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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Miami, Fla

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

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T (Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Y:\vme 35 Number 5
Miami, Florida. Friday. February 2. 1962
Two Sections Price 20*
Ben-Gurion Willing
To Ease Restrictions
Against Arab Populace
JERUSALEM(JTA>The Israel Government is prepared t<> ease
ol the restrictions in the military government m border areas
! bj Israeli Arabs, bul will no! countenance complete abolition
, military rule in these area-,
i rtedly asserted this week
Ben-Gurion met with rcpre
- tatives ul the parties thai an
mbers of his coalition govern-
i i>nt, as well as with members oi
; opposition partiesexcept the
(.mnmunistin an apparent effort
head off five bills on the issue
. military government scheduled
come up before the Knesset next
ik. Details of the discussion
e considered secret security at
but it was known that the
perls "polled out to the meeting
irticipants the reasons tor the
"fed to continue the military gov-
enl
It was understood that Mr.
Een Gurion's appeal for a non-
partisan stand on the issue made
ro -mpact on some of the party
leaders attending the meeting.
Il was feared that, unless the
Government agrees to more far-
reaching modifications than it
has proposed, the dispute may
lead to a Cabinet crisis.
Vchdui Avoda. one of the parties
leprcsented in the coalition, re-
er\ed its right, when it entered
Go\ ernment to drop its "col-
live responsibility" agreement
and if this problem of the
ilitary role in Arab zones should
I >me up for discussion. Under
collective responsibility" pnn-
i pal agreed to by the coalition
iners, all members of the coali-
>n must abide by Cabinet deeis-
s -unless they are given permis-
sion to oppo.se a Government de-
i -inn
i irlier in the week, the Prime
Minister was questioned in the
Knesset about an interview in the
Parisian newspaper Le Figaro, in
i llich he had been quoted as saying
that Israeli Arabs prefer that Is-
be an Aral) state and. it given
.' opportunity, they would support
n destruction of Israel."
The question was put by Moshe
Carmel, a member Ahdut
C. Levenson was this
week named chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
leadership dinner Feb. 11 at
Ihe Americana hotel. (See
story, Paae 3-A.i
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurioi
Avodah. Mr. Ben Gurion was
asked whether he des red to cor-
rect the report in Le Figaro and
what Ihe political aim of such a
stateme-t was i* he had made
the statement. The Prime Miiv
Continued on Page 12-A
DAVID BINGVRIOH
B-G Doesn't Blame Jews
For Remaining in Amsrica
JERI SALEM (JTA) "As
much as I want many American
Jews to come here. I don't blame
any Jew wishing to remain in the
United Stale-. Israel Prime Mm
i.ster l>.nul Ben-Gurion told the Ha
dassah leaders who arrived here
to celebrate ihe Golden Jubilee 61
their organization. However, he
emphasized that Israel needs pio-
neering youth from every country.
"Remain in America as you wish
- but s'ay as a Jew." Mr. Ben
Gurion told the Hadassah mission
composed ol more than ISO o'cl,
gates At the same time, he urged
Huda ->': to r ister Hebrew a n d
I, i ucation in t !i e United
SI .-, ren :th n personal re-
lations .'.rli Israel, and to encour-
, / i : : ioneering among
v .,, an J i youth Hi said
he >\as certain that there are thou-
sands i t .i.'wi-h youths in the vni
ted states who could find profound
.;i-i..(.Kin in rebuilding Israel.
The Prime Minister expressed
his sentiments addressing a color-
ful meeting, in Convention Hall
here, officially launching the
Continued on Page 10 A
STORM Of CONGRfSS'QUH ^RglfS
Agriculture Dep't. Denies
Egypt Seeks U.S. Cotton
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
projected United States-Egyptian
surplus cotton agreement, which
hud run into a storm of Congres-
sional protest, has been called off
and is apparently dead for this
session of Congress, well-informed
sources said this week. "The re-
quest for American surplus cotton
bj Egypt had definitely been de-
nied by the Department of Agricul-
ture." the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency, was told.
A spokesman for Sen. Philip
Hart of Michigan, who had re-
cently asked the State Depart-
ment and the Department of
Agriculture about the status of
the negotiations, confirmed that
he had also been advised that
the Egyptian request has been
turned down. The Michigan law-
maker had written to both execu-
tive departments to express his
concern.
Congressman Emanuel Celler,
i r.e ol the Congressional leaders in
the fight against the deal. ex-
Continued on Page 16-A
Doctors' Strike
but Power
Rift Continuing
l EL AVIV (JTA) A last-
minu e settlement arranged by the
tlistadrut. the Israel Federation ol
Labor, this week prevented a
strike Of the country- salaried phy
- ci,.ns. Such a walk-out. on top
: ih thrce-w -ek-old i Use nt
OUO salaried engineers, and the
ihreaened work stoppage by
iaricd lawyers, would have in-
olvi (I I.-rael in what would have
been a virtual general strike by
roiessionals,
'Ih physicians, employed In pub-
lie institutions, had demanded a
wage increase ol 19 percent, while
ih. Government had conceded only
iwo percent boost, The compro-
mise iv ill j ve the physicians a
-.-.en percent wage increase plus
other benefits, including upgrading
that ould result in higher wage
cales.
lawyers, employed bj gov-
. nmen al and municipal law offi-
,.-. -. ed a four-hour stoppage
Monday morning to back up their
wage demands .Many trials had
i be postponed as attorney- arri
state prosecutors tailed to appear.
Meanwhile, the strike of the en
gineers, architects, chemists and
agronomists is still at an im
passe. Neither the Government
ard Histadrut, which oppose the
walkout, nor the Engineers'
Union, is yielding in the dispute
in which the engineers demand a
'6.5 percent wage increase while
the Government is offering seven
percent.
Personal contact was established
v ,ih leaders ot the Engineers' Un-
ion on Monday by two members of
the Cabinet. Yigal Alton, Minister
of Labor, and Dr Giora Josephthal,
Minister ol Housing and Develop-
ment. The Government's threat,
adopted a- a Cabinet resolution
Continued on Page 2A
Brazil Claims Capture of Nazi
Medical 'Experiment' Beast
RIO DE JANEIRO(JTAiA man suspected ot being Dr. Josef
Mengele one ol the most infamous ot Nazi leaders, who had acted as
select! in doctor" at the Auschwitz and Bergen-Belscn concentration
- ivas arrested in Brazil this week authoiities announced here
Ihe man. taken into custody at
i eal h resort at Pocos de Caldas,
isled he was a Hungarian citi-
zen, and -aid his name is Koloman
Schullcr. Police, however, said they
believe he was Dr, Mengelu.
Dr. Mengele, a physician, was
the man who chose the Jews to
be se.-t to the gas chambers, "se-
lecting" some healthy Jews for
labor and consigning others to
their death. Many concentration
camp survivors have described
his activities at various trials of
Nazi mass murderers.
Mengele was known to have been
In hiding in Argentina tor some
yiars. However, it had been re-
ported that he left Argentina in
May 1960, immediately alter the
capture ot Adoll Kichmann.
Later. Mengele was reported to
be in hiding in various countries,
including Egypt and Brazil,
PARTIAL MANUSCRIPT HIDDEN IN METAL BARREL
Lodz Ghetto Diary Found in Poland
LONDON (JTA) Diary no-
ntions written by a Jeu incarcerat-
ed by the Nazis in the Lodz
in 1942 and 1943, telling the pitiful
lory Ol Starvation, death -and Ihe
, ill to live and to save his daugh-
t,i\, ufe are published in Ihe
Warsaw new-paper. Xowa Kultura.
reaching here thi- week.
The diary, according to Nowa
'Kultura. was found last summer by
polish authorities in charge ol the
l.inner Auschwitz concentration
camp The author, who is identi-
fied in the manuscript only by the
initials N N w r o t e in Yiddish,
framing his diary in the form ol
letters to someone called "Dear
Willy "
The manuscript was found in a
metal drum buried in the ground
near Crematorium III of the in-
famous Auschwitz camp. There
were 354 sheets, of which 50 were
totally disintegrated, 174 mostly
illegible except for a few words,
and the remainder quite read-
able. The pages still readable
depict life in the Lodi ghetto,
where the Jewish population had
risen to about 200,000. The last
7C.OO0 Jews from Lodi were sent
to Auschwitz in the summer of
Continued on Page 3-A
Frisco Youths
Must Answer
For Prejudice
SAN FKANCISCO (JTA)
Five young men were sent to jail
this week lor anti-Semitic terror-
ism by Superior Court Judge Harry
Neuharth. He imposed terms rang-
ing from one to five months on the
youths for the year-long barrass
nieiit of a local Jewish resident and
his wife, William and Elizabeth
Bowman
The other defendants escaped
jail terms and were tined SSUO each
and were placed on probation,
while an eighth youth, absent from
court, will he sentenced to six
i lonths, the Judge announced
Judge Neubarth said he spent
a sleepless night considering his
cecision, pointing out that organ-
ized anti-Semitic terrorism was
somelhino new in San Francisco.
He noted that several other anti-
Jewish manifestations had
emerged here since the Bowman
case and .i.'ded that "this case
seems to have started something
that did not exist before and it
should be stopped."
Tun ol the youths who were giv-
en jail terms, Steve V.i- Oil i,
Continued on Paae 7-A
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Sfln Larewswi to be Chairman of CJA
Leadership Dmwer at Americana Hotel
Levenson has accepted
. imanship of the Combined
Vppcal leadership dinnei
lied for Feb. 11 ;it the Amen
hotel.
c r committee members
n!i Levenson on i h e
an .s.'!n Blank, A. .1. Harris,
.1 Heiman, Ernes( Jams,
. Kam. Jo eph VI Lipton,
i Molaskj. Leonard Rosen, and
, \\ i inkle.
; exenson said the dinner will be
Lcdz Gliefvo
D'cry found
[n Old Barrel
"o itinutd frem Paqe 1-A
'Mi. and most of them
rpurr'ered by the Nazis.
were
i diary. N N, ga\ e details
Ik slan ation in the ghetto.
! i rili< ize : Mordccai Chaim
ki n *ki, Jew ish head ol the
.veminent, ho .i- I iter
; j he S'azis, and told
i iter pathc ic efforts to
Ik |,fe ol his daughter who
have died ol starvation Re
u the fantastically high pri-
[food i! the ghetto, N.N. noted
h e only sai\ ation for his
. r v '".:iil have bi en food
i added, "to go and bu>
who h ,i > money tor
Whole treasures would not
-..:licient. In .i word, a iv prat
impossible io sax e anyone
- ite his despair. N N urote,
to Nov a Kultura "As
rmer lover of the Bible, to-
the whole tortured
hood ol ghetto workei I
il And, weltering in your
.: you shall live." \ N
v ., kill. d. .mil his body
i i (.i in Crematorium III.
i to hi Polish Commis-
i Research into \ai
.. received last summer
mer member ol the spi
d< ail assij n< .1 to i n
i b. lii jassi .
meti .'il-. containing
i ill -. had I" en buried near
.....toi .urn. The N.N mai
..- in he first ol thi cor
im > red hen thi
:, started < xc.iv ating the
- summer. The Warsaw
aper reported that further
. lions are proceeding.
' e focal point i the 19(12 New Ho-
rizons i ampaign.
"My acceptance of the chair-
manship is an indication of the
conviction I feel of the impor-
tance of Federation to oor com-
munity," Levenson said. "I feel
that Federation'; strength and
progress are synonomous with
OUr community's s.r-ngth ar.d
prrgrtss."
Levemon pleugod "every possi-
ble effort to enrol I (he supporl i :
.- erj li ader who shan my be-
liefs
hej will all jom mi- in
mi king |his mpi rtant i vent an
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i 'i \ Grant, of Coral Gables,
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Volume 35 Number 5
Friday, February 2, 1962
28 Shebat 5722
An Infamous Date
Tuesday, Jan. 30, was en in-
famous dc;e the 29;h anniver-
sary of Adolf Hitler's cssumptic:-.
>wer in Germany.
A :cntcstic encyclopedia ci
:y has taken place between
and now which, under Hit-
- hand, sew a icpid German
:.;e to world power; the collcpse
c: Europe beneath the vicious
Nazi heel; the emergence of
World War II, brought about by-
Hitler's unresolved ambition for
global domination; the collapse of
the "Thousand Year Reich" in
April. 1945, and the Little Cor-
poral's suicide in a Berlin bunker.
During these 29 years, the
world also witnessed the Nazi
slaughter of six million innocent
nen. women, end children of the
Jewish faith in a deliberate Hit-
lericn plan to wipe Judaism from
the face of the earth. His design
was one-third successful: he had
virtually decimated the Jewish
community of Europe by V-E Day.
Out of the ashes of the Hitler
scheme emerged the fulfillment of
a 2,000 year-long Jewish dream,
the reestablishment of a home-
land in Palestine. The creation of the State
of Israel, hardly three years after the Nazi
architect's self-slaughter, and yet another
epochal occurrence within the span of the 29th
anniversary marked Tuesday, semed a fitting
reply by histcry to the millenicl persecution of
Jewry.
An Alternate Approach
The anniversary event does more than
highlight an r.famous date. It brings additional
light to the recent decision cf Israel's Pnr.ic-
rr.ent concerning the Jewish State's future rela-
tions with Wast Germany.
While, during the course of these deliber-
ations, we hive argued that cultural isolation
is often untenable and sometimes absurd, es-
pecially for a nation as intellectually advanced
as Israel, it would also be significant to note
these additional considerations:
The psychic strains on the Israeli con-
sciousness are severe in matters relating to
Germany. They are understandableeven to
the prevalent revulsion there for the German
lenguage. These are strains with which the
government must reckon in its policy planning
relating to ties with Germany.
Despite the scrupulous West German
adherence to the Reparation Agreement, and
many indigenously German attempts to show
friendship for Israel, the signs of the times are
apparent: the increasing reoccurrence of anti-
Semitic manifestations, which tend to show the
extent of the German malaise in this regard,
because there are almost no Jews left in Ger-
many to hate.
The rising feeling among Israeli officials
that the Bonn Government guides its Middle
East policies more and more by judging the
reaction to them in the Arab countries rather
than by the implications of these policies with-
in the context of Israel-German relations.
Such considerations have profound possi-
bilities in terms of the recent Parliamentary
deliberations. Curbing the panorama of inter-
cultural ties is certainly a drastic and even
dangerous thing for Israel, whose people need
the friendship of all men of good will. But the
decision also comes to realistic grips with the
realities of Germany today; it anticipates the
emergence of strained times ahead and pre-
pares the Jewish State to meet thm.
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The Pursuit of Happiness
The bus strike in Greater Miami, and the
dislocations It causes, gives us some idea of
the extent of the difficulties Israelis are ex-
periencing today as a result of the engineers'
walkout there.
The strike, some three weeks old, has vir-
tually left Israel powerless. Added to this wore
threats of dispute early this week by the unions
representing the Jewish State's physicians and
attorneys.
The latter concept may be somewhat for-
eign to us in cur own country, where profes-
sionals do not band together in a trade union
sense; nevertheless, the discomforts that would
result frcm a "walkout" by doctors and lawyers
here can be easily visualized.
While, as anywhere else, the contending
parties in Israel and the arbitrators are frantic-
ally bargaining to bring a speedy end to the
dispute, the strike is a showcase of democratic
action for other nations of the Middle East.
Israel's neighbors can profitably learn
even from her labor problems, which highlight
the right of the individual to the pursuit of
happiness.
The Leadership Dinner
Combined Jewish Appeal leaders are
showing a high degree of enthusiasm these
days. Riding on the wave of their Pacesetters'
35% increase in pledges to the 1962 campaign,
they look forward to doing even better as the
"New Horizons" drive progresses.
In this spirit of accomplishment, CJA will
hold a leadership dinner here Feb. 11, with
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations
Michael Comay as guest speaker.
Ambassador Comay will certainly have a
message of importance for the Greater Miami
Jewish community. For his is a post at the
crossroads of the world, where he daily taps
international opinion in the light of his own
country's situation.
Less heralded than in years gone by, Is-
rael's immigrantion needs are nevertheless
greater than ever. The Combined Jewish Ap-
peal here contributes a lion's share of its an-
nual campaign funds to fulfill these and other
Israeli needs.
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Comay will tell Miami Jewry just how they can
meet this challenge through CJA.
the week
.. as i see it
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ARDLY MORE th;m five
years have passed since
ji-ii'ii.ii fhf> U'PPk' 'he Sues-Sinai campaign. It \a
(llll III): lilt >UtlV nevertheless safe to say that
world reaction to the cam-
paign, as expressed through
ihe United Nations, would be
vastly diiferenl today. Five
years ago. the UN responded
to the call of the American
I delegation and the prompting
of President Eisenhower to
demand that Britain. France, and Israel withdraw from their newly-
won positions of advantage in the name of a higher international
morality The IS. demand was. of course, beyond reproach. It
involved turning awav from Uie best interests of our closest allies -
indeed of our own best interests, as well, were the truth known.
It involved demonstrating to the world that the I nited States
-vies not function according to the restricted elements of a dual level
Pi diplomatic meral'ty that wrong must be considered wrong even
if our friend.- are involved.
The (raged; Ihi was that few ii any countries resolved to study
and benefit from our object lesson, with the result that we merely
.. in 0ur ov self-i stec For at the very moment that we con-
o-nr.e.l Britain. France, and Israel to ignominy and that we de-
prived them in a loaded political maneuver of the trim- of the victory
they wen by sweat and blood on th< battlefield, ihe Russians wen
preaching to the world an altogethi rd ferent text
In a crus i Bnswer to thi .... the Soviel
i .,;, n reafl ihi adagi ol thi ages thai right ai d
ost nations bought this al face valui At leas th ti led to mus-
ter i ther quantitatively or qualitatively, Ihe kind ol moral indij
tion that in their view the Suez-Sinai campaigi ih i tai Had the
L'.S. object lesson i unh< i ded?
f/UfBGfNCf Of THf NEW ARICAN NATIONS
CONTINUING HiNDS'.GHT seems to indicate t1 i posit.on was,
in fact, no position at all that the sense ol outrage we fell
found itself into few other hearts It there were many UN member
nations with us in our threatened censure, and worse, ol the three
errant countries, they had joined in a skilfully expedient maneuver
prompted by motives for which the L'.S. would surely-express the
proioundest contempt.
It is fairly clear that the United States could muster no such UN
position today were the Sues-Sinai campaign to occur again. Only
five years are passed since the disastrous American etraj,al of her
allies, but the United Nations has changed radically in the intervening
time as a world peace organization. For one thing, there are many
more members today. For another, the newer members are from
areas of the glebe with little sensitivity toward lie \alues, history,
and tradition ol their older colleagues except one the .concept of
colonialism, hopelessly outmoded except as Russian propaganda.
Even within the context ol the Suez Sinai campaign, when many
oi these recent heirs 10 statehood were no more than a dream in the
independence-thinking minds of their rebellious leaders, the cry of
colonialism played a significant parta part in winch Israel assumed
the alleged role oi puppet in the Western Powers' drive to maintain a
looihold in the Middle East. What has changed since Oct. 29. 1956
is not the moral purpose of the U.S. position the position which pre-
vailed bui the increased number of erstwhile African victims of
colonialism who have since- assumed (he status ol United Nations
membership.
GOA CHANC15 THf INllfiNATIONAL V/frV
IF the NEW "guardians" oi international decency have a great) i"
voice in the General Assembly today, is it not contradictory lo
i st (hat a second Sinai-Suez campaign would be brought oi! with
impunity? I think net especially not since Goa. on the one hand,
it may be tru< that any action suggesting even the slightest support
oi colonialism stands a clearer chance ol resistance than ever before.
But on Ihe othei hand, the intent ol the United Nations, al least
classically, was to ppose aggression without regard to motive No
IN member could war againsl another tor whatever reason. If differ-
ences arose between their,, the differences were to b< arbitrated; and
the object ol the international peace organization was -imply anel
fundamentally to outlaw resort to arms as B meat- i I arbitration.
Goa ha. contributed greatly to a readjustment of this view. The
act of Indian a gressioi againsl Goa demonstrates conclusively that
the founding purposes of the IN are now not only compromised but
.: .ally destroyed: lor membei nations of the IN have condoned the
action. That they excised theii position with charges ol Portuguese
colonialism is oi no consequence to the fundamental principle in-
volved. It is the tact of warfare they overlooked as righteous war-
fare" that henceforth makes it implausibly difficult tor the United
Nations to take any consistent position on aggression whatsoever.
Hence, a new Suez-Sinai could only be resisted in the UN with
great difficulty, since action without moral principle most often
amounts to no action at all.
:
FACING UP 70 THf fND Of A DfffAM
THIS NAIVE APPROACH to international morality highlights the
diplomatic immaturity of the new African nations which is not
to say that double ethical standards are either naive or immature
However much we may hold such standards in contempt thev have
been the grist of the worlds "wisest" governments for thousands of
j cars.
ct But "hat we must recognize as juvenile about it is the narrow-
ness of the Aincan view regarding the highest purposes of the UN
For it has done no more and no less than to give carte blanche to
certain kinds of armed conflict and hence to armed conflic per se
wHen ,hP 14 Cnduned ^P****" mili,ar>' ac,ion acceptable,
Tn uhilh %&*** env,s,oned ,hat ki"d of international milieu
in which no military action would be acceptable as an expression of
foreign diplomacy. No, even the Russians, the supreme meters in
avhievement'01"116 ""*"* CU'd hlVe **** *TtE
It is sad that the new member nations look upon the UN throueh
V&3TZE2 e-vt\A Prod" of Western colonialism thoug the
5 & swat rs1 r^ ^srss.


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Reviewer Told She Missed Pcint
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(I. in" was published ;*> a lesson in
Jewish political self-reliance. All
other reviewers understood that.
;i a true story written by a hero
o! the lighting Jewish underground.
it would not necessarily be a pol-
ls! ed literary work.
Thej realized its importance as
an historical source and as > guide
to the conduct oi future genera-
tions n leaches us that a few
men lighting for freedom can pre-
vail against the most terrible ol
modern political phenomena, the
police state. Thi> is the message
ol Ya'aeov Meridor. It".- is the
sirmon for the twentieth century
American
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viewer, saw fit to ignore these
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Hotel group reports considerable progress in its CJA campaign.
. to B"' "* Jose?" *os,f co-chairman ana Ju.-rae Joseph
Morris chairman
Mercantile Division ieade-s decide 'hat a successful Comb -"?d
Jewish Appeal it good business for the community Le-* to
right are Moms Babro>:'i Jewe r\ grouo co-chai--**j.i Rcbe-t
Macht Mercantile Duijior chair-ran and Herman Rubm Jewelry
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RIZONS
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lipaign Rolling into Action
inert ase in contribu
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of Jew -h philanlhr pic gi> ii
_im:ij; .:i the traditional sense ;:
Tzedakah '..< an oi i to a-sume
our rightful shai c of th< \m<
can Jewish i( sponsibilit) to
our rethi
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er Miami's CJA agencies, whose
pr< .! anis benefit the e w i h
conin here do.ly."
.l> wish j 's re-
-,': i| ty low i 1P62 <
bin< d .1- -Ii App al campaign is
clear I is dication we
intend lo succt d "
Csnstruction Division leaders discuss the building o5 a stronger
cc munity through the Combined Jewish Appeal, left to rght
ate Neil Sch.ff, co-chairman of the Builders group; David Plee-
Divisien co-chairman, and Sol Magdell, real estate co-
ci.airman.
Phwsidans Group shows its interest in a healthy community by
"Orlcing for the Combined Jewish Appeal, left to right are
D' David Kirsh, co-chairman, Miami Physicians; Dr. Harold Rand,
chai man of Miami Physicians group; and Dr. Sol Center, co-
chairman Miami Physicians.
Dentists Sat
Intensified
CM Effort
! a < ihe 1062 C'i mbincd
.1. is!; Api al .- !)< ntal Division
mi i lhi week, and got their
phase of the campaign ofl to
what their eh lirman called a
.ulis:; ial -!:iri
Charles vi> n er, < ha inn an
- mil lined to the
grr-ttp plans lor an intensified
campaign to reach all dentists In
,, ., i v a :,. community.
P A ieh Plutkin distinguish-
ed Israeli It cturer and expert on
Easi afi lirs. described Ihe
immigration situation in Israel.
He warned thai increased immi-
grant absorption costs are
making the job of getting refu-
gees lo Israel and resettling
them there "even more costly
and difficult."
Marshall S, Harris, \ ice chair-
i M (he Trades am! Profes-
sions Council, described the grow-
eeds of Ihe Greater Miami
.i" nsh Federation's local agen-
cies.
"Grealci Miami is growing by
, h d Ufil -. Pan.- -... I.
-. r i arc gn *ing just
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I < .! al aid
,.., .:: luded Dr Charles
V. ., iam Ci oper, Dr.
Dane! Franci Dr. Edward ii.il
lor. D Eiiu G< Dr .lack
ll V' ;';.!. Pi George \ Gra-
! am, Dr Hov ard itosen, and Dr.
M..M.. Zin >:.
i in division c e m deter-
mined." Chairman Alenier de-
clared, "to do ii- part."
Real Estate co-chairmen map CJA plans. They're Morton Rus-
sacl< (left) and Sam Cahen.

