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"(Jewish Flor idian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 25 — Number 2 Miami, Florida. Friday, January. Id, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20? Samuel friedlaud Sam Malawi Max Oroviti Carl Wrinkle Joseph Lipion Stanley C. Myers Sidney Le/courf 23 LEADERS NAMED Sam Blank Federation Announces New Executive Body r i .-natioH of :i new executive in itu • %  i the Greater Miami ish Federation has been an unccd bj A. .1. Harris, prcsid n* Col Kovens A. I, Norn's I Dacid Cotimon Howard Kane Eshkol Satisfied With Talk Here; xpects H in is lescriblng the new com ttee -imarking a "very ini •i rtanl change in I" %  deration struc tun • %  •' o said the group no., co lists of off icers; < hairme Hi ma %  >r standi' j committees and five to ten members appointed bj the pr< si lent from .. list sub mitte : i j the nominatin ct mi lee The ne i executn e com mil i i> made up i A. .1 Harris, president; Sam .1 Heiman, honorary president: Judge Irving Cypen, vice president; Sidney Lefcourl, vice president; Mrs. Stanley C Myers, vice president Harold Thurman, vice president Carl Weinkle, vice president; Jos eph M Lipton, treasurer; Ernes) Janis, associate treasurer; David Catsman. secretary; Cal Kovens, associate secretary; Samuel \. Friedland. chairman of the boar.) oi trustees; Jack Gordon, chairman of the budget committee; Howard Kane, chairman of the campaign committee; Stanley C. Myers, chairman in cl arge ol com munity planning; Leonard Abess. Sun Blank, Shepard Broad, Nathan Gumenick. Leon Kaplan. Jay Ki.-lak. A .1. Muiasky, ami .Max Orovilz. Federation officials expressed the hope thai this streamlining oi the Federation's t o i> policy making body will permit "great flexibility" of operatii ns, "Important decisions can now be made bj a group which can convene quickly, and because of its compactness it can resolve Continued on Page 11-A NEW YORK (JTA) Satisfaction with his present visit to i,i L'nited Sta es an v ith the reul;s ol tufinancial discussions i Washington was expressed here Tuesday by Israel's Finance Miniser Le> i Eshkol prior to his departure for Israel Mr Eshkol. who stayed three eeks in this country meeting members of the Kennedy Adminitration and conferring with lead r> ol the United Jewish Appeal n I the Israel Bond Organization, aid he anticipated that the Israel Government will obtain a loan ot etween $35,000,000 and S30.000.000 from the World Bank in Washington %  on. The Israel Government, he 1 led would be able to utilize proeeds from that loan this year. In general, he said, he had "very friendly discussions" with a number of leading Washington officials, parf : cularly those concerned with finances and economy. Amonn the men with whom he con'erred in Washirjton //ere Secretary of the Treasury C. Douglas Dillion; Secretary of Agritu ture Orville Freeman; Eugene R. Black, president of the International Bank for Recons'ructirn and Development; and high officials in the State Department, the Export-Import Bank, the International Monetary Fund and ihe Agency for International Development. "Very friendly discussions," said Eshkol, "were h.ici ir at' of these a.id many other meetings." The Israeli Finance Minister said that United States Government aid u Israel will continue As for the pending World Bank loan, earmarked for Israeli expansion of roads and highways and for the r.g of new roads, he said that he Bank was sending a mission to Continued on Paqe 3-A Former Ben-Gurion Advisor Gets 10 Years for Spying TEL AVIV — (JTA) — Lt Col Israel Beer, former personal military adviser to Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, and professor ,i mihtao history at Tel Aviv University, was found euiltv su day by three District Court judges en three charges ot espionage. He was sentenced to 10 years imprison ment for parsing secret information to a foreign agent "with the intention of injuring the security ol the State." Beer, who could have received life imprisonment on being con victed on the espionage charges, said he would appeal against bo:h the verdict and the sentence. "1 had no intention ot injuring the seCUJ-ity of the State, nor have I injured it." he declared. Just before he entered the court room, Sunday morning. Beer told newsmen that he has been acting as his own counsel during the latter stages of his long, secret trial, because of a difference of opinion with his lawyer over de fense lines. He revealed also that the court had denied his request—"because of technical reaans" —to call nine witnesses, among whom he listed Prime Minister Ben-Gurion; Deputy Defense Minister Slvmon Peres; Israel Galili, a high official of the DeContinued on Page 10-A AMBASSADOR STEVENSON spokesmen for justice Top A ward For Stevenson SICK' COMEDIANS PAGE 16-A NEW YORK — (JTA) — President Kennedy Monday hailed :'.i<> : .ii B'rith Ann Defamation League "as a spokesman lor equality and justice, and as a guardian ol democratic ruins' which is "making important contributions I i America's demi eratic lega i he President made his si it i men; in a message to li Edward Schlutz, national chairman of the L< a ue. in connection i he presentation ol the organiza tion"s annual "America's De i atic Legacy Awar I" to Adlai E. s even-on. chairman oi the L'nited tes delegation to the l'nited N.i lions The award was given al i luncheon culminating the ADL's 49th anual meeting at the Plaza h i tel here In accepting the award. Mr St enson stressed that t h e United Stale.-, "has already proved bev > > Continued on Page 3-A ADL Report Reveals Severe Restrictions in Private Clubs NEW YORK—(JTA)—Two-thirds of 1.192 clubs in the l'nited St including country clubs, as well as similar organizations in the cities, practice religious discrimination, it was reported here al the 49th annual meeting ol ihe B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League which con eluded Monday. The report was made by Bernard Nath. of Chicago, chairman ol tinADL's civil rights committee, and was based on a special ADL study conducted during the last v ear R e I i g i o II s discrimination in \nrican club life, said Nath, is "far harsher and more severe" than it is in employment, efluca lion and other areas, and, "in the run. jus! as damaging." lie found club discrimination "a dis lurbing, astonishing" phenomenon. He reported thai the survey estab lished the following facts 1. Sixty-seven percent of the clubs investigated—781 clubs out of a total of 1,152 surveyed—prac tice religious discrimination. Of Continued on Page 5-A l.'onnrd Abess Hurold ihur.rr-n Jay Kislak Shtpard Broad Mrs. S. C. Myers A. I. Molasky leon Kaplan Ernest Jam's Jack Gordon Nathan Gumenick living Cypen



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    Friday, January 19. 1962 Stevenson Gets ADL Award Continued from Page 1-A %  %  > possible doubt, for ourselves 81 (! .ill the world, thiil there is no I rrier of race or worship or culture which the unflinching practice hall be able to Utilize motiey from that loan durir.fi our next fiscal year."" Included in the plans, he .said, is not only highwa) expansion but also, posf bly. use of some ol the tun is to complete railroads connecting the Nepev with the central part of Is1. .'I The American Jewish communi(j Eshkol said, is doing "superb*' k in aiding the Israel econonfy %  i i meeting Kith the trustees i • he L'JA, lie said .mil attending i i i \ i vent-, he found thai M mi' oi the big I I \ givi rs hi i doubling this year's contril : i ompared with 19 I ;i leadi. and workers are mistic >'i meeting '.he -;• %  ( r needs confi ontn i this \ ar's i %  mpaign, to raise lart i r .[or immigrant absorption in .1 ior the consolidation of ultural settlements We apI u iti the i JA i fforts mosl pro lly." In 1 stressed. As for the Israel Bond Organization, Eshkol was laudatory of ihat organization's sale, in 1961, cf the highest yield in bonds since the bond drive was first launched in this country more than 10 years ago. Still bigger plans have been made for the next year, he said, and the achievement of these higher i.oals will result in expansion of srael's agricultural irrigation network as well as the creation cf new industries in the Negev. I -"hkol expressed himseii .is optimistic" in regard to • neral economic outlook for • Ing the next decade Givrtain i ondil ions, he said. Isild : r "able to i lost its a i o trade gap. or narlap to vcrj low pro] i r 1970 The conditio .,.1 improvf men! in • < %  country's economic position, he •.ia. are: l Normalization oi the try's growth in population: .' 'i nance of the present, relative firm position m the country's .•i curlty. Given these conditions," he st ;


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    Page 4-A +Je*lsfr ftcridltor Friday. January 19, 19G2 "eJewisH Floridian OFFICE end PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4GC5 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDL1N.. Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher Put lehed *rery FrMsy tine* 1*87 I Thi J*wl*h FloridUS at 1?" NK Blxth Street. Miami I, Flol Scoond-CI H %  %  %  • %  '! •••• MUml, FlorIM The Jewish Flcridian has absorbed the Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly. Member of the Jewish Telegraphic Aflency. Seven Arts Feati.re S>nOicate. Worldwide News S.r. ir-. National Editorial Assn.. American Assn. of English.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. The JYwls Flo dlan does not rua an tee thi Knhruth of ih • -ban llw advi rtised In It* rolun n SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Vear %• 00 Three Years J1C 00 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BIREAI" — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ban Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel KAY 17. BINDER espondent Volume 35 Number 3 Friday, January 1? 1962 14 Shebct 5722 Award to Mr. Stevenson THC UTTlf tOK TW S6CAME Ml AlAWMNSIAMP )i The Anti-Dc i B'ri h is ;o be co: • lot a % % % %  ax d to *.:.. nson F?w mei Western world outrank him u :on Mr. Stevenson has rr.cice :c peace since his assumption c: the post he now occupies. No one could have been more pessimistic with respect to the iuture of the United Nations than the Ambassador, himseli, following the trcgic death of Dag Hommarskjold. Repeatedly, Mr. Stevenson warned this nation, and the honestly-motivated peoples of the globe, that Russian designs for a successor meant not, as the Communists announced, increased democracy but death to democracy at the UN. It was perhaps his own marshalling of world forces in behclf of the last hope for peace that inspired Mr. Stevenson to his greatest achievement at the United Nations — saving it. But America's Ambassador to the UN has since, end repeatedly, continued to perform yeomen service there. Indeed, his contribution to the cause of international amity was a telling one from the inception of his duties. The sad fact is that, successful though he may be, Mr. Stevenson has not been particularly happy at the United Nations. His responsibilities are huge, and the task reward ing, but those who know the Ambassador personally continue to recognize in him the yearning for "even greater things." This, of course, is reflected in his own twotime candidacy for President. Bui it would at least seem apparent that those who failed to support him in 1952 and 1956 on the basis of his cileged "Hamlet complex,' find complete repudiation of such evaluations of him in Mr. Stevenson's stunning record at the United Nations. Those who called him an "egghead liberal" who would be "soft on Communism," now recognize that his greatest achievements in behalf of world peace thus far, are, necessarily perheps, explained by Mr. Stevenson's cbility always to meet and sometimes to beat the Communists at their own game. President Kennedy recognized this in him when he appointed Mr. Stevenson as U.S. Ambassador. The President, who hailed the AntiDefamation League and its award this week, finds himself clearly vindicated in his choice. So. too, has the ADL made a splendid choice in Adlai Stevenson. Sixty years of J MS (idoi-e*; •JTZk need remains a very real thing, far from diminished and, as a matter of fact, on the rise. The encouraging view here is that the need c:.ses from a country vibrant in its expanding activities on a variety of fronts rather than from indolence and indigenceboth common to the Middle East generally. Perhaps Mr. Eshkol was successful in his Washington talks for this very reason. Our nation admires en industrious people; there can be no more telling accolade to Israel today. Mr. Eshkol Does Well Despite recent official pronouncements in Washington that no more U.S. loans would be forthcoming to Israel because Israel, in the eyes of our government, has made sufficient progress no longer to require them, Levi Eshkol came away this week from top level talks in the nation's capital with high hopes for some $30 million in aid funds during 1962. Mr. Eshkol is Israel's able and affable Finance Minister, and acting in this capacity, he has presumably done well in his country's behalf. Legal Delay on ARAMCO The delay on the ARAMCO decision in New York is en unhappy one. From an objective point of view, the principle involved is a clear one. Those arguing the case have said that New York State can not expect to change Arab attitudes with respect to Jews. But the American Jewish Congress, which initiated the proceeding, declares that New York State can certainly prevent the Arabs from practicing these attitudes there. Simply, this means that ARAMCO should unquestionably be required to bring an end to its discriminatory hiring policies or close its operations in the Empire State. The extent of the discrimination has been illustrated by ARAMCO legal tactics aimed at disqualifying witnesses who are members of the Zionist Organization of America or the American Jewish Congress. Apart from the obvious ideologic reasoning of the defense here, it is also a way of boning witnesses on the basis of their religion. No courtroom tactic adopted by ARAMCO could more clearly spotlight the principle being argued in the case than this; for it tells us precisely the method of operation of the Arabian American Oil Company in New York all along. As AJCo.igress has already indicated: To change American policy with respect to Arab discrimination against Jews abroad is a matter for Washington — one Washington, incidentally, has thus far neatly managed to avoid. It would be a generally happy occasion to But to change an Arab oil company's discrimcome to the conclusion that the U.S. is correct inatory hiring practices in New York is hardly in its surmise of the Jewish State. But continbeyond the means of the decently-motivated uing successes there notwithstanding, Israel's people living there. during (he week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN BERHAPS the most illumin%  ating. and most Infuriating, conclusions of the recent teen age conclave spon^pfed !>y th Greater Miami Jewish C munity Center were to be found in the young peoples' session on Jew sh and secular education. For these showed the paiticipanls at the height of their grandiloquence, sell contradiction, end compnlsivi need to hlame all save themselves i./ratikkj>confe>fl*l^tJrihic\< within the context of schools and hook learning. In the matter of general education, the teen-agers, among other things, criticized the fact that less than one-half" of tin subjects of ered ".no into depth to sal -:. They openly admitted their inability to speak and writs a., wi I as they should, but almost immediately added to thidisarming]) honest evaluation that their errors are "overlooked." and that th, > would prefer to see all mistakes •clearly marked" in order to lo correct them. Grading systems, ihej wise > surmised, are [air, but parents and teachers -• %  %  ire concerned with grades i with learning And; in an implii for the consequera % %  tin cautioned thai "homework i q ii ments ought to I : l w anl to say at the outset thai spit of d< : -y -•.. %  ding, I am franfcl; ntcn i • %  %  r the rn ern i live l es. As ai man) t these profou tinis of th< ,. %  ben narent si • t they are ca| id" >>> %  • MFlfCriON Cf A HIRROa WORLD THE YOUNG PEOPLES mabashed confession to speaking %  writing failures il appears to me, sui generis disq i their value judgments. These failures art. in fact, all rooted m read failures — in the individual leen-ager's general lack ol concern I serious literature of an) variety. Hence the inability to communical either intelligently or properly — a weakness they can hard!) blame on the vicious, corrupt, scheming adult world about them. If the) do not read—anil an) teacher will attest to the fact thai they do not— the fault is far from germane to the modern educative process I can. 1 think, make an equally good case for the other criticism* raised by the teenagers, which they prii.cipally saw rooted in pari: and schools. But it would beg the issue, and this is why-their con elusions proved so infuriating, that willy-nilly the GMJCC conclavi participants arrived at many truthFor young people are, in fact images of the mirror world aboui them. Whatever may be said o( their foibles, let no one underestimate their shrewd ability to ''make do"—here reflected so neatly in the interpretation of their acute intellectual sloth a.the result of some external failure in teacher parent, or school. Sh,fling the blame in the secular sphere of education successfully stimulates an impressive constellation there on thingthe) could understand thai the moraland ethics el young people derive from theii total life experiences rather thai from Jewish education: that religious school starts at too earl) age and h omes repetitious year after year, -o that many child refuse lo continue; that tin-re is too much homework, which is ad (o a homework schedule from public school; anil that Jewish ed lion could be improved by starting at a later age, and not makini seem like a requii i ment. One car go on an i on with their catalogue of dissent, all of wl .infinitely more hypocritical than the omnicient viewthe yo %  Ii adopted in their study of tin secular field. In the latter, wl. the landmarks are less foreign, they could readily camouflage then absolute intellectual non-motivation with the sort of cunning unavailable to them in the exotic surroundings of religious school. Here, the effort was more difficult—and more visibly amateurish. Let it be said at the outset that the young peoples' unanimoupraise of Sunday school is the besl kind of indictment one can launch against the Sunday school system Pleasant memories" and thing* one can readily understand" bear absolutely no relation in fact or fancy to proper education: indeed they raise ugly suspicions thai such menu ries merely pander to teen-age reticence in the matter ol seif application be it to education or to any other task. Where young people bemoan the early age at which Jewish education begins, they are in fact bemoaning that it must begin at all Where they argue that it is repetitious, they simply stoke the fire ol their own antiintellectiialism; for all education is necessarily repetitious, as Aristotle so valiantly indicated. f•> -a. PAKIHTS AS CONSISTENT 'OOT' TO COMPLAIN OF excessive homework, "which is added to a homework schedule from public school," is to have forgotten the criticism in the other area: that the public school does not require enough homework. Hence, the plaintively voiced objection with re speet to the religious school must be interpreted, again as a totality, that there is any homework demand at all. When it is argued that Jewish education should not "seem like a requirement." and that for this and other stringent reasons "80 many children refuse to continue," the nub of the hypocrisy emergein all of its immature naivete. What the teen-agers want is painless, suuar-coated religious school — an impossibility if school is ever, anywhere, to mean anything at all. Out of a sense of decency. I prefer to ignore the outrageous "chutzpah" implicit in the conclavism that young peoples' mot "derive from their total life experiences" rather than from Jewish education. It i> simply too tempting a springboard for devastation But the fundamental issue here is that children can simply "refuse to continue" religious school. Do parents, in their most Ixratii Continued on Page 12-A



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    Friday. January 19. 1962 -Jwfltfl Fbririirir Paqe 5-A • ADL Report Reveals Restrictions in Private Clubs Continued from Page )-A the 781. thr* were 6*1 "Christian" clubs excluding or limiting Jewish membership; while *0 were "Jewish clubs" excluding r limiting inemberehip** Christians. 2. The raf'-s of discrimination v.ire 72 percent in country clubs. C pcreenl in city clubs. By regi ins, i'•( %  rates were "4 percent m the North Atlantic states; 73 perceni irTTER TO THE EDITORn the Midues'; 60 percent u> the South and Southwest areas Of the United States; and 58 percent in he Far West. 3 Of the 781 clubs that were '•PUUi M, or 90 percent, maintained their estrictions "unoltieially"—\< ithout eligious tnrnr-rs in their constituiui.or by-laws Tile remaining a enforced rf'lis'ous restrictions 'hat were •officially" written into !i ::• con ti ut:on or by-laws. Rabbi Agrees Parental Role Must Reign Supreme EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I ayree fully with Leo Mindlin's evaluation o: the parent-child relationship: 'he breakdown ot peu ntai authority and the lack • >: ; arent-teacher role of father and mot!.or Those of your readers who oct isionall) recite traditional i rayers, especially the Grace AiiiMeals, are familiar with the phrases "Ovi-Mori, baal habbayis hazzeh Immi Morawsi, baaia~ .^.li b.iyis hazzeh." "This means My Father—My Teacher, master of this house Camp Director To be Speaker Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon I iih will hear George Stern next Wednesday. 12 to p.m.. at the Rrz I'laza hotel, according to Jacob (.' I' %  -hm.Th and Joseph Malek. chau men. Stern, of Nashville, Tenn.. is diu-ctor of the Southern Zionist Vouth Commission, and director of %  amp Judaea, in Hendersonville. S'.C, sponsored by Hadassah and Zionist Organization of Amen ca Current events will be discussed M' \i n h %  • Wolfs in, and there i'l he community singing My Mother—My Teacher, mistress of this house ." When parents abdicate the teaching rele and delegate it in it.entirety to outside forces, they formas'ery over the home and au%  ; • < J i-11y over their children. The isequences have become obvious, saulj obvious. The Biblical "vehu ylmshol bah" — 'and he shall have dominion over her —does not set man as tyrant .ivi r woman: wisely, it sets up the symbol ol authority in the home: father. When the authoritative fa'her image is undermined and destroyed, made effeminate, the family crumbles and respect evaporates. A return to Jewish principlemay remedy the situation. RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Miami EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian: Referring to the column. 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Of the 781 discriminatory clubs. WO pratice total exclusion, 141 permit a few or token members of other religious faiths to join. 5. The total number of clubs studied included 693 that were considered to have maximum prestige in their communities. Among these "prestige clubs." the report states, 6o percent of them discriminate against Jews. The fact that such a high percentage of clubs discriminated on the grounds of religion, said Nath, "indicates a serious failure on the part of the American eommurvty, on the business and social level, to accept the individual on the basis of his worth and merit alone." One tragic and direct consequence of the exclusionary practices ofthe "Christian clubs," Nath said, "is the fact that almost eight percent of all the clubs studied were "Jewish clubs" and discriminated to one degree or another against Christians." This is an example of the further institi.tionaiization of religious prejudice and its perverse effects," he declared. "The extent of religious discrimination is shocking and disturbing." TV Visit With Sen. Lehman A television visit with former l.S. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman will he presented on ••Direction., '62— A Jewish Perspective" on ch. 10 tliiSunday a: :; p.m. The program will be the third in a series of four entitled "A Good ly Heritage ol Jewish Tradition— Te!evi-ion Portraits of Distinguished Men of Our Time The religionseries, telecast on lour Sundays in January, is produced b\ the Jewiah Theological Seminary of America. Lehman's appearance will mark his third in this Seminary series. The script for the program which to, uses upon his wide humanitarian interests and activities, as well as upon his public career, was prepared by Harold Flender. ORT Confsb Will Hecr Ambassador By Special Report NEW YORK—U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Philip M. Klutznick v. ill address the 40th anniversary national conference of t h e American ORT Federation at the Hotel Commodore here on Sunda) MoveA. Leavill. executive vice chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, and Hobart H. Summers, assistant supenn'endent of schools for vocational education in the City of Chicago, will also address the sessions Some 500 Jewish community leaders from all parts of the country, representing 100.000 members. are expected to attend ORT. the (irganizalion for Rehabilitation through Training, is the Jewish overseas vocational education and economic assistance agency. II maintains over 600 trade an.l technical education centers in 20 countries ISRAELI REAL ESTATE BOUGHT SOLD APPRAISED MANAGED SIDNEY SALANT 230 Park Ave.. NY. 17 MU 9-7388 PLAN FOR SRJDEGSDOMS > n for h Iplnn to : and NAT !" GAMS 3200 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami Phones FR 3-4616 or HI 6 9981 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC 2MI N.W. '0th Ave. FR 3-7180 Wave vour roof repa"-ed now. yoe lll save on a nev. coo* late* •Satisfactory Work ov Pxperi*r*c*o' Men" Mr Nath stressed. "True, comparatively few of the exclusionary clubare strategic elements in the power structure of a community Many more foster undesirable and undemocratic social practices. Such clubs singly may be only minor sources of irritation but. in their totality they represent a tormi*able expression of anti-Semitic at titudes. Since they represent the attitudes of individual Americans, they signify that education for democracy and human relationstill has a Ions way to 40 in the United State. Henry Edward Schultz, national chairman of the League, pointed out in the floor discussion that "while private clubs do overlap into areas of public concern, they also involve issues of the rights of privacy that cannot easily be dismissed. There is therefore some comfort to be gathered from the tact that 33 percent of the private clubs—including some of the most celebrated in the country—do not v iscriminate on religious ground" The nationwide survey, called "A Study of Religious Discrimination oy Social Clubs." was conducted by the League's civil rights division under the supervision of Arnold Forster, its genera! counsel Dr. Liptzin to Speak Dr. Sol Liptzin. professor of comparative literature a; City College of New York, and chairman of the Commission on Jewish Affairs of the American Jewish Congress, wi I address students of the Junior High Department of the Hebrew Academy on Friday. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal ot the Academy, will introduce the speaker. %  22 MAGIC NUMBER FOR JANUARY SAVERS There has been a time-honored custom among savings institutions of allowing a full month's dividend earnings on sav ings received by the 10th of the month. 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    Page G-A Jen 1st fktHtOm Friday, January 19. 1962 Bias Body Delays ARAMCO Ruling NEW YORK—(JTA)—The New York State Commission Asam.st The ARAMCO lawyer also failed Discrimination postponed this week for a. least two months a decision in an attempt to seek the dismissal in rSJ series of legal moves ... end discrimination against -he emof the arUi-Jewiah charges, ployment ot Jews by Araroco. the Arabian-American Oil Company. | n reply. Shad Polier. vice prea. which operates vast oil refining facilities in Saudi Arabia. ulent of the American Jewish Con After two doys of hearings here bj ,i three-member panel of ithe would perm commissioners. SCAD ordered the a'torneys for the American Jewish Congress which initiated the antion fight, and counsel for Aramco to file briefs b> Feb 19 After the date, each' side will lave two Aceks more to submit briefs an swering tin other side Then S LD will decide whether to hold further oral argunu nt. Mayor Tom Sasso. ot North Miami, is honored in City Hali Council Chambers with the 1962 Markel Industries Award tor Americanism. The handsome onyx and gold "Freedom Figure" is being presented by Harry Markowitz (right 1 president ot Markel Industries, one of Dade county's pioneers in industrial land conversion and development. The award carries the inscription, "For Dedication to our American Heritage and the Ideals ot Freedom Contributing to the Strength and Greatness of our Citv and Nation." Aliens Must Register Here Immigration officials this week i thej an '"well pleased with the response oi alien-, in Florida to addn ss report requirement* Edward !' Aherns. district directoi "I the Immigration and Natui iza i Set i ict stated that the i not In fai is well i a ol the number reporting • sami pi; lod last year Aliens have until the end of January to submit their address reports to the U.S. Government. Forms for the purpose may be obtained at any Po Office or any off-ce of the Immigration and Naturalisation Service. are reqinri those exi -• at include %  accn lited to ci tan 11 %  n> v ho were admitted temporaril) as as icultural work< Alienw ho .in mu ors must also n port but I h < %  parent or leii.il RI ai liai should submit the report fo an • icn ihild under 14 yean ot ..u. Newspaperman to Talk Bernard Silver, representative ol the Jewish Day, spoke on Israel in the Eyes ot ihe Non-Jew" al a meeting ol the Miami Beach Zioni-t District Luncheon Club or, Wednesday noon .it the Ritz Plaza hotel I'r Abraham Wolfson dis cussed current events Jacob Fishriian an i Joseph Ma lek >< i re i hair men ol the e\ ent HoHman Elected Harrj L Hoilman was reelected president of t h e Greater Miami rhaptei 6 of the Florida Restaurant Assn al .. meeting held last week ..• the Park Lane Cafeteria HI Huh .,h Othi i officers i .< > ti I 1". Ihe i ming year were George Ifallory. first vice president; Arthur Lee second vice president; )Mi Margaret S Swart, secretary; aid I onel Chatel tieasurer Avoid Heavy Downtown Traffic And Parking Problems DRIVE ACROSS JULIA TUTTLE CAUSEWAY (36th ST.) AND CONSULT THE TRAVEL AGENT WITH A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE UNDER THE MANAGEMENT Of JOHN E. LENARD Forntn and Domestic travel by Air, Sea and Land — Cruises — Tours — Escorted Tours — Resort*, Hotel Reservations, Air and Steamship Tickets — Automobile Rental — Purchase and Repurchase — Around the World — Europe — Mexico — South America — Nassau — West Indies — Israel — Far and Near East — Canada — U.S.A. CHUCK HALL & ASSOCIATES, INC. 975 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD CORNER ALTON MIAMI BEACH Ciller Bldg | Phone JE 1-1195 ogress, who i> serving as the organTzauon's eoun>el in the case, p ,h 'commission^ „„ lh;|| AHAMC() ,. u ^ (hc ers to answer the part ol Bordeau s |possibilit> of travel to Saudi Ara question dealing with affiliation bia a~ a formula to dlsguisi with the gress Am. -near; Jewish ConOne session was marked by an unsuccessful attempt by Chester Bordeau, attorney for ARAMCO, to impugn the impartiality of the SCAD members who conducted the hearing. Both Conway and another commissioner, Mrs. Mary Louise Nice, then said that they are not Jewish, and not members of the American Jewish Congress. They also said that they had never contribufej to the organiiation. The third commissioner, Ber nard Katien, said he was Jewish, but was newer affiliated with the AJCorgress and never contributed to it. y iait thai it iactually honorin i commitment to its business pa ner — Saudi Arabia — to ex< Jews from an> part of its payi fore;.'! oi domestii %  I he State of New York requ re Saudi s r a bia to a i, Pol er said "But Si can and should bar ARAM( 0 fi icting athe tool and agent fore, p i in \ tolating the ii the state He propriet) of tfie question, howe\ei an l sa I that the fact that he was not aftil Bordeau. asked the three commissioners whether any of them was ever affiliated "ith members, officers or employees of or conAJCongress "shoulc tributor, to the America Jewish .. tha i ongress or an\ organization affiliated with the world Zionist rgmzau> n movement Citing ironi the pur poses of the American Jewish Congress, Bordeau noted thai it a one of its amis to support the es lablishmenl of a Jewish National Home in Palestine. TRAVHING! Caff \ GUS J^'/SHAW SHAW IRAVU StRVTU Inc 149 N.f. 1st St., Miami, ft. 4-260 l2 million trees have been planted in the young State during tinlast !.'> years through the efforts of the Jewish National Fund, to which students of Beth Torah contribute. The school will be presented with an award b) the JNF Miami office lot ncontribution during the previous sch Al.-o planned is an assembly and a Tu B'Shevat luncheon tendered b) the religious school PT \ Highlight of the program will be a parade ot the students from the school building t.p the planting area The ARAMCO attorney said that if any members of the Commission were affiliated with the American Jewish Congress or with -i Zionist group he would ask that thej be disqualified Describing Bordeau's reque-t as "tare and unusual." J. 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    Friday. January 19. 1962 +Jm isfi fhridlinn Page 7 A Gordon Elected Chairman of Metro; Eyes Downtown Expressway Starter Alex S. Gordon has been elected (ionion is a graduate o WI22^S5-^MTS r^T"' 1 ,;" 1 co R "T Uw s a m r b ,, r ;;' "r K ,or,ds unanimous practiced law in Boston and was Massachusetts Bar Assns, a special agent of the FBI from 1939 to 1945, alter which he resigned to enter private law practice in Florida. His local activities include terms ;.past president of t h e Miami Gordon is a graduate of Boston Beacn Bar Awi ,,.,„, pre s,dent of lub. and da and • Tcp lawyers discuss the leqal community's participation in the Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Circuit Judge Irving Cypen, Mayor Kenneth Oka, Leon Kcplcn. end Mcr she" S. Harris. Minneapolis Police Comb City for Synagogue Vandals MINNEAPOLIS — (J"BA) — Teams %  detectives combed sev. %  as i Minneapolis this week ,:,• for ciui to the vandals .;•( >l swastikas on ii\ c ii and the I Diversity <>i Minnesota Hillel Foundation buildII ;.i< k 5w astika was found on i acade ol the Adath Jesburun, i' rges! Conservative congregat it Minnesota. Also smeared %  o the Facade were the words "Juaj lti< -rein" and "Heil Eichmann." Red swastikas were found on •our northside synagogues, along JWV Auxiliary Luncheon Mrs Frieda Cohen will be hostBl a paid-up member-bring-an • mber luncheon for the Marry H. >hen Surlside-Ray Harbor AuxiliIm Jewish War Veterans, on Tucslda> noon at the New Yorker hotel President is Mrs Anna Cohen, and Mesdames fladye Reiner and Sadye 1 ai i;.i v are chairmen. with the phrase "we are back again." The swastika on the HiHel house, with the words, 'here we are, here we come," was found by a Protestant Minister. Pal WaHinc M ni apolis chiel el polii sa:d di*cli sing the inensive detectivi elfort. that he intended to extend the starch "to apprehend the persons responsible ior this vandalism." The local FBI office indicated il was watching the iniaiion. Samuel 1. Schri mer. director of Ihe Minnesota Jewish Community Relations Council, said the vandalism was no; the work of "kids." He asserted it w a the work of %  milts and par: arc parcel of the ieo-Nazi movement in this-country The smearings were strongly condemned by th< city's daily newspapers and in a resolution adopted by ihe interfaith conference of the American Religious Town Hall Meeting, .. group representing Protestants, Catholics, Jews and Seventh D..\ Adventists. inious (.HI don succeeds Hubert M. Havtrlield. New vice chairman is Com, inissioner Winston W. Wynne A former FBI agent, the 48-yearold six looter was horn in Chelsea, Ma s. Gordon is intensely mler•-ted in Metro bond projects. Some oi his announced goals for l!62 are a start on the downtown expressway, creation ol new Hade eounty park facilities and road programs, and the formulation ol long and short range capital improvements "I hope that I can live up to this confidence, and in the comirg year we can all work together to make an outstanding success of this very fine instrument of government — Metropolitan government—for all of the people of Dade ccunty," Gordon said. ded that he hoped the com-mil would be able to bring about a better appreciation by ihe public in the theory, accomplish nients and objectives ol Metro, a relatively new concept in governme t, tounded in 1957. Chairmen oi the commission -i .\< for -.\ months, However, in the past all have served two terms. CATERING, rifa DIPLOMAT Lt.ncrieons, Teas. 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For reservations : Jacques Ostadal. Executive Food Director JE 8-2SS1 Dr. Morton .1. Robbins. vice chairman •( the National Execu'ivc Council ol the Zionist Organization ol America, recently cited Mtro Commissioner Charles Hall n recognition ol his "contributions •o and interest in ihe Ktar Silver Agricultural. Training School"' at Ashkelon. Israel. Citation in behalf ol the ZOA was | at a recent meeting here of the Greater Miami Zionist District. The training school honors Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, a world • renowned Zionist leader. Commissioner and Mrs. Hall were i ecent donors of a full scholarship to the school The scholarship will provide an immigrant child with a lull year ol tut ion. room, hoard and i lothing. 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    Pcge 8-A lmist> fksricit^r) Friday. January 19. 1962 CM PHILANTHROPIC PORTRAIT Fins: Man of Quiet Achievement Justice Benjamin Cardozo's -•.. i nt of li "the great vie: life n ifti n st won in probabl; applies Greater Miami bet• • does l Abe C. Fine. man has sileni philan pj ... inki %  • n to %  served si loi well In-• • %  rs 01 emaming "behe has typi..: ... ho bai Its i p strong belu iwith strong !<, •i :: om Providence. R 1 Fii e has been a steadfast supp orter i the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and its Combine.: Jewish Appeal. Long interested in the medical field, he i> a lounder and trustee of Mt Sinai Hospital, !!• serves as a trustee of T< m1 le !>rael. and is on the D pment Committee ol T< B : %  Sholom His name v II -• b< r< ad in the newspapi rs I ul Vbe C I %  -, .-,., -,i n ong bi in -i %  %  ed on a w i de varietj ol philanthropic rolls. ABE C. FINE v I .... %  raided 7 • %  •' •. %  :• And • %  :• %  • • %  ... Mi jmi :' i %  .....•• II %  I • i r Legal leaders are rallying to trie 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Standing (left to right) are Seymour Gelber, Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. Roberf Koeppel, Howard Scharlin, Marshall S. Harris, Lawrence C. Porter. Seated are Robert Traurig, L. Jules Arkin, Miami Beach Mayor Kenneth Oka. Leon Kaplan, James Mack, and Frank Marks. Outstanding success of the Pacesetters dinner, with its 25 pr > tat under discussion by these three community leade s. Left to ra i land, and Joseph M. Lipton. Middle East Expert Slated I)' Arieh L. Plotkip, noted lecture expert on Middle Eastern affairs, and former otlieer in the Israel Defense Forces, >.is to arrive in Miami i n 'an 18 U diesg sen ol important I bined Jewish Appeal campaign mec A rec nized aitlhoritj on international relations, int< rn al lau .: rative ment, Dr Plotkin was educated at the unit i -i sitii ol Jerusali i and London. He obtained his MA and I'hJ) degrees from Princeton, where hi' taught in the Department ot Politics, and is a member of the American Political Science \--" and the American Society of Inational Law. In the United States ..t pr< sent for teaching and research, Dr Plotkin live m Haifa, Israel, with his wile and two daughters Iwo key members o? tiis Grer w on the 1962 New Horizon c><3 n • peal. They are Sam Sapio led Sfc founding president of Fe •'' %  '^'' e OJonicn Jmm,eaders in &*§ction to


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    Friday, January 19. 1962 f'Jenisi' fhrHinin Page 9-A RIZONS SET JAN. 28 x* f fcfcrease in contributions, is ;?M0iDan Rjskin, Samuel Fried>, Miami Jewish Federation confer .--ijn ef the Combined Jewish Apd Stan'ey C. Myers. Myers was a'" Dentists Rally To (JAppeal A breakfast rails of the Dentists Division oi Greater Miami's Combined Jewish Appeal will be held Sunda;. Jan. '.'8. at the Greater Miami Jewish Federation building Dr. Charles Alenier, division chairman, urged a "record turnout" for i he meeting. Co-chairmen tor the event are Dr. Melvin Becker, Dr. George A Graham. Dr. Jack Landsberg, Dr. Robert Litowitz, and Dr. Arthur Sokoloff. Vice cnalrmen are Dr Carl Baumann. Dr. Daniel S. Franco, ar.d Dr. Krnest M. llalpiyn. Committee members, according to Dr. Alenier. are Drs. K.rnesi G. Blasberg, Kobert M Cornfield, Richard E. Deutch, Edward E. Gailer, Fred Lee Goldberg. Frederick Goldberg, Elliot Gordon. Krank Ilackmyer. Herbert Katz. Muhael M. Krop. Joseph II. Lytton, D. M. Michnoff, Jack H. Mishkin. A. Albert Moser, Stephen H. Reitcr. And Drs. Howard B Rosen, Morton Rosenbluth, Norman J. Russ, Oscar s. Ruskin. David J. Seitlin, Alan Solow, Harold Sweet, John D, Tabak, Her ram J. Thorpe, Allied E Viener, Harold Webman, Howard L Wellins, Lawrence A, Weston, Murray /inner, ami Edward E. Zwig. DR. CHARLES ALENIER Kovens Thanks Local Rabbinate "We are most grateful," said CJA Campaign Chairman Cal Kovens this week, tor the continuing awareness "that the Rabbis of Greater Miami are showing to those community needs idled by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and its Combined Jewish Appeal." Kovens said t h e open letter signed by Greater Miami rabbinical leaders, and the "followthrough that the letter indicates they will accomplish, will go a lonf way towardreminding the Dadc county community that our traditions call tor active participation in charitable and service (auses Women's Division Aims To Top Last Year's Tally \c* J lonz ons The all-OUt campaign ot the Women's Division to top their last year's Combined Jewish Appeal campaign totals got up a lull hi ad of steam last w e e k at a luncheon at the home of Mrs Jack Ablin. [initial Gifts chairman Last year. Mrs. Ablin pointed out. the Women's Division raised more than ton p'i" cent of the campaign total of SI.425.000. Mrs. C.irl Weinkle and Mrs. Inez Krensky, co-chairmen for the. women's campaign. announced 'he appointment of several women : %  • important posts. Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger and Mrs Leopold L Schwartz were -.>>' left), Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and Mrs. Ablin. named co-chairmen lor New Prospects Mi's. Dorothy Krieger Fink was named chairman of the speakers committee, and Mrs. William Brenner was selected as Office Volunteer Chairman. At the meeting with Mrs. Ablin were Mesdames Sidney Ansin. Samuel Beckerman. Ruth Johnson Berger. Meyer A. Baskin. Sam Blank. E. E. Bloom. William Brenner. Abe 1. Cassett, Leo Chaikin, Jacob Engine, Aaron Farr. Charles Feinberg, Moe Feingold, w I. Feuer, Abe C. Fine, Dorothy K. Fink Mesdames Stanley Frehling, Emil Friedlander, Louis Glasser, Louis E. Goldman. Milton Green, s. J. Halperin, A. .' Harris, Mark 1 Hai ris, Philip 1a % % % %  s. >nz Krensky, Sidney Langer, Sidney I i fcourt, Irving L< hrman, Jean l'. Lehman, AI Levin. MornLipp, .:. eph M Lip ton, Alex Manson, A. Herbert Mathes, Clem M; erson. David Phillips, Leo Robinson, Joseph Rose, Sam II Rost, Leopold L. Schwartz. Arnold Seeder, Henry Seitlin, Sol Silverman. Harry Simonhofl Mesdames Milton Sirkin, Carl Susskind, Harold Thurman. Philip R Warshaw, Car] Weinkle, Mortimer Wien. Harry Yagle. and Mandle Zaban. Rabbis Urge Support of CJA Drive The Combined %  \ppeal campaign for 1962 is u'lderv/ay a'ld we, 'he Ra I -of Greater Miami want to state briefly how .ve view ll •'. importance of this annual effort Jewish he age and tradition require thai we give help to those in reed and this is the one lime a year when we are called jr. igh a single • • "d Jews in ^eed of help in every corner of the world Jews in Europe and •' Fi ca seeking the first freedom of their iives 'n Israel, *he c'd ihi and the i %  ed r csh* here a? home all look to the Combined Ji I •' %  %  al as their great hepe for a chance at a full, ife. The ears CJA camp New Horizons." il theme, we I i< i expresses perfectly >• hat the CJA and i's beneficiary agencies have provided to millions of our fellow-men in the past -and what must be provided to other millions m the future. You are asked fo give only once. The money you give, however, works all year long to make our Jewish community at home and abroad a stronger, healthier place in which to live. We urge you to oive yourself We uroe you to join the ranks of volunteer CJA workers and ask others to give. The results of your effort will be felt around the world. Sincerely, RABBI ISAAC CVIR UABe' NORMAN SHAPIRO RaBBI SOLOMON SZHIFF RABBI H. ItWIS ROTTMAN RABBI KAX A. UPSCHI1Z R !fit ; htR^lRT BAUMGAVD RABBI lfOJ KRON'SH RABBI IRV'HS UHRMAN RABBI JOSEPH NAROT RA83/ MOffMCAJ POD'r RA?B: FfiiYtR ACftAMOWITZ RABB! f'JGf.Vf IAB0VITZ RASB! Of.VVO f.\ WAUACH RA5BI SHIHWIN STAUtW HYLAND RIFASChairman, CJA Trades and Professions Council HERE FifPST HY IS AN OLD-TIME MIAMI RESIDENT i HE HELPED BUILD FEDERATION FROM THE BEGINNING W, IH HiS BROTHER. DAVID. HY OWNS MIAMI TITLE AND ABSTRACT CO. 111



