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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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clfewish Flor idian
Volume 35 Number 41
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida. Friday, October 12, 1962
Two Sections Price 20 MUST HIRE JEWS
N.Y. Orders
Aramco Bar
To be Ended
By Special Report
NEW YORKIn a sweeping de-
cision, the New York State Com-
mission for Human Rights this
week ordered the Arabian Ameri-
.an Oil Company (Aramco) to stop
discrimination against Jewish job
applicants.
The ruling, climaxing a six-year
legal battle launched against Aram-
co by the American Jewish Con-
gress. wa> hailed by Shad Polier.
w ho served as counsel for the Jew-
i.-h group, as "a landmark decision
in the effort to protect the equal-
ly of all Americans and to safe-
guard against the importation of
foreign prejudice and discrimina-
tion to our shores."
Polier. who is chairman of the
national Governing Council of the
Congress, listed these highlights of
the decision:
"1) The Commission vindicat-
ed the American Jewish Congress
charge that Jews had been ex-
cluded from all employment with
Aramco, in New York as well as
in Saudi Arabia, in violation of
the State Fair Employment Law.
"2) Tht Commission upheld the
AJCongres.c claim that Aramco
had no legal basis for screening
persons seeking work in Saudi-
Arabia by requiring them to fill
out visa applications and rejecting
those applications who were Jew-
ish.
"31 The Commission confirmed
the AJCongress accusation that
there were in fact no Jewish em-
ployee* in the company, here or
Bbroad,
"4) The Commission sustained
the right of the Congress to seek
to safeguard the civil, political.
Continued on Page 13-A
Moscow Synagogue Hit
During Holiday Services
SHAD POLItR
. landmark decision
Britain May
Join Missile
Sale to Israel
LONDON (JTA) Britain
was reported in diplomatic circles
| here to be considering the sale of
England's famed "bloodhound '
missiles to Israel. "There are good
I prospects of such a sale by Brit-
ain." these sources stated.
At the same time, word was re
ceived here that the Soviet Union
has pledged to speed delivery of
promised armament shipments to
at least three of Israel's Arao en-
emies. Egypt. Iraq and Syria. The
Russian promise was reportedly
given in New York by Moscow's
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gro-
myko. who conferred with leading
Egyptians. Syrians and Iraqis at-
tending the United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly.
Russia was reported to have
given these weapons assurances to
the Arab representatives as a re-
sult of the decision by the United
States Government to sell Hawk
ground-to-air missiles to Israel.
NEW YORK (JTA) Reports
that the central synagogue of Mos-
cow, largest and most important
Jewish house cf worship in the
Soviet Union, was stoned on the
first day of Rcsh Hashona, while j
High Holy Day services were in '
progress before a congregation
crowded beyond capacity, were
confirmed here Sunday by highly |
reliable sources. The Jewish Daily j
Forward first reported the occur-
rence here on Saturday.
According to the reports, receiv-
ed here, Moscow's central syna-
gogue was jammed with worship-
ers, while an overflow crowd of
hundreds of other Jews milled in
the street outside the edifice,
when suddenly a hail of stones
smashed through several windows,
shattering the glass and shower-
ing the worshippers with broken
splinters cf glass.
Services were being conducted
at the moment by Moscow's ven-
erable Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib
Levin. Shocked by the stoning,
Continued on Page 10-A
IN DEBATE WITH SCHOLAR
Toynbee Resumes His Private
Battle Against the Jewish State
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) Brit-
ish historian Arnold Toynbee re-
newed his attack on Jewish claims
to Israel in the current issue of
the Jewish Quarterly Review, pub-
lished by Dropsie College, which
appeared Tuesday. He was be
jutted in the same issue by Prof
Solomon Zeitlin. noted Jewish his-
torian.
The exchange resulted from an
article by Dr. Zeitlin in the July
1961 Review which was published
with an earlier article by Dr.
Toynbee. In the current issue. Dr.
Toynbee contended that his main
thesis was "that the human rights
of the inhabitants of a country
SOMETHING SHOULD Bt DONE
Opening of UN to Bring
Renewal of Refugee Fray
By SAUL CARSON
Argentine Priest Says Church
Harbors Fountain of Prejudice
Court Hears
Nazis' Case
LONDON (JTA) A detec-
tive chief i Spector testified in the
trial of four British National So-
cialist leaders now taking place
here that a can of sodium chlorate
found in a raid on the neo-Nazi
group's headquarters had had the
label "weedkiller" change;! to
'Mew-killer."
'he testimony was given by In
specter George Williams, who said
the can was one of seven seized in
the Aug. 10 raid. On trial are
Colin Jordan, 39, leader of the
group; John Tyndall, 26. secretary;
Denis Perie, 23, assistant secre-
'ary; and Roland Kerr Ritchie, 42.
research officer.
They are charged with violating
Britain's Public Order Act for hav-
Continued en Pag* 3 A
Bl'ENos AIRES(JTA)Father
Carlos Cucchetti, co-founder of the
; Argentine Jewish-Christian fratern-
ity, was quoted in an interview this
week as declaring that "we cannot
affirm the church hierarchy act
ually organizes and incites anti-
Semitism but it can be said that
; the hierarchy has not adopted
j steps to prevent such outbursts
I generated in Catholic institutions
j and schools."
The priest was asked by I.a Luz.
' a Jewish fortnightly journal, to
comment on a recent report in the
New York Times quoting Argen
tine Jews to the effect that the
Catholic Church is one of the main
factors in anti-Semitism here.
"It cannot be said that the
pulpits in certain churches are
chairs of anti-Semitism, but cer-
tain priests use their pulpits to
disseminate the ideas from
which religious anti-Semitism
emanates," he replied. As an
example, he cited Father Vor-
gilie Filippo, parochial priest of
the Immaculate Conception
Continued on Page 9 A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) -
Every year, just before the Gen-
ual Assembly convenes its regular
session the Carnegie Endowment
for International Peace, tradition-
ally a devout supporter of the UN's
major purposes and aims, pub-
lishes a pamphlet called "Interna-
tional Conciliation." summarizing
the issues facing the forthcoming
Assembly session "International
Conciliation" has always presented
its summary in bland fashion, iden-
tifying the issues dispassionately.
stating its facts with utmost ac-
curacy, restricting the few opion-
ions it expresses to sensible, real-
istic prognoses. This year, the vol-
ume dealing with the issues before
the 17th session of the Assembly,
now under way. has been an ex-
ception.
Of particular interest here, to
tho-e in close touch with Arab-Is-
raeli issues, is the chapter deal-
ing with the Palestine (meaning
Arab) refugees. The agenda item
dealing with that topic will be ex
plosive. But when the shouting
by the Arab representatives is
done, the main outlines of the prob-
lem will still be there.
This year, the Assembly should
do something definitive about the
refueee problem. That's not to
say 'hat it willit is only a re-
minder that it should. For the
current session is the last prior
to the expiration of the mandate
un:'er which the United Nations
Relief and Wcrks Agency for Pal-
e<*ine Refugees operates. That
mandate expires at the end of
next June.
The I'.NRWA program has cost
nearly S400.UOO.000 since it was
launched in 1950. Of that total,1
the U.S.A. contributed about 70 per
cent, a total of over a quarter-of-a-
Continued on Pa.-je 11-A
override the historical claims of
the descendants of people who
were inhabitants of the same coun
try a long time ago, but who have
not constituted more than a small
minority of the population for a
long time past." He said that Dr.
Zeitlin had failed to take direct is-
sue with this thesis.
The Jewish historian replied
that Jewish claims as crystal-
Hied in the restoration of Israel
had been validated by the Unit-
ed Nations, that the State of Is-
rael had been recognized by most
countries of the world, and has
been a member of the United
Nations since 1949.
Dr. Zeitlin rejected Dr. Tony
bee's contention that what pre
vented the Arab refugees from re-
covering "those lands" was the re-
fusal of Israel to agree to their
reinstatement. Dr. Zeitlin then
cited documentary evidence that
the Arabs in Palestine had been
ordered by Arab leaders to leave
the area and that those Arabs who
; had ignored those orders had con-
| tinued to live at peace in Israel
I "with seven representatives in the
Knesset."
The Jewish historian called Dr.
Continued on Pe.ge 11-A
PROf. ARNOLD TOYNBtt
.. time posset
US Mid-East Policy on Old Course
JOHNSON PtAN REJECTED PAGE B-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Indi-
cations of an American initiative
regarding current Middle East is-
sues, which may become more evi-
dent during the current 17th Gen-
eral Assembly of the United Na-
tions, do not point to any substan-
tial change in the United States
Government attitude toward Israel,
informed sources here said this
week.
That consensus emerged despite
a spate of rumors and reports of
a more favorable United States pol-
icy toward Israel The sources here
agreed that while there was an
American understanding of Israel's
security situation, there were wide
divergences of opinion between Is-
rael and Washington policy-mak-
ers on specific issues.
Observers here cited as a parti-
cular example the refusal of the
United States delegation to sup-
port the li-nation resolution of
the General Assembly last year
calling for direct Arab-Israel
peace talks. Another example cit-
ed here is the United States ap-
proach to the Arab refugee prob-
lem. Israel regards this prob-
lem as a humanitarian one which
should be treated separately from
the complex political issues in
Continued on Page 7-A


Page 2-A
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Friday, October 12. 1982
Sukkoth Observance Opens at Sabbath Services
Saturdav and Sunday this weekend launch the observ- tion. 1401 NW 183 rd St.. will mark ner. becomes Bar Mitzvah during
. known as the Feast of the Tabernacles The holiday1 Sukkoth beginning with services Saturday morning services at 8:45
Services on
ance of Sukkoth
celebrates the bounties of the harvest season, and is marked by the; Friday at 8:15 p.m
Rabbi Harold a.m.
erection of temporary booths at home and the synagogue, where fruits
are eaten and enjoyed. Final days of the SukkJ'.h festival will be ob-
served at Shemini Atieret services Saturday. Oct. 20. and Simchas Torah
on Sunday. Oct. 21
The intervening days between the
first two days of Sukkoth this week-
end and the final two days are
down as Choi Hamoed. Friday.
Oct. 19. '! ity pi- > l

*
Atzeret. is known as Hoshanah Rab-
bah. With the celebration of the
last two days of Sukkoth. the High
Holy Day season comes to an end.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate
at Sukkoth services of Temple
Eminu-EI, 1701 Washington ave.
on Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
morning services are at 9 a. m.
r. Lehrman will preach, with oi David Roseafeld will officiate
CANDltUGHTWG TIME
14 Ti3hri 5:39 p.m.
1 *
...
koth will be ushered :n at services
Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
Richter will officiate and preach on Sukkoth wi,| be launched at the
SukkothSeason Joy. Saturday M#brew Academy, 2400 Pinetrec
services are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon (,r on Fridav at 5.45 p m. Rab
will be "Sukkoth Guests." On Sun- hi_4>vaa'W 'jOtf* wi" officiate
day. 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Richter will an^reach 1(n bth days. Satur-
discuss "Pillars of Glory." Mincha day service8 are at g a m an(|
services both days are at 5:45 p.m. (he sermm win oe 'Sukkoth-
Cantor Emanuel Mandel renders Jewish Thankssjiving Festival.1
the musical portions of the liturgy. Qn Sunday the Mrmon will be "Re
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will of- joicing with the Almighty." Min-
ficiate at services of Your/j Israel cha both days is at 5:45 p.m.
>f Greater Miami, 900 NE 171-1
Cantor Hirsch Adler rendering the'
musical portions of the liturgy.
Sunday services will also be at 3
a.m. Mincha both days is at 5:45
p.m. Title ot his Sabjaih mornin.
sermon is "Drama of the Sukkoh.'
On Sunday he will discuss "In the
Shadow of the Most High."
Observance of the Feast of the
Tabernacles will be launched at
Temple B'nai Sholom, 163' XW
and preach 3t Sukkoth services Sat
urday and Sunday morning at 9
a m.. with Saturday afternoon serv-
.ces scheduled for 5:45 p.m.
Rabbi Morton ShaJowitz will of-
iciate at services Friday evening
it Congregation Ysbudas Moshe
13630 W. Dixie hwy. at > p.m. Ser-
mon will be "The Shaky House "
Cantor Maurice Neu will render
the musical portions of the liturgy.
22nd ave.. on Friday evening. 8:30! which ushers in the Sukkoth ob-
p.m Rabbi S. Max Machtei and: servance. Services Saturday and
Cantor Lester Chananie will offic-j Sunday will be it 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
iate. Sermon is "SukkothSeason] Junior services a III be held in con-
of Gladness." Saturday morning! junction with adult services in
services will be 9:30 am Rabbi! Popiel Hall
Machtei's sermon is scheduled as; At the Israelite Center, 3175 SW
"The Symbols." Services on the j 25th it.. R3bbi Morton Malavsky
second day of Sukkoth will begin j wnj bunch the Sukkoth observance
at 9:30 a.m. Sermon is "The Suk-: Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday
kah: Portable but Durable." | morning services will be 8:30 am,
Temple Beth Shiran, 11527 So. with the Rabbi's sermon scheduled
Dixie hwy.. will hold its first Suk- as "The Symbol of Sukkoth." Can-
koth Sabbath service Friday, 3 tor Louis Cohen will render the
p.m., on its own four acres of land musical portions of the liturgy.
at Montgomery dr., and SW 77th Sunday. 8:30 a.m.. the sermon is
ave., in a 40-ft. Sukkath built by scheduled as "Ingathering."
the Holy Day committee. Sermon o4* Heights Jewish Congrega-
by Rabbi Morris Skop will be "A;
Frail SukkahBut Strong Faith." ... mafia
Cantor Herman Gottlieb will ren-, BCtls blUrOn Will
der the musical portions of the 1 t i_
liturgy. Tin- will follow prelimi- Meet Ifl bUKKCIn
nary Sabbath services in Suniland| F()llowmg Friday evenmg serv.
H ces in Suniland Hall, members of
Children are especially invited to remple Beth shirah. the year
attend Friday evenmg Sukkoth! ,ld ReConstructionist congregation
services at Temple Judea, 320 Pal founded by Rabbi Morris A. Skop
ermo ave.. Coral Gables, at 8:15 and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb,
p.m. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will j wi adjourn for the Kiddush to a
officiate, with Cantor H. Richard j ^[^^ oa Montgomery dr. and
Brown rendering the musical por- j 77tn ave
ti0nS lKe l[Tly- MnCg S^a3ti There.' on its own four acres of
Will be^hosted^^Mr.^and^Mr,.;,^^ a ^ Sukkah has been
Sidney Jacobs, whose son, Stuart,
built by the Holy Day committee
becomes Bar Mitzvah during Satur-1 headed'b LtfJ g^ and contri.
d?y TfAn,,ng SFV,CeS Tem" buted by Abe Smukler.
pie at 10:30 am *
. _. Members of the ritual commit
At Flagler Granada Jewish Com-
munity Center, 50 NW 51st pi.. Suk-
Gables Doctor
Off to Air Force
Dr. Leonard E. Indianer. ol
Coral Gabies, who recently came
to active duty in the I'nited State.--
Air Force as a second lieutenant
has completed the orientation
course for officers of "he medical
service at Gunter AFB. Ala.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph In
dianer. 311 Navarre. Coral Gables
he was given familiarization in
struction covering administrative
procedures, military medicir md
medical service support Of (JSAF
objectives.
Lt. Indianer is being real
to Hunter AFB. Gi He will jo
the staff there for practice is a
doctor of optometry
Dr. Indianer attended the Uni-
versity of Alabama and Southern
College of Optometry.
ee include Mordecai Parness.
Vlilton Malter. Seymour Drexler
Morris Herman. Norman Miller. J
W. Baros. Dr. Howard Lessner.
David Schaecter, Lee Aerenson.
Harry Burak. Leon Roth. Dr. Dav-
J Markenson, and Sid Stem.
Mrs. Polly Schriebman will head
he Sukkah lecoration ci>mmittee.
ind Mrs, Abe Fleeman will be
lostess it the taeg Shabbat and
ECiddus
* jQ"Mp8 ^Sit t\^v sin
[( 13j- Jjseah E. Rackovsky
NMM Jt 1-3595
ti.- w :-,: \>, AVt., MIAMI BEACH
St., on Friday evening at 5:45 p.m.
Sukkoth services for the first day
if the holiday begin Saturday at
a.m.. when Rabbi Stauber will
preach on "Houses or Booths'.'"
Sukkoth on Sunday will be observ-
ed at services at 9 a.m. Sermon
.vill be "Journey to Freedom."
viincha both days is at 5:45 p.m.
Sukkoth will be launched at
Temple Sinai of North Dade, 1480
VE 123rd St.. on Fridav at 8:IS
O.rn. Rabbi Daniel M I.owy will
ifficiate and preach on "Scepti-
cismFault or Virtue?" On Sat-
urday. 11 a.m.. the Sukkoth serv-
ice will include a gathering of chil-
Jren in the Sukkah to present
heir donations to the needy of the
city.
Tifereth Israel Congregation
6500 N. Miami ave.. will launch
'he Sukkoth observan c e on
Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Rab-
)i Henry B. Wernick will officiate
and preach on the subject. "Split
Level Homes." Members of the
Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel will
host the Oneg Shabbat. Services
Saturday morning are at 9 a.m..
with the sermon scheduled as
"Homes or Residences?" Sukkoth
services Saturday evening are at
7 p.m. Cantor Albert Glantz ren-
ders the musical portions of the
liturgy.
Rabbi Samuel April will officiate
at Sukkoth services of Coral Way
Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16th St..
on Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday ,
services will be at 8:45 am Ser-
mon is "Tabernacle or Sanc-
tuary?" On Sunday morning, at j
8:45 a.m., Abraham, son of Mr. :
and Mrs. Malcolm Stahl. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah. Sermon is
scheduled as "The Sukkah of
Peace." Cantor Gershon Levin
will render the musical portions
of the liturgyy.
Members of Beth Emeth Con-
gregation, 12250 NW 2nd ave.. will
gather to celebrate Sukkoth on
Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Simon
April will officiate and discuss
"Precept of Esrog Teaches Us
Unity." Cantor Hyman Fein will
render the musical portions of the
liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will be
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Cherin, whose son. Richard Gard-
Rabbi Morris W. Graff, assist
ant spiritual leader of Temple Is-
rael, 137 NE 19th st.. will preach
on "Frail Booths and Frail Boats"
at the Sukkoth observance of the j
Temple on Friday at 8:15 p.m. 1
Cantor Jacob Bornstein render
he musical portions of the litm-.
8>. J
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will be in
he pulpit of Bath El Congregation,
)00 SW 17th ave., on Friday at
5:45 p.m. On the first day of
Sttkkoth. Saturday at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Schiff will discuss "The
Sukkah of Peace." Services Sun-
day. 8:30 a.m.. will feature a set
mon on "Cratitude for QH1 II tee*
ngs." Mincha both days is at 5:43
p.m.
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
'07 Carlyle ave.. will have Suk-
:oth services Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Isaac
Ever will preach on "The Mess
age of Sukkoth in the Space Age."
Kiddush follows in the Sukkah jf
the congregation. On the second
day. services at 8:30 a.m.. will fea-
Continued on Page 12-A
Rabbi Stern Will Discuss Sukkoth
The Festiv..! of Sukkoth will be
described in a special service b*
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritua'
leader of the Beth Jacob Congre
gation. on Friday. S:45 a.m.. over
ch. 10
Kabbi Stem will display the
ceremonial objects ol the holiday
1110' dtecuSS the social aspects ;f
he festival The program Is sp
ored by the Rabbinical Assn. of
Jreater M'ami.
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Friday, October 12, 1962
~HJet* i Page 3-A
UJA Leaders Off on Overseas Tour
Looking over scale model of the SS Jerusalem are (left to
right) Sidney Ansin. Mrs. Wolf Lazarus, Mrs. Ansin and Mr.
Lazarus, who heads Zim Lines in the Western hemisphere!
Ansin is an officer of the Greater Miami Israel Assn., spon-
sors of the 1962 Shalom Cruise from Nov. 8 to 20 aboard the
Jerusalem.
Israel President Ben-Zvi to Send
Greetings to Officials on Cruise Route
>
President Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Is-
rael will send personal greetings
t( the leaders of the seven islands
in the itinerary of the 1962 Shal-
om Cruise of the Greater Miami
]-rael Assn.. scheduled for Nov.
i to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem.
Zim Lines flagship.
Maurice Revitz. president of the
'.rtater Miami Israel Assn.. said
me State of Israel's chief execu-
tive has prepared messages to Sir
Alexander Bustamentc, the prime
minister of Jamaica: Felisha Rin-
lon de Gautier. mayor of San
Juan. Puerto Rico: Ralph M. Pave
vonsky. governor of the Virgin Is-
lands: Rafael Bonelly. president of
the Dominican Republic: Isaac S.
Cuba, acting governor of Aruba:
Sir Eric Williams. Prime Minister
if Trinidad and Tobago: and to
the prefect of the Department of
Martinique.
land nations of Jamaica and
Trinidad and Tobago, each of
which has won independence
within the past year.
Sidney Ansin. one of the' found
ing officers of the association and
a leader of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, has been ap-
i pointed by Sidney Lefcourt. Fed-
eration president, to chair a com-
mittee which will select the com-
munity leaders who will present
President Ben-Zvi's gifts and mess-
ages.
Some 300 leaders of Southern
Jewish communities will sail on
the Shalom Cruise, which will
[serve as an unofficial auxiliary to
i President John
i Peace Corps.
F. Kennedy's
NEW YORK-i.ITAiA group of
145 top leaders (if America's Jew-
ish communities, members of the
eighth United Jewish Appeal Study
Mission, will assemble in Paris on
Oct. 18. for an intensive 16-day
survey of the needs and problems
affecting hundreds,of thousands of
Jews in Europe, fforth Africa and
Israel. Rabbi Herbert A. Fried-
man. UJA executive vice chair-
man, disclosed this week at a
press conference here.
The Study Mission, to be led by
Joseph Meyerhoff. UJA general
chairman, will have two objec-
tives. It will seek to assess the
overseas responsibilities facing
American Jews that should be met
through UJA in 1963. At the same
time, the mission's visit will serve
as an "overture" to UJA's 25th
Anniversary Year, to be observed
in 1963. and will be marked by
special anniversary tributes in Eu-
rope and Israel.
Edward M. M. Warburg, chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee, and former UJA
general chairman, and Dewey
0. Stone, chairman of the United
Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency,
UJA beneficiary agencies, are
two leaders who will play prin-
cipal roles in the mission. In-
cluded among the 145 leaders
are 34 UJA national officers and
members of its policy-setting
Campaign Cabinet.
Also in the group are 17 leaders
who will serve as chairmen or
presidents of their local commun-
ity campaigns in 1963. The others
are large contributors and key in-
dividuals in their community or-
ganizations.
"With Israel experiencing the
highest surge of immigration in
more than a decade, and with a
Jewish population of more than
150.000 in France who have come
from North African countries in
the wake of disturbances in Al
gtria and other lands, t want t<
make sure, ir eyewitness surveys
and in talks with the directors of
the various L'JAsupported organ
izstions. that we are doing every-
thing that the situation warrants."
Rabbi Friedman said.
"Events have made it plain."
Rabbi Friedman stated, "that the
report the mission will render to
the UJA's 25th annual conference
in New York on Dec. 7 to 9. will
have to take into consideration
one of the most acute periods of
overseas needs to face American
Jews in recent years."
In Paris. Jewish leaders of 12
European countries will honor
American Jewry for its part in re-
storing Europe's Jewish life since
the war at a special dinner. The
mission will also attend a three-
day meeting, sponsored by the
Joint Distribution Committee, un-
der the chairmanship of Charles
Jordan. JDC overseas director.
The mission's visit to Israel
will be marked by a series of
noteworthy anniversary events.
Rabbi Friedman said. These will
be sponsored by an Israel com-
mittee to observe the 25th UJA
anniversary, headed by Moshe
Sharett, chairman of the Jewish
Agency.
"United Jewish Appeal is deep-
ly gratified by the warm-hearted
nanrur in which the Prime Min-
ster, the Israel Government, the
fewish Agency and the people of
Israel will help observe the UJA's
25th anniversary." he said.
Assisting former Gov. Herbert
Lehman, as chairman of the Anni-
versary Year Committee, will be
Mr. Meyerhoff. With him, will
"erve UJA's former general chair-
man Morris W. Berinstein, and top
leaders William Rosenwald, Ed-
ward M. M. Warburg, and Dewey
D. Stone.
At the same time, the UJA exec-
utive vice chairman made it
known that an outstanding group
if more than 30 notable figures in
American life have accepted invi-
tations to serve as honorary chair-
men of the Anniversary Year Com-
mittee.
Included are: Jack Benny, Jacob
Blaustein. Samuel Bronfman, Ed-
i die Cantor. Gen. Lucius D. Clay,
I Thomas E. Dewey, David Dubin-
j sky, Justice Felix Frankfurter,
, Justice Arthur Goldberg, Dr. Na-
', hum Goldmann. Monroe Gold-
water, Sen. Ernest Gruening, Mrs.
Samuel W. Halprin. W. Averell
Ilarriman. Sen. Jacob K. Javits.
Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick,
Samuel Leidesdorf. Jacob S. Po-
tofsky, Abraham Ribicoff, Gov.
; Nelson A. Rockefeller. Mrs. Frank-
lin D. Roosevelt. Dr Abba Hillel
Silver.
Columnist Joins Jewish Floridian
"Scope" is the name of a new
feature column to appear regular-
ly in The Jewish Floridian begin-
ning with this week's issue.
Columnist is Alan Shecter. na-
tive of Baltimore and honor grad-
uate of the University of Miami
school of business.
"Scope" of the new feature will
reveal "the inside story" behind
Jewish personalities in South Flor-
ida medicine, art. music, architec-
ture, education, business, sports,
! entertainment and other fields.
Shecter is a member of the
| board of governors of the Nation-
, al Children's Cardiac Hospital,
I chairman of the promotion com-
mittee of the United Fund of Dade
' county, and a member of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Shecter's first column is from
Mexico City.
For the new "Scope." see Sec B.
President Ben-Zvi also is
transmitting, through the Great-
*' Miami Israel Assn., hand-
crafted olive wood carvings to
the prime ministers of the is-
Court Hears
Nazis' Cases
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ii ale
Jordan, acting as his own at
lorney, asserted during the session
ihat a police defective had scrib-
bled on one of the cans the word:
"Place a few crystals in a sealed
room filled with Jews." This was
flatly denied by Inspector Will
arris.
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Volume 35 Number 41
.- October 12, 1962
14 Tishri 5723
The Meaning
Of Sukkoth'
According to tradition, the
esreg represents the hecr: OJ
The lulav denotes his will.
These in essence, are the
syml ols ot the Jewish Festival
:: Sukkoth which follows on the
..eeis oi P.osh Hashona and Yom
Kippur, end which Jews through-
out the world will celebrate this
weekend
Sukkoth is both a Festival oi
ring end a period for
istorical remembrance. It com-
morates the wandering of the
rient Israelites in their jour-
ney to the Promised Land. It
, expresses Jewry's gratitude
ioi deliverance.
Thus on Sukkoth. it is tradi-
al for Jews to erect a Sukkah
cm open booth decorated with
foliageto mark the temporary
dwellings in which they lived
ing their wanderings in the
wilderness.
But the esrog and lulav joint-
ly symbolize the essential sub-
stance of Judaism through the
cges the Jew's spiritual belief and his in-
domitable will to identify with his tradition in
he face of constant harrassment.
This union of personal conscience and
the right to self-determination is the basic in-
gredient of all free men a union toward
which many people in the world still aspire
today.
Sukkoth thus serves to remind us that Jews
have been a free people since the dawn of
their history despite the afflictions they have
suffered in the name of Judaism.
Our New Commissioner
Sworn into office. Sidney Aronovitz is now
a nil '.-fledged member of the Miami city com-
mission. This is his first public position, and
we wish Mr. Aronovitz well.
Kis many identifications in a variety of
cultural and philanthropic organisations
.-.i an officer and an active member.
y reflect the new appointee's devoted
unity consciousness.
e youthful city commissioner has c fine
in this endeavoi that elites his years.
In taking up the duties of hia new :espon-
-':' Mr. A: ;rr.es a role in Miami
b fashioned by another Aronovitz,
:.-. rt long after he has cone from the scene.
Sidney Aronovitz will have the kind of
political tradition to uphold that his uncle
e famous in this community devotion to
the fulfillment of the highest human ideals
out regard to the penalties ot opposition.
In his unanimous appointment cs a com-
aom the Micmi city commission has
rn its confidence in Mr. Aronovitz ability.
We join in the trust accorded him as a leader
ci cur community in his own right.
nations such as Britain and France, on the one
hand, and newcomers like Gabon and Ivory
Coast on the other.
Despite the huge difference in civilization
factors, both types, and indeed all members
of the United Nations, must join together in
the central human task of achieving peace.
Whether or not the new African countries
complicate this quest is but one of the many
seemingly insurmountable problems besetting
the newly-convened seventeenth session; the
varied motivation to war appears disastrous-
ly to over balance the infinitely preferable
alternative.
Still, like the Hebrew Prophet of old, men
at the UN everywhere and every day shout
"peace peace,'' but there is no peace. Or,
at least, the shrill shouts and threats of global
conflagration tend to exceed in volume and
urgency the soft-voiced call to bjotherhood.
Nevertheless, the United Nations still rep-
resents man's single best hope for survival.
And, as the new UN sessions get down to
business those of good will pray icr theii suc-
cessful deliberation.
The UN Session Convenes
The opening of the seventeenth session
oi the United Nations brings together the peo-
- of the world ir. still another effort cimed
at universal peace.
B new sloa has beer, marked once
r.is on the
scssrised
tncreas-
-
ttweeo the x
Stoning Man's Freedom
The attack on the Moscow synagogue dur-
ing the High Holy Days should emphasize for
us more than ever the privilege we emoy as
en American right to worship as we please.
This does not whitewash the occasional
vendahsm done to American synagogues, or
to ether houses of worship. But the difference
is that these are not government-sanctioned
and that, in our nction, men of good will join
in condemning them whenever they occur, and
in seeking to punish the culprits wherever pos-
sible.
The violence done to the Moscow syna-
gogue is a reflection of the Soviet Union's gen-
eral disregard for man's right to be at peace
his God cs his religious beliefs instruct
him and for his right to privacy in this highly
personal matter.
In the Soviet Union, particulai at-
symbolized Communism s implacable
] at Judaism a:-. i things Fewish
the most holy occasion of all ou; religious ob-
servances.
It would be sheer folly Ic
Soviet ral-
ie culprits.
(he week
.. as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
T WOULD be downright
neighborly if Scoutmaster
during (he week SsSSiffSit
plained how he got his handj
on the kind of hate literature
the youngsters in his chargi
at Troop 69 are nov re
in South Dade coun
far. Benson has sai
except to comment
is "burned"* by the r
indoctrination seems to ho raising "Burned" can mi
Perhaps Benson suggests thai the aftermath of his innocen
i- far more wrathful than his noblest intentions and the sinr
sm with which he sought to inculcate the Bey Scouts o: l.
eserve at their worst. After all. it is conceivable that he
know the source or the fundamental purposes of the croup behind
Stars," a pamphlet accusing some 200 Hollywood actors, wi
ducers. ami musicians of being Communists, which Benson
circulating among his tr< opsters.
On the other hand, "burned" can imply that Benson is pi
upset rather than the victim of his own innocencethat hi
with the news media and the organizations here involved in ; :
to the community the facts surrounding pamphlets like "i;
Indeed, Benson may very well be reaffirmed more than e\
integrity of -Red Stars" For Myron C. Fagan. and the Cir
cational Guild of which he is national director, warn time
of the global conspiracy in the press and groups like the
famation League of B'nai B'rith to deliver mankind into th
hands of Nikita Khrushchev. It is thus equally conceivable th I their
criticism of Benson's action-- as Scoutmaster of Tr( < p 69 me:
in his eyes the validity of Fagan's warnings.
OBLIGATIONS OF A SCOUTMASTER
COR MY PART, I don't knew which position Scoutmasl
has taken in characterizing himself as being "burned."
1- that, under ordinary circumstances, I wouldn't care: but
not ordinary circumstance For Benson is more than the c!
innocent or intended, ol hatemongers like Pagan He is the
distribution to impressioi -tile Boy Scout minds. He is '
trj lor youthful members oi an organization whose high*
of Americanism presumably condemn everything for which "
C. Pagans and the Cinema Educational Guilds among us stand.
As l say. it would be neighborly if Scoutmaster Ben so 1 ex-
plained. I just don't like being kept in the dark After all hi .,
member of a "conservative" Homestead group called the 1
Lending Library, whose circulation stamp is on the "!: i Si
pamphlet. Founder of the group, incidentally, is Ted Slacl
01 Loral Gables, who has been a distributor of the highly .
versian film. "Operation Abolition." and who is about .1-
I'nited Nations as a man can be.
In addition. Benson is a member of the Dade Count) D<
cratic Executive Committee If he really believes the clap':
Fagan's publications, then there is a double reason to be con,
As a free American citizen. I suppose Benson has the right I
like Negroes. Jews, foreigners generally, the IN. the new A
nations, and to interpret as Communist every thought, posit:
doctrine that flies in the face of Cinema Educational Guild
of bigotry. But he does not have this right as a Scoutmaster; ami
I must certainly question such a right in a member of the I
cratic Executive Committee here.
For these reasons, and ethers ,1 |s somewhat disturbing ti
parents of Boy Scout Troop 69 in South Dade county are in
plete support" of Benson- although they went on record la.-:
as promising in the future to screen publication material the -
master will henceforth distribute to their children.
-:- : :
WHAT USE HAS BENSON DONE?
I SUGGEST THEY start with "Red Stars." I'm not here inten -ted
in defending from Fagan's irresponsible charges of Com;: m
people like Olivia de Havilland, I'ta Hagen. Rita Haywortl
[ves, Chet Huntley. Edward R. Murrow, and some 200 othei
and women the pamphlet attacks without documentation
by the FBI or the House InAinencan Activities Cumin:::
deed. Mrs. Ruth Miskell. administrative assistant to Rep 1
Walter, chairman of the House unAmencan Activities Commit!
on record that Fagi not have all the facts He make:
rash statements.
I am more interested in the socially deleterious impa
usly pathetic charge- can have on impressionable i
minds. As well. I am interested in the obsei j N'ath
mutter executive lirector of the Florida office of the Ant
tion Leagui of B nai B'nth. to Ralph Mozo executh
the Bo) S< It! in ... Utter written to Mr MOZO on S
a cony of which The Miami Herald subsequently pub!:
er <\;- ses thi nul ft issui 'A .. other ma
listri ted by the S< u hat lb 1 val
the children in the name ot Boj Scouting?
And. ..- Mr nsoi is Sco itmssti r Bensoi
rlj be ing whether an investigati
aster's unreported indoctrinati
This is a seems to me. that must be ans
mediately. The 200 personalities Fagan and. indirect;.". -
:-. malign can well take care of themselvesai
- when thi source of the malice is worth the effort
But the youthful Ti 69'ers can neither :..k< csn ol I
nor be as intelligent discriminating. And. when at tru
the pamphlet. Fa;,an invites inquiries to the Cinema Ed
Guild that "will startle you.-hock youENRAGE isic
and make you FIGHTING sic) mad." who knows how ma
in Troop 69 have already sent away for the word from the
citadel of hatred at P.O. Box 462U5. Hollywood. Calif."
THt SAME OLD NAMES TO HATE
THE CINEMA EDUCATIONAL Guild was founded in 194
assistai Wesle) Swift and Gerald L K Smith
Semitic himself '
-
nde UcGinley. publisher of the vicious -
Sena If a member of Troop 69 asked for more inl
what would hi irn mail from the Guild's
a H -
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Friday, October 12, 1962
vJewisti fhridlianri
Page 5-A
SUKKOTH IS WHEN YOU SIT IN A SUKKAH
Have an Esrog-But Don't Eat It
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
There i> a Yiddish expression.
"Azoi vie a Yavan in Sukkah."
Believe me. I understood what
it meant after trying to explain
Sukkoth to Joe.
"Sukkoth," I said, "is the time
you tak the esr>^ and lulav and
bensh God."
"What's esrog?" asked Joe
Ksrog." I said, "is a lemon.
Well, il i not exactly a lemon.
You might say it's a first cousin
i>f a lemon. It's a citron."
"Now I understand." said Joe.
Sukkoth is the time when you
take your first cousin a lemon
sil n the bench with her"
"No No, No. J v bensh doesn't
thai Y',;: ake the esrog, a
fruil am the lu! i palm branch.
rave ike Mi is in the
Wave Hello
-> ( J e "Aunl
. iy, -he is tak-
. rain i Detroit, bo you
a ave : her al :- station "
'Aunl Martha," i said, -'i.s no
Detroit Why should
he go l< Detroit? In (act, I ha
o Aui Marl', i What are you
ingi in Aunl Martha for any-
dren of Israel left Egypt, they
lived in booths."
"I didn't know they had tele-
phones in those days." said Joe.
"Who said they had tele-
phones?" I asked
"You said they lived in booths,"
said Joe.
"No, Sukkoth is a different
kind of booths. It's larger than
a telephone booth and there is
no place to put a nickel in. It has
no regular roof, only pine bran-
ches. It's out in the open."
"Oh. it's like going camping,"
said Joe.
"You see, Joe." I said, "the
Jews when they were in Egypt
were -iave- and made bricks and
when they came out, they were
tamers, so the) offered thanks-
for the : h irvests "
"I can't un lerstand that." Joe.
-. delayers m ire mon-
j than fai ners
eless," 1
:. ihi i it to a >k y m,"
"What?" I asked.
"Why do they fast on Sukkoth?"
"They don't fast on Sukkoth,
Joe," i saia. "They fast on Yom
Kippur."
"Well, why do they eat haman-
tashen on sukkoth?
Don't Eat the Esrog
"Joe, you are an ignoramus.
They don't eat hamantashen on
Sukkoth. They eat them on
I-urim."
"Listen, Joe," I said. "I'll put
it all in one sentence. On Yom
Kippur. you eat nothing; on Rosh
Hashona. you eat honey to make
for a sweet new year; on Pesaeh,
you eat Matzos; on Chamisha
Osar B'Shevat, you eat "bub";
on Shavuot, you eat latkes
"1 know how to finish it," saia
Joe ()n Sukkoth. you have an
bul you don'l eat it. you
wave it."
"Well," I said, "1 did get some-
thing into your head."
Jewisn Communal Affairs fcxpert
S Isidore Scbeioff Aids Miami With Plans
"Wei said J i >, "v. hat are you
waving ; t her for?"
"It's ; different kind of wav-
ing," i -ay. "You are not wav-
ing good-bye. You wave as you
say Hallel. You know the word
Hallelujah. It's the same word
basically
' I >ti said J>e. "you are not
waving good-bye, you are waving
hello
"J' I sail, "maybe you'll
understi nd bett fr :i I first define
thi' word.*'
Going Camping
vord Sukkoth means
booth: You see, uhen the chil-
[siuore So ;!.. one of the i a-
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accepted an invitation to serve a-
consultant to the long-range plan-
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Sobeloff is executive vice presi-
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' eration of Detroit. Mich.
Meetings of the Miami Fed-
eration committee have been ar-
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sonal contact with members of
the committee and to plan a
gencal schedule for the success-
ful buildir/j and operation of a
citywide network of agencies
that will meet this community's
needs a decade and two hence.
Sobeloff was in Miami this week
for i ne of the first of his meetings
with Federation's long range plan-
ning committee.
At an executive committee
luncheon, he outlined his opera-
tional pians and tentative goals for
Federation's ambitious program.
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Me Ami Caravan
To be Honored
Greater Miami Jewish leaders
who are h ing for Isr lei to ded
ioate gr tun I for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Me Ami development,
on which the Government of Israel
plans t erect a new city, will be
feted ai a bon voyage party.
State, county and city officials
arc expected to attend the event,
which will take place at the Al-
giers hotel on Wednesday evening.
Oct. 1".
Among some of the leaders who
will go to Israel are Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Judge Irving Cypen.
Leon J. Ell. Johann Berman. Dr.
Zev Kogan, Peter V. Heller, and
many others.
The Me Ami project, named af-
ter Greater Miami, will cost about
$5,000,000. of which some $1,000.
000 has already been raised When
completed it will have schools.
parks, playgrounds, utilities and
housing accommodal ons I ir up-
ward il
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Shown with Capt. Leo Gardner, of El Al Israel
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are left to right (in photo above) Mrs. Miriam
Press, Mrs. Henry Penchansky, Dr. and Mrs.
Irving Lehrman. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cy-
pen, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
han L. Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Miller.
Below (left to right) are Mrs. May Berg, Mrs.
Betty I. Gingiss, Mrs. Clara Tcger, Mrs. Ethel
Heraog, Mrs. Kate Goldmeer. Mrs. Fanny Lieb-
man. Rear are Zev W. Kogan, Bernard Silver,
Sam Schachno, and Max Roisman. The group
will stop in Rome en route to Israel. On the
return trip, stops will be made in Zurich and
Paris. Travelers constitute a "Dedication
Caravan" for the groundbreaking of Me Ami,
twin city of Greater Miami, to be erected in
Israel as a project of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish National Fund Council.
Nazis Charged With Killing 20,000
FRANKFURT (JTAi The
arrest and scheduling of early trials
for four Nazi criminals, charged
with killing 20.000 Jews in Nazi
occupied Byelorussian city oi
Pinsk durii:i; World War II. was an-
nounced here by Prosecutor Hem/
Wolff.
The men were arrested at the re-
quest of the Central Office for the
Investigation of Nazi Crimes in
Ludwigsburg The four men were
either members if Nazi Police Bat-
talion 306 ittached to the SS
Security Service ;n the Pinsk area.
Three of them were public of-
ficials. They are Heir.rich Plan-
tius, 47, a police chief Inspector
in Frankfort; Joseph Kuhr, 46,
also a police inspector in that
city; and Rudolf Eckert. a sim-
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"The American -
new college credit tele
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ch. 4. The Mon lay through .
College of the Air" com
repeated each day from 7 | ,
p.m., on the educational tele
station, WTHS, ch 2. via
tape. Credit will he available
through the Evening Divis
the University of Miami. ;,, ,
County Junior College, and thi
ior College of Broward Count)
Miami Exec At
Insurance Meet
Stanley K Rosen xg il the
Henrj Weiss Agency, Miami, at
tended the Berkshire Life Insur-
ance Company club meetings at
Chateau I.aurier in Ottowa, Can.,
from Oct. 1 to b\
Rosenberg was selected to at-
tend the meetings on the basis of
I his "out.-.tanding sales and service
record during the preceding year."
Rosenberg is a qualified mem-
ber of the Triangle Club. Mem-
bers participated in sessions de-
signed to increase their knowledge
jf life Insurance and to better
equip them to help their clients
solve personal and business insur-
ance problems
Variety Hospitals
Plans on Board
Final working drawings for rip
new additon to Variety Children's
Hospital in Miami will be com
pleted this month, accorling to
William A. Taylor, hospital admin
Istrator. Plans call fur an expanl
ad outpatient department
as a completely ::e\\ surgii il .
and post-operative rccovi
Architects are Mon
and Li bn
i thi hospitals
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ncluding dental
ind throat,
ind speech tl i i|
able to service abo it 3
patients annually.
The surgical suite wj|] ,
several "firsts" in children -
pital design, including an oversiz-
ed operating room especially equip-
ped for open heart surgery, and
, for other complicated surgical
! procedures new to the field of ped-
iatrics. Two other major operat-
ing rooms are also provided in the
, architectural plans.
"Our overall aim.' says Lapi-
Jus. "has been to create an at-
tractive structure symbolizing pre
chJkm while retaining the fpHin.
af warmth implied in service to
humanity."
urn -.
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4
ilar police official in Hamburg
The fourth man, Adolf Peteh, 57,
is a worker in Buedingen. The
prosecutor said that Petch al-
ready had confessed that he per-
sonally "shot with his own hand
between 6,000 and 7,000 Jews
The prosecutor said that in 1942
on orders of Gestapo chief Hem
rich Himmler, about 20,000 Jews
were marched from the Pinsk
Ghetto to a spot several miles away
where they were all killed
The arrests came as .1 4re.1t sur-
prise to local authorities who had
not been aware of the intensive in
vestigations which had been un-
derway for some time in this area
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Temple Menorah Bar Mitzvah Year
To Culminate in Banquet Nov. 4
Louis Rheinstein (left), financial secretary of Temple Menorah.
is new chairman of the Temple Bar Mitzvah Year ban-
quet, which will be held at the Deauville hotel on Nov. 4.
Rheinstein, active at Menorah since its inception, was ap-
j-ointed by Maurice Revitz (center), president of the Temple.
Rheinstein is a member of the Civic League of Miami Beach.
the Optimists, and Mahi Shrine Looking on is Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz. spiritual leader.
No Change in U.S. Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
which Israel and the Arab states
are involved.
]r. that connection, it was indicat-
ed that Israel would oppose a re-
ported proposal by Dr. Joseph
Johnson, Palestine Conciliation
Commission emissary to the Mid-
dle East, for a poll among the Arab
tefugees on their wisheswhether
''.(> wi-h to return to Israel or to
i'i permanently resettled in Arab
t-uuntries Under current condi-
tions, it is felt, such a referendum
iould not be carried out free of
pressures from governments of the
Arab lands which theoretically at
least would make room for such
Arab resettlement.
State Department spokesman Lin-
coln White reiterated this week in
Washington that no arrangements
are in process for invitations to
eiiher Prime Minister Ben-durion
or Egyptian President Nasser to
\ isit Wa-hington.
Mr. White said: "Although the
Department of Stale recognizes
the mutual advantages derived
from visits by chiefs of state or
head-; ot government, no arrange-
ments are in process for visits by
either President Nasser or Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion."
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Bar Mitzvah Year of Temple Me
no rah.
Temple Menorah will celebrate
its 13th anniversary by honoring
26 families who have actively par-
ticipated in the growth and the
establishment of Temple Menorah.
Also honored at the tame
time will be 65 families who
have been members of the con-
gregation tor ten years. The
ce'ebration will culminate in a
banquet at the Deauville hotel on
Nov. 4.
Located on Dickens ave. and 75th
St., in the Normandy Isle section
of Miami Beach. Temple Menorah
came into existence at a meeting
held on September 20, 1949.
Aaron Goldman was its first pres- '
ident. Sam Jaffe, membership
chairman, at that time announced :
that the congregation boasted 25
persons as members. Later, the
synagogue was chartered with 38
founding congregants.
Today. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz reveals that the congregation
numbers over 600 members. The
synagogue boasts a Hebrew school
with 12 classrooms, a social hall,
kindergarten, library, youth faci-
lities, and an auditorium. Over
Beth Am Youth
Activities Slated
Next meeting of the seventh and
i-hth graders at Temple Beth
\m. who convene alternate Wed
Inesdays. will be Oct. 17 from 7:30
to !> p.m. Planned activities for
i he group include skits, dances,
speakers and discussion groups.
The ninth graders who meet en
alternate Monday evenings will
gather Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. The)
are planning a full social, educa-
tional and entertaining winter pro-
gram.
Hobby night is a feature for all
teen-agers from seventh through
12th grades. Scheduled for alter-
nate Wednesday-, their next meet-
ing will be Oct. 24.
The dramatics club has had d -
cussions on fundamentals in acting
and soon will begin casting and re
hearsing for a Chanuka p .
Classes in arts and crafts, photo-
graph} ..nd journalism, and i
... training groups are all uni -
way. Other clubs to be formed
are the chess, debating, stamps
and coins
National Federation of Ti i
Youth are meeting on alternate
Mondav nights. Their next meet-
ing will be held on Oct. 22. T -
group meets with other groups
the Greater Miami are; .. .
ticipates in conclaves, both loci. >
and state\vid< Larrj Glickmar .'.-
president of the group. In.
Ith, llth and 12th graders
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Victor Dorf. Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Feldman. Mr. snd Mrs. Isidore
Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. William
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Thau. Mrs. Fannie Troop, and Mr.
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Friday. October 12, 1962
Israel Rejects Johnson Plan
To Solve Refugee Problem
Invitations will soon be in the mail announ-
cing the annual banquet sponsored by the
South Florida chapter of Technion on Nov. 28.
Chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser. meets
with the banquet committee to work out as-
signments. Seated (left to right) are dinner
chairman, Al Sherman, Mrs. Philip Thau,
Louia Ridnick. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Miami, Mrs.
Glasser, and Jack Rifkin. Standing are Jack
Katzman, Philip Thau, Joe Mechlow, and (far
right/ Meyer A. Baskin, honoiary president.
The group supports Israel's largest engineer
college, often called the MIT of the Middle
East.
Requisition 'Vacated'Algeria Property
ALGIERS (JTA) The Offic-
. Gazetter here published an or-
t nance giving local Algerian of-
ficials the authority to reopen
commercial businesses, industrial
j'ants, "'and all other economic en-
nrprises" which have been closed
r'ue to the departure of the own-
its. The local authorities are giv-
en the right to appoint temporary
idministrators for the "abandon-
ed" businesses.
Another decree gives the local
authorities the right to requisition
. partmer.ts and other residences
.cant for two months. Still a
iurther Government order an-
- i unced that persons wishing to
migrate from Algeria must re-
ceive official permissio nto leave.
The decree issued in Algeria
concerning the reopening of bus-
iness enterprises left by Jews
nd Europeans who emigrated
from the country may constitute
The first s*ep toward expropria-
tion of the property of Jewish
'efugees from Algeria new in
crar.ce, it was feared in Paris.
ahle reports reaching Paris
1. \ i- indicated that stores loft ir.
;er> by Jewish refugees now in
nee have already been reopen-
M -ems presenting them-
Bikur Ci.olim Opens Season
ir Cholim Kosher Convales-
cent Home Auxiliary will hold its
: regular meeting of the fall
-on on Wednesday noon at the
lers hotel. In charge of the
; re gram is Mrs. Ronnie Leonard.
selves as "temporary administra-.
tors." even before today"s decree .
was issued. The reports stressed
that the Algerian authorities were
ignoring the one-month deadline
they had fixed for the return of
owners of such businesses before
taking over the shops and plants
belonging to Europeans.
The difficult situation of Alger-
ian refugees was dramatized here
today by repeated attempts of a
Jewish refugee to commit suicide.
Fernard Shetrit. a former bus con-
ductor in Algeria who arrived in
France two months ago. jumped
from the fifth floor balcony of the
Public Bus Company office in Paris
where he had vainly been seeking
employment. Falling unhurt to
the fourth floor, the 52-year-old
refugee immediately made a sec-
ond suicide jump, falling three
floors and injuring himself serious-
ly He was taken to a hospital
where he said he would try again
to kill himself.
JERUSALEM-(JTA)-The Israel
' Cabinet and the Knesset Commit-
tee for Foreign Affairs were dis-
closed this week to have repected
the proposals for solving the Arab
refugee problem suggested by Dr.
Joseph E. Johnson, special envoy
of the United Nations Palestine
Conciliation Commission. Israel's
stand has been submitted to the
United States, France and Turkey.
three members of the PCC.
i is* n prop si w h i c h
have not vet been formally sub
.. d to th. UN bul which have
,,. ividel> publicized in the
I ,.,... red com-
cei ibl< in Israel
independent news
led Dr Johnson's sug-
i should
re-
ael or settling else-
., said (!'.'i the
, I, which an hosts to the
uld ci mpel them to
5, to return in pursuit of the
I ....i : destroying
Israel
Haboker, the Liberal party
organ, said the Johnson pro-
posal to name a refugee admin-
istrator to supervise which ref-
ugees would return could only
increase the danger and confus-
ion, adding that Dr. Johnson
knew that "Israel cannot open
its gates to the Arab refugees"
and that he also knew the Arab
rulers want to continue to use
the refugees as a political foot-
ball."
The daily suggested
should be done to indue
ted Nations Relief a i
Agency to reveal "wha
knows about thi grow
ness of the refugees I
habilitation" for new
Arab countries
That comment was
by the opening this u<
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ug >es bu ll t, I'Nitv.
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During the Week By LEO MINDLIN
Scoutmaster Called on to Speak Up
Continued from Page 4-A
. (and) with the help of
two traitors in the White House
UVodrow Wilson and Franklin
Roosevelt) they succeeded." A
Boy Scout, who may not know
that this ignorant bilge has ap-
i >ared in a variety of printed
rms, from the and Semitic
Common Sen e" to the highly-
ited ravings of American ex
triate poet and branded Fas-
st collaborator, Ezra Pound.
I IsO 'earn thai the "amaz
erarchy" of the Communist
i nspiracy is composed of "care-
ill) sell cted" immigrants "and
ns of immigrai Is' such as the
nans the Lapowskis (Doug-
Dillon), Bernard Baruch.
ndeis, Felix Frankfurter '
In the face nf hi- carefull) se
d list of Jewish or part-Jew-
personalities for sacrifice on
Itar of hi> haired Fagan de-
thai the purpose of "Hol-
od and all TV and radio net-
works not onl) controlled, but
actually owned by the Lehmans
..nd Ihcir International Banker
sic) affiliates," is "to set Jew
. gainst Christian and Christian
. gainst Jew." Himself a lover
II humanity, and particularly
: Jews, Fagan would tell his Boy
Scout correspondents:
*
Bigot's Vernacular
That the Greal Conspiracy,
by \Ouch he probably means
lewish rather than Communist.
created the ADL, the NAACP,
the I'rban League, the American
lewish Committee, the American
Civil Liberties I'nion. plus seines
(I similar vicious organizations."
That the most frighten-
ingly vicious of them all is the
Ami Defamation League of B'nal
IS nth the master-minding or-
ganization for all the groups .
the secret Gestapo of the Inter
nationalist Communist conspir-
acy." I
That "Jacob Schiff instruct- j
Bronstein) to organize a band of
revolutionaries for the liberation' '
of the Russian people. Trotsky '
soughtand foundall of his
revolutionaries' on the East Side j
in New York." (By the stereo- I
type use of these places and
lames, Fagan would have the
Buy Scouts of South Dade county
infer that all Jews are therefore I
Communists
That the "gimmick" Geno
cide treaty ". would protect
only the members of Minority
Groups' in America, primarily
Negroes and Jews." and "You
will be horrified (italicized)
when you will see what the 'Gen
ocide Treaty' will do to
every White American '
In addition to such vicious anti-
Senvtism, Scouts can learn in
the information received from
Fagan that former Presi
' ;- -how er w as a traitor who
should have been impeached.
Hnd thai President Kenn ;:- i-
"an equally sly and trick) i
tunist. who slithered his inti
the White House .

