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The Jewish Floridian ( January 12, 1962 )

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"dfewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 35 — Number 2 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 12, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20* State Dep't. is Concerned Over Red Anti-Semitism Sen. Jacob K. Javits, newly-appointed chairman of the Jewish War Veterans National Advisory Council, consults on policy matters with past national commander Myer Dorfman, of Los Angeles. The Advisory Council will consist of prominent Americans in many fields of activity. Hebrew Culture Group Given $1 Million Gift NEW YORK'TA — A donation of si I to the ni rarbuth Foundation (Foundation for Hebrew Culfur?! I I ra idman and his brother Jacob Goodman of Brooklyn, veteran %  -;. and prominent industrialists, has been announce I bj Dr. anuel Neumann, original spons of the Foundation. The announcement was made at a luncheon to mark the establishment of I h i' Foundation. The Foundation was recently incorporated under the laws of the State oi New York. Dr. Neumann, who • resided, outlined some of the salient features of the program •>'. the Foundation He disclosed that S750.000 will be applied for the purpose of making it possible to establish •n accredited degree-granting college of Hebrew studies as a national institution on a non-denominational basis. The balance, amounting to $250.000 will be available for other purp ises oi the Foundation, which Dr. Neumann said included: 1. To alleviate the shortage ol qualified Hebrew teachers by providing grants and scholarships for -indents and providing in-service training for Hebrew teachers to deepen their knowledge 2. To develop a program for promoting Hebrew education among children, adolescents and adults by cooperating with summer camps and institutes and helping to estabContinued on Page 7-A Cite English Girls' School With Bigotry LONDON — — Britain's called 'public" schools for girls, which are the equivalent of private schools in the United States, discriminate against Jewish students. H was found here this week, in idj conducted for the London t%  ning Standard. The same writer made a study bias in "public" .-chools for %  last year, finding that the re"did not show up our tradition educational tolerance in a verj i vorable light." At the Sherborne School for Girls, in Dorset, the writer found an attitude "uncompromising, to say the least, on the matter." He quoted the headmistress of the school as asserting: "Every girl who comes here must take part in our religious program. We carnot accept girls who are unable to take part in our services, and there are no facilities here whereby a practicing Jew can worship on her own." While many Jewish parents, states the writer, complain that find it difficult to get their Is Into local public school, the Francis Holland schools in London "operate a vigorous quota ol percent*of Jewish pupil-" Officials of st Pauls Girls School refused to make any comment on issue. The Channing School. in North London, said it i< enffreU non-sectarian and accepts a large Authorities reported six persons proportion of Jewish girls. were killed in the renewed clashes, WASHINGTON JTAl Reicai Sei Kenneth Keating o! said this % %  eek he has • % %  Dep n ent l the 1 nil %  I Stan 1 il %  r • of • %  5ei Is "it liffh nil to con• %  i the dire t solution : %  %  %  : mil rities • rrile Soviet is > full ci ntrol." i • irtmeni in lie ite I iai pr< ire bj pri\ Jewi niza ions might be help: ;1 As one course f action, il suggested that "a ueful purpose" be served by "appropriate ru! licity in this country on the .fitiative of religious groups themselves, without any reference to the United States Government, conccrning violations of the rights of their co-religionists in the Soviet Union The Department's view. .expressed by Assistant Secretary Frederick Dutton. were put forth in a li ""i • i in Ke il wo part, the I S Government las endeavored through '\ ry available means to bring the Lnhu m %  <' me l i the atten'.i in •• ill peo in 'he belief thai "the force >; \ nion can be an imp rtart i. i • ir." D ill in s lei er The State Department official stresse I the U lelegati n to th i Un :. I Nati ins is "kept fulContinued on Paae 11-A LIAISON WITH RED AGENT Israeli Found Guilty Of Passing Secrets HAIFA— 'TA — Ahar n Cohen, a Middle Easl and Arab af np er %  Mapam party, was found guilty bj le • Sun of three out of tour charges icci i .." passing tcrel information to an agent for an unnamed country a %  he Soviet bloc. He was to come before the court for sentencing to week, and faces possible imprisonment for 15 years Cohen, who is 53, was a member of the Shaar Haamakin kibbtftt. He was arrested on October 17, 1958. He had been under surveillance cf Israel security officers several weeks after suspicions were aroused, when a highway patrol noted the automobile belonging to a diplomat frcm a Communist country approaching a side road near Shaar Haamakim. A man later identified as a 'oreign agent was observed by the highway patrol us'rtg a path through a fiela for a rendezvous with Cohen. There were four counts in the which ( )hen was Continued on Page 10-A DE3ATE ON HERUT MOTION Parliament Discusses Cultural Relations With W. Germany JERUSALEM—;JT.-V—The first full-scale debate in Israel's Parliament on the issue of cultural relations with West Germany began this week and revealed profound differences of opinion and feeling among Israel's political parties. Education Minister Abba Eban will reply for the government. The debate on a Herut motion concerned the recent visit of a West German pastor who was a guest at some schools in Jerusalem. Herut deputies at that time protested the visit as contrary to Government policy Avraham Drori. Herut deputy, told the Knesset that it was Minister Eban who was responsible for the change in the policy, who advocated fraternization with West German students and who sanctioned conducted tours ot Israel by German educators Agudat Israel, Mapam, the Communists, Pcale Agudat Israel and the Miirachi's Rabbi Mordecai Nurock supported the extreme position of opposing any cultural relations with West Germany. Middle roaders on the itHM included spokesman for the Liberal party, Achdut Avoda and the National Religious party. The most lenient vie* on the issue w.iexpressed %  >> Mapai's Continued on Page 6-A Two Held in Bombing 01 Temple CHICAGO — JTA Two I spec:.cere under arrest here this week in connection with the bo • ing ol an '• e police authorities have placed a 24-hour guard over all ether synagogues on Chicag North Side Names of the susp i i were no: revealed by police. Mrs Helen Goodman, wife i rabbi who officiates at another North Side temple, the Moti Synagogue, reported to police that she received a telephone call from a man who threatened to blow up her husband's house of worship. She said the mysterious caller told her "I am the one who blew up the other synagogue, and a'l the other synagogues on the North Side will receive the same treatment." A housewarming at the bombed temple. Chevra Kadisha Machzikai Hadas Synagogue, which has suffered damage totaling $10,000 as a result of the bombing, has been postponed. The new $100,000 tern pie was to have held its housewarm Ing next Sunday In Minneapolis, synagogues and Jewish schools were under guard by Jewish war veterans. The ac tion followed the discovery of swastikas on a halt" dozen synagogues dun:.-; the last several dayOutraged Jews Join Violent Fighting in Algeria PARIS (JTA> — Police cr down in Oran this week with a second curfew in 48 hours as Jews and Moslems clashed for the second successive day. Violenci i jews -pre:', i to Constantine t Charles Cohen was shot and killed. Cohenkillers were believed to be terron-ts of the FLN Moslem underground rebel organization. between Moslem supporters Euro] es of an indepen I Algeria but they did not ii manj were Jews. Through the day groupf Moslei Jew • ing opposing slog in &&\ t ;e battles. The renewal of Moslem-Jewish strife was sparked by terrorist attacks of the FLN against two Jews on the outskirts of the Jewish section. More complete reoorts confirmed that some of the n-ost savage Moslem attacks took place in Oran's Jewish quarter where at least five Jews were killed. A Moslem tert fire on housewives hurrying to complete their .shopping. Three Jews, one of the::; a pregnant woman, were killed The woman's v infuriated vounger Jewin Oran and sv armed out seeking revem I anj Mos i %  mercy The Jev i in Oi in -. a prominent part in the i ropi in l< monstrations against depi \ ria and I revenge for the killing of a Jewis i shoemaker by lynching two M lems,



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Pc = Page 2-A +Jenist FkriJiir Friday. January 12. 1352 Dictionary's Quaint Definition for Word 'Jew' By LEONARD N. SIMONS About a year .1r.1l a halt ago, I had occasion to look up th< nition 01 :i word which started with '"in." 1 saw the word "Mos 1 and nj. sbi 1 k< : to see that the onl> i.i finition thi > gai e -.1 the word ..of a Jewish money lender Nothing about the fad thai Moses ->.i•!;< %  %  •••. who gave the Israelites and tht world the Tin C01 that ht ferent dictionaries, I found only one dictionary that did not have any derogatory definitions of Jews or Jesuits, and a'so did nor include apy offensive words like VOD, Sheeny, Chink, Polack, Dacjo." Th.s was the ThorndikeBarrhar:t dictionary, published by Doubleday 8, Co. itacted American can tfh : %  1 1:1 n-< tinb> eliminatdefinitions which are tod on 11 % %  m the : -• p ice Thesi 1 ;a1 r) r vulgar detii • iat< untruthful proven u.ituir and untruthful Decent tt" %  sible publishers, onl) perpe generalises Ilka 1 believe that if enough ; ol all reliijious denominations express their feelinR.about :-.. .r•.> Millar and offensn ; :n the dictionar}. to both the .1,. Ushers ol the dietionane.,•• • ,,. retail stores which tell them • • r perhaps the publisher:, will .,. ientl> Presidenl K '•kind maries thai thej gel : ethnic groups • 11 1 ihe publishers fall of the 01 • nanesemu' ixbt F : this v ..... e en if it I i me jti>n reugi Defamati Leagu B'n* I I Semitic lefmitions thi cost them a little >il >f money to The dictionarj I as using, pubto see w t of thi slow poison ,. .. tvpe ,. .,, L .. Iished by the Press of Oxford Vnito cl nes noi %  • d n our society The du r plates before tl • press .. th their •• xl II • %  •' \. %  % %  1 -..; are prod time •• 1one ol the most respect ed in the world Then. I word-, including Jew am 011 that =an 1 1 found "Jesuit." A : ; mt of corHere again the derogatorj defimres-vrndence has back ai istounded me A 3e\ spelled ....... I strictly imports leai : rs ai api lie I to the Jewish ml %  I li — %  -~ • %  .jp.-.-c-.. .^> me j %  -1 : :, :._ me minus .; 11 looked up some other '' ipplied to an) is lei tool used to form and luding m eligious r lor thnit % %  ~ hange people's mu s Thai is iy it is & to see that a!i definitions in enl up-to-dati g and late isagi >f w >rds v ith a capital "J" had several nitions "A at rson t thi rac< tranl colloq ex! usurer Driver ol h. rich .i.1 i erson tell that an unlik< !j to the Thi K| Ml 1 Ji ith a lower cas (coll .. • • :• I The % %  ties at %  %  •lance I starti • -..-. %  in sevi ) : ... : The v %  As I ga*hererf the definitions from approxima*e ; v a dosen difL0NS-DISTANC1 MOVERS %  md th Oxford I'ruvers ... ... thai : -hers did 1 .. 11 I I %  %  1. tempi %  ions =s. for •: 1] M • • •' %  > %  %  DAIIY PICK-UPS New fork New Jer sey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston — all other points. DIAL JE 84353 M. lleberman & Sow 655 COLLINS AVI. 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Friday. January 12. 1962 > f I e f ;. e e t e e e •e ie d n v•k iy e. in in u5 fjfniit) F/aridfiajn Page 3-J Scottish Rite Service Friday Miami Consistory of the Scottish nitr Masons will hold it> annual religious services ;it Heth David i ongregation on Friday night. The service has been arranged by Ahi> s. Goldman, venerable masinof (he Lodge <>i Perfection. The [our bodies, with (he following o ficers; Lester B Nelson, masti Scottish Rite Choir and Guard will of Kodosh; Robert Casey, wis attend. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro master of Rose Croix; Abe S Goli will officiate, with Goldman and man, venerable master ol th Judge Harry A. Greenberg particiLodge ol Perfection; Melvin Friei pating i ,|. captain ol the guard; an Miami Consistory <>l the Scot Erroll Crawford, director <>l il" ti-h Rite Masons icomposed <>t Scottish Rite Choir. Newly-elected president of the Exchange Club ol Bayshore. Judge Jason M. Berkman (left\ receives his gavel from outgoing president, Frank Weldon. while Judge Irving Cypen. installing officer, looks on. Ceremonies took place last week n; Chandler's restaurant. Annual Concert at lemple Ner Tamid To Feature Varied Musical Program Temple Ner Tamid will present a musical program Saturday even p featuring Cantor Samuel GomIn r_ and a string ensemble con posed of violinist Alexander Prilutchi, piam>t Louis Spielman, and i< list Effim Rosanofi Also appearing on the program .! M e I arber, lyric coloratura the Ner Tamid Choir, directed bj Joseph Schreibman with Hj i .: as accompanist and organist The Temple concert committee em'ists of Frank Cohn, Louis Hoberman. Charles Abramson pnd Dan Piver. Mrs. Louis J. Gold and Mrs. Eugene Schwarx are in charge of seating arrangements. I niversit> Sti ing Quart) I v. .] play Mi nd< Issoht Trio in 11 minor, Fleggier's Love Sot I .irak's Slavonic Dance, and the das bj Monti. tander Prilutchi. 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Pace 4-A vjfnitf FkrSdfon Friday. January 12, 1962 "Jewish Floridian CFFICE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET E ditor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent "''•• .'•>' r". rldlM .,! : !0 S.E -' •' >•• %  • • Mia 1 Pe<. nd-C! IM i -'••-' I %  % % %  '-' > y %  l The Jewish Floridian has abso'Eed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member o the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate. Worldwide News Service. Natirn.il Editorial Assn American Assn. of English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. e Jewish Fli %  %  • • • : : iranti i> thi K )ii ::h • • ..-.. %  .. %  •'. idverl • nSUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 15 00 Three Years J1C 00 Oi.t o' Town Upon Request Volume 35 Number 2 Friday, January 12, 1S62 7 Shebct 5722 State Department 'Explanation' • i a pra seworthy Bu; clo=e: ex %  hows that, in fact, it gays nothing. h the first instance, the Stcte Eepcr'ment suggests that American Jewish organizations show a ccntinuing and "direct" concern for the problem. Translated even less than liberally, this simply means "leave us alone" or 'please be sure not to count on us." Whet these organizations should do, according to the letter of advice to Sen. Keating, is tc keep the issue of Soviet antiSemitism constantly in the public eye — but without specific reference to the U.S. Government and without enlisting the aid of any governmental agency. In effect, the State Department has set forth its policy on the matter: It is prepared to do nothing. As an example of its ictionale, the letter questions some of the prevalent examples of anti-Semitism in Russia, among them the persecution of a number of Jews cited by Sen. Keating in his proach to the Department on this question. "Explained" the State Department: It has r.ct yet been determined whether, in point of Jcct, these lews were really black marketeers tCing brought to justice without regard to their reiicicn. This kind of "concern" in the highest echelons of our government can hardly be consoling to those Americcns who are genuinely concerned with the continuing Soviet violation c: the religious rights of its Jewish citizens. initial apLet's Punish the Culprits The bombing of the Chicago syncgogue was a frightening thing — more for the pur;:se of the bombing than the destruction it wrecked. We earnestly hope thct something will illy be done about punishing the culprits involved. The Chiccgo bombing was not the first such attack against an American synagogue. There have been others in the past — including several in our own City of Miami a number of years ago. In most cases, the police do a deft job in the matter of coming up with none of the responsible parties. Where the attack is of a "simpler" order — where it involves a desecration like the painting of swastikas — we are frequently inundated by the hot tears of overtime sociologists and psychologists who deplore the sad fate of the excessively-privileged teen-agers usually responsible for such deeds. And. again, nothing is done about it. But whether it is an irresponsible youth responding to the boredom of his upper middle class antiSemitism or a demented bomber, the result is more than the desecration of a synagogue. It is an attack against an American principle. Unpunished, such attacks violate not alone property, but cur historic concepts of freedom, as welL JT>\ with the stated purposes of the presentation no less then with its megnitude. A good dec": cf the activity that makes up American Jewish affairs involves either welfare philanthropy or programs dedicated to the eradication o: anti-Semitism. Clecriy, both spheres of endeavor are of the highest and %  Icudable order. Jewish needs locally, nationally, and overseas have been discussed in these columns innumerable times. The fulfillment of these needs must have the most urgent sort of priority, for in many instances they involve the very survival of large areas of Jewish communal existence. Similarly, our civil libertarian er.decvor seems self-evident in i'.s importance — as well l respect to the praiseworthy battle in behalf of cherished democratic ideals cs with Jewish continuity on its own terms. Nevertheless, little if any of these activities relate to the heart of Judaism — the cultural, spiritual, intellectual and historic foundationstones of the Jew through the ages. It is these that must be rekindled in every generation — and in a meaningfully effective way — if the Jewish continuum will be assured. The Goodman gilt, as Dr. Emanuel Neumann has explained it. is dedicated to this most potent purpose. It is a welcome gift made thoughtfully. Let it be put to work just as thoughtfully. Welcome Gift fo Jewry It is still too early to assess the fullest meaning of the SI million gift of the Goodman brothers, of New York, to the new Tarbuth Foundation. But cne must be immediately impressed A Settle of the Cultures The debate in the Knesset over cultural relations with West Germany is just about downright unrealistic. It is easy to understand the impulse of the Israelis; it is one, indeed, which Jews share most everywhere. Undoubtedly, the Adolf Eichmann trial has done much to exacerbate the feeling. But the clamor on the part of some Israelis to isolate their country from cultural or any other kind of exchange with West Germany seems the equivalent of cutting off one's nose to spite one's race. In the first instance, it flies in the face of continuing economic relations with the Bcnn Government since the establishment of the State of Israel — specifically in the form of the S866 million reparations agreement shortly to I during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN come to a ciose. How does one sanction kind of accord while posing the other? going on record as op%  THE RECENT teen %  clave sponsored bj Greater Miami Jewish l munity Center emphasizi number of significant area inquiry. Among thwe wen parent child relationships the educational system ioda\ Both emerged as the obji of severe criticism. Last w i I launched into a discussion ol the first of these, with an evi toward demonstrating that the "modern" perversion of par, authority lies at the root of much of what are called "teen-age prol lems" —-that the frequent gatherings of such conclaves, when yi people assess the failures of then mothers and fathers, in themselves cast the worst kind of light on this perversion. Authorit) is the Incontrovertible foundationstone of the parem child relationship; and authority is precisely what today's parenthave abdicated in a chocking democratization of the relatioi ;•' %  -. i I i ications of Freud-Dewej principles • I of o <: %  zation — the family unit, win t ,. • • • restore the classic a tHbritarian tii : agi rooth ssi nee of er equal • : • %  parental view [• %  — L>< ip| %  n the parl i tests of strengl • • • thi fi .ariel of permi: brit %  ed here last week: it rpose!ess to ai t further i xat i nati ol othi i i i %  nt ; by now been ma le: They principal • thi mi si ess ol them all — the challcn ;e t>i authority A V1£W Of PARENTAL lAIHHtti IF THE YOUNG people at the Greater Miami Jewish Comm unit\ Center conclave were stern in their view of parental failures, n must nevertheless not be said against them that they proved altogethi wrong in their conclusions. That they were permitted the luxurj criticism is one thin;.-; but it would be shortsighted therefore to char., them with error. For it i> exactlj these failures in their parents that constitute initial cause of the permissive parent child relationship and the afti math of all its attendant difficulties. What are the failurc>' Hen again, to include some of the charges of the teen-agers, themselvcwould hard!) be invalid, since the rightness of the charges seem si evident. Principally, they are failures in academiceducation, despite tin parental achievement of a variety of degrees; the repudiation ol traditional "home" values judged to be middle class." more as result of the inability to sustain them, than an honest rejection basi on genuine intellectual evaluation: the emerging contusion of the ma!< and female roles in American society, where women incrcasir demonstrate masculine characteristics of aggressive professionalisi and men. contrarily. take on a varietj of previous!) feminine atti butts mainly centered in domestic endeavor. Other examples abound, but these seem sufficient to demon-': tht infectious nature ol the deel m in | irental quality—and ther I thoritj (Perhaps the most significant cf them all is the acadi ax tht prevalence ol degrees and the absence ol know-led] t tainly, higher education is hardl) necessary to successful parenth the pretensi lo I ins] res intellectual d i onesty by focusini %  : d ol demccrat zation — the drastic reduction of aca I %  ; %  ol opening university training to any and i asp rants without i gard for schi it) Th is a ci ol realer concern quenl


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Friday. January 12, 1962 tfTTER TO THE EDITOR Jewlst fhridUgtin Paqe 5-A Zionists Say They Meet Challenge EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Lt-o Mindlin's column of Dec. 25 uTors lo our Community's reaction to and understanding of Arab-Israel relationships, and the actions taken at the IN I was not familiar with the meeting called by the Federation of Miami leaders, at which Israel's Consul Dover discussed the ArabIsrael refugee problem. I would like to advise you that the American Zionist Council of South Florida has an ongoing program of public education in connection with Arab-Israel relationships. This organization, consisting of representatives of all Zionist groups, tries to follow closely local and national events of particular interest in this sphere. We attempt to combat remarks .if Mr Batal. who has been active in other areas than South Florida I i recent months, and generally present a positive viewpoint to local community organizations. We have iffered speakers to local service irganizations to discuss the ArabIsrael relationships. For example, ha\e accepted an invitation to ad ress a Rotary Club in Palm ('.each in a couple of weeks, as a follow-up to a presentation made by Mr. Batal The American Zionist Council is prepared to continue its program of meeting these problems as they arise, which we do constantly as part of our responsibility BURNETT ROTH, President American Zionist Council of South Florida EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Leo Mindlin's last two columns point up sharply the dilemma i which has confronted those of us who have seen in the Zionist Council of South Florida the only instrument which can hope to combat Arab propaganda on the local and state level. Composed as it is of representatives of all Zionist bodies — ZOA. Hadassah, Labor Zionist. Pioneer Wonten. Mizrachi— with a pitiful scarcity of Influential manpower and financial resources, the Council makes a valiant effort to do a public relations job on behalf of Israel. We have followed up the wellheeled and ubiquitous Ratal. Actually, speakers placed by us, like bloodhounds on the trail, have appeared all over the S'ate of Florida, at service clubs and power structure organizations' meetings, where Batal had previously ap.icare I ,Vtry to strengthen ties ith Christian friends of Israel. journalists, ministers, of various churches. We provide outstanding and provocative speakers to university groups, knowing as we do how strong Arab propaganda is on the campus. All this we do with the anonymity and lack of "glamor" publicity requisite in an effective, quasi cloak-and-dagger operation. However, this very anonymity makes our work all the more difficult in so far as obtaining allout community support. Bonds for Israel, the Combined Jewish Appeal, the multiplicity of community endeavors which by their very nature can touch the heart, loosen the tear ducts, and open checkbooks, naturally tend to overshadow the work of an organization which makes intellectual demands upon its supporters and, in turn, gives only the gratification to be found in wrestling with a subtle and insidious foe, rather than the comforting blaze of personal aggrandizement. We. of the Zionis* Council, also look back on thai meeting in 1956. which .Mr. Mindlin mention-, and wish that it were possible to enlist such interest now. when crises and drama have given way to the less exciting day-by-day taskwe see as ur responsibility. How desperately we need the best mindthe strongest energies, and the influential name-; of our Jewish leader?! Aside from thp Mldrril Anti Defamation League office, which hds given us invaluable assistance, interpreting as it doeArab propaganda as not merely anti-Israel but anti-Semitic as well, our basic support remainthe small, hard-core group of Zionist-, who never wat IT from the philosophical con; • it that, Ren-Gurion notwithstanding, American Jewish friendship for Israel, grand and necessary as is, ianno: substitute for traditional Zionist commitment. We can meet the challenge of Arab propaganda, but our -ask would be easier and our accoi lishments greater if we had m re general support and understanding, DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK Vice President, Zionist Council of South Florida M SI CASTRO NO It's Only Dr. Herzl, Mam It happened in Coral Gables. A woman was standing in front of a large restaurant on Miracle Mile. In her hand, she held a tradfional blue-andwhite box of the Jewish National Fund. Pointing to the revered portrait of Dr. Theodor Herzl on the box. she urged passersby to drop in a few coins in behalf of J.\F projects in Israel. An outraged Gables shopper stopped, and beuan animately to complain in an excited stream of Spanish. All the JNF volunteer could understand was "Castro." Mr.-. Samuel Fletcher, manager of Minn's Maternity Shop on Miracle Mile, hearing the fracas from her doorway, came to the Cuban lady's side. No. she explained, the bearded gentleman on the box was not Fidel Castro but Dr. Theodor Herzl. father of the modern Jewish nation called Israel. The lady, blushing heavily, mumbled some words of apology, reached for a few coins in her bag. and deposited them in the JNF box. 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'age 6-A l enl> Mr feel for won kthisman who might have been a remark ble writer n Ins i .-:• %  ror power beyond words had not turned him into remarkable national leadi In this last press %  inference Nehru seemed mosl concerned aboul ie eh..rue thai he hid betravea Gandhi's principles in taking Goa bj iree. Thi~ iundei I. ndable For me the striking rem rk ol the conference was Nehru's comment ii h<> worli opinion I'ned up •ri hiGoa adventure, Tin Western na,.in~ deplored it, the Vsian-Afncan nations cheered H Then come the racial sentences "I do not like this division <>t opinion—to put il ver> rudely, white and black li i,. bad sign, but there it is l have been %  stressed by this morf than anything It was a delicate theme, hut V hru has a talent tor exposing the bare erve-end To h-> sure 'he Russians and their East European satellites heered the <'• % %  .< move 'MM it hanow become almost standard procedure ir Africans and Asians to forget that the Russians are white. But the icl remains 'hut what Imost al 1 the older UN member-states regarded s a charter violation the newe* 1 Afro-Asian .dates hailed as a victor) a anti-colonialism—and therefore justilicd on every ground. I a.reminded ol the scene in .if .in Genet's "The Blackwhere luropa and Anna hoM a verbal tourney, with 'he argument earned n in highflown verbal terms, but with all the hate and terror showing iruui.li -•: %  -'7-Y>I SHOULD LIKE to believe that Nehru was addressing his warning i the Alro-Asian states, hut il he was chiding anyone. I i^uess it was lurope and America. It was really a warning to the whites to underland how close 'he w ••ol liberation" are to the colored nations, and i.refeie !o -top opposing them in any waj even if they seem to run foul oi the IN Charter The Cioa incident haserved to sharpen our undersiandini: ol the ature ol the en-ithrough wlmh the IN is now passing. Two wires ave '."' crossed One Is the peace wire, the other the colonial liberation ire Each ieh..I'ei 1 with great emotional energy. The newer IN lembers who outnumber the original, have not been loath to make -e nt iheir numerical superiorit> The other day I heard a l'\ dele-.. on heai ,. "mob rull ." There is a new passion rampant i the I'N to chalk | I i mrjorities for anti-colonial resolutions which. I.an-'i r iheir mi rits have little bearing on the peace ol the world. \.. n-sult. the confidence in 'he l \ habeen badlj shaken, and ot in in th< i S Thi State Depi will havi to pursue a hard sell it mi ..•• \. ., % %  mi ej from Congn -to purchase halt the new i'\ bond ,•.. %  • v the sad fact is thai tin confidence in the IN habeen haken bj the very nations—the sn newer or.for which a a -tin!'; against ri I p and which would thi -eiii it were to die II timi i -...'.. Ihi rial vcr> distinctly, that thej ha^ nm. hwords o! anti-col and that the effort %  r.'i^ i r: :':. i \ inti nfymg thi aggressive nature ol is boui l< roy the UN and peace togei her. WHAT MAKES THE wholi business worse is the color ques hit h \i hru has tor the firs! lime laid hare We must face the fact that hile the Vfro \ %  • ers ise the slogans ol anti-colonialism, much f their h stilit> is in fi I no' i anti-colonial but anti-white We must : <> faci the I n the ca< of the older nations, much of the conern about peace and about charter violations conceals, even it unm.-i iousl). .. fe. r and rMslike of the blacks It reduce the whole enterprise of world peace nd ol collective worlr 1 action into a kind of -km game, where nations ne up not on principl" nor even on national interest but on the basis i ,-k.i lor Nehru must be thanked for making this clearer than it i; : musi add that the Goa adventure did much to make the skin ame a dizzii i angerous affair HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER? 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Friday, January 12, 1962 *Jenisf fkraciinr Page 7-A Irvine Specr presents a trophy to Michael Gewitz on the youngster's winninq the recent Optimist oratorical contest. Pabbi Alexander Gross, principal, looks on. Michael spoke in behall ol the student body at the 14th annual banquet of the Hebrew Academy recently in the Fontaineblecu hotel. Israel Philharmonic Marks 25th Year of Organization | AVIV JTAI A bnl : poi toi mance i Beethoven's ~v mphi n> u ith the choi al u.ri sung in I'nulish insU ad tandard German—marked •i • h iversarj cl the foundol the Israel Philharmonic Or< In ;r.i this week, i jubilee concert was held im the auspices and in the pn • • .. ol President Izhak Ben-Zvi im I Ministers', the entire diploc corps ;mm tli l 'ruled States .mil Britain at;> i ed the concert %  years since the orchestra rounded by the late Bronislau lluberman, it hat become one oi t i!ambassadors in lours to parts : the world. The Tel Am Municipality announced that • uare fa< ing the Mann Audi' %  um, the home oi the orchestra, : amed < 'rchestra Square The performance of the Ninth .'.' "ohony was preceded by some confus : on as *o the language to IM used in the choral portions of *re last movement. The orches1 i public board asked guest conductor Josef Krips, musical i ofthe Buffalo Symphony, FOR FLORIDA VOYAGER Congress Inn / %  i i< ii %  • % %  i fertainment, in ing i %  .. Resta i | ; es. I rds hoi ''d. 12350 BISCAYNE BLVD. (U.S. 1) MIAMI 6 V5 U~*\ FREE! WHM fo. M..cU 0"d •* TRAVa GUIOE |;,Hr 8 RM ictcll l.om coMl 10 cooil, if'lpC tad ond opprcved by Congr.ll of Molot Holtl. Noted Zionists Endow SHERATON Tarbuth With Mi/lion IIOTEI? CONFIRM BOTH ret to perform in the original German of Schiller's "Ode to Joy," which is incorporated in the final movement. The board Cited the mocd of Israelis created by the lengthy trial of Gestapo Co!. Adolf E ; chmann for brutalities an; murders of European Jewry. The board recommended Ii< brew, lo which the guest conductor consented However, the Viennese soprano, Wilm.i Lipp. canceled her appearance as guest soloist berauseo1 th..i decision. H was then decided to perform the choral portion in English when it was found too difficult to find soloists who could sing in Hebrew American and British singers were signed and IVI .i beautiful performance, i cording to the critics The or chest the soloists received landing ovation and i ar-shatterapplause .it the close 11 the mi i %  • The concert marki d I hi 25th an%  sarj i i the firsl p. rformance .i ihi i >r In itra. President Kenni ily i d on • ilations to I hi on %  ... c-n its h annh 11 sarj. Continued from Page 1 A lish new ones in which a Hebrew atmosphere will prevail panim will b* conduct) d. .'!. To publish or encourage the publication ol books and periodicals especiall) for children and youth, bu: ah toi adults pi >ses>111^ sonn oi Hebrew, •i. To cooperate with other agencies in a :jstained effort to bring about a better climate of opinion through et'-catioh among parents and community leaders in favor of Hebrew studies generally, and particularly in favor f assigning a more prominent place to the Hebrew language and literature in all Jewish schools. Dr Neumann pointed out that "there is in this city, the well known institution, the Herzliah Hebrew Teachers' Institute, with a proud record of 40 years of notable achievement to its credit." He lurther said that "there is reason to hope that Herzliah will meet all i.< cessary requirements and conditions. Including those deemed essential by the donors, and develop into a duly accredited college under the laws of the State ol New York Or. Neumann aiso announced that the Tarhuth Foundation will ii governed by a board of directors now in formation, lie revealed that in addition to both Goodmans and himself, the hoard will include Trot. Abraham Halkin, New York; Prof. Mordecai N Kaplan. New York; Philip Lown, Boston; Louis K. Levinthal. Philadelphia; David Morgenstem. New York; Simon H Rlfkind. New York: William S.1I7 man, New York; and Ralph Wechsler, Newark. N J Abba Eban, tornur l-rael Ambassador to the tinted States, and now Israel Minister of Education, is honorary chairman. Abraham Goodman, now treasurer of the Jewish Agency, has been active in the Zionist movement and in the furtherance of Hebrew education since boyhood. For many years he served as treasurer and national vice president oMhe ZOA and plays, a leadirg role in eHcrt* for the United Jwish Appeal and Israel Bonds and in the promotion of private investments in Israel. G001 man saw -, % %  ., u r of tin Jewish Li %  -, n tt\ 1 durii :. World War I N u treasurer oi the ZOAj in plays .1 I pj ri n I 1 hall ol Isi... and the pcopli Kwitney Speaks At Luncheon Miami Beach attorney Paul Kwitnej addressed the Luncheon Club I lu Miami Beach Zionist DiStr.ct on Wednesday r.oon at the Ritz Plaza hotel. Kwitney is president-elect ol the district and past chairman ol the Zionist Youth Commission. He has d I < ( i i on study lours to Israel. Russia, and other European countries. Program Wednesday also included a current events presentation by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Chan men were Jacob C. Fishman and Joseph Malck IT'S DONE VIA RESEM1R0N SHEIUTONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPliTEK! Just call PLaza 1-0961. 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Pcqe 8-A + 3fi*tfkrMiTir Friday. January 12. 1962 NEW H %  i L i m CHAIRMW P.wm WCHT &vnnilHCfS Tur /iPrO,*'7MP'7 OF THESE DISTWGWSHED BUSINESSMEN .:--, i. Rub-n Stewart Sunness A'ex SJinc-idman Herman Rubin Joseph 3rooks Mai Marshall Samuel Rappaport Morris RaLinow HOWARD KANE W^^^T*?* Chairman CJA Campaign '(CiV-Committee : LANTHt Z-' % %  CV D*D KNJAM %  % %  • co:vr= Pfti Of ftDEOA•. ropvF= -A CMAUN •A AS *c T iv£ ruse B*iSE5 res '*1 •<• i '.A -CS^I'AL ANC % 0 .•• Leading Miami Merchants R?Jiy to Combined Appeal Jewish Welfare Causes Greater M oul standing .i J .*:-h App< al %  • i K as :.;,: antile ( bairman • Machl announced the apinl ment cf .• -• ri< i ; %  ling like a rosti Who's Who Among Miami Merchants." the Mercantile Division n sidi i 11 with the new appointments N'amed by Macht < re. arel Manufacturers Group irmen: Alex Schneidman, Te I Rubel, Straw • Inc : Mai Mar-hall. Ol Mai '.all. Inc. lirtai! Apparel Group co-chairmen: Joseph Brink-, merchandise manager of Burdine's: Sam • por". merchandise manof Kichard.s; William S. Ru!>:.. \nt prc-ident and general merchandise manager oi Jordan -h • and Appliance Croup Ci chairmen: Theodore J I CJA PHILANTHROPIC PORTRAIT Hibernian's Life of Doing Good The s-eat victories of li'e are ofteres* wen in a quiet way, and not with alarms and tru ->.. ..e Benjamin Cardczo. 1515. %  behind tl an has help build %  A li i irter '>f Fe I"H and itCombined Jewish al, Liberman is a founder ;• Sinai Hospital He also ^Q A %  1 ^^k ^^ Vf^l *Si „ MARCIE LIBERMAN b 1 Ji :. Beth Sholom, I and ih,' i .. ., %  Sol content 'ii Inphilan•hrO| in has %  • % %  with un i i n h .is %  %  A 1 %  F New York Cit; i i man has been a i. : Mii h for more th;> years lie was a vici president and director of Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach lor • jrs. \ %  '. i %  irli %  %  % %  -' % %  : %  H %  stein. Custom Craft Parry Indus: u ln< A -i Alexander, Kent Furniture. Inc A Irving Wit*, Emer.-on Radio ol Florida Jewelry Group co-chairmen Da .d Balogh, David Balogh, Inc ; Rabin'owitz, Miami Diamond Center; Herman Rubin, Maynar Page, Inc Mian i Bi a< h %  :• rchants Gi Ed Grei nb r %  • i a %  :i. slack ; S ii n M ir Pix Shoes Co.; Al : Alluri S n L Su m< •-. P \ I meetings ol i %  i %  II un Hie v • ek Million Jews Entered n 1.000.000 ns of diffei enl lai i I ave poured into This iabout the same er a the total population of Da I %  inty. Combined Jewish Appeal Chairman Cal Kovens (left! confers with Sam Blank at Pa-esetters dinner in the Dip lomat hotel. Below, Josepl Meyerhcff, national chairmar of the United Jewish Appeal chats with Miamian Emil Mor Ion at Pacesetters dinner. k



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Friday, January 12, 1962 ''•Jems/: ncrSdlian Page 9-A KIZONS & <** 9 2 %  %  i %  • • i %  in foi I ii hi r %  mpa • • to a r start," *£3 i %  • • un< IJVIS i ther a holing '.1 • • %  % %  • %  %  .... y | ral • %  %  i prcciii 1932 I %  I, n : e &j rl %  fast, ai i en mountroughput thi t has ;icn dit..• to kei p pace %  %  our people e needs and thai partici] ate and • %  • Gifts some : and thai ..ll : %  htr %  ..%  cai ipaign, %  %  %  :. I CAM"VT' P^AT'G-ST; EycouRf;-:^p Outstanding leade: %  Are Coming Forward To Share CJA's Helm Top leaders confer ai Pacesetters dinner. Left to right are Rabbi Herbert Friedman, executive director of the United Jewish Appeal; Pacesetter chairman Sam Friedland; and Max Orovitz. 1 ... • Greater Miami's 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign continued to reach "New Horizons" ol leadership during the week with a new series of appointments to important posts bj Campaign Chairman Cal Kov< The "outstanding and enthusiastic response" from those api roa< hed to accept leadership posts was lauded by Kovens •It mosl encouraging," Kovens said. "The people w< ask are coming happily into the campaign llmosl everyone we talk to just wants to know whal they can do to help \. appointments include Irving Berlin and Jack Popick, coy c ..ig^ni WfcWI*^rA8r* a AS! Out Push Planned Here The General Solicitation Division ol the Combined Jewish Appeal has been marshalling its eek for an all out rtrivi ui ler the chairmanship of N Helli 11,11, r has been meeting with i. two immediate subordinates, Mrs Charles Feinberg, ol the W'omi %  r 1 A Budd : the Men s i pmmittee, to formulate campaign plans. %  lliiweek was Agencj Week, with representativi ol the various agem ies of Ihe Greater Miation launching ., it : | nc campaign to recruit workers. %  •We're getting m ll underway," Hell< '• said. "We're getting an lien) response, and I want to call now upon all agencies to plan on taking .< mosl active part ... ili air inc. n ol the Cleaners and Laundries Group; David Fleeman and Max Goldstein, co-chairmen of the Construction Division; Joseph Cohen and Hen Silver, co chairmen of the Food Group. Frank Mark-, Lloyd Ruskin and •Mel Frumkes, vice chairmen of Ihe Lawyers Group; Nat Cynnanmii. Sid Falk and Barney Landers, vice chairmen of Ihe Buildin u Supplies Group; Lawrence C. Porter, .lames L. Mack, and Richard B. Stone, vice chairmen ol the Attorneys Group; Kobcrt S. Hurwitz, vice chairman of ihe Advertising Group; Dr. Henry Lubow, vice chairman of the Physicians Croup: Melvin Burton and Howard N Miller, co-chairmen ol ihe Accountants Group; Milton Balsam, chairman of Printing Group 150; and Aaron Karr. chair man ol Ihe Miscellaneous Services Group The biggest individual increase over his previous year's contribution was made at the Pacesetters dinner by Leonard Rosen (left) shown talking with Joseph Meyerhoff, national chairman of the United Jewish Appeal. CJA Pacesetters (left to right) are Carl Weinkle, Diplomat hotel to pledge nearly $400,000 to Sam C. tevenson, Joseph Sacks, A. J. Molasky, the 1962 New Horizons campaign. Ben Blum, and A. J. Harris. They met at the



