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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
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'olume 35 Number 1
M.ami. Florida, Friday, January 5. 19G2
Two Sections Price 20'
'ornpaiir.g notes after a successful meeting of
..e Combined Jewish Appecl Pacesetters Com-
mittee ere (left to right* Joseph Meyerhoff, Uni-
; Jewish Appeal national chairman; CJA
r^mp-aign chairmen, Ccl Kovens; Leonard
Rosen, who mads the b.ggsst Individual .n-
crease over his previous year's conirib".'tirn;
Rabbi Herber Friedman, U,'A executive direc-
tor; and Samue! N. Friedland, ?c resetter
chairmen.
CJA Pacesetters Pledge Over $385,000
In Record Launching of 1962 Campaign
esetters of Greater Miami's Combined Jew -h Appeal set i fasl pace r campa contributors
.. nighl when about f*i leaders pledged more man $385,000 to hep [inane* the needs I more lhan
ocaL national and overseas agencies
i ontributions by those present at the dinner in the Diplomat hot<
me 40 percent over the previous year Several of the individual
U Nu Views on Arab Refugees
Unpleasantly' Surprise Gurion
JERUSALEM Cal net Sunday thai he was "unpleasant!) surprised" by the joint
atemenl issued in Cairo by Burmese Premier U Nu and United Arab
Republic President Gamal Mule! Nasser declaring "support for the
.) restoration ol all rights ol the Arab people of Palestine in con
ity with the Charter and Cni-
I averaged an approxin ate increa si
major gilts announced at the mcet-
,ng, however, rang'.d as hitjh a>
our times the amount given in
961
T!i< Pact setters Coi tec .hi ad
(I by Samuel N. Fru I an I mel to
el the 1362 "Nea H .-.- cat
n ot* tj .i rani ;r._ art,
The Cr-r,bined Jewish Appeal
raised S 1,245 000 last year. No
official goal has been announced
Continued on Pa 7-A
JTAI i or
watching with
: e s tua i Jev in
r; .. aft< r a *eekei d of vioN net
in > hich at least fve Jews were
Hi and some 40 wounded in
i :... ,n thai Algerian city. A
rfew was imposed on Oran Fri-
:> night and remained in effect.
The organizations have so far
Seen unable to reach their offices
\!g( r... in efforts to lean, more
..bout '11 lighting between .lews
ith French securitj forces and
ui'h Mosli m- in someol the bloodi
-t intercommunal battles in Oran
.li several months.
The clashes began, accordir.3
to French efficial sources, when
a small group cf Jewish youth
marched through the streets of
Oran on Friday shouting the tra-
ditional European slogan of
"French Algeria." Some reports
said that the demonstration was
oarked by a broadcast of the
OAS, the French underground,
directed to Oran s 30,000 Jews.
On ihe outskirts ol Ihc Jewish
,i arti r. tl manning Jews were
: ( bj ?ecuritj forces who tried
j dispersi thi m. No details were
. of the exact circumstances
Continued on Pace 2 A
Nations resolutions."
statement was issued bj
i nt Nasser and Premier I
the end of the latter s five-
t. ) sit to Cairo and lass than a
leek after Israeli Premier B< n
I unon concluded a lo-da> visit to
UUINTHAI AGfNT
Hilton Raps
Arab Threat
\ ;: W YORK IJTA i A
kesman for the Hilton Interna-
tional Corporation said that plans
the hotel chain to operate a ho-
built in Tel Aviv would no! be
l( end by a boycott threat irom
i American-Arab Association for
nu ret and Industry nude s<\
i ral days ago.
The threat was contained in a
Utter to Conrad Hilton, president
M Lihenthal. secretary counsel of
the Association and former officer
et the anti-Zionist American Coun-
cil for Judaism. Cordon W. Reed.
,h Biirme-e Premier m Rangoon.
Observers here noted that the
Cairo statement is a verbatim
repetition of the paragraph on
Palestine adopted by the neutral-
ist "summit conference" in Bel-
grade last September. At that
conference, President Nasser had
pressed for a sharp anti-Israel
statement, but his efforts were
thwarted by Premier U Nu, who
secured the adoption of the mild-
er version.
Premier Ben-Gurion, who was
asked for his reaction to the Cairo
nenl alter he reported to the
Cabinet -n bis visil lo Burma, said
hai Ins appreciation for Premier
I \u remained unchanged In his
report on the trip. Mr de.i-Gupon
,i1. -i. i the political, economic
and cultural imporianci '
i... \' u.> with Burma, which he
, cril i j- a l'""1 ",l '.....'' in
Continued on Page 2-A
Dramatic Gain' in Civil
Rights Reported Nationally
V.'W YORK(JTAiCivil rights in the United Stales during 1961
,,.,. marked : n atic gains" through Federal executive action.
criminal on still
he biggest blots
11 ni m> "
lined "one ol
on the American
no Jewish orgai....... agreed this week in year-end reviews
The Anti-Defamation League ol B'nai Brith, however, aftei
ing President Kennedy tor "the imaginative vigor with which h
,oth the authority and prestige ol
.,. ffice to further Ihe cause ol
civil rights asserted thai the
President's decision net to press
f r civil rights legisl ition in the
1961 Congress was ".> keen disap-
pointment to civil rights leaders
The Jewish I. a hoi- Committee,
declaring that thi Federal Govern-
ment had shown during 1061 "a
marked concern for the rights ol
its citizens over pas! endeavors In
oilier administrations.*' asserted
that the field of employment dis
laud
Used
EMZRGENCY CITED
Europe Seeks
Refugee Flood
Assist Funds
LONDON (JTA) The Com-
bined Overseas Rehabilitation and
Refugee Appeal reported here this
week (hat European Jewish com-
munities were "facing almost im-
possible problems in attempting to
ioi i with a new Hood ol refugees."
The organization said that Ihe refu-
ses had created immense prob-
lems, both immediate and long?
term, tor the Jewish organizations
to which thej have turned for as-
- .stance
A flood ol refugees is concentrat-
ed in Marseille-. CORRA reported,
| declaring that the city's Jewish
population rose Irom 8.00O in the
liloO's to marly 40.000 even before
he Jewish refugees started to
swell its numbers." The organi-
zation stressed the refugees -need
emergency aid, cash, food, mcdi-
i ,i.i s and bousing."
The report said that the most
recent arrivals of refugees were
from Tunisia and estimated thai
3,500 Tunisian Jews entered
France in the last few monfhs.
It emphasixed that about two-
thirds are French nationals and
are eligible for government as-
sistance, but more than one-third
re Tunisian citiiens and depen-
dent on assistance from local
Jewish agencies.
The Tunisian Jews, ihe report
slated, represented only a part of
"Both major corporations and
local businesses maintain a res-
ervoir of discrimination in their
hiring patterns and practices,"
the JLC reported. "Such indus-
tries as banking, insurance, air-
lines and railroads have wide-
Continued on Page 12-A
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s H--W t' s-
A successful 1862 Com
bined Jewish Appeal in Great-
. 1 Miami can help the Jew-
ish communitj ol E u r 0 p e
mecl the rising immigration
lidi How? See Page 8-fiA
U.S. Lists $32 Million in Aid to Israel in '61
...... ^ ,i-ri> p,n United States Department of Com Development Loan Fund. Mutual
WASIHNG.oN ^ %;;k ^ U rcce,v'. a tota. of about Securitj and the Agricultural
mice issued a report this .ik inai ''" rru,, Iw,
JW(MK)(M)0 in I S net foreign aid for the fiscal year of 1B61 lh.
en lor Judaism, uoroon w. iwwu, SM,ww.ww < entita and other assistance-
chairman Of Texas Gulf Producing total represents the m,J^ ^ ,. s
CO.. is president of the American- except m"
Arab Association.
In his letter, Mr. Lilienthal in-
formed the hotel magnate that he
had just returned from a meet-
ing with the chairman of the
Continued on Page 6-A
, Trade Development and Assistance
! \ct. which includes loans to for-
, -i-n governments and private in
ulitary .id provided by US. agencies for the period ending g^ ^ S10(IOOOO()
De-
lune 30 1961. the Commerce
Partment reported. 'he Agricultural Trade and Dcvcl
i ,i,:opment Act. and agricultural com
The report said Israel was tb |P ^
rpeinient of $8 tMMI 000 in grants ,n
undff the Mutual Security AC. S14.000.00o in net credit
foreign currency available
under Ithrougb the Export Import
iviuals. and S10.0OO.tHH) in other
ISSlStance undei Mutual Security
jnd the Agricultural 'trade and
Development Act.
The report added that the U.S.
made collections of some $14 mil
Bank, lion in principal collections front
Israel during fiscal year ltitil to
reduce a moss total ol $28,000,000
credit disbursed to $14,000,000.
Ihe report pointed out that net
ior militan aid to the Near East
area increased over the preceding
year, except to Israel and Saudi
\rabia. A total ol $44,000,000 in
'net non-military aid to Israel was
riven during fiscal 1961. the re-
port said.


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January 5. 1962
V'Jewlst) ITkrudlvriir
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progress report from
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ANO IOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI
lielping families
lako two sure steps
to financial success ^
This Report is of progress made b> you, if you're
alread) our customer, and bj hundreds of your neighbors.
Our savers again shared two big earnings distributions
this year. Total l%l earnings of approximately 55,700,000
are proof of their growing financial security
Main families were able to move into homes of their own
in 1961. through our personalized finance plans. Now they
are heading safely, steadily toward debt-free ownership.
Satisfied with your pace of progress? Then let's sit down
together and plan a savings or home-ownership program
I give you a greater measure of success in 1962.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31,1961
ASSETS
Cash on Hand
and in Banks......$ 4.1 64.3 l 6.7I
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LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
Savings Accounts................$155,379,01 1.75
U.S. Gov't Bonds ... 14,008,969.54 18,173,286.25 I Advanicts from
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580,343.43 I
First Mortgage Loans.............
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock.....
Loans on Savings Accounts........
Real Estate Owned..............*
Buildings, Land and Equipment.....
Deferred Charges and Other Assets------659,663.68
TOTAL ASSETS..........$178,092,344.40
Federal Home Loan Bank
Loans in Process .........
* Escrow Funds
76,765.53 |
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Income Collected in Advance
5,500 000.00
2,737,364.23
415,976.46
351,405.83
757,317.93
5,379,103.31 | Surp,us flnd Reserves............. 12,901,268.15
TOTAL LIABILITIES
AND RESERVES.......... $178,092,344.40
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prisal oi their :ord a) relations v..;
trade w.th I
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from then paper campaign.
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threat has failed h a also a basic-
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la submit lo cr-is bullying W* be-
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Your savings will now earn more at First Federal of
Miami, for America's Oldest Federal has increased
its dividend rate to 4\% per annum, paid quar-
terly. .. that is, four times a year.
This dividend increase is made possible by First
Federal's achievement of an operating expense
ratio substantially lower and more efficient than
for savings and loan associations in general. The
dollars thus conserved through economical man-
agement are available for dividends on savings
without any increase in First Federal's mortgage
interest rates and without reduction in reserve
strength.
Because this dividend rate increase is based upon
economy of operation rather than anticipated in-
crease of income, First Federal pledges that it will
continue making home mortgages during the first
half of 1962 without any change in its present mort-
gage interest rates of 51 > 534 % and 6% per
annum, nor will there be any increase in residen-
tial loan expenses, .t.-* -
First Federal is also proud to have been the leader
in a new policy of paying dividends on a quarterly
basis. This means that every three months your
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Jewish Studies
College Resumes
> i ,-vr i>! ilu' College
ol ,i. s:uilios will .:''! >''
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;\. '' i !'..\ III Coi i in co-
nn a- ad.i edui an.>n
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'or i'io second SO rester, Life-
Km* cf .1 Je exploring Jew
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HittOii Rejects
Arab Threat
Con '". ;e i
Arab bcyco'l Co.......itee in Da-
mascus. He told Mr. Hilton that
it he oioceede..J with ?-,$ plan* in
ae1 it means the loss of Hi!-
o- hfl dings in Ca ro tnd the end
of a-N p i > >.-. might t-jv* in
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other government officia's m cut-
irg a 'ope of orange blossoms
ssmbolic of the bovq^et of
orange b Os-.c "s which
Ht-'\ M Ftaglei V l
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CJA Pacesetters Open With $385,000


Movie star William Bendix (left) is pleased to rsceive a cita-
tion from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital presented to him on the
ic: c: a recent performance here in Miami. Making the
r.tation is hospital trustee Harold Thurmcn, who praised
hi -::qed artor "for spreading qood cheer" on the occasion
visit to the new hospital.
each Principal
[o be Specker
Katz, principal of Miami
\ nior High School, will be
taker at a meeting ol par-
e Hebrew High School ol
i (>i Jew ish Education.
,,r: ol the evening's pro
be devoted to parent
inferences regarding the
ol indh idual classes and
I thi children.
held Wedne
Bureau i t Jew
r ling The H'
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ol his sch l< nts
;. in branches i cati I
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Diabetics Jested Here
A total <>t 12.054 persons were
lesied during "Diabetic Detection
Week" in l.he Greater Miami area,
u was announced by Dr Seymour
L. Alterman, chairman of the drive.
sponsored by Ihe Vmerican Diabet-
h \->n. and ihc Dade County Medi-
cal Assn.
Continued from Page 1-A
for this year's campaign, accord-
ing to Cal Kovens, /lereral cam-
paign chairman. Tuesday right's
success was credited by Kovens
to 'the f*.-t that our commun-
ity's leaders get out fror.f and
lead."
"Greater Miami's Jewish com-
munity number- almost 100 000
now." Kuvi,..- said., "They warn
lo knov thai thesr lea lers are
lead*is in de< d as well as in
speech. 'I he} tound out Tuesday
nijjht thai this i- true Our leaders
Ceel atra__; that they must set a
got l exa aple tor their [i How citi-
zi -
In addition to Kriedland and
Kovens, the group hiard (rom Jos-
eph Meyerhoff, national chairman
i i the I uted J'.' i.-li Appeal.
The L'JA represents the over-
seas needs financed by the cam-
paign, and i> the largest single
beneficiar) of Miami's Combined
Ji ish Appeal. ^
Meyerhoff pointed to the in-
creased cost of absorbing immi-
grants into Israel, where more
than 1.000.000 pi rsci speaking
dozens of different languages have
arrived since 1943.
Max Orovitz, Miami Jewish lead-
er, and Herbert Friedman, execu-
tive director of the I'r.ited Jewish
a!, al o s th
"The joeakers errphasiied that
the "New Hor:zo--s" theme for
the 1962 campaign points up the
fact that t!i's ysar's CJA must
raise substantially more money
than last year to meet the /jrow-
ntg rcjuiremerts of the com-
munity's overseas, rational and
local beneficiary agencies.
The N'< li' rizi ns an therefor
- Ki m ns explaii I
our community to reac h for
and al lain them W< 're
ivi li rail start n ind
i call upon our people in every
phas ol tin campaign to put forth
.he utmosi effort io achieve sue-

B G Predicts Welfare State
By Special Report
NEW YORK Prime Minister
Davi Ben-Gunon predicted this
veck ;. al in 23 yi ai Ihe L'nited
States may become "a welfare
slate with a planned economy."
Ben-Gurion said he based his
prediction on ihe a-Mimption tha-
the years ahead will see an mcreas-
icrcc of American workers
and farmers, and rising political
Importance ol men of science.
The Israeli leader's remarks
appeared in an article in the cur-
rent issue of Look Magazine, in
which the magazine marked its
25th year of publication and pre-
sented the forecasts of leading
world figures about the next
quarter of a century.
According to Ben-Gurion, this de-
vel pment in th,' United States will
be accompanied by a "gra lual de-
mocratization of Ihe Soviet Urn i"
a- a result <>i "internal pressure of
I constantly growing Intelligi n
in Russia for more freedom and
pressure of the masses for
raising their living standards.''
Thi- will lead, Ben-Gurion said,
io a world in 1987 in which "all
armies will be abolished, and there
v. ill be no more war-."
Tin- 73-y. ar-old Prime Minis' r
ilso predi< ted thai the l'nited Ma-
ns, "a truly United Nation."
will build a "Shrine of the Pi- h
ets" in Jerusalem which will be the
seal of the "Supreme Court of Man-
kind."
Vouffi Croups Hold Meetings
Congregation Yehudah Moshe
Young Judea Croups of boys and
girls meet everj Tuesday at 7:30
p m. AZA boys also meet on Tues-
., the same hour.
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Judaea Groups
Hold Conclave
'IsraelLan I an I i's People"
,i ihe : > recent Young
aea conclave al Owaissa Bauer,
.i Gerald S >ltz Zioi si Youth
, mmi-s a lounced.
\1 ,:- from all
er Miami parti I in discus-
dancing, skits,
ports, .:.! Oncg ?hal bal sen ic< -
i r thi direc ion of Sandra Levy
rnel Ciji i ssisted by
Linda Edelman, I Ihia Schorr,
trinna Schwartz and Bob Charnin
Discussions centered on "Tbeo-
, r He: .' F ler ol Zionism.'
Israel's Fighl t >r Independence"
Modern Daj Israeli Life."
Camp committi a as headed by
ided Mr and
,ii i-' i a : k Fart* nbloom. Mrs
Mill, i d Mrs Manuel Bur-
u.n Ki sin r meals for the Sab
iath were from Phil p VV iss, ol
He Royal Hun i : estaurant.
Attending were Perrj Leff. Stev-
en Labell, Robin August, Bonnie
l ::..,!. Sara Drapkin, Ellen Reifl
Barbara Blum, Wend} Eisenstadt,
jack) Fi ster. Ruth Gold. Donna
sti .: erg Patti Karp, Carol
Shweky. Ronni Fried, Bonnie Plat:.
In nc rurncr, Judj Karg, Janice
A'ii er, Arnold Powell. Reed Gor-
I, i. ,,., | ard Weldi n. Parry Gold,
Barbara Weinstock. Gila Berger
Judy Si rn, Leslie Picker. Susan
Roth, Helena Fruchter. Toby Fir-
lei, Steven Shavin. Sharon Shavin,
Bonnie Cohen. Jean Enzer, Mi-
chele Lebar, Bob Lebar, Karen
Li fkowitz, M, rsha Whitman. Karen
Laurence Marilyn Seideman. and
Sandra Goldstern.
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'Players' to Meet
Members of Temple Knianu-EI
will gather at the congregation's
North Branch building .Monday
evening for an open meeting oi
Temple Emanu El Players.
Highligh! will be a dramatic
reading of Mure Siegal's "My Un-
; redictable Story-Telling Father."
directed by Pre I stein
Member- of the cast, in addition
to stein, include Helen Geltman.
D i-id and Leoi ard Glickman. Reu-
ben Levin, Leo Rokeach, and Jim-
mj Rosentrauch.
President of the Player- i- Myron
M it nick.
Regional Director to Speak
Temple Judea Bro herhood will
hold it- monthl) breakfast >m Sun-
day al 9:15 a m. Gerald Schwartz,
r. gional director of the American
. ol Ihe Hebrew University,
will i. si speaker.
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who ratioi
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Mi I > nberg -aid Thej u t Iw e
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Women, the B nai B r.-n w
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Tneyre working n the vital T,aje, and P o'e,.
.ions Council, headed by chairman Hyland Rife,
and v.c- cha.rmin Marshall S Harri, l.h ,3
r.ght are Robe. 5chojk.lt Ha.fc rl C 3>er
and ot'
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men in the various divisions and groups
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>up, H/land Rifas, Trades and Professions Insurance group.
JDC OFFICIAL REPORTS TO MIAMI LEADERS
kge Increase in Immigrant Aid
roatl> Increased appropna
I I .- !- .. I's immigrant ab-
r; I on problems were urged !><
< .i Combined Jewish Appeal
ill meeting this w e ok by
rberl Katzki, as-ivt;mt direc-
i.i! for merseas op^ra
"i i'ic Joint Distribution
Dilllllii c
i'zki gave an off-the-record
tort to the Trades and Profes-
Its Council of the \i Ne II"
in'- campaign,
"I can ifll you this much for
blication," the official said.
1v have a lot of immigrants
ling into Israel in search ot
i freedom they've never known,
they're arriving penniless.
|Ve sot :o get them there, re-
tip them, and train them tor
Iful occupations. All of this
< money. and we're looking
lo your
here in
HfRBfffT KATZKI
Combined Jewish Appeal
Miami to help."
As assistant director-get
Katzki -s deeply invon I in Im-
p'ciiu I-. in I h e o\ : i i- '
;> re1'.- '.]',' n progri
.IDC. which It ng ail to h indi ds
ei ihousan ol -.< Jj Jt in 27
countrii -
He first I ID I a I in
1936 and v in assigned i. n i n
headquarters 1939 He fled
fri ml r;s in 1940, < daj be-
fore Na i irooi s entered th.
and esti bhsht (' new hca I |uai
in l,i-i n
The meeting was chaired by
Hyland Rifas, Trades and Pro-
fessiont Council chairman. The
group also he. rd from Cal Ko
vens. campaign chairman; Mar-
shall S. Harns. council vice chair-
man; and Arthur s Rosichar ex-
ecutive d.rector of the (Ire itor
Miami Jewish F ftew nonyons tEmpaign
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. ices, Efraim II Gale,
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Stuart Sunness
Shoes group.
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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION
As O' Deceo-Der 31. 1961
DIRECTORS
ONE 1(0
DiC 31. "HO
$ 2Cc: 415979
121M B53 M
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1 653.800 00
5.341.96S 8
39$: 18 "8
ASSETS
'a-1: md Sec rit>es 01 Itie
US 'ffT es
f >.' rtgagc Loans
Loans on Si. ngs Aec<
Feoeral Home Lean Ba-ik Stock
Off C Buildings, Equipment and
Paring Lots
Other Assets ........
TOTAL ASSETS ................. $150,212.333 99
LIABILITIES
Saving! Recounts .... $133.8"8.?59.40
e [can Bank Advances 2 OPO.OOO.OO
Loans r-::ess ........ 2C7b.854.19
abilities ........... 3M.843 02
Unea-ned Income ............ 319.007.96
Swp us and Reserves ............... 11573.689.42
fOTAl LIAG :S ........ $150,212,333.99
DECEMBER
31, 1961
b 16,701 650.27
142 793,993.96
I38.091.S8
2.036,400.00
5,248,104.94
597,517,38
S167,515 758.13
S148.739,627.15
2,000.000.00
2,725,456.31
377,107.10
917,874.34
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FROM THE TALMUD
The P.r-'.m Proselyte
k i' .lot Rabbah, 7.
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you I Torah'"
Hf a%retd j''.i thowed him the
aleph.'
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MNSMTfON -
Mount Zion
Mount Zion in Jerusalem serves
i> as a spiritual center for pil-
1 from Israel ami the Diaspo-
According to tradition. King
lavtd is bunet' on Mount Zion
|i"m it, it 1- possible to view the
US of the old city and the site
'he Temple, which are in nou-
rish hands
ll'rior to the emergence of the
late, it was the custom to visit
pi pray on Mount Zion on the
Vast of Shavuot. which is the au-
rersary of King David's death.
<" Arabs allowed isolated Individ-
only to visit there and that
|lj against payment. In the War
Liberation, Mount Zion was con-
jured, and it is the most import-
V holy place outside the walls of
I- Old City 111 Israel hands
I li the tomb of King David
f'i the adjoining synagogue, there
on Mount Zion the cellar of the
'locaust, where are stored urns
;he ashes of the martyrs of the
3n Religion is Not 3 Belief;
It Must be Way of Life
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layni s
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RABBI JONAH CAH.AN
. more education
BY RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Hebrew Academy
The political and social climate
in Ann r <-:i i- such today thai to
pr< i ss non beliel in God Is re-
gan'eu m some quarters as treason.
We hear a howl and cry going up
ail over America lor more reli-
gion m the public schools one
state even enacted a law requiring
all Us employees to take an oath
thai lhey believe in God a law
eclared unconstitutional. The Su-
l i irt, sensing the mood
and temper oi the American peo-
ple, votes to uphold the Sunday
I lo g law. What doc.s all this
mean?
For some w ''li intentioned peo
;>!e. public religious observances
are the panacea for all our ills.
We must prove lo ourselves thai
we are a God believing people, and
we will be saved For others, re-
ligion i- nothing m o r e than a
cloak ol r. ^portability Like pa-
triotism, it is the last resort ol Ihe
scoundrel In the namo of God one can justify discrimination, hatred,
one man for another. Religion to them is a crusade for a holy war to
rid the world of what t'les call evil, even it it means the destruction ol
the human race
In this week- portion of the Bible, we read that the Egyptians reter
to the plague vis ted upon them as the "linger ol God." Alter denying
the existence ol God this was a public confession that He does txist.
This confession of f:'ith.. however, in no way influenced 'he political
or social climate of that country There was no equation ol the faith
with a better way of life. The acceptance of the existence ol a God had
no relationship to their practice ol shivery and the inhuman treatment
of their fellow-man.
The milieu in America todav reflects the same kind ol thinking.
Everybody talks about religion, but nobody does anything about it to
make it a moral force lor good in our community. It does not make lor
more honesty or brotherly love It does not contribute to peace
Judaism does not accept this concept of religion. The beliel in (lod
is secondary to the performance ol his Mitzvoi From a passage in the
Book of Jeremiah our sages infer God saying to Ihe children of Israel.
"I would thai you forsook me but kept my Law "
Religion is not just belief. It is a way of life. It is an instrument
through vhieh ws elevate ourselves above the evil around us to lead a
better waj of life ami to help improve the lot of those around us. To
keep ii- from being contaminated by the corroding social influences of
our tunes, we need a deeper and broader understanding ol what is the
Jewish hei.'. ^>- We need more ,l< wish education. It is the only answer
we have for the survival of Jewish idals for a better world.
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m.. preceding the week ot publication. All re-
!"" received after that time wffl De returned as proof of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carly!* ave.
Orthodox R.iDin isaac ever.
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What is a "Dibbuk?"
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The expn ssion "Dibbuk" First ap
pi an l in a colloquial form in the
Seventeenth Century among the
Jews of German) and Poland It
represented a first the concept ol
;.n evil spirit that somehow attach-
d itself to a humon being and used
his body as .. base of its operations
Later it came to represent a mi-
;rator> spin: of another human
which could find no peace even in
transmigration into another being,
SO that it entered another living
human being. We do find that the
Midrash (Numbers Rabbah 19:8)
describes a discussion between
Rabbi Johanan Ben Zakkai and a
heathen in which the heathen prac-
tice of driving out such a spirit
from a human being is discussed
The Lurianic Kabbalista describe
ways and means of treating such a
situation This matter attained
great credence among Chassldic
circles where it v\.i- believed that
the Saintly Chassidic Rabbi (Baal
Shem i had mystic powers which
enabled them to drive out such evil
spirits of migratory soul-. Modern
writers have tried to categorize
his phenomenon under some form
of Schizophrenia as an explanation
of the 'split personality."
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RABBI '' IN 1CHIPP
Gtms ol W'uii.'m
mnniMi ii i in ii mi mi..... in iiHMl
extermination camps and parch-
ment leaves of Torah scrolls dese-
crated by the Nazis. The walls of
the cellar are covered with hun-
dreds of tablets in memorial to the
Diaspora communities, fixed there
rvivora of the communities
(Published by Brit Ivril Olamit)
What is a "Golem?"
The expression is traced to a pas-
sage in the Psalms where it refers
to an unformed or an unfinished
substance, probably an "embryo."
The Talmud tells of the making
ol such a man tSanhcdrin 65b). In
Medieval times it became a belief
.hat. because of t h e knowledge
gained from the mystical treatise
"Sefer Yetzirah," it was possible
to create such a being by building
some type of lifeless creature and
giving it life by putting one of Ihe
Dames of the Almighty in its mouth.
The best known of this type was
the robot made by the Rabbi of
Prague in Ihe Sixteenth Century
who used it as a servant on week-
days and rendered it lifeless on the
Sabbath.
Some authorities were known to
ponder over the question as to
whether such a being could be
counted to a Minyan (Jacob Bmden
and Chacham T/vr Currently, an
ignoramus or a stupid person is
sometimes referred to as a
"Golem" because ot his lack of in-
telligence.
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Cantor Maurice Vamcnei.
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3ETH RAPHAEL 1 NW 3-d BVO.
Orthodox Julius Sapero. president.
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BETH TQRAH. 164th st. an.1 NE '1th
ajve Conse-vativ?. Rabbi Max Lip-
enitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen
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CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
8755 SW 16th st Miami. R.-.bbi Sam-
uel April. Canto- Ger'hon Levin.
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GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold HiciUer.
Cantor Emanuel Man-I^l.
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TLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5ist
pi. ron'-rvative Rabbi Gerald
L^-er. Canter George Goldberg,
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SRAEL'TE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Motion
i-l.n-v. Cantor Lo.iis Cohen
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Or'hodox. nabi-i D.i.id Lehrf.e'd.
c ir to- Ab-aham Seif.
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MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATON.
MCI sw 12th t .. Traditional. Can.
tor Fr-d Bernstein.
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MINVCNAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.

