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The Jewish Floridian ( February 9, 1962 )

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eJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY ~.e 23 — Number 6 Micmi, Florida, Friday, Februcry S. 1962 Two Sections — Price 11 HOSTS fOR COMB'.HED JEWISH APPtAL Jewish A Charges oiism "hese tv.'O community leaders and their wives will be the icur airmen lor a reception at the Americana hotel Sunday rhl honoring Ambassador Michael Comay. Ambassador of :ael to the United Notions. They are She-pard Broad [leil "rnest Janis. Mr. end Mrs. Erccd end Mr. and Mrs. Jcr.:s officiate III the reception line immediately preceditia 'he ecdership dinner. (See story Pcje 9-A.) U Nu 'Explains' Statement With Nasser on Mid E ast JERUSALEM— ii! ... i Soviet 1 %  nd B id< nc icia ; nti-Jew ish camp.:.. Thi • further ; ttempts | c th< leadership of tl sh communities in Eastern Europe." ru sait -' em< ll another official effort to assimilate h i com muni ic E\ i ry %  'ommu is' authorit i into a series of mysterious acei-a ions and n i s which a: ibly d ma! % % %  objection to Jewish aspirations." Bible Reading In Pennsylvania Schools Felled I HIA (JTA) — A hree-judge Federal court • n this week that the Finn law on Bible-reading in chools was uncons'itution::•. unanimous decision, the .<-cl trie recita'.ion of the Prayti .. i art of Bible read. i ;n public schools ol i. .%  I I %  originally had been • i.Edward L. Schemp. (i I nitarian, and ".he law td unconstitutional by a • u 'urt here The aw was then amended to "c-'inued on Page 6-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion -. It this week thai he had :•(• litter from Burmese Premier U Nu explaining the declaration the Burmese leader had signed Jointly with President .Nasser, of Egypt. n Cairo. Mr. Ben-Gurion said he was "completely satisfied'" with I" Nu as a staunch friend of Israel. In the join; Nasser-U Nu statement. the two Government leaders pledged •support for the full restoration of all rights of the Arab levpie of Palestine in conformity with the Charter and the United Nations resolutions." The Israel Premier conceded that the initial announcement Of the join: declaration had caused him •'unpleasant surprise" but that he had discounted the importance of the statement after reading the Burmese Premier's letter He said Masser had obtained trom the Burmese leader nothing more '.hen ar. endorsement of his known posiContinued from Page 3-A i The Jewish Aoency leader ridicule.1 the Trud assertions that Zionism was a "reactionary movement, pledged to the service of imperialism." He stressed that Zionism in fact was a movement of rescue of masses frc -i t ; -.e perils of annih : !a'ien a-.i of th-ir liberation from the plight c" inferiority, The Zionist r-ove.-le-t, !;e pointed O-it, had f-a sforn-.ed these if had saved "Ir'o a peeole Subsisting by its own to:!, creating economic and cu tural va'ues and shaping its c.-.n fite." Hi .. --.:.'. :l that Z nisn '.a."a nations I cioi < %  ; : .i %  h by its An sell reliai I .. achi %  eat thi %  .I -; %  •; ea edlj listory Bti ed : i ral C lira ( to S.i I • to th • lti Si ol the its purpose did not Er:c A -' ivent to the Middli East eight years ag-i suit their policy or region President E.or to draft the plan for a prep Meanwhile, R. N Carvalho. pres"J r daa River Author::;. 11 b< a principal speaker at the nat il Ident of the Anglo-Jewish Assn inaugural conference for the 1962 Israel Bond campaign. declared in London this week that The conference, to be held Fel IRIC JOHNSTON President's tmiua/ Eric Johnston Will Address Israel Bond Convention Here the bringms of criminal charges 23 to 2." al : i I eai hotel. "against dMIiugMiahcd rabbis and will also celebrate :he 70th birthleading member* if the Jewish laj of Ed or, noted cornelian. Police Searching for Traces Of Terrorists in Los Angeles ELI JTA — Po%  i here were continuefforts to d< termine the : two bombings thai Ii -• Thurs la; ighl agi si ..(.• I bnstian minis. • r< ;. lr< ssing a a chapter of the Amenongress here. The mplc Sinai, had been ..-The Extreme Democracy?" leaflets were spread • facing the -> u ei ting was under way had damaged the • two ministers, the Simmons and the Walker, but no one red A third speaker at • ting was film actress MarAccording to Miss Hunt. • • (l posters, linking Nations emblem with %  of David and the Com'la.vimer-and-sickle symbol, • scattered while the meetdent of the S a n r (iiapter of the American Assi .he United Nations. pi lice here said that onlj l ; u rts from the bomb.used have thus far furnished any clue :o the perpetrati rs ol the bombing. The i • the two minis t< rs we II as of Miss Hunt were beini guarded Police Inspector Edward Walker said I" n he w as nol i tain whether the bombing had been clone by followers of right-wing groups or by Communists, spokesmen fur both the Communist Party and the John Birch Society denied any of their followers w e r e involved. i A statement issued in New York by Dr. Joachim Pnnz. national president of the American Jewish Congress, said the bombings marked "an ominous, new phase in the campaign of t h e extreme right Continued on Page 2-A Dr. Neumann, Mrs. Halprin To Alternate as Leaders JERUSALEM—(JTA)—Mrs. Ro-t Halprin and Dr. Emanui Neumann will alternate annually as chairmen of the executive oi thi ;^h Agency in New York until the n<\: World Zionist Congress i 1'ecided here this week al the closinj sessioi oi the Jewis %  nary meeting. At Dr Neum tin's Mrs Halprin will serve for the Moshe Kol lies V. I led this w %  < '. • shout Israel have been prepai some 5 %  ave immigral • ..• -. : out peopl< nstituti I thai • %  i aduated thi: • pated addil numbei of | %  • %  %  care to 12.1 • rted, firsl year The Ajency a'so appointed Sam Levin, secretary genera! of rho Israel Office of the South African Zionist Federation, as coordinator with govornmonf dopa.-trrer.ts on promotion of immigrants from free countries. He will have access to government and Agency offices with the objective of improving liaison on Aliyah facilities. Cantor has held an important position of leadership in the Israel Bond Organization since its inception tl years ago. Last month, he was elected nation il chairman of the Builders of Israel, a division of the Israel Bond effort concerned with financing 'he construction of housing for new immigrants. The nationwide birthday tribi • Cantor on Saturday evening, Feb. 24 will be the highlight uf the inaugural conference to launch 1962 campaign for the sale a minimum of S66.500.000 in Israel Bonds 'More than 2.000 persons parts of the Unil : .-:. tes ai anada are i xp eti • vho is .president oi on 1 ire Assn oi Amor as president ... ire Export Assn., and if Motion Picture Prn• • is a furnu-r presi lenl S Chamber of Commerce. In ad) he is associated v :th lustrial and financial throu [hout the countrj three decades, he has Continued on Paot 16-A AUTHORITIES P.iPORT 'ASTOMSWm PISEMBLANCE' Brazil Police Check Mengele Prints RIO DE JANEIRO—(JTA)—Rio police said this week they were awaiting fingerprint records from West Germany of Dr. Josef Mengele, a long-sought Nazi killer, to compare with those of a man under arrest here on suspicion that he is Mengele. The suspect, who was seized at a health resort in Pocos do Caldas, said his name was Kc'oman Schueller and that he was a Hungarian citizen. The suspect, a sales manager for a Rio firm, was described by police as having an "astonishing" resemblance to the hunted Nazi doctor. Dr. Mengele was the "selector" of Jews in the Auschwitz are ler gtn-Belsen death camps to be senl gas chambers, permitting victims to live for i purposes. He w as have been hiding in Ara for mi time after fleeing the collapsing Nazi regime : the war. It had also rted that he left Argcn. telj after former SS I Eichmann was seized the spring of I960.



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Pcce 2-A iw J^H I <# %  ffr ridfat"' Friday. February 3. 1362 Awards Slated At Bureau's Winter Meeting L I conii -•repcrl u 1 .ties ,. lewis Eitica(. • p)e Mi '.. : Beacli oi I 5 at 8:15 ] %  n i to the i. ers of / %  %  n:est cosonson I i i erican Jewish Congr< -] rida Worm n's Drt sion, %  year's contes' on %  Peace—What Doe., Ju [ i It' rid "Man's Respoi • Man—The Jewish Point oi View." .'uttses in the contest are Mrs. Reyna Youngerman ant! Charles Jsccfeson, local artists; Leo Mindlin, executive editor of the Jewish Floridian; Mrs. David MosWot and Louis Schwartiman, executive director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The second contest will feature BcMwl champions in the Bureau's annual Hebrew Vocabulary 'Bee.'' meetinj 111 also include a i.g he v.as not guilty. c<'* -r let the courts "mercy," fii*c ceclaring the defense is "asking for justice." Accor ling defei >, Cohen taid he wos t down" bl the G .. ernment's offi he sail I %  hi that lh< foreign a*, to wh jed the 1 I tormatton, \ u "an ag< • l The p." • %  ha -"r, r& m %  -•• natty on t hi ground thai her a leader con> in.;... t. • •' wTi %  than i crime i m:tn '> an trdlnarj nan." RASSCO ISRAEL CORPORATION AFFILIATE OF PASSCO MMA> IA M tvm HUOMAII SETTLEMENT CO., LTD.. TEL AVIV Founded in 1934 By THE JEWISH AGENCY t$S Phone: JE 8-1818 % %  c-' m 5-7 ^ WE INSUU GLASS FOR EYEttY PVRP&SE STORE FRONT PLATE AK'O WINDOW GUSS Furniture Tops, Bee.(i! Mlrrorl and Resi/ver^n; Our S P i. i''r L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 5.V.. 8th ST. Morris OrQa "ho-e FR 1-1343 -INSURANCE __ ONE STOP AGEN'VT ^\ f^ JEWELRY—fURS—MISCELLANEOUS PLOATIt* W£ '£% AUTOMOIILE LIABILITY A PHYSICAL DAMA*I %  ftiCTP LlmiM '* m ** t ,0 "' *** 4 m 11M AMcy that CAN to* TIS1 DH'I lot yoer ojeot My "It Coo t Be DOM" ACKERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 17 k.L lit AVL FR I-2EM o FI 1-4 "Procjfossing with Our Many Satisfied Customer*" ANOTHER LOCATION FOB YOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. AT" • "*tAltirr" • "NAT" TOUI TIXACO OTI Corel Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8ft. St. NONET AMD MOST %  -'ttOFCM... -••; I0C C-Hi. IN COIAI UBIES 6V?i A FAMILY TRADITION Band Upon I en te Service • Comlort c %  f lccriento Fjcilities • KC t'tantion i-o Catc to DttlH MEMORIAL CHAPELS -%  I; •' Highland 3-2231 •ector trd Z-lbert



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Friday. February 9. 1962 fJenisfi fBorMkun Page 3-A Clergymen Will Attend Institute m hu: tired a i I Eiftj Protestant rg> will atte I innual Instifor he Chris m Clergy to be : i a: Temple Israel ol Greater Mondaj Di si don %  3 ank, professor Biblt at the I !brew Union Col1 _>• Hi Cincinnat 0 will address • %  •• clergymen E)r Blank will de.i i; i lectur m the Hebrew • ; nets The :! irgymen will bo I •. guests of remple Israel at a n< he i and rera i n I blowing Dr. Blank's lectures for a visit through %  synagogue. lir Blank was >rdained at the : brew L'nion (ge in 1923 and reive* his Doctorate in Germany i 1925 He also studied at the brew University in Jerusalem. [n 19;i2. ho 3 TV d a> national ident of the Soci stj of Biblical : lerature. !!_' •• the author of a ber oi books in the Hebrew he:*. Dr. Eisendrath Due to Install Rabbi Podet Here 1 illed :ispintu il I'I Ju Ion pi %  %  nil ervices ol the Tem "eb 23. %  %  iill be Rabbi a ii ii e N Eisen ihe I'i ion of Amerii 'on .ire lation \ Ben Es =en pres i lei I f mn'e -:i d v. e lm laj lh il "we %  re honored thai Dr. Eisei %  uith us foi Ihe nst i R .1 h Podel al "as % %  • %  L" \.;c 1943, •v E has guiti i the i peri The inizal i %  repre %  • %  ovei 6 10 Rel n ions, with i • sonit 1.000, • TSI Essen meanw % %  •• %  i \! Jacobson and Sam Wetssel as cochairmen ol the insta iti gether with the members Temple Judea board ol lirectors According to Essen, national, stnte and local dignitaries have been inviled to attend. Cantor Kusevitsky At Kneseth Israel t the Hendo Londurin i ,i I at Jews ha s sii i Isra Cana!a. i States, • %  rii of CANrOff 0.4V/D XUSfV/TSKr World renowned Cantor D..vid Kus vitskj will offici lie I E services of Ki seth Israel ( mgregation on ] I \ II e eg ns al 5 : Cantor Kuse\ itskj will a irning, Fi I l 8.C0 a.m. He will i i |tp< • al Kneseth : r, a. conccrl on Sui I 25. Cantor Kusevifsky w'as a U line al o child performer in the Vilna Choir-School and later in the Vilna Great Syraj igue He gra from ihe Vilna Academy of Music \' ii!i highest honors. At 13, he was invited tj become choir leai'er in ihe synagogues of K:emanice. LerrLerg, and Rovno. He later officiated in various cities in Europe, anc 1 subsequently Lcca/ne chief cantor of Rovno. F: r some 12 years, he was i Adult Session Slates Speakers At Temple Judea's third session At 9 p.m., Arthur Roslchan, exol adult education Tuesday evenecutive iirector of the Greater Hiing. 8 p.m Rabbi Mordecai Podet ami Jewish Federation, will speak will lecture on "A Guide lor Libon "Miami Jewry Tomorrow and oral Jews." i Today" Woodwinds Will Be Explained An x of nstr in : >ri will be te ol !• Ser s si by the Mia ii HA Bra I schi Ear afternoon at 2:1 the Wood nted b> the L'ni\ ersit) ni t ind Quintet. Directed by Julien Balo^h. assistant prof* ssor oi %  ood il the university, the Woodwind Quintet will present excerpts from musical compositions, explaining I te role of their instruments as I iej proceed. MD Discusses Space Medicine S| act Medi • %  n the Space was the subject ii an address ntlj hv Dr S a lley .'. ColOl \liarDr < Itune • i lit utenant comnder in the U 5. Navy Reserve. He si oke befor r mbers of the \ >rth SI ore i -•• Jewish War terans, at an • the Norn miy i-,.' Br %  • %  :' Washington ... Saving %  '. oan Assn Burma's Premier 'fxp/oins' Cc-ntinuej %  J— Page 1-A • %  • %  irl United Ben-Gurion led thai Nasser ; I the joint • claration t< rea > enrsement o: .%  Burmese Pro's 5 v hich Nashimself di ja %  'THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGFD needs for its THRIFT SHOP All your furniture, clothing, linens, dishes, drapes, etc. All proceeds go towards support of •ho Home, You mjy contribute, like • tax deduction or will pay cash for same. Remember ... we are NOT a profit-making organisation ... We *-e helping your community to keep its dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbers—remember—we can use • II your jutcests or misfits. Pease call us for early pick-up. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 5737 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 3-2338 Closed Saturdays AAJGUST BROSRy £ la the BEST? r< THE PLACE FOR YOUR SAVINGS... the reasons? | Sound, Conservative Management M Resources Exceeding 175 Million Dollars %  Reserves Over 12 Million Dollars %  One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest %  Serving Dade County Over a Quarter of a Century | Current Dividend Rate on Saving? 4 '/4 Per Annum Intended Dividend Rate PAID QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS Savings Accounts Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an Agency f the Federal Government Open sr odd to your Ood? Federal Savings Account by Tuesday, Feb. "One of Ihe Nalion's Oldest and largest" g ade Federal


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"rge 4-A +Jei&ner*fc*r Friday. February 9, 13S2 JMIiiUIMM Jewish Floridian :. r TICZ and PLANT — 120 NX Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Ti'.etvpe Communications Miami TWX MM 395 s-,. : %  ,., .' % %  ;,i' 5? :x.Pi i ->t Miami. Florid*. Th. Jw,.h Floridi.o has absorbed• ^{f^".^^ the Jew.sh weekly. M.mMr o( e Je^iJ T',J Aaeney. Seven Arts F-aturSyndicate. Worldwide *.-•* SriieJ. Nauinal Editor-, I s". Amer.can Assr. f En a i.sh.Jewi5M Newspapers, and the Flor.da Press AM"?ED :<. 5HOCKET Editor and Publisher LID MINDLIN Executive Editor StLMA M. THOMPSON ,Att to Publisher V.-..!-•• '• Floridian ioe< not % % % %  <..: % %  % %  • %  the lahreta % %  %  % % %  • "SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year 15 00 Three Vear. SOJ0 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL Bl/REAU Telephone 4-2861 202 Ben Yehuda Tel Aviv. Israel 7 AY I. BINDER Correspoi Volume 35 Number 6 Friday. February 9. 1S62 1 Adar 5?22 Man and His Government Minis Z. ....'... i h : = : %  • : h Ecy; Th c; : %  %  %  %  • %  "s long shov is a t e s: e -: loi ."•' %  -. -5 c'.so t: -? thai :: the stat smer.l :s zr. 2::: ticn of his person 3: the M: ddle East condition How sould he St iew firm its implications with respect to Israel? No one denies U %  ".. tn : ;• acts c: warmth in behalf of Israel s bes: interests as they have been expressed in Burma-Israel cultural technological, and diplomatic relations; in the Premier's stand at the recent unaligned notions confer.er.ce; and on the occasion of Mr. Een-Gunon's even more recent visit ic U Nu's homeland. Nevertheless, these must be weighed ccainst the meaning of the U Nu-Nasser statement to the interests of Israel in the Middle Ecst. Perhaps a healthy friendship does exist zetween Ben-Gurion and U Nu based upon a mutual sense of respect for one another's love c: the classical wisdoms. But does the Burma Premier tend to distinguish somewhcrt between his friend as a man and the nation he heads? Certainly, a good deal of this kind of cmbivalence is manifest in U Nu's signing of the Nasser statement. Mr. Ben-Gurion says he ur.derstands it all. Perhaps it takes an equivclent understanding of the deepest impliccticns in the religious philosophies of which both Premiers are such notable exponents befcre most of us can lay claim to the same kind c: understanding. But all one can do at the moment is to trust that Mr Ben-Gurion has made no mistake. Criminals Must be Caught The bombing in Los Angeles cctr.es hard cr. the heels or the recent synagogue bombing in Chicago end the attempted desecration by c youth this week o: still another synagogue ir. Texas. Such terrorism, w h e t h e r patently antiSemitic or an expression of extreme Right recction, must be nipped quickly: for nothing wiil encourage would-be cambers' so much as the fc-.lure of the authorities to came up with the c Lilprits involved. The police record during the past decade hes been a patently miserable one in the matter of solving these crimes. Gastonia, N.C.. our own City of Miami; Birmingham, Ale.; Jacksonville. Fla.; Atlanta, Ga. — these and other communities across the nation have suffered the blight of socially undesirable, demented malcontents who attacked Houses of Worship, destroying private property, placing human life in danger, and challenging fundamental American principles of liberty, in their mentally ill efforts to puff up their egos. The record of their "successes" is unmarred by the record cf our law enforcement authorities to apprehend them and bring them to justice. Thus far. the police of Los Angeles are working unrelentingly to make an arrest in the bombing last week that followed a panel discussion on the American extreme Right. The eyes of the nation are on the efficiency c? the police there — and so ars the eyes of tne crackpot Right ^Trjfck On Meeting Human Heeds Greater Miami Jewry will gather Sunday evening to hear an address by Israel Ambas sador to the United Nations Michael Com ay They will also be gathering to affirm their unanimous determination to support to the limit the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. The leadership dinner will see many a: the community's top men and women as they meet together to take a breather from their vigorous CJA activities since the recent launching of the "New Horizons" drive. What these leaders have vowed is to make this year's one of the most successful Combined Jewish Appeal campaigns in Greater Miami history. What they have vowed is to assure the ongoing programs of CJA local affiliate agencies and to fulfill Jewish needs abroad. includes the needs of Israel — the vast immigration and upbuilding programs there. Ambassador Comay will be able to tell Greater Miami Jewry something of these r.eea; Sunday evening. But from experience ove: the years, they well know what is so desperately required right here in our own community. The Combined Jewish Appeal is dedicate; to meeting these needs. And Greater Mian: Jewry is dedicated to assuring CJA the fullest success possible in 1962. Is it Really Dr. Mengele? To many victims of Nazism, the name cDr. Josef Mengele strikes even more terror their hearts than does Adolf Eichmann's. For Dr. Mengele was directly involved in some 0: the most brutal inhumanities that the Hitler Third Reich boasts to date. It was Dr. Mengele who. by a flick oi 1 white-gloved wrist, decided which innocent women should die immediately — and which should be subjected to the pain, torture and indignity of his medical "experiments. Brazil police now believe they have captured Mengele. There is good evidence that he fled Argentina immediately followinq the Israeli capture of Adolf Eichmann. All sicras point to the fact that he is still alive We hope it is Mengele. even if we doubt the alarm. But the sound and the fury of the tichmann trial inevitably lead to the | question concerning the lives of tho who sought the final solution: "Thewhat 1. during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINOLIN concluded I ii much too younj I FIRST appeared in these parts back in 1647. I had rot yet turner! twenty-threStudent at the University of M ; ami promptly concluded* t was a veritable Methuselahcert a i n I y much too old t > launch an academic regitr 1 toward a degree. When 11 came generally know that i had arrived as a teacher st -ad. they just as pr.)n: [n this mesh of contrasting opiiC i.rciuutru i J> % % %  ... .*>>* j — % %  -• %  ions. I found myself frightfully i'.or.j. A Don-Jewish col.eague to 1 pi i on me — aid suggested I move to Miami Beach. I ignored h benignly segregat>on-mind< I ad-, ice, but jouneved by bus across %  • • bay to Join what was then called the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dues were twenty-five dollars — a staggering figure for me il [•me. if a laugl -" i:: terms of today's c ,. v quentl: appeared among others ..1 1 1 the C tter Bulletin. For a m j eeting in the congregati >n's %  .. • %  .. %  • %  tel) .. % % %  : %  iahlss. My r -. • the S : : %  • T %  : %  %  S — • • ; :>. i .... .... arec: i %  %  • %  %  %  %  11 I 1 suitable addit. 1 1 %  %  te well of me %  \ > call and i '" I was at the time s %  •'•..--All cf •. hich is 1 -. m re current react! • ,-1 ieatre very v irlj last Wed rung 1/. sun is • | ag to 1 thi i. against th • •' lasha Skulnik." MVoTffS Of THI HtAYY STVfr Q"j MY RETURN j igain passios the w theatre. I drove throug a mass of 1 is ind klieg -•pointing a: the open lobby, thru ;b ch patrons walked • forth. High overhead, Menasl 1 SkuL-.ik flickered in a moving ric tapestry, itsha ms projecting a block awa> down onto the wooden shack offici Coconut Gr \e real e-tate a^ent 1 er kept his appoint,;-. %  -.• .-1 • "What must this man think no I mdered. have v. 1 id 1 er or not Jev I nd it %  lifficull these lays to buy a h^r:-' r,r "' %  although i would rathei imagine that things must over the years But. if I lej have. I am almost rtain 1 ic ntr bute i 1 thing 1 > the %  change must be a social pher hi 1 is simply cm %  1 accept ;;anotl • %  ,g, ',.', ite A • %  I make I < %  :• lea for Menash 51 ; a* a reflection I to the theatre Fa is irdeit admirer and •sor.al fi %  : :: • %  iille-s'vle n sic • Fuchs louse, sta • stuff : : r Sing £ SHINiS fCK t StCOHD rti* A = A CHILD, i • rrendous breach of a SJ ": %  %  father aceo •• itr [f |get .: sly repress I %  ; 5J uh • %  %  bin not to be contra prove his faahft • -BU .. Isav Uenasha Skulnik here last WMOT in The 19th Cousia a kind of self-resentment for iaugl ,. %  ;, %  ''.''" > ; r %  could not help wondering how of the Coconu, Grove dowagers -eats surrounding • %  ;;-',:: >f a Menasha Skulnik the actor, and hew mans were %  •"• 'hen it was at Jews the) were laughing and therel V *',?' r they honestly laugh at the comedy or. Jt ">e comedian, unacqua thej were, except in t. reotype burlesque ah 1;fe and %  artistic projection 1 : ; '""i" la ; a: -' %  agent who never ?^ 1Dtm .!" J' the audience that night .[:-•;•-'' • 'or a second time in two years. Men. shines down from tl irove nnrga,, And. as % %  ;.,"" U U) ^"hs takes his place when SI 2 2£" ; : ;' Sunday. Has anyone other ha Skulnik brought su the Grove before" Sad UataSi^L 1 ^ i a private dinner part' ,,k a '"' ne fnends in once sacred C the border of perhaps



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Friday. February 9, 1962 +**istfkrkti?>r) Fccre 5-.. 1FTTER TO THC HHTORPope John Urges Unity for Us All It ."OR. The Jewish Floridieri: -. -. ..I r, t. 11 |C0B1 the Vatiii -:..; .•> %  -• Dr. Eugene Hevesi. |,jj< of .;r.i. Efld n Depar.raent ci i:. ;.; Jew isb Committt t. I pointed to head the y cf the i'.iver-i a Intel %  lale Deg.'i Studio Scclalc Pre Deo, on i.ttrgroup relations. He alreadj : %  ; in home and j'.artil his classes en Jan. 15. TS's university was established in !9 strict. %  '"•:, i i?cuss:i :• from (hi v'!! [clow, Record turn-ou! .nticipated according to J s) Repbun, president of thi Mi. '• i h District Assisting Enftj ire Abe Rubin, Al Lefkowitz. iian Weintraub, 'acob Fi Herman Wilson, Louis Rab'nowitz io^epr. Alter, ard Gt :;. %  : director. • tn Dominican. Attendance includes sme 2,000 Catholics, and from abott 21 nations Protestant, Moslem, Hindu and Buddhist students. The teaching material is prepared by a committee cons sting of Catholics. Protestants, and Jews from the United States. The charge in policy of the Vatit( ward the Jews can be attribilted to Pope John XXIII. who repeatedly calls for understanding justice. For example. Pope John gave instructions that Catholie tex'books and prayerbook? mid eliminate phrases de'.rimcn... to Jews. Now. by appointing Dr. Hevesi to 1 this new post, the Pope wants to bring Catholics and Jews closer together so that they should be abl( to fight the common enemy ;rn the Left and Right. Pope John is opening an entirely | new era in religious cooperation. H is proving to the world that we |; ;t all God's children and can iolli Him in spite of our doctrinal dilferences. EUGENE LYON Miami Beach New Air France Jet By Special Report NEW YORK Air France has taken delivery of the 100th French Caravelle jetliner produced by Sud Aviation The jet is the 28th CaraIvelle to jom Air France's fleet. When deliveries of Caravelie jetGeneral Solicitation plans for the Combined Jewish Appeal cje discussed by these three leaders. Left to right are Milter. i ::.sam. chairman of the Printing gicup, Chcrles Held and ftrthux Degutz. committee members. Steinberg Book To be Reviewed Book of the Brunch Cluo sponsored by Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold the third in a series of book reviews in the Temple; Social Hall on Wednesday. ll:30| a.m. "As A Driven Leaf." by Milton Steinberg, will be reviewed by Rabj bi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual' leader of the Temple. Mr ? Fdward Hauler, club chairman, and Mrs. Ray Morse. Sisterhood president, invite members and friends to attend. Erunch will be served by Mes dames Jack Segal, Samuel Roman(fi. Richard Schwartz. Lillian Rothand Lee Gottlieb. L'CHAYIM to the American quality of greatness! Michael Hahn First Jewish Governor in the United States Born in Bavaria. Hahn was brought to America in infancy by his parents. The strife of the 1860s called forth his quality of greatness. Even though he lived In Louisiana, he spoke against secession, decried slavery and supported the policies of Abraham Lincoln. He won the office of Governor cf Louisiana in IBC-A, to become the first Jewish Governor in the United States. The UChayim Whiskey LPRD CALVEKT Truly the American Whiskey of Distinctionuncompromising people make Lord Calvert; discerning people enjoy It. m now \ STMKMT miUMU i turns W>WM.K> ei mum* vims %  C*WJ HJTIUIM CWAHT MC Y.C. liners to Air France have be 1 completed in 1963. the French A line will have 40 such jets in fleet. At present. Air France: a las 17 Boeing 707 Intercomtinen ietl on Inng-ranco routes incli • :ng services linking Paris a N'sw York. Chicago, Los Angeles. M • trcal. Anchorage, and Mexico Ci r> "Oil 0=3^' (M3-M-o-a-.)... no-isn b Bi r ivr: YOUR LINK WITH IMMORTALITY tf U^P H every human, heart i* the longinp for immortality.$b be forever remembered is the yearning which has filled man'? heart since the dawn, cf history. Xnj|eunsh tradition, nothing has been so endowed with. immortality as the link with, the land, of cJsrael. C/ou. may now establish alivina f rojcctin35RAEL bearing your name, throuylt a bequest in your will or assignment of insurance. LINK YOUR NAME WITH ISRAELI ftwii.m wina.1 JJ W——M— TRAYMORE Private Poe4 Beach im) Cabana Cc l( • / HOTEL At 24th ST.. MIAMI REACH ATite For n for-ntlefi • nd R*ervaticn> e Air ."i-r lontc floomi e Private Brach and Pool e P arKtng en Premisea -^ -B^ D?'"-y e Cockt.II wo-.no,* vT ^B Pet Pen. e Z r.-o Room ^^J Dbt TWIX i ITV GLASS CO. 6UARANT££D MIRRORS STORE FRONTS FURN(TUR£ TOPS ANTIQUE MiRRORS & RE-SILVERING AUTO CUSS lUSTUUD WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 • Uth StrMf, M.B. C'cs'd Soturdoys Tel. JE 14141 AiR COVDH.'ONEO HOI UCYAEtn SUM III SAMAIX SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COLONiCS MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Calls Ph. FR 3-1252



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Pcqe 6-A +J(1stFkrkti&r Friday, February 9, 1962 Seminary Leader To Speak Here i at Beth r. Joel S 17 years. F i iff] Louis E. Wolfson founder and trustee of Mt. Sinci Hospital, is honored al 3 tiday celebration by his coilecgues and cc-:our.cers at the Fontainebleau hotel. A plaque, representfawj bis philanthropic and service contributions to Mt. Sinai, -A as presented to him at the affair by Max Orovitz, chairman e: the board. Nuclear Warfare and Human Survival To Keynote 3-day Conference on Beach The deep concern lor human survival in a world threatened by nucltar warfare and what Judaism tin.t(i contribute to this problem w:ll be debated at a three-day conference on "Judaism and Survival" si; ted for Feb. 23 to 25 in Miami Beach. The meetings will be held on the occasion of the sessions of the exei icommittee of the Union of. an Hebrew Congregations. i ol :•:• irm temples and l( will take part in a series • hip services, meetir. ; nd a led by guishi :ers -uch as: Philip Wylle, noted author; |tbbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, UAHC president; Rabbi Roland B. Gittelsohn, of Boston, Mass., r-rhor of "Man's Best Hope;" Dr. Joseph Weil, scientist from the University of Florida; ConTENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACity I Won't Upset The Stomach Ari&t.r.k r.ot only £:ves stronger, farter relief from p;..n ef headache but ii alto taftr. Wcn't upset the %  ton.ach and has no bad effects. You ee, Anacin is like a doctor's pre•criptiin. That is, Aiacin contain! not just one tut a combination of meo.cally proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved no tingle drug can give such strong yet %  uib safe relief as Anacin Tablet*. gressman Abraham Multer, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Judge Emil N. Baar, UAHC board chairman. Sunday evening. Feb. 25. 8.30 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom. guests will hear a symposium on 'Morality and Fall-Out Shelters." Worshippers at a Sabbath morning service on Saturday. Feb. 24. at Temple Israel of Greater Miami will listen to a pulpit dialogue on • Judaism in the Space Age" between Rabbi Gittelsohn and Dr. Weil. The Friday evening Sabbath services will set the tone tor the conference with discussions and sermons on the theme. "Judaism and Survival." at Reform temples in the area. THE MADSSON Over/eokinn Oeeon at Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY Phor* 344-8191 Weekly Package Plan Incl. Mealt CCO90 tr Pe"*" from ^JlJ 2 m room PRIVATE BATH All FREE • ccc.ing on E:oad*alk Roll ng Chair Ride Ec> Sail Waler Taffy Cocktail Party PIUS free attractions av i'ble 10 gues's /•'ovies Pngo V Write for SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES DAILY RA'ES SO Per person F-c-i 2 in 'ocm Including Meals and Private Bath C. STIT2ER, Pre*. Pennsylvania Law Unconstitutional Continued from Page 1-A per nit pupils to be excused from participation in the classroom readings. The defendants were the School District in Abington Towr.ship and Charles H. Boehm, sur-erintemient 0 f public instruction in Pennsylvania. '• %  "• was amended, the 'viling was appealed Sti •' Supreme Court, h -enthe suit back to Philadelphia for frrthi r consideration ause of the amendment. Two Jewish organizations, the Philadelphia Jewish Relations Community Council and the American Jewish Congress, filed briefs f] ends -if the court in the hearin;.. The JCRC has contended that the growth of both religion and iemocratic society was best fostered in the home and houses of worship. The Congress brief challenged ; the practices as •'religious intrusions barred under the constitution." The decision is expected to be appealed again to the U. S. Supreme Court in time for it to act Dti the question before its June adjournment. 'Two Cultures' Discussed Subject for the adult discussion group at Dade Heights Congregation on Wednesday. 9 p.m.. will be "Americanism and Judaism — The Problem of Living in Two Cultures." %  advis ; ;s for Beginners %  : %  • lion of cal Seminars ; \ H? is cirec^cr of the Metropolitan Council of the United Synaoooue of America and a member of "the National Executive Coun%  th*. United Syti?6gue. seminar: for 15 IUI h i %  • ti .. HisCR. :m c-irfv; A.,for 1 A C s b y t a Ii n TALK TO OS ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS FINANCIAL NEEDS MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH OR the Mall • 420 Imcib load I Mtmktr: Fedrrel hum Syili • FnVl wtfrnn lw. t*p. ||j.***ka-* 7 wouldn't be without mv FLAMELESS ELECTRIC DRYER" Just look at my next door neighbor. The pily is that her wash was almost dry. Then w-o-o-s-h.-.a sudden gust of rain! I've been telling her to get smart and quit lifting, lugging and doing pin upe on a clothesline. J-et it rain let it pour, that's what an Electric Dryer is for. A home without a flameless Electric Dryer would seem oldfashioned to me now. Night or dav I can laugh at time and weather. Gone ia the pressure of washday. I jus, pop lhe towels, linens, shirt*, hngene. blue leans end my Uttie girl's hool dres** n ,„ my Electric Dryer and presto!...in no time at all, everything comes out caressingly tf I S O-IAPIO rco FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COM aoft and fresh as a flower. No sun-fade, no w i nd-damage, no dust-smudge, no arhmg back! And the time saved can 1* spent in much better ways with my family. For complete modern-day freedom from washday drudgery, youll eniov the "togetherness" of a flameless Electric Dryer, an Electric Washer, an Electric "sit-down Ironer.and a super-fast mpernfe Electric Water Heater for all th* hot water you need when you need it. St* your electric appliance dealer today. At LIMIIH Don o. **• l %  i QHlMl oui home -., '!„ WhAUION JW<1.



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Friday. February 9. 1362 vjenisti Fhrldifon Page 7 A U.S. Jews, Israelis Disagree on State Department By HARC-3 EI0L1N ,, i S] ; STON rTA) One ;., '.h,. .iversi. (radius about jp. v5 _v.; tevet taey are. or who* mo are-tiiat their con, clu,.o..> variably will be similar. Bin W • l it -''"'' !o the Uep jr t:mrI SU*. African Jews a„d IsrM • nws.it H* as uel be talking • •••' 'rely difterem matters. F;r 11 has become bun dai clear here thai Amen..,. .:-..• fetid ot State Re Ihd I'rae is another, have sxciltenl reasons iev P • can Jev port me A foi th • Fron Americ Icellent • [rae' vantage point. Israel Mlatioos are exVmericans r, the state -.vpartment ... • f:rthn;ht in with I•%  nations. Mo; iiins %  lings > r i b >:h sides are ,.,.-• %  tarochial interlsr feed, for iample, that a tru* P"n n pt* f •' cert'.al reli'iois -J •* 5 %  5*"!en their nation ;-: 5 X). 10. CO. IS.CC 39 ;j iguB itioni tax aaj.ctiole l Syrr Off \ 3 ; *i(0: < %  I Aud t:.. ..:• J(J 1-0477; I I -1ci A m Lincoln RdMian i FR a-stsj Ce -al GJOIUJ H' 9-2114 Man 0-der u 0 1*1 Sym Off p O Bo> 8085 Coral OaJMM M. Fla. E C NEF T CONCERT ALL PROCCKOS TO SYMPHOM-I FIND YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson Union This meeting of the mind dates from the Sinai incident which found Israel and the United States for the first time on opposite sides of a major issue. But it was ttte last time. Israel is said %  "• y to enjoy the respect and friendship of the State Department in th* same way as does any nation friendly to the United States. The burning issues which bother American Jews — NaoMrism, Arab list rimination against American Jews as individuals. Arab boycotts of Jewish-owned business firms, to name just a few—are of concern. of course, to Israelis, but hardly in the same sense that they outrage the American Jewish community. The feeling is. quite frankly, that when an American Jew is forced to make a round about detour in his travel plans M as not to land in an Arab country, : his is an American, and not an Israeli, problem. As one long-time student of Washington-Israeli affairs who now hold:, an important non-elective post on t h e Capital puts it: "Israelis are not particularly concerned when Elizabeth Taylor is place J on the Arab movie blacklist." While to Israel. Nasser may be only a nasty nuisance without whom the Middle East would be better off—a view supposedly also held by the State Department—to American Jews he is an opportuni>i who sells his favors to the highest bidder and pushes a policy of discrimination against American Jewish buisnessmen. Israelis may sometimes be unhappy with the lack of steady State Department prodding of Arab nations on various issues, but they listen tolerantly to the Department's explanation that constant needling of the Arabs will not change a thing and might even possibly result in provoking the Arabs still further. While the American Jew, however, may also understand the reasons for the State Department's policies and actions he is hardly tolerant. He is unhappy about it and says so. One of the most articulate and outspoken commentators on State Department Middle Eastern policy is New York Democrat Leonard Farbstein. A member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, who says flatly that the Departments policy of constantly looking t h e other way on Arab boycotts, blacklists and travel bans against Jews •takes the easy way out." Congressman Farbstein says the department "follows the line of least resistance—operating on the principle of retaining friendships and not irritating them It ia matter, he says, of who ian exert the greatest pressure. And thus far. American Jewish pressure has had little effect. In one of the most recent public statements on the issue, the State Department last November indicated it had no plans to act on the Arab boycotts unless it was shown that a boycott was based on religious discrimination and not on affiliation with Israel. Congressman Farbstein thinks the whole matter has been very unsatisfactorily handled. The rights of American citizens are not being adequately protected, he says i In an effort to remedy the issue he says he is now thinking seriously of introducing in Mii* session an amendment to the Mutual Security Act which wovNI require by law the automatic discontinuance of aid to any country guilty of discriminating against an American Jew or Jewish-owned firm. The current law gives the President such authority to be used at his discretion. But tiiat provision —now two years old—has never heen invoked on the advice of the State Department, despite numerous instances of Arab discriminatory actions during that period, asserts Farbstein. LAIND THE STARTING PLACE Community growth starts with land development. Raw land is cleared and graded, sidewalks and utilities installed, lots platted for home building. To accomplish this requires large sums of money. Confident of Florida's future growth and seeing the need for new communities, WASHINGTON FEDERAL now makes funds available for Land Development Loans. These well secured loans earn dividends for our savers and permit development of idle land for the new communities that will be occupied by Florida's continually growing population. WASHINGTON FEDERAL also has funds available for economical first mortgage home loans to builders and individuals. 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Per* 5-A +Jeistfk>ri4isr Friday. February 9. 1962 .•• I air House guests of CJA Chairman Cal Kovens Niererberg, Mrs. Sam Pokrass, Mrs. Nierenberg -eluded (left to right) Mr. S. Edelberg, Mr. N. and Mr. Pokrass. Blair House ;ion For CJA Campaign Recepti %  Pom %  thi •is Vblii it at : n and s tier. Mirth Fa fashion sh pres %  chairmen > for the --.; are Mr?. Sam Blank. Mrs Cbaikt n, ai I M rs Arnold Seeder. Chairman %  >: h istesses is Mrs. Samuel Lip'.on MRS. EMIL MORTON The final pre-luncheon re i • Mill take place at the home nf Mrs, Herman Rubin, 815 E. Di Lido dr.. on Monday. £. J. Harris (center), president of the Greater Miami Jewish •i deration, chats with Harry Barnert (left) and Louis Bresler at "e Blair House meeting. ^^ %  r / ^H %  i jJI 1 Ek CJA Chairman Cal Kovens is shown talking with Louis Hirsch eft) at the Blair House event. CJA Chairman Cal Kovens hooted a reception and buftet supper this week at the Blair House in Bay Harbor Islands. Those present met leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish community, and heard a discussion of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal and other activities ot the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Those attending the kickotl meetina a", the Blair House included Mr. and Mrs, Harry Barnett, Mr. and Mrs, 1 S, Berlin, Mr. an 1 Mrs, S Bloomtield. Mr. and Mr*. Louis Bresler, Mi Mrs H Brooks, Mr. and MrSidney Blum, Dr and MrA Cl issen, Mrs. Eva Cohen, Mi Mrs. S. E Mr and Mrs M Fields Mr David Glatt, Mr. and MrM Gershun. Mr. an I Mrs D Haber, Mr and MrLouis Hirsch, Mr and MrL Lippman, Mrs. Abbey Lane Mrs A Lavine. Mr. and Mrs M Nier" er e,r ""her (left) and Lee Lebow are co enberg Manufacturing group in the 1962 New Horizon Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paul. Mr Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs Sam Pokrass, Mr. ar.1 Mrs. Ben Kedncr, Dr. Stephen Reiter, Dr. Stanley Richardson. Mr. Chester Kay. Mrs. T Rosenberg. Mr and Mrs. II. Rothman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Stahlberg. Mr and Mrs. Safran, Mr and Mrs. M. S. Schilf. Mr. and Mrs. C. Shane, Jr.. and Mrs. Milton Shaw. Mr. and Mrs William Seigel. Mr. and Mrs Kul Smith. Mrs B. Stein, Mr. and Mrs r, Straus.. Mr. ami Mrs p. Sugar, Mr, and Mrs Harry Weinstein, and Mr and Mrs J. Weiner -chairmen of s campaign of the the TSose attending CJA Chairman Cal Kovens' Blair House reception included (left to right) Mrs. Milton Shaw and Louis Bresler. A LION'S SHARE A large portion of Combined Jewish appeal funds go to a ip port the United Jewish Appeal— the major American agency raising funds for immigrants to Israel, and refugees and Jews overseas. Raising m r than SI.340,000.000 since it was founded in January, 1939. the CJA has brouht help to more 2.700.0OO people Vice Chairman Ronald Albert, of the CJA Manufacturing group, coders w.th Marshall S. Harris (right), vice chairman of tho Trades and Professions Council.



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Friday. February 9, 1962 +JmlsJh n&rtdMam Page 9-A % R IZONS >} .... AT COFFEE HfSE VanfM Workers To be Honored ed Jew I wom. wi ers %  mored al ;.. HI the -' hotel at Moi ir ling to ,. charli si l, chairlues I h be Mrs. ( may, tt t 1 Michael IJ \inha-1 I I Israel to • I'm:d Natl 5 ic ione ol • • • iutstand_ writers an i i ik< rs Her • tides have appeared in "Holtan Othei i American blical i \--"( ate chairmen are Mrs. Cypen, MrDorothy • r Fink, Mrs. Larry FriedMrs .lean Lehman, Mrs. lymond Rubin, and Mrs. Gerald Soltz. Israel's Envoy Looking cheerful over the prospects of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Fred Stein and Van Myers, co-chairmen of the Amusements and Vending Machines group, and B. B. Goldstein, chairman of the CJA Services DivisAccountants Plan Meeting To Pledge All Out Assist I ..." LI %  • % %  • %  V • I :' .., %  %  • and \ • • : %  \ I %  • • • "!,H::\ %  •• %  : %  I \::. Horn i • hich ii "f -,.'. in lu tr %  :xr<\\'e We gate • Members of I i mbined Jewish Appeal's A< tants Division will meet Mom • %  their supp !•: oi the 1962 Xev ; i irizons i ainpaign Chairman A. B Wiener said the meeting will be : I it 6:30 p.m.. Wednesday, In th Hi liday Inn at 2500 Brickell ave with dinner provided by owners Allen Kesa ler and Jerry W ei : % %  Cue-:oi bom r will be four Internal Revenue agents from the Miami office — B<>b Gross, Mel Burton, Chick Ban. and Ben Lipman They'll hold an income tax session, and answer questions from the audience. A confidential review of the pre-ent Immigration situation in Israel will also be presented. Wiener said. Co-chairmen of the division are Mel Burton. Howard Miller and Stuart Roihi-hild Jerry Lelchuk (left) and Myron Zeienti are co-chairmen of the Stockbrokers group in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. The most important meeting of their group will be at 10 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 18, in the Federation conference room. To UN Will Bring Message Leaders of the Great community will make their 4 i v .• Hoi iz is on S • day w: en hi 5 mi et •' tfca Amer Hoi I I >r the !_• • ship Dinni r il the 1962 C imbined Jewish Appeal. Guest of honor al the even: -,| be Michael (.'..may. An lass oi Israel to the United Nations. Kovens reiterate'! restatement that Comay's presi at the dinner "points up drama;Ically the importance attached -.. our Greater Miami CJA by national leaders." "And there's no more important function in our entire campaign than this linitial Gifts dinner.'' Kovens said. "The success of this dinner will determine the degree to which the overall campaign is successful." Chairman for the dinner is Sam C. Levenson, a member of thXt Wednesday to map advanced ">> for their phase >f the campaign. They include William Lehman. 1 Lehman Motors; Sam Luby. Jr.. of Luby Chevrolet; Burton Kjhn and Harvey Salomon, of Colonial Pontiac; and Merrill rnedman, of Municipal Auto %  '-lies. A. B. WIENER Climax of the Met intHi sion's participation in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal will he reached at the annual scheduled for noon day in the Dupont Pla The announc< %  Alfred H. Daniels, pn si lent of Burdine's and chairm; n for the event. Mercantile Division chairman is Robert Macht. pre-, ent of Jordan Marsh. Members of the division will report on their campaign activities at the luncheon. Daniels said. Daniels and Macht joined in praising the "dedicated work" of Mercantile Division members during the early par. ol the New Horizons campaign. ALFRED DANIELS "They have really done an our. -landing job." the two leadens said. "Participation by the leal ing Greater Miami merchants hai bean particularly good, and w look for maximum attendance at tUa most important luncheon Members of the Mercantile Division's Campaign Cabinet :nclude Leonard Barr. Melville H. Ellis. Harry L. Katz. Samuel Lipton. Samuel Mufson. and Paul U Walker "We are going to meet our commitment.' the division cochairmen declared "This is not. just a matter of principle. It is a matter of the welfare of men, women and children in Greater Miami, in Europe, and in Israel."