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Laundry and Cleaning srouP maps its Combined Jewish Appeal
plans, left to right are Jack Popick, co-chairman of the group;
B. B. Goldstein, chairman of the Serviies Division; and Irving
Berlin, group co-chairman.
Insurance Division leaders ch-irt their course in the 1962 Now
Hsrizons campaign Left to right *' vice eh3irr-an Fred Diamond,
Jack Kirtchbaum, and co-chairman Martin Ns.-rik.
Construction Division leaders get together, left to right are
Joseph Gittleman, Builders group co-chairman; Max Goldstein,
Division co-chairman; and Dave Sokol, Real Estate group vice
chairman.
Greater Miami Agencies Benefit
Service, .'.'wish Horn.' for Ihe
Aged. Service n> New Americans
of the National Council ol '< isfa
Women and Jewish Vocational
Service. Your 1962 CJA gifts will
support their ongoing activities.
' faler Miami agencies of 'he
"'><' med Jewish Appeal include
Sinai Hospital, Greater Mi-
11 Jewish Community Center,
fcau of Jewish Education,
" Family and Children's
These members of the CJA Construction Divis-
ion attended a recent top-level planning meet-
ing, left to right are James Aberman, co-chair-
man for Building Supplies; Norman S. Rosen,
co-chairman of the Real Estate group; M. Tony
Sherman, co-chairman of Architects; Arthur M.
Shandloff, Building group co-chairman; and Har-
old Goldfarb, Building group co-chairman.


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Friday. February 2, 1962
Dr. Max Arzt (rightl vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, gives a preview look at a:i award the
Seminaiy will make Friday night at Temple Menorah to Mau-
rice Revitz (leit\ president of the congregation, and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual leader. The award is in tribute
to Temple Menorah for its active participation in the Semin-
crv's national enrollment plan. Dr. Arzt, who will speak at
the service, lauded Revitz fo> his "devotion and guidance in
winning his congregation's support of the plan."
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( dance instruction. Partici-
punts maj stay lor lunch, and free
bus transportation i* provided.
tn addition to Tuesdays, two
ether days for activities are set
aside for senior citizens at the
Miami Beach YMHA Branch. On
Thursday, there are folk and
square dance instruction, choral
group, and a course in Jewish
history. On Sundays, the Golden
Hebrew-Speaking Group
Chug Ivri oi North Miami Beach
will meet Tuesdaj evening at Tem-
pi) Ner Tamid. The Hebrew-
speaking group will hear Martin
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Rabbi Shapiro
Officiates Friday
Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate
at the inaugural service of his new
tenure al .Miami Hebrew Congre
gation during Friday evening serv-
ices at the congregation this week
The service will begin at 8:15
p.m. Extending greetings will be
Dr. H Franklin Williams, vice
president of the University of Mi-
ami, and Louis Schwartzman.
executive director ol the Bureau
jf Jewish Education.
They will be introduced by Irv-
ing Jacobson. president of Miami
Hebrew Congregation. Cantor Fred
Bernstein will chant the liturgy,
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss "Now
is the Hour." Mr. and Mr- Sam
Cohen and Mr. and Mrs, Peter Du-
chen will be host- at the Oneg
Shabbal following in celebration
ol their anniversaries.
Dr. Narot in Review
Dr. Jo-eph It. N.n-ot will review
'Mil.i 18." by Leon L'ris.at ;i meet
ing of the Temple Israel Sister-
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celebration of the Golden Jubilee
o* HadattaJi. Other speaker* in-
cluded President lihak Ben-Zvi,
Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Mayor
Mordechai Ish Shalom of Jerusa-
lem. A portrait cf the late Hen-
rietta Szold, who rounded Hadas-
sah in 1912, was flanked on the
tpeafcers piaffsrm l>y the United
States ar.d Israel flags.
Mrs. Rose Ilalprin. former na-
. i president ol 11. rl i -." :
a membi t I the Jewis
who presided al the m
the Prime Minister thai Ha lassah -
i,-llucnci reaches into more than
a third of tin Jewish homes in the
fnitcd State-. "We shall do." -h-
assured him, "what has to be done
,ti the things we believe insup-
,ri ol Israel a: d strength! it
Jewish life." Hadassah, shi as
-tried, "looks to Israel a> I
lodestar, for Ju laism renewed, for
, lews, when choost to
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Presidi nl Ben-Zvi told lh(
emblagi ersons in the
thai Hadassah "represents
jCi ps ol fruitful acti\
:j Tht organization, he -aid. "in
. ;, :is dcvelopmi nt and in
- 50 j c ars ..- i phi noun no
i |j among Zionist i
. mong Jew ish organizations ii
ral. holds the place ol pi I
i li\ ing outside 1-: at I
Dr. Goldmann urged Hadassah
to be "more ambitious" by play-
ing a still greater role in Ameri-
can Jewish life and in world Jew-
ish affairs. "You are such a
strong organization. he said.
Go out into the Jewish com-
munities, exteni_ your -,?he-es_ of
influence."
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Jewish National Fund executive board and
planning committee meet to discuss the launch-
ing of a new city in the Negev under the aus-
p.ces cf the Greater Miami Jewish community.
Fust row [left to riqht) are Isaac Donen. Abra-
ham Fraidhn. Miriam Press. David Lerner,
Bernard Silver. Second row (left to right) are
Mayshie Fried berg, Jchan L. Berman. William
Bornstein Dr. Zev W. Kogcn, Leon J. Ell, pres-
ident of the INF Council of Greater Miami,
Nathan Bookspan, Mrs. Wolfe Shklair,
Mrs. Ida Wessel Sidcnworm. Third row ileft
to right are Dr. M. J. Sana. Max Hecht, Sam
Kagan, Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Mrs. William
Beckwith, Harry Feldman. Joseph Alter and
Gershon Miller. Absent from picture are Rab-
bi Mayer Abramowitz, Dr. Irving Lehrman,
tenjamin Appel, Isidore Dickman, Ezra Fine-
qcld, Jacob Fishman, Sol Goldman, Abraham
Grossman, Peter Heller. Julius Rosenstein,
Louis Rudnick, Sam Schachno, Irving Schatz-
man. Al Sherman, Meyer Siegel, and J. Z.
Stadlan. Also Mesdames Jacob Davis, Paul-
ine Levick, Fannie Liebman, Alired Stone and
Miss Lillian Goodman.
\Miami Jewry Planning City in Negev
the Negev of Is-
i : ched bj the Great-
I, iami Jewish community in
Leon J. Ell. presi-
|(. ih National Fund
|( heri announced Wednes-
Id
Vbramowltz, chair-
ii ; the JNF executive board,
land Dr Irvii % Lehrman, chairman
the f our lation lor the Jewish
\ Fund said the launching
lot ihe new cit> has been set into
In b> j recent resolution pas-
I i ihc itcr Miami Council.
This historic undertaking is in
answer to the call of Prime Min-
ister David BenGurion, who has
appealed to world Jewry -o estab-
lish ten new cities in the Negev,"
the local JNF leaders declared.
"In accepting the resolution,
Greater Miami has put itsell on
record as being the first citj in the
Diaspora to accept Mr Ben-Gurl-
on's challenge."
Thej said thai lull details ol this
"three-year project' will be re-
vealed as plan- progress
.Meanwhile. Dr, Lehrman, in his
capacit> as JNF Foundation chair-
man, reminded Greater Miamians
that the Foundation for the Jew-
ish National Fund i- a ke> to the
future ol the State ol Israel and the
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homeland."
He explained that the Foundation
j- established in 1933 to promote
.i flow of funds for use in the recla-
mation and rebuilding ol modern
Israel
"In the brief eight years of its
existence," he said, "American
Jewry has rallied to the support
of the Foundation in ever-increas-
ing numbers. The total potential
mobilized by the Foundation in
the form of bequests, insurance
assignments, cash and bond
transfers now amounts to $15 mil-
lion. The objective for 1962 has
been set at $5 million in order to
meet the challenging goals of the
recently announced 'Twenty Year
Plan' to restore the vast remain-
ing wastelands of Israel to beau-
ty and productivity.
"To remember public institu-
tions, charities and other civic and
national causes in one's will is a
Custom hallowed by immemorial
tradition. Foremost among estab-
lished Jewish bodies receiving be-
quests, large and small, from all
parts of the kvorld^i^ the Je_wish4
National Fund, tor the" past more
than 60 years, a trusted instrument
of the Jewish people in the redemp-
tion and rebuilding of the Land ol
Israel."
Rabbi Lehrman declared thai
"many American Jews have found
satisfaction in linking their names
with the immortal land, which has
withstood all that time and history
could inflict. It is a ceep and na-
tural longing which all may ieel.
this desire to be remembered lav-
j orably by one's own. To be set
down in permanent record as hav-
ing established some project vital
. to the restoration of the soil of Is-
rael, has been a proud aim of many
i noted Americans."
I He explained that reviving the
I old tradition, under which a tract
' of land was handed on trom father
to son. the Jewish National Fund
I has instituted the system of the
I new Nachla. bearing the name of
the donor to be handed ('.own from
generation to generation.
. "Already, the United States
heads the list ol honored redeem-
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In tribute to Eddie Cantor's 70th birthday celebration to be
held in Miami under the auspices of the inaugural conference
for Israel Bends. Mayor Rober' King High (rigat) has set aside
the period preceding the Feb. 24 nctioncl event as "Eddie
Cantor Celebration Month in Miami." Accepting the procla-
mation is Jack S. Popick. Grecter Miami Israel Bend leader
and chairman of the host-to-the-nations committee which is
welcoming participants from major cities in the U.S. end Can-
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Ycaksv Herzcg
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since 1949, serving prior to 1954 a;
counselor or, Jerusalem atfair>.
Locc.3 Zionists
Planning Dinner
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The v arly evenl is a par; of
ZOA's fund-raising ac"
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Silver Agricultural School
Israel
Chairman ol the dinner It E
raim Collins. His committee
eludes Meyer Fine. Irving Sai
David Li nd the M:
tbine- ISphraim Collins. M<
Fine, Sam Levine, David Nero\
Paulii e Levick. I B. Sacks, ai
Morris Sii
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Dicbetes Group io /Meet
Greater Miami Lay Diabetic So-
ciety > i'l mee' next at i,-e YMCA
4<> NE 3M ave.. o- Monday at
o, Dr. M r ti p M, Horn
v :11 discuss "The importance of
the fee: to Diabetics."
School to Mcrk
Music Month
Dasii Pinfki Folk School wil'
celebrate Jewish Music Month '-'
.ti ()-.- s'- lh*V <-n f<*'6 ,%' '
ning at the Karband Labor Zionist
Culture Center. 842 Washington
a\ i
i ntoi cai Y -' nill
led in "TI Rool il J iwisl
Music "
Mr a 'I Mrs. Her, Yomi n v ill
'cid in communits stnyr.g. Loui
i.:i -.r. in teat r at the scho will
present a selection ol his literary
work
B-G is Willing
To Let Up
On Restrictions
Continued from Page 1-A
ister, making no reference to the
specific quotation attributed to
him, said that he v/as not respon-
sible for press reports in his
name, except those which he had
personally submitted and signed.
Addressing a meeting in Tel
Aviv. Deputy Dflen>e Minister Shi-
mon Peres said that Israel'.- Arab
population can be divided in three
categories: the indifferently re-
signed; the hostile resigned: the
active hostile. Israel, he said, is
vitally concerned a- to which of'
these elements will dominate the'
Arab community.
"We are out to prevent their dom-
ination by the extremis:: bs public
pressure or by terror, a- happened
.n Algeria," he added.
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FROM THE TALMUD
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The Beginning of Passover
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nuntn niftn ? vnnai
rx 7D1 0"Bhn d'to?
"Ljgg .rniysrj r^n? "xrn
msi v-s?s ripnai ris
"xfcrij n'paj? cs -n"n"p
'-x z":id D'^an nmo
~m) piyxn r:?7\'-~! D-Tsn
nx -:"3 nsn .o'^on
rc'r pki D'Vo^ K:i;n
ran Kin tk .ncs-nn
HTnaa ,"3*]:n yixaa
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TffAWS14TfON -
Israeli Stamp is Born
At the central post office build-
l Jaffa one oi the most Inter-
fstaj postal department! is: The
Philatelic Services. This depart-
me has just celebrated its twelfth
anniversary The main task of the
hilatelic services is the printing
<" Waeli stamps.
!*t us follow the birth of an Is-
wfl stamp. Every year a notice
:- rabUshed in ihe press and on the
, reMrrling the submission of
Proposals for new stamps, and
everyone is entitled to submit his
.roposals. The proposa|s are ex.
"mine n the subjects of the series of
si-mps have been accepted, appli-
uion is made to artists to pre-
Pare proposals for designing the
imps, the artisi i> given the sub-
^"e of printing, but he is free.
"u 'IS ,hl' graphic execution, the
'<* of colors etc.. are concerned.
Published by Brit Ivrit
"BO" EXODUS 10:1-13:16
Again the Pharaoh is urged to let the people -0. bul Cod hardens;
his heart.
The old Theological question of man's freedom ol choice versus the I
ability of Gcd to harden Pharaoh's heart a.id to prevent him from I
mak'ng his own decision, is reseolved with the following explanation:
Mi ; freedom ol will: hocver, if le chooses the road
ol evil, he i- further deterred from fcllowina Ihe path o righted s
!} h bit. desire and environment, thus i araoh bavins
alread\ n n< ; i emi Israel, makes n re rl ff>ctt!i fin
himsi If to pi omph fn edom i choici s. his hi rl v. as
hard( ni
i:^ i ha 12 ins assover new
is given ti | ri
e month of each y<
!-rin : ed im.
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he < i : : i .. < ..... Lcav..i
5 neil i ii .] i h '. i ire. it is
noi sufficient I ob.-crve :,-.. m .,.->, i > | ..
everj Jew I eai >!at2 h
Most symbol sms an ed from this Sirirah
I'( reading concludes ith "hi beginning of chapter 13. which refers
Jo tin consecraticn of the first b"rn. a ceremony still observed today
by many Jews Every male first born is redeemed by his father to
remind the Israelites of their greal redemption.
The Mitzvah of Tfilin. the wearing of Phylacteries, is introduced.
The authorized prayer book. Page 15. declares:
"Within these Tephilhn ar< placed four sections ol the Law. thai
declare the absolute unity of God, and that remind u< of Ihe miracles
and wonders which He wrought for us "hen He brought us forth from
Egypt, even He h< hath power over the highest and lowest to deal
witll them accord:ng to his will. He hath commanded us to lav the
Tephilhn on the hand as a memorial of his outstretched arm: opposite
the heart, to indicate the duly of subjecting the longings and designs
of our heart to His service, blessed be He: and upon the head over
against the brain, thereby teaching that the mind, whose seat is m the
brain, together with all senses and faculties, is to be subjected to if is
service, blessed Le He."
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must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cn>'y> ve.
Orthodox. R.-bOi ?ac tver.
Krtdl > :'" I-.in. $Mtur< a>' v :;! .. i
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SETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3r0 v Con
Mrvatlve. Rab-i Norman N. Shapnc
r,-nti<- William W L pson.
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RaKLi Solomon Schiff.
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,r -r: tn(:0 r-? ie a'-. Or-
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Or'h-idox. Rabbi Ti;or Stf-n.
Cant V a r ce 'amer-c.
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DE-H RAPHAEL 13 NW ?rd >.
Orthodox. Julius Eapero, pre' dent.

BTTH TT'lAM ?:5 E- C'lf llvr. O'-
tnodcx. Rauti Jo*eph F Rackovsky.

BETH TORAH. 'f4-h st and NE '1th
ave. Ccnf-r\atve. Rabbi Ma:: Lip-
cr.it:. C.intor Eer-Zion K'schrn
K .'.. : ml ' |i.m >, 'i
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Mri !'. olil IVrti ..
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why does tradition prescribe that
the Sabba'h candles must be lit
at least 18 minutes before sun-
set?
G< ni rail] n i ... w hen it came
lo the acceptanci ol the Sabbath.
the rabbis did :,ot wan! to nave
people wait urtil lhn vr '
minute when the Sabbath finally
arrives (i.e. at sunset) to consider
tin sal h as here. When one ex-
pects / cherished guest, one does
not wait until the last rrtinute to
go and greet him. One is -o anxious
lo receive him that one guts a bit
..head oi time.
Since the Sabbath arrives at sun-
set, th,- rabbis advance.I its ac-
ceptance by one .-mail unit of time
which is 18 minutes, which was
considered the time it took for a
man 10 walk an appreciable dis-
tance. This is classified under the
genera! term of "Tostot Shabbath"
ian addition to the Sabbathi. The
aforementioned reasoning may be
used according to those who be-
lieve that the Sabbath comes at
sunset, that is. when the -un has
completely disappeared behind the
horizon.
There is another opinion which
claims that the Sabbath comes, not
when the sUn entirely disappears,
but when it begins to set. This is
considered by this source to be IK
minutes before our so-called astro-
nomical sunset. If one accepts this
view then at 18 minutes before sun-
set is actually the time when the
Sabbath arrives, and one might
really be required to advance his
candie-lighting time by another five
or six minutes in order to allow for
the extra time period which marks
the anticipation Of the Sabbath.

Why is it that we no longer knoet
and prostrate ourselves in the
course cf certain prayers as was
the custom in the days of the
temple?
Several reasons are offered One
is that we are actually forbidden
I to kneel on stone because such was
Tf:; r,;.LC U /'"trwi-i 111 CO'
S| '
trs of the I .:< i Mmh
.! A.mi.
RABBI MAS v : IPS! HI '-
( i irdinaioi
Ci ninbutor:
RABB MON sCHII P
(Jt Rl oi Wisdom
the practice of idol worshipers.
Since some floors are ol stone
all kmcling was eliminated, fur
thermore, there were times when
foreign religious leaders tried to
compel Jews to kneel before alien
idols and beliefs.
Thus all kneeling was cumulated
from the service to show that we
kneel before no one. In the case
ot the Tachnun prayers, we had
ciased to kneel because this kneel-
ing and prostra'ion required a
deep humility which few can really
possess and demonstrate.
Why is it that when doing this one
turns left and then right?
The Talmud (Yoma 53b) indi-
cates that one should bow to the
right first then to the left, basing
this upon passages in the Bible
which speak of the Almighty being
to the right and left (Deuteronomy
33.2: Psalms 91:7). This is later
interpreted to mean that when
one faces the Almighty, the Al-
mighty's right is his left and vice
versa. It is also possible to con-
tend that the practice may be re-
lated to description in the Zohar
(Zohar Exodus 169b) where it is
said "The left hand roused the
right and the right then operates."
It may be possible to contend from
this approach that the worshipper
offers his resnects 10 the \lmishty
no matter what his answers to hu-
man prayers might be.
CONGREGATION ET7 CH"M. I'
Waihinoten .-.v< 0 thodox Rabb
Abnham Strass'l'd.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
B755 SW 16th st MiamL Rabbi S.'m-
uel April. Cantor Gcrshon Levin.
V i ., i ml I I?" .m. ''ii I'iri n'n
-. i v -. m : '" Ill i '.'I-; T< III
Vil'ii'lta "..!." ] 'ii

DADE HE.GHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 14C1 NW 1E3rd St. Con.
tervative. Rabbi Haiold Richter.
Canter Fmanue! Mandel.
K i '.I -l......i i- i I h
. i ,.|. for i-ili Rl -: I P, Mis S IvIb
K- Ii 'i.i d >< hi r; \. : nal
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pi. Conserv.it ve. Samuel Hollander,
presidirnt. Cantor Geo'ge Goldberri.
Brlili ."' 'I |i in I'll
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HOILVWOOD TFMPLC SINAI. "'T-
John-on st. Const-vat >vf R'bh
David Shapiro. Canter Veh.da-i
h( tltr.- i n

ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Consurvat vr. Rabl Vc '.on
Malavaky. Cantor Loi..s Cchen
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KNFSETM ISRAEL. -'5 Euclid ave.
Or'hodox. Patt-i David Le^ified.
Carto- Ab'.iBani Salt.

MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGAT'ON
1101 SW 12'h ave. V.odtrn Tan-
tioral. Rabb^ Max Shapno. Cantor
Fred Bernsttf-n.
1 lda> .':i> ami
NliW I- ihi H .. -. :
s, .'n. j |'.. if .'i ..f th. l.iirt."
MINYONA'RES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
m
SOUTHWEST CENTER W3f. SW 81h
St. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein
!' ilu> :1 i '' i li n. s.
.i hit ip. ii' In he s^it.-i.iii >! Le-uilcr-
-' l| Sal ii.i!> 9 .i.'

TEMPLE ADATH YfSHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Mi'irn, Gardens rd. :
Rabbi Max Zuekrr. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisi
Reisrnan.
-BiaTtH
TEMPLB sTTH AM. 5950 N. Kendall I
dr So. Miami Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles .
Kodner. I
' Kr|ilH\ 7 ".ti p. in > i im.!. : Will 1h.
Romb fall?" Salurdaj 11:15 a.m
I.: Miinvuli: l.lndR, .l.tiiuh.ii ot Mr
ii ml Mr, Miiiiri..' SjtclnbcrKcr: Mnr-*
...'. daugHter ot Dr, ami alra Be]
| hard Spiegel.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
obbi Samuel Jaffe.
I'li'l. j 8:13 p.m. "Annual IM;hiihuod
Sabbath," 'wit > tuple for Ellaal
-l'.ik-r Sylvan Lffdow, v-' itlvi dl-
r.-i.'i- National Pederatiun Temple
lirotherhoods. Saturdaj 10 i .
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a t i i Morris Skop.
1 Cantor Herman Cottheb.
F iii; j v IS Bermoi Rli h: iann
: KOI .1 ii-' I'... Hi I '. -. t v \l. i
Sutui la: II '' .i m Kldi
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative, i
1 Rabbi Samuel Mendeiowitz.
GEMS OF WISDOM
!l ,!r e.'ie .tiiill and lite treat.
all lil.l.i'
\POCRYPHA

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NOROAU
TEMPLE BETH RHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Cantor David Conviser.
i iii,., |i.ii,. Si rnion: 'Tin Wall
i ,. s.i.in,i;i> 10:45 a.m
liar Mltxvah: Bdwurd, s..n ..f Mr, and
M s i.ii ii- licilln.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb .-lenry
B. We. r. ck.