SOUTHWEST CENTER 643f, SW 8th
st Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
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Kiuli"-- itii'l i*rlv:U-gea .i> n Metnbei
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TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025
NE I8">d st Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zucker, Cantor Abia-
harn Reisn-an.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kend-ll
dr So. K iami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
KoHner.
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TEMOI.E Bf"TH EL OK HOLLY-
WOOD. 13)1 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jalfe.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun-land
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structicnist. R .ill i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
v i p.n Sermon "Whul
M.i'". -. i \. w p s \. ?" s
in, Sermon "Vi-i..n at .vi>:.i-
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowt?.
I' III iy S;SD f S"t it-., iv 1 :i m Ror
Mii/>.iii Hiii Jordan and Scott Mich-
ael, -. ..f Mr. and Mra. lit rnard
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ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor Dav'd Ccnviser.
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Cantor Jarob Bornateln,
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Liberal. Rabbi Mo.decai Podet.
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Consei vative. Ral-bi Mayer AOram-
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'200 NE 15th ave. R-foim. Racbi
Benro 'I. Wallach.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6?00 N. Miami
aie. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Helm,
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Conservative. Rabhi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
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VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
lda> s;;r, p m. Sermon: "Reai
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of course, concern itself with the cold
figures of a balance sheet. But it is the human side
of our job that gives all of us at
Chase a feeling of accomplishment .
making it easier for you, the people of
South Florida, to own the home of your choice,
to maintain a high standard of living,
to save for a future of even higher standards
these are the things ire consider our real
contributions to the growth, and the people, of
this area. We have been told that ue do
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION
DECEMBER 31, 1961
ASSETS
C*Sn and LC. D SECURITIES...............
Cash on Hand ond n Banks. ..$ 3,163,191.95
Government end
Government Agency Bonds .. $12,1 17,939.33
F RST MORTGAGE LOANS...................
HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS................
LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS............
STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK.......
OFFICE BUILDINGS
INCLUDING PARKING LOTS................
LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS.................
REAL ESTATE OWNED.......................
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES...................
OTHER ASSETS.............................
TOTAL
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11.28
102,669,547.65
100,316.77
357,013.79
1,476,000.00
1,172,868.57
141,491.71
295,801.44
330,366.04
4 10,751.70
$122,237,289.15
LIABILITIES
SAViNGS ACCOUNTS........................S
FEDERAL HOME LOAN Ea\< ADVANCE........
.CANS IN FROCESS.........................
a:.anCE PAYMENTS Bv 6CRCCV.ERS
FCR TAXES, INSURANCE, ETC................
DEFERRED NCOME..........................
C-~t* LIA6 LITIES...........................
General Reserves............S : -1-:'- ~3
Surplus.................... BG6.895.08
TCTAl $1
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1,000,
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281,
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640.79
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675.75
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EXECUTIVE
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C. I. Clements, Jr.
V CE PRESIDENTS
Robert E. Doy, Cc-"c <
Hcr-y N. Kingsbery
Wm. Sweeting, Trees.rer
R'chcrd C. Tolton
George W. Vole--*,
Public Re'ctions
Walter B. Wilson
SECRETARY
L. Mark DeHcss
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT
R chord V. Shields
ASSISTANT SECRETARIES
Ruth Eunice
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Celebrate Our etHAnnaersary
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This also will give us an opportunity to say "thank you" to our friends and
neighbors who have made it possible to build one of the finest saving? and
loan associations in the nation.
There will be souvenirs for all and you can pick up your entry blank
in Flagler Federal's "Write a Slogan Live Six Months Rent-Free" contest.
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through January 10th our Sixth Anniversary and select one of these lovely
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by ISABEL GROVE
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"World
Going back for another assault on higher learning, coHegiana
spent the holidays *ith then- family and friends here, gone
kI vacation break Linda Shein, in her second year at
, -. ati minded oui cool spell" here more than the 12 deg, she
iol Went lo Dayton. ".. to spend New Year's \nth
ate, Judy Speed Linda is the daughter ol Maury
Mi Ihe slum. o\ Prairie ave. .
ret rning to sr.ow is Fred L. Cohen, ol the University ol
.ylvan a Son ol Mrs, Jacques Cohen, of Sunset Island -4.
guest was fellow student, Edward Tuder, son ol l>r. and
;. briel Tuder. ol Bayonne, N I .
her who'll have to "button up his overcoat," Richard
.i v. -l. an MIT alum, who'll graduate in 'one with a Master's
Doctorate in aeronautic* from the University ol Chicago .
.. h< lidays with his parents, Mac and Benjamin Davidson,
vater dr. Guests were two classmates, natives ol
..-. who will ret iheit homes one in Yokohama, the other
their Master's from tl i I in June .
i. final semester al New York University dental
Martin Bakalar, is oil to the cold north again But
e bad here in Julj for his marriagi t< Susan, daughter of
i Mrs. Da' id Fr< edmat M< i w hilt she li be decorating
, front di ks in thi new Flagl i Federal bldg., in cha
i counts.
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hough they hav lived almost directly across from one an-
r n Alton rd., for many yearsshe's at 5120. his address is
> | Susan Lynn Salomon and Peter 1. Levin mel onl> -ix months
. Now her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Lorraine) Salo-
are announcing their en agcmenl Peter is the son of
Sally Bachrach, Miami Beach, and Herman Levin, of New
rk I tj Susan is a sophomore al th< University of Miami.
:: fiante also attended, a id belongs li Upha Epsilon Phi.
-. -
\ credit to their impeccable taste, all the lovely thin > G rt
bt Rht down from "hen- former home in Hewlett, 1..I .
full> into the Florida setting of their charming new Bay
iid i partment Finishing touches in, minutes before
housei tests arrived Gert's sister, Mrs. Milton Weinr I
r blond deb daughter, Anne, of Washington. D.C Made
party for the Sophie Tuck< r opening al Ihe Diplomat hotel
week Other first-nighters in the group, Dave and Fr
ol Baj Harbor Island, and their daughter and son-in-law,
Grossmans. of Port Washington, N.Y Completing th<
Es her at I Sidnej Schwartz, with hpuseguesl Lee Wei-
kline. Mass s< t Babson Institute.
-<
:', "Whi s Who of lop level workers for the Mothers
; iim< athi n d reeet tlj at (hi hi mi ol I "i incilman and
i i)'. er coffei plans r< dis< uss< d lor
: rive in the S'irfside Bav II; i s area Top-
Mi s. PI i bi Morri Gn ater M
Mrs Walter Lebowitz, Miami Beach chairman, Mrs
B Harbor chairman ... 1 eutenants and
. presi w Mi lames David Harris, Jack Spatz. Hei
Meisel Samuel Hohauser, Joseph Schwartz,
S \ and J. I pow itz
and Nathan Kohlei of New York Cltj here for a three-
-'.iv al the Lombard) hotel He's the new publisher ol
li *:sh F irum .
Miami Beach visitors, Gussie ind Philip Lowenthal,
for th< balance of the season Plan to spend lot- ol (imc
("oral Gables, where son Harold and h:- wife. Pearl, live, and
eds, (hi former Juni Lowcnthal and Alan Olinick.
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1051 s\\ 3rd .ii reSid "
... n| the 56th anniversary ol their marriage,
placi on New Year's Eve in Cleveland, 0, 01 their
ren. 11 ldr< n and seven greal grandchildren, all
Clevelai faj Friedman and family, and daughter
lav the Norman Levins and family, here to celebrate
hen ...
I.ovelj luncheon given '<: Mrs Lydia Sperbcr at the Diplomat
i Club to hav< vi ral dozen of her friends meet n**wlyweds.
I ai lara and husband Jonathan Haber, lure from N
Ihe holidays Among the guests, B mice iMr* Mau
Young ima Gertrude (Mrs All Davidow .
ot scheme ol red and white carried out in the centerpiece
mat on> and the brocade gown ol the hostess, Mrs Fan Abra-
I'. .,i ;i brunch tor 2" lasl week in her Morton Towers cpart-
Guest ol honor wa> Peter Mamclian, houseguesl ol his
( -' i Mrs Lester Netter,
.
ni exhibition on the heels of another tor artist Reyna Young-
m Her current show at the Mirell Gallerj in Coconut
im '.-ill close on Saturday, but she will have alreadj launched
one at the Palm Beach Galleries on worth ave., which will
from Jan. 2 to 13 Dinner Key." one of Heyna's larger
vases, recently acquired b> architect Allied Parker for the new
. Federal bldg. .
Patricia Linsky, 5, more interested in the prospect of adding
Karris Bryant's autograph to her collection than the preview
reption she will attend with her mother. Mrs. llarn I. Linsky,
the Sarasota Terrace hotel next Friday "Pat's" dad is
' rmer director ol design for the Ambassador and Sherman hotels
' hicago The family now making its home at 17000 NE 21st
1 No Miami Beach .
Larry and Arlene Blasberg, of Sky Lake. No. Miami Beach.
'Maimd their many on! ot town visitors royally over the holi-
ays For Steve and (and Ross, Of New York, they planned
i r at ihe Americana, followed by Jai Alai Next dinner
: was al the Place for Steak Guests were the Arnold
f'tolovs, of Brookline, Mass., Miss Marjorie Golov, and Larrie's
lav Kenneth Light
entertaining al dinner, the Geoige Bachers, ol
i ts to a large part} in Ihi o< : opened Round 1
1 stauranl in Ft. Lauderdali
"dewish Floridian
Miomi. Florida, Friday. January 5. 19C2
Section B

AWARDS FGR 'OUTSTANDING SERVICE'
At the first ennual "Sistie Award" luncheon of Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of the day;
the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom are rear Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Sisterhood president;
row ileft to right) Mrs. Irving Westin. Mrs. Mur- and Mrs. Harry A. Gordon, another winner,
ray Gilden, Mrs. Robert J. Jaffe, Mrs. Charles "Sistie Awards" were presented to those who
Silvers. Mrs. Irving Kushmcn and Mrs. Benja- contributed "outstanding service to the Sister-
rr.in Sabin. Sea;ed (left to right) are Mr... hood" during the pest year.
/T ryc AtfUfW SWAI GALA
Recent Mt. Sinai Hospital Gala attracted some Mathes served as co-chairman of the gala
1,000 friends of the hospital to mark the cul- with Mrs. Ben Novack (shown right sguired
mination of the hospital's Anniversary Week, by her husband'. Hank Meyer was chairman
celebrating 12 years of community service, of Anniversary Week activities, with Max
Mi. and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes (in photo ot Orovi'.z and J. Gerald Lewis, as honorary
left' are shown sitting down to dinner at the chairmen,
function in the Fcitcinebleau hotel. Mrs.
Pioneer Women En Varied Events
Pioneer Women, Club 2 will hon-
or Mr, and Mrs Nathan Bookspafl
for 50 years of service on the ac-
cation of their golden wedding an-
niversary. Banquet will be helilon
Sunday, Jan. 14, 6 p.m. at the
Royal Hungarian restaurant.
Mrs. Abraham, president, is
chairman of the function, and Rab-
bi Max Shapiro will be guest speak-
er. Invocation will be oftertd by
Mrs Aaron Licbman
Entertainment will be presented
by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horowitz.
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Women, Club l. will be
, sis at a luncheon given by Mrs
Sadie Feinberg to honor Mrs. Leah
band Center.
Gui si -i" -ker *>H ''' '' ,J'
ton Green. Council president.
..
Golds Mei nub will hold a regu-
lar meeting Tuesday evening at
Beth El Congregation.
Mrs [saac Pushkin, pn
will conduct a short business meet-
ing, to be followed bj a program
including "Kim Strip." narrated
by Mrs. Mil ton Gre< n, Council pres-
ident.
. a Mi Ison Club w'lll have a
nbership tea on Wednesday, 1
m at he home ol Mrs Sara
1211 Marseilles dr.. Miami
. h.
" Isaac Olfenht nden is
dent of the group.
*
I -I al Gables stud) group
neel on Thursday, 10:30 am ,
the home ol Mrs. ll.ui> sklar,
2370 SVl -'2nd ter.
Regular meeting will be held on
Thursdaj noon, Jan, 18. ,.t Cookies
it staurant.
Oneg Shabbat For Sisterhood
Home of Mrs Raj Morse, st< i
i presid) nt I ren pli Mem rah,
will be the sett
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Mrs Sanford Jacobson "ill re-
year I Decision," bj Pi f.
S i Liptzin
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Enjoying the hospitality of one of America's gabled entertain-
ment figures c:e several members of the Ambassador's Corps
c: Hosts gathered to discuss let Wednesday's Israel Bond
Ambassador's Bel. A reception for the coipj was given by
Sophia Tucker sect?c Shown with her ate (standing from
left Mr. and '.- ate Spiegelman and Mr. end Mrs. Abram
Fcx.
Kneselh Israel Women Elect
Kn< !h Israi I sis:
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Lippman, Ri m
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. :. Frances I.....n,
Regin: Morris : bj Jaffei Wx
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:: \nna Goldsteir
A-- : Mrs Benjamin v.
S Steiner, Mar>'
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: Sarah I
Sadler, ai Rose
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than. All
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on Sundi' ht. Oct 15. th<
Denver, Co Ihcir par
. i re involved in an
accident on Highwaj 231 just
south k In the two-car.
c<'.] Fion. the two men in
the other car were killed instantly
ne Kovalsky. 20, was left
with both ankles a:'(! one leg bro
ken and in shock. Donald Koval
sky, 25. sustained two broken legs.
ib fractun -. head lac< rations, and
nternal injuries. Th< en taken.
-..,.u- to D..!e Count> Hos
pita] in Ozark, both on the critical
list.
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Zamora Ladies
Slate Party
Annual paid-up membership par-
ty for Temple Zamora Sisterhood
will be held Wednesday evening.
Program will feature a play.
"Trial by Jewry." by National
Women'? League ot I'nited Syna-
gi,ues of America, under the di-
rection of Mr.-. Irving Pliskin.
Ca-t includes Me>dames Michael
Brown. Louis Chartor. .Nathan
Davidow. Harry Fishman. Rose
Galton. Harry Kaminoft. Joseph
Kwart. Jerome Lieberrnan. Morris
Moskowitz, Irving Pliskin. Sam
Rczten. Rod Serrano, Irving Si-
mona and Ray Wmderbaum.
Refreshments will be served, and
Mrs Helen Pried and her commit -
tee will be hostesses
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Fridav, January 5, 1962
*,Jet%i Pare 3-3
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Kailah" Seminar At Beth David
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p; ol the Bu:eau ot Jewi. h Educc-
t ins for its annual workshop ses-
B ; and 30 rn "Tlie Jewish Teen-
A Questions Jewish Education.'' Seminar
gi will be held at Temple Emc.nr.-F:.
B- vid Congregation. Beth Torch Ccngre-
c; ind Temple Israel. Standing (,e-t to
ri :;re Mesdames Pat Leslie. Temple Be:h
S C!a:e B. S'anley. Israelite Center;
Je n e Solo Coral Wav Jewish Center; Nor-
ma Harrow, Temple Menorah; Bernice Parker,
Coral Way Jewish Center; Samuel Lerner,
Corel Way Jewish Center. Sealed 'left to right]
c:e Mesdames Ida ELsenman, Council secre-
tary. Tifereth Jacob; Lawrence Scherr, Council
vice president, Beth Dcvid; Beatrice Hirsch,
Council president, Temple Eeth Sholom; Ar-
lene Harris. Council vice president, Temple
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Joint Installation For Pythians
installation of the
Kr,. 'f I'ythia*. Roosevelt
1 "7 ..:. the Pythian Sisters,
y i .-., 33. will be held
ca .c. Pythian Hall.
;
\i fn ers ir Roosevelt Lodge
w incj Levine, chancellor
lamingo Chapter Sees Film

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tening in Melvin
led ;i showin i I
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\:; i ncan Cancer
Mario
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commander; Louis Friedberg, vice
chancellor; A. Jeffrey Edelman,
prelate; Reuben Idels, master ol
work; Sol Stern, master-at-arms;
Harvej Reisman inner guard; Abe
VIid i guard. Milton
Green secretarj Gerald Brass,
treasurer; and Jack Weiss, finan-
. lal -> cretar>
Installing officer will be Lewis
rai /
New officer* : r Ro tsevelt Tem-
pi) are Mesdame* Ralph Gross
i Nathan Miller.
i-ii-i excellent eti ef; Bernard Kap-
- ioi Man in Vi
nior; 1 c 11 -
- rei irj Shirley
ivid Cypress,
Ilex 1 protec
: Mill lard; and
Mn. Edith FieH, tnrhi wnoe. K
Hollywood. Calif. won S25.Q0 tor
her Kishi Itilunne.
Ann Hodson, pianist.
Installing officer v. ..I be Mrs.
ncus Bach
Entertainment will feature stage
and night club -tar Gracie Barrie
ami comedian Bobby Gale.
Walk Hankm at the piai
Shop Burd'oe's for the Sou'h's widest assort~-erts .
best in values newest in fashion and ho^e trends.
Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shoo the
nicest way to own what you want when you want it.
Shop monday end hidty nghtj. iniimi, miami beach 'til f
163rd nee! ft liuderdile, wtit p Since it's
impractical
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Friday, January 5,
Birthday Party
At Aged Home
At a residents birthday party
Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Douglas Gar-
di Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary Jewish Home tor the Aged,
\ h.nicr Mrs Max Greenberg,
fonnder <>i the Beach Auxiliary,
1. i her service to the Home and the
liary
- Lawrence Silverman, Auxi-
i.. > president, "ill welcome the
sts. and Mrs. Sol Silverman will
[ e the invocation. Dr. Irving
ti rman, of Temple Emanu-EI,
speak on A Tribute."
VI s Louis Makovsky, program
i rdinator, will present "Trie
Ri ring Twenties Revue," with a
rus ol Auxiliary members, fea-
turinj :: g< r Kaj Harrisori and
Mrs Olga stem at the piano,
Becciiste Makes
Brardeis Hensrs
- Ruth Weinstein. dai
Mrs Isidor VVeit
772 i Bryi n ..\ e Miami !'.. i -
1 i : named to the First Dean -
I i>t at Brandeis I'nivers t> I ir
I i v ork during the I960 61 a
ic year,
A senior at the Waltham. Mass,
ui tersity, she i- a 1953 graduate
. ill High School, where
was elected to the National
H nor Society and served as sec-
ry of the National Forensic
[ue and treasurer of the Law
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At Brandeis, -ho is majoring in
':i-. and served as president
II the Debate Society during her
- homore year,
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Mrs. Louis Wald left), national v
Women's Or ol Amei
Mothers-ii >ers of Hatikvah
rachi Women: They are left to rid
Mrs. Morris Bienenfi Id an ; Mi S
Isiae! pledge three-1..:..
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Center Achievements at Meetings Here
ORT chapters of the Southeasl ling al the D p
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Aux. Members To be Honored
m
New members of the Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary will be
honored on Tuesday. Jan. is. 10:30
1 a.m., iii the Dupi nt Piaza hotels
Irclu Mesdames Marion
U ndi n. E h Lewis, Edmund
Ptrls, Pran* se, Jacob Silver
s i in, Sam Schaffer, Sherman
Tebii Weintraub. Belle
Eergr n Ha Pa'o, i haries Am-
ur. Mau ici Hyman Stern,
Saul, Li .-, Lei n EH, Aaron Gor-
don. William Phillips, Hyman t'o-
lier.
Also Mesdames Sylvia Kramer,
Ji anette Scharfer, Arnold Ave I Hyman Biern, Abraham B
I au Natha i Carlton, Gert. le
Dunner. Frederick Ellis, San: rd
Lmerman, Alfred Feinglass, Lil-
lian Figueroa, Helene Friedman,
Kline Samuel [iamm.ind,
and idnej G ildberg.
Program chairman is Mrs >r
man Brown.
I
|Iv:-. ar.d Mrs. I. E. Goldman, of 44 Palermo. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldman, Mrs. H. Harari.
ICcrcl Gables, celebrate their 50th wedding Miss Cecelia Goldman, Miss Mimi Goldman.
h .erscry at a dinner in the Riviera restau- Front row (left to riqht) are Danny Goldmen,
|:ant. Rrcr Heft to right* are Michael Harari, the celebrating couple, end H. Harari.
Rebckchs Wiil
install Officers
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\'-y.jmi Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka qives a key to the city to
I Mrs. Clara Leff. national president of Pioneer Women, at the
...ng of a Pioneer Women's membership drive here.
f**
,
nd Mrs. Hc.:ry Webb were installed here recently
Roney Plaza hotel as president and board member of
mi Beach Music and Arts Leaoue dunr.g the organize-
i annual dinner and concert. Metro Commissioner
F. Hall acted as master of ceremonies and installing
Other public ofiirials present were Mayor Kenneth
: Muni: Beach, and Councilman Louis Hobeiman, of
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New officers will be ins'a lied by
Miami Beach Sunshine Rebekah
e on Tuesday evening at Work-
nen*s Circle, 25 Washington ave
Mrs Harrj Deck}. rlistri; deputj
president, will be installing offi-
cer
New i fficer are Mi -
1 Charles W Rothstcin, noble grand;
!; :i Bauer, vice grand; Sam Ross,
Eitiai i : i secretary; Dora Botwinik,
reccr ing -ecretary; Joseph Krug
n. treasurer; Charles Dernis
mus ciai; I', en Tei'el, ch*"h't
Harry Yollis, flag hearer; Irving
Weiss, warden: Al Yatchie. con-
ductor; Julius Winderbaum, in-
side guardian and Gertrude Rack
off, outside guardian.
Supporters ot the noble grand
will be Mrs. Phil Bible- and Mrs.
Louis Kreitzman. Supporters <>f
the vice grand will be Mrs. Celia
Beckerman and Mrs. Joseph Rieg-
cr
Also Mesdames Sol Thaler and
Jack Hahn. supporters t<> the chap
l.'in; and Minnie Kessler and Min-
nie Schneider, supp-irler- !j Mrs
Eva Taub, past noble grand. Mrs
Eugene Gilbert is degree captain,
and i hirh \\ i; Ij chairman.
Peace Corps Film Slated
di r mei th Senior
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lie hi Ill Jjn 9, 7 ."ii p m al W i
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Friday. Jc....... -.-.-
Esther aroup o: Hadawah celebrates the programs of Hadcs-
Bch Medical C:::cnizct.on at c luncheon in the Barcelona
hotel. Lett to tight are Mesdames Florence Cassileth, chair-
man; Irene R. Perlyn, president; sculptor Jo; n Emil, who
erected the statue ol Henrietta Szcld; and Miami Beach Mayer
Kenneth Okc, guest speaker.
Hadassah Puts
Accent on Music
Menon >up I H ill
< -< rvc Jew is tlusi< Month on
day with a | rogram to be | r
i n< d bj \ d r Sti I vto-
: t he University ol Miami
j-> mi
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of the meet-
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1001 E. Poi
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I as v ell as .-i series ol slide-
rrade in Isi jo* ns.
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leled bj stu-
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Visitoi ne to the show-
i f the i th Fas
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V.CTOR STERN
Hadassah Groups
To Meet Here
- '.',.- ';: p Ol .
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Vfi j r Kenneth Oka w ill bi
musical selections by
.1 -; h v. Malek. ac< n I bj
\ lo. will b< pi i si nte I.
-v ip will meet .
Monday at noon Re
ments rill be ser
Deborah Hospital Luncheon
Regular luncheon meeting ol the
mi chapter,
M' -: '.; held Tuesadaj a) the
in char) e ol res
Mrs. Roland <'
ppl<
Mrs. Binder
Heads Committee

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Mrs Josi h '' crs, ol New
n irk City national pn ent
Mrs. I uller is ;
p No. 43.
Mizrachi Women
Plan Functions
Hatikvali chap'er M ell i
rVomei -
lion ol .'.;
it t hoti

Kinneret chapter i ill mi'Cl M
day at thi f Mrs
Hirsch. 1701 SW 85th ct
Southwest chapter uj av( a
card partj ci '
of Mrs Isa ic Bi r Mrs B
man nd Mrs N". Zeichi
hostesses
Dov chapter in< I card
party will he held Wednesi ay
noon Jan 1" at Bi th El S;
gogue Hosi.....are Mrs \ Bi
sti in and Mrs R W< ngr w Mrs
D, Pick* r ill resent ; pr >gram
Miami Beach chapter
Mrs. Ida \ Sen!
luncli

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lonatai anj partita* faf unae-
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Xor-l timist I lub will pre-
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musical
s. at Mi-
: : S r High School Vu-
on -':-. 22.
Direi Lester Friedman,
.i. .. the how features
Hal Hcr'z. Dr. Philip Stern, Harold
Joe Serli Arl Brint, Ber-
W er .i ej Solove, Cass
Palecki Beverlj Nadler, Essie Ros-
kin, Thelma Karashik, Carol Ka-
-. Lei ore W Shirley Teitzer
ji.d Marge Ki- i

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Lo.i MARSHALL
Plans Finalized
For Concert Here
Cantor Samuel Gomberg will ap-
pear again Ihis year in Temple
Nor Taimd's annual concert Satur-
daj evening, Jan. 13. in the main
sanctuary.
The concert committee includes
Frank (i hen, Louis Hoberman,
i harles Vbi mson and Dan Piver,
announces- thai others to be fea-
red are Joyce Farber, lyric colo-
ratura; the Nit Tamid choir, un-
der the direction ol Josel Schreib-
man; the University String Ensem-
ble, with Effim Rosanoff conduct-
ing; and lly Fried, organist and
accompanist.
Lois Marshall In Series Opener
Quint3'to Bocch will be presented at the fourth concert
cf the Friends of Chamber Music of Miami current series en
Tuesday even ng ut White Terr-.jle Auditorium. The renowned
g.'Oup includes Pina Carmirelli, first violin; Filippo Olivio::.
second violin; Luiai Sagrcti, viola; and Nerio BrunelH and
Arturo Bcnucci, first or second cello. Prcgiam will feature
Quin'et in G rr.aicr Oc. 20, No. 4, Boccherir..- String Quintet,
Op. 44, Hindemith; end Quintet in G ma;or, Cp. 163, Schubert.
Pop Concert At Dade Heiahts
Dade Heights Je rega i Juartel :
lion will pres nt n a .. Vaida. Ann Congelo, Bill I
seri.....'op Concerts on Saturda) ;; f| nk whjte, in selection
ai 8:30 p.m "Oklahoma." "Carousi I "
Featured artists arc Al Hum- "My Fair Lady." and "Most Happy
vvitz. and Vladimir Pepeskul, who Fella."
will play folk music. Esther Barrett will accoi
Added attraction will be the ;.i the piano.
ird Party for BBW
I : A'i men rl
irt) n I 'I'-
ci' Mrs !" I.i!
-,4i \ '. 3th a\
0| i < ncerl of the season
r O n mum y Coi cerl Assn. "ill
Th ir .. < 'ning, Jan 11, at
\ ai Be i \ l.torium
T h i.i' !i annual membership
in- r ,. jural ill feature re-
i : i Lois Marshall.
.'. VV< Id K rn at the piano
ude iwo arias
: Puccini; songs
|y ", Miami. DuparC,
iv I Ru hit and arrange-
n en ol I >e Nightingale."
Di i i |< Me Onlj With Thine
Eyes."
ers."
and "'The Coekle (lather-
Other arias to be presented
by Miss Marshall are The King
of Thule and Jewel Song from
Faust,'' by Gounod, and In Oues-
ta Reggia, from "Turnadot," by
Puccini.
The native Canadian artist will
later this season undertake a six-
eek tour of the nation with the
Boston Opera Companj production
"La Boheme," starring a- Mimi.
role in which she made her
operatic debut with that companj
Previously, .\li-- Marshall ex-
i rie i I resounding successes in
irs of tin Soviet L'nion. England,
! Italy, Holland and Ger-
n .
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Hebrew-Speaking Group
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. ;roup hi
v ill '..:. place Jan 9 8 p m al
Xer Ta i Di
Meyers u ill d scuss "B s ol
the C in !
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Kw and dancers do the famous Grant Avenue"
: .- Drum Song." film version of Rodgers
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Friday, January 5. 1?G2
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
A candidate tor Presi !ent shook hands wi"h Flora rMrs Bernard
i rlh when she was irs o>: and after that she refused to
wash the imprint awaj !'.: mother is Democral and her father ..
!' iblican. and the lad ek.tr, hand that clasped Frank-
i, lai o Roosevelt's ri ned heii by water
. .- d( ath of her mother, Flora
r .' up an unl
cm and w ondi 11 il sei se of vi
- : i emulal Fanny Rosno the
I Penn State ir P lib lelphia dicat-
mory was a I le I ime ai live in
B i and ni le I her niece into
.....-- of '"'' th arly age ol
Fl ra wenl to Temple University before
Miai
rd was ip! i i :" the 53rd C >as1
n thej met, and i' was love at
: rsl sieh' Durir \ the war years she traveled
sband I..... i ami ..imp an ex-
ihich proved to be a fascinating
. ;o quite an
, far i int< rf Ih matters are
; his started her n si in the
< of the I tarnation League of B'nai
. itnct Five chairman ot the ADL. she has
ii terfaith and interi orkshops
I i founder pres lent of West Mian-.: BBW and a
. u,e Fiori; a Chil miss i am I many other
lespiti her m< corsum:: erests. Flora ha- returned '." school,
ng in psycl n i minoring in economics al v.<- '. niversity ol
Mian j T.roll for law studies there \\ h(
Flora Su] tei or cami i I
i hello to peopli trod ice her a- Su an S rl i mother,
> : r and er I mus sh< ilso a splendi I cook I ilent
..... taught Flora what H means to use a
that,
ra mouth-watering success timmes and kugel but she'll
recipes on how I i ti use,
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WINTER WONDERLAND
Happy little two-f3ced snowmen decorated the red-clothed tables.
'i i large white'ull< snowmen greeted the guests along with Marty and
Pal u whei th \ et -rtai..... over 160 of their friends at a dinner
i in their home in Bay Heights. The massed flowers were red and
white, shiny green balls were hidden in the shrubbery, garlands ot red
silver were strewn -bout The bushes looked as if snow had fallen
dur.ng the mj;ht but il was really Pat who went wild with a spray can
ol -row flake.-.. It was a gay party with dancing before, during and after
dinnerthe Twist and the Hully Gully mostly. Pat's parents. Mr. and
Mrs Ed Poison, here lrom Now Orleans. a> well a> her aunt asd uncle.
Ed and Edith Lewis o! Chicago Guests included Bernie and Beverly
W< -ler. the Marvin Scheros. Al and Esther Green. Alan and Joan Kahn.
Mel and Rosemary Green the Di Melvin Beckers, the Dr. George
Gn hams, Judge and Mrs Milton Friedman, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Stevens.
* *
CLCUD NINE
The reception wa> held in the Cloud Cafe of the Dupont Hotel.
Thi- ugh the window-, stars twinkled outsideand .-tars twinkled in>uie.
le They were in the eyes of Judith Ann Rood, whose parents. Col and
.\l: Nathan Rood were giving a party to honor their daughter and her
fiai te. Sydney S Traum. The couple met on the banks of the Charles
River, when she was a student a: Radclifte and he at Harvard Sydney
Waited to give Judith her engagement ring when they could be in that
vei i romantic spot once again. It was a warm, friendly party, with
monv old friends and. of coure. the young college crowd. Guests in-
eluded Harold and Melanie Thurman. Dick and Elaine Wollson, Marvin
and Shirley Rauzin. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Halpern, Dr. and Mrs. Chester
1.1- el. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Freedman. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Arono-
vitl the Harold Spaets, and the Arthur Rosichans.
* *
ANOTHER PREMIERE
Mayor Kenneth Ok:' was presented with a Spani-h sword at opening
night of the movie "El Cid." The burning question in the Oka house-
hold now is whether it hould hang on the wall, a! the office, or at home.
Seer, in the lobbv were Simon ami Vivian Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Arty Ad-
ler, Mr and Mrs, Adrian Thai, Mr and Mrs. Allen (ioldberg. Mr and
Mrs Morton Russack, and Mr. am1 Mr-. Irsing Furtel
* *
WHOSE BABY ARE YOU?
It was an invitation to a surprise birthday party tor Danny Sepler.
Thi rhyme told the fac's, tnd the picture was one ol Danny's baby pic-
tur< Helen was thrilled that all a! the 200 guests kept it a secret Dan
though! that he wa- going out to Westview Country Club tor a party, but
he had no idea it would be his own, Everythingflower-, decorations,
candles, greenerywas in gold and white Their oldest daughter. Pen-
ny, helped receive guests