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Pcge 10-A vJeHistn-cridlar Friday. February 9. 1362 Browsing "" Igfa* llARY MINPllN Mwfr a ftppfe A*a fAe 5ft* Surface of His Theme llGiUly W IlIJ^J"*witb The hero mentions, at one pj;: # .. nil nf whom want the cieai. ^^— „.ori.thiny that had haaoe.. A (SOD FOR TOMORROW. BY M.rtin Dibner. 263 pp. New York: Doubleday. $3.95. ajARTIN DIBNER ha. Hied to 30 a great deal in; this M r )vd rto„, UM search tor a ton of Hitler which takes the reader back and forth from Spain to bacc-alley BeUn and in and out of surprising ^Tr > !" -7 [he 2 I K.., lance pholographcr-urilcr Fred Coopei isthegood American hero, honest and Geman-naUllg. With the evitabie unhappy lave affair In h 1 past On the t the rumored existence of the child. Cooper meets a strange assortment of Germany all of whom ^ Child tor varying reasons. "J* !" ^ ehrer w „r,h,p. people want to know what's going 00. and they %  taMJMt KX^X^rc^a^^^a^ce. or as innocent as one can be after being raped by soldiers as a child. IJ~ It is a fast-moving book in which people are seldom what thV seem, and what they seem K not always .00 UH listening Post: B y SAUL CARSON Egypt Condemned for Anti-Jewish Bias United Nationsj D OES EGYPT discriminate against Jewish emigration I and immigration, in violation ol| the Universal Declaration of Hu man Rights' Article 13 of the Declaration, adopted by the Gen-| eral Assembly, without a dissenting vole, in December 1&48. de_ Clares "Everyone has the right to leave any country including his own. and to return to his country. <\re Egyptian Jews given that right? The Coordinating Board of Jewish Organization,, a non-governmental group having Official, consultative status here before the Economic and Social Council insists that Egypt violates that basic human Foreign Newsletter TULLIA ZEVI New Spanish Jewry Madrid T HE TWO communities ot Spanish Jewry are not tederated. and both seem to be animated by a spirit of autonomy, each with a physiognomy of its own. In Barcelona, for instance. Sephardim and Ashkenazim have two differ.jent synagogues, both located in the same building, which was recently purchased by the community. In Madrid joint services are held: prayers in the Sephardic tradition and in the Ashkenazi tradition, particularly on Yom Kippur. equally divided. In Madrid on Friday nights, all of the synagogue's 150 places are occupied, while in Barcelona. with twice as many Jews. Friday night attendance barely reaches a minyan. A new synagogue for 350 i400 persons is at the top of the aspirations ot •Jadrid Jews, who have to hire a public hall for the High Holy Holidays. For the new synagogue, they rreed $100,000. of which they believe half could be raised among community members. Help from the Joint Distribution Committee or from fellow Jews in i.ther lands would therefore be greatly welcomed. Owing to their smallness and to their relatively %  ecent formation, the Jewish communities of Spain ..re still at an early stage of organized community itfe. but they are progressing fast, with faith and enthusiasm. There are no rabbis in Spain, only a Chacham in Barcelona and a Chazan in Madrid. Negotiations are under way for the arrival from Johannesburg of a Sephardic rabbi. There is no residing Shochet, but each month one is brought to Madrid lrom Morocco, and Kosher meat is kept in deeplieeze. There is. however, a Shochet for poultry. Practically all newly born boys are circumcized. and there does not seem to be much intermarriage. Mixed marriages, however, often promote the conversion of one of the partners. As everywhere else, :t is the member of the minority group who ends by •oining the religion of the majority. However, according to a reliable source, there have been two recent instances of Christians embracing before marriage the Jewish faith. A Woman's Section cf the Madrid community. existing side by side with a WIZO chapter, has recently been formed, and the Jewish students of Madrid have also created their own association, with social and cultural purposes "Our trouble." a young Jew from Morocco said, "is that there are m re Jewish boys than girls here. Could you send us a lew from Italy, possibl) pretty?" A Sunday school as well as a welfare office a"9 being'planned. No international Jewish organiz 1110ns have so far been operating in Spain, and Sp; 1ish Jews do not seem to show any particular eagi r> ness in affiliating themselves to organizations su h as the World Jewish Congress, and they would pr. > %  ably not be allowed to join B'nai B'rith. Freemaso ry ir fact is prohibited in Spain, and the B'nai B' :th would probably be considered as a form of f-eemasonry by Spanish authorities. NEXT WEEK. Now Jewish N jeleus Egvpt insists such a charge is "Zjonisl propa' [a"_bul admits the basic tacts. The disagreement between the CBJO 1 whose constituent organizations are B'nai B'rith. the Board of Deputies 0 British Jews and the South African Jewish Board10 Deputies, is now part of an official Lmted Nations report. Thus, whether Egypt does or does not violate human rights is up to the world to judge. Specifically, the issue is before the Subcommlss.on on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities a subsidiary body of the Human Rights Commission. This subcommission is trying, through various means, to develop international agreements that would put teeth into the pious wishes embodied in the Universal Declaration ot Human Right.-. The Declaration itself is considered here only as a document setting up "standards of achievement These standards have no force in law. But the subcommission had ordered one of its members. Judge Jose D. Ingles, of the Philippines, to itudj the subject of emigration and immigration among all member states of the UN. Judge Ingles has now submitted his report. One of the "working papers backing up his report is a summary of Information ..n the subject involving the United Arab Republic. That is where the argument between Egypt and the Jewish group has arisen. The Egyptian Government admits in its submission that "special permission" is needed tor an Egyptian citizen to leave the country—and that he cannot take with him more than 20 Egyptian pound.'$33.00) in foreign currency. He must also leave behind him all his property, according to the Cairo Government's admission. As to the right to return 10 the country, that right is officially forfeited it the traveler "has at any time become known as a Zionist." (It goes without saying that every Jew is a Zionist, to the Egyptian Government. 1 Egypt spells out officially, in this UN document, what it considers to be "Zionism." Declaring 'hat "Zionism is based on spiritual and material relation between Zionists and Israel." the Nasser Government states officially: "Therefore, Zionism means treason, materially and spiritually, to the Arab nation." The Egyptian Government tried to hide the existence of another law. The CBJO dug up this law— and it is now part ot the UN report. The law is very clear. It states: "Israelites who possess ordinary or sDecal residence, as well as Israelites deprived of Egyptian na tionality. will be inscribed, in case they depart from the country indefinitely, in the list of persons to whom access to national territory is denied Cases of Israelites who have temporary residence and ask lor definite departure from the country will be examined separately in order to envisage the inscription of their names in said lists." Thus, it is noted here, the Egyptians keep a tight rein on Jewish migration—outgoing as well as incoming. Neither the right to leave nor the right to return is extended to Jews. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ •ar U) begin with. The hero mentions, at one point ^he insane unreality about everything tnat had happened i, thpast few days." and in many ways lha: Otencter L the book quite accurately. It s a swash-buckling mystery story with occasional dips into political and psychological ponds but the waters cold andI Dinner %  out with hardly a ripple to mar the slick surface. Whal is especially interesting, however, is the accepiability of the hero's hatred of Germans. It s Presented, not as an aberration (although it is "explained as father's indoctrination., but as the personal outrage of an mi .lhaeni man: and although Fred Cooper moves a Utl e in tV>~d'rec'!!on of evaluating Germans singly, the motion Slight One does no. count Kathe. because she stands 1 -. mbol of betrayed innocence, and thus of the betrayed iver all 01 Germany; perhaps one doecount her, „„.;., Ln order to note that it is only with her that Cooper realij make his private peace Mr Dibner 1well-known as tne author of Tne Deep ^ s ','.. / 1 recent novel. "Sleeping Giant." which is sel ••„ Florida I" "A God for Tomorrow." he hagotten off a fast-paced adventure story with a lot ot action and not much subfletv. It is highly entertaining: and :o enter d_o st, hall ol Samuel Johnson's dictum. ... Between you and Me; BORIS SMOIAR Testimony Weighed T ESTIMONY WITH regard to discrlmination in employment is now being evaluated m Washington in connection with proposed Federal legislation on equal employment opportunity. Th. picture emerging from this testimony ihov s thai job bias against Jews in | th• country does not approach, in I h e discrimination practiced against However, the testimony establishes that : ..-en. ns igain.-t Jeware nonetheless to :>e found at many levels ol American economic life They are especial!) high in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Ohio. Pile Bureau on Jewish Em pi >yment Problems in Ihicago has submitted shocking lads with regard to an'i-JeAish discrimination in emplo>men: in that Oily. In Los Angeles, more than 250 firms have placed with private employment agencies orders containing discriminatory .specifications. These firms ranged from small business enterprises employing just a few people to large naional corporations. Ineluded among them were insurance companies. banks, department stores, oil companies, traiuportationlines, real estate agencies, food processors and manufacturers of many different products. Some Of the discriminatory requests in the employment inters asked for "Gentiles only Others used a code to identity Jews as "53s". In Ohio. employment discrimination against Jews was found to be practiced principally in public accounting, bunks, utilities, and in manufacturing firms in heavy indus'ry. The pattern of discrimination was similar in all ot Ohio's major cities; anti-Jewish bias was nost extensive in top and middle management position. There are states and cities where fair employment practices laws have been enacted locally and have done a great deal of good. President Kennedy is now backing the passing by Congress of a Federal Fair Employment Practices law in order to insure that each and every citizen in this country shall have equal opportunity in securing employment. It can not be expected, even with Kennedy's backing, that an FEP law should go into general effect. The history of such legislation has been a checkered one at best, with honest conservatives and extreme right-wingers today most likely to at tack it as Pink at be-t %  %  Molo-Tov' is What Turned Out Mah-Lo-Tov 1 • N OW IS THE time to retell the story! about the delegation from Israe which visited Russia. After a few dayf they cabled: "Lo Toy" ("No good.") "Mah Lo Tov?" ("What's m good?") cabled back 3en-Gunon. "Molo tov" cabled back the delegation, The case of MolOtOV appearfull ol| contradictions. He 1represented as being an exponent of the anti co-existence school, yet ni> Jewish wife, not many years back, is said to hav sent to Siberia by Stalin. Mrs Molotov also, as we know. showed some sympathy for Israel when Golda V.eir arrived there as Ambassador from the Jewish State It may be of course that while Mrs. MolotOV belongs to the co-existence school, her husband has other principles. Perhaps his main principle is :o survive. There have been many purges and a great majority of his colle have gone down the drain but he's still around There was the historic fight with Trotsky, in which the latter used some very derogatory language Molotov said to Trotsky, "We'll see who lasts longer." M il (I >\ made up his mind to last. A writer in an Israeli daily reports a Btorj from Europe • p the effeel that Molotov hasecreted in seme Swit2 rlan i archives his memoirs and documents sh iwing very a eiinvolved in unsavory affairs, The this is his Insurance for survival His Swiss agei strutted to release it. 11 anything happens 1 hin lers knov this and don't care 10 have pub ished, %  said to have called Molotov thi be-t fl >8 Russia and ii may be presumed there: ire that he I it of juicy material. il this ol course is but rumor and speculation. Aho disagreed with the economic ideal felt there was some justification for the il a Communist state would succeed in eliminating anti-Semitism. One great Jewish leader recognized tne falls Man) years before the Russian Revolution. MM Nordau warned Jewish Socialist leaders who said that a itate was unnecessary and that socialism would be the cure-all, that they were entertaining ar. illusion If ism came about. Nordau predicted, the Jews would -ocialisni was not for them.



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Friday. February 9. 1962 j L wt9l>fh)$IJ ia i) Page 11-A Miami Beach Leader to Receive National Community Service Award Here Samuel J Halperin, notc.1 in Miami Beach Au itorium on Tuesday, ii.; Beach business, civic and phi-' i --,.|, _>?. mthropic affairs, has hcen desisted bj the Jewish Theological Gabnel Heatter. noted news Seminarv uf America to receive ^ accepted iii chairman • jf ] nd dinner Sunday night ct the Denu• :•. to right lack S. Pop..Miami bond le i • .1 :ii^^ I ^. ..... .n cf the ho3t to the nations committee io: the e foi Israel B !.••..:-. 1. Conn, o! Ministei mogi, oi !l-e C^:-.::,: ol -i:. 1 Stal test ci honor and twin I. C vec as chairmen; Mn picK.cc airman cf the : loci: Krcnish, sp:;i:uai 1< %  ". Sho'.om. he institution's coveted National Service Award, it was nnounced tinweek by Dr. Louis ki rii. ir of the Si nv %  in ; %  %  I is a bronze plaque h year bj th< Sennnumtx r >'i comwhose "distinctive ; d %  sen ice to the com. .• %  pei: %  i the i :. mi "i\ ei i i| in, • -.v el ,i n • Six i thers ir mi aques w ill, Semii rj third icr in MiRecord Year "or Compony By Special Report v • ufai • n rs i.i:' m busiillion in :90i v...an l!-time high for a yei i ation. presenting a gam <>i 5 percent ver the 196 i figi 'e. Al year-end. he company's business in I %  | S3.3D; • lion, ac to .;:: announcement this %  h The companj had an ini n asi ship of the i on\ ocation dinner. The dinner will follow a special afternoon convocalion at Terrp'o Emanu-EI, where Secretary cf Cor-iinercs Luther H. Hedges will be the recipient of the Seminary medal "in recognition of his adce ta moral and ethical principles in hi; public cart Hodges will be the principal leer at the ensuing dinner, held in honor of 1he N.if.onal ,_ iun y Sen :• Award rccipients, New Torch For Yehudah Moshe Mn Ji seph Ros< : it i i Con Six ed o reci .: i nsburg, ol Vt.; Harry 1 Hotfm; %  %  Hip Leff, oi N< A • rtram I. Loeb. oi i !: ,IK: Vlaidmi %  I i Yen i : h ilosh • on Sundi at Xj::( k, N V.; a n d Louis I liia, Pa. p m I sh ;!i--. inmel %  I !" ,. uu | Henry Gill will accep: the 'i h acti'vi%  ,: on '" n a ; congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Is Michael will present the silver %  ami i hi ach City Council, is a Itor v i U-known I t i i E us and w • Ifare .... resi lent ol rem pie Emanu-EI, a member oi the i abinel the national planning committee ol the Seminary, which hi o servi as Southeastern chairn ai ol \ te Oi New York I'niver3"wrcen7In'new or inary'busT <> %  Halperin first became known ,ess in the United state, with a a< Miami Beach hole operator, lotal Of S25T.017.7-v... The past year U Prenl, he is one of the owner. ilso saw a 14 percent increase in he company's sales force here. |V< Total payments to policyowners Mr. Halperin is a director oi the LipsclUtz, A procession in which the Torahs of the synagogue will be brought to join the new Tcrah and escort it te the Holy Ark is scheduled as part of the ceremony. Members oi Temple Beth Am's "high command" for the annual Israel Bond dinner dance meet to finalize plans for the event, which will take place at the Temple on Sunday, Feb. 18. From left are Rabbi Herbert Baumaard; David J. Light, honorary chairman; Herman W. Feldman. vice chairman; and Ecbert H. Newman, congregation president. Dinner chairman is Dr. Irwin Perlmutter. Other members of the committee include Mrs. Joshua J. Segal, president of the Sisterhood; Philip 1. Fruitstone, president of the Men's Club; cr.d Mrs. Theorcre Marks and Mrs. Herbert Sobel, arrangements chairmen. Guest srecker at the dinner dence will be Ycacov Kerzoq. Israel's z .::.cassador to Canada. Medical Staff To be Honored Guesl speakers will include Rabthe Imperial House on Collins )M X JN z uc fc er ,,t Congregation Adath Yeshurun, and Rabhi of Congregation Beth and beneficiaries i 1961 also set Mercantile National Bank, a memToVah. A cantata will be Presented i new record with Manufacturers her of the Miami Beach Lions by Cantors Maurice Neu and MorLife paving out $68 million in death Club, and a past president of both riBerger ol Yehudah Mosne, c'aims "matured endowments, anthe Miami Beach Chamber of ComEmanuel Mandell. of Dade Hti.ntnuitv pavmenls and other policy mcrce and the Miami Beach Board Jewish Center; Ben-Zion rOMCIwnbenefits of Realtors. baum and Hyman Fine. ISMCKMSW -.(•:> it and board of trustees 0 edars ol Lebanon Hospital will 1 ,i welcoming reception in honthe medical stalf on Feb. 28 i Dupont Plaza hotel H ispital president. Samuel T. i i. and his board will meet i r~ i f thi stafl w ho ha\ e beaffiliated with Dade's newi • sectarian hospital since the doors wen opi n in N( vembcr Highlight oi the cocktail party will be ..introduction oi the ui sts ..: d mi ssage ol greeting from board chairman. Stanley C. ilyers, and hospital administrator.' Si nford K Bn nstein. Development fund chairma I \\ iPallot, will report on protrt ss ol pledgi redempti Where people come first for security and I : Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTONE FLOWER SHOPS One of the oldest in Greater Mia^-i Serving you 24 hours ... 7 days Just Phone UNion 6-1233 Listen to Radio Station WKAT. .360 on youdial every Sunday t 7:35 P.M.. to the comment* of thi Honorable Ji.dge Vslvm Eno.lande-. Vice Mayor o( Miami Beacn. Savings received at FIRST FEDERAL by the 20th earn from the 1st Your savings will now earn at FIRST FEDERAL'S new, higher dividend rate of 4M % per annum from the 1st of the month if received at any of our 5 convenient offices by the 20th .. and dividends are now paid and compounded quarterly— four times a year. While your savings are earning at the increased rate, they are protected by over 27 million dollars in safety reserves and the strength of more than 300 million dollars in assets at the South's Largest Federal, where people come first. First Federal Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI W. H. WALKER, Chairman DOWNTOWNMain 0*


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Paqe 12-A >Jewlstncrkiian Fridoy. February 9, l£62 Seated aeft to right) are Julius Rosenstein. and Isaac DoMO. Sg^P££jS£ Ezra Finegold, Lean ). Ell. president of the INF I. ^ m -J^Jc??L^dSi\Z Council ol Greater Miami; Irving Schatoman. men. Mac Heel* and be...cid SUver. ituden's Ccr.duct Service Late Fridaj night Oneg Shabbat tervic al Congri galtion Beth El will be conduced by the students o! the religious school. A talk •„.;: _;\;:i. a::d kiUiu.-h. a>>< i! ..;: i ther parts ol the service. be recited by the students. Formulate Plans To Launch City Sn Neeev Drive Rabbi Schiti to Lecture Jews ol ater : an i -e reNew Semester Registration Registration for the spring semester of Hebrew and Sunday school classes it .Miami Hebrew regation is being ripened this week. Office hours daily arc9 .1 m :o 5 p.m.. and Fridays, 9 a.m. ti necn. GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRESIDENT IKE GORDON K' ERAL OiRECTOR acted electrica'l) to the an-.ouncement here lasi wee* :! I l • • %  munit) will s] msor a new cit; he Negi v. The proj< ct, re -. eale< I the Jewish National Fund Council, is in response to a cail by Israel Prime Minister Uav.d Eei-Gurion. who has urged world Jewry to establish ten new citit in the Negev. thus assuring th< growth and progre.-s oi the young country. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. president of the Southeast region of the Jewish National Fund, called Miami's reaction "cr. historic one." and announced plans tor an inaugural supper to iaur.cn the project on Mar. 21 at the Fontainebleau hotel. Leon J. Ell. president oi the JNF Council ot Greater Mian:, reported that arrangements are being concluded with ;. national I of prominence :c be guest cf honor at the afiair. Sol Goldman and Johan L. Herman, vice presidents, promised that "entertainment worthy of the occa.-ion will also (••. pn ted." On Tuesday, at 9 omon Schifi. sp.r C< ngrega i< n Beth lecture befcr the ish S udies ti the ish Education, to Beth David Cor. :opic will be "The [t. ish Home." p.m.. Rabbi Solitual lender oi El, will give a College ot JewBureau i>f Jewbe held at the gregation. His Sanctity ol the JNF Establishes Special Unit Leon J. Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund ol Greater Miami this week announced the formation of a JNF or-anizatonal activities committee here. Ezra Finejold. president of the Bran; ; tis Soni1 Oreantzationi has bfftWejignatcd %  w e h aiwwir^^Hh Julius Rosenstein. active Zionist and community leader, as co-chairman. Appointed to serve with Fineand Rosenstein are Johan I.. Berman. Isaac Donen, Abraham Frai( i n, Sol Go d m n. Abraham Gn --it %  Mas Hecht. Isidore Rifjcin. Irving S< i in in, Mi j r — hatz •'.". M<' r Sicgel. Bernard : Ji shua 7. Stadia i mif.ee v ill mips mi nl • ; e r .. ... : esi K l>j Rabbi \, | Phap ro. ot Beth Da\ id ( ngri .. !ion. at the JNF conference hi at the F ntainebli au ho tel last April. At the confi n nee. ti i le id %  • %  ol Fewish and Zionist organizations hen rlci'-'i: thrii groups to an evening dedicated to JNF. PALMER MEMORIALS 'Miami's Omly JtteM tbllWMt aWMen" ?rl^ALMi. f %  usivi Dealer "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS To live in Hearts We leave Behind I to live ro.-ever. Gershwin Group Plans Celebration A social evening by the George Gershwin Lodge. Knights ot Pythias and the Ladies Auxiliary will be held at the Masonic Hall. Alton rd.. en Saturday evening, Feb. 24. In a recent membership drive headed by Max Mann. 158 newmembers attained the rank of knight. The reception will introduce the newly-created knights and '.heir wives. Sam Ross is chairman of the evening. William Reimer is char.cellor commander. Mr-. Ida Hurwitz ;president of the Auxiliary. 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Friday. February 9. 1962 +Je*isti /tor kiln>r> Page 13-A Hebrew Univ. Friends Will Convene Feb. 17 dewish Floodiiua. 38JW?* a re Ex ? ec H. To Arrive for Sessions; Eari of Balfour Scheduled A Special Jewish Floridian Feature Supplement 1 vanguard of more than 700 rv the university during the past d < ide He will share speaking honors with the Earl of Balfour a' the Feb. 18 Scopus Award dinn '>r. Wise has been a pace.Mniker, contributing both energy .-.•ail fur.tls toward the reconstructs: '-n of the un:ver-::y. He and M • Wise are th inors of the %  3. 'im a.nl Ki %  Wise Audit,.. mi mi ih" —il campi • ol the ui IVI rs .. at Gival I t'rusali has suet --' ; combined larship with in oui standing I ca ei in In lustr; For many -. Dr. Wisi %  on Latin A 'rican soci il .. Columbia I versity ai d %  r i extensively i • subjects in this field, including • i idillo, A i' %  • i : i Antcnio Gi iman Blanc i 11 'k publish' 1951 as a stu %  -it the repntative type of Latin Amorivernnu nt. nd "El Mex ; i d< Aleman." oublished in i i v.: His work in La"::i America has gamed him wide recognition. In 1946. the Mexican Government awarded him the decoration of tiu"Aguila Aztecs." the highest ation given to a non-Mexican, for his contribution to Mex %  • anti-illiteracy program, during the years 194446 L ing interested in Zionist and civic causes, Dr. Wise pioneered in voluntary activity ior Zionist yo h movements and in behalf of philanthropic and cultural oraliens devoted to Israel. In 1951, Dr Wise became president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, and dur tour years in this office, conducted an intensive fund-raising 0*. GtORGi V/ISt pacemaker On Harnessing the Sun: Meeting a Power Shortage • %  %  II • : • A %  %  Per • 1 %  • %  %  -. V. %  1 • • %  %  % %  C %  %  c %  %  .i : %  :-; I S.I itIOCe tOUIS t. UVIN7HAL conference chairmen and cultural campaign fir the Hebrew University throughout the United States. He is an officer a-d member of the boards ot major Jewish organizations and takes an active part in movements to disseminate Hebrew culture or. the N >rth American continent. For many year-. Dr. Wise served as a director ot" the American Federation of International Institutes and as chairman jf the hoard ot governors of the Telegraphic Agency Head of George W se aid company and a fi it : tier prises, Dr Wis plays a prin ri pal re e in the dir< tivit) of a numbi paper exp rt co : .•-...• U Mich: '•'. N.-..%  I N-J N V • • • A e: ce be • %  % %  s il e ~.) ot the t*40 .%.;• •• chairman ,. .! | ; 5 E Levir.thal, ci" Phila ; i chairmen inch i, J ick S P (pick, of Miami Beach, pres lent of the South [ rida Division of the American Friends; David Borowitz. of Chicag >: V u tor carter, o. Los Ange I Joseph Mazer, of New York and Philip Lown, ot Boston. Rothberg will arrive in Miami Beach on Sunday, awill .' id re Levinthai. Other act.vit'es scheduled by the American Friends incluae a d.nner ui Palm Beach a. the Palm Beach Towers <-n Feb. 22. a: which the Far! ct Balfour will speak, and a reception in honor of Lord Balfour on Feb. 19 ai Hollywood Judge Levinthai said fiat 'th? conference will, of course, pro" • "ot informative. But. ia a larger ser.se. its purpose is to reded: PHILIP W. tOWM national vice president ca'e the American Friends to the support of Israel's magnificent center of higher education — a center dedicated to study, research, aid the general development of humankind. There can be no nobler ideal for us as supporters of Hebrew University I> embrace today." One )f the great obstacles in the rapid development of the State of Israel has been the country's itaortage f sources of natural power. There is. however, me source of energy, the supply of which is auood as unlimited, the rays oi the sun which shine on Israel every day for al losl ight months of the year To harness the sun's rays to Israel's chariot is one of the main projects of the South Florida Solar Energy Research Center an the Hebrew University's new central campus at Givat Ram. Solar energy research had been carried out in the Hebrew University's Department ol Me teoralogy and Climatology as well as in the National Physical Laboratory for a number of years, but the gre i" one could almost say historic, breakthrough occurred v hen Dr. Harry Zvi Tabor, the Londonborn director of the laboratory, discovered a new principle by which so-called "selective surfaces" could be produced on various metals. The selective surfaces will absorb nearly all the radiation heat of the sun. but at the same time give out. cr lose, very little of this preciContinued on Page ISA In Hebrew University laboratories and classrooms, the door of opportunity opens for thousands of young men -,„j ,,,-."j... i v. a IsniMors nf Tamel's sniritunl and and women the builders of Israel's spiritual and material progress.



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fjenis? fkridiarFriday. February 9, 1962 Page 14-A %  Samuel Rot'nberg tc Get '62 Scopus Award Feb. 18; Citation is AFHU Top Honor s/4 jDream \. the firsl step tov jrd the ealization ol that drei n Hebrew Universitj sciei painstakingly measuring amount oi solar ener > • surface oi the earth a id i the variations in i and light intensit> bn i JX different atmospheric coi lions in both mountainous and desert regions. Specific application oi trie laboratory's findings has taken place in fields as widely separated as agriculture and the adaptation of buildings to subtropical climatic conditions. As an example. Prof. Ashbel pointed out that the sites chosen for the planting of various vegetables and fruit trees in Israel are closely related to the differences in solar radiation. The fact that 90 percent of the cul tivable soil is in hilly ai as makes it possible to change the whole picture of focd supply to extend the period of supply of vegetables and fruits so that they may be available durum those months when such pro duce is normally not in the market. %  a DS. ISRAU S. WECHSUR eminent neurologist DAVID BORCWITZ campus founder S, ..:, %  -RotWJWg : receive tb Award of the Am tr :ar. Fru Hebi I .. .. y %  Scopus .A es Vmerii > '. is a new campus of the H vi rsity of Jerusali chief donors of the 1 Kaplan School ol F.c in cial Sciences al The mam lecture hall in building bears Ins name H in addition, a member ol the national board of direct American Friends of the Hebrew University. A noted Midwest bus ness sec utive and nationally prominent communal leader. Rothberg is national campaign chairman for the State of Israel Bond Organ ization. As one of the founders oi the Israel Bond Organization, he has played a paramount role in developing the concept of aid to Israel through investment in bonds. Rothberg is also president of the Israel Investors Corp., and has conferred frequently with leaders of 'he Israel Government on problems of economic development of the young nation. Formerly national chairman for Initial Gifts ot the United Jewish Appeal, he is now a member of the UJA's national van cabinet. He also served as president of the Peoria Jewish Community Cou:u:l. ar.d is one of the key figures in the Jewish life of lu home state ot Illinois PROBING THE SUN At the Solar Ra liati i oratory in Jerusah bel has amassed ai I ret i data concerning the heal light of the sun — one it most complete record• kind currently ..'...liable The implications of his findings are of vital concern to Israel, pursuing a lar program of development in agriculture, industry and hous • i TV ._!.,.,. C-ITM Trrrrvh P.£VIl Ri:kin is vice presiaem oi in* ww Nephew of Balfour Declaration Author to Open Anniversary Event The Earl of Balfour is coming to the United States from Soot land for the special purpose ot opening the 1362 development program of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at a national conference to be held a: tne Americana hotel from Saturdaj evening, Feb. 17. to Monday. Feb. 19. His address in Miami Beach will be followed by a series ot public appearances throughout the country under the auspices Of the American Friends ot the Hebrew I -iver-ity. It was the tirst Karl of Bal four, the authi i of the Baltour Declaration, who proclaimed the i| the Hebrew Universitj ol Jerusa Vlt Scopus on April 1, 1925. "It is thei ily appropriate that the pi eir. Lord Balfour should pat tn pate in launching the 1962 i pa:an to complete Ihe "• tral campus of the 1 versity at Gival Rai i lerusa lem Judge Louis Levintl a conference chairman Lor ; Balfoui appi v also open the celebrat 45th anniversary cl the issuanc cARl Of B/UFOUR "hirjh.'y appropr'ote" Ba loui Decla lion of which p' '.: snment of the J "> • a ert Arthur Lyi alfour born in 1902. t est soi ie second Eai four, and nephew of the first Ea-i oi Balfour. he suiceeded h.s father m 194o. and is the third Karl of Balfour. Educated at Eton and at Trin ity College. Cambridge, Lord Bal four served in the Royal Navy during World War II. One of the leading industr i ists of Scotland he is chair and maraging director of Brui tons wire mills (Musselburgtt Ltd i. He serve I as n zi m i controller ol the Ministry of and rower from 1942 to 1948 ch lirman eottiah Dh isi %  the Nat onal lal Board I 1946 : i 195! and has as part-time I rector oi : since 1952 He has %  serv< I as directoi scottis Gas %  %  ireei his chair ship of I S ttish S| •< : il mg Ass from 1 138 I 1944 his i ". 'Scott:* 1952 1951 H is aU served is na! lal \o\ "i British for S IN A VARIETY OF ILLUSTRIOUS FIELDS OF HUMAN ENDEAVOR Confab Co • Chairmen Among Nation's Leaders VICTOR M. CARTER ... Founders Society Among the upward of delegates to the A m e r i c a a Friends of the Hebrew University national conference here will be some of the nation's top leaders in Jewish community affairs. • Judge Louis E. Levinthal, of Philadelphia, one of American Jewry's foremost leaders igeneral chairman of the national conference of the American Friends of the Hebrew University of J e r u sale m. of which he is B national board and executive committee ::. ber. He served aJudge of the Court of Common Pleas of Philadelphia from 1937 until 1959. and now is counsel to the Phila lelphia law firm of Dilworth, Paxson, Ka'.ish Kohn and I) He is a member of the b overnors of the Hebrew University and ot the presidiun the actions committee of the World Zionist Organization. Judge Levinthal, who will arrive in Miami Beach on Sunday to complete conference arrangements, was national president of the Zionist Organization America in 1941, 1942 and 194 and for live years w as pi ident of the Jewish Pub ati Society of America He was special advisor or. Jewish affairs to the Unit) States European Military i it mand during 1947 and 1948 when the historic transport ol hundreds cf thousands o: Jews from the Displaced I 'amps of Europe to Pa tine was at its peak. • Joseph Mazer, New York Industrialist and c o m m u i ler, and first recipi nl the Scopus Award. :s serving ,i~ conference co-chairman. IIparticipate in the Feb. 18 ner at the Americana hotel marking the presentation of the 1962 Scopus Award to Samuel berg, ol Peoria, 111. Mazer is deputy chairman of the board of governors if tne Hebrew ratty of Jei I national treasurer of the American Friends of the Hebrew Universit) with other members of his ily. he is the donor of the Abrai i 11 stitute Jewish Studies cersitj in %  n ry of his fath -i '. I luate Of New \ %  "•'. '" %  \.-. si 5 and a Worl I tt'ai i \ atIT.;:: Mazer is treas irer I Pulp and Papti '. I : tun led the Vn %  : Is I aper Coin) ai s in ': ad hel I • Ihe Unit* ,\p" %  • David Borowiti in. '..I I It ling rop:st. is pr< lei •• r of the in %  %  Is ol the Hebrew I i i %  and w ill als sei \ e as a ch tin rowitz is a founder of the campus of the university on it Ram in Jerusalem, i member of the uni sity's i itional board. In I960 he was jiven the Humanitarian B'nai B'rith V the United Sta i s an • %  pr< \ il] ojj Sarnoff and Bernard v native of Louisville, Ky.. he .,-.: a law degn uversily when ,. onlj 19 In 1929, he tounled the Bradley Manufa< b Company, emol the nati • largest lamp factories, of wl hi is president Borowitz has served a. era! chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal for two yea and as Chicago CJ \ president A o more years In that period undi r h lea lei %  I \ raised B25 million Fur lj president of the I chapter of Brandeis Univer he is a fellow of the univei and regional vice chairman the midwest He ia past president of the Chicago chapter of the Technion Society and a member of the board of governors of I nion in Hiafa. a member ol board of trustees of the Chicago Medical School and a trustee of the Chicago Medical School Research Inundation, on the board of overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminar) member of the board of the Continued on Pag* 15-A •



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Fi.dcy. February 9. 1962 .' %  %  %  < fFtr r S'fi -*m Paqe 15-A Hebrew U. Hadassah Med School A Beacon for Middle East Healing --..' :ow University-HadnsMed I al School is Israel; medical school and. acl I is .. M creation ol tl %  spe%  : • i c ates thi tri rdir.arj • n • dii al educai i •. %  .. | is g.ving rect as -.-•...:> • to new • r ;;.:\... I .. • Dr A Bt31et Profi •c N • : i Ethiopia al the im. .. • %  ts goverr.i %  .: y I health conditi at (i to lions the i %  edical care. As a re %  : this six Ft hi students wen sent to the medical school. • Dr. I. ( Michaelson. Pr sor oi i >: thi Imology, visited i berla at th( requi •; ol thai > • %  .: :•; vs i resulted i i interchangi ; personnel and the estabhshme rt o! the first ey< hospital in Monrovia. headi Dr. E Neuman, a member oi tl medical school's Department • Among Nation's Top Leaders i Continued from Pge 14-A Jewish Welfare Puna, and a member of the American Israel Chamber of Commerce. • Victor M. Carter, president if the Southern California chap'.r of the American Fnends of lh< Hebrew University, a member of its national board of directors, and a member of the ard ol governors of the un.• • sity in Jerusalem, a l< resident (f Los Angeles. • -. of the South's lea stria! ts and cum n*lj • • : Republ r -.i n % %  • the Hebrew Uni• and ol : LII %  lers l %  ntribul gi p rganized %  • all; • ew Univei the estal n .' ich hi is ass %  ii %  • Dr. Isree! 5. Weehsler, • i t Ameri< an neuroloj isl is the I brew Uni%  ary pres • • •,.-. I •• % %  ; thi Hebrew %  In 1955. he was awarded the ir ol i Hebrew Uni• : was %  I founded in 1921 as thi runner of the American Fi oi tht Hebrew University. He is the author of a "Textbook of Clinical Neurology." the eighth edition ol which was rcently published. The N< uroses," and "The Neurologists Point of View." • Dr. Philip W. Lown, of BCS ton. co-ehairman of the ra;.. 8 conference, is a national \ pres dent ol the A m eri Friends 11 th Hebrew l'ni> sity of Jei • He is a gri uate chin .... engim pen %  chemii a •. %  • ••' : • business v incil. pres •.... %  %  : %  t cf : %  E'r.ai : •• %  • Dan tl CROM • I ; %  : • ; %  ::11 r dent of the or^ar.iza'.ic-i. He is a member of the law firm of Becker. Ross and Stone, ol New York City. A graduate ol Yah College and the Columbia University law School. Ross has been ac%  ve in the work of the American Friends s'-nce 1919. and *as played a paramount rele in the American phasi ol the effort to rebuild the Hebrew Uni. rsitj of J rusi •:n. Ross is i putj chairman of I rd of govi I the r.iversitj and I El; has • II, • feminary ai %  • : -.: of tl %  : "ti '• %  "' Co-irir.jed from Page 13-A p [, in r ,,, .-.. n• •, • ., %  to solar i the des i .. faces all i-ion. a wil i it I havndesirafcli % %  a %  re.-. • i i mi fa % %  %  trap u within. ..-..;. efficient, as so much < energy is lost that .cai not bi used except for botanical r^'P' e According to Dr. Ta'r.oFs method, on the >ther band, up to 50 percent of the incoming energy is converted into u>abie power — a rate if efficiency which up to then had been regarded as almost impossible to achieve. DR. HARM TABOR historic breakthrough Aisc Refrigeration The new type of solar healer ci nstructei bj Dr. Tabar was deni' nstrati d by %  : thi %  %  • •• I nal S : Em rgj Sympi enis Ariz. Since pment of the pracof l I -.,The ai tUS Cl !'' %  St %  :. "< %  %  • at: : rr.o c i rael. The first "solar refrigerator." constructed pn this principle, is already in operation at th< recently opene-d Desert Re search Laboratory in Beershe ha. the capital of the N-gev. the inventor "here Hebrew University sc.enat the int.: •%  • • conducting importan studies on th reclamation ol I r c. hmdl The sun that heats since time lm. but the sun that cools novelty in Israel. pior.ei nng research h energy has pi cHcal retcrment of hur treater debe exi ected in a %  horil i-ed by 1 n| the De. and e H ire UniA RiSING CENTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN JEWISH STATE loramic view oi the cer.::cl :crr.pus the Heb:ev; •. %  :..versity at G^vctjanv



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?=ge 16-A *J*ni$tFkridiiar Friday. February 9, 1962 Not Perfidy: Tragedy By MAX LERNER ^riclchnston to Address Conference Continued ''cm Page !•* n vi is 1 level (3 pi: ..< veran I for i %  %  %  E .-. % %  "-. • %  :.-. M k of ami ior %  %  : %  t he '. er Tl-s p's-i ealli ff usirvj the Sea c' Galilee 3S a rasc-rvoir for developing hy.Hro-electri; pswer and ta provide wale' tor irr -•*• ting undeveloped land c-n besides o* 'lie Jordan River to te filed b, bs:h the Arabs and Israelis. : I : strator of tin A i 5 also i Econ inder P siden' %  lays m< vie s p:s and novels H exterminati D of Hungary s thestor tragedj but t %  conspiracj a ..... he belittles th, whole ,, mensiovofaplotofl I n li founded the state and today rule r lews in Hungary at th b< st of the I trust I came to Hechts book with an open n .perfids -ubled about him I had ':. :,: % %  %  a storv oi overwhelms ..:• %  tragic impact. He< cafstick which to beat the BenGui THE BOOK TURNS :. %  SM '' %  '' %  Grei bis ac< isatii againsi R I Kaitei badbecom u Israeli ffi< a Sv £11 s r devil who took a beating in the judgmem was murdered before the appeal result came own. [he h n Greenwald and his militant lawyer. Shmuel Tamir. But this stor> is set within the irame of a tar grander and more terribli one—>hat c. the zatio mpted Kg and the death of 900.000 Hungarian Jews, m which Ir the Inter fbe?SalSes were Joel Brand and Eichmann. and. beyond both Amer.cai vetogm ent SthJm the leaders of the Jewish Agency and the heads the earring Commitlu under Preside* R se states during World War II. %elt Eichmann. seeing the war doomed for the Nazis and wishing perAl ,,> ,. |, > \m baps to clear himself from his bloody role in the destruction of Europe's Unlinw.ed" i ... %  •*" n 111 in Jews called in Joel Brand twice, in April and May. 194-;. and made him as we ll ai n anj articles, Johns! an offer: to sell him a million Jews, "blood for money, monej I r blood has bi awarded many honorary Later it became a deal for the Jews against 10,000 trucks, the latter to degrees b;. leading colleges and oe provided by the Allied government; (how else could they be? but miversit.es. and I ts ti i decordelivered by Jewish leaders, a thousand at a time. ,.-, | bj 15 countries for distinThe agony of !h( Sti ry lies with Branch with Kast-er. wit.n the Jewj.:.;,,,. M.-V.U Ke h 1 Is ish leaders. Joel Brand, who had learned a kind of cunninf o1 intrigue Medal I Mel I for service to and maneuver during the war as a Hungarian Jew whi smuggled other nal ii VVorli War II. Hungarian Jews to safety, also had a large naiveU aboul ii -%  He had a mission too staggering in importance for any oni an. Hi tried valiantly to fulfill it Perhaps hi should have known tha; the trnments—both the British and American—would not all l their line? trucks destined to be u?ed by the Naz:> on tlH Russian Iron:. He was unwary enough to get into British territory, and the British— who didn't want a million Hungarian Jews to descend upon Palestine— arrested him and he got no farther. Mosbe Sharett. for the Jewish Agency, also had a heartl reakini He believed Brand's story, felt he had to report it tc the British, tried to gel them to help, but was himself helple.-s. Kasiner's role was in some ways the most tragic. Alter Brand> failure, he became :he negotiator with the Eichmann gi asked him to pick :.6T3 Jews out of the 900.000 remaining: they were to t>p •:.-_ Rcbbi Kronish To be Chairman Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholi m. .-.; been named chairn an the Rabbinical Council for the Combined Campaign for AmenRel rm Judaism, it was an%  iui 11 d "his week. Sam C. Levenson, general chairman of the Greater Miami commitsaved, shipped out of Hungary as a token of Eichmanngecu faith. We tee. sai that Kabbi Kronish will see now. pirhap.-. that he should never have undertaken it: how can any "lead a group of his colleague; in man presume to decide who shall live, who die. of his fellowmen? I think he died in the agony of tha: moment when he made the monstrous choice. Tht assassin's bullet later, in Israel, simply sealed it. %  • NO ONE COMES OFF particularly well in this Story, except perhaps Brand—and he grew more bitter with each y< 11 am turni d :'h intensitj against the Jewish Agency leaders at the trial. Behind them all were the Nazis who carried out the mass murders and played Devil-God with these men in a proposed trade unparalleled >n histor} Let us sit on th? ground and weep at the story—but let us not dwarf .: by :alk of a plot. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING MOUNTAIN VALLEY 'V/AT&tfS. Some of our custi mei usirj this world-renowned water from H I Sf Arkansas for generations! Thc-c pci r %  e>rer.ence thai the recommended dail] .'. Mountain Valley helps to: • STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY • DISCHARGE WASTES If. by chance, you have not tried this ,'•. t I natural health aid. call tod.... f< first order. Learn how it may help yc predict >ou will continue using T\ a long time. 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the Of/< ovnan s "WorU by ISABEL GROVE B of honor at a reception in the home of Dr. and Mrs. w Stanley Wtinkle. 8 W. Rivo Alto dr.. will be Dr. and Mrs. Isratl • %  'echsler He's the internationally acclaimd neurologist, mder and honorary president e! the American Friends o! University of Jerusalem ate group f<"" cocktails and dinner with hosts Mr. t.-.d Casjel last Saturday Sh< of course, .the worldposer and concert pianisl Zucca. just returned .,'• %  ,-, r in Europe Beam I i ed tab!. *th :: d bj gold G-clefs I gl ght : %  • ev< I Mana-Zucca .,.. %  • •-.. %  : %  : %  • nonths ago • • %  ; ,„-South Mil i %  %  %  .. %  :.;.-. %  • • • -c.rywi.li • swatches i %  desig; loi i t the Mi rton Towerhas hi a appj ending [or M ... Decorated b> Margarei D Hass cl Plum rs. the ., ;. featured in an upcoming issue ol Florida Archr.ecA conglomerate of mixec. periods, contrasting and d woods, vivid yellows and whJU against low-key colors. crystal bowls and lamps added up to an unusually and liveable home Caus< for even greater pleasure ; lo Gotham Town in ;. few weeks Brother. Harold scripter, i> to receive a citation for his "Thief oi expose ot fraudulent cbaritj organizations, seer, re '. Armstrong Circle Theatre Presentation will be mack I Bensoi Ford, of the Ford Foundation for the United Fund .-,-••• ol Harold's documentaries, presented enginally on horn* Days cf Confusion." concerned with college admission. week athe theme of a workshop for Miami Beach High •ai Iheii parents. *•+ • %  ,-erj enthusiastic member ol th travel agents gathered %  week lor the Winter Show Case of Miami Beach sponntlj by Morris Lansburgh and Eastern Airlines is Mrs. 1.: Muriel) Karlan. of New Roche!!. NY. With the ex. i •, -lightly gray day. brilliant sunshine lit up our natural %  and all the planned activities were a huge success nf was a dinner followed by the French revue given at I eauville hotel for 1.600 And tbe "small, intimate'' ccck part) the next dav at the Pine Tret dr.. home of the Lans. : r the same 1.600 guests Bonus for Muriel was the a! time spent with daughter Sandy, here for the winter mil winter vacation from Nautilus Junior High coincided • :h hei stay. ant • %  Wedding bells in the future of Barbara Ann Wahl. of BoundN J now a senior at the University cf Miami, and Herbert • icb. of Miami Beach, a former Marine Flying down to the Grand Bahamas for a week, the devoted bers of a long-enduring "Tuesday Club" ... And not a husband in sight Bess (Mrs. Albert) Chisling. Mildred (Mrs. Nat) Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias. Stella (Mrs. Sidney) Teller, and rielei Mrs Danny) Sepler Unavoidably detained at the la--t '•-. Lillian (Mrs. Raymond) Feiner Happj foursome on the "Franca C" with Caracas the prim* r.ation, Rot and Gerry Soltz and Miriam and Phil Schill themselves "perfect traveling companions" : a burst of sentimentality. Larrie and Arlene Blasberg i : new 22 ft. Century Sea Skill Mike n' Ira aftei si all sons They've now resigned themselv. t< i u as Mike 'n' Ike" Crowning disillusicnn %  i.-i it that way. too. %  • atives from up and dowr. the east coast converge. [or the recent Bar Mitzvah and reception of Bvron Weintraub in the Bna. Zion Synagogue there, with Rabbi Si [fra officiating Byronparents, Mr and Mrs. Isalire Wi traub and his grandparents. Mrs. Berman Weintraub late Mr Weintraub. all pioneer Key Westers and founders agogue which his father serves as vice president included the Ben Bauers. of Stamford. Conn ; Mrs. Esther %  : stem; the Mitchell Appelrouths. of Richmond. \a.: Dr. Jack Snider, of Jax; Mrs. Faye Anschull and Mrs. Eliz• Brownstein, of Tampa: Herman Forman and Ceil WelflMiami Beach; and Mrs. Jennie Appelrouth Officials en• ceremony included Mayor and Mrs. C. B. Harvey. Commissioner and Mrs. William Ousterhoudt. and Mr. and J Y. Porter IV •HE %  %  *• Two weekend celebrations for the golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ash, of Bayside. L.I., and 1228 West ave. AIUM ugh daughter Jean and son Howard were not able to be with I ir parents for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Fisher, residents 1 r for 30 years, and niece and nephew of the couple, happy sublutes for the dinner at Maurice's Steak House Saturday night open house the following Sunday A half century of "togetherness" for the Frank Pensos. of 1226 I n celebrating with a dinner at the Seville hotel Both in Turkev. they have been residents here for 21 years Ihej have three daughters. Helen Penso. Mrs. Sam Jackowitz. i' Mrs. Emanuel Ginsburg, and four grandchildren And 50 plus 5 for the Louis Shafkins who came here 35 years !rom Columbia S.C. Thev were honored at a party given and Mrs. Harry Webb on "Sunday at the Shore Club hotel. • Tuesday another anniversary celebration was given by the Shore Citizens Club of which Shafkin is president, at Wash• oral ... The Shafkin."414 Pine Tree dr .: bei of the Miami Beach Planning Board and activ. n< B'nai B'rith. Elks Cl I Zionists, Miami 1 merce and Better I i %  • x '" % %  '' %  %  as I s] with her • d membership Jewish Floridian Miami. Florida. Friday. February 9, 1962 Section = Women Plan Temple Bazaar Tempi. Nor Tamid Sisterhood is planning a bazaar beginning 10 a.m.. Thursday. Feb. 15. in Sklar Auditorium. Featurein "ye old country v, ( ,r< II include hidden treasuri • I!) Items, brick-a-brack, c.i.r.i i. g lods furnitun ni <* clothing ,,: • ime 1 aked cakes. n a ii el dinner will be -(rve %  cording to Mrs Murray A Shaw, Sisterhood president. Cochairmen of the project are Mrs. Michael Mazier, Mrs. Louis Hirsh, aid Mrs George Maizel. Proceeds are for Sisterhood's projects in the Temple and religious school. Mrs. Jack Popick (left) and Mrs. Louis Glasser (right) meet with Mrs. J3nnie Grcssinger at a luncheon and reception lest wee".-: hested by Mrs. Grossinger at her Miami Beach home in honor of Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr.. national president of the Women's Division, American Friends of Hebrew University. Reform Sisterhood National Director To Address Joint Florida Meeting Here Miss Eleanor R. Schwartz, associate director of the National Ft deration of Temple Sisterhoods, will address a Feb. 14 meeting ot the Sisterhoods of Reform and Liberal Temples of Florida at the Car lien hotel. A welcoming coffee at 10 a.m.. Wednesday, will be followed by a luncheon, when Miss Schwartz is scheduled to discuss "Realities of Leadership." Program will also MISS OIAfllM SCHWARTZ include the honoring of Mrs. Alfred Reich, of Temple Judea, on her election to the board of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods. On Thursday morning. Miss Schwartz will conduct a workshop at Temple Judea. according to Mrs. A. David Goldberg, president of the Temple Judea Sisterhood, who invited Miss Schwartz to visit Miami. Rabbi Mordecai Podet. spiritual leader of Temple Judea. has designed Feb. 16 as Sisterhood SabLath at the Temple, and Miss Schwartz will speak from the pulpit. Coordinators of the luncheon are Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Southeastern vice president of N'FTS. and Mrs. Ben Kazan, program chairman, oi Temple Judea. A native of Chicago. Ill Miss Schwartz has been associated with the American Reform movement for many years. Prior to her appointment to the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, she served as associate director of the National Federation of Temple Youth, the youth affiliate of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. A graduate ol the University of Chicago, she majored in political science and psychology. During World War 11. Miss Schwartz worked for the United States Government as a personal consultant. Brandeis Women Slate Simonhoff H a r r y Smionholl. author, columnist and attorney, will discuss ••Jewish Participants in the Civil War at the annual bonus book review and tea of Brandeis University National Women's Committee. Miami Beach chapter. Mrs. Stanley Frehling. 3795 Pinetree dr., will be hostess at her home for the occasion scheduled lor Friday, Feb. 16, at 1:30 p.m. Members who have contributed a minimum of one book to the library since February 25, 1961. or will do so on or before February 36, 1962. are invited to attend. Reservations and contributions may be sent to Mrs. Albert O. Levin. 930 Bay dr., newly elected vice president of the book fund, or to the following area chairmen: Mesdames Harry Faber. 800 Lenox ave.; Donald Rubin, 1755 Calais dr.; Ralph Spero. 4335 Royal Palm ave.; and Solomon Toonket. 1020 NE 172nd ter.. No. Miami Beach. Brandeis University Library is supported and maintained through membership, life and annual, voluntary contributions to book fund, and special and major collections and endowments. Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is president of the chapter. Dior Collection To be Shown The premiere of the Dior-Israel Collection will be held under the auspices of the national Women's Division for Israel Bonds at a luncheon on Friday noon. Feb. 23. at the Fontaineblcau hotel, it has been announced by Mrs. Jan Peercc. national chairman of the Women's Division. The entire Dior-Israel collection beint accesaoriaed by Jordan it ; Miami. distinBaker and ucipate ir. • cheon. The extraordinary collection com bines fashions designed especially by the House of Dior utilizing Israeli fabrics, and fashions created by the leading couturiers of Israel. The Dior Israel Collection and luncheon will be a highlight of the inaugural conference for Israel Bonds to be held from Friday. Feb. 23. through Sunday. Feb. 25. be Fontaineblcau hotel During the past seven : esigners bav. ties a1 y It • Miami Group Marks Birthday Mrs. Joseph I. Winters, of NewYork, national president, and Mrs Harry A. Greene, vice president of the United Order of True Sisters, will be stopping at the Carillon hotel during their visit here to help Miami 43. United Order, celebrate its ninth birthday. They will also attend the local unit's birthday luncheon meeting and play at Hibiscus Auditorium on Feb. 19. The one big fund-raising affair of the year will be a cocktail party, dinner and dance at the Seville hotel on Feb. 24. Tickets are available from Mrs. Harold Brown and Mrs Bernard Lowenthal. Proceeds will help support United Order's philanthropies in Dade county. The organization serves leukemia children at the Tumor Clinic of Variety Children's Hospital and indigent cancer patients at the Isotope Laboratory of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hospital. Parent-Teenage Breakfast Hal Black, principal of Miami r High School, will be guest gpeakei at Beth David'.monthly pan ge breakfast on Sunday ces will be held in the 30 am followed by %  i progr;. i so