Pitch for Funds
n
-
Did Bo) Scout 1
rector Ralph Mi -
: utti r inquir).
him nt Myron Fi
background and thi
of Scoutmaster Benson's distri-
bution of Cinema Educational
Guild material to the troopsti rs
in his charge? Mozo did. in-
deed, replv t" the Florida office
of the ADL. declaring:
"We feel there is greal strength
in the position taken by thi
Scouts of America through a
program of positive thinking and
positive training." Adding sen-
tence upon sentence of paeans of
praise In Scouting that border on
the safe grounds of extolling
Motherhood, but religiously avoid-
ing reference either to Myron
Fagan or Scoutmaster Norman
Benson, the Scout official con-
cluded with an undisguised pitch
for financial assistance: "Our
great need in the South Florida
Council is for adequate financial
support to insure better train-
ing The support of your
members through the United
Fund could make a marked
difference in the effectiveness of
our youth program."
In all fairness, Mr. Mozo did I
not entirely see the problem as I
an exercise in fund-raising among
members of the ADL. He was
quoted last week as declaring of
Benson's hate literature distribu-
tion: "This couldn't be called
what we consider training for |
Sccuting." And. if Scoutmaster
r.i n im has aid nothing about
F.; ;'ti or "K'd Stars," except
i hi is "i urned" b) the ruck-
us, he (in! manage to telegraph
ii 11 rigs in the matter Al-
om > > in his Trooi I
;. er informed than
: .:"ults.' Benson said: "He
fo mil a i ivil libertarian
a man with a Social
i .;,. ol ih nking, leaching in
1 he it '!'. i r e
I of
nAinerii anism of
i Fa s an mg us am
e e x ( : them >elves,
totalitarian meth-
lock, stock and bat ri I Ben
son doesn't really mean that his
troopner is "better Informed,"
but that he is a good informer in
the terrifying Orwellian manner
i. 1981
On the Record
It now behooves Scoutmaster
B( nson also to declare he is not
a teacher of informers, and for
the benign parents of Troop 6:-'
to say what their "complete sup-
port" of Benson implies in the
future. As I say. I don't liki be-
ing kept in the dark.
And. if he doesn't speak up.
perhaps the president of the South
Florida Council of the Boy Scouts
should help him go on record. As
president. Norman M. Giller. of
the Miami Beach construction
firm, must certainly feel that
bigctry has no place in the life
of a Boy Scout.
Argentine Charges Priests
With Fomenting Prejudice
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Church who, he said, frequently
used his pulpit for anti-Semitic
attacks. He referred also to
Father Julio Meinvielle, who, he
said, indoctrinates young stu-
dents with anti-Semitic ideas.
The priest warned of the danger
that Catholic high schools would
become centers of extreme nation-
alism and anti Semitic propagan-
da and referred specifically to two
schools, the El Salvador and Cham-
panat Catholic high schools. Ik-
said it had been frequently estab-
lished that man) elements of Ta-
cuara, the Argentine Nazi youth
i rganization, were pupils or alum-
ni of these schools.
Nissim EInecave. editor of La
Luz, charged in an article that the
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asserted that without full support I
of certain priests, most of the Nazi I
and Fascist organizations in the
country would be relatively inof-
fensive.
Sr. EInecave said it was "no
secret" thai all. the Nazi and Fas
cisl youth organizations were spir-
itually led by priests among whom
he cited Fathers Julio Meinvielle:
Luis Etcheverry Boneio. who he
said, guides the girls' section of
Tacuara; Justo Oscar Laguna. de-
scribed as famed for ins anti-
Semitic sermons; Garcia Yieya
and Jose Maria MacKinnon, of the
Buenos Aires archdiocese: and Fr.
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Friday. Oclober 12,
1962

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All About
The Bosses
By MAX LERNER
Moscow Synagogue Hit on Holidays *
It has been clear for some lime thai the New York elections this
year take on a special importance as setting the stage for the 1964 Pres-
idential race. Amidst the immature, sometimes hypocritical and often
dewnright silly talk about "bosses" there is a danger of forgetting
this fact:
For the better or worse the American parly system is a loose col-
lection of state and local parly units which get together for the slakes
i.f power in the Presidency. For President Kennedy the two crucial
state elections this year are ir California and New York: in California
because the fate of Richard Nixon is involved, in New York because
the fate of Nelson Rockefeller is involved.
Being "ins." the Democrats of California have managed boiler
1har, the Democrats of New York, who are "outs." The New York show
ha* been depressing partly because of the lack of dramatic and eloquent
figures, or even established ones, whom the party could call upon.
But mainly it has been depressing because the White House has not
dared show its hand openly in running the show, and because there
has been no one in New Yorkexcept Mayor Wagnerto run it

Run it must be, like any political operation, or business one, or
administrative one The Republicans have known all along who is boss-
Nelson Rockefeller The Democrats, still smarting from the boss
issue four years ago. and with so much al slake two years from now,
have let bickering and chaos reign right up to the opening of the state
convention. Their direction has been a vacuum only fitfully filled by
iht uneasy troika of Attorney General Kennedy. Mayor Wagner, and j
Bronx boss Charles A. Buckley.
To gay there was no strong leadership does not mean there was
ne. plan. From the start the plan was to concentrate on the Governor-
ship, in order either to beat Gov. Rockefeller or else give him so close
a run as to cut hi.- his prestige in the Presidential struggle. The plan
\..- also to test a theory: that there is a considerable hard-core anti-
Rockefeller strength in New York, and that a distinguished liberal can-j
t.idatepreferably one with strong ethnic appealcould pick up enough
added votes it- make the race a hot one.
That theory was tested by a straw-poll by Louis Harris, whose t
polls the President and the Attorney General have learned to trust
Presumably it stood up. After the Judge Bouin boomlet. which never
git off the grounu there u->- the Morgenthau boom, which creaked
worked. The White House support of Buckley in his tough
primary ci ntestdespite Mayor Wagner's hostility to himled to a
happ) ending al th Syracuse convention, when Buckley joined Wagner.
Herbert Lehman and presumably the Kennedy- m pushing Morgen
thau's nominal
e
Robert Morgenthau is far from a "natural" political candidate. He
i awkward reserved, ha a pour platform manner, and would
scei arcely ;. TV match lor the self-assured formidable campaignei
ir. Gov. Rockefeller. Yet elections are strange affairs, and I shoult
i : -rit< off ihit one. For Morgenthau bring.- into Democratic si
pol tics igain the tradition of the high-minded earnest and able figure |
which made Sen Lehman whal he was. and goes back beyond Lehmar.
i Govern Franklin 1) Roosevelt.
a- for the crj ol "Bossism, there is a vast deal of nonsense being
Ut1 red "ii '.iiMi semi' by men who ought to know belter Politics is
i ei run a government without power and direction; how
(. :< run a political party without them. The real distinction
hi 55 in the backroom, who reigns over a parcel
( never run- for major office and thus comes di-
on a citywide or statewide scale, and the boss
i ecisions with some logic because he submits himsell
the pi il ject to their veto "f his power.
Somi .';.. .ritten a book pointing out lhal the American political
idealist itical ayst< m which follows the pattern ol the econ-
i. systei I resumabl} the people as voters play the role of the
c imei my, and pi Ij a can idate should stand or
i. : demi rid in the political market
This is very ] t it is sim] u liesor, I
, ... ...

There lias to be some forward planning, to look beyond the locality
tc the si lion. 1 here ha.! to be -
i -. t ma led a part) ision eliti \l> count
against f thi in both parties I ...: thi 5 grov< tired and smug
.' Cd d I kee| rtj pen to new talent, and fear the
< eas and an unfamilia polil
As 1 York Democi 1 the r n a; prove
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a man but sti t"he re] n polls maki me ui
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members of the congregation
were thrown into panic, many of
the Jews running for the exit
doors. However, those who were
trying to leave found themselves
halted by the crowds on the out-
side.
The reports pointed out that
none of the Soviet militia was on
duty at or around the synagogue at
the time the attack took place.
Usually, there are militia men on
duly in front of the synagogue on
Jewish holidays
There were no reports of injur-
ies resulting from the attack and
the subsequent panic, however.
The reports did slate that no one
wa.- arrested and that no mention
of the entire occurrence has been
made to date either in Ihe Soviet
press or on the Soviet radio.
The reports on the violence oc-
curring on Bosh Hashona in the
synagogue were coupled with an
interview given this weekend by-
Chief Rabbi Levin to the Moscow
correspondent of the Now York
Times from which it could be seen
that Jewish religious leaders in
the Soviet capital are nervous
about what may happen to their
synagogue.
The Chief Rabbi told the cor-
respondent that the practice of
Jewish tourists and Israeli Em-
bassy personnel of leaving relig-
ious articles in the synagogue
"was being utiliied by black-
marketeers" *i>4 is exposing the
synagogue to attacks in the Sov-
iet press. He identified the
"black-marketeers" mainly *
Georgian Jews. One such attack
appeared in the Moscow news-
paper, Trud, which charged that
the syn*sogu as hm: used by
Israeli diplomats to distribute
Zionist literature and tc gather
"espionage and other slanderous
information."
In his interview, in Yiddish, with
the correspondent of The New
York Time.-, the Chief Rabbi de-
nied there had been a threat to
close the synagogue because of
such activities, but he added thai
the congregation was expected by
the Government to adhere to cer-
tain standards of behavior and not
to permit black-market activities,
and other such practice as mar-
riage matchmaking Matchmak-
ing still survives to Som< extent
in certain social gorups of the Sov-
iet Union. It is frowned upon
ideologically. Rabbi Ltvin said
that two weeks ago the president
of the congregation. Naum S. Pal-
er, warned the membership against
such activities.
Rabbi Levin told The New York
Times correspondent that 300 Jews
attend daily services at the Mos-
cow synagogue. 1 r. Sabbath their
number reaches up tc 1.000 while
on the High Holy Days the wor-
shippers overflow ir.'.i tb< street
He asserted that the financial con-
dition of hit congregations is
"good" ane! explained that the fi.
nancing el the*synagogue con-.es
from private contributi
Moscow was reported in the
1959 census as having a Jewish
population H ;i,000. |n tMi.
tion to the central synagogue,
Moscow has e 'prayer room" in
the Maryina Reshcha Malakhov-
ka, a Suburb en the eastern out-
! skirts of IN dry. Teh Malak-
hovka synac.ee u had ben burn.
1 ed down by ettcnists in 1959, on
i the eveninc o' Rosh Hashona,
resulting in the ceath of the sex-
ton's wife. f been reported fasted as a re.
suit of the Walaiehovka occur-
rence.
Rabbi Le was als
the interviewer about i
ol the yeshiva wh.ch he
conducting a in m at
goguo. The rabbi repor-
he has -ix students al
hiva now and thai he
to enroll eight 11 nine r
out of town i ui :re la
ing in M< -ce v. had ma-
possible thus far.
i.-kid hy
status ,
las hee-n
->na-
idly -aid
the \. ..
tad Imped
re from
11 turns-
!n- in>
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the Florida regional chapter of
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Dr. Stanford dui ir g his < istin
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"riday, October 12 1962
f'JewiitfH 'r
??;? II-A
UN Opener Brings Refugee Comedy
Hostess with the coffee pot is Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. She's
pouring for Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Fred Somerstein.
The occasion was a coffee at the home of Mrs. Snetman for
members of the hostess committee for the Temple Beth Sho-
lom dinner of tribute to be held Sunday evening at Doral
Country Club in honor of lames M. Albert. Temple president.
Albert Dinner Sunday to Attract
Top Community Leaders at Dora! Club


jor vent of
j ew Year th< Temple
ibute Sun-
evi D at the >oi .il Country
. ib, whi n Jam *! All ert, eon-
gr 'gatii pre: ideat, i to be in
-pc ght a : il bonoree.
Rabbi Loon Kronish. spiritual
leader ol Temple Beth Sholom. and
international vice chairman for
.synagogues in the Israel Bond ef-
fort, pointed out that Albert will
be honored for "his unique service
tn the Temple, the community and
the State of Israel."
Isadore Hecht is chairman of
Hie dinner, assisted by a com-
mittee ef leaairj cirvjregation
members.
Hecht minted w*. 'hat particul-
ar significance ia attached to this
dinner bj the fact that Israel is
sending i ne of its foremost states-
men as ts representative in the
Albert '" iming to Mi-
in hon tring Albert will
lei Yigal Alton, Minister of
tor an form.': commander of
Israel's southern
Gen. '-.....n was I mnder ol
he Pain :h, Israe commando
rganizi I n in the VVai u Libera-
ii n.
A highlight of i linner will
y the : resentati il .1 Book oi
itaining th >. expressions
and ition not
nlj ol I Stat lei, but of
Dade Heights
Honors Faskes
Mr. ai Mrs P. Faske were
the rschuvah
idaj I Dade
ish 1 -"- iti in,
\ pla de< the library
... nted.
ead ngrega-
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rt's frie
. :.' organi;
lions
Assisting :: hi in arrange-
ments fcr ;!-.e dinner are Rabbi
I.eon Kronish, Jack A. Cantor,
honorary dinner chairman and
Florida State chairman for the
State of Israel Bonds: Frank Ka-
men. Maury S. Olinick and Louis
F. Snetman. vice presidents of the
Temple: Mrs. Louis P. Snetman.
president of the Sisterhood: and
Dr. Harry E Wolk, president of
the Brotherhood.
Adult Education
At Zamora
Temple Zamora Sisterhood adult
education will include courses in
"Resinning Hebrew Reading."
"Bible." "Praver Book." and
"Customs and Ceremonies of the
Holidays and Home "
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will con-
duct all classes, and each will be
for one hour.
"Beginning Hebrew Reading'
and Bible" will be held in the
morn Book" and Customs and Ceremon-
ies of tli Holidays" will be held
in the evenings only.
Those mil-rested in attending
the sessions may notify the syna-
gogue office by Oct 29, giving
time and day preferred
The Sisterhood i> also inaugu-
rating classes for teen-agers from
15 Sessions will be held once a
week for an hour and a half in
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Courses will be given in "Bible,"
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Israel Battle
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Toynbee's proposal for unlimited
re admittance of the Arab refugees
the equivalent of asking Israel "to
commit hara-kiri." He also dealt
with Dr. Toynbee's contention con-
cerning the historical "minority"
status of Jews, declaring that more
than 200 years after the collapse
of the Bar Koehba revolt in 135
C.E.. "the Jews in Palestine were
far in excess of the percentage
you assigned to them."
Dr. Zeitlin added that more than
200 years later, in 315 C.E., the
Jews were strong enough and nu-
merous enough to revolt against
Rome in order to regain their poli
lical independence."
Continued from Page 1-A
billion dollars, by Jui e 30, 1961.
Britain ha I by :.nat time.
well over $66,000,000; Canada, over
$11,500,000: Australia, $2,272,000; lit-
tie .v Zealand, over 51.500.0 These have been the major con-
tributors. One must bear these fig-
ures in mind when reading the con-
cluding statements of the chapter
on the Arab refugees in "Interna-
tional Conciliation." These sen-
tences state:
Viewing Realities
"The major contributors to
UNRWA will probably reiterate
their belief that, as long as the in-
ternational community carries the
financial burden, it is entitled to
expect those immediately concern-
edIrael. the Arab countries and
the refugees themselvesto make
a real effort to resolve this tragic
issue ii seems likely, however,
that the Assembly will decide
either to continue UNRWA, or sup-
_ international
refu The
: a m p e Ii
.. it
Certait men of goo
must a< cept 1 senti nents, even
if a million ref-
based on official UNRWA
statistic-, must be questioned, since
the real number is probably lower
by about 50 percent. The question
arises: '"What are the "major con-
tributors" planning on doing?"
Foremost most those "major" phil-
anthropists is the United States.
j What, precisely, does the U.S.A. in-
I tend to dothis yearabout the
Arab refugees?
On this issue, this year, if ever
; is a time for genuine American
1 statesmanship. From every point
of view, the time is most propitious.
These facts support the thesis:
I' UNRWA must have its man-
', date renewed, but the refugees
' cannot be allowed to become vic-
I tims of a program of mass starva-
tionsince the Arab states will not
care for them:
21 The Kennedy Administration
has been in office Ion;; enough to
learn fully about the dimensions of
the problem, and to have worked
out definitive policy:
31 Congress and the American
people mas have approached a
point at which they are rea-y to
question .1 policy of continuing to
dole out relief to recipients doom-'
ed bj their own Arab brethren to,
perpetual povertj without at-
tempting some alternative that
would end the misery of those peo-
ple once and for all
Reason for Skepticism
But can the V S delegationand
its superiors in the Washington Ad-
ministrationbe depended upon to
take steps to solve the Arab ret
problem this j
On the basis of past be-
havior and present signs, the an-
swer seems to be "No." That is
the concensus of most informed
observers familiar with this is-
sue here. Financial responsibil-
ity or. the part of the U.S.A. will
be continued. But as far as any
long-rar.ge solution is concerned,
the outlook is not good at all.
There will be proposals for a
plebiscite among the refugees
questioning them as to whether they
prefer "repatriation" to Israel or
compensation by Israel. The third
alternativeresettlemei '
landswill be shunned i : the sim-
ple reason that the A
nol permit even the mention of that
possibility.
Even if, un er extreme pressure,
resettlement should be one of the
alternatives included in a plebis-
citesuch a vote by the Arab ref-
ugees would be anything but de-
cisive. The reasons for such skep-
ticism are clear.
Would the Arab "host" govern-
mentsEgypt, Jordan. Lebanon
and Syriapermit the spread of in
formation in the refugee camps
about the possibilities offered by
resettlement? Who would be elig-i
ible to vote? All who are on the ,
UNRWA relief rolls are not genuine j
refugeesUNRWA has admitted;
many times that its rolls contain
many, many thousands of dead,
whose ration cards have never been
surrendered by the living Wouli
UNRWA be in charge of a plebis-
cite?
Manj thou Is r :l
gees are in the UNWH \
rsi rs, teachi rs imp em-
stake in thi
tuation of thi
UNRWA ..... :
UNRWA officials
picion as I
:.-: ael 1 ie > -
one example of pai lip b)
UNRWA :- .i propaganda piece
published this month by UNRWA
itself. In an effort to show that,
the "host" governments do care1
about the welfare of the refugees
UNRWA has issued figures alleging ,
that the Arab states have helped
their miserable refugee brethren. \
Possible Laughter
According to UNRWA, Arab gov-
ernments have contribtued "S40.-
000.000 direct to refugees" since
1948not since 1950. when UNRWA
was founded. That figure is based
on information received by UNRWA
from sources certainly impeach-
ablethe Arab governments them-
selves. And the form of much of
that aid would arouse laughter
if the subject were no: one of ab-
solute earnestness.
Some of that "direct" aid came
in the form, for instance, of "Se-
curity" furnished by the Arab
governments. "Security" means
stationing police to keep the ref-
ugees inside the camps. Other
Arab governmental "contribu-
tions" were in the form of "rent '
bcokkeep.ng for ihe use of arid,
abandoned lane's where the camps
were located.
The plebiscite idea is not the only
one being mulle I im<
on the American side. Some.
deed, would propose revival of a
plan put forth by John Foste"
Dulles in 1955 for an international
fund to help Israel compensate the
refugees But such compensation,
even if it were arranged, would not.
solve the question of where to let
these refugees settle. Israel will
certainly not admit the vast bulk
of these hostile elements bent on
Israel's destruction. Will the Arab
governments let them settle'' The
answer is that they will notnot
for some years to come, until tha
present Arab regimes are out ol
the way.
Asserting Leadership
Tin American delegati in does
intend to back thi
for sol tioi mtl- '.
. .
1 U.X
ort to
elis together in I 1
-
In fairness, pointed
.-lit that the U.S.A
I way on this N ir
only would it be ipposed
Arabs. The Russians, too. having
their own axes to grind, would for
their selfish reasons oppose any
substantive solution that might be
proposed by the United States.
But neither the cold war nor Arao
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Friday, October 12. 1962
Sukkoth Observance Opens at Sabbath Services
Continued from Page 2-A
ture a sermon on SukkothPer-
iod of Joy and Contemplation."'
Mincha both days is at 5:30 p.m.
"The Joy cf Beginning" will be
the sermon by Rabbi Herbert
Baurrrgarti at Temple Beth Am,
5950 No Kendall dr.. on Friday
at 7:30 p.m. The Sukkoth service
will feature a special consecration
ceremony, honoring all new stu-
dents of the religious school. Can-
tor Charles S. Kodner will render
the musical portions cf the liturgy.
Sukkoth services Saturday morn-
ing are at 10 a.m. Sermon will be
""The Essence of Religion."'
At Temple Menorah, 620 75th St.,
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate and Cantor Edward Klein
will render the liturgy tor Suk-
koth services Friday al 5:45 p.m
Saturday mon ii r\ ices are at
h .. ii:. Sen ices the second day
ii Sukkoth will be Sunday at !>
a.m. Ral bi Abi amowitz will
ireach >:: both days.
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro \^:ii
Officiate al Beth David Congrega-
tion. L'(i25 SW 3r i ave., on Friday
at 5.45 pin. Sukkoth services
Saturday will be at ;> a.m. Steph-
en, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Khne. will become Bar Mitzvah.
Cantor William Lipson will render
the musical portions cf the lit-
Ushers Listed
urgy. Services Sunday, the sec-
ond day of Sukkoth. will begin at
9 a.m. Mincha both days of the
holiday is at 5:45 p.m.
Annual Sukkoth services at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave..
Hill be conducted by Rabbi Leon
vronish. with Cantor David Con-
viser chanting the musical por-
tions of the porgrams. Friday
evening services at 8:15 p.m.. will
be followed by an Oneg Shabbat
in the Sukkah hosted by the Sister-
hood. Children's harvest Sukkoth
festival will be held on Saturday
morning at 10:45 a.m.
Beth Tcrah Congregation, 1051
No. Miami Beach Blvd., will start
Sukkoth services on Friday at 6
p.m. Saturday and Sunday sched-
Our Big Task is to Bring
A Divine Message to Man
At Beth Am
Ben Clein. chairman of the re-
ligious committee, and Joseph
Masters, chairman of the High
Holy Days, has announced the fol-
lowing members who served as
ushers for the Yom Kippur serv-
ices at Temple Beth Am this week:
Morris Arkin. Robert Bender.
Atyer Brilliant. Murray Dubbin.
Jack Dulberg. Marshall Feuer.
Ivan Fisher. Dr. Daniel Franco,
David Frank, Robert Friedman.
Melvin Frumkes. Bernard Land-
ers.
Also Irving Lax. Harold Levin-
son. Alfred Lewi.-. Nathan New-
man. Morton Orfoaeh. Alex Rei-
kin. Howard Schwartz. Gerald
Schwartz. Nathan Seldtich, Sam
Stark. Marvin Stein, Samuel Steen,
ind Kdward Stern.
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
Surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Congregation Beth El
The season for the Sukkah, the
booth, which is erected and enter-
ed into on the holiday of Sukkoth,
stems from the verse in Leviticus,
'For caused the children of Is-
rael to dwell in booths when I
brought them out of the land of
Egypi Two views ol thi~ are ex-
pressed in the Talmud. One view
is that "the Jews literally dwell
in booth- The other view is that
"the Jews dwelt under a Divine
Cloud."
These two opinions represent
two approaches to Judaism. One
approach is an historical one. That
is, we dwell in the Sukkah because
our fathers did SO. The second ap-
"roirh is a religious one. We dwell
in the Sukkah because it repre-
sents the Divine Cloud. It is God's
desire that we observe the Mitzvah
of the Sukkah.
The former approach is good
only if accompanied by the latter
For if Judaism does not rest upon the secure foundations of religious
obligations, it leans precariously upon the shifting sands of sentimen-
tality
We see far too much of this in our day. Many have rejected all
forms of religious commitment, and retained only the "Jewish flavor."
They relish and feel an attachment to the "gefilte fish" and all the other
tasty morsels which Mama used to make. It is this which commands
their love and loyalty. They have boiled down the ""Essence"" of "Juda-
ism" to the "Essen" of Judaism.
We give far too much concern for "Jewish" humor, "Jewish" rec-
ords. "Jewish" cuisine, and many other side dishes, while Jewish relig-
ion, the main course, has been completely overlooked.
Not for this were we "chosen." We were not charged at Mt. Sinai
10 deliver recipes or jokes to mankind. We were "chosen" to bring
a divine message to the world and to cultivate a higher sense Of moral
responsibility in the hearts of men. This sacred charge can nol
fulfilled merely by sentiment, but rather through religi
igh passionate committment to the highest principles faith]
May this sacred season stimulate us to inci loj ilty I I
religious obligations of Judaism, thus str mgthening th spii
ir lives
RABBI SOLOMON SCHIff
. divine menage
ule is the same beginning with
Shachrifl at 8:45 a.m.. sermon at
|10:30 a.m.. and Mincha at 5:30
p.m. During Saturday morning
services, Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum will officiate at the Bar
Mitzvah of Scott, son of Dr. a"hd
Mrs Marvin Choos.
Kiddush in the Sukkah will fol-
low services which start on Fri-
day. 6 p.m., in Beth Kodesh, 1101
SW 12th ave. Services on Satur-
day and Sunday morning will be-
in at 8:45 a.m.. and Rabbi Max
Shapiro's theme for both days will
be "Power to Remember.'" Can-
tor Fred Bernstein will chant the
liturgical portions of the services.
Rabbi Jonah E. C a pi an will
-peak on "How Safe is my Home?"
::t Friday evening services usher-
ing in Sukkoth at Temple Ad*th
Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami Gar-
Saturday service i- at
9 a.m '' ith Mincha al S 30 p m
Sund edule is the same, with
bi Caplan's m< rning set
F ir Types ol People." ran
tor Morr !' r er will chant the
liturgj
Sukkoth services at Temple Ner
Tamid, 79th bI and Carlyle Bve
start on Fridaj evening at *> p.m
All services will be conducted bj
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Saul II. Breeh. Saturday and
Sunday morning services are
scheduled for 8 45 a.m., with the
si rmon topic en the fir.-t day "The
Clouds of dor) Symbol of the
Sukkoth and on the second day.
"The LulavImage of Man." Fol-
lowing each service a Kiddush
sponsored by the Sisterhood will
be served in the Sukkah.
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will
conduct Sukkoth services at Beth
Israel, 4000 Prairie ave. Friday
evening services are scheduled for
5:40 p.m with Saturday and Sun-
day morning called at 9 a.m. Ser-
mon topic the first day will be
"The Sancity of the Synagogue."
"Raising Esrogim in Miami
Beach" will be Rabbi Rottman's
sermon on the second day. Ever.
ing services will be at 5:10 and
5 40 p m Saturday and Sunday,
Weekend services at Beth Jacob,
301-11 Washington ave. will begin
Fri laj evening al 5:45 p m. Rabbi
rn's Saturday m<
sermoi n ices to begin at
Ti irs ol Joy "
: -:. m< rning al .ii;
' A Sukkah will
,be available for members Cantor ||
Maurice Mamches will chant th,
liturgical portion of all servicej
during Sukkoth.
Kneseth Israel, 1415 K
will hold services over the week-
end, with Rabbi David Lehrfield
: officiating and Cantor Ahraham
I Seif chanting the musical
of all programs. Fndav evening
ei vices are slated for 5 ,:i jj rn
; and Saturday morning al 8 30 a ni
Sermon topic will be
Glory."- and evening servici will
be at 5:30 p.m. Sukkoth sermon on
Sunday, services starting ,i g-3o
I a.m.. will be "Symphonv if th,
Lulav."
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Kenneth Myers (second from left), vice president of Mt. Nebo
Cemetery, congratulates Joseph Lipton. president of Temple
Emcura-EL on the occasion of the dedication Sunday of the
pie Emanu-El section at Mt. Nebo. Looking on are Dr
ig Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of the Temple, and
Kopelowitz. chairman of the Emanu-El cemetery com-
e. The dedication preceded special Temule services
ronducted by Dr. Lehrman for friends and relative's who came
Mt. Nebo on the occasion of the traditional High Holv Day
j-tason visitation of the deceased.
Arantco Ordered to Drop
Discriminatory Hiring Policy
Continued from Page 1-A
economic and religious rights of
lews and to secure and maintain
equality of opportunity for persons
i f the Jewish faith."
In Its decision, the State Com-
mission recognized it has no pow-
er to compel Saudi-Arabia to ad-
I mit Jews. It ruled, however, that
Aramco could not serve as a
cat's paw" for Saudi-Arabia in
[barring Jews from entering the
[country. Aramco's practice has
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In welcoming the decision. Mr.
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The Shah of Iran has thankei
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message of sympathy on the trag-
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quake in Iran.
A cable from Teheran was sign-
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Imperial Court, and reads:
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Gen. David Tesher at Luncheon Session
David S. Tesher. Consul General
of the State of Israel, will be guest
of honor and principal speaker at
the lOih anniversary conference of
the Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, it was announced
Wednesday by Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish, chairman bi the"conclave.
One of the first Zionist leaders
in his native Russia, and later in
Germany. Gen. Tesher has served
as Consul General of Israel in Chi-
cago for :'u pj s| lu, and a hair
years, with consular
over 15 II stern a.-.d south-
western tl
The Histadrut conference is
scheduled for Oct. 28 at the Seville ,
hotel, with several hundred leed-
ers of the Poale Zion, Farband., I
Pioneer Women and other Zion-
ist organizations participating,
Rabbi Kronish said.
Cen. Tesher rose rapidly in the
Zionist movement in Germany.
and was executive director of the
Zionist Organization in Berlin un-
til 1937. He then moved to Pales-
tine as a leading Zionist official,
and served in high government
posts during the post-Hitler per-
iod, which saw a tidal wave of
Jewish immigration into new-born
Israel.
After three years of service in
Canada. Gen. Tesher returned to
Jerusalem, where he was named
deputy director of Prime Minister'
David Ben-Gurion's office. In
195t>. he was named to the key
post of director of the Information
Division in the Israel Ministry for |
Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, and j
served in that vital position
throughout the Sinai crisis of
1956-57.
Gen Tesher will speak during
the 12:30 p.m. luncheon Oct. 28.
which will highlight the conclave,
scheduled to get under way at
10:30 a.m. He will arrive in Mi-
ami a day earlier to confer with
the top leaders of Histadrut.
Rabbi Kronish will report on
his recent survey mission to Is-
rael, durin.-j which final plans
for a new medical center in
Beersheba, capital city of the
Negev, were mapped by State of
Israel and H:stadrut officials.
J Z. Stadlan. president of the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami, said top national
officials of Histadrut also will par-
ticipate in the one~-day conference',
which will conclude at 4pm. Oct.
28.
Outstanding entertainment and
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Committee ol Greater Miami
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the Histadrut office. 600 Lincoln
rd, Executive director is Moshe
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Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Kennedy Vindicates Trust of a Small Nation
Washington
STATE DEPARTMENT career
officers found President Ken-
nedy's decision to provide Israel
-with-Haw* missiles reminiscent of
the 1948 recognition of Israel by
President Truman in defiance of
U.S. diplomats.
President Kennedy issued a di-
rect order to Secretary of State Dean Rusk after
realifing that the Department had for years evaded
Israel's pleas for balancing arms as the Arabs be-
came well equipped with Soviet jet bombers and
missiles.
One evasive pretext after another was used by
the State Department. The Department claimed
that Isral was sufficiently strong, that America was
not Israel's traditional arms source, that an arms
race must be avoided, and even that Israel exaggerat-
ed its peril far fund-raising purposes.
Career diplomats remained as Administrations
changed Many were never reconciled to Harry Tru-
man's 1948 action. They felt America should pursue
Arab favor, even at the expense of Israel. The posi-
tion papers lhat went on the desks of the Secretaries
of State and Presidents since 1948 reflected this con-
viction.
Imbalance leads to War
President Kennedy, as a Senator, had clashed
with the State Department on Middle East policy.
On November 2. i960. Mr Kennedy charged that
American diplomacy in the Arab-Israel situation
reflected "too much rhetoric and too little lead-
ership" He told former Senator Herbert H. Leh-
man that, if an arms race could not be avoided,
"then at the verv least, we should not condone any
imbalance between the powers, for imbalance also
leads to war."
Mr. Kennedy approved a plan of the Los Angeles
Demacratic platform pledging ettorts to preserve
Arab-Israel peace by trying to prevent an arms race
while guarding against the dangers of a military
imbalance resulting from Soviet arms shipments."
The Soviet Union last winter augmented its arms
supply to the United Arab Republic, Syria, and Iraq
with the latest jets and missiles. Israel could no
longer obtain adequate defensive arms from France
because of the limited range of French productive
capacity. Indeed, the Soviet weapons furnished to
the Arabs had in instances become more sophisticat-
ed than provided to actual satellites in the Sino-
Soviet bloc.
Avoiding Offense fo Nasser
Israel turned in desperation to the State Depart-
ment and got nothing but the same old evasive line
Nasser was described as actually more peaceful.
He wanted the Russian jets and rockets only for
domestic propaganda purposes. But if Israel obtain-
ed balancing arms, in the State Department view,
the situation would escale into an arms race.
The State Department meanwhile planned to great-
ly increase loans and grants to Nasser while he di-
verted his own resources to buy more Russian arms.
The Department was neutral to a Inend, Israel,
but friendlv to a "neutral." Egypt.
Career officers trotted out the cliche-ridden ex-
cuses against giving Israel even the purely defensive
ground-to-air missiles it so desperately needed. Is-
rael's cities were wide open to destruction by Nas-
ser's heavy jet bomber squadrons. Israel was the
only nation in the world menaced by Soviet-armed
foes that had turned to Washington for help and
been rebuffed.
The State Department still wished to avoid of-
fending Nasser although the whole Egyptian defense
establishment had become inextricably linked with
the Soviet military supply and training system. Sov-
:


Between You and Me:
iet technicians, whose presence in Cuba horrified
the Department, were ignored in Egypt. ;
This was the background when President Ken-
nedy designated Myer Feldman, already his deptity
special counsel'at the White-Mouse, to assist also
on matters of Jewish interest. Mr. Feldman's status
at the White House is on a much broader and higher
level than the limited capacities of former Presi-
tential aides like David K. Niles and Maxwell Rabb.
Mr. Feldman is not only well-informed but poss-
esses the courage to express his convictions.
The State Department sought to minimize Mr.
Feldman's recent visit to Israel, announcing that he
went only as a private citizen and was not necessar-
ily reflecting any official American view. The
President noted the attempts to undermine one of
MYER FELDMAN
PRESIDENT KENNEDY
his closest advisers. Meetings were subsequently
held at the White House in which Jewish leaders were
given Mr. Kennedy's personal assurance that Israel's
interests would not be ignored.
Indications of Change
The first indication of a dramatic policy change
came when Rep. Seymour Halpern. New York Re
publican, wrote a personal letter to Mr. Kennedy,
detailing the Arab military build-up. Rep. Halpern
requested clarification of American policy on Is-
rael's defense needs. Rep Halpern is a co-sponsor
cf the Keating-Halpern amendment adopted in this
year's Foreign Assistance Act to discourage further
aid to nations like Egypt which use their own re-
sources to buy Soviet arms.
President Kennedy asked the State Department
tc reply, on his behalf, to Rep Halperns "hot pota-
to The Department was on the spot, knowing the
White House would carefully observe its answer.
Assistant Secretary of State Phillips Talbot told
Rep. Halpern that Israels security had become "a
matter of deepest continuing concern" and revealed
that America was supplying Israel with "significant
amounts of (military) equipment as well as credit
facilities for purchases."
Because of Mr. Kennedy's intervention. U.S. au-
thorities now for the first time concede that an
arms imbalance exists; also, that it is in the Amer-
ican national interest and the cause of peace to
discourage Arab aggression by selling arms to Is-
rael. This established a precedent in American in-
volvement with Israel's security as part of the free
world structure.
The Hawk missile is one of America's latest
weapons It has just been adopted by the U.S.
Marine Corps to replace the Terrier missile. Just
a* the Marine motto, Semper Fidelis. indicates a
keeping of the faith, Mr. Kennedy has vindicated
the trust of a small, isolated foreign nation.
By BORIS SMOLAR
Intentions of Church Weakened at Ecumenical
WITH THE ECUMENICAL Council
opening deliberations in Rome on
October 11. it now becomes clear that
powerful for I- within the Catholic
Church strongly oppose any revision Ol
the Church's traditional attitude toward
.lews. Proposals for such revisions have
come from Jewish organizations, and
have been given support by a progressive-
minded group of Church dignitaries within the Vatican.
However, something has gone wrong in the last minute
Those within the- Vatican who have sought fundarm
changes in the Catholic attitude toward Jews have sud
denly felt their influence weaken, and have retreated from
their posit
The Preparatory Commission of the Ecun Coun-
cil which was t<. discuss basic modification of relations
een tb Church and the Jews (ire ppi i be entiri ques-
tion from its Scheduled artic. : pton
Catholic dignit pporting sue!
The g< ery proi
art of the sei th Ecumei
Council, is now alarmingly cool The session will last
several months, and the possibility exists that the situs
lion can still be retrieved. But no publicity whatsoever
can be expected either from the Vatican side or from the
other side oi interested Jewish bodies.
At present, the secretariat of the Ecumenical Coun-
<.: has in its possession three memoranda on subjects Bi
iecting Jews. The first is an analysis of references to
Jews and Judaism in Catholic textbooks which Jewish or-
ganizations would like to see eliminated The second con-
cerns itself with offensive passages in Catholic liturgy
The third focus-''- attention on the "Christ-killer" doc-
trine.- and the need for a permanent Church body to deal
means of bettering Catholic-Jewish relations. All ot
been made in the hope that the
ical Council will d< Ihe means of re-inter-
the Catholic Church
tlM wards Jews
-: an km : ... factor in Jewish
anti-Semitism is a
enoi i thai
its main s
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
To Live, One
Must Also Die
THE WHOLE LAND BRIMSTONE. By Anna Lano-
fu*. Translated by Peter Wile*. 311 pp. New
"~Yerlt: fMtwail Booh*, M E. 51t st. $4.95.
SCENE: POtANO. Time: September. 1939. Stage
direction: Bombs falling, blood, and terror, and
death. Anna Langfus' autobiographical novel falls
in the category of martyrology. that special inad
vertent gift of the Germans to literary history. The
books, fact or fiction or a combination of both, come
along year after year, each one with its terrible
similarities and each one, withal, quite different
from the rest. It is like the slow painting of an
enormous mural; add a face here, fill in part of the
'andscape there, outline another figure in that sec
tion. Only the pigments remain the same, as they
build up. layer by layer, equal parts of blond and
tears. It will never be done, this picture; it may
stop, sometime, but it will never be done.
The girl whom Anna Langfus describes is the
most pampered, coddled, naive young woman one
could imagine A young bride, she and her hus
band live with her parents, on whom she is com-
pletely dependent. She is a dreamer, a sensitive
child given to. faints and fevers at the slightest
pretS of reality. Thus it is with especial insight
that the detailing of her survival is given fi r sur
vive she does, through the death ef her parent- and
later, her husband, through gheth escape, mas
querade among Germans, capture, imprisonment,
torture and sentence of death. She seems to sur
vive sometimes almost without meaning to.
Often the very sensitivity which makes her mm.
vulnerable also shelters her; one's own dream-, no
matter how frightening, are preferable to a night-
mare world surrounding one. So. too. in dreams
are giver, the symbols with which to comprehend
the real world, a fantasy of horror and despair. The
very last scene in the book, beautifully drawn, uses
this technique, and it makes its point better than
any ameunt of exposition could ever do:
The war is over; she has reached her former
home and is in the cellar in the dark, alone Shi
slips into a daze in which she is trying to climb ;.
Steep hill in the face of a "maniacal wind." A mar,
comes toward her and picks her up effortlessly and
begins U carry her upwards.
l lair.e. in tin- pleasure : n< Irnger ha
Bui .i'i .< 11> I experienced ;i kind
i, i i. || oppn wed, Tn< i tei Ins n
It nu The v tin grtw i ; I '
Hi m< [ to ipin-- ni hi -. "i '
i :.. deepl)
v< ..lu.us breathed llk< U I said
,
,.- r.,1. resigned, I mad ai effort tn Innnli
tlnj i lani ::- nf air, Jmi enough to gi on II'
..i respiration And th< pain
became bean bli
The man is reality, the confrontation of the
rest of ih( countless days of her life. The meaning
is quite clear: in order to go on living with thr
memories v.i the dead, one must simply die a little
One must learn to live, think, feel, a little less deep
ly. Or the wind coming coldly down the hill will
'.(! you. ef course
Oil the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
On Yearly Predictions
IT IS <
1 this t
CUSTOMARY for columnists at
im< of the year to yield tc th
temptation of indulging in prophecy, andj
this one is no exception. However, in
view of the turmoil of the times, on
must either be an incurable fool or an|
impeccable seer to believe that even any
of his predictions will stand up when h
makes reckoning of his wisdom on tht<
tve of next year.
It is .-aid of a famed chassidic rabbi that when hi'
chassidim implored him to reveal the coming of Messiah,
he replied: "We who know keep peace with the secret,
and those who are articulate are uninformed" Which
rminds me ol the East Side chas-id 1 once encountered
Standing before a synagogue in deep contemplation. Wh
I asked the ninety-year-old gage "hat he was WS
for. he replied for Messiah. "Aren t we all waiting tot
Messiah' 1 asked him. and the old contemplative re|
thai h( had jusi read in a sacred tome th;it all heads would
become to greater knowledge and hearts t
deeper piet) when the redeemer came and that it i'"'1
lore pain ti wait for the "Coming of Messiah." I'"1"
It pay- K wail lor Messiah, hut we are living in a resl
i an age tro impatient and therefore undeserving
the messianic wisdom.
?
From Other Pages
The story oi how an invitation frcm a rabbi to a Kef
ii,, his temple led to the conversion to Judaism
Negri leadei who is now chairman of the Student V-
Violent Coordination Committee told in a recent i
of tl i la) Evening Post In an i rticlt on youn ji
ppos gation in the South. Charles Fr<
ik ;,:. of the Committe< lati d after
- that al first b< tl oi gfll ">;" ''' I
gle agi tion was the ] ,,u' s
net his.