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Ler.rnian Cantor Hirsch Adler.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th it.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
I h > '' p m S< rnion: "lnrai-1, Ihe
Land nf II. IltlnniA Kcllgluux Tower
ni Itahi

TEMPLE JUDE-. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal. Fiabbi Mordecai Podet.
.,, v r. Si i: ibbl, I
vYnnt i' Imt I I '"iii Know
Ho Shi duj .. in Bal M Is -
l' ,. Mr .un! Mrs. Jos-
,'l.h Snydi
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Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ovwitz Cantor Edward Klein.
I -........m iii Wer-
iii. i.
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MPI E MFR TAMIO. SOth st. and
Tatum Wate "ay Modern T-adi-
tional. Rabbi Ei'-jcne Labovitz. Can-
"- Ssm-.el Gr-mterg.
s. iii..ii "Thi Law
.. ~ rM "it Peupli rtat-
- h in Si rnii'ii: Wi kly
IN i,

TEMPLE SNAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
-2 CO NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Benoo M. Wallach.
Si .....:i "i Hir it- -
lew ti iii. Ann rlcan I'om-
nttj i'.'I ...... Mr- \lir;l-
'1)11 n \n_. I .1 ..I' Ihi Alll.lU'an
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman. Can-
tor Albert Giantz.
> ... i. n Si ""ii. "The I'm k-
ti s wh eh P llciwn thai Rabbinic
l.luhl which .is I.. -i it- Hollneaa."
Snl daj 9 h i Siiiuun; "Lawa and
11} I..IUS."
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Fl.-mingo Way. Conservative. Rabbl
Leo Heim.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes, can-
tor.
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TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Csntor Jacob Goldfarb.
FYtda} S:30 p.m. Nk>rmon: "The Ijiw
i'i\:i nr RfllsTloua'.'"' ones, Shabbat
host: Zk>n AZA.
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YEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Siemmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
r'iii..v s |-, ,,.in. Rermon: "Dabtor
,m.) in. ;,.i." Saturda) n a.m. Bar
Miizv.ih: ll'.A.r.l. son "f Mr. and
Ml s Max l.i \ \.
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
FVIiIa) .'...I" p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
ism*:' .....
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LEGAL NOTICE
[i COlNTI JUDGE'S COURT
,\ AND 'OR DAOF roilM-y.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
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The time when the Rabbi was too emphatic!
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C:RCUIT COURT 0"7 THE
ELEVF.NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 61C 13472
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE is HERFntY ruVHN that
iiu Kefrigeratoi M..I.I the undesigned, desiring to engage In
I. i>.h i -I. r the flctitioue name <>f
You are required 10 file yo r nn- HAI.TIMORH U'TS ni 34CH Collins,
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Clerk : :. aforesaid Court and Ito reglMer ...,i,i name ivFth the Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Nerve .. .,.. thereoi upon |lnlntiii -
iii.ii ni M W;TI.\ F'lN K, 14th i I or
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NOTICE UNDER
F'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE C RCU T COURT Off tm =
ELCV-N-- JuD'CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
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No. 62C 831
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No. 51327
M RE: I Mate of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CiRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR'OA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 3'j
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Pleading I i the BUI i i 'ompluint on
the I'n.iiiii ntlorne>, MARVIN t.
WIBNBR, "i a n-i.- Building; .Mi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTS.
FLORIDA. I.N fROSATE.
No. i*07i B
IN RE IMut.....
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FLOR'OA IN AND FOR CAOE
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Friday, February 2. 13S2
From My
Diary
By MAX lRNEf
UN/TED NATIONS subcommittee mm RiPQM
USSR Implicated on Bias Charges
... .. .... ... ,h enviPl Union Plied > ,h* '* ""
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nehert But *hen ii .- a natter I -
n mil at Rocring Rivei
a.- .-. road* ol \ slai lle-jumpei
TUESDAY- -:
Xm P ml del r< "-- '
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possibli iive securitj regimes
n>iant y moving I rd a g e
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rid as a e is s
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any of its conspira;
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Secretary Rusk mav use "
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... .->iracy and sustain*
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the re> I E the America*
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WEDNESDAY- : :
Prt >. :<' K- with it.
scs agsin the question
[ what hi! saved and
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this eek in charges I -
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Protection I "tics
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Boai.i : '< -" Dei tieDr Wil-
- K } ical his
dress that Jews in the Soviet Union
,re denied the right of migration to
her countries despite the fact
hat manj ol Ihem seek to be uni-
ted with th ir families abroad. He
thej are virtual captive- be-
I -walls fi [uratively ami literal-
v."
The CBJO representatives also
implied criticism against the So
vie? Un.cn for failing to report
on i's emigration and immigra-
t on polkta, as requested by the
United Nations. He p>innied out
Hat only 53 governments had re-
Deny Egypt Seeks U.S. Cotton
Continued 'rom Pi?* 1-A
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: thai Egypt
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plied to that roquost. Th Sov.--
Union is not amonfl tho 53 mem-
bers.
Adhering 10 the subetMBnisslon'i
rules, which forbid criticisms ,.
any UN member'State. Dr. Kort.
did nol mention the USSR by name
However, he pointed out that. '
certain areas: There are discnm
nations against nationals wishing u
leave the country: that religioi
groups are affected by general pn>
hibitions against travel abroaS
and thai the moral and ham.:
larian principle of reunion of f.i i
lies*' are deniedreferring ob\
i Russia's lorbiddinu ol i
,, travel to Israel.
Making it clear he as ref.rr-,
jews in th<- Soviet I i
Dr Korey told Ihe UN that, i
h m- denied Ihe right of family -
are ihe viefhns ol
p i|i< ies ol the N
persons who ha\' 1
. to leave in ordei i
: is lib the feu in their (am; a
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"World
by ISABEL GROVE
what can be sweeter than sweet sixteen' Three sweet
beauties Triple celebration luncheon Sunday, Jan. 21.
, Eden Roc lor three sophomores from Miami Beach High -
, ;, Olesky, a cover girl, Barbara Turchin and Arlyn Samue's.
,, caiendat iris Among the 100 guests singing "Happy
r re Arlyn's mother, Mrs Ben Samuels, her grand-
Max Brod'e, and her great-grandnicthcr. Mrs, Ann
Bea (Mis. Michael) Mersel entertained with her
son s. and Miss Frances rhoma*. r iding palms,
I thai Ihere was a tall, dark, hands no stra gcr in I
present .
V'?r ed iteresl for Stcvi v .
n oon at Sui town I i: perl .
i om I IIii i"1 i Mnszki-wsi to M
,,, sicia i on stu :: ing with F..-ti
I y si I i ici
, nl Rose ', lot)
-
; ~.:\y\ La I rci .. rroui Fl
t ten with a total of six ... Hi : Harr>
i. .-, : e sons R< berl I Richard 1
n mber i tchange stud, nl Sent i Bii
teacher from L!ma, Peru He's spet i hal
rj irrimer studying English ut Lindse; Hopkins Pro
sponsored by International Fellowship and the Geistens
reciprocating for the wonderful vacation which Barry, a stu-
Palm Beach Junior College, -pern with .. lamily in Medel-
: mb last summer .
Verj > el< >me neighbors for Edna and Jimrm Chapman,
selves barely settled into their apartment at the new Terrace
ers The l.ouis Feldmans, ol Forest Hills, 1.1 have cl
tided on a permanent pied a lerre here for their frequent visits
rm of :t for the Chapmans i> that son Martin now living
- married to the former Joyce Peldman Wasting
tl ey'l be here in a few weeks with tiny offspring Richard
Li 22 months and Cindj Felice, 'i m nth Sii in? "The
\ : You." Jimmy ha- already off< I I rma-
for hi- grand< hildren
*-
S nle; Vkin bout read the
1 ne thej liuili on Hibiscus Isla i Makinj
> oursi R bet I 'I odd B-v old,
Bi .i :: j Scott all il 2 yoai b I isl ti i asured
.'tin-', bj Jiil's talented isti I J hi
I
at ihi Lombardy hotel as guests i lers.
. Mr- Murray Berkowtti are Di and Mrs J B. Solo
He's i hiei rabbi of Boi I
I
Yeshiva I nivei > in New Yorl
Re
ei eiv i .1 : p mal i > il at ion froi Pi miei P
i ( hiel i abbi i I the State ol Isi ael
inter \ isitoi ( In rlcs ai (I Carol R.....nthal, an al
Ro Founder ol Riverside Mem..rial Chapels the>
I coming hen since the early 20's .. They'll be spendi
1 me with the Leonard Zilberts and grand sephew Larric
B I and familv. including his mother, Mrs. Lillian B.. who
i i returned from a Caribbean cruise Biggest surprise ol
was coming face-to-face with her sistei and brother-in-
i Mr and Mrs Herbert Weiss, in Port au-Prince Haiti
I knew her itinerary, so while she was pitying them supposedly
1 in t ik ,i N Y thej flew to the island to catch up with her,

Michael and Bea Mersel, prepared to brave whatever the ele-
have in -tore for them in Roslyn, l.l to attend the wed-
il Mike- nephew Leaving Saturday, and will be house
il Bea's sister .
Defeated bj her own eagerness, Evvie (Mrs. Donaldi Barmack
".'- so hoarse from raising funds for Cerebral Palsy that the
chore of chatting with Raymond Hun fell lo her house-
Mrs Dorothy Gross of New York, on the CP Telethon last
However, that dldn'1 affect her appearance, and she
onderful as she silently shared the TV spotlight with the
i lar Perry Mason He graciously included her as he ac-
1 I tin S600 Evvie and daughter-in-law. Carolyn Barmack
ii ol the Miami Beach CP unit, raised and contributed
ip
- -
Th. wedding breakfast, sans bride and bridegroom, given
S morning b> Yvette and Micky Kraus for the many out-
sitors who had attended the marriage ol daughter Nikki
1 Press, jr., the previous evening at the Deauville hotel.
a : 'Cap ol the many plea-ant detail- ol the affair .
' lered on the radian; bride, attractive bridesmaids and
1 inative floral decor in blue and while bj Joe Meyers
* Malkin's music, romantic during the ceremony, gaj and ir-
' 'able foi the dancing later Long-time friends, Jeanne
8 Joseph Cohen, ol Toledo (i reminding everyone that the
other was pretty as a picture in her beaded, dropped
honey beige frock with accordion pleated (lotion skirl
prompted Anthony Press, ol Nas-au, the bridegroom's
' :'" brother to mention how attractive his mother was in her
sheath and everyone agreed on that, too Especially
i Iparents Mr and Mrs David Bobker. ol Vernona IN '
lack Bobkers, ot Newark Others commenting on th-
the evening and the beautj ol the feminine guests in
1 .'.term- gowns were Wdl.am and Libby Shipley, ol Cleve-
1 Mrs Rosalyn Weiss, from the Big Town, the Al Glaiers, ol
1 Hills; a id Seymour and Elbe Mindel. ol Toledo. O. Lone
' representatives Anita and John Berger he's purchasing
Metro.
- -
rhere is no more excited person in this entire area than prett)
x Mrs Emilio 7. \ don/ale/, popular operator at Hilda's J.cc
llir eye- light up a- -lie describes, in fractured EngUsh. her
1 ''"" to the ceremony last week which made her a bOM fide
1 '" of these United states, a dream she has clung to for six
since .-he came here trom Havana Her joy spills over
*||n the wonder that her children, Marini l Luis 8, are also
under the full protection of "this so great country "
"(Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 2, 1962
Section B
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Betwen the arts at "la Travicta," nrBnted are (left to right) Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
here by the Greater Miami Opera Guild, are r nd Circuit Judge Irving Cypen and Mrs.
(left) Mis. Mortis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Cypen.
Thai, and Morris Cohen. In photo at right
'Valentine' Will
Be Women's
League Theme
You're Our Valentine" i- the
theme ol the Women's Cancer
I eague ol Miami Beach third an-
imal fund-raising luncheon to be
held on Wednesday, Feb. 14, at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, presid ',
this week thanked the citizens of
Miami Beach and Greater Mia
lor their support. "Iheiehy en-
abling ii- to lultill our worthy com-
munity service cancer fight
Since the inception of the Wom
en's Cancer League ot Miami
Beach in August, 1958, some i
members have supported the Tum-
or clime at Mt. Sinai Hospital. In
June, I960, a Cobalt Bomb was pur-
chased for the hospital at a cost of
50,000, of which $30,500 was pro-
vided by the Ladies' Auxiliary oE
the Damon Runyon Foundation
Last year, the group maintained
two beds in a semi-private room
al Mt Sinai Hospital lor indigent
terminal cancer patients at a cost
of $10,000 a bed yearly.
The League will continue the
be for indigent terminal cancer
patient.-, provide a $3,600 Fellow
ship for Cancer Research for a
third-year resident physician at Mt.
Sinai, and purchase X-Ray equip
men! tor the early detection of
breast cancer
Special honors will be awarded
to Mrs. Robert Z. Greene, national
president of the Ladies' Auxiliary
ol the Damon Runyon Foundation,
;>nd Leon Lowenstcin. a life trustee
ol Mt Sinai Hospital, "for their
outstanding service to the com
m unity
Mrs. Milton Linn is chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Joseph Segal Res-
eivations may be made with Mrs.
Irving Rubin and Mrs .lack Rabin-
o\ itch.
Women's Group
Hears Panel
Women's Division of the Cham-
ber ol Commerce ol Surfside
II 11 om Baj Harbor Islands met
Wednesdaj noon at Surfside To n
Hall.
Panel discussion presented by
the Bay Division ol the National
( luncil ol Jewish Women featured
'Mow Nil' to Fight Communism."
Participant- included Mr-. Jack
Poses, Mrs Leopold Milner, Mrs.
Raymond Wise, and Mr-. Julie;
Bark.
Mrs Charles P. Feinberg was
moderator. A question and answer
period followed.
Mrs George Valentine Is presi
the Women's Division Mrs.
Milton Levinson, vice president,
was chairman ol the meeting.
Third annual ball end dinner dance of the Cedars of Lebanon
Auxniciy en Feb. Id will mark three years cf volunteer serv-
ice in behalt cf Miami's newest hospital. Planning the aa'a
event which will be held at Miami Springs Villas are (lelt to
right* Mrs. Herschel B. Leschel. general chairman; Mrs. Ben-
jamin G. Oren, reservations; Mrs. Jacob Colsky, invitations;
and Mrs. Mitchell M. Goldman, tickets. Committee members
not shown are Mrs. Reubin Rcchkind, Mrs. Frank Witkoff. and
Mrs. Lawrence Adler, hostess chairman.
Mrs. Roosevelt
Here Wednesday
A bon voyage luncheon for Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt is being tend-
ered by the National Sponsors of
Israel on Wednesday noon at the
Fontainebleau hotel, it w as an-
nounced by Mrs. Jan Peerce, na-
tional chairman of the Women's
Division for Israel Bonds.
Mrs Roosevelt is leaving soon
lor a Study tour of several newly-
Independenl countries in Africa.
Known throughout the free world
for her extensive travels, "she has
already \ i-i e I Israel to see the
progn -s being made in creating
n w opportunities for a better and
more sell sufficient future lor
larce numbers of immigrant.-.''
Mrs Peerce declared.
PCCrCC, w lie ol the renowned
tenor Ol 1 h e Mclroulitan Opera
Company, -aid that "National Spon-
sors ol Israel is one of the leading
si pporters of the upbuilding ol Is-
Members ol the group have
I urcbased $1,000 or more in Israel
Bond-, making possible the con
struction ol homes tor the mum
ml families in Israel and their
absorpti in into the economic fabric
; nation "
The luncheon lor Mrs. Roosevell
i- being held in conjunction with
the launching of the activities of
the Women'- Division leading up
to the three-day inaugural confer-
ence for Israel Bond- which be-
i on Feb. L'3.
MHS. IlCANU* KOOimtT
Ner Tamid
Book Review
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
will sponsor the last in a series ol
[0Ur booh reviews on Thui
evening, Feb B, in Sklar Auditori-
um
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti will re-
view "The Making ot the Presi-
dent I960." bj Theodore white.
Mrs Ludwig Kostench is chair-
Mrs Murraj \
resident Mrs. He
Fine i- iys md means vice presi-


Page 2-B
7S*orfc Club' Set
At Mt. Sinai
Th, nrsl "Stork Club" pn
o) the year al Ml Sinai Hospital
will begin Feb. i wr mothers and
t. hers-to-be. Sponsored by the
I; : ,ing educational department at
\it Sinai, there is no membership
fee or charge for attendance, and
an> couple expecting an aadition
ti the family may attend.
The course consists <>t six meet-
|ra ranging from an introduction
|0 the staff and the facilities ot
the hospital to -Birth Time lor
Barn." -Bah Time lor Baby.
Feeding Time tor Baby.- and
Now That You are Parents '
Educational films, followed by
group discussions, comprise a part
ol each session, and inform
booklets on related subjects "ill be
distributed. A diploma will be
awarded upon successful comple-
tion of the program.
Meetings will be held on The first
Wednesday of the month, between
7:30 and 9 p.m.. in Conference
Room 2 of .Mt. Sinai Hospital Fur-
ther information may be had irom
Mt. Sinai Hospital.
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
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little macaroni pies...filled with
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cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
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easier than the frozen kind. So
much thriftier, toocosts only
bout 15c per serving!
Cooking time tor flank steak is,
ii.e the u rds ot the popular mg.
M or no hing. When the meat is
sauteed or boiled, the time at 'he
;l0ve is very riet indeed But be-
cause tlank steak is solid meat.
.:nd somewhat Hal in shape, it is
articularty desirable for many
ther dishes which no other cut ot
:eet ffs so well. It is ideal to
staff, either as a long roll some-
times called Mock Duck, or a- in-
dividual roll,- called Beet Birds.
The .- eak may al>o be cut into m-
lividual portions and cooked in a
flavorsome gravy. For these reci-
pes the meat require- long, slow
braising, and become- tender
enough !o cut with a fork
Braising i- a culinary term which
means that the meat is first
browned i:i a little hot shortening.
- liqui I is -i Ided a-.!
sometimes the meat need- I
:; in bol cases, the saucepan i-
Ihen righi
it low u np rature
. I used 1 .....an)
- and po; roasts
Whet flank steak si
Mrs. Savage
Heads Drive
Til,' Heart Assn. ol Greater Mi-
ami will again nave Mrs. Alvin
Savage a- the Miami Beach Hear.
Si inlay chairman, according to an
announcement by Dr. Martin S
Belle, president ol the Heart Assn.
Mrs. Savage !ias served as Heart
Sunday chairman tor the past six
yean Mrs. Charlotte Rose i> co-
chairman,
"Service as a Heart Fund volun-
teer is a rewarding experience.''
Mrs. Savage declared. "A lew
I.our- ol effort enables each one ot
us to make a lasting contribution to
the fight against the Number One
Health enemy ot this community
and ihe nation."
Dr. Bell i said that "volunteers
>erve a two-fold purpose. They
serve as educational ambassadors,
leaving al each hcr.x^ a leaflet con-
taining helpful information about
lean attack. They also receive
Heart Sunday contributions
tt< a long roll. i* easier to handle
.. the meat ;- firs. **,m*'n
ball and opened to make a la.
hit. she*, a Fruited RieeS
ins with a imle Sherry adding a
subtle ta-v gives the meat roll a
most intriguing llavor. Ala>*
carVe a liank -teak agams the
6rain. to cut through to long li-
bers, and cut at an angle for largei
slices.
The Potted Flank steak is -o dif-
ferent in taste and appearance tram
.he roll that it seems to have been
made ol jh en irely duterent cut
Of meat. This is one ol those dish-
..-- which fill the kitchen with won-
lerful aroma a- thej cook II "'-
enerous amount ol gravj which
calls for an equally generous mound
I poti
Flank S'eak With Fruited
Rice Stuffing
.. deep t aster with
, of the
. ij I water and re
,urs. until very
emove th-' string, place
..,., and Serve
Garn.shw.th
,.. rhis amount serves B
Patted Flank Steak
i nank steak aboul I lbs.
tablespoons all-purpose
tl i ir
1 tea-''-1 I sail
i, teaspoon pepper
I : teaspoon garlic powder
1 tea-Doon paprika
2 tablespoons chicken tat
1 large union, diced
1 cup boiling water
t carrot, diced
cup diced celery
, cup diced jreen pepper
cup canned tomato
v isp i it ---'r
i rr in*o or 5 portions,
. des Jether the Hour,
TETLEY
Friday. February 2 1962
salt, pepper, garlic powder. a-,f
paprika, and coat the meat i (
v ith this mixture. Heat the ot
in a large skillet over me i
i,, a) add the onion, and cook until
-,ii: Push to one side, u id the
meat, and brown on all sidei \u
tl water, bring to a boil, ti, ,
the remaining ingredient.- Lower
the heat, cover the pan. and
itt-r abou 1 v hours, until th
is very tender. From time to time
loo-en the meat lrom the bottom
ol the pan. to prevent sticking TtUi
serves 4 or 3.
STARRING
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tablespoons chicke
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teasp
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TEA
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Have tht bul steak
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side, almost to the farther side, -o
that it can
thin -heet. Combine th -alt.
;.rune-. celer>, oni .poons
of Ihe Shorn 2 tabli sp.....-
tat. the lemon juice, cinnamon
basil, an I egg Sprea I this mix-
ture evenly over the meat -
to the e >>- Roll up, tuck the
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Coral Way Jewish center Sister-
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. ime lian and mas-
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lime the progi am
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*Jmisfi rhriJian
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Morrrarct Newman Stern (left* discusses details oi the
: luncheon h:re Tuesday with hei hiend, Holiywccd stci
n Crawford.
ORT Jennie Awerti Luncheon Sparks
Yellow Theme a! Tables and in Fruit
By FRANCES LEHMAN
l thing W as in yellow ;il the
I es'.ival luncheon of Worn-
- Vmencan OKI on Tuesday in
Grand ballroom oi Uie Fon-
i .hi hotel The head table.
as the smaller tables, .-put
yellow < loths with baskets of
i ii yellow and orange mums.
Jennie Grossinger wore
:, ( c eoral ensemble, and
showed to gracious ad-
with no ha' Mrs. Scj
. Rubin m a shocking pink one
Iress Mrs. Joseph Wilkes
. mg r.. an e^a -!< II broa te
Hi a purple pillbox
a lilac ro-o .
Samuel Pollack, who de
- her own clothes, ehosi .<
.. and roj al tv eed en al on
,,l blue lining and a
She was voted one "t
ten 11 -i 11 ssi d 'a omen
\ears a-", and no won-
dark-haired Mr- 1" M
. Sebastian three piece
. orange and white, and pat
iher accessories Mrs
- Brown in a brown anil hl.uk
(in with a matching
Mrs Kbe Resaick accepting
U in a royal blue and hl.uk
i ith scoop neck Mrs Ben
in a two piece white en.-em-
!i a turquoise Eton lai kel
id her neck a diamond heart
i had lust received as jn anni-
trsarj present .
Mrs. Philip stark chose a green
hue embroidered sheath with
preen and white flower hat .
Mr- Joseph Kanter in a two-piece
" se print silk, her hat sportiny
petals Mrs. Florence Kup-
perman in a silk black mohair two-
inc. dress with hand-painted
cweled designs on the blouse .
Mr- Grace Lane in a green wool
Miit brocaded in Hold, the suit be-
ing made in France, while her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Leonard
! ane, chose an Oleg Cassini one-
piece off-white knit banded in red.
Mrs Harold Cruder chose a
three-pieca blue knit with pink flo-
ors knitted into it. the entire en-
ble highlighted by turquoise
' Irj Mrs. Arthur Burrell in
turquoise and white out lit fca-
turing a lined jacket with scarf
dlar Sitting v ith Mrs Bur
ilrs ( harh Green ::. a beige
hinesc -ilk -lit .-heath and hand-
knit i' eater Mr-. Harold
Si he< hi renting her n d hair
Mill green a iveiry and accessories,
on a two pii i' lire knit -mi .
Mr- Vlargaret Newman Stern in
a Rivera V Mojena pure -ilk pale
[itnee green die-- with a -mall
locket straight and fitted at the
h;p- Her !>. I featuring flowered
petals "i pale beige, green, and
i range \ 'ov 11) combination as
-I,, presented ORT's Jennie Award
ti. Rivera Y M a na
Pioneer Women
Culminate Drive
Greater Miami Council oi Pio-
iici ; V, omen will culminate Hie or-
anization's citywide membership
drive a; a dessi rl coffee "'i Thurs-
Feb. 15, at the Algiers
hotel.
Mrs Milton Green, president,
- -i Mi.'.; tie \ membi r- i nrolling
will he gues'S of the Council.
They will he inducted an I award-
ed silver pins. Israeli champagne
v, ill he served at the function. Spe-
cial leati re ol the program will be
II i presentation oi a three-day
i ruise !.; Nassau in I he woman who
!'..- enn lied the mo-t mi mbers.
R< I-: hi. i i Pioneer Wom-
en, .' ill h ild an i ineg Shabbal on
ui -;.;. ,i hi hon ol Mrs Isaac
1 ilfenhenden. pri sident, 895 8o;h
st., at : .;o p m
Mrs. Harry Vani-h. cultural
chairman, will arrange a panel dis-
cussion on "Problems Facing
\merican Jewish Youth."
Jewish Music Mouth will also he
highlighted with appropriate en-
ii rtainment under the chairman
-hi)i ni Mr-. Esther Weinstein.
Beba Idelson Club was 'o hold
i regular monthly meeting Thurs-
day, 1 p in at Washington Federal
Savings and Loan Assn Normandy
Isle Branch.
Ka limah chapter. Pioneer Worn-
ii. II hear Cantor William Lip-
son discuss "The Whys and Where-
.on ol Jewish Music" in honor
if Jewish Music Month at a reg-
ular meeting Thursda> evening.
I '. b 8, at M'ami Hebrew Congre-
gation, inn SW 12th ave. Cantor
Lipson i- cantor at Beth David
Congregation.
Jewish Home for Aged Life Member
Pete Brings Out Fashions in Force
The w..rmth and ft ndln
ays evidenci al meetings ol
lhi Gn ater Miami Wi
ar} ... lewish Home for the
\_, i n ere quite \ isible at the life
i-hip luncheon last Thurs-
l iers hotel given by
Mrs Faye \blin and Libb>
Sam l Host Faye won a gold col-
,.,. ,i : c ii' ti raw silk dress made
in Thailand. Libby was a study in
browns in a Christian Dior two
I '.i < e print.
The luncheon was in honor ol
Byrtha I Mr-. David Phillips, who
looked lovely in gold and white
brocade from her shoes to her
white and gold hat. Baron de
llirsch Meyer, in a well-tailored
rev -int. and the inevitable while
carnation, gave the inspiring trib-
ute.
Some note- on the culf. recall
these women and their ensembles:
Molly iMr- Sol) Silverman in an
ink candy-.-:nped shirt maker and
sweater.
Shan (Mrs. Lawrence) Silver
man president of the Auxiliary,
charming in black crepe with grey
satin appliques of roses and leaves.
Mrs Leo Gelvan in a two-piece
black shantung suit with precisely
the Tight" effect
Mr- Gladys u>n"* Menenstern
in a biege linen suit that went well
with her dark red hair.
Mrs Louis Makovsky in a muted
I" ml and .. turquoise hat.
Mrs. Jacob Arvej in a three-piece
p:nk knit suit.
Mrs Mun aj Shaw in a pink and
print, with lov I) pearls.
Mrs. Morns l.itt in a brilliant
o-pii ei semble ol green -ilk
he brough: back from Hon- Kong.
Mrs William Bergi r. also m a
Hong Kohl: outfit, featuring a ce-
rt i one-piece silk.
Mrs. Carl Weinkle in a two-shade
pink dress and an embroidered
sweater,
Mrs Sam Blank chose a two
piece pleated yellow dress.
Mrs. Jacob Mindlin in black, her
sweater featuring a touch ol deli-
cnte lace at the collar and culfs.
Mrs. Philip Isaacs in a yellow out-
fit bougbi in Paris, the white bolero
-weater most iinu.-ual.
Mrs. Jacob Rabinovitz in beige.
reacting with Joj to the Yiddish
lullabv sung during the program.
Mrs. Harold Levy in a blue shirt-
maker with Striking coral jewelry.
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To Review Books
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom. will
present a series of book reviews
under the sponsorship oi the Sis-
terhood.
The first, a review ol "To Kill a
Mocking Bird." by Harper Lee.
will he held Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.
The following reviews will be pre-
sented Tuesday Mar. 6. and Apr. 3.
..; 12:30 p m .m\ on Tuesday. May
I, a 8:15 p.m.
be reviewed are "A Na
. sheep."' bj William Lederer;
, ,.,.,.- by Paddy Chayefsky;
- vjjia is bj Leon Uris; and "The
Hersey.
. Robbins is chair-
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Friday, February 2,
1962
lure for the new Cedars of Lei
who attendee
theDupont
is to omplete the tourtn tiooi
Mesdames Stcnley Margoshes,
.:.-- : :
Arcnovitz Heart Pavilion.
Mo^jan j | d Lotterman, Georce Soule end Julius Spec-
tor* dip brushes in the palette oi Michael Piaggi. local artist
who designed the "Tree o! Life" memorial.
Roosevelt Temple Birthday
Lobby Shop
Doing Well
Mrs. Morris Blau. who heads :he
Cedars of Li-banon Hospital Lobby
ihop. announced that ilie first lew
nonihs of cift shop onera'io:
proven "most gratifying."
Mrs. Frank Cole is co-chairman
Roosevelt Temple since January, of the shop, and Mrs Robert tt>r
ner is In charge of volunteers In-
Roosevelt Temple 33. Pythian Sis-
ters, celebrated its 12th birthday
on Wednesday evening at Pythian
Hall Entertainment chairman.
Mrs. Belle Raskin, and the Roose-
velt Temple Players presented a
Pkit. Highlight of the evening was
a "salute" W all past chiefs of
Youngsters Aid
Denver Hospital
T, ... I '.: imi girls have
i) ; i :v '"l na
.,. s mgest -:< up of cancer
Ti, .., vbl Bendell. 7240 s\\
125th'si ''<""> Kta"p- 725S
SW 125th si president of the
Coral Chaotcr Juniors, which is
ledicated. to Raising funds for the
ree non sectarian American Med-
ical Center at Denver The mem-
bers >i th( group nging in ages
from 6 lo 1< re co imi.....
donating 5 ceris i i k I the 57-
year-old Denvi ton.
p irents of t of the ch
in Ybbe"s '
Iferers
[rcm all i
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i .. seven
, \. .. i ,\ i in< il of Auxil-
ch i e thai
n en aid the hospital.
An i can Medical Centi r
. its cancer i :'^" arc
n a m nt program to the chest
lisease service eight years ago
Federal -rants totaling more than
$50,000 have aided the program el
>asic cancer research. The pro-
jam is headed by Dr. Robert A
Huseby.
Over the years 97 patients from
Florida have received care a, the
\niencan Medical Center in Dm
Sbbe B-del! (third from left-. 9, one of the founders and Ureas-
ySCe Juniors turns over money raised by
^e unt* ne members, all under 10. to M
: sident of Coral Chapter S the J ***
front left lo right are
Plaks. 7-2. Abbe, Penr.j Kfare. 9.
man 3t.
of the
iver.
Donna Schafl
. row are Eilene Glaubman. 9, Mrs- Max
. National Council of Aux...'-..es
American Medical Center ct Denver.
Mrs. Grundwerg To be Honored
Ami Gilad,
1950.
Members Model
Wigs and Furs
Alpha Omega Women's Auxili-
ary, national dental auxiliary, will
have a luncheon and fashion show
Tuesday noon at the Seville hotel.
Program \ ill feature modern wig
by Jerry Evans and the
latest in furs from Mr Herman
led by members of the organi-
. ation,
lerior decoration and display are
under the supervision of Mrs. Ben
Novaek. Mrs. Dorothy Aronovrz
is treasurer, and Mrs. Sam Luby,
sr.. is assi.-tant treasurer.
Recent additions to the stock in-
ihide glass bowls and ash trays
from Denmark and Sweden. Italian
silk wallets decorated with accu-
rate reproductions of French mi-
r< sionist paintings, a n d hand-
made >i!k slippers, trimmed with
sequins and genuine baby pearls.
Proceeds from the Lobby Shop
are used to beautify the hospital.
- Blau reported. Next alloca-
Country Club
Officially Open
VV -tbrooke Country t. luh. the firsl
all family club in the South, has
officially opened.
The club, at 8500 on :he Trail, is
a recreation aid social faci'it'
with membership on an annual
basis
Its facilities include the li
swimming pool e'er built in Flor-
ida, and the first with five AATJ
courses in a single pool; chami
ship handball and tennis coir.:.
Mrs Pauline Grundwerg will be
elcomed back from a six-month now
.our to Israel at the next general
meeting of Hebrew Academy Wom-
en on Wednesday noon at Wald-
man's hotel, according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs. Joseph Sha-
piro, president.
During her stay in Israel. Mrs.
Grundwerg visited the- many Miz-
rachj children's village:- and set-
tlements, as well as Hadassah in-
stitutions and projects. She will
{.ive a short report on her experi-
ences.
One of the founders and a trustee
of Hebrew Academy Women. Mrs.
Grundwerg has donated the He-
brew library to the new Hebrew
Academy in memory < f her hus-
band. Samuel M. Grundwerg.
She is currently preMdent of the
Beach chapter of Mizrachi anil a
loard member of Hadassah and
Beth Israel Congregation.
i ecordionist
with Shoshanah Da-
man at the Cafe Exi dus, w -i pre-
sent musical selectii i s.
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limbo Dancers Due
On Saturday, Mar. 10. the Abe
Horrowitz Post and Auxiliary. Jew-
ish War Veterans, will pre>ent
Sweet Richard and Princess Kitty,
Kina and queen of the limbo, at the
Unified bldg. Dancing will follow
he show. In charge of tickets are
Alton Zueker. Danny Abramowilz
and Ruth Daum.
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Fridcy. February 2. 1962
vJewisii HorikMaun
Page 5-B
Hadassah to Send Medical Teams
\ | ; YOP K (JTA) The two-
(Iaj [ada !an mid-w nter confer-
,.,li; ;i i y 200 Uaders of
Ihi :aii" concluded its S8S
ki(u ..r: an a mouncement
i'- .'i <*te lical Oiii'wi-
zati'.r. n Israel wi.l vend special
I,,,, nl to African coun-
I,,,.. ne disease to meel
p, blii dealt i there
| !,-). .':ii w as ma >i '>
I>i- : :;. Mann, d reel ir .
, f i '. i al organization.
I i ; i- resutl of the sur-
vij i. in Ta Runyika
K an I dopia carried oul
laM 3nt i Prof. I. C. Michel
1 i! i !asah Medical Or
_,- i special teams o
mo are now being
for special missions to
Tanganyika a-id Ethiopia. Dr.
also a-." meed that an eye
i v be established ir
Tan i '>:- i >~ : linos similar tc
rea *iated at Monrovia.
Liber a which staffed by a Ha-
da.i:. team
I Ethicrj i Dr. Mann said, a
spei lI pro -1 for the treat men'
o! c lisea and for research in
the treatn.....I of trachoma will be
I ed. i I Ha 'assah team
will leave for Addis Ababa shortly
in inaugurate and supervise the
under:r.king tie added that physi-
cian? and nurses from Tanganyika
and i biopia will be accepted for
specu I tr.i rung within the frame-
\ the Kadassah Medical Or-
..-a lion it, Israel. This, he noted.
will w in infd tton to "on-the-spot
training" medical personnel will
be receiving in their respective
countries from Hadassah teams'
i .s g.-.e.i to special missions there.
Jr Mann aiso disclosed '.hat Dr.
dichaol Da vies, of Hada-Mh'-s- De-
artraent of Preventive Medicine
ygiene, was named coordin-1
I medical services in Liberia.1
Dr. Mann reported that 17 stu-
Itl from nine Atro-Asian coun-
tries have begun me:.ical studies at
he Hebrew University-Hadassah
Medical School The men and one
woman ranging in age from 18 to
!4 J ..;;come from Rhodesia,
Liberia, Sierre Leone. Ethiopia.
Kenya, Basutoland, Tanganyika.
Nigeria and Nepal
Mrs. Nathan D. Permian, nation-
al chairman of the Hadassah Medi-
cal Organization Committee in the
United States, told the conference
that Hadassah scientists have been '
awarded within two months special'
research grants totaling 8231.800
from the United States National
Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Md.,
and the Leukemia Research Foun-
dation. Chicago, III. She said the
largest grant, S150.000. was given j
by the National Institutes of Health
o Dr. J. J. Groen. head of Hadas-
sah's Department of Internal Medi-
cine and Professor of Medicine at
the Hebrew I niver.-ity-Hadassah
Medical School, and Dr. Fritz Drey-
fus, chief physician ol the depart-
ment and associate professor of
medicine at the medical school.
A group of 175 leaders of Hadas-
.-a!) left Monday night by plane lor
Israel to inaugurate a series of
eventsrunning through 1962to
celebrate the 50th anniversary of
the founding of Hada-sah. The
Hadassah Golden Jubilee Mission
to Israel is being headed by Mrs.
Samuel W. Halprin. former nation-
al president of Hadassah. who is
also national chairman of Hada>-
sah's 50th anniversary committee.
The Mission will return to the Uni-
ted States Feb. 8.
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National Council Divisions Schedule
Monthly Meetings Here Next Wednesday
Nine divisions of the Greater
Miami Section. National Council of
U- sh Women, will hold their reg-
ilui monthh meetings next Wed
ne.d.iy, according to an arnounce-
menl by Mrs. Sidncj Lewis, pres-
ident.
Sunset and Biscayn- Divisions
will hold a joint meeting at the
Pythian Lodge, 4601 W. Flagler
st.. at noon. A coffee and social
hour will precede the meeting.
Mrs Irving Gcltman will pre-
set an original music drama.
Nave that ^
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Banquet, or W
Special Occasion ^
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facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
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HAZEL ALLISON
CATERING D'RECTO*
JE 1-606!
aratt* a coiiine *.

"Die Bobbe*s Nigun" ("Grand-
r.iother's Melody") in celebration
of Jewish Music Month. The Sun
set Thespians, accompanied by
Mrs. Harold Retskin at the piano,
will interpret Jewish melody from
Siblical days to the present.
i'
Bay Division will feature the
"Braille Story" at a meeting at
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Assn.. 1!J3 Normandy dr.. at
12:30 p.m.
Indian Creek Division wi'l meel
at the Algiers hotel at neon. "Coun-
cil Looks at the World Pictur;"
will be the subject for discussion.
* *
Islands Division will present "A
Musical Surprise" at the home ol
Mrs. Ljonard Miller. 227 E. Rivo
Alto dr.. at 1 o.m.
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Lincoln Division will meet at the
Sea Gull hotel at 12.30 p.m. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin will be guest spiaker.
Shores Division "ill hear Dr.
Walter Manning, professor of edu-
cation at tiie University of Miami,
speak on The Truth About Our
Schools The meeting will be call-
ed to order at Westview Country
Club at 1 p.m.
Seuth Dade, Council's ncwesl
division, will have a program en-
titled. "Buzzing i- our Business
.lev ish EducationWhal is Your
View?" The meeting will take
place ai 9:30 a.m., at the home ol
Mrs. .lack Schenkman, 6605 SW
I09;b st.
Evening Division v. ill have a
"Tupper-Ware" party following
their meeting at Toby's cafeteria,
SW 8th st, and 27th ave.. ai 730
p.m.
.
Congratulating student nurse. Sheila Dolan, at Thursday
night's "Capping Service" at Mt. Sinai Hospital is executive
director, Samuel Gertner, while looking on (left to right) are
school director, Mrs. Roberta Holloway; Mt. Sinai's Auxiliary
representative to the School of Practical Nursing. Mrs. Philip
Lefkowitz; director of nursing, Mrs. Carmen Ross; and Dr. Mil-
ton E. Lesser, chairman of the nursing committee for the hos-
pital's medico 1 staff.
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IllorlonTji
orlon outers
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Each Friday evening, the traditional Sabbath
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-- r^mjo'ic atmosn^ere of the Morton i^
's overlookina Biscavne Bav. You,
" fai, and friends wiM enjov thr
: of s*'o'linci violins in this most
fyl of >^'tings. Israeli win<= will be
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Gustafson Joins
Camp Staff
Coach Andy Gustafson has join-
ed Camp Universe as advisory
athletic director for the summu
of IS62.
His staff will include George
Mira and Eddie Johns, and the
Will all be introduced at the Camp
' Universe reunion to be held Sun-
day. 2 to 5 p.m.. at the Municipal
Auditorium. Biscayne blvd. ami
5th st.
Situated on 110 wooded acres on
.i three-mile lake at Oxfuid. Fla..
Camp Universe enrolls a maxi-
mum ol 200 boys and yirls, and
features horseback riding, swim-
ming, water skiing, sailing and all
varsity athletics.
The cultural curriculum includes
arts and crafts, dramrtics, and
chai iii a id modeling All acth
lies are closel) supervised
planned bj a leader experienced
in the field,
Camp's winter office is al 1900
SW 3rd ave
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Luncheons. Teas. Receptions, Banquets, Parties,
Dinners from 20 to 2000 catered in the
manner of The Diplomat an unhurried.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
Eleanor Roosevell chapter ol
U'nai B'rilh Women will hold a
smorgasbord dinner dance at the
Disabled American Veterans Club.
3300 Okeechobee rd.. Hialeah, on
Saturday evening,
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Friday, February 2, 1%2
Paae 6 B
gr^^hlight Uef M Program
Pre
Serge Prokofievs Concerto No.
a the p.ano. n^lhfit
- ens Symphon; No are th. ia
ured works I 5en'ed ;"'
SSd and Monday by t* Ln-
S n
sevitzk) conduct
versity ol
chestra. F
Ing
I, in the symphony
series ot ( : '
inda>
or lies-
al Mi
Ira's winter
l |... rai are
ami Beach \
at Dade Coun y An il
Graffman replaces pianist
Jacque; Klein, who has canceled
his entire U.S. tour because of
illness in his family. Graffman
first appeared with the UM Svm-
phony last year at the season's
opening pair of concerts.
Yvelte Mimieux, Olivia de Havilland and Rossano Brazzi in
a scene from "Light in the Piazza," based on Elizabeth Spen-
cer's prize-winning novel. George Hamilton plays a young
Italian infatuated with Yvette in the moving love story. Filmed
in Cinemascope and color on location in Florence and Rome,
it opens at Wometco's Carib,
and Essex Theatres on Friday.
Miami, Miracle, 163rd Street,
Young Musicians To be Heard
Charles Reskin and Diane Clem
have been selected as the two out-
standing instrumentalists in an au-
dition conducted to present unus-
ual youthful talent to the communi-
ty through the annual Jewish Mu-
sk Festival, which is scheduled for
Si ndaj night, Feb. 18. at Temple
Israel
Sponsored by the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center, with
the cooperation of the Cantors
Assn.. the annual Festival will ot-
ic, a variety ol vocal, instrument-
al and dance performers in a pro-
Young Mezzo
Sings Wednesday
(Justa\ .Mahler's song cycle.
"Licder eines fahrenden Gesellen"
will he th" maior work performed
:il a recital next
Wednesday e v e-
ling, Feb, 7. at
I w hite Temple
\ud norm in by
Natasha Feinman
Cimmell, young
[Miami mezzo-
oprano.
Also to be per-
ormed as part ol
er program are
' wo Handel arias,
mm. Ri/nmcLi 'Ombra mai fu"
from Xerxes." and "Si, tra i ceppi"
from "Berenice."
In addition. Mrs Kimmell will
offer "Dido's Lament" from "Dido
and Aeneas." b\ Purcell,
In a French grouping, she will
sing works by Duparc and Chaus-
son and m ii salute to Miami's
own Jacques Wolfe, she will sing
the noted "Shortnin' Bread" com-
poser's "Annabel Li e "
The concert will close with the
aria, (i don lalalc" from Verdi's
0|M i a, Dun Carlo."
gram of Jewish music ol "he past
and present.
Charles, u ho resides at 7017 Trou-
ville Esplanade. Normandy Isle,
will perform his own composition.
"Suite Aliyah." on the trumpet. He
will be accompanied at the piano
by his mother. Joan Field, interna-
tionally-known violinist. He is
si tidying to become a conductor,
and has already had orchestral ex-
perience with the All-Miami Youth
Symphony, the Miami Beach Civic
Orchestra, and Transylvania Sym-
phony. Fifteen years old. Charles
is a tenth grade student at Nor-
mandy Preparatory School.
Diane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hilliard Clem. 7780 SW 19th St., will
perform several compositions on
flute. She has studied lor the past
five years with Robert Parent, and
is now taking lessons from Eugene
Johnson, first flutist with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra. She has performed in
the All-Miami Youth Symphony Or-
chestra, and was accepted into the
Modern Music Masters, national
honor society. She is presently
first solo flute and piccolo in the
Southwest High School concert
bund and concert orchestra, and a
section leader in t h e marching
band. Age 16. she is in the eleventh
grade.
CHARLES
DIANl
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
FABIEN SEVITZKY, Conductor
SUNDAY, FEB. 4, MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM, 8:30 PM
MONDAY, FEB. 5, DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, 830 PM
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Conductor Sevltzky will open the
ram with an American com-
position. Henry Hadley's Over-
ii-i In Bohemia.'" premiered in
1902 with the Pittsburgh Symphony
under Victor Herbert
Pianist Graffman will be remem-
r-rcd bj Miamians lor his perform-
ance ol the Rachmaninofl Piano
11 nci ;" No with the i M Sym
phon> last year. One ot the most
. traveli d artists on the con-
cert stage today, Graffman I is la
I he pasl five years nude seven
;; ropean tours, two South Vmert-
can tours, and one marathon round-
Ihe-world lour.
by
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Rabbi Max Lipschitz, spiritual
Ii ader ol Beth Torah Congn
discussed "Need for 11
Awakening in the State ol Israel"
;it a mee'ing t the Miami Beach
Zionist Luncheon Club on Vt
day al the Kit? Plaza hotel. Dr.
Abraham Wolfson discussed cur-
rent events, and Jacob c. Fishmaa
led the community singing ;
Malek was chairman.



