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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 33
Number 4
Miami. Florida. Friday, January 2G, 1962
Two Sections Price 20'
Soviet Charges of Espionage Against Diplomat Hotly Denied
IPRI'SALEM(JTA)Israel official sources this u.-..l- Tk. .i______ ,.- .......... _
I SALEM(JTA)Israel official sources this week
rejected the charges voieed in the Moscow news-
T.-...I' *!* Ki i. ill (I i uli 11.1 it. *u.. k.* ,..:_ < .1
paper
Trud"
thai Israeli diplomats m the Soviet Union
and are helpful in activities
nari --.! in "e|ronage
for the American Central Intelligence Agenc)
Terming these, allegations as "fabrications." a For-
\lmistr> -pokeman here said that the} constitute
contraventions of international practice." The
til, ons were termed "ridiculous and absolutely un-
I bj Israel's Foreign Minister Golda Meir in a
. '' in Tokyo, Japan, where she is now on
ial visit.
The charges in "Trod" provoked excited articles
against the Soviet Union in the entire Israeli press. The
Soviet newspaoer had said that Israeli diplomats in
Moscow are using synagogues to spread Zionist litera-
ture and to collect espionage information. Ir mentioned
Joshua Pratt, the first secretary of the Israeli Embassy
in Moscow, as a person who had been in cortact with
the three leac'.ers of the Leningrad synagogue who were
sentenced recently to long terms of impnscrment for be-
ing in contact with representatives of a "foreign power."
The three I. -i J i- V.-'
<; V
Peehersky. 6f>. f.. S. Dymkin and N. A. Kaganov. Both
Mr. D>mkin and Mr. Kaganov are in their late seventies.
The article in th-- Moscow paper said Fratt had "often
passed out anti-Soviet and Zionist literature to members
of svnagogues." Similar charges had been made by Soviet
newspapers earlier against two Israeli diplomats in Mos-
COW, Vaakov Keltnan and Yaakov Sharett. both ol whom
were ordered to leave the Soviet Union,
"Trud" ;>lso alleged that Pratt headed a "spy ring"
that recruited agents among Soviet Jewish citizens, and
Continued on Page 10-A
HEARS OF BAN ON AMERICAN JEWISH TOURISM
Jewish Group Testifies
At Congressional Quiz Senate Gets Jordan Report
On Fair Employment
:\i, r >\ (JTAi En-
> s --.on ol Congress
i eable fair employment
as urged this week
> b) the American Jew-
and by the National
\ l\ isory Council, in
ire a special House
tt< on I. ibor
Weinstein, chairman ol
. i ommunitj Relations
testified on be-
-\ national Jewish or-
- and Go Jewish com-
ns councils through
>t.ite- affiliated w ith
ation r. organizations for
.poke are American Jew
lewish Labor Com-
sh War Veterans ol the
ol American Hebrew
l ms Union of Ortho lox
.. regatinn's, and the I'm-
igue ol America
in the "thousands ol
' stimonj" submitted by
il> Ol witnesses' who have
ai Congressional hearings
in ploy men) practice bills
IW4 Mr VVeinstein declared:
fhr question before this Commit-
tee would seem to be not why
should such legislation be enacted
bj ihe present Congress, but rather
whal possible reasons can there be
lor noi enacting it?"
The NCRAC leader pointed out
that the Republican Party plat
fcrm, as early as 1944, pledged
"establishment by Feaeia' legis-
lation of a Fair Employment
Practice Commission," and th.it,
as late as I'M, the Democratic
Party platform contained a simi-
lar p edge. He charged wide-
spread and often subtly disguised
Continued on Page 12-A
WASHINGTON (JTA i Sen.
loscph S. Clark, ot Pennsylvania.
reminded the Senate this week that
Jews and Jewish-owned
continue to have ditli-
U'rVJS rVilNSfUN
. speaks for NCRAC
Prejudice at Lowest Ebb,
Expert Tells AJCommittee
LOS ANGELES(JTA)Religious prejudice is less now than evei
before in American history. John Cogley. ot the Fund lor the Republic's
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, asserted here this
week
Speaking at a session of the American Jewish Committee's national
executive board, he said that inter
Engineers Stage Walk Out;
Strike Leaves Israel Powerless
sVI\ UTAh-Spurninj re
fork appeals irom Israeli
officials, the Engineers Union was
its strike tor higher pay
this week with plans for a
i':"-"-M\e shutdown Ol electric
Power stations
Tin- 6.000 striking engineers,
chemists, architects and agrono-
hc are employed In go*
md public institutions
fislitinu as much to establi -h
that professionals
' better pay than those
' uch qualifications as for
As the strike continued, the
lip between public management
and the strikers widened. Prime
Mmist., David Ben Gurion led
|n cr.tics. He told Israel's Par-
'"ment that the
would take
to insure
dri". Israel's Labor Federation,
but most members of the Engi-
neers Union are holding last to
demands lor a 11' j' increase
Thai was the figure at which
Rassco settled with Its union mem
hers.
Peace returned to one area ol
Israel's troubled industrial rela-
tions when a three year dispute
between the government and Is-
rael's high school teachers was
settled Abba Eban, Minister o.
Continued on Page 1I-A
religious cooperation was on the
increase among both leaders and
peoples of all faiths in western so-
ciety'. He emphasized that the
trend was marked by frank discus-
sion of differences among religious
groups rather than an attempt to
gloss them over.
"AM over the nation, Chrisitans
and Jews, Protestants and Cath-
olics, believers and non-believ-
ers, are meeting to discuss ques-
tions of common concern," he
said, "Jewish writers are con-
tributing to Christian publica-
tions, both Catholic and Protes-
tant, and Christians art called
in to address Jewish gatherings."
lie said questions dividing
Continued on Page 5-A
re
American
Usir.e- -1
i : in s in travel an I trade rela-
ii ns with Arab countries.
It is a -ad fact that Americans
oi Ihe Jewish faith." Sen. Clark
"are barred Irom visiting Jor-
r. though US. tax dollars
I-. rv< rite hall ol the budgel ol
that nation, and Jordan can ill af-
ford to turn away potential earn-
- Irom tourism "
The. Pennsylvania Democrat
ur^ed that "full farce ond effect"
fce. givon a 196D Democratic Plat-
form pledge which asked "pro-
ection of rights of American
ci'iiens to travel, to pursue law-
ful trade, ard to engage in other
lawful activities abroad without
distinction to race or religion."
?en tor referred to an article
the matter written bj his Penn-
svlvania colleague, Thomas k.
Morgan, chairman of the House
Foreign Allans Committee, in the
November, i%i issue ol the "Com-
mittee Reporter." monthly organ
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, and asked thai it be inserted
a Ihe Congressional Record.
Sen. Jacob JavitS, ol New York,
in a speech on the Senate lloor.
meanwhile called Israel's trial of
Adolt Eichmann ""one oi the most
historic events ot our times" and
predicated "it will be studied for
many decades as a landmark in
the efforts of mankind to bring
about a rule of law to replace a
rule of force as the final arbiter of
i or destiny."
Sen. Javits said the "major sig-
nificance" Of the trial is that it
established the fact that "the in-
dividual is entirely responsible for
his acts with respect to the laws of
humanity" and thai "he cannot
escape his personal responsibility
for violations Of the laws of hu-
manity by incriminating others, by
claiming superior orders or by
plea ii"~ tear."
Blum Family
Sues Publisher
Oi Encyclopedia
PARIS iJTAi- A sun claim %
10.000 0 mes in damages
. I.helm- of the name
ici
was heard ir I
court here this week Thi
iced that judgment v
d i : Fell '24
The suit had beer, brought I t
ihe family ul the late M
and bj an organization called "The
\--: ' ihe publishers ol the La-
rousse French Encyclopedia. The
damages were sough) on the cla n
thai the last edition of the e icyi
pedia helped to perpetuate an oil
canard that Blum was not j
Frenchman but "a foreign .lev.
The encyclopedia article on Blum
alleges that the former Premier's
"real name" had been Leon Rerun-
kelstein.
The publishers told the court, in
defense, that the article on Blum
had been written "by a young and
inexperienced graduate, who has
since been dismissed." The attor
neys for the plaintiffs, however,
insisted there were "expressions
defamatory to Jews in general"' in
the latest edition.
.i* criiK-r Jodt
'.V
Max Lerner considers
American education todaj
Read l.ei tier's provocative
views offered in his column,
"From My Diary."
9% /6 *4
Former Nazi General Arrested in Germany
a
vital
government
essential steps
services. Hista-
MUNICH iJTA Karl Wolff,
former General in the Nazi H I
SS. and one of the topmosi aides
to the late Heinrich Himmlcr. duel
of Hitler- secrel police has been
arrested and is being investigated
In iddition to the spec ific charge
oi participating in the deportation
Of the Warsaw .lews. \\ ,ll| is held
under "suspicion" of having par-
ticipated in the mass murder ol
an unspecified
but large number
as to his responsibility in the de- ()1 jews m Eastern European conn
portation of approximate^ 70.000 ;,..,._ occupied by Ihe Nazi armies
Jews from the Warsaw Ghetto to
Nazi death camps, il was announ- Wolff has been living in Ba-
Ministry of Finance made ce,i Mere b> the information offici varia, enag.ng in bus.ness, and
a"d various public and munici-
pal bodies employing the strik-
5 de"ounced the walkout.
on
r for a seven percent boost of the Bavarian slate government
drawing a pension as a former
general. While h? was never
tried for his role in the "final
solution" cf the Jewish problem
through their annihilation, he did
serve a prison serterce after be-
ing convicted by a German court
for participating in medical ex-
periments on human beings, in-
cluding Jews, at the Dachau con-
centration camp. Given a four-
year labor camp sentence, he
was released in 1949.
Durii thi N ii r e m !> e r : V\ ar
Crimes trials. Wolf I testil
Hitler knew nothing aboul I \
murder ol ihe Jew s He m
this statement as Ihe perse:.
at times during the Nazi reg
acted as liaison officer bel ween
Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. cl
of the notorious Gestapo which di-
rected the mass annihilation o:
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Cabinet Hears Refugee Clarification
Discussing plans for the Attorneys Division buffet supDer
Teb. 6 at the home of Circuit Judge Irving Cypen are .'left
to :ight) Walter Kovner. Mayor Kenneth Oka, and Phillip
S:':.:::. Function is for 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Seek Religious Observance
Ban in Washington Schools
VSMNGTON tJTA The
; i oi Columbia school board
school boards in the sur-
Maryland and Virginia
i tics ere studying thi-
n iui -' l > the Jewish com
i m ;] ol Gn aler Washing.
ihej prohibit public school
!im i\ anci s "i anj kind.
'he council asked for a "policy
tSat clearly prohibits the conduct
(' re .9 cus holic'ay observances
md o her religious practices un-
rf public school auspices, whe-
'icr optional or compulsory."
The Council did not spell out what
i r-'.int by "other religious prac-
1 ces but it is interpreted to
mean Bible reading, recitation of
'"e Lord's Prayer and similar
cravers recited in classrooms or
: -:ci assemblies.
incil i bargi .1 (hat reli-
rvunce in t h < public
i < nds ! i urriculum because it sub-
til dr n '.." div isi
I rsonal < mbari .\ sment
.c...] confusion It
Former Nazi
General Arrested
tn Bavaria
Continued from Page 1-A
li rriti ries d bj thi
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18 n onths aj o, the Docu
i u lion ( cnu i oi Nazi Crimes.
Israel, announced it run!
mong i!^ .in hhes a letti r
bj Wolff, during Ihc war.
In -ni to German railroad au-
lies In (ho Utter. Wolff had
' ngratulated the railroad officials
*< r their "successful operation in
rring 5.000 Jews daily to
k.i." one of the most notori-
ous of ihe Nazi death camps. Is-
raeli officials then requested the
Wesl German government to ar-
"i Wolff,
Wi.llt uas will known to highest
Allied military authorities during
the closing days of the war. He
*as i redited with being instru-
mental in the surrender of one mil-
lion German troops in Italy to the
Allied forces in May of 1945.
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JERI SALEM tJTA) Mrs.
Weir, l-r.i. I's Foreign Min-
ister, clarified in the Knesset the
stand ol the Government on the
Arab refugee problem, which was
a major issue at the United Nations
Genera] Assembly last month.
She. reiterated that the Israel
Government considers the resettle-
ment ol ihe Arab refugees in Arab
lands as the only solution to the
problem, she also said that the
Israel Goernmcnl opposes giving
ne rcniifi e i in hoii i be-
tween returning to Israel or reset-
tlement in Arab countries.
The Foreign Min:ster made her
statement during a debate in
which the opposition parties cri-
ticized the voting of the Israel
delegation on the issue at the
General Assembly. Three opposi-
tion motions presented by
Herut, Mapam and the Liberal
Partycalling for a full-scale de-
bate on Israel's voting was de-
feate:', 37 to 25.
The opposition parties contended
that ih.' Israel delegation had ac-
ci p'e I a I'nited States proposal,
giving the refugees "free choice"
between being repatriated to Is-
rael or settlement in Arab lands
They said this vote by Israel's dele-
gation went counter to ,i Knesset
resolution, adopted Nov 6. insist-
ing on refugee resettlement in
Arab lands.
Airs. Meir said the Israel delega-
tion voted against the American
proposal when the clause calling
tor "tree" choice came up lor a
separate ballot. However, she
maintained, the delegation had no
alternative to accepting ihe Ameri-
can resolution when the drafi as a
whole was put to a vote, because
the t'.s. resolution "contained
other, positive features."
She declared the U.S. resolu-
tion provided that it is up to Is-
rael to decide "if and who and
when" an Arab refugee is to be
admitted, even under "free"
choice.
The Government, she said, never
look the -land that "not a single
refugee" is to be admitted She
said Israel is also safeguarded by
thi fact ih.it it -till insists that any
refugee admitted must agree, un-
rier an old UN resolution, "to live
;:t peace" under Israeli rule.
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Arrest of Another Nazi
The crrest cf Karl Wolff continues the
c: eve:.;; that sees an increasing number of
Kczi :easts being brc ;ce.
. he depth ci the Hitlei gedy to
everywhere is measured not by tne
scored S.x MJ ion: ?P&
perspective by the fact thai Bventesn
have passed Bince the suicide of the
ambitious little Austrian corporal in a i ei in
b -:..:er and the collapse c: his "Thousand Year
Reich."
Nearly seventeen yecrs have passed, end
till the inquiries continue, the searches lcrge
cheac unrelentingly, and the arrests are made.
The most stunning of them all was the
capture of Adolf Eichmann, who now awaits
the- result of his appeal to Israel's Supreme
Court from a death sentence imposed on him
in the Jewish State last November.
The Karl Wolff arrest suggests some knotty
questions. Not the least of these is: So many
years after the fact, how long can the inquiries,
the searches, the trials continue? All men in-
terested in justice will answer that they ccn
continue just as long as it tckes to bring the
culprits to light and to punish them for their
inhuman crimes.
But, after the Nuremberg trials themselves,
the most spectacular of them all. the Eichmann
trial in Israel, demonstrated that there simply
is no defined limit to culpability for the Nazi
beast that took the lives of six million innocent
Jews and countless millions of others in a
war waged by Germany for the advancement
of her glory. Untold numbers of men and
women, along with the Eichmanns and the
Wolffs, are equally guilty because without
."em and their willing cooperation, none of the
Nazi atrocities would have occurred.
The problem, therefore, seems not so much
t&e need for a contest between justice on the
one hand and the Nazi leaders on the other,
cut c relentless war waged against the crime
cf man's inhumanity to man.
This is not to say that the continuing
searches and arrests are oif base; it is in the
.-.cure of things that they must carry or. re-
lentlessly H only as a primitive aspect of the
war against inhumanity.
But they are. inded, primitive at best; and
the recson is that they seem ieast effective for
the ultimate achievement of a higher human
understanding. Neither the Nuremberg triais
nor the Eichmann trial nor indeed any other
search, seizure, or court case involving former
Nazis hes changed the tone cf the German
people themselves. Every public opinion poll
there in recent months, no less than a climbing
number of anti-Semitic incidents, shows that
the inexplicable animus remains.
It is this psychic disease with which we
must deal even more efficiently than we deal
with the Eichmanns and the Wolffs, and sadly
not alone in Germany, or we will have dealt
with nothing.
The Core of the Problem
The pitch of the report to the Sencte on
Jordan has interesting overtones, particularly
these stressing the fact that Jordan bans Jewish
tourism and that Jordan, an indigent country at
best, can ill-afford the commercial loss.
After so many years of pounding away at
the more appalling aspects of the problem.' we
can welcome this kind of comic relief, but we
hope it is temporary.
For it is not the challenge to Jewish tour-
ism with which the U.S. Government must be
concerned. More at issue is the double stand-
ard of American citizenship that the Arab po-
tentates have imposed on us and that we
wordlessly accept year after year.
Extending their relentless war against Is-
rael to encompass Jews everywhere, the Arabs
have:
Launched an international boycott de-
''. f v '
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the Jews* Wtekly. M,*,r %;,,, worldwide PMWJ
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signed to biackmcii czi:::i.i: dc:r.q busii -
with Israel.
Embellished th
[viduc enterprises
doing -. sin. w it sraei.
Imposed th l enter]
r :h key a:._: even lesse: | onnel ::
ish faith.
[i the Arbc9 -
access on this front they tv
ctssiui or. another. By :ing U.S. of-i
that our relations with the Arcb nal
the- iine. they iorcec the withdrawal c
icon Jewish servicemen :rom Near Last d il
brought our government to accede to special
travel and passport regulations for American
Jews traveling in or around there; and emerged
from their campaign with a terrifying range oi
general concessions that weaken principles of
democratic freedoms.
It is these that lie at the heart of the report
to the Senate on the Jordan ban. All e:se .=
mere commentary.
The Danger of Vigilance
The Israel Parliament is continuing to make
a big thing of the establishment ot cuiturcl
relations with West Germany. New consider-
ations in Parliament lcte last week set down
a series of stiingent regulations governing such
future relations.
As we indicated in these columns recent-
ly, it all seems downright unrealistic. Israel's
feelings are easy to understand, and Jews just
about everywhere share them.
But the recent 25th cnniversary celebration
cf the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, marked
by the crchestrc's performance of Beethoven's
Ninth Symphony, is a case in point. The orch-
estra decided not to sing in the original Ger-
man the final choral movement based on Schil-
ier's immortal "Ode to Joy,'' but to do il .
Hebrew instead.
The confusion that followed nearly wn
ed the occasion. This, oi course, is a minor
siderction in an unquestionably major p:c.
area, but it illustrates the shameful lev
which cultural vigilante-ism can bring en ot
wise intellectually accomplished people.
Chip on One's Shoulder
Whatever else may be said of her, V.
Germany has been most diligent in her respon-
sibility to Israel under the S866 million repara-
tions agreement, which is shortly to come to
an end.
In addition, the Bonn Government has at-
tempted a variety of friendly gestures toward
the Jewish State. If these have not always
been successful, the burden of failure did not
m each instance lie with the Germans or
at least, those Germans of Dr. Konrad Aden'
auer s stature.
The recent Israeli decisions affecting Israel-
German cultural relations are a case in point
Aa would certainly tax any attempt at friend-
ly ties between governments.
The seemingly immediate reaction to this
came early m the week when Bonn specula
lively announced that future Trade Missions or
proposed diplomatic relations with Israe Irniqn
have^to be governed by how the ArabsTee!
S2LRSTa crimp on ,he West &
All of which should tend to *W,. i
that a chip on one's shoulder ant,
be a very expensive thing. Or S1 IsrJSnlT*
his shortly after independence wi'hher fa?
~ that matu.f adults
read as sharply : my
part series on the recei
age conclave here -. j vi
they have. A good friei 1
.n the echelon- of disti ijfh-
ed community leadershii told
me quite franklv that I
the mark. It I vie
"violent statement" of my
opinions "childishly" miTored
., nsychic set of lh young people I hart crltlclzMrrflrtrem*'. ,,ih
a Dint-sized target requiring demolit on. I resorted to huge ar .ii.ry
weapons when a slingshot seemed more clearly indicated. Cf ,
what he minimized, in no way lessened the depth of hi? own | tally
violent response to the series. If it was all so unimportant. u-.:. ,
unbridled sense of aggression and toward me personally rather
than toward the idt as invi h i d?
II shaped up this way: .'.":..:'- by the last column, be a cted
future, to aring a "yarmufke" ;.- a matt
..... recalcitrant Orthodox
Greater M ar : ''''' u01,1'! "" "'1> '''
. ation for the fan I my
en. he | led thi I.....te r< gistrat ci s si
ap] arcntly the em i
gazing around n
.:.-] an ultra r< qua
eil '..... nts pro' i ul

,iews on teen-ager!
is it
. that th tr.ee is j
., against criticism guilt n y frien
a permissive par* i and
the cha i .eness This, in any case, it I
.- i thi r such reactions, ell cas
people;" that I am d< mo< ntu
that ] hati chldrei I am "intolerant" toward teer
,ihi more readily need my understanding" than by "berating
UNDIMOCKATIC ttSPONSF 10 AN UNDIMOCKATIC CHAKGl
UT THIS SKIRTS I hi : indami i lal issue that 1 do not rec ill thi
B
ast column's heii voted to .. study of the varieties i f rSi -
experience, al all, except as they may manifest themselves in relie-
education for young people How could my friend, therefore,
deduct thesi other fears with respect to me. my children, and my
hi me' l tmil it almost bizarre that an admittedly traditic nal. at
these times stern view ol Jewish instruction, should elicit so c ilorful
, d devastating .. r spi i <
Yet, perhaps il is not strange, after all. Permissiveness,
other things, frequently dotes on .i cavalier rejection v. Judaism and
gious education. \\i m longer employ leeches a-d bleed.r.^ .<
a medical therapeutic; although what has supplanted thim is wmi
mes hardl] mori elfectivi Whj continue the practice of Judaisi
But I do nol hen plead thai n udernity is always the motive for cast
ofl tn on. Often. ghtenment"the "enlightenment '
el me say, of thi Ab Cahn-varietj of Jew during the first det
Iwei lieth centur> Ann rica il al does the trick.
Can leni people ti n pond s(l violently to the i
ol personal .> even on si equally personal a subject
ous education? Pn ihey are democratic, especialb
i the> were so firm i criti zing mj "undemocratic" a-' I
teen-agers I hi ht ti free expression. Why denj m<
I protect a a I a-Mi liberty for let E agers" TI
answer ma> at I might very well contaminate"
thi .....my \ iews. But let me a- -
cynic enou ;h to li lit thai
to my ov n, are much ti i revaK nt I
" ,0 ''...... .,i impression in th< mal

r suk:h fo cuipabivtv
JN POINT OF i i, ,. ,. limply [ g, su
rel in ui education, vhile
the Ineffectiveness of thi i I
i foi curriculun I rmulati I
lalf baked attitui verj
Kind ol leenagi | ii ti al bla
parents .urn .foolishly accept the responsibi
tear that is our univi
Few more parenu than a r
mj friend predicted foi me. I
:|'"' ii lay Hebrew school. Neither wi ft.
enlightenment" other than reje.
perhaps a better word of Judaism I
ff to which they pretend 1 do I
r i j iriend, who is indeed and without
' i"on an intellectual ol estimable quality. And it ,.- all the men
,,"'"" I'svwyrci ihi hi should have deduced se many things
"n my last column alien to its highi -t purposes.
-nri mi3!! '; ,' ~;"' becaus my friend, a community le_
" ,;''" "Hen in our discussions seeks to uncover the reason h
he seeming supping sensi of a
ader of neti
e reason h
merican Jewish identity
orirfi.nnrf .,- ;>'""- ><-"^< oi American Jewish identity <
profound problem that ;,:.. 50 manv obtervtri of Iht ronl0n
i'iif ik I ','" '" *v,r l(K,k f,,r tht' fault in the Identity
TMg NffO f0 JMIiH .fUN,
BUT BEL'EVE that Judaisi
for Judaism has survived t
ph
sm means far more than these things:
hrough eras of the absence of both
rgaSriau'iSJ^S '" "S moM l,rnUcd tradiVioria"! form, and suavely
.... .... cl ^"mssive parents iri,.ni,fv
o uncover reasons for
community even
For with what will the
already reje'rtedVod"^ P"renU ldl'n,lf>' tomorrow, when they have
a
in
tei
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Friday, January 26, 1962
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gogufl of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Cen-
l the western outskirts of Jerusalem, where the mucii-
puL.cized seamed g'ass windows Marc Chcgall created for
Hccassah will be installed this month. Commissioned by
He: 3SSah, the windows depict the twelve tribes cf Israel. In
jn.r. j the one-story structure, Joseph Neufe'.d, prominent
American architect, took into account the fact that the syna-
e will rouse Chagall's worki of art. which have been
acclaimed universally as the crowning achievement in the
74-vear-oid master's career.
Bonn Regrets Israel Decision;
Mission to Depend on Arabs
that tin' Bonn Government estab-
lish a "more intense" program ot
aid to Israeli students in German
universities, proposing the provis-
ion of scholarships to Israeli tu-
lents lor such purpo.se>.
Government sources here an'
still declining to comment on the
Knesset'.- curb on German-Israel
i relation-
I5( .-X ,' FA Regret over the
n of I Knesset, Israel's
ment I) limit cultural ami
relai on= >ith Germany was
< tri. week in a numbei
ol Hi I'ler-r.aa newspapers. Same
' ihem attributed Israel's move
i i! fact that the Bonn Govern-
refuses .) establish diploma
I'c n stiotts *;;n the Jewish Slat'--.
i Stad arzeiger, a Cologne
paper c imed a report re-
i tha West G e r in a
i tmmeni wa i. considering estab
livhiri! a trade mission in Jeiusa
i n milar to the Israel Purchas
Germany.
Tr -*>> f.i'd however, f*t
'he /test G*rmn Foreign Min-
iitrv wilt first sound out fhe
Arafc stats* to see if the estib-
lishrrjnt o* i-ri' a mission would
t" ccisidered bv the Arabs as
an u-*riend / let. The Forrign
Mims1ry fears that the Arab
s'.i\ may rs'ji a'e by aranMiYi
lion -j the East German
G? imc-
11 imburg ".' ekl;
rt'cle suggi
Zeev Dover Will
Talk Wednesday
Zeev Dover. Consul of Israel tor
Economic Affair-, will be guest
speaker at a moating of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congresi next Wedne>-
loj evening in Beth David Congre-
gation.
Dover will discuss "Dialogue Be-
tween Israel and American Jewry
Whal 1 nites Us and What Divides
( "
Rabbi I. eon Kroiush. spiritual
ler i Temple Beth Snolom, and
i es dent ol t h e South Florida
Council of AJCongress, will be
hairman of the evening
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Jews Great Soldiers, Says Reader
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I'm glad that I read The Jewish
i'londian and '.hat my children do
not. Your columrist David
Schwartz, in the Jan. 12 issue, not
only insults me, but would confuse
my children. He either dosen't
know Jewish history, or he's bein-4
overwhelmed by the commercial
aspects of "Shalom" stated billions
of times.
In the Jan. 16-31 issue of Jewish
Current Events, which my daugh-
ter recieves at Hebrew High School,
there's a glowing story about a
famous lighting Jew named Joseph
li-umpeldor. Our history is tilled
with stories of Joshua the Warrior.
Saul and Uav id. and many others
If Mr. Schwarti wishes to be
brought up to more modern times,
he might reread the heroic ac-
counts of the Warsaw fighting,
the modern battles of Israel
against overwhelming odds, and
the conduct of Jews in every
American war.
I've been told by a pretty good
source that the percentage ol Jews
in the American wars was always
higher than their percentage in the
population (with the possible ex-
ception of World War II when Se-
lective Service leveled each group I.
When Jewish bombardiers, in-
fantrymen and tank combatants
were dropping bombs or firing ma-
chine guns, they did not fire at the
sky in order that they might avoid
killing the enemy, as Mr. Schwartz
.-o "humorously''" writes.
My children are being taught,
and will be taught, not to look tor
a tight but to stand up and tight
back when necessary. And "Sha-
lom" will mean to them that they
wish "Peace" ot body and mind
and activity, but not at the price
of being labeled an easy mark be-
cause they 'shoot to miss."
Our President used this tan-
uage in his State of the Union
Address in regard to Berlin:
"We're ready to talk when talking
will do some good. We're ready to
light if we have to This applies
tn Jews, as well.
And as a parting -hot. I certain-
ly did not look favorably upon Juli-
us Rosenwald'S remark that his
title was "General Merchandise
Big joke 10 our Jewish ri those whom I know walking around
with shrapnel in their bodiesto
this ery day.
Your other columnist, Mr. Leo
Mindlin, whom t had the pleasure
of hearing speak recently, ought
to have some interesting com-
ments if it's cricket for one
columnist to discuss the column
of another.
A- a matter of fact. I was going
to write about Mr. Mindlin's ex-
cellent column in the same issue
regarding the democracy of allow-
r children \o -peak with equal
voice on subjects a!>out which they
en nothing. Unfortunate
il match my chil ire
pdge if Hebrew, bul i know
re about cars and finances than
do.
I'll listen with an r I
tl i lebrew but I'l gh
fully any comment- ab>;.it when
Idren shall drive and how much
Ifa : should have for allowances
MARVIN LEVIN
Miami
Prejudice at Lowest Ebb,
Expert Tells AJCommittee
Continued from Page 1-A
ligious groups suet as religious
festivals in schools, blitli control,
aid for paroclval schools and Sun-
day closing laws, were sociological
and political, rather than matters
of faith. He said discussion on
these problems "are properly cen-
tered on the Constitution." rather
than in theology.
The delegates al>.> were told
'hat a widespread campaign of
armed violence, attacks on demo
cratic groups, and anti-Semitic
vandal:sm was beinu carried on
with "apparent immunity" from
police action by terrorist groups
in Argentina.
"The organization.-, which arc
neo-Fascist and strongly anti-Uoi
ted States, appear to have the sup-
port of some Argentine army offi-
cers and a number of Roman
Catholic priests, although both the
army and the church are officially
opposed to these groups." Jacob
Blausten AJCommittee honorary
president, said in Ins report.
He revealed that American
Jewish Committee leaders re-
cently met with top officials of
the U.S. State Department to dis-
cuss the growing anti-democratic
and anti-Semitic forces in Argen-
tina. It is understood that the
Vatican has censured the priests
involved in the Argentine Fas-
cist fringe .groups, he added.
Blaustein stressed, however, that
Argentine officialdom and church
leaders were "clearly opposed to
these fringe groups." and cited the
fact that the Argentine Senate in
1961 officially denounced Tacuara,
one ot the more important neo-
Pascist groups. This organization
s a para military group, with cells
and command posts in Buenos
Aires and other major cities
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Secretary of Commerce Hodges Wil
Receive Thcdegkal Seminary Medal
Secretarj of Commerce Luther
11 Hodgt and seven Jewish com
munal leaders will be honored bj
the Jewish Theological S minar..
of America in, Miami Beach on
Tuesday, Feb. 27
Secret a r> Hodgv will re
the Semii arj Medal to i x<
lying "the human poti i
develop in the marketplace
the coune'ls ol goxernmen Ihe
ethical :"! moral princi.il>
mankind" The medal will b
awarded ai ,* spe< I '''''
at TempW Emanu El, where pub-
lic figures, renowned scholars and
business and industrial lea! rill
gather to witness I -
Or. Louis Finke'ste;n. chan-
cellor of the Seminary, wi'l pre-
sent the me.-fal to Secretary
Hodges. TSe only oth'r recip-
ient cf iHe Seminai y Me.lai *-.-.*
Israeli Prime Mirisler David
BenGurion, who received it on
his last visit to this country.
Follow ing l
ner will be held in II
Beach Auditorium, where gui :
hoi or will !)< the recipients ol the
Seminary's National Community
S<-r\ ice Award
The award is i "'
ronl 'it i i-aeh ye u '
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TOWER OF THRIFT
You Are Invited To Our Party!
MAIN
OFFICES
4C1 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
It wos just ten yeors ogo-on January 30, 1952 that Miami Beach
Federal Sav.ngs ond Loan Association opened its South Shore Branch.
H k ce;^SSOC'tlon is celebrating the birthday from Monday, January 29
a"; 29th andlbth ^ ~ ?" hUSe n Mndy nd TuesdQ^ W
Old ond new friends are invited to drop in ond be greeted by Marcus 0
Sorokm and his staff. Refreshments will be served during the open house at 755
Washington Avenue.
Growth during the years has been so substantial that in 1958 the South
5hore office moved from its original quarters at 665 Washington Avenue into
its own handsome new building at the present address.
The ten-year-old office now has more than 12,000 savings accounts for
a total of approximately $37 m.llion. From the day of its opening, the office
has steadfastly supported the growth and revitalization of the area, and its
dealings with individuals has put the emphasis on friendly, helpful 'service.
BIRTHDAY GIFTS
In connection with it
tenth birthday observance.
MBF's South Shore Branch
is sayinR Happy Birthday
to the youth of the area.
All boys and girls in the
South Shore area (South of
Lincoln Road) who become
ten years old on January
29th or January :10th are
invited to attend the open
house on those days and
receive a birthday gift.
The birthday boys and girls
must brinj- their birth cer-
tificates with them in order
to be eligible for the Rift.
MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
SOUTH SHORE OFFICE 10th ANNIVERSARY EDITION
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IKS it was the first new commercial building that had been erected in the area in twenty years.
tEMER FAMILY
0-ENS hi ACCOUNT
AT SOUTH SHORE
Ac ml No 1 at
K I Sou B re Mr.
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e Famous Resta irant
lungton Avenue,
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Hi.-h.ird Tucfcer,
' Sophie Ticker. Joo
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Al Burnett. (British
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it opened ten years ago Ruth and Morris I-erner.
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First borne of MBF s South shore Branch at 605 Washington Ave-
nue. Opened Januai \ W, IWJi
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CI..UDE A. RENSHAW
MITCHELL UOI.FSOX
SALUTE TO SOUTH SHORE
In celebrating the tenth birthday of its South Shore Office,
the directors and officers of Miami Beach Federal take th I
opportunity to salute the citizens of the area.
Miami Beach Federal has had a close bond with the So th
Shore area of Miami Beach ever since its headquarters were
located there in 1937, in the old Cinema Theatre Buildinir-.it
1243 Washington Avenue.
These ties continued after the main office was moved'to
its present location. The Association evidenced its faith in Mie,
future of South Shore when the branch office was opened there
ten years ayo. Events proved the move justified The growth ol
the office led. in 1958. to the building of the present quarters.
At the time it was built, it was the first new commercial
Structure that had been erected in the area in twenty years.
Miami Beach Federal salutes a stable community, the foun-
dation on which the present prosperity of Miami Beach was
built.
The Association also salutes a dynamic community, whtch
is not content to remain just the "old" South Beach, but <
moving forward to become a "new" South Shore. This nev
era has already begun. Your community lenders, with the sup-
port of the citizenry, are planning ahead bnd working ahead
toward the revitalization of South Shore. With a continuing pro-
gram of development that will make the most of its natural
advantages, the area may well become, a> its planners en-
vision, the most beautiful place in the world in which to live ami
work.
Miami Beach Federal is proud to be so much a part of
South Shore, and looks forward to future decades of m itual
growth and cooperation.
CLAUDE A. RENSHAW
PRESIDENT
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MITCHEl I. WOLFSON
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
BAR MIT2VAH GIFTS
As part of its birthday
celebration. South Shore
Brunch Is gh ing gifts to
all boys in the Smith Shore
who have or will become
Bar Mttivah on Jan. 20,
27, or Feb. 3.
MBF, in sharing its birth-
day with these voung peo-
ple, hopes to inculcate in
them early the habit of
thrift, and to introduce
them to the pleasures of
saving.
YOUR "JEST
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DIVIDENDS
PAID 4 TIMES
A YEAR AT
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Lik lh other divisions in the
bint d .ih Appeal, we
Ne Horizons of giv-
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I chairmen lor the at-
division arc State At-
tornc) Richard E Gerstein, Judge
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: and Judge Harold Spaet.
Associati chairmen are Martin
ll. Spieler, a n d
H Traurig.
Vici .... rmen arc I. Jules Ar-
lelvyi t umkrs, Robert
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Marks. Lawrenci r Porter, Lloyd
iskin. Howard R Si harlin,
Richar B Sion<
Ice members include
i > tronox ii/. Jason Berk-
Richard Brickman, David
P Catsman, \ Budd Cutler,
l !< men Ehrhch. Leon A Epstein,
Essen, Sanford S. Paunce,
Milton Feller. Gus Peuer, Mar
.hall Pcuer. Jack \l Pink, Rob-
en R Prank, Judge Milton \.
r Gi Ibcr Samuel Gold-
Si mucl i llalpcrt, Burton
Louis Heiman, Daniel
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Kenneth Myers. Stanley Pred
Milton II. Richmond, Arthur
Philip Schiff, Jndg Sidney 1
Segall Harold Shapiro, Samu. i
W Shapiro. Harry B Smith
Harold I"annen. Saul T. Voi
Zamfi. William J Weitael. Elliot
IVeston, Marvin I Wiener, Ray-
mond l. Wise, Harrj Zakernick
Other prominent attorneys
are 1962 CJA officers include Mar-
shall S Harris, vice chairman
Ihi Ti ades and Professions
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ei i ion are
ay in I he r task ol
.....c'rs for thi (Sen-
..: on Dn ision of Ihe
timed .1. wish Appeal.
ntatives ol jew i li Vo-
Si r\ .>('. Jewish H m e
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: 1111n; i > Center, Jewish
' and Children's Service,
Bureau ol J wish Educa-
havi launch) il a virtual
.i lh.in" Irom Federation
from oae to three
each, these agency
i nbers have made more
1.000 plume tails in search
! unti1 r workers.
! Neal Hi lier, General
chairman, said that
btained in ties manner
back bone of this por-
campaign."
Women Vow
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To CJAppeal
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Btl2 ( ombined Jew .sh
rd the New Horizons"
i eeting in the Algiers
week, and responded
sticall> to the call for in-
ti ipation.
en Mrs. Inez Kren-
"i Carl Wrinkle pro-
hi meeting ol more
ul standing women lead-
| ird Dr Arieh Plotkin,
"li lecturer and experi
li Easl affairs, outline
cosl ill immigran1
1 i- (here i reate:
Dr. Plotkin said
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igranls are arrivini
we still have t.i com
iob of absorbing hen
ousands -it (be earlier
- into our economy."
" S Rosichan, executive
ol the Greater Miami
' "delation, described thi
% local needs of the grow
community.
\ community's needs grow
" \ the community," Rosichan
'he coming years will -ec
evn greater business and in-
u*inal growth in this area, and
"" must hi ready for it"
Plans for an all-out campaign by the Construc-
tion, Allied Industries and Real Estate Division
are being discussed by these top leaders, left
to right are James M. Albert, Builders group co-
chairman; Max Goldstein, division co-chairman;
David F'ceman, division co-charman; and Hy-
land Rifas, chairman of the Trades and Profes-
sions Council.
Leadership of the Construction. Allied Industries and Real Estate
Division of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal confer, left to
right are Arthur M. Shandloff, Builders group co-chairman; Mar-
tin B. Goodman, division vice chairman; and Nat Ratner, Real
Estate group co-chairman.
New Horizons in th* Construction, Allied Trades, and Real Es-
tate Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal are being dseussed
by these two leaders. Thev are Howard M. Duniv (left), Archi-
tects group chairman, end Harold J. Segal, Real Estate group
co-chairman.
Men's Units
Lining Up
Behind CJA
Men's organizations of the
Greater Miami community are
rallying hehind the 11162 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign,
according to Daniel Neal Heller,
General Solicitations chairman.
A. Bodd Cutler, chairman ot
the Men's Division, has reported
< xcellent results in recruiting or-
ganizations needed to give our
campaign a broad base."' Heller
said.
Already lined up behind the
CJA are such groups as the Zion-
ist organizations, headed by Ber-
nard Katz, and the B'nai B'rith
groups he.'ded In Edward Stern.
Greater Miami posts of the Jew-
ish War Veterans, under the di-
rection ol Ralph Grossman, are
also "solidly in the ranks." Hel-
ler said
Also on the roster are the Is-
rael Histadrut, Workmen's Circle.
Greater Miami Jewish Communi-
ty ('::' rr. and the American
Jew ish Coni i ess
v under way in the recruit-
ing ul campaign workers are the
in. n's clubs ami broiherhoods of
the Greater Miami temples. Hel-
i. r added.
On Guard
Day and night, around Ihe
cn'endar. the agency aftili
ates of the Greater Miami
I e w i I h Federation are on
guard to serve >"0U in the
fields ol health, welfare, edu-
cation, family counseling, as-
sistance to the aged, and
ethers.

The Nation
Eyes Miami,
Kovens Says
Ambassador Michael Coma',
representative from Israel to the
d Nations, will address he
1962 Combined Jewish Appeal
Ini.ial <.;it- dinner Feb. n In
the Americana Hotel
CJA Chairman Cal Kovens -.i .1
the scheduled appearance here oi
Comay "points up the tremen oi -
importance attached to the Great-
er Miami campaign by our na-
tional leaders "
"Ambassador Coma y. of
course, is in great demand all
over the country," Kovens said.
"The tact that he has chosen lo
address our meeting in Miami is
a singular honor for this com-
munity."
Born in Cape Town. South Afri-
ca m 1908. Comay received h's
B.A. and LL.B. degrees from the
University of Cape Town and
subsequently was a Barrister ol
the Supreme Court. During the
Second World War. he served with
the South African Armed Forces
in the Middle Fast Theater and
in the United Kingdom, with the
rank of major
In 1946. Mr Comay settled in ,
Palestine and served there as a
special representative of the
South African Zionist Federa-
tion. He was also attached to
the Political Department of the
Jewish Agency, carrying out spe-
cial missions to South Africa,
Australia and New Zealand.
He served as a stall advisor to
the Jewish Agency Delegation lo
the UN in 1947 48. and became
a member of Ihe first Israel Dele-
gation to the United Nations in
1948. Upon, the establishment "t
the State of Israel, he was ap-
pointed director of the Common-
wealth Division at the Ministry
for Foreign Affairs.
In 1959. he was promoted to
the rank of assistant director gl :
eral. From 1953 to 1957, he rep-
resented Israel in Canada, first
with the rank of Minister, and
subsequently as Ambassador
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Sunday w'rh sharply-worded art'-
e'es against I latest Soviet
campi ? aga"-it Jews in the
Sc. r- Union. Davar. organ of
tha Histedrut, Israel s Federation
of Labor, said in an editorial:
The deliberate tendency in Rus-
= center of treasen, and worship-
ed as servan's e' 'c-eigners.
evcKes a grin-, association with .
Czars' incitement merhocs. That
is a very ca-;e-c.s roas. appeal-
i-g te prejudice ot a most primi-
tive character.' A similar edi-
torial was publisher also in the
.italem Post Israels English
newspaper. The same sen-
meni was also expressed in
ether Is'seii newspapers.
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Ryan also sent a telegram to
President Kennedy and Secre-
tary of State Dean RtfS'x, warning
cf "terrifying dangers facing So-
viet Jews. He stated in his
wires that "like the opening step
-f Nan pogroms,'' the Soviet
accusations against Israeli dip-
loma's are "cbviousiy calculated
to open the way for full persecu-
on Imprisonment or death for
Soviet Jews."
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taking
Dr. Perlmutter
To Chair Temple
Bond Dinner
Dr. Irwin Pei ph>-
: commu: :. has
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Temple Beth Am dinner or. behalt
: I: t was am
I i Herbert Baumgard. spi-
rit..... if ;he congregation.
.:-sure t h e success of the
which each year launches
r Miami Israel B-.rii I
fort, a sroup of congregation lead-
r- ha\e been named to serve with
Dr Perlmutter on the dinner com-
Thry ar,
David J Light, honorary dinner
chairman; Herman W Feldman.
honorary vice chairman; Johua J
vice chairman: Robert II
the congre-
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i nndemned ir. I itatesie
Hadassah conference no.
place in Ne.\ York The Statement
was made by Mr-. Herrr.in Shul-
man. former presidenl o; Hada.
sah. in the cnur^t f her MldretJJ
dt the confercr c
The American Jc*f*t ten?r'->.^
similarly, conricn-'tii the ehavgegl
made In Moscow and described.I
them as "anothf: .-'.cp ir. the re-
lentless Soviet ca-ipaigr. to dc-
stroy the last rc-rr;.;-ins Inks Be-
tween Jews in Mm Soviet I lion and
their co-religionists n other parts
the world." TN AJC ncre statement was led D> Mas-
executi tor i
ition

Welcome Wagon cele-
brates the arrival of each
new baby with a friendly
callwith a basket of
gifts and congratulations
of the entire community.
Be sure to tell Welcome
Wagon of the arrival of
every new baby in your
life.
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Jack Popsck Named President of South
Florida Division of Hebrew U. Friends
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at Jewish Arbor Day. in front of their new school now
ouilt on Pine Tree dr. and 24th st., Miami Beach. Special
onies were held Sunday morning, combined with sing-
leli dancing. Each Academy student pledged tc
in Israel, and proceeds will go to the Jewish Na-
Fund sponsors of the tree project. Left to right are
Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy; Linda
fifth grade student; and Steven Gerson. fourth grade
Engineers Strike in Israel
Selection of .lack S. Popick .
South Florida business, civic and
religious leader, as president of
the South Florida Division of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem was an-
nounced this week by Daniel (I.
Ross, of New York, national chair-
man of the board of the American
Friends.
Popick is president of .Mechanics '
Uniform Service, a Miami Indus-
trial uniform rental service and
served in 1961 as national chair-
man of the conference of the Insti
lute of Industrial I.aunderers. held
in Miami Beach. He has served
as Southern regional director of
the Institute.
In recognition of hi* firm hav-
ing given "exemplary aid, as-
sistance and employment to the
handicapped," Popick recently
received the Mark A. Li^ht Me-
morial Award issued by the
World Committee for the Physi-
cally Handicapped. Popick is
active in the Wor-id Committee
and has played a leadir/j role
in the Jewish Theological Semin-
ary of America and Brandeis
University.
Financial secretary of Temple
Bmanu-El, Popick is a member of
the national board of governors '
the Israel Bond Organization and
chairman of the executive com
mitlee of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Committee. He has
served as vice president of the
South Florida Division and i> a
member of the national board and
Co-.tinue-i from Pag* 1-A
.. I : -ads of the Teach
i. i an agreement
s. providing for waye in-
. certain fringe
teachers in the
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H ichoo toacherj will re
piw cieisffi ranging from I
H- 'el* U S 33.60) monthly.
fhey II j.sa get further incre-
nen\ ever j s. percent raise
an increment is granted
<> er.-)inters in public insti-
Wioni no* on strike for higher
pages.
Ill fund will he
high school
i nti n u < advance
Rd will enable
teachers to take a sabbatical
leave, with Hi) percent net pay.
ever) eight years There will also
be bi inises lor teachers completing
refresher courses "i researches.
increases for teachers holding uni-
\ ei sitj uses tni those in chat .. ol i
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of the executive committee of the
American Friends.
Popick succeeds Jack D. Gordon.
president of .U'ashinEitOji Ftij.lqr.al
Savings and Loan Assn.. and n in
her of the Dade County School
Board, as president. Gordon K'.s
been named co-chairman of the
academic council of the South Flor-
ida Division, together with felloe
school board member, Mrs. tana
Brenner Meyers.
The new president moved to
Miami Beach immediately fo'-
Icwing World War II. He was
active in the Newark and New
York industrial cleaning field,
as well as communal affairs.
Mr. and Mrs. Popick and their
two children live at 5150 N. Bay
rd.
" The AmericaTrFrienfls is a nation-
wide organization which supports
and publicizes the Hebrew Univer-
sity cf Jerusalem, Israel's f?rst
and largest institution of hmher
learning which now has some 3.000
students on four campuses
Leaders of the national conference of the American Frienis
of the Hebrew University, to be held at the Americana hotel
beginning Feb. 17. meet in New York at University House to
plan the program. Left to right are Jack S. Popick. Miami
Beach, co-chairman; Judge Louis E. Levinthal. Philadelphia,
chairman of the conference; Joseph M. Mazer, New York, co-
chairman; and Daniel G. Ross, chairman of the board oi the
American Friends of the Hebrew University. Popick was just
elected president of the South Florida Division of the Amer-
ican Friends.
Dr. Kogan to Report
l>r Zev W. Kogan, local attorney
and counselor for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund of Greater Miami, lias
just returned from a week long con-
ference in Sew York where he dis-
cussed plan- relating to the future
growth Ol .INF here lie was 10 re-
port to the local executive hoard
on Thursdaj.
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Friday. Januarv 26
Pop' Simons Library Fulfillment of Drea
Planning their 1962 activities {or the New Horizons campaign
of the Combined Jewish Appeal are these leaders of tM
Manuiacturers Division. Standing (left to righti are co-chair-
men James Bresslcw and Herbert Miller. Seated [left to.right*
are Phil Revitz, Martin Lodqe. vice chairman Ronald A.bart.
and Maurice Abelson.
Eddie Cantor's 70th Birthday Celebration
To Inaugurate '62 Bond Camaign
Eddie Cantor, national chairman
> the Builder> of Israel and one
ol the beloved personalities- in show
i ,-mt---. will be honored at a na-
inal celebration of his 70th birth-
d iy, which will be the climax of
the inaugural of !he 1962 campaign
fi* the sale of Israel Bonds, it was
announced by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president ot the Is-
rael Bond Organization.
The nationwide birthday tribute
to Cantor will be held at the Fon-
t. inebleati hotel in Miami Beach
on Saturday evening. Feb 24. as
the climax of a three-day coher-
ence oi United States and Canadian
li aders to launch this year's drive
tor Israel Bonds.
Louis H. Boydr, Los Angeles
business and community leader,
will serve as national chairman
of the birthday celebration and
the inaugural conference for Is-
rael Bonds, which must raise a
minimum of $66,5CO,0CO in 1962
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Supplier for Synagogues,
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for Israel's economic develop-
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Boyar. who for a number ot years
headed the Israel Bond drive in
Los Angeles, was recently named
rational chairman ot Trustee- In
this post he will have responsibilty
for the mobilization of top sale- of
I-rael Bonds, chiefly in the Trustee
category, which calls for the pur-
chase ot a minimum ot $10,000 in
any one year.
Dr Schwar'z >aid that the spe-
cial tribute to Cantor would be ot
"inestimable value" in providing
the foundation tor a successful
launching ol this year'.- drive
In honoring Eddie Cantor," he
sold, "we are paying tribute to a
ed -how man who has estab-
lished an unexcelled record oi ser-
vice to humanit; and to the Jew-
ish people. From the earliest days
of the Hitler regime to the present,
Mr Cantor has steadfastly worked
>o mobilize financial aid for the
establishment and development of
[.-rael a.- a homeland for la rue
nia.-si ol the Jew ish people "
Rabbi Mulavsky on Radio
Rabl ; Morton Malavsky w il
cuss (iod Bless America" on Sun-
i tij 9 is a.m over station WGBS
i- spirii al I
ol the !- lelite Center and presi-
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ical Assn
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and their availability to the
lie nas born in 1921 He n
then operating a motion picl
house ui Shenandoah, la
small farming communi > ol -
000 ( oncen ed aboul youna
sters wandering the streets dur-
ing the school year playina
hookey." Simons d icovere I that
those who could no; afford
buy books were not able to at
tend school. In Iowa al thai
time. :t 'i- for each countj
decide whether or not sen kj
b k- were to be free to stu
dents, Page county dr. not pro-
vide lor free textbooks
Simons elici'ed the assis
of Me nry Read, attornej
.ndoah in lb *>"' <"
. books for
jht ardu-
,- i after tw > years, the
uzed in Si-
idersnip
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m ed to
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years afti r leaving
p mt.. Simons passed
andoah again He
called Read, the attorney who
i ime his friend and ally
.....irij fight 'o secure free
xth ioks They arranged to
for lunch When he ar-
r. to Keep hi- appointment
. ith Read, there were gathered
ge'her -">0 town-people whom
Read had hurriedly calledto
tribute to Harry "Pop"
Simo -
,v n he isioned a library
: Da' id Congregation, he
sp( i bank account
:.- -..hn'i he placed not only
...,,..- iere I mate I. but
In, own contributions, a- well,
February" 4. 1962, w},en|
beautifully furnished l.braj
Beth David's new building!
be formally dedu
Simons, 83 years ol
once again have the
ot knowing thai he h
lished another goal
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Jewish Groups Testify at Quiz
Continued from Page 1-A
job discrimination orainst Jews.
"As Jews," said Mr Weinstein,
"in- are committed b) tmmen
tradition to a deep i |ai I tor the
sanctity and inviolabilit> ol th in-
dividual person Even il Jew
joyed full equality, therefon
would -till be concerned aboul dis-
crimination against an) group on
grounds oi race, color, religioi or
origin."'
Tin- American Jewish Commit-
tee su '' thai l
i : emplo) as
.-:. lespiti lion ol
man> -' ales bei rj s'udy
i i since w ir I Wai 'I has
'hat il si "i in iti
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mitiee Mr Aaron's statement j
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law; rone s'.ate* bar d;-enniina-;
lion in the sale or rental of private
house ind 2 tales h i\e ia.r em
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cs-and Husband*. / t/ '
FROM
;uo Wives'and Husband*.
fe m i :.)< fd enrich*
:,. d to a t-trtuous
S9a
I bli wing dwtlh in tin
L. :;cr I :*i[ wife).
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.: unf ere a gentle
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Ins d:1? ^aratf ,f "?tea
Vrarn rnfcjj nnx rj
jps"? V?s ppp nvr
rv fa .niD-i-j ^j
nna nliWn ninsn
hn*n rnnpn rmiy
jai D-into vn aa*i .a1?
rx Dnai .rcx'jn
1 t t :
.D-^sn nisrtxpa
na ^xi^-px1?
b Dn-*7K rcran ^rjbft
^ err nun rnrhnxn
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its: D'a^nnsi mnsn
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hirn x1? cm ins nx
P I t t v
|; n V?ap nni ,f sip^
.nanxa no^pn
r : l t I "
fc^s mas nna ruorina)
The Jews of Cochin
l> wen fdr the most part
Pra ,r"r'i Vi men. and one was
1 Polish Jew who landed there
search for the Ten Tribes.
Ihin Jewry emigrated to Is-
lt on account of persecutions.
K 'ho dozens of various sects
Pia the liny j,.Wish communi-
I'-oihin attracted no attention.
1' ,h(m "ire merchants ana
["* ,""nu' of them even mem-
J01 Ihe free professions. Their
p'l'in to Israel was prompted
ln tatensi desire for Zion.
paries from Israel reached
ln recenl years and helped
. '" make contacts with the
f" world Today, it is posjl-
' "' "1 'ho settlements and
[ Israel many immigrants
U" ('r dark brown skin, going
. tiiena with equal rights
f Mat,- oi Israel. Not one of
nas gone back and "gone
Great Esteem of Jstke
In Our Biblical Tradition
By RABBI LEO HEIM
Tempi* Tifereth Israel
Some commentators are of the
Opinion that the episode related in
he beginning of this week's pen-
tateuchal portion, the arrival of
.lethro in the camp of Israel, and
the counsel given by him to Moses,
oecurrt j at a later period It should
there: havi been incorporated
in th. B ok o! Numl ers The qni -
ion nature j arises Whj is ii In-
i Ii in !h< Book ol Exodus? The
;;:..i ii u* Ibi Ezra "tu r the fol-
lowing an* er The Sidra read
. '.;. i included \\.iii an ac-
i of 1 .. m attack >; i
lek up< n Israelan attack which
svoki i i unction, "Remember
at \mal< k did unto ihee bj the
.'... you ...ne out oi Egypt .
! h ii -halt not forget."
That was a galling experience
-one that rankled in the bosom of
:he Ji\c. The bitter experience was
apt to poison the mind oi the Jew-
ish people, to prejudice them
again>t the non-Jewish world, so that it might see in every member ol
a race and creed alien trom >ts own a potential enemy.
To counteract this bad elfect. the Bible proceeds at once to draw
the winsome picture ol Jethrn. a man of wide sympathies, one who. in
the words of the Rabbi', was She first to break forth into a song of praise
to God for Israel's redemption, saying: "Blessed be the Lord, who hath
delivered you out of the hands Pharaoh.'' ln other words Jethro is placed in juxtaposition to Amalek.
as much to say. "Not all ron Jews have been east in the same mold, so
that one is a replica of the other-* Do not generalize."
This admirable explanation iv in perfect consonance with the spirit
of Judaism, which exhtrts us. "Thou shalt not abhor an Edomite .
Thou shalt not abhor an Egyptian." It bids us remember Amalek. to
be on guard against him and people of his ilk: but it also bid, us
remember Jethro. the broad-minded man. who represents a type.
Exemplifying a Jethro-type character iamong many) is a man whose
deep admiration for Jewish values resulted in the gigantic labor in a 30
year-study, the outcome of which produced two monumental volumes of
a work entitled Judaism m the First Centuries of 'he Christian Era.
the Ate of the Tannaim," by George Foot Moore, professor ot history
of religion at Harvard University One cannot help admire his noble
detachment ol mind and br\?rith of view.
Such is the esteem daism that be wns called '.lethro'' because, say the Rabbis, he added a
chapter to the Bible. .More than thishe lends his name to the portion
Of the Bible lh:-t embodies the Decalogue, the Ten Commandments,
which constitute the roots irom which the "tree oi lilc" of Judaism has
grown
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl* ve
OrthodoK. Rabbi Isaac ever,
l-ii.lay 5:45 p.m. Pflturda) 8:30 n.m
Sermon: "Wan *li. World Infl i
i>\ ii. Ten Coinmandmtnls?" iu
MltsvHh: Rleharil, mm < Mm She m
Wart" hauer : ''"' Juel, Kadi < i

BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd a-e Con
fcervative. Rabbi Norman N. Sfap"t
Canter Wiliiom W. Lipson.
: 'i lila l". ,n. S"i Sio .!... ~' m<
III. M' l(| I "< I... .1
Kclwln -oi ol \\ nn P
-
EETH EL. ICO bv ,m ave. Of.
Rabbi Solomon Schilf.
I .-
'Hiiv Mi Sal'.:i i
M.i.l.

rjETH FVPTH. 12250 NW :nd av(
Conservative.
i i.l Si m..n I. H tl-Hl
\\ n ill !-n
RABBI LtO HUM
. admirable exportation
GEMS OF WISDOM
'.'. ., u t unn i '..ii langug
. ..>..i,::i .1 \\ nil
si ill %1'RBACfl
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BO I KIM
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...i i In dancing be-
blessed be He
, |eie is iger before Him
,1 t cfter in :'it Ti"ali is u
,. III HZ
BETH ISRAEL. -OCX) Prai.ie ve. Of-
thodoa. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.