Friday. October 12. 1962
. *eeW#> normffor)
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
T
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF
FLOR DA, IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN PROLATE,
No. 62C 10486
[OSEt'H FRANK LAVARONH
Plaintiff.
lENEVIEVE ANN IAVARONF.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBL CATION
GENEV1EVE INNI WAltoNE
Defendant
Tl ("hast Street
, tivi*u Nk.v J*r*e ~-
y..r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thmt
i I'omplalnt for Divorce has been
I against you, and you are re-
( irej i" berve b cop; if tor ..nau.v
,: pleading to the complaint on the
> ilntlff't ntlnrneva C \ | n l v v
toTHENRERO, SOS Bis ivne Build-
, ; Miami 32. Florida, ind file the
ir.glnal Answer <" pleading in the
,1 re "I the Clerk if the Circuit
.....t on or before the 2:'th ua> ol
iher, 1961.
if you full to ii*> *o. i Decree Pro
tfesao "Hi be entered igalnst you
or the relief demaa le) In the con*
i .tint.
DATED this 2Gth -lay of September.
E. B. I.KA rHERM \N
Clerk of the Circuit Court
,-..!> By: C. P COPBLAND
I *eputy i'Ii-i k
AIDIN & ROTHENBBR :
^- irneyi for Plaintiff
3-. ilBca) n# Bull ling
M ami :!-, Florid.i
' : I, 10/5-12-19
in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
F.tVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1017*
- IK WILLIAMSBURGH SAVINGS
lAN'K,
Plaintiff,
\ p.
:HNON W. GRIFFIN intl "LARICE
I PIN. his wife
: lefendanta,
VERNON VV '.K n-'IN' ml
CLARICE 0RIFFIN his wife,
. leal nee 'nknown i I ienerai
Delivery, Denvt*r, ilorado, and
.'l i art leg i I ilmln : ij. through,
under or agalnsl the tbove named
defendants, If alive >r If dead,
their unknown he -. devisees*
grantei s, I eg a i islgnees,
lienors. creditors, istees and all
parties having >r claiming to
have any ri-ht. title Or interest
iti tli" property herein described.
You are hereby notified that the
'\e captioned ictlon has been in-
tuted against you m the Circuit
art of the ELEVENTH Judicial
lit of Florida in ind for DADE
iinty t.i foreclose i n irtgage upon
following described real property:
Lot l, Block 97, THlKD ADDITION
To CAROL CITY, acco-dlng t.i the
:.t thereof, recorded In Plat Book
to u Page :''. of the Public Records
,.i I >ade 'ountj. Florid i
You ar. required to file your an-
er to plaintiffs complaint with the
Jerk of aforesaid Court, ind serve
;.\ thereof upon plaintiff* attorney
ARTIN" FINE, Hth Floor Dade
leral Building, Miami 32, Florida,
later than October 22, 1 .62 or a
Pro Confesso Will be entered
linst \ >u.
i-.-.i isth day of September, 1362.
K B. LEATHBRM \N.
Clerk of Hi- Circuit Court
-ill Bj : K. M I.YV i\
Deputy Clerk
VRTIN FINE
irney for Plaintiff
Floor 1 lade Federal Bl lg.,
I inn K. Florida
28, 10/5-12
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57102
RE Estate of
IACOH CHARLES E '-TEIN
I leceasa I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\u Creditors ind All Persona Hav-
Claims "r Demand^ Vgainst Bald
i *.
pou an hereby notified and re-
red to pri -.-i : and de-
gids which you maj have against
estate of JACOB "H MILKS EP-
r.'i\ deceased late of Dade County.
Irlila, t.. ih. i-1 inty i i Iges of Dade
unty. and file the. tune in their
in the "o intj Courthouse in
Je Coumty, Florida, within six cat*
months from the d ite of the
i' publication here >l ir the same
be b in. d.
A kRoN M. KANNER ft
UK- iRGE M SI ".< INS
INNER fi KANNER
lorneya
Security Trust Bldg.
(ml 32, Florida
. :.. 10 5-11
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAVE LAW
TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring t engage in
linens under the fictitious name of
'.V. CLINIC ii 907 N \V 2nd
|nue, Miami, Florida intends to
ster said name with the Clerk of
'ii cult Court of n i i "unity.
i la
THEODORE B, LAZARUS
(Ail rwne
fSI.KR & UAR8
lej for Appllc ml
S.W 1st Street
9/21-28, 1 Ml
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 52584-A (Olanton)
E Estate ol
LE ,l( IRUEN PI IULSEN
le. eased.
TlCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
LICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
TICE Is hereby given that I
filed my Fin.a Report m.i Peti- '
tor Distribution and Final Dis-
ks bi Executrix ol .....-tate jf
Joi gen Poulsen, deceased: anil
"i the 22nd 11> if > iber, IMS.
apply to the Honorable County
s iii Dade I' tunty, i" n Ida, for
>val of said Final Eteuorl and for
'' itlon and fin ii discharge as
llrix Of the estate Of the dbOVI -
I d( edent, This tlth day of
imber, 1962
AURA INQEBOH i AH LENS
1:
vIN I, WIENER, !; .-|.
ney
Insley Building
i SI, Fla.
9/21 -2^. 10/5-12
rMyN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File AA-20918
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that I
Martin Horgenstern, holder of County i
Tax Sale Certificate No, 8487 issued
the 1st day of June. A I >. I960, has
filed same in my office, ami has made
application for a tax deed to be issued
thereon, said Certificate embraces
the following described property in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, to-
wit:
Lot 15 Peacocks He-Sub Lots
' 2 :i Btk Hi lint TtrtOk Paw 1*1
in the County of Had.. Slate of
Florida.
The assessment of said property un-
dei the snid certificate was in the
name of Ethel L Lewis,
I'nLvss said certificate shall be re-
di emed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Curt House door
on the first Monday in the month of
November. 1IIS2, whleh is the r.th day
of November. 1962.
Dated this 86th day of September,
1962.
B. B. 1.EATHHUMAN.
Cl.rk of Circuit Court. Dade
(seal) County. Florida
By It. M. LEEPER,
Deputy Clerk
M/5-12-19-26
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LEGAL NOTICE
"And now, we'll vote on Israel's resolution .
that there be erected a Sukkah on top of the
United Nations Building."
Copr. 1962, Dayenu Production!
LEGAL NOTICE
I
NOTICIE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enwa*ce in
business un lei the fictitious name of
THE Itl'i M DEPARTMENT STORE
at Hade County, Florida. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit "in of Dade county,
Florida
SEAR i.\lil> OENBRAL CORP.
v, I lei i ware Corp.)
Sol- w tier
/2810/6, 12, 19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to emtage in i
busin under the fictitious name of
QOLD COAST SEAFOODS at 327 NW
lii'tth Street Miami. Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
RISE IMLPSTE1N
IACK D'AMATO
QEOROE, AMES & BITTER
Alt imev.s f ir tlold Coast Seafoods
9/2810/... 12, 19
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
PREFERRED REALTY at 9....0 Bay
Harbor Terrace. Bay Harbor Island,
Miami Beach ".4, Fla., Intends to reg-
ister *id n.im- with the clerk of the
,_ it ri'i .f Dade County. Florida.
BRET C1PES & SELMA CIPF.S,
Partners
9/2810/5. 12. 19
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51226
IN RE: Estate of
SAN DOR P.M.IN.
I leceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given thai I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Ids. ham. an
Executor of the estate of Randor Palln,
deceased: and that on the 1st day
of November, lsi.:'. will apply to th.-
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County. Florida. f>>r approval of said
I'm.ii Repccl and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
estate of tb,- above-named decedenl
This 21st day of September, 1962.
MILTON R. MANNHEIMER
Executor
KOVNKR MANNHEIMER
Attorney
42n Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
a a i" '.. 12. i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business unler the fictitious name of
TERRY KBt PERSONNEL at 1900
Building, North Miami Beach. Flor-
I ia mi .nda to r -glster said name with
the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade
tountj Floi id i .....
TERESA OOULDEN
Sole Owner
^_____________10/5-12-13-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
\ (TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned. le-irinK to engage In
business under the fictitious name Of
REVEAL, COMPANY it 217a Bay
Drive, Miami Beach 41 Florida In-
.-il- to register nald nmie with the
Merk of the Circuit Court of Dade
i 'ounti. Fl irlda
I.!. >YI> M. LeBOFF
Sole owner
; irii ,v Albert
y ii .. ii Vppllcant
,42 W Flagler Street w/6_u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the ;:i.i --;!-I leslrlng to engage In
. the fictitious name of
MAR 'SKY PLAQUES at 9810
s vv | itti i r ice, Miami, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk ol the Cti nit Court of Dado
Co inty, Flo : i ......
. NORAH M WOOTEN
, y | w.KV A. COMI'TON
MARTIN BUDNICK
v .... \ i nits
,.I vlnslej Bull lin
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 51142
IN RE: Estate of
LOUIS MEYERS,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereoj given that l have
final a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executor of the estate of I-ouis Me) -
ers, deceased: and that on the 1st day
Of November. ls2. will apply to the
Honorable County Judges of Dade
County. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Executor of the
estate of the above-named .t. ...l.-nt.
This 21sl day of September. 1S2.
MILTON It. MANNHEIMER
Executor
KOVNER MANN UK IMF R
Attorney
420 Lincoln Road
Miami RetR'h. Florida
9 98 M 5, 12. IH
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C10361
THE WILLIAMSBI'RflH SAVINGS
BANK
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57210C
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN MILLER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person 1 Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
. You ar.- hereby notified ami re-
i quired to preseni any claims and le-
' mantis which you may have agalnsl
the estate of K.-njaiiiin Miller de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
to tii- County .indues of Dade* Coun-
ty, ami file the same In duplicate and
I as provided in Section 783.K>. Florida
I Statutes, In their offices in the
County Courthouse in Dade County.
i Florida, within six calendar months
; from the time of the firs! oublication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Horlda, iiii- 1st
da of i Ktoli.-r. A I' 1962.
LEON A EPSTEIN
An Executor
First publication of 'his notice on
tli. :,tli day of October, 1962,
LEON A. EPSTEIN
I Attorney for Executor
120 Lincoln ltd M B Fla
____________10/S -12-19- -'.'
: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57201-C
IN RE: Estate of
HARRY ROTHMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hu\
big claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and m-
quired to preseni any cb>nis nn-\ de-
mands which you may have against
th. estate of harry ROTHMAN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had.- Coun-
ty, and file i lie same In their offices
In the County Courthouse In Had.
County, Florida, wiiliin -i\ calendai
months from the date of the first
publication hereof, oi the same will
be barred.
LEONARD E, II. ROTHMAN
Executor
WEINKLE .v KFSSl.Ei;
Attorney >
814 Seybold Building
Miami 82, Florida
________________________________lU'5-12-1',1-2'1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 57008-B
IN P.E: Estate of
ROBERT M STEWART,
l leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All Creditors and All Persona Ha>
Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and re-
[quired to preseni any claims and de-
mands which you maj hav* agalnsl
the estate of ROBERT M. STEWART
deceased late of Dade county. Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the game in th. ir
offices in the County Courthousi In
Dade County, Florida, within si\ ..ii-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57222B
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN Ji.SSKM
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and ie
quired to present any claims and de-
mand* which you may hue agalnat
the .stale of BENJAMIN JIISSKM
deceased late of dade County, Flor-
ida, to th.- County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16.
Florida statutes. In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same win be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 87th
day of September, A.D. 1962,
HENRIETTA J< ISSEM
As Executrix
BYRi IN I. SPARBER
Attorne) for Executrix
42H Lincoln i:.i.. Miami Beach, Fla
__________________________10/5-12-19-36
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORID- lOBATE
No. 87142A _*I
IN RE: Esta.
I.F< IN R. BELMONT,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Damages Again Said
Bstata
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pr.s.nt any claims and demands
which you may bay. against the
estate 'f LEON R BELMONT deceas-
ed late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vio.-.l in Section 7:'.:',.l.i. Fh rida Stat-
utes, In th. ir offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
yviihln six calendar months from the
tim- of the first publication hereof, or
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24 lay
ot September, A.D. 1!>2
MARION B BELMONT
As Executrix
KOVNER A. MANNHEIMER
Attorn, y f..r Executrix
CO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
_________^_______3 2<1" i, 12. 19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C-10181
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a
United States corporation.
Plaintiff,
.' 81-88, 10/S-tl
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
i... ,i, lei ir -l deslrliw to engage in
business -jnd3r the fictitious names of
...... r.l;\ UKOAN SVUD10 Of MI-
AMI, DADE PIANO STORES at 3636
W FI.'Im Miami. Florida intends
to register -ill names with Che Clerk
,f the i >ull '.art >f Dade County,
i' I
DADE Ml'sic CO., INC.
a i-'ioi i i corporation
S ile owner
.1 DAVID UBBMAN
Attor.j M.:-.n, ^ u
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
N (TICE is HEREBY OIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, leslrlng to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
UNITED SUNDBY SUPPLY at 2M0
Keystone Boulevard, North Miami,
Florida Intend t > register sal I mime
he clerk ol the Circuit Court of
ountj. '' orlds
ALLAN fJADOL
MO IRIS OADOL
. IADOL
Sole Owi n
9/21-28, 10 i 11
IVAL JACK Ti iotIIMAN. a single
man. and JUDY I.KE TOOTH-
MAN, a single woman
Defendants.
TO: JUDY LEE TOOTHMAN, a
single woman
1616 Clialiiieni'a Blvd., Apt No. 1 mi Sevbold Building
North Hollywood, California Miami 32, Florida
You ar.- hereby notified thai the'
endar months from thi dat<
first publication hereof, or thi
will Be barred.
JEROME H. WEINKLE
Executoi
W EIN KI. E ,v K ES8LER
Attorneys
if tb.
sani.
hereby
above captioned action has been insti- .
tute.l against you in the Circuit C.....-t I
of the Eleventh Judicial circuit of I
Florida in and for Dad. Cunty to fore-
Close a morts;ag upon ih- following
described real property:
l^.t 2R Block JS. ci'TI.ER I!IIh;E
section FIVE, acconllng to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plal Book ". i
Page 66 of the Public Records i
County, Florida, together with
Porch, L-amp Post W Switch at House,
Wclbilt B/In Oven St Range r.in r,3
Tub and shower Enclosure, Venetian
Blinds. Range II.....I W Exh Fan. Hot
Water Heater. Cone Clothes Poles,
Cone Garbage Bin W Can
You are required to file you* answer
to plaintiffs complain 1 with the Clerk
ot' the aforesaid Coin:, and serve fl
couv thereof upon plaintiff's attorney.
MARTIN FINK
14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami ''-'. Florida
not later than October !9th, 1962, or a
lie, lee 1 'I'll Collf. S-o will I.....Ilt-I'd
agalnsl you.
Dated: Sepi 26. 1962.
K I'.. LEATHERMAN
cierk of the Circuit Court
By c. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINK
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami :',2, Florida
9 28 10 :.. 12, ]*
in 5-12-19-26
Yi
a C
the
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that:
the undersigned, desiring to engage In |
business under the fictitious name of iseal)
RELIANCE EXCHANGE al 1SS8 N vv
54th St., Miami intends to register
siid name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court ..r Dole County. Florid.,.
ANDRE MEUNIBR
9 21-2s, in 5-12
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10031
EDMUND MAROIEWICZ and
SYI.YI \ M VRi 1IEW1CZ,
Plaintiffs,
f Dade vs.
Sen en ; KAB1. I'. BERRINiiER and
ELIZABETH .1 BERRINOER,
his wlfi .
I lefendanta
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl l: EUZABETH J BERRINi IER
Resldi n- unh now
I' ARE HEREBY N< ITIF1EI' thai
implalm to Forech< Morts gi oi
following, lies. ill-.d pi,]., I\
Lot is. Block 14, WEST WOOD
i.akK. a subdni :. :. cording i"
the I 'Un Hi. reof, I cord* d Ii Plal
Book "iT. at Pssge 29, ol tb.- Public
Records of Dadi County, Florida;
has been filed agalnsl you, and you
art required lo servi .. copj ( youi
Vi iwi Pleading Ii thi < nyplalnt
on Plaintiffs' at tome j II Robert
KOLTNOW, lli Rlscayne Building.
Miami. Florida, and nl. the original
Answer or Pleading In th< offlci of
the cierk of the Circuit Court on or
befoi the --'ml da, nl i >. : bi i
If you fail to do -.. Judgemenl by
default will be taken against you tor
in- Rellel demanded In thi Complaint
DATED AT MIAMI. Dade County,
Florida, this 17th ,la\ of September,
1962.
K B I. KATII EKMAN. C1< r if
' "ir. nit Court Dade County, H ."Ids
Bj c. p ii (PELA> J
I leputj i "l.-i k
H ROBERT Kol.l'Ni '\Y
Attorney for Plaintiff
1106 Biscaj ne Building
Miami, Florida
9/21-28. 10/5-12
JODY HERRMANN, et al 1
Defendant*.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JODY HERMANN and RICHARD
HERMANN, her husband
YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
suit lias been filed In the above sty lei
'Court to foreclose thai certain mort-
gage given by c, KEEN THISTLE,
INC., to MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND Loan ASSOCIA-
TION, dated March 13. 1967, recorded
.March 14. 1957 undei Clerk's File No.
GO-4412a, .^ the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida, against the
following described property, lying
and being in Dad. County, Florida.
tO-wll:
I...i | in Block :::. of IVES ESTATES
SECTION t. according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Flat Book 60
at Page 79 of the Public Records of
Dade County, Florida.
You are required to serve copy of
your answer or pleading on the Plaint-
iffs attorneys, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen
& Rose. 1T Lincoln Road. M I a in i
Beach, Mori.la, and file the original
answer in the Office of the Clerk of
the circuit Conn on oi before the
6th da) of November, 1962: otherwise
ih.- allegations of said Complaint will
be taken as confessed by you
Dated at Miami. Dad.- County. Flor-
ida, tin- 3rd da> ol I ii tobei. 1962,
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
(seall Bj I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Plei k
10/5-12-19-21
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57170B
IN RE: Estate of
JACOB BERNSTEIN, also known
an J \ci< BERNSTEIN,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons lli\ -
ling Claims or Demands Against Said
, Kslal.
You are herebv notified .....I re-
quired to preseni any claims and de-
mands which you max ha\e against
Hie .-t.it. ol JACOB BERNSTEIN,
also kie.wn as JACK BERNSTEIN
deceased late of Da,i.- county. Flor-
ida, t. the County Judges of Dade
Cunty, and file the same in duplicate
an.i as provided in Section 7SS.16,
Florida statutes, in their offices m
ilo County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida Within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, oi the same w in be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 87th
day ol s.-pt. mli. r, A.D 1962
FANNIE BERNSTEIN
As Executrix
Frlsl publication ol this notl a
the -~'ili day of October, 1962
Myers, Hel.....n, Kaplan .< Catsman
i Attorneys for Executrix
1150 ."' W, 1st Street
-12-19-26


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by ISABEL GROVE
day and date for the 'homecoming" cocktail party Lee
kd Dr. Art tiro rli Filippi arc KlvillS i" Hielr home, PS S'V ?ntn
, is Sunday. Oct. 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Change due
I confusion of dates with the caterers Guests at Uie attair.
finally planned for the day before, are the Young Patronesses
the Opera and their husbands the di Filippis recently re-
led from Europe, where they had less trouble booking stars
H the Opera Guild's 1964 season .
E. Albert Pallot and his attractive bride. Hermine. are back
Ironi a 25.000-mile trip around the continent of Africa Now
"til the new Mrs. Pallot has to do is find a place in their apart-
ent for the many strange and primitive souvenirs they accum-
1*1' ; from exotic Kenya, Nairobi and Tangyanika Their
Hmpanions on the tour, .lack and Gail Sandier, celebrated their
eond wedding anniversary aboard the SS Rhodesia Castle, en
> route to Zanzibar .
-
I A two month motor trip for Ethel and Ralph Spero, who log-
Hd 9.000 miles Traveling north, they made stops in Boston,
dfcunquitt. Me., kept going to Montreal and Ottawa, where they
m* the impressive and picturesque changing of the guard to the
companiment of Scotch bagpipes at the Parliament building .
Mntinued into Winnipeg, Calgary, Lake Louise and Banff ... On
Ike return le., ol the journey; they stopped in Atlantic City to
visit with Ethel's sister, Mrs. Harry Davidson, and another sis-
kr, Mrs Celia Dietz, in Philadelphia.
- -
Newly-married Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cone, of Deerborne
School, shared their beautiful wedding cake with their five chil-
dren, then took them along for the honeymoon on Miami Beach
B. In addition to youngsters Laura Wepman, Perry Cone. Pamela
Cone Bruce Wepman and Janathan Cone, the family manse also
Mouse- three dogs, two cats, and a horse called Pandora, who
probably has to remain outdoors .
, After an absence of 15 years, Ruth and Nate Sklar welcomed
borne with a party hosted by friends, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Can-
tor, 21 Hi Alhambra Circle Here to assume his duties as direc-
tor of Retarded Children's Society of Dade County. Nate was chief
psychiatric social worker at the U.S. Air Force Rehabilitation
pital in Coral Gables while popular Ruth was serving as first
jector of the Miami Beach YM and YwHA Day Camp, men
atcd at 1 Lincoln rd. In the interim, Nate was executive
ctor of the Jewish Family and Children's Service in Prov-
Ce, R.I.. for 12 years Now with their three olispring.
bara. Bill and Susan, they're catching up with their many
nds who are showing every evidence of being happy to have
ni all back.
- -
[ When Janis (Mrs. Austin) Burke is in the mood to give a
y. she doesn't let the fact that there is barely a stick of furni-
in her yet-to-be furnished living room deter her Invita-
s are now in the mail for a midnight surprise party Janis is
osting with Pat Bromberg at her home. 2218 Alton rd., on the
of this month Accustomed to female foibles. Austin is
ed but resigned .
Visitors to the Japanese Steak House. Miami Springs Villas,
illy charmed with the petite Japanese waitresses One.
te maiden name was Ikuko. is Mrs. Jules Goldstein The
Je met more than a dozen years ago in Tokyo where Jules
a civilian employee with the U.S. Army They now have
delightful children, William David 11, and Naomi Ruth 9 .
Smart enough to get "A's" in their school work and lucky
gh to be the offspring of Armand Cerami, co-owner of Tony's
Market, Armand, jr., and sister Calli were rewarded with a
to New York to see several games in the World Series .
il> lives at 6437 N. Bay rd.
-
Two attractive and popular local women, Mrs. Wolfie Cohen
Miss Beverly Keusch. "trapped" by the Candid Camera crew
week when they attempted to hail a taxi in front of their
York hotel They have had to admit, reluctantly, that
Jthey could say when the prank was exposed was "'Oh, no!"
Watch for them on your local channels .
Internationally-recognized abstract artist. Dorothy Israel.
put her own inimitable individual stamp on the Gallery res-
IBr.i' t before she gave up ownership recently, currently has some
per paintings in a two-man exhibit showing in Frankfort, Ger-
py She'll present slides of her work and a lecture to the
ibers of the Miami Beach Art Assn., on Friday at the Wasb-
^on Federal bldg on Miami Beach .
George Milhet nas set himself a goal of getting 20.000 out-of-
jobs for Cuban refugees in Miami One move in his cam-
jn was to chair a luncheon Thursday at the Columbus hotel
en by the Cuban Exile Industry to Industry Committee, attend-
[by Mayor Robert High and industry leaders .
A foursome seen dining at the Big Porterhouse restaurant in
hdall, the William J. Weissels and the Stanley Roths Weis-
a Miami attorney, recently acquired control of the Bank of
fmi Beach with Dr. Kurt Peiser Roth is executive vice
sident of Mayflower Supply .
Leonard Zilbert. vice president of Riverside Memorial Chap-
will attend the convention of Jewish Funeral Directors in
Springs, Calif., in early December Wife Rosalind will
Jnipany him on the two-week trip.
the
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"dfewjish FloridHan
Miami. Florida. Friday. October 12, 1962
Section B
Planninq session for the 1S62 Shalom Cruise Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Monier is Vice Consul
sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. of Haiti. The Shalom Cruise is scheduled
brings together (left to right) Mrs. Akiva Gof- Nov. 8 to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem. Zim
fer, Mrs. Wolf Lazarus, Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Lines flagship. -
Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Gladys Monier and
Emanu-EI Ladies
Will See Play
At Annual Meet
An original play, presented by
the Temple Emanu-EI players.
"How to Succeed in Sisterhood
Without Really Trying." will high
light the annual membership tea
of Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood
en Friday. Oct. 19. 1 p.m.. in the
Eden Roc hotel.
Produced and directed by Mrs
Trixie Levin, the play features all
Sisterhood members in its adult
cast. Piano accompanist will be
Deva Solo v. Players include the
Mesdames Ben Ball. Barbara Bes-
sey. Leonard Glickman. Murry
Koretzky. Rocky Pomerance. Ber-
nard Selevan. Morris Tarasow,
Steve Wald and Milton Weinkle.
Children featured include Nancy
Friedland. Lisa Gordon. Olivia
Levin and Mindy Mitnick.
Mrs. Theodore Zalles. member-
ship vice president, will serve as
chairman of the day.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will
be guest speaker, according to
Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Sisterhood
president.
"This program is open to all
new Temple members, and we
hope that many of them will join
Sisterhood on this occasion." Mrs.
Goldstein said. Reservations may
be made at the Temple office.
Talking over plans for the annual membership tea of Tem-
ple Emanu-H Sisterhood, scheduled Oct. 19 at the Eden Roc
hotel, are (left to riqht) Mrs. Trixie Levin, who is director and
producer of the original play. "How to Succeed in Sisterhood
Without Really Trying," which will be featured; Mrs. Theo-
dore Zalles, membership vice president and chairman for
the day; and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood president.
Pioneer Clubs Slate Activities
Pioneer Women. Bbe I del son
Club, will have an Oneg Shabboi
on Saturday, 1 p.m.. at the home
of Mrs. Sarah Bobier. 1211 Mar-
seille dr., who has just returned
from an extensive trip to Israel.
Dr. Celia Davis, cultural chair-
man, will present a program which
includes current topic discussions,
reading, and singing. Refresh-
ments will be served. Mrs. Isaac
Offenh-enden is president
* *
Kadimah chapter was to meet
on Thursday at Beth David Syna-
gogue. A film on the growth and
development of Israel, and the
help given by Moetzet Hapoalot.
was to be featured. Mrs. Annette
Blacker is program chairman.
*
Club 2 will hold installation cere-
monies on Monday evening at Far-
band Cultural Center. 842 Wash-
ington ave Miami Beach. Mrs.
Abraham Shedroff is chairman
Slate of officers includes Mes-
dames Irving Liftman, president:
Abraham Shedroff. Miriam Wolf-
man, vice presidents; Nathan Os-
trov, financial secretary; Sadie
Rosenberg, treasurer; Aaron Lieb-
man. recording secretary; Harry
Greenberg. corresponding secre-
tary.
Also Mesdames Nathan Book-
span and Celia Oilman, chairmen.
Moetzet Hapoalot; Sally Barr.
membership chairman: Rose Mar-
cus and Isaac Katz. chairmen.
Child Rescue Fund; Gertrude Hor-
owitz and Anna Godron. national
fund chairmen; Sally Barr and
Abraham Shedroff. publicity: Jos
eph Mintzes. Israel Bonds; Sally
Barr. journal: Joseph Mintzes and
Nathan Bookspan. Histadrut;
Nathan Bookspan and Bessie Ruch-
lin. Federation; and Aaron Lieb-
man and Frieda Sack, cultural
chairmen.
Beth El Sisterhood
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will install
officers of the Congregation Beth
El Sisterhood at the group's Suk-
koth party to be held on Sunday
in Dora August Memorial Hall at
7:30 p.m.
UM Phi 5ig Unit
Pledges Hopefuls
local students at the University
of Miami recently pledged by Phi
Sigma Sigma sorority are:
Eilene daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Marvin Apple: Judith, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Scl H. Brown; Ellyn.
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Saul 11
Kaplan; Mareia. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. David Noroff; Diana.
daugghter of Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Reynolds: Shan, daughter of
Or and Mrs. Milton Saslaw; and
Mareia. daughter of Maj. and Mrs.
Leonard Wolfcr. USAF
Officers ol the chapter are Au-
drey Borok. president: Suellen
Gardner vice president: Roberta
Bendell. recording secretary; Jayne
Lubin, corresponding secretary;
and Susan Englander. treasurer.


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Page 3-B
Cedars Women Set for 4th Anniversary
Founders' Party at Dupont Monday
The four-year service saga of
Cedars of Lebanon's Auxiliary be-
gan the day the first spadeful of
earth was turned at the site of the
former Miami Country Club on
Oct. 14. 1958.
From that time onward, their
ranks have increased to nearly
700 members, the S4 million non-
sectarian hospital they dreamed
of has been built.
At a meeting of the fourth anni-
versary reception committee this
week, president. Mrs. Nathaniel
Levin, recalled some of the Auxil-
iary highlights which will be
dramatized at the founders' cele-
bration social n Moi :
;it the Dupont Plaza h
Chairman of the ;ala fui
- Mrs. Doran Zinner, of i u r a i
Gabli -
Firs) charter mem re
offered on June l. 1958 and a
founders' coff<.....n Oct. 14 of that
year officially launching the fledg-
ling group <>!' 80 women on their
task of volunteer aid.
Beth ~avid Sisterhood will have a luncheon meeting next
Wednesday. "Around the World with Sisterhood" will be
the theme of a musical program. "French Scene," will be
preserved by (left to right) Mrs. Daniel Jaffe, Mrs. Edward
Syrop. and Mrs. Jack Hopkins. Meeting will be in Spector
Hal! of Beth David.
|RT Women Will
ee Fashion Show
Woi i's American ORT mem
its and friends attending a
lunchei r at the Deauville hotel on
Wednesday, Oct. 17. at 12 noon
till b treated t) an exclusive
fashion -now.
Modeled by ORT members, the
fashion! were made and designed
by Stuaents in ORT vocational
training schools in many parts of
the W01 .
Peopl" who have never known
comfur' who come from the bar-
est of ghettos, designed these most
luxurious clothesa tribute to
)RT training techniques.
Hat- and accessories are by
Jordan-Marsh, with commentary
b> Mrs Howard Dunn, and music
by Mrs. Syd Hoff. Dr. Irving
Lehrman, of Temple Rmanu-El,
Iwill giv the invocation, and na-
[tmn.-il ; rogram chairman, Mrs. A.
I' y Stahl, will be speaker.
Mrs. Stahl has traveled to ORT
Bnstalhit ns all over the world and
jhi- sp en to ORT groups in Can-
|a Chairman is vice president, Mrs.
lacob -lassman. who invites all
fenembers and prospective mem-
bers n -nake reservations for the
ffaii
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
Sisterhood of Temple Menorah
will hold a meeting on Wednesday
evening in the Social Hall. A skit
entitled "A Fateful Decision" will
' be presented. Mrs. Joseph Feld-
i man will conduct the evening's
entertainment. Mrs. Ray Morse is
Sisterhood president.
Sinai Women's
Member Party
Temple Sinai Sisterhood mem-
bership committee is planning an
evening for members of the Sis-
terhood, prospective members and
guests.
"For Whom the Belles Toil" is
the theme of the annual member
ship party to.be held next Wed-
nesday evening, 8:15 p.m.. in the
Temple Auditorium.
Program chairman, Mrs. Esther
Borrock. and her co-chairman,
Mrs. Zelda Lowy, will present an
original skit with members of the
Sisterhood participating. Refresh-
ments are being planned by the
hospitality chairman. Mrs. Helen
Rodstein.
Membership chairman, Mrs.
Rose Berger, is in charge of reser-
vations.
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Film of Israel
Available Free
By Special Report
Program chairmen arranging
meetings for the coming season will
be interested in a film recorded
ind photographed in full color in
Israel.
The picture, "Holidays in Israel."
has been shown some 1,000 times
to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods, and
chapters of national organizations
all over the United States. Can-
ada and the Panama Canal Zone,
and is hailed as an artistic triumph,
filled with Jewish spirit and the
enthusiasm of the people of the
State of Israel.
"Holidays in Israel depicts the
celebration of Passover and Shavuot
in Israel, highlighting the ancient
festival customs, many of which
are like those in America, and
some of which are unique to Is-
raelis.
Seen with the ceremonial ob-
servance and the national celebra-
tion are color shots of the land it-
self, as well as of the people. The
young people, especially the beau-
tiful children, steal the show.
"Holidays in Israel" is a 28-min-
ute picture, non-commercial, al-
though it is made available to Jew-
ish organizations by a leading
American food company. All that
any program committee need do
is to provide a screen, a projector
wired for sound, return postage on
the reel of film, and somebody to
run the machine. The rest is free.
Program chairmen may write
for details and open dates to Film
Dep't., H. J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box
57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa., mentioning
that they saw the offer in The Jew-
ish Floridian.
A French flavored fashion show
in January, 1959, helped to accent
the big drive for campaign lead-
ers, and was a fitting prelude to
the groundbreaking ceremony on
Nov. 8. 1959. and the inaugural
hall which followed a week after-
wards.
In November, 1960. the Auxil-
iary was tho recipient of an award
from ch. ID television for "out-
standing community service."
Their Life Guardians Luncheon in
May, 1961 set new standar :
philanthropy, adopting a pled
S100.0OD I y the Auxiliary to
the construction program.
The ice Train
in O

'': Da\ schii
; luxiliary's
Gifl
Lun N SI
proved to be another -
iandm irk in the exciting h
if the Auxiliary. It precede
official dedication and openii
the hospital doors by nine da\<.
Some 5,000 persons were on
hand Nov. 19, 1961, when the
Greater Miami community offi-
cially welcomed Cedars of Leb-
anon as the newest addition to the
Metropolitan Medical and Civic
Center.
The Auxiliary has since been
cited by local newspapers on two
MBS. DCRAN Z'NNW
r their <
partic ; raisin?

ers' fl
Mati rnit; -
the nam f
i] i the -;K it .-:
the artistic "Tree of Lii
morial. They have filled the pages
of the bronze Book of Healing
which can be seen standing in.
the Cedars main lobby.
'"As we face our fifth year, we
jour confident of the future," said
i Mrs. Levin. "We have every in-
tention of fulfilling our second
pledge of $125,000 to move our
I hospital ahead. The work must
! begin soon, because the need for
beds is critical."
Academy Women
Sukkoth Meeting
A Sukkoth coffee meeting will
initiate the newly-formed Hebrew
Academy Women's journal steer-
ing committee. The function will
be held in the traditional Sukkah
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex-
ander C. Moskovits, 3054 No. Bay
rd.. on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
According to Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, this is the annual journal
kick-off. which officially inaugu-
rates the journal project.
Miss Sue Berkowitz. journal
chairman, said this year's journal
will be a dedication edition.
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1332
Temple Judea Sisterhood will hold a dessert luncheon for
members at the Temple on Oct. 24. Program of the day will
be a "million dollar" fashion show consistina of jewels, furs
and wigs provided by leading merchants of Coral Gables
and mcdeled by Sisterhood members. Coral Gables Police
will provide armed guards for the jewels by Balogh's, furs
by Adrian Thai, and wigs by Lar.or. Mrs. Martin Nash (stand-
ing) is shown wearing a jasmine white straight mink sto'.e
and a diamond necklace, including 10 mil pearls with a 10K
diamond clasp and diamond earrings. Mrs. Joseph Krefetz
(seated) is wearing a silver blond imported human hair wig.
45K diamond necklace, fancy diamond cocktail ring, and
diamond earrings. Commentary will be by Mrs. Joseph
Snyder. ________
Pioneer Women's Council Plans Leaders'
Training Seminar Here Next Tuesday
Greater Miami Council of Pio-
neer Women will hold its fourth
annual Leadership Training Semi-
n.ir on Tuesday from 10 a.m.. in
the Algiers hotel.
Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice presi-
dent of the Council, will serve as
chairman of the seminar, which
will deal with the many undertak-
ings and achievements of the Pio-
neer Women and its sister organi-
zation. Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel.
Wise Chapter
To Hear Review
The regular meeting of the
Louise Wise chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will be held
on Thursday. Oct. 25. at the
Carillon hotel. Luncheon will he
served at 12:30. followed hy a
book review by Rabbi Samuel
April.
Rabbi April, spiritual leader of
Coral Waj Jewish Center, will re-
view the book '"Perfidy.' by Ben
Hecht.
Mrs Herman Feller president
of the chapter, will conduct the
meeting and discuss plans for the
appearance "f Mrs Betty Alder-
son, national director of the Wom-
en's Division, at a luncheon
fashion -how to be held in Movem
ber
Mi> Isidor eBaum will give the
invocation, and Mrs Anna White
will lead the group in the National
Anthem.
Hostesses under the direction of
Mrs. Lillian Townsend. will be
Mrs. Rose Glickson. Mrs. Ida
Glickson. Mrs. Bee K. Meyers, and
Mrs. Rae Bernstein.
The two groups jointly are respon-
sible for the founding and main-
tenance of some 1.000 institutions
of Israel's vast social service pro-
gram.
Openinj session welcome will be
given by Mrs. Milton Green, pres-
ident, and Mrs Goldman's key-
note theme will be "Know-How of
Organization."
Morninj sessions will be ad-
dressed b> Mrs. Sally Barr. Coun-
cil membership chairman; Mrs. Et-
ta Lichtblau. president of Aviva
chapter? Mrs Fred Sandier and
Mrs Milton Kessler, who will pre-
-. i member>h:p -k "
Also Mrs Moses M
president; Mrs I i., Bickow, vice
president of Club 1; ami Mrs. Fred
Sandier, who will give a mono-
logue.
Lunch will be served at 1:15
p.m.. and Mrs. Marvin Copenhag-
en will give the invocation.
Afternoon workshops will be on
"Treasurer's Woes" b> Mrs Sarah
Shapoif. and "Dues Blues'" by
Mrs .lack Sttla
Partie in > imple meet-
ing '.' rt's Rules i >: ler'
are Mr- Green. Mrs S-
.- : Mrs I ick Sills i
I Mrs N'otkii
u M: :-:.,:
spending tarj
Mrs Moses Meyi
Mrs. ;' -r Her, program: Mrs.
Oscar .' r rtzet; Mrs Isaac
Pushkin chairman of the nominat-
ing committee; and Mr-. Joe Feld,
committee report
Mrs Abraham Shedroff. imme-
diate past president of Club 2.
who has recently returned from
Israel, will conclude the day's ac-
tivities with a report on "Impress-
ions ef Israel."
PTA's to Study
Knotty Problems
..-
clud -''nl- '"V",
si tax funds I .r
gchools, and international foreign
problems will be liscuss-
ed at this year's annual iff**
tive Workshop sponsored by all
the PTA's of public schools on Mi-
ami Beach at a meeting Wednes-
day, from 9:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.. at
Washington Federal bldg.. 1KW
Normandy dr.
Frank Sloane. director of re-
search for the Hade County Board
of Public Instruction, and chair
man of school education for the
Florida Congress of Parents and
Teachers, will speak on the school
financing problem.
Mrs. Frank Roth, representative
of the League of Women Voters
of Metropolitan Dade County, will
report on the proposed constitu-
tional amendments and other is
sues on the Novemoer general elec-
tion ballot.
The legislative programs if the
stai and nal PTA's will be
p, sented o> Mrs Elliot
legislate e iirm in I >r Id M
Fish r Jui r High and Mrs
Mill slal in foi
Naul High
Student a i I ''"
impion lebate team il Miami
Beach Senior High, will disi -
foreign trade legislation and other
aspects of international toricgn
policy There will also be a re-
port on PTA participation in leg-
islative action to restore the cut
in foreign aid funds for Cuban ref-
ugee education in this area, and a
summary' of the calendar of Unit-
ed Nations Day observance.
Mrs. Marshall Ruff, legislation
chairman of Treasure Island Ele-
mentary School, has arranged a
special luncheon for the workshop
Mrs. Sherman Kaplan is area co-
ordinator for the Miami Beacn
PTA's. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta
is workshop chairman.
Sisterhood of Temple Menorah will hold a Sukkoth dan^
op. Sunday, 8:30 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the Temple. Plan-
rung the professional entertainment, dancing to a well-lcnowi
orchestra, and supper are (left to right) Mrs. Richard Schwars.
Mrs. Isaac Sapirstein. Mrs. Norman Shapiro, chairmen. r.i
Mrs fack Segal. Sisteihood president is Mrs. Ray Morse.
Einstein HddaSSah Women's Auxiliary Meefinj
'Champagne' Fete
Kasha Recipe
Book Available
Delicious kasha is me of the
easiest wa to aid a l tt of old
fashioned ta-te to your holidav
as [uick is bopping n
beating in -- ind cooking
for 15 minut
F r kasha "jusl like iirr
used "i make follow the trail
tional lir >cti >ns on the W tff's
ka.-ha package, produced by the
165-year oil Birkett Mills and en
joyed in Jewish homes : >r many
genera"i 10 -
For recipes and suggestions in
using kasha to give meals excit
ing variety, send for your lift
copy of Kasha Cookbook Inclu 1
ed are such deliciou.- "haimische
favorite- a- kasha stuffings for
mrl, veal and helze
: ir r .
jreei
pers or i
--
His W
S.- V
Albert Eii 'in group of Had
.,-. in cms ir a "Champagne
Luncheon on Tuesday noon at
Congregation Yehudah Moshe.
Chairman of the day. Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, announced that more
than 200 members and guests will
attend the recruitment affair.
Kntertainment is tinder direction
of Mrs. Samuel Spira A humor
ou- musical skit, entitled "What
a Conspiracy." will be presented,
featuring Mesdames S. G. Sher-
man. Henry Gilbert. Ella Kleba-
now. Ben Beldner. Sol Goldstein.
I (', Gold. Irving Wilner. Louis
Kantor, Merle I.itman. Charles
Roth. Sam Spira. Adolph Jacobs.
Arthur Willens and Irving Wilson
The scenic art work has been
lesigned by Mrs Bernie Herman
The author, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
i- a past president of the Miami
!': : II i I i--ah
Hi stess committee includes the
Mesdames Norman Lyons Joseph
J ihn Ranhofer, David
i- Martin
A'.-i Irving Wilson Bernie Her
R ..: ir meet rtl.
Women's Auxiliarj I the
War Veterans was
day evening at Washington :"-:
era! Savings and Loan Asm
Washington ave The organiata
is planning another meeting O.t
24. 8:15 p.m.. at Washington :'.-.
eral on Normandy 1-le
Beach Chapter
Luncheon Meet
B'nai B'rith Women of Kkal
Beach chapter will hold a lmt>
eon meeting on Tuesday noon a'
the Sorrento hotel
At 1:30 p.m.. the meeting il
be open to the public for a pt
gram which will include a (Ml
speaker.
President of the group is I*
Lenore Gerstenfield
man. Albert Wunsch. ani B>
Beldner
Hadassah is currently
new members to help jupp i
pitals and medii
Israel.
NOW!
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Ty hH that full. WOndMV
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No-Partner
Parents to Meet
Parents Without P irtn irs
Florida will meet next Thin I
evening. Oct. 18. at the Allapattah
Lion's Club. 4343 NW 17th sve
Dr. T. E. Moore, practicing
chiatrist in Miami for 30 years.
will speak on "Sea
Members of the group are unat-
tached husbands and wives with
children. Further information is
available at P.O. Box 4111. ID-
ami, Fla
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Israel Program For Beach Lodge
A comprehensive panel discus- Tuesday. Oct. 23. 8 p.m.. at the
rael committee for the past two .siati ua economic aiuurt.; jacv president of Zim Lines and th
years, will moderate the panel and S. Popick, chairman cf the board American-Israeli Shipping C*.
chair the evening's program. |of the Greater Miamj Committco (FlaJ; Capt. Le0 Gardner, region-
tion of "Israel-5723" w.ll high-1 Alters hotel. Theodore M. Trushir. Tancl members will include Ar-'.for State oi Israel Bonds; Joshua al director of El Al Israel Airline*
light the annual program devoted ls ,onK'' president. ,_ c Rosjphan repetitive dine .,<-._.. _, ... .. ,
Jtosicnan. executive curec- Stadian. president of the Israel William Hornsteln, co-chairman *
to the State of Israel by Miami Gerald Schwartz, secretary of tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Histaclrut Committee of Greatei the Israel committee of the lodgej
Beach Lodge. B nai I! nth. en '> '<<> and chairman of it= Is- Federation: Zvi Raden. consul of ; "> -'-...... .. anf) Milton Kahn, lodge member.