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Poae 2-B lfi*Hnkr/drc>r> Fridoy, February 9. 1982 Pioneer Women Planning Events :,.. .-• %  pioneer Worn,, meet Tue-day evenii Bern Ei .1 r.ar. -anon. Isaac Pushkin, president. wi!J bos: a card party following the shor; business .session, v.lUl MiI .; Zeltzer and Mrs. Morris Dcvchu:;: as co-hostesses, in honoi !hrir wedding anniversaries. roceeds art lor Chii:! Rescue I of Pioneer Womtn. Chairrrl it' %  r.eer Women's Council of Greater Miami. M.and •'•%  -• ph Horowitz v, present i program of f o 1 k w Miami Hadassah Dedicates Month Miami Hadassah is dedicating Ncwcorr.b Cc!!cge, will be gu<-t the mr-th Oi February to lladasspeaker. A questlOB and an^-r sah Hebrew University Medical p riod with audjenea participate Center in Jerusalem, "rtti follow. ^ ^ Conso-udating all health and modTor#h ^ ^ ^ ical services to meet the(needs"t |„ n cheon Monday noon S | lsraersgro^^popu.auo^^un. i the ^ ^ ^ g^.,^^,, Sl sts of a 5flr>OTrrnos P ..arWar>. bUfj Cards !, 3R-SK -* %  %  —. • ??* vilion clinic for out-patients, school of nursini nuwes' residence, and' Tikvah Bvsliwsi imj Proftw^ resumrant •• a"** met at the home of Dr. reswuram. __-___,. „..,„ Eugene Silvertene. 2200 N..<5re. r There M also a synagogue, with stained glass MMl designed b> f •-" ^ ^ .„ pc the famous artist. Marc Chagall. ^ ^ ^^ „ )ed by 0icar R f paport, local attorney. Mrs. Nat In celebration of the completion Uvi(( u Qr hfT rec?nt tr F „ o' the Medical Center. Menorah Pleased about the way plans are evolving tor the annual Temple Beth Am dinneT dance on behalf of Israel Bonds are the chairmen of the arrangement committee, Mrs. Theodore Marks. 6833 Veronese, Coral Gables, end Mrs. Herbert Sobel. 570C Twin Lakes dr., So. Miami. The dinner will take place ct the Temple on Sunday, Feb. 18. Dr. Irwin Perhnutter is dinner chcrman. Rabbi Herbert Baumacrc is spiritual leader of Ternpie Ee'h Am. Phi Sig Alums In Meeting Here %  Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma sorority memsor rity wen t< meet Thursday, ber. wh< .currentl) -:" here • i home %  Mrs from New Jersey Harrj t2 5* I M iggior At thc ns were t0 >>' %  ral Gabies ;, ( mi rie for i i barbeci witl EI %  tz was to serve actives on 1 University oi '• s hostess %  • %  • mi campus at th( homi of Mrs Meyer r of her daughBaskin. 1 19 ; : nand St.. Coral •' Mrs E • Schwartz also ; %  Gables latei this month group of Miami Hadassah hold an auction and bazaar at South Miami Elks Club on Saturday night. On Sunday night, a dinner dance took place at the Deauville hotel, | and on Tuesday evening. Feb. 27. Menorah extends an invitation to members, husbands and guests to the home of Mrs. Robert Woolf. 5050 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables.' where the first showing of slides j Of the Marc Chagall windows will bo presented, along with a sound | color movie, "Fifty Miracle Minutes." depicting "Moving Day" at •he new hospital. Mt. Sccpus group invitememWrs arc inends to a brunch and sicalt for Hadassah Medical OrL<:.::.: ror Monday. 1130 a.m.. • %  Gal les Women's Club. ti de Leon blvd. Albert Einstein group will M< .. .; %  .: 3 %  r m .it Congrega. • ah Moshe. Heire-hmcnts tx served Scheduled is a lecture oi Jewish Behavior Respon-i • lor Ai :: Si -' %  Mrs WilL( %  graduate of Sophia ^JV MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-unsaturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates To reduce saturated fats in your family's diet—MAR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils ... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High L" factor is the biggest food news in a long time—a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. M y Delicious as it is nutritious— MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. Use MAR-PARV for every meal for every member of >our family starting tomorrow! r IW-^ pi '" ^^r% +**+ %  • IV KOSHER.^ kosher 8 pareve contains no milk or animal fat... only pure vegetable oil ingredients Another fine product of THE MIAMI MARGARINE COMPANY, CINCINNATI, OHIO mok.rs of" NU-MAID Margarin* and DURKEE'S Salad Drt/n fl Deep rich mellow tasty... KHLESS! w no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliceriorinnbi* tasty chunk today fuit sandwiches, omelets; salads, canapes .. for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am oi Switzer* land! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Friday, February 9. 1962 vJenistfkridti&n Page 3-3 Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Mark Third Anniversary at Springs Villas Sat. Honoring Mrs. Nizer (second from left), mother of Louis Nizer. whose book "My Life in Court." has been discussed at the Miami Beach Hcdassah book review series, are (left to right) Miss Lillian Goodman, president, Mrs. I. B. Weinsteiu. reviewer, end Mrs. Fred Jonas, chairman of the day. Interfaith Theme For Sisterhood February is set aside as Interfaith and Brotherhood Month. \; a regular mee'ing of the Tern p| Sinai Sisterhood on Wednesday evening m the Temple auditorium, 12100 NE 15th ave.. Mrs. Edward Auerbach. program chairman, will present Rev. George E. Johnson, of the Miami Shores Community Church, in a discussion of •"Call to K %  membrance." Musical portion of the program will be under the direction of Rafael Heaston. choir director and organist, who will conduct the combined choirs of the Church of the £piphan> of Hialeah. and of Temple Sinai in a recital of special music. Hospitality chairman. Mrs. Ruth M lysman, will be in charge of refreshments. Valentine Party Scheduled Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'nth. will have a Valentine party on Tuesday evening at Beth David Congregation. There will be exhibitions by a professional dance team, dance contests for the members, and community singing. Refreshments will be served. Hebrew Free Loan Meeting Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Assn. will have a general meeting on Monday evening at Bt'th El Congregation. Rabbi Solo1 mon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth i El. will offer the invocation. Isa! dure Schwartz is president of the ; organization. Glowing multi-colored lights will Illuminate the Playhouse of Miami Springs Villas on Saturday evening, when Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary stages its third annual dini.er and ball. Red and white table decorations with a heart theme will be the predominant decor. it COM fug to Mrs. Robert Hyams. chairman of the decorations committee, Some 500 members of the Auxiliary and their husbands will join guests, civic leaders, and wellwishers to congratulate the women's group on its third anniversary as a service unit. President. Mrs Nathaniel Levin, and general chairman. Mrs. Hersrhel Le^chel. announce.! that the Ball will be sparked by "good fellowship, dancing, music, entertainment, and definitely no speeches.'' "The evening will be strictly tun and enjoyment—nothing else,'' the arrangements committee emphasized Art Bruns, director of the Villas. will present the floor show of toplevel acts currently appearing at the well-known night spot. Valentine theme was selected because of the Auxiliary's interest in the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion, occupying the entire fourth floor of Cedars Hospital. Here, highly-trained specialists will eventually conduct research and treatment of heart diseases. At the Ball, a welcoming committee consisting of Auxiliary vice presidents will form the receiving line, together with Mr and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Sapiro. who is hospital president, will bring official greetings to the celebrants from Cedars' officers and trustees. Myers is "cfWTfman of the board. Also in the receiving line will be Mr and Mrs. Herschel Leschel, Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Dr. and Mrs. Morris Blau Mr. and Mrs Ted Lotterman. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markowitz. and members of the Auxiliary board. Reservatlones chairman. Mrs. Benjamin Oren. reported that some tables seating parties of ten are still available, and tickets are ivailable through Mrs. Oren's home. 1640 Tigertail ave.. Coconut Grove. Mrs Lawrence Adler is oOSteS8 committee chairman, ami Mrs. Mitchell M. Goldman heads the ticket committee. Mrs. Jacob Cot -ky is in charge of invitations, and Mrs Herbert Goodman is pubhcitv chairman. Mesdames Reuben Rochkmd and Frank VtfttkOflE serve with the program commit'ee sunshine fashions trend setter in the south Shop Burdine's for the South's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop rh nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop monclay anal Irialay U3rd ttraat, ft. laudardaU, wait %  iaaai baaih 'til palm ba.ch 'til 30 MOM KOPLE UM ajj rashing, catona-fnw Torch Fund Card Party Motile Kahaner Sisterhood is sponsoring a scholarship Tor ah Fund luncheon and card party in the Social Hall of Beth Torah on rhursday noon. Feb 15. Funds raised will go to the National Torah Fund, which helps lents training for the rabbinate at the Jewish Theological Semin-1 arv at America. The Seminary is part of the United Synagogue of i America, which serves the Con native movement, baby silting serve? A ill be available. In jcharga of tickets and reservations are Mesdames Ann us and'Sadie Lowy. Unmatched That on the right side of the keystone on the iabat is the seal of endorsement of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREOAWOaiS Of AMERICA. I nua sucaa maoraoa VAU* I IxwnMM by iactwi to) I fbtba. 0Mti"B awl la cat ana Jitii. Ut lo kaowataa, rua


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Fcge 4-3 -JewistflcrMtor Friday. February 9. 1362 Beach Groups of Hadassah Highlight Jewish Music Month at Monday Meeting Miami Beach groups of Hadassah will highlight the 18th annual national Jewish Music Month, scheduled Jan. 20 to Feb. 20. at thtir meetings Monday. • Bay H-irbor group will mark the the occasion with a luncheon at nocn at the Beau Rivage hotel. foUowed by a card party. *' Brnd*i.group schedules a lunched: at noon in the Jade room of thi Fontainebleau hotel. < Esther group will hold a luncheon meeting at the Barcelona hotel at niK>n. with Jewish music the highlight .>f the program. Htrxl group will hold .1 luncheon at the Eden Roc hotel at noon. Guest speaker will be Dr Zev Kogan. Also slated is Mrs Morris Alpert. Israeii group will meet at the Algiers hotel in the Scheheiezade room at noon. Special pro ;>ram will honor Jewish Music Month. Rose Marie Chalek will give a reading. Rose Tunick. operatic and folk singer, will offer a group of selections, accompanied by Mrs. Gladys Dinitz Schlosberg. Emma Lazarus group will meet : at r.oon at the Normandy Isle Branch of the Washington Federal i Savings and Loan Assn. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Eugene j Labovitz in a discussion of Youth Aliyah. Morton Towers group will meet at noon in the Morten Towers card room. Mee'ina will be followed by cards. Hanna Senesch group will have a luncheon meeting at the Saxony hotel at noon. Entertaining program is scheduled. Henrietta Sio!d group u ill meet a: the Algiers hotel in the Rubaivat room at noon. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais. Kaye Harrison is soloist. Shaloma group will meet at Hibiscus Temple at noon. Meeting will be followed by a book review given by Rabbi Samuel April, of Coral Way Jewish Center. steohcA S Wist group will have evening at the Normandy..iWJ> I. hnnch at 1130 at the CasaBranch of Washington Federal iblanca' hotel. Guest speaker will Savings and Loan Assn.. at & p.m. jbe Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Sylvia Ross. | • vocalist, will offer a program of, Southgat* group was to meet oj r-iu-.cal selections. Thursday evening, at Southgatfc Recreation Hail. Southgate PIJY 1 I. R. Codmn group will hold a regular meeting on Wed"edav ers were to present a skit, wards a New Day." "To/** Molly Picon's MISH-MASH %  RMMMBBBaMBMaaMMBa ".?T". •& Most actresses make their debuts on the stage. I made mine in a trolley car. Mama was taking her five year old "Malkale" to sing in an amateur show. She was determined I wouIJ win first prize because it was a five dollar gold piece and we needed the money. You should have seen me on that trolley car. I was dressed in a red "cording pleated" dress, an imitation karakul co.U. imitation ermine bonnet and muff, all of which Mama had painstakingly made for me herself. A drunk staggered up to me and said, "Where ya goin'. fansliy pants?" Mama looked down quickly to see if my bloomers were showing. Then she said haughtily. ''My daughter is on her way to the theatre to sing. Show the man, Molly dear". So I stood up in the crowded trolley car and went through my routine, adding an unflattering impersonation of the drunken man. "Tlntsh great", he shouted. With that, he grabbed my "ermine" hat and made every passenger in the car drop a few coins into it. I did manage to win the five dollar first prize at the amateur show, plus a pocketful of assorted coins th.it the audience tossed up onto the stage as I sang. When we got home, Mama dumped all the loot onto the kitchen table and counted it. %  Malkale". she said joyfully, "almost ten dollars. That's more than Papa makes in a week. That settles it. You'll be an actress." One thing about Mama, she made decisions-fast. Not everybody can make decisions as easily as Mama could, except. of course, when it comes to picking the best !,ranl of fine Icos ifood. 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:." %  %  Friday. February 9, 1862 +Je*isl llrridifin Poge 5-3 leth David Congregation's new Hairy Simons Library was Icrmally dedicated on Sunday. Shown (lelt to right) are Mrs. Hcrold Berke. Mrs. Lewis Sternshein. and Mrs. A. I. Eeer. -members of the library committee: Hany Simons; and Mis. Frank Rose and Judge Milton Friedman, trustees oi the Lbrary. Double Feature Scheduled Here nlc Zamora Sisterhood ree Kwart. Irving Pliskin. M. Sar:no n'ai monthly meeting Wednesday and Ed Solomon, iveiling will highlight Jewish Mu. Month and Tor ah Fund. em ben will bring their Tora* 1 I •.-. which will bt credited toward admission to the area-wide .; !i ?"u;id luncheon planned for I! rsday, Mai !. at tht DeauviUe I ile! is raised in this program ;i' :iv,,-!rd the education of rabbis ; and teachers of the Conservative i i .tment. and the radio broadj casts of "The Eternal light." Participating in the meeting will I* Mrs Rose Gallon, cultural vice president, and Bfosdames Michael BJ .-• Nat Goldy, Leon Honig. living Klein. I. L. Kussner. Joe It Ik on Heorl Disease Paul Nonkin spoke on heart • : :..ii d'.sta>cs Wednesday eve. at a regular meeting of Roo.-e • %  Temple 33. Pythian Sisters. Board Room To be Dedicated More than 400 women, members and officers of the Hebrew Academy Women will gather at the new school site, 2400 Pinetree dr., on Monday, 1 p.m., to dedicate the Hebrew Academy Women Directors Room in honor of the 86th birthday of Mrs. Sarah Czech, who has endowed the room. Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president of Hebrew Academy Women, said that Mrs. Sarah Czech will also be recognized "for her noteworthy contributions to the Jewish community in America and Israel." Mrs. Ixonard Rosen, women's division campaign chairman, said that joining the Academy Women in honoring Mrs. Czech will be representatives of the various organizations in which she has been active since her arrival in Miami Beach. Special dedication ceremonies will be conducted by Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal ol the Academy Following the ceremony, a birthday party will be held in the recreation hall of the new school building. Jo Debra Shapiro. Maria Simon and Michael Wittcls. kindergarten students at the Academy. Talk on Beauty For Opti-Mrs. "A New Path to Beauty" wil be I demonstrated and discussed a i J meeting of the Opti-Mrs. Club if \ Miami Beach on Tuesday n&oi the Seville hotel. Guest speakers will bt Margaret Newman Steam] designer, asd Princess Marina Slerbatov fc:mer executive vice president if International Beauty Salcr?. Slate Brunch Book Review MRS. SARAH CZtCH will participate in the candlelight ing ceremonies. Chairmen of the event are Mesdames M. H. Rosenhoi^e and Harry Kaplan Special recognition will be accorded to all Hebrew Academy Women officers, directors and life members. North D ;. de chapter oi B ial iB'rith Women will hold i brunch'book review on Wednesday, F-b. 28. 11 a.m.. at the Rascal House Mrs Frank Kerdyk will review ; "Chairman of the Bored.' by Charles Streeter, who also w :ote "Father of the Bride." In charge of iniormaticr. is Mrs. Charles Winneker. All New 'Pop' Concert Dade Heights Jewish Congr-ration is sponsoring a "Pop" concert on Saturday evening, Feb. 17. with all new stars and new acts, New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammonia %  • cleans everything 9 from the floor up! Product i CollateP|IB0llV* • • • CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —ir.e first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! Vcu'll see a white tomsdc of power that claant everything n its path. Even comers, where dirt and wax build up, come sparkling clean without scraping. And you oon't need to 'inse! New Ajax All Pjrpose Cleaner With ammonia leaves a fresh, clean "men that proves it's really done the job! /l/fiW Fleischmann By -he Mel.'i Neifcnmann'i YcoW 's Unsalted (Sweet) Margarine Made from 100% Corn Oil ^Contains liquid corn oil! X^ Ideal for high-polyunsaturate diets I s£ Ideal for restricted diets I x^ Ideal for low-sodium diets I X^Only unsalted margarine made from 100% corn oil! CERTIFIED KOSHER look for the Green Foil Package in Your Grocer's fWZtN MfoCASlf l*E c *3te IN YOUR GROCER'S FROZEN FOOD CASE 0 H WORTH lO* To Tht Dealer: For each coupon you accept as our authorized agent. we will pay you the face value plus usual handling charges, provided you and your customer have complied with the terms of thir offer; any other application constitutes fraud. Invoices showing your purchase ol sufficient stock to cover all coupons redeemed must be shown upon request. Void if prohibited, taxed or restricted. Your customer must pay any sales tax. Cash value l/20th of 1 cent. Redeem only through our representative or by mailing to Standard Brands Incor* porated at. P. 0. Box 29084, Cincinnati. Ohio. Offer good only in United States This coupon expires on May 9, 1962. ON PURCHASE OF 1 LB. Fleischmann's Unsalted Margarine Ijfa



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Pcce 6 6 +JeistFkridiar r'riday, February 9. 1962 Tie Barrv SUters Cla re 2nd Memo take fcne out bom r..zr.:.: = %  ::. a stars :: the Eden Re; bete show to y. friend ludge Jason Bericnan with a copy ol Ihe-j latest Reu ette h.t recordinc Shalom The slruzn ley" N:cht Aui I. .e Social Club (Installs Officers Mid-Winter function % %  %  r : %  .::.:.r i C %  %  fTt • Social %  Betk El .. % %  %  %  :h( re%  — ..%  -. M M 1 J Brail • cretarj Mrs M Sor. : • Mrs M %  %  %  %  5u! --.-. ::. Mik< : en; A ttK "orvair •... a 1 n Garden Show Features Exhibit of Mt Sinai HosplHI exhibition in it* mi '• Wcdnc> mi Beach waterfront i : Mrs J' ias Bi %  • • %  -' Sunset Is3 rdir.a to Mr< %  % % %  • 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  I •. %  BBYO Board Gets Convention News el v % %  Y hotel Ml fry Eli H The ;:-: %  ...... nvenState of Fla : arrai jet Fletcher, winner ol lht AZA %  r ill pretent hi lanei Upsbttz. BBC. 5!ory-:eins • Valentine Dance on Sunday m \ %  "...-• %  • • ith mus:c bj %  %  %  ". scrvi CATERING... n Co DIPLOMAT ak< .-. preseninvention. %  • % %  a sin nee, J for ice will be dis Eltioi aerabei ol the : AZA Fre I KamAZA San Ij K Ta?s BBG: Nti Ker.r 5 Si • •-... \ %  also 1 TH2 OCEAN AT 4*th STtt&BT .,.;.: RCSERV'AT "'•" NO* FOR ; i. .'•-. SABBATH : NNEf IN lllorton T< |unun [jOUJCrS BEAUTIFUL NEW BAYSIDE DINING ROOM > Ea:^ Fr day eve rig 1 %  j ~ -•=.-. be si > JS V .... .. %  ; : -.-.%  -.-.Vk A 3 S" DIPLOMAT -4^ _>r ?^.?^./j/ Eyebank Party Slated Mondcy : %  r.i %  • Is large i reser 1 %  DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Hi.. .•:.-: :-.s :: : r ~.i e lot* fc-pTTtt-r: -£. ff f*;i-f r.-i'. ;-s. Mv mat Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion Yov'tl find complete facilities tc exactly tatrtfy your need tn the Kitmet, Aladdin, ScheHerozod* o*^ Roboiyot Room? b* It for e wedding or o private party I HDiA*l RIVER GftAPCFULTf Sc: 1 =i-. a-, f ; -;.:•:•*!-. — 1 ->--*I*J ir-n -1: .... CONF*M*T)0eS • eC€ r TIO*S • DOl* ANCl.-€TS • WErfT'NOS • p*£S :;• ;oc •:. IEAUVILLE ? .. f.'.r* PHONt: UN S-S511 lr '-.tt p-ctector' f *. artons 9C*. box 111.95 F. Cs-e' ...„„_ 8^0 Hbc-s^el B.50 12 !b. Mr-?'er._ 5.75 C:-:- t. r. -< 9-caa. ^kH ca*l k*r *c* r ^r< *.:*-? *• &f *~ C, S ^ ^ ;• -^rt acvee AM :rx • K *ccJj.xs :*-*; tau-Ktoe (*• --t a .-p*c ar —raj "RICH DALE GROVES *frici* F-;a 'J icrs ••r IMcrmfiom HA2EI AU1SON CAUt nfj r';oa JE 1-eOol eem si cettms a *1



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February 9. 1962 +Jewist norMiMir Page 7-B Leo Fuchs Will Appear crt Grove Le > Fuchs. favorite ot the Yiddish-American stage, will join forci on Tuesday with equally lalentM Dick Shawn to co-star in the bright new comedy, "Come Blow Yi ur Hon." at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The longest running comedy hit on Broadway. Come Blow Your Horn" will -:.ir Fuchs in the r le of a doting father, w h o e son, played by Shawn, is intent on remaining .1 bachel ir u ii 11 e Clinic for the Aging "A Clinic for Our Aging" % % %  111 be the topic of Dr. Jack Greenhouse when he speaks before the Citizen* Action League on Monday. 8:30 p nv. at Washington Federa. Savings and Loan Assn.. 1133 Normandy dr. Luncheon Meeting Set Albert Einstein chapter of Hadassah will hold its monthly luncheon nuetirj on Mondaj in £qggrecation Yehudah MoshTs Popiel Hall. Mrs. Shelia Baron :> president. Dr. Wolf son In Two Lectures %  T he Art of Understanding Ota People" was to be the topic ot a lecture by Dr. Abraham W'olfson or Thursday morning, before the Siimnas'.ic Club directed by LilLm Friedlander at the 10th st. beach. The talk will be repeated by Dr. Wolfson on Tuesday morning. 9 a.m.. at the 8th st. beach, immediately following Charles Siegel'i • \ci rcise ela- Dr Wolfson is the chairman of. the Spinoza Outdoor FUCHS fc' mmei ( nd Smoke," in color, Tennessee Williams' drama a smc. own rr.r.ister's daughter and a young doctor, fearinq Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, opens Friday %  '•*Cc-'.. Miami Miracle, 163rd Street, and Essex Theatres. %  ferae! Night' For Teen-Agers ..,.,• Ten? • Emanu-EI m %  .!, % %  ; <:i Ts m\. N'lsthl K-. %  .,:, n-egation's M | S '1 chapter, M at 3 p.m.. and the national tood of Israel 1scheduled for the Temp;-'North Blanch bldg. Mis Balfonna GUad will teach •he youngsters Israeli danceand efreshments will include "falafel." tachi .. in.younger brother how 1 gro up as a ladies man like himself. Making his local legitimate truare debut. Fuchs is well know to • pthemers for his string ol hits in which he has played everything from "Girl Crazy" to the universally-acclaimed Featured as the mother will be Henrietta Jacobson. -tar of many great Yiddish successes, in which she has played opposite such stars a; Meiiasha Skulnik Molly Picon. Paul Muni and Jacob Ben-Ami. Playing two weeks only. "Come Blow Your Horn" follows the month-long success of Menasha Skulnik in "Uncle Willie." YU BAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel THE AGRICULTURE SETTLEMENT shown here is one of the hundreds of Kibbutzim or collective farming units in Israel today. Cultivation is also carried on by individuals. The most modern techniques are employed, many of them developed by Israeli engineers to mak this ancient land yield bountiful crops. In 10 brief years, Israel has almost tripled its farm output! rtntl ar N. 1.) EVFRY SIP OF YUBAN IS A SIMCHA IN ITSELF BECAUSE IT IS THE WORLD'S RICHEST COFFEE This is indeed the world's richest tasting coffee because Yuban adds to it blend, aged coffee beans...aged lik the best flavored wine and cheese. Deep, dark delicious Yuban.-every cup, every sip a joy in itself! YU BAN -The Simcha Coffee KOSHER-PARVE T^e Premium Coe of tfi-t foods Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! X IA.MOND STAL .+ %  A •'' SALT < COARSE; Three generations of Jewish housewives have put their fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect, too for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt I makes crispier salads Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. Then shake off. Greens are perfectly teagoned and my crap for your favorite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef I Do all your seasoning with DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSB KOSHER SALT <^^ Diamond Crystal Salt Company *VH%  *v*vA TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Served in a glass or a cup... There's Yom Tov spirit in this famous tea ... "flavor crushed for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleasure with your fleishigs and milchigs and between meal refreshment. TETLEY TEA Certified Kothet unJettltct Rjbbtmcal Supervision %  vW•*** -w*



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Pcce 8-B +Jeisf Fkrilfar Friday, Februcay 9, 1332 ranees r i i We the Women Goodmcrks Will Resume Studies A bridal sown of chantiMy lace accented with satin and white orchids was the choice of Sheila Harriet Kravitz tr her marriage to Robert Lewis G-Jodmark on Sunday afternoon. Feb. 4. at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman Officiated, and the ceremony was followed by a reception at Chandler's res.aurant. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kravitz. 901 Sylvania blvri.. W. Miami, the bride was attended bySandra Wein. Paren's of the bridegroom are Good in ark. and flowers to fill the gaps met her husband in Cincinnati while they wen rs itj %  H ler n< % % %  %  % % %  -' %  %  md during his Sara returni The Stepners have a lovely collection of they have enj iyed gathering : th< years Sara usua Ij -; cializes in functional antiq es One 1 tier fa^ tes is an | ar |. • [thai she uses foi a silver chi -• facel : %  Years ago Sara in most of rograms f Sational Council of Jewish Women, and Home for the Agi I among others Then came Sccuting. Daugh ter Barbara is now a sophomore a: Syracuse. and Stephen is at Miami Beach High School Sara is currently president of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary Garden Club. She was one of the founding organizers of the Garden Cenler : .a: will be dedicated this spring Sara feels that beauty in flowers is form of art. of Chemical Engineers, and the American Rocket Societj Miss Deich Weds Steven Roth Phyllis Elaine Deich became bride of Steven Marc Roth on Su::'. v Feb. 4. ir. an afternoon cereurns. so5cn SCOD/HAR* MRS. STEVEN ROTH .: ; Km? SS Mrs. DyckmcnTo be Honored SARA reception followed. Wearing a flooi ng n, peau ie .,,;,' ... ith embroidery 3n1 seed pearls, the bride carried white •ea roses ar mnd a center orchid Natalie Sue Deich was maid honor, and bridesmaids were Bery! :. -• Gi lespie and Gen Roth Best man to the bridegroom was Barry Roth, and serving as ushers were Richard Roth and Marshall Goldberg. After a wedding trip to New OrThe Stepners travel a great deal, and whenever they go on a trip. lpans {he voung coup e „.,,, Uve tills their room with local flowers In Nice, the carnations at ten m Q a jji e sville, where they are atnr.:a dozen were fabulous. They themselves grow rare and tropical ten( j ln g the University of Florida plants here at home In order to keep up with his wife's hobby. Lester The'new Mrs. Roth Li majoring has started to collect orchids himself. Sara gives demonstrations on m English in the school of educa' flcv.tr arrangements — from the beginners to the more advanced. One tion Her husband's major is chemo: t-r blue ribbon arrangements is on display in the telephone room [gfjy anc i his fraternity is Alpha at Vizcaya. Art-in-flower arranging is becoming recognized all over th world, and Sara is doing more than her share to assure that it is rec< .nized here in Miami. -* STROLLING ALONG WORTH AVENUE M ; ichi : lembers Er n • ris 1 enei el I Mrs henry i ,. chapters i den. and Mrs. Sally Gold are -ea will gathi : %  tesses I t % %  zatherir j Mrs Feb. 15. to honor Mrs M • fred Stone is Florida isoord -an. of New Yori lational ii I -u. At 1.30 p.m., a • tel. a reception will be held •' which dignitaries will t > %  • Mrs. Dyckman. who has turned from an extensive planning trip :n connection with "• • opnients for the Mizrachi {ram in Israel. Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Mr-. MorEpsilon Pi. Parents of the new bride are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deich. 4444 Ingraham hwy.. Coral Gables. The bridegroom is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Irving Roth. Flushing. N.Y. They stood in front of Cartiers window in Palm Beach ar.d looked ar.r. .ooked. Then Esther (Mrs. Sidney) Schwartz and Bunny .Mrs. Joei Meyer bought a newspaper and continued with their window-shopping Beth El Sister hood They bumped into Miamian Mrs Harry Nathansor, and her houseg\i-:. Mrs. Max Witt, while strolling alon^ LITTLE KNOWN FACTS Did you know that Georgia (Mrs. William I.) Brenner was named foi ne State of Georgia by her mother. Mrs. Louis R. Roth 0 That was beCcUSe Mrs. Roth dearly loved the state where all of her children wer born The Arthur Rosichan's stationery says "House of the three R's."" C>: t of the R's is for son Dick who. by the way. has an outstanding III p collection. Therp's a name for that. FU^ AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLU8 Every one of the hundred and sixty guests at Ben and Martha B., -,'s dinner party at Westview looked lovely. There were many of the 31ums' friends from St. Louis, their former home, in town >o that it was pleasant for the new and old to meet and get to know one another. Arc ng the guests were the Edward Whitehorns. the Max Krauses. Mr and Mrs. Fred Jonas. Emma and Frank Weiss, Joe and Sylvia Rose, the Sam Niebergs. the A J Molaskys, and Sam and Bee Blank. Mr and Mrs A. J. Harris SURPRISE Sol and Gladys Cohen are about to have a girl in their family. S ay night. Douglas will marry Gail Levine in Jerico. L.I. The Cc tns and their younger son. Roy. who will be best man. jetted up to NV York. Rabbi Ludwig Roeder. of I'niontown. who oificiated at tr-. 3ar Mitzvah of both boys, will perform the wedding service. Gail act Douglas met a few years ago when both were attending the L'ni\< city >f Miami. LCTS OF PEOPLE WERE THERE Where 0 At the luncheon of the American Friends cf the Hebrew t"i. ersity in the Americana hotel. Bess iMrs. Louis> Gla=ser in an o.<:.ge outfit with an Oriental motif. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag glad to :e out after a seige in bed Also there: Mrs Harry Rubin. Mrs Acra Brenner Meyers, and Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer. The Dolly I ->rs. Mrs. Harold Rand, in periwinkle blue, and Mrs. David Catsman ir ed knit. Mrs. Martin Fine talking to Sadie Rosenbaum. Maria Marcy the guest of Jennie Grosinger. Felice (Mrs Gerald) Schwartz k i y in bright red. DeUa .Mrs. Maxi Appiebaum. her beautiful hair a red blaze, seated itie table next to Mrs. Samuel Liptoa in conversation with Mrs. Samu*: Ginsburg. Esther (Mrs. Carl. Weinkle button-holing her friends to Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El will sponsor its monthly luncheon Tuesday noon at Dora August Memorial Hall. 500 SW 17th ave. PERFEfT CORSET SHOP Est. 1935 "CATEfffNC TO THE PtOiltM FIGURE" AU TYPES CORSETS AND BRAS CUSTOM MADE 1755 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida FR 99837 Why BALDXESS in Your Future! Hatr it imci rt iJ with yoirHt, aaUmn* with ag. Wiko. with kit 20 ••" • aaarienca. can M* ami imarava your hair i JU' yaatfcfvi aaeaaroata %  • • ft— Examination • Triol Treatment $1 a No Obligation • Complete Privacy Parsanaliiad nu-metHod •raatmaa* far both mi* and woman. Waa*> •art 10 ta T—Sat. 13 HI I. Phone FR 4-7882 Today! 102 Canorcta Bldo... Miami HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WED0ING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD M.B. JE 8-1861 THE ADEIPHI SCHOOL FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS conducted at the ADELPrH BUSINESS COLLEGE t, THE NORTH DADE LABORATORIES Brochure PI 7-7623 A-l EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 94401 "WE BAKE OUR OWN" CARMEL PASTRY SHOP 0UALITY BAKING PRODUCTS HUNGARIAN AND VICNettSE HOME MADE STYLE PASTRIES "ONCE rRIcO NEVER DENIED CLOSEC SATURDAYS & HOUOAYS 0. ABRAHAM, Owner 847 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PHONE JE 8-7592 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 731 Woihington Ave. JE I-S401 OWN FOR THE HASOM U Accommodate Qr ,, olr>nt ret :nd them about Feb. 19th. the date of the New Horizons luncheon — cr CJA at the Eden Roc Mary (Mr* Jaccbi Sher in a lilac hat RENEWING OLD FRIENDS Lee < Mrs. M.I Gardner, of Sarasota. is in town to renew old friends'::s Since she moved away two years ago. she takes time out every K cften 'o return and find out what she 15 missing in the form of partie* £ ne> 1 not world aevni 7140 SW 8th ST. CA 1-4563 PETERSON'S STEAK PLACE • 1073 M* str^t, %  ., Hwfc#gf hlmi tr* porkimg in rar Fir A lovelier Yw... A hairstyle different, casual and easy-fo-keep' SUB MOTT HAIR srrusT UN a-l2* '•• %  %  % 



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Fnday. February 9, 1962 +Jewist fkrkttor Page 3-3 Zciichick, Andrews Exchange Vows Hiss Barbara Andrews and Gerald Barton Zaichick were umu .i in marriage Sunday evening, e %  i :: the Seville hotel. Follow, ni'ipUon and dinner in the v j,ambra ballroom of the hotel, ,, iroun couple left for a honey,„ )n Nassau. On their return, ,-. ,y will live in Gainesville. The bridal gown was of peau de with chuntil'.y lace applique md the bodice, town the front I ,i! the skirt, and encircling cathedra! train. The head,. was ol peau-taffet and chanlaci l ian Kaufman, the bride's eou.;. was maid of hanor. and brides%  '. A -,U wer Rhodal •• Zaichick, the i ;. r. Marion Posner. -,n Stiller and Beverly Jacobs ) I. Serving as bes! man was Joel isher. ami Stephen Andrews, bride's brother. Joel Levin, ild Bierman and David Rozen usl i rs. ner MiSi Andrews will luat< from the University of K rida school >t education in Hi r sor ritj Is Alpha EpsiPhi 7. ichick will have a degree ;. nn the University of Florida iool ol ele>lu(ical enganeering \: Fi ; uarj an I is a member of Vlpha Epsilon Pi and AIRE-IRE es. The new Mrs. Zaichick is chapter international sweetheart of Parents of the newlyweds are Mr and Mrs. Theafore Andrews, 5 Ul su 5th ter., and Mr. and Mr A R. Zaichick 345 SW 25th rl : B I R T H D A Z E : A first child, Bonnie S rived to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cohen. of 6451 W. Flagler st., on Jan. 30. New mother is the lormer Shelly Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Newman, of 2030 SW | d5lh ave. Great-grandfather of the baby is Morris Kauffman, formerly ul Philadelphia, Pa., now a resident of .Miami. Dan Ruskin Accepts Chairmanship Of CJA Bmh Residents Division MM. GtRALD Werpei Kuhn ZAICHICK Beach JWV Will Honor Members Jewish War Veterans, Miami Beach Post, will honor 20 m< mbers who have completed ten cr more years of continuous membership o.i Thursday. Feb. 15. Those honored will be: 25 years, David Greenberg, Herman Sokolow; 20 years. Maurice Klein; 15 years, Harry Stemple; (en years, Hy Kout. Al O.-sip. Daniel Neal Heller, Lester Rubin. Albert Blicht, Harold Shapiro, Irving Coepeiman, Burnett Roth. Jack Tobin. .Max Kern. Judge Jerry Kle.n. SJUI Von /.amli. Frank Gordon. Edith Jiser. and Jay Winston. The meeting will be held at 8 p.m., a; ltej8 Alton rd. Command%  r is Ben Goldberg. Dan Ruskin, nt of he Greater Miami Jewish Feder;ticn. .-i.-,>:<.• i Lie chairmanship A • Miami 3 ach Revdents Dh Ision : %  %  %  1362 Combined Jewish Appeal The ligsion ipp'.e^!its '' % %  •• New H>vp '.: %  -.campaign winch •.•over.-ubstantial g'fts i'" re te : ved ^'• %  %  \\ -: %  • Trades and Profe-si •' %  %  I in an i*ntortan campaign structure. "i realize that 1962 will be critical >tar." Rvekin sold, "and our eammuHty'i •--•--~iust exercise foil responsibility." Pr -twin in I 52. and chairman -A the 1950 CJA, Rusk : n served a; co-chairman of he Initial Gifts D:\i-ion, as camia:gn vice chairman, and as ho* orary president of Federation. He was chjirman cf the buildng a*d p'a ning committee of Mt. i H).-p';.,l in 1930, and is a r • trustee of Mt. Sinai. He ia tn -'f Temple Israel, nd I i ing been active in tra %  v ish :•' ime foi the Aged. He has also served the Heart Assn. and University cf Miami advisory committee Bernsteins Will Live in Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein are h meymooning in Acapulco, Mexic lollcwing their marriage on Sunday. Feb. 4. at the Algiers hotel. Dr. Irving Lehrman performed the 11:30 a.m. ceremony, which i is followed by a reception and luncheon at the hotel. Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. David Levinson, 2900 Flamingo dr., the bride ^:tqded the University of Miami. For her wedding, she chose j bailer.na-length. white silk peau desoi< gown and carried white orchids and lily-of-the-valley. Attending her was Carole Levinson. maid <•: honor, and Barbara Levinson Deutsch, matron of honor. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein, al Newark, N..I. Best man was hibrotherin-law, William Sagel. Mr Bernstein attended the State I diversity of [owa and is now a builder in New Jersey. The young c 'iiplt v ill i, ve m Highland Park. Yofis Planning To Roller Skate Yafis will hold a roller skating party at the Miami Roller Rink. 3fi85 NW 36th st.. on Thursday, Feb. 15. at 8:15 p.m. Also being planned is a midwinter dance at a leading Miami Beach hotel night club on Sunday evening, Feb. 18. Donald Kaplan is fund raising chairman. Bob Rappaport is president of the Young Zionist group. Rabbi Lehrman To Review Novel Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood will have its February meeting at' the congregation's North Branch j building, Monday evening. Dr. Irving Lehrman will discuss "Mila 18." by Leon Uris, at the j for-men-only affair to begin at 8 p.m. Hylan Kout is president of the organization. W^rnei*-K:ihn mn%. JACK BERNSTEIN BB Women of Jai-Alai Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith is planning a night at the Miami Jai-Alai Fronton on Tuesday. Mrs. B. Rothberg is in charge of reservations. Card Party Wednesday Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is holding a card party on Wednesday evening in the Social HalL CINEMA llWiSt. W—ItlH* I SS "JERUSALEM" Pride of the Israeli Steamship Line Fly direct from Miami to first port of call NO. 1 FEBRUARY 6th $ 269* NO. 1 San Juan Barbados — Grenada — Curacao — Haiti — Return from Port au Prince on February 13th — NO. 2 FEBRUARY 21st $ 209* NO. 2 Port au Prince. Haiti — Cartagena Cristobal Mon'egc Bay Nassau Return from Nassau on February 28th — NO. 3 MARCH 7th $ 299* NO. 3 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Martinique Grenada — Cur^ao — Haiti Return from Port au Prince on March 14th. NO. 4 FEBRUARY 28th From '106 5 NO. 4 Leaves Nassau. Arrives New York, March 2nd. 'ot includes: Air transportation from Mioirti to oort of elotwtvre and rttvrn to Misfttj from lost port of coll. Motel occomasolatioas oseols one" minimum cm! to rate. Deauville Hotel Travel Deuville Hotel, 6701 Collins Ave. ftu nan AND TOO* omvirr UN 5-8631 NOW LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & PICTURES IN PERSON ON STAGE BOBBY ItlSII \ Celebrated Star of Stage & Screen THE YEMINITES Singing & Musical Trio from Israel IEON SCHACHTER A GITEl STEIN ON OUR SCREEN HARRY BELAFONTE in the Popular Opereffe "CARMEN JONES" VIC ri:ititv "King ot Thieves" f Kay Carole & Tommy J Franki* Hyn J= Th Cookie* — MURRAY FRANKLINS 211 22nd St., Miami Beach Centlnueui entertainment Showtime 10 .m. a. mi a.m. TMmultime 1 te S a.m. steaervatleeM e> JI e-rsei — CARIB | MIAMI I MIRACLE 1 1 63 d St. MIAMBAOI Open 1145 OOVWTOWM Open 10.43 | 11:30 rl Open 12,45 tSSEX TODAYn^? 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Page 10-B +Jeist.m Sermon: Ku Our Historic Destiny.' Kabhl l.iel .•< Geffc Kplrttual atlt I the V %  tlomii Federation ol .lew h ClubSaturday 9 B m SW mo Powi i %  ul Perception. "II Step! • ii. .-1-11 of Mr and Mri KM Mill. — • — BETH EL. 5C0 SW i/tn ave. Orthodox Ratbi Solomon Schiff. PrldR> vi:. and • '•" \< •"'• ~••Teach Them I'nto Th; I'hl Bi %  %  i -s conducted b> .till livi Heln. w n-hool. Sati i la.' • Beim.n: And I Shall Dwell VVIlhli Then BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave Conservative. fi i.i; s 13 |i.m. Jildir. 11 Bltaei will speak on "Metro iSovernment. S iturda.s 8 to n m BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Loun Rottman. !•• -. -.-, p.m. Saturday B a m rin. ,II \ Torah Investment Fund. BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. Frlda\ 3:30 p.m. Saturday :•> a.m. Bermon 'Man Ha.a Built-in Sanetuarv Bar MHivah: Isaac, son ••• Mr and Mrs. Albert Cohen BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen baum. Kri.l,, -. ai nnd • JO P m Sermon • %  How 1 1 -|. i• mi I niiii rtaiurdaj sr. Bai Mltavah: Steph. n, con „f M nnd Mrs Paul HoMn an Ivan. eon %  • Mr. and MrWilliam Nad — • — CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Wrshington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abriham Stras*eld. —— • — CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER 87;-: SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Frldi %  I-', and 8:30 l> '" S. •Tli. I iiiii.-n-i"ii of Depth Sal dm • pi r.ar Mttcvuh: Alan, son "i Mr i| Mrs. MUrraj M.-mdell n.i.i.i.i CANOltLIGHTING TIM 1 Adar — 5:55 p.m. % £*r JHitzvalt -i*4 .* n.t,, -ribers The Jewish Floridian will present free f S I 9 nT-oSo each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. %$£^6^ !" < " B. Wernick H.illi:!.' %  ,: %  "•' hath, with Hoj %  '.,„., ,-„!. swuts pailli-liutim • — TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. R.bbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE ISRAEL* 137 NE 19thI M Reform. Rabbi Joseph I Cantor Jacob Bernstein. Prida) > r. |. m clu. si ... II H ank, profi • Hebrew I'nlon "ii in) San ,;i;' >. ..uiAfan Simons .i '.,.%  IT ,,| Bible i'.n. in.Ii-. u.— Ihll ottVtaUT-OHlrttiU Sabhathse, M ,.:, Prophets hj IN Narol OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con. servative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. Hdbbath |PfMav :1S !•'.".. .. > :. r '"'.". .. r Stephen Goldman Local Women Get Top Posts Mrs. Anna Brennt-r Meyers, atMessa*! and torn ,. v and civic leader, and Mrs. Rhea Gladwin, active in manj Miami area communal endeavors TEMPLE JUDE~. 320 P' rm ivr nav .. (,een elected as vice prcsi ^aVJtrrV! ^t^'lXar fern £ member of .he nat.ona! B-i .-• ..u-.%  •! HiTen • %  ho ar d of directors, respectively, ol "';:,: ^;"'".:',; : 1 !:;'s.' i S'-UM Women'.Division, American siiaw>'ai I...-:BO> .ui -i Friends of Hebrew University. .1 and Cub |>aek l. • .„ -. .• Mrs Mevers. who will represent TEMPLE MMOWN...-W* thf southeastern pan of the Lnited Slates as national vice president, Has long been a Ii ng-time supporter ot the Jerusalem uni versity in this area. She served as hospitality chairman for the recently-concluded conference ot sotn st ana the women's group, and Mrs. Gladwin as public relations chairnun, Conservative. Rabbi May owiti Cantor Edward K I--,,|aj H.-1.1 |i in .rmon I • "• • %  ,,f the II-III' Has Mlt> in. Susan. daUBhl I Ml u I >l Al.,.,: Abian Saturda) >• % %  'Portion ..i" Ih. IJIW liai Mini,.iii Man, --." of Mr ind Mr 1-<1arard htmons TEMPLE NER TAMID Tatum Waterway Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Samuel Gomberg Fnil:.. *:IS p.m. IJermon; Krn .. S:la I'.m. >.-IO>nn: nini-' .; ; •-.-•. .-,. .... HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami New Ulpan Series Beth David Berber. as>isJunt dithe Bureau of Jewish Education, is conducting the new Ulpan series of lectures at Beth mat hotel. Stephen Miller I;,.;!. David will b %  • (he Bar Mitzvah ol Stephen Mark Mii,: on Saturday m n ng. Feb. in. ;ib R ibbi Norman N. Shapiro official \ seventh grade student at Ponce de Leon Junior High Stephen i> an expert swimmer and horseback ruler. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller, will honor him at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and the Kiddush at the conclusion o! the ceremony. • • David Kalian Saturday morning services. Feb. 10. at Temple Zion will include the liar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kalish. Rabbi Alfred Waxman will officiate. A seventh grade student a: We-t Miami Junior High. David planto continue his studies in the Templeconfirmation class The Kiddush will be tendered by the Bar MUzvah's parents. Stephen Geldman Celebration oi the Bar Mitzvah if Stephen Elliot Goldman will be held at Beth Torah Congregation on Saturday morning. Feb. 10. with Rabbi Max LipsehiU offtoi.mii.:. Stehpen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goldman, of 300 East dr., and granuson of Harry Goldman and Mr. and ItM. Frank Cohen. A seventh grade student at North Miami Beach Junior Hiijh. the Bar Mitzvah also attends the congregation's religious school. He has played on a Little League baseball learn lor three years. A reception in his honor will be held Saturday night at the DiploNtW POLICY lic-;innin.n with February 1. there Ia service charge inr all Bar Mitzvah photographs appearing in The Jewish Floridian. Announcements of Bar Mitzvah celebrations will continue to be published gratis as before. The service charge is for photographs only. Further information is available from The Jewish Floridian business office. FR 3-4605. Johnson it. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Cantor Yehi.dah Heikbream. Can. David Congregation. A well-knmvn educator ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen Frlda> 5:58 and • 13 p.m Bermon: "Ac>-i>tlni All" Bar Mltavah; I'ara, dauKhiar of Mr. and Mrs .lark r>ra now. Saturday .< !h Bar Mltavah J.-fn. -mi of Mr. and Mi>. IV i n •. ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman tor Albert Glantz. Kii.i.o > '.i. On.-i upeakei Mr* i M A well-knmvn educator in the Weinul ... community. Berger iprincipal ol TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 the Hebrew High School. Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Care Dreio* KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. FM.I. :: and -.:> p.m. Ht-rmon: "Condition of Jewa in India," Rnbhl Loulf .1 Lehrfield, father ..i i: lib Davi-i Lehrfield. Baturdaj R:30 a.m tii-i M on: "The An .f iliving — e — MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION. 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. PII.I ai and 8:1a p.m Leo Heim 1 rhla} S:l& p.m, 1'nlted Synasoajue ^"<1111 Sabbath llueal |ieaker: l..uiSehwartzman, \.-,ini\.director Bull r.-au ..f Jetviah IMu. iii.ai ..| Grraler Miami Topli : "Him I'an Jewish Kduoatlon Mi-t-t the x.--.1.-i i... inn. • .;..Sluihbal In.-iMr .. %  ,. I Mi.\|...-. I. l.l. II. an. in Ill.-ii I'hlldri :i'.i.i: Tli.l.i* s.il i. ... in Sei in-'ii Wi vklj I'-. i TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can. tor. e TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th st Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. FYldaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The WU.I..UI of Solnm Text for the lectures, held on Monday mornings, 10:30 a.m., it "Prayer, Humility and Compassion," by Rabbi Samuel H. Dresner. Registration is still open. In another phase of Beth David's adult education program, Dr Je eph liuiv.il/. is conducting a Sunday morning series of lectures on •Our Prophets — Outstanding Teachers of Mankind." Dr. Ilurwitz is professor oi modern languages and humanities a; Isaac Coton Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will otnC ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Isaac. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cohen. 941 4th St., during Saturday morning services Feb. 10 at Congregation Beth Jacob. Isaac ia fifth grade student at South Beach Elementary, belongs Jeilrey Oraaww at both "You .-liall Kill.Ovei it Saturday Sisterhood bowling ~'r'tn!:i;i the University of Miami. RegisMalavsky will officiate ceremonie> Twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow. 3077 SW 21st st., Cara and Jeffrey are eighth graJ^' students at Shenanduah Junior High and both attend the Center's ;„ PAL Boj s .. parade drill religious school. •earn and studies boxing, Kiddush in their honor will foiBorn in Texas, he returned with \ ow the religious service, his parentto visit his grandpar • ,ii',.in Israel, remained for sev Marc Sewall eral years and attended schools Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted there, He speaks Hebrew fluently. Sewell, will celebrate his Bar Miu vah on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 515 Ivan Ladimer p m services in Temple Emanu Ivan, son of Mr and Mrs Wil|fjj' s Friedland Chapel. Dr. Irving • a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the I^an." :8o a.m. liar Mluvah Kavld, MM ol tration is open for those classes, ham Ladimer. 931 NE 155th St.. IVhrmin will officiate • .,,.. -:i,,hi,„, hm. vir .,,„i Ura ,\i .mi \hI.I.I K.iiith uaj ., .•*-••• .<.. i.enrmaii W 111 Oil it IJl t-. Ones Shabbat hosta: Mr. ami Mrs. tnl W. Sohulman in iin,r of 52nd vyeddlni anniv.Tsai> — • — MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Prida) i. ii.ni. Baturda] 8 a.m. held al 11 am. VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neii. in.i.,v 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Our Heritage, liMeanins In Our Tlmea." Katurdaj '• a.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER. S4tt SW 8th •t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice YOUNG ISRAEL. Klein. Friiii'.' -I", p.m. Sermon: "The Ea%  enc* of Judaism." Saturday 9 a.m. — • — TEMPLE ADATH YESMURUN. 1025 NE :8!rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Ratbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abraharn Rcisman. — • — [TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodnar, Frii; w \ 8 30 p.m. >. i ii w'h.,1 Separate) the Jew iinri the Chrlatlan." ill %  %  ii I will co-sponsor annual Interfaltb aei vice Be i m .i:i\ II i: Bar Mllzvali Ronald, Bon of M and .Mi.-. Howard l>ru — • — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I-'8:16 p.m. Sermon A Sabbath Service and Sermon in Song." Pal II lay !i|:4.'> a in TEMPLE BETH gHIRAH. Suniland Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconatructionist. Rihi.l Morris Skop. Cantor Herman GottliebFi ni: B:is p.m. Sermon: "The Expanding Hean in a Shrunken Wei Id Saiiir.lay 10:30 urn. Tribute to UeoMe W.I-I. nyton and Abralrim I. in. ..in. Kiil'lish in hnni.r of Bpproaehlf mari I'.imj Colflnf and Kaymnnd Eln 990 NE 171 st Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. and grand-on of Mr. and Mrs. DaM.l Kadish. will observe his Bar Amon S tnose PWSent wUI be Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Feb. K r e a t grandmother Mrs ABM 10. at Beth Torah Congregation, Horner. and his grandparents Mr. with Rabbi Max LipsehiU officiand Mrs llarr > Scboenbrod. ot ating Chicago, III. The first edition of Jacob Baal Tlu Bar Mttsvah is m the seventh 'a''< la an eighth grade student jTeshuva's The Mission of Israel" 1 '" 1 '' :tl N|, '"i Miami Beach Junat Nautilus Junior High, where I will be put on the market b} Rob : r lll '~ !l antl a third year student is studying electronics and audio New Book on Israel Out Soon erl Speller Publish ng company this month. • over jacket for the book as created by world-fam Mark Chagall. in the congregation's Hebrew visual techniques. He belongs to the Stamp skin dives, and plays football. Pigeon Club, and the HuThe celebrant will be honor' • Club. Societj. Shalos Soudos. Among the contribut ors • Alan Simons Bar Mitzvah ol Alan David, son May to Head Committee Here B-JohnsorL former President Han-} will be observed Saturday mornMax Bresaler. nattoBal pi [jrurnan. Dr. Joseph Salk. and Vinuig. Feb 10 j norah ,, ,,.,. zionis) orgaflization I new anthology are President John "' Mr and Jrs Edv ird Sim Kennedy. Vice Presideni Lyndon'.** i • Hollywood, cent Auriel, former Presideni ol with Rabbi Mayi JACOB BAAt-TESHUVA ..mowitz ofAmerica, has appointed "• May, ol Nashville. Tenn i Alan is a student at Olsen Junior ami Beach, chairman of th.' High ui Dania and .an outstandIsrael Bond committee for th mg athlete and ; iona | 1>ra( ,| Bon(i conference. May and his committee wi t-ara and Jeffrey Dranow as hosts at the traditional He is the producer and director Ifitevah nn" p^.T wU J bt BaS "•" ful '"- el %  • of the Monte Carlo Israel revue 9 ,1 |. ''" fT 1 8 Feb ,la v morning. Feb. 23, at th. I I her brother. Jeffrey Elliot, tainebleau hotel. on Fust committee meeting will ">• the held this Sunday morninc 10:30 enter. Rabbi Morton a.m.. at Mav's home. 5024 Ala-nrd. France. Baal-Teshuva, a former Israeli newspaper reporter who covered the United Nation.sessions for seven years, is currently living in Miami Beach. of the Monte Carlo Israeli revue 9 and h„ i "The Land of Milk ,:,d Hone" %  -\ A %  ,!'. £ !" starring Shosn... Damari and a Satunn. r "'. t*\T^ group of Sabra dancers. Israelu IV ^^ 0 at