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    Page 10-A J m toi > fknAMMi Friday, JoTiucry 13. 1962 from My Diary By MAX LERNER Former B G Aide Guilty of Spying MONDAYJamas B. Conanl dosen'l quote ironi DiavMll in his now book. "Slums and Suburbs M Sraw-Hill but he nucht have cited me title ol the Li elish statesman famous novel "flybU. or me Two Nations," %  the thtim ot tus'reeent stud}' oi Amerieoa aduootion. For the tirst time in his series "f eoneiae an? highly practical studies of failure, ferment and i i mise in Uw American school system, .i note of passion breaks through h,otherwise n.n anri -nuted style af writing. Conanl was shocked at the contrast between 'he •tarn schools a*d the prosperousurburban schools th:it hand hi staff visited, and he wants to communicate his shock 10 hireaderWe think ol both a> par: ot the American school system, and appl-. the .-•me sweeping generalizations to both. Yet they .:• in reality two universes, with planetary space between. Th problem in the slum schools is quite simply the problem ol how to get the intellectually-depressec" nation, of the two nations, to receive opportunit) "ito care whether r doe-. The hot ol t;< school experiments in the slums, especially in the heavily Negro or I : %  :, Rio n an is— lik the Higher Horizonprogram in New York and Banneker pr gram ir SI Lows—have a double task ol uncovering ij raising the motivation all along the line But it is artbrci kii R jol a i< experiments, but little achieve ii, •: m the nation as .. whole. v somi points nl Ii iks beli the school surface (o see what the hiddi re tl I made it what il is For example, he is sure that the problem oi Negro .chooling in the big cities is largelj a problem oi nol enough ivailable jobs. If you have no job likely alter you an thn ugh ntl hoot, or onlj r menial one. von are unlikely to have much aspiratii h _h horizon at school, Thus you can"! do much with slum schoolunlers you do omethin* I rsl with job discrimination bu. boy's skin TUESDAY-:• •:•:• thi' Gen Lucius Claj was to return to Washington .'n Sund.,_\ for ci bound to stir discussion >it itmeanmg. Claj is o important figur* in the Berlin struggle lo come home without its ... mg trouble The nature of that trouble is harder to guess, especialiv .: you are in New York and not in Berlin But Clays temperament kn view-, ain' standing are such that it's a pretty sure bet he isn't making the trip tor routine reasons, but on a matter ot important phincipii The story broken by the Washington Star, which Clay has called rhaps necessarily) "ridiculous." is that Clay sent a hot telegram Jt a State Department •contingency plan'' for what would happen ir. the event oi an Fas' Berlin revolt. The story about the telegram may be wide ol the mark or il may bo almost near it. But it lights up some thil -that peopl* close to Cl •> in Berlin can vouch for Clay came to Bcrli" on a pretty big gamble—the gamble that, with hiown lor-..German experience and prestige and the direct mission fmm Kennedy, he world be able to narrow the dispersion Ol the decision-making power or. Berlin, ard locus it pretty much to the people or. the spot It' th.. t historic tir-: press conference of his. when his offtht -record remarkweie widely reported, ho made it clear that past American blunders on Berlin win due to the endlsprotracted mulling of decisionin the four Western capitals. The Berlin wall could have been torn down at little risk with bulldozers as rapidly J< it was put up. provided there was action within I Later it was too late and too risky. From the nature of Russian u tics whil h ar pii c< meil slicing tactics, not grand strategy stagings, thi answer ha.to come fast or net at all. WEDNESDAY. (a ai Iced with my two youngest Stephen and Adam, over the I b< days Steve IS and will be ready lor college in a couple oi years. Adai 10 years While we talked, it suddenly hit me that b> • mie Adam gets io college the sheer MASS ol knowledge and infonaai compar< >ith Slevi college years, will have doubled. it is a fearsome thought, this business ol the knowledge generations There are biological generations literary generations weapons generai and now krfovvle ns, The burden on each decade ol successive colli • rduate school classes increases faster than Walter Sullivan had two good pieces Tunes right aftei Christmas on the "information problem." and ther, abstract translate, store and code these %  : ;. ;iu I .;:• %  ol research in ever) field. \ .'.ondi %  i ; I II i n 'SUITS Ever) >•< ai that t postpone h':: ei growing-up the stitlf thev must master I tooiun? at I everj yeai becomeharder than the one bei •• I wroti %  herd > on longevity, in which 1 looked hope full) toward 1 I 180 I take it al back Long before that time we will -i .. .ii electronic translations oi abstracts I cts. THURSDAY-.-.. : Iroubl il : is the temptation to gel entangli d ad -i < —I, rim. Li lei onomic aid, the < • n on .market i and housing, mounting > ght of the vista of which the; -re) ait. si fall, 1 happi ned up i ;* -ha m K IBB {i am. Km *.is-prun'-;:. a Bt. D pe iple .. n 5) [u i standards; bu 1 hi M him by, and in a i reactionary, for modern man is no longer only i .IT. if man .p, Thiwset me to thinkinaj what man'basic needs are in fact, which ( .in^aar.nire -baker 'ike Klir tbath can ignore o ily at his peril 1 d 'law i. a pj -e >| notejif' put them aside, because the second i i of Stalin quickly pushed the Communist Par y program oft the >r*xir attention. Bu£ last night looking at a back issue of the I me and urbaae French magazine, "Kealiti s." I found in an Jean Clay on Darjtln DoJci a quote from Dolci that struck me was talking ii worker* and farmers, whether in London or he saidi "The goal is not merely to give them something to | sb: ve all to create a more humane civilization which will leave of both social solidarity and individual self-expression." Continued from Paae 1-A fense Ministry; and Capt. Liddell Hart, famous military analyst. In announcing the verdict, the court stated il tends to believe" that, among other lactors that prompted Beer to maintain com : -eetions with a loreign agent, was a true anxiety lor the welfare ot the Slate of Israel. The court stated it felt that Beer thought that, ly hipersonal "partisan-like" aclii n. collaborating with an agent lor a country in the Communist Dioc, he would help improve Israel's foreign relations. The court found that Beer "did lot act for money But. the court added, once Beer had started his connections with the agent, the latler "used Beer according to what lu needed from Beer, who acted against the state." Ll Col, Boer, wno was one Of the keenest military analysts for the Israeli press, was arrested at 2 a.m. last March 31 at his home on the edge oi a small forest along the Yarkon River on the outskirts ol Tel Aviv. Some 65 pounds of documents were removed from his home by the arresting officers, reportedly only a few hours after his last contact with a foreign agent for a Communist country. Dr. Beer, who persistently denied that he knew any ecrets, told probers of the Shin Bet, the Israel security service, that he had been "dragged into" the espionage work. It was alleged that Beer waone of a very -mall handful ol Israelis who knew all the plans of the VJM Sinai Campaign in advance, lie was charged with having passed on l.i -i plans to a Communist counZionists to Hear Sen. Pepper The Branileis Zionist District will I be host to the general member-hip of t h e Zionist Organization of Greater Miami at an open meeting on Monday evening in Temple Nor Tamid Ezra Finegold. president, said that guest speaker will be former Sen Claude Pepper, who served lor 14 .veais as U.S. Senator from Florida, and for 12 years was a member of the Senate Foreign Re-. lations Committee Musical program will include Joseph Malok. Miami Beach attorney and cantor of Torah Temple, with popular selections by Ro-e Rosamond, dramatic soprano. They will be accompanied at the piano by Hv Fried. Nathan Rattnor. program chairman, will introduce the II sts. Poale Zion Branch Meeting Chaim Graenherg Branch ot Poale Zmn of Greater Miami will n eel Sunday evening at the Cultural Center. M| Washington avo. Dr Simon Wilensky. president. -aid thai Ml-s Ho-e Ro-emond. •ell known soprano, will present a program of musical numbers. I)r Nathaniel Soroff. consultant l i the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be guest speaker. His subject ischeduled as "The Historical Significance of the Poale Zion Movement Rabbi Max Shapiro .' .1! • ak. Bernard Fur man, cultural chair intt (.duee thi speakers article 1 git ily, ( %  Horn f Joseph's Paint & Body Shop A-l Specialist Very Reasonable ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO YOUR ENTIRE SATISFACTION 21 S.W. 36th AVE. CORNER FLAGLER Phone 444-2177 K* try which, in turn, transmitted the Sinai campaign plans to Egyptian agents. The Egyptians, however. disregarded the Information, thinking it was false Among the documents confiscat. in Beer's home were excerpt%  from *Mr.riMHtaMMfs personal diaries The Premier, who was -hooked by the arrest las; year, had personally seen to the appointmen) Ol Beer in it'.V.' aofficial historian ol Israel's War ot Liberation, i this capacity he ha.i access to all secret military documents ol Israel's armed tor.' Beer and Moshc Snob. Israeli Communist loader, were dose colleagues in Ihe Mapam Party, until .\li s,noh split from Mapam lo form a "lit: movement." When Mr. Sneh moved further left, into the Com mumParty, Bier severed pofltical r< w ith him, and joined VI a | Beer had joined the Haganah, the Jewish defense force, when he arrived in Palestine in the late thirties. He became prominent in the training department of the Hagar.ah and lectured to Haganah leaders on methods of guerilla warfare, having posed as a graduate f*om the Austrian Military Academy InVienna and as a fighter in Ihe Loyalist Foreign Brigade in the Spanish Civil War—claims thai were proven false after his arrest last year. When (lencial Vigai 1 Yadin became Israel s I'hiei ci Staff. Beer 'was discharged from t h e Israel Army, shortly after the War of Liberation in 1948-16. However, he continued his contacts with defense and army circles. Later, made many trips to Europe, where among other military peo] le, he met many officers of NATO. 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    Friday. January 19, 1962 ^Jenisti fkrMi tr Page 11-A CJA Initial Gifts Dinner Due Feb. 11 Gratified at the 35 percent increase in contribution.chalkUl up by their Pacesetters. Greater Miami Combined Jewish Appeal leaders announced this week that their Initial Gifts dinner will be held Feb. 11 in Ihe Americana hold. CJA chairman Cal Kovens said the dinner meeting "will culminate the Initial ciitts phase of the New Horizons campaign."' Calling tor all-out support of community kadi;-. Kovens described Tables are turned as nationally-known artist and authority on snoil illumination, Michael Piuggi (righf. receives a citation from the trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for his services to the hospital and "communal activities on behalf of his fellow man." Piuggi's artistic scrolls have been presented to many world notables. Hospital Administrator Sanford K. Bronstein Ls seen with the artist in presentation ceremonies. Justice Douglas Due at Palm Beach i s, Supreme Court Justice Wii%  ai 0 Douglas will speak on *l at Home and Abroad'' it .. ten lthe reception to %  in hihonor by Mrs Henry It: on Sunday in her Palm Ve.xl. ome, 7S6 SlopeTrail. • minent jurist will arrive in Beach in lime for the afteri rent, and will remain in ach oi ernight, alter winch return I i Washington. The reception will be held on .'behalf of the Jewish Theological (Seminary of America, and will 'fee attended by nationally-known TScholars, leaders of business and iniluifry, and prominent Palm Beach residents. Ittleson's guests also will k .i klress b> Dr. Bernard M .nun. provost of the .semi %  a li o will talk on the role P' > the Seminary in dealing Light" radio and television presen*' i' ; Mcm f mans rela lotion.and with the institution's •on%  .h his fellow man." Dr. ,. ,. ,, ia. a um, a graduate ol the niver!,al Brotherhood Movement, •eiiiir.ary, habeen closely associ The Seminar;, ithe academic •t'n w.th the Seminary's "Eternal center of Conservative Judaism. JUSTICE DOUGLAS WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM the Feb. 11 meeting as "critical." "This will be a most crucial meeting," Kovens said. "We are confident that many thousands of our citizens will give more this year—and we are also sure that it helps to have the inspiration of all-out giving by the key men and women in our community." The Pacesetters meeting on Jan. 2. which raised nearly S4UO.0OO in pledges and chalked up the 35 percent increase, has "brought a remarkable resurgence of vitality into the campaign," he declared. "The Pace-etters set the pace, iiiid it's now up to the Initial Gifts meeting to follow through Kovens -aid. "If this idone. I have no doubt whatever tha; we'll reach those New Horuons that are the theme of our campaign this year." Kovens concluded Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Federation Announces New 55?**^** Executive Committee of 23 Continued from Page I-A questions with greater efficiency." said Harris "I am especiailj gratified." added Harris, "that not only is this new structure efficient and -tn.. n lined, but people who have accepted positions as officers, committee chairmen and committee members include seme of the most experienced and influential leaders ii the Jewish community — men and women who for yearhave been closely involved with major community problems "Their insight into these problems, their knowledge of Federation's many beneficiary agencies. iheir participation and leadership Donors Inscribed On Cedars Tree 1 Announcement was made thiweek by E, Albert Pallot. chairman nf Cedars of Lebanon development fund, disclosing the first donors in have their names affixed u> th( Cedars "Tree of Life" memorial. The nine fool bas relief can tng %  it the symbolic cedartree will carrj engraved silver plates oi donors' namegiving $500 or more to support the development pro. ram ol the hospital. First contributors named by Pallot were Lilly Hazel Chalin. Mr and MrJacob Feldman. Mr. and Mrs George Jackson, Robert Joselolf. Franklin B. I'ea-e. Mr. and Mrs Nathan Sokol. and Dr. A. Lester Stepner ArchitectIrvin Korach and Donald G. Smith, who designed Cedar.of Lebanon Hospital, will be conferring with hospital officials this week on how the huge panel i.to be installed, over ilw yean in the Combined Jewish Appeal, and then devotion to the well-being of this (immunity, have been proved by exemplar;, service." Coh/er Joins Shaw Tours Howard Cohler. longtime travel 'our executive, is now associated with Shaw Travel Service in Miami as travel consultant. New Yorli,N.Y.( Special)Forth* first time science has found a now healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all result* were so thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healingsubatanca (Bio-Dyne*) — discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available In niippository or oii'tnent forn% under the name Preparation H*. At all drug counters. There is only one WELCOME WAGON Senior Citizens Install Officers Senior Citizens of Dade Heights Jewi.-h Congregation will have installation of officers on Sunday at %  2 p.m. New officers are president. Isidore Werner; first vice president. Benjamin Altman; second vice president. Harry Diamond; treasurer, Mrs. Evelyn Diamond; recording secretary. 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    Page 12-A +Jmtst> ncridian Friday, January 19. 1361 Israel Reviewing German Relations JERUSALEM—(.ITAi—New diifc x> w.:i regard to Israel-Gentian Biaay. The new government policy lives for limited contacts by Is-> Cultural ami educational ties as outlined in the Knesset by Mm raelis with West Germany v. ere is The Knesset defeated — by e ister of Education Abba Eban. on >;ied here this week to a" Minis o'o of 37 IO 25 — a Herat motior. behalf of the entire Cabinet was tries following the approval by the ailing o.i the government to ceast worked out by a special :i\-memKnesset of a new government pol • ... ,v .. ; < u r,..ber i n t e r-Blinisteriel committee The directives, based on that policy include the following points: l No delegations, mission or groups Will he permitted to x< From Israel to Germany unless hese \i.-iis are sanctioned b> a special governmental committee 2. The>*S wi'l t-.e no German tSearrical or etSar artistic performances in Israel. A governmental committee will sift and recomme-d Israeli artists or other cultural groups that will be permitted to perform in West Germany if irvited by West German or sanitations. 3. Thi' government will provide no support to Israeli students below military age who wish to study m Germany bj withholding foreign currency for substance required by such students and bj refusing permission for their acceptance ol German scholarships Only smh post-graduate and research studies essential to the State of Israel \*ill be permitted • o Israelis plann ; ng lo stud} or . Israel is to participate in international events held : n Germany, while West Germany is to be permitted to take part ir. such events held in Israel 6. Visits to Israel bVGormans is to be limited to •approved cate geries," especially o youth, stu dents and young professionals. 7. A social --overnment committee is to be formed to cooperate with representatives of Israeli institutions of higher edcat:cn who will ss"d lecturer* and leading personalities in Israeli acadenvc life to West Germa-y to lecture and to provide information about Israel. In explaining the government's feeling that restrictions had to he imposed, Mr. Eban declared: "We are situated here between the pa-t a"c| the future We are not tree to ignore either. The very existence of any limitation shows thai at :-. hour the present is nearer past than to the future At the same time, he ; %  out that an absolute ban on i;,.' man contacts would have i> racist'" approach, ruling nut m' tact w'th Germans r.ot b • the Hitler era of those who-, ana Nazi attitude is a matter oi PALMER MEMORIALS Ir Lt. Dean Dahlenburg (leff. of the Miami Beach Fne Department, Dade blvd. Branch, 2300 Pine Tree dr., meets Louis Merwitzer (right 1 overall campaian chairman lor the new Hebrew Academy, and his youngest new neighbors, Hebrew Academy kindergarteners, in their visit to the Fire Department as part of their "community helpers" project. Accordina to Merwitzer, the new Hebrew Academy buildinn, now under construction on Pine Tree dr. and 24th St.. will be completed early in March and ready for occupancy in April. Children (left to right; are Jo Debra Shapiro, Maria Simon and Abra Shapiro. THE KB... US 1 SEE II Continued from Page 4-A patterns ol permissive upbringing, olfer their children a similar oppor • inity to decide whether they shall or shall not continue to receive .i general education? 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    Friday. January 19. 1962 •, If* i #; n^rarliimn Page 13-A 7, < 3, FROM THE TALMUD p. < b IU&T7eling jmnni ,. ., V i ii da riot • Rabhah, II. 17. • ngs ... %  •'•: m the least avail peace u included among II ,90 deal l[iiid/.\ i,:, i i %  11 • %  .. you may .. i ami %  • : .'" •" % %  : • %  rill m %  ; ber 'Hi rutrew ^.oiiifraudon p 1 ? ? -7 n ; 5 ri 3n $, d has passed, be%  ful. a n ii refuse to edg< i:,, ir dependence up%  ii. Whai :II thai mal us ungrateful and accounts tor our inabihtj to ; ithankful tor all we OSS< The great obstruction in the path of cur gratitude is the [act Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. J| AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. RiBoi Isaac Ever. %  '' I'IJIV |.m. Saturday t> 'I'll. I.oi Joiirne; tovkar.lt • % % %  i i ; •-•. I... it • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd a/e Con. bervative. Hab-n Norman N. 6naL.'rc, *oter .v. iiam w. i_ pwn. lay x-r ..... %  • %  • %  .-,... %  \! ... Mis .'.,. k :FT' n .--•,-.. 'ave. Ortl R.-.r.-t Sc low SchVf. GEMS OF WISDOM • '. : -:• iv:' r H EMETH. ervati .e. -.1 | %  .,' %  Ill • v %  |.i,l. }< %  il.n in Hfistf r-'sip nirr rUit*a n-nn nwn Das?n I.??*? f'Slj? "Tin) *7D : T : %  T '7/irr DZJS. .V|T$?a or? inn rrn n^tf rrixa ^tfaatf en ty IOC. /-nrr tana?? s 1 ? D'v'vyan "?$i tqh tos-tf ,-nrn D3tfn DJ Kin %  •? nixxin nx iaxua T T V : : jnm ^a nx isa .px"? aate*? ^oajn nx npai *x n^yritf na nnin'n vr D*xsa] Di'3 .nsnx >ai ap D*ac^aa f p .spai D'^BnT 1 nin Tin 1 • %  T : : .nnya DJ laBrrin liBO-n f 'sip nsrr^ f x 'fe rx nn-arn D^ HSHD^ T f T T : T V nV-n by D*aaoan s y RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX .. %  T : • "t\n '&> .np-nn jnvrn BA6BJ £UGfN£ tABOVITZ ... too much envy BETH ISRAEL. 400C Prairie JV ( Orthodox. R.iooi H. Louis Rcttm.in. a — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Ma.ince Mamches. that many ,t us lack a sense of humility. One cannot be grateful unless • u w ii^Mn, '•,'..."•' one is humble. Pharaoh of old and his modern counterparts have been l; Mluvah \'iman, •• %  %, of Mi und incapable of that emotion because of a too lofty estimate ot themselves M '~ w,,lla,n i: "^[^ and their attainm"nts BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. We are too much possessed by the emotion of envy. We are inclined mSSK' U *S!Sff?'. r "' atnt to measure our deserts by the possessions of our neighbors The lact • that our friends, whom we deem our inferiors, are materially better oil E than we, is sufficient to dampen our spirits. And because we are not ,hcu :'• Ii rhr '.dull %  1 CCl 1 %  • p IS df! 10 %  HI A.I • -. %  %  %  %  hi M Ml IIA %  %  1 M llll 1 1M :• .. I II• mur UK M:I A k f I • %  lends had a trei thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. him and when 1 • .en 1 he was it TAl Ml I ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish. humble toward our neighbors, we usually underestimate their abilities I* !" J 0 > n R I t r H vat lw V h SuV,'^ L.T I rM^^-STSKS IT, and thus arouse new envy in our hearts. ^, C 7SB,^" Ktak i lil'na -nd .• opi • Saturdaj l 1 We are overwhelmed with pride when we point to the scientific dis, b 'T' so ,„.i 10 p m covenes of man. We sloat over Ihe fact that we have conquered the • M.-U., .•.,„„. r..'.,,, :.,. 1.. nature of the ear;h and next we will conquer the nature on the moon, M!, 1 !"'.'^ "M ZV !" .^ ,' '''' %  "', %  "' Man enjoys these blessings not because he overpowered natural forces. St.Inl* liA"wn Marty, son" V,f Mr. but because he learned to take advantage of them. When we Observe : "' Mr """' ,Jln bur our new scientific blessings, we should exclaim with the psalmist: -Let CORAL WAY JEVISH CENTER. them give thanks unto the Lord for His mercy and His wonderful works 875S sw 16,h • Mi mi R"bb. Sam. !0 the children of men'" uel A P r ''Cantor Gershon Levin. I 1-1 l,l.l> ...:<• all,I VII' (..in, .-%  '. It behooves us to rt member that one of the greatest stigmas that' ,"',', Sln -" s ".;:' • "••" can attach to a person is that he allows himself to be called an inyrate. | BvlJ'h SanSdaj %  >".',',-. "Si'm-h? No other attitude is relig'ouslv and socially more worthy of condemnal; Mluvah w.,ii.,.,. -..,. of Mr tion. because it destroys the true approach of the heart to Cod and to _._ ., til llai Mltavah %  .1, : M r* Lean 11. 11., 1 r.: Dl!*K) Richard Brodakj joj Brodak) and TEWPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry B. Wernick. Krlda) S;3u p.m. Sattmlav 9:30 .• in s, i in.'.n : "Al> >t. rj Melod) — • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler. man. ,l TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bernstein. KVIda) • 13 p.m Kvvlew ol "Th< Jewuii ,"..i. 'i !-, the Soviet L'nlon," by II /. Ilnlllh. %  Dn~r xsian oi-aar nn • 1 T TT ; %  ; jfixn ]a "hp xryara xin tf\z-2 .rirxn n*a pnn nnx ^ss DnD ,nnaix rnnx •jin 1 ? isnni? ,ia"na D""iiiT ifiipnn -jc?aa .D-nnioa wft on-x isa ni^an *?$ nanxn i • ": T i v \~ T ,0"nin D-niT DI;D na br^x na^tf ,min ^ir '•' T •• : M j7a nnini anaac? nnin 1HANSIATI0N Th Jtwa of Cochin Tht Jews of Cochin in India are, the most remote Jewish tribe. The | &f hole of Cochin Jewry, with exception of a few families, are to I iound today in Israel. This Jew*h Tibe. which for centuries was •HT removed from a Jewish center. %  eserved its tradition and yearn.'* for Zion. H is. too. the only Woe which itself defrayed the costs „f i !s emigration to Israel. %  Old all its property, and handed the money to the Jewish Agency for j e purpose of transporting them j • Israel. Today there are Cochin *vyin settlements in the Negev i Jerusalem corridor, and some 1 them have settled, too. in the dtie-. t T; Jews of Cochin have no exnet history of their past. A fire Why is it required to take three steps backward and then return three steps forward after concluding the main body of prayer three times a day—the Eighteen Benedictions known as the Shomnah Esreh? The basic requirement is said to be of ancient origin ,i> quoted from I ;, Tannaitic source in the Talmud | lYoma 53b i. The commentaries j offer various reasons for ihts prac1 lice. Basically, it is regarded as a sign of taking proper leave of one's Master The Almighty) in stood away from Mount Sinai at whose presence one should regard the occasion of the Revelation. It himself during the course of is also claimed that these three prayer. Such was indeed the methsteps represent the three layers OADE HE.CHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. v p.n %  ii. .'In-•• Mi nth s, r\ I.-. Sermon Sal lialh n > •'"Satnrdai :: • Si in,n .. : ol il,. Wi • k." • — PIAGLFP GRANADA. 50 NW 51st • pi. Ccnservative. Rabbi Ger.-.ld TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Lrrer. Cantor Grorge Goldberg. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram, '. Q .;...-: owita Cantor Edward Klein. -i„. %  eph ln HI • %  Sal ay 9 a.m. Si \i. •: -. %  i ... %  ., non i'!i. INi ilon ol Ihi I..i Ifctr Miuvuh: Howard %  of M > TEMPLE JUDE-. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet. % %  ..%  -. %  II M w.l. h, % %  %  .•• %  ':. HI>itoiy." K I .1 -'• I T'IH p„_t;. prepared :.i Sptrifudl / %  .. 1 real Miami Ral il Assn. h M Bl MAX a 1 IPSCHIT2 Cool ::..itor Contributor: RABBI sol 0XION Si HIPP Gems of Wisdom lEBREW ACADEMY. 9 8 6th st. Or II,OOOK. Rahbi Aiexanaer Gross. a — HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. '.801 Johnson st. Conse-vative. R?bbDavid Shapiro. Cantor Yehi-dah Heilbrann. — a — SRAELITE CENTER. 3'75 SW 2ftth tr. Conservative. Rait Morten Malavsky. Cantor Lous Cchen %  i '' % %  %  I. c • II %  i H i and M Mn I • Mi II onor of Hi. Aeddtnft nnl, > -.ii: v\..hl e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern T>-aditioral. Ra^tEuner.e Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg l' Id s fi p.m s,-muti Rxodua i:. •. ~ '. s il .'., v 15 .m \\ ,, U r • TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 1200 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Btnnt. M. Wallach. %  • • %  Sermon 'Hati and Si f-Hati KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Ei;clid ave. Orthodo. Rabbi D. .id Lehiie'd Cai>tor Abraham Seif. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Cantor Albert Glantz. I-11 \ • %  • %  i. in S ii "Bom Irea a ol ii..ii.-i tinea >li.il,l<.tt boat: SiaMIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATON. %  rh I. S turriaj • .i m Sermon: 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can. 'Short.-llts In Ul"i tor Fr-d Bernsttin. — • — Krtda} -.:•. |. m Sati.Tda) a.i TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi od of taking leave of kings in anof mysterious darkness through MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. MoCem Lee Helm. cient times: Some claim .hat this which Moses had to penetrate in Trad.tiona,. ^_ ;„•;;!; •. :•-• %  ,,^:"., M "::is done because the prayers are older to approach the Almighty at S OUTHWEST CENTER. 6*3f. sw 8th Ulpa." one Shabbai host a: Mr, and a substitute lor the daily sacrifiSinai (Choshech, Anan. Arafel). ^ lein :on rva, "' e Rabb M *" rl M eadl^nnfver 8 aryV^Srd.y f 8 a-m! Since one oilers a silent meditaFrlrlav ces and the pries!s who oflered ., ., ,. aniee iKie oners a silent meuiia1 vinatn" ,„ir,i.,, ., ... „, he sacrifice, would re.rea over ^ ^ ne rebul](ll of he )em Mu -""•> .-_" three stepping stones lrom the al. ... ;„„,..,„.„ it ls clailtied TEMPLE ADATH YFSHURUN. 1025 lar after the sacrifice was offered \ junc.urt, 11 u ciaimta NE 83rd st Ml ,, m Gardens rd. tar. alter me sacmice was onerea. ) hat Jhe lnree iWps afe uka) bt RaW)j ^ 2uckrr Cantor Abra Others claim that the three steps cause Nebuchadnezzer. King of h,m ";' %  "• .... r i_ 1 .._ i-riini R:3fl p.m. Sermoi "Tin 1ra represent the three measures of Babylon, once took three quick! Blow tor Kvi-edom. Saturdaj distance at which the Israelites steps to the Lord's bidding and this s """" 1 "Slnalna "• Hins to Qud." made him worthy enough to be able P" s,, hi wf** to destroy the Temple. We thus TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall which broke out there destroyed all take three steps out of respect to | fob.*' siumg.rd. "SKSr CMrtS the documents of the ancient Jewthe Almighty hoping to prove Kodner. ish community. According to the worthy of rebuilding the temple. |J ''': %  > s %  '•'' '"" %  % %  < <> %  "Volunteera tradition they possess, their origin, '^r'^^r^KT't' is to be traced to Jews who were Some trace the concept to a Bibliu, s Norman Ang< 1 exiled from the Homeland after'• Pa-sage in Ezekiel (17) which the destruction of the First TernAscribes the angels standing with pie. Another tradition has it that properly placed feet in the presthey are descendants of Jews from >? of the Almighty. Yemen who reached India as mer, chants. During the long period of exile. Isolated Jews who were religious scholars visited them occasionally, and taught them the Bible and Talmud. t Published by Brit Ivnt Olamit) 1: u higfi umc t/tat the lews be .:., 1 %  ,.< J •:. : rights .: % % % %  : Ilbl I bin right d •!. %  : H..-I ruble, Jiuini/iaiitiL: pnt'i/eges plete elevating citist n : ip. ZL'NZ. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. mi, .11. Week!) Portion a TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. triilay v;:n p.m. Sermon: "The An• 'in Tn • Saturday 9:30 ;, m. Bar Mluvah: Jeffrey, son .,( Mr. and Sirs. Morton \i GoodfHend, a — YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dili* hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu. h'rt.ii.\ s % %  '. p.m. Sermon: "Why Antls, mltlam '" — • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 It. Orthodo Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Fill ay S:S0 p.m. Saturdav 9 a.m. s, 1mon: TI,. Sal'bath of Sonj,-." TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland Hall. 11539 So. Dinie hwy. Reconstri-ctionist. R a t 1 1 Morris Skcp. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 17C5 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. • 10 0 Hi Bl : % %  %  \tin 1 "it ll< .: sal ie ii.,\ '.1 .. m. a 1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaee 1 ZANDUUGH7ING TIME j 14 Shebcrt —5:39 p.m. $ j



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    Page 14-A +Jenist> ncrkHan Friday, January 19, 1962 <• A Capital View By HAROLD EIDUN A Job of Good Craftsmanship in Contrast of Cultures THE HITTITE. By Noel B. Gtrson. 259 pp. Nw York: DoublotUy. $3.95 R ADIO AND TELEVISION script writer and newspaperman Noel B. Gerson says. "1 believe strongly in history being presented accurately in historical novels." He ha.written fourteen oi them, and it is obvious that he ha* lorn; ago passed by those nets of technique and structure which trap most writers in this genre. His characters are full-bodied and his plot moves by its own impetus: it does not keep returning in worried spurts to every incident of recorded history ol the time, as though to prove the reality of the fiction (which is trap number one). Where there are crowd and pagar. temple scenes — those darlings of writers of historical fiction, who must writhe at the thought of a single researched tidbit left to lie unused (trap number two) — they are there as part of the action, and nicely restrained. UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Bothersome Query About an Undersecretary United Nations A STRANGE development took ^ place I he q uiel N i %  Y e a i l j %  Seci etar> <;, -., ral, final j can i up with ;• solution" to lh< • gam< that had bet n pia i d for weeks • i organize the rhelons f I i Si retariat. The Ki: %  n their "troika" di n i ant was agrei porat Dag Hamma skj< v ithoul \o\< : to a three-ply • N leadership in which thi Soviet I'nion would have had the • sians demand) i i represet taticn at ndersecretaries Various lormulas had been advanced, involving pointment fivi six or seven Undersecretaries I' Thant finally came up with his own formula. He named a • ital of eight lop assistai :\mong tin eight. ,ian additional Communist, Jiri Nosek. D*put> Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Going to the Root THERE ARE many problems the world. ( the old war. but 1 like ti thi Dot of thin:What could b m ire han thi radisl The word adish corn* i" om i ra lix. leaning root 'l radishs, the white radish, and Ihi ri is horseradish Also related to them, i r aunts. an I and water en -all belonging to n as the cruciferous or brassicaceous famil) a> the) are known botanically. In Jewish life, horseradish has achieved a verj respected niche Years ago, and even today, it was common on entering a Jewish home to see the Jewish mother preparing for the Sabbath, weeping. You said to yourself: What about Oneg Shabbath? The Sabbath is supposed to be a delight. In the synagogue, you wvlcome the Sabbath singing. "Lecha Dodi tl'ome nay bride). Why should mama weep' Ah. >ou begin to understand why mother is weepin;. She remembers the destruction ol Jerusalem. "Mama." you say. "after all. that happened 2.000 years ago." "Go away." she says, "can't you see 1 am making •chrain'" She is preparing the horseradish for the gefilte fish and that has brought tears to her eyeOn Passover, also, the horseradish has a very special place It is the bitter herbs, symbolizing Egyptian bondage in the Seder ceremonial. Nowadays, most of us just delicately dip in the bitter herbs but our fathers were wont to take big chunks of this bitter stuff, large enough to make a golf ball and devour it with relish I cannot believe that Egyptian bondage was as appetizing, although, as we know slavery too has its charms to •ome and the Torah tells us that there were not absent tl who wished to return to Egypt. But it man himself is sometimes inexplicable in his behavior, the radish iexi mplarj The Talmud tells us thai man should he humblt but also that he shoui i hi sert himself It was Rabbi Bunam. I believe, who said th;it ,i person should r^cfcft ttie adffgi "The world is made me and in the other jxicki'. 1 am but as the dUSJ Oi tht ( $1 The radish grows close to the around. II humble but al i Mini time it always ets :-i!f heard I was reading a storj. about radishes related by Martin Buber about the Kabbi Ze\ Wolfe Every Sabbath, the disciples would gather around the table of 1hisarc t" listen to his word! of Torah. Anybody and everybody was welcome to come and sit down around the table. Foreign Minister ol Czecl vakia And Mr Thant i into ih< "club" one Arab representative, marl tl I Egypt nediatt lj [here were man} eslions w n tcan Is L %  • %  men! Soviet surEgypt's iicti tor fiat '• Nas : t the Soviet Ui : pt I.outfi as a: i | < been at %  e phtot .'•..-, r all, l'a ro and Musi o %  side [enci in manj politic, l and inti rnatii a al airs ding Middle Ea policy. • estioi lei in ctl) nto thi i oncoming Lout I as a -•• an (or the man "ho presumi to sp< al I r th< Arab bloc. Mr Nasser himsi Loutfi is very well known h ri \ bald smiling, cherubic man. he is b> this timi the permanent fixtures among the limi i \ d< l< nations, n the lerm affa! i when applied to Loutfi, it is nol Intended as cntirelj iplimentar) The man knows how to appear pleasant But appearances here an ol no im| whatever. Lout I i is simply smarter Ih %  her leading Arab representatives here lie is wise enough to leave the loud bat a windbag like Ahmad Shukairy, ol Saudi Vra Hi is clever enough to sit back, smiling, while vicious ant Israel speeches an shouted l> Iraq's Dr. Idna Pachachi. When it comes time lo | neii le i di bat Irab refugei prob! .outti > interventioli I vhen cornpan d ith Shukair> i r Pa hahi s. Hi ei agi in throwing insults at Mi Golds Meir or Michael Coma) lit talks quietly, to the point But point II is simple: war a sain -t I • .ai accepted fact and Israel must be destroyi How could 1 Thant name to Intop team a man wlv.se countrv insists on war as a I a membet State? How could the UN have among its top Undersecretaries a man repn t ruing a country that openly rejects peace offers and off rs of .i non-aggression pact with another member state? Those are among the questions being asked, among the mysteries being probed now. in the wake of the Loutfi appointment Was I" Thant aware of all the implications surrounding his selection of Loutfi? One is certain that U Thant. the man who has :o often praised Israel as a state and Israels people as a shining example to the world's democracy, could not have overlooked all the implications in his choice of Loutfi. It is rare in international affairs, as in any other sphere, that the loser gets the reward. Yet that is what Nasser got here now with the selection of Loutfi. There is one final question that must he asked: Is the Loutfi choice more of a booby-prize than a boon for Nasser 0 Time may provide the answers to some of these questions. Set in the time of Joshua, the book is about Marduk. handsome young commander in the army of the Hittltes, who were a highly civilized people in Asia Minor during the second millennium B.C.B. David had HittitC warriors, and both Esau and Solomon took Hittitc wives. Marduk"i misfortunes include his wife, the beautiiul (of coursei. evil (why not) Arinna. and Zia. the b. and e. wife of someone else, with whom Marduk is tricked into hawng an indiscretion il think that's what one calls it). But the novel moves into higher gear when Marduk makes hi* way to the llaluin (Hebrew) lands. He goei for help from the revered Joshua in uncovering a plot against His own kingdom, and he stays long enough to fall in love with Leah mi,painted, sweet, wholesome, smart a nice Jewish girl), to become interested in the Hebn l God, to save the battle, to have to renounce Leah tn bi restored to favor and. in a kingly stroke, lo find al emotional problems solved In sp'te of the cliches ol character and facile nouement, thi book iwell-done, detailed without t< I colorful tl audiness. It i~ a job ol good craftsi Ihe contrast of cultures, for itlypi If n is j our meat, this is atabli Oft th* Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK About Jewish Giving o iNE OF THE Inc .ii i ish life • <->l.i > • the disparity between Jewish affiliation with and Jev ish givii ~ to -i na jogues Tlw post A. ir trekking lo -\ a ogue has diminished bul pei ci pttblj cnoug h ndii at< reversal ol Ihe trend. Yet gh ini for religious causes I .is diminishwhere the religious institutions are be f( i thi lag \ most reei lit ea.-e in | ini reek's warning b> a leading spokesman for the ( ii i Campaign lor American Reform Ju daisnt that il sufficient funds were nol forthcoming FOOI cbrev Union College-Jewl :-. ing to religious institutions I • Ii !. percentage ol giving to religious nstitul against 67 b Luthci am 65S '•> al %  • 63 bj Episi opalians thi explanation for this dtvelopmei %  .i diminution in religious concern or a mcuntirg of interesl in human areas that .ire pen pherai to but not necessaril) a part ol the religious • pern %  • It could be surmised in fact it has — that "most Jews in the tinted States place then sens< of obligation to their less privileged brethren even higher than to their religious institutions" It so there has been a radical transformation not in Jewish values bul in the assessment of values and their priorities This writer would give highest priority to Torah. but he must admit he would h< lacking in retort to the -ynical contention that thre is little relationship between modern religious sanctums and the sanctity that is Torah. If there has been a depletion in Jewish giving to houses of worship, the synagogues themselves are to blame, for they have too often neglected their vineyards for orchardmeant for other climates. Between You and Hie: BORIS SMOLAR Some Sure Signs of 'Heralding a Springtime' T HE AMERICAN JEWISH Committee is now opening an oflice in Israel with a view to presenting to the people ol Israel its interpretation of American Jew* i.h life It is also considering the idea ol opening an office in Rome, in view of lh( strong pro-Jewish sentiments expn tsed by Tope John XXIII on various] talons Catholic leaders in the I'm led states are repeatedly stressing the fact that the prorents h\ the Pope were not spontaneous ;< lures but represent his deep personal attitude. They gee >n it a reminder th;-t a true Christian cannot be an antiSemite," and 'hey dc not hesitate to say -o in their official publications. America one of the leading Catholic weeklies in this country, cmt out with an editorial stressing the Pope s statements, awell as the fact that Drs John Slawson. executive vice president of the American Jewish Committee, participated in the recent meeting of the National Catholic Conference for Inter-racial Justice. These ard other lar Instances are interpreted by the Catholic OTgai "heralding .> springtime" in Jewish-Christian relations Then c.x of course, still conflicts of opinion between Christians ard Jew in this country which contribute M di\ isivi ness, Jewish positions on matters such .iFederal aid %  education, church-state separation, and birth control are ppo ed to Catholic positions, sometimes to Protestant and .it times to both. Yet. during the pa*' year a number ol problems long disturbing to Chrl Jewish relations have been given a healthy public aiflMThe willingness by some Catholic and Protestant leader> to examine their religious textbooks with a view to eWJ* nati ci rtftifl writlngr offensive to Jews is one case in pi'" 11 Anoth'T is the blunt sermon by the Dean of the EptS** pa! ( athedraj of St Paul in Boston, the Very Reverend Charles H. Bncftr, Jr who told his congregation that "f# basic document of anti-Semitism in the Western world B the New Testament and urged the Church to do something about it.



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    I Friday. January 19, 1962 *\Met*isth Flfrnrlviir Paqe 15-A LEGAL NOTICE %  :E L NDFR 3wO NAME LAW J X ; | x I %  v S U.ON HI • %  i I 'i H 111 t in D; • SA1 r<>N •< .-• 111,.,. I I Z TiT,:5 NAME LAW X thai iii .. I Until .\ %  X al T!T Klftl r> '' he Clerk I 'u ti ISA* •' >Nc xi:/. ,IST %  K %  ,•i Beai li %  %  • IN TM£ C'fi'-T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH J^, OICIAL .CIRCUIT. iN *".D "OR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA N CHANCERY No. 61C 13754 : %  HI I i. nssEM, x i... %  M i-tn. • i. en wn, aia t %  inmvr to I he compla I I \ i| ihox'i • %  ... %  • Hfi mi u 1 %  x %  %  %  %  ; '' mari AH II i ... I '.I'. I 1 • I IC.MAN %  %  %  I i -. : X .1 \N. :. i • "There's a lady out here, Rabbi, who's looking for an opening as a Rebbifzen." Cft. I Ml, Oor* • I '• I: I.EATHKRM W • • .. Px: K M I.YMAN, i MARTIN v • • iln' •• Ith Kl"..r Da.le I II i ... .i, ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jmii§t fh rSdliQir> solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and cruarantexV. accurate servlce""crt legal rates Dial VIX 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LA %  Nl .' %  lilVKN the '•.-• %  %  ri %  i • li • il -.;I H i\ \\ x K I'T .• •-'-' S '.' %  ."-II \ -. %  .Mi 111 | %  %  : • -r • i III. i'iih i cult I'oHI'l ML CHARLES l>l xx x.N > KIN!! IIARI 'I.l : Atinrn*') %  • v intfl I '-21 -. xx IMOT.CE UNDER FICTiTiOLS NAME LAW I \ N • • — h III ri— mil IAN IN x %  \ VI. .1 ; Si > 1 .1 i'!h i • • %  v.:.v VKJI -. %  %  ,N THE CIRCUKT .OURI Or i.-ia '.TH Jt"3 CiAL CIRCU'T OF FLORDIN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 51 : '3-96 : • • ft HANK • \ %  : I %  • he : in il I New I iWAiii) H VMMERSLEY, :• %  NOT'CE OF SUIT i .'KRM.EY '• %  .. n) h .im.i %  ••. \i %  i i t-i i: i • that (hi ..in-\ xAVINUS I! INK. in i iuri. to %  •>.. .. -. [Ill l •• I illow %  %  xU i ." :i'i\ii i|i| >i|-|. iN Ri tiling • %  ihe led in Plat %  %  • ace :. Mieet I. ••( tli* pul %  rdk o I i %  • 'ounl), Kin* i .. i • t %  .i .1 til III.) .. ir : II li tha i' -r k ,.l the i' :.:>. plorid i • • -• %  In Mi mi, ll.rr ,1.1. ,.ii ••.J. .in.l tO '%  %  w : %  II r r 'ii...i I >\\ it %  i \ ^MAN .inmi ittol nr .. %  li iili I tool ,i i 12, Klor: %  •[.! .. 1 date, Hi %  Uvm il K.oi i. In 11 \ %  • -iiit u ill lie • • '1 b • .Il.l :i I %  I Y • A .1 ag&ii A1 %  %  (led in the i Ij tin. .' .1 i ..1 !>.-.•.• B I HKR.M IN | • lit Cow: i I • •' i %  • l-l T ila H i • I, XN\V A D#pj| "lerk '• .N I-' i : %  l S! %  Florida %  %  I "t U rtttl r COURT OF THE -•VENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY \ CHANCERY. ".i 0: C 9828 :KT sa -. \NI. i... vs • .IR and wile, ..nJ %  \i v NOT.CE OF SUIT 'Al. .Ill : %  -i-I *\ \ | %  %  i their unkiiou-ii %  %  %  .iii%  *' % %  : -. il.-ll.. i in.'.. uin nu :: o IKI indei i>r lualnvi • %  to have an} %  i-.-l in ill,. eert) la .i herein i.. Hence I '-.. n.,wn %  I %  -> a notlrlvd Hint th%  • : I ,: ad i -..ii ti:i N LK-.-H in WMttal >.. in the t'lreuil l the Judicial Circuit of Pfei in • nd far D Me ronnty t.. fore. %  r i • upon Hi., followlns • real ii opei i* ;,. Rj II I II'.ST ADDITION ."' '•MtT!.': i It, .VI: ...arrtln* to %  thereof, recorded in I'lm • it l'S ,.f the tlil.ll,••1 li nl • "ounty, Pi,,rl.la %  — I -i-1 IO file Mill. III • mplalm itii the '•"' %  I %  lid 1'i.llrt. .in.l •' ro pi ti %  %  upon plaintiff. %  M TNK, I'Ui I-1..1 %  %  Boil linn, Miami %  Ihi I da} "i. .i Decree l*i red %  % %  11 VNWAI : INK Ill III IN THE C RCU'T COtRT OF THI ELEVFNTJ'.O'CU.C'RCLITOF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OAOE COUNT* N CHANCERY. No 62C 196 r ,II \ %  t RZ A lleli NOTICE BV PU3L CATION TO ABKL. I \i'/.\ v ,.i. i • ^•' 'I' ARK i %  '.' 'i i'.i > to file Viwwcr t.> I lit I limn %  MI \ i • I i: \ l A RZ A w 111 11 • :%  irniah I %  KARL II 11 IV\ / %  N u I ith Ai en %  Ml ami. I* • i % %  • : .n'j • %  will b ...,i .... HKR.VIAN I KM YMA N Deput> Cl I IS N THE COUNTY JUOGC8 %  ""•"RT INANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. W55-B %  .• %  I't/PAR >N8S 'N • NOT.CI TO CREDITORS To All .' i • %  I A i a %  v I ..-.it... > .. n .t.fl-1 in I re%  • %  ,: ,• .1 .1h • > have • • •' %  %  :. • l.r'AI! ION >•• • ,-• i~. .i %  i li .: I i I %  '• %  • %  %  • | A H I i .%  pjiaUc.itiiH -> .I %  : MilK !"• N W Kl N ISKIUJ! %  .%  •. %  I .v .1 Attorn< %  •I i IN THE C.RCU T COUT OF THE ELEVENTH __OCIALCIRCLTCF FL^R O 'N asn COR nii£ COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. SIC • J.ii-' ..Kenoei v % %  ,\\ %  •• %  %  • % % %  v N • \', • -• itttl to do isil • St Jle 1 %  R \\ KNDKI I-Mll.l.li-%  I lefeil '., NO'' CE OF SUIT T.i rERRI I'HII.L i N .'. I • N.. th Mia I, Florida Y"T AI:I %  • Vi'i'll %  I -'. net y m b) Mll.w HOMTUAOK I'tUI AN Y In the 'b ii enl Itled I'ourti %  %  foreci %  .! %  [&S< ring th follnwJai ,-'load property i ,. -I : %  DNIl \l'. 'ITION rii SIKRKA MiRADA, accorditm to the plal %  %  • i rd.-l 'ii Pial Book ui .• iwfc II, "• tha public rts % %  I I Ida '' >iintv Kl %  • i anJ you .:" %  • eq Ired to lile youi -er wlih the Clerk ..i the Circuit Court of I>ade Coanty, Florida, it tha Courthouae in Miami, Plorlda, .11 or beiore Jan-^rN ... '.%  %  al 1 to aerve a COP) < %  %  ~.:-• upon DAVID !• IATSMAN. I'lim'ifiattorney. Whosa a.idresla lltli H :'t 1"1 Kaat l-lanl^r Street, Miami 15, F1 >r1 said date, as n ed b\ Hil,.w • Florida It you rail implaint HI be .. ken ,, nu ••>-. I b> you and a Dei Pro ... 1 K El l.KA 'HI RMAN %  I %  I'lltl LN'WAI %  %  i 1 .N THE UN TED STAfES D'STRiCT -. -. C/BUS SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF l.vfl U. IAIMI OV'S'ON NJ -J )-:V.CIV-EC I.-I IY::H.I •. > • \AI %  M %  -%  • %  %  •., %  > •.-•1 i % %  \ %  1 1 :' • |el \ h '\ t\£ 't irii.. : %  ll ell .1 ff \ : 1 \ST A N1 > %  TIII: %  N • %  %  %  %  %  XM ;: %  I. A .,11 I IH %  : % %  Vt SE NOTICE OF SPECIAL WASTER S SALE N -• 1 -here %  %  %  'p. int to that oert.ili 1 il 1 idsmei 1 \. i : .. ri mad. ... |.... % % %  ••, da %  .. %  %  •' Honor-'hi. %  ;..-• 1 %  i%  I'nli-d s-.ii-I' ..... ..;,...,-., %  •-.-, %  -..I : 11. :• ''--.• •. %  %  1 1 %  nunibei : --M •"''.' -: 1' • %  %  • % %  1 •.• %  -• x' N\ N x ; \i. %  • •• x. || x -. %  x % %  iN Cr.lta I S' • I x| VRION ,-, ,Vp x'::: %  x ind R' 'RKRT ,x WISE tendanl I.-H...I .%  .. : ,! N1 ,minted % % % %  %  1 .1 %  • %  .. iffer for Kali 1 nill KI'II In t>i it th. South Door tl I • 1 !• %  '"Uli. -, 1 %  :-•!(,. In th. 'Il 1 Miai Si 11 if Florida at 11:00 A.M.. I ill ; ,.• I ;-. If .• > • .--,• %  T : ; Ht'MKS SECTION TWO, ... -li R • •' j, • % %  nled Ir 1; .. •, % % %  it p • %  nl %  ;.••...1 I '.il1 "irtinl -. .. %  %  ,.• %  1 nd II T r .. ...--n '" h*r ,: I I %  I fIXtUI all a* more 1 fori p i In ... ... ..i 1 ,,, ... ., ... %  ,„,.. ... 1 -1, ibo\ •• described Couri vi • %  •. iR i ix INK -• ....,: xi ,-• %  • %  12 .'•. 5-12-19 IN -•-.= "1n\Tv J"OG c c '"'"> RT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54710C • %  • %  : NOT CE TO CRED T ORS x %  %  1 •• 1*. \ %  Said %  Y,i ,11 IAN ,-a> 1 %  I ide Com I in thi iun • .' idnesi of I' ... irovldi -...,. ; %  ; %  iti 1 their olficea in t! 1' %  • • 1 irthouai In L'ude Coun tj, l-: rid .. thin %  .. • 1 1 11 11 tl %  %  I %  : ,. • x. : 1 •. 1 • M ami. I" .; 1 lay ol her. A.D 1'< I.Ki: N IIIIRKR MAl'Rh'K H U' >R Aa Exec • %  \i .-\ x %  r... 1 IT !.: .:•. Road : 11 %  %  %  1 • IN THF C RCU'T COURT OF TH = ELEVENTH JJDIC'AL CIRCU'^ OF FLOR'O*. 'N AND FOR CAOE COUNTv NC'-'XNCERY. No. 61C 12509 ':' S.x VINOS AX!' 1 x v x ~ -. 1N OK ST PETERS I" %  •• HARRISON W'l • : x \! % %  !: VII x\l I \M AM, hi* wife. 1 I ... -i N^T CE OF SU'T T. H x PR'* v "'" iHMi!R.H\JI IA1IA.M '1 %  1 • I .... legatee*, printee*. leaian lenora. ui nil ti 11 hnxina: or i*lu Imins t>. hax • mix ntereat I" the .pert) described I ein — RJ2SIIIKNCK I'NK Nl 'XX N Y,ei ari 1 'eb> notified that thii'inx %  ptl i action hna been In-1 tuted .••-: 1 '-' you in the Circuit • •.. ..• the I li il I'"'.''Ill of FlorI Ida in .mi for I >:. 1Count) to f.ir..,],,-.. 1 mortga-lnp upon Die followlns deacribed erl Lot II %  Bl I-'' %  of ASCOT PARK :i t to the Plal thereof, re. corded 1 Plal Rook %  ': :( i Pace '• %  • of the Public Records of bade Count) 1' '1 v • r r • %  file j mir on. \x er to pi nl >n nl ilnt Ith the I'lerk %  i 1 *' • 1 :i 1 serve 1 unon :>' ill ut. me) M VRTIN 11NK. ,14th I I.,.' i Bull linn, Miami ... ir> 2 1 I • •. ill ;., %  I I.... I i: X s • KSS .'I %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA INPR03ATE. No. 54783-3 !V S ADl 1 %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS lltort. and A -•• Hax1 lemanda X % %  Sa I Eat Hi You ire hi reb.x not fied an 1 ile. ma; 1 the -tat. >f DKItY SA % i.le Cminl Plorlda I %  :_ file th -.. %  In thi •It<. il tun %  1 1 from • ii %  date 1.1 the 1 :-i publ 1 hei u ime wl .LK1 'N KAPLAN Executor .1 tha 1..--. ite ol i >eb) ,i 1 : '. W MYERS. HI V \N .x. x Xil.A.N B) %  Allei Attorne) II "• %  S.W %  %  -' ". %  ; rid Me 2fl IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DAD= COL N T Y FLORDA IN ROBATE No 49713-C IN RE %  %  REDINAI.'i E : ; '. x%  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO VAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION ANO F NAL DISCHARGE N'. 1TI1 "' %  ; hereby lx 1 thai i Ki I tltion I mtloi -iii Inal Dia'..-. %  i: DllllllO', .. thai .... he 12th da) ipp'j %  thi 11 >noi able I '.-hjutv I.:. il I '.I d. 1 .. 1 • Ida, I'-. % %  -..id l-'inii! Report ml f,i thi d'etrlbul >i and I Inal die%  : %  I of the 1 --...:. -i ... I de, i.-oTl 1,11,1. XX II.I.I.XN1 SIMS OU.I.M" >R DAVID S'PK V. i:il....xi, ,-. II XI:I:X•/' KI:I:NI.-K x • .nej for Executors 12 1. in Roo 1 Ml .! %  lea. Kl 1 I 1 I;-I •-•: % %  ..: %  %  IN THE CRCJ'T COURT CF T^Z ELEVENTH JUD'C -_ C RCU'~ OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV iv "-UANCERY. No. 62C 214 %  1 I V .III KI.NM. 1 III x.111 1 >-•! IN I'.I :R KINS'-: 1 .. • %  NOT CE 3Y PUBL'CATICN >-,,!.. IN \ x, Id-.-... ... i %  • -. I %  • %  ( 1 I ,,nt .: : %  • I El !eti I-IS %  :• : NOTICE BX PU3LICAT.ON IN THE C RCU'T COURT O^ THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY ,N CHANCERY. No 62C 166 RUSA1.IK C. I.l ,N x PI ilntlfl X Al'Cl'STINl • R 1,1 N Defend SUIT FOR DIVORCE tl Will 'STIN'i I R I'NA f Streei \ • 1 ark, New ; You, xr-ii H I'lNi %  •: t.l'NA, are %  u dalnl • lias heel filed .,--1 in-you. and aerx • %  .1 cop) il x -.. PI dins to 1 f Complain! 1 •h.pi ilni fl e Attn \N';'::..' .x. \ 1.1. 1 •' • 1 Mian Il*,rMu nl fi x • %  r Pie nl n In r of th C .... %  • ., • '' i!i da) ol I'.. I •-.1 fa 1 1 to do > • • .x 1 1 !..in ken 1 -.1 1 den %  .!:• till if .'ri Thij. %  : : %  \x... k for f en %  .-% %  itlxe .. in THE JEWISH K,.IRI. i| X N I'M>N'K AND ORDERED l.i. I intiary, A.D. KM AN. 1 1 .: %  i' :' x. B> •: H I.ANWAY, XN.;! 1... X At.I 11, tina.li Haiidin. xi ami 12, 1 11 0 x,;., ne> for Pla ---. C 2 NOTICE L.xxOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni 'I'll I-: IS IKRKE\ lilVEN I il t he ..,-,. 1 buelneaa indei hi na 1: .-li -i Shoe Sa .1' Ittn Mils -al liable* : .-nd '.. %  .. tikiti 1 .. %  rl 1 IHlNAI.n RRMI'liY \ XNI'X R P.ROl'DY 100 COPIES-S2 ,=HOTO OFFSETl ANT DOCUMENT (CLUB BUUtTIHS IrTTM ft IP 0*1 PllADINGS (8'^xltort x'4 Black 6. White' Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH 4 CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 MIAMI SEAL. CERTIFICATE & STAMP CO. 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    Pcro* 164 J Ni ljf nu*M *r> Friday, fcmuajy HITLER MANIFESTATIONS ALSO EXAMINED *Skk' Comedians' Bigotry Blasted \yw YORK nr A — TV v • %  %  .. • • ~ ~t • e -• s t ~ • : z ; — i ~' i ; -* C-. — e• • i • A .-.*;.--" %  • ~ %  —>.. f*4 i '%  (MM Ml| •r-; — .%  ?-••* -; --.* ; ; ) .-.-.-• ... -.-" -C • : f -• V %  % %  %  %  • %  %  • Tombola Dance Here Saturday ; • if %  *..•-•;•-:.i • : M I -f :- •; I ; f | .• X I j•.-,—^ i^— ; %  --• i-*;N> ; -r i:.fr%  -* *-*--re-. .%  *-i~i< -!•; i Wt < a> < v? -x. e > > = ? • -.- %  :-;•.--• ^--.r.. r. r -.- .%  • • ...... %  %  ir i • %  •< %  ... %  %  • %  • %  -t -.-.-.• 5! perron :;: %  -:— %  >— b*1 -J'3 .-f..% %  J^ btctuN ot i :.--; > — — f! (*•?! p V .-iz: m : >: r* H*l — :• ••i-i %  : %  '•: >:.--* -ir r; ;t .'.:-.v ••!• :' :.••:*fio-n >* %  ; >•---? J— >#— • c :>** *nd >r.-a • -JC v*— nd mam ;*• tm if Si: S*>I* ? -1 • %  %  • • %  %  • -%  I '' %  • v • ... %  • %  %  %  %  r rM -.• • • %  ;. •. :.-f -••— i "• • • : t : %  r (-.-.i j -. • • — ;.' MNi ': -• — ,MM ^." .. -? f ,i N • .-• i rtaM r am* -• -v.— r-.j -; %  MM %  -^•* :-:-:: i : : %  -•. i 5300 N.W. 27th AVE. •: • 24 I All DAT SUNDA* \B.F.Goodrich Mill A STOM NfAt YOU' ill ADDKSJ MlOW Buying the riglit tire is as easy as BFG F0RJLI6HT DRIVING B.F.G. SAFETY-5 For ecenoaif. l^-3-q Tfrd es, .b? Iy; or rb: -is Th riq'f s,, f 5 3 u -i s.cor.d eo' or olo>eoCJ:. 1 fod-i. ^ B.F.G. LCNG MILER K "— Thet t'rt fit t*e —e4 of tWt e-ov a • r m J an rS hio^wof. aroasd on oed a*3 v ^^p* r or. tfrivioa, Jl* wore aiW*9* Miao ;op FOR HEAVY DRIVING B.F. Goodrich UFE-SAV£R 2ILVERT0WN seals punctures permanently ii'.OI COKSTIUCTION FOI TMI MAXIMUM IN itU'St i.:*:. rtoTECTiON THI PIIMIUM • II BIS.SSE: '3 tU COOLIt MIOVIOI THAT IX'IA MEASUII 0' M .iii! AND 6IVf SUII TltfD TtAC'ON POI U'C It $AH $'05 BIGGER TRADES THAN EVER lEfORE DURING THIS SALE! Yc. Gt Up To *17 95 AND MORE FOR YOUR OLD TIRES % NO DOWN PAYMENT Open A Norton Ckortj* Account! It's Good For A Lifetime 17 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS



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    by ISABEL GROVE Beautiful cocktail-buffet-supper dance given by Harvey and i Train* Salomon a lew Sundays ago in their lovelj home o:>. Alton id., in honor of their daughter, Susan, and her liance, Peier Levin Bride-elect radiant in a morning glorj pink satin sleeve! •-frock with high Deck and full skin appliqucd in reembroidered [lowers Lovely Lorraine in a sheath with a draped bodice, scooped neckline and tinj sleeves, of egg-shell satin with gold threads drawn through She had designed and made both dresses with material imported from Paris Peter's mother, vivacious Mrs. Sally Bachrach, in keeping Kith Ihc color scheme ,i! the evening, ehose a deep shade ol pink satin ior her .-iim-lu.cd. short-sleeved outfit The entire back pain was covered with a dance tloor and a i, in overhead The long buftej I had i sk.rl ol pi ik and a heart-shaped i erpiece ofici witl ll na Susai and Peter twined %  Each of the nine indirul ai round tables also ted pink clothes with pink candl >id orchids in the .< it r f" Next few weeks will be busy ones for lh< committee of the Women's Cancer League oi they've set aside Fridays for • Must be something fascinating aboul the real estate business ause it attracts som< ol our most engaging women .. Aitnougn Lee Mills i yed everj minute of her recent Caribbean cruise the Brasil, she returned happih to the challenge ol making tn. houses on her list absolutely irresistible to prospective buyers .. i" r own lovely home on San Marino l.sland now being readiea 101 Ihe expected visit next week of her son Richard and his win Judith, of Norwalk, Conn., and niece Eleanor Tobey, coming irom Providence, It.I. for a firsl sampling of our many attractions. it is difficult to figure out how vivacious Priva (Dr Solomon) Goldman manages to Hi her newly-acquired activities witn i Paul Wimbish Realty Co. into her alreadj crowded schedule the w ovnan s "World "dfewislri Floiridlxaxi Miami, Florida. Friday, January 19, 1962 Section B 400 guests danced to the music oi Mil hai i S lk r, enjoyed professional lance team's exhibition ol the Twit, then rritd it [•rnselves, p ng to the Huliy Uulij and all Lie popular Latin dances Although Ihe in* latior.s read '•irom 1 to .. II ..., ,i pasl midnight belore th %  < I I ; A family dinner party given the iugh< belore bj Mr> Sail? i ichrach at her aome was more inti nate bui equall) beautiful... i tening was keyed by the centerpiece oi orange a.,.. ; .euo pom poms • Susan basked in the attention ol the is members ol the iroup, looking charming in a close-fitting frock with linen skin and a iop. half-orange, half-green .. Another part) planned for the popular future bride is a lingerie shower at the Deauville or Jan 27 Rose (Mrs. Burton) Kahn u. I be hostess The young couple has circled Apr. 27 lor the nuptials Samuel R and Eleanor Bossak, of 38S>4 NW 2nd ler., are celebrating their 34th wedding anniversary Wednesday with a dinner party tor family and close friends The Bossaks came here Irom Greenwich, Con:: 18 years ago and have a son. William. 12 and aughter. Sandra (Mrs, Bern Adler. ol Raleigh, N < • Vmbassador from Israel to the United Nations. Michael Coma) and Ins wife. Joan, guests recently of the Irving Prankels at the I ..irfax hotel A 3.000-mile trip for Mrs Abe (Rae) Merar, ol 90 I Wesl ave Although she's corresponding secretarj oi aouthgato chapter ol i idassah. her visit to Cupenino, Calil.. has a mori personal Daughter Trudy (Mrs Roberl Foreman, who lives i expecting a new arrival. • • >- Whatever became of those ehd,hen'.parties which uu i man's bluli and pin Ihe tail on the donkey.' For her 13th ndaj la-' > urday. Sandy Karlan was nosiess to seven ol ner i assmates Irom Nautilus Junior High :or lunch at Juniors, com i with the proper number ol candles on an ice cream cake. l„ilowed in .. visil I.I the Sheridan Theatre lor "Wesl Side Story' Sandy, daughter ol the Bernard Karlan-. n New Rochelle, escaped many cold northern winters l>> attending schools here aring the excitemenl ol her natal day with her were Linda n, Sue Ellen Firestone, Penny berk, Diane Glickman, Greene. Karen Bicchinella, and Shellej Friedland. James Shapro, son of George and Sylvia Shapro, was nonunrecently as a candidate lor a Rhodes Scholarship, and also lapped for Phi Beta Kappa He's a member ol the Florida Blue Key, highest honorarj in Florida A graduate, with honor.-. from Miami Beach High. .limmic." will gel a degree Horn the University of Florida in February and will enter Vale University l..u school in Seotember Mis sister. Barbara (Mrs. Howard) Galper, will be here irom Chicago lor commencement exercises A brilliant pianist with a degree in music irom the i mversitj ol Miami, Barbara taught in Dade county schools before her mar••; So much happiness at the family dinner in the home ol the Harold Turks, he's former .Mayor of Miami Beach, when daughter, • irnelia received that oh-SO-significant ring Irom Dr. Alvm I. Philipson, thai his parent-. Ihe living S. Philipsons. of Coral Cables. had another one the very next evening Formal announcement ol the engagement being made by the future bride s parents this week Meanwhile, she has returned to BrandeiUniversity in Waltham. Mass. where she will receive her BA in February Plans are being made for a spring wedding Feb. 14 luncheon Miami Beach, so .etting together and pooling all the information and*progress being made for Ihe glamor function at Ihe Fontainebleau First meeting which started at breakfast and lasted through lunch and afternoon tea was held last week at lh( home ol Mrs Harriet Cross TinFriday, the group can be found at the home of Mrs. Howard Grove, and the following weekBeryl (Mrs Abe Schonfeld, president, then Rosalie (Mrs. Joseph) Segal will each take her turn as hostes-. with the tin,il days, llth 12th and 13th, railing to Frances (Mrs. Milton) Linn, luncheon chairman, who may have to supply cots, as well as coffee Excessive enthusiasm tinyear due to the groupnew project, not vet made public, equal in its far rea.•Inn lo the Cobalt bomb Ihey presented .! 0 to Mt Sinai Hospital several In lition to running a large household with four children, ranging je irom 3 lo 12. she juggles easil) jobs like Girl Scou lead,. '" Troop 208, with 20 fifth and sixth grade girls from North BI %  < I mentary and Central Beach, and assistanl den mother for th Cub Scouts Most recently she was hostess in her home to tn Guatemalan boys representing their country m the International Junior Tennis Tournament Presenl houseguesl is Mrs. wnuam (Bea) Dolger, of Brookhaven. Ll. Dr. SolomonBister. Planning a Conference on the Changing Family are (left to right' these members oi the Women's Committee of Jewish Family end Children's Service: Mrs. B. B. Goldstein. Mis. Leonard Beldner, Mrs. David Kirsh. and Mrs. Harold Rand. Mrs. Nathaniel Levin (left), president of the Women's Auxiliary, presents a citation of appreciation to film star Nancy Kwan, star of "Flower Drum Song." The charming actress was one of many stage celebrities who have visited Cedars of Lebanon Hospital to pay tribute lo Miami's newest medical facility. Life Member Luncheon Slated Mrs .lack Ahlm. life member chairman, and Mrs. Sam Rost, ways and means chairman Ol the Greater Miami Women'.Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, will sponsor ;i life member and sustaining member luncheon on Thursday, Jan. 25, at the Algiers hotel. The luncheon will honor Mrs David Phillip"for her untiring and dedicated work lor the Home and for the Auxiliary From 1953 and 1960, Mrs Phil lips was life chairman ol the Auxiliary, and brought in 600 life mem I e rs Both she and Mr. Phillips are on the parent hoard ol the Home, have worked in behalf Ol the building lund. and were am leaders in Ihe const nut ion ol the Ahlm Memorial Bull ling Mrs Rosl will give the in' tion at the Jan. 25 event. Baroi Hirsch Mover, vice president of the pi rent board, will -peak on "A Ti Ibute lo Byrtha Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program coordinator for the Auxiliary, has announced the appearance ol Ihe Unit • r (i Miami Musical Comedy Smgi rs under the direction ol Ladislau \ MRS. JACK ABtIN In charge ot reservations are Mrs. Manuel Tancnhaum. Mrs. Sol erm. n, and Mrs Lawrence Stlverman, president. Women's Group Of JFCS Plans Workshops Here Women's committee of Jewish Family and Children's Servic I offer .he community i firs! 'Con ference on Ihe Changing Family" : • the Duponl ri.ua hotel on i. 23 from 9 30 to 2 p • After registration, Ihrei i renl workshoi s will bi I Li.'dcr the leadi i a I agi n< v profi na case rs The n ; ffered will be he Changing l Marriag ," led b> Mrs Da "I K rsh and Mrs Fit enci S n i an ;ing Voice ol the I ral rs, Mrs H irold Rai ; ind Miss Sprincia Block: and "Changi i; i' islui e .n the Aging mi deral Mrs B. B. Goldstein and Robert Siegel. Also to appear at the workshops are Mrs, Nathan Perlmutter: Sol iehter. principal of Ada Fisher Junior High School: and Chat Ploikin director, Senior Citizens Department, Greater Miami Jew i.-h Community Center Mrs i ard Beldner. board member, will be alternate panelist. Martin I will be lest spi aki r on the topic ol Housing —Its .!..i, % % %  • ai I El ;cl on I la) 's Communit) Li> "Purpose ol th, cor.ferei I to deal with i I %  prol le :.ol fa n il> li\ > fei i he communit} the pi I i nv to learn from profess how lo r< > ogn / %  these problei i and help solve '.hem.' accordi to Mrs Alan Lipton, vice pre.-.;: of the women's committee and chairman of the conference in charge ol advance res tions is Mrs William Leone at MO 5 115-1 Mrs Bernard Stet ipresident of the women's ci nutlet ORT to Present 'Jennie 1 Award Women's American ORT will present the annual international "Jen nie" award to Rivero y Mojena at a gala fashion show and luncheon in the Grand ballroom of the Fon tainebleau hotel on Tuesday, Jan 30, at noon. Rivero y Mojena. former Cuban-! who have won national plaudits tor their coutounor clothes, are wide ly acclaimed by Vogue. Harper's and other leading national maga zines. Princess Marina Sterbato will do the commentating Entertainment will be by t h e "Giovannis.'' string music and voices Mrs. .Joseph Kantor is chairman ol the day, Mrs. Philip Stark, cochairman. In charge of reservations are Greater Miami chapter. Mrs Irving Tillis; Miami Beach Alternoon chapter. Mis Ted Zallis; Islander's chapter, Mrs Carl Berman; Bay chapter. Mrs. Eugene Schwarz our -indentinclude Jewish initants ol underdcvelopi i ( i tries, refugees and immigrants -i eking a new life in a new w o : Irj ing to build a creativ e, ductive, secure future Y' Women's Unit Slates Speaker Meeting oi the Women's l %  of Ihe Miami Beach YMHA held a! Ihe home ol Mrs So im i Kami. 4525 Nautilus dr., on nesday, 10 a m. Dr Samuel Kahn psychol lecturer and author, will i a talk The M i a m i B e ach "Y" ia branch of Ihe Gri Community center.



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    Friday. January 19. 1962 vJeniif IHridian Page 3-B for general solicitation of Greater MiMrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Standing are Mrs. Raywomen are being discussed by this mond hul Mrs. Larry Friea.and. Mrs. irvi Lot! to tight (seated' are Mrs. Jean C. Cypen, Mrs. Dorothy Kr: .-• nk. • '. -. Choi : il rq chairman, 'Coronation Bcs55 For %  telephone Campaign for Combined Jew i en, Seated at thI re tie Piom 1 ol t (standi pies: :: Club 2 % %  '; Mrs, Isaac ptei | ;<^ .-•••• t; Mrs. Morri Se< n an, I.. %  ent; and Mrs. Joseph Krantz. Club 1 president. Variety Show Sunday \ variety show, sponsored t>\ Ti th Israel Congn gation, will be presi nted in lh S cial Hall on Sun. aj evening, Irving yuendo is 'man. < omedy, music and magic will be presented by Leon Goldberg. Many Weiss, secretary of Showman's Club. s\ ill conduct a "SingAlong." Father Daughter Banquet Slated Annual father-daughter banquet at North Beach Elementary School will be held on Thursday. Jan. 25. t 30 p.m., in the school cafeteria. Guests of Mrs Mabel Mismr. i cipal. will be Joe Mall, super rundant of schools in Dade county, Jack Gordon, member of the
      . Dreyfus, Dave Emmer, Joseph A. Gexfield, Mori Feldman, Lou Pollcr and George Okcll, sr. Chairman ol the Coronation Hall is George Coury. who will also preside as master of ceremonies. Bob Hubinstcin is co-chairman of the committee. A name band will provide music for dancing and entertainment la lent will be presented. Sisterhood Has Officers Installed Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emcss held installation ceremonies at a 'luncheon in the Strath Haven he tel recently. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky was installing officer. ] Serving for Ihe coming year are Mesdames Anna Block, president Isador Schwartz. Rachel Sakowitz, Anna Cohen, vice presidents; Sarah Stone, treasurer: Fred Ochs, corresponding secretary; Bessie Per sonik. n cording seci i tar> and Sam Gcltner, financial secretary. Deli gates to the Greater Miami Cemetcrj \ssri are Hyman Gal but, Mrs, Sanuu 1 Geltm i, and Nathan Ginsburg PETERSON'S STEAK PLACE Temple Zamora Luncheon Also Mesdames Charles Amdur, Nathan Rubin, Faye Klausner, Ldhe Weitzner, Sam Schulefand, Vie* Miller. Benjamin Oren, Marvin Rauzin, Sanford Emcrman, Robert Schwartz, Robert Rodenberg, Sol (ireenblatt F I'erlman. Robert SVms Ted Lotferman, Sal RamSisterhood oj Temple Zamora .s %  •, phiup warshaw, Louis Lemholdn nonthly lunchbtre Herman Sumars Morton Haleon and card parly on Wednesdaj pern Harry 1'ato. W. Rubenstein noon Mrs, Sam Rozeen and Mrs. 7140 SW 8th ST. CA 1-4563 and A. Rome. Sam Hirsh are chairmen. i special purchase! silk surrah prints 11 99 Misses', Juniors' here's a of Mian B. Ob • ge I • Botl ard Do'-'' M'SSIS AND JUNIOR BUDGET DRISSIS ALl fIVE BURDWS STORES. IN MIAMI. SECOND FlOOff. %  % 



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      P*H I Page 4-B 1^ M # r fhrkHan Friday, January 13 1952 Dr. Wise to Jo ? n Sen. Douglas Here At Three-Day Hebrew U. Women's Me*! 1. brew r n i v e r s 113 n i rapid!) „ the r.e • pus. will be deti I Vi \ 1 f the Ires Ann ri rs .• spaaaiMe for iU rebuilding al the ini 1 < laj naw i > • %  ferci 1 •' the Wcmei I!. qrk 1 o 1 .11 alto spe. he conference ; iH The wonu n's < %  .on I more than l.uuo a. .. ami B'ach from all part= ation. The deli gates act vities o r the 1 ion ericai 1 • %  li ;. d sions for the comii • • f or Mi • : ; review ""' I Fcb 2 H %  is Dr I • • %  > : I • 1 %  : %  I rsity ] %  %  %  • %  byMeeting of the board of the Brandeis group of Hcdassch at the Fontainebleau hotel on Monday featured c surprise progrcm. Mr3. Philip F. Thau rear president, thanks Abe Feinbloom, of Rochester. N.Y.. for showing his collection of colored slides of the world-famed Miamian Conducts Dental Program First Lt. Frederic J Wasserman. been conducting daily dental 27. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel giene cla.-se> for parents \Va.--erman. of 7727 Dickens ave. fi Huachuca is the home of the Miami Beach, a dental officer servv.i. Army Electronic Proving ing at the Ft. Huachuca Army DenGround. Located in southeastern tal Clinic in Arizona, has been asArizona, it was originally estabsisting in a Children's Dental ]j$hed in 1877 as a cavalry post to Health Week program now being ward oil Indian attacks against conducted here white settlers Today, it is the test In addition to giving complete center for the latest Army electrono'ental examinations to the childic equipment. ren of the post. Lt. Wasserman has Prior to entering the Army in August. 1901. Wasserman was gradU %  %  Cl— A uated from the University of FlonHadaSSan blaTeS .>. and ;he Baltimore College %  _, • Den;;.l Surgery in Maryland He DOCK KeVieW attended the Army Medical Second book review of the Mi''"' <' : Service School a: Ft. Sam Beach chapter of Hadas will take plac on Monday, 1 3' • thi Mgiers h ".el. Mrs I \1 Weinstein will review %  %  • %  -• -< lling books 1 : ay Life in < rt b) L r -• pleaded cas< ted 1 He repn • <• • *•-.. Quentin Reynold S.\ highly ] .I libel sun e> that • w< stbrooke Peg now 4er and th< ed :• prt sented \ pan ages 4 to 18. Camp I! rs His mothi r is a resident of Great hi s< ssion : %  r S375 ir a an an has been invited as zing 1 h a I guest at thi '1 %  lew ip] tities an in< reased Mrs Fr< immediate past ratii climate and lent 1: Bi ach chapter a will be chairman of the day. hi an enti ing and Q ra 1 explain* *ho also Pl(3nO PilDlls tressed '.ha: dietary laws To b& Ht?orci "' ces art hl,<1 Friday %  w mm ^* -1 ** Saturday mornings Camp Jascha Fischermann will preHmdaie has. in addition to a pool. thri < ol his pupils in a piano :.; Chagall windows now en their w< Israel. Expressing their approval ar< rich: three pas! presidents of the crouc: Mrs. Earl Coplon. Mrs. Fred Jonas, and Mrs. Edward Weithorn. fraternitj and Alpha Omega den :al fraternity. Lt. Wasserman and his wife, Carolyn, now reside •>: 143 Stedman si Ft Huachu >' %  l .... '. %  %  %  I %  ; • : : %  Dr Wise w il! .i"tn f.vo thei iki rs ..; ,u n strum ol I 1 ,vomi n group coi venti • % %  • %  %  ch pens with an inaugural lunch, ir ,1 the Americana Ither %  guests il -• n Paul 11 D tuglas, ol I Mrs Louis S Gimbel, jr .... 1 • : %  • 1 .. ings \ lai gr ical, education ai d will be gut %  • <• %  i).\ .-11-11 incl lit a 1 1 i and studei rom i| 0 mtries stud) 1 \ < rsities. tI Yafis Meet Sunday Y.ilis are mc< :.r. ..! thi and hotel for dancing ;•< a flo Ni on Sunday evening. Ft Huachuca last October. Lt Wasserman is a member of v. 01 Pi Lambda I'hi s 1 NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-stylel Camp Accepting Registration ^Sow .CHEESE,. Ravioli LN SAUCE Be; Grand, d n I CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 5 recital on 1 day. 7:30 p.m., at the hom< of Dr and Mrs. Sidney Adler The program will feature works on Mozart and Beethoven performed bj Ri-a Adler. Judy Karg, and Debbie Karg Prof. Fischermann was dean of the Music Teachers' Assn. of Cuba and director of the Fischermann Conservator) in Havana for many years He also cone—zed extensively throughout the United States under the auspices of the National BroadMating Company Artists' Service a private lake on the camp t n unds ted in the Catskill Mountains. rn available lot... j by writing Grand at 259 Washington ave.. Miami Beach — ST.Parents to be Entertained Nursery school pupils of Temple Emanu-El will entertain their paron Monday when each class presents a special program related to the countrj il has been studying for the school's project. "Child of Foreign Lands." Each classbeen decorated. Art work 01 thi ( uldren will be dised. AJCong. Units Plan Programs M'ami chapter of American Jew>h Congress will have a discussion group and general meeting at 'Vral Gables Masonic Lodge. 41 Valencia ave.. on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Topic will be "Anti-Semitism in the USSR." Guest at luncheon will be Cantor Herman Gottlieb. >t Temple Beth Shirah. • • Louise Waterman Wise chapter A ill have a book re. i< era! and luncheon event next Thursday, Jan. 25. 10:30 am. ,t idilla< hotel. %  r will be Si Sim %  i attorney, in a'i Iress on Jews in South Afi RAVIOLI BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL THAT'S READY TO HEAT 'M' EAT! For your family, your guests... for your very next dairy lunch or supper ... famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese K feast! Just heat... and here"s what you serve! 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      *. knist fkridfi^r Page 5-B Local Woman Attends Confab Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. chairman '*ars, stood beside him as he reMl Sinai HosiUl Garden Club's fourth annual flower show and tea will bi held at the home of Mr-. Jonas 1 Brotman. 1818 23rd st, MIII: Island ;. on Wednesday. feii :. from i to 5 p.m. Thi :. i ol the show. "International Fantasy,'.' will be carried out • with er LOO exotic designs of foliage, fresh fruits and : icd • terials, singly and in comb natii i High -hiof the show will includ •' tries by "the junior division, girls > to 16 years of age Thi French Consulate is making ..i oi dolls lepicting 13 Provin> cc, ..• there will be a displaj from I • I.-raet flower show. An ded attraction will be a by award winning artist. 1 '!....: Br • Invitations Out For Cedars Ball Goh id w I %  invitations were in Hi', mail '.iiweek tor Cedars ol l.i:. ;on Auxiliary's third anrti! ner a: '. ball to take place Satui evening, Feb. to. at the Springs Villas. Ann--.iced as "an evening ol sheer tun—sans worry, stress, "or stra n the afl lir promises to attract •< biggest turnout in the three-year history of the service gamzi :ion Art Bruns wul provide a special program of entertainment, dance music and tun. the committee said. Meanwhile, a number of local vumt %  < long active in the volunteer work ol Cedars' Auxiliary, have accepted assignments to insure maximum attendance. Appointed, were Mrs. Herschel B. Leschel, general chairman; Mrs. Jacob Cclsky ami Mrs Fred Witkoff, invitations committee; Mrs. Benjan n i; Oren, tickets dis luir-en ,-.!; \i,v Reuben Rochklnd and \i: Mitchell Goldman, reser itiont and Ml Lawrence Ailler. hostes> • l'u I" ma) b obtained bj writ1 • ailing Mrs. Oren al 1640 av< Miami. Mrs Harry A Moscoe is chairman of the .-how for the second year, assisted by Mrs. Harold lliischfield President is Mrs, A. Lester Stepner. ADL Film to be Shown Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai !('ri:h will have as guest speaker attorney Aaron Foosaner. He w ill narrate the film. "Anti-Semitism in America." presented by t h e Anti Defamation League The meeting will be Tuesday. 8:15 p.m.. at the Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn 1241 Wa-rington ave ship Club of t h e Branch. The gift from his tnends and associateat the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center also honored Kam for "devoted leadership he has given to his club, the Ceniii and the community.'' Kam haserved in capacities with other lions, including Hebrew Free Loan Assn., L'SO. United Fund, Combined Miami YMHA ceived the award a: a recent lunc •ion here Other persons installed as leaders in the Golden Age iriendship Club include Sam Deel, first vice president; Benjamin Kawaller, second vice president; Boris Cutler, treasurer; Mrs. Frieda Grecke, social secretary; Mrs. Lesleader.-hip ter Grozier. corresponding secreorganizalary; Mrs. David Braun, financial secretary; and Leo Shefrin. recording secretary /IfewMAR-PARVismade with pure poly-unsaturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates .• %  -; To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegctahlc oils ... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L" factor is the biggest food news in a long time a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it Delicious as it is nutritious—MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture ... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of your family starting tomorrow! Ner Tamid Social Evening "il i % %  npl %  Ner Tl %  sponsoring another of itsocial in the I irm of a card and Rames party The event will be held in the Sklar Auditorium on Sundav evening Chairmen for the evening are Mrs. Jack Shaw and Mrs Louis Cold. There will be many prizes, and refreshments will be served. kosher & pareve contains no milk or animal tat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients Another filto product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO makort of NU-MAID Margarino and DURKEE'S Salad Drtaingt



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      \ I Paae 6-B rjmisti fhrMton Friday, January 19, 1952 JFCS Executive Speaks to Youth [van Cohen, director of the Miami Beach Branch of the Jewish Family und Children's Service, will be guest speakei al a meeting or the Keren Ami Council of the Beth Torah religious school on Sunday. Jan. 28 al 9 % %  %  %  % %  Cohen will explain tfie role of the a tenci in community life and will answer questions from members ol the Council ho are studying ..,,. ia n ... welfare agencies otthe Jewish communttj here. Each u" k the students of the school i <"" l> which are divided !l : >"' ,nal and inten encies Recently, ;!i. > contributed $50 to the I | Fund of DaJe CotjntJ On the Keren Ami Counci Debbie Golden, Steven BarbakofC, Janet Bauni. Terry Morga David Bergman, Roberta Schacter, SOMtl Caveltr-Kobert ViRmnn. Man peter man, Andy Keiss. Jodj Brow, .•!• Ellen Liebman. Harmon Greea • j Jes'e Iteithman, i Patricia Karp, s i rter Rickj Hai k %  Lee G ildberg, Vrlen ko, Michael Snyder, Jane b : -'-. n Abrams, Micha< i kin. William Wilson and K ufman, presidei l Left to right ere Mrs. Ncn Cohen, treasurer; Mrs. M. A^ Baskin. •.o-chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. So! C. Shaye, hosts to the Technion j 0 /(fork Tu B Shevat meeting at their home; Dean and Mrs. Joseph Weil; and Mrs. living Lehrman. chairman, Women's Division. Greater Miami chapter, American Technion Society. Women See Technion Feats :>! %  Joseph Weil, dean of the col|i _,• HI engineering at the Univeri> of Florida, spoke" at a meeting la*i week of the Greater Miami chapter ol the Women's Division ol 'he American Technion Society the home "I Mr and Mrs. Sol ishaye 1300 Biscaya dr Surfsi • Di an Weil demonstrated a motor which operates by solar energy and adio, the batteries of which are recharged by solar energy Both were developed at Technion. Israel's Institute ol Technology in II. ifa The solar battery in the radio ol silicon wafers which. ai livated by the >un. spontaneously n ease electricitj Technion's de[-.. rtmenl of solar energj is headed I •. prol Nathan Robinson, who reBeth David religious school will celebrate Tu B'Sheval on Sunday • two assemblies An Israeli film v ill be shown Holiday and Israeli songs will be led b> Cantor William Lipson Pnmar) Department will conduct its own a-sembfo al Ihe same time under the direction Mrs. Alexander Stiebel i.ntly lectured before scientific soi leties in the United States. Dean Weil also reported that Technion has developed refrigerators operated by solar energy r) r> Zuclcerbram to Speak Other projects include those at Fairbanks Whitney Corp.. and the building ol a water desalination plant in Israel. Technion. known as the MIT ot Israel, was established in 1912 Mrs Irving Lthrman is chairman of the Greater Miami chapter ol the Women'Division Serving as co chair man is Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Mrs. Nan Cohen is treasurer, Bi-weekly meeting ot Chug Ivri. Hebrew discussion group, will be held Tuesday evening al Temple Ner Tan.id Dr Joseph S Zucker bram will -peak on Hie B I i Greatest Book of Humanit* r W.LNO KOSHER SALAMI Southwest ORT In Fund-Raiser Southwest chapter ol Women's American ORT will hold IN onlj fundraising event ol the year on Saturdaj evening, Jan 27, at llillel House, 1100 Miller dr L'niversi> of Miami campus A dance team Irom the Coral Gables Arthur Murray Studio will dcmonstrati the Twil and Hullj Gully. Prizes "ill include dinner for two at the Pub. Embers and Chand, :. restaurants, as well as weekends for two al the Algiers and Prince Michael hotelMORE THAN EVER YOU CAN be yon tiger looking with mild, wild Palwolree care I C NT ~>g~czJZ v. fflOiui VV KOSHER fiUOEDGALAMI All pure beef Ask for All YV11N0 Kosher PRODUCTS Corned Beef, Pastrami, Salami, Bologna, Krispit Frankfurters WILNO KOSHER SAUSAGE CO. (of Chicago) MIAMI IMNCH 2181 N.W. lOtli AVENUI Phone FR 1-6551 Chai Chapter Fashion Show Chai chapter oi B'nai B'rith Women Will hold il> annual fashion show Sunday noon at the Deau ville hotel Mrs Herman Hammer Is ticket chairman Chairman ol the da) will be Mrs Max Kern Mrs Ruth Core> i> co-chairman Mrs, Oscar Rosenthal, president. said thai the program will include a musical presentation b) Joseph Malek. with Olga Bibor Stern a ihe piano 'Beatnik' Fete For Parkinson Hosts tor the Saturday niyht "Beatlltk" paintins party of the 21 Club, an affiliate ol the National Parkinson Foundation, will be Dr and MrSyvil Marquit. 1330 NE 129th St., No Miami Conn! Gordon, art teacher, will provide each of the memberwith canvas, paints and instruction lor creating a complete picture President of the group is Mrs Mortimer 1 Podell First-Year-Man leads Ituante. tirst -year-man at Dania .lai-Alai Palace, is a leading con tender for the back court half ol Ihe World Doubles Championship race and also is close to the leaders MI the race for the high!) coveted Most Games Won title. Now leading World Singles Championship play Ignacio. defending champion. — Laca, Vergara, Ondarra and Alex. .. J > %  -. V \ kMassage vigorously refreshing mild palmolive lather. Rinse and pat dry. y Repeat 3 times a day. TRY NEW PINK PALMOLIVE •nficntd with btou'r crtam ot FAMILIAR PASTEL GREEN PALMOLIVE — \ MOftC KOPLC UM rtirtshmt calorie (rat '•ih\ ~ t'awon Sugflflne swum THAN sucu tu s root VAUK •tcMta ti toctwt Mi dntiiLi o>>rifti'i m* a c* out .ti Uw IM bi.r.ifii. #tiwOi cmli'i en. 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      Friday. January 19, 1962 *• Jen ist. fkradlirtr Page 7-B 1 'Stairway' Lunch Set Wednesday Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold its annual "Stairway to the Stars" luncheon on Wednesdaj noon in the Napoleon room at the leauville hotel \ fashion show featuring gowns hj Fredrica ;mrt fur.-bj Fredericks v ill highlight the occasion. There v ill ii]~ lie entertainment .Mrs. Jack Segal ichairman of Ihe day, and Mrs. Kay Morse is Sisterhood president. m i iW J \ [<#•• : nt m .... .... .' tman. dassch groi i .. am S. Go'di septi Me; oh A'excndci E:ils Am iui Cl • ... thei Levitz. iomsu to Sec film rful Worli ri!i i. ... ; • .Mrs Da .: %  ... %  a ill si tamp Ksnor 'ells Prog ran I. %  • %  %  X.Y.. Ifjcr* (i. arts and fcr. ^aturi -' .• t and electi owes. ..well dii % %  in .'t is-h so lal si ienceis li rrcsi! cv< nts, Bible and J< w i -h k •... Tin program is dire< U d ; : : Alvin Schifl <•( th< Jew >'i I a I ion Committee, Camp offii' t this n x litics ai MiHr are mo i rn, ;. koher meals, prepari d 5 i steel kitchen are served • li cal representative is • Miriam Bexger MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL Phone JE 2-3329 JE 24330 JAN. 24 THRU 28 World Premiere ALL-NEW 1962 EDITION Ferine Krencii P.ans Enstallattof! %  .. %  %  •. avi S • %  %  %  -. %  %  % %  %  %  v ... v< | .• |, • Mirii m 11 Lewis ".-. % %  K..\ Soma Robbin y ; ... i ial -< %  > retar\ ... '..n. trea %  in r 1 hairmi n an %  d Fui •nan. cultural; MrAi Sorii Bild, publicity; L< Mas embership; Rubin !.. %  • :. n. Jew i-h Xaional Fui d; \ Seiberstein ami Lewis Mason, Histadrut; >.-... KopKir.il. United Jtwish Appeal; Mrs sonia Robbins, sunshine. Manuel Bur-< in will be mg officer, Joseph Sohlosberg, na...I presiden: ol Histadrut, will i pi incipal speaki r I rogram of Israeli songs will be presented by Mrs Luba Scnor. RES >EATS 12 50, ?3.50; ADM. (1.50 tax ii si. CHILDREN i PRiCE [Under "2 Y* WEr„ THURS., PRI. MATS. AND SATURDAY 10 A.M. SHOWS ONLY AIR CONDITIONED FREE PARKING TICKETS ON SALE CONVENTION HALL AND ALL SEARS STORES 'touthwesl Center Sisterhood %  %  :.• %  luni neon •: %  on I Si laj an 28. :. 2 ll new Holl.• I n motei by .1 %  %  • %  Fea'.urci : ..•!;. .i • chargi L re.-i-n • is Mrs %  • %  I I i ar 5 Hemophilia Auxiliary tfsef • %  \ '\ :.. %  .. %  '. :. ,:;i • (il ..• %  president, %  i Biarritz or. Admission is in ml ir-bring-a nbei Social Singles Will Elect Officers David Park will succeed Edward II Levin as i ( w presid* nl ol I he I.'nni B'rith Social Singles. The club will hold its sixth aniiual installation and dinner dance Sunday, i> 30 pm at the Lucerne hotel. others to be installed are Vrchie Allman, executive vice iire.-i.ifiii: Fayc Sonn, Lenore Gerstenfield ..: ,| Henrj Donncr. VICE presidents; Lillian Ughtman, recording stcretary; Lillian Weitiner. financial secretary; Es t hi r Stiever, treasurer; and Wine Stiever and Ella I.i gai seen laries National Shrine Elects President Ey Special Report WASHINGTON—Harr> II Schaf;< r, former national commander of e Jewish War Veterans of the L'nitcd state<>l America, has been lected president ol the National Shrine in llu' Jeui.sli War Dead in Washington, D.C SchaUer assumes his new post immediately. The National gbuoe was created b> an ael of ihe 85th Congress ( PJL.. 85-9031 lo serve as a renuiuier to people of all faiths that the Amen ean Jew has served ln> country with valor and distinction. The Shrine, located in the heart i I Washington, consiats "i a Hall .1 Heroes, a Library, and a Mil -emn It is supported sole)) through contributions from citizens of all faiths Newsman Will Be Speaker "Survival i r Disasti r v ill highlight the lopu ol .. ei sure bj Jo-, ph B< rnsti n on I'm sdaj even; (hi Wi i ; .. en's Circle, 1545 SH 3rd -' Miami. 5 ti in ,.i member ol the .;, it ol the Forward and a Workit. CINEMA % %  lumst M ifltiBsKh LLON S'. H HTERS YIDDISH AMERICAN Vaudeville Show MICO FELDMAN leading Tenor cf Ihe Israeli Cr^ra HERSHEL GENDEL Yiddish Humorist RUTH KERN Popular Songstress ON OUR SCREEN MICHEL ROSENBERG-BERTHA GERSON in "Mirer* Efro" DownUwn Miimi 20S E. FUgler St. Iiuml Seett NOW en Sale UK. J I %  (Wii.. Sl l.i. *M |*. (Di>l|) NOW Sit THE WONDER Of ClNEMMtY runtouiimncTUtti f tradi l wi > l n lc heel CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 1 1 63=St. Open 12:45 Open 10:49 COAl OAHIS Open 11:45 FOR ALL THE LOVERS OF THE WORLD AND FOR ALL ; T,HEIR NIGHTS TO COME... 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      Page 8-B JLrektnan BYRTHA over twenty %car ? apo. Byriha continued wiih the Braille work that she hid bwi dome n the Chicago public schools. When her machine broke down, she found that it was imro^iole to have it repaired. There were no machincsno Braille ork at all being done here. She got a group of women together at her home, found a Braille teacher, and started a sorely needed project. Thc'i cant the money-raising, wnicn was also undei her aegis, -o that the Light House for t*e Blind could have a machine ot its own That was the first of the many machines for which 'he raised money, She became active in National Council of Jewish Women, was the first treasurer ot Brandeis University National Women's Committee, offered volunteer time to the Greater Miami Jewish Fedration. and was pan of the little group of Chicagoan> who at lemple Beth Sholom held services in a storeroom to thank God for peace after World War II Later, of course, came Mt. Sinai Hospital. One day. >he took her mother to visit at the Jewish Home for the Aged. There were^the sick and the well, together just waiting to pass away. seemed to her.When the opportunity srose through the untimely death of Jac K Ab in Mr and Mrs Phillips plavcd a tremendous role in helping to establish the Jack AbUn Memorlal-the first especially-designed and equipped unit for the chronically aged in the south. According to Byrth?, she and Dave live a quiet life, but Byrthas bubbling enthusiasm must impart an exciting touch to even the quiet Me she professes that -hev have A little golf, a little traveling and a lot of participation in the affairs of their community provide a wide scope of activities. They have recently returned from a wonderful trip vhich included Tahiti. New Zealand and Australia. They were very excited by uninhabited Tahiti, whose major product is boyi Ihev both wait lor th^ mailman to bring them news grandchildren—all boys. I* it any wonder that Byrtha igrandma, among the grandmas? COUNTRYMEN Miss Scherer, Marvin Adelman Exchange Vows The former Miss Judi Scherer dau hter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Scherer. 8800 SW 51st St., chose an all pink color scheme lor her wedding to Marvin Adelman. son ot Mr and Mrs. Jack Adelman. 631 \\V 47th ave. Rabbi Alfred Waxman performed the double %  ring candlelight ceremony in the Alhambra room oi the Seville hotel, on Sunday, Jan. 14. A reception followed. The bride's gown of white peau de -me featured a ba>mic bodice designed with scalloped neckline „rd hard-drawn alencon lace embroidered with seed pearl sequins, and point-to-hand sleeves r.t bouffant skirt was highlighted back an.! fror.t with the lace, pearls „nd sequins, and swept to a chapel train. The triangular coronet covered wi'h alencon lace, sequins and pearls, held a bouffant, waistlength veil. She carried a white prayer book with white orchids MaTon of honor was Mrs. Sheldon Scott, the bride's sister. Bride-maids were Ronnie and Marlene Scherer. cousins of the bride. Judy Dublcr and Loi> NeiFriday. January 13, 1962 reand Carolee Dtmayer, Michael Stein Mr and Mrs. Hyman Dunayer. of 645 NK 179th St., No Miami Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Carolee. to Michael Stein son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stein! 3965 NW 185th t. The bride-elect is a graduate of North Miami Senior High and is a dental assistant. Her fiance isetf-ernptoyed. UM Students Plan Marriage Hope Weintraub. the brides cousin, was flower girl, and her nephWayce Martin Scott, was ring i earer. Larry Adelman served as his brother's bi>t man Ushers were Sheldon Scott. Michael Block. Larr} Perl. Steven Bnil ana Michael and Martin Osman. The new Mrs. Adelman sraduated from Miami High, attended the University ot Florida, and about the live a most popular Warhaf tigs Will Live in Miami FRIENDS ROMANS The friends of Leonard and Toby Fnedland didn't lend their ears, but their eyes were put to ^ood use when they arrived at the Diplomat South to attend the fortieth birthday party that Toby ga\e for her husband. Lennie. in a grand Roman lashion. Two doormen in Roman togas .-ip.d leaves in their hai r gave an inkling of what was inside. All ot the 2*0 guests agreed that the whole affair was fantastic—right cut of the of Roman history Huge column* of gold, the Goddess Diana flanked by two Roman gardens, and a tinkling fountain formed the background for the two bars and hors de'ouvre table. Toby, HI a floor-length exquisite w hue beaded sheath, gave the -ignal for the two Roman slave-, who heralded dinner w'tta their trumpets, then threw open the golden doors that led to the ether part oi tin Beaux Arts Ball room that had I-1 n transformed into an ancient round Roman arena. Masses of red and white carnation.-, red. black, and gold columns, and screens made you feel that y< i< were in another world. Black fighting cocks in varied poses were in the midst of the I lowers on the tables arranged for ten. But "here was tiothing Roman about the dinner, the high pointot which were sliced fillet, crepes suzette, and champatne The birthday cake brought in on u golden chano' waa huge replica of a Roman temple, but righl behind it was the small "eating' cake that Leonard cut. A red sat'n canopv on the stage provide;; the background lor the entertainment, -he Four Lads and. of course, the Twisters. About two o'clock, the golden doors swung open again, and back in the reception room the tables had been set up for breakfast. By this I.me. no doubt many were wishing tor the couchs pictured at the Roman spectacles. Sam and Hattie FrieCland and the whole Friedland clan wire there, including about forty who flew in from Philadelphia. Toby"? side of the family, the Leonards, were there and her mother. Mrs Anne Levantine. The Ronald Friedmr-us, with whom they had Just returned trcm a crui.-.e. flew in from Tamra. Among the Miamians present were Mr and Mrs. Irwin Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmer. Mr. and Mrs Stanley Raskin. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Chisling. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Nelrn Sweet. Mr ard Mrs. Norman Arkin. and Mr and MrBernard Seiderman. AROUND ABOUT Not Mich an xciting game th< pro playoff classic at the Orange Bowl, for those who wanted Plrlauelphia to win n seemed aU no Wives were in:ere>ted m this garni Truthfully, enough football itoo much. Seen on the south side, around the fifty-yard line—every seal al thl orange bowl is on 'he fifty-yard line, including ours; however, i'.s funny, but the iwentv-yard marker always seems to get in my waywere Maurice Pwlstein, Skip Broad. Jack Cooper. Teddy Goldstein. Dr Donald Kobley. Leon Sirkin. Paul Marks and Bill (Yellow Cabi Si gal. Florence (Mrs. Harry Markowitz) ilidn ; take the day of!, however. She was passing hot dogs out to her family, a whole row of them. In the lobby of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, discussing "Bye-Bye Birdie.'' were Mr and Mrs. Sam Meiselman, Mr and Mrs Ben Grenaids. Mr. and Mrs. Manny Green. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Eggert. and Mr and Mrs. Jerry Union Lili (Mrs. Joseph) Duntov ha> received a letter advising her that she is now on the National Council of the Joint Distribution Committee. it's a wonderful honor going to z wonderful person. A double ring ceremony on Sundav, Jan. 14. united Ruth Lachman and Marvin Warhaftig at the Waldman hotel, where a reception and dinner followed. Rabbi H. Louis Rodman officiated. Daughter of Mrs. Meta Lachman. of Baranquilla. Colombia, and the late Bruno Lachman. the new bride attended -chools in South America. At her wedding. Ruth Mr and Mrs. Maurice Simon, 1543 Adams St.. .Hollywood, anncunce the engagement of their daughter. Betty Jane, to Robert Keith Fabric, son f Dr. and Mrs. B L. Febric, 6<>l I aim dr.. Golden Isle.-. The bride-elect, a local beauty contest winner, graduated with honors from South 1 reward High. She is an honor student in her senioi year at the I r.iversity of Miami, and is historian of the National Education As-n chapter for students on campus. Her fiance Iattending the University of Miami, where he is on the Dean's List, and plans to enter medical school next tail. He is DeitaGamnia and Delta president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national premedical honor society, vice president of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity, member of Beta Beta Beta, biological honorary'serves on the board of governorof the Student Union, and belong* to the Chemistry Club. An engagement party was held ,;t the Old Heidelberg on Dec 24. Those attending were Dr. and Mrs. 11 Simon. Isabel and Virginia Simon. Maurice and Edith Simon, Susan Joy Simon. MrJennie Robin-. Irving and Ruth Robins. Barrj Robins, Mrs. Hilda Davis. Mr and Mrs lay Liebhober, Mr. and Mrs E Rubin. Dr and Mrs. Ben Fabric, and their tour SORB. Stuart, Robert. Bruce and Elliot. MRS. MARVIN iMUMl graduated from Florida College of Medical Technology She is a mem, • Ph Phi EpMlon. The bridegroom Ia graduate 01 Miami High and attended the University ol Miami He i> a mem hi r oi La Pache fraternity and Pi Lambda Phi. After a trip to Nassau, the newly. ( will live at 11821 SW 35th -t Lynn Warhaftig was maul of honor, and Ronnie Grossman, bridesmaid. The bridegroom is the son ol Mr and Mrs. Harry Warhaftig. of Newark. N. J. where he received his education. Arthur Wexlin was best man. and David (iornitsky served ausher. After .m extended honeymoon, the young couple will make their home in Miami Out-ol town guests were Mrs Jennie Heller, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sherkow, and their lour children, all from Milwaukee Wis. r-w-w-ww f w-w w %  i w wrw v -< GIFT PARCELS TO USSR You can 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 ond postage prepaid through reputable London firm. LILY STONE, local agent, Call JE 1-1271 MRS. MARVIN WARHAfTIG CAMP HILLDALE CO-ED 4 TO 18 MONTICEllO, NY 8 Weeks S375 MODERN CAMPING 1J5 BOYS & GIRLS SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAM All SPORTS. POOL LAKE BOATING. 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      Friday. January 19. 1962 vJenisti fhrrti^n Page 9-B T EMPLE A>iaih Yeshurun held its Congregation Capers" ; sai relay nighl under the „ r heath was and her matching threer length coat was in a sand ,i deep green band ip line to the hem line. i ilack velvet sheath was worn • Mr> Robert Blank. Her dress red .i -land up collar and quarter• length push-up .iMrs llarrx Beyer's enin a silver silk and brocade. Her sheath was pperl it h a three-quartercr.g'h ial featuring a black velLolliir. Black wool was "I Mrs. Herbert ParkIn popular sheath with ; bodici oi draped chiffon, and •hurt titled jacket which was landed in -aim. Mrs Mian Gluckstern wore a white moygashel linen sheath. iih lace inserted sleeves and a collar. Mrs. Lawrence Brandt black silk crepe lea%  harem turned under hem onlj in the back. Tangerine v ilk uas ihe color and fabric choici : \lr< Stanley Friedman Her tilled bodice featured a low scooped %  k line and her skirt. unprevM d pleat;. • • lulRS. Max Zucker, wife of the ••ire a black wool and mohair ensi mbJc. Her wool lipped with the hip'' '"hair jacket which was, eul in Ihi Chanel style featuring • al lh< Sack. v ual Italian knit ensenv by Mrs. Stanlev Bitehel In olive green, her sheath harlequin pattern! II a double breasted.; I coat. Her coat was -' lil wool. Mrs Jo" chose an emerald '" *"ol jersey with a fitted i "M >kirt; while Mrs. miler wore black gros de loi "< %  • New York, Mrs. Ethel Block attended the affair in a beige wool Knii jacket dress. Mrs. Beverly N'adler wore a twopiece white silk damask sheath with a short, cutaway styled jacket. Her neckline on the jacket was in: wide and trimmed with white lur. A black -ilk linen -heath was the choice of Mrs. Marcy Rubenstein. Her black cashmere sweater was banded in the Chanel style with multi-colored iridescent sequins. Mrs Philip Paul chose a threepiece muted gold and green satin brocade. Her bodice was cut in the overblouse style, and her jacket ended just below the waist. A two-piece royal blue knit, banded m satin, was worn by .Mrs. Joseph Liebman. Self-colored all over embroidery was featured on Mrs. Paul Hershman's sand-colored wool jersej sheath yyiFE ol Temple Adath Yeshu*• runs former Rabbi. Mrs. Jonah Caplan. wore a powder blue and silver knit that took her two years to make. Her sheath style dr sv had a rounded neckline banded in ice blue satin .Mrs. Charles Kellin selected a twopiece black silk alpaca with the fashionable loose-fitting jacket. Her sieves wen 1 bracelet-length, and her standaway collar was cut away from the face. Mrs. John (' %  ours black wool -heath was Ihe classic tailored dress, with white stitched trim. Citron yellow was the color oi Mrs Bernard Sacks' Italian knit ensemble. Her jacket was lined in the same silk print of her blouse. A jewel-toned turquoise was Ihe color ol Mrs. Roy Lawnchiffon -heath A double ruttle cascaded down the entire Iront oi her dress. Mrs. Richard Donath selected a black silk crepe -heath entirely reembroidered with black bugle beads. MESS Rudenberg, Airman Plan Rites Mi. and Mrs. Samuel Rurtenberg, Of 8600 Byron avc. announce ihe engagement of their daughter. Diane, to Cadet Charles R. Piver. son of .Mr. and Mrs Dan Piver, of 88.il Carlyle ave. The couple plan an August wedding followed by a tour of the Central AuierMMiii Islands Miss Rudenberg. after graduating from Miami Beach High School. iattending the University of Florida, where she is majoring in education. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon national soroity. Mr. Piver, also a graduate of Miami Beach High School, is a second lieutenant in the Corp.of Cadets al The Citadel, Charleston. S. C, end a member of Alpha Phi Omega national fraternity. He was recently commended as "Outstanding Air Cadet" by the Air Force R O.T.C., and plans to make the Air Force his career. MISS DIANl RUDENBfffG Women See Film David Congregation. Program will R'nai B'rith Women of Miami '"elude a 40-minute film. 'Israel." will meet Tuesday evening at Beth narrated by Edward G. Robin-on. MISS COKNHIA TUtff i i.n Love • !L1? U "G'STEMD NURSING SIRVICI "C.Al DIETS OBSERVED • PR vl?f MS N G OUND HOOR • Ir^ ND T,0NID SUMMING POOi **'OOl GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO >-inand H. RoMnthal, Director-Owner J^Ji.h'si M ? ,nal """" %  Clovolaai _. TZZti L %  > for Aged, Ptuabonh CA 6-13o3 ^^rV 8th ST., MIAMI, FLORIDA HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD MB. JE 8-1861 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9 8401 Man or Woman i for CAMP Representative Boys' Camp, established in 1915 and situated in the Beauty Spot of New Hampshire, is looking for geographical diversification of clientele — and requires man or woman with good social contacts to set up appointments for Camp Director. Camp fee is $650 range. Write CD., c/o Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 1. Fla. THE SECRET IS OUT" K KLLER'S 1222 N.E. 163rd Street Wilson 7-7411 Room 202 — Entrance 12th Court Wholesale Showroom Now Open to the Public Where you will find an Exciting Selection of Imported, Knits, Silks, Woolens and Cottons in Dresses, Suits and Sportswear Also exquisite sweaters; mohair, wool cashmere, hand embroidered and sequined. 411 THOSE Alt DftCCTir IMPORTED BY K i-: 1.1.1: n s AT WHOUSAlt PRICES TO TOU SUING IS BflffVING" vw ifiiffs PK ^SAtfaW For A B^c^TK ~*^^^B Lovelier You... %* A hairstyle different, casual and easy-to-keep! /\7 SI E MOTT 1073 95th S.r.et Boy Harbour free parkinj Island in rear HAIR SmiST UN 6 1826 TMI FOR 'HI INfOKMALS INVITATIONS CALLING CARDS ANNOUNCtMfNTS ••THANK vouNom pasoHAi STATiONtnr Our aeMlnf eonuittent *ll display a CO"* piete selection m tt* ctxntort W yw no** m 116 n r 6th Sheet: MRWVHMI *"% I