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Page 10-A Jtofef fkrkt&n Friday, Jcnua;\ 12, Mcyor Robert King High wields shears on ribbon of orange bjossoms to officially open Flagler Federal's new marble and bronze, six-story main office at 101 NE 1st ave. Lending a hcnd (from left* are Paul H. Marks, president cf the savings and loan association; Metro Commission Vice Chairman Alex Gordon; Ira Dixon, Washington. D.C., of the Home Loan Bank Board; and Alired B. Parker, architect. The SI.000.000 edifice is the harbinger of the "new look" for downtown Miami. Btalik Officers To be Installed Blalik Brancb ol Farbann Dickstein, financial secretary: Phiiip Kr.uis. treasurer. Installing officer will be Ben : Minenberg. Named cultural directors were Beryl Morrison and Dr. Isaac Unterman, Cultural portun of the meeting will include a lecture by Irving L'ftm.in on "Jewish Education." 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His party has reserved its right to support a move for cancellation of the military government if and when the subject comes before the Knesset for debate. Sources close to Israel's security problems insist that such control iessential in Arab population concentrations near the borders. A number ol political leaderhavi however, taken the position that alter 13 years oi statehood, Israel can abolish such controls which they contend places Arabin an inferior position in respect to civil i ights. Singer Will Co-Chair Dinner William Sin. er 1'..bei n %  .< % %  a general co-chairman oi the Feb 7 iund ; aising dinni r at tl i I taini b'eau aid leukemia stricken American children Serving with Singer will he representatives ol the Catholic and Protestant religious faiths, William McDoi .i d ai d form< r state Sen K. B. "Bunn" Gautier, re spec lively. The fund-raising drive is a project ol Aiding Leukemia-Stricken American Children, which sponsored the construction ol newlyopened St Jude's Hospital in Memphis, l enn. All proceeds from th S50-a-plate FontaineDleau dinner, and a "Ti \ [i rs March Against I %  ukemia" to b< held thi ou (hi 11 1 ladi i ountj on Feb II, will go I sup| the non-sectarian facili Other prominent South Florid serving on the general com-• Max Urovitz and attorm 5 William Pal• Mi-hop t'r leman 1 Can oil has b< 1 n named honorarj chairman ol the Feb 7 fund-raising event, Israel Expert Found Guilty Continued from Page 1-A tried, The three counts on which he was found guilty alleged that in collected and passed secret information to a foreign agent between August, 1957 and October, 1958 The court found him not guilty ol t h e first ol the fo ir counts which alleged that he had ;•!-• passed secret information lo 1 1 Communist bl 1 agenl ; r to December, 1956 District Court Judge K. --> n, who presided at the trial, n ad in court only the one paragraph m the judgment, declaring Cohen guilty on three counts The remainder of the judgment was read in secret. 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1 January 12. 1962 %  Jenisl> fkrirf, tr Page 11-A Red Anti-Semitism Worries U.S. y a plaque to Milton Weiner (left), outgoing presi.'ireater Miami Jewish Cemetery Assn., is Oscar jort newly-elected president for the 1961-62 term. ation was made at the recent annual banquet and inof officers at the Sterling hotel. Rabbi Solomon | .^stalled Leo Meyer, first vice president; Gus ierond vice president; Nathan Ginsburg, secretary; Chabner, treasurer. Delegates serving on the Morris Frank. Morris Krevat. Abraham Pepper. Berkowitz, Morton Beigel, Robeit Schweitzer, George r.imuel Kostoff, Hyman P. Galbut. and Mrs. Samuel lath Israel Double Event l-rael Hebrew Institute fthe congregation's tenth v .i' .i celebration Sunp m. • .nil feature the dedii Torah scrolls pro Vuudath Israel by Mr ? nuel Vlolbegat and %  %  Phillip Y.isser 'ion will open with • cort procession from s ;at home, 7915 Bryon B Yasser home, 505 75th there, the procession will move to the Agudath Israel at 7801 Carlyle ave. A band of music will play traditional tunes as open cars carry the two scrolls under a canopy. H;ib!)i Isaac Ever, spiritual leader nf Aguda'h l.-rael, ill he masler "i ceremonies .it Ihe program. Cantor Abraham Seif, <>t Kneseth Israel Congregation, will offer a program ol vocal selections Vice Mayor ol Mian i H e .i c h Malvin Englandrr w ill extend n i tings in behall ol the i Continued from Page 1-A ly informed in this respect and they will seek, as they have in the past, an appropriate occasion to direct attention to the violation of human rights in the Communist-controlled areas in the hope of bringing relief to people who are unjustlj treated." In terms of specific actions, Dutton pointed out that the UN Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities conducted a study— with U.S. backing and over Soviet objections—which will be considered by the UN Human Rights Commission in March. Dutton expressed the belief "that the discussion of this issue by the Subcommittee may have had at least some effect on reducing anti-Semitic propaganda in the Soviet Union." The State Depart merit letter was in reply to queries by Sen Keating concerning reports of evidence ol anti-Semitism in several black market trials and synagogue closings in Russia. The Department -.ml that it would have to hold up an official position on these specific issues, pending confirmations of the reports. ""It is not clear from available information whether police action against various individual .lews has its basis in antiSemitism >r whether this arises from the intensified campaign of the Soviet authorities to stamp out black marketeering and various forms of speculation. Dutton'letter -aid. On the synagogue closings, he said thai although the Department ha< not been able In confirm" the reports, it is known that "the Soviet Government continues to endorse anti-reli.uious propaganda directed against religion generally." In another letter from an administration official made public here by Sen. Keating, I' S. Information Agency Director Edward I!. Marrow informed him that the Voice of America broadcasts to Europe, the Middle East and Africa have earned reports during the last several monthol "persecutionol Jews and -oppression of Jewish institutions in the Soviet Union." Morrow said USIA has also prepared a background report on the situation lor distribution among tin. foreign press "You may be assured that we will continue to do our part to keep the world informed of these and similar Communist violations of human rights," Murrow wrote. Old Milwaukee HENRY E. MANGELS CO. 3550 N.W. 58th ST. 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hc.av Page 12-A 9"Jten#n-oridHar Friday, January 12 Teachers' Sessions Slated for Month Seminar and workshop for prcschool teachers will bourn on Jan. 17 and continue for four weekly sessions through Feb. 7. The uork.• %  hop is sponsored by the Bureau of ji'wih Edttcatioir and tlie Jewish Congregational Pre School Teachers Assn. ol Greater Miami. On Jan. 17. a Problem Clinic will be hold for pro-school teachers al the Bureau of Jewish Education building at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jeanctte Schwartz, of the Dado County Child Guidance Clinic, will direct the session. Problems concerning development of the preschool child will be analyzed and evaluated On Jan. 24. a workshop will bo held in dance and rhythm lor preschool. This session i> scheduled lor Temple Menorah. Teachers will learn simple dances and rhythm to present to their children in the nursery and kindergarten. On Jan. 31. the workshop will again bo held at the Bureau of Jewish Education building Al Hurwitz. dramatic and art instructor in public schools and Temple Israel, will conduct a special workshop on arts and crafts for preschool. Preschool teachers will bo expected to participate in the making of simple art objects <>n Feb. 7, at Temple Menorah. the pre-school group will meet to study music and song. .Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. music instructor at the Hebrew Academy. will direct this session in simple ,-nngs for presentation to pre SCh K>1 btudents. Seminar and workshop sessions are sponsored as part of the annual in-service training tor pre-school teachers Arrangements are under the direction of Louis Schwartzman, executive director of the Bureau, and Naomi Brandeis, president Of the Pre-School Teachers Assn. of Greater Miami. Folk School Plans Celebration Conii: motion class of Beth Toiah Congregation visits a kosher meat market. Donald Mendelson shows the students a chicken being prepared according to the laws of kashruth. Looking on are Kenneth Roland. Cc'.hv Sandier. Barbara Halbrich, and Martin Rudrrck. The visit was part of the class unit on dietary laws. Mesivta Planning Scholarship Fete Third annual celebration of the David Pinski Folk School will be held Sunday evening at the Seville hotel Program Will include a presentation of Hebrew a n d Yiddish son Irs and recitations by studonts of the school World-renowned actor Michael Gibson, formerly of the Yiddish Art Theatre, will be featured porformer. There will also be community singing under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen. The Pinski Folk School, now in its third year, recently moved inNight at Jai-Alai Kmma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith is planning a night at the Miami Jai-Alai Fronton on Tuesday a: 8 p.m. Mrs. D. Lapin is in iharge of reserved seats. to new quarters at 846 Wasl J ave. Rabbi Labovitz on TV Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual leader of Temple N'er Tamid, will be hosl on The Still Small Voice" tins Sunday, to a.m.. over WCKT ch 7 Rabbi Labovitz "ill discuss Judgment at Nuremberg" on the program which is sponsored weeklj by the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Inmost & Old.U Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wholesale & Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVLUIfS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 The Mesivta Senior Men School oi Lireaier Miami will hold its first dinner Sundaj evening. Jan. 22. at the Lombardy hotel The Mesivta, which is an extensive Hebrew and general studies program, was oramze,l in September. i%o. and now consists of 10th and llth grad< According *o Alexander Moscovits, chairman of the event, the rabbis ol the communit} and the leading layman cl the area Hill attend this first dinner "The proceeds of the r!inn< r v ill be used ; c n er th < defi< i of the High School incuri < d IM cause <>i he man} scholarships being grant%  I i" stu li nts." Samuel Reinhard and Hyman Galbut, co-chairmen, said. The High School offers, a complete Hebrew and English curriculum ana prov : c"es daily meals and dormitory facilities to both local and out-of-state students. Louis Merwitier, noted philanthropist, is honorary chairman. 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:.ay. January 12, 1962 FROM THE TAIMUD !i lor Teaching Baha Batra. 1 la. It there are more %  %  -. %  ,hildren in c .:..••. imiruction, un t>pointed. |"jj -f arc fi/tj cniUreti m a Competent rnttWCtOTl large." Piroi -v"" ','A, 'chcr ufc<^ .. than '.: % %  'flli'U-insrriii%  -: ,:..":>>cl T/ir cilifr II bevetnr more diligent %  • %  dismissal, and .. .: ide. hr dPfoimrd i given re %  %  %  %  : '{ .*• L-i.'iiiCrs.>/iol : ? n n { § ri in V'Jfwisfi Ffrriciji^r) Page 13-A Sn OL lQ ea ( m Of Jtt> tanti s rve //a(om ^w IT e Art of Being a Jew Tells Us of the Art of Reading I ;: %  ;; ~ni *T*la :•;r.zr ,yrs -inna-r; L. _-.•-, n fj27p DHOt^l h:r -;-in c*;?Vij?n JV'-Q L --~p-s in*? rninn k": n nsr nirnn *n T :T T : rnxa n?" -a? rnaxn lr ,n?i;n mixa 1 ? v*? 1 ?? In;-ntft ynln^ vnin inn rn#j?o in rVx in h sin HX? ^xnir'a i> [-•:..]orn inixn ntixa \? i ra riDiaTtwi aiso .1 T T : : • : T : • ha "3 moan 'D 1 ?:? T T %  : v nar p .t2'3?3 nxsr r""2 nV?#a ji-x -in 1 ? b :--:D— ra"? jrx ina inrfnnnossriri^S .n 1 ? T T nanio^aKfareDj? ~:-^ JT^S *a"3 T t %  -; ~:i ^?i niaan. X~-~ moi imam n-'ra t : %  ; %  : .— ;v n*13 rxxira) %  I • I T %  INSMT/ON ACUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle ivt Orthodox. RabDi Isaac ever. I i..u> .• %  |i in fsi .1 ib) i Si i!!.n "Law ;> l-~ i. • 3ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ivr C II scrva'ive. Rab'>i r>orir.an N. Shapiro, itsi w Ilium v. L n. on. • 15 p in Sen A X • w \ • Sa i %  <>l M ui.I • .,: Bl • • •| • By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ Temple Menorah The an of being a Jew requires the acquisition of mam and diverse skills. Through the years, we have developed the ;.r; ot living under crisis: the art of a three" %  ns ; • %  %  i sense ol ; • •' and future; the art f crc • %  %  %  .: so< Ky of culture I | u.il sell witl : II. thi • he • lelli %  % %  Yode'a Sel Gcncrall) who is ui ,ed ii the lit< ra | <.f hipeople, as well ..i m who is high!) i ated. Literally, however, the xpn ssion means a person •.* ho knows a ook Since his emancipation, the Jew has gradually weakened, or entirely lost, some of the skills and the arts which enabled him to surVive. Surely the art 6! reading |.< rapidly becoming a lost art even to -•tne .lew it is tn-c tha* th.' loss of this art is not unique to us but is one SETH RAPMAEL 139 NW 3r *•" shared with the American community at large Noneheless we have ., h T' JM II?? Sacer p Mu r reason to believe that i.our case the loss of the art of reading is greater in proportion and in deg't-e. BETH TFILAH. 035 Eid.d av. pr. •^ e r v i c e s _/ ft i s LL'e c h e n d Information to be included in he Religious Services column must be in the News Room cf The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after-that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. GEMS OF WISDOM %  V %  %  • %  • %  %  %  %  u RABBI MAYO ABRAMOWITZ DETH 5RAEL. 40CC Pt.i %  av C1'cueRapti M. LOun rtottman. • BE T H JACOB SOL311 Waihinrton .-.vc. CrtHidox. R.!'bi Tibor Sttrn Cantor Mauriea iv.aments. %  m >.i ii tlH\ n KIII ui w i u ..;..-•' • and :.fi \ me Icn K.nuri i '.. h or ten liff V S|RA \-lll K H AR I'icd i • H LI 1 '. ;'i'l. Mi 1.1 Kill world t ould U Ould marry buii 1 MIDRASH I I llll.LIM • • ~ %  < ij.rv has nxty toothaches phi •: > % %  :..> ';> his lips. rAI MUD J 111 ;.:•.•(linn but such .. anybody any u.\ iin one VARN HAGEN Thi • iher's luc^ U lion EN STEIN, It is the rare home in which one can find books on Jewish history ,hoflcx Rabbi Jo i ,eph F Rack0 k >' rh W ..HinPa il .w! r J ts' iS 5 Phil,,;,, ,n V Th -' C'osesl we come to a Jew: BETH TORAH. ,64h ,t. ane NE 11th isn reading public is the fiction best-seller, whose hero or heroine is a,e Conservative. R a0 bi Max L. P Jewish. The outstanding successes' ol Iris' "Exodus" and Wlila 18"" Rf"**" Cantor Bei, 2l0n Kiraehan are a phenomenon which is most encouraging, though not entirely underKn.ta7":.:i3 and s:o p.m. srmu.ii stood. There are it is quite true, the ever-present "dust collectors" '""" "•' l: "'""" ; "" ; u 1 "" always found in the library shelves of the Jewish home in the lorm of "£: ,uT>*"l !" '., H\ "XJ.W^ the Bar Mitzvah or wedding Bible I'-M The degree of Jewish, illiteracy reaches astounding heights. Not CORAL WAY TKWISH CENTER only have we lost the art of reading, but we have even lost the aware"A svTmh i?Miami"R^Iamness that there are books to be read %  "* Apm. cantor G?r?icn Levin. The "Jewish Book Month" project, the organizational book review.-, i!o" and other worthy promotions are feeble efforts at reviving 'he art of '' ,; '" Mnavoli reading. When the Jewish funily revives itesU and undertakes its tra' : Ml Mr "_ x J ; !i| an **"'• ditional role in the Character-building of the Jen. we will, undoubledlv DADE HEGHTS JEWISH CONGRETEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaso see a revival oi 'he an of reading. Until then, our educators and insth NW Leon Kronisn tutional leaders must accept :he challenge of teaching the Jew, both young and oid, th profound meaning of the term "Am Hasefer "" *"rd. '~r c ". -r oe *t. Conservative. R.ibbi Sr.rnjel Mendelowrtz. Ri.-i-ter. By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Why are the refreshments brooght -, to the synagogue when one has %  i %  Yahrjeit sometimes referred to Midmi by the name "Tikkun?" \ssn. The expression Tikkun"' implies the no;i> : e\ "relorm" (r "impro\ 1 n ent 'I he later Kabbalists led people to believe that the ,-oul. alter It leaves the body in death. mti>t undergo I -nine sort oi improvement or re s pair to render it wholesome and pure again as ii was given to man RAI : %  %  : Cool Coil butor MH I iCHIFP Gems oi Wisdom al birth serv^tive. Rabbi Harold Canter Emanuel Ujndcl. 1 :] • -. p, '• %  • .'..". H 1 Mltxs.ih Marti ..i M-%  %  ; i. I'alkln uiiJ : %  >:. 1 I'aikin, • — FLAGLER GRANADA. 5C MW f.1st pi. Conservative. Ritti Ger..i[! Lerer. Cantor George Gudberg. ai.d .-.:n l.x .I.. • • — IE CREW AC A DEM V. 9 8 6:n t. Or tnoaox. Rabbi Alexander Grosa. t HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson >t Con Ml • h II hi ( \v \i \ nl Ti lliiw — • — KXESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave Orthoitux. Rabbi Oavic. Lehrtield. Cantor Abraham Seif 1 %  • n ..-.-.. I'lifMl VVhii Hi .. I • .. Smtl • %  Ksiypl Canter David Conviser. • TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing. ten ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehman Cantor Hirsch Adler. • r Fv r-i E %  trtpi. 13' NE 19th St. Re'orm Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Sen on "Whai i< th : Ifi • %  i %  • ivi. n .in Etl ... .vlsh l.ii. %  • TEMPLE JUDEM. 320 Palermo ave. I iberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet. %  • loahua • .. ^ Shabbal low. — • — TE%'PLE MENOM>H, 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo.vitj Cantor Ecward Klein. %  • .i :n Si r\* A\ r. e TEMPLE \ER TAMID. 80th st. and '..turn Waterway. Modern T-adi. tic-.'! Rabbi E ogene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg n Freedom Evei aeaa." Satui '•.! %  %  Weekl) Poi lion. This behavior and thus become "another said to take place person" as it i> -ometimes colloquiMIAMI HEBREW CONGREGAT ON Mount Zion Mount is the p f Mount Zion, where P n • %  I'd in memory oi the 1 ] rtyrs slaughtered bv committee at,(l istrj ot Religious r the project of *" rtners: the parents 1; '' boy in the Diaspoa: '" 'he management of Bt Zion i this, and the latter him m 'ouch with an Israeli 1 Bar M.tzvah is at the Both children receive MHzvah certificates and greet•crolls from the Mount from r 'l"ig to tradition, all BM forth. The Mount '" has likewise initi'"'' dispatch of foundation es irom Mount Zion to Diaspora Igogues Every new svnagogue wected order-, a foundation %  rom Mount Zion, I Abraham, Sarai to Sarah, and Jacob F li|h purthermor* their frame! WOOD. 1351 S. H ave. Reform 1 "' festival DUarlmkte. \* brael "^ rabbi8 ta the Tal of existence is not quite clear. pvid.7 snsTm^'s.rmon -i. i.rae. s • mud deemed the change in name Intenratlng ih,. tna-atherinc?" Saturlas 10:44 :• m. TEMPLE S NAI OP NORTH MIAMI. 12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Bennc M. Wallach. I i ,. %  %  i''.-<> Sei mon "Are Refoin %  ui i'haiwidlani Comntlbli through (he wandering ol the soul ally said. A change ,n name can ""•£ JJ*^;. Tr.dlt.on.l. Can. T, RE R T .i? b ,8 N R .1 h 1 L T i 2 ^ m ~ n %! Charity, prayer and good deeds thus bring about a change in chari-..i -.,..,, Saturdaj a.n BHI performed by the heirs speeded aeter which can eventually result ;' ,".',,r.! ; ""' "' "' '' this process and helped the soul m a change in destiny. attain its required purification that • much sooner. Thus the refreshments which are donated when onehas Yahrzeit is tailed "Tikkun" '(repair or reform 1 since this repast is considered as a means of purifying the soul of the deceased tor Albert Clantz. • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Leo Hrim. %  -' %  'Hardening of tin Heart." Saturdaj 9 ..in SerMINYONAiRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Doe* Jewish religion believe in the S0UTHWEST CEN V„ M f sw th Wlih 0uc Yvung existence of demons and evil t conservative. Rabbi Maurice and With Our Old spirits? Klein. —• — -•— TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st. There are numerous Biblical and TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 102s Conservative. Rabbi Aitred waxTalmiMlin ic u-ll ns IfahhallXI.. NE 183rd t.. Mi-.m. Gardens rd. _"••" %  Cin or Jacob Goldfarb. Idlmudic aw.n as Kabbalistic Rabbl Max Zuck ,r. Cantor AbraI" •' % %  :30 p.m Sermon: I'. i. in.insourees to substantiate the fact that ham P-isman. ed I., nd. • •hip Saturday : %  ::(" a.m. •_ u_ ihere was some tvne of rei'-ird lor '' '* I P '" Sermon: "Tin >: i-al !: : M'tjyahi Sanford Alan, son ,.f Why is it customary to change the r t w s some lype oi regard lor, M ( gaturdaj 9s ... Sermon -All su •" 1,i %lr> si "" %  • Sokolow. name of an individual who is llu existence of demons and CtVli Toawthei Bsw Mluvah: Daniel i: • ._;,,II„ ;u9 spirits. Maimonides seemed toi_„ ._, _„ --•— critically illr TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall ', „.,.,., have been the exception, as he de-1 or So M „mi. Reform. Rabb, As far back as istory nH s h( ir ,. x ,. u nc ,. as a physical Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. it can be seen that the change in ,,„,,. y altogether. Even those who' ,. .^ d v n V" : ,!,„„„„ • %  1 rrlilaj v SO p.m. t-Hlurilnv ] :li ..in %  "' % %  • %  > %  -. n a[| egsent i a ] piir | 0 f the Jewish TEMPLE BETH "EL OF HOLLY-' YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Bar "om,,f ,u •" %  pKi'inagi-. 01 thousands of pilgrims as^ "tmt z,„n ln $ong !md me|0 fj all ol them receive a cerli"W flower from Mount Zion. Brit Ivnt Olamit) • lehuet ut fro* M Uati INIDI one of the main means by which the destiny, of a person could be altered. Some commentaries contend that this is" so becausi an individual may be pui ished for some i vil which he did. i hanging his name could impress him to changi his •. %  %  .." d< in .. • %  TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a r i i Mcrris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. aj ''"•!< in s. • m m "Flvi .'• ar. And Wh Sal %  TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of HollyCANDIEUGH7ING TIME 7 Shebot— 5:34 p.m. %  MUSI V/l I !%•— U V %  can SVIIVC rMum jrrjiKoo onMiicn. rxcu nuau 1 w. HJUI auovi



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Page 14-A vJenisti fttridtain Friday. January | I A Capital View By HAROLD EIDLIN Kennedy's Decision to Delay Housing Order Evokes Surprij Washington P RESIDENT KENNEDY'S decision to delaj l"is long-swatted executive order prohibiting racial is discrimination in federally assisted jsing has provoked here some surprise For some, ihe delay ma> -coin like an eternity. Ri ports here Indicate the order maj be put on for .is : as ai %  '< r year; Bui for n %  -t. Ihe decision nol to act came .it a •iino when il as Icasl expected Jusl how close the President vvai lo actually affixing his signature t<> Ihe historic pnd controvi rsial documenl maj be seen nl) one il.i> before the announce: ol Ihe White House delay, sources regarded BS highlj i ?liabh >\ ere rejoicing over the fact thai P order \ lo i signed and issued as .1 kind of New Year's picseni for Ihe nation What k< the President from picking up his Ow needn't probe very deeply, actually, to the n In a word, they're :ill political Kirsi at emosl he powerful Southern 1 %  1 • gress which has been fighting mad about ., riea ev< • since il was first suggested in 1959 by Federal Civil Rights Commission, and then re-,led • L'omraission's October 1961 report. ; Si 1 ners had implied all kinds oi threats against the Presideni and his programs il he had through with the order. For one thing, there •'., possibility—and a verj strong one—that tin jthei n< rs wi uld have refused, in spite, to go along \Ir Kenni I) forthcoming proposed lax reedier] care and tariff-cutting propoals, %  -..are on tenuous legislative grounds .• stands, Ihe President felt he couldn't risk thosi sorelj needed Southern votes Dm anorvmous legislative observer here put it this way "Issuance oi an anti-discrimination hous1 i'il have been like waving ;i rod flag in I th %  The White House just isn't in .1 posi• alienat< an) i" • ten then as the matter of personal relationThc Presideni iously aware that his elet lion j ear could possibly ave bur" re-rlecl spects for some Southern, : prii ci| an ng thesi an Rep Albi rl Rains Senator .I n S rkman—both of Alabama and rmei cspectively. of the House nd S< nati Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ It's Really Not Crazy *T S CRAZY, you say, thi dea il every• -. Hi rew there would I < orld peaci But didn't the Atom > Em rgy Comgel (hi id*.. for (ipi ration gshan from the Hebrew prophet? u ho spoke ol turning the %  v 01 d ml shai es. Thej would get more peace ideas it the) couia read Hebrew, for the Jew never has boon a %  >ing man. 1 was n bout a young Israeli soldier who was told • • ot at the enemy "But I might kill 1 hi obj41 %  To be sure in Israel, for self-protection, they have had t< forego 'heir ideas and their very nature We have cod no Napoleons, Caesars or Alexander the (Ireat In th First W->rld War. General Pershing had his various gi •. rals round him at some function, Each arose to nee bimsell Julius Rosenwald had been given the titli : .. lh< non-combative division Winn I • lime came, h arott and announced "General Mer 1 ndise.'' K ng Dai me fighting and lor that reason. God permit him. says the Tor ah, to build the Temple S !e>s wonhv than David was charged to build it il stead bectus< he had been a man of pt..,If \ou car. peak Hebrew, >ou have better things to do w th your time than go shooting. V'l it would be hard. 1 must admit, to teach all Americans the Hebrew je They know a few Hebrew words, Amen. Halelujah, Selah, but il is hard to get these int< a conversation. Perhaps h will suffice if we teach the world one Heirorrl What is the most important word? The most imp< rtant word is hello. With "hello."' you ran get 1 < %  All the rest, as Hillel naif V -. 1 1 mmertary But hello i> merely the acki men! < • preference It d be crossing brid 'huh had pot yet bet n reached, llerzl had. with the insight end self-consuming fervor oi genius, foi .-. el the mind and energy ol the Zionist movement on the attention ol the Zionist to such problemas the spiritual renaissance oi the Jewish people, the revival of *l>< Jewish language, the relationship between the state once established and the Jewish Communities o' 'In Diaspora, the place ol the Jewish religion in the hie of the Jewish people. The essential nature of Jewish ethics—though every thoughtful Zionist recognized their importance— was neverthe.. ss doomed to be an unfortunate diversion of energy from the main ta-ks. What Ahad Ha-Am was saying as admittedly very interesting and exceptional!) well said, but it was deemed in essence irrelevant to the pressing need of the hour This 1 rot to imply that Ahad Ha-Am was a c!oi-'ered philosopher He participated fully in the lrner circle-of leadership of the Chovevei Zionists of Russia He was in constant contact with Chaini Weizmann during the critical years preceding and lollo-.ving the issuance of the Ballour Declaration. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR • ,r Undoubtedly, it was a tough decisioi Kennedy to make—laced, as he was, wil ol political life on the one hand, and his < nsg strong 1 ampaign promise on the othi 1 Reportedly, there was a secondary n thi day, too Less pressing than the pi an alienated Southern Congressional blocfactor nevertheless— was the unresolved dl|h •1 ilie scope of the projected order \ ain, Presideni Kennedy found himsi | in an ideological squeeze between those IIIMM a sweeping order and those who reluctantly said wou'd go along with a limited ban again-1, id other minority group housing discrn Proponents ol .1 sweeping ruling argui 11 prii. t< mom > lent ing agencies 1 open for potential discriminator) %  |i at ii; rai.tee handling some 75 pen 1 ''! usin ans < urrently being made Si il e) said, would virtuallj m gati : thi Prcsidi nt's order But -poke-men for the house buildini rm the other hand, contended that such a • rdcr world produce dire results not onl\ in indusT) 'iselt. hut for the entire econom) 1, ii would allegedly discourag< financing ol m building To this argument replied the w !'i-; \Times Herald in an editorial u ouli liscovcr as some have already •. "',.: pci hoi -'iii; can be profitable." Off the Record By NATHAN Gravity of the Crisi %  TIME IN OUR space age • but not mercifully Yi in 1 ecent es the w : pbng A i th crisis after 1 ri* t'n Hi-cedint n< -Eea( h > 1. r e hop nni %  he world 1. t) to vision for survival, but jni I %  as il Ihe hand ol the eii rmined to crush our hoj ,Uh 1 rsi Thi liTt page is nm m 1961 1 Tgi back, for the) wen %  red There w 11 thi hoi 1; If then in* balm al all 11 re-ted men ion We iik n to think • %  .1 new year .1Ihe orei l\ better tale Howt ver, as the wi 1 pw year -t itoo sick for recounting an %  er-bh lime Yet •'. re ill bi new humming! anil suit and : %  "'"' %  we turn the pages ol the nev ye; al course w< are i ngi-lled by the angry wave thai ravit) "• oiir crisis is such thai w< between urvval or the undoing of creation Tn<< we rr.i:-t abidi by the faith that man will not God had rought, that tranquility will return k l current rradncss has passed its crescendo will come when the flood has abated. • SIGNS OF THE TIMES On December 3 1928, the American Jewish leader Louis Marshall wrote ol Yesbiva Collcgi nren absolutely opposed from 'ho very beginnn creation >t such 1 college, it 1destined lo >-tin to do met*" harm to the best Interests v On November 21, 1961. another An ish Committee president, Louis Caplan, wrote al Yeshiva University in it75-year hhrtor) 1 nri'htri the American Jewish religious and c It haplayed a significant role in achieving tht n which Juripism 1held in the I'nited StateMr Cap! rviews truly reflect the risini public acceptance of yeshivoth and their n •ion Ecumenical Council Stimulates Deep Interest! THE CALLING OF an Ecumenical Council by Pope John XXI11 this yeai in Vatican City has provoked deep I %  t among leaders ol major Jewish] anizations in this country There hue only 20 such Councils in the history • ihe Catholic Church, ihe lasl oni hav•>een held in 1869 The Ecumenical .il concernitself with matterat ••£ faith and practice of the Church, and Jewish leadbone *o be abl' to submit requests related lo i. -h-i'hri. tensions The) are especially encourIt) the facl that Pope John has vigorous!) denou anti Senitism and ordered the elimination ol anti-Jewish phra r cs fr.-m somi Catholii prayers some Jewi-h crgi havi already formu < tiors and submitted them to th>special secret) of the Ecumenical Council which preparing the 1 stion urgi tin .it:, nuation in atechism ol thi emphasis thai il was the .lews who crucified JPSU ^nether mggestion ui hing concerning Jews anil 1 \ pthi lie -< herin their eurnculni ol • lit Ji v :• a more positive lighl I %  1 .. the Council to Issue a dei 1 I pen tin ("Id and the New Tl -' ihet is a rei • si that Catholic pr. Jews 't changed in addition to those ain • er requests received so tar by the sctf for M d spelling ol misunderstanding ol ihe Icwish people irom Palestine, *M' if a liturgii 1 ceremony dedicated -aimThe la't proposal apparently came iron •1'iin :• -. :-,.''• lo Jews It is known thai rial to study the requests and ma) to recommend the admission oi tm* 1 server* ti thi -.--nnof the Council At pr< r< it rial • thi Com til would Hke to see a •' I '-lmittee formed "trul) repri the entin lew ish people both in Diaspora ana I" wh< m I wonld be willing I



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Ljav hnuary 12. 1962 •. #PH/% %  > 12 years' im0ris*n. The other two received ntercM of four years eacn, ,|y ;?:3use cf their a)e, the epor-. said. They *re oolh Lver "1. I'" Ills I A.. %  •: to the confirmatorj ne 12.1HW young ece orchestra from .; mservatory, g i ... rah last Oc : ..i son) s ami here be dt monsl ratioi • •. of the -! K ,. %  mi, .. ... ,. ions %  -;. • fronl f that %  mil il I of his %  tinued I ;:ous rights. : .it Deputii '"nil the rep< r • .. Embassj her ikesmai %  • i i ,; orums Scheduled it Oceanfront %  .Mi. •ach Chautauq la F ir A u r e d a talk on rheo w" veil by Bernard Sche< 1 ,wn;.,. the University n Mi W lay night at the i %  SK i litorium, 10th st. a :i J tfln u %  jram also featured • %  t h e life ot R wsevelt %  lb: {rams scheduled during It nclude; X ''' medical panel featuring or Beber, Dr. Irving Br and I)r J.\h:i H. W £ ... program de\oted to mu6 ting Miami Beach May OC -. oka as guest speaker; Ca< J> ib Bornstein. of Temple let..' presentation of son :-. and : Bresakin, conduc or dir Miami Beach Civic Orch< >nl cenl on science Lt. -2 1 Galbut. U.S Nava He a discussion ol an) ments ol Adm H m in Ri followed b\ a fi m %  Power ieligious Zionists •stall Officers i R %  m i. %  JKabbi lader o lallinv* lAlso boper %  eisi ramer lenchn: laskii !' Ian K but IV) I ttnal %  ph Krantz was ins-ailed >f the local chapter ot IU9 Zionists Of America ing Saturday ever. Israel Congregation David Lehrfieid. spiritual the congregation, was inifficer. -'ailed were Rev Solomon Dr M. J. Safra. and Philip vice presidents; Israel financial secretary'; Ely n, treasurer; and Sol %  rresponding secretary. ikers were Rabb: Na-I member of the ex ird, and Samuel • ir e president if %  ization ^ Oav,d Young Adults L Voui • • will | val i, Jl the > :;on's Sir Bjr/en Janner, MP, president of the Board, said he was "astonished" that the Leningrad Jewish leaders had apparently been accused of "consorting with foreign aqents," whatever "that meant." He expressed fears that the episode ws "sill another example of the discriminatory treed against Jews" in the Soviet Union. The New York Times reported that three .lews in Moscow were tried on similar charges and con viced and sentenced. The Mos cow trial was said to have taken place at the same time as the Leningrad trial The Times 58 d 'hat tuo of th" Moscow defend int.* were identified only by their surnames Roshal and Goldberg The third person was nol identified. Roshal was descr >ed as %  engineer who was arrested during Stalin anti-Jewish campaign in 1048 49 and :) havi served e ;hl years in a forced labor camp Ho was freed in 1955 mder a general amnesty fn Uielune trill, according to the Times he was conlemned t.> four %  •• trs of for id residence in ex : • ail the en I -)f a hree > ear in % %  i STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1961 ASSETS LIABILITIES Cash and U. S. Bonds $ 4,524,364.71 First Mortgage Loans 29.487,162.82 Loans on Savings Accounts 461,039.92 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ... 356,400.00 Land, Office Buildings and Equipment 1,116,155.22 Real Estate Owned 154,764.30 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 255,244.30 Total Assets $36,365,131.27 Savings Accounts $30,023.095 87 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 2,500,000.00 Loans in Process 859.692.48 Other Liabilities 494,648.08 General Reserves and Surplus 2.437,694 84 Total Liabilities $36,365,131.27 OFFICERS Morton Trilling Assistant ^ il f. 1'rt'Mtlrnt David Stuzin President S. F. Danels W. Bentley Glass Executive Vice President Assistant Vice President Charles MorUoff W. H. Merrill, Jr. Treasurer Assistant Secretary Kenneth R. Kinard Joseph O. Tubb Assistant Vice President Assistant Vice President John C. Yeats Assistant Treasurer DIRECTORS David Stuzin J. W. Barfietd President President, Barfield ( ititens Federal Savings Instrument Corporation S. F. Danels C. C. Coensparger Executive Vice President Consulting Civil Knuir.eeC < Ititens tedeml Savings Charles Hertzoff Leo J. Adeeb Partner, David Statin President, Leo \deeb & Company, Certified & Associates, Int. Public Accountants 41% Proposed Paid 4-Times Yearly CITIZENS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN AbbOCIATlON Of MIALtAH y,l Each account insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S. Govt. MAIN OFFICE: 400 Hialeah Drive &f PALM SPRINGS BRANCH: Red Road 4 W. 49th StT— I y



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Page IS-A +Jc*Ut fkrijur Friday, January 12. 1951 JDC Came to Aid of Many Jews During 1961 the students in the 13 17 age arfrom familfts from M ,. ., countries. NEW YORK . During the 1960-61 school 'ent on a^d from Jewish organiyear, three new Institution! were zatiuns. He said a large number added t.> the list of JDC subven %  A Tunisian Jews were expected to tioned yeshivoth, brin-jiny the total cc-me to France before the end of to 95. with 10.387 -indent-. An in 1962 New Jewish refugeeai-o teresting fact is that 35 p ercent ol have reached Italy, some getting JDC he!p. otherairieJ by other ma! meeting I JDC and retting JD< Tne Jews oi A-Jstna. awaiting [ter years of dei iosed 'hat •• Jews were aided in vanouEur pean courtneIt r influx of Jews to Fi Easten I and Tun France reached a I I t 23.0 include nd An !n am.' I erecti : f J la) and hagghr.i by the Austrian .iTament. are declining in number La?: June there were abou li in Austria a: I not tde i al Moslem coun:'.e.anti-J attack: had ... He i %  •• the .-sti ent 2.91 receivi I FIX I • :-h camp• Lbout half the J ish populal intrj He them leaving i "• %  • :hi fu f cf % %  rh a, M • said W< -• $2.50 Noted Ai+orr;ey Specks Here \ not< was gues. and M • to 1 U %  %  Fndaj ev< r.ing ser -. %  .. a Loui S • %  • .El, selling "My Dfe in me to tin 5 i wife and eceived t lp ol JD th Sabbath Dr hreeyear 1905. Louis • Jei : He said the JDC also he'ped 3'a-tj in Brazil Chile. Ch -a. *be Do-ninican Republic. Haiti, t h e Philippines, Holiand ard Turkey, as well as in Bom bay Irdia, where children were t-.ded. An influx cf Jews into Australia required JDC he p. He reported thai 1961, JDC I 71.910 mei and • • number, n %  .--.ed witb th. m Picnic to be Sponsored rt for a vane'y He is al I T i red by Dade Hi •, n You • %  n. 21 Israel, with a i I" • fltmrp OUTDOORS vrM I i n and %  %  • .: %  • Y r I %  : —., ... | eta you enj-iv a m[ • % % %  ': or yard ii %  and romar.li. en. hantmenl I new ,-\.-::.:,i glamor to your ta\ ••lr~ iri ;-•-• r ir,\ "A | r;tru e will % % %  .:.' %  1 In ./. dmltlOH Homeu aarn/va PZ&, FREE 24 PAGE IDEA BOOKLET -LIGHT FOR LIVING. OUTDOORS" %  -Ys&tej *


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. u n j [ the ClA ovnan s "World by ISABEL GROVE Parlies continue for pretty, blond Nikki Kraus. bride-elect of Press, jr. .. For the lingerie shower in her honor Saturday ;il. hoiel. she chose a green and white pleated skirt with ovei b tuse and white accessories Even the luncheon lablf>.< party. Roz (Mrs White) Kirsh.. -old sheath, Ruth (.Mrs Louis) Gidne) setting ofl her ocks with fire red. Belle (Mrs Emanuel roldstrich in the I ar bn sack, and tall Rhoda Mrs Mauryi M iris in I ce v.'• iron. I racl. • • %  irating 'hat ohso-importanl 13th ; Kathy Druck r see %  •'. Bye, Bir lie al thi Coconut ( daj • The matinee was preceded by I Height Inn Her guests were sister Vic! Dorf, %  of Dr a i I Mrs. Victor Dorf. and Sue Ell n Firestqne. :, of Regina and Bernard F resti n< The birthda) girl's ents are David :<-" %  Judy Drucker, the former, president al Beth Sh >m Men's Club, the latter vice president u: the l there. • %  v- • • %  the small fry heeding that beat — Helodye Hope Allain, I ;htCT of the Conrad Allains. born 10 years ago on New Yi ar s Eve glorified the event with a Twist party at her home. 3030 S\\ it. Amo ig the 30 guests doing a spirited Hull) Gully and cal ; the "Flying Circle' were Z;\a and Areela Holzer, r. t ni~ b •%  from Haifa, Israel. the snow far behind. Cissy and Herbert Weiss here ,a. N.Y., to visit with her mother. MrRose Cahn. and •tei Mrs Lil B asberg After a brief get-together, they'll be Mexican holiday, and Lil will leave for a cruise in the bean New star in the family. Michael Gary. 4. son of an< Mrs Larrie S. Blasberg, modeled an Italian knit suit and rti French shoes for the North Miami Cancer group luncheon > ,i Deauville hotel Doting spectators included dmothers and Jessie (Mrs George) Light and great grand%  • Rosi -•( • Our golden sun and the Golden Wedding anniversarj of the i Friedmans brought lus sister, Mrs Rose Benjamin, and Mrs. Herbert Applebaum. from frozen New York The) houaeguests of relatives Rosalind and Bernard Sutta, 1333 ilia ( oral Gables The senior Friedmans were guests Ol d iring New Year's week at a dinner hosted by their children. 1 11!i and Mr-.' Milton A. Friedman and the Suttas. and at services I • vening a Temple Judea. %  • ests for the winter at the Plymouth hotel are the Samuel I Mandells, of New York He's past commander of the Spanish can War Veterans and Hebrew Veterans of the War. with Vnother claim to fame for Miami — "Brando. Mildred C %  German Shepherd, a blue ribbon winner recently at : •: K., Far Hills, N.J. He'll be showing hiprize-winning form r home territory when the German Shepherd Club of Miami its loth annual show in Hialeah next week • • •• It as somewhat like the gathering of the clan at the BellinI kltr household last week ... To celebrate the 17th wedding rsary of Lila and Lou Tinkler on New YearEve, her sister. ard Teper, of Albany. NY., arrived first Same day Mi ster Rose (Mrs. Louis) Sax. of Glens Falls. NY., and sister Mull and husband iN'orman Levy) from Los Angeles. Calif. All of them v.ill be spending the winter in our Florida sunshine Lila been trying hard to get all of her family here at one time. expecting sister Ann and husband (Dr. Stanley Wershof), ot Hew York City, sometime in February Then how can her re brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bellin. of Albany. N %  > resist this cotfee-klatch? • s Xteen years a ..•>. Mai Knglandcr called in all Of hineighbors rate the arrival of their firstborn Truthfully, he really cted it to be a bris Thus was started the annual custom of House a: be Englanders every Dec. 31 Sixteen years three more daughters later, this year N'icki celebrated her uteen birthday Outside on the patio, the teen-agers %  o the juke box Inside, their elderivere thrilled b) the ii'H Troupe and the Yemenite Trio Sylvia (Mrs Harold) joined ::••. in like the Sabra she is Balloon-, bells, akers and champagne bottles ushered in the New Year guests were Dr and Mrs Mauley Celtune, Or and Mrs ossman, Mr and Mrs Burton Kahn. Mr and Mr\. non Mr and Mrs. Nat Potamkin, Mr ai I MrMax Kogen Mr and I raid Schwartz All of %  %  < rendrich dan ere — Sophia'side of the famil) Th chickei especially for Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habii and Mr M.mrice C imerchero. %  Geori U Kahnback to their s M a %  thi r, fall, and 0| ,: in • mainly on the French Riviera Esl '••' l their mopp'ts. Jon and Rachel, tra Imost to Panb) to find a synagogue for the High Holy Days, "here the) through Yom Kippur The Kahns proud thai the j doing well with their musical studies still take 1 '"> even though, by now. they're off to regular chool With memorii of Europe behind them, they now expeel to Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida, Friday, January 12, 1962 Section B Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, congratulates Mrs. Jacob Davis, Tag Day chairman, and the women who received awards for outstanding achievement at the recent "victory" Taa Day brunch. Left to right are Mrs. Helen Barry, Mrs. Davis, Ell. Mrs. Lillian Kronovet, Mrs. Fannie Werner, Mrs. Clara Auerbach. Not shown are Mrs. Yetta Baratz, Mrs. Louis Marcus, Mrs. Joseph Seid, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair. Mrs. Otto Weisbrod, and Miss Hannah Finn. Hebrew Univ. Women's Division Will Hear Sen. Douglas at Confab Here •' "i the swim of things in nothing flat. Sen Paul H. Douglas. Democrat of Illinoi-. will be key speaker at the three-day national conference on "World Amity Through Higher Education" which t h e National Women's Division, American Friend.of Hebrew University, will bold in Miami Beach trom Jan. 31 through Feb. 2. Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr.. national president of the women's organization, said that the inaugural luncheon o( the conference, to be held at 1 p.m., Jan. 31, in the Americana hotel, will be attended by over 1.000 delegates and guests from the Miami area and other major U.S. cities. In addition to Sen. Douglas, hon ored guests attending the conclave will include figures in government, science, education and international relations. Delegates are expected from New York. Los Angeles. San Francisco. Philadelphia, Chicago and Cleveland. Mrs. Gimbel also disclosed the appointment of Mrs. Charles Char cowsky, of Miami Beach, as conference coordinator of .the gatherir.g She -aid that Mrs Charcow sky will assist Mrs Louis Glasser. president of the local division. who is national conference chairman. Beth Israel Ladies to Meet \ regul ir meeting of the Sister I of Beth Israel Congreg! be held Tuesday noon in the ial Hail of the synagogue. [rwin Makovsky cultural ... -ill I e in charge of I i Favorite Jewish re< preparing for the S u ,ii be exchange I i d iri Vrvan wil p %  ;elei tions an f ty singing Mrs Murray Berkowitt, hospitality in, will introduce members re celebrating their bin ,i r ,. month of January Alexander Moskovits is presThe coherence will mark the third annual gathering ot the worni group, currently embarked on raising a million dollar fund to aid the completion of the new Jewish National and University Library ai the Hebrew University in Jerusalem Mrs Charcowsky. for many years a leader of the Miami Hebrew University Friends, is a member of the women's national board of directors. She is the wife of Charles Charcowsky. industrialist and philanthropist, one of the Jerusalem university's key benefactor.-. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Mrs Jacob Ritkin are serving as protocol co-chairmen for the conference. Mrs Trudy Hammerschlag and Mrs. Oida C. Rubin are co-chairmen of the inaugural conference ticket committee. Mrs Max Weitz. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers are hospitality chairmen. Mrs. Jack Popick and Mrs. Lee Ratner head the credentials committee, with Mrs Khea Gladwin. public relations chairman. Mrs. Theodore Epstein and Mrs Harold B. Spaet are decorations co-chairmen. Hostesses at the conference from Florida include Mesdames Sam Blank. Ruth Colin. Theo Epstein, Aaron Farr. Emil Friedlander, Rhea Gladwin. Trudy Hammer%  hlag. Inez Krensky. J. M. Lipton. M Maisel, J. Rifkin. Ken Ros Sam Rost. Simon Rubin. Oida C. Rubin, Milton Sirkin, H B. Spaet, Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz and Fay G Rosenthal. Seminar to Hear Guest Speaker Beth David Sisterhood will play host to Conservative congregation Sisterhoods from all parts of Flori da at its all-day "KalUh" seminar Monday at Spector Hall. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Coming from Springfield. Mass as guest speaker for the 9:3o a.m. to 3 p.m. program is Rabbi Samuel K. Dresner, of Beth El Temple there. Rabbi Dresner is well-known in Jewish educational circles as author of several books. He also is a frequent contributor to national periodicals. "Woman of Year" Award to beauty authority and art connoisseur Helena Rubinstein vcenter'; is presented at ninth annual luncheon of Women's Division, American Friends of Hebrew University, by Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr., national president (left), and Mine. Armand Berati, wife of French Ambassador to the United Nations [riant).



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p(i'alks in half Lengthwise, then Dram thoroughly Saute the garHc i dove garlic into ptccM about two loehee Ions. 1 In the oil or butter over low heat I tablespoons Olive oil or ( %  „, lt „. i,;ilt lengthwise into quar %  unlil brown, then remove the gar. butter iers ,i small, and into six pieces He. Add the anise or fennel Jni | Mnove the foliage, any tough if larger. Place In a saucepan, ado. saute over mediumi heat tor three ,lk. and the tough outer layer he boiling water to cover, bring minutes. Grind the pepper over .he .n,Mbulb* Wash thorough ,. a boil, cover the saucepan, lower, the vege able, and serve at once under cold water Cul the tenfhe heat, and simmer ten minutes. | This amount makes six portions MII>I".I' we had • lisl il ill Ihe available vegetable! In otic raar> ki i i, .mil rin'i kvd "li ill t h e % %  wintii !• iiuii never Inad rbf man) rainlllea, this chealwd gp n u p x'onld lie .in pi IMHUIV I.irte, mil WIMIIII Unhide .everal x euetablrs dullenui the) art fawned dull i m ii'> o| gout iiiris \t ihe etrj beginning i'l -mil in .ilph.ihelu-.il liM iMidii the \s ion ta suiauu during Ihe uiiiii-i inoiilhN. which %  n.ii.iiix noid III luperaaaeketi is %  nisiililmuuh it %  toi-4-vrt nnine i ri-l iM I l.'uiuo leiinel It is in! populai in Italian cooking un> •in i hiname ••! Unocchio Vnyone who lovei livoriee loeea .ins., because Ihia deiihiiul loud has •> imllni isle tu appeal .innM resemble* celurjr, bul WIWI i.>.iiiii-i\ I ullage and a lucge, huh* tik. nirurture .it Ihe buaui called Ihe apple Roth Ihe bulb and Ihe lendet talba ire edible Hie leetli and minced foliage are used ,i Reasonings Vni.ii. IIMI.IUX o|l hj weight it should he mi" *e delicate I whi green %  lo be almost while .ii • free it.-in hrnwa ipala Hie i-iiit.. i ,> ii Irani three lo fuui in. tics in .iiji'iii-i. i l\) use he i, ,.i ;|.|,• ,:v,'i.%  '•,loll i :.am %  11.;h UIUMM ielh and the lough ,-Uli-' I i ••< • .-. • > ll ,: sh ,s v,','; K '' %  %  •' •' ''<•' Sisterhoods See Presentation xttiinttsi sivioi "i,w!, •( he i M M i hi MM K % %  %  • e NalMMMl \\ ,• in-n LrafST tinted Si coexir o4 vnn-iu.i recent > -i i %  ijiti>peesenlatioa here v l MI> t.'l S I'mtu <|V: -v '. p M. • see v v Herbert Kttwa el nraaa reeled atsd x %  S \ .-! s, .. v v ..... v s. (Shag %  s MwrUexca •.-. Kuleaua -iit hMcbell : • s, • i MM 7Jieh tbopfer £Vrve •MS • ...\v ,i SeHbi -. s> < -ielv-^ i \ llOIOUa raw, i> part Ol a tr.iv .it agpettaurai as i crup adMltlun to nabaah and is •• linger foHi uob .IN ..-lerv or carrot -trips \nine i. equally :ixt iun ruuhuti Shoe •'abuuai add lual PIHlllgfl water lo cover, then slot mer la nflcttles DUUII and serve miii imtter.'salt, and pepper: with i hot mustard ffalVUfUd ma>nn| iiitiste. In a cream • a u c e ( or au _r.itin \nt.• %  > t-.Hikeil is an tt ii.-i-i.iii\ ime vegetable to curve with nsh •since as twioivhio. this vegUta< hie is such a favorite in Italian cooktngi we h.-ne uelailud for to da) s reeipea Iwo n\m that cut* nine The Kennel PloruutliM maj he varted, bj cooking as direetad, then instead nl adding cheese, muiuig Ihe fennel with au equal quantfi) ol peeled rrush tomatties or thor\u<•-•• • i it!i i dash •'. >ugar F*twwl Florrttif ii>s smse u (eune .i. >-S-\ t : i. .• %  -.> -• iced •, cup MI. V ls;ws. :,.ss%  %  •, %  .... i style hei Kf now •,(u ,. and I '•.<• '..-. (h eater •,• eitlM • place? %  I a •-''•' %  u •ughlj m ,i saw use .-. pepper Bnug lo -< heal cuter •Ss.n oetsa i >re Mat gMHU "• %  %  If nec o. ary. add 's, i %  •. : he > eg HalH' :r\M rtrafe Ptae* i" %  i t ne eheuee l •• • &f x s .-MM? %  Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! r~ j*gE£H W Salt J^a* NO Sugar NO Spices a c HQ SkortBning *ii< Ura .^Tl "li ^hXh' HOLLAND HONEY CAKE $ -v\ s\ < \NC NST?t. C sT.5 vPOOC •aATX v--x wjhgr aaavv aMC> t>"? *\OU *SC N*l* Vv* •• • VO xCA* • VC >TTxs^ JSS9 K FOS HOLLAND HONEY CAKE for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE 4L-~K? '—^-s 7 >J W00* THE "SABSA TH COFFEE" u•<.-••: e • -• •: ••.; %  -. zz,\ • 2 *.';•: todg) s istant \\AY>* u o.i*— t avo< sea ?d 1 ttus dist •. 1 •>? ngi KOSHER-PArWE FC4E OOUCTSO* SPutlWI. fOQSS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment f 5 %  ."•." '.'••' I dtft$.