BETH JACOB 301-311 Washintjton
ave. Orthodox. Ratbi Tioor Stern
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
'. ". ; r-l S.iT lirilH) v '" -II''
>. rmi.n: \v- Musi Li rn la l.lv. i -.
* h<- i 'cimiiiHniliii' m *."

'ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ?vf
Orthodon. Juliul Sape'o. president.
Vi.l \ i r.. Sal 9

IETH TFiLAH. t36 E'Ciirt ave. Or.
mod'* Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovky
I 3ETH TORAH. 164th &t. and NE 11th TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
ave. Conse" at.ve. Rabbi H?x Lid- ijnd five. Conservative. Rabb. .Henry
schitz. Cantor Een-Zion Knschen B. Wernick.
barm. 1 ri.ta> s;jn u.m. Saturda) 9 10 a.m.
Friila> ::: and i m '- M /.- s,......Ii: ui.\ Praj ?"
v.iii .' ii th. :. ni:hii Ur
\ nib. n Saturda) 10:15 .. m
:.. r Ai.i .;..i.. -......i Mr. and
ii b ijfi dun
Mra. K\ Hoal: I'-- i!< i i'i-
ii.-'
.. 11itn-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ten ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1S44
'Washington^. Orthodox. R.bW temple israel. i3i-ne iis,.
Abr.ham Strass:d. R br iham St
'.-'r' > :". |i,
>. in- :i ; |l l:i
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
I -. mon ll:i- the
i in I .. in-.- ul the Vmertcan Rabbinate
.!.
:OP*L WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st Miami. RabB- Sam
uel April. Cantoi Gershon Levin.
" -'. ;: ,|i,.l s ;;.. ;. -i Si
s.,ii r- "'-. I- Set man II..w Our
TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet.
i sim
v
I he s ne
ill ..mi M m-ha in Rn Mill
I win: w. :. win Ui m Mr*
Hen I- Hnfc
-
DADE HE GHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
hll r......- ; ''". Shab-
..: hi SIh-.i rh.....I.
-
TEMLE "ENfRAH, 620 75th t.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
-witz Cantor Edward Klein.
rvatlv*. Rabbi Harold Ricnter. Krl l.l.v *
(. in
i:i..ii
I -..
Sung
|".in1or Emanuel Mandel.
I Ida
\,;;-l-......- .- I"' ,.
I'll .tin
i,l i,. Heari -. turili h m. Ser-
i'Ii- rti i i>l thi 1..1W." Rar
i .. \i. and Mrs
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Vhat is the significance of the
candelabrum which is always
foind in forefront of every
synagogue?
The synagogue is ;> replica of the
tabernacle of :he- wilderness and
iln temple ol Jerusalem, it is there
fart not surprising to find objects
in the synagogue that represents
the items found in the original
tabernacle or temple In the taber-
nacle, the Bible describes the exist
ii'CC of a seven-branched candela-
brum (Exodus 30:31 and Exodus
37:17).
Prom a description in Zachanah
(4:1) it would seem that the cande-
labrum had symbolic meaning. It
is said to represent the seven
planets, the central liyht repre-
senting the BUD. Some claim that
the seven branches ol the Menorah
symbolize the seven cays of cre-
ation and that the center branch
signifies the Sabbaththe holiest
day of the week which gives light
and inspiration to all the rest
The seven branches ol the cande-
labra have often been correlated
with the seven words of a verse in
the Psalms which reads Be gra-
cious unto us O Lord be gracious
unto us; for we are full sated with
contempt." Others correlate it
with a .seven-verse prayer ol Kabbi
Ncchunyah be n llakkanah (Anna
bc-Koach. etc. i
Thn r.. pore.! in i-o- |
: operci Lead
era ii the Greater Miami .'<...-
cal A^.-..
(ii! .' \ : IPS! ".:: z
( red natof
Contributor:
RABBI -cleiMiiv SCIIIFP
Gems of Wisdom
i.f t'v m It'll Mr
...n i.i \; and Mi :.-
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW f.-st
pi. Conservat. e Rabbi Ge aid
Lerer. Canter Gecr^e Gciabe'Q.
. -: I linll
i .: I 4... Will .!- --
Si-| i i
K"u I
-,i i.. : M.;z-. ah ..I---
: Mr m :.i i i -
TE.'.IP. E NER TAMID. 80th st. and
r 'urn > atarway, Modern T'adi-
ll i r ngene Labovitz. Can-
o Ram Oomborg
m,n Sa :-'-.ti h
l"n tata, writ-
-. ,\ III I., pre -
. -..) with ihi hi dri n i hi reluT-
niin i. .! .i" ipatlnit. Saturday
s: i.'i a.iii .. Mil.". .ill: 11"" arc!, b n
I Mrs Walter Ni I
down" to Cochin, and thej have
accepted the hardships of settling
down with love.
(Published by Brit Ivnt Oil
What is the significance of the light
which hangs over the ark and
is said to be the "Eternal
Light?" (Ner Tamid).
The center lamp of the seven-
branched Candelabrum was re-
ferred to as the "Ner Hamaaravi"
(western lamp) because it was next
to the three lamps which faced the
east, while those on the oiher side
cf it faced the west. (Rashi Shab-
bath22b'. This lamp was left burn-
ing all day and all night. Even
though it had oil enough only to
burn until morning, by a miracle its
light lasted until the following
evening (Menahoth 86b).
The other six lights were kindled
from this one which burnt eternal-
ly This was regarded as a fulfill-
ment of the Biblical command "to
cause a lamp to burn eternally in
the tent of meeting" (Exodus
27:20. 21). The synagogue thus
has a light burning before the ark
as a replica of this lamp which
maj have been symbolic of the
fact that the light of the Almighty
forever
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TEMPLE SNAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
Jor-nicn st. Con-evat.ve. Rabb- '200 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Davic Shapiro. C a .. t c r Veh..da>- Genno M. Wallach.
. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3:75 SW 25*h ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
ter. Conservative Rafcb. Melon 'or Albert G.^ntj.
Malavsky. Cantor Louil Cchen Ki la} !u p.m. Seimon: la l narlea
. in and S-I.'i S-i x I'urrii Heal!} Guilt) I ine
' ., i Shi i-i-..- 'i- s,--. rh.....i Saturdaj 9
\i taviih l:i. ( 'il ';'" Sermon I idglng the Oifflcutt
Mr, un n l..... Matt.ru and the Small Matte ra
MIAMI HEBREW*CONGREGAT ON TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cm. Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
tor Frn' Bernstein. Lee H.in. .....
I- .,. :, .., ,.. Saturda] 9 R '''1 ," ""'-.""". "-ruh-A
_ v__ Herit.iRe I nto All ejeneratlona >neg
temple adath veshurun. 102S Shabbat hoat Slaterhood. Saturday
ne 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. .n Sermon Vveekl) Portion ..f
Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra- "< Law.
Prida"yR?!3T*p"m. s.,......,: -,:,. ,s temple ZION KM SW 17th st.
VMtnbl* Tria. re, th. Torah." Sat- ^0"MPiVn^" Jacob GoWflrt.
vrela} 9 a.m. Her mon: "In Thia Spirit "" Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
rv, We Consecrate.' Km MlUvah: ';'<''> ^30 p.m. Sermon: The Ten
-,.. n y .i i .-liiiiu.niliiii n'.s Ma\> N.t l hullKeil.
_#__ I One* Shabbal boats: Mr. and Mm.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall l* ]]' hfd In honor of Mr*. An-
dr. so. Miami. Reform. Rabbi i "'" H"'" Saturday 8:10 a.m.
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles ^ : Barry, n of Mr. and
Kodner. X" "' K" '' "^ _
TEMPLE BETH*E"L OF HOLLY- VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av.. Reform fwy. Conservative. Rabb. Sheldon
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. *t'""T,tz' C,n.,or Maur,' Neu-
FYldaj *:1S p.m. Sc-rmon: "f. Re- Fri<,B1? v.'' .|,,n ,>#''"""' ''" aStm
form Judalam Need .. lUtual Guide?" G'f Saturday t a.m. Bar Mltt-
SaturdaA I0'f5 a 111 vah: J.nr.y. son ..f Mis. Anne Ber-
___s___ man.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland i _, %mAm .^^.r-T^T.. ..- .,.
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon- \ YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at.
structionist. R a r i i Morria Skop.
Canter Herman Gottlieb.
Friday 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "Getting
VI,-ui; with In-l...\vs." Saturday 10:SO
a.m. Sermon: "The Life of Jethro."
e'elebratlon of Jewish \rbor Pay.
Klddush host: Mrs. Albert Shkolnr.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita.
I. Ida} 30 p.m. I'.a M i/\ ah Mar-
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4:44 Chase
ave. L beral. Rabbi Leor Kton.sh
Cantor David" Conviser.
pi. Si
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
l'llihiy :.:::i> p.m. Saturday y a.m.
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*Jei*ffoiridia'1
Friday, January 1\ 19621
Page 14-A
With Books: Bv HILARY MINPUN
Browsing With boo pr """".......
Good Theologizing Misses Mark of Formal.....Theology
..,,.,1,1 si \ nllli's. .1. r..___. .,U ifc,.
MANS BEST HOPE. By Roland B. GiUeisohn 200
pp. New York: Random House, Inc. S3.VS.
RABBI ROLAND GITTELSOHN, ol Boston's Tern
I [,rael, writes with clarit> and good sense
on a difficult subject: modern theology, rhe dis-
satisfacticn with traditional concepts ol religion is
a hallmark, no: ol this ag< only, but ot nearl> even
. g< Each generation, history shows us. finds its he-
liefs aggii in some measure behind its needs. Our
.... Me tend to think, is especiall> perverse; sci-
entifically and technologically sophisticated, most of
us arc emotional and intellectual adolescents when
i mes to religion. Rabbi GiUeisohn formulates
i fusion between the poles of modern thought: "re-
ligion modified by the insights ol science, and sci-
ue-s at and this is
from each other. al>a
nper. Dj levotion to spiritual vjjj""-" ereatlj from each othei ala _
. I theologizing, but it is not theology in relationhhip to us. Rabbi GiUeisohn
sen-.e.and Macksthe meat and powoc aVoids thi* part; God iswitbin natur. at
a iiit'i.iii^u i. -. .........
S presents the case for. *J JT*
according to plan and then he ca
K,^lK somewhat ^**
ihe name of God: it connotes too stronglj a o- mc
Person" rathe; than an abstraction, or. as hi puts
it a "poetic sj mbol. ,
F, r in [act Rabbi GiUeisohn concept ol God
. |d run just as well under an.> other name
crux .n am belief is its concept ol God \w know
reat deal it seems to me. about our relationship
ationship is simpb thai of the workings ol
,,. plus a "spiritual reality" which ai-0
iusi Ihe universe
It is interesting to note that, while the author
Is ., place lor prayer (it restores perspi
11in, (i- that we are not alone, and can
UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
Behind Forty Years of ORT in America
THE American Jewish
nit j met
ai i xtremelyl
leeting a world-]
nei I lor ining people
. ute skills neci s-j
-..:> in a new world. hi n iech-1
and science have ereated|
: ., r n t before.
i bcu the American ORT
:. which has celebrated its fortieth anm-
, rSBry, h ... in 1921 as the American off-
.-,:; rgamzation established in Czarist
-.....: : years i ;>rli( r
I' :- well-known that the initials ORT -tand lor
fot Ri nabihtation Through Training
- I. ::.!> recognized is that the rchabilita-
n applii '. only to peopleit applies to a world.
idei leveioped countries like those in
..:., nol ti states in an era ot large-scale de-
but evi s with old
.. evelopment liki Frai
t nol .veil enough known t ncerns '.he
ph in : i iR [ by Ameru n J<

ith : 162 budget
..: in i -. Fi >m thi Joinl D
the I'm-
i iRT .- pri armarked
this year SI.83
nst needs i the Spn ying a
Befween you and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
Student Jewishness
IEWISH STUDENTS in American uni-
' versifies are now identifying them-
[selves more and more with Jewishness,
I but this i> not the case with "thousands"
if Jewish faculty members. A report to
Ithis- effect ha- been presented to the
[National Hillel Commission of B'nai
IB'rith bv Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn. na-
tional director of the Hillel Foundations.
The report gives a highly encouraging picture of the cur-
rent response of Jewish students to Hillel's social, relig-
ious and cultural program in the universities and colleges.
However, it emphasizes that Jewish faculty members are
quite different from Jewish students in this respect, even
though both are part of the same university community.
In the opinion of Rabbi Kahn. the faculty's identifica-
tion with and knowledge of the Jewish tradition are one
generation behind the students. They are closer to the
so-called 'lost generation." and a great number of them
ha\e not yet developed the wish to identify themselves
with Jewishness. The Hillel Foundations are. therefore
planning to devote increasing attention to the involvement
in the Hillel program of the thousands of Jewish faculty
members who constitute the intellectual ferment of the
campuses in America. As to the Jewish students, the
report ut that whereas a decade ago the qu<
with them was whether to coi or not to coi
themselves .' s. this is nol the case today.
Jewish i i
not need to bi ,_nt ,
be J. The; 5itate to i themselves
'" -' :;unity, which or. the campus is
cites a number of universities where
reds, of Jewish students .attend Hillel functions. The
rr.e is true a,so v. r.n regard to attending Hillel religious
lvces. At thi : of Vermont, with 510 stu-
all but 10 cf the total Jewish enrollment came to
Vert services Nineteen hundred attended these
at Cornell. At the University of Illinois 800 ^tu-
worshiped at Hillel's Kol Nidre services, while an-
TOO traveled to Chicago on a rain chartered
bj milel in order to attend religious services in their
home synagogui s.
"'' :-n be seen also in other"univer-
' war. att nee ol Jewish
ents a: High Holy Day services was numericallj un-
tial.
I
gen
. in the suporl ol ORT -
r. espei tall} lh< Jewish i

RI tal budget is contributed b> loi
.,.. rnments of varii U V:'! '
51 oi.....m will come in 1962 thn i
. ; rican ORT. an organizatii n ith a i
.lip ol 6 OOfl American Jewish women dev
: ost exclusive Ij lo the aims ol i RT
Sinci the end ol Worl I War II. ORT has pro
voci tional edm ation and training to aboui
.:, h men and women, and youths ol both sexes
ilone. it is giving training and education to
4i oo pi rs ms in 600 training nits around
just ivhal is involved iii the training
trainingol orkers for contributions lo thi new
: o| science and technology was explained re-
ci :> bj ni ol the outstandii *meri .....
mi D tt liam Haber, profess r of ecot
. L'nivi of Mich I presidenl of 'hi
, ORT Federation sinci 60 he has
presidei: ol the Ci ntral B iard I thi \\
Ol r I
ki rs throughout the world,
ecessery l

Iraditiot Jewis
Evei
states, a recent s I. Jews i
I of the v\ ot edli
tiadi -
In 19 countries ai o tnd thi
i an IRT school it then
h countries) OR1 here thi
\. majority il the approximate!? 40.000 stu
enrolled this yi
lhar ihe old "Jewish' trades Jewish bo>uid
often adults, tooare beinj tri ined in
and electricity, drafting, plumbing, aircraft n
,.or';. machine-tools and mechanics agro-mechanics,
a' iation, automotive work and television repair and
servicing (iirls get. in addition to home economic
i iurses, training as "beauticians," laboratory, as
sistants, scientific technicians, and secretaries in
area like North Africa) where literacj per s< has
been extremely rare among the Jewish peopl< as
wi !' as among their non-Jewish neighbors.
Dr. Haber sees these new skills as part of what
he calls "the social reclassification' of the Jewish
wage earner around the world.
-i mind.-.
earning aidi. he does not discuss ritual iwnich is
,!.,, ,- 50m< of our assumptions about God's
ip ,, us) at all. and of course mysticisn
laci whatsoever. We have conn a long
.,..,-. Dostoyevfky's three necessary elements ol re-
miracle, mystery and authority; rut i bi
sohn's cool abstraction is Ico icy, I thin
lews, who are used lo the rich heat oi eir
Gnd-inioxicate-l past and the still warm smol
God concerned present.
n an some excellent sectii i thai
itcularly thosi on death
a
i me's attitude I
\ illl-' vii ........ ..... ...........
md ti death arc indivisible." he writes, and
grid i- a natural outlet lor frustrated
\|, rbid "i't i- less a tribute to the <'t ad tha
............. nnA .....:. TV. im .
Th inah
M. ..
n -,i our own vanity and guiit.
lust lo the death of a loved one bcs|
abnormal .i:^ unwhoh somi
I ,i. 11 a-, il even while I.
- a hi-hly readable book and. whi
, finds its conci pts palatal '.i as *hi
., is \ aluable, and much
Off ffte Record
By NATHAN ZIPRIt
An Alternate View
:|EAR MR. ZIPRIN:
D
.
it would be simple enough i i
v i I. Mired Segal, ol the Seven Art- Fal
:r-( Syndicate, when he write- in
.1.!' 4 article that he i- the hat
mc ol Adolph Eichmann.
Bui when Mr Segal states tl
along with the wis rab
avi the reeling th..t an atta
ti d as an attack upon the ral
s< gal's article would show, h
net essanly have the same
rhose rabb pp
; ..; ij do so for n hgi us reas
Capital punishment lor E
i too i asy Wouldn I il be I
i ail for the resl l r lift
i
aid, exprt --ni a poinl
i d again Why kill Bichmai
He .1 ave I' in their power to -how him v
nj and torture are really like? A
irs these opinions, one is appalled b>
"I.....I lust that can fill the heart.IS II
>lph Eichmann had never been.
'> Segrl, let Israel carry out the senti
the court Let F.uhinann be har.gd. Let ju>t<
served in ihi most merciful way. lor isn't it so. '
Si .. thi t of the many things the Lord expects ol us,
ol thi t primar) is "to love mercy."
Ml Si gal r-ver given the temper of merc> to
-i'i.-. ii justice'' Apparently not. He tells in hi* artic
h- experience as a daily newspaper reporter I
witne.-sng the death oi four convicted murderers in t
lectric cheir, and one execution by hanjjing on a scaiI Sinrly,
Njtfwn L. Rob*^1
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Million Dollar Gift and Thoughts of a 'Milon'
ABRAHAM GOODMAN has given ;
** million dollars to find a college t
foster the Hebrew language in America
The first of the new words coinei
by Eliezer ben Yehuda when he begat
the gathering of words tor tin iir>t II,
dictionary was "Milon." Bu
.- quite distinct from Million
" n-'- '' ti '1" with dollars Thi n .
" ; Heb? dictionarj at the time an.
ord for a dictionary. He bar, ,.,,, .,.
nary. Ben YeLuda took the Heh
:'ldin2an"n"to,ihad Milon With
or dictionary, he could go a ,
sive sixteen volume dictionary.
V.h.\ K6." Wlu n Good,ns "round to ( .. Ben
mv \ ,h P,nS lK"1'' He lived ln :,l'"-' -
trty. but that wasnt the wni-vt r.f un '
His n oth.
him in her arms, 'They throw stones at us," -i'1' tc<
him. "because we are trying to teach them to live
as Jews That's the way. it is. Today, thej lhro
!'"11 ton orro\ they may scatter flowers before w
nol like t<> be disturbed th< ir
happened to the man who inv<
think in was lynched.
sky. who is one of Ar.i<
tl inks Bi'ii Yehuda I I e

S< hi rdic pronunciation.
-; "-,v f^uru wirn stones
why do they throw -tones at u--
ancestors pronounce Hebrew- \
" Israel todav. the Sepbardim
' Sephardi Thej say if he i I been s N
i be known as Moshe Babbenu *
Alt/
e who contend however that til
1 waj was the way Hebrew was spoken in
' Sephardic manner stem- from Babylon"
rj
know enough to argue the point but it >''"
Vel ., took the sensible couT* There "1
lews already speaking Hebrew That wasj
tl be taken advantage oi H< 1""'1 jl
ough without looking for more Ben Yeiui
" I he known all the difl i ties he wou
"he would never have undeiti.k. r. the project


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th. above -nan I I lent 1 hi.. tth
il.iv of Jo I 1962
wn.i.iAv sim.- ou.i.Moi:
1 \V 11 fPK >:' HL-LMOR
II VRRY JU'KERNICK
Attorne> fot Exe
120 i.ni. ".n Roa '
Miami Bea.h. Florida
in The county juogeTcouht
in and for oaoe count*.
florida. in probate
No. 51827
IN RE: Batata ol
TII.I.li: BTaONIM,
Decease I
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All C-redJt ira an I All Peraona Hav-
ing G'alrha or Ltemand* Againal Bald
Rgtate:
>.,ii are herabj i itlfled and requir-
ed to present mj clalma and de-
manda wnlcli >ou n ai h tve agaliiai
tha : ti.:.!': BIXi.NIM de-
,..,-..., I.,- [ad i" mn I Florida
to the '' iuntj i^'--- of Dade I 'un-
ij. ,,,,i same in their
in the Cou '' '" OttM
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DEAN
HARP RU ft'E SSEL
A
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S'l iTIt' 18 HKRhli i tiia.V thai
th.- it. i :'i^ i ena ig<
b i 111- indei hi : i ill.....
I! I! \ N INTERNATIONAL '
s \\ It'. .-'-- .-1 mi,.n i,. t.. | eg
.
Ill .-...- ..: Dade Co
M .:.- II l.l A NEMERol 'F
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ikeVAmnoiJit FLOR'DA IN ND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 4823
CARTEItET SAVINiiS AND LOAN
ASS' ''! V" Il >N
I'l.i n
va
CHARLES I'- -I Si >M JR .
I'ATSl Fl 'I.-' >M. l.i- i .i
S \ HRIMALDI
I '. .-'tidailt-
NOTICE OF SUIT
II x ItLBS Hi 'l.si 'M JR and
PATSY Fl 'I---' IM, his i-
allv and it" dead, their unki i
I <|.\ laees, leg tteea, gran
tees, iss gnees, llenoi -. i red
.-.. ea .' n i -ill pa I ties clal n
b> through, under ir ai ilnal
thi 'ii "- laiming t" inve ittt>
n-lit. title or Interest In the
property des Ibed herein
R, i. nee 1 nknow
v hi rebi ti 'i tt"l that
.I'.ui captioned action has
atltuted against you In n- I
if the J idiclal 'ircull "l Fh>r-
Ida in and for I ude I "oum > to fore-
close .. tnortgagi >i Ihi I illow lug
desi rlbed r.-.il propert)
I... 21 FIRST ADDITION
TO MYRTLE 11 ROVE according t"
the Plal thereol i.....rded In Plat
Bo ik ".: .it !'!- -' ol th- l"ubllc
Record* ol Dade I "titiiv. 1'
Y".i ..r r- lUlred tn til- '.
\\er to plaintifT'a 'iiii'l lint
i-|e k ..: the afon s.ild Couri ad
-.r\-. cop th-
at tornei MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor
11 a .1 F'eder il Building, Ml iml 12
Florida, not latei than the 2nd daj
of February, 1982 or a Decree Pro
("in.--," ttill b.- enten I igainst you
Dated I ml"
ii i; LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i ir, :' Court, I lude County. Floi Ida
(seal) Bj E II LANWAY.
I ieput> i 'lei i.
MARTIN FINE
Attorne> for Plaintiff
1 lih Floor I ia.de Federal Wdg
Miami 32, Florl i
1 ".-IL"
NOTICE UNDER
FiCTtriOUa NAMe i-AW
Ni ITU IS HEREB1 tllVEN thai
1-1-.....1. desil ;;;.; I -:
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AN ,1 .Ml
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: 26,2 1-16
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVKN that
the un lei signed, leslrina to engage In
'i ii ne>s itider the fl til i 8 nan*-1 "i
VENETI \ VPTS il 2SO0 Toledo
Street, Coral Cables, Florida Intend
to reglsti i : .:i \^
l .. 'ip i
Florida
; ,BER S'F^S 8
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- IRM IN !AK IR
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the
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IN THE COUNT Y JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR O-aDE COUNTt.
'LuillOA IN PROBATE
N) 54483-C
IN RF: -;..
ofjrtrppf: smoi.kn .
>; F:R i'KI i'i". SMi LEN s
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.Of.CE TO CREDITORS
Co All i re k.i t'i I '
,ti^ : i s .-.. .
I'-.-i.ll'
You are hereby nol
,'d ." j......ti an> i itu ii
in iuas whlch you n 13 have .~.< aal
the .-.-'..it. : UF.il ti., ... .-.11 .....>
.1 k .. UEUTRI I'i. S.S >LENSK I .
1 --. I late 1 ..'. (.:
to the I' 1 udgi i. of I
I and t '.> tile same in He "-I
as pi o\ i-i-.'i iri .- Ll' 'ii r b 1
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i la, Ithii al
the tm.....[ thi : ,' ibl 1
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. ... --I ai Miami, 1 ." .
d.i> ol January. A.U
FtAKO i i.NN
a- ...1 ninist
AR< INOVITSS. Sil.V ..:: x HER
v :
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IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD1C1AL C'RCU'T OF
FLOR'DA IN ANC FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 214
DOLI V J' i KINSKY,
Ptalni
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IHI'Si'N RfRR K N ; .
Ii.f-ii lanl
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Y'.r. Ill l'S"N B KINS V,
, i h-ei" nk nown a notified to
- rs. i i ;< answer t" Di-
vorce Comp'alnt 1 1 igalnst you in
... :ORi!l -.11
'1.as. I2IS N \\ rtl Street Miami,
lerk
>f this Cour......- I 1 i*v
erwls .... '10
,.!.--
I'ATKI I
!A1 HERMAN
1 !. k of the ClrcJ
1} HEI BN KBS8LER,
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i-2fi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'DA IN NO FOR "AOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 61C 12509
FIRS PDKRAI SAVINOS \ \ I >
LOAN ASS- .1'! VTK IN I !' ST
I'' riCRSBCRG,
I'l.i
11 tRRlSON WILLIAM OR ill.vM
:,,i-l I" IRI T tlR Ml AM. In- Wil
li.-.n lan's
NOT CE OF SUIT
Ti 1 HARRISON VVILI 1AM URAHAM
<.: ITH V flR \I1AM. -
tt if.-. II nii\. ind If de id, 11.-- in-
known helra devisees, leg itei -
nr ml aealgnees, llenora,
dltora, trustees .....1 all pa r-
11.- ,\ :iu nr claiming t" have
in> i^iu. tit:.- or Intereet In the
propert) described herein
It EMU IENCE L'N KNOW N.
Y.Mi gre her.'hv notified that the
:iri"\.- captioned action hua been In-
stituted i-i-.ii-i you in th Circuit
iiiiiri of the Judicial Circuit 01" Flor-
ida in and for Dade Count) to fore-
el 1 mortgage Upon the following
described re d propert) :
I/.1 12, In Block .". "f ASCOT PARK.
according to the Plat thereof, re-
corded In Plat Book 33 at Page 99
of the Public Ret "ri- of Da le
i'"Unix. Florida.
v .11 are required t" file your an-
...-: to plaintiff's complaint with the
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
serve i 1 ipv thereol upon plaintiff's
attornej M \11TIN FINE, 14th r.....r
11 .1. Federal B illdlng Miami 32,
Florid 1 1 later than Februarj 12
1962, or 1 Oi rei Pro Confeaao will h,-
enti 1 igalnal
Dated nuai
1.1: v [-HERMAN
. .. f t he 1
., bj hf:lf:n k
-
i
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA, in r-^Oo^ =.
No. 54079 B
IN RE i:- al
r.i ril 11 '1 ..- PAI'PAS II k .1
1. ;;. i'i 11. s 1 \ 1 \/. .
De
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'u A11 C re-111 11 ,. -
niii 1 ... \ 111 Said
,:.- ata
l"ou are hei 1 i. 11 I I 1
fl t" present it... i.a a d del
w hlch ,'-i.. 1. .1 re-
late "i 1.1 KiPii if:s iai'I'.x.-' 1 n .1
rJCRI I'i; I I' U'AZi HII.OI 1
late -'I Dade County. Fl irhla, t" the
.1 ..' ;es '.-' Count
1
i*"i!i,t y 1 1 thoiisi .-;.:
, l-,l l-I H'Ulllll sl\
11 ..ir t! a.i le ol firs .
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UNA KIUKAKI
NICHOLAS I
H Mill Mli.c
BERNSTEIN .v MILL !R
Attorne) a roi I !\- < -
1 'ong: ->- luilding
.M unit 1
: 2-9
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
iN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54911-A
IN KK E1 .'
mi I IE S'' \ V'ELLA,
I'. -...-
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
I-. Ml Cred it'll.....1 A I' -' i- 11.n -
in.; i'.iiit.- or 1 '!'lands Against Bald
Bel ite;
Y'.u are hereb) notified and requir-
ed tr ;r,'-.-nt an) clalr and de-
in.iiiil.- which you ma) have agiainst
the ratal.....' MAUDE sr.WKI.l.A de-
ceased late of Pide County, Florida
to the Count) Judgea "f Dade Coun-
ty, and file the aame In dupllcal at I
1- pi i\ iie. I n .-' I01 723.nl F
Siai lies, if their offices In the 1
tv Courthnuvi in I'.ul- C int). F|
Id .. itiiin alx alen lar m ml h
the tlm of
of, or ; ii-- a will
1 1 .-,! ,11 Mi..11' Flol hi, .- 1 lih
,i i> ..( Jan 1 v.D 1962
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lanui
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All
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NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON
IN THE C RCU1T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 165
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Friday. January 28. 13621
From My
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by ISABEL GROVE
lovelj ring for the fourth fingei lefl hand oi Dorothy '/..
ent bj Andrew Harris, ol Miami B..:. lad I travel all
lo Okinawa to find her Sh< teaching at thi Sukira
ementar) School in il h American Dep ndent! School- pro-
there for the second yeai But s hi me i.:i" .
'liture bridegroom will meet his fiancee in Hawaii, where
be married and spend the r h me; i n n in June On
turn to Miami Beach, the bride-clecl's mother, Mr-. Goldic
ol Normandie Isle, will give ; recep.ion n their honor .
jhtful | arty in honor of (he ei i i m< nl ol Sandra S - anlcy Bertman given this past le kend b) cousins Harold
rma Abbott at their charming home. 511 Almeria in the
. Guests included the parents (hi young < i>.ipK-. Mr.
Irs Samuel Schwarti and the Louis Bertmans Others
b si wishes were the Jame- \ ibotts. th< i arrj Zucker-
. Mrs. David Winter, and Mrs. Raymond Lipp Both teach-
. Dad) count) Sandra and Stan! > ill saj "I do" >..i
;i at Temple Torah. with a reception fol .: Chandlers.
i ? ra Kraus ; r. Nikki Kiaua and booi li bi husband Jack Press, jr. at
,i Kiddush ceremon) last Friday night, chanted b\ 83-year'
ol lore Langner Lobby and terrace <'. the Everglades
lh lavish floral decorations, served as background lor the
Iding candles, wine and sweets for 'h-. 60 guests, includins
i- i ect's parents. Yette and Mickey Kraus Formal
..... will be Saturday at the Deauville .
\ luncheon for 40 at the Diplomat Ccuntry Clulj las) Wed-
Charming hostesses, Sarah (Mrs. Jeromel Sugerman
.r : Mr- Lewi Goodman, greeted their guests, the former in
nen sheath and mohair sweater trimmed with pink flowers,
Ihi also in linen a full skirted rid. white and blue Vis-
i Chicago bcine. introduced to the native Floridians, Alsie
Charnej and Evelyn (Mrs. lalph> Brusslin.
-
g in circles i- Mrs Elsie I! Levin Somewhat
liameter than -i\ globe-circling trips -he has made, her
I : started in home town. San Francisco, touched down at
Mlanta, Jax and Palm Beach Allowed for 10 days
- Ethel Schonfeld Gerson in Coral ('.aides and continued
vacas, to paint and study al the University oi Mexico
li i her ol pharmacj at 'he Hampton Pharmaceutical
t Massachusetts, Elsie's interest in oil and canvas didn't
I .' 'he was in her 8f>'s Lots IB aWit" in the family .
S isan Blanc's first novel, 'The Green Stone has won
aim and will be made into a movie .
.i nmunal workers in the Greater New York area.
Rhines, at the Sterling tor their seasonal sojourn .
- Belma Oritl entertaining her hick and nephew, Mr. and
Ruttenberf 6t San Antonio. Tex. .
-e for Louis K. and Lie Goldman, of Granada blvd....
Maury Goldman, here from Cleveland, 0., with his wife
. hi liter and son-in-law Eileen and Richard Pacus, with
I Beth Sharon, who have lefl the -row behind in N.Y.
nter visitors at the Abbe) hotel. Mr and Mrs Julius Haber,
I) returned in m Israel, are going back there for the
i holidays Daughter and son-in-law Hannah and Dov
!'<.'.. ho live in Tel Aviv, greeted a new arrival, Jonathan, three
aco lie joins brothers Michel, 10 and Don. whose Bar
nil be celebrated during his grandparents' visit Mr
orkii i in- third book, i< the author ol the popular
i > <>i .in American Zionist"
i t) five years ol wedded bliss lor Fanny and Alfred Reich
She's the president of BB Women District 5, he i- the insur-
" itive Married on Jan i!4. 1937 in New York, the
> havi lived here for 21 of these years, will celebrate
an Oneg Shabbal on Friday evening at Temple Judea
(hi occasion will be son and daughter-in-law Robert and
!'. ;t Louis, M'.. mo- will probably toast hi.- grandparents
i a ;h his formula.
- -
\ hite Mowers, silver and gold bells, golden tassels
pairs oi lovi birds decorated the Frunikes home when Mel and
entertained al a family dinner party lor Judith Ann Rood,
\-' :: rr) Sydnc) s Tranin An accordionist entertained
all twenty-eight of Ihem Two cake- were the
1 er ol the da) One a- tor Judy and Sydney, and the)
wedding music The other cake was for Nick and
Souvorin, who were celebrating their anniversary The
have just returned mm a trip to Orlando, where the>
' il the :ime with the Steven ( am. is. who moved there
-
hard and Naomi Fink had company Naomi's brother
fife, Lee, and Betty Zimnu-r came calling He is a
nd television personality, appearing on the Dobie GUlis
Thej did the town in red. purple and green, but what
'> enjoyed the most was this: playing with their niece and
l: w .
' lane, profe-sor of psychology ai the Universit) of
v 81 had a wonderful vacation He came to visit his
"'" Mrs. Kavmond) Rubin Ray and Del had Invited
|w< : exchange students lor dinner The) were young
''' Paris and Argentina, who are teaching school in Ver-
u guessed it. 11 was a lovelj vacation for all of
-
Ht .
M Aako Tomita, Japanese mexzo-soprano, include- the popular Yid-
elody, "Raisins ami Almonds," in her program Monday
' 1 Esther Barrett, local pianist, will accompany; and nar-
Evening sponsored b) the Surfsidi Musi( Society .
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 26, 1962
Section B
Women's American ORT is going all-out in its
support of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal.
Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller (left), overall CJA
chairman for Women's American ORT, is
shown with her CJA chapter chairmen. Lelt
Committee formulates plans for celebration scheduled for
Monday noon at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Fashion show
by Jordan Marsh will highlight newest feminine fashions for
1962. Rabbi Leon Kronish will be guest speaker, and a
musical program will feature Barnett Breeskin as violinist and
Joseph Malek as vocalist. Committee chairmen are seated
(left to right! Miss Lillian Goodman, president; Mrs. Mautice
Cahn, membership; and Mrs. Barnett Beckerman, program.
Standing (left to right) aie Mesdamc-s Ira Krivitzin, Harry
Platoif, Betty Feuier, Joseph Sugerman and Milton Siikin.
Hadassah Will Salute Members
ram chairman. Surf-idc Councilman Loul
Hoix rman,
Planning committee ol the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah
has announced a member-hip ccle-
Dration at Miami Beach Auditori-
um next Monday noon.
Mrs. Maurice Cahn will be chair-
man of the day. A tribute to all
life member- will he presented by
president, Miss Lillian Goodman.
"Thi- year. Hadassah celebrates
its Golden Jubilee, and through Ha-
Breafh of life Chapter
Breath of Life chapter ol the
Jewish National Home for Asthma-
tic Children Is having a smorgas-
bord and auction Tuesday Feb. 13.
11 a.m.. at the Miami Pioneer
Club. 250 N\V No. River dr. \
large variety oi home-made food
will be served. Weekends at ho-
tels and motels, dinners at leading
restaurai I cei ificates, hi
-, clothini ngerie, and other
lim- will be offered as prizes
to right they are Mrs. Morris Teller, Mis. Sy
Knapp, Mrs. Celia Freed, Mrs. Harriet Sleek-
ier, Mrs. Joseph Sherbill, and Mrs. Sheldor.
Sylver. Not shown are Mrs. Leon Green, Mrs.
Eric Goldman and Mrs. Henry Gilbert.
Joint Installation
Dinner Scheduled
Congregation Beth Tiiiah will
havi joint installation dinner of
officers oi the congregation and
Sisterhood at Royal Hungarian
restaurant on Sunday noon. Feb.
11.
Dinner committee, of which
Louis Merwitzer is chairman, has
i .. m ed the program for the alter-
] H. Kramer will be installed .is
president oi the congregation, and
Mr-. Rachel Katz will be installed
; president ol Sisterhood for her
14th 'irm.
JFCS Women
Planning Series
Women's committee ol Jev >
Famil) and children's Service will
present series oi three disc -
on children.
First program ol the Family Lite
c ation in- w ill concent rate
the preschool child Program
will held Wednesday, 10 a.m at
(he home of Mrs. Alvin Cassel. .Mj
Sami '.. dr.. Baj Height- Dts-
, ssion lei der will be Robert Segal.
A session on the school age child
i I be h Id Thursday. Feb. 15,
\i a m ..*. the home of Mrs. B
Ion G Idstein, 36 W. Rivo Mto dr.
Ivan C< hen will serve as expert.
M'ss Esther Lowenthal. case-
work supervisor for Jewish Family
and Child: i Service, will lead
iscussion Ol the adolescent child
the home ol Mrs, Ge
v. ai m Bay Heights dr., i n
irge ol reservations for the
sine- Mrs Marvin C.iliman. 9371
s.\V 52nd :. i
dassah's achievements, it has
demonstrated what an organiza-
tion of volunteer women can do
ir the American tradition, to help
people of another country help
then selvi s, Miss Goodman de-
clared,
Highlight of the afternoon will !x>
a fashion show featured'by Jordan
Marsh. Program chairman, Mrs
Harm .t Becker man, has announced
thai gue.-t speaker will be Rahbi
Iteon Kaonish, Ol Temple Beth
Sbolom.
A musical program will be given
by Barnett Breeskin, director of
thi Miami BeacJi Civic Orchestra,
who will perform violin work- b)
Camille Saint Scans, Johannes
Brahams, and Henri Vicuxtemps,
to be accompanied by .Martin God-
win. Joseph Malek. tenor, will
i fter a '.reap of Hebrew and E
li-h melodies Hi- accompanist will
Stern.
Fashion Show
Next Month
vl -\a:..: chapter of B'nai B'rith
en Ail! hold its fourth anual
fashion show on Feb. 13 at the
; i aw ille hoti I
"Surprise" will be the theme
the fashion show. The chaptet a
i Jo)" photo con-
test i ill d during the even*
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Menasha Skuln* as the loveable "Uncle Willie, mcxean
emphatic point to Fred Bunell in the comedy about he Bronx
oSe eaxlV 1900's. currently a. the Coconut Grove playhouse.
Cn the boards thxouah Sunday, Fer. 11, psrioimances are
nightly, except Monday, at 8:30 p.rr... w.th maUnees at 2 p.m.,
on" Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Beth David Socialites Turn Out
In Force to Enjoy Menasha SkuSnik
, =*mN;E3 LEHMAN
whim! ei Met Sh
v i dt ... I
....... at the Coco-
nut fjj house. What a trea;
it i| ti leave a theatre
. warm glow in one's heart.
Mr. Skulnik, in his traditional
curtain speech, thanked the
audience ar.d Beth David Sister
bood. became it was Beth David
Night a4, the thefcUe Co-chairme-
ol this very successful evenin-:
were Amettc (Mrs. Louis i Seitlin
and Clarice (Mrs. Sam) Badanes.
]n the lobby chjtt ng were Mr.
and Mrs. Max Siver. Mr. and Mrs
Sidney Aroncvitz and Jud?e and
Mrs. Irving Cypen. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Gordon were busy get lino
Mrs. Gordon's mother. Mrs. Ida
Harts, settled in the front ">\v
Mrs. Hartz looked as cute as a
button in an adorable vivid print
Certainly, she didn't look anywhere
near her eighty six years.
Sidney Leteourt ard his Sylvia
came hurrying in. Sylvia wearng
black with pearls. That "little
black dress" w: s much in evidence
ail evening.
and Zer.ia Weir.kle and
Man Norma Weink
..:. Mrs. Albert Dubbin le:l
their during .Permission to
a -. : friends Rabbi and
Mrs : Shaj ro were greet-
ed everj where. Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing I .. stopped to greet Ted
. B< rman. Mrs. Davis
wearitj a black suit Just meant
to show ': unusjal stickpins.
Harry "Pop" Simon. Mr. and Mrs
.Morris Rabinowitz, and Mrs. Jer.-
I.iie Seitlin enjoyed every minute oi
I the show. as. did Nat and Annette
j Pollock, and Mr. and Mrs. Max
lacobson.
Home Auxiliary
Meets Tuesday
Greater Miami Women's Auxih-
ary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
will held its monthly meeting and
de-sert coffee on Tuesday noon at
the Algiers hotel, with Mrs. Law-
rence Silverman presiding.
Mrs Morris Dubler will give the
invocation, Mrs. Louis Makovsky,
program coordinator, has planned
a musical afternoon with Joseph
Malek,' tenor, and Olga Bibor Stern
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omen meet to plan three-dry national conference
W 9 Division.. American Friends ol
ho r.g Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at tl e Am
mmitiee represen ... I South Flo
women's group (left to i Mi le h
Mrs '. p F. Thau, ^rs. Trudy Hammers;! .-
:owit:
Consul Dover to Address Session
Of Hebrew University Confab Here
He was sent I i the South Pacilic
and ruse through the ranks to the
rank oi lientenant colonel Prior
to World War II. ho served ,i- pro-
fessor ol economics at the Univer-
sity of Chicago.
Mrs c'timbel disclosed thai Zeev
Dover, Israel Consul tor Economic
Affairs in 'he Southeastern United
St.ites, will address the afternoon
session of the conclave on Feb. 1
His talk will follow a session of the
conference devoted tj reports of
the women's division activities dur-
ing 1961 by its national officers.
- pi h. Douglas, Democrat
[I keynote the
(i i > u hich the
Dh American
i nds ol Hebi n University, is
\lia I ich on Jan.
i Fi b 2, is a I ig time >l Israel and the Hebrew I'ni-
\ rsity
sirs Li his s ; nb !, ;r. nation-
n si of the w >men's group,
Douglas a i- >ne of those
who 11 consistently
ken out in behalf Jf the new
i racj in the Middle East."
Douglas early recognized the
c tin' Unit i States of Hit-
: : 'i policy of aggr ss n, and twice
thi States is Barly as 1941
ol Pres ml Roosevelt's
i ; olicj." Mrs. Gimbel said.
are i spei ill) happy that
Douglas will i ii r guest
- iki r oi the topic World Amity
Highei ication.' He
I i listed t e Marine
i at the ag is a private
ion that
t be s
\-111.1. Mr.- Julius Fligelman, of
Ci lifoi David Her z, of
the San Fen indo Valley group
Califi '.... I Mrs. L uis Glasser,
I
Robert R .. will re-
: uty, New
Vork; 5
New rk Si ati inior C
.;- G soi istetn,