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of the Verdi favorite at Dade
County Auditorium on Feb.
12 and Miami Beach Audi-
torium on Feb. 14.
Variety Club
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Variety Clubs "Show ol Shows
lo benefit Variety Children's Hos-
pital, will be held al the Miami
Beach Auditorium on Thursdaj
Feb 8
Co-chairmen are Victor Levine,
ol Variety Tent 33. and Harold
Gardner, public relation!! director
ol the Fontainebleau hotel
Music will be under the direction
of Arne Barnetl and his orchestra.
Among those invited to appeal are
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Budd) Hackett. Menasha Skulnik.
Leo Fuchs, Milton Berle, Joe E
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and Xa\ ier Cugal
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Charles LaCombe. Carillon: .lack
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1962
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Mrs, Czech io be Honored on Birthday;
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.'- .- p")' library, audltori -
t : S25C 000, and to ) \ th
-'. ccecnf ont. Lsit t:> :iqht are Metro C
H M iss Mansfield, Mayci living Shulman, Town
: :ick M. Bowen, Suifside Councilman Lou:s
-, end Metro Commissioner Haiold Spael
u 9 -', v j
ug the newly-installed
rs c! the Savings and
I ubl : Relations Se-
al South Florida at a
leetinq here are
H. Fahringer (left),
0 federal Savings and
i A treasurer of the
'. end Margaret E.
Leckie, of Miami Beach Fed-
i the society's new exec-
1 letarv.
'Horn' to Follow
Mevtcsha Skulnik
At Pievhouse
a
w ith Mm;
i<) h>s fiiii "Un
[I Willie' ..: drove
1 !a> hou h a Y
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the openii : i F<
:i Broadw; nj. I running
coined\. I Youi Horn
Markii hi fi I I u Play-
-, pla> ;h;it is
s'lll Broadv a> loca 1
ihea' re fjoers will be n ning an
. ven greati r s'ar studdi d produc-
tion \ .i duo of hi. s wi iRht
Mars, l.i o Fn I and Dick Shawn
A favorite of Ihe Yiddish-Ameri-
can stage for the pas: ?5 years,
Fochs will play the role of the
father, while Shawn will step in-
to the shoe- cf Broadway's Hal
March as the p'ayboy son. Shawn,
one of the nation s top night club
entertainers, recently cowered
himseif vv:h persona! glory in
the Broadway play. "The Egg."
Directed by Elli Gei er, support-
ins roles will be played by Marcia
Ltvant and Henrietta Jacobson
Mis? Levant is 'he daughter of
[i mi pianist conductor. Oscar Le-
vant, while Miss Jacobson is well
known for her stellar performances
-.'ih Molly Picon and Aaron Lebe-
dofl
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Mrs ... !i, ,',\c In na-
local i ic and r< ligious
ral ons be h n n d on
i i r 86th birthdaj bj the Hebrew
:. di mj V\ i i lor h r out-
ar.d teworthy c mtnbu-
hi lewis"! ca nmuniiy,
..: be held
Moi da>. F> b 12. l p.m., at the
icacli new school building,
; i : m Ti di ivhich tune
hi Hi n \.. demy Women
< f D lector*
. has I
'f w .-el y Mrs. i
[ro.sen.ch urman.
. I i, co-
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h liding i aigi
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duc-tod Rabbi
rin< ipal, will
of thi new
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led y lei ders and
\li i have been
Ii -; ti attend I r birthday par-
Mrs Czech ;: i n fi r hi r ai
r Israel. ('om
\ii Sinai
Fond and
i and ] anizations
Mrs .' e and Mrs.
Ih.rrj M i ii charge
h .. i ii tollowing
mei i he arrangemi ts
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Mesdi rger. Zvi Bi r \
A...... Jerome
in, Edna
Louis \
Bunim, Louis Ciment, Sheldon
.... Albert Furs
G -.. i. Jai k Gerson, Alexan-
S Gross, Henry Groudan, Sue
Herinon. Jacob Katz, Frieda Koch,
Hy Lieheiman. Rose Lobel. Louis
Merwitzer, Samuel Reirthard, Leon-
lias Rosenstein, Sam-
Sidney Rubinow itz, \a-
han Spiegelman, Abraham Stein-
berg. Matthew Zuckerman, Samuel
' hen, Charles Charcowsky, Hy-
an B< rnian, Fanny Sklar, A. Sny
ler
Nil-.Hi. world's foremost dramatic soprani
brflUanee to Puccini's bauuliugly beautiful
' i.i. Ibis will be one of the most exciting
!' rformaaoai of tbc Miami opera season.
Flaviano Labo-Cuior/w mmt of u Scaia vdfrin / UUmi-u J^
Eva LikOVa /n/rrnuf...nn> /amoui nprane-Nto York City Center A.'yj'
'd by Willmm WIUtrmUM and ..(Tier uuUlanJing ptrforntn l(>zi;
J Mi lA. >lrui>p,Juan and thr HfW Yi'tk City Ctrtlrr.
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Neuberger, Reich
Exchange Vows
Friday, Febiuary 2, 1962
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Natalie (Mrs William) Lindner
Tree grew.
In that capacity. ;.nd bi"
row up m Brooklyn, where the
Samuel Bcrgson. was vice president of a bank.
ause he was also a linguist and foreign affairs
starting banking branches.
SaS! honeymoon desti
,-.. ,i Dr and Mrs. Frank w
SSrSr The termer Bonn.e
EHcr Reich, dauahter of Mr and
Mrs. Bernard Reich. 640 85th t.,
became lh, bride of DrNeuberge.
;,t the Barcelona hotel on Sunday.
Jan. 28.
The bridegroom is the son ol Mi
and Mrs. Max Neuberger. oi
Orange. XJ. Rabbi Ely E. PH-
Chick, ot Newark. N.I. OfllCI ted
,,, Hie 6 o'clock ceremony. which
was followed b> a reception.
The bridal gown was a white,
full-skirted pe u d- -o:.....i-h "
coned chan'illy lac< bodice, ion,'
rleeves and train ol reembroidcred
seed pearls. The bn; e carried a
hi e Bible and white orchids.
.Till Ann Reich, sister ol the
bride, was maid ol honor. Mrs.
Leonere Neuberger. ma'ron ol hon-
or, and Marj Myerson. bridesmaid.
Dr. Richard M Neuberger served
his brother a- best man, and Rob-
ert Hannoch and David Schuster
were ushers
The new Mrs. Neuberger gradu-
ated from Miami Beach High and
atlended the University ol Florida
Her husband is a graduate of
Orange High in New Jersey. Co-
lumbia University, and State Uni-
versity of New York Medical Col-
lege at Syracuse. He is now a resi-
dent physician in pediatrics at
Sinai Hospital. Baltimore. Md. His
New address for the- young couple
will be 6109 Alameda, Baltimore.
Md.
expert, he used to travel all over Europe.
w 01 h"r di.vs as a teen-ager in Bucharest, ku
mama Natalie has wondertul memories. The
whole family, including her brother and sis-
ter Darticipated in the Rumanian way of life.
.\> an American. Natalie was much feted.
Everyone took art courses at school, but Nata-
liein fad, every boy in her class was an art-
ist except lor one. and he was a model.
Back in the State'. Natalie graduated from
hi"h school with her regular class. She then
lived in Boston lor eight years. One day. she
set olf for Tahiti. Stopping in Miami to say
h-llo md goodbye to her family, she was
caught here when World War II broke out. and
had to stav. She worked in censorship, since
k| ^V T*T/ 5he herself" was proficient in Portuguese. Span-
|\ ^M f jh and French, and kept reading aboul these
intriguing countries until she finally decided to
NATALfE ,, t0" Botoga. Colombia.
There, began her first mterest in painting-an Open Sesame to the fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau.
world of zr\. held over Irom her school days in Bucharest.
The Lindners love to travel, and .-pent a year recently in Europe.
When they returned, ih-v proceeded at once to cover all of South Ameri-
ca Then came two mrnths in Mexico. Now. Natalie has an idea that
she wants to go to Hong Kong. The Lindners share much together-love
of travel, music, tennis. Whit they do not share is Bill's pride in his
wile's artistic ability.
It was only a few years -"go that Natalie went to Pentland. No. C,
where -he was introduced to clay a.- a medium. Now. she has her own
studio Natalie has won Honorable Mention with her ceramic pieces in
the Member Ceramic League shows and the Design Derby. Several of
her pieces are currently on national tour. She is present president of
the Ceramic League, and recently acted a- co-chairman of the Crafts-
man State Show ?.l the Lowe Gallery.
Newspapers riie up in the Lindner home except for the arts and
crafts magazines. Time hurries by Maybe. Natalie will find the means
of adding more hour- to the day. And. if she cares to help out the rest
ci us. she'll be te'ling us all about it.
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NO BRUNCH
It was luncheon his time lor the five Dalkins a! the Algiers hotel.
There was Grandma Janet. Joel and Sandra Dalkm. and their two little
boys, Alan and Erucc. They s'arted at the beginning of the alphabet.
Fifty-six friends cl Leon and Alyce Ell gathered to say hello to the Ells'
pride and joy. daughter Sandra and her family. It was a pleasant way to
spend a Sunday rlternoon; some talked, some played cards, but every-
one looked up at three o'clock when the children were brought in to say
hello, looking like ia-h:on platen in their suits of blue and gray. Among
the guests were Mr. and Mrs Martin Feldnian, Mr. and Mrs. David Pol-
lack. Mr. and Mrs. Miliord Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wolfe, Mr
and Mrs. Hank Brody. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Saltman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Spero. Mr. and Mrs. B>ll Yanowitz, Judge and Mrs. Harry Greenberg.
and the tour Kan-.
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BON VIVANT
This means '"Happy Livers," pnd that was just what was happening
at the Carnllon hrtel the night thft the Men (they're a travel groupi had
their very gay annual affair to which they invite their wives. It all
seemed just like Paris. Hal and Florie Wintershe was wearing a lovely
blonde wigAarn and Myra Fair, the Saul Cohens, the David Levin-
sons, the Yale Leavys, 'he Jack Lows, the Harry Chaisens, and Chuck
Goldberg were among the happy throng.
W ,-l n< I k.,h:
MRS. ff/ChMD TOUNG
M$. fRANK NMNMM
Miss Tepper Now Mrs. Young
Ivorj peau de soie was the choice
LOOKED INTERESTING
That was quite a group having lunch at the Ml. Sinai Snack Bar.
They were much too or grossed in listening to Dr. J. Gershon-Cohen tell Aruba and Montego Bay. following
VViTiii r-Kulin
MRS. DAVID KUNSTLER
Miss Sarasohn
Wears Brocade
Mr. and Mr-. David Bruce
Kunstler are visiting San Juan.
how he got started in research work to even notice the wonderful banana
cream pie. Some of [he listeners were Samuel Gertner. David Phillips.
Mrs. Milton Linn, Mrs. Abe Schonfeld and Mrs. Micky Kraus. Seems to
me some of them aie !:'lkers. too.
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A TENT! A TENT!
oi Eve Carol Tepper lor her mar-
, gi to Richard Ivan Young on
Sunday. Jan 28. at the Seville ho-
lei
Rabbi Norman Shapiro officiated
a) ihc 6 30 p m ceremony, which
was folli wed b) a reception at the
hotel \t er a hone} moon in the
Bahama Islands, I h e newlyweds
will live in Miami
Daughter ol Mr and Mrs. Mor-
n- Tepper, 4230 SW 15th st., the
Ik w iniiii > ., graduate ol Miami
High, and attends the Universitj
of Miami, where -he- i- a member
ol the education council.
Maid ol honor to the new Mr-.
Young was .lean Tepper. and Sheila
Young and Ruth Katz were brides-
maids
The bridi groom's parents are
Mi an i Mrs Elmer Young, 1940
Judith Jacobs'
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs Ben Jacobs. 964
sw mth -t.. announce the engage-
men! ol Iheir daughter, Judith
Sue. to Franklin D Kreutzer, son
ol Mrs Elsa Kreutzer, 1201 SW
nth -t and Ihe late Ems! Keutzer
* junior at thi L'niversilj of Mi-
ami, the future bride is a gradu-
ate ol Miami Senior High, she
was .: men ber ol Debs, BBG, As-
sociated Women Student-, and the
Florida Education Assn, she
teaches al Temple Zion religious
school
Her nance has a BBA degree
from the Universitj of Miami, and
is a member ol Omicron Delta
' i, men's national honorary so-
eiet} He attended i \| graduate
'' I on a ti., hing assistantship,
completing hi- thesis re-
quirement for an MA in Govern
SW 32nd ct. An alumnus ol Mi-
ami High, lie is attending the Uni-
versity of Miami, ai bel -..:- to
Delta Sigma Pi. business fraterni-
ty
Serving as best n-ar. was N irman
Young, and ushers were Henry
Dubbs, Irving Gordon, and Ronnie
Pomerantz.
Neal Sarasohn. :i2Go Riviera dr.
Coral Gables, ami is ;, graduate oi
the University ol Miami. Her hus-
band ii the son of Mrs. William
Kunstler, and is an alumnus ol
Brown University.
The new Mrs Kunstler wore
Lee and Eleanor Howard celebrated their twenty-iifth anniversary
b) having a lovely party. The cake was absolutely gorgeous lour
tiered in pink and white with all oi the proper decorations, good wishes
and silver bells. Most of the "Guys and Dolls" of Surfside were very
much in evidence, also the Bowlers and Golfers. Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Lcibowilz. Eleanor's mother nnri lather, had just celebrated their own
fifty-fourth anniversary. Lee and his son took turns "Twisting" with
ihe guests: they're both good. Among the guests were Mayor and Mrs. intermezzo-length brocadebrida'
Irving Schulman, of Surfside, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwartz. Mr. and gown with scooped neckline li-e,
Mrs. Bert Wilkolf. Dr. and Mrs. Clayton Fein, and Dr. and Mrs. Nelson torso bodice, and three-quarter
Z,VI,Z lenglh sleeves. The panniered skirt
* *as w>rn over a full crinoline, and
TWO RINGERS the ensemble was completed with
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fir-her go) the gang together a. the Mediterranean v.hich"Tell ^^nS^l"!
Iheir noon wedding Sunday. Jan
28. at t h e Duponi Plaza hotel.
where a reception and luncheon
was held after the ceremony. Rabbi ment'
Morton Podet officiated, "' ls also errolled in the cm
The new bride is the former Carol law school, and serves as principal
Lynn Sarasohn. daughter oi Mrs of'he Saturday and Sundaj schools
Ol Temple /
No date has been sel [or Ihe wed-
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Sponsored by the National Child-
. Cardiac Hospital, the
Gra ri ballroom ol the Fontaine-
yean hotel a the scene ol the
al'j firs! annual Coronation
g;,il las' Saturday. Pomp and
iin> marked the event, hut
.- ,w>cly limited to permit
thi almost 1.000 persons attending
ample time to enjoy the show and
, 1 ing.
Gues;s were welcomed by Rich-
;.nl 1 Berenson, chairman ol the
For this occasion. Mrs.
son wore a full-length black
chilfon sheath. A chiffon pannier
ias draped across the neckline
, [orn a draped bateau, and each
itcd nee over a low-cut
alt iced back.
Mr> Milton Drcytus chose a
beaiitilul -hade of canary yellow
(hiffon. Her sheath was reem-
li red in a matching color
iridescent paillettes, with the ba-
It-au neckline in front dipping to
a \ decolletage In back. Mint
silk taffeta was worn by
M Louis I'okress. Appliqurd
\'iili reembroidered aleneon lace.
... draped slightly over the
: r- lo .1 v-ide pannier which
inued 10 the hemline in back
Blai peau de sole, with con-
i lullness in the skirt was
ici ol Mrs. Marvin Bloom.
A sell-fabric rose was at her
waist. A brocade red *atin sheath
with matching ghees was worn by
Mrs. Jerome Weinkle; while Mrs.
Mclvin Wrinkle's choice was a
gold satin brocade.
Wife ol the chairman ol the
ball. Mrs. George Coury, wore a
floor-length lormal -heath Irides-
cent blue and gold created her
silk brocade, which had its own
matching stole, and she complet-
ed her ensemble with sheer gold
llame evening gloves. Cochair-
man. Bob Rubinstein, escorted
Mrs. Klyse Gladstone, who chose
a lull-length black silk crepe.
White chiffon was draped over
the bodice and continued in the
back fc) floor-length panniers.
|u|RS. Norman Emitter's gown
"* was in emerald green with
an iridescent blue brocade wov-
en into the fabric. Narrow -holder
straps of rhinestones, and con-
trolled fullness in the skirt, were
topped with a lull-length match-
ing theatre coat. Black chiffon
was worn by Mrs James Jablon.
Her bodice was softly draped in
the classic lines of chilfon and
the skirt lullness was achieved
through impressed pleats. White
chilfon was the choice of Mrs.
Doran Zinner, Iridescent sequins
completely covered her bodice.
Coming to Miami from Jackson-
ville to attend the ball was Mrs.
Bess Stein. Her fultakirted black
chiffon gown featured 14 karat
gold fabric, which was appliqued
on her bodice in Oriental designs.
Mrs Milton Saslaw wore a tur-
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quotae-colored satin creation with
n matching colored inserted chit-
fon panel in ;he front. An ab-
stract pattern of Iridescent se-
quins trimmed the satin.
Mrs. Rose Lovitz chose a black
silk ensemble which she brought
Irom Hung Kong. Her sheath fea-
tured .1 -In on each side. anJ
"frog" apphqucs on each should-
er, a handscreened black and
gold print lined her matching
jacket. A whie moygashp] linen
sheath, studded with rhinestones,
was the choice ol Mr^. Abe Res-
nick
A Persian paisley brocade was
selected by Mrs. Sheldon Specter.
Her lull length gown featured a
high rounded neckline, long
sleeves and a full skirt Mrs.
Hoke T. Maroon's choice for the
evening was a floor-length black
velvet gown. Black and red were
the colors combine,I into Mrs.
Maurice Furman's prin: bodice.
Her skirt was of tiers ol white
>ilk organza ruffles, each one
double banded in narrow ribbons
of black and red.
kj|RS. Anthony Abrahams silk
" satin floor length sheath
combined the ombre tones of blue
from pale iced blue to deep
porcelain blue. Cut velvet roses
ol yellow cascaded down t h e
Iron! ol her gown, while the
back featured a <'een poof and
long panniers A black silk crepe
-hea'h trimmed with narrow rib-
bons of black bugle beads was
worn by Mrs. Lou Poller. The
asymetricial drape across her
hip was also detailed with the
bugle beads.
A bronze colored sheath, com-
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ADRItNNt SCHNtlDIR
Miss Schneider
To Wed Doctor
Mr and Mrs Joseph J. Schneid-
er. 993 West 481 h si., announce the
engagement ol their daughter,
Adrienne Didi. to Dr. Gordon M.
t'rbach. son of Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than I'rbach of Toronto. Canada.
The future bride 1- a graduate of
Miami Beach llisih School and at-
tends the University of Miami
Her fiance is a graduate ol the
University of Toronto school of
medicine, interned at the new Mt.
Sinai Hospital of Toronto, and took
his residencies at ihe Mt. Sinai
Hospitals ot New York and Miami
Beach.
Following their wedding on June
23, the couple will live in Toronto,
where Dr. I'rbach will do post-
graduate work in anesthesiology.
Mrlvlii Victor
MM. JACK PRESS, .
plctely covered with vertical
stripes of bronze bugle beads, was
worn by Mrs Sidney Cain. Her
dress had only a suggestion ol
sleeves, and featured a modified
sweetheart neckline. Mrs. Harry
Rothman's gown was a floor-
length sheath in silver-grey silk
satin. Matching colored lace ap-
pliques were embroidered with
caviar beads. Her color contrast
was in her cyclamen rose satin
Iheatre coat.
Fund-Raising Affair
Fund raising alfair Sunday eve-
ning lor Harmony chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, included Sho-
shara Damari and the Israeli re-
vue, dancing and refreshments al
the Monte Carlo hotel. Mrs. Marj
Lurie was in charge ol reserva-
tions,
Press, Kraus
Vows Exchanged
In Nuptials Here
Nikkl Nancy Kraus and Jack Ar-
nold Press, jr.. exchanged nuptial
vows on Saturday. Jan. 27. in a 7
o'clock ceremony performed by
B;.hbi Leon Kronish at the Deau-
ville hotel. A reception and din-
ner followed in the Napoleon room,
ol ihe hotel.
Given in marriage by her lather,
the bride wore a brocade satin
floor-length gown featuring t h e
now flat look and pleated sides.
The litter! bodice had a scoop nei k
and point-on hand sleeves. A
matching pillbox held the shoulder-
length bouffant veil, and she car-
ried white orchids on her confir-
mation Bible.
Attending the former Miss Kraus
was Mrs. Phil Avins, matron of
honor, llelene Soglovitz, maid of
honor, and Ina Porias, Phyllis
Mcchlowitz and Susie Rose, brides-
maids. Twins. Susan Jill and Gary
Pilchard Chisling were flower girl
and ring bearer.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey
M Kraus. 4575 Adams ave., the
new Mrs. Kraus is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
he University of Alabama.
The bridegroom is the son of
Jack Arnold Press, jr.. Maplewoodv
N.J., and Mrs. Bain Lothian. Nas-
sau, lie attended schools in New
Jersey and graduated from the
University of Miami. He is pres-
ently associated with Claude South-
ern Corp.
His father served as best man.
and ushers were Anthony Press,
Robert Gotlieb, Ivan Phillips. Neil
Malamud. and James Godkin.
On their return from a honey-
moon trip through Florida, the
licwlywods will live at 61 Edge-
water dr.. Coral Gables.
August bros rV|
'" ffr i ft. M ( s r '
/S thr Of SI
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SAVE MARCH 4th!
Annual Banquet
RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS
(MIZRACM HAPOAL HA'MIIRACHI)
at the
CORONET HOTEL
Detroit Social Club
Detroit Social Club of Greater
Miami will have a meeting Mon-
dav evening at Ihe Algiers hotel.
FREE
ORANGE
JUICE
PHONE IN
TOUR ORDER-
FR 4-2710
M 4-8783
BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER
CONVALESCENT HOME
NON PROFIT NON-SECTARIAN
SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY
a'r s,r'- Sup-rviaion of the Orthodox Vaad Hakathruth of Florida
flabbl Dr. Isaac H. Ever. Director
24-HOUR NURSING DOCTORS ON CALL
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conducted at the
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Brochure PL 7-7623
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DAY WORKERS
Ph. FR 94401
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W Pack 'em Kite Herd
|Op.n Dally $. 1 A.M. 10 P.M.
Express your feelings to your loved ones .
SEND FLOWERS from the
BLACKSTOKE FLOWER SHOPS
One of the oldest in Greater Miami .
Serving you 24 hours 7 days .
Just Phone UNron 4-1233
Liatcn to Radio Station WKAT, 1389 ori your dial, very Sunday at
7:35 P.M.. to the comments of the HonoratMe Judge Malvin Engl.mdei.
Vice Mayor of Miami Beach.
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Towers to Live
In Cora! Gables
Dupoi hotel was 111
eet.ing for thi and recep-
i | j Jo; !. "tier and
I- rtrs S inday, Jan
:> ;:..-! s ; \ Shapiro of-
ficial ocfc ceremony,
Bf. jti b) i 'ai r liam Lipsi n.
. by her uncle,
Ii g Rose i, ihi bri e wore a
I of silk peau de sole styli v tin skirl i n lanced by a
l. and i vtcnding in a chap
I,. lorned with
; ts of satin i pp ten cd bow
i n d featured a scooped,
ncckli louble illus-
I |l from j chapl t ol lace
im with crystal
t< .
i ia Di ''" i ol ii'"
, ne Safer j Sandra
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ther, David
| .. v as b< and Melvin
)..... Rosen served
a< i shers
, .. Mrs T o e r is the
, .: \ Lerner. 1844
gl 24th ter the late Max
I \ gradu te : Miami Ben-
in High sh( is i ': "- X-Ray
and belongs to
Natioi : ar Society and llii-
h. :h.
- ; a.:- Mrs Martin
'I ... 838 Wi 10 h ave Ma-
I, 5 an alumnus
, Si (tended the
l mi, and i- now
ir.ani r I ml Co, He
bt longs to B rith AZA 322
n trip to Nas-
iple w ill live at
]j Mi Ga iles.
A dmoi t
MISS HARRIET BANNER
1
JOAN Gour.m
Women Offer
Leaders' Course
Women's Division. Vmei
lowish Congress. is offering a
all \.u chapters. Sessions W
IKSI his ^ -';"' aCCOmP-
laments ol AJC. as well as sug-
,,,,,, [or public speaking and
Essistance in chapter projects.
Meet --- 01) neld "" '
.,,,, Wednesdays al 10 a.m.. start-
i, i,i, ',4. in Ihe Vn Jew-
ngress
Friday, February 2. 19g2
.
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he Women? Di' '
j ..... Kami
'A
MRS. BERTRAM tOWU
Harriet Banner
Plans for April
Mr d Mrs. Max Banner, ol
a>. S.C., announce the ei<
I daughter. Harriet
Li igh. t< Lei nard Charh Ho]
, r son ol Mr. and Mrs. Victi r I'
4515 Adams ave Mi-
.uli
The bride-ele<: attei di schools
in Conway, the University of
Geoi -i.i and ihe Universitj ol Mi-
ami. She is ;i member ol Delta
Phi Epsilon social sorority.
Mr. Hollander is u graduate ol
Miami Beach Senior High School,
received his degree from the L'm-
versitj ol Florida, i.- a member ol
T.-ii Epsilon Pi social frati
and attended the University of Mi-
ami law school.
The couple are planning to be
married in April
Sweet Sixteen
In Oriental Fete
M.s> .loan Goldman celebrated
her sweet sixteen birthdaj in the
exotic atmosphere ol an oriental
lime In (
The luncheon was held al Fu
Manchu's. ol which her parents.
Mr and Mr-. Al Goldmai
owners
Guests received a pair ol im-
ported chop sticks, a Chim se fan,
lump of sugar wrapped in
pink satin. Floral decorati
were native American beaut) roses,
and the birthday cu:.e was
igned in pink and white.
Miss Goldman i* a junior al
Miami Bi ach High School and a
member i the a i. pella choir
there
Camp Kadimah
Now Registering
i amp Ka inn
camp ol thi Southwest YMHA
Branch, has am
ing ol ref Ii
tamp season,
gin oi mdaj Fi b. 5.
Thi i
. VMHA 17215 1
\ ay. i a contin tatioi
: k pro-
Iferei Ii Ian i the
$t area by tl cr Mi-
.i, .. sh Communitj
n ,h is staffed
::.
fall i Ifei ne cl
enci
-
Ul chil '
m small groups with yosi gs
their o bilurcn
everj daj in a large, pin a i
ndi r tin super\ isioi am< d
:.'(il Cross ins rue oi -
Camp runs I r an
period from Jui
12. Mondaj through Friday, 9 a.m.
lo 4 p.m. Children may sign up
lor either a four-week or eight-
ue< k pei i id.
Heart Forum
At Beach Aud.
A Heart Forum, in
lie. will he held in ihe Miami Beach
Auditorium, 1700 Washington ave.,
on Monday at ''> p.m.
Dr. Martin S. Belle, presidi 11 I
Ihe Hear: Assn will rvi as mod-
ator in a discussu newest
< i in cardiology im
gerj ii eh
mques
Dr,
.
. ihe Perln
the .
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Theodore M
Rabbi and '. '.
.. >;icn last Sunday ..
elanaeio st. The reception
ommittei
iner on behalf c: : : I
:;ong guests : :U
nd Mis. Herman
: Mis. Joshua J. Segal .
Newman. 6845 SW 69th ter.: Mr.
6833 Veronese; and Mr. c.:id Mrs.
es dr. iSee story. Page 12 A.
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United Order
Preside?

