition is practiced." Mr. Bakken charged that the Israeli Government's procurement procedures for electronic equipment "are not designed to be of benefit to private Israeli manufacturers." He urged that electronic section be turned over to private initiative to give a real boost to Israeli electronics. He found "a lack of any effective industry organization or cooperative effort, a shortage of precision machinists for short-run high quality mechanical parts plant preventive maintenance programs are unknown." The Bakken report observed that the import of basic electronic components was "not only expensive but intolerably slow Very little wholesale stock is maintained anywhere in Israel because of the tremendous tax load that must be paid on the components before they are ever sold or used. A few components are manufactured there, such as coils, transformers, condensors. etc. But they are in short supply or made to order and are generally of an inferior quality because of the primitive production methods." Appliance dealers in Israel told Mr. Bakken that tor every dollar worth of cost of an American-made appliance. they mu-t charge the Israeli buyer S3. Ing Jews" But the limbo of emotion am spirit from which he stares, remotely, at the world, begins to dissolve like a morning mist before the revivifying heat of Cayunan life. There are three othir characters on which the book stands like a well-laid, opulently dressed table. There is Bernice. a dark-skinned woman of magnificent honesty and such rich compassion that she seems the archetype of earth-mother and womanhood. Like the perfect mother, her nurture of Stefan enables him to leave her and her undemanding love for the more difficult and sophisticated love of the adult. And that is Joan, white, "civilized." with all the problems of civilization. Then there is the Reverend Marcus Heneky. Bornice's father, the leader of the Pure Church of Africa Triumphant, and his Sons of Sheba. It is an anti-white movement which wants to return to the black man his dignity and his freedom, and it undulates beneath the glistening foliage of Cayuna like the serpent in Paradise. It brings tragedy to the island, as racism, even on its most noblebasis, is destroyed by its own divisiveness. So. too. in the interests of progress and compromise, must one suffer < inevitably the loss of the more primitive, unadulterated • passions — just as the pure mother love, ever practical. ever pragmatic, dedicated to serving tin needs of progress, carries within it the seeds of its own destruction, ot being rendered unnecessary. Are the terms rig.'it'.' It hardly stems to matter, because this is such a mtnfluus story, so ttautifully told. Panorama: Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR UJA's Anniversary %  HE NEW JEWISH year marks th< 25th anniversary I t the ex[istence of the United States Appeal I—the great fund-raising effort (which by any standards stands as lone ol the giants in the entire American fund-raising scene. Jewish and non-Jewish. But before I the start of the 25th anniversary, American Jews must straighten out their record for the concluding year and pay close to S34.000.000 in cash to cover their outstanding pledges to the UJA. The time to do it is during the High Holiday season. The need for speedy collections of pledged contributions this year is greater than ever because of a number of developments. It is a year when the Jewish community in Algeria was reduced from 135.000 to 10,000 with many of the Algerian Jewish refugees in dire need ol assistance in France. It is also a year when Israel faced the largest Immigration in a decade, with all newcomers in need of a rool over their heads and other forms ol immediate aid. The complete and rragic uprooting ol the Jews in Algeria, the majority of whom were well off only a year ago. should give feiod for thought to the many Jews in this country who are meeting the new Jewish year in security and economic well being The ancient Biblical tradition of "Masser'— 01 giving 10 percent of the income to charity—had been practiced by such American Jews as Jacob Schiff and other Jewish philanthropists. But it inot being practiced today by many who can atford to do it although the need of Jews overseas is today much greater than in the years of Jacob Schiff The High Holiday season, with its atmosphere of prayers and meditation, may stimulate Jewish givers to think of the fate and needs of the Jewish refugees from Algeria as well as of those who are now ceiming in large waves to Israel. It is the' hope of the UJA leadership that these giverwill, in the spirit of the' tradtiional Tzedakah—which readies its high point during the High Holidays—not only redeem fully their pledges to the UJA it this year, hut will also int! i • their gifts in the lights of the %  i n ..-i d needs. By DAVID SCHWARTZ It's Such Great Fun to Learn a New Language M Y LITTLE NEPHEW and niece have just returned after a stay o! | only a year in Israel and their llebrev goes "like a water" as they say. I don't I know why we continue sending children] to the Hebrew schools for years in Amer lea. Send them for a year in Israel and I they will come back not only know ing the language themselves but probably able to educate papa and mama a little on the subject. Think of the saving in expense and remember papa and mama need a little Hebrew education also. : niece was giving me lessons in %  nal i' and it 1 could have continues alifj would havi %  as Rcths Danny, aged six, ee.:n = ng hack after a ;-e;.r was asti ished how many people ir, the United Statesp< ak EngllsBHe waeuiick to COIN back to English ot course, but he sandwiched hiHebrew with it. "Gam a horse is in tnt picture, he said (Gam in Hebrew means also.) Tinmishmash, these confusions, art of course com mon in Israel among the tourists who mix their language s I read in an Israeli paper about an American tourist wn< aproached a soda stand in Israel and asked for a ol soda without "mitz i.-vrup). "There is no such thing." said the proprietor. Wltnout mitz. it's lemon, without mitz, orangt." "Have you got n.i'.z without pineapple?" asked Amer said the p'< i rietor. inn 'ican. • i, i %  rael i rd ei % 



PAGE 1

Friday, October 5, 1962 I %  %  *!> rr Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE DER (AMI LAW %  %  HEAI OF I I • %  %  .. I %  : %  :• 11. IT C £ UNDER r CTI riOUS NAME LAW | .:. i i ; 11 i ... Ictlt'oll N I %  v ml • Intends %  : : nty. Florida UKI.VIN WEISS :• i i THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND [FOR CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 9809 I \ M I I IEAPH Ii IDERAI. SAVIN (slil.oAN ASS 1 "I.X'i'li >N. .. I'nil i ktff il r k i %  iii AI.MnNH, know n i SKDl iPHEI.IA SMITH, I n. et .i 1 % %  %  • nt* NOTICE OF SUIT HER SI 11" IEXTH \ I. .in ERI :m M nil IE1 i | : .I ill,Bhi v f, .rcdose thai eel t.iin hi %  ; i i: N X wil.l.l \ M i I! IIKI VIDA SK1I.L-.MAN wife 1.1 MIAMI HI I SAVINGS VXD l.oAX [ iTIi >X. dated (h-tohei i |, •. under i \. I h -ll:,| I:. of tin I'u i: %  County. 1 tains! ,: %  %  In Dad, ('fillnty, PI rI nrk II, CFT1.ER IUI [ \ IIIIK 11 HI I •... %  | >ia i • hi I'ublli !: %  rds %  %  'niinty, hlorlda and ... required I ner\'i I (*wt-r pleading on the neys, MKYKK, WEISS, -• V ,' Ri ISE, l"T Lincoln R I, I I lorldn. nnd fill I • I: IT in the i >fl Ice if the „ ii| tin I'lreull I 'ourt, ,,n ,•: hi • i. Hi. ,,il h da> l I KM iln % %  -' | ; the allegations ol nald iilni u id I.taken as eonfcssi .1 bj I %  II lATED ,i Miami, Dad* r |i... MI:, thi* I iih day of Septi E. B f.EATHERM \N. del |eal) % %  I. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clerk %  14-21-2S I ft '! i^ I ... BY HENRY LEONARD LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION |IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 9806 i iHX Till "MAS I il 'LAN. Claim in. \.... I V Ri IA HE I' MARY IXM.AN, • -.ill! SUIT FOR D.VORCE • i M \:> ; VRET MARY I >I.A\' D Street Rro.ikl} il, New York You M \Ri IARET MARY IK1 \ N :. her.l.i notified th il • Hill I foi l'i\ has been tl I %  %  .,ti \ %  %  are ref|ulred ol ,.. %  .\II- er nr I'l id• %  Hill I run IN THE CIRCUIT CO.= OF ~= ELEV.. NTI L -.: -. : =;. :.FLOR DA \ %  •. r FOR :>:: COUNTY. IN "C: ATE, %  NOTICE S^ PUBL :AT : •. ;.". i has i-ntu 11 plain) : %  has been | II %  i se IV i "I'll..:• %  • ;.:.iinl If leys I' A 1 l I N .v RoTHEXHERi! lug, Miami •! la i : \ • .f in I %  • !ourt on •!' i, l ith day >i %  Dwi entered tgalnst you :'..i tlie rellel • i %  • %  %  mi..i.iiiii I i.\TEI'this •%  %  i ••;.' i: B :.:\ I'HERMAN Clei k "f tli --:il, Bj C • AND %  iu CA1DIX & R ITHENB -: %  :... 1} I Miami 12, • JS, l,\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i ELEVEN! OF FL. DA IN AN aE COUNTY. IN I RY • 1 V \ BAN : %  %  'II l.\l SADI'R SIl'XI NIOT.CE OF SLIT PO: Altll VIIAM SAP s I n, ,. '| Hlituteil li.il l In I hi%  ', C.UI I %  the .-. ,E\ EXTH .1 I'l;cull of I'U, i i ,.\ i .1: i '"lint l In 1 he follow Inii iii ., :i.. ,| ,. i."' ii iii III if .-' %  IT r I.AK 1: MAX' in. si :• 'TH >N %  II I'In I Ihci ill rdi-i In |'In • Biaik .'.'. .,1 I'.,,;. 79, .,: ;ii. Il ol I lade County. Florida tiiKetlu ; %  u iih I'uiudi W tel Heal er Mod, : S-301 -I'X Sei lal No l"8. Hollj : i, BTI S| Heal .iModel S.'iil S-l >. Hotpolnt \\ ,. Model I.II T-Serlal No. 778355, Hotpolnl Range Model i:i:-„: Serial y6l6iu, Hotpolnl Refrigerator Model EH 11 Sei inl D5IHI11. You in • requli pil ii. I'I .. ..in II i:. BW ,i to plaintifl • omplaim wll h the Clerk "i i li, aforesaid Court, an serve ii eopj thereof upon plnlntlffn mi,,in, > MARTIN KINK. 14th Floor Dade Pederal Bldg., Minim 32, Florida, n,,i later than October 1-'. 1962, or n I lei i • % % %  Pro I 'onfeHHo H ill |,. entered .iu.,Inul you. K Il I.E VTHERMAX Clerk "I the Clreull i By: X A HEWKTT, llepilt) Mel I, MARTIX PIXE Vttoi nej for Plaintiff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Mil, |.'!.... : | ELEVENTH KDCiALC RCUIT OF Miami 32, Florida FLOR DA N VND FOR DADE ;,, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY \j S2C 10174 NOTI--F uNriFR HAVIN.M FICT,?IOUINAMILAW N u I'll 'i: IS HEREBY i ilVEX thai %  %  ._ ,X? „ IEIIV i ,-f I,I -i' buwm in I IK • • PRE VSl'RE l.-I.AM, SERVICE STA*'My God! He's been locked in here since last Yom Kippur!" Caor. 1962, Day* i r sclicils yotir leqol noiicea. We appreciate your patronage end guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE : %  % %  N'oX I II! 'PIN in I : ilRll'flX lun %  •• %  leneral %  'olorudo, and tl Imlim \. thi'ouKh, II,. ubo\,named dive or i' dead, i •:. %  •:. |H-I|-*, .i.-\ i-,-,.-. ute<'H, legatees, aanlKineoa, %  %  %  -! t, i nd all parti having or i laimlng i" have in} right, title or Interest %  he propert) hen In di tci ibed. v • i i iier, b} notified that the ipl i>ned iction Ims been iuIH ilu-i you in the Mrcult i the EI.EVEXTH Judicial : II :i,l;. in and for I'ADE : .-. i II ,i txage upon il lowing le i %  '' i" operty: 1..I l. Bl %  ;> 97, THIRD AUDITION Tl i CAR! II. i'l PY, i i i ni4 I" ilo.•:,• thereof, recorded In I 'Iu Hook ,11 he Public Records Florida, Y > i ,: %  .required i< iii,your an%  A : %  ilalntlff's complaint with thii ml I \,. II th reof up n plaintiff's attorney • MAR riX PIXE, I Ith I %  • Dade Federal Building. Miami 32, Florida, NOTICE U'. D= R riCT TlOUS '.: i !2. I II12 Ol %  NAME LAW Deere* • Confesso "ill be entered \. 'Till-: IS HER :.:\ Ql\ EN that ': %  -' I %  %  ri-hrn • i i Dated I lUi daj of Sept, ndier, 1982, I: I. j. i. A I ll.'.KM A N. RI ^ EAl. I'tiMPAX Baj • ." 'he lircull :l uurt Urivi Mia I %  : I i In %  • K %  } ** tlxl I '.'. lel : ,. v .N FINE • 'i Plaintiff r D i le Fedi ral Bidg I, i, i ""HI %  >," %  norney. SAMPEL STEEX. „ ... 9,21-28, 1D/5-12 Way, Cora <; NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS %  • % %  %  NAME LAW •" h '"••• ihe, NOTICE IS HEREBY QIV'BN thai Tli >X at 1VM A. BH> Vlllag, Hoi Id i Intendt to i %  -i--. i said mi me wil el k "I the Clreull Court of Dadi County. Morida. S.\ M SI ,1 ill K Si \ I.EEP & ANKl'K, l-:-.|.Attoi ne} for .Sain Sodb-k • 121) Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla, :• I4-21-2N. I" .'. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51142 IX RE: Estate ,.f l.iHIS MEYERS, I leceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hmreb} given thai I have final II Final Reporl and Petition for Distribution and Final Dl*ehargt aExi • .ii"i -I the estati of l^ouls Mi %  ers, deceaseil: and that on the IM da} ,,,' November, 11*82, "ill appl} T-. the Honorable Count} Judges of Hade County, Florida, for approval "i said 1'iiial Report "oil for distribution and final dlschargi .,~ Executoi "i the estate of the iibnve-nameil decedent. This 21st day of September, 1982 MII.TON R MANXHBIMER Executor KOVNER ^ MA-NNHEIMER Attornej '• fr a Miami BeftT Florida :• 28 10 %  12, 19 |,i |:i ;• %  -. judgment bj ,1,fault will be %  • %  ... tin Bill of Complaint nhall h fom nsecutivi A Sll Fl.ORII 'I \N "XI .\i> i • i ; i II:I:I:I • n \i ml • :. Ilth dn %  ol Si plen >el K CrilERM \\". Clerk, lade %  s Di PIKTKU I lepul! "Ii i I. Win :• oi Ida I'lalnl %  !' • I : I '• IN THE CO.',"' .UOOE'S COURT IN J\J r :c-3:r.,'. ^. FLORIDA I •• 3 S38A ; N : V %  '. NOTICE TO CRED'-'-OPS i : %  %  it' i RI.KS %  ilgn I, i sii into eng ige in is name ol i I' VRTMENT STORE lunty, Ploi Ida, Intends to url I ade County, ~ iSMAItri (IEXERAI. • %  < IRP. ire Corp.) Sole • w ner H 28 10 5, 12, 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY 111VEX that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In busineas under the fictitious nn IMil.l'IIIN PROPERTIES HI SKI N K l^lsi St., North Minim B Intend to i-eglster said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade County, Florida. TERRENt'E C VNXKX RICHARD A 'ARI.STRi '\l Sole l\> net > Belgel, Ti Iti In,an ,v All,. 11 Attorne} si K\i 1 162 W Flagh r Si i I-21-2S in NOT'CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N 'ICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN '.hat i j to engage In E COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 52584-A i Bl.inton) IN I't U'l.SEX •OTiCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE •PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION • D F.NAL DISCHARGE ih.r.l. that I Final Ri n>l I and IV llI -iil,nii.,n ami Final DIs.'I %  %  i; 11\ ,,i ihe estal i il I 'oiilsen, eceH %  i and da} 'i ictobei in ihi lliinoralili County hade County, Florida, for %  .,: %  IInal Ri in i • and for final dlschargi nl in, estati "f i he ..i"\. i-eedi in. This 12th day of %  I.APR \ |Xi ;i:m ,|;i; AHHEXS Execulil\ VRMX I W'lEXER, Esq. Hiiildlng 'i 21 -. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I'E IS HEREHY (IlVEX ned desli in-i" engage In • %  III. fictitious linn: il 1 v ST SE \ F s Hi 32i SW AAKi'.N SIMONS KAXXI II • .%  INC II • A %  %  v %  1 %  : I 2! 28. in NOT.CE UNOEfl FICT J5 N ,1 -. > .'• NOTICE tin un %  i .i-ni. PS uniler %  JET T.V. C '• '• -' I VI %  i i Merk uf the i I i >unty, i rlda i ra KESSL.ER & %  %  for Ap : %  '.s \v : .' %  i --i; .ii ourl ,.i i. ,. v NO" : -U MOSH FICTlTiQ.. 9 NAME v.v NOTICE IS HEREB1 (age In businei • EMPIRE M T : RI ISE (II il.l ISTEIN JACK IV \.\IAT" "ROK AMES & KM I : %  -• i, 12, 19 I.; iidiii %  in %  NOT :; UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N I IS HE IHBY GIVEN that • ige in sii %  : %  i In lous Maine of :v 1'I.Ayi'ES m HCIO S VV i :"i Miami. Florida T said name with ihe ,r the Cl ill %  %  %  i if l MoV "oui N >R \ll M \\. I,I PEN M A I'I iMPTON MAR IUDNICK ip ints Ailisl ; Build II-; .'4. 10 5-12 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW REBi IIVEN ili.it ring l mgage m %  imes of IN 8 I'l'Dl" 181 IF Ml,\ STOKES ii -1'136 Ida Intend* Ii he Clerk %  i 'O. INC i i.. it Ion 8 \ \ \ : : IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51226 IX RE Eslnte ..f SAX HOI! I'M.IN. I '. • used. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DlS~RIBL TION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni .TK'E Is hereb} I I havi fill il ., I'm. I Rcpol I MII lliul on ., ud IInal I >l KM in... the estal .1. ..,.-, ,1 and thai oi I hi .,: Xo\ .'ni.' i will a I ionorable Count} l>ad< i 'ounty, l-'l'it Ida, for io> Ri |n • • nnd foi final dlschni w u Km of I he ,.~i ,i,. „f ih, uli \ e-i inn This her, I'"-'.'. Mil. I'i .V R V >N NIH'IMKl; Exi KOVNER S M VXXHE1MER Vtim ne} 12" I.in,"In Ri id Miami Beai I 9 2* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT O" FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY NO. 62C 9682 \ RTEKE'P SAVIXOS AND I.' IAN ASSI 'i 'IA'1'11 X, Plalnl Mi 'Hi >I.AS Al.' 'l.-li • an.I i 'ARi '!, A I,' IIS'II '. his lf el al. Defel NOT CE OF SUIT Ti i; .NIiMli il.AS A 1.1 HSU and CAR' 'I. Al.' IISli Inuii,I:AI. I ,, in \'. an Avi n le Buffalo. New York You are hi eb} nol Ifled tha I tha i aptlonerl ai iIon has ''..;, nsl ynu in the Cln '•,. HI of the EI.EVEXTH Judli i il %  i.i in and for i'.\i •'••'. Count} to i"i ei lost a mm tgage vlng described cal 1 I ,i.| Block I STI iXEYBRi IK ESTATES tu the Plat !"nl Hook % %  Pag, r the 1 Rei ords I'i %  Co nty, i rlda, togetl er Ith VWstlngl !%  Refrl loi HI.-12 You an to fill %  %  %  %  || %  MARTIN PIXE, N i I '. de I %  %  %  Mini I''I...-. than (i I Pro i "unfi --,• will %  ) entered at nsl i: li I.EATHERM VX of the Clri By: X \ M I :\VE I'T, Deputy i MARTIX FIXE \ %  in > for Pin Mill Flool I liub Federal Bldg. \i .,-1 i .. hlorlda 18. 10 'I | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDlC AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C1036I THE VVII.I.IAMSBPRi'.H SAVINGS BAN K Plaintiff, IVAK JACK Tl ITHMAX, a I %  i an, ami ,IPDY I.EE TOOTHMAN. a single woman I ', feudality. To: lll'Y I.EE TooTHMAN, a slngh \\ an • 'hahuenga Bl\ il Vpl No. I North Hollywood, California You ai, hereb notified iln.I thrt .ii„.\, ,,;i ..a. .i action has i„-, n Instituted .,-i..in-i > ,,ii in the -in in i '"nit %  hi El. ,-enth i idii lal C rcull o( Florida In and foi I mil. Count} to foreclose a mortgagi upon the following ,i. HI Ihed i .al i'i opert) : l.,,t %  •:.. iii.., k :-. • ITI.KI: RIDC.E si I'TH'.NFIVE, iiceordlng i" the Plat therei leil n Plal Book il". Pagi •• of ih, Pulil R> %  !of I lade i 'mini}. Fli 'i.i • %  %  • Screen Pi rch, I..1HIPosi n Switch at House, i\ • hill li li i Ai Range 1S(1 538 Tub and Showi r Em Venetian II. ,i \v Exh Fan Hot w.ii, i II. ,• i thes polea, -,., i ; ; ,i liagi Bii w i 'an. cl n, I %  inswer to plami Ifl mil iplalnl wltl i he Clerk ,.i Hie ill .i 'i '' servi .. coin hereoi • miff's al torney. MARTIX FIXE %  iih M Hdi I-, .. .,1 Bid I %  I decree Pri Confi — will i • entered %  !'.,!.,! Si R i IERMAN Clerk e I'ln i <"' H i i .•!' VXD \1 \KTIM FIXE Attoiln i • ... !• • .-• • Miami :I2, I ... I NOTICE UNDER FICTiTIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEX thai the undersigned, desiring !eng business under the f let I PNITED SPXDRY SPPPI.Y Ke} stone Bouli vanl Nortl M Ian Floi Ida Intend i" reglstei salil nami Iih the Clerk ,,f the "Ircull I' I 'i,l, '. nun \ Flo A 1.1.AN n.VDOD MORRIS (IAIHIIJ SACI. .lAI'i'i. Sole Ownei • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i IT1CE is HEREBY UIVI • ih,. undersigned, desiring l Ith i he Mei k of the I 'lrirl %  %  !• •' •• %  Florida ANDRE MEPNIER :• .i-28, 1" 5-12 N HE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCL'IT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY N i 62C %  oo;' %  inl SYI.VI xIH! K\\ %  '"/.. %  %  I'.ERR SOER, I NOTICE EY PUBLICATION I; I! 1 X (1E R FIKD. that n i s. Mortgagi "ii %  • X I s T WOOD LAKE '" i %  %  i %  %  >li In Plat Book al Pugi 29, ol thi Pill '.,..,.. • i Florida ; 1;.,i .. • • n 11,! j oil .,.. ... ..... of your VI • i' H ROBERT Kt •! ,TN< i\> i %  %  I luildlnK| Mian I, Floi el he original Ansuei .a Pli in %  •In Hi offlci % %  ( r %  i,, Clerk of thi i r> t 'ourl on "r ill October, 1982. |] i,. do si : il.. in. ni by i for I • mi' I. till! i \i'i:i, \r \i i \ Ml, i ii i nty, i his 17th da} ol .-. ptentbi ii i • i: I.EATHERMAX Clt-r ti irt Dade C mill \. I' *lda I seal) B} I' Ci iPKl.At J I >. i II Ri >BER r Ki H.TXi 'W in'ii'i • I, Hlorlda 28, W/3-12



PAGE 1

' Page 16A > imicHrfcrMiiiiir Frida Y 0ob 5 u BONUS DAYS FOR THRIFTY FOLKS WHO SAVE AT FLAGLER FEDERAL'S BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH It really pays to save at FLAGLER FEDERAL'S branch, 570 N.E. 81st Street, in the heart of the Biscayne Shopping Plaza. Your savings earn at the current annual rate of 4K%, and when you open or add $500.00 to your savings account you will receive one of these lovely gifts FREE. ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER by Empire. 2-cup capacity. Heavy duty cord set. OE CLOCK with adjustable alarm. Accurate and quiet, no regulating. ARPEC.E BY LANVIN-Purse(1K HEATING PAD-3-spwd size in gold and black flacon by warmth, pushbutton control, CARTILR washable cover. GlfTS ONLY AT BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail. FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States. Open or add to your Flagler Federal savings account on or before October 22nd and earn dividends from October 1st. 4 Current Annual Rat 1/ C / */_ /O Payable Quarterly /4 Ot*r $55,000,000.00 in Resources SE HABLA ESPANOL > > '}f'' FREE PARKING FLAGLER FEDERAL AND LOAN ASSOCIATION BRANCH BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA 570 N.E.81stSt. SAVINGS OF MIAMI



PAGE 1

tl je W oman '. IV.rU n J by ISABEL GROVE A glamorous year ahead .for Ruth (Mrs. Albert) Bernard, who Hill be hostess for Marcel Wilson. Miss Hawaii who was named Miss ISA. at the Miss Universe pageant here last summer, chair%  i by Kuth for the second time They've just returned trom Uton, Ml., whore "Lelanie" appeared for the United Fund There will be trips to Hawaii, the Far F.ast. Panama, South Ameii and Europe before the two return to Miami Beach next Julj or th< IS63 Miss Universe pageant A 20th wedding anniversary celebration at Hie Villa's Japanese steak House for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Liberman, 7925 Haw.home ive. Guests included daughter Debbie, and local friends tie Eli Crespis, Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rothtield and Dr. and Mrs. Edward l.irn. Owner of a Renault agency. Liberman was host dealer !his week at a luncheon for southeastern Renault dealers at the Seville hoiel Well known Miami abstract artist, Dorothy (Mrs. Bernard' Israel, ha-: been invited to enter a painting in a competition at lie Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale, In Hie third invitation show to open ei 18 She won first prize m I960 and second prize last year. • Children of Annette and Lou Seitlin continue to make their nark in emmty and national athletic divisions 14-year-old Larry iced lourth in the junior postal team match division "D" in rifle shorting Rebecca. 7. added to her many ribbons for competitive swimming, a second place silver medal in the freestyle •vents sponsored by the Greynolds Park optimist, I


PAGE 1

IS is li. th N. tiri rr K i.(. Pk s 11 w u i : tl Page 2 .= m Jtm i */ Ftmiiyr _[2^0aob 5. 13 M : !JH U. fciTu Cooking Corner %  % %  %  -tomatoes Spread ha I ercaaba tms* -^ ^ even laye • -w. ( Jn %  '•' %  tat bonZ £"** -" : -.h*ta?' 5t" • %  -. W7T cheese Sprinkle •?, jfc njT m| erackei -,i.|jT* lening. Bar >; v -> ep ^ it* 33 mswf fi\e to six Fashion Olympfc Set for Oct. 23 the* coal jfe potato An oi> '< and ooe-half tVkeec T i-uTitS ,. both :rr; k iad froi rhange Packa :,ke up so red in this n i fillet -ill ten* five h*n ^^ lryl ^^ :.Ueti ?.=z.:d Ze-s-rr. — d Sdoey Lenna BBS a ricjhf :rre three :ciir.ders whc """ere ~ ti= zr.jir.z. EMf" J. They".! serve on ie bott jautUiy :?'?"-:-:;--;'• Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Pounders To be Saluted at Reception Oct. 15 > band for .-rj • 3-: ei-T : m ----" ~ : "' re man %  %  %  ir -: the ru. 50 lei repantt %  %  hW on T*--I J CaTillor. hotel %  Sponsored by the 9 u tCMj the Papanj ft %  • "•"..•:, Fish FilVots S/p->a 1 ..:^-i oMUttroomi • r cream 2 ed a ". 9 %  -.white pepper iprikj • • ike sponsored by j deUcmis pletely iad dran %  *" and %  %  of tae Papani learca [i hntcheoe r e s c a r e a :_M robe* from the fmei Wen Gens I IS n ,\ %  peu B I --. \ -a;: -.rr--.r3r'Z7T.• .%  -. .. %  %  ....!. %  ... •'•c*. :5 jt : p %  il the Dupon: %  rep wr j -^ •%  • the p.aV Mated tbiit the same =ae -• 3-, veek b> M-Vathaciel Lev.:hr rOBes >f visioe and 1 *• -" Found< •: Cedars ^: Lehanoo wehavedeea --. x it a teletoor r ean : ^ ea *IurK iRri bratioa and recesUn oa Mocdav. tioa of oar service --.-,-N ,ck hae the matsTickets for th* : ---•;. the cream. ^ av aHa1 paprika Oct. I Reservai sk Bake vj r v, a jV fc | %oxiliai7 prei tioa h %  .-. iuxilian "; '• '• •-%  : • : : -r m.r.utes ; TV ere-t *:U mark the fearta v --' ^'"%  '" — n n; ~ ? PJ? jfS? ,.-,.-..-. ierre u recepuoa :hatr=a= : Part) Aaa • serve it n • BThli thu Haa .. C K ... %  iB8 bv Mn looks Leaaben "--• riu :.-"separai ad ished iad. r boUed potatoea several baodred char.er membeM that : rood The recipe eHD level i baateei preaking lisb Sea: the hosp.' tad .%  >•" : : *" '-"-'•' : ~ >~ ''*•' %  -• ~ ~ : *~ leader* ir. tbe capital funds drive i wacemeaj .:' their "Nea Faces --• > up until to tan recraitaieal iri : F.S*> PilM Au CrWi Sugi !" One at the nfftlt volunteer BBteen ire signing ij be accepted by the FlorThe lessen reception -..:>? ida State Hospital Auxiliary Assn. gated by i YauWereThei I %  Cedars *omec uere recently Darratioa ::' \-x;!:iry achaeve..ed ool to help plan the assoxenti. focuiirig attanaor. xi tha eiatJaa's state conventioo taking role of women :i the d?*e.>p3ien: p.ace ;n Miami on Hoe 15 New! MX all purpose cleaner with ammonia • • • • A JX • • • I cleans everythini • from the floor up! • :und campaign Reports sfl >? peea ,_ L;!? i tables • ITS ley and bike r • I :F far 20 —lutes 7-.. sen FM .r..:..•-; i ze r^_xe-i -ra bali 2 ; • J cop jf :. I refetanaa -rijr?": >auce tor '.b ~T^>. 5er -.--. asfhetti Bd sp r ia kl e -jra: •. l Pat :;-;;-[hatred md reQ-iraiaed Bllets into %  "-' %  %  %  • %  md spread the cracker Gcardiaos ini G>dtrTthers tkoas, Lobby G::'t Shop Reaensbracce T\ir.'. Book I Healing vzi Tree of Life Use to be jiveir^ ?tjress ports :-n ?a:e .". tervtces, Irwpita! t> rQ Koosiort Karl teen-age i hmteeri Officers bj nO participa :he prj^r^-r. iacladS rice pre-.deatr. Mrs Te! Lottenaao Hersche! Leschel, aad Mrs Horns B:au. MrISeet PoUrj, rres R Sen .-.ponding secretary; Ifn Becjarais Orea, re. '-'. M E. Glasser. j :ir... Bernard V --. %  bin B F BesUoer tarian Board men •a fish fillets ..? hnerj .r.rr.bied cracker> '.'-: raps rt! I canned It *r3 tab!espr.< Dliaced 1 ".- tei-p, • talt 1-St n pepper • -;. \—encar. ch e ese cut sat all m nbiespo as butter ir naraari r-ii the fiUeU cotapletety in: Iraia ->-parate the pieces -. A sx:.' in baking Women to Hear Noted Attorney inj rf the Women :\. ie v^ na! Par! ISOl NW 9th %  ersarj program • i •ir^r M 3 tt %  il a Ferus. Sorma I rci Ifortoa Halpera. Di I I -i> a gues Lewiy. Harry Ifsrkowtu Stanl ,• Myers, Fn-K P ri lie Ra: : %  .. • Rifaj -:^-: 2 ... liscuss trial and kind. Rober. Werner E i implication* sha ipg> Perfect ^Ksiwf TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Solvt that ewiaMi 9***"M r plvnty 0 ntr.fiOMi. *-*_ Augui' Bro VM %  • •i*ct *PMO •aeat**' 1 contains no ^*^ ,,• CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —thef irst all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'!! see a •re rc-*dc o* pe^rer %  -•t cleans evcytftMf -t its path. E*on CJ">^. wt>oro d-t a'-i rax feu'd -3 co- si*-* -g : • •-•XX sc-ipinf. And yoc S>I %  •ad H rinse Now A,* AJ Pv,rsoM C ea-f -arvnonta leases a f-ev c i •moM mat prjvts its ratuy ao^o SAU AMfRICA'S No. f 100% PVffff BEff PlrQPUCrf aoiy ^^V s :- — -• inspect.an i->o O-'-JJJ, Rabomicj 5.a-. ; 3KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPAMT OF CHICAGO • PUM*[ITCll a SACCU • VIWM o FIEIKH *t*B Moet-u' CHICAGO 8 III. COasr.^ Pt>,'s >s :) v: isi Kaea-aVi, baaag Bsaeh



PAGE 1

^mm^ Page 3-B Zamora Ladies Planning Dance Temple Zamora Sisterhood will be host to members of the congregation and guests at a post-Yom Kippur social on Monday evening al the synagogue. Serving on the arrangements committee are Mesdames Hershel Brooks, Harry Fishman, Louis Fried, Rose Galton, Sam Rozeen and Stanley Silvern Program will Include dancing and refreshments. Partic:r sting in a telephone session to disseminate information on ?he Nov. 15 and 30 functions scheduled by the Women's Division or the American Friends of the Hebrew University heie are [left :o right) Mrs. Philip F. Thau, secretary of the division; Mrs Rhea C. Gladwin, vice president and member of ,.-.e national board; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president of the -vision; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, national officer end v.c= presiie:-.of the local organizationand Mrs. Trudy Hamfc: = :.-.'ag. vice president. AFHU Women Plan Functions Mrs S£.-nuel T. Sjpir>. active in dent of the Women's Division of behalf Of the Hebrew University of, the American Friends of the HeJ.rusalerr. will b-i guest of honor, brew University here, will be hosta a sp*; al President's reception j ess at the reception, on Nov. 15. Mrs sapiro-j ausb and has also Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, presibeen a leader of communal groups supporting the Jerusalem instituI tion of higher learning. The affair will signal a later gathering, a luncheon scheduled for Nov. 30 at the Fontainebleau hotel. At this function, Mrs. JenCoral c apter of. the American nio Grossinger will be cited as the Medical .enter recognized for its Florida divisi011 5 -woman of the support Oi the Center s cancer reYear •• Mrs Sa iro wi „ ide March group, will hold its eighth an(l speakers ar e scheduled to inannual membership luncheon at: clude state and nationa i personal!nonn W( rnesday. Oct. 17, at Pyth,j cs ian Hal!. 4601 W. Filler st. [ 1 A South African Hnedy skit will ; "" w ~-"*-"-~~~-"~~~'-~~— be pre.-er-ed by the A.M.C. playSHARE HOME ITS. Tht nmcheon is open to mem-. s w Utofion Benutiful Home, lovebors and prospective members, and | y surroundings. Kosher, if desired, reservations can be made with Mrs Near transportation, walk to synatVirginia Schwartz, chapter publicgogue. [ii> chairman. CAU HI 6-6261 The public is also invited to the ~-^^~~~ A *~~'**-*~*~~ > *~-'-*'*~ %  Chapter's box supper and square ,wwvwwww*wwwwv< %  Uance < I sunday night. Oct. 28. 'Cabaret' Dance At Beth Am Joseph Molien, president of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am, announces that a 'cabaret" dance will he held at the Temple on Monday, Yom Kippur night. Co-chairmen Eleazer Greenstein and .Marvin Stein, will produce and direct the show with professional talent. Fred Shields is also on the committee. All Temple members are invited to attend The new Eiscayne chapter of National Children's Cardiac Hospital is officially formed as Mrs. Charles Held, jr., receives the founding president's gavel from Robert Rubinstein, chapter committee chairman and secretary of the free, non-sectarian hospital devoted exclusively to rheumatic and congenital heart disease in children. The new chapter, serving the areas of Keystone Island, Miami Shores, North Miami, and North Miami Beach, had its first membership meeting recently at the Miami Shores Country Club. Coral Chapter Slates Functions Pus fun. -raising event will be held at the Cross Trail Square Dance Center. 1150 S\V 701 Mrs. Hilda Bendell is president r l the chi Her. ioneer Club % pens Season Must Sell Immediately Moving out of State. 3 yr. old3 bedroom-1 bath. 13,300 FHA 5 1-4 mort. Short walk Coral Way I Jewish Center, Food Fair Kosher Market, Westchester Shopping Center, Zayres. Schools nearby. Will Accept First Reasonable Offer 8820 SW 19th St. r ^ MRS. DEMETRY : Well Known Coral Gables Seam< % stress formerly on Giralda Avenue EXPERT ALTERATIONS Pioneei Women, Golda Meir Hub, will ,iave its opening meeting kf the season on Tuesday evening %  Beth El Congregation. Hostess rill be Mrs, Eva Kahn in honor of fcr granddaughter's marriage. Mrs l-;.-c Pushkin will conduct \\ 3660 SW 23rd Terrace HI 3-1211 priel I siness meeting in which i.*.^*.*.*.*.*.^*.*.^*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.^ btivities :or the coming year will detailed. Film .-••ps on Israel's latest deSlopments will be shown, with irration by Mrs. Harriet Green, uncil president. [Musical program will be present' by Mr. Betty Herman, singer. During the social hour refreshments will be served by the chairman. Mrs. Rose Marks, and her imitttt LEADING CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE in El Paso, Texas is seeking for a QUALIFIED full-time HEBREW TEACHER with ability to read the Torah and preferably act as parttime assistant Cantor. Excellent conditions. If interested, write to RABBI H. P.O. Bex 2973, Main Pest Office Miami 1, Flo. VOICE-CULTURE MUSIC CANTORIAL STUDIES CANTOR & MADAM MARCHBEIN-MARBINY Now in MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Famed Opera and Csncert Star-singers of Milan, Rome, Naples, Paris Opera:. Teacher of Star-cantors and singers. Pedagogues and Professors of Italian Music Conservatory. Dean and Director of New York's School for Cantors, will conduct the School. Students accepted for courses in Voice-culture, Breath-control, all branches in singing and music. All subjects in Chaiunoth for Bal Tefillah and Cantor, leading •o Diplcmas. Open and Concert repertoire taught. fast nsuus. REASONABLE HATES. Phone 538-5852. or write: P.O. Box 452, Miami Beach, FLa. BURDINES IS NOW OPEN AND YOU'RE INVITED TO ENJOY AN EXCITING ADVENTURE IN SHOPPING • stroll through a street floor of individual shops, featuring fabulous decor and the newest fashions! • visit our glamorous home fashion floor, the second, for a complete sewing center, decorating service, appliances. furniture, and a new speedy check-out house wares area! • buy plants and get landscaping advice in our well-equipped Nursery Center! • open every weekday night, monday through friday, 10 to 9:30 p.m. Saturdays. 10 to 6 p.m. easy to aet to right off Palmetto Expressway at North Kendall or drive down U.S. 1 to North Kendall.



PAGE 1

Maternity' Series Membership undhm n„ u At Mt. Sinai the nexi four Wednesday*. ol Breath luncheon ha the Walnut p "i and EolCountry Club H firsl Wednesday in (he months. Mt Sinai a lecture pubOn the from 7 30 to I, AMUU for the Ihe next five Hospital "ill sponsor course tor prospective parents. otfere.l free ol charge as a He service, the classes are open to all prospective parents, whejher or not they plan to use maternit) facilities. Ijjrfe^ UiB. direction of profess ional nurses, the an introduction to the staff and the hospital's facilities, a review of care, a study of the of U i '1 the committee dames Belle Peys ... gj* Shirley Wars I I ,J"i feld. Mt. Sinais 'Musicale 1 Series Opens on Beach ectjon of profess Miami BeacJiJ^crtatiun rw course will include me nt will present concerts evening u Auditorium, loth r> Mt. Sinai grams each Tuesdaj maternity Ocean Front pre-natal and Ocean dr. The opening • Tu^ actual birth day Evening Musicale" has beei the baby, care in feeding the set for Oct. 9. with curtain time at babv and. finally, a lecture entitled 7:30 p.m.. according t 0 an *,. • Now That You are Parents.'" Educational films will be shown, and booklets with pertinent mattrial will be distributed. At each session, tune will !><• allowed for group discussion and tor a ques. i (i: an i answer period. Technicn Night' For Chai Chapter Depicting the skit, "Travel Through SisterhoodLand." presented recently at Temple Menorah. are (left to right) Mesdames Haskell Bratter, Irving Wechsler, Joseph Feldman, Benjamin Benjamin, A. Louis Mechlowitz. Seated is Mrs. Marge Blistein. Top row are Mesdames Clare 'Wig Artists' Will Demonstrate Southwest chapter of Women's American ORT will be treated to a demonstration next Wednesday evening. •Wig Artists" will give 3 wig demonstration and talk. Miss Janet, guest speaker, will encourage ORT members to try on some of the various wigs for size, color, and startling effects. This month's meeting will be held at Everglades Elementary School at 8:15 p.m have some happiness for dinner tonight Have some r*.hl old fashioned tasting Kasha tor dinner... and hear the family cheer! Remember ho* deep-down good Grandma's Kisha used t taste? Oo you wonder how she made it? Look on the WOLFFS KASHA psckJ,?. Just follow the economical directions. Its as easy as Seating or. egg and chopping an onion .. to put i • hippmes ; an t->e table tonight. THAT'S THE MAGIC OF KASHA! Pinsky and Herbert Kaplan. Also in the cast, but not shown, were Mesdames Lawrence Weston, Leo Sonnenblick. lack Segal, and Norman Harrow. Occasion was opened by Mrs. Ray Morse, president of Sisterhood. Miamians Take Off for Israel Mr. and MrSam C. Levenson and Mr. and Mrs Herbert 1 bom. of Miami Beach, have li :' > the first leg of their Europe and Israel itinerary. \:j El At, with their first stop in London Levenson is well-known in Greater Miami for his philanthropi institutional work, He ii number of the Founders chf Sinai Hospital, and the ne 'I Israel Youth Hall bears his The Levensons an I I'• % %  are combining business ure They will take in such ot interest as London, ( \ ienna. and Montecatino Rome. Italy, en route to Israel This will mark their first '.rip to Israel, where they will spend two weeks visiting the Hebrew University, Hadassah Hospital, and Jaffa They will stay at the Dan h its in Tel Aviv for Sukkoth and are due back here in November Sight •. -,• %  • :.. n D %  %  ,r\ movie made in Israel and •The City Called Techiu, HI." winch depictstudents al work in classrooms of the largest engineering university in the Middle East. Leo Rutstein. southern regional director of Technion. will report progress In producing electronic teaching apparatus, the use of net* educational closed-circuit television system, and the recent advances in producing solid fuel unguided rockets designed to explore the upper atmosphere. Chai chapter president is MrFlora H Sinick, and program chairman is Miss Jerri Cohen nouncement by Jack Woody. su# : ir.tendent of recreation. Programs to be presented t31 highlight local talent covering i* ions fields of musical intere>! folk song to opera all under •:> supervision ol ph Mooiq music direct th Miami Recreation and instrumei • • 'ii V || { cale arc I Robert Can : Montei With the t four weekl) are now offen added Wood) day's .it North Center. Wedwsda) Street Community Center, ii urday eveningat Pier Park shell. Lingerie Show At Zamora Sisterhood ol Temple Zamora hold a mi etini i KI W ednesi p m The affair will feei lingerie fashion sh >w The Sisterhood is also scheduling its first in I e in •: the season .it 14 Zan ra ave lor il i Gefilte Fish Has Yellow Pike If you're ever gotten a yen fir the luscious flavor it home mii? gefilte fish, the kin.l mother 331 grandmother made better than any. one else, heregood newi Mother's Bran I has succeeded i capturing the authentic old-tun* tasty goodness in its newest gefilte fish' The secret is OW pikt the rich yelldelicate whitefish er's new gefilt) .in did whei And Mother plump portions juices Hothei ivailabk i at your grocer. AL RAMP Congress Women Map Campaign At a meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. David Muskat. membership chairman of the WomenDivision of the American Jewish Congress, captains and teams were set up according to geographical areas as the start oi an intensive membership campaign which i will culminate in a 'Member-hip Day" fashion show Nov. 15 at the Carillon hotel. The local ch ipters I i %  -•• •: irious homes aof the gram Team d lude Mrs Weiss Mrs Charles Br IWI Mrs Jack Sands, and Mrs Sj -Ygm KASHA l/CUdOiU nutrlllMM Brown Buowheat GroaU. Alto anjoy WoH'l Cram, KamaJ. (frits) K> %  ,•1 N' Gravy, Kaaha Soup. net, KASHA COOKSOOKl J ,il addrati request to: Phyllis Wolff, Ptnn Yan, N. Y. Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mrs. Milton Richter. co-chairmen, announced that through the membership campaign they hope to tell the Congress story to the women of Dade county. Flamingo Chapter Party Flamingo chapter. B'nai B'nth Women, will celebrate its 10th anniversary by honoring members and prospective members at a party at Miami Skyways motel, 2373 LeJeune rd nert WednesOe* The membership campaign teams j The program will include entertained 11 meet with their captains to ment and refreshments Invitation make reports and check progress, chairman is Disa Anhalt HOLIDAY GREETINGS CHEESES and GOURMET FOOD Hickory Farms of Ohio America's leading Cheese Stores 5715 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI Thiso is where a lasting friendship begins... with gour first taste of Dromedarq DAT! NUT ROLL J Fry (MMMdafy uit* Nut ftott jut as tt coses Horn *• tin—4rv nd delicately delicious... lavished •nth cnp wiinut chunks Mid the wodd'i choicest 4Wii Hn—iprtad it with jam. with iheeie. with otartovti you PIMM top it rith in ertim or barnai at a tattc-tcating dmert! See whit you've boon misting—and make up to* loot tuns' Stock u now ... and serve it often! VACUUM MOW PM USTIM rUSMNESS T to* r tester, KMN (to ftfef toi* I Mil ItWfJUT IANJUUHIT tOLL *• "W MNKIMT CMOUTT-NT t to/Wit WT HU m £ m 0+ \