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Fnccy. February 3. 9&x *J m M fhrkHar Poqe 11-B Courier a IA M+^chwcirtz Siegel, oi 14S35 SW 97th • ol i h e Florida I (he Sei on Marine Di\--n reports the 13th an, : ihc Leatherne*k> July 20 in 22 ai the Mr. and Mrs. Naoss, and son Jackie, at the v. a • i %  •. ii i nati ml %  • %  ihe L'nion ol Oi I !. Congregations ol M Hen Berle I" Pi %  >' mak. i ol Lebanon Luncheon Club To MeeiHere i h Zionist Di l will meet W< %  •:• %  Rilz Plaza hoti nan and Joseph Mai com muni t> s i i ZOA members from i ts in the L T nited States and ( r be honored. al Jchrt Serbin bla to i i. i' 1962 H an • Leo Ackerman r.d James Albert are dynamic lei %  p i Ihe I le .' Miami, plannu fl : Dr. Pap a re h Sam Schwartz, %  •! new frit nds i< Ih his ii> luxe scn'ii to visn in dele%  %  Nati lal W men's !' e American Frit nds %  Hi rev l'i i\ crsitj I J< ... S'ai Jerry Schwarti Thsy Take larly lead .... \ ff to an < irlj ad I el [nt( World Series ol Jai%  a Di n .. Pali ce Basq is bi ing h tlj v. ricfendinj cl Egurbi : Spa ii Mexii an lean of Ugh j righl behi real estate impresario, has conc ludcd arrangements tor a sidewalk Coir at 924 Lincoln Road Mai! Popular Tony Kucherak ha< m ived in as public relations cliiof a; United Fund with Haig Eilian moving over to the Bob Rowley t rm Vice Mayor Mai Eng lander seriously considering f( r. Metro scat of County I .r: n Alex Gordon • • • Mrs. Nat* S. Spingild, of Palm A ill tl IS) the Earl of BalfoLT during his visit to that re• ri lo v and i~ reception chairth Feb. 22 dinner honor.i•. 1 i r at the Towers I a so u II bi U • S Feb. lomal hi tel ReFARR TOURS & TRAVEL SERVICE 424 Lincoln Road JE 1-5327 6638 Collins Avenue UN 5-7444 For Information A Reservatirns CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD JE 1-1195 Ciller Bldg.) MIAMI BEACH New Mgmt. John E. Len.ird, V P .*% ii mmmt v Him ''">* on THE BALMY SOUTHERN SEA WAY to [artpi ind tttt HKHtttrtntM • Fully air coiditlc-ietf • Stabilizer-eouipped loi smooth voyag'g • Tempting, sttict.y Kosher c; "e • Lively ISTMII atmosphen (ROM NEW YORK EVERY THIRD WEEKi jel and S S. Zion. stopping en route it Madura. Spam and Greece r CM MCDITERRANEAN PORTS WEEKlVi £ 'Ititoaor Heul and S.S. Jerusalem (in season) J# Tow Tnnl A/wrf or MRDt HP i MOTION ISMEll SHIPPING CO. INC 4iBI*ABi*Y,FrYYttt1U,N.Y. • 014 7600 Miami Office: 4*7 Lincoln Road JE 60329 'Sail On An Israeli Ship For Official Rates & Information Cal Your Israel Headquarters 1638 Collins Ave. GETAWAY TOURS Telephone JE 2-3336 Miami Beach AUTHORIZED AGENT TOR /I.M I.IMS am! II Ala GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH .11: I-OI55 FOR TRAVEL T< ISRAEL CONSULT US FOR rDETA'tED INFORMATIOr WE VE BEEN THERE SAiiON • "S.Siol.YMWA*... : S.S. ZrON... S.S.JEJlUSAlCM>^ M^'266 Min. one way OR FiY NON-STOP JET [ FROM N.TfV *876 60 round *$ .•• INTERNATIONAL TOURS RUrtOMNF'S MIAMI BEACH 1672 MERIDIAN COURT .. • JE -44l or JE I-457 BURD1NE S DOWNTOWN MiAMl' HOLIDAV-IN-ISRAEL BARSAINI speciAl WIMTER DISCOUMT RATES NOW THROUGH FEBRUARY Sheraton-Tel Aviv Hotel Inviting rates for an exciting Mediterranean holiday at Israel's first American-style hotel. Luxurious guest rooms, superb kosher and continental cuisine, attentive service at your elbow. Special winter rates: single from $8.63 to $14.25; doubles, $13.31, $15.86, $19.69. All rates include breakfast. For reservations, see your travel agent or telephone PL 1-0961 SHERATONTEL AVIV HOTEL 60 Sheraton hotels In 42 cities In U.S.A., in Hawaii and Canada lorm Jewish congregations displaying great interest m their Mar. 11 meeting which will launch their annual Combined Campaign, with such leaders as Sam Levenson and Dave Light in the foreground Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein, president ol the Dado County Girl Scout Council, ceremonies nexl Frida> as 1 200 n a d e Girl ' NOWFULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3-Ca^Y C3UI3ES FROM KilAMI TO NASSAU The S/S FLORIDA Is your "floatmg hotel" for 2 delightful nights at sea: 2 full daysanda night docked in downtown Nassau, convenient to Bey Street shopping, Paradise Beach .. all attractions! ALL (8) meals included AIL oeean. view staterooms spacious, open-air decks (the full length of the ship!) everything for your complete cruising pleasure. Calypso Band, Entertainment, Dancing, Captain's Cocktail Party, Midnight Snacks, Continental Breakfast served in your stateroom! Sailing Tuesday* and Fridays 4:43 f.M. S 54 fonr Rouad-tTip >39, P $ Compare '•• • and you'll GO rfc) For rtMrvofiont i*# any Trawl 4gtnr or *RO STEAMSHIP CO. PIER NO. & ADAM • NONE Ft •4m 'ilil



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The r.spyvo.ced. lovafc e : : r a-avs make* hi, season,, appearance loaded with top-e-l. = .-..^ m kwta ~w material: songs, stories and gags. Joe has -j.er *ti a TV snow of tvs own. F .. -. -• : ght club comedy writer in the bus n E i Roc Pompeii room this week you'll know wn } He recently celebrate! hi> 60th bir rtda> • _is. good ones like Jot E. Sharinc the ;. •-, -derful Ella Fitzgerald, with her repertoire j;: favorites, from her r.umcrci:> recording hits. Ella :t come s to vocal interpretations of .iazz r CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE get' Aur'il ; i Town Good Selecl'en Imperfect W.'M C S EN 5:J0 'o 10 P.M. Clcsei fridoy .Ample Ferkjie, iRicr 128 N.C "7STREET Tel FR 4-6825 I STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant c-. lONSBCU" .£ YEAR — L--0S;"ie vj-jgf-e-t_ 5T KN •'•'. N %  %  SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY X.OV.S BCWAMAN CHEESE E'C-E.S ORDERS TC TAKE CJT + 84T Washington Ave. JE 1-< >182 ^ KAtzTTmWSElSRAKT 1451 Collins Ave. • <':-.~Z• < 5-.-. Cc>plct Dftmn ISOO MIAMI BEACH y^f ATLANTIS HOTEL Dininq Rvom Banquet Parries Ear Mitzvahs Weddings S 1 25 Sccio! Function LUNCHEONS Cal' S'or-ra; c Reservations JE 1-43t1 2655 COLLINS AVE. %  BCTH SIDES OP THE BAR: Pen Rickles look; less like a comedian i .-.. DJ .. | ,w D ut with his unique style of "insulting" night club -y : -.' |u s rough and tumble" countenance is made to order. Off it's one of the most inoffensive persona'-'^ imaginable. $4.95 That's for food and beverage, or choice of either. Load' ef -tars have caught Belle's riotous act. including Alan King, the Barry Sisters, Milton Berle. the Ritz Brothers, and many more. WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES: Plentv ol ho. pis tit on the world premiere of "Lover Come Back'' at the Oiympia Beach Gables and Shores. Ton> Randall, one of the star?, is in I for thi The comedy. :n color, also stars Rock Hudson Doris Day. and Edie Adams. It's a sophisticated comedy, highlighting •'• trials and' tribulations of advertising executives, not forgetting ir romantic pursu the cay's work is done. Ifs ironic that while Edie Adams is in one local first-run movie, her la*e husband, Ernie Kovaes. is seen in his final screen role in another. "Sail a Crocked Ship,'' co-starring Robert Wagner and Dolores Hart. The crazy and delightful comedy c' boat hi-jacking is a* the Paramount, Coral and Boulevard. La^rerce Harvey Geraldin< Page and Rita mirably in Tennessee Williams' dramj I i ve affj -• doctor. "Summer and Smi kc i' • at th( Cai -. 163rd ?' ssex Theatres. Hex:.er are a \ar...\ : excellent reservei seal wide-screei giants rhe} ..-e thi :t;.: rinj oren and Chart; n Hestcn, I %  : %  R greal •'••-• >.de Story.' at the Sheridan: an' "Judgn ni ..; N rema powerful indictment of Nazi injustice, ..-. the Lincoln The Lincoln Theatre announces that the screenplay. "Judgment at Nuremberg.' is no longer or. a reserved-seat I .-.and that prices have new been reduced. Bobby Breen. star of stage and scrt:. ..headlining thi bill at the Cinema Theatre. The Yemenite-. .: Israeli trio, are a'K featured together with Leon Schachter and Gitei St* :n Carmen Jones.' Starring Harr> Belafonte. is the screen attraction. •* %  MORE ON NITERIES: Vic Perry, the theatrical pickpocket, who is currently at Murray Franklin's is a many-faceted gentleman. His current reputation as "The King of Theives" or, the entertainment ; circuit is an extreme contrast to his distinction as one ol the 100 master chefs honored with the "Chevalier de Gastronomie Francaise" awards. %  He stars in the new Murray Franklin fun-fest along with holdover*, Kay Carol* and Tommy, Freddy Ro*t. Frantcie Hyers, Cookie and Don and the leader of the laugh colt, Murray Franklin. Shoshar.a Daman, or.e of Israel's great singers, who is heading the Monte Carlo's successful Israeli revue. "The Land of Milk and Honey." is one of the most "in demand'' performers around town. Miss Damari and the talented Sabra dari..r> ind singers will ho doubling ;r.ri tripling between the Exodus room revue and :U:i many other appearances he.-t N ; % %  %  % %  %  %  Miai S '. arriage Club : .--an Trio, making %  I ,. .,, • : • sg ten ers Albert Englfl (left! has beer, named by United States Lines as passenger representative for the State oi Floridc. He will be stationed at the new consolidated United StatesAmencan Export Lines Pas senger Ofi.ce in the Ainslev bldg.. 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iday, February 9. 1962 *Jenis§> ncridliar) Page 13-B ourti hi', Soutt Bs<| t tfc. Som ). u ktty.'s Mother lies in Mobile pianut! Lubel. local attorney, atded funeral services in Mobile, for his mother. Annie, 79, pass-ed away Jan. 31. %  rs. Lubel. a resident of Mobile fM|59 years, was a frequent visitor t*iami. Surviving are five sons in addition to Manuel; three daughters; ajggranclchildren; 13 great-grandcMklrrn: two sisters, including Minnie Kessler. of Atlanta. Mrs. William Clein. of Miami; two brothers. Hyman Jacobs J. B.-Jaobi. both of Atlanta. Bel-vices were Feb. -; with Numao Funeril Home in charge. BARNEY FOX I 67. of 6S01 Colllna ove He I Feb. 4. He :..president at Fox Shoe Manu'' '"-i •• h>w Y.k. i n>t treasurer o( the New York Clt Shoe <'lub f.>r _• i year*. Services *ere in New fork with Riverside Memorial Chapel In ctrirve locally. ROBERT JACOB GLASS 6T. of l*n NE iT&th st.. il-l rtr-. Reve, hi* m .then! : |lter. Home." WW FVb Be ***MB* VILMA ABRAHAMS II s\\ %  (., He i Peb I cemi here ir >ei *u- Iron Heetou, 9.C., ind i ill ••• irt rlnnr with he H nnnarlni i Co., in lex • i Hi i. i Pin \ i> Ing • re er ii isli ind and a brother Se ilees wen N V II I] m Fu %  • In i -•HIRSCR STRACHMAN 71. "S.'.ii Byron av-.. die I Fob. I. He Wae 1 realty broker. Surviving :irhi~ wirv. Bessie; a son. Bui I; th"ee daughters. Mrs. Rose Kaplan. Mrs. I Rebeer-i Purges and Mrs. Pauline Bchwarta: twn brother* end a lifter Services were Feb. t In Newman Funeral Hum-. Services were Jon. Si Memorial Chapel, Alton rd Riverside koee were in Brooklyn w't'Rlveretdi Memorial Chapel n .-.-. ,'e. MRS. IDA HUBERMAN 76. of 151 NE .'.'-'n.l s;.. died Jan. 80. .She came here li years ago fro Brooklyn. Surviving are two inns. Inoiuiiink' Jack, aril i daughter Services were in Brooklyn with Riverside Memorial chapel in charge HARRY STROLOVITZ 73. of "W Abbott ave.. oi-'l Jan. -'.'I. He came here i", \-.ii-.. ( |{,i from Montlcello. N.T. He was a member of Temple Ner Tamld. SiirvJvIng are his. wife. Cecelia: three di ighters, ieluding Mrs. France* Krister; ou filler and s\ %  ni.i,.i.in,., | ,qfeTi>' DAN D OANIEL3 .' %  n I • : •• %  3. Be hen 27 I %  ; %  i otn New .i" u .i..v •• • eh en i om • mion F i m %  than I". ii. .' n-v>.< ,i thelMieml ll.-m '• V. L. • I :• %  \ lea a in>i Ivlc l.eaj nl vi HI -ii.ciI %  .mi i • nd •• • •.TIII : "g i thM • • News. Siri • -' v %  i r i I, .•' ABRAHAM 3ROOKS .":>. ..' r ij Jef'e son i< • %  die I Ion. I 131. II I'll.here I." yea B isro New V irk ml .% i i %  red mlesI in m Surviving ire his wife. B'anche a daughter, Mrs Ruth Bom two brothers and three grandchildren Sei i ••" ei •• i'i X •• V irk w ; : %  r don Funei ii Hi im hn11 MORRIS BERMAN if 1114 A HI rd -IiI Ian II Hi • i me her i • • i;.. •" % %  CM r i 'nun and is thi retl el r %  •' %  n iii'iim u I eg -' He w is in mber ol the M a ii ,:. c Elks NHlge. the Oil.l Peilou i %  Ti rnpli I :• • fho'o n r Un • his wife. Annli r\\ ,i-> _i>• ~ • •-I'nv i I Newm n an I M h irles I reefle I, ind two ftn i: rLEVER 5-A LEVER 5-A J PER. i:i — KiMT \ i o < $ < N €> €> O SIDNEY EFRONSON YOUR $0U7H MIAMI CITY COUNCILMAN ATTORNS Y—Aclive in Civic Work MEMBER Zoning A Plannirv) Board of South Miami MARR!£0-2 Children • VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE Pd i % % %  Pi ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 PULL LEVER 10-A VOTE Ronald G. Singerman FOR YOUR SOUTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN Pd Pol Adv. FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT RE-ELECT JEAN H. WILLIS TO YOUR SOUTH MIAMI COUNCIL PULL LEVER 11 A Tuesday, February 13th For Continued REDUCED TAXES v FOR SOUND AND INFORMATIVE GOVERNMENT I VOTE FOR II. H. PARRISH FOR YOUR South Miami City Councilman Pull LEVER 8-A Tuesday, February 13th MRS. HANNAH WEISS 73. of 2021 Me-l.li,-i ,x~ He I .1 in. 31. | sih.came here -t ears ago from i Cleveland O. She was i member of I Te---.liBmanu-EI: Hadaasah ond .lewi-h Home for the aj^ed. Survlv-1 in.are two sons, Ed word and William: a brother. Frank Heppa: two slaters an i three i % %  Ich'ldren. s.rii.-es w.-nFeb. I In Etlveralde Memorial Chapel, Alton 11. IEARN Fundamental HEBREW QUICKLY! Alse Jjmes Tonoh, Tefiloh ?ri>ale Itsiens or groups. I prepare for Bar Mitna/i. liasonable. Ask f lease message for Jacob, FR 4-9374. SECRETARY First Federal Savings EXECUTIVE OFFICE decent experience nd ^ood skills required. A;e 25 10. Pe^sonble ind wzW rir^omed. Good b*'i min? MUry, Vdc#' : on '62. Phone r? 3 2iJl r jipp >inti • %  SATURDAY AND EVENING INTERVIEWS ARRANGED = HKXT A CAB from 52 iO per day ABOn MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. rhone PR 347*5 Teller Trainee NO. MIAMI LITTLE RIVER AREA First Federal Savings Full pay wh'le learning. 3? csiyt locil office experience prefer-ed. Age 21-35. ? %  ?> %  sonable and well g'oo^eJ Good beginning leUry. v jcation '62 Phone fk 3 2553 for appointment. SATURDAY AND EVENING INTERVIEWS ARRANGED BAAL TEFILA KOREH Will perform Sider'm. Seeking engagement lor Passover week in held resorts. Write B. T., P.O. Box 2973, Main PostoHiee, Miami 1, Fla. won ftK.vr NEWLY OECORATED AIR-CCNOITIONEO HALL i lor Weddings, 8or Mitisahs, Pnr 'lies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall Call the lroiit. Center Hall HI 6oi'5 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE C'RC'-' 1 C"IR T ^^ ""'" ELEVENTH'JL'OIC -L C'RfU'T OF FLORIDA IN ANO ?Ofl OA3E COUNT' N ZPV. No. S2C 1311 .IAMKS W. H•!.--".• N, PI tin \ l.Ti'ii I .: ii !.N !>.!. II Ian:. NOTICE 8V =U3L'CATON TO: I -"'J K %  -" >N Reslden 'nknoa :t \ IV ARK HEtth.BV M K] If L I li a HH lint f-r Dl ircv '" ii...-. •.',. %  iI v -r ARE HEREBY REQ.I [REP sen copy %  -! i"ir Av • -' • Complaint on the tiff's Ail irne BEN .-s • —j %  -• I '' %  B illdlng, M mi !. Florida mil lie th.. orialn il ms< n tti ifflce • the "lerk if the C urt on or !.. | %  M iri !'.''' I '82. in def i II il Which (h Bill of %  %  -• %  -lint will he t.i'.i-n i %  nfesmalnsl j Date i i-!•" %  • V 6-h. I •-. E !• LEA '"Hi RM XV Circuit !o • t. I • ide i '•%  %  I Elm Iteal) >:> K M LYMAN, ; v %  %  "PULL LEVER 2-A to RE-ELECT PAUL U. TEVIS YOUR South Miami MAYOR Vote Tuesday, February 13th for Continued Dignity and Harmony in Government with Reduced Taxes NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION IN THE C'RCUIT COUPT OF %  "-£ ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT OfFLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAD-1 COUNTV IN CHANCERY. No 62C 1319 HELEN ANM-.Ti E McELWEB, Plaint ff, v.-. .!• ..-!•: I' McELAVEE, I 'eleniant. | ilJiT FOR DIVORCE TO JOSEPH McELWBE. : %  •. • i • %  I B'll f %  %  I'I II • Divorce has b • %  filed teainal ; % %  i .1 • -:> red t serve i %  ,... .. Petdlna to •• .• if pla'i in the Plj.1 r %  Pili 'H.Vi ixn EXRRoa I B-l Ml • '• • %  '•. r'l Mi. II l li • • i %  l %  i %  the -fflei •• %  %  %  • %  • i i.: m -Hi da) .f March '• %  %  fall t i ;.. %  (nit 'i %  %  iU-mai %  t In the I'll la'nl 1 !• • >ha publl; I %  II i• %  nsei %  • i\ A • ., il'MMAN \ INI> on i :REI > at V I : i '.% %  • %  \ i •; • i \ .'•'•'.! \N. % % %  %  %  •.• % %  • %  •' [seall By: K M LYMAN 1 • .. RIl'HMi N FARBBi: Bj !-.. % %  '• VI % %  IN TH £ CIRCUIT COURT Of -•: ELEVENTH JUOICAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAO£ COUNTV IN CHANCERY No. <)2C KM M \ H 1. %  %  p \ ^ 1 ,\MKH i" MIN 1 %  NOTICE =v n. =.'_ICATlON TO JAMES MINOR N II (.•>,! -. Ph la lelphl'. Penns i u YOC ARI H.EP.I !. N' ITIFIED a Utll > • im -lal • Dlvoi l .! %  %  ind YO i H EREBY EUQl'l IM" i II -. \i v • •• > iur Ai .- -r h BUI if plaint n the Plaintiffs Atto BEN EfSe N. I:-J l M Se b I B illdln N'I -. !" % %  rlda, and I %  the nrujl a 1 nn % %  In the office of rli•i--k ..' • -lit Court ••! !. i .i r Marcl -'' h I %  ••-' In del i %  %  of n i-ii ii the BUI -f • npla m t.iken is -'• i Insl you Dated: P> br i : ""•-'. I.EA I'HERM \N. %  Circuit Co t. i 'ounl Horhla (seill K M LYMAN ; %  • t) %  %  :. %  -'..-. z OPEN THE DOOR TO GOOD GOVERNAAENT Pull Lever 1-A Feb. 13 ELECT DAVID POPPER For MAYOR of SOUTH MiAM! IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUST IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN ROBAT = \) SB142-A IN RE Esl 11 BEN J V%  >WI • Z • %  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Ci rs an! All Pels i ^ 1 • in--; I'll %  '-'I i Id 1 : I I Estate \ %  %  %  %  i nd • i presei in %  i in leman-fs which yi -,.,. ; • tale if BEN JAC >W1TZ • • —• I i :, -• i-ii.Cunty, I% %  ila, l %  Count} Ju '--f % %  i > n md is i Ided In S •: ,-i : : %  loil i ites, In tl if I thi Co'irthous %  Da k n Ith n six ca lendai n -nl hs fr %  •• %  : i ,ii li oi'i -,--.' pI be ha' rI I' .1' it Mia rid i. • 1.1 V .,! -, \ VH JAi'i >\l '' ,: %  First f this no i I' PubM.-h fin 'i i -; wish %  .i '. %  ,. %  i. V t tori %  tri :' %  • M j • • %  f IN THE C'RCU.T COURT OF T-£ EL£V = VTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT 3iFLORIOA N ANO FOR DA3: COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. *:c •:.-' \\ \l."' :• :sz • • .'. RENZET l. H "-. ^ v %  CENT i I MINA E KENT, his wife, Defi ts NOTICc 3v PU3LICAT.J-TO I" i %  KENT ind MINA E k :s i i n |ti i i'; i i ibj %  M. %  %  : || %  • %  scrllii • -., %  Lot :. I'AMN K R ". : K.V VI "' • it I'i--. I I %  iu. and r\ e i cop> K • :, ^ %  %  • • i on Phi • •: •'.' -\i \ N. %  i • %  %  u %  : i I 141 If you I %  i filed a %  -it; .• ruaj v \ ', %] % 



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9-Jenlst Fieridl&r Page 14-B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HKRKII1 lllVKN the undersigned, desli %  '%  ; ,., „„.,., the flctl' town. Ol'ABDIAN Hi -Mi: MAINTESA.N I FLORIDA. IN PW3ANO. S43C0-C IN RE I*.-* WILLIAM II Mil .... I ItlVkDIVN IH '.Ml'. •>' "• %  %  %  •.• li....... 1 H ', 220 N W Sin A.. M in "NOTICI TO CREDITOR. ,ntend* • A : %  .• %  ..v %  %  %  the Clerk of the Circuit lount) .11" ... I> vTEDFebruar) -. '"MIl.T. iN KINU Coun BHELDOS DCBLER ne > for Appll. an 24 Lincoln Rd Miami Be i. Fin %  v i %  mill is thi • i -. .1 late II I .1 %  i if [< are herebj n which ."",.-• WlllLnii H Ml I Dad* County, i. %  ., %  •)>. %  • % %  \ calendai i I thi first publli will be '•• 11 ited ila> BY HENRY LEONA *R0 Friday, February 9. 1982 LEGAL NOTICE COMF1 >RT CRAFT INC (a Fla. Corp.' Role > n.i j •.. 18-23, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOVICK 18 HEREBY < the undersigned, dee b ...-...,undei thi flctltl WHOLESALE HARRY. BEACH CLL'B PATIO Drive, Kes Bin ayti I (j rtno— lila, within the time of • •" "VM %  ;.. % %  f B fficHENEl 'BXRD AI'.vUl First d> • %  ? { %  •' %  :•, HARRY ZCKERNK K v :1 urn. %  foi Bxe. utrlx l*n i.in..In K.i Mian I Beach thai engagi In us n.. ISC •( <• n .,i ..-* i n Miami, Florida in:, nds to register said nai* Clerk nf the Cln ull i oi Count; .Flo wnh the I i ia Ii NOTICE UNDEK FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY i the undersigned .. ler the fi ARL1 V1T\ : lS tree I • % %  • %  il gal i SALON Florida Ii said n in • % %  Clerk ol tl it Dad* SVH\£ESALE HARRY INV VV ,.,,. %  HARRY J. CHOl'CHHRlE. Pre* MIONoNNE BRh >N MARJORIE CHOl'CHERIK. > SMITH & MASDLBR H I FI8CHBACH Attorney f"i Applicant 19 Went Flagler Btri • I Miami It, Florid i S 9-18-23 Attorne) I %  Mlgnonne Breton, do a CARI.YLE BEACT1 SALON B> Harr; B Smith LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IT OF NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB_ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUI FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 360 (EATON) JAMES A. WELKER. -i\: Plaintiff, vs. SARAH JANE WELKER Defendant SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO SARAH JANK l'i-KKR Beskieace L'nkaown TOU, SARAH JANK WELkER, hereby notified that a Bill plaint for Divorce baa against you, and you are serve %  copy of your Pleading to th. thPlalntlffa attorney r \ hanlt Of Gottliar.lt. Christie ard 4'vn Ainaley Building, Miami — Florida, and file the original Answer or I'leadinn in the office of the I lerk of the Circuit Curt on ol before the itth dav of March, IMS ii you i to do so. judgement by default w be taken against you for the relief ,nded in the Rill of Com* This notice shall i. publlahed once each week fur four consecutive week* in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Florida, this 2nd day of v A B. B LEATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit Court, Dade Count* i ( .. ,., Bj U CAVALARIS Deput) Clerk F E Qotthardl ol i lotthardt. Chrlatle A Shepard linale) Bull Mia nil 12, Fla PR attorney fo PI Intlfl an of cornbeen filed .. i i" Answer or Bill ,.f Complaint attorney, r NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN the under* gned, deslr n to engage in .. under the fiotlt ou name MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE f)9 North Miami Avenue. Florida intend to reg -' %  with the Clerk of the i "** C '""'LE^SSHEISFELD BARNETT PHIL.UPS HAROLD GOLDMAN Attori • v inn 20 S E 1st Avenue Miami, Floi Ida Mi iml %  aid name lit Court of S-9-14-23 ,:.| Miami IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCL'T OF FLORIDA. IN ANQ FOR OiOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1272 WALTER C DEUJADO Plaintiff, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. M9a5-C IN RE Esl GERTRCDE SMOl.EN ik > GERTRCDESMOLENsk^ NfJTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Per. .ns Ha\ ing Claln > or Dem inds Again* Ybu are herebj notifli d in l req ill %  ed t" present any claimai ... u have (gainst th estate of GERTKCDE SMoI.EN a k .. QERTRCDE SMOLENaTkl di late •: Bode C mnt %  r •. %  -. | Igi r Dade < i file the same In du .... •. In thel v Courthouse i within si\ i %  • on h-i .: %  or i i e will l ..if. I it Miami .f janua. i. A I' : HAROLD MANN As Adti aisl ARONi iVITZ, SILVER i ... •:' IN THE ClRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 834 I ~ ;1 E \.-' iN IR 'V'i '' of Vet. ns Affairs Cnlte i 81 ites v • %  n ..... r %  %  -.and his •" as PI r-1 iff. BI'RTON'L WHAUN i t ANN V K V.HAL1N I i-feti. hints NOTICE OF SUIT TH Bl'RTOS 1. WHAUN I ANNA K WHAUN. h %  Residence Inknuin YOV ARE HEREBi NOTII IE • i suit has been brought against by .1 S GI.EASON, IK %  v In trator of Veterans Affair*, an I'nlw i Stales I An • • % %  i • %  hta .-., essors In auel ,.t theli unty, FIM • 1 i ind \ .. i • —i swer with the Clerk of the Circuit -,. r ; ..• |. ,,|e C lUnt} V or •! i it the I ..i da Courthouse In Miami. Florida, "n ,.r bef. re Fel %  I '• %  >:i 'sucl answer upon lA\ ll> p CATSTiIAN, Plaintiff's ittoroe> Id -' •' % %  FI. gler Street, Ml iml J2. F orif ore slid date ..reiws implalm % %  %  K .... ,. •.. I bj you ir l a De'onfesso •--.: : the inded DAT1 j i-l\ -I i'. • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES %  %  gned, desli ing l the flctltl v \ ill.lNSKI. P V 82nd Aver ie. South %  i Clerk -I Hi it ng.ig. In i';.name >•:' ,i MOO S.W Miami, Florida vaister said name with the :hCircuit Court of Dad* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THf ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCfcRV v •.. i CHRISTINE Win Plaintiff. HiHN WALTER WRIOHT, "NOTICE V PUBLICATION Y ..ii John Waller Wi Ight. i : ui,l residence unknown, are req '.• %  •i voiir answ er to ih npl with -in Clerk "I the above Court u I rv ...,\ thereof I • Hen i n Cohen, Attorney. U10-I1 Ponn Itulldini Miami 12, Florida, on .r Februan lh. l2. %  • suit will he taken us coofeaaed Ds 4 iiinui \ Itith. i %  -' K H LBATHERM V N i -lerk of the Circuit Court Bv:E. H l.ANWiv DeplltV ( lerli 1 l-2, IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ,,N AMO l-OH OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54993-B IN RE' Es'ai.ul FANNIE BROTHER** NOTICE TO CREDITORS I-,. \n i*i. ill i .i'ii vu Pel n | Ily ',•! ,in ,.i I'.man.Is ,\:.i Dal I ,,.. ii.i.in notified in.i re null e,| to presi nl anj '•! tints ind I %  ,,, ,,,.u which you ma) havi i ..,„,.. .., FANNIE BRl)TH .,..,i ..,-. ol Pa i. ounty, I,I •,, the County Judge* "f l*a-l.,-..iniv and file the same In I ..•in. in the .•minty Courthous il,,i. County, Florida, within six .,,.].,. months from the date ol i %  • flrsi publication hereof, or the-. e will be I,a' red „ HENRT FACTOR .KITH FACTOR |Goldman, Goldstein .t l'aiiar Attoi ne> W. Flagier St. Miami. Florida J/J.ft-U %  Florida ,,.,,. N >RM VN NASH. M l> MAL'RlCE BLINSKI. M D. IRV1S ; I GiiTTIJEB v '%  Na h r "T ... ,\. .16 lVg"ctolra*'"or "Demands Against Estate N THE COUNTY JUDGE Z C OURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55023-B DOWLING WILUAH HENRT RICHMOND, | ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All PersonH IS herNOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW S HHKKl.t tHVEN thai ... engage In ._:(._ fi ... name ,.i K1BITORS it %  -N E • N VI iml Bea. h Fla in. n j, ( ..j .... ...in in. nil the •I, .. %  ... -ir. ill Court of Dad* Florid* %  VK GRl -SSM VN PACL KWITSEY \for Applicant 4J.. Lin. i'ii It" "I I %  i-Jv : -'-:• You. and each f you notified and required to present any claims and demands which you. Ol either of vuu may have against th • Sute of WU.I.IAM HENRY RICH MOND deceased late of lmde County, Flond.. to the HonorahU County ludcea of Hade County, and file tr.e same in their office* in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. uithia six calendar months from date "f th.first publication her... Said claims or demands to leK.,1 address of the claimant th af ir •' \ I CHt'A DEI.U M I tefendant NOTICE TO APPEAR T' • BERENICE fH'HH Residem • l nk Yo are herebj n tlfleil i for dlvon •• has been I in the above tl Ii I ..... red to servi -, • -..-. r oi I'.mplaint on tl GEORGE N MacDOSEI.L %  BIsM ami F file the oi iginal of thi offlo* of thClerk of the •' .... tl Man h, if you fall to do s idgi d-faalt ill be taken ralnsi ... .. i .. i -. plaint DONE AND l iRl 'EREl i i lade %  '• %  mtj. Fl rlda tl .i..^ of ybruan A.D E B LEATHERM V N Clerk, Circuit ( 'ourt Iseal) Bj K M LTMAN I wputy Clerk • %  -. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No 62C 1205 MARTHA INEZ Ol 'MEZ Plaintiff. ANTuNlo GOMEZ. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ANTONIO Hi 'MEZ Y.>11. ANT. .Nil i GOMEZ, i • by notified that a BUI ,-f Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve I copy of y,,ur Answer ,.r Plead I the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. AI.VIN N WEINBTEIN, M 112 Blacayne Bldg., Miami 82, Florida and file the original Answer -,r Pleading in the office ,,f the-Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of March, 1st! If you fall t" do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you f,-r the relief i-manded in the Bill ,.f Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive week* In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN IK>NE AND ORDKKKlal Miami Florida, this 2nd day of February. A.D. 1SK2 E. B. LEATHER-MAS. Clerk. Ciccuit Court, Dade Count) Florida (seal) By: M CAVADARIS, Deputy Clerk 2/9-16-2J. 3,2 NOTICE UNDEB FICTITIOUS N KV€ LAVA Ni >T • ... %  ... -. ;N 1 AND MA%  V A ..-• -••--• %  %  : • %  %  V. Fl Regis %  • %  NOTICE ^ N3£ = FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW NOTICE 1> HER :iY GIVES ... | ... _. the R A HA S VV Mlan I ntel regist. i id name the '' It Coun PI irlda WILLAR ELE II Ri iBERT KOLTNi >W Attorne) for Wllll ir i L Sl "i29 W. r Si it Miam %  2 2-9 %  LEv rHERM >N Clerk of 1 %  %  %  I M CA V AI.ARIS 1... itj Clerk DAY 11 %  A.'.-MAN il m E Flagh Si %  '•Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 02C 835 .1 s ill EASON, JR., as Administrator • 0 i \\.-. ins Afl '.--. an I ifflcer ol the l |te I States il v • .' i his ...... (.u.-h office ind hi .signs 11.. ni • .!, .UN il MAl'.X and ESTHER <: MARKS '• 11. fen lants NOTICE OF SUIT •,-,. .1. .'IN D M VRN II ESTHER R MAKES hit I'nknown 1 ARE HEREBI Si ITIFIED that : ighi iga in-> •' ..' VSON lit ,V • Veterans AI ted States of \'i • %  i. .. and :. I his %  In the ibove-eni Itl. .1 tl • h • %  following di -• i ii,1 -,, i„ sworn to and presents I is said or same will be l-air.-l Section 733 l of the IM6 Probate A Dated January 2iith. A.D. 1 ."•EILEEN RICHMOND \. Administratrix of the Esl • WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND, I leceased | |.9-18 • NO'CE _ND=R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN I H .... %  WAI.T.Vl \N AN' 1 l H EN at I • .: inten I I registei said name with the Clei f t hi • %  • • | p ide •' iunt> Fl n IRVING WALTMAS ERT N ••' 'II EN l : % %  .-• %  :' %  IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PR03AT£ No. 54911-A IN RE E MAi'l-E SCAVELLA Dec%  NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and A P sons H iv... i' Lima II Demands Agalnsi Said ti You ire nareb) notified and required to present ilms ind demands which i -'a may have the estate of MACDE SCAVELLA de, eased I ite if 11 ide -' • mtj P to tiiCount) Judges -f Dnde County, an-l Vile the same :n duplicate and •• tded .n Si : %  >. Florida Bi ii •-.-. In thi r offli • %  in the County Courthouse In Dade County, KlorIda, within six i %  inths fi om the time ,,f -hfirst publication hereof, or the same will be bai Dated at Miami Florida, this 11th day of January, AD, 1^6-J. First publication ,.f this notice on the lsth day of January, lags' KVA HEl'BIRS As Administratrix of thEstate of MaudScavella, L>eceased HAROIJ> SHAPIRO I Attorney fur Eva Hepourn. | Administratrix I 927 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. El i. 1/19-2S, I %  NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 315 AL.PHONSO THOM s PI ntiff. \ s 1,11.Y MAE THOMAS, I .efendai • SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl LILY MAE TH..MAS I VI Ii — 1'nkni.un) You. LILY MAE THO M v s in :.%  ib> notified that i BUI ,: C implalnt f-ir Divorce has I -i filed igainsl > %  i ind you ire required Serve %  COP) Of >.,ur Ans\ Pleading t,, thBill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. MARVIN 1 WIENER 113 Ainsle) Building. Miami 3^'. Florida, and file the original Anawer >r Pleading in th,,ffi i the Clerk -f the ."-.r. :i: Court on >r bef,re the lsth day of February, IMI If > ,u fail to do so. judgm-nt by default will be taken agalnat ) threlief d-manjed itl the Bill of daint. This notice shall be publish-.I ,n, each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 11th day of January. A.D. IMt E B LEATHERMAN, dark, Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida Seal I By: K II LANWAY 1 Krputy Clerk MARVIN I WIENER. Es* 913 Ainaley Building Miami 32. Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 1/19-26. 2/2-9 ... • to -wit .1 WEfcTWOOD LAKE Ing to the plal rdi i in Plal H r tge 29 rda of id. Florida; required l file ) our an%  :' | ide i' mi t) Ilor la .' • h. Miami Fl irlda ,,n or ii 26, : %  '. ind I • sei i •• Ii ni-,.. • upon DAVID .' iTS'M \N Pin In i iff's attorne). |di ess is 14th I it 101 East l : ._'• • Street Ml iml 12, Flor, ..... %  .. ,s re... the laws of Florid if you fail t -i %  •. the complaint ... taken ... • fi I '.... s i ind i Decree Pro %  *onfesso will i,.enteri I if ir the reh.f demanded In the complaint :i. tiii— ^ith da) ol lanuary, R B I.E.VTIIEUM \N Clei k if the circuit Court Dade County. Florida seal) M, CAVALARI8, l leputy CU-rk DAVID P CAT8MAN : tth t.,' -i i: PI igler St Miami 32 Florida I 26,2 2 • | IN THE ClRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI T %  FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOi COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1051 THE WII.I.I AMSI'.l K.'.H SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff. \ > KIT 11 I'AT ri'Ks. >N, etc -' I i-len.lants NOTICE OF SUIT TO KIT II PATTERSON and mill i led, hi i iinkn-.w n BOO IS ii alive --! if d.ad. her unhn ....• %  %  Ignees, Hi nor*, ci ill I || i %  ha\ ii lining to havi an) or Inten ; • • described hei eln You are hereby notified that t" tl ... action stum.-.! against you In the .•..nit ,.f til.Judicial Cln ill .1 .... ,,!, %  %  • I eiose .. mortgage upon the follow Ibed real ;. iperl Lul 6, BliH-k 103 rhll l v,i I %  i'.,.,,i Clt) iccording to thi reol i led In Plal B •• s. • %  Page 93 ,.f the Public Records l I.I i.i 'ount) Florida You ai.required t" file you suer to plii %  • omplaint w Clerk of the aforesaid Cou I servi a cop) the..-of upon plain: attorne) MARTIN FINE 14th F Dade Federal Building, Miami i loi da, not i iter than March 5 or a Decree Pro Confeaao I I •. -,i againal ou Dated Januar) E B LEATHERMVN 'lerk 'if ih.Circuit C mrt .—..Ii B) K M LTMAN Deput) i'U-rk MARTIN KINK Attorney foi Plaintiff 14th li Dade Federal Building Miami ".:'. Florida N,.ti. th.UII.-l .f City IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 51827 IN RE Estate of TH.I.IK SLONIM, I I .s-.l NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditor* and All Persons HavI IPS ..r Demands Against Said Estate You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you "may have against the estate of TU.I.lK SLONIM deceased in.,f Dad.County, Florida, to the i'minty Judges of Dade County, and file the same in their offices | der in the Countv Courthouae In Dade-I County. Florida, within six calendar, month* ir,.m the date of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred. ESTHER DEAN. As Administratrix, C.T.A. HARRIS.'. ROBINSON & WEISSEL Attorneys Dade Federal Building Miami 32, Florida 1/19-26.2/2-9 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE NO. 52244 is herel.v given that Nl W. Biagel holder as assign ,.i Ml iml Tax Sale Certlfl Numb.-red HSg, dale,! June. A.D. 19B, has my office, for tax .rdance the 1st da) tiled said %  '•' and ha% %  '-' •l I to l with law liflcate in application thereon In ., Certificate embraces the f'l '* described properly, situated in D-' 0 County. Florida, to-wit: S i.V of W 71 Lot 10 HornB division Plat i:,.,,k B Page UM the City of Miami, County of t*i v state ot Florida. The aaa*sl*Jn*nl of said property ut" the Certificate issued was In > name of I'nknown. 1'nless sail > %  Uficate shall be redeemed ace-r I to Law, uix deed will issue there.'. on thTth dav of March, A.D. !• IHited this 30th day of Januar! A.D. 1962. E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida. (seal) By: B. M. l.KEFBR. Deputy Clerk ,M 2;2--16-2.. *'



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Inday. February 9. 1962 ItMjcf} flrradlian Page 15 B LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER C1CTITIOUS NAME LAW ,-,.:s HEREB\ OIVEN thai Wr> ._....,, .„. ring ti %  ngage In ,. ,i, r thi fictitious nan %  .., i.iAPT8. at SUSji Collins N Miami Bea. h, Flo B ... „ d nami with the Clerk ... ,.,, c uri of L>ad< C da vBXETIA APTS. INC.. i :,„,., < %  (3111 %  11 Sens Pr< id< in i;,. -: Alan '' Si ns, > %  • tai y \..\ IT/. SILVER & SCHER v for Baltlmi i • \, l Building NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si Tl< i'. If HEREBY OIVEN thai • .. -_'. %  : n e t i i, i i .%  BI UJI thi fictltloui iroi %  i I ..-..rERINU Ci • .ii \ Street Miami, intends i gegistel Bald • .. %  thi of the C ill Com I of Dadi Count> AL Rrr.ENs rEiN. s • i — %  2 J-8-18-23 ft 6lri • 12 Fli i !. 1-2113 I 26, .' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  ., ,T1CE is HEREBY GIVEN that I • • Igned, desiring to i ngage Ii I .. -. and** thi fictitious nanv ol (JE n \ APTF ..I 2800 Toledi ,,i Corml Qablea, Florida Intend ,!,.:,! %  said n.iin. with the Clerk %  rcult Court "f Dadi County, GILBERT BENS ALAN C SENS I IRW1N ItAKKIt • RI ,NI iVITZ, SILVER & SCHER Atti rneys for VI'IHIM Apt! \ n y HuildiiiB 2, F"l.i — l"U 8-2113 j i 26 2 2-9-K NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Si ICE I* HER1 BY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag. In i .-.:...-. un .i i thi i SKYL \K K PLAZ '. It • at< d al v corn.r • ; B.Mh St. and N E 19th Avi North Miami Beach. Florida, Intends t< i • i %  •• • aald nami Ith the "Ii rk ,: ii,, i Ircuil Court of Dade County. Floi [i ., TULIP REALTY CO, i ilI i.i >Kll • V INC Bj Sty. D. CaW i \ttj A An nl 2 2-9-16-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW SOI IS HER] BY '.i\ EN I I r i eslrlni to engag. In ..name of Salon 'i i 'oral I lablei Mill Mil< Coral liables, In-, -1: ,-. %  name will thi i %  ,. ii; i • '.ii. cii .: i ',o ii I of : iad i ids IONALI) il Uli'ii >Y S N. Y R BROl'DY • ••-> 2 2-9 IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 86S THE WlLLJAMbBUROH SAVINGS HANK, Plaintiff, \s. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Cnapter 20722 Acts ot 1941 FILE NO. A-20492 \i TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai .,-,,, i w Slegel holder of County lie Cei tlfli ntc No 1784 Isa u d -1 da.. "( May. A.D 1957, ha I -,,ni. ii in) office, and has ma Ii ., %  |, n :, i .i ;., \ di • %  i" l" lathi reon Bald i '• rtlfii at< i mI ..... i he (, Hi wing di si rlb< d pi i P | n :>,. i'. ml %  i I I >adi State of i ... to-wil 10 Bli i! Ing Addn., rial Pag< : .'• in I hi C >unty nf state if F Ii • Ida ., --...-.-in, %  ; ot >.i .1 prnpi %  ty unirtlflcat. • ..ii tin w n C Swing A Kathi %  r -., ii rtlflcali hi • %  • law, the prop....... In Kl .'• at the i the I %  tl •. 19' hi i. .th< %  IN THE C'RCU T COUP"' "F TMI ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No 62C f1€ ROSE FINKEL8TEIN, u i. vs. s. >1 F'lNKELSTEIN, hi ff-ntli ni. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: SOL FINKELSTE1N • .• K 111. i... il e. i % %  %  '.< Itth Avenue Jamaica :<:.'. New York YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai i I '..nU'la HI lor I HVI r. has Been nii-ii agadnst you, and Yi'i .\i:K HEREBY KlXJt'IREP t.. '-rv, a copy Answer to the liill of Comon the rialritlfi Attorney. isKN ESSEN, ESQ., it-it Seybold Building, Miami 82, Florida, and fllt 1 ;. original an*w-t] House Apartmei is ^tunio l, *,'r,;. Collini Avenue M ami BBCh, Florida MITCHELL I' MII.I.KK Ml 'I LY HORNE l^isiirt Lakes <47-' s.w 86th Street M ami, Pli I.I %  -KII-I'Y NORMAN %  Cand) stik Loungi -.'•" Park Avenue Miami Beach, 1 l-rida •i \UF: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai h been bi %  ichi againsl j on %  ISEWATER SIGNS anil -I \ M %  > iil.Y.N!f, plaintiffs, t" forecloae a i'* rta n l.len mori particularly deMi ih. Complaint filed In ll If bi ithe fi il" %  Fm-rlbed |-ropert> sll uati NT v M SO it %  %  ; : mi • Ri di %  ; • Ii \ \ t. • 1 • ..:::: I' • : thai \ -, %  • ; %  Hail • %  % %  .. %  %  %  • i %  I A.Piorl t latet :. ill .i illanil i a ti %  \ HERMAN .-. "• %  KM i'MAN • HENRY ITGATE and ANN Kl'GATE, hiwife, and ALEX \NI'KK WEIS.S, li, i, ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALEXANDER WEISS 444? N Bodine Street Philadelphia i. Peangylvanla You an hereby notified thi I ah > • captlom >i act Ion has i" en inBtli iti 'i against you In tn> Clr; .i Court of ih.Judli i il Circuit of Florida in and f"i I Wi • Co inty i" %  %  • closi %  < mortgage upon tl" following desci i" 'I :'i prop411>: I.. i S Block 69 %  >< FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY according to th. P -,i thereol i i rdi d in Plal Book 60 al Page 19 of thi Public Record* • l %  .,, (",..iiit> Florida, You ii • .... in i lalni :.'int with I • • • .,• %  •: I thereol on plaintiff I ltorne> MARTIN FINE, llih i' Miami ler 1 • ''i I •• • I i n I ll • %  %  %  Da 11 I n LEATHERMAN of thi -... I E. H LA.N I'. i %  \ FINE Vtl %  %  for Plaint 11 I >ade Federal 1 Floi a • IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF TH* ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 656 El ;i:\\ ATER SIGNS and JAMES McOLYNN, Plain) RALPH ROBBINS, SK1PPY NORM \N. MEL ABLER, MITCHtLL P MILLER, MOLLY HORNE and FLORENCE HALPER, I %  > ft ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO FLORENCE HALPER II Riverside Drive East Apartment IT C N.-W York. N.Y. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you by EDOEWATER SIGNS and JAMBS M.i.LYNN. plaintiffs t" foreclosi a certain Lien mor< particularly dis-,^ crlbeil in th. CompUInt flltd n :1.IH I \ v ^\~ ,'."g7i. r -aid nm. with suit which ii. n encumbers thr :. lowing ,i, ., rlbed properts situate In Dadi County, Florida, tow I The E l"" ft. ol ;i" S v ft. "f Bli %  k 1. OCEAN FRONT AMENDED, Plat Book B, Pages J Ri,,:,!.1 Dade Coutttj. Florid i .. K .. 2206 Park Ivel • Ml*n i Beach, ^ Ii i Ida, bi Ii s i % % %  game i i opi I • %  • • %  %  ; 1 '' : '•' %  '' red from I'ark Itialty < ti • % %  • Halpel • : %  %  ..: 1 • I %  I referri • %  %  • %  I I" ... %  • ne II %  [11, .1.1 A-.. • • %  Wl ant, i FCR DIVCFCE R %  w n freed that a 1 'all I • • %  • %  • ,,, %  |ri d i servi •,-..• %  i ;, ... Ing t'' • %  • %  I'-aii lames J McVeigh •• M-.a'i .... Pll BI %  -. • .. %  • ,. th. ti ... %  %  %  i ellel del %  .-.. '-1 in %  i • %  • ;. wteks HE IEWISH FU'RIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al .. .. this th daj i January. V i : I: Li: VTHERMAN, Cl< rk lit O I' I '' ,''''.,'.' rta B) M l-AV M.AK1> i •. puty i'lt rk ,1 \Mh\J, McVEIGH Attorney at Law .. u Flaglei BJ Miami, Fla. Attorne) foi Wnlntlfl ., J.J.JJ NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni >T i IEHEIIY tllVEN I the undi sage In busineti : Till. I : %  ; aile i inty, Florida i w 111 the I'.irk e Clu I Co of Di %  > • '.•• %  'I..\!. I IRP are Col s. '.. • %  26:2 NOTICE EY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C E£E EVELYN \T J \r FEE, Plalnl fi \li IHEPH .'•! lA l-'l.E i 'i %  *. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T.' Jl ISFPH M i s*l BE s. r i4 N Cleveland Ml mill-. Ti nil. SS4 You, .H ISEPH M .1 \h IEE % %  %  hereby notified ih i a Bill of Complain! for Divon. 1..,. ti. -n filed against yon. and yon a" i.'t ip-ed %  r^rvi copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint ..n tm Plaintiff s attorney, I'KP.MER, ROSEN Ai MOFSKY, 120 l.ln.-..ln Road, Miami Reach 89, Fli rids and file the original Anawei or Pleading In th< office of the Clerk if the Circuit Court on or before th 23rd day of iSferaary, 1962 • If you fall I" .1" BO, judniTii-nt by .!• fault will i" taken against you for •hir. Mef demanded In th.BUI of Complaint. Tlii> notlci shall be published onci each week f*r f*iui constcutlvi week* in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. 1'i'NK IXD tiRDERED al Miami, Pin i.' thin :i-iii daj of January, A I' 1962 V. n LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuli Court, Dadi County, Florida (seal) By: C. L ALEXANDER, l !• puty Clerk '•• %  i %  %  "': P'is.EN A M.'t'sKY tilt i • • i' Miami Bi... h, Fla. B> Hi fl Rosen for Plaintiff ... 2 2-1 • ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *Jenist> i/crOdf/faun solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial Fit 3-4605 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 442 MARY FL1NTON, Plaintiff. OE> 'ROE RI'SSEL FLINTON. I '. fl ndant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION You. George Ruaael Flinton, dress and residence unknown, are i • quired t" file your answer in the aint with the clerk of in. abe\ ..nil s. rve a copy then of! I Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1:110-11 CanB .-Building, Miami 32, Florida, or befon Februarj ISth, 1962, or ••'suit will 1" t;.k.n as confessed. l>ai Januar> 12th, ii"'i:'. l: Ii LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court By: C, P. COPELAND, Deputy ci.ik l 19-26, 2 %  • NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREB1 OIVEN tl." ii niirni d, desiring i" engage In i %  -,.:,i, •• the fictitious name • \l \ \ CLINIC al I0MM) Bli aj Fla.. Int. %  tl any %  l *• !>• %  %  I' -• Sr.-.All.MAN l • 'mini Floi f Dade I Ui\ie Hkihway, south Miami intho 1 'ade Clerk of the Circuit Court "t Ci unty, Florida p.. 'BERTS IN. .a Kla. CM p.. Sole >wni I > i Murraj Smith, Pri Bldent LEON \ EPSTEIN x tti ney for *pi H< ant in Road /s ., .. :\. %  % %  VEIN' A F %  '•'. %  :. In-ill -. • t Miai ay ol ,' %  N %  %  %  I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW Nl 'TICE II OIVEN thai • --. m ,i ,:.—ir m to en un Ii ; be I cii is i ini %  HOMESTEAD TRAVEL AOBNCY u ; %  N" Kreme An-. Homestead. %  nrti to n I • i iiaim %  I -.i. Circuli Coui • Florida I I ATRTCE PESKl >E I %  iwner ... i, NOTICE UNDER .. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW fK Mritrj-Y rrVEN that %  i %  • in.;. %  Bgag. iii %  %  is runnel, ol 'VER VI • rS \\ EH -.' Ms Till %  • ntends l .' with 1 he 'li I '"•col Court ol Dade County, WKsTovn: REALTY CORP. .PIRO A FRIBI MJS. l.inocln Kd : ,.h. Fla. uorn y f„ r we*tv*i Raaity Oarn IN "HE COUNTY JUDGE S CC "~ IN AND FOR D^DE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE. Nc. ^C-48-C \ • % %  Ml'El r.Rl WN, • .. -• il NOT CE *0 CREDITORS editors L l. AL. .: -• -.. %  You %  %  not If lei qulr. d l which you ma j the eatal '"'El I Ri >V > ,-. used '• %  81 loaeph O ni %  thi "i ntj ludgei • I .. • an evldi i florid I i rid a'lthln flu mi nl (IS : • %  I he i %  i • trator, %  %  i N K LI: & KESH ; %  %  I .MI„IU. 12, F'lorida NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 1EB1 k 'EN thai ndersigned • s to i ngagi in n der th. I %  N.W %  •. -. >N \ ,• :E D V PLIBL : AT :V N THE C RCUIT COWRT OP THE ELEVENTH JLD'CIAL CRCL OF FLC IN S.ND C C C DADE COL-NTY '• s C E = s %  •. i "27 \ %  %  T FOR Dl\ C-E S dress V ••: Here%  • uith.H %  I f,", r | .,. %  : • • • %  %  %  % %  swei the" I ••. %  ..• Uunej WNi BN H BVi N.E. 1 • %  • %  %  N • e thi nal Answer the oi • I %  %  • • : I • i r .. :, ,!, .... idgmi %  i l>> d. fault will be taJ • •, .,-,.. r:n "f ..... for fi %  %  • %  ;• EW1S1 %  VN li %  RI [hli • • ; LEA! HI '• %  •' %  ... \Y. • H YJN'.'BM S35 N.E 125th f %  Attoraey for Plainttfl IN THF rci NTV llinQW'S T^LRT IN UN? COR DAnF COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. "4£?6 IN RE Entail of iysi ARM AN N'OT'CE TO CREDITORS • Ol Persons I ... I mands Al Bstat. v.. an hertt'i • • .Lin. %  the •-•.•• • RAY' ...-.•:.•• • • ,. ih. %  %  f 1 'adi ,, f'le the same in thi %  '• In thi .' int> "ourthousi In I i 'aunt i Fli rldi thin sll i-ali ndi months ti'" ''• date 'f the fi'--" uuhlicatlon hi reof, or th. sum. • bi i ai • I BENJ MIN SCQARM \N Executor BERNPTE1N .\ MILLER Attorney ini I', ngn ss Building Mil mi, Florida „ i 19-26, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 412 o'l.CSTER M.I.KAN. Plaintiff. vs. BETTYE M I.KAN a k a BETTYK BRCN8I N, p. f. ndant. NOT CF TO DEFEND TO BETTYE McLEAN, a'. known aBETTYE BRCNSON n? p.enren Stn t Nl walk. Nl lersi y Y Milton Miller BERNSTEIN A.MILLER Attorn< > s foi Executors r. ni i. BS Building F'lorida 1/19-26. g/8-3 %  %  %  • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE, No. 54484-B IN RE E Ml. ..f THl'R LIl'-oW I ..-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS and Ml Persi i> Hn%  : %  _,.. i* or Den ..n.ls Against Said by notified and reliresent any claims an! i'i : \ havi ai-ain-' ; iRTHl'R Ll'Bl IW di ... at. ol : uli County, F lorH i ..,-..ii ..oi. Coun 111 111. 11 offlc.-.... V i i.i .. ithln six call n.i.r %  %  %  • dati of the .lllle II Will I • '.--:EE'".V".C-~ IN THE C RCI ^" O r E ... E NTH JUDICIAL CIRCl "C r FLOP 13* N N D FOR T-rE ,-.• %  C U ANCER> N fee 3?e AMK1 %  SUIT FOR DIVORCE .. I • \. % %  > Y. rk %  i.Mm; ,• mi' ... .... I 'omplalnt "foi has hi en III. %  -' y %  % RHEA Ll'Bl IW • ol OW, I •••• KRtiNSoN •-. X nt Bldf 1 19-2* %  Yi .. %  req u Ir i : %  i ..... • Bill I I Complaint i n -...,... \ INSI.KK R i' --. .. aglei Htreel .%  file th. | all of the i 'i urt on .... | .' 'I'.,so Judgmi ni thi Bill < %  '. • ,..-...,. aaeeutive weeks in Tl! 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eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY ond THE JEWISH WEEKLY
~.e 23 Number 6
Micmi, Florida, Friday, Februcry S. 1962
Two Sections Price 11
HOSTS fOR COMB'.HED JEWISH APPtAL
Jewish A
Charges
oiism
"hese tv.'O community leaders and their wives will be the icur
airmen lor a reception at the Americana hotel Sunday
rhl honoring Ambassador Michael Comay. Ambassador of
:ael to the United Notions. They are She-pard Broad [leil
"rnest Janis. Mr. end Mrs. Erccd end Mr. and Mrs. Jcr.:s
officiate III the reception line immediately preceditia 'he
ecdership dinner. (See story Pcje 9-A.)
U Nu 'Explains' Statement
With Nasser on Mid-East
JERUSALEM as inst th< / onisl en 5 voiced
M'lsh. Sharett chairman of the Jewish Agency i
on Z'onism was part I s series ol charges ... i the S \ et
newsp. per, which ed the allegation thi
cruiied Soviet Jews I anti-So> ii!
... i Soviet 1
nd B
id< nc icia ; nti-Jew
ish camp.:..
Thi further ; ttempts |
c th< leadership of tl
sh communities in Eastern Eu-
rope." ru sait -' em< ll
another official effort to assimilate
h i com muni ic E\ i ry
'ommu is' authorit i
into a series of mysterious acei-
-a ions and n i s which a:
ibly d ma!.....
objection to Jewish aspirations."
Bible Reading
In Pennsylvania
Schools Felled
I HIA (JTA) A
hree-judge Federal court
n this week that the Finn
law on Bible-reading in
chools was uncons'itution-
::. unanimous decision, the
. .<-cl trie recita'.ion of the
Prayti .. i art of Bible read-
. i ;n public schools ol
i. .-
I I