At lheThursda> morning, Feb 1,
Lsession, Mrs Jack Popick and Mrs.
Lee Ratner, ol Miami Beach, will
present the re i i ol the ere
t ..is committee.
Resolutions adopted by the
plenary sessi in ol the com
v. ill be presente in c immittee ses-
, Mrs. S imuel ll. Lan: y
kli Park, man ol
imittee
Mrs Glassi r, c onl rence
tvan. di>cli i 'i> il the in> ical
the iii.ni -'- 'he in nexl
'..;-. la' 31 t-ill
Dr .:. Lehrman
nu-1 Greetings will
b extended bj the Hon Ma
Kenneth Oka >l VI imi Beach. He
v II be joined oi lais by Mayor
Shepard Broad, of Ba> Harbor Is-
lands; Mayor Daniel I). Diefen-
' ach, of No. Miami Beach; Mayor
Robert L Searle, of Coral Gables;
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Miss Sho-han:
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civi
ii rli s Chai
lanthropisl I ;
Reports will be given by Mrs.
Gimbel. Mrs Charles Goodman, f
national treasurer of New York
City, and Mrs Anne Peshkin, ex-1
ecutive director.
A luncheon will be rendered the
delegates b> Mrs. Gimbel at i p.m.
the same lay. in the Bermuda
room -if the Americana
Highlight of the late aft -moon
meetings>ill be rep.'-- from vari-
i ,> ,ir. isioi : Mrs Abr i
ham F Wed sler New York;
.:. Albert o nsj I
Home of Mrs- Jonas Brotman is Site
Of Mf. Sinai Garden Show in March
..:".. is J Br it.-
818 23i Is Island 3.
be horl Iream on
esday. F< ten Mt. Sinai
.',,!.: 5 its I iurth
" ual flow er -' there from l
p.m.
rruly ;.n "inter la >nal fantasy,"
the in I or r ns as ell a- the
' Ii or loggia, I.....-i- and car-
will bloom with elaborate
tic, contemporary and interpre-
arrangemen -
Prominent women from the
i:t Miami area participating
i i the function are Mrs. A. Lester
Stepner, president, and Mrs. Harry
\ Moscoe and Mrs Harold Hirsch-
I I. chairmen.
Serving on the committees are:
schedule, Mrs. Ben Lond; Mrs Ed-
ward Schwartz; staging, Mrs.
Harold Hirschfield; Mrs. Theodore
Epstein, Mrs. Joel Lee. Mrs. Theo-
' jre Koolish, Mrs Samuel Wiesen;
placing, Mrs. Etta Bubis; classiti-
cation, Mrs. Seymour Rubin. Mrs
Milton Cline. jr.. Mrs. Max Holtz-
berg. Mrs. Charles Caurshon, Mrs
Samuel Resnick.
Conservational arti educational
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pitalit). Mrs Krovetz. Mrs
James l r m in, Mrs Isadore
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judges clerks, Mrs Edward Roth,
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Junior division. Mrs Loa S Ross.
Mrs. Eh Meltzer; photographer.
Mr-. M. P. rravers, Mrs. Sam
Strom; publicity. Mrs Murray Ko-
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9-Je*is*fk>ridliar
Teenagers Question Jewish Values
At Seminars of PTA Council Monday
1:
"
-
The Teen-Ager Questions Jew-
E lucation" is the subject ol the
mal seminars and workshops ol
Bureau of Jewish Education.
he seminars will be held In
, sites on Monday, 8 p.m.at
h ('avid Congregation, for Mi
i and Coral Gables congrega
,. al Temple Emanu-EI, for
ami Beach congregations; and
Beth Torah. for Jewish congre
iens of North Dade.
.1 Beth David. 2625 SW 3rd ave .
Samuel Karson, psychologist.
,1 Herberl Berger, assistam di-
:or ot the Bureau ol Jewish
Zion Ladies
Slate 'Festival1
'emple Zion Sisterhood will
.. t ., "Festival ol the Arts" in
I irm id a weekend ol fun for
family.
'he event will begin Saturday
ning at the Temple, with a gal-
v showing of art and ceramics bj
al artists. Dancing will be i<>
music of Uu' Festival Four.
Annual bazaar "ill take place
.-. iday beginning at noon. The
:aar will feature a merchandise
,ii. adult and children's games,
tiayride, cake walk, and food.
All Star Show
Due in February
.More than 35 leading acts and
o entertainers are expected to
t, ;e part in the 13th annual All
S r Show of the Miami Beach Po-
re and Fireman's Benevolent
- sn. The show will be at the Mi-
i Beach Auditorium on Feb. 13.
Detective George Green, who has
ved as the show committee's
. airman for the past 11 years "ill
:..un serve in that capacity with
I re Capt. Lowell Davis, according
Thomas Nunn, president
Bikur Cholim
Has Anniversary
"ourth anniversarj ol the Bikur
olim Kosher Convalescaeni
in.- will be kicked off with a
ilding fund luncheon on Feb. 21
. the Algiers hotel. Mrs, Edward
president, announced this
ek
iuest speaker will be Rabbi Isaac
! er, spiritual leader ol Vg
I Hebrew Institute
'hairman ol the day will be Mrs
seph Keiser, exe< ul: w- \;,
ol the Home Ways
- chairman .- Mrs Helen
rnstein.
I -.. presentati in be bj
- ilga Pavoh a
I to begii at noon
IMVtt
N A CLASS
Ot A CUP
TETIEY TEA
Education, will discuss "Needs of
Teen-AgersHow Can Jewish Edu-
cation Meei These Needs?" Teen-
cge panelists will consul ol Faith
Reinhard, Kenneth Friedman and
Victor Fishman. Leonard Wolf will
net av.cliaunwu, uilb Mr^Theo-
dore Lomaskln as recorder.
At Temple Emanu-El's branch.
77th st. and Dickens ave.. Dr. Mai-
tin Rosenthal. psychiatrist, and
l ouis Schwartiman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, will be principal discus-
sants. Teen-age panelists will con-
m.i ol Leon Firtel, Myron Maas,
and Alida Krovetz Raphael Yunes
v ill chair the seminar session with
Mrs. Edith Plotkin as recorder.
Al Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No. Miami Beach blvd., Dr. David
Markenson, psychologist, and Abra-
h i Gittelson, e lucation director
it Beth Torah, "ill be speakers
reen-age panelists will be Jerry
Greenfield, Lee Sandier and Diane
Keshlansky. Mrs. Muriel Leb and
Airs Harry Carmen will be chair-
men, with Mrs. Edith Hahn as re-
corder.
Dr. Kar-on has spent years on
the problems of pie-adolescent and
adolescent children, and In expand-
ing recreation and guidance and
counseling services for them He
is a regular contributor to national
professional journals in Mental
Health, and his works have been
cited frequently in the professional
literature.
Dr. Rosenthal is director of the
College Admission
PTA Subject
"The College Admission Story"
was to be the theme of a workshop
planned by the PTA of Mia m i
Beach Senior High School in the
auditorium this Thursday. 8 p.m.
Greetings were to be extended
by Mrs. Ben Samuels, PTA pres-
ident, and Mrs. Raymond F. Fein-
er was t>> chair the program.
Irvin W. Katz, principal, was '
present introductory remarks on
"Days ol Confusion," a film on col-
lege admission, produced for tele-
vision by the Armstrong Circle
Theatre.
Panel discussion was to include
Marvin D. Greip, assistant direc-
tor ol guidance. Hade county
schools: Get a! I E Reese, director
of the Office ol Admiss'cn Counsel-
. Harold Ri by, assistant prin-
cipal of guidanc i an I Stanley
Kith, l I, al
A questioi -. i
was t.i loll' w
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Friday, January 26. 1962
I
The second buzz session will dis
cuss "What Kind of Informal Jew-
ish Education May be of Value : i
the Teen-Ager?" Dr. l. D. Bern
stein, of Temple Sinai, of No. Mi-
ami, u ill act as chairman, with
Mrs II K Rosenfeld. of Temple
Menorah, as recorder. Consultants
for the session will include Jerry
Carver, regional director of th-;
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization,
and Herbert Bloom, education di-
jrtctor at Temple Bedhjjholoni^
Third buzz session will discuss
"What Jewish Values Can the Jew-
ish Home Give to Our Teen-Agers '
\ir> Marvin Levin, of the Bureau's
Central Hebrew High School, will
chair this session with a recorder
from Temple Judea. Concultant?
for the session will be Rabbi Allen
Rutihik, regional director of the
I'nited Synagogue, and Cantor
Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel
three buzi sessions will ad-
,rhPr Ans Dieroie ior journ at noon, and the workshop
Officers o .he ^^'^^^U^lLSy. Left .ndu e with brief reports
the annual seminar and wkshop to be held oriwow recorders ol each I
to light ere Mrs. Lawrence Scheer Be h Dav.... vice Fara.
Mrs Samuel Hirsch. Tempie Beth Snolom. president and Mr-
Elliott E. Harris, vice piesiden: Temple Emanu-EI.
The Council of Parent-Teache-
\..: ol the Bureau was organized
in May, 1954 as a clearing-house
at ivities of Jewish PTA's,
a ,i resource for PTA organizing
i> acting director ol ihe Da e< >un !.. u;i| considcr "Whal Can th and planning, and a.s a commutuy
newly-cMablbhed Juvenile Courl past even, sat reak
Psychiatric Clinic, He also serves u0 three buzz sessions. The
i ih School Do for the Jewish effort to establish close relation
v.(, Mrs Marvin Lewis, -hip between the Jewish home and
'-11 Jewish school.
of Beth Sholom. will chair th.- ses- offlcers 0l thc council of Parent-
ij Child Guidance Clinic
Or Markenson was former di-
rector ol Student Counseling al
Washington University. He i* also
noted for his interest in history and sum, with Mrs Irving i .atott. ot iea(hers Assns. Include Mrs. Sam-
philosophy and linguistics. llira| uyay Jewish Center, as re- uel Hirsch, Beth Sholom, presi-
Delegates of all PTA's of Jewish eorder. Consultants for the session dent; Mrs. Milton Feller, Temple
schools will meet in workshop ses- will be Rabbi William Sajowitz. re- Emanu-EI, Mrs. Norman L. Har-
sions on Tuesday. 9:30 a.m. at gional director of the Union ot row, Temple Menorah. Mrs. Law-
Temple Israel, 135 N'E I9ih .-t American Hebrew Congregations, rence Scherr, Beth David, vice
Workshop sessions will begin end Saul Rubin, education direc- presidents; and Mrs. Leon Eisen-
uith reports of the three recorder- .r at Beth David. man. Tifereth Jacob, secretary.
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To be Honored
Di ra stem Sistei I I of I he Is-
i! Center i luncheon
i ird party in honor oi Mrs
Morton Malavsky, wife oi the Cen-
l r's spiritual lea ler, at the Social
Hall.
Mrs Chester Letter and Mrs
Philip Richman are co-chairmen ol
the affair
Dora Steii Sisti is affiliated
with National Women's Leagui ol
I'nited Synagogue oi America Pro-
m I'd- will go to the religious
s( hool.
'Operation Abolition' Slated
Temple Menorah Singletons will'
show the controversial film, "Op-
eration Abolition.'' en Sunday at
8:15 p.m. A question and answer
period will follow. A social li -m
will include refreshments.
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Eartha Kitt Due
At Coronation Ball
Featured entertainer at .National
Children's Cardiac Hospital's first
annual Coronation Ball on Saturday
will be famed songstress Eartha
Kitt.
Popular mastcrof-ceremonies
Dean Murphy will conduct the regal
crowning of the still-secret "King
and Queen of the Land of the Mend-
ing Heart." with Emory Erdelyi
and his orchestra providing the mu-
sic for dinner and dancing.
To be held in the Grand ballroom
of the Fontainebleau hotel, there
will be no solicitations or speeches
at the S30-per-person aflair for the
benefit of the charity hospital de-
voted exclusively to rheumatic and
f;>ngenital heart disease in child-
ren.
Pioneer Women
In 'Anniversary1
"Wedding anniversary" will be
held in honor of Mr. a n d >. -.
Philip Kunin on Saturday. 8 p n .
at the Cultural Center, 82 Wash) .
ton ave. Sponsoring organizal
is Pioneer Women. Club 1. acc<
ing to Mrs. Joseph Krantz. pi
dent.
Entertainment will be by the Is-
raeli dancers, and relreshmi -
will he served.
National Children's Cardiac Hospital chapter presidents Mrs.
Philip Bendell. Miami, and Mrs. Nat Friedman. Miami Beach,
compare notes on their duties as ladies-in-waiting to the Queen
who will be crowned Saturday evenina at fie hospital's first
rnnual Coronation Ball. Other attendants will he chapter
presidents Mesdames Benjamin Smith. South Dade; Sol Gold-
berg. North Dade; Roger Grant. Flamingo; J. Jay Simons.
Eroward; and Ralph Levine, Apollo chapter. New York.
Proceeds for Youth
I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah
i will hold a card party next Wednes-
day. 8 p.m.. at the Lincoln Arms
j Roof. 1800 James ave. Proceeds
i are for Youth Aliyah.
Temple Judea Celebration
To celebrate the 13th year of
Temple Judea. the congregation
will held a dinner dance and show
'< at the Carillon hotel on Sunday.
YUBAN
SALUTES
The Simcha of Modern Israel
FROM EILAT, on the Red Sea, the ships of Solomon sailed with
copper from his nearby mines and returned from mystical Ophir laden
with gold and gems and exotic goods. Today, Eilat is a thriving, grow-
ing seaport, destined to exceed its greatness of Biblical times when
it was known as Ezion-geber.
MRS. JOSEPH LANDAU
Mizrachi Units
Plan Conference
A "petite conference" of local
chapters of Mizrachi Women's Or-,
ganization wil be held on Tuesday-
noon at the Coronet hotel.
Mrs. Joseph Landau, honorary
national vice president, will arrive
from New York for the conference,
which follows up the December re-
gional gathering, according to Mrs.
Alfred Stone. Florida coordinator.
Mrs. Landau has represented the
organization at the World Zionist
Congress and was in close contact
with thousands of children who are
benefiting from the institutions
in Israel conducted and maintained
by Mizrachi Women.
Participating in the "petite con-
ference" will be Halikvah, Dov,
Miami Beach. Kinneret and Avi\a
chapters.
Conference committee is com-
posed of Mesdames Israel Teitch.
Morris Bienenfeld. Harry
Schwartz, L. Lustig, S. Silverstein.
L. Tokayer, Max Newberger, A.
Lcvinson, H. Zelkowitz, I. Berlin
and S. Ilarman.
Pioneer Women, Club 2, held
annual Tu B'Shevat party Sat
day evening at the home ol .V
Miriam Wolfman. 1565 Drexel a.
Mrs Abraham Shedroff is Cl
president.

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EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF
BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE
Mrs. Fine Gets
Citation Here
At a meeting last week of the
Florida chapter of the Women's
Branch of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations. Mrs. Frank
Fine was awarded a certificate as
Outstanding Woman of the Flori-
da Chapter" in recognition of her
"untiring efforts in furthering the
cause of traditional Judaism."
The meeting was held at Young
Israel Synagogue, Mrs. Leo Jung,
national board member, spoke on
ihe many activities conducted by
tin Women's Branch of UOJCA.
Mr*, Harry Personik, president
of the Florida chapter, presented
orchids to rabbis' wives and Sis
t< rhood presidents, in whose honor
Ihe evenl was held.
Musical entertainment was pro-
vided by Andori Kellert, accordion-
is!
Ner Tamid
Ladies to Meet
Sisterhood "i Temple Ner Tamid
"ill hold its monthly meeting on
Wednesday, 7:45 p.m at Sklar
Auditorium.
Mrs. Murray A Shaw, president,
.-aid that a revised edition of the
bj laws will be read. Plans will
I also be discussed for an all-day
white elephant sale on Feb. 15 un- '
der the chairmanship oi Miss Rita
Goldman.
Also to be finalized arc plans for
a Feb 8 luncheon under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Jack (Jerson.
Program lor Wednesday evening
will feature Meyer Samberg. edu-
cation director of T < m p i e Ner
Tamid. who is scheduled to dis-
i L'ss "Jew i>h Humor."
This is indeed the world's richest tast-
ing coffee because Yuban adds to its
blend, aged coffee beans...aged like
the best flavored wine and cheese.
Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cup,
every sip a joy in itself!
YU BAN -The Simcha Coffee
KOSHER- PARVE
The Piemiiwi
CcftM ol
Gtneal Foods
Nurses Unit
Is Cedars Guest
Operating Room Supervisory
Nurse- oi Southern Florida wire
guests of Cedars ol Lebanon Hos-;
pital at a COffe and social on Friday
, afternoon,
A lecture and discussion followed
a film showing on operating pro-
ee. ures.
Mr- Wilhelmina Bchkoff, cedars
operating room supervisor, presid-
ed as hostess of the day. and guests
were greeted by Sanford K. Bron-
stein, hospital administrator.
its
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Deep
rich
mellow
tasty...
MCHLESS!
no other cheese
in the world
hits the spot like
GENUINE
IMPORTED
SWITZERLAND
SWISS
CHEESE
Buy it sliced or in a big
tasty chunk today for
sandwiches, omelets,
salads, canapes .. for
breakfast, lunch, sup-
per and icebox raiding.
It's the one cheese
everybody loves for
true ta'am of Switzer-
land!
Ta'am
of
Switzerland!
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Friday, January 26. 1SE2
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Greflf Books Course
Thursday evening Feb. 1. a
Great I : :' Ttl
fours. ,he Miallu
blvd program
The six west j jirilflrn are sptn.
iored bj ami Library and
.he Greal Bookt Foundation, the
oation's larget.1 adult education
rx".'T ^!ss
SN^-TlONAL
MIDNIGHT
SHOW
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Over 200 relatives and close friends from New ents (left to right) are Mr. and Mrs. -
York Baltimore, Eostor., Columbus. Philadel- Rabinowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Sol GoWe.r
i a Detroit and Toronto will honor Mr. end and Mrs. Sol Zallea, and Mr. end Mrs -
Mrs. Tccob Rabinowitz at a 50th wedding an- Rabinowitz, who have been ies:cer..s c. threat-
niversary dinner at the Eden Roc hotel this er Miami since 1944.
Sundcy evening. Standing around '.heir par-
Kabinowitzes Will Mark 50 Years Of Marriage
ISRAELI
REVUE
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EXODUS
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fin rids from all parts of the coun-
trj and Canada will honor Mr. and
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Mrs Jacob Rabinowitz at a 50th
weddir.g anniversary dinner this
Sunday evening at the Eden Roc
hotel.
Mr. i:;.i"::".owiiz is head of the
family which founded and operates
the nationally-known Miami Dia-
mond Center. The family have
-ttr. resident! of Greater Miami
sine* 1944, when they arrived from
Philadelphia. The family core.
II surround the 50;ii anni-
versary ccuple :it the dinner, is
of four children and
hei spouses. 12
randchild.
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urging our relatives and friends
to contribute to the tiome In-
stead." they said.
Variety Show
At Beth Torah
Program \:it president, Mrs,
Roz Air. i | repared a \ am
ty show, "Hooray For Love." with
.. cast incl 25 Sisterhood mem-
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Golden Agers Plan Installation
The 13-Ii annual ins latloo of "nitior. agency located a'. 1538 Bay
'he officers and boan! Itr : '
of the Gold* -i Age i (ship Club
f the Miami Beach YMHA will
be held on Sunday al -
The Miami Beach "Y," a branch
Gabriel Heatter veil known
n< -pap r ana ysl i and
o com mi lent
keynote address
di-
. 'c Greater Miami Jewish r -c'or of I <.
munity Center, is a Jewish Fed- i- ns I ng
C de:i3 f-r the talk on "X-Ray De-
Cur:: 0 e 3reast Cancer" to be given
:'-: Gi:->.:.".-Cchan at Mt. Sinai Hos-
Tu^sd-y, are representatives ci the
i Cz:::-:: lorgue of Miami Beach.
.. ., -.. ,,, Tvjrs ^i^o Schor.feld,
Mrs. '.'..'.:o:\ Linn and Mrs. Mickey
Krauss. Standing are trustees of Mt. Sinai
Hospital, David Phillips crd Leon Jacobs; Dr.
G-jrsh.->n-Cohen, chi:-f radiology' cf t'.ie Albert
E.nste'n Medical Ceiitar; Samuel Gertner,
executive director of Mt. Sinai; and Dr. Jack
V. idrich, chief rad olagis;.
GOING TO NEW YORK?
THE SHOW YOU MUST SEE IS
u anrnum. mtir purr
Chf-". Ne*i
Women s Cancer League Will feature
Noted Detection Authority on Tuesday
FREDRIC MARCH
DOUGLAS CAMPBELL,.
"GIDEON"
A New Ceeiedy by
PAOOY CHAYEFSKY
Olrtetatl by
TYRONE GUTHRIE
ORDER NOW FOR BEST SEATS!
PLYMOUTH Thea "Vo-as
CIMMA
* ini't)ilu-i Art. at
NOW
LfcCN SCrtACHTER'S
YIDDiSH-AMERICAN
Vaudeville Show
JACKIE HENKIN
I :c 's.S-4 ; : :i Comic
EIDIE MICHAELS
Polish- 'olio" faaUriel Singar
:0LO1H5 DEAN
'zpulor S>-ji-->u
Vrjrice Schwartl in
TEVi AND H > Jl'JGHTER"
Women's Cancer League, in con-
junction r'i the Dam i Run) n
: nd >\ ill pn enl .... ii sen ice
ram n Wolfson Au lit >num al
Ml Sinai H spital on T tesday u ith
Dr. Jack Gersh m-CcI
-.. aker Dr Ger>hon-Cohen's
topic will be "X-Ray Detectioi
it ( ancer "
The mee ing will be n I at I
a in preceeded bj cofi nd ai
111 ding i Mrs A b e Sen infel I,
president of the Women's Cancer
League, and Mrs Robert Z
Greene, president of the Auxiliary
for the Damon Runyon Fund, the
public is invited to attend.
Dr Gershon-Conhen is director
of the department of radiology at
he Albert Einstein Medical Cen-
ter in Philadelphia, a post he has
held tor the past 12 year.-, and is
an assistant professor of radiology
.I the graduate school of medicine.
University ot Pennsylvania He is
the author of more than 200 papers
on this subject and recently co-
authored a textbook with Dr Helen
Inglesby on "Pathology and Radi-
, oloay of the Breast "
Mt Sinai Hospital is tiie recipient
oi a Cobalt Bomb Unit, and the up-
keep of two beds at the hospital
for the treatment of cancer pa-
tients, holh presented to Mt. Sinai
by the women's organisation.
Currently, the League is antiei-
pating the purchase of additional
X RAY VAC! NE
Wot
\i.ann wi ek an-
. jeel -
pui X-Ray
ia< h'ti I arly
', tectioi o( i !-' cancer.
, .. '. x a r ; ll
i r Fund,
- res lenl i
Mrs Roberi Sr -no. of
,iv.. ii >ai supports the
..ual -<\r:,\' ;-' i r :n a 1 an-
nouncement will !>; made at
the Leagu third annual
fund-raising I a n c !i eon en
Wednesday. Feb. 14, at the
Fontainebleati h Met.
equipment 'o be presented to Mt.
Sinai Hospital for use in cancer re-
search, ani will hold its annual
luncheon tor this purpose on Feb.
14 at the Fontainebleau hotel
Dr. Lehman in Review
Temple Emanu-F.l Sisterhood and
1'TA's "Book ot the Brunch Club"
will present Dr. Irving Lehrman.
who will review 'Mila 18." by
l.eon Uris, on Wednesday. 10 a.m..
at the Temple's North Branch aud-
torium.
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We
the
Women
an
v,:manof the week
In a night club. Prul P:>!'-ak heard Jerri singing. "I Want to C.ct
M Tied" he decided to marrv her himself and save the rest of the
\ -Id from having to Usten. However, the world didn't mind likening
Jerri sing. Her lovely voice and magnetic personality still rate.
Jerri was siven a ukulele lor her birthday. .Not
knowing how to play. and decided to sing. She got an audition with
Rado Station WIOD, and immediately was put
or. the Breakfast Show, where she would do
her act and then leave for high school. Despite
the fact that she was in and ou: ol high schools
thirty-six times, she graduated in Milwaukee
in three ar.d a halt years. She wanted to go to
the university there and study law.
Returning to Miami. Jerri decided it would
be unfair o go to college when her tamily was
in need- ?o she got a job singing. Paul thought
that all show girls are geld diggers, and Jerri
thju^ht that Paul was darling-even if poor.
Tuo hours before the wedding. Paul tossed
U*fc jtj a five-carat diamond through the closed door
W.ntL .%l* Ji>* jerris room. Jerri concluded that it wasn't
j[ttKI real and decided not to marry a man who want-
( her to wear fake jewels. However, alls well that ends well. The
- iaks have har" a story-book marriage. Both are interested in the
I itrical field. Paul i^ a Footlighter. and Jerri is the founder president
ci Props, to which she is dedicated She is also active in Multiple
t- roll's, the Parkinson Foundation, and PTA. of course.
The Pollaks live a verv full, well-rounded life, with many social en-
..ements. Thev do a lot of traveling, as well as going out in their
1 at, the Pow Wow. Their fojr children, the eldest of whom is thirteen,
Lmda. Billy. Johnny, and red-haired Ricky. The whole family is
athletic, but the latest game of the moment is chess, over which they
ail have 'flipped.'" Jerri and Paul play golf, they love to dance, and :
bi e won many prues on th? dance floor. As a legacy from her aunt,
Jtrri loves to cook and bake.
"! Heard You Cry Last Night" is the song that Jerri wrote. The royal-
ty are still coming in Sixteen years ago. Jerri made $650 a week as
a -nger, but she wouldn't take tep times that much now; she likes being
a -susewife.
t *
SAME EVERYWHERE
Sunday evening, at seven o'clock. Claire and Mike Gettinger will
otvibrate the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Joshua, at a reception supper at
B- t Haezrach in Ram?' Gan. The fact that it is in Israel and not in the
I ted States is about the only thing that makes it all different. There j
\, I be about 250 guests, coming from all over the country. Miami sends !
congratulations.
* *
COVERED DISH
The dishes aren't really covered at a covered dish luncheon or din-
r It's an old PTA custom that means everybody brings something,
pr< sumbably the food you arc noted for. If you are on very good terms
with the hostess or committee, you bring the rolls, or pickles, or coffee
; I cream. The Tuesday afternoon Bridge Clubthe original group
' .jht by Mrs. Sidney Lewisgot together at the home of the Dr. and
. Herman Meyers. They were supposed to go to the Dr. Reubin
i; hkinds; but "sh," their hoi'se was too cold. Sie and Ruth Mendelson.
Si i and Edna Langer, Nathan and Ethel Machtey were part ot the
up. When dessert came, i huge birthday cake appeared in front of
Jessie (Mrs. Samuel) Gertman It was then she knew the party was in
hei honor.
* *
VvhERE WAS MAE?
Arnold Perlstem's wife, Mae was missing the night that his new
! plicate Bridge Club House opened. No, she was not at home reading
th< bridge book: nor was she tak'ng a bridge lesson. She was ill in the
r spital, but is better now, and can hardly wait to inspect the new club
or Bay rd.
* *
AT WESTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB
It's a huge place, most attractive. Evelyn (Mrs Sheldon) Kay
looking lovely in gray bemo-ned the tact that the wind was playing
hi oc with her hair. Lois (Mrs. Harold) Pomerantz agreed The day
it the Press looked around, things were going on as usual.
v'n van Lipkin ph'ving tonnis with his daughter, Fredlyn. Stanley Marcus
lc< kin" not a day older than when he went to Miami Beach High School,
playing handball. Sheldon Kay. one of the proud owners, in a paisley
sport jacket explaining thai they expect the club to be a way of life
and a happy way it appeared to be. The pool is the absolute largest
hire abouts It looks a: if the Olympic Swimming Races could be held
in it. Ed Strawgute ?nd Morns and Betty Cohen leisurely eating brunch
AGAIN NO PHONE
Seems to me people just go on cruises to get awav from the phone
It would be a lot less expr-ns-ve to have the phone disconnected or wear
car muffs. What brought this on was a card from Donald and Esther
Rubin from the S.S. Ariadne out in the Caribbean saving. "Wonderful
time; no ringing phone to answer."
* *
THIS 'NTHAT
It was a buffet dinner party at Harry and Marilyn Smiths for their
ir.nds from Baltimore. Alvin and Joan Blank. Judy Rosen's Paul was
. aood as a floor show. He l< a marvelous joke-teller Dolores Wilson
One Of the towns best Twicers, was at the party with her husband'
Allan. Tom and Judy Gerard and Bernie and Ellen Mandler did their
share of keeping the party lively .
*..hRCikB a"d ?T Pom,cranc' "ave company. Hope, sister. Mrs
,h m nr h kNT Yrk- ,S Ca,ChinB up on a" ,he 8*S'P- shopp.n-
^ M*"'and bas^ ,n ,he sun' ''"fortunately her husband had to"
go to Chicago where he u freezing
+Jewist> floriJiair______
Gompers, Dvoor
Exchange Vows
Sheila Sondra Gc;
ry Leonai I 0\ oor i
marriage or Satu I
the Seville hotel, t
N. Shapiro and Ca
Lipson officiated at the 7
candlelight, double ri
which was followed '
and dinner.
Given in marriage I
the bride wore a gown
French chantilly lai
gar.za, featuring a i
and chapel train. The
long si.- ves both end sd v'.'l
t -.(I acci rdion
tiers on a back ng oi
cascaded n row afiei
The thre?-tiered '. '
imported French :V.<
by ar. inve ted ch ntil
encrusted with seed
iridesce: t p lillettes.
Judith Migden and Mi
Herman were m;iid aid '
honor. Arlene Wise and E e
Tepper were bridesmaids ft
Herman was flower girl. arc
Meyer a tended the guest
Best man to the bride1--> im as
Leonard Kolchin. Willian
pers, (ho bride's br ither, w:
ior groomsman, an I
vid Krasner Bernar I 'a <:
ard Cohler, Stuar; Sr
Price Stuart Markus N irr
Young. Abraham Wainber
Frankiin, Leonard P. Scl
Victor Zandman sen e I ;
Martin Herman and Fi .'
Herman were ricgbe irer
The new Mrs. Dvoor is th d
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ha Tj
pers. 1937 SW 16th avc .
granddaughter of Mrs. Saral
Budlo.i. formerly of Baltimore.
Md. She is an honor graduate of
Miami Senior High, where she
was a member of Future Busines-
Leaders of America. She attended
the University of Florida and grad-
uated from Florida College of Med-
ical Technology a, valedictorian of
her class. Her sorority >s Phi Sig-
ma Tau.
w
HUM O.'00
Mr.*. Sa i
._' N .; .-. re
he r location
' bi egl rci \ t'rom
-. ersity o! V i b >:nes
nistratii n Echo here hi
is a marketing nv r He was
i ding meml er I iu I)< !ta
ind served a- vice counsel of
thai fraternity, Formerly with L
erger and Co of VI.. he
is presently on I utive stafi
if the Jackson Byron chain.
After a.n extended t' Juan. Puerto Rico, and Jamaica,
the newlyweds will live on Miami
Beach
Friday. January 26. 1962
Miss Solloway
Plans for June 3
Mrs. Beatrice Solloway. 2271 SW
11th ter. announces the engage-
mi n: of her daughter. Harriet Toby,
| New York City, to Arnold Ely
jin, -on of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
Gu .-in. Astoria. N.Y.
Miss Solloway is also the daugh-
ter of Henry K. Solloway. of 1403
, otwttry Club Prado. Coral Gable...
Miss solloway was graduat-1
M.anii Senior High School,
she belonged to Tri Beta
Council. While in high school, she
ias p.-e-ider.t of Greater Miami
' ing Judaea She attended New
York University, where she was a
rber of Alpha Epsilon Phi. And
so graduate of the University
Iiami
; bride-elect was employed by
le Coun y Park and Recre
; apartment, taught at Ever-
., Elementary, and is present-
e !.tonal assistant and private
retar> tor (he Radio Free Eu-
i in New York.
',::' duv-iii received his B5 and
.: i t.oni Tulane Univer-i-
\ here he a-. a member of Al
i Epsilon Pi. He was city direc-
: the Zionist Youth Commix-
hile in New Orleans. At pns-
I he is the Oliver Cromwell dor-
Arnold B.ological Fellow al
3rown University, working towards
, PhD degree in biology.
Mr. Gussin has taught at Brown
and at Bryant College. He is an
associate member of Sigma Xi, a
lenl number of the American
>i pietj 'ii Zoologists,
The couple are planning to be
ueil June 3 in New York.
Fleishmans Will
Live h Miami
\ in .. ce i er-length g iwn
> f Lee Postelnek
.: to Fred Fleish-
ma l Sal la; evening. Jan. 13.
R ibbi Norman X.
Shapiro i rmed the ceremony,
whi( h Hi > i by a reception
an.....
Ha
ter servei
and Mr-.
hen Mi -
Sinai a: '
In :-. the bride's sis
is r : ::i iid of honor,
Gubi rnu > was
Mrs, Lester Co-
Scudy, Emily
''' Fli shman, the
"rid- i sister wen brides-
maids
B >s1 man to Mr F leishman was
Lester Cohen. David Edel in, Bob
Presner. Harvej Scudj and Tid
Nahova ervi I as usb ;-.
' of Mr. and Mrs. Ir\ing
15 SW *2nd ter. the
br,( : ami S nioi High.
11 : a lental technician
! m rechnical High
J! :" :'' :-' ol the Kej Club.
His pan :: are Mr and Mrs. Louis
Fleishman, 2270 SW 28th si
After a honeymoon on Miami
Workshop Sets
Tot Standards
Workshop on educational games
(i i children age 3 to 5 was held at
a recent meeting here at Citnu
Grove Elementary School
Sponsoring organization was the
South Florida Assn. on Children
Under Six. Mrs Ethel Grossman,
supervisor of the early child de
velopment program of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Community Cen-
ter, is president of the association.
Participants included Mrs. Gross-
man; Mrs. Beverly Yelen,-teacher
of the Southwest YMHA Branch;
Mrs Miriam Harris, head teachei
at the branch; Mrs. Gertrude
Weiss, teacher, and Mrs. Helen
Weinstock. head teacher. Miami
Beach YMHA Branch; and Mrs
Irene Pieper. teacher. Southwest
Biaixh.
&%;,:!.* -' >y
B 'ach, the vouni! couple will live
al 24 AM YOU LONELY?
Ar* vou a re(in*4, responsible
but lonely umttoched perswi who
would appreciate new friendships
with those of strict moral ethics.
some ojt bracket and social status
os yo-j or*? This it NOT a racket
for "lonely hearts" bat conceived
out of personal observation tho*
there is a crying need for dignified
and highly moral association of
senior ptrsans se*hina new friends
of the opposite sex, bat loathe to
exoose themselves to "singles
debs."
I propose to bring together groups
of interested parties, who measure
uo to these standards, in the pri-
vacy and dignity of my awn home,
there to meet in an atmosphere of
charm and refinement. I shall be
pleased to act as your hostess, ff
vou are interested please write
M'SS HOPE. Box 2973, Miami I.
We ni (
MRS. FRED fUlSHMAN
Air France Plans
Tour to Israel
By Special Report
Air France will conduit a 29-
day Independence Day tour of Is-
rael from Sunday. Apr. 29. t0 Sun
di.v. May 27. it was reported this
week
The tour will leave New York's
Idlewild Airport, and will he SI ",7i
per person for double occupancy
Air France Boeing 707 jel equip.
ment will be used. Stop, will be
made en route at Paris and At her,,
Arrival in Israel will be v ij
INDIAN RIVER
NAVEL
ORANGES AND
SEEDLESS
GRAPEFRUIT
OtANOE
JUICE
PHONE IN
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Friday, January 26, 1962
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arming
i,
yours,
h
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Wti"i"i4ftcc.".c Country Club
held i sre ccckta.l par-
. ous ;!:.rlay after-
i the ib house on Tami-
: ru:l jusi off the Palmetto
i -. H indieda of guests ad-
i the | 101 and club, and en-
c i i. .. ot entertain-
offered.
For the party. Mrs. Joseph
H ,' i ( ho*e a t' '-piece black
r is rh jacket ended
ab< vc i"'' aistline with a
i i hite in a cummerbund
i md the white was repeat-
a! the neckline. A beige col-
Qu i .- lace >heaih was
ii( i. Robert liur-
uz !'. ch a> high-necked,
ess, ami \k .th a bio i son
a two-piece cocktail ensemble
el vluva red a gild brocade
v..( worn by Mrs. Alan Benja-
Her sleeveless sheath was
lopped with i hip-length, double-
breasted jacket Her white em-
broidered kii gloves and beaded
I.,,, were accessories she brought
irom.Pans. Mrs. Bur* Top-
par s white faille cocktail suit
featured bracel -t length sleeves
with a short, yet full parasol
flounce, contrasting becomingly
with the tailored cutaway lines
r jacket.
Mrs. Hearv Siv.er wore a two-
piecc ensemble of an imported
sheer woo' lace in ivory and gold
llame. The sheath was topped
a full-Le irfth matching coat
Inn ned With a shawl collar of
ranch mink. Olive green was the
choice of Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Her
silk alpaca combined the high
I iteau neckline in front, ami a
I 'a scooped decollete line in
Ijack. A b:b of turquoise and gold
blended with the iridescent tones
ii her fabr.e.

lulRS. Dory Auerbach chose a
champagne-colored silk lace
1 Shi ith. Matching colored
banded it at the neckline
sleeves, and also created a
effecl with a double banding
'' the a : Royal blue silk
' ing .a. the choice of Mrs.
^ -I Lev. Her sheath followed
i lassie lines with a high
tirei in the buck. "The always in
4,ood taste" classic black sheath
wa- the choice of Mrs. .Max
Jacob
Mrs. Harold Pomerantz wore a
two-piece cock'ad ensemble in
black silk linen. Her sheath fea-
tured a cl.aped bateau neckline,
and a short pepium at the waist.
A self-fabric flat bow was draped
across the front of the pepium.
and her jacket followed She tux-
edo lines. For the cocktail par-
ts, Mrs. Philip Schilf wore an
emerald green satin damask. A
floral chiffon print was the choice
of Mrs. Marshall Feuer, whose
dress was over a matching print
Of satin.
A biege tuo-p'ece linen ensem-
ble was selected by Mrs. Daniel
Cravitt. A full-length tailored
coat covering her matching
sheath. Mr<. Sam Sapiro, chair-
man ot the women's Division of
Cedars of Lebanon, wore a biege
metallic embroidered wool
sheath Her necklace was ot Rus-
sian garnets.
Mrs. Ron Levitt chose a pol-
ished cotton print of green and
calusa coral. The asymetrical
design was on a ground cl white.
Another in white was Mrs. Sam
Bornstein Her cotton lace fea-
tured ail-over multi-colored floral
embroidery. Royal blue satin
belt and shoes provided the color
accent.
*
BLACK a ad white was the color
choice ef Mrs. Edward Straw-
gate. Her bodice featured an off-
thv-shouldor neckline, and the full
skirt was white with black Hock-
ing. Topping her dress was a
shiny black straw cocktail hat.
Mis. Milton Korotki.i wore a
royal blue -silk linen ensemble.
Her dress was a sheath with a !
matching reversible jacket lined j
in a silk blue and green paisley
print.
Among pie hundreds attending the premiere cocktail party at
the new ',. Ibrooke Country Club last wee.tend were the
Sid Efrcnsons ol South and the Edward M. Straw-
gates, Weatches : .. lufc : 35CC on the Trail, will
have its first member's dim 3or.ee on Fefc
W.i r..r 'Ktthli
ROCMUt STIKH
Rabbi's Daughter
Sets Spring Rites
lite tir'emertt ot Itcchelle Lila
Stern i S'ephen Leon Kavelson.
-'- of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H.
Kavel.-on, of Brooklyn. N.Y.. has
be i announced by the future
bride's parents. Rabbi and Mrs.
ii Stern, 1061 Michigan ave.
Rabbi Stern is the spiritual lead-
er ol B-eta Jacob Congregation.
A graduate with honors from
Miami Beach Hish. th.-> briHp-eleet
attended Stern College for Women
and is pre.-ently at the University
of Mia i .
K< r fiance, now attending Brook-
lyn College, received his early edu
cation at the Yeshiva of Hebron in
Jerusalem, and was a graduate at
Mesivta Chaim Berlin Rabbinical
Seminary,
An early spring wedding is plai.-
ned.
Stern to Speak
At Youth Service
<; -orge Stei
of the Southern Z nisi Youth Com-
mi--ion of N'ati inal Young Judaea,
will be guesl sp< ak< at student
congre al on services Saturday, 10
a.m.. at Bc'h Tor ii Congregation.
Stern, who will he introduced by
Diane Gurman. pi -ident of
the" congregation, graduated from
Vanderbill University with a de-
gree in soci >logJ and spent two
year- studying in Israel He will
direct Camp Judaea m Henderson-
..!!< N.C
More thin 100 bovs and cirls
are members of Young Judea
groups a! Beth To rah ar,d leaders
include Sandra Levy. Jean Cohen,
Cynthia Sdorr. Linda Edelman,
Sharon Sigmond, Sonny Levitt.
Norman Levi't. Harriet Levine,
Marsha Ball and Ru* Ashley
On Sunday. Be.n Torah Young
Judaeans will be host to a county-
wide conclave of more than 27
Young Judaea groups, from 2:30
to 4:30 p.m. Storr- will speak, and
a quiz program or the recent fes-
tival cf Jewish Arbor Day. Tu
B'Shevat. will highlight the meet-
ing. Israeli s'naing and dancing
will also be included in the pro-
gram.
Stern was guest of honor at a
reception held at the home of Mrs.
Gerald Soltz. chairman of the
South Florida Zionist Youth Com-
mission, last Wednesday evening.
Flagler-Granada luncheon
Flagler-Granada Sisterhood is
sponsoring a luncheon Tuesday
noon at the Tastee Inn. 7500 SW
8th st. Games will start at 10 a.m.
Gelman, Gold
Plan to be Wed
Mr and Mrs. Saul Gelman, 865
80th st.. announce the engagement
. of their daughter. Paula Evelyn.
' and three quarter -length to Larry M. Gold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadore Al Gold. 2311 SW 22nd
ter.
Now in her first year at Dade
County Junior college, the future
bride is a graduate of Miami Beach
High. She belongs to Gamma Sig-
ma Sigma, service sorority
Her fiance is an alumnus of Mi-
ami High, and is presently a sopho-
more at Dade County Junior col-
lege.
No date has been se: for the wed-
ding
three-piece ensemble com-
gold llame burnt orange
'me nto the brocade was
'' rn by Mrs. Norman Rothstem.
bodice featured a modified
1 W Mine, and her hip-
"i jacket wa. slightly sculpt-
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Apvers Tell
Lois' Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Morns Apner, 2227
SW 2nd ter., announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lois Ann.
Groom-to-be is Michael Elliot
Rosenthal He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs Al Rosenthal, 2994 SW
24th ter.
The couple are planning on an
end-of-June wedding
: BIRTHDAZE :
Philip Miller was born to Dr.
and Mrs. Bruce S. Steir. 9201 SW
I 16th st., on Jan. 13. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
I Samuel Miller, ol 9024 Harding
ave Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Ph tip Steir, 1568 Pennsylvania
ave.
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Judge Friedman Presents Paper
Judge Milton A Friedman, vice
chairman of the State of Florida.
Anti-Defamation League, returned
from New York this week where he
presented a paper on discrimina-
tion in private clubs.
From New York. Judge Fried-
man went to Washington, where he
presided at the executive board of
governors meeting ol District 5
L'nai B'rith. which he serves as
president.
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Friday. January 28, 1952
The Courier
/y L/i/mW t^cnwarts
Ja" Pecre* r Rum,
27 tnd r Gaorg. Burns
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th second shipmenl i lers sent to Isi Mendel F.iher
red head of the Je ih Nat '
,,-v York on F I r Phi Klutmck an
Albert Einstein ( ge ol Medii i
lea ; !" i cr F b 2" at the Biltn
Samuel Rch'.erg, president ol Israel Investors ml
dve the second annual Scoous Award of the American I
ew University of Jerusalem at a Miami Beach dinner Feb. id
chairman named by Daniel Ross is Victor Carter, newly-
[srael Bond chairman for Los Angeles Both the National
Iren's Cardiac Hospital and Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are filling
airwavs with excelli monials and appeals for funds Cedars
,s to -ape messages j ich ol the personalities brought in tor
r dinners New to the University ol Miami faculty is
Earl L. Wiertr, a di Ctor of philosophy in psyche -trial
neering from Ohio State where he was a Woodi i fellow
Unfortunate publicity given to L". of Miami over th ent-dis-
red cheatii r i mi h isiz th intensivi search >ui
aking for a new president Board of trustees will not seitii I less
ible.
N wly-appoinl udgel comi tl Jw
vish Federat! ej .01
d: : :e. Sicmdin leH : rig ; at
M. Albert, Jack Sandier, Stanley Spie W .-.---.
v:r L. Green, Rabbi Norm-n Snap k M
Coqen. Theodore Berman. Ssated left to
are 5arton B. Goldstein. Joseph A. Post. Josepii
Cohen Sc.m Cohen, assistant directoi of Fed
erction. chairman Jcck D. Gordon Mrs. Nu.tc:i
Sirkin. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. Gec.ze A. Simon.
El a. Chaim Hencg, fcrmei Isr eli intelli-
_. hief ai immander of Jerusi m 1 ir a
s ,, f.iA me< tational inaus iral dn
I, .... York on Feb 11 Si Michael Comay, !-i, \::.i
to i nite i Nations, will a Iress lead rs il
eal Which reminds it is ti Eoi very one to piti
A J. Harris and Col Kovens S I'-' 1962
Vnd if j thi t Miami has s parate fund-raising i
ar- has stantly shifting | iti in. a-k anv nati D or
eland where the >ni i h communities havi .....ted in
: is| for thi sub irl Although UJA is replacit nnual
. Bi ach natii with the New York mi I I will
I Beach on Feb. 20 at tl he me of
Mc:ris Brown, first pi Palm Beach Country' Club ... In
r to join that swank shment. which include- Joseph Kennedy
-- its members, a prospect must evidence satisfactory philanthro-
p standards Such a step would be well in order among our Greater
Mil mi country clubs Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be back in town
to help with the national Women's Division conclave of the Amer-
ic-i Friends of the Hebrew University, which Mrs. Louis Glasser and
Mrs. ChafWs Charcowsky are heading at the Americana on Jan 30 to
F( 2 ... Dr. David Klein, professor emeritus of CCNY. will chair
Fli rida Author Night a; the Miami Public Library on Feb. 1 He's
terrier head of ihe En-.'li.-h Department there.
Dr. Milton Saslaw, chairman of the Young Scientists Committee of
tr. Heart Assn. of Greater Miami, has arranged for 11th grade stu-
di s in each of the area's 17 senior hUh schools to tour Jackson Me-
nv ~ia! Hospital on Jan 25 William J. Weiss, who was selected by
H. Dante B. Fascell as his principal candidate tor admission to
A apolis, has served as assistant scoutmaster and on the North Miami
High yearbook and newspaper staffs He's now attending Florida State
University Fascell came out strongly for moral censure, a manda-
te break in diplomatic relations, and economic sanctions against
c : ro Cuba on the eve of the Organization of American State- conclave
at Punta del Este. Uruguay. Untortunately. the large South American
i n>. displaying fear of internal leftist pressures, are not going along
wi : the United States, and our Alliance for Progress plan might
t< scrapped if we pressed the issue too hard.
e
Lewis H. Weinstein, testifying in Washington at House subcommit-
ti, nearings on FEPC legislative proposals, said discrimination against
Jc seeking jobs is both widespread and often subtly disguised He
p' r led out there is no easily discernable pattern, for in cne industry
Ji s are limited to sales positions, and in another are acceptable for
ir;.:hing except sale- functions Participants in the Feb. 5 Heart
r am at Miami Beach Auditorium will include Dr Louis Lemberg,
a-- iciate professor of medicine and chief of the department of c
eltctrophysiology at the University of Miami schcol of medicine, and
Dr. Milton Lesser, cardiology instructor there Fred O. iBud1 Dick-
ins:n, chairman of Gov. Farris Bryant's Committee of 100. is -pear-
heading the college-on-credit program in Florida, aided b> Allen D.
Marshall, vice president of General Dynamics Corp and Bennett E.
Kline, associate director of L'SA Fund-. Inc Stanley H. Fuld,
associate justice of th,' N Y rk Stati Court of Appi the
j for the 1962 Jewish Welfare Board's Frank I. Weil ards .
Miami Beach i- aglow with thi nvasici
.':_ c- and travel editor- with E istern Air Lines the '-.--
Hotels "f Miami Beach r visit We
W mi l Fred Sherman in
merits that the Beai. long-range
powerful tout rity That was thi
M or Mai En'jlander. but
ward without power We ah Ken
Oka t progiai
f. tment including pul
rt ions convi
,rd Di Georqe Grahcm. Not shown are : an
.. >be C. Fine, Dr. Davidi Kirscli Mrs.
y C Myers, a vie? president c: :
ert Russell. Harold Thurman vce
ci Federation end nationc. v :e
"--------ian of the Largo City Eudgettnq Ccn*9i
ence and Leon Kaplan, budget cor-.rr. -
rman for the past two years, who Fen is
now as consultant to the present committee.
Sussman Named
To MIT Group
William Suss m i n of .V nl
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Institute o
s A. Stra
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i: ia a member Miami
I .: Kiwanis Club.
Mrs. Max Greenberq (center, a founder of the Miami Beach
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, is honored at a recent
party at Douglas Gardens. Looking on as Mrs. Greenberg
proudly holds her presentation plaque ere Mrs. Sarah Cossik.
president of the Residents Council at the Home, and Mrs.
Frances Makovsky, program coordinator for the Auxi iary.
Contest Deadline Looming here
Adath Yeshurun
Dedication Day
The dedication t ih Scro'l
and the con^ecrat'on of a rev
irsery school playground will
:.:ht the ei-- rempie
Adath Yeshurun n Sun lav men
ing Feb 4.
Rabbi Max Zucker will -a I -
325 families of the cons
a service beginning with a pro-
i nal from the home of Mr
and Mrs. Adolph Mitchell, on lS3ri
St.. donors of the new Torah -
in honor of th.
niversary.
The proc*ssierl, *hich will in-
clude the Temple's membership
and student body, a e!or juard
from the Abe Horrowifi Pest of
the Jewish War Ve'era-s, and
the Boy Scout Troop sponsored
by the post will thn move to
the Temole grounds a* 1323 NS
Miami Gardens ir., No. Miami
Beach.
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Jewish Music rWontfi
J- ish Music Month" will be
the theme of I program. "Still
Small Voice." in I ty, 10 j m .
over WCKT eh. 7 Sponsored week-
ly by the Rjbbinical Assn.. the pro-
*ram iil as guest Rabbi
n Malavsky, president i| the
-- ciation and spiritual leader ot
the Israelite C
Farband Film
Set Wednesday
'.:-- Frankl :> R iosevelt is
'arra- for i I lm which will be
iighl-g! >f the Farband, Zion-
ist Labor Organi: iti m meeting al
) Wi Inesda
T.-.e program sche luled at the
: iral Center. 842
> is open to the
rhe film, "30 Years of
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Shafkin Takes
Second Term
Louis Shafkin. president of the
& th Shore Citizens Club. \sa> in-
.1 : r a second term as preai
ndaj at the Saxony hotel.
: fficers installed were Max
D Goldhagen. firsl vice president;
Harry Kamisky, second vice presi-
5am Abolatia, third vice
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ii lam Alice Abolafia,
% secretarj. Elsie Tulm,
: mi tal secretarj. K )se Reltz,
corresponding secretary; and
j Kahn, treasurer
Miami Beach Councilman Ber-
nard Frank was installing officer.
DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS
UP NORTH WITH
FLORIDA'S FINEST
GIFT FRUIT
Do it the easy way-by mail.
Mail your orders to Rich Dali GrovW
for prompt handling.
di .din for the am
w. Contest of the Burea
Ji ish Kdueation i red b;.
th( American .1 e w ish
Fi Mda Women's Division, i- M in-
day.
Jadges are Reyna Youngerman.
Chrrles Jacobson, Leo M i n dl i n .
tin David Musk at and Louis
Sci'.vartzman.
Sjbjects fcr the contest are
'F.ace What Dees Judaism Say
-
- ;
Contes -
i ither ibv 11
First prize in ach contest ill
be a S50 VS. Be :d, second prize,
a S25 IS Bond, and third
and fifth prizes will be books
Jewish life Awards will be made
at the Bureau's winter meeting on
Thursday. Feb. 15. a: Terr, pie
Menorah.
it i service will be con-
i
itorux \m> health suox
MonKey Thru $,, 9jn..7 .. ..,,., ^fp "
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(/* e jib iptt'tfy If you wonf Orangtl nfy
r G'opifruil only)
In 'fruit protector' gift carton*
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Full bushel.........w 8.50
Vi bushel............ 6.50
12 lb. sampler.... 3.75
Compart quality and prlca*. Yen aaal
baal Rich Oala for auparb vaiua. Weaj
Includa dalivary ancapt Add 10% **
Miaaiaaippl,(2.00 to Canada.tatislaettM
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tafundad.
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Fnday. January 28. 1962
Jmist fhridtair
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Gcry Graffman
To Perform With
UM Orchestra
: j Graffnan. .'.2 year-old
nist, will appear with
rsity of Miami Symphony
1 Feb. 4 an.! .i. rep! ic-
( !" .1 1 ies Klein.
. noi Hed his entire lour
the illn s oi h moll
... ed 1 :' lati
\ ffman."
nascr Marie \
l y ol ; s will

ir
i
.-- 1 ;: ,).: form th dr.v
c ..v pin Concerto
1 ml r with F .bie.i
j I -; ing the 1 n-
- itra.
.
;l He
n ,:
. : rova at the 1
la! r i h Rud II
. I \ I : / \:
ght, he ma e Ins offi
1 1: with the Philadelphia
( under Fabien Sevit-
at ten appeared i;h Se-
11 : Itae Indianapolis Syni-
. 1 rchestra.
, .! the most widely traveled
sis on ihe concert stage today.
. has in the past five years
1 seven European tours, two
- :h American lours, and one
ralhon round-the-world tour.
: 1 laudits from London to
- Kong to Australia.
Sisterhood Will
Play Active Part
In Friday Service
.... id Sisterhood will par-
ti Friday evening si r-
Beth David synag gue at
lax .1 soi '
vi greetings for
th ai
t 1
in ". .; ; Ihi
..-.. which
.
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1 ( a