PAGE 1

Fjiday. October 5, 1362 *JbewistinarSdl/aitf Page S-B <4i Robert St. John Here Robert St. John, author, and foreign correspondent, be the lir.-t spt.ikt: in the lecture series sponsored University Undergraduate Government on Thursday, in the lecture hall of the Richter Library at mair, c lecturer was tc annual by the Student fr p.m.. Otti G. an ; reception aboard the SS Beersheva, Zim Lines vessel fhich docked in Miami briefly last week, are (left to right) Leonard Solomon, Mrs. Maurice Revitz. and Mr. Revitz, present of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. The group discussed plans for the Nov. 8 to 20 Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jerusalem, sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. [manu-EI Youth Due at Services Parents Plan School Year Parent.of the children attending Tempie Beth Am'i religious school met recently at the home oi Mrs. Jrra'.d R3. .lacquelyn Jeanne Mayer, appears to be enitled at least partly to a Mazel T< \ Her father is Jewish Jack Mayer was raised in the lev ish faith but, he says, he isn't particularly religious. The beauty queen's mother is a Presbyterian. A prominent member of Cedars j Her Jewishness is by association, Mrs. Zinner Named to Unit ol Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary has been selected by tht Association ol Florida Hospital Auxiliaries to assist with arrangements for their stati convention here on Nov. 15 and 16. ind she sings in the choir of the Ohab Shalom Temple, a Reform congregation and the only Jewish house of worship in Sandusky. In such a home, a spirit of accommodation is the pattern. Says Mrs. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Cedars | Mayer: "Jack has a deep faith of his own He attends the big events at my church at Easter and Christmas, and I reverse the compliment and sing at the Temple on High. Holy Days." Winners Listed At Westbrooke Auxiliary president, announced that the association has named Mrs Doran Zinner to the planning committee which will be responsible for staging the statt meeting. Convention sessions will take place at the Dupont Plaza hotel Members of CedarAuxiliary will bt part of the hospitality committee welcoming delegates lrom all, parts of Florida. Re nee Goldfin was winner of The Cedars unit, one of the new' Westbrooke Country Club's first Mah Jongg tournament, scoring 951 points. Lorraine Schuster, with S69. was runner-up. Scoring above 700 were Ruth Moorman, Phyllis Grossman, Cynhia Wulkan. Ida Maizel, Muriel C—• %  tevy, Ann Sinter. Marion Posen, Wpen jeuSOn E tnc l Ross, and Shirley Goldberg. Beth Torah Congregation relig Winners will receive "loving ious school PTA will hold its opencups" at Wcstbrooke's "Two for irt meeting of the season on WedOne" ladies luncheon on Tuesday, est of the association auxiliaries. was represented at the re-cent meeting held in Pompano. Beth Torah PTA To Open Season She'll Represent Technion Women Mrs. Louis C. Keihn. of Morton Towers, will represent the South Florida chapter of Technion on an overseas charter flight Oct S. visiting Israel. Some 120 women from all parts of the I'nited States are taking this third annual tour. Highlight of the 25-day European trip will be a dedication of the Re becca Rose Student Hostel on the Technion campus, named in honor of the wife of David Rose honorary national president of the American Society for Technion. In addition to meeting Prime j Minister Ben-Gurion. Mrs Koln will inspect the campus, labor;.;* %  ies and science facilities oi the largest engineering university in Israel nesday evening in the social hall. Theme ci the meeting will be "Back to School." Oct. 23. Din Petrine and Edwin Horowitz %  have tied in Westbrooke Country Mrs. Adrian Kaulman. program clubs {irst Round Robln tennis vice president, and ci-chairman. ournament Mr.-. Dan Furman. will present a cantata. "All About Eve." directed Duplicate trophies will be awardlv Mrs. Morris Feldman. with Mrs., ^ •** mtn "ho topped a field of Harold Jaffee at the piano. ;|1 entrants. Cast members are Mesdames George Goodman. Jack Lavin. Sam ., ... Leb. Arthur Hirschberg. Richard M !" x G !" n \ ArUwr Snyder and Paul Schwartz. Sneider. Maurice Wacks. Stanley Friedman. Mickey Newman. LeRoy Levy. Ben Karp. Carl Zwerner. Ronald Friedel. President of the group is Mrs. NOW! FOR THE WORLD'S FINEST CHEESE Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! 'B^ Kashruth Quality Flavor UNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. of Chicago) MfAMI BRANCH JU1 N.W. TOth AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551 ...A BRAND NEW SYMBOL NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening Switzerland lie/ 1 / IdtoeJ^ u^Ctf^ "tlfc Turfjb 0 KOSHER 50R ALL OCCASIONS FASOUS ORANGE BLOSSOM BRAND Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE and FRESH FRUIT SALAD f-ci/y wholesale deliveries mode fo restaurants, coffee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc. Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 NW 2nd Avc. JHtmbtr Hondo (fes*ornf tssii. ONLY SWISS CHEESE MADE IN SWITZERLAND BEARS THIS SYMBOL ON THE PACKAGE Look for it when you buy Swiss Cheese slices in a package. Then you know you arc getting the genuine import from Switzerland—the matchless taste and aroma of real Swiss Cheese as only the Swiss can make it! ...v. ,.\.3



PAGE 1

P=ce G-B Jtn ist Fh irSdlHrjiiT' Fridoy. Cdob ei 5, 1962 Wagner, Minsker Plan for Rites Mr and Mrs. William Wagner, of 5053 O announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Susan Harriet, to Joel Minsker, son ol Benjamin Minsker, of West Orange. N..J and Mrs Irene Mm skcr. Of Brooklyn, NY The wedding is planned for Oct. ^ in Miami. Davidson, Paley Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs Norman .' David son. 12810 Cypress rd Keystone Island, No, Miami, announce the so she did Rabbi Euai ne Labovitz, who is spiritual leader of Ternengagement of their daughter, June Beth Davidson, to Harry Dale Paley. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Paley, of Mil"an^n WOMAN OF THE WEEK Some little girls want to be teachers: some little girls want to be Curses. Little Annette even when she was going to the Jewish Acad,!i Chicago, knew what she wanted. She wanted to marry a rabbiYouth to Mark Yom Kippur ; e Ner Tamid. Annette went to the University of Illinois, where -he ajored in education. She received her .lev ish training at the JewTeachers Institute ot !he Hebrew Theological College She met her rabbi in Chicago: they were engaged in Miss Davidson is a sophomore at University of Miami. Mr. Paley is a senior student at the University of Wisconsin medical school in Madison. Wis He is a member of Phi Sigma Delta fratANNETTE two months, and married five months later, kee, Wis. Being married to a rabbi is a family trait because -ill of the grandchildren in her father's the family—five girls—married into the rabbinate. After their marriage, the Labovitzes returned to Houston, where Annette, using her newly-acquired skills, set up the nursery school in her husbands temple. When they moved entity and Ph. Delta Epsilon medto Miami Beach three years ago. Annette joined wholeheartedly in the life of the comunity. First and foremost, she has been busy with the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid. She was a Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai, and is on the board of the Hebrew Academy Women and President Of the Mizrachi Young Mother.Group. Now that she is a young mother herself, she finds that, lor the time being, her home, and her •Song of Joy." little Shin Alyssa, and the Sist< hood are about all that she can manage. ical fraternity. The couple plan to be married this November in Miami. Senior Citizens To Hear Speaker Senior Citizens Assn. of Miami Beach will meet on Tuesday evening at the Washington Federal Both the Rabbi and Annette arc gentle people, feeling a great love bldg.. 1234 Washington ave BOt < nly for each other and their daughter, but for all people Annette County Commissioners Alex Gor %  with the Rabbi aoften as she can. both in joy and sorrow. On don a nd 'Chuck'" Hall, followed by ing nights Annette embroiders challah covers. They are lovely ] ,„, Applebaum, vice president of • for the Shabbat meal, and make meaningful gifts As she sews, the group, and Max I). Goldhagen, puts a little Ol i love for her religion into her small, neat membership chairman, will bring %  tches The Labovitzelike ail sports especially swimming and tennis They read a great deal, and of course speak perfect Hebrew Annette. in her lovely low voice, described how Shiri looks forward to the Shabbat, the festive table and flowers. Her eyes shine in the candle:-ht as her fathe r offers the blessing. According to the Talmud the home is a small temple, and Judaism is as much a part of the home as the Temple. As a mother, as a rabbi's wife, and as a Jew Annette in the American and Jewish flags Rev Maurice Mamches will sing the "Star Spangled Banner" and "Hatikvah." Rabbi Tibor Stern will give the invocation, followed by a blessing by Msgr William Barry. Guest speakers will include Com\ mi--ioner Gordon. Mayor Kenneth MISS SUSAN WAGNER Joint Sukkoth Celebration Set A joint Sukkoth celebration will i... sponsored by the Farband-Bialik Branch of the Poale /.ion. Cbaim Greenberg Branch ol Greater Miami, and Pioneer Women's Club 1 ( i Miami Beach on Sunday, Oct. 14, 8 p.m.. in the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave, Chairman of the arrangements committee is Ben Minenberg. who will also conduct the program. Guest speaker will be Dr. Nath amal Soroff. consultant of the Bureau of Jewi-h Education, who will discuss the "Significance of Sukkoth" Dramatic reading will be given by Beryl Morrison A musical program will be presented by Miss Chaele Kovalsky; soprano, and Louis Schultz. mandolin player of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra Jacob Fishman will conduct com niunal singing. Sam Jackson is president of the liialak Branch Yom Kippur ,. I, services for every age f'.e Beth T. .. i ri >i, v Miami Beach blvd del, congr %  pre; nounced, t -Y taei Ffiliate agogue will conduct North Miami Beach Jui Kol Noire Sunday eve 5:45 to 7:43 r m und< tion of Alexander And ious s, b< i faculty On Mon !aj morning Won etco 163i -• Tl services 12:15. Studentof thi Hcl from 8 to 13, hold the evenin i %  daj m the air com ned toi ium of tin %  i ol I Abraham .! Gittelsoi director, conductin F.vcning sei \ ->< will i to 7:45, and morning > in 30 to t i n Mem religious schoi I PTA v ushers under thi direct Ronnie Fried* I, PTA pi Alef Congn [ ation %  .student;; ot lh< Sundaj 5-8. will be he Id in n LOS of tilt school hull Miss Beatrice Levin s be held from l( "0 to : v ith supervised play t i Baby situ i ill be a' children friin i t< 5 > i the hours < ; ]i and 1 p. jroup at I %  (he >yn. it %  %  %  These il, ith I %  IS %  : it %  102 and I by rill I .i m •]: New Law Urn fortvzd Marwin S < %  %  < 1 an Benjamin anncunci I ot a p.ntniishi| and th< Ol their ( fl (< ior tl I ractice ol li dei the of Cassel and Benjamn Flagler Federal bldg ban R. • %  i reels the wonder and beauty of her heritage, and makes it so inspiring oka: Dr. T. E. Cato. Dade County Health Department: Dr. Kermit H. Gates, executive director of Jackson Memorial Hospital; O. N. Pushkin. City Manager of Miami Beach. Talks will center on the clinic soon to be built on Collins ave and 6th st President of the group is Mrs. Joe Mintzes Hostesses for the even ing are Mrs. Al Luafnuiben. Mrs Marj Applebaum and Mrs. Sinister. that, no doubt. Shiri Alyssa will also want to marry a rabbi. •* A BIG JOKE There is a new typewriter ribbon out. The advertisements say it is a ••Spellright" for typewriters that don't. 1 got one right away, thinkthat it would have an automatic brain. All it has is a very fancy eraser system that I can'1 figure out. THIRTY-FIVE FULL YEARS Fiowers filled the Leon Jacobs house from top to bottom. Two six-candled silver ... then-ot! light on Dorothy Jacobs' ant 1 ce sh< sat at the green-clothed table with her husband. their thirty-fifth inniversary, With them at dinwere '.in Samuel i tiers Silvermans, Maxwell Hymans, MorLefko s, and Mi Mrs Herman Ja< bs. Durinj the evening, ... %  twi children in Philaphia, several fi thi itioijs An n. Mrs. < .; I on hi i door m THE CHILDREN CAVE ALONG ie I gave to celebrate the an •..'.: ing. not his sis toy terrii i scent ol it the I • Vll thi %  %  twin J and Mrs H [r. and Mrs. ternick. c 1 Arthur sh M M el ( Ml .''id Mrs. St a wen %  POP EYS that's not "I • Lil Sobel '. Sylvia L< and 1 : %  a if fun .:. : lessoi %  %  son k at the Myers 1 A PINK UMBRELLA When is a pink umbn y not lir Roslyn Frost and Hedy Semmel used one at the bridal tea that they gave for Beverly Lerner. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ben Lerner, who is marryBrian Weisman. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weisman. on Nov. 24 As Beverly unwrapped the shower gift.-. Roslyn took down her remarks -horthand The remarks read back later, without knowing what caused them, are usually deiriously funny. These were no exception. Beverly's sister, Sharon, put a hole in a paper plate and wound all the ribbons from the gifts through it. It makes the prettiest bouquet that can be used for absolutely nothing. Among the guests were the two mothers-in-law-to-be. Raela Blau, Harriet Roberts. Sandy (Mrs. Mel) Warkowitz, and Cindy and Carol Lerner. Ann Concert Series Es Sold Out imunitj Con* i rl \--TI this aniza mplei % %  !-. d out for its bserip r i as in th t. an %  Kices IO -• %  i wit] N \ v. Philhar11 %  k ilai ii; Leon pianist. Mar \ %  i Joseph ': G der ot T< chases a W Hirii .-. It book fro::, dent of The i is a r.e\ missions to V Roth to Speak Here on Friday The -. Hall Form i Miami : • thi toiti-Dol frit] on Fridaj mt; m the w. shington i-1 bldg.. 1234 Washington avi Roth will review "Some (,f My Bi -• I riends followed by Mr. and Mrs William C. Diffenderfer, educators, who will olfer commenton the social implications of antiSemitism and methods of eradicating bigotry. Chaim Rose, president, will conduct the rr.< eting. LIKE TO PLAY BRIDGE?... For ;,, .,;.. our weekly briHcjj parties thai hove S-cem< cell JE 2-4223 ,| nir-onditioncd c. "'"" loca,ed • pal aff-ttrMl patkinn. VENETIAN LIE eP.lDC'c CLUB, 1929 Boy Fr J* CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME A : v... | \ erf %  %  • 24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE EATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOl SPACIOUS GROUNDS I SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rcienthal. Director-Own.r 1 ,r v • for Aued. iMtUburch 7060 S.W. 8fr. ST MIAMI, FLORIDA



PAGE 1

Fridcy. October 5, 1962 *./f wif Ffrridliiiri Fag* 7-B ?!ans for the annual conference of the Israel Histadrut Comroittee of Greater Miami, scheduled for Oct. 28 in the Seville hotel, are diccus-ed by (left to right) Jacob Schachter Dr Simon Wilensky. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Rabbi Leon Kronish id Joseph P. Zuckerman. Rcbbi Kronish has accepted the : osition of conference chairman. Rabbi Kronish Will be Chairman bi Leon Kronish. spiritual •. der of Temple Beth Sholom, has repted the chairmanship of the th annual conference of the Is•. ] Histadrut Committee of GreatMiami. Announcement was i Wednesday by J. z. Stadlan, esident of the committee. The conclave, expected to at. il several hundred Jewish com inity leaders from throughout M uth Florida, will be held Oct. 23 the Seville hotel. Opening cert i r.ies are scheduled for 10:30 with the conference adjourn. al -4 pm. Dr. Sol Stein, national executive .-ireefor of the Israel Histadrut Ccmmittee, will join an official i-nissary from the State of Is*el for th conclave. Rabbi Kron.'h said. -'. luncheon, at 12:30 p.m., will -hlight the day's activities, with .nuts of the Poale Zion. Farband d Pioneer Women in Greater Mi Tii expected to send large dole. '.ions. Among the features of the con ference will be the announcement ol retails of the $200,000 medical center in Bcersheba, capital of the Segev. Building of the center is a major project of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami. A special entertainment porgram. headed by Mr and Mrs Michel Gibson, has been arranged for the day Gibson, a star of the Yiddish theater for more than 50 years, was associated with the late Maurice Schwartz for many years. Mrs. G'bson will join her husband in a Yiddish duet. She has been a star in her own right in the English-speaking theater. Her husband is corsidered among the foremost mor.oiigists in the Yiddish theater. In announcing Rabbi Kronish's acceptance. Stadlan said that the Beth Sholom spiritual leader is not only honorary chairman of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, hut also a national leader lor Israel Bonds, the United Jewish Appeal and other major Israeli causes. £OA to Sponsor 3-Day Cruise On 5$ Jerusalem Louis B, Rudnick. chairman of the Presidents Council of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America, haannounced that the South Florida Districts will sponsor a three-day Nassau cruise on the SS Jerusalem from Nov. -I to 7. The luxury Israeli liner will leave from Miami Sunday evening. Nov. 4. with local Zionist and Jewish community leaders aboard and return to Miami on the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 7. During Ihe stay in Nassau, the ship will be used as a hotel, and there will be organized sightseeing and social activities In addition to the regular tourist attractions and native clubs, many special events are being planned aboard ship during the cruise. Rates will include sleeping accommodations, meals and entertainment, not only while at sea. but also during the entire stay in Nassau. Kosher meals are optional. Rudnick has announced 'he appointment of Abraham Grunhut. a vice president of the district, and manager of the Washington ave. j branch of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. as chairman of the cruise. \ Grunhut. who lived in Israel for j several years, is a former officer of the Bank Leu mi Le-Israel in JTcl Aviv, and traveled extensively i throughout the Middle East and Europe. Although the trip is being sponsored by the ZOA. it is open to the general public, according to Grunhut. "and will provide South Floridians with the opportunity of living on an Israeli ship in a complete Israeli atmosphere for three ('ays. Although the SS Jerusalem normally holds 600 passengers for trans-Atlantic crossings, only 300 passengers will be taken aboard for the cruise. 'DAYTIME, EVENING and BRIDAL-originals. %  ,,= Yafis to Dance Post-Yom Kippur Young Adult Friends of Israel will be hosts to the Jewish young adult community at their annual Yom Kippur dance this Monday evening in the Morocco Nite-Club of the Casablanca hotel, according to Stuart Miller, president. This will be the 14th annual young adult Zionist Yom Kippur dance here Dancing will start al 9:30 p.m.. according to Herb Miller, found raising chairman of the Yafis Music will be furnished by Bob R( genl and his orchestra. adults bel • een the es HI 21 and 35 are invited to at; • %  \--.-: : .. Miller 1 1 th< 1 1 Paula Sernaker, icinwald. Shelly S Ed Land) D Kaplan. Karen Bloi Stan Karp, I Sol mon Lois Cohi n, Ellen rst, Sue Kasc, Marilyn Fried• Rachel B rt, ex< cutive NE 864. originals 1075 KANE CONCOURSf, 96th STREET 1AY HARBOR ISIAND5, MIAMI BEACH Dog's Best Friend' %  %  v log's B< -' ri< nd" was I "Ni Dog Week" held Scpl Z t< 29 The Hi mane Societj of Gn atcr Miami held open house thi out the week and sponsored the 11th alumni pet show on Saturday. f pets 1 %  %  • Ihi Sh Iter, 2101 NV. %  noon i" 3 p m or Sundaj BiXUR CKOL.M KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NCN PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY w-or Strict Supervision of the O-f-eoe* Vsad Hskashruth of Flonoa Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Eve-. Director 24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODfffN EQUIPMENT fUKNISHINGS flMPROCf BUIIDINS 3T0 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach SIS WILIENS Cordially "'vites you to see DECOR IN PAPER FI\E PERSONALIZED STATIONERY & INV.TATIONS fcr every occasion R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 any time A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 'Crystal Room' Added A $25.(MH) party room has been added to the Crystal House, ocean front apartment building at 5055 Collins ave. Called the "Crystal Room." the addition features a cardinal red and pink motif, designed by James James. Ft. Lauderdale interior decorator Crystal House executive manager, Charles Lipkins, said the Crystal Room will he for the exclusive use of tenants of the 13-story apartment building. Opera Aides Plan Homecoming Fete Dr and Mrs. Arturo di Filipni recently returned from Europe, where they booked stars for the Opera Guild's 1964 season, are having a "homecoming party'' fur Young Patronesses of the Opera and their husbands. The function will be a cocktail party on Saturday. Oct. 27. from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.. at the di Filippi'8 home. 625 SW 29th rd. The Young Patronesses will have their annual fall party on Saturday, Nov. :i. al the new Dora! Country Club. Yowncjsters Back From Hospital Five youngsters have just r'ttimed here after receiving treatment at the Children's As'hma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver. They are Jan Marjorie Green* field. Martha Miller and Steven I'urich. all of Coral Gables; Kcnnard Kosky, of Miami Springs: a.id Lee Pollack, of Miami Beach. The Home in Denver has seven chapters in Dade county, which help maintain and support the work of rahibilitation carried on there. Asthma causes over 9.000 deaths annually, but thousands of children, have been restored to health, generally in a two-year period, at the Home. lifSVni'lMJ D0RIS DAY CARY GRANI "Top* :'3j gE yMsfl g THAT TOUCH OF MINK" > ^^ MIAMI Bf ACM parkwayfe) theatre j *- >A. P | U f..mlM • ^~"?^3Vl.^il. A i.uI TODAY "LOVE and the FRENCHWOMAN WITH WARTIME CAROL, AISO CHARLES BOYER NANA H THE PARISIAN COUTURIER COLLECTION OF PIERRE D'ALBY BE NG MODELED AT rXTE COCKTAIL SHOWINGS .-T HE STARLIGHT CHARM 5: DC : < EC TH ZIPP ; s %  <\ Living Insurance by Equitable ...but FOR KEEPS! Now your family can have a lifetime hold on their homev..in Living Insurance by Equitable. An Equitable Mortgage Repayment Plan pays off the mortgage if \cu die—prevents forced, sale, lev f equity, rental to strangers, ^^c>l important, it means a continul-.g life for your family in a home .f their own. To learn more ebcut how you can help keep your family in their home, just call your Mao from Equitable* CALL OR WRITE SII>.M:V S. fell AIMIU Representative Associated v.tth the W. L. Pearscn Apency 245 S.E. 1st Street, Suite 220 — Miami 32, Florida Fit 1-5691 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES



PAGE 1

Paqe 8-B >Jei*t£krkUan Fiidcry, October 5, l%2 Ccnvict Branch Again; Victer Hit on One Count TMO Miami men will be sentence here or, Friday. Oct 12 cf tbem. Dot as I guntj bj %  six-mar. Jury last week o: piinriiaag and transporting ex V Dsives other. G. rg V icter, was i % %  •. icted f i ssesj spl ives : M f. was "• : members extremis) gi up For Branch, rhe trial was a "rap % %  *-** On June 21, in still another court encounter, he wii also convicted of possessing and COMALD MANCH 2,000 Worship At Beth David T.-.t :. '..I Kv>l Nidre service augurati th Yom Ktppur S Da; oo Sunday evening, 5:45 I E at Beth David Congn S an N Shapiro will ite -• Ited by Cantor William W Lips the Beth David choir under the direction of Albert :-. "Tar Over 2.080 worshippers particim Rosh Hashona services Saturday and Sunday at Beth Davit .anticipated that the at-.Day of Atonement •• exeead this -umber, and pro• been made to accommo. crowd rs i • • %  seati tonum N i .-• • %  •:. seal \ z. • ~ • %  %  ?e. has .grou| %  -. transporting explosives in a sensational case involving the attempted Apr. 28 bomb.ng of Anshe Ernes Congregation, a small synagogue in the Southwest section of Miami The case was cracked bj Miami ...-. undercover agent Flumacher. work with the State Attorney's eh"s home a: tl .arietj I vSaai U ratun. and :-. Jews Negroes and alii munisti Also exposed by Flumacher wen laiis by the trio involving the pro p o s e d assassination of r, 0 t I d Jewish community leaders in Greater Miami, including Richard E Gerstein, Dade County state attornej Neither is Branch's ordeal over On Sov 2S. he will stand trial a third time—this time on charges of placing explosives last Feb 18 al the home of Don Shoemaker, editor Of the Miami Herald Branch faces a maximum sentence of six years in prison. Victer, cleared of charges that he had been involved in transporting explosives, faces three years. Branch is already under a sixyear sentence on his June conviction. Criminal Court Judge Gene Will ms deferred sentence until next month, say in; he saw no reason to hurry the case. "Branch is already in jail, and Victer is under $15,000 bond." Judge Williams declared. Last week's case centered about two hand-ma.ie grenades taken to the Forty-Mile Bend on Apr. 7. and exploded there in a "Minuteman" type of "training exercise." According to testimony at the trial. Branch set off one. and Victer the other. Beach ZOA Will Install Officers Newly-elected officers and gov.-.-r.tr.g board of the Miami Beach Zionist District will be installed at a special meeting and reception on lay evening. Oct 14. at the • y P'.aza hotel, according to Al Sherman, chairman of the installacommittee. bo has served as pre-Miami Beach Zionist ii active in many ave P-oblems CALL 661-8529 5864 SUNSET DRIVE So. Miami Tenor fo fee Heard Will.. -re. tenor, will bo featureei in s recital by the Miami Beach Mm i and Arts League on Saturday, ( el 13. 8 30 p m., in the Ocean Lcung< tf the Rone) Plaza hotel I program will include Germi i edei Italian ilk si i gs, eperatu ;.as and favorite musical cumei Miami Airman Is Reassigned Airmar Firsl Class Frederick A. Wolff i t Mil mi Springs, is being reassigned tc Barksdali VFB La, following hit completion ol (he special I co irs ir C-124 • ..-(c..: T nker AFB, Okla Air. %  ... .:, son Mr and Mrs Lei % %  • .:: of '.' lakwood dr.. Mian Sj rings, v.. ;n ruut.: i %  nergencj jperational procedures foi the aircraft including elecu • •• s;--'.t:r.-. intents, £.: hydrau) cs am weigh! ind balKe atu pdei |h l i ty d Miami. Tifereik Israel Card Party Tiferetr .'-.-at' Sisterhood will hold a HOI CO\TI>E>TAL 1MMIK STORK (LIBRERIA U5 NE 2nd STREET FR 3-: J 1



PAGE 1

i^Jfebrcw JJay Schools CLominn into UlicitOu/i tBy RABBI ALEXANCHR GROSS Hebrew AcassTiy will of the ;..:' School iremenl in the past decade has •ii om of the bright is| spots on American Jewish scene. Praci ally every city in the United States with a Jewish population of 10.0(H) or more bus's a thriving, well-functioning Day School. There's hardly a conference in I Jewfsl education wlTfre fhe "Day" School i.' not highlighted and discussed. At the first World ConIference on Jewish Education held Irt-cently in Jerusalem, Dr. Nahum Ir.oldmann, president of the World Jewish Congress, discussed the jrave threat of Jewish disintegration and creeping assimilation Firing the American community. Ho stressed that the >nly effeclive counteraction i1 "real syslem of Jewish education culminatM in Jewish Day Schools." Dr. G; irimann further challeng|: the "mental attitu le" if many I ,i .'. s" wh i I tal popu•! Jewish Schools b< terprel id a ittempl %  ?hetl ization i inflict. in.ii,. : iual• %  .ins b a iw, he I -, base I %  itelj com racy i ••.' lity." Sudden Awakening Why t;..s sudden awakening on le pan of Americaa Jewish %  adership of all persuasions? hat unique feature has attributi towards the popularity and nal "arrival" of the Day School? hat has created this "vogue" f sending one's child to a Day chool? What challea >s Jo these chools present to the American oy and girl? Yes. the Day School m nement as "arrived." It has been deli red "American"— in fact, so American" that numerous "conersions" to this movement have aken place during the past deade even by tho? Americans of on-pluralistic inclinati ins. After careful observation of the Day Schools' educational pattern, m inj ci these erstw hile opponents ipenly confess that there is no • mflicl ith the ideals >l Ameri. in life JH having a touch of God and Toiah together with geography, reading, writing and arithmi I c, The l<.;:r and trepidation of a D >y Schi 0] student's lining a spiritual rcciuse or anything apart RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS %  Rabbi A'v;v Ir S Won it Hebreu A 1 !• em\ ur : 4 ;>• %  • %  li I .'..: %  • I 13 in 194 3 dt 913 < j for its method ui 1 ulum and superior ttudfitits who rerecx: i p m all of DJ i.c "i>-.:> sense of belonging, identification with Israel, involvement with the destiny of the Jewish people, appreciation of Jewish values, a love for learning, and living a full Jewish life. These are some of the objectives of Jewish education and cnts and the administration must carry the full burden and that the parents who want these schools should pay for them. Education is a responsibility of the organized community. Just as taxes are collected to provide a public school education, so must the contributions, as solicited by our central agencies, be distributed to provide specialized education programs for those segments of the community who require them. It is my firm belief that a dayschool education is the inalienable right of every Jewish child regardless of financial" standing these, obviously, cannot be accomplished in three hours a week for a tired, fatigued and often restless youngster in an afternoon religious school. These distinctive characteristics are what our Jewish parents and American Jewish leadership have come to recognize. And this surely is responsible for the spectacular growth in the past two decades from a handful of students to the record-breaking number of 50,000 Day School students today. Central Question all those seeking a Day School education tor at teas! two years of school, those most formative years in a child's Fife. After this period, a child will have the minimum orientation tools required for Jewish living, Such a step would automatically j %  At tl with begii we pli community leai ance of the ment for Jew ish il—' %  %  : the Jewish Day S >not only maintained, but expande 1 serve the growing needs 1 1 American Jewish immunity. End School Bus Transportation Suspension of bus"transportatiOn'agreed that bus transportation trtt at all Miami Beach religious schools. Sunday has become an onerom was announced by Joseph Cohen, item of expense on school budgets" president of the Bureau of Jewish and that other schools in the cornEducation, and presidents and rabmunity "clearly demonstrated that bis of Temples Beth Sholom, Ner parents are available on Sunday to Tamid, Emanu-El and Menorah. take their children to the religious Service will end on Sunday, Nov. 11. Representatives of the four Beach schools, meeting with the Bureau. Aged Home Unit In Meeting Here In spue of the popularity and dire necessity of Day Schools in : on Tuesday evening schools." Parents were urged to form car pools. Representatives of the schools included Raphael Yunes, chairman of the education committee of Temple Emanu-El; Murray A Shaw, president of Temple Ner Tamid; Nathaniel Glickman. chairman if the education committee of TernOfficers and directors of 19 nun pie Menorah; and Phi! Postelr.ik, it profit Homefor the Aged of all the education committee of Te I regions of the State of Florida got Beth Sholom. together for their first conference and all day providing future loaders, scholars, teachers and communal workers, their growth is being stunted because of the financial struggle of meeting budgetary needs. The Day School is a privately-supported institution, and consequently, must resort to private and voluntary contributions for its existence. At its best, income from tuition covers about 50 percent of the total budget. The question beuig raised in Jewish educational circles today is: If these Day Schools are so valuable for our future communal welfare, why can't they be made financiallystable and self-supporting? It is wrong to assume that parand social status. The educationAlso education lin tors four schools: Morn: • er Samberg, Herzl 1. bert Bloom, and Louis h man. executive lin if the Bureau of Jewish Educat.on. Wednesday at the East Ridge Lutheran Retirement Village. 19301 SW 87th ave. Maurice Pearlstein. executive director of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Miami, is temporary chairman of the Florida committee, and the Reverend B. F. Schumacher of East Ridge Retirement Village is serving as temporary secretary. Purpose of the meeting was to discuss the role of the non-profit YELLOW SPRINGS, O.— Among Home for the Aged and member] t he ^ {re hmen am j transfer strjship in the newly-formed American j dents arriving at Antioch College Assn. of the Homes for the Aging. | on Qct 2 for a week of or i e ntation and testing before the start of fall quarter was Leslie Howard Halpert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Halpert, 918 Manati ave.. Coral Gable. Ten days earlier. 250 freshmen. Gables Youth Enters Antioch By Special Report Dr. Ever Will See Students Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever will leave; Customs Governing the Torah On Occasion of Yom Kippur By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Some claim that the presence of the Torah being held publicly brings Why are the Torahs removed from 0 mmc| tne umtv „f ,h e people the ark and held in hand durof the congregation. Sin causes ing the chanting of Kol Nidro disunity and diversity. On Yom. on Yom Kippur eve? Kippur, we seek the integration of „ I the Jewish Community and it is ; • in the common touch has been. There are various reasons offer-; tnrough tne Tora h that all Jews i proven lo be whilly unfounded i eel for this practice. Some con-| a re united nol 0 „i y j n t he partii and unti. e. I tend that the public display of the 1 ar con> ,regation but throughout Torahs makes the congregation I (h(? wQ| ld txtra Something mindful of the seriousness of thej occasion. Others say that seeing In fact, the Day School youngthe Torahs. the congregants are reWhy do some congregations remove iter read! the same books, enjoys minded of their failure to observe the Torah, while others remove the same movies, and even keeps the 613 commandments required of w0 three, seven or even ail of a stead; record favorite them throughout the text of the them? football baseball teams. He's Torah. It is also maintained that It geems that originally only one like other American Kids of his the Sifre Torah are held because Torah was taken out. (Tur, Orach age. Th< only difference is that promises and vows are annuled at ,n lavum 0191 Technically, only in addition to the three R's there's Kol Nidre. Since many promises 0 ne is really required Some take an extra something: character and vows are made over the Torah, (IU lw(( Torahs to give the imbuilding '.raining In iiseipltne, a over which one swears, the Torah p,ess j on that the Torahs are two moral code and philosophy to live is held at the time the vows are w j ln ,. Ss ,, s who testify to our gilt. eo^etow JeVisrco^muni^lsoon for New York on a visit to j who enteredI Antioch "^ JJ should provide scholarships for leading Jewish institutions to mJr the college S,tWHNMtfMNtt terview students for the Talmudic "le ot classes, ana DW uppeici-^ Theological College of America. \ men who had also been studyuu on which will start classes in Novemcampus summer quarter, left £0| ber I jobs in 30 states or 14 foreign ca-aaClassrooms and living space for' nes the first group of students is now Halpert. who graduated in June available, and a proposed 5500.000 from Coral Gables Senior building at 7811 Carlyle ave.. will School, was a member of National eventually house the institution to Honor Society and National F train rabbis on a total scholarship sic League, and received a Nal b as is al Merit Letter of Commendation. Dr. Ever is chancellor of the colHe tentatively plans to study aci e ge. counting and law hv pridi in a Hebraic tradition, annuled. GREETINGS Associated Glass & Mirror Co. HIALEAH SPRINGS ALL TYPES OF GLASS Expert Workmanship — Storefronts Windows—Mirrors—Furniture Tops Me-ber Hialeah, Miami Springs Chamber of Commerce 40 I. 9th STREET, Hialeah TU 8-8457 GREETINGS ALL PURPOSE SANITIZING CORP. SANITIZING & DEODORIZING Call 751-3951 137 N.W. 36th STREET Miami, Fla. Others take out three to remind both ourselves and the Almighty of the three patriarchs. Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, by whose grace we beseech the Almighty for our lives. Some take out seven either to represent the seven times we pro-1 claim "The Lord—He is God" at the end of Yom Kippur or to remind us of the seven circuits around the wall of Jericho before it came tumbling down, hoping thus that the wall of sin, which separates us from the Almighty, will likewise be broken down. Those who take out all the Torahs claim that it is not proper to remove some while embarrassing the others, as a demonstration to the public that even inanimate objects should not be subjected to embarrassing discrimination. In some congregations, the honor of holding these Torahs was auctioned off —obviously more honors could be passed out or sold if all the Torahs were taken out. GREETINGS Armen's House of Beauty Latest Method of Hair Styling-Tinting 'AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT" 1363 CORAL WAY Ph. 373-7807 GREETINGS STARTING A NEW BUSINESS? Call UN 6-3212 PAT SCHAEFER PUBLICITY, PROMOTIONS and PUBLIC RELATIONS Happy Holidays R. J. THORBURN Printing Equipment 80 E. 9th STREET HIALEAH TU 5-2842 &• 'v Si* 1 $*** '" N "" ^et done in finest rtyle and taste. "** rorli ..lid nraa •. retired baker. %  >" **" II.,J -.' w Lsl 10/S-II-19-M I .-*<• ivt.i:\ "1 >!;


PAGE 1

I University of Miami Symphony to Open 36th Season With Honegger Work Oct. 21 Alan Kipnis Adrienne Abramson Steven Kern < [j ar ^s'Litzvah Ac"r:er.ne Abramson Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate ai the Has Mitzvah of Adrienne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abramson, during services at Temple Kmanu-Kl on Saturday morning, Oct. 6. Adrienne is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High and is interested in dancing and horseback riding. She will be honored at a reception in the Eden Roc hotel following the services. • • Alan Kipnis Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Kipnis, will celebrate his Bar %  Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct. 6. at Temple Emanu-EI. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. Alan is an eighth grade student at Nautilus Junior High, and his hobbies include stamp-collecting, photography and athletics. Surfside Student To Head Hillel William Ladcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Lader. 9025 Byron ave., Surfside. has been elected president of Hillel at Florida State: kinds. The celebrant will be honored al a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following the ceremony, and at a reception Saturdaj evening .it the Seville hotel. • • • Irwin Pascul Rabbi Mordeeai Podet will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Irwin Pascul during services Saturday morning. Oct. 6. at Temple Judea. An honor roll student in the eighth grade at Ponce Junior High. [rwin is active in baseball and football. Parents of the celebrant are Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pascul. 3751 SW 27th ter. Steven Kern The Bar Mitzvah of Steven, son of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Kern, will be celebrated Saturday. Oct. 6. at the Mincha service in Temple Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. A seventh grade student at the Deerborne School in Coral Gables, Steven has won a scholarship award in social studies, and is an outstanding student in history. He is interested in political sicence, American history, and sports of all University in Tallahassee. Lader. a senior majoring in criminology and public relations, has A reception in his honor will be held at West view Country Club following the ceremony. • • Nora Feldman Nora Feldman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman. will celebrate her Has Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Oct. 6. at Beth David services conducted by Rabbi Norman N Shapiro and Cantor William W Lipson in the main sanctuary Nora is a student in the eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High School. She is interested in drama and all the fine arts. After the services. Mr and Mrs. Feldman will host the Kiddush. Steber, a leading soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, as guest solist. Miss Steber will sing arias from "Tannhauser," "Fledermaos," and "Marriage of Figaro." The major orchestral cempositon will be Gustav Mahler's symphony No. 4, in which Miss Steber also will participate. Philippe Entremoht, the 28-year' old Fiench pianist who has be hailed on five continents for bis keyboard artistry, will make his Miami debut at the Symphony's fifth program Feb. 10 and 11. Entremont will perform Mozart's Concerto in D. Cesar Franck's S> mphonic Variations and Tchaikovsky's symphony No 7 will also be hoard. Israeli violinist Zvi Zeitlin assumes the soloist spotlight Mar i 4 An artist who has appeared throughout Europe and South America, Zitlin last month shared the Stage of the Israel Philharmonic with Igor Stravinsky, who guestconducted the orchestra in a per formance of the composer's Violin Concerto at Tel Aviv. Zeitlin will perfrom Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 and Ben Haim's Violin Concerto." to be presented for the first time in the United States. Sergio Perticaroli, whom SevitzLeslie Parnas. 32-year-old member j *>' discovered in Italy las.: year is of the St. Louis Symphony, appears ^e pia no sol.st Mar 17 and 1* Rein his first major orchestral date after winning second prize award at Moscow's famed Tchaikovsky. Competition last spring. The miraculous story of the French peasant girl who. in the 15th century led armies against the English and drove them from France, will unfold musically and dramatically at the orchestra's third program Dec. 9 and 10 Head-1 eo by the talented actress Felicia Montealegre (Mrs. Leonard Bernstein) as narrator in the title role of "Joan of Arc at the Stake," the Honegger oratorio also stars bass-. baritone Donald Gramm; tenor Jean Deis; actor Michael Wager; three Miami sopranos. Joyce McGrew, Salwa Morrige, and Natasha (Feinmani Martin, and the I'M chorus of 100 voices directed by Glenn Draper Following a one-month interim for the holidays, the season resomes Jan. 13 and 14 with Eleanor The University of Miami Symphony Orchestra opens its 36th annual winter season Oct. 21 and 22, featuring 15 internationally-known guest artists and Fabrien Sevitzky conducting the series of nine pair [ of concerts, which are presented on Sunday evenings at Miami Beach Auditorium and Monday evenings \ at Dade County Auditorium. Sevitzky. who enters his fourth v, ar as music director and conductor Of the S.Vmember orchestra. will lead the orchestra in the Arthur Honegger dramatic oratorio. Joan ol Arc at the Stake." to be presented for the first time in Miami, and Ludwig van Beethoven's Syphony No. 9. UM Symphony manager Marie Volpe announced that opening the Greater Miami musical season will be the noted Russian pianist, Nikita Magaloff, scheduled to make his local debut in a performance of the Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor. The major orchestral work in this first program will be Igor Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite." presented in celebration of the composer's 80th birthday. A prize-winning cellist takes the soloist spotlight Nov. 11 and 12 as FEUCM MONTEAUGJc cently hailed in his deb ance with England's : harmonic Orchestra und rolli, the youth will come to Miai;.. • o:" critical acclaim I and recital appe Europe He'll perf turian's Piano Cone On Mar. 31 ar.d Apr I n Stern returns for his, third ;a pearar.ces with the UM 5 notion, Orchestra. The ncted violin tuoso will appear In a pr< be announced later. Concluding the sea\ and 22 will be Beethovi phony No. 9 in D minor othy Coulter, soprano. Wolff, mezzo-soprano; David I tenor; and Kenneth Smith .,.. the UM chorus will participate this performance. The four • il i ists will also be heard in the Bart cantata. "Sleepers Awake. Brahms "Alto Rhapsody' i succeeded in enrolling a record affiliation with Hillel among F.S.U. students. The B'nai B'rrth-sponsored organization is guided by Dr. Sidney Kobre, Hillel counselor. Lader said, in an edition of "Hillel Speaks." the groups newsletter, that considerable progress has been made in building up the organization on the Florida State campus, and that top cultural programs have been strengthened by various musical activities Rail Passenger Volume on Rise Passenger traffic volume on the Seaboard Air Line Railroad for the summer season of 1962 was the largest for any summer in a peacetime year. James R. Getty, general passenger traffic manager for the system, said this week. Seaboard's passenger business has followed an upward trend in recent years, and annually it is nowmore than double what it was prior to World War II. Revenues through Sept. 15 are running ahead of the same period of last year. Increases Cromwell Offers 'Ocean 1 Rooms The new kosher Cromwell hotel, on the ocean at 20th st.. Miami Beach, is now ottering a limited number of ocean view and ocean front rooms for as low as $5.50 per day. per person. Abe Gefter has announced that this includes meals, free chaise lounges and mats, and free television and radio in each room, as j well as free parking adjoining the building, and nightly entertainment. Gefter, a well-known kosher caterer, has been in Miami Beach since 1945. Previously, he was associated whh the Astor and Marseilles hotels here. Dietary laws and Sabbath are under strict Orthodox rabbinical sup Beth Am Club Elects Freeman Fust president