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Fiiday. January 12, 1962 +Jmi$l> lltriJiati Page 3-B I 4 Fehecrsir.g for "Congregation Capers" are Stanley Bcur.ian. Herbert Salzman. and Rcb('.e'.X to right* Mesdames Bernard Sandel, Donert Barg. old Simon. Leonard Wolfson, Allen Grayson, Beach Chapter of Hadassah Schedules Eye Bank Parties at Meetings Monday Miami Beach chapter of Marias snh rreetinns will take place Mon daj Incoming promt is Bye Bank parties Members bringing in two filled Eye Banks will sa\e a pair of eyes in Israel from the dread Jigi ase ol trachoma Final plans for the chapters membership celebration lor paid ur members at Miami Beach Auditorium on Monday. Jan. 20. will be announced. SKlom* group will have a s|HFlamingo Chapter To See FHm Kli.mingo chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will meet Wcdne-day evening at the l'alm Springs meet in-room. Mrs Ihman Klein, vice president, said that the pro-ram will include the showing of an American Cancer Society film. Mario Pellegrini, education director, will conduct a question and arisv.er session following the film. cial luncheon and card party ;:i the Atlantis hotel a; 12 noon. Ad mission will be idled Eye Banks. Henrietta Siold group will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Algiers hotel. Itubaiyal room. The film. "50 Miracle Minutes.'" will be shown. Program chairman is Mrs. Lena Ron-nfclri Heril group will meet at th< ihotel at 12 noon. Invocation will %  be by Mrs Arnold Seeder. Report j on American and Zionist Affair.will be by Mrs. Irv.in Greene. Mrs. Sanford .laeobson. education coordinator, will discuss Israel. Voical ^election will be by Mrs. Stanley Rosensweet. Mrs. Charles Alter is program chairman. Esther group v ill !" %  ft the Barcelona hotel .. %  12:30 p m.. with .i social and cards lol the meeting. Israeli grcop w II meet at th" Al aicrs hotel at noon Refreshments will be served followed by mus'cal selections by Mis. Rose Yokell Morton Towe's -rMi ui'l have I an installation bruneheon on Tuesday. 11 a.m.. in the dinine room of Morton Towers. Miss Lillian doori;man. prcs'dent of Miami Beach Ichapter. will be installing oft'eer. Mrs Maurice Cahn. number1 slup coordinator, v.ill present the ehap'.rr to the new group. Guest speaker will be Mrs Lillian Perlman, vice president of organization. Adath Yeshurun Plans Revue '"Congregation Capers." an hour and a half floor shou revue will be presented on "Cabaret Nile at Temple Adath Yeshurun this Saturday evening, The original production and script haw been written and directed by Mrs, Bernard Sandel. ami will be performed -by members ol the Sisterhood and congregation Musical accompaniment will be provided by top orchestras, and the entire score will be taped through the Temple's stereo equipment. Ligghting and staging will be under the direction of .lack l.ipsiner. Principals presenting the show are Joe Leidman. Joe Miller, Mrs, Sandel. Mrs Don Simon. Mrs Stan Bauman, costume designer Mrs Alice Levy. Coordination ol 11• affair is beng handled by Mrs Herbert Salz nan. Mrs. Mynm Sponder ichairman ol the event. There will be a cocktail hour from 8.30 until show time. in .-harge ol reservations is Mrs. Joe Review to be Heard Mrs. B. Wcinsicm will review Rembrandt, by Gladys Schmidt, al a meeting Wednesday evening (.1 the I. R. Goodman group ol Hadassah in Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Normandy Isle Blanch. Temple Israel Women's Lunch Temple Israel Sisterhood will present its annual donor luncheon on Wednesday noon at the Roney Pla/a hotel. Theme of the luncheon is "Les Pemmes Elegantes," which will feature fur, jewels and French poodles. n charge of reservations are Mrs. James Lcwy and Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Mrs. William Lee is chairman of the affair. Musical selections will he by Mrs. Halt e Wagner, accompanied by Mrs. Sidney Wcsthcimor. Mrs. Rose Kaplan will be chairman of the day. President to be installed is Mrs. Samuel S Goldberg. Hearing Center to Celebrate On Friday night, the Hearing and Speech Center of Florida will celebrate the 30th Anniversary of its founding and the first birthday in i-s new Center at 1540 W. Flagler St. Sisterhood Thrift "Shop Sisterhood ofiDado Heights Jewish Congregation has opened a llirilt Shop at 16109 NW L'Tth avt Included among items lor sale are clothing, bric-a-brac, appliances. The shop is open Tuesdaj Thursday, and Sunday. Member Coffee Set Wednesday Women's committee Of Jewish Family and children's Service will hold a winter membership coffee en Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at the home ot .Mrs Joseph Sherbill. 1761 Cleveland id „ Miami Beach. Arrangements chairman of the r'.iy will be Mrs. Lawrence A. Wcston. Mrs Seymour Silverman is vice president in charge ot membership ot the women's commitlee Guest speakers will he Mrs. Leon; id Beldner, JFCS board member, anil Mrs. Bernard Stevens, president of the womencommittee "Jewish Family and Children s Service is proud of this committee." Mrs. Stevens explained, adding that "its membership of 190 has already made its mark on the conv munity." Said Mrs. Stevens. "The committee has served as an important publie relations vehicle by interpreting the three basic services JFCS has to offer—family counseling, child care, and service to the aged. The committee has also sponsored two tnnd-raising functions to help supplement the agency's enormous budget."' JFCS is a member agency of United Fund and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Temple Sinai Sisterhood i sterhood of Temple Sinai is sponsoring a "Lucky 13th" game night on Saturdaj evening at the !. ... .Vis Harold Berger, t i Keystone blvd :chairman ad v.;i! hi assist! I bj .. commitI.. 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Page 4-B + /fHi*tfkrrfi'**r> Friday, January 12, 1962 P^Tse^hSodalireWifl Host f-ur.ction %  • a rccq • Justice L". S. Su WiUia : iday. Jan. 21. inhei Palm Beach home. 79 51 %  %  rrail. The function will be held on be%  t he Jewish Theological Senth an of America, and guests include many Palm Beach socialiles, as well as nationally-known I ... business leaders and industrialists. Dr Bi rnard Mandelbaum. pro. -• : S IT program n e Mrs. It: F • k hich Mrs. Ittlemosl %  l Many • tl l wh,eh J* !" ,ve been adopted as perm an. cets ol educaI ;.,.., ih programs bj i ,i edu< '"" :,h ,n Mrs ittln has been active in volunteer I more than 50 vears. and in the past decade she picnl f dozens ol rdsfor her service Mrs !" : n V l< %  •'" Wlh i I "• 1 %  • %  •\ %  Ihc UniU .1 .-'-'' 5. was stab. %  son an,I the Htleson Pami Itti m< dual school l W a shii versity In St. I • i s. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 .. Hold : : %  Irving Rubin coo> the Pub re seat' %  %  re collection irom the restaurai pot's it versary uted to the Vai Well. Plastic Surgeons Will Report Here "Plastic" Surgery — Fact and Fiction" will occupy the spot! at the first open meeting ol C dars of Lebanon Auxiliary on Tuesday. 10:30 a.m.. in the Dupont Elaza hotel. The program committee, headed by Mrs. Ted Lotterman. Mrs. Norman Broun, and Mrs. Morton Halpern, have announced that two plastic surgeons will discuss the advances scored by plastic surgery in recent years. Drs. Thomas Zaydon and Clifford Snyder. both on the staff of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, n I trace the hislory of surgical restoration, from medieval timet< the present day. and refer to the m processes! of wrinkle-removal, sanding." and modern metl of skin rejuvenation which hav< i '< at< d .. good deal of attentii i beauty treatment circles. A question and answer sessi w.,1 follow the i resi ntal %  Pri gram highlight will In a ceremony honoring new A members and welcoming pr -• i i i -in. nteers xilii : pn si lent. Mrs Na i • \ in. ha> extei everj m e i a guest s Dadi leai %  men i b< ul Cedars si • s Slated a so .a form, the fund-raising activit.e* ol the Auxiliar> during 1961. and plans for implementing compl lion of the Abe Aronoviiz Memorial Heart Pavilion, to occupy the entire 'curth floor ol the hospital. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. chairman of the women's division development unit, will (ii scribe the work ol the new 'Heart Guardians" and 'Heart Mothers" com mittees, comprised of categories contributing gifts of $300 an*. SI. 000 for the financial support o! the building tund. Mrs Morris Blau. Mrs. Frank Cole and Mrs. Benjamin Oren an compiling a 'Lobby Shop Ledger SI • %  '." reporting on the progress of the Cedars Lobby Gift Shop. Some of the advance plans for the Auxiliary's big dinner dance 'eb. 10 will be revealed at the ope n mei I Dadi i • -. As '" ii elude re] rts on tl recenl Brunch" and thi •Mi del%  • the-Yi i r Fasl ii SI iit which sufficient fum ere raised to continue the I • • current i olU ge scholarships now awarred by the Phi Sigma Sigma chapter ol Greater Miami. A fourth scholar.-hip will be pred 'hi soring t<> a graduating senior in the Dade county schools, visor %  %  • %  >he m %  .• | • Officers ol Si %  Sigma Alumna '•'' M '' R ei president; h-win Potash, Theodore Zalles, Donald Frank, vice presidents: • Harrison, recording secrelarj. Janel Sklow, corresponding secretary; Seymour Kaplan, treasurer; Myles Eaton, alumnae adVes, there's Yom Tov spirit in this fine tea... "flavor cr.:-' for fullest strength and tti lation ... richer tast< and plea* ure with your fleithigs and oiilchigs and between meal refreshment. ,f NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style! Youth to Entertain Miami Beach Lodge I : B'nai B'rith will be entertained I : I Youth Organization at a ling Wedni sdaj evi nil at tl • rs hoti l Program has been %  j Jack Fink, chairman, .tanc Robinson, i [ the Miami Bl V( Irving %  tzman is presid" i .CHEESE,. Ravioli CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 5 00 WIN s 2 5 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE .-..'. ,i tou make 1 All you do is submit %  j,onte recce for using ft for stuffing chicken, derma making knishes. varmshkas scups. .side dishes with onions. ed musfuoorrs peepers or any i %  %  tasty use for this all-time ie. YOU GET $25.00 Send your own original recipe with 8 Wolff's Kasha bo top to Phyllis v ft Penn Yan. N Y We will pay J25 00 for every recipe published: out every entrant receives a FRtE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolff's property. Wfe, KASHA dlutiC-al Brown Buckwheat Groats Mrs Milton S Goldman. Meridian te Miami Beach. Fla.. wins $25 ic her Chinese Kasha Cantoncti CHINESE KASHA CANTONESE -ikcd 1 (ur onion •' isha peer pepper %  Ih 1 lbs cnrninf oil tcpi 3 sc* uns 1 egg omelet :ted on bo B-'• %  !• %  chop celery and ten pepper in thin st-irs A00 To htated oii in larpe ski'let Sir *•• I coofc'hg three cr.nutes B'-'ifc ov CCld Kasha into grains with fork M>i with vegetables and cock over low heal five st.-ring several times lust bervin| b'end in s. ans peppe' Garnish with chopped scall.ons and sniedded omelet. Also c • -•ramy • N bav) k.'.h. Su-p ^'WA/*W*W*WA/*W*W'W'W'W'W


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Friday, January 12. 1962 vJenlst n-rridHnr Page 5-B At a lecent masquerade and fun night at Temple Ner Tamid are seated ileft to right) Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mrs. Ezra Feingold, Cantor Scmuel Gomberg, and Mrs. Gertrude Kosterich. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Hirsh. Dr. and Mrs. Ben Fabric, Mrs. A. Baum, Mrs. Samuel Gomberg. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kein;.-. and Mrs. Al Spiegel. Library Will Get Proceeds Temp'e Beth Sholom Library will cuts, books, and music. The colbenefit Tom a Library Fund lunchlection will soon be moved into the inn in "'.• Tempie Auditorium next Ucdnesi ay noon, according to an annoui (• &f ment by PTA president Mi .U, ph ParJo. Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs, Samuel Hindi. She will be aided b> COr-airman. Mrs. Martin Steiner, and financial secretary. Mrs Bernard Rubin, who. with Mrs. Jason Berkman. is in charge "I tickets Program chairman is Mrs Marvin Co >per. and in chare cl publicity i^ Mrs, Bennett Lee. Featured at the annual affair v.ill be i\ dramatic reading of "The V'oungesf Shall Ask" by members of tin Acorn CIVIC Repertory I leatn Appeiring in the cast ill b< Boris Prucher. Ruth Saillant, and Arthur Eden. Procet Is from the luncheon are principal support of Temple Beth Sbclom's librarj of periodiNew! A) AX all purpose cleaner with ammonia new Community House now under construction, where it will be housed in a spaciou> Library and Reading Room Beth Tf Hah Ladies Have Officer Election Mrs. Rachel Katz has been elected to a 14th term as president ot the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Tfilah. Other officers elected a! a recent meeting include Mesdames Yetta Trask. Anna Shawitz. Lena Slitsky. Freda Feldman. and Sarah Zoldan. vice president; Mesdames Rose Kratish. treasurer; Eva Korn, assistant treasurer; Esther Rackovsky. chaplain; Rose Lustig, social secretary; and M. F. Hoenig. financial and record-' ing secretary. Trustees are Mesdames Fannie Apitov, Pauline Gold. Jennie Goldfine. Sadye Kramer. Lillian Silverman. Gussie Zaidman. Rose Kaplan. Rebecca Zimmerman, and Lena Kramer. Board of directors are Mesdames Esther Bernstein. Frances Brandis. Rose Carr. Esther Cuttler. Esther Deiich, Bertha Falk. Fannie Glatt. Fannie Goldberg, Minnie Grunblatt. Anna Gurfein, Bertha Helfman. Florence Hoffman. Sarah Horowitz. Mildred Littenberg. Rose Lobel. Bessie Markus, Fannie Michaelson. Bessie Nikels. Sadie Rosen. Barbara Saltzman. Betty Schechter. Nettie Sher. Anna Silberman. Freida Stern. Sabina Sussman. Rose Weiss. Celia Wollman, andGussia Wortzel. Adult Golf Instruction Registration is now being accepted for adult golf instruction offered by the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536 Bay rd. Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings for a series of eight consecutive weeks, and will be under t h e direction of John smith There will be classes each week rortregifuiers, as well a> intermediate students, and registration is limited to ten in each group Mrs. Reich To be Honored Mrs. Alfred Reich, president ot. District 5. B'nai B'rith Women. will be guest of honor at a fa-hion show and luncheon of the chapter on Sunday noon. Jan. 21. at the Deauville hotel. Program will include a musical presentation by Joseph Malek. ac-! companied by Olga Bibor Stern at' the piano Mrs. Herman Hammer is chair man of tickets. Mrs Max Kern; is chairman of the day. with Mrs.! Ruth Corey acting as co-chairman President of the chapter is Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal. Chai chapter also plans a regular meeting and white elephant sale on Tuesday evening at the Deauville hotel, with Mrs. Joseph Pollack as chairman Miss Helen Silverstein is fund-raising vice president Gables Chapter Hears Attorney Coral Gables chapter of Women's American ORT met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Sidney Pozen. 1020 So. Alhambra Circle. Guest speaker was Daniel Neal ifeuVr. Miami attorney. Heller president of the Harvard Lav? School Assn., national executive committeeman of the Jewish War j Veterans, and a recent participant in the Young Leadership Overseas Mission of the United Jewish Ap| pea!, discussed the current Israeli scene. Program co-chairmen were Mrs. Sari Gold and Mrs. Beverly Weber. YUBAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel THE NEW HEBREW UNIVERSITY is the most important institution of higher learning of its kind in the Middle East. Built at Givat Ram, Jerusalem, after Independence in 1948, the University has an enrollment of about 5,000 with schools for the arts, physical and social sciences, law, medicine, dentistry and agriculture. • • • • • j cleans everything • from the floor up! Pilmoiivf •i it (Photo courtasy of Israel offieo ot / CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'll see a white tornado of power that cleans everything in its path Even corners, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping. And you don't need to rinse! New Ajax All Purpose Cleaner V.i!h ammonia Ijjves a fresh, clean •mell that proves it's really done the jobl KOSHER PARVE EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is indeed Hie world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to its blend, aged coffee beans... a ged like the best flavored wine and cheese. 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Paqe 6-B fk-niit ftcridi^r Friday, January 12. 1362 Majority' Set For Flamingo M ,.. s ol one." starring Ro.ap.ln. "Majority of One' JTSlell and Alec Guinnes.. return to this area untM • come? to the Flamingo Theatre. "Majority of One" will be s ,'... ,. H |„ rc | for a one-nightat the same time Friday, %  ,',.;„,.„, o„ Friday. Jan. 19. night only.'at Lotw'a 170th str i Admission will "' per person Theatre. Showing will begin promptly al 8 -ST, The Caplan family of Miami Beach enjoy New Year's Eve with the lack Paar family at the Roosevelt Theatre, where they viewed the hit movie, "El Cid," now in its fourth record-breaking week. Paar (fourth from left, with his wife Miriam (left*, and daughter Randy (extreme left), were holiday week vacationers here. Also left is Charles Cap an. Right of Paar are Marietta and Hyla Caplan. Ann Richards, and David Caplan. Menasha Skulnik In 'Uncle Willie' Opening Here Menasha skulnik. one of the nation'.izre;ii arii>is <>! the American-Yiddish stage, returns here to open on Tuesday in "Uncle Willie" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse Remembered for his portrayal V the arroaant I>aac Lowe in last season's "The 49th Cousin." Skulnik will once again deliver another rare portrait as "Uncle Willie." a warm-hearted peddler who plies hi> trade and advice in the "remote" Bronx of the 1900Staged by Skulnik. "Uncle Wil lie" will come into the Playhouse with an all-Nw York cast. Heading the company is Skulnik'* wife, Anna Roman, Games Party Saturday Sisterhood ol Beth Israel Cong i Ration isponsoring .i card and ,-. partj at the synagogue on v, • ird i^ e\ening Mrs. Ja< ob B< i .IT i* chairman, and Miss Olga I iiz is co-chairman who last season scored heavily as his eldest daughter in "49th Cousin." Featured in the Julie Bern> and Irvma Elman comedy are Patricia Stafford. Fred Burrell, Steve Via cent. Elena Young, Linda Ross. Kathy Cody and Dan Priest Set tings ol the nostalgic era are b> production Mage %  Tom \u Keehan Winding up its third and final week is the musical comedy hit. -Bye Bye Birdie Starring Rus sell Nype and Carmen Alvarez, the :>it production has been playing to lightly capacity audiences and uns through Sunday, .'an 14 Third Smash Week CINEMA Wash -|t:-*. *' llJthSt M a-"Bt>ch NOV. LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH AMERICAN Vaudeville Show from Radio City IN PERSON HOWARD LEAR ISRAtU TROUPE YEMINITE TRIO CAROL DONN Miami's Favorite Songstress and GITEL STEIN, M.C. t •An excellent show" BourkeHeruld. SHOSHANA DAMARI r ISRAEL'S GREATEST SINGING ST/ STARRING. IN %  ISRAELI REVUE J j •*" SABRA DANCERS WILL COOPER, v EXODUS, ROOM P. DAN, i%a ( %  | 0 i *(| N( ft*| t %  • I MofitoCwiIff OCEAN AT 65th STRFET HO COVER CHARGE pi fmarioxt Mil is-i UN 6S7?t STANLEY KRAMER'S I "BfiSl flClOF'Wimilian Schell "Best screenplay" uhy Mann ; Nn Yor [ Film Critic* >7 LINCOLN Lincoln Rood Miami Beach JE 4-2700 Jl 4 4621 — EXCIUSIVI EMASEMEHI NOW ~~ AM Sats RMerved. 2 P^'o'^a-. ai Pa i Snna. Oatiy Vj:.neei at ? JO PV ETM nil a' lM Em Saa la'a Tkmt. in;, tl N 0S? n 1.11 Fn Sal, Mil Mil -UN Mali., Maa tan III. le| tt.H 0' V'.I Mall.. Sal. Saa. Hil (.•*• M M %  MM artrca Ian Included Mall aelf aridraaaad envelop*, elatnped. v.lln ir.t. k ardar to LINCOLN THIATUR, 553 l.lnruln Hoad. Miami Beach. it mi SPECIAL ATTINTION TO THCATM PAHTIIS %  •> %  < SNH NOW .Sal. Mat | a %  fm sn I iii. I M ,m. |N) NOW ill TNI WONDER O* CINEMMA rvrs YOU m m rcTUi fhWd a. Ta.lM.kWa* UNIVERSITY Of MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA FABIEN SEVITZKY. Conductor SUNDAY, JAN. 14, MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM, 8:30 P M MONDAY, JAN. IS, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM. 8:30 P.M JOHANNA MARTZY INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED VIOLINIST PIT 0 C R A M JOHN BUll "Waltingham" Variations 'Tranicribd by Gjido Gjerrin.) MAX BRltCH Violin Concerto No I JOHANNES BRAHMS Symphony No 4 TICKETS: 11.78 to $1 50 UM Symphony Office, MO I 4


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Friday, January 12. 1962 •CM* j* f |r rH-tS^r Page 7-B ^M^7 On n v :fej.j gut &s?pm $h&rp W&Qm y>;>.vae?te J) V & 1 W* repeat ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY The regular ^nsagemenv ol A Maicity o' One will begin In reetueryi TO THE PUBLIC: % No question about your enthusiasm for our special one performance showing of 'Splendor in the Grass' a few months ago. Your wonderful comments at the time and the ultimate smash success of the film proved it. So we're coming back with the same idea once again. Only this time, just for fun. No questionnaires, no interviews, no controversy. RAYDANTON MADLYNI HE :/AE CJESTZL MARC MARNO Just come and enjoy yourselves like you haven't enjoyed a picture in years. Our motive? Simple. We can't think of a better way to let everyone in town know what a delightful picture 'A Majority of One' is than to have you go out and tell them yourselves after you've seen it. One last word: Tickets are going fast. A limited number are on sale now at the box office. You'd be wise to get yours quickly. ,,, t,MERVYN URGY.T.UW b y MAX STEINER scw.pi* by LEONARD SPIGELGASS *m*m& lECHNICOLOfTiroa.WARNER BROS" AT BOTH THEATRES FLAMINGO THEATRE 320 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach JE 8-2908 LOEWS 170th ST. Collins Ave. & 170th Street, Miami Beach W! 5-1791



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Pcge 8-B *JmUl> rk-ridlian Friday, January 12. 1952 College, anil then was Sperling, Sadick Plan for Wedding Mr. Irving Sperling <•; 3160 SW 23rci itr %  Miami, announces the engagement of his daughter. Ann Grac to Eugene Lionel Sadick. The groom-to be i^ the son ol Mr and Mrs. Joseph H Sadick. 503 SW 2.^th ct. Miss Sperling i< a graduate of the University of Florida, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in religii n Presently, she is •vork at the University oi Miami for a teaching certificate in ele mentary education. The bride-elect 1* a membi r ol the Z.onist rganization ol Amcr M a-achi, and the Israeliti history and comparative completing ne ca. WOMAN OF THE WEEK \ .'ood way to get J husband is :o have the same name as his and stand in the same linr at the hark This is how Grace met Burton B. Goldstein mostK known as B B They got married a year later. What a wonderful J\ to start a rin on a bank! Grace went to Agnes Scott graduated from the University of Wisconsin. During the .var years, she worked on a newspaper Center. in a tiny town in California; her unfulfilled Mr Sadick 1an engineer tor dream i? to become a newspaper woman. Since he City ol Man: He is •' pradmost oi hci dreams have come true, there is uat( 0 i ih University oi Florida, still hope lor this one. a national presidential representaIn A'lanta. Grace's father had been active tiVe ; or Alpha Phi Omega service in American Jewish Committei since Us incep. fraternity, an institutional repretion. and her mother took energetic part in communit} work No wonder whin they moved to Miami Beach eleven years ago that Grace at once became active m community affairs, including National Council of Jewish Women. Brandeii University National Women's Committee. PTA, Temple Israel Sisterhood. Combined Jewish Appeal, and of course. American .Uwish Committee, ol which she is currently program chairman. Thi other side to this com" Grace -ays GRACE s he likes organizations that don't have any meetings! But as a vice president of Jewish Fami.y and Children's Ser\ M an agenc) with a broad-rargmg program requiring much devoted attention, she realizes the folly of such dreams ••Togetherness" sometimes sounds trite, but in the case ol Grace and B B. and their two sons, Buck and Johnny, it i~ exactly the right word. They go sailing in the beys' sail boat that as yet has no name They have endlefs political discussions around the dinner table They are all staunch Democrats but differ in their views on U.S. foreign policy They all like television—but not the Westerns that B. B. goes lor Grace enjoys gardening a little—and to read a lot. And she is quite optimistic about the future. She and her family have every reason to be -K %  ONCE MORE DEAR FRIENDS Aaron and Marcelia Kanner couldn't change anything about their annual Orange Bo them For one manv vears—cut celery and onior.: for "Mil KannerV famous dressing that ls'as much a part • I the New Year's Day Buffet as the Orange Bowl jjame itself. The banana cake was a little late in being put out on the desert table, and the complaints were many and bitter Esther Singer. vhose husband Bill was in the den watching a game, had just finished a piece of luscious coco inut cake. Daniel Neal Heller, looking like the cat that swallowed the canary, was filling plates for his wife Diane, and their two adorable little daughterin red jumpers and tightlets to keep them warm. The Sam Lubys, Irving and Helen Greenfield, the Victor Behars. Sam and Shirley Heiman. Carl and Esther Weinkle. and Faye Ablin were amon S the early ones who came right from the game # BREAKFAST AT ONE A.M. A regular subpoena sunimond the guests ol the Donald Barmacks and the Bart Cohens to the old 86 Club, now Cliffords restaurant, to wet their whistle and to have breakfast. A calyspo band set the pace. Among the guests were Mr and Mrs Sanford Kramer. Mr and Mrs. Mickey Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mayerson, Mr and Mrs. Harold Fnedland. and Mr and MrNorman Ark;n. Since the breakfast didn't start until Couple's Troth Revealed Here Mr. and Mrs. George Si hapiro 1500 Bay rri.. arnounce he i n l gagement of their daughter Linda Sue. to Lawrenci Anthony Iitihell son of Mr. and Mrs |; ,,. rt g' Titchell. 8911 Abbott ave.. So Miss Schapiro is a grad late of Plainfield schools. Plainfield. \ j. She recently graduated from Moravian College. fe hleher. Ivnn., where she majomi in education She was a mem far rf Ka; n.it a Epsilon, national bonorarj educa. ary society. Mr Titchell attended t School in Cleveland, 0.. aM mil Collegiate in T roato He is now affilii "ed with E Cafe Tours. Mia: Beac versity mada, viarceiia i\anmr n'uiun i vnan^c i,......... ... ...... [owl B'lffet party even if they wanted. No one would let solid aay. statuesque Cora—the Kanners' "Jewel" of sentative for the Handicapped B<>> Seoul Trwp ol B'nai B'nth. and chatrman of Sholem Lodge com mittee of the B'nai B'nth Youth Organizal Mr Sadick is a veteran 1 Konan War. having served for yi ars in the VS. Air Fore* Marjorie Rubin Eyes June Rites Mr and Mrs Edward Rubin, of 210] SW 16th st announce the engagement ol their daughter. Marjorie. The groom-to-be is Alan Charles Heiman. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heiman. 1312 SW" &5th ave. Tag Day Plans Are Discussed Plans were finalized lor a Jan. IS Tag Day at a meeting Wednesday evening of the Ladies' Auxili ary of North Shore Post 677. Jewish War Veterans. The meeting was held at Miami Beach Federal Savings and Loan As-n.. Lincoln Mall Mrs. Lillian Schoen is president ol the organization. Proceeds Ardi MISS BARBARA BRAMS Parness, Brams Engagement Told Mr and MrMarry Parness tlxi S Hibiscus dr Hibiscus Is lan.i announce th< 1 ngagemenl <•! •heir daughter. Barbara, to Sam tel David Brams son ol Mr. and Mrs Maurice Bra".'-, of 247 \\< -t 'ndu dr.. Palm Bea< h The Parness family are icrnicr lj oi Morristown. N J. Th< bride-elect is a gradual) ol Miami Beach High School; attended Dougla-s College in New Broils wick. N.l. and is a junior at the Universit) of Miami. Mr. Brams is a graduate <>t Palm Beach High School, attended Cheshue Academy in Cheshire. Conn., and the University ol Florida He s ;i member el Phi Kpsilon l'i social fraternity, attended New York Institute of Finance, and is present 1> employed as a stockbroker for Sutro Bros of Ba> liar bor Islands the tion group s Fund Veterans RehabilitaProceeds for Youth one O'clock, a tew of the crowd decided to stop at Stanley and Joni Tate's first. F*or an 'r.'pronptu party, they did very well Joni said she never got a party together so fast; but she also said it's easy to get the people and the food—al! you need i~ a telephone. Alter midnight they all trooped over to the Barmack-Cohen breaklas! Along with the Tatewent Jack and Norma Games. Sidney and Muriel Kudolph. and Si and Helen Somerstem. as well as most oi the res; of the 70 people. WESTVIEW SCORES AGAIN Over 300 members and guests attended he New Year's F.vc dinner iv.ro W.-ivicw Country Club The tables as always were lovely featuring red and white carnation.with a touch of blue. The Twist and Hully Gull) kept everybody lumping. Among the gay crowd were Mr. Mrs Ferd Meyer. Mr and Mrs Max. Mat/. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bloom. Mr and Mrs. Max Orovitz. and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abes-. Jane (Mrs Marvin 1 Silvers danced one with her physician. Dr. Le-ter A Russin—the first time that she has been able to dance since she broke a leu in Nassau WELCOME HOME Dr and MrLeslii Bukstel had a cocktail party .he night before New Year's I've. Thee was a b g cake in honor <>f Rita's brother and his wife. Ted and SUP Hvman. who have just returned Ironi Rio de Janeiro. The Hynutnfell that they were back in the U.S.A. for sure because the Welcome Home cake was a good devils food with a butter cream frosting No Twisting at the Bukstel party tor one reason only— they muldn't find the right kind of record Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot, Mr and MrLee Unger, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Weil. Mr and Mrs Myron Co wen, Mr and Mrs Irving Beinhurn. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bulbir. and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Tanner. TOO BAD NOBOOY SICK The New Year's Eve party went on tar into the night at the Dr. Lewis G Ghieckauf house Lou and Josie greeted their many friends starting at nine thirty Dr and Mrs Julian Ricklcwere telling about the time they called thir children trom Israel Solma said. "This i~ Mommie." The youngest answered, "Mommie who 1 Dr Judd Breakstone and his pretty red headed wile. Dr and Mrs. Leo Levin. Dr and Mrs Sherman Kaplan, Dr and MrSol Goldmann. Dr and Mrs Marvin IfeitUS, and Dr Irving Gordon wre among the merrymakers Marvin and Barbara Brown were talking about their new dog. Charlie Brown The newly-marred Edd>e Thais were doing the Twist along with Lou's mother Mrs Lulu Glw Sisterhood memberand friends are invited to attend a donor luncheon at the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Wednesday noon After the luncheon, they will see Mena sha Skulnik in "Uncle Willie Part ot the proceeds will help expand Temple youth and school activities Reservations are being handled by chairmen Mrs Manuel Scrkin and Mrs George Balber. GIFT PARCELS TO USSR You con send almost anything to friends and relatives in Russia. Clothing, materials, footwear, medicines, watches, etc. You do not have to buy or pack the goods yourself. Duty and postage prepaid through reputable London firm. LILY STONE, local agent, Call JE 11271 Friedbergs Tell Carol's Troth Mr and Mrs Murray Fnedberg, of 5843 Twin Lakes dr.. So Miami. announce the engagement ol their daughter. Carol, to Joel Schwartz Miss Friedberg is a graduate of Miami Senior High School and the Florida College of Medical Tech nology Mr Schwartz, an electronic engineer, is presently in the research department ol Stanford University, Alter a March wedding, the couple plan iii settle in San Francisco. : B I R T H D A Z E t Mr and Mis Murra> H ol 8310 SW 30th bt., Mu 1.ounce the birth 01' twin 1 Amy Lois and Marjorii rived Dec. 30 at Eapti-t They join El\ i Ireer. Lawrence See 1. t; Proud grandmother Elizabeth Rosenberg I and aunt here are Mr and Mi lack i Kcncc Raymond TEMPLE NERTAMID ANNUAL CONCERT MAIN SAKC7UAR:' 80th St. I Carlyle A.e SATURDAY, JAN. 13 8 P.M. Featuring CANTOR GOMBERG CAMP HILLDALE COED 4 TO IS MONTKEUO NV 8 Weeks $375 MODERN CAMPING 115 BOYS t GIRlS SPECIAl TtIN PROGRAM All SPORTS POOl LAKE. BOATING (ISM ING TRIPS RIDING INSTRUCTIONS. 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Friday. January 12. 1S62 +J(nisti fkridian Page 9-B Jttrmin yours, dk ^ %  0 .! woman, ihp post-holiday a son and a beauty >a!on ,.j onymous. Despite the lact nen often find themselves man's world."' they have i i:-.d advantage over men. mai does nut have the refuge he hair dryer in Ihe beauty }|o\v many b u .> y tnon v aid relish the opportunity of Iting in a comfortable, tipholstered chair, m an air-conditioni %  shop, have coffee served them —and all the while be virtually l> lated from the mad pace of l-,i world? No telephones, no inv l ate d cisions, and most inv k: ant ol all, an hoi.r to be alone |v i e's thoughts. • is lime for a woman lo %  he may plan menu*, par wonder about clothes, ponisiness or -larital problem.*. %  i r the children, or do some ..-huir^d philosophizing, • %  I your columnist, in thi> idaj -i ason il means lime %  k .ibout the many events ed during the past year — I acquaintances and friend%  renewed, the new face* later merged into personand the anticipation of i rial activities ahead. fin the mere personal side, it ia r s a bit of nostalgia and a ng 11 gratitude for a mo*t TP COR many of you, the question %  has often risen as to how your name appeared in this col.'" • when wc didn't stop and cha! Many ol your friends have he'ped cut. In addition to these women, n case you've noted that yoar rabbis showed an unusual interest in your gowns, it's that they are my cheerful "right hand" a; many gatherings. There are always so many women who are attractively dressed, and there is generally never enough time personally to stop and talk between dinners and -.takers Your rabbis know the names well, and colors are still basically within the realm of their knowledge But if your gown was peau de sole, and it turned out to be cotton, please forgive u< — and him Kabbis still have to learn their fabrics— and my optometrist has promised stronger lenses for next year. As my precious hour under the c;,>tr draws to an end. let me mention how much 1 appreciate you — my readers — your comments, suggestions, questions, and most of all your interest. May to Speak At Yafi Meet Life Member Tea Wednesday Mrs. .lack Entine will sponsor a life membership tea for Temple Bmanu-El Sisterhood on Wednes day noon at the Algiers hotel. All life members will be honored, and a special ceremony for new life members will be conducted by Rabbi Irvine; Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple F.manuEl, The program will also include "Fashions in Jewish Living." with clothes lor Sur.dav school featured. Young models will be Cindy Milnek. Maxine Firtel, and Cindy Rubin. Teen-age clothes will be by Miss Carol Blum. Proper attire for synagogue services will be modeled by Mesdames Alexander Kogan, Murray Koiel sky, Arthur Ross, Vbraham Shellman. and Harold Cnger. Highlight of the afternoon will be a "Temple wedding." with commentary by Mrs Milton Blum and Miss Susan Marbey, of Richards Bridal Salon. Mrs Leonard Glickman is life membership chairman. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president of Temple Emanu-KI Sisterhood, will conduct the brief business meeting. UN Study Group Meeting I llited -Nations Study Group "ill nuct Tuesday evening ;it WashingIon Federal Savings and Loan Assn 1244 Washington ave. The Food Agricultural Organization of the UN will be discussed, as well ;.s the topic. The United Nations and World Disarmament.'' Evio hers March Slated Tuesday Door bells will he ringing al Tuesday evening of Dade count \ New March nf Mrs. Leo Jung To Speak Here Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the I'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congregations will hold a 'personality party" on Monday evening at Young Israel Synagogue. Honored at the function will be presidents of the Sisterhoods and wives of the spiritual leaders of afliliate congregations. Mrs. Leo Jung, a national board member of the organization, will be guest speaker. over town next as the Mothers march for the Dimes I Funds freim the March, the final and major event ol the 1962 New March eif Dimes campaign, will be' used by the National Foundation in the accelerated battle against birth delect.-, arthritis anel polio. Over 15.0(10 volunteer Mothers, under the direction of Mrs. Phoebe Morse. Mothers March chairman. Mrs William II Kogen and Mrs F.laine Spinning, co-chairmen, will canvass Dade county. Mrs Morsepointed e>ut that more than 1.100 Dade county polio patients look to the National Foundation for assistance in their battle lor recovery. appreciation for the many 1 i -ij:11U-a!or\ in our commun Mortimer Mav, ct Nashville. ndcrfu year behind On the JvTm pasl na1lonal preMde -a bit of whimsy Ir z omst organization of America, was to be guest speaker at a meeting of Young Adult Friends I Of Israel on Thursday evening at | Surfside Town Hall. MiiP *VANTH> FEMAIE M ,_„ a na ti 0 nallv-noted lectur[PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR L, world-traveler, historian and '"' h r .? n C ,^^ d „ v "' ,,e ''„ k n0 v 'J,* d9 '' fl : authority on world Jewish life. i I e.n technique*, experience with i J He is honorary life president of | the Southeast region of the 7.0A. and recently returned from his 20th study tour of Israel, where he attended sessions of the Kichmann trial. Skulnik Play Will Help Sisterhood Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a night at the theater with Menasha Skulnik fur a second succesMve year on Thursday. Jan 18, at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Appearing with the noted Yiddish actor in "Uncle Willie" is his wife, Anna Roman. Last year. Skulnik helped the Sisterhood score a financial success with "The 49th Cousin." "We expect another sellout." said Sisterhood program co-chairmen Mrs Sam Badanes and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. There will be no advance in boxoflice prices for the play, which ran on Broadway and is reputed to be a personal triumph for the veteran actor. In "Uncle Willie." Skulnik is a peddler in the Bronx who trie s to find a suitable suitor for his niece. 1 media. Startmi salary $7,500. Send • %  mn to %rs -Jessica P. Schwar*. GERTRUDE ft. STUN, INC., AGENCY w-t 48 St New York 36. N Y. HUP WAMTED FEMALE FIELD REPRESENTATIVE work out cf Wash., D.C. office. t< trawel. Experience with com. 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Page 10-B +Ji*i &t i nurkMi&r Friday. January 12, 1962 Johanna Martzy, Brahms Slated The Unlversitj of Miami Sym phonj Orchestra. Pflbien Seviuky condi ili perform ihrm. Women Slate Fund Drive Annual fund drive conducted by the womens chapters of National Children's Cardiac Hospital is scheduled for ihiweekend to raise urgent!) needed monies for both the maintenance and new building funds ot the hospital devoted to the diagnosis and treatment oi rheumatic and cot genital heart disease in c hildn i Throughout n !nc Miami and South Broward area, the cam paign w:il cover office buildings and hotels en Friday, under the direction oi Richie Assail Satur day's empha>i> will be on solicitations m shopping unteicoordin atcd by Estelle Sasloe. j,nd ih e door-to-door drive aU take pi ace Sunday, headed by Kve Zinner On Miami Beach, whin tharea coordinator is Buniei D inn .-,'i three phases will be covired Sjturday. Other area coordinators %  :],,, e.inij>ai.mi to help young "ci i| L without crutohes" aae Dianni lie?! nay. Nonh Dade chapt• Bella Jacobson, Miami .chapt-r ave Emmer. Flamingo chapn • Bsteue Sasloe, South Dadi eha and Virginia Wood north AOOJ chapter Mrs. Kenneth Oka. fust lady of Miami Beach, areets Israel's firs! ladv oi song and iilms, Shoshana Damari. who is heading the Israeli revue, "Land of Milk and Honey. in the Exodus room ci the Monte Carlo hotel. Looking en :s Orfice; J. Whitaker. Dean Weil Specks Here Variety Mag. Cites Miamian A • lhe Barker (,it lication oi the Variety Gluts li lernational, features Al Hirsch in a feature presentation in:. \ d Barker in the News H --: Miami Tent No. 33, is shcwi th world-renowned columnisi Walter Winchell. who has dub!-i him "Mr Varietj Hirseh, of Royal Palm Beauty S.-pplies of Miami, is well-known tor his charitable contributions tc the sick, poor, crippled, handicapped, underprivileged in hospitals, homes for the aged, and ether such institutions. H< bas won a variety of service awards !<>r his many activities, among them the complete beauty shop he donated to the Jewish Home for the Aged and Ml. Sinai Hospital here. Dean J -< ph Weil, ol the college of eng ncei ng al the University oi Florii as to ad ress a mi mber -;>,:: meet of the Greater Mii-hapti i of the Women's Di> is • Society tor Techi • Thui sday 10 30 a m at the 1 me oi Mrs Sol Shayi I Bi&caya dr. T< hnn Israel Institute oi l,, hi ..;• *as founded in 19'.2. and ..has ai enrollmeni oi .,,„,, ... ith an addi• i -, 500 sti I %  'Isku g exti sion coursi Wom %  Divisioi I r< chnion ...... mg the expenses i; ci rn d : y lai i t} claries, lull i n s, bo ks .. : s( i tif*c equip n i • rma I i hi is Mi %  rn ai I chairman :Mrs. M A. 1 Mrs. Xai %  %  %  : % %  s iBIENVENTDOS! EL CENTRO DE LAS AMERICAS OPEN FOR DINNER 6 P.M. !o 10 P.M. Every Iveninq lxc>-! Sjnao, .--. cosmopolitan welcome to this cotorfuj clubrooraa i with Miami's most evening menu ... famoi.* .,;..-.. tmcrican specialties ...as well ai your favorite American dishes .. deftly served by uniformed "toreadors J^na esteemed ^ .. private luncheon club, rl < cntio u ao open evenings u> all lovers of fine food. Make tonight an hi Ceniro evening! AT IHIi SCH1NE m LLIS1£IL Hom I laatct Street at Biscayne Boulevard, Miami RFSERVATIONS: PHjnkwn *-*IM Zi Bi Disrti tion mas Bi man Cfcr Wl rend rietyt atal Mava tltat ^ %  ualneas Meeting, #> %  anquel, or ^ • petclal Occasion ^ t You*n find complete facilities to excxtly sotltfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheheroiade and Rubolyat Rooms, be it for • wadding or a private party I fete Information* HAZEL AU'SON CATtBING DlRtCTOf JE 1-6061 Mtn t. a Coltln. *•. CATERING... (I frt DIPLOMAT %  %  Reception-.. Bam. Dinnera (torn 20 to 2000 catered nner o Trie Diplomat ..an unhunnd, HOiivwoco WA 3-BIII MIAMI pm 1-0711 I "loirti.tton M. Jan, C*it"ig Minsgr DIPLOMAT i?0O 'e*t of Ocr*n PrtV** owl-t>y "• *•- 10 .,.u