., hi r an
Other S tei
:- pai' icipa i
Goldberg Nor
. s< > mour Kaplan,
S r, Lewis Ster I
:, si Miss Donna <.'<
bliss Barbara Cypen will
r William Lips 1
New Library
For Miami Beach
... bef > Miami
its new library
. m [1 .'
el] a ... litonum
Ml'-.
indl : eal
b( im-
front of the exis
2100 Collins ave an
- :: .1 111.
h Oka, with an as-
: Miami Beach, Nicki
l niversity of .Miami stu-
Miami Beach's official
- I >--. will turn the first
thi : radii lunal golden
1 H-l
*Bbk Wop in Review
' -'rhood ol Temple Beth Shirah
. covered dish luncheon
(1 ** oeadaj noon at the home
'Miriam Spnjberg. 3900 liar
'-W*! Cables Rabbi Morns
^P. ^ritual leader of Beth ShJ-
bJe ^ Wview the book. "Good-
tH f^JWM
"Tender is the Night." F. Scctt Fitzgerald's romantic drama
about a psychiatrist who marries one of his pctients and the
complications that foliow ;s now startina its second week
at the Carib, Miami. Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. The
lilm, in color, lectures Jennilei Jones. Jcson Robards, jr., and
Joan Fontaine.
[n the now appearing at the Roosevelt
Theatre, Charltcn Hesto:: cs the Cid captures a group of
Mcc:. !ers but rele ises them when they premise never
to wcr cr. Spain a |< I U 1' em goes back
c^_ ,, ... o< its 0: t ol the arect scer.es of the ':.
the massive fccttie at Val acia.
m,
Chicaqo Opeia Ballet will appear at Miami Beach Auditorium
on Tuesday evening. Jan. 30. as the secend program in the
Community Concert Assn. series for 1961-62 Shown are
Kenneth Johnson and Sonia Arova. among the ballet per-
formers who will be seen during the evening s fare, which
includes "Camille." Pas de Deux from r.ower Festival from
Genzano." and "Fledermaus."
Maurice Schwartz Film
Featured on Leon Schachter's
Yiddish-American Vaudeville Show
this week at the Cinema Theatre
will in Jackie Henkin, comedian;
Eddie Michaels, Polish Italian Can-
' torial singer; Dolores Dean, popu-
lar songstress. Maurice Schwartz
will appear in the screen presenta-
tion of "Tevya and Ili> Daughter."
Dudaim Now
At Israel Revue
unable j oung men, who
rocki ed to fame in Israeli enter
tammenl circles, stepped mto the
. lion in tin- Monte Car
In hoti I-i aeli re\ ue, "The Land
1 ; Milk and Honey."
Du aim a singing-perform-
undi r 10k the ifficull as
ana D
mjri in the she
leave tor a week to mlfill two prior
mitments in 1 hie;
lown into Mian
: cob Baal-Teshuva
Bernard Cohen, direct from their
rtci i reak ng engagement at the
Playl .. 1 'lub, also in Chicago,
rhi young men. Ben Amdursky
Adam Gurion, who profession
. ily call themselves, the Dudalm
1 after a Biblical flower), experi-
t need a rapid rise to stardom.
Beth Shirah
Picks Advisers
the ad\ isory coun-
ih Shirah wen
-
Thej II serve <>i". the coum l
R il Morris Skop and I
< tlieb
,ven Hei rj Hai
Roth, J. W. Ban s, Dr,
Leo Martin, Di
-. hae< li r. Lee Aaronson, Harry
Burak. Mrs, Jack Somberg, Louis
v;ie.:.. and Dr. David Markenson,
Ed Feldstein was appointed to
the founders plaque chairmanship
and Fred stone to membership
1 hairmanship.
A 75-name memorial electric
1 en presented to the
Pi mpli W Grossman in mem-
f his late wife, Mrs Augusta
Grossman which will be unveiled
at .. mi ting 1 f the congregation
ic b I in Suniland Hall.
Alien Deadline
Nearing Here
Edward P Ahrens, district di-
rectoi t the Immigration and
Naturalization Service, this week
urged all aliens in Florida who
have net yet filled out alien ad-
dress report forms to do so before
Jan 31 at the nearest Immigration
and Naturalization Service office
or local post oftice.
The immigration offieial pointed
out that the law requires all non-
citizens, except persons in diplo- I
matic status, foreign representa-
tives to certain international or-
ganizations, such as the United
Nations, and aliens here tempor-
arily as agricultural contract work
ers. to report their addresses to
the U.S. Government each Jan-
uary
"The parent or legal guardian
of an alien child under 14 years of
age must fill out the address re
port form for such a child in order
to comply with the law." Ahreni
said.
tktVJI
Freddy Ross
'Blithe Spirit1
Opener Slated
Ushering in the New Year at the
Gallery Playhouse in Coral Gables
is Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit,"
slated for an 8:30 p.m. curtain on
Wednesday. Jan. 31.
The drawing room comedy is
being mounted by veteran director
Sid Casell, and finds Ken Taylor,
Jacquebeth Taylor and Norma Buss
in featured roles,
Fiii rmances of "Blithe Spirit"
will be given at the Playhouse, 211
(Jira la in the Cables, every
Thursday. Friday a 11 d Saturday
hi after the opening, concluding
16
mini S
Murra Franklin, on the loo 1
fi 1 aj lo step up his lauj 1
1 utput, has added Boston con
Freddy Ross, to his rostei ot
laugh-provokers.
Ross whosi corned] style fits
ihe unpredictable hellzapoppin'
format a: Murray Franklin's tun
house, has a devastmg effect on
tl e audiences.
The popular New Englan-Jer,
who holers the record for being
the most held-ovcr comedian in
the business, was engaged for
what is a supposedly limited ap-
pearance. But if history repeats it-
self, the hooking may turn out -o
be an extended one. S.T.
!\'.'- ,: .V*S
U

Glamorous Rosita Davis,
rect from the New York I
Quarter, is currently appe...
ing at Hampton House wi
Rector Bailey and his trio. A
former vocalist with Duke El-
lington's band, she started
her career as a dancer. The
statuesque blond beau:;;
swings in the manner of Ella
Fitzgerald. Showtimes era
10 p.m., midnight, and 2 a.an.
Asako Tomita. Japanese mez-
zo-soprano. will be presented
in recital Monday evening by
the Suriside Music Society ...
Sklar Auditorium of Temp.3
Ner Tamid. Accompanist will
be Esther Barrett. Miss To-
mita has scheduled a pro-
gram of folk songs.

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+Je*dstifk**&M
Friday, January 26, 1962
Relaxing over coffee cups are these members of the Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary shown at c recent service-report
meeting. All ere volunteers at the hospital aiit shop. Thirty-
one new members were enrolled in the Auxiliary in the month
of December, the report showed. Left to right are Mesdcmes
Eavid Stuzin, Lawrence Adler, Doris Maicuis and Robert
Rodenberg.
Jai Alai Star Taking Lead
Ondarra, nukr.arred 'Rabbit'" by contention lor that title ag2in. and
hi- man* ton-, is starting to make now is a prime contender lor the
.. .Most Games Wen title as well.
!.:> presence known this >ea>on at
, ^ Plaving at his current pace On-
Ihe Dam. Jai-Alai Palace. ^ ^ ecBpM ^ mark ()f K
The diminniuvc front star, twice siciories set by Vergara in win-
ft inner of the World Singles ning the Most Games Won title
Championship, ha- moved into three seasons ago.
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Pearly Gait
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Bi-Monthly Cord Party
Regular bimonthly card party o|
Tiferelh Israel Sisterhood will be
held on Wednesday evening in the
social hall.
IaUgThekBarry Sisters, long-time favorites here, and featured on
numerous recSrds. share the bill at the Eden Roe. a-ct tor iM
popularity for all ages this should be one of the most successful bills
ever presented in the b'g and bright room.
Comedian Will Cooper, who emcees and blends his comedy into
the haoov Israe'i revue, 'The Lard of Milk ard Honey, at the
Mcnte C*rlo. is headed for TV exposure. He has been summened
to New York next month by CBS-TV execs for a possible spot ,n a
new weekly comedy series.
Shchana Daman, star of the Monte Carlo bright stage package
got *ome TV exposure herself on the Telethen la~t week, and came
over very well. Her personality projects in the Exodus room with
the same sparkle and zest as it does on stage.
Groups and parties interested in the Belle Barth siiow at topa
Otv now are offered a varied dinner menu, with four entrees listed
nightly. Belle, by the way. has been offered a starring spot in "Little
Me." a musical adapted from the best-selling book, and set for a
Broadwav Low some time in the spring. The show at Copa City is
well-balanced, with Cootie Williams' great quartet backing Belle
Frank DiFabio. one of the best swing piar.ist> to come alone in quite
some time, heads his recording trio, and singer Bobby Milano also
is billed.
* *
MOVIES THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT: "El Cid." at the Roose-
velt, projecting some of the most magnificent color ever caught by:
a movie camera. Ctiarlton Heston. as the legendary hero of ancient
Spain, is at his virile and vigorous best, in jousts, duels and leading
his valiant knights against the fierce Moors. Sophia Loren is glamor
personified on the wide screen, with fabulous close-ups Ol her exotic
and compelling beauty.
"Tender is the Night." held over at the Carib. Miracle. Miami
and 163rd St. A dramatic offering of adult romance and conflict of
personality in a gaudier era. Excellent performance~ b) Jennifer
Jones and Jason Robards. jr.. and a fine supporting east.
"Les Liaisons Dangereuscs," Roger Vadim's most controversial
French photoplay to date. Somewhat a Partsienne "La Dolce Vita,"
though more heavily drenched with sex, symbolic and otherwise.
Certainly not a movie for the- under II sot. At the Normandie and
Mayfair.
"West Side Story." at the Sheridan, a musical frolic on the side-
walks of New York. Some times quite poignant in its Romeo-and-
Juliet theme brought up to date with the Puerto Rican problem in
Manhattan. Color photography and musical scenes rate top praise.
"Judgment at Nuremberg." at the Lincoln, is a heavy drama, ex
citing, moving and wonderfully acted by a super cast, including
Spencer Tracy. Richard Widmark. Maximilliar. Schel! (steals the
show). Judy Garland. Marlene Dietrich. Montgomery Clift and Bur;
Lancaster.
* -k
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: A versatile performer, always on
the move, whether hitting the keyboard, tapping out a dance solo, oi
talking it up. is Johnny Bachemin. holding down the star spol at Mur-
ray Franklin'-. Frankie Hycrs, Kay Carole and her dummy, and
the Cookie- round oul the funfesl that continue- till dawn al the
Beach spol.
There are fev femali performers around who have the vivacilj
and tempc of K-n Stevens the lively Mar ol Bonjours. Paris the
colorlul revue, with loads of lovelies from Prance, al the Deauville
Casanova room.
Up Hollywood way, you'll find the songs of Damita Jo, at the
Tack room of the Diplomat, really thrilling. She's boo! for a few more weeks, but is worth hearing more thin or-c-;. JV.andy
Campo's dsnceable tunes are on tap nightly.
Music and song- from the "golden age" ol big bands in (he i ni
'!:;l ^iie- tiaturin-. <;!.....i Miller. Tommy Dorsey. Bunnj B ri ai
Charlie Barnct, Larr> Clinton, Artie Shaw. Benin Goodman II
OConnell, Jo Stafford and Bea Wain, was wrapped up for future
generations in Chevrolet's Golden Anniversary recordins Georgi
warrington, of the local Dums
copies of the recording or, ham
hospitals, schools and similar organizations, li you know of such an
organization that would like one of these RCA long playing records
call Warrington at the auto agency.
I was a confused announcement in one of the daily col-
ent y about the Singing Violins leavink King Arthur's
ney wrn t be. The announcement was almost like -ayinq
There was
umns recent1
Court. The
Art Bruns would leave. M?x Brown, who has been at Vhe Vill'aV for
six years, continues as the fiddlers' leader.
Menasha skulnik continues in the uproarious "Uncle Willie" al
...... rs tops.
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Friday. January 26. 1962
Charles Jacobson
One-Man Preview
In Grove Sunday
I |,. k ,'icobson. one of
I : abstract artists.
tan show of recent
1 _a .:, the Village Corner
Caller) H36 3. Dixie hwy.. Coral
rubles, s'ai ing Monday and con-
IhTOsJgJl t\b 24^
plion j"d preview will be
Erom 8 to 10 p.m.
., i,, bil feature ti paint-
Ihe esstonlst style.
Among hi 'arger works, Jacob-
son csigrei eight giant Aztec
mtra on csoper columns de-
,jve fro-i ore Columbian
themes he found while traveling
in v.i co a-i the West Indies.
The : rlumits are en permanent
view in 'he Americana hotel.
id 14 one-man shows
m :lic South
I
I- in; ial art training al
il Illinois and the
hu .,. v : ol Fine Arts. Ja-
( ..:! with commercial
;. Mich,elson and the
Rudolph Weisen
' ijjs regular media
l lers and enamels
11- also construct-
n ^ industrial ma-
id >ik. wood and
p -'
JetHstl Fkrirfitn
Page 13-B
John Serbin Will Head Heart Fund Campaign
BIN CALPIKIN
El Al Names
New Manager
NEW YORK Appointment oi
Ben Galpei in to the posl oi Esi
i oast n gional manager was an-
nounci b) El A! Israel Airlines
his week.
Bi rn u Ru na and raised in Is
rael. Galperin has been with El Al
tor the past ii years. His fluency
in len languages has served him
well in key commercial posts
throughout the company's ever-
growing network, including seven
years In Athens as commercial
manager for Greece; two years as
commercial manager for Israel;
and hi> most recent assignment in
Buenos Aires, where he set up ihe
"mn-my's fust South American
branch
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FRIDAY Traditional Night
mpeccable observance of
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Two orchestras p'ay for your
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SUNDAY Shore Dinners
The finest seafood a soup to nuts!
EVERY NIGHT
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exquisite setting for ladies.
ideal for executive luncheons.
casual attire invited.
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: icons, meetings, ana cocktail part es are
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For reservations:
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1 ^**^ liotil.cnbmin r Ayachlclu
^ INS AVENUE. AT <5th STREET. MIA'.'
The Heart Assn. of Grea'er Mi-
ami this week announced the a-
pointment d John Serbin as chair-
man of the 11)62 Heart Fund cam-
paign here. Dr. Martin S. Belli
president ol the Association, mad*
the announcement.
WUl^m I. Paul, assistant vice
president ol the Florida Natioi al
Bank and Trust Co.. was appointed
co-chairman.
The month-long Heir: Fund
campaign begins here aid across
he nation on Feb. 1. and will reach
its high po n| o the weekend of
' ' Ik ir neigh-
bors to deliver educatu n infoi
tion on "heart attack and .
cept contributioi -
Serbin is farmer na o'
the N.i. v.i i ., is oi L'nr..
d Ji '. : er i
f IhC L'Ol .' ;. ;:
Publisher Gets
Beach Award
Parks K'.i-R. publisher, has been
named "Outstanding Citizen ol Mi
ami Beach for 1961." by the Miami
Beach Taxpayers' Assn. The Mr-.
P. K. Mallor.v Award was present-
ed to Rusk by RiKer Levinson.
Toastmaster E. Albert Pallot.
first president of the association
which was founded in 1951, present-
ed Sen Spessard L Holland. Coun
ty Manager Irvmy McNayr, and
Norman Giller who in separate
reports showed the wide interests
ot the civic organization.
Jerome G. Greene was installed
as president, succeeding Robert A.
Peterson. Past presidents of the
association include P. J. Davis.
George Bertman, Ritter Levinson,
lack A Abbot. Frank Smathers
Jr., Simon E. Rubin, and Dr. Kurt
Peiser.
Previous recipients of the Out-
j standing Citizen award were Mrs
P. R. Mallory, Mrs Rose Weiss.
Max Orovitz. Hank Meyer. Col.
Charles C Mettler. August Geiger,
Simon E Rubin, and Morris La-.
pidus.
former president ol Temple Beth
Sholom, and firmer present o'
Westview Country Club. He is s
trustee of Mt. Sinai HospHal, and
formerlj served on the United
i nd committee.
Art Bruns is chairman of the
lean Ball to be held in Miami
Springs Villas on Thursday, Feb.
.2 Tommy Dorsey's orchestra
! Tnish tne mi Mrs Man-
lei Gonzales is co i hairman.
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Insurance Executive Back
Local insurance executive Harold
Abbott has returned to Miami alter
attending the second annual Lead-
ers Forum sponsored by the Uni-
versity of Illinois and held at the
I niversitj ol Puerto Run
tor Information!
HAZEL ALLISON
CATER'NG DIRECTOR
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Bin BI. A Collins *
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Friday. January 26, 1962
Jfjar ^S 3 gift IOS.: !>te
rh? asking
ts should igeforYou
1 .73 M ami I, Fla., one .advance ln< name
rf the Bor or Ba> ?"&
-ome address si I numbei The corsage De
-orwarded lo you a ackstone F ov.
for the occasion.
Edwin Pont
bbi Norman \ Sli
ate al ihe Bar Mitzx .ill ul
Stephen, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
k 4> il.
Bruce Benneff fdwin Ponf
Gary Cordon David Ho/berg
Richard Ratine Edward Beresh
I i ring S d n y
norning set .ici Jan. -' al Beth
David
: in the eight le at
Shcnandoah .lui
bi u at honor roll s
and al Both Da>
where lie l as a per : I
record for eigli >
He has i
[airs and ; aj s viol
orchestra
His parents u K
dush following the eeren
a dinm i -
Hall in theii -
Richard Siege:
Saturday morning si rvices
27, al Israelite Center will in
the Bar Mitzvah ol Richard Law-
rence, son ol Mr and Mrs. Aaron
Siegel. 3290 S\V 16th ter Rabbi
Morton Malavsky will officiate
Richard is a student at sin-nan-
doah Junior High and Mas received
a scholarship letter,
Kiddush in his honor will be held
in the Social Hall.
David Halberg
Saturday morning services at
Beth Torah Congregation, Jan. 2".
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
David Joshua, son of Mr and Mrs.
Sidnej Halberg, 1000 NE 180th ter
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will offi-
ciate.
An eighth grade honor stude it
at North Miami Beach Junior
High, David is cantor ot the Junior
Congregation, and is in the fifth
grade Hebrew graduating class
He plays piano is a stamp col-
lector, and belongs i i the St
Club and I ic ch mis at s
David Ratner
Davi I. soi f Mi
spi blvd
Bar Mitzi Satin mori
Jan 27. at with
Mayei ibran ffi<
fh celebranl i Mil
N'autil -
5 scl
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A In: I U : I
held at Michel's
taurant iving servi
Diehard Siegel Judith Broker
NEW POLICY
Beginning with Feb 1 there
will be a service charge tor
all Bar Mitzvah photographs
appearing in The Jewish
Floridian.
Announcement! of Bar
Mitzvah celebrations will
continue to be published
gratis as before The ser-
vice charge is tor photo-
graphs only
Further information is
available from The Jewish
Floridian business office,
FR 3-4605.
Architect v "
Temcle ?e:::
completion of the building procram.
it 3 K -
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Gars Garden
:
a ill
, v. .- ..; t\.. -
Ian 27 at remp'< B i -
. Leon Kronish will officiate
The Bar Mitzvah >n : Mr and
Mrs Harry Gci Fairway
lr is a student m the [emple s
confirmati m class S723.
K :warc* Nemeraff
II ward Stephen, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Waiter Nemeroff. will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on
Saturday morn'ng. Jan, 27 with
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating
The celebrant is a student at
Naltilus Junior High and the tern
pie's religious school.
Judith Brawer
Friday nighl services, Jan. 26.
at Beth Torah Congregation T
include the '.'-a- Mitzvah of Judith
Esther, laughter of Mr. an.l Mrs
Everett A. Brower, 1T301 NE Sib
ct. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz wil
officiate.
A -. -. ; i lei Norl
Mian luni i
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- Hebi
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S n r nonor. and hei
I] aren: s. Mi Mrs. 1
.'alley Sti

Edward Beresh
rd S
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Bar Mitzvah at Beth Era i C n
gregaticn i n Saturday n
J7 with Rabbi Max Sh |
officiating
Assistant Principal Speaks
r high students wh i atten I
,,i the weekly youth service a:t I
breakfast at Temple Emanu-EI
heard Harold Ruby, assistant prin-
c.pal of Miami Beach High School,
a- guest speaker on Sunday morn-
Progress Report
At Beth Sholom
Dinner Saturday
.. F Snetman, campaign
nan ol the Temple Beth Sho-
- levelopment fund, announces
progress party and dinner on Sa-
in y. the Temple auditorium.
Snetman has appointed Jack
a .;i',er. chairman of the builder's
, immittee, to serve as chairman of tlV0s thronged lo Miami Beach last
he function, to which members of week to celebrate the 9uth birth-
".. h Sholom nave been invited.
Hundreds Mark
His Birthday
Hundreds of friends and rela-
P. Rattner will be ob- The celebrant attea Grove peracUe. Snpnlr SiirrfVv
urday morning. Jan 27.. Elementary and ega rerocns W* >unffey
Richard Rat+ner
Bar Mitzvah of Richard B son
ot Mrs Sherma Warschauei St
and Jack P
sen el Saturd;.
at tgudath Israel Hebr Hebrew set
tute. with Or Isaac E\er offici- Kiddush at the cotclusion of the
ating ceremony, a:-..', a re< il th.
Richard is an eighth grade stu- Deauvdle hotel on Sunday evening
dent at Nautilus Junior Huh A will be ruId in his honor.
reception in his honor will be held ...
following the cerern nj Alvin Benni,
Barry Richard ^r ,rvln Lehrman will officiate
Temple Zion will be the site of aI the Bar Ml,*v*h >f Alvta Saul,
the Bar Mitzvah ot Barrv. son of s?n ot Mr and Mr* GMr* B,'n'
Mr and Mrs David Richard and 18, and ^randson f M" Lena
grandson ol Alex H Richard on Benn and Jack Heller, both of
Saturday morning. Jan 27 with New York- on Saturday morning,
Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Jan -" at Temple Emanu-EI
The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh Ahrin is a student at Nautilus
grade student at Riviera Junior Junior High, where he is on the
Huh and plans to continue his Safety Patrol and Audio-Visua
studies in the Temple's confirma- squads He is also a member of
ia>* ;': J talented car- Boy Scout Troop 65.
A reception will be held at Mi-
Progress report will be oHered
en the Temple's new Community
House and Administrative Wing
now in construction. Mrs. Philip
Schlissel, chairman of the cam-
paign Women's Division, is in
ch-aige of reservations and din-
ner arrangements.
New Community House and Ad-
ir.inistrative Wing will house a Re-
- School Assembly Hall, Li-
brary and Reading Room, Arts and
.'rafts Center, Audio-Visual Cen-
: ich :'s Lounge, Teen-Age
juditl i in ": ,om' '':"'', ""' Aux-
in, Rabbi and Cantor's
- | A Im e Offices.
:, ..' I pi ijecl will culmi-
pi ogram
Jholam 1 e ave .
. Bib il G irdens and
:'..-civile
.' V Hei Mathi is

s M. A r: is pres-
mi be-
: Leon
meed during
istra Spero,
Serbii Harry
bi Leon
Kt i s spirit ler il the
regal n
day of one of the pioneers in the
Zionist movement and a close
friend of Chaim Welzmann, la-3
President of Israel
Barney Wachtel was an itinerant
peddler in New York City when he
met Welzmann. who interested him
in the establishment of a homeland
tor Jew v
Wachtel. after listening to Welz-
mann, announced to his family thai
he would thereafter devote two
da>- a week to the Zionist cause.
Today, surrounded by lour child-
len, 12 grandchildren, 23 great
grandchildren, Wachtel still is ac
live in local Zionist circles
iii- business, the larg si
.-, .,. ,,
j his c hildi he lives i<
Ihe London Irms hotel on Collins
ave
i
"Meth Is il Education in Israel
- the Diaspora" w ill be the
topic discussed by Mr and Mrs
Zvi Perach for the Hebrew Edu-
cators Alliance Meeting i- sched-
uled for Sunday evening at Beth
Israel. 711 40th si Miami Beach.
BARNCY WACHJtL
i
; toonist
Barry's parents will honor him chefs restaurant in h.s honor
TRAVIORE
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Privata o|
HOTEL
At 24th ST., MliM! BUCK
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Prlvata Beac" fi Pjji
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Bruce Alan Bennett
S .-day service at Beth Torah
will include the Bar Mitzvah f
Bru^e Alan, son of Mr and Mrs
George Bennett. 1001 NE 178
ter Rabbi Max Lipechl will o:-
ficiate Bruce, an eig grade
Honor Roll student at North Miami
Beach Junior High School, will
'chant the liturgj
H< ai Hebrew Hun
Scl-.. i isj
t of Beth Torah,
where b tulius and


Friday. Jcnuary 26. 1S62
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Pcqe J5-B
Micmian Founds
JNF Tree Grove
y s Idii er has established
! N'ati -.il Fund gT"o\ e nt
i the State of Israi ;: mem-
I :, v. ,!<. Hell :\ Shuldin>
i
r ^.-- a long historj ol
; starting when as
he com inced ;> ot
::,ii .-:- in the Ukraine,
i ci n'ribute ten percent
i rnings to the Jewish N"a- __
lati Mrs. Shuldiner was an
i worker lor Hedassah in Chi-
Mr Shuldiner. a Labor Zionist, is
I a member of the Lebediker
I ranch of Greater Miami. He pres-
preparing to visit Israel,
here he will dedicate the Jewish
r..: Fund prove of trees as a
i king memorial :o his late wife.
MR. AND MRS. SMUUHHU
Jan
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R i t Memorl
Ot
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JOSEPH BRI2EL
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Friday, January 23. 1362 *#£* &f #"$* fktJdfaif) Page 3-3 omen meet to plan three-dry national conference W 9 Division.. American Friends ol ho • r.g Jan. 31 through Feb. 2 at tl e Am mmitiee represen ... I South Flo • %  women's group (left to i Mi le h Mrs '. p F. Thau, ^rs. Trudy Hammers;! .:owit: Consul Dover to Address Session Of Hebrew University Confab Here He was sent I i the South Pacilic and ruse through the ranks to the rank oi lientenant colonel Prior to World War II. ho served ,iprofessor ol economics at the University of Chicago. Mrs c'timbel disclosed thai Zeev Dover, Israel Consul tor Economic Affairs in 'he Southeastern United St.ites, will address the afternoon session of the conclave on Feb. 1 His talk will follow a session of the conference devoted tj reports of the women's division activities during 1961 by its national officers. pi H. Douglas, Democrat [I keynote the (i i %  • >• %  %  u hich the Dh American i nds ol Hebi n University, is \li a I ich on Jan. • i Fi b 2, is a I ig time l Israel and the Hebrew I'ni\ rsity sirs Li HIS s ; nb %  !, ;r. nationn si • • of the w >men's group, Douglas A i>ne of those who • 11 consistently ken out in behalf Jf the new i racj in the Middle East." Douglas early recognized the •c tin' Unit • i States of Hit: : 'i policy of aggr ss n, and twice thi States is Barly as 1941 ol Pres %  ml Roosevelt's i _• ; olicj." Mrs. Gimbel said. are i spei ill) happy that Douglas will %  i ii r guest • iki r oi the topic World Amity Highei ication.' He I i %  listed t '•• e Marine i at the ag is a private ion that t be s • \ 111.1. Mr.Julius Fligelman, of Ci lifoi David Her z, of the San Fen indo Valley group Calif i •'.... I Mrs. L uis Glasser, I Robert R .. will re: • %  • • uty, New Vork; 5 New rk Si ati inior C .; %  G soi istetn, • At lheThursda> morning, Feb 1, Lsession, Mrs Jack Popick and Mrs. Lee Ratner, ol Miami Beach, will present the re i i ol the ere • t ..is committee. Resolutions adopted by the plenary sessi in ol the com • v. ill be presente in c immittee ses,• Mrs. S imuel ll. Lan: y kli • Park, man ol imittee Mrs Glassi r, c onl rence tvan. di>cli i 'i> il the in> ical • the iii.ni -' %  'he in nexl '..;•-. %  la' 31 t-ill Dr .:. Lehrman nu-1 Greetings will b extended bj the Hon Ma Kenneth Oka >l VI imi Beach. He v II be joined oi lais by Mayor Shepard Broad, of Ba> Harbor Islands; Mayor Daniel I). Diefen' ach, of No. Miami Beach; Mayor Robert L Searle, of Coral Gables; New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammonia ar.d Mayor Irving Schulman, of Surl -. Thomas D Bailey, Florl % %  il i intendent ol • will I gn Iron Brj ant. Miss Sho-han: star w ill enti th area taries civi ii rli s Chai lanthropisl I ; Reports will be given by Mrs. Gimbel. Mrs Charles Goodman, f national treasurer of New York City, and Mrs Anne Peshkin, ex1 ecutive director. A luncheon will be rendered the delegates b> Mrs. Gimbel at i p.m. the same lay. in the Bermuda room -if the Americana Highlight of the late aft -moon meetings> ill be rep.'-from varii ,> ,ir. isioi : Mrs Abr i ham F Wed sler New York; •.: %  Albert o nsj I Home of MrsJonas Brotman is Site Of Mf. Sinai Garden Show in March ..:"•.. is J Br it.818 23i Is %  Island 3. be horl Iream on esday. F< ten Mt. Sinai •.',,!.: 5 its I iurth ual flow er -' there from l p.m. rruly ;.n "inter la >nal fantasy," the in I or r ns as %  %  ell athe Ii or loggia, I -iand car• will bloom with elaborate tic, contemporary and interprearrangemen Prominent women from the I:T Miami area participating i i the function are Mrs. A. Lester Stepner, president, and Mrs. Harry \ Moscoe and Mrs Harold HirschI I. chairmen. Serving on the committees are: schedule, Mrs. Ben Lond; Mrs Edward Schwartz; staging, Mrs. Harold Hirschfield; Mrs. Theodore Epstein, Mrs. Joel Lee. Mrs. Theo' jre Koolish, Mrs Samuel Wiesen; placing, Mrs. Etta Bubis; classitication, Mrs. Seymour Rubin. Mrs Milton Cline. jr.. Mrs. Max Holtzberg. Mrs. Charles Caurshon, Mrs Samuel Resnick. Conservational arti educational xhibit, Mrs. Samuel Rosenberg; -. VI %  S3 es. Mrs Leoi los pitalit). Mrs Krovetz. Mrs James l r m in, Mrs Isadore shaw, Mrs 5am S and Mrs. Byron T '--• MrAlex Gordon, Mrs. Lester Saroff; judges clerks, Mrs Edward Roth, judges, Mrs v itl tj W. Lane, and Mrs Morris Gr %  w Junior division. Mrs Loa S Ross. Mrs. Eh Meltzer; photographer. Mr-. M. P. rravers, Mrs. Sam Strom; publicity. Mrs Murray Koretzky. and Mrs. Rose Kelemer; supplies. Mrs Irving Weinnch; telephone. Mrs. Royal Jonas; tickets. Mrs Alex Kogan. and Mrs. Melvtn G'itterman CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! You'll see a white tornado of power that cleans everything in its path. Even corners, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping And you don't need to rinse! New Ajax All Purpose Cleaner with ammonia leaves a fresh, clean tmeil that proves ''* re,lly don ttwjobl 00 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 731 Washington .. JE 8-5401 0PIN K> T SSASOH To Accommodate 0' Manyfttrons PETERSON'S STEAK PLACE 7i4U*Wtftn$IT. CA 1-4563 WIN s 25 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE Ami delight your family with the d.sn you make! All you do is submit your favorite recipe for using Worn s Kasha for stuffing chicken, derma .making kmshes, varmshkas. soups., side disnes with onions, chopped mushrooms peppetsorany other tast/ use tot this all time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Send your 3m original recipe with a Wolff's Kasha bo top to PhvU-s Wjltf. Penn Yan. N Y We will pay $25.00 for every recipe published; but every entrant receives a FREE Kasha Cookbook and ail recipes become Wolff's propert/. Kgeftv, KASHA detiClOid Brown Buckwheat Groats Mrs. MttM $ SoldniM. MtrriiM Ave..Mtami Beach. Ft.. wins S25 for her Chinese Ka.oa Cantonese f~ CHINESE "^ J KASHA CANTONESE L 2 cups cooked 1 -uo onion Wolffs Kajha ".j lauco •>' and oepper. Carnisn with chopped tCf> lions and shredded omelet. also enioy Ait, :romy ... ,ii, Kj;nj n J.j>f Stetson University; Jack Gor rt, ptst presidenl %  ''• iVLVVV-TV; 1 ntenJam %  %  • y i civ y, %*. BXjnr)I3STE3 Shop 5-rd:-es for *'•? South's widest assr-f— e-'s be S t • /slues .. ?-' 3: n fash i frends. Use one -" our 5. • • %  ? Credit p'ans to s~?o trie nicest way to own what you 'want **-ei you want it. 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Friday, January 26, 1962 fJenlst fhrkMoND Page 9-B CM arming i, yours, h pp W ti"i"i4ftcc.".c Country Club held i sre ccckta.l par. ous %  ;!:.rlay afteri the ib house on Tami: ru:l jusi off the Palmetto %  %  • i %  -. H indieda of guests adi the | 101 and club, and enc i i. .. ot entertain%  offered. For the party. Mrs. Joseph H ,' i ( ho*e a t•' %  '-piece black r is rh • jacket ended ab< vc i"'' %  aistline with a •i i • hite in a cummerbund i md the white was repeata! the neckline. A beige colQu i • %  .' lace >heaih was ii( i. Robert liur uz !'. ch •. a> high-necked, ess, ami \K .th a bio i son A two-piece cocktail ensemble el vluva red a gild brocade v..( worn by Mrs. Alan BenjaHer sleeveless sheath was lopped with i hip-length, doublebreasted jacket Her white embroidered kii gloves and beaded I.,,, were accessories she brought irom.Pans. Mrs. Bur* Toppar s white faille cocktail suit featured bracel -t length sleeves with a short, yet full parasol flounce, contrasting becomingly with the tailored cutaway lines • r jacket. Mrs. Hearv Siv.er wore a twopiecc ensemble of an imported sheer woo' lace in ivory and gold llame. The sheath was topped a full-Le irfth matching coat Inn ned With a shawl collar of ranch mink. Olive green was the choice of Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Her silk alpaca combined the high I iteau neckline in front, ami a I '• %  A scooped decollete line in Ijack. A b:b of turquoise and gold blended with the iridescent tones ii her fabr.e. • lulRS. Dory Auerbach chose a champagne-colored silk lace 1 Shi ith. Matching colored banded it at the neckline sleeves, and also created a effecl with a double banding %  '' the a : Royal blue silk ing .a. the choice of Mrs. ^ -I Lev. Her sheath followed i lassie lines with a high tirei in the buck. "The always in 4,ood taste" classic black sheath wathe choice of Mrs. .Max Jacob Mrs. Harold Pomerantz wore a two-piece cock'ad ensemble in black silk linen. Her sheath featured a cl.aped bateau neckline, and a short pepium at the waist. A self-fabric flat bow was draped across the front of the pepium. and her jacket followed She tuxedo lines. For the cocktail parts, Mrs. Philip Schilf wore an emerald green satin damask. A floral chiffon print was the choice of Mrs. Marshall Feuer, whose dress was over a matching print Of satin. A biege tuo-p'ece linen ensemble was selected by Mrs. Daniel Cravitt. A full-length tailored coat covering her matching sheath. Mr<. Sam Sapiro, chairman ot the women's Division of Cedars of Lebanon, wore a biege metallic embroidered wool sheath Her necklace was ot Russian garnets. Mrs. Ron Levitt chose a polished cotton print of green and calusa coral. The asymetrical design was on a ground cl white. Another in white was Mrs. Sam Bornstein Her cotton lace featured ail-over multi-colored floral embroidery. Royal blue satin belt and shoes provided the color accent. BLACK a ad white was the color !" choice ef Mrs. Edward Strawgate. Her bodice featured an offthv-shouldor neckline, and the full skirt was white with black Hocking. Topping her dress was a shiny black straw cocktail hat. Mis. Milton Korotki.i wore a royal blue -silk linen ensemble. Her dress was a sheath with a matching reversible jacket lined j in a silk blue and green paisley print. Among pie hundreds attending the premiere cocktail party at the new ',. Ibrooke Country Club last wee.tend were the Sid Efrcnsons ol South and the Edward M. Strawgates, Weatches : .. lufc : 35CC on the Trail, will have its first member's dim 3or.ee on Fefc W.i r..r 'Ktthli ROCMUt STIKH Rabbi's Daughter Sets Spring Rites lite tir'emertt ot Itcchelle Lila Stern i S'ephen Leon Kavelson. -'of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Kavel.-on, of Brooklyn. N.Y.. has be i announced by the future bride's parents. Rabbi and Mrs. ii Stern, 1061 Michigan ave. Rabbi Stern is the spiritual leader ol B-eta Jacob Congregation. A graduate with honors from Miami Beach Hish. th.-> briHp-eleet attended Stern College for Women and is pre.-ently at the University of Mia i K< r fiance, now attending Brooklyn College, received his early edu cation at the Yeshiva of Hebron in Jerusalem, and was a graduate at Mesivta Chaim Berlin Rabbinical Seminary, An early spring wedding is plai.ned. Stern to Speak At Youth Service <; -orge Stei of the Southern Z %  nisi Youth Commi--ion of N'ati inal Young Judaea, will be guesl sp< ak< at student congre al on services Saturday, 10 a.m.. at Bc'h Tor ii Congregation. Stern, who will he introduced by Diane Gurman. •. pi -ident of the" congregation, graduated from Vanderbill University with a degree in soci >logJ and spent two yearstudying in Israel He will direct Camp Judaea m Henderson..!!< N.C More thin 100 bovs and cirls are members of Young Judea groups a! Beth To rah ar,d leaders include Sandra Levy. Jean Cohen, Cynthia Sdorr. Linda Edelman, Sharon Sigmond, Sonny Levitt. Norman Levi't. Harriet Levine, Marsha Ball and Ru* Ashley On Sunday. Be.n Torah Young Judaeans will be host to a countywide conclave of more than 27 Young Judaea groups, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Storrwill speak, and a quiz program or the recent festival cf Jewish Arbor Day. Tu B'Shevat. will highlight the meeting. Israeli s'naing and dancing will also be included in the program. Stern was guest of honor at a reception held at the home of Mrs. Gerald Soltz. chairman of the South Florida Zionist Youth Commission, last Wednesday evening. Flagler-Granada luncheon Flagler-Granada Sisterhood is sponsoring a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 8th st. Games will start at 10 a.m. Gelman, Gold Plan to be Wed Mr and Mrs. Saul Gelman, 865 80th st.. announce the engagement of their daughter. Paula Evelyn. and three quarter -length to Larry M. Gold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Al Gold. 2311 SW 22nd ter. Now in her first year at Dade County Junior college, the future bride is a graduate of Miami Beach High. She belongs to Gamma Sigma Sigma, service sorority Her fiance is an alumnus of Miami High, and is presently a sophomore at Dade County Junior college. No date has been se: for the wedding three-piece ensemble comgold llame burnt orange '• %  me nto the brocade was '' rn by Mrs. Norman Rothstem. • bodice featured a modified 1 W Mine, and her hip"i jacket wa. slightly sculptCAMP NILLOAIi COID 4 TO 13 MONTICEUO. NY 8 Weeks $375 MODtSN CAMPING 125 BOYS t GIOIS SPECIAL TEEN PROGRAM All OR(S POOl. IAKE. 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Fcge 4-B 9-Je*is*fk>ridliar Teenagers Question Jewish Values At Seminars of PTA Council Monday 1: The Teen-Ager Questions JewE lucation" is the subject ol the mal seminars and workshops ol Bureau of Jewish Education. he seminars will be held In %  sites on Monday, 8 p.m.—at h ('avid Congregation, for Mi i and Coral Gables congrega ,. al Temple Emanu-EI, for ami Beach congregations; and Beth Torah. for Jewish congre iens of North Dade. .1 Beth David. 2625 SW 3rd ave Samuel Karson, psychologist ,1 Herberl Berger, assistam di:or ot the Bureau ol Jewish Zion Ladies Slate 'Festival 1 'emple Zion Sisterhood will .. t ., "Festival ol the Arts" in I irm id a weekend ol fun for family. 'he event will begin Saturday • %  ning at the Temple, with a galv showing of art and ceramics bj al artists. Dancing will be i<> music of Uu' Festival Four. Annual bazaar "ill take place .-. iday beginning at noon. The :aar will feature a merchandise ,ii. adult and children's games, tiayride, cake walk, and food. All Star Show Due in February .More than 35 leading acts and • o entertainers are expected to t, ;e part in the 13th annual All S r Show of the Miami Beach Pore and Fireman's Benevolent sn. The show will be at the Mi• i Beach Auditorium on Feb. 13. Detective George Green, who has • ved as the show committee's airman for the past 11 years "ill :..un serve in that capacity with I re Capt. Lowell Davis, according Thomas Nunn, president Bikur Cholim Has Anniversary "ourth anniversarj ol the Bikur • olim Kosher Convalescaeni in.will be kicked off with a ilding fund luncheon on Feb. 21 the Algiers hotel. Mrs, Edward president, announced this ek iuest speaker will be Rabbi Isaac er, spiritual leader ol Vg I Hebrew Institute 'hairman ol the day will be Mrs seph Keiser, exe< ul: w\;, • ol the Home Ways chairman .Mrs Helen rnstein. %  I -.. presentati in % %  be bj •ilga Pavoh a I to begii at noon IMVtt •N A CLASS Ot A CUP TETIEY TEA Education, will discuss "Needs of Teen-Agers—How Can Jewish Education Meei These Needs?" Teencge panelists will consul ol Faith Reinhard, Kenneth Friedman and Victor Fishman. Leonard Wolf will net av.cliaunwu, uilb Mr^Theodore Lomaskln as recorder. At Temple Emanu-El's branch. 77th st. and Dickens ave.. Dr. Maitin Rosenthal. psychiatrist, and l ouis Schwartiman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will be principal discussants. Teen-age panelists will conM.I ol Leon Firtel, Myron Maas, and Alida Krovetz Raphael Yunes v ill chair the seminar session with Mrs. Edith Plotkin as recorder. Al Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach blvd., Dr. David Markenson, psychologist, and Abrah i Gittelson, e lucation director it Beth Torah, "ill be speakers reen-age panelists will be Jerry Greenfield, Lee Sandier and Diane Keshlansky. Mrs. Muriel Leb and Airs Harry Carmen will be chairmen, with Mrs. Edith Hahn as recorder. Dr. Kar-on has spent years on the problems of pie-adolescent and adolescent children, and In expanding recreation and guidance and counseling services for them He is a regular contributor to national professional journals in Mental Health, and his works have been cited frequently in the professional literature. Dr. Rosenthal is director of the College Admission PTA Subject "The College Admission Story" was to be the theme of a workshop planned by the PTA of Mia m i Beach Senior High School in the auditorium this Thursday. 8 p.m. Greetings were to be extended by Mrs. Ben Samuels, PTA president, and Mrs. Raymond F. Feiner was t>> chair the program. Irvin W. Katz, principal, was % %  present introductory remarks on "Days ol Confusion," a film on college admission, produced for television by the Armstrong Circle Theatre. Panel discussion was to include Marvin D. Greip, assistant director ol guidance. Hade county schools: Get a! I E Reese, director of the Office ol Admiss'cn Counsel. Harold Ri by, assistant principal of guidanc i an I Stanley Kith, l I, al A questioi % %  -. i was t.i loll' w A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Vet. there's Yora Tov spirit In thu fine tea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stirau. Utioo... richer taste and pleaj. are with your fleishigs and milchigs and bet era meal refreshment... WORE PEOPLE USC refreshing, Mlorie-free C0MfiedRoAtr tmdir strict Rabbinical Supervision SWEITEI THAN SUC Ai Til HO FOOD VALUi Recommended b? dotlori la> It", ,, W* *at*!icv MtfatigMs *i Marvin Levin, of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School, will chair this session with a recorder from Temple Judea. Concultant? for the session will be Rabbi Allen Rutihik, regional director of the I'nited Synagogue, and Cantor Jacob Bornstein, of Temple Israel three buzi sessions will ad,„ r h Pr Ans Dieroie ior journ at noon, and the workshop Officers o .he ^^'^^^U^lLSy. Left .ndu e with brief reports the annual seminar and w k shop to be held oriwow recorders ol each I to light ere Mrs. Lawrence Scheer Be h Dav ... vice Fara. Mrs Samuel Hirsch. Tempie Beth Snolom. president and MrElliott E. Harris, vice piesiden: Temple Emanu-EI. The Council of Parent-Teache\..: ol the Bureau was organized in May, 1954 as a clearing-house at ivities of Jewish PTA's, a ,i resource for PTA organizing i> acting director ol ihe Da e< >un .„. u;i | con sidcr "Whal Can th and planning, and a.s a commutuy newly-cMablbhed Juvenile Courl past even, sat reak Psychiatric Clinic, He also serves u 0 three buzz sessions. The i ih School Do for the Jewish effort to establish close relation v ( Mrs Marvin Lewis, -hip between the Jewish home and '11 Jewish school. of Beth Sholom. will chair th.sesofflcers 0l thc council of ParentIJ Child Guidance Clinic Or Markenson was former director ol Student Counseling al Washington University. He i* also noted for his interest in history and sum, with Mrs Irving i .atott. ot i ea( hers Assns. Include Mrs. Samphilosophy and linguistics. llira | uyay Jewish Center, as reuel Hirsch, Beth Sholom, presiDelegates of all PTA's of Jewish eorder. Consultants for the session dent; Mrs. Milton Feller, Temple schools will meet in workshop seswill be Rabbi William Sajowitz. reEmanu-EI, Mrs. Norman L. Harsions on Tuesday. 9:30 a.m. at gional director of the Union ot row, Temple Menorah. Mrs. LawTemple Israel, 135 N'E I9ih .-t American Hebrew Congregations, rence Scherr, Beth David, vice Workshop sessions will begin end Saul Rubin, education direcpresidents; and Mrs. Leon Eisenuith reports of the three recorder.r at Beth David. man. Tifereth Jacob, secretary. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style! .CHEESk* Ravioli IN SAUCE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Mrs, Malavsky To be Honored Di ra stem Sistei I I of I he Isi! Center • i luncheon i ird party in honor oi Mrs Morton Malavsky, wife oi the Cenl r's spiritual lea ler, at the Social Hall. Mrs Chester Letter and Mrs Philip Richman are co-chairmen ol the affair Dora Steii Sisti is affiliated with National Women's Leagui ol I'nited Synagogue oi America ProM I'dwill go to the religious s( hool. 'Operation Abolition' Slated Temple Menorah Singletons will' show the controversial film, "Operation Abolition.'' en Sunday at 8:15 p.m. A question and answer period will follow. A social li -m will include refreshments. 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Friday, January 26, 1962 +JewUtl KhrMfctr Pcqe 5-A %  gogufl of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Cenl the western outskirts of Jerusalem, where the muciipuL.cized seamed g'ass windows Marc Chcgall created for Hccassah will be installed this month. Commissioned by He: 3SSah, the windows depict the twelve tribes cf Israel. In jn.r. j the one-story structure, Joseph Neufe'.d, prominent American architect, took into account the fact that the synae will rouse Chagall's worki of art. which have been acclaimed universally as the crowning achievement in the 74-vear-oid master's career. Bonn Regrets Israel Decision; Mission to Depend on Arabs that tin' Bonn Government establish a "more intense" program ot aid to Israeli students in German universities, proposing the provision of scholarships to Israeli tulents lor such purpo.se>. Government sources here an' still declining to comment on the Knesset'.curb on German-Israel i relationI5( .-X —,' FA — Regret over the n of I %  %  Knesset, Israel's ment I) limit cultural ami relai on= >ith Germany was < tri. week in a numbei ol Hi I'ler-r.aa newspapers. Same ihem attributed Israel's move i i! fact that the Bonn Governrefuses .) establish diploma I'c n stiotts *;;n the Jewish Slat'. i %  Stad arzeiger, a Cologne paper c imed a report rei tha • West G e r in a •• i tmmeni wa i. considering estab livhiri! a trade mission in Jeiusa i n • milar to the Israel Purchas Germany. Tr— -*•>• %  > f.i'd however, f*t 'he /test G*rmn Foreign Miniitrv wilt first sound out f he Arafc stats* to see if the estiblishrrjnt o* i-ri' a mission would t" ccisidered bv the Arabs as an u-*riend / let. The Forrign Mims1ry fears that the Arab s'.i\ may rs'ji a'e by aranMiYi lion -J the East German G? imc11 imburg ".' ekl; rt'cle suggi %  Zeev Dover Will Talk Wednesday Zeev Dover. Consul of Israel tor Economic Affair-, will be guest speaker at a moating of the American Jewish Congresi next Wedne>loj evening in Beth David Congregation. Dover will discuss "Dialogue Between Israel and American Jewry Whal 1 nites Us and What Divides ( Rabbi I. eon Kroiush. spiritual ler i Temple Beth Snolom, and i es dent ol t h e South Florida Council of AJCongress, will be hairman of the evening LETTER TO THE EDITOR Jews Great Soldiers, Says Reader EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I'm glad that I read The Jewish i'londian and '.hat my children do not. Your columrist David Schwartz, in the Jan. 12 issue, not only insults me, but would confuse my children. He either dosen't know Jewish history, or he's bein-4 overwhelmed by the commercial aspects of "Shalom" stated billions of times. In the Jan. 16-31 issue of Jewish Current Events, which my daughter recieves at Hebrew High School, there's a glowing story about a famous lighting Jew named Joseph li-umpeldor. Our history is tilled with stories of Joshua the Warrior. Saul and Uav id. and many others If Mr. Schwarti wishes to be brought up to more modern times, he might reread the heroic accounts of the Warsaw fighting, the modern battles of Israel against overwhelming odds, and the conduct of Jews in every American war. I've been told by a pretty good source that the percentage ol Jews in the American wars was always higher than their percentage in the population (with the possible exception of World War II when Selective Service leveled each group I. When Jewish bombardiers, infantrymen and tank combatants were dropping bombs or firing machine guns, they did not fire at the sky in order that they might avoid killing the enemy, as Mr. Schwartz .-o "humorously''" writes. My children are being taught, and will be taught, not to look tor a tight but to stand up and tight back when necessary. And "Shalom" will mean to them that they wish "Peace" ot body and mind and activity, but not at the price of being labeled an easy mark because they 'shoot to miss." Our President used this tanuage in his State of the Union Address in regard to Berlin: "We're ready to talk when talking will do some good. We're ready to light if we have to This applies tn Jews, as well. And as a parting -hot. I certainly did not look favorably upon Julius Rosenwald'S remark that his title was "General Merchandise Big joke 10 our Jewish riout which they en nothing. Unfortunate il match my chil ire pdge if Hebrew, bul •! i know re about cars and finances than do. I'll listen with an r I tl i lebrew but I'l .• gh fully any commentab>;.it when Idren shall drive and how much Ifa : %  should have for allowances MARVIN LEVIN Miami Prejudice at Lowest Ebb, Expert Tells AJCommittee Continued from Page 1-A ligious groups suet as religious festivals in schools, blitli control, aid for paroclval schools and Sunday closing laws, were sociological and political, rather than matters of faith. He said discussion on these problems "are properly centered on the Constitution." rather than in theology. The delegates al>.> were told 'hat a widespread campaign of armed violence, attacks on demo cratic groups, and anti-Semitic vandal : sm was beinu carried on with "apparent immunity" from police action by terrorist groups in Argentina. "The organization.-, which arc neo-Fascist and strongly anti-Uoi ted States, appear to have the support of some Argentine army officers and a number of Roman Catholic priests, although both the army and the church are officially opposed to these groups." Jacob Blausten AJCommittee honorary president, said in Ins report. He revealed that American Jewish Committee leaders recently met with top officials of the U.S. State Department to discuss the growing anti-democratic and anti-Semitic forces in Argentina. It is understood that the Vatican has censured the priests involved in the Argentine Fascist fringe .groups, he added. Blaustein stressed, however, that Argentine officialdom and church leaders were "clearly opposed to these fringe groups." and cited the fact that the Argentine Senate in 1961 officially denounced Tacuara, one ot the more important neoPascist groups. 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"Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 33 Number 4 Miami. Florida. Friday, January 2G, 1962 Two Sections — Price 20' Soviet Charges of Espionage Against Diplomat Hotly Denied IPRI'SALEM—(JTA)—Israel official sources this U.-..LTk. .i %  ,.... I SALEM—(JTA)—Israel official sources this week • rejected the charges voieed in the Moscow news%  T.-...I' *!* %  Ki i. ill (I i uli 11.1 • it. *u.. k.* ,..:_ %  <• .1 paper Trud" thai Israeli diplomats m the Soviet Union and are helpful in activities na ri -•%  .! in "e|ronage for the American Central Intelligence Agenc) Terming these, allegations as "fabrications." a For\lmistr> -pokeman here said that the} constitute contraventions of international practice." The til, ons were termed "ridiculous and absolutely unI bj Israel's Foreign Minister Golda Meir in a % %  ''• %  in Tokyo, Japan, where she is now on ial visit. The charges in "Trod" provoked excited articles against the Soviet Union in the entire Israeli press. The Soviet newspaoer had said that Israeli diplomats in Moscow are using synagogues to spread Zionist literature and to collect espionage information. Ir mentioned Joshua Pratt, the first secretary of the Israeli Embassy in Moscow, as a person who had been in cortact with the three leac'.ers of the Leningrad synagogue who were sentenced recently to long terms of impnscrment for being in contact with representatives of a "foreign power." The three I.•• %  %  • %  -i J— iV.-' • <; V Peehersky. 6f>. F.. S. Dymkin and N. A. Kaganov. Both Mr. D>mkin and Mr. Kaganov are in their late seventies. The article in th-Moscow paper said Fratt had "often passed out anti-Soviet and Zionist literature to members of svnagogues." Similar charges had been made by Soviet newspapers earlier against two Israeli diplomats in MosCOW, Vaakov Keltnan and Yaakov Sharett. both ol whom were ordered to leave the Soviet Union, "Trud" ;>lso alleged that Pratt headed a "spy ring" that recruited agents among Soviet Jewish citizens, and Continued on Page 10-A HEARS OF BAN ON AMERICAN JEWISH TOURISM Jewish Group Testifies At Congressional Quiz Senate Gets Jordan Report On Fair Employment :\i, r >\ — (JTAI — En> s --.on ol Congress i eable fair employment as urged this week • > b) the American Jewand by the National \ l\ isory Council, in ire a special House tt< on I. ibor Weinstein, chairman ol i ommunitj Relations testified on be-\ national Jewish orand Go Jewish comns councils through >t.iteaffiliated w ith • ation r. organizations for .poke are American Jew • lewish Labor Comsh War Veterans ol the ol American Hebrew l ms Union of Ortho lox .. regatinn's, and the I'migue ol America in the "thousands ol stimonj" submitted by il> Ol witnesses' who have ai Congressional hearings • in ploy men) practice bills IW4 Mr VVeinstein declared: fhr question before this Committee would seem to be not why should such legislation be enacted bj ihe present Congress, but rather whal possible reasons can there be lor noi enacting it?" The NCRAC leader pointed out that the Republican Party plat fcrm, as early as 1944, pledged "establishment by Feaeia' legislation of a Fair Employment Practice Commission," and th.it, as late as I'M, the Democratic Party platform contained a similar p edge. He charged widespread and often subtly disguised Continued on Page 12-A WASHINGTON — ( J TA i — Sen. loscph S. Clark, ot Pennsylvania. reminded the Senate this week that Jews and Jewish-owned continue to have ditliU'rVJS rVilNSfUN speaks for NCRAC Prejudice at Lowest Ebb, Expert Tells AJCommittee LOS ANGELES—(JTA)—Religious prejudice is less now than evei before in American history. John Cogley. ot the Fund lor the Republic's Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, asserted here this week Speaking at a session of the American Jewish Committee's national executive board, he said that inter Engineers Stage Walk Out; Strike Leaves Israel Powerless sVI\ UTAh-Spurninj re fork appeals irom Israeli officials, the Engineers Union was its strike tor higher pay this week with plans for a i' : "-"-M\e shutdown Ol electric Power stations Tin6.000 striking engineers, chemists, architects and agronohc are employed In go* md public institutions fislitinu as much to establi -h that professionals %  better pay than those uch qualifications as for As the strike continued, the %  lip between public management and the strikers widened. Prime Mmist., David Ben Gurion led | n cr.tics. He told Israel's Par'"ment that the would take to insure dri ". Israel's Labor Federation, but most members of the Engineers Union are holding last to demands lor a 11' J %  increase Thai was the figure at which Rassco settled with Its union mem hers. Peace returned to one area ol Israel's troubled industrial relations when a three year dispute between the government and Israel's high school teachers was settled Abba Eban, Minister o. Continued on Page 1I-A religious cooperation was on the increase among both leaders and peoples of all faiths in western society'. He emphasized that the trend was marked by frank discussion of differences among religious groups rather than an attempt to gloss them over. "AM over the nation, Chrisitans and Jews, Protestants and Catholics, believers and non-believers, are meeting to discuss questions of common concern," he said, "Jewish writers are contributing to Christian publications, both Catholic and Protestant, and Christians art called in to address Jewish gatherings." lie said questions dividing Continued on Page 5-A re American Usir.e-1 %  i : in s in travel an I trade relaii ns with Arab countries. It is a -ad fact that Americans oi Ihe Jewish faith." Sen. Clark "are barred Irom visiting Jor%  r. though US. tax dollars •••I-. rv< rite hall ol the budgel ol that nation, and Jordan can ill afford to turn away potential earnIrom tourism The. Pennsylvania Democrat ur^ed that "full farce ond effect" fce. givon a 196D Democratic Platform pledge which asked "proection of rights of American ci'iiens to travel, to pursue lawful trade, ard to engage in other lawful activities abroad without distinction to race or religion." ?en tor referred to an article the matter written bj his Pennsvlvania colleague, Thomas K. Morgan, chairman of the House Foreign Allans Committee, in the November, i%i issue ol the "Committee Reporter." monthly organ of the American Jewish Committee, and asked thai it be inserted %  a Ihe Congressional Record. Sen. Jacob JavitS, ol New York, in a speech on the Senate lloor. meanwhile called Israel's trial of Adolt Eichmann ""one oi the most historic events ot our times" and predicated "it will be studied for many decades as a landmark in the efforts of mankind to bring about a rule of law to replace a rule of force as the final arbiter of i or destiny." Sen. Javits said the "•major significance" Of the trial is that it established the fact that "the individual is entirely responsible for his acts with respect to the laws of humanity" and thai "he cannot escape his personal responsibility for violations Of the laws of humanity by incriminating others, by claiming superior orders or by plea ii"~ tear." Blum Family Sues Publisher Oi Encyclopedia PARIS— iJTAiA sun claim % 10.000 0 mes in damages I.helmof the name %  ici was heard ir I court here this week Thi iced that judgment v d i : Fell '24 The suit had beer, brought I t ihe family ul the late M and bj an organization called "The \--: the information offici varia, enag.ng in bus.ness, and a "d various public and municipal bodies employing the strik5 de "ounced the walkout. on r for a seven percent boost of the Bavarian slate government drawing a pension as a former general. While h? was never tried for his role in the "final solution" cf the Jewish problem through their annihilation, he did serve a prison serterce after being convicted by a German court for participating in medical experiments on human beings, including Jews, at the Dachau concentration camp. Given a fouryear labor camp sentence, he was released in 1949. Durii thi N II r e m !> e r : V\ ar Crimes trials. Wolf I testil ••Hitler knew nothing aboul I \ murder ol ihe Jew s He m this statement as Ihe perse:. at times during the Nazi reg acted as liaison officer bel ween Hitler and Heinrich Himmler. cl of the notorious Gestapo which directed the mass annihilation o: Continued on Page 3-A