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day Dec. 24. with 1 I seph S
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u, re held at the I bleau
hotel, toll led by a n
mer in the Louis Philippe room
The newlyweds are honeymooi
.it im Arawj k hotel in '< i i i
The nev Mrs Lubitz. who will
graduate from the school of edu-
cati n al the L'niversitj ol Miami
in Jui i la ighter oi Mr and
v... :.. ..;- len 170 i Uham-
bra Circle, rural Gable- Attend-
ing her al the wedding ivere Mrs
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Deb: Su( K
The ro im is pres
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He ha- a BME and BIE
University ol Fl irida
from Gi orge Washing! i
sitj. He v a- :.' irnn
eineering r I lav grad ng lass-
es,
He -i rvi I a- presi len!
Delta ; ter of Pi Li I ni
and as Irei irer I John J
ter o! Phi Alpha Delta It al fra-
ternity,
Mr. I the son Mrs
Harry ( | -.
an l the I ite Morris Lubitz B s:
Iher 1 nard Lu
J ick David
Goldfiel : ar. I the bn le'- r I
Marti.: I. Gardi
groomsm
MISS SUSAN SALOMON
miss KocHtut emmj
Education Series
Due at Judea
The second adult education series
at Temple Judea will h< ;;in on
Tursdaj at 8 p.m
The first period of the session
will be devoted to A Guide for
Liberal Jews." Kabbi Mordeeai
Podvt will explain the fundamen-
tals and implications of Liberal
ludaism. A general discussion
will follow.
The second speaker will I Leo
Mindlin, executive editor ot The
Jewish 1'loridian.
Mrs, Pcvfissiger
Picks Erocade
' in K' chm r i |
a < ii el : ,
unit) d i to Da>
it Pa .
The 7 o'cl
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;.' Tei i
1; a rec<
. DamrMer i I Mr. a-d Mr- K
Kiti -'> 16th tei I
ncv bri a full lenj
bn cad i ha ,
and n I ..
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Plan J&szie Piles
A .tune wed, i
by Rochelle Gerritl and
Mar-hall S I
Mr and Mrs Davi 1 Gerntt, 1125
I'Ttti -; Bay Harbor Islands, par-
ent- ot the future bride, are an-
nouncing the engagement
Curren'ly teaching at Nile* Town-
ship Hisjh in Skokte, [II the bride
elect is an alumna oi Miami Beach
lli^h and Northwestern University.
Her sorority is Sigma Delia Tau.
Hit fiance, son of Dr. and Mrs.
' hn \ Samuel-. ci< v. l.nivl O at-
tends Northwestern University and
i- a member of Tau Delta Phi.
WoolfsPlan
Reception Here
Mr and Mrs. Harry Wool!, who
met while servjira a^ officer- <>t
B'nai B'nth Social Singles wire
married Sunday. Dec 31, at the
home of Rabbi Morns Skop spirit-
ual leader ol Beth Shi rah remple,
with the bride'- mo'her, Mrs B
Janover, ol Nev. York i ity, attend
iiil;
The i irmer Mr- \m., Gordon is
currently president of the Emma
Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'nth
Women, and served as vice presi-
dent and secretary of the ftP. So
icial Singles
The bridegroom served f"r two
''nils as president ol MB Social
fc ngles and is a membei ol Sholem
Lodge
The newlyweds will have a recep-
tion at their new home. 2029 SW
n-h ter on Sunday.
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OefroJt Joco/$ Meet
Next meetine for the D
Social Club of Greater Miami will
be Monday evening at the Al ,.i.
hotel.
: BIRTKDAZE :
Mr and Mr- .i igeph Richer
ho reeent'y Celebrated their 5l-t
wedding anniversary have iust re
ceived word of ihe birlh of their
First greal-granddanghter
Parents of the babj j.irl are Mr
and Mr.- Marly Plachler. of Brook
lyn, \ ^
New daughter was born Dec. 27
to Mr an.l Mrs Louis Gadon, 1516
SW 18th st. Sara joins brother
Benjamin. 3, and lister Rebecca, 2
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Friday, January 5, 1962
*Jen iisti Fk>rSdlaciin
yours,
! a it ft ipp
Grand Ba Iroom i ni'blcau '' >tel w as the sel
. i el Bond Amb
Ba '' k V
! rmi Mi Samui I Fi ied-
reel ; ,i li k r
F black lace Hei
hich j- bough) in Pi -
! I bli / ri >bon lace em-
d the ei tire 8 >wn
i own k
ii ...
all i !'".'! und( i"
Israel Ambassa loi
nai Shne Tson F< r the
S neer son i hose a
: satin brocadi
green motif on
skirl had the con-
ss ol .' bell-shaped
honor was
i I.....- Bryant Mrs
u 3 s:l er llame
*: geom?tri< de
I in Nik green.
the Worm n's Di'
Mrs Katzman, chose
,i in i bi
hiffon i I. r
r ..
ick an to on >
- w\ 'wore o\ i r her
li r e Grecian style
rl a
t : in of the
i! Stales .. given by Mrs.
W ei i.) wore j lilac
.1 ;om Toasting the
lent >;:' : e state of Isi a< I
Sam el i Sapiro chose a
sheath completely covered
i .':. black .: I --cent sequins,
One of the highlights of the fes-
i tics was the debutante presen-
tation cere.....r.j Presenting the
Kirls to Gov Bryant, the Ambas-
sador, an; their wives was Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman
e Corp- of Hosts, gowned in
a floor-length gold llame brocade
I n aqua, with a matching hip
length jacket

lulRS. Jai 5 Popick, who with
her husband, presented the
ivernor and his wife, wore a
full length ma :\e >atin govn. em-
lered i th pearls, silver-lined
b I'.ir beads and paillettes.
Mr>. Gen s man selected a
' ece, : i length white satin
'' in .- i piece effect. Her
bodice featured a haltt-r
Pcckline and was beaded in sil
The dropped waistline con-
tnued into small as> metrical
- I< pleats
'r her strapless ivory satin.
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Mrs frying S1 -e a strik-
I b ack tulle. The
jai ki u !- l. and-
i th cavier beads in a
ral i atti rn Mrs.
Charli lei those a
po e heath with a seal-
pi : :>; rn ol
Blui flooi h. was
rn i Mrs Drena Lee. Slash-
ed aci odici nd ti ailing
lloor in a panniei. w< re
an : sha es of blues and
,ii! blending with the
royal blue i h ov Mrs.
Henry i 'ohen -. sil rig fn i Ne
( k velvi i and
taffi ta witl its ou n
BI ish pink silk or-
i was the choice hf Mrs,
..... H >t sheath was
whiti alenccn lace
Mrs .- mr Silverman wore
" iu de soie
th a Iropp -I
!r- s : Frankel's
* ->> ith I ad n> own
' ed i it in emer-
' Mrs Edmund ;
i I peau
th a i ape and
ikii in i Beauty
n I sal in

WISiriNG from New York Mrs.
* Herbert ii,unman chose the
issic black silk crepe sheath The
bodice was draped with a decol-
letti V neckline Also visiting
from Gotham, Mrs. Nettie Melker
wore a burgurdj and black satin
brocade -heath with a slashed
bateau neckline. Mrs Samuel
Halperin's toll length silk chiffon
gown was in a delicate floral
print with black illusion set in at
the bodice,
Mrs Herbert Wolff selected a
lipstick red silk satin oall gown
which featured a deep godet in-
sert, which fell into a court train
effect Her gown was embroid-
ered in a matching-color ribbon
lace and iridescent paillettes.
Representing the University of
Miami. Mr-. 11. Franklin Wil-
liams chose a ball gown of fla-
mingo-colored peau de soie Her
black stole was brought back
from the Williams recent Israel
Paqe 9-B
1
es won beigi
I
d.Tll :, -
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i

Entrance of Gov. and Mrs. Far:.-: Bi
Ambassador's Bali last week was greeted .
t:on from the audience. They are seer.
by Jack S. Popick (left) and Mrs. Popick ric.....
k

li Lil I
: e chif-
Hie Fn ich i
blm n hei
fa friend.
- B Essei '.' i ;, sati i
* Vat h in i" shade of
." I k. draped into a
bli was abovi a
et inserl Mr Bi rnard '
d Harm ind iac-
skirt w hi
ol iqu veilo
of th \"'t Consul : >
Carl ..
i ll oor-lei -1!
s ,:, oi $ai za Tl e entii
: .
iufs
; '".i. i-i i. ). -., > brocade
; n by Mr-,
ir Frii I Her ,
t had a k collar. 1
. !y laci e < hi ice
' i Her
ed a i ffi n cum-
..i nier a -
I .' e hei
in- A ri i
;. ress and hing jacket
tl i ii I'onald
' i.
'- \iI "- sem
- ic I
i".. of a full
.
1 peau de soie,
inl was in
I r ind tui qu .-
li in was fa
affle chiffon.
Leading the procession of dignitaries at the Israel Bond Am-
bassador's Ball are (from left) Samuel Friedland, chairman of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization; Ambassador
and Mrs. Mordekhai Shneerson; and Mrs. Samuel Friedland.
Musical Comedy
For Sisterhood
At a regular meeting of Temple
s.nai Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening, in the Temple auditorium.
an original musical comedy skit. I
"Uniongrams on the Air." featur-
ing the Can-Can chorus of the Sinai (
Little Theater Croup, will be pre]
sented by Mrs Dan Oilman. Union-'
grain chairman
January is I'niongram Month,
and Is observed by all Reform Sis-1
terhoods.
A games night open to the pub-,
lie, will be held on Saturday even-
ing, .ran. IX Mr-. Harold Bergcr
is chairman.
Bend tour to South America, and
featured Yemenite embroidery.
Mrs, Samuel Beckcrman was
in a pale pink satin gown draped
over one hip and then into a deep
pout. Her f tied bodice was em-
broidered with sequins and bugle
beads. Pink satin was also tne
choice of Miss Colleen Hart. Her
ball gown was in a deeper rose f
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P: ge 10-B
, knit/- fkrkM&n
The Courier
K^jcrald t^^cltwctrtz
Sam Gyson, ml remarks over Um a.ru.r -
i ed, wiil be Uu gui I spi ker al Tuesda ''>-
Miami Beach Lod i B'nai B'rith, with chairman Gershon Wilier
a Irving Schatxman expecting a larse turnout. Jud? Irving
Cypcn was the orator there this week Another jurist. Albert Dobbin,
v. the I'-', t" selecl .1 cabana al Ihe n< Westbrooke Coui rj Club.
tub-thumper Ron Levitt loll* us Former I'niversitj ol Miami
(. ., greats Sy Chad>-off and Abe Friedman were on hand .1- Ihe cur-
edition ol the Orange, Green and White reached the lira ol the
I! ricani Classic, but Julie Cohen's 't e igh to
1 ent a 1 at the han Is ol class) 1 emi
v iewish War Veteran- Ribbi H>rold H. Gar-
din, executive veep ol the New York Bo rd ol Rabbis, ai ed
u rid War II fame as the "Flying Chapl, sporl
v-,' Yehiva Co received a S10.000 crant I 1 the
I S Atomic Energy Commission for purchase ol new equipment in its
1 s..- ueparimei accord Dr. itsac Bacon, dean .11 er
. duate school ol liberal arts Chaplain Solomon Poop'io, ol J ick-
ille Naval Ail Stal was honored bj Yeshiva 1!"- week in New
V k. parl ol the university's 75th anniversary program Jewish
T a ii Seminar; has slated its Palm Beach func Jan, 21.
v 'i Supreme Court Justice William Douglas speaking
Al Glasser, who supplies oxygen to I'nivers'ty ol Miami fo tball
: < irii their timeouts, convalesi Cedars ol I 1 Hos
1 1 Mrs. Oida Rubin also on the i I 0' I .' lisl al I e 'a "- Baron
de Hirsch Meyer's annual New Year's card again a sti pper

Mrs. Alice E. Adams, one of our town's grandest ladies, has been
i acesetter for Mt Sinai Hospital and State ol Israel Bonds, in addi-
ti in her manj other communal responsibilities Her activities last
yi-i r were a true stimulus to ihi air of success for all of lPtil. which
Mas fell at the irulj grand Ambassador's Ball at which Gov. Farris
Bryant impn --i and all with his sincere, apparently impromptu
i"i tarks on man's brotherhood and Israel's tremendous strides in less
: 14 years i : independence The debut of some 30 ol South Florida's
i eliesl young ladies, particularly as they gave the fiisl dance to
Iher was the start el what promises to be a tradition
!:<. Seems as though her,' have been a (ew calls reg sterii -
di ghterc for debutante affairs 10 and 15 years hence One ol this
- lebs Janice Revitz, did a fine job ol acting in a video original
authored by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti on WC'KT this week
North Shore I'o-t of JWV honored by apoointments ol Milton s.
Koch ;i- national supply officer, izzy Karp as deputy blood bank offici
Harry Feldman i national deputy chief of staff. Harry F. Feld-
man closing out a record year as pest commander Congressn
Bcb SiWes, v : Adlai Stevenson's successful primary campa
a.ainsi Estes Kefauver in Florida in 1956, was among the scores
stopped in at Vice Mayor Mai Englander's New Year's
i party,

Drs George Graham and Lawrence Krasr.e back In in A phi 0
-. concla\i in M with news thai Dr Walter Levine,
tional president, and thai Philadelphia in 1962 and
be convention hosts Dr Graham
i an for the local conclave Dr Ira Eitenstein,
views will
aboul lism adopted b) the Third As
Uu W i Cl Niv. Delhi Hi pri
i arks I Dea1 John C. Bennett, jical Seminal who
1 : thai anl S i spec al r< ity for thi i
- .. nstii and s) mbols have
ii st Je> -
Which brings to I i i
r Brow frcnt-i .
Mana itoi fed Sanvy,
in *.h< f the S : : I
til -| o area s
ertis Iricl Iccted" clientele. S
not speed I hi
1 Arthur Spiegel I
s the ADL i> i
-
st. I the exceller.l
Me
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UM Physicist Gets Fu.bright
Dr An
i i\ ed ;. I

she I'niversil )
\. : nt an ei ti
'
iys
on a one -
i i : in i M
ivmg his undergraduate de-
ll ,i at 'he i Iniversity "! (la III
i
\ stei and PhD degrees al N
y k I .'. rsilj lb
NYU, Cooper L'nion a klyn
ire joining the CM faculty in
i Perlmutter i- 'he second I'M
Frovders
Friday, January 5, 1962
Judaism end Labor
mks. rmoMNti niovmr
Opera Highlights
To be Presented
"Night at the Opera" will be
pri sented by the Miami Beach Civ-
c Orchestra ;ii .1 concert Sunday,
i p m at Miami Beach Au itormm
Barnett Breeskm. orchestra con-
ductor, will be on the podium
F< ature I will be .' lyce i
ano l-.. Whittemore, mez-
/.1 prano; .1 >sph Papa, urn::
- i me.
Pr gram 1 II ini lude a i froi
"Martha von 1 Forza del
II 1 cia dl Lam-
men Donize:i 1st."
Ciourod: i I \ -rdi:
\ r." Gior lai ; and

Ihe 01
Rii 2
!.
th Ol lor. Ad

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Honeymoon Here
Mr Mrs 'I;-
on j !
louirg the.r n
-1 101
:. : SI liciated al
the atti 1
:
'ih, ton
;, liter cf Mr
and Mrs H:,ny S. S
-w i;th si r'01 >'; ;'-- shc
traditional
wi:h a
... dine,
. appliq '- al ,n Her
bOUtl -!l !,:-Kl wi,n
pearls. Lon aim
m h ariz ihi s ststei was
ei nly at ten
1 he e 1 Mi Provdi r who will
have a d< ureo eli larj e u-
cation fron Ihi I'niversirj : Mi
1 .;., irj .- a graduati ol
Miami Senior High where she was
.1 member ol the Debs, Bl
Phi Sigma Tau Council.
The nev lywed- an I tve in
Madison, VV'is where the bride-
groom i~ doii late work on
a leaching n search assistantshrp
ai the I'nivi rsil I W isc insin An
r student i r< ripieni ol a
New York State Regents sch ilar
ship, Mr Provder graduated mag'
na cum laude from the Universit)
o'. Miami in June with a major in
chemistry,
He made the Dean's List ever)
semester, was chosen "Outstand-
ing Junior ChemisT) Major" by
the Florida section ol the \meri-
can 1 iemi< al Soi iet) -' the I'M,
won .1 cash award ;i- "Outstanding
- 11 :." an i I mention in
the VVoodi ow u fi How ship
iti
lie beli ngs t Eta 5
' -,i The a Ma nd Phi K
Phi, highest 1 h >i : : on
pus.
ol Mi a Mrs He
i" : 1951 \: 18th cl
was
Pi
Spinoza Forum's
27th Season
r a lull
27tl iral and educa
s this week in the
ll'h >:. and i
ield Saturdays
J
-
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Maurice Kli I ntin*
. ai .. The Arl t .
Is 1
west ,i .vi'h Cei I i .
n 1ect u re i i
p m
Adult Cfudy C/csses
\ It st vd) '
every 1
da> at 8 p.m. I
SchiH iitbjeeis
le prayc i

Mrs. Sam Oritt will hi i i rit 1 i Anna B tr.r.tr
yers :r : Dr. Julian 9ick!:- i -
Histi hoi Selma i carryn
lion ol scd al thi Jan. 12 I N
al Isratl 1 ii New York Jack S. Popick I
vhich will be on hand I met
. 'i ; Levi Eshkol, being Widel) Ii
Arthur Goldberg, '
President Kernedy thai e time ol h
it to thi i abn eived thi Phi Epsilon )'i Inti
: r 1961 Ol 1} pi i lpients are Eddie Canter,
Philip M. Kiutmick and Leonard Bernstein .
Sen. John J. Sparkmsn, 1952 nning mate I Stevei
! lure" :ii m on Frid y at the D
Flal< r Fedi ral's opening ol (heir i
Ni exe< utivc \ ice presic1 the .N I
Deck Bloestein, who once herded the M1'
^ V ni and book on Isadore Fiee; -
issui ihe Na! I Jewish Welfai Bi
18th annua fish Music Fesl
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Jan. .
Tifereth Israel luncheon
eth Israel S
. :i luncheon a party in
al h;ill on Thursday,
1!. at 11 30 j m. Hostesses
and Mrs. Julius
Harnik.

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Corned Beef, Pastrami,
Salami, Bologna,
Krispit Frankfurters
WILNO KOSHER
SAUSAGE CO.
(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2! 81 N.W. 10th AVZNUE
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DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS
UP NORTH WITH
FLORIDA'S FINEST
GIFT FRUIT
Do it the easy way-by mail.
Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grcvtl
for prompt handling.
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(PIMM pti'r rou wont OrongM T 0
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In 'fruit protector' gift cartons
90 1b. box............*lL95
Full bushel........... 8.50
Vi bushel............ 5.50
12 lb. sampler.... 3.75
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fJenlstiflcridl
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AJCongress Plan: Tour


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time 1 '( ire \.i. ongn ss
rence w ith Prune Minister
B< n (':. n ami a host of
, ': U ..:-,.: i s. leaders
c< mprehensive i o u r i n -
! n will emphasize persons
i i ol n the .-;::(: tourist
( i .. ..; will provide oppor-
, to m ce I Israelis in ..11
. ol
\ the tours includi :> class
.-.':. b;
iriers and
.
Mrs Betij v lirector M
us I r th< .' Jew
:i Congre.-s. Fri
.. I .. ird Da\. I S
: ; res "..'. e are in Miami
.! n -':.;- iH'ik
.c ,: lati spi i j
mer prejecl
Wednesday evenii Mi
: ... Haffner, I 6JHH1 Pal
Gjbli s. w i re hosts al
i to persons inti rested ii
..n .. i '- lor ihr
: rnirg.. 10 30 ;i m
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Detroit Office
By Special Report
fhe scvenl
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i the I -'' d Stati -
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m n ice and infor-
enter I St at e ol
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. nd public
ThE ROi'AL HUNGARIAN
PESTAURANT
731 VexMnafan Av. If P 5401
OPEN FOB THf SfZSCiV
PETERSON'S
STEAK PLACE
7l4U5rt gift ST. CA 1-4563
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C i. -. Mrs Delii :
Mr am Mi Sj Rei -<. Mr- : ,
lyn Gordon. Mr- 0 Icnscl
Miss Mi ly r K..-/ Mr an I Mrs.
llorl Pearl I Mrs
!', Kaslow.
PointTng lo progress in the construction oi
rath Shoicm's new Community House
is Templi lent, James M. Albert. Look-
ing on are 'eh to riant) Norman Arkin, James
M. Fink, mis F. Snetmc lairman ot the
development fund completion camp
Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of
''' congreq .. Joseph Ash and
Wagner. n oi the Beth Sholom bui'd-
ers com nitti Co- mittee members not shown
are Jack Abbott, William Agranove, David
Bale; n Berlin, Dr. William Bern-
Jcnas Brotman Arthur Burrel!, Dr. Ralph
Cobb, David Drucker. Dan H. Elkind, Myer
Friedman, Haloid Granoff, fudge Harry Arthur
Gieenberg, Harold Gruder, Irving B. Kaplan.
cii Katzin. Tom Kravitz, Dr. Leo Levin. Alvin
B. Lowe, Maury S. Olinick. Mayor Kenneth
Oka, Joseph Pardo, David D. Pollack, Philip
Postelnek, Benjamin B. Rimer, Dr. Alexander
Robbins, Irving Rothmcn, Dr. Norman J. Rut.
Judge Philip Schlissel, Seymour Silverman
Harry B. Smith, Ralph Spero, Morton Steel?,
Sydney A. Weinstock, Joseph Wiesner and
Benjamin Zimmerman.
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JAClv 0. uC.lOC'i
President
GEORGE W. HiRSC^
Executive V,ce President
Sov'ngi occounts '-i/red up
ic $'0,000 by an cgency of
!he United States Government
SAVE BY JAN. 22nd
...EARN FROM JAN. 1st
FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS
A i%
Anticipatrd
mrJL ANNUAl UIViDEND
BH ON SAVINGS
ind Co'vpcvr.dcd
4 TIMES A YEAR
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M'LTON M. GAYN0R
Se- or Vie* President
BEN CILLER
Sen.or Vice Preside 't
Washington Bg
Federal
SM.H6S mi LCAN AiSOCIAIIOH Of MIAMI ItACH
CLAUDE PEPPER
Sen.or Vice Pres.ricnf
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1701 Meridian Avenue 1244 Washirifcton Avenue* 1133 Normandy Drive* All Offices: JKffe^airrRi8452


Page 12-B
* tenist fhrHi&n
Friday. January 5. 1962
Florida ADL
To Tcke Part in
N.Y. Conference
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Pearly Gait
4
by Hal Pearl
WHY PRODUCERS GO BANKRUPT: I n pictures
ties themes
r repi story as thejr
of film.
' Producer St r* arch
checking -" !..:-
. i a r.d
.
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Fried m a i
the
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Su|
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Title Race
At Jai-Alai
Ondarra ar<: L'rcola, front
men who are far ..: ul in styles f
ha\ moved >ut I an i arlj
i in the race for the coveU
"Most Game: "Aon" title at the
Jai Alai Palace
Ondarra ii a small, stylish player
who relies on a wide varietj ol
-hot- to scon p< ints. while l'rcola
his attack on an al
pponent! shi
The
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H. P.
KOSHER C1fl '"
MEALS 3 lit
INCLUDtO IV
Bther rate) i -PEl
and radio met
" Free SELF
PiPK iNC adjoini ana
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Sail ira auQa'-fraa oiet.
-j -en on ftmiiti Can
ABE GEFTER Mia-ni -k JE 4-2141
PIlViTE MICH '.mU POOL
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
The
SINGING STRINGS
DINNER e SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
ART BHUNS, Co-Owner
. tbi :.
Mora than 10 BOO now costumes were crea'ed 'cr rho movie.
Esc- 3;':- re ""tier new ini inifica: t his roie, was Specially fitted
;.;. 3' s and a' r.cr. The crowns the r -9s *nd HS
SCCprsrs wc-e made to crder by crjtsmen of Ploronca ifld Turin.
Thai o'C d-s :--s r-aces, scimitars, batt.e axes lanc?s artd armor
-.,j..-er for the film'*- 7.000 nn.jh's came from the 'a.-red To Oo,
Span foundry of tha Garnco Bothers.
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n s an
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Spencer I ''
. v. e predi I tna he kid
Scheil efense attci Nazi
.,.-.:. tor fiery r Hi baa l-'.r-;
rd S film critics
' Flower Oru-n Sore," doing extra big business at the Miami,
Carlb, M ir.-j and car.cir.g o' willow/ Nancy Kwan >s a highlight o' the beauti-
fy ly-movntcd color production, which also stars James Shigeta and
Miyoshl Umeki.
A psychological murdi r tl < of the best Ii in Frame.
Purpie Soon, arts toaaj .. the Nori andte, Ma 11 and Sunset.
. De!on. recenti] stain I Kocco and His Brothers," heads the
* *
AFTER DARK DOINGS: Murray Franklin returned to his estab-
lished format of lauph-pro\o;:.L Blackout.-." and thi new shew was
lmmedialt!-. given the hearty -tamp of approval by local fun-seekers,
wno jammed the popular nigl.i eluo for the opening. Starring in the
nightly frivolities is the multi-talented Johnny Bachemin se versa-
t.lity shows i.n best on the n< arged stage. H. scoi 1 ipressivi
ly wi (its a cinj lingini, 5 and off-beat qui]
WanJa Peterson, co-owner of Peterson's Steak Place on the Trail
w *h husband B-.-'n. was the fi'st Miami girl to sing from the stage
o* the- Olympia Tneatrj during *aude days. Wanda and Pete, inci-
cer-.tai.y, were married while in one of the late Don Lannir.^'s road
shows, i'e was tnoir best man.


.. 1
l> 2 -: k. the 1
I Si s Cai
5 "AOE ANO "F: the
of 1 chtcr. is
boa si
nd Citv Center in N< York
; \ : 1 hui lerl \ Y. 1
l"V hi ired in Chi v
- -., -
"Th? Lard e' Mi'k and H-ney" continues its CrOW!1 plassing run
at the txcj.'S Room cf the Monte Carlo starring fiery ar.d Demised
Israe'i singer Shoshana Darr.a'i. It's a well-paced pr;-iuctio-!, the
brain child of Jaccb Baal-ieshuva and Bernard Cohen. Another high-
liglit ?r; ir; br .;ht dr.d bnh fclk dances of the Israeli ciancers. Will
Cooper is the comedian ant! imcN of the revue.
Side Ft :..:.! Rosen-
Barton Bi Brooks Esther ... md emcee
Eddie J e cast
* *
RESTAURANT ROW: Hazel Mliscn is the ladj :- for the
;'l; catered i';.r-!i- al tl iers She'll work with j u on ;
. have in mind, ive it thai extra tuch.
Have you enjoyed thi el ., Ital.an cuisine at I>< Continental "n
Ha> Harb< r island It'- one f the i" -t ol its kind
The v ma Lisa room at 'he Eden Hoc finds man) localites there
a > night i tb< i eek How true is the room slogan lii. eleganc?
' dinil g every r.ight an 1 pit un . They're discussing the presentation of "The Youngest She".
- by the Acorn Civic Repertory Theatre al Ihs annua
: donor luncheon of the PTA of Temple Beth Sholom
S cmding left |h! are Arthur Eden of the Acorn group
?!:i Samuel H:--.ch, chairman of the lunchec-. ard Bor:^
Pritchei of the Acorns. Seated 'left to richt cie Ruth SaiUanl
of the Acorns and Mrs. Martin Steiner, co-ch n Present
ticn will be Jan. 17 at t'r.e Temple. Mrs. Ben Rubin an;
Mrs. Jason Berkxnan ere in charae of ticket*. Program i
man is Mrs M trvin Cooper. Mrs. Benn3t Lee heeds publici
PTA president is Mi [oseph Pardo.