originally had been
i.- Edward L. Schemp. (i
I nitarian, and ".he law
td unconstitutional by a
u 'urt here
The aw was then amended to
"c-'inued on Page 6-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion -. It
this week thai he had :(
litter from Burmese Premier U
Nu explaining the declaration the
Burmese leader had signed Jointly
with President .Nasser, of Egypt.
n Cairo.
Mr. Ben-Gurion said he was
"completely satisfied'" with I" Nu
as a staunch friend of Israel. In
the join; Nasser-U Nu statement.
the two Government leaders
pledged support for the full res-
toration of all rights of the Arab
levpie of Palestine in conformity
with the Charter and the United
Nations resolutions."
The Israel Premier conceded that
the initial announcement Of the
join: declaration had caused him
'unpleasant surprise" but that he
had discounted the importance of
the statement after reading the
Burmese Premier's letter He said
Masser had obtained trom the Bur-
mese leader nothing more '.hen ar.
endorsement of his known posi-
Continued from Page 3-A
i
The Jewish Aoency leader ridi-
cule.-1 the Trud assertions that
Zionism was a "reactionary
movement, pledged to the serv-
ice of imperialism." He stres-
sed that Zionism in fact was a
movement of rescue of masses
frc -i t;-.e perils of annih:!a'ien
a-.i of th-ir liberation from the
plight c" inferiority, The Zionist
r-ove.-le-t, !;e pointed O-it, had
f-a sforn-.ed these if had saved
"Ir'o a peeole Subsisting by its
own to:!, creating economic and
cu tural va'ues and shaping its
c.-.n fite."
Hi .. --.:.'. :l that Z nisn '.a.- "a
nations I cioi < -;.:..-
i h by its An sell reliai I
.. achi eat thi ..-
I -- ;; ea edlj listory
Bti ed : i ral C lira ( to S.i I
to th lti Si ol the
its purpose did not Er:c A -' ivent to the Middli East eight years ag-i !
suit their policy or region President E.- or to draft the plan for a prep
Meanwhile, R. N Carvalho. pres- "Jrdaa River Author::;. 11 b< a principal speaker at the nat il
Ident of the Anglo-Jewish Assn inaugural conference for the 1962 Israel Bond campaign.
declared in London this week that The conference, to be held Fel
IRIC JOHNSTON
. President's tmiua/
Eric Johnston Will Address
Israel Bond Convention Here
the bringms of criminal charges 23 to 2." al : i I eai hotel.
"against dMIiugMiahcd rabbis and will also celebrate :he 70th birth-
leading member* if the Jewish laj of Ed or, noted corne-
lian.
Police Searching for Traces
Of Terrorists in Los Angeles
ELI JTA Po-
i here were continu-
efforts to d< termine the
: two bombings thai
Ii Thurs la; ighl agi si
..(. I bnstian minis-
. r< ;. lr< ssing a
a chapter of the Amen-
ongress here. The
mplc Sinai, had been
..-- The Extreme
Democracy?"
leaflets were spread
facing the -> u
ei ting was under way
- had damaged the
two ministers, the
Simmons and the
Walker, but no one
red A third speaker at
ting was film actress Mar-
According to Miss Hunt.
(l posters, linking
Nations emblem with
of David and the Com-
'la.vimer-and-sickle symbol,
scattered while the meet-
dent of the S a n r
(iiapter of the American Assi
.he United Nations.
pi lice here said that onlj l
;urts from the bomb.- used have
thus far furnished any clue :o the
perpetrati rs ol the bombing. The
i the two minis t< rs we II
as of Miss Hunt were beini guard-
ed Police Inspector Edward
Walker said I" n he w as nol i
tain whether the bombing had been
clone by followers of right-wing
groups or by Communists, spokes-
men fur both the Communist Party
and the John Birch Society denied
any of their followers w e r e in-
volved.
i A statement issued in New York
by Dr. Joachim Pnnz. national
president of the American Jewish
Congress, said the bombings mark-
ed "an ominous, new phase in the
campaign of t h e extreme right
Continued on Page 2-A
Dr. Neumann, Mrs. Halprin
To Alternate as Leaders
JERUSALEM(JTA)Mrs. Ro-t Halprin and Dr. Emanui Neu-
mann will alternate annually as chairmen of the executive oi thi
;^h Agency in New York until the n<\: World Zionist Congress i
1'ecided here this week al the closinj sessioi oi the Jewis
nary meeting.
At Dr Neum tin's
Mrs Halprin will serve for the Moshe Kol lies V. I
led this w <
'. shout Is-
rael have been prepai
some 5 ave
immigral .. -.
: out peopl<
nstituti I thai i
aduated thi:
pated addil
numbei of |
care to 12.1
rted,
firsl year
The Ajency a'so appointed
Sam Levin, secretary genera! of
rho Israel Office of the South
African Zionist Federation, as
coordinator with govornmonf do-
pa.-trrer.ts on promotion of im-
migrants from free countries.
He will have access to govern-
ment and Agency offices with
the objective of improving
liaison on Aliyah facilities.
Cantor has held an important
position of leadership in the Is-
rael Bond Organization since its
inception tl years ago. Last
month, he was elected nation il
chairman of the Builders of Is-
rael, a division of the Israel Bond
effort concerned with financing
'he construction of housing for
new immigrants.
The nationwide birthday tribi
Cantor on Saturday evening,
Feb. 24 will be the highlight uf
the inaugural conference to launch
1962 campaign for the sale
a minimum of S66.500.000 in Israel
Bonds 'More than 2.000 persons
- parts of the Unil :
.-:. tes ai anada are i xp eti

vho is .president oi
on 1 ire Assn oi Amor
as president ...
ire Export Assn., and
if Motion Picture Prn-
is a furnu-r presi lenl
S Chamber of Commerce.
In ad) he is associated v :th
lustrial and financial
throu [hout the countrj .
three decades, he has
Continued on Paot 16-A
AUTHORITIES P.iPORT 'ASTOMSWm PISEMBLANCE'
Brazil Police Check Mengele Prints
RIO DE JANEIRO(JTA)Rio
police said this week they were
awaiting fingerprint records from
West Germany of Dr. Josef Men-
gele, a long-sought Nazi killer, to
compare with those of a man under
arrest here on suspicion that he is
Mengele.
The suspect, who was seized at
a health resort in Pocos do Cal-
das, said his name was Kc'oman
Schueller and that he was a Hun-
garian citizen. The suspect, a
sales manager for a Rio firm, was
described by police as having an
"astonishing" resemblance to the
hunted Nazi doctor.
Dr. Mengele was the "selector"
of Jews in the Auschwitz are ler
gtn-Belsen death camps to be senl
gas chambers, permitting
victims to live for
. i purposes. He w as
, have been hiding in Ar-
a for mi time after fleeing
the collapsing Nazi regime
: the war. It had also
rted that he left Argcn-
. telj after former SS
I Eichmann was seized
the spring of I960.


Pcce 2-A
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Friday. February 3. 1362
Awards Slated
At Bureau's
Winter Meeting
L I con-
ii -- repcrl u 1
.ties
,. lewis Eitica-
(.
p)e Mi
'.. : Beacli oi '
I 5 at 8:15 ]
n i to the
i. ers of
/ n:est cosonson I i
i erican Jewish Congr< --
] rida Worm n's Drt sion,
year's contes'
on PeaceWhat Doe., Ju
[ i It' rid "Man's Respoi
- ManThe Jewish Point
oi View."
.'uttses in the contest are Mrs.
Reyna Youngerman ant! Charles
Jsccfeson, local artists; Leo Mind-
lin, executive editor of the Jew-
ish Floridian; Mrs. David Mos-
Wot and Louis Schwartiman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
The second contest will feature
BcMwl champions in the Bureau's
annual Hebrew Vocabulary 'Bee.''
meetinj 111 also include a
i prelim new of-
ns for thi Bureau's
armui
fficers of t
y .'.
b : h h
( .. '; .;.
presidents: Melvyi
Israeli Sentenced for Espionage
, jTA Aharon Co-
M
... former
am Party, was
,uri here
years
'.. t. ;. a result oj his conviction
,-icti alter a
iccrel three ol four counts
had gathered sec-
formation and passed il on to
em for an unnamed Commu-
nist c< untry.
His attorney, who immediately
filed notice of an appeal to the
Israel Supreme Court, issued a
Label A. Katz, president of B'nai B'rith (left), meets with Chief
Rabbi Moses Rosen, of Rumania. Rabbi Rosen is visiting here,
meeting with lecders of the American Jewish cemmunity.
LONG-DISTANCI
MOVERS
1.4. Police Seeking Traces
Continued from Page 1-A
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: :... t he Right" for the
. eclai By 1
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Clergymen Will
Attend Institute
m hu: tired a i I Eiftj Protestant
. rg> will atte I innual Insti-
for he Chris m Clergy to be
: i a: Temple Israel ol Greater
Mondaj
Di si don 3 ank, professor
Biblt at the I !brew Union Col-
1 _> Hi Cincinnat 0 will address
clergymen E)r Blank will de-
.i i; i lectur m the Hebrew
,; nets The :! irgymen will bo
I guests of remple Israel at a
n< he i and rera i n I blowing Dr.
Blank's lectures for a visit through
synagogue.
lir Blank was >rdained at the
: brew L'nion (ge in 1923 and
reive* his Doctorate in Germany
i 1925 He also studied at the
brew University in Jerusalem.
[n 19;i2. ho 3 TV d a> national
ident of the Soci stj of Biblical
: lerature. !!_' the author of a
ber oi books in the Hebrew
he:*.
Dr. Eisendrath
Due to Install
Rabbi Podet Here
1 illed :i- spintu il
i'i Ju Ion pi nil
ervices ol the Tem "eb 23.
iill be Rabbi
a ii ii e N Eisen
! ihe I'i ion of Amerii
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Ben Es =en pres i lei I f mn'e
-:i d v. e lm laj lh il "we
re honored thai Dr. Eisei
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gether with the members
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According to Essen, national, stnte
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World renowned Cantor D..vid
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services of Ki seth Israel
( mgregation on ] I
\ ii e eg ns al 5 :
Cantor Kuse\ itskj will a
irning, Fi I
l 8.C0 a.m. He will i
i |tp< al Kneseth : r,
a. conccrl on Sui I
25.
Cantor Kusevifsky w'as a U line
al o child performer in the Vilna
Choir-School and later in the Vilna
Great Syraj igue He gra
from ihe Vilna Academy of Music
\' ii!i highest honors.
At 13, he was invited tj become
choir leai'er in ihe synagogues of
K:emanice. LerrLerg, and Rovno.
He later officiated in various ci-
ties in Europe, anc1 subsequently
Lcca/ne chief cantor of Rovno.
F: r some 12 years, he was i
Adult Session Slates Speakers
At Temple Judea's third session At 9 p.m., Arthur Roslchan, ex-
ol adult education Tuesday even- ecutive iirector of the Greater Hi-
ing. 8 p.m Rabbi Mordecai Podet ami Jewish Federation, will speak
will lecture on "A Guide lor Lib- on "Miami Jewry Tomorrow and
oral Jews." i Today"
Woodwinds Will
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An x of
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i will be te
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nted b> the L'ni\ ersit) ni
t ind Quintet.
Directed by Julien Balo^h. as-
sistant prof* ssor oi ood il
the university, the Woodwind Quin-
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sical compositions, explaining I te
role of their instruments as I iej
proceed.
MD Discusses
Space Medicine
S| act Medi n the Space
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ntlj hv Dr S a lley .'. Col-
Ol \liar-
Dr < Itune i lit utenant com-
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He si oke befor r mbers of the
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... Saving '. oan Assn
Burma's Premier 'fxp/oins'
Cc-ntinuej j Page 1-A
irl United
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rsement o: .- Burmese Pro-
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7 AY I. BINDER Correspoi
Volume 35 Number 6
Friday. February 9. 1S62
1 Adar 5?22
Man and His
Government
Minis Z. ....'...
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Th
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s long shov
is a t e s: e -:
loi ."' -. -5
c'.so t: -? thai
:: the stat smer.l :s zr. 2:::
ticn of his person 3: the
M: ddle East condition
How sould he St iew
firm its implications with respect
to Israel?
No one denies U '".. tn : ; acts
c: warmth in behalf of Israel s bes:
interests as they have been ex-
pressed in Burma-Israel cultural
technological, and diplomatic rela-
tions; in the Premier's stand at the
recent unaligned notions confer.-
er.ce; and on the occasion of Mr.
Een-Gunon's even more recent visit
ic U Nu's homeland.
Nevertheless, these must be weighed
ccainst the meaning of the U Nu-Nasser state-
ment to the interests of Israel in the Middle
Ecst. Perhaps a healthy friendship does exist
zetween Ben-Gurion and U Nu based upon a
mutual sense of respect for one another's love
c: the classical wisdoms. But does the Burma
Premier tend to distinguish somewhcrt between
his friend as a man and the nation he heads?
Certainly, a good deal of this kind of
cmbivalence is manifest in U Nu's signing of
the Nasser statement. Mr. Ben-Gurion says he
ur.derstands it all. Perhaps it takes an equiv-
clent understanding of the deepest implicc-
ticns in the religious philosophies of which
both Premiers are such notable exponents be-
fcre most of us can lay claim to the same kind
c: understanding. But all one can do at the
moment is to trust that Mr Ben-Gurion has
made no mistake.
Criminals Must be Caught
The bombing in Los Angeles cctr.es hard
cr. the heels or the recent synagogue bombing
in Chicago end the attempted desecration by
c youth this week o: still another synagogue
ir. Texas.
Such terrorism, w h e t h e r patently anti-
Semitic or an expression of extreme Right re-
cction, must be nipped quickly: for nothing wiil
encourage would-be cambers' so much as the
fc-.lure of the authorities to came up with the
c Lilprits involved.
The police record during the past decade
hes been a patently miserable one in the mat-
ter of solving these crimes. Gastonia, N.C..
our own City of Miami; Birmingham, Ale.;
Jacksonville. Fla.; Atlanta, Ga. these and
other communities across the nation have suf-
fered the blight of socially undesirable, de-
mented malcontents who attacked Houses of
Worship, destroying private property, placing
human life in danger, and challenging funda-
mental American principles of liberty, in their
mentally ill efforts to puff up their egos.
The record of their "successes" is un-
marred by the record cf our law enforcement
authorities to apprehend them and bring them
to justice. Thus far. the police of Los Angeles
are working unrelentingly to make an arrest
in the bombing last week that followed a panel
discussion on the American extreme Right.
The eyes of the nation are on the efficiency
c? the police there and so ars the eyes of
tne crackpot Right
^Trjfck
On Meeting Human Heeds
Greater Miami Jewry will gather Sunday
evening to hear an address by Israel Ambas
sador to the United Nations Michael Com ay
They will also be gathering to affirm their
unanimous determination to support to the
limit the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign.
The leadership dinner will see many a:
the community's top men and women as they
meet together to take a breather from their
vigorous CJA activities since the recent launch-
ing of the "New Horizons" drive.
What these leaders have vowed is to make
this year's one of the most successful Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaigns in Greater
Miami history. What they have vowed is to
assure the ongoing programs of CJA local
affiliate agencies and to fulfill Jewish needs
abroad.
includes the needs of Israel the
vast immigration and upbuilding programs
there.
Ambassador Comay will be able to tell
Greater Miami Jewry something of these r.eea;
Sunday evening. But from experience ove:
the years, they well know what is so desper-
ately required right here in our own commun-
ity.
The Combined Jewish Appeal is dedicate;
to meeting these needs. And Greater Mian:
Jewry is dedicated to assuring CJA the fullest
success possible in 1962.
Is it Really Dr. Mengele?
To many victims of Nazism, the name c-
Dr. Josef Mengele strikes even more terror -
their hearts than does Adolf Eichmann's. For
Dr. Mengele was directly involved in some 0:
the most brutal inhumanities that the Hitler
Third Reich boasts to date.
It was Dr. Mengele who. by a flick oi 1
white-gloved wrist, decided which innocent
women should die immediately and which
should be subjected to the pain, torture and
indignity of his medical "experiments.
Brazil police now believe they have cap-
tured Mengele. There is good evidence that
he fled Argentina immediately followinq the
Israeli capture of Adolf Eichmann. All sicras
point to the fact that he is still alive
We hope it is Mengele. even if we doubt
the alarm. But the sound and the fury of the
tichmann trial inevitably lead to the |
question concerning the lives of tho who
sought the final solution: "The- what1.
during the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINOLIN
*
concluded I ii much too younj
I FIRST appeared in these
parts back in 1647. I had
rot yet turner! twenty-thre-
Student at the University of
M;ami promptly concluded* t
was a veritable Methuselah-
cert a i n I y much too old t >
launch an academic regitr 1
toward a degree. When 11
came generally know that i
had arrived as a teacher
st -ad. they just as pr.)n:
[n this mesh of contrasting opii-
C i.rciuutru i j> ... .*>>* j -- ------- -
ions. I found myself frightfully i'.or.j. A Don-Jewish col.eague to 1
pi i on me aid suggested I move to Miami Beach. I ignored h -
benignly segregat>on-mind< I ad-, ice, but jouneved by bus across
bay to Join what was then called the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
Dues were twenty-five dollars a staggering figure for me il
[me. if a laugl -" i:: terms of today's c -
,. v, quentl: appeared among others ..1 1
1 the C tter Bulletin. For a m
. j eeting in the congregati >n's
, .. .. tel)
..--:
iahlss. My r
-.
the S
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..... 11 I 1 suitable addit. 1
1 .....
te well of me \ > call and i
'- I was at the time s
. '..---
All cf hich is 1 -- .
. m re current react! ,-- 1 ieatre
very v irlj last Wed rung 1/. sun is | ag to
1 thi i. against th
lasha Skulnik."
MVoTffS Of THI HtAYY STVfr
Q"j my return j igain passios the
w theatre. I drove throug a mass of 1 is ind klieg
-- pointing a: the open lobby, thru ;b ch patrons walked
forth. High overhead, Menasl 1 SkuL-.ik flickered in a moving
ric tapestry, it- sha ms projecting a block awa> down onto the
wooden shack offici Coconut Gr \e real e-tate a^ent 1
er kept his appoint,;-. -. .-1
"What must this man think no I mdered. have v. 1 id 1
er or not Jev I nd it lifficull these lays to buy a h^r:--
' r,r"- although i would rathei imagine that things must
' over the years But. if I lej have. I am almost
rtain 1 ic ntr bute i 1 thing 1 > the
change must be a social pher hi 1 is simply cm
1 accept ;;- anotl ,g, ',.', .
ite a
I make I <: lea for Menash 51 ; a* a reflection I
to the theatre Fa is
irdeit admirer and
sor.al fi -
: ":: iille-s'vle n sic -
Fuchs
louse, sta
stuff : : r Sing
SHINiS fCK t StCOHD rti*
A = A CHILD, i .
rrendous breach of a sj
":! father aceo
itr [f |get .:
sly repress I
' ;' 5Juh bin not to be contra
prove his faahft -- BU ..
Isav Uenasha Skulnik here last
wmot in The 19th Cousia a kind of self-resentment for iaugl
,. ;,''.''">,,;"r' could not help wondering how
of the Coconu, Grove dowagers -eats surrounding
;;-'-,::>f a Menasha Skulnik the actor, and hew mans were
'hen it was at Jews the) were laughing and therel
V *',?' r they honestly laugh at the comedy or.
' Jt ">e comedian, unacqua thej were, except in t.
reotype burlesque ah 1;fe and
artistic projection1
:; '""i"la; a:-' agent who never
?^1Dtm.!" J' the audience that night -
.[:-;-'' 'or a second time in two years. Men.
* shines down from tl irove nnrga,, And. as
;.,""UU)' ^"hs takes his place when SI
2 2" ;: ;' Sunday. Has anyone other
ha Skulnik brought su the Grove before" Sad
UataSi^L1^ i a private dinner part'
,,k a '"' ne fnends in once sacred C
the border of perhaps


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1FTTER TO THC HHTOR-
Pope John Urges Unity for Us All
It ."OR. The Jewish Floridieri:
-. -. ..I r, t. 11 |C0B1 the Vati-
ii -:..; .- >- Dr. Eugene Hevesi.
|,jj< of .;r.i. Efld n Depar.raent ci
i:. ;.; Jew isb Committt t.
I pointed to head the
, y cf the i'.iver-i a Intel
lale Deg.'i Studio Scclalc Pre
Deo, on i.ttrgroup relations.
He alreadj :; in home and j'.art-
il his classes en Jan. 15.
TS's university was established
in !9 if an is Rev. A. Morlion, a Be-'-
Zionists Planning Panel Here
I stri l !h
r .. oi The Nce<
:: ,-t .: ..
15
; ;i i ; n .
oti I, accordir? i Mai -.
_i d strict pi gran chairman
: r i pacing in '
Mortimer May. mi ra!< r
. : iational pro d< nt oi the
ation of Ami r i.
nor a r y life prt sidenl cf th<
.! region . r of trie World Zionist Ac-
- I, mmittei
i lists will include Sen. Claude
tcper: Or Morton J. Robbin.
-:.r' an i: the Naticm' E .
ci tiv C cil oi Lhi ZOA an
chairman oi the Z
" i ...
... am ..
la ... ,a. h a ii .
.:.. ami Beach .
:> strict.
'":, i i?cuss:i : from (hi
v'!! [clow, Record turn-ou! .-
nticipated according to J s)
Repbun, president of thi Mi.
' i h District Assisting Enftj
ire Abe Rubin, Al Lefkowitz. .
iian Weintraub, 'acob Fi
Herman Wilson, Louis Rab'nowitz
io^epr. Alter, ard Gt :;.:
director.
tn Dominican. Attendance in-
cludes sme 2,000 Catholics, and
from abott 21 nations Protestant,
Moslem, Hindu and Buddhist
students. The teaching material
is prepared by a committee con-
s sting of Catholics. Protestants,
and Jews from the United States.
The charge in policy of the Vati-
t( ward the Jews can be attrib-
ilted to Pope John XXIII. who
repeatedly calls for understanding
justice. For example. Pope
John gave instructions that Catho-
lie tex'books and prayerbook?
mid eliminate phrases de'.rimcn-
... to Jews.
Now. by appointing Dr. Hevesi to
1 this new post, the Pope wants to
bring Catholics and Jews closer
together so that they should be
abl( to fight the common enemy
;rn the Left and Right.
Pope John is opening an entirely |
. new era in religious cooperation.
H is proving to the world that we
|; ;t all God's children and can iol-
li Him in spite of our doctrinal
dilferences.
EUGENE LYON
Miami Beach
New Air France Jet
By Special Report
NEW YORK Air France has
taken delivery of the 100th French
Caravelle jetliner produced by Sud
Aviation The jet is the 28th Cara-
Ivelle to jom Air France's fleet.
When deliveries of Caravelie jet-
General Solicitation plans for the Combined Jewish Appeal
cje discussed by these three leaders. Left to right are Milter.
i ::.sam. chairman of the Printing gicup, Chcrles Held and
ftrthux Degutz. committee members.
Steinberg Book
To be Reviewed
Book of the Brunch Cluo spon-
sored by Temple Menorah Sister-
hood will hold the third in a series
of book reviews in the Temple;
Social Hall on Wednesday. ll:30|
a.m.
"As A Driven Leaf." by Milton
Steinberg, will be reviewed by Rab- j
bi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual'
leader of the Temple.
Mr? Fdward Hauler, club chair-
man, and Mrs. Ray Morse. Sister-
hood president, invite members and
friends to attend.
Erunch will be served by Mes
dames Jack Segal, Samuel Roman-
(fi. Richard Schwartz. Lillian Roth-
and Lee Gottlieb.
L'CHAYIM
to the American quality of greatness!
Michael Hahn
First Jewish Governor in
the United States
Born in Bavaria. Hahn was
brought to America in
infancy by his parents. The
strife of the 1860s called
forth his quality of
greatness. Even though he
lived In Louisiana, he spoke
against secession, decried
slavery and supported the
policies of Abraham Lincoln.
He won the office of
Governor cf Louisiana in
IBC-A, to become the first
Jewish Governor in the
United States.
The UChayim Whiskey...
Lprd CalveKT
Truly the American Whiskey of Distinction-
uncompromising people make Lord Calvert;
discerning people enjoy It.
m now \ stmkmt miUMU i turns w>wm.k> ei mum* vims c*wj hjtiuim cwaht mc y.c.
liners to Air France have be -1
completed in 1963. the French A -
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Seminary Leader To Speak Here
i at Beth
. r. Joel S
17 years. F
i iff] .
Louis E. Wolfson founder and trustee of Mt. Sinci Hospital,
is honored al 3 tiday celebration by his coilecgues and
cc-:our.cers at the Fontainebleau hotel. A plaque, represent-
fawj bis philanthropic and service contributions to Mt. Sinai,
-a as presented to him at the affair by Max Orovitz, chairman
e: the board.
Nuclear Warfare and Human Survival
To Keynote 3-day Conference on Beach
The deep concern lor human sur-
vival in a world threatened by nu-
cltar warfare and what Judaism
tin.- t(i contribute to this problem
w:ll be debated at a three-day con-
ference on "Judaism and Survival"
si; ted for Feb. 23 to 25 in Miami
Beach.
The meetings will be held on the
occasion of the sessions of the ex-
ei i- committee of the Union of.
an Hebrew Congregations.
i ol :: irm temples and
l( will take part in a
series hip services, meet-
ir. ; nd a led by
guishi :ers -uch as:
Philip Wylle, noted author;
|tbbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
UAHC president; Rabbi Roland
B. Gittelsohn, of Boston, Mass.,
r-rhor of "Man's Best Hope;"
Dr. Joseph Weil, scientist from
the University of Florida; Con-
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Scientific research has proved no
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gressman Abraham Multer, of
Brooklyn, N.Y.; and Judge Emil
N. Baar, UAHC board chairman.
Sunday evening. Feb. 25. 8.30
p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
guests will hear a symposium on
'Morality and Fall-Out Shelters."
Worshippers at a Sabbath morning
service on Saturday. Feb. 24. at
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
will listen to a pulpit dialogue on
Judaism in the Space Age" be-
tween Rabbi Gittelsohn and Dr.
Weil.
The Friday evening Sabbath ser-
vices will set the tone tor the con-
ference with discussions and ser-
mons on the theme. "Judaism and
Survival." at Reform temples in
the area.
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per nit pupils to be excused from
participation in the classroom
readings. The defendants were
the School District in Abington
Towr.ship and Charles H. Boehm,
sur-erintemient 0f public instruc-
tion in Pennsylvania.
' was amended, the
'viling was appealed
Sti Supreme Court,
h -en- the suit back to Phil-
adelphia for frrthi r consideration
ause of the amendment.
Two Jewish organizations, the
Philadelphia Jewish Relations
Community Council and the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, filed briefs
f] ends -if the court in the hear-
in;.. The JCRC has contended that
the growth of both religion and
iemocratic society was best fos-
tered in the home and houses of
worship.
The Congress brief challenged
; the practices as 'religious intru-
sions barred under the constitu-
tion." The decision is expected to
be appealed again to the U. S. Su-
preme Court in time for it to act
Dti the question before its June
adjournment.
'Two Cultures' Discussed
Subject for the adult discussion
group at Dade Heights Congrega-
tion on Wednesday. 9 p.m.. will be
"Americanism and Judaism The
Problem of Living in Two Cul-
tures."

advis
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U.S. Jews, Israelis Disagree on State Department
By HARC-3 EI0L1N
,, iS] ; STON rTA) One
;., '.h,. .-.iversi. (radius about
jp.v5_v.; tevet taey are. or who-
* mo are-- tiiat their con-
, clu,.o..> variably will be similar.
Bin W l it -''"'' !o the Ue-
pjrt:mr- I SU*. African Jews
ad IsrM nws.it H* as uel be
talking 'rely difter-
em matters. F;r 11 has become
-bundai clear here thai Amen-
..,. .:-.. fetid ot State Re
Ihd I'rae is another,
have sxciltenl reasons
iev P
can Jev
port me
A
foi th
Fron
Americ
Icellent
[rae' vantage point.
Israel Mlatioos are ex-
Vmericans
r, the state -.vpartment
... f:rthn;ht in
with I- nations. Mo-
;. iiins lings >ri b >:h sides are
,.,.- tarochial inter-
lsr feed, for iample, that
a tru* P"nnpt*f* cert'.al re-
li'iois -J 5 5*"!en their
nation ;- rael, they say, i* not only now a
fact recognized by the State De-
partment, but a "welcome fact."
There is common agreement on
both sides, they believe, that the
best interests of Middle East sta-
bility can be achieved by keep-
ing the art* as quiet as possible.
The longer there is stability, the
increasing absences of crisis, will
have a long-range balming effect,
say the Israelis. In short, both
subscribe to the theory that "time
is a great healer."
Only in the day-to-day relation-
ships and the various tactics
. hich ma; be employed by the
late Department in solving sud-
len blowupdo occasional differ-
jnces manifest themselves And.
say the Israelis, what the Depart-
ment might do one week with re-
spect to o given Israel-Arab situ-
,ii.n is not nearly as important
as the long-range objectives on
which both sides find themselves
n total accord
Israelis point out. in fact, that
a hat may often be interpreted as
hi anti-Israel action by the De-
partment of State may be com-
pletely justified and necessary
from the standpoint of the United
Slates' own best interests. They
recognize, they say. that in addi-
tion to us Middle East regional in-
terests and objectives, the United
States has ylobal interests and ob-
jectives. And it is inevitable, they
believe, that the latter may some-
imes be in conflict with the form-
er.
Even in terms of Nasser. Israelis
believe their government and the
view; namely, that the Egyptian
leader should clean up the mess
in his own backyard before going
Off on his oft-threatened and some-
Balkin Lodge
To Elect Officiers
Walter Apfelbaum will be de
dared president of Gilbert Balkin
Lodge of B'nai B'rith at a monthly
meeting Tuesday at Westbrooke
Country Club.
The Miami attorney is currently
president-elect of the lodge and a
member of the regional board of
the Anti-Defamation League.
Other olfieers will be elected at
the evening meeting. Members of
the nominating committee are
State president-elect Charles Seia-
vitch; past president. Ray Bonis-
ke; president. S. A. Bobbins, and
vice president. Ainslee R. Ferdie.
times executed expansionist ad-
ventures Occasionally there are
differences of opinion as to tactics
in dealing with Nasser, say the
Israelis, but of only a minor na-
ture.
This attitude of the S:ate De-
partment extends to all its deal-
ings throughout the Middle East,
it; the United Nations, in some re-
spects to Africa and its aaoreisal
ot the relationship of external for
ces Russia in the Middle East.
Israelis say
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found Israel and the United States
for the first time on opposite sides
of a major issue. But it was ttte
last time. Israel is said *" y to
enjoy the respect and friendship
of the State Department in th*
same way as does any nation
friendly to the United States.
The burning issues which bother
American Jews NaoMrism, Arab
list rimination against American
Jews as individuals. Arab boycotts
of Jewish-owned business firms, to
name just a feware of concern.
of course, to Israelis, but hardly
in the same sense that they out-
rage the American Jewish com-
munity. The feeling is. quite
frankly, that when an American
Jew is forced to make a round
about detour in his travel plans M
as not to land in an Arab country,
: his is an American, and not an Is-
raeli, problem. As one long-time
student of Washington-Israeli af-
fairs who now hold:, an important
non-elective post on t h e Capital
puts it: "Israelis are not particu-
larly concerned when Elizabeth
Taylor is place J on the Arab movie
blacklist."
While to Israel. Nasser may be
only a nasty nuisance without
whom the Middle East would be
better offa view supposedly also
held by the State Departmentto
American Jews he is an opportun-
i>i who sells his favors to the high-
est bidder and pushes a policy of
discrimination against American
Jewish buisnessmen.
Israelis may sometimes be un-
happy with the lack of steady State
Department prodding of Arab na-
tions on various issues, but they
listen tolerantly to the Depart-
ment's explanation that constant
needling of the Arabs will not
change a thing and might even pos-
sibly result in provoking the Arabs
still further.
While the American Jew, how-
ever, may also understand the
reasons for the State Depart-
ment's policies and actions he is ,
hardly tolerant. He is unhappy
about it and says so.
One of the most articulate and
, outspoken commentators on State
Department Middle Eastern policy
is New York Democrat Leonard
Farbstein. A member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, who
says flatly that the Departments
policy of constantly looking t h e
other way on Arab boycotts, black-
lists and travel bans against Jews
takes the easy way out." Con-
gressman Farbstein says the de-
partment "follows the line of least
resistanceoperating on the princi-
ple of retaining friendships and
not irritating them "
It i- a matter, he says, of who
ian exert the greatest pressure.
And thus far. American Jewish
pressure has had little effect.
In one of the most recent public
statements on the issue, the State
Department last November indicat-
ed it had no plans to act on the
Arab boycotts unless it was shown
that a boycott was based on reli-
gious discrimination and not on
affiliation with Israel.
Congressman Farbstein thinks
the whole matter has been very
unsatisfactorily handled. The
rights of American citizens are
not being adequately protected, he
says i
In an effort to remedy the is-
sue he says he is now thinking
seriously of introducing in Mii*
session an amendment to the Mu-
tual Security Act which wovNI
require by law the automatic dis-
continuance of aid to any coun-
try guilty of discriminating
against an American Jew or Jew-
ish-owned firm.
The current law gives the Presi-
dent such authority to be used at
his discretion. But tiiat provision
now two years oldhas never
heen invoked on the advice of the
State Department, despite numer-
ous instances of Arab discrimina-
tory actions during that period, as-
serts Farbstein.
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.

I air House guests of CJA Chairman Cal Kovens Niererberg, Mrs. Sam Pokrass, Mrs. Nierenberg
-eluded (left to right) Mr. S. Edelberg, Mr. N. and Mr. Pokrass.
Blair House
;ion For
CJA Campaign
Recepti
-

Pom
thi
is
Vblii
it at :
. n and s
tier. Mirth Fa
fashion sh
pres
chairmen > for the
--.; are Mr?. Sam Blank. Mrs
Cbaikt n, ai I M rs Arnold
Seeder. Chairman >: h istesses is
Mrs. Samuel Lip'.on
MRS. EMIL MORTON
The final pre-luncheon re i
Mill take place at the home nf
Mrs, Herman Rubin, 815 E. Di
Lido dr.. on Monday.
. J. Harris (center), president of the Greater Miami Jewish
i deration, chats with Harry Barnert (left) and Louis Bresler at
"e Blair House meeting.

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1 Ek
CJA Chairman Cal Kovens is shown talking with Louis Hirsch
eft) at the Blair House event.
CJA Chairman Cal Kovens hoot-
ed a reception and buftet supper
this week at the Blair House in
Bay Harbor Islands.
Those present met leaders of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity, and heard a discussion of
the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal
and other activities ot the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Those attending the kickotl
meetina a", the Blair House in-
cluded Mr. and Mrs, Harry Bar-
nett, Mr. and Mrs, 1 S, Berlin,
Mr. an 1 Mrs, S Bloomtield. Mr.
and Mr*. Louis Bresler, Mi
Mrs H Brooks, Mr. and Mr-
Sidney Blum, Dr and Mr- A
Cl issen, Mrs. Eva Cohen, Mi
Mrs. S. E Mr and Mrs
M Fields Mr David Glatt, Mr.
and Mr- M Gershun. Mr. an I
Mrs D Haber, Mr and Mr-
Louis Hirsch, Mr and Mr- L
Lippman, Mrs. Abbey Lane Mrs
A Lavine. Mr. and Mrs M Nier- "ere,r ""her (left) and Lee Lebow are co
enberg Manufacturing group in the 1962 New Horizon
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paul. Mr Combined Jewish Appeal,
and Mrs Sam Pokrass, Mr. ar.1
Mrs. Ben Kedncr, Dr. Stephen
Reiter, Dr. Stanley Richardson.
Mr. Chester Kay. Mrs. T Rosen-
berg. Mr and Mrs. II. Rothman.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Stahl-
berg. Mr and Mrs. Safran, Mr
and Mrs. M. S. Schilf. Mr. and
Mrs. C. Shane, Jr.. and Mrs. Mil-
ton Shaw. Mr. and Mrs William
Seigel. Mr. and Mrs Kul Smith.
Mrs B. Stein, Mr. and Mrs r,
Straus.. Mr. ami Mrs p. Sugar,
Mr, and Mrs Harry Weinstein,
and Mr and Mrs J. Weiner
-chairmen of
s campaign of
the
the
TSose attending CJA Chairman Cal Kovens' Blair House recep-
tion included (left to right) Mrs. Milton Shaw and Louis Bresler.
A LION'S SHARE
A large portion of Combined
Jewish appeal funds go to a ip
port the United Jewish Appeal
the major American agency rais-
ing funds for immigrants to Is-
rael, and refugees and
Jews overseas. Raising m r than
SI.340,000.000 since it was foun-
ded in January, 1939. the CJA
has brouht help to more
2.700.0OO people
Vice Chairman Ronald Albert, of the CJA Manufacturing group,
coders w.th Marshall S. Harris (right), vice chairman of tho
Trades and Professions Council.


Friday. February 9, 1962
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?RIZONS
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AT COFFEE HfSE
VanfM Workers
To be Honored
ed Jew I wom-
. wi ers mored al
;.. hi the -' hotel at
, Moi ir ling to
,. charli si l, chair-
lues I h be Mrs.
( may, tt t 1 Michael
ij \inha--1 I I Israel to
I'm:- d Natl
5 ic i- one ol iutstand-
_ writers an i i ik< rs Her
tides have appeared in "Holt-
an Othei i American
blical i
\--"( ate chairmen are Mrs.
Cypen, Mr- Dorothy
r Fink, Mrs. Larry Fried-
Mrs .lean Lehman, Mrs.
lymond Rubin, and Mrs. Gerald
Soltz.
Israel's Envoy
Looking cheerful over the prospects of the 1962
Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) Fred
Stein and Van Myers, co-chairmen of the Amuse-
ments and Vending Machines group, and B. B.
Goldstein, chairman of the CJA Services Divis-
Accountants Plan Meeting
To Pledge All Out Assist
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Members of I i mbined Jew-
ish Appeal's A< tants Division
will meet Mom their
supp !: oi the 1962 Xev ;i irizons
i ainpaign
Chairman A. B Wiener said the
meeting will be : I it 6:30 p.m..
Wednesday, In th Hi liday Inn at
2500 Brickell ave with dinner
provided by owners Allen Kesa
ler and Jerry W ei :
Cue-:- oi bom r will be four In-
ternal Revenue agents from the
Miami office B<>b Gross, Mel
Burton, Chick Ban. and Ben Lip-
man They'll hold an income tax
session, and answer questions
from the audience.
A confidential review of the
pre-ent Immigration situation in
Israel will also be presented.
Wiener said.
Co-chairmen of the division are
Mel Burton. Howard Miller and
Stuart Roihi-hild
Jerry Lelchuk (left) and Myron Zeienti are co-chairmen of the
Stockbrokers group in the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal. The
most important meeting of their group will be at 10 a.m., Sun-
day, Feb. 18, in the Federation conference room.
To UN Will
Bring Message
Leaders of the Great
community will make their 4
i v Hoi iz is on S
day w: en hi 5 mi et tfca
Amer..... Hoi I I >r the !_
ship Dinni r il the 1962 C imbined
Jewish Appeal.
Guest of honor al the even: -,- |
be Michael (.'..may. An lass
oi Israel to the United Nations.
Kovens reiterate'! re-
statement that Comay's presi
at the dinner "points up drama;-
Ically the importance attached -..
our Greater Miami CJA by na-
tional leaders."
"And there's no more impor-
tant function in our entire cam-
paign than this linitial Gifts din-
ner.'' Kovens said. "The success
of this dinner will determine the
degree to which the overall cam-
paign is successful."
Chairman for the dinner is Sam
C. Levenson, a member of th executive committee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation ani
one of this area's outstanding
leaders
"The dinner will be a success
because it must be a success.''
Levenson said. "It will prove con-
clusively that our leaders want
a strong Federation and a healthy
community
Dinner committee mem "1
working with Levenson include
Sam Blank, A. J. Harris. Sam '..
Heiman, Ernes: Janis, Howard
Kane. Joseph M Lipton. A J.
Molasky, Leonard Rosen, anj
Carl Weinkle.
Harris. Federation president,
I his call for an outstanding
turnout of community leaders at
the Sunday night event.
"If our community is to grow,
and to remain strong and healthy,
so must Federation be Jtrengl I
ened." Harris said. "The Com-
bined Jewish Appeal is the meanf
through which we can pledge ouc
support to this end.'"
Mercantile Division to Climax '62 Effort
Auto Group
To Map Plans
Leaders of the Combined Jew-
-a Appeal Automotive group will
' Mb. at the Miami Springs Villas
>Xt Wednesday to map advanced
' ">> for their phase >f the cam-
paign.
They include William Lehman.
1 Lehman Motors; Sam Luby.
Jr.. of Luby Chevrolet; Burton
Kjhn and Harvey Salomon, of
Colonial Pontiac; and Merrill
rnedman, of Municipal Auto
'-lies.
A. B. WIENER
Climax of the Met intHi
sion's participation in the 1962
Combined Jewish Appeal will he
reached at the annual
scheduled for noon
day in the Dupont Pla
The announc<
Alfred H. Daniels, pn si lent of
Burdine's and chairm; n for the
event. Mercantile Division chair-
man is Robert Macht. pre-, ent
of Jordan Marsh.
Members of the division will re-
port on their campaign activities
at the luncheon. Daniels said.
Daniels and Macht joined in
praising the "dedicated work" of
Mercantile Division members
during the early par. ol the New
Horizons campaign.
ALFRED DANIELS
"They have really done an our.
-landing job." the two leadens
said. "Participation by the leal
ing Greater Miami merchants hai
bean particularly good, and w
look for maximum attendance at
tUa most important luncheon '
Members of the Mercantile Di-
vision's Campaign Cabinet :n-
clude Leonard Barr. Melville H.
Ellis. Harry L. Katz. Samuel Lip-
ton. Samuel Mufson. and Paul U
Walker
"We are going to meet our
commitment.' the division co-
chairmen declared "This is not.
just a matter of principle. It is
a matter of the welfare of men,
women and children in Greater
Miami, in Europe, and in Israel."