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Friday, Octobei
12, 1962
Miss Yanowitz,
Robert Rechter
Engagement Told
Mr and Mrs WilUam Yanowitz.
of Nassau, Bahamas, and 45-o
Adams ave.. announce tin' engage-
ment of their daughter. Charlotte,
to Robert Rechter, son of Mrs. Abe
Lehrman, 4309 Sheridan ave., and
the late Solomon Rechter.
The bride-to-be, a graduate of
Miami Beach High, is now a jun-
ior at the University ol Miami,
majoring in elementary eduction
She attended the University of
and was a
M'SS NIZHA AKBIB
MISS CHArUOTTf r/!N0,MT*
Ida studied business in Nov. York, and became a designer of buck- ..m.ivt.d a BS degree in elec
confesses with a twinkle, she excelled, She t,n..,I10ering from the Universit) ol
he
ratn hats at which, she
. ,o Miami with Is.dor Cohen 67 years ago. %^J!*
were among the firs, five famU.es o U,.s j- acme in Judent^ ^^
Southeast Florida Region to Play Host
To '62 National Board Conference Here
Southeastern Florida region will 1 in Jewish populal m,
came
and
city. As an undisputed pioneer, she watchedj* j^jj Arlw omicron Delta
Miami grow, and remembers very well today Kapra ;UKi Alpha Sigma Kpsilon
her walks on the sand where later there would c S(,rve(j as president of the
merge a South Florida community of a mill- engineering society, and is listed
ion citizens in the 1957-58 edition of "Who s
. u i, h^ro and one Who Among Students in American from Oct 23 to 25 at the ron Three-hundred to|
As one of the first setlers here, and one JJJ^J and fjoUeges." tainebleau hotel. ORT from all par,,
if^^t^ff*S: Now completing requirements Mrs Ma Rosenberg, nationa. States are ex,, ..
.______ __j m. -<, for hi< \l A Hpprep in electrical nresid...
the
trair,-
host the l!i2 national board con- allied problems. ., dan-
(erenceof Women's American >RT gcrs of Juvenile delu
VrViadasVah/a" founder and first pres.-. for his MA degree in electrical president, reports that "a special | MtaN>^eu.. d|
and on the boards of B'nai Bhth, American graduate work at the lnmn.it) ^ ^^^^_
_ > < e_~_ i. a i lit \ i.iii B^^m ~ *
ics.
Arbib, Wolis
Eye Feb. Rites
The engagement <>f Nlzha Arbib
to Kenneth A. Wolis is being an-
Jewish Congress. Jewish Home for the Aged, of Arizona
the Flks. and Red Cross. All these are in ad- After their marriage in February
dition to an imposing list of organizations not on Miami Beach, the young couple
oven mentioned. will live in Los Angeles, where the
It's just a bit harder for Mrs Cohen to bridegroom will be employed as
get around these days, but she manages quite ? """"> "f *nx E,ectron'
She's still quite active, and when Ida makes up her mind she
nts co peration for one of aer latest projects, she certainly gets it.
Ida maintains a wide correspondence. On the day we spoke about
things past, present, and future, sin held :. letter in her hand from
Marcus Frak. ol Ocala, who was best man a, the Cohen wedding. In-
tally. she is justifiably proud of her daughter. Claire I Mis Sidney)
itraub, who has been following in her footsteps of community serv-
ces. as well as of her sons Murray and Eddie. nounced by her parents. Mr. and
Nowadays. Mrs. Isidor Cohen can afford to sit back on her 85th Mrs Roben Arbib, 1244 Hollywood
birthday ;;nd reflect with pride on the part she played in helping Miami Btach bhd Hollywood. Fla!
crow to its present status. The bride.elect attended South
* "* Broward High, graduated from La
WEDDING TALK -^^ Salle High in St. Ignace. Mich..
Just before Ruth (Mrs. Alexander, Bobbins flew to Ch'cago to, d ^^ ^ Umversjt f Ml
spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Karasik. she ^ ^ g member of ^
crowded in a luncheon for Linda Kamen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs RainDOw Gjrjs
Frank Kamen. who will be married in Chicago on Nov. 18 to James]
Scott Levy. There were just six in Ruthie's car when thev drove up to Son of Mrs. Esther \Nol.s 9464
Ft Lnuderrfale for the lunch-Linda, her mother. Mrs. William Fried-! Car yle ave and the late Sol Wo-
man. Mrs. Jack Abbott, and one of the bridesmaids. Nancy Simon, who to, the brjdegroom-to-be is an at-
U visiting. Nancy, incidentally, is the cupid who introduced Linda |torney in North Miami. He has a
to James. The conversation was mostly about the wedding, which will! BA **"* fromt **" ^rk ,Lm
be at the Blackstone hotel. The Kamens maintain homes both in Ch,- versi y and an LLB degree from
j ,t dk the Lniversityof Miami law school
ergo and Miami Beach.
the
Middle Cast and S
Special emph..-:-
on the further j; gently
needed m Fra, I and
ways and me,
pressing di n na>
siciUed industi i
Schedule of
for a cocktail p. I nner in
the Grand Ball, *d
on Tuesdaj
On Thursday m
a fashion show ;.
tured speaki r lugene
.1 McCarthy i ''"'
of "Frontiers ii Deraoe-
racy." Sen Mil arthj mem-
ber of the l' S 'or
UNESCO.
Local chalrmai "!**
is Mrs. Joseph Wilkes Mrs Louis
Barron is in charge nttoat,
and fashion sh< .. coordinate* is
Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam.
Other committtt members are-
Mrs. Philip Stark Mn A ,o Tan-
, nen. Mrs. Harold S< hnei and
Mrs. William Fishi
Mrs. RMCOberg. elected iuonal
He is a member of Tau Epsilon of a brilliant social event schedul- Prpsdent ill 1862 ^
Rho. legal fraternity. Bar and ed by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital '^T^,".,. "m,, .' 1947."
MtS. MAX KOSINBHG
Cedars Women
Eye Social Event
'Faces New in '62" is the theme
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
They go dancing everv Sa'.urdav night. Friends of fifteen years Gavel Legal Society. Surfside plan- Auxiliary on Friday, Nov. 2.
standing. Ralph and Florence Hollander. Jack and Pearl Berke. Jack ning and zoning board, is a direc- the Fontainebleau hotel
and Mary Greene, and William and Molly Altman have been taking tor of the North Dade Bar Assn The luncheon will climax the
dancing iessons on-and-off for five years Rain, shine, or invitations and a trustee of the Kniyhts of Auxiliary's drive for funds to help
to a party, nothing interferes with their Saturday night dancing date. Pythias. the Miami community finish con-
No dancing for Molly Altman this week, though. She's off to Augusta. A February wedding is planned struct ion of the hospital's top
Ga to visit her son. Dr. Robert Altman. who is chief of pediatrics three floors
She was named ,, her fir? nation-
al position in 1954 >eque*
.y served BS vici l'h'ir"
man of the Ml
enceof WM, an. i-f th. iSnVh*
lial national C(
She is me,
"We an paying tribute to the [u,. eommittei i'.
)RT Federatii i
onamittee of Wn
Alpha Omega Auxiliatl
Alpha Om<
hold its annual
at Camp Gordon, and will adore being with her daughter-ir.-law. Judy. DpAL SHolom
i.nd grandchild. Leslie. hundreds ol new members of the
* Women's TCCI Women- Division who have join-
NEVER FUT OFF "*" i : our ranks the pas, year."
A char, rig New Year's i from Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg A program, entitled 'Beauty and -aid Mrs Nathaniel levin, auxil-
nah ai I Shirah. It reminded me of the huge red the Bible." will be featured at the iary president, and Mrs Samuel
- with which the Rosenbergs used to decorate their Sukkah. On opening function of the season of 1' Sapiro chairman of the devel-
the i : their last Sukkoth celebration. 1 decided I'd eat one Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sho-
m-tempters the following year. Well, to fulfil the lom. according to an announce- A noted i 'oner and furrier fee on Tu<
I have 1 hia. where Rabbi Rosenberg is ment by Mrs. Lou:- F Snetman. win present fashion shows and home ol Mrs
now spiritual leader of Temple Adath Jeshurun sisterhood president. specia] awanjs are t0 : Ba> Heights
* TTm lea is under the over-all guests meeting is Mr,
three TAKE ONE ...... ,. ,,,, chairmanship of the Sisterhood _____
Ida Minor. Barney :, N h
k Dave and Ruth Rifas to the Viking rest Inin,, ,,(,rn '".
'" tv."y riginal gift, the three couples gave Dave a ti, cl f the day is former Sis-
ise rbe, th and Dave I I on the ..
. their trip to London. Thej lib, nom just a I n
. Harold to Karen Klii
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Mr.' M mes Jack
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ter of Dr and 5 ilip Wemsi rold Hirschl Dan
sipy afternoon will L Browi
t the Diplomat boti i of,he:..^ Lipsky, I
Fred Abrams and Ted imer Steinhardt. Then Juliel Herbert Potash. Wil-
- her husband. Dr Hyman Lieber. in New York, and off ,'"'' !l Martin Lundy,
their yearly trip to Europe. This time. des:.r.at:->n Am- ,,0,'n Garfield, Malvina Lipkins.
Harry A Cordon. Louis Shapiro.
Benjamin Sabin. Leon Unger and
Anna K Opper.
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. st., Mt. Sinai Hospital is like Grand Central Station, -'ram will be Sylvia Bennett, of
Ruth ': San Weisen and Nettie (Mrs. Philipi Lefkowiti in their the Revlon Company, and her
.J pink -mucks were talking to Mrs Carrie Zinner in her cheery models, representing four women
Kleiman holding forth with Ethel Wein. who was garding her husbanr.'s Gerard. Mrs. Harry A. Gordon.
room from an onslaught of visitors Ifortie is much better, friends re- Wrs William Yanowitz and Mrs
port Gale i Mrs. Samuel) Berlin in a stunning green silk shift shop- Robert Jafti
ling in the Gift Shop Between the Pink Ladies, the visitors and the The tea will take place on Wed-
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QUR High H jlidays are over.
** and among other things, we
women are looking forward to
the social season of the New
Year
Luncheons for the next sev-
eral weeks will still find you in
light-colored silks, the most pop-
ular fabrics being the silk lin-
ens and silk shantungs, with
many moygashel linens in evi-
dence. Pastel shades and whites
[will predominate with an occa
[gional deep jewel tone, and here
and there the round the-year col-
or of black.
As this part of the country is
I basically a two-season climate,
the same hats that are worn dur-
ing spring and summer are still
considered in good taste. It is
difficult to dress in the Gotham
manner when the temperature
remains in the high eighties, and
|the sun is brightly shining.
When the weather starts to
Icool. then luncheons find the
I v. ell-dressed woman in wool as
her basic fabric. Wool knits.
wool suits, wool sheaths, and
Imany wool shift silhouettes will
lb) -een. Although we don't ex-
[jirience an autumn, we show a
I i i ference for true autumn col-
lar'sdeep greens, reds, and all
shades of yellow from the bright
[told to the burnished browns.
]Incidentally, if you are new to
lour town, the well-dressed worn-
len all wear hats and gloves to
[important daytime social func
tlcill-
*
EATHER will also be an im-
portant consideration in this
beasoi's fashion picture. Textur-
pzed leathers in striking colors
nil accessorize wool ensembles.
Classically used in shoes and
handbags, they'll be seen in col-
[>r accents in high style belts,
ind as sheaths for umbrellas.
The entire fashion industry is be-
coming more and more conscious
of what texturizing can do; and
so not only your leathers, but all
your fabrics, including your hats,
will have a unique touch to them.
The after-five picture is al-
ways the most exciting because
that is when we have the oppor-
tunity to be as glamorous and
feminine as possible.
Most of you prefer the short
formats; however we have noted
an increasing trend toward floor-
length gowns. Chiffons always
seem to have an ethereal femi-
nine quality about them, there-
fore, their continued popularity
may safely be forecast. Black
is always chic, but a brilliant
jewel tone for fall and winter is
equally as good. The richness
and body of peau de soie and
satins are never to be underesti-
mated. Exquisite detailing of
hand embroidered jewel trim ac-
cents will provide us with much
fashion copy for this New Year.
Laces seem to increase in pop-
ularity each year. Among the
two most frequently seen are the
French chant,ll> and alencon.
The chantilly, with its fine, deli-
cate lace patterns is quite frail
and feminine; while the alencon.
usually reembroidered for extra
body, is rich looking in its heavi-
ness. The Belgium laces are
finding their way into our local
fashion picture, and while they
are lovely, we probably won't see
too many of them.
With fifty-two weeks to look
forward to, and almost that many
social events to attend, it should
be interesting to note how accu-
rate this prognosis will be. The
New Year brings', renewed anti-
cipation of again seeing the old
friends, and meeting new friends,
and if any of you would like
your columnist to include your
group function, let-us'know. If
possible, you'll be reading your
name among these lines.
Asthma Chapter
Luncheon Meeting
'Breath of Life chapter of the ;
Children's Asthmatic Research In-
jstitute and Hospital in Denver.
will hold a membership luncheon
on Tuesday at Westbrooke Coun-
try Club.
Mrs. Myron Warshaw and Mrs.
; Ernest Nuefeld, chairman of the
luncheon, said the function is open
to all women here.
A movie following the luncheon
will show the progress made at
the hospital of a 12-year old boy.
The boy was brought there from
Brazil after a Life Magazine ar-
ticle one year ago told about the
youngster and the lack of medical
treatment available to him.
Judaea Girls Due
At UN Fete Here
Chalootzie Tootzie Junior High
Young Judaea Girls, meeting at
Beth Torah Congregation, have
been invited to participate in the
United Nations Day celebration to
be held at the Ida M. Fisher Jun-
ior High School on Miami Beach
on Oct. 24.
The group has previously per-
formed at the Hialeah Internation-
al Folk Dance Festival under their
erstwhile leader. Sandra Levy.
' and will be directed both at this
performance and at a meeting of
i the Sisterhood of Pompano Beach
Temple Sholom by Irving Rotman.
Israeli dancing instructor.
The Chalootzie Tootzies and the
other Young Judaea groups from
3rd to 8th grades will hold their
first meeting at Beth Torah Con-
gregation on Monday evening,
Oct. 15, with registration and in-
augural ceremonies marking the
occasion.
pti-Mrs. Club Sees Thespians
jOpti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
fid a luncheon meeting on
W.-day at the Barcelona hotel.
[Thespian Troupe of Miami Beach
piior High, under the direction
Jay W Jensen, presented a ser-
_S hi improvisations with Bruce
B'ci-s Trudy Gertler and Doreen
Dtrais,
|At the meeting, members of the
ul' donated trading stamp books
p purchasing equipment needed
the new .Masonic Children's
fcnter. a day school for emotion-
ly disturbed children.
[First fund-raising affair for Opti
will be a "Turn About" the;;-
luncheon at the Eden Roc
It. on Dec. 5. The organiza-
|n's funds are pledged to schol-
arships for 17 children at the Mon-
tanari Clinical School in Hialeah.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett is presi-
dent of the club. Reservations
chairman for the luncheon is Mrs.
Arthur Liebowitz.
Women to Hear
Miami Newsman
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
will hold its monthly meeting on
Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m.
Jack Kassewitz, of television's
"Important Show" and The Miami
News, will be featured speaker.
Luncheon will be served free of
charge to Sisterhood members.
Centers Will
Highlight Sukkoth
Sukkoth will be the highlight of
this month's program at the four
locations of the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center. An in-
vitation is extended to all senior
citizens to attend.
Sukkoth and Simchas Torah will
be celebrated in a Sukkah. tradi-
tional refreshments will be served,
and special entertainment will be
featured. The celebration will be
held at the following locations:
Miami Beach YMHA Branch,
1536 Bay rd., Tuesday, 6 p.m. A
complete dairy meal will be serv-
ed with entertainment and dancing
to follow. In charge of tickets is
Mrs. Jeanette Koppel, president.
North County YMHA Branch,
14036 NE 6th ave.. on Tuesday
evening. 8 p.m.. with Cantor Mor-
ris Berger, of Temple Adath Ye-
shurun. presenting a program of
traditional songs, and special re-
freshments served, Mrs. Sarah
Madison is president.
Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215
Coral Way. on Wednesday, at 2
p.m. A complete dairy meal will
be served, with entertainment and
dancing to follow. In charge of
tickets is Mrs. Pauline Epstein,
president.
Miami YMHA Branch. 450 SW
16th ave.. will hold its event on
Thursday. Oct. 18. at 7:30 p.m..
with special refreshments and en-
tertainment.
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will sponsor a Country Fair" on
Wednesday at the I'nified Hall.
2300 NE 171st St.. No. Miami
Beach from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30
p.m.
New merchandise will be on sale
and all funds raised will go to the .
organization-supported philanthro-
pies.
Chairman is Mrs. rrank Burg.
At a coffee for members of the hostess committee of the Mi-
ami-Israel Festival of Arts, chairman of hostesses, Mrs. Emil
Morton (left), chats with Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Irving
I.ehrman. Mrs. Morton hosted the coffee at her home last
week in preparation for the Festival of the Arts dinner to take
place Oct. 28 at the Fontainebleau hotel. The committee
discussed plans for the Dior-Israel fashion presentation which
will be one of the highlights of the Festival of the Arts.
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Friday, October
12. 1962
Ccnlton E. Colley receives check of SI CO from Joseph M. Lip-
Ton, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., of
Miami. Colley, assistant cashier of the association, recently
won the Florida State speech contest sponsored by the Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Institute, and will compete for top
honors in November, when he appears at the U.S. Savings
cr.d Loan League annual convention in Washington, D.C.
Garfield Will
Chair Ball Here
Joseph A. Garfield. real estate
investor and developer, has been
named general chairman of the
1963 January benefit ball for Mi-
ami's National Children's Cardiac
Hospital, the nation's only free,
non sectarian hospital devoted ex-
clusivel) to rheumatic and con-
gential heart disease in children.
George Coury. noted financier
and security analyst, will serve
with Garfield as associate chair-
man of the annual event.
In making the announcement.
Children's Cardiac Hospital pres-
ident, Leo Robinson, pointed out
that the Jan. 26 Dedication Ball
"might well be the largest in the
history of our 'Hospital with a
Heart,' since it will climax the
official completion and dedica-
tion of the 26-year-old institu-
tion s modern, new facilities now
under construction in the Metro-
politan Medical Center."
Highlight of the evening will be
the coronation of a "King and
Queen of Hearts'' for 1963
Mayor Robert King High of Miami (second frcm left has
signed a proclamation calling for the week ol Cct. IS through *
22 to be designated cs "Symphony Week" in Miami, Maya
High is shown with Mrs. Marie Volpe (rights menage: of the
Additional committee chairmen University of Micmi Symphony Orchestra: Mrs. Ch=:le* M.
and members already assigned to Moon, president of the UM Symphony Out- cr.d Dr. r2bien
key responsibilities include Robin-, Sevitzky (left), music director and conductor c: the symphony,
son. ticket committee, assisted by' Mayor High uraed Miamians "to continue iheii suooort ol
vice chairmen. Williams Apte. jine music in ^ mec ,he University of Mi
tony,
art ol
series
Hebrew Univ. Unit To Meet Monday VZg i^^pfSStt. Si
; meeting of the newly-
formed I ard ol directors of the
S Dn isii a of the
Ai erican Fi ni ol the Hebrew
t ersit; ni Kt Mon-
di -. : ing Junii r's restau-
i. ack S. Popick. chaii man of
nci ere
imerici Friei
ir Hr Philip
( Harold
Robinson as
sidents
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ben I of direc-
Ion > \r.-.:. Rabbi May-
< ante Baskin.
: Mrs
I Cypen.
I Ell, Simon
Fisher :. ler Harry
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Mrs. Louis
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Glasser and Dr. J A Greenhouse,
Mrs Jennie Grossinger. Louis
Hirsch, Harold Jaffer, Rabbi I.eon
Kronish. Samuel Lachman, Pr
Irving Lehrmi
s C. Levensi n, I i o Mindlin, Mrs
- nlej i Myers Stanley C,
Myers. Mayor Kenneth Oka Mrs,
Jack s opick P Pi i us.
Maurii i Reviti I ou B Rudnick.
Mrs. Samui iro, Mrs Evi
Schacht Jacob Sher. bi Da'
SI apin Han Id B Spaet.
r in Sti n Dr. Josi ph M.
lb, Mr-
Mux Weitx i Ji seph W
Wunsch.
Academic Council co-chairmen
an Jack D Mrs, An-
Mej i :>
Mrs s, m Sim nhi ff as
chaii the I' eater Miami
Women Di> ision I the Amerii an
Frii f the Hebrew L"ni\ rsity.
will be present at the Monda>
Dr, Meyer B.
Mark- chain the American
Jewish Physicians' Committee, the
ol ''. erican
Fru i he more
tliar. 200 : s stcii iati w ith
the Hebi I livision
ir the
eeti be plans for
.; in
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UM Orchestra to Open 36th Season;
Noted Pianist Will Join Sevitzky
erai chairman tor program and symphonies and otner music.
arrangements, assisted by Sheldon
Spector vice chairman Inch.'
will be Maurii i
Cohn.
Othei men also sei
importai' i acit an Sid
Kain publicity i > Milton S
... ..(< : he iversitj ol Mil n In additii r,
, orgl it, || si itra entering il tl Concerto a second
mittei -. ncert i rai the evening
Judgi lason M. Berkman and Eli ficialh 1962^3 < Fir bird S
:....-.....hairmi and er Miami mus reason S ed bj Se<
Mrs Sol Geri C, erj ptei ay evenings. Oct. 21 and Oj stra
i ration. 22. at< the the i mposi
L": iti N'atioi Fabii >'
- his I urth : < sr ;.'. the a world :
thi Sj phi i ; :r, hi stn dor s "Odi
iduct the entin seri< I tion dedi
erts rions,
ices for the si nts of Beth prescnte I Miami : i i I Iberia h
Corah n e hi Id Da li i ui tj '. id t< i are also
turday and Sunday the first est soloist for i ph
i ...v- oi the lie., ay ol Sukkotn N'iki;i Mi
the direction of Abraham J as one of the
G Ison, i lucational director piai ists Hi
congregation presi- van Beetl
dent. announced.
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> Jkn is/h Ifk'iriidfiHr
SCOPE
b/ ALAN SHECTER
Pegs 9-B
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Ml flCO CITY-Walk in any
direct1 n in Mexico City, and
you'll r.ee. breathe and feel the
.spe7T?i.\TrS7"hT~tory of this mag-
ical. .'chanting land.
Thi.s :s the setting for the first
'Scope" feature story in this
newspaper. Subsequent columns
will describe ideas and activities
more .real to Floridians. But this
pilot : i port begins by following
a former Miami attorney to Mex-
ico City in order to trace a few
tiny fragments of history involv-
ing some of our Sephardic
cousin:.
Today, a Miamian can shell out
$82 and ride a three-hour jet to
Mexico City. Hernan Cortes
came "he hard way.
II oS in 1519 when the ad-
ventun .is ships of Cortes drop-
ped ;i khor upon the shores of
Mexico. Accompanying Cortes
on thi- voy;u -re ;i number of
prx -. ninced "hoo-day-
oss c Spanish word meaning
Jewi.
I was "id of the in-
hun S p :. : i h inquisitions.
Scores of o-t people, fleeing
Spain ior their lives, came to the
new w rid seeking a new life
live ; ,'m religious persecution.
They (:d not anticipate that the
inqui.v*ions would follow them
and that the tortures and punish-
ments, meted on' in Mexico would
surpass even the racking, hor-
rible cenocide of Spain.
AN ATTORNEY EXPLAINS
One fascinating aspect of Mex-
ican Jewish history is the origin
>>f Mt'ico's Mestizo Jew the
.lew .th a mixture of Indian
and Spanish blood. Where did he
come :rom?
Sty our Liebman, who quit his
Miai law practice to live and
study ere. offers an explanation.
An erthusiastic historian, Licb-
mar icovers much unreported
information trim frequent
searches of the archives. The
highJy-respected University of
vania Press will soon pub-
li-h I book on Mexican Jewish
v .<> Jews, Liebman ex-
plains were first Mestizo: they
ently 'rnbraced Judaism.
Then is no evidence of Jews
- children with Indians.
Win.-, the Spanish settlers in
Wexu were dilligently teaching
CathoJ ism throughout the coun-
try seme resistance arose. A
numbt-i of Indians and Mestizo
refused to accept Catholicism,
and ii.-tead. they learned about
Judaism from Judeos. Some ac-
tual^ lecame Jews and raised
theii t ildren as Jews.
ACTIVE ASHKENAZIM
ing thr igh some 350
Mexii i history, the ar-
Ashkenazim, early in the
' '' h cenl i created a dra-
matic -plit among Mexico's Jew-
ish population. Again Jews in
flight Ashkenazim came with
lmi( noney. different customs
"id "i reign" accents perhaps
'ik< rni ~t Cuban Jewish refugees
now i, Miami. Sephardic Jews,
welle.. ;aWished and respected in
Mexico, were embarrassed by
the Burge of Jewish immigrants
from riddle and northern Eur-
ope, and refused to associate
with them.
Gem-ally, the Ashkenazim were
ambitiius and quick to capitalize
Fifteen Beach Hadassah Groups Will
Participate in October Member Drive


on even the scantiest money-
making opportunities.
Upon arrival, they saw that
most Mexicans Tiad no shoes. Al-
most instinctively, these bro-
thers of our began selling shoes
and clothing on something of an
installment plan, introducing
credit in Mexico for the first
time. Today. Ashkenazim pro-
vide Mexico with more than a
proportionate share of the coun-
try's artists, scholars and million-
aires.
HATE SOUTH OF US
Turning to another Latin Amer-
ican country, the historic and
seemingly never-ending hate
against Jews this time in Ar-
gentina is discussed by Look
Magazine Editor Chester Mor-
rison in the current issue of his
publication.
"The Argentine economy is in
a state of collapse," says Mor-
ris in "A concentration of Ger-
man Nazis perhaps the largest
in the world has gathered in
the country infiltrating many
sections of Argentine life, includ-
ing the Armed Forces ."
Young Argentine men and
women, dissatisfied with their
country's economy and govern-
ment, are eagerly fired up by
Nazis "preaching the decay of
Argentina's democratic pro-
cesses." Morrison claims these
young adults, who are Argen-
tina's leaders tomorrow, look to
Nazis for leadership today.
This is the background behind
recent stories of anti-Semitic ac-
tivities reported from Argentina.
"We are against Wall Street and
the Jewish imperialists," proud-
ly claims Alberto Escurra Uri-
buru. one cynical Nazi leader
who vows he'll someday be pres-
ident of Argentina.
NAMES IN NEWS
Bible reading in the schools
has been much in the news re-
cently particularly for Dade
countians, whose religion-in-the-
schools case is still before the
courts A nicer sidelight on the
subject is Sunday night's tribute
in New York to Dr. Louise Petti-
bone Smith, professor emeritus
of Wellesley College's Depart-
ment of Biblical History. Being
honored on her 75th birthday for
her courageous civil liberties
battles. Dr. Smith will be feted
by over 150 prominent Amer-
icans, including such religious
loaders as Rabbi Louis Finkel-
stein. chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary: and Rab-
bi Arthur .1 Lelyveld, former na-
tional director of llillel Founda-
tions.
Another tribute, scheduled for
tomorrow in Ft. Myers, will find
Robert H Kite, president of Flor-
i P iwer and Light Company,
dedicating a marker there to
Thomas Alva Edison on the B3rd
anniversary of Edison's patent-
ing of the incandescent lamp.
Sidney Meyer is chairman of the
arrangements committee there.
Speaking of genius, physicians
from Florida. Georgia and South
Caroline were to gain the bene-
fit of a lecture entitled "The
Anatomy and Physiology of Res-
piration" from Dr. Asher Marks,
of University of Miami school of
medicine; he was scheduled to
speak at a tuberculosis confer-
ence in Jacksonville earlier this
week.
Fifteen groups of the Miami
Beach chapter of Hadassah are
participating in the organization's
October membership campaign.
Most meetings will be held on
Monday and are open to the pub-
i lie.
In honor of the occasion, Bur-
' dines on Miami Beach is featur-
ing national awards won by the
chapter in a window on Meridian
ave. On view are a sterling silver
jtray for the largest life member-
ship on the Eastern Coast, a
: Chanukiat for over-subscribing
: hospital supplies, awards for in-
creased membership, and Mayor
Kenneth Oka's proclamation desig-
nating Hadassah's membership
i month.
* *
Bay Harbor group will meet
at noon at the Beau Rivage hotel.
Farband Branch
To Mark Sukkoth
Farband Ben-Gurion Branch will
have a special program in observ-
ance of Sukkoth on Wednesday eve-
ning at the Farband Cultural Cen-
ter, 842 Washington ave.
Participating in the program
will be Joseph Hurwitz. of the Uni-
i versity of Miami Humanities De-
partment, who will discuss "The
i Significance of the Sukkoth Holi-
Iday."
Michl Gibson, eminent Jewish
actor, will present some of his
new character studies from Jew-
ish literature, and Max As tor,
president of the branch, will give
a reading. Community singing
will be conducted by A. Gill, of
j Chattanooga, Tenn.
Chairman of the evening is
| Manuel Burstein. former president
j of the branch. Refreshments will
I be served by the committee.
Mrs. Kihs Amdur is president.
Brandeis group will have an auc-
tion sale following the meeting
called for 11:30 a.m.. at the Fon-
tainebleau hotel. President of the
group is Mrs. Fred Jonas.
Han-a Sft*)sch group :.
ed I
-.
Si if
the Bl
Southgate group was to
Thursday a' 7:3d p.m. in the I
race room of Southgate. Fi a
I members were to speak on "Our
Trip to Israel.'' Mrs. Joseph Ros
Deborah group meeting at 11:30 berg is president.
a.m., will be followed by card
games at the home of Mrs. Ed
Lassman. 6100 N. Bay rd. Mrs.
Esther Levitz is president.
* *
Esther group will have installa-
tion of officers on Tuesday noon
at the Washington Federal bldg.,
on Normandy Isle. Mrs. Maurice
Cahn, chapter membership vice
president, will conduct the cere-
mony. President of the group is
Mrs. Chic Perlyn.
*
Herzl group will hear a "United
Nations Message" from Burnett
Roth at a meeting scheduled for
12:30 p.m. at the Eden Roc hotel.
Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is president
Of the Monday event.
Henrietta Szold group will have
a meeting and musical program
at noon in the Algiers hotel. Pres-
ident of the group is Mrs. Joseph
Alexander. Event is Monday
*
Stephen S. Wise group will meet
at 11:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona
hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Maurice Cahn, chapter member-
ship vice president. Mrs. Harry
P. Cohen is president of the group.
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At Emanu-EI
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Students Will
Be Consecrated
All new students at Temple
i Beth Am's religious school will be
| honored at services celebrating
'the Sukkoth holiday beginning Fri-
day at 7:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard officiating.
Students to be' consecrated are-
Howard Anapol. Michael Baum,
Pattie Clein, Harold Cutler. Lynne
Eisenberg, Fredric Garvett, Jamie
Glaubman. Beth Ann Gralnick,
Andrea Harris. Ellen Jo Himmel,
Lori Josephson. Paul Klugerman,
Nancy Lash. Matthew Leone,
Wendy Meyerson. Scott Orbach,
Lisa Rosen, Alex Scherer, Lori
Solomon, Robert Steinberg, Robert
Cava. Jeffrey Corenblum. Marge
Geller, Stacy Himmel. Glenn Kit-
man. Lesley Millard. Aaron Pinto,
Jill Steinberg, Curtis Fisher.
Rebecca Hacker. I.inda Ann
Meyerson, Jed Paradies, Anita |
Cava, Jody Corenblum. Kenneth!
Dubbin. Bruce SiegeL. Michael j
Blum. Jeffrey Benjamin. Cory j
Cherkas. Mary Ellen Cohen. Paul
Feuer, Edward Levy. Carol Lip-
insky. Stephen Mack. Sherri Mar'
kowitz. Amanda Marks. Allison
Rosen, Sharon Roth, Susan Segal.
Francie Shore. Diane Sobol, James
Wise.
Jacquelyn Benjamin, Bruce Bern-
stein, Janice Schaffer, Deborah
Sneider, Gary Brill, Dale Kaplan,
Lane Genet, Jeffrey Rogers. Cara
Schaeffer, Joseph Weinstein, Doug-
las Barnard, Jeffrey Furman, Gail
Gilbert, Carl Kotok, Debra Levin,
Ricky Swartz, Randy Stubins, El-
len Kaplan. Karen Levin, Robin
Levine, Aaron Salem, Debra
Scheinberg, Nikki Sestok, Steven
Wise, Alan Wysocki, and David
Rayne.
Members of Temple F.mi:
including leaders ol its PTA -
terhood and Brotherhood, an
lents Ln th r iligl ius school I! i
week compl mst:':.'''. II
one of the largest Sukkahs .
world.
More than 100 feet in length and
more than SO feet wide, the giant
tabernacle was erected in the
patio area adjacent to the main
temple.
It was decorated with hundreds
of fruits and vegetables, including
yellow squash, limes, carrots, lem-
ons, grapefruit, string beans, cran-
berries, Indian corn, bananas, or-
anges and palm fronds.
Kiddush will be held underneath
the mammoth Sukkah following
Friday evening and Saturday and
Sunday morning Sukkoth services.
The junior congregation services
Renanah group held a meeting of Temple Emanu-EI. which will
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ger-1 be held at 10:30 a.m., on Saturday
aid Teitelbaum. Mrs. Paul Plotkin I and Sunday mornings in the as-
is serving as temporary president. I sembly hall of the main building,
* : will be followed by the youngsters'
Shaloma group will have enter-'own kiddush at the Sukkah.
tainment and refreshments follow-1 Choi Hamoed Sukkoth services
ing a noon meeting on Monday at i will be held daily.
Barton's to Open Here
The Barton candy department
will open at Jordan Marsh on VI
day with a gala all-day candy
party to which residents of Grea
er Miami are invited. All guests
will be presented with souvenir
packages of Barton's Continental
Chocolates.
Israeli group guest speaker will
be Rabbi Alexander Gross, whose
topic will be "My Impressions of
Israel Today.'' Meeting will be
held at noon at the Algiers hotel.
President of the group is Mrs. Jos-
eph Meyer.
* *
Emma Lazarus .group member-
ship luncheon will be held at the
Bel Aire hotel. A special musical
skit will be featured. Mrs. Norman
Meyers is president of the group.
*
Morton Towers group will have
a regular business meeting follow-
ed by a membership get-together
at 1 p.m., in Morton Towers hall.
Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg, presi-
dent, will conduct the meeting.
*
sot wtiss
Seiderman to be Speaker
North Shore B'nai B'rith Wom-
en will hold a regular meeting on
Monday. 1 p.m.. at the Deauville
hotel. Paul Seiderman, former
chairman of the Florida region of
the Anti Defamation League, will
speak.
Sand-Ell Takes
Over at Lombardy
Sand-Ell. strictly kosher caterers.
is now the new manager
and operator of the Crystal room
at the Oceanfront Lombardy ho-
tel at 6305 Collins ave.. Miami
Beach.
Now available for private cater-
ed parties only, the Crystal room
will be open to the general public
on Thanksgiving Day.
Sand-Ell is now taking reserva-
tions for Thanksgiving dinners.
One will be served at 4:30 p.m..
and the second at 6:30 p.m., with
free wine for kiddush included as
part of the menu.
Under the supervision of Sol
Weiss, president of the firm, Sand-
Ell will shortly announce the ar-
rival of their noted mashgiash.
Rosen is Named
Guest of Honor
Leonard Rosen, chairman of th
board ol directors of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, I
Pine Tree dr., has been n I
guest of honor for the 15th annual
scholarship banquet to be hel
officers of the school on Dec. 16
at the Deauville hotel, according
to Louis Merwitzer, president ot
the Academy
Rosen is active in the Combir -1
Jewish Appeal. Bonds for Israel,
and Temple Menorah.
He was chosen to be guest of
honor at a meeting of the execu-
tive committee held earber this
week.
Falik Joins |
Insurance Co.
Gerald Falick. long-time Miami
resident, has just joined the loc.il
office of National Life Insurance
Co., of Montpelicr, Vt.. at 990 SW
1st st. His field is life underwrit
ing.
A graduate of the University of
who'will take' ov'e7supervlsron"of^ F1^a' ,where h_e 1.e!rned BS
'and BA degree. Falick served on
active duty in the United States
Army as a first lieutenant.
He has been active in civic and
charitable organizations, including
United Cerebral Palsy.
He is married and has one child.
kashruth on the premises, as well
as at catered affairs in syna-
gogues.
Lester Siegal is vice president
of the firm. His partnership in
Sand-Ell was recently announced
here.


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fJenist ricridian
Friday, October 12. 1962
Israel Cultural Award to be Made Here;
Five Personalities Tapped for Honors
Five Greater Miamtans or part award? will be presented to the
time resident, of this area have hon-rees for the distinct contri-
bution which they have made to
the cultural life of Israel.'"
The pre.-. I the university
- .....1 that each of the individ-
uals :-. I has made valuable
contributions "not only to cur own
state ind country but to the State
Recipients of the Award will be 0f [sr
Robert Frost, Philip Wylie, Leon-
dean of faculty at the Univer- visiting Israel at an early date showing of Israeli art and the pre-^
sity of Miami and vice president and conducting the Israeli Sym- sentation of the Dior Israel Festi^
been selected- as the first recip-
ients of the Miami-Israel Cultural
\ward. it was announced Wednes-
day by Dr. Henry Kinj Stanford,
president of the University of Mi-
ami.
for academic affairs, is Protest-
ant co-chairman of the Florida
Region, National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Dr Vonk. professor of philos-
ophy. is a noted lecturer on the
philosophy of Martin Buber.
val of Fashions.
The event is to be held under
the auspices of the Sponsors of Is-
ard Rose. Joseph Weil and A Her-
bert Matties. Tl Is will be
presented at the M imi-Isra '. Fes
i] of the Arts : Sunday,
ict 28. at tl
tel
Nominations ?c the awards
were inace by a committee
headed by Dr. H. Fra-kiin Wil-
liams, vice president of tiie Uni-
versity of Miami, arc1 incluc-ng
Dr. Berthold Friedl, Dr. Bryce
-wa". Dr. Fab.en Sev.tsky, Dr.
C. Doren Tharp. ana Dr. K.
Paul Vonk.
_ ._. languages, and active in the Amor-
Ro!' !. ,ec- ican Friends of Hebrew University,
at the Hebrew University
phony Orchestra
Dr. Williams, professor of his-
tory and vice president of the uni-
versity, visited Israel on a study jrael of the Greater Miami Israel
tour in 1955 'Bond Organization. Chairman of
The presentations of the Miami- the Dior-Israel Fashion Festival is
Israel cultural awards will be one Mrs. Emil Morton. Mrs Jack
segment of the elaborate Festival Katzman is chairman of the Israel
Dr. Ryan." professor of sociology of the Arts dinner. Other high- Bond Orianization Women- Divis-
and chairman of the Department |,ghts will include a premiere ion.
cf Sociology at Uk4J^.f M. segst -"
an extended period in Israel as
guest of the Hebrew University.
Dr. Friedl. professor of romance
"?' '
sei eral j ars
Dr. Seviuky, tor "f the
Miami S> mphonj I >i i ai I
lian-
s Symphon;
Senior Citizens
Plan Rally Here
Cit
A H known forum on Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Bay-
Mi., hiteel was consultant iront Auditorium.
, in the construction of Israel*! Speakers will include former
pact oi I Israel, his
:'-. .. and

Vliai
t. was '
. ...
] pi Weil,
: '
at 1 :
tan! t for ai
\ : approved by
1 Jruup "f Miami civic, OUSUH -
and cultural leaders comprising thr^ major hotels, the Dan. Ac- Sen claude pepper; State Rep.
the board of selections for the cail'a. and the Dan Larmel. He Carey Matthews; Metro Commiss-
award. Dr. Stanford is chairman was appointed consultant architect joner jom sasso; Vice Mayor of Planning cooperation by the Civitan Club of Miami Beach
of the board, with J. Neville Mc- for ,thc civi.c, Auditorium in Haifa Miami, David Kennedy; Sidney with ,he ceiebration of Employ the Handicapped Week are
Aronovitz. Miami City commission- ,.,.,,,,, ~ > ,, ,.
er; Mai Englander, vice mayor of HenrY Caro- clufc secretary and officers of Mi-
Miami Beach; District Rep. of ami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn.; Milton Sossin
Cope, Art Hallgren; president of member of Gov. Farris Bryant's committee on Aid to Handi
the Democratic Youth of Florida, capped, and speaker of the day at a Barcelona hotel lunc.n-
Keith Barish; and senior citizen eon; Gale Hovey, president of the club and vice president o!
Mercantile National Bank; and P. Murray Lipkin, club direc-
tor.
Arthur and Samuel' Friedland. b-v -Ma-vor Abba Hushi-
chairman of the Greater Miami Is- Members of the nominating
rail Bond Organization, serving as committee have each long been
co-chairmen. interested in the growth of Is-
Dr. Stanford pointed out that the rael's cultural life. Dr. Tharp,
A program of song and dance
will also be presented, according
to Irving Wodin. president of the
sponsoring group, and Mrs. Nor-
man Blakley. chairman of the ral-
ly and forum.
Second Art Show
At Beth Sholom
at BABY TIME
Sherwin Choos
Stuart Jacobs
Stephen Kline
A new exhibition of paintings by
Hugo Matzenauer. Hungarian ar-
tist, will open at Temple Beth
Sholom on Wednesday and run
through Nov. 10 in the Temple's
^^ newly-completed art gallery.
i'J / / # The exhibition, on loan to the
W^f // A. m Temple from the Village Corner
, / jar \in corai Ghab'es;h Vhe
^ W second in a series which the Tern-
| pie is planning to display through-
Stuart Jacobs gregation en Saturday morning, out the year under the aegis of
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will of- Oct 13 Rabbi Simon April will the Beth Sholom Arts Council.
ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart officiate.
Jacobs during services Saturday Richard is a student in the con-
morning, Oct. 13. at Temple Judea. gregation's Hebrew school.
Stuart is an eighth grade stu- Kiddush in his honor will follow
dent at South Miami Junior High, the ceremony,
and has won many awards in the
Little Leagues. An A-student all Stephen Kline
through religious school, he plans Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
to continue his religious studies. Joseph H. Kline, will become Bar
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacobs. Mitzvah at Beth Davids Saturday
5825 Twin Lakes dr.. will host the morning service, Oct. 13, conduct
Kiddush in their son's honor. etj Dy Rabbi Ncrman N. Shapiro.
in the main sanctuary.
.. Riel!ard, Cheuin a t Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Bar Mitzvah of Richard. son of Klme and of Nathan Alexander,
chairman. Mrs. David Drucker.
Other members of the Council
are Mrs. Herbert C. Bloom. Mrs
Zachary F. Bailey. Mrs. Harvey
E. Kramer. Mrs. Louis F. Snet-
man, and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz.
Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
Mr and Mrs. Morris Cherin, will
one of the founders of the congre-
be observed at Beth Emeth Con- galion ,he celebrant.s falher also
Beach Lodge
To Hear MD
observed his Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David.
An eighth grade student at South
Miami Junior High, Stephen stud-
ies piano and is interested in
sports.
Kiddush in his honor will follow
the ceremony.

Sherwin Choos
Bar Mitzvah of Sherwin Scott
Choos will be observed this Satur
day morning, Oct. 13 at Beth Torah
with Rabbi Max Lipschitz offici-
ating.
Miami Beach Lodge cf B'nai
B'rith will hear Dr. Meyer Sklar
in an address next Tuesday noon
at the Lincoln Lane restaurant.
Dr. Sklar will discuss "How is
i Your Heart?" The session is part
of the lodge's weekly luncheon
series, which presents speakers
throughout the season.
On Tuesday, Oct. 23, guest will
be Louis Schwartzman, executive
director of the Bureau of Jewish
Education. Schwartzman orilh dis-
cuss "Power of the Book."
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
surroundings for our
departed loved ones are
a source of very real
comfort to all.
MIAMI S EXCLUSIVE JEWISH CF""t UK
\&F77/F/ii/A
A^OCOMMUN.Ir WAUSOIEIIM I
MO 1-7693
UM Program
At Hillel House
Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge
and Chapter will present their an-
The celebrant is the son of Dr. j nual L'nited Nations program on
and Mrs. Marvin B. Choos and | Tuesday, at Hillel House. Univer-
grandson of Dr. and Mrs. A. Atlsity of Miami campus. 8:30 p.m.
bi-rt Moser. Guest speaker will be John R
Attending the Hebrew Academy ] Bethea. instructor at the Univer-
for the fifth fear. Sherwin's main | sity of Miami and president of the
subject is science. Coral Gables University Branch of
wing th ceremony, a the American Assn. for the United
luncheon will Ll- held at "Tooth- Nations,
acres" and a dinner-reception will ----------------------
behel Home Auxiliary to Meet
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
HI 8-4994
WELCOME WAGON
Aronld Matyas
Rabbi Alfred in will cf-
it the Bar Mitzvah of Ar-
nold Matyas in Temple Zion on
Saturday morning. Oct. 13. Ar-
nold is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Murray Matyas
Miami Auxiliary of thf Ji
Home for the Aged Will meet next
Thursday. 1 p.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Rose Oberly, 1201 Obispo si .
Coral Gables, President of the
group is Mrs (iladys Dinitz. Re-i
freshments will be served.


iday, October 12, 1962
h**!** fk>rHfr*r
Page 11-B
own
Hal! Forum Slated to Open Here
ifli Dorothy Stickney Presentation
Jporcth; Stickney, noted Amer-
|a;i actiess who scored a triumph
,.y in "A Lovely Light,"
[.._.. her three-act dramatization
lh, | .. of Edna St. Vincent Mil-
[, .-, next Tuesday, the first
,,, i,-. ,: the Town Hall Forum.
I-hii-li being sponsored by Tcm-
1||. i :.. of Greater Miami. 137
j -;.. at the Temple.
\ vely Light" represents
lour years of research and prep-
kratioi U bring to the stage the
essiT.i < Edna St. Vincent Millay
anil tin chronicle of her work, her
|H,- her life. In Miss Stick-
ney's dramatic portrayal, she uses
[the Pulitzer Prize poet's own
[word* ;,.ken from letters and
poems
in :tr dramatization. Miss
tickne; has said: "From Edna
St Vincent Millay's fetters and
her pw is alone this chronicle has
been fashioned. It does not pre-
tend to be a full-length portrait;
nor ;- there any attempt at im-
personal on. The selections made
(nun li<. poetry are intended to
reflect mood or an emotion, but
primarily io tell a story-"'
\li- Stickney'a production was
directe. bj her husband. Howard
Lindsay, her gown designed by
Broadways Helene Pons, and by
special arrangement with Norma
Millay, the poet's sister.
The tamous actress has won
widespread critical acclaim for
her performances in "A Lovely
Light" on a nationwide American
; tour that preceded her Broadway
appearance to the plaudits of the
New York critics. A London en-
, gageme.it was equally enthusias-
tically praised.
Dorothy Stickney is perhaps best
remembered by a whole genera-
; tion of theatre-goers as Vinnie in
i "Life with Father.'" a role which
' won her a host of awards, includ-
ing that of the New York Drama
! League and of Virginia's Barter
'Theatre, and which she played to
audiences during five of the pro-
duction's all-time record eight
i years on Broadway.
The Town Hall Forum later will
present Vance Packard, author of
[ "Status Seekers;" John Mason
Brown, noted literary and drama
critic; and Carlos Romuto, Philip-
pine statesman and former pres-
ident if the United Nations. Series
tickets are still available at the
Temple Israel office.
LEGAL NOTICE
Miami Hadassah Adds New Unit
A ;roup of some 30 women from
the Malibu-Sunset Park area, hav-
ins attended several meetings of
the Miami chapter of Hadassah.
have petitioned to institute their
own group,
Wishing to participate in the
work ol rescuing hundreds of
thousands of unfortunates from
lands, and healing, teaching
and educating them in the State
if Israel." they will constitute the
12th chapter in the Miami chain.
For the charter meeting of the
up. thi Miami chapter is spon-
ring a tea at the home of Mrs.
Daniel Cravatt, 9260 SW 59th st..
on Moi } evening.
* *
Menornh group will hold a paid-
up membership meeting at Hillcl
e ai 11:0 a.m.. Monday. Cock
partv will be hosted by Mrs.
lard Leffler. Mrs. Harold Ab-
president, will give a report
lie recent national Hadassah
invention, which she attended in
'iltsburgh. Hatikvah and the Na-
innal Anthem will be sung by Mrs.
Jerl Toppel.
* *
smorgasbord luncheon of
Irlrs, Rose, 19
i- Helene Lana Zablo Rose.
as killed Oct. 9 when her car
truck in the rear by a drunk-
driver, and cartwheeled off the
Expressway near LeJeune
Mr> Rose lived with her par-
ent- and her husband of a year.
terry at 3110 No. Bay rd.
An expectant mother. Mrs. Rose
me lure with her family from
rfc City 18 years ago, was
1860 graduate of Miami Beach
nior High, and attended the Uni-
I-it> "I Miami. She was a mem-'
i "I Delta Phi Epsilon sorority.
Surviving in addition to her hus-
ml. who is a student at the Uni-
ity of Miami, and her parents.
and Mrs. Al Zablo. are two
tethers, David and Randy. Mr
bio is the owner of Cy Civile
' Store on Miami Beach.
Services were to be Thursday at
winai. Funeral Home.
the Tsrah group will be held Mon-
day noon a' Knights of Pythias
Hall. 48)1 W. Flagler st., to honor
paid-up members. Elton Edelman.
florist of Coral Gables, will pre-
sent "Fashions in Flowers." high-
lighting arrangements for the fall
and Sukkoth holidays. President of
the group is Mrs. Sidney Langer.
# *
First meeting of the Cheim
Weizmano group, with Mrs. Nat
Goldberg, president, conducting,
will be held Monday evening at
the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 N\V
No. Rh t Ir, "Presentation of the
Ladies of the Project.-" will be
featured, followed by birthday and
anniversary celebrations for Octo-
ber.
*
9i tiday, Oct. 21. from 5 to 7 p.m..
Ciromi Junior Hadassah group '
will have a buffet dinner and meet-1
Ing at the home of Miss Phyllis
Kellner. 2315 SW 5th ,ve. Miss
Esther Ehrens is president, and |
all girls between the ages of 17;
and -7 ire eligible to join the
*.
Mt. Scopus group w II have a ',
pre "i meeting Monday, II
in. at the Masonic Temple. 115,
Valencia ave.. Coral Gables. At
noon, i Haw liian Luau luncheon,1
with hostesses in authentic Ha-
waiian costumes, will w served.
Sukkoth the Ingathering of the j
first fruits of the harvest, will be j
celebrat sd
Birthday and anniversary cele-
brants of October will be host- at
a candlelighting ceremuny. Mrs.
Gladys Diniu Morgenstern will
play the piano for an Israel and ,
Hawaiian sing-along. The Mt. Sco-]
pus dance group will give an ex-
hibition of the Hora and the Hula.
Mrs. Louis Alexander, president,!
has appointed Mrs. Abraham
Topol. Life chairman, to present:
certificates to life members. Mrs.'
Charles Leshaw, vice president for!
membership, will present Luau j
dolls to all paid-up members, and i
Mr- Jack Samet, dues secretary,!
will distribute leis.
PIMM HANOI
Mande to Play
Bach Concerto
Pierre Mande will be violin solo-
ist in a performance of the Con-
[ certo in E major for violin a a
] recital of the Pierre Mande String
Quartet in the Miami Conserva-
jtory. 2973 Coral Way. on Sunday
at 8:15 p.m.
Program will also include Quar-
itet in G, op. 77, No. 1, Haydn;
, Andante from the Violin Concerto
j in D major. Tschaikowsky; and
La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin. De-
| bussy.
In addition to Mande. the quar-
; let includes Alan Retskin. second
violin; Alfredo Baldassari. viola;
land Marilyn Samuels, cello.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HRKBIiV lilVEN that
lh,- undersigned, desiring to ,-n^.,^ In
business under tin- fictitious name of
KAYS lil'EST HOUSE al '.: Weal
-Mill Street, Hlaleah intend to reg-
ister suiii name with the Clerk of the
Circuit I'miri ( Dade County, Flor-
| Ida.
I'HIl.ir .1 ISA v
LENA K. RAT
ARONOVITZ, SILVER ,\ Si'llKl:
: Attorneys fur Applicant*
'6ii7 Alnsley Building
Miami ::::, Florida
l" 11-19-16, 11 '1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the underslKned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nami ..i
JIMMY DB8TRO, PURS al 935 Linc-
oln Road, Miami Beach, Florida in-
tenda to register said name with the
Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JIMMY PEST III
ANGEL i Al.l
Attorney for Applicant
1" 12-19-16, 11/2
LEGAL NOTICE
Miami Delegates
Eye Conference
More than 1.000 delegates, rep-
I resenting over 500.000.000 Jews in
800 communities of all sizes in the
United States and Canada, will
convene for the 31st general as-
sembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds at
the Hotel Sheraton in Philadelphia
on the weekend of Nov. 15 to 18.
it was announced this week by
i Irving Kane, of Cleveland. CJFYVF
president.
Greater Miami community rep-
resentatives who will attend the
assembly, serving on the program
committee, are Sam J. Heiman,
immediate past president of
CJPWP, southeastern region, and
Arthur Rosichan. executive direc-
tor of Federation here.
The annual convention will locus
on inter- and intra community
planning, financing of essential
services, the raising and distribu-
tion of funds, recruiting and devel-
iping leadership, and the improve-
ment and expansion of health, wel-
fare, education and other services
to meet the mounting needs of
the Jewish people here and abroad.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious names of
Peacook l.umber and Supply Com-
| pany; Peacock I,umber and Supply
Co.. at S015 Pougla* Koad, Miami.
i Florida Intends to reirlste*- sal*1 n*>.....-.-
I with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court
I Of Pule County. Florida.
PEACOCK LUMBER AND
i BU IMT.Y COMPANY I a Fla. Corp.)
Sole Owner
SIMiiN. HAYS .v.- mil'.MiWKlli:
! Attorneys for Applicant
Sin Alnsley Building
l" 12-19-86, 11 i
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57321-C
i IN RE Estate of
MARGARET BEROER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againsi Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of M A I'.C.AKET BERGER
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dudi
County, and file the same In their
offices in the County Courthouse In
Dade County, Florida, with sis cal-
endar months front the date of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
B8TELLE MILLER
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
By Milton Miller. Attorney
Congress Building
Miami. Florida
In 12-19-26, 11 S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55448-A
IN" RE: Estate of
Wll.l I AM JANDRELL
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given that I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executrix of the estate of WILLIAM
JANDRELL, deceased: and thai "
the l&th dav of November, 1982, will
apply to th,- Honorable Judges it
Dade countv. Florida, for anproval of
said Final Report mil for distribution
and final discharge as Executrix of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This 9th dav nf October, 1962.
- I'll YI.ISS 1'ltsiN
ARTHUR Id 'Til. Attorney
1111 Alnsley Building
Miami :I2. Ha. Fit l-.Va;t
10 12-19-86, 11/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANrj FOR DADF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57227B
IN RE: Estate of
BENJAMIN .li I8REM
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
inc claims or Demands Against Sail
!:- i'.
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may htve uralntd
the estate of BENJAMIN JOSSEM
Hi i ised late of DADE County. Flo? -
Ida, to the Countv Jud'-'-s of Pud*
County, and file the same in duplicate
;md as provided in Bectlon 733.16,
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
th,- county Courthouse In Dade Coon-
ty. Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the f;rst publication
hereof or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27tli
das of Remember A.D I92,
HENRIETTA J' "S8EM
As Executrix
BYRI IN L 8PARBER
Attorney for Executrix
Il'ci Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Ha.
in 5-12-19-24
notice by publication
in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial circuit of
florida in and for dade
county. n chancery
No. 62C 10844
LOTTIE I- Ely.I > IN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CI.AI'HS FERGUSON,
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl >: t'LAI HUS FERGUS! >N
I lade County Florlds
You. ci.amis l-Kin : ISc .
hereby notified thai a Bill
plaint for Divorce has
againsi you, and you are
serve a copy of your
Pleading to the Hill ol c
the plaintiffs Attorney,
HCES i iF I STANLEY
Sossin Named Chairman
Michael Sossin. managing direc-
tor of the Blackstone hotel, has
been named chairman of the sen
ior citizens committee for the Con-
gressional election campaign of
former Sen. Claude Pepper.
faircloth to be Speaker
Earl Faircloth will be guest
speaker at a meeting of the Unit-
ed Nations on Tuesday evening. 8
p.m.. at Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.. 1235 Wash-
ington ave.
i
hotel
In 1
.1 SI
Mi-
Kle
id.
SAM KRAMER
a SE loth ei.. died i'ii
i i sevan > ears ago rrom
and "as the retired o ni i
in Mi. ci.-in.-ns Mi, b From j
'''T he was the owner Of
I iniiiK Itoom on M i a m i j
nrvlvlng are his wife, Bs-
in, Sidney, and two ilaugh-
Helene ninth and Mis i
in Bervloes Wen Oct. 4 In ',
Memorial Chapel. Alton rd.
3.
ARTHUR A. GENANDES
"' I-:'." NK Hhy shore dr., died
He came here it years ago
New Vork. City and was a re-
' "'"fi clerk. He was a member
tier-Granada Jewish Center.
M'!'iu- are his wife. Sylvia: dauah-
"Ina and Harriet: mother, Mr-
'"' o H.ill.I.-.-, -iml ,lsl.-l Serviees
'' ""I. 1 In Cordon Funeral Home.
Cuba to Highlight
Men's Meeting
A sp 'i ;il meeting of the Tem-
ple Emanu-EI Brotherhood to hear
"The Truth About Cuba"' will be
Inesday. Oct. 17. 815
p.m in Sirkin Hall. Michael Sos-
sin. president of the Brotherhood,
announced the gathering
Photographs of Cuban atrocities
smuggled out of Cubt and other
visual reparts will be featured,
Sossin said.
Allen Goldberg, a pas? president
of the Temple Emanu-EI Brother-
hood, is program chair nan. Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader
if Temple EmanuEl. v-il! extend
greetings to the organization.
Beth Am Theatre Guild
Mrs. Eleazer Oreenstein is chair
|man of the Theater Guild of Tern- !
jple Beth Am. -which will meet in
the Temple auditorium on alter-
nate Wednesday
Ding Oct. 17.
evenings begin-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Morris Lantdus, Llebman .*.- Associ-
ates al 940 Lincoln Koad. M i B m i
Beach, Horlda Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court >f Made County, Florida,
MOKRIS I.A HUM'S
HAROI.P LIEBMAN
Sole Owners
CTPBN SALMON
Attorneys for Applicants
:', Arthur Godfrej R
ioyia-i*>M, it/2
N. n re
i Coin-
been filed
required to
Answer ,.r
tmplaim on
LAW OF-
LEV1NE,
aim Southwest Second Avenue, Miami
::.;. Florida (Fit 1-1881) and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
office oi tie- Clerk of the Circuit
Court ......r before the 15th dav of
November, 1862 If you fall in do no,
judgment li> default will < laki n
against you for the relief di mnnili il
in the Bill ol Comulalnl
This noil.-. shall be published mice
eaeli week t'"i four consecutivi weeks
in THE JEWISH FIjORIIUAN
HuNK AND ORHERED al Mis
I- lorlda, tlii> -Mh dav of tx-tobel, A.I
IM2,
i: i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dadi County, Florida
,.,..,li Bj K M. I.VMAN
Deputy clerk
I.AW i il-'l- ICES i >F
I STANLEY I.i:\INK
900 SW 2nd Avenue
Miami 3, Fla Fit 1-1681
By I.YI.K D I.IEBERMAN
Attorney for I'lain t If I
1" 12-19-26. II 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, N CHANCERY
No. 62C 10960
JOANN I I NAN.
Plaintiff.
vs.
,n .UN I. FINAN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO! Jl -UN .1 h IN AN
i o Richard T 'luerln, i:-u
me Broadway, New York city
You. JiiHX .1 FINAN. ar. hereby
notified thai a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been filed againsi you,
and you ar>- required to serve a cony
of your Answet or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, MELVIN FINN, 3iu BIs-
cayne Building, Miami i- a and fil.-
tlie original Answer < I'leudlna In
the office of ..... Clerk of the C n
Court on or before the 15th dav ol
November, 1962, otherwise thi allega-
tions of said Complain! will bi taken
as confessed by you
This notice shall be published one,-
each week for four consecutivi weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this Kitti day of October, |
A li 1962.
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Clfcull Court. Hade Countv. Florlds
(seal) By: K, M i.yman
Deputy cU-rk
MELVIN FINN
:n Blscayne Rids
Miami. Fb
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/12-19-26. 11/2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .lUO riAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 10565
THE WILLIAMBRl'RGH SAVINGS
RANK.
Plaintiff,
l'INI.KY JONES, TRUSTEE IN
BANKRVPTCT. GARLAND LAN
THRON and WII.MA LANTHROX,
his wife ALBERT GENE DAWE. a
single man. CATHLEEN DAWE, a
single woman. HKI.F.X SHERMAN.
EXBCI'TRIX i iF Till-: ESTATE Ot
MidtRls* HORN, and lb- I'NITED
STATES OF AMERICA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
To C Mil. \NI> I.AN'I'Hl'.i iN and
WII.MA LANTHRON, his wife,
RESIDENCE INKNi >WN,
ALBERT GENE DAWE, a single
man. RESIDENCE CNKNOWN.
CATHLEEX DAWE, 8 single
woman. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN
and the unknown spouse of any d -
i.-ml.mt, whose marital status is not
,-,.ri-i'tl.v stated if living, and if any
I of the named defendants are dead,
the unknown heirs, devisees, grant-
res, assigi.....s. Ilenors, creditor*, trus-
tee? or othet claimants claiming by,
through, under or againsi any of 'he
above named defendants who are de-
ceased:
You ar- hereby notified that the
above cautioned action has D*n In-
stituted ggalnsl you In the circuit
, -,. in ..- m, i-'iev.n'b Judicial cir-
euil of Florida in and for Dadi Coun-
tv to foreclose r mortsrage upon the
following described real '.......'ty :
Lot ::. Block 69. FIRST ADDITION
Til CAROL CITY, a......rdn; to the
Plal thereof, r......nbd in Plat Book
i." Pagi 19, of the Public R.....rds
nf Dade Countv, Florida together
with all structures, iou.r i
and flxl or.-- attachi ii thi i
You are I ea tired to file your m-
-w.r to plaintiff's complaint vvi-.h the
ii.rk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve I ropy thereof noon plaintlirs
attorn-v MARTIN FINE, M!h Floor
Pad. Federal Bldg.. Miami S2. F
Ida. tea later than November 5, 1962
ot a Decree Pm Confessn will bi en-
tered againsi you.
I>:.....1 Seplember !8, 1962
E i: LEATHERM \N, ''! rk.
Clreull Court, Da le rotintv Flot Ida
ISeal) B> K M I YM.W
1 l| put} Clerk
\l VRTIN I'l.v-'
Attorney for Plaintiff
l nil 1-1..... Dade Peder d Bldg
lM"......nrt*i l0/g.i8.19.M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN AND FOR D4DE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 7056
i A Yl.i IRD Wll.l.I VMS.
Plaintiff,
PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS,
Defendanl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: PEARL ROSE Wll.l.l VMS
liw Brooks Street
East Boston, Massaehusi tta
You. PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS. ar
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
Inst you, and you an required to
-,-n. a cop* of your Answer or
Plendtne to the BUI of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. LEWIS F,
COHEN, !"" S.W. First Street, Suite
207, Miami :!:. Florlds and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or befon thi 5th day of
November, 1962 If vou fall to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
againsi you for the relief demanded
in the Bill "f 'nmnlnlnl
This notici shall i" published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 1st dav ol October, A.D.
IMi,
E B LE VTHERM vn. I 'lerk,
Circuit Court, Had,- County, Florida
(seal) Bvi i- r COPELAND
Deputy cierk
LEWIS I-.....HEN
1 ISO SW 1st St. Suite M7
.Miami St, Fla.FR 1-6181
10/5-12-19-2$