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i aVl January 12, 1962 Jen ist Ikrirl, tr Page ll-B Students Prepare Rabhi Narot Lectures For Competitions hi Daring trapeze artists perform breathtaking tricks j in the 1962 World Premiere ot Rmgling Brothers Id irnui and Bailey Circus, coming to Miami Beach Cont: Hall on Ian. 24 to 28. Zionist Boards Meet Here g, Ci' ;i:cr Miami Djjti '.;.im>t Organizelion \r< ..'ii i" hold ., noting on Thursday evening Venetian Isles motel, aci -ii Louis B. Kudnuk. chair ho Presidents Council. B< Hi i.. I.I -i r\i (i as chairmaa ; %  >'• ;<'< a'lr oi IsCvus Needs Singers %  Circle Chorus i* cur• nee i ol singers in a vainges The chorus tlarly Friday evenings [ton ave. -ael Stars, was 11 submit a full report on the event Rudnick was o outline future plans ol the or(ajiization A newl>-re\ iscd color film The ZOA in Israel.' uas to be shown \i-<> participating in the program were to be Arthur Rosichan. director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, scheduled to discuss -Role ol the ZOA in the Combined Jewish Appeal." and Paul Kwitney, past chairman of the Greater Miami Zioni.-t Youth Commission, in an address on "Youth Activities in Greater Miami." Merman Ueintraub was to be in | charge ol arrangements \ studentof Beth Torah Con e gation religious school are actively preparing ti participate in three contests supervised by the Bureau ol Jewish Education of Greater Miami. Abraham .1. Gittelson. education director, announced this week Select students ol the upper grades are studying the %  '' %  % %  ^ in preparation fi r the regional finals "I the annual National Bible Contest, which will be held here in Miami on Mar 4 Students will be required to have .i complete knowledge of the contents of six books of the Bible, and will participate in both written and oral examinations with the winner in the Miami area participating in the national fir.als in New York City in April. Two years ago, Jonathan Shamres. ;i member ol the Beth Torah school, placed first in Miami and eighth in the national competition Concurrently, student artists and essayists are preparing for the essay-art contest which centers around the theme ol "Peace — Man'Responsibility to His Pellowman." Prizes in this division include SlOt) and $50 United States Savings Bonds awarded b\ the Bureau of Jewish Education and the American Jewish Congress. Also, students at Beth Torah are preparing for the annual Hebrew Vocabulary Bee. in which all Greater Miami Jewish religious schools will participate at the winter meeting ol the Bureau, Finals in the school itself "ill be held the last week in J.inu.irv /Mother^*...the on|y unsalted Kosher-Pareve margarine with pure golden corn oil! you'll ;njoy this new, flavorful .spread that's ideal for %  day's salt-free diets. Made with polyunsaturated. pure golden -orn >il Mother's tmsalted (sweet i margarine contains n< animal fats, no dairy fats, and has 80'; more Jinoleate? for extra diet benefit* and health protection '"•' your family. Delicious, smooth-spreadinfr Mother's unsalted margarine (in the ruby-colored foil package) gives you ill these advantages— plus a great introductory money-saving jffer! roauiBnTOii#HaiI Also available lightly salted in the Kold foil package-at 5< off the regular price "•"< MIC ;,*,; LMl KITCRKNS or MOTH % .' FOOD PRODUCT* INC, NKWA*K I. HI. Available at >D FAIR STORES, PUBUX MARKETS, STEVENS MARKETS, IFTY SUPERMARKETS, and other leading supermarkets. Adult Discussion Group "Can Politics and Religion Mix?" will be the subject ol u talk Tuesda> %  > p m al Dade Heights Jewish Congregation's adult discussion group. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Groves for prompt handling. a %  "* T INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (full iMci'r '•" w,n '*"t— •"' 1 Grapefruit mnlr) In 'fruit protector' gift carton* 901b. box $11.95 Full bushel „ 8.50 V* bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 1.75 Compara quality ana prieaa. Tail aanl k.it Rich Dal* for aupar* alua. Cricaa Inciudt salivary aicapt Ai Miami Districts ol the 7.\ mist Or^ /alien of America for endowing a room at ihe Kfar S '• er Agric||ltural Training School maintained by the ZOA in I-; tel Citation was made bj Dr Morton J, Robbing nation i '/. mist lea ler, and \ ice chairman of the Nati n al Ex< cutive I ouncil of the Z< (A Mechlow was also recenl I by the national organization for devising an easj payment plan for endowment of rooms at tl ".ool through estate Ii ;acies %  < Kenneth Myers to Speak Beth David's monthly parentteen-age breakfast uiii take place Sunday, preceded by religious services in the chapel at 9:30 a.m. Attorney Kenneth Myers will be guest speaker. His subject is "An American Observes the Jewish Communities dt (he World." Bikur Cholim Luncheon Slated Luncheon and card par:> will bo held by Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center on Wednesday noon. Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. president, said lhat three members v. ill be honored. Mrs Elsie Eisener, Mrs. Fanny Gorman, and Mrs Phillip Richman. The luncheon will be hold in the social hall of the Center Member Tea Set Wednesday Beth El Congregation Sisterhood will hold a membership tea on Wednesday evening al Dora \u ftusl Auditorium. 500 SW 17th ave A musical, "The Housewife Blues That Disappeared." will be presented Co-directors are Mrs Solomon Schifl and Mrs Fanny Ames. i ,.-i includeMesdames Abe duel. Sam Miller. Max Rapp i Sol Weger, William Swimmer, Clara Kahn Phillip Kostick, and Abe Peppei Mrs Minerva Cohen is pianist Membership chairman is Mrs Max Rappaporl Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day -\I3P MOND fSTAL fSfSf/£R SALT fcoAR$ ei Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. 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" Page 12-B vjenisr Fk>ridlian Friday. January 12. Itol Jai-Alai Pays Ofi Fans a; the Dania Jai-Alai Palace have taken extremely well to the new three dollar correct a and daily double wagers, especially in view of the payotts Two second game correctas paid ill excess Of $900. with one payoff at S993 30. 1 hen. a first game correcta. an 8-7. returned a United states record jai-alai payoff of $1,215. So far this season, the Dania Palace has shown an increase in both attendance and pan-mutel handle. Air-Cond. In4. Com. no'll Alt ;cialrtnl at tOltt it. • MIAMI IIACM Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl % % %  Ml %  KOSHER MEALS INCU'DfD $10 Dly. per pers. dbl. occ 20 of 105 rms J-in 4-20. $15 SINGLE OCC. other rates available • FREE: TV and radio in every room Cnaise lounges and mats Free SELFPARKING adjoins hotel — and many other features • DIETARY LAWS and SaDbath strictly observed. Salt and sugar-free diets Mashgiach on premises. Call direct ABEGEFTEB Miami Beach JE 4-2141 PB'Vilt BEKH KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DMMNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS Co-Owner % !" *h POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT 1 AND GARDENS ( AMERICA'S NEWEST, MOST FABULOUS DININ6 SNOW PLACE ATLANTIS HOTEL Dining ffoem Banquet Parties j Bar Mitzvahs 1 Weddings 25 r s ., Social per kt'ton I up FUHCt I0P. • LUNCHEONS Call Norman for Reservations JE 1-0381 2655 COLLINS AVE. Doral Country Club, which opened recently? sportinu somof the biggest, trickiest and be>t conditioned greens in the area Golfer.who three-putt on Doral's sreen> don't have to be apologetic Even the pro.will have a tough time holms out in regulation, Coolish weather can't keep the early ayem Sunday golfing regulars away from Bayshere. Not long after sunrise, you'll find Metro Commissioner Harold 8 Spaet, Stu Newman, Bill Segal, Micky Kraus, Ed Melnicker, Ray Yunes, Ted Sewell, Charles Maxwell, Murray M. Sheldon, Dave Finkel, Hal Kayes. Dave Gcimin. Hal Hertz waiting to tee-off. What a difference an cxpre.ssvvav make-! Have you driven over the new extension, from the Julia Tuttle Causeway, to the airport'.' You're there in less than 15 minutes from Arthur Godfrey rd. L'sed to take almo>i an hour from the Beach when traveling west on 3Sth >t. •* THE SCREEN SCENE: Chalk up another award for "El Cid.' which continues to do big business at the box office of the Roosevelt Theatre. Scholastic Magazine has honored the Charlton Heston Sophia I.oren wide screen production with its Bell Ringer Award to "Samuel Bronston and Allied Artists for a film of outstanding beauty and dramalic power." "West Side Story." [irsl ihoice of the N Y. Film Critics, continues its merrv musical way at the Sheridan Also a wide screen color production, it probably has the liveliest and most vivid dance sequences ever put on film. Natalie Wood plays the loud Another ranking musical movie, "Flower Drum Song," holds over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Nancy Kwan, Myoshi Umeki and James Shigeta head the predominant and highly skillful Oriental cast. "Judgment at Nuremberg." a highly dramatic filmization of Nazi judges brought to justice for their misdeeds, highlight.an exceptional cast, including Spencer Tracy. Hurt Lancaster. Marlene Dietrich. Judy Garland. Richard Widmark. Montgomery Clift and Maximtllian Schell. Continuing at the Lincoln THE NIGHT BEAT: Another hu.-hi.nd and wife singing team. Dick Hayraes and Fran Jeffrie-, are featured at Eden Roc Pompeii room this week. Miss Jeffrieis not to be confused with Ann Jeffrie-, show biz panne: and wife of Robert Sterling Comedian Guv Markand the dance group of Lolita l)e Carlo, with Remy and Kelt)-, also contn bute to the stellar entertainment Dean Murphy, well-known, far and wide, for hiremarkable mimicry of the late, great FDR. is now tbe hol of the plush Club GiGi at the Fontainebleau Ben Novack couldn't ha\e marie a better choice. Dean has hundreds of friends and admirers in this area alone, not counting the many more who have seen and heard his act out of the state. Few entertainers, both native and foreign, who have played here, have caught on as quickly as vivacious Shoshana Damari, the Israeli songbird making her local bow as star in the revue at the Monte Carlo Exodus room. She sings in 10 languages, and her versatility of material is amaiing, including both modern and classical tunes. The Israel dancers are also part of the fast-paced show, with Will Cocper holding the comedy and emcee post in excellent fashion. Frank Matthi I his violin group are now featured al ;lu Fin side restaurant in Coral Gables Belle Barth returns to Copi City for a special two-da; ei igemenl ght and tomorrow Jan \2 and 13 before n inung hei regular nightlj pi rfornTSnces on Saturday Jan. 20. I tir-t heard Damita Jo when she .vas a member cl the Red at Copa City a few years ago Now she come into her well-d( v. too, as a singing -tar. successful on records and in • clubs She's headlining at the Diplomat's Tack room Mand; Campos orchestra plays for show and dancing The Hampton House Club'new winter revue, "Swing a La introduces two New Yorkers, singer Rosita Davis and orgauist Rectoi Bailey, and hi.trio Napoleon Reed continues as director and producer of the twice-nightl) -how AROUND TOWN: Art Bruns has been named chairman ol the Heart Ball at the Playhouse ol the Miami Springs Villas, Thursday, Feb 22. Mrs. Manuel Gonzalez, wife of Dr. Gonzalez, is co -chairman The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, under the direction of Sam Donahue. will provide music and entertainment for the ball. Reservations ma) be made by calling the Heart Assn., FR 3 5511 or Mr. Bruns at the Miami Springs Villas. Cantor Vigoda will officiate Friday and Saturday night in the synagogue of the Coronet hotel. Rabbi Mayer I. Herman invites the general public to the services. The Cantor is well known to Jewish communities in both the United States and Canada. Fabian Storey and hiorchestra, who've been featured at Hollywood Beach hotel and Westview Countrv Club, arc now available for parties and special occasion.His now phono number is.JF 2-6523 Versatile Johnny Bachemin. at Murray Franklin's popular nitery, is amusiny with his amazing routines Ho shares the spotlight with Kay Carole and Tommy. Terr) Haven the Cookies Sterling anil Hail > % Jewish American Homemade Cooking PARK CENTRAL DINING ROOM Breakfast from 8:30 til 11 Dinner from 4 'til 8:30 Ph. JE 8-1611 7-Course Dinner $1.60 640 Ocean Drive Copa City DADE BLVD., MIAMI BEACH BELLE BARTH & CAST 2 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JAN. 12-13 Make Reservations Now JE 2-6431 RE-OPENING SATURDAY, JAN. 20th FOR THE SEASON SPECIAL PRICES FOR ORGANIZATIONS > > O o > > > > > > > > O C^ e *^' CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE Best ApiritH in Town Goee" Selection Imported" Urine OfEN 5:30 to 10 P.M. Clotei fridmy (Ample Parkin* in *or 128 N.I. 17th STREET Tel. FR 4-8825 ...* e -... STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant (19th CONSECLT VE YEAH Under Sam* Manigcmrnt 1>I.IU>T v\'.' l:l-T KNOWN HAIRY RfcMTAlRANT SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT JT 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 3+ u Ph. UN 6-6226 SAND-ELL Ph. UN 6-5278 Strictly Kosher CATERING WEDDINGS • PARTIES • BAR MITZVAHS 7446 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, Fla. "MA0r-r0-6O" COOKED fOODS KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT Phone JE 2-1671 • KN CH • COVPimtNTAftr MM SIXVID WITH DINfifE* ON HMDJY NIC CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1451 Collins Ave. • KREPLACH • KISHKf • fWATZO BAILS • MEAT • FISH • STEAt • CHOPS Rab tin pmei lg I ebre StM ick ] The ade r !li I cc Beci iche i nifl Tem tC oi hick vvil ;ting Edel d I Perfect 4 •oad\ e is n cc RSttW TO LOW CALORIE MEALS Lee jrraj Mi Solve that weighty problem ade ] serve plenty o* nutritious. W a August Bros. Srted • %  '""s he from select *pring wheat *'<" Pl contain* no shorten,* Thef e gn el. • BOHEMIAN I* Bar r vv; irnm Orel n St; • IAGEIS • VIENNA • EGG fl • FRENCH MEAD EGG EOv-^icHJ HARO <*tzv 'vice) nter. I ofl iichi Jc mm.^U^rT.Tfi^ M FR" 3t I •SUM!



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13B < ay. January 12. 1962 %  fJewlst) FkriidltoF J^ar Jan. 13. at Miami jn ebre\f) Con^rj:a!ion. SevflB is the son of Mr. and Mrs IT His l^merantz. 1861 SW 14th ler. The fear Mitzvah is a seventh •ade iirning %  \ Israel Grea; i Rabbi Sher n SUv. r ( iiKiain Lee is n el Mr. and Mrs array (Jartner. 17] \'E I p. Mia: ;u h. He is a seventh %  m ade H : -indent ; North JvC rt.amt !•..(;, Junior Hiuh and mtkV 1'.. > .-.oiii Troop 130 s hot .> ..:< .-taiiip-collcctmt! lur d pla. ::.( a.eordion. niniThe'%; : %  Mitzvah is a member of e gricuatinj: class of YUIUILI Isel. AN"* ... Richard Tedlow rd Tedlow will become Bar during Saturday morning .Ian. 13. Bl the Israelite Rabbi Morton Malavsky male. rd is the son of Mr and WftV POLICY Ec-pinninp with Feh. 1 there will be a service charge lor all Bar Mitzvah photographs appearing in The Jewish Meridian. Announce ments of Bar Mitzvah celebrations will continue to be published gratis as before. The service thar;-< is for photo%  ::.only. l u r: t: < r information is %  i from The Jewish Floridian business office, FR %  tfrs %  '. fn %  Te> • %  1970 SW 32nd pi. H at the Israelite '< %  • .: relij school and at• %  • %  -. i it Shei andoah n hi plays cornel ii lh< bai .: R hard's % %  < 11\ ice al the Isi Center. • Ellen Schachler '.i rman N Shap io will of. • the I .ir/...'. ol Ellen .-. turdaj morning, Beth David Congrega tion. Eilen i' '.i daughter oi Mr. and Mrs Michael J, Schachter she in the eighth grade al ; iln tl ir High School, where she bi longs i" the Baton Corp* and the Future Tea hi rs pi \merica. She '•..atti nded daily religious scl for eighl yt ars. In her h o n u r. ,\lr and Mrs, Schachter will hosl the kiddush lowing the Bas Mitzvah ceremonj Sarford Sokolow Temple Zion will be the site • %  tne Bar Mitzvah of Sanford Alan Sokolow on Saturday inormg. .Ian is. with Rabbi Allied Waxman ol ficiating. Sanford is ihe son of Mr and Mrs Sidr.ej Si kolow and grandson ol Mr an Mrs Herman Sokolow \ eventh gi ade studi nl I Si u!h M mi Juni'r Hi h Si hool, he is a till Council plans I e as a %  Ihe Temple con ici %  r" or h oi ... %  Ron; n of Mr. an Julius Kaplan. : itl wU eighth grade al Nau ilus Junior High, \ here hi plays n Ihe school band A party for the Bar Mitzvah and his friends will follow the service at Ihe Barcelona hotel Terry Rosenfield Terry Joel Rosenfield will hecome Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning, Jan. 13. at Temple Emnnu-EI. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman officiating. Terry is the son of Mrs. Beatrice ; Rosenfield and grandson ol Mr and Mrs. Louis Rosenfield. of Brooklyn. He is a student at Ida M Fisher Junior High School, where he is an honor student in spelling. His hobby is stamp collecting. Reception in his honor will be held at Michel's restaurant on Sunday. ADL Official to Speak Temple Emanu-Kl will present Arthur Spiegal, associate director %  A the Florida regional office of •he Arm Defamation League of B'nai B nth. i s -nest speaker at its weekly Youth Service and Breakfa.-t on Sunday. His topic


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Paoe 14-B fJenisii FicridHan Friday, January 12. iggoj Confab Invites Menorah Rabbi World Council i'i Synagogues, ;ii filiated with i ho Conservative movement, will hold itsecond an DIM i convention m Jerusalem CM Mi 29 to 31. The United Synagogue of America, affiliated with the l e i s h Theological Seminary ol America. ,i.-,*-p^iwjKii>> Rci *uai.u'-sponsor of the World Council ol Syna j: .ui'> and has invited Rabbi Mayer Abramowiti, of Temple Menorah. to participate in the con vention's session on "Youth and the Synagogue." Dr. Bernard s gal, national director ol the United Synagogue ol America, has announce ii At the convention, delegates will hear Ihe outstanding leaders "i Jewry in presentations on a variety ol fields of Jewish religious and communal affairs. Rabbi Abramowitz has served .is director hip packages of warm clothes, woolen cloth, and other winter items to relatives in Russia. "All red tape and customs are taken care of." explained Mrs Stone. "Fine British woolens are shipped directly lrom England at substantial savings." Mrs. Stone may be contacted at the Shelborne hotel Oh LEGAL NOTICE t ii i7 r i c == llll LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW II. Ii.I. Ifill • BENJAMIN LEWIS STONE iVt-m vi., di. i '-• t %  ; II. %  "• ml i v MI. nil" r nl T, ni i :i hi IIK ..I-" pi • -. n I • found im In a %  •' • %  I ii, -., IHII In ileneral I Ii %  -•• IHI nnil ,. i -.. 1 %  II r., i. i-h %  HI i 111\l II. I •' I > • I ., ,k---. "•• %  •'!.. Ilablil Karl -• %  ••I. i .. In. nnil Ira %  : i. iwn -i%  %  and iwi;: % %  .::• %  %  :. %  ^--r^ r'.fi3S> '"'-"•** %  jf,,, ,| I RlVI N %  (hi w ..i fond lillPUBLIC NOTICE T'nIin n : • i % %  >••'ini'\i:ii; r i \ IV\I.I'M\N now lb. N.'Ti.'K IM IIMthHY IIIVKX .1 .,.,.,• i WMi'MWS i*t'T Ihe IIMI. i-in'i.-.i. diirlng I I RATE STORK I. u N.W liualneaa undci iht fl. ill .. SHERMAN RUBIN J -".:',.' %  '-. on. New K.d "A vernier'M thai IIIK THE Zl\ A APARTMENTS,, ,,,.; „.,. ., builder. 11. .. WAI.DMAN Rer %  ie.t. d Ni.tr. I tame, Miami Reach ,,.,. .,,,.„, I,. : %  Ml iml Hi %  '• I Elk" 'I I ...,|--i Ullll rfnlu NI .. -Ii -. I ...||-. %  • I" IIN a Re, %  %  -.II. Leonard Mini R ilauah'n. Ml* IN THE CRCUIT COURT OF 'HF I I'ooliel S. • v II • %  -it I '• • ELEVF NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF II ni NVwinnn K • •' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY DA1ftOu>AUL ,~ No 2C 196 .. .1 -.\*\.;?tii . I a, '' % %  nl %  : %  %  | | III Hii-Mimhell ill I'* .,, %  • %  .1 in Vim I. ill Sli-i Sii|i|il • i ... %  „ • nil IM.I 'i IUKIH ....... '..I. I I IV III .. • II' .ill} MRS. JEAN KUPPERMAN V T >i -: %  : I I • 1 \ \ i \ |' -. !l|l-: IIHl llll WHII I..J .... \.. %  I'll I I.I I MRS IDA TUCKER mi „ M ll. Shi -.ir\l\id i .. %  -1 • • %  Mr*. v ..ml Mi Km I %  : %  • mm and mn KI .. nd. hihl Si .... Klvei'*ldi M in. %  I. I : JOSEPH H ROTHENBERG | -• |i I .. Ill V >i .iry HKO fr*>i N. \ J nnil IM limned In M HI' I I I :! k Surv i\ inn • • %  Ri -. • u .'., UKIIII I -. Mr* Kdli I r.: %  •• %  k and Mr• •••ion. All. n .... • and %  < -i-i' • Sei vlcea w. r. Jnn 1th Klda MII ni .ii i "IIHIl. .Mi. .II nl Sin I i In i .< • hii wlf. ... IM.I,. IM R >II Sle\ %  n Mild Randall \ ., .i.i mill p. Inn.' i v\. -i -i. i Hill Hi "in \| ..'Ii>".•' In hi i -• %  • • i' I He, n Km H.-m. JACOB H KAT2 ; %  • <\\ -• -• .1 .1 \... %  _" %  • luhai B. S. M'H -.•II. and v. i\ n il Si I *'i' n Jnl a line.Life Contract Release Told AHKI. .: \i:/. I. I '• fi ndanl NOTICE BV PL'BL CATION •|i\HKI.i i.v CAHJU • %  ..r -i.i I'utirl and -.i-1. KAItl. 11 U' '.%  !< %  'W "I"-' %  • • %  • i,l„ mi'i \ \. i Mi i a., -. %  fi I '• I.I 'i %  %  i ....; A ill bi laki-n af -..I I '.,• %  .1 i K l: ii" \ |-l||-l;\| l: K M IA M \\, I', i •!• -U IN THF C. RCU'T COIRT OF THF ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'OA IN AND FOR nAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 61C TM> lease of the concreuatmn lrom a KIRST rin-*n VNI> life contract voted several years i ago to Kahbi B. Leon llurwitz Temple Zamora ol Coral Gables this week announced the formal re|'|.TI'I:M:II:.;. I'lainil'f. Nathan Da\ idOW. president of the •• M:IV--. IV U M.I i i v .•: \n i M Temple. v,.uh' the announcement. "*{* !" Z"Z ,,RA,MM "-"''' NOT CE OF SUIT Rtbbi llurwitz. durinB his cvcn TO ILMIIUSCIV WII. I *M URAIIAM MORRIS GREENBERG ...:. ..• 4."i M. i Idian HV-.. dl. .1 i>.. I! Ill .,' .. her* -,\. n > i rn UBH I Sell Yi'i).. Suivll Inu ;.r^ h..v • < '• I .1. a II. I .i >"ti. I' Si I i. mi* ; in i: I, • -..:•Memni lal (' HIM I MRS. BERTHA MEADE ;.;, ..r I'uo NK nth • > %  !!• d IHi SI Shi ...miin-i\ >!'.if fixnn New V..-K >.i \r. mi. itre her hui*liand, MIA. four ilauKhter* Im-lndlni M %  •-. Ctaarkille UnUbera; AMI. 1' u..ilid. llil.i • ii il< i : r. • ;: %  .. %  -1 %  Iiil.ir i •! .-• l \ I..-\\ i. 1.. • ill |li • TUIII .i I I li.rii. years ol tenure ;:t Zamora. was active In many local civic, religious, and cultural organization*. He is currently -.pirilual leader of Temple Israel of Daytona Beach LEGAL NOTICE IN THF COUNTV JUOOF'S COURT IN AND FOA DAOF COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 4718C IN l:l". H.-i:.ii of RHCIN M.I' I". I'.II.I.MilH. D HERMAN SPILFOGEL :. ..f MS l"Hi -t on .1 1 •• i Hi ..mi hi r. i. • • %  ai HKO from RrtiokK n. and ii.i ; %  retired I .o i--'i -|. .... > 11. ; %  u are hlH .\ i*. •* --i • •.. two HOI I.i %  ii.< %  -I .ind Kenni I and .i dauichti Diana s,. .. .-r. II l:i\. r-i.li VImm ..1 i Ii. pel, 111. .II i-.l id I illi'TMV URAIIA M Ii u Ifi • %  ii" .. I, nd if iii ad. ii ii.A i, hi I|I -. .-.ii-..lecaleee, -i in*,--. .I--;I;IMI-. ill-nil--. %  .1 :. i |i mti. and -.u nai llea having or i-tatintlns -•• IHI • an] rurht, lltl • %  tnt-areal In Ihe |irnpe:-l\ili-. nh> ,1 hi.-*.iii Ri-:sni:xi i: INK.VHU \ Vim an in•-. bi notified thai I' %  ... .....i..:.., ,.:.; I........... ii, % %  %  ••• % %  : %  ::-. i %  ,"-.-.. %  i '..ni: ..f ih. .1 -nl lit! i'i. inn Ida ni and for l >ad ''ountj • .1..-.. ,i mortjajiATe imon -iiii'• di -• riUd %  *l HI oiiei '> : I...i i". BI.. ; -i.' i v I'l.'.S" TO ."M'.'.l. iTl'V. lu ihiri;n 'In :• of, ri • NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME L'rt XI nii-i: is in-':' us i :r. II I, lah'lna* t. %  liii-liu milei Ih. %  i" II It I l N INTKHX i riON \\ ||h .-•..lend, ) ,i i.., me' with lli. i*li 'I! 'OUT I Ol I v.. -i |l I MRS ll'I.IA XK> Rnl NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'IITR'K If* II ihi mi'. l.'IMII. -• %  %  • %  %  il %  .. \l;l \ I.I ii'. •"' S\l,\ : | a I S I ree I M I |< II. I Iii I •-• Intel -..i'i "..MI. ,.f |||. i i i '..ini' I Kl-'i "I.. KAKTi ir.RAVI I VIIONO.NNK HRKTi'S SMITH II \M \ i im II. \n for Sa-lo %  line Hi elm VRI.VI K BKA1 TV S\l.< Hi li..' i • H Smll IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF T. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCO.' FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERV No. 6?C f6 n i r snE i >:i 'I'R 11. SAVI \. %  I IMLOAN ASS. ii IT I. IN • [CXKW V.illK ITTV. I'laiiHMf. > Mill..mil i: ni..!. .. a DOR!* 1 II VI.I.. hi> uil. I ii fandaiiiNOTICE OF SUIT ll'.i Mll.l.MlU K l IM. HI l 'HIS P IIAl '.. hii> SiSi s.w ::ih Mw • UMahoiua •'.:y, ukUhoi 1 1 u V. eIi In J:. t:. (t^ If IN Idi in and for i -.,... %  .. II.-\ io i • !... a nun •,.•.. Inn • l. -. i-. .t •. .il -. %  l>.l IS in III. %  • i. ..•' V—'"T I'ARK •I >-:.(hereof, .•"• di il III F Ii.T Kii %  : .,' I-i,'.-. ..r Mi.P iBlli !: %  '.i'• I Had. *" inly, l'i"t ••.. I are n„ ..... • -v • %  pj;. Intlff i-idal n l II • I* the 'I. rV ..f Ihe .%  .''' %  rl and "i.ihi • %  p .ilni I..rn. M MIT IN I NT. II I' -Prompt Day and Nicht Service" MHIrllM.rklUIVIIT PLUMBING CONTRACTORS FOI SAIES, SERVICE OR REPAIRS PHONE PI 7-0*04 •443 PARKWAY MIVE MIAMI SNORES, FLORIDA W"ift OF INTFNTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FiNAL DISCHARGE NuTI.'K Inn In tin n linn in I(l< •! •• %  ri"l HI-I-.I' and IN I it Inn f..r I'i-i ibiiti.'ti and I "in.. I I'i., ^ roe a a V>tn n**r* ..f il lali of H nakt i" %  • <" %  '•••' -"''ii-.!. i'.'i.-.ii R.iildtns Mia ii. i ..n ih.IStta d> ••' l-ii.i.:... Klorlda, II. •• lal i hVhruari IS will aniilj ••• Ih. tlonorahli ... „ %  ,.,,.. .. ... .. mm ,., •'..nni\ lu.luinf Hail-.'..tii.lv Florida foi a|i|>roval .•( aald rlnal Report and foi 'iiidistribution ..ini final rtla•. ..i'...-i|i. ..i ihi.-:..!• of ihe ..I'.'W'-ii.inii .1 ii. .I. I.I Thl* • lanuui %  IS*; Rei-onla • %  I'.iii t'oin %  ... .ri-i '. led lannai i '•. % %  i: R I.K ITIIKRM IN' %  'I. i K of thi I' %  ill <' %  • .-. .,1 1 |:. li ii.' v -s KSSI KI! I M \RTIX PINK VII PI • %  • I %  i I -.nlI II! • Miami 12 Hi CARPET LAYING and REPAIRING RUGS CLEANED. DYED and DEMOTHED 26 S.W. South River Drive Phones FR 9-1155 & FR 1-2007 ACE 111 U CLEANERS FURNITURE CLEANING WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERV No 62C 166 I'.' 'I %  I %  N I I I i -iN. N I ndani SUIT FOR CiVORCE I..' \ : \ S'I \ •> ',.;-%.. I'Ml.lll Ida. Togethi %  hh G.R • • -ii M -!• U K RailK) M' da] .1 %  :.' I.i... i -;. • %  % %  • fill -\. • % %  : %  |.l:, "iii: '•. mplain) i*Wrk of ilu ..;.•'•. 'a .i •'.-., %  ., • opy ih. i %  •..< -,i" •! ii-a I II ... U il:n\ KINK llih I .. nl It Id ii M i,..i I • i. i h n I %  ., 11..... i• % %  %  • • %  %  -I .it.i inal V'I 0 I l.ll.'.l .1.111 l%  I K K I.KATHKRMAN i %  ]• rl of Ih. •' •• nl '' I l I i: II I. INW i I ii |. II M MtTIN KINK VM.irm %  :.• %  I '.,' • I %  li IB II I S. l-l'-i 'I.i ., I CIRCUIT COURT • : JLO %  %  CIRCUIT. DADE COUNT-. %  %  X No f'C VIARV .IKAXJNK I % %  \ III i: 11 i '. i \ v 11. •• • NOTICE BV P'. EL CAT •. \ e AI t>ti l\ M.I.I \\l SIMS 1511.1.M< HI HAI II' M'KAR I>lI.I.Moll H il-.KY KI'KKRXIi'K \ : I. in. v for l?\i-i uli.i i_'" I. ii. .-In Road Mi.. llll Iti %  • • IN THE C. RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN' CHANCERV. No. 6'C '34-2 %  '. >: %  ;!: %  • \ \. ;< \\ i • %  \ \ \ i v-., .N \ II.IIV 1 II I i NIK IR I i I M AI..NIK |ii NOTICE OF SUIT 'I'i M.VIX I MAI.NIK anil I iKHi IRAII I" MAI.XIK III I • ", I...I v.. i %  %  i -. notifd %  lli. %  .i n-lloi ha lii'i-ll ii Mituled -.-; v.-* In "... i null '' ''• %  '. %  % %  ; l.'iin • n md fll< orlarnal v. i • -,, i • if ih. i ..%  • ... I'll • Ih. fl \ i • • i N. ; i i i \ i 'our I on or be foil lai a ,i %  ii.nl. Pen n:. I 1 • %  Hindi -i Miami otherwise L-omplal : rtaaKe upon Ihi folloMinK Horlda, uid fill ••• %  I %  -.: b.i >ou rihed real propcrl "' I'li-adini In the ol ol :h I DATED P. • l.i.i : RuM-k "'. l-'ilts'l' i|i|i|TinN Ihe I'IIX ill %  '• rt on fori ihi • %  : B I.KATHKRMAN. < TII THI .i-ii-\ i. i-s|-vrr< si i: I 'li ILU of lfou IM.III 1U E H I.INII \ DIVISION rdlng la Ihi Plat fall to do ao. Judnmei by default will | Deputy OI< k iiii-i.nf. rdi-d In i"U• r. Pro .'.iif. --.. w Ml I • ...... nfi ..-1..i M. i • ;>'. IRI %  • a n.pj i • \ i %  i IIII N u :• -• IN E I', enter* il ..L-aiiiM i mi. I;iti-d January s. l^ii: 1 K. R I.KATHKRMAN 'Ii-i I, of '*iiCircuit iVnirt (v. ..11 K> K M I.VMXN I *putl I'li-lk MARTIN KINK i An.r ne) foi Plaintiff %  iih "-" i '-lie -* % %  • raj U illdlna Mlanil J.'. l;..--iiiu l IS-1* .'.'.. .' 2 I Miami 12, Ilor da \u. n. > f..i l ., l I2-W-24, .' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. No. 8?C 214 IK il.l.Y .!• i KINSI'Y. I'I.' il li '. I I IN THE COUNTV JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. S4734-B IN UK Kauti i • l-llIKE Mil .-.i N IK ,i NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.i All (Vadltora and, Ail t-eranm II.n > %  ''•••'" I i D*l .. .Hair -t s..i,i l.-i.il. Y" i .. ;.. n b) notified .. d <-y\ lo preaeut any cli %  unit* iiin.-h .im nut) havi aa-aln*1 Hi•-late of ISIDORE NELSON dec. NOTICE Or* WIT K'R [ %  r .. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCL FLORIDA. IN AND fORD' 1 COUNTY. 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Friday, January 12. 1962 IPM/C* fhrirtirir LEGAL NOTICE Tl IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 61C 13754 iMAS P HISS I i. rDMBHU BY HENRY IEONARD Page 15-B EI.IAIIILTH r n:.--i:\i I '.•!• II '..II! You, K i*auf ', r Hi:—in. address sresidence i i %  >.• %  ..... • .. i t. ,, your an-w-r to the complaint v.itii Hi.>.'lrk ..I ii'.ibov* i ,.iii .,i,.i S : V* a •' %  pj tli %  .• f ;., II,-, man ,-,,_ li i attorney, 1310-11 Congress Hulld•>-:. Mill ml 32, I-'.,, .: ..-.. mi i,i before January JOih, INS, > else null will he t • • n ..odAfanaed. | ..-a..,| |),., ., !>• %  Wth, '' tl C H LEATHEKMAN, Clerk. Circuit C rt, I i.ii"..uni\, i-i..iici (S-.il Bj K M '.YMAN. Deptftj Clerk v: 2, I '.-.-ii-is IN Florida, tinL'.'I SCHEER tntrix IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. ,FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54T35-A REJ Estate •}< Ri -IURT .i c--m:i:i:. i., %  ...• -..i NOTICE TO CREDITORS V"U ,i• hereb) rrotttied, aii present an> '• aims and iti'muniiv >_ which >.%  i may l...against the .-• • tat. ix RuHERT J SI'UKKR. de* ITII-I -.1. I.,-..I nuiltord County. North Carolimi, •> thCounts Judges ,.i Dud. Oil utjr, and f.le the same In dupUi Hi and is provided in Section V~: IS, l• Ida Stal • -. In their of. fi. •— in :i Count) Courthouse in id* County, 1 1 .i i n linn, olx cal11 in%  >,i i • • %  tin.. .,] li,.. %  f'-' I'lildt. a lion I. %  -••.:. or th.name iii I., i-1 ,1 I luted .it Miami, pi %  I '• %  MIXETTE An. il.ir. \ I aV:\ ESSEN, I i S i >. % %  .;..].< Bldg. .1111 is r..is-iii %  JIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF %  FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 61C-8ii4 iKehoe) lll'WK.-T MORTYJ V1K I'I.I.MI (Mi — HI %  • orii • it hi it., business in ttie s%  i ilni ft, \ s. WENDELL PHILLIPS, et l >efendants NOTICE OF SUIT PERRY i: PHILLIPS • in N W IMUl S rest Noi th Miami, Florida roi' ARE HEREBY Si ITIFIKD thin suit tinheen broughi against >..,i MIDWEST MORTliARE COMI' fY, in the above -entitl.-.l Cnurt. |.. a mortgage encumbering the *!•• in I rlbed pro iei t., to-wli %  -'. kill -il i .. Sill % %  IXl> Al'l 'I l'li IX IT" SLERRA MIKADA, according Ithpi theree r .r.l.-.i in plat %  took 84, at page -i. •>! th-public In %  I ijilr inly, i-l'.i Ida I you ar* reqntrvl t.. tile \..ur at v^ Itri the i'i% %  '• the Circuit ui i "i I -.,.1.. i m i luridn, .it i 1 • •tirthouce |n Mtami, l lorM.i. .n or |fii a Jitn.ary u**. LWI2, anl to serve i Mn-ti .. -.. er upon i >.v\ 11 %  • -XT.-'MAN. Ilirtlfl"utt ..ri-.-.. %  • ad ..-.-. ii ith Klnor Ht iin Ixl v .iK>r Street, Miami 12, Plor|:i. ..n or before M.iii date, aa ri ill '•• il,.. lawt of Ptorhh* if >x>u fall imrH .r i in I..taken t *-iit—. .| b. \ IIJ J ,, 11.., ..... |'i,, li---., arlii lientered ncalnat >ou the r. : : ,| ( • %  led in tli.con LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Vl 'TICK IS HKRKISV ilVI .s thnl hi undei un. i .1. -ii ,[,^ ,.|,_.,.;, II-.'.nil. r thi i %  %  of I'OOI, ,v P \ T I %  PI KKITl'RK SAL10S ,\ SKItVICK ;:: Klfth Street, Miami Beach Intend t. rearlid name alth the i 'in-ini '..I'ri 0 f | i al je i '....n ., e'lul I.I.I. IB \.\i' MOX< Ai:x lil.VIX SrflU.l.sT ; II VHKY Kl'KKKNK'K Attorney f..r Pun*haaerti l£0 Lincoln K.I.. Minn i Be&i h in •%  i ;-i2-i NOTICE UNOE* FirT MI • < v c • ,,.• .ViTH'i: is HBRBBT OJVEN that' *'' n •• .-.-ii..... .^ .' • !' %  .< .i iler (hi Hi i.in. .nj-ri. AI TCI! i: AX II C Mli'.\.s> MIAMI. 1 !%  •,;.' v Intet -i t.. •-. _• %  .-.,1.1 ••HI %  aiiii the Clerk •• l -.Clrcull I'.IUI t ..I iiiii. '..'iin\ r %  i. RKNl ill! %  '• il'.l'i IRATIi >\ % %  *-. --.I.. A Mt'Kt.I.ER, A.-.--. %  | .-^v I ".-:•_ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. N PR03ATE No. 54K3-B IX Ki:. I %  •.!• %  %  I'ACI.IM: WIMNSTII'S I • %  i.e I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'o A'.l I'r-d t -in I A % %  .,.. H n 'i %  i' i • liemundt, \ : --.. .i ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjenist' Fhridfair solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates tHoi Fit :MISO3 ior messenger service %  :> %  it1 .. lllir-,1 cianda •li. '%  LEGAL NOTICE hereh n< ,i i %  • i ,. ii re -. %  • en! %  \ %  %  i ii.,\ h i3ii inal •-•''• of I'M'I.IN'K WKIXBTHIN %  • I < n|.. i '.. n i ANY : i/.-l Florida, a I. IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 61C 9828 CAKTKRKT S \\l\' IS AND !.• >\S \.-S"'I XTIl IN, Plaintiff, \ 'ii \I:I.I..!' HJSI >M JR in l PATSY Fiil.Si iM I .. i -, ,' I S A liRIM \i.:., I'. i. la I %  NOTICE OF SUIT IV i i II Mil.us I-. ,i,.-i IM, JR., and PATSY r> ',.s. iM, hia wife, i: '!i^ • n i if lead, their unknown heirs, ,|.-\:— •-. legatees, granti..--. :,.-_;n %  -. Ilenora cred %  -' %  mi uimlnti b>, through, mdef ir agalnal then %  %  ii • • ; to have an %  right, title '.r in erest in the pi %  ..-:. i.... ... t he-^ln— Residence I noa II • hereb notil led thai tlitptloned i • ii i. ibeen Inagalnt-t you n the i iri-vilt f th.i idii 'ircult of Kl..rLEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54655-B IX Ri' : !•' %  II.I'AI: ii>\s> ix i'.-.. .i-,.. i ""* "S TO C=1'TORS To All c edit %  -i I \ I'eraotiM II .-. ii*: Claims ir tivman ,_ -isj t Estate %  i i %  %  ,. ~ %  i nulred •' • • %  ,.in. mid •!••" • now lAlncn u .. ... ..... .-.^.n.-. the eelate •• i :•" x r. nXSS-is' deI-IK.-I 111 I • ol !> ide •' -ii" I ..-I.'M. t.. the .' inntj .1 Jdgea ..f [ladi 'ount>, in i file tl %  name in lupll ite I ipro\id-il -i s i ir : I Florida i •v %  I In %  ii ,.i • i thlir.-t %  .i .,. ill V ahoi atltute i 'mi. t iila .n forewing ATIII) this 27th .1 .* i.l I'f. K I! LEA rHKR.M v.v 1 lei ..f thCircuit I'.mrt 1 'adOauntj. Klorlda 11;-. K. H I. V\\\ AY Deput) Clerk \ I SM \.\ .ii mi i: i'. laler st. h lorida 12 t, i %  •nil.-%  Wlli I Il MINI •13-19 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE %  LEVENTH JUD C AL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 61C 13796 BAM HI Ri! SAVlX' i: INK i %  S %  "i. • tlating li the I iw "i %  State nf New York, I la in \ %  •-iM'H i:i.\Y.\i:;i H V\I\II:I:SI.I:Y. I HIT n .1.1111.-. NOTICE OF SUIT I' \ R II I.MV I:RKI.KY ^\ i.H.iu Eewe "i Streel i' a nhlln, Pennaj Ivanla '< ARK lll.l:ii,. v ,, ,Kli:i> that in li:ibeen broughl ugRlnet you IIAMIM'Ui; KAVrSOS BANK. In • "..v. .-niit'.-.i Co lit. t.. t..r--. I..-. I'.'tgngY encumbering th.. follow. .i. ., %  • ii,..,i property, to-tvlt: L,"' '. Itliiek 77. SI.'l'uS'l) AIHHTH'N TO i-\Rui. CITY, acoordhTi t.. ih.t'l.it thereof, recorAed in ITat Book • in pace 7" she-t I, ..f the pubrecords of Hade Countv. Plbrlda: "ii .iv. requlrad to lile your anwith tht clerk <.f th.Circuit. urt of Dade i'o,i.t>. HieWa, at the -lgne.1 in tmm-. I,, Miami, Florida, on or tore January 30, l^6J. and t,. aerve copy of such answer upon I'A\T1> I ATSMAN, PhUlRlrTa attorne>. ioae nddreaa la uth Floor at 11 iai UnL-i.r Btreet, Miami It, Florl. on ,.r before mil date, an raqtiferI'V the Lawi .,i i ortda. li >*ou rail • '". th.. complaint will be taken i "i. • .1 IM you .-.rill ., Decree Pro '''• %  --II will be entered Baaatmt you the reliel demanded In the comml ltd and for Hade Count) t. < '"-•• .< mortg ige pon I h %  i..;i %  I %  .S-,1 re .1 |ri)|iert^ 1 l..-t ;•'.. Block .' FIRST ADDITION I TO MYRTLi: (iR')VE according to thPlat thereof, recorded In Plad n.>..k .; II Pag ..i the Public K iill Dade Co .' %  •-> F .rida. You ir. required to fit. your answer t'. "i. • >n ilaiiit ith tliClerk i. iniforeauid Court, and serve a cop> thereof upon plaintiff* I attorney MARTIN I-INI:, Uth Floor Hi l r -deral Bull iln^. Mian i J2, hlorida. not lat-r than :h2nd da.x i.' Febru irj I ••.:. or i I >ecree I Confeavo ^ill be entered BaTainet you Date I December .' i ".I i: B I.I:\THI:KMAN. Clerk, i 'ir. ill i'.. irt. i i i • .' I .. nl. i I-.-... i Bj I-: H i. v\u v v '•• %  %  'i-rk M MtTIN FINK Atlrne< i .PI i %  nth I '' %  .'.ttade Fed* %  Blihl Mian i 12, n irlda 1 ;-12-lH-2\. %  % %  •-1 %  I • %  • organi Ixed untie. • \ in I .-\ -' i ^ : ,i to the Federal N'.ii., ,1 M irtgag %  \ Ltiol Charte \. '. ha% 'i : ita prlt • Ipal nfflce in the 'i'^ \\ tehlngton, District if Cn Plaintiff, \ MARK >X F RKBDF.R in I i .\ r \ N"i'i i III %  wil TIII: INITI" STATKS IF AMF.Rn \ it. I Ri 'HKRT V, H Defendant* NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTERS SALE Notice ihereby -:;•. 'i hul pur.iii t' thai i '.UP Final Judgment ..i Mortgage Foreclosure made and • I'th 'li. "i I'.. ember, li"li. ii^ the Honor ible Kmett C Choate, I nited State* Dis tl Icl Judge ol Uie I r ted State* 'Is• Court In .i' 1 %  the Southern 11 -• r • ol Florida, Minim Division. in ., oerl iln b er I0.M2-MCIV.KC therein pending, wherein FKDKRAU NAV'.iNAi. MORTOAOK i ASS. H'l A TH ix. a L'nlted State* corporation. I* th* Plalntlfl ."•! MARION P. Ki:i:iKR in.i CONSTANCE C. RRRDKR, hi* ifei THE I" NITED STATKS tF AMERICA ind RUBKBT \Y WVSE, arDefendant*, the underSpecial M inter, appointed by .-.Hid Judgment will .iiler f.>r sale and will s.-il t.> the hlgheat bidder t..r cnh at ih^ s.'itii Door of the Dade County Court Houae m the Cltj of M and, State "i" Florida, on the ^I'th da> of Jannary, IMS, it 11:00 A M., ih.following described pfopert) UM IS, In Block IS, ot HEFTI-ER HOMES SECTION TWO. uocordlug | t.i the Plal ther i r >corded in Plat Book U al Page ii. of the I Ihil-llc Record* "i Dade County, I,, ihi '.nintt ti. an.I nl. the -., %  in in. .ii i Co iirv.. Flo-Id althl months from the i < pubMcul here.il oi • be burn I MORTtiX I., w iiiN.'iKl:. : %  i: Pall,d. Silver, Pa .i -:. ,\ Minta Aturn-> .'"T I'.i.-. .' ne !' ill ling Miami, I -.rij.i i :.-i2-m-2s IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54783-B IN RE: i:.-:.ne ol DEBY SAI '! • 11.. -.i.—.1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS T • All Ci'.-.lit .-> i -d Al Per* in* Ha\ ins Claims or Demand. Attains! Said K.-tat-: You are her-bj not.fi-d and re quired to ;>res-u: jn\ claim* and d--nmnds which \ou n 1 1 \ bare aaslnal theatate of DBBY SADD I-,-late ..i Dude County, [Viriila, t.> th.' Count) Judge* ..f Dade County, and tile the name in their office* In the Coont) Courthouae In I 'ivie Coi-nty, Florida, within si\ cnUndar months fmin th.dale of thf'r.-t publication hereof, or in.same .u be barred. H LEl IN KAPLAN Executor .if thKetate oi lie|.\ sa.1,1. I l*ce i-I MYERS. IIEIMAN i '> M''.\.N B) lllen Korn Attorney > i S.M iv-street M ... Flor I.I |/.i-12-19-8 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC 13473 CARTERET S VVINCs AND LOAN VSSl 'I ATli'i.V Pluintiff, \ >. AI.VIN I MALNIK and DFBORAH i MM \l. i-i. w (-, -• I lefendani NOT.CS OF SU T TO St. i ley r i ..:. i:.i ,TI. .ir Hep**) I-:. Donaldson, hi* Residence I'nknown, r i Incton and M trtha Hal' l >.n II-. Realdenre I'nknnnn and 1'iitti?i'ii'in-in. .mi Alice demons, his u.t'-. H• i I.M ,'.. t'nknoivn, it alive or i' dead, their unknown heir*, de\ %  • legutees, g tinte *, i--ne.-. creditor*, lien II -. tr -t % %  and all pan lea hu ,ln't clal n Ing t i 'ART MAIXTEX \\.' : %  at 'I.: N IV I22n I SI Miami • %  Mcrld Inten I'.. r ;i--.-*ul i nun.. Wit I thClerk ol the t .II i .f • i • i •.. p-\ F1 i: AI'.M.i.V • ii Mi RE1. VND Sole 11.. ner MEL VI.N FINN \ : • % %  • %  i r iplicanl ll'l ,: .....': • B dg 12 22-2 l I 1-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. 'N PROBATE NO. 'ii;-, a IN It 1 : Estate of sANM-.-tu H. KI:A\ I leceitaed. NOTICE TO CRED TORS Ti> All '•''. -lit >r> in I All Person* Ha\ lag Cairns .. Demands Against Said INtate ^•>u. ml each of you are hereb) notified -m.i required to present an) claim* in.i demands which s iu, elth-r .,• > • .. may have aca n.--. ts, estate i>'AM>iKP H KUAN de| ceased late rt Dads County, Florida, t. thHonorable Conn! Judgea .: Dade Coun and tilthe same In l ie offlc th) 'i' ntj Courthou i in Dade • ounty, Florida, i hln -i\ i ilendar months irum ih.da*e ..i the flrai pub'lcal on hereof. .il i aims • I..1-",.„ n ;.. .at. i n the i ^ .i ad'••••j-e .a* thclaimant and l • be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, ir ...i me ii be i#. r %  %  I .-• • Seel 7::.l.iu of th191.* Probate Acl Date Decen ber 18, \ l> !—ii Mi )LI II K IAN ,.",i 'i ,. :: v LEE BERK \Exe. itri • %  %  il the I.in-' Will and Testament il Sanfi rd li Ivean i 'eceas • I k' IVNEK \ M VXXHKIM Kttorne) •for I Iwtate ..t %  • ih Kean, decease I 12 22 :'. 1 ".-I'.' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is I!I:ILI:CY rsiVEN that tliun.iersigned, desiring <'• enaTage In bualness und-r the fictitious name of I'UOIU 'TS I'N'I.IMI Tin I it 3301 N. Mi,.mi Aw Miami. Florida, intend I to r-i>t.r .-aid name with th"lerk ; if thCircuit Court .•;' Dade County* 1 Florida. MARION HOPr'M \N' EDITH PORI \s Bole < earners 12/22-2S II __ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELFV^NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, /Jo 6^C 13472 CARTERET SAVIXiJS AXD LOAN ASSi '1ATII >X, PLilm v AI.VIN I M M.VIK an DEB "RAH C. MAI.NIK. h,w Ie, el ll, I lefendani .NOTICE OF SU T TO ROBERT H W1NN leorgan* %  II Trustee In Bunkr for Mason Mortgage S Investment i '•• % %  •• i' loi 1021 Tow. r ling IM. K Stn • • N w Washington, D.C You are hereb) i ol liied thai tli* .il>.\ • .I-.1 % %  tio be • In* til led ugainal the (.'"-'-uit i '..un ..t the ill..-. i i .,' Florida ia .in.I for Dade Count) for** close .i in.i* _-.-.. thi .^loa; described real prop I...t 7 Block 1'. FIRST ADD1 %  • %  IN TO TROPICAL ESTA PES 8UB DIVISION ii irding tu th* Plat thereof recorded i" Plal Book 53 it Page 6 "i the i' '. • Records of DadCounty. Florida Together w ih Hotpoim Range M idel R I I Hfitp.ii n Refrigerator Model EA c< You are required to file lur an* -\s..^ i.. pliilntiff's complaint with the Clerk of the .1 %  %  • %  ii-l • :.-f iid serve a % %  p\ thereof upon plaintiffs attorney MARTIN FINK, ich Flos* Dade Federal Building. Miami "2, Florida, not later than January IS, I lf:', ..r :i IS'fr.-.' Pro i'..nie-..o will i>e 1 entered against you Dated liecember r i: B I.J:ATHI:I:M \N lerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida) i i seal i 11. E. H I.ANM AY, I"e;mt. I'lerk : MARTIN FINE Attornej for Plaintiff uth l-Uioi Hade Federal it aiding Miami 112, Florid 12 22-29, l/S-U IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54420-A IN RE: Estate .i SERAKINl %  SANTACRI ICE, Deceaw l NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and AH Persona in? Claims Estate: You are ouired to mand.M thestate or i ''••i". iVgul -• Hirs, rt an I wife, i the Circuit re l( of Floranty t. forethfollowing DATED -In*7th d.i 961 nf Dei'-inber, E B. LRATHERMAN Clerk of the I • Court Dade Ci Itity, Florli lly. E. H. LA NMPAT l,i. ,, I'-'l'i'ti '"' Floor at in: B. Flagler St. N'I •mi it, h'lorida it :, I i-12-is i %  Together with Ul itrucl ires in l lmproven — In n in u I hereafter on %  ,i.i Ian i • i.i ittached ther-to. nil set forth in '—•.in ...l i udgmi i" in K .''< siituted against you i Court of th. Judl Ida in and for Da ie >rinse ii mortgage upon %  Inscribed rea properti i l.t 7 Block 4;, ITRST ADDITION in TROPICAL ESTATES SillDIVISION icoordtna *.. thPhil there>f reiordert In Plat Hook "it ai Page u ..t 'he Public Rei o .i" %  Dad* County, Florida; Together w th Hotpoint Range Model RR i'i Hotpolnt K.-Irigerutur Model BA You are required to file your answer to plaintiff'* complaint with the Clerk of thaforesaid Court, and nerve a oopy thereof ut<.n plalntlfr* mi. ru. .j MAR l N FINE, i Ith F I 1'ide Federal Building, Miami n: not later th in January i*. 1962, "r a i >. re Pro C in • %  — .1 be entered ag tins! you Dated IVcember IS. I 181. I : H l.i:.\ i'll RRMAN, '' HI Court, 1' i'll* i' ml v. i : i.i i IN TH? COUNT" JUDGE "O-RT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORID*. IN PROBATE No 54T10-C liarI I N RE Estate of LILLIAN I C >LE, I leceased NOT.CE TO CREDITORS To v I i ell .1 Ml Pert• II ,i ilia Claimil %  ,ti iA Estate: You are a r b n % %  .nl r.-•inir-ii i" |.-sem n> %  I mand* wh ly have a tbe estate ul Ll 1.1,1 AN i LIL.K Ceased late • %  I> •,-.[.Florida. to the i ''Mini Judge* .1 i'.i i' .in i and the ime • lupll ii id .i,.r .\ide | in .--• -i ai Florida Statute*, In their ifflces ll inCount) Courthouse In Dade Counii. Florid i. thin si* %  Hendnr months from thnine of the first publication hereof, or the tame *iit b. bun ed. Dated at Miami Florida, this Mth da) of l her v 11 •".' LEE N li. > itl :K M \i mi : li BORER As Executor* THEODORE K NKLS i.N I Attorne) for %  tor* 407 Lincoln Ro 11 Miami Beac i .r I 12 .i. I i-12-U NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN tli-inderslgi .i nga '.'. In .-i ... %  .i closure, on filin the IIK.Vdescribed MARTIN FINE B) E il LANW VY. i'.'-l I ii IN" Aw MARK .•• 2221 B.W !'. eb) notll led in-1 re— ,.--ii %  claims and d*h %  'ii.ii line ifi i nat .1 SERAFINO SANTACROC E deceased Int* if Dade Coun. ty, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade l'oont> and fi'the same In' th-iioffices it the i' i irth man in Had.' Co-mty, Florida, within -d* calendar munths fr un the i %  i ihe>" ll -' pllbl i in hr ." Ihsame' will be barred s WILLIAM AN ill IN v SANTACRi H i:. I'. i DAVID I.IEBM \X \ I "• N K' %  \ Homesti I.I. Florl i I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COJRT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU T OP FLORIDA IN AND FOR D'OE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 6IC '3606 HARRY III TSI'1I1.|:K. Plalntlfr, \ HELEN D. Ill 1 MH I •-, Ml lilt SUiT FOR DIVORCE Tl' %  'I.EN • M TSCHLER "in East I Ith si% % % % %  : Apt I0D) Nea Pork, N'.-\i >' >rk You HELEN D. Hl'TSCHLHR ire hereby notified thai i Bill .: '-.m-plaint lor Divorce has been tiled' again*! you, and you are required toserve, a cop) of your Answer or IMeadinit to the I till ..f Complaint m the plaintiff's Attorne] WII.LIA.M K III'.M I'll Kill's. S3-1 N.E i:-th St., North Miami. Florida and file th*' original Answer or Pleading in theoffice ot the clerk of the CI cull Court on or before the IBth da> of Unuaryt Iflgll. li you fall to do -. judgment b> default ill be taken .J it ) %  f..r the relief den inded m thBIN of i 'omplalnt. Thi.n..th-shall he p iblishej i >nos %  n. i> greek for it v ".-ks In THE ii' ISH FLtlRIDI \N DONE AND ORDERED .' 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Full Text
"dfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 35 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 12, 1962
Two Sections Price 20*