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      '--.-.. • > p n/<7 thrill m Fiiday. Jcr.^r."1} [cjfJ I lie (ouritr t. I I -. • ; 1 i -. — • > I j* £•3'. E -•--•--•. U I Mith.n Muwnano, P< ,-. .%  • • .. ,. 1, • %  • %  • '' %  ':• • %  • • %  I Uck Pepieb, Sid Ar.-.m, Barnard Kati ; ; Aaron Khar>, H lbt1 H jrr.&,r+/. %  %  %  %  I < I Lav, Eshko!. 0a*. d Ben-Gunon .. ml ] • n A,rham Harrr,r %  %  '" %  Ab* Ftinear-,, Natton Roc/t I. <. 1 f 1 • J %  %  %  I 1 v if-.-.Btnyt '•'""• -•'• %  • n Hr P o Marx, Brenri., Lwi %  1 Paul .-,,:,. hi 1 .'/rTv";',' % %  '""" "t-he nUS^m" *ob.„ W.rn.r .„,„ lh( ,r f ,„„, v,,luM.,,rs ar?h (V,h r ,? ;"; M "r ',; •'". • UlowJng over the Miami NeJJ awar o -l I'"" •ommuaitj wrvicc In linn. ,or *tanJing %  I •• %  • %  I • %  : %  %  %  K f the Lindc Chaiken Is Engaged %  Rabbi Cupian On West Cpost Rabl • a E PX,CU.| '•" %  %  '' %  %  Acade-I il rf.i K p Tcm-j ; • %  % %  %  %  rvici II' 1 f %  %  ..: %  'I li million d I •':' %  • ted in Mai • 1 • %  "Tha Academy c-ers a dual pr??r im < • :_s 'udies. a-d a pe-,: -: z* cf ed. ca'io • 1" %  • ••-cher rtlatic i R:-.i ; p aired. I %  1 • %  • |. |. leai 1 It' %  : I MISS tt-XZAM. PMSiiS (AlSi LlrlOA Oiwidt.. Parness. Brams Engagemei^iTold Mr .:"•.::360 1 us l>. their daujjhti r. Ba lei I 1 Bi :•, %  Mrs Maunci Bran -. ol 247 Wi • dr Palm Bi Tin Parni •famih are former %  l own \ .1 Tht bri e 1 leel %  • a grad 1 %  : I \ I Si '" : I' '! %  % %  College 11 \. A R wick, N J and i.s a %  ^' I • nl Palm L'hesh : • in i h.-lnr. Cum nbi 1 ol Phi !• [,' attended Xi n l"u:< ol finance, and ; %  '' ~ I loyed as a k bor !>' BB Youth Hold Conclave : %  %  %  %  .tale presid He i n of J residei | |,,. Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood is sponsoring a card party m the Sowal Hall of Beth Torah Wednesday evening, Jan. 81. Mrs. Dorothy Burg is chairman. Hollywood, I President : his ind BBO ol hj %  Vlffi 1 & Ex-Resoil Owners H un itlcn! Joeation for n vv 0n ^rful rcscr' 0 e |. loe _., d •," summer spends the winter." 36 %  war, plenty of fish. Onlv 1' I m.les from center of town R L •nobly p riced and d ^"gj consider partnership basis with n txperienced promoter n Sklow, 2521 SW 25th St HI 3-3181 : • : Betfa David Cantors C.ub • : %  • • • %  I Can or L.i| w %  prayer mi :• • tai I: ... 1 hos II.,.: hai n • !h: Milzxah 1 (•:> rar.i I the Cai ors Ciu 1 'in r oci asions tha d sal c'.ed bj mem I ers >i th< gri up, and on the Hi^h li. ; %  i'.. they It nil Mi. hildren pri vc 1 .. 49er$ Meet Sunday Temple Emanu-E Players I pi< -' nt .1 dramatu n ading at .i mi eting of t hi Forty-Nil ers on Sinn!.a evening al '!"• 1 i le Em : 1:1 DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIt and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (Plci tptcify If you want OraA0t •n^f •r Ci*apfrulf only) In 'fruit protector' giftcartonl 90 1b. box $11.95 Full bushel „ 8.50 Vi bushel 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 8.75 Compart quality and prlcta. You canf btat Rich Dala for tuparb valua. Pfieea Includa dallvary axcept: Add 10% Watt al Musutippi. $2.00 to Canada.Satla(actloa) fuarantaad or liuit la raplataal at" cnany fafundad. RICH DALE GROVES Welndale, Florida I tW faaa MaW ai awaa atft aafaalfaaf



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      Lav. January 19. 1962 Jen is* ntiMmr Page 11-B ^k mF %  <• a regular Saturday feature at (he same time ill place running 1 fon2 weeks. Lectures will deal with past and contemporary Jewish life in the world at large, including history. literature, economics, and phiio*-uphy Speakers will include Chaim Grade, poet and novelist; Baruch Shefner, literary editor of the Jew* i^h Daily Forward; fluchei Korn.i poel and short story writer; Dr. Shlonio Bikel, critic and journalist; Leo Feinberg, poet and journalist, of the Jewish Daily "Zarahoval." of Israel; Saul Raskin, painti r; and many others Opening the series this Saturday will be Chaim Grade, recent Kessler literary award winner in Mexico City Grade i> the author of four books of poetry and three volumes ot prose. He is particularly wellknown for his immortalization of Vilna as a Jewish cultural cenl "". Grade will discuss The Cultural Ways of East European Jewry." Chuck Hall Adds Exec John E. Lenard has been appo.nled vice president and managing editor ol Chuck Hall & ASSOC, travel consultants. ; MARTIN fOX [otedPiiieosopher \o Address lesivta Dinner .:.,:. !' p\. professor ol phi• i state University, Kant's "Fundamental |. ihe Metaphysics ol be 'he principal I Mi sivta Senior High h in %  Sunday, 7 p m at i I hotel IO0 Will attend the f> .• ill honor the found ..!> established He n %  : [h School, according ii i and Hyman GalI' %  • ceremony will be i: Rabbi H. Louis Roll|ai 'Mdenl and tounder %  Dr. fox author of numerous philosophical works, has long been identified with the Hebrew i1 school movement, and is a 'ice president of the National Wsn. of Hebrew Day School >TA's. The need and Rise of Veshiva High School Education Dn the American Jewish Scene" vill be thtopic of his address. i (a Senior Huh School. in .i\ e now ha* a .1.1'lc A senior high I A ill be opened in I v ill !>• the onlj %  ii ul Ballimoi % %  Rabbi Alexander .: ol the school, High School will periverage students iscr scholastic a Ii teachers in what I a ~ udenl centered ation Horovitz, assistant %  Hebrew Academy. h mil he id ol the guidance ?' %  • il the Mesivta. Donald principal ol the I depart men — *-iis, of the LornI chairman of Ihe i onimittee. EnterI for the evening will include [ • %  • %  i intoi s m a musical I Alexander Moscovits, a trustee nd founder of the school, will be chairman of the evening. >r the student bodv | vu : Joel Kornreich. b JI: !: Lerner, president of f"' friend, ol the Mesivta, will ex,,' -%  The invocation and will bo tendered bv I • unent and Stuart Werner. 'I the Mesivta. 'Trustee Chairs' Established Here J, '" : ''> earfield, 6510 Granada I Serf* 1 GaW 8. a board memTOI i ,. ( | ais „ ( Lt>banon Hogpjtai, '' Been appointed head of a cam ZT, '" raise additional funds IJJJ leaders of Dade's newest hosTTIM, e Chairs." to be occupied | -individual members of the 1 wil!„ l heir re Sular meetings. ••" % %  be identified by personal nameplates. lach*tT gr £ ved pla,e W1 b0 al asam back of eadl cha,r air,i %  '" r, c g n ''ion and honor %  "•Jjed these trustees. g.v'(.?„' ri J "'"" Wl bp requested to Ovc, 1? ad,1,tlon al Pledge ot Si.,100 — 't, --QM contributions •will deal with pa.-t and poet and short story writer; Dr. of prose. He is particularly wellnavel consultants. what a beautiful gift and it can be yours POLAROID LAND CAMERA moke clear, sharp pictures in only 10 seconds!. Snap It Pull a tab There's your print TO seconds! 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      rdnml p.nrh JE 4-2141 WViTE KiCH UIWM MOl M '< Dmri, a petit* brunettt vilh fla'hirq dar^ eyes, is the -i -...;.: |-3e' new generation. She is a vibrant nersonl!ity arc! hsr je: or--a-ce sends sparks fashing around the Exodus ream, igniting ?a:h a.dience into spontaneous and clamorous a?placie. % %  %  r sin? "Kalaniol "R< d Poppie E • i ,_, % %  voice, the song has a sweet and nos • sad and ppy.il embodies the spiril 'it Israel in its • %  %  • %  nted .Shcshana could interpret this firs; Isr u %  %  •; pe night < 'ub follov through even i ties such as Tchina and Chomos, are -. • .... ire irted Israeli wines and champai i ,,. ned to the highlights of the revue The comincers li ip and frolic in wondrous fashion, combining rices of mo ern and ancient Israel just for you The new r art -i the revue is Will Cooper, a talented young i flavors the proceedings with capable humor-making and story -tellin Take a trip to Israel via the £xodus room a: the Monte Carlo It's an idyllic e\ ening oui FOOTLIGHT FACES: Menasha Skulnik ihack in town, starring m his classic "Cncle Willie" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The master comedian ha.s been given a.-, outstanding supporting ca>t His wife. Anna Human, is aUo featured. Though often compared to Charles Chaplin I don't think Skulnik tan be held up to comparisoi He In a class of comedy all hi; own. Sid Cassell, one oi our very own stage bright lijjh;-. will direct Biithe Spirit." the Noel Coward Classic comedy, due to open Jan. 31 at the Gallery Playhouse in Coral Gables. After the opening ion a Wednesday) it will be staged Thursday. Fridays and Saturda>s only. through Feb. li Kin Taylor, Jaquebeth Goldman and Norms Buss handle the leads. Belle Barth. who reopens for the season Saturday. .Ian. 20. at Copa City, is the target ol the PROPS luncheon today at the Mona i.i-a of the Eden Roc The aitair is titled. A Ball for Belle.' and u.s, .t s written and directed by Belle's friendly -competitor' Patsj Abbott. :; should be u memorable laugh-fes' LET'S GO TO A MOVIE: "A Majority of One adapted Horn the hit play, which star.-ed Gertrude Bery and Sir Cedric Hardwick?, beams oi the Flamingo theatre screen tonight for a special one-time performance It co-stars Rosalind Russell and Alec G li %  • Idea ol • to gel people ti i awaj talkii i So thai it r< %  •.:for J regular run in February, you ron't be al o gel a seat. Tn ng to that tale thai when "El Cid'" opens m Israel 'El c idnej All kid ling aside, this is on< big wonderful movie, i n thi !: osevelt We can't begin to enumerate the delights of "West Side Story." Its dances, songs and individual performances, for instance, like the one Natalie Wood gives, have to be seen to be appreciated—and applauded. It s at the Sheridian and it's in for a long run, too. I ereenplays have the dramatic dynamite of •'Judgment at Nuremberg, spellbinding audiences at the Lincoln. Headed by the one and only Spencer Tracy cast as a presiding IS. judge in a German court, tryins Nazi judges indicted for their crimes againsl humanity mere are so many acting -ems you'll have to see them all before we can recount the many rare performances. -Tender Is the Night. 1'. Scoti Fitzgerald's classic, is now a movie, and starJennifer Jones. Joan Fontaine and Jason Robards (he married Lauren Bacall recently, at the Car.b. Miami. Miracle and 163rd St theatres. It's received big advance acclaim HERE AND THERE: Hialeah's Mayor Henry Milander is being tendered a testimonial dinner tomorrow, marking his 25th year of public service. Even) takes place at the Playhouse ol Miami Springs to HSI^. 0 !. !" 1 !; "' M "'' ,a> Frankl '"* frolicsome show, winged "-I mburg t headline a political dinner Requesl for her services FrklinT ^ B Vern0r h nM "' She S back f "• %  *< Mrs Benjamin Oren is "chairing" the Cedars ol Lebanon rVuxiliarv tertoH, l0 „ Miami Springs Villas Contact her fo rres HAIIfl! MSflU # in a t^h rV c* Sh,0n S de i9h,f "' B "i u "' '•*•" eps packing em KOTHI PflLIII £r= Mtf^wires aft a 3 -^w^^^jwsstts So many Mianuans enin,' to \cu v„ri...i, .... %  Predric March and Douglas CampbeJ on Dl '"H"" 1 "V* 1 there o r( | t r UM „. „. 0n play ,he v mus •' %  %  Manhattan „ \ > !" !" !" -hen you get to for weeks to com.. P lu,naw -> shows sold out in advance Sen. Holland, McNayr to Talk .-.I..: Ilai i, VI I M N speak al the an Bi ach 1 ix IJ rs As i la> Norman Gilli proposed plan for I ei • ol Ihe So Miami Beach I n i I J G Grei ne also nounced I banquet to be hel I il the •.die hotel at 6:i %  • u '-' the install "'-' 0| "' i rs The Mrs P R Mallorj \\ lor Outs'.anding i itizen • Ihe Year v ,n be presented I > Ritter Levis n Vr.other former presidenl ol the Vssociation. E Albert Pallot. will acl as loastmasti r Invocation will Ix given by !(• v R, Wiley Scotl Chairmen of the banquet coir. mittee are Harrj Erlanger ana Myron H Willi ir Assisting in the program were Grei ne and Herbert S. (iimbel Rabbi Schiii to Speak Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of ( _;.!i(iii lie!!, F-. will be ... lurer I i evening. 8 ;. th< ill si idy class al /. : H %  topic will be I Vs. Rituals Beech Dentists Plcn Meeting Miami Beach Dental Socti Mond i} -'J:' 29, 7 I the "-'^ ille h tel Progr • I fature l)r i • Fredcri -ma discus; | • Nutrition, Prophylactic an I apeutic, in Dental Practice KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPR.NGS VILLAS 500 Deer Run • TU 8-4521 ART BR'JNS, CiO.nn New Chapel Draws Visitors The new quarter-million dollar Riverside Memorial Chapel opened last week for public inspection ,: 1920 Alton rd Mi imi Beach was visited by hundreds who came In \ leu the facility Newest in the Riverside chain, winch operates major offices in New York and Philadelphia, in addition ti two others here, the Alton : : chapel ibeing fea'ured in three national funeral trade magazines On hand to greet visitors and to point out the decor and appoint ments ol the new chapel were l{i\ii.side executiveAbe Eisenberg. Larrie Blasberu and Leonard Zllbert. Completion oi the Alton rd chapel boo.sts Riverside's investmeni in facilities in Dade county to more than a million dollars, say the officials. New chapels wire completed not long ago on Douglas rd. in Miami and on Normandy Isle Riverside started here almost a quarter cen tury ago with an office on Wash maton ave ISRAEL CONSULT US FOR' >ETAIIED INFORMATIOf WE'VE SEEN THERE SAIL ON S: S. ATLANTIC. S.3. OlYMPIA ... S.S? ISRAEL S.S^ZION... S.S.JERUSALEM FROM 266 : c I • Mm. one way OR FLY NON-STOP JET jFROM N.Y. 876" /ownd trip INTERNATIONAL TOURS SURMNt'S MIAMI BEACH U72 MERIDIAN COURT Jl S444I or it J-J4S7 BURDINE s OOWMOHN MIAMI ai "ai" %  mi Ir.te IS The fnt. in. |h i Ida ael | %  L li CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE Best Aperitif in Town Good Selection Imported Wine OPEN 5:30 to 10 P.M. Closed friday ;Ample Porking In Rcor 128 NE 17fh STREET Tel. 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      Icy, January 19. 1962 J}crr ^Atitz ft to sul bers, The Jew -. m .. %  .1 ccrsageto eacn mcrher of a B jld be addressed to 'Corsage for YOJ, P.O. Ecx Fla., one month in advance. Inc ude the name Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p:ace ; :eremony address and telephone number. The corsage will be rded to you courtesy of Biackstone Flower Shops in time cthe cccas:on. +Jewls& fhrUUaiw) Page 13-B I Ronald Pergman Howard Wohl Michael Kahn fAor.is Woll Richard Brodtky C I see Gc I Richard Brodslcy r .::%  r\ i ces, Jan. •i will in• RH hard %  %  • %  risk] Rab%  i • n the n .i • US! .i !l (I ;i • : S Ills. Om •Shai bal on Friday 8 and the Kiddusb ..t tht:11 (eremonj w ill be drey's honor Morris Wolf Ni.ii o| Mr. and Mrs Oscar NfW POLICY ':'•:%  Feb. 1 thi n fa SIT I %  e Bar Mitzvi tiaj moi nil .', -. 20, ..' Temple Kmanu El, with Dr Irving Lehrman officiating The celebrant is an eighth grade student al I a M. Fisher Junior !i:yh. and his hobb) icollecting rocks, Cantor Gottlieb To Coordinate I ai Herman K. Gottlieb, of n Shirah. has been apinti % %  program coordinator for f i 1962 Jewish Music Festival Tie annual community wide nt, sponsored by the Greater an. i Ji %  sh Community Center. h i he cooperation of the CanE VMill be presented on • fit, Feb. 18. at Temple 1 B< The program will include in ft •-: nal grotlp, in additfon to I i ns'rumentalists and vocalists. I" lor li ttlieb started his muni Latvia at the age ol member of the Libau VI 17, t • > v as granted ip ..! the State ConMusic in Riga, and at studies he certs and opera • • r Europi W reAmerica in 1946 broth* and si&fer, after SCapi tj from Euchenwald conl camp. • II • Hi rew L'nii n w Youth Grovp Formed I • II % %  • S. • V'oun Israel : mi 990 NE .7i>t ti ainin) n ith I an or Nathan Zichner. a composer ol liturgical music. A reception in h:honor will be %  • %  • • the Fame is i< -u urant. %  m Michael Kahn I • • ie ol ... • r M. '-53 1 Si %  r H I'd i %  I I Howe-: Wohl %  • %  '. Bar Mitzvah How ar i < i.:i •.. -on ol Mr and Mrs. Sylvia Wohl, 1 9 Garland \.. w.!! t ;.k place dui ing services Saturday morning, Jan. 20. .ii Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will officiate. Howard attends Nautilus Junior High and the Temple's religious school. Luncheon reception in his honor will be held in the afternoon at the Club House restaurant. Ronald Bergman II. ii. .I.! Bergman will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Jan. 20. ai Kneseth i-rael Congregation. Rabbi David Lehrfield will officiate, and Kabbi Alexander S. (Jross will be guest speaker. Son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Bergman, 4585 Alton rd., the Bar Mitzvah is an eighth grade honor student and has attended the Hebrew Academy since kindergarten. He has been a member of the \ca lemj choir and winner of the school's Science Fair and Declamation Contest. He belongs to the Boy Scouts of America and has participated in the Optimist oratorical i ti -t. Dr. Bergman, lather of the teleProf. Fox Eyes Free Trade Policy 1 rant, i< .: member of ih.' Academy. and Mi B rgman is a life member o! Hebrew Academy Women, where she serves on the b >:• d, ..well ;.• on ll rd of (he lid's honor will servit • %  %  '. r nan Har William E. Ha-r *. ol 1500 Hay rd <\ ill e B r Mitzvah on Saturday %  '. Jan '. regation 3eth J .<• >b I bi Tibor Stern a.ttr.r Mauri. %  amelli Sabbath j %  ..%  • i %  •• Junior • %  • %  %  • %  1 Left to right are Rabbi Tiboi Stern, spiritual leader ol Beth Jacob Congregaticn; Marcie Liberman. general chairman of a testimonial banguet scheduled in honor of Rabbi Stern on Mar. 11 at the Decaville; Max D. Goldhagen, corresponding secretary; Morris Krevat, second vice president; Morris B. Frank, president; Aaron Lerner. first vice president; and Leo Meyer, honorary president. They're discuss-nn the testimonial at a meeting of the Beth Jcccb board of directors last Sunday at the Walbume hotel. Not shown are Nathan Kohler and Dan Roth, who also participated 'n the Sunday planning session. -^ THE ALL NEW HAMPTON HOUSE Do< the President's Free .Social Center olMhe South OPEN TO THt '• PUBLIC : Club Trade Policy Make s. nse I ir L's This will be the subject ol an .. Prof Edward J. Fox on Monda) evi ning before the i in a r Miami chapter of Ihe Ami i u an Assn for the United Nations Di Fox is c h a i r m a n ol the marketing departmenl al Ihe I'm versitj .'I Miami and i.inner Canadian representative on Ihe Wartime Coml ined Hoard of Trade for the Allies The meeting will be held at the Rader Memorial Church. 87J0 NE 2nd ave. Time is 8:15 p.m. Glamorous ROSITA DAVIS SAUCY, SWINGING, SEXY SINGER Appearing at La'.n G-<*r.er, New Yck Cty Presented by NAPOLEON REED RECTOR BAILEY and His Trio BROADWAY'S FAVORITE JAZZ ORGANIST No Admission—No Cover—(Beverage Mtrvmum) SHOWS 10 PM. 12 & 2 AM (Co I 4 Tie please ai.er 6 PM' % first F^-Robert Schwartz, administrator of Camp Ha-Ge Gah. of r "„ ah Cori^iegalion, congratulates Hyman Tadelman on L.^ p P in, mer.t as cemp director. Abraham Gittelson. edur' ^1 director at Beth Torah, looks on. Beth Torah Plans for Camp Beth Torah Congregation's summer day camp, Camp Ha-GeGah, will star: on June 25 lor an eight-week period Camp committee chairman, Mrs, Robert Schwartz, announces that swimming and a full Red Cross program will be offered. iiv Tadelman, teacher in Dade county, who has headed day camps both locally and in Chicago, will be .amp director, and a staff of counselors and specialists have been engaged. In addition to swimming, the camp will oii.r arts ami crafts, bowling, athletics, field trips, special events, singing, dancing, and dramatics. Camp registration will be opi n lo congregation members until Feb. 10, and then offered to the I ublic iv..... is from 6 lo 12 are able. > > < % < % > o I o I <> o > $ 0 > > .4200 N. W.'.27lh AVENUE • NEwton 3r'0611 Copa City DADE BLVD., MIAMI BEACH BELLE BARTH & CAST OPENING SATURDAY, JAN. 20 FOR THE SEASON Make Reservations Now JE 2-6431 SPECIAL PRICES FOR ORGANIZATIONS Show Times 9-11:30-1:30 s o o o t o o o <> <> o o o o o I o o



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      iWi i irnr ra r ffiiT n ra r it Pcge 14 B PHILIP HOUTZ Hebrew Seminar Series Opens ii i : %  %  I i i : : %  a I, a %  etor it ci Peb. |J -, edj.• | Tempi Cl a -imiI I ratio lor of 1 1'. • ; L'-SI %  inMruci lc Ju• I %  %  ;E i %  • Ri tn an, inr at Ten .. %  irah. The Hebrew teachers semirta-s will close on Wednesday, Mar. 28, when a model lesson will be presented by Mrs. Norma Robinowitz, cf Temple Menorah, and Mrs. Rochelle Ross, of Beth David Congregation. Each Hebrew teacher seminar will include a social period when Mrs. Balfouria Gilad. instructor at Beth Torah Congregation, will introduce new Hebrew songs and conduct a community-sing. Houtz to Direct Cardiac Hospital Philip Houtz. former executive director of the National .Ii Hospital at Denver, Colo., has bei n named executive vice president ol Miami's National ChildrenCar diac Hospital, according to an an nouncemenl by Leo Robinson, pres idenl ol the board ol governors ol the charity, non-sectarian institution devoted to lh< diagm s and treatment of rheumatic and congenital hearl disease in children. Houtz was associated with the National Jewish Hospital for som 25 years, and has an enviable record ol service to thai in tion." Robinson said. "With our new S2.500.000 facilities aln ady undi i c nsti uction in thi Med ca' Ci nti i a id vith Ihe constanl mand on our dia i an ments. wi [ortunal have a Iministrati .%  %  •. %  • \ %  New Yirk, %  %  • %  • • : N %  %  i I ft I mistfhrkfi stn Beach Chapter Luncheon B naj Bn th Women, Miami Beach chapter, will have a luncheon a nd card party on Thursday, .Ian. 25. 11:30 a.m al Polly Davis restaurant, 1160 Normandj dr. Friday, Janucry 19, HAROLD WOLK Medical Center Dinner Coral chapter of the Amer can Medical Center at Denver is holding its annual dinner dance on SunPepii'cr May Active Locally Ey Special Repart 1 Mipresident of Beth 1 i Mr Mi si di putj hii n U. r ved lo F Ida Jamaica, N Y four years i i He became Mayor of Lauderhill, Ft. Laoderdale's sister-city, under an act of the state legislature which created the city in mid-1959. His term runs until November, 1965. Wolk lives with hi~ family in North Miami Beach, where he is •• %  till an active participant in Beih Torah alfairs and civic organizations such as the Windward Optimist Club. During World War II. Mavor Wolk served with an Army artillery unit stationed in Newfoundland 11941-151. He rose from the rank Ol private to captain before receiving a medical discharge His subsequent work in veterans organizations and with mentally retarded children brought him widespread recognition. A former commander of the Jewish War Veterans post in Jarnaica, Wolk was acclaimed Queens county's "Outstanding Veteran of 1956." Wolk supervised formation Of one "f the first mentally retarded Boy Seoul troop, easl of the Rocky Mountains in Queens. a program .at has since expanded to 12 troops there. Wolk, born in Hartford. Conn led Jamaica High School and Rutgers University. Theayorandhiswife.Ma four -onJeffrey uStephen, 10; Scott, 8; and R, A. (!a v at the Deauviile hotel. The center is a free, non-sectarian hospital for the care of tubercular and cancer victims. Stern Will Be Specker George stem, director ol I h < Southern Zionist Youth commission, Atlanta, Ga.. will visit Young Judaea groups ol Greater Miami and Hollywood and be the leaturcd speaker al a Tu B'Sheval rally and t ;nip Judaea reunion on Sun lay, j an L'8. at Beth Torah Congregation, it as announced l>> Mrs Gerald Soli/, chairman "i the South Honda Zionisl Youth Commis Stern will S ol lian : "•' ah and a lunchi Be ich ZOA. spoi the > %  %  %  i i Hi %  %  !. .: 'i • %  %  Fic • %  %  i i, %  val. '* \ inciuoe • PhilI i I Beach Rabh'i To Head Region Albert Schifl natioi pres ol the Jewish Nation: I Fund, announced this week thai Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lead er ol Temple Menorah. and chairman 01 the executive hoard of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, has accepted the presidency ol the Jewish National Fund for the Southeast region of the United States. Kubbi Abramowitz has just completed three years of service as president of the local JNF Council. While in Israel recently. Kabbi Abramowitz was received by top government and military officials and consulted with them on Jewish National Fund land development and reclamation work. Circus Coming To Town Unus. the man who stands on his forefinger, u ill be on hand with the clowns, animals and thrilling acts when the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Ci rcu comes to town next week for its 1962 world premiere on Jan. 24 to 28 at the Miami Beach Convention Hall. Ticketfor the "Creates! Show '•' : %  ali al all Sears -tons and the Convention Hall The circus will perform twice a afternoons an : evenings, al ihe heated and air-conditioned Convention Hail. Washington av '<'n st. ihe total of 11 performances also includes a .special Saturday. j a n. 2 8. show at in a m '-•• m: "12 will be admit'"• '^ half-price at the Wednesand Friday mati" and the extra morons ..how %  Icson I l. ) [ their man zqet luxe Color %  %  %  %  Day Cc Re Now | %  t Ihe N N i %  ant '. %  • 1 .-• kci %  M •i %  S i %  : the Ireatet er t %  rs ol %  i ugh iday, I %  iduals | i • ighl %  Ii atl k mts, Dick Haymes cr.d w • Jeffries this week headlined the show at Hairy Mufson's Cafe Pompeii at the Eden Roc hotel. Haymes. c one-time movie favorite and big band singing star with Harry James, Benny Goodman and Tommy D o i s e y came to town after a series of impressive comeback triumphs which once again have him in the forefront in the entertainment world. Relief Ciub Holds Meeting R a d o TO er Ri • "lub hel iisecond mc< tinj ol the as


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      friday. Januctfy 19. 1962 Ifni .<#> fh.rSdlfor Page 15-B wire. Rarluti i .... • %  daughter. S s ,... v %  %  • \ .; %  LEGAL NOTICE SOL REICHIG >joneer Miamian lende! Scheinberg lead Here at 79 betg, pioneer Mil .;";' L e Lore 42 years e*\.V ,1 fe N<^ct1e %  %  eatati RA CARMAN ill il 1 i r.-ll ed t • '" %  • I > tt-i l\ THE COu\TV JLSGfS COURT • N AND -OR DA3S COUNTY. f-ORiSi IN --ROBATE. No. asre \ : : • M ,\ N I' '.OT CE TO CRHD:")=iS 1 ,. .:••'•-; resided with hN L.i ( :• %  • j 1415 Meridian j vf Miam Beach. Mrs. ScheinL. a sil of the late, world {,.,',„, • %  Sbolem Asch. Mr S heinbefj and his brother. •-, ncu $ r i i the first luggage jepartmi nl i Burdine'a. He was loin r of Beth David SynaM MRS JENNIE SAL7MA' %  %  %  • .-• A |th i. ,1| ; %  "' •' -• %  %  vi: Igl %  • % %  uago su ii\ii JI i !. %  • •, i : %  %  lie i • In rite I in In thi offlci IUI ami two ... : %  t, • -" VI, \\ %  ,.., %  • • %  'il m i lien Ui m„n ,,,i „,.. Kuth Salm "• ..... ? j ,„ M • --"l cTiarge. I.I.N.I \ \n\ .. \l.M\N HARRY KAVINKER "V •••'._ i ... I ... .1 | • i ... par* !_; Executor ItNsTEIN & Mil \ irn > .,, 14! I i' i, : %  .Bui I •• 4 %  I I Mem. r.. i Hospital two daughters. ,,, f CHARLES H. SILLINGER ARTHIR LIBOW I... %  ...i ior.CE TO CREDITORS llr sranlej (. Myers. v.ce ore, ,,, .me ...... %  \ \ ; ; •;,;;, '„£ £*;"> tient o-the < ?ater Miami Jewish I !" i?"f v vrn8 %  %  Ufa Estate 0 „ and a nat.ona. vice ,: | ,5 } J% \ %  ~* -.-J p:, MI!' •' of National Council k| :, h WoTtea. and Mrs. Hil| a brother. Pincus: hint .:. ndch I Iren; and four great Jdren All are of Miami Si S unday. .Ian 14. i • ral Home. nil j t-t a Nebo Cemetery. Frieda Mintzer |Passes Away, 60 r i 11 M ntzer, t>8. a foun•mpie Emanu-EI. I She and her busk • • i %  ..lure L. Mintzer, e from New York Cit> 38 \ ind were active in Jewis n if fairs. Mir •who lived at 510 i • %  MI .1 great deal DI I m Israel, where she | ... who lived there She ghl to this country ind n >phew to stud) a! I %  ersitj il Miami s • :, son, .lack: a 5 < % %  [ Chisling; and %  I %  Jan. 12 in New I' %  i ae, BEN JAN N KRAM .ii. .1 hi '• He i i .. : %  Sew l ..... I Ii) e* WH I •! I • LEGAL NOTICE INTHECOLNTY j_3GE S COURT IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE Nj 54736-8 I\ Rl '"lsi i'••': \ -i SON : • .•.,— I NOTICE TO CREDITORS r ml Ml IV-. i %  \ .:-•-•> i' • R Y %  %  i .. I •..,.... %  i %  \> Ii Ii ,.... %  | • ,-. •• '% % %  M | .\ i late •!!>,.! Florida, to I 'uiinl i %  %  %  i.l. .1 •• I jSt.ll Ulel i •' % % %  : < %  • ii • • ntj within x'.t %  % %  h • ... %  r the pan i -• I I .., •. ,1 .-. %  | .. % %  v '1 TIIKiiH I \ : -• s Til: N \'• iN v' >\K RK ". Xt'l iN \ %  •..• •.. i •: I. • %  • IN THE CO JNT\ IUOO*'S COURT IN N3 FOR 0 r > c l" l,MVT V, FLORiOA IN =R03ATE M 51827 i N i : i-: i • %  %  \ v 1 '• NOTICE TO CREDITORS Vnu %  • %  i" -i \ ... • ... %  demand* which < i i .. huve %  ill • ill i)l ARTHl Ii l.l •.'•'W Je''•'' -'-'I %  it I %  .i • K.i.ri I.I • I Co .nt> I ... h ill i %  .' .. n %  : >. ind II.H u %  i mi heir olf i ••in the I' ui il I'oui % %  i I %  Ii • ir : %  :. %  ( %  : i I... |en I i r m..iiMith< .': %  -:. %  !!.• nil .. .... :': \ • A I :•• %  ;•• %  \ li tl kRTHI : :.• l.jw iNTV KFl'.n.VS S \f %  %  \ • • i %  %  .\ : i Tn>i ... i • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE ELEVENTH JUO'C'AL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR'OA IN CHANCERY. No 62C tC %  %  • \ < s %  • •• \.i: > \ :iTVK llll • %  NOT CFTO DEFEND Ti i Bl ITT YE Mi I.KAN • kn ,RI \-v\'-: RRI \-. .\ 31 %  .'-• %  Street VRE HKRKH M i : I i bill •• %  %  •:.:.: % %  • ..: r. v i -i| ^.. ar i I: ... I i %  -• ..... : • %  %  %  na • ... ntil ittiirnej I "i %  : N !: • li .rl la ind file : %  ,. f I he ;i I. : • • I'.th l.,\ ..I%  %  •: i %  -' di • %  .. • • • • i| i i 11 .rAT • %  % %  • 121 i • nuary, • \ HKKMAN • %  • %  • :. \ N %  .... I 2-9 • %  %  s ,MGE ROBBINS UVe died here • :i in. L Mr In • I u i i i i : %  %  I. l>.i AVL EL .-EON CK II. Ian Hi •. ,i^.. r ..in \. .i I fnrrlei > l annli i %  %  I i I III ltl> el Hid. ..... I %  %  %  *N H LEICHTAG i •i • %  %  il. ... : I'KA.N || v Km%  SSii.N \ '• ~r /. v • I %  ,.!.. I'Mini IN THE COUNTY JV'OC.F ,< ; "'IBT IN AND FOR OAOF COUNTY. FLORiOA IN PROBATE N> S4911 A IN I:' MAI'I>K S.'AVI %  \ NOT CE TO CREDITORS I \ v %  S %  a She i • liYolk t'it> • i; • I \. .'. i • Yi>iI al > t udeii t I...:| .... >. I.l VVHI II vel ... %  \ •. > \ She W .. i %  !-' %  ..li.I Mi. HI %  ,' .| if I Mil N THE CIRCUIT COURT 0'HE ELEVENTH JUOIC '. CIRCU T IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA INCH1NCERY. \j G:C •*-: %  \liCSS ~ N ii NOTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON •, .;. %  • •'. %  ... yn ii'Kwer t • ll'i ibove % %  • Att->ii !' '• %  Mia %  : i %  • ••;. 1 |. I: A il A N >•! %  • LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE ClRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. o2C IMA.N %  i II. V MAK Till 'MAS. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti • lilt.Y MAI: Tin >M \.. \ |.i • -| nknownl I.II.V MAE Tim M \ P notified that a Bill of I 'omr.>r I'lvoree li.i, bei i IE i -' } ..-I mi.I : ,,• %  .,, • %• %  .. r..|i> .,' v ., %  \ %  %  .. .., Pleading to th BUI impl iim "" i IAtl'1 IIi MARVIN I W I RN KR, 913 \m>le\ ItulYdl .: \li %  n i :•: il. r da, and fill th. •• Islnul \n-,i ..• %  Pleuding in il.. .II,. ii %  "li k ..• n .• cin ill %  %  .i on ..i before ill19th da> of I uary. < %  •'• %  : if you ri: to do .. judxmeni by default will be taken uaalnet you foi th.relief demanded In thRill "i Comptylnt Thl* notice *ha'l be published ..n.-e each e.i( for four <-.>nserjti\e week* in THE JEWISH Fl.oKl'MA.v DONE A.Nli IIRI>I:RI I. ,t Miani. ri.irida. thillth .1 i v ol .l.iinari, A.D. IS6S i: l: UEATHKRMAN ri-r'„ 1 'Ire lit %  '..a ;. I lade Count., I • nrlda >. I R> ; I! II I.AN W Vi I '. ;. Hi I lei MARVIN I WIENER, i:, 013 Aln-lBntMlnn M i %  -'. I' nrlda, Attn %  for Plaint % %  ^^^ | | j.Jij ; j. .<, CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OADE COUNTY. FLA. No. 61C 13558 MARY JEANINE PEAV V. Ialntl! v Ht'iMl p : \\ v. I lefi ndant. NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION Vi i". ii i"i n P: :A\ Y, %  -• Pine \ \.. \ i -1 '• i: ire noi Ifle I t" -. -\.i mr i n %  to Piplain i .,.:.\ %  ..n • r-i-:" %  itl .vi.-'. CSKl IR IK Nil 'Hir,AS '-"v IV • I SI Mlar ; ind file rlain il wli %  • 11 ourl :.%  I rj *. 1 • %  :i • plaint wli.i .. ; • VTI:: i I >ei embei 51 UiJl II, -. IKRM \N. i" ill ;•.. :: ii LANWAY. : put> < 'lerk I! 2 • %  %  %  N %  rii I • >V SI IT rl >R PIVl >RI '. IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 146 Si 'PHIA I "P.l'l •. IXl'. v PI nl \ VINTKN %  • i 1 ilKNi 'I \ 1 • %  •• %  i SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  \ \. s iitlK!>lKNTIA .. .• \ • h on t v • %  %  \. .. i • %  '!-..•• \ %  VINCENT r INPIA. I thai .f i u...-. ha '• n file-1 von ind y-m iri ri quire I %  %  .. ip> \ %  .. : i • in. Bill • %  • %  Pla %  %  : %  \ \ .: n II RIBIN. \ | %  Ituildinjj :: l l : ( ti v • i %  idling %  %  %  f thi ... | t Court o fore I 'i • : ful I lo *o, J iditmen I h> de^ • i i.: a I nel i ou I oi ll'e r..l|< l.lel in til : %  • %  \ : \ \ %  %  : %  ':i:i: < %  ,• %  A i • VTHKP.MAN ....• %  •. ;:. I. H. I. \N" \ s '• %  .; %  : 12%  -.'-' LEGAL NOTICE IN THC C DUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M735-A \RE I" '.. • of Rl lltERT I SI'HEER Hi %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS rou HIV in • .... tati • %  I:>i: ; :i:'. .•a-.vl. ...:, *.' %  %  ••''"' :li Una. to thi Cieml if I lade Coun nd • : the %  me m dnplh it. ind p • •: iil li M ... Pli.ii'la Statuti -. In i 1 flee* in r %  ii ii -.i.l. i -..inii.. I ',.. %  i • i wKiiln i:. '..: %  %  I .'. ...... m< I.'-I puW i-ii. i, if, or the .iulll l>. I. .-r. .1 i i H! M .I'I.. Klorida. thi* i % %  •ii li> •.' i %  • Ir. 1961. MTXBTTK I .-' HEER Am-lllar; AdmlnUi itrU BEN BHSEN, I:.-, inn Seybold Bide Miami %  %  -. Florida 12 2. I --IL'-If NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'nTlii: IM HICRCtlY lilVEN that the underiiiKned, de*lrl < In eng-uce In hutdnen* under the tlct tloue name of MKTA IMSIP.II'.L l-i.l'.S at 20.100 N I'.'. 12th Court, N Miami Hea.h. Pla., in-^ tend* i" reffiiiter -. i name with th*' i l.-rk ol Hie i 'In alt i' %  t ol i %  ..in i County, Florida .i \iK .;KIISSM \N ; PAIL KVVITNI;\ Attorney fur A i; licanl 120 Llni %  -in R I I 19-26, 2/2 9 CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE O.SSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIOA TO A 1.1, Tl • U IP i SI THESE PRESENTS' SHALL COME. IJREETINi W'her.:,.. LEON KAPLAN MlAMf, Fl.i IRHIA CELIA H IRVIS Ml AMI. FLORIKA A NNi: li \NI 'Ll iN, MIAMI. Fl.i -i:. 'A .1 il m the :.-h %  I ij of Jill) A.l< • %  .. .%  • ii in .' of .. I i •• stnl v M IN CM KXTRIOERS INC., porution, %  *'. if* :. i ti.: :•' < >f li r-11,.— II MI w: • \pi: ,.. \ y, In the State %  %  i ind in : he pr %  d such %  %  irp ra i II .li.i on tli"th if Noi A l> !:• ... -. • • .1 •.' %  ( %  .. tin Si %  -.I \ if .-•,-. .%  he State .. I i %  i I if \m. nil I'haiiEliiH .-.•.n.iii. tn AMERICAN Al.CMINl'M RXTRCOKRS, INC ml whi >t"i i.iuil'ir* i ..n the th da' lanu \.l). I "12, % %  • :.. fill I .' ll -tin i %  (.ii > id si ite il thi si if Florida, Coneei ill the *to hol.1er> indi thi irovlHions I %  'hapti i • %  '• Flo • Stal • %  % %  inn the .li-%  ; %  i %  •' %  %  lion N.i' ; Secretary of State ii.• reb> ... (tolllK an I thai -.'-'. i ll I ll'r n %  :' IM I compiled %  .. IN WITNESS WHKR1 %  • 1. -1 11 T i:-. II %  e sfl \. .1 the ireal Sea I th* Sta V till '..•;. thi .ii'Tll da %  IAN v::' A P. IK lull \HAMS .. • .i NDTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON IN THE CiRCO T COURT OF JIHME .n.l Mi., II • %  -| '• %  ... THE CRCU T COURT OTHE • %  ""I '"" • %  p, EV = NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF • K %  •"! %  nhow* im.viil. -• F\ )fl ^A IN A.NO FOrt DAOE '' ui I 11 iv.I I' Slat'lte*. ll • COUNTY N CHANCERY, lei Sef'U-i ., %  %  i-ide I I'I i %  No s c jaj rementa i.v Rlrerelde x,,.,-,,.., i .• r.\ iiepbur' AdniinlntrnP-lx •.-: Lincoln Rd Mian I Ren : „n, i Divorce h... been filed ... ..,. and you arrequfred to oi i.i >.. :• %  A.nwer or lie and three br % %  Philip llerkel S.-rv |OHN WALTER WRIOHT, "• indep li-ection or RIvemMe !•.(. -.. %  NOTICE BY DUBLICATION Y..O John Walte, Wrhrl Chape!, N irn ind) l-i. MR*. JUL A NEKRITZ • %  • '~;''";:. l i";' ... |e nandi I "ll o i. ,; %  '. I onee • • • I.. IRUI VN '^JULANEKRITZ ,ml eMdemunknown ,,, ... :v S | 1 H.OR 1'IAN. died .l.in 1" : • ONE v imi l if n*n in.in N.M with Ihi %  •.i • ml., i of Worknerv. i ,. ,.. hei hue p. A i i .. eon Service* Bui of Rlvemlde Mi,' ,, ''' I STANLEY V POSNER XN [• %  died lai IN THE CIRCU. T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 62C 86 WEST si in :> SAVIN-IS I>.\N ASS 'IATIN -. .%  K : n n fi itll.LARt> E HALL MIS I HALL I • NOTICE OF SUIT .,,: > I II \I 1. ind %  -. H \| | s.w ::•' %  • tiklal % %  '. I • I • • it thi ive i-aptl %  "• I" i ..l ... • Flor,.. .. lade Cmn -, rtaaa %  ......i ... %  • :) 1...I ii i. %  M SECONP AI'M Til IN Tl I CAROL CI PY. n to the l".at th.i %  ... •;-. H Pane :She I Pulill '.Hi li %  In Tmetlii r %-ph O.E i >' I M • I %  C..E Ranee M idi I I > pd to file ) iur an, .v. ;.' Ii %  %  Mini lint with tin' Clerk ui the il ••• said Court ind serve enpt there .f npi.n plalntlfr* a'tor• .-v M VRTIN FIXE 14th Elo %  Dade |, il rtuttdtn*. Miami IS, < not later than Eebruar) 12th, 1962. or %  i 11..." • %  %  pro '' mfeeei i a be ell '. red icainat I luted l inuar) I, 1962 K. B i K vrm:i:M vv Clerk of the Circuit .'.• art leeal) B' R H IASWAT, i leput) • MARTIN I INK i %  %  M : ... Federu H Ml ."'i 'PI i CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE D SSOLU'TION IN THE NAVE AND 3V THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tl i ALL Tl • WHi IM THESE PR RNTS sll M.I. !%  iME, HREETIN' \\ i... • ,iMil, i %  N i: MANXHELM KR. MIAM • r : M'H 1 %  i IRI ^ IE VNKT PE H KRSTii I I MIA Ml \CH I'I. i iRIH \. HO VR H v M'EISS, MIAMI BEACH, FLOR \ ibi) .f May, \ l' 1958 : %  • bi II p orated nd tho pi ..\ ielon* .'i %  • %  '• PI i Statute*, DETROIT, INC t Ion, with it.prim Ipal placi bus ,,,.. :,; M I A Al I BEACH, DADB COCNTY. in thtS 'i. in.l \\ hen ar I hi ..... .f lid • lay Innuarj III %  • %  to b* tiled in the Of I • %  '< State ol tin Stati if Florida, -i authentli idopted bj the Ktoel I • tlie pnn %  t >.i % %  i %  1 \...... i i .r .... rel>) tify l the I re thai tin vi i 'i ol I • hai i nniplie %  IN \-. r.N W HERKoF h. euntn sei ivu ind iffixeri thi Urea Sea d the Stati %  i" %  %  i %  ihi '' ipli thl* tli SECOND d:n i JAM VRY, A I'.'' ,-.:,H TOM ADAMs ... %  61 %  %  %  i W i II i V WA' i NOTCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ %  • I1VEN thai %  flclil i ".. THE 7.:\ \ \ vRTMENTS it 7 | M %  PAI IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. rJo 54079 B IN RE: Eetate ol l-KIRIPIDKS PAi'l\> k i KCKIPII IES I'AI'A/.' "ii.m Deceaeerl. NOTICE TO CREOITORS I'.. Ml Creditors and All Perron* Hav IIIK Cluiro* nr Dem ind* Attain*! Bald |..Stilte. You ..'• i.i-'.. notified and requlr.1 tn preaenl an) clalme and den Ifl .hi.li you ma) have again*! ti tate .1 EITRIPIDES lAl'l'As i i KCRIPIDES PAPA/i MJI.I ir .1 I ite of I hide "limit. P la, I • 'otmt) Judaea of i la I and ii!.. i he %  i i h flcei 'oUlll) I • %  Florid,! i : inn >i\ calendai the date of 1 I in r. ..i. ir th i %  %  wll VTHINA KIREAKI \ HtM.AS COLA '. 1XSTEIS '• %  I '': v\\ | in i % 