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Friday, October 12. 1962
*Jmisii fkStMkton
Page 9-A
During the Week
By LEO MINDLIN
Scoutmaster Called on to Speak Up
Continued from Page 4-A
. (and) with the help of
two traitors in the White House
Wiodrow Wilson and Franklin
Roosevelt) thej succeeded." A
Boy Scout, who may not know
that this ignorant bilge has ap-
il in a variety of printed
from the anti-Semitic
: ion Sen !, the highly-
led ravings of American ex
c poet and branded Fas-
- collaborator, Ezra Pound.
- Irani that the "am:'/
rchy" of the Communist
j is composed of "care-
> ted" immigrants "and
of 'immigi at Is' such as the
nans the Lapowskis (Doug-
Dillon), Bernard Baruch,
ii.iv Felix Frankfurter
face "i ,: i refullj se-
ll -: Hi Jev ish or part-Jeu
ersi nalities for sacrifice i n
r of his hatred Fa ;an de-
- 'hat the purpose of "Hoi-
. and all TV and radio net
not only controlled, but
. ctually owned by the Lehman-
:heir International Banker
- affiliates." is "to set Jew
nsl Christian and Christian
- Jew." Himself a lover
humanity, and particularly
'(s. Fagan would tell his Boy
correspondents:
*
Bigot's Vernacular
That the Great Conspiracy,
which he probably means
sh rather than Communist,
ted the ADL, the NAACP,
i I rban League, the American
ish Committee, the American
ivil Liberties I'nion. plus scores
I similar vicious organizations."
That "the most frighten-
vicious of them all is the
Ami Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith the master-minding or-
ganization for all the groups .
the secret Gestapo of the Inter
nationalist Communist conspir-
acy "
That "Jacob Schiff instruct-
Bronstein) to organize a band of
revolutionaries for the liberation' '
of the Russian people. Trotsky
It and foundall of his
revolutionaries' on the East Side
New York." (By the stereo-
t.vpe use of these places and
1 anus, Fagan would have the
Boy Scouts of South Dade county .
"' r that all Jews are therefore '
ommunists. I
That the "gimmick" C.eno
cide treaty ". would protect
only the members of Minority
Groups' in America, primarily
Negroes and Jews." and "You
will be horrified (italicized i
when yen will see what the ,C.en-
Ocide Treaty' will ,!(, ,
every Whit.- American '
Li addition to such vicious ami
Senvtism. Scouts can learn i-:
information re< from
Facan that former Presi
I o er was n traitor I
should have been h .;
I that President Kennely is
"an equally sly and trickj 0|
' who slithered his
White Hun.-.' .
Pitch for Funds
] Bi y Scout E: live 1
i- Ralph Moz
S
of Myt I
[round ami thi
Sco itmaster Ben
n ol Cinema Educational
Guild material to the troo|
in his charge? Mozo did, in-
deed, replv to the Florida o
of the ADL. declaring:
"We feel there is great strength
in the posit urn taken by die B y
Scouts of America through a
program I positive thinking and
po.-itne training." Adding sen-
tence upon sentence of paeans of
praise tn Scouting that border on
the sale grounds of extolling
Motherhood, but religiously avoid-
ing reference either to Myron
Fagan or Scoutmaster Norman
n. the Scout official con-
cluded with an undisguised pitch
lor financial assistance: "Our
great need in the South Florida
Council is for adequate financial
support to insure better train-
ing The support of your
members through the United
Fund could make a marked
difference in the effectiveness of
our youth proeram."
In all fairness, Mr. Mozo did
not entirely see the problem as
an exercise in fund-raising among
members of the ADL. He was
quoted last week as declaring of
Bet son's hate literature distribu-
tion: "This couldn't be called
what we consider training for
Scouting." And, if Scoutmaster
Benson has said nothing about
F. an or "!; d Stars." except
hi i ". urned" by the ruck-
u.v he did manage to 'eh- [raph
h fei I :;'.- in the natter Al-
to One i' in his Troop t>:i
is better ii I med than
adults,' Benson said: "He
ind .1 i i\ il libertarian --
man it h S icial
; ih i.i 1:.- teaching in
[hi l's not t h c r e

his is pn I kind of
i nAinerii anism of
i i-.. ins amonj us warn
< X ( them elves.
totalil arian meth
t i% -i k and barrel. Ben-
-'iii doesn't reallj mean that h;.-
'ei is "better Informed,'
that he is a good informer in
the terrifying Orwellian manner
i 198 I
On the Record
It now behooves Scoutmaster
Benson also to declare he is net
a teacher of informers, and for
lie benign parents ol Troop 6:-i
tii say what their "complete sup-
el Benson implies in the
future As I say. I don't like be-
ing kept in the dark.
And. if he doesn't speak up.
perhaps the president of the South
Florida Council of the Boy Scouts
should help him go on record. As
president. Norman M. Giller, of
the Miami Beach construction
firm, must certainly feel that
bigotry has no place in the life
of a Boy Scout.
Argentine Charges Priests
With Fomenting Prejudice
.<
Old
Milwaukee
HENRY E. MANGELS CO.
3550 N.W. 58th ST.
Miami, Florida
Continued from Page 1-A
Church who, he said, frequently
used his pulpit for anti-Semitic
attacks. He referred also to
Father Julio Meinvielle, who, he
said, indoctrinates young stu-
dents with anti-Semitic ideas.
The priest warned of the danger
thi-t Catholic high schools would
become centers if extreme nation
alism and anti-Semitic propagan
da and referred specifically to two
schools, the El Salvador and Cham-
panat Catholic high schools. He
said it had been frequently estab
li-hed that many elements of Ta-
cuara, the Argentine Nazi youth
i rganization, wore pupils or alum-
ni of these schools
Nissim Elnecave, editor of La
Luz. charged in an article that the
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role of the Catholic Church in Ar
gentina in stimulating anti-Semit-
ism has been "overwhelming." He
asserted that without full support
of certain priests, most of the Nazi
and Fascist organizations in the
country would be relatively inof-
fensive.
Sr. Elnecave said it was "no
secret" that all the Nazi and Fas-
cist youth organizations were spir-
itually led by priests among whom
lie cited Fathers Julio Meinvielle;
Luis Ftcheverry Boneio, who he
said, guides the girls' section of
Tacuara; Justo Oscar Laguna. de-
scribed as famed for Ills anti-
Semitic sermons; Garcia Vieya
and Jose Maria MacKinnon, of the
Buenos Aires archdiocese: and Fr.
Klias Andraos, who was said to be
very active among students of
AraD origin. The editor asserted
that many high officials in the
Federal Police were intimately
connected with these priests.
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To Solve Refugee Problem
Invitation! will soon be in the mail announ-
cing the annual banquet sponsored by the
South Florida chapter of Technion on Nov. 28.
Chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser, meets
with the banquet committee to work out as-
signments. Seated (left to righO are dinner
chairman, Al Sherman, Mrs. Philip Thau,
Louis Rudnick, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Miami, Mrs.
Glasser, and Jack Rifkin. Standing are Jack
Katzman. Philip Thau. Joe Mechlow, and (far
right) Meyer A. Baskin, honoiary president.
The group supports Israel's largest engineer
college, often called the MIT of the Middle
East.
Requisition 'Vacated'Algeria Property
JERUSALEM-*JTA>-The Israel
I Cabinet and the Knesset Commit-
tee fr Foreign Affairs were dis-
ci, sou this week to have repected
,!,,. proposals for solving the Arab
refugee problem suggested by Dr.
Joseph E Johnson, special envoy
of the United Nations Palestine
Conciliation Commission. Israel's
stand has been submitted to the
United States, France and Turkey,
three mi n.' 1 of the PI '
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have not vel been formally sub
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Israel
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organ, said the Johnson pro-
posal to name .-. refugee admin-
istrator to supervise which ref-
ugees would return could only
Increase the danger and confus-
ion, adding that Dr. Johnson
knew that "Israel cannot open
its gates to the Arab refugees"
and that he also knew the Arab
rulers want to continue to use
the refugees as a political foot-
ball."
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Agency to reveal "wh
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l.cials the authority to reopen
commercial businesses, industrial
liants, "and all other economic en-
terprises" which have been closed
r'ue to the departure of the own-
en the right to appoint temporary
i dministrators for the ,-abandon-
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puthorities the right to requisition
apartments and other residences
vacant for two months. Still a
further Government order an-
- (unced that persons wishing to
migrate from Algeria must re-
ceive official permissio nto leave.
The decree issued in Algeria
concerning the reopening of bus-
iness enterprises left by Jews
end Europeans who emigrated
from the country may constitute
The first step toward expropria-
tion of the property of Jewish
-efugees from Algeria new in
c rar.ee, it was feared in Paris.
Reliable reports reaching Paris
have Indicated that stores left in
Algiers by Jewish refugees now in
ance have already been reopen-
bj Moslems presenting them-
Bikur C/.oJ/m Opens Season
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convales-
nt Home Auxiliary will hold its
first regular meeting of the fall
season on Wednesday noon at the
Algiers hotel. In charge of the
;:ram is Mrs. Ronnie Leonard.
selves as 'temporary administra-
tors." even before today's decree
was issued. The reports stressed
that the Algerian authorities were
ignoring the one-month deadline
they had fixed for the return of
owners of such businesses before
taking over the shops and plants
belonging to Europeans.
The difficult situation of Alger-
ian refugees was dramatized here
today by repeated attempts of a
Jewish refugee to commit suicide.
Fernard Shetrit. a former bus con-
ductor in Algeria who arrived in
France two months ago, jumped
from the fifth floor balcony of the
Public Bus Company office in Paris
where he had vainly been seeking
employment. Falling unhurt to
the fourth floor, the 52-year-old
refugee immediately made a sec-
ond suicide jump, falling three
floors and injuring himself serious-
ly He was taken to a hospital
where he said he would try again
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Friday, October 12. 1962 *J misi i fkS tM k ton Page 9-A During the Week By LEO MINDLIN Scoutmaster Called on to Speak Up Continued from Page 4-A (and) with the help of two traitors in the White House Wiodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt) thej succeeded." A Boy Scout, who may not know that this ignorant bilge has apil in a variety of printed from the anti-Semitic : ion Sen %  the highlyled ravings of American ex •c poet and branded Fas%  collaborator, Ezra Pound. -•• Irani that the "am:'/ rchy" of the Communist j is composed of "care> ted" immigrants "and %  of 'immigi at Is' such as the nans the Lapowskis (DougDillon), Bernard Baruch, • ii.iv Felix Frankfurter face "i %  ,: i refullj sell -: Hi Jev ish or part-Jeu %  ersi nalities for sacrifice i n • r of his hatred Fa ;an de'hat the purpose of "Hoi. and all TV and radio net not only controlled, but ctually owned by the Lehman:heir International Banker affiliates." is "to set Jew nsl Christian and Christian -• Jew." Himself a lover humanity, and particularly • '(s. Fagan would tell his Boy • correspondents: Bigot's Vernacular • That the Great Conspiracy, which he probably means sh rather than Communist, ted the ADL, the NAACP, i I rban League, the American • ish Committee, the American ivil Liberties I'nion. plus scores I similar vicious organizations." • That "the most frightenvicious of them all is the Ami Defamation League of B'nai B'rith the master-minding organization for all the groups the secret Gestapo of the Inter nationalist Communist conspiracy • That "Jacob Schiff instruct:i is better ii I med than adults,' Benson said: "He ind .1 i i\ il libertarian -man it h .• S icial ; ih I.I 1:.teaching in [hi l's not t h c r e • his is pn I kind of i nAinerii anism of i i-.. ins amonj us warn < X ( them elves. totalil arian meth %  t i% -i k and barrel. Ben-'iii doesn't reallj mean that h;.'ei is "better Informed,' that he is a good informer in the terrifying Orwellian manner i 198 I On the Record It now behooves Scoutmaster Benson also to declare he is net a teacher of informers, and for lie benign parents ol Troop 6:-i tii say what their "complete supel Benson implies in the future As I say. I don't like being kept in the dark. And. if he doesn't speak up. perhaps the president of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts should help him go on record. As president. Norman M. Giller, of the Miami Beach construction firm, must certainly feel that bigotry has no place in the life of a Boy Scout. Argentine Charges Priests With Fomenting Prejudice .< Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida Continued from Page 1-A Church who, he said, frequently used his pulpit for anti-Semitic attacks. He referred also to Father Julio Meinvielle, who, he said, indoctrinates young students with anti-Semitic ideas. The priest warned of the danger thi-t Catholic high schools would become centers if extreme nation alism and anti-Semitic propagan da and referred specifically to two schools, the El Salvador and Champanat Catholic high schools. He said it had been frequently estab li-hed that many elements of Tacuara, the Argentine Nazi youth i rganization, wore pupils or alumni of these schools Nissim Elnecave, editor of La Luz. charged in an article that the "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTMa LOCATION FOI TOUI CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS "AtT" "MAUN" • "MAT" TOO! TEXACO BOY! role of the Catholic Church in Ar gentina in stimulating anti-Semitism has been "overwhelming." He asserted that without full support of certain priests, most of the Nazi and Fascist organizations in the country would be relatively inoffensive. Sr. Elnecave said it was "no secret" that all the Nazi and Fascist youth organizations were spiritually led by priests among whom lie cited Fathers Julio Meinvielle; Luis Ftcheverry Boneio, who he said, guides the girls' section of Tacuara; Justo Oscar Laguna. described as famed for Ills antiSemitic sermons; Garcia Vieya and Jose Maria MacKinnon, of the Buenos Aires archdiocese: and Fr. Klias Andraos, who was said to be very active among students of AraD origin. The editor asserted that many high officials in the Federal Police were intimately connected with these priests. Coral Way t S.W. 27th Av#. 840 S.W. 8th $l. Brandeis Women's Luncheon New members were to be guests of the Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club at a luncheon this Thursday at the Atlantic hotel. Private Peel %  each and Cabana Colony HOTEL At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACN TWMORE ^)wi, ark j n e on Premiaee fh 0B. X %  "* \ • Cocktail Lounge V J X Baeervatlon. 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Face 14-A -v f< M "# IT!! I experienced ;i kind i, i i. || oppn wed, Tn< %  i • tei Ins n It nu The v tin grtw i ; • I % %  •• • • Hi -•• • m< •[ to IP •in-. ni hi -. "i %  i :.. %  deepl) v< ..lu.us breathed llk< U I said %  • ,.r.,1. resigned, I mad ai effort tn Innnli tlnj i lani ::•nf air, JMI enough to gi on II' ..i respiration And th< pain became bean bli The man is reality, the confrontation of the rest of ih( countless days of her life. The meaning is quite clear: in order to go on living with thr memories v.i the dead, one must simply die a little One must learn to live, think, feel, a little less deep ly. Or the wind coming coldly down the hill will '.(! you. ef course Oil the Record: By NATHAN ZIPRIN On Yearly Predictions IT IS < 1 this t CUSTOMARY for columnists at im< of the year to yield tc th temptation of indulging in prophecy, andj this one is no exception. However, in view of the turmoil of the times, on must either be an incurable fool or an| impeccable seer to believe that even any of his predictions will stand up when h makes reckoning of his wisdom on tht< tve of next year. It is .-aid of a famed chassidic rabbi that when hi' chassidim implored him to reveal the coming of Messiah, he replied: "We who know keep peace with the secret, and those who are articulate are uninformed" Which rminds me ol the East Side chas-id 1 once encountered Standing before a synagogue in deep contemplation. Wh I asked the ninety-year-old gage "hat he was WS for. he replied for Messiah. "Aren t we all waiting tot Messiah' 1 asked him. and the old contemplative re| thai h ( had jusi read in a sacred tome th;it all heads would become to greater knowledge and hearts t deeper piet) when the redeemer came and that it i'"' 1 lore pain ti wait for the "Coming of Messiah." I'" 1 It payK wail lor Messiah, hut we are living in a resl i an age tro impatient and therefore undeserving the messianic wisdom. • &f From Other Pages The story oi how an invitation frcm a rabbi to a Kef !" ii,, his temple led to the conversion to Judaism Negri leadei who is now chairman of the Student VViolent Coordination Committee told in a recent i of tl i la) Evening Post In an i rticlt on youn ji ppos gation in the South. Charles Fr< IK ;,:. of the Committe< • lati d after that al first b< tl oi gfll "> ; ''' I gle agi tion was the ] • ,,u s • net his.



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Friday, October 12, 1962 ~ H Jet* i President Itzhak Ben-Zvi of Israel will send personal greetings t( the leaders of the seven islands in the itinerary of the 1962 Shalom Cruise of the Greater Miami ]-rael Assn.. scheduled for Nov. i to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem. Zim Lines flagship. Maurice Revitz. president of the '.rtater Miami Israel Assn.. said me State of Israel's chief executive has prepared messages to Sir Alexander Bustamentc, the prime minister of Jamaica: Felisha Rinlon de Gautier. mayor of San Juan. Puerto Rico: Ralph M. Pave %  vonsky. governor of the Virgin Islands: Rafael Bonelly. president of the Dominican Republic: Isaac S. Cuba, acting governor of Aruba: Sir Eric Williams. Prime Minister if Trinidad and Tobago: and to the prefect of the Department of Martinique. land nations of Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago, each of which has won independence within the past year. Sidney Ansin. one of the' found ing officers of the association and a leader of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has been api pointed by Sidney Lefcourt. Federation president, to chair a committee which will select the community leaders who will present President Ben-Zvi's gifts and messages. Some 300 leaders of Southern Jewish communities will sail on the Shalom Cruise, which will [serve as an unofficial auxiliary to i President John i Peace Corps. F. Kennedy's NEW YORK-i.ITAi—A group of 145 top leaders (if America's Jewish communities, members of the eighth United Jewish Appeal Study Mission, will assemble in Paris on Oct. 18. for an intensive 16-day survey of the needs and problems affecting hundreds,of thousands of Jews in Europe, fforth Africa and Israel. Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman. UJA executive vice chairman, disclosed this week at a press conference here. The Study Mission, to be led by Joseph Meyerhoff. UJA general chairman, will have two objectives. It will seek to assess the overseas responsibilities facing American Jews that should be met through UJA in 1963. At the same time, the mission's visit will serve as an "overture" to UJA's 25th Anniversary Year, to be observed in 1963. and will be marked by special anniversary tributes in Europe and Israel. Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, and former UJA general chairman, and Dewey 0. Stone, chairman of the United Israel Appeal-Jewish Agency, UJA beneficiary agencies, are two leaders who will play principal roles in the mission. Included among the 145 leaders are 34 UJA national officers and members of its policy-setting Campaign Cabinet. Also in the group are 17 leaders who will serve as chairmen or presidents of their local community campaigns in 1963. The others are large contributors and key individuals in their community organizations. "With Israel experiencing the highest surge of immigration in more than a decade, and with a Jewish population of more than 150.000 in France who have come from North African countries in the wake of disturbances in Al gtria and other lands, t want t< make sure, ir eyewitness surveys and in talks with the directors of the various L'JAsupported organ izstions. that we are doing everything that the situation warrants." Rabbi Friedman said. "Events have made it plain." Rabbi Friedman stated, "that the report the mission will render to the UJA's 25th annual conference in New York on Dec. 7 to 9. will have to take into consideration one of the most acute periods of overseas needs to face American Jews in recent years." In Paris. Jewish leaders of 12 European countries will honor American Jewry for its part in restoring Europe's Jewish life since the war at a special dinner. The mission will also attend a threeday meeting, sponsored by the Joint Distribution Committee, under the chairmanship of Charles Jordan. JDC overseas director. The mission's visit to Israel will be marked by a series of noteworthy anniversary events. Rabbi Friedman said. These will be sponsored by an Israel committee to observe the 25th UJA anniversary, headed by Moshe Sharett, chairman of the Jewish Agency. "United Jewish Appeal is deeply gratified by the warm-hearted nanrur in which the Prime Minster, the Israel Government, the fewish Agency and the people of Israel will help observe the UJA's 25th anniversary." he said. Assisting former Gov. Herbert Lehman, as chairman of the Anniversary Year Committee, will be Mr. Meyerhoff. With him, will •"erve UJA's former general chairman Morris W. Berinstein, and top leaders William Rosenwald, Edward M. M. Warburg, and Dewey D. Stone. At the same time, the UJA executive vice chairman made it known that an outstanding group if more than 30 notable figures in American life have accepted invitations to serve as honorary chairmen of the Anniversary Year Committee. Included are: Jack Benny, Jacob Blaustein. Samuel Bronfman, Edi die Cantor. Gen. Lucius D. Clay, I Thomas E. Dewey, David Dubinj sky, Justice Felix Frankfurter, Justice Arthur Goldberg, Dr. Na', hum Goldmann. Monroe Goldwater, Sen. Ernest Gruening, Mrs. Samuel W. Halprin. W. Averell Ilarriman. Sen. Jacob K. Javits. Ambassador Philip M. Klutznick, Samuel Leidesdorf. Jacob S. Potofsky, Abraham Ribicoff, Gov. ; Nelson A. Rockefeller. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Dr Abba Hillel Silver. Columnist Joins Jewish Floridian "Scope" is the name of a new feature column to appear regularly in The Jewish Floridian beginning with this week's issue. Columnist is Alan Shecter. native of Baltimore and honor graduate of the University of Miami school of business. "Scope" of the new feature will reveal "the inside story" behind Jewish personalities in South Florida medicine, art. music, architecture, education, business, sports, entertainment and other fields. Shecter is a member of the | board of governors of the Nation, al Children's Cardiac Hospital, I chairman of the promotion committee of the United Fund of Dade county, and a member of Temple Beth Sholom. Shecter's first column is from Mexico City. For the new "Scope." see Sec B. President Ben-Zvi also is transmitting, through the Great*' Miami Israel Assn., handcrafted olive wood carvings to the prime ministers of the isCourt Hears Nazis' Cases Continued fiom Page 1-A created and participated in the activities of a semi-military organization called "Spearhead." 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"riday, October 12 1962 f'JewiitfH r ??;? II-A UN Opener Brings Refugee Comedy Hostess with the coffee pot is Mrs. Louis F. Snetman. She's pouring for Mrs. Leon Kronish and Mrs. Fred Somerstein. The occasion was a coffee at the home of Mrs. Snetman for members of the hostess committee for the Temple Beth Sholom dinner of tribute to be held Sunday evening at Doral Country Club in honor of lames M. Albert. Temple president. Albert Dinner Sunday to Attract Top Community Leaders at Dora! Club jor vent of j ew Year th< Temple • %  %  ibute Sunevi %  D£ at the >oi .il Country ib, whi n Jam • *! All ert, eongr 'gatii • pre: ideat, i to be in %  • -pc %  ght a •: %  • il bonoree. Rabbi Loon Kronish. spiritual leader ol Temple Beth Sholom. and international vice chairman for .synagogues in the Israel Bond effort, pointed out that Albert will be honored for "his unique service tn the Temple, the community and the State of Israel." Isadore Hecht is chairman of Hie dinner, assisted by a committee ef leaairj cirvjregation members. Hecht minted w*. 'hat particular significance ia attached to this dinner bj the fact that Israel is sending i ne of its foremost statesmen as ts representative in the Albert '" iming to Miin hon tring Albert will lei Yigal Alton, Minister of tor an form.': commander of Israel's southern Gen. •'-.....n was I mnder ol he Pain :h, Israe commando rganizi I n in the VVai u Liberaii n. A highlight of i linner will y the : resentati il .1 Book oi itaining th >. expressions and ition not nlj ol I Stat lei, but of Dade Heights Honors Faskes Mr. ai Mrs P. Faske were the rschuvah idaj I Dade ish 1 • -" % %  iti in, \ pla de< the library ... nted. ead ngrega; is 1 bi H Rn hter rt's frie : .' organi; lions Assisting : %  :• hi in arrangements fcr ;! .e dinner are Rabbi I.eon Kronish, Jack A. Cantor, honorary dinner chairman and Florida State chairman for the State of Israel Bonds: Frank Kamen. Maury S. Olinick and Louis F. Snetman. vice presidents of the Temple: Mrs. Louis P. Snetman. president of the Sisterhood: and Dr. Harry E Wolk, president of the Brotherhood. Adult Education At Zamora Temple Zamora Sisterhood adult education will include courses in "Resinning Hebrew Reading." "Bible." "Praver Book." and "Customs and Ceremonies of the Holidays and Home Rabbi Hershel Brooks will conduct all classes, and each will be for one hour. "Beginning Hebrew Reading' and Bible" will be held in the morn also inaugurating classes for teen-agers from 15 Sessions will be held once a week for an hour and a half in the early evening Courses will be given in "Bible," His tor 3 -' 1 ies "a Rablu Brooks KING ARTHUR'S COURT Tha SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 A*T SHUNS, Co-Owner Toynbee Renews Israel Battle Continued from Page 1-A Toynbee's proposal for unlimited re admittance of the Arab refugees the equivalent of asking Israel "to commit hara-kiri." He also dealt with Dr. Toynbee's contention concerning the historical "minority" status of Jews, declaring that more than 200 years after the collapse of the Bar Koehba revolt in 135 C.E.. "the Jews in Palestine were far in excess of the percentage you assigned to them." Dr. Zeitlin added that more than 200 years later, in 315 C.E., the Jews were strong enough and numerous enough to revolt against Rome in order to regain their poli lical independence." Continued from Page 1-A billion dollars, by Jui e 30, 1961. Britain ha I by :.nat time. well over $66,000,000; Canada, over $11,500,000: Australia, $2,272,000; littie .v !" Zealand, over 51. 500. 0 one example of pai lip b) UNRWA :.i propaganda piece published this month by UNRWA itself. In an effort to show that, the "host" governments do care 1 about the welfare of the refugees UNRWA has issued figures alleging that the Arab states have helped their miserable refugee brethren. \ Possible Laughter According to UNRWA, Arab governments have contribtued "S40.000.000 direct to refugees" since 1948—not since 1950. when UNRWA was founded. That figure is based on information received by UNRWA from sources certainly impeachable—the Arab governments themselves. And the form of much of that aid would arouse laughter — if the subject were no: one of absolute earnestness. Some of that "direct" aid came in the form, for instance, of "Security" furnished by the Arab governments. "Security" means stationing police to keep the refugees inside the camps. Other Arab governmental "contributions" were in the form of "rent — bcokkeep.ng for ihe use of arid, abandoned lane's where the camps were located. The plebiscite idea is not the only one being mulle I im< on the American side. Some. deed, would propose revival of a plan put forth by John Foste" Dulles in 1955 for an international fund to help Israel compensate the refugees But such compensation, even if it were arranged, would not. solve the question of where to let these refugees settle. Israel will certainly not admit the vast bulk of these hostile elements bent on Israel's destruction. 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Friday. October *J€wist> tier id fan Page 13-A .. -$** %  Kenneth Myers (second from left), vice president of Mt. Nebo Cemetery, congratulates Joseph Lipton. president of Temple Emcura-EL on the occasion of the dedication Sunday of the pie Emanu-El section at Mt. Nebo. Looking on are Dr ig Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of the Temple, and Kopelowitz. chairman of the Emanu-El cemetery come. The dedication preceded special Temule services ronducted by Dr. Lehrman for friends and relative's who came Mt. Nebo on the occasion of the traditional High Holv Day j-tason visitation of the deceased. Arantco Ordered to Drop Discriminatory Hiring Policy Continued from Page 1-A economic and religious rights of lews and to secure and maintain equality of opportunity for persons i f the Jewish faith." In Its decision, the State Commission recognized it has no power to compel Saudi-Arabia to adI mit Jews. 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A separate concurring opinion was written by Commissioner Bernard Katzen. In welcoming the decision. Mr. Polier commented: "The ruling by the State Commission marks an ; historic step forward in the determination of the people of New York to make real for every citizen the statutory guarantees against discrimination on account of race, religion or national origin. Every citizen who opposes bigotry and bias owes a debt of gratitude to the Commission for its ruling aflirmation of the principle of equality and for its vigorous action in ordering a halt of the efforts by an American company to violate our laws in deference to the religious prejudices of a foreign power." Shah Thanks Jewish Congress By Special Report The Shah of Iran has thankei the World Jewish Congress for its message of sympathy on the tragedy caused by the recent earthquake in Iran. A cable from Teheran was signed by Husain Ala. Minister of the Imperial Court, and reads: "Deeply touched by World Jewish Congress message of sympathy on occasion of our national mourning. His Imperial Majesty com mands me to express his heartfelt ; thanks for this token of solidarj ity." YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED We can answer your phone in your own name. Less than S5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary. ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-0721 Histadrut 1-Day Conference to Feature Gen. David Tesher at Luncheon Session David S. Tesher. Consul General of the State of Israel, will be guest of honor and principal speaker at the lOih anniversary conference of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, it was announced Wednesday by Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman bi the"conclave. One of the first Zionist leaders in his native Russia, and later in Germany. Gen. Tesher has served as Consul General of Israel in Chicago for :'u pj s| lu, and a hair years, with consular over 15 II stern a.-.d southwestern •' tl The Histadrut conference is scheduled for Oct. 28 at the Seville hotel, with several hundred leeders of the Poale Zion, Farband., I Pioneer Women and other Zionist organizations participating, Rabbi Kronish said. Cen. Tesher rose rapidly in the Zionist movement in Germany. and was executive director of the Zionist Organization in Berlin until 1937. He then moved to Palestine as a leading Zionist official, and served in high government posts during the post-Hitler period, which saw a tidal wave of Jewish immigration into new-born Israel. After three years of service in Canada. Gen. Tesher returned to Jerusalem, where he was named deputy director of Prime Minister' David Ben-Gurion's office. In 195t>. he was named to the key post of director of the Information Division in the Israel Ministry for | Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem, and j served in that vital position throughout the Sinai crisis of 1956-57. Gen Tesher will speak during the 12:30 p.m. luncheon Oct. 28. which will highlight the conclave, scheduled to get under way at 10:30 a.m. He will arrive in Miami a day earlier to confer with the top leaders of Histadrut. Rabbi Kronish will report on his recent survey mission to Israel, durin.-j which final plans for a new medical center in Beersheba, capital city of the Negev, were mapped by State of Israel and H : stadrut officials. J Z. Stadlan. president of the Israel Histadrut Committee of Greater Miami, said top national officials of Histadrut also will participate in the one~-day conference', which will conclude at 4pm. Oct. 28. Outstanding entertainment and featuring Mr and Mrs. Michl Gibson, will be included during the luncheon. 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Page 10-A *Jmitt> fhrSdliciri Friday. Oclober 12, 1962 ,. il ... :...:(!. HI... All About The Bosses By MAX LERNER Moscow Synagogue Hit on Holidays It has been clear for some lime thai the New York elections this year take on a special importance as setting the stage for the 1964 Presidential race. Amidst the immature, sometimes hypocritical and often dewnright silly talk about "bosses" there is a danger of forgetting this fact: For the better or worse the American parly system is a loose collection of state and local parly units which get together for the slakes i.f power in the Presidency. For President Kennedy the two crucial state elections this year are ir California and New York: in California because the fate of Richard Nixon is involved, in New York because the fate of Nelson Rockefeller is involved. Being "ins." the Democrats of California have managed boiler 1har, the Democrats of New York, who are "outs." The New York show ha* been depressing partly because of the lack of dramatic and eloquent figures, or even established ones, whom the party could call upon. But mainly it has been depressing because the White House has not dared show its hand openly in running the show, and because there has been no one in New York—except Mayor Wagner—to run it • • • Run it must be, like any political operation, or business one, or administrative one The Republicans have known all along who is bossNelson Rockefeller The Democrats, still smarting from the boss issue four years ago. and with so much al slake two years from now, have let bickering and chaos reign right up to the opening of the state convention. Their direction has been a vacuum only fitfully filled by iht uneasy troika of Attorney General Kennedy. Mayor Wagner, and j Bronx boss Charles A. Buckley. To gay there was no strong leadership does not mean there was ne. plan. From the start the plan was to concentrate on the Governorship, in order either to beat Gov. Rockefeller or else give him so close a run as to cut hi.his prestige in the Presidential struggle. The plan \..also to test a theory: that there is a considerable hard-core antiRockefeller strength in New York, and that a distinguished liberal can-j t.idate —preferably one with strong ethnic appeal—could pick up enough added votes itmake the race a hot one. That theory was tested by a straw-poll by Louis Harris, whose t polls the President and the Attorney General have learned to trust Presumably it stood up. After the Judge Bouin boomlet. which never git off the grounu there u->the Morgenthau boom, which creaked worked. The White House support of Buckley in his tough primary ci ntest—despite Mayor Wagner's hostility to him— led to a happ) ending al th Syracuse convention, when Buckley joined Wagner. Herbert Lehman and presumably the Kennedym pushing Morgen thau's nominal • • e Robert Morgenthau is far from a "natural" political candidate. He i awkward reserved, ha a pour platform manner, and would scei arcely ;•. TV match lor the self-assured formidable campaignei ir. Gov. Rockefeller. Yet elections are strange affairs, and I shoult i : rit< off ihit one. For Morgenthau bring.into Democratic si pol tics igain the tradition of the high-minded earnest and able figure | which made Sen Lehman whal he was. and goes back beyond Lehmar. i Govern Franklin 1) Roosevelt. Afor the crj ol "Bossism, there is a vast deal of nonsense being Ut1 red "ii '.iiMi semi' by men who ought to know belter Politics is i ei • run a government without power and direction; how (.• :< run a political party without them. The real distinction hi 55 in the backroom, who reigns over a parcel (• never runfor major office and thus comes dion a citywide or statewide scale, and the boss i ecisions with some logic because he submits himsell the pi il ject to their veto "f his power. Somi • .';.. %  .ritten a book pointing out lhal the American political idealist itical ayst< m which follows the pattern ol the econi. systei I resumabl} the people as voters play the role of the c imei my, and pi Ij a can idate should stand or i. • • : %  demi rid in the political market This is very ] t it is sim] u lies—or, I ... ... • • • There lias to be some forward planning, to look beyond the locality tc the si lion. 1 here ha.! to be i -. t ma led a part) ision eliti \l> count against f thi in both parties I ...: thi 5 grov< tired and smug .'•• Cd d I kee| • rtj pen to new talent, and fear the < eas and an unfamilia polil As 1 %  • York Democi 1 the r n a; prove • thi too ri {idly followed thi I gi< p w< r not 1 a man but sti t"he re] n polls maki me ui r*al • ; a sun • 1 r of the human fund 1 Fossett's Prescription Pharmacy \ t" Huntington Medical Building 1 168 S.E. FIRST STREET MIAiAl, FLORIDA PHC'JE FR 4 7691 { One of the largest and Most Complete Prescription i Pharmacies in the World W. E. FOSSETT Founder < Continued from Page 1-A members of the congregation were thrown into panic, many of the Jews running for the exit doors. However, those who were trying to leave found themselves halted by the crowds on the outside. The reports pointed out that none of the Soviet militia was on duty at or around the synagogue at the time the attack took place. Usually, there are militia men on duly in front of the synagogue on Jewish holidays There were no reports of injuries resulting from the attack and the subsequent panic, however. The reports did slate that no one wa.arrested and that no mention of the entire occurrence has been made to date either in Ihe Soviet press or on the Soviet radio. The reports on the violence occurring on Bosh Hashona in the synagogue were coupled with an interview given this weekend byChief Rabbi Levin to the Moscow correspondent of the Now York Times from which it could be seen that Jewish religious leaders in the Soviet capital are nervous about what may happen to their synagogue. The Chief Rabbi told the correspondent that the practice of Jewish tourists and Israeli Embassy personnel of leaving religious articles in the synagogue "was being utiliied by blackmarketeers" *i>4 is exposing the synagogue to attacks in the Soviet press. He identified the "black-marketeers" mainly •* Georgian Jews. One such attack appeared in the Moscow newspaper, Trud, which charged that the syn*sogu as hm: used by Israeli diplomats to distribute Zionist literature and tc gather "espionage and other slanderous information." In his interview, in Yiddish, with the correspondent of The New York Time.-, the Chief Rabbi denied there had been a threat to close the synagogue because of such activities, but he added thai the congregation was expected by the Government to adhere to certain standards of behavior and not to permit black-market activities, and other such practice as marriage matchmaking Matchmaking still survives to Som< extent in certain social gorups of the Soviet Union. It is frowned upon ideologically. Rabbi Ltvin said that two weeks ago the president of the congregation. Naum S. Paler, warned the membership against such activities. Rabbi Levin told The New York Times correspondent that 300 Jews attend daily services at the Moscow synagogue. 1 r. Sabbath their number reaches up tc 1.000 while on the High Holy Days the worshippers overflow ir.'.i tb< street He asserted that the financial condition of hit congregations is "good" ane! explained that the fi. nancing el the*synagogue con-.es from private contributi Moscow was reported in the 1959 census as having a Jewish population H ;i,000. | n tMi tion to the central synagogue, Moscow has e 'prayer room" in the Maryina Reshcha Malakhovka, a Suburb en the eastern out! skirts of IN dry. Teh Malakhovka synac.ee u had ben burn. 1 ed down by ettcnists in 1959, on i the eveninc o' Rosh Hashona, resulting in the ceath of the sexton's wife. fnaidly -aid the \. .. tad Imped re from 11 turns•!nin> Dr. Stanford Will Address NCCJ Dr. Henry King Stanford, president ol the University ol Miami. will address members of the' National Conference of Christians the Florida regional chapter of the National Conference of Chritians and Jews will hclc its annual business meetino. Dr. Stanford dui ir g his < istin guished career, hat beei a longtime member and act •• worker on behalf 11 the Nat al Conference of Christia .'• ws in various parts ol the < %  ar.tr>. As head of the firsl higher educational institution in the nation to establish a i < rmi 11 I dej art ment of human relations. Dr Stanford will present views on human relationi thi ta! role ahead lor Christians U %  %  working togethet ii battle for tolei an< < FOSTER ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Elect: :c Contractors RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDIS'S AL ALTERATIONS '.H NTENANCE PAUL FOSTBt, president AIR Cf %  Dll IONIN0 md ADEQUATE VIR .3 2264 W. ;/.:-.IF ST. HI 8-267' Nighti S.iii.ivsHoln>sDa &f l 3-C c 22 FOR Bi".i* rftxu.ru ran THI MIAMI %  AITH INSTITUTE Physical T>e-ei ft-dy Ci-iditisninj Generrl Diagnosis and X-Roy Celen'ic '--igotio-i Cofc : -i ; t nd Wossog; U -c Sonic Therop-* 7235 Eiscoyne Blvd. PNONI PI 7-7231 DR. 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Page 8-B *Jenist> FIcrkHar/ Friday, October 12. 1962 Ccnlton E. Colley receives check of SI CO from Joseph M. LipTon, president of Dade Federal Savings and Loan Assn., of Miami. Colley, assistant cashier of the association, recently won the Florida State speech contest sponsored by the American Savings and Loan Institute, and will compete for top honors in November, when he appears at the U.S. Savings cr.d Loan League annual convention in Washington, D.C. Garfield Will Chair Ball Here Joseph A. Garfield. real estate investor and developer, has been named general chairman of the 1963 January benefit ball for Miami's National Children's Cardiac Hospital, the nation's only free, non sectarian hospital devoted exclusivel) to rheumatic and congential heart disease in children. George Coury. noted financier and security analyst, will serve with Garfield as associate chairman of the annual event. In making the announcement. Children's Cardiac Hospital president, Leo Robinson, pointed out that the Jan. 26 Dedication Ball "might well be the largest in the history of our 'Hospital with a Heart,' since it will climax the official completion and dedication of the 26-year-old institution s modern, new facilities now under construction in the Metropolitan Medical Center." Highlight of the evening will be the coronation of a "King and Queen of Hearts'' for 1963 Mayor Robert King High of Miami (second frcm left has signed a proclamation calling for the week ol Cct. IS through 22 to be designated cs "Symphony Week" in Miami, Maya High is shown with Mrs. Marie Volpe (rights menage: of the Additional committee chairmen University of Micmi Symphony Orchestra: Mrs. Ch=:le* M. and members already assigned to Moon, president of the UM Symphony Outcr.d Dr. r 2bien key responsibilities include Robin-, Sevitzky (left), music director and conductor c: the symphony, son. ticket committee, assisted by' Mayor High uraed Miamians "to continue iheii suooort ol vice chairmen. Williams Apte. jine music in ^ mec he University of Mi— tony, art ol series Hebrew Univ. Unit To Meet Monday £V£Zg£ i^^pfSStt. Si ; • meeting of the newlyformed I ard ol directors of the S Dn isii a of the Ai erican Fi ni ol the Hebrew t ersit; %  • ni Kt Mondi %  -. • : ing Junii r's restaui ack S. Popick. chaii man of nci %  ere imerici Friei ir Hr Philip ( Harold Robinson as sidents L'. Rubin. S l. t S. Shi ben I of direcIon > \r.-.:. Rabbi May< %  ante Baskin. : • %  • %  Mrs I Cypen. I Ell, Simon Fisher :. ler Harry ( Bi • Mrs. Louis IS your family happy? Of %  .-• -.ls %  r to' %  the kind It s as > t t Iff'a r W KES YOUR MEAL A FEAST RE YOU SE : /E ENOUC I! Glasser and Dr. J A Greenhouse, Mrs Jennie Grossinger. Louis Hirsch, Harold Jaffer, Rabbi I.eon Kronish. Samuel Lachman, Pr Irving Lehrmi • s C. Levensi n, I i o Mindlin, Mrs %  nlej i Myers Stanley C, Myers. Mayor Kenneth Oka Mrs, Jack s opick P Pi i us. Maurii i Reviti I ou B Rudnick. Mrs. Samui iro, Mrs Evi Schacht Jacob Sher. bi Da' SI apin Han Id B Spaet. r in Sti n Dr. Josi ph M. lb, MrMux Weitx i Ji seph W Wunsch. Academic Council co-chairmen an Jack D Mrs, An%  Mej i :> Mrs s, m Sim nhi ff as chaii the I % %  eater Miami Women Di> ision I the Amerii an Frii f the Hebrew L"ni\ rsity. will be present at the Monda> Dr, Meyer B. Markchain the American Jewish Physicians' Committee, the ol ''. erican Fru i he more tliar. 200 : s stcii iati w ith the Hebi • I livision ir the eeti be plans for .; in I f the rsity of UM Orchestra to Open 36th Season; Noted Pianist Will Join Sevitzky erai chairman tor program and symphonies and otner music. arrangements, assisted by Sheldon Spector vice chairman Inch.' •• will be Maurii i Cohn. Othei men also sei importai i • %  acit • an Sid Kain publicity i > Milton S • ... •..(•< : he • iversitj ol Mil n In additii r, orgl it, || si itra entering il tl Concerto a second mittei -. • • ncert i rai the evening Judgi lason M. Berkman and Eli ficialh 1962^3 < Fir bird S :... %  %  h airmi and er Miami mus reason S ed bj Se< Mrs Sol Geri C, erj ptei ay evenings. Oct. 21 and Oj stra i ration. 22. at< the the i mposi L": iti N'atioi Fabii > % % % %  his I urth :• < sr ;.'. the A world : thi Sj • %  phi i ; %  : r, hi stn dor s "Odi iduct the entin seri< • I tion dedi erts rions, ices for the si nts of Beth prescnte I Miami : %  i i I Iberia h Corah n e hi Id Da li i ui tj '. id t< i are also • %  turday and Sunday the first est soloist for i ph • i ...voi the lie., ay ol Sukkotn N'iki;i Mi %  the direction of Abraham J as one of the G '• %  Ison, i lucational director piai ists Hi congregation presivan Beetl dent. announced. Youth Services At Beth Torah 1 • 1 • 1 N't, 1 • If you like Square Dancing A! Beth S >!om Beth S '. .. 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Friday. October 12. 1962 *Jf**istifk>ridNbrt Page 5-B Israel Program For Beach Lodge A comprehensive panel discusTuesday. Oct. 23. 8 p.m.. at the rael committee for the past two .siati ua economic aiuurt.; jacv president of Zim Lines and th years, will moderate the panel and S. Popick, chairman cf the board American-Israeli Shipping C*. cha ir the evening's program. | of the Greater Miamj Committco (FlaJ; Capt Le0 Gardner, regiontion of "Israel-5723" w.ll high-1 Alters hotel. Theodore M. Trushir. Tancl members will include Ar-'.for State oi Israel Bonds; Joshua al director of El Al Israel Airline* light the annual program devoted ls ,on K'' president. ,„„_ c Rosjphan repetitive dine .,<-._.. •_, ... ..„„ Jtosicnan. executive curec, Stadian. president of the Israel William Hornsteln, co-chairman •* to the State of Israel by Miami Gerald Schwartz, secretary of tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Histaclrut Committee of Greatei the Israel committee of the lodgej Beach Lodge. B nai I! nth. en '>• %  • %  << % %  > and chairman of it= IsFederation: Zvi Raden. consul of •' — ; %  ••>• '• •• •-'-• .. anf) Milton Kahn, lodge member. CTQBB5 The greatest Jewish favorite for brewed coffee enjoyment —in 1 ib. and 2 ib. size cans. HOUSE COF May it bring good cheer all year to all! Yes, there's holiday cheer in every cupof this superior -both instant and ground. Its full-bodied richness and aroma has brought joy and refreshment into far more Jewish homes than any other brand of coffee for many, many years. Because no other coffee pleases the Yiddishen ta'am like Maxwell House. T; "good-tc--c::e-last-drcp'' favor means it's a mechayeh! TINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS



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Pcge 6-E vjenirf ftryrj^r Friday, Octobei 12, 1962 Miss Yanowitz, Robert Rechter Engagement Told Mr and Mrs WilUam Yanowitz. of Nassau, Bahamas, and 45-o Adams ave.. announce tin' engagement of their daughter. Charlotte, to Robert Rechter, son of Mrs. Abe Lehrman, 4309 Sheridan ave., and the late Solomon Rechter. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Miami Beach High, is now a junior at the University ol Miami, majoring in elementary eduction She attended the University of and was a M'SS NIZHA AKBIB MISS CHArUOTTf r/!N0,MT* Ida studied business in Nov. York, and became a designer of buck.. m ivt d a B S degree in elec confesses with a twinkle, she excelled, She t n .., I10 ering from the Universit) ol he ratn hats at which, she ,o Miami with Is.dor Cohen 67 years ago. %^ !" J! !" ££ were among the firs, five famU.es o U,.s jacme in Judent^ ^^ Southeast Florida Region to Play Host To '62 National Board Conference Here Southeastern Florida region will 1 in Jewish populal m, came and city. As an undisputed pioneer, she watched j* !" j^jj Arlw omicron Delta Miami grow, and remembers very well today Kapra ;UKi Alpha Sigma Kpsilon her walks on the sand where later there would „ c S( rve( j as president of the %  merge a South Florida community of a millengineering society, and is listed ion citizens in the 1957-58 edition of "Who s u „i„, h^ro and one Who Among Students in American from Oct 23 to 25 at the ron Three-hundred to| As one of the first setlers here, and one JJJ^J and fjoUeges." tainebleau hotel. ORT from all par,, if^^t^ff*£S: Now completing requirements Mrs Ma Rosenberg, nationa. States are ex,, „.. _•__ __J M— -<•, for hi< \l A Hpprep in electrical nresid... the trair,host the l!i2 national board conallied problems. ., %  dan(erenceof Women's American >RT gcrs of Juvenile delu VrViadasVah/a" founder and first pres.-. for his MA degree in electrical president, reports that "a special | MtaN>^eu.. d| and on the boards of B'nai Bhth, American graduate work at the lnmn.it) ^ ^^^^_ > < % %  e_~_ i. a i lit \ % % %  i.iii B^^m ~ ics. Arbib, Wolis Eye Feb. Rites The engagement <>f Nlzha Arbib to Kenneth A. Wolis is being anJewish Congress. Jewish Home for the Aged, of Arizona the Flks. and Red Cross. All these are in adAfter their marriage in February dition to an imposing list of organizations not on Miami Beach, the young couple oven mentioned. will live in Los Angeles, where the It's just a bit harder for Mrs Cohen to bridegroom will be employed as get around these days, but she manages quite ? """"> f *nx E,ectron She's still quite active, and when Ida makes up her mind she nts co peration for one of aer latest projects, she certainly gets it. Ida maintains a wide correspondence. On the day we spoke about things past, present, and future, sin held :. letter in her hand from Marcus Frak. ol Ocala, who was best man a, the Cohen wedding. Intally. she is justifiably proud of her daughter. Claire I Mis Sidney) itraub, who has been following in her footsteps of community servces. as well as of her sons Murray and Eddie. nounced by her parents. Mr. and Nowadays. Mrs. Isidor Cohen can afford to sit back on her 85th Mrs Roben Arbib, 1244 Hollywood birthday ;;nd reflect with pride on the part she played in helping Miami Btach bhd Hollywood. Fla! crow to its present status. The bride elect attended South "* Broward High, graduated from La WEDDING TALK -^^ Salle High in St. Ignace. Mich.. Just before Ruth (Mrs. Alexander, Bobbins flew to Ch'cago to, d ^^ ^ Umversjt „ f Ml spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Karasik. she ^ ^ g member of ^ crowded in a luncheon for Linda Kamen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs RainDO w Gjr j s Frank Kamen. who will be married in Chicago on Nov. 18 to James] %  Scott Levy. There were just six in Ruthie's car when thev drove up to Son of Mrs. Esther \Nol.s 9464 Ft Lnuderrfale for the lunch-Linda, her mother. Mrs. William Fried-! Car yle ave and the late Sol Woman. Mrs. Jack Abbott, and one of the bridesmaids. Nancy Simon, who to, the brjdegroom-to-be is an atU visiting. Nancy, incidentally, is the cupid who introduced Linda |torney in North Miami. He has a to James. The conversation was mostly about the wedding, which will! BA **"* from t **" ^ rk Lm be at the Blackstone hotel. The Kamens maintain homes both in Ch,versi y and an LLB degree from j ,t _• D„„„K the Lniversityof Miami law school ergo and Miami Beach. the Middle Cast and S Special emph..-:on the further j; %  gently needed m Fra, I and ways and me, pressing di n na> siciUed industi i Schedule of for a cocktail p. I nner in the Grand Ball, *d on Tuesdaj On Thursday m a fashion show ;. tured speaki r lugene .1 McCarthy i '•• %  '" % %  of "Frontiers ii Deraoeracy." Sen Mil arthj member of the l' S 'or UNESCO. Local chalrmai "!** %  is Mrs. Joseph Wilkes Mrs Louis Barron is in charge nttoat, and fashion sh< .. coordinate* is Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam. Other committtt members areMrs. Philip Stark Mn A ,o Tan, nen. Mrs. Harold S< hnei and Mrs. William Fishi Mrs. RMCOberg. elected iuonal He is a member of Tau Epsilon of a brilliant social event schedulP rps dent ill 1862 ^ Rho. legal fraternity. Bar and ed by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital '^T^,".,. m ,, .' 1947." MtS. MAX KOSINBHG Cedars Women Eye Social Event 'Faces New in '62" is the theme SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL They go dancing everv Sa'.urdav night. Friends of fifteen years Gavel Legal Society. Surfside planAuxiliary on Friday, Nov. 2. standing. Ralph and Florence Hollander. Jack and Pearl Berke. Jack ning and zoning board, is a directhe Fontainebleau hotel and Mary Greene, and William and Molly Altman have been taking tor of the North Dade Bar Assn The luncheon will climax the dancing iessons on-and-off for five years Rain, shine, or invitations and a trustee of the Kniyhts of Auxiliary's drive for funds to help to a party, nothing interferes with their Saturday night dancing date. Pythias. the Miami community finish conNo dancing for Molly Altman this week, though. She's off to Augusta. A February wedding is planned struct ion of the hospital's top Ga to visit her son. Dr. Robert Altman. who is chief of pediatrics three floors She was named ,, her fir? national position in 1954 >eque* .y served BS vici %  l h ir man of the Ml enceof WM, an. i-f th. iSnVh* %  lial national C( She is %  me, "We an paying tribute to the [u ,. eommittei i'. )RT Federatii i onamittee of Wn Alpha Omega Auxiliatl Alpha Om< hold its annual at Camp Gordon, and will adore being with her daughter-ir.-law. Judy. DpAL SHolom i.nd grandchild. Leslie. hundreds ol new members of the Women's TCCI WomenDivision who have joinNEVER FUT OFF "*" i : our ranks „, the pas, year." A char, rig New Year's i from Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg A program, entitled 'Beauty and -aid Mrs Nathaniel levin, auxilnah ai I Shirah. It reminded me of the huge red the Bible." will be featured at the iary president, and Mrs Samuel with which the Rosenbergs used to decorate their Sukkah. On opening function of the season of 1' Sapiro chairman of the develthe i : their last Sukkoth celebration. 1 decided I'd eat one Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shom-tempters the following year. Well, to fulfil the lom. according to an announceA noted i 'oner and furrier fee on Tu< I have 1 hia. where Rabbi Rosenberg is ment by Mrs. Lou:F Snetman. win present fashion shows and home ol Mrs now spiritual leader of Temple Adath Jeshurun sisterhood president. specia] awan j s are t0 : •„ B a> Heights TTM lea is under the over-all guests meeting is Mr, THREE TAKE ONE ...... ,. ,,,, chairmanship of the Sisterhood Ida Minor. Barney :, N h k Dave and Ruth Rifas to the Viking rest Inin ,, ,, ( rn '". '" %  tv ."y riginal gift, the three couples gave Dave a ti, cl „ f the day is former Sisise rbe, th and Dave I I on the .. their trip to London. Thej lib, nom just a I n Harold to Karen Klii „ serving on I ee with : %  HERE AGAIN THERE AGAIN Mr.' M mes Jack %  i shla{ Lieb r madi to see her newest • ter of Dr and 5 ilip Wemsi rold Hirschl Dan sipy afternoon will L Browi t the Diplomat boti i of,he:..^ Lipsky, I Fred Abrams and Ted imer Steinhardt. Then Juliel Herbert Potash. Wilher husband. Dr Hyman Lieber. in New York, and off ,'"'' !l Martin Lundy, their yearly trip to Europe. This time. des:.r.at:->n Am,, 0, n Garfield, Malvina Lipkins. Harry A Cordon. Louis Shapiro. Benjamin Sabin. Leon Unger and Anna K Opper. ,'terdam GRAND CENTRAL STATION If the MODS Li^a room at the Eden Rcc hotel is like Broadway and Handling the script for the pro st., Mt. Sinai Hospital is like Grand Central Station, -'ram will be Sylvia Bennett, of Ruth ': San Weisen and Nettie (Mrs. Philip i Lefkowiti in their the Revlon Company, and her .J pink -mucks were talking to Mrs Carrie Zinner in her cheery models, representing four women


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clfewish Flor idian Volume 35 — Number 41 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida. Friday, October 12, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20 hailed by Shad Polier. w ho served as counsel for the Jewi.-h group, as "a landmark decision in the effort to protect the equally of all Americans and to safeguard against the importation of foreign prejudice and discrimination to our shores." Polier. who is chairman of the national Governing Council of the Congress, listed these highlights of the decision: "1) The Commission vindicated the American Jewish Congress charge that Jews had been excluded from all employment with Aramco, in New York as well as in Saudi Arabia, in violation of the State Fair Employment Law. "2) Tht Commission upheld the AJCongres.c claim that Aramco had no legal basis for screening persons seeking work in SaudiArabia by requiring them to fill out visa applications and rejecting those applications who were Jewish. "31 The Commission confirmed the AJCongress accusation that there were in fact no Jewish employee* in the company, here or Bbroad, "4) The Commission sustained the right of the Congress to seek to safeguard the civil, political. Continued on Page 13-A Moscow Synagogue Hit During Holiday Services SHAD POLItR landmark decision Britain May Join Missile Sale to Israel LONDON — (JTA) — Britain was reported in diplomatic circles | here to be considering the sale of England's famed "bloodhound missiles to Israel. "There are good I prospects of such a sale by Britain." these sources stated. At the same time, word was re ceived here that the Soviet Union has pledged to speed delivery of promised armament shipments to at least three of Israel's Arao enemies. Egypt. Iraq and Syria. The Russian promise was reportedly given in New York by Moscow's Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko. who conferred with leading Egyptians. Syrians and Iraqis attending the United Nations General Assembly. Russia was reported to have given these weapons assurances to the Arab representatives as a result of the decision by the United States Government to sell Hawk ground-to-air missiles to Israel. NEW YORK (JTA) Reports that the central synagogue of Moscow, largest and most important Jewish house cf worship in the Soviet Union, was stoned on the first day of Rcsh Hashona, while j High Holy Day services were in progress before a congregation crowded beyond capacity, were confirmed here Sunday by highly | reliable sources. The Jewish Daily j Forward first reported the occurrence here on Saturday. According to the reports, received here, Moscow's central synagogue was jammed with worshipers, while an overflow crowd of hundreds of other Jews milled in the street outside the edifice, when suddenly a hail of stones smashed through several windows, shattering the glass and showering the worshippers with broken splinters cf glass. Services were being conducted at the moment by Moscow's venerable Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin. Shocked by the stoning, Continued on Page 10-A IN DEBATE WITH SCHOLAR Toynbee Resumes His Private Battle Against the Jewish State PHILADELPHIA —(JTA)— British historian Arnold Toynbee renewed his attack on Jewish claims to Israel in the current issue of the Jewish Quarterly Review, published by Dropsie College, which appeared Tuesday. He was be %  jutted in the same issue by Prof Solomon Zeitlin. noted Jewish historian. The exchange resulted from an article by Dr. Zeitlin in the July 1961 Review which was published with an earlier article by Dr. Toynbee. In the current issue. Dr. Toynbee contended that his main thesis was "that the human rights of the inhabitants of a country SOMETHING SHOULD Bt DONE Opening of UN to Bring Renewal of Refugee Fray By SAUL CARSON Argentine Priest Says Church Harbors Fountain of Prejudice Court Hears Nazis' Case LONDON (JTA) A detective chief i Spector testified in the trial of four British National Socialist leaders now taking place here that a can of sodium chlorate found in a raid on the neo-Nazi group's headquarters had had the label "weedkiller" change;! to 'Mew-killer." %  'he testimony was given by In specter George Williams, who said the can was one of seven seized in the Aug. 10 raid. On trial are Colin Jordan, 39, leader of the group; John Tyndall, 26. secretary; Denis Perie, 23, assistant secre'ary; and Roland Kerr Ritchie, 42. research officer. They are charged with violating Britain's Public Order Act for havContinued en Pag* 3 A Bl'ENos AIRES—(JTA)—Father Carlos Cucchetti, co-founder of the ; Argentine Jewish-Christian fraternity, was quoted in an interview this week as declaring that "we cannot affirm the church hierarchy act ually organizes and incites antiSemitism but it can be said that ; the hierarchy has not adopted j steps to prevent such outbursts I generated in Catholic institutions j and schools." The priest was asked by I.a Luz. a Jewish fortnightly journal, to comment on a recent report in the New York Times quoting Argen tine Jews to the effect that the Catholic Church is one of the main factors in anti-Semitism here. "It cannot be said that the pulpits in certain churches are chairs of anti-Semitism, but certain priests use their pulpits to disseminate the ideas from which religious anti-Semitism emanates," he replied. As an example, he cited Father Vorgilie Filippo, parochial priest of the Immaculate Conception Continued on Page 9 A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) Every year, just before the Genual Assembly convenes its regular session the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, traditionally a devout supporter of the UN's major purposes and aims, publishes a pamphlet called "International Conciliation." summarizing the issues facing the forthcoming Assembly session "International Conciliation" has always presented its summary in bland fashion, identifying the issues dispassionately. stating its facts with utmost accuracy, restricting the few opionions it expresses to sensible, realistic prognoses. This year, the volume dealing with the issues before the 17th session of the Assembly, now under way. has been an exception. Of particular interest here, to tho-e in close touch with Arab-Israeli issues, is the chapter dealing with the Palestine (meaning Arab) refugees. The agenda item dealing with that topic will be ex plosive. But when the shouting by the Arab representatives is done, the main outlines of the problem will still be there. This year, the Assembly should do something definitive about the refueee problem. That's not to say 'hat it will—it is only a reminder that it should. For the current session is the last prior to the expiration of the mandate un:'er which the United Nations Relief and Wcrks Agency for Pale<*ine Refugees operates. That mandate expires at the end of next June. The I'.NRWA program has cost nearly S400.UOO.000 since it was launched in 1950. Of that total, 1 the U.S.A. contributed about 70 per cent, a total of over a quarter-of-aContinued on Pa.-je 11-A override the historical claims of the descendants of people who were inhabitants of the same coun try a long time ago, but who have not constituted more than a small minority of the population for a long time past." He said that Dr. Zeitlin had failed to take direct issue with this thesis. The Jewish historian replied that Jewish claims as crystalHied in the restoration of Israel had been validated by the United Nations, that the State of Israel had been recognized by most countries of the world, and has been a member of the United Nations since 1949. Dr. Zeitlin rejected Dr. Tony bee's contention that what pre vented the Arab refugees from recovering "those lands" was the refusal of Israel to agree to their reinstatement. Dr. Zeitlin then cited documentary evidence that the Arabs in Palestine had been ordered by Arab leaders to leave the area and that those Arabs who ; had ignored those orders had con| tinued to live at peace in Israel I "with seven representatives in the Knesset." The Jewish historian called Dr. Continued on Pe.ge 11-A PROf. ARNOLD TOYNBtt .. time posset US Mid-East Policy on Old Course JOHNSON PtAN REJECTED PAGE B-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Indications of an American initiative regarding current Middle East issues, which may become more evident during the current 17th General Assembly of the United Nations, do not point to any substantial change in the United States Government attitude toward Israel, informed sources here said this week. That consensus emerged despite a spate of rumors and reports of a more favorable United States policy toward Israel The sources here agreed that while there was an American understanding of Israel's security situation, there were wide divergences of opinion between Israel and Washington policy-makers on specific issues. Observers here cited as a particular example the refusal of the United States delegation to support the li-nation resolution of the General Assembly last year calling for direct Arab-Israel peace talks. Another example cited here is the United States approach to the Arab refugee problem. Israel regards this problem as a humanitarian one which should be treated separately from the complex political issues in Continued on Page 7-A



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Page 8-A vjewisti floridiaiP Friday. October 12, 1962 Israel Rejects Johnson Plan To Solve Refugee Problem Invitations will soon be in the mail announcing the annual banquet sponsored by the South Florida chapter of Technion on Nov. 28. Chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser. meets with the banquet committee to work out assignments. Seated (left to right) are dinner chairman, Al Sherman, Mrs. Philip Thau, Louia Ridnick. Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, Mrs. Glasser, and Jack Rifkin. Standing are Jack Katzman, Philip Thau, Joe Mechlow, and (far right/ Meyer A. Baskin, honoiary president. The group supports Israel's largest engineer college, often called the MIT of the Middle East. Requisition 'Vacated'Algeria Property ALGIERS (JTA) — The Offic. Gazetter here published an ort nance giving local Algerian officials the authority to reopen commercial businesses, industrial j'ants, "'and all other economic ennrprises" which have been closed r'ue to the departure of the ownITS. The local authorities are given the right to appoint temporary idministrators for the "abandoned" businesses. Another decree gives the local authorities the right to requisition partmer.ts and other residences %  .cant for two months. Still a iurther Government order ani unced that persons wishing to • migrate from Algeria must receive official permissio nto leave. The decree issued in Algeria concerning the reopening of business enterprises left by Jews nd Europeans who emigrated from the country may constitute The first s*ep toward expropriation of the property of Jewish 'efugees from Algeria new in c rar.ce, it was feared in Paris. ahle reports reaching Paris 1 \ iindicated that stores loft ir. ;er> by Jewish refugees now in nee have already been reopenM -ems presenting themBikur Ci.olim Opens Season ir Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home Auxiliary will hold its : regular meeting of the fall -on on Wednesday noon at the lers hotel. In charge of the ; re gram is Mrs. Ronnie Leonard. selves as "temporary administra-. tors." even before today"s decree was issued. The reports stressed that the Algerian authorities were ignoring the one-month deadline they had fixed for the return of owners of such businesses before taking over the shops and plants belonging to Europeans. The difficult situation of Algerian refugees was dramatized here today by repeated attempts of a Jewish refugee to commit suicide. Fernard Shetrit. a former bus conductor in Algeria who arrived in France two months ago. jumped from the fifth floor balcony of the Public Bus Company office in Paris where he had vainly been seeking employment. Falling unhurt to the fourth floor, the 52-year-old refugee immediately made a second suicide jump, falling three floors and injuring himself seriously He was taken to a hospital where he said he would try again to kill himself. JERUSALEM-(JTA)-The Israel Cabinet and the Knesset Committee for Foreign Affairs were disclosed this week to have repected the proposals for solving the Arab refugee problem suggested by Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, special envoy of the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission. Israel's stand has been submitted to the United States, France and Turkey. three members of the PCC. i is* n prop si %  w h i c h have not vet been formally sub .. d to th. UN bul which have ,,. ividel> publicized in the I ,„.,... %  red comcei ibl< in Israel independent news led Dr Johnson's sug• • %  i should re•ael or settling else., said (!'.'i the .• I, which an hosts to the uld ci mpel them to 5 to return in pursuit of the I ....i : destroying Israel Haboker, the Liberal party organ, said the Johnson proposal to name a refugee administrator to supervise which refugees would return could only increase the danger and confusion, adding that Dr. Johnson knew that "Israel cannot open its gates to the Arab refugees" and that he also knew the Arab rulers want to continue to use the refugees as a political football." The daily suggested should be done to indue ted Nations Relief a i Agency to reveal "wha knows about thi grow ness of the refugees I habilitation" for new Arab countries That comment was by the opening this u< cational trainin p cent ug >es bu ll t, I'Nitv. The c<. ," < %  :•. wh modal % %  %  i c intributi d S67 • I % %  ;:' %  (It 1 ;. : f0 I foi istrator to i %  c r< ati an I compi tic %  % %  ject indivi risks. Israel and friends States — woul indemnities I property would h.' told I woul d not ; i ssai choice. %  lung the I'niWorks really rilling. ept rein the is n %  • %  N %  il 30 ffirst Theatre Guild Has S'ating Beginning I • ghth • n. the Theatre G .. %  f N n -ach held its first m Wed nesdaj e i nil f in I I Hal] Auditorium. I • of children's ull be conducted • %  Lts Fri in, director of th 99 Miller Electric Co. of Miami, Inc. QUALITY CONTRACTING I StRVICt 3905 N.W. 37th Ct. Ph. 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Fage 6-A k**isto FBoridll&r Friday, October 11 Me Ami Caravan To be Honored Greater Miami Jewish leaders who are H ing for Isr lei to ded ioate gr tun I for the Jewish National Fund Me Ami development, on which the Government of Israel plans t erect a new city, will be feted ai a bon voyage party. State, county and city officials arc expected to attend the event, which will take place at the Algiers hotel on Wednesday evening. Oct. 1". Among some of the leaders who will go to Israel are Dr. Irving Lehrman. Judge Irving Cypen. Leon J. Ell. Johann Berman. Dr. Zev Kogan, Peter V. Heller, and many others. The Me Ami project, named after Greater Miami, will cost about $5,000,000. of which some $1,000. 000 has already been raised When completed it will have schools. parks, playgrounds, utilities and housing accommodal ons I ir upward il ["he J • v eil of Greater M 'res %  Shown with Capt. Leo Gardner, of El Al Israel Airlines, before deposing for Israel on Oct. 23 are left to right (in photo above) Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Henry Penchansky, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman. Judge and Mrs. Irving Cypen, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Johan L. Berman, Mr. and Mrs. Gershon Miller. Below (left to right) are Mrs. May Berg, Mrs. Betty I. Gingiss, Mrs. Clara Tcger, Mrs. Ethel Heraog, Mrs. Kate Goldmeer. Mrs. Fanny Liebman. Rear are Zev W. Kogan, Bernard Silver, Sam Schachno, and Max Roisman. The group will stop in Rome en route to Israel. On the return trip, stops will be made in Zurich and Paris. Travelers constitute a "Dedication Caravan" for the groundbreaking of Me Ami, twin city of Greater Miami, to be erected in Israel as a project of the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Nazis Charged With Killing 20,000 FRANKFURT — (JTAi The arrest and scheduling of early trials for four Nazi criminals, charged with killing 20.000 Jews in Nazi occupied Byelorussian city oi Pinsk durii:i; World War II. was announced here by Prosecutor Hem/ Wolff. The men were arrested at the request of the Central Office for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Ludwigsburg The four men were either members if Nazi Police Battalion 306 ittached to the SS Security Service ;n the Pinsk area. Three of them were public officials. They are Heir.rich Plantius, 47, a police chief Inspector in Frankfort; Joseph Kuhr, 46, also a police inspector in that city; and Rudolf Eckert. a simCollege Course on TV "The American new college credit tele began Tuesday. 6:30 a m on VVTVJ ch. 4. The Mon lay through •College of the Air" com repeated each day from 7 | p.m., on the educational tele station, WTHS, ch 2. via tape. Credit will he available through the Evening Divis the University of Miami. ;,, County Junior College, and thi ior College of Broward Count) Miami Exec At Insurance Meet Stanley K Rosen %  xg il the Henrj Weiss Agency, Miami, at tended the Berkshire Life Insurance Company club meetings at Chateau I.aurier in Ottowa, Can., from Oct. 1 to b\ Rosenberg was selected to attend the meetings on the basis of I his "out.-.tanding sales and service record during the preceding year." Rosenberg is a qualified member of the Triangle Club. Members participated in sessions designed to increase their knowledge jf life Insurance and to better equip them to help their clients solve personal and business insurance problems Variety Hospitals Plans on Board Final working drawings for rip new additon to Variety Children's Hospital in Miami will be com pleted this month, accorling to William A. Taylor, hospital admin Istrator. Plans call fur an expanl ad outpatient department as a completely ::e\\ surgii il and post-operative rccovi Architects are Mon %  and Li bn i thi hospitals : i S36 i pr vide 19 ncluding dental ind throat, ind speech tl i i| able to service abo it 3 patients annually. The surgical suite wj|] several "firsts" in children pital design, including an oversized operating room especially equipped for open heart surgery, and for other complicated surgical procedures new to the field of pediatrics. Two other major operating rooms are also provided in the architectural plans. "Our overall aim.' says LapiJus. "has been to create an attractive structure symbolizing pre chJkm while retaining the fpHin. af warmth implied in service to humanity." urn -. 1*1 %. J 4 ilar police official in Hamburg The fourth man, Adolf Peteh, 57, is a worker in Buedingen. The prosecutor said that Petch already had confessed that he personally "shot with his own hand between 6,000 and 7,000 Jews The prosecutor said that in 1942 on orders of Gestapo chief Hem rich Himmler, about 20,000 Jews were marched from the Pinsk Ghetto to a spot several miles away where they were all killed The arrests came as .1 4re.1t surprise to local authorities who had not been aware of the intensive in vestigations which had been underway for some time in this area on the Nazi re< ir Iil the I ir le Posi-Yom Kippur Dance \ \ %  M01 %  %  1 %  %  %  ': admiss •. purise i for the High Holi Have that luslnesa Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion YouK find complete facilities to exactly lotltfy your needs In the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade ar>4 Ruboiyat Rooms, be H for • wedding or a private parfyl flee Information* HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRCCTOe JE 1-6061 Mth St. • Collln e n* have a truly luxurious wedding | fashion show I I banquet •f (fee •xcitmg .Seville Matchless facilities, experienced management, expert staff-all to serve you for much less than you could imagine. 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Fcge 4-A •fJenist rkrkttan Friday. Cclober 12. 1962 "iJewisli Floridian i CFHCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 Fr-ET K. SHOCHET Editor end Publisher LIC MINDLIN Executive Editor BELMA M. THOMPSON Ass!. toPublisher Published every Friday lnc 1?I7 by The Jewish FkndlfcO at 120 N I" fixth Street. Miami :. Florida. Si-conu -Class Tostase Paid at Miami. Florida. T*t Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and -e Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphio Aft"cy. Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwid* News B' r. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of E"B sh.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. PI KaahrutlJ ISRAEL BUREAU Sh< raton Hotel — T F.-.V U, BINDER C sjw ndent %  !" U6SCRiPTION RATES: Local Area T-e Vear !£ 00 Three Years fC 00 Out of Town Loon Request Volume 35 Number 41 .October 12, 1962 14 Tishri 5723 The Meaning Of Sukkoth' According to tradition, the esreg represents the hecr: OJ The lulav denotes his will. These in essence, are the syml ols ot the Jewish Festival :: Sukkoth which follows on the ..eeis oi P.osh Hashona and Yom Kippur, end which Jews throughout the world will celebrate this weekend Sukkoth is both a Festival oi ring end a period for istorical remembrance. It commorates the wandering of the rient Israelites in their journey to the Promised Land. It expresses Jewry's gratitude ioi deliverance. Thus on Sukkoth. it is tradial for Jews to erect a Sukkah cm open booth decorated with foliage—to mark the temporary dwellings in which they lived • ing their wanderings in the wilderness. But the esrog and lulav jointly symbolize the essential substance of Judaism through the cges — the Jew's spiritual belief and his indomitable will to identify with his tradition in %  he face of constant harrassment. This union of personal conscience and the right to self-determination is the basic ingredient of all free men — a union toward which many people in the world still aspire today. Sukkoth thus serves to remind us that Jews have been a free people since the dawn of their history despite the afflictions they have suffered in the name of Judaism. Our New Commissioner Sworn into office. Sidney Aronovitz is now a nil '.-fledged member of the Miami city commission. This is his first public position, and we wish Mr. Aronovitz well. Kis many identifications in a variety of cultural and philanthropic organisations .-.i an officer and an active member. y reflect the new appointee's devoted unity consciousness. e youthful city commissioner has c fine in this endeavoi that elites his years. In taking up the duties of hia new :espon%  %  :' Mr. A: ;rr.es a role in Miami B fashioned by another Aronovitz, :.-.


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[Friday. October 12. 1962 *Jmi$i> nortdttaun Page 3-B Cedars Women Set for 4th Anniversary Founders' Party at Dupont Monday The four-year service saga of Cedars of Lebanon's Auxiliary began the day the first spadeful of earth was turned at the site of the former Miami Country Club on Oct. 14. 1958. From that time onward, their ranks have increased to nearly 700 members, the S4 million nonsectarian hospital they dreamed of has been built. At a meeting of the fourth anniversary reception committee this week, president. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, recalled some of the Auxiliary highlights which will be dramatized at the founders' celebration social n Moi : ;it the Dupont Plaza h Chairman of the ;ala fui Mrs. Doran Zinner, of i u r a i Gabli Firs) charter mem %  % %  re offered on June l. 1958 and a founders' coff< n Oct. 14 of that year officially launching the fledgling group <>!' 80 women on their task of volunteer aid. Beth ~avid Sisterhood will have a luncheon meeting next Wednesday. "Around the World with Sisterhood" will be the theme of a musical program. "French Scene," will be preserved by (left to right) Mrs. Daniel Jaffe, Mrs. Edward Syrop. and Mrs. Jack Hopkins. Meeting will be in Spector Hal! of Beth David. |RT Women Will ee Fashion Show Woi i's American ORT mem ITS and friends attending a lunchei r at the Deauville hotel on Wednesday, Oct. 17. at 12 noon till b treated t) an exclusive fashion -now. Modeled by ORT members, the fashion! were made and designed by Stuaents in ORT vocational training schools in many parts of the W01 Peopl" who have never known comfur' who come from the barest of ghettos, designed these most luxurious clothes—a tribute to )RT training techniques. Hatand accessories are by Jordan-Marsh, with commentary b> Mrs Howard Dunn, and music %  by Mrs. Syd Hoff. Dr. Irving Lehrman, of Temple Rmanu-El, Iwill giv the invocation, and na[tmn.-il ; rogram chairman, Mrs. A. I' y Stahl, will be speaker. Mrs. Stahl has traveled to ORT Bnstalhit ns all over the world and jhisp en to ORT groups in Can|a^<^^^^^^^^^A^^'^^ I ^''*^ VMV 11 *^ GRAND OPENING Chen's Delicatessen and Sandwich Shop TAKE OUT SPECIALS MANISCHEWITZ BORSC -25 c qt. NOW OPEN Baked Goodies made especially for CHERJ'S Gourmet Foods I Catered Platters 380 ANDALUSIA (ne>to th-e r-e* Publix) Phone 443-3254 for FREE DELIVERY pkg. Breakstone Cottage Cheese HOME MADE SALADS Potato ^A Cole Slaw M %M Macaroni Mm m c ib. S N. Y. Kosher Franks Griddie Knockwurst Special Franks 69 c Ib. rnfF 4-0i. pkg. of Temtee Whipped rKCC Cream Cheese with Mb. S)c Film of Israel Available Free By Special Report Program chairmen arranging meetings for the coming season will be interested in a film recorded ind photographed in full color in Israel. The picture, "Holidays in Israel." has been shown some 1,000 times to Jewish clubs, sisterhoods, and chapters of national organizations all over the United States. Canada and the Panama Canal Zone, and is hailed as an artistic triumph, filled with Jewish spirit and the enthusiasm of the people of the State of Israel. "Holidays in Israel depicts the celebration of Passover and Shavuot in Israel, highlighting the ancient festival customs, many of which are like those in America, and some of which are unique to Israelis. Seen with the ceremonial observance and the national celebration are color shots of the land itself, as well as of the people. The young people, especially the beautiful children, steal the show. "Holidays in Israel" is a 28-minute picture, non-commercial, although it is made available to Jewish organizations by a leading American food company. All that any program committee need do is to provide a screen, a projector wired for sound, return postage on the reel of film, and somebody to run the machine. The rest is free. Program chairmen may write for details and open dates to Film Dep't., H. J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box 57, Pittsburgh 30, Pa., mentioning that they saw the offer in The Jewish Floridian. A French flavored fashion show in January, 1959, helped to accent the big drive for campaign leaders, and was a fitting prelude to the groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 8. 1959. and the inaugural hall which followed a week afterwards. In November, 1960. the Auxiliary was tho recipient of an award from ch. ID television for "outstanding community service." Their Life Guardians Luncheon in May, 1961 set new standar %  : philanthropy, adopting a pled S100.0OD I y the Auxiliary to the construction program. The ice Train in O • %  %  ': Da\ schii %  ; %  luxiliary's Gifl Lun N SI proved to be another iandm irk in the exciting h • if the Auxiliary. It precede official dedication and openii the hospital doors by nine da\<. Some 5,000 persons were on hand Nov. 19, 1961, when the Greater Miami community officially welcomed Cedars of Lebanon as the newest addition to the Metropolitan Medical and Civic Center. The Auxiliary has since been cited by local newspapers on two MBS. DCRAN Z'NNW r their < partic ; raisin? • ers' fl Mati rnit; the nam f i] i the -;K it .: the artistic "Tree of Lii morial. They have filled the pages of the bronze Book of Healing which can be seen standing in. the Cedars main lobby. '"As we face our fifth year, we jour confident of the future," said i Mrs. Levin. "We have every intention of fulfilling our second pledge of $125,000 to move our I hospital ahead. The work must begin soon, because the need for beds is critical." Academy Women Sukkoth Meeting A Sukkoth coffee meeting will initiate the newly-formed Hebrew Academy Women's journal steering committee. The function will be held in the traditional Sukkah at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Moskovits, 3054 No. Bay rd.. on Wednesday at 10 a.m. According to Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, this is the annual journal kick-off. which officially inaugurates the journal project. Miss Sue Berkowitz. journal chairman, said this year's journal will be a dedication edition. I | Wei MRS. DEMETRY Known Coral Gables 4 i Seam< % % stress formerly on Giralda Avenue I EXPERT AITERATIONS J 3660 SW 23rd Terrace HI 3-1211 } D + =^? J he j^alms CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care of the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. • Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff • Spacious, garden-like grounds • Moderate rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMUEL E. REDFEARN, Administrator. 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. Wi 5-7631 Miami 61, Florida



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Page 12-A >Jewist FIcridTfor Friday, October 12. 1962 Sukkoth Observance Opens at Sabbath Services Continued from Page 2-A ture a sermon on Sukkoth—Period of Joy and Contemplation."' Mincha both days is at 5:30 p.m. "The Joy cf Beginning" will be the sermon by Rabbi Herbert Baurrrgarti at Temple Beth Am, 5950 No Kendall dr.. on Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Sukkoth service will feature a special consecration ceremony, honoring all new students of the religious school. Cantor Charles S. Kodner will render the musical portions cf the liturgy. Sukkoth services Saturday morning are at 10 a.m. Sermon will be ""The Essence of Religion."' At Temple Menorah, 620 75th St., Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate and Cantor Edward Klein will render the liturgy tor Sukkoth services Friday al 5:45 p.m Saturday mon ii r\ ices are at H .. ii:. Sen ices the second day %  ii Sukkoth will be Sunday at !> a.m. Ral bi Abi amowitz will ireach >:: both days. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro \^:ii Officiate al Beth David Congregation. L'(i25 SW 3r i ave., on Friday at 5.45 pin. Sukkoth services Saturday will be at ;> a.m. Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Khne. will become Bar Mitzvah. Cantor William Lipson will render the musical portions cf the litUshers Listed urgy. Services Sunday, the second day of Sukkoth. will begin at 9 a.m. Mincha both days of the holiday is at 5:45 p.m. Annual Sukkoth services at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase ave.. Hill be conducted by Rabbi Leon •vronish. with Cantor David Conviser chanting the musical portions of the porgrams. Friday evening services at 8:15 p.m.. will be followed by an Oneg Shabbat in the Sukkah hosted by the Sisterhood. Children's harvest Sukkoth festival will be held on Saturday morning at 10:45 a.m. Beth Tcrah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd., will start Sukkoth services on Friday at 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday schedOur Big Task is to Bring A Divine Message to Man At Beth Am Ben Clein. chairman of the religious committee, and Joseph Masters, chairman of the High Holy Days, has announced the following members who served as ushers for the Yom Kippur services at Temple Beth Am this week: Morris Arkin. Robert Bender. Atyer Brilliant. Murray Dubbin. Jack Dulberg. Marshall Feuer. Ivan Fisher. Dr. Daniel Franco, David Frank, Robert Friedman. Melvin Frumkes. Bernard Landers. Also Irving Lax. Harold Levinson. Alfred Lewi.-. Nathan Newman. Morton Orfoaeh. Alex Reikin. Howard Schwartz. Gerald Schwartz. Nathan Seldtich, Sam Stark. Marvin Stein, Samuel Steen, i nd Kdward Stern. Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for Surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Congregation Beth El The season for the Sukkah, the booth, which is erected and entered into on the holiday of Sukkoth, stems from the verse in Leviticus, 'For caused the children of Israel to dwell in booths when I brought them out of the land of Egypi Two views ol thi~ are expressed in the Talmud. One view is that "the Jews literally dwell in booth" The other view is that "the Jews dwelt under a Divine Cloud." These two opinions represent two approaches to Judaism. One approach is an historical one. That is, we dwell in the Sukkah because our fathers did SO. The second ap"roirh is a religious one. We dwell in the Sukkah because it represents the Divine Cloud. It is God's desire that we observe the Mitzvah of the Sukkah. The former approach is good only if accompanied by the latter For if Judaism does not rest upon the secure foundations of religious obligations, it leans precariously upon the shifting sands of sentimentality We see far too much of this in our day. Many have rejected all forms of religious commitment, and retained only the "Jewish flavor." They relish and feel an attachment to the "gefilte fish" and all the other tasty morsels which Mama used to make. It is this which commands their love and loyalty. They have boiled down the ""Essence"" of •"Judaism" to the "Essen" of Judaism. We give far too much concern for "Jewish" humor, "Jewish" records. "Jewish" cuisine, and many other side dishes, while Jewish religion, the main course, has been completely overlooked. Not for this were we "chosen." We were not charged at Mt. Sinai 10 deliver recipes or jokes to mankind. We were "chosen" to bring a divine message to the world and to cultivate a higher sense Of moral responsibility in the hearts of men. This sacred charge can nol fulfilled merely by sentiment, but rather through religi igh passionate committment to the highest principles faith] May this sacred season stimulate us to inci loj ilty I I %  religious obligations of Judaism, thus str mgthening th %  spii ir lives RABBI SOLOMON SCHIff divine menage ule is the same beginning with Shachrifl at 8:45 a.m.. sermon at |10:30 a.m.. and Mincha at 5:30 p.m. During Saturday morning services, Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz and Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Scott, son of Dr. a"hd Mrs Marvin Choos. Kiddush in the Sukkah will follow services which start on Friday. 6 p.m., in Beth Kodesh, 1101 SW 12th ave. Services on Saturday and Sunday morning will bein at 8:45 a.m.. and Rabbi Max Shapiro's theme for both days will be "Power to Remember.'" Cantor Fred Bernstein will chant the liturgical portions of the services. Rabbi Jonah E. C a pi an will -peak on "How Safe is my Home?" ::t Friday evening services ushering in Sukkoth at Temple Ad*th Yeshurun, 1025 NE Miami GarSaturday service iat 9 a.m %  ith Mincha al S 30 p m Sund edule is the same, with bi Caplan's m< rning set F ir Types ol People." ran tor Morr !'• %  r er will chant the liturgj Sukkoth services at Temple Ner Tamid, 79th BI and Carlyle Bve start on Fridaj evening at *> p.m All services will be conducted bj Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Cantor Saul II. Breeh. Saturday and Sunday morning services are scheduled for 8 45 a.m., with the si rmon topic en the fir.-t day "The Clouds of dor) Symbol of the Sukkoth and on the second day. "The Lulav—Image of Man." Following each service a Kiddush sponsored by the Sisterhood will be served in the Sukkah. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman will conduct Sukkoth services at Beth Israel, 4000 Prairie ave. Friday evening services are scheduled for 5:40 p.m with Saturday and Sunday morning called at 9 a.m. Sermon topic the first day will be "The Sancity of the Synagogue." "Raising Esrogim in Miami Beach" will be Rabbi Rottman's sermon on the second day. Ever. ing services will be at 5:10 and 5 40 p m Saturday and Sunday, Weekend services at Beth Jacob, 301-11 Washington ave. will begin Fri laj evening al 5:45 p m. Rabbi rn's Saturday m< sermoi %  % %  n ices to begin at Ti irs ol Joy : -•:•. m< rning al .ii; %  A Sukkah will ,be available for members Cantor || Maurice Mamches will chant th, liturgical portion of all servicej during Sukkoth. Kneseth Israel, 1415 K will hold services over the weekend, with Rabbi David Lehrfield : officiating and Cantor Ahraham I Seif chanting the musical of all programs. Fndav evening •ei vices are slated for 5 ,:i jj rn ; and Saturday morning al 8 30 a ni Sermon topic will be Glory." and evening servici will be at 5:30 p.m. Sukkoth sermon on Sunday, services starting ,i g-3o I a.m.. will be "Symphonv if th, Lulav." Sinai Plans for Fire Prevention Samuel Gertner, executive di rector of Mt. Sinai Hospital, has announced thai a special program was to be held for all errfployeeol the hospital this Thursday and Friday during National lire Prevention Week to demonstrate the latest in hospital fire prevention and safety measures. CARIBBEAN MARBLE COMPANY EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP FOR STAR GRANITE We specialiie in building Jewish Monuments Our work is Guaranteed. MARKERS s 30 rit'i %  •• Includes Name, Date and Delivery tj Cemetery ON 3-DAYS NOTICE CARIBBEAN MARBLE CO., INC. 7232 SW 42nd Street MO 1-4055 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's larqest & Oldest Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Whilesalc & Retail ISRAEL' GlfTS A-1D NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. It 1-9017 The progi tituted with the cooperation ol the Miami Beach Fire Department, will include, in addition to routine drill procedure, a demonstration of the latest fire equipment and the proper methods of usage All Ml Sinai personnel will also view an educational film supplied by the Fire Department entitled 'Fire in Your Hospital. "Although Mt. Sinai Hospital is considered a fire-proof institution, and in planning the new building great emphasis was placed on the reduction of most fire hazards, the board of trustees still strongly advocates a fire prevention policj aoutlined during National Fire Prevention Week. said Gertner. 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Friday. October 12. 1962 *eeW#> normffor) Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA, IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN PROLATE, No. 62C 10486 [OSEt'H FRANK LAVARONH Plaintiff. %  lENEVIEVE ANN IAVARONF. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBL CATION GENEV1EVE INNI WAltoNE Defendant Tl ("hast Street TIVI*U NK.V J*r*e ~y..r ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thmt i I'omplalnt for Divorce has been I against you, and you are re( irej i" berve B cop; if tor ..nau.v ,: %  pleading to the complaint on the > ilntlff't ntlnrneva C \ | n l v v toTHENRERO, SOS Bis ivne Build, ; Miami 32. Florida, ind file the ir.glnal Answer <" pleading in the ,•1 re "I the Clerk if the Circuit • t on or before the 2:'th ua> ol • iher, 1961. if you full to ii*> *o. i Decree Pro tfesao "Hi be entered igalnst you or the relief demaa le) In the con* i .tint. DATED this 2Gth -lay of September. E. B. I.KA rHERM \N Clerk of the Circuit Court ,-..!> By: C. P COPBLAND I *eputy I'II-I k AIDIN & ROTHENBBR : ^•irneyi for Plaintiff 3-. ilBca) n# Bull ling M ami :!-, Florid.i : I, 10/5-12-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE F.tVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1017* IK WILLIAMSBURGH SAVINGS lAN'K, Plaintiff, \ p. •:HNON W. GRIFFIN intl "LARICE I PIN. his wife : lefendanta, VERNON VV '.K n-'IN' ml CLARICE 0RIFFIN his wife, leal '• nee 'nknown i I ienerai Delivery, Denvt*r, ilorado, and .'l i art leg i I ilmln : ij. through, under or agalnsl the tbove named defendants, If alive >r If dead, their unknown he -. devisees* grantei s, I eg a i islgnees, lienors. creditors, istees and all parties having >r claiming to have any ri-ht. title Or interest iti tli" property herein described. You are hereby notified that the '•\e captioned ictlon has been in%  tuted against you m the Circuit • art of the ELEVENTH Judicial lit of Florida in ind for DADE iinty t.i foreclose i n irtgage upon • following described real property: Lot l, Block 97, THlKD ADDITION To CAROL CITY, acco-dlng t.i the %  :.t thereof, recorded In Plat Book to u Page :•' %  %  of the Public Records ,.i I >ade • 'ountj. Florid i You ar. required to file your aner to plaintiffs complaint with the Jerk of aforesaid Court, ind serve %  ;.\ thereof upon plaintiff* attorney ARTIN" FINE, Hth Floor Dade leral Building, Miami 32, Florida, • later than October 22, 1 .62 or a Pro Confesso Will be entered linst \ • >u. %  i-.-.i isth day of September, 1362. K B. LEATHBRM \N. Clerk of HiCircuit Court -ill Bj : K. M I.YV i\ Deputy Clerk VRTIN FINE • irney for Plaintiff Floor 1 lade Federal Bl lg., I inn K. Florida • •28, 10/5-12 |N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57102 RE Estate of IACOH CHARLES E '-TEIN I leceasa I NOTICE TO CREDITORS \u Creditors ind All Persona HavClaims "r Demand^ Vgainst Bald i *. p ou an hereby notified and re%  red to pri -.-i %  : and degids which you maj have against estate of JACOB "H MILKS EPr.'i\ deceased late of Dade County. Irlila, t.. ih. i-1 inty i i Iges of Dade unty. and file the. tune in their in the "o intj Courthouse in Je Coumty, Florida, within six cat* months from the d ite of the i' publication here >l ir the same be b in. d. A kRoN M. KANNER ft UKIRGE M SI ".< INS INNER fi KANNER lorneya Security Trust Bldg. (ml 32, Florida %  :.. 10 5-11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW •TICK is HEREBY OIVEN that undersigned, desiring t engage in linens under the fictitious name of '.V. CLINIC ii 907 N \V 2nd |nue, Miami, Florida intends to ster said name with the Clerk of %  'ii cult Court of n i i %  "unity. i la THEODORE B, LAZARUS (Ail %  rwne fSI.KR & UAR8 %  lej %  for Appllc ml S.W 1st Street 9/21-28, 1 Ml THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 52584-A (Olanton) E Estate ol LE ,l( IRUEN PI IULSEN le. eased. TlCE OF INTENTION TO MAKE LICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE TICE Is hereby given that I filed my Fin. a Report m.i Peti' tor Distribution and Final Disks BI Executrix ol -tate jf Joi gen Poulsen, deceased: anil "i the 22nd 11> if > iber, IMS. apply to the Honorable County •s iii Dade I' tunty, i" n Ida, for >val of said Final Eteuorl and for '' itlon and fin ii discharge as llrix Of the estate Of the dbOVI I d( edent, This tlth day of imber, 1962 •AURA INQEBOH i AH LENS 1 : vIN I, WIENER, %  ; .-|. ney Insley Building i SI, Fla. 9/21 -2^. 10/5-12 rMy£N LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 File AA-20918 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that I Martin Horgenstern, holder of County i Tax Sale Certificate No, 8487 issued the 1st day of June. A I >. I960, has filed same in my office, ami has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon, said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Dade. State of Florida, towit: Lot 15 Peacocks He-Sub Lots %  • 2 • :i Btk Hi lint TtrtOk Paw 1*1 in the County of Had.. Slate of Florida. The assessment of said property undei the snid certificate was in the name of Ethel L Lewis, I'nLvss said certificate shall be redi emed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Curt House door on the first Monday in the month of November. 1IIS2, whleh is the r.th day of November. 1962. Dated this 86th day of September, 1962. B. B. 1.EATHHUMAN. Cl.rk of Circuit Court. Dade (seal) County. Florida By It. M. LEEPER, Deputy Clerk M/5-12-19-26 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! Jewi sf fkiridliari solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate serVlcrttr tfcgal rates ... Dial FR 3-465 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE "And now, we'll vote on Israel's resolution that there be erected a Sukkah on top of the United Nations Building." Copr. 1962, Dayenu Production! LEGAL NOTICE I NOTICIE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to enwa*ce in business un lei the fictitious name of THE Itl'i M DEPARTMENT STORE at Hade County, Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit "in of Dade county, Florida SEAR i.\lil> OENBRAL CORP. v, I lei i ware Corp.) Sol* w tier /28—10/6, 12, 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to emtage in i busin— under the fictitious name of QOLD COAST SEAFOODS at 327 NW lii'tth Street Miami. Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida RISE IMLPSTE1N IACK D'AMATO QEOROE, AMES & BITTER Alt imev.s f ir tlold Coast Seafoods 9/28—10/... 12, 19 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that th.. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of PREFERRED REALTY at 9....0 Bay Harbor Terrace. Bay Harbor Island, Miami Beach ".4, Fla., Intends to register *id n.imwith the clerk of the ,•_ it r„i'i .f Dade County. Florida. BRET C1PES & SELMA CIPF.S, Partners 9/28—10/5. 12. 19 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51226 IN RE: Estate of SAN DOR P.M.IN. I leceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereb) given thai I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Ids. ham. an Executor of the estate of Randor Palln, deceased: and that on the 1st day of November, lsi.:'. will apply to th.Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida. f>>r approval of said I'm.ii Repccl and for distribution and final discharge as Executor of the estate of tb,above-named decedenl This 21st day of September, 1962. MILTON R. MANNHEIMER Executor KOVNKR MANNHEIMER Attorney 42n Lincoln Road Miami Reach. Florida a a i" '.. 12. i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business unler the fictitious name of TERRY KBt PERSONNEL at 1900 Building, North Miami Beach. FlorI ia mi .nda to r -glster said name with the Clerk Of the Circuit Court of Dade %  tountj Floi id i TERESA OOULDEN Sole Owner ^ 10/5-12 -13-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ (TICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned. le-irinK to engage In business under the fictitious name Of REVEAL, COMPANY it 217a Bay Drive, Miami Beach 41 Florida In.-•ilto register nald nmie with the Merk of the Circuit Court of Dade i 'ounti Fl irlda I.!. >YI> M. LeBOFF Sole owner ; %  irii ,v Albert y II .. • II Vppllcant ,4 2 W Flagler Street w/6 u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the ;:I.I •--•;!•-I leslrlng to engage In the fictitious name of MAR 'SKY PLAQUES at 9810 s vv | itti i • %  r ice, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk ol the Cti nit Court of Dado Co inty, Flo : i ...... NORAH M WOOTEN • y | w.KV A. COMI'TON MARTIN BUDNICK v .... \ i nits ,.I vlnslej Bull lin IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 51142 IN RE: Estate of LOUIS MEYERS, Deceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is hereoj given that l have final a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Executor of the estate of I-ouis Me) ers, deceased: and that on the 1st day Of November. ls2. will apply to the Honorable County Judges of Dade County. Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Executor of the estate of the above-named .t. ...l.-nt. This 21sl day of September. 1S2. MILTON It. MANNHEIMER Executor KOVNER MANN UK IMF R Attorney 420 Lincoln Road Miami RetR'h. Florida 9 98 M 5, 12. IH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C10361 THE WILLIAMSBI'RflH SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57210C IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN MILLER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Person 1 Having claims or Demands Agalnsl Said Estate: You ar.hereby notified ami rei quired to preseni any claims and le' mantis which you may have agalnsl the estate of K.-njaiiiin Miller deceased late of Dade County, Florida to tiiCounty .indues of Dade* County, ami file the same In duplicate and I as provided in Section 783.K>. Florida I Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County. i Florida, within six calendar months ; from the time of the firs! oublication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Miami. Horlda, iiii1st da of i Ktoli.-r. A I 1962. LEON A EPSTEIN An Executor First publication of 'his notice on tli. :,tli day of October, 1962, LEON A. EPSTEIN I Attorney for Executor 120 Lincoln ltd M B Fla 10/S -12-19-'.' %  : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57201-C IN RE: Estate of HARRY ROTHMAN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hu\ big claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and Mquired to preseni any cb>nis nn-\ demands which you may have against th. estate of HARRY ROTHMAN deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Had.County, and file i lie same In their offices In the County Courthouse In Had. County, Florida, wiiliin -i\ calendai months from the date of the first publication hereof, oi the same will be barred. LEONARD E, II. ROTHMAN Executor WEINKLE .v KFSSl.Ei; Attorney > 814 Seybold Building Miami 82, Florida lU'5-12-1',1-2'1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 57008-B IN P.E: Estate of ROBERT M STEWART, l leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS | To All Creditors and All Persona Ha> Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl said Estate: You are herebj notified and re[quired to preseni any claims and demands which you maj hav* agalnsl the estate of ROBERT M. STEWART deceased late of Dade county. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the game in th. ir offices in the County Courthousi In Dade County, Florida, within si\ ..iiIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57222B IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN Ji.SSKM 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and ie • quired to present any claims and demand* which you may hue agalnat the .stale of BENJAMIN JIISSKM deceased late of DADE County, Florida, to th.County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16. Florida statutes. In their offices In the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same win be barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 87th day of September, A.D. 1962, HENRIETTA J< ISSEM As Executrix BYRi IN I. SPARBER Attorne) for Executrix 42H Lincoln i:.i.. Miami Beach, Fla 10/5-1219-36 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID lOBATE No. 87142A _*I IN RE: Esta. I.F< IN R. BELMONT, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Damages Again Said Bstata You are hereby notified and required to pr.s.nt any claims and demands which you may bay. against the estate 'f LEON R BELMONT deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dad.County, and file the same in duplicate and as provio.-.l in Section 7:'.:',.l.i. Fh rida Statutes, In th. ir offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, yviihln six calendar months from the timof the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24 lay ot September, A.D. 1!>2 MARION B BELMONT As Executrix KOVNER A. MANNHEIMER Attorn, y f.. r Executrix CO Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida ^ 3 2<—1" i, 12. 19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C-10181 MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a United States corporation. Plaintiff, .' 81-88, 10/S-tl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that %  i... ,i, lei ir -l deslrliw to engage in business -jnd3r the fictitious names of ...... r.l;\ UKOAN SVUD10 Of MIAMI, DADE PIANO STORES at 3636 W FI.'IM Miami. Florida intends to register -ill names with Che Clerk ,f t he i >ull '.art >f Dade County, i' I DADE Ml 'sic CO., INC. a i-'ioi i i corporation S ile owner .1 DAVID UBBMAN Attor „.j M.:„-.n, ^ u NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N (TICE is HEREBY OIVEN 'hat the undersigned, leslrlng to engage In business under the fictitious name of UNITED SUNDBY SUPPLY at 2M0 Keystone Boulevard, North Miami, Florida Intend t > register sal I mime he clerk ol the Circuit Court of ountj. %  orlds ALLAN fJADOL MO IRIS OADOL IADOL Sole Owi n 9/21-28, 10 i 11 IVAL JACK Ti IOTIIMAN. a single man. and JUDY I.KE TOOTHMAN, a single woman Defendants. TO: JUDY LEE TOOTHMAN, a single woman 1616 Clialiiieni'a Blvd., Apt No. 1 MI Sevbold Building North Hollywood, California Miami 32, Florida You ar.hereby notified thai the' endar months from thi dat< first publication hereof, or thi will Be barred. JEROME H. WEINKLE Executoi W EIN KI. E ,v K ES8LER Attorneys if tb. sani. hereby above captioned action has been insti. tute.l against you in the Circuit C t I of the Eleventh Judicial circuit of I Florida in and for Dad. Cunty to foreClose a morts;ag upon ihfollowing described real property: l^.t 2R Block JS. ci'TI.ER I!IIH;E SECTION FIVE, acconllng to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plal Book ". i Page 66 of the Public Records i County, Florida, together with Porch, L-amp Post W Switch at House, Wclbilt B/In Oven St Range r.in r,3 Tub and shower Enclosure, Venetian Blinds. Range II I W Exh Fan. Hot Water Heater. Cone Clothes Poles, Cone Garbage Bin W Can You are required to file you* answer to plaintiffs complain 1 with the Clerk ot' the aforesaid Coin:, and serve fl couv thereof upon plaintiff's attorney. MARTIN FINK 14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami '•'-'. Florida not later than October !9th, 1962, or a lie, lee 1 'I'll Collf. S-o will I Ilt-I'd agalnsl you. Dated: Sepi 26. 1962. K I'.. LEATHERMAN cierk of the Circuit Court By c. P. COPELAND Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINK Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Floor Dade Federal Bldg. Miami :',2, Florida 9 28 10 :.. 12, ]* in 5-12-19-26 Yi a C the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that: the undersigned, desiring to engage In | business under the fictitious name of iseal) RELIANCE EXCHANGE al 1SS8 N vv 54th St., Miami intends to register siid name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ..r Dole County. Florid.,. ANDRE MEUNIBR 9 21-2s, in 5-12 • N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10031 EDMUND MAROIEWICZ and SYI.YI \ M VRi 1IEW1CZ, Plaintiffs, f Dade vs. Sen en ; KAB1. I'. BERRINiiER and ELIZABETH .1 BERRINOER, his wlfi I lefendanta NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl l: EUZABETH J BERRINi IER Resldi n%  unh now I' ARE HEREBY N< ITIF1EI' thai implalm to Forech< Morts gi oi following, lies. ill-. d pi,]., I\ Lot is. Block 14, WEST WOOD I.AK K. a subdni :. :. cording i" the I 'Un Hi. reof, I • cord* d Ii Plal Book "iT. at Pssge 29, ol tb.Public Records of Dadi County, Florida; has been filed agalnsl you, and you art required lo servi .. copj • %  ( youi Vi IWI Pleading Ii thi %  < nyplalnt on Plaintiffs' at tome j II ROBERT KOLTNOW, lli Rlscayne Building. Miami. Florida, and nl. the original Answer or Pleading In th< offlci of the cierk of the Circuit Court on or befoi •• the --'ml da, nl i >. : bi i If you fail to do -.. Judgemenl by default will be taken against you tor inRellel demanded In thi Complaint DATED AT MIAMI. Dade County, Florida, this 17th ,la\ of September, 1962. K B I. KATII EKMAN. C1< r if "ir. nit Court Dade County, H ."Ids Bj c. p II (PELA> J I leputj i "l.-i k H ROBERT Kol.l'Ni '\Y Attorney for Plaintiff 1 1 06 Biscaj ne Building Miami, Florida 9/21-28. 10/5-12 JODY HERRMANN, et al 1 Defendant*. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JODY HERMANN and RICHARD HERMANN, her husband YOU ARE HEREBY notified that suit lias been filed In the above sty lei 'Court to foreclose thai certain mortgage given by c, KEEN THISTLE, INC., to MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, dated March 13. 1967, recorded .March 14. 1957 undei Clerk's File No. GO-4412a, .^ the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, against the following described property, lying and being in Dad. County, Florida. %  tO-wll: I...i | in Block :::. of IVES ESTATES SECTION t. according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Flat Book 60 at Page 79 of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. You are required to serve copy of your answer or pleading on the Plaintiffs attorneys, Meyer, Weiss, Rosen & Rose. 1T Lincoln Road. M I a in i Beach, Mori.la, and file the original answer in the Office of the Clerk of the circuit Conn on oi before the 6th da) of November, 1962: otherwise ih.allegations of said Complaint will be taken as confessed by you Dated at Miami. Dad.County. Florida, tin3rd da> ol I ii tobei. 1962, E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk (seall Bj I. SNEEDEN Deputy Plei k 10/5-12-19-21 N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57170B IN RE: Estate of JACOB BERNSTEIN, also known an J \ci< BERNSTEIN, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons lli\ ling Claims or Demands Against Said Kslal. You are herebv notified I required to preseni any claims and demands which you max ha\e against Hie .-t.it. ol JACOB BERNSTEIN, also kie.wn as JACK BERNSTEIN deceased late of Da,i.county. Florida, t. the County Judges of Dade Cunty, and file the same in duplicate an.i as provided in Section 7SS.16, Florida statutes, in their offices m ilo County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida Within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, oi the same w in be barred Dated al Miami, Florida, this 87th day ol s.-pt. mli. r, A.D 1962 FANNIE BERNSTEIN As Executrix Frlsl publication ol this notl a the -~'ili day of October, 1962 Myers, Hel n, Kaplan .<• Catsman i Attorneys for Executrix 1150 ."•' W, 1st Street -12-19-26