State Dep't. is Concerned
Over Red Anti-Semitism
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, newly-appointed chairman of the Jew-
ish War Veterans National Advisory Council, consults on
policy matters with past national commander Myer Dorfman,
of Los Angeles. The Advisory Council will consist of promi-
nent Americans in many fields of activity.
Hebrew Culture Group
Given $1 Million Gift
NEW YORK- 'TA A donation of si I to the ni
rarbuth Foundation (Foundation for Hebrew Culfur?! I I ra
idman and his brother Jacob Goodman of Brooklyn, veteran
-;. and prominent industrialists, has been announce I bj Dr.
anuel Neumann, original spons of the Foundation.
The announcement was made at
a luncheon to mark the establish-
ment of I h i' Foundation. The
Foundation was recently incorpo-
rated under the laws of the State
oi New York. Dr. Neumann, who
resided, outlined some of the sali-
ent features of the program >'. the
Foundation
He disclosed that S750.000 will
be applied for the purpose of
making it possible to establish
n accredited degree-granting
college of Hebrew studies as a
national institution on a non-de-
nominational basis.
The balance, amounting to $250.-
000 will be available for other pur-
p ises oi the Foundation, which Dr.
Neumann said included:
1. To alleviate the shortage ol
qualified Hebrew teachers by pro-
viding grants and scholarships for
-indents and providing in-service
training for Hebrew teachers to
deepen their knowledge
2. To develop a program for pro-
moting Hebrew education among
children, adolescents and adults by
cooperating with summer camps
and institutes and helping to estab-
Continued on Page 7-A
Cite English
Girls' School
With Bigotry
LONDON Britain's
called 'public" schools for girls,
which are the equivalent of private
schools in the United States, dis-
criminate against Jewish students.
H was found here this week, in
idj conducted for the London
t- ning Standard.
The same writer made a study
bias in "public" .-chools for
last year, finding that the re-
- "did not show up our tradition
educational tolerance in a verj
i vorable light."
At the Sherborne School for
Girls, in Dorset, the writer found
an attitude "uncompromising, to
say the least, on the matter."
He quoted the headmistress of the
school as asserting: "Every girl
who comes here must take part
in our religious program. We
carnot accept girls who are un-
able to take part in our services,
and there are no facilities here
whereby a practicing Jew can
worship on her own."
While many Jewish parents,
states the writer, complain that
find it difficult to get their
Is Into local public school, the
Francis Holland schools in Lon-
don "operate a vigorous quota ol
percent*of Jewish pupil-"
Officials of st Pauls Girls School
refused to make any comment on
issue. The Channing School.
in North London, said it i< enffreU
non-sectarian and accepts a large Authorities reported six persons
proportion of Jewish girls. were killed in the renewed clashes,
WASHINGTON JTAl Re-
icai Sei Kenneth Keating o!
said this eek he has
Dep n
ent l the 1 nil I Stan 1
il r of 5ei
Is "it liffh nil to con-
i the dire t solution
: : mil rities rri-
le Soviet
is > full ci ntrol."
i irtmeni in lie ite I
iai pr< ire bj pri\ '
Jewi niza ions might be help-
: ;1 As one course f action, il
suggested that "a ueful purpose"
be served by "appropriate
ru! licity in this country on the
.fitiative of religious groups them-
selves, without any reference to
the United States Government, con-
ccrning violations of the rights of
their co-religionists in the Soviet
Union The Department's view.
.expressed by Assistant Secretary
Frederick Dutton. were put forth
in a li ""i i in Ke il
- wo part, the I S Gov-
ernment las endeavored through
'\ ry available means to bring the
Lnhu m '<'
me l i the atten'.i in ill peo
in 'he belief thai "the force
>; \ nion can be an imp rt-
art i. i ir." D ill in s lei er -
The State Department official
stresse I the U lelegati n
to th i Un :. I Nati ins is "kept ful-
Continued on Paae 11-A
LIAISON WITH RED AGENT
Israeli Found Guilty
Of Passing Secrets
HAIFA 'TA Ahar n Cohen, a Middle Easl and Arab af
nper Mapam party, was found guilty bj le
Sun of three out of tour charges icci i
.." passing tcrel information to an agent for an unnamed country a
he Soviet bloc. He was to come before the court for sentencing to -
week, and faces possible imprisonment for 15 years
Cohen, who is 53, was a mem-
ber of the Shaar Haamakin kib-
btftt. He was arrested on Octo-
ber 17, 1958. He had been under
surveillance cf Israel security of-
ficers several weeks after su-
spicions were aroused, when a
highway patrol noted the auto-
mobile belonging to a diplomat
frcm a Communist country ap-
proaching a side road near Shaar
Haamakim. A man later identi-
fied as a 'oreign agent was ob-
served by the highway patrol
us'rtg a path through a fiela for a
rendezvous with Cohen.
There were four counts in the
which ( )hen was
Continued on Page 10-A
DE3ATE ON HERUT MOTION
Parliament Discusses Cultural
Relations With W. Germany
JERUSALEM;JT.-VThe first full-scale debate in Israel's Parlia-
ment on the issue of cultural relations with West Germany began this
week and revealed profound differences of opinion and feeling among
Israel's political parties. Education Minister Abba Eban will reply
for the government.
The debate on a Herut motion
concerned the recent visit of a West
German pastor who was a guest at
some schools in Jerusalem. Herut
deputies at that time protested the
visit as contrary to Government
policy Avraham Drori. Herut
deputy, told the Knesset that it
was Minister Eban who was re-
sponsible for the change in the poli-
cy, who advocated fraternization
with West German students and
who sanctioned conducted tours ot
Israel by German educators
Agudat Israel, Mapam, the
Communists, Pcale Agudat Israel
and the Miirachi's Rabbi Morde-
cai Nurock supported the ex-
treme position of opposing any
cultural relations with West Ger-
many. Middle roaders on the
itHM included spokesman for the
Liberal party, Achdut Avoda and
the National Religious party.
The most lenient vie* on the
issue w.i- expressed >> Mapai's
Continued on Page 6-A
Two Held
in Bombing
01 Temple
CHICAGO JTA, Two I
spec:- .cere under arrest here this
week in connection with the bo
ing ol an '
e police authorities have
placed a 24-hour guard over all
ether synagogues on Chicag
North Side Names of the susp i i
were no: revealed by police.
Mrs Helen Goodman, wife i
rabbi who officiates at another
North Side temple, the Moti
Synagogue, reported to police that
she received a telephone call from
a man who threatened to blow up
her husband's house of worship.
She said the mysterious caller
told her "I am the one who blew
up the other synagogue, and a'l
the other synagogues on the
North Side will receive the same
treatment."
A housewarming at the bombed
temple. Chevra Kadisha Machzikai
Hadas Synagogue, which has suf-
fered damage totaling $10,000 as a
result of the bombing, has been
postponed. The new $100,000 tern
pie was to have held its housewarm
Ing next Sunday
In Minneapolis, synagogues and
Jewish schools were under guard
by Jewish war veterans. The ac
tion followed the discovery of
swastikas on a halt" dozen syna-
gogues dun:.-; the last several
day-
Outraged Jews Join Violent Fighting in Algeria
PARIS (JTA> Police cr
down in Oran this week with a
second curfew in 48 hours as Jews
and Moslems clashed for the second
successive day. Violenci i
jews -pre:', i to Constantine t
Charles Cohen was shot and killed.
Cohen- killers were believed to
be terron-ts of the FLN Moslem
underground rebel organization.
between Moslem supporters
Euro] es of an indepen I
Algeria but they did not ii
manj were Jews. Through
the day group- f Moslei
Jew
ing opposing slog
in &&\ t ;e battles.
The renewal of Moslem-Jewish
strife was sparked by terrorist
attacks of the FLN against two
Jews on the outskirts of the Jew-
ish section. More complete re-
oorts confirmed that some of the
n-ost savage Moslem attacks took
place in Oran's Jewish quarter
where at least five Jews were
killed.
A Moslem tert
fire on housewives hurrying to
complete their .shopping. Three
Jews, one of the::; a pregnant wom-
an, were killed The woman's
v infuriated
vounger Jew- in Oran and
sv armed out seeking revem
I anj Mos i

mercy The Jev i in Oi in
-. a prominent part in the i
ropi in l< monstrations against
depi \ ria and I
revenge for the killing of a Jewis i
shoemaker by lynching two M -
lems,


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Friday. January 12. 1352
Dictionary's Quaint Definition for Word 'Jew'
By LEONARD N. SIMONS
About a year .1r.1l a halt ago, I
had occasion to look up th<
nition 01 :i word which started with
'"in." 1 saw the word "Mos 1
and nj. sbi 1 k< : to see that the
onl> i.i finition thi > gai e -.1 the
word ..- of a Jewish
money lender Nothing about the
fad thai Moses ->.i- !;< who
gave the Israelites and tht world
the Tin C01 that ht
ferent dictionaries, I found only
one dictionary that did not have
any derogatory definitions of
Jews or Jesuits, and a'so did nor
include apy offensive words like
' Vod, Sheeny, Chink, Polack,
Dacjo." Th.s was the Thorndike-
Barrhar:t dictionary, published
by Doubleday 8, Co.
itacted American
can tfh : 1 1:1 n-< tin- b> eliminat-
definitions which are tod
on 11.- m the : p ice
Thesi 1 ;a1 r) r vulgar deti- i
iat< untruthful proven u.ituir and untruthful
Decent tt" sible publishers,
onl) perpe
generalises
Ilka
1 believe that if enough ;
ol all reliijious denominations
express their feelinR.- about
:-.. .r.> Millar and offensn .;
:n the dictionar}. to both the .1,.
Ushers ol the dietionane- ., ,,.
retail stores which tell them .r.
perhaps the publisher:, will .,.
ientl> Presidenl K 'kind maries thai thej gel :" ethnic groups
11 1 ihe publishers
fall of the 01 nanesemu-
' ixbt F' : this v ..... een if it I
i me jti>n reugi Defamati Leagu B'n* I I Semitic lefmitions thi cost them a little >il >f money to
The dictionarj I as using, pub- to see w t of thi slow poison ,. .. tvpe ,. .,, l ..
Iished by the Press of Oxford Vni- to cl nes noi d n our society The du r plates before tl
press .. th their xl II '
\. 1 -..; are prod
time
1- one ol the most respect
ed in the world
Then. I
word-, including Jew am 011
that =an 1 1 found "Jesuit." A : ; mt of cor-
Here again the derogatorj defim- res-vrndence has back ai
istounded me A 3e\ spelled .......
I strictly imports.....leai
: rs ai api lie I to the Jewish ml I li
-~ .- jp.-.-c-.. .^> me j -1 : :, :._ me minus .; 11
looked up some other '' ipplied to an) is lei tool used to form and
luding m eligious r.....lor thnit ,~ hange people's mu s Thai is
iy it is & to see that
a!i definitions in
enl up-to-dati g and
late isagi >f w >rds
v ith a capital "J" had several
nitions "A at rson t thi
rac< tranl colloq ex!
usurer Driver ol h. .
rich .i- .1
i erson tell that an unlik< !j
to the Thi K| Ml
1 Ji ith a lower cas
(coll ..
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from approxima*e;v a dosen dif-
L0NS-DISTANC1
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Scottish Rite Service Friday
Miami Consistory of the Scottish
nitr Masons will hold it> annual
religious services ;it Heth David
i ongregation on Friday night.
The service has been arranged
by Ahi> s. Goldman, venerable mas-
in- of (he Lodge <>i Perfection. The
[our bodies, with (he following o
ficers; Lester B Nelson, masti
Scottish Rite Choir and Guard will of Kodosh; Robert Casey, wis
attend. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro master of Rose Croix; Abe S Goli
will officiate, with Goldman and man, venerable master ol th
Judge Harry A. Greenberg partici- Lodge ol Perfection; Melvin Friei
pating i ,|. captain ol the guard; an
Miami Consistory <>l the Scot Erroll Crawford, director <>l il"
ti-h Rite Masons i- composed <>t Scottish Rite Choir.
Newly-elected president of the Exchange Club ol Bayshore.
Judge Jason M. Berkman (left\ receives his gavel from out-
going president, Frank Weldon. while Judge Irving Cypen.
installing officer, looks on. Ceremonies took place last week
n; Chandler's restaurant.
Annual Concert at lemple Ner Tamid
To Feature Varied Musical Program
Temple Ner Tamid will present
a musical program Saturday eve-
n p featuring Cantor Samuel Gom-
In r_ and a string ensemble con
posed of violinist Alexander Prilut-
chi, piam>t Louis Spielman, and
i< list Effim Rosanofi
Also appearing on the program
.! m e I arber, lyric coloratura
the Ner Tamid Choir, directed
bj Joseph Schreibman with Hj
i .: as accompanist and organist
The Temple concert committee
em'ists of Frank Cohn, Louis
Hoberman. Charles Abramson
pnd Dan Piver. Mrs. Louis J.
Gold and Mrs. Eugene Schwarx
are in charge of seating arrange-
ments.
I niversit> Sti ing Quart) I
v. .] play Mi nd< Issoht Trio in
11 minor, Fleggier's Love Sot
I'.irak's Slavonic Dance, and the
das bj Monti.
tander Prilutchi. Louis Spiel
mi:. and Effim Rosanofi arc mem
I rs >'!" the Universit) of Miami
Symphonj Orchestra, with Prilut'
chi also serving as concertmaster
of the Ft. Lauderdalc Symphony
Orchestra He was formerly con-
certmaster of the Havana Sym-
phony Orchestra for 20 years until
the recent political change there.
In Ft. Lauderdale, Prilutchi is
also a member of a string quartet
with Kosanoff. playing a series of
!n-schoo] concerts for the Broward
count) public schools
.1 o \ c e Farber, coloratura so
prano performed last Sunday with
the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
and at the Bayfront Park concerts
several times She was recently
presented in recital with the Surl
side Music Society.
Cantor Gon I rg, dra rialic ten
cr, will sing operatic, Hebrew and
lsra h songs.
TV Series Set
Here Sundays
"Directions 1962A Jewish Per-
spective" will be shown on Sun
day. .Ian 14, 21, and _'8 at 3 p m
on ch 10.
The program i> produced by the
Jewish Theological Seminary Ol
America in cooperation with the
public affairs department of the
American Broadcasting company.
Las) Sunday, a panel discussion
on the work of Marc Chagal was
the subject of the first hall hour
broadcast ol the series.
The remaining three programs-
will deal with such outstanding
Jewish personalities as Sen. Her-
bert Lehman and Jan Pecrce.
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Miami Beach.
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State Department
'Explanation'

i a pra seworthy
Bu; clo=e: ex .
hows that, in fact, it
gays nothing.
h the first instance, the Stcte
Eepcr'ment suggests that Amer-
ican Jewish organizations show a
ccntinuing and "direct" concern
for the problem. Translated even
less than liberally, this simply
means "leave us alone" or
'please be sure not to count on
us."
Whet these organizations
should do, according to the let-
ter of advice to Sen. Keating, is
tc keep the issue of Soviet anti-
Semitism constantly in the public
eye but without specific refer-
ence to the U.S. Government and
without enlisting the aid of any
governmental agency.
In effect, the State Depart-
ment has set forth its policy on
the matter: It is prepared to do
nothing. As an example of its
ictionale, the letter questions some of the pre-
valent examples of anti-Semitism in Russia,
among them the persecution of a number of
Jews cited by Sen. Keating in his
proach to the Department on this question.
"Explained" the State Department: It has
r.ct yet been determined whether, in point of
Jcct, these lews were really black marketeers
tCing brought to justice without regard to their
reiicicn.
This kind of "concern" in the highest eche-
lons of our government can hardly be con-
soling to those Americcns who are genuinely
concerned with the continuing Soviet violation
c: the religious rights of its Jewish citizens.
initial ap-
Let's Punish the Culprits
The bombing of the Chicago syncgogue
was a frightening thing more for the pur-
;:se of the bombing than the destruction it
wrecked.
We earnestly hope thct something will
illy be done about punishing the culprits
involved.
The Chiccgo bombing was not the first
such attack against an American synagogue.
There have been others in the past including
several in our own City of Miami a number of
years ago.
In most cases, the police do a deft job in
the matter of coming up with none of the re-
sponsible parties. Where the attack is of a
"simpler" order where it involves a desecra-
tion like the painting of swastikas we are
frequently inundated by the hot tears of over-
time sociologists and psychologists who de-
plore the sad fate of the excessively-privileged
teen-agers usually responsible for such deeds.
And. again, nothing is done about it. But
whether it is an irresponsible youth responding
to the boredom of his upper middle class anti-
Semitism or a demented bomber, the result is
more than the desecration of a synagogue. It
is an attack against an American principle.
Unpunished, such attacks violate not alone
property, but cur historic concepts of freedom,
as welL
JT>\
with the stated purposes of the presentation no
less then with its megnitude.
A good dec": cf the activity that makes up
American Jewish affairs involves either wel-
fare philanthropy or programs dedicated to
the eradication o: anti-Semitism. Clecriy, both
spheres of endeavor are of the highest and
Icudable order.
Jewish needs locally, nationally, and over-
seas have been discussed in these columns in-
numerable times. The fulfillment of these needs
must have the most urgent sort of priority, for
in many instances they involve the very sur-
vival of large areas of Jewish communal exist-
ence.
Similarly, our civil libertarian er.decvor
seems self-evident in i'.s importance as well
l respect to the praiseworthy battle in be-
half of cherished democratic ideals cs with
Jewish continuity on its own terms.
Nevertheless, little if any of these activities
relate to the heart of Judaism the cultural,
spiritual, intellectual and historic foundation-
stones of the Jew through the ages. It is these
that must be rekindled in every generation
and in a meaningfully effective way if the
Jewish continuum will be assured.
The Goodman gilt, as Dr. Emanuel Neu-
mann has explained it. is dedicated to this
most potent purpose. It is a welcome gift
made thoughtfully. Let it be put to work just
as thoughtfully.
Welcome Gift fo Jewry
It is still too early to assess the fullest
meaning of the SI million gift of the Goodman
brothers, of New York, to the new Tarbuth
Foundation.
But cne must be immediately impressed
A Settle of the Cultures
The debate in the Knesset over cultural
relations with West Germany is just about
downright unrealistic.
It is easy to understand the impulse of the
Israelis; it is one, indeed, which Jews share
most everywhere.
Undoubtedly, the Adolf Eichmann trial has
done much to exacerbate the feeling. But the
clamor on the part of some Israelis to isolate
their country from cultural or any other kind
of exchange with West Germany seems the
equivalent of cutting off one's nose to spite
one's race.
In the first instance, it flies in the face of
continuing economic relations with the Bcnn
Government since the establishment of the
State of Israel specifically in the form of the
S866 million reparations agreement shortly to
I
during (he week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
come to a ciose. How does one sanction
kind of accord while
posing the other?
going on record as op-
THE recent teen ,
clave sponsored bj
Greater Miami Jewish l
munity Center emphasizi
number of significant area
inquiry. Among thwe wen
parent child relationships
the educational system ioda\
Both emerged as the obji
of severe criticism. Last w i -
I launched into a discussion ol
the first of these, with an evi
toward demonstrating that the "modern" perversion of par,
authority lies at the root of much of what are called "teen-age prol
lems" -that the frequent gatherings of such conclaves, when yi
people assess the failures of then mothers and fathers, in themselves
cast the worst kind of light on this perversion.
Authorit) is the Incontrovertible foundationstone of the parem
child relationship; and authority is precisely what today's parent-
have abdicated in a chocking democratization of the relatioi
;'-.i I i ications of Freud-Dewej principles
I of o <: zation the family unit, win t ,.
restore the classic a tHbritarian tii
: agi rooth ssi
nee of
er equal
: parental view
[ L>< ip| .
n the parl
i tests of strengl

thi fi .ariel of permi:
brit ed here last week: it
rpose!ess to ai t further i xat i nati ol othi i i
i nt ; by now been ma le: They principal
thi mi si ess ol them all the challcn ;e t>i authority
A V1W Of PARENTAL lAIHHtti
IF THE YOUNG people at the Greater Miami Jewish Communit\
Center conclave were stern in their view of parental failures, n
must nevertheless not be said against them that they proved altogethi
wrong in their conclusions. That they were permitted the luxurj
criticism is one thin;.-; but it would be shortsighted therefore to char.,
them with error.
For it i> exactlj these failures in their parents that constitute
initial cause of the permissive parent child relationship and the afti
math of all its attendant difficulties. What are the failurc>' Hen
again, to include some of the charges of the teen-agers, themselvc-
would hard!) be invalid, since the rightness of the charges seem si
evident.
Principally, they are failures in academic- education, despite tin
parental achievement of a variety of degrees; the repudiation ol
traditional "home" values judged to be middle class." more as
result of the inability to sustain them, than an honest rejection basi
on genuine intellectual evaluation: the emerging contusion of the ma!<
and female roles in American society, where women incrcasir
demonstrate masculine characteristics of aggressive professionalisi
and men. contrarily. take on a varietj of previous!) feminine atti
butts mainly centered in domestic endeavor.
Other examples abound, but these seem sufficient to demon-':
tht infectious nature ol the deel m in | irental qualityand ther I
. thoritj (Perhaps the most significant cf them all is the acadi
ax tht prevalence ol degrees and the absence ol know-led] t
tainly, higher education is hardl) necessary to successful parenth
the pretensi lo I ins] res intellectual d i onesty by focusini
: d ol demccrat zation the drastic reduction of aca I
; ol opening university training to any and i
asp rants without i gard for schi it) Th
is a ci ol realer concern quenl ifu '< n agei view cf the i live da)
:- .:.
THI SUBTLt SWITCH IN PARfNTAl R0LIS
UMHERE THE FATHER more thai ashi
the mother more than o< ated in the bus)
for fulfillmenl ol her own vocational needs, this symbolizes one tyr<
' at" thi al" hi me i
d lo it a relative!) frequent cultural vacuum there, and one
a11 toe ,,!l foi thi kind o! situation in which parents, with o
viousl) d rees of success, now hope that their child
the) themselves preach not what the) themselves
Besides, the ,rpa!" atmosphere is conducive to the compromisi
authority the parents with regard lo each other's traditional ri
in th.ir respective spheres of influence; and the children, who .:.-
recognize paternal befuddlement. and enter as partners into the |
arrangemi nl takinj eqi all) eas) advantage of it no longer to rent
in the subservient role of child.
All ol this must be placed against the backdrop of a world .
mada world which has suffered a number of major wars, disaster-
devastating socio scientific advances, technologic and political
heavals since 1945. Many of these incorporate the most pat.
immoral elements obvious lack of concern for the welfare of oth. I
in the form of genocide, mass atomic slaughter, the illicit rise
f;..l of governments, and drastic efforts at the retention of ancii
forms of racial and religious bigotry.
TH DIZZY SCAlf Of UlADOX
^JOT A SMALC number of parents actively participate or openly
identify with such movements on the outside while preachi
morality at home Can they truthfully expect their children not
react unfavorably particularly in the matter of establishing dual
levels of morality of their own?
But more to the point is the parental inability to cope with the
dizzying tempo of the times a tempo into which they were not
born. Theirs was a world in which anv of the upheavals enumerated
here would previously have required centuries of more gradual
Mange. Contrarily, the legacy of their children is speed, a woodei
insensitivity t social inconsistency, and seeming parental sanction
given to double ethical standards.
Is there any reason for wonder that teen-agers adopt similar
standards under these circumstances even if to the detrimenl I
the traditional parent child relationship- Is there anv n
wonder that parents and children complain they do not "undersl
one another- or that today's teen-ager seems simultaneoui
! crr"tic ~" BU' U to a violent world and Inured to its
-Next week, for some views on education, with tb<
on Jewish religious school.


Friday. January 12, 1962
tfTTER TO THE EDITOR -
Jewlst fhridUgtin
Paqe 5-A
Zionists Say They Meet Challenge
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Lt-o Mindlin's column of Dec.
25 uTors lo our Community's re-
action to and understanding of
Arab-Israel relationships, and the
actions taken at the IN
I was not familiar with the meet-
ing called by the Federation of
Miami leaders, at which Israel's
Consul Dover discussed the Arab-
Israel refugee problem.
I would like to advise you that
the American Zionist Council of
South Florida has an ongoing
program of public education in
connection with Arab-Israel re-
lationships. This organization,
consisting of representatives of
all Zionist groups, tries to follow
closely local and national events
of particular interest in this
sphere.
We attempt to combat remarks
.if Mr Batal. who has been active
in other areas than South Florida
I i recent months, and generally
present a positive viewpoint to local
community organizations. We have
iffered speakers to local service
irganizations to discuss the Arab-
Israel relationships. For example,
! ha\e accepted an invitation to
ad ress a Rotary Club in Palm
('.each in a couple of weeks, as a
, follow-up to a presentation made
! by Mr. Batal
The American Zionist Council is
prepared to continue its program
of meeting these problems as they
arise, which we do constantly as
part of our responsibility
BURNETT ROTH, President
American Zionist Council of
South Florida
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mindlin's last two columns
point up sharply the dilemma
i which has confronted those of us
who have seen in the Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida the only in-
strument which can hope to combat
Arab propaganda on the local and
state level. Composed as it is of
representatives of all Zionist bod-
ies ZOA. Hadassah, Labor Zion-
ist. Pioneer Wonten. Mizrachi
with a pitiful scarcity of Influen-
tial manpower and financial re-
sources, the Council makes a val-
iant effort to do a public relations
job on behalf of Israel.
We have followed up the well-
heeled and ubiquitous Ratal.
Actually, speakers placed by us,
like bloodhounds on the trail, have
appeared all over the S'ate of
Florida, at service clubs and power
structure organizations' meetings,
where Batal had previously ap-
.icare I ,V- try to strengthen ties '
ith Christian friends of Israel.
journalists, ministers, of various
churches. We provide outstanding
and provocative speakers to uni-
versity groups, knowing as we do
how strong Arab propaganda is on
the campus.
All this we do with the anony-
mity and lack of "glamor" pub-
licity requisite in an effective,
quasi cloak-and-dagger operation.
However, this very anonymity
makes our work all the more dif-
ficult in so far as obtaining all-
out community support. Bonds
for Israel, the Combined Jewish
Appeal, the multiplicity of com-
munity endeavors which by their
very nature can touch the heart,
loosen the tear ducts, and open
checkbooks, naturally tend to
overshadow the work of an or-
ganization which makes intel-
lectual demands upon its support-
ers and, in turn, gives only the
gratification to be found in wrest-
ling with a subtle and insidious
foe, rather than the comforting
blaze of personal aggrandize-
ment.
We. of the Zionis* Council, also
look back on thai meeting in 1956.
which .Mr. Mindlin mention-, and
wish that it were possible to enlist
such interest now. when crises and
drama have given way to the less
exciting day-by-day task- we see
as ur responsibility. How despe-
rately we need the best mind- the
strongest energies, and the influ-
ential name-; of our Jewish lead-
er?! Aside from thp Mldrril Anti
Defamation League office, which
hds given us invaluable assistance,
interpreting as it doe- Arab propa-
ganda as not merely anti-Israel but
anti-Semitic as well, our basic sup-
port remain- the small, hard-core
group of Zionist-, who never wat IT
from the philosophical con; it
that, Ren-Gurion notwithstanding,
American Jewish friendship for Is-
rael, grand and necessary as is,
ianno: substitute for traditional
Zionist commitment.
We can meet the challenge of
Arab propaganda, but our -ask
would be easier and our accoi '
lishments greater if we had m re
general support and understanding,
DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK
Vice President, Zionist Coun-
cil of South Florida
M SI
CASTRO NO

It's Only Dr. Herzl, Mam
It happened in Coral Gables.
A woman was standing in
front of a large restaurant on
Miracle Mile. In her hand, she
held a tradfional blue-and-
white box of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund.
Pointing to the revered por-
trait of Dr. Theodor Herzl on
the box. she urged passersby to
drop in a few coins in behalf of
J.\F projects in Israel.
An outraged Gables shopper
stopped, and beuan animately to
complain in an excited stream
of Spanish. All the JNF volunteer
could understand was "Castro."
Mr.-. Samuel Fletcher, man-
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fracas from her doorway, came
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No. she explained, the beard-
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Herzl. father of the modern Jew-
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The lady, blushing heavily,
mumbled some words of apolo-
gy, reached for a few coins in
her bag. and deposited them in
the JNF box.
So long as it wasn't Castro .
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*lenl Friday. January 12, 1362
From My
Diary
By MAX LERNER
Reading the dispatches aboul Nehru's press conference at New
)elhi, 1 had .i passing twinge ol nostalgia During the year I lived in
ndia, it was always an intellectm event to watch Nehru as he invited ..
lurry of questions trom reporters, jotted them .'own under main hi
ngs in .'. schoolmasicri.-h wjij ..::.: then put on a displaj ol answers
t onu caustic and bland, pungenl .mil evasive But there was .i!u..>>
Mr feel for won k- this- man who might have been a remark
ble writer n Ins i .-: ror power beyond words had not turned him into
remarkable national leadi
In this last press inference Nehru seemed mosl concerned aboul
ie eh..rue thai he hid betravea Gandhi's principles in taking Goa bj
iree. Thi~ i- undei I. ndable
For me the striking rem rk ol the conference was Nehru's comment
ii h<> worli opinion I'ned up ri hi- Goa adventure, Tin Western na-
,.in~ deplored it, the Vsian-Afncan nations cheered H Then come the
racial sentences "I do not like this division <>t opinionto put il ver>
rudely, white and black li i- ,. bad sign, but there it is l have been
stressed by this morf than anything
It was a delicate theme, hut V hru has a talent tor exposing the bare
erve-end To h-> sure 'he Russians and their East European satellites
heered the <'.< move 'mm it ha- now become almost standard procedure
ir Africans and Asians to forget that the Russians are white. But the
icl remains 'hut what Imost al1 the older UN member-states regarded
s a charter violation the newe*1 Afro-Asian .dates hailed as a victor)
a anti-colonialismand therefore justilicd on every ground.
I a.- reminded ol the scene in .if .in Genet's "The Black- where
luropa and Anna hoM a verbal tourney, with 'he argument earned
n in highflown verbal terms, but with all the hate and terror showing
iruui.li
-:- -'7- -Y>-
I SHOULD LIKE to believe that Nehru was addressing his warning
i the Alro-Asian states, hut il he was chiding anyone. I i^uess it was
lurope and America. It was really a warning to the whites to under-
land how close 'he w ol liberation" are to the colored nations, and
i.refeie !o -top opposing them in any waj even if they seem to run
foul oi the IN Charter
The Cioa incident ha- served to sharpen our undersiandini: ol the
ature ol the en-i- through wlmh the IN is now passing. Two wires
ave '."' crossed One Is the peace wire, the other the colonial liberation
ire Each i- eh..I'ei1 with great emotional energy. The newer IN
lembers who outnumber the original, have not been loath to make
-e nt iheir numerical superiorit> The other day I heard a l'\ dele-..
on heai ,. "mob rull ." There is a new passion rampant
i the I'N to chalk | I i mrjorities for anti-colonial resolutions which.
I.an-'i r iheir mi rits have little bearing on the peace ol the world.
\- .. n-sult. the confidence in 'he l \ ha- been badlj shaken, and
ot in in th< i S Thi State Depi will havi to pursue a hard sell it
mi .. \. ., mi ej from Congn -- to purchase halt the new i'\ bond
,.. v the sad fact is thai tin confidence in the IN ha- been
haken bj the very nationsthe sn newer or.- for which a
. a -tin!'; against ri I p and which would thi
-ei- ii it were to die
II timi i -...- '.. Ihi rial vcr> distinctly, that thej ha^
nm. hwords o! anti-col and that the effort
r.'i^ i r: :':. i \ inti nfymg thi aggressive nature ol
is boui l< roy the UN and peace togei her.
what makes the wholi business worse is the color ques
hit h \i hru has tor the firs! lime laid hare We must face the fact that
hile the Vfro \ ers ise the slogans ol anti-colonialism, much
f their h stilit> is in fi I no' i anti-colonial but anti-white We must
: <> faci the I n the ca< of the older nations, much of the con-
ern about peace and about charter violations conceals, even it un-
m.-i iousl). .. fe. r and rMslike of the blacks
It reduce the whole enterprise of world peace
nd ol collective worlr1 action into a kind of -km game, where nations
ne up not on principl" nor even on national interest but on the basis
i ,-k.i lor Nehru must be thanked for making this clearer than it
i; : musi add that the Goa adventure did much to make the skin
ame a dizzii i angerous affair
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Continued from Page 1-A
Yona Kesse, who argued thai Is-
rael should not preclude the possi-
bility ot relation- general or cul-
tural, with the mosl powerful na-
tion In Europe He said this was
a political necessity
Moshe Kol of the Liberal party
declared that while West Germany
not Nazi, il was possible to
say thai the present West German
generation differed entirely from
ii whn h promoted the Hitler re-
gime. However, he added, it was
'-inescapable" that Israel West
.. rman relation- must "sooner or
later be established.
Binyamm Shahor. "i the National
Religious Party, agreed that Is-
rael should ma foster cultural re-
lations with West Germany but al-
. i that it should not dismiss out-
right "those who wish to repent."
Israel, he said, must try to build a
bri Ige to the West German youth
and Intelligentsia "w h o are
ashamed ol the Nazi past "
Mapam's Mrs Emma Talmi-
Levin summed up the opposition
view with a brief: "No arms, no
teachers, no cultural relations"
.Mth the Wesl Germans Asserting
that relation- should be limited to
those dictated l>> necessity." she
criticized B recent mission ot Is-
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Dr Irving Lehrman will preach
Junior and senior high school stu-
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Irvine Specr presents a trophy to Michael Gewitz on the
youngster's winninq the recent Optimist oratorical contest.
Pabbi Alexander Gross, principal, looks on. Michael spoke
in behall ol the student body at the 14th annual banquet of
the Hebrew Academy recently in the Fontaineblecu hotel.
Israel Philharmonic Marks
25th Year of Organization
' | AVIV JTAI A bnl
: poi toi mance i Beethoven's
~v mphi n> u ith the choi al
u.ri sung in I'nulish insU ad
tandard Germanmarked
i h iversarj cl the found-
ol the Israel Philharmonic Or-
< In -;r.i this week,
' i jubilee concert was held im
the auspices and in the pn
.. ol President Izhak Ben-Zvi
' im I Ministers', the entire diplo-
c corps ;mm
tli l'ruled States .mil Britain at-
;> i ed the concert
years since the orchestra
rounded by the late Bronislau
lluberman, it hat become one oi
t i!- ambassadors in lours to
parts : the world. The Tel
Am Municipality announced that
uare fa< ing the Mann Audi-
' um, the home oi the orchestra,
: amed < 'rchestra Square
The performance of the Ninth
.'.' "ohony was preceded by some
confus:on as *o the language to
IM used in the choral portions of
*re last movement. The orches-
1 i public board asked guest
conductor Josef Krips, musical
' i ofthe Buffalo Symphony,
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ret to perform in the original
German of Schiller's "Ode to
Joy," which is incorporated in
the final movement. The board
Cited the mocd of Israelis created
by the lengthy trial of Gestapo
Co!. Adolf E;chmann for brutali-
ties an; murders of European
Jewry.
The board recommended Ii< brew,
lo which the guest conductor con-
sented However, the Viennese so-
prano, Wilm.i Lipp. canceled her
appearance as guest soloist be-
rauseo1 th..i decision. H was then
decided to perform the choral por-
tion in English when it was found
too difficult to find soloists who
could sing in Hebrew American
and British singers were signed
and ivi .i beautiful performance,
. i cording to the critics The or
chest the soloists received
landing ovation and i ar-shatter-
applause .it the close 11 the
, mi i
The concert marki d I hi 25th an-
sarj i i the firsl p. rformance
.i ihi i >r In itra.
President Kenni ily i d on
ilations to I hi on ... c-n its
h annh 11 sarj.
Continued from Page 1 A
lish new ones in which a Hebrew
atmosphere will prevail .
panim will b* conduct) d.
.'!. To publish or encourage the
publication ol books and periodi-
cals especiall) for children and
youth, bu: ah toi adults pi >ses-
>111^ sonn oi Hebrew,
i. To cooperate with other
agencies in a :jstained effort to
bring about a better climate of
opinion through et'-catioh among
parents and community leaders
in favor of Hebrew studies gen-
erally, and particularly in favor
f assigning a more prominent
place to the Hebrew language
and literature in all Jewish
schools.
Dr Neumann pointed out that
"there is in this city, the well
known institution, the Herzliah He-
brew Teachers' Institute, with a
proud record of 40 years of notable
achievement to its credit." He
lurther said that "there is reason
to hope that Herzliah will meet all
i.< cessary requirements and con-
ditions. Including those deemed es-
sential by the donors, and develop
into a duly accredited college un-
der the laws of the State ol New
York
Or. Neumann aiso announced
that the Tarhuth Foundation will
ii governed by a board of direc-
tors now in formation, lie revealed
that in addition to both Goodmans
and himself, the hoard will include
Trot. Abraham Halkin, New York;
Prof. Mordecai N Kaplan. New
York; Philip Lown, Boston; Louis
K. Levinthal. Philadelphia; David
Morgenstem. New York; Simon H
Rlfkind. New York: William S.1I7
man, New York; and Ralph Wech-
sler, Newark. N J Abba Eban,
tornur l-rael Ambassador to the
tinted States, and now Israel Min-
ister of Education, is honorary
chairman.
Abraham Goodman, now treas-
urer of the Jewish Agency, has
been active in the Zionist move-
ment and in the furtherance of
Hebrew education since boyhood.
For many years he served as
treasurer and national vice presi-
dent oMhe ZOA and plays, a lead-
irg role in eHcrt* for the United
Jwish Appeal and Israel Bonds
and in the promotion of private
investments in Israel.
G001 man saw -, ..., u
r of tin Jewish Li -, n tt\
1 durii :. World War I N u
treasurer oi the ZOAj
in plays .1 I
pj ri n I 1 hall ol Isi... and the
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Kwitney Speaks
At Luncheon
Miami Beach attorney Paul Kwit-
nej addressed the Luncheon Club
I lu Miami Beach Zionist DiS-
tr.ct on Wednesday r.oon at the
Ritz Plaza hotel.
Kwitney is president-elect ol the
district and past chairman ol the
Zionist Youth Commission. He has ,d
I < (ii on study lours to Israel. Rus-
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CHAIRMW P.wm WCHT &vnnilHCfS Tur /iPrO,*'7MP'7 OF THESE DISTWGWSHED BUSINESSMEN
.:--, i. Rub-n Stewart Sunness A'ex SJinc-idman Herman Rubin Joseph 3rooks Mai Marshall Samuel Rappaport Morris RaLinow
HOWARD KANE
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Committee
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Leading Miami Merchants
R?Jiy to Combined Appeal
Jewish Welfare Causes
Greater M..... oul standing
. .i
J .*:-h App< al
i k as :.;,: antile ( bairman
Machl announced the ap-
inl ment cf ri< i ;

ling like a rosti
Who's Who Among Miami Mer-
chants." the Mercantile Division
n sidi i 11
with the new appointments
N'amed by Macht < re.
arel Manufacturers Group
irmen: Alex Schneidman,
Te I Rubel, Straw
Inc : Mai Mar-hall. Ol Mai
'.all. Inc.
lirtai! Apparel Group co-chair-
men: Joseph Brink-, merchan-
dise manager of Burdine's: Sam
por". merchandise man-
of Kichard.s; William S. Ru-
!>:.. \nt prc-ident and general
merchandise manager oi Jordan
-h
and Appliance Croup
Ci chairmen: Theodore J I
CJA PHILANTHROPIC PORTRAIT
Hibernian's Life of Doing Good
The s-eat victories of li'e
are ofteres* wen in a quiet way,
and not with alarms and tru ->-
.. ..e Benjamin Car-
dczo. 1515.

behind tl
an has
help build

A li i irter '>f Fe I-
"H and it- Combined Jewish
al, Liberman is a founder
; Sinai Hospital He also
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Ji :. Beth Sholom, I
and ih,' i .. .,
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man has been a i. : Mi-
i h for more th;>
years lie was a vici president
and director of Mercantile Na-
tional Bank of Miami Beach lor
jrs.
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: u ln< A -i Alexander, Kent
Furniture. Inc A Irving Wit*,
Emer.-on Radio ol Florida
Jewelry Group co-chairmen
Da .d Balogh, David Balogh, Inc ;
- Rabin'owitz, Miami Dia-
mond Center; Herman Rubin,
Maynar Page, Inc
Mian i Bi a< h ': rchants Gi
Ed Grei nb r
i a ,
:i. slack ;
S ii n M ir
Pix Shoes Co.; Al
: Alluri S
n L Su m< -. P \
I meetings ol
i i
ii un Hie
v ek
Million Jews Entered
n 1.000.000
ns of diffei
enl lai i I ave poured into
This i- about the same
er a the total population of
Da I inty.
Combined Jewish Appeal
Chairman Cal Kovens (left!
confers with Sam Blank at
Pa-esetters dinner in the Dip
lomat hotel. Below, Josepl
Meyerhcff, national chairmar
of the United Jewish Appeal
chats with Miamian Emil Mor
Ion at Pacesetters dinner.
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Friday, January 12, 1962
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Page 9-A
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prcciii 1932 I
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fast, ai i en mount-
rough-
put thi t has ;icn dit-
.. to kei p pace
, our people
e needs and thai
partici] ate and

Gifts
some
: and thai ..ll
: htr ..- cai ipaign,

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I
cam"vt' p^at'g-st; EycouRf;-:^p
Outstanding leade:
Are Coming Forward
To Share CJA's Helm
Top leaders confer ai Pacesetters dinner. Left to right are Rabbi
Herbert Friedman, executive director of the United Jewish Ap-
peal; Pacesetter chairman Sam Friedland; and Max Orovitz.
1
...