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Tin irdi True S
lers I i nutes 50
Ihi
ich carry on |
ilanthri I he or-
eanizaii i ii
; s in thi
ran I
i>ni- an
nually.
Gran! an givei
'he | un hax of i
iopes oi lor supi | banks
for leukemia | i I I 11 Can
ci r Si i"..(..:- ains. n
GUI Loan
Closets. which includi canci r h imi
fare i pmenl >uch i bi d-
' r.< .. | n,| rnateri-
y for can
cei ... in
x" lals m rvi re Mt.
Sinai Hi -; \ ,n, |3 rjhild-
ren's llopii il
Participating are Dr. Harold c
Spear, assistant clinical profi ssor
oi surgery al the Universitj of Mi-
ami school ol medicine: Dr, Gus
Casten, research associate ol the
Miami Heart Institute; Dr, Louis
'..ember., associate pro!, ssor of u v
medicine and chiei oi the depart- "ew Young J'idaea Groups
menl ol cardiac electrophysii
at the L'nlversit> oi Miami school
I medicine; Dr Milton Lessi
tructor m clinical medicine at the
I'niversity ui Miami school ol med-
,c ine.
reth Israi I Sistei rn i I will
; i'ounj; Judai., sroiips
Robbi Rronith
Reviews Book
-tii e in Dix e will be the
t e oi a book p' .' w by Rab!>i
1 Kromsh. spiritual lea
Temple'Beth Sholom, on Tui
' .n 'he Temple chapel ai 4130
I -< ave.. according to an an-
nouncement by Mrs Alexander
Bobbins, chairman of the Sister-
hood's book review project.
Jiaboi Kromsh will review (he
:BIRTHDAZE:
Jack A Fun
of 10i \ 19
ents child Leslu
I
N
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NE 177th \< ::' Ml
Geotgi Furmar
I
l hrmi rmerh
ia, now residi -
i '' mi Beach
Father ol the new chil I is
y at 420 Line .In rd and
' een a res. 'ent here for 20
er, "To Kill a Mocking-
bird." by Harp r Lee. the firsl in
a series nt fou. review- sponsored
bj Sisterhood ior the ben,
:hc reiigious school subsid) fund.
Mrs Harvcv E. Kramer is presi-
dent.
The audience will be invited to
ask questions about heart disi asi
strokes, rheumatic lever, and high
blood pressure. Question. ma> be
1 repared in a Ivance and dn
. box al the door. S
atti nded last year
Hungarian Club
Installs Officers
- 2
nsl
ers ol Indepi .
Civil Assn at
i ubhouse. 1834 \\\ No I
'' !",,;:- ionerd arh Hall
1 fx Malcolm Friedman'
ailed the follow ii
'M'""" Weiss enl John
:"<-. H ti an lu-
-eii. treasurer: Sandor Low. finan-
cial secretary; Julius fas. ci
"8 secretary; Julia Bar;- ,
cording secretarj Irene R
as installed a.- presidenl ol ihe
Auxiliary.
" Ihe Centi 651 \ Hiumi av<
'>ne group will bl open lo children
'-' to 10 Elgible for thi sec
re thosi age 11 to 13
"" i* will be held Sati
evi mngs ai tl i Ci nti r

MRS. JOSZPH WIMTCtS
Temple Isrcel
Features Artists
ree oul standii g j
i presented in Group
Si ol 2] print- pens this
nd in tin 1
Israel's Community House The
-how m iii continui :. ;ou- i
Jaci b Pins, M,-lu Gi : an I Fredy
Ri 'em inaKi up Uu group which
:- the second to be shown th <-
i \ the Fine Arts committi I
1 e Israel Wood< uts el
and engravings are featured ith
black and \> lute- doi H
which emi has e rep>
n -entational.
Thi < xhibit may b< v i : ilaily
9 a.m. lo 5 ; S
Sundaj until not n Thi L
- o open befoi i and al ei :
-lui' --i i ices e\ i r\ Fnd
Lerl,0ri9htua^ hene Rose"' Auxiliary president; Commiisi*
er Charier, Hall, installing officer; and Milton Weiss
president.


Friday. February 2. 1962
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hi ^J***ld Schwartz
an early sellout [or the Jack Benny concert Feb. 20
the l'i '- > "f Mi. with the I \l Symphon> Orches r, accom-
I i W on i: Waukej a i al ih '. | Beat h I mven-
ersity olfcia! niniful cl the Judy Garland fiasco
.. ring, < iewing and acco sties e com have
- (.400 Samuel T. Sa?:rc '. 0\ r success Ol
I i i an i o' Cedars of Leba on Hospital, pre?.....i I b> Sidney
| Biun:, ill include an 1897 oil painfnj i American landscape
Davj Betes Cedars tubthumper Charles Jacobson drawing
I man show al Village Corner Ga !er> 1136 So Dixie
hr: ,les And I chief. Harold Dunsky, :- arous-
r :. b wk on fund ra fug rom prin ers irtly
Lcuis C:s:rsky. sr., Daytc.r.a Beach Jewish community leader, was
in of ;i two-da) legal institute on building and admin-
- he'd in Tallahassee this week nited Fund ol Dade
named for three-year terms include Leonard L. Abess
I Joseph Weintraub Among I'niversitj ol M.ami students re-
Ihears r.u ". rheater production ol the Jean Giradoux comedy,
ol Chaillel." are Georg* Goldstein, S.eve Schwartz,
IMark Ehrtichman, and Valerie Mamches.
Sam* S ejel has ankled his posl a.- cxeculivi director of Temple
mc Southeastern regional direetor for Rassco, the Jewish
ted agency which is accelerating private investment in
||>rai rea 'state and construction businesses Februar) issue <>i
iHarpel I izine features an article b} Edward R. F. Sheri*n, "The
I Birih Pai .- il Arab Socialism." which holds that Nasser's factories,
I lams and hospitals "offer defiant argument to those who
Icniinzi methods." The seven-page article fails to discuss th"
lque>t.on> Israel and the Palestinian refugees, which was given far
I weight in the recent Saturday Evening Post's extensive study
[ol East Capt. Leo Gardner, of El Al is hack from his
Iglohe-tircling jaunt with his better half in time t-> host a cocktail re
I' I"'eta 8 -i! the Algiers hotel in honor of Victor Sennahum, dii'c
Itur "i the Israel Government Tourist Office in Ninth America The
Ituiin.-t atem y. one ol the best run of all Israeli offices in this continent,
mill headquarter in space shared with El Al in Miami Beach Benna-
luini also a ill be feted at a luncheon earlier the same da> under the
oices e American Friends of the Hebrew University ol Jeru-
salem and Its neu South Florida president. Jack s. Popick.
lice president al Mechanics I nilorm Service, Al Sherman,
has just taken over as new president of the Committee ol iiM> for Dade
ll'ount h : must he at least the Fifth presidency lor affable Al .
rtike Nisselson, executive veep of the American Friends, is headquar
(tern., at the Americana. He's having his annual trouble in keeping
Jtln Maurice Levins straight, One ot the Levin namesakes, unrelated,
I ..ill..nee here The other stops in a hotel The Maur.ce
1 i jave the universit) S375.000; the Maurice from New
JVork quarter ol a million dollar- Both are on the welcoming
II the Earl of Baifour, who is Scotland's representative on
Tlh- BBC
Hcddn-9 Carter, recipient of fhi' national American Jewish Com-
I a ird for his championship of civil rights in Mississippi a
[' ol v '<'"- hack, will speak at New Hall on the mam campus ot
|l!"' I Sivi ol Miami on Feb. 19. 8:3(1 p m in the first 1962 Spier
' ire His topic is "Are Southern Ghosts Laid for Keeps?'
Dr. George Wise, chairman of the board ol governors of the He-
Ibrtw University will return here for the Feb. 18 dinner honoring Sam-
|ul Rothberg al Ihe Americana Albert Einstein College of Medicine
1' !" an office at 3S7 Lincoln Road bld. Max Etra, chair
: I the hoard of Yeshiva University, is staying ai the Sterling hotel.
Beach policital leaders are delaying making their moves m lining
nd C'aude Pepper, Chock Hall or Cliff Herrell in the congres-
' which is attracting national attention. No trend is yet evi-
I ormer .Mayor Marcie Liberman, one ol ihe quietest bul most
in this area, is an earl) favorite in the 1963 ccuincilmanic
Ben Zion Ginsburg has been ambling hack and forth
I loach on a hoi real estate project That's a line nou
; our by Bob Merritt on in- growing construction firm
Coral i a hies optometrist. Or. Sheldon Dcbkir, attracting national
Publicity with his new tan. 20-20 The former ZBT basketball ace al
'' l Sr- ol Miami is the new president ol the Sports Car Club
| fl M,,
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Valentine's Day will mark the 100th bilthda) for Mary Clanti,
"I1" ::,; B lala parly in her honor al the Blackstone hotel thai
p'Jjng Final 1H61 figures show tourists to Israel in 1861 reached
0 alt-time high of 159.489 El Al has opened Us seventh branch in
I c"' the latest in Detroit Harry Raskin, of Miami, former
ruek designer for Ford Motor Company, will appear on ch. 10 at
4;> p.m Feb 5, to explain a program to interest local green-thumb
."'"new fruit bearing trees brought in recently from Ethiopia and
I "'West Indies.
n An ;i"""al fellowship for independent research or .writing to inter-
id k Uh Mv ,n Am**' was established by the National Council ol
w'--h Women this week. The fellow-hip will honor NC.IW founder.
nan' *no*h GrenneAaum Solomon ... In town is Dr. Harry Seldm,
n.r i k'adrr of AIPha OWBgl dental fraternity and founder of Is
*den,al school ... Dr. Solomon B. Freehof, of Pittsburgh, former
L 'm of Central Conference of American Rabbis, this week called
BubJi 8V)ra,'on of *he synagogue pulpit as the primary instrument ot
uiuri Ulfluence y rabbis. He decries the emphasis on personal
Lent l'! troub,e" congregants, which he points out is a practice
|jT!"8 0re with the Christian ministry More in keeping with
I ti,_,, '"' u 'he traditional role of teacher and preacher, according to
,eung rabbinical theologian.
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Rabbi Rackovsky
To be Speaker
Kabbi Joseph Raekovsky. of Con-
gregation Beth Tfilah. will be guest
speaker next Wednesday at the
Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon
Club. The luncheor1 will take place
at noon at the Kit/ Plaza h
Included in the program will be
a special tribute to Jacob C. Fish-
man, co-chairman ol ihe club in
honor of his birthday Also partici-
pating in the program, according
;o Joseph Malek co-chairman I
be Dr Morion .1 Robbing, nati -il
Zionist leader from Na.-i'.ua N.H.,
and Dr. Abr il am VVolfso i the
club's new S reporter
Community sing ; will follow
the program.
Combined Jewish Appeal's Insurance group is well underway
in its phase of the 1962 New Horizons campaign. Left to right
are co-chairman Albert Ossip, with Nat Glazier and Fred
Sandier
JOSlf AIM0GI
Day Camp Opens
Registration Here
Camp HaCJe-Cah. summer (lav-
camp ol Beth Torah Congregation,
is now open for registration to
members.
On Feh io, registration will be
available to residents of North
Dade.
Mrs Robert Schwartz, camp
committee chairman. My Tadel-
man. camp director, and the stall
have planned a variety of activities
Including swimming, arts and
crafts, dramatics and athletics lor
the daily schedule.
Registration is open to boys and
girls, age (1 to 12 Additional in-
formation may be had from the
Temple office.
Youth to Take
Part Saturday
More than 1 000 young neopl
from Dade county will participate
m the 1962 March of Dimes cam-
paign Saturdav when the annual
Tag Day is held as pan ol the
March of Dimes teen-age program.
Chil lien crippled by polio birth
delects and arthritis arc not the
only ones to benefit from the cam-
paign. All Da.ie count) high school
student-s are eligible to apply for
four-year scholarships awarded by
the National Foundation.
Each year over 500 of these
scholarships are awarded in the
lulled States, and since 1958 ten
Dade county students have be.mi
the recipients of these S2.000
-rants.
Israel Cabinet Minister Almogi Will
Be Honored at Dinner Reception Here
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.lo-cl Almogi, Minister Without
Portfolio of the Stale ot Israel, will
he honored at a dinner and recep-
tion for Trustees ol Israel tendered
by Samuel Rothherg. former na-
tional chairman of Trustees and
neu national campaign chairman
of the Israel Bond Organization.
and Mrs. Rothberg on Sunday. 6 30
p.m.. at the Dcauville hotel.
One of his country's outstanding
labor leaders. Almogi was general
secretarj of the Mapai Party for
two years before he assumed his
Israel Cabinet post in October.
1961. He served as secretarv of the
Haifa Labor Council from 1945 to
1959. and was a member of the ex-
ecutive of Histadrul, Israels larg-
est trade union.
Born in Poland in 1910, Almogi
emigrated to Palestine in 1930,
joined a kibbutx, and in 1933, left
to become a member of the Ha-
garah, the Jewish defense forces.
After a period of intensive train-
ing, he was promoted to the Ha-
garah Command, the general
staff of the defense unit.
ai the outbreak Ol World War II
in Europe, he joined Ihe .Jewish
Brigade ol the British Army as an
i [ficer and fought against Ger-
many in Greece. Captured and in-
t. rned by the Germans, he planned
and executed a mass escape Of
Biili-h and Palestinian prisoners
in the final stages Of the war and
led them on a long march to safe-
ty.
The dinner an,I reception in his
honor Sunday Is being held in con-
junction with the inaugural confer-
ence for Israel Bonds beginning
Feb. 23 and the celebration of ihe
7oth birthday ol Eddie Cantor, na-
tional chairman ol ihe Builders or
Israel, on Feh 24
Square Dance Saturday
Sisterhood of Beth El Congrega-
tion Will hold Us annual square
dance on Saturdaj evening at Dora
Angus: Memorial Hall.
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Poale Zion Will Hear Spec ker
Dr. Simon Wilensky. president, band Center. 812 Washington ave.
Will conduct a special meeting of Guest speaker will be Ze\ Baum
the Poale Zion. Cham. C.reenberg geld, of the national exe.utne corn-
Branch of Greater Miami, on tr.ittee, who will bring a message
Thursday evening. Feb. 8. at Far- from the na'ional office
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I,ke the man ta>i on TV. while the commercial pops up again.
.here's more to <.....le. oh. -., much more Bui right nov. there i Milton
Beiie and who can a-k for anything more, comedy-wise, thai weai
ing new I mrels hunt!-. those garrered for his recenl bow as a dramatic
actcr on TV, m a Dick Povull production. Here is now back in his besl
medium, enacting the believable, belly-laugh-producing clown on a
night i!i-.!' stage, before an eating and ->?v^ i audience. 'Lncle Mil-
tie" ha- never been better or bouncier. with his supporting <..- ol tai
ented "stooges." the DunhiUs, La Scala Quartet, the Amin Brothers,
and conductor Leonard Sue.-. Berle's back in town, it s good news for
the funs-eking family, and it's the biggest week ol the season thus
far at the Cafe Pompeii at the Eden Roc
Traveling north on Collins, to the Deauville, th-re's a new high
in hilarity in the smart Casanova room. The tany Riti Brothers are
staging their rip-roaring and original brand of comedy. Past mas-
ters of pantomime, they are ever welcome here.
They have loads of new material, as well as classic bits thai are
their trademarks of buffoonery. Hometown lovely Marion Colbj is the
singing star in the Deauville's fast and furious new slow
First time I ever heard Gordon Macrae in person .,- at a Variety
Club membership get-together The young man then was headlining at
the Olympia when vaudeville was still ensconced there After his last
stage show, he dropped into the clubroom to say hello, and then gave
the members a treat by offering a few ballads Today. Macrae has
marie the mark in movie.-, on Broadway, and on the national niter}'
circuit, not forgetting the manj TV' spectaculars he's headed It's a
pleasure to have him back in town again, with his loveh wife Sheila
They are enthralling and thrilling audiences this week at the Cafe
Cristal at the Diplomat. Bud and Cece Robinson, -upei!) danceis. and
emcee George Foster round out the super h:!l
Shoshana Dam ah is back in the star spcl in the Monte carlo's
Israeli revue. "The Land of Milk and Honey." The fierj young singing
star just completed a week of concert- up North Supporting her are
the highly talented and original Israeli Dancers and comic Will Cooper.
Belle Barth is heading for Broadway, for a biy role in the musical
comedy version of "Little Me." based on the best-selling farce Belli -
been doing mighty well, first with a costto-coasl night club tour, and
now starring in the plush lounge of Copa City. She's sporting a fab-
ulous new wardrobe, too. Her latest album
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THE MOVIE-GO ROUND: -The Innocents" i> coming to the Carib
Miami. Miracle and 183rd si Theatres, and a haunting and memorable
masterpiece of screen magic il is with Deborah Kerr in the key role
;( the film plaj based on the classic novel of Henry .lame- "The Turn
of the Screw."
"Sail a Crooked Ship" is heading due south to the Beach and
Olympia and it's one of 'he zaniesl and daffiesl tales ol tomfooler>
eve:- seen asea or a shore Ernie Kovac- contributed his best corned)
role on screi n in this m id lad spool
Hundreds of element a rv and huh school students havi iourneyed
lo the Roosevell to thriH to the sup. rical drama, "El I
The legendary hi enl Spain, enacted superblj b> Charlton
He on. is being studied in thi classrooms ol Dadc count) The movie
offers the students and teachers excellenl opportunity to see thai his
torical era brought to vivid life, authentically, ci and excitingly
Spencer Tracy has emoted admirably in many movies, but his
latest role, that of presiding judge in a war crimes trial, in "Judg-
ment at Nuremberg," will stand out as one of his very best screen
efforts. The dramatic screenplay, produced and directed by t>e
Hollywood gen.us Stanley Kramer, is playing a reserved seat engaie-
ment at the Lincoln.
Like many other.- who'', seen both the screenplav and stage Dlas
I reiterate (hat "Wesl Side Story." on the wide screen in superb color'
is far superior to the Broadwa> stage original The scope ol camera
NCCJ Will
Honor Trio Here
Leading personalities in tii*
Greater Miami area will gather
at the Fontainebleau hotel's Gram
ballroom Feb. 19 to honor thrt;
well-known men.
Occasion is the tenth annual
Biothorhood dinner-of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews,
honoring Anthony Abraham. J<>hi
S. Knight, and Mitchell Wolfs
A special citation will also be p
-( i t< d to the University ol Miami
Leroy Collins, former Gov.
of Florida, now presiden* ol th?
National Assn. of Broadcaster]
will give the address.
General chairman of the even; i;
William C. Gaither.
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J_jcir ft to subscribers, The Jewish Flcr.dian will prese free
asking a corsage to each mother c* a Bar or bas M.izvah.
: -s snould be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.C Bex
2P73, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. !nc!ude the re e
e Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and piace of the ceremony,
-c e address and telephone number. The corsage will be
ded fo you coyre6y,of ,BlackitoiRovef.Shj'ps in time
'cr the occasion.
Dvid Galbut
Lewis Ga iuI will cek
Bar Mitzvah Saturday
tb 8, al Beth I rai
v ith Ral bi II. Louis
: abbi Ale)
riral i the Kc
j rtill be gui -
hi?
or Abral ai
eil !:..liln Stanley Weiss. He
i W the Hebrew Acad-
he i secretary tn a
idenl body.
the celebrant, Rabbi
Y< -hi\ a I 'niver
Voi k C i> will also bi
and Mrs. Hyman P
: i hi ion d bj
n in iheii
R al i aim ave on
Ibut is a 1 I Beth
< :
' i r>ti ad legati
,\--r. ol Gn i
; ol ii Flor
."sxir.e F.r'el
wil offii lab
l : 11 a ii oi Maxim
hter ol Mr. a 'l Mrs
on Si urday Feb. 3
Emanu-EI.
i* an eij hth grade honoi
' student a! lebrev \ a my.
She i- a .<>- r ol the art club
here and a piano studi
Pai; Snyder
Feb.
'. al
' or Paul, son i
M r .- | fji |
SW 17th st. Ral
i


His parent
5ha bat Friday c ms
the Kid Ii sh fol'ov
m< i s I eir s honor
Howard Levy
Howard, son <>! Mr. and Mrs.
Mux Levy, will be Bar Mitzvah or.
Saturday morning, Feb. 3. at Con-
gregation Yehudah Moshe. Rabbi
Sheldon Steinmetz will officiate
A .student a! North Miami Junior
High and Popiel religious school.
Howard "ill be honored by hi-
parents at the Kiddush at the con
elusion i.l the services.
Marcia Spiegel
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will
officiate at the Bas Mitzvah of
-Marcia t arol, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Bemhard Spiegel, during
er\ices Friday evening, Feb. 2.
it Temple Beth Am.
Marcia is an honor student at
'aliiHiin Junior High, where shi
ilays clarinet in the school band
h< also studies the piano, and be-
ongs to the Pre-Nifty cl-ib at
he Templi
A reccptii n in her honor will bt
Urge School Support
Instead of A Weapons
Calling for intensf.ed support]'and whre the Hebrew University
for the Hebrew L'.iversitj ol -!< of Jerusalem is located."
. a em and sint I ,r schools. Mrs Shl. po|I1|(>(, ol |)u> jn.
unui ^4ijgglLK| ationa| yes^, ^ u9m, ,in(1^rancl;il.
dent ol the Women s Division ..,,. ,
American Frie.it s ol the Hebrew
University, said, if "this is done
hen all th' atom bombs and tin
clusterings of men will become
mil.tied."
The not onal Ii a who is a
NEW POLICY
nning with this issi i
there is a s rvici chargi
all Bar Mi zvah phi ti raphs
api i ar Th Jewish
Flon an
Am i !s of
M it z v a h c< l brations will
continu* to be published
I ratis bi fore, The ser-
vici (harg< for photo-
nly.
irt h er information is
available from The Jewish
Floridian business office,
FR X

A
5K#7
aniile Division leaders discuss their progress in the 1962
-'. Jewish Appeal campaign. Leit to right are Stewart
ss, co-chairman of the Shoes group: Marvin Bransdorf.
s group co-chaiiman; and Melville Ellis, member of the
ion's campaign cabinet.
-. Pearfnr n i :

I i
Eugene P^arlrria-i
I ;
on ol Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pearl-
man, will be celebrated Saturday
morning, Feb. 3. at Beth Torah Con
gregation, with Rabbi Max A. Lip
schilz officiating.
Eugene plays trumpet in his
school band and was with the Lit
tie League baseball team for three
years.
Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A
Seltzer and Mrs, M Pearlman. tin
Bar Mitzvah will be honored a
a reception in the Deauville hotel
Saturday evening.
Steven Alexander
Beth David will be the site ol
the Bar Mitzvah of Steven Louis
Alexander on Saturday morning.
Feb. 3. with Rabbi Norman N
Shapiro officiating.
Sieven is in the eighth grade at
Ada Merritt Junior High, where he
is a member of the junior orches-
tra and the student council. He
also works in the science seminar
and belongs to the Junior Red
Cross.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Alexander
will host the Kiddush in their son's
h nor .it the conclusion ol the cere
monj.
Michael Gewitx
Michael, son oi Mr. and Mrs
Henry Gewitz. will cell i;:s
Bar Mitzvah on Saturdav, Feb 3,
al Temple Cmanu-EI, Dr. Irvii
Lehrman will offi< iati
An i. >luh rad< hon r
:it the Hebri A< adeniy the cele
aranl wen the gold medal for i -
ssay, What Democracy VIeanst
Me, n the Ell a d 'lit mi Opli
mist's oratorical contest.
He ha- >i i\< i as co editor I
ichool n ;. 11 r an I I e ongs ti
he science and chess dabs, The
tar Mitzvah alsi r p I the
itudi nt bod> at the I! rew Vcad-
>my dinner where he spoke on th
'Destiny ol the Jew
A lunchei n ill b 11 !d i Sir
cin Hall at the Temple fol
he services, i fort lal d i
tart) at th* Fontainebleau hotel
n the evening
Myrna Sag-r
Services Fridaj evening, Fe
it Beth David Synagogue will in-
hide the Ba= Mitzvah of Myrna
Sue Sager, with Rabbi Norman
] Shapiro ofiiciating.
Myrna is the daughter oi Mr
mil Mrs. .Maurice Sager, An honor
j student in eighth grade at Shen-
indoah Junior High School, her
! ntrj in the 19M State of Florida
Science Fair received a "superior
rating." Her hobbies are swim
ning and stamp collecting.
In Myrna honor, the Sagers
will be hosts at the Oncg Shabbal
following th.' Bas Mitzvah service.
i *
Abraham Srefer
Abraham Sreter will celebrate
ar Mitzvah on Saturday morn-
ing i, .. a| Kn< seth Israel Cong-
Rabbi David Lehrfield
i iate
S ol Mr. and Mrs Isi
i th< Bar Mitz>
taken by the women of America of
every persuasion, in the Hebrew
University, particularly in its new
library for which we are raising a
million dollar fund."
Mrs G mbel deplored conditions
ounder n IY ; "which carp at supporting insti-
!,.,.,; a union- like Hebrew University and
he i ele .. thi '' '' 5Pndini i I 67 cents out
, .. .,: ,. i every dollar on war materials
breed thi our own country.
k
linn
. ol
L'ni
a< hi '
.'. re i' .
ers'tv i ti hi sem
Ii -. In Gi orgi s '. i
Mexico whi chairman ol thi
terna I f governors ol
Israel'- uni .ei sity
"Our education for our chil-
dren cces not r .-htfully consi^-r
today's world, rather the way it
appeared a quarter of a century
age," Mrs. Gimbel said. "Ovr
dress, our hats, our autos may
be made of material with a mod-
ern flair oerhaps of chrome
stuff that glitters. Unforiunately
our thinking is out of kilter, old-
fashioned, sadly dated."
' i:'s .boot time we r-iade o-jr
' into (he 20th century,"
Mrs. Girl:?! said. "We need to
K.en6 t battery cr young people
-trr--ri,i~ out of universities.
Students imbued v/ith democracy
and iafe in their ec.iviction that
ihev must love their fellow hu-
mans .->rd treat them with re-
spect and decency."
Special guests .it the luncheon
included It) students from Latin
America and a group of students
studying at the University of Mi-
ami. They included students from
Israel. Vie! Nam. Holland. Japan.
Canada, and the Philippines.
i he conference was chaired by-
Mrs. Louis Glasser, of Miami
Beach, with area political, educa-
tion and communal leaders on the
dais, among them former Sen.
Claude Pepper, of Florida; and
Discussing the responsibililj I J?0" D'( B*a*: superintendent
. of public instruction for Florida,
representing Gov. Bryant.
the nation and the individual par
ent. Mrs. Gimbel emphasized: "We
need to revive our responsibility
to the mores and ethics which
have been time-tested lor thous
Weightlifting
ands of years, those principles of wllCliTip TO SpCGK
social iustice adonted in Israel Un-
social justice adopted in Israel, the
RPS*
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LARRy LEWS
Avsd Student
Wins Camera
An avid se'enci student, even o"
i.-- i wn time, now owns oi ol
he most interesting developments
>f modern day technology in the
"orm ol a Polaroid Land Camera.
He is Larry Lewis, son of Mr
and Mrs. Al Lev.:.-. 5001 SW 65th
ave.
Larry won a free Polaroid Land
Camera K.t for bringing in 13 new.
local subscriptions to The Jewish
Floridian.
Many individuals and organiza-.
Lions are receiving free Polaroid
Land Camera Kits for these sub-
scriptions or the camera alone
for 10 new. local subscriptions.
Larry is in his third year a'.
Temple Beth Am religious school.
and attends fi'th grade at South
Miami Elementary School.
He has two sisters, Lora, 15.
and 1h bbie 5,
Richard Giller, of Miami, who
attended the Maccabiah in Israel
last September, will be guest
tpeaker at a meeting of the Great-
r Miami Young Adult Zionist
loop, the Yafis, on Thursday eve-
ling, Feb. 8, at Surfside Town
[all.
Giller, who was awarded the
.'oveted Maccabiah gold medal for
w 'ightlifting al the recent meet.
a (ormer i a al weightlifting
ham tio and is presently holder
t Ihe ord for the South* asl
':;'('! .- .. and for the suite of
id a,
BBYO Program
Tc be Featured
North sii u-e B'nai B'nth Lodge
will present a program featuring
rs lie BBYO at a regular
leeting Mondaj evening at Wash-
gton Federal Savings and Loan
\ sn U33 Normandy dr.
Ri presentatives of the Youth Or-
ization will give reports on the
recent Florida regional convention,
and the winners from the last con-
(' tion v', ill sing.
Walter Lebowitz is program and
blicity chairman.
Upton Tells Appointments
Joseph M. Lipton. president.
'Jade Federal Savings and Loan
\.-sn. oi Miami, announced that
George N Mickwee is now assis-
int v'ce prcsi;!ent. and Charles
Ebner. assistant cashier. All other
Dade Federal officers were re-
appointed for 1962 at the recent
Dade Federal annua: shareholders
meeting.
at ihi Central Israeliti School of
H\ ana.
A dinner rec i honor
will be gi .i
JE 1-5251
Closed Saturday
Sunshine Bakery
BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES
Specializing in WEDDING
& BAR MJTZVAH CAKES
Ton Coll WE DEUVEK
OreVrs $2 or More TREE
1043 WASHINGTON AVE.
I IAMI BEACH 39, FIORIDA