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Friday. February 9. 1362
Browsing "" Igfa* "llARY MINPllN
Mwfr a ftppfe A*a fAe 5ft* Surface of His Theme
llGiUly W IlIJ^J"*- witb The hero mentions, at one pj;:
# _______.. nil nf whom want the cieai. ___ ^^ .ori.thiny that had haaoe..
A (SOD FOR TOMORROW. By M.rtin Dibner. 263 pp.
New York: Doubleday. $3.95.
ajARTIN DIBNER ha. Hied to 30 a great deal in; this
M r,)vd rto, Um search tor a ton of Hitler which takes
the reader back and forth from Spain to bacc-alley BeUn
and in and out of surprising ^Tr >-7 [he 2 I
K.., lance pholographcr-urilcr Fred Coopei isthegood
American hero, honest and Geman-naUllg. With the .
evitabie unhappy lave affair In h 1 past On the t
the rumored existence of the child. Cooper
meets a
strange assortment of Germany all of whom ^
Child tor varying reasons. "J* ^ehrer.wr,h,p.
people want to know what's going 00. and they*taMJMt
KX^X^rc^a^^^a^ce.
or as innocent as one can be after being raped by soldiers
as a child. ij~
It is a fast-moving book in which people are seldom
what thV seem, and what they seem K not always .00
UH listening Post:______By SAUL CARSON
Egypt Condemned for Anti-Jewish Bias
United Nationsj
Does EGYPT discriminate
against Jewish emigration I
and immigration, in violation ol|
the Universal Declaration of Hu
man Rights' Article 13 of the
Declaration, adopted by the Gen-|
eral Assembly, without a dissent-
ing vole, in December 1&48. de- _
Clares "Everyone has the right to leave any coun-
try including his own. and to return to his country.
<\re Egyptian Jews given that right?
The Coordinating Board of Jewish Organization,,
a non-governmental group having Official, consulta-
tive status here before the Economic and Social Coun-
cil insists that Egypt violates that basic human
Foreign Newsletter
TULLIA ZEVI
New Spanish Jewry
Madrid
THE TWO communities ot Span-
ish Jewry are not tederated.
and both seem to be animated by
a spirit of autonomy, each with a
physiognomy of its own. In Bar-
celona, for instance. Sephardim
and Ashkenazim have two differ-
.jent synagogues, both located in the
same building, which was recently purchased by the
community. In Madrid joint services are held:
prayers in the Sephardic tradition and in the Ash-
kenazi tradition, particularly on Yom Kippur. equally
divided.
In Madrid on Friday nights, all of the syna-
gogue's 150 places are occupied, while in Barcelona.
with twice as many Jews. Friday night attendance
barely reaches a minyan. A new synagogue for 350
i- 400 persons is at the top of the aspirations ot
Jadrid Jews, who have to hire a public hall for the
High Holy Holidays. For the new synagogue, they
rreed $100,000. of which they believe half could be
raised among community members. Help from the
Joint Distribution Committee or from fellow Jews in
i.ther lands would therefore be greatly welcomed.
Owing to their smallness and to their relatively
ecent formation, the Jewish communities of Spain
..re still at an early stage of organized community
itfe. but they are progressing fast, with faith and
enthusiasm. There are no rabbis in Spain, only a
Chacham in Barcelona and a Chazan in Madrid. Ne-
gotiations are under way for the arrival from Johan-
nesburg of a Sephardic rabbi. There is no residing
Shochet, but each month one is brought to Madrid
lrom Morocco, and Kosher meat is kept in deep-
lieeze. There is. however, a Shochet for poultry.
Practically all newly born boys are circumcized.
and there does not seem to be much intermarriage.
Mixed marriages, however, often promote the con-
version of one of the partners. As everywhere else,
:t is the member of the minority group who ends by
oining the religion of the majority. However, ac-
cording to a reliable source, there have been two
recent instances of Christians embracing before mar-
riage the Jewish faith.
A Woman's Section cf the Madrid community.
existing side by side with a WIZO chapter, has re-
cently been formed, and the Jewish students of
Madrid have also created their own association, with
social and cultural purposes "Our trouble." a young
Jew from Morocco said, "is that there are m re
Jewish boys than girls here. Could you send us a
lew from Italy, possibl) pretty?"
A Sunday school as well as a welfare office a"9
being'planned. No international Jewish organiz 1-
110ns have so far been operating in Spain, and Sp; 1-
ish Jews do not seem to show any particular eagi r>
ness in affiliating themselves to organizations su h
as the World Jewish Congress, and they would pr. >
ably not be allowed to join B'nai B'rith. Freemaso ry
ir fact is prohibited in Spain, and the B'nai B' :th
would probably be considered as a form of f-ee-
masonry by Spanish authorities.
NEXT WEEK.
Now Jewish N jeleus
Egvpt insists such a charge is "Zjonisl propa-
' [a"_bul admits the basic tacts. The disagree-
ment between the CBJO 1 whose constituent organi-
zations are B'nai B'rith. the Board of Deputies 0
British Jews and the South African Jewish Board10
Deputies, is now part of an official Lmted Nations
report. Thus, whether Egypt does or does not vio-
late human rights is up to the world to judge.
Specifically, the issue is before the Subcommls-
s.on on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection
of Minorities a subsidiary body of the Human Rights
Commission. This subcommission is trying, through
various means, to develop international agreements
that would put teeth into the pious wishes embodied
in the Universal Declaration ot Human Right.-. The
Declaration itself is considered here only as a docu-
ment setting up "standards of achievement
These standards have no force in law. But the
subcommission had ordered one of its members.
Judge Jose D. Ingles, of the Philippines, to itudj
the subject of emigration and immigration among
all member states of the UN. Judge Ingles has now
submitted his report. One of the "working papers
backing up his report is a summary of Information
..n the subject involving the United Arab Republic.
That is where the argument between Egypt and the
Jewish group has arisen.
The Egyptian Government admits in its submis-
sion that "special permission" is needed tor an
Egyptian citizen to leave the countryand that he
cannot take with him more than 20 Egyptian pound.-
'$33.00) in foreign currency. He must also leave be-
hind him all his property, according to the Cairo
Government's admission. As to the right to return
10 the country, that right is officially forfeited it
the traveler "has at any time become known as a
Zionist." (It goes without saying that every Jew is
a Zionist, to the Egyptian Government. 1
Egypt spells out officially, in this UN document,
what it considers to be "Zionism." Declaring 'hat
"Zionism is based on spiritual and material relation
between Zionists and Israel." the Nasser Govern-
ment states officially: "Therefore, Zionism means
treason, materially and spiritually, to the Arab na-
tion."
The Egyptian Government tried to hide the ex-
istence of another law. The CBJO dug up this law
and it is now part ot the UN report. The law is very
clear. It states:
"Israelites who possess ordinary or sDecal resi-
dence, as well as Israelites deprived of Egyptian na
tionality. will be inscribed, in case they depart from
the country indefinitely, in the list of persons to
whom access to national territory is denied Cases
of Israelites who have temporary residence and ask
lor definite departure from the country will be
examined separately in order to envisage the in-
scription of their names in said lists."
Thus, it is noted here, the Egyptians keep a tight
rein on Jewish migrationoutgoing as well as in-
coming. Neither the right to leave nor the right to
return is extended to Jews.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
ar U) begin with. The hero mentions, at one point
^he insane unreality about everything tnat had happened
i, th- past few days." and in many ways lha: Otencter
L the book quite accurately. It s a swash-buckling
mystery story with occasional dips into political and
psychological ponds but the waters cold andI Dinner
' out with hardly a ripple to mar the slick surface.
Whal is especially interesting, however, is the accepi-
ability of the hero's hatred of Germans. It s Presented,
not as an aberration (although it is "explained as -
father's indoctrination., but as the personal outrage of an
mi .lhaeni man: and although Fred Cooper moves a Utl e
in tV>~d'rec'!!on of evaluating Germans singly, the motion
Slight One does no. count Kathe. because she stands
. 1 -. mbol of betrayed innocence, and thus of the be-
trayed iver all 01 Germany; perhaps one doe- count her,
.;., Ln order to note that it is only with her that Cooper
realij make his private peace
Mr Dibner 1- well-known as tne author of Tne Deep
^s ','.. / 1 recent novel. "Sleeping Giant." which is sel
Florida I" "A God for Tomorrow." he ha- gotten off
a fast-paced adventure story with a lot ot action and not
much subfletv. It is highly entertaining: and :o enter d_o
st, hall ol Samuel Johnson's dictum.
...
Between you and Me; BORIS SMOIAR
Testimony Weighed
TESTIMONY WITH regard to dis-
crlmination in employment is
now being evaluated m Washing-
ton in connection with proposed
Federal legislation on equal em-
ployment opportunity. Th. picture
emerging from this testimony
ihov s thai job bias against Jews in |
__th country does not approach, in
I h e discrimination practiced against
However, the testimony establishes that
: ..-en. ns igain.-t Jew- are nonetheless to :>e found
at many levels ol American economic life They are
especial!) high in Chicago, Los Angeles, and Ohio.
Pile Bureau on Jewish Em pi >yment Problems in
Ihicago has submitted shocking lads with regard
to an'i-JeAish discrimination in emplo>men: in that
Oily. In Los Angeles, more than 250 firms have
placed with private employment agencies orders
containing discriminatory .specifications. These firms
ranged from small business enterprises employing
just a few people to large naional corporations. In-
eluded among them were insurance companies.
banks, department stores, oil companies, traiuporta-
tion- lines, real estate agencies, food processors and
manufacturers of many different products.
Some Of the discriminatory requests in the em-
ployment inters asked for "Gentiles only Others
used a code to identity Jews as "53s". In Ohio.
employment discrimination against Jews was found
to be practiced principally in public accounting,
bunks, utilities, and in manufacturing firms in heavy
indus'ry. The pattern of discrimination was similar
in all ot Ohio's major cities; anti-Jewish bias was
nost extensive in top and middle management posi-
tion. There are states and cities where fair employ-
ment practices laws have been enacted locally and
have done a great deal of good. President Kennedy
is now backing the passing by Congress of a Federal
Fair Employment Practices law in order to insure
that each and every citizen in this country shall have
equal opportunity in securing employment.
It can not be expected, even with Kennedy's
backing, that an FEP law should go into general
effect. The history of such legislation has been a
checkered one at best, with honest conservatives
and extreme right-wingers today most likely to at
tack it as Pink at be-t
-
Molo-Tov' is What Turned Out Mah-Lo-Tov
1

NOW IS THE time to retell the story!
about the delegation from Israe
which visited Russia. After a few dayf
they cabled: "Lo Toy" ("No good.")
"Mah Lo Tov?" ("What's m
good?") cabled back 3en-Gunon. "Molo
tov" cabled back the delegation,
The case of MolOtOV appear- full ol|
contradictions. He 1- represented as
being an exponent of the anti co-existence school, yet ni>
Jewish wife, not many years back, is said to hav
sent to Siberia by Stalin. Mrs Molotov also, as we know.
showed some sympathy for Israel when Golda V.eir ar-
rived there as Ambassador from the Jewish State
It may be of course that while Mrs. MolotOV belongs
to the co-existence school, her husband has other principles.
Perhaps his main principle is :o survive. There have
been many purges and a great majority of his colle
have gone down the drain but he's still around There
was the historic fight with Trotsky, in which the latter
used some very derogatory language
Molotov said to Trotsky, "We'll see who lasts longer."
M il (I >\ made up his mind to last.
A writer in an Israeli daily reports a Btorj from Eu-
rope p the effeel that Molotov ha- secreted in seme Swit-
2 rlan i archives his memoirs and documents sh iwing very
a ei- involved in unsavory affairs, The
this is his Insurance for survival His Swiss
agei strutted to release it. 11 anything happens 1
hin lers knov this and don't care 10 have
pub ished,
said to have called Molotov thi be-t fl >8
Russia and ii may be presumed there: ire that he
. I it of juicy material.
il this ol course is but rumor and speculation.
Aho disagreed with the economic ideal
felt there was some justification for the
il a Communist state would succeed in eliminating
anti-Semitism. One great Jewish leader recognized tne
falls Man) years before the Russian Revolution. MM
Nordau warned Jewish Socialist leaders who said that a
itate was unnecessary and that socialism would
be the cure-all, that they were entertaining ar. illusion If
ism came about. Nordau predicted, the Jews would
-ocialisni was not for them.


Friday. February 9. 1962
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Miami Beach Leader to Receive
National Community Service Award Here
Samuel J Halperin, notc.1 in Mi- ami Beach Au itorium on Tuesday,
ii.; Beach business, civic and phi-'i--,.|, _>?.
mthropic affairs, has hcen desis-
ted bj the Jewish Theological Gabnel Heatter. noted news
Seminarv uf America to receive ^ accepted iii chairman
. jf ] nd dinner Sunday night ct the Denu-
:. to right lack S. Pop..- Miami bond le
, i .1 -___. __________:ii^^ I ^. .....
.n cf the ho3t to the nations committee io: the
. e foi Israel B !...:-. 1. Conn, o!
Ministei mogi, oi !l-e C^:-.::,: ol -i:.1 Stal
test ci honor and twin I. C
- vec as chairmen; Mn picK.cc airman cf the
: loci: Krcnish, sp:;i:uai 1< .
". Sho'.om.
he institution's coveted National
Service Award, it was
nnounced tin- week by Dr. Louis
ki rii.ir of the Si nv
in
'; I is a bronze plaque
h year bj th< Senn-
numtx r >'i com-
- whose "distinctive
; d sen ice to the com-
. pei: i the
. i :. mi "i\ ei i i| in,
-.- v el
,i n Six i thers
ir mi
aques w ill,
Semii rj third
icr in Mi-
Record Year
"or Compony
By Special Report
v ufai n rs i.i:' m busi-
illion in :90i v...- an
l!-time high for a yei i ation.
. presenting a gam <>i 5 percent
ver the 196 i figi 'e. Al year-end.
he company's business in I
, | S3.3D; lion, ac
to .;:: announcement this
. h
The companj had an ini n asi
ship of the i on\ ocation dinner.
The dinner will follow a special
afternoon convocalion at Terrp'o
Emanu-EI, where Secretary cf
Cor-iinercs Luther H. Hedges will
be the recipient of the Seminary
medal "in recognition of his ad-
ce ta moral and ethical
principles in hi; public cart
Hodges will be the principal
leer at the ensuing dinner,
held in honor of 1he N.if.onal
,_ iun y Sen : Award rccip-
ients,

New Torch For
Yehudah Moshe
Mn Ji seph Ros<
. : it i i Con
Six ed o reci
.: i nsburg, ol
Vt.; Harry 1 Hotfm;
Hip Leff, oi N< a
rtram I. Loeb. oi i
!: ,ik: Vlaidmi I i Yen i : h ilosh on Sundi at
Xj::( k, N V.; a n d Louis -
I liia, Pa.
p m
I sh ;!i--. inmel -
I ,. .uu| Henry Gill
will accep: the 'i h
acti'vi- ,:' on '"na" ";
congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Is
Michael will present the silver
ami i
hi ach City Council, is a
Itor v i U-known I t i
i e us and w Ifare
.... resi lent ol rem
pie Emanu-EI, a member oi the
i abinel the national planning
committee ol the Seminary, which
hi o servi as Southeastern
chairn ai
ol
\ te Oi New York I'niver-
3"wrcen7In'new or inary'busT <> Halperin first became known
,ess in the United state, with a a< Miami Beach hole operator,
lotal Of S25T.017.7-v... The past year U Prenl, he is one of the owner.
ilso saw a 14 percent increase in '
he company's sales force here. '|V<'
Total payments to policyowners Mr. Halperin is a director oi the LipsclUtz,
A procession in which the Torahs
of the synagogue will be brought
to join the new Tcrah and escort
it te the Holy Ark is scheduled
as part of the ceremony.
Members oi Temple Beth Am's "high command" for the an-
nual Israel Bond dinner dance meet to finalize plans for the
event, which will take place at the Temple on Sunday, Feb.
18. From left are Rabbi Herbert Baumaard; David J. Light,
honorary chairman; Herman W. Feldman. vice chairman; and
Ecbert H. Newman, congregation president. Dinner chairman
is Dr. Irwin Perlmutter. Other members of the committee in-
clude Mrs. Joshua J. Segal, president of the Sisterhood; Philip
1. Fruitstone, president of the Men's Club; cr.d Mrs. Theorcre
Marks and Mrs. Herbert Sobel, arrangements chairmen. Guest
srecker at the dinner dence will be Ycacov Kerzoq. Israel's
z.::.cassador to Canada.
Medical Staff To be Honored
Guesl speakers will include Rab-
the Imperial House on Collins )M X,JN zucfcer, ,,t Congregation
Adath Yeshurun, and Rabhi
of Congregation Beth
and beneficiaries i 1961 also set Mercantile National Bank, a mem- ToVah. A cantata will be Presented
i new record with Manufacturers her of the Miami Beach Lions by Cantors Maurice Neu and Mor-
Life paving out $68 million in death Club, and a past president of both ri- Berger ol Yehudah Mosne,
c'aims "matured endowments, an- the Miami Beach Chamber of Com- Emanuel Mandell. of Dade Hti.nt-
nuitv pavmenls and other policy mcrce and the Miami Beach Board Jewish Center; Ben-Zion rOMCIwn-
benefits of Realtors. baum and Hyman Fine.
ISMCKMSW
-.(:> it and board of trustees
0 edars ol Lebanon Hospital will
1 ,i welcoming reception in hon-
the medical stalf on Feb. 28
i Dupont Plaza hotel
H ispital president. Samuel T.
i i. and his board will meet
i r~ i f thi stafl w ho ha\ e be-
affiliated with Dade's new-
i sectarian hospital since the
doors wen opi n in N( vembcr
Highlight oi the cocktail party
will be ..- introduction oi the
ui sts ..: d mi ssage ol greeting
from board chairman. Stanley C.
ilyers, and hospital administrator.'
Si nford K Bn nstein.
Development fund chairma I
\\ i- Pallot, will report on pro-
trt ss ol pledgi redempti
Where people come first
for security and
I
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and the strength of more than 300 million dollars in assets
at the South's Largest Federal, where people come first.
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>Jewlstncrkiian
Fridoy. February 9, l62
Seated aeft to right) are Julius Rosenstein. and Isaac DoMO. Sg^PjS
Ezra Finegold, Lean ). Ell. president of the INF I. ^m-J^Jc??L^dSi\Z
Council ol Greater Miami; Irving Schatoman. men. Mac Heel* and be...cid SUver.------------
ituden's Ccr.duct Service
Late Fridaj night Oneg Shabbat
tervic al Congri galtion Beth El
will be conduced by the students
o! the religious school. A talk
.;: _;\;:i. a::d kiUiu.-h. a- >>< i!
. ..;: i ther parts ol the service.
. be recited by the students.
Formulate Plans
To Launch City
Sn Neeev Drive
Rabbi Schiti to Lecture
Jews ol
ater ': an i -- e re-
New Semester Registration
Registration for the spring se-
mester of Hebrew and Sunday
school classes it .Miami Hebrew
regation is being ripened this
week. Office hours daily arc- 9
.1 m :o 5 p.m.. and Fridays, 9 a.m.
ti necn.
GORDON
FUNERAL
HOME
FR 3-3431
FRanklin 9-1436
710 S.W. 12th Avenue
Miami, Fla.
HARRY GORDON
PRESIDENT
IKE GORDON
K' ERAL OiRECTOR
acted electrica'l) to the an-.ounce-
ment here lasi wee* :! I l
munit) will s] msor a new cit;
he Negi v.
The proj< ct, re -. eale< I the
Jewish National Fund Council, is
in response to a cail by Israel
Prime Minister Uav.d Eei-Gurion.
who has urged world Jewry to es-
tablish ten new citit in the Ne-
gev. thus assuring th< growth and
progre.-s oi the young country.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. pres-
ident of the Southeast region of the
Jewish National Fund, called Mi-
ami's reaction "cr. historic one."
and announced plans tor an inaug-
ural supper to iaur.cn the project
on Mar. 21 at the Fontainebleau
hotel.
Leon J. Ell. president oi the JNF
Council ot Greater Mian:, report-
ed that arrangements are being
concluded with ;. national I
of prominence :c be guest cf honor
at the afiair.
Sol Goldman and Johan L. Her-
man, vice presidents, promised
that "entertainment worthy of the
occa.-ion will also (. pn ted."
On Tuesday, at 9
omon Schifi. sp.r
C< ngrega i< n Beth
lecture befcr the
ish S udies ti the
ish Education, to
Beth David Cor.
:opic will be "The
[t. ish Home."
p.m.. Rabbi Sol-
itual lender oi
El, will give a
College ot Jew-
Bureau i>f Jew-
be held at the
gregation. His
Sanctity ol the
JNF Establishes
Special Unit
Leon J. Ell. president of the
Jewish National Fund ol Greater
Miami this week announced the
formation of a JNF or-anizatonal
activities committee here.
Ezra Finejold. president of the
Bran;;tis Soni1 Oreantzationi has
bfftWejignatcd wehaiwwir^^Hh
Julius Rosenstein. active Zionist
and community leader, as co-chair-
man.
Appointed to serve with Fine-
and Rosenstein are Johan I..
Berman. Isaac Donen, Abraham
Frai( i n, Sol Go d m n. Abraham
Gn --- it Mas Hecht. Isidore Rif-
jcin. Irving S< i in in, Mi j r
hatz '.". M<' r Sicgel. Bernard
. : Ji shua 7. Stadia i
mif.ee v ill mips mi nl
; e r, .. ..- : esi K l>j Rabbi
\, | Phap ro. ot Beth Da\ id
( ngri .. !ion. at the JNF confer-
ence hi at the F ntainebli au ho
tel last April.
At the confi n nee. ti i le id ol
Fewish and Zionist organizations
hen rlci'-'i: thrii groups to an
evening dedicated to JNF.
Palmer
Memorials
'Miami's Omly
JtteM
tbllWMt
aWMen" ?rl^ALMi.
f usivi Dealer
"ROCK OF AGES"
FAMILY MEMORIALS
To live in
Hearts We
leave Behind .
I to live
ro.-ever.
Gershwin Group
Plans Celebration
A social evening by the George
Gershwin Lodge. Knights ot Py-
thias and the Ladies Auxiliary will
be held at the Masonic Hall. Alton
rd.. en Saturday evening, Feb. 24.
In a recent membership drive
headed by Max Mann. 158 new-
members attained the rank of
knight. The reception will intro-
duce the newly-created knights and
'.heir wives.
Sam Ross is chairman of the
evening. William Reimer is char.-
cellor commander. Mr-. Ida Hur-
witz ;- president of the Auxiliary.
STITSKY UNVEILING
: I
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lh< Ldlc
JaY HOWARD S7ITSXY
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Sundc,, February 11th ot 2 p.m.
. .:. Rarr S M \U, ii
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Mi and Mrs M rti ii a
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Mr- S M Machi i. of M
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and M- Hi.". i-l Dal-
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7i".i*rrti0*td .V. in -t n: C '
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Scheduled Unveiling*
SUNDil 'El. 11, 1962
Mf. Sinoi Cemetery
SAMUH ZACHAHIA, 11 a.m.
RdM : Sieii
MARY GOODMAN, 11 a.m.
R 7 ibaf H Sic .t
A*f. Ntbc Cemetery
BERNARD GREENSPAN, 12:30 p.m
K..: LehrfieU
"M* 7 i Si RepoM
in Eternal Peace!"
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MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3279 S.W. 8th Street
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Adult Choir Rehearses
h ult choir at DaCe ii-1( its Jew-
ish Congregation will rr.ee: for re-
hearsal on WednejUay, at 7:80
p.m.
Saturday Night Dance
Southwest Jewish Center is spon-
soring a dance to be held Saturday
ith:. a nev. t< Ii visit n -it will
be given away.
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Supplier for Synagogues,
Hebrew & Sundoy Schools.
Wholesale I Retail
".Still GinS AND NOVftriES
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+Je*isti /torkiln>r>
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Hebrew Univ. Friends Will Convene Feb. 17
dewish Floodiiua. 38JW?*are Ex?ecH.
To Arrive for Sessions;
Eari of Balfour Scheduled
A Special Jewish Floridian Feature Supplement
1 vanguard of more than
700 r i a rial al con-
:V,- Vn ru in Friends
University of Je-
r the America!
riving
- '
" ting in New York to plan the national
tec .rer.ce in Miami Beach of the American
P rids of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
51 (left to right1 national board chairman,
C el G. Ross, Sidney Ansin. Jack S. Popick
Bernard Katz, all of Miami Beach: and
national treasurer, Joseph Mazer, recipient of
the first Scopus Award. Popick is the recent-
y-named president of the South Florida Divis-
ion of the American Friends and a founder of
the new campus of Hebrew University.
Dr. George Wise to Share Speaking
Honors at Scopus A ward Function
Dr George S Wise, chairman
rof rhc board of governors of the
-Ho'rvw tnivcr- .. o( Jerusalem,
is proud of the progress made
t>v the university during the past
d < ide He will share speaking
honors with the Earl of Balfour
a' the Feb. 18 Scopus Award din-
n
'>r. Wise has been a pace-
.Mniker, contributing both energy
.-.ail fur.tls toward the reconstruc-
ts: '-n of the un:ver-::y. He and
M Wise are th inors of the
3. 'im a.nl Ki Wise Audi-
t,.. mi mi ih" il cam-
pi ol the ui ivi rs .. at Gival
I t'rusali
has suet --' ; combined
larship with in oui standing
Ica ei in In lustr; For many
! -. Dr. Wisi on Latin
A 'rican soci il .. Columbia
I versity ai d -r i extensively
i subjects in this field, including
i idillo, A i' i : i Antcnio
Gi iman Blanc i 11 'k publish-
' 1951 as a stu -it the rep-
- ntative type of Latin Amor-
- ivernnu nt. nd "El Mex
; i d< Aleman." oublished in
i i v.:
His work in La"::i America has
gamed him wide recognition. In
1946. the Mexican Government
awarded him the decoration of
tiu- "Aguila Aztecs." the highest
ation given to a non-Mex-
ican, for his contribution to Mex
anti-illiteracy program, dur-
ing the years 194446
L ing interested in Zionist and
civic causes, Dr. Wise pioneered
in voluntary activity ior Zionist
yo h movements and in behalf
of philanthropic and cultural or-
aliens devoted to Israel.
In 1951, Dr Wise became pres-
ident of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University, and dur
. tour years in this office, con-
ducted an intensive fund-raising
0*. GtORGi V/ISt
. pacemaker
On Harnessing the Sun:
Meeting a Power Shortage
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itIOCe tOUIS t. UVIN7HAL
. conference chairmen
and cultural campaign fir the
Hebrew University throughout
the United States.
He is an officer a-d member
of the boards ot major Jewish
organizations and takes an active
part in movements to disseminate
Hebrew culture or. the N >rth
American continent.
For many year-. Dr. Wise ser-
ved as a director ot" the American
Federation of International Insti-
tutes and as chairman jf the
hoard ot governors of the
Telegraphic Agency
Head of George W se aid
company and a fi it : tier
prises, Dr Wis plays a prin ri
pal re e in the dir<
tivit) of a numbi.........
paper exp rt co : -
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e: ce be
s il e ~.) ot the t*40
.%.; chairman
,. .! | ; 5 E Levir.thal, ci"
Phila ; i chairmen in-
ch i, J ick S P (pick, of Miami
Beach, pres lent of the South
[ rida Division of the American
Friends; David Borowitz. of Chi-
cag >: V u tor carter, o. Los Ange
I Joseph Mazer, of New York
and Philip Lown, ot Boston.
Rothberg will arrive in Miami
Beach on Sunday, a- will .' id re
Levinthai. Other act.vit'es sched-
uled by the American Friends in-
cluae a d.nner ui Palm Beach a.
the Palm Beach Towers <-n Feb.
22. a: which the Far! ct Balfour
will speak, and a reception in
honor of Lord Balfour on Feb. 19
ai Hollywood
Judge Levinthai said fiat 'th?
conference will, of course, pro"
"ot informative. But. ia a larger
ser.se. its purpose is to reded:
PHILIP W. tOWM
. national vice president
ca'e the American Friends to the
support of Israel's magnificent
center of higher education a
center dedicated to study, re-
search, aid the general develop-
ment of humankind. There can
be no nobler ideal for us as sup-
porters of Hebrew University I>
embrace today."
One )f the great obstacles in
the rapid development of the
State of Israel has been the
country's itaortage f sources of
natural power. There is. how-
ever, me source of energy, the
supply of which is a- uood as
unlimited, the rays oi the sun
which shine on Israel every day
for al losl ight months of the
year
To harness the sun's rays to
Israel's chariot is one of the
main projects of the South Flor-
ida Solar Energy Research
Center an the Hebrew Univer-
sity's new central campus at
Givat Ram.
Solar energy research had
been carried out in the Hebrew
University's Department ol Me
teoralogy and Climatology as
well as in the National Physical
Laboratory for a number of
years, but the gre i" one could
almost say historic, break-
through occurred v hen Dr.
Harry Zvi Tabor, the London-
born director of the laboratory,
discovered a new principle by
which so-called "selective sur-
faces" could be produced on
various metals. The selective
surfaces will absorb nearly all
the radiation heat of the sun.
but at the same time give out.
cr lose, very little of this preci-
Continued on Page ISA
In Hebrew University laboratories and classrooms, the
door of opportunity opens for thousands of young men
-,j ,,,-."j...__iv.a IsniMors nf Tamel's sniritunl and
and women the builders of Israel's spiritual and
material progress.



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Page 14-A

Samuel Rot'nberg tc Get
'62 Scopus Award Feb. 18;
Citation is AFHU Top Honor
s/4 jDream
\. the firsl step tov jrd the
ealization ol that drei n
Hebrew Universitj sciei
painstakingly measuring
amount oi solar ener >
surface oi the earth a id i
the variations in i
and light intensit> bn i
JX different atmospheric coi
lions in both mountainous and
desert regions.
Specific application oi trie
laboratory's findings has taken
place in fields as widely sep-
arated as agriculture and the
adaptation of buildings to sub-
tropical climatic conditions.
As an example. Prof. Ashbel
pointed out that the sites chosen
for the planting of various vege-
tables and fruit trees in Israel
are closely related to the differ-
ences in solar radiation. The
fact that 90 percent of the cul
tivable soil is in hilly ai as
makes it possible to change the
whole picture of focd supply -
to extend the period of supply
of vegetables and fruits so that
they may be available durum
those months when such pro
duce is normally not in the
market.
a
DS. ISRAU S. WECHSUR
. eminent neurologist
DAVID BORCWITZ
. campus founder
S, ..:,! -RotWJWg
: receive tb
Award of the Am tr :ar. Fru
Hebi I '
.. .. y
Scopus .A
es
Vmerii
> '.
! is a
new campus of the H
vi rsity of Jerusali
chief donors of the 1
Kaplan School ol F.c in
- cial Sciences al
The mam lecture hall in
building bears Ins name H
in addition, a member ol the
national board of direct
American Friends of the Hebrew
University.
A noted Midwest bus ness sec
utive and nationally prominent
communal leader. Rothberg is
national campaign chairman for
the State of Israel Bond Organ
ization. As one of the founders
oi the Israel Bond Organization,
he has played a paramount role
in developing the concept of aid
to Israel through investment in
bonds. Rothberg is also president
of the Israel Investors Corp., and
has conferred frequently with
leaders of 'he Israel Government
on problems of economic devel-
opment of the young nation.
Formerly national chairman for
Initial Gifts ot the United Jew-
ish Appeal, he is now a member
of the UJA's national van
cabinet. He also served as pres-
ident of the Peoria Jewish Com-
munity Cou:u:l. ar.d is one of the
key figures in the Jewish life of
lu home state ot Illinois
PROBING THE SUN
At the Solar Ra liati i
oratory in Jerusah
bel has amassed ai I ret i
data concerning the heal
light of the sun one it '
most complete record-
kind currently ..'...liable The
implications of his findings are
of vital concern to Israel,
- pursuing a lar pro-
gram of development in agricul-
ture, industry and hous

. i tv ._!.,.,. C-itm Trrrrvh P.VIl
Ri:kin is vice presiaem oi in* ww ----------
Nephew of Balfour Declaration
Author to Open Anniversary Event
The Earl of Balfour is coming
to the United States from Soot
land for the special purpose ot
opening the 1362 development
program of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University at a
national conference to be held a:
tne Americana hotel from Satur-
daj evening, Feb. 17. to Monday.
Feb. 19.
His address in Miami Beach
will be followed by a series ot
public appearances throughout
the country under the auspices
Of the American Friends ot the
Hebrew I -iver-ity.
It was the tirst Karl of Bal
four, the authi i of the Baltour
Declaration, who proclaimed the
i| the Hebrew Universitj
ol Jerusa Vlt Scopus on
April 1, 1925. "It is thei
ily appropriate that the pi
eir. Lord Balfour should pat tn
pate in launching the 1962 i "
pa:an to complete Ihe "
tral campus of the 1
versity at Gival Rai i lerusa
lem Judge Louis Levintl a
conference chairman
Lor ; Balfoui appi v
also open the celebrat
45th anniversary cl the issuanc
cARl Of B/UFOUR
. "hirjh.'y appropr'ote"
Ba loui Decla lion of
which p' '.- : '
snment of the J ">
a -
ert Arthur Lyi alfour
- born in 1902. t est soi
ie second Eai
four, and nephew of the first Ea-i
oi Balfour. he suiceeded h.s
father m 194o. and is the third
Karl of Balfour.
Educated at Eton and at Trin
ity College. Cambridge, Lord Bal
four served in the Royal Navy
during World War II.
One of the leading industr i
ists of Scotland he is chair
and maraging director of Brui
tons wire mills (Musselburgtt
Ltd i. He serve I as n zi m i
controller ol the Ministry of
and rower from 1942 to 1948 -
ch lirman eottiah Dh isi
, the Nat onal lal Board I
1946 : i 195! and has
as part-time I rector oi '
: since 1952 He has
serv< I as directoi scottis
Gas
ireei
- his chair
ship of I S ttish S| < : il
mg Ass from 1 138 I 1944
his i
". 'Scott:*
1952 1951 H is aU
served is na! lal \o\ "i "
British !
for S
IN A VARIETY OF ILLUSTRIOUS FIELDS OF HUMAN ENDEAVOR
Confab Co Chairmen Among Nation's Leaders
VICTOR M. CARTER
... Founders Society
Among the upward of
delegates to the A m e r i c a a
Friends of the Hebrew Univer-
sity national conference here
will be some of the nation's top
leaders in Jewish community
affairs.
Judge Louis E. Levinthal,
of Philadelphia, one of Amer-
ican Jewry's foremost leaders
i- general chairman of the na-
tional conference of the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew
University of J e r u sale m. of
which he is B national board
and executive committee ::.
ber.
He served a- Judge of the
Court of Common Pleas of Phil-
adelphia from 1937 until 1959.
and now is counsel to the Phil-
a lelphia law firm of Dilworth,
Paxson, Ka'.ish Kohn and I)
He is a member of the b
overnors of the Hebrew Uni-
versity and ot the presidiun
the actions committee of the
World Zionist Organization.
Judge Levinthal, who will ar-
rive in Miami Beach on Sunday
to complete conference arrange-
ments, was national president
of the Zionist Organization
America in 1941, 1942 and 194
and for live years w as pi -
ident of the Jewish Pub ati
Society of America
He was special advisor or.
Jewish affairs to the Unit)
States European Military i it
mand during 1947 and 1948
when the historic transport
ol hundreds cf thousands o:
Jews from the Displaced
I 'amps of Europe to Pa
tine was at its peak.
Joseph Mazer, New York
Industrialist and c o m m u i
ler, and first recipi nl
the Scopus Award. :s serving ,i~
conference co-chairman. II-
participate in the Feb. 18
ner at the Americana hotel
marking the presentation of the
1962 Scopus Award to Samuel
berg, ol Peoria, 111.
Mazer is deputy chairman of
the board of governors if tne
Hebrew ratty of Jei
I national treasurer of
the American Friends of the
Hebrew Universit)
with other members of his
ily. he is the donor of the Abra-
i
i -
11
stitute Jewish Studies
cersitj
in n ry of his fath -i
'. I luate Of New \ "'. '"
\.-. si 5 and a Worl I tt'ai i \ at-
it.;:: Mazer is treas irer I
Pulp and Papti '.
I : tun led the Vn :
Is I aper Coin) ai s in -
': ad hel I
Ihe Unit* ,\p-
" '
David Borowiti in-
- '..I i It., ling "
rop:st. is pr< lei.....
. r of the in
Is ol the Hebrew I i i
- and w ill als sei \ e as a
ch tin
rowitz is a founder of the
campus of the university
on it Ram in Jerusalem,
- i member of the uni
sity's i itional board. In I960
he was jiven the Humanitarian
B'nai B'rith V
the United Sta i s an
pr< \ il] ojj
Sarnoff and Bernard
v native of Louisville, Ky.. he
.,-.: a law degn
uversily when
,. onlj 19 In 1929, he toun-
led the Bradley Manufa< b
Company, em- ol the nati -
largest lamp factories, of wl
hi is president
Borowitz has served a- .
era! chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal for two yea -
and as Chicago CJ \ president
ao more years In that
period undi r h lea lei -
I \ raised B25 million Fur
lj president of the I
chapter of Brandeis Univer
he is a fellow of the univei -
and regional vice chairman
the midwest
He i- a past president of the
Chicago chapter of the Tech-
nion Society and a member of
the board of governors of I
nion in Hiafa. a member ol
board of trustees of the Chica-
go Medical School and a trus-
tee of the Chicago Medical
School Research Inundation, on
the board of overseers of the
Jewish Theological Seminar)
member of the board of the
Continued on Pag* 15-A
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Fi.dcy. February 9. 1962
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Paqe 15-A
Hebrew U. Hadassah Med School
A Beacon for Middle East Healing
--..'
:ow University-Hadns-
Med I al School is Israel;
medical school and. a<- such,
charged with the training of
i oui s physu lans at d med-
n arch workers and with
. ital lishment of high .-tand-
dii al care.
._ aphy and hist ry
combined to shape the special
cter of the medical school
ated at the crossroads of
three continents, its contribu-
- today exentd far beyond the
I) rs oi Israel, since it is cen-
Involved in Israel's pro-
pram ol assistance to nations of
CS ar.d Asia.
\ growing number of -'
the university from countries
...' as Ethiopia. Ghana. Nigeria,
rma, the Philippines, and Thai-
. d are specializing in the sci-
ences which will bring better
health and accelerated proeress
;, (heir respective lands. Even
( r powers, such as India and
are represented in the
l nl bod).
e lici I ~chool has 1
a -pedal undergraduate program
..-,(! to meet the spi citic
-,-: n edical studi i ts
. .-. .:. countries Th
asis is on training
. be t to es-
:.-".. schools
kintriei

students, ua
-
cal >cl I is
.. M creation ol tl spe-
. : i c ates thi
tri rdir.arj "
n dii al educai i
. ..
. |
is g.ving rect as -.-...:> to new
' r ;;.:\... .
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Dr a Bt31et Profi c
N : i Ethiopia al
the im. .. ts goverr.i
.: y I
health conditi at (i to -
lions the i
edical care. As a re
: this six Ft hi
students wen sent to the medical
school.
Dr. I. ( Michaelson. Pr -
sor oi i >: thi Imology, visited i
berla at th( requi ; ol thai >
.: :; vs i resulted i i
interchangi ; personnel and the
estabhshme rt o! the first ey<
hospital in Monrovia. headi
Dr. E Neuman, a member oi tl
medical school's Department Opthalmology. Two Liberia n
nurses recently completed ;. spe-
cial six-month course at the De-
partment (f Opthalmology i
rus lem, and have already re-
turned to Monrovia when :
an ..- eye hos] .
: a :\.\ ies. i
i ativi '"
was | anted i V
ave of i e in oi
na'.or of
Ministry

The
... I
'.'
-;..-
- .- As ..:. -
anon I
g Kens. Ce;
: | T .'.; '< 8
[ Israeli di
to S pore 1
ram.
Thn d ': rs fr I lailand
| i :. av ..: it::. fl llowships
!or post .....' ni al the
cal school
pt! ["he fellow-
- w<. pn :' I .- Profs
nili itz .. Prj w during
\ isit .j Thailand.
Two studi its from the Re-
i i Mali ( now receiving
training ii eth I i mbating
. ar.d of eradicating dis-
I. -< -bear'.n. ir.M < ts
Graduates of th e Hebrew
'. n versity-H adassah Medical
! r; e volunteered for serv-
ici ii African countries, especial-
:; in the Congo.
I re is an increasing recog-
nition of tie medical school's sig-
nificance on the part of the Uni-
ted Stales. A clear indication of
this may be obtained from the
considerable number of research
grants and fellowships awarded
:o the medical school by the U.S.
National Institutes oi Health.
i med cal school began to
nctior as a U a thing institution
; 149 Th< first ctors ever
trained i Isra( I eived th< ir
jkj d es 1952 Bj
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Students iiom Southern Rhodesia and Kenya, who are in the
special medical course for English-speaking Africans and
Asians at Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School, chat
with Proi. Jcck Gross, of experimental medicine and cancer
resec:ch.
On Harnessing the Sun

in

es< added to
the Fi :
rist to t...... >

Among Nation's Top Leaders
i
Continued from Pge 14-A
Jewish Welfare Puna, and a
member of the American Israel
Chamber of Commerce.
Victor M. Carter, president
if the Southern California chap-
'.r of the American Fnends of
lh< Hebrew University, a mem-
ber of its national board of di-
rectors, and a member of the
ard ol governors of the un.-
sity in Jerusalem, a l<
resident (f Los Angeles.
-. of the South's lea
stria! ts and cum n*lj
: Republ
r -.i n
. the Hebrew Uni-
and ol
!
. : lii
lers l
ntribul
gi p rganized
- all;

ew Univei
the estal
n .'
ich hi is ass
ii
Dr. Isree! 5. Weehsler,
' i t Ameri< an neuroloj isl is
the I
brew Uni-

ary pres ,.-. -
I ; thi Hebrew
-
In 1955. he was awarded the
. ir ol
i Hebrew Uni-
: was
I
founded in 1921 as thi
runner of the American Fi
oi tht Hebrew University.
He is the author of a "Text-
book of Clinical Neurology." the
eighth edition ol which was r-
cently published. The N< u-
roses," and "The Neurologists
Point of View."
Dr. Philip W. Lown, of BCS
ton. co-ehairman of the ra;.. 8
conference, is a national \
pres dent ol the A m eri -
Friends 11 th Hebrew l'ni>
sity of Jei He is a gri
uate chin .... engim
pen chemii a
.':
business
-
v incil. pres
. .... .
. : t cf :

E'r.ai :

Dan tl C- Rom
I '
; .:;. ::11-r
dent of the or^ar.iza'.ic-i. He is
a member of the law firm of
Becker. Ross and Stone, ol New
York City.
A graduate ol Yah College
and the Columbia University
law School. Ross has been ac-
ve in the work of the Amer-
ican Friends s'-nce 1919. and
*as played a paramount rele in
the American phasi ol the ef-
fort to rebuild the Hebrew Uni-
. rsitj of J rusi :n.
Ross is i putj chairman of
I rd of govi I the
r.iversitj and I
El; has

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feminary ai
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Co-irir.jed from Page 13-A
. p. [, in r ,,,.- -.. n-
, ., to solar i
the des i
.. faces
all
i-ion. a
wil i it I hav-
ndesirafcli a
re.-.
i
i mi
fa '

. trap u within.
. ..-..;. efficient, as so
much < energy is lost that
.- cai not bi used except for bo-
tanical r^'P'e' According to
Dr. Ta'r.oFs method, on the
>ther band, up to 50 percent of
the incoming energy is conver-
ted into u>abie power a rate
if efficiency which up to then
had been regarded as almost
impossible to achieve.
DR. HARM TABOR
. historic breakthrough
Aisc Refrigeration
The new type of solar healer
ci nstructei bj Dr. Tabar was
deni' nstrati d by
: thi I
nal S : Em rgj Sympi -
enis Ariz. Since
pment of the prac-
of l
I -.,- The ai
tUS Cl !''
-
-
St -:.
-
"<
-
at:
: rr.oc* i
rael. The first "solar refriger-
ator." constructed pn this prin-
ciple, is already in operation at
th< recently opene-d Desert Re
search Laboratory in Beershe
. ha. the capital of the N-gev.
the inventor "here Hebrew University sc.en-
at the int.: conducting importan
studies on th reclamation ol
I r c. hmdl The sun that heats
since time lm-
. but the sun that cools
novelty in Israel.
pior.ei nng research
h energy has
pi cHcal re-
tcrment of hu-
r treater de-
be exi ected in

- a horil
i-ed by 1
n| the De-
. and
e H ire Uni-
A RiSING CENTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN JEWISH STATE
loramic view
oi the cer.::cl :crr.pus the Heb:ev; .:..versity at G^vctjanv