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iday, October 12, 1962 h**!** fk>rHfr*r Page 11-B own Hal! Forum Slated to Open Here ifli Dorothy Stickney Presentation Jporcth; Stickney, noted Amer|a;i actiess who scored a triumph ,.y in "A Lovely Light," [..„_.. her three-act dramatization lh, | .. of Edna St. Vincent Mil[, .-, next Tuesday, the first ,,, i,-. ,: the Town Hall Forum. I-hii-li • being sponsored by Tcm1||. i :.. of Greater Miami. 137 j£ -;.. at the Temple. \ vely Light" represents lour years of research and prepkratioi U bring to the stage the essiT.i < Edna St. Vincent Millay anil tin chronicle of her work, her |H ,her life. In Miss Stick%  ney's dramatic portrayal, she uses [the Pulitzer Prize poet's own [word* ;,.ken from letters and poems in :tr dramatization. Miss tickne; has said: "From Edna St Vincent Millay's fetters and her pw is alone this chronicle has been fashioned. It does not pretend to be a full-length portrait; nor ;there any attempt at impersonal on. The selections made (nun li<. poetry are intended to reflect mood or an emotion, but primarily io tell a story-"' \liStickney'a production was directe. bj her husband. Howard Lindsay, her gown designed by Broadways Helene Pons, and by special arrangement with Norma Millay, the poet's sister. The tamous actress has won widespread critical acclaim for her performances in "A Lovely Light" on a nationwide American ; tour that preceded her Broadway appearance to the plaudits of the New York critics. A London en, gageme.it was equally enthusiastically praised. Dorothy Stickney is perhaps best remembered by a whole genera; tion of theatre-goers as Vinnie in i "Life with Father.'" a role which won her a host of awards, including that of the New York Drama League and of Virginia's Barter 'Theatre, and which she played to audiences during five of the production's all-time record eight i years on Broadway. The Town Hall Forum later will present Vance Packard, author of [ "Status Seekers;" John Mason Brown, noted literary and drama critic; and Carlos Romuto, Philippine statesman and former president if the United Nations. Series tickets are still available at the Temple Israel office. LEGAL NOTICE Miami Hadassah Adds New Unit A ;roup of some 30 women from the Malibu-Sunset Park area, havins attended several meetings of the Miami chapter of Hadassah. have petitioned to institute their own group, Wishing to participate in the •work ol rescuing hundreds of thousands of unfortunates from lands, and healing, teaching and educating them in the State if Israel." they will constitute the 12th chapter in the Miami chain. For the charter meeting of the •up. thi Miami chapter is sponring a tea at the home of Mrs. Daniel Cravatt, 9260 SW 59th st.. on Moi } evening. Menornh group will hold a paidup membership meeting at Hillcl •e ai 11:0 a.m.. Monday. Cock partv will be hosted by Mrs. lard Leffler. Mrs. Harold Abpresident, will give a report lie recent national Hadassah invention, which she attended in 'iltsburgh. Hatikvah and the Nainnal Anthem will be sung by Mrs. Jerl Toppel. smorgasbord luncheon of Irlrs, Rose, 19 Rose lived with her parentand her husband of a year. terry at 3110 No. Bay rd. An expectant mother. Mrs. Rose me lure with her family from rfc City 18 years ago, was 1860 graduate of Miami Beach nior High, and attended the UniI -it> "I Miami. She was a mem-' •i "I Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Surviving in addition to her hus• ml. who is a student at the Uniity of Miami, and her parents. and Mrs. Al Zablo. are two tethers, David and Randy. Mr bio is the owner of Cy Civile %  • Store on Miami Beach. Services were to be Thursday at winai. Funeral Home. the Tsrah group will be held Monday noon a' Knights of Pythias Hall. 48)1 W. Flagler st., to honor paid-up members. Elton Edelman. florist of Coral Gables, will present "Fashions in Flowers." highlighting arrangements for the fall and Sukkoth holidays. President of the group is Mrs. Sidney Langer. # First meeting of the Cheim Weizmano group, with Mrs. Nat Goldberg, president, conducting, will be held Monday evening at the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 N\V No. Rh T Ir, "Presentation of the Ladies of the Project.-" will be featured, followed by birthday and anniversary celebrations for October. 9i tiday, Oct. 21. from 5 to 7 p.m.. Ciromi Junior Hadassah group %  will have a buffet dinner and meet-1 Ing at the home of Miss Phyllis Kellner. 2315 SW 5th ,ve. Miss Esther Ehrens is president, and | all girls between the ages of 17; and -7 ire eligible to join the *. Mt. Scopus group w II have a ', pre "i meeting Monday, II in. at the Masonic Temple. 115, Valencia ave.. Coral Gables. At noon, i Haw liian Luau luncheon, 1 with hostesses in authentic Hawaiian costumes, will w served. Sukkoth the Ingathering of the j first fruits of the harvest, will be j celebrat sd Birthday and anniversary celebrants of October will be hostat a candlelighting ceremuny. Mrs. Gladys Diniu Morgenstern will play the piano for an Israel and Hawaiian sing-along. The Mt. Sco-] pus dance group will give an exhibition of the Hora and the Hula. Mrs. Louis Alexander, president,! has appointed Mrs. Abraham Topol. Life chairman, to present: certificates to life members. Mrs.' Charles Leshaw, vice president for! membership, will present Luau j dolls to all paid-up members, and i MrJack Samet, dues secretary,! will distribute leis. PIMM HANOI Mande to Play Bach Concerto Pierre Mande will be violin soloist in a performance of the Con[ certo in E major for violin a a ] recital of the Pierre Mande String Quartet in the Miami Conservajtory. 2973 Coral Way. on Sunday at 8:15 p.m. Program will also include Quaritet in G, op. 77, No. 1, Haydn; Andante from the Violin Concerto j in D major. Tschaikowsky; and La Fille aux Cheveux de Lin. De| bussy. In addition to Mande. the quar; let includes Alan Retskin. second violin; Alfredo Baldassari. viola; land Marilyn Samuels, cello. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HRKBIiV lilVEN that lh,undersigned, desiring to ,-n^.,^ %  In business under tinfictitious name of KAYS lil'EST HOUSE al •'.: Weal -Mill Street, Hlaleah intend to register suiii name with the Clerk of the Circuit I'miri ••( Dade County, Flor| Ida. I'HIl.ir .1 ISA v LENA K. RAT ARONOVITZ, SILVER ,\ Si'llKl: : Attorneys fur Applicant* '6ii7 Alnsley Building Miami ::::, Florida l" 11-19-16, 11 '1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the underslKned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nami ..i JIMMY DB8TRO, PURS al 935 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida intenda to register said name with the Clerk "i the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JIMMY PEST III • ANGEL i Al.l Attorney for Applicant 1" 12-19-16, 11/2 LEGAL NOTICE Miami Delegates Eye Conference More than 1.000 delegates, repI resenting over 500.000.000 Jews in 800 communities of all sizes in the United States and Canada, will convene for the 31st general assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds at the Hotel Sheraton in Philadelphia on the weekend of Nov. 15 to 18. it was announced this week by i Irving Kane, of Cleveland. CJFYVF president. Greater Miami community representatives who will attend the assembly, serving on the program committee, are Sam J. Heiman, immediate past president of CJPWP, southeastern region, and Arthur Rosichan. executive director of Federation here. The annual convention will locus on interand intra community planning, financing of essential services, the raising and distribution of funds, recruiting and develiping leadership, and the improvement and expansion of health, welfare, education and other services to meet the mounting needs of the Jewish people here and abroad. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious names of Peacook l.umber and Supply Com| pany; Peacock I,umber and Supply Co.. at S015 Pougla* Koad, Miami. i Florida Intends to reirlste*sal* 1 n*> -.I with the Clerk nf the Circuit Court I Of Pule County. Florida. PEACOCK LUMBER AND i BU IMT.Y COMPANY I a Fla. Corp.) Sole Owner SIMiiN. HAYS .v.mil'.MiWKlli: Attorneys for Applicant Sin Alnsley Building l" 12-19-86, 11 i I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57321-C i IN RE Estate of MARGARET BEROER Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Againsi Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of M A I'.C.AKET BERGER deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dudi County, and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, with sis calendar months front the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. B8TELLE MILLER BERNSTEIN & MILLER By Milton Miller. Attorney Congress Building Miami. Florida In 12-19-26, 11 S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55448-A IN" RE: Estate of Wll.l I AM JANDRELL Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE ihereby given that I have filed a Final Report and Petition for Distribution and Final Discharge as Executrix of the estate of WILLIAM JANDRELL, deceased: and thai %  the l&th dav of November, 1982, will apply to th,Honorable Judges it Dade countv. Florida, for anproval of said Final Report mil for distribution and final discharge as Executrix of the estate of the above-named decedent. This 9th dav nf October, 1962. I'll YI.ISS 1'ltsiN ARTHUR Id 'Til. Attorney 1111 Alnsley Building Miami :I2. Ha. — Fit l-.Va;t 10 1 2-19-86, 11/1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANrj FOR DADF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57227B IN RE: Estate of BENJAMIN .li I8REM Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Havinc claims or Demands Against Sail %  :-• i'. You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may htve uralntd the estate of BENJAMIN JOSSEM Hi %  i ised late of DADE County. Flo? Ida, to the Countv Jud'-'-s of Pud* County, and file the same in duplicate ;md as provided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices In th,county Courthouse In Dade Coonty. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the f ; rst publication hereof or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27tli das of Remember A.D I92, HENRIETTA J' "S8EM As Executrix BYRI IN L 8PARBER Attorney for Executrix IL'CI Lincoln ltd.. Miami Beach, Ha. in 5-12-19-24 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. N CHANCERY No. 62C 10844 LOTTIE IEly.I >• IN, Plaintiff, vs. CI.AI'HS FERGUSON, Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl >: t'LAI HUS FERGUS! >N I lade County Florlds You. ci. AMIS l-Kin : ISc hereby notified thai a Bill plaint for Divorce has againsi you, and you are serve a copy of your Pleading to the Hill ol c the plaintiffs Attorney, HCES i iF I STANLEY Sossin Named Chairman Michael Sossin. managing director of the Blackstone hotel, has been named chairman of the sen ior citizens committee for the Congressional election campaign of former Sen. Claude Pepper. faircloth to be Speaker Earl Faircloth will be guest speaker at a meeting of the United Nations on Tuesday evening. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn.. 1235 Washington ave. i hotel In 1 .1 SI MiKle id. SAM KRAMER a SE loth ei.. died i'ii i %  i • sevan > ears ago rrom and "as the retired o ni i in Mi. ci.-in.-ns Mi, b From j '''•T he was the owner Of I •iniiiK Itoom on M i a m i j nrvlvlng are his wife, Bsin, Sidney, and two ilaughHelene ninth and Mis i in Bervloes Wen Oct. 4 In ', Memorial Chapel. Alton rd. 3. ARTHUR A. GENANDES "' I-:'." NK Hhy shore dr., died He came here it years ago New Vork. City and was a re' "'"fi clerk. He was a member tier-Granada Jewish Center. M '!'i u are his wife. Sylvia: dauah"Ina and Harriet: mother, Mr'"' o H. ill. I.-.-, -iml ,lsl.-l Serviees '' ""I. 1 In Cordon Funeral Home. Cuba to Highlight Men's Meeting A sp 'i ;il meeting of the Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood to hear "The Truth About Cuba"' will be Inesday. Oct. 17. 815 p.m in Sirkin Hall. Michael Sossin. president of the Brotherhood, announced the gathering Photographs of Cuban atrocities smuggled out of Cubt and other visual reparts will be featured, Sossin said. Allen Goldberg, a pas? president of the Temple Emanu-EI Brotherhood, is program chair nan. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader if Temple EmanuEl. v-il! extend greetings to the organization. Beth Am Theatre Guild Mrs. Eleazer Oreenstein is chair |man of the Theater Guild of Tern! jple Beth Am. -which will meet in the Temple auditorium on alternate Wednesday Ding Oct. 17. evenings beginLEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Morris Lantdus, Llebman .*.Associates al 940 Lincoln Koad. M i B m i Beach, Horlda Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court >f Made County, Florida, MOKRIS I.A HUM'S HAROI.P LIEBMAN Sole Owners CTPBN SALMON Attorneys for Applicants :', Arthur Godfrej R ioyia-i*>M, it/2 N. n re i Coinbeen filed required to Answer ,.r tmplaim on LAW OFLEV1NE, aim Southwest Second Avenue, Miami ::.;. Florida (Fit 1-1881) and file the original Answer or Pleading In the office oi tieClerk of the Circuit Court r before the 15th dav of November, 1862 If you fall in do no, judgment li> default will < %  • %  laki n against you for the relief di mnnili il in the Bill ol Comulalnl This noil.-.• shall be published mice eaeli week t'"i four consecutivi weeks in THE JEWISH FIjORIIUAN HuNK AND ORHERED al Mis Ilorlda, tlii> -Mh dav of tx-tobel, A.I IM2, i: i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court. Dadi County, Florida ,.,..,li Bj K M. I.VMAN Deputy clerk I.AW i il-'lICES i >F I STANLEY I. i:\INK 900 SW 2nd Avenue Miami 3, Fla —Fit 1-1681 By I.YI.K D I.IEBERMAN Attorney for I'lain t If I 1" 12-19-26. II 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, N CHANCERY No. 62C 10960 JOANN I I NAN. Plaintiff. vs. ,n .UN I. FINAN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO! Jl -UN .1 h IN AN i o Richard T 'luerln, i:-u %  me Broadway, New York city You. JiiHX .1 FINAN. ar. hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed againsi you, and you ar>required to serve a cony of your Answet or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, MELVIN FINN, 3iu BIscayne Building, Miami ia and fil.tlie original Answer % %  < I'leudlna In the office of Clerk of the C n Court on or before the 15th dav ol November, 1962, otherwise thi allegations of said Complain! will bi taken as confessed by you This notice shall be published one,each week for four consecutivi weeks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this Kitti day of October, | A li 1962. E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk, Clfcull Court. Hade Countv. Florlds (seal) By: K, M I.YMAN Deputy cU-rk MELVIN FINN :n Blscayne Rids Miami. Fb Attorney for Plaintiff 10/12-19-26. 11/2 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH .lUO riAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 10565 THE WILLIAMBRl'RGH SAVINGS RANK. Plaintiff, l'INI.KY JONES, TRUSTEE IN BANKRVPTCT. GARLAND LAN THRON and WII.MA LANTHROX, his wife ALBERT GENE DAWE. a single man. CATHLEEN DAWE, a single woman. HKI.F.X SHERMAN. EXBCI'TRIX i iF Till-: ESTATE Ot MidtRls* HORN, and lbI'NITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT To C Mil. \NI> I.AN'I'Hl'.i iN and WII.MA LANTHRON, his wife, RESIDENCE INKNi >WN, ALBERT GENE DAWE, a single man. RESIDENCE CNKNOWN. CATHLEEX DAWE, 8 single woman. RESIDENCE UNKNOWN and the unknown spouse of any d i.-ml.mt, whose marital status is not ,-,.ri-i'tl.v stated if living, and if any I of the named defendants are dead, the unknown heirs, devisees, grantres, assigi s. Ilenors, creditor*, trustee? or othet claimants claiming by, through, under or againsi any of 'he above named defendants who are deceased: You arhereby notified that the above cautioned action has D*n Instituted ggalnsl you In the circuit -,. in ..m, i-'iev.n'b Judicial cireuil of Florida in and for Dadi Countv to foreclose R mortsrage upon the following described real %  •' 'ty : Lot ::. Block 69. FIRST ADDITION Til CAROL CITY, a rdn; to the Plal thereof, r nbd in Plat Book i." Pagi 19, of the Public R rds nf Dade Countv, Florida together with all structures, iou.r i and flxl or.-attachi ii thi i %  You are I ea tired to file your m-w.r to plaintiff's complaint vvi-.h the ii.rk of the aforesaid Court, and serve I ropy thereof noon plaintlirs attornv MARTIN FINE, M!h Floor Pad. Federal Bldg.. Miami S2. F Ida. tea later than November 5, 1962 ot a Decree Pm Confessn will bi entered againsi you. I>: 1 Seplember !8, 1962 E i: LEATHERM \N, ''!• rk. Clreull Court, Da le rotintv Flot Ida ISeal) B> K M I YM.W 1 l| put} Clerk \l VRTIN I'l.v-' Attorney for Plaintiff l nil 1-1 • Dade Peder d Bldg l M .nrt*i l0/ g.i 8 19 M NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN AND FOR D4DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 7056 • i A Yl.i IRD •' Wll.l. I VMS. Plaintiff, PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS, Defendanl SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: PEARL ROSE Wll.l.l VMS liw Brooks Street East Boston, Massaehusi tta You. PEARL ROSE WILLIAMS. ar hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed Inst you, and you an required to -,-n. a cop* of your Answer or Plendtne to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. LEWIS F, COHEN, !"•" S.W. First Street, Suite 207, Miami :!•:. Florlds and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or befon thi 5th day of November, 1962 If vou fall to do so. judgment by default will be taken againsi you for the relief demanded in the Bill "f • 'nmnlnlnl This notici shall i" published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIOIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 1st dav ol October, A.D. IMi, E B LE VTHERM VN. I 'lerk, Circuit Court, Had,County, Florida (seal) Bvi ir COPELAND Deputy cierk LEWIS IHEN 1 ISO SW 1st St. Suite M7 .Miami St, Fla.—FR 1-6181 10/5-12-19-2$



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Fridoy, October 12, 1962 > Jkn is/h Ifk'iriidfiHr SCOPE b/ ALAN SHECTER Pegs 9-B : Ml flCO CITY-Walk in any direct 1 n in Mexico City, and you'll r .ee. br eathe and feel the .spe7T?i.\TrS7"hT~tory of this magical. .'chanting land. Thi.s :s the setting for the first •'Scope" feature story in this newspaper. Subsequent columns will describe ideas and activities more .real to Floridians. But this pilot : i port begins by following a former Miami attorney to Mexico City in order to trace a few tiny fragments of history involving some of our Sephardic cousin:. Today, a Miamian can shell out $82 and ride a three-hour jet to Mexico City. Hernan Cortes came "he hard way. II %  oS in 1519 when the adventun .is ships of Cortes dropped ;i k hor upon the shores of Mexico. Accompanying Cortes on thivoy;u -re ;i number of prx -. ninced "hoo-dayoss c Spanish word meaning Jewi. I was "id of the inhun S p :. : i h inquisitions. Scores of O-T people, fleeing Spain ior their lives, came to the new w rid seeking a new life — live ; ,'m religious persecution. They (:d not anticipate that the inqui.v*ions would follow them and that the tortures and punishments, meted on' in Mexico would surpass even the racking, horrible cenocide of Spain. AN ATTORNEY EXPLAINS One fascinating aspect of Mexican Jewish history is the origin >>f Mt'ico's Mestizo Jew — the .lew .th a mixture of Indian and Spanish blood. Where did he come :rom? Sty our Liebman, who quit his Miai law practice to live and study ere. offers an explanation. An erthusiastic historian, Licbmar icovers much unreported information trim frequent searches of the archives. The highJy-respected University of vania Press will soon publi-h I book on Mexican Jewish v .<> Jews, Liebman explains were first Mestizo: they ently 'rnbraced Judaism. Then is no evidence of Jews children with Indians. Win.-, the Spanish settlers in Wexu were dilligently teaching CathoJ ism throughout the country seme resistance arose. A numbt-i of Indians and Mestizo refused to accept Catholicism, and ii.-tead. they learned about Judaism from Judeos. Some actual^ lecame Jews and raised theii t ildren as Jews. ACTIVE ASHKENAZIM ing thr igh some 350 Mexii i history, the arAshkenazim, early in the %  %  h cenl i % %  created a dramatic -plit among Mexico's Jewish population. Again Jews in flight Ashkenazim came with lmi( noney. different customs %  "id "i reign" accents — perhaps 'ik< rni ~t Cuban Jewish refugees now i, Miami. Sephardic Jews, welle.. ;aWished and respected in Mexico, were embarrassed by the Burge of Jewish immigrants from riddle and northern Europe, and refused to associate with them. Gem-ally, the Ashkenazim were ambitiius and quick to capitalize Fifteen Beach Hadassah Groups Will Participate in October Member Drive %  on even the scantiest moneymaking opportunities. Upon arrival, they saw that most Mexicans Tiad no shoes. Almost instinctively, these brothers of our began selling shoes and clothing on something of an installment plan, introducing credit in Mexico for the first time. Today. Ashkenazim provide Mexico with more than a proportionate share of the country's artists, scholars and millionaires. HATE SOUTH OF US Turning to another Latin American country, the historic and seemingly never-ending hate against Jews — this time in Argentina — is discussed by Look Magazine Editor Chester Morrison in the current issue of his publication. "The Argentine economy is in a state of collapse," says Morris in "A concentration of German Nazis — perhaps the largest in the world — has gathered in the country infiltrating many sections of Argentine life, including the Armed Forces ." Young Argentine men and women, dissatisfied with their country's economy and government, are eagerly fired up by Nazis "preaching the decay of Argentina's democratic processes." Morrison claims these young adults, who are Argentina's leaders tomorrow, look to Nazis for leadership today. This is the background behind recent stories of anti-Semitic activities reported from Argentina. "We are against Wall Street and the Jewish imperialists," proudly claims Alberto Escurra Uriburu. one cynical Nazi leader who vows he'll someday be president of Argentina. NAMES IN NEWS Bible reading in the schools has been much in the news recently — particularly for Dade countians, whose religion-in-theschools case is still before the courts A nicer sidelight on the subject is Sunday night's tribute in New York to Dr. Louise Pettibone Smith, professor emeritus of Wellesley College's Department of Biblical History. Being honored on her 75th birthday for her courageous civil liberties battles. Dr. Smith will be feted by over 150 prominent Americans, including such religious loaders as Rabbi Louis Finkelstein. chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary: and Rabbi Arthur .1 Lelyveld, former national director of llillel Foundations. Another tribute, scheduled for tomorrow in Ft. Myers, will find Robert H Kite, president of Flori P iwer and Light Company, dedicating a marker there to Thomas Alva Edison on the B3rd anniversary of Edison's patenting of the incandescent lamp. Sidney Meyer is chairman of the arrangements committee there. Speaking of genius, physicians from Florida. Georgia and South Caroline were to gain the benefit of a lecture entitled "The Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration" from Dr. Asher Marks, of University of Miami school of medicine; he was scheduled to speak at a tuberculosis conference in Jacksonville earlier this week. Fifteen groups of the Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah are participating in the organization's October membership campaign. Most meetings will be held on Monday and are open to the pubi lie. In honor of the occasion, Bur' dines on Miami Beach is featuring national awards won by the chapter in a window on Meridian ave. On view are a sterling silver jtray for the largest life membership on the Eastern Coast, a : Chanukiat for over-subscribing : hospital supplies, awards for increased membership, and Mayor Kenneth Oka's proclamation designating Hadassah's membership i month. Bay Harbor group will meet at noon at the Beau Rivage hotel. Farband Branch To Mark Sukkoth Farband Ben-Gurion Branch will have a special program in observance of Sukkoth on Wednesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center, 842 Washington ave. Participating in the program will be Joseph Hurwitz. of the Unii versity of Miami Humanities Department, who will discuss "The i Significance of the Sukkoth HoliIday." Michl Gibson, eminent Jewish actor, will present some of his new character studies from Jewish literature, and Max As tor, president of the branch, will give a reading. Community singing will be conducted by A. Gill, of j Chattanooga, Tenn. Chairman of the evening is | Manuel Burstein. former president j of the branch. Refreshments will I be served by the committee. Mrs. Kihs Amdur is president. Brandeis group will have an auction sale following the meeting called for 11:30 a.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel. President of the group is Mrs. Fred Jonas. Han-a Sft*)sch group :. ed I • %  -. Si • if the Bl %  Southgate group was to Thursday a' 7:3d p.m. in the I race room of Southgate. Fi a I members were to speak on "Our Trip to Israel.'' Mrs. Joseph Ros Deborah group meeting at 11:30 berg is president. a.m., will be followed by card games at the home of Mrs. Ed Lassman. 6100 N. Bay rd. Mrs. Esther Levitz is president. Esther group will have installation of officers on Tuesday noon at the Washington Federal bldg., on Normandy Isle. Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership vice president, will conduct the ceremony. President of the group is Mrs. Chic Perlyn. • • Herzl group will hear a "United Nations Message" from Burnett Roth at a meeting scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at the Eden Roc hotel. Mrs. Ben Zeigmund is president Of the Monday event. Henrietta Szold group will have a meeting and musical program at noon in the Algiers hotel. President of the group is Mrs. Joseph Alexander. Event is Monday • Stephen S. Wise group will meet at 11:30 a.m.. at the Barcelona hotel. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Maurice Cahn, chapter membership vice president. Mrs. Harry P. Cohen is president of the group. Huge Sukkah At Emanu-EI BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Untltr Strlet Supervision of tho Orthodox Vaad Hakaahruth of Florida Rabbi Dr. laaac H. Evsr. Director 24-WO'JR NURSING — DOCTORS ON CALL *U DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS mooan Mmnum t rmmimm rninoor UIILDINQ 3.0 Collins AY*. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Students Will Be Consecrated All new students at Temple i Beth Am's religious school will be | honored at services celebrating 'the Sukkoth holiday beginning Friday at 7:30 p.m.. with Rabbi Herbert Baumgard officiating. Students to be' consecrated areHoward Anapol. Michael Baum, Pattie Clein, Harold Cutler. Lynne Eisenberg, Fredric Garvett, Jamie Glaubman. Beth Ann Gralnick, Andrea Harris. Ellen Jo Himmel, Lori Josephson. Paul Klugerman, Nancy Lash. Matthew Leone, Wendy Meyerson. Scott Orbach, Lisa Rosen, Alex Scherer, Lori Solomon, Robert Steinberg, Robert Cava. Jeffrey Corenblum. Marge Geller, Stacy Himmel. Glenn Kitman. Lesley Millard. Aaron Pinto, Jill Steinberg, Curtis Fisher. Rebecca Hacker. I.inda Ann Meyerson, Jed Paradies, Anita | Cava, Jody Corenblum. Kenneth! Dubbin. Bruce SiegeL. Michael j Blum. Jeffrey Benjamin. Cory j Cherkas. Mary Ellen Cohen. Paul Feuer, Edward Levy. Carol Lipinsky. Stephen Mack. Sherri Mar' kowitz. Amanda Marks. Allison Rosen, Sharon Roth, Susan Segal. Francie Shore. Diane Sobol, James Wise. Jacquelyn Benjamin, Bruce Bernstein, Janice Schaffer, Deborah Sneider, Gary Brill, Dale Kaplan, Lane Genet, Jeffrey Rogers. Cara Schaeffer, Joseph Weinstein, Douglas Barnard, Jeffrey Furman, Gail Gilbert, Carl Kotok, Debra Levin, Ricky Swartz, Randy Stubins, Ellen Kaplan. Karen Levin, Robin Levine, Aaron Salem, Debra Scheinberg, Nikki Sestok, Steven Wise, Alan Wysocki, and David Rayne. Members of Temple F.mi: including leaders ol its PTA terhood and Brotherhood, an • lents Ln th r iligl IUS school I! i week compl mst:' : .'''. II one of the largest Sukkahs world. More than 100 feet in length and more than SO feet wide, the giant tabernacle was erected in the patio area adjacent to the main temple. It was decorated with hundreds of fruits and vegetables, including yellow squash, limes, carrots, lemons, grapefruit, string beans, cranberries, Indian corn, bananas, oranges and palm fronds. Kiddush will be held underneath the mammoth Sukkah following Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday morning Sukkoth services. The junior congregation services Renanah group held a meeting of Temple Emanu-EI. which will Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ger-1 be held at 10:30 a.m., on Saturday aid Teitelbaum. Mrs. Paul Plotkin I and Sunday mornings in the asis serving as temporary president. I sembly hall of the main building, : will be followed by the youngsters' Shaloma group will have enter-' o wn kiddush at the Sukkah. tainment and refreshments follow-1 Choi Hamoed Sukkoth services ing a noon meeting on Monday at i will be held daily. Barton's to Open Here The Barton candy department will open at Jordan Marsh on VI day with a gala all-day candy party to which residents of Grea er Miami are invited. All guests will be presented with souvenir packages of Barton's Continental Chocolates. Israeli group guest speaker will be Rabbi Alexander Gross, whose topic will be "My Impressions of Israel Today.'' Meeting will be held at noon at the Algiers hotel. President of the group is Mrs. Joseph Meyer. Emma Lazarus .group membership luncheon will be held at the Bel Aire hotel. A special musical skit will be featured. Mrs. Norman Meyers is president of the group. Morton Towers group will have a regular business meeting followed by a membership get-together at 1 p.m., in Morton Towers hall. Mrs. Samuel S. Goldberg, president, will conduct the meeting. • sot wtiss Seiderman to be Speaker North Shore B'nai B'rith Women will hold a regular meeting on Monday. 1 p.m.. at the Deauville hotel. Paul Seiderman, former chairman of the Florida region of the Anti Defamation League, will speak. Sand-Ell Takes Over at Lombardy Sand-Ell. strictly kosher caterers. is now the new manager and operator of the Crystal room at the Oceanfront Lombardy hotel at 6305 Collins ave.. Miami Beach. Now available for private catered parties only, the Crystal room will be open to the general public on Thanksgiving Day. Sand-Ell is now taking reservations for Thanksgiving dinners. One will be served at 4:30 p.m.. and the second at 6:30 p.m., with free wine for kiddush included as part of the menu. Under the supervision of Sol Weiss, president of the firm, SandEll will shortly announce the arrival of their noted mashgiash. Rosen is Named Guest of Honor Leonard Rosen, chairman of th board ol directors of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, %  • I Pine Tree dr., has been n I guest of honor for the 15th annual scholarship banquet to be hel officers of the school on Dec. 16 at the Deauville hotel, according to Louis Merwitzer, president ot the Academy Rosen is active in the Combir -1 Jewish Appeal. Bonds for Israel, and Temple Menorah. He was chosen to be guest of honor at a meeting of the executive committee held earber this week. Falik Joins | Insurance Co. Gerald Falick. long-time Miami resident, has just joined the loc.il office of National Life Insurance Co., of Montpelicr, Vt.. at 990 SW 1st st. His field is life underwrit ing. A graduate of the University of who'will take' ov'e7supervl s ron"of^ F1 ^ a where h e 1 e rned BS 'and BA degree. Falick served on active duty in the United States Army as a first lieutenant. He has been active in civic and charitable organizations, including United Cerebral Palsy. He is married and has one child. kashruth on the premises, as well as at catered affairs in synagogues. Lester Siegal is vice president of the firm. His partnership in Sand-Ell was recently announced here.



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Friday, October 12, 1962 *:jfwi*fi NtstMRoun Page 9-A During the Week By LEO MINDLIN Scoutmaster Called on to Speak Up Continued from Page 4-A (and) with the help of two traitors in the White House UVodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt) they succeeded." A Boy Scout, who may not know that this ignorant bilge has api >ared in a variety of printed rms, from the and Semitic Common Sen e" to the highlyited ravings of American ex triate poet and branded Fasst collaborator, Ezra Pound. I IsO 'earn thai the "amaz erarchy" of the Communist i nspiracy is composed of "care• ill) sell cted" immigrants "and ns of immigrai Is' such as the nans the Lapowskis (DougDillon), Bernard Baruch. ndeis, Felix Frankfurter In the face nf hicarefull) se d list of Jewish or part-Jewpersonalities for sacrifice on Itar of hi> haired Fagan de• thai the purpose of "Hol od and all TV and radio networks not onl) controlled, but actually owned by the Lehmans ..nd Ihcir International Banker sic) affiliates," is "to set Jew gainst Christian and Christian gainst Jew." Himself a lover II humanity, and particularly : Jews, Fagan would tell his Boy Scout correspondents: Bigot's Vernacular • That the Greal Conspiracy, by \Ouch he probably means lewish rather than Communist. created the ADL, the NAACP, the I'rban League, the American lewish Committee, the American Civil Liberties I'nion. plus seines (I similar vicious organizations." • That the most frighteningly vicious of them all is the Ami Defamation League of B'nal IS nth the master-minding organization for all the groups the secret Gestapo of the Inter nationalist Communist conspiracy." I • That "Jacob Schiff instructj > in his Trooi I ; er informed than : .:"ults.' Benson said: "He fo mil a i ivil libertarian a man with a Social i %  .;,. ol ih nking, leaching in 1 he • %  it '!'. i r e I of • nAinerii anism of i Fa %  s an mg us am e e x ( : them >elves, • totalitarian methlock, stock and bat ri I Ben son doesn't really mean that his troopner is "better Informed," but that he is a good informer in the terrifying Orwellian manner i. 1981 On the Record It now behooves Scoutmaster B( nson also to declare he is not a teacher of informers, and for the benign parents of Troop 6:-' to say what their "complete support" of Benson implies in the future. As I say. I don't liki being kept in the dark. And. if he doesn't speak up. perhaps the president of the South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts should help him go on record. As president. Norman M. Giller. of the Miami Beach construction firm, must certainly feel that bigctry has no place in the life of a Boy Scout. Argentine Charges Priests With Fomenting Prejudice *&* Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. Miami, Florida Continued from Page 1-A Church who, he said, frequently used his pulpit for anti-Semitic attacks. He referred also to Father Julio Meinvielle, who, he said, indoctrinates young students with anti-Semitic ideas. The priest warned of the danger that Catholic high schools would become centers of extreme nationalism and anti Semitic propaganda and referred specifically to two schools, the El Salvador and Champanat Catholic high schools. Iksaid it had been frequently established that man) elements of Tacuara, the Argentine Nazi youth i rganization, were pupils or alumni of these schools. Nissim EInecave. editor of La Luz, charged in an article that the "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTMEI LOCATION FOB TOUI CONVENIENCI COULTON BROS. "AfT • "MAW • "MAT'' TOM TIXACO iOTi Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th Si. role of the Catholic Church in Ar-; gentina in stimulating anti-Semit] ism has been "overwhelming." He j asserted that without full support I of certain priests, most of the Nazi I and Fascist organizations in the country would be relatively inoffensive. Sr. EInecave said it was "no secret" thai all. the Nazi and Fas cisl youth organizations were spiritually led by priests among whom he cited Fathers Julio Meinvielle: Luis Etcheverry Boneio. who he said, guides the girls' section of Tacuara; Justo Oscar Laguna. described as famed for ins antiSemitic sermons; Garcia Yieya and Jose Maria MacKinnon, of the Buenos Aires archdiocese: and Fr. Elias Andraos. who was said to be very active among students ot AraD origin. The editor asserted that many high officials in the Federal Police were intimately | connected with these priests. Brandeis Women's Luncheon New members were to be guests of the Louis D. Brandeis Women's Club at a luncheon this Thursday at the Atlantic hotel. 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Page 2-A +Jewist> H-cridiiicir Friday, October 12. 1982 Sukkoth Observance Opens at Sabbath Services Saturdav and Sunday this weekend launch the observtion. 1401 NW 183 rd St.. will mark ner. becomes Bar Mitzvah during known as the Feast of the Tabernacles The holiday 1 Sukkoth beginning with services Saturday morning services at 8:45 Services on ance of Sukkoth celebrates the bounties of the harvest season, and is marked by the ; Friday at 8:15 p.m Rabbi Harold a.m. erection of temporary booths at home and the synagogue, where fruits are eaten and enjoyed. Final days of the SukkJ'.h festival will be observed at Shemini Atieret services Saturday. Oct. 20. and Simchas Torah on Sunday. Oct. 21 The intervening days between the first two days of Sukkoth this weekend and the final two days are down as Choi Hamoed. Friday. Oct. 19. '!••• ity pi> l Atzeret. is known as Hoshanah Rabbah. With the celebration of the last two days of Sukkoth. the High Holy Day season comes to an end. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at Sukkoth services of Temple Eminu-EI, 1701 Washington ave. on Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday morning services are at 9 a. m. r. Lehrman will preach, with oi David Roseafeld will officiate CANDltUGHTWG TIME 14 Ti3hri — 5:39 p.m. 1 ... koth will be ushered :n at services Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. RabRichter will officiate and preach on Sukkoth wi ,| be launched at the Sukkoth—Season Joy. Saturday M#brew Academy, 2400 Pinetrec services are at 8:30 a.m. Sermon ( r on Fridav at 5.45 p m R a b will be "Sukkoth Guests." On Sunhi_4>vaa'W 'jOtf* wi officiate day. 8:30 a.m., Rabbi Richter will an ^r each 1(n b„th days. Saturdiscuss "Pillars of Glory." Mincha day service8 are at g a m an( | services both days are at 5:45 p.m. (he sermm win oe 'SukkothCantor Emanuel Mandel renders Jewish Thankssjiving Festival. 1 the musical portions of the liturgy. Qn Sunday the Mrmon will be "Re Rabbi Sherwin Stauber will ofjoicing with the Almighty." Minficiate at services of Your/j Israel c h a both days is at 5:45 p.m. >f Greater Miami, 900 NE 171-1 Cantor Hirsch Adler rendering the' musical portions of the liturgy. Sunday services will also be at 3 a.m. Mincha both days is at 5:45 p.m. Title ot his Sabjaih mornin. sermon is "Drama of the Sukkoh.' On Sunday he will discuss "In the Shadow of the Most High." Observance of the Feast of the Tabernacles will be launched at Temple B'nai Sholom, 163' XW and preach 3t Sukkoth services Sat urday and Sunday morning at 9 a m.. with Saturday afternoon serv.ces scheduled for 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Morton ShaJowitz will oficiate at services Friday evening it Congregation Ysbudas Moshe 13630 W. Dixie hwy. at •> p.m. Sermon will be "The Shaky House Cantor Maurice Neu will render the musical portions of the liturgy. 22nd ave.. on Friday evening. 8:30! which ushers in the Sukkoth obp.m Rabbi S. Max Machtei and: servance. Services Saturday and Cantor Lester Chananie will offic-j Sunday will be it 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. iate. Sermon is "Sukkoth—Season] Junior services A III be held in conof Gladness." Saturday morning! junction with adult services in services will be 9:30 am Rabbi! Popiel Hall Machtei's sermon is scheduled as; At the Israelite Center, 3175 SW "The Symbols." Services on the j 25th it.. R3bbi Morton Malavsky second day of Sukkoth will begin j w nj bunch the Sukkoth observance at 9:30 a.m. Sermon is "The Suk-: Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday kah: Portable but Durable." | morning services will be 8:30 am, Temple Beth Shiran, 11527 So. with the Rabbi's sermon scheduled Dixie hwy.. will hold its first Sukas "The Symbol of Sukkoth." Cankoth Sabbath service Friday, 3 tor Louis Cohen will render the p.m., on its own four acres of land musical portions of the liturgy. at Montgomery dr., and SW 77th Sunday. 8:30 a.m.. the sermon is ave., in a 40-ft. Sukkath built by scheduled as "Ingathering." the Holy Day committee. Sermon o4* Heights Jewish Congregaby Rabbi Morris Skop will be "A; Frail Sukkah—But Strong Faith." ... mafia Cantor Herman Gottlieb will ren-, BCtls blUrOn Will der the musical portions of the 1 t i_ liturgy. Tinwill follow prelimiMeet Ifl bUKKCIn nary Sabbath services in Suniland| F()llowmg Friday evenmg serv H ces in Suniland Hall, members of Children are especially invited to remple Beth sh irah. the year attend Friday evenmg Sukkoth! ld R eC onstructionist congregation services at Temple Judea, 320 Pal founded by Rabbi Morris A. Skop ermo ave.. Coral Gables, at 8:15 and Cantor Herman K. Gottlieb, p.m. Rabbi Mordecai Podet will j wi „ ad j ourn f or the Kiddush to a officiate, with Cantor H. Richard j ^[^^ oa Montgomery dr. and Brown rendering the musical porj 77tn ave ti0 n S £ l K e l [ Tl y M nCg S ^ a 3 t i There.' on its own four acres of Will be^hosted^^Mr.^and^Mr,.;,^^ a ^ Sukkah has been Sidney Jacobs, whose son, Stuart, built by the Holy Day committee becomes Bar Mitzvah during Satur-1 headed b LtfJ g^ and contri d ? y Tf A n, n „ g S€FV,CeS Tem buted by Abe Smukler. pie at 10:30 am _. Members of the ritual commit At Flagler Granada Jewish Community Center, 50 NW 51st pi.. SukGables Doctor Off to Air Force Dr. Leonard E. Indianer. ol Coral Gabies, who recently came to active duty in the I'nited State.-Air Force as a second lieutenant has completed the orientation course for officers of "he medical service at Gunter AFB. Ala. Son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph In dianer. 311 Navarre. Coral Gables he was given familiarization in struction covering administrative procedures, military medicir %  md medical service support Of (JSAF objectives. Lt. Indianer is being real to Hunter AFB. Gi He will jo the staff there for practice is a doctor of optometry Dr. Indianer attended the University of Alabama and Southern College of Optometry. ee include Mordecai Parness. Vlilton Malter. Seymour Drexler Morris Herman. Norman Miller. J W. Baros. Dr. Howard Lessner. David Schaecter, Lee Aerenson. Harry Burak. Leon Roth. Dr. DavJ Markenson, and Sid Stem. Mrs. Polly Schriebman will head he Sukkah lecoration ci>mmittee. ind Mrs, Abe Fleeman will be lostess it the taeg Shabbat and ECiddus %  jQ"Mp8 ^Sit t\^v sin [( 13 JJ j seah E. Rackovsky NMM Jt 1-3595 ti.w : %  -,: %  \>, AVt., MIAMI BEACH St., on Friday evening at 5:45 p.m. Sukkoth services for the first day if the holiday begin Saturday at a.m.. when Rabbi Stauber will preach on "Houses or Booths'.'" Sukkoth on Sunday will be observed at services at 9 a.m. Sermon .vill be "Journey to Freedom." viincha both days is at 5:45 p.m. Sukkoth will be launched at Temple Sinai of North Dade, 1480 VE 123rd St.. on Fridav at 8:IS O.rn. Rabbi Daniel M I.owy will ifficiate and preach on "Scepticism—Fault or Virtue?" On Saturday. 11 a.m.. the Sukkoth service will include a gathering of chilJren in the Sukkah to present heir donations to the needy of the city. Tifereth Israel Congregation 6500 N. Miami ave.. will launch 'he Sukkoth observan c e on Friday evening at 8:30 p.m. Rab)i Henry B. Wernick will officiate and preach on the subject. "Split Level Homes." Members of the Sisterhood of Tifereth Israel will host the Oneg Shabbat. Services Saturday morning are at 9 a.m.. with the sermon scheduled as "Homes or Residences?" Sukkoth services Saturday evening are at 7 p.m. Cantor Albert Glantz renders the musical portions of the liturgy. Rabbi Samuel April will officiate at Sukkoth services of Coral Way Jewish Center, 8755 SW 16th St.. on Friday at 5:45 p.m. Saturday services will be at 8:45 am Sermon is "Tabernacle or Sanctuary?" On Sunday morning, at j 8:45 a.m., Abraham, son of Mr. : and Mrs. Malcolm Stahl. will become Bar Mitzvah. Sermon is scheduled as "The Sukkah of Peace." Cantor Gershon Levin will render the musical portions of the liturgyy. Members of Beth Emeth Congregation, 12250 NW 2nd ave.. will gather to celebrate Sukkoth on Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Simon April will officiate and discuss "Precept of Esrog Teaches Us Unity." Cantor Hyman Fein will render the musical portions of the liturgy. Oneg Shabbat will be hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cherin, whose son. Richard GardRabbi Morris W. Graff, assist ant spiritual leader of Temple Israel, 137 NE 19th st.. will preach on "Frail Booths and Frail Boats" at the Sukkoth observance of the j Temple on Friday at 8:15 p.m. 1 Cantor Jacob Bornstein render he musical portions of the litm-. 8>. J Rabbi Solomon Schiff will be in he pulpit of Bath El Congregation, )00 SW 17th ave., on Friday at 5:45 p.m. On the first day of Sttkkoth. Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi Schiff will discuss "The Sukkah of Peace." Services Sunday. 8:30 a.m.. will feature a set mon on "Cratitude for QH 1 II tee* ngs." Mincha both days is at 5:43 p.m. Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, '07 Carlyle ave.. will have Suk:oth services Friday at 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.. Rabbi Isaac Ever will preach on "The Mess age of Sukkoth in the Space Age." Kiddush follows in the Sukkah jf the congregation. On the second day. services at 8:30 a.m.. will feaContinued on Page 12-A Rabbi Stern Will Discuss Sukkoth The Festiv..! of Sukkoth will be described in a special service b* Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, spiritua' leader of the Beth Jacob Congre gation. on Friday. S:45 a.m.. over ch. 10 Kabbi Stem will display the ceremonial objects ol the holiday 1110' dtecuSS the social aspects ;f he festival The program Is sp ored by the Rabbinical Assn. of Jreater M'ami. TERMITES WORK ALL YEAR AROUND THE BEST WISH FOR ISRAEL AT THE NEW YEAR it to make Ihi Ntltv INN by buying Bents'. MAYSHIE FRIEDBER5 ppwr "Qin ana* a-m BETH DIN OFrlCE RA88I OS. 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Page 8-A vjewist ftoridfar) Friday. October i: 1992 Israel Rejects Johnson Plan To Solve Refugee Problem Invitation! will soon be in the mail announcing the annual banquet sponsored by the South Florida chapter of Technion on Nov. 28. Chapter president, Mrs. Louis Glasser, meets with the banquet committee to work out assignments. Seated (left to righO are dinner chairman, Al Sherman, Mrs. Philip Thau, Louis Rudnick, Dr. H. Franklin Williams, vice president of the University of Miami, Mrs. Glasser, and Jack Rifkin. Standing are Jack Katzman. Philip Thau. Joe Mechlow, and (far right) Meyer A. Baskin, honoiary president. The group supports Israel's largest engineer college, often called the MIT of the Middle East. Requisition 'Vacated'Algeria Property JERUSALEM-*JTA>-The Israel I Cabinet and the Knesset Committee fr Foreign Affairs were disci, sou this week to have repected ,!,,. proposals for solving the Arab refugee problem suggested by Dr. Joseph E Johnson, special envoy of the United Nations Palestine Conciliation Commission. Israel's stand has been submitted to the United States, France and Turkey, three mi n.' %  1 of the PI 1 1 is< ti prop sais w •> i c h have not vel been formally sub • 1 to thi 1 N bul which have .. publicized in the re 1 nsidered cornin I s r a el ., • Dr Joh ison's sug%  %  %  should .. on retling elsesaid II al the v hosts to the s \ ul : 1 them to ., to in in pursuit of the I, lan d Vi ib goal of destroj ing Israel Haboker, the Liberal party organ, said the Johnson proposal to name .-. refugee administrator to supervise which refugees would return could only Increase the danger and confusion, adding that Dr. Johnson knew that "Israel cannot open its gates to the Arab refugees" and that he also knew the Arab rulers want to continue to use the refugees as a political football." The daily suggested should be done to indu ted Nations Relief Agency to reveal "wh knows about the grow ness <>f the refugees 1 habilitation" for new ; Arab countries That comment wainthe openii tl is w cational train;] ccnl ug es bu It 1.. 1 M;v. The cent< comn in Siblin, soul li of B< mtributi I S6~ 1 • f -.: (tther no ts led foi istrator to •e repatrn I 1 %  •;; %  %  %  I 1 • 1 idi> =1 I Israel and friends Stales — WOUl indemrnities 1 •rly would •>•' told 1 w u 1 -I in • : 1 ssar choice. %  ''•.lung *uUniWorks really tilling. • m the %  Theatre Guild Has MeefMf Be {inning •• I ..'• "•" •Metric surface units ding do. ookmg u,,„s,l..Trigger-fas! heat goes directly into the food"'" """ %  room. Your kitchen stays up to 18cooler. lieaVISflflJi^. 1 P sh buUon or fli P a switch... the controlled 1 ions peace of mind. on Kuard You e "J ,,v P** ^\ M0 T"H ,, l ":!, KI,,rida fc-ffie, have alreadv "switched" i t0 fli,mdwtf Ehclri cooking. A*h your neighbor! BATTERIES for ALL AMERICAN and FOREIGN CARS Experts on Starter and Generator Repairs BATTERIES — GENERATORS — STARTERS I!I-VOIYI BATTERY INC. SALES & SERVICE at Home or On the Road 1850 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 9-3451 •345 S. Dixie Highway MO 1-5357 Sa .hat's NEW in glamor ..."\,W Electric Rang, uith the %  viern "built-in" 00k < olort, tool Vint your Electric • '. Dealer. -rfii KM&Jdkflamele*s &&&& 11 i cm AH it, roc FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY ^. .. r.otiDA (.riv Mi i,.. 11,.in. Rwi*



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Friday, October 12, 1962 vJewisti fhridlianri Page 5-A SUKKOTH IS WHEN YOU SIT IN A SUKKAH Have an Esrog-But Don't Eat It By DAVID SCHWARTZ There i> a Yiddish expression. "Azoi vie a Yavan in Sukkah." Believe me. I understood what it meant after trying to explain Sukkoth to Joe. "Sukkoth," I said, "is the time you tak the esr>^ and lulav and bensh God." "What's esrog?" asked Joe Ksrog." I said, "is a lemon. Well, il i not exactly a lemon. You might say it's a first cousin i>f a lemon. It's a citron." "Now I understand." said Joe. Sukkoth is the time when you take your first cousin a lemon sil n the bench with her" "No No, No. J v bensh doesn't %  thai Y' ,; : • ake the esrog, a fruil am the lu! %  • i palm branch. rave ike Mi is in the Wave Hello -> ( J e "Aunl iy, -he is tak. rain i Detroit, BO you A ave : her al :• station 'Aunl Martha," i said, -'i.s no Detroit Why should he go l< Detroit? In (act, I ha o Aui Marl', i What are you ingi in Aunl Martha for anydren of Israel left Egypt, they lived in booths." "I didn't know they had telephones in those days." said Joe. "Who said they had telephones?" I asked "You said they lived in booths," said Joe. "No, Sukkoth is a different kind of booths. It's larger than a telephone booth and there is no place to put a nickel in. It has no regular roof, only pine branches. It's out in the open." "Oh. it's like going camping," said Joe. "You see, Joe." I said, "the Jews when they were in Egypt were -iaveand made bricks and when they came out, they were tamers, so the) offered thanksfor the : h irvests "I can't un lerstand that." Joe. -. • delayers m ire mon%  j than fai ners eless," 1 :. ihi i it to a >k y m," "What?" I asked. "Why do they fast on Sukkoth?" "They don't fast on Sukkoth, Joe," i saia. "They fast on Yom Kippur." "Well, why do they eat hamantashen on sukkoth? Don't Eat the Esrog "Joe, you are an ignoramus. They don't eat hamantashen on Sukkoth. They eat them on I-urim." "Listen, Joe," I said. "I'll put it all in one sentence. On Yom Kippur. you eat nothing; on Rosh Hashona. you eat honey to make for a sweet new year; on Pesaeh, you eat Matzos; on Chamisha Osar B'Shevat, you eat "bub"; on Shavuot, you eat latkes "1 know how to finish it," saia Joe ••()n Sukkoth. you have an bul you don'l eat it. you wave it." "Well," I said, "1 did get something into your head." Jewisn Communal Affairs fcxpert S Isidore Scbeioff Aids Miami With Plans "Wei said J i >, "v. hat are you waving ; t her for?" "It's ; different kind of waving," i -ay. "You are not waving good-bye. You wave as you say Hallel. You know the word Hallelujah. It's the same word basically I >ti said J>e. "you are not waving good-bye, you are waving hello "J' I sail, "maybe you'll understi nd bett fr :i I first define thi' word.*' Going Camping vord Sukkoth means booth: You see, uhen the chil[siuore So ••;•!.. one of the i a'.ion's outstanding experts in Jewish communal affairs, this week accepted an invitation to serve aconsultant to the long-range plani ning committee cf the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Sobeloff is executive vice presilent of the Jewish Welfare Fed' eration of Detroit. Mich. Meetings of the Miami Federation committee have been arranged to allow him to make personal contact with members of the committee and to plan a gencal schedule for the successful buildir/j and operation of a citywide network of agencies that will meet this community's needs a decade and two hence. Sobeloff was in Miami this week for i ne of the first of his meetings with Federation's long range planning committee. At an executive committee luncheon, he outlined his operational pians and tentative goals for Federation's ambitious program. THiRTY-SIXTH SEASON 1962-63 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Symphony Orchestra FABIEN SEVITZKY MUSIC DIRECTOR AND CONDUCTOR 9 Pair of Subscription Concerts SEASON TICKETS: S:5.00, S21.00, $18.00, S15.00, 512.50 (Mon.), 510.50 (Sun.) S.ndays, Miami Beach Aud. 8:30 P.M.-17th St. and Wash. Ave. Vmdays, Oade County Aud. 8:30 P.M. 2901 W. Flagler St. NIKITA MAGALOFF, P LESLIE PARNAS, FELICIA MONTEALEGRE (MRS. LEONARD BERNSTEIN), narrator ELEANOR STEBER, Mero P n e 0 raco ocv 21-32 NC. 1M2 DEC. 9-1C Dentist Completes Air Force Course Dr. Berton A. Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Lefkowitz. 5700 Pine Tree dr.. who recently came to active duty in the United States Air Force with the rank of captain.' has completed the orientation course for officers of the medical service at Gunter AFB, Ala. Dr. Lowell was given familiarization instruction covering administrative procedures, military me licine and medical service support of USAF ol jectives II" i< being reassigned to the 392nd Aerospace Medical Group at Vandenberg AFB, Calif where he will join the staff for practice as a dentist. v.. : ried to the t< ''OUT Carole A irde, of Woodside. N.Y Dr. Lowell attended the University of Miami and the University of Mary land school of dentistry at Baltimore. JAK'. 13-14 FEB. 10-". MAR. 3-4 17-3 APR. AC*. 2;:2 PHILIPPE ENTREMONT, pianist violinist pianist ZVI ZEITLIN, SERGIO PERTICAROLI, 3 'ISAAC STERN, — BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY NO. 9 IJ-M Chorus and 4 Soloists iiERVE NOW FOR CHOICE S1AJS SAVE UP TO 42o WITH A SEASON TICKET! For Information telephone MOha-.vk M960 Checks payable: University of Miami Ma to: P.O. 3ox 8085, toral Geble 46, Fa. alia I IS W. Flagler St., FR 3-5123; Allr.iro MusiHouse, 292 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, 444-818': Spec s TV, 1574 5. Dixie Hiway, Coral Gables, MO 1-3451. Beach Attorney Heads Fraternity Miami Beach attorney, Royal Flagg Jonas, was elected international president of the Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity at the 52nd annual convention of the fraternity in Winnipeg. Can. Jonas, who formerly held the posts of regional governor and vice president of the 20.000-memher fraternity, lias been a local resident for 30 years. I ami Beach has been selected as the site of the 1063 convention if Sigma Alpha Mu Listening intently to Isidore Sobeloff, one of the nation's outstanding Jewish community affairs experts, at a meeting ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation's long-range planning committee this week are (left tr right) Sidney Lefcourt, president of Federation; Sobeloff, v*no is executive vice president of the Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit; Sidney Anslr. and Leon Kaplan. Long-range planning committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, headed by Stanley C. Myers, founder and three-time past president of Federation, meets to hear Isidore Sobeloff. Left to right are Bernard Stevens, Judge Irving Cypen, and Sam Luby. r"ou Are Cordially Invited to Attend The TOWN HALL FORUM An inspirational and educational program of public interest by acknowledged leaders in their respective fields. Sponsored by Temple Israel of Greater Miami TUESDAYS at 8:30 P.M. OCT. 16-NOV. 13-FEB. 19-MAR. 19 DOROTHY STiCKNEY, actress VANCE PACKARD, author JOHN MASON BROWN, critic CARLOS P. R0MUL0, statesman At Temple Israel-137 N.E. 19th St. Miami Tickets for the Series are $7.50 and are obtainable at the Temple Office FR 9-1757 Discussion Periods—Coffee and Cake Receptions r Where are the Leaders? Where are the organizers? Where are the supportets of Israel's Red Cross? Here is a nonprofit, humanitarian society established more than a quarter of a century ego, dedicated !o s-rvin<) Mogen Dnvi.l Adorn, Isgallant *.ea Cross n;;ency. n 1 a Fr*:>iden for a Chapter In your city; we ne r d Executive officrs, Buard Mcmoers and key workers willing to lend a ha-H to ;la quard Hit health of the peoph of lira I WRITE TODAY TO Congressman EMANUEl CELLER, Nat : onol Chair-ran, AMttXAN RED MOCEN DOVID F0:t IS3AEL 50 West 57th Street, Now York 19, N.Y. Opera Guild of Miami P'E5E\'f The Magic Flute Barber of Sev?!!e NOVEM3ER 25, 1962 MAY 5, 1963 Sunday Matinee, 3:00 p.m. DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM with o^sfanding artists from New York and Miami A DADE YOUTH %  > PROJECT ~HDOL C LTS Tickets and Memberships Now On Sale: Dade County Auditorium HI 6-9230 rdelia'i Card Sh 3p %  FR 3-5123 Ipitt's Mu ic Stora MO 7-P8 T 4 Sunilard Stationery & Gift Shop CE 5-8" OF<"-a Guild FR 1-5153, FR 3-5967 PRICES: $1.75 $2.00. $2.50



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Friday. October 12. 1962 -* *Je^istifk>rH/an Page 7-A Temple Menorah Bar Mitzvah Year To Culminate in Banquet Nov. 4 Louis Rheinstein (left), financial secretary of Temple Menorah. is new chairman of the Temple Bar Mitzvah Year banquet, which will be held at the Deauville hotel on Nov. 4. Rheinstein, active at Menorah since its inception, was apj-ointed by Maurice Revitz (center), president of the Temple. Rheinstein is a member of the Civic League of Miami Beach. the Optimists, and Mahi Shrine Looking on is Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual leader. No Change in U.S. Policy Continued from Page 1-A which Israel and the Arab states are involved. ]r. that connection, it was indicated that Israel would oppose a reported proposal by Dr. Joseph Johnson, Palestine Conciliation Commission emissary to the Middle East, for a poll among the Arab tefugees on their wishes—whether ''.( %  > wi-h to return to Israel or to i'i permanently resettled in Arab t-uuntries Under current conditions, it is felt, such a referendum iould not be carried out free of pressures from governments of the Arab lands which theoretically at least would make room for such Arab resettlement. State Department spokesman Lincoln White reiterated this week in Washington that no arrangements are in process for invitations to eiiher Prime Minister Ben-durion or Egyptian President Nasser to \ isit Wa-hington. Mr. White said: "Although the Department of Stale recognizes the mutual advantages derived from visits by chiefs of state or head-; ot government, no arrangements are in process for visits by either President Nasser or Prime Minister Ben-Gurion." AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR ZIM LINES GEORGE KR0NEN60LD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH .11: 1-0155 *'. COIMTRy CLUB cruises .j-traist* tt V ABOARD THE LARGEST, FASTEST. NEWEST & MOST LUXURIOUS TRANS-ATLANTIC CRUISE SHIP SAILING FROM MIAMI r, si 1M %  v i\ f re* (completed in ii Jerusile* ...... %  t rai pn ?, luxury %  net cruising certs. IM ', Air Core mf! FlM Coeklii! Parties Daii*' Fifi Ddi Chairs & Cii p.m. Planned activities for i he group include skits, dances, speakers and discussion groups. The ninth graders who meet en alternate Monday evenings will gather Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. The) are planning a full social, educational and entertaining winter program. Hobby night is a feature for all teen-agers from seventh through 12th grades. Scheduled for alternate Wednesday-, their next meeting will be Oct. 24. The dramatics club has had d cussions on fundamentals in acting and soon will begin casting and re hearsing for a Chanuka p Classes in arts and crafts, photograph} ..nd journalism, and i ... training groups are all uni way. Other clubs to be formed are the chess, debating, stamps and coins National Federation of Ti i Youth are meeting on alternate Mondav nights. Their next meeting will be held on Oct. 22. T group meets with other groups the Greater Miami are; .. ticipates in conclaves, both loci. > and state\vid< Larrj Glickmar .'.president of the group. In. Ith, llth and 12th graders Trigor Moves To New Post By Special Report ATLANTA—Yi ii J e. : %  ..\'i< i e ( nsu ati I I %  h n i %  V'ici nsul at thi nsulal %  Los Ai jeh i i'.. u ho ha ffici as seco secretarj I Isr has no ei api i ted \ i< i \ ife ai en /i e\ Do\ er n • for Soutl States 400 students are enrolled in its Hebrew school. Families that will te honored for their 13 years c' men-.^tr.-^ip in Tempn Afenorah are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Freeman. Mrs. Senia Danovltz, Dr MA'Mrs. Victor Dorf. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feldman. Mr. snd Mrs. Isidore Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. William Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Goldman. Mr. David Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Sam JafJee, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Laibson. Mr. and Mrs. i .. L.psxn. Mr. and Mrs. AI Mech.cwitz, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer. A:si Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mund, Judge Albert Saperstein, Ml arid Airs. Herman Solomon. Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Stratton, Mr.-. Bella Sussman. 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Page 13-B fJenist ricridian Friday, October 12. 1962 Israel Cultural Award to be Made Here; Five Personalities Tapped for Honors Five Greater Miamtans or part award? will be presented to the time resident, of this area have hon-rees for the distinct contribution which they have made to the cultural life of Israel.'" The pre.-. I the university -•• %  • 1 that each of the individuals :-. I has made valuable contributions "not only to cur own state ind country but to the State Recipients of the Award will be 0 f [ sr Robert Frost, Philip Wylie, Leondean of faculty at the Univervisiting Israel at an early date showing of Israeli art and the pre-^ sity of Miami and vice president and conducting the Israeli Symsentation of the Dior Israel Festi^ been selectedas the first recipients of the Miami-Israel Cultural \ward. it was announced Wednesday by Dr. Henry Kinj Stanford, president of the University of Miami. for academic affairs, is Protestant co-chairman of the Florida Region, National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr Vonk. professor of philosophy. is a noted lecturer on the philosophy of Martin Buber. val of Fashions. The event is to be held under the auspices of the Sponsors of Isard Rose. Joseph Weil and A Herbert Matties. Tl Is will be presented at the M imi-Isra %  '. Fes i] of the Arts : Sunday, ict 28. at tl tel Nominations ?c the awards were inace by a committee headed by Dr. H. Fra-kiin Williams, vice president of tiie University of Miami, arc 1 incluc-ng Dr. Berthold Friedl, Dr. Bryce -wa". Dr. Fab.en Sev.tsky, Dr. C. Doren Tharp. ana Dr. K. Paul Vonk. ._. languages, and active in the AmorRo! ,ec ican Friends of Hebrew University, • at the Hebrew University phony Orchestra Dr. Williams, professor of history and vice president of the university, visited Israel on a study jrael of the Greater Miami Israel tour in 1955 'Bond Organization. Chairman of The presentations of the Miamithe Dior-Israel Fashion Festival is Israel cultural awards will be one Mrs. Emil Morton. Mrs Jack segment of the elaborate Festival Katzman is chairman of the Israel Dr. Ryan." professor of sociology of the Arts dinner. Other highBond Orianization WomenDivisand chairman of the Department |,ghts will include a premiere ion. cf Sociology at Uk4J^.f M. segst -"• an extended period in Israel as guest of the Hebrew University. Dr. Friedl. professor of romance "? %  %  %  sei eral j • ars Dr. Seviuky, tor "f the Miami S> mphonj I >i i ai I %  lians Symphon; Senior Citizens Plan Rally Here Cit •• A H known f orum on Sunday, 2 p.m.. at BayMi., hiteel was consultant i ro nt Auditorium. in the construction of Israel*! Speakers will include former pact oi I Israel, his %  :'-. .. %  and %  Vliai •t. was % %  %  ... ] pi Weil, : at 1 : %  • tan! %  t for ai \ : approved by 1 Jruup "f Miami civic, OUSUH and cultural leaders comprising thr ^ major hotels, the Dan. AcSen claude pepper; State Rep. the board of selections for the cail 'a. and the Dan Larmel. He Carey Matthews; Metro Commissaward. Dr. Stanford is chairman was appointed consultant architect j oner j om sasso; Vice Mayor of Planning cooperation by the Civitan Club of Miami Beach of the board, with J. Neville Mcf or thc civi c Auditorium in Haifa Miami, David Kennedy; Sidney with he ce i e bration of Employ the Handicapped Week are Aronovitz. Miami City commission„,.,.,,,,, ~ > ,, %  ,. er; Mai Englander, vice mayor of < left to !" 3 ht > Henr Y Caro clufc secretary and officers of MiMiami Beach; District Rep. of ami Beach Federal Savings and Loan Assn.; Milton Sossin Cope, Art Hallgren; president of member of Gov. Farris Bryant's committee on Aid to Handi the Democratic Youth of Florida, capped, and speaker of the day at a Barcelona hotel lunc.nKeith Barish; and senior citizen eon; Gale Hovey, president of the club and vice president o! Mercantile National Bank; and P. Murray Lipkin, club director. Arthur and Samuel' Friedland. b v Ma vor Abba Hushi chairman of the Greater Miami IsMembers of the nominating rail Bond Organization, serving as committee have each long been co-chairmen. interested in the growth of IsDr. Stanford pointed out that the rael's cultural life. Dr. Tharp, A program of song and dance will also be presented, according to Irving Wodin. president of the sponsoring group, and Mrs. Norman Blakley. chairman of the rally and forum. Second Art Show At Beth Sholom at BABY TIME Sherwin Choos Stuart Jacobs Stephen Kline A new exhibition of paintings by Hugo Matzenauer. Hungarian artist, will open at Temple Beth Sholom on Wednesday and run through Nov. 10 in the Temple's ^^ newly-completed art gallery. i'J /§ /§ # The exhibition, on loan to the W^f / %  / A. m Temple from the Village Corner / jar \ i n corai G h ab es ; h V he ^ W second in a series which the Tern| pie is planning to display throughStuart Jacobs • gregation en Saturday morning, out the year under the aegis of Rabbi Mordecai Podet will ofOct 13 Rabbi Simon April will the Beth Sholom Arts Council. ficiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Stuart officiate. Jacobs during services Saturday Richard is a student in the conmorning, Oct. 13. at Temple Judea. g re gation's Hebrew school. Stuart is an eighth grade stuKiddush in his honor will follow dent at South Miami Junior High, the ceremony, and has won many awards in the Little Leagues. An A-student all Stephen Kline through religious school, he plans Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs. to continue his religious studies. Joseph H. Kline, will become Bar Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jacobs. Mitzvah at Beth Davids Saturday 5825 Twin Lakes dr.. will host the morning service, Oct. 13, conduct Kiddush in their son's honor. et j D y Rabbi Ncrman N. Shapiro. in the main sanctuary. „ .. Riel ard C „ he u in A t Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bar Mitzvah of Richard. son of Klme and of Nathan Alexander chairman. Mrs. David Drucker. Other members of the Council are Mrs. Herbert C. Bloom. Mrs Zachary F. Bailey. Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer. Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, and Mrs. Arthur Horowitz. Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Mr and Mrs. Morris Cherin, will one of the founders of the congrebe observed at Beth Emeth Congalion he celebrant s falher also Beach Lodge To Hear MD observed his Bar Mitzvah at Beth David. An eighth grade student at South Miami Junior High, Stephen studies piano and is interested in sports. Kiddush in his honor will follow the ceremony. • • Sherwin Choos Bar Mitzvah of Sherwin Scott Choos will be observed this Satur day morning, Oct. 13 at Beth Torah with Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiating. Miami Beach Lodge cf B'nai B'rith will hear Dr. Meyer Sklar in an address next Tuesday noon at the Lincoln Lane restaurant. Dr. Sklar will discuss "How is i Your Heart?" The session is part of the lodge's weekly luncheon series, which presents speakers throughout the season. On Tuesday, Oct. 23, guest will be Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Schwartzman orilh discuss "Power of the Book." Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones are a source of very real comfort to all. MIAMI S EXCLUSIVE JEWISH CF"•"t UK \&F77/F/ii/A A^OCOMMUN.Ir WAUSOIEIIM I MO 1-7693 UM Program At Hillel House Coral Gables B'nai B'rith Lodge and Chapter will present their anThe celebrant is the son of Dr. j nual L'nited Nations program on and Mrs. Marvin B. Choos and | Tuesday, at Hillel House. Univergrandson of Dr. and Mrs. A. Atlsity of Miami campus. 8:30 p.m. bi-rt Moser. Guest speaker will be John R Attending the Hebrew Academy ] Bethea. instructor at the Univerfor the fifth fear. Sherwin's main | sity of Miami and president of the subject is science. Coral Gables University Branch of %  wing th %  ceremony, a the American Assn. for the United luncheon will LLheld at "ToothNations, acres" and a dinner-reception will behel Home Auxiliary to Meet Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON Aronld Matyas Rabbi Alfred in will cfit the Bar Mitzvah of Arnold Matyas in Temple Zion on Saturday morning. Oct. 13. Arnold is the son of Mr and Mrs. Murray Matyas Miami Auxiliary of thf Ji Home for the Aged Will meet next Thursday. 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Rose Oberly, 1201 Obispo si Coral Gables, President of the group is Mrs (iladys Dinitz. Re-i freshments will be served.



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Friday. October 12. 1962 i-Jenisti fhrkBktn Page 7-B QUR High H jlidays are over. ** and among other things, we women are looking forward to the social season of the New Year Luncheons for the next several weeks will still find you in light-colored silks, the most popular fabrics being the silk linens and silk shantungs, with many moygashel linens in evidence. Pastel shades and whites [will predominate with an occa [gional deep jewel tone, and here and there the round the-year color of black. As this part of the country is I basically a two-season climate, the same hats that are worn during spring and summer are still considered in good taste. It is difficult to dress in the Gotham manner when the temperature remains in the high eighties, and |the sun is brightly shining. When the weather starts to Icool. then luncheons find the I v. ell-dressed woman in wool as her basic fabric. Wool knits. wool suits, wool sheaths, and Imany wool shift silhouettes will lb) -een. Although we don't ex[jirience an autumn, we show a I i i ference for true autumn collar's—deep greens, reds, and all %  shades of yellow from the bright [told to the burnished browns. ]Incidentally, if you are new to lour town, the well-dressed wornlen all wear hats and gloves to [important daytime social func tlcill• %  • EATHER will also be an important consideration in this beasoi's fashion picture. Texturpzed leathers in striking colors nil accessorize wool ensembles. Classically used in shoes and handbags, they'll be seen in col[>r accents in high style belts, ind as sheaths for umbrellas. The entire fashion industry is becoming more and more conscious of what texturizing can do; and so not only your leathers, but all your fabrics, including your hats, will have a unique touch to them. The after-five picture is always the most exciting because that is when we have the opportunity to be as glamorous and feminine as possible. Most of you prefer the short formats; however we have noted an increasing trend toward floorlength gowns. Chiffons always seem to have an ethereal feminine quality about them, therefore, their continued popularity may safely be forecast. Black is always chic, but a brilliant jewel tone for fall and winter is equally as good. The richness and body of peau de soie and satins are never to be underestimated. Exquisite detailing of hand embroidered jewel trim accents will provide us with much fashion copy for this New Year. Laces seem to increase in popularity each year. Among the two most frequently seen are the French chant, ll> and alencon. The chantilly, with its fine, delicate lace patterns is quite frail and feminine; while the alencon. usually reembroidered for extra body, is rich looking in its heaviness. The Belgium laces are finding their way into our local fashion picture, and while they are lovely, we probably won't see too many of them. With fifty-two weeks to look forward to, and almost that many social events to attend, it should be interesting to note how accurate this prognosis will be. The New Year brings', renewed anticipation of again seeing the old friends, and meeting new friends, and if any of you would like your columnist to include your group function, let-us'know. If possible, you'll be reading your name among these lines. Asthma Chapter Luncheon Meeting 'Breath of Life chapter of the ; Children's Asthmatic Research Injstitute and Hospital in Denver. will hold a membership luncheon on Tuesday at Westbrooke Country Club. Mrs. Myron Warshaw and Mrs. ; Ernest Nuefeld, chairman of the luncheon, said the function is open • to all women here. A movie following the luncheon will show the progress made at the hospital of a 12-year old boy. The boy was brought there from Brazil after a Life Magazine article one year ago told about the youngster and the lack of medical treatment available to him. Judaea Girls Due At UN Fete Here Chalootzie Tootzie Junior High Young Judaea Girls, meeting at Beth Torah Congregation, have been invited to participate in the United Nations Day celebration to be held at the Ida M. Fisher Junior High School on Miami Beach on Oct. 24. The group has previously performed at the Hialeah International Folk Dance Festival under their erstwhile leader. Sandra Levy. and will be directed both at this performance and at a meeting of i the Sisterhood of Pompano Beach Temple Sholom by Irving Rotman. Israeli dancing instructor. The Chalootzie Tootzies and the other Young Judaea groups from 3rd to 8th grades will hold their first meeting at Beth Torah Congregation on Monday evening, Oct. 15, with registration and inaugural ceremonies marking the occasion. pti-Mrs. Club Sees Thespians jOpti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach fid a luncheon meeting on W.-day at the Barcelona hotel. [Thespian Troupe of Miami Beach piior High, under the direction Jay W Jensen, presented a ser_S HI improvisations with Bruce B'ci-s Trudy Gertler and Doreen Dtrais, |At the meeting, members of the ul' donated trading stamp books p purchasing equipment needed the new .Masonic Children's fcnter. a day school for emotionly disturbed children. [First fund-raising affair for Opti will be a "Turn About" the;;luncheon at the Eden Roc It. on Dec. 5. The organiza|n's funds are pledged to scholarships for 17 children at the Montanari Clinical School in Hialeah. Mrs. Murray Sonnett is president of the club. Reservations chairman for the luncheon is Mrs. Arthur Liebowitz. Women to Hear Miami Newsman Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m. Jack Kassewitz, of television's "Important Show" and The Miami News, will be featured speaker. Luncheon will be served free of charge to Sisterhood members. Centers Will Highlight Sukkoth Sukkoth will be the highlight of this month's program at the four locations of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. An invitation is extended to all senior citizens to attend. Sukkoth and Simchas Torah will be celebrated in a Sukkah. traditional refreshments will be served, and special entertainment will be featured. The celebration will be held at the following locations: Miami Beach YMHA Branch, 1536 Bay rd., Tuesday, 6 p.m. A complete dairy meal will be served with entertainment and dancing to follow. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Jeanette Koppel, president. North County YMHA Branch, 14036 NE 6th ave.. on Tuesday evening. 8 p.m.. with Cantor Morris Berger, of Temple Adath Yeshurun. presenting a program of traditional songs, and special refreshments served, Mrs. Sarah Madison is president. Southwest YMHA Branch. 7215 Coral Way. on Wednesday, at 2 p.m. A complete dairy meal will be served, with entertainment and dancing to follow. In charge of tickets is Mrs. Pauline Epstein, president. Miami YMHA Branch. 450 SW 16th ave.. will hold its event on Thursday. Oct. 18. at 7:30 p.m.. with special refreshments and entertainment. UPHOLSTERING • ,• IN MIAMI SINCE 193? • • CHAIR 29 5 0 : AS LOW SOFA 49 50 INCLUDES LAIOR t MATERIALS PHONE 635-7683 Sunshine Chapter 'Country Fair 1 Sunshine chapter of B'nai B'rith will sponsor a •Country Fair" on Wednesday at the I'nified Hall. 2300 NE 171st St.. No. Miami Beach from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. New merchandise will be on sale and all funds raised will go to the organization-supported philanthropies. Chairman is Mrs. rrank Burg. At a coffee for members of the hostess committee of the Miami-Israel Festival of Arts, chairman of hostesses, Mrs. Emil Morton (left), chats with Mrs. Carl Weinkle and Mrs. Irving I.ehrman. Mrs. Morton hosted the coffee at her home last week in preparation for the Festival of the Arts dinner to take place Oct. 28 at the Fontainebleau hotel. 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n J by ISABEL GROVE day and date for the 'homecoming" cocktail party Lee kd Dr. Art tiro rli Filippi arc KlvillS i" Hielr home, PS S'V ?nt n %  is Sunday. Oct. 28, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Change due I confusion of dates with the caterers Guests at Uie attair. finally planned for the day before, are the Young Patronesses the Opera and their husbands the di Filippis recently reled from Europe, where they had less trouble booking stars H the Opera Guild's 1964 season E. Albert Pallot and his attractive bride. Hermine. are back Ironi a 25.000-mile trip around the continent of Africa Now "til the new Mrs. Pallot has to do is find a place in their apart%  ent for the many strange and primitive souvenirs they accum%  1*1' ; from exotic Kenya, Nairobi and Tangyanika Their Hmpanions on the tour, .lack and Gail Sandier, celebrated their %  eond wedding anniversary aboard the SS Rhodesia Castle, en > route to Zanzibar I A two month motor trip for Ethel and Ralph Spero, who logHd 9.000 miles Traveling north, they made stops in Boston, dfcunquitt. Me., kept going to Montreal and Ottawa, where they m* the impressive and picturesque changing of the guard to the %  companiment of Scotch bagpipes at the Parliament building Mntinued into Winnipeg, Calgary, Lake Louise and Banff ... On Ike return le., ol the journey; they stopped in Atlantic City to visit with Ethel's sister, Mrs. Harry Davidson, and another siskr, Mrs Celia Dietz, in Philadelphia. • %  Newly-married Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cone, of Deerborne School, shared their beautiful wedding cake with their five children, then took them along for the honeymoon on Miami Beach B. In addition to youngsters Laura Wepman, Perry Cone. Pamela Cone Bruce Wepman and Janathan Cone, the family manse also Mousethree dogs, two cats, and a horse called Pandora, who probably has to remain outdoors After an absence of 15 years, Ruth and Nate Sklar welcomed borne with a party hosted by friends, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cantor, 21 Hi Alhambra Circle Here to assume his duties as director of Retarded Children's Society of Dade County. Nate was chief psychiatric social worker at the U.S. Air Force Rehabilitation pital in Coral Gables while popular Ruth was serving as first jector of the Miami Beach YM and YwHA Day Camp, men atcd at 1 Lincoln rd. In the interim, Nate was executive ctor of the Jewish Family and Children's Service in ProvCe, R.I.. for 12 years Now with their three olispring. bara. Bill and Susan, they're catching up with their many nds who are showing every evidence of being happy to have ni all back. • [ When Janis (Mrs. Austin) Burke is in the mood to give a y. she doesn't let the fact that there is barely a stick of furniin her yet-to-be furnished living room deter her Invitas are now in the mail for a midnight surprise party Janis is osting with Pat Bromberg at her home. 2218 Alton rd., on the of this month Accustomed to female foibles. Austin is ed but resigned Visitors to the Japanese Steak House. Miami Springs Villas, illy charmed with the petite Japanese waitresses One. te maiden name was Ikuko. is Mrs. Jules Goldstein The Je met more than a dozen years ago in Tokyo where Jules a civilian employee with the U.S. Army They now have delightful children, William David 11, and Naomi Ruth 9 Smart enough to get "A's" in their school work and lucky gh to be the offspring of Armand Cerami, co-owner of Tony's Market, Armand, jr., and sister Calli were rewarded with a to New York to see several games in the World Series il> lives at 6437 N. Bay rd. • • Two attractive and popular local women, Mrs. Wolfie Cohen Miss Beverly Keusch. "trapped" by the Candid Camera crew week when they attempted to hail a taxi in front of their York hotel They have had to admit, reluctantly, that Jthey could say when the prank was exposed was "'Oh, no!" Watch for them on your local channels Internationally-recognized abstract artist. Dorothy Israel. put her own inimitable individual stamp on the Gallery resIBr.i' t before she gave up ownership recently, currently has some per paintings in a two-man exhibit showing in Frankfort, Gerpy She'll present slides of her work and a lecture to the ibers of the Miami Beach Art Assn., on Friday at the Wasb^on Federal bldg on Miami Beach George Milhet nas set himself a goal of getting 20.000 out-ofjobs for Cuban refugees in Miami One move in his camjn was to chair a luncheon Thursday at the Columbus hotel en by the Cuban Exile Industry to Industry Committee, attend[by Mayor Robert High and industry leaders A foursome seen dining at the Big Porterhouse restaurant in hdall, the William J. Weissels and the Stanley Roths Weisa Miami attorney, recently acquired control of the Bank of fmi Beach with Dr. Kurt Peiser Roth is executive vice sident of Mayflower Supply Leonard Zilbert. vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapwill attend the convention of Jewish Funeral Directors in Springs, Calif., in early December Wife Rosalind will Jnipany him on the two-week trip. the 1V< oman s li/or/J "dfewjish FloridHan Miami. Florida. Friday. October 12, 1962 Section B Planninq session for the 1S62 Shalom Cruise Mrs. Ben Essen. Mrs. Monier is Vice Consul sponsored by the Greater Miami Israel Assn. of Haiti. The Shalom Cruise is scheduled brings together (left to right) Mrs. Akiva GofNov. 8 to 20 aboard the SS Jerusalem. Zim fer, Mrs. Wolf Lazarus, Mrs. Maurice Revitz, Lines flagship. Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. Gladys Monier and Emanu-EI Ladies Will See Play At Annual Meet An original play, presented by the Temple Emanu-EI players. "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying." will high light the annual membership tea of Temple Emanu-EI Sisterhood en Friday. Oct. 19. 1 p.m.. in the Eden Roc hotel. Produced and directed by Mrs Trixie Levin, the play features all Sisterhood members in its adult cast. Piano accompanist will be Deva Solo v. Players include the Mesdames Ben Ball. Barbara Bessey. Leonard Glickman. Murry Koretzky. Rocky Pomerance. Bernard Selevan. Morris Tarasow, Steve Wald and Milton Weinkle. Children featured include Nancy Friedland. Lisa Gordon. Olivia Levin and Mindy Mitnick. Mrs. Theodore Zalles. membership vice president, will serve as chairman of the day. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. will be guest speaker, according to Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Sisterhood president. "This program is open to all new Temple members, and we hope that many of them will join Sisterhood on this occasion." Mrs. Goldstein said. Reservations may be made at the Temple office. Talking over plans for the annual membership tea of Temple Emanu-H Sisterhood, scheduled Oct. 19 at the Eden Roc hotel, are (left to riqht) Mrs. Trixie Levin, who is director and producer of the original play. "How to Succeed in Sisterhood Without Really Trying," which will be featured; Mrs. Theodore Zalles, membership vice president and chairman for the day; and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood president. Pioneer Clubs Slate Activities Pioneer Women. Bbe I del son Club, will have an Oneg Shabboi on Saturday, 1 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Sarah Bobier. 1211 Marseille dr., who has just returned from an extensive trip to Israel. Dr. Celia Davis, cultural chairman, will present a program which includes current topic discussions, reading, and singing. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. Isaac Offenh-enden is president • Kadimah chapter was to meet on Thursday at Beth David Synagogue. A film on the growth and development of Israel, and the help given by Moetzet Hapoalot. was to be featured. Mrs. Annette Blacker is program chairman. • Club 2 will hold installation ceremonies on Monday evening at Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave Miami Beach. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff is chairman Slate of officers includes Mesdames Irving Liftman, president: Abraham Shedroff. Miriam Wolfman, vice presidents; Nathan Ostrov, financial secretary; Sadie Rosenberg, treasurer; Aaron Liebman. recording secretary; Harry Greenberg. corresponding secretary. Also Mesdames Nathan Bookspan and Celia Oilman, chairmen. Moetzet Hapoalot; Sally Barr. membership chairman: Rose Marcus and Isaac Katz. chairmen. Child Rescue Fund; Gertrude Horowitz and Anna Godron. national fund chairmen; Sally Barr and Abraham Shedroff. publicity: Jos eph Mintzes. Israel Bonds; Sally Barr. journal: Joseph Mintzes and Nathan Bookspan. Histadrut; Nathan Bookspan and Bessie Ruchlin. Federation; and Aaron Liebman and Frieda Sack, cultural chairmen. Beth El Sisterhood Rabbi Solomon Schiff will install officers of the Congregation Beth El Sisterhood at the group's Sukkoth party to be held on Sunday in Dora August Memorial Hall at 7:30 p.m. UM Phi 5ig Unit Pledges Hopefuls local students at the University of Miami recently pledged by Phi Sigma Sigma sorority are: Eilene daughter of Mr. and Mrs Marvin Apple: Judith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scl H. Brown; Ellyn. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Saul 11 Kaplan; Mareia. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Noroff; Diana. daugghter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reynolds: Shan, daughter of Or and Mrs. Milton Saslaw; and Mareia. daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Leonard Wolfcr. USAF Officers ol the chapter are Audrey Borok. president: Suellen Gardner vice president: Roberta Bendell. recording secretary; Jayne Lubin, corresponding secretary; and Susan Englander. treasurer.



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Page 4-3 Friday, October 12 1332 Temple Judea Sisterhood will hold a dessert luncheon for members at the Temple on Oct. 24. Program of the day will be a "million dollar" fashion show consistina of jewels, furs and wigs provided by leading merchants of Coral Gables and mcdeled by Sisterhood members. Coral Gables Police will provide armed guards for the jewels by Balogh's, furs by Adrian Thai, and wigs by Lar.or. Mrs. Martin Nash (standing) is shown wearing a jasmine white straight mink sto'.e and a diamond necklace, including 10 mil pearls with a 10K diamond clasp and diamond earrings. Mrs. Joseph Krefetz (seated) is wearing a silver blond imported human hair wig. 45K diamond necklace, fancy diamond cocktail ring, and diamond earrings. Commentary will be by Mrs. Joseph Snyder. Pioneer Women's Council Plans Leaders' Training Seminar Here Next Tuesday Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women will hold its fourth annual Leadership Training Semin.ir on Tuesday from 10 a.m.. in the Algiers hotel. Mrs. Leo Goldman, vice president of the Council, will serve as chairman of the seminar, which will deal with the many undertakings and achievements of the Pioneer Women and its sister organization. Moetzet Hapoalot in Israel. Wise Chapter To Hear Review The regular meeting of the Louise Wise chapter of the American Jewish Congress will be held on Thursday. Oct. 25. at the Carillon hotel. Luncheon will he served at 12:30. followed hy a book review by Rabbi Samuel April. Rabbi April, spiritual leader of Coral Waj Jewish Center, will review the book '"Perfidy.' by Ben Hecht. Mrs Herman Feller president of the chapter, will conduct the meeting and discuss plans for the appearance "f Mrs Betty Alderson, national director of the Women's Division, at a luncheon fashion -how to be held in Movem ber Mi> Isidor eBaum will give the invocation, and Mrs Anna White will lead the group in the National Anthem. Hostesses under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Townsend. will be Mrs. Rose Glickson. Mrs. Ida Glickson. Mrs. Bee K. Meyers, and Mrs. Rae Bernstein. The two groups jointly are responsible for the founding and maintenance of some 1.000 institutions of Israel's vast social service program. Openinj session welcome will be given by Mrs. Milton Green, president, and Mrs Goldman's keynote theme will be "Know-How of Organization." Morninj sessions will be addressed b> Mrs. Sally Barr. Council membership chairman; Mrs. Etta Lichtblau. president of Aviva chapter? Mrs Fred Sandier and Mrs Milton Kessler, who will pre-. • • i member>h:p -k Also Mrs Moses M president; Mrs I i., Bickow, vice president of Club 1; ami Mrs. Fred Sandier, who will give a monologue. Lunch will be served at 1:15 p.m.. and Mrs. Marvin Copenhagen will give the invocation. Afternoon workshops will be on "Treasurer's Woes" b> Mrs Sarah Shapoif. and "Dues Blues'" by Mrs .lack Sttla Partie • • • in > imple meeting '.' %  rt's Rules i > %  : ler' are MrGreen. Mrs S.%  :• Mrs I ick Sills i I • Mrs N'otkii •u M: :-:.,: spending tarj Mrs Moses Meyi Mrs. ; %  '• -r Her, program: Mrs. Oscar .' • r %  rtzet; Mrs Isaac Pushkin chairman of the nominating committee; and Mr-. Joe Feld, committee report Mrs Abraham Shedroff. immediate past president of Club 2. who has recently returned from Israel, will conclude the day's activities with a report on "Impressions ef Israel." PTA's to Study Knotty Problems %  ..• clud %  -'' nl '"V", si tax funds I .r gchools, and international foreign problems will be liscussed at this year's annual iff** tive Workshop sponsored by all the PTA's of public schools on Miami Beach at a meeting Wednesday, from 9:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.. at Washington Federal bldg.. 1KW Normandy dr. Frank Sloane. director of research for the Hade County Board of Public Instruction, and chair man of school education for the Florida Congress of Parents and Teachers, will speak on the school financing problem. Mrs. Frank Roth, representative of the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Dade County, will report on the proposed constitutional amendments and other is sues on the Novemoer general election ballot. The legislative programs if the sta i • and nal PTA's will be p, sented o> Mrs Elliot legislate e '• iirm in I >r Id %  M Fish r Jui r High and Mrs Mill slal in foi Naul High Student a i I %  ''" impion lebate team il Miami Beach Senior High, will disi foreign trade legislation and other aspects of international toricgn policy There will also be a report on PTA participation in legislative action to restore the cut in foreign aid funds for Cuban refugee education in this area, and a summary' of the calendar of United Nations Day observance. Mrs. Marshall Ruff, legislation chairman of Treasure Island Elementary School, has arranged a special luncheon for the workshop Mrs. Sherman Kaplan is area coordinator for the Miami Beacn PTA's. and Mrs. Maurice Serotta is workshop chairman. Sisterhood of Temple Menorah will hold a Sukkoth dan^ OP. Sunday, 8:30 p.m.. in the Social Hall of the Temple. Planrung the professional entertainment, dancing to a well-lcnowi orchestra, and supper are (left to right) Mrs. Richard Schwars. Mrs. Isaac Sapirstein. Mrs. Norman Shapiro, chairmen. r.i Mrs fack Segal. Sisteihood president is Mrs. Ray Morse. Einstein HddaSSah Women's Auxiliary Meefinj 'Champagne' Fete Kasha Recipe Book Available Delicious kasha is me of the easiest wa to aid a l tt of old fashioned ta-te to your holidav as [uick is bopping n beating in •-ind cooking for 15 minut F r kasha "jusl like iirr used "i make follow the trail tional lir >cti >ns on the W tff's ka.-ha package, produced by the 165-year oil Birkett Mills and en joyed in Jewish homes : >r many genera"i 10 For recipes and suggestions in using kasha to give meals excit ing variety, send for your lift copy of Kasha Cookbook Inclu 1 ed are such deliciou."haimische favoriteakasha stuffings for mrl, veal and helze : ir • %  r jreei pers or i -His W S.V Albert Eii -• 'in group of Had .,-. i n %  % %  cms ir a "Champagne Luncheon on Tuesday noon at Congregation Yehudah Moshe. Chairman of the day. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, announced that more than 200 members and guests will attend the recruitment affair. Kntertainment is tinder direction of Mrs. Samuel Spira A humor oumusical skit, entitled "What a Conspiracy." will be presented, featuring Mesdames S. G. Sherman. Henry Gilbert. Ella Klebanow. Ben Beldner. Sol Goldstein. I (', Gold. Irving Wilner. Louis Kantor, Merle I.itman. Charles Roth. Sam Spira. Adolph Jacobs. Arthur Willens and Irving Wilson The scenic art work has been lesigned by Mrs Bernie Herman The author, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe, ia past president of the Miami !•'•• %  : •: II i I i--ah Hi stess committee includes the Mesdames Norman Lyons Joseph J ihn Ranhofer, David iMartin A'.-i Irving Wilson Bernie Her R ..: ir meet '• rtl. %  Women's Auxiliarj • I the War Veterans was day evening at Washington :"-:• era! Savings and Loan ASM Washington ave The organiata is planning another meeting O.t 24. 8:15 p.m.. at Washington :'.-. eral on Normandy 1-le Beach Chapter Luncheon Meet B'nai B'rith Women of Kkal Beach chapter will hold a lmt> eon meeting on Tuesday noon a' the Sorrento hotel At 1:30 p.m.. the meeting il be open to the public for a pt gram which will include a (Ml speaker. President of the group is I* Lenore Gerstenfield man. Albert Wunsch. ani B> Beldner Hadassah is currently • new members to help jupp i pitals and medii Israel. NOW! Ulllll TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS Ty hH that full. WOndMV M "tiny lima tt leaf flavor". No-Partner Parents to Meet Parents Without P irtn irs Florida will meet next Thin I evening. Oct. 18. at the Allapattah Lion's Club. 4343 NW 17th sve Dr. T. E. Moore, practicing chiatrist in Miami for 30 years. will speak on "Sea Members of the group are unattached husbands and wives with children. Further information is available at P.O. Box 4111. 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