fjenistfkricliar
Friday. February 2, 1962
Paae 14-B
UF Elects
Lantaff to Head
Next Campaign
I ucd I Dade County has
led former Congressman Wil-
liam C Lai afl s new presi-
Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom (left), and J. Gera.d
Lewis, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, participate in cere-
monies to dedicate the cornerstone plaque installed at Ml.
Sinai Hospital on Jan. 25. The spscicl ceremony was held
in conjunction with the monthly meeting of the hospital board,
end the plaque lists the names of the officers and board mem-
bers at the time the new building was completed.
Margate Has Free Synagogue
Through a gift ol Joseph Stein. goSue, he has held positions in
New York philanthropist, Florida's -roronto, Los Angeles, and Mexi-
Tl announcement was made at
,nl oi trustees hut ing fol-
lowing LTV annual meeting law
Tuesdaj al the Duponl Plaza ho
lei
Other officers selected were
vice presidents, Coleman F. Car-
roll Bishop Of the Catholic dio-
cese of Miami; Jay I. Kulak,
head of the mortgaje firm bear
ir.g his mme; and William J.
Owers, president of the Daoe
Ccunly Federation of Labor.
John R. Rin-. ol Kin-- Mahoncy
ai.d Arner, continues as treasurer,
with Mrs. John C Harrison, long-
lime civic leader, as secretary.
United Fund executive director
: m. Foster was name I ex-
., utive vice president
John B. Turner, rormer pn -
and one ol -he original organizers
oi United Fund here, was named
chairman ol the board,
United Kun niivii n on Dec 14 with S2.711.-
m. representing 96.9 percent ol i Urays Corporation has-been
feoal.
Leaders of the Combined Jewish Appeal's Construction Div.s
ion map plans for 'heir campaign. Left to right cie Ben.cid
Seievcn co-chairman of the Biulding Supplies group; Jack
S'lve^man. co-chairman of the Real Estate group; and Harvey
S Goldstein, co-chairman of the Building Supplies group.
BOAC Names
New Manager
Th( v '-' tt
i, hi son regional sali managi r,
then Stati -. for British Over-
first free synagogue-center has
i stabli&hed in Margate.
Margate Jewish Center activi-
tii nd operations are all financed
Stein. Programs include in-
struction in arts and crafts, music,
folk-dancing, dramatic adult ed- )IT \s Edward Kaplan. Mrs. Mor-
ucation courses, and sisterhood ac- rj.s Rothstein is Sisterhood
i.' ities
co City. He is a graduate of the
Hebron Rabb;nical Seminary of
Israel, and was ordained in Je-
rusalem.
President of Margate Jewish Cen-
Spiritual leader of the Center is
Rabbi Lazarus Axelrod, who offici-
ates at daily and Sabbath services.
Hi also h i th syi a;
daily and Sunday religious school.
Rabbi Axelrod is a native of
Liverpool, Eng'and. Formerly af-
filiated with a Miami Beach syna-
dent.
Services at Margate will be Fri-
day al sundown, followed by an
Oneg Shabbal service at 8 p.m.
Rabbi Axelrod will discuss "The
Strong Hand." His Saturday ser-
,, this week will be at 8 a.m.,
wi'h a sermon on "Justice al Sinai '
scheduled for 9:30.
The meeting was also addn ssed
by outgoing campaign chairman
Edward F Swenson. Jr.
Greenfield Joins
Bank's Board
Irving E. Greenfeld. sr., has been
ed in the board ol directors
oi the Bank ol Dade County.
Greenfield is presiden! and found-
er of the Maxwdl Company. md
ha- been a rcsi-
Mrs. Goldberg is Hostess
Mrs. Lillian <; Idli rg was
sponsor a luncheon and ca i
ai her home. 1754 S\V 15th si oi I
rhursday. Feb. I. at 12:30 p.m
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JlOGE'S COl-RT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTS
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55C23-B COWLING
IN II "'
\\ II II \M IIKNIM rlU'H i.\ i
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NOTICE TO CREO TOPS
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, '., I I .. i, .. I Auilll -
. ,, ,,;(,i in H. 0 Peter Baker.
.ales manager for thi I 5.A
Johnson's ap| ntment i effect-
ivi immediate^ and e will be
ha.-ed in Miami Thi i *1j created
, includi .- sail managi m< i
., uthern ati Mexico, Cen-
a. and l Bahamas It
- BOAC's forth sali s regioi in the i
is. and was lormed during a \, .,, .. ,,,1i,..j to preaent aa|
lecenl reo gai i I ':" sales
force.

House of Seagrams Organization
Consolidates Divisions for 'Flexibility1
By Special Report pany. A as executive vice
president is Jack VVishn: fi rmerly
The veteran airlim executive
ined BOAl '.'. Balti-
dent ol Greater mon rhen the ci ral n as
Miami since 1924. iterating r- flyii
lie vas in i and
, s. sali
ex cutive vice presiderl of the
: YORK In a series ol
'hi Kessler Distillers Company. A
Hi Sea ran f ,,;,0 had been vice pres-
anizai enabling it to ident and national sales manager,
l e also -
as president ol
Irving Proper-
ies, Gulfcoasl
Finance, M a r-
cell Irving Co.,
ind Gremas. Inc.
(In entield i
n a r r i e d, has
h r e i children
and six
c hi I d r e n. He
formerly attended the University
ol Miami, and is an active member Institu'e. dii
'i Miami Chamber oi Commerce,
GREENFIELD
Rabbi's Wife,
Ethel Ever,
Passes at 51
.Mr- I
I,. : 1-. .
ei I \gudath lrai 1 Hi
I
Mrs, Ever came hen
ago from BrookI \ n ai d livi d al
525 79th -i Miami Beach She
was ihe daughter of the late Rab-
bi Jiiduh II. I.i benbi rg. dean of
the New Haven and Cleveland
more effective!) 'he sales p0ur Rose- Whiskey, has I
llenges of h ightened competi- named vice president and general Miami Better Business Bureau. Mi-
t.on throughout the liquor indus sa|es manager ol the Four Roses umi Hotel Men'- Assn., Miami
try. the House of Seagram. Inc., this Distillers Company. Jack Kaduson Beach Hotel Assn., and the Florida
week announced the consolidation |s vice president in charge of ad- State Hotel Assn.
of its various organizational divis- vertising and sales promotion Frederick .1. Teschke, president
ions and a realignment ol execu principal brands ol the Four Roses (,1 (he Bank of Dade County, in an-
five responsibilities at the top Distillers Company will include nouncing Greenfield's election, re- S('m,nar" -
levels of the company, effective Four Roses Whiskey. Kessler ported that directors lor the com- She was a member of Hadassah
immediately. -Smooth as Silk" Whiskey Kessler ing year also include Sidney M. i;-na, B'rith and Bikur Cholim
Francis H. Fitzmaunce was ap- Lt,mlon Dl"> Gin- a,ul Nikolai Vod" Aronovit*. Frederick J. Teschke. surviving in addition to her bus-
pointed executive vice president ol ka Albert If. Chi'lmg. William J. hand, are four sons. Elliott Perry.
Seagram-Distillers Company, sue- in addition, it was announced JJ0, CarlaW "WW* Martha B. judah He.-hel. Dennis, and Shcl-
ceeding Herbert W. Evenson. exec- that Leroux and Company has ('10son-n ,r"!"la L ('run(lr,er, don; three brothers and three -is
utive vice president of the com been merged into the General Wine J?.'nsJ-' Smltn- James G Wilson, ters. including Mis> Bernice Levcn-
pany since !955. F.tzmaur.ce pre and Spirits Company, with Jerome Charles Aronovitz. Harry August, n(.r
viously was executive vice presi A. Newman as vice president. f!"rry y dent of the Four Roses Distillers General Wine and Spirits will now Morrv M- Mason- Salvador Olivar. Services were Jan. 28in Riverside
Company. Seagram-Distillers Com- market Chivas Scotch Whiskies -Mamn J- Rauzin. Joseph A. Ray- Memorial Chapel. Normandy Isle,
pany markets Seagrams V.O. Ca Harwoods Canadian Whisky. I.e xls' CoL Na,han B Rood- 1,arr-v B
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F-LORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
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nadian Whisky. Seagram's 7 Crown roux Corlials. and Myers Jamaica
Whiskey, and Seagram's Extra Rum. among others.
Schwartz. Julius B. Sperling, and
Blaine Willcnborg.
Dry Gin.
Evenson, who is retiring under
th* company's mandatory re-
tirement program, has been elec-
ted a member of the board of
directors of Joseph E. Seagram
& Sons, Inc., the House of Sea-
gram's parent company.
At the same time, the company-
announced that the Kessler Dis-
tillers Company has been merged
into the Four Roses Distillers Com-
The company also announced
the formation of a new House of
Seagram organization to market
all of t he company's straight
whiskeysthe Kentucky Straight
Whiskey Company. This new
company will be headed by Roy
I. Flint, vice president, formerly
national sales manager for Hen-
ry McKenna Hand Made Whis-
key.
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Kentucky Straight Bourbon, will be tvvcninfi at *e Washington Federal | ,.kVo*^nrfm' general sales manager of the com- ha^ln^s a"d I-oan Asn. Jewish iseall Kyi K M .yman
pany. The brands sold by this fes,ival fh'.ian. Mrs. Marilyn ARTiy tJS?"ly ***
company will include Antique Ken- Gran-,,, y r. nalmlfl
tucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, gram'
Henry McKenna Hand Made Whis-___________________
llih Floor fiuile ftdentl HinMi"-
Miami :.'. rtoHda
key, and Mattingly & Moore
Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The
advertising and sales promotion
lor this company will be directed
Joseph E. Flick, formerly na- by Jack Kaduson.
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LEGAL NOTICE
\,
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
FO TAX DEED
FILB NO. M2**
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lhanli l W Mlagi I In Mi r ..-
of i-iiv ..f Mtaml T..\ Dale
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June, \ 11 l$.1, h, filed *
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thereon in aoeoadanvi with Ian
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AMI FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PPOBATE
No. 540O3. B
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man, and Jack Wishny. y L runl' ,erome A. New-
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nv .> r.XDhtJ
Acts ol 1941
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IN THE CIRCU T COURT .-!- tr-ic
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FLORIDA. IN AND hOK DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 816
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the ."!' k of ihr Circuit Court nn or
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No WC 345
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da .',: ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CI1CUIT OF
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IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELFVFNTM JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 6X 588
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Paoe 4-A Jenirt fkrid!Sa>r> Friday, February 2. 1962 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 PublNhed .very Friday .In,. IK1 by The J.wlrtj Plorldtan -,i HO x K S*lxth < %  ••• %  Miami '. J-i'T.' ... Sec md-Claw Poatan Paid .<: Miami, Florida. Th Jewi.h Flcridian has absorbed the Jewish .Unity • • the Jew.sh weakly. Mambar of ^,^S5i-Tri*? NawJ Agency. Sfven Arts Feature S>ncHete. Worldwide News Service Nat-nul Editorial An Ar-ncan A.sof En B luh.Jewish Newspapers, and the Florida Press Assn. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MJNDL1N Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU — Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent i-h Florldtan dnex i.ol puarame. th; Ki nhi itb of the m-ryhnndlw advertlaed i ta columns. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Req.iest Volume 35 Number 5 Friday, February 2, 1962 28 Shebat 5722 An Infamous Date Tuesday, Jan. 30, was en infamous dc;e — the 29;h anniversary of Adolf Hitler's cssumptic:-. >wer in Germany. A :cntcstic encyclopedia ci • :y has taken place between and now which, under Hithand, sew a icpid German :. ; e to world power; the collcpse c: Europe beneath the vicious Nazi heel; the emergence of World War II, brought about byHitler's unresolved ambition for global domination; the collapse of the "Thousand Year Reich" in April. 1945, and the Little Corporal's suicide in a Berlin bunker. During these 29 years, the world also witnessed the Nazi slaughter of six million innocent %  nen. women, end children of the Jewish faith in a deliberate Hitlericn plan to wipe Judaism from the face of the earth. His design was one-third successful: he had virtually decimated the Jewish community of Europe by V-E Day. Out of the ashes of the Hitler scheme emerged the fulfillment of a 2,000 year-long Jewish dream, the reestablishment of a homeland in Palestine. The creation of the State of Israel, hardly three years after the Nazi architect's self-slaughter, and yet another epochal occurrence within the span of the 29th anniversary marked Tuesday, semed a fitting reply by histcry to the millenicl persecution of Jewry. An Alternate Approach The anniversary event does more than highlight an r.famous date. It brings additional light to the recent decision cf Israel's Pnr.icrr.ent concerning the Jewish State's future relations with Wast Germany. While, during the course of these deliberations, we hive argued that cultural isolation is often untenable and sometimes absurd, especially for a nation as intellectually advanced as Israel, it would also be significant to note these additional considerations: • The psychic strains on the Israeli consciousness are severe in matters relating to Germany. They are understandable—even to the prevalent revulsion there for the German lenguage. These are strains with which the government must reckon in its policy planning relating to ties with Germany. • Despite the scrupulous West German adherence to the Reparation Agreement, and many indigenously German attempts to show friendship for Israel, the signs of the times are apparent: the increasing reoccurrence of antiSemitic manifestations, which tend to show the extent of the German malaise in this regard, because there are almost no Jews left in Germany to hate. • The rising feeling among Israeli officials that the Bonn Government guides its Middle East policies more and more by judging the reaction to them in the Arab countries rather than by the implications of these policies within the context of Israel-German relations. Such considerations have profound possibilities in terms of the recent Parliamentary deliberations. Curbing the panorama of intercultural ties is certainly a drastic and even dangerous thing for Israel, whose people need the friendship of all men of good will. But the decision also comes to realistic grips with the realities of Germany today; it anticipates the emergence of strained times ahead and prepares the Jewish State to meet thm. jn\ The Pursuit of Happiness The bus strike in Greater Miami, and the dislocations It causes, gives us some idea of the extent of the difficulties Israelis are experiencing today as a result of the engineers' walkout there. The strike, some three weeks old, has virtually left Israel powerless. Added to this wore threats of dispute early this week by the unions representing the Jewish State's physicians and attorneys. The latter concept may be somewhat foreign to us in cur own country, where professionals do not band together in a trade union sense; nevertheless, the discomforts that would result frcm a "walkout" by doctors and lawyers here can be easily visualized. While, as anywhere else, the contending parties in Israel and the arbitrators are frantically bargaining to bring a speedy end to the dispute, the strike is a showcase of democratic action for other nations of the Middle East. Israel's neighbors can profitably learn even from her labor problems, which highlight the right of the individual to the pursuit of happiness. The Leadership Dinner Combined Jewish Appeal leaders are showing a high degree of enthusiasm these days. Riding on the wave of their Pacesetters' 35% increase in pledges to the 1962 campaign, they look forward to doing even better as the "New Horizons" drive progresses. In this spirit of accomplishment, CJA will hold a leadership dinner here Feb. 11, with Israel Ambassador to the United Nations Michael Comay as guest speaker. Ambassador Comay will certainly have a message of importance for the Greater Miami Jewish community. For his is a post at the crossroads of the world, where he daily taps international opinion in the light of his own country's situation. Less heralded than in years gone by, Israel's immigrantion needs are nevertheless greater than ever. The Combined Jewish Appeal here contributes a lion's share of its annual campaign funds to fulfill these and other Israeli needs. At the leadership dinner. Ambassador Comay will tell Miami Jewry just how they can meet this challenge through CJA. the week .. as i see it by LEO MINDLIN H ARDLY MORE th;m five years have passed since ji-ii'ii.ii fhf> U'PPk' 'he Sues-Sinai campaign. It \a (llll III): lilt >UtlV nevertheless safe to say that world reaction to the campaign, as expressed through ihe United Nations, would be vastly diiferenl today. Five years ago. the UN responded to the call of the American I delegation and the prompting of President Eisenhower to demand that Britain. France, and Israel withdraw from their newlywon positions of advantage in the name of a higher international morality The IS. demand was. of course, beyond reproach. It involved turning awav from Uie best interests of our closest allies indeed of our own best interests, as well, were the truth known. It involved demonstrating to the world that the I nited States -vies not function according to the restricted elements of a dual level Pi diplomatic meral'ty that wrong must be considered wrong even if our friend.are involved. The (raged; Ihi was that few ii any countries resolved to study and benefit from our object lesson, with the result that we merely •• .. i n 0 u r ov self-i stec For at the very moment that we cono-nr.e.l Britain. France, and Israel to ignominy and that we deprived them in a loaded political maneuver of the trimof the victory they wen by sweat and blood on th< battlefield, ihe Russians wen preaching to the world an altogethi rd ferent text In a crus i Bnswer to thi .... • the Soviel i .,;, n reafl • ihi adagi ol thi ages thai right ai d %  ost nations bought this al face valui At leas th ti led to muster i ther quantitatively or qualitatively, Ihe kind ol moral indij tion that in their view the Suez-Sinai campaigi ih i tai Had the L'.S. object lesson £ i unh< i ded? f/UfBGfNCf Of THf NEW ARICAN NATIONS C ONTINUING HiNDS'.GHT seems to indicate t 1 i posit. on was, in fact, no position at all — that the sense ol outrage we fell found itself into few other hearts It there were many UN member nations with us in our threatened censure, and worse, ol the three errant countries, they had joined in a skilfully expedient maneuver prompted by motives for which the L'.S. would surely-express the proioundest contempt. It is fairly clear that the United States could muster no such UN position today were the Sues-Sinai campaign to occur again. Only five years are passed since the disastrous American £etraj,al of her allies, but the United Nations has changed radically in the intervening time as a world peace organization. For one thing, there are many more members today. For another, the newer members are from areas of the glebe with little sensitivity toward lie \alues, history, and tradition ol their older colleagues except one — the .concept of colonialism, hopelessly outmoded except as Russian propaganda. Even within the context ol the Suez Sinai campaign, when many oi these recent heirs 10 statehood were no more than a dream in the independence-thinking minds of their rebellious leaders, the cry of colonialism played a significant part—a part in winch Israel assumed the alleged role oi puppet in the Western Powers' drive to maintain a looihold in the Middle East. What has changed since Oct. 29. 1956 is not the moral purpose of the U.S. position — the position which prevailed — bui the increased number of erstwhile African victims of colonialism who have sinceassumed (he status ol United Nations membership. GOA CHANC15 THf INllfiNATIONAL V/frV IF THE NEW "guardians" oi international decency have a great) i" voice in the General Assembly today, is it not contradictory lo i st (hat a second Sinai-Suez campaign would be brought oi! with impunity? I think net — especially not since Goa. on the one hand, it may be tru< that any action suggesting even the slightest support oi colonialism stands a clearer chance ol resistance than ever before. But on Ihe othei hand, the intent ol the United Nations, al least classically, was to ppose aggression without regard to motive No IN member could war againsl another tor whatever reason. If differences arose between their,, the differences were to b< arbitrated; and the object ol the international peace organization was -imply anel fundamentally to outlaw resort to arms as B meati I arbitration. Goa ha. contributed greatly to a readjustment of this view. The act of Indian a gressioi againsl Goa demonstrates conclusively that the founding purposes of the IN are now not only compromised but .: .ally destroyed: lor membei nations of the IN have condoned the action. That they excised theii position with charges ol Portuguese colonialism is oi no consequence to the fundamental principle involved. It is the tact of warfare they overlooked as righteous warfare" that henceforth makes it implausibly difficult tor the United Nations to take any consistent position on aggression whatsoever. Hence, a new Suez-Sinai could only be resisted in the UN with great difficulty, since action without moral principle most often amounts to no action at all. •• • •:• FACING UP 70 THf fND Of A DfffAM THIS NAIVE APPROACH to international morality highlights the diplomatic immaturity of the new African nations which is not to say that double ethical standards are either naive or immature However much we may hold such standards in contempt thev have been the grist of the worlds "wisest" governments for thousands of j cars. „ ct But "hat we must recognize as juvenile about it is the narrowness of the Aincan view regarding the highest purposes of the UN For it has done no more and no less than to give carte blanche to certain kinds of armed conflict and hence to armed conflic per se wHen ,hP 14 C nd u ned ^P****" mili,ar >' ac,ion acceptable, Tn uhilh %&*** env,s,oned ,hat ki "d of international milieu in which no military action would be acceptable as an expression of foreign diplomacy. No, even the Russians, the supreme meters in avhievement' 01 116 ""*"*• C U d hlVe **** *TtE It is sad that the new member nations look upon the UN throueh V&3TZE2 e vt \ A P rod of Western colonialism thoug !" the £5 & swat rs 1 r^ ^s£rss.