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the iJJi ovnan s "World I I •' I 'I l U.i I .1' I I ~<3fewish Floridian by ISABEL GROVE lovelj ring for the fourth fingei lefl hand oi Dorothy '/.. ent bj Andrew Harris, ol Miami B..:. lad I travel all lo Okinawa to find her Sh< teaching at thi Sukira ementar) School in il H American Dep ndent! Schoolprothere for the second yeai But s hi me i.:i" 'liture bridegroom will meet his fiancee in Hawaii, where be married and spend the r h me; i n n in June On %  turn to Miami Beach, the bride-clecl's mother, Mr-. Goldic %  ol Normandie Isle, will give ; %  recep.ion n their honor jhtful | arty in honor of (he ei i i m< nl ol Sandra S•. i pK-. Mr. Irs Samuel Schwarti and the Louis Bertmans Others b si wishes were the Jame\ ibotts. th< i arrj Zucker. Mrs. David Winter, and Mrs. Raymond Lipp Both teach. Dad) count) Sandra and Stan! > • ill saj "I do" >..i ;i at Temple Torah. with a reception fol .: Chandlers. i ? ra Kraus ; %  r. Brusslin. • g in circles iMrs Elsie I! Levin Somewhat liameter than -i\ globe-circling trips -he has made, her I• %  %  : started in home town. San Francisco, touched down at • Mlanta, Jax and Palm Beach Allowed for 10 days Ethel Schonfeld Gerson in Coral ('.aides and continued vacas, to paint and study al the University oi Mexico li i her ol pharmacj at 'he Hampton Pharmaceutical t %  Massachusetts, Elsie's interest in oil and canvas didn't I .' 'he was in her 8f>'s Lots IB aWit" in the family S isan Blanc's first novel, 'The Green Stone has won aim and will be made into a movie .i nmunal workers in the Greater New York area. Rhines, at the Sterling tor their seasonal sojourn Belma Oritl entertaining her HICK and nephew, Mr. and Ruttenberf 6t San Antonio. Tex. -e for Louis K. and Lie Goldman, of Granada blvd.... Maury Goldman, here from Cleveland, 0., with his wife HI liter and son-in-law Eileen and Richard Pacus, with I Beth Sharon, who have lefl the -row behind in N.Y. nter visitors at the Abbe) hotel. Mr and Mrs Julius Haber, I) returned in m Israel, are going back there for the •i holidays Daughter and son-in-law Hannah and Dov !'<.'.. ho live in Tel Aviv, greeted a new arrival, Jonathan, three a co lie joins brothers Michel, 10 and Don. whose Bar nil be celebrated during his grandparents' visit Mr orkii i inthird book, i< the author ol the popular i > <>i .in American Zionist" %  i t) five years ol wedded bliss lor Fanny and Alfred Reich She's the president of BB Women District 5, he ithe insur" itive Married on Jan i!4. 1937 in New York, the > havi lived here for 21 of these years, will celebrate an Oneg Shabbal on Friday evening at Temple Judea (hi occasion will be son and daughter-in-law Robert and !'. ;t Louis, M'.. mowill probably toast hi.grandparents %  i A ;h his formula. \ hite Mowers, silver and gold bells, golden tassels pairs oi lovi birds decorated the Frunikes home when Mel and %  entertained al a family dinner party lor Judith Ann Rood, \-' :: rr) %  • -• Sydnc) s Tranin An accordionist entertained • all twenty-eight of Ihem Two cakewere the 1 er ol the da) One ator Judy and Sydney, and the) wedding music The other cake was for Nick and Souvorin, who were celebrating their anniversary The have just returned mm a trip to Orlando, where the> il the :ime with the Steven ( am. is. who moved there • hard and Naomi Fink had company Naomi's brother fife, Lee, and Betty Zimnu-r came calling He is a nd television personality, appearing on the Dobie GUlis Thej did the town in red. purple and green, but what %  > enjoyed the most was this: playing with their niece and l: • w %  •'• lane, profe-sor of psychology ai the Universit) of v 81 had a wonderful vacation He came to visit his "'" • Mrs. Kavmond) Rubin Ray and Del had Invited | w< : exchange students lor dinner The) were young ''' Paris and Argentina, who are teaching school in Veru guessed it. 11 was a lovelj vacation for all of Ht %  M Famil) and children's Service will present %  series oi three disc on children. First program ol the Family Lite %  c ation inw ill concent rate the preschool child Program will • held Wednesday, 10 a. m at (he home of Mrs. Alvin Cassel. .Mj Sami '.. dr.. Baj HeightDts, ssion lei der will be Robert Segal. A session on the school age child %  i I be h Id Thursday. Feb. 15, \i a m ..*. the home of Mrs. B Ion G Idstein, 36 W. Rivo Mto dr. Ivan C< hen will serve as expert. M'ss Esther Lowenthal. casework supervisor for Jewish Family and Child: i Service, will lead iscussion Ol the adolescent child the home ol Mrs, Ge v. ai M Bay Heights dr., i n irge ol reservations for the sineMrs Marvin C.iliman. 9371 s.\V 52nd :. i dassah's achievements, it has demonstrated what an organization of volunteer women can do ir the American tradition, to help people of another country help then selvi s, Miss Goodman declared, Highlight of the afternoon will !x> a fashion show featured'by Jordan Marsh. Program chairman, Mrs Harm .t Becker man, has announced thai gue.-t speaker will be Rahbi Iteon Kaonish, Ol Temple Beth Sbolom. A musical program will be given by Barnett Breeskin, director of thi Miami BeacJi Civic Orchestra, who will perform violin workb) Camille Saint Scans, Johannes Brahams, and Henri Vicuxtemps, to be accompanied by .Martin Godwin. Joseph Malek. tenor, will i fter a '.reap of Hebrew and E li-h melodies Hiaccompanist will Stern. Fashion Show Next Month vl -\a:..: chapter of B'nai B'rith en Ail! hold its fourth anual fashion show on Feb. 13 at the ; i aw ille hoti I "Surprise" will be the theme the fashion show. The chaptet a i Jo)" photo contest i ill d during the even* J



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f. jL-M/\v Mrs. Hartz looked as cute as a button in an adorable vivid print Certainly, she didn't look anywhere near her eighty six years. Sidney Leteourt ard his Sylvia came hurrying in. Sylvia wearng black with pearls. That "little black dress" w: s much in evidence ail evening. and Zer.ia Weir.kle and Man Norma Weink .:. Mrs. Albert Dubbin le : l their %  •-• during .Permission to a ••-. : friends Rabbi and Mrs : %  Shaj ro were greeted everj where. Mr. and Mrs. Irving I ..• stopped to greet Ted B< rman. Mrs. Davis wearitj a black suit Just meant to show ': unusjal stickpins. Harry "Pop" Simon. Mr. and Mrs .Morris Rabinowitz, and Mrs. Jer.I.iie Seitlin enjoyed every minute oi I the show. as. did Nat and Annette j Pollock, and Mr. and Mrs. Max lacobson. Home Auxiliary Meets Tuesday Greater Miami Women's Auxihary, Jewish Home for the Aged, will held its monthly meeting and de-sert coffee on Tuesday noon at the Algiers hotel, with Mrs. Lawrence Silverman presiding. Mrs Morris Dubler will give the invocation, Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program coordinator, has planned a musical afternoon with Joseph Malek,' tenor, and Olga Bibor Stern Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! NG Salt NO Sugar NO Spices 1; NO Shortening' T*JL> I MGXD&+_^ uM^L^UO/ TxuXb HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS HEALTH FCCD A*.AD£ WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT # NO SUGAR NO SYRUP USED ASK FCR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE tO' I %  da)! I Z Oz.,60z., and 10 Oz. jars. Ge1 today's Instant ".' Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new ioi! CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE GENERAL FOOOS CORP W w a ^n ii.v.wJtw.* For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of theme..,: In 1 lb. ar.d 2 ib. cans.



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Fnday. January 28. 1962 • Jmist fhridtair Page 11-B Gcry Graffman To Perform With UM Orchestra : j Graffnan. .'.2 year-old nist, will appear with rsity of Miami Symphony 1 Feb. 4 an.! .i. rep! ic( !" • -• .1 1 ies Klein. noi Hed his entire lour • the illn s • oi h moll %  ... ed 1 %  : lati \ ffman." nascr Marie \ l y ol ; s will %  ir i • .-. 1 ;: ,).: form th dr.v c • ..v pin Concerto 1 ml r with F .bie.i j I -; ing the 1 nitra. ;l He n ,: : rova at the 1 la! r %  i h Rud II I \ I : / \: • ght, he ma e Ins offi 1 • %  1: with the Philadelphia %  •( under Fabien Sevitat ten appeared i ;h Se11 : Itae Indianapolis Syni. 1 rchestra. .! the most widely traveled • sis on ihe concert stage today. has in the past five years 1 seven European tours, two :h American lours, and one ralhon round-the-world tour. : 1 laudits from London to Kong to Australia. Sisterhood Will Play Active Part In Friday Service .... id Sisterhood will parti Friday evening si rBeth David synag gue at %  lax .1 soi %  vi greetings for th ai t 1 • %  in ". .; • ; Ihi ..-.. which %  < i..: I • 1 ( a • • %  ., hi r an Other S tei : %  pai' icipa • i Goldberg Nor s< > mour Kaplan, S r, Lewis Ster I :, si Miss Donna <.'•< %  bliss Barbara Cypen will r William Lips 1 New Library For Miami Beach ... bef %  > Miami its new library • %  m [1 .' el] a ... litonum Ml'-. indl : eal b( imfront of the exis 2100 Collins ave an :: .1 111. h Oka, with an as: Miami Beach, Nicki l niversity of .Miami stuMiami Beach's official I •>--. will turn the first thi : radii lunal golden 1 H-l Bbk Wop in Review -'• %  rhood ol Temple Beth Shirah %  •' covered dish luncheon (1 £** oeadaj noon at the home %  M iriam Spnjberg. 3900 liar '-W*! Cables Rabbi Morns ^P. ^ritual leader of Beth ShJb Je ^ • Wview the book. "GoodtH f^JWM "Tender is the Night." F. Scctt Fitzgerald's romantic drama about a psychiatrist who marries one of his pctients and the complications that foliow ;s now startina its second week at the Carib, Miami. Miracle and 163rd Street Theatres. The lilm, in color, lectures Jennilei Jones. Jcson Robards, jr., and Joan Fontaine. [ n the now appearing at the Roosevelt Theatre, Charltcn Hesto:: cs the Cid captures a group of Mcc:. !ers but rele ises them when they premise never to wcr cr. Spain a |< I U % %  • • 1' • %  em goes back c^_ ,, ... o< ITS 0: t ol the arect scer.es of the %  :. the massive fccttie at Val acia. m, Chicaqo Opeia Ballet will appear at Miami Beach Auditorium on Tuesday evening. Jan. 30. as the secend program in the Community Concert Assn. series for 1961-62 Shown are Kenneth Johnson and Sonia Arova. among the ballet performers who will be seen during the evening s fare, which includes "Camille." Pas de Deux from r.ower Festival from Genzano." and "Fledermaus." Maurice Schwartz Film Featured on Leon Schachter's Yiddish-American Vaudeville Show this week at the Cinema Theatre will in Jackie Henkin, comedian; Eddie Michaels, Polish Italian Can' torial singer; Dolores Dean, popular songstress. Maurice Schwartz will appear in the screen presentation of "Tevya and Ili> Daughter." Dudaim Now At Israel Revue unable j oung men, who rocki ed to fame in Israeli enter tammenl circles, stepped mto the lion in tinMonte Car In hoti I-i aeli re\ ue, "The Land 1 ; Milk and Honey." Du aim a singing-performundi r 10k the ifficull as %  ana D mjri in the she leave tor a week to mlfill two prior mitments in 1 hie; • %  lown into Mian : cob Baal-Teshuva Bernard Cohen, direct from their rtci i reak ng engagement at the Playl .. 1 'lub, also in Chicago, rhi young men. Ben Amdursky Adam Gurion, who profession ily call themselves, the Dudalm 1 after a Biblical flower), experit need a rapid rise to stardom. Beth Shirah Picks Advisers %  the ad\ isory counih Shirah wen %  Thej II serve <>i". the coum l R il %  Morris Skop and I < tlieb ,ven Hei rj Hai Roth, J. W. Ban s, Dr, Leo Martin, Di -. hae< li r. Lee Aaronson, Harry Burak. Mrs, Jack Somberg, Louis v;ie.:.. and Dr. David Markenson, Ed Feldstein was appointed to the founders plaque chairmanship and Fred stone to membership 1 hairmanship. A 75-name memorial electric 1 en presented to the Pi mpli W Grossman in memf his late wife, Mrs Augusta Grossman which will be unveiled at .. mi • ting 1 f the congregation ic b I in Suniland Hall. Alien Deadline Nearing Here Edward P Ahrens, district directoi t the Immigration and Naturalization Service, this week urged all aliens in Florida who have net yet filled out alien address report forms to do so before Jan 31 at the nearest Immigration and Naturalization Service office or local post oftice. The immigration offieial pointed out that the law requires all noncitizens, except persons in diploI matic status, foreign representatives to certain international organizations, such as the United Nations, and aliens here temporarily as agricultural contract work ers. to report their addresses to the U.S. Government each January "The parent or legal guardian of an alien child under 14 years of age must fill out the address re port form for such a child in order to comply with the law." Ahreni said. tktVJI Freddy Ross 'Blithe Spirit 1 Opener Slated Ushering in the New Year at the Gallery Playhouse in Coral Gables is Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit," slated for an 8:30 p.m. curtain on Wednesday. Jan. 31. The drawing room comedy is being mounted by veteran director Sid Casell, and finds Ken Taylor, Jacquebeth Taylor and Norma Buss in featured roles, Fiii rmances of "Blithe Spirit" will be given at the Playhouse, 211 (Jira la in the Cables, every Thursday. Friday a 11 d Saturday hi after the opening, concluding 16 mini S Murra Franklin, on the loo 1 fi 1 aj lo step up his lauj 1 1 utput, has added Boston con Freddy Ross, to his rostei ot laugh-provokers. Ross whosi corned] style fits ihe unpredictable hellzapoppin' format a: Murray Franklin's tun house, has a devastmg effect on tl e audiences. The popular New Englan-Jer, who holers the record for being the most held-ovcr comedian in the business, was engaged for what is a supposedly limited appearance. But if history repeats itself, the hooking may turn out o be an extended one. —S.T. !\'.',: .V*S U Glamorous Rosita Davis, rect from the New York I Quarter, is currently appe... %  ing at Hampton House wi Rector Bailey and his trio. A former vocalist with Duke Ellington's band, she started her career as a dancer. The statuesque blond beau:;; swings in the manner of Ella Fitzgerald. Showtimes era 10 p.m., midnight, and 2 a.an. Asako Tomita. Japanese mezzo-soprano. will be presented in recital Monday evening by the Suriside Music Society ... Sklar Auditorium of Temp.3 Ner Tamid. Accompanist will be Esther Barrett. Miss Tomita has scheduled a program of folk songs. n



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Friday. January 26. 1962 fJewisti fh>rSdiair) Page 9-A RIZONS %  WM I •• ,* I <• I > •• %  *• • ?f • • &f > # |>1M • > r? [12 i Ambassador Ccmay to Address Leadership Dinner Feb. 11 1,000 CA1LS BIT Agency Board ushers In P^oa-a-Thon beneGreater ei i ion are ay in I he r task ol c'rs for thi (Sen..: on Dn ision of Ihe timed .1. wish Appeal. ntatives ol jew i li VoSi r\ .>•('. Jewish H • m e \ i Great) r Miami Jew: 1111n; i > Center, Jewish %  and Children's Service, Bureau ol J wish Educahavi launch) il a virtual .i lh. in" Irom Federation from oae to three •• each, these agency i nbers have made more 1.000 plume tails in search •! unti1 r workers. Neal Hi lier, General chairman, said that btained in ties manner back bone of this por• campaign." Women Vow Increased Aid To CJAppeal %  r V %  < el the Women's Di\ isBtl2 ( ombined Jew .sh rd the New Horizons" i eeting in the Algiers week, and responded sticall> to the call for inti ipation. en Mrs. Inez Kren"i • Carl Wrinkle prohi meeting ol more %  ul standing women lead| ird Dr Arieh Plotkin, •" %  li lecturer and experi li Easl affairs, outline cosl ill immigran 1 1 i(here i reate: %  Dr. Plotkin said igranls are arrivini we still have t.i com iob of absorbing hen ousands -it (be earlier into our economy." S Rosichan, executive ol the Greater Miami "delation, described thi % local needs of the grow community. \ community's needs grow \ the community," Rosichan 'he coming years will -ec ev n greater business and inu*inal growth in this area, and "" must hi ready for it" Plans for an all-out campaign by the Construction, Allied Industries and Real Estate Division are being discussed by these top leaders, left to right are James M. Albert, Builders group cochairman; Max Goldstein, division co-chairman; David F'ceman, division co-charman; and Hyland Rifas, chairman of the Trades and Professions Council. Leadership of the Construction. Allied Industries and Real Estate Division of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal confer, left to right are Arthur M. Shandloff, Builders group co-chairman; Martin B. Goodman, division vice chairman; and Nat Ratner, Real Estate group co-chairman. New Horizons in th* Construction, Allied Trades, and Real Estate Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal are being dseussed by these two leaders. Thev are Howard M. Duniv (left), Architects group chairman, end Harold J. Segal, Real Estate group co-chairman. Men's Units Lining Up Behind CJA Men's organizations of the Greater Miami community are rallying hehind the 11162 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, according to Daniel Neal Heller, General Solicitations chairman. •A. Bodd Cutler, chairman ot the Men's Division, has reported < xcellent results in recruiting organizations needed to give our campaign a broad base."' Heller said. Already lined up behind the CJA are such groups as the Zionist organizations, headed by Bernard Katz, and the B'nai B'rith groups he.'ded In Edward Stern. Greater Miami posts of the Jewish War Veterans, under the direction ol Ralph Grossman, are also "solidly in the ranks." Heller said Also on the roster are the Israel Histadrut, Workmen's Circle. Greater Miami Jewish Community (':•:•' rr. and the American Jew ish Coni i ess v under way in the recruiting ul campaign workers are the in. n's clubs ami broiherhoods of the Greater Miami temples. Heli. r added. On Guard Day and night, around Ihe cn'endar. the agency aftili ates of the Greater Miami I e w i I h Federation are on guard to serve >"0U in the fields ol health, welfare, education, family counseling, assistance to the aged, and ethers. %  The Nation Eyes Miami, Kovens Says Ambassador Michael Coma', representative from Israel to the d Nations, will address he 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal Ini.ial <.;itdinner Feb. n In the Americana Hotel CJA Chairman Cal Kovens -.i .1 the scheduled appearance here oi Comay "points up the tremen oi importance attached to the Greater Miami campaign by our national leaders •"Ambassador Coma y. of course, is in great demand all over the country," Kovens said. "The tact that he has chosen lo address our meeting in Miami is a singular honor for this community." Born in Cape Town. South Africa m 1908. Comay received h's B.A. and LL.B. degrees from the University of Cape Town and subsequently was a Barrister ol the Supreme Court. During the Second World War. he served with the South African Armed Forces in the Middle Fast Theater and in the United Kingdom, with the rank of major In 1946. Mr Comay settled in Palestine and served there as a special representative of the South African Zionist Federation. He was also attached to the Political Department of the Jewish Agency, carrying out special missions to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. He served as a stall advisor to the Jewish Agency Delegation lo the UN in 1947 48. and became a member of Ihe first Israel Delegation to the United Nations in 1948. Upon, the establishment "t the State of Israel, he was appointed director of the Commonwealth Division at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. In 1959. he was promoted to the rank of assistant director gl : eral. From 1953 to 1957, he represented Israel in Canada, first with the rank of Minister, and subsequently as Ambassador MICHAEL COMAY



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Friday January 26. 1962 few*** fbrMfi+n Page 7 A TOWER OF THRIFT You Are Invited To Our Party! MAIN OFFICES 4C1 LINCOLN ROAD MALL It wos just ten yeors ogo-on January 30, 1952 — that Miami Beach Federal Sav.ngs ond Loan Association opened its South Shore Branch. H k c e ; ^ SSOC tlon is celebrating the birthday from Monday, January 29 a"; 29th andlbth ^ ~ ?" h USe n M nd y nd TuesdQ ^ W Old ond new friends are invited to drop in ond be greeted by Marcus 0 Sorokm and his staff. Refreshments will be served during the open house at 755 Washington Avenue. Growth during the years has been so substantial that in 1958 the South 5hore office moved from its original quarters at 665 Washington Avenue into its own handsome new building at the present address. The ten-year-old office now has more than 12,000 savings accounts for a total of approximately $37 m.llion. From the day of its opening, the office has steadfastly supported the growth and revitalization of the area, and its dealings with individu als has put the emphasis on friendly, helpful 'service. BIRTHDAY GIFTS In connection with it tenth birthday observance. MBF's South Shore Branch is sayinR Happy Birthday to the youth of the area. All boys and girls in the South Shore area (South of Lincoln Road) who become ten years old on January 29th or January :10th are invited to attend the open house on those days and receive a birthday gift. The birthday boys and girls must brinjtheir birth certificates with them in order to be eligible for the Rift. MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL SOUTH SHORE OFFICE 10th ANNIVERSARY EDITION l'.Njt i :r> %  • >(•. Happy. Bbdkdaif Jo Ibu! I n-jT-mm V ., n Miami Reach Federal built this home for its South Shore branch at 755 Washington Avenue in IKS it was the first new commercial building that had been erected in the area in twenty years. tEMER FAMILY 0-ENS hi ACCOUNT AT SOUTH SHORE Ac %  ml No 1 at K •' I Sou %  B • re Mr. • %  i I.i rners '' ere Iro n N< York, perated a restaurant, e Famous Resta irant lungton Avenue, ol the i k • ri 1 ni is. a< i, the Fato its name, and a some 1 nal, or international ce" floe n't drop in to dine. Hi.-h.ird Tucfcer, Sophie Ticker. Joo •'• •' i RthSgiO, Harry Al Burnett. (British m First savers at Miami Beach Federal's South Shore branch when it opened ten years ago — Ruth and Morris I-erner. t I 1 1 I t I6' I! %  arlo), Gener-il RCA, Col, Jake Arvny A of the rag .rners recall. son, Dr Bur. i ;now :'.>;,• [wo r "'' %  nor -'.ill Bhrtner, an Elk, mem" WashinRton AvenueShore Association, B'nai MfSURED i •flT *". >|R %  "UPS Zionists. Miami Beach THX,,ri Association, and the Ml•"" fcach Chamber oj Commtrct. First borne of MBF s South shore Branch at 605 Washington Avenue. Opened Januai \ W, IWJI '"•'"H FloridimCI..UDE A. RENSHAW MITCHELL UOI.FSOX SALUTE TO SOUTH SHORE In celebrating the tenth birthday of its South Shore Office, the directors and officers of Miami Beach Federal take th I opportunity to salute the citizens of the area. Miami Beach Federal has had a close bond with the So th Shore area of Miami Beach ever since its headquarters were located there in 1937, in the old Cinema Theatre Buildinir-.it 1243 Washington Avenue. These ties continued after the main office was moved'to its present location. The Association evidenced its faith in Mie, future of South Shore when the branch office was opened there ten years ayo. Events proved the move justified The growth ol the office led. in 1958. to the building of the present quarters. At the time it was built, it was the first new commercial Structure that had been erected in the area in twenty years. Miami Beach Federal salutes a stable community, the foundation on which the present prosperity of Miami Beach was built. The Association also salutes a dynamic community, whtch is not content to remain just the "old" South Beach, but < moving forward to become a "new" South Shore. This nev era has already begun. Your community lenders, with the support of the citizenry, are planning ahead bnd working ahead toward the revitalization of South Shore. With a continuing program of development that will make the most of its natural advantages, the area may well become, a> its planners envision, the most beautiful place in the world in which to live ami work. Miami Beach Federal is proud to be so much a part of South Shore, and looks forward to future decades of m itual growth and cooperation. CLAUDE A. RENSHAW PRESIDENT r~ MITCHEl I. WOLFSON CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD BAR MIT2VAH GIFTS As part of its birthday celebration. South Shore Brunch Is gh ing gifts to all boys in the Smith Shore who have or will become Bar Mttivah on Jan. 20, 27, or Feb. 3. MBF, in sharing its birthday with these voung people, hopes to inculcate in them early the habit of thrift, and to introduce them to the pleasures of saving. YOUR "JEST 4 i/. at PER 71 /0 ANNUM DIVIDENDS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR AT MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL



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./-:. %  ^^^T^^aSS**:' 53ir.3;f£'( J %  ?-•---S3 +JeistfkriJiarr Friday, January 26. 1962 franc** — e hman We the Women % %  / • %  i ... .-. .-. .--.' • • %  -..,--... %  -'. %  ..." %  %  ~. • %  -....%  • r ft,; j .** %  %  %  • IV. ; • -. : ; •' >' • • %  '. • ... ] -. ". .• • :. .. fSSM K %  • • %  : % %  •' •' ;.: > %  %  %  • -' '-• ... • :. I "• %  "•" — • ... ; • v ^-; raj.: > ..;.-. \ .• ---.' Mm tfcJi .": %  %  %  ? %  • ; ( 3BMa pears -;• Jenti -.;? •* a *•* *> i Gompers, Dvoor Exchange Vows Rabbi N S --.. %  ....... L %  • : ... ers .. -. : it *a ; • %  _. % %  %  -.::..-..." •„ %  -. IT Bei %  %  ~ s • f S .... \ r %  •• -•..' %  Frari %  ".--. %  • • I -• per* > Her SOB :.:.. % Phi S ~. TM s :• he R*r J -" reeefoaa sspper --• %  -• i • %  ....-"" : %  > : %  :." % %  •..wmrs • • %  %  ; • : :' %  .. I %  Mrs. s. %  ...'-•. %  .%  %  < %  ..,.•-_• %  i • .'•...• • .. %  \' %  r %  .. • • • -• ; • •. • '* • %  • %  r .i %  • • %  *' • %  •.'.-. %  ... • %  Am • ••. %  •* WMhW VMM i %  %  ... t.-..,.,Immctn • • at • %  i. m y '• I EMJrv c>ooa Mrs Sai ....... j ... >, j where %  • r'o l ical %  ;: egr. %  ; • i I i at l froni ... TS .._ %  I ....,,.. • .-: •.,:: n scho v h?re ho • narketing n i r lie >vas : ir.ding member of Tau Dita senid a\ice counsi I ... rnitj F irmei ly with L Z* r and o % %  X.J., h^ ilj on the executive staff %  tb lacks i Byron chain. After an extended t-iur of San '_iPuerto Rico, and Jamaica. •--, yweds will live en Miami Miss Solloway Plans for June 3 MrBeatrice Soilnway. 2271 SW ltth ter, announces the engagemi nt of her daughter. Harriet Toby, • \'e York City, to Arnold Ely .n. on "t Mr. and Mrs. Beri;uisio. Astoria, NY. \!.-. Solloway ii also the daughIcr of Henry K solloway. of 1403 : ourtf) Club BudOk Coral Gables. Miss Solloway was graduat" I Miami 3enior Hi?h School, she belonged to Tri Belj Council. While In nun school, the ias pre-ident of Greater Miami \ r.g Judaea She attended New y r j L.'f.iversitJ where *h" was • ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi. and •_..., lua'e .: ;ne Univert il l;ami. ; bride ele I was employed by Coun y p^rk and Recre%  ;2ht at Ever. Eiementarj at I la present. litorial assistanl and priva e .;> for 'iiRadio Free Euin N'e* York (,.--.:rec ived BU BS a I ;. jrees I om Tulanc Univi r tere he % % %  •• a member of v iilon Pi. He was city direeI • ,-:. nisi Youth Comm tA-hile in No Orleans At p ent, he is • Oliver Cromwell G^rArnold Biological Felio* at 3ro\n University, working towards a PhD degree in biology. Mr. Gussin hataught al Brown ai d at Bryant College He ii .1 iti member of S;?ma X.. a student member ot the American -. piety of Zoologists. The couple are planning to be wed June 3 in New York. Fleishmans Will Live tr Miami re • length gown : i. • %  Postelnek rria :• to Fred Fleish: %  'vening, Jan 13, bi Norman N. I the ceremony, I IJ %  11 ci ption the bride's -imaid ol honor '• Ii • 1 rr> (iubcrrni K wa.s • %  • Mrs 1.0 in ('0 M %  I riej Scudy, Kmily %  %  la 1 Ii liman, I hi' : %  %  i'i ... 1. |>i di • a (•'Irishman wan I • sti. i ilh-n David Kdi I n Dob %  T Il.ii \ 1 v .( i.|\ mui 1, ,| N > a l .1 %  ush< 1 11 1 Mi 1 I'l A 12ml hi M„ I HI 1 nun ii, •!, 1 d( ll I UII llll I ,' M 1 -. I, 1 m l 1 of llir hi 1 liih .""• Ml 1 .'I ,1r I. ,, 1 '" %  mil 1 Mi. 1 .1 hi 111 y mi.01 mi -i „,| IP vi 1111 %  u| • ,,1 1,,, at 2-Hi ,\ .',:l, -i Workshop Sets Tot Standards Work-hop or. educational gam* fi 1children aje 3 to 5 was beid at r; cent meeting here at CitrusGrove Elementary School Sponsoring organization was tfie South Florida Assn on Children I'nder six Mrs Ethel Grossman, supervisor ot the early child development program of the Grenor Miami Jewish Community Center. is president of the ass-^eiation Participants included Mrs Grossman: Mrs. Beverly Yelen. teackei of the Southwest YMHA Brar.cb; Mrs Miriam Harris, head teacher at the branch; Mrs Gertrude Weiss, teacher, and Mrs He let: Weinstock, head teacher. Miami Beach YMHA Branch arxi llT^ Irene Pieper, teacher. Sooth*e;t I'.i .1: i h ARt YOU LONtir? Ar you a re(i4. rei#*iih! but lonely unittaclifd prn mrn •*• would oppreciot* nt h'fdikl^i wih lhos of itrkt mi l l ethics -.om" c'-je bracVet ani tI HI GRAPEFRUIT $A50 ^^^^^ lu, I.I L %  x a(a II in : y ii \ eeeCNi w Ft 4-2710 HI 4 1713 1/Ht II1CAYNI BOULEVARD wv. r-...,. .„, „,, nrl



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? %  -..'*':~^ %  ;£'\..;/: TC; .^ .t*^ l E gpJ g *^ T --r'y j t!-. 7 =.-. I P.-ce :C-A 9-Jeniitfkrk/tsr Friday, January 23 1362 I 5owef Espionage Charges Denied Z~.~.z.-.-.z '-%  •--. .-."--.'.: :.--.ZT. here Courses Slated AtBethTcrah Open House af Center %  %  %  i %  -. %  l. ;. • %  T -.' IS to 1C IS p ~ Giants c. .. :r leraK -<• -. = c< <<-ec w Hi 'revolv "9 focu •• crabbit = r 3 act community le: .-;-'. Mi'tr a ncludf Jew -.: -' ; r;m meiitvi '; modem mes open 1 I • Levenscn Heads Reform Campaign %  %  %  %  • • : : :. • %  -. %  :: Ti II %  %  %  lack I LevBi H DIVIDENDS THE RATE GOES UP Every sa/er looks forward to earning divides ... and the higher the rate, the I app e' the sa/er. Now. WASHINGTONFEDERAL makes thousands cf savers happy with the news that their savings Bt WASHINGTON FEDERAL will begin to zz-r annual dividends at a new h.gh anticipated rate of 4-4% starting January 1st. And, from January 1st. dividends will be pa T and compounded 4 times a r! 'pen your insured WASHINGTON FEDERAL savings account now and begin to earn d-vidends at 4-,V% per year... ps d and compounded quarterly. Savings received on or before Monday, Janu / • r d H il earn a full month's dividend from January 1st. Open or add to your account at any cf our 3 convenient offices, 6r, if you prefer, sa,e t, r But start earning your C\~:----..'/. 1701 M.,,„,.n An ue 1244 Wa^^.^&Y lardy D^.N All Utkii: JWtnen S-MS2 MCOOOeDON A.THU. H CCUMHON •,* CtaHTiwml ^m Pse M %  •,i n net Israi • %  mid. i %  : %  8 S Par*. I stating • hi rat • %  %  %  I The press in Israel came out Sunday w'rh sharply-worded art'e'es against — I latest Soviet campi ?• aga"-it Jews in the Sc. r Union. Davar. organ of tha Histedrut, Israel s Federation of Labor, said in an editorial: The deliberate tendency in Rus: commu: :. has f the Temple Beth Am dinner or. behalt : I %  : t was am I i Herbert Baumgard. spirit if ;he congregation. .:-sure t h e success of the which each year launches r Miami Israel B-.rii • I fort, a sroup of congregation lead• rha\e been named to serve with Dr Perlmutter on the dinner comThry ar, David J Light, honorary dinner chairman; Herman W Feldman. honorary vice chairman; Johua J vice chairman: Robert II the congre'. Hhil:p : lub; Mrs J ishua J, IS nan. ai : %  1 I I event on behalf of I • r m the G Miami i nndemned ir. I itatesie Hadassah conference no. place in Ne.\ York The Statement was made by Mr-. Herrr.in Shulman. former presidenl o; Hada. sah. in the cnur^t f her MldretJJ dt the confercr c The American Jc*f*t ten?r'->.^ similarly, conricn-'tii the ehavgegl made In Moscow and described.I them as "anothf: .-'.cp ir. the relentless Soviet ca-ipaigr. to dcstroy the last rc-rr;.; ins Inks Between Jews in MM Soviet I lion and their co-religionists n other parts •• the world." TN AJC ncre Masexecuti tor i ition Welcome Wagon celebrates the arrival of each new baby with a friendly call—with a basket of gifts and congratulations of the entire community. Be sure to tell Welcome Wagon of the arrival of every new baby in your life. HI 84994