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    "(Jewish Flor idian
    Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
    Volume 25 Number 2
    Miami, Florida. Friday, January. Id, 1962
    Two Sections Price 20?
    Samuel friedlaud
    Sam Malawi
    Max Oroviti
    Carl Wrinkle
    Joseph Lipion Stanley C. Myers Sidney Le/courf
    23 LEADERS NAMED
    Sam Blank
    Federation Announces
    New Executive Body
    r i .-natioH of :i new executive
    in itu i the Greater Miami
    ish Federation has been an
    unccd bj A. .1. Harris, prcsid n*
    Col Kovens
    A. I, Norn's
    I
    Dacid Cotimon
    Howard Kane
    Eshkol Satisfied
    With Talk Here;
    xpects
    H in is lescriblng the new com
    ttee -i- marking a "very ini
    i rtanl change in I" deration struc
    tun o said the group
    no., co lists of off icers; < hairme
    Hi ma >r standi' j committees
    and five to ten members appointed
    bj the pr< si lent from .. list sub
    mitte : i j the nominatin ct mi
    lee The ne i executn e com mil i
    i> made up i
    A. .1 Harris, president; Sam .1
    Heiman, honorary president: Judge
    Irving Cypen, vice president; Sid-
    ney Lefcourl, vice president; Mrs.
    Stanley C Myers, vice president
    Harold Thurman, vice president
    Carl Weinkle, vice president; Jos
    eph M Lipton, treasurer; Ernes)
    Janis, associate treasurer; David
    Catsman. secretary; Cal Kovens,
    associate secretary; Samuel \.
    Friedland. chairman of the boar.)
    oi trustees; Jack Gordon, chair-
    man of the budget committee;
    Howard Kane, chairman of the
    campaign committee; Stanley C.
    Myers, chairman in cl arge ol com
    munity planning; Leonard Abess.
    Sun Blank, Shepard Broad, Na-
    than Gumenick. Leon Kaplan. Jay
    Ki.-lak. A .1. Muiasky, ami .Max
    Orovilz.
    Federation officials expressed the
    hope thai this streamlining oi the
    Federation's t o i> policy making
    body will permit "great flexibility"
    of operatii ns,
    "Important decisions can now
    be made bj a group which can
    convene quickly, and because of
    its compactness it can resolve
    Continued on Page 11-A
    NEW YORK (JTA) Satis-
    faction with his present visit to
    i,i L'nited Sta es an v ith the re-
    ul;s ol tu- financial discussions
    i Washington was expressed here
    Tuesday by Israel's Finance Minis-
    er Le> i Eshkol prior to his de-
    parture for Israel
    Mr Eshkol. who stayed three
    eeks in this country meeting
    members of the Kennedy Admini-
    tration and conferring with lead
    r> ol the United Jewish Appeal
    n I the Israel Bond Organization,
    aid he anticipated that the Israel
    Government will obtain a loan ot
    etween $35,000,000 and S30.000.000
    from the World Bank in Washington
    on. The Israel Government, he
    1 led would be able to utilize pro-
    eeds from that loan this year.
    In general, he said, he had
    "very friendly discussions" with
    a number of leading Washington
    officials, parf:cularly those con-
    cerned with finances and econo-
    my. Amonn the men with whom
    he con'erred in Washirjton //ere
    Secretary of the Treasury C.
    Douglas Dillion; Secretary of
    Agritu ture Orville Freeman; Eu-
    gene R. Black, president of the
    International Bank for Recon-
    s'ructirn and Development; and
    high officials in the State Depart-
    ment, the Export-Import Bank,
    the International Monetary Fund
    and ihe Agency for International
    Development. "Very friendly
    discussions," said Eshkol, "were
    h.ici ir at' of these a.id many
    other meetings."
    The Israeli Finance Minister said
    that United States Government aid
    u Israel will continue As for the
    pending World Bank loan, ear-
    marked for Israeli expansion of
    roads and highways and for the
    r.g of new roads, he said that
    he Bank was sending a mission to
    Continued on Paqe 3-A
    Former Ben-Gurion Advisor
    Gets 10 Years for Spying
    TEL AVIV (JTA) Lt Col
    Israel Beer, former personal mili-
    tary adviser to Prime Minister
    David Ben-Gurion, and professor
    ,i mihtao history at Tel Aviv
    University, was found euiltv su
    day by three District Court judges
    en three charges ot espionage. He
    was sentenced to 10 years imprison
    ment for parsing secret information
    to a foreign agent "with the inten-
    tion of injuring the security ol the
    State."
    Beer, who could have received
    life imprisonment on being con
    victed on the espionage charges,
    said he would appeal against bo:h
    the verdict and the sentence. "1
    had no intention ot injuring the
    seCUJ-ity of the State, nor have I
    injured it." he declared.
    Just before he entered the court
    room, Sunday morning. Beer told
    newsmen that he has been acting
    as his own counsel during the
    latter stages of his long, secret
    trial, because of a difference of
    opinion with his lawyer over de
    fense lines. He revealed also
    that the court had denied his re-
    quest"because of technical rea-
    ans" to call nine witnesses,
    among whom he listed Prime Min-
    ister Ben-Gurion; Deputy Defense
    Minister Slvmon Peres; Israel
    Galili, a high official of the De-
    Continued on Page 10-A
    AMBASSADOR STEVENSON
    . spokesmen for justice
    Top A ward
    For Stevenson
    SICK' COMEDIANS PAGE 16-A
    NEW YORK (JTA) Presi-
    dent Kennedy Monday hailed :'.i<>
    : .ii B'rith Ann Defamation
    League "as a spokesman lor equali-
    ty and justice, and as a guardian
    ol democratic ruins' which is
    "making important contributions
    I i America's demi eratic lega
    i he President made his si it i
    men; in a message to li
    Edward Schlutz, national chairman
    of the L< a. ue. in connection i
    he presentation ol the organiza
    tion"s annual "America's De
    i atic Legacy Awar I" to Adlai E.
    s even-on. chairman oi the L'nited
    tes delegation to the l'nited N.i
    lions The award was given al i
    luncheon culminating the ADL's
    49th anual meeting at the Plaza h i
    tel here
    In accepting the award. Mr St
    enson stressed that t h e United
    Stale.-, "has already proved bev > >
    Continued on Page 3-A
    *
    ADL Report Reveals Severe
    Restrictions in Private Clubs
    NEW YORK(JTA)Two-thirds of 1.192 clubs in the l'nited St
    including country clubs, as well as similar organizations in the cities,
    practice religious discrimination, it was reported here al the 49th an-
    nual meeting ol ihe B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation League which con
    eluded Monday. The report was made by Bernard Nath. of Chicago,
    chairman ol tin- ADL's civil rights
    committee, and was based on a
    special ADL study conducted dur-
    ing the last v ear
    R e I i g i o ii s discrimination in
    \n- rican club life, said Nath, is
    "far harsher and more severe"
    than it is in employment, efluca
    lion and other areas, and, "in the
    run. jus! as damaging." lie
    found club discrimination "a dis
    lurbing, astonishing" phenomenon.
    He reported thai the survey estab
    lished the following facts
    1. Sixty-seven percent of the
    clubs investigated781 clubs out
    of a total of 1,152 surveyedprac
    tice religious discrimination. Of
    Continued on Page 5-A
    l.'onnrd Abess Hurold ihur.rr-n
    Jay Kislak
    Shtpard Broad Mrs. S. C. Myers A. I. Molasky
    leon Kaplan
    Ernest Jam's
    Jack Gordon Nathan Gumenick living Cypen




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    Stevenson Gets
    ADL Award
    Continued from Page 1-A
    > possible doubt, for ourselves
    81 (! .ill the world, thiil there is no
    I rrier of race or worship or cul-
    ture which the unflinching practice
    is."
    Among the speakers was Philip
    ^ Klutzniek. honorary presld
    B'fial B'rith. and I'nited States
    Ambassador to the United Nation-.
    where he represents the delegation
    1 did by Mr. Stevenson on the
    UN Economic and Social Council.
    Eshkol Says
    He's Pleased
    With Talks
    Continued from Page 1-A
    Israel which will report hack to
    lh< officials in Washington prob-;
    ably by the end of March.
    "Thus.'" he staled, "if our plans
    ., c approved, we >hall be able to
    Utilize motiey from that loan dur-
    ir.fi our next fiscal year."" Includ-
    ed in the plans, he .said, is not only
    highwa) expansion but also, pos-
    f bly. use of some ol the tun is to
    complete railroads connecting the
    Nepev with the central part of Is-
    1. .'I
    The American Jewish communi-
    (j Eshkol said, is doing "superb*'
    k in aiding the Israel econonfy
    i i meeting Kith the trustees
    i he L'JA, lie said .mil attending
    i i i \ i vent-, he found thai
    m mi' oi the big I I \ givi rs hi
    i doubling this year's contril
    : i ompared with 19 I
    ;i leadi. and workers are
    mistic >'i meeting '.he -;
    ( r needs confi ontn i this
    \ ar's i mpaign, to raise lart i r
    .- [or immigrant absorption in
    .1 ior the consolidation of
    ultural settlements We ap-
    I u iti the i JA i fforts mosl pro
    lly." In1 stressed.
    As for the Israel Bond Organi-
    zation, Eshkol was laudatory of
    ihat organization's sale, in 1961,
    cf the highest yield in bonds
    since the bond drive was first
    launched in this country more
    than 10 years ago. Still bigger
    plans have been made for the
    next year, he said, and the
    achievement of these higher
    i.oals will result in expansion of
    srael's agricultural irrigation
    network as well as the creation
    cf new industries in the Negev.
    I -"hkol expressed himseii .is
    , optimistic" in regard to
    neral economic outlook for
    Ing the next decade Giv-
    rtain i ondil ions, he said. Is-
    ild : r "able to i lost its a i
    o trade gap. or nar-
    lap to vcrj low pro] i r
    1970 The conditio
    .,.1 improvf men! in
    < country's economic position, he
    .ia. are: l Normalization oi the
    try's growth in population: .'
    'i nance of the present, rela-
    tive firm position m the country's
    .i curlty.
    Given these conditions," he st; (d. the day will come before the
    md of this decade when, by our
    urn efforts, we should he able to
    replace the inflow oi foreign aid,
    v nether from Governments. Ger-
    man reparations or the aid we re-
    ceive through IJA and similar
    sources. In two or three years,
    when present investments in the
    i xpansion of citrus farming and m-
    dufitry start yielding results, we
    should be able to increase our ex-
    ports from $400,000,000 a year to
    MHOO.OOO.OOO. In two years, we
    should start receiving income from
    the new industries developed in
    the Dead Sea area at a cost of $50,-
    000,060.
    "The steady growth of private in-
    vestments will be of vital value
    to us." Mr. Eshkol concluded.
    "Furthermore, we know now that
    for good projects we shall always
    be able to find investment monies
    Page 3-A
    Successful investing
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    let Dade Federal savings help
    with your* decision.
    You're SURE with funds at
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    '5,700,000.00 was paid to our savers in 1961. Saving is
    investing, when you can share in generous earnings like these. Why
    overlook the surest, safest way to build cash reserves...financial security,
    too? Check your present investments and ask yourself these questions:
    YES NO
    Can you maintain high yield and safety without constant super-
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    14 Shebct 5722
    Award to
    Mr. Stevenson
    THC UTTlf tOK TW S6CAME Ml AlAWMNSIAMP
    )- i
    The Anti-Dc
    i B'ri h is ;o be co: .
    lot a ax d to *.:.. .
    - nson F?w mei
    Western world outrank him u
    :on Mr. Stevenson has
    rr.cice :c peace since his assump-
    tion c: the post he now occupies.
    No one could have been more
    pessimistic with respect to the
    iuture of the United Nations than
    the Ambassador, himseli, follow-
    ing the trcgic death of Dag Hom-
    marskjold. Repeatedly, Mr. Ste-
    venson warned this nation, and
    the honestly-motivated peoples of
    the globe, that Russian designs
    for a successor meant not, as the
    Communists announced, increas-
    ed democracy but death to de-
    mocracy at the UN.
    It was perhaps his own mar-
    shalling of world forces in behclf
    of the last hope for peace that in-
    spired Mr. Stevenson to his great-
    est achievement at the United Na-
    tions saving it. But America's
    Ambassador to the UN has since,
    end repeatedly, continued to per-
    form yeomen service there. Indeed, his contri-
    bution to the cause of international amity was
    a telling one from the inception of his duties.
    The sad fact is that, successful though he
    may be, Mr. Stevenson has not been partic-
    ularly happy at the United Nations. His re-
    sponsibilities are huge, and the task reward
    ing, but those who know the Ambassador per-
    sonally continue to recognize in him the yearn-
    ing for "even greater things."
    This, of course, is reflected in his own two-
    time candidacy for President. Bui it would at
    least seem apparent that those who failed to
    support him in 1952 and 1956 on the basis of
    his cileged "Hamlet complex,'- find complete
    repudiation of such evaluations of him in Mr.
    Stevenson's stunning record at the United
    Nations.
    Those who called him an "egghead lib-
    eral" who would be "soft on Communism,"
    now recognize that his greatest achievements
    in behalf of world peace thus far, are, neces-
    sarily perheps, explained by Mr. Stevenson's
    cbility always to meet and sometimes to beat
    the Communists at their own game.
    President Kennedy recognized this in him
    when he appointed Mr. Stevenson as U.S. Am-
    bassador. The President, who hailed the Anti-
    Defamation League and its award this week,
    finds himself clearly vindicated in his choice.
    So. too, has the ADL made a splendid choice
    in Adlai Stevenson.
    Sixty years of J MS (idoi-e*;
    JTZk
    need remains a very real thing, far from dimin-
    ished and, as a matter of fact, on the rise.
    The encouraging view here is that the
    need c:.ses from a country vibrant in its ex-
    panding activities on a variety of fronts rather
    than from indolence and indigence- both com-
    mon to the Middle East generally.
    Perhaps Mr. Eshkol was successful in his
    Washington talks for this very reason. Our
    nation admires en industrious people; there
    can be no more telling accolade to Israel
    today.
    Mr. Eshkol Does Well
    Despite recent official pronouncements in
    Washington that no more U.S. loans would be
    forthcoming to Israel because Israel, in the
    eyes of our government, has made sufficient
    progress no longer to require them, Levi Eshkol
    came away this week from top level talks in
    the nation's capital with high hopes for some
    $30 million in aid funds during 1962.
    Mr. Eshkol is Israel's able and affable
    Finance Minister, and acting in this capacity,
    he has presumably done well in his country's
    behalf.
    Legal Delay on ARAMCO
    The delay on the ARAMCO decision in
    New York is en unhappy one. From an objec-
    tive point of view, the principle involved is a
    clear one.
    Those arguing the case have said that
    New York State can not expect to change
    Arab attitudes with respect to Jews. But the
    American Jewish Congress, which initiated
    the proceeding, declares that New York State
    can certainly prevent the Arabs from practicing
    these attitudes there.
    Simply, this means that ARAMCO should
    unquestionably be required to bring an end
    to its discriminatory hiring policies or close its
    operations in the Empire State.
    The extent of the discrimination has been
    illustrated by ARAMCO legal tactics aimed at
    disqualifying witnesses who are members of
    the Zionist Organization of America or the
    American Jewish Congress. Apart from the
    obvious ideologic reasoning of the defense
    here, it is also a way of boning witnesses on
    the basis of their religion.
    No courtroom tactic adopted by ARAMCO
    could more clearly spotlight the principle being
    argued in the case than this; for it tells us pre-
    cisely the method of operation of the Arabian
    American Oil Company in New York all along.
    As AJCo.igress has already indicated: To
    change American policy with respect to Arab
    discrimination against Jews abroad is a matter
    . for Washington one Washington, incident-
    ally, has thus far neatly managed to avoid.
    It would be a generally happy occasion to But to change an Arab oil company's discrim-
    come to the conclusion that the U.S. is correct inatory hiring practices in New York is hardly
    in its surmise of the Jewish State. But contin- beyond the means of the decently-motivated
    uing successes there notwithstanding, Israel's people living there.

    during (he week
    ... as i see it
    by LEO MINDLIN
    .
    BERHAPS the most illumin-
    ating. and most Infuriating,
    conclusions of the recent teen
    age conclave spon^pfed !>y th
    Greater Miami Jewish C
    munity Center were to be
    found in the young peoples'
    session on Jew sh and secular
    education. For these showed
    the paiticipanls at the height
    of their grandiloquence, sell
    contradiction, end compnlsivi
    need to hlame all save themselves i./ratikkj>confe>fl*l^tJrihic\< within
    the context of schools and hook learning. In the matter of general
    education, the teen-agers, among other things, criticized the fact that
    less than one-half" of tin subjects of ered ".no into depth to sal -:.
    They openly admitted their inability to speak and writs a., wi I
    as they should, but almost immediately added to thi- disarming])
    honest evaluation that their errors are "overlooked." and that th, >
    would prefer to see all mistakes clearly marked" in order to
    lo correct them. Grading systems, ihej wise > surmised, are [air,
    but parents and teachers ire concerned with grades i
    with learning And; in an implii for the consequera tin .
    cautioned thai "homework i q ii ments ought to I :
    l w anl to say at the outset thai spit of d< : -y
    -.. ding, I am franfcl; ntcn i r the rn
    ern i live l es. As ai '
    man) t these profou tinis of th< ,.
    ben narent si.....
    t they are ca|
    id" >>>
    MFlfCriON Cf A HIRROa WORLD
    the young peoples mabashed confession to speaking
    writing failures il appears to me, sui generis disq i their
    value judgments. These failures art. in fact, all rooted m read
    failures in the individual leen-ager's general lack ol concern I
    serious literature of an) variety. Hence the inability to communical
    either intelligently or properly a weakness they can hard!) blame
    on the vicious, corrupt, scheming adult world about them. If the)
    do not readanil an) teacher will attest to the fact thai they do not
    the fault is far from germane to the modern educative process
    I can. 1 think, make an equally good case for the other criticism*
    raised by the teenagers, which they prii.cipally saw rooted in pari:
    and schools. But it would beg the issue, and this is why-their con
    elusions proved so infuriating, that willy-nilly the GMJCC conclavi
    participants arrived at many truth- For young people are, in fact
    images of the mirror world aboui them. Whatever may be said o(
    their foibles, let no one underestimate their shrewd ability to ''make
    do"here reflected so neatly in the interpretation of their acute
    intellectual sloth a.- the result of some external failure in teacher
    parent, or school.
    Sh,fling the blame in the secular sphere of education successfully
    stimulates an impressive constellation They have little care tor books and less for reading. Why should
    their children be different'' Their values are material and amoral
    Can their children's be otherwise? They regard school.- ai passport1
    to socially acceptable and economically alfluent status rather than
    centers of learning for their own sake. Why should their childrei
    adopt a more winning point cf view?
    : *
    AMATtURISH fAILUKl AT CAMOUHAGI
    IN the SPHERE of religious education, the problems are mon
    complicated \; thi recent Greater Miami Jewish Commumt)
    nti r conclave, the teen-agers said that the most enduring
    asanl morii came from Sunday school because of the emphasi>
    there on thing- the) could understand thai the moral- and ethics el
    young people derive from theii total life experiences rather thai
    from Jewish education: that religious school starts at too earl)
    age and h omes repetitious year after year, -o that many child
    refuse lo continue; that tin-re is too much homework, which is ad
    (o a homework schedule from public school; anil that Jewish ed
    lion could be improved by starting at a later age, and not makini
    seem like a requii i ment.
    One car go on an i on with their catalogue of dissent, all of wl
    .- infinitely more hypocritical than the omnicient view- the yo
    Ii adopted in their study of tin secular field. In the latter, wl.
    the landmarks are less foreign, they could readily camouflage then
    absolute intellectual non-motivation with the sort of cunning unavail-
    able to them in the exotic surroundings of religious school. Here,
    the effort was more difficultand more visibly amateurish.
    Let it be said at the outset that the young peoples' unanimou-
    praise of Sunday school is the besl kind of indictment one can launch
    against the Sunday school system Pleasant memories" and thing*
    one can readily understand" bear absolutely no relation in fact or
    fancy to proper education: indeed they raise ugly suspicions thai
    such menu ries merely pander to teen-age reticence in the matter ol
    seif application be it to education or to any other task.
    Where young people bemoan the early age at which Jewish edu-
    cation begins, they are in fact bemoaning that it must begin at all
    Where they argue that it is repetitious, they simply stoke the fire ol
    their own antiintellectiialism; for all education is necessarily repeti-
    tious, as Aristotle so valiantly indicated.
    f- > -a.
    PAKIHTS AS CONSISTENT 'OOT'
    TO COMPLAIN OF excessive homework, "which is added to a
    homework schedule from public school," is to have forgotten the
    criticism in the other area: that the public school does not require
    enough homework. Hence, the plaintively voiced objection with re
    speet to the religious school must be interpreted, again as a totality,
    that there is any homework demand at all.
    When it is argued that Jewish education should not "seem like
    a requirement." and that for this and other stringent reasons "80
    many children refuse to continue," the nub of the hypocrisy emerge-
    in all of its immature naivete. What the teen-agers want is painless,
    suuar-coated religious school an impossibility if school is ever, any-
    where, to mean anything at all.
    Out of a sense of decency. I prefer to ignore the outrageous
    "chutzpah" implicit in the conclavism that young peoples' mot
    "derive from their total life experiences" rather than from Jewish
    education. It i> simply too tempting a springboard for devastation
    But the fundamental issue here is that children can simply "re-
    fuse to continue" religious school. Do parents, in their most Ixratii
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    Friday. January 19. 1962
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    !
    ADL Report Reveals Restrictions in Private Clubs
    Continued from Page )-A
    the 781. thr* were 6*1 "Christ-
    ian" clubs excluding or limiting
    Jewish membership; while *0
    were "Jewish clubs" excluding
    r limiting inemberehip** Christ-
    ians.
    2. The raf'-s of discrimination
    v.ire 72 percent in country clubs.
    C pcreenl in city clubs. By regi ins,
    i'( rates were "4 percent m the
    North Atlantic states; 73 perceni
    irTTER TO THE EDITOR-
    n the Midues'; 60 percent u> the
    South and Southwest areas Of the
    United States; and 58 percent in
    he Far West.
    3 Of the 781 clubs that were
    'PUUi >M, or 90 percent, maintained their
    estrictions "unoltieially"\< ithout
    eligious tnrnr-rs in their constitu-
    iui.- or by-laws Tile remaining
    a enforced rf'lis'ous restrictions
    'hat were officially" written into
    !i :: con ti ut:on or by-laws.
    Rabbi Agrees Parental
    Role Must Reign Supreme
    EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
    I ayree fully with Leo Mindlin's
    evaluation o: the parent-child re-
    lationship: 'he breakdown ot pe-
    u ntai authority and the lack >:
    ; arent-teacher role of father and
    mot!.or
    Those of your readers who oc-
    t isionall) recite traditional
    i rayers, especially the Grace Ai-
    ii- Meals, are familiar with the
    phrases "Ovi-Mori, baal habbayis
    hazzeh Immi Morawsi, baaia~
    .^.li b.iyis hazzeh."
    "This means My FatherMy
    Teacher, master of this house .
    Camp Director
    To be Speaker
    Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
    I iih will hear George Stern next
    Wednesday. 12 to p.m.. at the Rrz
    I'laza hotel, according to Jacob (.'
    I'-hm.Th and Joseph Malek. chau
    men.
    Stern, of Nashville, Tenn.. is di-
    u-ctor of the Southern Zionist
    Vouth Commission, and director of
    amp Judaea, in Hendersonville.
    S'.C, sponsored by Hadassah and
    Zionist Organization of Amen
    ca
    Current events will be discussed
    M' \i n h Wolfs in, and there
    . i'l he community singing
    My MotherMy Teacher, mis-
    tress of this house ."
    When parents abdicate the teach-
    ing rele and delegate it in it.- en-
    tirety to outside forces, they for-
    mas'ery over the home and au-
    ; isequences have become obvi-
    ous, saulj obvious.
    The Biblical "vehu ylmshol bah"
    'and he shall have dominion over
    her does not set man as tyrant
    .ivi r woman: wisely, it sets up the
    symbol ol authority in the home:
    father. When the authoritative
    fa'her image is undermined and
    destroyed, made effeminate, the
    family crumbles and respect evap-
    orates.
    A return to Jewish principle- may
    remedy the situation.
    RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
    Miami
    EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
    Referring to the column. "Know
    Vour Heritage," I would be grate-
    ful if you would mention that:
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    4. Of the 781 discriminatory
    clubs. WO pratice total exclusion,
    141 permit a few or token members
    of other religious faiths to join.
    5. The total number of clubs
    studied included 693 that were con-
    sidered to have maximum prestige
    in their communities. Among these
    "prestige clubs." the report states,
    6o percent of them discriminate
    against Jews.
    The fact that such a high per-
    centage of clubs discriminated
    on the grounds of religion, said
    Nath, "indicates a serious fail-
    ure on the part of the American
    eommurvty, on the business and
    social level, to accept the individ-
    ual on the basis of his worth and
    merit alone." One tragic and di-
    rect consequence of the exclusion-
    ary practices of- the "Christian
    clubs," Nath said, "is the fact
    that almost eight percent of all
    the clubs studied were "Jewish
    clubs" and discriminated to one
    degree or another against Christ-
    ians." This is an example of the
    further institi.tionaiization of reli-
    gious prejudice and its perverse
    effects," he declared.
    "The extent of religious discrimi-
    nation is shocking and disturbing."
    TV Visit With
    Sen. Lehman
    A television visit with former
    l.S. Sen. Herbert H. Lehman will
    he presented on Direction., '62
    A Jewish Perspective" on ch. 10
    tlii- Sunday a: :; p.m.
    The program will be the third
    in a series of four entitled "A Good
    ly Heritage ol Jewish Tradition
    Te!evi-ion Portraits of Distin-
    guished Men of Our Time "
    The religion- series, telecast on
    lour Sundays in January, is pro-
    duced b\ the Jewiah Theological
    Seminary of America.
    Lehman's appearance will mark
    his third in this Seminary series.
    The script for the program which
    to, uses upon his wide humanitarian
    interests and activities, as well as
    upon his public career, was pre-
    pared by Harold Flender.
    ORT Confsb Will
    Hecr Ambassador
    By Special Report
    NEW YORKU.S. Ambassador to
    the United Nations Philip M. Klutz-
    nick v. ill address the 40th anniver-
    sary national conference of t h e
    American ORT Federation at the
    Hotel Commodore here on Sunda)
    Move- A. Leavill. executive vice
    chairman of the Joint Distribution
    Committee, and Hobart H. Sum-
    mers, assistant supenn'endent of
    schools for vocational education in
    the City of Chicago, will also ad-
    dress the sessions
    Some 500 Jewish community
    leaders from all parts of the coun-
    try, representing 100.000 members.
    are expected to attend ORT. the
    (irganizalion for Rehabilitation
    through Training, is the Jewish
    overseas vocational education and
    economic assistance agency. II
    maintains over 600 trade an.l tech-
    nical education centers in 20 coun-
    tries
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    Mr Nath stressed. "True, com-
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    club- are strategic elements in the
    power structure of a community
    Many more foster undesirable and
    undemocratic social practices.
    Such clubs singly may be only min-
    or sources of irritation but. in their
    totality they represent a tormi*-
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    titudes. Since they represent the
    attitudes of individual Americans,
    they signify that education for de-
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    has a Ions way to 40 in the United
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    "while private clubs do overlap
    into areas of public concern, they
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    privacy that cannot easily be dis-
    missed. There is therefore some
    comfort to be gathered from the
    tact that 33 percent of the private
    clubsincluding some of the most
    celebrated in the countrydo not
    v iscriminate on religious ground- "
    The nationwide survey, called "A
    Study of Religious Discrimination
    oy Social Clubs." was conducted by
    the League's civil rights division
    under the supervision of Arnold
    Forster, its genera! counsel

    Dr. Liptzin to Speak
    Dr. Sol Liptzin. professor of com-
    parative literature a; City College
    of New York, and chairman of the
    Commission on Jewish Affairs of
    the American Jewish Congress, wi I
    address students of the Junior High
    Department of the Hebrew Acade-
    my on Friday. Rabbi Alexander
    S. Gross, principal ot the Academy,
    will introduce the speaker.
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    Friday, January 19. 1962
    Bias Body Delays ARAMCO Ruling
    NEW YORK(JTA)The New York State Commission Asam.st The ARAMCO lawyer also failed
    Discrimination postponed this week for a. least two months a decision in an attempt to seek the dismissal
    in rSJ series of legal moves ... end discrimination against -he em- of the arUi-Jewiah charges,
    ployment ot Jews by Araroco. the Arabian-American Oil Company. |n reply. Shad Polier. vice prea.
    which operates vast oil refining facilities in Saudi Arabia. ulent of the American Jewish Con
    After two doys of hearings here
    bj ,i three-member panel of it- he would perm
    commissioners. SCAD ordered the
    a'torneys for the American Jewish
    Congress which initiated the anti-
    on fight, and counsel for Aramco
    to file briefs b> Feb 19 After the
    date, each' side will lave two
    Aceks more to submit briefs an
    swering tin other side Then S LD
    will decide whether to hold further
    oral argunu nt.
    Mayor Tom Sasso. ot North Miami, is honored in City Hali
    Council Chambers with the 1962 Markel Industries Award tor
    Americanism. The handsome onyx and gold "Freedom Fig-
    ure" is being presented by Harry Markowitz (right1, president
    ot Markel Industries, one of Dade county's pioneers in indus-
    trial land conversion and development. The award carries
    the inscription, "For Dedication to our American Heritage and
    the Ideals ot Freedom Contributing to the Strength and Great-
    ness of our Citv and Nation."
    Aliens Must
    Register Here
    Immigration officials this week
    i thej an '"well pleased with
    the response oi alien-, in Florida
    to addn ss report requirement*
    Edward !' Aherns. district direc-
    toi "I the Immigration and Natu-
    i iza i Set i ict stated that the
    i not In fai is well
    . i a ol the number reporting
    _ sami pi; lod last year
    Aliens have until the end of
    January to submit their address
    reports to the U.S. Government.
    Forms for the purpose may be
    obtained at any Po Office or
    any off-ce of the Immigration
    and Naturalisation Service.
    are reqinri those ex-
    i at include
    accn lited to
    ci tan
    11 n> v ho were admitted
    temporaril) as as icultural work-
    < -
    Alien- who .in mu ors must also
    n port but I h < parent or leii.il
    ri ai liai should submit the report
    fo an icn ihild under 14 yean
    ot ..u.
    Newspaperman to Talk
    Bernard Silver, representative ol
    the Jewish Day, spoke on Israel
    in the Eyes ot ihe Non-Jew" al a
    meeting ol the Miami Beach Zion-
    i-t District Luncheon Club or,
    Wednesday noon .it the Ritz Plaza
    hotel I'r Abraham Wolfson dis
    cussed current events Jacob Fish-
    riian an i Joseph Ma lek >< i re i hair
    men ol the e\ ent
    HoHman Elected
    Harrj L Hoilman was reelected
    president of t h e Greater Miami
    rhaptei 6 of the Florida Restau-
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    week .. the Park Lane Cafeteria
    hi Huh .,h Othi i officers i .< > ti I
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    ----ogress, who i> serving as the organ-
    Tzauon's eoun>el in the case, p
    " ,h'- commission- ^ lh;|| AHAMC() ,.u^ (hc
    ers to answer the part ol Bordeau s |possibilit> of travel to Saudi Ara
    question dealing with affiliation bia a~ a formula to dlsguisi
    with the
    gress
    Am.-near; Jewish Con-
    One session was marked by an
    unsuccessful attempt by Chester
    Bordeau, attorney for ARAMCO,
    to impugn the impartiality of
    the SCAD members who con-
    ducted the hearing.
    Both Conway and another com-
    missioner, Mrs. Mary Louise
    Nice, then said that they are not
    Jewish, and not members of the
    American Jewish Congress. They
    also said that they had never
    contribufej to the organiiation.
    The third commissioner, Ber
    nard Katien, said he was Jewish,
    but was newer affiliated with the
    AJCorgress and never contrib-
    uted to it. y
    iait thai it i- actually honorin i
    commitment to its business pa
    ner Saudi Arabia to ex<
    Jews from an> part of its payi
    fore;.'! oi domestii
    I he State of New York
    requ re Saudi s r a bia to a
    i, Pol er said "But Si
    can and should bar ARAM( 0 fi
    icting a- the tool and agent
    fore, p i in \ tolating the
    ii the state
    He propriet) of
    tfie question, howe\ei an l sa I
    that the fact that he was not aftil
    Bordeau. asked the three com-
    missioners whether any of them
    was ever affiliated "ith members,
    officers or employees of or con- AJCongress "shoulc
    tributor, to the America Jewish .. tha.
    i ongress or an\ organization af-
    filiated with the world Zionist rgmzau>n.
    movement Citing ironi the pur
    poses of the American Jewish Con-
    gress, Bordeau noted thai it a
    one of its amis to support the es
    lablishmenl of a Jewish National
    Home in Palestine.
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    More than :>2 million trees have
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    during tin- last !.'> years through
    the efforts of the Jewish National
    Fund, to which students of Beth
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    The school will be presented with
    an award b) the JNF Miami office
    lot n- contribution during the pre-
    vious sch
    Al.-o planned is an assembly and
    a Tu B'Shevat luncheon tendered
    b) the religious school PT \
    Highlight of the program will be
    a parade ot the students from the
    school building t.p the planting
    area
    The ARAMCO attorney said that
    if any members of the Commission
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    Jewish Congress or with -i Zionist
    group he would ask that thej be
    disqualified Describing Bordeau's
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    Gordon Elected Chairman of Metro;
    Eyes Downtown Expressway Starter
    Alex S. Gordon has been elected (ionion is a graduate o
    Wi22^S5-^mTS r^T"'1,;"1" coR"T ,Uw- sa mrb,,r ;;' "rK,or,ds
    unanimous practiced law in Boston and was Massachusetts Bar Assns,
    a special agent of the FBI from
    1939 to 1945, alter which he re-
    signed to enter private law prac-
    tice in Florida.
    His local activities include terms
    ;.- past president of t h e Miami
    Gordon is a graduate of Boston Beacn Bar Awi ,,.,, pres,dent of
    lub. and
    da and

    Tcp lawyers discuss the leqal community's participation in
    the Combined Jewish Appeal. Left to right are Circuit Judge
    Irving Cypen, Mayor Kenneth Oka, Leon Kcplcn. end Mcr
    she" S. Harris.
    Minneapolis Police Comb
    City for Synagogue Vandals
    MINNEAPOLIS (J"BA)
    Teams detectives combed sev-
    . as i Minneapolis this week
    ,:, for ciui to the vandals
    .;( >l swastikas on ii\ c
    ii and the I Diversity <>i
    Minnesota Hillel Foundation build-
    ii -
    ;.i< k 5w astika was found on
    i acade ol the Adath Jesburun,
    i' rges! Conservative congrega-
    t it Minnesota. Also smeared
    o the Facade were the words "Ju-
    aj lti< -rein" and "Heil Eichmann."
    Red swastikas were found on
    our northside synagogues, along
    JWV Auxiliary Luncheon
    Mrs Frieda Cohen will be host-
    Bl a paid-up member-bring-a-
    n mber luncheon for the Marry H.
    >hen Surlside-Ray Harbor Auxili-
    Im Jewish War Veterans, on Tucs-
    lda> noon at the New Yorker hotel
    President is Mrs Anna Cohen, and
    Mesdames fladye Reiner and Sadye
    1 ai i;.i v are chairmen.
    with the phrase "we are back
    again." The swastika on the
    HiHel house, with the words,
    'here we are, here we come,"
    was found by a Protestant Min-
    ister.
    Pal WaHinc M ni apolis chiel
    el polii sa:d di*cli sing the in-
    ensive detectivi elfort. that he in-
    tended to extend the starch "to
    apprehend the persons responsible
    ior this vandalism." The local FBI
    office indicated il was watching the
    iniaiion.
    Samuel 1. Schri mer. director of
    Ihe Minnesota Jewish Community
    Relations Council, said the vanda-
    lism was no; the work of "kids."
    He asserted it w a the work of
    milts and par: arc parcel of the
    ieo-Nazi movement in this-coun-
    try "
    The smearings were strongly
    condemned by th< city's daily news-
    papers and in a resolution adopted
    by ihe interfaith conference of the
    American Religious Town Hall
    Meeting, .. group representing
    Protestants, Catholics, Jews and
    Seventh D..\ Adventists.
    inious
    (.hidon succeeds Hubert M. Hav-
    trlield. New vice chairman is Com-
    , inissioner Winston W. Wynne
    A former FBI agent, the 48-year-
    old six looter was horn in Chelsea,
    Ma s. Gordon is intensely mler-
    -ted in Metro bond projects. Some
    oi his announced goals for l!62 are
    a start on the downtown express-
    way, creation ol new Hade eounty
    park facilities and road programs,
    and the formulation ol long and
    short range capital improvements
    "I hope that I can live up to
    this confidence, and in the com-
    irg year we can all work together
    to make an outstanding success
    of this very fine instrument of
    government Metropolitan gov-
    ernmentfor all of the people of
    Dade ccunty," Gordon said.
    ded that he hoped the com-
    -mil would be able to bring
    about a better appreciation by ihe
    public in the theory, accomplish
    nients and objectives ol Metro, a
    relatively new concept in govern-
    me t, tounded in 1957.
    Chairmen oi the commission
    -i .\< for -.\ months, However, in
    the past all have served two terms.
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    Dr. Morton .1. Robbins. vice
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    Mtro Commissioner Charles Hall
    n recognition ol his "contributions
    o and interest in ihe Ktar Silver
    Agricultural. Training School"' at
    Ashkelon. Israel.
    Citation in behalf ol the ZOA was
    | at a recent meeting here of the
    Greater Miami Zionist District.
    The training school honors Dr.
    Abba Hillel Silver, a world re-
    nowned Zionist leader.
    Commissioner and Mrs. Hall were
    i ecent donors of a full scholarship
    to the school The scholarship will
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    lull year ol tut ion. room, hoard and
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    CM PHILANTHROPIC PORTRAIT
    Fins: Man of Quiet Achievement
    Justice Benjamin Cardozo's
    -.. i nt of li "the great vie-
    : life n ifti n st won in
    probabl; applies
    . Greater Miami bet-
    does l Abe C. Fine.
    man has
    sileni philan
    pj ... inki n to

    served si loi well In-
    - rs 01 emaming "be-
    he has typi-
    ..: ... ho bai Its
    i p strong belu i- with strong
    !<, -
    i :: om Providence.
    R 1 Fii e has been a steadfast
    supporter i the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation and its Com-
    bine.: Jewish Appeal.
    Long interested in the medical
    field, he i> a lounder and trustee
    of Mt Sinai Hospital,
    !! serves as a trustee of T< m-
    1 le !>rael. and is on the D
    , pment Committee ol T<
    B : Sholom
    His name v II b< r< ad
    in the newspapi rs I ul Vbe C
    I -, .-,., -,i n ong bi in
    -i ed on a wide varietj ol
    philanthropic rolls.
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    Legal leaders are rallying to trie 1962 Combined
    Jewish Appeal. Standing (left to right) are Sey-
    mour Gelber, Circuit Judge Irving Cypen. Rob-
    erf Koeppel, Howard Scharlin, Marshall S. Har-
    ris, Lawrence C. Porter. Seated are Robert
    Traurig, L. Jules Arkin, Miami Beach Mayor Ken-
    neth Oka. Leon Kaplan, James Mack, and Frank
    Marks.
    Outstanding success of the Pacesetters dinner, with its 25 pr > tat
    under discussion by these three community leade s. Left to ra i
    land, and Joseph M. Lipton.
    Middle East
    Expert Slated
    I)' Arieh L. Plotkip, noted lec-
    ture expert on Middle Eastern
    affairs, and former otlieer in the
    Israel Defense Forces, >.is to ar-
    rive in Miami i n 'an 18 U
    dies- g sen ol important I
    bined Jewish Appeal campaign
    mec .
    A rec nized aitlhoritj on in-
    ternational relations, int< rn
    al lau .: rative -
    ment, Dr Plotkin was educated at
    the unit i -i sitii ol Jerusali i and
    London.
    He obtained his MA and I'hJ)
    degrees from Princeton, where
    hi' taught in the Department ot
    Politics, and is a member of the
    American Political Science \--"
    and the American Society of In-
    ational Law.
    In the United States ..t pr< sent
    for teaching and research, Dr
    Plotkin live m Haifa, Israel,
    with his wile and two daughters
    Iwo key members o? tiis Grer w*
    on the 1962 New Horizon c><- 3n
    peal. They are Sam Sapio le-d Sfc
    founding president of Fe '''^''e
    OJonicn Jmm,eaders in &*ction to v'
    These are the outstanding Greater Miami women leaders who turned out at the home of Mrs. Jack Ablin. Picture at left shows Mrs. Inez Krens^
    left),