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AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE
Bei' A?; 'til in Tcwr. C-^o-1 Srhcl'on ImpQrttd ,vint
OPEN 5:30 to 10 P.M. Cloud Friday Ample Prrl r- in R?ar
128 N E. 17'h STREET Tel. F 4-8825

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Jewish American Homemade Cooking
PARK CENTRAL DiNiNG ROOM
Breakfast from 8:30 'til 1 1 Dinner from 4 til 830
Ph. JE 8-1611 7-Cou-se Dinner $1.60 640 Ocean Drive

SAND ELL TJJ2 Strict,y Kosher Catering
BAR MITZVAHS WEDDINGS PARTIES
7446 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH FLA.
"Beorfy-To-5.->' Ceokea' foods
Ph. UN 6-6226 UN 6-S273
Reservations
UN 5-S224
1045-95;h ST.
Bay Harbor Island
t "gar-'
in Sinia 1 i$
edition
-.
KATZ's PARADiSE RESTAURANT
1451 Collins Avg. Phone JE 2-1671
KREPLACH KiiH-F VIATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT r ... cr\D?S CHiCKEN
COMPUMthTARr WINl UffVfD WITH DIHKiP ON WiDtY NIGHT
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
STAR Dairy, Veg. S Fish Restaurant
th CONSECUTAL YEAR
i.i !:> i \ it; .- k vii<
c ne'er Same Mai
SERVING IUNCH AND DINNER
NATIONALLY KNOWN R'UVANlAN CHEESE C 3EI S
ORDERS TO TAKE OUT
*WC 641 Washington Ave.
umik f-^a
JE 1-91C2 Jf
MM
HAROLD PONT anJ IRVIN GORDON
GORDON end ?C.
m
Three Greater Miami residents have enrolled at Stem Col-
lege for Women of Yeshiva University in New York City.
Left to right are Elaine Donnerstag. 18740 NE 19th ave.. No.
Miami Beach; Yona Porush. 922 Michiqan ave., Micmi Beach;
and Linda Aranoff, 1401 Eay rd.. Miami Beach.
KOSHER CATfRfRS
from ben rrei lo a complete o".i
170 f.VW. 5th ST., ; PHONE PR 1-2655
Un he U.K
0FN NCUSI WEDDINGS rZVAHJ KCtPTI
m^CiSffCX y--^i -at i'r-MM tmrrP
fRABITIOhlAI Hill v,hH SACHAKUIAl WUU %
Ml
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KJDD;SH 0Ut6 SHABBA1 |TM1
-n FREDRICKSON HOTEL ws
SICo'mm rr?STJf RD''V,NC ROm W1TH "ASONABLE MtlCIS -
ALSO OPEN TO THE PUBL-C DAM KITCHCN AND MAT KIlCKiN
OPEN ALl YIAR 00A1$ WiTH MALS
American Plan & European Plan-Under Steady Supervision Rabbi Mandol
916 Washington Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-9312 '


Friday, January 5, 1962
*Jenisti Marie/fan
Page 13-B
J^ar ^Aiitzvalt
As a gift to suo-cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
f:r the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or Bas Mitzvah
Ri .juests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami i, Fla., one month in advance Inc.ude the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p.ace of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. Ths corsago will be
ioiw+fttm: J tfcyou courte*y oi-Black stone Ptwi: Shops-irMime
for the cccas.on.
Sharer- Shavin
Friday nighl services, Jan, 5, at
/. U include the Bas
i\ ah S laron, daughter oi
and Mrs S imuel Shavin, 5940
\\ L'r (l tcr, a : granddaughter ol
ibbi \ fred Wax
vent! >nor stu lent al
ch P mior High, Sharon
I yi ar al Hebrew
. mber oi the Au
and Girl Scout .
- e in the school
host the Oneg
. following [he
Laurence Stein
i N Shapiro will of-
:, at tl Mitzvah of Lau-
ol Mr. and Mrs,
s iturdaj. Jan. u.
h D
Hr :i i- a seventh
I student dl Shenandoah Jun-
i;
T
ii ibies are mo tel

. k-col lei
Rcnjld Mynrs
raid Myers .it observe hi?
Ii n ih in Saturday morning,
6, at 1 Beth Sholom,
R; ub Kronish officiat-
Mr. a n d Mrs. Albert
I Go'denbern Barry Bojin
Ml Sperling Sharon Shavin
loi4 E .-< ew ..
ai : '.; maid is
. upli'- ( infirmation
I
M*rn Sussman
J .,: i .. ill be the site oi
ol Mark Sussman
ning, Jan. t>. Rabbi
Pi ill i fficiate, and
- oth r. William, will per
canti r
itdent at Ponce do
and a graduate
,i ile Hebrew -chool.
the son of Mr. and Mrs
Si in, Mil Paradiso,
i bles
- ibbat Friday even-
Robert Rosenfield
ing and the Kiddush following the
ceremony on Saturday will be held
in honor ol the Bar Mitzvah.
Joel Penick
Saturda) morning services, Jan.
6, at Temple Zion, will include the
Car Mitzvah of Joel Hersh, ><>n ut
Mr an Mrs Saul Penick,
S\V [6th with Rabbi Alfred
Waxman offu iating
Joel i- a seventh grade -indent
at West Miami Junior Huh. and
plans t" continue in the Temple's
rew High and confirmation
class
Attendin the Bar Mitzvah and
Kiddush in his hon ir will be Joel's
(.real .. ""' r. Mrs A S
ntzov, n V : .- grandmother,
Mrs, R : Pi .- k, and his grand-
enls Mr and Mrs Joshua Max
: in Ian i
.
Barry Bogin
Bar Mi zvah i I Barrj Bogin will
k-ed on Sal n laj mon
Hi re\ Acadi
with Rabl Alexander S Gross
ficiati
m Mrs I
in, 557 Men lian ave., the Bat
Mitzvah is in the eighth grade al
the v idi n > His father is a mem-
ber ol th Academy, a n d Mrs,
V igin i- a life member, now sei
tn i int ..i Hebrew Acade-
I j Women
Kiddush follow ii services and
a reci ption in the evening at the
- rath Haven hotel will be held in
his honor.
Robeit Rosenfield
Robert Edward, son of Mr and
Mrs Abi iham Ro( nfield,
erandson oi Mrs Rachael Rosen-
held, will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day morning. Jan. 8, at Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman
v ill officiate,
Tlie celebrant attends Ida Fish
e- Junior High and is a member ol
the school hand.
A rec< ption in his honor will be
at (he Coronet hotel on Sunday
evening.
Harold Goldenberg
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Harold
Alan Gol enberg on Saturday morn-
ing, Jan 6, al Temple Emanu-El.
The Bar Mitzvah is the son of
Mr and V, Morris Goldenberg
.'i.d \he grandson of Mr and Mrs.
Isidore Stoller and Mrs Ida Golden-
bei ..
Harold i- an eighth grade honor
student at Nautilus Junior Hun
A recep in h h nor will
held ..t the con si cl Ih ser-
\ ices,
ridlip Brown
Beth !' Lingie I be
the e ol Mi z< ah ol Ph ip
Malcolm, son i t Mi. and Mrs Wil-
liam Brc i t ler on
Saturda) 6 Rab-
bi Max A, I I ciatin
phili ..' I
dent al Ni r '. Mia in '.'< a< h -1 i r
H.' h a i inrJs t he ci trega
lion pre nfirmi ......
His h ibli -.....in
i
Andrew Reiss
s i*,urdaj i rn ; sen it es. Jan
0. al Bi To rah ( ingregauon will
include Ihe Bar Mitzvah ol Andrew
M. Reiss, wilh Rabbi Max A Lip-
schitz officiating
Son of Mr. and Mrs Hans Reiss,
1212 XE 176th ter., Andrew w a
seventh grade studenl at Xorth Mi-
ami Beach Junior High and the
congregation's Hebrew school. He
is a graduate of Mrs. Bassett's
piano school.
A reception and luncheon in his
honor will be on Sunday a' the Ca-
rillon hotel
Allan Einhorn
On Jan 6, Saturda) morning ser-
vices at Israelite Center will in-
clude celebration of the Bar Mitz-
vah of Allan Einhorn, with Rabbi
Morton Malavsky officiating
All in i- an honor roll student in
. seven h gra e ol Shenandoah
Junior High a d atti nds the Cen-
U r's rcli. -. hool.
His p; cents Hr and Mrs. Sidne>
. nhorn. 2020 SW 33rd ave.. will
sor the I neg Shabbat on Fri-
day and K the conclusion
sen. es Satui da) in I ht ir son's
honor
Stephen Sperling
Stei hi M i hael, son ol Dr a
\ r- J, s .-: erling, will observe
his Bar Mi i\ ah al Beth David on
Saturda) n rning, Jan ti. with
Rabbi Xi n tan N Shapiro offu lal
ii g
An i htl le studenl al Shen-
High, Stephen is .,
m mber ol ih< Actives Club
i,.- par.;.is I host the Oneg
Shabbal and he Kiddush in his

Mark and Philip Spool
Rabbi Solomon Schifl will offici-
ate al the Bar Mitzvah of Mark
Philip, twin sons ol Mr. and
Mrs Milton Spool. 2170 SW 17th St.
Ceremony will be held Saturda)
morning, Jan. 6. at Congregation
Beth El.
Mark and Philip attend the cong-
ii ation's religious school, and are
cventh grade students at Shenan-
doah Junior High, where they play
i thi -i h ol or< hestra
Daniel Kane
Bar Mitzvah ei Daniel, son of
Mi and Mrs .Milton Kane, will he
ided in the Saturday morning
.ervices, Jan 6. at Congregation
Yehudah Moshe, with Rabbi Shel-
don H. Steinmetz officiating.
Daniel is a student oi North Mi-
ami Beach Junior High, and attend-
ed Popiel religious school.
TfTADIT!t)NAL SALE
YEAR
PRICES SLASHED OH ALL IMS

STANDARD
O SPORTS FOREIGN
O COMPACT CARS
NEW USE3 MEW TREADS
B.EGoodricli
LIFE-SAVER
SlLVERTOWN
seals punctures permanently


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BLOWOUT PROTECTION. THE PREMIUM TIRE DESIGNED
TO RUN COOLER, PROVIDE THAT EXTRA MEASURE OF
MILEAGE AND GIVE SUSE-TIREO TRACTION FOR QUICK-
ER, SAFER STOPS.
B'GGER TRADCS THAN EVER BEFORE
DURING THIS SALE!
You Get Up To
AND MORE
FOR YOUR OLD TIRES
NO DOWN PAYMENT
Open A Norton Charge Account!
It's Good For A Lifetime
CONVENIENT
LOCATIONS
5300 M.W. 2Tth *v. Optn 24 Hours and All Day Sunday _
MIAMI BEACH
* K54
Alton nut
i, 4115 N.W.
U7t St.
MIAMI
* 5100 N.W.
27t Alt.
? ""3 *
Flatlet SI.
* 4SM N.W.
2n Alt.
* 41* W.
Fluid St.
* 677) SW. soutH MIAMI
l St. 5930 S.
W0 i-'" lllll Mwy,
HALLAN0ALE
?9 N.
Dim M.y
H0MESIEA0
1, 301M S. ,
MJq.
CAROL CITY f HOLLYWOOD ft. LAU0ERCALE
N0R7H MIAMI
* 133M N.W.
)U Ave.
203 S
W HOLLYWOOD
I 2413 S.
Slate Rl. 7
HEY WESV
S4I Green St.
i, 1SI0 s.
Fe. Hw.
1A SUM
1705 S.
Davie Bill.
2132 W.
Irta'l~ BivaV
ij
Sussman
Andrew Reiss
Philip Brown
Joel Penick
C" Sfcin

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Friday, January 5. 1962
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is shown in rehearsal as enacted by Mike Rudisill [left and
Marcia West (riqht), in preparation for the program to be
presented to children and parents at the Miami YMHA Branch
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Thi* is the third in a series of
five events offered by the "Y" in its Sunday Celebrity Series.
'Golden Goose' Slated Here
T b e Golden Goose." a child-
r<: pl.i> in three acts, will be the
third event in the Sundaj celebrity
series sponsored by the Miami
YMHA on Sundaj Jan. 14, at 2:30
p.m.
The Miami YMHA is a branch ol
thi Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Directed by Irving West, the
Penguin Players' featured per-
Academy Founder
Passes at 66
Max Silverberg, 66, a founder
and vice president of the Hebrew
demy of Greater Miami. died
Dee 29 while visiting in West End.
id Bahama Island
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riday. January 5, 1962 Jen ist fkridttan Page 7-A CJA Pacesetters Open With $385,000 Movie star William Bendix (left) is pleased to rsceive a citation from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital presented to him on the ic: c: a recent performance here in Miami. Making the r.tation is hospital trustee Harold Thurmcn, who praised hi -::qed artor "for spreading qood cheer" on the occasion visit to the new hospital. each Principal [o be Specker %  Katz, principal of Miami \ nior High School, will be taker at a meeting ol pare Hebrew High School ol i ( >i Jew ish Education. ,,r: ol the evening's pro be devoted to parent inferences regarding the ol indh idual classes and I thi children. held Wedne Bureau i t Jew r ling The H' •] Si hool has a large 11 ol his '• %  sch l< nts ;. in branches i cati I • 11; It unt> ••ml ;. : '••; %  CtlOl ri i'. • ,.\ t ret loi i tin Bui T Diabetics Jested Here A total <>t 12.054 persons were lesied during "Diabetic Detection Week" in l.he Greater Miami area, u was announced by Dr Seymour L. Alterman, chairman of the drive. sponsored by Ihe Vmerican DiabetH \->n. and ihc Dade County Medical Assn. Continued from Page 1-A for this year's campaign, according to Cal Kovens, /lereral campaign chairman. Tuesday right's success was credited by Kovens to 'the f*.-t that our community's leaders get out fror.f and lead." "Greater Miami's Jewish community numberalmost 100 000 now." Kuvi,..said., "They warn lo knov thai thesr lea lers are lead*is in de< d as well as in speech. 'I he} tound out Tuesday nijjht thai this itrue Our leaders Ceel atra ;• that they must set a got l exa aple tor their [i How citizi In addition to Kriedland and Kovens, the group hiard (rom Joseph Meyerhoff, national chairman i i the I uted J'.' i.-li Appeal. The L'JA represents the overseas needs financed by the campaign, and i> the largest single beneficiar) of Miami's Combined Ji ish Appeal. ^ Meyerhoff pointed to the increased cost of absorbing immigrants into Israel, where more than 1.000.000 pi rsci speaking dozens of different languages have arrived since 1943. Max Orovitz, Miami Jewish leader, and Herbert Friedman, executive director of the I'r.ited Jewish a!, al o s th "The joeakers errphasiied that the "New Hor : zo--s" theme for the 1962 campaign points up the fact that t!i's ysar's CJA must raise substantially more money than last year to meet the /jrowntg rcjuiremerts of the community's overseas, rational and local beneficiary agencies. %  The N'< li' rizi ns an therefor % %  Ki M ns explaii • I • our community to reac h for and al lain them W< 're IVI •. li rail start n ind i call upon our people in every phas ol tin campaign to put forth .he utmosi effort io achieve sue%  B G Predicts Welfare State By Special Report NEW YORK — Prime Minister Davi Ben-Gunon predicted this veck ;. al in 23 yi ai Ihe L'nited States may become "a welfare slate with a planned economy." Ben-Gurion said he based his prediction on ihe a-Mimption tha the years ahead will see an mcreasicrcc of American workers and farmers, and rising political Importance ol men of science. The Israeli leader's remarks appeared in an article in the current issue of Look Magazine, in which the magazine marked its 25th year of publication and presented the forecasts of leading world figures about the next quarter of a century. According to Ben-Gurion, this devel pment in th,' United States will be accompanied by a "gra lual democratization of Ihe Soviet Urn i" aa result <>i "internal pressure of I • constantly growing Intelligi n in Russia for more freedom and pressure of the masses for raising their living standards.'' Thiwill lead, Ben-Gurion said, io a world in 1987 in which "all armies will be abolished, and there v. ill be no more war-." Tin73-y. ar-old Prime Minis' r ilso predi< ted thai the l'nited Mans, "a truly United Nation." will build a "Shrine of the Pih ets" in Jerusalem which will be the seal of the "Supreme Court of Mankind." Vouffi Croups Hold Meetings Congregation Yehudah Moshe Young Judea Croups of boys and girls meet everj Tuesday at 7:30 p m. AZA boys also meet on Tues.,• the same hour. IIOTFJHWIRM I liOTH THE ROOM IT'S DONE VIA VSERVMON MBMTONS EXCLUSIVE IrXTKONlY (OMi'lTKK! |Just call PUH 1-0961. iHERATON HOTELS Judaea Groups Hold Conclave '••Israel—Lan I an I i's People" ,i ihe • : %  > recent Young aea conclave al Owaissa Bauer, .i Gerald S >ltz Zioi si Youth mmi-s a lounced. \1 %  •,•:•from all er Miami parti I in discusdancing, skits, ports, %  :.! Oncg ?hal bal sen ic< i r thi direc ion of Sandra Levy rnel CIJI i • ssisted by Linda Edelman, I %  Ihia Schorr, trinna Schwartz and Bob Charnin Discussions centered on "Tbeo, r He: %  F % % %  • %  • ler ol Zionism.' Israel's Fighl t >r Independence" •Modern Daj Israeli Life." Camp committi %  A as headed by ided Mr and ,ii i-' i a :• k Fart* nbloom. Mrs Mill, i „• d Mrs Manuel Bur• u.n Ki sin r meals for the Sab iath were from Phil p VV iss, ol He Royal Hun i %  : estaurant. Attending were Perrj Leff. Steven Labell, Robin August, Bonnie l ::..,!. Sara Drapkin, Ellen Reifl Barbara Blum, Wend} Eisenstadt, jack) Fi ster. Ruth Gold. Donna sti .: erg Patti Karp, Carol Shweky. Ronni Fried, Bonnie Plat:. In nc rurncr, Judj Karg, Janice A'ii er, Arnold Powell. Reed GorI, i. ,,., | ard Weldi n. Parry Gold, Barbara Weinstock. Gila Berger Judy Si rn, Leslie Picker. Susan Roth, Helena Fruchter. Toby Firlei, Steven Shavin. Sharon Shavin, Bonnie Cohen. Jean Enzer, Michele Lebar, Bob Lebar, Karen Li fkowitz, M, rsha Whitman. Karen Laurence Marilyn Seideman. and Sandra Goldstern. QN r y O-'J-O ( ] M&RE DIVIDEND LLARS FR Y&UAT... WASHINGTON FEDERAL I hotei" m 42 c>!e* cjt to co*4t m Sunday al 9:15 a m. Gerald Schwartz, r. gional director of the American %  ol Ihe Hebrew University, will i. si speaker. antkipafd ANNUAL DIVIIHND ON SAVINGS Opn or add to your WASHINGTON FEDERAL •avTnga account or. or before MONDAY, JANUARY 22, \M • * UIMIM •:•:•• •9-tfir?n| J WWlSfts WASHINGTON FEDERAL SAVINGS en* LOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI IEACH JACK D. GORDON Freii'dent ARTHUR H. COURSHOH CfiOiVrftan of ? %  "• Boa-a 17IU M. .I.II.HI AwMWIf iNII \SjsliinKltinaiid> Dnv, • All Otli.rs: .IKffrrMtn H-M4SI



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jStSSPB* %  *mt friiSijSiS* S#V-Pcge E >Jei*f rkrrff^r NEW .arw* D4V/fLS TO C^fS tL".'CHfOV Top Miami Merchants Answer CJA's Urgent (all to Serve in '62 %  %  • • -. -. %  51 • SAMUEL FRIEDLAND Chairman o-f Pocevetters 1 ^ i -rsr o HV ^ • -./.:'%  : 4 • • • • / %  • %  *•. *--, A %  ..' : cost • I H I %  • EAON6 POli 'N VKAV ..... ft;. ^V-y J R< C^ i # re rvor re i v. ^ ^?_ :~J-:rs 1 Women Set All-Out Drive General Soli! Feinberg. u Irenj enn i | .. | .., |9f2 llonzoi i ampaign. •• %  (hairmen %  i n Mi i D r ithj Kri ger F'.nk. .; Gerald P SoiU Mri Ben Mrl.arry Friedland, and |fn Jean C Lehman. I ir-t of a tenet "i met with groupi which have pledged who ratioi • rivi • been • he Mi I > nberg -aid Thej u t Iw e the National < ouncil 11 J Women, the B nai B r. n w the Pioneer Women the Won American ORT. the Jewish Homi lor the Aged Auxiliary, ar.d the h War V< lerai taxi lary Ihi General Solicitation D I i on ibeaded by Chan Heller A Budd 1 tiller w chairman <>f the '.! %  Committee .& m i %  \ "V %  -. a-c'iv .. r'-ft-VC ."0*7*417 Past 83, He Si HI Thinks of Oth.is %  %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  • • • %  •' Ri*a, Fred Scher, Riihard Harwich Oavid Sokd Hersch* 1 'Up the steps of i t d* shin in co-nr.ura! eausas" Tneyre working n the vital T, a j e an d P o'e,. .ions Council, headed by chairman Hyland Rife, and v.ccha.rmin Marshall S Harri, l.h 3 r.ght are Robe. 5chojk.lt Ha.fc rl C 3> er and ot' not pictured here, have been named vice men in the various divisions and groups T.ades and Professions Council. Jarrv Blank. Most of these man of th



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Iday, January 5. 1962 +.Jcni<>li Hrracfiftn Pace 5-A 1 FIRST FEDERAL'S new dividend rate on savings is 4 l / 4 % per annum, paid quarterly Your savings will now earn more at FIRST FEDERAL of Miami, for America's Oldest Federal has increased its dividend rate to 4 \ £% per annum, paid quarterly. .. that is, four times a year. This dividend increase is made possible by FIRST FEDERAL'S achievement of an operating expense ratio substantially lower and more efficient than for savings and loan associations in general. The dollars thus conserved through economical management are available for dividends on savings without any increase in FIRST FEDERAL'S mortgage interest rates and without reduction in reserve strength. Because this dividend rate increase is based upon economy of operation rather than anticipated increase of income, FIRST FEDERAL pledges that it will continue making home mortgages during the first half of 1962 without any change in its present mortgage interest rates of 5 1 > — 5 3 4 % and 6% per annum, nor will there be any increase in residential loan expenses, .T.-* -• First Federal is also proud to have been the leader in a new policy of paying dividends on a quarterly basis. This means that every three months your savings will earn dividends at the new rate of 4' 4 % per annum... and you can use this extra money for immediate needs, or you can leave it to be compounded and further increase your future earnings. So open your account now at one of FIRST FEDERAL'S five convenient offices. You'll always find a warm, friendly welcome where people come first. Savings received up to the 20th of the month, will earn dividends as of the 1st. Where People Come First First Federal Savings i gjgUi AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI H\ H. Walker, Chairman America's Oldest Federal.. .Largest in the South DOWNTOWN-Mln Off!e 100 N.E. in Avenue CORAL WAY 2750 S. W. 22nd Street LITTLE RIVER 8380 N. E. 2nd Ai


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I Peg* 10-A MlsHkrM&r From My Diary By MAX LERNER Coast Guard Cites Skinper MHbkY • %  %  i : [Modern of DC I (i' I the Nazi • • : %  eve 1 I I lu vmg U %  octet] •" ^'%  • %  r %  •• %  having allowed I | r.enci I • ... -._-...%  '... %  cr f I By I f tftis eveni • • in i I ~ i 1UESDAY -:• f_al st for a I • : .-• a • breal ... ten %  i... %  Latin AI "•-• %  • •" i j %  : I wander tr %  : %  '%  • %  ......... -. WEDNESDAY In a DGVI %  i -----• e hours hi sense •.h the comi •• %  %  .•• %  •• %  %  •" • • • • %  • ... • gene; t %  • seed is gl break through t and without si of i i of v [or ; THURSDAYThe lights in (1 • •• %  %  : -: :• -',--• • r %  %  .-.. Brandt & sun Ha -.-.:,..-. %  ;•-••i n '.he fre< [ Berlin, and the I i.-.mpagr.t ai %  • I around :he %  • One of the great the motion ; Stanley Kramer I • • e the most tment %  r > ,ple that Hollywood :.. I ^ether. "Jtn %  is a wet! re that 4 to oe made and the .... f the ti .... ... rut s" ripping %  • • %  %  i r not or. %  %  %  • i i ealthjr effect c forgotten i ber ; %  • • %  Rcbbi Rutchik To be Speaker .: %  %  Her £sso/ Wins Tropiy • FUNERAl H ;vL lEfferson I 7 J Edward T. NcwMon f • a Z t %  jr GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 17th Avenue Miami, Fla. HA5?v GORDON IKE GORDON Frkkiy, January 5 l^ 1 I. r VOYAGER Congress /nn %  • -_ ~:-e' -%  %  • 'eres 1 C s : "3 • • %  12350 BISCAYNE BLVD (US. 1) MIAMI FLORIDA feT^ FREE! THURMOND MONUMENT CO. INVITES rOU TO V.'SfT THflt SHOWOOM$ AKO DlifUl 100* f0 MO STOBT ,-. '£ BVILDISG A*IT M/f $fVI TOU AS i'.: -: % %  SO ViST OTHfli 3253 S.W. 3th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 VfM0'4lS Of BlAbTT DIGSITr AVD KMMNfWCT GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS personc/iied* service of the blackstone flower shops where you get more for your money un 6-1233 24-hour service except ros.'i hashono and yom kippur WKAT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK HOI i,E\ Iffffl in \LTII S.\LO\ SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COLONICS Mtndoy Thru Sunday 9 a.m %  7 pjn. iaturia 1 9:30 3.m.-4 p.m. 2080 BtSCAYNE BIVO Ph. FR 31252 0 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM %  N.W 25'S ST at 103rd AVE TU 5-1689 Hear the World's Finest Music : WKAT-FM : : i c • your FV. dia' %  .' 5 ONLY PUI C •• '.' JS : STAT '• Pre '.'ORE LIVE C< WKAT-FM



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***************** a^a^a^aM ?•--. i_* H'' Hrs-Hitr "Jewish Floridian OFFICE Bad PLAWT .:: NX S_r^ 9nM Telephone FH MBS • • --,...,• ..-%  %  : :•:•: ......... .• %  • %  .. ...-*-. :.. % %  %  ...%  ••-.:-.: %  .Er-r" ~ E ; .-•<••-.;,:-. ;-t •-> : "• %  '* 'SZ KCNDCSf ISRAEL BUREAU — 1 Bet !* — Te: EAT :.%  .: • i •1R %  ; i : M Rousing CJA Opener u :'.'._• ".: h r.r-r : r -. 6 C _s.-: ; -.-v. efor -%  .-:::.::. seeded here ': ; --.'.; .-. v ireek eicca tieopic oeed abroad the ic •a Orcm which inderscon -." ~ European Jewry's tear: tecs story wmce re:-^:" ; lie e*.<; ;r-. 10 lot 1962 a is but a smell pen t: Bcrosa our own DOUCC and here re Srecter .'•' ami A.-.-r.-e Beve.-. oger.cei perform ocly yeomen a senrice in a variety :: heai ecux .::'-. and welfare program s %  • Dealing With a Threat itavGurion's Surprise .1.-. 7 • nc P.'.-' .'.:. \\ frieadsh-a tsi : rrea thea eelm deter %  ether the Are: : or :. v In the pest the West Sermon Federal Repuoh Bee-_i are on the hotel chain wl illy -.v.. the Arafa bluff No ore tan really put .' any better than the pokesmea themselves: Does the Arab League also intei otting :r.e ','S ..-. s friendly /:.. [arc e ..-. the entire affan c Je %  '-.-•• ss sobers .the Arabs in b > the Hi an • : While Ihe %  ttema-j t :ao.e 1] .-:• r j the ;.;• -•• %  -' %  %  U '. ; %  -: of M e East iJernmc eageab4e rcthei than :n espeeien: The Israel Philharmonic -' %  -"-I* ; Uhcrmcnk 1 %  ents the world's hiq %  vement u a cor nertone :: Israels cultural • w =; r_i 't" predatin j the ^ of the Je ver y .., stands as monument to Jewish ...:.,.. ~:.=r 25th anniversary of thi tra dur%  "' 'ah year is therefore • memorable occasioo Suesl ; Dsc: ...-.p^ performance ;: Beethoven i Ninth Symphony at the anniversar) was '" ... Embi j as U does S and to hui oi Friday. Jana during ihe week ... as i see it by LEO MIKDUN %  THE RECENT ter Mian b*r of -de oi y: -%  it r* tad t .: rJ %  ire • %  %  : %  %  %  %  t : %  ::• ,i r*i P T M £ s E %  • • : %  st p : %  %  .ttacber -' easily n %  • •' ? to I • sa C.ASS.C UUSiSiTAMHMt Of fffVftfNCC AND HSMCT A =i R r = ?CV /.HAT %  J 2 ra ist : • %  %  %  : • %  %  %  %  %  %  .j. '• ." UAPTAfliri 70 C.-iAOi *p H C ABERRANT VIEM • %  i a ih< Jew %  • • %  • ; %  .. to be s catch-all for parer.t-chJo • i -.: the aturditv of pernuss thing I •,; past The msi • ii %  %  t th< difficult;. %  the) facI I to their iddi ..derably to shepiat •rr.pK.rar. the roaclusMM of : worid The aaclesr-s] :tion of prii arena th. ol l France, i these u Mild have been s m man' I Cc-.tinucd on Page 6 A • r