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Friday. January 26. 1962 •, *r • *"*.#: flir.irirllfori Paae 15A. LEGAL NOTICE rHECOUNTN JUDGES COURT IX NO 'O.-i 3ADE COUNTY. FLORID^ IN PROBATE. No. 54434-B I w.-l HI R L.UB >W NOTICE TO CREDITORS || I All Pi MI I v \ s i l it led and i eCUI ill;.-. >( :i I lil"ll > 1'-' I'I IHC1I II -t ,. %  v rNl'R' HI' HOW ,lL>j County, Ilorhlu, mis i %  igi •'' • Mil"Couu:'. I llII ill ml lurthouBi In I >adi %  .. -i \ .i I.mi, i HI' It..t.-i l. %  • Ul .1'-:i nitw III I'IKIW |.; N rl> uf I I %  !• % %  • 'B UUHOW I '• %  • '-• 'I l K SIPN "' %  v -" x At • • • j | Ti .. %  %  .'i 19-26, .' .'•:' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVE'.TM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AN: FOR 0*OE COUNTY. FLiRlDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 442 ITI \i.) : NT'i v '.W • :f. 1 %  ;! R8RL I I.INToN, I I-NO" CE BY PUBLICATION i% > -nrge t; ..-.->-1 FNjuon, adHd--residence unkii"wn. ar> rej ,. Me your II.-WJT tn the I ,\ mi | %  erk Of the at* serve i % % %  > thereof t" B}<% %  : -hen. Attorney, 1310-11 ConD*mo BY KSNRY LEONARD ^fflrsBt \&i&$fos&teSL I LEGAL NOTICE Sabbath Eve at the Rabbinical Convention C**r. MM< Per — >e>ttli ling, %  r .HI t.i.i. %  r-i r i fh. IMS, ..i else • .• nfreaed. 1 lated I l: 1,1 \ H IRMAN %  it i 'uurl II i' 'oPBLAND, I v l 19-21 LEGAL NOTICF LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C RCUIT COURT CF THE EL?V r NTH JUDiO ilCin -OF FLOR'DAI'J A\O "' 5ACE COUNTY. IfUCMANCE 1 "!. •No GC %  A i: > •. vSSOr >N I %  • \ ALVIN %  MA N K '• •• %  I.:'Nw I ICE OF SU T •I'.i. u.VI.N I M.\L*N I %  I >i-:ii( IKAII MALN K h't* illeni I.. At %  -'• ;.-Calif Yu m In not'I i %  • .1 %  ion has -tit %  i : t ii %  l l.i :i. :i ..I Fin I i.i i. i %  %  • %  %  • %  %  • • '! %  '-• I I •> .. lieu I Ol T B'ock i ••' RS v" N Tl i Tl:i 'I'llAl. I .CATI IS 81 BDlVISiON, nee ir mg • %  thereof, recor • %  •1 In Plai %  l< ,• I'I-II of the I' .'ill iv. irda I ..!, I .iiri; pi i | i Together ••> ith Hot lolnl Rang M I RU %  '\ Hotpolnt Retrfgeruto M BA 0. Ton nre reqnlred to fi'yo anBwer to plaint if fa complaint will lh< | Clerk "i thaforeaaid Court, and %  aerve a cop) thereof upon pla ntlrfs uttorni • MARTI.N I-'I.NK. : i tl r, • • Dude IV leraj Bnl d ng, Miami Florida, not filter th .t. FVbriar> i Kii-. or a Decree Pro Cunfenau will! be entered againsl you I>ate i: Januan 9, \"-'<: lb. I.KATHKKMAN Clerk ••( the <'ir..;t • .rt (.—all l:> : K M I.YMA s. 1 i. :i itv iVerk MARTIN KI\i: Alt II II.-. '.T I'l.iintit'f I ith K -. .. Dad* %  ril ling \1i:in. ..-. h'toridu 1 !:%  •-: %  : Z. 2 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^ Jeff is t fhirUSk i,r solicits ycur legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and cjuarantea accurate service at legal rates Dial I IS 3-4605 fot messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICi: 18 HKRERT (1IVEN thai the undersigned, d firing to engng* In DUkineMi • • lr the fl Utloun name <•! F:AI.T1.M"I:K A"TS .,• J630 COIIiMfi Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida int. nil t- register said aarae u.th thL'i--rk -t' the Cln ni f Court if Dude OountJi llorida. V'ENETIA APT8, INC • K'orlda i nri • %  i i r. < lllbert Benit I *resi leal Atteet: Alan C. Hens, Secretary vRONOVITZ. SILVER* SCHER Attorhe .for Baltimore Ai>r-. U'lT Ain> e> Btiililin* Mi .: %  IS I %  • FR 3-2113 %  88. 2 J-tl-lfi NOT :E U N OER %  STITIOU3 NAME LAW I.ii I <:\ Ui V EN 11 .: Igna it to enga %* •, i i • titloun name d .!•:, I :21 8.W '-'Tin V] ni. Fid ii nd to register m. witl rk ol the 'Ir.i %  nit IMM Ida vKI.i' KINCi '•"' %  ;\ \'i \ KINO %  %  %  STRI %  kppl i %  %  II 1 5-12-19 26 NOTICE UNDER F CTITIOUS NAME LAW ; 18 II %  :-l tllVEN lhal i ne i ng to engage In .nder t' flotltloufl name > %  f \];\.\ BEA '," %  SAI.' >S .it 71R • \. %  h. Florida In• gla ai -nt :> tone with the the Clicjil i' -at t "t I • Ida It r I i i INON *K BRETON [!ITI MAND [> for r %  Breton, • [| I BBAI • .-Al.' N P U Bm I 26, 2 2-9-16 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i ITU 'i: 18 HEREB1 ISIVKN thnt | .'. %  •• {i -I % %  | Ii buaine-H under the flctitio tiunu \ AiMl it 74"' s W S2it I Avi nilSo • Ml iml, 1 loi Id N W! I'.'.-. • • .. i '!••! k ,.t t he i • %  I lade ..i %  Si M: MA S NASH Ml' V \ I1.1N8KI M I %  IRVINii I HOT I'I.II Vtl rNw & Mlin-k I'.A i-|.l NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \i • th i. is HERBHY i;|\ ,• s that :.-r-.^':-i le^iring to engn tjlll-in -. r • ••...'.•. META DI8TUIBI I'oRS il 2 l N.E 12th Court, N Ml iml I leai It, F Intii.iv to reg I name wit : %  the • 'lerk "it %  .'. tCounty, Fl T. la JACK : r. i\s> i v • ed NOTICt TO CR-EOITORS i: I \ DerRoAa Hav }l Demand* A 'i'i 'it ii h.i\," .'i : ilnsl t %  %  .' I i %  \ .1. INSSI iN '!• %  i County, Florida. t iuy> H : u RIOH r, 1 illX I^TER VI ItltlHT, I'. i. • I.,nt NOT CE 8v OIJQLICATION n Waller |ht. u Idi %  '. i.> i .-.|-II ed I he %  nmplalnt • rk ol the -.' n %  • ('"iirt and 5 •' "I" • • II .• i in :, li '• ttornej 1310-n i 'ongrevi' %  l!l1 ni Miami Florida, on or I F*bruarj I.Hh, ''';. %  or eKe %  confeased I i.-tad .i -•),. || K. R IJ\ HIIK.MAN •'!• rk of th.i'ir ,-uit Court Bv I-, H I.ANV.AY i>eput> Clark i (••M, :' %  :-" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF~THlI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR DA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. WC 196 P"-A "!. JA C1ABZA, Plain'. 1 •;\itzA, Defeni -nit IT. V N J, ICE BY PUBLICATION \BEh CARZ \ \di H I %  P.K ORDI rtn ... ma your ,,., Divorce "_U!A VRZA "ttii the Clerk furniah copj to %  ''1 M IKOWI rz, uttorne; foi '' "';" • N v nth vvenue Ml1 • la, on fore Pebruan '' lint v, 111 I..laki I • ITHRRMAS Clerk B i LA MAN i % %  i I'lerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 5478J-B IN RE I'-M i II:B>, > \i iii, !'ceaaed NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All Credit ir %  x I'eraom Having L'lalma • I 'en i n ;.An itnei Said Relate Y -a are h'-.-^Linotified and reluired to presen '; ,v cbiimn and demunda hlch m ly h..\ tn* eatol • ol DUB> etAI D di eased late of Di Florida, to th^ IN ,i idg i ol • ida %  mi and i.... oflii ea in the • n i >.,.!.i "onnt.i Florid • within nix I ir months tr'.rn • • • late ol tl lirst p ibm a lu i %  will be barred I.:: 'N iv NI'I.AN i:\. if tl 'eb) .-.ill I • %  MYKIIS. HKIMAN A KAPLAN l;. Mien K i Attorn j a v\' rsl --' \l,.,-: L 36. Florida 1/3-12 • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 49:iSC IN Rl' i-'-t.i % %  RttllSa I.I.MOR, 1 -.-. ,-. 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND F \AL O SCHARCE KOTICK •' glvt-n tli.it we .' i Report uid Petition 'i "'•' Plnal Lla,'h riie f En '> %  esta e -'t K K tliUmoi ceased • l, ,. 0 n 12th i •> of Febrt n l w ill ., : : %• to Honoi able ,_. [>ad Cotmn Florida, for approval of aald Final Report .,„ i„ •,:,,. ,i Mil it "I. ami una. ol*>. harjre a. i> ol the estate i>f th. above -nan I I lent 1 hi.. tth il.iv of Jo I %  1962 wn.i.iAv SIM.ou.i.Moi: 1 \V 11 fPK > : HL-LMOR II VRRY JU'KERNICK Attorne> fot Exe 120 i.ni. ".n Roa Miami Bea.h. Florida IN THE COUNTY JUOGETCOUHT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNT*. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51827 IN RE: Batata ol TII.I.li: BTaONIM, Decease I NOTICE TO CREOITORS To All C-redJt ira an I All Peraona Having G'alrha or Ltemand* Againal Bald Rgtate: >.,ii are herabj i itlfled and required to present mj clalma and demanda wnlcli >ou n ai h tve agaliiai tha %  : ti.:.!' %  : BIXi.NIM de,..,-..., I.,[ad i" mn I Florida to the '' iuntj i^'--of Dade I 'unij. ,,,,i same in their in the Cou %  '" OttM i • %  • ...... flrpi •I Mime nl DEAN HARP RU % %  %  ft'E SSEL A NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S'l iTIt' 18 HKRhli i tiia.V thai th.IT. i •• :'i^ • i ena ig< b i — 111indei hi : i ill %  I! I! \ N INTERNATIONAL • s \\ It'. .-'%  .-1 mi,.n i,. t.. | eg • Ill .-.....: Dade Co M .:.II l.l A NEMERol 'F IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ikeVAmnoiJit N I'l.i n va CHARLES I'-I Si >M JR I'ATSl Fl 'I.-' >M. l.i%  i .i S \ HRIMALDI I '. .'tidailtNOTICE OF SUIT II x ItLBS Hi 'l.si 'M JR and PATSY Fl 'I---' IM, his iallv and it" dead, their unki • i I <|.\ laees, leg tteea, gran %  tees, iss gnees, llenoi -. i red .-.. ea .' n i -ill pa I ties clal n b> through, under ir ai ilnal thi 'ii "' laiming t" inve ittt> n-lit. title or Interest In the property des Ibed herein R, i. nee 1 nknow v %  hi rebi ti 'i tt"l that .I'.ui •• captioned action has • • atltuted against you In nI if the J idiclal • 'ircull "l Fh>rIda in and for I ude I "oum > to foreclose .. tnortgagi >i Ihi I illow lug desi rlbed r.-.il propert) I... 21 FIRST ADDITION TO MYRTLE 11 ROVE according t" the Plal thereol i rded In Plat Bo ik ".: .it !•'!%  -' ol thl"ubllc Record* ol Dade I %  "titiiv 1' % %  Y".i ..r rlUlred tn til'. \\er to plaintifT'a • 'iiii'l lint i-|e k ..: the afon s.ild Couri ad -. %  r\-. •. cop that tornei MARTIN FINE, 14th Floor 11 a .1 •• F'eder il Building, Ml iml 12 Florida, not latei than the 2nd daj of February, 1982 or a Decree Pro (•"in.--," ttill b.enten I igainst you Dated I ••. ml" _• • ii i; LEATHERMAN, Clerk i ir, :' Court, I lude County. Floi Ida (seal) Bj E II LANWAY. I ieput> i 'lei i. MARTIN FINE Attorne> for Plaintiff 1 lih Floor I ia.de Federal Wdg Miami 32, Florl i 1 ".-IL" NOTICE UNDER FiCTtriOUa NAMe i-AW Ni ITU % %  IS HEREB1 tllVEN thai %  1 11. desil ;;;.; • I -: .... AN ,1 .Ml u .'.i r F, aiittu ..' h : Tit' 'I vNWILL. INi '. Sill .1 \::\ i \;; ..: '• %  ••: A .-.: : 26,2 1-16 NOTICE UNOER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVKN that the un lei signed, leslrina to engage In 'i II ne>s itider the fl til i 8 nan*1 "i VENETI \ VPTS il 2SO0 Toledo Street, Coral Cables, Florida Intend to reglsti i : .:i \^ %  %  %  l .. 'ip i %  %  Florida ; ,BER S'F^S 8 ALAN v IRM IN !AK IR \i;' iNoviTZ. SIL\ •: J. .HF:a \ %  II %  r Veuet a A 6; F:R i'KI i'i". SMi LEN s Lh "..-. I •.Of.CE TO CREDITORS Co All i re k.i t'i I •' %  ,ti^ : i s .-.. I'-.-i.ll' You are hereby nol • ,'d ." j t i an> i %  itu ii in iuas w hlch you n 13 have .~.< aal the .-.-'..it. • %  : UF.il ti., ... .-.11 > .1 k .. UEUTRI I'i. S.S • >LENSK I 1 --•. I late 1 •..'. %  %  •(. : to the I' • 1 udgi i. of I I and t %  '.> tile same in He "-I as pi o\ i-i-.'i iri .%  Ll' 'ii r b 1 • it-.-. 111 1 1..* ll tl :> i .. t i" ISI ii 1 >u .•' i la, Ithii al % %  the tm [ thi : ,' ibl • 1 • %  "!'. "iiii" i-.ini" '.v 111 .1 r ... --I ai Miami, 1 ." d.i> ol January. A.U FtAKO %  i i.NN A...1 ninist AR< INOVITSS. Sil.V ..:: x HER v %  %  : %  \\ 1 itu. IN THE C RCU'T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD1C1AL C'RCU'T OF FLOR'DA IN ANC FOR OAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 62C 214 DOLI V J' i KINSKY, Ptalni \ > IHI'Si'N RfRR K N ; Ii.f-ii lanl NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Y'.r. Ill l'S"N B KINS V, i h-ei" nk nown a notified to rs. i i % %  ;<•• answer t" Divorce Comp'alnt %  1 • 1 igalnst you in ... :ORi!l -.11 '•1. AS. I2IS N \\ rtl Street Miami, •lerk • >f this Cour •* I 1 i*v erwls %  ••.... '10 ,. %  .-I'ATKI • I • !A1 HERMAN 1 •!. %  • k of the ClrcJ 1} HEI BN KBS8LER, I.. .. : I2-19-2C %  %  i-2fi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR'DA IN NO FOR "AOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No 61C 12509 FIRS PDKRAI SAVINOS \ \ I > LOAN ASS.1'! VTK IN I •!•' ST I'' riCRSBCRG, I'l.i • 11 tRRlSON WILLIAM OR ill.vM :,,i-l I" IRI T tlR Ml AM. InWil li.-.n lan's NOT CE OF SUIT Ti 1 HARRISON VVILI 1AM URAHAM %  %  <.:• ITH V flR \I1AM. tt if.-. II nii\. ind If de id, 11 .-inknown helra devisees, leg itei nr ml —. aealgnees, llenora, dltora, trustees 1 all pa r11.' ,\ :iu nr claiming t" have in> i^iu. tit:.or Intereet In the propert) described herein It EMU IENCE L'N KNOW N. Y.Mi gre her.'hv notified that the :iri"\.captioned action hua been Instituted i-i-.ii-i you in th Circuit iiiiiri of the Judicial Circuit 01" Florida in and for Dade Count) to foreel 1 mortgage Upon the following described re d propert) : I/.1 12, In Block .". "f ASCOT PARK. according to the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book 33 at Page 99 of the Public Ret "riof Da le i'"Unix. Florida. v .11 are required t" file your an...-: to plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and serve i 1 ipv thereol upon plaintiff's attornej M \11TIN FINE, 14th r r 11 .1. Federal B illdlng Miami 32, Florid 1 1 • later than Februarj 12 1962, or 1 Oi rei Pro Confeaao will h,enti • • 1 igalnal • Dated nuai 1.1: v [-HERMAN %  %  .. f t he 1 ., %  BJ HF:LF:N K %  i %  1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA, IN r-^Oo^ =. No. 54079 B IN RE i:al r.i ril • 11 '1 ..PAI'PAS II k .1 1. ;;. i'i 1 1 s 1 %  \ 1 \/. % %  De • NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'u A11 C re-111 • %  11 ,. niii 1 ... %  \ 111 Said ,:.ata l"ou are hei 1 i. 1 1 I I 1 fl t" present it... i.a a d del w hlch ,'-i.. 1. .1 relate "i 1.1 KiPii IF:S IAI'I'.X.-' 1 n .1 rJCRI I'i; I I' U'AZi HII.OI 1 late -'I Dade County. Fl irhla, t" the .1 ..' ;es '.•-' Count 1 i*"i!i,t y 1 1 thoiisi .-;•.: %  l-,l l-I H'Ulllll sl\ 11 ..ir t! %  A.I le ol %  firs %  I 1 .. %  UNA KIUKAKI NICHOLAS • I H Mill Mli.c BERNSTEIN .v MILL !R Attorne) a roi I !\< %  1 'ong: -•>luilding .M unit 1 : 2-9 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT iN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54911-A IN KK E1 .' mi I IE S' \ V'ELLA, I'. %  ...%  NOTICE TO CREOITORS I-. Ml Cred it'll 1 A I' • %  %  i11.n in.; I'.IIIT.or 1 '• %  !' lands Against Bald Bel ite; Y'.u are hereb) notified and required tr ;r,'-.-nt an) clalr and dein.iiiil.which you ma) have agiainst the ratal MAUDE sr.WKI.l.A deceased late of Pide County, Florida to the Count) Judgea "f Dade County, and file the aame In dupllcal at I 1pi i\ iie. I n .-••' I01 723.nl F Siai lies, if their offices In the 1 tv Courthnuvi in I'.ulC %  int). F| • %  • Id .. itiiin alx alen lar m ml h the tlm of of, or ; ii-%  a %  will 1 • 1 •.-,! ,11 Mi..11' Flol hi, .1 lih ,i i> ..( Jan 1 v.D 1962 ... lanui \ HKPBI N \ Vilnilt 1 l> ''••• .1 All 1 I, NOTICE BY PUBLICAT ON IN THE C RCU1T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 62C 165 ;• >s \1.11: %  ; LI %  1 %  v A I ill'-TI So R l. s ^ 1 fi 1 id %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE v i;| ST I No R Si A 133 Adan V,\ irk. N ew J You, \i', is SO 1 1 NA ire .. notlfiel thai 1' '. % %  %  "om1 : for I dvn 1 %  1 u.iii!>; >ou. 'ii 1 ."i required to .-. 1 \:> • r or 1 •;. -i • j • till of C implaint 'ti ntiff'a At ri -... AN"' :>-:!.• 1 \. AIM. %  A. ... : Bull niii. M lag 1 • • \ u %  r >r Pleading th C ark lefore the : .. 196: If you • w.ll he taken a ef C>i publlsl for I %  IRII %  \N ; II IN li AN I Ml iml, \ l). v MAN. 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Friday. January 26, 1962
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1/E5TBROCKS Country Club
leld i sre cocktail pjr-
. unda) after-
the >use on Tami-
. m Trail ju^! off the Palmetto
a--. H indi eda of guests ad-
nd the i and club, and en-
the i ar e> ut entertain-
offered.
For the party, Mrs. Jo>eph
r cho*e j '. >-piece black
rhs jacket ended
in ; al' ve the aistline with a
i .' .':it'i in a cummerbund
.. the white was repeat-
i ne kline, A beige col-
Qua .- lace sheath was
oice oJ I'' R'ibert Hur-
i wh ch as high-necked,
i'->. ami wah a blou.-on
\ two-piece cocktail ensemble
ul Goya r "i .i I g Id brocade
> worn by Mrs. Alan Benja-
ller sleeveless sheath was
lopped with i hip-length, double-
breasted jacket Her white em-
broidered i 1 g ives and beaded
' were accessories she brought
hack trom .Pans. Mrs. Bur; Top-
- whi'e faille cocktail soil
featured bracel -t length sleeves
with a short, yet full parasol
flounce, contrasting becomingly
with the tailored cutaway lines
Ol I ii" jacl-et.
Mrs. Henry Shier wore a two-
tuii'i- ensembla of an imported
sheer wool lace in ivory and gold
llame. The sheath was tcpped
with a full-U.-i^tn matching coat
(rimmed With a shawl collar of
ranch mink. Olive green was the
choice of Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Her
silk alpaca combined the high
bateau neckline in front, and a
low-scooped decollete line in
back. A b:b ol turquoise and gold
blended with the iridescent tones
i" her fabric.
*
kJRS. Dory Auerbath chose a
champagne-colored silk lace
knil sheath. Matching colored
.i!:ii bande.1 it at the neckline
and sleeves, fend also created a
bell effect with a double banding
' 'he waist Royal blue silk
shantung was the choice of Mrs.
ured in the back. The always in
i;ood taste" classic black -heath
wa- the choice of Mrs. Max
Jacob- .
Mrs. Harold Pomerantz wore a
two-piece cock'ail ensenfble in
black s:lk linen. Her -heath fea-
tured a d.aped bateau neckline,
and a short peplum at the waist,
A self-fabric flat bow was draped
across the front of the peplum.
and her jacket followed the tux-
edo lines. For the cocktail par-
ty. Mrs. Philip Schiff wore an
emerald green satin damask. A
floral chiffon print was the choice
of Mrs. Marshall Feuer. whose
dress was over a matching print
of >atm.
A biege two-piece liner, ensem-
ble was selected by Mrs. Daniel
Cravitt. A full-length tailored
coat covering her matching
sheath. Mrs Sam Sapiro. chair-
man ot the women's Division el
Ce iars of Lebanon, wore a biege
metallic embroidered wool
sheath Her necklace was of Rus-
sian garnets
Mrs. Ron Levitt cho.-e a pol-
ished cotton print of green and
calusa coral. The asymetrical
design was on a ground ct white.
Another in white was Mrs. Sam
Bornstein. Her cotton lace fea-
tured allover multi-colored floral
embroidery. Royal blue salin
belt and shoes provided the color
accent.
Among the hundreds attending the premiere cocktail party at
the new \7 ilbrooke Country Club last weekend were the
Sid Efrcnsor.s ol South Miami cr.d the Edward M. Straw-
gates, cl Westchestsr. The :lufc at 35C the Trail, will
have .ti Bisl ruembei s .:.. .
BLACK a ad white was the color
choice cf Mrs. Edward Straw-
gate. Her bodice featured an off-
tht-shoulder neckline, and the full
skirt was white with black flock-
ing. Topping her dress was a
shiny black straw cocktail hat.
Mis. Milton Korotkin wore a
royal blue silk linen ensemble.
Her dress was a sheath with a
matching reversible jacket lined
in a silk blue and green paisley
print.
Gelman, Gold
Plan to be Wed
Mr and Mrs. Saul Gelman, 865
Allied Lev. Her sheath followed 80th st.. announce the engagement
'" Classic lines with a high of their daughter. Paula Evelyn.
"'Mine and tiiree quarter-length to Larry M. Gold, son of Mr. and
sleeves. j|rs. isadore Al Gold. 2311 SW 22nd
three piee ensemble com- ter.
Dining gold liame, burnt orange Now in her first year at Dade
and tlame nfo the brocade was County Junior college, the future
u rn by Mrs. Norman Rothstein. bride is a graduate of Miami Beach
: bodice featured a modified High.
bateau neckline, and her
length jacket wa
hip-
slightly sculpt-
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259 Washington Ave., MB
MB Phono UN 6-9711
She belongs to Gamma Sig-
ma Sigma, service sorority
Her fiance is an alumnu> of Mi-
ami High, and is presently a sopho-
more at Dade County Junior col-
lege.
No dale has been set for the wed-
ding
Stern to Speak
At Youth Service
v, -orge Steri reci rector
of the S iu) n Z nisi Youth Com-
nii- fion N'ati u al Y< ting Judaea,
will be guesl so- ak al student
congre serv >al irday, 10
a.m. a: Be'h To: ih Congregation.
stern who will introduced by
Diane Gurman. I pi -ident of
nbi congregation, graduated from
Vanderbilt University with a de-
gree in sociology and -pent two
'years studyu g ... Israel. He will
direct '.'amp Judaea in Henderson-
,-illi N.C
Mom thin 100 bovs am! eirls
are members of Young Juriea
[roups a' Beth Torah and leaders
include Sandra Levy. Jean Cohen,
Cynthia Sdorr, Linda Edelman.
Sharon Sigmond. Sonny Levitt,
Norman Levi':. Harriet I.ovine,
Marsha Ball and Ruz Ashley.
On Sunday. Beni Torah Young
Judaeans will be host (o a county-
wide conclave of more than 27
Young Judaea groups, from 2:30
to 4:30 p.m. Sterr" will speak, and
a quiz program on the recent fes-
tival cf Jewish Arbor Day, Tu
B'Shevat. will highlight the meet-
ing Israeli s;nainii and dancing
will also be included in the pro-
gram
: Sti ri i Stephen Leon Kavelson. 'reception held at the home of Mrs.
- of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H Gerald Soltz. chairman of the
Kavelson. of Brooklyn, N.Y.. has 'South Florida Zionist Youth Com-
' i announced b> the future ms*K>n. 1* Wednesday evening.
arents. Rabbi and Mrs. ____________
Ti : H Stern. 1061 Michigan a'.e.
Rai j the spiritual lead Flagler-Granada luncheon
Rabbi's Daughter
Sets Spring Rites
er ol H-eth Jacob Congregation.
A graduate with honors from
Miami Beach Hth. the bride-elect
attended Stern College for Women
and ii presently at the University
of Midi
Hi r Eiance, now attending Brook-
!>.. College, received his early edu-
cation at the Yeshiva of Hebron in
Jerusalem, and was a graduate at
Mesivta Chaim Berlin Rabbinical
Seminary.
An early spring wedding is plan-
ned.
Apvers Tell
Lois' Betrothal
Mr. and Mrs. Morns Apner, 2227
SW 2nd 'er.. announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Lois Ann.
Groom-to-be is Michael Elliot
Rosen thai He is the son of Mr.
and Mr- Al Rosenthal, 2994 SW
24th ter.
The couple are planning on an
end of-June wed.ling
Flagler-Granada Sisterhood is
sponsoring a luncheon Tuesday
noon at the Tastee Inn. 7500 SW
8th st. Games will start at 10 a.m.
: BIRTHDAZE :
Philip Miller was born to Dr
and Mrs. Bruce S. Steir. 9201 SW
16th st., on Jan. 13. Maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Miller, ol 9024 Harding
ave. Paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Ph lip Steir, 1568 Pennsylvania
ave.
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WEDDING CAKES
PARTY CAKES
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MARKET
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PAULA GELMAN
Judge Friedman Presents Paper
Judge Milton A. Friedman, vice man went tu Washington, where he
chairman of the Slate of Florida, presided at the executive board Of
. _, ,. r j governors nu Anti-Defamation League, returned _,.,,, ,,,sh h.
from New York this week where he ., .
presented a paper on discrunina-1 *
lion in private clubs.
From New York, Judge Fried-
B'nai B'rith, which he serves as,
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January 26. 1962 k**lstifk>rMlnr) Page 13-A THETALMUO ^ M OL 9£/„t Of JHlamis WcLicus Xif cs-and Husband*. / t/ FROM ;uo Wives'and Husband*. • fe M i :.)< fd enrich* : ,. d to a t-trtuous S9a I bli wing dwtlh in tin L. : ;cr I :*i[ wife). I I ,(..jr\ gtlall/l'Ca' %  .: unf ere a gentle U %  indli*lrv. I | c % % % % %  „ ,'te .is him%  more than S< npturol ... %  %  j \ [tprcw %  xvci-su/ion 1 ? g n n j g g hrn an 1 ? n^x m r %  T T .Til r ,K nrixi .jn-ri?? Ins D: 1 ? ^aratf ,f "?tea Vrarn rnfcjj nnx rj jps"? V?s ppp nvr rv fa .niD-i-j ^j nna nliWn ninsn hn*n rnnpn rmiy jai D-into vn aa*i .a 1 ? rx Dnai .rcx'jn 1 T T : .D-^sn nisrtxpa na ^xi^-px 1 ? b Dn-*7K rcran ^rjbft %  ^ err nun rnrhnxn T : -: T ITS: D'a^nnsi mnsn T : ; • T hirn x 1 ? cm ins nx P I T T v |; n V?ap nni ,f sip^ .nanxa no^pn r •: l T • %  I fc^s mas nna ruorina) The Jews of Cochin l> wen fdr the most part P ra ,r r 'i Vi men. and one was 1 Polish Jew who landed there search for the Ten Tribes. Ihin Jewry emigrated to Islt on account of persecutions. K 'ho dozens of various sects Pia the liny j,. W ish communiI'-oihin attracted no attention. 1' ,h(m %  ire merchants ana ["* %  ,"" nu of them even memJ 01 Ih e free professions. Their p'l'in to Israel was prompted l n tatensi desire for Zion. paries from Israel reached ln rece nl years and helped '" make contacts with the f" world Today, it is posjl' "' "1 'ho settlements and [ Israel many immigrants U"; i lek up< n Israel—an attack which svoki i •• i %  unction, "Remember at \mal< k did unto ihee bj the .'... you • ...ne out oi Egypt h II -halt not forget." That was a galling experience -one that rankled in the bosom of :he Ji\c. The bitter experience was apt to poison the mind oi the Jewish people, to prejudice them again>t the non-Jewish world, so that it might see in every member ol a race and creed alien trom >ts own a potential enemy. To counteract this bad elfect. the Bible proceeds at once to draw the winsome picture ol Jethrn. a man of wide sympathies, one who. in the words of the Rabbi', was She first to break forth into a song of praise to God for Israel's redemption, saying: "Blessed be the Lord, who hath delivered you out of the hands \ ii.•• Ten Coinmandmtnls?" iu MltsvHh: Rleharil, mm % %  < Mm She m Wart" hauer ••• : • %  ''"' Juel, Kadi < i — • — BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd a-e Con fcervative. Rabbi Norman N. Sfap"t Canter Wiliiom W. Lipson. : 'i lila • l". ,n. S"i..i,::i .1 \\ nil si ill %1'RBACfl \; ...I i the oul s %  % % %  • : %  •I %  I. Mil V\ In i. oi %  crude speed • miII to them t ...;.: returns ti em • BO I KIM • unhing more ...i i In dancing beblessed be He %  |eie is • iger before Him ,1 t • cfter in :'it Ti"ali is u ,. III HZ BETH ISRAEL. -OCX) Prai.ie ve. Ofthodoa. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. • — BETH JACOB 301-311 Washintjton ave. Orthodox. Ratbi Tioor Stern Cantor Maurice Mamches. '. • ". ; r-l S.iT lirilH) v %  '" -II'' >. rmi.n: \vMusi Li rn la l.lv. i -. h s;jn u.m. Saturda) 9 10 a.m. Friila> :•:: %  • and •. %  i m %  •M •/.s Ii: ui.\ Praj ?" v.iii .' II th. %  :. ni:hii • %  Ur \ nib. n Saturda) 10: 15 .. m : %  .. r AI.I • •• .;..i.. i Mr. and II b ijfi dun Mra. K\ %  :". |i, >. in:i ; |l l:i Cantor Jacob Bornstein. I -. %  mon ll:ithe i in I .. in-.ul the Vmertcan Rabbinate .! %  %  •• :OP*L WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st Miami. RabBSam uel April. Cantoi Gershon Levin. %  '. ;: %  • ,|i,.l s ;;.. ;. -i Si • s.,ii r%  "'-. • I' Set man II..w Our TEMPLE JUDE. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. i sim v I he s ne ill ..MI M m-ha in Rn Mill I win: w. :. %  win %  •! Ui m Mr* Hen IHnfc • — DADE HE GHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con%  hll r ; ''". Shab..: hi %  SIH-.I rh I. • TEMLE "ENfRAH, 620 75th t. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-witz Cantor Edward Klein. ••rvatlv*. Rabbi Harold Ricnter. Krl l.l.v (. in %  I:I..II I -.. Sung |".in1or Emanuel Mandel. I Ida \,;;-l• .%  I"' -• ,. I'll • '• .tin i,l i,. Heari -. turili '• H m. SerI'IIrti i i>l thi 1..1W." Rar i ..• \i. and Mrs By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX Vhat is the significance of the candelabrum which is always foind in forefront of every synagogue? The synagogue is ;> replica of the tabernacle of :hewilderness and iln temple ol Jerusalem, it is there fart not surprising to find objects in the synagogue that represents the items found in the original tabernacle or temple In the tabernacle, the Bible describes the exist ii'CC of a seven-branched candelabrum (Exodus 30:31 and Exodus 37:17). Prom a description in Zachanah (4:1) it would seem that the candelabrum had symbolic meaning. It is said to represent the seven planets, the central liyht representing the BUD. Some claim that the seven branches ol the Menorah symbolize the seven cays of creation and that the center branch signifies the Sabbath—the holiest day of the week which gives light and inspiration to all the rest The seven branches ol the candelabra have often been correlated with the seven words of a verse in the Psalms which reads Be gracious unto us O Lord be gracious unto us; for we are full sated with contempt." Others correlate it with a .seven-verse prayer ol Kabbi Ncchunyah be n llakkanah (Anna bc-Koach. etc. i Thn r.. • pore.! in i o| : operci Lead era ii the Greater Miami .'<...cal A^.-.. (•ii! •.' \ : IPS! ".:: z ( red natof Contributor: RABBI -cleiMi iv SCIIIFP Gems of Wisdom i.f t'v %  %  m It'll Mr ...n i.i \; and Mi :.%  • FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW f.-st pi. Conservat. e Rabbi Ge aid Lerer. Canter Gecr^e Gciabe'Q. -: I linll i .: I 4... %  Will .! %  -• -Si-| %  i i K"u I -,i i.. : M.;z-. ah ..I--: Mr M :.i i i TE.'.IP. E NER TAMID. 80th st. and r 'urn > atarway, Modern T'adill i r ngene Labovitz. Can•o Ram Oomborg m,n Sa :-'-.ti h l"n tata, writ-. •_• ,\ III I., pre -..) with ihi hi dri n ••! i hi reluTniin i.• %  .i" ipatlnit. Saturday s: I.'I a.iii .. Mil.". .ill: 11"" arc!, B n I Mrs Walter Ni • I down" to Cochin, and thej have accepted the hardships of settling down with love. (Published by Brit Ivnt Oil What is the significance of the light which hangs over the ark and is said to be the "Eternal Light?" (Ner Tamid). The center lamp of the sevenbranched Candelabrum was referred to as the "Ner Hamaaravi" (western lamp) because it was next to the three lamps which faced the east, while those on the oiher side cf it faced the west. (Rashi Shabbath22b'. This lamp was left burning all day and all night. Even though it had oil enough only to burn until morning, by a miracle its light lasted until the following evening (Menahoth 86b). The other six lights were kindled from this one which burnt eternally This was regarded as a fulfillment of the Biblical command "to cause a lamp to burn eternally in the tent of meeting" (Exodus 27:20. 21). The synagogue thus has a light burning before the ark as a replica of this lamp which maj have been symbolic of the fact that the light of the Almighty forever HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TEMPLE SNAI OF NORTH MIAMI. Jor-nicn st. Con-evat.ve. Rabb'200 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Davic Shapiro. C a .. t c r Veh..da>Genno M. Wallach. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ISRAELITE CENTER. 3:75 SW 25*h ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Canter. Conservative Rafcb. Melon 'or Albert G.^ntj. Malavsky. Cantor Louil Cchen Ki la} !u p.m. Seimon: • la l narlea in and S-I.'i S-i x %  I'urrii Heal!} Guilt) I ine %  • ., i Shi i-i-..'i %  -• %  s,--. rh i Saturdaj 9 \i taviih l:i. %  ( 'il ';'"• Sermon I idglng the Oifflcutt Mr, un n l..... Matt.ru and the Small Matte ra MIAMI HEBREW*CONGREGAT ON TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 1101 SW 12th ave. Traditional. Cm. Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi tor Frn' Bernstein. Lee H.in. I.,. :, .., ,.„. Saturda] 9 R %  '' %  • 1 ," "•"'• %  -."""•. "-ruh-A v Herit.iRe I nto All ejeneratlona >neg TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. 102S Shabbat hoat Slaterhood. Saturday NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd. .n Sermon Vveekl) Portion ..f Rabbi Max Zucker. Cantor Abra"•< Law. Prida"y R ?!3T*p"m. s., ,: % %  -,:,. ,s TEMPLE ZION KM SW 17th st. VMtnbl* Tria. re, th. Torah." Sat^ 0 MP iVn^" Jacob GoWflrt. vrela} 9 a.m. Her mon: "In Thia Spirit •"•"• Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. rv, We Consecrate.' KM MlUvah: ';'<•' %  '> ^30 p.m. Sermon: The Ten -,.. n y .i i .-liiiiu.niliiii n'.s Ma\> N.t l hullKeil. # I One* Shabbal boats: Mr. and Mm. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall l* !" ]]' h fd In honor of Mr*. Andr. so. Miami. Reform. Rabbi i "•'"•• H"'" % %  Saturday 8:10 a.m. Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles '• ^ •£: Barry, n of Mr. and Kodner. X" "' K '' "^ TEMPLE BETH*E"L OF HOLLYVEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W Dixie WOOD. 1351 S. 14 av.. Reform fwy. Conservative. Rabb. Sheldon Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. t '"" T, tz C,n ,or Maur ,' Neu FYldaj *:1S p.m. Sc-rmon: "f. %  ReFri<,B 1 ? v .'' |,,n ># '"""' ''" a S£ tm form Judalam Need .. lUtual Guide?" •• G f Saturday t a.m. Bar MlttSaturdaA I0'f5 a 111 vah: J.nr.y. son ..f Mis. Anne Bers man. TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland i _, %mAm .^^.r-T^T.. ...,. Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon\ YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 at. structionist. R a r i i Morria Skop. Canter Herman Gottlieb. Friday 9:15 p.m. Sermon: "Getting VI,-ui; with In-l...\vs." Saturday 10:SO a.m. Sermon: "The Life of Jethro." e'elebratlon of Jewish \rbor Pay. Klddush host: Mrs. Albert Shkolnr. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Samuel Mendelowita. I % %  Ida} • 30 p.m. I'.a M i/\ ah Mar. • .i.i ihi.M lorli Maishall — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4:44 Chase ave. L beral. Rabbi Leor Kton.sh Cantor David" Conviser. pi. Si Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. l'llihiy :.:::i> p.m. Saturday y a.m. %  I'Ullun.liriVBSBBflNIBMnsftBBSSjM m .AtWIEUGHTING TMt 21 Shefccrt —5:45 p.m.



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*Jei*ffoiridia' 1 Friday, January 1\ 19621 Page 14-A With Books: Bv HILARY MINPUN Browsing With BOO !" p r """" Good Theologizing Misses Mark of Formal Theology ..,,.,1,1 si \ nllli's. .1. r.. „„.,U ifc,. MANS BEST HOPE. By Roland B. GiUeisohn 200 pp. New York: Random House, Inc. S3.VS. R ABBI ROLAND GITTELSOHN, ol Boston's Tern I [,rael, writes with clarit> and good sense on a difficult subject: modern theology, rhe dissatisfacticn with traditional concepts ol religion is a hallmark, no: ol this ag< only, but ot nearl> even g< Each generation, history shows us. finds its heliefs aggii in some measure behind its needs. Our .... M e tend to think, is especiall> perverse; scientifically and technologically sophisticated, most of us arc emotional and intellectual adolescents when i mes to religion. Rabbi GiUeisohn formulates i fusion between the poles of modern thought: "religion modified by the insights ol science, and sciue-s at and this is from each other. al>a — nper. Dj levotion to spiritual vjjj""-" %  ereatlj from each othei ala I theologizing, but it is not theology in re lationhhip to us. Rabbi GiUeisohn sen-.e.and Macksthe meat and powoc aVoids thi* part; God iswitbin natur. at a iiit'i.iii^u i. -. S presents the case for. %  *J JT* according to plan and then he ca K,^lK£ somewhat ^ !" **£ ihe name of God: it connotes too stronglj a omc Person" rathe; than an abstraction, or. as hi puts it a "poetic sj mbol. F, r in [act Rabbi GiUeisohn concept ol God | d r un just as well under an.> other name crux .n am belief is its concept ol God \w know %  %  reat deal it seems to me. about our relationship ationship is simpb thai of the workings ol ,,. plus a "spiritual reality" which ai0 • IUSI • Ihe universe It is interesting to note that, while the author Is ., place lor prayer (it restores perspi 11i n (ithat we are not alone, and can UN Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Behind Forty Years of ORT in America T HE AMERICAN Jewish nit j met ai i xtremelyl %  leeting a world-] nei I lor ining people ute skills neci s-j -..:> in a new world. hi n iech-1 and science have ereated| : ., r n t before. i bcu the American ORT :. which has celebrated its fortieth anm•, rSBr y, h ... in 1921 as the American off.-,:; %  rgamzation established in Czarist -.....:• : years i ;>rli( r I' :well-known that the initials ORT -tand lor fot Ri nabihtation Through Training I. %  : %  :.!> recognized is that the rchabilitan applii '. only to people—it applies to a world. idei leveioped countries like those in %  ..:., nol ti states in an era ot large-scale debut evi s with old %  • • %  .. evelopment liki Frai • • t nol .veil enough known t ncerns '.he ph in : i iR [ by Ameru n J< %  ith : 162 budget •.. %  %  %  : • in i -. Fi >m thi Joinl D %  the I'mi iRT .pri armarked this year SI.83 nst needs i the Spn ying a Befween you and Me: BORIS SMOLAR Student Jewishness IEWISH STUDENTS in American uni' versifies are now identifying them[selves more and more with Jewishness, I but this i> not the case with "thousands" if Jewish faculty members. A report to Ithiseffect habeen presented to the [National Hillel Commission of B'nai IB'rith bv Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn. national director of the Hillel Foundations. The report gives a highly encouraging picture of the current response of Jewish students to Hillel's social, religious and cultural program in the universities and colleges. However, it emphasizes that Jewish faculty members are quite different from Jewish students in this respect, even though both are part of the same university community. In the opinion of Rabbi Kahn. the faculty's identification with and knowledge of the Jewish tradition are one generation behind the students. They are closer to the so-called 'lost generation." and a great number of them ha\e not yet developed the wish to identify themselves with Jewishness. The Hillel Foundations are. therefore planning to devote increasing attention to the involvement in the Hillel program of the thousands of Jewish faculty members who constitute the intellectual ferment of the campuses in America. As to the Jewish students, the report ut that whereas a decade ago the qu< with them was whether to coi or not to coi themselves • .'• s. this is nol the case today. • Jewish i i not need to bi ,_nt ,„ be J. The; 5 itate to i themselves '" -' %  :; unity, which or. the campus is cites a number of universities where reds, of Jewish students .attend Hillel functions. The rr.e is true a,so v. r.n regard to attending Hillel religious lv ces. At thi : of Vermont, with 510 stuall but 10 cf the total Jewish enrollment came to Vert services Nineteen hundred attended these at Cornell. At the University of Illinois 800 ^tuworshiped at Hillel's Kol Nidre services, while anTOO traveled to Chicago on a rain chartered bj milel in order to attend religious services in their home synagogui s. %  : -n be seen also in other"univer' war. att nee ol Jewish %  ents a: High Holy Day services was numericallj untial. I %  • gen • in the suporl ol ORT r. espei tall} lh< Jewish • i %  RI %  tal budget is contributed b> loi %  .,.. rnments of varii U %  V: %  51 oi m will come in 1962 thn i • %  %  ; rican ORT. an organizatii n %  ith a i %  .•lip ol 6 OOfl American Jewish women dev : ost exclusive Ij lo the aims ol i RT Sinci the end ol Worl I War II. ORT has pro voci tional edm ation and training to aboui .:, h men and women, and youths ol both sexes ilone. it is giving training and education to 4i oo pi rs ms in 600 training nits around just ivhal is involved iii the training training—ol • orkers for contributions lo thi new : o| science and technology was explained reci • % %  :> bj ni ol the outstandii *meri mi •• D tt liam Haber, profess r of ecot L'nivi "• of Mich I presidenl of 'hi ORT Federation sinci 60 he has presidei : ol the Ci ntral B iard I thi \\ Ol r I % %  • • ki rs throughout the world, ecessery l %  Iraditiot Jewis • Evei states, a recent s I. Jews i I of the v\ ot edli tiadi In 19 countries ai o tnd thi i an IRT school it then h countries) OR1 here thi \. • majority il the approximate!? 40.000 stu enrolled this yi lhar ihe old "Jewish' trades Jewish bo>— uid often adults, too—are beinj tri ined in • and electricity, drafting, plumbing, aircraft n ,.or';. machine-tools and mechanics agro-mechanics, a' iation, automotive work and television repair and servicing (iirls get. in addition to home economic i iurses, training as "beauticians," laboratory, as sistants, scientific technicians, and secretaries in area like North Africa) where literacj per s< has been extremely rare among the Jewish peopl< as wi !' as among their non-Jewish neighbors. Dr. Haber sees these new skills as part of what he calls "the social reclassification' of the Jewish wage earner around the world. -i mind.-. earning aidi. he does not discuss ritual iwnich is ,!.,, ,50 m< of our assumptions about God's ip ,, us) at all. and of course mysticisn laci whatsoever. We have conn a long .,..,-. Dostoyevfky's three necessary elements ol remiracle, mystery and authority; rut i bi sohn's cool abstraction is Ico icy, I thin lews, who are used lo the rich heat oi eir Gnd-inioxicate-l past and the still warm smol God concerned present. n an some excellent sectii i thai itcularly thosi on death a i me's attitude I \ illl-' VII ........ md ti death arc indivisible." he writes, and grid ia natural outlet lor frustrated \|, rbid "i't iless a tribute to the <'t ad tha nn A .....:. TV. im Th inah M. .. n -,i our own vanity and guiit. lust lo the death of a loved one bcs| abnormal .i:^ unwhoh somi I ,i. 11 a-, il even while I %  a hi-hly readable book and. whi finds its conci pts palatal '.i as *hi .,• is \ aluable, and much Off ffte Record By NATHAN ZIPRIt An Alternate View :|EAR MR. ZIPRIN: D it would be simple enough i i v i I. Mired Segal, ol the Seven ArtFal :r-( Syndicate, when he writein %  .1.•!' 4 article that he i. the hat mc ol Adolph Eichmann. Bui when Mr Segal states tl along with the wis rab avi the reeling th..t an atta ti d as an attack upon the ral %  -• s< gal's article would show, h net essanly have the same rhose rabb pp • ; • ..; ij do so for n hgi us reas Capital punishment lor E %  i too i asy Wouldn I il be I i ail for the resl %  l r lift i aid, exprt --ni a poinl i d again Why kill Bichmai He .1 ave I' in their power to -how him v nj and torture are really like? A %  irs these opinions, one is appalled b> %  "I I lust that can fill the heart—.IS II >lph Eichmann had never been. '•> Segrl, let Israel carry out the senti the court Let F.uhinann be har.gd. Let ju>t< • served in ihi most merciful way. lor isn't it so. Si .. thi t of the many things the Lord expects ol us, ol thi %  t primar) is "to love mercy." Ml Si gal r-ver given the temper of merc> to -i'i.-. ii justice'' Apparently not. He tells in hi* artic • hexperience as a daily newspaper reporter I witne.-sng the death oi four convicted murderers in t lectric cheir, and one execution by hanjjing on a scaiIt II, dictionary was "Milon." Bu .quite distinct from Million n -''' • %  ti '1" with dollars Thi n ; Heb ? dictionarj at the time an. ord for a dictionary. He bar, ,.,„,, .„,. nary. Ben YeLuda took the Heh : ldin 2 a n"n"to,ihad Milon With or dictionary, he could go a sive sixteen volume dictionary. V.h.£ \ K 6 ." Wl u n Good, ns "round to ( .. Ben mv \ ,h P,nS lK 1 '' He lived ln :,l '"-' trty. but that wasnt the wni-vt r.f ,• un His n oth. him in her arms, '•They throw stones at us," -i' 1 tc< him. "because we are trying to teach them to live as Jews That's the way. it is. Today, thej lhro '" 11 ton orro\ they may scatter flowers before w nol like t<> be disturbed th< ir • happened to the man who inv< think in was lynched. sky. who is one of Ar.i< •• tl inks Bi'ii Yehuda I I e S< hi rdic pronunciation. -; ",v f^uru wirn stones why do they throw -tones at u-• ancestors pronounce Hebrew\ Israel todav. the Sepbardim •' %  • Sephardi Thej say if he i %  I been s N i be known as Moshe Babbenu Alt/ e who contend however that til 1 waj was the way Hebrew was spoken in %  • Sephardic manner stemfrom Babylon" rj know enough to argue the point but it >''" Vel ., took the sensible couT* There %  "•1 lews already speaking Hebrew That wasj tl be taken advantage oi H< 1 ""' 1 jl ough without looking for more Ben Yeiui I he known all the difl i ties he wou "he would never have undeiti.k. r. the project


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Fcce 4-A #,M ut fkractfon Friday. Jar. u cry 2G .962 MM WOULD hardly -Jewish Floridian CFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-46C5 Teletvpe Communications Miami TWX MM 396 FREE K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLJN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher •! .. 1. ISRAEL BUREAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Arrest of Another Nazi The crrest cf Karl Wolff continues the c: eve:.;; that sees an increasing number of Kczi :easts being brc ;ce. he depth ci the Hitlei gedy to everywhere is measured not by tne scored S.x MJ ion: ?P& perspective by the fact thai Bventesn have passed Bince the suicide of the ambitious little Austrian corporal in a i ei in b -:..:er and the collapse c: his "Thousand Year Reich." Nearly seventeen yecrs have passed, end %  till the inquiries continue, the searches lcrge cheac unrelentingly, and the arrests are made. The most stunning of them all was the capture of Adolf Eichmann, who now awaits theresult of his appeal to Israel's Supreme Court from a death sentence imposed on him in the Jewish State last November. The Karl Wolff arrest suggests some knotty questions. Not the least of these is: So many years after the fact, how long can the inquiries, the searches, the trials continue? All men interested in justice will answer that they ccn continue just as long as it tckes to bring the culprits to light and to punish them for their inhuman crimes. But, after the Nuremberg trials themselves, the most spectacular of them all. the Eichmann trial in Israel, demonstrated that there simply is no defined limit to culpability for the Nazi beast that took the lives of six million innocent Jews — and countless millions of others in a war waged by Germany for the advancement of her glory. Untold numbers of men and women, along with the Eichmanns and the Wolffs, are equally guilty because without %  ."em and their willing cooperation, none of the Nazi atrocities would have occurred. The problem, therefore, seems not so much t&e need for a contest between justice on the one hand and the Nazi leaders on the other, cut c relentless war waged against the crime cf man's inhumanity to man. This is not to say that the continuing searches and arrests are oif base; it is in the .-.cure of things that they must carry or. relentlessly — H only as a primitive aspect of the war against inhumanity. But they are. inded, primitive at best; and the recson is that they seem ieast effective for the ultimate achievement of a higher human understanding. Neither the Nuremberg triais nor the Eichmann trial — nor indeed any other search, seizure, or court case involving former Nazis — hes changed the tone cf the German people themselves. Every public opinion poll there in recent months, no less than a climbing number of anti-Semitic incidents, shows that the inexplicable animus remains. It is this psychic disease with which we must deal even more efficiently than we deal with the Eichmanns and the Wolffs, and sadly not alone in Germany, or we will have dealt with nothing. The Core of the Problem The pitch of the report to the Sencte on Jordan has interesting overtones, particularly these stressing the fact that Jordan bans Jewish tourism and that Jordan, an indigent country at best, can ill-afford the commercial loss. After so many years of pounding away at the more appalling aspects of the problem.' we can welcome this kind of comic relief, but we hope it is temporary. For it is not the challenge to Jewish tourism with which the U.S. Government must be concerned. More at issue is the double standard of American citizenship that the Arab potentates have imposed on us — and that we wordlessly accept year after year. Extending their relentless war against Israel to encompass Jews everywhere, the Arabs have: • Launched an international boycott de•• %  f v • %  %  Th. Jewish Fioridi.n %• **'' *to J ** \£V.P*hS the Jews* Wtekly. M £* ,r %;,,, worldwide PMWJ Agency. Seven A*t FMturj By no r|Can As < of ~' '. I during Hie week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On .y..r.oo L a A r a ; r.'.. V r5,,0t Out of Town Upon Request Fr'doy. January 26, 1962 Volume 35 „,„ Number 4 21 Shebct 5722 signed to biackmcii czi:::i.i: dc:r.q busii with Israel. • Embellished th [viduc %  • enterprises doing -. sin. w it sraei. • Imposed th L enter] %  r :h key a:._ : even lesse: | onnel :: ish faith. [i the Arbc9 access on this front they tv ctssiui or. another. By :ing U.S. of-i that our relations with the Arcb nal theiine. they iorcec the withdrawal c icon Jewish servicemen :rom Near Last d il brought our government to accede to special travel and passport regulations for American Jews traveling in or around there; and emerged from their campaign with a terrifying range oi general concessions that weaken principles of democratic freedoms. It is these that lie at the heart of the report to the Senate on the Jordan ban. All e : se .= mere commentary. The Danger of Vigilance The Israel Parliament is continuing to make a big thing of the establishment ot cuiturcl relations with West Germany. New considerations in Parliament lcte last week set down a series of stiingent regulations governing such future relations. As we indicated in these columns recently, it all seems downright unrealistic. Israel's feelings are easy to understand, and Jews just about everywhere share them. But the recent 25th cnniversary celebration cf the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, marked by the crchestrc's performance of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, is a case in point. The orchestra decided not to sing in the original German the final choral movement based on Schilier's immortal "Ode to Joy,'' but to do il Hebrew instead. The confusion that followed nearly wn ed the occasion. This, oi course, is a minor siderction in an unquestionably major p:c. area, but it illustrates the shameful lev which cultural vigilante-ism can bring en ot wise intellectually accomplished people. Chip on One's Shoulder Whatever else may be said of her, V. Germany has been most diligent in her responsibility to Israel under the S866 million reparations agreement, which is shortly to come to an end. In addition, the Bonn Government has attempted a variety of friendly gestures toward the Jewish State. If these have not always been successful, the burden of failure did not m each instance lie with the Germans or at least, those Germans of Dr. Konrad Aden' auer s stature. The recent Israeli decisions affecting IsraelGerman cultural relations are a case in point Aa would certainly tax any attempt at friendly ties between governments. The seemingly immediate reaction to this came early m the week when Bonn specula lively announced that future Trade Missions or proposed diplomatic relations with Israe Irniqn have^to be governed by how the ArabsTee! S2LRST a crimp on ,he West & All of which should tend to *W,. i that a chip on one's shoulder ant, be a very expensive thing. O r S1 IsrJSnlT* his shortly after independence wi'hher fa? ~ that matu.f adults read as sharply :• my part series on the recei age conclave here -. j v i they have. A good friei 1 .n the echelonof disti ijfhed community leadershii told me quite franklv that I the mark. IT I vie "violent statement" of my opinions "chi ldishly" miTored ., nsychic set of lh young people I hart crltlclzMrrflrtrem*'. ,,ih a Dint-sized target requiring demolit on. I resorted to huge ar .ii.ry weapons when a slingshot seemed more clearly indicated. Cf what he minimized, in no way lessened the depth of hi? own | tally violent response to the series. If it was all so unimportant. u-. : unbridled sense of aggression and toward me personally rather than toward the idt as invi h i d? II shaped up this way: .'." : .:'by the last column, be a cted future, to aring a "yarmufke" ;.a matt recalcitrant Orthodox „ Greater M ar : ''''' u01,1 "" "' 1 > ''' • ation for the fan I my en. he | led thi I te r< gistrat ci s si ap] arcntly the em i gazing around n .:.%  %  • ] an ultra r< qua eil nts pro' i • ul • ,iews on teen-ager! is it •• that th • tr.ee is J ., %  against criticism — guilt n y frien a permissive par* i and the cha i .eness This, in any case, it I %  % %  -• i thi r such reactions, ell cas people;" that I am • d< mo< ntu that ] hati chldrei I am "intolerant" toward teer ,ihi more readily need my understanding" than by "berating UNDIMOCKATIC ttSPONSF 10 AN UNDIMOCKATIC CHAKGl UT THIS SKIRTS I hi : indami i lal issue — that 1 do not rec ill thi B ast column's heii voted to .. study of the varieties i f rSi experience, al all, except as they may manifest themselves in relieeducation for young people How could my friend, therefore, deduct thesi other fears with respect to me. my children, and my hi me' l tmil it almost bizarre that an admittedly traditic nal. at these times stern view ol Jewish instruction, should elicit so c ilorful %  d devastating .. r spi i •< Yet, perhaps il is not strange, after all. Permissiveness, other things, frequently dotes on .i cavalier rejection v. Judaism and gious education. \\i m longer employ leeches a d bleed. r.^ .<• a medical therapeutic; although what has supplanted thim is wmi mes hardl] mori elfectivi Whj continue the practice of Judaisi But I do nol hen plead thai n udernity is always the motive for cast ofl tn on. Often. • ghtenment"—the "enlightenment el me say, of thi Ab Cahn-varietj of Jew during the first det Iwei lieth centur> Ann rica — il al does the trick. Can %  leni people ti n pond s (l violently to the i ol personal .> even on si equally personal a subject ous education? Pn ihey are democratic, especialb i the> were so firm i criti zing mj "undemocratic" a I teen-agers I hi ht ti free expression. Why denj m< I protect a a I a-Mi liberty for let E agers" TI • answer ma> %  at I might very well contaminate" thi m y \ iews. But let me acynic enou ;h to li lit • thai to my ov n, are much ti i revaK nt I ,0 '' %  .,i impression in th< mal • %  r SUK:H fo CUIPABIVTV JN POINT OF i i, ,. ,. limply [ g, su %  %  rel in ui education, vhile • the Ineffectiveness of thi i I i foi curriculun I rmulati I lalf baked attitui %  verj %  Kind ol leenagi | ii ti al bla parents .urn .foolishly accept the responsibi • tear that is our univi %  Few more parenu than a r mj friend predicted foi me. I :| '"' ii %  lay Hebrew school. Neither wi ft. enlightenment" other than reje. perhaps a better word of Judaism I %  ff to which they pretend 1 do I %  • r i j iriend, who is indeed and without i"on an intellectual ol estimable quality. And it ,.all the men ,,"'"" I'svwyrci ihi hi should have deduced se many things • %  "n my last column alien to its highi -t purposes. -nri mi 3 !! ; ,' ~ ; "' becaus my friend, a community le_ •" ;''" "Hen in our discussions seeks to uncover the reason h he seeming supping sensi of A ader of neti e reason h merican Jewish identity — orirfi.nnrf .,; % %  >'•""><-"^< oi American Jewish identity — < profound problem that ;,:.. „ 50 manv obtervtri of Iht ronl0 n i'iif ik I '" '" v r l(K,k f,,r tht f ault in the Identity TMg NffO f 0 JMIiH fUN B UT BEL 'EVE that Judaisi for Judaism has survived t ph sm means far more than these things: hrough eras of the absence of both rgaSriau'iSJ^S '" S moM l,rnUcd tradiVioria"! form, and suavely .... .... cl ^"mssive parents iri,.ni,fv %  o uncover reasons for community — even For with what will the already reje'rtedVod" !" ^ P renU ldl n,lf >' tomorrow, when they have a in tei %  -•