    Friday, January 19. 1962
    f'Jenisi' fhrHinin
    Page 9-A
    RIZONS
    SET JAN. 28
    x* f fcfcrease in contributions, is
    ;?M0iDan Rjskin, Samuel Fried-
    >, Miami Jewish Federation confer
    .--ijn ef the Combined Jewish Ap-
    - d Stan'ey C. Myers. Myers was
    a'-
    "
    Dentists Rally
    To (JAppeal
    A breakfast rails of the Den-
    tists Division oi Greater Miami's
    Combined Jewish Appeal will be
    held Sunda;. Jan. '.'8. at the Great-
    er Miami Jewish Federation
    building
    Dr. Charles Alenier, division
    chairman, urged a "record turn-
    out" for i he meeting.
    Co-chairmen tor the event are
    Dr. Melvin Becker, Dr. George
    A Graham. Dr. Jack Landsberg,
    Dr. Robert Litowitz, and Dr. Ar-
    thur Sokoloff.
    Vice cnalrmen are Dr Carl
    Baumann. Dr. Daniel S. Franco,
    ar.d Dr. Krnest M. llalpiyn.
    Committee members, according
    to Dr. Alenier. are Drs. K.rnesi
    G. Blasberg, Kobert M Cornfield,
    Richard E. Deutch, Edward E.
    Gailer, Fred Lee Goldberg. Fred-
    erick Goldberg, Elliot Gordon.
    Krank Ilackmyer. Herbert Katz.
    Muhael M. Krop. Joseph II. Lyt-
    ton, D. M. Michnoff, Jack H.
    Mishkin. A. Albert Moser, Stephen
    H. Reitcr.
    And Drs. Howard B Rosen,
    Morton Rosenbluth, Norman J.
    Russ, Oscar s. Ruskin. David J.
    Seitlin, Alan Solow, Harold Sweet,
    John D, Tabak, Her ram J.
    Thorpe, Allied E Viener, Harold
    Webman, Howard L Wellins,
    Lawrence A, Weston, Murray /in-
    ner, ami Edward E. Zwig.
    DR. CHARLES ALENIER
    Kovens Thanks
    Local Rabbinate
    "We are most grateful," said
    CJA Campaign Chairman Cal
    Kovens this week, tor the continu-
    ing awareness "that the Rabbis
    of Greater Miami are showing to
    those community needs idled by
    the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration and its Combined Jewish
    Appeal."
    Kovens said t h e open letter
    signed by Greater Miami rab-
    binical leaders, and the "follow-
    through that the letter indicates
    they will accomplish, will go a
    lonf way toward- reminding the
    Dadc county community that our
    traditions call tor active partici-
    pation in charitable and service
    (auses
    Women's Division Aims
    To Top Last Year's Tally
    \c*
    J lonz
    ons
    The all-OUt campaign ot the
    Women's Division to top their
    last year's Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal campaign totals got up a lull
    hi ad of steam last w e e k at a
    luncheon at the home of Mrs Jack
    Ablin. [initial Gifts chairman
    Last year. Mrs. Ablin pointed
    out. the Women's Division raised
    more than ton p'i" cent of the
    campaign total of SI.425.000.
    Mrs. C.irl Weinkle and Mrs.
    Inez Krensky, co-chairmen for
    the. women's campaign. an-
    nounced 'he appointment of sev-
    eral women : important posts.
    Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger and
    Mrs Leopold L Schwartz were
    -.>>'
    left), Mrs. Carl Weinkle, and Mrs. Ablin.
    named co-chairmen lor New Pros-
    pects Mi's. Dorothy Krieger Fink
    was named chairman of the
    speakers committee, and Mrs.
    William Brenner was selected as
    Office Volunteer Chairman.
    At the meeting with Mrs. Ablin
    were Mesdames Sidney Ansin.
    Samuel Beckerman. Ruth Johnson
    Berger. Meyer A. Baskin. Sam
    Blank. E. E. Bloom. William
    Brenner. Abe 1. Cassett, Leo
    Chaikin, Jacob Engine, Aaron
    Farr. Charles Feinberg, Moe Fein-
    gold, w I. Feuer, Abe C. Fine,
    Dorothy K. Fink
    Mesdames Stanley Frehling,
    Emil Friedlander, Louis Glasser,
    Louis E. Goldman. Milton Green,
    s. J. Halperin, A. .' Harris, Mark
    1 Hai ris, Philip 1- a s. >nz
    Krensky, Sidney Langer, Sidney
    I i fcourt, Irving L< hrman, Jean
    l'. Lehman, AI Levin. Morn- Lipp,
    .:. eph M Lip ton, Alex Manson,
    A. Herbert Mathes, Clem M; er-
    son. David Phillips, Leo Robin-
    son, Joseph Rose, Sam II Rost,
    Leopold L. Schwartz. Arnold
    Seeder, Henry Seitlin, Sol Silver-
    man. Harry Simonhofl
    Mesdames Milton Sirkin, Carl
    Susskind, Harold Thurman. Philip
    R Warshaw, Car] Weinkle, Morti-
    mer Wien. Harry Yagle. and
    Mandle Zaban.
    Rabbis Urge
    Support of CJA Drive
    The Combined \ppeal campaign for 1962 is u'lder-
    v/ay a'ld we, 'he Ra I -of Greater Miami want to state
    briefly how .ve view ll '. importance of this annual effort
    Jewish he age and tradition require thai we give help
    to those in reed and this is the one lime a year when
    we are called jr. igh a single "d Jews in ^eed
    of help in every corner of the world Jews in Europe and
    ' Fi ca seeking the first freedom of their iives 'n Israel, *he
    c'd ihi and the i ed r csh* here a? home all look to the
    Combined Ji I al as their great hepe for a chance at
    a full, ife.
    The ears CJA camp New Horizons."
    il theme, we I i< i expresses perfectly > hat the CJA
    and i's beneficiary agencies have provided to millions of our
    fellow-men in the past -and what must be provided to other
    millions m the future.
    You are asked fo give only once. The money you give,
    however, works all year long to make our Jewish community
    at home and abroad a stronger, healthier place in which to
    live.
    We urge you to oive yourself We uroe you to join the
    ranks of volunteer CJA workers and ask others to give. The
    results of your effort will be felt around the world.
    Sincerely,
    RABBI ISAAC CVIR
    UABe' NORMAN SHAPIRO
    RaBBI SOLOMON SZHIFF
    RABBI H. ItWIS ROTTMAN
    RABBI KAX A. UPSCHI1Z
    R !fit; htR^lRT BAUMGAVD
    RABBI lfOJ KRON'SH
    RABBI IRV'HS UHRMAN
    RABBI JOSEPH NAROT
    RA83/ MOffMCAJ POD'r
    RA?B: FfiiYtR ACftAMOWITZ
    RABB! f'JGf.Vf IAB0VITZ
    RASB! Of.VVO f.\ WAUACH
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    Friday, JoTiucry 13. 1962

    from My
    Diary
    By MAX LERNER
    Former B G Aide Guilty of Spying
    MONDAY-
    Jamas B. Conanl dosen'l quote ironi DiavMll in his now book. "Slums
    and Suburbs M Sraw-Hill but he nucht have cited me title ol the
    Li elish statesman famous novel "flybU. or me Two Nations," .- the
    thtim ot tus'reeent stud}' oi Amerieoa aduootion. For the tirst time in
    his series "f eoneiae an? highly practical studies of failure, ferment and
    i i mise in Uw American school system, .i note of passion breaks through
    h,- otherwise n.n anri -nuted style af writing. Conanl was shocked at
    the contrast between 'he tarn schools a*d the prosperou- surburban
    schools th:it h- and hi staff visited, and he wants to communicate his
    shock 10 hi- reader- We think ol both a> par: ot the American school
    system, and appl-. the .-me sweeping generalizations to both. Yet they
    .: in reality two universes, with planetary space between.
    Th problem in the slum schools is quite simply the problem ol how
    to get the intellectually-depressec" nation, of the two nations, to receive
    opportunit) "i- to care whether r doe-. The hot ol
    t;< school experiments in the slums, especially in the heavily Negro or
    I ,:. :, Rio n an is lik the Higher Horizon- program in New York and
    Banneker pr gram ir SI Lowshave a double task ol uncovering
    ij raising the motivation all along the line But it is
    artbrci kii R jol a i< experiments, but little achieve
    ii, : m the nation as .. whole.
    v somi points nl Ii iks beli the school surface (o see what
    the hiddi re tl I made it what il is For example, he is sure
    that the problem oi Negro .chooling in the big cities is largelj a prob-
    lem oi nol enough ivailable jobs. If you have no job likely alter you
    an thn ugh ntl hoot, or onlj r menial one. von are unlikely to have
    much aspiratii h _h horizon at school, Thus you can"! do much
    with slum school- unlers you do omethin* I rsl with job discrimination
    bu. boy's skin
    TUESDAY- -: :- :
    - thi' Gen Lucius Claj was to return to Washington .'n Sun-
    d.,_\ for ci bound to stir discussion >it it- meanmg. Claj
    is o important figur* in the Berlin struggle lo come home without its
    ... mg trouble The nature of that trouble is harder to guess, especial-
    iv .: you are in New York and not in Berlin But Clays temperament
    kn view-, ain' standing are such that it's a pretty sure bet he isn't
    making the trip tor routine reasons, but on a matter ot important phinci-
    pii
    The story broken by the Washington Star, which Clay has called
    rhaps necessarily) "ridiculous." is that Clay sent a hot telegram
    . Jt a State Department contingency plan'' for what would happen
    ir. the event oi an Fas' Berlin revolt. The story about the telegram may
    be wide ol the mark or il may bo almost near it. But it lights up some
    thil -- that peopl* close to Cl > in Berlin can vouch for
    Clay came to Bcrli" on a pretty big gamblethe gamble that, with
    hi- own lor-..- German experience and prestige and the direct mission
    fmm Kennedy, he world be able to narrow the dispersion Ol the de-
    cision-making power or. Berlin, ard locus it pretty much to the people
    or. the spot It' th..t historic tir-: press conference of his. when his off-
    tht -record remark- weie widely reported, ho made it clear that past
    American blunders on Berlin win due to the endls- protracted mulling
    of decision- in the four Western capitals.
    The Berlin wall could have been torn down at little risk with bull-
    dozers as rapidly j< it was put up. provided there was action within
    I Later it was too late and too risky. From the nature of Russian
    u tics whil h ar pii c< meil slicing tactics, not grand strategy stagings,
    thi answer ha.- to come fast or net at all.
    WEDNESDAY-
    . (a ai Iced with my two youngest Stephen and Adam, over the I
    b< days Steve IS and will be ready lor college in a couple oi years.
    Adai 10 years While we talked, it suddenly hit me that b>
    mie Adam gets io college the sheer mass ol knowledge and infonaa-
    i compar< >ith Slevi college years, will have doubled.
    it is a fearsome thought, this business ol the knowledge generations
    There are biological generations literary generations weapons genera-
    i and now krfovvle ns, The burden on each decade ol
    successive colli rduate school classes increases faster than
    Walter Sullivan had two good pieces
    Tunes right aftei Christmas on the "information problem." and
    ther, abstract translate, store and code these
    :,;. ;iu I .;:- ol research in ever) field.
    \ .'.ondi i ; I ii i n 'suits Ever) >< ai that
    t postpone -h':: ei growing-up the stitlf thev must master
    I tooiun? at I everj yeai become- harder than the one be-
    i I wroti herd > on longevity, in which 1 looked hope
    full) toward 1 I 180 I take it al back Long before that time
    we will -i .. .ii electronic translations oi abstracts
    I cts.
    Thursday- -.- -.. -:-
    Iroubl il : is the temptation to gel entangli d
    ad -i < I, rim. Li l- ei onomic aid, the
    < n on .market i and housing, mounting >
    ght of the vista of which the; -re) ait.
    si fall, 1 happi ned up
    i ;* -ha m K ibb {i am. Km
    *.is-prun'-;:.a Bt. D pe iple .. n 5) [u
    i standards; bu1 hi M him by, and in a
    i reactionary, for modern man is no longer only
    i .it.if man .p,
    Thiwset me to thinkinaj what man'- basic needs are in fact, which
    ( .in^aar.nire -baker 'ike Klir tbath can ignore o ily at his peril 1
    d 'lawi. a pj -e >| note- jif' put them aside, because the second
    i i of Stalin quickly pushed the Communist Par y program oft the
    >r*xir attention. Bu last night looking at a back issue of the
    I me and urbaae French magazine, "Kealiti s." I found in an
    Jean Clay on Darjtln DoJci a quote from Dolci that struck me
    was talking ii worker* and farmers, whether in London or
    he saidi "The goal is not merely to give them something to
    | sb: ve all to create a more humane civilization which will leave
    of both social solidarity and individual self-expression."
    Continued from Paae 1-A
    fense Ministry; and Capt. Liddell
    Hart, famous military analyst.
    In announcing the verdict, the
    court stated il tends to believe"
    that, among other lactors that
    prompted Beer to maintain com
    :-eetions with a loreign agent, was
    a true anxiety lor the welfare ot
    the Slate of Israel. The court stat-
    ed it felt that Beer thought that,
    ly hi- personal "partisan-like" ac-
    lii n. collaborating with an agent
    lor a country in the Communist
    Dioc, he would help improve Is-
    rael's foreign relations.
    The court found that Beer "did
    lot act for money But. the court
    added, once Beer had started his
    connections with the agent, the lat-
    ler "used Beer according to what
    lu needed from Beer, who acted
    against the state."
    Ll Col, Boer, wno was one Of the
    keenest military analysts for the
    Israeli press, was arrested at 2
    a.m. last March 31 at his home on
    the edge oi a small forest along
    the Yarkon River on the outskirts
    ol Tel Aviv.
    Some 65 pounds of documents
    were removed from his home by
    the arresting officers, reportedly
    only a few hours after his last
    contact with a foreign agent for
    a Communist country. Dr. Beer,
    who persistently denied that he
    knew any ecrets, told probers
    of the Shin Bet, the Israel securi-
    ty service, that he had been
    "dragged into" the espionage
    work.
    It was alleged that Beer wa- one
    of a very -mall handful ol Israelis
    who knew all the plans of the VJM
    Sinai Campaign in advance, lie
    was charged with having passed on
    l.i -i plans to a Communist coun-
    Zionists to Hear
    Sen. Pepper
    The Branileis Zionist District will I
    be host to the general member-hip
    of t h e Zionist Organization of
    Greater Miami at an open meeting
    on Monday evening in Temple Nor
    Tamid
    Ezra Finegold. president, said
    that guest speaker will be former
    Sen Claude Pepper, who served
    lor 14 .veais as U.S. Senator from
    Florida, and for 12 years was a
    member of the Senate Foreign Re-.
    lations Committee
    Musical program will include Jo-
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    and cantor of Torah Temple, with
    popular selections by Ro-e Rosa-
    mond, dramatic soprano. They will
    be accompanied at the piano by
    Hv Fried. Nathan Rattnor. pro-
    gram chairman, will introduce the
    ii sts.
    Poale Zion
    Branch Meeting
    Chaim Graenherg Branch ot
    Poale Zmn of Greater Miami will
    n eel Sunday evening at the Cul-
    tural Center. M| Washington avo.
    Dr Simon Wilensky. president.
    -aid thai Ml-s Ho-e Ro-emond.
    ell known soprano, will present a
    program of musical numbers.
    I)r Nathaniel Soroff. consultant
    l i the Bureau of Jewish Education,
    will be guest speaker. His sub-
    ject i- scheduled as "The Historical
    Significance of the Poale Zion
    Movement Rabbi Max Shapiro
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    try which, in turn, transmitted the
    Sinai campaign plans to Egyptian
    agents. The Egyptians, however.
    disregarded the Information, think-
    ing it was false
    Among the documents confiscat-
    . in Beer's home were excerpt-
    from *Mr.riMHtaMMfs personal
    diaries The Premier, who was ,
    -hooked by the arrest las; year,
    had personally seen to the appoint-
    men) Ol Beer in it'.V.' a- official his-
    torian ol Israel's War ot Liberation,
    i this capacity he ha.i access to
    all secret military documents ol
    Israel's armed tor.' -
    Beer and Moshc Snob. Israeli
    Communist loader, were dose col-
    leagues in Ihe Mapam Party, until
    .\li s,noh split from Mapam lo form
    a "lit: movement." When Mr. Sneh
    moved further left, into the Com
    mum- Party, Bier severed poflti-
    cal r< w ith him, and joined
    VI a |
    Beer had joined the Haganah,
    the Jewish defense force, when
    he arrived in Palestine in the late
    thirties. He became prominent
    in the training department of
    the Hagar.ah and lectured to
    Haganah leaders on methods of
    guerilla warfare, having posed
    as a graduate f*om the Austrian
    Military Academy In- Vienna and
    as a fighter in Ihe Loyalist For-
    eign Brigade in the Spanish Civil
    Warclaims thai were proven
    false after his arrest last year.
    When (lencial Vigai 1 Yadin be-
    came Israel s I'hiei ci Staff. Beer
    'was discharged from t h e Israel
    Army, shortly after the War of Lib-
    eration in 1948-16. However, he
    continued his contacts with defense
    and army circles. Later, made
    many trips to Europe, where among
    other military peo] le, he met many
    officers of NATO.
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    CJA Initial Gifts Dinner Due Feb. 11
    Gratified at the 35 percent in-
    crease in contribution.- chalkUl
    up by their Pacesetters. Greater
    Miami Combined Jewish Appeal
    leaders announced this week that
    their Initial Gifts dinner will be
    held Feb. 11 in Ihe Americana ho-
    ld.
    CJA chairman Cal Kovens said
    the dinner meeting "will culminate
    the Initial ciitts phase of the New
    Horizons campaign."'
    Calling tor all-out support of com-
    munity kadi;-. Kovens described
    Tables are turned as nationally-known artist and authority on
    snoil illumination, Michael Piuggi (righf. receives a citation
    from the trustees of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for his serv-
    ices to the hospital and "communal activities on behalf of
    his fellow man." Piuggi's artistic scrolls have been presented
    to many world notables. Hospital Administrator Sanford K.
    Bronstein Ls seen with the artist in presentation ceremonies.
    Justice Douglas Due at Palm Beach
    i s, Supreme Court Justice Wii-
    ai 0 Douglas will speak on
    *l at Home and Abroad''
    it .. ten l- the reception to
    in hi- honor by Mrs Henry
    It: on Sunday in her Palm
    Ve.xl. ome, 7S6 Slope- Trail.
    minent jurist will arrive in
    Beach in lime for the after-
    i rent, and will remain in
    ach oi ernight, alter winch
    return I i Washington.
    The reception will be held on
    .'behalf of the Jewish Theological
    , (Seminary of America, and will
    'fee attended by nationally-known
    TScholars, leaders of business and
    iniluifry, and prominent Palm
    Beach residents.
    Ittleson's guests also will
    k .i klress b> Dr. Bernard
    M .nun. provost of the .semi
    a li o will talk on the role
    P' > the Seminary in dealing Light" radio and television presen-
    *' i'; Mcm* "f mans rela- lotion.- and with the institution's
    on- .h his fellow man." Dr. ,. ,. ,,
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    the Feb. 11 meeting as "critical."
    "This will be a most crucial
    meeting," Kovens said. "We are
    confident that many thousands of
    our citizens will give more this
    yearand we are also sure that it
    helps to have the inspiration of
    all-out giving by the key men and
    women in our community."
    The Pacesetters meeting on Jan.
    2. which raised nearly S4UO.0OO in
    pledges and chalked up the 35 per-
    cent increase, has "brought a re-
    markable resurgence of vitality in-
    to the campaign," he declared.
    "The Pace-etters set the pace,
    iiiid it's now up to the Initial Gifts
    meeting to follow through Kov-
    ens -aid.
    "If this i- done. I have no doubt
    whatever tha; we'll reach those
    New Horuons that are the theme
    of our campaign this year." Kovens
    concluded
    Shrinks Piles
    Without Surgery
    Federation Announces New 55?**^**
    Executive Committee of 23
    Continued from Page I-A
    questions with greater efficiency."
    said Harris
    "I am especiailj gratified." add-
    ed Harris, "that not only is this
    new structure efficient and -tn.. n
    lined, but people who have ac-
    cepted positions as officers, com-
    mittee chairmen and committee
    members include seme of the most
    experienced and influential leaders
    ii the Jewish community men
    and women who for year- have
    been closely involved with major
    community problems
    "Their insight into these prob-
    lems, their knowledge of Feder-
    ation's many beneficiary agencies.
    iheir participation and leadership
    Donors Inscribed
    On Cedars Tree1
    Announcement was made thi-
    week by E, Albert Pallot. chair-
    man nf Cedars of Lebanon develop-
    ment fund, disclosing the first don-
    ors in have their names affixed u>
    th( Cedars "Tree of Life" memo-
    rial.
    The nine fool bas relief can tng
    it the symbolic cedar- tree will
    carrj engraved silver plates oi
    donors' name- giving $500 or more
    to support the development pro-
    . ram ol the hospital.
    First contributors named by Pal-
    lot were Lilly Hazel Chalin. Mr
    and Mr- Jacob Feldman. Mr. and
    Mrs George Jackson, Robert Jose-
    lolf. Franklin B. I'ea-e. Mr. and
    Mrs Nathan Sokol. and Dr. A.
    Lester Stepner
    Architect- Irvin Korach and
    Donald G. Smith, who designed
    Cedar.- of Lebanon Hospital, will
    be conferring with hospital officials
    this week on how the huge panel
    i.- to be installed,
    over ilw yean in the Combined
    Jewish Appeal, and then devotion
    to the well-being of this (immun-
    ity, have been proved by ex-
    emplar;, service."
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    Israel Reviewing German Relations
    JERUSALEM(.ITAiNew diifc x> w.:i regard to Israel-Gentian Biaay. The new government policy
    lives for limited contacts by Is-> Cultural ami educational ties as outlined in the Knesset by Mm
    raelis with West Germany v. ere is The Knesset defeated by e ister of Education Abba Eban. on
    >;ied here this week to a" Minis o'o of 37 io 25 a Herat motior. behalf of the entire Cabinet was
    tries following the approval by the ailing o.i the government to ceast worked out by a special :i\-mem-
    Knesset of a new government pol '..... ... ,-v .. ; < u r,..- ber i n t e r-Blinisteriel committee
    The directives, based on that pol-
    icy include the following points:
    l No delegations, mission or
    groups Will he permitted to x<
    From Israel to Germany unless
    hese \i.-iis are sanctioned b> a
    special governmental committee
    2. The>*S wi'l t-.e no German
    tSearrical or etSar artistic per-
    formances in Israel. A govern-
    mental committee will sift and
    recomme-d Israeli artists or
    other cultural groups that will
    be permitted to perform in West
    Germany if irvited by West Ger-
    man or sanitations.
    3. Thi' government will provide
    no support to Israeli students be-
    low military age who wish to study
    m Germany bj withholding for-
    eign currency for substance re-
    quired by such students and bj re-
    fusing permission for their ac-
    ceptance ol German scholarships
    Only smh post-graduate and re-
    search studies essential to the
    State of Israel \*ill be permitted
    o Israelis plann;ng lo stud} or Iheir reseatch work ir. Weal tier
    many.
    4. The only German personnel to
    be admitted to work in Israel will
    be those required to operate or in-
    struct here m connection with!
    equipment or goods acquired by
    Israel under the German-Israeli re-
    parations agreement.
    .=>. Israel is to participate in in-
    ternational events held :n Ger-
    many, while West Germany is to
    be permitted to take part ir. such
    events held in Israel
    6. Visits to Israel bVGormans is
    to be limited to approved cate
    geries," especially o youth, stu
    dents and young professionals.
    7. A social --overnment com-
    mittee is to be formed to co-
    operate with representatives of
    Israeli institutions of higher ed-
    cat:cn who will ss"d lecturer*
    and leading personalities in Is-
    raeli acadenvc life to West Ger-
    ma-y to lecture and to provide
    information about Israel.
    In explaining the government's
    feeling that restrictions had to he
    imposed, Mr. Eban declared: "We
    are situated here between the pa-t
    a"c| the future We are not tree to
    ignore either. The very existence
    of any limitation shows thai at :-.
    hour the present is nearer
    , past than to the future
    At the same time, he ;
    out that an absolute ban on i;,.'
    man contacts would have i>.....
    racist'" approach, ruling nut m'
    tact w'th Germans r.ot b
    the Hitler era of those who-, ana
    Nazi attitude is a matter oi
    Palmer
    Memorials Ir
    Lt. Dean Dahlenburg (leff. of the Miami Beach Fne Depart-
    ment, Dade blvd. Branch, 2300 Pine Tree dr., meets Louis Mer-
    witzer (right1, overall campaian chairman lor the new Hebrew
    Academy, and his youngest new neighbors, Hebrew Acad-
    emy kindergarteners, in their visit to the Fire Department as
    part of their "community helpers" project. Accordina to Mer-
    witzer, the new Hebrew Academy buildinn, now under con-
    struction on Pine Tree dr. and 24th St.. will be completed early
    in March and ready for occupancy in April. Children (left to
    right; are Jo Debra Shapiro, Maria Simon and Abra Shapiro.
    THE KB... US 1 SEE II
    Continued from Page 4-A
    patterns ol permissive upbringing, olfer their children a similar oppor
    inity to decide whether they shall or shall not continue to receive
    .i general education? Hence, we return t.> the parents ence more.
    rangely. they were absent as scapegoats in the teenatfers' quar
    with the religious educativi pro
    c -ss unlike in the -. c ilai m hool
    hen parents assumed the n Ic
    ...... symbols of tail re
    , within thi
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    FROM THE TALMUD
    p.
    < b.....IU&T7eling jmnni
    . ,. ., V i ii da riot

    Rabhah, II. 17.
    ngs ... ': m the least avail
    . peace u included among
    *
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    deal l[iiid/.\ i,:, i
    i 11 .. you may
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    '; ber
    'Hi .
    rutrew ^.oiiifraudon
    p 1 ? ? -7 n ; 5 ri
    3n lavni s
    Aveliciic-its <9Wire
    One of the Great Stigmas
    Is to Show Any Ingratitude
    S
    c r v i c c s
    U h i s LUc ehena
    7

    .1-- "I
    By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
    Temple Ner Tamid
    In the Scrip'ural assignment of
    this week, we see the character of
    Pharaih completely revealed. We
    read of Pharaoh and his people
    suffering from t h e visitation of
    locusts that have overrun the coun-
    trj and become unbearable in
    his di Ire '< acknou le ig< id
    Moses ihi i (ignity ol God and
    i free Hi- people But,
    ncr .- !,( relii ved ol 'he visi-
    on, tha; pronuv
    : ; h i .
    I :.. r. ii is :: prototype ol
    in <-t ./ the authority
    the hour ol distre >$, '
    d has passed, be-
    ful. a n ii refuse to
    edg< i:,, ir dependence up-
    ii. Whai :- ii thai mal us
    ungrateful and accounts tor our in-
    abihtj to ; i- thankful tor all we
    OSS<
    The great obstruction in the
    path of cur gratitude is the [act
    Information to be included in the Religious Services column
    must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
    than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
    leases received after that time will be returned as proof of
    their lateness. J|
    AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
    Orthodox. RiBoi Isaac Ever.
    ''' i'Ijiv |.m. Saturday t>
    'I'll. I.oi Joiirne; tovkar.lt
    i i ; -. I... it

    BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd a/e Con.
    bervative. Hab-n Norman N. 6naL.'rc,
    *oter .v. iiam w. i_ pwn.
    lay x-r .....
    .
    ' .-,... \! ... Mis .'.,. k
    :FT' n .--,-.. '- ave. Ortl
    R.-.r.-t Sc low SchVf.
    GEMS OF WISDOM


    -
    '. : -: iv-
    :' r h EMETH.
    ervati .e.
    -.1 | .,'.
    Ill v |.i,l. }<
    il.n
    in Hfistf r-'sip nirr
    rUit*a n-nn nwn Das?n
    I.??*? f'Slj? "Tin) *7D
    * : t :
    t '7/irr dzjs. .V|T$?a or?
    inn rrn n^tf rrixa ^tfaatf
    en ty ioc. /-nrr tana??
    s1? D'v'vyan "?$i tqh
    tos-tf ,-nrn D3tfn dj Kin
    ? nixxin nx iaxua
    t t V : :
    jnm ^a nx isa .px"?
    aate*? ^oajn nx npai
    *x n^yritf na nnin'n
    vr D*xsa] Di'3 .nsnx
    >ai ap D*ac^aa f p
    .spai D'^BnT1 nin Tin
    1 t : :
    .nnya dj laBrrin
    liBO-n f 'sip nsrr^ f x
    'fe rx nn-arn d^ hshd^
    T f T T : T V
    nV-n by D*aaoan sy rabbi samuel j. fox
    .. t : -
    "t\n '&> .np-nn jnvrn
    BA6BJ UGfN tABOVITZ
    ... too much envy
    BETH ISRAEL. 400C Prairie jv(. Or-
    thodox. R.iooi H. Louis Rcttm.in.
    a
    BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
    awe. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
    Cantor Ma.ince Mamches.
    that many ,t us lack a sense of humility. One cannot be grateful unless 'uw ii^Mn, ','..."'
    one is humble. Pharaoh of old and his modern counterparts have been l;-' Mluvah \'iman, %, of Mi und
    incapable of that emotion because of a too lofty estimate ot themselves M'~ w,,lla,n i: "^[^
    and their attainm"nts beth Raphael. 139 nw 3rd ave.
    We are too much possessed by the emotion of envy. We are inclined mSSK'U*S!Sff?'. r"'atnt-
    to measure our deserts by the possessions of our neighbors The lact -
    that our friends, whom we deem our inferiors, are materially better oil E
    than we, is sufficient to dampen our spirits. And because we are not
    ,- hcu :' . Ii rhr '.dull
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    UK m:i a
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    . f I . lends had a trei
    thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
    him and when 1
    .en1 he was it
    TAl Ml I
    ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
    humble toward our neighbors, we usually underestimate their abilities I* J0>nRItrHvat,lwVh SuV,'^ l.T I rM^^-STSKS...... it,.....
    and thus arouse new envy in our hearts. ^,C7Sb,^" Ktak i lil'na -nd opi Saturdaj l 1
    We are overwhelmed with pride when we point to the scientific dis- b'T'. so ,.i 10 p m
    covenes of man. We sloat over Ihe fact that we have conquered the m.-u., ..,. r..'.,,, :.,. 1.. -
    nature of the ear;h and next we will conquer the nature on the moon, m!,1!"'.'^-"m ZV.^ ,' '''' "', "'
    Man enjoys these blessings not because he overpowered natural forces. St.Inl* liA"wn Marty, son" V,f Mr.
    but because he learned to take advantage of them. When we Observe :"' Mr* """' ,Jln"bur.
    our new scientific blessings, we should exclaim with the psalmist: -Let coral way jeVish center.
    them give thanks unto the Lord for His mercy and His wonderful works 875S sw 16,h Mi*mi R"bb. Sam.
    !0 the children of men'" uel APr''- Cantor Gershon Levin.
    I 1-1 l,l.l> ...:< all,I VII' (..in, .-- '.
    It behooves us to rt member that one of the greatest stigmas that' ,"',', Sln-"s- ".;:' ',., "" .....*
    can attach to a person is that he allows himself to be called an inyrate. | BvlJ'h SanSdaj >".',',-. "Si'm-h?
    No other attitude is relig'ouslv and socially more worthy of condemna- l;' Mluvah w.,ii.,.,. -..,. of Mr
    tion. because it destroys the true approach of the heart to Cod and to _._
    ., til llai Mltavah
    .1, : M r* Lean
    11. 11., 1 r.: Dl!*K)
    Richard Brodakj
    joj Brodak) and
    TEWPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
    22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry
    B. Wernick.
    Krlda) S;3u p.m. Sattmlav 9:30 in
    s, i in.'.n : "Al> >t. rj Melod) ,

    TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Waahing-
    ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
    Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
    man.
    ,l TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
    Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
    Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
    KVIda) 13 p.m Kvvlew ol "Th< Jew-
    uii ,"..i. 'i !-, the Soviet L'nlon," by
    II /. Ilnlllh.
    Dn~r xsian oi-aar nn
    1 T TT ; ;
    jfixn ]a "hp xryara xin
    tf\z-2 .rirxn n*a pnn nnx
    ^ss DnD ,nnaix rnnx
    jin1? isnni? ,ia"na D""iiiT
    ifiipnn -jc?aa .D-nnioa wft
    on-x isa ni^an *?$ nanxn
    i ": T i v \~ T
    ,0"nin D-niT di;d na
    br^x na^tf ,min ^ir
    ' '' t :
    Mj7a nnini anaac? nnin
    1HANSIATI0N -
    Th Jtwa of Cochin
    Tht Jews of Cochin in India are,
    the most remote Jewish tribe. The |
    ?hole of Cochin Jewry, with ex-
    ception of a few families, are to
    I iound today in Israel. This Jew-
    *h Tibe. which for centuries was
    Ht removed from a Jewish center.
    eserved its tradition and yearn-
    .'* for Zion. H is. too. the only
    Woe which itself defrayed the
    costs f i!s emigration to Israel.
    Old all its property, and handed
    the money to the Jewish Agency for j
    e purpose of transporting them j
    Israel. Today there are Cochin '
    *vy- in settlements in the Negev i
    Jerusalem corridor, and some1
    them have settled, too. in the
    dtie-.
    t T;' Jews of Cochin have no ex-
    net history of their past. A fire
    Why is it required to take three
    steps backward and then re-
    turn three steps forward after
    concluding the main body of
    prayer three times a daythe
    Eighteen Benedictions known
    as the Shomnah Esreh?
    The basic requirement is said to
    be of ancient origin ,i> quoted from I
    ;, Tannaitic source in the Talmud |
    lYoma 53b i. The commentaries j
    offer various reasons for ihts prac- 1
    lice. Basically, it is regarded as
    a sign of taking proper leave of
    one's Master The Almighty) in stood away from Mount Sinai at
    whose presence one should regard the occasion of the Revelation. It
    himself during the course of is also claimed that these three
    prayer. Such was indeed the meth- steps represent the three layers
    OADE HE.CHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
    GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
    servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
    Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
    v p.n ii. .'In- Mi nth
    s, r\ I.-. Sermon Sal lialh n > '"-
    Satnrdai :: Si in,n .. : .
    ol il,. Wi k."

    PIAGLFP GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
    pi. Ccnservative. Rabbi Ger.-.ld TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
    Lrrer. Cantor Grorge Goldberg. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
    , '. q .;...-: owita Cantor Edward Klein.
    -i. eph ln hi Sal ay 9 a.m. Si
    \i. : -. i ... ., non i'!i. INi ilon ol Ihi I..i Ifctr
    . Miuvuh: Howard -" of M >
    TEMPLE JUDE-. 320 Palermo ave.
    Liberal. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet.
    ..- -. .....ii M w.l. h,
    ' ':. HI>itoiy." .....k
    I .1 -' I.......
    T'ih p_t- ;. prepared :.i ,
    Sptrifudl / ..
    1 real Miami Ral
    il Assn.
    h M Bl MAX a 1 IPSCHIT2
    Cool ::..itor
    Contributor:
    RABBI sol 0XION Si HIPP
    Gems of Wisdom
    lEBREW ACADEMY. 9-8 6th st. Or
    ii,oook. Rahbi Aiexanaer Gross.
    a
    HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. '.801
    Johnson st. Conse-vative. R?bb-
    David Shapiro. Cantor Yehi-dah
    Heilbrann.
    a
    SRAELITE CENTER. 3'75 SW 2ftth
    tr. Conservative. Rait Morten
    Malavsky. Cantor Lous Cchen
    - i
    '' I. c ii i
    H i and M Mn I Mi
    ii onor of Hi. Aeddtnft nnl-
    , > -.ii:
    v\..hl
    e
    TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern T>-adi-
    tioral. Ra^t- Euner.e Labovitz. Can-
    tor Samuel Gomberg
    l' Id s fi p.m s,-- muti Rxodua
    i:. ~ '. s il .'., v 15 .m \\ ,, U -
    . r

    TEMPLE S NAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    1200 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
    Btnnt. M. Wallach.
    Sermon 'Hati and
    Si f-Hati
    KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Ei;clid ave.
    Orthodo. Rabbi D. .id Lehiie'd
    Cai>tor Abraham Seif.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
    tor Albert Glantz.
    I-11 \ i. in S.......ii "Bom Irea
    - a ol ii..ii.-i tinea >li.il,l<.tt boat: Sia-
    MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATON. rh.....I. S turriaj .i m Sermon:
    1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Can. 'Short.-llts In Ul"i
    tor Fr-d Bernsttin.
    Krtda} -.:. |. m Sati.Tda) a.i TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    od of taking leave of kings in an- of mysterious darkness through minyonaires. 3737 Bird rd. MoCem Lee Helm.
    cient times: Some claim .hat this which Moses had to penetrate in Trad.tiona,. ^_ ;;;!; :-,,^:".,M"::-
    is done because the prayers are older to approach the Almighty at'southwest center. 6*3f. sw 8th Ulpa." one Shabbai host a: Mr, and
    a substitute lor the daily sacrifi- Sinai (Choshech, Anan. Arafel). ^lein:on"rva,"'e- Rabb' M*"rl Meadl^nnfver8aryV^Srd.yf8 a-m!
    Since one oilers a silent medita-
    Frlrlav
    ces and the pries!s who oflered
    ., ., ,. aniee iKie oners a silent meuiia- 1 vinatn" ,ir,i.,, ., ... ,
    he sacrifice, would re.rea over ^ ^ ,ne rebul](ll of ,he )em. Mu" -""> .-_"
    three stepping stones lrom the al- ... ;,..,. it ls clailtied temple adath yfshurun. 1025
    lar after the sacrifice was offered \ junc.urt, 11 u ciaimta NE ,83rd st Ml,,m, Gardens rd.
    tar. alter me sacmice was onerea.)hat Jhe lnree iWps afe uka) bt, RaW)j ^ 2uckrr Cantor Abra.
    Others claim that the three steps cause Nebuchadnezzer. King of h,m ";'"
    .... r i_ 1 .._ i-riini R:3fl p.m. Sermoi "Tin 1- ra
    represent the three measures of Babylon, once took three quick! Blow tor Kvi-edom. Saturdaj -
    distance at which the Israelites steps to the Lord's bidding and this s""""1 "Slnalna Hins to Qud."
    made him worthy enough to be able P" s,,hi wf**
    to destroy the Temple. We thus temple beth am. 5950 n. Kendall
    which broke out there destroyed all take three steps out of respect to | fob.*' siumg.rd. "SKSr CMrtS
    the documents of the ancient Jew- the Almighty hoping to prove Kodner.
    ish community. According to the worthy of rebuilding the temple. |J ''':> s ''' '"" *<<> "Volunteera
    tradition they possess, their origin,___ '^r'^^r^KT't'
    is to be traced to Jews who were Some trace the concept to a Bibli- u,s Norman Ang< 1
    exiled from the Homeland after' Pa-sage in Ezekiel (17) which
    the destruction of the First Tern- Ascribes the angels standing with
    pie. Another tradition has it that properly placed feet in the pres-
    they are descendants of Jews from >? of the Almighty.
    Yemen who reached India as mer-
    chants. During the long period of
    exile. Isolated Jews who were re-
    ligious scholars visited them oc-
    casionally, and taught them the
    Bible and Talmud.
    t Published by Brit Ivnt Olamit)
    1: u higfi umc t/tat the lews be
    .:., 1 ,.< J :. : rights .:: Ilbl I
    bin right d !.: h..-i ruble,
    Jiuini/iaiitiL: pnt'i/eges
    plete elevating citist n -: ip. ZL'NZ.
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
    mi, .11. Week!) Portion
    a
    TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
    triilay v;:n p.m. Sermon: "The An-
    'in Tn Saturday 9:30 ;, m. Bar
    Mluvah: Jeffrey, son .,( Mr. and Sirs.
    Morton \i GoodfHend,
    - a
    YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dili*
    hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
    Steinmeti. Cantor Maurice Neu.
    h'rt.ii.\ s'. p.m. Sermon: "Why Antl-
    s, mltlam '"

    YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 It.
    Orthodo Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
    Fill ay S:S0 p.m. Saturdav 9 a.m. s, 1-
    mon: TI,. Sal'bath of Sonj,-."
    TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunlland
    Hall. 11539 So. Dinie hwy. Recon-
    stri-ctionist. R a t 1 1 Morris Skcp.
    Cantor Herman Cottlieb.

    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
    wood. 17C5 Monroe st. Conservative.
    Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz.
    10 0 Hi Bl : \- tin
    1 "it ll< .: sal ie ii.,\ '.1 .. m.
    a
    1 TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chaee
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    A Capital View
    By HAROLD EIDUN
    A Job of Good Craftsmanship in Contrast of Cultures
    THE HITTITE. By Noel B. Gtrson. 259 pp. Nw York:
    DoublotUy. $3.95
    Radio and television script writer and newspaper-
    man Noel B. Gerson says. "1 believe strongly in his-
    tory being presented accurately in historical novels." He
    ha.- written fourteen oi them, and it is obvious that he ha*
    lorn; ago passed by those nets of technique and structure
    which trap most writers in this genre. His characters are
    full-bodied and his plot moves by its own impetus: it does
    not keep returning in worried spurts to every incident of
    recorded history ol the time, as though to prove the reality
    of the fiction (which is trap number one). Where there
    are crowd and pagar. temple scenes those darlings of
    writers of historical fiction, who must writhe at the
    thought of a single researched tidbit left to lie unused
    (trap number two) they are there as part of the action,
    and nicely restrained.
    UN Listening Post:
    By SAUL CARSON
    Bothersome Query About an Undersecretary
    United Nations
    a STRANGE development took
    ^ place I he q uiel
    N i Y e a i
    l j Seci etar>
    <;, -., ral, final j can i up with ;
    solution" to lh< gam<
    that had bet n pia i d for weeks
    i organize the
    rhelons f I i Si retariat.
    The Ki: n their "troika" di n
    i ant was agrei
    porat Dag Hamma skj< v ithoul
    \o\< : to a three-ply N leadership in
    which thi Soviet I'nion would have had the
    sians demand) i i represet
    taticn at ndersecretaries Various lormu-
    las had been advanced, involving pointment
    fivi six or seven Undersecretaries I' Thant
    finally came up with his own formula. He named a
    ital of eight lop assistai :- \mong tin eight.
    ,i- an additional Communist, Jiri Nosek. D*put>
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    Going to the Root
    THERE ARE many problems
    ' the world. ( the
    old war. but 1 like ti thi
    Dot of thin:- What could b m ire
    han thi radisl The word
    adish corn* i" om i ra lix.
    leaning root
    'l radish-
    s, the white radish, and Ihi ri is
    horseradish Also related to them, i r aunts.
    an I and water en -- all belonging to
    n as the cruciferous or brassicaceous
    famil) a> the) are known botanically.
    In Jewish life, horseradish has achieved a verj
    respected niche Years ago, and even today, it was
    common on entering a Jewish home to see the Jew-
    ish mother preparing for the Sabbath, weeping. You
    said to yourself: What about Oneg Shabbath? The
    Sabbath is supposed to be a delight. In the syna-
    gogue, you wvlcome the Sabbath singing. "Lecha
    Dodi tl'ome nay bride). Why should mama weep'
    Ah. >ou begin to understand why mother is weep-
    in;. She remembers the destruction ol Jerusalem.
    "Mama." you say. "after all. that happened
    2.000 years ago."
    "Go away." she says, "can't you see 1 am
    making chrain'" She is preparing the horseradish
    for the gefilte fish and that has brought tears to her
    eye-
    On Passover, also, the horseradish has a very
    special place It is the bitter herbs, symbolizing
    Egyptian bondage in the Seder ceremonial. Now-
    adays, most of us just delicately dip in the bitter
    herbs but our fathers were wont to take big chunks
    of this bitter stuff, large enough to make a golf ball
    and devour it with relish I cannot believe that
    Egyptian bondage was as appetizing, although, as
    we know slavery too has its charms to ome and
    the Torah tells us that there were not absent tl
    who wished to return to Egypt.
    But it man himself is sometimes inexplicable in
    his behavior, the radish i- exi mplarj The Talmud
    tells us thai man should he humblt but also that he
    shoui i hi sert himself It was Rabbi
    Bunam. I believe, who said th;it ,i person should
    r^cfcft ttie adffgi "The world is made
    me and in the other jxicki'. 1 am but as the
    dUSJ Oi tht ( $1
    The radish grows close to the around. II -
    humble but al i Mini time it always ets :-i!f
    heard
    I was reading a storj. about radishes related by
    Martin Buber about the Kabbi Ze\ Wolfe
    Every Sabbath, the disciples would gather
    around the table of 1hi- sarc t" listen to his word! of
    Torah. Anybody and everybody was welcome to
    come and sit down around the table.
    Foreign Minister ol Czecl vakia And Mr Thant
    i into ih< "club" one Arab representative,
    marl tl I Egypt
    nediatt lj [here were man} eslions w n
    tcan
    Is L men!
    ..... Soviet sur-
    Egypt's iicti tor fiat Nas
    : t the Soviet Ui : '
    pt I.outfi as a: i |
    . < been at e phtot
    .'..-, r all, l'a ro and Musi o side
    [enci in manj politic, l and inti rnatii a al
    airs ding Middle Ea policy.
    estioi lei in ctl) nto thi
    i oncoming Lout I. as a
    - an (or the man "ho presumi to sp< al I r
    th< Arab bloc. Mr Nasser himsi
    Loutfi is very well known h ri \ bald
    smiling, cherubic man. he is b> this timi
    the permanent fixtures among the limi
    i \ d< l< nations, n the lerm affa! i -
    when applied to Loutfi, it is nol Intended as cntirelj
    iplimentar) The man knows how to appear
    pleasant But appearances here an ol no im|
    , whatever. Lout I i is simply smarter Ih
    her leading Arab representatives here
    lie is wise enough to leave the loud bat
    a windbag like Ahmad Shukairy, ol Saudi Vra
    Hi is clever enough to sit back, smiling, while
    vicious ant Israel speeches an shouted l> Iraq's
    Dr. Idna Pachachi. When it comes time lo |
    neii le i di bat Irab refugei prob-
    ! .outti > interventioli I vhen corn-
    pan d ith Shukair> i r Pa hahi s. Hi
    ei agi in throwing insults at Mi Golds Meir or
    Michael Coma) lit talks quietly, to the point But
    point II is simple: war a sain -t I
    .- ai accepted fact and Israel must be destroyi
    How could 1 Thant name to In- top team a man
    wlv.se countrv insists on war as a I
    a membet State? How could the UN have among
    its top Undersecretaries a man repn t ruing a coun-
    try that openly rejects peace offers and off rs of .i
    non-aggression pact with another member state?
    Those are among the questions being asked,
    among the mysteries being probed now. in the wake
    of the Loutfi appointment Was I" Thant aware of
    all the implications surrounding his selection of
    Loutfi? One is certain that U Thant. the man who
    has :o often praised Israel as a state and Israels
    people as a shining example to the world's democ-
    racy, could not have overlooked all the implications
    in his choice of Loutfi.
    It is rare in international affairs, as in any
    other sphere, that the loser gets the reward. Yet
    that is what Nasser got here now with the selection
    of Loutfi. There is one final question that must he
    asked: Is the Loutfi choice more of a booby-prize
    than a boon for Nasser0 Time may provide the
    answers to some of these questions.
    Set in the time of Joshua, the book is about Marduk.
    handsome young commander in the army of the Hittltes,
    who were a highly civilized people in Asia Minor during
    the second millennium B.C.B. David had HittitC warriors,
    and both Esau and Solomon took Hittitc wives. Marduk"i
    misfortunes include his wife, the beautiiul (of coursei.
    evil (why not) Arinna. and Zia. the b. and e. wife of some-
    one else, with whom Marduk is tricked into hawng an
    indiscretion il think that's what one calls it).
    But the novel moves into higher gear when Marduk
    makes hi* way to the llaluin (Hebrew) lands. He goei
    for help from the revered Joshua in uncovering a plot
    against His own kingdom, and he stays long enough to fall
    in love with Leah mi,painted, sweet, wholesome, smart
    a nice Jewish girl), to become interested in the Hebn l
    God, to save the battle, to have to renounce Leah tn bi
    restored to favor and. in a kingly stroke, lo find al
    emotional problems solved
    In sp'te of the cliches ol character and facile
    nouement, thi book i- well-done, detailed without t< I
    colorful tl audiness. It i~ a job ol good craftsi
    Ihe contrast of cultures, for it- lypi
    If n is j our meat, this is atabli
    Oft th* Record By NATHAN ZIPRIK
    About Jewish Giving
    o
    iNE OF THE Inc '
    .ii i ish life <->l.i> the dis-
    parity between Jewish affiliation
    with and Jev ish givii ~ to -i na
    jogues Tlw post a.ir trekking lo
    -\ a ogue has diminished bul
    pei ci pttblj cnoug h ndii at<
    reversal ol Ihe trend. Yet gh ini
    for religious causes I .is diminish-
    where the religious institutions are be
    f( i thi lag \ most reei lit ea.-e in | ini
    reek's warning b> a leading spokesman for
    the ( ......ii i Campaign lor American Reform Ju
    daisnt that il sufficient funds were nol forthcoming
    fooi cbrev Union College-Jewl : i fniled to curtail '.' i tiainir- ol
    rabb -
    nej bj Dr Jam, s N Mot
    thi I'nivers Michigan disclosi - \ i. ated hi shesl n ligious
    ~ in giving ti charitable causes, the>
    :-. ing to religious institutions I
    Ii !- percentage ol giving to religious nstitul
    - against 67 b Luthci am 65S '> al
    ..... 63 bj Episi opalians
    thi explanation for this dtvelopmei
    . .i diminution in religious concern or
    a mcuntirg of interesl in human areas that .ire pen
    pherai to but not necessaril) a part ol the religious
    pern It could be surmised in fact it has
    that "most Jews in the tinted States place then
    sens< of obligation to their less privileged brethren
    even higher than to their religious institutions" It
    so there has been a radical transformation not in
    Jewish values bul in the assessment of values and
    their priorities
    This writer would give highest priority to
    Torah. but he must admit he would h< lacking in
    retort to the -ynical contention that thre is little
    relationship between modern religious sanctums and
    the sanctity that is Torah. If there has been a de-
    pletion in Jewish giving to houses of worship, the
    synagogues themselves are to blame, for they have
    too often neglected their vineyards for orchard-
    meant for other climates.
    Between You and Hie:
    BORIS SMOLAR
    Some Sure Signs of 'Heralding a Springtime'
    THE AMERICAN JEWISH Committee
    is now opening an oflice in Israel
    with a view to presenting to the people ol
    Israel its interpretation of American Jew*
    i.h life It is also considering the idea
    ol opening an office in Rome, in view of
    lh( strong pro-Jewish sentiments ex-
    pn tsed by Tope John XXIII on various]
    talons Catholic leaders in the I'm
    led states are repeatedly stressing the fact that the pro-
    rents h\ the Pope were not spontaneous ;<
    lures but represent his deep personal attitude. They gee
    >n it a reminder th;-t a true Christian cannot be an anti-
    Semite," and 'hey dc not hesitate to say -o in their official
    publications.
    America one of the leading Catholic weeklies in this
    country, cmt out with an editorial stressing the Pope s
    statements, a- well as the fact that Drs John Slawson. ex-
    ecutive vice president of the American Jewish Committee,
    participated in the recent meeting of the National Catholic
    Conference for Inter-racial Justice. These ard other
    lar Instances are interpreted by the Catholic OTgai
    "heralding .> springtime" in Jewish-Christian relations
    Then c.x of course, still conflicts of opinion between
    Christians ard Jew in this country which contribute M
    di\ isivi ness,
    Jewish positions on matters such .i- Federal aid "
    education, church-state separation, and birth control are
    ppo ed to Catholic positions, sometimes to
    Protestant and .it times to both. Yet. during the pa*'
    year a number ol problems long disturbing to Chrl
    Jewish relations have been given a healthy public aiflM-
    The willingness by some Catholic and Protestant leader>
    to examine their religious textbooks with a view to eWJ*
    nati ci rtftifl writlngr offensive to Jews is one case in pi'"11'
    Anoth'T is the blunt sermon by the Dean of the EptS**
    pa! ( athedraj of St Paul in Boston, the Very Reverend
    Charles H. Bncftr, Jr who told his congregation that "f#
    basic document of anti-Semitism in the Western world B
    the New Testament and urged the Church to do some-
    thing about it.