?=ge 16-A
*J*ni$tFkridiiar
Friday. February 9, 1962
Not Perfidy:
Tragedy
By MAX LERNER
^riclchnston to Address Conference
Continued ''cm Page !*
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ior :- "
t he
'. er
Tl-s p's-i ealli ff usirvj the
Sea c' Galilee 3S a rasc-rvoir for
developing hy.Hro-electri; pswer
and ta provide wale' tor irr -*
ting undeveloped land c-n be-
sides o* 'lie Jordan River to te
filed b, bs:h the Arabs and
Israelis.
:
-
I : -
strator of tin
A i 5
also i
Econ
inder P siden'
lays m< vie s p:s and novels H
exterminati d of Hungary s
thestor tragedj but t conspiracj a
..... he belittles th, whole
,, mensiovofaplotofl I n li
founded the state and today rule r
lews in Hungary at th b< st of the
I trust I came to Hechts book with an open n
.perfids -ubled about him I had
..... ':.:,:" '
- a storv oi overwhelms ..: tragic impact. He<
cafstick which to beat the BenGui
THE BOOK TURNS :. SM '''' Grei
bis ac< isatii againsi R I Kaitei '
badbecom u Israeli ffi<......- a Sv 11 s
r devil who took a beating in the judgmem
was murdered before the appeal result came own. [he h n
Greenwald and his militant lawyer. Shmuel Tamir. But this stor> is set
within the irame of a tar grander and more terribli one>hat c. the zatio
mpted Kg and the death of 900.000 Hungarian Jews, m which Ir the Inter
fbe?SalSes were Joel Brand and Eichmann. and. beyond both Amer.cai vetogment
SthJm the leaders of the Jewish Agency and the heads the earring Commitlu under Preside* R se
states during World War II. %elt-
Eichmann. seeing the war doomed for the Nazis and wishing per- Al,,> ,. |, > \m
baps to clear himself from his bloody role in the destruction of Europe's Unlinw.ed" i ... *" n 111 in
Jews called in Joel Brand twice, in April and May. 194-;. and made him as well ai nanj articles, Johns!
an offer: to sell him a million Jews, "blood for money, monej I r blood has bi awarded many honorary
Later it became a deal for the Jews against 10,000 trucks, the latter to degrees b;. leading colleges and
oe provided by the Allied government; (how else could they be? but miversit.es. and I ts ti i decor-
delivered by Jewish leaders, a thousand at a time. ,.-, | bj 15 countries for distin-
The agony of !h( Sti ry lies with Branch with Kast-er. wit.n the Jew- j.:.;,,,. m.-v.u Ke h 1 Is .
ish leaders. Joel Brand, who had learned a kind of cunninf o1 intrigue Medal I Mel I for service to
and maneuver during the war as a Hungarian Jew whi smuggled other nal ii VVorli War II.
Hungarian Jews to safety, also had a large naiveU aboul ii -- He
had a mission too staggering in importance for any oni an. Hi tried
valiantly to fulfill it Perhaps hi should have known tha; the .
trnmentsboth the British and Americanwould not all l
their line? trucks destined to be u?ed by the Naz:> on tlH Russian Iron:.
He was unwary enough to get into British territory, and the British
who didn't want a million Hungarian Jews to descend upon Palestine
arrested him and he got no farther.
Mosbe Sharett. for the Jewish Agency, also had a heartl reakini
He believed Brand's story, felt he had to report it tc the British, tried to
gel them to help, but was himself helple.-s.
Kasiner's role was in some ways the most tragic. Alter Brand>
failure, he became :he negotiator with the Eichmann gi asked
him to pick :.6T3 Jews out of the 900.000 remaining: they were to t>p
:.-_
Rcbbi Kronish
To be Chairman
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholi m. .-.; been named chair-
n an the Rabbinical Council for
the Combined Campaign for Amen-
Rel rm Judaism, it was an-
iui 11 d "his week.
Sam C. Levenson, general chair-
man of the Greater Miami commit-
saved, shipped out of Hungary as a token of Eichmann- gecu faith. We tee. sai that Kabbi Kronish will
see now. pirhap.-. that he should never have undertaken it: how can any "lead a group of his colleague; in
man presume to decide who shall live, who die. of his fellowmen? I
think he died in the agony of tha: moment when he made the monstrous
choice. Tht assassin's bullet later, in Israel, simply sealed it.
-
NO ONE COMES OFF particularly well in this Story, except per-
haps Brandand he grew more bitter with each y< 11 am turni d :'h in-
tensitj against the Jewish Agency leaders at the trial. Behind them all
were the Nazis who carried out the mass murders and played Devil-God
with these men in a proposed trade unparalleled >n histor} Let us sit
on th? ground and weep at the storybut let us not dwarf .: by :alk of a
plot.
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Some of our custi mei
usirj this world-renowned water from H I Sf
Arkansas for generations! Thc-c pci r -
e>rer.ence thai the recommended dail] .'.
Mountain Valley helps to:
STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION
SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION
NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY
DISCHARGE WASTES
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B of honor at a reception in the home of Dr. and Mrs.
w Stanley Wtinkle. 8 W. Rivo Alto dr.. will be Dr. and Mrs. Isratl
'echsler He's the internationally acclaimd neurologist,
mder and honorary president e! the American Friends o!
, University of Jerusalem .
ate group f<"" cocktails and dinner with hosts Mr. t.-.d
Casjel last Saturday Sh< of course, .- the world-
poser and concert pianisl Zucca. just returned
.,' ,-,r in Europe Beam I i ed tab!. *th
. ::. d bj gold G-clefs I gl ght : ev< I
Mana-Zucca
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t the Mi rton Tower- has hi a appj ending [or M
... Decorated b> Margarei D Hass cl Plum rs. the
. ., ;. featured in an upcoming issue ol Florida Archr.ec-
A conglomerate of mixec. periods, contrasting and
. d woods, vivid yellows and whJU against low-key colors.
crystal bowls and lamps added up to an unusually
and liveable home Caus< for even greater pleasure
; lo Gotham Town in ;. few weeks Brother. Harold
. scripter, i> to receive a citation for his "Thief oi
expose ot fraudulent cbaritj organizations, seer, re
. '. Armstrong Circle Theatre Presentation will be mack
I Bensoi Ford, of the Ford Foundation for the United Fund .
.-,- ol Harold's documentaries, presented enginally on horn*
Days cf Confusion." concerned with college admission.
week a- the theme of a workshop for Miami Beach High
. ai Iheii parents.
*+ **
. ,-erj enthusiastic member ol th travel agents gathered
. week lor the Winter Show Case of Miami Beach spon-
ntlj by Morris Lansburgh and Eastern Airlines is Mrs.
1- .: Muriel) Karlan. of New Roche!!. NY. With the ex-
. i -lightly gray day. brilliant sunshine lit up our natural
and all the planned activities were a huge success .
nf was a dinner followed by the French revue given at
. I eauville hotel for 1.600 And tbe "small, intimate'' ccck
. part) the next dav at the Pine Tret dr.. home of the Lans-
. : r the same 1.600 guests Bonus for Muriel was the
a! time spent with daughter Sandy, here for the winter
mil winter vacation from Nautilus Junior High coincided
:h hei stay.
ant **
Wedding bells in the future of Barbara Ann Wahl. of Bound-
N J now a senior at the University cf Miami, and Herbert
icb. of Miami Beach, a former Marine .
Flying down to the Grand Bahamas for a week, the devoted
bers of a long-enduring "Tuesday Club" ... And not a hus-
band in sight Bess (Mrs. Albert) Chisling. Mildred (Mrs. Nat)
Harriet (Mrs. Otto) Fenias. Stella (Mrs. Sidney) Teller, and
rielei Mrs Danny) Sepler Unavoidably detained at the la--t
'-. Lillian (Mrs. Raymond) Feiner .
Happj foursome on the "Franca C" with Caracas the prim*
r.ation, Rot and Gerry Soltz and Miriam and Phil Schill .
themselves "perfect traveling companions" .
: a burst of sentimentality. Larrie and Arlene Blasberg
i : new 22 ft. Century Sea Skill Mike n' Ira aftei
. si all sons They've now resigned themselv. t<
i u as Mike 'n' Ike" Crowning disillusicnn
i.-i it that way. too.
-
atives from up and dowr. the east coast converge.
[or the recent Bar Mitzvah and reception of Bvron
Weintraub in the Bna. Zion Synagogue there, with Rabbi
Si [fra officiating Byron- parents, Mr and Mrs. Isa-
lire Wi traub and his grandparents. Mrs. Berman Weintraub
late Mr Weintraub. all pioneer Key Westers and founders
agogue which his father serves as vice president
- included the Ben Bauers. of Stamford. Conn ; Mrs. Esther
: stem; the Mitchell Appelrouths. of Richmond. \a.: Dr.
Jack Snider, of Jax; Mrs. Faye Anschull and Mrs. Eliz-
Brownstein, of Tampa: Herman Forman and Ceil Welfl-
Miami Beach; and Mrs. Jennie Appelrouth Officials en-
ceremony included Mayor and Mrs. C. B. Harvey.
Commissioner and Mrs. William Ousterhoudt. and Mr. and
J Y. Porter IV
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Two weekend celebrations for the golden wedding anniversary
' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ash, of Bayside. L.I., and 1228 West ave.
AIUm ugh daughter Jean and son Howard were not able to be with
I ir parents for the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Fisher, residents
1 r for 30 years, and niece and nephew of the couple, happy sub-
lutes for the dinner at Maurice's Steak House Saturday night
open house the following Sunday .
A half century of "togetherness" for the Frank Pensos. of 1226
I n celebrating with a dinner at the Seville hotel Both
in Turkev. they have been residents here for 21 years .
Ihej have three daughters. Helen Penso. Mrs. Sam Jackowitz.
i-' Mrs. Emanuel Ginsburg, and four grandchildren .
And 50 plus 5 for the Louis Shafkins who came here 35 years
!rom Columbia S.C. Thev were honored at a party given
' and Mrs. Harry Webb on "Sunday at the Shore Club hotel.
Tuesday another anniversary celebration was given by the
Shore Citizens Club of which Shafkin is president, at Wash-
oral ... The Shafkin.- "414 Pine Tree dr
.: bei of the Miami Beach Planning Board and activ.
n< B'nai B'rith. Elks Cl I Zionists, Miami 1
merce and Better I i x'"'' '
as I s] with her
. d membership
Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. February 9, 1962
Section =
Women Plan
Temple Bazaar
Tempi. Nor Tamid Sisterhood is
planning a bazaar beginning 10
a.m.. Thursday. Feb. 15. in Sklar
Auditorium.
Feature- in "ye old country
v,(,r< II include hidden treas-
uri I!) Items, brick-a-brack,
c.i.r.i i. g lods furnitun ni <* cloth-
ing ,,: ime 1 aked cakes.
n a ii el dinner will be
-(rve cording to Mrs Murray
A Shaw, Sisterhood president. Co-
chairmen of the project are Mrs.
Michael Mazier, Mrs. Louis Hirsh,
aid Mrs George Maizel.
Proceeds are for Sisterhood's
projects in the Temple and reli-
gious school.
Mrs. Jack Popick (left) and Mrs. Louis Glasser (right) meet
with Mrs. J3nnie Grcssinger at a luncheon and reception lest
wee".-: hested by Mrs. Grossinger at her Miami Beach home in
honor of Mrs. Louis S. Gimbel, jr.. national president of the
Women's Division, American Friends of Hebrew University.
Reform Sisterhood National Director
To Address Joint Florida Meeting Here
Miss Eleanor R. Schwartz, as-
sociate director of the National
Ft deration of Temple Sisterhoods,
will address a Feb. 14 meeting ot
the Sisterhoods of Reform and Lib-
eral Temples of Florida at the Ca-
r lien hotel.
A welcoming coffee at 10 a.m..
Wednesday, will be followed by a
luncheon, when Miss Schwartz is
scheduled to discuss "Realities of
Leadership." Program will also
MISS OIAfllM SCHWARTZ
include the honoring of Mrs. Alfred
Reich, of Temple Judea, on her
election to the board of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods.
On Thursday morning. Miss
Schwartz will conduct a workshop
at Temple Judea. according to Mrs.
A. David Goldberg, president of
the Temple Judea Sisterhood, who
invited Miss Schwartz to visit Mi-
ami.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet. spiritual
leader of Temple Judea. has de-
signed Feb. 16 as Sisterhood Sab-
Lath at the Temple, and Miss
Schwartz will speak from the pul-
pit.
Coordinators of the luncheon are
Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Southeastern
vice president of N'FTS. and Mrs.
Ben Kazan, program chairman, oi
Temple Judea.
A native of Chicago. Ill Miss
Schwartz has been associated with
the American Reform movement
for many years. Prior to her ap-
pointment to the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods, she
served as associate director of the
National Federation of Temple
Youth, the youth affiliate of the
Union of American Hebrew Cong-
regations.
A graduate ol the University of
Chicago, she majored in political
science and psychology. During
World War 11. Miss Schwartz
worked for the United States Gov-
ernment as a personal consultant.
Brandeis Women
Slate Simonhoff
H a r r y Smionholl. author,
columnist and attorney, will dis-
cuss Jewish Participants in the
Civil War at the annual bonus
book review and tea of Brandeis
University National Women's Com-
mittee. Miami Beach chapter.
Mrs. Stanley Frehling. 3795 Pine-
tree dr., will be hostess at her
home for the occasion scheduled
lor Friday, Feb. 16, at 1:30 p.m.
Members who have contributed
a minimum of one book to the li-
brary since February 25, 1961. or
will do so on or before February
36, 1962. are invited to attend. Res-
ervations and contributions may
be sent to Mrs. Albert O. Levin.
930 Bay dr., newly elected vice
president of the book fund, or to
the following area chairmen:
Mesdames Harry Faber. 800
Lenox ave.; Donald Rubin, 1755
Calais dr.; Ralph Spero. 4335 Royal
Palm ave.; and Solomon Toonket.
1020 NE 172nd ter.. No. Miami
Beach.
Brandeis University Library is
supported and maintained through
membership, life and annual, vol-
untary contributions to book fund,
and special and major collections
and endowments.
Mrs. Solomon B. Margolis is pres-
ident of the chapter.
Dior Collection To be Shown
The premiere of the Dior-Israel
Collection will be held under the
auspices of the national Women's
Division for Israel Bonds at a
luncheon on Friday noon. Feb. 23.
at the Fontaineblcau hotel, it has
been announced by Mrs. Jan
Peercc. national chairman of the
Women's Division.
The entire Dior-Israel collection
- beint accesaoriaed by Jordan
it ; Miami.
distin-
Baker and
ucipate ir.
cheon.
The extraordinary collection com
bines fashions designed especially
by the House of Dior utilizing Is-
raeli fabrics, and fashions created
by the leading couturiers of Israel.
The Dior Israel Collection and
luncheon will be a highlight of the
inaugural conference for Israel
Bonds to be held from Friday.
Feb. 23. through Sunday. Feb. 25.
be Fontaineblcau hotel
During the past seven :
esigners bav.
ties a1
y It
Miami Group
Marks Birthday
Mrs. Joseph I. Winters, of New-
York, national president, and Mrs
Harry A. Greene, vice president
of the United Order of True Sis-
ters, will be stopping at the Caril-
lon hotel during their visit here to
help Miami 43. United Order, cele-
brate its ninth birthday.
They will also attend the local
unit's birthday luncheon meeting
and play at Hibiscus Auditorium
on Feb. 19.
The one big fund-raising affair
of the year will be a cocktail par-
ty, dinner and dance at the Seville
hotel on Feb. 24. Tickets are avail-
able from Mrs. Harold Brown and
Mrs Bernard Lowenthal. Pro-
ceeds will help support United Or-
der's philanthropies in Dade coun-
ty.
The organization serves leuke-
mia children at the Tumor Clinic
of Variety Children's Hospital and
indigent cancer patients at the Iso-
tope Laboratory of Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital and Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital.
Parent-Teenage Breakfast
Hal Black, principal of Miami
r High School, will be guest
gpeakei at Beth David'.- monthly
pan ge breakfast on Sun-
day ces will be held in the
30 am followed by
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Pioneer Women
Planning Events
:,.- .- pioneer Worn-
,, meet Tue-day evenii
Bern Ei .1 r.ar. -anon.
Isaac Pushkin, president.
wi!J bos: a card party following the
shor; business .session, v.lUl Mi-
I .; Zeltzer and Mrs. Morris
Dcvchu:;: as co-hostesses, in hon-
oi !hrir wedding anniversaries.
! roceeds art lor Chii:! Rescue
I of Pioneer Womtn. Chair-
rr Isie Gersten, Mrs. Bessie Epstein.
ar.d Mrs Jack Calchman.
*
Eeba Idelson Club. Mrs. Isaac
Ciftn.hentitn. president, announce*--
a luncheon and card party on
Wednesday noon at the home of
Mrs. Abraham Grossman, 895 80'h
8t. Proceeds are lor Moetzet Ha-
poalot.
*
Coral Gables chapter was to have
a study group session at the home
of Mrs. Sam Davis, president, 610
Jercnimo dr.. Coral Gables, on
Thursday. 10:30 a.m.
Regular meeting of Coral Gables
eloper will be at noon on Thurs-
day Feb 15, at Cookies restau-
rant. Miracle Mile.
*
I r.eer Women. Club 2. announ-
u a Lanquet. with Mrs. Louis
ytrcu- and Mr and Mrs. Isaac
K;:z a- sponsors, on Saturday even
Ing, Per.. IT at the Royal Hungari-
an restaurant.
n will be by Mrs. Abra-
hair Shedrofl president. Mrs. Jo-
s'i- Mintzes *ill 'i c.nairman of
tl- .,.. speaker will
be Mrs. Milton Green, president <>l
it- '- r.eer Women's Council of
Greater Miami.
M.- and '- ph Horowitz
v, present i program of f o 1 k
w .
Miami Hadassah Dedicates Month
Miami Hadassah is dedicating Ncwcorr.b Cc!!cge, will be gu<-t
the mr-th Oi February to lladas- speaker. A questlOB and an^-r
sah Hebrew University Medical p riod with audjenea participate
Center in Jerusalem, "rtti follow. ^ ^
Conso-udating all health and mod- Tor#h ^ ^ ^
ical services to meet the(needs"t |ncheon Monday noon S|
lsraersgro^^popu.auo^^un.ithe ^ ^ ^ g^.,^^,,
Slsts of a 5flr>OTrrnosP..arWar>. bUfj Cards
!, 3R-SK -* ??*
vilion clinic for out-patients, school
of nursini nuwes' residence, and' Tikvah Bvsliwsi imj Proftw^
resumrant a"** met at the home of Dr.
reswuram. __-___,. .., Eugene Silvertene. 2200 N..<5re. r
There M also a synagogue, with *
stained glass MMl designed b> f -" ^ ^ pc
the famous artist. Marc Chagall. ^ ^ ^^ )ed by 0icar R. f.
. paport, local attorney. Mrs. Nat
In celebration of the completion Uvi(( u Qr hfT rec?nt tr,F
o' the Medical Center. Menorah ,

Pleased about the way plans are evolving tor the annual
Temple Beth Am dinneT dance on behalf of Israel Bonds are
the chairmen of the arrangement committee, Mrs. Theodore
Marks. 6833 Veronese, Coral Gables, end Mrs. Herbert Sobel.
570C Twin Lakes dr., So. Miami. The dinner will take place
ct the Temple on Sunday, Feb. 18. Dr. Irwin Perhnutter is
dinner chcrman. Rabbi Herbert Baumacrc is spiritual leader
of Ternpie Ee'h Am.______________________________
Phi Sig Alums In Meeting Here
Phi Sigma Sigma Phi Sigma Sigma sorority mem-
sor rity wen t< meet Thursday, ber. wh< .- currentl) -:" here
i home '. Mrs from New Jersey
Harrj t2 5* I M iggior At thc, ns were t0
>>'' ral Gabies ;,(, mi rie for i i barbeci witl
ei '.tz was to serve actives on 1 University oi '
s hostess mi campus at th( homi of Mrs Meyer
r of her daugh- Baskin. 1 19 ;': nand St.. Coral
' Mrs E Schwartz also ; Gables latei this month
group of Miami Hadassah hold an
auction and bazaar at South Mi-
ami Elks Club on Saturday night.
On Sunday night, a dinner dance
took place at the Deauville hotel, |
and on Tuesday evening. Feb. 27.
Menorah extends an invitation to
members, husbands and guests to
the home of Mrs. Robert Woolf.
5050 Granada blvd.. Coral Gables.'
where the first showing of slides j
Of the Marc Chagall windows will
bo presented, along with a sound |
color movie, "Fifty Miracle Min-
utes." depicting "Moving Day" at
he new hospital.
Mt. Sccpus group invite- mem-
Wrs arc inends to a brunch and
sicalt for Hadassah Medical Or-
l<--:.::.: r- or Monday. 1130 a.m..
Gal les Women's Club.
ti de Leon blvd.
Albert Einstein group will
M< ...; .: 3 r m .it Congrega-
. ah Moshe. Heire-hmcnts
tx served Scheduled is a lec-
ture oi Jewish Behavior Respon-i
lor Ai :: Si -'' Mrs Wil-
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1962
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Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary Will Mark
Third Anniversary at Springs Villas Sat.
Honoring Mrs. Nizer (second from left), mother of Louis Nizer.
whose book "My Life in Court." has been discussed at the
Miami Beach Hcdassah book review series, are (left to right)
Miss Lillian Goodman, president, Mrs. I. B. Weinsteiu. re-
viewer, end Mrs. Fred Jonas, chairman of the day.
Interfaith Theme
For Sisterhood
February is set aside as Inter-
faith and Brotherhood Month.
\; a regular mee'ing of the Tern
p| Sinai Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening m the Temple auditorium,
12100 NE 15th ave.. Mrs. Edward
Auerbach. program chairman, will
present Rev. George E. Johnson,
of the Miami Shores Community
Church, in a discussion of "Call to
K membrance."
Musical portion of the program
will be under the direction of Rafa-
el Heaston. choir director and or-
ganist, who will conduct the com-
bined choirs of the Church of the
piphan> of Hialeah. and of Tem-
ple Sinai in a recital of special
music.
Hospitality chairman. Mrs. Ruth
M lysman, will be in charge of re-
freshments.
Valentine Party Scheduled
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'nth. will
have a Valentine party on Tuesday
evening at Beth David Congrega-
tion. There will be exhibitions by
a professional dance team, dance
contests for the members, and com-
munity singing. Refreshments
will be served.
Hebrew Free Loan Meeting
Greater Miami Hebrew Free
! Loan Assn. will have a general
, meeting on Monday evening at
Bt'th El Congregation. Rabbi Solo-
1 mon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth
i El. will offer the invocation. Isa-
! dure Schwartz is president of the
; organization.
Glowing multi-colored lights will
Illuminate the Playhouse of Miami
Springs Villas on Saturday even-
ing, when Cedars of Lebanon Aux-
iliary stages its third annual din-
i.er and ball.
Red and white table decorations
with a heart theme will be the
predominant decor. it COM fug to
Mrs. Robert Hyams. chairman of
the decorations committee,
Some 500 members of the Aux-
iliary and their husbands will join
guests, civic leaders, and well-
wishers to congratulate the wom-
en's group on its third anniversary
as a service unit.
President. Mrs Nathaniel Levin,
and general chairman. Mrs. Her-
srhel Le^chel. announce.! that the
Ball will be sparked by "good fel-
lowship, dancing, music, entertain-
ment, and definitely no speeches.''
"The evening will be strictly tun
and enjoymentnothing else,'' the
arrangements committee empha-
sized
Art Bruns, director of the Villas.
will present the floor show of top-
level acts currently appearing at
the well-known night spot.
Valentine theme was selected be-
cause of the Auxiliary's interest in
the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart
Pavilion, occupying the entire
fourth floor of Cedars Hospital.
, Here, highly-trained specialists will
eventually conduct research and
treatment of heart diseases.
At the Ball, a welcoming com-
mittee consisting of Auxiliary vice
presidents will form the receiving
line, together with Mr and Mrs.
Samuel T. Sapiro and Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Sapiro.
who is hospital president, will
bring official greetings to the cele-
brants from Cedars' officers and
trustees. Myers is "cfWTfman of
the board.
Also in the receiving line will be
Mr and Mrs. Herschel Leschel,
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Levin. Dr.
and Mrs. Morris Blau Mr. and
Mrs Ted Lotterman. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Markowitz. and members of
the Auxiliary board.
Reservatlones chairman. Mrs.
Benjamin Oren. reported that some
tables seating parties of ten are
still available, and tickets are
ivailable through Mrs. Oren's
home. 1640 Tigertail ave.. Coconut
Grove.
Mrs Lawrence Adler is oOSteS8
committee chairman, ami Mrs.
Mitchell M. Goldman heads the
ticket committee. Mrs. Jacob Cot
-ky is in charge of invitations, and
Mrs Herbert Goodman is pub-
hcitv chairman. Mesdames Reu-
ben Rochkmd and Frank VtfttkOflE
serve with the program commit-
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Friday. February 9. 1362
Beach Groups of Hadassah Highlight
Jewish Music Month at Monday Meeting
Miami Beach groups of Hadas-
sah will highlight the 18th annual
national Jewish Music Month,
scheduled Jan. 20 to Feb. 20. at
thtir meetings Monday.
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Bay H-irbor group will mark the
the occasion with a luncheon at
nocn at the Beau Rivage hotel.
foUowed by a card party.
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Brnd*i.group schedules a lunch-
ed: at noon in the Jade room of
thi Fontainebleau hotel.
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Esther group will hold a lunch-
eon meeting at the Barcelona ho-
tel at niK>n. with Jewish music the
highlight .>f the program.
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Htrxl group will hold .1 luncheon
at the Eden Roc hotel at noon.
Guest speaker will be Dr Zev Ko-
gan. Also slated is Mrs Morris
Alpert.
Israeii group will meet at the
Algiers hotel in the Scheheie-
zade room at noon. Special pro
;>ram will honor Jewish Music
Month. Rose Marie Chalek will
give a reading. Rose Tunick. op-
eratic and folk singer, will offer
a group of selections, accompanied
by Mrs. Gladys Dinitz Schlosberg.
Emma Lazarus group will meet
: at r.oon at the Normandy Isle
Branch of the Washington Federal
i Savings and Loan Assn. Guest
! speaker will be Rabbi Eugene
j Labovitz in a discussion of Youth
Aliyah.

Morton Towers group will meet
at noon in the Morten Towers card
room. Mee'ina will be followed by
cards.
Hanna Senesch group will have
a luncheon meeting at the Saxony
hotel at noon. Entertaining pro-
gram is scheduled.
Henrietta Sio!d group u ill meet
a: the Algiers hotel in the Rubai-
vat room at noon. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Samuel Z. Sakrais.
Kaye Harrison is soloist.
Shaloma group will meet at Hi-
biscus Temple at noon. Meeting
will be followed by a book review
given by Rabbi Samuel April, of
Coral Way Jewish Center.
steohcA S Wist group will have evening at the Normandy..iWJ>
I. hnnch at 1130 at the Casa- Branch of Washington Federal
iblanca' hotel. Guest speaker will Savings and Loan Assn.. at & p.m.
jbe Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Sylvia Ross. |
vocalist, will offer a program of, Southgat* group was to meet oj
r-iu-.cal selections. Thursday evening, at Southgatfc
Recreation Hail. Southgate PIjy1
I. R. Codmn group will hold
a regular meeting on Wed"edav
ers were to present a skit,
wards a New Day."
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Most actresses make their debuts on the stage. I made mine
in a trolley car. Mama was taking her five year old "Malk-
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win first prize because it was a five dollar gold piece and
we needed the money.
You should have seen me on that trolley car. I was dressed
in a red "cording pleated" dress, an imitation karakul co.U.
imitation ermine bonnet and muff, all of which Mama had
painstakingly made for me herself. A drunk staggered up
to me and said, "Where ya goin'. fansliy pants?" Mama
looked down quickly to see if my bloomers were showing.
Then she said haughtily. ''My daughter is on her way to
the theatre to sing. Show the man, Molly dear". So I stood
up in the crowded trolley car and went through my routine,
adding an unflattering impersonation of the drunken man.
"Tlntsh great", he shouted. With that, he grabbed my
"ermine" hat and made every passenger in the car drop a
few coins into it. I did manage to win the five dollar first
prize at the amateur show, plus a pocketful of assorted coins
th.it the audience tossed up onto the stage as I sang. When
we got home, Mama dumped all the loot onto the kitchen
table and counted it. Malkale". she said joyfully, "almost
ten dollars. That's more than Papa makes in a week. That
settles it. You'll be an actress."
One thing about Mama, she made decisions-fast. Not every-
body can make decisions as easily as Mama could, except.
of course, when it comes to picking the best !,ranl of fine
Icos i- food. Then there's nothing to decide ... people k:i \
iy that it's Rokeach, and it li >- been Mine 1870. R ,' :,
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meal 'Wore going >:i in 'Milk and Honev." So right in my
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wondering re i i .man i mv ige gets the .
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Poge 5-3

leth David Congregation's new Hairy Simons Library was
Icrmally dedicated on Sunday. Shown (lelt to right) are Mrs.
Hcrold Berke. Mrs. Lewis Sternshein. and Mrs. A. I. Eeer.
-members of the library committee: Hany Simons; and Mis.
Frank Rose and Judge Milton Friedman, trustees oi the
Lbrary.
Double Feature Scheduled Here
nlc Zamora Sisterhood ree Kwart. Irving Pliskin. M. Sar:no
n'ai monthly meeting Wednesday and Ed Solomon,
iveiling will highlight Jewish Mu-
. Month and Tor ah Fund.
em ben will bring their Tora*1
I .-. which will bt credited to-
ward admission to the area-wide
.; !i ?"u;id luncheon planned for
I! rsday, Mai !. at tht DeauviUe
I ile!
is raised in this program
;i' :iv,,-!rd the education of rabbis ;
and teachers of the Conservative
i i .tment. and the radio broad- j
casts of "The Eternal light."
Participating in the meeting will
I* Mrs Rose Gallon, cultural vice
president, and Bfosdames Michael
Bj .- Nat Goldy, Leon Honig.
living Klein. I. L. Kussner. Joe
It Ik on Heorl Disease
Paul Nonkin spoke on heart
::..ii d'.sta>cs Wednesday eve-
. at a regular meeting of Roo.-e
Temple 33. Pythian Sisters.
Board Room
To be Dedicated
More than 400 women, mem-
bers and officers of the Hebrew
Academy Women will gather at
the new school site, 2400 Pinetree
dr., on Monday, 1 p.m., to dedicate
the Hebrew Academy Women Di-
rectors Room in honor of the 86th
birthday of Mrs. Sarah Czech, who
has endowed the room.
Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, president
of Hebrew Academy Women, said
that Mrs. Sarah Czech will also be
recognized "for her noteworthy
contributions to the Jewish com-
munity in America and Israel."
Mrs. Ixonard Rosen, women's
division campaign chairman, said
that joining the Academy Women
in honoring Mrs. Czech will be
representatives of the various or-
ganizations in which she has been
active since her arrival in Miami
Beach. Special dedication cere-
monies will be conducted by Rabbi
Alexander S. Gross, principal ol
the Academy
Following the ceremony, a birth-
day party will be held in the rec-
reation hall of the new school
building. Jo Debra Shapiro. Maria
Simon and Michael Wittcls. kinder-
garten students at the Academy.
Talk on Beauty
For Opti-Mrs.
"A New Path to Beauty" wil be
I demonstrated and discussed a- i
J meeting of the Opti-Mrs. Club if
\ Miami Beach on Tuesday n&oi
the Seville hotel.
Guest speakers will bt Margaret
Newman Steam] designer, asd
Princess Marina Slerbatov fc:m-
er executive vice president if
International Beauty Salcr?.
Slate Brunch
Book Review
MRS. SARAH CZtCH
will participate in the candlelight
' ing ceremonies.
Chairmen of the event are Mes-
dames M. H. Rosenhoi^e and
Harry Kaplan Special recognition
will be accorded to all Hebrew
Academy Women officers, direc-
tors and life members.
North D ;. de chapter oi B ial
iB'rith Women will hold i brunch-
'book review on Wednesday, F-b.
28. 11 a.m.. at the Rascal House
Mrs Frank Kerdyk will review
; "Chairman of the Bored.' by
Charles Streeter, who also w :ote
"Father of the Bride."
In charge of iniormaticr. is Mrs.
Charles Winneker.
All New 'Pop' Concert
Dade Heights Jewish Congr-ra-
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on Saturday evening, Feb. 17. with
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r'riday, February 9. 1962
Tie Barrv SUters Cla re 2nd Memo take fcne out bom
r..zr.:.: =.::. a stars :: the Eden Re; bete show to y.
friend ludge Jason Bericnan with a copy ol
Ihe-j latest Reu ette h.t recordinc Shalom The slruzn
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Page 7-B
Leo Fuchs Will
Appear crt Grove
Le > Fuchs. favorite ot the Yid-
dish-American stage, will join for-
ci on Tuesday with equally lalent-
M Dick Shawn to co-star in the
bright new comedy, "Come Blow
Yi ur Hon." at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse.
The longest
running comedy
hit on Broadway.
Come Blow
Your Horn" will
-:.ir Fuchs in the
r le of a doting
father, w h o e
son, played by
Shawn, is intent
on remaining .1
bachel ir u ii 11 e
Clinic for the Aging
"A Clinic for Our Aging" 111 be
the topic of Dr. Jack Greenhouse
when he speaks before the Citizen*
Action League on Monday. 8:30
p nv. at Washington Federa. Sav-
ings and Loan Assn.. 1133 Norman-
dy dr.
Luncheon Meeting Set
Albert Einstein chapter of Ha-
dassah will hold its monthly lunch-
eon nuetirj on Mondaj in qggre-
cation Yehudah MoshTs Popiel
Hall. Mrs. Shelia Baron :> presi-
dent.
Dr. Wolf son
In Two Lectures
The Art of Understanding Ota *
People" was to be the topic ot a
lecture by Dr. Abraham W'olfson
or Thursday morning, before the
Siimnas'.ic Club directed by LilLm
Friedlander at the 10th st. beach.
The talk will be repeated by Dr.
Wolfson on Tuesday morning. 9
a.m.. at the 8th st. beach, immedi-
ately following Charles Siegel'i
\ci rcise ela-
Dr Wolfson is the chairman of.
the Spinoza Outdoor !
FUCHS
fc' mmei ( nd Smoke," in color, Tennessee Williams' drama
a smc. own rr.r.ister's daughter and a young doctor, fea-
rinq Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, opens Friday
'*Cc-'.. Miami Miracle, 163rd Street, and Essex Theatres.
ferae! Night' For Teen-Agers
..,., Ten? Emanu-EI
m. .!,; <:i Ts
m\. N'lsthl '
K-. .,:, n-egation's
M. |S, '1 chapter,
M at 3 p.m.. and the national tood of Israel
1- scheduled for the Temp;-'- North
Blanch bldg.
Mis Balfonna GUad will teach
he youngsters Israeli dance- and
efreshments will include "falafel."
tachi .. in.- younger brother how
1 gro up as a ladies man like
himself.
Making his local legitimate trua-
re debut. Fuchs is well know to
pthemers for his string ol hits in
which he has played everything
from "Girl Crazy" to the univer-
sally-acclaimed
Featured as the mother will be
Henrietta Jacobson. -tar of many
great Yiddish successes, in which
she has played opposite such stars
a; Meiiasha Skulnik Molly Picon.
Paul Muni and Jacob Ben-Ami.
Playing two weeks only. "Come
Blow Your Horn" follows the
month-long success of Menasha
Skulnik in "Uncle Willie."
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Friday, Februcay 9, 1332

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Resume Studies
A bridal sown of chantiMy lace
accented with satin and white or-
chids was the choice of Sheila Har-
riet Kravitz tr her marriage to
Robert Lewis G-Jodmark on Sun-
day afternoon. Feb. 4. at Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman Of-
ficiated, and the ceremony was fol-
lowed by a reception at Chand-
ler's res.aurant.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Kravitz. 901 Sylvania blvri.. W.
Miami, the bride was attended by-
Sandra Wein.
Paren's of the bridegroom are
Good in ark.
- and flowers to fill the gaps
met her husband in Cincinnati while they wen -
rsitj H ler n< -- -' '
md during
his Sara returni
The Stepners have a lovely collection of
they have enj iyed gathering
: th< years Sara usua Ij -; cializes in
functional antiq es One 1 tier fa^ tes is an
, |ar|. [thai she uses foi
a silver chi -
facel :

Years ago Sara in most of
rograms f Sational Council
of Jewish Women, and Home for the Agi I
among others Then came Sccuting. Daugh
ter Barbara is now a sophomore a: Syracuse.
and Stephen is at Miami Beach High School
Sara is currently president of the Mt. Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary Garden Club. She was one
of the founding organizers of the Garden Cen-
ler : .a: will be dedicated this spring Sara feels that beauty in flowers
is form of art.
of Chemical Engineers, and the
American Rocket Societj
Miss Deich Weds
Steven Roth
Phyllis Elaine Deich became
bride of Steven Marc Roth on Su::-
'. v Feb. 4. ir. an afternoon cere-
urns. so5cn scod/har*
MRS. STEVEN ROTH
.: ;Km? SS Mrs. DyckmcnTo be Honored
SARA
, reception followed.
Wearing a flooi ng n, peau ie
.,,;,' ... ith embroidery 3n1
seed pearls, the bride carried white
ea roses ar mnd a center orchid
Natalie Sue Deich was maid
honor, and bridesmaids were Bery!
:. Gi lespie and Gen Roth
Best man to the bridegroom was
Barry Roth, and serving as ushers
were Richard Roth and Marshall
Goldberg.
After a wedding trip to New Or-
The Stepners travel a great deal, and whenever they go on a trip. lpans {he voung coup,e .,,, Uve
tills their room with local flowers In Nice, the carnations at ten m Qajjiesville, where they are at-
nr.:- a dozen were fabulous. They themselves grow rare and tropical ten(jlng the University of Florida
plants here at home In order to keep up with his wife's hobby. Lester The'new Mrs. Roth Li majoring
has started to collect orchids himself. Sara gives demonstrations on m English in the school of educa'
flcv.tr arrangements from the beginners to the more advanced. One tion_ Her husband's major is chem-
o: t-r blue ribbon arrangements is on display in the telephone room [gfjy anci his fraternity is Alpha
at Vizcaya. Art-in-flower arranging is becoming recognized all over
th world, and Sara is doing more than her share to assure that it is
rec< .nized here in Miami.
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STROLLING ALONG WORTH AVENUE
M ; ichi : lembers Er n ris 1 enei el I Mrs henry i
,. chapters i den. and Mrs. Sally Gold are
, -ea will gathi -: tesses I t zatherir j Mrs
Feb. 15. to honor Mrs M fred Stone is Florida isoord
-an. of New Yori lational____________________________
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At 1.30 p.m., a-
tel. a reception will be held '
which dignitaries will t >
Mrs. Dyckman. who has
turned from an extensive planning
trip :n connection with
opnients for the Mizrachi {ram
in Israel.
Mrs. Harry Schwartz. Mr-. Mor-


Epsilon Pi.
Parents of the new bride are
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deich. 4444
Ingraham hwy.. Coral Gables. The
bridegroom is the son ot Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Roth. Flushing. N.Y.
They stood in front of Cartiers window in Palm Beach ar.d looked
ar.r. .ooked. Then Esther (Mrs. Sidney) Schwartz and Bunny .Mrs. Joei
Meyer bought a newspaper and continued with their window-shopping Beth El Sister hood
They bumped into Miamian Mrs Harry Nathansor, and her house-
g\i-:. Mrs. Max Witt, while strolling alon^
* *
LITTLE KNOWN FACTS
Did you know that Georgia (Mrs. William I.) Brenner was named
foi ne State of Georgia by her mother. Mrs. Louis R. Roth0 That was
beCcUSe Mrs. Roth dearly loved the state where all of her children
wer born .
The Arthur Rosichan's stationery says "House of the three R's.""
C>: t of the R's is for son Dick who. by the way. has an outstanding
III p collection. Therp's a name for that.
* *
FU^ AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLU8
Every one of the hundred and sixty guests at Ben and Martha
B., -,'s dinner party at Westview looked lovely. There were many of
the 31ums' friends from St. Louis, their former home, in town >o that it
was pleasant for the new and old to meet and get to know one another.
Arc ng the guests were the Edward Whitehorns. the Max Krauses.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Jonas. Emma and Frank Weiss, Joe and Sylvia
Rose, the Sam Niebergs. the A J Molaskys, and Sam and Bee Blank.
Mr and Mrs A. J. Harris
*
SURPRISE
Sol and Gladys Cohen are about to have a girl in their family.
S ay night. Douglas will marry Gail Levine in Jerico. L.I. The
Cc tns and their younger son. Roy. who will be best man. jetted up to
NV York. Rabbi Ludwig Roeder. of I'niontown. who oificiated at
tr-. 3ar Mitzvah of both boys, will perform the wedding service. Gail
act Douglas met a few years ago when both were attending the L'ni-
\< city >f Miami.
* *
LCTS OF PEOPLE WERE THERE
Where0 At the luncheon of the American Friends cf the Hebrew
t"i. ersity in the Americana hotel. Bess iMrs. Louis> Gla=ser in an
o.<:.ge outfit with an Oriental motif. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag glad
to :e out after a seige in bed Also there: Mrs Harry Rubin. Mrs
Acra Brenner Meyers, and Mrs Baron de Hirsch Meyer. The Dolly
I ->rs. Mrs. Harold Rand, in periwinkle blue, and Mrs. David Catsman
ir ed knit. Mrs. Martin Fine talking to Sadie Rosenbaum. Maria
Marcy the guest of Jennie Grosinger. Felice (Mrs Gerald) Schwartz
k i y in bright red.
DeUa .Mrs. Maxi Appiebaum. her beautiful hair a red blaze, seated
i- tie table next to Mrs. Samuel Liptoa in conversation with Mrs. Sam-
u*: Ginsburg. Esther (Mrs. Carl. Weinkle button-holing her friends to
Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will sponsor its monthly lunch-
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* *
RENEWING OLD FRIENDS
Lee < Mrs. M.I Gardner, of Sarasota. is in town to renew old friend-
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Fnday. February 9, 1962
+Jewist fkrkttor
Page 3-3
Zciichick, Andrews
Exchange Vows
Hiss Barbara Andrews and
Gerald Barton Zaichick were um-
u.i in marriage Sunday evening,
e i :: the Seville hotel. Follow-
, ni'ipUon and dinner in the
v j,ambra ballroom of the hotel,
,, iroun couple left for a honey-
, )n Nassau. On their return,
,-. ,y will live in Gainesville.
The bridal gown was of peau de
with chuntil'.y lace applique
md the bodice, town the front
I ,i! the skirt, and encircling
cathedra! train. The head-
,. was ol peau-taffet and chan-
laci
l ian Kaufman, the bride's eou-
.;. was maid of hanor. and brides-
'.A-,U wer Rhodal Zaichick, the
i ;. r. Marion Posner.
, -,n Stiller and Beverly Jacob-
s ) I.
Serving as bes! man was Joel
isher. ami Stephen Andrews,
bride's brother. Joel Levin,
ild Bierman and David Rozen
usl i rs.
ner MiSi Andrews will
luat< from the University of
K rida school >t education in
Hi r sor ritj Is Alpha Epsi-
Phi
7. ichick will have a degree
;. nn the University of Florida
. iool ol ele>lu(ical enganeering
. \: Fi; uarj an I is a member of
Vlpha Epsilon Pi and AIRE-IRE
es.
The new Mrs. Zaichick is chapter
international sweetheart of
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr and Mrs. Theafore Andrews,
5 Ul su 5th ter., and Mr. and
Mr A R. Zaichick 345 SW 25th
rl
: B I R T H D A Z E :
A first child, Bonnie S
rived to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cohen.
of 6451 W. Flagler st., on Jan. 30.
New mother is the lormer Shelly
Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George D. Newman, of 2030 SW
| d5lh ave. Great-grandfather of the
baby is Morris Kauffman, former-
ly ul Philadelphia, Pa., now a resi-
dent of .Miami.
Dan Ruskin Accepts Chairmanship
Of CJA Bmh Residents Division
MM. GtRALD
Werpei Kuhn
ZAICHICK
Beach JWV Will
Honor Members
Jewish War Veterans, Miami
Beach Post, will honor 20 m< m-
bers who have completed ten cr
more years of continuous member-
ship o.i Thursday. Feb. 15.
Those honored will be: 25 years,
David Greenberg, Herman Soko-
low; 20 years. Maurice Klein; 15
years, Harry Stemple; (en years,
Hy Kout. Al O.-sip. Daniel Neal
Heller, Lester Rubin. Albert Blicht,
Harold Shapiro, Irving Coepeiman,
Burnett Roth. Jack Tobin. .Max
Kern. Judge Jerry Kle.n. SjuI Von
/.amli. Frank Gordon. Edith Jiser.
and Jay Winston.
The meeting will be held at 8
p.m., a; ltej8 Alton rd. Command-
r is Ben Goldberg.
Dan Ruskin, nt of
he Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
;ticn. .-i- .-,>:<. i Lie chairman-
ship A Miami 3 ach Revdents
Dh Ision : 1362 Combined
Jewish Appeal
The ligsion ipp'.e^!its ''
New H>vp '.:-.- campaign winch
.over.- -ubstantial g'fts i'"-' re
te:ved ^'\\ -: Trades and
Profe-si '' I in an i*n-
tortan campaign struc-
ture.
"i realize that 1962 will be *
critical >tar." Rvekin sold, "and
our eammuHty'i ----- ~iust
exercise foil responsibility."
Pr -twin in I
52. and chairman -a the 1950 CJA,
Rusk:n served a; co-chairman of
he Initial Gifts D:\i-ion, as cam-
ia:gn vice chairman, and as ho*
orary president of Federation.
He was chjirman cf the build-
ng a*d p'a ning committee of Mt.
i H).-p';.,l in 1930, and is a
r trustee of Mt. Sinai.
He i- a tn -'- f Temple Israel,
nd I i ing been active in tra
v ish :' ime foi the Aged. He has
also served the Heart Assn. and
University cf Miami advisory
committee

Bernsteins Will
Live in Jersey
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein are
h meymooning in Acapulco, Mexi-
c lollcwing their marriage on
Sunday. Feb. 4. at the Algiers ho-
tel.
Dr. Irving Lehrman performed
the 11:30 a.m. ceremony, which
i is followed by a reception and
luncheon at the hotel.
Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. David
Levinson, 2900 Flamingo dr., the
bride ^:tqded the University of
Miami. For her wedding, she chose
j bailer.na-length. white silk peau
de- soi< gown and carried white
orchids and lily-of-the-valley.
Attending her was Carole Levinson.
maid <: honor, and Barbara Levin-
son Deutsch, matron of honor.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Bernstein,
al Newark, N..I. Best man was
hi- brotherin-law, William Sagel.
Mr Bernstein attended the State
I diversity of [owa and is now a
builder in New Jersey. The young
c 'iiplt v ill i,ve m Highland Park.
Yofis Planning
To Roller Skate
Yafis will hold a roller skating
party at the Miami Roller Rink.
3fi85 NW 36th st.. on Thursday,
Feb. 15. at 8:15 p.m.
Also being planned is a mid-
winter dance at a leading Miami
Beach hotel night club on Sunday
evening, Feb. 18. Donald Kaplan
is fund raising chairman.
Bob Rappaport is president of
the Young Zionist group.
Rabbi Lehrman
To Review Novel
Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood
will have its February meeting at'
the congregation's North Branch j
building, Monday evening.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will discuss'.
"Mila 18." by Leon Uris, at the j
for-men-only affair to begin at 8
p.m.
Hylan Kout is president of the
organization.
W^rnei*-K:ihn
mn%. JACK BERNSTEIN
BB Women of Jai-Alai
Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith is planning a night at the
Miami Jai-Alai Fronton on Tues-
day. Mrs. B. Rothberg is in charge
of reservations.
Card Party Wednesday
Tifereth Israel Sisterhood is hold-
ing a card party on Wednesday
evening in the Social HalL
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+Jeist Friday. February 9, 1962
S
c r v i c e s
lUi. IV'.*7
ACUDATH ISRAEL. 701 Carlyl* 3.-
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
Frith p in Haturdnj i:-1 '
Serrtx' n rorah, Prleathi i in i Is-
rael
--
BETH DAVID. 2G25 SW 3rd a.e Ci
ervative. Rabbi Norman N. Snap )
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Pi j.i. R:15 |>.m Sermon: Ku
Our Historic Destiny.' Kabhl l.iel .<
Geffc Kplrttual atlt I......' the V
tlomii Federation ol .lew h
Club- Saturday 9 B m SW mo
Powi i- ul Perception. "II
Step! ii. .-1-11 of Mr and Mri Km
Mill.

BETH EL. 5C0 SW i/tn ave. Orthodox
Ratbi Solomon Schiff.
PrldR> vi:. and '" \<"' ~-
Teach Them I'nto Th; I'hl
Bi! i -s conducted b> .till livi
Heln. w n-hool. Sati i la.'
Beim.n: And I Shall Dwell VVIlhli
Then "
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave
Conservative.
fi i.i; s 13 |i.m. Jildir. 11
Bltaei will speak on "Metro iSovern-
ment. S iturda.s 8 to n m
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Loun Rottman.
! -. -.-, p.m. Saturday B a m r-
in.,ii \ Torah Investment Fund.
BETH JACOB 301-311 Washington
ave Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Frlda\ 3:30 p.m. Saturday :> a.m.
Bermon 'Man Ha.- a Built-in Sane-
tuarv Bar MHivah: Isaac, son
Mr and Mrs. Albert Cohen
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen
baum.
Kri.l,, -. ai nnd JO P m Sermon
How 11. -|. i- mi I niiii rtaiurdaj
sr. Bai Mltavah: Steph. n, con
f m nnd Mrs Paul HoMn an Ivan.
eon Mr. and Mr- William Nad.......

CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Wrshington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abriham Stras*eld.

CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
87;-: SW 16th st Miami. Rabbi Sam-
uel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Frldi I-', and 8:30 l> '" S.
Tli. I iiiii.-n-i"ii of Depth Sal
dm pi r.ar Mttcvuh: Alan, son "i
Mr i| Mrs. MUrraj M.-mdell
n.i.i.i.i
CANOltLIGHTING TIM
1 Adar 5:55 p.m.
%
*r JHitzvalt
-i*4 .* n.t,, -ribers The Jewish Floridian will present free
fS I9 nT-oSo each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
%$^6^* < " 2973 Miami 1, Fia., one month in advance. Include tne name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage w,l be
forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
More Sewell Stephen Miller
TEMPLE BE-H SHOUM Of Hl..
w00d 1725 Monroe st. C-nsevatve.
RiBBi Samuel Mendelovm".
M ..n ... ai
Mar' #
TEMPI E BETH BHOLOM. U** C"a
T-'~ [ -.., R.bbi Leor Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser
Mi Stanley S
TEMPLE B-NAI SHOLOM. 16300 NW
22nd ave. Conse.vat.ve. RabO H.nr>
B. Wernick
H.illi:!.' ',: '"'
hath, with Hoj '-
.,., ,-!. swuts pailli-liutim
-
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. R.bbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE ISRAEL* 137 NE 19thI M
Reform. Rabbi Joseph I
Cantor Jacob Bernstein.
Prida) > r. |. m clu. si -
... ii H ank, profi
Hebrew I'nlon "ii
- in) San
,;i;' >. ..ui-
Afan Simons
.i
'.,.- It
,,| Bible
i'.n. in-
.Ii-. u. Ihll
ottVtaUT-OHlrttiU Sabhathse,
. M,.:, Prophets hj IN Narol
OADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con.
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Hdbbath |PfMav :1S !'.".. ..>:.r'"'.". .. r .
Stephen Goldman
Local Women
Get Top Posts
Mrs. Anna Brennt-r Meyers, at-
Messa*! and torn,.v and civic leader, and Mrs.
Rhea Gladwin, active in manj Mi-
ami area communal endeavors
temple jude~. 320 P'rm ivr nav.. (,een elected as vice prcsi
^aVJtrrV! ^t^'lXar fern member of .he nat.ona!
B-i .- ..u-.- Hi- Ten -' hoard of directors, respectively, ol
"';:,: ^;"'".:',;:.1 !:;'s.' i S'-Um Women'.- Division, American
siiaw>'ai I...-:- bo> .ui -i Friends of Hebrew University.
.1 and Cub |>aek l.
-. Mrs Mevers. who will represent
temple MMOWN...-W* thf southeastern pan of the Lni-
ted Slates as national vice presi-
dent, Has long been a Ii ng-time
supporter ot the Jerusalem uni
versity in this area. She served
as hospitality chairman for the
recently-concluded conference ot
sotn st ana the women's group, and Mrs.
Gladwin as public relations chair-
nun,
Conservative. Rabbi May
owiti Cantor Edward K
I--,- ,|aj H.-1.1 |i in .- rmon I
,,f the II-iii- Has Mlt> in.
Susan. daUBhl.....I Ml u I >l Al-
.,.,: Abian Saturda) >'-
Portion ..i" Ih. Ijiw liai Mini-
,.iii Man, --." of Mr ind Mr 1-<1-
arard htmons
TEMPLE NER TAMID
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Samuel Gomberg
Fnil:.. *:IS p.m. IJermon;
Krn .. S:la I'.m. >.-IO>nn: nini-'----.; ----; -.-. .-,. .... .
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
New Ulpan Series
Beth David
Berber. as>isJunt di-
the Bureau of Jewish
Education, is conducting the new
Ulpan series of lectures at Beth mat hotel.
Stephen Miller
I;,.;!. David will b -' '
(he Bar Mitzvah ol Stephen Mark
Mii,: on Saturday m n ng. Feb.
in. ;ib R ibbi Norman N. Sha-
piro official
\ seventh grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High
Stephen i> an expert swimmer and
horseback ruler.
His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Miller, will honor him at the
Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening
and the Kiddush at the conclusion
o! the ceremony.
.
David Kalian
Saturday morning services. Feb.
10. at Temple Zion will include the
liar Mitzvah of David, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Kalish. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman will officiate.
A seventh grade student a: We-t
Miami Junior High. David plan- to
continue his studies in the Tem-
ple- confirmation class
The Kiddush will be tendered
by the Bar MUzvah's parents.
Stephen Geldman
Celebration oi the Bar Mitzvah
if Stephen Elliot Goldman will be
held at Beth Torah Congregation
on Saturday morning. Feb. 10.
with Rabbi Max LipsehiU offtoi-
.mii.:.
Stehpen is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Goldman, of 300 East
dr., and granuson of Harry Gold-
man and Mr. and ItM. Frank Co-
hen.
A seventh grade student at North
Miami Beach Junior Hiijh. the Bar
Mitzvah also attends the congre-
gation's religious school. He has
played on a Little League baseball
learn lor three years.
A reception in his honor will be
held Saturday night at the Diplo-
NtW POLICY
lic-;innin.n with February 1.
there i- a service charge inr
all Bar Mitzvah photographs
appearing in The Jewish
Floridian.
Announcements of Bar
Mitzvah celebrations will
continue to be published
gratis as before. The ser-
vice charge is for photo-
graphs only.
Further information is
available from The Jewish
Floridian business office.
FR 3-4605.
Johnson it. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehi.dah
Heikbream.
Can. David Congregation.
A well-knmvn educator
ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Frlda> 5:58 and 13 p.m Bermon:
"Ac>-i>tlni All" Bar Mltavah; I'ara,
dauKhiar of Mr. and Mrs .lark r>ra
now. Saturday .< !h Bar Mltavah
J.-fn. -mi of Mr. and Mi>.
IV i n .
ave. Rabbi Nathan Zwitman
tor Albert Glantz.
Kii.i.o > '.i. On.-i upeakei Mr* i M A well-knmvn educator in the
Weinul ... community. Berger i- principal ol
temple tifereth JACOB. 951 the Hebrew High School.
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Care Dreio*
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Fm.i. :: and -.:> p.m. Ht-rmon:
"Condition of Jewa in India," Rnbhl
Loulf .1 Lehrfield, father ..i i: lib
Davi-i Lehrfield. Baturdaj R:30 a.m
tii-i M on: "The An .f iliving
e
MIAMI HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor
Fred Bernstein.
Pii.i ai and 8:1a p.m
Leo Heim
1 rhla} S:l& p.m, 1'nlted Synasoajue
^"<1111 Sabbath llueal |ieaker: l..ui-
Sehwartzman, \.-,ini\.- director Bu-
ll r.-au ..f Jetviah IMu-.iii.ai ..| Grraler
Miami Topli : "Him I'an Jewish Kdu-
oatlon Mi-t-t the x.--.1- .-i i... inn. '
.;..- Sluihbal In.-i- Mr .. ,. I Mi-
.\|...-. I.l.l.ii.an. in Ill.-ii
I'hlldri :i'.- i.i: Tli.l.i* s.il i. ... in
Sei in-'ii Wi vklj I'-.i
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can.
tor.
e
TEMPLE ZION. 5'20 SW 17th st
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
FYldaj 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "The WU-
.I..UI of Solnm
Text for the lectures, held on
Monday mornings, 10:30 a.m., it
"Prayer, Humility and Compas-
sion," by Rabbi Samuel H. Dres-
ner. Registration is still open.
In another phase of Beth David's
adult education program, Dr Je
eph liuiv.il/. is conducting a Sun-
day morning series of lectures on
Our Prophets Outstanding
Teachers of Mankind."
Dr. Ilurwitz is professor oi mod-
ern languages and humanities a;
Isaac Coton
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will otn-
C ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Isaac.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cohen.
941 4th St., during Saturday morn-
ing services Feb. 10 at Congre-
gation Beth Jacob.
Isaac i- a fifth grade student at
South Beach Elementary, belongs
Jeilrey Oraaww
at both
"You .-liall Kill.- Ovei it
Saturday Sisterhood bowling
~'r'tn!:i;i the University of Miami. Regis-
Malavsky will officiate
ceremonie>
Twin children of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dranow. 3077 SW 21st st.,
Cara and Jeffrey are eighth graJ^'
students at Shenanduah Junior
High and both attend the Center's
; PAL Boj s .. parade drill religious school.
earn and studies boxing, Kiddush in their honor will foi-
Born in Texas, he returned with \ow the religious service,
his parent- to visit his grandpar- *
,ii',.- in Israel, remained for sev Marc Sewall
eral years and attended schools Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted
there, He speaks Hebrew fluently. Sewell, will celebrate his Bar Miu
vah on Saturday, Feb. 10, at 515
Ivan Ladimer p m services in Temple Emanu
Ivan, son of Mr and Mrs Wil- |fjj's Friedland Chapel. Dr. Irving
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the I^an." :8o a.m. liar Mluvah Kavld, mm ol tration is open for those classes, ham Ladimer. 931 NE 155th St.. IVhrmin will officiate
.,,.. -:i,,hi,, hm. vir .,,i Ura ,\i .mi \h- i.i.i K.iiith uaj ., ___ .*- .<.. i.enrmaii W 111 Oil it IJl t-.
Ones Shabbat hosta: Mr. ami Mrs.
tnl W. Sohulman in iin,r of 52nd
vyeddlni anniv.Tsai>

MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern
Traditional.
Prida) i. ii.ni. Baturda] 8 a.m.
held al 11 am.
VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Steinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neii.
in.i.,v 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Our Heri-
tage, li- Meanins In Our Tlmea." Kat-
urdaj a.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. S4tt SW 8th
t. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice YOUNG ISRAEL.
Klein.
Friiii'.' -I", p.m. Sermon: "The Ea-
enc* of Judaism." Saturday 9 a.m.

TEMPLE ADATH YESMURUN. 1025
NE :8!rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Ratbi Max Zuckrr. Cantor Abra-
harn Rcisman.

[TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodnar,
Frii;w\ 8 30 p.m. >. i.....ii w'h.,1 Sep-
arate) the Jew iinri the Chrlatlan."
ill ii.....I will co-sponsor annual
Interfaltb aei vice Be i m .i:i\
II i:...... Bar Mllzvali Ronald, Bon
of M and .Mi.-. Howard l>ru

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I-'- 8:16 p.m. Sermon A Sab-
bath Service and Sermon in Song."
Pal ii lay !i|:4.'> a in
TEMPLE BETH gHIRAH. Suniland
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
atructionist. Rihi.l Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb-
Fi ni: B:is p.m. Sermon: "The Ex-
panding Hean in a Shrunken Wei Id "
Saiiir.lay 10:30 urn. Tribute to UeoMe
W.i-i. nyton and Abralrim I.in. ..in.
Kiil'lish in hnni.r of Bpproaehlf mar-
i I'.imj Colflnf and Kaymnnd
Eln ____
990 NE 171 st
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
and grand-on of Mr. and Mrs. Da-
M.l Kadish. will observe his Bar AmonS tnose PWSent wUI be
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Feb. K r e a t grandmother Mrs ABM
10. at Beth Torah Congregation, Horner. and his grandparents Mr.
with Rabbi Max LipsehiU offici- and Mrs llarr> Scboenbrod. ot
ating Chicago, III.
The first edition of Jacob Baal Tlu' Bar Mttsvah is m the seventh 'a''<- la an eighth grade student
jTeshuva's The Mission of Israel" -1'"1'' :tl N|,'"i Miami Beach Jun- at Nautilus Junior High, where I
will be put on the market b} Rob :"r lll'~!l antl a third year student is studying electronics and audio
New Book on
Israel Out Soon
erl Speller Publish ng company
this month.
over jacket for the book as
created by world-fam
Mark Chagall.
in the congregation's Hebrew visual techniques.
He belongs to the Stamp skin dives, and plays football.
Pigeon Club, and the Hu- The celebrant will be honor'
Club.
Societj.
Shalos Soudos.
Among the contribut
ors
Alan Simons
Bar Mitzvah ol Alan David, son
May to Head
Committee Here
B-JohnsorL former President Han-} will be observed Saturday morn- Max Bresaler. nattoBal pi "
[jrurnan. Dr. Joseph Salk. and Vin- uig. Feb 10 j norah ,, ,,.,. zionis) orgaflization I
new anthology are President John "' Mr and Jrs Edv ird Sim
Kennedy. Vice Presideni Lyndon'.** i Hollywood,
cent Auriel, former Presideni ol with Rabbi Mayi
JACOB BAAt-TESHUVA
..mowitz of- America, has appointed "
May, ol Nashville. Tenn i
Alan is a student at Olsen Junior ami Beach, chairman of th.'
High ui Dania and .- an outstand- Israel Bond committee for th
mg athlete and -; ,iona| 1>ra(,| Bon(i conference.
May and his committee wi
t-ara and Jeffrey Dranow as hosts at the traditional
He is the producer and director Ifitevah nn" p^.T wUJ bt' BaS "" ful '"-el "
of the Monte Carlo Israel revue 9 ,1 |. ''" fT1"8 Feb ,la-v morning. Feb. 23, at th. I
I her brother. Jeffrey Elliot, tainebleau hotel.
on Fust committee meeting will ">
the held this Sunday morninc 10:30
enter. Rabbi Morton a.m.. at Mav's home. 5024 Ala-nrd.
France.
Baal-Teshuva, a former Israeli
newspaper reporter who covered
the United Nation.- sessions for
seven years, is currently living in
Miami Beach.
of the Monte Carlo Israeli revue 9 and h i '
"The Land of Milk ,:,d Hone"-\A ,!'.
starring Shosn... Damari and a Satunn. r, "'. t*\T^
group of Sabra dancers. Israelu IV ^^ 0 at


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Mr. and Mrs. Na-
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new frit nds i< Ih
his ii> luxe scn'ii to visn in dele-
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Basq is bi ing h tlj
v. ricfendinj cl Egurbi
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Mexii an lean of Ugh j
righl behi
real estate impresario, has con-
c ludcd arrangements tor a side-
walk Coir at 924 Lincoln Road
Mai! Popular Tony Kucherak
ha< m ived in as public relations
cliiof a; United Fund with Haig
Eilian moving over to the Bob
Rowley t rm Vice Mayor Mai
Eng lander seriously considering
f( r. Metro scat of County
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He recently celebrate! hi> 60th bir rtda>
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-y: -.' |us rough and tumble" countenance is made to order. Off
it's one of the most inoffensive persona'-'^ imaginable. stag, however, he rakes his audience with scorn and malice, and they
love it He picks on one and all. big ana small He's featured a! the
Muskateer room of the Deauville. In the same hotel's Casanova room,
the zany Ritz Brothers are appearing through Sunday.
Another very funny fellow is rotund and puckish Buddy Hacketl
who's making his first appearance at the Diplomat Cafe i ristal Bui dj
rung with Jack Paar for a tour of Japan in the i ar fu-
ture, working on a forthcoming TV spectacular the latter is gel
ready for a date after he leaves his late, late show. Songstress Jennie
Smith and dancers Lita and Cortez are on the bill with Hackett
Dick Shawn, former Miami Beach resident, is relurnir.g to take
the starring role in "Come Blow Your Horn," opening Tuesday at the
Coconut Grove Playhouse.
Copa City is offering one of the best right club buys in town, with
Belle Barth starring in the show, plus a complete dinner. Total i> $4.95
That's for food and beverage, or choice of either. Load' ef -tars have
caught Belle's riotous act. including Alan King, the Barry Sisters,
Milton Berle. the Ritz Brothers, and many more.
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WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES: Plentv ol ho.pis tit on
the world premiere of "Lover Come Back'' at the Oiympia Beach
Gables and Shores. Ton> Randall, one of the star?, is in I for thi
The comedy. :n color, also stars Rock Hudson Doris Day. and
Edie Adams. It's a sophisticated comedy, highlighting trials and'
tribulations of advertising executives, not forgetting ir romantic
pursu the cay's work is done.
Ifs ironic that while Edie Adams is in one local first-run movie,
her la*e husband, Ernie Kovaes. is seen in his final screen role in
another. "Sail a Crocked Ship,'' co-starring Robert Wagner and Do-
lores Hart. The crazy and delightful comedy c' boat hi-jacking is
a* the Paramount, Coral and Boulevard.
La^rerce Harvey Geraldin< Page and Rita
mirably in Tennessee Williams' dramj I i ve affj
- doctor. "Summer and Smi kc i' at th( Cai
-. 163rd ?' ssex Theatres.
Hex:- .er are a \ar...\ : excellent reservei seal wide-screei
giants rhe} ..-e thi :t;.:
rinj oren and Chart; n Hestcn, I :_ R greal
'- >.de Story.' at the Sheridan: an' "Judgn ni ..; N rem-
a powerful indictment of Nazi injustice, ..-. the Lincoln
The Lincoln Theatre announces that the screenplay. "Judgment
at Nuremberg.' is no longer or. a reserved-seat I .-.- and that prices
have new been reduced.
Bobby Breen. star of stage and scrt:. ..- headlining thi bill at
the Cinema Theatre. The Yemenite-. .- : Israeli trio,
are a'K featured together with Leon Schachter and Gitei St* :n Car-
men Jones.' Starring Harr> Belafonte. is the screen attraction.
* *
MORE ON NITERIES: Vic Perry, the theatrical pickpocket, who
is currently at Murray Franklin's is a many-faceted gentleman. His
current reputation as "The King of Theives" or, the entertainment ;
circuit is an extreme contrast to his distinction as one ol the 100 master
chefs honored with the "Chevalier de Gastronomie Francaise" awards.
He stars in the new Murray Franklin fun-fest along with hold-
over*, Kay Carol* and Tommy, Freddy Ro*t. Frantcie Hyers, Cookie
and Don and the leader of the laugh colt, Murray Franklin.
Shoshar.a Daman, or.e of Israel's great singers, who is heading
the Monte Carlo's successful Israeli revue. "The Land of Milk and
Honey." is one of the most "in demand'' performers around town. Miss
Damari and the talented Sabra dari..r> ind singers will ho doubling
;r.ri tripling between the Exodus room revue and :U:i many other
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Soutt
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ktty.'s Mother
lies in Mobile
pianut! Lubel. local attorney, at-
ded funeral services in Mobile,
, for his mother. Annie, 79,
pass-ed away Jan. 31.
rs. Lubel. a resident of Mobile
fM|59 years, was a frequent visitor
t*iami.
Surviving are five sons in addi-
tion to Manuel; three daughters;
ajggranclchildren; 13 great-grand-
cMklrrn: two sisters, including
Minnie Kessler. of Atlanta.
Mrs. William Clein. of Miami;
two brothers. Hyman Jacobs
J. B.-Jaobi. both of Atlanta.
Bel-vices were Feb. -; with Numao
Funeril Home in charge.
BARNEY FOX
I 67. of 6S01 Colllna ove He I Feb. 4.
He :..- president at Fox Shoe Manu-
'' '"-i h>w Y.k. i n>t
treasurer o( the New York Clt Shoe
<'lub f.>r i year*. Services *ere in
New fork with Riverside Memorial
Chapel In ctrirve locally.
ROBERT JACOB GLASS
6T. of l*n NE iT&th st.. il-l r H- oame here *-lx years ..,?.. from
Long Beach, N.-Y. Sumylng .-.re Ms
>tr-. Reve, hi* m .the- n! :, |lter.
Home." WW* FVb' Be***MB*
VILMA ABRAHAMS
II s\\ (., He i Peb I
cemi here ir >ei *u- Iron
Heetou, 9.C., ind i.....ill
irt rlnn- r with he H nnnarlni
i Co., in lex .......i Hi i.
i Pin \ i> Ing re er ii isli ind
and a brother Se ilees wen
N V II I] m Fu
In i --
HIRSCR STRACHMAN
71. "S.'.ii Byron av-.. die I Fob. I. He
Wae 1 realty broker. Surviving :ir-
hi~ wirv. Bessie; a son. Bui I; th"ee
daughters. Mrs. Rose Kaplan. Mrs.
I Rebeer-i Purges and Mrs. Pauline
, Bchwarta: twn brother* end a lifter
Services were Feb. t In Newman Fu-
neral Hum-.
Services were Jon. Si
Memorial Chapel, Alton rd
Riverside koee were in Brooklyn w't'- Rlveretdi
. Memorial Chapel n .-.-. ,'e.
MRS. IDA HUBERMAN
76. of 151 NE .'.'-'n.l s;.. died Jan. 80.
.She came here li years ago fro
Brooklyn. Surviving are two inns. In-
oiuiiink' Jack, aril i daughter Serv-
ices were in Brooklyn with Riverside
Memorial chapel in charge
HARRY STROLOVITZ
73. of "W Abbott ave.. oi-'l Jan. -'.'I.
He came here i", \-.ii-.. (|{,i from
Montlcello. N.T. He was a member
of Temple Ner Tamld. SiirvJvIng are
his. wife. Cecelia: three di ighters, i- -
eluding Mrs. France* Krister; ou
filler and s\ ni.i,.i.in,.,| ,qfeTi>'
DAN D OANIEL3
.' ..... n I : 3. Be
hen 27 I ; i otn New
.i" u.i- ..v eh en
i om mion F i m than I".
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ciI .mi i nd .tiii :
' "g i th- M. News. Sir-
- i -' v i r i I, .'
ABRAHAM 3ROOKS
.":>. ..' r ij Jef'e son i< die I Ion. I
131. II.....I'll.- here I." yea b isro
New V irk ml .% i i red mles- I
in m Surviving ire his wife. B'anche
a daughter, Mrs Ruth Bom
two brothers and three grandchildren
Sei i ei i'i X V irk w ;- : r
don Funei ii Hiim .....hn11
MORRIS BERMAN
if 1114 A hi rd -Ii- I Ian II Hi
i me her i i;.. cm r
i 'nun and is thi retl el .....r '
n iii'iim u I...... eg -' He
w is in mber ol the M a ii ,:. c
Elks NHlge. the Oil.l Peilou i
Ti rnpli I : fho'o n r Un
his wife. Annli r\\ ,i-> _i>- ~ --
I'nv i I Newm n an I M h irles
I reefle I, ind two ftn i: r-
LEVER 5-A LEVER 5-A J
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SIDNEY EFRONSON
YOUR $0U7H MIAMI CITY COUNCILMAN
ATTORNS YAclive in Civic Work
MEMBER Zoning A Plannirv) Board of South Miami
MARR!0-2 Children VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE
Pd i Pi
ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13
PULL LEVER 10-A
VOTE
Ronald G. Singerman
FOR YOUR
SOUTH MIAMI COUNCILMAN
Pd Pol Adv.
FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT RE-ELECT
JEAN H. WILLIS
TO YOUR SOUTH MIAMI COUNCIL
PULL LEVER 11 A
Tuesday, February 13th
For Continued
REDUCED TAXES
' v .
FOR SOUND AND INFORMATIVE GOVERNMENT
I VOTE FOR
II. H. PARRISH
FOR YOUR
South Miami City Councilman
Pull LEVER 8-A
Tuesday, February 13th
.
MRS. HANNAH WEISS
73. of 2021 Me-l.li,-i ,x~ He I .1 in. 31. |
sih.- came here -t ears ago from i
Cleveland O. She was i member of I
Te---.li- Bmanu-EI: Hadaasah ond
.lewi-h Home for the aj^ed. Survlv-1
in.- are two sons, Ed word and Wil-
liam: a brother. Frank Heppa: two
slaters an i three i Ich'ldren. s.ri-
i.-es w.-n- Feb. I In Etlveralde Memor-
ial Chapel, Alton 11.
IEARN Fundamental HEBREW
QUICKLY! Alse Jjmes Tonoh, Tefiloh
?ri>ale Itsiens or groups. I prepare
for Bar Mitna/i. liasonable. Ask f
lease message for Jacob, FR 4-9374.
SECRETARY
First Federal Savings
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
decent experience nd ^ood
skills required. A;e 25 10.
Pe^sonble ind wzW rir^om-
ed. Good b*'i min? MUry,
Vdc#':on '62. Phone r? 3 2iJl
r j- ipp >inti
SATURDAY AND EVENING
INTERVIEWS ARRANGED
=
HKXT A CAB
from 52 iO per day
ABOn MOTORS, Inc.
1451 W. FLAGLER ST.
rhone PR 347*5
Teller Trainee
NO. MIAMI
LITTLE RIVER
AREA
First Federal Savings
Full pay wh'le learning. 3?
csiyt locil office experience
prefer-ed. Age 21-35. ??>
sonable and well g'oo^eJ
Good beginning leUry. v j-
cation '62 Phone fk 3 2553
for appointment.
SATURDAY AND EVENING
INTERVIEWS ARRANGED
BAAL TEFILA KOREH
Will perform Sider'm. Seeking engage-
ment lor Passover week in held re-
sorts. Write B. T., P.O. Box 2973,
Main PostoHiee, Miami 1, Fla.
won ftK.vr
NEWLY OECORATED
AIR-CCNOITIONEO HALL
i lor Weddings, 8or Mitisahs, Pnr
'lies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall
Call the lroiit. Center Hall
HI 6oi'5
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE C'RC'-'1" C"IRT ^^ ""'"
ELEVENTH'JL'OIC -L C'RfU'T OF
FLORIDA IN ANO ?Ofl OA3E
COUNT' N Z- PV.
No. S2C 1311
.IAMKS W. H- !.--". N,
PI tin
\ -
l.Ti'ii I .: ii !.- N
!>.!. ii Ian:.
NOTICE 8V =U3L'CATON
TO: I -"'J K "" -" >N
Reslden 'nknoa :t
\ IV ARK HEtth.BV M K] If L I li
a HH lint f-r Dl ircv '" -
ii...-. .',.! i- I v -r ARE
HEREBY REQ.I [REP sen
copy -! i"ir A- v -'
Complaint on the tiff's Ail irne
BEN .-- s j I ''' '
B illdlng, M mi !. Florida mil lie
th.. orialn il ms< n tti ifflce
the "lerk if the C urt on or
!.. | M iri !'.''' I '82. in def i II il
Which (h Bill of -- -lint will he
t.i'.i-n i- nfes- malnsl j
Date i i- -!" V 6-h. I -.
E LEA '"Hi RM XV
Circuit !o t. I ide i '- I Elm
Iteal) >:> K M LYMAN,
; v "-
PULL LEVER 2-A to RE-ELECT
PAUL U. TEVIS
YOUR South Miami MAYOR
Vote Tuesday, February 13th for
Continued Dignity and Harmony
in Government with
Reduced Taxes
-
NOTICE 3Y PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCUIT COUPT OF "-
ELEVENTH JUOIC AL CIRCUIT Of-
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DAD-1
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
No 62C 1319
HELEN ANM-.Ti E McELWEB,
Plaint ff,
v.-.
.! ..-!: I' McELAVEE,
I 'eleniant. |
ilJiT FOR DIVORCE
TO JOSEPH McELWBE.
: - il No AF AF 12fl2s:'.|
ISttii Suppl) s |uadron
.-. is:
i- ii Air I -ce B-'se. N Ca i
"i !i -'!' McEl WEE, ir h -
'> i I B'll f '- i'i II
Divorce has b filed teainal
; i .1 -- :> red t serve i
,... .. Petdlna to
if pla'i in the Plj.1
- r Pili 'H.Vi ixn EXR-
...... Roa I B-l
Ml '. r'l Mi. II l li
i l i the
-fflei i
i- .: m -Hi da) .f
March fall t......
i ;.. (nit 'i
i- U-mai t
In the I'll la'nl
1 >ha publl; I
- ii i- nsei i\ a
., il'MMAN
\ ini> on i :rei > at v
I : i '.-
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'
[seall By: K M LYMAN
1 ..
RIl'HMi N FARBBi:
Bj !-...' -
VI -
IN TH CIRCUIT COURT Of -- :
ELEVENTH JUOICAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR OAO
COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No. <)2C KM
M \ H 1.
p
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1 ,\MKH i" MIN
1
NOTICE =v n. =.'_ICATlON
TO JAMES MINOR
. N II (.>,! -. .
Ph la lelphl'. Penns i u
YOC ARI H.EP.I !. N' iTIFIED -
a Utll > im -lal Dlvoi
l .! ind YO i
H EREBY EUQl'l IM" i ii -. \- i v
> iur Ai .--r h BUI if
plaint n the Plaintiffs Atto
BEN EfSe N. i:-j l M Se b I
B illdln n'i -. !" rlda, and I
the nrujl a1 nn In the office of
rli- i--k ..' -lit Court !
!. i .i r Marcl -'' h I -' In del i of
n i-ii ii the BUI -f npla m
t.iken is .....-'.....i Insl you
Dated: P> br i : ""-'.
I.EA I'HERM \N.
Circuit Co t. i 'ounl Horhla
(seill K M LYMAN
; t)
:.-'..-. z
OPEN THE DOOR TO GOOD GOVERNAAENT
Pull Lever 1-A Feb. 13
elect DAVID POPPER
For MAYOR of SOUTH MiAM!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUST
IN ANO FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN ROBAT = .
\) SB142-A
IN RE Esl 11
BEN J V- >WI Z
! -
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Ci rs an! All Pels i ^1
in--; I'll '-'I i Id 1 : I I
Estate
\ -. i nd
i presei in i in leman-fs
which yi -,.,. .; -
tale if BEN JAC >W1TZ I
i :, i-ii.- Cunty, I- ila, l
Count} Ju '--- f i > n
. md is
i Ided In S : ,-i : : l- oil i -
ites, In tl if I thi
Co'irthous Da k'
n Ith n six ca lendai n -nl hs fr
: i ,ii li
oi'i -,--.' pI be ha' r- I
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First f this no i
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IN THE C'RCU.T COURT OF T-
ELV = VTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT 3i-
FLORIOA N ANO FOR DA3:
COUNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. *:c :.-'
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.'. RENZET l.
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KENT, his wife,
Defi ts
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MINA E k :s i -
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Page 14-B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKRKII1 lllVKN
the undersigned, desli '- ;
,., .,., the flctl' town.
Ol'ABDIAN Hi -Mi: MAINTESA.N i
FLORIDA. IN PW3A-
NO. S43C0-C
IN RE I*.-*
WILLIAM II Mil
.... I
ItlVkDIVN IH '.Ml'. >' li....... 1
H', 220 N W Sin A.. M in "nOTICI TO CREDITOR.
,ntend* A: ..v
the Clerk of the Circuit l-
ount) .11" ...
I> vTED- Februar) -. '"-
MIl.T. iN KINU
Coun
BHELDOS DCBLER
ne> for Appll. an
24 Lincoln Rd Miami Be '
i. Fin

v i

mill is
thi
, i -. .1 late
ii I
.1
i
if
[<
are herebj n
which ."",.-
WlllLnii H Ml
I Dad* County, i- '
.,)>.
, \ calendai i I
thi first publli
will be '
11 ited
ila>
BY HENRY LEONA
*R0
Friday, February 9. 1982
LEGAL NOTICE
COMF1 >RT CRAFT INC
(a Fla. Corp.'
Role > n.i
j .. 18-23,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOVICK 18 HEREBY <
the undersigned, dee
b ...-...,- undei thi flctltl
WHOLESALE HARRY.
BEACH CLL'B PATIO
Drive, Kes Bin ayti
I
(j rtno
lila, within
the time of
"Vm.;..!
'fBfficHENEl!'BXRD
A- I'.v- Ul *
First
d> ? {':,
HARRY ZCKERNK K
v:1urn. foi Bxe. utrlx
l*n i.in- ..In K.i Mian I Beach
thai
engagi In
us n.......*
ISC ( < n
.,i ..-* .....in
Miami, Florida
in:, nds to register said nai*
Clerk nf the Cln ull i oi
Count; .Flo
wnh the
I i ia Ii
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY i
the undersigned
.. ler the fi
ARL1 V1T\
: l- Stree I

il
gal
i
SALON
Florida Ii
said n in
Clerk ol tl
it Dad*
......svh\esale harry inv vv,.,,.
HARRY J. CHOl'CHHRlE. Pre* MIONoNNE BRh >N
MARJORIE CHOl'CHERIK. > SMITH & MASDLBR
H I FI8CHBACH
Attorney f"i Applicant
19 Went Flagler Btri I
Miami It, Florid i
S 9-18-23
Attorne) I
Mlgnonne Breton, do a
CARI.YLE BEACT1 SALON
B> Harr; B Smith
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

IT OF
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB_
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CRCUI
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 360 (EATON)
JAMES A. WELKER. -i\:
Plaintiff,
vs.
SARAH JANE WELKER
Defendant______
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO SARAH JANK l'i-KKR
Beskieace L'nkaown
TOU, SARAH JANK WELkER,
hereby notified that a Bill
plaint for Divorce baa
against you, and you are
serve copy of your
Pleading to th. .
th- Plalntlffa attorney-, r \ "
hanlt Of Gottliar.lt. Christie -
ard 4'vn Ainaley Building, Miami .
Florida, and file the original Answer
or I'leadinn in the office of the I lerk
of the Circuit Curt on ol before the
itth dav of March, IMS ii you i
to do so. judgement by default w
be taken against you for the relief
,nded in the Rill of Com*
This notice shall i. publlahed once
each week fur four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at
Florida, this 2nd day of v
A" B. B LEATHERMAN Clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade Count* i
( .. ,., Bj U CAVALARIS
Deput) Clerk
F E Qotthardl ol i lotthardt.
Chrlatle A Shepard
linale) Bull
Mia nil 12, Fla PR
attorney fo PI Intlfl
an
of corn-
been filed
.. i i"
Answer or
Bill ,.f Complaint
attorney, r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Gl\ EN
the under* gned, deslr n to engage in
.. under the fiotlt ou name
MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE
f)9 North Miami Avenue.
Florida intend to reg -' -
with the Clerk of the i
"** C '""'lE^SSHEISFELD
BARNETT PHIL.UPS
HAROLD GOLDMAN
Attori v inn
20 S E 1st Avenue
Miami, Floi Ida
Mi iml
aid name
lit Court of
S-9-14-23
,:.|
Miami
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCL'T OF
FLORIDA. IN ANQ FOR OiOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1272
WALTER C DEUJADO
Plaintiff,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. M9a5-C
IN RE Esl "
GERTRCDE SMOl.EN ik >
GERTRCDESMOLENsk^
NfJTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per. .ns Ha\
ing Claln > or Dem inds Again*
Ybu are herebj notifli d in l req ill
ed t" present any claim- ai
... u have (gainst
th estate of GERTKCDE SMoI.EN
a k .. QERTRCDE SMOLENaTkl di -
late : Bode C mnt r
. -. | Igi r Dade <
. i file the same In du
....
. In thel
v Courthouse i
, within si\ i
on h-i
.: or i i e will
l ..if. I it Miami !
.f janua. i. a I' : -
HAROLD MANN
As Adti aisl
ARONi iVITZ, SILVER i -
... :'
IN THE ClRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 834
I ~ ;1 E \.-' iN IR '- V'i ''
of Vet. ns Affairs
Cnlte i 81 ites v n
..... r. -.and his "
. as
PI r-1 iff.
BI'RTOn'l WHAUN i t ANN V
K V.HAL1N
I i-feti.hints
NOTICE OF SUIT
Th Bl'RTOS 1. WHAUN I
ANNA K WHAUN. h
Residence Inknuin
YOV ARE HEREBi NOTII IE
i suit has been brought against
by .1 S GI.EASON, IK v In
trator of Veterans Affair*, an
. I'nlw i Stales I An i
hta .-., essors In auel
' ,.t theli ....... | -. mortga
following described
:.. REVISED PLAT
OP a PORTION Or THE FIRST
VDDITION TO CAROL CIT1
,,.r,ling t,. the plat there..! r.....rded
in Plai B nk '" il P if* Si of the
publi. re. i- if Da le C >unty, FIm
1 i
ind \ .. i i '
swer with the Clerk of the Circuit
, -,. .r; .. |. ,,|e C lUnt} V or i it the
I ..i da Courthouse In Miami. Florida, "n ,.r
bef. re Fel I '" >-:i'-
sucl answer upon lA\ ll>
p CATSTiIAN, Plaintiff's ittoroe>
Id -- FI.
gler Street, Ml iml J2. F or-
if ore slid date ..- re-
iws
implalm -
,K.... ,. ..------I bj you ir l a De-
'onfesso --.: :
the inded
DAT1 j i-l\ -I i'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
gned, desli ing l
the flctltl
v \ ill.lNSKI. P V
82nd Aver ie. South
i '
Clerk -I
Hi it
ng.ig. In
i';.- name >:'
,i MOO S.W
Miami, Florida
vaister said name with the
:h- Circuit Court of Dad*
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THf
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCfcRV
v .. i CHRISTINE Win .
Plaintiff.
HiHN WALTER WRIOHT,
"NOTICE V PUBLICATION
Y ..ii John Waller Wi Ight. i :-
ui,l residence unknown, are req '.i
voiir answ er to ih.....npl
with -in Clerk "I the above Court u I
rv, ...,\ thereof I Hen i n
Cohen, Attorney. U10-I1 Ponn
Itulldini Miami 12, Florida, on .r
. Februan lh. l2.
suit will he taken us coofeaaed Ds 4
. iiinui \ Itith. i "-'
K H LBATHERMvn
i -lerk of the Circuit Court
Bv:E. H l.ANWiv
DeplltV ( lerli
1 l-2, !
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
,,N AMO l-OH OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54993-B
IN RE' Es'ai.- ul
FANNIE BROTHER**
" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I-,. \n i*i. ill i .i'ii vu Pel n
|Ily ',! ,in ,.i I'.-man.Is ,\:.i Dal I
,,.. ii.i.in notified in.i re
null e,| to presi nl anj '! tints ind I
,,, ,,,.u which you ma) havi i
..,,.. .., FANNIE BRl)TH
. .,..,i ..,-. ol Pa i. ounty,
i,i ,, the County Judge* "f l*a-l.-
,-..iniv and file the same In I
..in. in the .minty Courthous
il,,i. County, Florida, within six
.,,.].,. months from the date ol i
flrsi publication hereof, or the- -. e
will be I,a' red
- HENRT FACTOR
.- KITH FACTOR
- |Goldman, Goldstein .t l'a- iiar
Attoi ne> -
W. Flagier St.
Miami. Florida J/J.ft-U -
Florida ,,.,,.
N >RM VN NASH. M l>
MAL'RlCE BLINSKI. M D.
IRV1S ; I GiiTTIJEB
v '- Nah* r "T ... ,\- .16 lVg"ctolra*'"or "Demands Against
_______' Estate
N THE COUNTY JUDGE ZCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55023-B DOWLING
WILUAH HENRT RICHMOND,
| ""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, To All Creditor* and All Person- H ,
IS
her-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
S HHKKl.t tHVEN thai
... engage In
._- :(._ fi ... name ,.i
- K1BITORS it -N E
. n VI iml Bea. h Fla in-
. nj, ( ..j .... ...in in.- nil the
I, .. .... -ir. ill Court of Dad*
- Florid*
VK GRl -SSM VN
PACL KWITSEY
\- for Applicant
4J.. Lin. i'ii It" "I
I i-Jv : -'-:
You. and each f you
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you. Ol
either of vuu may have against th
Sute of WU.I.IAM HENRY RICH
MOND deceased late of lmde County,
Flond.. to the HonorahU County
ludcea of Hade County, and file tr.e
same in their office* in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
uithia six calendar months from
date "f th.- first publication her...
Said claims or demands to
leK.,1 address of the claimant -
th
af ir
'
'
\ I
CHt'A DEI.U M
I tefendant
NOTICE TO APPEAR
T' BERENICE fH'HH
Residem l nk
Yo are herebj n tlfleil i
for dlvon has been I
in the above tl Ii I
..... red to servi
-, -..-. r oi
I'.mplaint on tl
GEORGE N MacDOSEI.L BIs-
M ami F
file the oi iginal of thi
offlo* of th- Clerk of the '
.... tl
Man h,
if you fall to do s idgi
d-faalt ill be taken ralnsi
... .. i..
i -. plaint
DONE AND l iRl 'EREl i
i lade mtj. Fl rlda tl .i..^ of
y- bruan A.D
E B LEATHERMvn
Clerk, Circuit ('ourt
Iseal) Bj K M LTMAN
I wputy Clerk
. -.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No 62C 1205
MARTHA INEZ Ol 'MEZ
Plaintiff.
ANTuNlo GOMEZ.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: ANTONIO Hi 'MEZ
Y.>11. ANT. .Nil i GOMEZ, i
by notified that a BUI ,-f Complain!
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serve I
copy of y,,ur Answer ,.r Plead I
the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. AI.VIN N WEINBTEIN,
M 112 Blacayne Bldg., Miami 82, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer -,r
Pleading in the office ,,f the-Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 12th
day of March, 1st! If you fall t"
do so. Judgment by default will be
taken against you f,-r the relief i--
manded in the Bill ,.f Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week*
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
IK>NE AND ORDKKKl- al Miami
Florida, this 2nd day of February.
A.D. 1SK2
E. B. LEATHER-MAS. Clerk.
Ciccuit Court, Dade Count) Florida
(seal) By: M CAVADARIS,
Deputy Clerk
2/9-16-2J. 3,2
NOTICE UNDEB
FICTITIOUS N KV LAVA
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NOTICE ^ N3 =
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOTICE 1> HER :iY GIVES
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the
RA HA S VV
Mlan I ntel
regist. i id name
the '' It Coun
PI irlda
WILLAR ELE
II Ri iBERT KOLTNi >W
Attorne) for Wllll ir i L Sl
"i29 W. r Si it
Miam -'
2 2-9
LEv rHERM >N
Clerk of 1
I
M CA V AI.ARIS
1... itj Clerk
DAY 11 A.'.-MAN
il m E Flagh Si
'Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 02C 835
.1 s ill EASON, JR., as Administrator
0i \\.-. ins Afl '.--. an I ifflcer ol the
l |te I States il v .' i his
...... (.u.-h office ind hi
.signs
11.. ni
.!, .UN il MAl'.X and ESTHER
<: MARKS '
11. fen lants
NOTICE OF SUIT
,-,. .1. .'IN D M VRN II
ESTHER R MAKES hit
I'nknown
1 ARE HEREBI Si iTIFIED that :
. ighi igain-- > '
- ..' VSON lit ,- V
Veterans AI ,
ted States of \'i i. .. and
:. I his
In the ibove-eni Itl. .1
tl
h following di i ii- ,1
-,, i sworn to and presents I is
said or same will be l-air.-l
Section 733 l of the IM6 Probate A
Dated January 2iith. A.D. 1 ."-
EILEEN RICHMOND
\. Administratrix of the Esl
. WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND,
I leceased
| |.9-18 -

NO'CE _ND=R
fictitious name law
notice hereby given i h
.... .
'
WAI.T.Vl \N AN'1 l H EN at I -
.: inten I I registei
said name with the Clei f t hi
. | p ide iunt> Fl n
IRVING WALTMAS
ERT N 'II EN
l : .-:'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PR03AT
No. 54911-A
IN RE E ,
MAi'l-E SCAVELLA
Dec-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and A P sons H iv-
... i' Lima ii Demands Agalnsi Said
ti
You ire nareb) notified and requir-
ed to present ilms ind de-
mands which i -'a may have
the estate of MACDE SCAVELLA de-
, eased I ite if 11 ide -' mtj. P
to tii- Count) Judges -f Dnde Coun-
ty, an-l Vile the same :n duplicate and
tded .n Si :>. Florida
Bi ii -.-. In thi r offli in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Klor-
Ida, within six i inths fi om
the time ,,f -h- first publication here-
of, or the same will be bai
Dated at Miami Florida, this 11th
day of January, AD, 1^6-J.
First publication ,.f this notice on
the lsth day of January, lags'
KVA HEl'BIRS
As Administratrix of th- Estate
of Maud- Scavella, L>eceased
HAROIJ> SHAPIRO
I Attorney fur Eva Hepourn.
| Administratrix
I 927 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach. El i.
1/19-2S, I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 315
AL.PHONSO THOM s
PI ntiff.
\ s
1,11.Y MAE THOMAS,
I .efendai
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl LILY MAE TH- ..MAS
I VI Ii 1'nkni.un)
You. LILY MAE THO M v s in
:.-.ib> notified that i BUI ,: C im-
plalnt f-ir Divorce has I.....-i filed
igainsl > i ind you ire required -
Serve COP) Of >.,ur Ans\.....
Pleading t,, th- Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney. MARVIN 1
WIENER 113 Ainsle) Building. Mi-
ami 3^'. Florida, and file the original
Anawer >r Pleading in th- ,,ffi.....i
the Clerk -f the ."-.r. :i: Court on >r
bef,re the lsth day of February, IMI
If > ,u fail to do so. judgm-nt by de-
fault will be taken agalnat )
th- relief d-manjed itl the Bill of
daint.
This notice shall be publish-.I ,n,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of January.
A.D. IMt
E B LEATHERMAN, dark,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
, Seal I By: K II LANWAY
1 Krputy Clerk
MARVIN I WIENER. Es*
913 Ainaley Building
Miami 32. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
1/19-26. 2/2-9
. ... to -wit
.1 WEfcTWOOD
, LAKE Ing to the plal
rdi i in Plal H
rtge 29 rda of
id. Florida;
, required l file ) our an-
:' | ide i' mi t) I- lor la .' h.
Miami Fl irlda ,,n or
ii 26, : ''. ind I sei i
. Ii ni-,.. upon DAVID
.' iTS'M \N Pin In i iff's attorne).
, |di ess is 14th I it 101
East l : ._' Street Ml iml 12, Flor-
, ..... .. ,s re-
... the laws of Florid if you
fail t -i the complaint ...
taken ... fi .....I '.... s i ind i De-
cree Pro *onfesso will i,.- enteri I
if ir the reh.f demanded
In the complaint
:i. tiii ^ith da) ol lanuary,
R B I.E.VTIIEUM \N
Clei k if the circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
seal) M, CAVALARI8,
l leputy CU-rk
DAVID P CAT8MAN
: tth t- .,' -i i: PI igler St
Miami 32 Florida
I 26,2 2 |
IN THE ClRCU.T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOi
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1051
THE WII.I.IAMSI'.l K.'.H
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff.
\ >
KIT 11 I'AT ri'Ks. >N, etc -'
I i-len.lants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO KIT II PATTERSON and
mill i led, hi i iinkn-.w n BOO IS
ii alive --! if d.ad. her unhn .
..........,
Ignees, Hi nor*, ci ill
I || i ha\ ii
. lining to havi an)
or Inten.....;-
described hei eln
You are hereby notified that t"
, tl ... action
stum.-.! against you In the -
...nit ,.f til.- Judicial Cln ill .1
.... ,,!, I
eiose .. mortgage upon the follow
Ibed real ;. iperl
Lul 6, BliH-k 103 rhll l v,i I
i'.,.,,i Clt) iccording to thi
reol i.....led In Plal B s.
Page 93 ,.f the Public Records
l i.i i.- i 'ount) Florida
You ai.- required t" file you
suer to plii omplaint w '
Clerk of the aforesaid Cou I
servi a cop) the..-of upon plain:
attorne) MARTIN FINE 14th F '
Dade Federal Building, Miami
i loi da, not i iter than March 5
or a Decree Pro Confeaao I I '
. -,i againal ou
Dated Januar)
E B LEATHERMVN
. 'lerk 'if ih.- Circuit C mrt
...Ii B) K M LTMAN
Deput) i'U-rk
MARTIN KINK
Attorney foi Plaintiff
14th l-.....i Dade Federal Building
Miami ".:'. Florida
N,.ti.
th.UII.-l
.f City
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 51827
IN RE Estate of
TH.I.IK SLONIM,
I I..... .s-.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
I ips ..r Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you "may have against
the estate of TU.I.lK SLONIM de-
ceased in.- ,f Dad.- County, Florida,
to the i'minty Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in their offices | der
in the Countv Courthouae In Dade-I
County. Florida, within six calendar,
month* ir,.m the date of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
ESTHER DEAN.
As Administratrix, C.T.A.
HARRIS.'. ROBINSON & WEISSEL
Attorneys
Dade Federal Building
Miami 32, Florida
1/19-26.2/2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
FILE NO. 52244
is herel.v given that Nl
W. Biagel holder as assign
,.i Ml iml Tax Sale Certlfl
Numb.-red HSg, dale,!
June. A.D. 19B, has
my office,
for tax
.rdance
the 1st da)
tiled said ''
and ha- '-'
l.....I to l
with law
liflcate in
application
thereon In .,
Certificate embraces the f'l '* '
described properly, situated in D-'0
County. Florida, to-wit:
S i.V of W 71 Lot 10 Horn- B
division Plat i:,.,,k B Page UM
the City of Miami, County of t*iv
state ot Florida.
The aaa*sl*Jn*nl of said property ut"
the Certificate issued was In >
name of I'nknown. 1'nless sail > '
Uficate shall be redeemed ace-r I
to Law, uix deed will issue there.'- .
on th- Tth dav of March, A.D. *
IHited this 30th day of Januar!
A.D. 1962.
E. B LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
(seal) By: B. M. l.KEFBR.
Deputy Clerk ,M
2;2--16-2.. *'


Inday. February 9. 1962
* ItMjcf} flrradlian
Page 15 B
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
C1CTITIOUS NAME LAW
,-,.- :s HEREB\ OIVEN thai
Wr> ._....,, .. ring ti ngage In
,. ,i, r thi fictitious nan
.., i.i- APT8. at SUSji Collins
'N Miami Bea. h, Flo b
... d nami with the Clerk
... ,.,, c uri of L>ad< C
davBXETIA APTS. INC.. .
. i :,,., <
(3111 11 Sens Pr< id< in
i;,. -: Alan '' Si ns, > tai y
\..\ IT/. SILVER & SCHER
. v for Baltlmi i \, l -
, Building
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si Tl< i'. If HEREBY OIVEN thai
.. -_'.: n e t i i, i .
i .- bi uji thi fictltloui iroi
. i I ..-..- rERINU Ci .ii
\ Street Miami, intends
! i gegistel Bald .. thi
of the C ill Com I of Dadi Count>
al Rrr.ENs rEiN. s i
2 J-8-18-23
ft
6lri

12 Fli
i !. 1-2113
I 26, .' -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
., ,T1CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
I Igned, desiring to i ngage Ii
I .. -. and** thi fictitious nanv ol
, (JE n \ APTF ..I 2800 Toledi
. ,,i Corml Qablea, Florida Intend
,!,.:,! said n.iin. with the Clerk
..... rcult Court "f Dadi County,
- GILBERT BENS
- ALAN C SENS
I IRW1N ItAKKIt
ri ,ni iVITZ, SILVER & SCHER
Atti rneys for Vi'ihIm Apt!
\ n y HuildiiiB
2, F"l.i l"U 8-2113 j
i 26 2 2-9-K
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si ICE I* HER1 BY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag. In
i .-.:...-. un .i i thi '.....i
SKYL \K K PLAZ '. It at< d al v
corn.r ; B.Mh St. and N E 19th Avi .
North Miami Beach. Florida, Intends
t< i i aald nami Ith the "Ii rk
,: ii,, i Ircuil Court of Dade County.
Floi [i .,
TULIP REALTY CO,
i il- I i.i >Kll V INC
Bj Sty. D. CaW i \ttj A An nl
2 2-9-16-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOI IS HER] BY '.i\ EN I I
r i eslrlni to engag. In
..- name of
. Salon 'i i 'oral I lablei
Mill Mil< Coral liables, In-
-, -1- : -,-. name will thi
i ,. ii; i '.ii. cii .: i ',o ii I of : iad
i ids
IONALI) il Uli'ii >Y
S N. Y R BROl'DY
-> 2 2-9
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 86S
THE WlLLJAMbBUROH SAVINGS
HANK,
Plaintiff,
\s.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Cnapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
FILE NO. A-20492
\i TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
.,-,,, i w Slegel holder of County
lie Cei tlfli ntc No 1784 Isa u d
-1 da.. "( May. A.D 1957, ha I
. -,,ni. ii in) office, and has ma Ii
., |, n :, i .i ;., \ di i" l" la-
thi reon Bald i rtlfii at< i m-
I ..... i he (, Hi wing di si rlb< d pi i P
, |n :>,. i'. ml i I I >adi State of
i ... to-wil
10 Bli i! Ing Addn., rial
, Pag< : .' in I hi C >unty nf
, state if F Ii Ida
, ., --...-.-in, ; ot >.i .1 prnpi ty un-
irtlflcat. ..- ii tin
w n C Swing A Kathi
r
- -., ii rtlflcali hi
law, the prop-
....... In Kl
, .' at the i
the I '' tl
. 19' hi i. .- th<

IN THE C'RCU T COUP"' "F TMI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
CCUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No 62C f1
ROSE FINKEL8TEIN,
u i.
vs.
s. >1 F'lNKELSTEIN,
hi ff-ntli ni.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SOL FINKELSTE1N
K 111. i... ile.
i ''.< Itth Avenue
Jamaica :<:.'. New York
YOl' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
i I '..nU'la HI lor I HVI r. has
Been nii-ii agadnst you, and Yi'i .\i:K
HEREBY KlXJt'IREP t.. '-rv, a copy
Answer to the liill of Com-
on the rialritlfi Attorney.
isKN ESSEN, ESQ., it-it Seybold
Building, Miami 82, Florida, and fll-
t1;. original an*w the Clerk of th circuit Court on or
before February tilth, lib;, in detaull
. f which Hi*- BUI "i Complaint will in-
tasvn Hf cunfesstd against you.
DATE! I i n lary Wth, 192
E B l.K VTHERMAN, Clerk
Cln-ull Court, Pad< County, Florida
(stall B K M I.YMAN,
Dei ty Oh rk
I 26, :' 2-9-16
I
ii
.

NOTICE FY Pl.'BL CATION
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORiDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 815
R| TH Mil I ER Wl '1'.
P i tiff,
\ -
!

Y


HERMAN,
f Circuit C
..i.i : I
i. II. M
ity Cli


t-e circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit in
t\D FOR DttDc roii' "v
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 666
'.'. ATEII SIGNS and
- McOLYNN,
ilif.-.
,1 H RORB1SS .-KIl'l'Y
liMAN, MEL Al'l.KI'.. MITCHELL
I MILLER, MOLLY HORNE and
iRENCE II VLPER,
i ', ndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
! I. u.f'H ROBBINS
>-t] House Apartmei is
^tunio l, *,'r,;. Collini Avenue
M ami B- BCh, Florida
MITCHELL I' MII.I.KK
Ml 'I LY HORNE
l^isiirt Lakes
<47-' s.w 86th Street
M ami, Pli i.i
-kii-I'Y NORMAN
Cand) stik Loungi
-.'" Park Avenue
Miami Beach, 1 l-rida
i \uf: HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
h been bi ichi againsl j on
I- SEWATER SIGNS anil -I \ M !>
' iil.Y.N!f, plaintiffs, t" forecloae a
i'* rta n l.len mori particularly de-
Mi ih. Complaint filed In ll If
bi i- the fi il"
Fm-rlbed |-ropert> sll uati 1 i-iinl Florida, to-w It
i s 80 ft. ol
k 1 IM'l ', N PR' >NT v M SO
it ; : mi
Ri di ; Ii
' \ \ t.
1 ..:::: I'
, : thai '
\ -, ;
Hail
.. .
i
-
I A.-
- Piorl t latet
:. ill .i .
illanil i
a ti
. \ HERMAN
.-.
" KM i'MAN

HENRY ITGATE and ANN
Kl'GATE, hi- wife, and
ALEX \NI'KK WEIS.S,
li, i, ndants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ALEXANDER WEISS
444? N Bodine Street
Philadelphia i. Peangylvanla
You an hereby notified thi I
ah > captlom >i act Ion has i" en in-
Btli iti 'i against you In tn> Clr; .i
Court of ih.- Judli i il Circuit of Flor-
ida in and f"i I Wi Co inty i" -
closi < mortgage upon tl" following
desci i" 'I :'i prop411>:
I.. i S Block 69 >< FIRST ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY according to th.
P -,i thereol i i rdi d in Plal Book
60 al Page 19 of thi Public Record*
l .,, (",..iiit>. Florida,
You ii '
.... in i lalni :.'int with I
.,: I
thereol on plaintiff I
ltorne> MARTIN FINE, llih i'
Miami
ler 1 ''i.....' -
I I i n.......Ill
. .
Da 11
I n LEATHERMAN
of thi
-... I E. H LA.N
I'. i .
\ FINE
Vtl for Plaint 11
I >ade Federal 1
. Floi a
. -
IN THE C.RCUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 656
El ;i:\\ ATER SIGNS and
JAMES McOLYNN,
Plain)
RALPH ROBBINS, SK1PPY
NORM \N. MEL ABLER, MITCHtLL
P MILLER, MOLLY HORNE and
FLORENCE HALPER,
I > ft ndants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO FLORENCE HALPER
II Riverside Drive East
Apartment IT C
N.-W York. N.Y.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought against you
by EDOEWATER SIGNS and JAMBS
M.i.LYNN. plaintiffs t" foreclosi a
certain Lien mor< particularly dis-,^
crlbeil in th. CompUInt flltd n :1.ih I \v ^\~ ,'."g7i. r -aid nm. with
suit which ii. n encumbers thr :. low-
ing ,i, ., rlbed properts situate In Dadi
County, Florida, to- w I
The E l"" ft. ol ;i" S v" ft. "f
Bli k 1. OCEAN FRONT AMEND-
ED, Plat Book B, Pages J
Ri,,:,!- .1 Dade Coutttj.
Florid i .. k .. 2206 Park Ivel
Ml*n i Beach, ^ Ii i Ida, bi Ii s i
game i i opi I ;1" '' :' '' ''
red from I'ark
Itialty < ti Halpel
: ..: 1 I I
referri '
I -
I"
... ne ii
[11, .1.1 a- -..
- Wl "
. ant,
. i FCR DIVCFCE
R '.......
w n
fre-
ed that a 1 'all I
.
,,, ., |ri d i servi
,-.. i ;, ... Ing t''
I'-aii
..... lames J McVeigh
M-.a'i
.... Pll BI -
-. '
.. ..,.,. th. -
ti ...
. i -.....'
ellel del
' ,
.-.. '-1 in i
;. wteks
HE IEWISH FU'RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al
, .. .. this th daj i January.
V' i:" I: Li: VTHERMAN, Cl< rk
lit O I' I.....'' ,''''.,'.' rta"
B) M l-AV M.AK1>
i puty i'lt rk
,1 \Mh\- J, McVEIGH
Attorney at Law
, .. u Flaglei BJ Miami, Fla.
Attorne) foi Wnlntlfl ., j.j.jj
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni >T i IEHEIIY tllVEN I
the undi sage In
busineti '.......:
Till. I :; aile i inty, Florida
i w 111
the I'.irk e Clu I Co of Di

> '." 'I..\!. I IRP
are Col '
s. '..
26:2
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C EE
EVELYN \T J \r FEE,
Plalnl fi
\-
li IHEPH .'! lA l-'l- .E
i 'i *. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T.' Jl ISFPH M i s*l BE
s.ri4 N Cleveland
Ml mill-. Ti nil. SS4 -
You, .H ISEPH M .1 \h I- EE here-
by notified ih i a Bill of Complain!
for Divon. 1..,. ti. -n filed against
yon. and yon a" i.'t ip-ed r^rvi
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Complaint ..n tm Plaint-
iff s attorney, I'KP.MER, ROSEN Ai
MOFSKY, 120 l.ln.-..ln Road, Miami
Reach 89, Fli rids and file the original
Anawei or Pleading In th< office of
the Clerk if the Circuit Court on or
before th 23rd day of iSferaary, 1962
If you fall I" .1" BO, judniTii-nt by .! -
fault will i" taken against you for
hi- r. Mef demanded In th.- BUI of
Complaint.
Tlii> notlci shall be published onci
each week f*r f*iui constcutlvi week*
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
1'i'NK ixd tiRDERED al Miami,
Pin i.' thin :i-iii daj of January,
A I' 1962
V. n LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuli Court, Dadi County, Florida
(seal) By: C. L ALEXANDER,
l puty Clerk
'i"!"': P'is.EN A M.'t'sKY
tilt i i- Miami Bi... h, Fla.
B> Hi fl Rosen
for Plaintiff
- ... 2 2-1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jenist> i/crOdf/faun
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 442
MARY FL1NTON,
Plaintiff.
OE> 'ROE RI'SSEL FLINTON.
I '. fl ndant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
You. George Ruaael Flinton, -
dress and residence unknown, are i
quired t" file your answer in the
aint with the clerk of in. abe\ -
..nil s. rve a copy then of! I
Herman Cohen, Attorney, 1:110-11 Can-
B .-- Building, Miami 32, Florida,
or befon Februarj ISth, 1962, or '-
suit will 1" t;.k.n as confessed. l>ai ,
Januar> 12th, ii"'i:'.
l: Ii LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: C, P. COPELAND,
Deputy ci.ik
l 19-26, 2 -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREB1 OIVEN tl."
. ii niirni d, desiring i" engage In
i -- ,.:,i, the fictitious name
\l \ \ CLINIC al I0MM) Bli aj
Fla.. Int.
tl
any
l -
-
!> I' -
Sr.-.All.MAN l
'mini Floi
f Dade I
Ui\ie Hkihway, south Miami
in-
tho
1 'ade
Clerk of the Circuit Court "t
Ci unty, Florida
p.. 'BERTS in.
.a Kla. CM p.. Sole >wni I >
i Murraj Smith, Pri Bldent
LEON \ EPSTEIN
x tti ney for *pi H< ant
in Road /s .,
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NOTICE UNDER
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FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
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BERNPTE1N .\ MILLER
Attorney
ini I', ngn ss Building
Mil mi, Florida ,
i 19-26, -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 412
o'l.CSTER M.I.KAN.
Plaintiff.
vs.
BETTYE M I.KAN a k a
BETTYK BRCN8I N,
p. f. ndant.
NOT CF TO DEFEND
TO BETTYE McLEAN, a'. known
a- BETTYE BRCNSON
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EURIPIDES PAPAZOGLOU deceased
iti ol Dadi County, Florida, t" the
Pouni Judges of I de Count). an i
fill th sain, in their off i.i s in th-
Count) Courthouse In l'ade CotsBty,
I within six calendar months
from tlie .late of the first iiublicati'-n
hereof, or the same will he barrei
ATHINA KIKEAKIl'KS
NICHOLAS .-.'LA
Co-Executors
B> Milton Miller
BERNSTEIN A.- MILLER
Attorn< > s foi Executors
r. ni i. bs Building
. F'lorida
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE,
No. 54484-B
IN RE E Ml. ..f
THl'R LIl'-oW
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FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS
PROin r y a y v or\ c i:
T II E A PPOI V T M li XT O I
i Tibor H. Stern
Spiritual leader of llrtli Jacob Congregation
in .Miami llra<-li. Florida
AS
Supervisor of Kashruth
F O R A L I,
FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS

REVEREND JACOB D. KATZ and REVEREND WILLIAM SHUIMAN
IN CHARGE OF KOSHER OPERATIONS
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAl WAY I CORAL WAY I 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
AT S.W. 87th AVE.
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IN HOLLYWOOD
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MIAMI BEACH
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AT MIAMI BEACH
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