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Fridav, January 5, 1962 Jet%i L'Ji thi n N i will Samu i ivii ;: [i Mas; Rabl i %  severs conlril utoi largi nd reservati its ma; %  • %  i i i • 'the 9 registration I %  I i 'I •• %  i'Secret Fals' Party 1 • • 1 : irb, i ranged extii r the comini ; p; %  ol the Bu:eau ot Jewi. h Educct ins for its annual workshop sesB ; and 30 rn "Tlie Jewish TeenA Questions Jewish Education.'' Seminar gi will be held at Temple Emc.nr.-F:. Bvid Congregation. Beth Torch Ccngrec; ind Temple Israel. Standing (,e-t to ri • :;re Mesdames Pat Leslie. Temple Be:h S C!a:e B. S'anley. Israelite Center; Je n e Solo Coral Wav Jewish Center; Norma Harrow, Temple Menorah; Bernice Parker, Coral Way Jewish Center; Samuel Lerner, Corel Way Jewish Center. Sealed 'left to right] c:e Mesdames Ida ELsenman, Council secretary. Tifereth Jacob; Lawrence Scherr, Council vice president, Beth Dcvid; Beatrice Hirsch, Council president, Temple Eeth Sholom; Arlene Harris. Council vice president, Temple nu-El. v ,-NV Joint Installation For Pythians installation of the Kr,. 'f I'ythia*. Roosevelt 1 "7 ..:. the Pythian Sisters, y i .%  ., %  33. will be held ca .c. Pythian Hall. ; \i fn ers %  ir Roosevelt Lodge w • incj Levine, chancellor lamingo Chapter Sees Film %  I i _,i ch ip'er of National ( ii Hospital meettening in Melvin led ;i showin i I %  Si II Examina\:; i ncan Cancer Mario iti n al d 11 ctor, a %  • ; Howi II • i and ;i n w r %  e ilm. snnoo 25 commander; Louis Friedberg, vice chancellor; A. Jeffrey Edelman, prelate; Reuben Idels, master ol work; Sol Stern, master-at-arms; Harvej Reisman inner guard; Abe VIid i %  guard. Milton Green secretarj Gerald Brass, treasurer; and Jack Weiss, finan. lal -> cretar> Installing officer will be Lewis rai / New officer* : r Ro tsevelt Tempi) are Mesdame* Ralph Gross • i Nathan Miller. i-ii-i excellent eti ef; Bernard Kap. IOI Man in Vi nior; 1 c 11 rei irj Shirley ivid Cypress, Ilex 1 protec : Mill lard; and Mn. Edith FieH, tnrhi wnoe. K Hollywood. Calif. won S25.Q0 tor her Kishi Itilunne. Ann Hodson, pianist. Installing officer v. ..I be Mrs. ncus Bach Entertainment will feature stage and night club -tar Gracie Barrie ami comedian Bobby Gale. Walk Hankm at the piai Shop Burd'oe's for the Sou'h's widest assort~-ert s best in values newest in fashion and ho^e trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shoo the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monday end hidty nghtj. iniimi, miami beach 'til f 163rd nee! ft liuderdile, wtit pW*'ff's J If ''' %  %  ... : ; eppersorany use foi lli lima YOU GETCI:.:O il recipe with IX top t0: PlWllii tin. N. Y. We will : • e e : ..: %  recipes beSE KASHA .'• I Brown Buckwheat i > 'b bufr Of 8 (UCChlnl S9.mh r .il e i i „ iii n M : n> OpM -JJ 2 s'.o kl celery, 3 • • :oonn. tlicerl SQJIS'I aftd I ITS it. turn nt five m nul r ;. ... with %  .-. • i M *0 m • Groais AMERICA'S No. 100% PURE BEEF PRODUCTS jriy the fi vest in .. fr;.-n KoshPr %  ide r":esh daily i clean kitchen id ? Government I id O r n od o x 1 iic a I Supervision. KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO ^l 4 i i 1 4 < I 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 4 < 4 ONE LB.NET WT.~ 454 GRAMS iBRPJfi MIIIIUI *,... amc **•"**. I* u jr, i L l ,""** r — We put it here—on the label. It means exactly the same: strictly kosher— the C is the seal of approval Of THE UNIOS OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. ..A



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piday, January 5. 1961 fenisi fhrkUairi Page 1 At Miami Beach Federal ws believe (7Z r pt pie, the desire for security is natural. I A r ^ [O At M %  Federal, YOUR n I up to $10,( > and earn dividi {\? /y the .; %  .• : rate oi I : ; per year. 0 \& *' i family affair and n the Miami 1 / / Federal I ver I strong who are now en. ying a year-end dividend of • COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF CONDITION As O' Deceo-Der 31. 1961 DIRECTORS ONE !• 1(0 DiC 31. "HO $ 2C c : 415979 121M B53 M 1 653.800 00 5.341.96S £8 39$: 18 "8 ASSETS 'a1 : md Sec rit>es 01 Itie US 'ffT es f %  • >.' rtgagc Loans Loans on Si. ngs Aec< Feoeral Home Lean Ba-ik Stock Off C Buildings, Equipment and Paring Lots — Other Assets TOTAL ASSETS $150,212.333 99 LIABILITIES Saving! Recounts .... $133.8"8.?59.40 e [can Bank Advances 2 OPO.OOO.OO Loans r -::ess 2C7b. 854.19 abilities 3M.843 02 Unea-ned Income 319.007.96 Swp us and Reserves 11573.689.42 fOTAl LIAG :S $150,212,333.99 DECEMBER 31, 1961 b 16,701 650.27 142 793,993.96 I38.091.S8 2.036,400.00 5,248,104.94 597,517,38 S167,515 758.13 S148.739,627.15 2,000.000.00 2,725,456.31 377,107.10 917,874.34 12,755 693.23 5167.515 758.13 Mitchell Wolfson Chiirmin ol re Boa'd C,. 1 e A. Fe" % %  .* President Carl Weinkla •Srr.'or Vice President Myron N. Willison J> Vice Pres end Tre*s. A. Louis Brown. Ir. Sr. Vie* Pre* Mid Sec. Dan Chappell Peter Karig V :e President Ritter levinson Arnold Levy Marcus 0. Sarokin V :* Plfs irB Mgr ol So„tii snoie Oil I John E. Shuey Milten Weiss V.re P.-esiae"t Henry D. Williams Paul C. Wimbish jSpO | /% f ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND %  fani— #0 PA,D QUARVERLY ALL FUNDS RICUVED ON OR BifORl JANUARY 22nd WILL IARN DIVIDENDS fROM JANUARY 1st SAVE-BY-MAIL We pay the postage — both ways. We make no charge to transfer your funds from anywhere in the U.S.A. to Miami Beach Federal. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLDEST


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Fcce 6-B fjtnist' fkii Si'liif Friday. Jc -.-.Esther aroup o: Hadawah celebrates the programs of HadcsBch Medical C:::cnizct.on at c luncheon in the Barcelona hotel. Lett to tight are Mesdames Florence Cassileth, chairman; Irene R. Perlyn, president; sculptor Jo; n Emil, who erected the statue ol Henrietta Szcld; and Miami Beach Mayer Kenneth Okc, guest speaker. Hadassah Puts Accent on Music Menon >up I H ill < -< rvc Jew is tlusi< Month on day with a | rogram to be | r i %  n< d bj \ d r Sti • I •' vto: %  t he University ol Miami j-> mi The pr igrai %  •''•' i .... Hoi M %  %  %  i nrversity of • of the meetr .. is 12 3 p.m. play the I "ne iel's foremost nti orary sers. Oedi • '' %  11 • v.... r • pri • %  y s*< • %  •• m ... [nte i Music Fesl I i • i ] \. %  •list at 1 I S! i i : Mrs. Stanley 1 i \'n< on in fsr %  i Music will f' vycal i -' Mon %  i 1001 E. Poi I j up ill ] I as v ell as .-i series ol sliderrade in Isi jo* ns. • • -. %  tber J rticli leled bj stui -.%  < Fashii %  Visitoi ne to the showi f the i '• th Fas its Ful :f MrI • tzu HO SW : %  I %  %  i %  V.CTOR STERN Hadassah Groups To Meet Here '.',.%  ';: %  p Ol V • m •• %  Vfi j r Kenneth Oka w ill bi musical selections by .1 -; h v. Malek. ac< n I bj \ %  lo. will b< pi i si nte I. -v ip will meet Monday at noon Re ments rill be ser Deborah Hospital Luncheon Regular luncheon meeting ol the mi chapter, M' -: '.; held Tuesadaj a) the in char) e ol res • • Mrs. Roland < %  '• ppl< Mrs. Binder Heads Committee %  I %  I Service. %  %  • • %  %  • %  cer victii Mrs Josi h %  '• %  crs, ol New N irk City national pn ent Mrs. I %  uller is ; p No. 43. Mizrachi Women Plan Functions Hatikvali chap'er M ell i rVomei • lion ol %  .; %  it • t hoti % %  Kinneret chapter i ill mi'Cl M day at thi • f Mrs Hirsch. 1701 SW 85th ct Southwest chapter uj av( a card partj ci of Mrs Isa ic Bi %  %  r Mrs B man nd Mrs N". Zeichi hostesses Dov chapter in< I card party will he held Wednesi ay noon Jan 1" at Bi th El S; gogue Hosi a re Mrs \ Bi sti in and Mrs R W< ngr w Mrs D, Pick* r ill resent ; pr >gram Miami Beach chapter Mrs. Ida \ Sen! luncli %  Cedars Women Win Award %  s %  tile Au • • tev Less I %  %  %  >cd si ji %  •. %  |tj h;> :.ini Is [Tie their e with a i "H< art G pletioi the Ai i Pa vilion. MiSamui %  Itei e cilati Cedars %  Mrs N Levii presii nt. • that "thi i accoi ment s i the skills %  kinds of '. %  on en's hai n to the conl £ENCE AT A SAVING! RUGGED 48-INCH B>0I, < CHAIN LINK 5S C i FENCING umaB / 1 %  ItulkMtd Fcr-e Masters ESTIMATES Your Fer.ce Fcice Masters INSTALLS Your Fence Fence Masters GUARANTEES Your Fenci / ft., NO MONEY DOWN CALL fo r FREE Estimate TV 5-1446 14 YEARS FENCING IN SO. FLORIDA •Minimum IrtitelloUfi IOC tt fattt a ttmirl citi nd top roil ti*'#. this low, low installed price includes wire, line posts, and fitting* S a.m. lo 5 p.m. Daily Closed Sunday Courteous Salesmen Competent Ere^ori. Notional Council of volunte Mondlick, o! Shores v n Mrs. ( set Division, and Mi s Ann Segal, cf Bey Divisi %  rninq '.' %  t to the I in sraf '; lo lerqartens I 5i I :f over 5.0 en v lien the GreaU i Mian i axea al :! on c:: i r[ ,c n the ca r.pm of the Universi %  %  Ltivi Nc* Vock pri 4lh Return May 8th. a passover pilgrimage to ISRAEL ifab s* r row • % %  • %  35 day Mediterranean CrL.se VISiT Spa.n Sicilv Italy Gree • ENJOY Neit reai t isale" *pa'tol vo.ir Pass'ver Hcl'da. IT ls'i PAMICIPATf n contemporary 2. t shipboa 1 reni nt's on AMERICAN EXPORTS S NLINER ssATLANTIC $S95 i .. i i ..... V til Mfi r •..' '•• %  An t;.'. t) % %  •• i i i ai %  • %  %  %  ^ t %  Wi teorphon. 2IONIST ORC-NIZAliON 6F AMERICA 145 East 3?i "tSt N • %  16. N v •• NOW-FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORBDA %  NASSAU .MO. M JBM J g* m 4 h e ? C. TLOP'OA \t your "floating hotel" for 2 dei'gnttul r gris at iea: 2 full days and a night •.%n Nassau, convex ent to Bd/ Straai ;: Paradita Beacn ... all attrae! ALL (8) meals included ALL ocean. kriaw statai spjicous. opeair Ccc's • e ih,p') everythirg %  :!'( %  ..re. Calypso Da-it,ng. Cartain's r M.dnight Snacki Contu tntal BroaKitei S ; i luetdayi -,'id Friday) 4 45 r M s 54 '29 r M#? fOfiOAI ie ony Travel Aotni or ?Q STEAMSHIP CO. w m. f, nun WCME 9 3i3i INDIAN RIVER NAVEL ORANGES AN0 SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT $>i50 4 1 BUSHEL DELIVERCO N1VIHE£ IN U.I.I, SHtPPznsj-7 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Here! I Op* n Daily & Sua. 9 *Vai. 10 P.M.|



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tric'Tv January 5, 1962 9> In* f ffir rSHia^r Pace 7-B lohcnna Martzy "o Perform Hero %  %  .' %  Eui I her firs S % %  ••• %  ,1 • Sjmphcnj Sevltzky c nS • and M u > %  r %  -•,,%  • i i: • rie %  y \. • it a %  E • Y • • he iii n h str %  %  lhai %  % %  %  I I in Ci ;o..o < < (MAJtiZ/ As >.t -t rec 'a ill and re-v "1 •Aits Mi iv i$ h wn %  ••" L ei |,c->nicl br : l!iarce a-d mislei-ful p;r'c r iar>ce of the ten Jee'h*. en sca'as, the ix Bach lonatai anj partita* faf unael 0 mf!f-!?d v ei-r, -d all the iotin •• -> r le Nightingale." Di i i |< Me Onlj With Thine Eyes." ers." and "'The Coekle (latherOther arias to be presented by Miss Marshall are The King of Thule and Jewel Song from Faust,'' by Gounod, and In Ouesta Reggia, from "Turnadot," by Puccini. The native Canadian artist will later this season undertake a sixeek tour of the nation with the Boston Opera Companj production %  "La Boheme," starring aMimi. role in which she made her operatic debut with that companj Previously, .\li-Marshall exi rie i I resounding successes in irs of tin Soviet L'nion. England, Italy, Holland and Gern %  CATERING... a fa DIPLOMAT Lunchisni. Tea?. Receotior* Banauets Pt Dinners 'rom ^O to 2000 catereo m :- manner o' The Diplomat ... an unhurried, attentive, soft-spoken service that manes an event of your occasion. Hebrew-Speaking Group ting ol "Chug I\. % %  ..' Hebrew. %  ;roup hi v ill '..:. place Jan 9 8 p m al Xer Ta i Di Meyers u ill d scuss "B s ol the C ••• in !• %  MOLLVWOOD W/A 3-8111 FR 1 -0781 DIPLOMAT | i u N %  .; ? ,:. Francisco's colorful Chinatown Kw and dancers do the famous Grant Avenue" : • .. Drum Song." film version of Rodgers tein's mas i Froadway nms cal, now in its sec• veek .. the Carib Miami, Miracle and 163rd Street %  f |*> You'll find complete MW> that ^f> f oc i|jtj es to exactly satisfy Business Meeting, $ your needs in the Kismet, Banquet, or W Aladdin, Scheherazade and Special Occasion J Rubaiyat Rooms, b. it for • weddinT or a p.-ivata party I it thi "O4L loiters # tor Inlormallotn HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRECTOR JE 1-606! M lh l* Collln* *•• fjgtl til 1(141 At I4lk Mill! • MIAMI 111(1



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Friday, Jcnuary 5. 1962 *• kw ?f fh rSdlam *^~~ Page It 3 LEGAL NOTICE s, -HE CIRCl I • T OF THE RCUIT H • \CLRV N. c Mim BY HENRY LEONARD %  Jl DGE'S CCL jD FOR DADE COUNT\ I'DN PROBATE Nc M 3! a I NOTICE TOCREDITORS %  .. ... %  I I I I %  i %  nil f • -..HI. i %  %  • • %  -.I' I • -. in %  • %  %  %  : %  -r COLRT OF THE .THJUDC.ALCIRCl TCP %  • %  N A\OF R DADE \ %  N CHANCERY. %  • %  c c OF ;. r %  -.%  %  1 111 • • .t • h %  r LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE I • I %  F: CTITIO L %  •' %  %  When It's Kiddush Time in Texas ... CeC 1961, toy#-J Pfod.;*'o" %  • N D 0 rt D B-B %  .. CE -o CRf D %  LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTS JUDGES COURT l\ AND FOR D4Dr COU"'" r Y. FLORIDA. i\ PROBATE No. -9f20B N li \ NC~>CE OF NTENTION TO %  .' trr L CATION FOR DISTRiBL I '• AND F:NAL D SCARCE LEGAL NOTICF %  • T IE : RCl COL'RTOFTHE ELEVENTH JOO C <>L RCL f OP FLORTA \ JOfORDJOE COUNTV N '_ < 47 Nc %  • ,. |{K XI *>N HI ml %  h n T %  %  -., %  A 111 In liH l'l I • • • (I %  -.. \ III! i l!ST XATIU.NAl. 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Pcge 12-A +JeHistrkr*dK*r Friday, Jcnuary 5, JH W^ Junior High Students Gather As ., parl 01 its .i gulai seru %  .; inn Tei • ; k %  r • %  7" • • nl L'l itcd ALMER f**% MEMORIALS^ **9 Bet': El Sisterhood Shown i cl the more than 2:: %  | weliai • •:•%  to the Str.te Decc::C 3 er • bution to chil• %  •• i ber; M home ambers oi the v %  • H N Couner; Mrs 'u'iet Bvrko, volunl i t y Jo -.-..' %  .rej •eier:c:::v€s McLec i v '• i Src Cental I :• '• • : : %  • • Mil : : :-••. %  Mr. %  Note 'Dramatic Gain in Civil Riahts m SPECIALIZE in CO;:DOLE>X:E From S7 £ D We Deliver FRUJT CIRCUS %  'Viomi's Oniy Jewish MdMMll Builders" 1 Exclusive Deoler "ROCK OF AGES FAMILY MEMORIALS Continued From Paje 1 A spread patterns at :i rninarory [ -ac it i in hiring VD! • %  ( I I ll : i • • %  nakc its first B • : | %  :.. The .'e Labor < • |, lions the I i %  • %  ing cfll I %  clubs, a troupfrateri I i. %  • %  i %  • ...... •. • il I •: : I ; %  1 %  • • % %  %  • • %  • %  • %  %  if. %  %  %  • • • i : %  Seek Aid Funds far R K 65 ...... %  :v~ Scheduled U SUNDAY, 14 1 %  7 •; i K'. Sin* SAMUFl K.'TMAN 1 p m. Ml. '.' I 0 C I I SUSAN 601DSTE I :J PALMER'S MIAMI MONUMENT CO 3279 S.W. 3-h Street Hi 4 0921 Phones HI i 0122 1 T 39 LiaCA'.NS BLVD. FK 4 2710 fR 4-8783 Continued from Page 1 A V \ ir.ee i. It.I I he picture. The numbei %  r -. %  : %  • %  %  %  %  • • %  •' %  "•• iRRA thci %  %  il shan Bjsssssssssaha*^'^. IMIjTti !jmi Hebrew 9ook Stc^e; •• •. • r JE H 1-V3 I • %  t [ Sy r %  -.'.r i.fi 9 i REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Grfo?ri-st & C : i st Supplier 'or Sync-: Hebrew i. Santa Schools. rVho'csole I /SBi.'l' G'..> 4WD NO'.TUIES • .'. ,. rytor A*. il Metropolitan Bank announces INCREASED INTEREST RATES on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS from 3% +o 3V2% per year effective Jan. I, 1962, payable QUARTERLY. Funds left en deposit a year or moft will earn £L "fft P*' onnum Earn the maximum interest allowed by government regulations. Deposits made by Jan. 10 will earn interest from Jan. I Utilize all the facilities of complete bank service. %  Here, memory is forever enshrined in beauty M II .. .M.-t .,,.1 %  :• i %  HI be J "iir lu-i ..ii ha* • II lur otri I IMI | J \ !'• ; %  i .I i'• I 11-\. ("riling "III i\ ,.|ji .,.,,i|.in. iul IUlN \ r i.l I r mi lj\c. .,... %  -.., .iiiiinii ti.u,. %  ... > ...IT initial • VIIUI mil i,.•'' l II Ii Ii.-.!. in lit. Il||. IllMIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEM£Tl I I Mwei O6WNT0WN PWK-$OP tin mt F0I ONE HOUR letropolitan gmank 117 HI. FIRST AVtNUC IN i-i HUH or DOWNTOWN MIAMI ka tHOHl. M 1-9641 l6#.tt 5L.C5 Northwest 3rd St. Phone MOhawlt 1-7693 FOR DETAILS WRITE TO ', • Mount Mebo Cemetery 5505 N w 3rd S-re dj ; ./...../ : • / tin M • N Ml-lll ||0tl*l n-Jivf JTJIIM llCllil CtrOS'T MUIANCI cotroiiic : %  • I /..I



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Friday, January 5, 1962 *Jenisti Marie/fan Page 13-B J^ar ^Aiitzvalt As a gift to suo-cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free f:r the asking a corsage to each mother of a 3ar or Bas Mitzvah Ri .juests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami i, Fla., one month in advance Inc.ude the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p.ace of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. Ths corsago will be ioiw+fttm: J tfcyou courte*y oi-Black stone Ptwi: Shops-irMime for the cccas.on. SharerShavin Friday nighl services, Jan, 5, at /. U include the Bas i\ ah S laron, daughter oi and Mrs S imuel Shavin, 5940 %  \\ L'r (l tcr, a : granddaughter ol ibbi \ fred Wax vent! >nor stu lent al ch P mior High, Sharon • %  • I yi ar al Hebrew mber oi the Au and Girl Scout %  e in the school host the Oneg following [he Laurence Stein i N %  Shapiro will of:, at tl Mitzvah of Lauol Mr. and Mrs, s iturdaj. Jan. u. • h D • Hr :i ia seventh I student dl Shenandoah Juni; T ii ibies are mo tel %  k-col lei Rcnjld Mynrs raid Myers .it observe hi? Ii n ih in Saturday morning, 6, at 1 % %  Beth Sholom, R; ub • Kronish officiatMr. a n d Mrs. Albert %  I Go'denbern Barry Bojin Ml Sperling Sharon Shavin loi4 E "• .-< % % %  ew .. ai :• '.; maid is %  • upli'( infirmation I M*rn Sussman J .,: • i %  .. ill be the site oi ol Mark Sussman ning, Jan. t>. Rabbi Pi %  ill i fficiate, and oth r. William, will per canti r • itdent at Ponce do and a graduate ,i ile Hebrew -chool. the son of Mr. and Mrs Si in, Mil Paradiso, i bles ibbat Friday evenRobert Rosenfield ing and the Kiddush following the ceremony on Saturday will be held in honor ol the Bar Mitzvah. Joel Penick Saturda) morning services, Jan. 6, at Temple Zion, will include the Car Mitzvah of Joel Hersh, ><>n ut Mr an Mrs Saul Penick, S\V [6th • with Rabbi Alfred Waxman offu iating Joel ia seventh grade -indent at West Miami Junior Huh. and plans t" continue in the Temple's rew High and confirmation class Attendin the Bar Mitzvah and Kiddush in his hon ir will be Joel's (.real ..• ""' r. Mrs A S ntzov, N V :• .grandmother, Mrs, R :• Pi .k, and his grandenls Mr and Mrs Joshua Max : in Ian i • Barry Bogin Bar Mi zvah i I Barrj Bogin will • k-ed on Sal n laj mon Hi re\ Acadi with Rabl Alexander S Gross ficiati %  M %  Mrs I in, 557 Men lian ave., the Bat Mitzvah is in the eighth grade al the v idi n > His father is a member ol th • Academy, a n d Mrs, V igin ia life member, now sei tn i in T ..i Hebrew AcadeI j Women Kiddush follow ii services and a reci ption in the evening at the rath Haven hotel will be held in his honor. Robeit Rosenfield Robert Edward, son of Mr and Mrs Abi iham Ro( nfield, erandson oi Mrs Rachael Rosenheld, will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning. Jan. 8, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman v ill officiate, Tlie celebrant attends Ida Fish eJunior High and is a member ol the school hand. A rec< ption in his honor will be at (he Coronet hotel on Sunday evening. Harold Goldenberg Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Harold Alan Gol enberg on Saturday morning, Jan 6, al Temple Emanu-El. The Bar Mitzvah is the son of Mr and V, Morris Goldenberg .'i.d \he grandson of Mr and Mrs. Isidore Stoller and Mrs Ida Goldenbei .. Harold ian eighth grade honor student at Nautilus Junior Hun A recep in h h nor will held ..t the con si cl Ih ser\ ices, ridlip Brown Beth !' % %  Lingie I be the e ol Mi z< ah ol Ph ip Malcolm, son i t Mi. and Mrs William Brc i t ler on Saturda) 6 Rabbi Max A, I I ciatin phili • ..' %  I dent al Ni r '. Mia in '.'•< a< h 1 • i r H.' h a i inrJs t he ci trega lion pre nfirmi ...... His h ibli i n i Andrew Reiss s i*,urdaj i rn ; sen it es. Jan 0. al Bi To rah ( ingregauon will include Ihe Bar Mitzvah ol Andrew M. Reiss, wilh Rabbi Max A Lipschitz officiating Son of Mr. and Mrs Hans Reiss, 1212 XE 176th ter., Andrew w a seventh grade studenl at Xorth Miami Beach Junior High and the congregation's Hebrew school. He is a graduate of Mrs. Bassett's piano school. A reception and luncheon in his honor will be on Sunday a' the Carillon hotel Allan Einhorn On Jan 6, Saturda) morning services at Israelite Center will include celebration of the Bar Mitzvah of Allan Einhorn, with Rabbi Morton Malavsky officiating All in ian honor roll student in seven h gra e ol Shenandoah Junior High a d atti nds the CenU r's rcli. -. hool. His p; cents Hr and Mrs. Sidne> nhorn. 2020 SW 33rd ave.. will sor the I neg Shabbat on Friday and K the conclusion %  sen. es Satui da) in I ht ir son's honor Stephen Sperling Stei hi M i hael, son ol Dr a \ rJ, s .-: erling, will observe his Bar Mi i\ ah al Beth David on Saturda) n rning, Jan ti. w ith Rabbi Xi n tan N Shapiro offu lal ii g An i htl le studenl al Shen• High, Stephen is ., m mber ol ih< Actives Club i,.par.;.is %  I host the Oneg Shabbal and he Kiddush in his • Mark and Philip Spool Rabbi Solomon Schifl will officiate al the Bar Mitzvah of Mark Philip, twin sons ol Mr. and Mrs Milton Spool. 2170 SW 17th St. Ceremony will be held Saturda) morning, Jan. 6. at Congregation Beth El. Mark and Philip attend the congii ation's religious school, and are cventh grade students at Shenandoah Junior High, where they play i thi -i h ol or< hestra Daniel Kane Bar Mitzvah ei Daniel, son of Mi and Mrs .Milton Kane, will he ided in the Saturday morning .ervices, Jan 6. at Congregation Yehudah Moshe, with Rabbi Sheldon H. Steinmetz officiating. Daniel is a student oi North Miami Beach Junior High, and attended Popiel religious school. TfTADIT!t)NAL SALE YEAR PRICES SLASHED OH ALL IMS £ STANDARD O SPORTS FOREIGN O COMPACT CARS NEW — USE3 — MEW TREADS B.EGoodricli LIFE-SAVER SlLVERTOWN seals punctures permanently • % %  -* %  NYLON CONSTRUCTION FOR THE MAXIMUM IN BRUISE BLOWOUT PROTECTION. THE PREMIUM TIRE DESIGNED TO RUN COOLER, PROVIDE THAT EXTRA MEASURE OF MILEAGE AND GIVE SUSE-TIREO TRACTION FOR QUICKER, SAFER STOPS. B'GGER TRADCS THAN EVER BEFORE DURING THIS SALE! You Get Up To AND MORE FOR YOUR OLD TIRES NO DOWN PAYMENT Open A Norton Charge Account! It's Good For A Lifetime CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 5300 M.W. 2Tth *v. Optn 24 Hours and All Day Sunday MIAMI BEACH K54 Alton nut i, 4115 N.W. U7t St. MIAMI 5100 N.W. 27t Alt. &f ""3 Flatlet SI. 4SM N.W. 2n Alt. 41* W. Fluid St. 677) SW. soutH MIAMI •l St. 5930 S. W0 i-'" lllll Mwy, HALLAN0ALE ?9 N. Dim M.y H0MESIEA0 1, 301M S. MJq. CAROL CITY f HOLLYWOOD FT. LAU0ERCALE N0R7H MIAMI 133M N.W. )U Ave. 203 S W HOLLYWOOD I 2413 S. Slate Rl. 7 HEY WESV S4I Green St. i, 1SI0 s. Fe. Hw. 1A SUM 1705 S. Davie Bill. 2132 W. Irta'l~ BivaV ij Sussman Andrew Reiss Philip Brown Joel Penick C" Sfcin fy&SS^ i ^-~4£-*£&Z i



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1962 IZONS *Jpwi*#? ll,, r -id/if* r Foga 9-A a LY \j S JZiL nVL's aVL' in JH iam U rantilc "WorlJ B5J38I W *^>1 ^Rb ** %  ftlu j^ ci ^^B2 ROMRT MACHT AlfMD DANIELS SAM MUfSON SAMIH i.PTOti r: iK'o E^(?R ; tr.j II ,'. V 1 ron Zeientz (left), co-chairman, Stockbroker chairman; and Martin Hornik, co-chairman of >up, H/land Rifas, Trades and Professions Insurance group. JDC OFFICIAL REPORTS TO MIAMI LEADERS kge Increase in Immigrant Aid roatl> Increased appropna I I .!%  .. I's immigrant abr; I on problems were urged !><• < .i Combined Jewish Appeal ill meeting this w e ok by rberl Katzki, as-ivt;mt direci.i! for merseas op^ra "i I'IC Joint Distribution Dilllllii c i'zki gave an off-the-record tort to the Trades and ProfesIts Council of the \I Ne II" in'campaign, "I can ifll you this much for blication," the official said. 1v have a lot of immigrants ling into Israel in search ot i freedom they've never known, they're arriving penniless. |Ve sot :o get them there, retip them, and train them tor Iful occupations. All of this < %  money. and we're looking lo your here in HfRBfffT KATZKI Combined Jewish Appeal Miami to help." As assistant director-get Katzki -s deeply invon .• I in Imp'ciiu I-. in I h e o\ : i i' ;> %  • re 1 '.'.]',•' n progri .IDC. which IT ng ail to h indi ds ei ihousan ol %  -.< %  Jj Jt %  in 27 countrii He first I ID I a I in 1936 and v IN assigned i. n i n headquarters 1939 He fled fri ml r;s in 1940, %  <• %  daj before Na i irooi s entered th. and esti bhsht (' new hca I |uai in l,i-i n The meeting was chaired by Hyland Rifas, Trades and Professiont Council chairman. The group also he. rd from Cal Ko vens. campaign chairman; Marshall S. Harns. council vice chairman; and Arthur s Rosichar executive d.rector of the (Ire itor Miami Jewish F