PAGE 1

FridayOctober 5. 1962 "Jmistf fkjrkfem Page 11-ft Slsaac Wolkowsky f Passes Away, 73 I A founding member of Temple Ismt'l of Greater Miami died here Monday. Oct. 1. Isaac Wolkowsky. of 348 NE 21st St.. was 73. His family settled in Key West in 1871 He came to Miami 38 years aeo, and was the retired owner of several men's clothing stores. Surviving Mr. Wolkowsky are his wife. Freda: a son, David William; two daughters. Miss Edna Wolkowsky and Mrs Ruth Greenfield; and live grandchildren, all jl Miami. k Services were in Gordon Funeral Home on Wednesday. Surviving ,re nis rtf, Poll; tw., ,.m, ncludlng Samuel; a daughter, two ,' '"" r v %  -•• % % %  %  i I •,, gramlchtl'i n %  W %  "•"' S( "l ,t in Beyer Funeral Home. LOUIS MORGAN 71. of 230 loth -i.. Miami Beach, died sept. 16. He came here 110 vear* aeo fr.., n Philadelphia, and a. i Simon Named 'Realtor of Year' Herbert Lee Simon, president of the Miami Board of Realtors, has LEGAL NOTICE came Washington HARRY FLEISSIG ____ ,f 1335 8W 15th It., die I Sept. 2s. came here 12 years ago from New rk and was a retire l Insurance ?nt. He was a member of the tellte Cei ter and a Mason. Boring are son, Bernard; daughters, Paulina Fretlch -mi Mra Mae ner; a sist.r and six grandchildren, rices were Oct. I In Gordon Full Home. a ret i lr9 'j been named "Miami Realtor of the by a brother. ServTces were Sept. 17 Year." USS, '"'"'" rdo M \ Designation was based on SimMRs7oPHIE SOKOL i n H SerVite f IK" b ard me mberS 71. of 511 BW 13th ave.. lied Sept. 16. and semce to the cammunity. she came here 10 years ago from Among Simon's achievements she was a member of J .•-,.f during his administration as presisurvivdent in 1962, was the installation of -ng are her husband, Charles; a son; .. „. two daughters, Mrs IJ H Hvman and a county-wide Plat Book. Mrs Mariin Kurkhardt; a brother. Workmen's Circle, Branch 699. and of Miami r'll-n.ity Social Club. Survlvsistcr. six grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Bervti e.s Sept. IS in ilorlon Kunent Horn four were CARLOS SALAZAR 39, of 1771 SW 28rd ter.. died Sept. IS In Caracas. Venezuela He came here 11 years ago from Cuba. Surviving ire : his wife. Sara: daughter, Beatrix son, Carlos; two brothers, Luis and .William, and i sis .-. Ms Mi WU ; saiazar. Local arrangements were I handled by th RiversHMemorial Chapel, Douglas rd. MRS. IDA LEVINE PLAVNICK ",' %  .f 1500 Hay rd.. Miami Beach, died S'. 29. she came here 24 years ago from Savannah. Oft. She w-as a life member of the Coral Qftbles It'nal B'rlth, and the Hadassah of Miami Bench Surviving are her husband, Alex; sons, Murraj and .-'am Levlne; .! ivhters, Mrs. Frances Landers and MrBstelle Talk; 19 grandchildren. an.I one greal-grandchlld. Services Del l 'ti Gordon Mineral Horn.-. HARRY GORDON 77 of 2421 i.ake Panooast lr died t>< I* In th New York Hospital af. long illness. H" was a memI of Z.O.A., B'nal Krith. Ocean ij .1. wish Center and Temple Beth Rholom of Miami Beach. Survlvi i %  •• his wife, Lena; n son. Marvin; daughters, Mrs. Tllla Ooldsteln ind Mr-. Belli r..rsln: one grandchild %  i one great-grandchild IS'DORE WEIDENFELD ..f 2i Mli Mean ave Miami Beach, Idled Sept. :';'.. He ranif here 12 years laao from N* a York and was a reItlred egq wholesaler. H*> was B memIber if the Miami Beach Workman's [Circle Surviving are his wife, Syl|\ two sons, a daughter and *ven %  grandchildren. Service, were Sent !-'•> in Riverside Memorial Chapel, AlI %  -r. rd HARRY HOLMBERS I 71, of 775 Dftde blvd., Miami Beach, j died Sept. 21. He came here 12 years ago from Oreen, N V. and was In the trucking bus'n.-s.He was a veteran j of Wi rid War I, and is survived by a ) brother, Martin Ser\ does were Sept. I 2S In Riverside Memorial Chapels, Alton rd. **r MRS. LENA FINKELSTEIN >f 2431 Nw 182nd ter.. lied Sept. She camhere 12 years ago from New York. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Mar.. Renen; two sons, five grandchildren an.i nine greal indchlldtvn Bervl es were in New Fork with local arrangements by Beyer Funeral Home. L.EVINE ter., ii'-d sept MORTON 19, of 7510 SW lth ter .lied Sept 22. He came here 10 years ago from New York and was a refrlgeratl n en^iii. .a He was i hancellor of the Flagler-Gable* Knights >f Pythias, Surviving? are his wife. Zeida; a son. N'eai; Three daughters. Mrs Howard Sacks. Mrs. Morton Brsttlng inl Mrs. Mlchelle 1-evine. his mother, two brothers and seven grandchildren were Sept. 2; in Oord in Home Bervices Kuneral MRS. MARGARET MARIENTMAL wint.-r resident of Miami Beach for la" \ears. rtii .! foot, I.". She was an loffloer of th Cardiac Home, a memIber of (he H •".• Kelief and Hida-|ah. Surviving are her husband, harles: rhr, • daughter* six grandhildrcii. flv slaters and a brother Fervle. w.re held in l>-trolt. OTTO OUTRATH %  ll?|i> NK Mh ave died s. pt He cam.here ?' '.-a-s -i--. from ni. an.I -aa retired Armv s~r-ani Service* were Sent 27 with iv-rsid.Memorial Chanel, ivmnlas I., in chart.'. MRS. ANNA BYRNE ".. ..f !•;\r -xiv, vt .i|...) _<,.,,, oBhe came here 2'! eenm ago from Philadelphia. Surviving •trr 'or loo. Ihers including I'huin ss-lioltr -.nrt sisters Incl'idint M-•..in-, lock Ser\tcea w.-re in Phlladelpnia ivl|h local M'-ranK-m-nts l.\*;..r>n Puneral Home. MRS FUZA'ETHCUTL^R v .f 2>v, PVT -.'-,,1, „, ,|i..,| s ,. |lt 2< • came hen :-. ver, ,_.,, rroIr idmere ill v Y SurWvlne are '•• bii.-i.an.l. Jesse; son, Harvev; a %  • %  >.T. i". .i-...,, ., n ,| twogrind'oidr.-n. s, ,-, ,.,.. W( r .. ,.„!,, lM |„ Slverslde M< norlal Chapel, Hondas MRS. CLARA SHAPIRO I'-nnsylvanii ve., died P %  • si,. ,.„„„> h ,. r „ i,,,.,,.. .,._., %  in Ashnrj Park. N.J. She was a a,!" r f'>T "f ih.\i| i Rene)' vorkmans Circle. Surviving are -• Harry, Milton -nd I ; dan-b • Mi. Ethel Martel and Mr%  !••". %  rirossman; a brother. Aaron %  ".""l, "'~;:V X !" Thelma Oolden id Mrs Ethel I! r .. n n e r and siv inrtchlldren Servtaita were Oct, I in Newman Funeral Home MARK TRIBBUS 10, of 14 Bth St., Mlnmi Beach, died Sepl. 21. He came here 14 years ago from New Fork and w is a retired isirber. His survived by a daughter. Services wore Seat 24 under direction %  f llcy.T Fun-ril Home. LEG4L NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.OA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10181 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a i'nit.-i s 1 .-...i orp tratlon, Plaintiff, vs. Jor>V HERRMANN, et al Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JODY HERMANN an I RICHARD HERMANN, her husband YOL' ARK HEREBY notified that soil liis been filed In tli — above styled Court to foreclose that certain mortgage given by n REEJS THISTLE. INC.. to MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, dated March 13. h'57, recorded March 14, L57 under Clerk's File No. QO-4412S, of the Public Records of Da.de County, Florida, against the following described property, lying and being in Hal.i.'.niiin. Florida. to -wit: Lot : in Block 33 of IVES ESTATES 8ECTK >N i. ICCOI III I to the Plat thereof, recorded in i'lal I look ;• > at Page 79 Of the Public Records of Had.County, Florida. You are required to serve copy of I o • utswer or pleading m the Plaintiffs ittorneya, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen .'v Rose, 41)7 Lincoln Road, M i a ill i Beach. Florida, and file the original answer in the Office if the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1th day of November, 1962; otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will I bo taken, as confessed bj you. Dated at Miami, Dade County. Florida, this Srd day of October, 1962, E. P. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk (seal! By: I. SNEEDEN Deputy clerk 10 '5-13-19-26 hi. 1962 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 570O8-B IN RE: Estate of ROBERT M. STEWART. died Sept. 20 He :ame here 12 years Deceased. ago from New York. He was a Ma-on NOTICE TO CREDITORS Surviving is a son, Arthur J**[559S!lTo All creditors and AII Persons Having Claims or Demand* Against Said BENJAMIN NARM "2. of 13*><> Collins ;ive, Miami Beach, were in N- York with Riverside Memorial Chapels In Charge. 14, BENJAMIN SILVER .f 171" Jefferson or. di-1 Sept. He came here '16 years ago from Columbia. S.C. an I ms a refl ed jeweler He was a Ma-in, i member of the Scottish Bit-. Shrin.-. Elks an I Temple Emanu-E' Surviving) are a •on, Seymour; tw > daunhters. Mrs. Ethel Slegel and Miss Ruth Silver, ami four grandchildren. Services wore Sept. 23 in River.: iMemorial Chap-ls. Alton rd in Mem trial MRS. ANNA WALOMAN <2. of 3300 Collins ave.. Miami Beach, lied Sepl 19 She came here 22 yearg ago from New v.-; Surviving are her husband. Albert ind a brother. Maurice Freldberg. Services werBrooklyn with Rlversl le Chapels in charge. HARRY J. KATZ 71 of 1631 SW 102nd ave. diel Sept. He came he •13 years igo I im N.u York and n ii retired house painter. He la mrvlved >i hh wile. Hilda Service* were Sepl 21 al M:. Xebo Cemeter inder the dlrectl • %  >i Gordon Punernl Home. Estate: lull are hereby notified and required to present an\ claims and demands which you ma> have againai the estate of ROBERT M. STEWART deceased late of Hade County. Florida, to the County Judgeof Dade County, and file the same in their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. JEROME H WEINKI.E Executor WEINKLE & KESSLER Attorneys M4 Se>bold Building Miami ;(2. Fiorina 1U/..-12-19-26 I : [. .s I 1. li. SARAH ELLIS N fork, who was a Miami ach resld, ni for M years died Sent -in "as life member of the aish Mom. for the A red In Miami ""in* i%  .i so,,. Irving: a dauithos Ruth Shapiro; two Bisters, ''oih.-s. ,„„, L-randchll.l and one •.' %  "'.'.din.i. Bervtres were Rent i'l'.-i"" V "'' K l ,h Riverside Memlapeln In charge. GEOROE MARSH 1850 SW r.th st., died Sept. 15. i ime here |n years ago rrom ilaltl• and „., i i.l Home in charee > ears •.:. rrom a retired cftrpenter Sent, in with Beyer JACOB ROSENBFRG ISI1 SW 17th ter., died Sepl. IS. 'mi I,, r. i-, yea-* a*o from ""'"" %  and was a retired garment iiifactur.r snrvlvina are his wife. -"li. Nathan: a daughter, siv % %  >• hiidr.-n ..nd four rreat-gmndI v.,!, ," Servh-e* were in Brooklyn 'o. ni arrangements bv Cordon .1 II..m. STANLEY TINTER "'. 'alnlonta, Coral Cables, "••I'l v He came here 18 y. ar* 'rorn New Tnrk and was the own' Ihe Di ; Rio Finance Corn. He I m ml,, r n* Beth Da\-ld. Tun ion Phi fraternity, a graduate of i' 1 I'ntverslfv and a v.-'crnn of 'd War II Surviving am his wife. ''• four sons. Jay, Steven. Richnd Daniel: bis parents Mr and Alexander Tlnter, and a brother. %  %  Bervlci ere Sepl 19 In I k>r1 ineral Horn. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57213C IN RE: Estate >f BENJAMIN MILLER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit ire and All Persons Having Cliims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required l present any riaima and demandwhich you maj have against the estate of Benjamin Miller deceased late of Dade County, Florida. to the County Judges of Had County, ind file the samo in duplicate and as provided in Section 7S3-1*!, Florida Statutes, in their officein the Count* Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar month* from the time of the Orel publication hereof, or the same will be barred i •,..i it Mi imi. F lorida, ibis ist lav .f i • •• .her. A.D, LEON A. EPSTEIN A Executor First publication if tins notlc • on the 5th day of o •' >'"•-. I I Attorney forExecutor ISO Lin iln Rd.. M B Fla i 12-19-26 Km Km W„ An e a Mr, Si BENNI MILLER •' 13320 \\v nth *ve lied e earn.lor.|g years ago from \\ vv York and was a retired baker, Riverside Opens Another Facility Riverside Memorial Chapels, with three locations in the Greater Miami area, has opened a new $850,000 facility at 1963 Grand Concourse and 170th St, in the Bronx, NY. The imposing white marble and brick building stands in the lite of the chains former Bronx iiome., IjEOX A BPSTEIN Chapels are also located in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Far Roekavvay, Mt, Vernon. In addition to > cnsfrwction program Riverside has been conducting in the Now York r*, more then a million dollars has been spent over the last two years in an expansion program in Greater Miami. A new chapel was built and opened at 1920 Alton ri Miami Beach, during the past year and beautification of existing chapels wa, completed at the Normandy I^le loca,i, •' 'ountj Judges of n.i. tion and at the Douglas Road chap.; •'-"-;. -to.e el just outside ^oral GaDIes. Florida Statutes, In their ofTices in !" ., u .i _.J u.. DI,. the County Courthouse In DadeOoiinThe new chapel opened ay KvtVi F or|da w „ h n ,,„ ,.,,,..,,,,. moutbf erside in the Bronx was designed from the time if the first publication %  I-I. r .c NTJ„, Vnrlr ritv her-of. or the same will be barred. by Ralph Left, of New York Uty. ,,.., ( v „., ,.., ri ,,, js ., 7:ll who also designed Riverside s | day of ber, A.D. IM Brooklyn am! >". 'hapels.| Interiors, done by Miss Margaret I th |" %  -;,.•!•.. %  McCune. of the Jo in Stuar: ur.ii Myers. 1 % % %  .'. %  %  nNewYor^ar.ligiUaod^orful. Atton yet done in finest ityle and taste. I 10/5-1J-19-M IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PR03ATE N). 571703 IN RE: Estate of JACOB liKRNHTKIN. 'Is., known as JACK BERNSTEFN, Dece i % %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All ri. in orand All Persona Having Claima • %  Demand* Agalnai said Estate: Yni are hereby notified ird required to (ires.oit any claims and i.-mands which you maj have against the -iite of JACOB BERNSTEIN, also known iJACK BERNSTEIN i i [ate f I ide Count y. l^l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10565 THE Wll.l.l AMSBTOGH 8AVINOS BANK. Plaintiff. V8. PINUEY JONES, TKlsri-'K IN BANKRL'I'Tt'Y, i.AKI.AND LANTHRON and WI1.MA I.ANTHRON. his wife. AIJJKRT UKNK DA WE. • single man. CATHL.EEN DAWE. a single woman. HELEN SHERMAN. EXECUTRIX OK THE ESTATE IF MORRIS HORN, and the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: GARLAND LANTHRON and WII.MA I.ANTHRON, his wife, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN, ALBERT OENE DAWE, a single man, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN. CATHLKEN DAWE. a slnRle woman. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN and the unknown spouse of any d. Cendant, whose marital status is not correctly stated If Hying, and If any of the named defendants are dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grxniees. assignees, lienors. creditors, trustees or other claimants claiming by, through, under or against any of the above named defendants who are deceased: You are hereby notified that the above captloned action has been Instituted against you in th.Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for Dade County to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe following described reel property: Lot 3, Block &, FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY, according to th.Plat thereof, recorded In I'lat R. ok 60. Page 19. of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida together with all structures. Improvement* and fixtures attached thereto You are required to file your answer t., plaintiff* complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plalntltf's attorney MARTIN KINK. H:h Floor I Dade Federal Kldg.. Miami 32, \ Ida. not later than November ." lor a Decree Pro Confesao will I., entered against you. Dated September 28, 1964. E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. I Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: K. M. LYMAN De]iiit\ Clerk I MARTIN FINK i Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Fluor Dade Federal Hldg Miami 32. Florida 10/6-18-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57222B IN UE: Estate of BENJAMIN JOS8EM Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH Persons lla\ ing Claims .-r Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required t<> present any claims and demand* which you may have again*! the estate of BENJAMIN JUSSIM deceased late of DADE County. Florida, to the County Judges of DadCounty, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their office* iii the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will he barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this S7th il.iv of September. A.D. lltfiL'. HENRIETTA J088BM As Executrix BYRON I.. SI'ARHEK Attorney for Executrix 420 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla. 10/5-12-19-26 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57201-C IN REl Estate of HARRY ROTHMAN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate You are hereby notified and iequired to present any claims and demands which you may ha,aagainst the estate of HAUKY ROTHMAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, tO the County Judges of Dade County, and file the sam,in theii office* In the County ''ourthouse in 1 ia.|. County, Florida, within six calendar mouths from the date ..f the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. LEONARD E, H. ROTHMAN Executor WEINKI.E A KKSSI.EK Attornej M I Seybold Itiiilding Miami 32, Florida 1" 5-12-19-26 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA I'd ALL TO Wlln.M THESE PRES ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS: Whereas. SIDNEY S SACHS. MIAMI. FLORIDA: LEON LABBIE, MIAMI. FLORIDA: ELAINE LABBIE, MIAMI. FLORIDA; did on the 10th day Of March. A.D 1956. .an.-. to be incorporated under the laws ..( the Slate of Florida SACHS BROS JEWELRY A U>AN IM, INC. ., .,,,poratlon, with its principal place of business al MIAMI. DADE COUNTY, in the State of Florida, and whereas such corporation did on the -.'itb da) of September, A.D. 1932, cause to be filed in the office of the Secretary of Mate ol the Slat.of Florida, the do, unieiiiai > authority required under Section 108.27. Florida Statutes, showing th.dissolution of such corporation. NoW. therefore, the Se. retail of State do.s hereby certify to the forecoin,, mi,| that he is satisfied thai til. requirements of the law have been compiled with. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto sel mj haml and havt affixed ihe Greal Seal of the : Mat Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the TWENTYKot'HTII day of SEPTEMBER, A D. 1962 I >M ADAMS se, i etarj ol State ni .". (2 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of PREFERRED REALTY at 9550 Bay Harbor Terrace, Baj Harbor Island, Miami Beach 54, Fla.. Intends to register said name with th. Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f Dad.Cotintv. Florida. BRET CIPE8 *i SKI.MA CUES. I 'arm, i s :. 23—10/5, 12. 19 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20918 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Martin Morg.-nstern. holder of County %  |'a\ Sal.Certificate No. 3137 Issued the 1st day of June. A.D. 1960. has filed same in my office, and has made application fi-r a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the Cotintv of Dad., state of Florida, towlt: Lot 13 Peacocks Re-Sub Lots 2 & .'! Rlk 16 Plat ISook 1 Page 1SI in the County of Dad.-. State of Florida The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Ethel L. Lewis. Unless sab! certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the property described h.r.in will he sold to the hlfhesl ladder at the Court House door on th. first Monday in the month of November, 1932, which is the 5th day .,f November, 192. Dat.d this 24Uh day of September. 1932, E. P LEATHERMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court. Dade is. a! i County. Florida B) R M l.EEI'KR. 1 leputy clerk -.10/5-12 -19-83 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57142A RE: Kstate of LEON R BELMONT. I'. ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml creditors and All Person* Having Claims ..r Damages Again Said Estate: You are herebv notified and required to present any claims and demands Which you may hive against the .state of LEON R. BELMONT deceased lat. of Dade County. Florida, to the, Countv Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided in Section 7.18. FL-rida Statutes, in their offices in the Couy Courthouse In Dad.Com.ly, r lorida within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. D.t.d at Miami. Florida, this 24 day ,.f September. A D I'":MAltloN B BELMONT As Executrix K.iVNKK .v MANNHEIMER Ail. rn.v for Executrix I'.. Lincoln Road Miami Bench. Florida m „ 9 INTo IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57011-B IN RE: Estate of EMMA KERSHNER. Deceased. __._.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person* Having claims or Demands Against Said Tou are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate ,.f EMMA KERSHNER deceased late of Dade County. Floiida. to the County Judges of Dade countty, and file the -am. in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.11 Florida Statutes, in their offices in the < ountv Courthouse in Dade County. Florida within six calendar months from Ihe' time of the first publication hereof ,.r the same will be barred. Dai.d at Miami. Florida, this tn .lav of Sept. A.D.. 1962. SAMUEL KKRSHNER A.Executor First publication of Ihis notice on the Mtb day "f September. l'2. F'AINCE. F'INK .v FORMAN Attorney for Executor 1502 Cen tres. BW.. WMfcJgfo,, w NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in |„ lr i„ess Ulld.r the flctlle-US 11-11116 oT TERRY KEY PERSONNEL al J3M Building, North Miami Beach. Florida intends to register si.i.l name with the Clerk of the Circuit > ourl of Dado County. Florida. TERESA cot I.D1.N Pole Owner in 5-12-19-23 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7056 • I \ Yl.i 'RD .1 WILLIAMS, Plaintiff, PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i PEARLJJtOSE WILLIAMS 104 Brook* Street I;., T Boston. Massachusetts You. PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS, are, I,, i. bj notified thai a Bill of Complalnt for Divorce ha* been filed against vou, and you are required to serve cop> of your Answei or Pleadlns In th< Bill "f Complaint on the Plaintiff* attorney. LEWIS P. COHEN, 1151 S.W FinM Street. Suite 207, Miami :' %  •'•. Florid* and file the original Answei 01 Pleading In the oitii f the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before the Mh day ..f November, 1982 If you fall to do so, judgment bs default will b. taken against you for the relief demanded in ihe Bill of Comiilalnt, Thl* noil., shall be published once ea.-h w.ek for four consecutive weeka in I'l IE JEWISH I'L. iKIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 1st .laof October, A D. p...: E i: [JCATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit c t. D...I. County. Florida is. all Bj C P C< d'ELAND DepilU Clerk LEWIS F COHEN 1 150 SW l.-t SI Suite '-'"7 Miami J8, Fla.—PR J-8381 10/8-12-19-13 1,1



PAGE 1

Page 12-3 *Jenisf Mcridffar Friday, October r igeg UMDtK THf JTWCT AND CONSTANT LOCAl KAB^NICAl SOPHV/J/ON OF KABBI TIBOK H. STEBH T15HRI 10th DAY %  n 2"s^ fl* 7 OCTOBER 8ih DAY The HOLIEST Day In the Jewish Calendar... Jo our many -rrienas nd \ customers and Jheir j~arnilies

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:
October 5, 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:
AA00010090:01757

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:
October 5, 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:
AA00010090:01757

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
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
jlume 35 Number 40
Miami, Florida. Friday, October 5, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
State' Says Missile Sale Is One Shot Deal

Irges More
\id to Arabs
kspite Boycott
f\\ \SHINGTON (JTAI The
ate Department contends that
to the Arab states should be in-
eased despite continued Arab dis-
fi initiation against American'
us. the Department made known:
the House Appropriations Sub-
^inmittee on foreign operations, it;
revealed this week.
[Phillips Talbot. Assistant Secre-
ry of State, conveyed the De-
triment's views in testimony on
reign operations appropriations,
1963. The Subcommittee ask-|
Mr. Talbot why aid to the Arabs |
being increased in view of'
tab boycotts, blockades, and dis-j
{minatory tactics affecting Amer-1
citizens and American inter-
|Mr. Talbot replied that "when
comet to using the aid instru-
snt at a club on one country or
other, we think that in the
terican interest there are like-
Continued on Pae 13-A
Yom Kippur will begin with the awesome Kol Nidre service
Sunday evening. The blast of the Shofar. hallmark of the
High Holy Days, is here attended by young patients at the
National Jewish Hospital at Denver, opened by B'nai B'rith
in 1899.
Angry Student Crowd Breaks Up
Mosley Lecture in State Univ.
BUFFALO. N.Y. (JTA) Sir Oswald Mosley. British Fascist
leader, broke up his lecture at the State University of New York here
this week under shouts -Nazi" and Jew-hater" from the angry au-
dience, lie ducked through the hack door and escaped while some of
the students in the hall held the angry crowd back.
-----I The lecture came to an abrupt
Tells Arabs Decision Was
Imposed on U.S. Without
Prior Military Consultation
SIGNIFICANT POLICY CHANGE PAGE 7-A
UNITtD NATIONS COMMENT PAGE 11 A
GUMON WARNS OF FORCE PAGE 13-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The Department of State is seek-
ing to minimize the extent of the American response to Israel's
defense needs, and has informed the Arab states that the sale
of Hawk missiles to Israel is a one-time transaction and not indi-
cative of any continuing U.S. commitment to Israel military re-
quirements.
United States diplomats, it was learned from official sources,
have told the Arabs that the decision to provide Hawks to Israel
was not recommended by professiinal diplomats but was imposed
by higher authority. In order to dispel what the State Depart-
ment regards as a "misconception" of the Hawk transaction, diplo-
mats are stressing that this is neither a change nor a reversal of
long-standing policy.
In view of these diplomats, the U.S.A. intends to continue
to avoid becoming a supplier of sophisticated weapons to Israel.
The Hawk deal was characterized as a single decision to meet
a temporary and specific need for an improved Israel air defense.
It was in the meantime learned that the Hawk agreement so
far only represents an expression of willingness to make such a
sale, it is dependent on negotiations of terms yet to be work-
ed out.
Meanwhile Senate Republican leader Everett Dirksen, of
lolda Slates Talks With
op Leaders at UNations
Dean Rusk for a 90-minute confer-1
ence. Another meeting of the two
I diplomats was scheduled in the
| near future. Spokesmen for both
i foreign policy chiefs said the meet-
She met with Secretary of State1 ing took place in an "excellent at
mosphere."
Mrs. Meir also conferred with
Acting Secretary General U Thant
and foreign ministers of many oth-
er member countries at the UN.
In these talks, she discussed is-
sues affecting Israeli positons on
topics on the agenda of the
rent General Assembly. She
address the Assembly on Oct
The' first ela-h between
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
rs. Golda Meir. Israel's Foreign
|inister. pursued this week a busy
und of conferences with top of-
cials of the United States and the
Inited Nations.
Goldberg Takes
ligh Court Oath
end when Mrs. Isa Klein, wife of
a Buffalo rabbi, jumped from her
hair and called Mosley a "Fas-
cist Jew-Hater." Mosley replied
he as never a racist. His reply
provoked shouts from the audience
"You are a Nazi." A number of
persons then surged toward the
platform, but a group of graduate
sludents surrounded him and forc-
od the crowd back, while he quick-
ly disappeared.
On his arrival here, Mosley
was met by students carrying
placards reading "No Nazis
Here," and "Keep Our City
Clean." At the airport, Mosley
Continued on Page 5-A

.
Argentine Jewry Alarmed
By Minimizing of Violence
Continued on Pa.ge 11-A
BUENOS AIRES (JTA) A
leading spokesman for Argentine
Jewry expressed severe alarm
Tuesday over efforts by the Argen-
tine Government to minimize the
extent of the anti-Jewish manifes-
tations here because of their ef-
1 feet on public opinion abroad.
Dr. Isaac Goldenberg. president
WASHINGTON (JTA) Ar-
bua J Goldberg, the fourth Anier-
:.n of Jewish faith to serve on
liir United States Supreme Court,
sworn in Monday as the court
,pened its 1962-1963 term.
President Kennedy attended the
brief swearing-in ceremony of his
former Secretary of Labor. Also
attendance were Attorney Gen
Iral Robert F. Kennedy. Vice Pres-
ident Lyndon B. Johnson, several
}ther Cabinet members. Speaker of
Continued on Page 6-A
cur-
will
9.
Arab
delegations and Israel at the 17th
Assembly occurred when the Arabs
fought this week to prevent the
.lectum of an Israeli delegate. Miss
Hava Hareli, to the post of vice-
chairman of the Assembly's Com-
mittee on
Affairs The Arabs won a post
ponement on the voting for the
Algeria Marks Saddest Holy
Day Observance in Centuries
of DAIA. the central Argentine
Jewish representative organiza
tion. told a press conference that
the statement by Minister of the
Interior Alvaro Alsogaray about the
anti-Semitic manifestations was
"encouraging," He warned, how-
ever, that as long as the govern
ment permitted the formation and
training of Nazi groups as assault
troops, "there will exist the dan-
ger of physical aggression against
ALGIERS (JTA) The sad- holding regular services here, only j,,ws even jf tms might not be call-
desl Rosh Hashona in many cen- two are functioning now. Of the e(( anti-Semitism."
turies was observed here by the more than 30 rabbis who were here
decimated Jewish community, prior to the vast exodus of Alger-
no more than 4.000 of a lan Jewry.
onlv four remain. Of
mimic and Financial, JhnBrfto^--^ ^ ^-J^ ^ jg memhers of tne ,
ished in this capital The Days
pc.in-ii...... .... ,""; -- ~- f we nere arc indeed, days of
e&2 swasffva is-3-and T*
virtually assured! Of the 12 synagogues previously-
Israel Welcomes Euromat Possibility
TEL AVIV (JTA) The de-
!'faion of the Council of Ministers
"> the European Common Market
It., open negotiations soon for an
[agreement to provide trade links
[tor Israel with the six member na-
[tions was welcomed in Israel this
l^eek. However. Israel officials
The Council made the decision
after examining a report on the
problem prepared by a technical
committee which met last week at
the EEC headquarters. The de-
cision was regarded as unprece-
dented, the first time that the Com-
mphasiied that' the negotiations I mon Market will consider a corn
would nrobablv extend over a I merc.al agreement with a country
i-ngthy period.
since the formation of Euromart.
The decision was believed to be
in effect an act of political con-
cern by the six Euromart mem-
bers who took into account the
fact that Israel is politically and
economically isolated in the Arab
world, that Israel has its export
ties essentially with the six na-
tions, and that without some kind
Continued on Page 6-A
sistoire Iraelite. only four are still
here. These include Henri Gozlan,
who retains his post as municipal
veterinarian for the city of Algiers.
and Georges Moatti. who own- a
grocery store in an area inhabited
by Moslems.
Rabbi Gilbert Seror, one of the
four spiritual leaders still here,
showed the community's helpless-
ness as he presided over the
Rosh Hashona services. He tried
to preach what he called "encour-
agement and hope"but his ef-
forts were half-hearted.
Separated from their kin, so
many of whom had departed, the
Jews here are also separated in-
Continued on Page 11-A
Dr. Goldenberg advised the Ar-
gentine Jewish community that
although it was well-organized.
it was imperfectly prepared for
the abnormal times through
which Latin America is living
He noted that the anti-Semitic
process was prolonged and the
manifestations would not soon
subside. The community, he said.
Continued on Page 5-A
u
\Aott\ ^/Xipppur
What this holiest of the
Days of Awe means to you.
j See .
1 1,......! PAGE 10-A .; MM


Page 2-A
Kci
- -,
Nidra
;:'
>//
it
n
t/?f/j Yom Kippur Sunday E\ '^
...... <
Tiu
Day of Aton
- .
will ii ',
i >
the i
l h
sei f- tii .
bat i

Ro h '. .. Kippur.
Fridaj evenii i I Tem-
ple Beth Shirah, ''. >-" So Dixi
huy will be n I 8 15 p.m.
B i Morris A Skop's Iheme will
be Return to Whal and d
Saturday services at 10 30 a m., h
will speak on "The Life of Hosea
Yom Kippur services will be held
at the Cutler Ridge Community
Center 20239 So Dixie hwy., with
.. i

-


r 1 1 r "> r r t 11 t' .- T II C
"Remei
tin!:" will the ser non
Neilah services i
Rabbi Sk .. and Cantor t-,,nU.r Emanuel i
Herman K Gottlieb and an 18-
voice choir chanting the liturgical
portions of the liturgj Kol Nidre
services will be held Sun aj al 7
p.m. Sermon topic v ill be Whj
i.- it Difficult to Forgive?" Yom
Kipi wil start on Mon-
daj al 9 \l n w ith the Yizkor
sermon to be in "I irgetl ing to Re
member' Children service is
schedi p m.
T.-mple Judea rmo ave..
Coral l ili hold Fri la:
evei ii ser t 8:15 p.m., with
a sp< onj inducti
meml ..... nto the congre-
gation Rabbi Mi rdecai Podet's
ilif liturgit il p >ri
ices
Rabbi Max \ Lip '! --'
bj i anti r B
ai.d the choir undei
ul M ri m Doi
;i! eeth Torah Corc;regatioP
ei ing n -
Id at 6 i Davi son
Saturday mot
On Sundaj
egin at the 6 i n
.' u bi
sermon will be on "Returning to 01 ;_:!i > .-.
Fundamentals." During services
on Saturdaj morning at 10:30 ii m .
Rabbi Podi antor H. Rich-
: the I
- hed [ins at 7:4;
ii.- Torah r< idi in I
ard Brown will officiate at the Bar lne ,,.nn,,n .,- :
Mitzvah ol Irwin, son of Mr. and
Mrs Saul Parcus. Kol Nidre serv-
ice will be held on Sunday at 7 30
.
P
g Ri : for the Prn t
..:.. Yizkor
..dl be lu'ld .ii 11:3 n
p.m Yom Kippur services are \eilah al 1:30]
sceduled for Monday at 10 a.m., .._ ,,.- ,,,,. shofar al 6 15 p n
Friday evening services at P'ig-
ler-Granada Jewish Center, 50 NW
51st pi., "ill hold Frtdaj
services at 6:30 p.m. During Sal
ur aj morning services, beg
al 8:30 a.m., Rabbi I'.r- I R
I eld will officiate at the Bar Mitz
vah of Fred, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Abe Bloom, and Robert, s n ii Mi
and Mrs. Barry Clein. V m K
pur services will be usher I
on Sunday at 3 p.in ith '-.
at 6 p.m. Monday's schi
al 8:30 a.m and the rea ling I .
Torah at 10 30 a m. Rabbi I
fel sermon al 11 a.m. w .
"How Are You Yizkor v
.it 11 45 a m.. with '.. ling >:
the Shofar al 6 15 i> m.
"Justfce Vs. Coi
with Yizkor memorial services al
5:45 p.m. Children's services will
be held at '-' 30 p m.
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion, 14U1 NW 183rd st., will hold
Friday evening services at 8 15
p.in Rabbi Harold Richter's ser-
mon will be "Return, oh Israel."
During Saturday morning services.
beginning at 8:30 a.m., Kenneth,
son of Mr and Mr- Murray Kay,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah Kol
Nidre services will begin on Sun-
day at 5:30 p.m., with Rabbi Rich-
ter's sermon topic to be The Mel-
ody of the Victorious Monday
morning schedule starts at ":3o
a.m.. with Yizkor at 11:30 a.m
TENSE NERVOUS
HEADACHES
call for
STRONGER Yet SAFER
ANACIM
I Won't Upset The Stomach
Annc;;i& n >l Illy fivei ttronyer,
{alter reliei i of headache
ut Is also safer. Won't upset the
Stomach and ha? no Lad effect!. You
ee, Anaci.n is like p~e-
crip- n Thst :- Al icin contain!
not ju*t on- but a I aft'oii of
medically proven, active ingredient!.
Scientific reiei I" oved no
9tngl drug can ,: vt tiff yet
ucb safe relief as A:.acin Tablet*.
FOR RE\T
NEWLY DECORATED
AIR-CONDITIONED HALL
'for Weddings, Bar Mitivahs, Par
k ties, Meetings (Rooms and Hall)
Call the Israelite Center Ha
HI 6 6645
"s
-
5
. N
:
,W Yom
Kippur it 3 4
-
V Safe 1
'. : \ ':
'-'
p.m., y ser start
., at s a.m

be "If Not N
:
.
Tifet
-
-

-

-
Set n
-

al Tempie Be-h II, 135] -
- i I ")
a m. Y im Ki
tegins vith Kol N
t 8:15 p.m 3 r\ is M
begin at 11 i :i .
sen ice it 2:30 p.n
strvi< s sen
ices '
Dr Joseph R. Nai -
s al
l


Naiol
lies
- .,
ps at 1
\ r serv.c
,
ind Can

B:h Emelh Congregation,
\\\ :ul
it a is .'. hi
C Mil -ed on Fage 9-A
^
TERMITES
WORN ALL
YEAR

fe
i
'O
CONVENIENT LOCATION?
Right in the Heart of
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
letropolitan
Bank of miami
117 N.E. FIRST AVEMJI Ffl 1-S34I
Ready access to any
I Itestrvs deporfrrenr or any officer> H.p81.i
..federal no u"-e:e5sary waiting.., .,' nAKKI'
Oeposit insuranct Free parking, too. ,.L0,T0P
* of the Boorc
THE BEST WISH
FOR ISRAEL
AT THE NEW YEAR
is to make the Neqev Green
by buying Bonds.'
MAYSHiE FR.EDBEAG
I
BETH DIN OFFICE
RABBI Or!. TIBOR H. STERN
1061 Michigan Ave., Miami B"-arh
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
Complete end Dependable Title Service
MIAMI TITL
& Qtetmct Co,
36 YEARS OF TITLE ::-.. ZE IN TATE CCJNTY
ESCROWS
* ABSTRACTS
* TITLE INSURANCE
104 Northeast First Street
TefepfcoiM FRanklin 3-3-13T

PJtfSCR.'PTfON 0Pnci4Nj
FASHION ENTER
CF THE
largest Selection in Latest
Styles for Men a,,d Women
fKtl Vt- ,., kiu
(ONVfWtNl TO BUUS
728 LINCOLN ROAD
O.i the Aloll)
Phone JE 8-0749
OCUUSrS' PBIVR'PHOIIS flltJn
CONTACT LENSES
DAILY PICK-UPS TO NEW YORK
M. LIEBERMAN & SO^S
-. WW M.LIEBFRMA"
''_^^sJ^^* ooiiir.s.\ -
-i
STOR^E WARE-: *2f\,
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING TO A?.'D FROM
NEW JERSEY PHILADELPHIA BAL'IMCRt
ALBANY WASHINGTON BOSTON
PitOVIDcNCE ond all other points Weekly Service
fire Proof Constructed Storage Warehouse
1204 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Dial JE 8-8353
WE INSTALL
GLASS
i OH EVERY P9 RPOSE
SIORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS
Fwrnitur* Tops, Beveled Mirron ant
Htri.lvering Our Specialty
L & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS
136 S.W. 8th ST. Morris Orlin Phonr f* 1-13*3
*,J
INSURANCE-i
ONE STOP AGENCY
. JIWILRYFURSMISCILLANIOUS FlO*TII1
I AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMAI
Limit* t BMt or ne4l
Th. Aq.nc that CAN toy YES!
Ooa't let your agent My "It Caa't te Doao" ^^^
ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. n "ifi* "W

19tn and Alton Ho
MEMORIAL CHAPELS
l*.h i Alton Rd. MIAMI BEACM 1250 Normandy Dr
JE'f.-,ion 1-1151
Oou9li,Rd *ts W 17.hSt MIAMI HI 3-2121
I Di'ecic

'dl
PAMILV
TR.^DlTION
Based V?on
t,t.t,UCr II
TMUIt"""
MTl*rs*[>i
u,M Mem"' ;'"
Persons I- '
ind CJ-f W"


T:.day. October 5, 1962
jU*%i*lt fS>r rii ft fur
Page 3-A
SS Shalom, now being built in France, is the
new queen of the Zim Lines worldwide fleet.
The Shalom's maiden voyage will be tied in
with the official opening of the City of Miami's
Greater Miami Israel Assn. Given
SS Shalom Maiden Voyage Sponsorship
new seaport, details of which are to be work-
ed out by Zim officials here during the next
few weeks.
- By
Fccause of the "tremendous" re-
sponse to the 12-day 'Shalom
( ruise" sponsored by the Greater
: Israel Assn.. aboard the SS
Jerusalem on Nov. 8 to 20. the Jew.
community of Greater Miami
pnd the association have been
(1 exclusive sponsorship of
lh< maiden voyage of the SS
m from Miami next year
i uncement that the Greater
i Israel Assn., under the pres-
) of Miami Beach civic and
ius leader Maurice Revitz.
sponsor the maiden voyage or
SS Shalom was made Wednes-
y Yitzhak Gerstenhaber, vic
lent of the American-Israeli
ping Co. (Fla.).
N. v. being built in France, the
i queen of the Zim Lines fleet.
I SS Shalom will offer the high
standards of luxury, safety and
: \ice.
The 23,000-ton Shalom will *c-
rcmmodate 1,115 passengers. She
will have ten decks and be fully
; --conditioned and stabiliier-
equipped. Every stateroom will
'eature private facilities. Also
Jetured are three swimming
pools, gymnasium, steam baths,
-e-.r-is courts, 400-seat movie thea-
ter, synagogue, inter-denomina-
-*
Fete For Dover
Will be Hosted
David Schine
.'' i v '/.. Dover, Consul of Israel
1 the Southeastern United States.
nd the entire diplomatic and con-
Milar corps stationed in South Klor-
i( a. will be feted at a reception on
( Cl 15 at the Roney Plaza hotel
Mr and Mrs G. David Schine
i ther members of the Shine
family, one of the nation's forc-
-' hotel owners and operators.
will be hosts for the reception CO-
i ored by the Greater Miami
Israel Assn.
Maurice Revitz. president of the
t.-uup which is sponsoring a 12 day
"Shalom Cruise" to seven Carib-
l ean islands aboard the SS Jeru-
- lem. said invitations to the re-
ception will be mailed this week
t( outstanding community leaders
DOG RAW
EVERY NIGHT
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
NO MINORS
MCr/MOfC"0""
/JS t/i St
ijrt.28-Jan.12
tional chapel, closed circuit tele-
vision, radios and telephones in
every cabin.
Details of the maiden voyage,
which will he tied in with the of-
ficial opening of the City of Mi-
ami's huge new seaport, will be
worked out during the next few
weeks by Zim officials and officers
of the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
"We were approached by many
groups to sponsor the ma'den voy-
age, but the quality of leadership
of the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
has made our selection of a spon-
soring organization an excellent
one." Gerstenhaber asserted.
Further information may be se-
B-G Warns Nasser Israel
Will Meet Force With Force
JEUSALEM (JTA Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion warned)
he Arab world this week that if war is forced on Israel by miscalculat-
ing Arab leaders, "every one of us is ready to hit back, and w will do
everything so that the war will be waged on the attackers' territory
within a few days."
Replying to threats from Presi- "
dent Nasser of Egypt on the range
jf his new rockets, the Prime Min-
ister used a phrase from a popular
American song, "everything you
ean do, I can do better," in saying
that what Nasser could do with
missiles, "we can do with more
skill, ability and knowledge."
cured at the
coin rd.
Zim office. 407 Lin-
He made his strong statement
in an address at Sedjera, one of
the first Jewish settlements in the
lower Galilee, where the Prime
Minister himself worked 55 years
ago as a young immigrant to the
pre-state Jewish community in
Palestine. He asserted that Is-
rael's army was stronger than
those of the neighboring Arab
countries, but that it was doubt-
ful whether "there is one Arab
leader who appreciates this, and
who is therefore not planning to
attack Israel." For this reason,
he said, Israel "must maintain a
strong deterring army."
At a special meeting, the Cabinet
approved the appointment of Jos-
eph Almogi as Minister for Hous-
ing and Development to succeed
the late Dr. Giora Josepthal. The
new Housing Minister, who had
been Minister without Portfolio, is
;i leading member of the Mapai
party
'ponspm ^Sfc tpv inn
itabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
?45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
D)ade
AND
. .
progress report
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
SEPTEMBER 30, 1962
ASSETS
Cash On Hand ana
In Banks $ 5.329.514.23
United States
Govt. Bonds 15,749,653.40 $ 21,079.367.63
First Mortgage Loans..... 161,298,158.52
Federal Home Loan
Bank Stock ............. 2.275,000.00
Loans on Savings Accounts 569,412.58
Real Estate Owned....... 719.550.37
Buildings, Land
end Equipment .......... 5.239.375.21
Deferred Charges
and Other Assets........ 655,757.34
TOTAL ASSETS ...$191,836,621.65
LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts........$168,239,303.19
Advances From Federal
Home Loan Bank......... 3,500,000.00
Loans In Process......... 3.683,453.28
Escrow Funds............ 1.336,355.00
Other Liabilities
Income Collected
in Advance.....
t:7.l20.64
80I.9I2.4C
Surplus and Reserves...... I 3.658.477.14
TOTAL LIABILITIES
AND RESERVES .. .$191,836,621.65
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
; .-
i
fr^F m , iw'^
Em2k m (SSSBBt*"' -i^
Ml 111 1 Hi
little 1 UPTON
Asjmjnt to ibl
I'rtiiJtnl
iiomio Mil
Trtasurrr
MS IIUII
Cmir/l Ciuitstl
(MtllES Htm
Via-PnuJinl
JOSEPH M. UPTON
Priu Jmt
110 lOimSON
Via-PrtiiJal
ClCiCl 1 FtUi
Via-Pniulnl
SAMUIl IIMOH
Virulcr
Write your success story with Dade Federal SAVINGS
niuom i aumn
I*:.r FrinJinl
One or me Notion's
Oldest and Lorges/"
JZ)ade Federal
t/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI
4b
Savinjn accounts are injured
up to 110.OW by an agency
of the Federal Government.
(It is powible, however, to insure M\ ing
inuceaaof |1U,000)
lOStPH M IIP'ON Pieudtnl

PER ANNUM
Current Dividend Rate
PAYABLE &
COMPOUNDED
QUARTERLY
Open or odd to your Dode Federal
Savings account on or before
October 22nd. and begin coming
dividends from rte first.
5 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
Main Office Allapatteh Branch North Miami Branch Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch
1011 Flagler St. I 1400 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. 1901 S.W. 8th St 5800 N.W 7tn Ave.