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    by ISABEL GROVE
    Beautiful cocktail-buffet-supper dance given by Harvey and
    i Train* Salomon a lew Sundays ago in their lovelj home o:>. Alton
    id., in honor of their daughter, Susan, and her liance, Peier Levin
    Bride-elect radiant in a morning glorj pink satin sleeve! --
    frock with high Deck and full skin appliqucd in reembroidered
    [lowers Lovely Lorraine in a sheath with a draped bodice,
    scooped neckline and tinj sleeves, of egg-shell satin with gold
    threads drawn through She had designed and made both
    dresses with material imported from Paris Peter's mother,
    vivacious Mrs. Sally Bachrach, in keeping Kith Ihc color scheme
    ,i! the evening, ehose a deep shade ol pink satin ior her .-iim-lu.cd.
    short-sleeved outfit .
    The entire back pain was covered with a dance tloor and a
    i, in overhead The long buftej I had i sk.rl ol pi ik and a
    heart-shaped i erpiece ofici witl ll na Susai and Peter
    twined Each of the nine indirul ai round tables also
    ted pink clothes with pink candl >id orchids in the .< it r
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    committee of the Women's Cancer League oi
    they've set aside Fridays for

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    ause it attracts som< ol our most engaging women .. Aitnougn
    Lee Mills i......yed everj minute of her recent Caribbean cruise
    the Brasil, she returned happih to the challenge ol making tn.
    houses on her list absolutely irresistible to prospective buyers .. .
    i" r own lovely home on San Marino l.sland now being readiea 101
    Ihe expected visit next week of her son Richard and his win
    Judith, of Norwalk, Conn., and niece Eleanor Tobey, coming irom
    Providence, It.I. for a firsl sampling of our many attractions.
    it is difficult to figure out how vivacious Priva (Dr Solomon)
    Goldman manages to Hi her newly-acquired activities witn i
    Paul Wimbish Realty Co. into her alreadj crowded schedule
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    Section B
    400 guests danced to the music oi Mil hai i S lk r, enjoyed
    professional lance team's exhibition ol the Twit, then rritd it
    [rnselves, p ng to the Huliy Uulij and all Lie popular
    Latin dances Although Ihe in* latior.s read 'irom 1 to .. II
    ..., ,i pasl midnight belore th < I I ;.......
    A family dinner party given the iugh< belore bj Mr> Sail?
    i ichrach at her aome was more inti nate bui equall) beautiful...
    i tening was keyed by the centerpiece oi orange a.,.. ;.euo pom
    poms Susan basked in the attention ol the is members ol the
    iroup, looking charming in a close-fitting frock with linen skin and
    a iop. half-orange, half-green ..
    Another part) planned for the popular future bride is a lingerie
    shower at the Deauville or Jan 27 Rose (Mrs. Burton) Kahn
    u. I be hostess The young couple has circled Apr. 27 lor the
    nuptials
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    Samuel R and Eleanor Bossak, of 38S>4 NW 2nd ler., are cele-
    brating their 34th wedding anniversary Wednesday with a dinner
    party tor family and close friends The Bossaks came here Irom
    Greenwich, Con:: 18 years ago and have a son. William. 12 and
    aughter. Sandra (Mrs, Bern Adler. ol Raleigh, N <
    Vmbassador from Israel to the United Nations. Michael Coma)
    and Ins wife. Joan, guests recently of the Irving Prankels at the
    I ..irfax hotel .
    A 3.000-mile trip for Mrs Abe (Rae) Merar, ol 90 I Wesl ave
    Although she's corresponding secretarj oi aouthgato chapter ol
    i idassah. her visit to Cupenino, Calil.. has a mori personal
    Daughter Trudy (Mrs Roberl Foreman, who lives
    i expecting a new arrival.
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    Whatever became of those ehd,hen'.- parties which uu
    i man's bluli and pin Ihe tail on the donkey.' For her 13th
    ndaj la-' > urday. Sandy Karlan was nosiess to seven ol ner
    i assmates Irom Nautilus Junior High :or lunch at Juniors, com
    i with the proper number ol candles on an ice cream cake.
    lilowed in .. visil i.i the Sheridan Theatre lor "Wesl Side Story'
    Sandy, daughter ol the Bernard Karlan-. n New Rochelle,
    . escaped many cold northern winters l>> attending schools here
    - aring the excitemenl ol her natal day with her were Linda
    n, Sue Ellen Firestone, Penny berk, Diane Glickman,
    Greene. Karen Bicchinella, and Shellej Friedland.
    James Shapro, son of George and Sylvia Shapro, was nonun-
    recently as a candidate lor a Rhodes Scholarship, and also
    lapped for Phi Beta Kappa He's a member ol the Florida
    Blue Key, highest honorarj in Florida A graduate, with honor.-.
    from Miami Beach High. .limmic." will gel a degree Horn the
    University of Florida in February and will enter Vale University
    l..u school in Seotember Mis sister. Barbara (Mrs. Howard)
    Galper, will be here irom Chicago lor commencement exercises
    . A brilliant pianist with a degree in music irom the i mversitj
    ol Miami, Barbara taught in Dade county schools before her mar-
    ;
    So much happiness at the family dinner in the home ol the
    Harold Turks, he's former .Mayor of Miami Beach, when daughter,
    irnelia received that oh-SO-significant ring Irom Dr. Alvm I.
    Philipson, thai his parent-. Ihe living S. Philipsons. of Coral Cables.
    had another one the very next evening Formal announcement
    ol the engagement being made by the future bride s parents this
    week Meanwhile, she has returned to Brandei- University in
    Waltham. Mass. where she will receive her BA in February .
    Plans are being made for a spring wedding
    Feb. 14 luncheon
    Miami Beach, so
    .etting together and pooling all the
    information and*progress being made for Ihe glamor function at
    Ihe Fontainebleau First meeting which started at breakfast
    and lasted through lunch and afternoon tea was held last week at
    lh( home ol Mrs Harriet Cross Tin- Friday, the group can
    be found at the home of Mrs. Howard Grove, and the following
    week- Beryl (Mrs Abe Schonfeld, president, then Rosalie (Mrs.
    Joseph) Segal will each take her turn as hostes-. with the tin,il
    days, llth 12th and 13th, railing to Frances (Mrs. Milton) Linn,
    luncheon chairman, who may have to supply cots, as well as cof-
    fee Excessive enthusiasm tin- year due to the group- new
    project, not vet made public, equal in its far rea.Inn
    lo the Cobalt bomb Ihey presented
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    to Mt Sinai Hospital several
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    lition to running a large household with four children, ranging
    je irom 3 lo 12. she juggles easil) jobs like Girl Scou lead,.
    '" Troop 208, with 20 fifth and sixth grade girls from North bi <
    I mentary and Central Beach, and assistanl den mother for th
    Cub Scouts Most recently she was hostess in her home to tn
    Guatemalan boys representing their country m the International
    Junior Tennis Tournament Presenl houseguesl is Mrs. wnuam
    (Bea) Dolger, of Brookhaven. Ll. Dr. Solomon- Bister.
    Planning a Conference on the Changing Family are (left to
    right' these members oi the Women's Committee of Jewish
    Family end Children's Service: Mrs. B. B. Goldstein. Mis.
    Leonard Beldner, Mrs. David Kirsh. and Mrs. Harold Rand.
    Mrs. Nathaniel Levin (left), president of the Women's Auxiliary,
    presents a citation of appreciation to film star Nancy Kwan,
    star of "Flower Drum Song." The charming actress was one
    of many stage celebrities who have visited Cedars of Lebanon
    Hospital to pay tribute lo Miami's newest medical facility.
    Life Member Luncheon Slated
    Mrs .lack Ahlm. life member
    chairman, and Mrs. Sam Rost, ways
    and means chairman Ol the Great-
    er Miami Women'.- Auxiliary. Jew-
    ish Home for the Aged, will sponsor
    ;i life member and sustaining mem-
    ber luncheon on Thursday, Jan.
    25, at the Algiers hotel.
    The luncheon will honor Mrs
    David Phillip- "for her untiring
    and dedicated work lor the Home
    and for the Auxiliary
    From 1953 and 1960, Mrs Phil
    lips was life chairman ol the Auxil-
    iary, and brought in 600 life mem
    I e rs Both she and Mr. Phillips
    are on the parent hoard ol the
    Home, have worked in behalf Ol
    the building lund. and were am
    leaders in Ihe const nut ion ol the
    Ahlm Memorial Bull ling
    Mrs Rosl will give the in'
    tion at the Jan. 25 event. Baroi
    Hirsch Mover, vice president of the
    pi rent board, will -peak on "A
    Ti Ibute lo Byrtha Mrs. Louis
    Makovsky, program coordinator
    for the Auxiliary, has announced
    the appearance ol Ihe Unit r
    (i Miami Musical Comedy Smgi rs
    under the direction ol Ladislau
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    MRS. JACK ABtIN
    In charge ot reservations are
    Mrs. Manuel Tancnhaum. Mrs. Sol
    erm. n, and Mrs Lawrence Stl-
    verman, president.
    Women's Group
    Of JFCS Plans
    Workshops Here
    Women's committee of Jewish
    Family and Children's Servic I
    offer .he community i firs! 'Con
    ference on Ihe Changing Family"
    : the Duponl ri.ua hotel on i.
    23 from 9 30 to 2 p
    After registration, Ihrei i "
    renl workshoi s will bi I
    Li.'dcr the leadi i
    a I agi n< v profi na case
    rs The n;- ffered
    will be "! he Changing l .
    Marriag ," led b> Mrs Da "I
    K rsh and Mrs Fit enci S n
    i an ;ing Voice ol the I
    ral rs, Mrs H irold Rai ; ind
    Miss Sprincia Block: and "Changi i;
    i' islui e .n the Aging mi deral
    Mrs B. B. Goldstein and Robert
    Siegel.
    Also to appear at the workshops
    are Mrs, Nathan Perlmutter: Sol
    ' iehter. principal of Ada Fisher
    Junior High School: and Chat -
    Ploikin director, Senior Citizens
    Department, Greater Miami Jew
    i.-h Community Center Mrs i
    ard Beldner. board member, will
    be alternate panelist.
    Martin I will be lest spi ak-
    i r on the topic ol Housing Its
    ' .!..i, ai I El ;cl on I la) 's
    Communit) Li>
    "Purpose ol th, cor.ferei I
    to deal with i I
    prol le :.- ol fa n il> li\ >
    fei i he communit} the pi I i
    nv to learn from profess
    how lo r< > ogn /. these problei i .
    and help solve '.hem.' accordi to
    Mrs Alan Lipton, vice pre.-.;:
    of the women's committee and
    chairman of the conference
    in charge ol advance res
    tions is Mrs William Leone at
    MO 5 115-1 Mrs Bernard Stet -
    i- president of the women's ci
    nutlet
    ORT to Present
    'Jennie1 Award
    Women's American ort will pre-
    sent the annual international "Jen
    nie" award to Rivero y Mojena at
    a gala fashion show and luncheon
    in the Grand ballroom of the Fon
    tainebleau hotel on Tuesday, Jan
    30, at noon.
    Rivero y Mojena. former Cuban-!
    who have won national plaudits tor
    their coutounor clothes, are wide
    ly acclaimed by Vogue. Harper's
    and other leading national maga
    zines. Princess Marina Sterbato
    will do the commentating
    Entertainment will be by t h e
    "Giovannis.'' string music and voi-
    ces
    Mrs. .Joseph Kantor is chairman
    ol the day, Mrs. Philip Stark, co-
    chairman.
    In charge of reservations are
    Greater Miami chapter. Mrs Irv-
    ing Tillis; Miami Beach Alternoon
    chapter. Mis Ted Zallis; Islander's
    chapter, Mrs Carl Berman; Bay
    chapter. Mrs. Eugene Schwarz
    our -indent- include Jewish in-
    itants ol underdcvelopi i ( i
    tries, refugees and immigrants
    -i eking a new life in a new w o
    : Irj ing to build a creativ e,
    ductive, secure future
    Y' Women's Unit
    Slates Speaker
    Meeting oi the Women's l
    of Ihe Miami Beach YMHA
    held a! Ihe home ol Mrs So im i
    Kami. 4525 Nautilus dr., on '
    nesday, 10 a m.
    Dr Samuel Kahn psychol
    lecturer and author, will i a
    talk
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    for general solicitation of Greater Mi- Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Standing are Mrs. Ray-
    women are being discussed by this mond hul Mrs. Larry Friea.and. Mrs. irvi
    Lot! to tight (seated' are Mrs. Jean C. Cypen, Mrs. Dorothy Kr: .- nk.
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    Variety Show Sunday
    \ variety show, sponsored t>\ Ti
    th Israel Congn gation, will be
    presi nted in lh S cial Hall on Sun-
    . aj evening, Irving yuendo is
    'man.
    < omedy, music and magic will
    be presented by Leon Goldberg.
    Many Weiss, secretary of Show-
    man's Club. s\ ill conduct a "Sing-
    Along."
    Father Daughter
    Banquet Slated
    Annual father-daughter banquet
    at North Beach Elementary School
    will be held on Thursday. Jan. 25.
    t 30 p.m., in the school cafeteria.
    Guests of Mrs Mabel Mismr.
    i cipal. will be Joe Mall, super
    rundant of schools in Dade coun-
    ty, Jack Gordon, member of the
      Dr Donald Michnoff will greet
      daughters, ami Kenneth Paul
      * I be guesl speaker. The event
      is for girls in the tilth and sixth
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      OPEN FOR THf StASOH
      To J(("mm"d-t" Our Mnnv RMrone
      Enroll Volunteers
      At Lobby Shop
      Mrs, Morris Blau, chairman of
      [he Cedars ol Lebanon Lobby Shop.
      this week announced lhat 39 volun-
      teers have been enrolled to stalf
      the gift center
      "Arts, crafts, and unique gifts
      from all parts of the world are
      on display at the Lobby Shop.'"
      .Mrs. Blau said Many items are
      suitable for the holidays.
      Co-chairman. Mrs. Frank Cole.
      : nas spent several weeks decorating
      the shop, using gay colors, and
      stocking up on the newest nil'
      wrappings.
      Mrs Robert Werner, volunteer-'
      chairman, needs "at least 25 more
      women to fill work shifts that will
      ensure t h e Lobby Shops being
      i open continuously."
      i Volunteers serving in the Lobby
      shop are the Misses Elaine Ester-
      man and Henrietta Merson, Mes-
      dames Norman Brown. Gertrude
      Dunner. Edward Lewis, 9ic|icy
      Vronovitz, Herschel LescheL' Jack
      Amazon, Seymour Somerstein, Mar-
      tin Belle, Dorothy Aronovitz. Sam
      Luby, Arnold Avedon, Kuth Shaiz
      and Irvin Seaman.
      Hosp Plann*
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      Simoi -. Bi om ard M rs Benjamin
      Smith. South Darii am lira Ralph
      Le\: < Vp llo chapter. New York
      Knights in ihe royal procession
      include R, Williams Apte, Milton
      1>. Dreyfus, Dave Emmer, Joseph
      A. Gexfield, Mori Feldman, Lou
      Pollcr and George Okcll, sr.
      Chairman ol the Coronation Hall
      is George Coury. who will also
      preside as master of ceremonies.
      Bob Hubinstcin is co-chairman of
      the committee. A name band will
      provide music for dancing and en-
      tertainment la lent will be pre-
      sented.
      Sisterhood Has
      Officers Installed
      Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emcss
      held installation ceremonies at a
      'luncheon in the Strath Haven he
      tel recently. Rabbi Joseph E.
      Rackovsky was installing officer. ]
      Serving for Ihe coming year are
      Mesdames Anna Block, president
      Isador Schwartz. Rachel Sakowitz,
      Anna Cohen, vice presidents; Sarah
      Stone, treasurer: Fred Ochs, cor-
      responding secretary; Bessie Per
      sonik. n cording seci i tar> and
      Sam Gcltner, financial secretary.
      Deli gates to the Greater Miami
      Cemetcrj \ssri are Hyman Gal
      but, Mrs, Sanuu 1 Geltm i, and Na-
      than Ginsburg
      PETERSON'S
      STEAK PLACE
      Temple Zamora Luncheon
      Also Mesdames Charles Amdur,
      Nathan Rubin, Faye Klausner, Ld-
      he Weitzner, Sam Schulefand, Vie*
      Miller. Benjamin Oren, Marvin
      Rauzin, Sanford Emcrman, Robert
      Schwartz, Robert Rodenberg, Sol
      (ireenblatt F I'erlman. Robert
      SVms Ted Lotferman, Sal Ram- Sisterhood oj Temple Zamora .s
      , phiup warshaw, Louis Lem- holdn nonthly lunch-
      btre Herman Sumars Morton Hal- eon and card parly on Wednesdaj
      pern Harry 1'ato. W. Rubenstein noon Mrs, Sam Rozeen and Mrs.
      7140 SW 8th ST. CA 1-4563 and A. Rome. Sam Hirsh are chairmen.
      .


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      Friday, January 13 1952
      Dr. Wise to Jo?n Sen. Douglas Here
      At Three-Day Hebrew U. Women's Me*!
      1.
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      rapid!)
      the r.e .....pus. will be deti I
      Vi\ 1 f the Ires Ann ri
      rs spaaaiMe for iU rebuild-
      ing al the ini 1 < laj naw i >
      ferci 1 the Wcmei
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      qrk 1 o -
      1 .11 alto spe.
      he conference ;
      iH
      The wonu n's <
      .- on I
      more than l.uuo a. .. -
      ami B'ach from all part=
      ation. The deli gates
      act vities or the 1
      ion ericai 1
      li ;. d sions for the comii
      for Mi : ;' review ""' I "
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      Meeting of the board of the Brandeis group of
      Hcdassch at the Fontainebleau hotel on Mon-
      day featured c surprise progrcm. Mr3. Philip
      F. Thau rear president, thanks Abe Fein-
      bloom, of Rochester. N.Y.. for showing his col-
      lection of colored slides of the world-famed
      Miamian Conducts Dental Program
      First Lt. Frederic J Wasserman. been conducting daily dental
      27. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel giene cla.-se> for parents
      \Va.--erman. of 7727 Dickens ave. fi Huachuca is the home of the
      Miami Beach, a dental officer serv- v.i. Army Electronic Proving
      ing at the Ft. Huachuca Army Den- Ground. Located in southeastern
      tal Clinic in Arizona, has been as- Arizona, it was originally estab-
      sisting in a Children's Dental ]j$hed in 1877 as a cavalry post to
      Health Week program now being ward oil Indian attacks against
      conducted here white settlers Today, it is the test
      In addition to giving complete center for the latest Army electron-
      o'ental examinations to the child- ic equipment.
      ren of the post. Lt. Wasserman has Prior to entering the Army in
      ----- August. 1901. Wasserman was grad-
      U ClA uated from the University of Flon-
      HadaSSan blaTeS .>. and ;he Baltimore College
      _ _, Den;;.l Surgery in Maryland He
      DOCK KeVieW attended the Army Medical
      Second book review of the Mi- ''"'!<': Service School a: Ft. Sam
      . Beach chapter of Hadas
      will take plac on Monday, 1 3'
      thi Mgiers h ".el.
      Mrs I \1 Weinstein will review
      -< lling books 1 :
      ay Life in < rt b) L
      r
      -
      pleaded cas<
      ted 1 He repn < .....*-..
      Quentin Reynold S.\
      highly ] .- I libel sun e> that
      w< stbrooke Peg now
      4er and th< ed
      : prt sented \ .
      ..... pan ages 4 to 18. Camp I! rs
      His mothi r is a resident of Great hi s< ssion : r S375
      ir a an an has been invited as zing 1 h a I
      . guest at thi '1 lew ip] tities an in< reased
      Mrs Fr< immediate past ratii climate and
      . lent 1: Bi ach chapter a
      will be chairman of the day. hi an enti ing and
      ----------------------Qra, 1 explain* *ho also
      Pl(3nO PilDlls tressed '.ha: dietary laws
      To b& Ht?orci "' ces art' hl,<1 Friday '
      w mm ,^*-1 ** Saturday mornings Camp
      Jascha Fischermann will pre- Hmdaie has. in addition to a pool.
      thri < ol his pupils in a piano
      :.; Chagall windows now en their w<
      Israel. Expressing their approval ar<
      rich: three pas! presidents of the crouc: Mrs.
      Earl Coplon. Mrs. Fred Jonas, and Mrs. Ed-
      ward Weithorn.
      fraternitj and Alpha Omega den
      :al fraternity.
      Lt. Wasserman and his wife,
      Carolyn, now reside >: 143 Sted-
      man si Ft Huachu
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      iki rs ..; ,u' n strum ol I 1
      ,vomi n group coi venti ch
      pens with an inaugural lunch, ir
      ,1 the Americana
      Ither guests il n
      Paul 11 D tuglas, ol I
      Mrs Louis S Gimbel, jr
      ....
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      ical, education ai d
      will be gut
      < i).\ .-11-11 incl
      lit a 1 1 i and studei rom
      i| 0 mtries stud) 1
      \ < rsities.

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      Yafis Meet Sunday
      Y.ilis are mc< :.r. ..! thi
      and hotel for dancing ;< a flo
      Ni on Sunday evening.
      .
      Ft Huachuca last October.
      Lt Wasserman is a member of
      v. 01 Pi Lambda I'hi s 1
      NEW
      DAIRY MEAL
      TREAT!
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      recital on 1 day. 7:30 p.m., at
      the hom< of Dr and Mrs. Sidney
      Adler The program will feature
      works on Mozart and Beethoven
      performed bj Ri-a Adler. Judy
      Karg, and Debbie Karg
      Prof. Fischermann was dean of
      the Music Teachers' Assn. of Cuba
      and director of the Fischermann
      Conservator) in Havana for many
      years
      He also conezed extensively
      throughout the United States under
      the auspices of the National Broad-
      Mating Company Artists' Service
      a private lake on the camp t n unds
      ted in the Catskill Mountains.
      rn available lot... j
      by writing Grand at 259 Washing-
      ton ave.. Miami Beach ST.-
      Parents to be Entertained
      Nursery school pupils of Temple
      Emanu-El will entertain their par-
      on Monday when each class
      presents a special program related
      to the countrj il has been studying
      for the school's project. "Child
      of Foreign Lands." Each class-
      been decorated. Art
      work 01 thi ( uldren will be dis-
      ed.
      AJCong. Units
      Plan Programs
      M'ami chapter of American Jew-
      >h Congress will have a discussion
      group and general meeting at
      'Vral Gables Masonic Lodge. 41
      Valencia ave.. on Wednesday at
      10 a.m.
      Topic will be "Anti-Semitism in
      the USSR." Guest at luncheon
      will be Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
      >t Temple Beth Shirah.
      *
      Louise Waterman Wise chapter
      a ill have a book re. i< era!
      and luncheon event next
      Thursday, Jan. 25. 10:30 am. ,t
      idilla< hotel.
      r will be Si
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      Iress on Jews in South Afi
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      Local Woman
      Attends Confab
      Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. chairman
      Commission, attended a special
      program in New York City last
      week for training young people to
      i ssume future leadership in the
      AnwMcnn-- ,lt\vi The program was sponsored in
      the form of the second national as-
      sembly of the American Zionist
      Youth Commission. -imported joint-
      ly by Hadassah and the Zionist Or-
      ganization ol America.
      Key speakers included Rabbi
      Irving Miller, chairman of the
      American Zionist Council
      Mrs. A. Lester Stepner (left), president of the Mt. Sinai Hos-
      pital Garden Club, and Mrs. Harry Moscoe, chairman of the
      club's fourth annual flower show, discuss details of the show
      scheduled here next month.
      Sinai Gardeners Planning Show
      Country Fair
      Slated Sunday
      Annual County Fair and Bazaar
      given by the Cham VVeizmann
      group of Miami Hadassah will be
      held Sunday from 2 to 10 p.m.. at
      the Miami Pioneer.- Club. 250 Ntt
      N River dr.
      A three-day. all-expense, round
      trip to Nassau on the SS Florida
      will be given away. There will be
      a variety of home-cooked foods
      ind a wide selection of merchan-
      dise to be ?old at low prices.
      Admission is free, and it is open
      to the public.
      In honor of 14 years of service to the Center and the commun-
      ity, Hyman Kam (right; is presented with a gold watch by
      GMJCC executive director Efraim H. Gale (left! as a gift from
      his many friends in the Center. Kam was also honored lor
      his 75th birthday and his reelection as president of the Miami
      Branch Golden Age Friendship Club. Looking on is Mrs. Kam.
      Center Branch Honors Kam
      In recognition of "14 years of Jewish Appeal, and Congregation
      devoted service to the community." Ceth El.
      a gold watch was presented to Hv- ,, .. ... ,
      man Kam upon his installation as M"' Kum- h,S wUm f VCr 52
      president of the Golden Age Friend- >'*ars, stood beside him as he re-
      Ml Sinai HosiUl Garden Club's
      fourth annual flower show and tea
      will bi held at the home of Mr-.
      Jonas 1 Brotman. 1818 23rd st,
      miii- : Island ;. on Wednesday.
      feii :. from i to 5 p.m.
      Thi :. i ol the show. "Internation-
      al Fantasy,'.' will be carried out
      with er LOO exotic designs of
      foliage, fresh fruits and
      : icd terials, singly and in com-
      b natii i -
      High -hi- of the show will in-
      clud tries by "the junior division,
      girls > to 16 years of age
      Thi French Consulate is making
      ..i oi dolls lepicting 13 Provin>
      cc, .. there will be a displaj
      from I I.-raet flower show.
      An ded attraction will be a
      by award winning artist.
      1 '!...- .: Br
      Invitations Out
      For Cedars Ball
      Goh id w I invitations were
      in Hi', mail '.ii- week tor Cedars
      ol l.i:. ;on Auxiliary's third an-
      rti! ner a: '. ball to take place
      Satui evening, Feb. to. at the
      Springs Villas.
      Ann--.iced as "an evening ol
      sheer tunsans worry, stress, "or
      stra n the afl lir promises to at-
      tract < biggest turnout in the
      three-year history of the service
      gamzi :ion
      Art Bruns wul provide a special
      program of entertainment, dance
      music and tun. the committee said.
      Meanwhile, a number of local
      vumt< long active in the volunteer
      work ol Cedars' Auxiliary, have
      accepted assignments to insure
      maximum attendance.
      Appointed, were Mrs. Herschel B.
      Leschel, general chairman; Mrs.
      Jacob Cclsky ami Mrs Fred Wit-
      koff, invitations committee; Mrs.
      Benjan n i; Oren, tickets dis
      luir-en ,-.!; \i,-v Reuben Rochklnd
      and \i: Mitchell Goldman, reser
      itiont and Ml Lawrence Ailler.
      hostes> -
      l'u I" ma) b obtained bj writ-
      1 ailing Mrs. Oren al 1640
      av< Miami.
      Mrs Harry A Moscoe is chair-
      man of the .-how for the second
      year, assisted by Mrs. Harold
      lliischfield
      President is Mrs, A. Lester Step-
      ner.
      ADL Film to be Shown
      Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
      !('ri:h will have as guest speaker
      attorney Aaron Foosaner. He w ill
      narrate the film. "Anti-Semitism
      in America." presented by t h e
      Anti Defamation League The
      meeting will be Tuesday. 8:15 p.m..
      at the Washington Federal Savings
      and Loan Assn 1241 Wa-rington
      ave
      ship Club of t h e
      Branch.
      The gift from his tnends and as-
      sociate- at the Greater Miami Jew-
      ish Community Center also hon-
      ored Kam for "devoted leadership
      he has given to his club, the Cen-
      iii and the community.''
      Kam ha- served in
      capacities with other
      lions, including Hebrew Free Loan
      Assn., L'SO. United Fund, Combined
      Miami YMHA ceived the award a: a recent lunc
      ion here Other persons installed
      as leaders in the Golden Age
      i- riendship Club include Sam Deel,
      first vice president; Benjamin Ka-
      waller, second vice president; Boris
      Cutler, treasurer; Mrs. Frieda
      Grecke, social secretary; Mrs. Les-
      leader.-hip ter Grozier. corresponding secre-
      organiza- lary; Mrs. David Braun, financial
      secretary; and Leo Shefrin. record-
      ing secretary
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      rjmisti fhrMton
      Friday, January 19, 1952
      JFCS Executive Speaks to Youth
      [van Cohen, director of the Mi-
      ami Beach Branch of the Jewish
      Family und Children's Service, will
      be guest speakei al a meeting or
      the Keren Ami Council of the Beth
      Torah religious school on Sunday.
      Jan. 28 al 9 "
      ' Cohen will explain tfie role of
      the a tenci in community life and
      will answer questions from mem-
      bers ol the Council ho are study-
      ing ..,,. ian ... welfare agencies
      otthe Jewish communttj here.
      Each u" k the students of the
      school i <""l> which are
      divided -!l : >"' ,nal and
      inten encies Recently,
      ;!i. > contributed $50 to the I |
      Fund of DaJe CotjntJ
      On the Keren Ami Counci
      Debbie Golden, Steven BarbakofC,
      Janet Bauni. Terry Morga
      David Bergman, Roberta Schacter,
      SOMtl Caveltr-Kobert ViRmnn. Man
      peter man, Andy Keiss. Jodj Brow,
      .! Ellen Liebman. Harmon Greea
      j Jes'e Iteithman, i
      Patricia Karp, s i
      rter Rickj Hai k
      Lee G ildberg, Vrlen
      ko, Michael Snyder, Jane
      b : -'-. n Abrams, Micha< i
      kin. William Wilson and
      k ufman, presidei l
      Left to right ere Mrs. Ncn Cohen, treasurer; Mrs. M. A^ Baskin. .
      .o-chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. So! C. Shaye, hosts to the Technion j0 /(fork Tu B Shevat
      meeting at their home; Dean and Mrs. Joseph Weil; and Mrs.
      living Lehrman. chairman, Women's Division. Greater Miami
      chapter, American Technion Society.
      Women See Technion Feats
      :>! Joseph Weil, dean of the col-
      |i _, hi engineering at the Univer-
      - i> of Florida, spoke" at a meeting
      la*i week of the Greater Miami
      chapter ol the Women's Division
      ol 'he American Technion Society
      the home "I Mr and Mrs. Sol
      i- shaye 1300 Biscaya dr Surf-
      si
      Di an Weil demonstrated a motor
      which operates by solar energy and
      adio, the batteries of which are
      recharged by solar energy Both
      were developed at Technion. Is-
      rael's Institute ol Technology in
      II. ifa
      The solar battery in the radio
      - ol silicon wafers which.
      ai livated by the >un. spontaneously
      n ease electricitj Technion's de-
      [-.. rtmenl of solar energj is headed
      I prol Nathan Robinson, who re-
      Beth David religious school will
      celebrate Tu B'Sheval on Sunday
      . two assemblies An Israeli film
      v ill be shown Holiday and Israeli
      songs will be led b> Cantor William
      Lipson Pnmar) Department will
      conduct its own a-sembfo al Ihe
      same time under the direction
      Mrs. Alexander Stiebel
      i.ntly lectured before scientific so-
      i leties in the United States.
      Dean Weil also reported that
      Technion has developed refrigera-
      tors operated by solar energy r)r> Zuclcerbram to Speak
      Other projects include those at
      Fairbanks Whitney Corp.. and the
      building ol a water desalination
      plant in Israel.
      Technion. known as the MIT ot
      Israel, was established in 1912 Mrs
      Irving Lthrman is chairman of the
      Greater Miami chapter ol the Wom-
      en'- Division Serving as co chair
      man is Mrs. M. A. Baskin. Mrs.
      Nan Cohen is treasurer,
      Bi-weekly meeting ot Chug Ivri.
      Hebrew discussion group, will be
      held Tuesday evening al Temple
      Ner Tan.id Dr Joseph S Zucker
      bram will -peak on Hie B I i
      Greatest Book of Humanit*
      r
      W.LNO
      KOSHER
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      Southwest ORT
      In Fund-Raiser
      Southwest chapter ol Women's
      American ORT will hold in onlj
      fundraising event ol the year on
      Saturdaj evening, Jan 27, at llil-
      lel House, 1100 Miller dr L'niversi-
      > of Miami campus
      A dance team Irom the Coral
      Gables Arthur Murray Studio will
      dcmonstrati the Twil and Hullj
      Gully.
      Prizes "ill include dinner for
      two at the Pub. Embers and Chand-
      , :. restaurants, as well as week-
      ends for two al the Algiers and
      Prince Michael hotel-
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      Chai Chapter
      Fashion Show
      Chai chapter oi B'nai B'rith
      Women Will hold il> annual fashion
      show Sunday noon at the Deau
      ville hotel
      Mrs Herman Hammer Is ticket
      chairman Chairman ol the da)
      will be Mrs Max Kern Mrs Ruth
      Core> i> co-chairman
      Mrs, Oscar Rosenthal, president.
      said thai the program will include
      a musical presentation b) Joseph
      Malek. with Olga Bibor Stern a
      ihe piano
      'Beatnik' Fete
      For Parkinson
      Hosts tor the Saturday niyht
      "Beatlltk" paintins party of the 21
      Club, an affiliate ol the National
      Parkinson Foundation, will be Dr
      and Mr- Syvil Marquit. 1330 NE
      129th St., No Miami
      Conn! Gordon, art teacher, will
      provide each of the member- with
      canvas, paints and instruction lor
      creating a complete picture
      President of the group is Mrs
      Mortimer 1 Podell
      First-Year-Man leads
      Ituante. tirst-year-man at Dania
      .lai-Alai Palace, is a leading con
      tender for the back court half ol
      Ihe World Doubles Championship
      race and also is close to the leaders
      mi the race for the high!) coveted
      Most Games Won title. Now leading
      World Singles Championship play
      Ignacio. defending champion.
      Laca, Vergara, Ondarra and Alex.

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      Page 7-B
      1
      'Stairway' Lunch Set Wednesday
      Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
      hold its annual "Stairway to the
      Stars" luncheon on Wednesdaj
      noon in the Napoleon room at the
      leauville hotel
      \ fashion show featuring gowns
      hj Fredrica ;mrt fur.-- bj Fredericks
      v ill highlight the occasion. There
      v ill ii]~ lie entertainment
      .Mrs. Jack Segal i- chairman of
      Ihe day, and Mrs. Kay Morse is
      Sisterhood president.
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      The club will hold its sixth an-
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      Sunday, i> 30 pm at the Lucerne
      hotel.
      others to be installed are Vrchie
      Allman, executive vice iire.-i.ifiii:
      Fayc Sonn, Lenore Gerstenfield
      ..: ,| Henrj Donncr. vice presi-
      dents; Lillian Ughtman, recording
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      JLrektnan
      BYRTHA
      over twenty %car? apo. Byriha continued wiih
      the Braille work that she hid bwi dome n
      the Chicago public schools. When her machine
      broke down, she found that it was imro^iole
      to have it repaired. There were no machincs-
      no Braille ork at all being done here. She
      got a group of women together at her home,
      found a Braille teacher, and started a sorely
      needed project.
      Thc'i cant the money-raising, wnicn was
      also undei her aegis, -o that the Light House
      for t*e Blind could have a machine ot its own
      That was the first of the many machines for
      which 'he raised money, She became active
      in National Council of Jewish Women, was the
      first treasurer ot Brandeis University National
      Women's Committee, offered volunteer time to
      the Greater Miami Jewish Fedration. and was
      pan of the little group of Chicagoan> who at
      lemple Beth Sholom held services in a storeroom to thank God for peace
      after World War II
      Later, of course, came Mt. Sinai Hospital. One day. >he took her
      mother to visit at the Jewish Home for the Aged. There were^the sick
      and the well, together just waiting to pass away. seemed to her.When
      the opportunity srose through the untimely death of JacK Ab in Mr
      and Mrs Phillips plavcd a tremendous role in helping to establish the
      Jack AbUn Memorlal-the first especially-designed and equipped unit
      for the chronically aged in the south.
      According to Byrth?, she and Dave live a quiet life, but Byrthas
      bubbling enthusiasm must impart an exciting touch to even the quiet
      Me she professes that -hev have A little golf, a little traveling and a
      lot of participation in the affairs of their community provide a wide
      scope of activities. They have recently returned from a wonderful trip
      vhich included Tahiti. New Zealand and Australia. They were very
      excited by uninhabited Tahiti, whose major product is boyi
      Ihev both wait lor th^ mailman to bring them news
      grandchildrenall boys. I* it any wonder that Byrtha i-
      grandma, among the grandmas?
      COUNTRYMEN .
      Miss Scherer,
      Marvin Adelman
      Exchange Vows
      The former Miss Judi Scherer
      dau hter of Mr and Mrs. Joseph
      Scherer. 8800 SW 51st St., chose an
      all pink color scheme lor her wed-
      ding to Marvin Adelman. son ot
      Mr and Mrs. Jack Adelman. 631
      \\V 47th ave. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
      man performed the double ring
      candlelight ceremony in the Alham-
      bra room oi the Seville hotel, on
      Sunday, Jan. 14. A reception fol-
      lowed.
      The bride's gown of white peau
      de -me featured a ba>mic bodice
      designed with scalloped neckline
      rd hard-drawn alencon lace
      embroidered with seed pearl
      sequins, and point-to-hand sleeves
      r.t bouffant skirt was highlighted
      back an.! fror.t with the lace, pearls
      nd sequins, and swept to a chapel
      train.
      The triangular coronet covered
      wi'h alencon lace, sequins and
      pearls, held a bouffant, waist-
      length veil. She carried a white
      prayer book with white orchids
      MaTon of honor was Mrs. Shel-
      don Scott, the bride's sister.
      Bride-maids were Ronnie and
      Marlene Scherer. cousins of the
      bride. Judy Dublcr and Loi> Nei-
      Friday. January 13, 1962
      re-
      and
      Carolee Dtmayer,
      Michael Stein
      Mr and Mrs. Hyman Dunayer. of
      645 NK 179th St., No Miami Beach,
      announce the engagement of their
      daughter. Carolee. to Michael
      Stein son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
      Stein! 3965 NW 185th t.
      The bride-elect is a graduate of
      North Miami Senior High and is a
      dental assistant.
      Her fiance i- setf-ernptoyed.
      UM Students
      Plan Marriage
      Hope Weintraub. the brides cou-
      sin, was flower girl, and her neph-
      Wayce Martin Scott, was ring
      i earer.
      Larry Adelman served as his
      brother's bi>t man Ushers were
      Sheldon Scott. Michael Block. Lar-
      r} Perl. Steven Bnil ana Michael
      and Martin Osman.
      The new Mrs. Adelman sradu-
      ated from Miami High, attended
      the University ot Florida, and
      about the live
      a most popular
      Warhaf tigs Will Live in Miami
      *
      FRIENDS ROMANS
      The friends of Leonard and Toby Fnedland didn't lend their ears,
      but their eyes were put to ^ood use when they arrived at the Diplomat
      South to attend the fortieth birthday party that Toby ga\e for her hus-
      band. Lennie. in a grand Roman lashion. Two doormen in Roman togas
      .-ip.d leaves in their hair gave an inkling of what was inside. All ot the
      2*0 guests agreed that the whole affair was fantasticright cut of the
      - of Roman history Huge column* of gold, the Goddess Diana
      flanked by two Roman gardens, and a tinkling fountain formed the back-
      ground for the two bars and hors de'ouvre table. Toby, hi a floor-length
      exquisite w hue beaded sheath, gave the -ignal for the two Roman slave-,
      who heralded dinner w'tta their trumpets, then threw open the golden
      doors that led to the ether part oi tin Beaux Arts Ball room that had
      I-1 n transformed into an ancient round Roman arena.
      Masses of red and white carnation.-, red. black, and gold columns,
      and screens made you feel that y< i< were in another world. Black fight-
      ing cocks in varied poses were in the midst of the I lowers on the tables
      arranged for ten. But "here was tiothing Roman about the dinner, the
      high point- ot which were sliced fillet, crepes suzette, and champatne
      The birthday cake brought in on u golden chano' wa- a huge replica of
      a Roman temple, but righl behind it was the small "eating' cake that
      Leonard cut. A red sat'n canopv on the stage provide;; the background
      lor the entertainment, -he Four Lads and. of course, the Twisters.
      About two o'clock, the golden doors swung open again, and back in
      the reception room the tables had been set up for breakfast. By this
      I.me. no doubt many were wishing tor the couchs pictured at the Roman
      spectacles. Sam and Hattie FrieCland and the whole Friedland clan
      wire there, including about forty who flew in from Philadelphia. Toby"?
      side of the family, the Leonards, were there and her mother. Mrs Anne
      Levantine. The Ronald Friedmr-us, with whom they had Just returned
      trcm a crui.-.e. flew in from Tamra. Among the Miamians present were
      Mr and Mrs. Irwin Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmer. Mr. and Mrs
      Stanley Raskin. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Chisling. Mr. and Mrs. Donald
      Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Nelrn Sweet. Mr ard Mrs. Norman Arkin. and
      Mr and Mr- Bernard Seiderman.
      * *
      AROUND ABOUT
      Not Mich an xciting game th< pro playoff classic at the Orange
      Bowl, for those who wanted Plrlauelphia to win n seemed a- U no
      Wives were in:ere>ted m this garni Truthfully, enough football i- too
      much. Seen on the south side, around the fifty-yard lineevery seal
      al thl orange bowl is on 'he fifty-yard line, including ours; however,
      i'.s funny, but the iwentv-yard marker always seems to get in my way-
      were Maurice Pwlstein, Skip Broad. Jack Cooper. Teddy Goldstein.
      Dr Donald Kobley. Leon Sirkin. Paul Marks and Bill (Yellow Cabi
      Si gal. Florence (Mrs. Harry Markowitz) ilidn ; take the day of!, how-
      ever. She was passing hot dogs out to her family, a whole row of them.
      In the lobby of the Coconut Grove Playhouse, discussing "Bye-Bye
      Birdie.'' were Mr and Mrs. Sam Meiselman, Mr and Mrs Ben Gren-
      aids. Mr. and Mrs. Manny Green. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rose. Mr. and Mrs.
      Leonard Eggert. and Mr and Mrs. Jerry Union
      Lili (Mrs. Joseph) Duntov ha> received a letter advising her that
      she is now on the National Council of the Joint Distribution Committee.
      it's a wonderful honor going to z wonderful person.
      A double ring ceremony on Sun-
      dav, Jan. 14. united Ruth Lachman
      and Marvin Warhaftig at the Wald-
      man hotel, where a reception and
      dinner followed. Rabbi H. Louis
      Rodman officiated.
      Daughter of Mrs. Meta Lach-
      man. of Baranquilla. Colombia, and
      the late Bruno Lachman. the new
      bride attended -chools in South
      America. At her wedding. Ruth
      Mr and Mrs. Maurice Simon,
      1543 Adams St.. .Hollywood, an-
      ncunce the engagement of their
      daughter. Betty Jane, to Robert
      Keith Fabric, son f Dr. and Mrs.
      B L. Febric, 6<>l I aim dr.. Golden
      Isle.-.
      The bride-elect, a local beauty
      contest winner, graduated with
      honors from South 1 reward High.
      She is an honor student in her sen-
      ioi year at the I r.iversity of Mi-
      ami, and is historian of the Nation-
      al Education As-n chapter for
      students on campus.
      Her fiance i- attending the Uni-
      versity of Miami, where he is on
      the Dean's List, and plans to enter
      medical school next tail. He is
      DeitaGamnia and Delta president of Alpha Epsilon Delta,
      national premedical honor society,
      vice president of Alpha Phi Omega
      fraternity, member of Beta Beta
      Beta, biological honorary'- serves
      on the board of governor- of the
      Student Union, and belong* to the
      Chemistry Club.
      An engagement party was held
      ,;t the Old Heidelberg on Dec 24.
      Those attending were Dr. and Mrs.
      11 Simon. Isabel and Virginia Si-
      mon. Maurice and Edith Simon,
      Susan Joy Simon. Mr- Jennie Rob-
      in-. Irving and Ruth Robins. Bar-
      rj Robins, Mrs. Hilda Davis. Mr
      and Mrs lay Liebhober, Mr. and
      Mrs E Rubin. Dr and Mrs. Ben
      Fabric, and their tour SORB. Stuart,
      Robert. Bruce and Elliot.
      MRS. MARVIN iMUMl
      graduated from Florida College of
      Medical Technology She is a mem-
      , Ph
      Phi EpMlon.
      The bridegroom I- a graduate 01
      Miami High and attended the Uni-
      versity ol Miami He i> a mem hi r
      oi La Pache fraternity and Pi
      Lambda Phi.
      After a trip to Nassau, the newly-
      . ( will live at 11821 SW 35th -t
      Lynn Warhaftig was maul of hon-
      or, and Ronnie Grossman, brides-
      maid.
      The bridegroom is the son ol Mr
      and Mrs. Harry Warhaftig. of New-
      ark. N. J. where he received his
      education. Arthur Wexlin was
      best man. and David (iornitsky
      served a- usher.
      After .m extended honeymoon,
      the young couple will make their
      home in Miami
      Out-ol town guests were Mrs
      Jennie Heller, Mr. and Mrs. J.
      Sherkow, and their lour children,
      all from Milwaukee Wis.
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      Page 9-B
      Temple A>iaih Yeshurun held
      its Congregation Capers"
      ,; sai relay nighl under the
      r Mrs Da\id MisonznicK wore an
      rang) 'hcrbtrt colored .-ilk shirt-
      I, wish a lull -kirt and Inter-
      !.,:.(.(! baek. .Mrs. Da\id
      c a two-piece gold
      brocade, with her jacket
      10 the tunic length. A
      n v ool jersey knit en-
      ill a as the choice of Mrs
      V.r, Svidman. Her >heath was
      and her matching three-
      r length coat was in a sand
      ,i deep green band
      ip line to the hem line.
      i ilack velvet sheath was worn
      Mr> Robert Blank. Her dress
      red .i -land up collar and
      quarter length push-up
      .i- Mrs llarrx Beyer's en-
      - in a silver silk and
      brocade. Her sheath was
      pperl it h a three-quarter-
      cr.g'h ial featuring a black vel-
      Lolliir. Black wool was
      "I Mrs. Herbert Park-
      In popular sheath with
      ; bodici oi draped chiffon, and
      hurt titled jacket which was
      landed in -aim.
      Mrs Mian Gluckstern wore a
      white moygashel linen sheath.
      iih lace inserted sleeves and a
      collar. Mrs. Lawrence
      Brandt black silk crepe lea-
      harem turned under
      hem onlj in the back. Tangerine
      vilk uas ihe color and fabric
      choici : \lr< Stanley Friedman
      Her tilled bodice featured a low
      scooped ., k line and her skirt.
      unprevM d pleat;.