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Fcrre IS-A '5 + Mni*trk rijfrr Friday. Icnuaj 1983 Celebrate Our etHAnnaersary YOU'RE INVITED TO FX.AGLEB FEDERAL JANUARY 2-10 Flag • %  %  • _' M J.t* %  •} **,- %  -fk'rl l'lrfl isnc rlj mplete and now we'd like yov i .... —,,^r^ --i-^ %  -*• "Anon ft,-..'if*" t-lf1 • II i 5 S B I %  %  : U mplete and now we a g ests during our "open house c We're proud of this newest landmark downtown Miami and achievement with you. be :. in we'd like to share this This also will give us an opportunity to say "thank you" to our friends and neighbors who have made it possible to build one of the finest saving? and loan associations in the nation. There will be souvenirs for all and you can pick up your entry blank in Flagler Federal's "Write a Slogan Live Six Months Rent-Free" contest. You also are invited to visit either of Flagler Federal's offices from January 2nd through January 10th our Sixth Anniversary and select one of these lovely gifts* when you open or add to your Flagler Federal savings account. •500 ACCOUNTS WEAR-EVERTEA KETTLE-quickWEAR-EVER FRYING PAN-?" WEAR-EVER SAUCE PAH 31 qt braun* aD-aJum.Dum Halltte a.ih aii aluminum Hauiie) ".th copperaX-ai„a..n.im HaJhU it ..pparcopfNr-ua* cwar con ulaauc handle, ton* cover, cool piaeuc handle. *e cover, cool plMtat handle •250 ACCOUNTS % 0 TRAVEL KIT BY HERITAGE-10' RLAID TRAVEL BAG 21* Ion,. LIFE LITE FLASH LIGHT-H„ r^reaku. %  Uy-open coneinjction. cruab13 'i' high. 6' deep Zipper loea. key. hyr Jo.i piu mu> any orujnarv .-i proof atdea aalerproof limaf Heavy ejoven Tartan p.a.d r*ucet modri IdaaJ 1-tr caf home 8-R1ECETOOLKIT-4err..dnvere GEHERAL ELECTRIC HEATIHG GEHERAL ELECTRIC CLOCK with ucveraal handle. %  a a rtU -n rmd RAO —3-apaad warmth, puabbultoo uh adjueteble alarm AcruraM pljara. heavy piien. arreoch control— vaahable co\ar and quiel. no rejulaunj DO oiliac FREE TRANSFER Of FUNDS from anywhere in the United State*. %  -s account? orx-nt-d or added to through .lanuarv 20 earn from Januarj 1 anticipated annual ra'e payable quarterly 4^4% •One to a family. Sorry, no gifts by maM. SE HABLA ESPANOL % FREE PARKING DOWNTOWN 101 N.E. 1st Avenua 9 am to 6 p.m. %  RANCH Biscayne Shopping Plaja 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. FLAGLER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIA MI



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P: ge 10-B •, knit/fkrkM&n The Courier K^jcrald t^^cltwctrtz Sam Gyson, ml remarks over UM a.ru.r %  %  i ed, wiil be Uu gui I spi ker al Tuesda %  '•'>Miami Beach Lod i % %  B'nai B'rith, with chairman Gershon Wilier a • Irving Schatxman expecting a larse turnout. Jud? Irving Cypcn was the orator there this week Another jurist. Albert Dobbin, v. the I'-', t" selecl .1 cabana al Ihe n< Westbrooke Coui rj Club. tub-thumper Ron Levitt loll* us Former I'niversitj ol Miami (. ., greats Sy Chad>-off and Abe Friedman were on hand .1Ihe cur• edition ol the Orange, Green and White reached the lira ol the I! ricani Classic, but Julie Cohen's %  't e igh to 1 ent a 1 at the han Is ol class) 1 emi v iewish War VeteranRibbi H>rold H. Gardin, executive veep ol the New York Bo rd ol Rabbis, ai ed u rid War II fame as the "Flying Chapl, sporl • %  • %  v-,' Yehiva Co received a S10.000 crant I 1 the I S Atomic Energy Commission for purchase ol new equipment in its 1 %  s..ueparimei accord Dr. itsac Bacon, dean .11 er duate school ol liberal arts Chaplain Solomon Poop'io, ol J ickille Naval Ail Stal was honored bj Yeshiva 1!"week in New V k. parl ol the university's 75th anniversary program Jewish T a ii Seminar; has slated its Palm Beach func Jan, 21. v 'i Supreme Court Justice William Douglas speaking Al Glasser, who supplies oxygen to I'nivers'ty ol Miami fo tball : % %  < %  irii their timeouts, convalesi Cedars ol I 1 Hos 1 1 Mrs. Oida Rubin also on the i • I 0' I .' lisl al I e 'a %  "Baron de Hirsch Meyer's annual New Year's card again a sti pper • • • Mrs. Alice E. Adams, one of our town's grandest ladies, has been i acesetter for Mt Sinai Hospital and State ol Israel Bonds, in additi • in her manj other communal responsibilities Her activities last yi-i r were a true stimulus to ihi air of success for all of lPtil. which Mas fell at the irulj grand Ambassador's Ball at which Gov. Farris Bryant impn --i and all with his sincere, apparently impromptu i"i tarks on man's brotherhood and Israel's tremendous strides in less : 14 years i : independence The debut of some 30 ol South Florida's i eliesl young ladies, particularly as they gave the fiisl dance to Iher was the start el what promises to be a tradition !:<.• Seems as though •her,' have been a (ew calls reg sterii di ghterc for debutante affairs 10 and 15 years hence One ol this lebs Janice Revitz, did a fine job ol acting in a video original authored by Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti on WC'KT this week North Shore I'o-t of JWV honored by apoointments ol Milton s. Koch ;inational supply officer, izzy Karp as deputy blood bank offici Harry Feldman i national deputy chief of staff. Harry F. Feldman closing out a record year as pest commander Congressn Bcb SiWes, v : Adlai Stevenson's successful primary campa a.ainsi Estes Kefauver in Florida in 1956, was among the scores stopped in at Vice Mayor Mai Englander's New Year's i party, • • • Drs George Graham and Lawrence Krasr.e back In in A phi 0 •-. concla\i in M with news thai Dr Walter Levine, tional president, and thai Philadelphia in 1962 and be convention hosts Dr Graham i an for the local conclave Dr Ira Eitenstein, views will aboul • lism adopted b) the Third As Uu W i Cl %  Niv. Delhi Hi pri i arks I Dea 1 John C. Bennett, %  jical Seminal who 1 : thai anl S i spec al r< ity for thi i .. nstii and s) mbols have ii st Je> Which brings to I i i r Brow • frcnt-i Mana itoi fed Sanvy, in *.h< f the S %  : : I %  • til -| o area s ertis Iricl Iccted" clientele. S %  not speed I hi 1 Arthur Spiegel I s the ADL i> i • %  st. I the exceller.l Me < i < i • H II UM Physicist Gets Fu.bright Dr An i %  i\ ed ;. I %  she I'niversil ) \. : nt an ei ti iys on a one i %  i %  :• %  in i M ivmg his undergraduate dell ,i at 'he i Iniversity "! (la III i • \ stei and PhD degrees al N y k I •.'. rsilj lb NYU, Cooper L'nion a klyn ire joining the CM faculty in i Perlmutter i'he second I'M Frovders Friday, January 5, 1962 Judaism end Labor MKS. rmoMNti NIOVMR Opera Highlights To be Presented "Night at the Opera" will be pri sented by the Miami Beach Civc Orchestra ;ii .1 concert Sunday, i p m at Miami Beach Au itormm Barnett Breeskm. orchestra conductor, will be on the podium F< ature I will be .' lyce i ano l-.. Whittemore, mez/. % %  •1 prano; .1 >sph Papa, urn:: i %  %  • me. Pr gram 1 II ini lude a i froi "Martha von 1 Forza del II 1 cia dl Lammen Donize:i 1st." Ciourod: i I \ -rdi: \ r." Gior lai ; and • Ihe 01 Rii 2 !. th Ol lor. Ad • %  %  • Honeymoon Here Mr • Mrs 'I ; %  on j • %  %  louirg the.r n -1 %  101 :. : SI liciated al the atti 1 : %  %  'ih, ton ;, liter cf Mr and Mrs H:,ny S. S -w i;th si r'01 >' ; ; '-s hc traditional wi:h a ... dine, appliq %  •al ,n % %  Her bOUtl !l ,: Kl wi,n pearls. Lon aim M h ariz ihi s ststei was ei nly at ten 1 he %  e 1 Mi Provdi r who will have a d< ureo eli larj e ucation fron Ihi I'niversirj : Mi 1 • • %  .;., irj .a graduati ol Miami Senior High where she was .1 member ol the Debs, Bl Phi Sigma Tau Council. The nev lywedan I tve in Madison, VV'is where the bridegroom i~ doii late work on a leaching n search assistantshrp ai the I'nivi rsil %  I W isc insin An r student i r< ripieni ol a New York State Regents sch ilar ship, Mr Provder graduated mag' na cum laude from the Universit) o'. Miami in June with a major in chemistry, He made the Dean's List ever) semester, was chosen "Outstanding Junior ChemisT) Major" by the Florida section ol the \merican 1 iemi< al Soi iet) -•' the I'M, won .1 cash award ;i"Outstanding • 11 :." an i I mention in the VVoodi ow u fi How ship iti %  lie beli ngs t Eta 5 -,i The a Ma nd Phi K Phi, highest 1 • h >i %  : :• on pus. ol Mi a Mrs He i" %  : 1951 \: 18th cl was Pi Spinoza Forum's 27th Season %  • r a lull 27tl • :. and i ield Saturdays J • Maurice Kli I ntin* ai .. The Arl t Is 1 west ,i .vi'h Cei I i n 1ect u re i i p m Adult Cfudy C/csses \ It st vd) • every 1 da> at 8 p.m. I SchiH iitbjeeis le prayc %  i %  Mrs. Sam Oritt will hi i i rit 1 i Anna B tr.r.tr yers :r : Dr. Julian 9ick!:i • Histi hoi Selma i carryn lion ol scd al thi Jan. 12 I N al Isratl 1 II New York Jack S. Popick I %  • vhich will be on hand I met 'i ; %  Levi Eshkol, being Widel) Ii Arthur Goldberg, President Kernedy thai e time ol h • •it to thi i abn • eived thi Phi Epsilon )'i Inti : r 1961 Ol 1} pi i lpients are Eddie Canter, • Philip M. Kiutmick and Leonard Bernstein Sen. John J. Sparkmsn, 1952 nning mate I Stevei lure" :ii m on Frid y at the D %  Fla§l< r Fedi ral's opening ol (heir i Ni %  exe< utivc \ ice presic 1 the .N I Deck Bloestein, who once herded the M 1 ^ V ni and book on Isadore Fiee; issui ihe Na! I Jewish Welfai Bi %  %  18th annua fish Music Fesl IRAVMORE &-A/ttix(9s^UU Pv 1*9 Poo BeJ.H and HOTEL fit ?'h ST. MI4VI BEACH %  t ;i S nt to L'niver.'it; 1 ipman will it elj • Ihe ', \l i Jan. Tifereth Israel luncheon eth Israel S :i luncheon a party in al h;ill on Thursday, 1!. at 11 30 J m. Hostesses and Mrs. Julius Harnik. • ••••••••••••••••••••if NOW! : • • I for magic-easy meals.. Z J\*v~n.ino I i %  %  K OSHER : !SLICED BOLOGNAi WUNO KOSHER Stieed •OLOON A •fafyMJ vJ>CMJhitcWl feaijy to serve 1 Ask for All WILNO Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI BRANCH 2! 81 N.W. 10th AVZNUE Flione FR 1-6551 DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grcvtl for prompt handling. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT a-d RIDGE COUNTIES ORANutS (PIMM pti'r rou wont OrongM T 0 •r Grapefruit only) In 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 1b. box lL9 5 Full bushel 8.50 Vi bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 Co-"ptrt quality nd prlc. Yo nt btit R.ch Da'i for uprb vlut._r


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Friday, January 5, 1962 *Jen iisti Fk>rSdlaciin yours, £! %  a it ft *£ ipp G RAND Ba Iroom tel w as the sel %  %  i el Bond Amb Ba • • %  %  • k V rmi Mi Samui I Fi iedreel ; ,i li K r F black lace Hei hich Jbough) in Pi !• I bli / ri >bon lace em• d the ei tire 8 >wn i • own k ii ... %  all i %  !'".'! und( i" Israel Ambassa loi nai Shne Tson F< r the S neer son i hose a : satin brocadi green motif on skirl had the conss ol .' bell-shaped honor was %  i I Bryant Mrs %  u 3 s : l er llame %  *: • geom?tri< de I in Nik green. the Worm n's Di' Mrs Katzman, chose ,i in i bi %  • %  hiffon i I. r %  ••r •! .. ick an to on > %  w\ %  'wore o\ i r her li r • e Grecian style rl a %  t : %  %  in of the • i! Stales .. given by Mrs. W ei i.) wore J lilac • .1 • • ;OM %  • Toasting the lent >;:' : e state of Isi a< I Sam el i Sapiro chose a sheath completely covered i .':. black .: I --cent sequins, One of the highlights of the fesi tics was the debutante presentation cere r.j Presenting the Kirls to Gov Bryant, the Ambassador, an; their wives was Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman e Corpof Hosts, gowned in a floor-length gold llame brocade I n aqua, with a matching hip length jacket • • lulRS. Jai 5 Popick, who with her husband, presented the • ivernor and his wife, wore a full length ma :\e >atin govn. emlered i th pearls, silver-lined b I'.ir beads and paillettes. Mr>. Gen s man selected a ece, : i length white satin '•' in .i piece effect. Her bodice featured a haltt-r Pcckline and was beaded in sil The dropped waistline contnued into small as> metrical I< pleats %  •r her strapless ivory satin. CAMP HILIDALE COED 4 TO IS MONTICEUO. NY. 8 Weeks $375 MODERN CAMPING 100 BOYS t Gii5 SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAM All SPORES. POOl. LAKE BOATING, FISHING TRIPS RIDING INSTRUCTIONS. SWiMMING. CUITURAI I CREATIVE PROGRAM SPECIAL GUIDANCE TO VOUNG I NEW CAMPERS EXCELLENT 'OCO DIETARY LAWS Write Ben Grand 259 Washington Ave., MB. MB Phone 864-3028 Mrs frying S1 %  -e a strikI b ack tulle. The • • jai ki %  u !l. andi th cavier beads in a %  ral i atti rn Mrs. Charli lei those a po • e heath with a sealpi : :>;•• rn ol Blui • flooi h. was rn i Mrs Drena Lee. Slashed aci odici nd ti ailing • •• lloor in a panniei w< re an : sha es of blues and ,ii! blending with the royal blue i h ov Mrs. Henry i 'ohen -. sil rig fn i Ne ( k velvi i and taffi ta % % %  witl its ou n BI ish pink silk ori was the choice hf Mrs, H >t sheath was whiti alenccn lace Mrs .%  mr Silverman wore • iu de soie th a Iropp -I •!rs : Frankel's • %  -> %  > ith I ad n> own ed i it in emer' %  •• %  • Mrs Edmund ; i I %  • %  peau th a i ape and ikii • in i Beauty n I sal in WISiriNG from New York Mrs. Herbert ii, unman chose the • issic black s ilk crepe sheath The bodice was draped with a decolletti V neckline Also visiting from Gotham, Mrs. Nettie Melker wore a burgurdj and black satin brocade -heath with a slashed bateau neckline. Mrs Samuel Halperin's toll length silk chiffon gown was in a delicate floral print with black illusion set in at the bodice, Mrs Herbert Wolff selected a lipstick red silk satin oall gown which featured a deep godet insert, which fell into a court train effect Her gown was embroidered in a matching-color ribbon lace and iridescent paillettes. Representing the University of Miami. Mr-. 11. Franklin Williams chose a ball gown of flamingo-colored peau de soie Her black stole was brought back from the Williams recent Israel Paqe 9-B 1 es won beigi I d.Tll :, <" i Entrance of Gov. and Mrs. Far:.-: Bi Ambassador's Bali last week was greeted t:on from the audience. They are seer. by Jack S. Popick (left) and Mrs. Popick ric k % %  li Lil I : e chifHie Fn ich i %  blm n hei fa friend. B Essei '.'• %  i • ;, sati i Vat h in i" shade of ." • I k. draped into a bli was abovi a et inserl Mr Bi rnard d Harm • ind iacskirt w hi ol iqu veilo of th \"'t Consul : > %  Carl %  .. i ll oor-lei -1! s : oi $ai za Tl e entii %  : • iufs ; '".i. i-i i. •). -., > brocade ; n by Mr-, ir Frii I Her t had a k collar. 1 !y laci e < hi ice %  i Her ed a i ffi n cum..i nier a I .' e hei inA ri i ; • ress and hing jacket tl %  i II I'onald i. %  %  \i I %  "• %  sem ic I %  i".. of a full • %  1 • peau de soie, inl was in I r ind tui qu .-• li in was fa • affle chiffon. Leading the procession of dignitaries at the Israel Bond Ambassador's Ball are (from left) Samuel Friedland, chairman of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Organization; Ambassador and Mrs. Mordekhai Shneerson; and Mrs. Samuel Friedland. Musical Comedy For Sisterhood At a regular meeting of Temple s.nai Sisterhood on Wednesday evening, in the Temple auditorium. an original musical comedy skit. I "Uniongrams on the Air." featuring the Can-Can chorus of the Sinai ( Little Theater Croup, will be pre] sented by Mrs Dan Oilman. Union-' grain chairman January is I'niongram Month, and Is observed by all Reform Sis-1 terhoods. A games night open to the pub-, lie, will be held on Saturday evening, .ran. IX Mr-. Harold Bergcr is chairman. Bend tour to South America, and featured Yemenite embroidery. Mrs, Samuel Beckcrman was in a pale pink satin gown draped over one hip and then into a deep pout. Her f tied bodice was embroidered with sequins and bugle beads. Pink satin was also tne choice of Miss Colleen Hart. Her ball gown was in a deeper rose f WANTED ROOM, BOARD & ATTENTION IN PRIVATE HOME FOR ELDERIY SICK WOMAN, DIFFICULTY IN WALKING. KOSHER COOKING. MO 5-5000, Mr. Kaye pink with a portrait neckline Mrs. George Goldberg wore a fi I length strapless gown in ombre tones from beige to yellow. Yellow velvet cascaded down the sidi .ind w-as draped into a pouf in the back From Albany, Ga., Mrs Walm .' COH'IM Atir M • : : %  Bride (•,:."< Moi • %  i Gowns ;' %  Miczi a'; Gown* PARSONS 3410 CORAL WAY Op'?n Monday Nlte 'Til 9 ^ A .A.AA.AAA,*....jl A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 For A Lovelier You... A hairstyle different. il and easy-to-keep! s i; >IOTT HAIR srrusT 1073 95th S..t, Bay Harbour Island MWfl irrkiny in rear UN 6-1826 "THE SECRET IS OUT" K f f nil' s 1222 N.I. 163rd Street Wilson 7-7411 Room 202 — Entrance 12th Court rVJto/eso/e Showroom Now Open to the Public Where you will find an Exciting Selection of Imported; ^ : >!'s, Sdks, Woolens and Cottons in Dresses, Suits and Sportsw ear Also exquisite sweaters.mohair, wool cashmere, hand eribroidered and sequmed AIL THOSt Am MMtnv impouno Bt K I; 1.1. EB'§ AT WHOlfSAlt WMCIS TO YOU "SWHG IS BHtfVINC" MOLIE'S BEAUTY SALON 14SS COLLINS AV£. M'AMI BEACH Formerly with Deb's, wlcom>s all former and new patn>s to now location. Moderate Prices. Phone JE 8-0000 MONEY WANTED $1,000 WANTED — 15 RETURN PAYABLE WITH PRINCIPAL IN ONE TEAR SECURED BY VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. MR. RONALD Phone 759-4691 CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A FnenJIv and Oetltlc Afmniphrre tor ThoM TOM LOK • M HOUR REGISTERED NURSING SERVICE • SPECIAL OlErS OBSERVED • All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR • PRIVATE BATHROOMS • AIR CONDITIONED • SWIMMING POOl • SPACIOUS GROUNDS S SCREENED PATIO Ferdinand H. Rosenthal, Dirrotor-Owner PWm,T Anst Dlr ML 1 >ir. .l,-\\ i-*!. Hi me Klnat Hoe for A,-d. %  ;,vljind 1'itts^uri-fi 7060 S.W. 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA CA 6-1363



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Page 6-A Jmlstfkrktiar, Friday, Jcnucry 5 igpl Jewish Studies College Resumes > i ,-vr i>! ilu' College ol ,i. s:uilios will .:•''! >'•' I ", llegi race's ;\. '' %  i !'..\ III Coi i in conn aad.i • edui an.>n I A new rocif will be offeied 'or i'io second SO rester, LifeKm* cf .1 Je exploring Jew isr' icHl on from ciad'.e fo the grave. i < %  %  %  .• rum ii .' %  I •... riio i i N 1 I \ n \ Thieo courses will continue from the first semestei Elemental") Hebrew Conversehone I Hebrew and E .bi iv J>I ,iri History. Mr? .... i %  t -. ">0 \ I ke on at Beth 1 Second Tour Office Opens t. i • j Flacjler Federal Opens Six-Story Downtown Site PAUl A' U • The | a '• %  Ci : > %  a $l.i %  : %  ,; MOT) i •. k-r Fi %  %  • Loan Vssn i • %  • %  r • Paul H. Mark) pre dent of Fla< lei F %  dent ol %  swntov E i Courc ene of tr-e p behind th overall rehabi itation ptogr^!-i ol the • %  '-"-" r.t>> %  %  • coincidi %  •'> 8nni 11 r. Open House \V< pecial bust, [rom '.' a.m. .... !; '' eteohaent*. t-it ." twUding ... %  %  • %  IUVIUW!^S< Co j| STCVMSH* I KOT/T I) Cgl A 11/ ..::-." contest ..:' a rjj a features. HittOii Rejects Arab Threat Con • %  '". ;e i Arab bcyco'l Co itee in Damascus. He told Mr. Hilton that it he oioceede.. J with % -,$ plan* in %  a e 1 it means the loss of Hi!%  ohfl dings in Ca ro tnd the end of a-N p i •> >.-. might t-jv* in Tunis Baghdad Jerusalem or %  % •; ab e ourri • • > %  '. %  %  • Irs -x j %  %  %  %  • At the .-edication ceremonies Marks "as joined b> Mayor Robert K:r.g High Covnt* Ma". ager Irving G. McNayer and other government officia's m cut•irg a 'ope of orange blossoms — ssmbolic of the bovq^et of orange b Os-.c "s which Ht-'\ M Ftaglei • V l — Night Club Dance THE WEEK... IS I SEE II Continued from P i %  \ v J THi OSIY MAJOR UACUl JA'.-AIAI action! ."'.;: -1. :;" 1 CS1 OkfiCICvSS' • €$£!•• ."S? h •. • MJ ••• -•%  UMKM • %  .i :•: %  .; • 5Q C JLLVZ4 PALACE*JAZ-ALAZ H£ MADISON fit f> %  .. ATLANTIC C'TY Phone 1444191 : PeeJtoge Ptea %  < %  :; s %} J -PR .i'E =iTH r .. %  6 K;*.: ^ vesr =: %  GREYHOUND RACING Wm *Mu *ftr r r I: i. ARRANGEMENTS Fd StOUPi AST PAtT -S tAAM • CAll SG HI 8-1711 la \ i nSrli'KSltl: 37th AVENUE and 7th STREET. Northwest". MIAMI HI un IIAVU MtTRCPOLITAN Life INSURANCE (0 MadiMfi A\e. N,A >?* N A T 4. A \ s 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, fti BBi Pncnes FR 3-4616 or HI 6 9981 GORDON ROOFING AND* SHEET METAL WORKS INC !">. N W. 10th ve. FR V7 1M *a *ii Uv N ( 'oo' reoairtd r, %  9R ^ -f A roo' 'Satia'artcf-v *i experienced Men you •tir. Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 8-4994 e BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME N:S -'BOPIT — NON-SECT-* R1AN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUN %  •-.---. .' :--*.< S. ?< S„ DOCTORS CN CALL *w_ D ETS OBSERVED. CONGENIAL tURROUNQlMW ::ns ::.. .--k-fsr fuimsHittit uunccfi^ 1 ^. 310 CcMins Avt. Ph. JE 2-3571 Miami Beach Ov Mcxsy Satisfied Cu s y AMTIB ICKATIOR FOR TOM COSVlN'fKI COULTON BROS. %  AT • atautr-. -ur~ tout rouco ton Cortil Way & S.W. 27th Avt. *40 S.W. 8tn



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.-,-, January 5, 1962 fJenlstiflcridl Page 11 AJCongress Plan: Tour %  So. Fh j s* iGrma ^roi > i i < t i KM the ACI • time 1 '( %  ire \.i. ongn ss %  rence w ith Prune Minister B< n (' % % %  :. %  n ami a host of '•: U ..:-,.: i s. leaders c< mprehensive i o u r i n %  %  n %  will emphasize persons i i ol n the %  .-;::(: tourist ( i .. ..; will provide oppor, to m ce I Israelis in ..11 '• • ol \ the tours includi :••> %  class % %  :. b; iriers and Mrs Betij v % %  %  %  lirector M us I r th< .' %  Jew %  :i Congre.-s. Fri .. I .. ird Da\. I S : ; res •"..'. %  e are in Miami %  .! n • %  -':.;iH'ik .c ,: % %  lati spi %  i j mer prejecl Wednesday evenii Mi • : ... Haffner, • I 6JHH1 Pal Gjbli s. w i re hosts al %  i to persons inti rested ii ..n .. %  i 'lor ihr : rnirg.. 10 30 ;i m • i • • ioi %  • • %  r e s s • .. • lee at 1 %  ? anil ; %  : .. Mr> I %  -• El Al Opens Detroit Office By Special Report fhe scvenl : 1" VI Isn i 1 \i lin< to be •i the I -'•' d Stati ciail; ; em d h< re al 1327 : ^ h:ch v, ill %  M n ice and inforenter I St at e ol • %  %  i bn nch ofb< Urs Sallj Fields, benan h esintheUm iati i the %  : j : Mil higan, iwell rk "ii .: "i l.-rael Shi has been .< %  i has also nd public ThE ROi'AL HUNGARIAN PESTAURANT 731 VexMnafan Av. If P 5401 OPEN FOB THf SfZSCiV PETERSON'S STEAK PLACE 7l4U5rt gift ST. CA 1-4563 ,>ot* ro$; Gfi %  ihs. s M '. iih VVi '' Mrs I a Yi \ etti .... lej n Go %  Mrs Bi rtha L i h. L S. Mrs, i \i Mrs Edith S Mrs C i. • %  -. Mrs Delii :• %  Mr am Mi Sj Rei -<•. Mr: lyn Gordon. Mr0 Icnscl Miss Mi ly r K..-/ Mr an I Mrs. llorl Pearl I Mrs !', Kaslow. Point T ng lo progress in the construction oi rath Shoicm's new Community House is Templi lent, James M. Albert. Looking on are 'eh to riant) Norman Arkin, James M. Fink, mis F. Snetmc lairman ot the development fund completion camp Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of %  %  %  congreq .. Joseph Ash and Wagner. n oi the Beth Sholom bui'ders com nitti Comittee members not shown are Jack Abbott, William Agranove, David Bale; n Berlin, Dr. William BernJcnas Brotman Arthur Burrel!, Dr. Ralph Cobb, David Drucker. Dan H. Elkind, Myer Friedman, Haloid Granoff, fudge Harry Arthur Gieenberg, Harold Gruder, Irving B. Kaplan. cii Katzin. Tom Kravitz, Dr. Leo Levin. Alvin B. Lowe, Maury S. Olinick. Mayor Kenneth Oka, Joseph Pardo, David D. Pollack, Philip Postelnek, Benjamin B. Rimer, Dr. Alexander Robbins, Irving Rothmcn, Dr. Norman J. Rut. Judge Philip Schlissel, Seymour Silverman Harry B. Smith, Ralph Spero, Morton Steel?, Sydney A. Weinstock, Joseph Wiesner and Benjamin Zimmerman. tat@mi,t : .. ? ;'\-DECEMBER 31, 1961 O n O ^MllMS ASSETS • %  $ ?:s'" %  u • „••••• BOARD OF DIRECTORS •-.-v.---.. %  %  -. I %  • $79,037,319.48 •M+ AR.KUR H. CCu^S ON rman of the Board LIABILITIES AND RESERVES 112.C5 1,923 %  :_ 1 • F ..; : • %  Bank %  2 CGO.CCC TJ 23' 4 :o5.2ci.; 879.037,319.48 JAClv 0. uC.lOC'i President GEORGE W. HiRSC^ Executive V,ce President Sov'ngi occounts '-i/red up ic $'0,000 by an cgency of !he United States Government SAVE BY JAN. 22nd ...EARN FROM JAN. 1st FREE TRANSFER OF FUNDS A i% Anticipatrd mrJL ANNUAl UIViDEND BH ON SAVINGS ind Co'vpcvr.dcd 4 TIMES A YEAR • > M'LTON M. GAYN0R Seor Vie* President BEN CILLER Sen. or Vice Preside 't WASHINGTON Bg FEDERAL