Page 4-A
9-Jewish flcridfiar
Friday, October 5. 1962
Uewish Floridian
CFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street
Telephone FR 3-4605
Teletype Communications Miami TWX
MM 396
FRED K. SHOCKET..............Editor end Publisher
LIO MTNDLIN..............................Executive Editor
SILMA M. THOMPSON..........Asst. to Publisher
ISRAEL BUREAU
Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. Israel
RAY U. BINDER......._..............Correspondent
Published every Friday 1917 to JSSjJP*""
at 120 N.F.. Sixth Street. Miami 1. JJ"r>
lee. na-Class Postage Paid at Miami. Florida.
The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish1 Unl>- and
the Jewish Weekly. Member ofthe Jewts^ Ts efl apme
Agency. Seven Art. Feature y"Jlct. Worldwide NWJ
Se-vice. Nation.nl Editorial Assn *"'" ''"...
EnB sh-Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn.
The Jewish Floridian doi
dlM advertised li '-'
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
Local Area
C-eYear*5 00 Three Year, I COO
Out of Town Upon Request
Volume 35 Number 40
7 Tishri 5723
Friday. October 5. 1962
Yom
Eve 5723
Kippur
Sunday evening at sundown
marks the beginning of the ob-
servance of Yom Kippur the
Day of Atonement. Yom Kippur
falls ten days after Rosh Ha-
shona, the first of the High Holy
Days. The period between is
traditionally called the "Ten
Days of Penitence."
Kol Nidre, the opening prayer
cf the holiest of the Days of Awe,
is shrouded in mystery. Some
scholars have traced it to the era
of the Spanish Inguisition and
ihe Marranos those Jews who
outwardly rejected their faith but
who, in secret, vowed their ir-
revocable identification with Ju-
daism.
Thus Kol Nidre, meaning "all
our vows," came to be interp-
reted as the Jew's solemn testa-
ment an unbroken covenant
between himself and God a
denial of his open acceptance of
other religious beliefs in the
name of being spared from the
Inquisition.
Other scholars point to the
Jewish prohibition against taking oaths. For
them, Kol Nidre symbolizes diaspora Jewry's
compromise between Judaism and the individ-
ual Jew's need to adapt himself to the alien
world in which he lives and must survive.
On the eve of Yom Kippur, the Kol Nidre
prayer in this regard serves the purpose of re-
affirming the precepts of traditional Judaism
of spiritually releasing the Jew from such se-
cular vows that he has made during the pre-
ceding year and that involuntarily violate the
letter of traditional Jewish law.
Musicologists tend to deny the Manano
theory, indicating that the musical structural
of Kol Nidre is considerably older than the In-
quisition; while modern authorities in other
fields question the relationship between oaths
and traditional Judaism.
Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre,
the prayer sets the tone for the most awesome
of the Jewish Holy Days. On that day, the
"book" is "sealed." Man has cleansed himself
cf his past errors to the best of his ability, and
he looks forward to a year in which he will live
in peace and contentment.
We here add our voice to this prayer. We
hope the Hebrew Year 5723 will bring for Jew-
ry and humanity at large that security which
is the initial step toward spiritual fulfillment.
... and onUie Day of Wonemerrt H is sealed,
able pressure meaning American Jewry
and it will not be an ongoing thing.
To construe a fundamental foreign policy
change from this seems, at least at the mo-
ment, somewhat unrealistic.
Nevertheless, the hawk missiles should
serve to close the gap that Israel and Israel's
friends had begun to fear when Russian-made
armament, ranging from MIG fighters to mis-
siles, began pouring into Egyptian President
Nasser's arsenal.
No less an authority on the subject than
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion suggested this when,
during his recent Scandinavian tour, he re-
plied long distance to Nasser's threats of war
by declaring that Israel has modern weapons
of her own with the maximum capability cf
blunting these threats.
Mr. Ben-Gurion did not say so, but he un-
doubtedly meant the U.S. missiles now being
called up for service in Israel's defense forces.
Closing Aggressive Gaps
If it is not being overly optimistic, it is
certainly premature to cite as a "change in
heart" the U.S. decision to sell Hawk missiles
to Israel.
None of this should dissuade our gratitude
for the decision. It has certainly been a long
time coming, and it is welcome.
A Glowing Achievement
The Israel Bond Organization will be pay-
ing some S24 million to American investors
during the coming year on principal and inter-
est, representing the redemption of bonds pur-
chased on the occasion of the launching of the
first Independence Issue back in May. 1951.
This is a firm and well-anticipated answer
to the many pessimistic persons who predicted
less than success for the venture at the outset
12 years ago. It was said at the time by the
hopeful and the believing that Jewish interests
in pre-statehood Palestine never defaulted on
a single promise, and there was no reason to
But the State Department has already has
tened to assure its Arab friends that the De- beIieve Israel would be less than similarly
partment is not responsible for the sale an-
nounced so sensationally last week, and that
the arangements were forcibly imposed by
"higher authorities." In addition, the Depart-
ment observed:
The details have yet to be worked out.
scrupulous in her affairs.
The repayment bears out the faith by un-
told numbers of Israel Bond holders in a nation
reemerged in our time in a nation dedicated
to peace and progress.
Greater Miami has particular pride in the
,R,rst liquidation of the Independence Issue. For
one
The terms of the sale are far from agreed upon Miami's record in Israel Bond buvina is
- this with an eye toward suggesting to the oi the most vi s jn Qur Y 9
outraged Arabs that il all may fall through munity has indeed Qcne much J{> ^J^
cnyhow. fundamental purpose ci the Israel Bond Or-
The sale is a one-time deal in the pre- on the e< develc-rr.ent end
sumable form of U.S. acquiescence to iinbeca- Jewish Stele
during
s
Ihe week
as i see it
by LEO MINDUN
sity of Misslssppi chi
lenge to the integri,To/3
union of American states T
battle to retain rtfi?*
ticcs in the oatioi ,;2
school system *j*
announcement km JJS
Of the d(.c,.,, 7
rael with m>-
thete are intei elated
have their othi
" rate
firmly anchored in one of the most fascinatin
e challenge to Protestant asci
Si il i r is tln> so sectarian a consideration as om ., ,h
eve America, Itself, is a gig; ; lt e
ideals of the Protestant Reformat ion.
[ious instincts of the Pi
. fn their zealous fervor by the kind of Deist ,",h '
shunned the totalitarian approach to belief in God. or -.h
:; continent a nation conceived in spiritual impartiality.
To ;. large extent, one must thank this Revolutionary era pro.
testant orientation tor the religious freedom that has been r conn,
try's heritage an orientation determined to bring in n, (uHm
fruition the first cause of Martin Luther's ninety fiv. theses; no-
where else did the Reformation develop along such unselfish lines
and. as a matter of fact, in England, for example. Protestantism
under Cromwell seemed determined to outdo in social iniquities tin-
Roman citadel it had replaced.
GIN. WAlKlft SPIUS THf BtANS
THE CONFEDERACY'S BATTLE for the rights of thi h lividual
states was to a significant extent related to the agi i
supremacy in America; while the sanctity of the union, and
Lincoln's battle to preserve it. in no small manner alternal
I ested the inviolability of the universal, or catholic view
more than a play on words and concepts here; for the right I
self-determination will forever remain a shrine to the Deist
ant impulses of our Founding Fathers. On the other hand I
of the nation as a monolithic society, with widely-delegati
powers, inevitably conjures up the image of that for which
stood
Gov ROSS I'.arnett may not think in these terms today but it ii
clear that his anti-Negro actions are essentially a battle v ,.
the name of state's rights much as President Lincoln's phil
Emancipation Proclamation was merely an ancillary bem
struggle to assert the union's primacy over any of it> parts
The thinking patterns of a demented person, and whatever Gov.
Barnett may be he is not one such prove invaluable in tin- regard
What it might not occur to Gov. Barnett to say. or what he would
at least not say publicly, is that which former Maj. Gen Edwin
Walker found it easy to declare on Wednesday. His Freudian censor
mechanism attenuated, the General's subconscious openly supported
Gov. Barnett's one-man challenge to the priority of the federal gov-
ernment with the kind of venom that makes meaningful the Pro-
testant self-defense in our time:
'This day (President Kennedys decision to use troops to brin?
Gov Barnett to heeli is a disgrace ... a disgrace beyond the capacity
of the crucifixion by the anti-Christ conspirators of the Supreme
Court in their denial of prayer and their betrayal of a nation."
THI BATTlt UNIS AM DIFFESINT
TIED IN A neat package, here are the essential element- of the
Protestant struggle, which in terms of the values involved Uf-
gest other than spiritual things. For in the challenge to Protesl
ism lies more than what demented Walker naively suggests is the
threat from Rome. The challenge principally emphasizes the inor-
dinate growth of heavily-industrialized urban areas, particularly in
the North; the development of minority coalitions in these anas, in-
cluding Jews. Negroes, and Catholics; and their usurpation of the
role heretofore played by rural Protestantism as an arbiter of the
political destiny of the nation.
When Walker talks about anti-Christ jurists, he may have hys-
terical anti Semitic, anti Communist, or anti-Negro reference po"'
but, in fact, he comes closest in his ravings to suggesting whi
actually in the minds of the Gov. Barnctts among us. As their alter
ego, his free-wheeling personality is telling us about the fi rces moti-
vating the men who still dream of Protestant individualism, and
who still seek to assert it long after the 1861 -65 war between the
States has paved the way for the ascent to power of thi politically
and socially-underprivileged.
In this sense, neither is Lincoln's struggle over; the battle
remain drawn as they once were, for the minority coalitions and tat
centers ol population that spawn them seem principally lu exist '
day north of the Mason Dixon Line. Is it. then, the Confederacy ra-
the Union as before? Not really, for too many political proponenU
Ol Protestant supremacy in the South recognize the nature of 'he
struggle today. Unlike the Gen. Walkers among them, the)
>cem willing to bring down the house simply because the) disapprov*
of the redecorating scheme being imposed upon th< rooms the)
personally occupy.
KHPING THI SlATl CHAN
yHE SOUTHERN GOVERNORS conference at the Diplomat ho;.'
here several days ago tends to prove this pom' where no
less a staunch states Tighter than Ernest Vandiver. of Georgia, pre-
dicted dire consequences for Mississippi in the event Ross BaraW
remained recalcitrant to a bloodv beginning. Warnd Vandiver
Mississippi ". like every other state, must abide by the l* a
the decisions of the courts which directly affect them. We can noi
tolerate violence and disorder."
Has the Kingdom of Heaven came to earth? No but the
mtion of the realities of experience seems to be taking hold even in
Dixie And some of the realities include religion in the ->!l""'-f:"
missiles for Israel to both of which I previously alluded. '"
Protestant determination to keep Protestantism in the classroom
an adjunct to "Americanism" speaks logically and historical!)
Itself even if not legall) But what of missiles to Israel?
This i- simply the Kennedy debt incurred by the l''v-"len!'"
Paign of the summer of 1960 and paid on the eve of the N lV,m'
two ye.-,,-, later The nation's first Catholic I i
clean between himself and the m

litions in America exploding ui f!
l are thi I \
.......: us VOICS II.... -Cjue.iiNi" ..<
rn. entum of t


Friday, October 5. 1962
*Jewisti ilcridlicJiin
Page 5-A


Dedicate Emanu El Section at Mt. Nebo
~i's new city commissioner, Sidney M. Aionovitz (right).
is sworn into office Monday by Cleik Frank Correll. Arono-
was the unanimous choice of the commission to replace
Her.-y L. Balaban, who was appointed a Circuit Court Judge.
Aronovitz Takes Comniicsson Post
Si e> M Aronovitz, nephew of
forrr.' Miami Mayor Abe Arono-
viti aa sw >rn in Monday as Mi-
ami City C imraissioner.
A1 e same meeting. David T.
Kenn< y was named vice mayor
Aronovitz replaces Henry L. Bala-
han ; city commissioner, while
Kennedy assumed Balaban's old
post. Poth were unanimous choices,
of their colleagues.
Bait tail was appointed a Circuit
Court Judge, effective on Monday.
He Si ccee Is Judge Phillip H. Gold-
man, whom he defeated in last
May '.- general election. Goldman.
whose term was to last through
Jan '.. announced his resignation'
Bom< two weeks ago because he
was opposed to "lame duckism in
any form."
"I sincerely appreciate the
confidence the City Commission
has in me, and I hope future
events justify the appointment,"
the 42-year-old Aronovitz, a na-
tive of Key West, declared.
Temple Emanu-El, one of the
largest Conservative congregations'
In the South, with a membership
Of 1,100 families, will dedicate its
section in Mt. Nebo Cemetery on
Sunday at 11 a.m.
Dr Irving Lehrman, spiritual,
leader of Temple Emanu-El since
the days when the congregation!
was known as Miami Beach Jewish
Center, and minted on Euclid ave..
i will officiate at the dedication cere-
mony. 11- will i ii ited by Can-
tor Hirsch Adl
Temple Emanu-El is the only
ronqrc-at'On with a section in
Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Ml Hi 5515 v.v ird st.,
ized a*
the mo
erics in t ntr Its | irk-like
facilities, artfully landsi pi pr <
! vide er atmosphere for the
spiritual purpose-, making mean-
ingful the family estates, plots, an i
mausoleums at Mt, Nebo.
The congregation of Temple
Emanu-El is 21 years old. and Dr.
Lehrman will shortly be celebrat-
ing his 20th year as its spiritual
leader. The Temple's present site.
I at 1701 Washington ave., was con-
structed 13 years ago.
Dr. Lehrman is on the national
[board of directors of the American
Technion Society, of which he was
recently named a founder. He is
past president of the Travelers Aid
Society of Miami and the Rabbinic-
al Assn. of Greater Miami.
He is now working in conjunc-
tion with the American Jewish
Historical Center on a research
study of the early history of the
Jewish community in Florida. In
recognition of tlvs, as well as his
many contributions to the Amer-
ican Jewish scene, the commun-
ity is at present working to estab-
lish the Dr. Irving Lehrman
Chair in American Jewish His-
tory at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America.
Dr. Lehrman i 11 ml r of the
< Ivisory i Syna-
1' uncil ol A nerica, the
executi' the Flori-
Ai Leagu and
yi rs .- 1 m mber
1 rnor's Bi-Racial Com-
mit.
CR. IRVINC LEHRMAH
Argentine Jewry Alarmed By
Minimizing of Anti Semitism
An Army veteran of 38 months
in Europe, and recipient of the
Bronze Star and two battle ribbons,
Aronovitz began law practice with
his uncle's firm in 1946. This is'
his first public position.
Kennedy was elected a city com-
missioner at the age of 27. in No-
vember 1961, the youngest in Mi-
ami history. It was his initial at-
tempt for elective office.

Missiles One-Shot Deal
Continued from Page 1-A
I is, 1 I I six other Republican Senators issued a statement
<. .ng hi the Administration to follow up the sale of Hawk miss-
iles to Israel with American support of the Brazzaville group at
th< United Nations, favoring IN initiative for Arab-Israel peace.
The Senators cited the continued flow of Soviet jets and
rockets 10 the Arabs, and termed the Hawk decision an overdue
r<. gnition of a one-sided arms race. They said that recognition
01 : threat to Near Eastern peace made clear that the U.S.A. has
a responsibility to use its influence at the United Nations for a
res iution for direct Arab-Israel peace negotiations.
In additon to Sen. Dirksen. the Senators who issued the state-
men) were Prescott Bush, Connecticut; Clifford Case. New Jer-
S< : Jacob K. Javits. New York; Kenneth B Keating. New York;
Tb. nas H. Kuchel, California; and Hugh Scott. Pennsylvania.
Memorial Service
Set at Mt. Nebo
Special memorial services will
he held at Mount Nebo Cemetery
this Sunday.
The services will he held during
the day. prior to Kol Nidre. which
launches the Yom Kippur observ-
ance on Sunday evening.
Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way-
Jewish Center, will hold services
for his congregation at 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
officiate at a dedication of the
Temple section of Mt. Nebo
Cemetery at 11 a.m. This will be
followed by services at 11:30
a.m.
Rabbi Mayo- Abramowitz, of
Temple Menorah, w'll officiate for
members of his congregation at
12:30 p m.
At 1:30 p.m. Rabbi Mordecai
Podet will conduct the pre-Yom
Kippur memorial service for mem-
bers of Temple Judea.
The community is invited to take
part in these services. Mt. Nebo
is located at 5505 NW 3rd St., Mi-
a m i.
Continued from Page 1-A
had reacted to them emotionally,
rather than rationally and he said
that, under existing conditions,
the community must not rest.
The government announced Tues-
day the appointment of Carlos Al-
berto Muzzio, a retired Army col-
onel, as Chief of the Federal Po-
I lice. Col. Muzzio, who was direc-
! tor of prisons, succeeds Capt. En-
j rique Horacio Green, a naval of-
ficer, who failed to halt the anti-
Jewish incidents.
New anti-Jewish incidents were
reported as the government an-
nouncement was being made. The
newspaper La Razon reported from
Bahia Blanca that an unsuccessful
: bomb attempt had been made at
the Circulo Zionisa community cen-
ter there. The walls of the building
were smeared with swastikas and
anti-Jewish slogans.
President Joe Maria Guido of
Argentina offered a New Year's
greeting to the Jewish community
of Argentina in which he stressed
that his country respected human
dignity and barred social or relig
ious discrimination.
President Guido's message was
addressed to Dr. Goldenberg, cit-
ing the DAIA as representing "a
community which has contribut-
ed, by its noble and tenacious ef-
fort, to the progress of the na-
tion."
He said that "as President of a
nation traditionally practicing re
spect for human dignity and ex
eluding any racial, social or relig-
ious discrimination, I send a cor
dial greeting to the Jews of the
[ Argentine in this celebration of th.
Jewish New Year."
Mesivta High Meeting
Mesivta Senior High School was
to hold its first meeting at the new
site of the school. 1021 Biarritz
dr., Normandy Isle, on Thursday
at 8 p.m.


>

?
>
i
r
r

>

?

>
>

r


?
?
?

?

?
?
>


?
>
>

>
cordially invites you
to be present at
^JLjcdication *^5ervices
OF ITS NEW SECTION AT
JMoiint JNeLo
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1962
at 11:00 a.m.
CONSECRATION CEREMONY
JiJr. assisted by
Cantor Hirsch Adler
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites i/om to attend
Special Memorial Services
vonduvted bu
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Coral Way Jewish Center
Sunday, October 7, 10:30 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-El Dedication
Sunday, October 7, 11 a.m.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Temple Emanu-El 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.


Fage 6-A

Friday C
Metro Hospital Board Gives Cedars
The Ge-Ahead for Top Three Floors

i
500 patients
x-rays
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Savage receive from Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vi.z. of Temple Ner Tamid. the "deed" to a classroom which
they have endowed. Their four children have all attended
Temple Ner Tamid religious school. Looking on is Murray
A. Shaw, president of the congregation. ______
Israel Welcomes Possibility
Of Links With Euromat
Continued from Page 1-A
of commercial link, Israel would
run the risk of economical suffo-
cation.
It u as als ; the is-
sue ol tariffs in respect lo Israeli
products would be dealt with bj
the EEC Permanent Commission,
and thai the member countries!
would deal individually with the
prol lems of a commercial agree-
ment with Israel.
It was learned in Paris thai the
French delegation t<> Euromart will
pros the i ther five delegations to
help protect Israel from the severe
e< omic crisis looming from
European economic integration
The- French stand will be ipp irted
by the West German delegation, it
reported in Pi
: economic
.......
- me of
the '-t important achievements
f( r Israel nol onlj for sh >rl term
i but also for Ion term devel-
opment ol the cur. imy.
The officials pointed out that
talks will have to take place with
each countrj separately on special
tariff arrangements for Israeli
,oods and that 150 separate com-
modities were involved. They also
emphasized that while Britain is
.-till the largest purchaser ol Is-
raeli citrus fruits and Israeli pro-
ucts an si i ly tin ing markets
in Afro-Asian countries, Europe is
>;ill the most import ion for
Israeli economi tivit both
buyinj
i |
b> the Metropolitan Dade County
" 1|K'
compli pperthrei
ol Cedars ol L banon Hospil
was announced by Stanley (
Myers, chairman of Cedars board
ol trustees
Signed bj Michael Shores,
man ol the group, the endorsement
carries the approval ol the boar i
ol county commissioners of Da le
county, and was given in connec-
tion with Official Resolution No.
7221.
Construction of the top three
floors will add 174 beds o the
six-story institution which open-
ed its doors on Nov. 19, 1961 and
has been operating at maximum
or near-maximum capacity since
then.
Without the new fa< ilil i
i, to meet the de-
fer bed in the en-
ths : I
Myers an
i

gravated
i
neec's an
in Dado >> unt>."
Also concurr i the critical
listed in the i '
Dr. Kermit A Gates, lirector of
the Department ol Hospitals foi
Dade County
Saul Myers Cedars is a non-
profit, 108-bed facility, serving all
n sidents, ol race, relig-
ion, or economic status With suf-
ficient community support, we can
boost our capacity to 282 be Is
Star of David
Slates Services
President Samuel T. Sa-iro
who is hospitalized as the resuM
of 3 recent automobile accident,
lauded th- vision and coopera-
tion" of the Metro board, and
their auproval of the resolution.
"Now we car. reopen our cam-
paign for funds immediately," he
sad.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is
located at 1321 NW Uth si in Mi-,
proce lur< -
ies ,
eludes : 6
::;,; em ployees :
An imp rt
ing program Is .
a cardiac treatn
area on the fourtl
known as the A \
orial Pavilion, in
former Mayor [ "..
Link Abduction
To Negotiations
MUNICH (JTA) Inter]
the Inl ice Or iniza-
lion reported that H :
serv-
-
the West
perl
\ I thai
1 I

UreJ
... er\ ision ol

Dr anager
West German Institute for
Propulsion Physics at Stutt
of Missile Man
With Israel
: an Prof Euger S
that Institute,
had hea ed tl

Egypt \ >ec n
Pilz. I
K .]
-
ih In
: '
Dr. K
ihe on i

m He had also, i

Dr Kru f<
ed ih..i her husb ind h
f# You'll find complete
Havs **> > facilities to exectly a:sfy
Business Meeting, #fr your needs in.the Kismet,
Banquet, OF ^ Aladdin, Scheherazade end
Special Occasion
^ ftubaiyat Rooms, be it for
jfc wedding or a private party I
I
- will
Sin
id Mi -' 77th

K
Y.m 1
-
VIord
- -
is
Ten pie
I at St a
it 1 p m
At -' p m Rabbi Samuel M
v ill officiate for membei
pi" B
It I hi

ear Intormallsnt
HAZEL ALLISON
CATERING D'5E"OK
JE 1-6061
Ih St. Collins *.
Justice Goldberg Tckes Bench
Continued 'rim Page 1-A
tl

I '
ret
have a truly luxurious
wedding | fashion show I I banquet
Of ih.
txciting
Seville
..... "' IWej, experienced management
e' i ou for much less
Htan you could Remember
l for ID or 1,000-
ritious easel
KOSHER CATER'NG AVA'LABlE
CAU tSTlLlt POLAK: JE 2 2511
OCEAN FRONT. 29th TO 30th STREET3,
jfeS
Ml AM
For Very Special Occasions
THE
womat
COUNTRY CLUB'S
CALCUTTA ROOM
Just imapino having the entire Diplomat Country Club, v
exclusively for weddings, parties or special dinners! Cat......
facilities for groups of 100-300 avail:,
There's no other room quite like the Cal R
area! Unlimited free parking.
For callFR1- M '.orWA 111 /;
HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA
M^ / x //i y ^O X
For Pegant Function*.
Complete Catering Facilities for that
6secial Parly served In superb fashion
Within a luxurious selling that
Wil' reflect your good taste,
CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS WEDDINGS
BANQUETS MEETINGS PARTIES
A TiU-.if.Me or a gala celebration
with 3.500 guests.
" "J K img Available
EAUVILLE
B'--'-00'.09'N0, E>eutl* Food Director
Oti THI OCtAN AT 7tH fTKIIT. ****** mm*CH


Friday. October 5, 19G2
'
Page 7-A
,
Missiles Mean U.S. Policy Change
cl Hawk
firsl
n S such American i
l
< s'.i

-
.


to cei ve"
the "fle i Ai ab, usi ig the
n i-c of "t i throu; h
-
lEsing plai the oodwiil i
I by I Miami Israi
::.. are Mayo- Ksnn^th Oka I M :;
M v Iz, of T< pie M
SS P< durinq a recep; vhich
ponsored by 1
I plans : :
['ion.
Israeli Technicians To Train Here
I effort* n en
best I
securii

neei > .''* n*l guidance
llists with ski IIS in place-
lechr r >m into a pr?p-
cr ,-r advantageous job situa-
'ion. '
' -
Te h
i
ptei Mortoi R

.
iel's lar is
ted to
res
The c< it tea c i Tach-
iori on llie-job training commit-
includes *op educators er.gi-
| \ ..:'-
...! i ol -

....

s at
.-.-
-
-
"i e< I. ii<;,-. ;< o' A.
I i of the Hawk w:II
t to the L es to

nitsiia Thi I Israeli r.e-

s "ce then been doi s U.S.
officials indicated.
.
...
,
- I '
ii
S t I een
i '..
it i ..

tates.
..... arms,
' eq
spcrt.ii
c missiles ',
with i
-
<
.
"AW'AV IM'^S
Rates and Information
For Official
1633 COLLINS AVENUE, M'AMI BEACH
Phone JE 23336
*
GOURTRy CLU
cruises
3f#a
,1 ^^
- -
'- -.*>
lO
\,s *,t0uP
MIAMI
,C At*-*3"*'
' 4100 "9
' S370 i

Ca
ABOARD THE LARGEST.
FASTEST. NEWEST & MOST
LUXURIOUS TRANS-ATLANTIC
CRUISE SHIP
SAILING FROM
V S j ,, | ;
Did lant-troi
8% ...
trans Ai I
f. Ii Cm
FifeCocmailPatvr Di
Free Deck Ct>air< k Cl
Geurmel ttiJitj b* Frencti.
IM m S'ii Cbtls!
10VJ
RtftS
10

Before
seeyci ran

. | -



s. hui

11 > -
, ; /.'., {/. II '.
i that Is-

i the si
3h.-na
-
-


: -i 'i
icid ap
.1 that
; 'ed that
I to the
iffor of 1
n the I niti -1 I
*e ne
strong-
-
p of 1
e that Xas
lirei
."i h
: comment was with- er than [sra
... thai both attack on Israel,
ncl
-
. ... .\,
esider.1 ai
The Nassi
States
ections

Cairo Radio charged that Mr
Ken.-edy repreier,;ed American
capitalist policy and its interests
in the Middle East" and th.it th-
C5
ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS
SHERATON
HOraCONFlKM
i
Qj||er -. 975 Arthur C Rd.
-t 40, Phone JE 1-1195 John E. Lenard
'HORIZED AG EN I
ZIM LINTS
GEORGE KRONENGOi-D TRAVEL SERVICE
540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD. MIAMI BEACH
IT'S DONE VIA
RESERVmON
SHERATONS EXCLUSIVE
F.IEC'TKOMC CPMl'HT.lU
Just call PLaza 10961.
SHERATON HOTELS
TWVaHIOJ^^^ edit
SHAW TlAVa
mw
\
ONLY 2 HRS. AWAY BY
CALL ANYTIME FOR RESERVATIONS
GROUP RATES ORGANIZATION FUND-RAISING PLANS
i FR 1-4802
* WORLD'S FASTEST. SAFEST
PASSENGER BOATS
* AMERICAN FLAGSHIPS
* BRAND NEW VESSELS
* SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED
FOR GULFSTREAM
* RADAR. WIP TO SHOI|E
RADIO
* -OM TIME" SCHEDULE
* DUTY-FREE SHOPPING
* FREE LAYOVER PRIVILEGE
* GUARANTEED: A SMOOTHER
CROSSING AND MORE TIME
ON RIMINI THAN YOU GET
WITH ANY OTHER BOAT CO.
50
ROUND Tfi'lP
Brpart Miami or Miami Beach
C of C Docks Dul'ont Plata
Miami Beack Contor. Miami
FLORIDA BAHAMAS LINES
Dupont Plaa Hotel FR 1-1436
Cruise.. NASSAU
From MIAMI via AIR-CONDITIONED
S/S FLORIDA
ALL FIRST-CLASS STATEROOMS
DELUXE BEDROOMS AND SUITES AVAILABLE
EXCLUSIVE "QUICKIE" $J1 Ji
2-DAY DAYLIGHT CRUISES *HI
A fall oay and fuller night in Nassau lor sightseeing, shopping,
entertainmentand an unforgettable day and night al sea!
Captain's cocktail party, 6 delicious meals, midmgl-.:
free deck chairs, games, dancing, movies, duty-frie shop-
ping aboard! Sailing Tuesdays.
From MIAMI (3:00 P.M.): SEPT. S. 11,18, 25;
OCT. 2,16, 23; NOV.27; DEC.4,11.
NEW GALA
4-DAY BARGAIN CRUISES

$54 o$5950
' .
:
I

:


-o -V*
ECIAL4 L.ISESI

uO


STEAMSHIP CO.
i-iv N.t. 1st $;., Miami, rK -<-ioU4


Pcqe 8-A
vjenist ffrridtiar
Friday, Octcbe: S
!:62
IN CONJUNCTION WITH U. OF M.
Arts and Letters Men
To Get Bond A wards
tin S Ixi
Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami.
week announced the creation
new award to be presented to
of letters, arts and science
i: Florida who have made a dis-
I ncl contribution to the cultural
f Israel "
The awards will be made at the
Israel Festival of the Arts
r i I the State of Israel Bond
. rganization on Sunday, Oct. 28. a:
Um Fontainebleau hotel.
Dr. Stanford serves as chairman
ef the board of selections, com-
priced cf distinguished civic and
cultural leaders, who will aid in
rh selection of the honorees
Serving as co-chairman with Dr.
Stanford are J. Neville McArthur
nd Samuel Friediand, who is also
chairman of 'he Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization.
Dr. Stanford said that the awards
vould be made to men like Robert
Frost, Philip Wylie, Leonard Rose.
Sean Joseph Weil and others who
''have served our state and coun-
try and have had a cultural in-
fluence upon the new State of Is-
r: el "
Nominations for the awards were
r,:ade by a committee of university
fi culty members hea ed by Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president.
; r.d including Dr. Berthold Friedl.
Dr. Bryce Ryan. Dr. Fabien Sevit-
Bky, Dr. C. Dorean Tharp. and Dr
K Paul Yonk.
Dr. Stanford said that in subse-
quent years it was planned to make
the Awards on a national basis
Those named by Dr. Stanford for
the board ol selections include C
C Atkins, James M Albert, Sidnej
D. Ansin. Many 11. Bassett, Sam
BI: k, Ben Blum. William i: rn
stein, Shepard Broad, Roscoe Brun-
stetter. Jack A. Cantor. Jack Car-
|ner, Edward S. Christiansen. Lon
Worth Crow. George Coury, Gard-
ner Cowles, Dr. Harold E. Davis
Jose A. Ferre. A. C. Fine. Ben-
jamin Frankenstein. Paul R Gor-
don. I W Green. William A. Han-
ger. A. J Harris. Isadore Hecht.
Howard Kane. Jack Katzman.
I James I Keller. Jr.. Samuel Kip-
. nis. Jay I. Kislak. James L. Knight.
David J. Light, Joseph M. Lipton.
Sam Luby. Daniel J. Mahoney.
Hoko T. .Maroon. Mrs L. J Mc-
Caffrey, Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers. Donald
K. Miller. A. J. Molasky,
Emil Morton. Stanley C. Myers.
Max Orovitz. Jack S. Popick. Maur-
ice Revitz. Jacob Rifkin, Leonard
Rosen. Sam H. Rost. Dan B. Rusk-
in, Samuel T. Sapiro. Jacob Sher,
Fred K. Shochet. William D. Sing-
er. Fred Somerstein. Ben Smart-
ing. Charles L. Sykes. Harold Thur-
man. John B. Turner. Nat Wald-
man, Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz.
Louis E Wolfson and Mitchell Wolf-
son.
n
Members of the committee for the Dinner of Tribute honoring
James M. Albert chat with Rabbi Leon Kronish about plans
for the event to take place Sunday evening, Oct. 14. at Doral
Country Club. From left are Judge Philip Schlissel, Louis F.
Snetman and Rabbi Kronish. Albert will be honored for h:s
service to Temple Beth Sholom. the community of Greater
Miami, and State of Israel.
Committee Named for Hecht Tribute;
Leading Personalities to Attend Dinner
One of Israel's greatest heroes
of the War of Liberation, and not-
ed statesman. Gen Yigal Alton,
will come to Miami to join in hon-
oring James M. Albert, president
of Temple Beth Sholom. at a din-
ner Sunday, (let. 14. at the Doral
Country Club.
II. Levy, M
dg, Ml
Lowe, Mr and Mn
Mr. and Mrs Soli
Mi and Mn n. \\
Mats, Mr and Mm
riti. Mr and Mn H
Mr. .in.l Mis Irvlnt i
and Mis a .i Mom
Mr and Mi Mori" : \i
Florence Nadli i \i
Newman, "Ml and M
baum, Mas or ai Mi
Mis Selma I Iritt, M
Pnskow, Mis Ha r
Mn Davltl t> I hIIm
Pollock, Mr
Ponvi Mr and Mr*
Mr .t ml Mi .- I
Mrs 1 111.11, .; i
Mi- v lexan lor K
Ml .,:
Ml rn M
l i
ilri Irving i:.
Mi \le*n i:
.'
,1 nml Mr*
Mi
Vli
, lohl
, -'ii s iwiniii Mi
IhI
Mi an I M -
Mi and Mi*. Cl
Mr* Vllck SI
Mi
....
\ itii.. Stein, M
Steri Ml i Mr*
Mi ami Mn II
vViuti
A Hi Mr h
Mi mil Mi* I
Mr* Sin n W
llan>ld Zln
i
Mr.
- Mn
i


-
Lon Worth Crow, chairman of the University of Miami cit-
izen's advisory board, Jack S. Popick, chairman of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond board of directors, and Dr. Henry King
Stanford, president of the University of Miami, discuss the
Miami-Israel cultural awards to be presented at the Festival
:: the Arts Dinner on Oct. 28. Presentation of the cwards to
.". or.crees who have made distinct contributions to the cul-
ture of Isrcel will be one part of the elaborate Festival of the
Arts dinner held under auspices of the Sponsors of Israel c:
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization.
Gen. Allon was the founder of
Israel's commando organii
the Palmach. and is currentlj Min-
ister of Labor.
Dinner chairman, Isadore
Hecht, said that plans for the din-
ner were being completed this
week, with the participation of
many distinguished citizens and
representatives of leading organi-
zations and institutions in which
Albert has had a principal role.
Serving with Hecht on the dinner
committee are Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom; Jack A Cantor, hon-
orary dinner chairman and Florida
State chairman for the State of Is-
rael Bond*; Frank Kamen, Maury
S. Olinick and Louis F Snetman.
vice presidents ol the Temple;
Mrs. Louis F Snetman, president
of the Sisterhood; and Dr Harr>
E Wolk. presidi nl
hood.
\ v v ,
Ell*" '.
'. i|i,
SUli
-
'
Mr*
Ml mil Mi Mi ;
. With n ll l '..i ks
Mr- i !., r.i l nni r Mi and M -
- : Mr and Mrs l>a-
Mi Mien \ l '-
d Mr*. Me>ei nats. Mi n
Mrs | ii i Kll. Mr and Mr* li |ih
H B|it< li m and Mi Morrl* Palk.
Mr* i'. ill K i k. M Ma
\ l ln<
Mr* In '' Kin Mr and
I ,n,t Mr*
-
M n M's
, J i
i Ml
M.. I II. Uonloi
.: : ....
an I Mr* I Vri i
I--, in
I (I reell
M Mi R
i
H
I Mrs
Hn .' li vina
K Ml
Mi Km k< M
Mr* Tom C K .,.. Mr* Inei M
I M I i
ranp, I*r .1 \l i !.- M ,'ii Mi
Mr* i -. M ... \ .. |i ...i
Mr* Sam I I \ ni
and M- ll-- mai \ I....... h,
< :apitoi.
IIOIll
NOW UNL! -
NEW MANAGE VENT
A Centrally located
Hotel
328 N. Miami Ave.
Phone FR 1-9389
Ml AM I
a happy ne,\ .ea%
to all our friends -\j
acquaintances
Mr. and M-s.
Saul Greiff & Family
9001 Bird Rear!
GREETINGS TO ALL
FROM
BILL-JACK-HERMAN
and MORRIS
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phont FR 4-4174
SINCERE GOOD WISHES
The Holiday
DADE UNDERWRITERS
INSURANCE AGENCY
RALPH D. HOLLANDER
901 N.E. 125th Street
SAVOY HOTEL
"Open Year Around"
ALL OUTSIDE ROOMS
DOWNTOWN
HOMELIKE
252 NW 2nd Street
Phjn. FR 4-8662
GRHTINCS
BELLE'S BEAUTY SALON
'Look Best *f ttilt'sT
4087 E. 8th AVENUE
HIAIEAH
OX 1-8744
kit Conditioned
TC ALL
GREETINGS
JONAS .1.
HIIOTMAX
430 SEYBOLD BLDG.
MIAMI FLA.
New Year Greetings tc ~
Lang's
Service
COMPIfTf AUTO RlPAift SERVICE
"Hydremalic" Transmission!
Repaired
427 S.W. 8th STREET
Phone FR 4-3960
A Quarter of a Century
Same Location
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STYLE 'N TREND BEAUTY SALON
7279 CORAL WAY Phone 2:t-6662
Home Loans Apartment Loans
COMMERCIAL AND
MORTGAGE LOANS
TO BUILD # TO REFINANCE TO l-Y
LOW INTEREST RATES FREE INSPECTIONS
R, K. COOPER, Inc.
27:3 PON'TE DE LEON BOULEVARD
Phone HI 4-4611 Corel Gables, : 1
"-: A >EAR GREETINGS
J. W. EWALT KENNEL
Racing a- Eiscayne and Flagler Dec Trad
Miami, Florida
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
JUDGE FRANCIS J. CHRIST 11


rriday. October 5, 1962
#**# Ftmrrrfliimtf
Page 9-A
/To/ iV/Wre 1^/7/ Zaunc/, Kb/77 ft/pur
Kahbi Lowy's K<>1 Nidre services on Sunday ai 7
'Testament of p.m.; "Toward your Temple?"
Continued frcm Page 2-A
day at 8:15 p.m.
Yon Kippur services will start on *er""?n wi" bl' on
Sunday at 6 p.m.. with Rabbi Sim- ReU*ioul Freedom
and on Mon- Yom Kippur morning, Monday,
. April delivering the Kol Nidre j, y' ?0;15 :,.m his topic-will 9:45 a.m.: "Toward Life?" for the
,ermon at 6:30 p.m. Services on V :ind Dl'e^ Humility." Yizkor sermon. Cantor David Con-
Monday will be at 8:30 a.m.. with ..fP"" luaUll"c the service viaer and the adult and professional
yizkor at noon. Cantor Hvman lay rea 1 in will chant the liturgical por- mon* service by Nathan Kemp- musical portions on all adult serv-
of all services. ,u'r ,tarl Lipton, Jack Kirschbaum. ices. The children's choir will join
Friday evening services at Con. Sff^.l^J1*??: Alyin *": him :" "'',' children's Yom Kippur
negation Yehudah Moshe,
who will speak on the meaning of
, ,, Hii' holiday in their personal lives
Dixie hwywil be held at 8:15 A cant0rial solo will be presented
aturday services ached- by <,,., ,,., Ga!e. Sp,a, (.lr|.
1 dren's service will be held at
for !t a.m. Rabbi
vvitz will officiate al all serv-
es with Cantor Maurice \'eu and
choir chanting the liturgy. Yom
.; will be ushered in on Sun-
..> ui t> p.m., with the chanting
the Kol Nidre. On Monday,
.-{rvices will start at 8:30 a.m., and
ntinue until sundown. Following
.irvices the Sisterhood, under the
pervision of Mrs. Fred Blank.
. -ident, will sponsor a "Break-
Ihi Fast" repast in I'opiel Hall.
Temple Emanu-EI, 1701 Wash-
1:30
p ni conducted by the confirma-
tion class ol 1963. Vein Kippur
service will continue with Yizkor
hour at 2 p m
Ri gular Friday evening services
II be held lit Cs.-.cjregaiion Bsth
Ei, 50Q SW 17th ave al 5 15 p.m.;
&i d on Saturi ij i: 30 a.m. Rab-
Solon Schiff's mo ning ser
iron will be "Return Ye to the
Yi in Kippur s< n
gton ave.. will hold regular Fri- Meanin
memorial services at 4 p.m. Musi- Brl wllh Ko] vi ,,. Sund
cal responses will be given by 5,1:, p.m. Sermon topic will be
Cantor Gale and the Temple choir. -K, 1 Nidre-The Call to Faith '
diicted by l!> Fried, organist. Monday morning services start al
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, 8 1 in., with Rabbi Schiff's Yizkor
7801 Carlyle ave.. will hold Friday memorial sermon on "An [Sternal
evening services at (> p.m. During Memory." Junior congregational
Saturday morning services, starting services are schedule; for 11 am
at 8 30 a in Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever Free nursery service [or children
I pnach on "RepentanceIts from 2 to g is available while par-
evening services at 6 p.m.
During Saturday morning services,
.t 9 a.m.. Dr. Irving Lehrman.
. ssisted by Cantor Hirsch Adler
nd the choir, will officiate at the
in Jewish Philosophy." ents are at prayer.
Yom Kippur will be ushered in on
Sunday with Kol Nidre service at
5:30 p 111 Sermon topic will be
"Atonement and Survival." Before
Yizkor. Rabbi Ever will discuss
1 ar Mitzvah of Adriennc. daughter "Making our Memorial Meaning-
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Abram
>on; the Bar Mitzvah of Alan, son
Mr and Mrs, Theodore Kipnis;
nd at 6 p.m.. Steven, son of Mr
i.nd Mrs Herbert Kern. All Yom
ppur services will be held in the
1 Beach Auditorium starting
Sunday, with Kol Nidre serv
al 7 p.m. Dr. Lehrman will
rca h, and Cantor Adler will chant
liturgy, accompanied by the
ir under the direction of Mrs.
nee Goldring Services on
y will begin at 9 a.m.. with
r at 11 a.m. Children's
vices will be in the auditorium
I p 111 with a Yom Kippur can
[1 atured. Dr. Lehrman will
the Neilah prayers.
Regular Friday services at Tern-
pit Ner Tamid, 79th st. and Carlyle
:w will be held at 6:15 p.m.. with
lay morning services slated
Coral Way Jewish Cer.ter, 8755
SW ititli st., will hold regular Fri-
day evening and Saturday morning
services at 5:45 p m. and 8:45 a.m..
with Rabbi Samuel April officiat-
ing and Cantor Gershon Levin
Kol Nidre
services will begin on Sunday at
5:45 p.m.. with the sermon on
"'The Parents Proclaim: 'Ingrati-
tude, Dishonor'." "The Children
Exclaim: Gratitude But Guilt
Laden'," will he Rabbi April's ser-
mon on Monday morning during
Yom Kippur services which are
slated to start at 8 am
Rabbi Morton Malavskv will of-
mon topic will be "Penitence: Can ficate at all service- at the Israelite
Yen Change?" observance of Yom Center, :ii75 s\v 25th St., beginning
Kippur will begin with the Kol Friday at 6:30 p.m.. and Saturday
Nidre service on Sunday at 6 p.m. 8:30 a.m. Kol Nidre services oil
Rabbi Machtei will speak on "Four Sunday at 5:15 p.m. will include a
Step- in Atonement." Services on sermon on "How About Our Sins'"
Sunday will start at 9 a.m., with On Monday. Yim Kippur services
Memorial services at 10:30 a.m.. will starl at 7:30 a.m.. with Rabbi
and the sermon on "Death, a Mi-- Malax sky's sermon topic "Is It Too
Late?" Yizkor will be held at
11:30 a.m. Cantor Louis Cohen will
chant the musical portion of all.
fUl." Cantor Zvi H. Marbcin will chanting the liturgy
chant the musical portions of the
Yom Kippur services.
"Penitence: What Does God Ex-
pect?" will be Rabbi S. Max Mach-
tei s sermon at Temple B'nai Shol-
om, 168UU NW 22nd ave.. Opa-locka.
Friday evening. 8:30 p.m. Sister-
hood will host the Oneg Shabbat
following the services. On Satur-
day morning. 9:30 a.m.. the ser-
nonier
Weekend services will start at
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
8 45 a.m. Rabbi Eugene La bo- 990 NE 171st st.. on Saturday morn- services. Junior services will he
will speak on "Taking Inven- jng at 9 am Rabbi Sherwin Staub- held on Monday at 11 a.m.. in the
ry of Our Lives" during Kol er's sermon will be "Meaning of social hall under the direction of
-.rvices on Sunday starting ; Tcshuvah." Kol Nidre services are Ronald Katz. youth director.
6 p.m. On Monday morning, at slated for Sunday at 5:15 p.m.. with Regular Friday evening services.
Yom Kippur services will j the sermon topic on "Broken Vows, 815 p.m., at Temple Zamora, 44
at 8 a.m. with Yizkor at 10:30
and the sermon topic, "We
Hack with Regret." At 3:30
a special Mincha service will
conducted by Harry Holtzman
Jerry Sail. Cantor Saul H.
eech will chant the musical por-
' all services
Promises and Committments."
Vcni Kippur observance will be
held on Monday at 8:30 a.m with
Yizkor at 11 a.m. Rabbi Stauber
will speak on "Memories of the
Past, and Dream.-, of the Future."
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
ave., Miami Beach, will hold regu-
lar Friday evening services at 8:15
p m. During Saturday morning
-.rvices. scheduled to start at 10:45
a.m., Rabbi Leon Kronish will of-
ficate at Ihe Bar Mitzvah ol Lewis
son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Marl
Terry, will observe his Bar Taking for hiN theme "Whai is
Yom Kippur services yrur Ittitud Rabbi Kronish will
'-m with Kol Nidre on Sun speak on "Toward Faith'' during
' i Daniel Lowy will preach
The Added Soul" during Fri-
evening services ;it Temple
'> of North Dade. 1480 \K lLMrd
8 15 p.m On Saturday, n
Matthew, son of Dr and Mrs
TWIX riTY GLASS CO.
GUARANTEED MIRRORS STORl WONTS fURNITURf TOPS
ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE-SILVERING
AUTO CLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT
1220 16tli Street, M.B. Closed Soturdoys Tel. JE 8-6141
"Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers'
ANOTHER LOCATION FOB YOUR CONVENIENCE
C0ULT0N BROS
p.m.,
Zamora ave., will include the ser-
mon. "Ask Thy Father and He
Shall Declare Into Thee." On j
Saturday morning. 8:15 a.m.. Rab-
bi Hershel Brooks will speak on i
"He Made Him Ride on the High1
Places of the Earth." Kol Nidre
services will be held on Sunday
al <; p m Sermon topic will be
"Three Places of Judaism." Mon-
day morning services start at 8
am., with Rabbi Brook.-' sermon
on "You and Yours are His" at
a in., followed by Yizkor at
l! a m ami Musaf at 11:30 a.m.
Musical portion "t all programs
v. i:! be c hante bj Cantor Ben Zvi
Ask the Rabbi" =ession will
follow regular Friday evening serv-
ces, 8 10 p.m., at Temple Beth
Am. 5950 \ Ki lall dr So Mi
. mi. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
ffic iate and Canter Charles Kod
ner will tl anl thi musical portions
:: services Sunday evening Kol
Continued en Page 12-A
"AfT"
"MAUKf "NAT" T0UI TEXACO B0YI
Coral Way & S.W. 27th Avt.
840 S.W. 8th St.
RENT A C iff
from $2.50 per d iy
116 per vrk .v liars*
AB0TT MOTORS, Inc.
1451 W. FLAGLER ST.
Phone FR 3 0326
Private Pool
Beach and
Cahana Colony
HOTEL
At 24Hi ST.. MIAMI BEACH
TffAYAtORE
^ Write ^ Air Conditioned Rooms
X for \ Private Beach and Pool
X Information X # Parking or. Premieee ^, ^Bk
V and \ e Cocktail Lounge V J
X Reaervation. X Dinln8 Room ^J
^ *-ai^i-i^ii^^ Pntortain-. nt
One Block to Temple Zion
3-Bedrms, 2 Baths, Fla. Rm Cor
porte, Tile Roof, Hardwood Floors,
Kitchn turn., 222' Fenced Lot,
Sprinkler System. Vacant, move
right in. Owner FR 3-3304.
JE 1-0331
Daily
Per Pert.
Dble. Occ
HYPNOTISM
Combats bod habits; Smoking;
Drinking; Insomnia; Female Disor.
derj; Comn-leies; Nervous Tensions:
Impotrncv; Allerqies; Fears; ate.
HYPNOTHERAPY CLINIC
24 S.W. 42nd Av. HI 88033
NORTON TIRE CO.
MAIN STORE: 5300 N.W. 27th Ave.
OPEN 24 HOURS and ALL DAY SUNDAY
VISIT OUR NtW
WEST HOLLYWOOD STORE
AT 6017 HOLLYWOOD BLVD.
More Rubber on Ihe Edges
where the wear is. Premium BFG
rubber, deeper tread than ordinary
recaps or so-called "bargain"
tires.
Same proven Iread design as new
B F. Goodrich lires on new cars.
Quality and Service Guaranteed.
You get new tire protection for
your cor.
EXCEPTIONAL LOW PRICI
For Premium Quality Rubber
$795
7
ISOill klickwall. plus III lit lie -.!
It tut ill yom or tr ice 11 H.
ALL SIZES
AT LOW,
LOW PRICES!
FREE MOUNTING
ALL TIRES SALE PRICED!
FREE FAST MOUNTING
OPEN A NORTON CHARGE
ACCOUNT. ITS GOOD
FOR A LIFETIME!
SHOCK ABSORBERS
77
90-Day FREE Trial
Delco Superide Shocks
Extra strong for longer wear
Positive anti-leak sealing
7
EACH
INSTALLED
15
CONVENIENT
LOCATIONS
5300 N.W. 27th Ave.
Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday
* MIAMI
5300 N.W.
27th Ave.
* S00 West
Flatter St.
715 N.W. 2 Ave.
Open till 8 P.M.
6779 S W.
8th St.
M0 6-9733
SOUTH MIAMI
5930 South
Ditie Hwy.
KEY WEST
540
Sreen St.
HALLANDALE
29 North
Diiie Hwy.
HOMESTEAD
30100 South
Federal Hwy.
MIAMI BEACH
1454
Alton Road
HOLLYWOOD
203 South
Federal Hwy.
NORTH MIAMI
13380 N.W.
* 7th Avt.
YV
HOLLYWOOD
* 8017
Hollywood
Boulevard at
State Road rl
YU 70450
Ft. Lauderdale
k 1580 South
Federal Hwy.
JA 5 3136
3705 South
Oavie Blvd.
2832 West
Broward Blvd.