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Friday. February 2. 1962 Je n#"*#? fkiriidtiicur Page 3-A Sfln Larewswi to be Chairman of CJA Leadership Dmwer at Americana Hotel Levenson has accepted imanship of the Combined Vppcal leadership dinnei lied for Feb. 11 ;it the Amen hotel. c r committee members n!i Levenson on i h e an s .'!n Blank, A. .1. Harris, .1 Heiman, Ernes ( Jams, Kam. Jo eph VI Lipton, i Molaskj. Leonard Rosen, and %  \\ i inkle. ; exenson said the dinner will be Lcdz Gliefvo D'cry found [n Old Barrel "o itinutd frem Paqe 1-A 'Mi. and most of them rpurr'ered by the Nazis. were i diary. N N, ga\ e details • IK slan ation in the ghetto. i rili< ize : Mordccai Chaim ki n *ki, Jew ish head ol the .veminent, ho .iI iter ; j he S'azis, and told i iter pathc ic efforts to IK |,fe ol his daughter who have died ol starvation Re u the fantastically high pri[food i! the ghetto, N.N. noted • h e only sai\ ation for his r v '".:iil have bi en food i added, "to go and bu> who h ,i > money tor Whole treasures would not • -..:licient. In .i word, a iv prat• impossible io sax e anyone ite his despair. N N urote, to Nov a Kultura "As rmer lover of the Bible, tothe whole tortured hood ol ghetto workei • I il And, weltering in your .: you shall live." \ N v ., kill. d. .mil his body i i (.i in Crematorium III. i to hi Polish Commisi Research into \ai .. • received last summer mer member ol the spi d< ail assij n< .1 to i n i b. lii jassi meti .'il-. containing i ill -. had I" en buried near toi .urn. The N.N mai ..in he first ol thi cor IM > red hen thi :, started < xc.iv ating the -• summer. The Warsaw aper reported that further lions are proceeding. •' e focal point i the 19(12 New Horizons i ampaign. "My acceptance of the chairmanship is an indication of the conviction I feel of the importance of Federation to oor community," Levenson said. "I feel that Federation'; strength and progress are synonomous with OUr community's s.r-ngth ar.d prrgrtss." Levemon pleugod "every possible effort to enrol I (he supporl i : .%  erj li ader who shan my beliefs hej will all jom miin mi king |his mpi rtant i vent an il 1 out su< cess l o\ enson a ded. l.i i enson, a long-time supporter %  Greater Miami's Combined Jew! i Vppeal. i .i 'in mber ol the Fed ,'iation executive committee, llimany other com m unit j activities in< lude membership on the board >i trustees ol Mi. Sinai Hospital LIBOW GRANT y Zu ernick, n. Laurence Levenson and ...-< Leaders Workshop Scheduled Sunday The Annual Brotherhood Leaders' rkshop ot the Southeast Florida %  ration of Temple Brotherhoods be held on Sunday noon at the Everglades hold Sylvan Lebow, of New York, exlive director of the National ation of Temple Brother%  .11 i guest speaker ;n tli<' il conclave. i 'i \ Grant, of Coral Gables, ol the Southeast Florida ion .ii Temple Brothercomposed ot Reform Ternrotherhoods in Coral GabK -. i lerdale, Hollywood, Miami. %  %  ach. South Miami, North i and West Palm Beach will I ri side. iw will also be guest speaker >ath services at Temple B Holl; on Friday, Feb. 2. i mp sinal S'orth Miami, rmon topic v\ ill "Brotherhood and Peace." ',%  { CJA Lawyers D.v'sion mr.'ts to discuss irl .ii in .;i the 196,2 Ccmbinod Jewish Appeal Harry Cvpe campaign. Left to right arc Leon Kaplan, M Dade Federal IS THE PLACE TO SAVE! ."/. r ,ri %  %  %  ?*t % %  : Y-,. -' 3 i 2 : I %  / '."v?Jt.^S... .... / %  ..* % % %  a-??-45 **-* Dade federal adds liberal dividend*'Io your savings dollars.. .Then multiplies it wifh safety, strength and stability ... f0 equal peace of mind and financial security for you ono* your family. trr*TTO^?y^ ; "One of the Nation's Oldest and largest" E)ade Federal RAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MIAMI Open or Add to Your Dade Federal Savings Account by February 20th and Earn Dividends From The lit. %  3 :3 JOSEPH M LIPTON. Pieudent 5 CONVENIENT OFftCES TO SERVE YOU • 101 E. Flogler St. • 1400 N.W. 36th St. m\ mM St. • 5800 N.W. 7th Ave. • 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. OUR RESOURCES EXCEED 175 MILLION DOLLARS Anliiipoiid DIVIDING (ME PAID and COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Utrntn Federal Sai mgs and Loan 1 tun W Corporation Federal Home Loan Bank SyHcm j



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Friday. February 2, 1962 if M #• fhradHair, Page 7-A Samuel fioihberg to Awari at Hebrew Mn iel 1 l bci -. i' Pcoria. 111.. i : an c<: in 162 recipient a : I si r 1 vard for i ,.i\ ~c w ice to ih* Hei ver • %  '• -'ann unced : i Ross i hairman "i Ihe tX i (i hi v %  rii an Friends ol :i: i ;. I iv< rsitj ol Jerusalem honor i red by the Vmeri... ds i f I %  ivcr be pr si %  1 A I I'. !1 ill I I %  il %  Tfi i .no ;f 'he award refers tm I si'e of he arig nal at i Hah w U-iiver.• '-ich was cut off as a result :< ih? War c' Irdeperdense in In 1945. and has remained inac£.- %  h'e ever t'nee A new cen.. ,j. t'Htii l.Hi.HAl Receive Mi\ Scopus 'versify Meeting tral campus, bejun in 1954, has I.em establishjd at Givat Ram, on the wes'e n outskirts of Jerusalem. Ro hbi r is a I ui dcr ol ihc new rumpus Hebri L'mvepiii,}. e i i ihi h %  donors ol (he %  ". i / r Kap.an S lioi I ol Econom a id Si .... %  •..n,!. ,.i the I'niiis::y. ': he i %  i re hall in build e He ddir.ci membi r ol I I rectors ol the .n >. .. .:.-.. Hi '• > ii -,.\ %  : pron en! I %  • • for the • V %  .-: ... R | .... ; %  • %  %  chairm; : lie L'niti ppi al, 'Ih. \ :< %  -. • %  • cn Friends %  l %  •. even I i i Judge Lcu:s E. Levinthal, ef FHiiadelDhia is chairman of the national evant. Tha ca chairmen O.'vid torowilt, of Chicags; V.ctOr M. Carter, of Los Angeles; Phi,;p W. Lcvn, ?f Boston; Jo ssph .V Mazer, of New York; ard Jack i. Popick, of Miami Eea.h. %  i i%  ... pmeni i niversitj'. m %  (ii\al Ran %  lica i ampus al Bin Karcm, agricu campus ;.i Rcho\ oth its Ti I \\ i\ bran: h. ,., % ARTHRITIS RHEUMATISM... KIDNEY-BLADDER CONDITIONS! That's MOUNTAIN VALLEY WATER FROM HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS • Delightful to U5te smooth, natural spring water. 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I A E AND MAINTENANCE CF ALL TYPES WINDOWS AND JALOUSIES Complete Stock of Replacement Paris 3427 N Miami Ave. **>•" 37 F!a FRanklin 3-5491 Religious School Pally for CJAppeal Due at Beth forth Congregation Sunday SA/YiuH HOt tit r-ri5co You.hi Sent to Jail For Terrorism Continued frorPa-re 1-A r Bai %  ..: • •!>.• sons ol ficer \ coi r all the do%  • %  i ants uas the i iremenl thai %  n lamilj S2.00 in dam i i • '. ( k a pi r ol J. f ... : .. pi s fa rs : .: Ihi Bow : by telep i %  i • -c nrc car. sla hi .1 tires, smashed ndo< in I heir homi ind ither\. i-c lormi n'ed the cou] Two | ihi : iir youths lio were not sentenced had pleaded innocent ..: d ivill e tried ni ••• month, The cmaini two oni of Ihi m ihe son ,: Hit chief ol the Fire Department v-.n Squad, had been placed on pi obat i":'. Vnni'al sch I C %  • : '••• %  < Vppi paign l ally will be i!.''l n S n s if a m .i: Beth Tor ah itir-n 1051 No, M Bi h bl\d accciair.v; ",o an u unc mcnl ol V A B tskin idenl of the Bureau .>( Jeuieh K.\w cation, ".huh co-spor.sors Ihi an nual eve it. The ... at in %  >( the "Dudaim," -..~i;i sing TS ol Isi ael. T L r-"v i/i|| b ^o-sonsorH by the Jewish National Fund, which will make i f s annval -. ,\ <• fu JavyjsJi fches's rart'c pating aetivtiy in the JNF annual Tree Fjr.d campaign. ">'-• %  > -vre>-tatier will be m;de by Dr. Zev Kogan, attorney aciive ir local Jevyiih National Funr' affairs. The st:ir.v ol Ihe Combined Jew* 'sh Appeal will be reported by ienrteth Myers Miami attorney, vho heads the Young Executive '< %  oup ni the Gri ater Miami Jew* I. Federa ion. Dele .• %  I 'om 4() .li".\:-li schools a er Miami and i lollj wood iltcnd the rally. 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*Jmlstntrkttan Friday. February 2. 1962 Paqe S-A I* Hotel group reports considerable progress in its CJA campaign. %  to B"' "* Jose?" os,f co-chairman ana Ju.-rae Joseph Morris chairman Mercantile Division ieade-s decide 'hat a successful Comb -"?d Jewish Appeal it good business for the community Le to right are Moms Babro>:'i Jewe r\ grouo co-chai--**j.i Rcbe-t Macht Mercantile Duijior chair-ran and Herman Rubm Jewelry group co-chairman M*--c a • e ? • > ? C • :a -• • ^ %  tf : "-" -%  Kl*f cc %  %  ; .A. J(< : V Combined Jewish Appeal Cai %  A %  %  ... .;...•'. .-. % ; ...' ....... %  ...; %  %  %  '> i li r pai : • %  -. %  • %  %  • %  %  %  %  • %  -. %  • %  CAL KOVENS • Di\ ision inaugvith an irrtpor... i this w i I-K .' x ... a If of t he I as '. % %  •' • %  %  • i Kis H; 1 ind Rifas pic tl'I i treat or.! !. Our Si is catcbimj • the I ict thai ;. .,. ing S .i buJ .... I that this with Ne H ition in '"' \> peal %  • t< the "ool f tli %  ARRIVING WiTH Y.l?, AM?\SSAD3R KUSSAND firs, s^^omau to ^Araarcss Li* omen v/ %  -, %  • • %  i • -. ... • %  -" j %  ? %  %  %  f • 1 MRS. MICHAEL COMAY %  •. is Is Civic Leaders Take Pests For CJAppeal %  vie li %  i me I co1'.. ach >l • the 1962 •Vppeal Gi Miam %  .. • I Mrs arcDAVID MILLER EDGAR GREENBERC



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^MBWWWaNB gf i' Page 12-A In tribute to Eddie Cantor's 70th birthday celebration to be held in Miami under the auspices of the inaugural conference for Israel Bends. Mayor Rober' King High (rigat) has set aside the period preceding the Feb. 24 nctioncl event as "Eddie Cantor Celebration Month in Miami." Accepting the proclamation is Jack S. Popick. Grecter Miami Israel Bend leader and chairman of the host-to-the-nations committee which is welcoming participants from major cities in the U.S. end Canada arriving for the Cantor celeoration. Mrs. Pop : ck 'not shown) is co-chairman of the host to-the-nctions committee. REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's larqett I Oldest Supplier iar Synagogues, Hebrew A Sunday Schools Wholesale & Beloil ISRAIU ems AND NOVUTIIS 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PAEI AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTHS MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 N*EWM71N FUN£RAt HOME •J3i DADE BOULEVARO MIAMI BEACH fEfferson 1-7677 Edward T. Newman Funeral Oirectw M SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BiSCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 >Jeniit fhrH&r. Friday. February 2. 1962 Ycaksv Herzcg To bo Speaker At Beth Ani Fete • _• ti A ts>sig I f ci f it tl Templi 5 It : %  %  %  %  ur.ei H rberi Ba %  An* ... state ol Israel to .. me f his c luntrj s • since Mas Friar ?o assuming the post, Ambassador Heriag had a distinguished career as Israel's Minisfer Plenipotentiary in Washington and in other important posts in the Israel Foreign Ministry. He has served J> director of the United states Di' ision of the I-rael I [i Affairs, where he dealt with L'nited Nations af[uirs, as well. He has been a-sociated with the Foreign Ministry since 1949, serving prior to 1954 a; counselor or, Jerusalem atfair>. Locc.3 Zionists Planning Dinner tbles Dis i : ual dinner b 11 • %  !el House The v arly evenl is a par; of %  ZOA's fund-raising ac" %  • ... hich %  %  %  %  •%  %  darships i Silver Agricultural School Israel Chairman ol the dinner It E raim Collins. His committee eludes Meyer Fine. Irving Sai David Li n d the M: tbineISphraim Collins. M< Fine, Sam Levine, David Nero\ Paulii e Levick. I B. Sacks, ai Morris Sii YAAKOV HERZ0G Dicbetes Group io /Meet Greater Miami Lay Diabetic Society > %  i'l mee' next at i ,e YMCA 4<> NE 3M ave.. oMonday at o, •, %  Dr. M •. r ti p M, Horn v :11 discuss "The importance of the fee: to Diabetics." School to Mcrk Music Month Dasii Pinfki Folk School wil' celebrate Jewish Music Month '-' •.ti ()-.s'lh*V <-n f<*'6 %  % '•• ning at the Karband Labor Zionist Culture Center. 842 Washington a\ i i ntoi %  cai Y -' nill led in "TI Rool il J iwisl Music Mr a 'I Mrs. Her, Yomi n v ill 'cid in communits stnyr.g. Loui i.:i -.r. in teat • r at the scho will present a selection ol his literary work B-G is Willing To Let Up On Restrictions Continued from Page 1-A ister, making no reference to the specific quotation attributed to him, said that he v/as not responsible for press reports in his name, except those which he had personally submitted and signed. Addressing a meeting in Tel Aviv. Deputy Dflen>e Minister Shimon Peres said that Israel'.Arab population can be divided in three categories: the indifferently resigned; the hostile resigned: the active hostile. Israel, he said, is vitally concerned ato which of' these elements will dominate the' Arab community. "We are out to prevent their domination by the extremis:: bs public pressure or by terror, ahappened .n Algeria," he added. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami. 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INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR SH0'"R00MS AND DISPIAY 100K FOR TWO-STORY WHITE BUIL0INC MAY m SERVE TOO AS VII HAVt SO MANY OTHERS 3253 S.W. 8th STREET HI 4-1614-HI 4-2157 MtMORIALS Of BtAUTY DIGNITY AND PERVANEvry GRANITE MEMORIAL ARTS isions require ti me ^AAXkv Sureh it u only good sense to devote antu< h attention to selecting • family burial estate ayou would to making your will, Yet ..> often onr tend-, to postpone this important del igjon until an rmrrg'-ncy ari-rlant t,,ilj\ (he !•-! time to -lart pljnnmg? Wh> not find out alM>ut Mount Nebo now, Here, in Miami'* finett and oldest Jri>d cemetery, a Perpetual Care ll "" 1 e ling $100,000, guarantees ihe (" %  rrnanrnt beauty in. I care of Mount Nebo. Vou never pas for maintenance tax.-an,I --••--iii.-nicannot (>• %  levied And Mount Vbo ii v ttttnely tovttt ...>,> ""''''•' • %  %  to wtUtatiMiAtd il has already been Ihe • hoi I .AT 4.000 Jewish families \K h> not secure lull details? 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paw Page 16-B iewletfkrkfc*" Friday. February 2. 1962 UNDER TH£ I1MC1 AND CONSTANT SUPERVISION THE ORTHODOX VAAD HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA RABBI OR ISAAC H.RSH EVER, DIRECTOR PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9th FRE E! There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this sale! We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases at no extra charge. Please place your order EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire. Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee! BEEF Forequarters 165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE € lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF C lb. 30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE RACK OF LAMB 5 to 6 LB. AVERAGE 69 lb. BEEF CHUCK 90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE 7 C lb. BREAST OF BEEF 9 lb. WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE CHUCK OF LAMB 15 to 20 LB. AVERAGE 49 lb. GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER 4.3 c ^ a f Liver ^ b. + 9', ID AV/COA^C 2' 2 LB. AVERAGE • It TT.J STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THES E LOW. LOW PPlfKi NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchester Shopping P| a:a 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH



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Page 6-A fjewlstflcrkfiair Friday. February 2, 1962 IETTER TO THE EDITORReviewer Told She Missed Pcint ... I. AM t. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: (in: ..I almost rifly reviews from th( entire English-speaking world, the iii.c provided i>> your paper l, ars the dubious honor <>t being Hi.onlj unfavorable critical api raisal. "Long is the Road to Free (I. in" was published ;*> a lesson in Jewish political self-reliance. All other reviewers understood that. ;i a true story written by a hero o! the lighting Jewish underground. it would not necessarily be a polls! ed literary work. Thej realized its importance as an historical source and as •> guide to the conduct oi future generations n leaches us that a few men lighting for freedom can prevail against the most terrible ol modern political phenomena, the police state. Thi> is the message ol Ya'aeov Meridor. It".is the sirmon for the twentieth century American That Hilary Mindlin, your reviewer, saw fit to ignore these vital ideas in favor of an analysis of the maturity of Mr. Stephen Longstreet and a speculation into my nature was most disheartenFOR TRAVEL ISRAEL 'CONSULT US FOR DETAILED INFORMATION WE VE BEEN THERE SAIL ON S.S.ATLANTIC... S.S.OLYMPIA..'. S.S. ISRAEL... S.S.ZION... S.S.JERUSALEM. FROM 266 it h his wife, Rhoda, and two sons He is president ol ihe Broward Zionist District and serves as chaplain al the Florida State Menial Hospital, as well as a number ol other secular a n d community groups Charnow this week announced C( mmitlee members as Sidney .1. Goldsmith. Aaron Kalis. Manny Ansel. Joseph Handshu. and Mrs. .lorrj Greene. JWV Rummage Sale Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. Miami Beach Post x\. \~ sponsoring a rummage sale at 211 N\v 4th St., from Feb. -t to 25. STUDENT TOURS TO EUROPE BY STUDENT SHIPS AND SABENA JETS op to 88 DAYS 14 COUNTRIES UP HILLY ALL-INCLUSIVl ORGANIZED BY LEADING AUTHORITIES ON STUDENT TOURS Famous special atmosphere of student sailings with shipboard activities arranged by student counsellors. Great variety of programs, with many unusual educational and entertainment features. Meeting with European students and prominent authorities. The latest in jet planes. JUNE-JULY deporlures-AUG.-SEPT. returns SPACE LIMITED-RESERVE NOW PartidpoKon lirmttd 10 bona Rd CO if g. i-udtfill. A MMtM ol binki %  Mitabll N it.if.rt ,kjp |„ Hrm requiring FASSA5E mtv Col', wnlt or com* in for inloimolion and foldtrt, CHUCK HALL TRAVEL SERVICE 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., MB. JE 1-1195 but -the onlj sour Long is the Road to Freedom II al most ol yi ..... ten III have your paper eadin %  -. BURTON A. RAVINS P-.-ak Pub %  &f 0:1s TVuntJ. Cilif. S : .... ..... ...... ..•-.. i j 1 %  %  %  %  1 .....,.I stu A 10 '• %  ... .'.."' %  %  ..... I 1 New Owners for Bank Ownership ol Ihe Bank ot Miami Beach was gained this week by Louis E. Corrington, jr., a Chicago banker and a group ol associates who purchased controlling stock from Martin I). Van Zamft, head ol the bank since 1957 Corrington was elected president. Among the newly-elected directors is Howard Aivey. Chicago attorney and partner 111 the law tirm ol Arvey, Hoiies and Mantynband. SHEMTON IIOTEI? CONFIRM BOTH ^.. H l K MUX I IJJ j IT'S DONE VIA RESEMMtl UNIONS EXCLUSIVE ELECTRONIC COMPUTER! Just call PLaza 1-0961. SHERATON HOTELS 60 hotels in 42 at39., / Compare \ %  • and you il CO • \H0/ HO STEAMSHIP CO. Mil NO 2. MUM FMONE F8 9-313$ / EUROPE-GREEK ISLANDSISRAEL New York to New York by DEPARTING APRIL 26 IRELAND ENGLAND HOLLAND SWITZERLAND ITALY GREECE CYPRUS ISRAEL j SICILY GIBRALTAR I PORTUGAL NOVA SCOTIA "One Week in ISRAEL optional (S22S.OO SHIP 50 DAYS All Inclusive $895 00 'All Transportation, First Class Hotels, All Meals, All Sigtitseeintj, All Shore Excursions, Transfers, Baggage Handling, etc., etc. L INTERCONTINENT TRAVEL SERVICE 304 N.E. ||| street, Columbtis Hotel Miami 32, Florida FRanklin 1-8414 Please send information on Israel Tour Name Address City



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Page 16-A +Jmi$* Fkrtf&r Friday, February 2. 13S2 From My Diary By MAX l£RNEf UN/TED NATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE mm RiPQM USSR Implicated on Bias Charges ... .. .... ... ,h„ enviPl Union Plied •> ,h %  • %  •* %  "" /MONDAY SI \• • i< ':'.. y. Jjnuica Kit II I J'l ... rightly ca I • k A %  % %  • ring River, for almost thm > time is all but i Nee* %  • ••'. %  • %  hav< %  • I M |UCI : '"' the I .s. There is an %  X V %  ••, boys I a I %  ns. and so 1 %  nai i hav. • • n^iex I %  • continu. 1 kru : .." n > n > :: s luck >' .,,-.; %  • • %  • %  --.; %  .. par M is .,: rn> per science had the hich I had to putter nehert But *hen ii .a natter I n mil at Rocring Rivei A..-. road* ol \ %  slai lle-jumpei TUESDAY-:• Xm P ml del r< ••"-' ,' : verj Latin Amerw twr Whatever • %  I ... ..s a chance to sh [hat hemis possibli iive securitj regimes n>iant y moving I rd a g e I thl ; t rid as a e is s | %  of setting ; ;-••:•%  ..• '•-. %  .ill do il any of its • %  • %  conspira; .%  '.-... %  %  Secretary Rusk mav use ,,... % % %  %  • b i 51 • niy '.':•-'. • tions ... .->iracy and sustain* %  • : _\, bei cess of his is ini %  • %  -•-.•.how the re> • I E the America* %  WEDNESDAY%  : %  •: %  Prt >. : <' K• %  • • %  with it. • scs agsin the question [ what hi! % %  • saved and • -•.-. %  %  .• :• %  his meeting %  %  of th< Kmti %  %  %  %  ..• %  ,... %  %  • $ there is little 1 nt Ker %  %  %  %  ; i. r m v eft on his ox tegy. Se< %  • ngress thai is %  %  I -.• luck ill be able i l< Rus s *r.. -.-.'• %  • %  • • | : there :> as ye! -• Nor • el'S .. ... M N_ • z*i ad hat t< • % %  %  :••.• % %  ••. ties. Yet bott -._ • • ,. THURSDAY%  • %  ... ... fending il %  run ..... t Kennedys es and f t stati sage turned -' even the stale of his back. U ?. as if u ...... %  | .'. % %  %  %  • %  • %  st as the pros Lun I'NITED NATIONS JT.A — 11 N ^ [ci G tvernnieni was imptithis %  eek in charges I enmtna ing aajust Jew> in an ad :,. made b a -• %  '• %  ; : • % %  ,%  \ en: ion < D senmi lation Protection I "tics Spe -. -. f tne Co lewisl Organ. • ai Bnth. B : %  : -:. Ji a h< S :• W Boai.i : •'< %  • -" Dei tie—Dr WilK %  } •' ical his %  dress that Jews in the Soviet Union ,re denied the right of migration to „her countries despite the fact hat manj ol Ihem seek to be united with th ir families abroad. He thej are virtual captivebeI -walls fi [uratively ami literal•v." The CBJO representatives also implied criticism against the So vie? Un.cn for failing to report on i's emigration and immigrat on polkta, as requested by the United Nations. He p>innied out •Hat only 53 governments had reDeny Egypt Seeks U.S. Cotton Continued 'rom Pi?* 1-A ressi : sal sficai i • %  "' %  < re:• %  thai Egypt I aid He -. • Coi %  • -t — far fear I ia: r.1 "" tton for Rus' %  • %  %  by d ... %  exerted grea ... iuse ol com•.• • %  a cotl %  rke's m c. u plied to that roquost. Th Sov.-Union is not amonfl tho 53 members. Adhering 10 the subetMBnisslon'i rules, which forbid criticisms ,. any UN member'State. Dr. Kor t did nol mention the USSR by name However, he pointed out that. '• certain areas: There are discnm nations against nationals wishing u leave the country: that religioi groups are affected by general pn> hibitions against travel abroaS and thai the moral and ham.: larian principle of reunion of f.i i lies*' are denied— referring ob\ i Russia's lorbiddinu ol i ,, travel to Israel. Making it clear he as ref.rr-, jews in th