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rnday. January 26. 1962 kwtetinarkUar) Page 3 A Cabinet Hears Refugee Clarification Discussing plans for the Attorneys Division buffet supDer Teb. 6 at the home of Circuit Judge Irving Cypen are .'left to :ight) Walter Kovner. Mayor Kenneth Oka, and Phillip S:':.:::. Function is for 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. Seek Religious Observance Ban in Washington Schools VSMNGTON tJTA The ; i oi Columbia school board school boards in the surMaryland and Virginia i • tics ere studying thin IUI -' l > the Jewish com i m ;] ol Gn aler Washing. ihej prohibit public school %  IM i\ anci s "i anj kind. 'he council asked for a "policy tSat clearly prohibits the conduct (' re .9 cus holic'ay observances md o her religious practices unrf public school auspices, whe'icr optional or compulsory." The Council did not spell out what i r-'.int by "other religious prac1 ces but it is interpreted to mean Bible reading, recitation of '"e Lord's Prayer and similar cravers recited in classrooms or : -:ci assemblies. incil i bargi .1 (hat reli%  rvunce in t h < public i %  < nds ! n, i c rcse "h has proved no B i dr„g can K ive such strong yet •'h safe relief „ Anacin Tablets. JERI SALEM tJTA) Mrs. Weir, l-r.i. I's Foreign Minister, clarified in the Knesset the stand ol the Government on the Arab refugee problem, which was a major issue at the United Nations Genera] Assembly last month. She. reiterated that the Israel Government considers the resettlement ol ihe Arab refugees in Arab lands as the only solution to the problem, she also said that the Israel Goernmcnl opposes giving ne rcniifi e i %  in • hoii i between returning to Israel or resettlement in Arab countries. The Foreign Min : ster made her statement during a debate in which the opposition parties criticized the voting of the Israel delegation on the issue at the General Assembly. Three opposition motions — presented by Herut, Mapam and the Liberal Party—calling for a full-scale debate on Israel's voting was defeate:', 37 to 25. The opposition parties contended that ih.' Israel delegation had acci p'e I a I'nited States proposal, giving the refugees "free choice" between being repatriated to Israel or settlement in Arab lands They said this vote by Israel's delegation went counter to ,i Knesset resolution, adopted Nov 6. insisting on refugee resettlement in Arab lands. Airs. Meir said the Israel delegation voted against the American proposal when the clause calling tor "tree" choice came up lor a separate ballot. However, she maintained, the delegation had no alternative to accepting ihe American resolution when the drafi as a whole was put to a vote, because the t'.s. resolution "contained other, positive features." She declared the U.S. resolution provided that it is up to Israel to decide "if and who and when" an Arab refugee is to be admitted, even under "free" choice. The Government, she said, never look the -land that "not a single refugee" is to be admitted She said Israel is also safeguarded by thi fact ih.it it -till insists that any refugee admitted must agree, unrier an old UN resolution, "to live ;:t peace" under Israeli rule. Ner Tcmid Men Meet Sunday Membership social and dance will soring a monthly father-and be held by the Men's Club of Terni reakfast, A blood bank drive i Mer Tamid nn Saturday evenrecently completed for member ing. tinTemple Thi Men's Club is presentl> sponDale Regent iclub presiden -son was •j of t. *£L *Pt>, I write my own success story WITH Dade Federal SAVINGS! AUGUST BROS HyZ L. is tflt.sr.' WISE MAN I Not long ago he drifted with every tide and uncertainty. Today he's driving forward to happier tomorrows. His savings build success and security into life... shut uncertainty out. Write your own future, with a fluctuation-free savings account here. While the funds protect you, they're protected, too... insured up to $10,000 by a permanent agency of the U.S. Government. And our generous earnings help your goals leap into reality months, even years, sooner. Ask our MMMI Put yonr accumulated cash to work now. Then add to It oftenin 1962. It's your surest way to drive ahead and stay ahead financially. There's FREE PARKING and ONCE-A-WEEK EVENING HOIKS at all Dade Federal offices: Main office open Mondays and Branch offices open Fridays to 8 P.M. All other weekdays to 4:30 P.M. Write your eucoess story with Dade Federal SAVINGS "One ol Ine Nation's Oldest and Largest" IZ)ade Federal t/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI 4 4 % Svjni account* are insured up tu $10,000 by an a**ncy U the I-adanl UovwouwaU 'fISIPH M IIP-QN firudtnl PER ANNUM (Intended rcte effective from Jon. 1,1962) PAYABLE & COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 5 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY Main Office I Allapattah Branch North Miami Branch Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch 101 E. Flagler St. I 1400 N.W. 36th St I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. | 1901 S.W. 8th St I 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 175 MILLION DOLLARS



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= Aidcv. January 26. 1962 +Mn>isi> fkrkRam Page II-A Jack Popsck Named President of South Florida Division of Hebrew U. Friends 4 iebrt i She' : fceren I %  :; • St< • II i w Academy students plant the first tree in honor of Tu at Jewish Arbor Day. in front of their new school now ouilt on Pine Tree dr. and 24th st., Miami Beach. Special onies were held Sunday morning, combined with singleli dancing. Each Academy student pledged tc in Israel, and proceeds will go to the Jewish NaFund sponsors of the tree project. Left to right are Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Academy; Linda fifth grade student; and Steven Gerson. fourth grade Engineers Strike in Israel Selection of .lack S. Popick South Florida business, civic and religious leader, as president of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was announced this week by Daniel (I. Ross, of New York, national chairman of the board of the American Friends. Popick is president of .Mechanics Uniform Service, a Miami Industrial uniform rental service and served in 1961 as national chairman of the conference of the Insti lute of Industrial I.aunderers. held in Miami Beach. He has served as Southern regional director of the Institute. In recognition of hi* firm having given "exemplary aid, assistance and employment to the handicapped," Popick recently received the Mark A. Li^ht Memorial Award issued by the World Committee for the Physically Handicapped. Popick is active in the Wor-id Committee and has played a leadir/j role in the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and Brandeis University. Financial secretary of Temple Bmanu-El, Popick is a member of the national board of governors '• the Israel Bond Organization and chairman of the executive com mitlee of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. He has served as vice president of the South Florida Division and i> a member of the national board and Co-.tinue-i from Pag* 1-A .. I : -ads of the Teach i. i an agreement s. providing for waye in. certain fringe teachers in the H ichoo toacherj will re PIW cieisffi ranging from I £ H'el* U S 33.60) monthly. fhey II j.sa get further increnen\ ever j s. percent raise an increment is granted <> % %  er.-)inters in public instiWioni no* on strike for higher pages. Ill fund will he high school i nti n u <• advance Rd will enable teachers to take a sabbatical leave, with Hi) percent net pay. ever) eight years There will also be bi inises lor teachers completing refresher courses "i researches. increases for teachers holding uni\ ei sitj r Zev W. Kogan, local attorney and counselor for the Jewish National Fund of Greater Miami, lias just returned from a week long conference in Sew York where he discussed planrelating to the future growth Ol .INF here lie was 10 report to the local executive hoard on Thursdaj. AFTER THE WEDDING THE MOST CHERISHED WHISKY Imported from Canada, this great whisky has unmistakable character. Mayvinim speak of Seagram's V.O. In terms of "true lightness of body...surprising brilliance of flavor.. .distilling advanced to a very fine art." Seagram started distilling overlOO years ago.Seagram's skill is withfact is expressed in V. O.-and found throughout the world. out peer. This the favor it's **•;. VSSK V-'; %  %  'lO"*** -• •-" '"* ,.**!! KNOWN BY THE COMPANY IT KEEPS Imparted I" th bottlt from Canada. Saagrams V0. Canadian Whisky a btnd o selected "wtiUMti. Six years aid Ml Seagram Distillers Company. New York City.



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%  1 •.&•'-?>*" %  £-=I a&g V'C*r „ £ v^f^JS^a;!fS Fcge 10-B ftJfewfc^/XoribVw Friday. January 28, 1952 The Courier /y L/I/MW t^cnwarts %  Ja Pecre r Rum, 27 tnd r Gaorg. Burns t< !. R B IV ii it re< • La' B c th m s the Dr. • i• -UII /Mill I ,'.. % %  •v %  -• th second shipmenl i lers sent to Isi Mendel F.iher red head of the Je ih Nat ,,-v York on F I r Phi Klutmck an Albert Einstein ( ge ol Medii i • lea ; !" i cr F b 2" at the Biltn Samuel Rch'.erg, president ol Israel Investors ml dve the second annual Scoous Award of the American I ew University of Jerusalem at a Miami Beach dinner Feb. id chairman named by Daniel Ross is Victor Carter, newly[srael Bond chairman for Los Angeles Both the National Iren's Cardiac Hospital and Cedars of Lebanon Hospital are filling airwavs with excelli monials and appeals for funds Cedars ,s to -ape messages j ich ol the personalities brought in tor r dinners New to the University ol Miami faculty is Earl L. Wiertr, a di Ctor of philosophy in psyche -trial neering from Ohio State where he was a Woodi i fellow Unfortunate publicity given to L". of Miami over th ent-disred cheatii r i mi h isiz th intensivi search >ui %  %  aking for a new president Board of trustees will not seitii I less ible. N wly-appoinl udgel comi tl • Jw vish Federat! • ej .01 D: : :e. Sicmdin leH : rig ; at M. Albert, Jack Sandier, Stanley Spie W .-.---.• v:r L. Green, Rabbi Norm-n Snap K M • Coqen. Theodore Berman. Ssated left to are 5arton B. Goldstein. Joseph A. Post. Josepii Cohen Sc.m Cohen, assistant directoi of Fed erction. chairman Jcck D. Gordon Mrs. Nu.tc:i Sirkin. Leo Eisenstein, Mrs. Gec.ze A. Simon. El A. % %  Chaim Hencg, fcrmei Isr eli intelli%  _. hief ai immander of Jerusi m 1 ir a s ,, f.iA me< tational inaus iral dn I, .... York on Feb 11 Si Michael Comay, !-i, \::.i to i nite i Nations, will a Iress lead rs il eal Which reminds it is ti Eoi very one to piti A J. Harris and Col Kovens S I '-' 1962 Vnd if j %  thi t Miami has s parate fund-raising i arhas stantly shifting | iti in. a-k anv nati D • or eland where the >ni i h communities havi ted in : is| for thi sub irl Although UJA is replacit nnual Bi ach natii with the New York mi I I will I Beach on Feb. 20 at tl he me of Mc:ris Brown, first pi %  • Palm Beach Country' Club ... In r to join that swank shment. which includeJoseph Kennedy -its members, a prospect must evidence satisfactory philanthrop standards Such a step would be well in order among our Greater Mil mi country clubs Mrs. Jennie Grossinger will be back in town to help with the national Women's Division conclave of the Americ-i Friends of the Hebrew University, which Mrs. Louis Glasser and Mrs. ChafWs Charcowsky are heading at the Americana on Jan 30 to F( 2 ... Dr. David Klein, professor emeritus of CCNY. will chair Fli rida Author Night a; the Miami Public Library on Feb. 1 He's terrier head of ihe En-.'li.-h Department there. Dr. Milton Saslaw, chairman of the Young Scientists Committee of tr. Heart Assn. of Greater Miami, has arranged for 11th grade studi s in each of the area's 17 senior hUh schools to tour Jackson Menv ~ia! Hospital on Jan 25 William J. Weiss, who was selected by H. Dante B. Fascell as his principal candidate tor admission to A apolis, has served as assistant scoutmaster and on the North Miami High yearbook and newspaper staffs He's now attending Florida State University Fascell came out strongly for moral censure, a mandate break in diplomatic relations, and economic sanctions against c : ro Cuba on the eve of the Organization of American Stateconclave at Punta del Este. Uruguay. Untortunately. the large South American i n>. displaying fear of internal leftist pressures, are not going along wi : the United States, and our Alliance for Progress plan might t< • scrapped if we pressed the issue too hard. e • • Lewis H. Weinstein, testifying in Washington at House subcommitti, nearings on FEPC legislative proposals, said discrimination against Jc seeking jobs is both widespread and often subtly disguised He p' r led out there is no easily discernable pattern, for in cne industry Ji s are limited to sales positions, and in another are acceptable for ir;.:hing except salefunctions Participants in the Feb. 5 Heart r am at Miami Beach Auditorium will include Dr Louis Lemberg, a-iciate professor of medicine and chief of the department of c eltctrophysiology at the University of Miami schcol of medicine, and Dr. Milton Lesser, cardiology instructor there Fred O. iBud 1 Dickins:n, chairman of Gov. Farris Bryant's Committee of 100. is -pearheading the college-on-credit program in Florida, aided b> Allen D. Marshall, vice president of General Dynamics Corp and Bennett E. Kline, associate director of L'SA Fund-. Inc Stanley H. Fuld, associate justice of th,' N Y rk Stati Court of Appi the j for the 1962 Jewish Welfare Board's Frank I. Weil ards Miami Beach iaglow with thi nvasici .':_• cand travel editorwith E istern Air Lines the '-.-Hotels "f Miami Beach r visit We W mi l Fred Sherman in merits that the Beai. long-range powerful tout rity That was thi M or Mai En'jlander. but • ward without power We ah Ken Oka t progiai f. tment including pul rt ions convi r d Di Georqe Grahcm. Not shown are : an .. >be C. Fine, Dr. David i Kirscli Mrs. y C Myers, a vie? president c: : ert Russell. Harold Thurman vce • ci Federation end nationc. v :e "%  ian of the Largo City Eudgettnq Ccn*9i ence and Leon Kaplan, budget cor-.rr. rman for the past two years, who Fen is now as consultant to the present committee. Sussman Named To MIT Group William Suss m i n of .V nl ";' I 'I 1 '' Ma-*3 Institute o s A. Stra las am %  • %  %  %  • f MIT a i es .%  -. %  1. %  tun s a] %  •-.., %  | n tl a 1 area the s< ei t... | il %  sta i I %  J r i: i a a member Miami I .: Kiwanis Club. Mrs. Max Greenberq (center, a founder of the Miami Beach Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, is honored at a recent party at Douglas Gardens. Looking on as Mrs. Greenberg proudly holds her presentation plaque ere Mrs. Sarah Cossik. president of the Residents Council at the Home, and Mrs. Frances Makovsky, program coordinator for the Auxi iary. Contest Deadline Looming here Adath Yeshurun Dedication Day The dedication t ih Scro'l and the con^ecrat'on of a rev • irsery school playground will :.:ht the ei• %  -•%  re mpie Adath Yeshurun n Sun lav men ing Feb 4. Rabbi Max Zucker will -a I 325 families of the cons a service beginning with a proi •nal from the home of Mr and Mrs. Adolph Mitchell, on lS3ri St.. donors of the new Torah in honor of th. niversary. The proc*ssierl, *hich will include the Temple's membership and student body, a e!or %  juard from the Abe Horrowifi Pest of the Jewish War Ve'era-s, and the Boy Scout Troop sponsored by the post will thn move to the Temole grounds a* 1323 NS Miami Gardens ir., No. Miami Beach. t! %  %  %  : : • Jewish Music rWontfi Jish Music Month" will be the theme of I program. "Still Small Voice." in I ty, 10 J m over WCKT eh. 7 Sponsored weekly by the Rjbbinical Assn.. the pro*ram iil %  as guest Rabbi n Malavsky, president i| the %  ciation and spiritual leader ot the Israelite C Farband Film Set Wednesday '.:-Frankl :> R iosevelt is 'arra%  for i I lm which will be iighl-g! >f the Farband, Zionist Labor Organi: iti m meeting al ) %  %  • %  Wi Inesda T.-.e program sche luled at the : iral Center. 842 >• is open to the rhe film, "30 Years of si irj : the firsl ilf a centur) [si Mrs,Ben Y II %  Shafkin Takes Second Term Louis Shafkin. president of the & th Shore Citizens Club. \sa> in%  .1 : r a second term as preai %  ndaj at the Saxony hotel. • %  %  : fficers installed were Max D Goldhagen. firsl vice president; Harry Kamisky, second vice presi5am Abolatia, third vice • ii • lam Alice Abolafia, % secretarj. Elsie Tulm, : • mi tal secretarj. K )se Reltz, corresponding secretary; and j Kahn, treasurer Miami Beach Councilman Bernard Frank was installing officer. DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mail. Mail your orders to Rich Dali GrovW for prompt handling. di .din .• for the am w. Contest of the Burea Ji ish Kdueation i red b;. th( American .1 e w ish Fi Mda Women's Division, iM inday. Jadges are Reyna Youngerman. Chrrles Jacobson, Leo M i n dl i n tin David Musk at and Louis Sci'.vartzman. Sjbjects fcr the contest are '•F.ace — What Dees Judaism Say • %  %  %  ; Contes i ither ibv 11 First prize in • ach contest ill be a S50 VS. Be :d, second prize, a S25 IS Bond, and third and fifth prizes will be books Jewish life Awards will be made at the Bureau's winter meeting on Thursday. Feb. 15. a: Terr, pie Menorah. it i service will be coni itorux \m> HEALTH suox MonKey Thru $,„„,„ 9jn .. 7 „.„. ..,„„,.,•„ „ ^fp „" 080 B,SCAYN£ ttVD 0*C.H, Ph FR 3 1252 INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES (/* e JIB iptt'tfy If you wonf Orangtl •nfy •r G'opifruil only) In 'fruit protector' gift carton* 90 1b. box $11.95 Full bushel w 8.50 Vi bushel 6.50 12 lb. sampler.... 3.75 Compart quality and prlca*. Yen aaal baal Rich Oala for auparb vaiua. Weaj Includa dalivary ancapt Add 10% *—* Miaaiaaippl,(2.00 to Canada.tatislaettM (uarantaad *r fruit la raplacaa W mon0 tafundad. RICH DALE GROVES Weirsdale. Florida VriN fa. fraa (..* tt mm>f a



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p h ; ; .-e M +JeHt Heritor Friday. January 26. 1962 i s-::*ss-. —*e # -: ; : — t Pocc s-c.c ^ rh* *-92 Cs--*e*n*c Je sASMS ; I-= •s aui/*e v -eee-s :o: e-^-^g I*** tc -rant *e Re" 5 .efooc g-oup co-chairman David Blank: Kanxa Fr^ed'and a-vd Jerry BUnk co-chairmen of m* Food a->d Hc-e s D .s e>Food Group Shows Fifty Percent Rise Over '61 %  -~ : %  : l %  %  J ^ 1 ... ttl K r %  fc.^ i f • ^ Cs-<-a • —a;--.; 5-— c ; •%  ^czr c :.: r s:. ::r • %  %  • %  %  proui foi its • %  %  r i r .. \. a :. •• immigrant --. %  -. execu*.] J< %  F %  •-| j s ; • • t un CJI PHILAHTHKHC FOWl T His Service a Potent Factor Here : : 1 : • I : %  :I r ii — : ; -•: •.--. — -: :; r!i %  • ; : %  • SEK S-.w ; I %  %  I • he h.is DUE FfB. 8 Judge Cypem Hosts Supper for Attorneys iportatil single ..• %  imi : %  1 •.' a amoun ol ei %  • .. Great* r Miami 1962 New Horizons I gi Mayor Oka said, Lik lh other divisions in the bint d .i< i >h Appeal, we %  Ne Horizons of giv: an necessary 10 meet the New : :.c < d I chairmen lor the atdivision arc State Attornc) Richard E Gerstein, Judge .' M ; h \ Morris, Stanley C. : • and Judge Harold Spaet. Associati chairmen are Martin ll. Spieler, a n d • H Traurig. VICI .... rmen arc I. Jules Arlelvyi t umkrs, Robert %  i • i. Mack, Prank Marks. Lawrenci r Porter, Lloyd iskin. How ard R Si harlin, Richar B Sion< Ice members include i > tronox ii/. Jason BerkRichard Brickman, David P Catsman, \ Budd Cutler, l !< men Ehrhch. Leon A Epstein, Essen, Sanford S. Paunce, Milton Feller. Gus Peuer, Mar .hall Pcuer. Jack \l Pink, Roben R Prank, Judge Milton \. r Gi Ibcr Samuel GoldSi mucl i llalpcrt, Burton Louis Heiman, Daniel N ii' ci Lewis Horwitj la run M Kanncr, Lewi* Kanncr Ber JUDGE IRViKG CYPEN :. .. ter 1 r Mfr. %  Kn i-li Dai I I elman, Lawrence S. Levenson, .,arm \>-> %  'ii L < bman, '•.. %  .. • l. ii II |, Wallaci N Hear; Kenneth Myers. Stanley Pred Milton II. Richmond, Arthur Philip Schiff, Jndg Sidney 1 Segall Harold Shapiro, Samu. i W Shapiro. Harry B Smith Harold I"annen. Saul T. Voi Zamfi. William J Weitael. Elliot IVeston, Marvin I Wiener, Raymond l. Wise, Harrj Zakernick Other prominent attorneys • are 1962 CJA officers include Marshall S Harris, vice chairman Ihi Ti ades and Professions Richard Hi i • ich, ass %  • %  lessions i in< I Leon K SSIO! and %  %  Efrons \HI ch urmai Profes: I >ns \ %  > ce i*vpe '> n ys ol Gn ti M ii di m istri • i i assist thi :.. < ; irea r ami, a< well as a • : Fer Ih.s kind lun is at thi i • • r ., re \ through the Con '<< %  peal i.-• thai t-n oiu i JA Won,en '* D 'viion meeting at the Algiers Hotel brought G1\L ,W Y? mm ni V lexers together. Th.y ,. *rv fa* A Goldste.n (left) in d Mrs A J Ha,7s



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Friday. Jcnuary 23, 19S2 +Jtwlsi> ftrriHtr Page 7-H Golden Agers Plan Installation The 13-Ii annual ins latloo of "nitior. agency located a'. 1538 Bay 'he officers and boan! Itr : of the Gold* -i Age i (ship Club f the Miami Beach YMHA will be held on Sunday al The Miami Beach "Y," a branch Gabriel Heatter veil known n< % %  • -pap r ana ysl i and o com mi %  lent %  keynote address di. 'c Greater Miami Jewish r -c'or of I %  <. munity Center, is a Jewish Fed% % %  ins I ng C de:i3 f-r the talk on "X-Ray DeCur:: 0 e 3reast Cancer" to be given :'-: Gi:->.:.".-Cchan at Mt. Sinai HosTu^sd-y, are representatives ci the i Cz:::-:: lorgue of Miami Beach. .. ., -•.. ,,, Tvj rs ^i^o Schor.feld, Mrs. '.'..'.:o:\ Linn and Mrs. Mickey Krauss. Standing are trustees of Mt. Sinai Hospital, David Phillips crd Leon Jacobs; Dr. G-jrsh.->n-Cohen, chi:-f radiology' cf t'.ie Albert E.nste'n Medical Ceiitar; Samuel Gertner, executive director of Mt. Sinai; and Dr. Jack V. idrich, chief rad olagis;. GOING TO NEW YORK? THE SHOW YOU MUST SEE IS u anrnum. mtir purr —Chf-". Ne*i Women s Cancer League Will feature Noted Detection Authority on Tuesday FREDRIC MARCH DOUGLAS CAMPBELL,. "GIDEON" A New Ceeiedy by PAOOY CHAYEFSKY Olrtetatl by TYRONE GUTHRIE ORDER NOW FOR BEST SEATS! PLYMOUTH Thea •„"Vo-as CIMMA ini't)ilu-i Art. at NOW LfcCN SCrtACHTER'S YIDDiSH-AMERICAN Vaudeville Show JACKIE HENKIN I :c 's.S-4 ; %  : :i Comic EIDIE MICHAELS Polish'olio" faaUriel Singar :0LO1H5 DEAN 'zpulor S>JI->u Vrjrice Schwartl in TEVi AND H > Jl'JGHTER" Women's Cancer League, in conjunction r'i the Dam i Run) n : nd >\ ill pn enl .... ii sen ice %  ram n Wolfson Au lit >num al Ml Sinai H spital on T tesday u ith Dr. Jack Gersh m-CcI -.. aker Dr Ger>hon-Cohen's topic will be "X-Ray Detectioi it ( ancer The mee ing will be n I at I a in preceeded bj cofi nd ai 111 ding • i Mrs A b e Sen infel I, president of the Women's Cancer League, and Mrs Robert Z Greene, president of the Auxiliary for the Damon Runyon Fund, the public is invited to attend. Dr Gershon-Conhen is director of the department of radiology at he Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, a post he has held tor the past 12 year.-, and is an assistant professor of radiology .•I the graduate school of medicine. University ot Pennsylvania He is the author of more than 200 papers on this subject and recently coauthored a textbook with Dr Helen Inglesby on "Pathology and Radi, oloay of the Breast Mt Sinai Hospital is tiie recipient oi a Cobalt Bomb Unit, and the upkeep of two beds at the hospital for the treatment of cancer patients, holh presented to Mt. Sinai by the women's organisation. Currently, the League is antieipating the purchase of additional X RAY VAC! NE WOT \i.ann wi ek an. jeel pui %  X-Ray ia< h'ti I %  • arly ', tectioi o( i !-' cancer. %  .. '. x a r ; ll %  i r Fund, res lenl i Mrs Roberi Sr -no. of ,iv.. ii >ai supports the ..ual -<\r:,\' ;-' i r :n a 1 announcement will !>;• made at the Leagu third annual fund-raising I a n c !i eon en Wednesday. Feb. 14, at the Fontainebleati h Met. equipment 'o be presented to Mt. Sinai Hospital for use in cancer research, ani will hold its annual luncheon tor this purpose on Feb. 14 at the Fontainebleau hotel Dr. Lehman in Review Temple Emanu-F.l Sisterhood and 1'TA's "Book ot the Brunch Club" will present Dr. Irving Lehrman. who will review 'Mila 18." by l.eon Uris, on Wednesday. 10 a.m.. at the Temple's North Branch aud%  torium. III1TAIII Lincoln Road LIIHULri Miami Beach Jl 4-9700 Jl 4-62l '" Vl-nn, world's foremost dramatic soprano, !" -brilliance to Puccini's taunting!) beauuTul \j£&4 %  • This will be one of tne"most exciting f^n^^ 1 ^?^ sn< es "t the Miami opera .-..isou. i^X$£sV rlaviano LabO-GWor/ut Mar ofiaSraL, mdfimri* of W.UIHMIU 3 LlkOVa rurrrira.-ionu/h famoul My I Ml fflM for* < %  '. C wNT I iltimm WlUtrwmtmm ami vthtr outifanrfing prrformtri I "• '-.paluon and ,ke Vw York Cn) CmUT> 0*D€ COUNTY AUDITORIUM: TH H....*n. February 12. \9U TicKet, MIAMI E1EACH AUDITOmUM: c V s Ens. Fri, Sat., Hil. lojeU.JSO'^M.SS Mat. Wed. Lose $225 Opoh Si.50 m, ill., saa., Ml. ti UM 0t: SIS* -!••• lax Included. Mall 1/ addressed envelope, stamped, wllh check or iuoiia mtor to LINCOL N IMI*TI. 555 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. SPICIAL ATTSNTION TO THfATHi PAHTISS EXCLUSIVt INUIEMENT NOW 20S E. Flifltr St. Seterved Seats NOW on Sele I a.m. (*• %  Sit > Ci IN i ja. m if) NOW III THl WONOCt Of ClNEttrVMrV rVTS TfJ IN T1S£ fKTUl filawMl TaaU k aaar %  k ._ ^^-^S^^g^L^ ^aa'aaaaaf ( iTW* 1 W•W^ %  J % ^^ '^* %  ^STaaBBBBBj "THE PICTURE IS COLOSSAL! An opulent tapestry of medieval legend. Immensa material managed with firmness, elegance and a sura sense of epic rhythm!" -T.mo*o S oaino "ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST!" Miami News — NY. Times — N.Y. Mirror — 1 me .Vjgjzino mvm cliin W1BI SCATS AT BOX-C O.I T S.AiLI 2 SHOWS DAILY 2:3.) P.M. 8:30 P.M. 70mm Super Technirama-Tschnico.or TICKE T 5 ON SALE AT: aLL S SSa^S STORES — JORDAN MARSH. V I i i.l..i CORDELIA'S. 15 n K i. I i ALFIE'S. \ Road M CAPITOL HI-FI CENTER. 7 I '' FLAGLEI 80O'< 4 RS SRO. I .i %  '•! S 80O:< N0RIZ1NS. I So I 0a l i '••' I 00NNIN'S ARMS MUSEUM. MM N0TELS 4 MOTELS — Sit YOUR SUPT. OP SERVICE. EXtCfllVf RESEJV'D SEAT EX&A6EHErfT ROOSEVELT The Mill llraallfal Theslre on tha Rar IS MUSEUM. ___ .._ _•____„ „... ALSO AAiiASLs AT AIL 770 ARTHUR GODFREY RO. i MM Alrpet • Miami SeBea. • JB t-BUI



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Friday, January 26. 1962 *Jmist> IhiiUn Page 5-B I Eartha Kitt Due At Coronation Ball Featured entertainer at .National Children's Cardiac Hospital's first annual Coronation Ball on Saturday will be famed songstress Eartha Kitt. „ Popular mastcrof-ceremonies Dean Murphy will conduct the regal crowning of the still-secret "King and Queen of the Land of the Mending Heart." with Emory Erdelyi and his orchestra providing the music for dinner and dancing. To be held in the Grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau hotel, there will be no solicitations or speeches at the S30-per-person aflair for the benefit of the charity hospital devoted exclusively to rheumatic and f;>ngenital heart disease in children. Pioneer Women In 'Anniversary 1 "Wedding anniversary" will be held in honor of Mr. a n d >. -. Philip Kunin on Saturday. 8 p n at the Cultural Center, 82 Wash) ton ave. Sponsoring organizal is Pioneer Women. Club 1. acc< ing to Mrs. Joseph Krantz. pi • dent. Entertainment will be by the Israeli dancers, and relreshmi will he served. National Children's Cardiac Hospital chapter presidents Mrs. Philip Bendell. Miami, and Mrs. Nat Friedman. Miami Beach, compare notes on their duties as ladies-in-waiting to the Queen who will be crowned Saturday evenina at fie hospital's first rnnual Coronation Ball. Other attendants will he chapter presidents Mesdames Benjamin Smith. South Dade; Sol Goldberg. North Dade; Roger Grant. Flamingo; J. Jay Simons. Eroward; and Ralph Levine, Apollo chapter. New York. Proceeds for Youth I. R. Goodman group of Hadassah i will hold a card party next Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Lincoln Arms j Roof. 1800 James ave. Proceeds i are for Youth Aliyah. Temple Judea Celebration To celebrate the 13th year of Temple Judea. the congregation will held a dinner dance and show '< at the Carillon hotel on Sunday. YUBAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel FROM EILAT, on the Red Sea, the ships of Solomon sailed with copper from his nearby mines and returned from mystical Ophir laden with gold and gems and exotic goods. Today, Eilat is a thriving, growing seaport, destined to exceed its greatness of Biblical times when it was known as Ezion-geber. MRS. JOSEPH LANDAU Mizrachi Units Plan Conference A "petite conference" of local chapters of Mizrachi Women's Or-, ganization wil be held on Tuesdaynoon at the Coronet hotel. Mrs. Joseph Landau, honorary national vice president, will arrive from New York for the conference, which follows up the December regional gathering, according to Mrs. Alfred Stone. Florida coordinator. Mrs. Landau has represented the organization at the World Zionist Congress and was in close contact with thousands of children who are benefiting from the institutions in Israel conducted and maintained by Mizrachi Women. Participating in the "petite conference" will be Halikvah, Dov, Miami Beach. Kinneret and Avi\a chapters. Conference committee is composed of Mesdames Israel Teitch. Morris Bienenfeld. Harry Schwartz, L. Lustig, S. Silverstein. L. Tokayer, Max Newberger, A. Lcvinson, H. Zelkowitz, I. Berlin and S. Ilarman. Pioneer Women, Club 2, held annual Tu B'Shevat party Sat day evening at the home ol .V Miriam Wolfman. 1565 Drexel a. Mrs Abraham Shedroff is Cl president. -. •— %  *•-• 0/ it oil EVERY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE Mrs. Fine Gets Citation Here At a meeting last week of the Florida chapter of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. Mrs. Frank Fine was awarded a certificate as Outstanding Woman of the Florida Chapter" in recognition of her "•untiring efforts in furthering the cause of traditional Judaism." The meeting was held at Young Israel Synagogue, Mrs. Leo Jung, national board member, spoke on ihe many activities conducted by tin Women's Branch of UOJCA. Mr*, Harry Personik, president of the Florida chapter, presented orchids to rabbis' wives and Sis t< rhood presidents, in whose honor Ihe evenl was held. Musical entertainment was provided by Andori Kellert, accordionis! Ner Tamid Ladies to Meet Sisterhood "i Temple Ner Tamid "ill hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, 7:45 p.m at Sklar Auditorium. Mrs. Murray A Shaw, president, .-aid that a revised edition of the bj laws will be read. Plans will I also be discussed for an all-day white elephant sale on Feb. 15 un' der the chairmanship oi Miss Rita Goldman. Also to be finalized arc plans for a Feb 8 luncheon under the chairmanship of Mrs. Jack (Jerson. Program lor Wednesday evening will feature Meyer Samberg. education director of T <• m p i e Ner Tamid. who is scheduled to disi L'ss "Jew i>h Humor." This is indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to its blend, aged coffee beans... aged like the best flavored wine and cheese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban...every cup, every sip a joy in itself! YU BAN -The Simcha Coffee KOSHERPARVE The Piemiiwi CcftM ol Gtneal Foods Nurses Unit Is Cedars Guest Operating Room Supervisory Nurseoi Southern Florida wire guests of Cedars ol Lebanon Hos; pital at a COffe and social on Friday afternoon, A lecture and discussion followed a film showing on operating proee. ures. MrWilhelmina Bchkoff, cedars operating room supervisor, presided as hostess of the day. and guests were greeted by Sanford K. Bronstein, hospital administrator. its %  -. Deep rich mellow tasty... MCHLESS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes .. for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Friday. Jcnuary 26. 1S62 t***r*tFlrridH.~tr Pcqe J5-B Micmian Founds JNF Tree Grove y s Idii er has established N'ati •••-.il Fund gT"o\ e nt i the State of Israi ;:• %  memI :, v. ,!< %  Hell :\ Shuldin> i %  r ^.-a long historj ol •; starting when as he com inced ;> ot ::,ii .-:in the Ukraine, i • ci n'ribute ten percent i %  rnings to the Jewish N"a__ lati Mrs. Shuldiner was an i worker lor Hedassah in ChiMr Shuldiner. a Labor Zionist, is I a member of the Lebediker I ranch of Greater Miami. He prespreparing to visit Israel, here he will dedicate the Jewish • r..: Fund prove of trees as a i king memorial :o his late wife. MR. AND MRS. SMUUHHU Jan Ut< • R i • t Memorl Ot ituarics JOSEPH BRI2EL s .-.•.• %  dl< •; .1. %  %  • • i •• l" yaara ..•-. from I yn ar.d was a retln i < • • Hi wna Tiu mi. ..f •• r .-•... ng i.r. 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I P ST.MAN. addreaa I4tl I i %  • .•-• %  • before f LEGAL NOTICE • %  CE UNDER p C~ ~ OuS NAME -Asv % %  %  •. • HEN -%  N • IN THE RC Tffli P" ---= ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FT-OR Ti IN i\D "CI ->iDE COUNT N CHANCERY, • I BSC 616 STKi N %  -'. :'.N %  r. :. II NOTICE BV PUBLICATION :. • |NKE1*FTE1N o R liorou III rn-o" • vi. v. : :'. V. '.. Y. rk %  VI HEREBY V %  MPIEI thai n la nl • 1 • •. ha nat y.'.i, and Vi •:' s RE l-Y Rl (JI'lTtKIl to -T. ... ups %  • • S' -v.. r !• TV, I • I • Com• ". PT| I ill-Alt. FN Si SEN, '>!.. 1014 -. .hold ••' • %  11. ..-. .: fill '' %  ••• • •... %  1 the ofl • ol •'ol Ihi Clroi ii ." 1 01 • %  • • %  rVbi BI 1 vi %  ',,;_ | r : h the Dill of Co! Inl Ml I b. %  • ... nfessed aa. %  • K" n ai j 24th 19' 2 P. I s HERM v. • • .r u : t, 1 >ad. 1'. untj FI01I .. -•., %  K ••' 1 YM -.x. i : Clcrt I 21 J LEGAL NOTICE '.ICE UNDtR r C OUS NAMI v • .%  • %  %  ... NC-'CE PY PUBL CATION %  N -HF ~'RCl' T COUP"' OF -T-HF ELEVEN-H JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Fi.C* DA IN t\r FOR DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY. \c e?c fj \1 RWnIi, Plaint.£1 >1 .: %  • C CR Dr. CRCE %  • -• s • > : .v. • %  • % % %  %  %  %  • NOTICE BY PUBLICAl IN .-£; F.;_: TCOLRTCFTHE ELEVENTH JUD CIAL C'RCL T C = FLORIDA iN AND FOR CADE COUN IN CHANCERY. No 6?C its S I..V I : % %  •' %  %  • SuiT FOR DIVORCE TI : 4 N rievi land .Si. ill • %  ..., V. .. .!>M I !l M .1.1-1 BE ai. 1 %  %  11 • .: Rill ol Cm %  %  1 • • been 111. .1 aga %  and ; ... %  %  • ,• T. .. v cops of j • '1 -.>. • T 11. ading : %  Ihi Bill of Ci mi lalm i.n thi 1 Itorni ERMER. Rl .sirs& Mi 'l-.-i<\ In %  Road, Mia • B< ach .• rii. ihi • %  %  %  n th. offiei if f the rirc.ilt Court on 01 1 • '"i • Hi. rd das • Ft bi u:n %  .. 1912 • a. ji1l1.11:. nt bj d< f-iult 1 tak. againat you for 'he r. ih Kill ,.f Com 1 lain! 1 %  • •' • shal 1 %  u ibllsl each .... f 1 • 11 conatcutlve weeka In THE JEWISH I... IRII 'I IN DONF. l.vp 1 .RDEREt) I Mlam • lth day ..( Jan s 1 E I L-EATHERMAN, ri. rk 1 Court, 1 '...1. County, Kl.ni.la Ry: C. L ALEXANDER, Dej H) Clerk s .. Ml '1 SKY ': Miami B. a. l. f .. %  Roaen eya foi Plaintiff LEGAL NOTICE CE BY PUEUCAT ON IN T HJ ; RCL T COURT OF TMS ELE AL CIRCU11 FLC'~ .: f-.AND FOn DADE Li NTY N CHANCERY, f2C 318 SUIT FOR DIVORCE %  Y. %  I > 1 \! \ I I | our An %  %  • I %  of I '..III. ail 111 M '. i:' S • %  ro.li Bu a %  :. %  hi i rls i lilt in lli. i,ff|. i the Circuit Courl on th. 9th day of Pel ruai .. 19 o do a. I idgmi nl 1 ) laken agalnal yu %  • d. TH...,,'., ,1 | n t ne mil ''"I %  notlo. ... in THE :!'\\ I'M' SNII 1; 1 h A E I.EATHERMAN, Clerk, nl Dadi Counts P.orW '* I I. E II LAN WAY its Clerk iRVIN 1 ss IENER, Eaq %  %  1 Mian 1 Att. > for Plali %  %  • ] 19-26. i bt publlahi .1 01 %  ecu tivi w. •PLORIUIAN I'EREP .,1 Slin %  %  I Janua ; -, h.-.# %  • • %  id —linn! • .' • V %  .. %  Lading 'I %  .: %  %  '.. %  \1 Vi :•. • %  1 S:n t M %  %  ... \awir or 1 %  • : • '.-< .• %  >!..'. %  It r r: %  %  r it fc-i he 281 %  I f y 1 ill In lli • %  '. fi !..'•: • %  1 •'„ n '.i. f demandi .1 n the I • %  • ahull % %  1 %  %  • % %  one. *. %  e weeka ::: %  • %  1N %  •, \: %  '.1 -rnvi • \i .. ihia .tli das el Januai \ I 1962 LEA I'TII'K'.I 'A ." %  ,1 T .'. : I.,..' 'ounf T 1 .. I .. M I'AV Sl.AHIs 1 •< >. T 'U rk • s'rI M VBIQH Attornes al Law .... 1 iag I. 1 St., Mia l'i, Fla • ••. rnej foi Plaintiff IN THf 01 MTV M Of. r c rr RT ;N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORID* INPROB'TE. N". 5A76 IN : late %  .. • N ... .. NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  1 ...• p, • Pemands Agali t Said Eatati Y, %  notified •-.•'• ir. L'lalma .. T ; I niiil: a .... the eatati ol RAY PUGARMAN .:.•. .1.. | lat. • <" %  •' "" Plnr'i th. pea of Pade Coun•v. • • • %  Il • %  in ti.. %  thouai in I >ad. u • 1 rix cal. ndi 1 il date % %  ( '' %  • ih. aamt fl i 26, 2-9-1J bllcatloi I • 1 .1 : a BENJ • si IN si".; SUM AN -. r RFRNSTE1N .s MILLER Vtti rni y 1414 Comrrea* Bu %  %  Miami. FI04 1/19-21 : 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \ •; ICE l> HEREBY I11VEN thai 1 hi nderslgned, desiring lo engagi lr buainese under th.' flctltlo 19 nam. o' 1 N!' VPI"1 OPS in IBERT'S at 1851 .. : Drive, 8" th Sla nl; alto 1854 1 Hlghwas. South Miami in,T... %  • •_ -!••• s.i.l nami i:h th. n | • '-, 1 Court ol 1 "adi %  • m !;. BERT l\ i^ 1* ,1 > e owner) • .. -in i: Pres > : -. ', I PST1 IN r A %  F; .. 2-9-l \:-'CE L'VCER =• ;T C.f NAVE LAW 1 VEN il %  1 %  .. % %  "' ... %  %  %  NO* :E".--:_: ; ELEvE'."*e-JSC ^C : C r F ;= DADE %  %  ,_-%  62C "27 -E : OR K L E N %  Itei • %  -' liuee 1 and > I '" 1n. Bervtci 1/26, 2/2-J-K .'.; %  FOR D VORCE ... : %  '.. %  : '. %  • v I %  %  ; • .-. \ : I ...: n{ ll Ihi %  of Complaint • • Plainl IT* all 8 VJNPBN .' PAPI S.E .. %  : • Street, North Mlnal An%  %  : %  • •',.' %  I Court 01 b. %  ... of Februan • 1. %  .. : 1 ;. dt '..-.. the n •' Bill of ... %  .-. N %  '. %  ... %  %  %  : .1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 412 "I.ISTK1! M. I! SN la tiff. VTBETTYE M"LEAN a k a BETTYE ItRPNSi >N 111 f. ndant. NOT CE TO DEFEND TI BETTYE Mi LE \N ., o ki ;,BETTYE BRL'NSl IN Rergen Street N ...... N .. 1. %  aey YOl* ARI HI REBY NOT1P f/'P that a bl • nt has heel nat y. nnd s 1 an re. ^. • \. • nawer or othei •. %  vi %  .. t h e r e t. 11 1 ... ....... >••• vv,• %  •• Ing. Mlai • • • or! alnal t he r. I %  :• %  %  • • %  Cle-k of %  • eft re th. ecree ] • -. nal % %  1 %  %  %  v %  %  .NOT CE BN PUE :-" "•• • THE : c : ^.r.^*:-"1 ELE.ENTf .'LD'CIAL C'RCl r OF FL r 1 NASD FOR C DE c : • %  • N CH AN:E=Y. N92C ?4>0 ... .. 1 SL IT ""OR D.' ORCE 1 teal • New York -. >E 1 ii.i'M : Botil ore. b;.1 en filed I are r*. Hired t.. .... %  I A11. ..'-ol i of C. rnplatnt on %  •-, %  • vINSLEE I. IE ITS. ss i Flagli r Sir. 1 • nd file thi i.i 1 Pleadiic In Mil r thi 1 Court oi ClRCc.T COURT, nth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLA No. tlC 13558 MARY JE IN1NE PEAVY I • % %  i. SSY I .;. • am NO CE EY PUBLICATION Yi HP H 1 EAVY, 92t P, l 'i bans Ga., are notlfl. .1 -••v. nasver to %  : • '.' r %  uint fil. againat you 1 '' met OE( 1R1 IE Nil' • %  W 7i -• Mian I, II with Clerk .•! tl ft 1 • • %  .1.1; ..iry 2!". lj. oint rwla. 1 will bi 1 .. .%  • mber 21, 191 : I H FSRMAN, Cle:k 1 H. LANWAY, • \ '.' k I 5-12-:.' N( T1C1 R PIVi iRCl IN THE C RCL T COURT OF THE ELEVEN-,'LDICIAL CIRCUIT CFLCR'DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Nc 62C 146 SI i ... : I HI] NCIA, I ntlff, s 1 \ S I NT I' '] ED1ENCIA ; •• • SUIT FOR DIVORCE I VINCENT 1IKEPIENCIA "... ST S TIT ii. n > Avenue Nt w r ana, Louisiana VINCENT F OBED1ENQ •• %  •. 1.-. • %  .:., Complal :. : Divorci haa be. n filed m--aii and you .. • n Quired t*. ... 1 :. copj of youi Answer ..r Pleading 1 •.' 1 ol Comnl nt 01 thi Plalntlf: •ttomi y, I. E 0 N s RP II RUBIN. '.!•" %  %  ank Building, Mia .' %  :'. Floi and file Ihi original A • %  wei : P'eadinj In ibe office of t CJerl f the 1 'I cult Court on ..T I fore tin 12th day .'f February. IW2 II %  to .'" al judgment by ii fault will i • ...... II agalnal you I %  %  thi '..-.. In the r N .'. iSStCl VTU >N OF N ft' 1 RK 1 TY • : Land POR : : %  %  NOT CE OF SUIT Lund • V' : : that I be. • ••. %  %  • th. • • ••. %  1 of 1 .... .... %  :i. '.,... .... ON p s 1 %  ; CITY, ...%  %  rd • ibe r. ".i..l in PI • : %  ."• s' ... 1 • ; Ri • ount. Fl Oven Modi I .!-." %  : lo file your %  BSVI mplainl with 1 PI k of the ..... "ourt and 1 .... %  1 aintlff'a alb MARTIN FIN1 '.ith Floor l>a IMiami 32, 1 -.:• %  • ry 12th, 1962, a Ueore. Pr. %  nfi aa> will b. : • %  • Oat. .1 t 4 l>.".-'. HERMAN %  of thi ull Court -.. I H. LANWAY, IJ Clerk T befon T • • • Fehi •.. • • (on. rt %  : '-•'.! lorn. '. %  • %  • • T* %  • : • ... IAN N .'.' s %  I I II %  %  •' %  : .:-;:--'• NCT CE uNDER r C C 5 NAME LAW • %  •. BY GIVEN :i %  .... ..• %  • %  %  I 715i R %  %  nda IA11I1 N I:Y