Fe 10-A
dfiSr?
Friday, October 5
1962
Racist Youth
Need Learning
By WAX LERNER
A Time When We Must Talk to God >
it .'. \
< !. '
I
i
i .
'.
i
i
<
e has l of his s]
i
( OIK
< Soul s. The South* rn govi rnor.s ci i
in Florid) i Barnetl Excepl for Go\ .Pal
Lerson of Alabi I Go\ Faubus of Arkansas thej made it clear
olic ol his own. Ii in lhal go\
i r*s i !. as in a ci stle,
ici r. is .. ,'*'.' i moral isolation.

In a few years Barnett's name will have been forgotten, but for a
1 ace in th< political sun. Before the
tl
i : nvei sations with Barnett. But thi >
had i to show that he was bowing
irtyr's crown with a
5 as era oppy as it was
i ie hand (he saidi he must presen | eaee i
e insist) hav< bet -v. i led bj
and our with the fair
f the iron heel ol otic
* t so I would sound like the musical comi (
, things ter. The only diffi renci b<
i ther members of thi White Cit /<" Couni -
i s is thai ts in the goi ernoi cl
i than they. 1 -
e not for I students
c

I* was the rioting of the students that formed the miserable pay-
, nch
i True, the} were led b} the would
i \\ ilker, who i penanci
i l Little Rock, and who now inci
I harge against the Army he
c
W ; leadership v I e wi re
i strain in the students to which h<
I : the political attitudes of
nor to the waving of Confi
\. ich has be* om< I ri I I itility. I am talk
i rii ting a< ainsl the I S marsl i
i President of the U.S and his familv
istem :
t| talk v as thi I appeal
to the student* I President ended, !!< might as well
have a mob ol hov kuren r< a
. t it could not d pi i ir hatn d.

Who and whet was it that produced this mob of racist youth on an
, is Whi and who fi ts v tth
i.
t that ii t the 1 ty. most hoi ould
i ;. mbi li< i isti ati
,. | ;:,. .. h ther southen ci Phe stu
, ts were doubtless expressu lat theii familii fei I, hi
I sion.
the point f i ni\ it} is that it sh< il I be a subculture
wj. er culture are subji cted to reason and
cnticisi ri out the student ri< ts was that the}
, ;., [ississippi will have t<> depend in fut in
the n ind it can develop,
all was tin' failure of the liberalism and hu-
, Ityhowever muc nor little there mas
I itto gel acn -- to the stui mi part of their
i ,:;, mind I eeling that this is a failure not onl} ol
i | iole conception ol college tea< I
' .. | xhe that the most crucial thing he
i ts i- his vision of lifi
oft n, ii to transmit this, he
l<
HOTEl PERSOI NIL
SPECIALIST
1690 Alton Road
Fhcne JE 4-4741
MIAMI BEACH
Mi. and Mrs. Joseph P.'rdo
and children Michele Alissa,
.an

Ki. -v Year
CHEER'S
MASSAGE STUDIO


1456 V. ashington Ave.
,imi Beach
Ph. 532-3763
By MEIR CHARNIAK
are the mos

11 :'.
:
. '
met I
' -
the pas
I
-
-
it thi Il '

and in Hi!.- aci mnl
'thi Days i ; Awe bi
I syi e than I
home This, of course, is equal-
lj tnic today, hut Ihi ovci w helm-
i} was e\ > "
i o ii the begii
i i the : th until Rosh
,,;, the ?hami les makes the
tly I pound i 1
shutters f i ach h use and
Il :: 5, I UP I
' Thi

w arm covei s, and
boys s, dress, and
I
of re pei i -
...
y there is less
tev- i s- '
sol
Force of the Ho'idav
..- i a
I pirit
fervor of thi
all Jews i the s
were i the force i I
Vnd I
lj ol God was the mi
most i '
i K rotz.
H
"At Si Year i
tl
i
everyi ee him, evi
is own ii.
teepii
in the soi .-<
i '
DELIAS
IIKAB'TY
SALO>
REE PARI NG
1834 NW 36th STREET
NE 4-4663

ui:m:>s
BAKERY
THE LIEFEN BROS.
772 NW lSJrd STREET
NA 1-3870
T!- TIIIES

1:1.
With VOJ c Happy, Hcalihy V_
Morris N
\k Mr. I
v.m. i |"5;
and Son ,) IJg'j
i
even -
-
then befi islet


: day ol
- r

Meaning of Life
urope
::...\ e past. Ina?
hold
.- '. :: even if wi
areas,
r lovely i
n the S Hi ''. est. Fi iVesI
Soul threi
year Ii i
., j, tend the s}
only oi ...
Yom Kippu e th -
over-sir
es .stress the I
las \ \ re l
he J
which

re-
ii
;i
a
that it i
i the
\ lithei ..-1
.

y Land.
:
...

entui
i erned with m
God; iii a word
ship to an \
i s touch
el we i
' I

I, r. It I

ur In



nd the s> na
tries it t
ervi thi '
na and Y
me when i
sooner oi
Vnd this .- tl
: i new ii- im<'
e ai
a

i
.
-


h: da
BEE TV
TV-Hi-Fi-Sfereo
COLOR Ah
BLACK S WHITE
ALL '. ES
ZENITH Authorized So
PHILCO Factor/-Supervised
Set\ it
...
PL 4-8407
If No Ans. PL 4-5811
399 N.E. 7? ST.

Wishes
HUDSON SERVICE
;es Tire Re:

ESoC^'ES
AD SEP
d General Rej
Phone NE 5-2212 and NE 4-4939
1135 N.W. 36th Street Miami 37 Florida
AY HU
* :- Most Happy New Ye
L & M. AUTO AUCTION
GEORGE DENNIS AUCTIONEER
543 NW 36th STREET
Ph. 751-4509
GREETINGS

l 11 .'.'ears Lev .
ASPHALT MATERIAL CO.
V. VUXED /
1030 NW 57th Avenuo MO 7-25
P.O. Box 44-003-Miami, FI
^ AY PHOTO ENGRAVING CO., II
1152 NE 1st AVENUE MIAMI FI 1-2765


Friday October 5. 1962
// T'- f -
!
Hawk Missile Sale ta Israel
Stirs Comment at UNatlons
Lions with light bulbs are knocking on doors throughout Dade
county, asking residents to "Save Sight Buy Light." Pic-
tured (left to right) are B. Cleman. West Miami Lions; Dr. Le-
roy Diamond, secretary, South Florida Lions Eye Bank, and
.-er of North Miami Beach Club; Sidney Lewis, co-chair-
i the :ounty-wide sale, and member of the Southwest
'_ : i Wolfe, member, North Bay Village Club. They
nong 1 Lions, m mbera of 36 clubs, conducting their
iht bulb sale now through Oct. 14 to raise
toi ht conservation and other community service
Angry Student Crowd Breaks Up
Mos/ey Lecture at State Univ.
ti.
Ccntir.3 from Page 1-A
told reporters that "I have never
been ami am not an anti-Semite.
I've rewir attacked any man's
race birth or religion." Then he
adcie.-;: "Jewish interests were
to get us into a war
with Germany, not in a British
bu- a Jewish quarrel. He said
among the "remarkable things"
accomplished was that "he
the unemployment prob-
li
'
Jc
h sterica :
V
i power, he
I
: rsl I :
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Dear Run TU 8-4521
* MUNS, Co Own.r
of speakers on a program organiz-
ed i>y the Students Association to
provide students presentations of
;ill shades of political opinion. Stu-
dent Association officials defended
their choice of Moslej with the
assertion ii was "very difficult" to
find a Fascist who would
"dispassionate" analysis of that
idcolo
App:
i \ oki d test R( p. Sey-
Y i. R
L'.S In misr

of I hi
ud

'
1 ly policy, l
bar thi Fi si isi
Tiferelh- Israel Dance
Tifereth Israel Congregation will
n om Kippur dance in the
: hall VIond ij evening, Re-
hments v\ ill be served.
UNITED .\Allo\s JTA)
The decision ol the United States
to -. .1 Hawk missiles to Israel creat-
ed the biggesl sensation ai the
United Nations this week since the
current General Assembly began,
The majority of Western coun-
tries, Latin American, Asian and
African- approve I of the sale, but .
some delegates were concerned i
over what they termed "expansion |
of the arms escalation" in the Mid-
dle Bast.
One ranking Western delegate,
who asked that his name not be
used, said the United States had
to take 'he action to give Israel
the necessary deterrent, but it
would have been better if the
United States and the Soviet
Union had been able to agree on
stepping the whole arms race in
the area.
One delegate was willing to be
quoted by name. He was Ahmed
Sliukairy, of Saudi Arabia, a prin-
cipal spokesman for anti-Israel sen-
timents of the Arab bloc at the
United Nation- He said the de-
cision \ as "sheer hypocrisy." The
i nited state-, he said, talked about
disarmament at the IN "and at
Ihi -.mie time" gives Israel arm-.
The Conference of President- of
Major Jewish Organizations, in a
telegram to Secretary of Slate
: Dean Rusk, lauded this week the
decision to sell Hawk missiles to
Israel.
The telegram said that "The Gov-
ernment's decision to sell Israel
short-range defensive missiles will
be welcomed by .ill American citi-
zens who are concerned with peace
UNIQUE!
MAGNIFIQUE!
MUMUM
Jews in Algeria
Have Sad Holiday
Continued from Page 1-A
cal j
'
in Jev


Vmei .i..
a l\ e '
is, cultural, re i
e, are doi
or non existent Li aders of the
community said toda> that, after
Yom Kippur, thej plan on taking
d census of the Jews still remain-
ing here and in the rest of the,
country, On the basis of thi-'
count, they hope to develop some
sort of program of relief, religious
revival and cultural rebirth.
JARpT
SUISSE
RONEV PLAZA MOTEL
23rd Strel and Collins Avenue
M f'r.L
Holiday Greetings
DEAN'S FAMOUS
WAFFLE SHOP & STEAK HOUSE
COFFEE LIKE MOTHER TRIED TO MAKE
3600 Coral Way Phone HI 6-9264
New Sea
OPEN 24 HOURS
Pre-Yom Kippvr Dance
B'nai B'i..... Singles is
, il club
over 32 on
ng at the Shelborne
hotel. The organization, for bust-
n, 55 anc| pi ,iie--. ..! men and
women, i- celebra ing its sixth year
ffers a variety of programs
to its members.
K^S CAFETERIA
DINNER SPECIALS
1.10
YOU CAN PAY MORI
BUT YOU CAN'T IAT
BETTER THAN AT
ST. CLAIRS CAFETERIAS
* Bi.CJ.jni '' 127,h iXnA
CATERING for BAR
MITZVAHS & WEDDINGS
THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
Jg 8-5401
and stability in the Middle K i
It will prevent a i n ei is imbal-
ance of power resulting trom the
flow of arms into the Arab states.
and tin ir a. gressive use against Is-
rael."
The telegram, which was signed
by Rabbi Irving Miller, chairman
ol the 18-member conference, add-
ed "I pray that this constructive
measure on your part will contri-
bute toward the maintenance of
peace in the Middle East and
throughout the world."
JUDGE lOU/S UVINTHAL
Judge Levinthal To be Feted Here
-in Ige Louis E. Levinthal, newly-
ele< ted chairman of the n itional
I oai I ol go\ rnors of the Hi
University, will be the honored
er sp -ii n : by the
Ameri 5 of I
University on Nov. 3.
When Jack s Popick, chairman
ol the South Florida Division of the
American ; in u/a h
. recently, he i tel with
Levinthal to discuss Hebrew Uni-
versity's dr-t event of the
year, which will take place at the
Fontaii
At the reception preceding the
dinner, many colleagues and
friends of the noted jurist will
have an opportunity to chat with
him about his new impressions
gaired during the past four-
months in Israel from which he
has just returned.
"A man of wide interests, with
a deep-seated sense of public re-
sponsibility and an unshakable de-
votion t.< the Jewish people, Judge
Levinthal has lutstanding
both to America an
rael," Popick declar
He has
: n, hi
i.i lb-.


y of A
ii wish Educ ition He holds i
rom 1
and Je rish Thi I ii
- aU i
lipsky to Get
ZCA Medallion
By Special Repirt
NEW Yi iRKLouis Li] in
.-. .
been chos |
Id Medallion :' 1
Zionist Organization of An i
d each year to an indi\ -i
have rendered tl I
- ling sen ice to the cau
ng to an ann
ment b; Dr M \ Nussbaum i .
of the ZOA
c\ti.m:\tal
DINING ROOM
5 0"'v 'Shomer Shabbot"
-_: RESTAURANT
8393 B!~0 RO.. Miomi 226 7--t
/continental:-".
5 caterers


r
LIMITED NO. OF OCEANFRONT & OCEANVlEW
CORNER ROOMS'
$r50
J
O-.ie-
Dly. per pers.
Dbl. Occ.
12 of 105 Rms.
CCT9. -DEC. 17
Oc; 11
Strictly' M KOSHER MEALS INCLUDED
AND ALL THIS FREE:
21" TV & Rodio in each room
Self Parking adjoins Hotel
lounges & Mats Orange Juice
Daily Entertainment Nightly &
many other fentu'^s.
i Ri Evil
PremiMi

CJtt A8C GF/TER ] 4-2? II
CENTRALLY HEATED & AIR COND ilnd. Ctit.J PRIVATE BEACH I POOt
SAND-ELLI^J 5r CATERING
8/> ..- 7446 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH
r Bar MitzvahsWeddings-Parlies
At Your Home. Synagogue or at the
Crystal Room of the Lombardy Hotel
Under Supervision of Catering Manager
Sol Weiss UN 6-5278 Lester Siegel Wl 5-4084
Our Kashruth is Always Under Strict SuDerv'sion
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and PONT
*H*^ KOSHEI CATERERS
I'm m from hori d'oeuvres fa a complete biff if
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Under the Supervision of the U.K.A.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS RECEPTIONS


Pag 12-A
* Jewish fhridliniri
Friday. October 5. 1962


Kol Nidre Will Launch Yom Kippur
Continued from Page 9-A
Nidre services are at 7:30 p.m.
Monday schedule for adults and
10th graders is at '.0 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. The nursery lounge will be
the site of services for 7th. 8th and
9th grade students. A family serv-
ice for parents and children of all
iges "ill be on Monday at 2 p.m.
Memorial services are 3:30 p.m.,
with Neilah at 4r30 p m
"'Conquest of Fear" will be Ral bi
Tibur Stern's sermon topic al Beth
Jacob, 301-311 Washington ave at
Saturday m irnii
services al
services will be u I on Si
*> p.m. During M in la)
services, slated to be^in at 8 a.m..
Rabbi Stern's sermon will be "Mir-
ror of Life." Yizkor services will
be at 11 a.m., and Neilah at 5 p m.
Musical portion of all services will
be chanted by Cantor Maurice
Mamches,
Rabbi Nathan Zv itman will of-
ficiate and Cantor Jack Lerner
will chant the liturgical portion of
all services al Timple Tifereth
Jicob, :).")i Flamingo Way. Hialeah,
starting on Friday al 8 15 p.m..
- mon will be "Pui
mei for 'i hines We 11
norning
9 < Serm will
the Waj -
N'i Ire
services will be held on Sunday at
6 p.m an dRabbi Zwitman's topic
| will be "Write Me as One Who
Loves His Fellow Men." The Yom
Kippur sermon will be 'Dust Thou
Art. to Dust Reuirnet.Y Was Not
Spoken of the Soul Services be-
gin at 8:30 a.m.. with Yizkor
scheduled tor noon.
Temple Beth
Dixie buy., will
ing sen ices at
Shiran, 11539 So.
ho
Id Friday even-
X 15 p m R ibbi
We Must Learn io Feel
Anew the Wonder of God
By DR. HERBERT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
Leaders in Judaism today will
reluctantly admit that Jewish wor-
ship is confined to the High Holi-
days, so far as the majority of the
Jews are concerned. The family
trip to the synagogue at this sea-
son has taken on the character of
an annual pilgrimage to a foreign
and exotic region wherein the spirit
ol Hod is supposed to be viewed.
Jews come to the synagogue, satis-
fy themselves that God is still safe-
ly there, and proceed in their ways,
unchanged and untouched by their
experience.
What has come of the old Jew-
ish notion that God is to be wor-
shipped regularly, every day, every
Sabbath, in every deed, in every
place? Ancient Judaism differed
radically from the pagan religions
in that it taught the dynamic con-
tinuity of the religious experience
Judaism alone taught that God re-
news the world every day, that the
miracle of creation takes place every moment. The pagans taught that
unless human beings performed certain magical seasonal rites, the gods
would not perform their creative acts, necessary for human existence, i
Judaism rose above the need for seasonal rites and emphasized the
nee' for a continuing association between man and God.
All of the hectic activity around the synagogue at this Holy Day sea-
son highlights the sickness of our modern expression of Judaism. It
is a sickness which affects Orthodox. Conservative, and Reform Jews.
How apt is the expression "holiday seats." which most congregations
imploy? We are selling "seats" for the spectators who come to watch
from a distance a drama in which they no longer participate Those
few congregations which refuse to sell "seats'" and insist that a wor-
shipper become a member have taken one step forward, but most so-
called 'members" come to a synagogue only as chauffeurs for their
children.
What is the solution'.' We have to learn to experience again the
"wonder (awe) of God," the infinite power flowing within us and all
around us. We have to come to feel with the 18th century Hasidim
that prayer is the longing of the divine within us to join with its source.
We have to feel, with the Hasidim. that we must join ourselves to an-
other person, to other people, in order to become complete. We must
recognize our relation to all that lives, and we must feel the magnetic
forces pulling us together. These forces operate continuously. They
do not awake only on the occasion of the High Holidays.
RABBI HERBERT BAUMGARD
. synagogue chauffers
Sit p's tdi in will be "Re-
n Whal '" His sermon dur-
Satui ... services to rl
10:30 a.i vill bi
Kol Nidr rvices will
held Sunday i r p.m.,
i tl Cutler Ri
enter. : So Dixie hwj Ra
:- i! Diffi-
! : Mondaj morn'
i m
mqn w ill be "Forgetting to Re-
member." Yizkor will be al noon.
and Neilah al ."> pm. Cantor Her-
man Gottlieb will chanl the musi-
i al portion of all services,
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will preach
at all services at Temple Zion, 5720
SW 17th st. with Cantor Seymour
llinkes chanting the liturgical por-
tions of the programs. Services
are scheduled on Friday at 6 p.m..
Saturday morning at 9 a.m., and
Kol Nidre on Sunday at 5:45 p.m
Monday services will start at 8.
am., with Yizkor slated at 10:30
a.m.
Friday evening services at the
Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pinetree
dr.. will start at 6 p.m.. and on Sat-
urday at 7:30 a.m. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross will officiate at all
services, and his sermon on Sun-
day will be "Eternity of the Jew"
during Kol Nidre. which starts at
6 p.m. Monday morning services
are slated for 8 a.m., with the ser-,
mon to be on "Shortcuts to Juda-
ism." Yizkor will be at 10:30 a.m..
and Neilah at 4:45 p.m.
Evening services at 6 p.m. will
be held in the Chapel of Beth David,
2fi25 SW 3rd ave., on Friday, and
in the main sanctuary on Saturday.
9 a.m. During the morning serv-
ice, Bas Mitzvah of Nora, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman,
will be observed, with Rabbi Nor-
man N. Shapiro officiating. Can-
tor William W. Lipson will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
Kol Nidre in Sunday will be held
at 5 45 p.m. Monday morning
services will begin at 8 a.m., with
the sermon to be delivered at 11:30
a.m Yizkor follows at noon, and
Neilah at 4:45 p.m.
Beth Israel Congregation, 711 -
40th St., will hold Friday evening
rvices at 5:50 p. m.. and Saturday
morning at 9 a.m. Kol Nidre is
slated for 5:45 p.m.. Sunday, with
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman's sermon
on "Man and his Divine
ial Yizkor ser\ ices u ill be
VI .-. at 8 tn Sermon
will be Broken Tablets and
, the Sanctuary." Neilah is at s .
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan will
on "Consecrating Ourselves" Ft
day evening at Tmple Adath Y."
'nuruA, 1025 NE "Miami Garder.
:No. Miami Beach. Fifty nev
bers of the Temple will !
crated during the 8:15 p.m
j ice. Cantor Morris Bei
chant the liturgy. Saturdaj
I ices begin at 9 a.m. with II
mon on "Repentance for
Kol Nidre services are sli I
Sunday, at 5:45 p.m.. with
('.".plan delivering ., sermon
"What is my Identificatioi
' Yom Kippur sermon durii
ices Monday, at 8 a.m., wi]
the Sha I Yizk.-
Continued on P?c-e 13.4
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
WAMi S.EXCC'USIVE Iff- CH Cl v
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE COMPANY
EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP
FOR tl
STAR GRANITE
We ipecialiie in building Jew-
ish Monuments Our work
is Guaranteed*.
MARKERS $30
2' X V x 4"
Includes Name, Date and Delivery
to Cemetery ON 3 DAYS NOTICE
CARIBBEAN
MARBLE CO., INC.
7232 SW 42nd Street
MO 1-4055
CANTOR MAX SACKS
Well Known Cantor
of Indianapolis, Indiana
will conduct
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES
October 7th and 8th
at
THE MINYONAIRES
3737 BIRD ROAD, Miami
____Telephone 446-2181
UNO 'ViMMUNIlt MAOSOmiV
' loi intnmijfiei MtT 1-7693
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
Greater Miami's largest & Oldest
Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew A Sunday Schools.
Wholesale A Retail
ISRAUi GlfTS AND NOVEirifS
417 Washington Ave. Jt 1-9017
r,f',,,'''',rV''l',f''l",F,,rTV?TV'?'a*WVTWffTv?^
ft -^^^ ^^
ft ft2tkS'A^^\
M
> ''
? U i Mf>HM
? fl VrJlYMItAl. J
? i^iisMdfc
laHHnaa^^.
ft - ^^*^ ,
;w -
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
N.W 25th Street at 103rd Avenua
invites you to attend
SPECIAL MEMORIAL SERVICES
conducted by RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH will chant the liturgy
AT THE GROUNDS OF TEMPLE NER TAMIO
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1962
>
i
i
*
4
4
4
t

*
4
4
4
4
.A
You are invited to
Break Fast
and Hear
BLESSINGS AND BLOWING OF THE SHOFAR
FROM JERUSALEM
Brought to you by Phone and Record
at
Temple Tifereth Jacob
951 Flamingo Way Miami Springs-Hialeah
YOM KIPPUR NIGHT
MONDAY, OCT. 8, at 7 P.M.
RABBI NATHAN H. ZWITMAN
PRESIDENT SAMUEL SEIDLE
GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS
(Jewish Division at)
THURMOND MONUMENT CO.
INVITES YOU TO VISIT THtlB SHOWROOMS AMD DISPLAY
100* fOR
TWO-STOW
WHITE BUILDING
MAY Wf StKVl
YOU AS Wt HAVt
SO MANY OTHERS
3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614 HI 42157
MtMOmiS Of BIAUTY DIGNITY AND PCRMANINCY
v r
Miami Hebrew Book Store
ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS
Hebrew Religious Supplies tor
Synagogues. Schools &. Private Use
1585 WASHINGTON AVE.
Miami Beach JE 8-3840
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fl.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
FUNERAL DIRECTOB
Wf SPECIALIZE in
CONDOLENCE
BASKETS
From $7.50 We Deliver
FRUIT CIRCUS
1789 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 |


Friday. October 5, 1962
Jewisti florid inn
Page 13-A
Economics Course Offered
A ten-lesson discussion course on
today's economic problems, includ-
ing taxes, inflation, housing, and
the business cycle, is being olfcred
at Temple Ner Tamid. with Ray-
mond Abrams as instructor. First
in the scries began Monday even-
ing. The fundamental economics
course is parl of the Henry George
School curriculum ir. N<
City,
High Holy Day choir at Beth Torah Congre-
gation includes these members. Left to right
oeqinning with front row) are Howard Stein,
Sidney Levine, Joe Schweitzer, Morris Tenen-
raum, Marvin Feld, Herman Hamburg, Rabbi
Max Lipschitz, Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum,
Mrs. Bernard Fleissig, Mrs. Simon Ball, Mrs.
Daniel Abramowitz, Mrs. Joseph Solomon.
Mrs. Martin Braterman, Mrs. Jerome Brunner,
and Mrs. Jack Donnerstag.
V 9
Yom Kippur Opens Sunday
Continued from Page 12-A
lemorial service will be at 11:30
Neilah is at 5 p.m.. and Sho-
; 6:30 p.m.
Services will be held at Kneseth
rael, 1415 Euclid ave on Friday
: at 5:45 p.m.. and Saturday
8:30 a.m. Rabbi David Lehr-
lld's morning sermon will be
|iihbath of Repentance." During
nday services, Kol Nidre. at 5:40
P., topic of the sermon will be
ir light Before the Eternal."
Jrning services at 8 a.m., on Mon-
will be followed by Yizkor.
htor Abraham Seif will chant the
Irgica] portion of all services.
labbi Mayer Abramowilz will of-
|ate and deliver the sermon at
services in Temple Menonh,
75th st., with Cantor Edward
Jin chanting the liturgical por-
\s, assisted by the Temple choir
er the direction of Eli Samuels.
prday morning services, sched-
uled for 9 a.m., will include the
Mar Milzvah of Howard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Hammer. Kol
Nidre services in Sunday will be
held at 6 p.m.. with Yom Kippur.
starting on Monday at 8 a.m.. to
include a sermon followed by Yiz-
kor memorial services. Services
for children from 7 to 12 will take
place in the main Temple on Mon-
day at 4 p.m. Teen-age services
will be held in the social hall on
Kol Nidre evening and in the chapel
on Yom Kippur.
Regular Friday evening and Sat-
urday morning services at Beth
Tfilh, 935 Euclid ave.. will be held
at 5:45 p.m. and 8:30 a.m., with
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky's morning
sermon scheduled for 10 a. m. Kol
Nidre services on Sunday will be
held at 5:30 p.m., and Monday
morning services, to start at 7 a.m.,
will include Yizkor at 10:30 a.m.
Rabbi Maurice Klein will offic-
"tate Dep't. Urges Continued
\id to Arabs Despite Boycott
I iate at all weekend services at
Southwest Jewish Center, 6438 SW
8th St., starting on Friday at 6 p.m.
and Saturday at 9 a.m. Yom Kip-
; pur will start on Sunday at 6 p.m..
and continue Monday at 8 a.m.
Beth Raphael, 139 NW 3rd ave..
will hold regular Friday services
at 6 p.m.. and Saturday morning
at 8 a.m.. with Rabbi Murray
Alstet officiating. Kol Nidre will
he held on Sunday at 5:45 p.m.
Mondays schedule starts at 8
a.m., with Yizkor slated for 11:30
a.m.. and Neilah at 4:30 p.m.
Congregation Anshe Ernes, 2533
SW 19th ave., will hold Kol Nidre
services on Sunday at 5:45 p.m.
' Yizkor services will be at 1 p.m..
I on Monday. Rabbi Nathan Sfard
I will conduct all services, and his
I sermon on Monday will be "Return
to God. Return to True Happiness."
Rabbi Phineas WeDerman will of-
ficiate at services at Ohev Shalom,
911 Normandy dr., with Cantor
Abraham Stein chanting the musi-
cal portio nof the liturgy. Fri-
day evening services at 5.45 p.m.,
and Saturday morning services.
8:45 a.m.. will be held in the syna-
gogue. Sunday Kol Nidre services
at 5:45 p.m., and the Monday serv-
ice will take place at 1133 Nor-
mandy dr. Services on Monday
start at 8 a.m. Torah reading is
si 10:30 a.m.. and Yizkor at 11:15.
Continued from Page 1-A
I to be more difficulties and
re disadvantages than there
advantages." He said there
been "some indication of
lingnesi on the part of the
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGFO
needs for its
THRIFT SHOP
your furniture, clothing,
nens, dishes, drapes, etc.
proieedi go lowardi lupport of
I Horn*. You may contribute, take
p deduction or wa will pay caah
' unit. Ramambar wa ara NOT
profit-making organisation We
i helping your community to kaep
dignity. By helping othera you
helping yourielfl Manufacturer*
I jobbersrememberw* can uao
your jutcaatt er mitfita.
Pease call us for early
pick-up.
THE JEWISH HOME
FOR THE AGED
THRIFT SHOP
7331 N.W. 27th Avenue
Ph. 696-2101
Closed Saturdays
United Arab Republic to put the
Israeli question in the icebox for
some time. This does not solve
it, but at least puts it back so it
is not a day-to-day irritant in their
relations."
He reported that the State De-
partment, to lift anti-Jewish meas-
ures affecting Americans, was
working very quietly "with one or
iwo of the Arab states."
William S. Gaud. Assistant Ad
ministrator of the U.S. Agency for
International Development, gave
the Executive Department view on
the various anti-bias measures in-
corporated into foreign aid bills by
Congress. He said that denial of
aid on this basis "might prove
counterproductive and further lim-
it any useful role which we can
play in these conflicts. These dis-
putes require the balm of time,
patience, and persuasion." he
stressed.
He also testified that America
must plan development loans for
Israel. He explained that Israel
faces a sharp reduction in repara-
tions and restitution payments from
Germany and needs a "continued
large inflow of capital to sustain
its high rate of investment."
TtjGUST BROS RV
'* re .,,. AF \r'
is thv flf.ir
YOU GET MORE CALLS
. WHIN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
We 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
ROOF LEAK?
CALL
VICTOR C]\N
Let us repair it or apply
a new one. Far free
estimate phone:
ACME
ROOFING
CO.
JE 8-7255
#
GORDON ROOFING AND
SHEET METAL WORKS INC
1148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180
Hin your roof repaired now: you
will gave on a new roof later.
Satafa-tory Work by
Experienced Men"
YOUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY
ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
Answerite, Inc.
Telephone Answering
Service
SERVING
JEfferson Union
Highland FRanklin
Executive Cf--:ce
FR 3-5581
Virgmsa Grants
Rockwell New
Party Charter
RICHMOND (JTAI The State
Of Virginia has issued a corporation
charter to the "George Lincoln
Rockwell Party" despite protests
that this, in effect, legalized a
Nazi movement
Checks used to pay the state Cor-
poration Commission's fees listed
| the "American Nazi Party" as the
remitter. Several months ago. the
Commission had canceled a pre-
vious charter issued in the name
of the 'American Nazi party."
Purposes of the Rockwell party
on the new charter statement in-
cluded "the gaining of political
power in the L'nited States by all
legal means and effective pro-
cesses" and the "education of the
American public.'' Rockwell was
listed, along with Nazi lieutenants,
on the party's board of directors.
Lakeside Service
Slated Sunday
Temple Ner Tamid will conduct
a special service on Sunday. 11
a.m., at Lakeside Memorial Park,
NW 2oih st. at 103rd ave.. Miami
Rabbi Eugene Lubovitz and Can-
tor S h, "I T-mple Ner
ate and chant the
litur Ij of the mem-
cria which precedes Kol
: .die ..;.;! the launching of Yom
I | | .:: 5723 Sunday evening at sun-
.-'. wr..
The traditional service derives
from the custom of visiting the
departed during the Hijh Holy
Day period.
Lakeside Memorial Park this
week extended an invitation to the
tit ire Jewish community to take
part in the memorial. All who
wish to participate are welcome,
whether they hold plots at Lake-
side or not.
As a special service. Lakeside
Memorial Park will have a rabbt
present for mourners' individual,
memorial prayers at graveside un-
til 1 p.m.
Beth Am Bridge Class
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
will sponsor bridge courses at the
Temple starting Monday, Oct. 15
Beginners will meet from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m.. and an intermediate
class will be held from 12:30 to
2:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Kruglich,
is in charge of the classes.
Established
mi
Horn* Owned
Mom* Operated
TERMITES? ,
ROACHES? ANTS?
Safe, Positive Control With Every
Other Week Service For The Home
TRULY NOLEN -
"The Sign of Good Housekeeping"
COSTS LESS THAN
YOU THINK
MLLFR 7-1411
Greater Miami* Larat Extermieete*
WHAT - FM
from BRAHMS i
to RARTOK
You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on
WK AT FM
93.1 on your FM dial
MIAMI'S ONLY FURE
CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION
Programming MORE LIVE Concerts!
WK A T FM


Page 14-A
1.1<** icih r>.r rHir*F
Friday, Cdober 5, 19S2

Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Here is a Marvelous Story That is Beautifully Told
Z*
LAND OF THE LIVING. By John Kerne. 280 pp. New
York: Harper & Row, 49 E. 33rd st. $3.95.
OHN HEARNE'S NOVEL of the insulated island of
* Cayuna. a lazy and charming dot in the Caribbean,
ib a wonderful tale. Cayuna. hot. lush, lusty and lovely.
Is a mixture of white and black. English and natives,
iierce loyalties and glowering schisms. Removed from
the rush of the world, it creates its own world in which
Negro and white meet on special terms in a social rela-
tionship more relaxed at the same time that it is more
rigidly ruled. Like the Caymana children, many of whom
had that subtle yet exhausted beauty of the small, iso-
lated community where cousin has married cousin for
too long." and where, 'in another generation, imbecility
and rare, half-forgotten diseases would begin to appear."
the island, too. is a strangely, disturbing commixion with
a troubling beauty.
Like Prospero's isle, Cayuna is magical: it works its
sea-change on those who reach its sun-baked shores. The
young Jewish refugee scientist. Stefan Mahler, came from
the insane horror of Europe feeling himself "merely a
solid ghost remaindered from the body of six million liv-
Copitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Electronic Devices for Export Would Aid Trade
Washington
A TREMENDOUS Afro Asian market
exists lor Israel electronic equip-
ir tnt. providing a lertile field for Amer-
icai co-investment, but Israeli industry
i ackward in many respects, a U.S.
Government trade mission reported here.
The report was made to the U.S. De-
cent of Commerce b> Earl h. Bak-
i president of Medtronic, Inc. of Minneapolis. Minn.,
authority on electronic equipment who served on the
n. -.. which just returned from Israel
Mi Bakken said the developing electronics market
v, :- Israel together with the entrance it can provide
1. th< hundreds oi millions of people in the Afro-Asian
market ffei pportunities lor the American busi-
nessmai ti enter into profitable connections with Israel
agencies int ventures, or investment
;-\ | that "th Israelis are in a better posi-
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Image of a Man
I^R. WILLIAM HABER in my
book holds the distinction of
being among the few public fig-
ures in Jewish life who are always
refreshingly exhilarating whether
their theme is Jewish "tzores" or
Jewish "naches." He understands
the Jewish situation in depth and
is keenly sensitive to the under-
currents in Jewish life everywhere. His immediate
dedication ;* ORT and its program of creating a
future tor Jewish young men and women through
training them in skills and occupations that are es-
;ial to the economies of the countries in which
they live, particularly in Israel. His wider dream.
hi wever, is of the Jewish image in toto. the plant-
ing of Jewish roots, the preservation of Jewish val-
ues, thi burgeoning of Jewish culture in all its
forms.
Dr. Haber is professor of economics at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, but he does not talk like a
teacher nor does he employ the semantics of the
pundit, usually deemed by the over awed and the
gullibie as a sure mark of scholarship. Whether
it was Israel he spoke about or the distant lands
lrom which he had just returnedsuch as India,
Japan. South Africa and Australiahis limning was
always fresh, in measured words, in subdued colors.
in balanced topes. One sensed humility in his tell-
ing whether the story was about Israel, the exotic
land.- or the activities of ORT and its future plans.
Yet it was not an objective telling, for his voice
vibrated with intensity and his visage reddened per-
ceptibly as he spoke of the Jewish future in the
lands of hi? visit
Wherever he went. Dr Haber fount! quest for
education for Jewish children the foremost problem
it Jewish leadership. Everywhere he sensed striv-
tor contact with Jewish values, as well BS feat
11 a youth breaking waj from tradition because of
a lack of understanding of the significance of links
as a tie between the generations. Many of the
Jewi>h community leader- he encountered in those
countries Dr Haber said, were plainly concerned
"lest the generation of tomorrow may not under-
stand why they are Jews." In some of the coun-
tries there a as complaining by the elders that the
-'-, youf putting too much emphasis on
the crises of today' and that "the gap between the
generations was '-rowing particularly serious "over
the issue of human rights, with the young unable to
understand the neutralist position of their elders as
Jew? on some of the burning confrontations of the
day.
There were deep furrows on Dr. Haber's face
a- he spoke (1 the Jewish luture in the distant lands
But thej vi magic once his theme, turn-
ed t< Israel
erstai I


tion to work with African governments because of the
-rent mutual trust, for in Israel the Africans recognize
a new country experiencing similar problems. This trust
does not always exist between African countries and
France or Britain, nor with the U.S."
The African market is already absorbing 150.000 Is-
raeli-made radio sets a year. The market will grow by
50.000 sets a year. These radios are of a type not made
in America.
Many electronic and electric companies could do well
by manufacturing kits or semi-completed devices in Israel
and exporting them, for completion and sale, to Turkey.
Greece, Malta. Cyprus, Iran. Nigeria, Tanganyika. Sene-
gal Liberia, and other Afro-Asian countries as they emerge
as consumer- Mr Bakken saw a considerable increase
m such new markets in the next few years.
Mr Bakken's investigation of television possibilities
in Israel concluded that Israel Government opposition t"
TV was based on "personal rejection by Premier Ben-
Gurion Also, since TV would he a government opera-
tion, it was "felt that money can be better spent in other
areas." and that "TV might cause an inflationary trend."
He expressed belief that TV would be introduced in
Israel within two to four years Several companies have
licensing arrangements ready to go into use as soon as
the "go ahead" is given. Indeed, there are already "too
many for the market.*'
There is a plentiful supply of Israeli engineering tal-
ent for research and ideas. The cost of labor is about
one-third of that in the United States. Sufficient engi-
neers to maintain a growing electronics idustry are pro-
vided by the Haifa Technion. the Hebrew University, and
the Weizmann Institute of Science.
But "there is a drastic lack of technical manage-
ment. Most local companies refuse to recognize this.
There exists a lack of product development ability or
engineering. I found no concept of quality control to
meet standard requirements and no standards."
He noted "there is an almost complete absence of
any sales effort, locally or for export No effort is made
to do market research or feasibility studies before start
ing a business or proceeding with a new product no
research or competition is practiced."
Mr. Bakken charged that the Israeli Government's
procurement procedures for electronic equipment "are
not designed to be of benefit to private Israeli manufac-
turers." He urged that electronic section be turned over
to private initiative to give a real boost to Israeli elec-
tronics.
He found "a lack of any effective industry organiza-
tion or cooperative effort, a shortage of precision mach-
inists for short-run high quality mechanical parts plant
preventive maintenance programs are unknown."
The Bakken report observed that the import of basic
electronic components was "not only expensive but intol-
erably slow Very little wholesale stock is maintained
anywhere in Israel because of the tremendous tax
load that must be paid on the components before they
are ever sold or used. A few components are manufac-
tured there, such as coils, transformers, condensors. etc.
But they are in short supply or made to order and are
generally of an inferior quality because of the primitive
production methods."
Appliance dealers in Israel told Mr. Bakken that tor
every dollar worth of cost of an American-made appliance.
they mu-t charge the Israeli buyer S3.
Ing Jews" But the limbo of emotion am spirit from
which he stares, remotely, at the world, begins to dis-
solve like a morning mist before the revivifying heat of
Cayunan life.
There are three othir characters on which the book
stands like a well-laid, opulently dressed table. There is
Bernice. a dark-skinned woman of magnificent honesty
and such rich compassion that she seems the archetype
of earth-mother and womanhood. Like the perfect mo-
ther, her nurture of Stefan enables him to leave her and
her undemanding love for the more difficult and sophis-
ticated love of the adult. And that is Joan, white, "civil-
ized." with all the problems of civilization.
Then there is the Reverend Marcus Heneky. Bornice's
father, the leader of the Pure Church of Africa Trium-
phant, and his Sons of Sheba. It is an anti-white move-
ment which wants to return to the black man his dignity
and his freedom, and it undulates beneath the glistening
foliage of Cayuna like the serpent in Paradise. It brings
tragedy to the island, as racism, even on its most noble-
basis, is destroyed by its own divisiveness. So. too. in the
interests of progress and compromise, must one suffer <
inevitably the loss of the more primitive, unadulterated
passions just as the pure mother love, ever practical.
ever pragmatic, dedicated to serving tin needs of pro-
gress, carries within it the seeds of its own destruction, ot
being rendered unnecessary.
Are the terms rig.'it'.' It hardly stems to matter,
because this is such a mtnfluus story, so ttautifully told.
Panorama:
Between You and Me:
BORIS SM0LAR
UJA's Anniversary
HE NEW JEWISH year marks
th< 25th anniversary I t the ex-
[istence of the United States Appeal
Ithe great fund-raising effort
(which by any standards stands as
lone ol the giants in the entire
American fund-raising scene. Jew-
ish and non-Jewish. But before
I the start of the 25th anniversary,
American Jews must straighten out their record for
the concluding year and pay close to S34.000.000 in
cash to cover their outstanding pledges to the UJA.
The time to do it is during the High Holiday season.
The need for speedy collections of pledged con-
tributions this year is greater than ever because of
a number of developments. It is a year when the
Jewish community in Algeria was reduced from 135.-
000 to 10,000 with many of the Algerian Jewish ref-
ugees in dire need ol assistance in France. It is
also a year when Israel faced the largest Immigra-
tion in a decade, with all newcomers in need of a
rool over their heads and other forms ol immediate
aid.
The complete and rragic uprooting ol the Jews
in Algeria, the majority of whom were well off only
a year ago. should give feiod for thought to the
many Jews in this country who are meeting the
new Jewish year in security and economic well be-
ing The ancient Biblical tradition of "Masser'
01 giving 10 percent of the income to charityhad
been practiced by such American Jews as Jacob
Schiff and other Jewish philanthropists. But it i-
not being practiced today by many who can atford
to do it although the need of Jews overseas is to-
day much greater than in the years of Jacob Schiff
The High Holiday season, with its atmosphere
of prayers and meditation, may stimulate Jewish
givers to think of the fate and needs of the Jewish
refugees from Algeria as well as of those who are
now ceiming in large waves to Israel. It is the' hope
of the UJA leadership that these giver- will, in the
spirit of the' tradtiional Tzedakahwhich readies
its high point during the High Holidaysnot only
redeem fully their pledges to the UJA it this year,
hut will also int!i. their gifts in the lights of the
i n ..-i d needs.
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
It's Such Great Fun to Learn a New Language
MY LITTLE NEPHEW and niece
have just returned after a stay o! |
only a year in Israel and their llebrev
goes "like a water" as they say. I don't I
know why we continue sending children]
to the Hebrew schools for years in Amer
lea. Send them for a year in Israel and I
they will come back not only know ing
the language themselves but probably
able to educate papa and mama a little on the subject.
Think of the saving in expense and remember papa and
mama need a little Hebrew education also.
: niece was giving me lessons in
nal i' and it 1 could have continues
alifj -
would havi

as Rcths
...... -
Danny, aged six, ee.:n = ng hack after a ;-e;.r was asti
ished how many people ir, the United State- sp< ak EngllsB-
He wa- euiick to COIN back to English ot course, but he
sandwiched hi- Hebrew with it. "Gam a horse is in tnt
picture, he said (Gam in Hebrew means also.)
Tin- mishmash, these confusions, art of course com
mon in Israel among the tourists who mix their language s
I read in an Israeli paper about an American tourist wn<
aproached a soda stand in Israel and asked for a
ol soda without "mitz i.-vrup). .
"There is no such thing." said the proprietor. Wltn-
out mitz. it's lemon, without mitz, orangt."
"Have you got n.i'.z without pineapple?" asked
Amer
said the p'< i rietor.
inn 'ican. i, i
rael i
rd ei


Friday, October 5, 1962
I "*!> -rr
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
DER
(AMI LAW
. '
.
HEAI OF I
I

..
I

:

: 11.
IT C UNDER
r CTI riOUS NAME LAW
| .:. i i; 11 i...
Ictlt'oll
N I
v ml Intends
: :
nty. Florida
UKI.VIN WEISS
: i i
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
llTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
[FOR CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 9809
I \ M I I IEAPH I- i IDERAI. SAVIN -
(slil.oAN ASS1 "I.X'i'li >N. .. I'nil i
ktff il
r
k i iii AI.MnNH, know n i
SKDl iPHEI.IA SMITH, I
n. et .i 1 .
nt*
NOTICE OF SUIT
- HER SI 11" IEXTH \ I.
.in ERI :m M nil IE1 i
| : .I ill,- Bhi v
f,.rcdose thai eel t.iin '
hi ; i i: N X wil.l.l \ M
i I! iikI VIDA SK1I.L-.MAN
wife 1.1 MIAMI HI
I SAVINGS VXD l.oAX
[ iTIi >X. dated (h-tohei
i |, under i
\. I h -ll:,| I:. of tin I'u i:
County. 1 tains!
,: In Dad, ('fillnty, PI r-
I nrk II, CFT1.ER IUI
[ \ IIIIK 11 HI
I ... .. | >ia i
hi I'ublli !: rds
'niinty, hlorlda and
... required I ner\'i
I (*wt-r pleading on the
neys, MKYKK, WEISS,
- V ,' Ri ISE, l"T Lincoln R I,
I I lorldn. nnd fill I
I: it in the i >fl Ice if the
ii| tin I'lreull I 'ourt, ,,n ,: hi
i. Hi. ,,il h da> l I KM iln -'
| ; the allegations ol nald
iilni u id I.- taken as eonfcssi .1 bj
I
II lATED ,i Miami, Dad* r
|i... mI:, thi* I iih day of Septi
E. B f.EATHERM \N. del .
|eal) I. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
14-21-2S I ft '!
i^ I
... BY HENRY LEONARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
|IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 9806
i iHX Till "MAS I il 'LAN.
Claim in.
\....
I V Ri IA HE I' MARY IXM.AN,
-.ill!
SUIT FOR D.VORCE
i M \:> ; VRET MARY I >I.A\'
D Street
Rro.ikl} il, New York
You M \Ri IARET MARY IK1 \ N
:. her.l.i notified th il Hill
I foi l'i\..... has been tl I
.,ti \ are ref|ulred '
ol ,.. .\ii- er nr I'l id-
Hill I run
in the circuit co.=_ of ~- =
ElEv.. nti l -.- : -. : =;. :.-
flor da \ r for :>::
COUNTY. IN "C: ATE,
' -

NOTICE S^ publ :at : .
;.". i has -
i-ntu
11
plain) : has been
| II i se IV i "I'-
ll..:-
;.:.iinl If leys I' A 1 l I N .v
RoTHEXHERi!
lug, Miami la i :
\ .- f in I

!ourt on !' i, l ith day >i
Dwi
entered tgalnst you
:'..i tlie rellel i mi-
..i.iiiii
I i.\TEI'this -..
i ;.'
i: B :.:\ I'HERMAN
Clei k "f tli
--:il, Bj C AND
. iu
CA1DIX & R ITHENB
-::...
1} I
Miami 12,
JS,
l,\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i ELEVEN! OF
FL. DA IN AN aE
COUNTY. IN I RY

1 V \
BAN
:
. 'II l.\l SADI'R
SIl'XI
! '
NIOT.CE OF SLIT
PO: Altll VIIAM SAP
s
I
n, ,. -
'|
Hlituteil li.il l In I hi- ', .
C.UI I the .-. ,E\ EXTH .1
I'l;cull of I'U,i i ,.\ i .1:
i '"lint l In 1
' he follow Inii iii ., :i.. ,| ,. .
i."' ii iii iii if .-' it r i.ak 1:
MAX' in. si : 'TH >N .
ii I'In I Ihci ill rdi-i In |'In
Biaik .'.'. .,1 I'.,,;. 79, .,: ;ii.
Il.......- ol I lade County. Florida .
tiiKetlu ; u iih I'uiudi W tel Heal
er Mod, : S-301 -I'X Sei lal No
l"8. Hollj : i,..... BTI S|..... Heal -
.i- Model S.'iil S-l >. Hotpolnt \\ ,.
Model I.II T-Serlal No. 778355, Hot-
polnl Range Model i:i:-: Serial
y6l6iu, Hotpolnl Refrigerator Mod-
el EH 11 Sei inl D5IHI11.
You in requli pil ii. i'i .- ..in ii i:.
bw ,i to plaintifl omplaim wll h the
Clerk "i i li, aforesaid Court, an
serve ii eopj thereof upon plnlntlffn
mi,,in, > MARTIN KINK. 14th Floor
Dade Pederal Bldg., Minim 32, Flor-
ida, n,,i later than October 1-'. 1962,
or n I lei i Pro I 'onfeHHo h ill |,.
entered .iu.,Inul you.
K Il I.E VTHERMAX
Clerk "I the Clreull i
By: X A HEWKTT,
llepilt) Mel I,
MARTIX PIXE
Vttoi nej for Plaintiff
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Mil, |.'!....: |
ELEVENTH KDCiALC RCUIT OF Miami 32, Florida
FLOR DA N VND FOR DADE ;,, -
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY---------------------
\j S2C 10174 NOTI--F uNriFR
HAVIN.M fict,?iouInamIlaw
N u I'll 'i: IS HEREBY i ilVEX thai
._
........ ,X? ieiiv i ,-f i,i -i- buwm in I Ik ......
PRE VSl'RE l.-I.AM, SERVICE STA-
*'My God! He's been locked in
here since last Yom Kippur!"
Caor. 1962, Day* ATTENTIOM
ATTORNEYS!
> i ,r
sclicils yotir leqol noiicea.
We appreciate your
patronage end guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
:

N'oX I II! 'PIN in I
: ilRll'flX lun
leneral
'olorudo, and
tl Imlim \. thi'ouKh,
II,. ubo\,- named
dive or i' dead,
i :.:. |H-I|-*, .i.-\ i-,-,.-.
ute<'H, legatees, aanlKineoa,
-! t, i nd all
parti having or i laimlng i"
have in} right, title or Interest
he propert) hen In di tci ibed.
v i i iier, b} notified that the
ipl i>ned iction Ims been iu-
IH ilu-i you in the Mrcult
i the EI.EVEXTH Judicial
: II :i,l;. in and for I'ADE
: .-. i ii ,i txage upon
il lowing le i '' i" operty:
1..I l. Bl ;> 97, THIRD AUDITION
Tl i CAR! II. i'l PY, i......iini4 I" ilo-
.:, thereof, recorded In I 'Iu Hook
,11 he Public Records
Florida,
Y > i ,:.- required i< iii,- your an-
a : ilalntlff's complaint with thi-
i ml I \,. ii
th reof up n plaintiff's attorney
MAR riX PIXE, I Ith I ...... Dade
--------------- Federal Building. Miami 32, Florida,
NOTICE U'. D= R riCT TlOUS '.: i !2. I II12 Ol
NAME LAW Deere* Confesso "ill be entered
\. 'Till-: IS HER :.:\ Ql\ EN that '-: -' I '
ri-hrn i i Dated I lUi daj of Sept, ndier, 1982,
. I: I. j. i. A I ll.'.KM A N.
RI ^ EAl. I'tiMPAX Baj ." 'he lircull:l uurt
Urivi Mia I : I i In- '' K }**
tlxl I......... '.'. lel *
, : ,. v .N FINE
'
. 'i Plaintiff
r D i le Fedi ral Bidg .
I, i,.....i ""hi......., ", >," .
norney. SAMPEL STEEX. ... 9,21-28, 1D/5-12
Way, Cora <;
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
' h '" ihe, NOTICE IS HEREBY QIV'BN thai
Tli >X at 1VM a.
Bh> Vlllag, Hoi Id i Intendt to
i -i--. i said mi me wil el k "I
the Clreull Court of Dadi County.
Morida.
S.\ M SI ,1 ill K Si \
I.EEP & ANKl'K, l-:-.|.-
Attoi ne} for .Sain Sodb-k
121) Lincoln Rd Miami Beach, Fla,
: I4-21-2N. I" .'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51142
IX RE: Estate ,.f
l.iHIS MEYERS,
I leceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hmreb} given thai I have
final ii Final Reporl and Petition for
Distribution and Final Dl*ehargt a-
Exi .ii"i -I the estati of l^ouls Mi
ers, deceaseil: and that on the im da}
,,,' November, 11*82, "ill appl} T-. the
Honorable Count} Judges of Hade
County, Florida, for approval "i said
1'iiial Report "oil for distribution and
final dlschargi .,~ Executoi "i the
estate of the iibnve-nameil decedent.
This 21st day of September, 1982
MII.TON R MANXHBIMER
Executor
KOVNER ^ MA-NNHEIMER
Attornej
'......fra
Miami BeftT
Florida
: 28 10 ". 12, 19
|,i |:i ; .
-. judgment bj ,1,fault will be
...
tin Bill of Complaint
nhall h
. fom nsecutivi
A Sll Fl.ORII 'I \N
"XI .\i> i i;i ii:i:i:i n \i ml
:. Ilth dn ol Si plen >el.
K CrilERM \\". Clerk,
! lade '
s Di PIKTKU
I lepul! "Ii i I.
Win
: oi Ida
I'lalnl
!' I : I '
IN THE CO.',"' .UOOE'S COURT
in j\j r:- c-3- :r.,'.-^.
FlORiDA I 3S38A_;
N :
V '.
NOTICE TO CRED'-'-OPS
- i
: it'
.
i
RI.KS .
ilgn I, i sii in- to eng ige in
is name ol
i I' VRTMENT STORE
lunty, Ploi Ida, Intends to
L">url I ade County,
'
~ iSMAItri (IEXERAI. < IRP.
ire Corp.)
Sole w ner
H 28 10 5, 12, 19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 111VEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
busineas under the fictitious nn
IMil.l'IIIN PROPERTIES HI SKI N K
l^lsi St., North Minim B
Intend to i-eglster said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida.
TERRENt'E C VNXkX
RICHARD A 'ARI.STRi '\l
Sole l\> net >
Belgel, Ti Iti In,an ,v All,. 11
Attorne} si K\i.......-
1 162 W Flagh r Si
i I-21-2S in "
NOT'CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N 'ICE IS HEREBY C.IVKN '.hat
i j to engage In
E COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 52584-A i Bl.inton)

IN I't U'l.SEX
OTiCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
D F.NAL DISCHARGE
i- h.r.l. that I
Final Ri n>l I and IV ll-
I -iil,nii.,n ami Final DIs-
.'- I i; 11\ ,,i ihe estal i il
I 'oiilsen, eceH i and
da} 'i ictobei
in ihi lliinoralili County
hade County, Florida, for
.,:! I- Inal Ri in i and for
final dlschargi
nl in, estati "f i he ..i"\. -
i-eedi in. This 12th day of

I.APR \ |Xi ;i:m ,|;i; AHHEXS
Execulil\
VRMX I W'lEXER, Esq.
' Hiiildlng
'i 21 -.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
I'E IS HEREHY (IlVEX
ned desli in-- i" engage In
III. fictitious linn: il
1 v ST SE \ F......s Hi 32i SW
AAKi'.N
SIMONS
KAXXI II
.-

INC
ii
-
A '
v 1
-

' : I 2! 28. in '
NOT.CE UNOEfl FICT J- 5
N ,1 -. > .'
NOTICE -
tin un
i .i-ni. ps uniler
JET T.V. C -' I
VI i i
Merk uf
the i I i >unty,
i rlda
i ra .
-
KESSL.ER &
for Ap
: '.- s \v : -
.' i --i;
.ii ourl ,.i .....i. ,.v
NO" : -- U MOSH
FICTlTiQ.. 9 NAME v.v
NOTICE IS HEREB1
- (age In
businei "
EMPIRE M T
:
RI ISE (II il.l ISTEIN
, JACK IV \.\IAT"
' "ROK AMES & KM
' I
: i, 12, 19
I.; iidiii
in
'
'
NOT :; UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
n I IS HE IHBY GIVEN that
ige in
sii : i In lous Maine of
- :v 1'I.Ayi'ES m HCIO
S VV i :"i Miami. Florida
t said name with ihe
,r the Cl ill i if l MoV
"oui
- N >R \ll M \\. i,i PEN
M A i'i iMPTON
MAR IUDNICK
ip ints
- Ailisl ; Build ii-;
.'4. 10 5-12
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
REBi IIVEN ili.it
ring l mgage m
imes of
IN 8 I'l'Dl" 181 IF Ml-
,\ STOKES ii -1'136
Ida Intend*
Ii he Clerk

i
'O. INC
i i.. it Ion
8
- \ \
\ :
:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51226
IX RE Eslnte ..f
SAX HOI! I'M.IN.
I '. used.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DlS~RIBL TION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni .TK'E Is hereb} I I havi
fill il ., I'm. I Rcpol
I M- ii lliul on ., ud I- Inal I >l
Km in... the estal
.1. ..,.-, ,1 and thai oi I hi
.,: Xo\ .'ni.' i ..... will a
I ionorable Count} l>ad<
i 'ounty, l-'l'it Ida, for io>
Ri |n nnd foi
final dlschni w u Km of I he
,.~i ,i,. f ih, uli \ e-i inn
This her, I'"-'.'.
Mil. I'i .V R V >N NIH'IMKl;
Exi
KOVNER S M VXXHE1MER
Vtim ne}
12" I.in,"In Ri id
Miami Beai I
9 2*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT O"
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. 62C 9682
' \ RTEKE'P SAVIXOS AND I.' IAN
ASSI 'i 'IA'1'11 X,
Plalnl
Mi 'Hi >I.AS Al.' 'l.-li an.I i 'ARi '!,
A I,' IIS'II '. his lf el al.
Defel
NOT CE OF SUIT
Ti i; .NIiMli il.AS A 1.1 HSU and
CAR' 'I. Al.' IISli In- uii,-
i:ai. i ,, in \'. an Avi n le
Buffalo. New York
You are hi eb} nol Ifled tha I tha
- i aptlonerl ai iIon has ''..;,
nsl ynu in the Cln
',. hi of the EI.EVEXTH Judli i il
i.i in and for i'.\i ''.
Count} to i"i ei lost a mm tgage
vlng described cal 1
I ,i.| Block I STI iXEYBRi IK ES-
TATES tu the Plat
!"nl Hook "
Pag, r the 1 Rei ords '
I'i Co nty, i rlda, togetl er Ith
VWstlngl !- Refrl loi HI.-12
You an to fill
.
.
|| .
MARTIN PIXE, N i
I '. de I Mini i'-
'I...-. than (i
I..... Pro i "unfi --, will )
entered at nsl
i: li I.EATHERM VX
of the Clri
By: X \ M I :\VE I'T,
Deputy i
MARTIX FIXE
\ in > for Pin
Mill Flool I liub Federal Bldg.
\i .,-1 i .. hlorlda
18. 10 'I
| IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDlC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C1036I
THE VVII.I.IAMSBPRi'.H SAVINGS
BAN K
Plaintiff,
IVAK JACK Tl ITHMAX, a I
i an, ami ,IPDY I.EE TOOTH-
MAN. a single woman
I ', feudality.
To: lll'Y I.EE TooTHMAN, a
slngh \\.....an
'hahuenga Bl\ il Vpl No. I
North Hollywood, California
You ai, hereb notified iln.I thrt
.ii.\, ,,;i ..a. .i action has i-, n Insti-
tuted .,-i..in-i > ,,ii in the -in in i '"nit
hi El. ,-enth i idii lal C rcull o(
Florida In and foi I mil. Count} to fore-
close a mortgagi upon the following
,i. hi Ihed i .al i'i opert) :
l.,,t :.. iii.., k :-. iti.ki: RIDC.E
si i'TH'.n- FIVE, iiceordlng i" the Plat
therei.....leil n Plal Book il".
Pagi of ih, Pulil R> !- of I lade
i 'mini}. Fli 'i.i ...... Screen
Pi rch, I..1HI- Posi n Switch at House,
i\ hill li li.....i Ai Range 1S(1 538
Tub and Showi r Em Venetian
II. ,i \v Exh Fan Hot
w.ii, i ii. i thes polea,
, -,., i ;;,i liagi Bii w i 'an.
cl n, I inswer
to plami Ifl mil iplalnl wltl i he Clerk
,.i Hie ill......i 'i '' servi ..
coin hereoi miff's al torney.
MARTIX FIXE
iih M......Hdi I-, .. .,1 Bid
I
......' I
decree Pri Confi will i entered

!'.,!.,! Si
r i IERMAN
Clerk e I'ln i <"'
H i i .!' VXD
.
\1 \KTIM FIXE
Attoiln
i ... .-
Miami :I2, I ...
I
NOTICE UNDER FICTiTIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVEX thai
the undersigned, desiring !- eng
business under the f let I
PNITED SPXDRY SPPPI.Y .
Ke} stone Bouli vanl Nortl M Ian -
Floi Ida Intend i" reglstei salil nami
Iih the Clerk ,,f the "Ircull I'
I 'i,l, '. nun \ Flo
A 1.1.AN n.VDOD
MORRIS (IAIHIIj
SACI. .lAI'i'i.
Sole Ownei

NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\i IT1CE is HEREBY UIVI
ih,. undersigned, desiring l business uniler the fictitious name of
RE1.1AXCE i:\i-ll VN(1E al I3S N W
..iih SI Miami intends
t ..I name i> Ith i he Mei k of the I 'lr-
irl Florida
ANDRE MEPNIER
: .i-28, 1" 5-12
N HE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCL'IT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
N i 62C oo;'
inl
SYI.VI x- IH! K\\ '"/..


I'.ERR SOER,
I '
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
I; I! 1X (1E R
FIKD. that
n i s. Mortgagi "ii
'
X I s T WOOD
LAKE '"
i i >li In Plat
Book al Pugi 29, ol thi Pill
'.,..,.. i. Florida ;
1;.,- i .. n 11,! j oil
.,.. ... ..... of your
VI ..... i'......
H ROBERT
Kt ,TN< i\> i I luildlnK|
Mian I, Floi el he original
Ansuei .a Pli in In Hi offlci ( r
i,, Clerk of thi i r> t 'ourl on "r
ill October, 1982.
|] i,. do si : il.. in. ni by
i for
I...... 'mi'I.till! .
i. \i'i:i, \r \i i \ Ml, i ii i nty,
. i his 17th da} ol .-. ptentbi .
ii
i i: I.EATHERMAX Clt-r ti
irt Dade C mill \. I' *lda
I seal) B} I' Ci iPKl.At J
I >. i -
II Ri >BER r Ki H.TXi 'W
in'ii'i
-
I, Hlorlda
28, W/3-12


'
Page 16- A
> imicHrfcrMiiiiir
FridaY 0ob 5 u
BONUS DAYS FOR THRIFTY FOLKS WHO SAVE AT
FLAGLER FEDERAL'S BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH
It really pays to save at FLAGLER FEDERAL'S branch,
570 N.E. 81st Street, in the heart of the Biscayne Shopping
Plaza. Your savings earn at the current annual rate of
4K%, and when you open or add $500.00 to your savings
account you will receive one of these lovely gifts FREE.
ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKER
by Empire. 2-cup capacity. Heavy
duty cord set.
OE CLOCK with adjustable
alarm. Accurate and quiet, no
regulating.

ARPEC.E BY LANVIN-Purse- (1K HEATING PAD-3-spwd
size in gold and black flacon by warmth, pushbutton control,
CARTILR washable cover.
GlfTS ONLY AT BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA BRANCH
One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by mail.
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS from anywhere in the United States.
Open or add to your Flagler Federal savings account on or before
October 22nd and earn dividends from October 1st.
4
Current Annual Rat
1/ C/
*/_ /O Payable Quarterly
/4
Ot*r $55,000,000.00 in Resources
SE HABLA ESPANOL
> >
'}f''
FREE PARKING
FLAGLER FEDERAL
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
BRANCH
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
570 N.E.81stSt.
SAVINGS
OF MIAMI


tl
je
W
oman
'. IV.rU
n
J
by ISABEL GROVE
A glamorous year ahead .for Ruth (Mrs. Albert) Bernard, who
Hill be hostess for Marcel Wilson. Miss Hawaii who was named
Miss ISA. at the Miss Universe pageant here last summer, chair-
i by Kuth for the second time They've just returned trom
Uton, Ml., whore "Lelanie" appeared for the United Fund .
There will be trips to Hawaii, the Far F.ast. Panama, South Amei-
i and Europe before the two return to Miami Beach next Julj
or th< IS63 Miss Universe pageant .
A 20th wedding anniversary celebration at Hie Villa's Japanese
steak House for Mr. and Mrs. Morris Liberman, 7925 Haw.home
ive. Guests included daughter Debbie, and local friends tie
Eli Crespis, Dr. and Mrs. Ira Rothtield and Dr. and Mrs. Edward
l.irn. Owner of a Renault agency. Liberman was host dealer
!his week at a luncheon for southeastern Renault dealers at the
Seville hoiel .
Well known Miami abstract artist, Dorothy (Mrs. Bernard'
Israel, ha-: been invited to enter a painting in a competition at
lie Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale, In Hie third invitation show to open
ei 18 She won first prize m I960 and second prize last year.
-
Children of Annette and Lou Seitlin continue to make their
nark in emmty and national athletic divisions 14-year-old Larry
iced lourth in the junior postal team match division "D" in
rifle shorting Rebecca. 7. added to her many ribbons for com-
petitive swimming, a second place silver medal in the freestyle
vents sponsored by the Greynolds Park optimist, i living meet The yum- champ carries the colors of the West
moke Country Club, where she is hem- trained by Coach Bob
Friedman Parents of the two energetic young people are a
band-ard-wife team who each serve as president oi Beth Dav-
: Men's Club and Sisterhood, respectively
-
Esther G. Albert, 1850 Meridian ave., pleased with the news
that her brother. Sen. Daniel G. Albert, of Rockville Center, L.I .
has been nominated for Justice of the Supreme Court of New
V'ork Having received the endorsement of both the Democratic
oid Republican Parties, noi much doubt that Albert, who has serv-
l as Senator of Nassau county for seven years, will be elected .
In any case, he can count on support of his wife Sally, his two
daughters and their husbands. Dr. Leonard Rosenzweig and Dr.
Frank timber .
Ho*r* at .in anniversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Leo Selkowitz
at the Big Porterhouse restaurant this week were Mr. and Mrs.
Max Wald Joining the festivities, the sons of the guests of
honor. Cary and Ira. and the hitter's fiancee. Nancy Sonnet .
Wonder whether all the ladies wore Miami Miss dresses? .
That's the firm which belongs to Wald and Welkowitz .
Hen to spend a few days with his mother. Mis. Mottle Bern-
stein, of Coral Gables, Lewis Bernstein, chief of litigation section
'( the Anti-Trust Division of the Department of Justice in Wash-
lon, IX" A reserve Army lieutenant colonel, Bernstein also
visited with his brother. Herbert Bernstein, and cousin Gerald
Schwartz,
- -
Hj M. Morris and his wife. Catharine, enroute to Las Vegas
to attend the national convention of American Legion Hy was
cted as a delegate at the Kith district conference in Marathon
this summer ... A member of the convention security committee
and aeronautics and space panel, he'll also participate in some of
the les.s serious aspects of the convention and march in the parade,
as well as attend the fabulous night clubs reputedly in Vegas .
Traveling west, the Morrises will stop over in Mobile to visit with
Itose and Rubin Lubel. former Miami residents, and on their way
horn: thes'll make a sentimental stop in Birmingham for a few
lys in the same hotel they occupied on their honeymoon 36 year-
,i so
- -
b.ii and Herman Eisenberg, 4421 Sheridan ave.. home from
Hartford. Conn., where Mr. Eisenberg had been invited to emcee
i dedication dinner for a wing being added to the Hebrew day
hool in Hartford Gov. John Dempsey. of Connecticut, was
among the 400 guests at the affair in honor of Eisenberg, who was
founder Of the Yeshiva in 1940 and served as its president for 15
years He was also asked to address the Young Israel of Hart-
ford, a congregation he founded in 1933 ... On the way home, the
Eisenbergs stopped off in New York for a visit with daughter and
son in law, Leila and Bernit Shultz .
\ three-month motor trip, which took in many of the scenic
'pots of the U.S., some of Canada and little of Mexico, now only a
pleasant memory for Shirley and Milton Levinsohn ... If, at a
meeting of the Surfside-Bal Harbour-Bay Harbor Chamber of Com-
merce, pre-ident Shirley gets a far-away-look in her eyes, she'll
probably he musing on the exciting things she saw at the World's
fair, or San Francisco or Las Vegas.
- -
Murray Rubin, former Miami Beachite, now a student at the
American Academy of Funeral Directors in New York When
'e completes the 12-month course, he'll join the Riverside Memorial
Chapels here ... A graduate of Dade Junior College and the Uni-
ersitv of Miami, Rubin recently married the former Dianne Zil-
prctty daughter of the Leonard Zilberts Her dad is vice
-idcnl of the Riverside Chapels .
Another vice president of the Riverside Organization, youm.
l-arrie Blasberg, and wife Arlene now have a stable of horses in-
cluding a bay and sorrel. Blaze and Rusty, and Shetland Princess,
Pony who is the property Of 5 year old son Michael .
Well-known South Florida restaurateur Tony Sweet re-
e-ntly returned from Boston where he enrolled his youngest daugh-
ter Cathy in the Butura Art School The talented young lady is
concentrating on a three-year course in fashion drawings for
Printed media.
Ifewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. October 5. 1962
Section 3
A bevy of Beth Sholom beauties are in the
chorus line of the musical comedy bv Bob
Brenner and Bob Rosen, which will be pre-
sented by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sho-
lom on Saturday evenings. Oct. 27 and Nov.
3, in the Auditorium of the Temple. Left to
right are Mrs. Stanton Halpert, choreographer,
Miss Donna Schlossman, Mrs. Ben Grenald,
/
Left to riqht are Mrs. Harold Druker, director of the drama
group of the Women's Committee of Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service. Leon D. Fisher, executive director of JFCS,
and Mrs. Lewis Kanner, program vice president, discussing
one of the plays to be presented.
Dade Women See 'Key to the Ark1
Dade Heights Jewish Congrega-
tion Sisterhood will sponsor its an-
nual Yom Kippur night dance on
Monday at 9 p.m.
A four-piece band will play for
dancing, refreshments will be serv-
ed, and the affair is open to the
public Tickets may be purchased
at the door.
At a meeting Monday evening the
Dr. Fleming Will
Speak to Unit
Dr Richard Fleming, of the
tumor clinic at Mt. Sinai Hospital,
will be guest speaker at the Wom-
en's Cancer League of Miami Beach
luncheon on Friday noon, Oct. 12.
at the Barcelona hotel.
Chairman of the affair, which will
be the group's initial meeting of
the season, is Mrs Robert Gross,
man. Mrs. Frances Linn is presi-
dent.
New members will be guests of
the League, and the general mem-
bership will be honored with birth-
day cakes and gifts.
Sisterhood presented "The Key to
the Ark." directed hy Mrs. Herb
Klkin. with costumes hy Mrs. Dave
Diamond.
The program introduced the Tor-
ah Fund set up by the National
Women's League of the United
Synagogue of America, with which
Dade Heights is affiliated
Torah Fund supports the training
of rabbis, cantors, teachers and lay
leaders at the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America It also helps
to maintain the Seminary's nation-
wide interfailh program.
Appearing in the cast were Mrs.
Sam Arbit. Mrs Harold Simon. Miss
Cindy Mitchell, Mrs Stan Pierce,
Mrs Selr.: Miller. Mrs Rndrc
Schneider, and Cantor Emanuel
Mandel.
Members I 'he Torah Fund com
niittee are Mrs Herb Klkin. Mrs
Irving Lamport, Mrs Jerry Brock
man. Mrs. Murray [gnal, Mrs. Hen-
ry Rick, Mrs. Albert Schwartz, Mrs
Leo Levisohn. Mrs. Richard Wag-
ner. Mrs. Andrew Waldstein. and
Mrs. Stan Pierce.
Mrs. Arthur Schlossman. Donna's mother, Mrs.
Jerome Greene, Mrs. Albert Reibel, Mrs. Stan-
ley Brodsky. and Mrs. Allen Wilson. Chair-
man of the theatre project is Mrs. Jerome
Greene. President of the Sisterhood is Mrs.
Louis Snetman. In charge of ticket sales is
Mrs. Marvin Cooper. Proceeds are for the Sis-
terhood religious school subsidy fund.
JFCS Women Set
Repertory Theatre
Women's Committee of Jewish
family and Children's Service -
forming a repertory theater under
the direction of Mrs. Harold Druk-
ii as part of its program of serv-
ice to the agency and the commun-
ity.
A number of plays dealing with
problems of family living wiil soon
be made available for presenta-
tion to religious, educational, soc-
ial, and community organizations
"We could think of no more ef-
fective way to demonstrate the
needs and problems of family life
or to interpret the work of an
agency such as JFCS." said Mrs.
Irving H. Fell, president of the
Women's Committee of JFCS.
"We believe that these plays will
provide a moving and meaningful
experience for all of us."
Organized in the spring of 1961.
the Women's Committee undertakes
a number of educational and social
activities to interpret the services
of the agency and gain commun-
ity support. Membership is opei
to all.
The Jewish Family and Children's
Service is a professional so,
casework agency which provides
individual and family counseling
child guidance, foster homes and
adoption, and special services to
the aging The agency is support-
ed through the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the United
Fund of Dade County.
'Harvest Moon'
Dance Set Here
National Children's Cardiac H IS
pital, South Dade chapter, is hav-
ing a "Harvest Moon" dance in the
Turf room of Tropical Park Rac !
Track on Saturday evening. Oct. 13.
In charge of tickets are Mr-
Jack Cooper and Mrs. Ha;.
Faver.
Paul Baker and his band wiil
play for dancing.


IS
is
li.
th
N.
ti-
ri
rr
K
i.-
(.
P-
k
s
11
w
u
i
:
tl
Page 2
.=
m Jtm i */ Ftmiiyr
_[2^0aob 5. 13
M:!JH
U.
fciTu
Cooking
Corner
" --
tomatoes
Spread ha I
ercaaba tms* -^ ^ *
even laye..... -w. (

Jn "" '' tat bonZ
"** -" : -.h*ta?'
5t" -. W7T
cheese Sprinkle ?, jfc njT
m| erackei -,i.|jT*
lening. Bar >; v ->ep ^
* it*
33 mswf
fi\e to six
Fashion Olympfc
Set for Oct. 23
- the* coal jfe potato An oi>_ .
'< and ooe-half tVkeec T. i-uTitS
,. both :rr;k iad froi -
rhange Packa
. :,ke up so red in this n i
fillet -ill ten* five h*n ^^ lryl ^^
:.Ueti
?.=z.:d Ze-s-rr. d Sdoey Lenna BbS a
ricjhf :rre three :ciir.ders whc """ere ~ ti= zr.jir.z. EMf" J.
They".! serve on ie bott jautUiy :?'?"-:-- :;--;'
Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Pounders
To be Saluted at Reception Oct. 15
> -
band for .-- rj "
3-: ei-T :
m ----- ~ :"'
re man '
- ir -: the ru. 50 lei
. repantt
-

-
"
hW on T*--I j
CaTillor. hotel
.
-
Sponsored by the 9 u tCMj
the Papanj
- ft
""..:,
Fish FilVots S/p->a
1 ..:^-i oMUttroomi
r cream
2 ed
. a
". 9 -.- white pepper
iprikj
ike sponsored by
- j deUcmis
pletely iad dran *"
- and '
- .
of tae Papani
learca [i
hntcheoe
re scare a :- _-
M !
robe* from the fmei Wen Gens I
IS n,\
peu b


_ I --.

\ -a;: -.rr--.r3r'Z7T.- .-..... -- .. ....!. ...
'c*. :5 jt : p il the Dupon: rep wr j -^ the
p.aV Mated tbi- it the same =ae 3-,
veek b> M-- Vathaciel Lev.- :hr rOBes >f visioe and 1 -" "
Found< : Cedars ^: Lehanoo wehavedeea --.
* x it a tele- toor rean : ^ea*- IurK iRri *
bratioa and recesUn oa Mocdav. tioa of oar service --.-,-- N ,ck hae the mats- Tickets for th* : ---;.
the cream. ^ avaHa1
paprika Oct. I Reservai
sk Bake vjr. v, a jV fc|
%oxiliai7 pre- i tioa h .-. iuxilian "- ;" --::- : -r m.r.utes ;
TV ere-t *:U mark the fearta v--' ^'"- '" "nn; ~ -? PJ? jfS?
,.-,.-..-. ierre u recepuoa :hatr=a= : Part) Aaa serve it n BThli thu Haa
.. -ck ... iB8 bv Mn looks Leaaben "-- riu :.-"- separai ad ished iad. r boUed potatoea
several baodred char.er membe- M that : rood The recipe eHD
- level i baateei preaking lisb Sea:
the hosp.- tad .- >": ':*" '-"-- '' -:~>~ ''- *'- ~ ~ : *~
leader* ir. tbe capital funds drive i wacemeaj .:' their "Nea Faces -- > up until
to tan recraitaieal iri : .
F.S*> PilM Au CrWi
Sugi
One at the nfftlt volunteer
BBteen ire signing ij
be accepted by the Flor- The lessen reception -..:>?
ida State Hospital Auxiliary Assn. gated by i YauWereThei
I Cedars *omec uere recently Darratioa ::' \-x;!:iry achaeve-
..ed ool to help plan the asso- xenti. focuiirig attanaor. xi tha
eiatJaa's state conventioo taking role of women :i the d?*e.>p3ien:
p.ace ;n Miami on Hoe 15
New! MX
all purpose cleaner
with ammonia
A JX I
cleans everythini
from the floor up!
:und campaign
Reports sfl >? peea ,_. L;!? !
i tables its ley
and bike r I :- F far 20
lutes 7-.. sen Fm
.r..:..- -; i
ze r^_xe-i -r- a bali
2 ; j cop jf :. I
refetanaa -rijr?": >auce tor '.b
~t^>. 5er -.--.
asfhetti Bd spriakle -- jra: .
l Pat :;-;;-- [hatred md
reQ-iraiaed Bllets into -

"-' md spread the cracker
Gcardiaos ini G>dtrTthers
tkoas, Lobby G::'t Shop Reaens-
bracce T\ir.'. Book I Healing vzi
Tree of Life
Use to be jive- ir^ ?- tjress -
ports :-n ?a:e_.". tervtces, Irwpita!
t> rQ Koosiort Karl .
teen-age i hmteeri
Officers bj nO participa
:he prj^r^-r. iacladS rice pre-.-
deatr. Mrs Te! Lottenaao
Hersche! Leschel, aad Mrs Horns
B:au. Mr- ISeet PoUrj, rres R Sen .-.- -
ponding secretary; Ifn Becjarais .
Orea, re. '-'. M
E. Glasser. -j:ir...
Bernard V ---
. bin B F BesUoer
tarian
Board men
a fish fillets
..? hnerj .r.rr.bied cracker>
'.'-: raps rt! I canned
It *r-
3 tab!espr.< Dliaced 1
".- tei-p, talt
1-St n pepper
-;. \encar. cheese cut
sat all
m nbiespo as butter ir
naraari
r-ii the fiUeU cotapletety in:
Iraia ->-parate the pieces
-- a sx:.' in baking
Women to Hear
Noted Attorney
inj rf the Women :\. -
ie v^-. na! Par!
ISOl NW 9th
'
ersarj program i -
ir^r M 3 tt il a Ferus.
Sorma I rci .
Ifortoa Halpera. Di I I -- i> a gues
Lewiy. Harry Ifsrkowtu Stanl ,
Myers, Fn-K P ri lie Ra-
: :.. Rifaj -:^-: 2 ... liscuss trial and
kind. Rober. Werner E i implication*
sha ipg>
Perfect ^Ksiwf
TO LOW
CALORIE MEALS
Solvt that ewiaMi 9***"-
Mr plvnty 0 ntr.fiOMi. *-*_
Augui' Bro VM
i*ct *pmo aeat**'1
contains no ^*^,,-
CLEANS LIKE A
WHITE TORNADO
thef irst all purpose cleaner
good enough to be
called Ajax!
You'!! see a re rc-*dc o* pe^rer
-t cleans evcytftMf -t its path.
E*on cj">^. wt>oro d-t a'-i rax
feu'd -3 co- si*-* -g : --
XX sc-ipinf. And yoc S>- I ad H
rinse Now A,* Aj Pv,rsoM C ea-f
-- arvnonta leases a f-ev c i
moM mat prjvts its ratuy ao^o
SAU
AMfRICA'S No. f
100% PVffff
BEff PlrQPUCrf
. aoiy ^^V s:- rd qualit-y 'ra Z.on i-ado ;-ej- da .
in o\r rw wieoei w elean
ttjni$ $** :--$ yn
der r c 'J.a. Gs. -.-> -
inspect.an i->o O-'-jjj,
Rabomicj 5.a-. ; 3-
KOSHER
ZION
SAUSAGE COMPAMT OF CHICAGO
PUM*[ITCll
a SACCU VIWM
o FIEIKH *t*B
Moet-u'
CHICAGO 8 III.
COasr.^ Pt>,'s >s :) v: isi Kaea-aVi, baaag Bsaeh


^mm^
Page 3-B
Zamora Ladies
Planning Dance
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will
be host to members of the congre-
gation and guests at a post-Yom
Kippur social on Monday evening
al the synagogue.
Serving on the arrangements
committee are Mesdames Hershel
Brooks, Harry Fishman, Louis
Fried, Rose Galton, Sam Rozeen
and Stanley Silvern
Program will Include dancing
and refreshments.
Partic:r sting in a telephone session to disseminate informa-
tion on ?he Nov. 15 and 30 functions scheduled by the Wom-
en's Division or the American Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity heie are [left :o right) Mrs. Philip F. Thau, secretary of
the division; Mrs Rhea C. Gladwin, vice president and mem-
ber of ,.-.e national board; Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, president
of the -vision; Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, national officer
end v.c= presiie:-.- of the local organization- and Mrs. Trudy
Hamfc: = :.-.'ag. vice president.
AFHU Women Plan Functions
Mrs S.-nuel T. Sjpir>. active in dent of the Women's Division of
behalf Of the Hebrew University of, the American Friends of the He-
J.rusalerr. will b-i guest of honor, brew University here, will be host-
a a sp*; al President's reception j ess at the reception,
on Nov. 15. Mrs sapiro-j ausband has also
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, presi- been a leader of communal groups
! supporting the Jerusalem institu-
I tion of higher learning.
The affair will signal a later
gathering, a luncheon scheduled
for Nov. 30 at the Fontainebleau
hotel. At this function, Mrs. Jen-
Coral c apter of. the American nio Grossinger will be cited as the
Medical .enter recognized for its Florida divisi011'5 -woman of the
support Oi the Center s cancer re- Year Mrs Sa iro wi ide
March group, will hold its eighth an(l speakers are scheduled to in-
annual membership luncheon at: clude state and nationai personal!-
nonn W( rnesday. Oct. 17, at Pyth- ,jcs
ian Hal!. 4601 W. Filler st. [___1_____________________________
A South African Hnedy skit will ; ""w~-"*-"-~~~-"~~~'-~~
be pre.-er-ed by the A.M.C. play- SHARE HOME
its. Tht nmcheon is open to mem-.s.w. Utofion. Benutiful Home, love-
bors and prospective members, and |y surroundings. Kosher, if desired,
reservations can be made with Mrs Near transportation, walk to syna-
tVirginia Schwartz, chapter public- gogue.
[ii> chairman. cau hi 6-6261
The public is also invited to the ~-^^~~~A*~~'**-*~*~~>*~-'-*'*~
Chapter's box supper and square ,wwvwwww*wwwwv<
Uance < I sunday night. Oct. 28.
'Cabaret' Dance
At Beth Am
Joseph Molien, president of the
Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am,
announces that a 'cabaret" dance
will he held at the Temple on Mon-
day, Yom Kippur night.
Co-chairmen Eleazer Greenstein
and .Marvin Stein, will produce and
direct the show with professional
talent.
Fred Shields is also on the com-
mittee.
All Temple members are invited
to attend
The new Eiscayne chapter of National Children's Cardiac
Hospital is officially formed as Mrs. Charles Held, jr., receives
the founding president's gavel from Robert Rubinstein, chap-
ter committee chairman and secretary of the free, non-sec-
tarian hospital devoted exclusively to rheumatic and con-
genital heart disease in children. The new chapter, serving
the areas of Keystone Island, Miami Shores, North Miami,
and North Miami Beach, had its first membership meeting
recently at the Miami Shores Country Club.
Coral Chapter
Slates Functions
Pus fun. -raising event will be held
at the Cross Trail Square Dance
Center. 1150 S\V 701
Mrs. Hilda Bendell is president
rl the chi Her.
ioneer Club
?pens Season
Must Sell Immediately
Moving out of State. 3 yr. old-
3 bedroom-1 bath. 13,300 FHA
5 1-4 mort. Short walk Coral Way
I Jewish Center, Food Fair Kosher
Market, Westchester Shopping Cen-
ter, Zayres. Schools nearby.
Will Accept First Reasonable Offer
8820 SW 19th St.
r......................^
MRS. DEMETRY :
* Well Known Coral Gables Seam- <
? stress formerly on Giralda Avenue ,
EXPERT ALTERATIONS
Pioneei Women, Golda Meir
Hub, will ,iave its opening meeting
kf the season on Tuesday evening
Beth El Congregation. Hostess
rill be Mrs, Eva Kahn in honor of
fcr granddaughter's marriage.
Mrs l-;.-c Pushkin will conduct \\ 3660 SW 23rd Terrace HI 3-1211 *
priel I siness meeting in which i.*.^*.*.*.*.*.^*.*.^*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.^
btivities :or the coming year will
detailed.
Film .-ps on Israel's latest de-
Slopments will be shown, with
irration by Mrs. Harriet Green,
uncil president.
[Musical program will be present-
' by Mr. Betty Herman, singer.
During the social hour refresh-
ments will be served by the chair-
man. Mrs. Rose Marks, and her
imitttt
LEADING CONSERVATIVE SYNA-
GOGUE in El Paso, Texas is seeking
for a QUALIFIED full-time HEBREW
TEACHER with ability to read the
Torah and preferably act as part-
time assistant Cantor. Excellent
conditions. If interested, write to
RABBI H.
P.O. Bex 2973, Main Pest Office
Miami 1, Flo.
VOICE-CULTURE MUSIC
CANTORIAL STUDIES
CANTOR & MADAM
MARCHBEIN-MARBINY
Now in
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Famed Opera and Csncert Star-singers of Milan, Rome, Naples, Paris
Opera:. Teacher of Star-cantors and singers. Pedagogues and Profes-
sors of Italian Music Conservatory. Dean and Director of New York's
School for Cantors, will conduct the School. Students accepted for
courses in Voice-culture, Breath-control, all branches in singing and
music. All subjects in Chaiunoth for Bal Tefillah and Cantor, leading
o Diplcmas. Open and Concert repertoire taught.
fast nsuus. reasonable hates.
Phone 538-5852. or write: P.O. Box 452, Miami Beach, FLa.
BURDINES
IS NOW OPEN
. AND YOU'RE INVITED TO ENJOY
AN EXCITING ADVENTURE IN SHOPPING
stroll through a street floor of
individual shops, featuring
fabulous decor and the newest fashions!
visit our glamorous home fashion floor,
the second, for a complete sewing
center, decorating service, appliances.
furniture, and a new speedy
check-out house wares area!
buy plants and get landscaping advice
in our well-equipped Nursery Center!
open every weekday night,
monday through friday, 10 to 9:30 p.m.
Saturdays. 10 to 6 p.m.
easy to aet to right off Palmetto Expressway at North Kendall
. or drive down U.S. 1 to North Kendall.