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Frid Pcce 2-B /rnjff-fZrrHdffar Friday, lenuaxy 1. 12c2 immunity r^csponds to J racted\ By IS.BE'_ G30VE Stf? V.'r.tcr H. %  U I ,.: %  ?mal. strange (own • Or %  • %  • • Enjoying the hospitality of one of America's gabled entertainment figures c:e several members of the Ambassador's Corps c: Hosts gathered to discuss let Wednesday's Israel Bond Ambassador's Bel. A reception for the coipj was given by Sophia Tucker sect?c Shown with her ate (standing from left Mr. and '.ate Spiegelman and Mr. end Mrs. Abram Fcx. Kneselh Israel Women Elect Kn< • !h Israi I sis: %  .:..!]and er.: at a I i • i %  B I Bleu I %  I net ce presidi I an le \ En gel. r< : M • : > : 1)..\ id pr r! n chi am Sell, i airmi nes 1 • „ mat i %  Max en Book inted to t rd are Mes%  • Lippman, Ri M :. is Du n. Regina :. %  Frances I n, Regin: Morris : bj Jaffei Wx .:.•:•; i Ga Vi man • .. :: %  \nna Goldsteir A-: Mrs Benjamin v. • S Steiner, Mar>' >:.\ I ai : • LK bmai Am i My: • Sarah I %  Sadler, ai Rose Lamp!) !> havi %  than. All fil on Sundi' %  ht. Oct 15. th< Denver, Co Ihcir par %  i re involved in an accident on Highwaj 231 just south k In the two-car. c<'.] Fion. the two men in the other car were killed instantly ne Kovalsky. 20, was left with both ankles a:'(! one leg bro ken and in shock. Donald Koval sky, 25. sustained two broken legs. ib fractun -. head lac< rations, and nternal injuries. Th< % %  en taken. -..,.uto D..!e Count> Hos pita] in Ozark, both on the critical list. In en • %  :•-' n< y, an • commui tj %  • %  ed eart t heir I Mr ., id Mrs Sai lO?0 5'.h -' Mi imi Be; i. Cocoa. Fla • • their < hil Iren's d< W • -i I Ti. : It us." sai I can'l ha bei %  • iis.it* I let to ti 1 ke they wi %  %  %  s wimni t for i i ioi s for sever) he Uth d:j iecid d th< i '• longer, and %  : h:s hr l or : a > wi -. hi i • d <> the ci lica ; .-t M< anwhile, ti mred in •from people on't e\ n i v hi Ki talsk; • d Th Ji Floridian. "Bui '•"'> now. They art he n I • fnl people in I i i dn' knov there wen this Now after sevrr: :hs dm %  hich San ". %  .-. a! da> y ever his the si ir K valskys • i |,. _...,... .. pa>.< th.it %  % %  ths thi %  %  I. 01 "II < I • •. %  •• %  K %  %  ; %  ,.the M M %  • 1 j .. V • 1 1 1 1 I IS\ ... that' 'or tl Ko\ alaky: a -'v '.] =hei' ;o r .-. • ; • • in mig '. bed-sores rri .,: it fr n :i f tizei V .. xpli u di i : knov v ho gave \ • staurant n si sendj l • in : %  -• %  "• %  ei k. h\ cab whtther are .>\ ailablc. arber comes in in< i ., w ek ,i ; nates I' • ces to Do aid • per • • i a 't •it. >'!., i uka ed a i ding a icket. pajamas y ai so the pra: • of a i -!.i.. their • I lovi fan stifii is .' .h pr what th • %  .. ; .. then • knov nrincss thi %  .. %  Jc Zamora Ladies Slate Party Annual paid-up membership party for Temple Zamora Sisterhood will be held Wednesday evening. Program will feature a play. "Trial by Jewry." by National Women'? League ot I'nited Synagi,ues of America, under the direction of Mr.-. Irving Pliskin. Ca-t includes Me>dames Michael Brown. Louis Chartor. .Nathan Davidow. Harry Fishman. Rose Galton. Harry Kaminoft. Joseph Kwart. Jerome Lieberrnan. Morris Moskowitz, Irving Pliskin. Sam Rczten. Rod Serrano, Irving Simona and Ray Wmderbaum. Refreshments will be served, and Mrs Helen Pried and her commit tee will be hostesses fJeW MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-unsaturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L" factor is the biggest food news in a long time—a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. Delicious as it is nutritious -MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture ... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of your family starting tomorrow! TETLEY TEA ft A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tov spirit la this fine tea,.. "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fltishigs and aailcbifts and betwer* meal refreshment... Certified Koiher pnder stria Rabbuucol iupervisUtm i %  I kosher 8 pareve contains no milk or animal fat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients Anoffier fine proc\ %  of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO fnoJrers of NU-MAID Morparine and DURKEE'S Salad Dfttingi



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%  m n j by ISABEL GROVE ihi W ovnan s "World Going back for another assault on higher learning, coHegiana spent the holidays *ith then family and friends here, gone • KI vacation break Linda Shein, in her second year at -. ati minded oui cool spell" here more than the 12 deg, she iol Went lo Dayton. ".. to spend New Year's \nth ate, Judy Speed Linda is the daughter ol Maury Mi Ihe slum. o\ Prairie ave. ret rning to sr.ow is Fred L. Cohen, ol the University ol .ylvan a Son ol Mrs, Jacques Cohen, of Sunset Island -4. guest was fellow student, Edward Tuder, son ol l>r. and %  ;. briel Tuder. ol Bayonne, N I her who'll have to "button up his overcoat," Richard .i v. -l. an MIT alum, who'll graduate in 'one with a Master's Doctorate in aeronautic* from the University ol Chicago %  .. h< lidays with his parents, Mac and Benjamin Davidson, vater dr. Guests were two classmates, natives ol ..-. who will ret iheit homes one in Yokohama, the other their Master's from tl i I in June i. final semester al New York University dental Martin Bakalar, is oil to the cold north again But e bad here in Julj for his marriagi t< Susan, daughter of • i Mrs. Da' id Fr< edmat M< i w hilt she li be decorating front di ks in thi new Flagl i Federal bldg., in cha i counts. -c hough they hav lived almost directly across from one an%  r n Alton rd., for many years—she's at 5120. his address is > | Susan Lynn Salomon and Peter 1. Levin mel onl> -ix months Now her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey (Lorraine) Saloare announcing their en agcmenl Peter is the son of Sally Bachrach, Miami Beach, and Herman Levin, of New rk I tj Susan is a sophomore al th< University of Miami. • : %  : fiante also attended, a id belongs li Upha Epsilon Phi. %  • \ credit to their impeccable taste, all the lovely thin > G rt %  bt Rht down from "henformer home in Hewlett, 1..I • full> into the Florida setting of their charming new Bay iid i partment Finishing touches in, minutes before • housei tests arrived Gert's sister, Mrs. Milton Weinr I r blond deb daughter, Anne, of Washington. D.C Made party for the Sophie Tuck< r opening al Ihe Diplomat hotel • week Other first-nighters in the group, Dave and Fr ol Baj Harbor Island, and their daughter and son-in-law, Grossmans. of Port Washington, N.Y Completing th< Es her at I Sidnej Schwartz, with hpuseguesl Lee Weikline. Mass s< t Babson Institute. -< %  • • • :', "Whi s Who of lop level workers for the Mothers ; iim< athi n d reeet tlj at (hi hi mi ol I "i incilman and i • i)'. er coffei plans r< dis< uss< d lor • : rive in the S'irfside Bav II; i s area TopMi s. PI i bi Morri Gn ater M Mrs Walter Lebowitz, Miami Beach chairman, Mrs B Harbor chairman ... 1 eutenants and presi w Mi lames David Harris, Jack Spatz. Hei Meisel Samuel Hohauser, Joseph Schwartz, S \ and J. I pow itz %  % %  and Nathan Kohlei of New York Cltj here for a three-'.iv al the Lombard) hotel He's the new publisher ol li *:sh F irum %  Miami Beach visitors, Gussie ind Philip Lowenthal, %  for th< balance of the season Plan to spend lotol (imc ("oral Gables, where son Harold and h:wife. Pearl, live, and eds, (hi former Juni Lowcnthal and Alan Olinick. • 1051 s\\ 3rd .ii reSid "• .. %  n| the 56th anniversary ol their marriage, placi on New Year's Eve in Cleveland, 0, 01 their ren. 11 ldr< n and seven greal grandchildren, all Clevelai faj Friedman and family, and daughter lav the Norman Levins and family, here to celebrate hen ... I.ovelj luncheon given '<: Mrs Lydia Sperbcr at the Diplomat i Club to hav< vi ral dozen of her friends meet n**wlyweds. I ai lara and husband Jonathan Haber, lure from N Ihe holidays Among the guests, B mice iMr* Mau Young ima Gertrude (Mrs All Davidow ot scheme ol red and white carried out in the centerpiece mat on> and the brocade gown ol the hostess, Mrs Fan AbraI'. %  .,i ;i brunch tor 2" lasl week in her Morton Towers c partGuest ol honor wa> Peter Mamclian, houseguesl ol his ( -'• i Mrs Lester Netter, • ni exhibition on the heels of another tor artist Reyna Youngm Her current show at the Mirell Gallerj in Coconut • IM '.-ill close on Saturday, but she will have alreadj launched • one at the Palm Beach Galleries on worth ave., which will from Jan. 2 to 13 Dinner Key." one of Heyna's larger vases, recently acquired b> architect Allied Parker for the new %  Federal bldg. Patricia Linsky, 5, more interested in the prospect of adding Karris Bryant's autograph to her collection than the preview reption she will attend with her mother. Mrs. llarn I. Linsky, the Sarasota Terrace hotel next Friday "Pat's" dad is %  rmer director ol design for the Ambassador and Sherman hotels hicago The family now making its home at 17000 NE 21st 1 No Miami Beach Larry and Arlene Blasberg, of Sky Lake. No. Miami Beach. 'Maimd their many on! ot town visitors royally over the holiays For Steve and (and Ross, Of New York, they planned i r at ihe Americana, followed by Jai Alai Next dinner :• was al the Place for Steak Guests were the Arnold f'tolovs, of Brookline, Mass., Miss Marjorie Golov, and Larrie's lav Kenneth Light entertaining al dinner, the Geoige Bachers, ol i ts to a large part} in Ihi o< :• opened Round 1 1 stauranl in Ft. Lauderdali "dewish Floridian Miomi. Florida, Friday. January 5. 19C2 Section B • AWARDS FGR 'OUTSTANDING SERVICE' At the first ennual "Sistie Award" luncheon of Charles P. Feinberg, chairman of the day; the Sisterhood of Temple Beth Sholom are rear Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Sisterhood president; row ileft to right) Mrs. Irving Westin. Mrs. Murand Mrs. Harry A. Gordon, another winner, ray Gilden, Mrs. Robert J. Jaffe, Mrs. Charles "Sistie Awards" were presented to those who Silvers. Mrs. Irving Kushmcn and Mrs. Benjacontributed "outstanding service to the Sisterrr.in Sabin. Sea;ed (left to right) are Mr... hood" during the pest year. /T r yc AtfUfW SWAI GALA Recent Mt. Sinai Hospital Gala attracted some Mathes served as co-chairman of the gala 1,000 friends of the hospital to mark the culwith Mrs. Ben Novack (shown right sguired mination of the hospital's Anniversary Week, by her husband'. Hank Meyer was chairman celebrating 12 years of community service, of Anniversary Week activities, with Max Mi. and Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes (in photo ot Orovi'.z and J. Gerald Lewis, as honorary left' are shown sitting down to dinner at the chairmen, function in the Fcitcinebleau hotel. Mrs. Pioneer Women En Varied Events Pioneer Women, Club 2 will honor Mr, and Mrs Nathan Bookspafl for 50 years of service on the accation of their golden wedding anniversary. Banquet will be helilon Sunday, Jan. 14, 6 p.m. at the Royal Hungarian restaurant. Mrs. Abraham, president, is chairman of the function, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will be guest speaker. Invocation will be oftertd by Mrs Aaron Licbman Entertainment will be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horowitz. • Women, Club l. will be sis at a luncheon given by Mrs Sadie Feinberg to honor Mrs. Leah band Center. Gui si -i" -ker *>H '' %  '• %  %  ,J ton Green. Council president. .. Golds Mei nub will hold a regular meeting Tuesday evening at Beth El Congregation. Mrs [saac Pushkin, pn will conduct a short business meeting, to be followed bj a program including "Kim Strip." narrated by Mrs. Mil ton Gre< n, Council president. a Mi Ison Club w'lll have a nbership tea on Wednesday, 1 m at he home ol Mrs Sara 1211 Marseilles dr.. Miami h. •" Isaac Olfenht nden is dent of the group. I -I al Gables stud) group neel on Thursday, 10:30 am the home ol Mrs. ll.ui> sklar, 2370 SVl -'2nd ter. Regular meeting will be held on Thursdaj noon, Jan, 18. ,.t Cookies it staurant. Oneg Shabbat For Sisterhood Home of Mrs Raj Morse, st< i i presid) nt I ren pli Mem rah, will be the sett j i Mrs Sanford Jacobson "ill reyear I Decision," bj Pi f. S i Liptzin rschn n is chair



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"•Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY I r'olume 35 Number 1 M.ami. Florida, Friday, January 5. 19G2 Two Sections Price 20' 'ornpaiir.g notes after a successful meeting of ..e Combined Jewish Appecl Pacesetters Committee ere (left to right* Joseph Meyerhoff, Uni; Jewish Appeal national chairman; CJA r^mp-aign chairmen, Ccl Kovens; Leonard Rosen, who mads the b.ggsst Individual .ncrease over his previous year's conirib".'ti r n; Rabbi Herber Friedman, U,'A executive director; and Samue! N. Friedland, ?c resetter chairmen. CJA Pacesetters Pledge Over $385,000 In Record Launching of 1962 Campaign esetters of Greater Miami's Combined Jew -h Appeal set i fasl pace r campa %  contributors ..• %  nighl when about f*i leaders pledged more man $385,000 to hep [inane* the needs I more lhan ocaL national and overseas agencies i ontributions by those present at the dinner in the Diplomat hot< me 40 percent over the previous year Several of the individual U Nu Views on Arab Refugees Unpleasantly' Surprise Gurion JERUSALEM— our times the amount given in %  961 T!i< Pact setters Coi tec .hi ad (I by Samuel N. Fru I an I mel to el the 1362 "Nea H %  •.-.•" cat n ot* t J .i rani ;r._ art, The Cr-r,bined Jewish Appeal raised S 1,245 000 last year. No official goal has been announced Continued on Pa 7-A JTAI %  '•• • •i or %  • watching with : e s tua i • Jev in r; .. aft< r a *eekei d of vioN net in > hich at least fve Jews were Hi %  and some 40 wounded in i :... ,n thai Algerian city. A rfew was imposed on Oran Fri:> night and remained in effect. The organizations have so far Seen unable to reach their offices • %  \!g( r ... in efforts to lean, more ..bout '11 lighting between .lews ith French securitj forces and ui'h Mosli min someol the bloodi -t intercommunal battles in Oran .li several months. The clashes began, accordir.3 to French efficial sources, when a small group cf Jewish youth marched through the streets of Oran on Friday shouting the traditional European slogan of "French Algeria." Some reports said that the demonstration was •oarked by a broadcast of the OAS, the French underground, directed to Oran s 30,000 Jews. On ihe outskirts ol Ihc Jewish ,i arti r. tl manning Jews were : ( • bj ?ecuritj forces who tried j dispersi thi m. No details were of the exact circumstances Continued on Pace 2 A Nations resolutions." statement was issued bj i nt Nasser and Premier I • the end of the latter s fivet. ) sit to Cairo and lass than a leek after Israeli Premier B< n I unon concluded a lo-da> visit to UUINTHAI AGfNT Hilton Raps Arab Threat \ ;: W YORK IJTA i A • kesman for the Hilton International Corporation said that plans the hotel chain to operate a hobuilt in Tel Aviv would no! be l( end by a boycott threat irom i American-Arab Association for nu ret and Industry nude s<\ i ral days ago. The threat was contained in a Utter to Conrad Hilton, president with Burma, which he cril i •• Ja l'"" 1 %  ,l •'' in Continued on Page 2-A Dramatic Gain' in Civil Rights Reported Nationally V.'W YORK—(JTAi—Civil rights in the United Stales during 1961 ,,.,. marked ••: n atic gains" through Federal executive action. criminal on still he biggest blots 11 ni m> lined "one ol on the American •no Jewish orgai %  agreed this week in year-end reviews The Anti-Defamation League ol B'nai Brith, however, aftei ing President Kennedy tor "the imaginative vigor with which h ,oth the authority and prestige ol .,. ffice to further Ihe cause ol civil rights asserted thai the President's decision net to press f r civil rights legisl ition in the 1961 Congress was ".> keen disappointment to civil rights leaders The Jewish I. a hoiCommittee, declaring that thi Federal Government had shown during 1061 "a marked concern for the rights ol its citizens over pas! endeavors In oilier administrations.*' asserted that the field of employment dis laud Used EMZRGENCY CITED Europe Seeks Refugee Flood Assist Funds LONDON — (JTA) — The Combined Overseas Rehabilitation and Refugee Appeal reported here this week (hat European Jewish communities were "facing almost impossible problems in attempting to ioi i with a new Hood ol refugees." The organization said that Ihe refuses had created immense problems, both immediate and long? term, tor the Jewish organizations to which thej have turned for as.stance A flood ol refugees is concentrated in Marseille-. CORRA reported, | declaring that the city's Jewish population rose Irom 8.00O in the liloO's to marly 40.000 even before he Jewish refugees started to swell its numbers." The organization stressed the refugees -need emergency aid, cash, food, mcdii ,i.i s and bousing." The report said that the most recent arrivals of refugees were from Tunisia and estimated thai 3,500 Tunisian Jews entered France in the last few monfhs. It emphasixed that about twothirds are French nationals and are eligible for government assistance, but more than one-third • re Tunisian citiiens and dependent on assistance from local Jewish agencies. The Tunisian Jews, ihe report slated, represented only a part of "Both major corporations and local businesses maintain a reservoir of discrimination in their hiring patterns and practices," the JLC reported. "Such industries as banking, insurance, airlines and railroads have wideContinued on Page 12-A Hcl P Continued on Hage 12-A •s H--W t' sA successful 1862 Com bined Jewish Appeal in Great. 1 Miami can help the Jewish communitj ol E u r 0 p e mecl the rising immigration lidi How? See Page 8-fiA U.S. Lists $32 Million in Aid to Israel in '61 ...... ^ ,i-ri> p,n United States Department of Com Development Loan Fund. Mutual WASIHNG.oN • %  %  ^ % ; ; k £^ U r cce,v'. a tota. of about Securitj and the Agricultural mice issued a report this .ik inai '•'" %  rru ,,„ Iw JW(MK)(M)0 in I S net foreign aid for the fiscal year of 1B61 lh. en lor Judaism, uoroon w. iwwu, SM,ww.ww < entita and other assistancechairman Of Texas Gulf Producing total represents the m, J^ ^ ,. s CO.. is president of the Americanexcept m" Arab Association. In his letter, Mr. Lilienthal informed the hotel magnate that he had just returned from a meeting with the chairman of the Continued on Page 6-A Trade Development and Assistance \ct. which includes loans to for, -i-n governments and private in ulitary .id provided by US. agencies for the period ending g^ ^ S10(IOOOO() Delune 30 1961. the Commerce Partment reported. 'he Agricultural Trade and Dcvcl i ,i,„:opment Act. and agricultural com The report said Israel was tb |P ^ rpeinient of $8 tMMI 000 in grants ,n undff the Mutual Security AC. S14.000.00o in net credit foreign currency available under Ithrougb the Export Import iviuals. and S10.0OO.tHH) in other ISSlStance undei Mutual Security jnd the Agricultural 'trade and Development Act. The report added that the U.S. made collections of some $14 mil Bank, lion in principal collections front Israel during fiscal year ltitil to reduce a moss total ol $28,000,000 credit disbursed to $14,000,000. Ihe report pointed out that net ior militan aid to the Near East area increased over the preceding year, except to Israel and Saudi %  \rabia. A total ol $44,000,000 in 'net non-military aid to Israel was riven during fiscal 1961. the report said.



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Pag-3 8-B +Je*ist fhrUUsm Friday, January 5. 1?G2 -trances aWc/imdM We the Women fLCR' WOMAN OF THE WEEK A candidate tor Presi !ent shook hands wi"h Flora rMrs Bernard i rlh when she was • %  • • %  •• irs o> : and after that she refused to wash the imprint awaj !'. %  : • mother • %  is Democral and her father .. %  '• • iblican. and the lad %  %  %  ek.tr, hand that clasped Franki, lai o Roosevelt's ri ned heii by water .d( ath of her mother, Flora r .'• %  up •" %  an unl %  % %  cm and w ondi 11 il sei se of vi •: • i emulal Fanny Rosno — the I Penn State ir P lib lelphia • dicat• %  mory — was a I le I ime ai live in B i and ni le I her niece into -•of '"' %  • th • arly age ol %  Fl ra wenl to Temple University before %  • %  Miai rd was ip! i i : the 53rd C >as1 •n thej met, and i' was love at : rsl sieh' Durir \ the war years she traveled sband I i ami ..imp an exihich proved to be a fascinating %  ;o quite an • far i int< rf Ih matters are ; his started her n si in the < of the I tarnation League of B'nai •. %  %  itnct Five chairman ot the ADL. she has II terfaith and interi orkshops I i founder pres lent of West Mian-.: BBW and a %  u, e Fiori; a Chil miss i am I many other lespiti her m< corsum:: erests. Flora hareturned '." school, ng in psycl n i minoring in economics al v.<'. niversity ol Mian j • T.roll for law studies there \\ h( Flora Su] tei or cami i I i hello to peopli trod ice her aSu an S rl i • mother, > : r and er I mus sh< • ilso a splendi I cook I ilent taught Flora what H means to use a that, ra mouth-watering success timmes and kugel but she'll recipes on how I i ti use, -ft WINTER WONDERLAND Happy little two-f3ced snowmen decorated the red-clothed tables. 'i i large white'ull< snowmen greeted the guests along with Marty and Pal u whei th \ et -rtai over 160 of their friends at a dinner i • •• in their home in Bay Heights. The massed flowers were red and white, shiny green balls were hidden in the shrubbery, garlands ot red silver were strewn -bout The bushes looked as if snow had fallen dur.ng the mj;ht but il was really Pat who went wild with a spray can ol -row flake.-.. It was a gay party with dancing before, during and after dinner—the Twist and the Hully Gully mostly. Pat's parents. Mr. and Mrs Ed Poison, here lrom Now Orleans. a> well a> her aunt asd uncle. Ed and Edith Lewis o! Chicago Guests included Bernie and Beverly W< -ler. the Marvin Scheros. Al and Esther Green. Alan and Joan Kahn. Mel and Rosemary Green the Di Melvin Beckers, the Dr. George Gn hams, Judge and Mrs Milton Friedman, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Stevens. CLCUD NINE The reception wa> held in the Cloud Cafe of the Dupont Hotel. Thiugh the window-, stars twinkled outside—and .-tars twinkled in>uie. le They were in the eyes of Judith Ann Rood, whose parents. Col and .\l: Nathan Rood were giving a party to honor their daughter and her fiai te. Sydney S Traum. The couple met on the banks of the Charles River, when she was a student a: Radclifte and he at Harvard Sydney Waited to give Judith her engagement ring when they could be in that vei i romantic spot once again. It was a warm, friendly party, with monv old friends and. of coure. the young college crowd. Guests ineluded Harold and Melanie Thurman. Dick and Elaine Wollson, Marvin and Shirley Rauzin. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Halpern, Dr. and Mrs. Chester 1.1el. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Freedman. Mr. and Mrs Sidney Aronovitl the Harold Spaets, and the Arthur Rosichans. ANOTHER PREMIERE Mayor Kenneth Ok:' was presented with a Spani-h sword at opening night of the movie "El Cid." The burning question in the Oka household now is whether it hould hang on the wall, a! the office, or at home. Seer, in the lobbv were Simon ami Vivian Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Arty Adler, Mr and Mrs, Adrian Thai, Mr and Mrs. Allen (ioldberg. Mr and Mrs Morton Russack, and Mr. am 1 Mr-. Irsing Furtel WHOSE BABY ARE YOU? It was an invitation to a surprise birthday party tor Danny Sepler. Thi rhyme told the fac's, tnd the picture was one ol Danny's baby pictur< Helen was thrilled that all a! the 200 guests kept it a secret Dan though! that he wagoing out to Westview Country Club tor a party, but he had no idea it would be his own, Everything—flower-, decorations, candles, greenery—was in gold and white Their oldest daughter. Penny, helped receive guests A KT. 7935 J; IT Pa The 7 o'cl s •' %  "' ;.' Tei • i 1 ; a rec< DamrMer i I Mr. a-d Mr. K Kiti • %  -'>• 16th tei I • • ncv bri a full lenj bn cad i ha • and n I % % %  • .• %  tip "er n i ed her .i• i; .. %  %  i • I Bt • i r : • .. ::P5. S1UAM :' MI Salomons Tell Dauohtcr's Tr< Ih Ki< i %  Mr. si 120 Al I %  %  ,y •: n I I \ %  • %  .• SamueEs, Gerritf Plan J&szie Piles A .tune wed, i by Rochelle Gerritl and Mar-hall S I Mr and Mrs Davi 1 Gerntt, 1125 I'Ttti -; Bay Harbor Islands, parentot the future bride, are announcing the engagement Curren'ly teaching at Nile* Township Hisjh in Skokte, [II the bride elect is an alumna oi Miami Beach lli^h and Northwestern University. Her sorority is Sigma Delia Tau. HIT fiance, son of Dr. and Mrs. '• hn \ Samuel-. ci< v. l.nivl O attends Northwestern University and ia member of Tau Delta Phi. WoolfsPlan Reception Here Mr and Mrs. Harry Wool!, who met while servjira a^ officer<>t B'nai B'nth Social Singles wire married Sunday. Dec 31, at the home of Rabbi Morns Skop spiritual leader ol Beth Shi rah remple, with the bride'mo'her, Mrs B Janover, ol Nev. York i ity, attend IIIL; The i irmer Mr\M., Gordon is currently president of the Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'nth Women, and served as vice president and secretary of the ftP. So icial Singles The bridegroom served f"r two ''•nils as president ol MB Social fc ngles and is a membei ol Sholem Lodge The newlyweds will have a reception at their new home. 2029 SW n h ter on Sunday. '• %  •, .i • : • lei • W. IN MSS. DAVID PAmtGCK < < ^ &f&f&f&f&f&f&f&f ^ &f ^<>e. '. OefroJt Joco/$ Meet Next meetine for the D Social Club of Greater Miami will be Monday evening at the Al ,.i. hotel. : BIRTKDAZE : Mr and Mr.i igeph Richer %  •ho reeent'y Celebrated their 5l-t wedding anniversary have iust re ceived word of ih e birlh of their First greal-granddanghter Parents of the babj j.irl are Mr and Mr.Marly Plachler. of Brook lyn, \ ^ %  New daughter was born Dec. 27 to Mr an.l Mrs Louis Gadon, 1516 SW 18th st. Sara joins brother Benjamin. 3, and lister Rebecca, 2 HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES FREE DELIVERY THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD MS. JE 8-1881



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Friday. January 5, 1962 } •\ HI +Je#ist> fhrid/an Page 5-B Aux. Members To be Honored %  m New members of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary will be honored on Tuesday. Jan. is. 10:30 1 a.m., iii the Dupi nt Piaza hotels • Irclu Mesdames Marion U ndi n. E h Lewis, Edmund Ptrls, Pran* %  se, Jacob Silver s i in, Sam Schaffer, Sherman Tebii Weintraub. Belle Eergr n Ha Pa'o, i haries Amur. Mau ici Hyman Stern, Saul, Li •. .-, Lei n EH, Aaron Gordon. William Phillips, Hyman t'olier. Also Mesdames Sylvia Kramer, Ji anette Scharfer, Arnold Ave I r man Brown. I |Iv:-. ar.d Mrs. I. E. Goldman, of 44 Palermo. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldman, Mrs. H. Harari. ICcrcl Gables, celebrate their 50th wedding Miss Cecelia Goldman, Miss Mimi Goldman. h .erscry at a dinner in the Riviera restauFront row (left to riqht) are Danny Goldmen, |:ant. Rrcr Heft to right* are Michael Harari, the celebrating couple, end H. Harari. Rebckchs Wiil install Officers •xj V &m \'-y.jmi Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka qives a key to the city to I Mrs. Clara Leff. national president of Pioneer Women, at the ...ng of a Pioneer Women's membership drive here. %  f** ,• nd Mrs. Hc.:ry Webb were installed here recently Roney Plaza hotel as president and board member of mi Beach Music and Arts Leaoue dunr.g the organize• i annual dinner and concert. Metro Commissioner F. Hall acted as master of ceremonies and installing Other public ofiirials present were Mayor Kenneth : Muni: Beach, and Councilman Louis Hobeiman, of I '1 %  • %  <, • .1 %  SHOSHANA DAMARI ISRAELI REVUE fggr r V -' m SA8RA DANCERS Wilt COOPER, v EXODUS HUOM OCEAN AT 65Ih STREET NO COVCR CMfiE %  tuGGIMIDI M. FIUNR, UN 6 8721 New officers will be ins'a lied by Miami Beach Sunshine Rebekah e on Tuesday evening at Worknen*s Circle, 25 Washington ave Mrs Harrj Deck}. rlistri; deputj president, will be installing officer New i fficer • are Mi 1 Charles W Rothstcin, noble grand; !;• :i Bauer, vice grand; Sam Ross, Eitiai i : i secretary; Dora Botwinik, reccr ing -ecretary; Joseph Krug n. treasurer; Charles Dernis mus ciai; I', en Tei'el, ch*"h't Harry Yollis, flag hearer; Irving Weiss, warden: Al Yatchie. conductor; Julius Winderbaum, inside guardian and Gertrude Rack off, outside guardian. Supporters ot the noble grand will be Mrs. Phil Bibleand Mrs. Louis Kreitzman. Supporters <>f the vice grand will be Mrs. Celia Beckerman and Mrs. Joseph Riegcr Also Mesdames Sol Thaler and Jack Hahn. supporters t<> the chap l.'in; and Minnie Kessler and Minnie Schneider, supp-irler!j Mrs Eva Taub, past noble grand. Mrs Eugene Gilbert is degree captain, and i hirh \\ I;"'r fc£&m xeoc/c £MUUJ& ****%£ l&rr most RODGERSi labulous HAMMERSTEINS T0DAy musical lov< story joyously lights up tluScreen! % ...•-.....-, i t hrii -.!,..,.., fMlH <.-*l...n' FlOW£R DRUM SONG NANQYKWAN JAMES'SHTSTA MIYOSHI UMEKI -ccxo* .impnLMaiyriar* MAYFAIR SUNSET iNdRMANDiE [MM •• >•.•MI-.IJ [j „,„ ,usill Otrvl r MIAMI M ACH Open 6 45 Open 6:45 Open 1:45 TODAY Sophia Loren £ WINNER BEST ACTRESS AWARD V a $J CANNES niM FESTIVAL 1961. —g_ 1 ^% FOR HER PERFORMANCE IN ^0] "Rn>WoM6ir k. %  ^ f 2>^.^fe/^VittonoDeSica^ a: parkway&5^theatre TCX)AY c=iw^-ij ^-l^ fctl4.i5l OpnAt:30 a Summer to Remember • ramarhably taactnaUng picture II la unforgattaMal" SIAKLEY-HfiAMER S ent at Nuremberg HOP Maximilian Scheii "Best screenplay" m mm LINCOLN Lincoln Road Miami Beach JI 4-2700 JE 4-4621 EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT NOW orlrr (r I HNiCOLOtt* IN A rMATRl PARTY ot Fu-d Ra M l Social Event SPECIAL DISCOUNT PLAN For Clubs, Organizations, Charity Groups Cell r.'ji Pearl G ie JfjS} 770 Ar,hur G3dfre ^ Rd JE 2-2331 41st St. Miami Beach ROOSEVELT