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Friday. January 26, 1962 Jew/sf fkridli&ri Page 9-B w 1/E5TBROCKS Country Club leld i %  • sre cocktail pjr. • unda) afterthe • >use on Tami. m Trail ju^! off the Palmetto a--. H indi eda of guests adnd the i and club, and enthe i ar e„> ut entertain%  offered. For the party, Mrs. Jo>eph r cho*e J '. • >-piece black rhs jacket ended in ; al' ve the • %  aistline with a i .' .':it'i in a cummerbund .. the white was repeat• i ne kline, A beige colQua %  .lace sheath was oice oJ I' %  • %  R'ibert Huri wh ch as high-necked, %  i'->. ami wah a blou.-on \ two-piece cocktail ensemble ul Goya r "i .i I g Id brocade > worn by Mrs. Alan Benjaller sleeveless sheath was lopped with i hip-length, doublebreasted jacket Her white embroidered i 1 g ives and beaded were accessories she brought hack trom .Pans. Mrs. Bur; Topwhi'e faille cocktail soil featured bracel -t length sleeves with a short, yet full parasol flounce, contrasting becomingly with the tailored cutaway lines Ol I ii" jacl-et. Mrs. Henry Shier wore a twotuii'iensembla of an imported sheer wool lace in ivory and gold llame. The sheath was tcpped with a full-U.-i^tn matching coat (rimmed With a shawl collar of ranch mink. Olive green was the choice of Mrs. Sheldon Kay. Her silk alpaca combined the high bateau neckline in front, and a low-scooped decollete line in back. A b:b ol turquoise and gold blended with the iridescent tones i" her fabric. • • kJRS. Dory Auerbath chose a champagne-colored silk lace knil sheath. Matching colored .I!:II bande.1 it at the neckline and sleeves, fend also created a bell effect with a double banding %  'he waist Royal blue silk shantung was the choice of Mrs. ured in the back. The always in i;ood taste" classic black -heath wathe choice of Mrs. Max Jacob. Mrs. Harold Pomerantz wore a two-piece cock'ail ensenfble in black s:lk linen. Her -heath featured a d.aped bateau neckline, and a short peplum at the waist, A self-fabric flat bow was draped across the front of the peplum. and her jacket followed the tuxedo lines. For the cocktail party. Mrs. Philip Schiff wore an emerald green satin damask. A floral chiffon print was the choice of Mrs. Marshall Feuer. whose dress was over a matching print of >atm. A biege two-piece liner, ensemble was selected by Mrs. Daniel Cravitt. A full-length tailored coat covering her matching sheath. Mrs Sam Sapiro. chairman ot the women's Division el Ce iars of Lebanon, wore a biege metallic embroidered wool sheath Her necklace was of Russian garnets Mrs. Ron Levitt cho.-e a polished cotton print of green and calusa coral. The asymetrical design was on a ground ct white. Another in white was Mrs. Sam Bornstein. Her cotton lace featured allover multi-colored floral embroidery. Royal blue salin belt and shoes provided the color accent. Among the hundreds attending the premiere cocktail party at the new \7 ilbrooke Country Club last weekend were the Sid Efrcnsor.s ol South Miami cr.d the Edward M. Strawgates, cl Westchestsr. The :lufc at 35C the Trail, will have .ti Bisl ruembei s .:.. BLACK a ad white was the color !" choice cf Mrs. Edward Strawgate. Her bodice featured an offtht-shoulder neckline, and the full skirt was white with black flocking. Topping her dress was a shiny black straw cocktail hat. Mis. Milton Korotkin wore a royal blue silk linen ensemble. Her dress was a sheath with a matching reversible jacket lined in a silk blue and green paisley print. Gelman, Gold Plan to be Wed Mr and Mrs. Saul Gelman, 865 Allied Lev. Her sheath followed 80th st.. announce the engagement '" Classic lines with a high of their daughter. Paula Evelyn. "'Mine and tiiree quarter-length to Larry M. Gold, son of Mr. and sle eves. j|rs. isadore Al Gold. 2311 SW 22nd three piee ensemble com! ter. Dining gold liame, burnt orange Now in her first year at Dade and tlame nfo the brocade was County Junior college, the future u rn by Mrs. Norman Rothstein. bride is a graduate of Miami Beach •• : bodice featured a modified High. bateau neckline, and her length jacket wa hipslightly sculptCAMP HIUOALE CO-IB 4 TO 18 MONTICEUO. NY 8 Weeks $375 MODCN CAMPING 125 BOYS t GlUS SPICI41 TEEN PROGRAM All SPORTS, POOl. IAKE. BOATING. FISH'NO. TRIPS. RlOING INSTRUCTIONS. 5VV:VMiNG. CULTURAL & CREATIVE PROGRAM. SPECIAL GUIDANCE TO YOl'MG t NEW CAMPERS EXCELLENT fOOO. DIETARY LAWS Writ* Ben Grand 259 Washington Ave., MB MB Phono UN 6-9711 She belongs to Gamma Sigma Sigma, service sorority Her fiance is an alumnu> of Miami High, and is presently a sophomore at Dade County Junior college. No dale has been set for the wedding Stern to Speak At Youth Service v, -orge Steri reci rector of the S IU) n Z nisi Youth Comniifion %  %  N'ati u al Y< ting Judaea, will be guesl soak al student congre • serv >al irday, 10 a.m. a: Be'h To: ih Congregation. stern who will introduced by Diane Gurman. I pi -ident of nbi congregation, graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in sociology and -pent two 'years studyu g ... Israel. He will direct '.'amp Judaea in Henderson,-illi N.C Mom thin 100 bovs am! eirls a r e members of Young Juriea [roups a' Beth Torah and leaders include Sandra Levy. Jean Cohen, Cynthia Sdorr, Linda Edelman. Sharon Sigmond. Sonny Levitt, Norman Levi':. Harriet I.ovine, Marsha Ball and Ruz Ashley. On Sunday. Beni Torah Young Judaeans will be host (o a countywide conclave of more than 27 Young Judaea groups, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sterr" will speak, and a quiz program on the recent festival cf Jewish Arbor Day, Tu B'Shevat. will highlight the meeting Israeli s ; nainii and dancing will also be included in the program : the future m s*K> n 1* Wednesday evening. arents. Rabbi and Mrs. Ti : H Stern. 1061 Michigan a'.e. Rai j the spiritual lead Flagler-Granada luncheon Rabbi's Daughter Sets Spring Rites er ol H-eth Jacob Congregation. A graduate with honors from Miami Beach Hth. the bride-elect attended Stern College for Women and ii presently at the University of Midi Hi r Eiance, now attending Brook!>.. College, received his early education at the Yeshiva of Hebron in Jerusalem, and was a graduate at Mesivta Chaim Berlin Rabbinical Seminary. An early spring wedding is planned. Apvers Tell Lois' Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Morns Apner, 2227 SW 2nd 'er.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Lois Ann. Groom-to-be is Michael Elliot Rosen thai He is the son of Mr. and MrAl Rosenthal, 2994 SW 24th ter. The couple are planning on an end of-June wed.ling Flagler-Granada Sisterhood is sponsoring a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 8th st. Games will start at 10 a.m. : BIRTHDAZE : Philip Miller was born to Dr and Mrs. Bruce S. Steir. 9201 SW 16th st., on Jan. 13. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, ol 9024 Harding ave. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ph lip Steir, 1568 Pennsylvania ave. HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON TOAD M. JE 8-1861 I V PAULA GELMAN Judge Friedman Presents Paper Judge Milton A. Friedman, vice man went tu Washington, where he chairman of the Slate of Florida, presided at the executive board Of _, ,. r j governors nu


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BPWS^CBBW Pcge 8-B •rrcmcet JL^ekm We the Women an V,:MANOF THE WEEK In a night club. Prul P:>!'-ak heard Jerri singing. "I Want to C.ct M Tied" he decided to marrv her himself and save the rest of the \ -Id from having to Usten. However, the world didn't mind likening • Jerri sing. Her lovely voice and magnetic personality still rate. Jerri was siven a ukulele lor her birthday. .Not knowing how to play. * „£ j err i s room. Jerri concluded that it wasn't j [ttKI real and decided not to marry a man who want( her to wear fake jewels. However, alls well that ends well. The -• iaks have har" a story-book marriage. Both are interested in the I itrical field. Paul i^ a Footlighter. and Jerri is the founder president ci Props, to which she is dedicated She is also active in Multiple troll's, the Parkinson Foundation, and PTA. of course. The Pollaks live a verv full, well-rounded life, with many social en•£..ements. Thev do a lot of traveling, as well as going out in their 1 at, the Pow Wow. Their fojr children, the eldest of whom is thirteen, Lmda. Billy. Johnny, and red-haired Ricky. The whole family is athletic, but the latest game of the moment is chess, over which they ail have 'flipped.'" Jerri and Paul play golf, they love to dance, and : bi e won many prues on th? dance floor. As a legacy from her aunt, Jtrri loves to cook and bake. "! Heard You Cry Last Night" is the song that Jerri wrote. The royalty are still coming in Sixteen years ago. Jerri made $650 a week as a -nger, but she wouldn't take tep times that much now; she likes being a -susewife. t SAME EVERYWHERE Sunday evening, at seven o'clock. Claire and Mike Gettinger will otvibrate the Bar Mitzvah of their son. Joshua, at a reception supper at Bt Haezrach in Ram?' Gan. The fact that it is in Israel and not in the I ted States is about the only thing that makes it all different. There j \, I be about 250 guests, coming from all over the country. Miami sends congratulations. COVERED DISH The dishes aren't really covered at a covered dish luncheon or dinr It's an old PTA custom that means everybody brings something, pr< sumbably the food you arc noted for. If you are on very good terms with the hostess or committee, you bring the rolls, or pickles, or coffee ;• I cream. The Tuesday afternoon Bridge Club—the original group .jht by Mrs. Sidney Lewis—got together at the home of the Dr. and Herman Meyers. They were supposed to go to the Dr. Reubin i; hkinds; but "sh," their hoi'se was too cold. Sie and Ruth Mendelson. Si i and Edna Langer, Nathan and Ethel Machtey were part ot the up. When dessert came, i huge birthday cake appeared in front of Jessie (Mrs. Samuel) Gertman It was then she knew the party was in hei honor. VvhERE WAS MAE? Arnold Perlstem's wife, Mae was missing the night that his new plicate Bridge Club House opened. No, she was not at home reading th< bridge book: nor was she tak'ng a bridge lesson. She was ill in the r spital, but is better now, and can hardly wait to inspect the new club or Bay rd. AT WESTBROOKE COUNTRY CLUB It's a huge place, most attractive. Evelyn (Mrs Sheldon) Kay looking lovely in gray bemo-ned the tact that the wind was playing hi oc with her hair. Lois (Mrs. Harold) Pomerantz agreed The day it the Press looked around, things were going on as usual. V'N van Lipkin ph'ving tonnis with his daughter, Fredlyn. Stanley Marcus lc< kin" not a day older than when he went to Miami Beach High School, playing handball. Sheldon Kay. one of the proud owners, in a paisley sport jacket explaining thai they expect the club to be a way of life— and a happy way it appeared to be. The pool is the absolute largest hire abouts It looks a: if the Olympic Swimming Races could be held in it. Ed Strawgute ?nd Morns and Betty Cohen leisurely eating brunch AGAIN NO PHONE Seems to me people just go on cruises to get awav from the phone It would be a lot less expr-ns-ve to have the phone disconnected or wear car muffs. What brought this on was a card from Donald and Esther Rubin from the S.S. Ariadne out in the Caribbean saving. "Wonderful time; no ringing phone to answer." THIS 'NTHAT It was a buffet dinner party at Harry and Marilyn Smiths for their ir.nds from Baltimore. Alvin and Joan Blank. Judy Rosen's Paul was aood as a floor show. He l< a marvelous joke-teller Dolores Wilson One Of the towns best Twicers, was at the party with her husband' Allan. Tom and Judy Gerard and Bernie and Ellen Mandler did their share of keeping the party lively *..„h R C i k B a d ?T P om cranc "ave company. Hope, sister. Mrs ,h M n r H K N T Y rk ,S Ca,ChinB up on a ,he 8* S 'Pshopp.n^ M*"' a nd bas ^ ,n ,he sun ''"fortunately her husband had to" go to Chicago where he u freezing +Jewist> floriJiair Gompers, Dvoor Exchange Vows Sheila Sondra Gc; ry Leonai I 0\ oor %  i marriage or Satu I the Seville hotel, t N. Shapiro and Ca Lipson officiated at the 7 candlelight, double ri which was followed -• and dinner. Given in marriage • I the bride wore a gown French chantilly lai gar.za, featuring a i and chapel train. The % % %  long si.ves both end sd v'.'l T -.(I acci rdion tiers on a back ng oi cascaded n row afiei The thre?-tiered % %  • % %  '. imported French :V.< by ar. inve ted ch ntil encrusted with seed iridesce: t p lillettes. Judith Migden and Mi Herman were m;iid aid honor. Arlene Wise and E e %  Tepper were bridesmaids ft Herman was flower girl. %  arc Meyer a tended the guest Best man to the bride 1 --> im %  as Leonard Kolchin. Willian pers, (ho bride's br ither, w: ior groomsman, an I vid Krasner Bernar I 'a <: %  ard Cohler, Stuar; Sr Price Stuart Markus N irr Young. Abraham Wainber Frankiin, Leonard P. Scl Victor Zandman sen e I ; Martin Herman and Fi .' Herman were ricgbe irer The new Mrs. Dvoor is th d ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ha Tj pers. 1937 SW 16th avc granddaughter of Mrs. Saral Budlo.i. formerly of Baltimore. Md. She is an honor graduate of Miami Senior High, where she was a member of Future BusinesLeaders of America. She attended the University of Florida and graduated from Florida College of Medical Technology a, valedictorian of her class. Her sorority >s Phi Sigma Tau. w %  %  HUM O.'00 Mr.*. Sa i %  • % %  N .; .-. • re he r %  • location •' bi egl rci %  \ t'rom •-.• ersity o! V i b >:nes % %  nistratii n Echo here hi is a marketing nv r He was i ding meml er •' I IU I)< !ta ind served avice counsel of thai fraternity, Formerly with L erger and Co of VI.. he is presently on I utive stafi •if the Jackson Byron chain. After a.n extended t' tor (he Radio Free Eui in New York. ',::' duv-iii received his B5 and .: i t.oni Tulane Univer-i%  \ here he a-. a member of Al i Epsilon Pi. He was city direc: the Zionist Youth Commixhile in New Orleans. At pnsI • he is the Oliver Cromwell dorArnold B.ological Fellow al 3rown University, working towards PhD degree in biology. Mr. Gussin has taught at Brown and at Bryant College. He is an associate member of Sigma Xi, a lenl number of the American >i pietj 'ii Zoologists, The couple are planning to be ueil June 3 in New York. Fleishmans Will Live h Miami \ in .. ce i er-length g iwn > f Lee Postelnek .:• to Fred Fleishma l Sal la; evening. Jan. 13. R ibbi Norman X. Shapiro i rmed the ceremony, whi( h Hi > % %  i by a reception an Ha ter servei and Mr-. hen Mi Sinai a: In :-. the bride's sis is r %  : ::i iid of honor, Gubi rnu > was Mrs, Lester Co%  Scudy, Emily %  %  Fli shman, the "ridi sister wen bridesmaids B >s1 man to Mr F leishman was Lester Cohen. David Edel in, Bob Presner. Harvej Scudj and Tid Nahova ervi I as usb ;-. of Mr. and Mrs. Ir\ing 15 SW *2nd ter. the br,( : ami S nioi High. 11 : %  %  a lental technician m rechnical High J! : : '' : -' ol the Kej Club. His pan :: are Mr and Mrs. Louis Fleishman, 2270 SW 28th si After a honeymoon on Miami Workshop Sets Tot Standards Workshop on educational games (i i children age 3 to 5 was held at a recent meeting here at Citnu Grove Elementary School Sponsoring organization was the South Florida Assn. on Children Under Six. Mrs Ethel Grossman, supervisor of the early child de velopment program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, is president of the association. Participants included Mrs. Grossman; Mrs. Beverly Yelen, teacher of the Southwest YMHA Branch; Mrs Miriam Harris, head teachei at the branch; Mrs. Gertrude Weiss, teacher, and Mrs. Helen Weinstock. head teacher. Miami Beach YMHA Branch; and Mrs Irene Pieper. teacher. Southwest Biaixh. &%;,:!.*• -' >y B 'ach, the vouni! couple will live al 24


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=i %  M ^vi^JSSTSHs ^s^^asfws Page 12-A 9>JtpsHn*ri4i*n Friday. Januarv 26 Pop' Simons Library Fulfillment of Drea Planning their 1962 activities {or the New Horizons campaign of the Combined Jewish Appeal are these leaders of tM Manuiacturers Division. Standing (left to righti are co-chairmen James Bresslcw and Herbert Miller. Seated [left to .right* are Phil Revitz, Martin Lodqe. vice chairman Ronald A.bart. and Maurice Abelson. Eddie Cantor's 70th Birthday Celebration To Inaugurate '62 Bond Camaign Eddie Cantor, national chairman %  > %  the Builder> of Israel and one ol the beloved personalitiesin show i ,-mt---. will be honored at a na• inal celebration of his 70th birthd iy, which will be the climax of the inaugural of !he 1962 campaign fi* the sale of Israel Bonds, it was announced by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president ot the Israel Bond Organization. The nationwide birthday tribute to Cantor will be held at the Font. inebleati hotel in Miami Beach on Saturday evening. Feb 24. as the climax of a three-day coherence oi United States and Canadian li aders to launch this year's drive tor Israel Bonds. Louis H. Boydr, Los Angeles business and community leader, will serve as national chairman of the birthday celebration and the inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, which must raise a minimum of $66,5CO,0CO in 1962 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's larqest & Old;sl Supplier for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Wnolcso.'e & Retail ISRAELI GIFTS AND NOVfir/fS 417 Washington Av. JE 1-9017 for Israel's economic development. Boyar. who for a number ot years headed the Israel Bond drive in Los Angeles, was recently named rational chairman ot TrusteeIn this post he will have responsibilty for the mobilization of top saleof I-rael Bonds, chiefly in the Trustee category, which calls for the purchase ot a minimum ot $10,000 in any one year. Dr Schwar'z >aid that the special tribute to Cantor would be ot "inestimable value" in providing the foundation tor a successful launching ol this year'.drive •In honoring Eddie Cantor," he sold, "we are paying tribute to a ed -how man who has established an unexcelled record oi service to humanit; and to the Jewish people. From the earliest days of the Hitler regime to the present, Mr Cantor has steadfastly worked >o mobilize financial aid for the establishment and development of [.-rael a.a homeland for la rue nia.-si ol the Jew ish people Rabbi Mulavsky on Radio Rabl ; Morton Malavsky w il cuss (iod Bless America" on Suni tij 9 is a.m over station WGBS • %  ispirii al I ol the !lelite Center and president ol Greatei Miami R ical Assn LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE TU 5-T639 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710S.W. l?.rh Avenue Miami, FU HARPY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON FCNERAL D;EC THURMOND MONUMENT CO. mvnts you TO ran ran* snowoom AND DISPLAY LOOK FOR TtVO-STOffy WHITE BUIIDING r % %  —— imisf MAY m SERVE YOU AS Yit HAVl SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 *WJ -Of BIAUTY DIGNITY AND PIRMANtNCY GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS Be h lorr ledicatio ; %  ; : : : AM Librar : jent H the < %  %  reds -I tr •• "^ •Pop ... iry i A .. % % %  •-%  coilecioi a I %  the I'.iiversa t l ISIOI ol ..: Sin s has been a Beth Da\ I %  •'-'' years, His le< p inten -" in : and their availability to the lie nas born in 1921 He n then operating a motion picl house ui Shenandoah, la small farming communi > ol 000 ( oncen ed aboul youna sters wandering the streets during the school year playina hookey." Simons d icovere I that those who could no; afford buy books were not able to at tend school. In Iowa al thai time. :t 'ifor each countj decide whether or not sen KJ b Kwere to be free to stu dents, Page county dr. not provide lor free textbooks Simons elici'ed the assis of Me nry Read, attornej .ndoah in lb %  *•>•"'• <" books for jht ardu,i after tw > years, the uzed in Siidersnip :-. 1 ir .1 ,rd vM ed to ml ins wi .. s ,„ %  th ir hal. rhc MI hnica'.iti i -.n in e h -1 %  %  w 1 I nays, inciud5 r ,-.. • Free Textbook years afti r leaving p mt.. Simons passed andoah again He called Read, the attorney who • i ime his friend and ally irij fight 'o secure free %  xth ioks They arranged to • %  • for lunch When he arr • to Keep hiappointment ith Read, there were gathered • ge'her -">0 town-people whom R ead had hurriedly called—to tribute to Harry "Pop" Simo ,v n he ••••• isioned a library „• :•„ Da' id Congregation, he sp ( i bank account : ., -..hn'i he placed not only ...,•,.• %  •.iere I mate I. but In, own contributions, awell, February" 4. 1962, w},en| beautifully furnished l.braj Beth David's new building! be formally dedu Simons, 83 years ol once again have the ot knowing thai he h lished another goal •> je, | PALMER MEMORIALS "Mimmi't Only Jewish Mcnumtnt Builders" Exclusive Dealer "ROCK OF AGES'' FAMILY MEMORIALS Jewish Groups Testify at Quiz Continued from Page 1-A job discrimination orainst Jews. "As Jews," said Mr Weinstein, "inare committed b) tmmen tradition to a deep i |ai I tor the sanctity and inviolabilit> ol th %  individual person Even il Jew joyed full equality, therefon would -till be concerned aboul discrimination against an) group on grounds oi race, color, religioi or origin."' TinAmerican Jewish Committee su '' thai l • %  • i • • : emplo) • %  as • %  %  • .%  : %  lespiti • lion ol man> -' ales bei • rj s'udy i i since w ir I Wai 'I has %  'hat il si • %  "i in iti ..... ; Wldl The statemei El) M. 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Page 12-B +Je*dstifk**&M Friday, January 26, 1962 Relaxing over coffee cups are these members of the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary shown at c recent service-report meeting. All ere volunteers at the hospital aiit shop. Thirtyone new members were enrolled in the Auxiliary in the month of December, the report showed. Left to right are Mesdcmes Eavid Stuzin, Lawrence Adler, Doris Maicuis and Robert Rodenberg. Jai Alai Star Taking Lead Ondarra, nukr.arred 'Rabbit'" by contention lor that title ag2in. and himan* ton-, is starting to make now is a prime contender lor the .. .Most Games Wen title as well. !.:> presence known this >ea>on at ^ „ Plaving at his current pace OnIhe Dam. Jai-Alai Palace. ^ ^ ecBpM ^ mark ()f K The diminniuvc front star, twice siciories set by Vergara in winft inner of the World Singles ning the Most Games Won title Championship, hamoved into three seasons ago. 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Shchana Daman, star of the Monte Carlo bright stage package got *ome TV exposure herself on the Telethen la~t week, and came over very well. Her personality projects in the Exodus room with the same sparkle and zest as it does on stage. Groups and parties interested in the Belle Barth siiow at topa Otv now are offered a varied dinner menu, with four entrees listed nightly. Belle, by the way. has been offered a starring spot in "Little Me." a musical adapted from the best-selling book, and set for a Broadwav Low some time in the spring. The show at Copa City is well-balanced, with Cootie Williams' great quartet backing Belle • Frank DiFabio. one of the best swing piar.ist> to come alone in quite some time, heads his recording trio, and singer Bobby Milano also is billed. MOVIES THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT: "El Cid." at the Roosevelt, projecting some of the most magnificent color ever caught by: a movie camera. Ctiarlton Heston. as the legendary hero of ancient Spain, is at his virile and vigorous best, in jousts, duels and leading his valiant knights against the fierce Moors. Sophia Loren is glamor personified on the wide screen, with fabulous close-ups Ol her exotic and compelling beauty. "Tender is the Night." held over at the Carib. Miracle. Miami and 163rd St. A dramatic offering of adult romance and conflict of personality in a gaudier era. Excellent performance~ b) Jennifer Jones and Jason Robards. jr.. and a fine supporting east. "Les Liaisons Dangereuscs," Roger Vadim's most controversial French photoplay to date. Somewhat a Partsienne "La Dolce Vita," though more heavily drenched with sex, symbolic and otherwise. Certainly not a movie for theunder II sot. At the Normandie and Mayfair. "West Side Story." at the Sheridan, a musical frolic on the sidewalks of New York. Some times quite poignant in its Romeo-andJuliet theme brought up to date with the Puerto Rican problem in Manhattan. Color photography and musical scenes rate top praise. "Judgment at Nuremberg." at the Lincoln, is a heavy drama, ex citing, moving and wonderfully acted by a super cast, including Spencer Tracy. Richard Widmark. Maximilliar. Schel! (steals the show). Judy Garland. Marlene Dietrich. Montgomery Clift and Bur; Lancaster. -k BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: A versatile performer, always on the move, whether hitting the keyboard, tapping out a dance solo, oi talking it up. is Johnny Bachemin. holding down the star spol at Murray Franklin'-. Frankie Hycrs, Kay Carole and her dummy, and the Cookieround oul the funfesl that continuetill dawn al the Beach spol. There are fev femali performers around who have the vivacilj and tempc of K-N Stevens the lively Mar ol Bonjours. Paris the colorlul revue, with loads of lovelies from Prance, al the Deauville Casanova room. Up Hollywood way, you'll find the songs of Damita Jo, at the Tack room of the Diplomat, really thrilling. She's boo! Clinton, Artie Shaw. Benin Goodman II OConnell, Jo Stafford and Bea Wain, was wrapped up for future generations in Chevrolet's Golden Anniversary recordins Georgi warrington, of the local Dums copies of the recording or, ham hospitals, schools and similar organizations, li you know of such an organization that would like one of these RCA long playing records call Warrington at the auto agency. I was a confused announcement in one of the daily colent y about the Singing Violins leavink King Arthur's ney wrn t be. The announcement was almost like -ayinq There was umns recent 1 Court. The Art Bruns would leave. M?x Brown, who has been at Vhe Vill'aV for six years, continues as the fiddlers' leader. 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Friday. January 26. 1962 Charles Jacobson One-Man Preview In Grove Sunday I |,. K ,'icobson. one of I • : abstract artists. tan show of recent 1 a .:, the Village Corner Caller) H36 3. Dixie hwy.. Coral rubles, s'ai ing Monday and conIhTOsJgJl t\b 24^ plion j"d preview will be Erom 8 to 10 p.m. ., i,, bil feature ti paintIhe esstonlst style. Among hi 'arger works, Jacobson csigrei eight giant Aztec mtr a on csoper columns de,j ve fro-i ore • Columbian themes he found while traveling in v.i co a-i the West Indies. The : rlumits are en permanent view in 'he Americana hotel. id 14 one-man shows m :lic South I Iin; ial art training al il Illinois and the hu .,. v : • ol Fine Arts. Ja( ..:! with commercial ;. Mich,elson and the Rudolph Weisen % % %  IJJS regular media l lers and enamels 11also constructn ^ industrial maid >ik. wood and p %  -' JetHstl Fkrirfitn Page 13-B John Serbin Will Head Heart Fund Campaign BIN CALPIKIN El Al Names New Manager NEW YORK — Appointment oi Ben Galpei in to the posl oi Esi i oast n gional manager was announci b) El A! Israel Airlines his week. Bi rn u Ru na and raised in Is rael. Galperin has been with El Al tor the past ii years. His fluency in len languages has served him well in key commercial posts throughout the company's evergrowing network, including seven years In Athens as commercial manager for Greece; two years as commercial manager for Israel; and hi> most recent assignment in Buenos Aires, where he set up ihe "•mn-my's fust South American branch Incomparably EDEN ROC N G ROOM : by RUDV 3ARRONS Hun jar'an Troupm with Ma; tret Baiter '30 P.m. THE Every Night an epicurean delight... TUESDAYNeapolitan Night Enjoy the best Italian dinner • you've ever eaten! FRIDAY —Traditional Night mpeccable observance of centuries-old custom s.. .superb food, sacramental wine. SATURDAY NIGHT GALA Unparalleled dining elegance ...unequalled gourmet cuisine. Two orchestras p'ay for your dining and dancing pleasure. SUNDAY —Shore Dinners The finest seafood a j*an. Catering Manager DIPLOMAT RESORTS A COUNTRV CLUB I!0 0 feet o' Ocean Pr rac> MOI. y *OOll Dy t"* SP. FlOnQl .. ,.J<:-~..^ Nave that Business Meeting* Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needi in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for • weddin-j or a private party I Insurance Executive Back Local insurance executive Harold Abbott has returned to Miami alter attending the second annual Leaders Forum sponsored by the University of Illinois and held at the I niversitj ol Puerto Run tor Information! HAZEL ALLISON CATER'NG DIRECTOR JE 1-606! %  Bin BI. A Collins *• i / jmtmtAmjf 'ebwiv WW mw m T Elegant Functions tt) Co-npi e t e Catering Facilities for that Saecial Party served in superb lashion ""I "a luxurious setting that H 'ellect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or %  gala celebration with 3,500 sueite. Kosher Catrrmn Available Su, — • w • • • .. 1 \,^lt>-i II| I| I I < 1 W I < %  ^^^\ COaXHITtLT Ail COMOIttOMl* QjEAUVILLE Sa^l f ••Cutive Food D.rctr QN TH OCEAN AT 87lh (TRICT. MIAMI %  BACH 9r PHONE: UN 5-1 ON THE OCEAN AT 44th STREET • MIAMI BEACH



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!• Foae 6-B vJwtolifterkHotf Friday, January 26. 1SE2 f Greflf Books Course Thursday evening Feb. 1. a Great I : : Ttl fours. ,he Miallu blvd program The six west j jirilflrn are sptn. iored bj ami Library and •.he Greal Bookt Foundation, the oation's larget.1 adult education rx".' T ^ ss S£N^-TlONAL MIDNIGHT SHOW *., UN >> *'. 1 Ovtr 209 relatives and close fin rids from all parts of the countrj and Canada will honor Mr. and MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL Phone JE 2-3329 JE 2 3320 JAN. 24 THRU 28 World Fremiere ALL-NEW 1962 EDIT50N c "_ = "0 -: %  SCES RES. SEATS 52.50, S3.50; GEN ADM. $1.50 tax inel. CH'iGREN : : PRICE J-ic-er 12 Y;, V.E2 THURS., FRI. MATS. AND SATURDAY 10 A.M. SHOWS ONLY AH CONDITIONED FREE PARKING TCKETS ON SALE CONVENTION HALL A \ D ALL SEARS STORES Mrs Jacob Rabinowitz at a 50th weddir.g anniversary dinner this Sunday evening at the Eden Roc hotel. Mr. i:;.i"::".owiiz is head of the family which founded and operates the nationally-known Miami Diamond Center. The family have %  -t t r. resident! of Greater Miami sine* 1944, when they arrived from Philadelphia. The family core. II surround the 50;ii anniversary ccuple :it the dinner, is of four children and hei spouses. 12 randchild. Ever sinci thi an M rs I., inowitz :' %  : %  the Gn %  Jev, • and its as chairman of I 1 %  %  : • i of t %  %  is a lireel and a membei Mrs Ri witz is .. life m< mber of 'I < I • '.. She recently bi a a Guai Ci lars ol Lebanon U • d Mrs RabinowiiZ i %  orted the J msh Home lor the Aged as a niajoi philanthrnpie ir.iir < % > > > > > > > > > Copa City DADE BLVD., MIAMI BEACH BELLE BARTH & CAST NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON Make Reservations Ey Calling JE 2-6431 SPECIAL PRICES FOR ORGANIZATIONS Show Times 9-11:30*1:30 I0t/-t if suoit*Aj*s*tf •w j 04 c •ujninuifi •ui t CC It ui d ol j iweiH %  mi \\i AV^rTW — soi^oo^ a H — SioA^ OI^UOJJ Freddy Ross AWWOI ? mm m NIWHHDVa j£ 1 Auuifop — ind iM..„ N*ut, |:1| Urn. w*., $. PMi Community Ployhoust, Inc. pnHOTts "UNCLE WILLIE" J .. „ '••- *"NA IOMAN !.•*. Urn K.'h, MiteFM WtW t, MIL SHULMH COCONUT GROVE PLAYHOUSE SUPPER CLUB P'oudly presents G amorous Rosita Davis SAUCY SWINGING. SEXY SINGH New York C RECTCR BAILEY & His Trio ROADWAYS FAVORITE JAZZ C8GAN4ST DINE & DANCE — From 7 P.M. Til DINNERS SHOW TIME: 10 P.M.-1J & 2 A.M. American Exp-ess Cards Acce:'ed NO ADMISSION MO COVER Beverage Minimum CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT For Your Dining and Dancing Pleasure Take Expressway to 27th Ave 4200 N.W. 27th AVE. For Reservations Call NE 3-0611 coats and tie& p'ease afler 7 P.M. LOUNGE OPEN From 1 P.M. Til



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Page G-A Secretary of Commerce Hodges Wil Receive Thcdegkal Seminary Medal Secretarj of Commerce Luther 11 Hodgt • and seven Jewish com munal leaders will be honored bj the Jewish Theological S minar.. of America in, Miami Beach on Tuesday, Feb. 27 Secret a r> Hodgv will re the Semii arj Medal to i x< lying "the human poti i %  develop in the marketplace the coune'ls ol goxernmen Ihe ethical :"•! moral princi.il> mankind" The medal will b awarded ai ,* spe< I • •' %  % %  ''' at TempW Emanu El, where public figures, renowned scholars and business and industrial lea! rill gather to witness I • Or. Louis Finke'ste ; n. chancellor of the Seminary, wi'l present the me.-fal to Secretary Hodges. TSe only oth'r recipient cf iHe Seminai y Me.lai *-.-.* Israeli Prime Mirisler David BenGurion, who received it on his last visit to this country. Follow ing l ner will be held in II Beach Auditorium, where gui %  %  : hoi or will !)< %  the recipients ol the Seminary's National Community S<-r\ ice Award The award is %  %  %  •• i "' ronl 'IT i i-aeh ye u arv upon : numbi it < leaders wh ise "di?i nctive a %  linuii ••" %  '• ee to Ihe comisv n j e ;,.%  e ui le.* I •' %  %  ] ra lition -i involve ne il %  % %  .....; • |i-bi ing : %  in n The rec:p : e I.* w: G nsb •-. Ru.l S i Ha p I ram I. Lee 1 ), of Ol Le I •I Nev '. %  ; pei N K.Y: and Louis S> cre'.ar) Ho a • id the dii : D:J ax Arzt. i liancellm i • iver a add %  I %  .' %  I in I : ein the i A highl %  '. the thii • 'M eel be deliverel bj Pr if. M hi (ir > n berg, a gradual I %  ninar; an i presi ntlj lb Graduate Sen ••> i I Art ... I Sc ences ol Ihe l'ni\ ers ij %  • Pi n syh ania, ISRAEL 'CONSULT US FOR' JFJAILED INFORMATIOrWE'VE BEEN THERE -SAIl ON S.S.ATLANTIC .. S.S.OLYMPIA... S.S.ISRAEL... S.S,ZrON... S.S.JERUSALEM. ^ Noted Rabbi To Speak Here Religious Zionists of America will hold the organization's annual dinner at the Coronet hotel on Mar. 4 Guests ol honor will be Mr. and Mrs. Max Hecht. General chairman is Kabbi Nathan Kohler Chairman of the dinner committee will he Dr. Meyer .1 Safra. The dinner Will highlight tinwork ol Religious Zionists uf America in Israel. Guesl speaker will bi Rabbi Max Mordechai Kir-c hlilum %  FROM $ 266 Min. onewoy„ OR FlY NON-STOP JET FROM N.Y!" $ 876\o*und trip INTERNATIONAL TOURS BURCMM'S MIAMI BEACH 167? MERIDIAN COURT JE 6.8441 or JE 2-2457 BURDINE'S DOWNTOWN MIAMI FR 3-1111 ,f &#etko STUDENT TOURS TO EUROPE BY STUDENT SHIPS AND SABENA JETS up to 88 DAYS 14 COUNTRIES M220 2 ORGANIZED BY LEADING AUTHORITIES ON STUDENT TOURS Famous special atmosphere of student sailings with shipboard activities arranged by student counsellors. Greet variety of programs, with many unusual educational and entertainment features. Meeting with European students and prominent •horle. flit latest in jet planes. JUNEJULY deporturei-AUG.-SEPT. return. SPACE LIMITED-RESERVE NOW ro.iidpot*. UtRM boe-fld. *.„ ,!*)„, (MlM rf kerik, .** ,..** ** t„ ,,,. ,^,j,^ .„„„ ^ Coll, write or cone M for mloimoiien and loUtru CHUCK HAU TRAVEL SERVICE 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., MB. JE 1-1195 fJertsHhrMb" Friday, January 26 1362 SICRil&Rf HOSGiS Cantata Set Friday Evening Late 1 evenini %  educationa ; • : I. R ert B ert BelitI Rick} I Tony Gel ard II ir w itz Maun Rob i rl K ihn Neil Komi! Krissel Da rida L; .' rl Ue-rs. Hers Fred Pearlman, Barl in R iss li Schn id Stephen Wen si ri i: i"... 1 M'emg Chi ral ections ol the cai u ill be sun? bj the Temple choir, under the direction ol Joseph Schreil Resftval > AIR SIfMSMIf HOTEL Tu B'Shevat Highlights Meet At ; %  Sistei hi od ol 1 e i pi • Til ereth Jacob meetins on Wed • day even r,: Mrs Furman, Israel chairman, present) I program highlighting thi Festival ol Tu B-Shevat, the New Year 11 trees. Dr. Zev Kogan local attoi ni > and active Jewish National Fund leader. ". ,-iguesl speaker Canior A&raham Seif, of Kne.-eth Israel Congregation, presented a group ol Israeli t *l in. U.S.,n H„„, n c.r. M .„" V?^ Overlooltiflg Ocean at Ufineis 4ve ATLANTIC CITY Phorw 3448191 Weekly Pockoee Plan Iwf. Meal. 55320 Kz; PRIVATE BATH AU FREE B,c,dng 00 Brosd*.l k Roll ng Cha.r R, de 8o Sail Waipr Taffy Cockia.l Part, Plus Fra* imsctioiw iv'l'bta .0 -^^ B'ngo Write f.r SPICIAl H01I0AT KATES DA;i.r RAIEj f"*" • t i„ roo .. 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Page 14-B %  > }fn 1st fieriJ.f3r Friday. January 26, 1962 Jfjar t e rh? asking ts should igeforYou 1 .73 M ami I, Fla., one .advance ln< name rf the Bor or Ba> ?"& -ome address si I numbei The corsage De -orwarded lo you a ackstone F ov. for the occasion. Edwin Pont bbi Norman \ Sli ate al ihe Bar Mitzx .ill ul Stephen, son ol Mr. and Mrs. k 4> il. Bruce Benneff fdwin Ponf Gary Cordon David Ho/berg Richard Ratine Edward Beresh I i ring S d n y norning set .ici • Jan. -' al Beth David : in the eight le at Shcnandoah .lui bi u at honor roll s and al Both Da> where lie l as a per • : I record for eigli > He has • i [airs and ;• aj s viol orchestra His parents u K dush following the eeren a dinm i Hall in theii Richard Siege: Saturday morning si rvices 27, al Israelite Center will in the Bar Mitzvah ol Richard Lawrence, son ol Mr and Mrs. Aaron Siegel. 3290 S\V 16th ter Rabbi Morton Malavsky will officiate Richard is a student at sin-nandoah Junior High and Mas received a scholarship letter, Kiddush in his honor will be held in the Social Hall. David Halberg Saturday morning services at Beth Torah Congregation, Jan. 2". will include the Bar Mitzvah of David Joshua, son of Mr and Mrs. Sidnej Halberg, 1000 NE 180th ter Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz will officiate. An eighth grade honor stude it at North Miami Beach Junior High, David is cantor ot the Junior Congregation, and is in the fifth grade Hebrew graduating class He plays piano is a stamp collector, and belongs i i the St Club and I ic ch mis at s David Ratner Davi I. soi f Mi spi blvd Bar Mitzi Satin mori Jan 27. at with Mayei ibran ffi< fh celebranl i Mil N'autil 5 scl ,.\ -' A In: I U : I held at Michel's taurant iving servi Diehard Siegel Judith Broker NEW POLICY Beginning with Feb 1 there will be a service charge tor all Bar Mitzvah photographs appearing in The Jewish Floridian. Announcement! of Bar Mitzvah celebrations will continue to be published gratis as before The service charge is tor photographs only Further information is available from The Jewish Floridian business office, FR 3-4605. Architect v % %  Temcle ?e::: completion of the building procram. it 3 K Gars Garden : A ill • %  v ...; %  t\ Ian 27 at remp'< B i Leon Kronish will officiate The Bar Mitzvah >n : Mr and Mrs Harry Gci Fairway lr is a student m the [emple s confirmati m class S723. K :warc* Nemeraff II ward Stephen, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Nemeroff. will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday morn'ng. Jan, 27 with Rabbi Eugene Labovitz officiating The celebrant is a student at Naltilus Junior High and the tern pie's religious school. Judith Brawer Friday nighl services, Jan. 26. at Beth Torah Congregation T include the '.'-aMitzvah of Judith Esther, laughter of Mr. an.l Mrs Everett A. Brower, 1T301 NE Sib ct. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz wil officiate. A -. -. ; i lei •' Norl Mian luni i .• %  jra luatuig cl > il Hebi f th Keren Ai %  %  lunioi %  %  -' S n r nonor. and hei %  I] aren: s. Mi Mrs. 1 .'alley Sti • Edward Beresh rd S '. I %  Mi i Bar Mitzvah at Beth Era i C n gregaticn i n Saturday • %  n J7 with Rabbi Max Sh | officiating Assistant Principal Speaks r high students wh i atten I ,,i the weekly youth service a:t I breakfast at Temple Emanu-EI heard Harold Ruby, assistant princ.pal of Miami Beach High School, aguest speaker on Sunday mornProgress Report At Beth Sholom Dinner Saturday .. F Snetman, campaign nan ol the Temple Beth Sholevelopment fund, announces progress party and dinner on Sain y. the Temple auditorium. Snetman has appointed Jack A .;i',er. chairman of the builder's immittee, to serve as chairman of tlV0s thronged lo Miami Beach last he function, to which members of week to celebrate the 9uth birth".. h Sholom nave been invited. Hundreds Mark His Birthday Hundreds of friends and relaP. Rattner will be obThe celebrant attea Grove p erac Ue. Snpnlr SiirrfVv urday morning. Jan 27.. Elementary and ega rerocns W* >unffey Richard Rat+ner Bar Mitzvah of Richard B son ot Mrs Sherma Warschauei St and Jack P sen el Saturd;. at tgudath Israel Hebr Hebrew set tute. with Or Isaac E\er officiKiddush at the cotclusion of the ating ceremony, a:-..', a re< il th. Richard is an eighth grade stuDeauvdle hotel on Sunday evening dent at Nautilus Junior Huh A will be ruId in his honor. reception in his honor will be held ... following the cerern nj Alvin Benni, Barry Richard ^ r ,rvln Lehrman will officiate Temple Zion will be the site of aI the Bar Ml, v h > f Alvta Saul, the Bar Mitzvah ot Barrv. son of s ? n ot Mr and Mr GMr B, n Mr and Mrs David Richard and 18, and ^ randson f M" Lena grandson ol Alex H Richard on Benn and Jack Heller, both of Saturday morning. Jan 27 with New York on Saturday morning, Rabbi Alfred Waxman officiating. Jan -" at Temple Emanu-EI The Bar Mitzvah is a seventh Ahrin is a student at Nautilus grade student at Riviera Junior Junior High, where he is on the Huh and plans to continue his Safety Patrol and Audio-Visua studies in the Temple's confirmasquads He is also a member of • ia >* ; : J talented carBoy Scout Troop 65. A reception will be held at MiProgress report will be oHered en the Temple's new Community House and Administrative Wing now in construction. Mrs. Philip Schlissel, chairman of the campaign Women's Division, is in ch-aige of reservations and dinner arrangements. New Community House and Adir.inistrative Wing will house a ReSchool Assembly Hall, Library and Reading Room, Arts and •.'rafts Center, Audio-Visual Cen: ich :'s Lounge, Teen-Age %  juditl i i n : ,om '•' : "'' •""' Auxin, Rabbi and Cantor's %  • | A Im e Offices. •:, %  ..' I pi ijecl will culmipi ogram Jholam 1 e ave • Bib il G irdens and : '..-civile .'• V Hei Mathi is %  • s M. A r: is presmi be: Leon meed during istra Spero, Serbii Harry bi Leon Kt i s spirit ler il the %  regal n day of one of the pioneers in the Zionist movement and a close friend of Chaim Welzmann, la-3 President of Israel Barney Wachtel was an itinerant peddler in New York City when he met Welzmann. who interested him in the establishment of a homeland tor Jew v Wachtel. after listening to Welzmann, announced to his family thai he would thereafter devote two da>a week to the Zionist cause. Today, surrounded by lour childlen, 12 grandchildren, 23 great grandchildren, Wachtel still is ac live in local Zionist circles iiibusiness, the larg si .-, .,. ,, j his c hildi he lives i< Ihe London Irms hotel on Collins ave i "Meth % %  Is il Education in Israel the Diaspora" w ill be the topic discussed by Mr and Mrs Zvi Perach for the Hebrew Educators Alliance Meeting ischeduled for Sunday evening at Beth Israel. 711 40th si Miami Beach. BARNCY WACHJtL i ; toonist • Barry's parents will honor him chefs restaurant in h.s honor TRAVIORE .fl*CGW* Privata o| HOTEL At 24th ST., MliM! BUCK fc-it far •nf jrmatlon IM • Air Condu 3-e5 RJO • Prlvata Beac" fi Pjji e Parking on p-.~ ,., Ckta Dining Roon %  a Oath/ Ooi 0< Bruce Alan Bennett S .-day service at Beth Torah will include the Bar Mitzvah f Bru^e Alan, son of Mr and Mrs George Bennett. 1001 NE 178 ter Rabbi Max Lipechl will o:ficiate Bruce, an eig grade Honor Roll student at North Miami Beach Junior High School, will 'chant the liturgj H< ai Hebrew Hun Scl-.. • %  i isj t of Beth Torah, where b tulius and



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Page 16-A %  hjenist fieri j&r Friday. January 28. 13621 From My Diary 6> MAX LERNER MONDAY•' %  -•• : T> • %  •• %  • %  re % % %  %  lacks "' % % %  -'" : '' ; „MheS, ReWToo the N> York %  I ** %  W %  •-"< ,r J •• I nthavethj Both reports te sense to n ave seen g ... • credits the; spark of life in angers that i • %  thousand decisions %  •"_ i in growth I a he standards of the c.ass .... %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  • %  • %  %  %  TUESDAY•:• •:• Enu % %  Hi %  %  n %  .... '-•tr isage through < %  • Yi spite this Mill %  %  .%  ---. ..-.-.. Li •' : of kilti % % %  ..: %  %  • -•'. %  • .... ': ... • • • .. %  • %  ~ • %  %  WEDNESDAY-:• .... .... ; ressi\ ihersj • %  igams • •' the Sci hinopl • tie tell; -•--;. : ...... '• • %  -": Considering the fad • lessor of educai %  • %  %  : out is that John 1 lot i • %  %  [hen %  : n poll! progress in • -. n %  he forces ol % %  It was a %  • %  • ..-..%  • • • methods, the she • %  %  %  g ai Chicago: THURSDAY I suspected :! V %  •" %  •--..%  it %  %  .-. • %  '" %  ..%  %  • %  %  %  %  %  .. %  Is [ *! li Spain's Church Seeks Better Ties With Jews • %  ... eveal ... : %  I Jevrlttl — '! %  ... ..res durin; thi Eicl • %  %  %  'th \ • • .< %  '• Mazin said %  %  • %  • % %  %  t • •' El %  Growing &f e' the discuss ons with the Deputy Sishop W'. Main >i'C "ave be*" • seres of meet :> berweori sat %  ? Jiwi -*-• and the Propaganda Pop w*r Cafhc :a PPC issued a ci.-nr-*sharp 1 y c-iticning •Mchir-a ; : cc-.rempf aga nst Jean and dec'arin?. In ro way can a Ch II are-rcach the e-t.re Jew.s-people far rhe issessira-'?: Chr s" A series o* -" s: i C-%  t %  ; u-'sr%  :•te %  f p* s s" • up ro our fliS "Jve !.:: KJ IB IttXl tO ::—• thOWSansJi of %  : o r i a;a -:• • M 3::-:-r;;c e %  TWIX TITV GLASS ro. C9UAMTHD wttott no Fto*T$ rvtnnuti ro#$ AKTKJW kBMOtS 1 It-SalvaiHC *TTO UkSi W5TAIUS WHIll TOU WATT \tm VM iret H*. Oe**d U*r4*n TeL if MU1 • • %  '• the iV a rs ..... • religious lit* — s Vs two itS ath se.*\ ices • ... TELEPHONE :: DP:•. %  ANSWERED BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SER\ NG JE??erson Union H. 9 nlrd FRanklin FR 3-5581 YOUR BOY IS WORTH IT -> A T G A X S J20C S.W. 3r= Avenue Miom, Pnsnes FB 3-J416 or HI 6 9981 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAl WORKS INC. 114I M W 10ffc 4„ „ 3mo -• .-.-so* r Da ,ra no~ VOU Mv Of. t n.v, roof ltlr Sat s'lctcr, Work o, I r VCGUST BROS aw is f>< aisr' %  a THERE'S A STOtE NEAR YOU! Sft ADORISS IIIOW Buying the right tire is as easy as B-FG FORJUGHT DRIVING B.F.G. SAFETY-S For economy, lonej-weoriog Tfri or Hyioo. tube type or tvbeleu. The ricjhr boy for o Unloosed second cor or older ear about to bo trod?d. R NORMAL DRIVING B.F.G. LONG MILER These fires fit the need of the average driver on the hiqhwoy. around fo- aod annual vacafion driving. 38 oiore oiilooge thoo cheap fires. FOR HEAVY DRIVING B.F.Goodrich LIFE-SAVER "HVERTOWtV seals punctures permanently NYLON CONSTRUCTION FOR THE MAXIMUM IN IRUISE ILOWOUT PROTECTION. THE PREMIUM TIRE DESIGNED TO RUN COOLER. PROVIDE THAT EXTRA MEASURE OF MILEAGE AND GIVE SURE TIRED TRACTION FOR QUICKER. SAFER STOPS. BIGGER TRADES THAN EVER BEFORE DURING THIS SALE! You Gtt Up Te $ 17 95 AND MORE FOR YOUR OLD TIRES % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % NO DOWN PAYMENT Open A Norton Charge Account! b Open A Norton Charge Account! ^ % Its Good For A Lifetime 4 A •* + %  A. A A A. A. A. A A. at. A % A A A ^ CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 5300 N.W. 27th Avt. Open 24 Hours and All Day Sunday NAllANtAU J [_ D..„ Rwy. j MIAMI JJOO NW ltih or*. oo w li|lr It. 4*00 N W. 1't Ait *ito m riieiit It rre t w I"Sl %  KJ f}J MIAMI IEACH USA Ami..< N0MESTCAB "ICO t. CAIOl 4**S N Utlh CITY 1 N M. -J i MOUTWOOO 1 OJOJ L M Nvry. _\ NOIIH MIAMI W HOlltWOOt tt A.. _| | l„„ M ^J PT. lAOOEeOAll 1500 It* H-f JA 5 JIM jros S .. ii.< I0UTN MIAMI SOM S •• %  't x.. < %  \ Itooa t MM OrowarO • i.a