Greater Miami's 1962 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign contin-
ued to reach "New Horizons" ol
leadership during the week with
a new series of appointments to
important posts bj Campaign
Chairman Cal Kov< -
The "outstanding and enthusi-
astic response" from those ap-
i roa< hed to accept leadership
posts was lauded by Kovens
It mosl encouraging," Kov-
ens said. "The people w< ask
are coming happily into the cam-
paign llmosl everyone we talk
to just wants to know whal they
can do to help "
\. appointments include Irv-
ing Berlin and Jack Popick, co-
yc ..ig^ni WfcWI*^rA8r* a
AS! Out Push
Planned Here
The General Solicitation Divi-
sion ol the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal has been marshalling its
eek for an all out
rtrivi ui ler the chairmanship of
- N Helli
11,11, r has been meeting with
i. two immediate subordinates,
Mrs Charles Feinberg, ol the
W'omi r ,"1 A Budd
: the Men s i pmmittee,
to formulate campaign plans.
llii- week was Agencj Week,
with representativi ol the vari-
ous agem ies of Ihe Greater Mi-
ation launching
., it : | nc campaign to recruit
workers.
We're getting m ll underway,"
Hell< said. "We're getting an
lien) response, and I want to
call now upon all agencies to
plan on taking .< mosl active part
...
ili air inc. n ol the Cleaners and
Laundries Group; David Fleeman
and Max Goldstein, co-chairmen
of the Construction Division; Jo-
seph Cohen and Hen Silver, co
chairmen of the Food Group.
Frank Mark-, Lloyd Ruskin and
Mel Frumkes, vice chairmen of
Ihe Lawyers Group; Nat Cynna-
nmii. Sid Falk and Barney Land-
ers, vice chairmen of Ihe Build-
in u Supplies Group; Lawrence C.
Porter, .lames L. Mack, and Rich-
ard B. Stone, vice chairmen ol
the Attorneys Group; Kobcrt S.
Hurwitz, vice chairman of ihe
Advertising Group; Dr. Henry
Lubow, vice chairman of the Phy-
sicians Croup: Melvin Burton and
Howard N Miller, co-chairmen ol
ihe Accountants Group; Milton
Balsam, chairman of Printing
Group 150; and Aaron Karr. chair
man ol Ihe Miscellaneous Services
Group
The biggest individual increase over his previous year's contri-
bution was made at the Pacesetters dinner by Leonard Rosen
(left) shown talking with Joseph Meyerhoff, national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal.
CJA Pacesetters (left to right) are Carl Weinkle, Diplomat hotel to pledge nearly $400,000 to
Sam C. tevenson, Joseph Sacks, A. J. Molasky, the 1962 New Horizons campaign.
Ben Blum, and A. J. Harris. They met at the


Page 10-A
Jtofef fkrkt&n
Friday, Jcnua;\
12,
Mcyor Robert King High wields shears on ribbon of orange
bjossoms to officially open Flagler Federal's new marble and
bronze, six-story main office at 101 NE 1st ave. Lending a
hcnd (from left* are Paul H. Marks, president cf the savings
and loan association; Metro Commission Vice Chairman Alex
Gordon; Ira Dixon, Washington. D.C., of the Home Loan Bank
Board; and Alired B. Parker, architect. The SI.000.000 edifice
is the harbinger of the "new look" for downtown Miami.
Btalik Officers To be Installed
Blalik Brancb ol Farban nuit Tuesday evening at the or-
ganization's Cultural Center, 842
Washington ave. Newly elected
officers will be installed.
President it 9am Jackson, suc-
ceeding Beryl Morn.-on. outgoing
president. Other officers include
Jacob Tarr. vice president: Aaron
Liebman, recording secretary: Hen
Zu>n Dickstein, financial secretary:
Phiiip Kr.uis. treasurer.
Installing officer will be Ben
: Minenberg. Named cultural di-
rectors were Beryl Morrison and
Dr. Isaac Unterman,
Cultural portun of the meeting
will include a lecture by Irving
L'ftm.in on "Jewish Education."
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JERl SALEM iJTA Is
rael's Cabinet M m'daj decided lo
; ., ( immittee of Win sti rs to
torn i i regulatii i foi
miiitarj govi '" *:"'
areas p< pulati d bj Arabs 1 hi
debate on the issue a- launched
. the Cabinet meeting i>> Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion, speak-
ing as Minister ol Defense, and
:, .... gi neral agreement that
some ol the n gulatu i could be
n laxed where the c< untry's securi-
ty was '
Th( committee, undt r the chair-
mani-hip ol Mr Ben G irn n
..-!- ol Koreij
,Ii iai ti iln ster Levi Esh
, ;.- is.ii r ci \ .: < ulti re Moshe
Mi 6 ii SI piro Minister
. the Interior; and former Gen,
1 Alton, Ministi r oi L
Allen represents Ahdut Avodah,
which is committee? to the com-
plete abolition of military gov-
ernment in the border areas. His
party has reserved its right to
support a move for cancellation
of the military government if and
when the subject comes before
the Knesset for debate.
Sources close to Israel's security
problems insist that such control
i- essential in Arab population con-
centrations near the borders. A
number ol political leader- havi
however, taken the position that
alter 13 years oi statehood, Israel
can abolish such controls which
they contend places Arab- in an
inferior position in respect to civil
i ights.
Singer Will
Co-Chair Dinner
William Sin. er 1'..- bei n .<
a general co-chairman oi the Feb
7 iund ; aising dinni r at tl i I
taini b'eau aid leukemia stricken
American children
Serving with Singer will he rep-
resentatives ol the Catholic and
Protestant religious faiths, William
McDoi .i d ai d form< r state Sen
K. B. "Bunn" Gautier, re spec
lively.
The fund-raising drive is a pro-
ject ol Aiding Leukemia-Stricken
American Children, which spon-
sored the construction ol newly-
opened St Jude's Hospital in Mem-
phis, l enn.
All proceeds from th S50-a-plate
FontaineDleau dinner, and a "Ti
\ [i rs March Against I ukemia"
to b< held thi ou (hi 11 1 ladi i oun-
tj on Feb II, will go I sup|
the non-sectarian facili
Other prominent South Florid
- serving on the general com-
- Max
Urovitz and attorm 5 William Pal-

Mi-hop t'r leman 1 Can oil has
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the Feb 7 fund-raising event,
Israel Expert
Found Guilty
Continued from Page 1-A
tried, The three counts on which
he was found guilty alleged that
in collected and passed secret in-
formation to a foreign agent be-
tween August, 1957 and October,
1958 The court found him not
guilty ol t h e first ol the fo ir
counts which alleged that he had
;!- passed secret information lo
1 1 Communist bl 1 agenl ;.....r to
December, 1956
District Court Judge K. --> n,
who presided at the trial, n ad in
court only the one paragraph
m the judgment, declaring Cohen
guilty on three counts The re-
mainder of the judgment was read
in secret. Cohen- attorney im-
mediately notified the court that
he would appeal the guilty verdict.
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Jenisl> fkrirf, tr
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Red Anti-Semitism Worries U.S.

y a plaque to Milton Weiner (left), outgoing presi-
.'ireater Miami Jewish Cemetery Assn., is Oscar
jort newly-elected president for the 1961-62 term.
ation was made at the recent annual banquet and in-
of officers at the Sterling hotel. Rabbi Solomon
| .^stalled Leo Meyer, first vice president; Gus
ierond vice president; Nathan Ginsburg, secretary;
Chabner, treasurer. Delegates serving on the
Morris Frank. Morris Krevat. Abraham Pepper.
Berkowitz, Morton Beigel, Robeit Schweitzer, George
r.imuel Kostoff, Hyman P. Galbut. and Mrs. Samuel
lath Israel Double Event
l-rael Hebrew Institute
f- the congregation's tenth
v .i' .i celebration Sun-
p m.
.nil feature the dedi-
i Torah scrolls pro
Vuudath Israel by Mr
? nuel Vlolbegat and
Phillip Y.isser
'ion will open with
cort procession from
s ;at home, 7915 Bryon
B Yasser home, 505 75th
there, the procession
will move to the Agudath Israel
at 7801 Carlyle ave. A band of
music will play traditional tunes
as open cars carry the two scrolls
under a canopy.
H;ib!)i Isaac Ever, spiritual lead-
er nf Aguda'h l.-rael, ill he mas-
ler "i ceremonies .it Ihe program.
Cantor Abraham Seif, <>t Kneseth
Israel Congregation, will offer a
program ol vocal selections Vice
Mayor ol Mian i H e .i c h Malvin
Englandrr w ill extend n i tings in
behall ol the i
Continued from Page 1-A
ly informed in this respect and they
will seek, as they have in the past,
an appropriate occasion to direct
attention to the violation of human
rights in the Communist-controlled
areas in the hope of bringing relief
to people who are unjustlj treat-
ed."
In terms of specific actions,
Dutton pointed out that the UN
Subcommission on Prevention of
Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities conducted a study
with U.S. backing and over Soviet
objectionswhich will be consid-
ered by the UN Human Rights
Commission in March. Dutton
expressed the belief "that the
discussion of this issue by the
Subcommittee may have had at
least some effect on reducing
anti-Semitic propaganda in the
Soviet Union."
The State Depart merit letter was
in reply to queries by Sen Keating
concerning reports of evidence ol
anti-Semitism in several black
market trials and synagogue clos-
ings in Russia. The Department
-.ml that it would have to hold
up an official position on these spe-
cific issues, pending confirmations
of the reports. ""It is not clear
from available information whether
police action against various in-
dividual .lews has its basis in anti-
Semitism >r whether this arises
from the intensified campaign of
the Soviet authorities to stamp out
black marketeering and various
forms of speculation. Dutton'- let-
ter -aid.
On the synagogue closings, he
said thai although the Department
ha< not been able In confirm" the
reports, it is known that "the So-
viet Government continues to en-
dorse anti-reli.uious propaganda di-
rected against religion generally."
In another letter from an ad-
ministration official made public
here by Sen. Keating, I' S. Infor-
mation Agency Director Edward
I!. Marrow informed him that the
Voice of America broadcasts to
Europe, the Middle East and Africa
have earned reports during the
last several month- ol "persecu-
tion- ol Jews and -oppression of
Jewish institutions in the Soviet
Union." Morrow said USIA has
also prepared a background re-
port on the situation lor distribu-
tion among tin. foreign press
"You may be assured that we
will continue to do our part to
keep the world informed of these
and similar Communist violations
of human rights," Murrow wrote.

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Noted -ports figures were to par
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Friday, January 12
Teachers' Sessions
Slated for Month
Seminar and workshop for prc-
school teachers will bourn on Jan.
17 and continue for four weekly
sessions through Feb. 7. The uork-
.hop is sponsored by the Bureau
of ji'wih Edttcatioir and tlie Jew-
ish Congregational Pre School
Teachers Assn. ol Greater Miami.
On Jan. 17. a Problem Clinic will
be hold for pro-school teachers
al the Bureau of Jewish Education
building at 8 p.m. Mrs. Jeanctte
Schwartz, of the Dado County Child
Guidance Clinic, will direct the
session. Problems concerning de-
velopment of the preschool child
will be analyzed and evaluated
On Jan. 24. a workshop will bo
held in dance and rhythm lor pre-
school. This session i> scheduled
lor Temple Menorah. Teachers
will learn simple dances and rhy-
thm to present to their children in
the nursery and kindergarten.
On Jan. 31. the workshop will
again bo held at the Bureau of
Jewish Education building Al
Hurwitz. dramatic and art instruc-
tor in public schools and Temple
Israel, will conduct a special work-
shop on arts and crafts for pre-
school.
Preschool teachers will bo ex-
pected to participate in the mak-
ing of simple art objects
<>n Feb. 7, at Temple Menorah.
the pre-school group will meet to
study music and song.
.Mrs. Jack Donnerstag. music in-
structor at the Hebrew Academy.
will direct this session in simple
,-nngs for presentation to pre SCh K>1
btudents.
Seminar and workshop sessions
are sponsored as part of the annual
in-service training tor pre-school
teachers Arrangements are un-
der the direction of Louis Schwartz-
man, executive director of the Bu-
reau, and Naomi Brandeis, presi-
dent Of the Pre-School Teachers
Assn. of Greater Miami.
Folk School Plans Celebration
Conii: motion class of Beth Toiah Congregation visits a kosher
meat market. Donald Mendelson shows the students a chick-
en being prepared according to the laws of kashruth. Look-
ing on are Kenneth Roland. Cc'.hv Sandier. Barbara Halbrich,
and Martin Rudrrck. The visit was part of the class unit on
dietary laws.
Mesivta Planning Scholarship Fete
Third annual celebration of the
David Pinski Folk School will be
held Sunday evening at the Seville
hotel
Program Will include a presen-
tation of Hebrew a n d Yiddish
son Irs and recitations by studonts
of the school
World-renowned actor Michael
Gibson, formerly of the Yiddish
Art Theatre, will be featured por-
former. There will also be com-
munity singing under the direction
of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yomen.
The Pinski Folk School, now in
its third year, recently moved in-
Night at Jai-Alai
Kmma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith is planning a night at the
Miami Jai-Alai Fronton on Tues-
day a: 8 p.m. Mrs. D. Lapin is in
iharge of reserved seats.
to new quarters at 846 Wasl J
ave.
Rabbi Labovitz on TV
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
leader of Temple N'er Tamid, will
be hosl on The Still Small Voice"
tins Sunday, to a.m.. over WCKT
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program which is sponsored week-
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The Mesivta Senior Men School
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dinner Sundaj evening. Jan. 22. at
the Lombardy hotel
The Mesivta, which is an exten-
sive Hebrew and general studies
program, was oramze,l in Sep-
tember. i%o. and now consists of
10th and llth grad< -
According *o Alexander Mosco-
vits, chairman of the event, the
rabbis ol the communit} and the
leading layman cl the area Hill at-
tend this first dinner
"The proceeds of the r!inn< r v ill
be used ; c n er th < defi< i of the
High School incuri < d Im cause <>i
he man} scholarships being grant-
I i" stu li nts." Samuel Reinhard
and Hyman Galbut, co-chairmen,
said.
The High School offers, a com-
plete Hebrew and English curric-
ulum ana prov:c"es daily meals
and dormitory facilities to both
local and out-of-state students.
Louis Merwitier, noted philan-
thropist, is honorary chairman.
Murray Berkov. it/, cha r
...in of the arrangements commit-
tee, >..iil thai a noted speaker will
ress the dinner His name will
be made public al a meeting oi the
i ments committee Monda}
evening at the Lombardy hotel
other members ol the arrange-
ments committee are Rabbi Jonah
E l apian. Louis Dublin. Dr. Sam-
uel Ersoff, Morris B Frank. Mar-
tin Genet. Harry Genet. Moses
Gntndwerg Rabbi Morris L. Horo-
witz, Milton Kahn. Rabbi Abraham
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FROM THE TAIMUD
!i lor Teaching
Baha Batra. 1 la.
It there are more
. -. ,hildren in c
.:... imiruction, un t>-
pointed.
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Competent rnttWCtOTl
large."
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.. than '.: 'flli'U-insrriii-
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II bevetnr more diligent
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rve//a(om ^wite
Art of Being a Jew Tells
Us of the Art of Reading
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By RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah
The an of being a Jew requires
the acquisition of mam and di-
verse skills. Through the years, we
have developed the ;.r; ot living
under crisis: the art of a three-
"" ns ; i sense ol
; and future; the
art f crc
.: so< Ky of culture I |
. u.il
sell witl :
II. thi
. he
lelli
' Yode'a Sel
Gcncrall)
who is ui ,ed ii the lit< ra
| <.f hi- people, as well ..- i m who
is high!) i ated. Literally, how-
ever, the xpn ssion means a per-
son .* ho knows a ook
Since his emancipation, the
Jew has gradually weakened, or
entirely lost, some of the skills and the arts which enabled him to sur-
Vive. Surely the art 6! reading |.< rapidly becoming a lost art even to --
tne .lew it is tn-c tha* th.' loss of this art is not unique to us but is one SETH RAPMAEL 139 NW 3r *"
shared with the American community at large Noneheless we have ., "hT' JMII?? Sacer' p"Mu"r'
reason to believe that i.- our case the loss of the art of reading is greater
in proportion and in deg't-e. beth tfilah. 035 Eid.d av. pr.
^ e r v i c e s _/ ft i s LL'e c h e n d
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RABBI MAYO ABRAMOWITZ
DETH 5RAEL. 40CC Pt.i av C-
1'cue- Rapti M. LOun rtottman.

beth JACOB SOL311 Waihinrton
.-.vc. CrtHidox. R.!'bi Tibor Sttrn
Cantor Mauriea iv.aments.
m >.i ii tlH\ -
n kIii ui w i u ..- ;..-'
and :.- fi \ me Icn K.nuri i .
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h or ten liff
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i
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" Mi 1.1 Kill
world t ould
U Ould marry
buii......1
MIDRASH I I llll.LIM
*
~ < ij.rv has nxty toothaches
phi : ..... >:..> ';> his lips.
rAI MUD
J 111 ;.:.(-
linn but such
.. anybody any
u.\ iin one
VARN HAGEN
Thi
'
iher's luc^ U
lion EN STEIN,
It is the rare home in which one can find books on Jewish history ,hoflcx Rabbi Joi,eph F Rack0"k>'
rhW..Hin-Pail,.w! r Jts'iS5 Phil,,;,,',n-V Th-' C'osesl we come to a Jew: BETH torah. ,64h ,t. ane ne 11th
isn reading public is the fiction best-seller, whose hero or heroine is a,e- Conservative. Ra0bi Max l.p.
Jewish. The outstanding successes' ol Iris' "Exodus" and Wlila 18"" Rf"**" Cantor Bei,-2l0n Kiraehan
are a phenomenon which is most encouraging, though not entirely under- Kn.ta7":.:i3 and s:o p.m. srmu.ii
stood. There are it is quite true, the ever-present "dust collectors" '""" "' l:"'""" ';"" ; u'"1""
always found in the library shelves of the Jewish home in the lorm of ": ,uT>*"l '., H\ "XJ.W^
the Bar Mitzvah or wedding Bible I'-m
The degree of Jewish, illiteracy reaches astounding heights. Not coral way Tkwish center
only have we lost the art of reading, but we have even lost the aware- "A svTmh i?Miami"R^Iam-
ness that there are books to be read *"* Apm. cantor G?r?icn Levin.
The "Jewish Book Month" project, the organizational book review.-, i!o"
and other worthy promotions are feeble efforts at reviving 'he art of '' ,;'" Mnavoli .
reading. When the Jewish funily revives itesU and undertakes its tra- ': Ml .....' Mr"_xJ;!i|an **"'
ditional role in the Character-building of the Jen. we will, undoubledlv dade heghts Jewish congre- temple beth sholom. 4144 Chaso
see a revival oi 'he an of reading. Until then, our educators and insth NW Leon Kronisn-
tutional leaders must accept :he challenge of teaching the Jew, both
young and oid, th profound meaning of the term "Am Hasefer ""
*"rd. '~rc- ". --roe *t. Conservative.
R.ibbi Sr.rnjel Mendelowrtz.
Ri.-i-ter.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why are the refreshments brooght -,
to the synagogue when one has i .
Yahrjeit sometimes referred to Midmi
by the name "Tikkun?" .....\ssn.
The expression Tikkun"' im-
plies the no;i> : e\ "re-
lorm" (r "impro\ 1 n ent 'I he
later Kabbalists led people to be-
lieve that the ,-oul. alter It leaves
the body in death. mti>t undergo I
-nine sort oi improvement or re s
pair to render it wholesome and
pure again as ii was given to man
RAI :... :
Cool
Coil butor
MH I iCHIFP
Gems oi Wisdom
al birth
serv^tive. Rabbi Harold
Canter Emanuel Ujndcl.
1 :] -. p,
! .'..".
H 1 Mltxs.ih Marti ..i M--
'' ; i. I'alkln uiiJ : >:. 1
I'aikin,
-
FLAGLER GRANADA. 5C MW f.1st
pi. Conservative. Ritti Ger..i[!
Lerer. Cantor George Gudberg.
ai.d .-.:n l.x
, .-
I.. .

IE CREW AC A DEM V. 9 8 6:n t. Or
tnoaox. Rabbi Alexander Grosa.
t
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson >t Con Dav.d Shapiro. Cantor Neru.can
Hi ilbraun.

ISRAEL'TE CENTER. ;i75 SW 25th
er Conservative. Rabbi Mcton
M lavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
I n ii
K ivn S..... >
Ml h II hi ( \v \i -
\ nl Ti lliiw

KXESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave
Orthoitux. Rabbi Oavic. Lehrtield.
Cantor Abraham Seif
1 n ..-.-..
I'lifMl VVhii Hi .. I .. Smtl

Ksiypl "
Canter David Conviser.
-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ten ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
-
rFvr-i E trtpi. 13' NE 19th St.
Re'orm Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Sen on "Whai i<
th : Ifi i ivi. n .in Etl
... .vlsh l.ii.

TEMPLE JUDEm. 320 Palermo ave.
I iberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet.
- loahua
* .. ^ Shabbal
low.

TE%'PLE MENOm>H, 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
o.vitj Cantor Ecward Klein.
- .i :n Si r-
\* A\ r.
e
TEMPLE \ER TAMID. 80th st. and
'..turn Waterway. Modern T-adi.
tic-.'! Rabbi E ogene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
n Freedom
Evei aeaa." Satui
'.!' Weekl) Poi lion.
This
behavior and thus become "another
said to take place person" as it i> -ometimes colloqui- miami hebrew congregat on
Mount Zion
Mount is the
p f Mount Zion, where
Pn I'd in memory oi the
,1] rtyrs slaughtered bv
' committee at-
,(l istrj ot Religious
r the project of
*" rtners: the parents
1; '' boy in the Diaspo-
a: '" 'he management of
Bt Zion i this, and the latter
him m 'ouch with an Israeli
1 Bar M.tzvah is at the
Both children receive
MHzvah certificates and greet-
crolls from the Mount from
r'l"ig to tradition, all
Bm forth. The Mount
'" has likewise initi-
'"'' dispatch of foundation
es irom Mount Zion to Diaspora
Igogues Every new svnagogue
wected order-, a foundation
rom Mount Zion, I Abraham, Sarai to Sarah, and Jacob F.li|h purthermor* their frame! wood. 1351 s. H ave. Reform
1 "' festival DUarlmkte. \* brael "^ rabbi8 ta the Tal' of existence is not quite clear. pvid.7 snsTm^'s.rmon -i. i.rae.
s mud deemed the change in name Intenratlng ih,. tna-atherinc?" Satur-
las 10:44 : m.
TEMPLE S NAI OP NORTH MIAMI.
12:00 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Bennc M. Wallach.
I i ,. '' i''.-<> Sei mon "Are Re-
foin ui i'haiwidlani Com-
ntlbli
through (he wandering ol the soul ally said. A change ,n name can "" JJ*^;. Tr.dlt.on.l. Can. T,.RERT.i?b,,8NR.1h1.LTi 2^m~n %!
Charity, prayer and good deeds thus bring about a change in char- i-..i -.,..,, Saturdaj a.n Bhi
performed by the heirs speeded aeter which can eventually result ;' ,".',,r.!; ""' "' "' '' "
this process and helped the soul m a change in destiny.
attain its required purification that
much sooner. Thus the refresh-
ments which are donated when one-
has Yahrzeit is tailed "Tikkun"
'(repair or reform1 since this re-
past is considered as a means of
purifying the soul of the deceased
tor Albert Clantz.

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Leo Hrim.
-' 'Hardening
of tin Heart." Saturdaj 9 ..in Ser-
MINYONAiRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Doe* Jewish religion believe in the S0UTHWEST CENV M,f, sw ,th Wlih 0uc Yvung
existence of demons and evil ,t. conservative. Rabbi Maurice and With Our Old
spirits? Klein.
- TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
There are numerous Biblical and temple adath yeshurun. 102s Conservative. Rabbi Aitred wax-
TalmiMlin ic u-ll ns IfahhallXI.. NE 183rd t.. Mi-.m. Gardens rd. _"" Cinor Jacob Goldfarb.
Idlmudic a- w.n as Kabbalistic Rabbl Max Zuck,r. Cantor Abra- I" :30 p.m Sermon: I'. i. in.in-
sourees to substantiate the fact that ham P-isman. ed I., nd. -hip Saturday :::(" a.m.
. u_ ihere was some tvne of rei'-ird lor '' '* I P '" Sermon: "Tin >: i-al !::" M'tjyahi Sanford Alan, son ,.f
Why is it customary to change the "rt ws some lype oi regard lor, M, ( gaturdaj 9s ... Sermon -All su' "1,i %lr> si "" Sokolow.
name of an individual who is llu' existence of demons and CtVli Toawthei Bsw Mluvah: Daniel i: -
._;,- ,ii ;u9 spirits. Maimonides seemed toi_ ._, --
critically illr temple beth am. 5950 n. Kendall
. ', .,.,., have been the exception, as he de-1 or. So. Mmi. Reform. Rabb,
As far back as istory nH.s ,h(.ir ,.x,.u.nc,. as a physical Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixia
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
it can be seen that the change in ,,,,.y altogether. Even those who' ,. .^dvnV":
, ,!, ...... -------*------------------------.....-----------------1 rrlilaj v SO p.m. t-Hlurilnv ] :li ..in "'>-. n ones name brings atxiui a tnange miyV have believed in their exist-!- \i lavah, Jeffrey, son ol Mi and M*"' '"' :!" '"" B*,w*a <"
in one's destiny. Such was the ence nov,,r regarded this belief Mr- ank Mark.. Wtajah:^. Qau-tner Sermon: "C
case when Abram was changed to a> a[| egsentia] piir| 0f the Jewish temple beth "el of holly-'
YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Bar
"om-
,,f ,u ......" pKi'inagi-.
01 thousands of pilgrims as-
^ "tmt z,n ln $ong !md me|0_
fj all ol them receive a cerli-
"W flower from Mount Zion.
Brit Ivnt Olamit)
lehuet ut fro*
M Uati INIDI -
one of the main means by which
the destiny, of a person could be
altered.
Some commentaries contend that
this is" so becausi an individual
may be pui ished for some i vil
which he did. i hanging his name
could impress him to changi his
.
.." d< in ..
'
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a r i i Mcrris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
aj ''"!< in s. m m "Flvi .' ar.
And Wh Sal

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
CANDIEUGH7ING TIME
7 Shebot 5:34 p.m.
MUSI V/l I !% UV
can sviivc rMum jrrjiKoo onMiicn. rxcu nuau 1 w. hjui auovi


Page 14-A
vJenisti fttridtain
Friday. January |
I
A Capital View
By HAROLD EIDLIN
Kennedy's Decision to Delay Housing Order Evokes Surprij
Washington
PRESIDENT KENNEDY'S decision to delaj l"is
long-swatted executive order prohibiting racial
is discrimination in federally assisted
. jsing has provoked here some surprise
For some, ihe delay ma> -coin like an eternity.
Ri ports here Indicate the order maj be put on for .is
: as ai '< r year;
Bui for n -t. Ihe decision nol to act came .it a
iino when il as Icasl expected Jusl how close the
President vvai lo actually affixing his signature t<>
Ihe historic pnd controvi rsial documenl maj be seen
nl) one il.i> before the announce-
: ol Ihe White House delay, sources regarded
BS highlj i ?liabh >\ ere rejoicing over the fact thai
P order \ lo i signed and issued as .1 kind of
New Year's picseni for Ihe nation
What k< the President from picking up his
Ow needn't probe very deeply, actually, to
the n In a word, they're :ill political
Kirsi at emosl he powerful Southern
1 1 gress which has been fighting mad about
., riea ev< since il was first suggested in 1959 by
Federal Civil Rights Commission, and then re-
-,- led L'omraission's October 1961 report.
; Si 1 ners had implied all kinds oi threats
against the Presideni and his programs il he had
, through with the order. For one thing, there
'., possibilityand a verj strong onethat tin
jthei n< rs wi uld have refused, in spite, to go along
\Ir Kenni I) forthcoming proposed lax re-
edier] care and tariff-cutting propoals,
-..- are on tenuous legislative grounds
.- stands, Ihe President felt he couldn't risk
thosi sorelj needed Southern votes
Dm anorvmous legislative observer here put it
this way "Issuance oi an anti-discrimination hous-
1 i'il have been like waving ;i rod flag in
I th The White House just isn't in .1 posi-
alienat< an) i"
. ten then as the matter of personal relation-
Thc Presideni iously aware that his
- elet lion j ear could possibly
ave bur" re-rlecl spects for some Southern-
, : prii ci| an ng thesi an Rep Albi rl Rains
Senator .I n S rkmanboth of Alabama and
rmei cspectively. of the House nd S< nati
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
It's Really Not Crazy
*T S CRAZY, you say, thi dea il every-
-. Hi rew there would I <
orld peaci
But didn't the Atom > Em rgy Com-
gel (hi id*.. for (ipi ration
gshan from the Hebrew prophet?
u ho spoke ol turning the
v 01 d ml shai es.
Thej would get more peace ideas it
the) couia read Hebrew, for the Jew never has boon a
>ing man. 1 was n bout a young Israeli soldier
who was told ot at the enemy "But I might kill
1 hi obj41
To be sure in Israel, for self-protection, they have had
t< forego 'heir ideas and their very nature We have
cod no Napoleons, Caesars or Alexander the (Ireat
In th First W->rld War. General Pershing had his various
gi rals round him at some function, Each arose to
nee bimsell Julius Rosenwald had been given the
titli : .. lh< non-combative division Winn
I lime came, h arott and announced "General Mer
1 ndise.''
K ng Dai me fighting and lor that reason. God
permit him. says the Tor ah, to build the Temple
S !e>s wonhv than David was charged to build it
il stead bectus< he had been a man of pt..,-
If \ou car. peak Hebrew, >ou have better things to do
w th your time than go shooting.
V'l it would be hard. 1 must admit, to teach all Ameri-
cans the Hebrew je They know a few Hebrew
words, Amen. Halelujah, Selah, but il is hard to get these
int< a conversation.
Perhaps h will suffice if we teach the world one He-
irorrl What is the most important word?
The most imp< rtant word is hello. With "hello."' you
ran get 1 < All the rest, as Hillel naif V -.
1 1 mmertary But hello i> merely the acki men!
< preference It d <- not convej anj idea beyond
U .
Sup] adopt the word

Imaf ns the world over saj
A ci: tinuous bombardment of the
of Peace' Cons man) thousands of dollar- a com-
sr to pay for a teJevision comnMi
product.
,te the powtr of one word
.- Id : Rabbi Zuzya that he could never remem-
the Gn soon a? tht
< the words. '"And God -aid" or "God spoke,"
hi vat s* overcome with ten and -'iculating.
torn obln:. nd, -..,i -
I 11 HasM v 1 ry, ":r. tru'h
OTM t can be uphitcd and 1 an the
-id be r~decn-.ed "
housing subcommittees. Associates ol both men had
lei it get around that they would resign their com-
mittee posts in the taoo oi the presidential proclama-
tion as a moan- ol disassociating themselves from it
and savin? political face with the voters hack home.
Thus, it was the better part ol valor to delay the
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
A Much Needed
* Work Appears
Guest Review by
DR. SIMON GREENBERG
Vice Chancellor, Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
AHAO HA-AM: A Biography. By Leon Simon.
Jewish Publication Society of America. Philadel
phia. 363 pp. $4.50
THF. Jewish Publication Socict) is lo be highly com-
.....tided for making available at long last for
English readers a well-written, readable, comprehen-
sive 'in' attractively printed biography of Ahad Ha-
Am lAsher Ginzberg) Tins autodidact, who -pent
the flrsl tlji t) years of his life in the intellectually
stifling envnonmenl of a Hasidic community in a
I":'- rentury Russian village, later comprehended
more fully than anyone else in his day the profundity
and Ihe complexity of the problems implicit in the
Jewi generation ir eastern Europe when ho addressed
Ahad Ha s": as "Our Teacher.'" and the author of
this hiograph) speaks for thousand- ol Jewish uni-
,ei-ry graduates ol Ihe West when he writes "ho
gave me a new conception of the nature and meaning
ludaism and ol what i< involved in being a Jew
the modern world."
\'or Is then anyone better equipped than Leon
Sin to I with this theme He know Aha! Ha
Am intimate!) While yet a young man he intro-
MAI Hi Am to English reader- by translating
. number ol his brilliant essay- Almost hall a
centur) a?*1 The Jewish Publication Societ) pub
hshed a volume of his translations together with his
- lendid ir.troductorj essaj And now al the ag<
. vent) nim i< n Simon presents us with the rich
Iruits oi the life-long meditation ol a first rate mind
on a first r iti subji ci
: ':, p ibli : sui h a volume is
1 verdue, i! 1- by no means too late indeed, it is
mosl timely, for the basic problem which concerned
Ahad Ha-Am lakes on greater urgency now thai a
Jewish state 1- a realit) To his contemporaries
\ ..I Ha-Am seemed forever t<> be crossing brid
'huh had pot yet bet n reached, llerzl had. with
the insight end self-consuming fervor oi genius, fo-
i .-. el the mind and energy ol the Zionist movement
on the attention ol the Zionist to such problem- as
the spiritual renaissance oi the Jewish people, the
revival of *l>< Jewish language, the relationship be-
tween the state once established and the Jewish Com-
munities o' 'In Diaspora, the place ol the Jewish
religion in the hie of the Jewish people. The essential
nature of Jewish ethicsthough every thoughtful
Zionist recognized their importancewas neverthe-
.. ss doomed to be an unfortunate diversion of energy
from the main ta-ks. What Ahad Ha-Am was saying
as admittedly very interesting and exceptional!)
well said, but it was deemed in essence irrelevant to
the pressing need of the hour
This 1 rot to imply that Ahad Ha-Am was a
c!oi-'ered philosopher He participated fully in the
lrner circle-- of leadership of the Chovevei Zionists
of Russia He was in constant contact with Chaini
Weizmann during the critical years preceding and
lollo-.ving the issuance of the Ballour Declaration.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
,r Undoubtedly, it was a tough decisioi
Kennedy to makelaced, as he was, wil
ol political life on the one hand, and his < nsg
strong 1 ampaign promise on the othi 1
Reportedly, there was a secondary n
thi day, too Less pressing than the pi
an alienated Southern Congressional bloc-
factor neverthelesswas the unresolved dl|h
1 ilie scope of the projected order
\ ain, Presideni Kennedy found himsi |
in an ideological squeeze between those iiImm
a sweeping order and those who reluctantly said
wou'd go along with a limited ban again-- 1,
id other minority group housing discrn
Proponents ol .1 sweeping ruling argui
11 prii. t< mom > lent ing agencies 1
open for potential discriminator)
|i at ii; rai.tee handling some 75 pen 1
''! usin ans < urrently being made Si
, il e) said, would virtuallj m gati
, : thi Prcsidi nt's order
But -poke-men for the house buildini
rm the other hand, contended that such a
rdcr world produce dire results not onl\ in
indusT) 'iselt. hut for the entire econom) 1,
ii would allegedly discourag< financing ol m
building To this argument replied the w
!'i-; \- Times Herald in an editorial
u ouli liscovcr as some have already .
"',.: pci hoi -'iii; can be profitable."
Off the Record
By NATHAN
Gravity of the Crisi
time IN OUR space age
' but not mercifully Yi
in 1 ecent es the w
: pbng aith crisis after 1 ri*
t'n Hi-- cedint
n< --
Eea( h > 1. r e hop
nni he world 1.
t) to vision for survival, but
jni I as il Ihe hand ol the
eii rmined to crush our hoj
,Uh 1 rsi
Thi liTt page is nm m 1961 1
Tgi....... back, for the) wen
red There w 11 thi hoi 1;
If then in* balm al all 11 re-ted men
ion
We iikn to think .1 new year .1- Ihe orei l\
better tale Howt ver, as the wi 1
pw year -t i- too sick for recounting an
er-bh lime
Yet '. re ill bi new humming! anil suit
and : "'"' we turn the pages ol the nev ye; al
course w< are i ngi-lled by the angry wave thai
ravit) oiir crisis is such thai w<
between urvval or the undoing of creation Tn<<
we rr.i:-t abidi by the faith that man will not
God had rought, that tranquility will return .kl
current rradncss has passed its crescendo
will come when the flood has abated.
*
SIGNS OF THE TIMES .
On December 3 1928, the American Jewish
leader Louis Marshall wrote ol Yesbiva Collcgi
nren absolutely opposed from 'ho very beginnn
creation >t such 1 college, it 1- destined lo
>- -tin to do met*" harm to the best Interests
v On November 21, 1961. another An
ish Committee president, Louis Caplan, wrote
al Yeshiva University in it- 75-year hhrtor)
1 nri'htri the American Jewish religious and c
It ha- played a significant role in achieving tht n
which Juripism 1- held in the I'nited State-
Mr Cap! r- views truly reflect the risini
public acceptance of yeshivoth and their n
ion-.
Ecumenical Council Stimulates Deep Interest!
the CALLING OF an Ecumenical
* Council by Pope John XXI11 this
yeai in Vatican City has provoked deep I
-t among leaders ol major Jewish]
anizations in this country There hue
only 20 such Councils in the history
ihe Catholic Church, ihe lasl oni hav-
>een held in 1869 The Ecumenical
.il concern- itself with matter- at
faith and practice of the Church, and Jewish lead-
bone *o be abl' to submit requests related lo i.
-h-i'hri--. tensions The) are especially encour-
It) the facl that Pope John has vigorous!) denou
anti Senitism and ordered the elimination ol anti-Jewish
phrarcs fr.-m somi Catholii prayers
some Jewi-h crgi havi already formu
< tiors and submitted them to th>- special secret)
of the Ecumenical Council which preparing the
1 stion urgi tin .it:, nuation in
atechism ol thi emphasis thai il was the .lews who
crucified Jpsu ^nether mggestion ui
. hing concerning Jews anil
1 \ pthi lie -< her- in their eurnculni ol
lit Ji v : a more positive lighl I
1 .. the Council to Issue a dei 1
I pen tin ("Id and the New Tl -' '
ihet is a rei si that Catholic pr.
Jews 't changed in addition to those ain
er requests received so tar by the sctf
for M d spelling ol misunderstanding
ol ihe Icwish people irom Palestine, *m'
if a liturgii 1 ceremony dedicated
-aim- The la't proposal apparently came iron
1'iin : -. :-,.'' lo Jews It is known thai
rial to study the requests and ma)
to recommend the admission oi tm*1
server* ti thi -.--nn- of the Council At pr<
r< it rial thi Com til would Hke to see a '
I '-lmittee formed "trul) repri
the entin lew ish people both in Diaspora ana I"
wh< m I wonld be willing I


Ljav hnuary 12. 1962
. #PH/ Pacre 15-A
^owefc Finally Admit to Trial of Jewish Leaders
id J
s
les
hi
tch<
the
id,
|IO.-i
. 1
III '
1.11 -
iNDON(JTA)The news that throe aged leaders of the Lenin-
. -h religious community had been arrested and sentenced to
.. month, after a secret trial, was confirmed recentl) in
Moscow to London newspapers
leaders were Oedalia
in a statement expressed -deep
former laj chaxman
ish community in Lenin-
Dynkin and Kaganov, concern
names were not learn
Moscow dispatch* said
ee Jews were trie I m
being "secrel a tents"
tn ii ma
Jhe t ?oorts from Moscow re-
alec "'at the trial took place
rom -"' to 13. Pechersky,
:J years old, was sen-
t>- > 12 years' im0ris*n-
. The other two received
ntercM of four years eacn,
,|y ;?:3use cf their a)e, the
epor-. said. They *re oolh
Lver "1.
I'"
Ills
I '
a.. : to the confirmatorj
ne 12.1HW young
ece orchestra from .;
mservatory, g i
...
rah last Oc :-
..i son) s ami
-
here be
dt monsl ratioi
of the -
. -!
. K ,. mi,
. .. ... ,.
ions -;.
fronl f that

mil il -
I of his
tinued I
;:ous rights.
: .it Deputii -
. '"nil the rep< r ..
Embassj her
ikesmai
i i ,-
;orums Scheduled
it Oceanfront
.Mi. ach Chautauq la F ir
A u r e d a talk on rheo
w" veil by Bernard Sche< 1
,wn;.,. the University n Mi
W lay night at the i
SK i litorium, 10th st. a :i J
tfln u jram also featured
' t h e life ot R wsevelt
lb: {rams scheduled during
It nclude;
X''' medical panel featuring
or ' Beber, Dr. Irving
Br - and I)r J.\h:i H.
W '
... program de\oted to mu-
6 ting Miami Beach May
OC -. oka as guest speaker;
Ca< j> ib Bornstein. of Temple
let..' . presentation of son :-.
and : Bresakin, conduc or
. dir Miami Beach Civic Or-
ch<
>nl cenl on science Lt.
-21 Galbut. U.S Nava
He a discussion ol
an) ments ol Adm H m in
Ri - followed b\ a fi m
Power "
ieligious Zionists
stall Officers
i
R
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JKabbi
lader o
lallinv*
lAlso
boper
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ramer
lenchn:
laskii
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but IV)
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ttnal
ph Krantz was ins-ailed
>f the local chapter ot
IU9 Zionists Of America
ing Saturday ever.
Israel Congregation
David Lehrfieid. spiritual
the congregation, was in-
ifficer.
-'ailed were Rev Solomon
Dr M. J. Safra. and Philip
vice presidents; Israel
financial secretary'; Ely
n, treasurer; and Sol
rresponding secretary.
ikers were Rabb: Na-I
member of the ex
ird, and Samuel ir
e president if
ization
^ Oav,d Young Adults
L Voui will
| val
i, Jl the > :;on's
Sir Bjr/en Janner, MP, pres-
ident of the Board, said he was
"astonished" that the Leningrad
Jewish leaders had apparently
been accused of "consorting
with foreign aqents," whatever
"that meant." He expressed
fears that the episode ws "sill
another example of the dis-
criminatory treed against Jews"
in the Soviet Union.
The New York Times reported
that three .lews in Moscow were
tried on similar charges and con
viced and sentenced. The Mos
cow trial was said to have taken
place at the same time as the
Leningrad trial The Times 58 d
'hat tuo of th" Moscow defend int.*
were identified only by their sur-
names Roshal and Goldberg The
third person was nol identified.
Roshal was descr >ed as en-
gineer who was arrested during
Stalin anti-Jewish campaign in
1048 49 and :) havi served e ;hl
years in a forced labor camp Ho
was freed in 1955 mder a general
amnesty fn Uie- lune trill, ac-
cording to the Times he was con-
lemned t.> four trs of for id res-
idence in ex : ail the en I -)f a
hree > ear.....- in ......
i
STATEMENT
OF CONDITION
AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1961
ASSETS
LIABILITIES
Cash and U. S. Bonds............. $ 4,524,364.71
First Mortgage Loans ............. 29.487,162.82
Loans on Savings Accounts ....... 461,039.92
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock ... 356,400.00
Land, Office Buildings and Equipment 1,116,155.22
Real Estate Owned........... 154,764.30
Deferred Charges and Other Assets 255,244.30
Total Assets ............ $36,365,131.27
Savings Accounts ............... $30,023.095 87
Advances from Federal
Home Loan Bank ................ 2,500,000.00
Loans in Process ................. 859.692.48
Other Liabilities .................. 494,648.08
General Reserves and Surplus...... 2.437,694 84
Total Liabilities .......... $36,365,131.27
OFFICERS
Morton Trilling
Assistant ^ il f. 1'rt'Mtlrnt
David Stuzin
President
S. F. Danels W. Bentley Glass
Executive Vice President Assistant Vice President
Charles MorUoff W. H. Merrill, Jr.
Treasurer Assistant Secretary
Kenneth R. Kinard Joseph O. Tubb
Assistant Vice President Assistant Vice President
John C. Yeats
Assistant Treasurer
DIRECTORS
David Stuzin J. W. Barfietd
President President, Barfield
( ititens Federal Savings Instrument Corporation
S. F. Danels C. C. Coensparger
Executive Vice President Consulting Civil Knuir.eeC
< Ititens tedeml Savings Charles Hertzoff
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Friday, January 12. 1951
JDC Came to Aid of Many Jews During 1961
the students in the 13 17 age
ar- from familfts from M ,. .,
countries.
NEW YORK if any par- of the world needed
and received aid from the Joint
Distribution Committee during 1S51
I ne* problerr.- iift-ced many
Jewish commur.:::v- Moses A
Leavitt JDC executive vice cti. -
man. annc jr.ced hei
Tne rep-jr. .;- to me
He reported that move-ne-ir of
Jews in and out of Poland had di-
minished and that repatriation
of Jews frsm Russia had virtual-
ly stopped. The welfare needs
of the 21.000 Polish Jews were
still siztable, however, he report-
ed.
I S AJnca 81 "
in France the* are completely de- ficiane>. During the 1960-61 school
'ent on a^d from Jewish organi- year, three new Institution! were
zatiuns. He said a large number added t.> the list of JDC subven
A Tunisian Jews were expected to tioned yeshivoth, brin-jiny the total
cc-me to France before the end of to 95. with 10.387 -indent-. An in
1962 New Jewish refugee- ai-o teresting fact is that 35 percent ol
have reached Italy, some getting ________'
JDC he!p. other- airieJ by other
ma! meeting I JDC and retting JD< Tne Jews oi A-Jstna. awaiting
[ter years of de-
i iosed 'hat
Jews were aided in vanou- Eur
pean courtne- It r
influx of Jews to Fi
Easten I
and Tun
France
reached a I I t 23.0
include
nd
An !n
am.'
I
erecti
: f J
la) and hagghr.i by the Austrian
.iTament. are declining in num-
ber La?: June there were abou-
li in Austria a: I
not tde i al Moslem coun-
:'.e.- anti-J attack: had
... .
He i the .-- sti
ent 2.91 receivi I FIX I
:-h camp- .....Lbout half the J ish populal
intrj He
- them leaving
i :hi fu f cf rh
a, M
said
W< $2.50
. -
Noted Ai+orr;ey Specks Here
\ not< was gues. and M to 1 U

Fndaj ev< r.ing ser -. .. a
Loui S .El, .
selling "My Dfe in me to tin 5 i wife and eceived t lp ol JD
' th Sabbath Dr hreeyear 1905. Louis
. Jei :
He said the JDC also he'ped
- 3'a-tj in Brazil Chile.
Ch -a. *be Do-ninican Republic.
Haiti, t h e Philippines, Holiand
ard Turkey, as well as in Bom
bay Irdia, where children were
t-.ded. An influx cf Jews into
Australia required JDC he p.
He reported thai 1961, JDC
I 71.910 mei and
number, n
.--.ed
witb th. m Picnic to be Sponsored
rt for a vane'y
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by ISABEL GROVE
Parlies continue for pretty, blond Nikki Kraus. bride-elect of
Press, jr. .. For the lingerie shower in her honor Saturday
- ;il. hoiel. she chose a green and white pleated skirt with
ovei b tuse and white accessories Even the luncheon
lablf>.< i, One tremendous pink hue umbrella tor the future bride
k-er loving cup overflowing with roses and breath ol spring
I car' of the 40 .wests Nikki's mother. Yvette (Mrs. Mickey)
i attractive in a slim-line white linen with lipstick red knitted
Hoste -- tor the ga> party. Roz (Mrs White) Kirsh-
.. -old sheath, Ruth (.Mrs Louis) Gidne) setting ofl her
ocks with fire red. Belle (Mrs Emanuel roldstrich in the
I ar bn sack, and tall Rhoda Mrs Mauryi M iris in
I ce v.' iron. I racl.