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Page 12-B tenist fhrHi&n Friday. January 5. 1962 Florida ADL To Tcke Part in N.Y. Conference • •• Ri i' Lea-' %  A, % %  At 1 ', bcai %  Pearly Gait • 4 by Hal Pearl WHY PRODUCERS GO BANKRUPT: I n pictures ties themes r repi story as thejr • of film. Producer St r* arch checking -" • %  !..: %  %  i a r.d %  Ah %  mem I ity • : Fried m a i the %  %  rights m Su| I Title Race At Jai-Alai Ondarra ar<: L'rcola, front men who are far ..: ul in styles f ha\ moved >ut I an i arlj i in the race for the coveU "Most Game: "Aon" title at the Jai Alai Palace Ondarra ii a small, stylish player who relies on a wide varietj ol -hotto scon p< ints. while l'rcola • • his attack on an al pponent! shi The • %  _• • %  %  — H. P. KOSHER C1fl '" MEALS 3 lit INCLUDtO IV Bther rate) i • %  -PEl and radio met Free SELF PiPK iNC adjoini • %  ana ;•--••)•. | • DETAPv ,%  • • Sail ira auQa'-fraa oiet. • -j -en on ftmiiti Can • ABE GEFTER Mia-ni -k JE 4-2141 PIlViTE MICH '.mU POOL KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER e SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BHUNS, Co-Owner tbi :. Mora than 10 BOO now costumes were crea'ed 'cr rho movie. Esc3;':re ""tier new ini inifica: t his roie, was Specially fitted „ ;.;.— 3' —s and a' r.cr. The crowns the r -9s *nd HS SCCprsrs wc-e made to crder by crjtsmen of Ploronca ifld Turin. Thai o'C d-s : -s r-aces, scimitars, batt.e axes lanc?s artd armor -.,j..-er for the film'*7.000 nn.jh's came from the 'a.-red To Oo, Span foundry of tha Garnco Bothers. ':'. I I I! I El a fivi > y a pair ol • n s an ; %  : ,. 1 ] • -. 5 a r.y thii Th< ; ee the i 11 1 ... • MORE A=.D-JT MOV, 55; '• -. ". r i • it 1 !. • I %  %  .-. • Spencer •' I %  '•• %  • v. e predi I tna he kid Scheil efense attci Nazi .,.-.:. tor fiery r Hi baa l-'.r-; rd S film critics Flower Oru-n Sore," doing extra big business at the Miami, Carlb, Ms a highlight o' the beautify ly-movntcd color production, which also stars James Shigeta and Miyoshl Umeki. A psychological murdi r tl <• of the best Ii in Frame. Purpie Soon, arts toaaj .. the Nori andte, Ma 11 and Sunset. De!on. recenti] stain I Kocco and His Brothers," heads the •* AFTER DARK DOINGS: Murray Franklin returned to his established format of lauph-pro\o;:.L Blackout.-." and thi new shew was lmmedialt!-. given the hearty -tamp of approval by local fun-seekers, wno jammed the popular nigl.i eluo for the opening. Starring in the nightly frivolities is the multi-talented Johnny Bachemin %  se versat.lity shows i.n best on the n< arged stage. H. scoi 1 ipressivi ly wi (its a cinj lingini, 5 and off-beat qui] WanJa Peterson, co-owner of Peterson's Steak Place on the Trail w *h husband B-.-'n. was the fi'st Miami girl to sing from the stage o* theOlympia Tneatrj during *aude days. Wanda and Pete, incicer-.tai.y, were married while in one of the late Don Lannir.^'s road shows, i'e was tnoir best man. .. 1 l> 2 -: k. the 1 I Si s Cai 5 "AOE ANO "F: the of 1 chtcr. is boa si nd Citv Center in N< York % %  ; \ • : 1 hui lerl \ Y. 1 l"V hi ired in Chi v • -., • "Th? Lard e' Mi'k and H-ney" continues its CrOW! 1 plassing run at the txcj.'S Room cf the Monte Carlo starring fiery ar.d Demised Israe'i singer Shoshana Darr.a'i. It's a well-paced pr;-iuctio-!, the brain child of Jaccb Baal-ieshuva and Bernard Cohen. Another highliglit ?r; ir; br .;ht dr.d bnh fclk dances of the Israeli ciancers. Will Cooper is the comedian ant! imcN of the revue. Side Ft • :..:.! 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Pcre 14-B k i%i$fr fl'crijijir Friday, January 5. 1962 1, i i LEGAL NOTICE N THE IN ANO FOR %  %  FLOR! DA. l\ PROS A:\ -. %  % %  %  Scene from "The Golden Goose," a children's three-cct play, is shown in rehearsal as enacted by Mike Rudisill [left and Marcia West (riqht), in preparation for the program to be presented to children and parents at the Miami YMHA Branch Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. Thi* is the third in a series of five events offered by the "Y" in its Sunday Celebrity Series. 'Golden Goose' Slated Here %  T b e Golden Goose." a childr< : pl.i> in three acts, will be the third event in the Sundaj celebrity series sponsored by the Miami YMHA on Sundaj Jan. 14, at 2:30 p.m. The Miami YMHA is a branch ol thi Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Directed by Irving West, the Penguin Players' featured perAcademy Founder Passes at 66 Max Silverberg, 66, a founder and vice president of the Hebrew demy of Greater Miami. died Dee 29 while visiting in West End. id Bahama Island A philanthropist and civic worker, he was a member ol din ctors Natioi Chils Cardiac Hospital, thi lev .-' \. Fun i ol ( hica o, Ml i Hospit a ; Mercj H %  A resident o' Miami for 25 years, he came from Buffalo, N.Y., and lived at 831 Venetian Way. He was in 'be catering bjsiness and operated restaurants at race tracks throughout the country. V a -< %  • >I S David and Hem Mrs. Rut %  % %  tha Miss Belt; i-. %  rl • D IN t b E. Caplai S G off Philanthropist Dies in New York Pn 11 i re held I fried K i • nthropisl %  / :: %  :. i at .N *> i k home 'inv • the ] I i h Kra i i i.-h I p| %  I Aji-. i •'' Hitler la %  Hi c haim W formers are Mike Rudisill and Marcia West. The final two events in the series are scheduled tor Feb. u, with Julien Balogh and the University ,t Miami Woodwind Quintet presenting Secrets ol the Woodwinds:" and Mar 11. a Broadway musical presented by the I'M i medy Singers directed bj Ladisla Vaida da. The family setsled in New York m 1940 [Survivors mcludt a n Bi r r.ard Kramarsky. .uui daugnte I iv Mrs Hel a Kra narsk) : Miami i i • ci'j chsii ma >l %  '•' "' Hadasi.. Henry Epstein, Noted Jurist NEW Y< iRK -i JT \ i -Funi i %  %  esda: fi i Stati Su rente Con I lied S %  II pread attei %  e A %  He a'n ruled ^^ainst George Rockwell, Isac'er cf the American Nazi Faity. in the lat'er's attempt to rrake public spoeches in New York City. I ii receivi Hat \ ard l inrved as D< putj • ,'ew York or R F Wagner's I Hi i < ral uri r I er Go 1 i !. rbi lie wa • tee of tl eagui ol %  it Ii.was als • i • York, %  %  LASKO \ \ V • %  %  %  %  • ': iM I. N LOUIS J DARNELL • '. %  %  i %  • | v \ • • • -. %  %  %  • Mii • K %  ••%  %  ; %  ,i SAMUEL GULFKIN : •' %  • \ v N. • > LOUIS EfSTEA \ \ v %  r ... • lit. xai \ ,1 Urn i %  SARAH A STARR %  \ 1 1 IN •• = ;iAL C'RCL'IT OF FL ; I AND FOR D Dt N T \ NCHANCER1 \ 6 c ... s %  N i NOTICE OF SL %  %  • • %  %  It'll %  I KST Al'l I V I %  •• %  %  %  • MAN N 'INI %  %  %  WAN \ I \ • %  IN TM JRTOFTHS : EN • .D.ClALCIRCUITOF FLOS A N o F o R r .. • f CHANC \ ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! •fj-rnist Skit, t %  aolicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee cccurate service at legal raies Dial l-K 3-ffltS lor me3s p naer servire LEGAL NOTICE I F i C %  %  NOTICE UNDER F'CT.TIOoS NAME LAV. \%  i< -.,-. r tl i. V i A1I < A N < • %  -; l* I. at N \\ II. • I'll I i .. %  MKI.\ S \ fur A • NO''CE '. ME" F CTTOLS N..VE L A .". N ..... III A N !• 'I'M %  %  %  %  IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF Tl ELEVENTH JU'DIC'AL C RCU-" Of FLORIDA -. ANO FOR O40E COUNTY IN CHANCERY N %  • %  • v -. I • I I '.'. \ \ I • NO* it T %  %  NT2 %  • %  %  %  REI • • I ., N LEGAL NOTICE FICTI1 %  N F l. O R O A DGI %  TM • %  I %  N %  %  • Ron I i



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p-oe :e-B l*m i f nrrMii'" Fiidcy. Icr.uory 5 ja^ UNDER TH€ ST..CT ANO CONSTANT SO.V,S.ON THl OtTHOOOX VAAO HAXASMUTH Of flOTDA .ABU 01 liAAC HIKH EVE. D-.ECTO. PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY JANUARY 12 FREEZE SAL i There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you cf bettor cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS; stock your freezer now and take advantage of these LOW, LOW, prices! CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER AT NO EXTRA COST! BEEF Forequarters 175 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME + c lb. BEEF CHUCK 110 LB. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME 59 c lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF C:.C:CE OR PRIME lb. 32 POUND AVERAGE BONELESS TRIMMED BRISKET OF BEEF 12 LB. AVERAGE lb. LAMB Forequarters 25 LB. AVERAGE c lb. I VEAL Forequarters 50 LB. AVERAGE 9 c lb. BABY Steer Liver 10 LB. AVERAGE 49 € lb. YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 49 c lb. 16 LBS. AND UP STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY I CORAL WAY | 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER ..*... AT SW 87th AVE MIAMI Westchester Shopping PU,* NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD I 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH AT MIAMI BEACH MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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lav Jcnucrv 5, 1S62 %  *. COM # r, „V.;-, r Page 15-A ABOUT OUR STATEMENT An institution like Chase Federal must, of course, concern itself with the cold figures of a balance sheet. But it is the human side of our job that gives all of us at Chase a feeling of accomplishment making it easier for you, the people of South Florida, to own the home of your choice, to maintain a high standard of living, to save for a future of even higher standards — these are the things ire consider our real contributions to the growth, and the people, of this area. We have been told that ue do our job well, and the confidence you have expressed in our institution will, I assure you, be reflected in our continued efforts to maintain and improve our standards of service to you in the years to come. 6ze^ 4r %  ,*/ %  ; lit BUILDING C. L. ( Pi r". STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1961 ASSETS C*Sn AND LC. D SECURITIES Cash on Hand ond n Banks. ..$ 3,163,191.95 Government end Government Agency Bonds .. $12,1 17,939.33 F RST MORTGAGE LOANS HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK OFFICE BUILDINGS — INCLUDING PARKING LOTS LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS REAL ESTATE OWNED FURNITURE AND FIXTURES OTHER ASSETS TOTAL • c -: • 11.28 102,669,547.65 100,316.77 357,013.79 1,476,000.00 1,172,868.57 141,491.71 295,801.44 330,366.04 4 10,751.70 $122,237,289.15 LIABILITIES SAViNGS ACCOUNTS S FEDERAL HOME LOAN EA\< ADVANCE .CANS IN FROCESS A:.ANCE PAYMENTS B v 6CR C CV.ERS FCR TAXES, INSURANCE, ETC DEFERRED NCOME C-~t* LIA6 LITIES General Reserves S : -1-:'~3 Surplus BG6.895.08 TCTAl $1 1.492. 1,000, 73C, 281, 42V 79 640.79 000.00 ,801.90 675.75 741.38 023.47 E 231 405.86 ,289.15 *& :•.; %  '>*• BUYING i REMODELING "TED ANNUAL ENC ON SAVIN w : : 2 I I OFFICERS PRESIDENT C. L. Cements EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT C. I. Clements, Jr. V CE PRESIDENTS Robert E. Doy, Cc-"c < %  Hcr-y N. Kingsbery Wm. Sweeting, Trees.rer R'chcrd C. Tolton George W. Vole%  -*, Public Re'ctions Walter B. Wilson SECRETARY L. Mark DeHcss ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT R chord V. Shields ASSISTANT SECRETARIES Ruth Eunice Joseph Gionfnddo i CHASE FEDERALSAVINGS AND LOAN ASSCC'ATtON LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 11 CO ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, 425 AT SHER.DAN COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75'h ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDING AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER REFINANCING You Save at CHASE!



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January 5. 1962 V'Jewlst) ITkrudlvriir Page 3-A progress report from ade if ederal pavings ANO IOAN ASSOCIATION Of MIAMI lielping families lako two sure steps to financial success ^ This Report is of progress made b> you, if you're alread) our customer, and bj hundreds of your neighbors. Our savers again shared two big earnings distributions this year. Total l%l earnings of approximately 55,700,000 are proof of their growing financial security Main families were able to move into homes of their own in 1961. through our personalized finance plans. Now they are heading safely, steadily toward debt-free ownership. Satisfied with your pace of progress? Then let's sit down together and plan a savings or home-ownership program I give you a greater measure of success in 1962. STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31,1961 ASSETS Cash on Hand and in Banks $ 4.1 64.3 l 6.7I I I I I I LIABILITIES AND RESERVES Savings Accounts $ 1 5 5,379,01 1.75 U.S. Gov't Bonds ... 14,008,969.54 18,173,286.25 I Advanicts from 50,948,182.20 | i 2,275,000.00 580,343.43 I First Mortgage Loans Federal Home Loan Bank Stock Loans on Savings Accounts Real Estate Owned Buildings, Land and Equipment Deferred Charges and Other Assets 6 59,663.68 TOTAL ASSETS $ 178,092,344.40 Federal Home Loan Bank Loans in Process Escrow Funds 76,765.53 | I | Other Liabilities Income Collected in Advance 5,500 000.00 2,737,364.23 415,976.46 351,405.83 757,317.93 5,379,103.31 | Surp us flnd Reserves 12,901,268.15 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES $178,092,344.40 "%  '< I Write your success story with Dade Federal SAVINGS BOARD OF DIRECTORS % %  : Si" RONAID A. UPTON .! ; unt tj tbl Pritidmt LEONARD IARR Trt.i : rtr 6US FEUEI CHAtlES IEATTY Ctn:rji CttMIll l'i;cPrui.hnt JOSEPH M. UPTON tmUtnt IE0 ROBINSON Viet-Pri. GEORGE A. PRICE SAMdEL .IPTDN MIIFORO I. ClEMtlTS Open or add to your Dade Federal Savings account on or before January 22nd 1962 and begin earning dividends from the first. Dade Federal metes no charge for transfer of funds Iron S.A. Just bring vt four past' book. We'// do the 'One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest j0ade Federal JAWINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of Ml AMI : JOUPH M IIPI0H, President 'Ilii'omi PER ANNUM from Jan. 1,1? %  PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY Main Office 101 E. Flagler St. Aliapattah Branch I North Miami Branch 1400 NAV. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Branch Edison Center Branch 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.W. 7th Ave.



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Friday. January 5, 1962 FROM THE TALMUD The P.r-'.m Proselyte k i' .lot Rabbah, 7. ,-\ /', iijti < row i • KJ/> and Mid you I %  • %  • Torah'" Hf a%retd j''.i thowed him the aleph.' The Persi in %  i : H.'ic unll yon • • %  •:.,;>] fllfpll '" Hf :. MI : Samu • JMJ tried the jrgunte imiK I f j' and ilic [i "•'• rjr' nr I to me it I u m\ • • %  .->. ei i : lli U'dJ i' ti*s "in fcr"? %¡ *'-:""i"2 |i"S in In •~ iy? 'inn C"l8 Di*3 In rl's—ina "iiajj rnbsn P!?5 i n l 7 ~i-2x M .ifaDfl %  I : : T : V ly np-nyn Tsn ntain %  ? %  "? I i i i : T ra D-Ksoan Cripan Dlpa %  T I • • I • %  I %¡ "IT T pian DV 'is 1 ?? D*?'? Finn l ? 1 ??rn 1 ?i ipa 1 ? un? r sin? T.ixnarrrinn ]ix tn .•sftasi "in •?# iirrpB hiia a*r:s s whn o-m %  T%  i niar pTi .nr ipa 1 ? in 1 ?? Inn^n ncn'wa .oWn lip^n sim ps in rnr: fin'-? yin*:^ nvrnn :n" ixain rr-rvn TJ1 nia i : %  I i i t T I ... %  T ri^an in iap la^a ha xxa? IT" 1 ??* ro:-n •::: -r. ,nxi2?n *jina ]VS fnaa %¡ "•mrr; -iDX-ntaax '•"IDD nisrn matfnn n; ... T T Itraun "1—7^ ^ntf min %  T T [.icoa nnien niTj? rx rtVnj?'? ]i-Di rriasa. n1a I : •• • t I T MNSMTfON Mount Zion Mount Zion in Jerusalem serves %  i> as a spiritual center for pil1 from Israel ami the DiaspoAccording to tradition. King lavtd is bunet' on Mount Zion |i"m it, it 1possible to view the US of the old city and the site 'he Temple, which are in nourish hands ll'rior to the emergence of the late, it was the custom to visit pi pray on Mount Zion on the Vast of Shavuot. which is the aurersary of King David's death. <" %  Arabs allowed isolated Individonly to visit there and that |lj against payment. In the War Liberation, Mount Zion was conjured, and it is the most importV holy place outside the walls of IOld City 111 Israel hands I li the tomb of King David f'i the adjoining synagogue, there on Mount Zion the cellar of the 'locaust, where are stored urns ; he ashes of the martyrs of the 3n !e. public religious observances are the panacea for all our ills. We must prove lo ourselves thai we are a God believing people, and we will be saved For others, religion inothing m o r e than a cloak ol r. ^portability Like patriotism, it is the last resort ol Ihe scoundrel In the namo of God one can justify discrimination, hatred, one man for another. Religion to them is a crusade for a holy war to rid the world of what t'les call evil, even it it means the destruction ol the human race In this weekportion of the Bible, we read that the Egyptians reter to the plague vis ted upon them as the "linger ol God." Alter denying the existence ol God this was a public confession that He does txist. This confession of f:'it h .. however, in no way influenced 'he political or social climate of that country There was no equation ol the faith with a better way of life. The acceptance of the existence ol a God had no relationship to their practice ol shivery and the inhuman treatment of their fellow-man. The milieu in America todav reflects the same kind ol thinking. Everybody talks about religion, but nobody does anything about it to make it a moral force lor good in our community. It does not make lor more honesty or brotherly love It does not contribute to peace Judaism does not accept this concept of religion. The beliel in (lod is secondary to the performance ol his Mitzvoi From a passage in the Book of Jeremiah our sages infer God saying to Ihe children of Israel. "I would thai you forsook me but kept my Law Religion is not just • belief. It is a way of life. It is an instrument through vhieh ws elevate ourselves above the evil around us to lead a better waj of life ami to help improve the lot of those around us. To keep iifrom being contaminated by the corroding social influences of our tunes, we need a deeper and broader understanding ol what is the Jewish hei.'. ^>We need more ,l< wish education. It is the only answer we have for the survival of Jewish idals for a better world. Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m.. preceding the week ot publication. All re!" %  received after that time wffl De returned as proof of their lateness. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carly!* ave. Orthodox R.iDin isaac ever. l-'n :.i %  :<• i> tt Sal urdu> x a.m Sv: MI. M Till %  I I %  • c 11 i H || %  %  i • %  BETH DAVID 2623 SW 3rd ave Con. s'r-a.i.. r\an ,\ normtn n. .na.ifb I rlH:i i %  SernitM i: '". H Mil SI l >' .VI • I v mill VI • BETH EL. ECO SW 17th av. Orthodox. P 1 \ %  v\ %  %  f" By R4BBI SAMUEL J. What is a "Dibbuk?" FOX The expn ssion "Dibbuk" First ap pi an l in a colloquial form in the Seventeenth Century among the Jews of German) and Poland It represented a first the concept ol ;.n evil spirit that somehow attach• d itself to a humon being and used his body as .. base of its operations Later it came to represent a mi; rator> spin: of another human which could find no peace even in transmigration into another being, SO that it entered another living human being. We do find that the Midrash (Numbers Rabbah 19:8) describes a discussion between Rabbi Johanan Ben Zakkai and a heathen in which the heathen practice of driving out such a spirit from a human being is discussed The Lurianic Kabbalista describe ways and means of treating such a situation This matter attained great credence among Chassldic circles where it v\.ibelieved that the Saintly Chassidic Rabbi (Baal Shem i had mystic powers which enabled them to drive out such evil spirits of migratory soul-. Modern writers have tried to categorize his phenomenon under some form of Schizophrenia as an explanation of the •'split personality." I %  : • .. I u ...• M ." -\.. %  I MAM V LIPSCHITZ > rdu itor Contributor RABBI '' IN 1CHIPP Gtms ol W'uii.'m —mnniMi II i in ii mi mi in iiH—Ml extermination camps and parchment leaves of Torah scrolls desecrated by the Nazis. The walls of the cellar are covered with hundreds of tablets in memorial to the Diaspora communities, fixed there rvivora of the communities (Published by Brit Ivril Olamit) What is a "Golem?" The expression is traced to a passage in the Psalms where it refers to an unformed or an unfinished substance, probably an "embryo." The Talmud tells of the making ol such a man tSanhcdrin 65b). In Medieval times it became a belief .hat. because of t h e knowledge gained from the mystical treatise "Sefer Yetzirah," it was possible to create such a being by building some type of lifeless creature and giving it life by putting one of Ihe Dames of the Almighty in its mouth. The best known of this type was the robot made by the Rabbi of Prague in Ihe Sixteenth Century who used it as a servant on weekdays and rendered it lifeless on the Sabbath. Some authorities were known to ponder over the question as to whether such a being could be counted to a Minyan (Jacob Bmden and Chacham T/vr Currently, an ignoramus or a stupid person is sometimes referred to as a "Golem" because ot his lack of intelligence. GEMS OF WISDOM j. ... %  %  v %  i %  BETH EMETH. 122 Z NW 2nd avt Conservative. ... ill. I.' %  v. I S.i i • — 5ETH ISRAEL. ir-OG Prairie ave. O-• Ratl H. Louie RMtma-. i> !• a i %  .' iti e 3ETH J4C03 301-3H Washington ave. Orth.i^ox Rai;bi Tioor Stern Cantor Maurice Vamcnei. r i.m sUi v I \ '. %  .. %  ; : e — 3ETH RAPHAEL 1 !" NW 3-d BVO. Orthodox Julius Sapero. president. 1 i i p.i .--..'... .i ii. • BETH TQRAH. 164th st. an.1 NE '1th ajve Conse-vativ?. Rabbi Max Lip%  enitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen baum. KrMa> '. %  and '" : i fr 'im I .l.n -> V ':. .' • I V • %  %  I %  Suturda) *.45 -i-i i r Mltzval r. 1*1 \; • nnd ,i. H I ••• u n Vndi %  > HI nt V.: ..N I Ml Hun* lit-ixti — • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 8755 SW 16th st Miami. R.-.bbi Samuel April. CantoGer'hon Levin. I'I i i.. %  VI.' ulid n i' "MitM<> l..;. !.-• :.'l and I. %  %  .-.. urdav 9 .. m, — • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold HiciUer. Cantor Emanuel Man-I^l. ...... San .-..-•; %  • Sal u %  1 '.>:t ion [hi VVi e — TLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 5ist pi. ron'-rvative Rabbi Gerald L^-er. Canter George Goldberg, e SRAEL'TE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Motion •i-l.n-v. Cantor Lo.iis Cohen %  • p.m. i • Al.ba Sa*urda> I Mi • — KNF.3ETH ISRAEL. 14'" Euclid ave. Or'hodox. nabi-i D.i.id Lehrf.e'd. c ir toAb-aham Seif. ... ,. |-,. ,; \ • %  %  i v • %  Sai da j I:. • • IK of lli a. mpl I • MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATON. MCI sw 12th T .. Traditional. Can. tor Fr-d Bernstein. i i Satin v %  < .i MI i %  %  I tar Mr, and M %  i ; %  e — MINVCNAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. • SOUTHWEST CENTER 643f, SW 8th st Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. I .' K:\-i "in S mon 'V Kiuli"-itii'l i*rlv:U-gea .i> n Metnbei laj :' ft n< — e — TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 1025 NE I8">d st Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zucker, Cantor Abiaharn Reisn-an. • TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kend-ll dr So. K iami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles KoHner. -min "Whai Spe< ..i I uboul the N* w Vi ar?" e TEMOI.E Bf"TH EL OK HOLLYWOOD. 13)1 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jalfe. — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sun-land Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructicnist. R .ill i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. v i p.n Sermon "Whul M.i'". -. i \. w p s \. ?" s • in, Sermon "Vi-i..n at .vi>:.iham %  • — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowt?. I' III iy S;SD f •• S"t it-., iv 1 :i m Ror Mii/>.iii Hiii Jordan and Scott Michael, -. % %  ..f Mr. and Mra. lit rnard \ ..urn. e TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. Cantor Dav'd Ccnviser. I' .:.. %  I I.I. ; v. %  • | %  e TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th st I .... BAIIY*. A .... V-ltl :; II VI H %  • % %  %  %  ,. M s e Wit.) • then %  KMTSII K Reform. Rabbi joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jarob Bornateln, KVIdu,v • jSt-rmn Do You Knou vv Inn Voui illi %  %  i >., igl .. %  Think v • % %  • % %  %  • TEMPLE JUOE-. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mo.decai Podet. V N. v. v I; r •;. • i. nil I i-:n.-ixi Mr in I MrIV man will h.' I of thi • innl • I Vlltl Mark mm Mi und Vlr.S -: i i. • — TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Consei vative. Ral-bi Mayer AOramr-witi Cantor Edward Klein. .... n .-.•.. • |{ ar \ M '.: uf Mr. and Mix. Kd e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Wate • vodem T-.-.iitioi-al. Rabbi Ei gene Laoovitz. Cantor Samuel Gombi I >i %  %  v i', VVn e TEMPLE S \AI OF NORTH MIAMI. '200 NE 15th ave. R-foim. Racbi Benro I. Wallach. I •; -• f %  v %  %  li Woll %  I • -. %  ilti-ni'i i -Iv IVhal • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6?00 N. Miami aie. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Qlantz. i St—moi I • %  I 'i-'i the III 1 ll mi with N...i I: %  %  Km 11 a S %  ...i MI Si I II on %  v HappJ New M lo > I — • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Helm, Pi Idav Si in in: I.i: !i in %  ;."! I.i ad : Si itifthten lem M i >ii. | SI bl %  ?! % %  • .-i--. iii..,. I .• in il.i\ 9 .. in. s*i ru 1'i'M .mi uf | li.• TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. Conservative. Rabhi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. I II. .-. • How Important are A] 1 ... \! \;ili. Sharon, d of Mr %  I v • Kamui I sii.i i;30 a m. Hal Mr. Mr. and Mi Sa il i '• • VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. • • lda> s;;r, p m Sermon : "Reai I lions for the New Veal Sal n I I Bar Mltzval .,, .if Mr. and M: Mllti n Rune. CANDLEUGH71NC H/MI 29 Tebet — 5:29 p.m. j -'. -*J.. %  mmimmm ma i



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Pcce 4-B k i t thrkMtun Friday, January 5, Birthday Party At Aged Home At a residents birthday party Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Douglas Gardi Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary Jewish Home tor the Aged, \ h.nicr Mrs Max Greenberg, fonnder <>i the Beach Auxiliary, 1. i her service to the Home and the liary Lawrence Silverman, Auxii.. > president, "ill welcome the sts. and Mrs. Sol Silverman will [ e the invocation. Dr. Irving ti rman, of Temple Emanu-EI, speak on A Tribute." VI s Louis Makovsky, program i rdinator, will present "Trie Ri ring Twenties Revue," with a rus ol Auxiliary members, featurinj •:: g< r Kaj Harrisori and Mrs Olga stem at the piano, Becciiste Makes Brardeis Hensrs Ruth Weinstein. dai %  Mrs Isidor VVeit 772 i Bryi n ..\ e Miami !•'.. %  i 1 • i : %  named to the First Dean I i>t at Brandeis I'nivers t> I ir I i v ork during the I960 61 a ic year, A senior at the Waltham. Mass, ui tersity, she ia 1953 graduate ill High School, where was elected to the National H nor Society and served as secry of the National Forensic [ue and treasurer of the Law < b At Brandeis, -ho is majoring in ':i-. and served as president II the Debate Society during her homore year, STARRING not a powder, not a crystal, butatffMf detergent! r.e.v Tab is power blasted v :)er more than 303 pounds of pressure. 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