Maternity' Series Membership undhm nu
At Mt. Sinai
the nexi four Wednesday*.
ol

Breath
luncheon ha
the Walnut
p "i and Eol- Country Club h
firsl Wednesday in (he
months.
Mt Sinai
a lecture
pub-
On the '
from 7 30 to *
I,amuu for the
Ihe next five
Hospital "ill sponsor
course tor prospective parents.
otfere.l free ol charge as a
He service, the classes are open to
all prospective parents, whejher or
not they plan to use
maternit) facilities.
Ijjrfe^ UiB. direction of profess
ional nurses, the
an introduction to the
staff and the hospital's
facilities, a review of
care, a study of the
of
U____i '1
the committee
dames Belle Peys ... gj*
Shirley Wars I I ,J"i
feld.
Mt. Sinais
'Musicale1 Series
Opens on Beach
ectjon of profess Miami BeacJiJ^crtatiun rw
course will include ment will present concerts
evening u
Auditorium, loth r>
Mt. Sinai grams each Tuesdaj
maternity Ocean Front
pre-natal and Ocean dr. The opening Tu^
actual birth day Evening Musicale" has beei
, the baby, care in feeding the set for Oct. 9. with curtain time at
babv and. finally, a lecture entitled 7:30 p.m.. according t0 an *,.
Now That You are Parents.'"
Educational films will be shown,
and booklets with pertinent mat-
trial will be distributed. At each
session, tune will !>< allowed for
group discussion and tor a ques-
.i(i:. an i answer period.
Technicn Night'
For Chai Chapter

Depicting the skit, "Travel Through Sisterhood-
Land." presented recently at Temple Menorah.
are (left to right) Mesdames Haskell Bratter,
Irving Wechsler, Joseph Feldman, Benjamin
Benjamin, A. Louis Mechlowitz. Seated is Mrs.
Marge Blistein. Top row are Mesdames Clare
'Wig Artists'
Will Demonstrate
Southwest chapter of Women's
American ORT will be treated to a
demonstration next Wednesday
evening.
Wig Artists" will give 3 wig
demonstration and talk. Miss
Janet, guest speaker, will encour-
age ORT members to try on some
of the various wigs for size, color,
and startling effects.
This month's meeting will be
held at Everglades Elementary
School at 8:15 p.m
have some
happiness
for dinner
tonight
Have some r*.hl old fashioned
tasting Kasha tor dinner... and
hear the family cheer! Remem-
ber ho* deep-down good
Grandma's Kisha used t
taste? Oo you wonder how
she made it? Look on the
WOLFFS KASHA psckJ,?.
Just follow the economi-
cal directions. Its as
easy as Seating or. egg
and chopping an on-
ion .. to put i
hippmes; an t->e
table tonight.
THAT'S THE
MAGIC OF
KASHA!
Pinsky and Herbert Kaplan. Also in the cast,
but not shown, were Mesdames Lawrence
Weston, Leo Sonnenblick. lack Segal, and
Norman Harrow. Occasion was opened by
Mrs. Ray Morse, president of Sisterhood.
Miamians Take
Off for Israel
Mr. and Mr- Sam C. Levenson
and Mr. and Mrs Herbert 1
bom. of Miami Beach, have li :' >
the first leg of their Europe and
Israel itinerary. \:j El At, with
their first stop in London
Levenson is well-known in Great-
er Miami for his philanthropi
institutional work, He i- i num-
ber of the Founders chf
Sinai Hospital, and the ne 'I
Israel Youth Hall bears his
The Levensons an I I'
are combining business
ure They will take in such
ot interest as London, (
\ ienna. and Montecatino
Rome. Italy, en route to Israel
This will mark their first '.rip to
Israel, where they will spend two
weeks visiting the Hebrew Univer-
sity, Hadassah Hospital, and Jaffa
They will stay at the Dan h its
in Tel Aviv for Sukkoth and are
due back here in November
Sight
. -,- :.. n
D
*
,r\ movie made in Israel and
The City Called Tech-
iu,hi." winch depict- students al
work in classrooms of the largest
engineering university in the Mid-
dle East.
Leo Rutstein. southern regional
director of Technion. will report
progress In producing electronic
teaching apparatus, the use of net*
educational closed-circuit television
system, and the recent advances in
producing solid fuel unguided rock-
ets designed to explore the upper
atmosphere.
Chai chapter president is Mr-
Flora H Sinick, and program chair-
man is Miss Jerri Cohen
nouncement by Jack Woody. su#:,
ir.tendent of recreation.
Programs to be presented t31
highlight local talent covering i*
ions fields of musical intere>!
folk song to opera all under :>
supervision ol ph Mooiq
music direct th Miami
Recreation
and instrumei
'ii V || {
cale arc I
Robert Can
' :
Montei
With the t
four weekl) -
are now offen
added Wood)
day's .it North -
Center. Wedwsda) -
Street Community Center, ii
urday evening- at Pier Park
shell.
Lingerie Show
At Zamora
Sisterhood ol Temple Zamora
hold a mi etini i ki W ednes-
- i p m The affair will fee-
i lingerie fashion sh >w
The Sisterhood is also scheduling
its first in I e in : the season .it
14 Zan ra ave lor il
i
Gefilte Fish
Has Yellow Pike
If you're ever gotten a yen fir
the luscious flavor it home mii?
gefilte fish, the kin.l mother 331
grandmother made better than any.
one else, here- good newi
Mother's Bran I has succeeded i
capturing the authentic old-tun*
tasty goodness in its newest gefilte
fish'
The secret is OW pikt
the rich yell-
delicate whitefish
er's new gefilt)
.i- n did whei
And Mother -
plump portions
juices Hothei ivailabk i
at your grocer- .
AL RAMP
Congress Women Map Campaign
At a meeting Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. David Muskat. mem-
bership chairman of the Women-
Division of the American Jewish
Congress, captains and teams
were set up according to geograph-
ical areas as the start oi an inten-
sive membership campaign which
i will culminate in a 'Member-hip
Day" fashion show Nov. 15 at the
Carillon hotel.
The local ch ipters I i -
!
: irious homes a-
of the
gram
Team d lude Mrs
Weiss Mrs Charles Br iwi Mrs
Jack Sands, and Mrs Sj
-Ygm KASHA
l/CUdOiU nutrlllMM Brown
Buowheat GroaU. Alto anjoy
WoH'l Cram, KamaJ. (frits)
K>,1 N' Gravy, Kaaha Soup.
net, KASHA COOKSOOKl
J ,il addrati request to:
Phyllis Wolff, Ptnn Yan, N. Y.
Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mrs.
Milton Richter. co-chairmen, an-
nounced that through the member-
ship campaign they hope to tell the
Congress story to the women of
Dade county.
Flamingo Chapter Party
Flamingo chapter. B'nai B'nth
Women, will celebrate its 10th an-
niversary by honoring members
and prospective members at a
party at Miami Skyways motel,
2373 LeJeune rd nert WednesOe*
The membership campaign teams j The program will include entertain-
ed 11 meet with their captains to ment and refreshments Invitation
make reports and check progress, chairman is Disa Anhalt
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CHEESES and GOURMET FOOD
Hickory Farms of Ohio
America's leading Cheese Stores
5715 SUNSET DRIVE SOUTH MIAMI
Thiso
is where
a lasting friendship
begins...
with gour first taste of
Dromedarq
DAT! NUT ROLL J
Fry (MMMdafy uit* Nut ftott jut as tt coses Horn
* tin4rv nd delicately delicious... lavished
nth cnp wiinut chunks Mid the wodd'i choicest
4Wii Hniprtad it with jam. with iheeie. with
otartovti you pImm...top it rith in ertim or
barnai at a tattc-tcating dmert! See whit you've
boon mistingand make up to* loot tuns' Stock
u now ... and serve it often!
VACUUM MOW PM USTIM rUSMNESS
T to* r tester, kmn (to ftfef toi* I
Mil ItWfJUT IANJUUHIT tOLL
* "W MNKIMT CMOUTT-NT t to/Wit WT HU mm0+
\


Fjiday. October 5, 1362
*JbewistinarSdl/aitf
Page S-B
<4i
Robert St. John Here
Robert St. John, author,
and foreign correspondent,
be the lir.-t spt.ikt: in the
lecture series sponsored
University Undergraduate
Government on Thursday,
in the lecture hall of the
Richter Library at mair, c
lecturer
was tc
annual
by the
Student
fr p.m..
Otti G.
an ;
reception aboard the SS Beersheva, Zim Lines vessel
fhich docked in Miami briefly last week, are (left to right)
Leonard Solomon, Mrs. Maurice Revitz. and Mr. Revitz, pres-
ent of the Greater Miami Israel Assn. The group discussed
plans for the Nov. 8 to 20 Shalom Cruise aboard the SS Jeru-
salem, sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn.
[manu-EI Youth Due at Services
Parents Plan
School Year
Parent.- of the children attend-
ing Tempie Beth Am'i religious
school met recently at the home oi
Mrs. Jrra'.d R for the coming year.
Among activities they will spon-
sor for the students in the school
are parties for Sukkoth, Chanuka
and Passover.
Participating in the meetinp
were Mrs. Harry Ross, principal ol
the school, and Stanliy Mayersohn.
chairman of the school board.
Medicare
ie Their Topic
"Medicar be the subject hi discussion at
fieift Shiroh Dance
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shir-
I ah is hosting a post-Yom Kippur
I dance on Monday, '.< pm.. in Sunk
: Hall, 1153!) So Dixie hwv. All
ina.:.
Westbrookt Country Club "Wisdom Proceeds go to the Temple building
Workshop" on Friday evening.
"Because of the interest in this
particular subject. Westbrooke is
rper.ing this session to guests for
the first time," -aid Mrs. Lynne
Lejiin. stttial (iirttli r sj Uut club,
Michi.e. Sc s.-.n ar.d Dr. Harry
Wolk will i( guest speakers. So-
sin heads the Blackstone, a Miami
Beach .'.. tel for .-< nit r citizens
More than 500 children of Tem-
ili Emanu-Kl members will join
leir parents on Yom Kippur aftcr-
pon for the traditional junior serv-
of the congregation in the Mi-
Beach Au.iitorium at 3 p.m.
he youngsters will convene first
the main sanctuary of the Tem-
|i. located directly across the
rut from the auditorium, at 2
and then move en masse into
auditorium for the 3 p.m. serv-
i special Cantata. "1 am My
{other's Keeper." will be present-
by students of the- Temple
Danu-El religious school. Writ-
and directed by Mrs. Trixie
fevin. dramatic director of the re-
POUS school, it will be produced
Mr.-. Florence Goldnng. music-
lector of Temple Emanu-EI
Students participating in the can-
include Mindy Mitnick. Bar-
ra Hirschfield. Arlene Schlcr.
|ma Gimelstein, Linda Linden
fti Erna Zemel. Marsha Talian-
Dale Binder, Marcia Zajac.
iny Mazor. Larry Visakowitz.
via Levin. Alex Gimelstein.
raham Mansdorf, Marc Goldring.
Sandri Goldring. Allan Avnet. Mar-
ti Harris, Theodore Barkan. Frank
lin Horwltz, .lorry Horwitz. Debby
Ruchwald. Dawn Greenberg. Elayne
Insler.
Also Shira Goldring. Jay Adler.
Marcia Schleimer. Selina Decky.
Steven Weiner. Bertha Blumberg.
Ralph Mizrahi. Nancy Fineberg. Jan
Loeb, Celia Nash. Marc Birnbaum.
Jill Zack. Peggy Reiff. Laurie
Wallack. Nancy Friedland. Robin
Cohen. Norman Plotkin, and Jackie
Plotkin.
NOW!
'.':.;; s
__.'"i
3lMii.no
KOSHER
SLICED
CORNED BEEF
Ask for All
|LN0 Kosher PRODUCTS
imed Beef, Pastrami,
Salami, Bologna,
[Krispi: Frankfurters
Family Service
Office Opens
Associated Family Services an-
nounces the establishment of an of-
fice for the practice of marriage
and family counseling in the Lang-
ford b'ldg.. in downtown Miami.
The practice is directed by Bea-
trice Lcfourt Nusscr. a Connecticut
and New York attorney, who has
specialized in family counseling for
more than 15 years.
Mrs. Nusscr, who lives at 2205 No.
Meridian avc.. Miami Beach, with
her husband and four children,
earned her BA degree at Hunter
College in New York City Follow
ing graduation, she entered Ford
ham University for one year of
postgraduate study of the prob-
lems of the foreign-born and the
techniques of teaching them Eng-
lish. She has an LLB degree from
Brooklyn Law School.
Mrs. Nusser served for three
years as chief probation officer of
Westport. Conn.
Opera Committee
Slates Luncheon
Mrs. Emil Morton, of the Miami
Beach committee for the advance-
ment of Grand Opera, will hostess
a luncheon at the Morion Towers
apartments on Monday. Oct 15.
for the committee.
The committee's dance last sea-
son, entitled "A Night in Italy." will
be repeated on Saturday, Dec 8.
at the Eden Roc hotel.
Many new surprises will be in-
troduced and architect Morris Lap-
idus has planned the decorations
for the ball, which will be formal.
Chairmen will b< Mrs. Morton.
Mrs. Leonard H. Jacobson. Mrs.
Daniel Schlapik and Mrs. Leopold
Si italny.
C(mmittee members are Mrs.
Morris Lapidus. Mrs. David Hcch-
berg, Mr.- Arnold Levy. Mr- Louis
Moultane, Mrs Kenneth Oka, and
Mrs. Leo Robinson.
Miss America
Has Jewish Dad
SANIM SKY. Ohio (JTA i
Mis- America of iK>3. .lacquelyn
Jeanne Mayer, appears to be en-
itled at least partly to a Mazel
T< \ Her father is Jewish
Jack Mayer was raised in the
lev ish faith but, he says, he isn't
particularly religious. The beauty
queen's mother is a Presbyterian.
A prominent member of Cedars j Her Jewishness is by association,
Mrs. Zinner
Named to Unit
ol Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary has
been selected by tht Association ol
Florida Hospital Auxiliaries to
assist with arrangements for their
stati convention here on Nov. 15
and 16.
ind she sings in the choir of the
Ohab Shalom Temple, a Reform
congregation and the only Jewish
house of worship in Sandusky.
In such a home, a spirit of accom-
modation is the pattern. Says Mrs.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Cedars | Mayer: "Jack has a deep faith of
his own He attends the big events
at my church at Easter and Christ-
mas, and I reverse the compliment
and sing at the Temple on High.
Holy Days."
Winners Listed
At Westbrooke
Auxiliary president, announced that
the association has named Mrs
Doran Zinner to the planning com-
mittee which will be responsible
for staging the statt meeting.
Convention sessions will take
place at the Dupont Plaza hotel
Members of Cedar- Auxiliary will
bt part of the hospitality commit-
tee welcoming delegates lrom all,
parts of Florida. Re nee Goldfin was winner of
The Cedars unit, one of the new' Westbrooke Country Club's first
Mah Jongg tournament, scoring
951 points. Lorraine Schuster, with
S69. was runner-up.
Scoring above 700 were Ruth
Moorman, Phyllis Grossman, Cyn-
hia Wulkan. Ida Maizel, Muriel
C tevy, Ann Sinter. Marion Posen,
Wpen jeuSOn Etncl Ross, and Shirley Goldberg.
Beth Torah Congregation relig Winners will receive "loving
ious school PTA will hold its open- cups" at Wcstbrooke's "Two for
irt meeting of the season on Wed- One" ladies luncheon on Tuesday,
est of the association auxiliaries.
was represented at the re-cent meet-
ing held in Pompano.
Beth Torah PTA
To Open Season
She'll Represent
Technion Women
Mrs. Louis C. Keihn. of Morton
Towers, will represent the South
Florida chapter of Technion on an
overseas charter flight Oct S. vis-
iting Israel.
Some 120 women from all parts
of the I'nited States are taking
this third annual tour.
Highlight of the 25-day European
trip will be a dedication of the Re
becca Rose Student Hostel on the
Technion campus, named in honor
of the wife of David Rose honor-
ary national president of the Amer-
ican Society for Technion.
In addition to meeting Prime j
Minister Ben-Gurion. Mrs Koln
will inspect the campus, labor;.;*
ies and science facilities oi the
largest engineering university in
Israel
nesday evening in the social hall.
Theme ci the meeting will be "Back
to School."
Oct. 23.
Din Petrine and Edwin Horowitz
have tied in Westbrooke Country
Mrs. Adrian Kaulman. program clubs {irst Round Robln tennis
vice president, and ci-chairman. ,ournament,
Mr.-. Dan Furman. will present a
! cantata. "All About Eve." directed Duplicate trophies will be award-
lv Mrs. Morris Feldman. with Mrs., ^ ** mtn "ho topped a field of
Harold Jaffee at the piano. ;|1 entrants.
Cast members are Mesdames------------------------------------------------
George Goodman. Jack Lavin. Sam ., ... _
Leb. Arthur Hirschberg. Richard M xG"*n\ ArUwr Snyder
and Paul Schwartz.
Sneider. Maurice Wacks. Stanley
Friedman. Mickey Newman. LeRoy
Levy. Ben Karp. Carl Zwerner. Ronald Friedel.
President of the group is Mrs.
NOW!
FOR THE
WORLD'S FINEST
CHEESE
Unmatched
For Delicious Flavor!
'B^
Kashruth
Quality
Flavor
UNO KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
of Chicago)
MfAMI BRANCH
JU1 N.W. TOth AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
...A BRAND NEW SYMBOL
NO Salt
NO Sugar
NO Spices
NO Shortening
Switzerland
lie/ 1 / IdtoeJ^ u^Ctf^ "tlfc Turfjb
0
KOSHER 50R ALL OCCASIONS .
faSous orange blossom
BRAND
Freshly-Squeezed Pure ORANGE JUICE
and FRESH FRUIT SALAD
f-ci/y wholesale deliveries mode fo restaurants,
coffee shops, cafeterias, schools, etc.
Ph. FR 3-7447 for immediate delivery 2700 NW 2nd Avc.
JHtmbtr Hondo (fes*ornf tssii.
ONLY SWISS CHEESE MADE IN
SWITZERLAND BEARS THIS
SYMBOL ON THE PACKAGE
Look for it when you buy Swiss Cheese slices in a pack-
age. Then you know you arc getting the genuine import
from Switzerlandthe matchless taste and aroma of real
Swiss Cheese as only the Swiss can make it!
...v................. ,.\.-.................................................
3


P=ce G-B
* Jtn ist Fh irSdlHrjiiT'
Fridoy. Cdob
ei
5, 1962
Wagner, Minsker
Plan for Rites
Mr and Mrs. William Wagner,
of 5053 O announce the
engagement of Iheir daughter,
Susan Harriet, to Joel Minsker, son
ol Benjamin Minsker, of West
Orange. N..J and Mrs Irene Mm
skcr. Of Brooklyn, NY
The wedding is planned for Oct.
^ in Miami.
Davidson, Paley
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs Norman .' David
son. 12810 Cypress rd Keystone
Island, No, Miami, announce the
so she did Rabbi Euai ne Labovitz, who is spiritual leader of Tern- engagement of their daughter, June
Beth Davidson, to Harry Dale
Paley.
The groom-to-be is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Arthur Paley, of Mil"an-


^n
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Some little girls want to be teachers: some little girls want to be
Curses. Little Annette even when she was going to the Jewish Acad-
,!i Chicago, knew what she wanted. She wanted to marry a rabbi-
Youth to Mark
Yom Kippur
; e Ner Tamid. Annette went to the University of Illinois, where -he
ajored in education. She received her .lev ish training at the Jew-
Teachers Institute ot !he Hebrew Theological College She met
her rabbi in Chicago: they were engaged in
Miss Davidson is a sophomore at
University of Miami. Mr.
Paley is a senior student at the
University of Wisconsin medical
school in Madison. Wis He is a
member of Phi Sigma Delta frat-
ANNETTE
two months, and married five months later, kee, Wis.
Being married to a rabbi is a family trait be-
cause -ill of the grandchildren in her father's the
familyfive girlsmarried into the rabbinate.
After their marriage, the Labovitzes re-
turned to Houston, where Annette, using her
newly-acquired skills, set up the nursery school
in her husbands temple. When they moved entity and Ph. Delta Epsilon med-
to Miami Beach three years ago. Annette join-
ed wholeheartedly in the life of the comunity.
First and foremost, she has been busy with
the Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid. She was
a Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai, and is on the board
of the Hebrew Academy Women and President
Of the Mizrachi Young Mother.- Group. Now
that she is a young mother herself, she finds
that, lor the time being, her home, and her
Song of Joy." little Shin Alyssa, and the Sis-
t< hood are about all that she can manage.
ical fraternity.
The couple plan to be married
this November in Miami.
Senior Citizens
To Hear Speaker
Senior Citizens Assn. of Miami
Beach will meet on Tuesday even-
ing at the Washington Federal
Both the Rabbi and Annette arc gentle people, feeling a great love bldg.. 1234 Washington ave
BOt < nly for each other and their daughter, but for all people Annette County Commissioners Alex Gor
with the Rabbi a- often as she can. both in joy and sorrow. On don and 'Chuck'" Hall, followed by
ing nights Annette embroiders challah covers. They are lovely ] ,, Applebaum, vice president of
for the Shabbat meal, and make meaningful gifts As she sews, the group, and Max I). Goldhagen,
puts a little Ol i love for her religion into her small, neat membership chairman, will bring
tches
The Labovitze- like ail sports especially swimming and tennis
They read a great deal, and of course speak perfect Hebrew Annette.
in her lovely low voice, described how Shiri looks forward to the
Shabbat, the festive table and flowers. Her eyes shine in the candle-
:-ht as her father offers the blessing. According to the Talmud the
home is a small temple, and Judaism is as much a part of the home
as the Temple. As a mother, as a rabbi's wife, and as a Jew Annette
in the American and Jewish flags
Rev Maurice Mamches will sing
the "Star Spangled Banner" and
"Hatikvah." Rabbi Tibor Stern will
give the invocation, followed by a
blessing by Msgr William Barry.
Guest speakers will include Com- \
mi--ioner Gordon. Mayor Kenneth
MISS SUSAN WAGNER
Joint Sukkoth
Celebration Set
A joint Sukkoth celebration will
i... sponsored by the Farband-Bialik
Branch of the Poale /.ion. Cbaim
Greenberg Branch ol Greater Mi-
ami, and Pioneer Women's Club 1
(i Miami Beach on Sunday, Oct. 14,
8 p.m.. in the Farband Cultural
Center, 842 Washington ave,
Chairman of the arrangements
committee is Ben Minenberg. who
will also conduct the program.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Nath
amal Soroff. consultant of the Bu-
reau of Jewi-h Education, who will
discuss the "Significance of Suk-
koth"
Dramatic reading will be given
by Beryl Morrison A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Miss
Chaele Kovalsky; soprano, and
Louis Schultz. mandolin player of
the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
Jacob Fishman will conduct com
niunal singing.
Sam Jackson is president of the
liialak Branch
Yom Kippur ,. I,
services for every age
f'.e Beth T. .. i ri >i,
v Miami Beach blvd .
del, congr pre;
nounced,
t -Y taei Ffiliate
agogue will conduct -
North Miami Beach Jui
Kol Noire. Sunday eve
5:45 to 7:43 r m und<
tion of Alexander And
ious s, b< i faculty
On Mon !aj morning
-
Won etco 163i Tl
services
12:15.
Student- of thi Hcl
from 8 to 13, hold
the evenin i daj
m the air com ned
toi ium of tin i ol I
Abraham .! Gittelsoi
director, conductin
F.vcning sei \ ->< will i
to 7:45, and morning >
in 30 to t i n Mem
religious schoi I PTA v
ushers under thi direct
Ronnie Fried* I, PTA pi
Alef Congn [ ation -
.student;; ot lh< Sundaj
5-8. will be he Id in n
LOS of tilt school hull
Miss Beatrice Levin s
be held from l( "0 to :
v ith supervised play t i
Baby situ i ill be a'
children friin i t< 5 > i
the hours < ; ]i and 1 p.
.
jroup at
I

(he >yn.
it

' -
'
These
il,
.
ith
I

IS
-
: it
102 and
I by
- rill
I .i m ,
]:
New Law Urn fortvzd
Marwin S < -< 1 an '
Benjamin anncunci I
ot a p.ntniishi| and th<
Ol their ( fl (< ior tl
I ractice ol li dei the
of Cassel and Benjamn
Flagler Federal bldg
ban R.

i
reels the wonder and beauty of her heritage, and makes it so inspiring oka: Dr. T. E. Cato. Dade County
Health Department: Dr. Kermit H.
Gates, executive director of Jack-
son Memorial Hospital; O. N.
Pushkin. City Manager of Miami
Beach. Talks will center on the
clinic soon to be built on Collins
ave and 6th st
President of the group is Mrs. Joe
Mintzes Hostesses for the even
ing are Mrs. Al Luafnuiben. Mrs
Marj Applebaum and Mrs.
Sinister.
that, no doubt. Shiri Alyssa will also want to marry a rabbi.
* *
A BIG JOKE
There is a new typewriter ribbon out. The advertisements say it is
a Spellright" for typewriters that don't. 1 got one right away, think-
that it would have an automatic brain. All it has is a very fancy
eraser system that I can'1 figure out.
* *
THIRTY-FIVE FULL YEARS
Fiowers filled the Leon Jacobs house from top to bottom. Two
six-candled silver ... then- -ot! light on Dorothy Jacobs'
ant 1 ce sh< sat at the green-clothed table with her husband.
their thirty-fifth inniversary, With them at din-
were '.in Samuel i tiers Silvermans, Maxwell Hymans, Mor-
Lefko s, and Mi Mrs Herman Ja< bs. Durinj the evening,
... twi children in Phila-
phia, several fi thi itioijs An
n. Mrs. <
.; I on hi
i door m
* *
THE CHILDREN CAVE ALONG
.
ie I gave to celebrate the an
..'.: ing. not
his sis toy terrii
i ,
scent ol it the I
.
Vll thi twin J
and Mrs H [r. and Mrs.
ternick. c 1
Arthur sh M M el (
Ml .''id Mrs. St
a wen
*
POP EYS
that's not "I
Lil Sobel
'. Sylvia L< and 1
:. a if fun
.:. : lessoi son
k at the Myers 1
* *
A PINK UMBRELLA
When is a pink umbn y not lir Roslyn
Frost and Hedy Semmel used one at the bridal tea that they gave for
Beverly Lerner. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ben Lerner, who is marry-
Brian Weisman. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weisman. on Nov. 24
As Beverly unwrapped the shower gift.-. Roslyn took down her remarks
-horthand The remarks read back later, without knowing what caus-
ed them, are usually deiriously funny. These were no exception. Bev-
erly's sister, Sharon, put a hole in a paper plate and wound all the
ribbons from the gifts through it. It makes the prettiest bouquet that
can be used for absolutely nothing. Among the guests were the two
mothers-in-law-to-be. Raela Blau, Harriet Roberts. Sandy (Mrs. Mel)
Warkowitz, and Cindy and Carol Lerner.
Ann
Concert Series
Es Sold Out
imunitj Con* i rl \--ti this
aniza
mplei !-. d out for its
bserip
-
r i '
- as in th t. an '

Kices
. io
- i wit]
N \ v. Philhar-
11
k
ilai ii; Leon
pianist. Mar
\ i
Joseph ': .Gder ot T<
chases a W Hirii .-. It book fro::,
dent of
The i
is a r.e\
missions to V

Roth to Speak
Here on Friday
The -. Hall
Form i Miami :
thi toiti-Dol
frit]
on Fridaj
mt; m the w. shington i-1
bldg.. 1234 Washington avi
Roth will review "Some (,f My
Bi I riends followed by Mr. and
Mrs William C. Diffenderfer, edu-
cators, who will olfer comment- on
the social implications of anti-
Semitism and methods of eradicat-
ing bigotry.
Chaim Rose, president, will con-
duct the rr.< eting.
LIKE TO PLAY BRIDGE?... For ;,, .,;..
our weekly briHcjj parties thai hove S-cem<
cell JE 2-4223 ,| nir-onditioncd c. "'""
loca,ed pal aff-ttrMl patkinn.
VENETIAN LIE eP.lDC'c CLUB, 1929 Boy Fr J*
CORAL GABLES
CONVALESCENT HOME
A : v... | \ erf

24 HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE
SPECIAL DIETS OBSERVED
All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR
PRIVATE EATHROOMS
AIR CONDITIONED SWIMMING POOl
SPACIOUS GROUNDS I SCREENED PATIO
Ferdinand H. Rcienthal. Director-Own.r
1 ,r v for Aued. iMtUburch
7060 S.W. 8fr. ST MIAMI, FLORIDA


Fridcy. October 5, 1962
*./f wif Ffrridliiiri
Fag* 7-B
?!ans for the annual conference of the Israel Histadrut Com-
roittee of Greater Miami, scheduled for Oct. 28 in the Seville
hotel, are diccus-ed by (left to right) Jacob Schachter Dr
Simon Wilensky. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Rabbi Leon Kronish
id Joseph P. Zuckerman. Rcbbi Kronish has accepted the
: osition of conference chairman.
Rabbi Kronish Will be Chairman
bi Leon Kronish. spiritual
. der of Temple Beth Sholom, has
repted the chairmanship of the
th annual conference of the Is-
. ] Histadrut Committee of Great-
Miami. Announcement was
, i Wednesday by J. z. Stadlan,
esident of the committee.
The conclave, expected to at-
. il several hundred Jewish com
inity leaders from throughout
M uth Florida, will be held Oct. 23
the Seville hotel. Opening cert
i r.ies are scheduled for 10:30
with the conference adjourn-
. al -4 pm.
Dr. Sol Stein, national executive
.-ireefor of the Israel Histadrut
Ccmmittee, will join an official
i-nissary from the State of Is-
*el for th conclave. Rabbi Kron-
.'h said.
-'. luncheon, at 12:30 p.m., will
-hlight the day's activities, with
.nuts of the Poale Zion. Farband
d Pioneer Women in Greater Mi
. Tii expected to send large dole-
. '.ions.
Among the features of the con
ference will be the announcement
ol retails of the $200,000 medical
center in Bcersheba, capital of the
Segev. Building of the center is
a major project of the Israel Hista-
drut Committee of Greater Miami.
A special entertainment porgram.
headed by Mr and Mrs Michel
Gibson, has been arranged for the
day Gibson, a star of the Yiddish
theater for more than 50 years, was
associated with the late Maurice
Schwartz for many years.
Mrs. G'bson will join her hus-
band in a Yiddish duet. She has
been a star in her own right in
the English-speaking theater. Her
husband is corsidered among the
foremost mor.oiigists in the Yid-
dish theater.
In announcing Rabbi Kronish's
acceptance. Stadlan said that the
Beth Sholom spiritual leader is not
only honorary chairman of the Is-
rael Histadrut Committee of Great-
er Miami, hut also a national lead-
er lor Israel Bonds, the United
Jewish Appeal and other major Is-
raeli causes.
OA to Sponsor
3-Day Cruise
On 5$ Jerusalem
Louis B, Rudnick. chairman of
the Presidents Council of the Great-
er Miami Districts of the Zionist
Organization of America, ha- an-
nounced that the South Florida Dis-
tricts will sponsor a three-day Nas-
sau cruise on the SS Jerusalem
from Nov. -I to 7.
The luxury Israeli liner will leave
from Miami Sunday evening. Nov.
4. with local Zionist and Jewish
community leaders aboard and re-
turn to Miami on the morning of
Wednesday, Nov. 7.
During Ihe stay in Nassau, the
ship will be used as a hotel, and
there will be organized sightsee-
ing and social activities In ad-
dition to the regular tourist at-
tractions and native clubs, many
special events are being planned
aboard ship during the cruise.
Rates will include sleeping ac-
commodations, meals and enter-
tainment, not only while at sea. but
also during the entire stay in Nas-
sau. Kosher meals are optional.
Rudnick has announced 'he ap-
pointment of Abraham Grunhut. a
vice president of the district, and
manager of the Washington ave. j
branch of the Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn.. as chair-
man of the cruise.
\ Grunhut. who lived in Israel for
j several years, is a former officer
of the Bank Leu mi Le-Israel in
JTcl Aviv, and traveled extensively
i throughout the Middle East and
Europe.
Although the trip is being spon-
sored by the ZOA. it is open to the
general public, according to Grun-
hut. "and will provide South Flor-
idians with the opportunity of liv-
ing on an Israeli ship in a com-
plete Israeli atmosphere for three
('ays.-'
Although the SS Jerusalem nor-
mally holds 600 passengers for
, trans-Atlantic crossings, only 300
passengers will be taken aboard
for the cruise.
'DAYTIME, EVENING and
BRIDAL-originals. ,,=
Yafis to Dance
Post-Yom Kippur
Young Adult Friends of Israel
will be hosts to the Jewish young
adult community at their annual
Yom Kippur dance this Monday
evening in the Morocco Nite-Club
of the Casablanca hotel, according
to Stuart Miller, president.
This will be the 14th annual
young adult Zionist Yom Kippur
dance here Dancing will start al
9:30 p.m.. according to Herb Mill-
er, found raising chairman of the
Yafis Music will be furnished by
Bob R( genl and his orchestra.
adults bel een the
. es hi 21 and 35 are invited to at-
; \--.-: : .. Miller 1 1 th< 1 1
Paula Sernaker,
- icinwald. Shelly S Ed
Land) D Kaplan. Karen Bloi
Stan Karp, I Sol mon
Lois Cohi n, Ellen
. rst, Sue Kasc, Marilyn Fried-
Rachel B
rt, ex< cutive
NE
864-
. originals
1075 KANE CONCOURSf, 96th STREET
1AY HARBOR ISIAND5, MIAMI BEACH
Dog's Best Friend'
v log's B< -'
! ri< nd" was I "Ni
Dog Week" held Scpl Z t<
29 The Hi mane Societj of Gn at-
cr Miami held open house thi
out the week and sponsored the
11th alumni pet show on Saturday.
f pets 1
Ihi Sh Iter, 2101 nv.

noon i" 3 p m or Sundaj -
BiXUR CKOL.M KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NCN PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
w-or Strict Supervision of the O-f-eoe* Vsad Hskashruth of Flonoa
Rabbi Dr. Isaac H. Eve-. Director
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
ALL DIETS OBSERVED CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS
MODfffN EQUIPMENT fUKNISHINGS flMPROCf BUIIDINS
3T0 Collins Ave. Ph. JE 2-3571
Miami Beach
SIS WILIENS
Cordially "'vites you to see
DECOR IN PAPER
FI\E PERSONALIZED
STATIONERY & INV.TATIONS
fcr every occasion
R.S.V.P. PL 9-3975 any time
A-l EMPLOYMENT
DOMESTIC HELP
DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 9-8401
'Crystal Room' Added
A $25.(MH) party room has been
added to the Crystal House, ocean
front apartment building at 5055
Collins ave. Called the "Crystal
Room." the addition features a car-
dinal red and pink motif, designed
by James James. Ft. Lauderdale
interior decorator Crystal House
executive manager, Charles Lip-
kins, said the Crystal Room will
he for the exclusive use of tenants
of the 13-story apartment building.
Opera Aides Plan
Homecoming Fete
Dr and Mrs. Arturo di Filipni
recently returned from Europe,
where they booked stars for the
Opera Guild's 1964 season, are hav-
ing a "homecoming party'' fur
Young Patronesses of the Opera
and their husbands.
The function will be a cocktail
party on Saturday. Oct. 27. from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.. at the di Filippi'8
home. 625 SW 29th rd.
The Young Patronesses will have
their annual fall party on Saturday,
Nov. :i. al the new Dora! Country
Club.
Yowncjsters Back
From Hospital
Five youngsters have just r'ttim-
ed here after receiving treatment
at the Children's As'hma Research
Institute and Hospital at Denver.
They are Jan Marjorie Green*
field. Martha Miller and Steven
I'urich. all of Coral Gables; Kcn-
nard Kosky, of Miami Springs: a.id
Lee Pollack, of Miami Beach.
The Home in Denver has seven
chapters in Dade county, which help
maintain and support the work of
rahibilitation carried on there.
Asthma causes over 9.000 deaths
annually, but thousands of children,
have been restored to health, gen-
erally in a two-year period, at the
Home.
lifSVni'lMJ D0RIS DAY CARY GRANI "Top*" :'3j
gEyMsflg "THAT TOUCH OF MINK" >^^
MIAMI Bf ACM
parkwayfe) theatre j
*- >A.P|Uf..mlM ^~"?^3V- l.^il. A i.u- I
TODAY
"LOVE and the FRENCHWOMAN
WITH WARTIME CAROL, AISO
CHARLES BOYER NANA h
THE PARISIAN COUTURIER COLLECTION
OF
PIERRE D'ALBY
BE NG MODELED AT
. rXTE COCKTAIL SHOWINGS
.-- THE
STARLIGHT CHARM 5: DC
:<
EC TH ZIPP
; s
.
!
<\
Living
Insurance
by Equitable
...but FOR KEEPS!
Now your family can have a life-
time hold on their home- v..in
Living Insurance by Equitable. An
Equitable Mortgage Repayment
Plan pays off the mortgage if \cu
dieprevents forced, sale, lev f
equity, rental to strangers, ^^c>l
important, it means a continul-.g
life for your family in a home .f
their own. To learn more ebcut
how you can help keep your fam-
ily in their home, just call your
Mao from Equitable*
CALL OR WRITE
sii>.m:v S. fell AIMIU
Representative
Associated v.tth the W. L. Pearscn Apency
245 S.E. 1st Street, Suite 220 Miami 32, Florida
Fit 1-5691
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES


Paqe 8-B
>Jei*tkrkUan
Fiidcry, October 5, l%2
Ccnvict Branch Again;
Victer Hit on One Count
Tmo Miami men will be senten-
ce here or, Friday. Oct 12
cf tbem. Dot as I
guntj bj six-mar. Jury last week
o: piinriiaag and transporting ex
V Dsives
other. G. rg V icter, was
i icted f i ssesj spl ives
: M f. was
" :
members
extremis) gi up
For Branch, rhe trial was a
"rap*-** On June 21, in still
another court encounter, he wii
also convicted of possessing and
COMALD MANCH
2,000 Worship
At Beth David
T.-.t :. '..I Kv>l Nidre service
augurati th Yom Ktppur
S Da; oo Sunday evening, 5:45
I e at Beth David Congn -
S an N Shapiro will
ite Ited by Cantor Will-
iam W Lips the Beth David
choir under the direction of Albert
:-. "Tar
Over 2.080 worshippers partici-
m Rosh Hashona services
Saturday and Sunday at Beth Dav-
it .- anticipated that the at-
-.- Day of Atonement
exeead this -umber, and pro-
been made to accommo-
. crowd
-..... rs
i -
---.. seati
tonum N
i .- :- seal
\ -
z. ~
. -
?e. has
.-
grou|
-
-.
-
-
-
transporting explosives in a sen-
sational case involving the at-
tempted Apr. 28 bomb.ng of
Anshe Ernes Congregation, a
small synagogue in the Southwest
section of Miami
The case was cracked bj Miami
...-. undercover agent
Flumacher. work -
with the State Attorney's
eh"s home a: tl
.arietj I v-
Saai U ratun. and
:-. Jews Negroes and alii
munisti
Also exposed by Flumacher wen
laiis by the trio involving the pro
p o s e d assassination of r, 0 t I d
Jewish community leaders in
Greater Miami, including Richard
E Gerstein, Dade County state at-
tornej
Neither is Branch's ordeal over
On Sov 2S. he will stand trial a
third timethis time on charges of
placing explosives last Feb 18 al
the home of Don Shoemaker, editor
Of the Miami Herald
Branch faces a maximum sen-
tence of six years in prison. Vic-
ter, cleared of charges that he
had been involved in transporting
explosives, faces three years.
Branch is already under a six-
year sentence on his June con-
viction.
Criminal Court Judge Gene Will
. ms deferred sentence until next
month, say in; he saw no reason to
hurry the case. "Branch is already
in jail, and Victer is under $15,000
bond." Judge Williams declared.
Last week's case centered about
two hand-ma.ie grenades taken to
the Forty-Mile Bend on Apr. 7. and
exploded there in a "Minuteman"
type of "training exercise." Ac-
cording to testimony at the trial.
Branch set off one. and Victer the
other.
Beach ZOA Will
Install Officers
Newly-elected officers and gov-
.-.-r.tr.g board of the Miami Beach
Zionist District will be installed at
a special meeting and reception on
lay evening. Oct 14. at the
y P'.aza hotel, according to Al
Sherman, chairman of the installa-
- committee.
bo has served as pre--
Miami Beach Zionist
ii active in many
. sene as the toast
-
M Maj Hi r-
Dstall)

sting S
5 I
SSI]

United Fund business area committee for Mi-
cm: Beach meets to discuss plans for the 1962
fall campaign. Seated fleft to right1 are M. H.
ar.d Samuel Seltzer, business area chairmen.
Willison. insurance and investments; Irving
Frankel, hotels; Frank Payak. commercial;
Standing (left to right' ere Sidney Rubinowitz,
cpartments; Ben Zion G.nscurg, realtors; Dr.
Felix Reyler. Latin Ame.-icc.-.; and Edward
Melniker, associate chciiman.
Cantor Mcrchbein-Maibiny is
now accepting students for
courses in voice culture,
brecth-ccntiol. and all bran-
ches of singing and music, in-
cluding Chazanuth, opera,
and concert repertoire. In
conjunction with Mme. Mar-
bein-Marbiny, he is accept-
ing inguiries at P.O. Box 452,
Miami Beach. Both are fam-
ed singers, who have appear-
ed in Milcn. Rome. Naples,
and Paris. He is former di-
rector cf the School for High-
er Cantorial Stud.es :r. New
York.
Cuban Jews His Topic
er M. Kaplai I rn
ary consul f Israi Cuba will
-. ih< "
..
the Lit
f Jews in
Education Reports
Due for Bureau
Report- from the World Confer-
ence on Jewish Education will
headline the general membership
meeting of the Bureau of Jewish
Educatiorj to be held on Monday.
Oct. 15. in Temple Emanu-El's Sir-
kin Hall at 8:15 F m
Three delegates of the Bureau
will report on workshop seminars
held in Jerusalem from Aug 12 t"
17. Dr. Isaac I'nterman. local au
thor and scholar, will speak on the
plenary sessions held at the close
of the World Conference.
Rabbi Shimon Azulay. instructor
at the Hebrew Academy and the
Bureaus Central Hebrew High
School, will report on the work-
shop sessions hi Id in reference to
teacher educ;.t
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Bureau
consultant to Hebrew schools, will
summarize the workshop held in
. elementary education.
Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the- Bureau, will act as
coordinator and analyze the objec-
tives and results oi the World Con-
ference on Jewiah Education.
Joseph Cohen, president of the
Bureau, will conduct the business
session of the meeting Reports on
patron membership. Jewish Book
Month, and Coflegf <. f Jewish Stud-
ies wil beard
-


iofrisf Named Chairman


|
:
AMERICAN MODEL BUILDERS
A5 I- TECT JRAL SCALE VCDElS
3434 W. FLAGLER STREET
Ph. 448-5734
VIV1AX
I' \IIKH S
MtTEE VARD GOODS
-SD FABRICS
151 SE 1st STREET
P'-v 379-7131
He da Greet -gs
South Miami Travel Service
Lei Answer Your T>ave P-oblems
CALL 661-8529
5864 SUNSET DRIVE So. Miami
Tenor fo fee Heard
Will.. -re. tenor, will bo
featureei in s recital by the Miami
Beach Mm i and Arts League on
Saturday, ( el 13. 8 30 p m., in the
Ocean Lcung< tf the Rone) Plaza
hotel I program will include
Germi i edei Italian ilk si i gs,
eperatu ;.- as and favorite musical
cumei
Miami Airman
Is Reassigned
Airmar Firsl Class Frederick A.
Wolff i t Mil mi Springs, is being
reassigned tc Barksdali VFB La,
following hit completion ol (he
special I co irs ir C-124
..-(c- ..: T nker AFB,
Okla
Air- ... .:, son Mr and
Mrs Lei .:: of '.' lakwood
dr.. Mian Sj rings, v.. ;n
ruut.: i nergencj jperational
procedures foi the aircraft includ-
ing elecu s;--'.t:r.-. intents, .:
hydrau) cs am weigh! ind bal-
Ke atu pdei |h l i ty d
Miami.
Tifereik Israel Card Party
Tiferetr .'-.-at' Sisterhood will
hold a 6500 jii ;: a.ve., ki Wed-
;
To All Happy He',days
Boulevard Health Salon
-'- R CONDITIONED
SWEDISH MASSAGE C^EiNE'S
'.- APPC Nl '.': NTS ': J::?ARY
Monday through Sunday 9:3C a -".. 7 p.m.
208C Biscayne Blvd. Ph. FR 3-1252
To A Gree<
ALMOST NEU SHOP
CLOTH .; AT REASONABLE r: :^;
3773 B!RD ROAD HI 3-24" 4
TC AU GREETIN
THE MIAMI INSURANCE AGtMf. INC.
GENERAL N -":
II. II. WOODSMA1X. .IK-
682 NE 124th ST North Mia-ri pL *15
HAPP> HOI
CO\TI>E>TAL 1MMIK STORK
(LIBRERIA
U5 NE 2nd STREET FR 3-:J1


i^Jfebrcw JJay Schools CLominn into Ulicit- Ou/i
tBy RABBI ALEXANCHR GROSS
Hebrew AcassTiy
will of the ;..:' School
iremenl in the past decade has
ii om of the bright is| spots on
American Jewish scene. Prac-
i ally every city in the United
States with a Jewish population
of 10.0(H) or more bus's a thriv-
ing, well-functioning Day School.
There's hardly a conference in
I Jewfsl education wlTfre fhe "Day"
School i.' not highlighted and dis-
cussed. At the first World Con-
Iference on Jewish Education held
Irt-cently in Jerusalem, Dr. Nahum
Ir.oldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress, discussed the
jrave threat of Jewish disintegra-
tion and creeping assimilation
Firing the American community.
Ho stressed that the >nly effec-
live counteraction i- 1 "real sys-
lem of Jewish education culminat-
m in Jewish Day Schools."
Dr. G; irimann further challeng-
|: the "mental attitu le" if many
I ,i .'. s" wh i I tal popu-
! Jewish Schools
b< terprel id a ittempl
?hetl ization i inflict-
. in.ii,.: iual-
.ins b a iw, he
I -, base I itelj
com racy
i .' lity."
Sudden Awakening
Why t;..s sudden awakening on
le pan of Americaa Jewish
adership of all persuasions?
hat unique feature has attribut-
i towards the popularity and
nal "arrival" of the Day School?
hat has created this "vogue"
f sending one's child to a Day
chool? What challea >s Jo these
chools present to the American
oy and girl?
Yes. the Day School m nement
as "arrived." It has been de-
li red "American" in fact, so
American" that numerous "con-
ersions" to this movement have
aken place during the past de-
ade even by tho? Americans of
on-pluralistic inclinati ins.
After careful observation of the
Day Schools' educational pattern,
m inj ci these erstw hile opponents
ipenly confess that there is no
mflicl ith the ideals >l Ameri-
. in life jh having a touch of God
and Toiah together with geo-
graphy, reading, writing and
arithmi I c,
The l<.;:r and trepidation of a
D >y Schi 0] student's lining a spir-
itual rcciuse or anything apart
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS

Rabbi A'v;v Ir S Won it
Hebreu A 1 !
em\ ur : 4 ;> li I
.'..:

I
13 in 194 3 dt 913 <
' j
for its
method ui 1 ulum
and superior ttudfitits who re-
recx: ......ip m
all of Dj i.- c "i>-.:>
sense of belonging, identification
with Israel, involvement with the
destiny of the Jewish people, ap-
preciation of Jewish values, a love
for learning, and living a full
Jewish life.
These are some of the objec-
tives of Jewish education and
cnts and the administration must
carry the full burden and that
the parents who want these
schools should pay for them. Edu-
cation is a responsibility of the
organized community. Just as
taxes are collected to provide a
public school education, so must
the contributions, as solicited by
our central agencies, be distribut-
ed to provide specialized educa-
tion programs for those segments
of the community who require
them.
It is my firm belief that a day-
school education is the inalien-
able right of every Jewish child
regardless of financial" standing
these, obviously, cannot be ac-
complished in three hours a week
for a tired, fatigued and often
restless youngster in an afternoon
religious school.
These distinctive characteristics
are what our Jewish parents and
American Jewish leadership have
come to recognize. And this sure-
ly is responsible for the spectac-
ular growth in the past two de-
cades from a handful of students
to the record-breaking number of
50,000 Day School students to-
day.
Central Question
all those seeking a Day School
education tor at teas!
two years of school, those most
formative years in a child's Fife.
After this period, a child will
have the minimum orientation
tools required for Jewish living,
Such a step would automatically
j
. -
At tl
with begii
we pli
community leai
ance of the -
ment for Jew ish il' :-
the Jewish Day S >- not
only maintained, but expande 1
serve the growing needs 1 1
American Jewish immunity.
End School Bus Transportation
Suspension- of bus"transportatiOn'agreed that bus transportation trtt
at all Miami Beach religious schools. Sunday has become an onerom
was announced by Joseph Cohen, item of expense on school budgets"
president of the Bureau of Jewish and that other schools in the corn-
Education, and presidents and rab- munity "clearly demonstrated that
bis of Temples Beth Sholom, Ner parents are available on Sunday to
Tamid, Emanu-El and Menorah. take their children to the religious
Service will end on Sunday, Nov.
11.
Representatives of the four Beach
schools, meeting with the Bureau.
Aged Home Unit
In Meeting Here
In spue of the popularity and
dire necessity of Day Schools in: on Tuesday evening
schools." Parents were urged to
form car pools.
Representatives of the schools in-
cluded Raphael Yunes, chairman
of the education committee of Tem-
ple Emanu-El; Murray A Shaw,
president of Temple Ner Tamid;
Nathaniel Glickman. chairman if
the education committee of Tern-
Officers and directors of 19 nun pie Menorah; and Phi! Postelr.ik, it
profit Home- for the Aged of all the education committee of Te I
regions of the State of Florida got Beth Sholom.
together for their first conference
and all day
providing future loaders, schol-
ars, teachers and communal
workers, their growth is being
stunted because of the financial
struggle of meeting budgetary
needs. The Day School is a pri-
vately-supported institution, and
consequently, must resort to pri-
vate and voluntary contributions
for its existence.
At its best, income from tuition
covers about 50 percent of the
total budget. The question beuig
raised in Jewish educational
circles today is: If these Day
Schools are so valuable for our
future communal welfare, why
can't they be made financially-
stable and self-supporting?
It is wrong to assume that par-
and social status. The education-
Also education lin tors
four schools: Morn- :
er Samberg, Herzl 1.
bert Bloom, and Louis h
man. executive lin if the Bu-
reau of Jewish Educat.on.
Wednesday at the East Ridge Luth-
eran Retirement Village. 19301 SW
87th ave.
Maurice Pearlstein. executive di-
rector of the Jewish Home for the
Aged. Miami, is temporary chair-
man of the Florida committee, and
the Reverend B. F. Schumacher of
East Ridge Retirement Village is
serving as temporary secretary.
Purpose of the meeting was to
discuss the role of the non-profit YELLOW SPRINGS, O. Among
Home for the Aged and member-]the ^ {re,hmen amj transfer strj-
ship in the newly-formed American j dents arriving at Antioch College
Assn. of the Homes for the Aging. | on Qct 2 for a week of orientation
and testing before the start of fall
quarter was Leslie Howard Halpert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Halpert,
918 Manati ave.. Coral Gable.
Ten days earlier. 250 freshmen.
Gables Youth
Enters Antioch
By Special Report
Dr. Ever Will
See Students
Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever will leave;
Customs Governing the Torah
On Occasion of Yom Kippur
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Some claim that the presence of
the Torah being held publicly brings
Why are the Torahs removed from ,0 mmc| tne umtv f ,he people
the ark and held in hand dur- of the congregation. Sin causes
ing the chanting of Kol Nidro disunity and diversity. On Yom.
on Yom Kippur eve? Kippur, we seek the integration of
I the Jewish Community and it is;
in the common touch has been. There are various reasons offer-; tnrough tne Torah that all Jews i
proven lo be whilly unfounded i eel for this practice. Some con-|are united_nol 0iy jn the parti- i
and unti. e. I tend that the public display of the 1 ,ar con>,regation but throughout
Torahs makes the congregation I (h(? wQ|.ld
txtra Something mindful of the seriousness of thej
' occasion. Others say that seeing
In fact, the Day School young- the Torahs. the congregants are re- Why do some congregations remove
iter read! the same books, enjoys minded of their failure to observe the Torah, while others remove
the same movies, and even keeps the 613 commandments required of w0- three, seven or even ail of
a stead; record favorite them throughout the text of the them?
football baseball teams. He's Torah. It is also maintained that It geems that originally only one
like other American Kids of his the Sifre Torah are held because Torah was taken out. (Tur, Orach
age. Th< only difference is that promises and vows are annuled at ,nlavum 0191 Technically, only
in addition to the three R's there's Kol Nidre. Since many promises 0ne is really required Some take
an extra something: character and vows are made over the Torah, (IU, lw(( Torahs to give the im-
building '.raining In iiseipltne, a over which one swears, the Torah p,-essjon that the Torahs are two
moral code and philosophy to live is held at the time the vows are wjln,.Ss,,s who testify to our gilt.
eo^etow JeVisrco^muni^lsoon for New York on a visit to j who enteredI Antioch "^ JJ
should provide scholarships for leading Jewish institutions to m- Jr the college S,tWHNMtfMNtt
---------- terview students for the Talmudic "le ot classes, ana dw uppeici-^
Theological College of America. \ men who had also been studyuu on
which will start classes in Novem- campus summer quarter, left 0-
| ber I jobs in 30 states or 14 foreign ca-aa-
Classrooms and living space for',nes
the first group of students is now Halpert. who graduated in June
available, and a proposed 5500.000 from Coral Gables Senior
building at 7811 Carlyle ave.. will School, was a member of National
eventually house the institution to Honor Society and National F
train rabbis on a total scholarship sic League, and received a Nal
basis al Merit Letter of Commendation.
Dr. Ever is chancellor of the col- He tentatively plans to study ac-
iege. counting and law
hv pridi in a Hebraic tradition, annuled.
GREETINGS
Associated Glass & Mirror Co.
HIALEAH SPRINGS
ALL TYPES OF GLASS
Expert Workmanship Storefronts
WindowsMirrorsFurniture Tops
Me-ber Hialeah, Miami Springs Chamber of Commerce
40 I. 9th STREET, Hialeah TU 8-8457
GREETINGS
ALL PURPOSE
SANITIZING CORP.
SANITIZING & DEODORIZING
Call 751-3951
137 N.W. 36th STREET Miami, Fla.
Others take out three to remind
both ourselves and the Almighty of
the three patriarchs. Abraham,
Isaac and Jacob, by whose grace
we beseech the Almighty for our
lives.
Some take out seven either to
represent the seven times we pro-1
claim "The LordHe is God" at
the end of Yom Kippur or to re-
mind us of the seven circuits
around the wall of Jericho before
it came tumbling down, hoping
thus that the wall of sin, which
separates us from the Almighty,
will likewise be broken down.
Those who take out all the Torahs
claim that it is not proper to re-
move some while embarrassing the
others, as a demonstration to the
public that even inanimate objects
should not be subjected to embar-
rassing discrimination. In some
congregations, the honor of hold-
ing these Torahs was auctioned off
obviously more honors could be
passed out or sold if all the Torahs
were taken out.
GREETINGS
Armen's House of Beauty
Latest Method of Hair Styling-Tinting
'AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT"
1363 CORAL WAY Ph. 373-7807
GREETINGS
STARTING A NEW BUSINESS?
Call UN 6-3212
PAT SCHAEFER
PUBLICITY, PROMOTIONS and
PUBLIC RELATIONS
Happy Holidays
R. J. THORBURN
Printing Equipment
80 E. 9th STREET HIALEAH
TU 5-2842
& 'v Si*1* $*** '" N"' "" ^et done in finest rtyle and taste.
"** rorli ..lid nraa retired baker. >" **"
ii.,j -.' w Lsl -
10/S-II-19-M I

.-*< ivt.i:\ "1 >!; 10 5 12
; Miami I PI PR J-6381
l.i 5-12-19-


I
University of Miami Symphony to Open
36th Season With Honegger Work Oct. 21

Alan Kipnis Adrienne Abramson
Steven Kern
<[jar ^s'Litzvah
Ac"r:er.ne Abramson
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
ai the Has Mitzvah of Adrienne,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Abramson, during services at Tem-
ple Kmanu-Kl on Saturday morn-
ing, Oct. 6.
Adrienne is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Nautilus Junior High and is
interested in dancing and horse-
back riding.
She will be honored at a reception
in the Eden Roc hotel following
the services.
*
Alan Kipnis
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs Theo-
dore Kipnis, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct.
6. at Temple Emanu-EI. with Dr.
Irving Lehrman officiating.
Alan is an eighth grade student
at Nautilus Junior High, and his
hobbies include stamp-collecting,
photography and athletics.
Surfside Student
To Head Hillel
William Ladcr. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry R. Lader. 9025 Byron
ave., Surfside. has been elected
president of Hillel at Florida State: kinds.
The celebrant will be honored al
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the ceremony, and at a reception
Saturdaj evening .it the Seville
hotel.

Irwin Pascul
Rabbi Mordeeai Podet will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Irwin
Pascul during services Saturday
morning. Oct. 6. at Temple Judea.
An honor roll student in the
eighth grade at Ponce Junior High.
[rwin is active in baseball and foot-
ball.
Parents of the celebrant are Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Pascul. 3751 SW
27th ter.
Steven Kern
The Bar Mitzvah of Steven, son
of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Kern, will
be celebrated Saturday. Oct. 6. at
the Mincha service in Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
A seventh grade student at the
Deerborne School in Coral Gables,
Steven has won a scholarship award
in social studies, and is an out-
standing student in history. He is
interested in political sicence,
American history, and sports of all
University in Tallahassee.
Lader. a senior majoring in crim-
inology and public relations, has
A reception in his honor will be
held at West view Country Club fol-
lowing the ceremony.

Nora Feldman
Nora Feldman. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Feldman. will cele-
brate her Has Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Oct. 6. at Beth David
services conducted by Rabbi Nor-
man N Shapiro and Cantor Will-
iam W Lipson in the main sanc-
tuary
Nora is a student in the eighth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High
School. She is interested in drama
and all the fine arts.
After the services. Mr and Mrs.
Feldman will host the Kiddush.
Steber, a leading soprano of the
Metropolitan Opera Company, as
guest solist. Miss Steber will
sing arias from "Tannhauser,"
"Fledermaos," and "Marriage of
Figaro." The major orchestral
cempositon will be Gustav Mah-
ler's symphony No. 4, in which
Miss Steber also will participate.
Philippe Entremoht, the 28-year'
old Fiench pianist who has be
hailed on five continents for bis
keyboard artistry, will make his
Miami debut at the Symphony's
fifth program Feb. 10 and 11. En-
tremont will perform Mozart's
Concerto in D. Cesar Franck's
S> mphonic Variations and Tchai-
kovsky's symphony No 7 will also
be hoard.
Israeli violinist Zvi Zeitlin as-
sumes the soloist spotlight Mar
. i 4 An artist who has appear-
ed throughout Europe and South
America, Zitlin last month shared
the Stage of the Israel Philharmonic
with Igor Stravinsky, who guest-
conducted the orchestra in a per
formance of the composer's Violin
Concerto at Tel Aviv. Zeitlin will
perfrom Mozart's Violin Concerto
No. 5 and Ben Haim's Violin Con-
certo." to be presented for the first
time in the United States.
Sergio Perticaroli, whom Sevitz-
Leslie Parnas. 32-year-old member j *>' discovered in Italy las.: year is
of the St. Louis Symphony, appears ^e piano sol.st Mar. 17 and 1* Re-
in his first major orchestral date
after winning second prize award
at Moscow's famed Tchaikovsky.
Competition last spring.
The miraculous story of the
French peasant girl who. in the 15th
century led armies against the
English and drove them from
France, will unfold musically and
dramatically at the orchestra's
third program Dec. 9 and 10 Head-1
eo by the talented actress Felicia
Montealegre (Mrs. Leonard Bern-
stein) as narrator in the title role
of "Joan of Arc at the Stake," the
Honegger oratorio also stars bass-.
baritone Donald Gramm; tenor
Jean Deis; actor Michael
Wager; three Miami sopranos.
Joyce McGrew, Salwa Morrige, and
Natasha (Feinmani Martin, and
the I'M chorus of 100 voices direct-
ed by Glenn Draper
Following a one-month interim
for the holidays, the season re-
somes Jan. 13 and 14 with Eleanor
The University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra opens its 36th an-
nual winter season Oct. 21 and 22,
featuring 15 internationally-known
guest artists and Fabrien Sevitzky
conducting the series of nine pair [
of concerts, which are presented on ,
Sunday evenings at Miami Beach
Auditorium and Monday evenings \
at Dade County Auditorium.
Sevitzky. who enters his fourth
v, ar as music director and con-
ductor Of the S.Vmember orchestra.
will lead the orchestra in the Ar-
thur Honegger dramatic oratorio.
Joan ol Arc at the Stake." to be
presented for the first time in Mi-
ami, and Ludwig van Beethoven's
Syphony No. 9.
UM Symphony manager Marie
Volpe announced that opening the
Greater Miami musical season
will be the noted Russian pianist,
Nikita Magaloff, scheduled to
make his local debut in a per-
formance of the Beethoven
Piano Concerto No. 3 in C
minor.
The major orchestral work in
this first program will be Igor
Stravinsky's "Firebird Suite." pre-
sented in celebration of the com-
poser's 80th birthday.
A prize-winning cellist takes the
soloist spotlight Nov. 11 and 12 as
FEUCM
MONTEAUGJc
cently hailed in his deb
ance with England's :
harmonic Orchestra und
rolli, the youth
will come to Miai;..
o:" critical acclaim I
and recital appe .
Europe He'll perf
turian's Piano Cone
On Mar. 31 ar.d Apr I n.
Stern returns for his, third ;a
pearar.ces with the UM 5 notion,
Orchestra. The ncted violin
tuoso will appear In a pr<
be announced later.
Concluding the sea- \
and 22 will be Beethovi
phony No. 9 in D minor
othy Coulter, soprano.
Wolff, mezzo-soprano; David I
tenor; and Kenneth Smith .,..
the UM chorus will participate
this performance. The four il i
ists will also be heard in the Bart
cantata. "Sleepers Awake.
Brahms "Alto Rhapsody'
i
succeeded in enrolling a record af-
filiation with Hillel among F.S.U.
students.
The B'nai B'rrth-sponsored or-
ganization is guided by Dr. Sid-
ney Kobre, Hillel counselor.
Lader said, in an edition of
"Hillel Speaks." the groups news-
letter, that considerable progress
has been made in building up the
organization on the Florida State
campus, and that top cultural pro-
grams have been strengthened by
various musical activities
Rail Passenger
Volume on Rise
Passenger traffic volume on the
Seaboard Air Line Railroad for the
summer season of 1962 was the
largest for any summer in a peace-
time year. James R. Getty, general
passenger traffic manager for the
system, said this week.
Seaboard's passenger business
has followed an upward trend in
recent years, and annually it is now-
more than double what it was prior
to World War II. Revenues through
Sept. 15 are running ahead of the
same period of last year. Increases
Cromwell Offers
'Ocean1 Rooms
The new kosher Cromwell hotel,
on the ocean at 20th st.. Miami
Beach, is now ottering a limited
number of ocean view and ocean
front rooms for as low as $5.50
per day. per person.
Abe Gefter has announced that
this includes meals, free chaise
lounges and mats, and free tele-
vision and radio in each room, as
j well as free parking adjoining the
! building, and nightly entertain-
ment.
Gefter, a well-known kosher
caterer, has been in Miami Beach
since 1945. Previously, he was
associated whh the Astor and
Marseilles hotels here.
Dietary laws and Sabbath are un-
der strict Orthodox rabbinical sup
Beth Am Club
Elects Freeman
Fust president formed Tempi. Beth Am post-con
firm.ition club is Mark Freeman.
ton at Mr I M Jack Fl
man
Members of the club are grad-
sates of the religious school, and
of the 40 now included. 10 will
comprise the first high school grad-
uaUon class in Beth Am's history
this coming June.
of seven per cent in May. nine per j ervision. and menus are prepared
cent in June. 15 per cent in July, i according to prescriptions of a |
19 per cent in August, and eight per physician where requested,
cent in the first half of September Gefter said that the hotel is al-
produced an overall increase of 13 ready planning a gala New Year's
per cent for the summer months | eve party night club style, includ
as compared with the same period, ing music, floor show, and banquet
of 1961. dinner absolutely free.
The increased popularity of Flor-
ida as a summer vacation resort,
together with the increased busi-
ness and pleasure travel to and
from other areas served by the Sea
board have contributed toward
making summer travel on the line
equally as great as that in the win-
ter season. Getty explained July
in recent years has been one of
Seaboard's largest passenger vol-
ume months of the year.
..Jetty stated that advance book-
for the remainer of 1962
indicate continuing gains through-
out the rest jf the year

GREETINGS
in:iu i:
AUTOMOTIVE
ELECTRIC
PARTS & SERVICE
STARTERS BATTERIES
VOLTAGE REGULATORS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
1854 NW 95th STREET
OX 1-0610
When you move
to town...or to
a new home...
Your Welcome Wagon
Hostess will call with a
basket of gif ts ... and
friendly greetings from
our religious, civic and
business leaders.
If you, or others you
know, are moving, be
sure to phone Welcome
Wagon.
HI 8-4994
WELCOME WAGON
33
Uii?
waM


Friday- October 5. 1962
"Jmistf fkjrkfem
Page 11-ft
Slsaac Wolkowsky
f Passes Away, 73
I A founding member of Temple
Ismt'l of Greater Miami died here
Monday. Oct. 1. Isaac Wolkowsky.
of 348 NE 21st St.. was 73.
His family settled in Key West
in 1871 He came to Miami 38
years aeo, and was the retired own-
er of several men's clothing stores.
Surviving Mr. Wolkowsky are his
wife. Freda: a son, David Will-
iam; two daughters. Miss Edna
Wolkowsky and Mrs Ruth Green-
field; and live grandchildren, all
jl Miami. k
Services were in Gordon Funeral
Home on Wednesday.
Surviving ,re nis rtf, Poll; tw., ,.m,
ncludlng Samuel; a daughter, two
,'-'"" rv -- i I ,, gramlchtl-
'i n" W..... ""' S("l,t in Beyer
Funeral Home.
LOUIS MORGAN
71. of 230 loth -i.. Miami Beach, died
sept. 16. He came here 110 vear* aeo
fr..,n Philadelphia, and a. i
Simon Named
'Realtor of Year'
Herbert Lee Simon, president of
the Miami Board of Realtors, has
LEGAL NOTICE
came
Washington
HARRY FLEISSIG ____
,f 1335 8W 15th It., die I Sept. 2s.
came here 12 years ago from New
rk and was a retire l Insurance
?nt. He was a member of the
tellte Cei ter and a Mason. Bor-
ing are son, Bernard; daughters,
- Paulina Fretlch -mi Mra Mae
ner; a sist.r and six grandchildren,
rices were Oct. I In Gordon Fu-
ll Home.
a retilr9'j been named "Miami Realtor of the
by a brother. ServTces were Sept. 17 Year."
USS, '"'"'" ..... rdo" '......M\ Designation was based on Sim-
MRs7oPHIE SOKOL i nH SerVite f IK" bard me.mberS
71. of 511 BW 13th ave.. lied Sept. 16. and semce to the cammunity.
she came here 10 years ago from Among Simon's achievements
she was a member of j .-,.-
f during his administration as presi-
surviv- dent in 1962, was the installation of
-ng are her husband, Charles; a son; .. .
two daughters, Mrs ijh Hvman and a county-wide Plat Book.
Mrs Mariin Kurkhardt; a brother.
Workmen's Circle, Branch 699. and of
Miami r'll-n.ity Social Club. Survlv-
sistcr. six grandchildren and
great-grandchildren. Bervti e.s
Sept. IS in ilorlon Kunent Horn
four
were
CARLOS SALAZAR
39, of 1771 SW 28rd ter.. died Sept. IS
In Caracas. Venezuela He came here
11 years ago from Cuba. Surviving ire
: his wife. Sara: daughter, Beatrix .
! son, Carlos; two brothers, Luis and
.William, and i sis .-. Ms Mi WU
; saiazar. Local arrangements were
I handled by th RiversH- Memorial
Chapel, Douglas rd.
MRS. IDA LEVINE PLAVNICK
",'. .f 1500 Hay rd.. Miami Beach, died
S'. 29. she came here 24 years ago
from Savannah. Oft. She w-as a life
member of the Coral Qftbles It'nal
B'rlth, and the Hadassah of Miami
Bench Surviving are her husband,
Alex; sons, Murraj and .-'am Levlne;
.! ivhters, Mrs. Frances Landers and
Mr- Bstelle Talk; 19 grandchildren.
an.I one greal-grandchlld. Services
* Del l 'ti Gordon Mineral Horn.-.
HARRY GORDON
77 of 2421 i.ake Panooast lr died
t>< I* In th New York Hospital af-
. long illness. H" was a mem-
I of Z.O.A., B'nal Krith. Ocean
ij .1. wish Center and Temple
Beth Rholom of Miami Beach. Survlv-
i i his wife, Lena; n son. Marvin;
daughters, Mrs. Tllla Ooldsteln
ind Mr-. Belli r..rsln: one grandchild
i one great-grandchild
IS'DORE WEIDENFELD
. ..f 2i Mli Mean ave Miami Beach,
Idled Sept. :';'.. He ranif here 12 years
laao from N* a York and was a re-
Itlred egq wholesaler. H*> was b mem-
Iber if the Miami Beach Workman's
[Circle Surviving are his wife, Syl-
|\ two sons, a daughter and *ven
grandchildren. Service, were Sent
!-'> in Riverside Memorial Chapel, Al-
I -r. rd
HARRY HOLMBERS
I 71, of 775 Dftde blvd., Miami Beach,
j died Sept. 21. He came here 12 years
ago from Oreen, N V. and was In the
, trucking bus'n.-s.- He was a veteran
j of Wi rid War I, and is survived by a
) brother, Martin Ser\ does were Sept.
I 2S In Riverside Memorial Chapels, Al-
ton rd.
**r
MRS. LENA FINKELSTEIN
>f 2431 Nw 182nd ter.. lied Sept.
She cam- here 12 years ago from
New York. Surviving are a daugh-
ter, Mrs Mar.. Renen; two sons, five
grandchildren an.i nine greal ind-
chlldtvn Bervl es were in New Fork
with local arrangements by Beyer
Funeral Home.
L.EVINE
ter., ii'-d sept
MORTON
19, of 7510 SW lth ter .lied Sept 22.
He came here 10 years ago from New
York and was a refrlgeratl n en^i-
ii. .a He was i hancellor of the Flag-
ler-Gable* Knights >f Pythias, Sur-
viving? are his wife. Zeida; a son. N'eai;
Three daughters. Mrs Howard Sacks.
Mrs. Morton Brsttlng inl Mrs. Mlch-
elle 1-evine. his mother, two brothers
and seven grandchildren
were Sept. 2; in Oord in
Home
Bervices
Kuneral
MRS. MARGARET MARIENTMAL
wint.-r resident of Miami Beach for
la" \ears. rtii .! foot, I.". She was an
loffloer of th Cardiac Home, a mem-
Iber of (he H ". Kelief and Hida--
|ah. Surviving are her husband,
harles: rhr, daughter* six grand-
hildrcii. flv slaters and a brother
Fervle. w.re held in l>-trolt.
OTTO OUTRATH
' ll?|i> NK Mh ave died s. pt
He cam.- here ?' '.-a-s -i--. from
ni. an.I -a- a retired Armv s~r-
-ani Service* were Sent 27 with
iv-rsid.- Memorial Chanel, ivmnlas
I., in chart.'- .
MRS. ANNA BYRNE
".. ..f !;- \r -xiv, vt .i|...) _<,.,,, o-
Bhe came here 2'! eenm ago from
Philadelphia. Surviving trr 'or loo.
Ihers including I'huin ss-lioltr -.nrt
sisters Incl'idint m-- ..- in-,
lock Ser\tcea w.-re in Phlladel-
pnia ivl|h local M'-ranK-m-nts l.\- *;..r-
>n Puneral Home.
MRS FUZA'ETHCUTL^R
v .f 2>v, PVT -.'-,,1, ,|i..,| s,.|lt 2<
came hen :-. ver, ,_.,, rroIr
idmere ill v y SurWvlne are
' bii.-i.an.l. Jesse; son, Harvev; a
>.t. i". .i-...,, .,n,| twogrind-
'oidr.-n. s, ,-, ,.,.. W(.r.. ,.!,, lM |
Slverslde M< norlal Chapel, Hondas
MRS. CLARA SHAPIRO
I'-nnsylvanii ve., died
P si,. ,.> h,.r i- ,,,.,,.. .,._.,
in Ashnrj Park. N.J. She was a
a,!" .....rf'>T "f ih.- \i|.....i Rene)'
vorkmans Circle. Surviving are
- Harry, Milton -nd I.....; dan-b
Mi. Ethel Martel and Mr-
!".. rirossman; a brother. Aaron
".""l, "'~;:V X Thelma Oolden
' id Mrs Ethel I! r .. n n e r and siv
inrtchlldren Servtaita were Oct, I
in Newman Funeral Home
MARK TRIBBUS
10, of 14 Bth St., Mlnmi Beach, died
Sepl. 21. He came here 14 years ago
from New Fork and w is a retired isir-
ber. H- is survived by a daughter.
Services wore Seat 24 under direction
.f llcy.T Fun-ril Home.
LEG4L NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR.OA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10181
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a
i'nit.-i s1 .-...- i orp tratlon,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Jor>V HERRMANN, et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JODY HERMANN an I RICHARD
HERMANN, her husband
YOL' ARK HEREBY notified that
soil liis been filed In tli above styled
Court to foreclose that certain mort-
gage given by n REEJS THISTLE.
INC.. to MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
SAVINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
TION, dated March 13. h'57, recorded
March 14, L57 under Clerk's File No.
QO-4412S, of the Public Records of
Da.de County, Florida, against the
following described property, lying
and being in Hal.- i.'.niiin. Florida.
to-wit:
Lot : in Block 33 of IVES ESTATES
8ECTK >N i. iccoi III I to the Plat
thereof, recorded in i'lal I look ; >
at Page 79 Of the Public Records of
Had.- County, Florida.
You are required to serve copy of
I o utswer or pleading m the Plaint-
iffs ittorneya, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen
.'v Rose, 41)7 Lincoln Road, M i a ill i
Beach. Florida, and file the original
answer in the Office if the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
1th day of November, 1962; otherwise
the allegations of said Complaint will
I bo taken, as confessed bj you.
Dated at Miami, Dade County. Flor-
ida, this Srd day of October, 1962,
E. P. l.EATHERMAN. Clerk
(seal! By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy clerk
10 '5-13-19-26
hi.
, 1962
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 570O8-B
IN RE: Estate of
ROBERT M. STEWART.
died Sept. 20 He :ame here 12 years Deceased.
ago from New York. He was a Ma-on NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Surviving is a son, Arthur J**[559S!lTo All creditors and aii Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demand* Against Said
BENJAMIN NARM
"2. of 13*><> Collins ;ive, Miami Beach,
were in N- York with Riverside
Memorial Chapels In Charge.
14,
BENJAMIN SILVER
.f 171" Jefferson or. di-1 Sept.
He came here '16 years ago from
Columbia. S.C. an I ms a refl ed
jeweler He was a Ma-in, i member
of the Scottish Bit-. Shrin.-. Elks an I
Temple Emanu-E' Surviving) are a
on, Seymour; tw > daunhters. Mrs.
Ethel Slegel and Miss Ruth Silver,
ami four grandchildren. Services wore
Sept. 23 in River.: i- Memorial Chap-
-ls. Alton rd
in
Mem trial
MRS. ANNA WALOMAN
<2. of 3300 Collins ave.. Miami Beach,
lied Sepl 19 She came here 22 yearg
ago from New v.-; Surviving are
her husband. Albert ind a brother.
Maurice Freldberg. Services wer-
Brooklyn with Rlversl le
Chapels in charge.________
HARRY J. KATZ
71 of 1631 SW 102nd ave. diel Sept.
He came he 13 years igo I im
N.u York and n i- i retired house
painter. He la mrvlved >i hh wile.
Hilda Service* were Sepl 21 al M:.
Xebo Cemeter inder the dlrectl >i
Gordon Punernl Home.
Estate:
lull are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an\ claims and de-
mands which you ma> have againai
the estate of ROBERT M. STEWART
deceased late of Hade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judge- of Dade
County, and file the same in their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County. Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
JEROME H WEINKI.E
Executor
WEINKLE & KESSLER
Attorneys
M4 Se>bold Building
Miami ;(2. Fiorina
1U/..-12-19-26
I
:
[.
.s
I 1.
li.
SARAH ELLIS
N' fork, who was a Miami
ach resld, ni for M years died Sent
-in "a- s life member of the
aish Mom. for the A red In Miami
""in* i- .i so,,. Irving: a dauith-
os Ruth Shapiro; two Bisters,
' ''oih.-s. ,, L-randchll.l and one
' .'"'.'.din.i. Bervtres were Rent
i'l'.-i"" ,V"''K "l,h Riverside Mem-
.....lapeln In charge.
, GEOROE MARSH
1850 SW r.th st., died Sept. 15.
i ime here |n years ago rrom ilaltl-
and .,
i
i.l Home in charee
> ears .:. rrom
a retired cftrpenter
Sent, in with Beyer
JACOB ROSENBFRG
ISI1 SW 17th ter., died Sepl. IS.
'mi I,, r. i-, yea-* a*o from
""'"" and was a retired garment
. iiifactur.r snrvlvina are his wife.
, -"li. Nathan: a daughter, siv
> hiidr.-n ..nd four rreat-gmnd-
I v.,!, ," Servh-e* were in Brooklyn
'o. ni arrangements bv Cordon
.1 II..m. .
STANLEY TINTER
"'. '.....'alnlonta, Coral Cables,
"I'l 'v He came here 18 y. ar*
'rorn New Tnrk and was the own-
' Ihe Di ; Rio Finance Corn. He
I m ml,, r n* Beth Da\-ld. Tun
ion Phi fraternity, a graduate of
i'1 I'ntverslfv and a v.-'crnn of
'd War II Surviving am his wife.
'' four sons. Jay, Steven. Rich-
nd Daniel: bis parents Mr and
Alexander Tlnter, and a brother.
Bervlci ere Sepl 19 In I k>r-
1 ineral Horn.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57213C
IN RE: Estate >f
BENJAMIN MILLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit ire and All Persons Hav-
ing Cliims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired l present any riaima and de-
mand- which you maj have against
the estate of Benjamin Miller de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Had Coun-
ty, ind file the samo in duplicate and
as provided in Section 7S3-1*!, Florida
Statutes, in their office- in the
Count* Courthouse in Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar month*
from the time of the Orel publication
hereof, or the same will be barred
i ,..- i it Mi imi. F lorida, ibis ist
lav .f i .her. A.D,
LEON A. EPSTEIN
a Executor
First publication if tins notlc on
the 5th day of o >'"-. I I
Attorney for- Executor
ISO Lin iln Rd.. M B Fla
' i 12-19-26
Km
Km
W
An
e a
Mr,
Si
BENNI MILLER
- 13320 \\v nth *ve lied
e earn.- lor.- |g years ago from
\\
vv York and was a retired baker,
Riverside Opens
Another Facility
Riverside Memorial Chapels,
with three locations in the Greater
Miami area, has opened a new
$850,000 facility at 1963 Grand Con-
course and 170th St, in the Bronx,
NY.
The imposing white marble and
brick building stands in the lite of
the chains former Bronx iiome., IjEOX A, BPSTEIN
Chapels are also located in Man-
hattan, Brooklyn, Far Roekavvay,
Mt, Vernon.
In addition to > cnsfrwction
program Riverside has been con-
ducting in the Now York r*,
more then a million dollars has
been spent over the last two
years in an expansion program in
Greater Miami.
A new chapel was built and open-
ed at 1920 Alton ri Miami Beach,
during the past year and beautifi-
cation of existing chapels wa, com-
pleted at the Normandy I^le loca- ,i, 'ountj Judges of n.i.
tion and at the Douglas Road chap.; '-"-;. -to.e
el just outside ^oral GaDIes. Florida Statutes, In their ofTices in
., u .i _.j u.. di,. the County Courthouse In DadeOoiin-
The new chapel opened ay Kv- tVi F,or|da wh,n ,, ,.,,,..,,,,. moutbf
erside in the Bronx was designed from the time if the first publication
i-i. r .c ntj, Vnrlr ritv her-of. or the same will be barred.
by Ralph Left, of New York Uty. ,,.., (. v ., ,.., ,ri,, ,,,js .,7:ll
who also designed Riverside s | day of ber, A.D. im
Brooklyn am! >". 'hapels.|
Interiors, done by Miss Margaret I th|" -;,.!.- .
McCune. of the Jo in Stuar: ur.ii Myers. 1 .'.
nNewYor^ar.ligiUaod^orful. Atton
yet done in finest ityle and taste. I 10/5-1J-19-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PR03ATE
N). 571703
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB liKRNHTKIN. 'Is., known
as JACK BERNSTEFN,
Dece i !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ri. in or- and All Persona Hav-
ing Claima Demand* Agalnai said
Estate:
Yni are hereby notified ird re-
quired to (ires.oit any claims and i.--
mands which you maj have against
the -iite of JACOB BERNSTEIN,
also known i- JACK BERNSTEIN
i i [ate f I ide Count y. l^l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10565
THE Wll.l.l AMSBTOGH 8AVINOS
BANK.
Plaintiff.
V8.
PINUEY JONES, TKlsri-'K IN
BANKRL'I'Tt'Y, i.AKI.AND LAN-
THRON and WI1.MA I.ANTHRON.
his wife. AIJJKRT UKNK DA WE.
single man. CATHL.EEN DAWE. a
single woman. HELEN SHERMAN.
EXECUTRIX OK THE ESTATE IF
MORRIS HORN, and the UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: GARLAND LANTHRON and
WII.MA I.ANTHRON, his wife,
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN,
ALBERT OENE DAWE, a single
man, RESIDENCE UNKNOWN.
CATHLKEN DAWE. a slnRle
woman. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
and the unknown spouse of any d. -
Cendant, whose marital status is not
correctly stated If Hying, and If any
of the named defendants are dead,
the unknown heirs, devisees, grxni-
ees. assignees, lienors. creditors, trus-
tees or other claimants claiming by,
through, under or against any of the
above named defendants who are de-
ceased:
You are hereby notified that the
above captloned action has been In-
stituted against you in th.- Circuit
Court of the Eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida In and for Dade Coun-
ty to foreclose a mortgage upon Ihe
following described reel property:
Lot 3, Block &, FIRST ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY, according to th.-
Plat thereof, recorded In I'lat R. ok
60. Page 19. of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida together
with all structures. Improvement*
and fixtures attached thereto
You are required to file your an-
swer t., plaintiff* complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plalntltf's
attorney MARTIN KINK. H:h Floor
I Dade Federal Kldg.. Miami 32,
\ Ida. not later than November ."
lor a Decree Pro Confesao will I., en-
tered against you.
Dated September 28, 1964.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
I Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: K. M. LYMAN
De]iiit\ Clerk
I MARTIN FINK
i Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Fluor Dade Federal Hldg
Miami 32. Florida
10/6-18-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57222B
IN UE: Estate of
BENJAMIN JOS8EM
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons lla\
ing Claims .-r Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t<> present any claims and de-
mand* which you may have again*!
the estate of BENJAMIN Jussim
deceased late of DADE County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dad-
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their office* iii
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this S7th
il.iv of September. A.D. lltfiL'.
HENRIETTA J088BM
As Executrix
BYRON I.. SI'ARHEK
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
10/5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57201-C
IN REl Estate of
HARRY ROTHMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate
You are hereby notified and ie-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may ha,a- against
the estate of HAUKY ROTHMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
tO the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sam,- in theii office*
In the County ''ourthouse in 1 ia.|.
County, Florida, within six calendar
mouths from the date ..f the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
LEONARD E, H. ROTHMAN
Executor
WEINKI.E A KKSSI.EK
Attornej -
M I Seybold Itiiilding
Miami 32, Florida
1" 5-12-19-26
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
I'd ALL TO Wlln.M THESE PRES
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereas. SIDNEY S SACHS. MI-
AMI. FLORIDA: LEON LABBIE,
MIAMI. FLORIDA: ELAINE LAB-
BIE, MIAMI. FLORIDA; did on the
10th day Of March. A.D 1956. .an.-.
to be incorporated under the laws ..(
the Slate of Florida SACHS BROS
JEWELRY A U>AN IM, INC. ., .,,,-
poratlon, with its principal place of
business al MIAMI. DADE COUNTY,
in the State of Florida, and whereas
such corporation did on the -.'itb da)
of September, A.D. 1932, cause to be
filed in the office of the Secretary of
Mate ol the Slat.- of Florida, the
do, unieiiiai> authority required under
Section 108.27. Florida Statutes, show-
ing th.- dissolution of such corpora-
tion.
NoW. therefore, the Se. retail of
State do.s hereby certify to the fore-
coin,, mi,| that he is satisfied thai til.
requirements of the law have been
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto sel mj haml and havt
affixed ihe Greal Seal of the :
Mat.....' Florida, at Tallahassee,
the Capital, this the TWENTY-
Kot'HTII day of SEPTEMBER,
A D. 1962
I >M ADAMS
se, i etarj ol State
ni .". (2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
PREFERRED REALTY at 9550 Bay
Harbor Terrace, Baj Harbor Island,
Miami Beach 54, Fla.. Intends to reg-
ister said name with th. Clerk of the
Circuit Court ..f Dad.- Cotintv. Florida.
BRET CIPE8 *i SKI.MA CUES.
I 'arm, i s
:. 2310/5, 12. 19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20918
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Martin Morg.-nstern. holder of County
|'a\ Sal.- Certificate No. 3137 Issued
the 1st day of June. A.D. 1960. has
filed same in my office, and has made
application fi-r a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property in the
Cotintv of Dad., state of Florida, to-
wlt:
Lot 13 Peacocks Re-Sub Lots
2 & .'! Rlk 16 Plat ISook 1 Page 1SI
in the County of Dad.-. State of
Florida
The assessment of said property un-
der the said certificate was In the
name of Ethel L. Lewis.
Unless sab! certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the property
described h.r.in will he sold to the
hlfhesl ladder at the Court House door
on th. first Monday in the month of
November, 1932, which is the 5th day
.,f November, 192.
Dat.d this 24Uh day of September.
1932,
E. P LEATHERMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court. Dade
is. a! i County. Florida
B) R M l.EEI'KR.
1 leputy clerk
-.10/5-12-19-83
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57142A
RE: Kstate of
LEON R BELMONT.
I'. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims ..r Damages Again Said
Estate:
You are herebv notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you may hive against the
.state of LEON R. BELMONT deceas-
ed lat. of Dade County. Florida, to the,
Countv Judges of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7.18. FL-rida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the Couy
Courthouse In Dad.- Com.ly, r lorida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
D.t.d at Miami. Florida, this 24 day
,.f September. A D I'":-
MAltloN B BELMONT
As Executrix
K.iVNKK .v MANNHEIMER
Ail. rn.v for Executrix
I'.. Lincoln Road
Miami Bench. Florida m ,9
IN-
To
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57011-B
IN RE: Estate of
EMMA KERSHNER.
Deceased. __._..
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Tou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate ,.f EMMA KERSHNER de-
ceased late of Dade County. Floiida.
to the County Judges of Dade count-
ty, and file the -am. in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.11 Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the < oun-
tv Courthouse in Dade County. Flor-
ida within six calendar months from
Ihe' time of the first publication here-
of ,.r the same will be barred.
Dai.d at Miami. Florida, this tn
.lav of Sept. A.D.. 1962.
SAMUEL KKRSHNER
a.- Executor
First publication of Ihis notice on
the Mtb day "f September. l'2.
F'AINCE. F'INK .v FORMAN
Attorney for Executor
1502 Centres. BW.. WMfcJgfo,, w,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
|lriess Ulld.r the flctlle-US 11-11116 oT
TERRY KEY PERSONNEL al J3M
Building, North Miami Beach. Flor-
ida intends to register si.i.l name with
the Clerk of the Circuit > ourl of Dado
County. Florida.
TERESA cot I.D1.N
Pole Owner
in 5-12-19-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7056
I \ Yl.i 'RD .1 WILLIAMS,
Plaintiff,
PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS. '
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i PEARLJJtOSE WILLIAMS
104 Brook* Street
I;., -t Boston. Massachusetts
You. PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS, are,
I,, i. bj notified thai a Bill of Com-
plalnt for Divorce ha* been filed
against vou, and you are required to
serve cop> of your Answei or
Pleadlns In th< Bill "f Complaint on
the Plaintiff* attorney. LEWIS P.
COHEN, 1151 S.W FinM Street. Suite
207, Miami :''. Florid* and file the
original Answei 01 Pleading In the
oitii.....f the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the Mh day ..f
November, 1982 If you fall to do so,
judgment bs default will b. taken
against you for the relief demanded
in ihe Bill of Comiilalnt,
Thl* noil., shall be published once
ea.-h w.ek for four consecutive weeka
in I'l IE JEWISH I'L. iKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 1st .la- of October, A D.
p...:
E i: [JCATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit c.....t. D...I. County. Florida
is. all Bj C P C< d'ELAND
DepilU Clerk
LEWIS F COHEN
1 150 SW l.-t SI Suite '-'"7
Miami J8, Fla.PR J-8381
10/8-12-19-13
1,1



Page 12-3
*Jenisf Mcridffar
Friday, October r igeg
UMDtK THf JTWCT AND CONSTANT LOCAl KAB^NICAl SOPHV/J/ON OF KABBI TIBOK H. STEBH
T15HRI 10th DAY
n
2"s^ fl*
7
OCTOBER 8ih DAY
The HOLIEST Day In
the Jewish Calendar...
Jo our many -rrienas
nd \_customers and Jheir j~arnilies
*^/rlay <_/"te grant yon a good
life, ana a good and under-
standing heart, that yon ehoose
the righteous way of life with
Jor ah ana aooa deeds*
IN OBSERVANCE OF YOM KIPPUR
ALL FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
WILL BE CLOSED THIS MONDAY,
OCTOBER 8rh
m