. irating 'hat ohso-importanl 13th ; Kathy Druck r
see '. Bye, Bir lie al thi Coconut (
daj The matinee was preceded by I
Height Inn Her guests were sister Vic! Dorf,
of Dr a i I Mrs. Victor Dorf. and Sue Ell n Firestqne.
:, of Regina and Bernard F resti n< The birthda) girl's
ents are David :<-"! Judy Drucker, the former, president al
. Beth Sh >m Men's Club, the latter vice president u: the
l there.
v-
the small fry heeding that beat Helodye Hope Allain,
I ;htCT of the Conrad Allains. born 10 years ago on New Yi ar s
Eve glorified the event with a Twist party at her home. 3030 S\\
it. Amo ig the 30 guests doing a spirited Hull) Gully and
cal ; the "Flying Circle' were Z;\a and Areela Holzer,
r. t ni~ b from Haifa, Israel.
the snow far behind. Cissy and Herbert Weiss here
,a. N.Y., to visit with her mother. Mr- Rose Cahn. and
tei Mrs Lil B asberg After a brief get-together, they'll be
. Mexican holiday, and Lil will leave for a cruise in the
bean New star in the family. Michael Gary. 4. son of
an< Mrs Larrie S. Blasberg, modeled an Italian knit suit and
rti French shoes for the North Miami Cancer group luncheon
. > ,i Deauville hotel Doting spectators included
dmothers and Jessie (Mrs George) Light and great grand-
Rosi
-(
Our golden sun and the Golden Wedding anniversarj of the
i Friedmans brought lus sister, Mrs Rose Benjamin, and
Mrs. Herbert Applebaum. from frozen New York The)
houaeguests of relatives Rosalind and Bernard Sutta, 1333
ilia ( oral Gables The senior Friedmans were guests Ol
d iring New Year's week at a dinner hosted by their children.
1 11!i and Mr-.' Milton A. Friedman and the Suttas. and at services
I vening a- Temple Judea.
*
ests for the winter at the Plymouth hotel are the Samuel
I Mandells, of New York He's past commander of the Spanish
can War Veterans and Hebrew Veterans of the War.with
Vnother claim to fame for Miami "Brando. Mildred C
German Shepherd, a blue ribbon winner recently at
: : K., Far Hills, N.J. He'll be showing hi- prize-winning
form r home territory when the German Shepherd Club of Miami
its loth annual show in Hialeah next week

It as somewhat like the gathering of the clan at the Bellin-
I kltr household last week ... To celebrate the 17th wedding
rsary of Lila and Lou Tinkler on New Year- Eve, her sister.
ard Teper, of Albany. NY., arrived first Same day
Mi ster Rose (Mrs. Louis) Sax. of Glens Falls. NY., and sister
Mull and husband iN'orman Levy) from Los Angeles. Calif. All
of them v.ill be spending the winter in our Florida sunshine .
Lila been trying hard to get all of her family here at one time.
expecting sister Ann and husband (Dr. Stanley Wershof), ot
Hew York City, sometime in February Then how can her re
brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bellin. of Albany.
N > resist this cotfee-klatch?
- -
s Xteen years a..>. Mai Knglandcr called in all Of hi- neighbors
rate the arrival of their firstborn Truthfully, he really
cted it to be a bris Thus was started the annual custom of
House a: be Englanders every Dec. 31 Sixteen years
three more daughters later, this year N'icki celebrated her
uteen birthday Outside on the patio, the teen-agers
o the juke box Inside, their elder- ivere thrilled b) the
ii'H Troupe and the Yemenite Trio Sylvia (Mrs Harold)
joined ::. in like the Sabra she is Balloon-, bells,
akers and champagne bottles ushered in the New Year
guests were Dr and Mrs Mauley Celtune, Or and Mrs
ossman, Mr and Mrs Burton Kahn. Mr and Mr- \.
non Mr and Mrs. Nat Potamkin, Mr ai I Mr- Max Kogen
Mr and I raid Schwartz All of ''< rendrich dan
' ere Sophia'- side of the famil) Th chickei
especially for Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Habii and Mr
M.mrice C imerchero.
-
Geori U Kahn- back to their s M a
thi r, fall, and 0| ,: in
' mainly on the French Riviera Esl
'' l their mopp'ts. Jon and Rachel, tra Imost to Pan- b)
to find a synagogue for the High Holy Days, "here the)
through Yom Kippur The Kahns proud thai the j
doing well with their musical studies still take
1 '"> even though, by now. they're off to regular chool
With memorii of Europe behind them, they now expeel to
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, January 12, 1962
Section B
Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami, congratulates
Mrs. Jacob Davis, Tag Day chairman, and the
women who received awards for outstanding
achievement at the recent "victory" Taa Day
brunch. Left to right are Mrs. Helen Barry,
Mrs. Davis, Ell. Mrs. Lillian Kronovet, Mrs.
Fannie Werner, Mrs. Clara Auerbach. Not
shown are Mrs. Yetta Baratz, Mrs. Louis Mar-
cus, Mrs. Joseph Seid, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair.
Mrs. Otto Weisbrod, and Miss Hannah Finn.
Hebrew Univ. Women's Division Will
Hear Sen. Douglas at Confab Here
' "i the swim of things in nothing flat.
Sen Paul H. Douglas. Democrat
of Illinoi-. will be key speaker at
the three-day national conference
on "World Amity Through Higher
Education" which t h e National
Women's Division, American
Friend.- of Hebrew University, will
bold in Miami Beach trom Jan. 31
through Feb. 2.
Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr.. na-
tional president of the women's
organization, said that the inaugu-
ral luncheon o( the conference, to
be held at 1 p.m., Jan. 31, in the
Americana hotel, will be attended
by over 1.000 delegates and guests
from the Miami area and other
major U.S. cities.
In addition to Sen. Douglas, hon
ored guests attending the conclave
will include figures in government,
science, education and international
relations. Delegates are expected
from New York. Los Angeles. San
Francisco. Philadelphia, Chicago
and Cleveland.
Mrs. Gimbel also disclosed the
appointment of Mrs. Charles Char
cowsky, of Miami Beach, as con-
ference coordinator of .the gather-
ir.g She -aid that Mrs Charcow
sky will assist Mrs Louis Glasser.
president of the local division.
who is national conference chair-
man.
Beth Israel
Ladies to Meet
\ regul ir meeting of the Sister
I of Beth Israel Congreg!
be held Tuesday noon in the
- ial Hail of the synagogue.
[rwin Makovsky cultural
... -ill I e in charge of I i
Favorite Jewish re<
preparing for the S
u ,ii be exchange I
i d iri Vrvan wil
p ;elei tions an f
ty singing Mrs
Murray Berkowitt, hospitality
in, will introduce members
re celebrating their bin
,i r,. month of January
Alexander Moskovits is pres-
The coherence will mark the
third annual gathering ot the worn-
i group, currently embarked on
raising a million dollar fund to aid
the completion of the new Jewish
National and University Library
ai the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem
Mrs Charcowsky. for many years
a leader of the Miami Hebrew Uni-
versity Friends, is a member of
the women's national board of di-
rectors. She is the wife of Charles
Charcowsky. industrialist and phi-
lanthropist, one of the Jerusalem
university's key benefactor.-.
Mrs. Jennie Grossinger and Mrs
Jacob Ritkin are serving as proto-
col co-chairmen for the conference.
Mrs Trudy Hammerschlag and
Mrs. Oida C. Rubin are co-chair-
men of the inaugural conference
ticket committee. Mrs Max Weitz.
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers are hospi-
tality chairmen. Mrs. Jack Popick
and Mrs. Lee Ratner head the cre-
dentials committee, with Mrs
Khea Gladwin. public relations
chairman. Mrs. Theodore Epstein
and Mrs Harold B. Spaet are deco-
rations co-chairmen.
Hostesses at the conference from
Florida include Mesdames Sam
Blank. Ruth Colin. Theo Epstein,
Aaron Farr. Emil Friedlander,
Rhea Gladwin. Trudy Hammer-
- hlag. Inez Krensky. J. M. Lipton.
M Maisel, J. Rifkin. Ken Ros
Sam Rost. Simon Rubin. Oida C.
Rubin, Milton Sirkin, H B. Spaet,
Carl Weinkle. Max Weitz and Fay
G Rosenthal.
Seminar to Hear
Guest Speaker
Beth David Sisterhood will play
host to Conservative congregation
Sisterhoods from all parts of Flori
da at its all-day "KalUh" seminar
Monday at Spector Hall. 2625 SW
3rd ave.
Coming from Springfield. Mass ,
as guest speaker for the 9:3o a.m.
to 3 p.m. program is Rabbi Samuel
K. Dresner, of Beth El Temple
there.
Rabbi Dresner is well-known in
Jewish educational circles as au-
thor of several books. He also is
a frequent contributor to national
periodicals.
"Woman of Year" Award to beauty authority and art con-
noisseur Helena Rubinstein vcenter'; is presented at ninth an-
nual luncheon of Women's Division, American Friends of He-
brew University, by Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr., national presi-
dent (left), and Mine. Armand Berati, wife of French Ambas-
sador to the United Nations [riant).


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Friday, January 12. 1962
Cooking
Corner
Mildred
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, ,,.;1S|M(,, salt der >'alks in half Lengthwise, then Dram thoroughly Saute the garHc
i dove garlic into ptccM about two loehee Ions.1 In the oil or butter over low heat
I tablespoons Olive oil or ( lt. i,;ilt lengthwise into quar, unlil brown, then remove the gar.
butter iers ,i small, and into six pieces He. Add the anise or fennel Jni|
Mnove the foliage, any tough if larger. Place In a saucepan, ado. saute over mediumi heat tor three
,lk. and the tough outer layer he boiling water to cover, bring minutes. Grind the pepper over
.he .n,M- bulb* Wash thorough ,. a boil, cover the saucepan, lower, the vege able, and serve at once
under cold water Cul the ten- fhe heat, and simmer ten minutes. | This amount makes six portions
mii>i".i' we had lisl il ill Ihe
available vegetable! In otic raar>
ki i i, .mil rin'i kvd "li ill the
wintii iiuii never Inad rbf
man) rainlllea, this chealwd gpnup
x'onld lie .in pi imhuIv I.irte, mil
wimiIiI Unhide .everal x euetablr-
s dullenui the) art fawned dull
i m ii'> o| gout iiiris \t ihe etrj
beginning i'l -mil in .ilph.ihelu-.il
liM iMidii the \s i- on ta suiauu
during Ihe uiiiii-i inoiilhN. which
n.ii.iiix noid iii luperaaaeketi is
.nisi- ililmuuh it* toi-4-vrt nnine
i ri-l iM I l.'uiuo leiinel It is
in! populai in Italian cooking un>
in i hi- name Unocchio
Vnyone who lovei livoriee loeea
.ins., because Ihia deiihiiul loud
has > imllni isle tu appeal
.inn- M resemble* celurjr, bul wiWi
i.>.iiiii-i\ I ullage and a lucge, huh*
tik. nirurture .it Ihe buaui called
- Ihe apple Roth Ihe bulb and
Ihe lendet talba ire edible Hie
leetli and minced foliage are used
,i Reasonings
Vni.i- i. iimi.iUx o|l hj weight
it should he mi" *e delicate
I whi green lo be almost while
.ii free it.-in hrnwa ipala Hie
i-iiit.. i ,> ii Irani three lo fuui
in. tics in .iiji'iii-i. i l\) use he
i, ,.i ;|.|,- ,:v,'i.- ',- loll i :.- am
11.;h uiumm ielh and the lough
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Sisterhoods
See Presentation
xttiinttsi sivioi "i,w!, ( he
i m M i hi mm K e NalMMMl
\\ in-n LrafST tinted Si
coexir o4 vnn-iu.i recent > -i i
ijiti>- peesenlatioa here v
l MI> t.'l S ......
I'mtu <|V: -v '. p M. .
see v v Herbert Kttwa el
nraaa reeled
. atsd x S
\ .-! s, .. v v ..... v s.
(Shag s MwrUexca .-. Kuleaua
-iit hMcbell : s, i mm
7Jieh tbopfer Vrve
MS ...\v
,i SeHbi -. s>
< -ielv-^ i
\ lengthwise "i croasul -. then wash
Ihoroughl) and dram Anise is du>
llOIOUa raw, i> part Ol a tr.iv .it
agpettaurai as i crup adMltlun to
nabaah and is linger foHi uob
.in ..-lerv or carrot -trips
\nine i. equally :ixt iun
ruuhuti Shoe '- abuuai add lual
PIHlllgfl water lo cover, then slot
mer la nflcttles DUUII and serve
miii imtter.'salt, and pepper: with
i hot mustard ffalVUfUd ma>nn- |
iiitiste. In a cream a u c e( or au
_r.itin \nt.- > t-.Hikeil is an tt
ii.-i-i.iii\ ime vegetable to curve
with nsh
since as twioivhio. this vegUta<
hie is such a favorite in Italian
cooktngi we h.-ne uelailud for to
da) s reeipea Iwo n\m that cut*
nine The Kennel PloruutliM maj
he varted, bj cooking as direetad,
then instead nl adding cheese,
muiuig Ihe fennel with au equal
quantfi) ol peeled rrush tomatties
or thor\u nad tomaloe* rhe mialure is then
cooked tor .i few minutes in ic
tablespoon ol alter ind one ta -
..i,..hi ,'t rboppe ihm ><- i
it!i i dash '. >ugar
F*twwl Florrttif
ii>s smse u (eune
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Kf now ,- (u .
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place? I a -'- '' u ughlj
, m ,i saw use
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pepper Bnug lo -< heal cuter
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Fehecrsir.g for "Congregation Capers" are Stanley Bcur.ian. Herbert Salzman. and Rcb-
('.e'.X to right* Mesdames Bernard Sandel, Don- ert Barg.
old Simon. Leonard Wolfson, Allen Grayson,
Beach Chapter of Hadassah Schedules
Eye Bank Parties at Meetings Monday
Miami Beach chapter of Marias
snh rreetinns will take place Mon
daj Incoming promt is Bye Bank
parties Members bringing in two
filled Eye Banks will sa\e a pair
of eyes in Israel from the dread
Jigi ase ol trachoma
Final plans for the chapters
membership celebration lor paid
ur members at Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Monday. Jan. 20. will be
announced.
SKlom* group will have a s|H-
Flamingo Chapter
To See FHm
Kli.mingo chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet Wcdne-day eve-
ning at the l'alm Springs meet in--
room.
Mrs Ihman Klein, vice presi-
dent, said that the pro-ram will in-
clude the showing of an American
Cancer Society film.
Mario Pellegrini, education di-
rector, will conduct a question and
arisv.er session following the film.
cial luncheon and card party ;:i
the Atlantis hotel a; 12 noon. Ad
mission will be idled Eye Banks.
Henrietta Siold group will meet
at 12:30 p.m. at the Algiers hotel.
Itubaiyal room. The film. "50
Miracle Minutes.'" will be shown.
Program chairman is Mrs. Lena
Ron-nfclri
Heril group will meet at th<
ihotel at 12 noon. Invocation will
be by Mrs Arnold Seeder. Report
j on American and Zionist Affair.-
will be by Mrs. Irv.in Greene. Mrs.
Sanford .laeobson. education co-
ordinator, will discuss Israel. Vo-
ical ^election will be by Mrs. Stan-
ley Rosensweet. Mrs. Charles
Alter is program chairman.
Esther group v ill !" ft the
Barcelona hotel .. 12:30 p m.. with
.i social and cards lol the
meeting.
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Israeli grcop w II meet at th" Al
aicrs hotel at noon Refreshments
will be served followed by mus'-
cal selections by Mis. Rose Yokell
Morton Towe's -rMi ui'l have
I an installation bruneheon on Tues-
day. 11 a.m.. in the dinine room of
Morton Towers. Miss Lillian doori-
;man. prcs'dent of Miami Beach
Ichapter. will be installing oft'eer.
Mrs Maurice Cahn. number- 1
slup coordinator, v.ill present the
ehap'.rr to the new group. Guest
speaker will be Mrs Lillian Perl-
man, vice president of organiza-
tion.
Adath Yeshurun
Plans Revue
'"Congregation Capers." an hour
and a half floor shou revue will be
presented on "Cabaret Nile at
Temple Adath Yeshurun this Sat-
urday evening,
The original production and
script haw been written and di-
rected by Mrs, Bernard Sandel.
ami will be performed -by members
ol the Sisterhood and congregation
Musical accompaniment will be
provided by top orchestras, and the
entire score will be taped through
the Temple's stereo equipment.
Ligghting and staging will be un-
der the direction of .lack l.ipsiner.
Principals presenting the show are
Joe Leidman. Joe Miller, Mrs,
Sandel. Mrs Don Simon. Mrs Stan
Bauman, costume designer Mrs
Alice Levy.
Coordination ol 11 affair is be-
ng handled by Mrs Herbert Salz
nan. Mrs. Mynm Sponder i- chair-
man ol the event.
There will be a cocktail hour
from 8.30 until show time. in
.-harge ol reservations is Mrs. Joe
Review to be Heard
Mrs. B. Wcinsicm will review
" Rembrandt, by Gladys Schmidt,
al a meeting Wednesday evening
(.1 the I. R. Goodman group ol Ha-
dassah in Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Assn. Normandy
Isle Blanch.
Temple Israel
Women's Lunch
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
present its annual donor luncheon
on Wednesday noon at the Roney
Pla/a hotel.
Theme of the luncheon is "Les
Pemmes Elegantes," which will
feature fur, jewels and French
poodles.
n charge of reservations are
Mrs. James Lcwy and Mrs. Aaron
Kanner. Mrs. William Lee is chair-
man of the affair.
Musical selections will he by
Mrs. Halt e Wagner, accompanied
by Mrs. Sidney Wcsthcimor. Mrs.
Rose Kaplan will be chairman of
the day. President to be installed
is Mrs. Samuel S Goldberg.
Hearing Center to Celebrate
On Friday night, the Hearing and
Speech Center of Florida will cele-
brate the 30th Anniversary of its
founding and the first birthday in
i-s new Center at 1540 W. Flagler
St.
Sisterhood Thrift "Shop
Sisterhood ofiDado Heights Jew-
ish Congregation has opened a
llirilt Shop at 16109 NW L'Tth avt
Included among items lor sale are
clothing, bric-a-brac, appliances.
The shop is open Tuesdaj Thurs-
day, and Sunday.
Member Coffee
Set Wednesday
Women's committee Of Jewish
Family and children's Service will
hold a winter membership coffee
en Wednesday, 11:30 a.m., at the
home ot .Mrs Joseph Sherbill. 1761
Cleveland id Miami Beach.
Arrangements chairman of the
r'.iy will be Mrs. Lawrence A. Wcs-
ton. Mrs Seymour Silverman is
vice president in charge ot mem-
bership ot the women's commit-
lee
Guest speakers will he Mrs. Leon-
; id Beldner, JFCS board member,
anil Mrs. Bernard Stevens, presi-
dent of the women- committee
"Jewish Family and Children s
Service is proud of this commit-
tee." Mrs. Stevens explained, add-
ing that "its membership of 190 has
already made its mark on the conv
munity."
Said Mrs. Stevens. "The commit-
tee has served as an important pub-
lie relations vehicle by interpreting
the three basic services JFCS has
to offerfamily counseling, child
care, and service to the aged. The
committee has also sponsored two
tnnd-raising functions to help sup-
plement the agency's enormous
budget."'
JFCS is a member agency of Uni-
ted Fund and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Temple Sinai Sisterhood
i sterhood of Temple Sinai is
sponsoring a "Lucky 13th" game
night on Saturdaj evening at the
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Friday, January 12, 1962
P^Tse^hSodalireWifl Host f-ur.ction
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Justice
L". S. Su
WiUia
:. iday. Jan. 21. inhei
Palm Beach home. 79 51 rrail.
The function will be held on be-
the Jewish Theological Sent-
h an of America, and guests
include many Palm Beach socia-
liles, as well as nationally-known
I ... business leaders and in-
dustrialists.
Dr Bi rnard Mandelbaum. pro-
. : S IT
. program
- n
e Mrs. It-
: F
khich Mrs. Ittle-
mosl "l-
Many tl l" wh,eh J*"
,ve been adopt-
ed as perm an. cets ol educa-
I ;.,.., ih programs bj
i ,i edu< '"":,h ,n-
Mrs ittln has been active in
volunteer I more than 50
vears. and in the past decade she
picnl f dozens ol
rdsfor her service
Mrs !":' n V l< '" Wlh
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son an,I the
Htleson Pami Itti
m< dual school l Washii .
versity In St. I i s.
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Irving Rubin coo> the Pub re
seat'
re collection irom the restaurai
pot's it versary -
uted to the Vai Well.
Plastic Surgeons Will Report Here
"Plastic" Surgery Fact and
Fiction" will occupy the spot!
at the first open meeting ol C
dars of Lebanon Auxiliary on Tues-
day. 10:30 a.m.. in the Dupont
Elaza hotel.
The program committee, headed
by Mrs. Ted Lotterman. Mrs. Nor-
man Broun, and Mrs. Morton Hal-
pern, have announced that two
plastic surgeons will discuss the
advances scored by plastic sur-
gery in recent years.
Drs. Thomas Zaydon and Clif-
ford Snyder. both on the staff of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, n I
trace the hislory of surgical re-
storation, from medieval time- t<
the present day. and refer to the
m processes! of wrinkle-removal,
sanding." and modern metl
of skin rejuvenation which hav<
i '< at< d .. good deal of attentii i
beauty treatment circles.
A question and answer sessi
w.,1 follow the i resi ntal
Pri gram highlight will In a
ceremony honoring new A
members and welcoming pr -
i i i -in.
nteers
' xilii : pn si lent. Mrs Na
i \ in. ha> extei
everj m e i
a guest s Dadi
leai men i b< ul Cedars si
s
Slated a so .- a form,
the fund-raising activit.e* ol the
Auxiliar> during 1961. and plans
for implementing compl lion of
the Abe Aronoviiz Memorial Heart
Pavilion, to occupy the entire
'curth floor ol the hospital.
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. chair-
man of the women's division de-
velopment unit, will (iiscribe the
work ol the new 'Heart Guard-
ians" and 'Heart Mothers" com
mittees, comprised of categories
contributing gifts of $300 an*.
SI.000 for the financial support o!
the building tund.
Mrs Morris Blau. Mrs. Frank
Cole and Mrs. Benjamin Oren an
compiling a 'Lobby Shop Ledger
SI '." reporting on the progress
of the Cedars Lobby Gift Shop.
Some of the advance plans for
the Auxiliary's big dinner dance
'eb. 10 will be revealed at the
ope n mei I
Dadi
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As '"
ii elude re] rts on tl recenl
Brunch" and thi
Mi del- the-Yi i r Fasl ii SI
iit which sufficient fum ere
raised to continue the I cur-
rent i olU ge scholarships now
awarred by the Phi Sigma Sigma
chapter ol Greater Miami.
A fourth scholar.-hip will be pre-
.....d 'hi soring t<> a graduating
senior in the Dade county schools, visor
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Officers ol Si Sigma
Alumna ''' M''
R ei president;
h-win Potash, Theodore Zalles,
Donald Frank, vice presidents:
Harrison, recording secre-
larj. Janel Sklow, corresponding
secretary; Seymour Kaplan, treas-
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Youth to Entertain
Miami Beach Lodge I : B'nai
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Youth Organization at a
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rs hoti l Program has been
j Jack Fink, chairman,
- .tanc Robinson, i [ the
Miami Bl V( Irving
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At a lecent masquerade and fun night at Temple Ner Tamid
are seated ileft to right) Mrs. Henrietta Fine, Mrs. Ezra Fein-
gold, Cantor Scmuel Gomberg, and Mrs. Gertrude Kosterich.
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Hirsh. Dr. and Mrs. Ben
Fabric, Mrs. A. Baum, Mrs. Samuel Gomberg. Mr. and Mrs. B.
Kein;.-. and Mrs. Al Spiegel.
Library Will Get Proceeds
Temp'e Beth Sholom Library will cuts, books, and music. The col-
benefit Tom a Library Fund lunch- lection will soon be moved into the
inn in "'. Tempie Auditorium next
Ucdnesi ay noon, according to an
annoui (? ment by PTA president
Mi .U, ph ParJo.
Chairman of the luncheon is Mrs,
Samuel Hindi. She will be aided
b> CO- r-airman. Mrs. Martin
Steiner, and financial secretary.
Mrs Bernard Rubin, who. with
Mrs. Jason Berkman. is in charge
"I tickets Program chairman is
Mrs Marvin Co >per. and in chare
cl publicity i^ Mrs, Bennett Lee.
Featured at the annual affair
v.ill be i\ dramatic reading of "The
V'oungesf Shall Ask" by members
of tin Acorn Civic Repertory
I leatn Appeiring in the cast
ill b< Boris Prucher. Ruth Sail-
lant, and Arthur Eden.
Procet Is from the luncheon are
principal support of Temple
Beth Sbclom's librarj of periodi-
New! A) AX
all purpose cleaner
with ammonia
new Community House now under
construction, where it will be
housed in a spaciou> Library and
Reading Room
Beth Tf Hah
Ladies Have
Officer Election
Mrs. Rachel Katz has been elect-
ed to a 14th term as president ot
the Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth Tfilah.
Other officers elected a! a re-
cent meeting include Mesdames
Yetta Trask. Anna Shawitz. Lena
Slitsky. Freda Feldman. and Sarah
Zoldan. vice president;
Mesdames Rose Kratish. treas-
urer; Eva Korn, assistant treasur-
er; Esther Rackovsky. chaplain;
Rose Lustig, social secretary; and
M. F. Hoenig. financial and record-'
ing secretary.
Trustees are Mesdames Fannie
Apitov, Pauline Gold. Jennie Gold-
fine. Sadye Kramer. Lillian Silver-
man. Gussie Zaidman. Rose Kap-
lan. Rebecca Zimmerman, and
Lena Kramer.
Board of directors are Mesdames
Esther Bernstein. Frances Brand-
is. Rose Carr. Esther Cuttler.
Esther Deiich, Bertha Falk. Fannie
Glatt. Fannie Goldberg, Minnie
Grunblatt. Anna Gurfein, Bertha
Helfman. Florence Hoffman. Sarah
Horowitz. Mildred Littenberg.
Rose Lobel. Bessie Markus, Fan-
nie Michaelson. Bessie Nikels.
Sadie Rosen. Barbara Saltzman.
Betty Schechter. Nettie Sher. Anna
Silberman. Freida Stern. Sabina
Sussman. Rose Weiss. Celia Woll-
man, andGussia Wortzel.
Adult Golf Instruction
Registration is now being accept-
ed for adult golf instruction offered
by the Miami Beach YMHA. 1536
Bay rd. Classes will be held on
Tuesday evenings for a series of
eight consecutive weeks, and will
be under t h e direction of John
smith There will be classes each
week rortregifuiers, as well a> in-
termediate students, and registra-
tion is limited to ten in each group
Mrs. Reich
To be Honored
Mrs. Alfred Reich, president ot.
District 5. B'nai B'rith Women.
will be guest of honor at a fa-hion
show and luncheon of the chapter
on Sunday noon. Jan. 21. at the
Deauville hotel.
Program will include a musical
presentation by Joseph Malek. ac-!
companied by Olga Bibor Stern at'
the piano
Mrs. Herman Hammer is chair
man of tickets. Mrs Max Kern;
is chairman of the day. with Mrs.!
Ruth Corey acting as co-chairman
President of the chapter is Mrs.
Oscar Rosenthal.
Chai chapter also plans a regu-
lar meeting and white elephant
sale on Tuesday evening at the
Deauville hotel, with Mrs. Joseph
Pollack as chairman Miss Helen
Silverstein is fund-raising vice
president
Gables Chapter
Hears Attorney
Coral Gables chapter of Women's
American ORT met Wednesday
evening at the home of Mrs Sidney
Pozen. 1020 So. Alhambra Circle.
Guest speaker was Daniel Neal
' ifeuVr. Miami attorney. Heller
president of the Harvard Lav?
School Assn., national executive
committeeman of the Jewish War
j Veterans, and a recent participant
' in the Young Leadership Overseas
Mission of the United Jewish Ap-
| pea!, discussed the current Israeli
scene.
Program co-chairmen were Mrs.
Sari Gold and Mrs. Beverly Weber.
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Friday, January 12. 1362
Majority' Set For Flamingo
. M ,.. s ol one." starring Ro.ap.ln. "Majority of One' ,
JTSlell and Alec Guinnes..return to this area untM
come? to the Flamingo Theatre. "Majority of One" will be s
,'... ,.H. | rc| for a one-nightat the same time Friday,
,',.;,., o Friday. Jan. 19. night only.'at Lotw'a 170th str i
Admission will "' per person Theatre.
Showing will begin promptly al 8 -ST,
The Caplan family of Miami Beach enjoy
New Year's Eve with the lack Paar family at
the Roosevelt Theatre, where they viewed
the hit movie, "El Cid," now in its fourth rec-
ord-breaking week. Paar (fourth from left,
with his wife Miriam (left*, and daughter
Randy (extreme left), were holiday week va-
cationers here. Also left is Charles Cap an.
Right of Paar are Marietta and Hyla Caplan.
Ann Richards, and David Caplan.
Menasha Skulnik In 'Uncle Willie' Opening Here
Menasha skulnik. one of the na-
tion'.- izre;ii arii>is <>! the Ameri-
can-Yiddish stage, returns here to
open on Tuesday in "Uncle Willie"
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse
Remembered for his portrayal
V the arroaant I>aac Lowe in last
season's "The 49th Cousin." Skul-
nik will once again deliver another
rare portrait as "Uncle Willie." a
warm-hearted peddler who plies
hi> trade and advice in the "re-
mote" Bronx of the 1900-
Staged by Skulnik. "Uncle Wil
lie" will come into the Play-
house with an all-Nw York
cast. Heading the company is
Skulnik'* wife, Anna Roman,
Games Party Saturday
Sisterhood ol Beth Israel Cong
i Ration i- sponsoring .i card and
,-. partj at the synagogue on
v, ird i^ e\ening Mrs. Ja< ob
B< i .it i* chairman, and Miss Olga
I iiz is co-chairman
who last season scored heavily
as his eldest daughter in "49th
Cousin."
Featured in the Julie Bern> and
Irvma Elman comedy are Patricia
Stafford. Fred Burrell, Steve Via
cent. Elena Young, Linda Ross.
Kathy Cody and Dan Priest Set
tings ol the nostalgic era are b>
production Mage '" Tom
\u Keehan
Winding up its third and final
week is the musical comedy hit.
-Bye Bye Birdie Starring Rus
sell Nype and Carmen Alvarez, the
:>it production has been playing to
lightly capacity audiences and
uns through Sunday, .'an 14
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CAROL DONN
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TO THE PUBLIC: ? No question about your
enthusiasm for our special one performance
showing of 'Splendor in the Grass' a few months
ago. Your wonderful comments at the time and
the ultimate smash success of the film proved
it. So we're coming back with the same idea
once again. Only this time, just for fun. No
questionnaires, no interviews, no controversy.
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Just come and enjoy yourselves like you haven't
enjoyed a picture in years. Our motive? Simple. We
can't think of a better way to let everyone in town
know what a delightful picture 'A Majority of One'
is than to have you go out and tell them yourselves
after you've seen it. One last word: Tickets are
going fast. A limited number are on sale now at
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College, anil then was
Sperling, Sadick
Plan for Wedding
Mr. Irving Sperling <; 3160 SW
23rci itr Miami, announces the
engagement of his daughter. Ann
Grac to Eugene Lionel Sadick.
The groom-to be i^ the son ol Mr
and Mrs. Joseph H Sadick. 503
SW 2.^th ct.
Miss Sperling i< a graduate of
the University of Florida, where
she earned a Bachelor of Arts de-
gree in
religii n
Presently, she is
vork at the University oi Miami
for a teaching certificate in ele
mentary education.
The bride-elect 1* a membi r ol
the Z.onist rganization ol Amcr
M a-achi, and the Israeliti
history and comparative
completing
ne
ca.
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
\ .'ood way to get J husband is :o have the same name as his and
stand in the same linr at the hark This is how Grace met Burton B.
Goldstein mostK known as B B They got married a year later. What
a wonderful j\ to start a rin on a bank! Grace went to Agnes Scott
graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Dur-
ing the .var years, she worked on a newspaper Center.
in a tiny town in California; her unfulfilled Mr Sadick 1- an engineer tor
dream i? to become a newspaper woman. Since he City ol Man: He is prad-
most oi hci dreams have come true, there is uat( 0i ih University oi Florida,
still hope lor this one. a national presidential representa-
In A'lanta. Grace's father had been active tiVe ;or Alpha Phi Omega service
in American Jewish Committei since Us incep. fraternity, an institutional repre-
tion. and her mother took energetic part in
communit} work No wonder whin they moved
to Miami Beach eleven years ago that Grace
at once became active m community affairs,
including National Council of Jewish Women.
Brandeii University National Women's Com-
mittee. PTA, Temple Israel Sisterhood. Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, and of course. American
.Uwish Committee, ol which she is currently
program chairman.
Thi other side to this com" Grace -ays
GRACE she likes organizations that don't have any
meetings! But as a vice president of Jewish Fami.y and Children's Ser-
\ m an agenc) with a broad-rargmg program requiring much devoted
attention, she realizes the folly of such dreams
Togetherness" sometimes sounds trite, but in the case ol Grace
and B B. and their two sons, Buck and Johnny, it i~ exactly the right
word. They go sailing in the beys' sail boat that as yet has no name
They have endlefs political discussions around the dinner table They
are all staunch Democrats but differ in their views on U.S. foreign
policy They all like televisionbut not the Westerns that B. B. goes
lor
Grace enjoys gardening a littleand to read a lot. And she is quite
optimistic about the future. She and her family have every reason to be
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ONCE MORE DEAR FRIENDS
Aaron and Marcelia Kanner couldn't change anything about their
annual Orange Bo
them For one
manv vearscut celery and onior.: for "Mil KannerV famous dressing
that ls'as much a part I the New Year's Day Buffet as the Orange Bowl
jjame itself. The banana cake was a little late in being put out on the
desert table, and the complaints were many and bitter Esther Singer.
vhose husband Bill was in the den watching a game, had just finished
a piece of luscious coco inut cake. Daniel Neal Heller, looking like the
cat that swallowed the canary, was filling plates for his wife Diane, and
their two adorable little daughter- in red jumpers and tightlets to keep
them warm. The Sam Lubys, Irving and Helen Greenfield, the Victor
Behars. Sam and Shirley Heiman. Carl and Esther Weinkle. and Faye
Ablin were amonS the early ones who came right from the game
* # *
BREAKFAST AT ONE A.M.
A regular subpoena sunimond the guests ol the Donald Barmacks
and the Bart Cohens to the old 86 Club, now Cliffords restaurant, to wet
their whistle and to have breakfast. A calyspo band set the pace. Among
the guests were Mr and Mrs Sanford Kramer. Mr and Mrs. Mickey
Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mayerson, Mr and Mrs. Harold Fnedland.
and Mr and Mr- Norman Ark;n. Since the breakfast didn't start until
Couple's Troth
Revealed Here
Mr. and Mrs. George Si hapiro
1500 Bay rri.. arnounce he inl
gagement of their daughter Linda
Sue. to Lawrenci Anthony Iitihell
son of Mr. and Mrs |; ,,.rt g'
Titchell. 8911 Abbott ave.. So
Miss Schapiro is a grad late of
Plainfield schools. Plainfield. \ j.
She recently graduated from Mo-
ravian College. fe hleher. Ivnn.,
where she majomi in education
She was a mem far rf Ka; n.ita
Epsilon, national bonorarj educa.
ary society.
Mr Titchell attended t
School in Cleveland, 0.. aM
mil Collegiate in T roato
He is now affilii "ed with E
Cafe Tours. Mia: Beac
versity
mada,
viarceiia i\anmr n'uiun i vnan^c i,......... ... ......
[owl B'lffet party even if they wanted. No one would let
solid aay. statuesque Corathe Kanners' "Jewel" of
sentative for the Handicapped B<>>
Seoul Trwp ol B'nai B'nth. and
chatrman of Sholem Lodge com
mittee of the B'nai B'nth Youth
Organizal
Mr Sadick is a veteran 1
Konan War. having served for
yi ars in the VS. Air Fore*
Marjorie Rubin
Eyes June Rites
Mr and Mrs Edward Rubin, of
210] SW 16th st announce the en-
gagement ol their daughter. Marjo-
rie.
The groom-to-be is Alan Charles
Heiman. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Heiman. 1312 SW" &5th
ave.
Tag Day Plans
Are Discussed
Plans were finalized lor a Jan.
IS Tag Day at a meeting Wednes-
day evening of the Ladies' Auxili
ary of North Shore Post 677. Jew-
ish War Veterans.
The meeting was held at Miami
Beach Federal Savings and Loan
As-n.. Lincoln Mall
Mrs. Lillian Schoen is president
ol the organization. Proceeds
Ardi
MISS BARBARA BRAMS
Parness, Brams
Engagement Told
Mr and Mr- Marry Parness
tlxi S Hibiscus dr Hibiscus Is
lan.i announce th< 1 ngagemenl heir daughter. Barbara, to Sam
tel David Brams son ol Mr. and
Mrs Maurice Bra".'-, of 247 \\< -t
'ndu dr.. Palm Bea< h
The Parness family are icrnicr
lj oi Morristown. N J.
Th< bride-elect is a gradual) ol
Miami Beach High School; attend-
ed Dougla-s College in New Broils
wick. N.l. and is a junior at the
Universit) of Miami.
Mr. Brams is a graduate <>t Palm
Beach High School, attended Ches-
hue Academy in Cheshire. Conn.,
and the University ol Florida
He s ;i member el Phi Kpsilon
l'i social fraternity, attended New
York Institute of Finance, and is
present 1> employed as a stock-
broker for Sutro Bros of Ba> liar
bor Islands
the
tion
group s
Fund
Veterans Rehabilita-
Proceeds for Youth
one O'clock, a tew of the crowd decided to stop at Stanley and Joni
Tate's first. F*or an 'r.'pronptu party, they did very well Joni said
she never got a party together so fast; but she also said it's easy to get
the people and the foodal! you need i~ a telephone. Alter midnight
they all trooped over to the Barmack-Cohen breaklas! Along with the
Tate- went Jack and Norma Games. Sidney and Muriel Kudolph. and
Si and Helen Somerstem. as well as most oi the res; of the 70 people.
* *
WESTVIEW SCORES AGAIN
Over 300 members and guests attended -he New Year's F.vc dinner
iv.ro W.-ivicw Country Club The tables as always were lovely
featuring red and white carnation.- with a touch of blue. The Twist and
Hully Gull) kept everybody lumping. Among the gay crowd were Mr.
Mrs Ferd Meyer. Mr and Mrs Max. Mat/. Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Bloom. Mr and Mrs. Max Orovitz. and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Abes-.
Jane (Mrs Marvin 1 Silvers danced one with her physician. Dr. Le-ter
A Russinthe first time that she has been able to dance since she
broke a leu in Nassau
* *
WELCOME HOME
Dr and Mr- Leslii Bukstel had a cocktail party .he night before
New Year's I've. Thee was a b g cake in honor <>f Rita's brother and
his wife. Ted and Sup Hvman. who have just returned Ironi Rio de
Janeiro. The Hynutn- fell that they were back in the U.S.A. for sure
because the Welcome Home cake was a good devils food with a butter
cream frosting No Twisting at the Bukstel party tor one reason only
they muldn't find the right kind of record Among the guests were Dr.
and Mrs. Joseph Narot, Mr and Mr- Lee Unger, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin
Weil. Mr and Mrs Myron Co wen, Mr and Mrs Irving Beinhurn. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Bulbir. and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Tanner.
* *
TOO BAD NOBOOY SICK
The New Year's Eve party went on tar into the night at the Dr.
Lewis G Ghieckauf house Lou and Josie greeted their many friends
starting at nine thirty Dr and Mrs Julian Ricklc- were telling about
the time they called thir children trom Israel Solma said. "This i~
Mommie." The youngest answered, "Mommie who1" Dr Judd Break-
stone and his pretty red headed wile. Dr and Mrs. Leo Levin. Dr and
Mrs Sherman Kaplan, Dr and Mr- Sol Goldmann. Dr and Mrs Marvin
IfeitUS, and Dr Irving Gordon wre among the merrymakers Marvin
and Barbara Brown were talking about their new dog. Charlie Brown
The newly-marred Edd>e Thais were doing the Twist along with Lou's
mother Mrs Lulu Glw '
Sisterhood member- and friends
are invited to attend a donor lunch-
eon at the Coconut Grove Play-
house on Wednesday noon After
the luncheon, they will see Mena
sha Skulnik in "Uncle Willie Part
ot the proceeds will help expand
Temple youth and school activities
Reservations are being handled by
chairmen Mrs Manuel Scrkin and
Mrs George Balber.
GIFT PARCELS TO USSR
You con send almost anything to
friends and relatives in Russia.
Clothing, materials, footwear, med-
icines, watches, etc. You do not
have to buy or pack the goods
yourself. Duty and postage prepaid
through reputable London firm.
LILY STONE, local agent,
Call JE 11271
Friedbergs Tell
Carol's Troth
Mr and Mrs Murray Fnedberg,
of 5843 Twin Lakes dr.. So Miami.
announce the engagement ol their
daughter. Carol, to Joel Schwartz
Miss Friedberg is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and the
Florida College of Medical Tech
nology
Mr Schwartz, an electronic en-
gineer, is presently in the research
department ol Stanford University,
Alter a March wedding, the
couple plan iii settle in San Fran-
cisco.
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Mr and Mis Murra> H
ol 8310 SW 30th bt., Mu
1.ounce the birth 01' twin 1
Amy Lois and Marjorii
rived Dec. 30 at Eapti-t
They join El\ i Ireer.
Lawrence See 1. t;
Proud grandmother
Elizabeth Rosenberg I and
aunt here are Mr and Mi lack
i Kcncc Raymond
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^0 .! woman, ihp post-holiday
' a son and a beauty >a!on
,- .j onymous. Despite the lact
nen often find themselves
man's world."' they have
, i i:-.d advantage over men.
, mai does nut have the refuge
he hair dryer in Ihe beauty
}|o\v many b u .> y tnon
v aid relish the opportunity of
Iting in a comfortable, tiphol-
stered chair, m an air-condition-
i shop, have coffee served them
and all the while be virtually
l> lated from the mad pace of
l-,i world? No telephones, no inv
l ate d cisions, and most inv
k: ant ol all, an hoi.r to be alone
|v i e's thoughts.
is lime for a woman lo
he may plan menu*, par
wonder about clothes, pon-
isiness or -larital problem.*.
i r the children, or do some
..-huir^d philosophizing,
I your columnist, in thi>
idaj -i ason il means lime
k .ibout the many events
ed during the past year
. I acquaintances and friend-
- renewed, the new face*
later merged into person-
and the anticipation of
i rial activities ahead.
fin the mere personal side, it
iars a bit of nostalgia and a
ng 11 gratitude for a mo*t
TP
COR many of you, the question
has often risen as to how
your name appeared in this col-
.'" when wc didn't stop and
cha! Many ol your friends have
he'ped cut. In addition to these
women, n case you've noted that
yoar rabbis showed an unusual
interest in your gowns, it's that
they are my cheerful "right
hand" a; many gatherings.
There are always so many
women who are attractively dres-
sed, and there is generally never
enough time personally to stop
and talk between dinners and
-.takers Your rabbis know the
names well, and colors are still
basically within the realm of
their knowledge But if your
gown was peau de sole, and it
turned out to be cotton, please
forgive u< and him Kabbis
still have to learn their fabrics
and my optometrist has promised
stronger lenses for next year.
As my precious hour under the
c;,>tr draws to an end. let me
mention how much 1 appreciate
you my readers your com-
ments, suggestions, questions,
and most of all your interest.
May to Speak
At Yafi Meet
Life Member
Tea Wednesday
Mrs. .lack Entine will sponsor a
life membership tea for Temple
Bmanu-El Sisterhood on Wednes
day noon at the Algiers hotel.
All life members will be hon-
ored, and a special ceremony for
new life members will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Irvine; Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple F.manu-
El,
.
The program will also include
"Fashions in Jewish Living." with
clothes lor Sur.dav school featured.
Young models will be Cindy Mil-
nek. Maxine Firtel, and Cindy Ru-
bin. Teen-age clothes will be by
Miss Carol Blum.
Proper attire for synagogue serv-
ices will be modeled by Mesdames
Alexander Kogan, Murray Koiel
sky, Arthur Ross, Vbraham Shell-
man. and Harold Cnger.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a "Temple wedding." with com-
mentary by Mrs Milton Blum and
Miss Susan Marbey, of Richards
Bridal Salon.
Mrs Leonard Glickman is life
membership chairman. Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, president of Temple
Emanu-KI Sisterhood, will conduct
the brief business meeting.
UN Study Group Meeting
I llited -Nations Study Group "ill
nuct Tuesday evening ;it Washing-
Ion Federal Savings and Loan
Assn 1244 Washington ave. The
Food Agricultural Organization of
the UN will be discussed, as well
;.s the topic. The United Nations
and World Disarmament.''
Evio hers March
Slated Tuesday
Door bells will he
ringing al
Tuesday evening
of Dade count \
New March nf
Mrs. Leo Jung
To Speak Here
Florida chapter of the Women's
Branch of the I'nion of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations will hold a
'personality party" on Monday
evening at Young Israel Synagogue.
Honored at the function will be
presidents of the Sisterhoods and
wives of the spiritual leaders of af-
liliate congregations.
Mrs. Leo Jung, a national board
member of the organization, will
be guest speaker.
over town next
as the Mothers
march for the
Dimes
I
Funds freim the March, the final
and major event ol the 1962 New
March eif Dimes campaign, will be'
used by the National Foundation in
the accelerated battle against
birth delect.-, arthritis anel polio.
Over 15.0(10 volunteer Mothers,
under the direction of Mrs. Phoe-
be Morse. Mothers March chair-
man. Mrs William II Kogen and
Mrs F.laine Spinning, co-chairmen,
will canvass Dade county.
Mrs Morse- pointed e>ut that
more than 1.100 Dade county polio
patients look to the National Foun-
dation for assistance in their bat-
tle lor recovery.
appreciation for the many
1i -ij:11- U-a!or\ in our commun
Mortimer Mav, ct Nashville.
ndcrfu year behind On the JvTm pasl na1lonal preM er s>de -- a bit of whimsy Ir, z.omst organization of Amer-
ica, was to be guest speaker at a
meeting of Young Adult Friends
I Of Israel on Thursday evening at
- | Surfside Town Hall.
MiiP *vanth> femaie M ,_ a nati0nallv-noted lectur-
[PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR L, world-traveler, historian and
'"'hr.?nC,^^dv"',,e''k.n0.v'J,*d9'' fl: authority on world Jewish life.
i I e.n technique*, experience with i J
He is honorary life president of
| the Southeast region of the 7.0A.
and recently returned from his
20th study tour of Israel, where he
attended sessions of the Kichmann
trial.
Skulnik Play Will
Help Sisterhood
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
sor a night at the theater with
Menasha Skulnik fur a second suc-
cesMve year on Thursday. Jan 18,
at the Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Appearing with the noted Yiddish
actor in "Uncle Willie" is his wife,
Anna Roman.
Last year. Skulnik helped the
Sisterhood score a financial suc-
cess with "The 49th Cousin."
"We expect another sellout."
said Sisterhood program co-chair-
men Mrs Sam Badanes and Mrs.
Louis Seitlin.
There will be no advance in box-
oflice prices for the play, which
ran on Broadway and is reputed
to be a personal triumph for the
veteran actor.
In "Uncle Willie." Skulnik is a
peddler in the Bronx who trie s to
find a suitable suitor for his niece.
1 media. Startmi salary $7,500. Send
mn to %rs -Jessica P. Schwar*.
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Tifereth Israel Card Party
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood will
and Mrs Joseph Jarlow
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1962
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Johanna Martzy,
Brahms Slated
The Unlversitj of Miami Sym
phonj Orchestra. Pflbien Seviuky
condi ili perform ih fur:-.- Brahms Symphony No. 4.
and -..i-i artisl Johanna Martzy
will play Max Bruch's Violin I'on-
tcrii No. I at liif Symphony'i
fourth pair ol concerts Sunday and
Monday evenings at Miami Beach
and Dade County Auditoriums.
Opening the program is Guido
Guerrini's iranscripuon oi Jum
Bull's "Walsingham Variations." a
compositio! which will receive its
woi ..: i remiere.
Johanna Martzy, the intern at ion
ally ned \ iolinist, will be
in. c ..it iir-t South Florida an
p< .',... | laj.: g the well-known
Biu< rk in G minor
Gu ini's trans* ription oi
th d oik tui Walsingham"
\. alions, originally written by
tin 16th cei turj I-:: glisli
i-ii pesi tin Bull, was
stra bj Guerrini.
Maestro Si tzkj. ho has used
m [ Gu< rrini's c< m] isitions
on i ..... f the I ni\ ersity of
Miami Sym] ill give the
"Wall an vorl Is orld pre-
Ti. a.t this
con n this >rm.
Women Slate Fund Drive
Annual fund drive conducted by
the womens chapters of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital is
scheduled for ihi- weekend to raise
urgent!) needed monies for both
the maintenance and new building
funds ot the hospital devoted to
the diagnosis and treatment oi
rheumatic and cot genital heart
disease in childn i
Throughout n !nc Miami
and South Broward area, the cam
paign w:il cover office buildings
and hotels en Friday, under the
direction oi Richie Assail Satur
day's empha>i> will be on solicita-
tions m shopping untei- coordin
atcd by Estelle Sasloe. j,nd ihe
door-to-door drive aU take piace
Sunday, headed by Kve Zinner On
Miami Beach, whin th- area co-
ordinator is Buniei D inn .-,'i three
phases will be covired Sjtur-
day.
Other area coordinators :],,,
e.inij>ai.mi to help young "ci i| L.
without crutohes" aae Dianni lie?!
nay. Nonh Dade chapt- Bella
Jacobson, Miami .chapt-- r-ave
Emmer. Flamingo chapn Bsteue
Sasloe, South Dadi eha and
Virginia Wood north aooj
chapter
Mrs. Kenneth Oka. fust lady of Miami Beach, areets Israel's
firs! ladv oi song and iilms, Shoshana Damari. who is heading
the Israeli revue, "Land of Milk and Honey. in the Exodus
room ci the Monte Carlo hotel. Looking en :s Orfice; J.
Whitaker.
Dean Weil Specks Here
Variety Mag.
Cites Miamian
A lhe Barker
(,it lication oi the Variety
Gluts li lernational, features Al
Hirsch in a feature presentation
in:. \ d Barker in the News "
H --- : Miami Tent No. 33, is
shcwi th world-renowned colum-
nisi Walter Winchell. who has dub-
!-i him "Mr Varietj
Hirseh, of Royal Palm Beauty
S.-pplies of Miami, is well-known
tor his charitable contributions
tc the sick, poor, crippled, handi-
capped, underprivileged in hospi-
tals, homes for the aged, and
ether such institutions.
H< bas won a variety of service
awards !<>r his many activities,
among them the complete beauty
shop he donated to the Jewish
Home for the Aged and Ml. Sinai
Hospital here.
Dean J -< ph Weil, ol the college
of eng ncei ng al the University oi
Florii as to ad ress a mi mber
-;>,:: meet of the Greater Mi-
i-hapti i of the Women's Di> is
Society tor
Techi Thui sday 10 30 a m .
at the 1 me oi Mrs Sol Shayi I
Bi&caya dr.
T< hnn Israel Institute oi
l,, hi ..; *as founded in 19'.2.
and ..- has ai enrollmeni oi
.,,,, ... ith an addi-
i -, 500 sti I '- Isku g exti
sion coursi -
Wom Divisioi I r< chnion
...... mg the expenses
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s, bo ks .. : s( i tif*c equip
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Page ll-B
Students Prepare Rabhi Narot Lectures
For Competitions
hi Daring trapeze artists perform breathtaking tricks
j in the 1962 World Premiere ot Rmgling Brothers
Id irnui and Bailey Circus, coming to Miami Beach Con-
t: Hall on Ian. 24 to 28.
Zionist Boards Meet Here
g, Ci' ;i:cr Miami
Djjti '.;.im>t Organize-
lion \r< ..'ii i" hold .,
noting on Thursday evening
Venetian Isles motel, ac-
i -ii Louis B. Kudnuk. chair
ho Presidents Council.
B< Hi i- .. i.i -i r\i (i as chair-
maa ; '>' ;<'< a'lr oi Is-
Cvus Needs Singers
Circle Chorus i* cur-
nee i ol singers in a va-
inges The chorus
tlarly Friday evenings
[ton ave.
-ael Stars, was 11 submit a full re-
port on the event Rudnick was
o outline future plans ol the or-
(ajiization
A newl>-re\ iscd color film The
ZOA in Israel.' uas to be shown
\i-<> participating in the program
were to be Arthur Rosichan. di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, scheduled to dis-
cuss -Role ol the ZOA in the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal." and Paul
Kwitney, past chairman of the
Greater Miami Zioni.-t Youth Com-
mission, in an address on "Youth
Activities in Greater Miami."
Merman Ueintraub was to be in
| charge ol arrangements
\
student- of Beth Torah Con e
gation religious school are actively
preparing ti participate in three
contests supervised by the Bureau
ol Jewish Education of Greater
Miami. Abraham .1. Gittelson. ed-
ucation director, announced this
week
Select students ol the upper
grades are studying the ''''^ in
preparation fi r the regional finals
"I the annual National Bible Con-
test, which will be held here in
Miami on Mar 4
Students will be required to
have .i complete knowledge of
the contents of six books of the
Bible, and will participate in
both written and oral examin-
ations with the winner in the Mi-
ami area participating in the
national fir.als in New York City
in April.
Two years ago, Jonathan Sham-
res. ;i member ol the Beth Torah
school, placed first in Miami and
eighth in the national competition
Concurrently, student artists and
essayists are preparing for the
essay-art contest which centers
around the theme ol "Peace
Man'- Responsibility to His Pel-
lowman." Prizes in this division in-
clude SlOt) and $50 United States
Savings Bonds awarded b\ the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education and the
American Jewish Congress.
Also, students at Beth Torah are
preparing for the annual Hebrew
Vocabulary Bee. in which all
Greater Miami Jewish religious
schools will participate at the win-
ter meeting ol the Bureau, Finals
in the school itself "ill be held
the last week in J.inu.irv
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Adult Discussion Group
"Can Politics and Religion Mix?"
will be the subject ol u talk Tues-
da> '> p m al Dade Heights Jew-
ish Congregation's adult discussion
group.
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UP NORTH WITH
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Do it the easy way-by mall.
Mail your orders to Rich Dale Groves
for prompt handling.
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Full bushel......... 8.50
V* bushel............ 5.50
12 lb. sampler.... 1.75
Compara quality ana- prieaa. Tail aanl
k.it Rich Dal* for aupar* alua. Cricaa
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RICH DALE GROVES
Weiridala, Florida
%T,. fW ha* faHar a/ aaar IH I
Dr. Joseph R. Xarot. of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami, repre-
sented the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety as lecturer at st. Petersburg
Junior College last week. Kabbi
Narol spoke on "What Judaism
Teaches About God, Man and the
Universe." B -.
Joint Installation
At Miami Hebrew
Joint installation ol officers of
Miami Hebrew Congregation, Sis-
terhood, and Men's Club will be
held on Sunday, Jan. 14. 5:30 p.m.,
at the Deauville hotel
A kosher banquet will be served,
and "Bonjour Pans." Ihe Deau-
ville Casanova night club revue,
will he presented
Mrs. Kay Weintraub and Sam Co-
hen are in charm- of reservations.
Zionists Honor
Mechlow Here
Joseph Mechlow was recently
cited at a meeting oi th< >i
Miami Districts ol the 7.\ mist Or^
/alien of America for endow-
ing a room at ihe Kfar S er Ag-
ric||ltural Training School main-
tained by the ZOA in I-; tel
Citation was made bj Dr Mor-
ton J, Robbing nation i '/. mist
lea ler, and \ ice chairman of the
Nati n al Ex< cutive I ouncil of the
Z< (A
Mechlow was also recenl I
by the national organization for
devising an easj payment plan for
endowment of rooms at tl ".ool
through estate Ii ;acies
<
Kenneth Myers to Speak
Beth David's monthly parent-
teen-age breakfast uiii take place
Sunday, preceded by religious ser-
vices in the chapel at 9:30 a.m. At-
torney Kenneth Myers will be guest
speaker. His subject is "An Ameri-
can Observes the Jewish Communi-
ties dt (he World."
Bikur Cholim
Luncheon Slated
Luncheon and card par:> will bo
held by Bikur Cholim of the Israel-
ite Center on Wednesday noon.
Mrs. Nathan Shenkin. president,
said lhat three members v. ill be
honored. Mrs Elsie Eisener, Mrs.
Fanny Gorman, and Mrs Phillip
Richman.
The luncheon will be hold in the
social hall of the Center
Member Tea
Set Wednesday
Beth El Congregation Sisterhood
will hold a membership tea on
Wednesday evening al Dora \u
ftusl Auditorium. 500 SW 17th ave
A musical, "The Housewife Blues
That Disappeared." will be pre-
sented Co-directors are Mrs Solo-
mon Schifl and Mrs Fanny Ames.
i ,.-i include- Mesdames Abe
duel. Sam Miller. Max Rapp i
Sol Weger, William Swimmer,
Clara Kahn Phillip Kostick, and
Abe Peppei
Mrs Minerva Cohen is pianist
Membership chairman is Mrs Max
Rappaporl
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vjenisr Fk>ridlian
Friday. January 12. Itol
Jai-Alai Pays Ofi
Fans a; the Dania Jai-Alai Pal-
ace have taken extremely well to
the new three dollar correct a and
daily double wagers, especially in
view of the payotts Two second
game correctas paid ill excess Of
$900. with one payoff at S993 30.
1 hen. a first game correcta. an 8-7.
returned a United states record
jai-alai payoff of $1,215. So far
this season, the Dania Palace has
shown an increase in both attend-
ance and pan-mutel handle.
Air-Cond. In4. Com.
no'll Alt
;cialrtnl at tOltt it. MIAMI IIACM
Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
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occ 20 of 105 rms
J-in 4-20. $15
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other rates available FREE: TV
and radio in every room Cnaise
lounges and mats Free SELF-
PARKING adjoins hotel and
many other features DIETARY
LAWS and SaDbath strictly obser-
ved. Salt and sugar-free diets
Mashgiach on premises. Call direct
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Doral Country Club, which opened recently? sportinu som- of the
biggest, trickiest and be>t conditioned greens in the area Golfer.- who
three-putt on Doral's sreen> don't have to be apologetic Even the
pro.- will have a tough time holms out in regulation,
Coolish weather can't keep the early ayem Sunday golfing reg-
ulars away from Bayshere. Not long after sunrise, you'll find Metro
Commissioner Harold 8 Spaet, Stu Newman, Bill Segal, Micky
Kraus, Ed Melnicker, Ray Yunes, Ted Sewell, Charles Maxwell, Mur-
ray M. Sheldon, Dave Finkel, Hal Kayes. Dave Gcimin. Hal Hertz
waiting to tee-off.
What a difference an cxpre.ssvvav make-! Have you driven over
the new extension, from the Julia Tuttle Causeway, to the airport'.'
You're there in less than 15 minutes from Arthur Godfrey rd. L'sed to
take almo>i an hour from the Beach when traveling west on 3Sth >t.
* *
THE SCREEN SCENE: Chalk up another award for "El Cid.'
which continues to do big business at the box office of the Roosevelt
Theatre. Scholastic Magazine has honored the Charlton Heston Sophia
I.oren wide screen production with its Bell Ringer Award to "Samuel
Bronston and Allied Artists for a film of outstanding beauty and dra-
malic power."
"West Side Story." [irsl ihoice of the N Y. Film Critics, continues
its merrv musical way at the Sheridan Also a wide screen color pro-
duction, it probably has the liveliest and most vivid dance sequences
ever put on film. Natalie Wood plays the loud
Another ranking musical movie, "Flower Drum Song," holds
over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. Nancy
Kwan, Myoshi Umeki and James Shigeta head the predominant and
highly skillful Oriental cast.
"Judgment at Nuremberg." a highly dramatic filmization of Nazi
judges brought to justice for their misdeeds, highlight.- an exceptional
cast, including Spencer Tracy. Hurt Lancaster. Marlene Dietrich. Judy
Garland. Richard Widmark. Montgomery Clift and Maximtllian Schell.
Continuing at the Lincoln
* *
THE NIGHT BEAT: Another hu.-hi.nd and wife singing team. Dick
Hayraes and Fran Jeffrie-, are featured at Eden Roc Pompeii room
this week. Miss Jeffrie- is not to be confused with Ann Jeffrie-, show
biz panne: and wife of Robert Sterling Comedian Guv Mark- and
the dance group of Lolita l)e Carlo, with Remy and Kelt)-, also contn
bute to the stellar entertainment
Dean Murphy, well-known, far and wide, for hi- remarkable
mimicry of the late, great FDR. is now tbe hol of the plush Club
GiGi at the Fontainebleau Ben Novack couldn't ha\e marie a better
choice. Dean has hundreds of friends and admirers in this area alone,
not counting the many more who have seen and heard his act out of
the state.
Few entertainers, both native and foreign, who have played here,
have caught on as quickly as vivacious Shoshana Damari, the Israeli
songbird making her local bow as star in the revue at the Monte
Carlo Exodus room. She sings in 10 languages, and her versatility
of material is amaiing, including both modern and classical tunes.
The Israel dancers are also part of the fast-paced show, with Will
Cocper holding the comedy and emcee post in excellent fashion.
Frank Matthi I his violin group are now featured al ;lu
Fin side restaurant in Coral Gables
Belle Barth returns to Copi City for a special two-da; ei igemenl
ght and tomorrow Jan \2 and 13 before n inung hei regular
nightlj pi rfornTSnces on Saturday Jan. 20.
I tir-t heard Damita Jo when she .vas a member cl the Red
at Copa City a few years ago Now she come into her
well-d( v. too, as a singing -tar. successful on records and in
clubs She's headlining at the Diplomat's Tack room Mand;
Campos orchestra plays for show and dancing
The Hampton House Club'- new winter revue, "Swing a La
introduces two New Yorkers, singer Rosita Davis and orgauist Rectoi
Bailey, and hi.- trio Napoleon Reed continues as director and pro-
ducer of the twice-nightl) -how
* *
AROUND TOWN: Art Bruns has been named chairman ol the
Heart Ball at the Playhouse ol the Miami Springs Villas, Thursday,
Feb 22. Mrs. Manuel Gonzalez, wife of Dr. Gonzalez, is co-chairman
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, under the direction of Sam Donahue.
will provide music and entertainment for the ball. Reservations ma)
be made by calling the Heart Assn., FR 3 5511 or Mr. Bruns at the
Miami Springs Villas.
Cantor Vigoda will officiate Friday and Saturday night in the
synagogue of the Coronet hotel. Rabbi Mayer I. Herman invites the
general public to the services. The Cantor is well known to Jewish
communities in both the United States and Canada.
Fabian Storey and hi- orchestra, who've been featured at Holly-
wood Beach hotel and Westview Countrv Club, arc now available for
parties and special occasion.- His now phono number is.JF 2-6523
Versatile Johnny Bachemin. at Murray Franklin's popular nitery,
is amusiny with his amazing routines Ho shares the spotlight with
Kay Carole and Tommy. Terr) Haven the Cookies Sterling anil Hail
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fJewlst) FkriidltoF
J^ar to : jti-cribers. The Jev/sh F cridian v..'! presert free
rg a corsage to e.- h other of a Bar or Ba! Aitzvah.
;: be addressed to Corsage for You," P.O. Box
Miami 1, Fla one n oi th in ad.eoce. Include the '* e
e Ear cr Eas Mitzvah, da'e and p'ace of The ceremony,
address end telephone number. Tne ccrsage will be
-de* to ycjroijr!e*y of UTac-stcTle Frfc.vef* Shops "rHime
15 f
cr
97
f
on
rv.
ir :he occasion.
Ice Gartner Sanford Sokolow Men Schochter Terry Rosenfield
. RablM
W them
Steven Pomeranti
Kabbi Max Shapiro will officiate
thefli.u Mitzvah of Steven M.
Vneratot/ dunne Saturday morn-
Vg se#V.> Jan. 13. at Miami
jn ebre\f) Con^rj:a!ion.
SevflB is the son of Mr. and Mrs
IT His l^merantz. 1861 SW 14th ler.
The fear Mitzvah is a seventh
ade ii r .'fin, and r:- hobby is playing
* coni;.
fteceltio:: in hi- honor will hi *.
it nets restaurant on Saturday
e.nirtt
ia
Edelle Schick
Tempi- Beth Sholom will be the
le of Ihi bas Mitzvah ol K
hick r-n n i ming Jan
. witk liabbi Leon Kronish offi-
:ting.
Edelle !h< phter ol Mi
d ?.*r- ..k. 10000 W
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c is ;.
n cor
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k Bet i Sho-
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Lee Gartner
Bar V : 13
r wil nn Sal
->rning \ Israel
Grea; i Rabbi Sher
n SUv. r ( iiKiain
Lee is n el Mr. and Mrs
array (Jartner. 17] \'E I
p. Mia: ;u h. He is a seventh
m ade H : -indent ; North
JvCrt.amt !..(;, Junior Hiuh and
_ mtkV 1'.. > .-.oiii Troop 130
s hot .> ..:< .-taiiip-collcctmt!
lur d pla. ::.( a.eordion.
niniThe'%; : Mitzvah is a member of
e gricuatinj: class of Yuiuili Is-
el.
AN"* ...
Richard Tedlow
rd Tedlow will become Bar
during Saturday morning
.Ian. 13. Bl the Israelite
Rabbi Morton Malavsky
male.
rd is the son of Mr and
WftV POLICY
Ec-pinninp with Feh. 1 there
will be a service charge lor
all Bar Mitzvah photographs
appearing in The Jewish
Meridian.
Announce ments of Bar
Mitzvah celebrations will
continue to be published
gratis as before. The ser-
vice thar;-< is for photo-
::.- only.
l u r: t: < r information is
i from The Jewish
Floridian business office,
FR
tfrs '. fn Te> 1970 SW 32nd
pi. H at the Israelite
'<.: relij school and at-
-. i it Shei andoah
.......n hi plays cor-
nel ii lh< bai
.: R hard's
< 11\ ice al the Isi
Center.
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Ellen Schachler
'.i rman N Shap io will of-
. the I .ir/...'. ol Ellen
. .-. turdaj morning,
Beth David Congrega
tion.
Eilen i- !'.i daughter oi Mr. and
Mrs Michael J, Schachter she
in the eighth grade al ; iln tl
ir High School, where she bi
longs i" the Baton Corp* and the
Future Tea hi rs pi \merica. She
'..- atti nded daily religious scl
for eighl yt ars.
In her h o n u r. ,\lr and Mrs,
Schachter will hosl the kiddush
lowing the Bas Mitzvah ceremonj
Sarford Sokolow
Temple Zion will be the site !
tne Bar Mitzvah of Sanford Alan
Sokolow on Saturday inormg. .Ian
is. with Rabbi Allied Waxman ol
ficiating.
Sanford is ihe son of Mr and
Mrs Sidr.ej Si kolow and grandson
ol Mr an Mrs Herman Sokolow
\ eventh gi ade studi nl I Si u!h
M mi Juni'r Hi h Si hool, he is a
till Council
plans I e as a
' Ihe Temple con
ici