      lulRS. Max Zucker, wife of the
      ire a black wool and
      mohair ensi mbJc. Her wool
      ' lipped with the hip-
      '' '"hair jacket which was,
      eul in Ihi Chanel style featuring
      al lh< Sack.
      v- ual Italian knit ensenv
      by Mrs. Stanlev
      Bitehel In olive green, her sheath
      harlequin pattern!
      II a double breasted.;
      I coat. Her coat was
      -' lil wool. Mrs Jo-
      " chose an emerald
      '" *"ol jersey with a fitted i
      "M >kirt; while Mrs.
      - miler wore black gros
      de loi
      "< New York, Mrs.
      Ethel Block attended the affair
      in a beige wool Knii jacket dress.
      Mrs. Beverly N'adler wore a two-
      piece white silk damask sheath
      with a short, cutaway styled jack-
      et. Her neckline on the jacket
      was in: wide and trimmed with
      white lur. A black -ilk linen
      -heath was the choice of Mrs.
      Marcy Rubenstein. Her black
      cashmere sweater was banded in
      the Chanel style with multi-col-
      ored iridescent sequins.
      Mrs Philip Paul chose a three-
      piece muted gold and green satin
      brocade. Her bodice was cut in
      the overblouse style, and her
      jacket ended just below the waist.
      A two-piece royal blue knit, band-
      ed m satin, was worn by .Mrs. Jo-
      seph Liebman. Self-colored all
      over embroidery was featured on
      Mrs. Paul Hershman's sand-col-
      ored wool jersej sheath
      yyiFE ol Temple Adath Yeshu-
      * runs former Rabbi. Mrs.
      Jonah Caplan. wore a powder blue
      and silver knit that took her two
      years to make. Her sheath style
      dr sv had a rounded neckline
      banded in ice blue satin .Mrs.
      Charles Kellin selected a two-
      piece black silk alpaca with the
      fashionable loose-fitting jacket.
      Her sieves wen1 bracelet-length,
      and her standaway collar was cut
      away from the face.
      Mrs. John ('ours black wool
      -heath was Ihe classic tailored
      dress, with white stitched trim.
      Citron yellow was the color oi
      Mrs Bernard Sacks' Italian knit
      ensemble. Her jacket was lined in
      the same silk print of her blouse.
      A jewel-toned turquoise was Ihe
      color ol Mrs. Roy Lawn- chiffon
      -heath A double ruttle cascaded
      down the entire Iront oi her dress.
      Mrs. Richard Donath selected a
      black silk crepe -heath entirely
      reembroidered with black bugle
      beads.
      Mess Rudenberg,
      Airman Plan Rites
      Mi. and Mrs. Samuel Rurten-
      berg, Of 8600 Byron avc. announce
      ihe engagement of their daughter.
      Diane, to Cadet Charles R. Piver.
      son of .Mr. and Mrs Dan Piver, of
      88.il Carlyle ave.
      The couple plan an August wed-
      ding followed by a tour of the Cen-
      tral AuierMMiii Islands
      Miss Rudenberg. after graduat-
      ing from Miami Beach High School.
      i- attending the University of
      Florida, where she is majoring in
      education. She is a member of
      Delta Phi Epsilon national soroity.
      Mr. Piver, also a graduate of Mi-
      ami Beach High School, is a second
      lieutenant in the Corp.- of Cadets
      al The Citadel, Charleston. S. C,
      end a member of Alpha Phi Omega
      national fraternity.
      He was recently commended as
      "Outstanding Air Cadet" by the
      Air Force R O.T.C., and plans to
      make the Air Force his career.
      MISS DIANl RUDENBfffG
      Women See Film
      David Congregation. Program will
      R'nai B'rith Women of Miami '"elude a 40-minute film. 'Israel."
      will meet Tuesday evening at Beth narrated by Edward G. Robin-on.
      MISS COKNHIA TUtff
      i i Luncheon Plans
      On Agenda
      Miami Beach chapter ol Child-
      un's Asthma Research Institute
      and Hospital was to meet Thurs-
      day. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal'
      Savings and Loan Assn 1244 Wash-
      ington ave.
      Plans lor a membcr-bring-a-mem-
      ber luncheon were to be discussed,
      according lo Mrs. Sidney Ritter-
      man. president.
      Progress report on a contest fea-
      turing a trip to Hawaii lor two was
      also to be presented by Mrs. Ann'
      Turks Announce
      Cornelia's Troth
      Former Mayor of Miami Beach.
      Harold Turk, and Mrs Turk, of
      5574 Collins ave., Miami Beach,
      announce the engagement of their
      daughter. Cornelia, to Dr. Alvin L.
      Phillpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
      ing S Phillpson, ol 808 Jerommo
      dr.. Coral Cable-.
      Cornelia, a graduate of Miami
      Reach Senior High School, attend-
      ed Harvard University and Lesley
      College in Cambridge. Mass. She
      will receive her Bachelor of Arts
      degree from Brandei- University
      at Waltham. Mass in February.
      Dr. Philipson. a graduate of
      St.unite in Military Academy. Staun-
      ton. Ya.. University of Alabama,
      and University of Alabama school
      of dentistry, is a member of Alpha
      Fpsilon Delta, national honorary
      pre-medical society; Alpha Chi
      Sigma, national professional chem-
      istry society; and Alpha Omega,
      national dental society. He is also
      a member of the Masons and
      Shrine.
      Dr Philipson served in the U.S.
      Air Force al Homestead Air Force
      Base, and is now practicing den-
      tistry in Coral Cables.
      A spring wedding is planned.
      Bietz. wavs and means chairman. I

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      Burg is chairman.
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      Noted Poet Will Open Yivo Series
      Yivo Forum, sponsored by the
      Greater Miami Yivo Committee,
      will open its nih season Saturday,
      8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Public
      school. 1420 Washington ave
      The series will !>< a regular Sa-
      turday feature at (he same time
      ill place running1 fon2 weeks.
      Lectures will deal with past and
      contemporary Jewish life in the
      world at large, including history.
      literature, economics, and phiio*-u-
      phy
      Speakers will include Chaim
      Grade, poet and novelist; Baruch
      Shefner, literary editor of the Jew*
      i^h Daily Forward; fluchei Korn.i
      poel and short story writer; Dr.
      Shlonio Bikel, critic and journa-
      list; Leo Feinberg, poet and journa-
      list, of the Jewish Daily "Zaraho-
      val." of Israel; Saul Raskin, paint-
      i r; and many others
      Opening the series this Saturday
      will be Chaim Grade, recent Kess-
      ler literary award winner in Mexico
      City Grade i> the author of four
      books of poetry and three volumes
      ot prose. He is particularly well-
      known for his immortalization of
      Vilna as a Jewish cultural cenl "".
      Grade will discuss The Cultural
      Ways of East European Jewry."
      Chuck Hall Adds Exec
      John E. Lenard has been appo.nl-
      ed vice president and managing
      editor ol Chuck Hall & ASSOC,
      travel consultants.
      ; MARTIN fOX
      [otedPiiieosopher
      \o Address
      lesivta Dinner
      .:.,:. !' p\. professor ol phi-
      i state University,
      Kant's "Fundamental
      |. ihe Metaphysics ol
      . be 'he principal
      I Mi sivta Senior High
      , h in Sunday, 7 p m at
      i I hotel
      IO0 Will attend the
      f> ill honor the found
      .......!> established He
      n :. [h School, according
      ii i and Hyman Gal-
      I'
      ! ceremony will be
      i: Rabbi H. Louis Roll-
      |ai 'Mdenl and tounder

      Dr. fox author of numerous
      philosophical works, has long
      been identified with the Hebrew
      i1 school movement, and is a
      'ice president of the National
      Wsn. of Hebrew Day School
      >TA's. The need and Rise of
      Veshiva High School Education
      Dn the American Jewish Scene"
      vill be th- topic of his address.
      i (a Senior Huh School.
      in .i\ e now ha* a
      .1.1'lc A senior high
      I a ill be opened in
      I v ill !> the onlj
      ii ul Ballimoi
      Rabbi Alexander
      - .: ol the school,
      High School will per-
      iverage students
      iscr scholastic a
      Ii teachers in what
      I a ~ udenl centered
      ' ation "
      Horovitz, assistant
      Hebrew Academy.
      h mil he id ol the guidance
      ?' il the Mesivta. Donald
      principal ol the
      I depart men
      *-iis, of the Lorn-
      I chairman of Ihe
      i onimittee. Enter-
      I for the evening will include
      [ i intoi s m a musical
      I
      Alexander Moscovits, a trustee
      nd founder of the school, will be
      chairman of the evening.
      ' >r the student bodv
      |vu" :' Joel Kornreich.
      b JI:" !: Lerner, president of
      f"' friend, ol the Mesivta, will ex-
      ,,' -- The invocation and
      will bo tendered bv
      I unent and Stuart Werner.
      'I the Mesivta.
      'Trustee Chairs'
      Established Here
      J,'":''> earfield, 6510 Granada
      I Serf*1 GaW8. a board mem-
      toi i ,.(|ais ( Lt>banon Hogpjtai,
      '' Been appointed head of a cam
      ZT, '" raise additional funds
      IJJJ leaders of Dade's newest hos-
      Ttim, e Chairs." to be occupied
      | -individual members of the
      1 wil! .lheir reSular meetings.
      . "' be identified by personal
      " nameplates.
      lach*tTgrved pla,e* W1" b0 al"
      asam back of eadl cha,r
      air,i '" r,'cgn''ion and honor
      "Jjed these trustees.
      g.v'(.?'riJ"'"" Wl" bp requested to
      Ovc, 1? ad,1,tlonal Pledge ot Si.,100
      '-t,--QM contributions
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      n*n, other features DIETARY
      LAWS and Sabbath iti I ..
      ved Salt and sugar-free diets
      Mashgiach on p-emises Ca'l direct
      ABEGEFTER M>nml p.nrh JE 4-2141
      WViTE KiCH UIWM MOl
      M '< Dmri, a petit* brunettt vilh fla'hirq dar^ eyes, is the
      _ -- i -...;- .: |-3e' new generation. She is a vibrant nerson-
      l!ity arc! hsr je-:or--a-ce sends sparks fashing around the Exodus
      ream, igniting ?a:h a.dience into spontaneous and clamorous a?-
      placie.
      r sin? "Kalaniol "R< d Poppie E i
      ,_, voice, the song has a sweet and nos
      sad and ppy.il embodies the spiril 'it Israel in its
      nted .- Shcshana could interpret this
      - firs; Isr u .; pe night < 'ub follov through even
      i ties such as Tchina and Chomos, are
      -. .... ire irted Israeli wines and champai
      i ,,. ned to the highlights of the revue The com-
      incers li ip and frolic in wondrous fashion, combining
      rices of mo ern and ancient Israel just for you
      The new r art -i the revue is Will Cooper, a talented young
      i flavors the proceedings with capable humor-making and
      story -tellin -
      Take a trip to Israel via the xodus room a: the Monte Carlo It's
      an idyllic e\ ening oui
      * *
      FOOTLIGHT FACES: Menasha Skulnik i- hack in town, starring
      m his classic "Cncle Willie" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The
      master comedian ha.s been given a.-, outstanding supporting ca>t His
      wife. Anna Human, is aUo featured. Though often compared to Charles
      Chaplin I don't think Skulnik tan be held up to comparisoi He In
      a class of comedy all hi; own.
      Sid Cassell, one oi our very own stage bright lijjh;-. will direct
      Biithe Spirit." the Noel Coward Classic comedy, due to open Jan. 31
      at the Gallery Playhouse in Coral Gables. After the opening ion a
      Wednesday) it will be staged Thursday. Fridays and Saturda>s only.
      through Feb. li Kin Taylor, Jaquebeth Goldman and Norms Buss
      handle the leads.
      Belle Barth. who reopens for the season Saturday. .Ian. 20. at
      Copa City, is the target ol the PROPS luncheon today at the Mona i.i-a
      of the Eden Roc The aitair is titled. A Ball for Belle.' and u.s,
      .t s written and directed by Belle's friendly -competitor' Patsj Abbott.
      :; should be u memorable laugh-fes'
      *
      LET'S GO TO A MOVIE: "A Majority of One adapted Horn the
      hit play, which star.-ed Gertrude Bery and Sir Cedric Hardwick?,
      beams oi the Flamingo theatre screen tonight for a special one-time
      performance It co-stars Rosalind Russell and Alec G li -- Idea ol
      ' to gel people ti i awaj talkii i So thai
      it r< .:- for j regular run in February, you ron't be al o gel a seat.
      Tn" ng to that tale thai when "El Cid'" opens m Israel
      'El c idnej All kid ling aside, this is on< big wonderful
      movie, i n thi !: osevelt
      We can't begin to enumerate the delights of "West Side Story."
      Its dances, songs and individual performances, for instance, like the
      one Natalie Wood gives, have to be seen to be appreciatedand ap-
      plauded. It s at the Sheridian and it's in for a long run, too.
      I ereenplays have the dramatic dynamite of 'Judgment at
      Nuremberg, spellbinding audiences at the Lincoln. Headed by the
      one and only Spencer Tracy cast as a presiding IS. judge in a German
      court, tryins Nazi judges indicted for their crimes againsl humanity
      mere are so many acting -ems you'll have to see them all before we
      can recount the many rare performances.
      -Tender Is the Night. 1'. Scoti Fitzgerald's classic, is now a
      movie, and star- Jennifer Jones. Joan Fontaine and Jason Robards
      (he married Lauren Bacall recently, at the Car.b. Miami. Miracle and
      163rd St theatres. It's received big advance acclaim
      * *
      HERE AND THERE: Hialeah's Mayor Henry Milander is being
      tendered a testimonial dinner tomorrow, marking his 25th year of
      public service. Even) takes place at the Playhouse ol Miami Springs
      to hSI^.0!.1!; "' M"'',a> Frankl'"* frolicsome show, winged
      "-I mburg t headline a political dinner Requesl for her services
      FrklinT ^ BVern0r h"nM"' She*S back' "f *<
      Mrs Benjamin Oren is "chairing" the Cedars ol Lebanon rVuxiliarv
      tertoH, l0 Miami Springs Villas Contact her forres
      HAIIfl!MSflU # in at^hrVc*Sh,0n'S de'i9h,f"' "B"iu"' '*" eps packing em
      KOtHI PflLIII r= Mtf^wires
      aft a 3
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      So many Mianuans enin,' to \cu vri- ...i, ....
      Predric March and Douglas CampbeJ on Dl- '"h""1' "V*1
      there or(|t.r UM. 0n play ,he-v mus' ''
      Manhattan \ > -hen you get to
      for weeks to com.. P lu,naw-> shows sold out in advance
      Sen. Holland,
      McNayr to Talk
      - .-.I..: Ilai
      i, VI I M N
      speak al the an
      Bi ach 1 ix ij rs As
      - i la>
      Norman Gilli '
      proposed plan for I
      ei ol Ihe So
      Miami Beach I n i I J
      G Grei ne also nounced I
      banquet to be hel I il the
      .die hotel at 6:i u'-'
      the install "'-' 0|"'
      , i rs
      The Mrs P R Mallorj \\
      lor Outs'.anding i itizen Ihe Year
      v ,n be presented I > Ritter Levis n
      Vr.other former presidenl ol the
      Vssociation. E Albert Pallot. will
      acl as loastmasti r Invocation will
      Ix given by !( v R, Wiley Scotl
      Chairmen of the banquet coir.
      mittee are Harrj Erlanger ana
      Myron H Willi ir Assisting in
      the program were Grei ne and Her-
      bert S. (iimbel
      Rabbi Schiii to Speak
      Rabbi Solomon Schiff. of (
      _;.!i(iii lie!!, F-. will be ...
      lurer I i evening. 8 ;.
      th< ill si idy class al
      /. : H topic will be I
      Vs. Rituals "
      Beech Dentists
      Plcn Meeting
      Miami Beach Dental Socti'
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      The new quarter-million dollar
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      ,: 1920 Alton rd Mi imi Beach
      was visited by hundreds who came
      In \ leu the facility
      Newest in the Riverside chain,
      winch operates major offices in
      New York and Philadelphia, in ad-
      dition ti two others here, the Alton
      : : chapel i- being fea'ured in three
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      On hand to greet visitors and to
      point out the decor and appoint
      ments ol the new chapel were l{i\-
      ii.side executive- Abe Eisenberg.
      Larrie Blasberu and Leonard Zll-
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      Completion oi the Alton rd chap-
      el boo.sts Riverside's investmeni in
      facilities in Dade county to more
      than a million dollars, say the of-
      ficials.
      New chapels wire completed not
      long ago on Douglas rd. in Miami
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      Icy, January 19. 1962
      J}crr ^Atitz
      ft to sul bers, The Jew -. m ..
      .1 ccrsageto eacn mcrher of a B
      jld be addressed to 'Corsage for Yoj, P.O. Ecx
      . Fla., one month in advance. Inc ude the name
      Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and p:ace ; :eremony
      address and telephone number. The corsage will be
      rded to you courtesy of Biackstone Flower Shops in time
      c- the cccas:on.
      +Jewls& fhrUUaiw)
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      Ronald Pergman
      Howard Wohl
      Michael Kahn
      fAor.is Woll
      Richard Brodtky
      C I
      see
      Gc
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      Richard Brodslcy
      r .::- r\ices, Jan.
      i will in-
      Rh hard

      risk] Rab-
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      n .i US! .i !l (I ;i
      : S Ills.
      Om Shai bal on Friday
      8 and the Kiddusb ..t tht-
      :11 (eremonj w ill be
      drey's honor
      Morris Wolf
      Ni.ii o| Mr. and Mrs Oscar
      NfW POLICY
      ':':- Feb. 1 thi n
      fa sit
      I

      e Bar Mitzvi
      tiaj moi nil .', -. 20, ..' Temple
      Kmanu El, with Dr Irving Lehr-
      man officiating
      The celebrant is an eighth grade
      student al I a M. Fisher Junior
      !i:yh. and his hobb) i- collecting
      rocks,
      Cantor Gottlieb To Coordinate
      I ai Herman K. Gottlieb, of
      n Shirah. has been ap-
      inti program coordinator for
      f i 1962 Jewish Music Festival
      Tie annual community wide
      nt, sponsored by the Greater
      an.i Ji sh Community Center.
      h ihe cooperation of the Can-
      E V- Mill be presented on
      fit, Feb. 18. at Temple
      1 B< The program will include
      in ft -: nal grotlp, in additfon to
      I i ns'rumentalists and vocalists.
      I"
      lor li ttlieb started his mu-
      ni Latvia at the age ol
      member of the Libau
      VI 17, t >v as granted
      ip ..! the State Con-
      Music in Riga, and at
      - studies he
      certs and opera
      r Europi
      W re- America in 1946
      broth* and si&fer, after
      SCapi tj from Euchenwald con-
      l camp.
      II Hi rew L'nii n
      w Youth Grovp Formed
      - I II S. '
      V'oun Israel
      :' mi 990 NE .7i>t - betv pen nd 16
      \t Shaios
      'inn. tie ..n Th.
      Mi htv*-1 was offei
      Lt-fl Mel Lerner will
      < k.
      College School Of Sacred Music
      and Education, Cantor Gottlieb
      sings in nine languages.
      He is a charter memocr of the
      American Conference of Certified
      Cantors, the Cantors Assembly of
      America, National Assn. of Temple
      Educators, and the Hebrew Union
      College Alumni As-n.

      Cantor to Appear
      At Festival Here
      The flrsl performer to be an-
      nounced for leu i-h Music
      Festival is Cantor Ben-Zion Kirs
      chenbaum, ol Beth Torah Congre-
      gate n
      S< hedule I for S inday night, Feb
      18. le 1 rael, the Festival
      i- presented bj Ihi Grt ater Miami
      hi nter ith the
      tors Assn
      : mdi-
      \ i luals i epi -.: ins (he fields ol
      ci and insti. mi i lal musn : will
      b< announi ed atei
      i ii tor Kirsi h< i .....n previously
      1 he Coral Waj
      Jew ih Ci nter and Congregation
      Tifereth Israel Prior to coming
      . Miami, he direct! d i hoirs in Chi
      o .. ii V w York
      \ 'i en bcr of I e Jewish Minis
      i. r- Cantors \ssi i I America, Can-
      lor Kirschenbaum received hi>
      ti ainin) n ith I an or Nathan Zich-
      ner. a composer ol liturgical mu-
      sic.
      A reception in h:- honor will be
      ' the Fame is
      i< -u urant.
      * m
      Michael Kahn
      I ie ol
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      r M.
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      Howe-: Wohl
      '. Bar Mitzvah
      How ar i < i.:i .. -on ol Mr and
      Mrs. Sylvia Wohl, 1.....9 Garland
      . \.- w.!! t;.k place dui ing ser-
      vices Saturday morning, Jan. 20.
      .ii Temple Menorah. Rabbi Mayer
      Abramowitz will officiate.
      Howard attends Nautilus Junior
      High and the Temple's religious
      school.
      Luncheon reception in his honor
      will be held in the afternoon at the
      Club House restaurant.
      Ronald Bergman
      II. ii..I.! Bergman will become Bar
      Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Jan.
      20. ai Kneseth i-rael Congregation.
      Rabbi David Lehrfield will offici-
      ate, and Kabbi Alexander S. (Jross
      will be guest speaker.
      Son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A.
      Bergman, 4585 Alton rd., the Bar
      Mitzvah is an eighth grade honor
      student and has attended the He-
      brew Academy since kindergarten.
      He has been a member of the
      \ca lemj choir and winner of the
      school's Science Fair and Declama-
      tion Contest. He belongs to the
      Boy Scouts of America and has par-
      ticipated in the Optimist oratorical
      i ti -t.
      Dr. Bergman, lather of the tele-
      Prof. Fox Eyes
      Free Trade Policy
      1 rant, i< .: member of ih.' Academy.
      and Mi B rgman is a life member
      o! Hebrew Academy Women, where
      she serves on the b >: d, ..- well
      ;. on ll rd of (he '
      lid's honor will
      servit

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      r nan Har
      William E. Ha-r *. ol 1500 Hay rd .
      <\ ill e B r Mitzvah on Saturday
      '. Jan '. regation
      3eth J .< >b I bi Tibor Stern
      a.ttr.r Mauri. ,
      amelli Sabbath
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      Left to right are Rabbi Tiboi Stern, spiritual leader ol Beth
      Jacob Congregaticn; Marcie Liberman. general chairman of
      a testimonial banguet scheduled in honor of Rabbi Stern on
      Mar. 11 at the Decaville; Max D. Goldhagen, corresponding
      secretary; Morris Krevat, second vice president; Morris B.
      Frank, president; Aaron Lerner. first vice president; and Leo
      Meyer, honorary president. They're discuss-nn the testimonial
      at a meeting of the Beth Jcccb board of directors last Sunday
      at the Walbume hotel. Not shown are Nathan Kohler and
      Dan Roth, who also participated 'n the Sunday planning ses-
      sion. -^
      THE ALL NEW
      HAMPTON HOUSE
      Do<
      the President's Free
      .Social Center olMhe South
      OPEN TO THt .
      . PUBLIC :
      Club
      Trade Policy Make s. nse I ir L's
      This will be the subject ol an .. dress b> Prof Edward J. Fox on
      Monda) evi ning before the i in a
      . r Miami chapter of Ihe Ami i u an
      Assn for the United Nations
      Di Fox is c h a i r m a n ol the
      marketing departmenl al Ihe I'm
      versitj .'I Miami and i.inner Cana-
      dian representative on Ihe War-
      time Coml ined Hoard of Trade for
      the Allies
      The meeting will be held at the
      Rader Memorial Church. 87J0 NE
      2nd ave. Time is 8:15 p.m.
      Glamorous ROSITA DAVIS
      SAUCY, SWINGING, SEXY SINGER
      . Appearing at La'.n G-<*r.er, New Yck Cty
      Presented by NAPOLEON REED
      RECTOR BAILEY and His Trio
      BROADWAY'S FAVORITE JAZZ ORGANIST
      No AdmissionNo Cover(Beverage Mtrvmum)
      SHOWS 10 PM. 12 & 2 AM (Co I 4 Tie please ai.er 6 PM'
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      first
      F^-Robert Schwartz, administrator of Camp Ha-Ge Gah. of
      r" ah Cori^iegalion, congratulates Hyman Tadelman on
      L.^pPin,mer.t as cemp director. Abraham Gittelson. edu-
      r' ^1 director at Beth Torah, looks on.
      Beth Torah
      Plans for Camp
      Beth Torah Congregation's
      summer day camp, Camp Ha-Ge-
      Gah, will star: on June 25 lor an
      eight-week period
      Camp committee chairman, Mrs,
      Robert Schwartz, announces that
      swimming and a full Red Cross
      program will be offered.
      iiv Tadelman, teacher in Dade
      county, who has headed day camps
      both locally and in Chicago, will
      be .amp director, and a staff of
      counselors and specialists have
      been engaged.
      In addition to swimming, the
      camp will oii.r arts ami crafts,
      bowling, athletics, field trips, spe-
      cial events, singing, dancing, and
      dramatics.
      Camp registration will be opi n
      lo congregation members until
      Feb. 10, and then offered to the
      I ublic
      iv..... is from 6 lo 12 are
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      & CAST
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      FOR THE SEASON
      Make Reservations Now
      JE 2-6431
      SPECIAL PRICES FOR ORGANIZATIONS
      Show Times 9-11:30-1:30
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      PHILIP HOUTZ
      Hebrew Seminar
      Series Opens
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      inMruci lc Ju-
      I '';- E i Ri tn an, in-
      r at Ten .. irah.
      The Hebrew teachers semirt-
      a-s will close on Wednesday,
      Mar. 28, when a model lesson
      will be presented by Mrs. Norma
      Robinowitz, cf Temple Menorah,
      and Mrs. Rochelle Ross, of Beth
      David Congregation.
      Each Hebrew teacher seminar
      will include a social period when
      Mrs. Balfouria Gilad. instructor at
      Beth Torah Congregation, will in-
      troduce new Hebrew songs and
      conduct a community-sing.
      Houtz to Direct
      Cardiac Hospital
      Philip Houtz. former executive
      director of the National .Ii
      Hospital at Denver, Colo., has bei n
      named executive vice president ol
      Miami's National Children- Car
      diac Hospital, according to an an
      nouncemenl by Leo Robinson, pres
      idenl ol the board ol governors ol
      the charity, non-sectarian institu-
      tion devoted to lh< diagm s and
      treatment of rheumatic and con-
      genital hearl disease in children.
      Houtz was associated with the
      National Jewish Hospital for som '
      25 years, and has an enviable
      record ol service to thai in
      tion." Robinson said. "With our
      new S2.500.000 facilities aln ady
      undi i c nsti uction in thi Med ca'
      Ci nti i a id vith Ihe constanl
      mand on our dia
      i an ments. wi
      [ortunal have a
      Iministrati
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      ft Imistfhrkfistn
      Beach Chapter Luncheon
      B.naj Bnth Women, Miami
      Beach chapter, will have a lunch-
      eon and card party on Thursday,
      .Ian. 25. 11:30 a.m al Polly Davis
      restaurant, 1160 Normandj dr.
      Friday, Janucry 19,
      HAROLD WOLK
      Medical Center Dinner
      Coral chapter of the Amer can
      Medical Center at Denver is hold-
      ing its annual dinner dance on Sun-
      Pepii'cr May
      Active Locally
      Ey Special Repart
      1 Mi-
      president of Beth 1
      i
      Mr Mi
      si di putj hii
      n U. r
      ved lo F Ida
      Jamaica, N Y four years
      i i
      He became Mayor of Lauder-
      hill, Ft. Laoderdale's sister-city,
      under an act of the state legisla-
      ture which created the city in
      mid-1959. His term runs until
      November, 1965.
      Wolk lives with hi~ family in
      North Miami Beach, where he is
      till an active participant in Beih
      Torah alfairs and civic organiza-
      tions such as the Windward Opti-
      mist Club.
      During World War II. Mavor
      Wolk served with an Army artillery
      unit stationed in Newfoundland
      11941-151. He rose from the rank
      Ol private to captain before re-
      ceiving a medical discharge
      His subsequent work in veterans
      organizations and with mentally re-
      tarded children brought him wide-
      spread recognition.
      A former commander of the
      Jewish War Veterans post in Ja-
      rnaica, Wolk was acclaimed
      Queens county's "Outstanding
      Veteran of 1956."
      Wolk supervised formation Of one
      "f the first mentally retarded Boy
      Seoul troop, easl of the Rocky
      Mountains in Queens. a program
      .at has since expanded to 12 troops
      there.
      Wolk, born in Hartford. Conn
      led Jamaica High School and
      Rutgers University.
      The- ayorandhiswife.Ma
      four -on- Jeffrey u-
      Stephen, 10; Scott, 8; and R,
      A.
      (!a-v at the Deauviile ho-
      tel. The center is a free, non-sec-
      tarian hospital for the care of tuber-
      cular and cancer victims.
      Stern Will
      Be Specker
      George stem, director ol I h <
      Southern Zionist Youth commission,
      Atlanta, Ga.. will visit Young Ju-
      daea groups ol Greater Miami and
      Hollywood and be the leaturcd
      speaker al a Tu B'Sheval rally and
      t ;nip Judaea reunion on Sun lay,
      jan, L'8. at Beth Torah Congrega-
      tion, it as announced l>> Mrs
      Gerald Soli/, chairman "i the South
      Honda Zionisl Youth Commis
      Stern will S ol
      lian : "'
      ah and a lunchi
      Be ich ZOA. spoi
      the >
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      inciuoe

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      Beach Rabh'i
      To Head Region
      Albert Schifl natioi pres
      ol the Jewish Nation: I Fund, an-
      nounced this week thai Rabbi
      Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lead
      er ol Temple Menorah. and chair-
      man 01 the executive hoard of the
      Jewish National Fund Council of
      Greater Miami, has accepted the
      presidency ol the Jewish National
      Fund for the Southeast region of
      the United States.
      Kubbi Abramowitz has just com-
      pleted three years of service as
      president of the local JNF Coun-
      cil.
      While in Israel recently. Kabbi
      Abramowitz was received by top
      government and military officials
      and consulted with them on Jew-
      ish National Fund land develop-
      ment and reclamation work.
      Circus Coming
      To Town
      Unus. the man who stands on his
      forefinger, u ill be on hand with
      the clowns, animals and thrilling
      acts when the Ringling Brothers
      and Barnum and Bailey Ci rcu -
      comes to town next week for its
      1962 world premiere on Jan. 24 to
      28 at the Miami Beach Convention
      Hall.
      Ticket- for the "Creates! Show
      ' '':" ali al all Sears
      -tons and the Convention Hall
      The circus will perform twice a
      afternoons an : evenings, al
      ihe heated and air-conditioned Con-
      vention Hail. Washington av
      '<'n st. ihe total of 11 perform-
      ances also includes a .special Sat-
      urday. jan. 28. show at in a m
      '- "m:"- 12 will be admit-
      '" '^ half-price at the Wednes-
      and Friday mati-
      " and the extra morons ..how

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      zqet
      luxe Color

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      rs ol
      . i ugh
      iday,
      I iduals |
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      k mts,
      Dick Haymes cr.d w
      Jeffries this week headlined
      the show at Hairy Mufson's
      Cafe Pompeii at the Eden Roc
      hotel. Haymes. c one-time
      movie favorite and big band
      singing star with Harry
      James, Benny Goodman and
      Tommy D o i s e y came to
      town after a series of im-
      pressive comeback triumphs
      which once again have him
      in the forefront in the enter-
      tainment world.
      Relief Ciub
      Holds Meeting
      R a d o to er Ri "lub hel
      ii- second mc< tinj ol the as
      band Labor Zionist Center M
      Washington avi
      P ro g r a m celel n ted four t
      niversaries ol t h e club's actntl
      members. Also slated was a
      scntation in memory of the vi<
      ol Nazism.
      Joseph Maleh offered a group}
      of musical selection -
      to right (standing; aie HyTand1 rL!?Y- COTnnY- f"
      Trades and Profess Cou^cU-^Siin^,r,n?3 d C
      of the Insurance group; Harrv Diaml T*' ~haumar.
      are Al Ossia m rh-J,X ^ i: mond- cha^<-n. Seated
      crfthriSSScS^nan: Gnd Fred Diam^ v-e chairman


      friday. Januctfy 19. 1962
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      ,. .:'-; resided with hN
      L.i( : j 1415 Meridian
      jvf Miam Beach. Mrs. Schein-
      l. a sil of the late, world
      {,.,',, Sbolem Asch.
      Mr S heinbefj and his brother.
      -,ncu$ r. i i the first luggage
      jepartmi nl i Burdine'a. He was
      loin r of Beth David Syna- M'
      MRS JENNIE SAL7MA-
      ' .- A |th i. ,1| ; ,
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      uago su ii\ii ji
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      rite I in In thi offlci -
      IUI
      ami two ... : t, -" VI, \\ ,..,_ 'il m i lien Ui
      mn ,,,i ,.. Kuth Salm .
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      cTiarge. i.i.n.i \ \n\ .- \l.M\N
      HARRY KAVINKER
      "V '._ i ... I ... .1 |
      i ... par* !_;
      Executor
      ItNsTEIN & Mil
      \ irn >
      .,, 14! I i' i, :. .- Bui I 4
      ' I I
      Mem. r.. i Hospital two daughters. ,,, f
      CHARLES H. SILLINGER
      ARTHIR LIBOW
      I... ., ...i
      ior.CE TO CREDITORS
      llr. sranlej (. Myers. v.ce ore, ,,, .me ...... \ \ ; ; ;,;;, *;">
      tient o-the < ?ater Miami Jewish I* i?"fv'vrn8 Ufa Estate
      0 and a nat.ona. vice ,: | ,5} J% \ ~* -.-J
      p:, mi!' of National Council
      k| :, h WoTtea. and Mrs. Hil-
      | a brother. Pincus:
      hint .:. ndch I Iren; and four great
      Jdren All are of Miami
      Si .....Sunday. .Ian 14.
      i, ral Home. nil
      j t-t a Nebo Cemetery.
      Frieda Mintzer
      |Passes Away, 60
      r i 11 M ntzer, t>8. a foun-
      mpie Emanu-EI.
      I She and her bus-
      k i ..lure L. Mintzer,
      e from New York Cit> 38
      \ ind were active in Jew-
      is n if fairs.
      Mir who lived at 510
      i mi .1 great deal
      dI I m Israel, where she
      | ... who lived there
      She ghl to this country
      ind n >phew to stud) a!
      I ersitj il Miami
      s :, son, .lack: a
      5 <[ Chisling; and
      I
      Jan. 12 in New
      I' i ae,
      BEN JAN N KRAM
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      e* WH I I
      LEGAL NOTICE
      INTHECOLNTY j_3GE S COURT
      IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
      Nj 54736-8
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      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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      IN THE CO JNT\ IUOO*'S COURT
      IN N3 FOR 0r>c l"l,MVTV,
      FLORiOA IN =R03ATE
      M 51827
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      demand* which < i i .. huve ill
      ' ill i)l ARTHl Ii l.l .''W Je-
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      in the I' ui il I'oui i I Ii
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      IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
      ELEVENTH JUO'C'AL CIRCUIT IN
      AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
      FLOR'OA IN CHANCERY.
      No 62C tC
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      Ti i Bl ITT YE Mi I.KAN kn
      ,- ri \-v\'-: RRI \-. .\
      31 '.'- Street
      VRE HKRKH M i ': I
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      ' \ HKKMAN

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      UVe died here
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      IN THE COUNTY JV'OC.F,<; "'IBT
      IN AND FOR OAOF COUNTY.
      FLORiOA IN PROBATE
      N> S4911 a
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      MAI'I>K S.'AVI \
      NOT CE TO CREDITORS
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      N THE CIRCUIT COURT 0- 'HE
      ELEVENTH JUOIC '. CIRCU T IN
      ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA INCH1NCERY.
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      NOTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON
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      ...
      yn ii'Kwer t ll'i
      ibove
      '
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      LEGAL NOTICE
      NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
      IN THE ClRCU T COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
      FLOR DA IN AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
      No. o2C
      IMA.N

      i II. V MAK Till 'MAS.
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      Ti lilt.Y mai: Tin >M \.-
      . \ |.i -- | nknownl
      I.II.V MAE Tim M \ P
      notified that a Bill of I 'om-
      r.>r I'lvoree li.i, bei i
      IE i -' } ..-I mi.I : ,, .,,
      % .. r..|i> .,' v ., \ .. ..,
      Pleading to th BUI impl iim ""
      i IAtl'1 ii- i MARVIN I
      W IRN KR, 913 \m>le\ ItulYdl .: \li
      n i :: il. r da, and fill th. Islnul
      \n-,i .. Pleuding in il.. .ii,. ii
      . "li k .. n cin ill .i on ..i
      before ill- 19th da> of I uary. <':
      if you ri: to do .. judxmeni by de-
      fault will be taken uaalnet you foi
      th.- relief demanded In th- Rill "i
      Comptylnt
      Thl* notice *ha'l be published ..n.-e
      each e.i( for four <-.>nserjti\e week*
      in THE JEWISH Fl.oKl'MA.v
      DONE A.Nli iiRI>i:RI I. ,t Miani.
      ri.irida. thi- llth .1 i v ol .l.iinari,
      A.D. IS6S
      i: l: UEATHKRMAN ri-r'
      1 'Ire lit '..a ;. I lade Count., I nrlda
      ' >. I R> ; I! II I.AN W Vi
      I '. ;. Hi I lei
      MARVIN I WIENER, i:- ,
      013 Aln-l- BntMlnn
      M i -'. I' nrlda,
      Attn for Plaint
      ^^^ | | j.Jij ; j. .<,
      CIRCUIT COURT. 11th JUDICIAL
      CIRCUIT. OADE COUNTY. FLA.
      No. 61C 13558
      MARY JEANINE PEAV V.
      I- alntl!
      v -
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      I lefi ndant.
      NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION
      Vi i". ii i"i n p: :a\ y, Pine
      \ \.. \ i -1 i: ire noi Ifle I t"
      -. -\.- i mr i n to Pi-
      plain i .,.:.- \ ..n
      r-i-:" itl .vi.-'. CSKl IR IK Nil 'H-
      ir,AS '-"- v IV I SI Mlar ; ,
      ind file rlain il wli 11 -
      . ourl :.-' I rj *. 1 :-
      i plaint wli.- i
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      ; VTI:: i I >ei embei 51 UiJl
      II, -. IKRM \N. i"
      - ill ;.. :: ii LANWAY.
      : put> < 'lerk
      I! 2
      N rii I >V SI IT rl >R PIVl >RI '.
      IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
      FLOR'DA. IN AND FOR OADE
      COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
      No. 62C 146
      Si 'PHIA i "P.l'l IXl'. v
      PI nl
      \ -
      VINTKN i1 ilKNi 'I \
      1 i
      SUIT FOR DIVORCE
      . \ \. s iitlK!>lKNTIA
      . .. .- \ h on t v
      \. .. ......- i '!-..
      \ VINCENT r INPIA.
      I thai
      .f i u...-. ha n file-1
      von ind y-m iri ri quire I -.'..
      , ip> \ .. : i
      in. Bill ...... Pla -
      . : \ \ .: n II RIBIN.
      \ | Ituildinjj
      :: l l : ......(ti v
      i idling f thi
      ... | t Court o
      fore I 'i :
      ful I lo *o, J iditmen I h> de-
      ^ i i.: a I nel i ou I oi
      ll'e r..l|<.....l.lel in til
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      VTHKP.MAN
      .....
      ;:. I. H. I. \N" \s
      ' .;
      : 12- '-.'-' -
      LEGAL NOTICE
      IN THC C DUNTY JUDGES COURT
      IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
      FLORIDA IN PROBATE
      No. M735-A
      \- RE I" '.. of
      Rl lltERT I SI'HEER
      Hi
      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
      rou hiv in .
      . ....
      tati I:>i:;:i:'.
      .a-.vl. ...:, *.' ''"' :- li
      Una. to thi Cieml if
      I lade Coun nd : the me m
      dnplh it. ind p : i- il li m
      ... Pli.ii'la Statuti -. In i1
      flee* in r i- i ii
      ! -.i.l. i -..inii.. I ',.. i i wKiiln i-
      :. '..: I .'. ...... m<
      i.'-i puW i-ii. i, if, or the .- i-
      ulll l>. I. .-r. .1
      i .....i h! M .i'i-.. Klorida. thi* iii
      li> .' i .....Ir. 1961.
      MTXBTTK I .-' HEER
      Am-lllar; AdmlnUi itrU
      BEN BHSEN, I:.-,
      inn Seybold Bide
      Miami '-. Florida
      12 2. I --IL'-If
      NOTICE UNDER
      FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      N'nTlii: IM HICRCtlY lilVEN that
      the underiiiKned, de*lrl < In eng-uce In
      hutdnen* under the tlct tloue name of
      MKTA IMSIP.II'.L l-i.l'.S at 20.100 N I'.'.
      12th Court, N Miami Hea.h. Pla., in-^
      tend* i" reffiiiter -. i name with th*'
      i l.-rk ol Hie i 'In alt i' t ol i ..in
      i County, Florida
      .i \iK .;kiissm \n .....
      ; pail kvvitni;\
      Attorney fur A i; licanl
      120 Llni -in R.....I
      I 19-26, 2/2 9
      certificate of
      corporate o.ssolution
      in the name and by the
      authority of the
      state of florioa
      TO A 1.1, Tl U IP i SI THESE PRES-
      ENTS' SHALL COME. IJREETINi -
      W'her.:,.. LEON KAPLAN MlAMf,
      Fl.i IRHIA CELIA H IRVIS Ml
      AMI. FLORIKA A NNi: li \NI 'Ll iN,
      MIAMI. Fl.i -i:. 'A .1 il m the :.-h
      I ij of Jill) A.l< .. .- ii
      in .' of
      .. I i stnl v M
      IN CM KXTRIOERS INC., .
      porution, *'. if* :. i ti.: :' < >f
      li r-11,.- ii mi w: \pi: ,.. \ y,
      In the State i ind in
      : he pr......' d such irp ra
      i ii .li.i on tli- "th if Noi
      A l> !: ... -. .1 .'(
      .. tin Si -.i \ if .-,-. .- he
      State .. I i i I if
      \m. nil...... I'haiiEliiH .-..-
      n.iii. tn AMERICAN Al.CMINl'M
      RXTRCOKRS, INC ml whi
      >t"i i.iuil'i- r* i
      ..n the th da' lanu \.l). I "12,
      . :.. fill I .' ll -tin
      - i .(.ii > id si ite il thi si if
      Florida, Coneei ill the *to
      hol.1er> indi thi irovlHions I
      'hapti i Flo Stal
      inn the .li-- ; i !
      lion
      N.i' ; Secretary of
      State ii.- reb> ...
      (tolllK an I thai -.'-'. i ll
      I ll'- r n :' IM I
      compiled ..
      IN WITNESS WHKR1 '
      1. -1 11ti:-. ii e
      sfl \. .1 the ireal Sea I th*
      Sta V
      till '..;. thi .- ii'Tll
      da IAN v::' A P. IK
      lull \HAMS
      .. -
      .i
      NDTICE BY PUBLICAT'ON
      IN THE CiRCO T COURT OF JIHME
      .n.l Mi., ii -| ... THE CRCU T COURT O- THE
      ""I '"" p, EV = NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
      K "! nhow* im.viil. F\ )fl ^a IN A.NO FOrt DAOE
      '- ui I 11 iv.I I' Slat'lte*. ll COUNTY N CHANCERY,
      lei Sef'U-i .,.,. i-ide I I'I i No s,c jaj
      rementa i.v Rlrerelde x,,.,-,,.., i r.\ iiepbur'
      AdniinlntrnP-lx
      .-: Lincoln Rd Mian I Ren '
      .:n, i Divorce h... been filed
      ... ..,. and you ar- requfred to
      oi i.i >.. : A.nwer or
      lie and three br
      Philip llerkel S.-rv |OHN WALTER WRIOHT,
      " indep li-ection or RIvemMe !.(. -..
      NOTICE BY DUBLICATION
      Y..O John Walte, Wrhrl
      Chape!, N irn ind) l-i.
      MR*. JUL A NEKRITZ
      '~;''";:.li";'
      ... |e nandi I "ll o
      i. ,; '. I onee
      -
      I.. IRUI vn

      '^JULANEKRITZ ,ml eMdem- unknown ,,, ... ,:v. ,S| 1 H.OR 1'IAN.
      . died .l.in 1" : ONE v imi
      l if n*n in.in N.M with Ihi
      .- i ml., i of Work- nerv. i
      ,. ,.. hei hue p. A i
      i .. eon Service* Bui '
      of Rlvemlde Mi- ,' ,, '''
      I
      STANLEY V POSNER xn
      [ died lai
      IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
      ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUIT OF
      FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
      COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
      No 62C 86
      west si in :> savin-is
      i>.\N ASS 'IATIN '
      -. .- K : n
      n fi
      itll.LARt> E HALL MIS I
      HALL
      I
      NOTICE OF SUIT
      .,,: > I II \I 1. ind
      . -. H \| |
      s.w ::'
      tiklal ..'.
      I I it thi
      ive i-aptl I"
      i ..l ... Flor-
      ,.. .. lade Cmn
      -, rtaaa
      ......i ... :)
      1...I i- i i. M SECONP AI'M
      Til IN Tl I CAROL CI PY. n
      to the l".at th.i '' '
      ... ;-. H Pane :- She I
      Pulill '.-..... Hi li
      In
      Tmetlii r %-ph O.E i >' I M I '
      C..E Ranee M idi I I
      > pd to file ) iur an-
      , .v. ;.' I- i Mini lint with tin'
      Clerk ui the il said Court ind serve
      , enpt there .f npi.n plalntlfr* a'tor-
      .-v M VRTIN FIXE 14th Elo Dade
      . |, il rtuttdtn*. Miami IS, <
      not later than Eebruar) 12th, 1962. or
      i 11..." pro '' mfeeei i a be ell -
      '. red icainat
      I luted l inuar) I, 1962
      K. B i K vrm:i:M vv
      Clerk of the Circuit .'. art
      leeal) B' R H IASWAT,
      i leput)
      MARTIN I INK
      i .
      M : ... Federu H
      Ml ."'i '- PI
      . i
      CERTIFICATE OF
      CORPORATE D SSOLU'TION
      IN THE NAVE AND 3V THE
      AUTHORITY OF THE
      STATE OF FLORIDA
      Tl i ALL Tl WHi IM THESE PR -
      RNTS sll M.I. !- iME, HREETIN' -
      \\ i... ,i- Mil, i n i: MANX-
      HELM KR. MIAM r : M'H 1 i IRI ^ .
      IE VNKT PE H KRSTii I I MIA Ml
      \CH I'I.i iRIH \. HO VR H v
      M'EISS, MIAMI BEACH, FLOR \
      ibi) .f May, \ l' 1958
      . : bi ii.....porated nd tho
      pi ..\ ielon* .'i PI i
      Statute*, DETROIT, INC
      t Ion, with it.- prim Ipal placi bus
      ,,,.. :,; M I A Al I BEACH, DADB
      COCNTY. in tht- S 'i.
      in.l \\ hen ar I hi ..... .f
      lid lay
      Innuarj III to b*
      tiled in the Of I '<
      State ol tin Stati if Florida, -i
      authentli idopted bj
      the Ktoel I tlie pnn
      t >.i i -
      1 "
      \...... i i .r
      .... rel>) tify l the I re
      - thai
      tin vi ------i'i ol I hai i
      . nniplie
      IN \-. r.N W HERKoF
      h. euntn sei ivu ind
      iffixeri thi Urea Sea d the
      Stati i" i .......
      ihi '' ipli thl* tli SECOND
      d:n i JAM VRY, A I'.''
      ,-.:,H TOM ADAMs
      ...
      61

      i

      W i '
      ii i V WA'
      i
      NOTCE UNDER
      FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
      \ I1VEN thai
      .
      flclil i ".. '
      THE 7.:\ \ \ vRTMENTS it 7
      |...... M .
      PAI
      , IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
      IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
      FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
      rJo 54079 B
      IN RE: Eetate ol
      l-KIRIPIDKS PAi'l- \> k i
      KCKIPIIIES I'AI'A/.' "ii.m
      Deceaeerl.
      NOTICE TO CREOITORS
      I'.. Ml Creditors and All Perron* Hav
      iiik Cluiro* nr Dem ind* Attain*! Bald
      |..Stilte.
      You ..' i.i-'.. notified and requlr-
      .1 tn preaenl an) clalme and den Ifl
      .hi.li you ma) have again*! ti
      tate .1 EITRIPIDES lAl'l'As i i
      KCRIPIDES PAPA/i mji.i ir .1....... I
      ite of I hide "limit.. P..... la, I
      'otmt) Judaea of i la I and
      ii!.. i he i i h flcei
      'oUlll) I '
      Florid,! i : inn >i\ calendai "
      the date of 1 I
      in r. ..i. ir th i wll
      VTHINA KIREAKI
      \ HtM.AS COLA
      '.
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      Page 16-B
      frc/c#- ftrridfi**"
      Friday. January 19, i%j
      UNDER TH STRICT AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION TMI ORTHODOX VAAD
      HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI DR ISAAC H.RSH EVER DIRECTOR
      PRICES IN THIS AD
      EFFECTIVE THRU
      FRIDAY
      JANUARY 26th
      FREEZ
      SALE!
      There's ono 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 SAYINGS, stock your freezer during this sale!
      We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no extra charge. Please place your order
      EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire.
      Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee!
      BEEF
      Forequarters
      165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE
      c
      lb.
      WHOLE RIB
      OF BEEF
      lb.
      BEEF
      CHUCK
      90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
      7C
      S lb.
      30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
      RACK OF
      LAMB
      5 to 6 LB.
      AVERAGE
      BREAST
      OF BEEF
      89
      lb.
      WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
      CHUCK OF
      LAMB
      15 to 20 LB.
      AVERAGE
      49
      lb.
      - GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER
      10 LB. AVERAGE
      43c talf Liver
      ^^ lb. + ?'? 1R AVFDAr.c
      2 '-2 LB. AVERAGE
      It
      77bC
      STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW. L0W~PPirreT
      NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
      2001 ropAi wav __.......... ,in DCI I EK
      2091 CORAL WAY
      MIAMI
      CORAL WAY
      AT S.W. 87th AVE.
      Westchester Shopping Plaza
      163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
      NO. MIAMI BEACH
      2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD I 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD I 10th STREET
      HOUYWOOD I MIAMI BEACH ^fZT" """
      AT MIAMI BEACH
      AT FOOD FAIR
      i