r" or
h oi
...
Ron; n of Mr. an
Julius Kaplan. : itl wU eighth
grade al Nau ilus Junior High,
\ here hi plays n Ihe school band
A party for the Bar Mitzvah and
his friends will follow the service
at Ihe Barcelona hotel
Terry Rosenfield
Terry Joel Rosenfield will he-
come Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing, Jan. 13. at Temple Emnnu-EI.
with Rabbi Irving Lehrman offici-
ating.
Terry is the son of Mrs. Beatrice
; Rosenfield and grandson ol Mr and
Mrs. Louis Rosenfield. of Brook-
- lyn.
He is a student at Ida M Fisher
Junior High School, where he is an
honor student in spelling. His hob-
by is stamp collecting.
Reception in his honor will be
held at Michel's restaurant on Sun-
day.
ADL Official to Speak
Temple Emanu-Kl will present
Arthur Spiegal, associate director
A the Florida regional office of
he Arm Defamation League of
B'nai B nth. i s -nest speaker at
its weekly Youth Service and
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fJenisii FicridHan
Friday, January 12. iggoj
Confab Invites
Menorah Rabbi
World Council i'i Synagogues, ;ii
filiated with i ho Conservative
movement, will hold it- second an
dim i convention m Jerusalem cm
Mi 29 to 31.
The United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, affiliated with the l e i s h
Theological Seminary ol America.
,i.-,*-p^iwjKii>> Rci *uai.u'-spon-
sor of the World Council ol Syna
j: .ui'> and has invited Rabbi
Mayer Abramowiti, of Temple
Menorah. to participate in the con
vention's session on "Youth and
the Synagogue." Dr. Bernard
s gal, national director ol the Uni-
ted Synagogue ol America, has an-
nounce ii
At the convention, delegates will
hear Ihe outstanding leaders "i
Jewry in presentations on a va-
riety ol fields of Jewish religious
and communal affairs.
Rabbi Abramowitz has served .is
director Youth for th< Southeast region and
i.- presentlj ad isoi I lh< region's
Kamah Camps.
Packages
For Relatives
The cold Russian winter must
bring u-orrifs to Miamians who
have relatives behind the Iron Cur-
tain.
Mrs. Alfred Stone has made ar-
rangemnts with an English firm
to >hip packages of warm clothes,
woolen cloth, and other winter
items to relatives in Russia.
"All red tape and customs are
taken care of." explained Mrs
Stone. "Fine British woolens are
shipped directly lrom England at
substantial savings."
Mrs. Stone may be contacted at
the Shelborne hotel
Oh
LEGAL NOTICE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
II.
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BENJAMIN LEWIS STONE
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II ni NVwinnn K..... "..... FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
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DA1ftOu>AUL ,~ No 2C 196
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ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR nAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 61C TM>
lease of the concreuatmn lrom a kirst rin-*n vni>
life contract voted several years i
ago to Kahbi B. Leon llurwitz
Temple Zamora ol Coral Gables
this week announced the formal re-
|'|.ti'i:m:ii:.;.
I'lainil'f.
Nathan Da\ idOW. president of the m:iv--. iv u m.i i i v .: \n i m
Temple. v,.uh' the announcement. "*{*Z"Z ,,RA,MM "-"'''
NOT CE OF SUIT
Rtbbi llurwitz. durinB his cvcn to ILMIIUSCiV wii. i *m uraiiam
MORRIS GREENBERG
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Ill .,' .. her* -,\. n > i rn ubh I
Sell Yi'i).. Suivll Inu ;.r^ h.- .v
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MRS. BERTHA MEADE
;.;, ..r I'uo NK nth > !! d IHi si
Shi ...mi- in-- i\ >!'- .if fixnn
New V..-K >.i \r. mi. itre her hui*-
liand, Mia. four ilauKhter* Im-lndlni
M -. Ctaarkille UnUbera; ami. 1'
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years ol tenure ;:t Zamora. was
active In many local civic, reli-
gious, and cultural organization*.
He is currently -.pirilual leader
of Temple Israel of Daytona Beach
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THF COUNTV JUOOF'S COURT
IN AND FOA DAOF COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 4718C
IN l:l". H.-i:.ii of
RHCIN M.I' I". I'.II.I.MilH.
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HERMAN SPILFOGEL
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llea having or i-tatintlns ihi
an] rurht, lltl tnt-areal In Ihe
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lu ihi- ri;n 'In : of, ri.
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME L'rt
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NOTICE UNDER
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FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN' CHANCERV.
No. 6'C '34-2
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Friday, January 12. 1962
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LEGAL NOTICE
Tl
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 61C 13754
iMAS P HISS I
i.
rDMBHU
BY HENRY IEONARD
Page 15-B
Ei.IAIIIlTH r n:.--i:\i
I '.! II '..II!
You, K i*auf ', r Hi:in. address
s- residence i i >. ..... .. i
t. ,, your an-w-r to the complaint
v.itii Hi.- >.'lrk ..I ii'.- ibov* i ,.iii .,i,.i
S : V* a pj tli f ;., II,-, man ,-,,_
li i attorney, 1310-11 Congress Hulld-
>-:. Mill ml 32, I-'.,,.: ..-.. mi i,i before
January JOih, INS, > else null will he
t n ..- odAfanaed. | ..-a..,| |),., .,
!> Wth, '' tl
C H LEATHEKMAN, Clerk.
Circuit C rt, I i.i- i"..uni\, i-i..iici
(S-.il Bj K M '.YMAN.
Deptftj Clerk
v: 2, i '.-.-ii-is
IN
Florida, tin- l'.'i
scheer
tntrix

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
,FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 54T35-A
REJ Estate }<
Ri -iurt .i c--m:i:i:.
i., ... -..i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
V"U ,i- hereb) rrotttied, aii * ed ii> present an> aims and iti'muniiv
>_ which >.- i may l...- against the .-
tat. ix RuHERT j si'UKKR. de-
* itii-i-.1. I.,-- ..I nuiltord County. North
Carolimi, > th- Counts Judges ,.i
Dud. Oil utjr, and f.le the same In
dupUi Hi and is provided in Section
V~- : IS, l- Ida Stal -. In their of.
fi. in :i Count) Courthouse in
id* County, 11 .i i n linn, olx cal-
11 in- >,- i i tin.. .,] li,..
f'-' I'lildt. a lion I. -.:. or th.- name
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I luted .it Miami,
pi I .
MIXETTE .
An. il.ir. \ I
aV:\ ESSEN, I i
S' i >..;..].< Bldg.
. .1111
is r..is-iii
Jin the circuit court of the
Eleventh jud cial circuit of
florida. in and for dade
county. in chancery
No. 61C-8ii4 iKehoe)
lll'WK.-T MORTYJ V1K I'i.i.MI
(Mi hi orii it hi
it., business in ttie s- .
i ilni ft,
\ s.
WENDELL PHILLIPS, et
l >efendants
NOTICE OF SUIT
PERRY i: PHILLIPS
in N W IMUl S rest
Noi th Miami, Florida
roi' ARE HEREBY Si ITIFIKD thin
suit tin- heen broughi against >..,i
MIDWEST MORTliARE COMI'
fY, in the above -entitl.-.l Cnurt. |..
a mortgage encumbering the
*! in I rlbed pro iei t., to-wli
' -'. kill -il i .. Sill IXl> Al'l 'I l'li IX
IT" SLERRA MIKADA, according !
Ith- pi theree r .r.l.-.i in plat
took 84, at page -i. >! th-- public
In I ijilr inly, i-l'.i Ida .
I you ar* reqntrvl t.. tile \..ur at
v^ Itri the i'i- the Circuit
ui i "i I -.,.1.. i m i luridn, .it i1
tirthouce |n Mtami, l lorM.i. .n or
|fii a Jitn.ary u**. LWI2, anl to serve
i Mn-ti .. -.. er upon i >.v\ 11
-XT.-'MAN. I- lirtlfl"- utt ..ri-.-..
ad ..-.-. i- i ith Klnor Ht iin
Ixl v .iK>r Street, Miami 12, Plor-
|:i. ..n or before M.iii date, aa ri ill
' il,.. lawt of Ptorhh* if >x>u fall
imrH .r i in I..- taken
t *-iit-. .| b. \ iij J ,, 11.., ..... |'i,,
li---., arlii li- entered ncalnat >ou
the r. : : ,|(. led in tli.- con
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
Vl 'TICK IS HKRKISV ilVI .s thnl
hi undei un. i .1. -ii ,[,^ ,.|,_.,.;,
- ii- -.- '.nil. r thi i
of I'OOI, ,v P \ T I PI KKITl'RK
SAL10S ,\ SKItVICK ;:: Klfth
Street, Miami Beach Intend t. rear-
lid name alth the
i 'in-in- i '..I'ri 0f | ialje i '....n ., e'lul -
i.i.i.
IB \.\i' MOX< Ai:x
lil.VIX SrflU.l.sT
; II VHKY Kl'KKKNK'K
Attorney f..r Pun*haaerti
l0 Lincoln K.I.. Minn i Be&i h
in -. i ;-i2-i
NOTICE UNOE*
FirT mi < v c ,,.
.ViTH'i: is HBRBBT OJVEN that'
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.' !'.< .i iler (hi Hi i.in. .- nj-ri. ai
TCI! i: AX II C Mli'.\.s> MIAMI. 1
!- ,;.' v Intet -i t.. -. .-.,1.1
hi aiiii the Clerk l -.- Clrcull
. i'.iui t ..I iiiii- '..'iin\. r i.
RKNl ill! il'.l'i IRATIi >\ *-. --.-
I.. A Mt'Kt.I.ER, A.-.-- -.
|______ .- -- ^v I ".-:_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. N PR03ATE
No. 54K3-B
IX Ki:. I-.! !
i'aCi.im: wimnstiI's
I i.e I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'o A'.l I'r-d t -in I A ..,.. H n
'i i' i liemundt, \ : --.. .i
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenist' Fhridfair
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
tHoi Fit :miso3
ior messenger service
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LEGAL NOTICE
hereh n< ,i i i ,. ii re
. -. en! \ i ii.-
,\ h i3ii inal
-'' of I'M'I.IN'K WKIXBTHIN
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ANY
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Florida,
a I.
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 9828
CAKTKRKT S \\l\' IS AND !. >\S
\.-S- "'I XTIl IN,
Plaintiff,
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'ii \i:i.i..- !' hjsi >M JR in l
PATSY Fiil.Si iM I .. i -, ,' I
S A liRIM \i.:.,
I'. i. la I
NOTICE OF SUIT
IV i i II Mil.us I-. ,i,.-i IM, JR., and
PATSY r> ',.s. iM, hia wife, i:
'!i^ n i if lead, their unknown
heirs, ,|.-\: -. legatees, gran-
ti..--. :,.-- _;n -. Ilenora cred '
' -'...... mi uimlnti
b>, through, mdef ir agalnal
then ii ; to have an
right, title '.r in erest in the
pi ...-:. i.... ... t he-^ln
Residence I noa
ii hereb notil led thai tli-
tptloned i ii i. i- been In-
agalnt-t you n the i iri-vilt
f th.- i idii 'ircult of Kl..r-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54655-B
IX Ri'-: !' ,
ii.i'ai: ii>\s> ix
i'.-.. .i-,..i
""* "S TO C=1'TORS
To All c edit -- i I \ I'eraotiM II .-. -
ii*: Claims ir tivman ,_ -i- sj t
Estate
i i ,. ~ i
nulred ,.in. mid !-
" now lAlncn u .. ... ..... .-.^.n.-.
the eelate i :" x r. nXSS-is' de-
i-ik.-I 111 I ol !> ide -ii" I ..-i.'m.
t.. the .' inntj .1 Jdgea ..f [ladi 'oun-
t>, in i file tl name in lupll ite I
i- pro\id-il -i s.....i ir : I Florida
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K I! LEA rHKR.M v.v
1 lei ..f th- Circuit I'.mrt
1 'ad- Oauntj. Klorlda
11;-. K. H I. V\\\ AY
Deput) Clerk
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.ii mi i: i'. laler st.
h lorida
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Wlli I
Il Mini
13-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUD C AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 13796
BAM HI Ri! SAVlX' i: INK i
S' "i. tlating li the I iw "i
State nf New York,
I la in
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NOTICE OF SUIT
I' \ R II I.MV i:rki.ky
^\ i.H.iu Eewe
. "i Streel
i' a nhlln, Pennaj Ivanla
'< ARK lll.l:ii,. ,v ,, ,Kli:i> that
in li:i- been broughl ugRlnet you
IIAMIM'Ui; KAVrSOS BANK. In
"..v. .-niit'.-.i Co lit. t.. t..r--. I..-.
I'.'tgngY encumbering th.. follow.
. .i. ., ii,..,i property, to-tvlt:
L,"' '. Itliiek 77. SI.'l'uS'l) AIHHTH'N
TO i-\Rui. city, acoordhTi t.. ih.-
t'l.it thereof, recorAed in ITat Book
in pace 7" she-t I, ..f the pub-
records of Hade Countv. Plbrlda:
"ii .iv. requlrad to lile your an-
..... with tht clerk <.f th.- Circuit.
urt of Dade i'o,i.t>. HieWa, at the -lgne.1
in tmm-. I,, Miami, Florida, on or
tore January 30, l^6J. and t,. aerve
copy of such answer upon I'A\T1>
I ATSMAN, PhUlRlrTa attorne>.
ioae nddreaa la uth Floor at 11
iai UnL-i.r Btreet, Miami It, Flor-
l. on ,.r before mil date, an raqtifer-
I'V the Lawi .,i i ortda. li >*ou rail
'". th.. complaint will be taken
i "i. .1 Im you .-.rill ., Decree Pro
'''--ii will be entered Baaatmt you
the reliel demanded In the com-
ml
ltd
and for Hade Count) t.
< '"- .< mortg ige pon I h i..;i
I .S-,1 re .1 |ri)|iert^ 1
l..-t ;'.. Block .' FIRST ADDITION I
TO MYRTLi: (iR')VE according to
th- Plat thereof, recorded In Plad
n.>..k .; ii Pag ..i the Public
K..... i- ill Dade Co .'-> F .rida.
You ir. required to fit. your an-
swer t'. "i. >n ilaiiit ith tli-
Clerk i. in- iforeauid Court, and
serve a cop> thereof upon plaintiff* I
attorney MARTIN I-INI:, Uth Floor
Hi l r -deral Bull iln^. Mian i J2,
hlorida. not lat-r than :h- 2nd da.x
i.' Febru irj I .:. or i I >ecree I -
Confeavo ^-ill be entered BaTainet you
Date I December .' i ".I
i: B i.i:\thi:kman. Clerk,
i 'ir. ill i'.. irt. i i i .' I .. nl.i
I-.-... i Bj I-: H i. v\u v v
''. 'i-rk
M MtTIN FINK
Atlrne< i .- PI i
nth I ''.'.- ttade Fed* Blihl
Mian i 12, n irlda
1 ;-12-lH-2 in the united st4tes district
court in and for the
southern District of
florida. miami division
No I0.9O2V.CIV-EC
FKDKRAL NAT iX.M. MORTflAl R
Ass, e i atii >\. -1 I organ-
i Ixed untie. \ in I
.-\ -' i ^ : ,i to the Federal
N'.ii., ,1 m irtgag \ Ltiol
Charte \. '. ha% 'i : ita prlt Ipal
nfflce in the 'i'^ \\ tehlngton,
District if Cn
Plaintiff,
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MARK >X F RKBDF.R in I
i .\ r \ N"i'i i III wil
tiii: initi" statks if amf.r-
n \ it. I Ri 'HKRT V, H -
Defendant*
NOTICE OF
SPECIAL MASTERS SALE
Notice i- hereby -:;. 'i hul pur-
.iii t' thai i.....'.up Final Judgment
..i Mortgage Foreclosure made and
I'th 'li. "i
I'.. ember, li"li. ii^ the Honor ible
Kmett C Choate, I nited State* Dis
tl Icl Judge ol Uie I r ted State* 'Is-
Court In .i'1 the Southern
11 r ol Florida, Minim Division.
in ., oerl iln .....ber I0.M2-M-
CIV.KC therein pending, wherein
FKDKRAU NAV'.iNAi. MORTOAOK
i ASS. H'l a TH ix. a L'nlted State* cor-
poration. I* th* Plalntlfl ."! MARION
P. Ki:i:iKR in.i CONSTANCE C.
RRRDKR, hi* ifei THE I"NITED
! STATKS tF AMERICA ind RUBKBT
\Y WVSE, ar- Defendant*, the under-
Special m inter, appointed by
.-.Hid Judgment will .iiler f.>r sale and
will s.-il t.> the hlgheat bidder t..r cnh
at ih^ s.'itii Door of the Dade Coun-
ty Court Houae m the Cltj of M and,
State "i" Florida, on the ^I'th da> of
Jannary, IMS, it 11:00 A M., ih.- fol-
lowing described pfopert)
Um IS, In Block IS, ot HEFTI-ER
HOMES SECTION TWO. uocordlug |
t.i the Plal ther i r >corded in
Plat Book U al Page ii. of the I
Ihil-llc Record* "i Dade County,
I,, ih- i '.nintt
ti. an.I nl. the -., -
in in. .ii i
Co iirv.. Flo-Id althl
months from the i < -
pubMcul..... here.il oi .
be burn I
MORTtiX I., w iiiN.'iKl:. : i:
Pall,d. Silver, Pa .i -- :. ,\ Minta
Aturn-> *
.'"T I'.i.-. .' ne !' ill ling
Miami, I -.rij.i
i :.-i2-m-2s
IN THE county judges court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54783-B
IN RE: i:.-:.ne ol
DEBY sai '!
11.. -.i..1
NOTICE to CREDITORS
T All Ci'.-.lit .-> i -d Al Per* in* Ha\ -
ins Claims or Demand. Attains! Said
K.-tat-:
You are her-bj not.fi-d and re
quired to ;>res-u: jn\ claim* and d---
nmnds which \ou n11\ bare aaslnal
th- eatate of DBBY SADD I-,-- ......
late ..i Dude County, [Viriila, t.> th.'
Count) Judge* ..f Dade County, and
tile the name in their office* In the
Coont) Courthouae In I 'ivie Coi-nty,
Florida, within si\ cnUndar months
fmin th.- dale of th- f'r.-t publication
hereof, or in.- same .u be barred.
H LEl IN KAPLAN
Executor .if th- Ketate oi lie|.\
sa.1,1. I l*ce i- -I
MYERS. IIEIMAN i '> M''.\.N
B) lllen Korn
Attorney >
i S.M iv-- street
M ... Flor i.i
|/.i-12-19-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC 13473
CARTERET S VVINCs AND LOAN
VSSl 'I ATli'i.V
Pluintiff,
\ >.
AI.VIN I MALNIK and DFBORAH
i MM \l. i-i. w (-, ,
I lefendani -
NOT.CS OF SU T
TO St.i ley r i ..:. i:.i ,ti. .ir .
Hep**) I-:. Donaldson, hi*
Residence I'nknown, r
i Incton and M trtha Hal'
l >.n ii-. Realdenre I'nknnnn and
1'iitti?- i'ii'in-in. .mi Alice dem-
ons, his u.t'-. H- i i.m ,'.. t'n-
knoivn, it alive or i' dead, their
unknown heir*, de\ legu-
tees, g tinte *, i-- -ne.-. cred-
itor*, lien ii -. tr -t- and all
pan lea hu ,ln't clal n Ing t<-
have am light, title or Intereal
in the pi pertj in described
You are hereb) !.. (led that the
i. -\- cool '?' I acti i' I. i- been In-
.1 lade .' .-
''' in i fr '
time .' th tl St publie il .
- v til s burr i
D-itrJ al VII iml, F irl i* I !0tl
ln\ ..;,'. ember \ I l'.*6l
VHAM WKlNSTi: -
A A.I-: n i .r i in fe-tu
t An ... .1 -i Kt i \ '.
INK WEI S'STEIN
SIMi 'N. II \ YS S I1RCX '.*.'i l: '
Utori K.-tate ol
i '.. Weins'ein
i \ I ling
Ml i nl 12, l' nil,
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
V 'TICS ,-i HKHEtn '1 \ :.N that
th- un leralaned. desiring to ens .- in
hu.....under the fli tltlo r.. ol
IttiC E rt > i 'ART MAIXTEX \\.' :
at 'I.: N IV I22n I SI Miami
. Mcrld Inten I- '.. r ;i--.-- *ul i
nun.. Wit I th- Clerk ol the t
' .ii i .f i i .. p-\ F1 i- :
AI'.M.i.V ii Mi RE1. VND
Sole 11.. ner
MELVI.N FINN
\ : i r iplicanl
ll'l ,: .....': B dg
12 22-2 l I 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES* COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. 'N PROBATE
NO. 'ii;-, a
IN It1: Estate of
. sANM-.-tu h. ki:a\
I leceitaed.
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
Ti> All '''. -lit >r> in I All Person* Ha\ -
lag Cairns .. Demands Against Said
INtate
^>u. ml each of you are hereb)
notified -m.i required to present an)
claim* in.i demands which s iu,
elth-r ., > .. may have aca n.--. ts- ,
estate i- >'AM>iKP H KUAN de- |
ceased late rt Dads County, Florida,
t. th- Honorable Conn! Judgea .:
Dade Coun and til- the same In
l ie offlc th) 'i' ntj Courthou i
in Dade ounty, Florida, i hln -i\
i ilendar months irum ih.- da*e ..i the
flrai pub'lcal on hereof. .- il i aims
I.- .1-",.n ;.. .at.i n the i ^ .i ad-
'j-e .a* th- claimant and l be sworn
to and presented as aforesaid, ir
...i me ii be i#. r I. .- Seel
7::.l.iu of th- 191.* Probate Acl
Date Decen ber 18, \ l> !ii
Mi )LI II K IAN ,.",i 'i ,. :: v
LEE BERK \- Exe. itri il
the I.in-' Will and Testament il
Sanfi rd li Ivean i 'eceas I
k' IVNEK \ M VXXHKIM
Kttorne) for I Iwtate ..t
- ih Kean, decease I
12 22 :'. 1 ".-I'.'
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is I!i:ili:cy rsiVEN that
tli- un.iersigned, desiring <' enaTage In
bualness und-r the fictitious name of
. I'UOIU 'TS I'N'I.IMI Tin I it 3301 N.
Mi,.mi Aw Miami. Florida, intend
I to r-i>t.r .-aid name with th- "lerk
; if th- Circuit Court .;' Dade County*
1 Florida.
MARION HOPr'M \N'
EDITH PORI \s
Bole < earners
12/22-2S II
___________________ .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFV^NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
/Jo 6^C 13472
CARTERET SAVIXiJS AXD LOAN
ASSi '1ATII >X,
PLilm
v
AI.VIN I M M.vik an DEB "RAH
C. MAI.NIK. h,- w Ie, el ll,
I lefendani .-
NOTICE OF SU T
TO ROBERT H W1NN leorgan*
ii Trustee In Bunkr .
for Mason Mortgage S Invest-
ment i i' loi
1021 Tow. r ling
IM. K Stn n w
Washington, D.C
You are hereb) i ol liied thai tli*
.il>.\ .I-.-1 tio be In*
til led ugainal the (.'"-'-uit
i '..un ..t the ill..-. i i .,' Flor-
ida ia .in.I for Dade Count) for**
close .i in.i* _-.-.. thi .^loa;
described real prop.....*
I...t 7 Block 1'. FIRST ADD1 IN
TO TROPICAL ESTA PES 8UB
DIVISION ii irding tu th* Plat
thereof recorded i" Plal Book 53 it
Page 6 "i the i' '. Records of
Dad- County. Florida
Together w ih
Hotpoim Range M idel R I I
Hfitp.ii n Refrigerator Model EA c<
You are required to file lur an*
-\s..^ i.. pliilntiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the .1 ii-l :.-f iid
serve a p\ thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney martin FINK, ich Flos*
Dade Federal Building. Miami "2,
Florida, not later than January IS,
I lf:', ..r :i IS'fr.-.' Pro i'..nie-..o will i>e
1 entered against you
Dated liecember r
i: B i.j:athi:i:m \n lerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida)
i i seal i 11. E. H I.ANM AY,
I"e;mt. I'lerk
: MARTIN FINE
Attornej for Plaintiff
uth l-Uioi Hade Federal it aiding
Miami 112, Florid .
12 22-29, l/S-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54420-A
IN RE: Estate .i
SERAKINl SANTACRI ICE,
Deceaw l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persona
in? Claims
Estate:
You are
ouired to '
mand.- M '
th- estate
or i ''- i". i- Vgul -
Hir-
s, rt
an I
wife,
i the Circuit
re l( of Flor-
anty t. fore-
th- following
DATED -In- *7th d.i
961
nf Dei'-inber,
E B. LRATHERMAN
Clerk of the I
Court
Dade Ci Itity, Florli
lly. E. H. LA NMPAT
l,i. ,, I'-'l'i'ti '
'"' Floor at in: b. Flagler St.
N'i
mi it, h'lorida
it :, i i-12-is
i
Together with Ul itrucl ires in l lm-
proven In n in u I hereafter on
,i.i Ian i i.i ittached
ther-to.
nil set forth in '.in
...l i udgmi i" in K .''< -
siituted against you i
Court of th. Judl
Ida in and for Da ie >-
rinse ii mortgage upon
Inscribed rea properti i
l.t 7 Block 4;, iTrst addition
in TROPICAL ESTATES Sill-
DIVISION icoordtna *.. th- Phil
there>f reiordert In Plat Hook "it ai
Page u ..t 'he Public Rei o .i- "
Dad* County, Florida;
Together w th
Hotpoint Range Model RR i'i
Hotpolnt K.-Irigerutur Model BA
You are required to file your an-
swer to plaintiff'* complaint with the
Clerk of th- aforesaid Court, and
nerve a oopy thereof ut<.n plalntlfr*
mi.ru..j MAR l N FINE, i Ith F.....I
1'ide Federal Building, Miami n:
not later th in January i*.
1962, "r a i >. re Pro C in .1 be
entered ag tins! you
Dated IVcember IS. I 181.
I: H l.i:.\ i'll RRMAN, ''
hi Court, 1' i'll* i' ml v. i : i.i i
IN TH? COUNT" JUDGE "O-RT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORID*. IN PROBATE
No 54T10-C
liar- I I N RE Estate of
LILLIAN I C >LE,
I leceased
NOT.CE TO CREDITORS
To v I i ell .1 Ml Pert- ii ,i -
ilia Claim- il ,ti i- A
Estate:
You are a r b n .nl r.--
inir-ii i" |.-- sem n> I .
mand* wh ly have a
tbe estate ul Ll 1.1,1 AN i lil.k
Ceased late I> ,-.[.- Florida.
to the i ''Mini Judge* .1 i'.i i' .in
i and the ime lupll.....
ii id .i- ,.r .\ide | in .-- -i ai
Florida Statute*, In their ifflces ll
in- Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ii. Florid i. thin si* Hendnr
months from th- nine of the first
publication hereof, or the tame *iit
b. bun ed.
Dated at Miami Florida, this Mth
da) of l...... her v 11 ".'
LEE N li. > itl :k
M \i mi : li BORER
As Executor*
THEODORE K NKLS i.N
I Attorne) for '' tor*
407 Lincoln Ro 11
Miami Beac i .r I .
12 .i. I i-12-U
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN
tli-- inderslgi .i nga
'.'. In .-i ...
.i -
closure, on fil- in the iIk.v- described MARTIN FINE
B) E il LANW VY.
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I ii IN"
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MARK
. 2221 B.W
!'. eb) notll led in-1 re
,.--ii claims and d*-
h 'ii.ii line ifi i nat
.1 SERAFINO SANTA-
CROC E deceased Int* if Dade Coun.
ty, Florida, to the Count) Judges of
Dade l'oont> and fi'- the same In'
th-ii- offices it the i'......i irth man
in Had.' Co-mty, Florida, within -d*
calendar munths fr un the i i ihe>"
ll -' pllbl i in h- r...... ." Ih- same'
will be barred
s WILLIAM AN ill IN v
SANTACRi h i:. I'.
i DAVID I.IEBM \X \ I
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Homesti i.i. Florl i
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COJRT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCU T OP
FLORIDA IN AND FOR D'OE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 6IC '3606
HARRY III Tsi'1I1.|:k.
Plalntlfr,
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HELEN D. Ill 1 mH
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SUiT FOR DIVORCE
Tl' "'I.EN M TSCHLER
"in East I Ith si-: Apt I0D)
Nea Pork, N'.-\i >' >rk
You HELEN D. Hl'TSCHLHR ire
hereby notified thai i Bill .: '-.m-
-plaint lor Divorce has been tiled'
again*! you, and you are required to-
serve, a cop) of your Answer or
IMeadinit to the I till ..f Complaint m
the plaintiff's Attorne] wii.lia.M
K III'.M I'll Kill's. S3-1 N.E i:-th St.,
North Miami. Florida and file th*'
original Answer or Pleading in the-
office ot the clerk of the CI cull Court
on or before the IBth da> of Unuaryt
Iflgll. li you fall to do -. judgment
b> default ill be taken .j it ) '
f..r the relief den inded m th- BIN
of i 'omplalnt.
Thi.- n..th-- shall he p iblisheji >nos
n. i> greek for it v ".-ks
In THE ii' ISH FLtlRIDI \N
DONE AND ORDERED .' V iml,
ot i m Ida, thi* -') laj il D amber,
A li 19(11
said n .I"- Clerk >l thi -
i-iiit Court of Hide counts i- oi I*
B. |l LEATHERS/ w
i' i. un Courl Dadi Count Floi Ida
I'll \
. \ ICTI IR IiRVINI
Ait.'i nei for Plaintiff
14th Floor i il it'iiiding

Mi.mil 32, Florida
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K I Ni '
. I, -.-12-19
12 22-2, 1 5-12
IIAK' ILD STRI
Attorne) t ,r Appl

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Friday. January 12. 1962
UNOIS THE
STICT AND CONSTANT SUMItV.S.ON TMI OITHOOOXVAAO HAKASMUTH OF FIOIIOA RABBI DR ISAAC HIRSM IVil. DIRECTOR
PRICES IN THIS AD
EFFECTIVE THRU
FRIDAY
JANUARY 19
FREEZER SALE!
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 of better 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 +
57
lb.
BEEF
CHUCK
110 LB. AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
59
c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
CHOICE OR PRIME
73
lb.
32 POUND AVERAGE
BONELESS TRIMMED
BRISKET
OF BEEF
12 LB. AVERAGE
89
c
lb.
LAMB
Forequarters
25 LB. AVERAGE
49
lb.
VEAL
Forequarters
50 LB.
AVERAGE
59
c
lb.
BABY
Steer Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE
49
c
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
MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. S7rh AVE.
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
NO. MIAMI BEACH
Mil HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. ar ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR