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The Jewish Floridian ( February 16, 1962 )

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"ejewish Floridian Number 7 Combining 7HI WISH UNITY end 1HI 1MISH WEEKLY -•'Icrrii. FlorJoc. Friday. Februcrv 16. 1SE2 Thzec Sect.cns — Price l.T. srael Assures Country on Devaluation Effect REPORT BY F.'EW YORK TIMES N\W Diplomats Tag Nikits For Anti-Semitism In Soviet Union Today VORK JTA -. %  iti( atm -pi.r i p< r.ly in the So:. its directly to Soier Nikita Khrushchev. report <>n the situ, T -ws in Ru>.-ia pubSew York Times The report was by Harury, former Moscow of the newspaper. • returned from the Soviet • %  ( he made an extens 11 surgence of anti.: ;ht country. % that "anti-Semitism is -hi •• ir-.its ugly face" in -pecially in the rural : the Ukraine and in some i. | l< issia and the Moldai< .Mr Salisbury rt %  ': % %  .' diplomats (in Moscow) Rothberg Award Sours Hebrew Univ. Conclave %  ay i it's testii Rot hberi i • %  • nal i o! i • : th< HeA ol j, rusa hotel g. a founder ol th< cf Ecoi bccii Sciences of th< Hel • > • < mb< r i i the • i ••: %  itti ai d naVmericai Recer.tlj elected m -: chairmai for Stati I I Bonds, he ha.served believe a prir->e fae'er in the crec' :r\ cf an c'-rssphere c* permisi ve anti-Semitism is insensitivi'y en the Jewish question by Prerritr Khrushchev. The SeCen'ir.uec en Pa^e '.it Pound Three to the Dollar; Loan and Mortgage Holders To be Given 'Compensation' /.UUASiJOCK COMA! ,.. princ'po : -.ii-kt2,000 Leaders Expected At Israel Bond Conference Sff SIC. C PAGES 1 I With lb< official opening of th< drivj ir Miami ntxt weekend. Americi I. c%  launch a massive effort to dramal populatihsj i( vasl Negei desert thai occupies more -.hap hi totai area of the State of Israel. !n kee] ins ;h the occasion. the 1962 inaugural conierenct will RECOG^.'I^OW South Florida an impres————— .,;. of national leaders 1 1 Jewry— m< n am i mer BV< I een the backbi na i Israel in North Amend •..-: two decades Feetured will be the celebration of the 70th birthday of Edd.e Car.tor, who has been in the forefront ef many major activities for Israel in the United States for more than 30 years. Arabs Must See Light ~ Bowies JTA —A: :.--• %  •Go • ar. of Los Angeles •%  %  : :. ".. : —F :.-%  ; %  • • %  Loir. 1 • Ir : r.< % % % %  .i '.hi • -• ra • %  •• •epay menl %  '• ane-thir I • n .. •. for thi in_-. .. the Isn value ol SUCH I atici planni A soi! la! tramfars. • :•. %  are ncv eins. chai : fere is. -. ikol this w ; : .. % %  • conoi Israel's P< | r ram lasl I Israi I poi Quiz German Vets on Six Million Figure \\ JTAl— A rii'h! wing G ... %  veterans publication .. -, this -week in it.> current at %  number ol 6.0OO.I Jewisl v ictims of I highlj exaggerated \dmittinf that "unfortunate" reds i thousands of Je i • bi-monthly "D zeitung" declared ai cl< Ti e Tr u t h Abo schw tl at a large numi : Pi 1 a d Russian Jews d: .. • v n killed in war ti n • hunger in So\ %  I •--""Ce,; --.'es oc ct i-L :. sfia under unbearable work di ioi during the war. "The population of Israel t: day encompasses 2,000,000 H compa-ed with 200,000 baton rha war, and therefore not ii many Jews could have beemurdered as Jewish statistician-1 c'aim," the Soldatemeitung say; Continued from Page 3-A : .-. ;bi ( %  nference pn gram •.. • -. Kit tribute t< Car that the goal of thi dim er i? the sa!< lota of $15,001 000 to launch tn< -.( which m u s t product %  -• 500.000 in Bond sales for :i<€2. Th attainment of this objtct:\t c*.n : ffi • % %  ••' : ,ht Vral • : %  '• % %  .• r I sti : :• this statement 1 :h< %  %  here. He e; asizsd mat Senate Bars Construction For Campus Faith Facilities Continued on Page 11-A ( .,-:• nc< %  major sourci of who habeen close); identified with Israel Bonds, will bead thf entertainment program dedicated to Cantors birthday. c lineup of ncted celebrities wb< I will come to Miami lor the %  dudes Edward G I. binsoi Centipued on P9 't* :. • | •%  He a so expresied 'he epiniofl thain such situation! as 'he t Eb't impass* it mght be best to pjt the conflict "on ire-' jn; find o'her ways to Distr il ear's UJ^ as unable tc be ecausi ess. *aring sum Warburg ha ed 'he sha-ply increased giving to U:A ; Specia 1 Fund "This year s starting ivrr ire odes g'fts to 'he Special Fund cf over 55 percent more than the total given by the same contributors to UJA in 1961/ he s-jted Wha' was •c :ts here snoi d se've as s" 1 indies' (Ml -' ho great th needs seres required a conference c mittee ti resolve the differem : thi vi til .. the Senate rejected in endmi I, offered by Sen. San E vin. North Carolina Democrn. ii would have barred any : the bill to all private church-supported colleges. The imunity Relations Ad•>• Council had sent a telegra 'i s, urging such i i • At the the same time, President Kennedy sent an omnibus S5.70D.000,000 Federal aid to education measure to Congress, in which he again asked for funds for pubc and secondary classroom construction and teachers salaries. As he did last year in asking for simi.ar funds, the President InI ited that Constitutional provisions bar'ed allocation of such funds to parochial and other pn.a'e schools. n, led h bi gged the Continued en Page 5-A



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Friday, February 16, 1962 •> Annfcfi fhrkMatr) Page 3-A Dr. Sacks Opens Brandeis Univ. Lecture Series :*. I. ftllTON SACKS INP Leaders Off o New York Leon J. Ell, president of the Jewk ; \at al Fun i Of Greater Mi t am unced this week that a [elegation of local leaders will pave ii New York to discuss plans | establishment of a MiJmi-spoi • red city in the Negev of irael. Joining Ell on the trip will be hbbi .yer Abramowitz. president ol the JNF Southeastern reIs.i:: I %  Irving Lehrman, chairhail HI :he Foundation for Jewish jiationa Fund, Johan L. Berman. Lvmai >enbaum. Sol Goldman, j. •' Greenhouse, Dr. Zev W. I an (1 Julius Rosenstein. • occasion, the local group Mil alsc attend a B'nai Zion testi. the Waldorf Astoria in I i lendel N. Fisher, recent| • %  retiri' leader of the Jewish Nan'.al 1 (I of America for the past years. launching of the new city -• gev by the JNF Council lere wil take place at an inaugurI • 'Hi Mar 11 at the FonjDiiiebU. hotel. German War Vets Quizzed Ccr-inued from Page 1-A In another article., the periodical qL'estiored the authenticity of Nari atrocity pictures. Dr li'vink van Dam, secretaryneral : the Central Council of • ii German) Irew attention • wee'fi to the violently anti. %  'ior" of numerous read', • lett printed in West Gertan m: gazines and illustrated | spapi • • [n art article in the iirrent -sue of the Allegeroeine ichenzeitung der Juden in Deut.'hland. the leading Jewish paper VVesl Germany, Dr. van Dam I'M %  ssed suspicion that such Sen tic persons were behind '• anti-German letters that refitly iu pean • • I te press, beartypically Jewish signatures I Shrinks Piles Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain NewYork,N.Y.(Special)-Forth first time science has found a new hi aling substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemor' ids, stop rectal itch and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results Were o thorough that sufferers {nade astonishing statements like Pilea have ceased to be a problem!" I In secret is a new healing substance Feb 26. 8:15 p.m., at the Algiers hotel. Lecturer is Brande's as-> ite professor ol politics. Dr. I Milton Sacks, whose tonic will b "M->'or Problems of American Far Eastern Policy." Dr. Sacks is an e x p e r t on Southeast Asia and Africa. He received the MA degree in government from Yale University in 1952, where he studied as a Cowles Fellow, and the PhD from Yale in I960. His background includes service with Military Intelligence in India and an assignment with the Far Eastern division o> the Office of Intellvnence and Research, Department of State. There will be two additional Brandeis lectures in the current iraduate School fcr Advanced series On Mar. 26". the lecturer Studi s in Social Well will be Dr. Leonard W.*Levy, assoThe lectures are open to memi in .; facultj and dean ol >,ers ,,i the local Brandeis I niver the Graduate School. On May 28. sity Club, as well as members ol the speaker will be Prof. Robert Brandeis University Women's Morns, associate professor oi comCommittee, Miami Beach and Mimunit) p a •„ Florence Heller ami chapters, and ihe i guests. Farband Exec To Appear Here A reception and parlor meeting will be held in honor of Jacob Katzman on Friday evening at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. M Chomitz, 4458 Sheridan ave., Miami Beach. Katzman is associate general secretary of Farband. tihe Labor Zioni< Order. He has served in the movement in various executive capacities since 1932. Katzman ha been national secretary of the Young Poale Zion Alliance-Habonim, and executive secretary of the Labor Zionist Organization of American-Poale Zion. He served for three and a half years on the editorial s'aff of the Boston edition of the Jewish Daily Forward and later as cable ecitor of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He was for several years an associate editor of the Reconstructionist Magazine. During World War II. Katzman served as a lay chaplain with the Armed Forces in the European Theatre. JACOB KATZMAN with the Lebediker Branch w held Thursday evening, Feb. Ihe Normandy Isle Branch of Following the Friday meeting here, there will be a Monday afternoon session with Katzman and all Farband branches here at 842 wgton Federal Savingai Washington ave A special meeting Assn. ill be 22. at WashI m %  ::::->:::;:;:;:::::;::: %  :;.•: %  •: %  Dade Federal IS Wi PLACE TO SAVE! L/. .*,.: na **** §6.6 ~Vf &s^ i %  i Dade Federal od ds liberal dividends to your savings dollars.. 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Friday; February 16. 1962 +JkmiM$i Ikfid&r, Pcoe 5-A SHARtll m MAJOR ADDRISS UJA Launches 62 Drive With $19,303,000 Tally Continued from Pa?e 1* *rd an inspiring exampl* of ;-i spirit in which Ihey must be r I' %  \ -;. Fund is a SJo.. which is being sougn: r ••( ver and above" the tloi ors make ,i a campaign goal ol pi rpi -i' ito finance n ;.i increased immigration ., I rael and i ther lands. Share!!, tdrmer Prime s ir ol Israel and chairman ol i-h Agency, who was one ol c ,pal speakers al the din,, the 300 Jev ish leadi rs i rovision ol h-.lp to to. immigrants is the responsi. ol both :hc Israeli people n ol the free world, particu... tii United States. ci ol H-who have visite ain centers ol assembly of pecs no on their way 10 Israel -.. ->nl .. deeply stirring, power ii dramatic spectacle." he said. > saw their people on the no longer helpless and con knocking haphazardly al any and linding most doors closed. %  n oving towards an historic des The era of aimless drift i wish history" has ended." : i Israel statesman stressed hi tbe immigrants now going to Israel "realize they arc in tor a difficult phase ol a aptation to new ondiiions, new ways ol life, new serial patterns, and that they will have to exert themselves to it." He added that the reward ol those who help them, "will be recognition 'ha: thanks to their far-sighted generosity, tin present chances ot rescue en lot missed Gen. Chaim Henog, another principal p;aker of the evening, arj former Chief of In'eilige.-xe of the Israel Defense Forces, tctd the gathering that Israel's people are today struggling to receive, house and absorb one of the largest immigrations since their country's first years. He c'eclared Israel's citizens will welcome every immigrant who comes, no matter what sacrifices this might entail, but that the help of American Jews and UJA in absorbing the newcomers is "crucial." "Israel is witnessing an immigration explosion." Gen. Hereof! said. "II we had been offered the i I portunity to save even one MU during the Nazi disaster, we would have made any sacrifice But then it was impossible. Today. Providence has given us a rare oppcrunity to help. And those on the move beg us not to forget those they left behind. The responsihihRecently-mstollec oliicers oi Kneseth Is:cei Congregation are front row (left 1c right Rabbi David Lehriield, spiritual leader; Louis Dublin, president; Ccnlor Abrchcm Seif: end Mcx Hecht. third vice president. Reci ere Milton Kahn. treasurer; Philip Weiss, second vice president; Max Lippmcn. first vice president Samuel Weiner. financial secretory. Not shewn ;s Samuel Goldberg, recording secretary. Also installed were David Etsenstein, chairmen oi the board e: trustee*. Joseph Ned !er. co-chairman, and Joseph Bader. M: c Beer, Abe Dlatt, I. B. Eisenstein, Louis Eise.v r.;e-.r.. Ely Gechman. I. Goldberg. Jacob Goc:man, Harry Halperin. Joseph Halperin. E;ward Horowitz, Harry Knobler. Samuel Ls.'r.er. Rev. David Paul. Leon Gottlieb, Lou s Plancky, Benjamin Pokotilow, Harry Rose Eddie Hosenrr.an. Isidor Ruppert. Hy Samsc • Morris Schccter, Joseph Shadowitz, Abe She : %  iron, George Simon. Harry Weiss, Benjam. %  Weissman, beerd members. 1\ for them is both ycur! BB< rs in Israel." Gen. Lucius D. Clay, personal representative ol President Kn nedy in Berlin and former Com-' mander-in-Chiel of the l'-S. Armed Forces in Europe, urged in a taped message that UJA supporters do til that is possible tc speed the resettlement •.; Joday's immigrai is t< :.t< lands. Gen. Clay was to have spoken at th< o.nmr hul was kept in Benin by tr.t prt.s>ure ot events there. .An award was presented to the General m absentia, honnnng him lor his "compassionate aid and understanding" to the 200,00(1 Jewish displaced persons in the U.S. z ol occupied Germany when he \ is military commander there, in 1 49. It consisted of a copy of ; ie first Jewish daily prayerb >Ss printed in Germany in the p •'.Hitler years, and was contained a walnut box mounted wl.ti a sii plaque. Senate Bars Funds for Faith Sites on Campus Continued from Page 1-A mmittec last year where Congrt sslonal experts •: a similar struggle over v ministration bill and a mi The elemental %  • 01 darj public schools would -: • 001 ,000 :n Federal •. year period to the S •execua t onsii U ni .... %  • : the %  reservati f r< • %  i ( ,!.; 11! -i;. aration •. ti ai d .. u i :.. for advai poses commenting on the tele• % %  •Lewis Weinstein, NCRAC •> rman, observed that the ex• :-•• .e committee had reserved i further stuiy the question 'ether scholarships and certain if lit indirect forms of Federal • %  e-e consorMnt with the gen• position against the use of Pit lie funds for the support of irj-itutions under religious con: -i noted tha; the Union ol It x Jewish Congregations ot erica, on< ol the six national mi >r agencies of the NCRAC, hi.i abstained on the vote in the %  'Xt'Cutive committee. The mem1 h.p of the NCRAC includes also \nnricean Jewish Congress. Labor Committee. Jewish • '' Veterans. Union of American %  .\ Congregations and the I'niigui ol America, in addi6] Jewish community c in '. u! thi -:;tt: : Stati Abraham Jonas-The Man Who Helped Make Lincoln President Yiddish Nite 1 Due at Judea 1 i i kiu KVhOGJ Judt a w i 11 h Nite' on J Ti .pie. •.. ; cal pr sent at ion i : %  %  %  %  A as a sellout i according to Temple i al i 'ening will include music, i rgs with all proceeds '-o the Temple's religious When, in the 1860B Abraham Jonas was practicing law around Quincy, Illinois, ,.-, ther young man whoa nami wai i VI %  ->..-<• I i %  thii g at Spr>.gfii ..-.,-• stat< •. is ..: .-• n %  • >' met at •• fe-lcnj r "-r.ds In 1856. for ex I n elected to serve ai ..• • • %  %  '•' earl) succeed rwingim %  I % % %  argf part, ti %  • • '• In-Douglae lebat*s< • • -'< e to play su i "' %  %  %  • ar1 pxti Abraham Lincoln u tl • atti 1aon of the country. And at th< nominating convention of I860, again with Abraham Jonashelp, the man who was to become one ol our greatest president! this time won the nomination. 5 their earliest day! i l • stal legit stun I I the i -.Li: tde his Illinois ft goodbye i %  %  .%  .--• %  -.. %  •L:n( • --:-,--%  f IWH.UK8 COMPANY ,_ Afc,^ -HFB .. %  %  %  • % %  "..r-i= ".. %  : St 1 -..-. ad ten %  • • • %  '• s thi ..,-, | tewl e-.preases Lheaffi e felt for hii frii %  • • %  tries J • %  %  '-''' wat ... Johnson'i /* I ''' %  / F ir&1 th the F nest Cigarettes througri Lorilisrd research three wecki -ahum Jonot, at Quincy, JUinou A Lincoln.'



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fjfnist fhrkUan Friday, Tebjycsy 13, 1962 Page 6-A '"" Israel Assures Country on Devaluation Effect • i .-. i_. ~* ,. Inm well Continued from Page 1-A 000 budget I£1U wen e> : >'" : '> revenues i '• Vp pea) Mil > : : •—— -* s --' %  •* d A number ( firms i el.... %  i i P< the nc : holders counts tuti Nazi per: hi ..i %  A !• ave tin feired '•' %  a bul hi raisi p< ;• • --<--' increasi • --• Ba'kir.g and nnanciai circles IhTai -:.' this reek I govei s am %  of a n,., licj is "welcome" in dollars or tied to the value ol the dollar. Foreign excha traders n New York say then ha i been practically no i. i -• ansa< ons in I al the special caoinei a atrm • %  -•• %  Israeli pounds ii is country. They there the new poiicj was 0 mj could su] %  cur ncj at also say there sr.i kelihood I AhduLAvodah abstained on iu riW t r: • > i asized change in that lhal Israel's • world markets. However, the f.scal circles felt, the re*l effect a ;' irn ''',';.^L'tv"^ 8 Esr-ko" ic> obli i • rael or sales ti J i \ ITL temmrri' ffif—•— %  w : ~ and there w as they are d nat in U.S dollars, .... .on. ,.m. Abdul was • ;: -..-. Bonds i practically all | ses m Is. • aro pi rj i;,; • jny ..a:o iKrHMl t %  •? rat;ona! i-roducti< • tsioe j. j • iratl s industry op a eomf ve basis. %  j • er.ain as 1 • :ng their si 7ru Na'ional Religious Party rcved the new policy. The Party not only approved t:ie policy b.i calleJ it a sojnd : %  .? tew ard imprw ing the ,-.. w %  • Both ex rarr.e partial tha rigM-wing Hcru' and %  • Commuoista, will re.• scale debase =r ie ,-.ev. .: .he Knesset. Isra* • value its full %  %  %  • the Internatioi Monetary Fu • %  :. Ii -ai statcmt Hit; rut. I Is .if La %  nsi i Sunday dc al al on A< U ; b< ti .. %  employers soon ports nsive thus serving %  illowi ce in as .. mi ans I i itun l" pr< teel union contri is Then is a clause for Israeli industry, il as poii .the acre nl Iween the lout. The International Monetary :::\Z" Manu:a %  i Vssn and the trade Fund serves in a regulatory role < e 'Z u union, providi: for such a discusin helping to naturalize exchang. ;: :„' %  ; &£?£ ;ion ne Id rates foreign members ., toward devaluation ol bedevalued ,,-, Kew York, banking circles the pound. Now that the exchange Political activity was rite among noted that the move was a step torate has been fixed and unified, all parties in Israel as a result ot ward convertibility, but said lull these circles held, the step should the announcement of the new pol-1 convertibility would have to await ht.p increase investments in Isj C y. The Mapam Party central rat 1 committee meeting at Kibbutz Merhavia, declared itsell staunchly i,pp. sed to the new policy, announcing it will move in -the Knesset tor 3 motion ol nor.-ocnluii-rce in the gove rnmi nl Bankers feel that the plan will acnieve its goal if a general price increase can be averted or at least postponed, and if the price* increases can be held to small sums. Financial experts ff-e feel that Israel can now F-* itself in a good position to compete with rh? European marUfs and actually participate in Mapam leaders were in touch with leaders of Ahdut Avodah. another left-wing party which, unlike Mapam. is a member of the coalition government. It is under Announce Way To ffeip Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure New York. X. Y. (Special) A i.:.' uncement has been made of a new tablet development which has the remarkable ability to help drain clogged sinus cavities and thus relieve congestion and pressure. The headaches, pressure pains, stuffed-up head, nasal drip, clogged breathing all the unrelenting symptoms the sinus sufferer knows %  > well are attacked directly by improving drainage of the ainus areas. Most remarkable of all is the fact that tnis is accomplished With extraordinary spied and w.thout discomfort of any kind. Tl.is new t;. t does its remarkable work internally, through the blood stream. It deposits r i very drop of blood plasma fc new medication which is carried to the inus area, where it shrinks the swollen doors to the sinus cavities and helps drain away the pain-causing pressure and congestion. The shrinking substance in this new tablet has been so successful topically in promoting drainage of the sinus cavities that it is r.ow prescribed more widely by doctors than any material for this purpose. This new medication is now available at drug counters without the need for a prescription under the name. Dristan* Tablets. Dristan Tablets can be used with assurance. They will drain away paincausing pressure and congest ion of all the Einus cavities, relieve pain and distress. Remember, the exclusive Dristan formula cannot be duplicated. Accept no substitutes. MARVIN BOSTIN Sinai Names New Associate J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt. Sinai Hospital, has announced the appointment of Marvin J. Bostin as associate director cf the hospital. Bcstin becan his duties officially i on Feb. 1. and will servi as associate to Samuel Gertner. executive direct' i B(j-.;n come.to Mt. Sinai from Long Island Jewish Hospital. NewHyde Park. NY. when he i as assistant ministrator for the pa.-t two yef He holds ;i Masters degree oi Science in Hospital Administration from Columbia University, and is a membt r of the American College 1 Ho-pual Administrators. 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Here! lOpen Daily & Sun. 9 A.M. • 10 P.M.| %  ~"~^~~ /., CO'VOiT'ONFO %  IHH'LKVAKH UK ALT II SALON SWEDISH MASSAGE CABINETS # COlONiCS MONDAY thru SUNDAY J a.-n. • 7 p.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. Out-Cails Ph. FR 3-1252 JWV Delegates To Meet Here Jewi-h War Veteran delej from throughout the Southeast' rn Unit) I States will meet here Sunday. Feb 25. for the organizal regional conference. Theodore Brooks, of Long Island, N Y JWV national commander, will speak at the meeting ili • ir 9 .! in., at thi Si ville i ce will bi \ irtz Atlanta regional N rl • : r: as :.-. tern states AUGUST BROS Rvr l*3-TSn 3 •0 T. ,_, v r2 a = -r: vnup IINK WITH IMMORTALITY \ %  > Deep ia every human 'yj heart if the kmginq fee vi immortality, vb be forever remembered is the yearning; which has filled man's heart since the daum cf history. In'-jcuujh tradition, nothing na* been, so endowed with, immortality as the link with. the land pfcterae-l. Jjou may new establish. aliviflg f rojcctin.35RAcL hearing your name, through a bequest in your will or assignment of insurance. i %  y LINK YOU* KAMI WITH IMAtt! For inloimalion ;,te W •'! FOUNDATION, JIWISM NATIOKAl fUND lKttn Kjjtmelh le,riel, :nt J 420 Lincoln Rd., Room 390. Miom Efr:H 39 LINK YOUR NAME WITH ISRAEL! SPECIALISTS IN ISRAELI SECURITIES BRAGER & CO. 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"ridav. February 16. 1962 *Jenisti ricridHain Page 7-A .esdersliip Dinner Nudges CJA Drive S7C0GC0 as Comay Speaks Here 851 %  %  rs iter Mianti's Jev ;o9 • • rational and ,, e • the Greater ition, leaders were success" llv %  •• %  us "to thairw reiTie"" \ht fir to in have 7 th r the : ices in m •• %  to see aepi -." L •• • so ii snid. ol ur %  %  resi • .ire and more n ea'lrfl i %  %  %  '' ••' %  '•! %  affairs ,l • % % %  %  • t ct the ;• %  .'.'c: Miami Jewish Federation, : I the group that "Federation is he symbol of the heart ind soul : our .fi*wi>h community. Ii is te organization through which leopte a I over !he world, anil here at home, are beinn served and are being helped — because you and I caw enough to help." Ambassador Mich 3 el Comay, permanent representative of Israel n the t'nited .Nations, was guest h rrner, said the >f honor at the leadership dinner. :i. • taW not only for He described the increasing imBl tin l< raised, but mir:mt absorption problem in Is' i%  • %  ; nrl -. uses of the i%2 -e e" ': wa-dsrfu 1 run?rt," si i CJA csmoa n cr\ Ca srvsr.s. "&ut let's sr frit W% iot a start, r if s s*H a long way to h lir. Mow is lbs time •?e -v —oTie-Him w S< red—.-it r slow down." 1. ion, chairman of wBBE&&&&sF fjMW .-„.%  ..,. %  ^BW H BW | Hi* %  Lrv S|ftpsn?' K-^S-'-'S" 1 it mM i Er^iH J** %  aaaaaaJ rael. and described his nation as the "only stable, democratic friend the United States has in the Middle Bast." "Israel has now become a positive and constructive influence in a large number of the new countries of Asia and Africa," Comay • aid. pointing out that tlie-;e small•t nations now hold a majority of votes in the United Nations. "Hundreds of Israeli experts and technicians are at work in more than 20 Afro-Asian countries," Comay said. "They are helping these new rations in such fle'ds as hsalth, educat : on, agriculture ard science. And more than 1,000 students from these new natiors come to Israeli institutions each yar to study these subjects." As a result, Coma> -aid. Israel is playing n major role in making these new, underdeveloped countries into friends of the Free World. Describing the increasing How of immigrants into Israel. Comay pointed out thai through taxation. Israel itself pays two-thirds of the costs of resettling these reiugees. •'Israel has licked for good the age-old problem ol the homeless Jew.' he concluded. The announcement of pledges was presided over by Sam Blank. Carl Weinkle. Cal Kovens, and Sam I.evenson. Guesl soloist for the event was Mrs. Fmil Morton. Mrs. Morton will also be featured entertainer at the CJA Women's Division luncheon for the New Horizons campaign on Monday at the Eden Hoc hotel Dr. Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel, will give the invocation, Leadership dinner at the Americana on Sunday drew many ot Greater Miami's outstanding community leaders. Left to right are Samuel N. Friedlar.d, Emil Morton, and Joseph Lipton. More Liberal Visiting Hours Ml. Sinai Hospital announced Wednesday that beginning Feb. 20 h more liberal policy concerning visiting hours for patients will be put into effect. The ne.v hours will include visitation to patients beginning at 11 a.m.. and ending at 8 p.m.. daily. Exceptions to this new policy will include specific restrictions in the maternity area and pediatrics, which are now in effect Samuel Corner, executive ilirectoi ol Mi. Sinai, said that "it was agreed to enter into this new policy on an experimental basis so that patients in the hospital might feel even more at home during their stay." He added, however, that the ho.-pitai administration hopas that the public will coopera'e in not making visits to patients cover too long a period of time, and that the public will police itself so that no patient will have more than two \ isitors at any one time. "it is always our policy." Gert net said, "to consider the we iro ol the patient and hi> health above :i!l else With this in mind, aid with Ihe approval of the me i sal board, we have agreed to enter into this experimental pi" AT THE BANQUET Stan.?-/ C. Myers (center!, founding president of the Greater Micas:' Jewish Federation, discusses the New Horizons campaigr with Mr. and Mrs. David Catsman. the most cherished whisky.. To Mayvinim, %  Ernes* Janis (left), co-host of the reception for Ambassador • Michcel Comay, chats with Bernard Stevens. NOTICE TO MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS DAD£ COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN FOR MIAMI BEACH RESIDENTS .iJ the CVy Hal!, 1130 Washington Ave., Miami Beach February 12, 1962, through March 24. 1962 9:00 A.M. to 5 00 P.M. Mondays through Saturdays Open u Iti 9 00 P.M., March 6, 8, 13, 15, 20 and 22 R. Wm. L. Johnson City Clerk this great import from Canada is unmistakable. They speak of Seagram's V.O. in terms of "true lightness of body... surprising brilliance of flavor... distilling advanced to a very fine art." Seagram's started distilling over 100 years ago. Seagram's skill is without peer. This fact is expressed in V.O. — and the favor it has found throughout the world. Seagram's Imported CAN Wft. \ HI | M .%  KNOWN BY THE COMPANY IT KEEPS Imported in the bottle from Canada. Seagram'sV.O. Canadian Whisky—a blend ol selected whiskies. SU years old, 88.8 proof. Seagram-Distillers Con pany, Now York City,



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*Jeisl.ftcridiar Friday. February 16. 1962 .-cge %  NEW Hi MIAMI ATTORNEYS GATHER TO AID DRIVE Judge Cypen Piays Host To Legal Unit ayor Kenneth 0!^ eels wilh CJA Chci r airm3r of the Prof chairman of me Attorneys Division. ma '; Covens center and Leon Kaplan, ssiona! C !ton A. Epstein (le ,'jdge Kaiold Spaet ght). ft) discusses Attorneys Division plans with honorary chairman, and David P. Catsman m law; r %  iolidl i i irryii t the I CJA divisionthe attorneys pledged contributions averaging 30 percent over the contributions pledged last year Dr Irving Lehrman outlined the needs )l the community to the attorneys calling for growing participation to meet the demand, ot > i.-i-..;i 4 metropolitan area. Honorarj chairmen of the At• irnej D %  >n are SI a) • Attorney Ftichai : ierstein and Judge Harold Spaet. Ass ciate chairmen : ;| Traurig, I Sta Spieler Ar'• %  F ikes rank %  • %  %  L '• %  aig Horel Division members above are (left to right) Abe Chin WiPiam Silversrein. judge Joseph Morris, chairman, and f i'nmin. [VI*I, Jao s //embers of the Hotel Division met last v.'iek to continue efforts -'or the 1952 Combin J --per' Left to i i J..-- Joseph %  '.chairman; Joseph P.ose co-chaii i-a conmit:c= members Sam Lachman and Joseph Dal!^ i LVonien s rizons I • %  Eden P rd:ng to Mrs J ick V %  Mrs Inez Ki i • I '•'. i D vision c rchairm t. he II ah ark the B •Mitt Year "of d and a ment" for Mrs v • • o began he.work with the ibined J %  ish Appeal n 1949 Dr. Joseph P.. Karat will be princi ial • • ik %  : with Mrs. Em;l Morton as cali I The Invocati in nrill be le it -. %  I by Mrs. Samuei Simonhoff. Martha pres : :!:.! %  >f i ime Pas i ion Greats, and music will by the Arne 3arnett orchestra. Ch i : hostesses I ir >. event are Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr-. Leo Chaikin and Mrs. Arnold Seeder. Chairman of Captains of the Day is Mrs. Samuel L;pcharge itions • %  Mri William Brertnei % %  >. Ail %  %  %  • i -:irs ; %  ..;,. : I '-. '-. Vblin. Johnson '•' % %  • • %  -.:.5a i %  irk Mi B Blum Mr* i: Br n Mrs. J CarMr' \ • %  i Casset: M %  i haikin : Varo Mrs Mrs in Mi larles P ibi rg VI \ • c Fine. Mrs %  '•> K Fink. Mrs SI u %  • Mr< Sa nuel N I i I. Mrs Charles G iger, Mrs. • B Gla'ser. Mrs. A. I. kman. MrG >org %  (', ildberg % %  • %  i E. Goldman, Mrs. A G '-' Mrs. Nathan imenick, MrS J Halperin, J Mir-.Mrs Mark L. • Mrs Isidore Hecht. Mrs. Leon S. Jacobs, M.-,. PnjJip 5. Isaaai, .' liter K r 1 hner Mrs ky, Mrs. Ine> nson. 0 Levi •' M urn Mi %  J iseph VI Lip) Mrs Sam I \.'. Manson Mrs \ H Mrs A I. Mo I. m M Mi M ix 1 rrovita, Mrs Phillips, Mi 1. %  • 1 R Mr seph R ise. Mrs Rost, Mrs. Herm 1 Dan B Ruskin Mrs Leop S : artz, Mrs S dr.. > Sc Mrs vold % %  ler, Mrs Weitl n, Mrs S : Silverman Samuel Sim in 1 iff, Mrs %  '• l> Singer, Mrs Milton S Mrs. Benjamin Smerlig. Mrs eph Stein. Mrs. Alex StraOS Carl busskjnd. Mrs. Phi'; Warshaw, Mrs. Carl W Mrs. Leonard Wien, MM mer Wien, Mrs Louis F W ion, Mrs. Harry Vagi*, Mr^. M-"' die Zaban.



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Friday. February 16. 1962 >Jew's/ fhridfi&r? Page 9-fl Combined Jewish Recaption re : oAmbassador Mi-.hael Coir.ay just before the M. and Mrs. A. J. Hirris. Ambassador and Mrs. Michael Comay, ,dership [promt in the Americana Hatel found these Greater and Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad, '.ami le*dn greeting guests. Left to right a e Ernest Janis, award Kane e : r. chairman of the 1962 Combined Jewish :oeals Campaign Committee, is shown talking with Judge bert Dubb • center) and Daniel Dubbin. CJA Chairman Cat Kovens (left) discusses campaign plans with Leonard Rosen and Sam Levenson (right), who served as Leadership Dinner chairman. Leaders' Dinner Continue; Brisk CJAppeal Pace ii v — l • i, %  • llllC P >: % %  |l on till of %  : %  % %  — •"--• keep • % %  tl .." %  top ,1.1 Pie ere anna • ch put current ei thi >~ : I ?eal ol .. i mil a md abi id. and that l •' • '''. • iO'.tlC • %  ti ra '' a %  %  1 m • • settling thecoi tii for a probli m !el in hist ir He sound.'1 a .' when he .--aicl: "Israel hafor good the ag< l I the hi n.i less Jew." %  a v. id lj %  l I : al ii %  sd lem o' A. J. Harr;j (; a fr>, president of the Greater %  ami Jewish Federation, chats with Ambassador man C.I Kovens (right. MiComay, Mrs. Comay, and CJA Campaign ChairDinner Chairman Sam C. Levenson presided over leadership event at the Americana Hotel. J



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?cge 10-A rjenistfkrrtiir Friday. February 18. 1962 Pages From My Diary By MAX ISSNE* I 2,000 Expected at Bond Meeting MONDAY•: %  .... i i • %  %  '. • -. ...... ii %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  Vet. ii I not do I ... .• i • Osada hi e not i irlj i :1K airport 1900 art Jin Hagertj thai %  --.ii two natl %  • % %  '.'••:• and that tl estranged tfM thai and guar':the nati n II .the fean and d< exploited by the Communist ar / ers of the mobile anti-American youth squadron • at Osada bn thej have something else a'.'.ell T~ .rOU get a IK • oi components in these rebels ith a i have broken their old sens* i ant to ,. .. %  r con mitment what :(rape is -hat they e robot ed in an 'inho!> -aj ics ruthd a-h to turn back and confront a China "cum" bomb. Continued treea Peoe TA [tt-iH 11 7-xker Bad • npal speakers a; :he Btrtheduled for Saturday I %  M at the ftoBUiaeEric A John, the Motion Picture :a ar.d former Presr -peoal Ambas%  %  Middle East and Am unay Israel's perm aneni rei .-".'-.• ;jres of lapete in he threi nee are AbraSamuel -:.: .-..-:. chair. • %  ;..-. J Schwartz, vice %  : 1-:. Peel man f the i -" rial '•'• >mei hers. Diseasing the special importance of this year's cempaio". Boyar, national chairman of Trustees, declared that "we must follow the ptan submitted to us by Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and Finance Minister Eshkot to roll nnl of the 1962 campaign in id Motor* in 1961. providing We will be meeting in an a", >ST^4JW lor every phase of I* sphere of optimism because 1 ael's economic development. Dr. rael Bonds had the biggest >ear Schwarti said •:WEDNESDAY Who would dartdenj "hat actions count far more than words? Y-a.we get some perspective on the Pun-a del Este conference, it provi ''.ai the lamen erly ha---. with which it ei riant than its acts The heart of whal the conferei agreed on. uith on be dis-. i.ng vas thai the Cuban regime has made itself '•incompatible" v -h the system of unity of the Americas True th< >< of "in< npatibility" came not from the U.S. but from several of the "inde; • ident" delegat All th>better for that reason sinci il now puts to th al each of them proposes to 'I" The resolution oi incompatibility %  t t of i una i m the organs of the OAS tl inference '• ision Quite rightly the action in carrying il out will now have to di tend on whal each countrj dares do in the lighl ol its internal ti sion Thuf,.r two members have I <'"n heard from, the U S. and Argentina. One has acted, the other reacted We now see why President Kennedy was right to wail before he applied a total ban on trade with < iba. despite the blaring editorials from unthinking editors Mad it < ut earlier it would ha'• beei ta Jed as unilateral: coming now. it Foftv-N'mCfi fO /Hccf <.mes as a response ti thi OAS resolution, and while Castro under•-. ndably declaims ana: Other head of state can take exception tsilly rule which limits the history rize %  wrican history. A historian like Bruce Cat ton am J bi igi i] • •. id Donald deservedly are counted by this role, r :t a I like '. Tucbman, who dealwith the vast ipread add let continent of E iropt icounted perforci !! %  w isolationist get? I mention Bruce Catton and Barbara Tuchmai both of them write movingly about wars, b I because they are %  h non-academic! I should have said "amateur if the w< • M easil} misundi Th-y are not fled lineor putterers i' their job; thej devote all their energy to it anb ng of nd and a wisdom of heart aboui it. In that sens hey are pros They amateurs in the sense 'ha' 'hey don't make ;. vine teaching what %  • • %  y get a chance to write during their years leave I • •• write i tside the academies, not because they teach hiatory but %  they e It. rorty Niners of Temple EmanuEl have invited all senior citizens of the Temple to attend a meeting Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m.. in Sirkin Hall. Irving Schatzman is pre-idem of the organization. THE MADISON Overlooking Ocean at Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY Phone 344-8191 Weekly Package Plan fnci. Meals CCQ20 Per Person From %  rJj"' V 2 m room PRIVATE BATH AIL FREE • Bicyc a on Broad Ro 1* Box Si.'. |i il Cock. Party PLUS free a"'act'ons avToie lo g-*s' Mov n B ngo TV Write for SPECIAL HOLIDAY KATES ES $A P*. Fron J Including Meals and Private Bath C. 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Friday. February 16. 1962 •JlBWisD fkridiairi Page 11-A Nlaimonides to be Discussed "Moses Maimonides — Greati -' Ic of the Middle Ages and Greatest <>i the Medieval Phil<>• Reproduction of Balfour Declaration To be Presented to Founders of Campus Parchment reproductions of the Shapiro. Herbert Baumgard andjP ne J" s ui bv lhc '"P' 1 '•>' : Balfour Declaration of 1917 will Abramowitz, on the board of the Abraham Wolfson on Wednesi be presented to members of the south Florida Division of the evening at the home of Dr. Mor Socket} ol Founderof the Ne AmewcarWrwnds. %  • Schor. Campus (ii the Hebrew University — ol Jerusi lem on Sunday night at the Scopus Vward Dinner honoring Samuel Rothberg. The Earl of Balfour, who flew hen fron Scot land ( =pi t ially t<> national cot Cerenci the A : %  Fi iends the Hebrew i ersity, H iil pn sent I ions :.' the ina corldwide ci 45th a arj of the Taking reservations for Sunday night's Scopus Award testimonial dinner to Samuel Rothberg are (left to right) Louis Rudnick, Jack S. Popick, William Bornstein and Bernard Katz. ick, president of the South Florida Division of the Amer.:-. Friends of the Hebrew University o: Jerusalem, is cowman of this weekend's national conference of the AmerLcan Friends at the Americana. Rudnick national vice president of the ZOA. Bernstein, former Israel Bond chairman ol Washington, D.C., and Katz are members c: the board of electors. Rothberg Award Will Highlight Univ. Meet first i our knot hei %  11 'i i % %  :•. ance in m r< er M ami syna--•-,-. temples I e b r e w Sabl ath. A resolution proclaiming thi.• nd as Hebnw I niversity h • %  .ipasse i unanimously last mn tin i I thi Greater Miami R; inical Assn., accord ing to Rabbis Morton Malavsk> M a v e r Abramowitz, Rabbi Malavsky is president of the association, and Rabbi Abramowitz • its ofiicer with the Hebrew I'm • i rsity. Dr. Irving Lehrman will give the invocation at Sunday night's dinner. The spiritual leader ot Temple Emanu-EI recently was elected to the national council of the American Friends oi the Hebrew University, He serves, a Ions with Rabbis l.eon Kronish. Norman Continued from Page I-A ; me capacity tor the United Jewis h Appeal. The dynamic Illinois businessman has pioneered the field of private investment in Israel, serving as first and only president of Israel Investors Corporation. Congratulatory messages from leaders throughout the United States and Israel have been (lowing in to conference chairman, Judge Louis E. Levmthal, of Philadelphia. Rothbt rg will be host i I,I-: Frida) morning at I Fi ntaini b i an hot i ral i 'i the nat ional eaderthe American Friends will partici I. .1 \::. : g them ill bt I 'I (i Ross, chairman ol the i soph M. Mazer, treasurer: and Leonard Ratner, vice president ( nfi rence co-chairmen slated I participate are .lack S. Popick, "i M.ami; David Borowit?. ol Chica c Philip Lown, ol Boston; and V dor M. Carter, u! Los Angeles Dr. George S. Wise of Mexico and the Karl of Balfour will be th< principal speakers at Sunday even Ig's dinner, at which Rothb. rg will receive the coveted 1962 Scopus Award. The recognition is the highest hich the A m e r i c a n Friends can bestow, with Mi '.< il.. i n!y p:c-. ious recipient. The visil here of Lord B reminded veteran Zionist leaders lure, including former ZOA nation id presidents, Judge Levinthal and Mortimer May. that it was the 1 -: K.rl of Balfour who made the principal address at the dedication oi the Hebrew University in JeruBah m in 1925. Sunday's dinner will tcuch off a world-wide observance of the 45th anniversary of the historic Balfour Declaration. The statement by Lord Balfour is generally credited with providing the British mandate in Palestine, which in turn ultimately led to the reestaiishment of the State of Israel. \m rig olhet cat ma I i l rs < %  he Fries ds who will pi an exi itivi i mitt mcetinf le S • • Sat are Di Israi IS VVechslci ho ry pn N Hi r Ipr. nai 1 the w ill> i.. ii -• ii %  : for the Hebn Universitj : AZA Splits In Win Column An invitational "round • robin" tournament sponsored last week by lhc Greater Miami Aleph Zadik : AU ph. junior order oi B'nai B'nth. saw the Kinzie Raiders of Northwestern >c: lor li.^-h School win by beating the AZA All starby 41-29 Ihe Greater Miami Jewish Communitj ("enter. The AZA team, in tun-., took the measure ol a good Jacksonville Jewish Community Center team Participants i ncl ud e d Stew umlauf, i apta i Jacksonville Jewish Community Center: Rudolph Seymour, captain, Kinzie Raiders; and Harvey Katz. captain. AZA All Stars 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 the Home. You may contribute, tako a tax deduction or we will pay cash for same. Remember we are NOT a profit-making organization We *'• helping your community to keep rts dignity. By helping others you are helping yourself! Manufacturers and jobbe-s—remember — we can use all your ) v tcasts 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 Clcsed Saturdays GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 N.W. 10th Ave. FR 3-7180 Have yc.jr roof repaireo nrw: you *iil save on a new reef later. 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—. : r.iaf. Pc:oe I2-A rJmisi HukMam Dr. Mandelbaum to Address Regione! Conference of United Synagogue I>r Bcrrard MaII i %  ?~ • %  D j ;.-.. j< tish The. igical seminar) • %  %  %  %  professoi ,,;..:;• %  %  Will -r> %  fefccr at a < • : Ih I ;•(•' S* nag .%  I Ann ca on • '...• Fi Fining at 1 at !' ;i ... -%  •_. %  • %  %  i pate : i r n jv*tM thlfre ef "1 • I .Vic! Reform Jewish Leaders Plan 3-Day Conference on Judaism ana ^urvlvr-' -..-(• %  : i l< • ;'.• %  • Ixiba'.e %  : %  %  I. %  tl %  %  %  :• ....... • i each fr F.r. 23 ti | ;.;(.' • :!.• -, Amer.ca Hi r • %  : -t E..". %  %  • [ i etmg! will be hti %  %  • %  nccas.or of the UAHC's tv I • or .... • meeting Somi 1.KH Refcrr '• si eat s and < : i lial -.• -. i < pectec partit pan pert* froi vi rious [ arts of lit countrj will address the meetingi including F.at-b: Maurici N Kisendrath, ". AHC president; *.i ihor Philip Wylie; Dr Joseph Weil. •lean of the College of Engineering at •..-< University of FloridaRep. Abraham Walter: Robert Morgan t-: al assistant tc thi regional •tirwtcr if t':t Office < I • I DcJensf Thomasvilh Ga : Ribb: Wtcm'i Hebrew Beck Stort IStt WASHINGTON vE ; ;•-— -E ••SMC *-• r -t *' c c -1 5. rr ef *• 6y( : %  • t:'t. is'.!> .11 | -. %  : Bcs1 %  '. %  % %  fi Heller ad lr R.l : • -' T l Si ':. %  %  < : v • %  ivil D ii • Fa '.: %  : • : • I > :..--ir.r.g abust f civ II ce.'en?< %  i i i • %  • i • le.v.sh commui t i p.m., .. symposi m i %  n I '<> Fall-Out Shelters" I bheld at Temple Beth Shotom. Mia Beach. Participants includt Rabbi Eisendrath. Rip Multer. Wylie. and Morgan. UAHC b< ..r.: chairman. Judge Emil N ?;r will -er\c amoderator Th pr< blems that th< m > %  spaci discoveries have prc.-r' in todaj • %  • ( riicussed by Rath Gif.i •• • r. and Dr Weil in a pul| %  i "Judaism and the Space *kg on Saturday morning. Fel ~ : at IT rr,pie Isra! i f Gri I • • I Rabbi Gitti Is ih! re \ • > i p)i\i a i • ( rSnjiihCailJ b 'hfte ef 'The "rri-rv rd -he Ceiservafiwe Mcveme.i' i-i Arrerica." Rabbi Man blvffl wU atcrtss repreMttrativff Irani ever 5C Uniietl ?v MOW e cc-gregat ens in the ; j h Fierii* ares, who r mtc ii-o in Miami Ee3ch *:r their r-.-•.: sn* day canfaranca. • %  %  %  r. ?ic-l Semi Mai %  In 19 Doc* the Seminary lor s i ,r : c n cf thi Pi sikta Ki bsna.' a Paiei Mid%  : t i x.i tr.tur; rs. he m close assoi lation v i:h Dr L< • is Fii KI Istcir %  ..r cham rec'.ion oi thi Ir.sui i foi '. an St .... • Mam s major adi e-s w ill 1 1 p.-eci di b> ^ %  D'\"ar Torah" dehverei b> Rabbi Mayer Abramowi z. ol Tempi* Menorah. Folio* ."Ill rr rning mi i ting. ;hi group will c nvene lor a lunch%  di vi ted '< %  "New Vistas in Acini* Jewish Education." A panel ol experts, including !. Beach Study Group Meeting Miami Beach >tudj prcur : American Assn : r United Ma tiens \'. i i! me?! Tuesda\ evening ;. %  the v.'„ -:.-'.• r Federal k and Loan bids. !-. r .-'.--•m i s f or o* Ir.terra' Coirmod %  "Peaci: Fridcy. FerTuary 16. )98*| more than :" jiarr has served spiritual and %  < BB .nstrativc ad\ or of the Nati •> Ftderatior ji wish Met i ( %  %  %  Dr Mi rriiM La*jl, of ETorah Congregal *ill be eh, man nagng U i Ameries ; : %  %  '-•. pTah-ffor"1 i rthci mint -. ; confer-. \pr. 2f : Work ci • P.eg*onal v i : %  ;.--. • %  : diS bj ::} .* %  • • %  • %  : Temp't ; ",;-r .1 Si H %  Emi i Ee'.h s Ii • :" FB lr 'tl n M 1 '-• I II 1 • '• j •M | %  1 .• %  > %  \ } i' %  'I 1 | \ M. BflrNiAS MANOUSAUM ; j Lehrmar rnplt Ema El. R rrr.i SI i n Cong:• gal : and Dr :-. • of Co-*. %  : B"nai Israi of SI Pel rs r Fcnl a series (cptrimer.ts ... Jewish edi ation ur.ctrtakt: : I h<.: cor _• legal ns. Dr. Joel Ce**er.. -aticral director o' the De:r*n-.-rt oi Field Ac'iviiiat irt corrmenity education of the Jewisf Theological Seminary, will recapitulate the ciscussicf emphasizing the "Role of the Men's Club in the life of tho Syn9g." Dr Geffen. a member ol the riird of the Americar Jewish Histcry Center, is direc I or of the Me'ropolitan Cue. oi the Tnited Synagogue • %  America, and for D ALM C i h MEMORI "ior-: fr r Maavw %  luildf -r i H PAI Ml • t:v! ir I i ci: "ROCK OF AGES'* FAM^Y fcTMOR'ALS L\k[vi[iE MEMORIAL PARK AMD GARDEN MAISOIEIM THE "C SI : ; LEA--:rji E • : CEMETERY" N.W. 25*h ST. at tC3fd AVE.; TU 5-16S9 GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRa"k:-i 9-1436 710 S.W. 12th Avenue, Miami, F'a HARRY GORDON % % % %  n : EM K= c-c ;.::•>. •-NE-'-. Z. RffCIOI %  REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Grerter V-'eirl'i Icrocs' I C cut S.cr •.*c Sif-e•€ %  £••• %  hit-'A t, Si-r'ci !:>[(!. rtr.c f.i-t :. Tt-Bil iStilil C.fTS tSZ SO. !.''.$ 417 Wcil-.'-ftn i.. .i '. '!.' ? 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•Jay. February16. 1962 +JeHf OrrHUfr Page 13-A ,, HWMNMH % % %  ""'' •*• "'"'^ FROM m TAIMUD I, Vive* -"J Kuabande ., .-:-. and wife i r ^ worthy .. abides am • ; t.'':. through Moses, who command) us to build Him a sanctuary made of tie most precious metal, an irk iverlaid with pure i ;!.i %  here it ii not visible ••) the e/< '-! 1 as outside. isible, • > symbolize ......... .. ; .. purety. I • %  I %  ; us. upon %  • • :il'icatl in?, and >n i • r mosl precious .. .lild in altar, lid %  • i !.' \\ %  m i i a %  • %  %  AGUOATH iSflAEL. 7*31 C*"yle ""> %  v-rjjx a-ini • *r. FYWaj "> p.m. Bn&if'iy : >" ; tn-.n 1 %  -' -"•" %  •"* ; •' Cent••" 36TH OAV'O. 25 SW 3rd %  C > ; ser-/a:ivs. Rab'ii Norman N Shao'ro Canttr William W. Lionon. PrMi} 8:1". p.m. 3atnrda> %  >.m. Bar Mit'/.v i Ste% i. -"" 'f Mr. •" %  M H.-.I.-TI Baiter. • — BETH EL. 500 :> .< tin'." -ir Ml >h: S • %  > ". Mr, an I M Si yn !.•< > 3ETH EMETH. 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God no longer had to be believed in a.I: ; •he One Who contested movements of nature; nature moved b> .:<;,,• %  %  M •' M- I -\ i ..-, i .-,•• %  %  %  i •' %  iwn laws 3ETH -CO 3 Sll-3'l ^ ivOrthadsv Rbbl Tibj 5ta n • Pel-Ill..! \ mi S i '-• • 3ETM Tr '_4'33 E'C'i 1-' 0"thod> Rabbi Jjseob Ricv.iv ) • 3CTM TORAH -54-..'i St J13 NS '"'" lve C>r,.;t v Rjbbi W HO -h': CmlJi ain-Zis" K-jCn;.-l IT m • ...... • %  B -:_£ 2£~-5-5.-:'' 0' -1'/ :J] '729 '•'J' • >t Cru-.i' vi., ,%  %  •% %  • %  • -£•.•=(.-= BETH 5-3-3V •'* Cr>W ,,. %  >-". Raobi Leor Kraniah. C i.i'ir Oav a Conviaer US-. I ... %  r :>._ ? 3 •. SHOL.OV %  %  I • ;> :T*is?*" r ^r' : '" 1I ^^ S? b ,s ?i3n D'Toa? %¡ "'"'inn hosinn 2.1 ny .nosm 1 ? il iture. Th • r cousse is unpredictable, and Science i-baffled. Ood • is lack on the throne,again. -LAG'.? 3 • c*\ ID M VW 5>t If. in mi :all for the immediate buildmj of the Temple, or in my ai Con %  • •: % %  sami %  ^ !,n %  • Jewish congre. 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    F=ge 14-A V'Jenisf fkrij/ij>r Friday, February 16, 1962 EMBITTERED BEN HECHT %  Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N We Need More of Truth PERFIDY. By Ben Hecht. 2S1 pp. New York: Julian Messner. Inc. $6.00. B EN HECHT, -• : %  '• wish •.ons of 'Child of the Century expands "hat anger to white heat with %  •Perfidy" — and it is not ta : whether oneanger should be pr> or : cor. Broadly, the book deals with the extermination of Hungarian Jewry: specifically, it accuses the Ben-Guricn government 'whose members were then leaders of the Jewish Agencyi of deliberately betraying the Hungarian Jewin their zeal for British favor: directly, it points to the figure of Dr Rudolf Ka-tner. as representative of both Agency and the government, for proof The book recounts the celebrated Israel trial of Malchiel Green.vald. who had accused Ka,tner. a former Hungarian leader, then an Israel government official, of collaboration with the Nazis The verdict was against Kastner. who appealed, but was killed fby a former undercover agent of the Israel Intelligence Servicei before the new verdict came down. It was a trial which rocked Israel through it, implications of callousness and wrongdoing on the part of top government leaders, including Sharett. Weizmann. and Ben-Gurion himself Part of the trial centered around the agonizing story of Joel Brand Joel Brand wa, the member of the Hungarian Rescue Committee to whom Eichmann offered his infamous "deal." in 1944. to exchange 10.000 truckfor one million Jews. He had two weeks in which to set up the arrangements, with a promise of 100.000 Jewas an advance and with the daily Auschwitz slaughter of 12.000 Jews to halt until negotiations are completed. Brand went directly to Jewish Agency officials, and the blame for the heartbreaking failure of his mission he place, directly at their feet, accusing them of betraying him to the British, who interned him tor four and a half months while Hungary'.Jews burned to ashes. The British didn't want a million Jew, flooding into Palestine, and the Agency, with Statehood within reach, didn't want to upset the Briti-h This is Brand's — and Hecht's — "J'accuse!' There are several thing, to remember while reading this book. One ithat Ben Hecht — and Greenwald's lawyer, .Samuel Tamir — was an ardent Irgunist (working from this country), and so he habeen furious with the government of Israel for a long, long time. Another is that Hecht is a good hater: he hales well and passionately, and his best writing is also himost venomous. One can make a career of -elective hatred. And a third is that one expect, a concern for justice irom Hecht. but not necessarily for fairness — and the two are not the same. There is another side to the damning allegations presented in thi, book, and one will find little of it marring H< cht's i ase "Perfidy'' shames the Jew, a, they have not been shamed since Prophetic days, and the impulse to cover one's head with ashes and heap coals on others istrong But there will have to be more truth than appearin the-, pages before that judgment can be made Between You and Me: BORIS SM0LAR United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON The 'Conscience Corps' Holds its Annual Meet United Nation, |NCE AGAIN, the TV"I has in its annual mi i ii III here Ag ways in the past, many of the fcremost Jewish organizations in the w ,r!d have played a vital role in the il the group. And again the world is just a bit better off. the l'N| St a bit stronger and an iota close: r • % %  is of the peoples of the world, due t. • %  .-'p. What :the Conscience Corps"" Officially, it is the %  Commission's Subcommission on Previ )f Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. Bese that formal title is so lengthy newspapermen have unofficial name, for the group. One name. riptive: is the "anti-bias" unit. "Consci ever, mav come closer to describing the ip. For it deals with basic human rights \ .• L'N's ncerr with humjr right, that points : I'S < nsc iei c me of the subjects discussed survej n great care by this group: Manifestation, ;; %  Rig and Practices; Freedom from Discrimination in Employment: Freed" nminati n in Education: the right of everyone to ., own country and return thereto. A mere listii of the subject matter shows why Conscience Corps" is perhaps the most fitting title for this .group — and why the Jewish organizations have been so interested in the sessions, studies, survey, and debates of this small group. comp ised of only 14 political and social scientists, hue jurists and staunch fighter, again,t all types oi liscrimination against minorities the world over. foreign Newsletter The subcemn ssion's studies regarding anti-Semitic helped awaken the world to I as .: danger to the freedom of all peoj The group'.study dealing with religious rights and prac tices haresulted in the formulation of a preliminary set of guiding principle, for all the countries in the_ world. [i rnational conventions have been adopted aa resul the subcommission's studies on discrimination in eduction and on bias in employment Thi, year, looking ahead to future "irk by the subcommission, it ha, been proposed that a survej be made of "the right to treedom of movement and residence within the borderof each state A spokesman for one of the participating Jewish jrcups — the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations — spelled out what such a study would Involve He noted in addressing Ihe subci mmission that there is "a pattern that flow, from exclusii nary devices in preventing various types "f racial or relig {i | •• m ; I cr renting real prop erty as a resi Such a pattern, he pointed out, >ati in Certainly, that pa; our own country, as well a, in other part, of the world, the human rights of Jew, Negroes ai : minority pi opli Ai other item ahead for this group is a study of meathat might be taken to combat "advocacy of racia ir religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination and violence." No knowledgeable person need be reminded that Jew.— among other people, — would benefit from such a survey and from the drafting "measures" to combat racial and religious incitements. One need only think of Russia, with its discriminations against Jewish religion and culture: of Arab states, with their perpetual incitement, against Israel. TULLIA ZEVI The Jews and Spain's Manifesto of 1947 Madrid | THE REAPPEARANCE of a small, organized Jewish nucleus in Spain. I five centuries after one of the most drastic "solutions" of the Jewish problem, according to pre-Hitler standards, is in! itself an interesting and important fact.p However, this correspondent felt that it t "S was even mere interesting and important to seek an answer to the following question: What is the relationship between the new" Jew, of Spain, the State and the Catholic Church" The Manifesto" of March 1947 specifies that Spain is a Catholic and social state in the form of a Kingdom, with Gen Franco a. President, assisted by a Councd, which includes the Cardinal-Primate of Spain. The Spanish State, having been euphemistically denned by Caudillo Francisco Franco in 1942 "not a dictatorship, but a hierarchy." and the union rather than the separation between Church and State being a proclaimed princi] one might define Spain as a centralized, monarchist ... thoritanan. confessional state Spain's 300.0UO Jew in the 14th and 15th Cenl constituted between one-fourth and one-l population while today's 3.500 const minority. But aside from this numerical differet in Spam, then as now. are confronted with the same two tightly interwoven, instruments of power The relationship between Jews and authoritarian, confessional regimes has been, throughout the centui problematic, to say the least. In 15th Century Spain, the concerted action of the two forces dominating Spanish life, the temporal and the religious, the authoritarian and the confessional, destroyed Jewish life in the country What is the attitude now of these same two for.es toward the resurgence of a diminutive Jewish entity In Spain, and toward Judaism in general 0 This correspondent discus,ed this issue in the course of a long interview with Max Mazin. president of the Madrid Jewish Community, an Ashkenazi of Latvian birth. married to an Israeli Youthful, dynamic Mr. Mazin received this corresi dent in his private business office sittil 4 a: a '.xne. Utive's desk, under a large map of Spain, th • only mural decora: Patientl) %  : %  _. n plying to all %  -• Mr. Mazin expressed very clear-cut opinions on Franco's attitude toward the Jews and on what the Jewish attitudes toward Franco should be. "Franco has a tolerant attitude toward Jews." he Stated "He received a delegation of Jew, in 19GO. and has always shown understanding for our problems I believe that the attitude of Jew, toward the Franco regime should be of loyal collaboration, because it has demonstrated benevolence toward Jews, since it came to power, whenever Jews found themselves in some condition of dependence from Spanish authorities. "I am not referring only to this attitude in metropolitan Spain during the last war. when no Jewish refugee was refused entrance (unlike what happened in Britain and Switzerland 1 but also in all moments of the postwar period, when Jews found their lot depending upon the help and the protection of Spain, for instance in North \ a, including Egypt, or other territories under Spani or influence." NEXT WEEK: Franco's Attitude Toward Jew*. Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ In All Things, We Speak Only for Ourselves THE STAND of American Jewon the Issue of Federal aid to parochial schools is now a subjeel oi a hot dispute between the Catholic and Protestant organs. The "'Church and State." organ of the Protestants and Other Americans United, came out with an article claiming that an "informal alliance is taking shape in American life between the Jewish community and those Protestants who be separation of church and state The publication based its assertion on a speech by Dr. Maurice Eisendrath. president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. and a statement of the Washington Jewish Community Council. It expressed the belief that the sentiments expressed tne in the speech and in the statement percent of the An • i omn unity T ; lie organ. "America." jumped on the claim ol POAU publication and said that it ref belli • ercent" of is Jews endorse "the rigid interprei i1 by the Protestants of the principle of separation ol and state. The truth of the matter is that there is a split :n the American Jewish community on the issue of g i' nient aid to religious schools. While some major Jewish organizations — including the Union of American Hebrew Congregations — oppose any form of government to religious schools. American Orthodox Jewry favors such aid. The truth is also that Rabbi Eisendrath — as his organization assures me — has never presumed to speak for all American Jewry on this subject. Some Salty Yiddish RESPITE HIS first name. Abra ham Lincoln didn't speak Yidish There is. to be sure, a kind f Hebraic tone about his major peeches, traceable no doubt to he influence of the Bible on his tyle Try translating the Gettysburg address into Yiddish, and 1 uspect it wouldn't t.\o so well — not as web at any rate as in Hebrew I have seen • in Hebrew, and the majesty of Lincoln's speech suffers no impairment. For that austere lignity, Hebrew is incomparable: but Yiddish h..a tiness and earthiness that is as rare. Lincoln had his Yiddish side, too He was a humorist too like Shalom Aleichem Oddly enough. both Lincoln and Shalom Aleichem dealt with the topic of God', attitude todward the poor or common iple Everyone knows Lincoln's remark thai God must have loved the common people, for He made i many of them Shalom Aleichem thought differently "God did not like the poor, for if He did. he asked, would He have made them poor?" Lincoln and Shalom Aleichem thus reached : .metrically opposed conclusions, and yet the mode of reasoning is of the same type, a kind of Yeshivah bachur" type of reasoning — a mental "twist" it were. The Talmud students were indulging in the "Twist" long ago. Indeed, in the higher flights of logic and mathematics, there is a kind of dance of the mind that goes on. I suspect Lincoln would have liked Yiddish. I can picture him saying: "We need slavery like a hole in the head." How could you put it more forcefuly than with this Yiddish expression? Incidentally, needing a thing "like a hole in the head" has become now an Americanism, as much as the Yiddish "Go Fight City Hall." •



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    Friday. February 16. 1962 *• Unitt itcrkUai) Paqe 15-A. Diplomats Tag Nikita With Anti-Semitism Continued from Page 1-A vief leader has frequently disussed Jewish questions and almost invariably has displayed tracts, at least, of anti-Semitic prejudices common to the borderland of the Ukraine where he grew up." Describing the fear prevailing nmong Soviet .lews as anti-Semitic increase, the New Yoj-k Times correspondent declared that there were no pogroms today in Russia as in ihe times of the Czar. .though the old Czarist slogan the .lews and save Russia" i j be uttered by some hooligans. "Nor are Jews being executed or lipped off to Siberia as in Stalin's days." the correspondent reported. Nevertheless, the correspondent i nphasized, Jewish fear and su. it en in the Soviet Union are now i the increase because of the revival of anti-Semitism which has stimulated "by aggressive official propaganda against the Jewigion, often couched in terms %  lur the boundary between ligion and anti-Semitism." Salisbury reported thai neo%  Young Communist League BS "have been mobilized to inate and browbeat Jewish ities.' Jew in many places Soviet I'ninn are reluctant is with foreign' i r -•because ol the reprisi I at may he visited ujjpn them by the Government. Foreign diplomats, the correspondent said believe that the chief motive in the new campaign against Russian Jews is not antireligiousness but gross nationalism and fear of foreigners. The Soviet reg-me fears its Jews, partly on the basis of the standard Communist phobia against any non-Communist social group and partly on the fact that Jews have ties with other Jews abroad and have frequently shown "sympathy for and interest in" Israel. The Soviet regime is considered by foreign diplomats hypersensitive on the Zionist question and is believed to suffer from security qualms because of the sympathy Ol many of the 3.0O0.0OO Soviet Jews for Jews in other countries. Such feelings were sharpened as a result of the sympathy with Israel displayed by Jews openly in Leningrad and other Soviet cities. The diplomats point to the fact thai the most prominent Jewish victims of recent months have been persons who have had social and cultural contacts with Israeli diplon c spondi nl emphaof the Israeli acl In in -.u h coi tacts would have • ; % %  tioi anj ihei Of FINANCE YOUR CAR M*rnh*>r Federal Rrwerve System Federal Dept MI Insurance IVrpuratJon Metropolitan sank F MIAMI 117 It FIRST AVENUE HI-SMI — at low bank rates. Our Installment Loan Dept. Js open until 3:30 Monday^ through Friday. % Ml fill KW OM HOW WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You : Hear the Woi : Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM country, in Russia, the contacts spurred the Soviet security appaI. tus to furious activity. In addition to the arrests, trials sentences ol Jewish religious < aders in .Moscow and Leningrad. i rrespondent wrote known ; respected Jewish leaders in i, ga, Kiev, Vilna and Tasnknet mong other cities with substantial Ji wish communities, have been ; reed to resign to be replaced by men more pliable to soviet wishes. The drive to smear Russian Jews by "exposing" them as speculators and absconders was the same as the method used by police and young Communist agents to attack non-conformist youths and liberal | v. riters. Mr, Salisbury stressed. In recent months, the correspondent reported, the embattled Soviet Jews have attacked articulate allies in the Soviet intellectual community. Such persons, he wrote, were actively trying to arouse Russians generally to a feeling of shame and rage at the anti-Semitic stain on the national conscience. He cited the young poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko, whom he described as the idol of Soviet youth, as an outstanding example and also the poet Vladimir Nekrasov, who took a stand similar to Yevtushenko considerably earlier. On the plus side, the correspondent reported that dismissal of Jews from posts to exile or execution v. as no longer occurring as it did l uring the Stalin era. Moreover. Jewish students, at least in Moscow and Leningrad, seem to have less trouble than in tore in getting higher educational institution-. role ol Jewish scientists in Russia's spectacular space %  rhi< v rni, nts has won "grudj cci ni ion in high Governmi 11 that, the correspondent "anti-Semitism i> still %  i| on the Soviet scene." He te among other facts the story : K.-. v and the nearby gully, called %  i. r, v here the Nazis inarched 0 Jewish men. women and children and slaughtered them. 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    Pogc 16-A "Jenrit fkrfcf/ar Friday, February 16. 19=2 Announcing A National Celebration of the 70 th Birthday of EDDIE CANTOR Bt". ve in. Benefactor of Human::;. : nd Bui I Israel With The.^e F ] iends Participating in Person JACK BENNY ROBERTA PETERS EDWARD G. ROBINSON DICK SHAWN SCPHIE TUCKER Guest Speakers HON. ERIC A. JOHNSTON AMBASSADOR MICHAEL S. COMAY President •: f Motion Picture Association of America Permanent Representative of The State of Israel tc the "nited Nai SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24th at SEVEN P.M. GRAND BALLROOM FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL NATIONAL SPONSORING COMMITTEE Urn he : %  • %  • • %  Ho< %  --' Mamr AtH s Mai %  i I %  Mo-: e 0 r,oef SUM '." On .1 Almoi %  • Co JJK-.nl Ai ?. •'•• • : bH lacol Set : • %  i Set Raton -' rang ltd B< I Phi Ho:,. %  • L. •Sr : I t Jacoi Rdio t tf Set et I li>i : Cli-% %  Lou Mi: • B .uns VM EllUOAi -;• E • L E::AT s Quentm N Bui %  '.ra-e .... .... AHomer • Capehart Sen. jc"" D [ berth 1 :.el ; -clt itDcm '.-t.ez I Chevi er Sen Fran* Church •: %  i Tow C ark Benjacr i Eoher Com let King* Cole I ermtf Cooper Dana %  Daroff -• jo* M aid s< M Di Meivr { .. .: jfti le i EUta st % %  .-Lfci". I mar M Ser [ Mrs Moses PI Gov Norm! I Mis U Di Sa:Feder Fecerbi -.--. Fe'erman ':' £ -;r ; nberg : .:. i %  %  stein • -c : :"$ Sen. ram : :-? he ;-. a Freeman Sen. J W.FulbrigM : Nelson i-uec* .'ucgeJcsepnGcidbe-g .c ; den : •' %  Be jrnan [-. 'lehuT Scdmann — Goodman Mrs. : ;_. P. Gcrnch -:Joseph B.Grossman 5s-. Ernest Sruen ng IraSi Her :-'.. N emLCuy [ .•. am Habei Harris %  '-• p : Hart tort HatfMid Fa. --* fort • '.:". -:-. %  •-. • -. ;. -..-'-55 phrey Henry M. j kson Sen. Jacob K Jat :s George Jessel • Abe has e %  IL! '. .•-;-. (. Mrs Josepn Katchln -:t • %  Sen. Kenneth! Keating Sen. Estes •'.'?..ei '. : %  Kenny Sci Ottc Ke'nei LeonH Keyset -g ;.--.e • :s WHIS. Knight Manuel Kon gsce-g Mrs i igfi'.: Kramarsky Cc. dLloyd Kreeger Krensky Mrs Mce Kudler Nathar -.is --•-.-.i'o Lawrence C. L£y :-c. Da c L Lawrence Mr< : araLcfl %  -.'.-. krthurLevin it Lot : E .'. %  n pschuU .. .:. ngsion F: • Lutefman Leonard Lyons Ser Warrer :-.e %  :'£ I %  %  • •-'•.. 5i \ gem McCart 1 !) :.. i %  • McQee Sen ~i'. McNamara I:. :•£.{ McN Chols Bei '.'eccfsky • Menuhin Robert E Meynei w r.c rvingMillei Ser jack Miller Edward D. Mitchell 5 ',' e Mcnrcne. rf. Henry Mcrger.thau J'. 2<. r iin E Morrison Sen, Wayw Morse If. "*"Ltic E. Morton St". Frank I '.'as • ''c> ar Moss Mrs Sidnev S.Munter Seorge ^.Murphy -hnund S. Muje Robert R. Nathan ... ore ( .e ;n I I .-. ( '•'. .--;nt '.. '.t. : John* Nottejr. M's Jan Peerca Sen. Claibornc c i i krthoi : -.-< c: '• Roberta Peters :.. Wei ej %  vm I %  %  %  %  .Se-. A nstori 1. P-r.'y Proxm.ro | W.Rabb : flney R. R.it>0 Jacob Rabr.. \l .•:-;•: ',•-( • -;.:-<'.: :•: %  ; ; -..-•'.• -.-: %  ? %  %  ..:,-; ; K [ '• ien .-. : Robertson ::*f'c E 'iccirscn Mrs : -<- -: Roosevelt .:. ibell Rcsellmi : ; DSI Berg :<".t ROSI • Herbert Rcssman %  thbaid E Harry Rothtx Samtii Rothberg ... i t t :"i(K %  ,'•• '. Di Rbran • .<'.-'. %  %  • -. % %  %  • • i • % %  it Don %  • %  ; osepl i • .I %  tzei Mu"f I eph SI •>noa Hii.el S • I itt Hon. Edward S. S • %  I Benja i I Louis sobol A. M. Sonn.M' d .'':, • .'i -.• & Mrs Mi •' -. %  ,* rStei ii lac Sti Jack Stern Sternthal Gecrge Steven' Mrs. Man St0llrn Phillip Stollman Gov jcr-.n B Sw< n %  a Benjam i H Se?• • .:ion MarkTapei • layloi ten Tct.o Scphie Tucker /alloc %  K Volpt Nagnei '. .. :, .s.i'hurg A. urn %  •• • .Weems • i sea Laun % %  i"P %  i i cioiigh : ilg %  I | For information cr.d reservations communi ate :. ith EDWE CANTOR 70TH BIRTHDAY CGM.VI7 Louis H. Boyar. Rational Chairman 424 Lincoln Lane. Miami Beach JE 2-7311



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    Israel Bond Conference to Open Here Jfewislh Flloiridlftauti .,; %  '.: %  :. cc. Friday, February 16. 1S6Z Section >;m? •' A3 1 Me %  --: dessert covers one-hall c: cultural settlement : • pe tec :c provide ::rIt is sc-ecu!ei to :e the homes end emplc.:mi the Nerev iex serr.e lens ve developmenl proorcm m L'. 1 ICC settlers in !h .. E : •.• ten veers. e. Urban centers enc cerir^e Negev Israel's Future Vista; A Decade of Reawakening Ahead Development of the Negev Will Spark Gathering As Theme for '62 Campaign •;, | g -.<-,:! launching ps for th international campa .1 1 .-. ; .. Bonds %  • scene lor the inauguration 01 > massive ] rcgrtm open u] th< • ;.-". Negev desert lo ni • %  ... • • .--;•-. sta • I the Dei e cf the Negev will %  1 •• %  .-,-..-be I,, 1 %  %  F %  F< v Z~ %  % %  : : -: • • of ; %  %  : • %  -. I I • %  effort • %  %  as : %  %  : %  %  : ] r Bpei •:.: I I %  : • • -* 2-C : : • •< %  %  %  5 • %  i %  : %  ..... • • %  %  : %  • Motioi in : 1 East as % %  • : %  r %  I f the .: %  • %  the Jor: • • %  •. I [JDIl CANTO* nat'icnal Builitrs choirmo'History of Economic Arena Entering New Development H III" ...ItTlH' E. :: JOSEPH J SCHWART2 :t Prttideirt, : n E:-c f>gnisa*ien Is %  %  • %  %  i %  • %  : 62 %  %  %  • •:. i • : %  %  : 1 •. • -.-:•-: all .: the %  • narks %  • • • southern .... 11 .Hjgfl CAHTOR'S 7M, BIRTHDAY Will B£ CtttWATg A Great Comedian's Dedication to Humanity %  • • ri •'. %  %  • 1 .. %  • an eventieth 1 Si DCTJ< • lb< ..: iK.tr : the Ann: .. II • %  I toi : r 01 I in the faci st in possit k od • : I Ni Side as a B of star• i 'lit. f %  1 tribute t( arrangi e auspic< the Israi I ring tl ebleau hotel will lor : 'I ... • he has to tl lsra< %  •" %  for 11 • %  (f hifelli wn 1 r Eddi< • %  ater • %  New Yorl 1 E4st S %  • .. • • I %  I 5] I > • • -• %  %  • %  C;---.tr en ~; c 5-C •. 11 accompli >h • h e center of the Israel 1 xperienced imalmost all sectors \ and the Israel 1 -A raise I S57.214.300, I r yeai n its entire history. Tr.es •' ments have comthe basis 1 >r ... effort necessi 1 the reclamation of Israel's uring the next ten : %  • Di 1 ..lie "1 the Negev, .-. EH : I "tay to plunge • gigantu task of opening • %  omic front in the •. • .. i.on.y of the north evi ped the next big step ment I Israel must • n the big triangle of the Negi 1 < ^r* the Negev will a ecade of pioneerehich Israel Bonds will di the teed capital growth. During the Israel Bonds sup. sic sources reaponever) important phase 1 > c nomic expannoting that many shed enterprises, • %  .. i! • itaily important lid not have %  !..aiis from Development ':-* -. : : -r -age 2-C yo*rJ$o*Jt ^oll J^acL the jbesert... <^1LL tfic Jvcjjev Ljrccn



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    /'Fr Fcce 2-C *J(nisf Fhiriidliair Friday, February 15, 1952 1 Israel Bonds: Partnership of Common Destiny! A worker drills for oil qt the Heletz oil field. Israel now supplies apprcximateiy lCo c: her domestic oil requirements, end it is hoped that this figure will soon be increased. Development Continued from Page 1-C Eudget. using Israel Bond funds. With the aid ot Israel Bonds, public funds have pioneered where private capital has feared to tread. In :962 and the years It, come, the development of the .Negev will rely heavily on Israel Bonds. They will be needed to Jay the groundwork lor private initiative in area? which are still r.o:hing but desert. Israel Bonds will play a major role in tinancing irrigation, in building homes, in constructing roads and railways, ir. the discovery and exploitation (1 mineral resources. The development ol the Negev is the cornerstone ol Israel's economic future. Furthermore. this program takes on -pecial urgency in the light of the greatly increased flow (f immigrants to Israel. The p< 0 pie in I-rael are elated by the < \pi! .1 ni 1 ol ."' ceiving so many th isan ol immiTo Israel, immigration 11 esent th r >ettled is 1 %  • : %  I; [hi • it] it is quite clear now %  ii present vi ry serious ems thai • .. %  ce from the the United States. Canada er free land-. The fact that 1961 was the most etivi ear in the history ot Israel Bonds should heighten the i respects for an even more successful result this year. Sound Economic Progress Shows Unemployed Level Down to Near-Zero Point By LEVI ESHKOL Minister of Finance, State of Israel In 1961. Israel's economy made good pi gross in several principal areas. Our gross r.at-onal product increased by ll r -. reaching the figure 1 f S2.625.000.000. For the first time in our history our exports passed the $400.000.000 mark, equal to six times the amount of our exports ten years ago. Industrial exports ro ? e by 19 r ; — from S152.500.000 in 1960 to S181.400.000 in 1961. But an increase in imports did not help narrow the gap in our unfavorable trade balance. We also had to wage a strenuous battle against the threat of inflation. A very significant aspect 01 our economic >ituation last year was that we had practically no unemployment in the country. We are now in that happy position where everybody who can work has a job. If we have a manpower problem, it is the shortage of trained, skilled workers. Bitter Experience of Ten Years Ago Last year we also moved closer to complete self-sufficiency in agriculture. In some respects we are like the I'nited States. We find ourselves confronted with surpluses in some vegetables and dairy products, chiefly tomatoes and eggs. But it is neither possible nor desirable for us to reduce production. The establishment of rew agricultural settlements is no: only linked to the absorption of immigrants but has a direct bearing on the security of our fronties, Under the>e circumstances we have had to place great stress on selling our surplus farm products abroad. Last year we increased our agricultural exports by S6.500.000. During the past year, immigrants have been streaming into Israel Irom 62 countries. .More than 40 r ; arc between the ages of 15 and 45. They are young: they are able: many of them areskilled worker.-: many others are professional*. We remember the bitter experience of ten years ago. We are resolved that never again shall the soil of Israel be plagued by tent cities. Ten years ago. we knew what had to be done, but we did not have the means. Today we are better prepared because there is an Israel Bond drive. We are better prepared because the Israei Bond campaign enabled us to strengthen our economy and to open up new regions of development for this new wave ol immigration. Immigrant Housing Must be Built This is our population explosion. We do not fear it. as other nations do. Wc embrace it as a blessing. The people of Israel are pledged not to set up tent camps again. But I must warn that we are falling seriously behind in the construction of adequate permanent housing. A family unit of 42 square meters built of concrete costs S4.500. An asbestos unit, which is not as good, costs $3,000. Too manyasbestos housing units are being built because we do not have the money to use concrete. We had to adopt a supplementary budget for housing this year as a result of the enormous rise in expenditures for this puipo-i in 1961. At the beginning of last year, we estimated Continued on Page 3-C ,-_.-__:_ : *_* m.. i'*---.^— i—......... During the first ten years of the Israel Bond effort, parts ot the Negev desert were reclaimed through the establishment ol farm settlements and the exploitation of mineral resources. One of the earliest development communities ir. the Negev was Ein Geddi, where young settlers (above) tend the crops Israel Eonds are being called upon to provide the major share of the S25CG00.000 which will be reguired in the next five years to open up the Neaev to industrialization and settlement of tens of thousands of newcomers throughout the area. Israel's textile exports, which were less than S6.000,000 annually five years ago. are expected to reach the S27.000.00t level this year with the aid of Israel Bonds. Shown above is a worker at the Ata Textile plant near Haifc, packing shirts for shipment. Ata, now in the process of raising its capacity to 30.000 spindles, has, like other textile plcnts in Israel, expanded its export production facilities as a result of State ol Israel Bond investments in industry. The Negev: Where Israel's Future Lies OK. JOSIPH SCHWARTZ %  *• ... nolionol vice president Continued from Past1-C orks at Timi. isinj 1 : Elath for coi • with Asia and Africa. rhis was the area through b the children ol Israel entered the Promised Land alter leaving the Sinai Peninsula. Its development lormed a major element in their entire economy. When Prime .Minister Ben-Gunon calls the Negev "the heartland of our future progress." he is restating the basic princrple ot national economic development which was a guiding light to the Israelites of ancient times. Israel's plans for economic development today are predicated upon her capacity to bring about major economic advances in this area during the coming decade with the aid ol Israel Bonds. The Israel Bond drive seeks a minimum of S66.500.000 during 1962 for investment in the Negev and other areas of Israel's economy. The development of the Negev as a center of settlement and industrialization assumes increased importance at present, due to the accelerated flow ol 1mmigrai Is Israel Israi I %  pati ? a increase ol e nexl lour \ 1. and al 1 m llion durii coming d cai e, bi inging her total population well past the 3.000.000 mark. Ot the first 500.000, about 125.000. or 25,000 families must be settled in the Negev. The greater part of the financial resources for this program must come from Israel Bonds, which during the period from May. 1951 to the end of 1961 provided more than $533,000,000 for the economic development of the State of Israel. The area covered by Israel's intensified development effort in the south may be considered to have its northernmost point at Ashod. on the Mediterranean, twenty-eight miles south of Tel Aviv. Here, where the Philistines had their great temple in honor of their chief deity. Dagon. a new port i~ under construction to link Jerusalem to the east and the Negev to the south with Europe. West Africa and North and South America. The cornerstone of the port, which will ultimately have a capacity of 2,500,000 tons a year, was laid at a ceremony > ;. :>• climaxed Ihe Inter Leadership Conf< n rice ol d drive •ummer. First Construction Stage The first %  : porl construction, to b( completed by 1965, will cost $27,500,000, and provide an annual port capacity of 600.000 tons. The totai project, estimated to cost some $75,000,000, will include the construction ol breakwaters, docks, repair yards and piers, a floating dry dock, a passenger and cargo terminalwharf, a gram silo, a bunker oil manifold, cold storage space, a railroad terminal anj station, and power plants. The town of Ashdod is also an important center of settlement Founded five years ago, it now has a population of 5.000. which 1expected eventually to reach 250.000. South of Ashdod on the Modi terranean stands t h e town of Ashkelon. built on the site of an ancient Philistine city of the same name, which is prominen'ly men tioned in the Bible Ashkelon's Continued on Page 5-C Construction of the new Port of Ashdod in the Negev, on the Mediterranean south ot I Tel Aviv, will make possible a more rapid expansion of IsI rael's exports.



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    Friday. February 16. 1962 *Jenist fteirSdliiatr Page &C £ "/e^e/7 Years of Israel Bonds: Growth With the Jewish State By LOUIS H. BOYAR National Chairman for Trustees, Israel Bcrd Organization w ihe ling of the 1062 might say that the i Israel Bond Oron h.'.already achieved the aius of an old established [act. ii has so success, .rate I itself in the patcom nu litj effort for is me people can no call Alien there was no Bond drive. W< e ali proud ol the fact that .: [srai I has grown so n past thirteen years. e oi ; ;progress has been nomenal that we tend to !he struggle and the trials .,: %  -. first years ol state.\<.. %  > impressed with aculi us achievements that I to I gel the sacrifice lhej \\ lived on the part ill thi people ol Israel and Ihe ol en irt and money in, is the Jewish communities ; nil I States and Canada. l: record results ol the Israel Bond campaign in i%i. when we i i iggest year, warrants i, I ling ol real accomplishment. Yel i accomplishment is consideri ly dwarfed by the year in and year out results during a decadi of Israel's existence which began with austerity, shortages and -irious financial difficulties and ended with higher production. greatly increased exports and a growing economic stability. This remarkable transformation of Israel's economic position could not have been achieved without the steady flow of Israel Bond dollars amounting to a grand total of more than $533,000,000 as of ihe end of last year. Trail Bluing Enterprise Israel Bonds were launched by Prime Minister Ben-Gunon when ten people had confidence in the economic viability oi the State ol Israel, when only a relatively small number of people in the United States considered Israel's future in terms of large-scale investment. It was in every sense of the word a trail-blazing, pioneering enterprise, traveling an uncharted course and based almost entirely on faith—Israel's faith in the willingness of American Jewrj to undertake a new venture in economic financing— American Jewry's faith in the capacity of the people of Israel to make good, to rise from the depths of economic crisis and achieve a comfortable degree of self-sufficiency. In both instances this faith has been fully justified. As a result, we can now look to 1962 and to the years that will follow with optimism, knowing that whatever crisis of need, or challenge of opportunity Israel may face, the Jews of the United States and Canada will measure up. We can approach the 1962 Israel Bond drive with hope of greater results because at no time since its inception has this program enjoyed a wider acceptance or a better record of constructive achievement. We know also that in any enLOUIS BOYAR notional Trustees chairman terprise • %  hich Is \ ital to Israel's future, tiupeople oi Israel will nol fail, if we understand its significance. It Israel must open up the Negev to mass settlement, it will do so. in spite of the tact thai it involves a new and massive ta^k ni breathing life into a desert that has been dead tor altwo thousand years. 1 have no doubt that this objective will be realized, il we recognize the extent"of our responsibility. A Vigorous Supporter It is fitting that we should inaugurate this year's drive with a national celebration of the seventieth birthday of Eddie Cantor. No one has been more devoted to the Israel Bond effort. No one has been more deeply concerned with Israel's development We honor Eddie Cantor not only because oi his leadership on behalf of Israel Bonds during the past ten years We have dedicated this occasion to him because tor more than thirty years he has been among the most vigorous and the most ful supporters oi everj phase ol the rebuilding ol the Jewish homeland. We hope that he will continue to s e r v e as an inspiration to American Jewry for many years to come. We believe that the success of this inaugural conlerence for Israel Bonds will be the most meaningful w a y of celebrating his seventieth birtthday. A Common Destiny Continued from Page 2-C the cost of housing construction for 1961 at I£59.000.000. But the Ministry of Housing actually required I £200.000.000 to meet the pressing demand for immigrant housing. The largest portion of the added funds for the development budget have been earmarked for immigrant housing. The number of new housing units for the fiscal year ending Mar. 31. 1962 will reach 20.000. Many of these immigrant homes are being built in the Negev development towns. We must establish 2.500 housing units in Ashdod; 2.500 in Dimona; another 2.500 in Beersheba; 1.500 immigrant homes must be built in Ashkelon; 1.200 in Elath; 1.200 in Kiryat Gat: 1.000 m Arad; and 700 in Mitzpe Ramon. Israel's Relation* with African Nations Turning our eyes to the south, we face a monumental task — a task that will require outpouring of resources of money and manpower — of idealism and know-how — of persistence and courage As long as there is an unpopulated Negev. Israel will not be completely secure. As long as the Negev is empty there will be need for self-sacrifice and pioneering effort. But that is where our future lies and the rewards justify the highest degree of dedication and hard work. Our young people and our new immigrants are ready. It is up to Israel Bonds to provide the tools — the picks and shovels, the roads, the machinery, the irrigation pipeline and the homes and the villages. With such help, we will awaken the Negev from its long sleep ot 2.000 years. ,. Our technical assistance program has brought Israel guid ance and professional training to no less than 62 countries, most of them in Africa and Asia. We are nobody's rich uncle, but we are everybody's willing and helpful cousin Our friendship and our offer of technical aid are based not on our financial Continued on Page 4-C %  %  %  *-• % % %  ... portrait of ^Development The illustrations on the map indicate the various forms of development in the Negev which are being made possible by Israel Bond funds. Ashdod, on the Mediterranean near Tel Aviv, is a new port now being built to serve Jerusalem and the Negev. A 108-inch irrigation pipe will bring water from the Jordan River down into the desert areas. Zohar is the site of Israel's natural gas fields, oil wells are in operation at Heletz, while Sdom is the location of the Dead Sea potash and bromine works. King Solomon's copper mines and the copper refinery are located at Timna, and Elath is being expanded as Israel's port for trade with Asia and Africa. Among the major centers of immigrant settlement are Beersheba, capital of the Negev, Kiryat Gat, Sderot, Lakhish, Ofakim, Arad, and Mitzpe Ramon. I Bond Conference to Open Here Feb. 23 JACK BENNY Continued from Page 1-C the arid regions of Israel and neighboring Arab States. The spokesman for Israel at the Feb. 24 dinner in honor of Cantor will be Ambassador Michael Comay, Israels permanent representative to the United Nations Jack Benny will head the group of Cantor's personal friends who will share in the entertainment program, including Roberta Peters, renowned coloratura soprano of the Metropolitan Opera; Edward G. Robinson, celebrated film star who has been closely identified with Israel Bond leadership during the past ten years; Sophie Tucker, who shares with Cantor the lofty heights of show business fame: and Dick Shawn, popular TV and stage comedian. Prior to the Saturdav night celebration, the national Women's Division will launch us phase of the Israel Bond drive for 1962 with the international premiere showing of a striking Dior Israel Collection. It will be held on Friday. Feb. 23. at a luncheon with Mrs. Jan Peerce. national chairman, presiding, and Carroll Baker and Jan Sterling, noted motion picture personalities, as special guests The Sunday closing session of the inaugural conference will be a business session, concerned with the adoption of an intensive program for the sale of $66,500.000 as the minimum the Government of Israel expects to realize from Israel Bonds this year. Spearheading the first phase of the drive will be the Trustee Division of purchasers of S10.000 and over, which will be headed in 1962 by Louis H. Boyar. prominent Los Angeles business leader and philanthropist, who was recently named national chairman of Trustees. The enrollment of subscribers in the Trustee cate gory will have a new feature this year related to the special effort for the reclamation of the Nege\ desert. The standard amount entitling a purchaser to be designated a Trustee is S10.000. This year. in order to make larger funds available for the Negev program, a new honor category known as Negev Trustee has been established, based on a minimum purchase of $15,000 for the current year. ROBERTA PETERS EDWARD C. ROBINSON



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    Fcae 4-C > Insist ftrrHi'W Friday. February 1G. 19,52 LOLA BEER CHRISTIAN DIOR LOLA BEER .-.-. Die-graphed a: the £r.:rar.:e -a the Jaffc Museum in Israel this made! is by Israels ::p designer Lcla 3ee: featuring an easy ..tt.e suit with a ha.-ge hox-plected skill hip cu cr.-.er.rtr. sleeves r:.; burnished ~c'.d rah.-.e:.-: aia'—se. The -vocl j by Ycglorr.. o* Israeh G;:e. rrcntie: betweet Jordan and .::aei .3 this tr.ree-piece r.-.o_e. b] Christian Dior sharing a gently flaring skirt s ie :;^:-?:\?~ a:ket. and nutria-lined, hip*e:-.:::. ::.; tct .:•. loomed tweed by Masket. 7 :=:. in Jen Ni3s'-.e rayar. s raraens Lr. I: '.srae this s ons ot the spectacular rr.o-de.s ; Israeli po:tion 0: the Dior-israel Cahectia::. sic.'.ed by lo.z aeer. this Empire-liae ev dress 1 = in yellow silk rrepe Lacarporatiag splashes ; =..ver dowers. er. ELITE FASHION S"0W"G WiLL CLIMAX WOMEN S DIVISiON PARTICIPATION He?: men's • • in the 1962 for Is The %  e place at 1 Fontaine'. • i Feb 23 nounci itienl beer. 1 y Mrs. Jan 1 %  %  1 -. • • • eon or the for at a£3i'. sen ing is hot chairman of I en's Division for 1 V fereni The %  : the State of Israel rhii storj Feb 22 ing %  % % %  %  -' the L"i % %  • a.id C auspices I 5ts I ;-rael Bonds In a gesture I en gement ai i tex'.i rld's mo--, ren has created a group oi • • — %  of Israeli fabi Dior's celebrati :re ated the e: -• The Israeli p> rt lection featui sembles • : Israels most celeb turier, Lola Beer A lighted are specia ies : made of ha by llaskit ~.J %  : % %  Sea \ Finy Leitersd %  -. fors, Houseof Ste'ar 3 Neular.der knitwear v %  •. -. F .... :-' r • %  %  rcsxei CAMOU bAKlf tl • • [t :s tat l Israel eh I ed by the international press most e? ; shawj ... ... .. _. • • I Nortn The as phot as .... ,. _. er. Pe".er Fir.k u trip to both c untnes to capture I i ales a {rounds Among the manj ..• ing t : Israel "oiled nil] %  •• %  L Ing es s --' 1 Y rroi Pittsl rgl na*.i eland Bahi-v.ore. Wasl ton Si Louis. Da H stor teg. Kansas Against the striking background o: the traditional Men orah symbol of the State a: Israel, taker. -?J: the Kae> sjt Building in Jerusalem this dress and iacke! with "' %  z •" •' rial is In : tine be-.ae and black v :: zhecfc :y Yaglom. Design by Diot Paris. JiS STMUNG and E -".' and • S ..' %  .— ... sorized Marsii Mia. pre Women Play Leading Rcle in Israel Bond Investment Capital Campaign A Common Destiny Cuntiroed from P*i* 3-C "f^i:h rhi :h we 1> not ha icien tific and eco In t:, %  • ears 1.400 persons from various parts Lsra trainee in • %  traine 12 in LatiE I 1 We on our pat these 3y MRS. .'AN PEEaC€ Ni'iorwl CKairman. Women's Oivisisr There are tens ot thousands ): American and Canadian women ;.>d.i> who jre active as volunteer leaders and workers for State )f Israel Bonds In the eleven years since the launching of the Israel Bond campaign, women have played an increasing ly important part in the raising ol investment capital for Israel I rou^h the powerful instrumentality of Israel Bonds. Today, we can say with justifiable pride that the efforts of *omen throughout the nation result in approv> 25 >i all Israel Bond • and purchases In the banner y 161, i imen's 1 teer efforts resulted in the K i-e\ement >1 .V.J. %  than i\MOJMO a the d that was as: irear foe M ire engaged *:7S. JAM ntKi wirtr.'t -•/ .'.... 1 %  %  %  I wen .1 year's record ~ V r attention 1 -ie-1 1 fixe: < r i the Coruoomuag [naugu rji I j 9ur pace-se gathering for :>;: Some years M.;. 1 beard a vtsi t >r from Israel say some'nnu that has s:j>e-1 in my mind e-' since She told a group of us it an Israel Bond meeting if the deep jj> she had felt. when, for the first time, she saw birds 1 over the Negev rod heard the i aices of children. That, she said. \.a< the spirit of life, the results that the conquest of ta. V'-iev had begun We were gu:d ed b\ that image when we dei the Sponsor pm for 1982, guided by he image of bir-is flying n er a gree.: an I : —:..•-• tie \ 1 because where there ar* bird". an i wher 1 there 1 11 • is life. Our 3JO:SJp>>t>ram ea'.'li



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    Friricry. Tfbnxrry 16^1962 Jmi§0 fluiJictr Page 5-C Cantor's Dedication to Humanity ,.-• -..*<-. Irem F* t-C tin %  %  -" % %  : ( • %  • > %  :',r :r\ -<1 %  / ,,^^.!" *. ,,.. %  : ; the %  % %  %  %  % % % %  %  -r. V %  •' "•' i :• %  I ',' • • %  • i ;%  • ., .. '. %  '•••;. i i • %  %  • r tht i : %  %  %  : % %  E:. %  :•;.-. : : '.'* %  = I • • '• • i %  '..•-:. jrfrss t- trc swelte -• \. v "-':-•: S %  • • %  %  :..i : %  •" "g : im: ati • ..->:.. -"-'%  i • -.• • rn f %  • : athai I IK tecane i ill be "he'd %  % %  %  v.a; be waj at t to i r • ; %  U :' %  • %  % % %  -.:.•. VI •! ; casactei BUITOUJ ings f.-.r %  • ., •,. ai rational wee ICI Yi; • ( bt-caxe r-T.t rl the i %  i ted supporteri and IM IK '. ctora oi ttM camp : .-.. ,-i bis carije< jot*. : null i • ii singiEg waiU r ii Walsh's t-ar i.rt' restarti.ir'i .•'*. Coney li and, when 'i ang songs ace) encores to .t c( OBipaniiDeBl of Jimmy I r ..• nt 'ft pianr. At nine:eeE : %  > %  was in senior men b; r ol Oui Edwards "Kid Retire:." ip which tt also o'.rvt-c as a bis i dcei to lit yotflkger actors, rgt Jesse! Is particular. ••! t %  adc bif first appearID the 191" Ziegfeld Foll i • his colleague s included : gen V C Fieldi Bert %  e %  • •< •-; pasHi aw 1 %  ncrr.a Esther •:•-._ r he!d:r.g her :. \ % %  • %  %  '--' • Ida T( %  ~ -r. l i. i <.. family I i .. ighters. C n %  %  "-;_,:• bcwii i >*•: % %  ..:,. d Folis •-;::' dan;!:.wai b r -.c ttcf< y, ,y* I 5 '.*< j I J -\ i I •. ;( %  .; : J > r. > %  • : (. %  %  •graph ta1 tr -: >• •. : %  J ..-• %  %  • -. .. rtc ; %  %  >".-. ":.-:• | %  • j \ •. 1 %  • another medium, lh • there the | hici %  • %  %  : • .. %  "K Bi !s 'was ; Scbu'beri :'.•-: %  --'".-• Sidl Otftci : wed or.j '.ttrt .: '. %  "Special D; L'vtry' an "K?i •: m Spair : %  i.. i i:... '. had hi' %  : ; re spa '•'. : • %  : -. : reach) thi e Z ; egieii :.-.^:. <. t J "Wl • t< ." lh< I92S S1 -: i: rail tar.celei • :< • ". -' : : < : x. : sUCCCS; : s • < %  '• •. ir %  tvestoi • at ti • Car'.ci ad thi • i .. .'>-. %  %  %  : : %  an %  %  -<.; •:;.;:;.>. Short i n liars hi* sf*.f erf hum^r %  %  %  I -; %  •}.; r thai •:-'-: %  • ;-!t WTch t; • his -' Si :•< • %  • • i : : < i ra*l n :' • ; %  < a >e!J, "Caugbl S on wbicr reaped .: ur.expecied v r ('a 1 i! rojrakies. Ci>e'.c4 Success er the late Presidec 1 FTarkJ on !a%  ;.; : % %  • v. U mil .. • : '. •-•• r<^" '. very S. ndaj right %  < n d ti ai hi coi Id get te: tier people to pv dime • i; %  That ;i; th beg:si •• MarCl • mes as conejved by two } ,: ; Prcs %  thi :~ %  %  %  l< -:• %  •. Eddi< anti • • bums ....... • ... i I.BBAHA*. fUNtlKC .'pretiienl kt GUIlOtN notional choirmon 7fn>. (.* causes, ircluc'ir.f; !hc h>.t. Cross find entertainment ar.d other morale services on t-thalf o! members < %  America's armed force?. H e has alwav^ 1-Ti n*?;'uick to speaKOUt fn De^ half of justice and fair play. He E truly a rr.an passionately dedicated to the cause of libert.' and human dignity. Cantor was a "natural" for televis'on. Hen \-a.the per:uec! from Pag* 2-C major industry i> tht lamous Yu)ai ,' -.iant. manulacturer ol the giant pre-stressed concrete ; !<108 inches in diameter, which are btinj; utilized to build •r.t national irrigation project %  : eh \wil bring water from the Jordan River to tht large desert areas ol tht Negev. When compete 1 in 1963. this line will be about ere hundred milts long. and is expected to irrigate about iOO.OO*. acreof the Ncgev. Israel Bond lunrts play a major role in f ranting both the Yuval Gad p:ar.t and the construction of tht f ipe )ire. Southeast !>' on leveiopment, alI wi % % %  • umber A-i Lak! • is tx;.ctr. t plaj a decisive role in thi a v >orrr:rr o! immigrants dur,r the coming years. El ii Heletz. the B'sor area will be another locus of agricultural development, scheduled tc reclaim more than lOO.OOO acres which are no: now cultivated. Its central town, also called B'?or. will provide homes lor a lar'.number of newcomers to Israel. Tc the east, in the north central regicn. stands tht city of Bterfeheba, capital of the Negev. which on themap has the shape of a jjiant arrowhead. A sleepy Bedouin \illage when Israel became a state ir 1S4S Beershcba today is a thriving city with approximately 50.000 citizens. It has a number of important industrial plants, including the Kharsah ceramic.works and the Machteshim chemical factory. Farther to the east, near the shores of 'ht Dead Sea. lit the Zohar natural eas fields, discovered am developed recently with the aid oi Israel Bonds. An event. output 11 '-*? equivalent to • 90,000 tons of fuel oil per ><;•..-. valued at Si OOO.OO <; :r, o is < •;> %  led A sixir.cb pipeline -".as beer pul %  pi ration brir.j i{ the gas fn m %  i thi Dead Sti potash i k$ where .... as will soor %  Li'ed : •• %  < • %  tr | Ian' at Ii ti. and eventually, it is hoped, .her. will be enough gas u supplj Beershcba, or even Tel Aviv. S'dom. at the southern tip of the Dead Sea, is the site of t.le lamous plant which extracts t.le minerals found in the waters and processes them for commercial use. The Dead Sea Works, inoperative at the end of Israel's War of Liberation, were reactivated ard have been greatly expanded during the past decade with the aid of Israel Bonds. Pota-h production is now approximately 150,000 tons per year; present plans call lor 600,000 tons by l<**5 and 900.000 tons by 1968. Port of EUth Southwest oi S'dom lies trie town of Dimona. where Isnel B.r.ds have financed the mining of phosphates and the construe* tior. of a processing plant. A new calcination plan: has just been completed; Israel has passed ,: gh the experimental staje u producing phosphates 5 Plans call for a su >...: increase in phosphate iction. ill the N< ge\ partli i .:> h. southern part sta na, i variety of i-ira! resources have ivered v ith the aid >t Continued on Pase 6-C Among Leaders Who Will Appear These a-e among the out/stand Figures in American Jewry who have long he d significant positions z : 'eac'ersn c i the !srae ; Bond Orgar ; 7c*'cr. As in the past, once again they will assume these positions on the occasion of the 1962 Is-ae' Bond campaign tc be launched here et the nctiona! inaugural conference, Feb. 23 to 25 in the Fontainebleau hotel. Their names are not alone identified with bonds They are equally distinguished in a variety of other fields, including Jewish cultural, welfare and noteworthy philanthropic causes. I MKHAU STAYniKI rffch HtHiuyi (MrMM ./ MENU USKEV SAMIM MIHBillC noliono' cc-npoign choirmen JULIAN VENfZKY naftono! choirmon for reaions MAX BKCSSLEK notional Guardians chairman ::. % 



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    •z^x&^ll^^&ii'Ms&L'.L-P'cae 6-C *Jen lsl> HcrkKar Friday, February IS, 1952 Mere Israel's Future Lies Continued from P: 3 5-C Bonds. These include .,,,._ 6 i58 sand, ce1 1 1 8y g; psum, feldspar and p rtner .,, ; %  from Dimona, alr .. ,i.. ( 5 0U -h o) Bei rsh ba. is ,settlement I .... ,1 ; |S tO • %  1 I % %  • 1 spioi -' lhal P mi M ister Ihe firs dri mi -' %  '"-1 v h •'-<• settlemenl 1 r. chose as %  r ,. -,. %  -. from public of, 1 Mr Ben1 %  • acfc to thi %  %  • go. he .. --1.. Boki r his l N r tli southi > less than fiflei 1 : the l 1 Elath. lne 1 r mines I 1 repn sei I ( -.' 0 Israi t's % %  %  1 a i res rces. On the K ; ng Solomon's i • nl copper 1 posits are tx ing ex, .:-.. d %  machinery. %  processed in a new refinery 1 wi h the use of Israel Bond reserves at Tim. iceed 50.000.000 tons of ore. with an average copper content of 1.4 perceni Ela-h, on the Cull of Aqaba. is e l'-s southernmost outpost, ant! has grovawapidly utilizing since ihe 5 -., •ol Tiran were opene I to ihe shipping of all nations followgin .: Campaign of l -., ;....gatev a> to the ... ,. 1 E as t Africa and Asia. Eiath as n ached the poi n t ndling more than a minor, tons of cargo per %  of which ci -• %  sists .: phosphates and r • % %  :l N .-, ',':. %  capacity of arbor is due to be in-, -. I as % %  %  • • ': "' %  < P or ) '"' m. and il is at ,: will reach 1.000.000 i per y< ar by 1970. harbor ol Elath, [< ra 1 i s 1 ching a great number |j i g Ghai a, Cam[1 ng Kong. Liberia. EthiS ith Africa. Japan and oth" r countries On Feb. 1. 1962. tl first ; assenger ship to berth ..%  i, 1 f, r .. 6 000 mile round trip, inaugurating regular service Ethiopia. French Somaliland, K<: ya an ; T. ngi nj ika I lath, who < population has Cantor's Dedication Continjed frem Page 5-C the medium Following his hi art attack on Oct. 1. 1P52. K had to curtail his programs some of his other public • aranci Attachment to Heritage One str< ng. unbroken thread that runs through the labric of hsr's life and career has been his attachment to his Jewish heritagi Himself the son c; immigrants, he came to know : pr % %  %  %  and hopes ot the %  wish imigra on the lower East Side v ho had fled trom European pi groms to 1-. Qd : : eu lif in America. With the rise of Hitler and thi mass decimation "f European Jewry, there was a di si rati need for two urgent task-: thi rescue ot the Burvivors, many of them children, and the early establishment of an independent Jewish state in the land of Israel as the surest way to save and rebuild lives. To this cause. Cantor devoted all his time and energy, touring thi major cities if America to address countless meetings and breaking all rec1. in funds ra Bed in the hi-Un of the I'nited Jewish Appeal. in June. 1950. tvo years after the State of Israel was established, Cantor visited the country and the renewed hope thai he saw in the faces of the immig 1 and the laughter of the children was the best t.-ankthat he could have had r bis j 1 ars f dedicated effort. When t le State of Israel announced the lirst Israel Bond issue in May. 1951, Eddie Cantor was among the first to rec1 /< %  that this would he a great --up in helping the people of brad to build a future. Since then, he has been an inspiring mainstay in the forefront of the drive tor over ten years. Through his key role as rational chairman of the Builders of Israel, he has helped Israel to build more than a quarter of a million permanent housing units with the aid ol Israel Bonds. The Campaign Inugural In the days when the British Government was keeping Jews out of Palestine, as Hitler was spreading his campaign of death throughout Europe. Eddie Cantor turned down an invitation to play in London. His comment at that time was typical and stirring. "I will not make a people laugh who make my people cry." Only a few months ago. he had occasion to repeat these words when the Arab League announced a boycott of his films for his efforts in behalf of the State ol'Israel Bond campaign. It is characteristic of Eddie Cantor that he specifically requested that his birthday be utilized to advance in some concrete form the development of the State of Israel, grown to i 100. is developing as C entei of light industry and tourism s well as a port. It is ihe point .•: origin of the oil pipeline, bunrwWTT9re**oirtr*tids, h carries oil trom tankers berthed a. Elath to Be rs and from there to the ret.: at Haifa. Israel's largest harbi 1 •.11 the north. Of spe. %  advance of the v ge> are thi -. which arc being set up %  pnters ol new settlement an lighl industr> Planned :o achieve economic ;„,!,.. even bef. re the nev i tional in itpeline is completed, each of these towns will ultimately serve as the center of ai 1 -"'cultural area. Among %  importani I these towns ai Heletz: Ofakim. west ol B< 1 rsheba; Arad, n rthwest of Zohar. and Mitzpe Ramon, twentymiles south ol Sde Boker. Ea< h of these t o \ n is expected to have a population of 10.000 persons initially, and th< development of each is estimated to cost some S40.000.000, much of it to be derived I 11 m Israel Bond funds. Decade of the Negev Eventually, some of these newtowns have more ambitious plans. Arad. for example, which has the benefit of fuel from the nearby Zohar gas field:-, is expected some day to be an industrial center with a population of 50.000. Many of the workers at the Dean Sea Works in S'dom will live in Arad. Housing is of course one of the most decisive elements In Israel's planfor tthe development of the Negev. The rate of construction must be maintained at 20.000 or more housing units per year. For the coming year, it is planned to establish 2.500 housing units in Ashdod; 2,500 in Dimona and another 2.500 in Beersheba; 1 500 in Ashkelon. 1.200 in Elath. 1.200 in Kiryat Gat. l.OOO in Arad and 700 in Mitzpe Ramon. The average housing unit for a family costs S4.500. During the coming years—the Decade of the Negev—Israel must apply tthe pattern of the developed upper hall of the country to the lower h al f. which is still largely barren. The sand and dust must be replaced by the green of cultivated land, primarily through large-scale irrigation. Industries must be built, homes must be provided, mineral resources must be exploited on an increasing -cale. The achievement of this program, so vital to the future of Israel and to its capacity to absorb the growing influx of immigrants, depends in large measure on the results "l the Israel Bor.d campaign. Mrs. Golda Me;: ilett Minister, lor Foreign Atit : the_ oi Israel, presents a specie! Israel stamp awatd tc Mis. : lin D, Roosevelt ior her outsanding assistance to Ihe car. for State oi Israel Bonds. The presentation took -lace recent luncheon foi the current drive of the Create: York Women's Division of the Israel Bond ccrr.y:. gn I development ot every sector of Israel's economy -nd t: reclamation oi the Neqev. Women's Leadership Role Sophie Tucker will be among the stellar array oi periormeis due to pay tribute to Eddie Cantor on the occasion c: his 70th birthday. Continued from Page 4-C year is at the S1.000 purchase level; our Sponsors provide Israel annually with S4 to $5 million in lean capital through Israel Bonds. Last year, in celebration of Israel's Bar Mitzvah anniversary, we added a higher Sponsor category, the Bar Mitzvah Sponsor at SI.300. Thousands of women responded enthusiastically to that program and. by raising their purchases from SI. 000 to SI.300, swelled the total of city after city. Thi= year we have projected the idea of the Negev Sponsor, who will purchase SI.500 in Isr?el Bonds to help speed the development of the \l 1962. we "igh and realistic hopes that this will be a potent lorce in the r the Workers at the Timna copper mines come from ell over Ihe world, like the minei at the left, who migrated tc Israel trom Tunisia, and the one on the riant, from Morocco. The copper refinery and the mines, brought back to production with the aid of Israel Bonds for the first lime since K:r.c Solcrr.on's days, produce some 5,800 tons of copper annually. The metal has been exported in the form of copper center.: but expansion oi equipment with the aid of Israel Bonds w.. soon make it possible to produce the finished product at the rerlr.ery near Timna. .#-wrH. attainment of large-scale investments throughout the year. In 1961. 1 had the Impressive and joyful experience of taking part in the Jerusalem Conference for Israel Bonds. It was three years since I had last had the opportunity to visit Israel. I found it hard to believe the astounding changes and improvements that 1 saw wherever we traveled. And. having conferred with the toremost leaders of the Government of Israel about the profound importance of Israel Bonds, I returned to America with a firmer determination than ever before to bring the Israel Bond story before the Jewish women of America These women have moved from success to success. Again in 1962. I will be visiting Israel. My husband and I will be there later in the year. By joining forces now and b> sustaining our efforts, w must make 1962—the Yearol the Ni 1 —the most productive of all yi rs in the history cf Israel Bo:.. A Common Destiny Continued from Page 4-C Century in economic development and in medical and or C tional programs. The evolution of this far-flung assistance n gram as opened up a new era for Israel We are no longer ai fSe n>ose of the isolation which our Arab neighbors sought lo tigr-ten around us through the boycott and blockade We have"proved that r.o one Can set up fences high enough to flint us ou'. !•> bar us from trade and friendly relations with the great" Majority of the 104 countries that now make up the L'niten Nations. Our success in findins and making numerous friends in every co~.ei of the globe has created an economic and political .-.itlrne wrrich no Arab hostility can destroy. We are speeding up the development of the port of 1 itt to provide ns with a suitable gateway of trad* 1 i ihe Ttl Fast and Africa This port, which once served King Solomon, was the scene of considerable excitement the othir day. It welcomed the very first passenger liner to weigh ancKB* in 'I s waters in 3.000 year*. It was the Burmese ship that will 1 JU laity call al major ports in Fast Africa. South Africa and he Far Feast I menlion it as a small example of th< rcie -eh Flath is destined to play in the future of our ecorcmy. A Common Heritage and Common Destiny Above all. we value the spiritual riches we have in It We take pride in the deep consciousness of destinj which wrfc feel every time a new town is founded, every time a new 1 ad is opened, every time a new school rises, every time a new ettlement is born. And we realize that Jews of othi .ar.ds ire there through their purchase of Israel Bonds. \ %  < ft forward steps in our lives could be taken without Israel I n d money, whether it is at Beersheba or Flath or in a HUB" "'' other places over which the flag ol Israel fill In that sense Israel belongs tO Israel Bondh nid! as it belongs to US, That in essence is the i'II W ,,ir partnership — a • ip basi d on dollai enshi I and sanctified bj the greatest currency of all — our com heritage and our common destiny aJews,



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    1 friday, February 1G, 1962 *Ufemfgf. nurSdt&n Page 7-C Miami Joins National Brotherhood Festivity; To be Opened Feb. 18 % %  > % %  • Conference ol (•i,, .-, -..few* 'Anfounded r Al red !'.. Smith c Pn d "..y of %  •.. %  >i Al thai time, L v j ... ( anti-Catholicj. pt tti itit.ti y. A gioup e i lers. inclu li hj.ji ] '-:. %  fhe., Me ji ... %  • s '. rkes ( a Imaa. j ,_, .'. i d Ca 'i KI .i JL ).• :':. r< aan [ r .e' • ee %  "• ors in za'iin • %  :-!;. anti-Catho'ican> r "• of bigotry that lurr group of Amerirt d v Ith a or?•: %  ( %  u budget of ten .,! and has since -,, j ,.• %  ~ ulf educationran %  63 regional ofid '. r chan'er*. Current K ear y grating budget is ||,:n ma-v S3.UOO.000 ; Orci ->il*t J". M'C'.I is .1 Civ'lC at ati r 'i jiouslv motif;,i i pe ;' • %  "kin? through 11.. m i : liscussion to prov • : ;ra inn and mu11< -. %  • Uti : among men > religious and ur % %  without com prorei.: • iiefs. gove .' %  i i>> a 75 member •: Telected by a ol ..->.•. which repreist g > igcanhic ar aand eccn ethric. and sohout ; iic connii... • %  -i iona 1 c i-(''"'!•• i %  i v Shanks. R %  and Le> %  L pn -i.i t ol NCCJ I c ... itei .font program follows a multiple approach at varicus, levels lo the in i rgr up %  itual i n ::; the comi mit; li ; "•.':'mi I or.s • '! America inr il 5 : 5 10 tag pi [ram v .' ; i a-..I through ex ins 1 il fii 01 an I realizations of iet; S me | rogram acth ities v %  1 al 51 isi rsh'.p Oi Brotherho ci Week; > tuth institutes, conft rences an 1 camps: teacher workshop : labormanagement seminars: police community relations institutes: parent-teacher programs 1 -n "Rearing Children ol Good W'lh" clergy conferences, institute s ar.d dialogue programs: religious news service: annual Mass Media Awards program: and development of printed materials and audio-visual aidtor pro^rammin. k 1. %  %  i.:i ti ot th:. iI boa boar; er' IB" Ci:' 1 tr> "& % %  er. Si' IE !' Principles of Democracy Still Remain to be Put into Effect Pu-aos*: F: kin the By-taws of fii'i :i promote Justice. 'ami' uri %  % % % %  :' -| ::• %  -. %  and cooper. .i — Christians and and %  i alyze moderate ive tj %  iminate inter ?roup ces h disfigure and %  stoi re [ business, social and political relations, with a 1 n\ 1 %  • %  rang at all times el) in .hich the religious •1 Bit terhood and Justice beco • %  the standardol • relation hips." rm: program of 1:• ve — to approach In-.'. • — national ideal of g %  nation, under God. imliN -ihle. M th liberty and jus tit %  r all I: seeks the resolution : co:-' :-.it\ problems by %  "inc.'-g t> bear on them the nj"i • ins [h! shared by all the max rel gious groups and all per-, • of ? ) >d will who make up i • pluralistic society, The OUT OF THE DEPTHS NO l\. Jf an pn view a s< tea iial %  urn, Pricc. mo: bi By DR. LEWIS WEBSTER JONES President, National Conference ef Christians ar.d Jews Despite the fact that the Jude • %  Christian teaching us "the brotherhood of man under the Fatherhood ol God" :the professed beI el of -so million American Catholics, 61 million Protestants, and five ar.d a half million .lews, despite the tact that "libertj and justice for all" is promised in our National Pledge of Allegiance, despite the fact that religious liberty and political equalityare guaranteed by the Constitution ar.d the Bill of Rishts. many Americans are deprived of their rights because ol the manner in which they pray or the color of their skins The gap between principle and practice must be closed. The eyes of Europe. Asia and Africa arc upon the United States. The peace and freedom of the entire world may very well depend on how we deal with people of different ethnic and religious background-. George Washington's celebrated phrase. •to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.'' is more timely and more urgent today than ever before in American history. Only by achieving unity in the great diversity of American life can we then assume moral responsibility for leadership in the rapidly emerging world society. President Kennedy's Words Are Basic to Brotherhood By LEE H. BROSTOL Chairman, National Brotherhood W*k President Kennedy, in taking ever the helm of state, knew. a> all Presidents before him. that Photograph courtesy of ]im Brown HOW TO MOVE MOUNTAINS Courtesy : Elmer R. Messner, Rochester Times Union no one man could lead this mighty country without the divine guidance of God and the consent of his fellow citizens More than consent, the President asked for help when he said: ••. (but) ask what you can do for your country." As chairman for National Brotherhood Week 1962. I am proud to answer Mr. Kennedy's request. I commend to your wholehearted support the work of the National Conference of Christians and Jews in its aim to overcome fear, prejudice and bigotry among men. Brotherhood is Democracy at work. Brotherhood is the very essence of our democratic heritage and is rooted in all moral and ethical lawWe Americans, no matter what cur race, creed or national origins, can unleash a force more powerful than any military might: the treasured example of Freedom and Liberty In action Before it. no dictatorship can nuc to shackle the minds of men. "If there is any doubt today in anyone's mind about the need for letter human relations— the practice of Brotherhood—look at the daily headlines Chances are that the failure to practice Brotherhood created the newbehind all too manv of those headline-." —Ralph McGill Courtesy: Burris Jenkins, S. Y. Journal-American To All Greetings CAR FIFTY-FOUR GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS ALL MAKES Guaranteed Service & Workmanship 1180 NW 119th ST. 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    Fccje 3-C +Jeist ftcrk/i^r Friday, February IS, 1S32 Some Rules for Observing Brotherhood What are the general rj: M observance of Brother eek—and i l Brother* >od u i i incept 365 ayA year" None— • cci pi • Bri-'Uurhood dov no: e have to lov e everyone .! ,ea.-.we should give ourmderstand pc ; tveo <-" %  %  creed ^ r a' j-\ aindivi de • Accept i| : ens to I e iff" • Don't I'll %  3r i pie swit in men; • Bi I %  I % %  • • Remi %  %  %  •' : take! pracl • Br • A. m % %  st t %  t b i .m • Di tackle t iffcrence in understa Jd n .* srt simply in yo ir % %  ~ u> |j anri work out to ever difficult self-assignm .1 Brotherhood • Find someone ami'4 vou: cq aintances % % %  ho v .aa greater nderstai dint ol his tellow mac. lultivate his friendship and dis; js> your problem.and doubts He will appreciate your need and e glad to share his experience Vou will be the beneficiary • Remember—as you prow in •.our knowledge and understand. i§ of Brotherhood, you become T example for other? to folio/. • Don't be afraid to :aik to rangers, but be prepared, to stea as well. • Dont be afraid to be an i> 1 ividual and have ideas when you kaow in your heart tha' you arf .:*ht. The damnation ot our so, ,et* is its conformity and tear :> stand up and be counter. "Underlying the fundamental •roblems of our time is the tate: J1 fact that science and technology have narrowed the world to :neighborhood before man has • roadened it to a brotherhood.' —David Samotf EMJEJk SOSES Flowers for All Occasions Dill VIII • Cu Flowr • orC Plants • Cof^'j--. f jn';-l Dti <}<• • Waddingi • p..'..I 1910 SW 8th STREET Phone FR 4-5790 HOLIDAY GREET'NSc FROM THE C. H. USHER COMPANY HI 5-1441 1414 CORAL WAY Lowest Monthly Payment ic TUo Area on Homo Loan* LOWEST RATES Mo Mortgage Inauxanc* Charge GREETINGS VENETIAN NURSING t CONVALESCENT HOME fOt 4U ?m CAMS 1330 NE Bayshore Dr. Miami FR 9-7649 Ml. AND nuts. NATHAN K. SFICTDi Directert BROTHER JOMSPER AMD THE ELECTRONIC ACE SCHWEBXE & ASSOCIATES, INC. LAHD fumm wmm IANO wwms "We Cover Grearer Miami" REASONABLE RATES PROMPT SERVICE 434N.'W2.-rd AVENJE pi \iiri ill'. W. Sva^a'd £U-d lUdliw 14M0 -fU. i-aude-da.e THE TOWN RESTAURANT .:. S.£. Is: Ssoe 3?.SAZrAS7 L'JNCKZOM -:.-.• %  %  A, ::r.,-:r.er A.M 4 I KM Clssed Sur.—. Pic-* F?. 4-4*33 Courtesy: Father McCarthy. Chicago Syndicate Satellite No Portent of Evil -I de."..that :he satellite is a but of cho.ee, not >: disaster bul portent fciaeter i tfttnk ratner ot dec.-.)-, a time a %  %  %  %  of Join uoone's marlciag o( toe fermea: JI our MpiraUoas rvee tinM 1 in !ii-::r> that are preg our fears becomes the 4tjr >i ntni with those old HMBA, Hope citizenship in civtUzattoa aai Fear.' Surety thii is >uch t tome, 4 t:me n ot :a-.astrophe. -A<^ E Shweaeee HKtlMS ail Aorta lap* DESK EXCHANGE RMM N "It* M4 (pietf Of*** F*errre 1741 N.W. as** smrr it f pfeBicre t <• bpi'aMt i*fc /•<.." MAX T.V. K£?liS TO AU !t€CTRt>HK IMTFJtTWHMCMT Eflu!PM€NT REASONABLE 9D : ?5 GUAPa.\"E:^ WORK Phone FR 3-3847 Hi* At>Olrt:S 85 SW St* Street GREETINGS WILLIAMS TAILORS I ORY CLEANERS QUALITY CUS T OM HANO 'AILOR'NG Suits w?de f 3 Measure 4841 NW 27*i AVENUE Phono NE 4-9351 VEtNONO.tONO Bond Transfer Co., Inc. Tracking 2160 NW 8th AVENUE MM f I 44144 GReerNG3 WIL TM0E8 SOU ftOnKMNAi Utsoai ay A p i Hu f D —p lNN tio* pf tiKi i f tfata— a %  hone lihware Ml -0*4f 1 tie ANASTAsa eve. IIEITEI'S fEWELRY CO.. Inc. 130 Z. Fkxgior Stroo4 M*9N€ Fl 3-J17 SEASON'S GREETINGS MR. and MRS. HENRY SHIER and Family 1038 N. W. 27th Aoe. FN0NC Hi 44JS4 A. C. ALLYN & CO. UMa8S Of N€W YOaiC SrOCK e/CHANGe AMcSCAN STOCK SXCHANOE ^SSOClATgi W.OWCSr STOCK EXCHANOe If^/ESTMENT SECURITIES Cb'cago IMew York Boston Miami Beech Federal Bldg. Miomi Boach 39 Flo. J*for*oi 8-4731 ; : MILTON E. THOMPSON Z SON ROOFING mi ISTMMIS TU 3 1 i-W 247 last 4rt St. HW;*fl^ TO ALL GREETINGS U.S. ROYAL TIRES UMAUE (Pannsylvonia MOTOct ODL DADE TIRE CO.. Inc. 15-31 N. MiAMi AVENUE MiAJAj, FL3**OA Phoae FR 3*445 G^eetin^s MIAMI MARINE AGENCY INC, PliR 3 Miami. F'lorida r „• .. -i1 B and B AJR CONDITIONINGsoiAoe MAIN T sMANCS IONTSACTS IrvSTALLA-'ON i SPA Al CONO-iTlONING and REFRK5E*AT10N 24-Hr. Service — Motors Rented -repaired JI 1-0665 122-2nd St., Mum! Be*cH N-|i* j.i<-iy • Mly B-l e-MJ7 %  ^ (iiniiti ;< $1 itrri>lla M'pholstoring Sh-np 3195 SW 13-S STREET Hi 3 7358 3es* V\ ishes for Brorherh 't-3011 L : TOM FLAHERTY 1 %  ; ..



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    Page 10-C *Jelst ncrid/tar Friday. February 16, 1962 Russian Trip Leaves Much to Recall By BARBARA SCHWARTZ li i> a Shabba> morning in Leningrad. Shabbily garbed Russians hurry up the broad street toward the iron gales of the Shul. Some reply to our greeting. "Good Shabbas." others barely nod The guide insists on joining us to "see the service." But we are five and it is easy to separate in a tremendous building — we are told the Leningrad synagogue is the largest in all Europe, seating 2.000 people. The men in our party leave us at the loot ol the stairs leading to the women's balcony. There is no way lor the guide to keep track of them. Upstairs we scatter around the balcony We estimate the congregation at about 150 to 200. The cantor s voice is rich, full of pathos. He looks like the youngest Russian in the synagogue An elderly woman, as indeed are all the balcony's 30 occupants, leans toward us. not to urge quiet, but to relate that we should hear theii regular cantor whose voice is much better than the substitute now conducting the chazan. Even the rabbi is out of the city, she adds. This is all the information thi.woman could volunteer. We wait impatiently for the service to end. We can see our friends carrying on animated conversations at both ends of the synagogue, and we are anxious to find out what is taking place. At long last, the cantor raises the kiddush cup. We go down the stairs to join our party. One of our men reports he was wanted as soon as he donned his yanriulka that "it is very difficult to talk here—informers are everywhere." Another Russian, who said he worked in a meat processing plant attached himself to our friend, telling him that everything wa> very good for the Jews, "they had enough siddurs and talaisim." Our own observations indicated otherwise, since many men were sharing books and two-thirds did not wear talaisim. The man stuck clo-e—and no one else came near. Finally, with the aid of another m< mber of our party who divertThli is" aniither i>i j series of urfi< m feU-ISn life ni flic Soviet On !i .:t>: b. Miss rL'I'jra SchuOTR who has recently rerurnc'ii from jn extettsire mp in urium parts of the S"-. :ei Union. Ph. 377-2209 ORLANDO MOTORS COMPRA Y VENTA DE CARROS DE USO FINANCIAMIENTAS BUY Jf 11 TRADE Wt FIN A NCI ORLANDO ROBAINA 939 S.W. 8th Street Miami 36, Florida GREETINGS I'VKI: BROS. A SOX Paint Work Frame Work Upholstering Wrecker Service Motor Tune-Up Brakes Relined 35 NE 29th STREET Ph. FR 9-1693 Greetings E. B. Tail & Company 8017 N.E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI ed him. our reporter managed t" the USSR. She herself looked avoid the hanger-on and joined anvery bedraggled. When she Other Jew who told him 'we can't smiled, only two teeth were vist.ilk here 1 II meet you outside.'' ible, both silver. In the shadow of the gri at synagogue, thi; man pressed his questions. He knew little about what was going on outside the I'.S.R.R. and his curiosity seemed insatiable Another question asked ol the men was if American Jews practiced Bar Mitzvah and it there were schools for the children. Still another asked if we had any Jewish calendars, since ;t was difficult to keep '.rack < %  : Yahrzeil dates. While this was going on downstairs, one of our ladies v :i~ meet ing another kind of Russian. A woman in a black hat (the onlj one >o "formally" dressed) sidled up. saying she had a favor to ask. She wanted money, claiming "it is very bad for the Jews." When her request for cash was turned down, she went on to add that the Jews inform on one another and that "we lost our gabbi that way." Another woman, overhearing this became very agitated, demanding to know "where do you come from —we never see you in shul." While the woman in the black hat maintained that she always comes on Shabbas. the other women shied away from her. When our friend changed her seat, the woman who had made the accusation followed, to tell her that she was going to write a letter to President Kennedy "asking him for peace." She was going to tell him, she said, that if he had lived through the 900-day sie,ge of Leningrad, "he would also wint peace." She wanted to know if there were any poor people in America, and when told there were, she admitted that it was also hue in During the service, she conceded that she as 60 years old. We had thought she looked considerably older. Her two.sisters were both In Israel, she said, but when aske if she would join them if s! • cou lie little eld lady said "no. her life was in Leningrad." As I two women became more friei —pictures of smiling grandchildren always cement bondbetween women the world over—she asked "when will the United Statead Communism?" Her assertion o: when, rather than .t. took our friend aback, but she managed I answei "when I'm lo' again The Russian woman patted her k: e> and consoled her with the thought that "we didn't think we could overthrow the C*ar, either. Thi; elderly woman, though obviouslj deeply religious, was complete!) sold on the Soviet system. Meanwhile, the other lady in i our party was dialling with ail other Russian woman, who was a retired ear. nose, and throat specialist. A widow, who lived on her 80 ruble a month pension, she reminded our companion that the government had paid for her edu cation, as well as that of her two children who are both teachers. 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    Friday. February 16. 1962 Jtfms/ffur/kMaun Page 11-C Sephardic Jew Takes Charge; Loves to Help Others at Cedars GOV. counts Gov. Collins Will Speck at NCCJ Dinner s, Forn er : %  • %  w -iH i... thi prii ... .,K. r at i i' i • %  • nual Bro Dd dinni r II e National Fcrcnci f (' ; ; '.-' ians ar ; Jews Feb. 19. ..i the Fonn(: leau hotel. William C Gaithcr is general rman of the dinner. lo> Collins, now of Washington. I is president of the National .%  • i Broadcasters wink>.till Governor's office, ho was ected onto the national scone chairman of the Democratic na%  nal i .invention of I960. It was also revealed by Judge Ray Pearson, chairman of the NCCJ regional awards commit•e. that Anthony R. Abraham, John S. Knight and Mitchell vVolfson will receive the annual Brotherhood Award, bestowed 'or outstanding leadership in the interests of good human rela•ions. The University of Miami, acrding to Judge Pearson, will rerivi a special award for fosterthe "first permanent univerdepartment of human reja%  th< U s..\ awell as for ts outstanding work in behalf ol international s t u d %  n t prom." All Floridians know Gov, Cols' qualities as a man of characler and conviction.'' said Gaithcr. i > also realize he is one of great speakers of our time. Vi are fortunate to have him appear ui our Brotherhood dinner." A Sephardic J< w s ci rj ng out his own i i i : I" thropy at the Snack Room of Cedars of Lcbani ital. I Io~ Sam Cordova, 62, i i 400 N\V 32nd c; a chef and restauraU r for 42 ei rs Once ;: %  euvres at the Wa li:: Vsti ris lati r a private staurai I m r, after 28 years in \< %  Y rk ai • 16 yei rs in Mian i Sam m his timi IK hin.i thi inter iI the modern an ing Snack Bi at Cedars "I like to help the hospital—I always help people,'' he says. If necessary, he couid probably express himself more eloquently in French, German, Italian, Turkish, or Greek, all of which he speaks fluently. Ai mj in 1914 ..an pn ter." he e> eepinj eyi .ill the \< hilt n traj IK ing ] d by "< -Estelh "1 i ayed the went l h< opera, I mus Now. his greatesl Joj ;.re hi.-• ven grandchildren, whose pictures he proudly displays, Sam Cordova came to the I'nited States in 192< on the first Turkish ship to this country alter World War I. Born in 1SS9 in Mustapha Pasha, Turkey, a territory which was later overrun by Bulgaria, he completed the equivalent i '. a U. S hij:h school education, but is for the most part self-taught in languages. music, and philosophy, with music his great love. Once, in New York City, he purchased an antique-finished mandolin from the famed music publisher Carl Fisher, paymp "a lot more than 1 should have." 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    Pi Page 12-C • kwist FiericHOTJ Te:r. Raphael Congregation recently installed c.::.cers c: a dinnei a! Michel's restaurant. Left to right are Ralph Krieger. financial secretcry: Mania Schwaxlanan, trecsurer; Charles Klein. tiecosd vice president: Julius Sape.-c president: Benjamin Agronow. recording secretcry; Lawrence T. Berliner, first vice president: end Samuel Hussein, trustee, installing c'.i.ce: was Rabbi Samuel April, c: Coral Way Jewish Center. Outstanding Israeli Dance Team to Make Sow Here at Jewish Music Festival T .-.. I r '':.: 1C :• .' ."•. coming to Miami .-.performers for the A .-. Theater cf S nj er.d Danct. which will nake it first appearance here Funda> night. Feb. 18, nl Templ< :---.%  The> ill I < th featured peri at :he ar.nua! Jewi't, Musi< %  i stival sp< .-> red I y the Greater Miami Jewish Comii %  %  > Center in cooperation with tin Cantors Assn. Frances Alenikoff, choreographn career. .I3 be joined by Robert <; Mrs.. Mimi Retskin at the piarc. A group of Israeli songs will be presentee by Cantor Ben-Zion ; Kirschenbaum, of Bett 7t>rat Cor*g; regation. accomi;ax:e ty Vera | Rowley. The box office will r* c-pered at Temple Israel or tie right el the event at 7 p.m. The MBCCll begins [at 8:15 p.m. Pepper Names Usina I 11 -KIT Usina ias been namtd campaign finar i chairman b> Claude Pepper in Pepper's bid for M nev Congress onal post in norih Dadc county Usina heads Peoples National Bank oi Miami Shores. American National Bank of North Miami. Peoples National Bank of North Miami Beach, and the National Bank : Commerce. Miami Official Attends Hearing Marvin S. Schreiher. executive ; director of Senior Day Centers. invited by the Department of Health. Education and Welfare. served £S a consultant at Congressional hearirc in Washing[ten en Feb. 8 and £ oc Secretary ; Abraham Ribicoi: s new. welfare legislation concerning clay centers for senior c.tiaens S c h r e i be I testified at the hearings on the program of the Malcolm Rc*i Day Center. GREE HOLLEM.A.NS TINGS RESTAURANT N.W. 7£th Street at 7th Avenue THE BEST : : FOODS %  %  ~-> FRIENDLY SERVICE A'r Cc : aned Pep. cr Pricei — Air-p'e Parting UNION SERVICE STATION : -• : :e : %  -:•--?. ':' %  %  IE 5 OJK VOT7C t75 SW M %  Street MO 7-52; 8 TO :' EE1 N3S COUNTRY GARDEN FLORIST & NURSERY %%\ .v --•STREET LEAH, -.A. POMCE T.V. %  Soec i sti n RCA Color FoPROMPT Sen :HI 3-2112* %  i S53*•+• S"ref+i M U = t-T.'.b YOUB TRANSFER ? R C ? 11 :•? 3 BRIDGES THWSIIII I O. 220C V.V *2-K AVE. Phc-£ FS 4-4763 TO Ali O^E" NGS Dixie Has rorporation Moe Longer 405 Sc Dixie Highway foittl Gables



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    ^ : nday February IS. 1962 *jGi*ftJlQrfaft9#) Page 13-C ffc/CfV Examines Charity Habits %  ..•_. FTA> — A gra [ewish tontnb. •; campaigns and philanthropic • ;p a research %  .-, stratified sam'.tributars :o Appeal ol JiA s "! vary of the re,jed jre by Herman %  itty Council 01 ;. the Na %  ter of ago eonti a i %  n • %  • • • • • an avei tr.ualiy. Some • biggest givers. -.. %  more, have SEW \:-%  • > >-rt ii.i%  • %  %  •'... %  \ 1 S5U.IH10 or ••., %  ; •— less than ,1 n) rep %  • i irage income i| 13 l Contributors eome mainly from profession*', jid businessmen, with more It" an hall reporting they are proprietors and miiv j^ers. Smj t; tV*S>Tt are more in semi-pro'esi^-Jl. clerical and I milar fie : i • ( ribution, the %  i in nor ir syna.' %  %  • group memion to ". a '.' d v. -. jhl pel • %  %  • .; rel % %  belong %  %  i -,\ pen ei l ol ercen; fivers are %  ii 43 p %  itive ar I ... >mbers Thess n ol pracD : ••. _.•. %  -than $1 %  jallj .87 percent ir to be less • allies and want non-Jew ish I don >rs that ice ng bein i riant, their f a "a lew'! proved ting as %  iymbol dentifica1 ur.-Ji %  n ighbcrs. Less than :t the givers con-; tributions to "charity" imp rtant. s 41 percent cited suppi i tir Isra '." is pan ol irg^j ^i i •' ." .,• Other, fl in value; %  %  • l tern• %  — *) p r< • knowing the • %  • .! — '—58 per,, ...... ... .,. t ( a j(j," —4" ••"" • ••••. ance of dietary laws" — eight the ristiar.s —61 perci Ton eentribueort jive 76 percert c ; th total rrorny given to Jew : scauses i"js than 5500 I thi UJA ile: Red "g giving lower standards Larger given bontrlbuted almost 1.1 percent 0. their income. Sma rs gav two tv .it. %  Only .. i %  rcenl >'an and jfett .•: a d;ghee all the cam-., rnru \tHey %  vHT l f!i'8pcTl %*" ** 60 perci nl % %  th< > m ik all selections 5I) %  %  a %  solicite I This lac I lai nh '•• %  ;" Rt Ol % %  op donors Determining -'-e total amount ?r r a'ph anthroevc -j_oes is also rrcre rac u aiard • 1 -;-i p inn?d. Only 24 peree.-l Mated that tt-e. fa; ) *l l-n .iroci: b :f :•--. • l< inci o ; docidiro a '0 o u t nd'vidua Over 47 aereai : : t'-o oo dere i i---ve s i 1 ; —I' : plan compared wth 8<"'y '7* %  cf the !! •;• donors. Income is mentioned sv -2 o::?-t as the macr eors.der i" On in setting tre ovoral! amount cf s iv ing, varying from 3 oercert for the larges" ? ver ro 73 perce t for the smaUest. Decidif.s! >n ,j am iun( l individual c)"tr.'c" ns s is I %  '|y a mat'er ot chance. Of a'.l respondents B4 wrce t state ill .'i> ons are jpontar.eous. In answe: o a dit irobe >:i the iriluenc, g'fts : Jthers have in their iwr. contributions, at 25 percent il all pers ns bul 41 percent ol th t< p i % %  a In ti such com >a ns v : :ent ol top contributorstated that th • : '" : u> their stimai Ihi :n their jr >up '. %  > •lie-.t • % %  • isor.s tend t tci as •heir gifts and i nos! numb r say it us £er fishes ror Brotherhccc /Vee MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER Mr. 3rd rV\rs. Jacob Rabinowirz Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowifz A/ srd Mrs. Mo'-'is Rabinowitz A/-, and Mrs. So! Goldstein "C -J. Gi'ii" \3S IMMVS IMC. >P 5RTSWEAR Ph. 94S4446 1354 NE Tea-l.-S Street Man-; ileacS CAPITOL HOTEL MR3 C. A. nP!E Manogar A Centrally '.seated Motel 328 N. Miami Ave Phone Ft 1-9389 }Xzc~ NGi MIAMI TREE SERVICE LOT CHARING BULLDOZING BULLDOZING SCNTALS F'tLS OF --< *DS FOR SERVICE CALL PL 9-6312 15"24 MW 79th STREET Miami, F3a. SERVING TOW FM OVIK A a04TE Of a CEWTUHf ACE T9LE & TERRAZZO CLEANERS CONSUirANTS CHEMICALS FO All FLOORS 'He A Terro^zo Cleaning •entols on Ctncr iJt f Tut AW Hri*PlinQjs CHRIS BODY SHOP .... Manufacturers .... CUSTOM TRUCK BODIES A... See: Fibe: 3!a ?•? it.;?:::.: %  : C£R£3 MJWARTEH — DON Z AT.VARTEP P3MM Hi 4-5153 1333 KW 27th AvtnM MIAMI 41 FLORIDA GREETINGS MiLONE PLASTERING COMPASTC 7153 N. W. 3rd Aver.ua Phone PL 4-7041 ro Bro*h srho .-%/&f — ^^ *rf*A* EDISON AUTO SEAT COVERS SZAT COVERS OUR SPECIALTY) Will ?*it Ca*'i DOCH PANELS — CL*3 ?H!CZS A?.Z R'.G^r 5719 R.W. 7A Avenue PI 3-9519 MM1NM HOFFMAN 0FFK! SUPP1Y COMPANY MC 0?>i — Cjii*t-i — Ckjir-i — ••; .":*-..=" •. s; : ntocR ANO it* .;> raumiBNr DeSOlUC TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 0:S: HINHU A.sO MANUMCftlRMS 4-W IMSM V** ST.tEST MIAMI, FM



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    Page 14-C vJenisir ftericftor Friday, February 16, 1962 UN Group Eyes Envoy UNITED NATIONS — (JTA — The Palestine Conciliation Commission, which was ordered in a resolution adopted by the General Assembly last month to "intensify" its elforts toward possible solution ol the Arab refugee problem, is considering the appointment of another special emissary to deal on the issue with the Arab governments and with Israel, it was learned here this week. The Commission's plans were discussed at a conference between Sadi Kldem. of Turkey, chairman Ol the PCC, and U Thant. the acting Secretary-General, Turkey is one of the three members of the Commission, the others being the United States, represented by Ambassador Francis T. P. Plimpton, and France, represented by Lnois Dauge. It was Mr. Thant's first meeting, since he assumed his post, with any UN body dealing with the Arab-Israel conflicts. Last August, the PCC named Dr Joseph E. Johnson, president of the Carnegie Endowment for In ternational Peace, as a special envoy to the Middle East, charging him with seeking some solutions to the refugee problem. Dr. Johnson's mandate expired last month, after he submitted a report on his mission. It is considered unlikely that the Commission would now reappoint Dr. Johnson—or that he would accept the job again if it were offered to him. However, it is known that the Commission is now seeking a prominent personality — who may not, necessarily, be an American— to continue the work begun by Dr. Johnson. TO ALL GREETINGS NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY AJST3ACTS T/TLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES MAIN OFFICE 151 S.W. 27th AVENUE Phone HI 4-1601 Branches: Huntingten Medical Blag. Fort Lauderdale Dave Bear Glazeroif (left) receives plaque from Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. at a membership celebration of Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah in Miami Beach Auditorium. Glazeroff was honored for his S25.000 gift to Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center in Israel. Some 3.500 persons witnessed the presentation event. Starts Quarter Century ization and chain this coming April. Burns, a former resident Thomas M Burns. Jr., funeral of Jacksonville, was cne of a group director and executive with Riverof four who founded, in 1917. the side Memorial Chapels. 1920 Alton Assn. of Funeral Directors and rd.. will start his 25th year with Embalmers for the State of Florthe national funeral home organida. To A ... Best Wishes S. J. MEYER CONSTRUCTION CO. • GENERAL CONTRACTORS • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL COMPLETE CONSTRUCTION GUARANTEE WE TAKE PRiDE IN OUR WOR\ MO 7-4242 6792 S.W. 62nd Avenue SOUTH MIAMI %  GREETINGS \\ BABUN LINE" Herzog Speaks Here "A Party for Canadians." in conjunction with the 1962 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds and the celebration of Eddie Cantor's 70th birthday, was held Saturday evening. 8 p.m.. at the Fontainebleau hotel, it has been announced by D. Lou Harris, national chairman for Israel Bonds in Canada. Yaacov Herzog. Ambassador of Israel to Canada, was guest ol honor and speaker. TO ALL GREETINGS DIXIE PRODUCE COMPANY RETAIL PRODUCE "The Best the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices" 18201 NW 27th Ave. Ph. 621-9252 FREIGHT SERVICE from MIAMI to CUANTANAMO BAY and SANTIAGO DE CUBA 2956 N.W. North River Drive Miami, Florida ELECTRICAL SERVICE Repairs Alterations Additions NELSON BIRD ELLIS LICENSED CONTRACTOR All Work Guaranteed Residential S, Commercial Wiring 2929 SW 57th Court Miami 34, Florida Phone MO 1-50O9 SINCERE GOOD WISHES The Holiday DADE UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE AGENCY RALPH D. HOLLANDER 901 NE. 125th Street Enjoy Good Food Give Yourself a Treat WEST MIAMI COFFEE SHOP 2100 SW 67th AVENUE MO 1-9186 TO All GREETINGS Enjoy Your Stay; Relax in Com'ort ROWE CONGRESS INN MOTEL A Resort Motel in the Heart of Miami Beach 6600 COLLINS AVENUE Phone UN 6-1617 GREETINGS TO ALL FROM BILL-JACK-HERMAN and MORRIS KALER PRODUCE COMPANY 2121 N. W. 13th Avenue Phone Ft 4-4174 GREETINGS OCEAN DENTAL LABORATORY NOW OPEN 1370 WASHINGTON AVE. Ph. 538-8362 Miami Beach TO ALL GREETINGS BARR AND BARR. INC. PLUMBERS Established 1924 II E. 2nd Street PHONE TU 8 2818 Hi*!eb TO ALL GREET'\35 JENKINS TRUCK BROKERAGE Refrigerated Service from Coast to Coast FRUITS VEGETABLES ARTHUR JENKINS 2005 NW 135th AVENUE Phone 379-1845 Ptian* frank Oornaby Ft 4-4406 10 rear Guarantee Coating Product PEARCE ROOFING & ROOF COATING CO., INC Repairs Guaranteed ROOFS OF ALL TYPES HOT OR COID PROCESS Commercial — Roof Maintenance — Residential' 277 N.W. 26rh STREET MIAMI 47, FLORIDA BEST WISHES FOR BROTHERHOOD WEEK DIXIE BROOM & MOP CO. 4730 N.W. 36th Avenue Since 1918 To All — A Most Happy Brotherhood Wee^ MILLER MACHINERY AND SUPPLY CO. Formerly MUtfR-LEMFESW SUPPLY CO. 117 NE 27th Street Phone FR 1-5484 GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD 7737 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 9-2404 tUMSfff A SUIUMNC MATERIAL PAINTS t HARDWARE M



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    Friday. February 16. 1962 tf-nisf ff-nrariirin Page 15-C More Jews Fall in Fracas In Algeria U.GIERS JTA) Seven were killed and two seriously i ed during the last throe days es in a number of Algerian • ,. between terrorists of the unround Moslem FLN and the ret rganization of Europeans, mr< tenting struggle of iocs supporters of Algerian inde, mounted in lury. v Oran Tuesday, further incii, ,.ioccurred in the Jewish quarts Europeans adherents of the PAS the French anti-independence rground, and the FLN, MOSgroup fighting for indepen,, continued clashing for the successive day. Fighting bc, n the two groups took place I hi streets of the Jewish section the city, which is the heart of a n, However, no Jewish casuallies were reported in this latest ,1 of fighting Tension among Algerian Jews continued to mount, especially in Constantine where terrorism was unchecked. Many Jews have left Constantine and others are preparing to abandon homes and •.hops to save their lives. In all of the small towns around Constantine, Jews were reported to be fleeing daily. In i onstantine. only 7.000 Jews left of a community which mbered 18.000. The Talmud • school in Constantine which about 900 pupils and was the i port ant in Algeria, now has The OUT school was toned -,;-: end because only 14 students i left. AH of the small towns M | C'on-taniine were reported facing the same problems, with no shochet, or model remainnch < tfKialsent troop reinJorcements today to Algiers. Oran :H! Bone to increase street patrols. also were under consideran to cordon off areas where intercommunal tensions are most mte. Food and Hotels Division of the 1962 Combined Jewish Appeal came through in a big way at the recent kickofi fundraising meeting of the Food group. Harold Friedland (left). Food and Hotels Division co-chairman, tells CJA chairman Cal Kovens that the initial meeting resulted in an cverage 50 percent increase in gilts as compared to last yecr. More Dead Sea Findings LONDON — IJTAI — Enough new discoveries were found in the latest British archeological expedition, seeking mor< Dead Sea Scroll-, in the yumram area in Jordan, to justify more diggings there. Dr. John Allegro, professor of Semitic languages at Manchester University, declared here this week. Dr. Allegro announced that digging I;: the Christmas Cave ot the Kidron Valley, in the Qumram area, was temporarily finished, and said there was -plenty of evidence to justify further investigations The main chamber of the cave, he -aid. yielded many wooden objects, remnants ol clothing, san, ..:-. and ••distinctive pottery" dating back to the Roman occupation of Palestine. Mi anwhile in Rome, ovens used by an ancient Jewish community iii Italy for baking matzoh were discovered among the ruins of what maj have been the oldest syna;ue in Europe, it was reported Prof. Maria Floriani Squarciapjno. a noted Italian archeologist. Yehudoh Moshe Sisterhood Mrs. Dorothy Brown, president, v. ill conduct the regular monthly i ting of Congregation Yehudah Mi -he Sisterhood on Monday evenTO ALL .GREETINGS Ph. FR 4-8024FR 9-6434 H. A. WHITTENBURG WHOLESALE AUTO FABRICS 1246 NE 1st Avenue Miami, Fla. To Ail My Friends and Accounts BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS E. H. BROEKEMA Over 20 Years income Tax Expert 12405 N.W. 2nd AVENUE PL 4-1439 ij GREETINGS A. F. GIVEN PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 319 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone FR 3-5373 Miami, Florida TC ALL GREETINGS lows J. BROTMAN 430 SEYBOLD BIDG. MIAMI, FLA. LOUIS R. CLERICO, A.I.D.ID.I. NDUSTRLAL and :\'TERiOR DESIGNER NOW LOCATED AT 4103 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 759-4491 GREETINGS JOHN'S TRANSISTOR LABORATORY W£ CONSTRUCT & DISIGN TRANSISTOR CIRCUITS RADIO & TRANSISTOR REPAIRS JOHN STRATMAN BCB MARTEL 585 NE 125th Street Ph. 759-0842 NORTH MIAMI BROTHERHOOD WEEK GREETINGS J. W. EWALT KENNEL Racing at Eiscayne and Flagler Dog Tracks Miami, Florida Our Pleasure IN Serving You with Quality Workmanship and Materials 4i e &f I i n a ... JAMES L. WALL WALL PLASTERING CO. PLASTERING CONTRACTORS PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL WORK LICENSED & INSURED PLASTERING — LATHING — STUCCO Office Hours — Mon. Fri. 8 to 5 355 West 29th Street Phone MU 1-6171 Hialeah, Florida designed by mimi pearce hand knit FOR THE WOMAN WHO KNITS CUSTOM INSTKUCT/ONS AT NO COST CUSTOM FINISHING OPTIONAL FOR THE WOMAN WHO DOESN'T KNIT CUSTOM MADE NOW AT 927 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH AN APPOINTMENT IS SUGGESTED Telephone 532-6514 TO ALL GREETINGS 'Let Us Figure on Your Next Construction' BASKER BUILDING CORP. JE 1-3437 946 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach GREETINGS MONTY UPHOLSTERING CUSTOM FURNITURE UPH0LSTZRING DRAPERIES, COMPLETE INTERIOR DE % -G ALL WORK GUARANTEED CALL FOR ESTIMATES 635-9086 3635 NW 7th STREET Miami, Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GROO DISPLAYS, INC. WINDOW & INTERIOR DISPLAYS MICHAEL SOSSIN. L.L.D.. President • 111 N.W. 22nd Avenue FR 1-3473 Miami 35, Florida G-eetings to Our Patrons and Friends (RAXi: TOLE COMPANY Since 1947 EXPERT WORKMANSHIP 3478 NW 7th STREET Phone HI 5-2651



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    J n J the by ISABEL GROVE unkful of clothes needed by Mrs. Harriet Gross for her week Buffalo, where she was the houseguest of the Dr. Philip (oldis. parents of son Robert's fiancee. Phyllis Warmth of the'welcome hv friends and relatives more than made up for the weather, which by Gold Coast standards, was hardly cordial y -; evening in town. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goldstein, the futurt bride's aunt and uncle, hosted a family dinner for 30 Phvliiwore a black and white geometric print ircck. and liar n i choice was a black laiile sheath cocktail dress The next day a beautiful tea given by the bride-elect's mother and grandmother, Mrs. Jerome Bergman, was attended by 100 wellwishers Phyllis in a most becoming two-pieee gold silk with brown and gold orchid, and Harriet accented her apricot sheer wool with a moss green orchid Then the engaged couple entertainei at a dinner party for 20 of their friends, Phyllis in a handsome ige br icade dinner suit I -: two nights of Harriet's visit taken up by a cocktail party or -, th e home of the Leonard Greenfields, aunt and uncle of the re Mrs Gross %  And on the final evening, another dinner :,,,.', a1 the Park La.ie hotel, with Phyllis In a black scoop-neck ; I Harriet also in black, an Italian km: cocktail i • • \ "suite-mates" at the University of Miami. Ins Lipton and Adeli Goldklana gave a gadget shower last Saturdaj tor Susan w ho will say "l do" to Peter Levin on Apr 15, and Gene ]., |,:. w ii (( has that important dale with Kenny Sperber on %  • • cl the 25 guests at the Eden Hoc had been together s ; nc( | g] grade, excluding, ol course, the mothers and grandi the future brides Since it was that time ol year, t appropriate besides. Valentine hearts, pink tulle urnid .vatering can.-, were everywhere Twin heart shaped ere presented, and each girl received duplicate gifts, lically wrapped, with profound advice to new brides In. %  Wedding bells will ring for Mrs. Ester Carrey. 1325 N. BisPoint ii and Harry K Brown. 1850 Meridian ave.. on Eton's birthday Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will unite th. n Thursday morning, the 22nd. in his study at Pemple I.. mid. 1 iowded but happy group at the home of George and Sylvia All sharing the excitement and pride ol son James m with highest honors from the University ol Florida ;< Just history repeating itself, since he graduated with high honors from Beach High, too Alreadj a member ol Blue Key, highest honorarj in the state, James has now i mbership in Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. honorAnd with Ins BA in political science came election to Hall ol Pame From now until he enters Yale University IOI l in September, James will be working toward a .Master s litre for the commencement exercises was Sylvia's sister, II -,< %  -, Bcrax, her mother, Mrs. Rhea Goldfarb, and the i Barbara Shapro and husband, Howard Galper, ol Chicago \ Princess at Beach High not too long ago, Barbara, a tine taught in Dade count) schools after her graduation from hocl ol music at the University ol Miami before this area : to the Middle West. • The United states Government may be slow moving, but when it sees ., prize worth bavin-, it goes like a juggernaut Barry Shi son of the Maury Sheins, graduated from the l mversity oi mi school of business administration with an accounting major Ian M) On Jan. 31. his appointment from the treasury Department's Internal Revenue arrived with instructions to report, on tin double,'' for a 13-week training period at school in Atlanta Barry scooped up his bride of six months, the former Judy r'aliek and within a leu short months it will be "Tax Agent Shem Lakeland, Fla. • Beautiful dinner party for Jack Fine given by devoted spouse. Sandy Card on his gift read. 'Happy Birthday, hope your wife wears them well" And she does Sandy adores antique gold elrj Frequent visitors. Adele and Max Greenberg. of Laredo. Tex houseguesta of his sister. Mrs. Selma Oritt She II have to leave them to their own devices for a few days while she makes a fast trip to that large northern city which has been having 4 deg. "rather When the Diana Stores Corp. meets, they just cant get along without Selma Houseguesting with Mrs Morris Dubler. of the Raleigh hotel, her son Bernie, his wife, Arlene. and tiny offspring, iteiene. i Make the trek every year from Woodmere. L.I. -vO Prior to the leadership dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal on Sunday at the Americana hotel, these three community leaders got together to discuss CJA strategy. Leit to right are Hemian Rub:n. end Mr. and Mrs. A. ]. Molasky. Mrs. Emil Morton (left) soloist at the leadership dinner, is shown with Mrs. Sidney Ansin. Shepard Broad (left) a co-host for the reception honoring Ambassador Michael Comay, chats with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Local Delegates Attend Confab Mrs. Zvi Berger. vice president of Hebrew Academy PTA and He brew Academy Women, and Rabh Morris L. Horovitz. assistant prin cipal. Hebrew Department, are heading a delegation from this city to the 14th annual convention oi the National Assn. of Hebrew Day School PTA's in Rockaway Park, NY The convention is being held th:, week. Mrs. Sheldon Dearr. Hebrew Academy PTA president, announced. Delegates representing over 200 IN brew Day School PTA's throughout the country have been attending the three (lay convention. According to Rabbi Alexander S Gross, principal of the Academy the theme of the convention is "The Emerging Patterns of Hebrew Day School Education and Their Ampliations for the Future." Mis. Berger was scheduled as a panelist in a discussion on "L'tiliz ing Parental Resources in the Day School." Skit Scheduled By Sisterhood Regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth Jacob will be held on Wednesday evening, Feb 28. in the Temple cial hall President, Mrs Sam Senile, u.. rhair a short business niietin^ followed by a Tor ah program, Mrs Nathan Becker and her cochair man, Mrs. Leon Rubensteln. are in charge ol this month's program A skit, provided by the Nation.!. Women's League ol tinted Synagogues ot America. "Our Hern age," will be presented. The Temple choir, under .the direction oi Jack Lerner, will participate in the skit. Other participants include MrLouis Wine. Mrs. Harry Stevenson. Mrs. Jacob Cohen. Mrs. Herman Zager. Mrs. Marvin Klinger and Mrs. Gersain Giterman. Guest speaker will be Mrs. So'. Koenigsberg. of the Florida Branch. National Women's League. I nited Synagogue of America, who will speak on "Torah." Emanu-EI Ladies Schedule Tea Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI will have its annual Torah Fund tea on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Judge and Mrs. lrvma Cypen, 320 w DiLido dr. Proceeds will be contributed to the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in support of its educational programs. Chairman of the aftair is Mrs. Harry Korct/ky. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-EI. has been invited to speak on behalf of the Seminary. Entertainment will be provided by the Temple Emanu-EI Players in the form of a dramatic reading ot Morton Wishingrari's The Devil and Aunt Essie." which is being prepared and directed by Trixie Levin Members of the cast include the Mesdames Irving Cypen. Leonard Glickman. Elliott Harris. Rocky P o in e r a n c e and Milton Weinkle. Musical accompanist is Mrs. Ben Ball Esfher Hadassah luncheon Esther group of Hadassah will hold a luncheon and lawn party, followed by cards, at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper, 7910 Bis cayne Point Circle, on Wednesday noon



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    Page 2-B +J?** ; *" ffrrfl&r Friday, February 16. 1950 ^flowers C/a/orc at Sunset ^Jstand By ISABEL GROVE Staff Writer Ever) '" fi,led eautiful Hoi.. I splaj trment: ind settings at the tome ol Mrs n J. Brotm.tr. on • [sland 3 last week for the ,ur!h 11 lal flower show of the it. Sinai Garden Club Also scattcre : through mt the iuse ;i > '•"'' %  "' lim-elf, Mi BI tm in. whose vibam colors an impressionistic prove I 1 perfecl complement or the flowers Over 600 visitors trooped through he roommarveling a the imagn and creativity shown in the combinations oi leaves, shrubs, l rie : ... aerials, blooms and their .. which all illustrated the me "International FantaMrs. Sarah Czech (center) cuts the ribbon as she dedicates the Beard of Directors Room of the Hebrew Academy Women at a special dedication ceremony celebrating Mrs. Czech's 86th birthday. A plaque bearing Mrs. Czech's name will be affixed to tne room, when the new Hebrew Academy is officially dedicated. Looking on are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro left), president. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross (right), principal, and Mrs. Leonard Rosen, women's campaign chairman. Ceremonies were held last Monday. Women's League Reciprocity Day Florida Branch of National Worn en's League of United Synagogue of America will hold a "Reciprocity Day" at Temple Emanu-EI. Thursday. Feb. 22. from 10 to 2 p.m Mrs Harry Levitt, president, will conduct the meet ins. Activity chairmen will evaluate the year's work, and final plans for the annual Branch Torah Fund luncheon on Mar. 8 at the Deau ville hotel will be made. Mrs. Nathan Spci_.-lin.iii is Torah Fund chairman. Branch conference to be held at the Deauville hotel on Apr. 3 to 5. Women to be Honored Independent Hungarian American Jewish Assn. will present a dance in honor of the Women's Auxiliary on Saturday evening at 1815 NW No. River dr. with Mrs Harold Reinhard, I Mi ami. chairman, will be discussed Lunch will be served by the hostess Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI. Mrs. Sol Goldstein, president, will bring greetings. Mrs. Irving Lehrman. founder president of Southeastern region, will give the opening TKar Torah" prayer. The afternoon session will honor all Branch activity chairmen for the year 1961-62. Temple EmanuEI will present a reading directed by Trixie Levin and entitled. "The Devil and Aunt Essie." from a script by Morton Wishengrad. Participating will be Mrs. Irving Cypen. narrator. Mrs. Elliott Harris. Mrs. Miltcn Weinkle. Mrs. Leonard Glickman, and Mrs. Rocky Pomerance. Musical direction is by Mrs. Ben Ball Reservation chairman Is Mrs. Alexander Kogan Beth El Ladies Wili Observe Kashruth Month Mrs Jack Shapiro, president of : Beth El Sisterhood. Wednesday an1 ncunced that the Sisterhood haa set aside F'eb. 1 through Mar. 15 is Kashruth Month, in keep;:'..: • : %  %  .. %  iiic; il the National Women's Branch of the Union >l Orthodox C01 ins of America. The observance will be shared by the 650 affiliated Sisterhoods of he Women's Branch throu the United States to acquaint the j observant Jewish homemaker with the impact of modern food technology on the maintenance of a i kosher home Highlight of the observance will take place at a general meeting of Beth El Sisterhood on Tuesday night at the congregation. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of Beth El. will talk on "The Significance oi Kashruth." His talk will I be followed by a demonstration on | I how the housewife can select and I determine what is kosher in pre| paring her menu. Mrs. Shapiro is also vice president of the Florida chapter of the I Women's Branch ot the Union of I Orthodox Jewish Congregations of j America. Mrs. Harry Personik is I president of the Florida chapter ,thj Mrs Theodore) Koolish took a first prize in the artisticdivision for a Holy Land. Ancient, interpre ing .1 Biblical proverb: gold scale balanced ith stones. pebbles md water against a backdrop of papyrus and yarrow. A modern arrangement In the Holy Land, .1 graceful showing ol eucalyptus leaves, golden pom poms. Temple oranges and kum duats earned a red ribbon for Mrs Ben TopeL A blue ribbon went to L1I1 Dun ;ov for her unusual treatment ol stems and flowers using epiden drums and radiant And a first went to Mrs Harry Moscoe, chairman 01 the Show, for a Captain's dinner setting Focal point was a terpiece ol red, red carnations against white stock, and iris with settings of heavy gold-rimmed dinner wear and crystal. Mrs Julius Saperstein chose Spain tor her milieu and her Fla menco >f purple stock, dragons I) ood gladioli, yellow chrysanthemums, flame vine and sanservieria von her .1 first. A modern France fiist went to Mrs. MornKrovetz for her springtime in Pans, using larkspur, snapdragons, lilies and dracaena leaves in an epergne supported by a golden cherub. In the Japanese competition. Helen Jacobsons lovely, graceful and dramatic arrangement of huge vv hite chrysanthemums enhanced by bamboo attributes facing heaven was judged best. President of the club. Mrs. Lester Stepner's treasure trove of antiques, provided an Italian setting of La Teatro Alia Scala with a magnificent worm eaten chest, gargoyles, egrets and a 20-foot iron chan d. lier filled with giant yellow mums and rarely seen French heather A very popular display setting was the carport where the s grape Division of Girl Scouts, from 6 to 11. were exhibiting their less sophisticated efforts. Initiated ,. Mrs, Lou S. Rose, the program now tap rut*100. girls participation in garden workshops. Assigned 1 them were Space Age. United Nations and topiary trees, the latter made of everything from bniio, flags, candy and fresh fruit to incline and soap. Among the many interested sp< tators seen during the aflern were Mrs. D. Lee Powell. 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    / Friday. February 16, 1962 "JfewfeD Florid/tor Page 3-B Dr. Irwin Perlmutter, chairman of the Temple Beth Am Israel Negev dinner dance, discusses the event with two members of his committee, Mrs. Joshua J. Segal, president of the Ternpie's Sisterhood, and Mi. Segal, dinner vice chairman. The Junction will take place Sunday evening at the Temple, 595C Kendall dr., So. Miami. Ambassador Herzog to be Honor Guest At Beth Am Dinner on Sunday Evening Mizrachi President Here for Meetings Mrs Moses Dyckman was in Miami this week to meet with members i i '.In Greater .Miami chapter of the Mizrachi Women's Organization. National president of Mizrachi Women, she arrived here with her husband irom New York for a brief "vacation." But her suite at ie .Stirling hotel has already become ".headquarters" for meetings with local Mizrachi leaders, among them, Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator oi Mizrachi activities. While here. Mrs. Dyckman is getting together with as many Greater Miami members oi Mizrachi as possible. The local organization includes five chapters: Hatikvah, Mrs. Israel Teitch. president; Kinneret. Mrs Ah in Levenson, president; Miami Beach. Mrs, Pauline Grandwerg. president; Dov. Mrs. Louis Tokayer, president; and Aviva, Mr-. Nathan Zeichner, president. Mrs Dyckmandiscussions here principally involve Mizrachi's lat< %  : venture in Israel, a vocational school for girls in Beersheba. "Th< school has been housed in rarj quarters for the past years." -he explained here •• week, "Only several days ago. i d a cable Irom Israel Students of dressmaking and fashion design at Beth Zeiroth Mizrach in Jerusalem. Others like them will shortly take to classes at the new Beersheba vocational school now being constructed under Mizrc.chi auspices. that actual digging for the new quarter of a million dollar building has already begun. We are hoping the school will be ready for its 200 students next September." Mrs. Dyckman is currently serving her til.h term as national president Prior to that, she was chairman of the national board, a national secretary of Mizrachi, and is a former five-term president ol the New York chapter. Chapters in Greater Miami will meanwhile hold a luncheon Tuesday noon at the Cornet hotel in honor of Child Restoration and Education in Israel. The luncheon will 1; %  in connection with the Beershebci vocational school project. Mrs Harry N. Schwartz is chairman of the function. Co-chairman is Mrs. Sally Gold. Vmbassador Yaacov Herzog will guest of honor at the Temple i • i Am Negev dinner dance Sunii.-0| ,w..t.n.r' SWEETER THAN SUGAi YET HO FOOD VMUI Recommended bj doctors ft* diabetics, overweights and lo CJ* one diets. Use loi Generate* desserts, cooking. Pure. Corn oietel, harmless. 4 Tfc y i'USTBTB AT (OOU STOHES IVUIVWMUU SUARANTEEO NOW TATTtrJING SO EASY TO SHOP BY PHONE CALL FR 3-1111 Fortrel costume for the woman on the go 22 95 -*.. i m %  laR""""B"**|B Shown is just one of the new "frankly feminine" silhouettes from our Evanna Fashions A perfection tailored to fit the young half-size woman cf 5 ft. 5" or under. Shortsieeved dress has stay-pleated skirt, box jacket. FortreL" polyester wont crush, ,s washable, drip dries Blue, grey, 12% tc 22 l 2 WOMfN'S DRFSSES-Atl mi P'fffO.'NFS S70RK IN MIAMI, THIRD FIOCR ? q celeneM Ddh. esfe bei



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    % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % %  Page 4-B U M Ht fkrk/ian Friday, Februciy if ^gg* *^ocial j-unctions W/itft a <7L> Proof that cvn great ladies of the world arc suiject to last minute changes in their plans offered last week by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. Over 800 women gathered at the Fontainebleau hotel for the national Women's Division Sponsors bon voyage luncheon before Mrs. Roosevelt's departure for Africa—— %  •nd Jb.cn learned that she wasn't going. However, a tribute to Mrs. Roosevelt is always in order, and she will be leaving soon for another trip to Israel. Seated at the head table with Mrs. Roosevelt were leading women from all over the United States and Canada, as well as many of our own local luminaries. Mrs. Jan Peerce, national chairMrs. Jack A. Cantor receives the congratulations of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt upon receiving the Woman of Valor Award. the highest citation which the State of Israel ccn present, at a luncheon last week in the Fontainebleau hotel, where Mrs. Roosevelt was guest speaker. The Woman of Valor Award goes to a woman who has distinquished herself either by the purchase or sale of a minimum of SI00.000 in State of Israel Bonds. Mrs. Cantor is the wife of Jack A. Cantor, chairman of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Committee. Tif ereth Jacob Women's Party Mrs, Nathan Becker. Torah Fund chairman, announcethat Temple ~.:t:;isor, 163 I :•'•• %  a\ I .o 3 p.n Marilyn S schild. Rabbi Alstel in Program Rabbi Murray A Alstet will pre-i at the third annual observance i ltrotherhoocl Week in the chapel of Homestead Air Force Base on Monday evening. fAorm for your rncW more row" Islanders OR! Slates Review %  %  •. z pie A Yi: i." ..:. Wi ik DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST 6IFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove* for prompt handling. **w$? SWEE-TOUCH-NEE 'THE ARISTOCRAT Of TlAtC Distributors tor swtc i Oucn-isce lea in MIAMI: LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES 4570 E. 10th Lane. H ateah. Fla. INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES If IH %  • aaaeffy If r* waal Oraaajaa aa% •r OraafruM tnty) In 'fruit protector' gift cartons 90 lb. box $11.95 Full bushel ^ 8.60 Wbuthtl „. 5.50 12 lb. sampler.... 5.75 Compare auallty and prkaa. Taaj canl baat Rich Dal* (or supara vslua. Prlca*} Includ* delivery except: Add 10% Weet at Mississippi. $2.00 to Cansda. Satisfaction S uaranteed or fruit id replaced ar saoosaj .funded. RICH DALE GROVES Weirsdala. Florida W/* Iha* (*4dar el %  ••* flat man of the Women's Division lor Israel Bond-, and of course, wife of the renowned tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company, was in a three-piece Scas-i original of raw silk Muted .-hades of brown in a geometric pat em were used lor the jacket and repeated in the skirt of the,sheath ares*, which had a solid honey beige bodice. Same material in the hat and lining of h" cent, all accnted by a threestrand, jade necklace. Co-chairman oi Hie "Host-tOthe-Naticn" committee, Mrs Jack Popick attri ctive in a canary yellow raw --Ik tw i pieci r wi.h in.. 8 Oi '% %  %  P P ,um %  Her lui Rose ( %  Canter recipient : Valor" Mrs. Roosevell Her an Dior I .-.:..' li i •stri M | ,. j i r A! ramowitz i \ hiti sun with matching toque covered with black net. Mrs, Irving Lchrman chose a soft chartreuse I nr and perky pill box. front-trimmed with a cluster oi white grapeMrs. Leon Kronish in soft beige dress-maker sweater and tiny hat. Stunning, shocking pink floral cloche with HareJ brim on Mrs. Fred Somerstcin. And a most unusual white-draped Persian turban wound through with paisley ribbon with touches of the flamingo in her dress for Mrs. Sam Blank, who has lost count of the number of times she and her husband have been to Israel. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger in a snugfitted sheath of van-colored water silk in shades of blue and purple, (hatting with Mrs. David Tesher, wife of Israel's Consul General to the midwest, her dark attractiveness set off by a simple white eyelet frock Still other? Mrs Mortimer May. ill Nashville, Tenn., and Miami Beach, in % %  raw silk and hla^k cloche with : rim; Mrs If you like CHEESE KREPLACH .CHEESE., Ravio* 1 You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per serving! of L;l ;: : nt, Samuel 7 S ie the Julius Spectc.-s ITS third annual bail lc Ivliam S]>i n • I B rgi r .: %  %  • i si and Mrs :ech II us! • : Israel. The luncheon served .1a prelim'd the three-day inau ci nfi r< nc< 1 r Isra<; Bonds which bi gins in Miami Beach Feb. 23 with the premiere showing ol the DiorI&rael Collection. Coordinated and accessorized by Jordan Marsh, a group of original ensembles using Israeli fabrics and designs by Israel's foremost couturiere, I. o 1 a Beer, will be shown at a luncheon in the Fontainebleau. admission based on a minimum l'.tGL' purchase of a $1,000 State of Israel Bond >. Pink and white hearts set the color scheme for the gaily decorated tables at Cedars of Lebanon Auxiliary third annual ball Saturday evening at Miami Springs Villas, w:'h more than 400 members and guests attending. In the receiving lin-' were Mr. and Mrs Samuel T Sapiro, he's h tal president; Mr. and Mrs Stanley C Myers, board chairman; the Dr N'a'haniel Levin-, and the Hi 1 ;ch< 1 Leschels. ': Sapin I • ith white bug • .. chic bolero %  eeves, was si I 11! bj pear-shaped diamond dr tiani Tall, svelte. Mrs. Lescl eral chairman, wort strikn gray, tunic style satin shea n. with matching shoes and glo\ hei hair in a becoming Fren fant. Cerise double sheath p 1 u de soie for charming Mrs. Le\. president of the auxiliary, a with a provocative bcw. Lipstick red silk and line: ;hi ath for Mrs. Maurice Rich topped with a mink wrap. Mrs. Irving Cyptr,'.pe: l-slim gold brocade with smart jac -old accessories. White for Mrs. Ray mono. Rubin, the heavy lace embroiderc .11 silver, accented with turqu a while fox stole. Tiny white embroidered Mi J ilius Spector's shea white was the ch< ici alsi David Stuzin and Mrs Rcchkini -I.U. Molly Picon's MISH-MASH %  11 %  %  -. %  %  \ l Honey. You [ :hc time for all I worst 1 :-' %  • %  %  Hut to mo, time i trait in just ter. For years, s and I art in New ^ I returned I ith „ -;, ial gift, a pi rtr; t oi mother that she I. The elderly lady scrutinized the ei .1 minutes, then sa d SI you painted this ..11 by yourself?"' "Yes, Man replied. \ helped your" "No, Mama." rhe questioning continued. "Sheila dear, tell me, how long did it take you?" "Sixmonths." Whereupon her mother exclaimed, "Six months? If you have so much time, why don't you join. Hadassah?" Well, Sheila is now a busy housewife, has two lovely children, and you know what!She still finds time to devote to her painting. How ? With a little help from Rokcach. Remember how long it used to take to make a pot of old fashioned mushroom and barley soup? Today, with Rokcach, it's ready before you're even finished setting the table. And what a delicious plate of soup you'll have! Tasty mushrooms, plenty of tender barley, a little this, a little that, just leave it to Rokcach. They know txactly what to put in. And talking abort ingredients, you can be sure, of one thing. Rokcach doesn't look for bargains. They use onlv the best, regardless of cost. So don't you look for bargains. Buy the finest Mushroom and Barley Soup there is ... Rokeac'li! Do I ever steer you wrong? And with cold weather here, you'll be glad to know that Rokcach makes many more home Style soups, like I omato with Rice, or Green Split Pea with farf'cl, (.that's J-.gg Barley to you younger generation). So join Hadassah, paint, scul] t. do whatever vou're interested in. Your family will lc well fed. Rokeach will take care of that I %  "' %  % %  iijr.i 1 v J



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    Friday. February 16, 1962 *• Jen 1st ncrkttar Page 5-B 'Golden Book 1 Presented Here A "Golden 3J0k" has been presented to Temple Adath Yeshurun by Mr. and Mrs Max Tobias in honr>r of tneir friends, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg. The iook. v .hjch Mill,bear the names "M fri'V T~ and patrons, "was offerei during "Dedication Day" ceremonies Sunday at the Temple Tin )00k ..1 be placed in a % %  • .. ,. %  tranci Sail i %  main building ol the T mple !; .' r, spiritual .,. .it T %  tda h Yeshurun, Ro rg, president, and i • I.i!-''' i irman oi t h e i •' the gift in behall • congi Cantor Abra !-• -.sii'd by t li e i >• inted 'hi' bless ines and hj :i t. Program ct Beth David !; %  %  Da primary department will prejenl a Sabbath program Sand a; norning, 10:15 a.m.. i .nducted by Mrs Alex Stibel, with the assistance of Mrs. John Lundbland n id Ml ; David Parnes. Enjoying the colorful decor, dance music, and atmosphere oi the Playhouse at Miami Springs Villas are these Cedars of Lebanon guests shown at the Auxiliary's third annual ball last Saturday. Left to right are Sanford K. Brcnstein, Cedars Hospital administrator, and Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin. Mr. Stuzin is a Cedcrs vice president. Mrs. Korefzky To Get Award Mrs. Harry Koretzky, Torah Fund chairman of Temple EmanuEl. will be hostess at a luncheon to be given at her home, 6145 La Gorce dr., on Thursday, Mar. l, to launch the Grenje&Afjftmi effort, of. the National Benefactors Society "n behalf i the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. t her "years of service in the civic, cultural an i educational dev lop lent oi her community," Mi K been chosen by : en n; muni which : in New York on Mi r 1; • le annual Benefactors Mi.'. the WaldorfAstorii Mrs K iretzky is a long tune i ban F nd, which v as esta Iished iars ago by Nati gue '•Mrs Kore zk% recently suffered he loss Oi" her son. Max Zcrler. and n tribute to his memory, leaders o': sisterhoods in the Greater Miami area have recommended that members and friends make their 1961-62 Seminary Benefactor. Sponsor and Patron gifts to Torah Fund MXS. HARRY kORHZKt in his name." official* explainel h( re. Mr-. Nathan Spiegelman, Florida Branch Torah Fund chairman, is spearheading the special efiort. Mesdames Anna Brenner Meyers, Sam Sapiro. and Lillian Goodman are honorary chairmen. cdaAtfliatok JAN STERLING Celebrate Israel's 14th birthday at the Dior-Israel fashion show and luncheon, Friday noon, February 23rd at the Fontainebleau Hotel. You' see a premiere of designs by leading couturiers of Israel and translations of Christian Dior, all in fabrics from Israel. Commentaries by Jan Sterling and Carol Baker, staging and coordination by Jordan Marsh. THE DIOR-ISRAEL FASHION SHOW



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    ?ooe 6-B + If-nitf fhrrt&r Friday. February 16, 1962 Emma Lazarus *" %  G rson ,0 %  Has Program g roap of i! i is%  •... noon at W i t. | ( _.. g ft and Loan lattion building on Normandy bti ?:;Jer.e LabOVltZ, of Tern%  : the %  -' i % %  In ition of natioi i %  [ Hebi %  Irs Na• Glick ai Presi '• at is Brotherhood and Civil R,. •..ill he discussed by Sam Gyson, -. an'i radio personally B'nai B'nth Women of Mian i .. i lesda] evening a*. Beth Da-. .1 Auditorium. Dr. Rosenlhal Scheduled How Do % %  • i %  %  %  at a IT'. • %  -. ai the : Y M Beadi PTA Will Hear Panelists v rth Bea< h E Sch i \ % %  ... be held Tue^ :um. A pai uon on "Amer %  .%  :. %  • • Will D-i %  •. i with -lack K % %  toi Miami N< as modi i %  Matthev I irida r ntati iociati instt %  is t s f Firsl tisl for Sunday night's Scopus lo jrganize the Sreater Miarn] .. \wardtestir onia dinner to Samuel Rothberg ioi oi the American Friends :: the Hebrew %  : ,c ,.-• righ! Me Mayer AbramoUnivei -%  lerusalem and I ;.: ..e Revitz, H. P. Tietse: Irving E once at Sunday s dinner at which the E Miller •< %  The women met Balfour will be a special guewt Monday mon ng at the home of Mrs. Popick Rabbi Lehrman Urges Support of JHF Foundation Project of Miami Council Xh.r,n',. Teis. Receptions Banquets Parties. Dinners from 20 to 2000 catered in tre manner o* The Diplomat an unhurried. MOLLVWOOD W*. 3-Bltl MIAMI FR 1-07BI Into'""*' O" M>% Jui Catering M, DIPLOMAT RCSORTS 1 COUNTS' CLUB 1300 'tel of Ocetn Pr Moiiywood-Oy -tnr-Sra. Flor.aa Have thai utlnesi Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion YouTI And complete facilities to exactly tatisfy your need* in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be It for • wedding or a private party I tar Inform• HAZEL ALLISON CATERING DIRSCTOR JE 1-6061 Mitt %*. • Colllnej *•• ideal that has : realit) — a jh the I indatioi '•. Jews havi identify them selves % % %  I inlj the present, but the lim;: future as %  • %  • % %  growth ar.d achievementof "he State of Israel According to Rabbi Lehrman. today, in this generation of Israel's reconstruction, there comet a new opportunity for building one s name into Israel's permanency. Today, you ma} include your name a> a living part of Israel, to begin in your own lifetime, in ways which you yourself may designate, to commemoi your link with Israel forever." He said that "by melting the Jewish National Fond a beneficiary in your will, in reality you are naming the Jewish people as beneficiary and, in that sense, too, such bequests are eternal. 'Eternal also is the memory of those who make the bequests. There are in Israel today many tracts of JNF land — and I have seen them often — upon which settlements have been established which bear the names of American Jews whose generosity made these settlementpossible. Nachalot. forests. Miles of Trees, and many other types of projects in I-rael honor in perpetuity the nameand the memories of the I donors who provided for the future of the people of Israel in their wills. "The future of the Jewish people is bound up with the future of Israel A Jew can have no prouder satisfaction than the knowledge { that he or she has achieved a per petual share in the reestablishment of the State of Israel. His or her name, thus commemorated, will confer honor everlasting on all descendants." The Foundation has set aitobjective for the year 1961 62 the raising of S5.000.000 This was jointly announced by Albert Schiff. president of the Jewish National Fund of America, and Judge Ber-' nard A. Rosenblatt, chairman of, the Foundation. At the same time it was disclosed that this year's special effort by the Foundation would be in tribute to Mendel N. Fisher, who. after 27 years of dedicated service as executive director of the Fund, is retiring from his post at the end of the year vOGUST BROS Ry £ Is th< BEST' i] MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW FOR TRADITIONAL SABBATH DINNER IN | Morion III orlon ouiers BEAUTIFUL NEW BAYSIDE DINING ROOM %  fiaay e.enmg. tr-e traditional SaDbath Dinner jp served by candlelight in the romantic atmos" 3"ere of the Morton Towers, overlooking Biscayne ^^Mi Bay. You. youi family and friends will enjoy the music ^^Tg k of strolling violins in this most beautiful of settings, li jeli *me will be served with the compliments flp i the management. Also a la Carte Specialties Dining Room hours. 5 to 9:30 P.M. Cocktail Lounge, Noon to 1 A.M. Coffee House, 7 A.M. to 1 A.M. %  saal BISCAYNE BAY AT 15th ST. / MIAMI BEACH



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    Tridav. February 16. 1962 •Jtnisf Ftcridiiir Pqge 7-B Miamian Named Special Assistant Attorney General ..:<; W. Ervin. Attorney Central r! thi Stat m Florida, anesday the appoint] ewis F. Cohc: 1 .. Miami at. %  i ; %  a> a Special Assistanl AI tomey General. n is the son ; Mr. and Mrs Mortimer Cohen, of Normandy lsl( Miami Bi i Cohen received his BBA degree from :hi' University ol Miami in 1957 ai d his law di gr< t from the lurks in the presence of Deborah Kerr as she investigates noises in a 19th century mansion in this set n %  Innocents," opening Friday at the Carib, Miami Mil.tele 163rd Street Theatres. Jack Benny Will Appear Here : ,./.,'. evi ning, Feb. 20. at Beach Convention Hall. %  Miamians will bo a.ble to B< my in person as he i h Ihe University ol Mii ... i irehestra, Fabian v conducting, in a fundconcert. ill m .i r k Benny's 25th performance since April v hen he first appeared Oklahoma City Sym%  mi er Alfre I Wallenstein. manager of t h e ••-. > of Miami Symphony id that all proceeds is special benefit concert i I affording comaletely adeI viewing and hearing for t.ery patron at the concert." i appears in ci ius n ii rument which is i a' Hii t I \\i .S> mphon> u ill be 1 .:. 01 ietra in .: L'niti i Stati A I eless he cl ma i his sei : ut anj financial reher than perenniall) Benny has oar: ards of $2.00 for sj %  • rchestra funds and other noti aus< • His concerl i Toronto Sj mphony Orch -:.... n isi d • 200.000 -in „ Bond: Israel drive Pr< gram will in< "< armsal Overture." I > Dvorak S liti or String Orchi relli: 'An \merican in Paris." Rumanian Rhapsody No Enes'o; and Caprici Sico'ai Rimsky-Koi sak \ Benny will p rfi • m r-.erweisen ol Sa %  on(erto for Violin i i -tra in I) maji r in ci orm. b> Bcetho' Furs and fashions SJafed : h& %  : remp'n ^ i shurun u ill ho its ..: %  iir a: G Fel 21. II hlmht ol thi e\ ning will I : %  'Windjammer" Opens in Miami • %  rii Sti i cl th eek Louis :. • • -' -i. Wi .: the Cm. %  : %  •. Florida Miami, on %  • .:. i ::i. : : : "This • ; incVVednesrliiy. Sai Sunda; and per• • evening Pnc c< ; i -.•:.-.•.fl r "(int Windiammer ta' oi Trinidad. Tho background musical score a.written by Morion Gould. '. nh i rsitj 11 Miami in 1960 While rsity, *" o h c n was a member oi Iron Arrow, highest %  hi ..;>. and s rvi I as pre! u'ent of Omicron Delta Kappa, naleadei ship honorary. He was also named to "Who's Who in American Colleges and Ur.ivers ; ties," end served as a resident advisor for six years, acting as president ot th? M-i's Residence Halls Assn. In a-ditlcn, Cohen was named to the Dear s L ; *t in the School r.f Business Administration, and was e'ee'ed t-> msmbershi? in the Accounting Society, hghest acCCL "tinfl hensrary. ool, Cohen was FLORIDA STATE THEATRES In World Fomoui Miami Broth SHERIDAN ZSt Ktttritd S.o-i NOW on Sal* CINEMA .Will ltd Avt. i |l3tt>SI BMC^OVi ==" PERRY VM "= 'K ifip Of T' Carole & Tommy J Frankie Hyers ..SS The Cookies — MURRAY FRANKLINS 211 22nd M, Miami Beach Continuous Enterta.nmtnt Showtime JO P m. A ia-30 a.m. Tumuitim* 3 to 5 .m, Rrsrrvattlont — JE t-7201 —Wi rfj IT'S WMniWfi LEON SCHACHTER Preudly Presen ; A NEW MUilCAL REVUE WITH A BIG CAST "se\<; WITH I SKA Kir featuring nmmx HI:I:> SARAH AV ARIE KAU MEM ALON JOE HUTCHES ,s ORCH. LEON SCHACHTER • G TEL STE'N PLUS ON OUR SCRI "A BRIVALI DEP. MAMA NO INCREASE Shews Daily COLONY L 5?tt %  '•,* ''t r if:teS M; '.uir.:: St.-i EIAnmA Downtown Miami rLUKlUA 205 E Fiagler St. Rctcrxd Sotf NOW en Sole Mel -ces Wed. Sot, Sun. -2p-. l.enoj 6 JC c -n.Ci y NOW SEE THE WONDE* OP TneWew CITJLXLXO "i.i--.-oi 'WINDJAKMEA' M.nf lclf( Shewn in Miami F ; lmcd in Eos'man Color 7 trock Stereophonic Sound DCATU -Mice M DCAln a; rjre.e -ve. ROCK HUDSON DORIS DAY TONY RANDALL COME on Ihs Scan's List and partlcipatpd extensivi !> in debate competi* • ion. winning the Freshman Moot Ci urt, .in"" r Senior Moot Court, ... d Florida State Moo; Court i-onipititions. li<' was also elected to membership in Tan Kappa Alpha, forensic honorary. PresenJJy an attorney in Miami, Cohen is a member of the Amert* c ;.n Bar Assn.. Florida Bar. and the Dade County Bar Assn. He is also i meml er of i' ; c i H ol '•'• % % %  •< tors hi (Jnivrrsi'y of Miami Alumni Association, vice president and public relations chairman of the Coral Gables Optimisl Club, and a trust(i of t h e Coral Gables M tose Lodge CARIB MIAMI MIRACLE 163 St Open 1:45 Open 10:45 Open 11:45 Open 12:45 TODAY inraa*n tr. -I i t4M % %  dure *• •" aJt* anC|>ri>"|t3 DEBORAH KERR .... MICHAEL REDGRAVE „ %  ., ONI^.SCOPE ,, Did she really see those evil spirits ,., or was she really the lovestayed spinster the innocents, said she was t \tbeatre i tbeatre p, SVflBT i union %  "**** highest rating! DIstlngulshed by th story, tha direction and the acting. THE BMDC3E An international prize-winner M^6^^§#£dg£ TODAY Tie lamest IMUIM But ntr (W u* Off him TN\^C?ION %  ^n BILL TRAVERS • SPIKE MILLIGAN r\r rATfrrHT C3p GREGOIRE ASLAN tlU^V^Eiileitl st irenieFi 'le el iiie year's 10 Besil" — All Saw York Naaipapari ••35S!2Cior'''S a ""B8SiiiCPeeil5y"g -All Naw Yark Nawipaptri •gj{" "Rssl 5nppp.nnlay" m New Yo' Film Cniics Circle • 0 "T6e most imoeriaBi screan prBfiociiosBlineyeap!" i; ", ;':-^ .1LSJLI —Rose Pilittick, Jouma! American J 3 RESERVE 3 PE I ilLYI I 1 p.m.



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    Page 8-B +Jeist>ncrXHann Friday, February 16, 1962 • %  JT^ FRANCINl WOMAN OF THE WEEK Francine and her husband. Lee Ruwitch. do everything together, j.nd it isn't just by chance that they both like the same things. FranCine was born in Memphis. Tenn. In their faiher's woods, she and he] two brothers and two sisters learned to ride ar.d fish — to become ware of the greatness and splendors of nature. In 1950. Francine came to Miami, where her flair for modeling led her into that field. Then, she did secretarial work for two opthalmolgists, which proved exciting — until she met Lee a; a party — and *.hat took priority. Lee ph Feinstein. 1552 Biarritz dr., the new Mrs. Weiner graduated from Miami Beach High and attended the University oi Florida. Her husband is also ;; graduate of Miami Beach High and the University of Florida. His fraternity ,s Tau Epsilon Phi. He is the son if Mr. and Mrs. George Weiner. 1135 NE 177:h st. AKer a honeymoon in Nassau. •he young couple will live at Ft. Eustice. Ya where the bridegroom is a lieutenant with the U.S. Army. Werner-Kahn MRS. J. STANltY BtRTMAN Newlyweds Planning Cruise Sandra Phyllis Schwartz chose a short peau de soie frock trimmed with chantilly lace and carried white orchids and lily of-thevalley for her marriage to J. Stanley Bertman on Sunday evening. Feb. 11. Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated at the ceremony in Temple Beth Torah, and a reception and dinner followed at Chandler's restaurant. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schwartz, 1500 NE 160th st., the new bride is a graduate of the University of Florida and served as secretary of her sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi. Mrs. Ann Rheingold and Mrs. Marlene Goodman served as her attendants. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bertman. 17120 N. Miami ave. A graduate of the University of Miami, he is now teaching physical education in Dade county. His fraternity is Zeta Beta Tau. Serving as best man was Jerry Goodman, and Paul Rheingold was usher. A summer cruise is planned by the young couple whose new address is 2033 Calais dr. Ardmi rt NAOMI SUDRON v\ en MRS. HARVtT WtlHt* Miss Sudron, Medical Student Planning Rites Mr. and Mrs. Irvii Sw 2360 SW 23rd ave. ar< am. the engagement of tbeil daughter, Naomi J.. to Joel Levin, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin, 725 SW 25th rd. The future bride a graduate of Miami Senior High, where she was a member of Tri Beta Council. She attended th University of Florida, and is new a journalism major at the University of Miami. Her fiance is also a graduate of Miami Senior High, took p.e-medical training at the University of Florida, where he btlongei to a pre-medical honorary society, and is now in the University oi Miami school of medicine. PRACTICAL NURSECOMPANION Foreign Born. Prefers Beach position. 165 N.W. 47th Terr. (Upper) Zilber, Katz Bethrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Moyshc Zilber. 287 W. Mashta dr.. Key Biscayne. announce the engagement of their daughter. Bebe, to Sanford Katz. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ixniis Katz. 1744 SW 17th st. Bebe is a graduate of the UniVersity of Maryland, and the pros jPective groom attended the Universify of Miami. The couple will be married on July 1. Cardiac Hospital Gels Grant National Science Fovndation grant of $$11,625 has been awarded to National Children's i.ardiac Hospital in support of the Foundation's new cooperative collegeschool science program. The grant provides for a ivanced research study and trai-tng of forty nth and 12th grade -indents and eight science teacherduring the 1962-63 academic year under the supervision of Dr. Milfon S. Saslaw, director ; medical research at the ho>i A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN ii7— RESTAURANT 731 Wo


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    Friday. February 16, 1962 fJewisti fkrktian Page 9-B i Building Fund To Get Boost Building fund rl the Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home of Greater Miami will benefit from the fourth anniversary luncheon to be held Wednesday noon at the Al. giers hotel. Guest speaker will be Rabbi j Isaac Ever, of Auuda.h Israel He•brew Institute, a:id Olja I'avlova will present a musical program. Chairman of the day is Mrs. Icseph Keiser. Mrs. Edward Elkin tS president of the group. S UNDAY evening was the ocoi for a Combined Jewish peal reception at the Amenhotel h :i;i ring Israel Anibas-,.(lor \Iu'Kiel Comay. Welcoming in the receiving line. Mrs. ,,•. wore a gold silk jersey, r dress featured the dropped aistline which was banded with arrow roll of gold satin. k chiffon was the choice • Mrs Shcpard Broad. Sleeveand with a slashed bateau %  •(ckline, her skir; had the clas[ullness of chiffon. Mrs. Sam i nson, who's husband w a s irman of the evening, also h !• black. Her sheath was a se(ii. embroidered silk crepe, ,! black scquined cashmere .iti r over it. Mrs. Nathan Gumcnick select., brocade ensemble of ombre turquoise and silver. Her short pi Idle jacket featured a sur: lice, and was lined in silver satin. Mrs Meyer Baskin wore a fullh white satin brocade theatre over a white silk taffeta ,i ss. Fashioned in the popular %  hirtwaist style, it was printed in butterfly motif of vivid colors. embroidered in ombre tones of ivory to charcoal with seed pearls, crystals and paillettes. Royal blue alencon lace was the color and fabric of Mrs. Carl Weinkle's jacket dress ensemble. Mrs. Rost Will Host Party i Greater Miami Women's iary. Jewish Home for the is having iis monthly birthday party for the residents of the Home turquoi.se brocade dress and al Douglas Gardens on Sunday at jacket were the choice of 2p.m. M RS Mrs. Al Levinson. Her jacket featured the unusual detail of a small fringed pouf at the hem and to one side. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers w ore a gold llame sheath, with the slightly dropped waistline and blouson bodice. Mrs. Joseph Lipton's satin print ensemble featured the hip-length jacket, which was cut in a freeflowing line over a sheath. Red roses and green foliage combined in her print. A nile green chantilly lace short formal was worn by Mrs. Marshall Harris. Mrs. Bernard Stevens chose a gold llame brocaded and embossed sheath ensemble. Her hiplength jacket, cut in the Chanel line, was lined in a muted gold velvet. An apricot-colored chiffon shirt topped with a silver bodice w a s the choice of Mrs. Jack Young. The long waist bodice was embroidered with caviar beads and star-shaped paillettes. As she has for many years. Mrs Samuel Rost will he hostess to the party in honor of her own birthday. Music will be furnished by Irving Pietrack and his orchestra and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. president, and Mrs. Sol Silverman will extend greetings. Mrs. Lou's Makovsky is program coordinator. At the annual Interiaith Institute of the Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations last week are (left to right) Mrs. Irving Lehrman. chairman; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the organization; and Mrs. Sam Durgan, president. United Church Women. Book Review Set Wednesday JWY Members To be Honored Anna Brenner Meyers chose a black silk brocade with matching coat lined in gold -atm. Satin was also the choice ol Mrs. George Graham. Her flack and white print sheath had its >wn full-length coat trimmed with black mink collar. Mrs. Leon Kaplan chose black silk brocade j Members of the Jewish War Vetin .-heath style, which was asy-! erans and the Ladies' Auxiliary m< terically draped over one hip, i in Dade and Broward county will taught in the back into a pouf, I be honored at a dance Saturday, and dropped into a pannier. J8;30 p.m., in appreciation of their Dramatic "black and red were ] work at the Veterans Hospital, combined into the ensemble Mrs.: The dance, given by the JWV A. J. Harris brought back from l Department of Florida, will be Hong Kong, and featured a red J held at Unified Hall, 2300 NE water-color brush design on the 171st St., No. Miami Beacli. lack silk sheath. Red silk lined her matching full -length coat. Department commander, Henry Norton, and Auxiliary chief, Mrs. Mrs. HylandRifas chose a black ] Evelyn Levine, said the affair will -ilk crepe sheath. Her decol-! be open to all active members. ice V neckline combined with the j Co-chairmen of the affair are traditionally-draped, crepe bodMrs. Kay Lingaton. of Hialeah. ice. A black eyclette bodice, with and Ainslee Ferdie, Coral Gables. .i white silk organza skirt, were • nmbined for the one-piece gown worn by Mrs. Michael Goodman. \n oversized red cabbage rose 8a,e Sundav at S,even s Mar Brunch" scries, sponsored by the ket. 6209 NW 27th ave. In charge Sisterhood and Parent Teacher of pickup is Mrs Henry SteinAssn. of Temple Emanu-El. will be j )auser held on Wednesday. Dr. Irving Lehrman will review Rabbj Abramowiti tO Speak "A Nation of Sheep,' by William r Lederer. Annual parent youth breakfast at The meeting will take place at Temple Menorah on Sunday mornthe temple's North Branch bldg., '•£ will follow services conducted 77th St. and Dickens ave.. at 10:30 by teen-agers In the chapel at 10 am a.m. "Ruach" session and breakfast will be in the youth lounge. Speaker will be Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz on "Youth and You." Goodman Hadassah Meeting 1 R Goodman group of Hadas-.a sah will hold a regular meeting on J Wednesday evening at the Wash ington Eederal Savings and Loan J Assn.. 1133 Normandy dr. Program % will honor Jewish Music Month and JNF boxes and trees. MRS. SAMUIL ROST J The Officers and Members of THE HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE OF GREATER MIAMI mourn the loss of their Beloved Member CANTOR JACOB GOLDFARB Wednesday, February 7, 1962 and express sincerest sympathy to his family Rabbi Shimon Aiulay, President Specializing in Formals Coc^tuil Gowns Bridal Attire Mother of the Bride Goums Mother •/ the Groom Gowns Bar Mitivah Gowns PARSONS 4) 3410 CORAL WAY Open Monday Nite 'Til 9 HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROAD M.B. JE 8-1861 TEMPLE JUDEA "YIDDISH NITE" SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25 8:30 P.M. 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    Page 10-B *Jenislfkridfiar Friday, Febiucry is, 1962 The Courier Eden Roc President to be Honored By Jewish Theological Seminary Here Our apology to Ben Bronston, into whose building on Lincol Road Mail we' inadvertehtTV asSIgned-a new sidewalk cafe. Actuall} it's set :cr the 800 bloek Sam Cordova, chef at Cedaroi Lebanon Hoseofiee shop, speaks 14 landau s and once a%  %  : interpreter for the Italian Army ... Dr. Sylvan D. Schwartxman, (it Hebrew Lmon in I incinnati, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua Societ> as ecturer al the Universitj ul Florida in Gainesville during Rclig Week there Feb 21 to 23 Sen. Margaret Chase Smith, Republicans fighting the GOPs far right, has ..]•>• membership cara in the National Ladies' Auxiliar; Jewish War V'eterai We recall with pleasure th. 68th birthda.v party for Cede Cantor %  ., i by Israel Bonds hen B e Five year back. rmer President Harry S. Truman was the principal speakei %  an .iudier.ee oi almost a dozen governors am in lite, during a 1958 Democratic confi em an in inting tli" tremendous success cl that evenini el that will be main more lhan the 2.2000 who attended th< tion saluting cne ol America's great humanitarians daj next week at the Fontainebleau. Up a: the Americana, Sam Landy, president of tl the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and national vice presas checked in to work with a larg< conth genl from the Quaker State at this weekend's national conclave Election of Mrs. Samuel Simcnhoff as president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the Is, with Mrs. Louis Glasser moving up as state president, will be disclosed next week Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges, A ho will speak at the convocation ceremonies of the Jewish Theological ry honoring former Beach Councilman Sam Halperin or. Feb. 27. !.:-• Southern governor to push for Dixie industrial develop• on a scale big enough to pay off. Today, North Caroima leads a>. with i and Florida not far behind. • • • Dr. Avram Biran and Reuven Dafni, top-level executivein the Ministrj oi Education, are in the United Stati I assist the 1962 IMA drive for S95.000 000. Dr. Biran. director of the department oi archaeology and antiquities, is a Hebrew University graduate who is working with Gen. Yigaei Yadin in unearthing more significant finds n the Dead Sea Caves Dr. Solomon a. Freehof, president of the Union for Progressive Judaism, has left on a two-month trip to South Africa to aid in the educational and religious life ol Liberal -: ci mmunities in that part of the world The American Jewsi Committee, under chairmanship of Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, has ed Thurqocd Marshall, Judge of th< U.S. Court of Appeals. Second C rcuit, as recipient ol the 1962 American Liberties Medallion. Presticn is slated for Hotel Commodore in New York on May 5. Art continues to move to the forefront in Miami's cultural life, an exhibit of paintings and drawings by irwin Partr.-jyl at the Corner Gallery, 1136 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, set for :16 to Mar. 24. Charles R. Jacobson's one-man show oi ex• sionist paintings at the same location continues until Feb J4 en at Waldman's hotel, eating back to back, were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nteyers and Ambassador Yaacov neriog, Israel's envoy to Cat : i ted gefilte fish, according to ace tubthumpcr Peter F. Heller. Sylvia Papier, ol Mt, Sinai, informs us that Dr. Leonard Laoinschn, %  %  psychiatry and net i \'A Hosa largi group of nui -• al th W Ifson rium of I pital this week. • • • lt;hik Manner, Inl known Yiddish Tel Aviv to be gu the 1 ry Socii \ [otel As! n New I was Robert Frss*, vent to Israel last year as the Samuel Pa'ey rsitj i i Jerusalem. A Frost I Leo Cherna, I : .: coun; i lal rj lories ntists, Cr. Martin S. Belle, presidi Hearl ni. Dr. Howard M. Lenhoff, oi the li [n %  • ect, which include %  • : ents Harry Mufson. president ol the Eden Roc hotel, will be guest of honor at a cocktail reception at the Eden Roc on Monday. Feb 26 The tribute will be offered by Jewish Theological Seminary cl America in recognition of Muf•unceasing endeavcrs to per pctuate the traditions ol Judaism ir his cleai awi r< ness I the import! %  Dr. L;uis Finktlsiein, chancellor cf the Semirary. wh ; ch is the central institution of Conservative Judaism, will attend the fete to extend his personal greeting tc Mu/s:n and to present to him an illuminated scroll attesting to Mufson s beneficent support of the spiritual and educational progra-ns of 'he Seminary. leaders will i • %  ( Miami I each hotel -, %  ort ol all ma rreligii welfan i ausi brought fan tional reci i and numerous awards and citations from both Mayor Proclaims Brotherhood Fete See Pages 7-16 C A proclan i tii di signating the week beginning Fel 18 as Brotherhood Week has been issued bj Mayor Robert King High, of Miami. Asking all citizens to "believe. live and support those ideals and practices that will make Brotherhood an actual'fact in our lives.' Mayor High gave niofficial endorsement to the 28th annual observance i I Brotherhood Week, which is spoi si red by the National I nference oi Christians and Jews The Mayor stated that "all eitilens should give much thought to their mutual understanding of all pecple, with regard to our common humanity as the children of God." : eit> • • Wilin : : NCCJ's an ner. Tl em e %  ti n< ... awards ... %  : S. Knight an f i %  %  : are honors for 1 humai Jewish n-Jewish organizations. Sponsors rf the reception include -,. : Dane, oj N'ew York: Samuel ,t Halperin, Miami Beach; Harry / Philadelphia; Morris Ruskin. Pittsburgh; Abraham .1. -., • Ni • Y IrKl Joseph Bosti %  %  %  %  %  Sher... „i New York .• : Miklos :: Indii nap lis Ol the El, enbusiness • re in Sans S uci. ... • • the : | r addition to his interest •" the E ten Roc ; — is chairman '•' the board ol tht -e-'erson Stsres. He was founder •'P' ?siden' of 'he Vanderb Tire and Rubfcer Company ; vi the Old Clover D Still ng ::~r:nv. but HAHgf MUfiOH r? longer is eiiher linn. associate. o, Mill v'en's I li '"• • ^ %  and he is nei the Knighl S on S.S. ATLANTIC For Official Rotes & Information Ca I GETAWAY TOURS Telephone JE 2-3336 163S Cellini Ave. M' arr *•' AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR "S S ATLANTIC" — American Export Line:GEORGE KRONENGOLD TRAVEL SERVICE 540 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI EEAC-H .31-: 1-9455 CRUISE TO HAIFA on the S.S.ATLANTIC IF I" fi (i (. IB • i or Hopkins Prof. To Speck Here \ Brvilii professor %  s d's re • : II I Fi I' her. i.h sne! dl t be Sisand Iverir ol Mr. Louise Wise P.ans Card Party Here %  %  held Bel %  th mces Herd( iaii mat I on cornice, arc Mas lames Sarah CoEva Blum. Sa lie Raj mi i Ann Tannenbaum and I -en Susan Feller is chapter pres-tent. Kneseth tercel Ladies to Mee* Mrs evident ol Km sith Israi I Sisterhood announces n d the .%  •: • Ho--, sses Mrs. Lena 1 • ; • rs. Si : I. and Mrs : Israel? C '< there on the s.s. ATLANT enji Ameri an comfort at Tourist Class rates! meals, American and Continental cuisines. And for ing to Dietary Laws—a full Kosher kitch • installed inderRa binicalsupervision. En route, you will have time to go sightseeing at chai ports in Italy and Greece. And the ATLANTK pped with stai ilizers to make your voyage sir.' i' I Next sailing from New York is the April 4 Passo Cruise.. .34 days from i?895 round trip, including shot i excursions. The ship is your hotel for 8 days at Hi es,as low as $388 Tourist Class, apply tot May 10 and June 8 sailings. First Class aceommodal is also available. See your Travel Agent. Make %  • rvation today. Henrielta ]a 3bs favorite of tl Y: ican stexge, c wl played witl si as Paul Mur Mnas nik and M y P.con heads the support i g cast of "Come Blow Your orn the smash Broadway omedy currently stariing L 3 Fuchs and Dick Shawn at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. Pioneer Women Meet si Beach %  i %  Mrs, .' NOW-S.S. ATLANTIC BEACHCOMBER CRUISES TO THE CARIBBEAN. Leaving New York March 2 and 16... from S350 for 14-day cruises. Sunny days, cha-cHa nights visiting the tropical islands ol the West Indies. s.s.ATLANTIC AMERICAN EXPORT LINES %  >> %  %  : % %  % %  >— • % % %  .,... 12? ami, Fia., FRo in 7-4G33 mmammmmm 50 Members for Sholem Sholcm Lodge. B'nai B nth. will initiate 50 new member.Wednesday < v ening. Feb. 28, at the Algiers J hotel. Btjammmmmmammm n .-, Rei i \ .it'on? CHUCK HALL TRAVEL 975 ARTHJR GODFREY ROAD 'Oilier Bld S .) MIAMI BEACH &f .(-.MQI John E. Len.ird. V.P JE -1195



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    1 idav. February 16, 1962 fJewlst) IHkridliain Paqe 11-B lor Betarsky Perform Here m. v B internationallylinger, will prero ,2 l %  -. df Hebrew, YidX • .. lie imposition i of 25, .i Mi ;i m i Be !'••1 An iitpriurn^. % %  ,;i oc a e i on imi Op ra Guild i in .-. pr< tH' I" %  :.,. [.,,... %  ich io! Df 1 gra luate ol ll Si • r> ol Lenin^i ail. •. a l, ading 1 .-.-i 0* 5 ate Op ra %  p %  >inc coi i ertiz ii 1 %  .,!:." a 4 eminent c n 1 "i'o-i anini, B H i! /1 a s k i and 1 wc de.ni to Sing We-e Sundcy 1 eini w )1! pn • I a lish [ra ct • aj e\ enii r H 1 ', %  ( all over I ic t laim !!'• •• also 1 i sic critic ai 1 i iv HI books, 1 v n the pro gram Wi % %  M. Rosenberg, one of t • ii • ol the American Yi .;. Henrietta Shnitzer, ar i h... Gison, formerly of ilic Yi \ teater; Esther BarIt %  st: I>. Horowitz and JtI /.I.' ••(• nan. Dr. Goldfarb 4^+ Emcmu-EI %  U' Isra ildfarb, rabbi emeriA• Congregation Beth Israel gi.MH Emetti jf Brooklyn. N.V.. f ll be guesl o.-eacher at Temple nanu-EI or. Friday evening. I lier-ir.-lai* of Dr. Irving Lehr spiritual leader of the conlion. Dr. Goldfarb is an emiSn: authorit] on liturgical music. Jar.;, of his original works and gementt are used for congre uil singing, for choirs, and ttnii rs thro ghoul the world. 4 IK served his congregation for %  r< than 30 years, and was also flpri fessor of music at the Jewish •><< gical Seminary of America, • ii:i he now serves in an advisor ra r f ni an; *n 0 — IRAVKIHG' Call \ GUS JJ^SHAW SHAW IRAVEl SERVICE Inc %  eir.vot.O", AIR STEAMSHIP MOTH 149 N.E. l$t St.. Miami. Fit 4-260* Rabbi Finchas Teitz uugurates the eighth consecutive yen; c: his "Da: Hashavua" over radio station WMIE. Opening | emanated from David Rosner's Sterli Scrm Rosi .. :d executive !cc. le lers r presei ting mosl "f ihe ma jor i ities across the nation. Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz this week inaug irated f r the i consecutive year here hi* culturalreligious program, "Dal Hashavua," Talmudic Seminar of the Air. Openinn broadcast of the season emanated from David Rosner's Sterling hotel on Miami Beach, where Kabbi Teitz is now vacationing. The program is heard over radio station WMIE. Rabbi Teitz has also conducted mudic Seminar of the Air ten years age. The program features the teaching of a "Blatt Gemorrah" over ihe rad'O "in order to disscminate Torah knowledge to the Jewi-h people." Ragbi Teitz has also conducted the program in Chicago. Philadelphia. Boston and Montreal, as well as in Israel and New York. Chairman tor the inaugural broadcast here was E m a n u e I Finkel. ot Miami Beach, formerly ol Elizabeth. N.J. Rabbi Teitz is Chief Rabbi of Elizabeth. N.J Dean of the Yeshiva there, and a member of the Presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada. The program will be heard here each Thursday. 3:45 p.m.. over radio station WMIE Metro Commissioner Spaet Throws Hat In Ring for Circuit Court Group i Metro Commissioner Harold B. Spaet. who represents Miami Beach, this week announced nil candidacy t o r Circuit Judge in Group I The t'ir-t primary election isel for May 8, with a second primary scheduled May 23. A former Miami Beach associate municipal ju Ige and long-time Miami Beach resident and attorney, Spaet twice has served as vice mayor of Miami Beach. He was a city councilman from 1953 until January, 1961, v. hen he took oitice u> Metro commissioner. Spaet, a practicing attorney for 32 years, has served as president of the Miami Beach Bar Assn. Ke was president of Dade County League of Municipalities and is a former president of the Florida Municipal League. A : irmer vice president ot the Flori Stat %  Elks Assn., Spaet, ; .mei iber of Miami Beach Kiwams i lub Loyal Order ol tor Circuit J ,1( %  ,nd Ki Pythias. "1 feel thai with my many -.w. Beach with of ex| rienci ai the bar. a his v %  I their two cluidan A • ( Mun pal h ren both students at Miami Beach commissioner, I can best -< peop Dade county on th In his intention to run cuit bench.*' JUDGE H&RCLD SPAET Defrost Symphony Due on Beach MR. AND MRS. WOLff Wolffs Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolff, of 841 80th St., Miami Beach, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on Feb. 8. The celebrar.ts were honored at a dinner party at the Famous restaurant tendered by their son Danny, also of Miami Beach. The Wolffs were originally from Brooklyn, where he was a wellknown restaurateur. They have a daughter Mrs. Rita Ross. Miami Beach, and two other sons. Bernett and Manuel, living in New York. The couple also have six grand children. The noted Israeli pianist. David Bar-Ilan. will be guest soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Paul Pa ray, conductor, on Thursday evening, Feb. 22. at Miami Beach Auditorium. Bar-Ilan and the Detroit Symphony will appear at the third concert of the fifth annual program of the Community Concert Assn. He will be featured in Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, op. 58. by Beethoven. Paray will lead the orchestra in performances of Overture to "Marriage of Figaro," by Mozart; S) phony No. 2 in D major, op. 43. by Sibelius; and Prelude to "Die Meistersinger," by Wagner. Born in Haifa. Israel in 1930 Bar-Ilan is a third generation Palestinian. Music is an integral part. of his heritage. His grandfather was a composer of liturgical music, and his father, now one of Israel's leading electrical engineers, is an accomplished pianist in his own right. NOW— FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED I S/S FLORIDA 3-DAY CRUISES FEGM MIAMi TO NASSAU 1 *--*JZ*&Z£dLZ& ^ FOR FLORIDA VOYAGER Congress Inn Miami':; new and beautiful motel providing fine HOTEL services. Deluxe roosts and studio apartments private pool, free recreation and entertainment, dose %  0 all points of interest. 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Recall n*r graat performances in the movies, especially in "Scuth Paciric, Anniversary," "Les Girls," and "The Joker is Wi'd"? is that you'll be lucky indeed, if you can get Casanova room to glimpse Mitii in person. Burns and Allen are also in town this week. B'.it only George Burris appearing before the show-going public. Gracie has accom) i her spouse here for his initial nighl club appearap.ee. at the I ompen room of the Eden Roc. Showmanship-wise, veteran of stage, screen and TV. George Burns spells great entertainment tor all who visit the Eden Roc this week. He has a wonderful cast of supporting stars, including the trumpeter ol the hour. AI Hirt. and his group of musicians, and silver-throated Vivian Delia Chiesa. also well-known to TV fans. Former school teacher Sam Levenson. always a big draw here has followed Buddv Hackett into the Cafe Cristal of the Diplomat l.evensons appeal has grown by leaps and bounds, ever since he •subbed" for Arthur Godfrey on his network radio shows, and also filled in for Jack Paar on the tatter's "Tonight" show. Sam is more than a comic; he's a robust personality, a grand master of ceremonies, and his easygoing stage personality aftords many happy and relaxing moments for his usually enthusiastic audiences. He'll be supported bv Damita Jc. a big favorite at the Diplomat, where she's been featured previously in the Tack Room. Damita has come a long way on her own in the entertainment world since she made her first appearance here at Copa City Lounge, as a member of the Red Caps. Jack Benny is also due in. with his wife and former partner. Mary Livingston, who has. more cr less, retired from show business, allowing the man of the family to carry on his busy career .lack stars at the benefit for the University ol Miami Symphonj Fund nexl Tuesday at Miami Reach Convention" Hall. Yes. he'll play his fiddle, accompanied by the orchestra, led by Fabien Sevitzky %  eX -* BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: An old Miami Beach ni lb favorite, Leo Fuchs, has returned to town to co-star in a c lei hit, "Come Blow Your Horn." with Dick Shawn, at the Coconul (".rove Playhouse. Leo, long-time favorite of the Yiddish-American stage, had his own club or. the Beach in 1946 and 47 Another popular YiddishAmerica! tar, Henrietta Jacobson, makes her fir t legil th< i appearance in "come Bio \ Your Horn.' The lead roles are ready made t r Fuchs, as the father, and Shawn, as the irrepressible bachelor son. It's good news that Israeli singing star Shoshana Damari will return to the Mcnte Carlo's Exodus room on Mar. 8 for a limited engagement. Called "An Evenir.-s with Shoshana Damari," the show will be presented twice nightly, 9 and 11. Suggest reservations be made now. ig v ith t< levisi n %  last Sun .; %  > 's "The B Tasteful!; produced, the I was put irt to finish, and 1 am sure, nol one \ ewer lei his ej mder screen even for a second, because of I end appeal throughout. -jc WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES: "Windjammer." the Cinerama process, is now at the Florida, in Miam I the voyage of a Norwegian sehoolship SS Christian Kadi,'. • thi route of Columbus. Fourteen ports are visited, and the native cusl ms are exciting!} screened. Matinee performs an given Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday at the Florida, in addition to regular nightly showings. "El Cid" continues its popular reserved seat engagement at the Roosevelt, with matinees daily at 2:30. and evening performances starting at 8:30. Starring two of the greatest cinema names, Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren. who never looked more bewitching. "El Cid" is a monumental movie of Spain's historical hero and his exploits in love and war. On wide screen, in Technicolor, it's a treat for every member of the movie-going family. Tennessee Williams' sizzling "Summer and Smoke" holds over at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres, starring Laurence Harvey and Gerald.ine Page. One of the best musical movies in years. "West Side Story." continues its reserved seat engagement at the Beach's Sheridan Theatre. Brilliant choreography distinguishes the movie version of the stage hit which stars Natalie Wood, easily a candidate for an Academy I Award on the basis of her performance as the Puerto Rican maid torn between love and remorse. "Judgment at Nuremberg." now playing at popular prices at the Lincoln, has three showings daily, at 1:45. 5:45 and 8:45. The povver, ful indictment of Nazi judges, and their espousal of Hitlerian legal tactics before and during the war, is vividly portrayed by an exceptional cast, topped by Spencer Tracy. Judy Garland and Burt Lancaster, and brings to the fore newcomer Maximilian Schell. -* -* NOTES ON THE CUFF: The talented Ducky Callas. the tub-thump ing comic, is back again in the Murray Franklin laugh-making crew. He joins veteran Frankic Hyers in the hilarious new "Blackouts.'' Callas just returned from an extended engagement at the Mardi Gras in Baltimore. Leading the Franklin fun festival are Vic Perry, the show stopping "King of Thieves," Kay Carole and her ad libbing partner Tommy. Freddy. Ross, the singing Cookies and the unpredictable antics of the boss man, Murray Franklin. Gottheil. for many years a profel sor at Columbia University ,,-] founder the Zionist Orgai • •• nerica. Haber recei tly' sp ml an e: 1 ; : -• idy at the Z %  ,.,-.,,.,, Jerus a.'em, whei id 157 be'.wee hi il ai i Di lor K Al tin %  Dr Al Wolf-on v .'.I talk on c u i vi •.' elel I ATLANTIS HOTEL HiitUiq Koo:?i Banquet Parties Bar Mitzvahs Weddings any Social per person & up FUflCtlOll LUNCHEONS Call Norman for Reservations JE 1-0381 2655 COLLINS AVE. 1 Z.) 17th Confetti I FAMOUS RO KOSHER CUISINE 7th Consecutive Yeer ROSENTHAL ? I I I I I Miami leech'! Fmeit | Air CendiMnid Olnlng Keen %  Complete S 1 65 Dinneri from %  I ISOO COLLINS AVB MIAMI BEACH KING ARTHUR'S COURT The SINGING STRINGS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 500 Der Run • TU 8-4521 ART B*UNS, Co-Owner F t id %  n: let S te. n KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 Collins Ave. Phone JE 2-1671 KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN COMPUMIHTAKY WIN! < VCD WITH DINNM ON FRIDAY NICHT CATERING -OR ALL OCCASIONS Win Morgan, who has his combo at Miami Springs Villas Carriage Club, doubles during the day as a physical ed teacher with the Dade county school system. Win attended Cornell, later graduated from the UM. As a musician, he's played with Lionel Hampton and Ralph Flanagan, among others, also toured Europe) with a band. He's a drummer. Westbrooke Country Club is jammed on Sunday afternoon — whether the weather is good for swimming or not. Poolside sessions on Sundays include dancing, art classes, yoga classes, baton twirling classes for the youngsters and shuffleboard tournaments. Also popular are the recently started "charm clinics" at the club given by local model agency owner Gayle Carson. %  a. MceaatMeaa ROYAL PAH Mom -— '( DINING ROOM — '.> NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC (•5 Traditionol Dining FINEST KOSHER CUISINE DELUXI KOSHER 7-COURSE DINNERS fresa •w BaearraUaeui OatJ il MM On the Otua • OelHai At*. Oil Uaeeta •., aOaaal antae*



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    Iday, February 16. 1962 9>Jewi$ti fhrkHsu) Page 13-B Jfyar ^yliitzvalt ,s a gift to sub-cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free or the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. lequests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name if the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, lome address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time the occasion. O / i t u a othy rrattner; 18 grandchildren, and : -A L i. .i t -L r-.. ndch lldi en. r i c s LEGAL NOTICE FERDINAND KAUFMAN 7.".. ..! ;::i", I n.-k.-n..>• 'i. : II.. 1! it. i m< here seven • ar ..-" from x.w YMII. and wn*i ;. retired grocer. Surviving are hi* if.-. Jean; two son.-. Robert ami Ronald* a Bister, Mis. Margaret W Iruff, nnd .. son. Services were Feb. 12 in l: \.isldi Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isli Ifor Jeffrey Mark* belebration of the Bar Mitzvah n y I., son of .Mr. and Mrs Marks. 5201 SW 89th pi.. c v Sal rcla; morning, !, .•.. !i Am. Rab., Baun ,. ill ofi ... ( stu'. SievCR -i'ter ill I • %  ... 17 Nor%  i • .. n ul Mr and Mrs Her. :. la .r. ;-.,v eighth grade High. He • IXI :>ii< e in the &ch< ol uiid hu hoDbi< • includi -oil tl ah. parents I! spon s o r the L_ abbai on Friday niyht and ,\...ii.,-n u.i Saturday morning. John Farina p Saturday morning. Feb. 17, t: Mordecai Potict will official th Bar Mitzvah ol John hna al Temple Jutiea. \r. eighth grade student at KinJunior High. John is a memSAMUEL LeNOBLE ••..-.. ..i :-:' %  SW IV.I.I at., died F< b. 11 Hicami here seven yeafB 1 agfl fr-on Paterson, N.J. Surviving nre iwo daughters, Including .MiAnlia I • I• 1 helm; a brother, Joe LeNob e; .1 slater, Mrs. Bessli W'.irhand five grandchildren. Services vveri Keb 12 in Riverside Memorial I'hainl, Sormand) 1-1Hi 1 ami hen 7 \. ..: : Stntcsboro, Gi and was .. r) -• % %  1:1. %  ham. Hi >vas :i mi nil r ol !'• tl 11.1 vld S) ".I • • B'nal Ft'rltl and 7 1 Organli .M-TI of Am. rl 1.. surviving ari ii wlf<. Pa illm three sons, Robi 11 1. Jei 1 nnd his father, .1 brother, torn sister* In. i..inu >!i-.I > %  r..ilij Rott, and a grandchild, Services wen I • %  11 in Gordon l-'.Mi. 1 ..1 Homi Michael f'SDian )c riey Alarms LESLIE BAIN 5S, % %  .". 19 s Hi) Shi re *l. He I'-IIII hcTi >....-..-' Sew York C!t> 1.• 1-: 1. 1 Th \: ':. >. -.ii.... • \v 1111 < %  \ r. :, 11 %  .-III HERMAN A. GARSON of 118S0 Cedar rd., Cle\( land Hi i-fii11.. ,i|.-.i ihere Jan. 1. Retl • I oresi 6:h, 1962. E I[.EATHEB.M VN, Cli > Circuit Co irt, %  .!• ''' nil t 011% %  ,-,..1, B) K M. I.Y.M \N. Ileput) 1 "n Ira Ciller Karen lippman 1 )f I via. no There will be a Kiddush at home ni the patrol and a Student following the services, and a dinint:l representative there, and ner that evening at Michel's resitain n| Temple Judea patrol, taurant. bies are swimming and • • • Steven Levy The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Levy. of 197C SW 17th ct.. will be held Saturday morning. Feb. 17. at (onoretjation Beth El. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff will conLehrman wiU oificiduct the service. Stevei atti rids Beth HI o %  is a seventh gradt -i lout oi Shi ah Junior li Rh, where he | % %  ': %  %  umi nd. Ullu lr[IV Harriet Farina. 461 N\V will host the Kiddush in s honor following the cere Ira Giller Bar Mitzvah of Ira. son MrNi rman Giller, ol Ml ami Mrs. Mr i.ml_ Mrs 1'.Saturday T t m |i 11' lenl ;.' : :• %  hen he "," %  ..• foi %  1 Madelei.-.e Tabb Ma eleii ai B fficiati Ii Giiberl dent. ran L ipoman > Ji 1 Center ill • Kan I v', and Mrs n 932S SW l'Uh st. .i 'i' th< %  : Sttvan 'olloek Feb. 17 el Apr.] will offici;l { \ u | srai : .. Centi r. Stevei son attendi R >kw;.y Jun, L y lV anr J .\|r.'.." l'..liocK. c! Rivi N be Bar vah. TO ALL GREETINGS "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON And Associate* Miami Jai Alai Fronton NE 3-3201 IsCTICE BY PUBLICATION IN 'ME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C IL69 WIU. %  M I: UtmSETT, i -i::. AX.--A Ri IfTH m HtSETT, I %  •'. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: 4NNA ROI'TH UORhBTT 1 %  i %  x T 1 %  %  ROJI Ii Do s.-ii, ;ir.herel.y ii.ii'i.-cl 1I1.11 11 I'.niiplHint fur Ul.. i.aI.. • n filed agalnal you, and i. i*ef|tiired to m rve •* copy of 1..ir Answer t-r Pleading to th.* c\m:...ni ..n 11.. Plaintiff's attorni y, .1. |..v..', l.i. i.-i ... : %  •• S.E. Iirsi A\.-.. ii..!ni. l-'li i-ida. ami ill. ih.original .v-. • 1 'lead nu in 1 h. -.t 1 lee of ... 1 • : ni -in 1 "iiculi 1 'oui 1 "11 or ... : 1 !*i '1 da) "i March, IMS, j-i.it ni. ni by deken ifainKi s %  .-i for • mull 1. 11 BUI "i I • • Mi.inn. I • : '. Florida %  %  %  N T r E : 'iC LT COURT OF THE Cl l" AKK HEREBY M iTIPIED thai a Complaint for Divorce haa been f| e.l agatnal you, and you are required to aerve a copy of your An, n\ver ome liar MitzSaturday morning, Frb. 17, pic Kmanu-KI. Dr Irving "i will officiate. ii lebraAl is a seventh uradt Rabbi Morton Malavsky wilJ officiate, and Cantor Louis Cohen will render t"<' liturgy. Firtels are Hosts; Honor Maxine %  m %  rds NflV POLICY I Beginning with February 1.1 here is a service charge for! all Bar Mitzvah nhntnoranhs ent ;it Ida M. Fisher Junior §gh. hcrt' he is on the swimming Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel were He is also the recipient of | hosts at two affairs last weekend in science and mathema in honor of their daughter. Maxine, i who was Bas Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El. with Dr. Irving Lehrman officiating. At the conclusion of the ceremony, a Kiddush-luncheon for over 300 guests followed in the patio, which was decorated for the occasion with floral sprays of lavendar and pink. On Sunday afternoon, a large group of Maxine's friends gathered in the Temple's Sirkin Hall for a teen-age hop. Among guests was Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz, who had just celebrated his Bar Mitzvah. Maxine and Michael both attend the Temple s religious school, and are classmates at the Hebrew Academy. all Bar Mitzvah photographs • appearing in The Jewish .Floridian. Announcements of Bar .Mitzvah celebrations will continue to be published gratis as before. The serviu charge is f o r photoerjfPh.only. Further information %  vajlable from .The Jewish rlfridian business office, >jfcrT.i4 %  \ t/w/cr $ r y RESTAURANTS i'or Fine Footl COMPLETE DINNERS from S1.00 ALSO A LA CARTE MENU There Is Never a Cr.arge for Your Second Cup of Ccttee WE DO CUR OWN BALING FOUR LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU: 1257 W. FLAGLER ST. (NEAR DOWNTOWN) 1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES) 1560 SO. DLXLE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI) 12395 BISCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI) AIR CONDITIONED AMPLE FREE PARKING TO ALL GREETINGS JENKINS TRUCK BROKERAGE Refrigerated Service from Coast to Coast FRUITS VEGETABLES ARTHUR JENKINS 2005 N.W. 13th AVENUE Phone 379-1845 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52845-A \ I:K I:-MI. I WIND REII Z C< ill.v. I MOT CE OF INTF.NTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE \ i: hi alven that we : -,..! i:. i nd I nr I 1 : .' I I %  -K.N "I Tl:l< f WIN I Kit KI > Z ."MX. (1. • -16th th. P.ul. 1 • %  i :' i'-ll .111.1 ; KS ..f lie%  • %  %  • -.-/ I'THE CM U.T COURT OF THE \ CIRCUIT OF y ; N l u S DADE COi. NC H ANCLU • %  Ool XK IN THE I t lull .... %  <, Vnrl r ItSKI • i al. iii. nni NOTICE OF SUIT Til STi •-I l-!N ; viIt-\ BNT \ V\ N I XI IS. IN' II rlila •. in m Hun Vildi vvr l i. n V. H \I:I. in ItirilY \. ITIPIEO that .: gull ha* l II i.ouf hi anln*l i ou ... 1-KXTItAI. >\\INi;s HANK IN Tin: iii"! 'i N i.w VURK. in tha .ii ,.\. -. ni tl.-.: I'OUI I, lo fon %  lose %  > mirth •%  encuniberlna th< following ni un i>ertj, to>v ii l..it -. in Klorh IS., ..i FIRST ADDITION TO SIERRA, according !•• the ulal thereof reci rded In Ptal Booh i pam '".. I-I the public recorda ol i u.i. County, Klo i Togi ih-1 with: ill-: LA '•K Ri fi igerator i;i-: ,i Ml-L Electric Range Venetian Hlinds; u.i > % %  ni 'HI. required to file your an.-.. tlvli th>Clerh ..f the ("Ir.-ult Court .-f i'nil. County, Plordla, at :h, Courthouse in Mia'iii. I ...ii,la. on i before March 19, 196t, anil to serve i i copy of sucn answer upon DAVID P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff! attorney, I whose addreaa is 14th Floor al ii Baal i-'iati.-i Street, Miami M, Florida, on .H before ald date, as reInulred bj the laws of Florida, it fav fail t" do s... the eomplalnl will h,' taken as oonfeaaed by you and a De,-it, Pro Confe'nao lll be entered i^iinst >on f.: the relief demanded in th%  ir.i-hi nt. i'ATi l' niia '.Hi da; >'f February, V.X.J. E ii l.E VTHERMAN, Clerk. .'ii. %  K % %  •' %  'ouTIt) Florida meal) B& \f C IVAI.ARI9 uO Clerk Vll> P %  ii SMA N I MII i ic I lagii i .-•-'i i*k-ajxii



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    Page 14-B fJenisf Fk-rjetton Friday, Febiuciy 16, 195J LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE M D* R FICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  I I %  %  \ N HOME • 1 1ATEI •: K-l %  MILT" iN IN '%  SHELDi 'X l>; %  m j %  11 A pi %  %  F NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY I ilVEX %  b uai n 1 f lr 1 I /)R1UA CHAIR CO., X.W 7"th Street register -..,.1 nan e with rcull C 1 COMF1 iRI R v IXC. la PI .• m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N( >Ti' B I.HEREBY i IlVEX OI.ESALE HARRY, IV \ II CLUB PATIO ill Ki Ulscayni I nan Clerk of thi V. IIiL-ESALE H VRRY IX R1U 1 CH< ifi'HEH I %  .. 1 ISCHBACH ..... A.I .%  • Miami 32 ... IN T,,T C'Rrt T COLP T OC TH( ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. b2C 8.6 RoSI .STEIN, 11.1. -1 >L PIXKI II : NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< >: SOL KiNKELSTEIN I: I10.1 %  I.Z • %  Jamaii •• 32 Xi 1 IR ..: thai 1 1 1 • la'nt fi 1 YOl' ARE RED to > %  • PJ Vnxwei • thi Bill of Com: • %  I'lal til":'? Ittorm-y, BEX EKSEX, ESQ., 14 %  %  '.' Ithe original an ei office of 1!:. Clerk of 1 01 • %  r .'. .!• aull the Hill of 1 taken an %  -' I >A rEII n i: I! LEATHERM \ N %  %  ; Y %  rMmO NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE E-EVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 360 (EATON) JAMES A WELKER JR .-.iff. • M JANE WELKER 1 lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO SARAH JANE WELKER Residi m • L'nknown •, %  ,. 1 B VRAH JAM-: WELKER I %  • by notified thai a Bill < |ni for Dli • : %  %  hat been I %  *.• .1.11 %  Berve py of 0 ir Ans •< r or \ ading to Hie BUI "f I 'oni|i aint on the Plaintiff's attorm -. F E. 1 %  • of ; %  : thardt, 'hi i-ii.AKI 600 Alnsli y B 1 r |d and file the 01 igli al Answei or Pli : before the 12th day of Man h. 1962. II do BO, j i'ii--. mem b will 1 %  taken againsl s %  1 foi he demanded In the Bill l nt. Tics notice shall IM published "n< < h week for four consecutive weekt in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al i-l. 1 thin 2nd day of February, A.I' K 1:. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, 1 ourt, 1 'ade %  "ount> I lorlda (seal) Bj M ''.W.M.AIIIS, 1 leputy Clerk P E. Gotthardt of Gotthardt, • 1. & Khepai -1 41 0 A ill -!• %  % I'.llililing Miami ::: %  l-'la PR J-26f : A101 in > for Plaintiff %  16-23, il 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DAD? COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 545C0-C IX RE WILLIAM H MILLER %  • NOTICE TO CREDITORS %  1 %  -l ':• %  • %  %  .-. %  • eased late of Dad Hull ••I nl !' fht 1 hen will <• %  BY HENRY LEONARD '-, LEGAL NCT CE NOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE I.11 1:1.1 \ 1 inlm Ms undei iht .•• iLCo ii -I •I'll Kls %  \ \\ lei •„ 1 I %  1 ., County, Klor ( iSCAR W \ N SnlRabbi Nubkin and Family Go en Vacation • %  1 • ten .' thi %  II if ill• •:. ted al Miami, Florli BLANCHENECH K B AEx.U!l \ %  %  • .%  %  r Pebruai 15*62 H 1RRY ZCKERXICK V11 orni f 1 Executrix 12 Lin •( In Rd Miami Beai li 2-9-16-3 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that desiring to engage in %  undi : %  thi flctltl .nan • 1 %  • CARLYLE I EACTY S wA IN ii J13 T1 si street, Miami Beach, Florida In;• nds t" regUti r --,i't nami 1 ;\i rk of HiCircuit Ci 111: : I lade County, Ploi MIONUNNE BRET! N SMITH ft HANDLER \-• rneyi for Mignonne Breton, I b .1 IAKI.VI.I-: BEAUTY SAL' -N Bi; Harrj B. Smith 1 26, 2 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1272 v.U.TKI: '• DELOADO, Plaintiff, va. I ERENICE OCHOA DELOADO, 11i. ndant. NOTICE TO APPEAR T'i: BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO Residence L'nknown You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce has been filed againal you In tliabove styled court, and you are required t" serve a copy of your Answer or pleading to the Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney, <:I:0RI:K N MacDONELL, 504 1: is cayne Building, Miami, Florida, and file tluoriginal of the same in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of March, 1S62. if you fail to do so, judgment ly default will be taken against you for Horelief demanded in Hie Bill of Compla int. DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami. 1'ail.County, Florida, tliis .".th day of February, A D. 1962. K li LEATHERMAN Cli rk, Circuit i 'ourt ( %  eal) B] K M I.YMAN. Hi-1'Utv Clerk 2/9-16-2.1. 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1205 MARTHA INEZ <:• 'Mi:/. Plaintiff, \ ANTONII • GOMEZ, I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO \\T< i\l" I'.I'MKZ rou, ANTi iNUl tlj 'Mi:/., are hi reby notified ili.'it A hill ..r < 'omp for I %  ii.. been J'IO d at yi-ii. and you ar< required to si copj nf your Am ei or Pli adli •_ %  to ii,, -,: c.,.i %  %  %  in attorney, ALVIN N WEINSTEIN, M |L? in Miami 82, Plori i n ''ii.-.i I \i, a. Pleading In ih. office ..f th i lerk id tl-. Clrault Com I on or 1 ii ,. oiAMan I 1962, li you t do i t T.i I, li : manded In the 1 n Vi eek for t .%  i onaecul in i ; IK JEW ISli VN. DONE AND ORDERED al M Plo i this 2i il daj of Pebru • \. A.I' i: B LEATHERM W. Clerk i circuit Com i. i 'ad.i "ouni Bj M CAVALARIS, 1 ', puty Clerk 2,9-ltl-. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under t ho fictitious name "f MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE al !".:• North Miami Avenue, Miami. Florida intend t" register sai.i name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of i ladi Count) Florida. LEON SHEINPELD BARNETT PHILLIPS HAROLD GOLDMAN Vttorney f.-r Applli anti L'" s E. 1st Avenue Miami, Florida 2 :-!'-l6-2S IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 54985-C IN RE: Estate of GERTRUDE BMOLEN a k a GERTRUDE SMOLENSK? Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estates You are hereby notified and required to present any claims anil demands which you may have against Hi. estate of GERTRUDE SMOLEN a k %  GERTRUDE SMOLENSK? deceased late of Bade'County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 7SISI.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same will lie barred. Dated at Miami. Honda, this 18th day of January. A.I). 1962. HAROLD MANNAs Administrator ARONOVITZ, SILVER \SCIIER Attorneys for Administrator 101 Alnsle) building 1/26. 2/2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW N. .TICK l!HKHKliY G1VI.X .:-._• %  II B. & R LOUNGE al ; V> -..,. tei Id name with the del f tl l lad. C unt>. Fli LER' IT R HESLIN WILLIAM M. DUNN, JR KrXSI.ER .v GARS -. '.: %  !•.w 1st Stn >.16-! IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No 48809-C IN RE: E tan ol .1' >SEPH WEINSTEIN, I• NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRlBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE i" hereto given that I hav. fill .i my 1 m.,1 is. port and I %  for Distributl n and V ii-.il 1 'Is' harg< aExecutrix ol till estaU of Jof-EPH WEINSTEIN, and iliat on the l-th .l.i\ .f March, 1962, w ply to ihHonorabli Ci inty Judges of I'a.l. County, Florida, for approval ol .i .i Final Report and for dfsti Ih ithin and final dlschargi as Executrix of thi estati I l abi ve-named d< cedent. This I-I'I day of February, I!"'..'. s MARGARET PINE ABxei uii ix of the I Joseph Welnstein, Deceased. MYERS, HEIMAN ; KAPLAN Attorn. j s 1150 S.W. lsi Sir. • t Miami, Florida 2 16-23, LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE UNDER F'CTITIOUS \A.1t LAW SV.TI %  S that %  .%  the -I \\ CLINIC at 10S I i.evard Mlai Pia Itl nil ..--'HI : TRl JANWILL, INC wnei MARX PABER Attorm Al %  ant : 2 2-9 %  IN THE CIRCUIT CCoRT OF --, c ELF.VENTH JUDlC'tL C RCUi" ncll FLORIDA. IN AND 'OR DA|= COUNTY. FLORIDA IN '.HA No. ere ::W VLTER SCtJTT Rl / TTI i HULL '/. I n Ife, I'lii ntlffs, vs. ILAS -I K I : v i UNA I ; It '• : ; .l Ills. NOTICE BVP.il C* TI0I. Ti • i 'i :i. \s i i. MIX A i: KEN" i: d< in I nk yi -i and each • ; thai i ('ui %  'i M--: tgave on • • ISI.n %  M I" H '. ... ...-.Ill •_ %  • •. it-coi'I'd In • Pagi V of lln I Reci.l I ladi %  I.M> I1'-' ,-.-n filed i %  %  i reil to servi %  a I MeadI | I %  %  I'laintlfl itto-rn GOLDSTEIN .•.! %  • Street, Mian %  %  : -. • %  |2th d to do si 111 be filed hgi I in 'hi i \TI:I > mi mi. Frida S'l i i %  .t" 1AR' A' 2-9 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagte in buslnesn under the fictitious name of NATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY ai 7:,:i7 N.W. L'TUI Avenue, II Florida Intends to n said name with the Clerk of t'> i r .nit Court of I ladi County, llorlda. ALEX SAM A i.i' IN, Sole I w 1 ioldsteln AI'acsii i -1 \\ i'.... %  Florida At torn, i foi Registrant 2.2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Vi .'rice is HERKHT OIV EN thai the undersigned, de Iring to engiage In in -, un lei is nami r. %  I B \\ KRE -'I -1 '-I S W I la intends to srlth I he Clcr I CoS Da.i'' • Rll I. BTEELE H. ROBE1 \\ j foi Wllllard i. si. i : %  : -. l Miami, Elorl la 1-16-31 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 834 .!. s. GLEASON, JR as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcei of the United stai-s of America, and his sui %  essora In such offlci. and lii> or their assigns, Plaintiff, vs. BURTON I. WHALIN and ANNA K. WHALIN, hla wife. Defendants NOTICE OF SUIT TO: BURTON I. WHALIN and ANNA K WHALIN', his wife Residence l'nknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought againal you by J. B. GLEASON, lit. as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an officer of the United States of America, and his successors in such office, and his or their assigns. In the above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgaKe encumbering the following described proper! \. to-wtt s l*>t 4. Block 39. REVISED PLAT OF A PORTION ol THE FIRST ADDITION' TO CAROL CITY, according to the plat thereof recorded In Plat Hunk il-i. at page 85, of the public records of Dade County, Florida; ind you are required to file your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.County, Florida, at the Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or before February 26, 1962, and to serve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P, CATSMAN, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is llth Floor al 1"! Ea-i Flagler Street, Miami ::j. Florida, on or before said date, as required by II" laws uf Florida If you fail to do so, the complaint will be taken as confessed by you and a Decrei i 'i II i lonfi sao w ill be i against you for the relief demanded in the compla Int DATED ihis 24th day of January, 1962. B. B LEATHERM v N ci. rk "f the Circuit Court l lade "ounty, llorlda. (seal) Us M CAVAL MtlS. I >' puTy i Mi-rk ||\V]|| P, CATSMAN i uii lloor at : >1 E. I lagler si Miami 32, Florida 1 26, -' .'-9-lfi IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54993B iN RE r •.-• Nil; BRl ITHERS • NOTICE TO CREDITORS "ri || nd All I'ei • I ; %  • ... .! %  --:.. %  Against Said "i •. i.i < bj ii. tlfh 'l %  • .vhlch thi estate of FANNIE BROTHERS di .. %  d lati ol Da le County, l.-i Ida, to the County Judges -•! Dade ml fi:.the sami In thi Count; i ISI In i a unty, Florida, within six calnths fmni the dat< of the fii st • %  ib li ai Ion hi r< '•:. oi I hi same • i red HENRY I Al Tl R KITH i-ACT' IR loldn an, ioldsteln 6 Pai z • Attoi nej s I W Flag!) r St, Miami, Fl.c nia .. s i-i-2a NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" eng business under the fictitious name ..: NASH N BLIXSK1. I'A at Tl • %  %  .V\ f.2nd Avenue, South Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade • 'ounty, Florida. NORMAN .NASH. M D. MAURICE lll.l.NSKI. M D. IRVING .1. GOTTLIEB Attorney for Nash A.Bllnakl, P.A, 1 26, J 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER F'CTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that thi %  de*liLng to i ii-'ac In i • %  i lilllng. cult I I %  nn i oH EN c 1102 int. -II i I" n CI ik of thi .' inty, Flori la IRVING WALTM \ N \LBERT N. CI >HF" 1/26, 2/2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 835 J S GLEASON, .lit as Administrator of Veterans Affairs, an officer of tic United States of America, and his successors in such office, and his or their assigns. Plaintiff, vs. JOHN D MARX and ESTHER It. MARKS, his wife. Defendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JOHN D. MARX and ESTHER R. MARKS, his wife Residence l'nknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought against you by .1. s. GLEASON, lit as Administrator of Veteran* Vffalrs, an Officer of the United States of America, and Ins scissors in such office, and his or their assigns, in the above-entitled Court, to fui. close a mortgage encumbering t h e following described pi operty, to-wlt: l.oi 23, islnck I, of WEbTWOOD LAKE, according to the plat thereof, recorded In i'lat Hook r,7. at page 29, "f the public records of Lade County, Florida; and you are required to file your answer with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad. County, Florida, at the Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or before February 26, 1962, and to Berve a copy of such answer upon DAVID P CATS .MAN. Plaintiff's attorney, whose address Is I ith Flooi at i"l East Flagler Street, Miami S2, Florida, on or b< i'ii • %  a Id date, quired by the laws of Florida, If you fail to do so. ih.complaint will i... taken ai confessed b> you and a Decree Pro Confesso will be entered against you fur the relief demanded In the complaint. DATED Uii -lib day "i January, 1I! LEATHERM \ N Clerk of the Circuit Court i nd.i lount). Florida. eal) Bl M CAV vLARIS, Deputy Cl.-rk DAVID P. CATSMAN Mth Floor at 101 i: Flagler St. M ami --. Florida l J... 1 J-9-16 i: B LEATHl I %  eal) By: M. i UtlH i'. put: %  • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEI ELEVENTH JUDIC *• L CIRCUIT 0! FLORIDA IN AND 'OR DADE COUNTY. IN C-ANCERY, No. 62C 309 MARTHA J. MINOR. tiff, \ s. %  :s C MINI R, 1 'efcndnnt NOTICE BY PUELICATION I \ > I !' i M' Vi • • 23 N. i learborn %  I Philadelphia, Penm Ivai I YOU ARE HERE! V S ITIFIED I ., Bill of Complaint for Divi.n filed against you nd Yl d' UtB| HEREBY REQU1R1 %  I %  ve B Answer '' %  the Bill i nlaint on the Plalnl Attorm HEN ESSEN, ESQ 1"! I s. Building. Miami S2 Fli rlda. an I It thi "i Iginal answi r in the %  .".rk of ihCln ill Cou fon March 12th, I9i. In rti I whuh the Hill of '"' %  iplaint will taken as confeased against >"J Dati d Pebruai) 61 l*2 i: Q LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Curt. I idl ,i,r I I-...1, BVS K M I.YMAN. Deputy cleik 2 ii-if. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0l' IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, No. 55142 A IN RE: Estate of BEN .lACi IW1TZ I lereasi d NOTICE TO CREDITORS •;v All Creditors and Ml l %  ins claims m Demai dAgainst Estate: You are hereby nol i • d and • ed i" present an) claln and dem %  which Noil may have ugainst thi late of BEN JAi I W1TZ di late of Dad.County, Florida, to County Judges "f Di li County, ii flli the sam. in dupl %  ate and -. ..led iii Section 1 %  Ploi • i ai.s, in their offices In the I Courthouse In Dad.County. Flm within si\ calendar months from tl time of the first publication lo-i%  or the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, til day of February, A 1 1 1962. SARAH .1AcoWIT'/ As Executrix First publication ol this notice j the '.'Hi day of February. 19*2. Publish once a week for four consecutive weeks in The Jewu llorldian C.oldman. iloldstein & Paciicr Attorneys f..r Executrix 2302 W.st Flagler street Miami, Florida. 2 !•-1 6-2n. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1319 HELEN ANNETTE Mi ELWEE, Plaintiff, \ s ii ISEPH McELWEE, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO. JOSEPH Ml ELWI E, a.M Sergeant Serial No AI #AP 12028151 464th Supply Squadron Box 187 Pope Air Fop • %  Bl Si N Cat II. .li iSEI'll Mi ELWEE. an otlfled ih'i a Hill of Coinp Yc by f..r Divorce has been filed you. and you a r e requlfed to sei opj uf your Answ.r or Pleadh the Bill of Complaint on thi P in s attorned RICHMl iND S HER, ine Lincoln R >a< Miami Beach 89, Florida, and original Anwei or Pleading office ..I tb. ci, rk of the %  %  ..II .. i fore the 9th March if you fall I" bj default Will ai-ailol vo'i ''.• ll in tinBUI of Complaint. This noli., shall be published .. ,, li u ... k foi four cms. i 'Hi\ % %  wei In THE, .IK 11 i M IAN DONE AND ORDERED al M Florida, thi 71 •< • of Pebruai A.D. 196 R n |,l THERM VN. Clerk Circuit Coio Dade County. Florin' (seal) !' %  K M I.YMAN. i 'eputy Clerk RICHMOND FARBBR By: Donald Parber AH. u-n. j s foi Plaintiff „ 2/9-16-2:1, Bui ii, ii • %  da: bi ib in.i



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    Friday %  \ %  %  %  av February 16. 1962 ^ fj&nislh Flkiriidliiar Page 15-3 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER ,, \AMt LAW •VL | : vv OIVBN %  • lltloUH name Ol ,• JOS I • %  I I h Fin Ids II with the t-l-rh ., I ade C .-. IN'". ;. I nl .-. as, Si i • • %  ::-.\: & SCHER • Vpts ( • 2113 I 26, 2/2-9 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE l_NOE = ;g iAME LAW I i %  '• I • • • • %  • 1 %  %  %  %  ;. .AH NOTICE UNDER -TITIOUS NAME LAW 1 lilVEN ... in In % %  < %  %  %  %  fictitious iiain%  >: ; %  s .ii SSI 0 Tolcd. ili _. i].,i da Inten I naiiu with the CUi n of I %  .. %  ... Co i GILBERT KEN8 Al. VN I' SENS IRWIN ISAKKR I/. SILVER & SCHER \ %  .'i. A| %  II II i i-jna 1 2 2 •-'•' %  • %  ).' i UNOEfl F.C 3 US NAME LAV\ I tl %  : %  VZA Si tnl N.E. 1 Sorth Mia nty. ... % %  • %  : Si \;~ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ter 2-0722 Acts of 1941 PILE NO A-20492 IS HEIIEHY tllVEN \\ ..'. %  hollIlT "f •'• ,-.•: %  t. No. 17-1 I May, V.D. 19 thai • ii • il has N TH e C RCUIT COUR"" OTME ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCL ~ OF F 1.0R O • N N D F 0 ? DAOC CO.N"" N CMANC6RV, % } i2C 855 \ .' iK.tl SA BANK Plain • %  • Fl'GATE, ht> ALENAND I %  %  !• -n la NOTICE OF St ;•. i VLEXAN IR WEISS 11 •. • %  • Phil %  I. P-nns % % %  %  • • IN THE CIRCl T :0LRTOFTHE ENTH JUDICIAL CRCU'T OF FLORIDA N -NJ O R D A O E COL NT\ CHA NCFRY. No. .:c -. : i S SANK NOTTCE OF SU T' IX AH %  %  I %  IT A 1. ZA' Co. his M '^ '• • n ... y ,.,.• %  • • al the • I is the the Judicial '"' %  : i | n i,. -., at) to foi e, in .. %  .-i %  he I dlowing I • %  %  i eal l)i >peTtj : • PINE TREE MAN.: -Til -N THREE curding i %  %  • tl %  In I In I .... i |' lilli I ii H-ntj v I" i %  '. with luldal %  • Washer, %  ] ,. %  i. Refrigerator • > mi an ll l"i 'l'h the thi iii 'mil t. nnd .. v.. .,-,•, the • i • 'ii p alntlfrs MARTIN I INE, I "ii Floor I g, Miami ".-'. not Pit-1 Mai i-li % %  >, l'"'-. ., i .... .. IT Conl -i ill be : igaingl >u Dated I n > I i : K I! LE VTHERMAN, Clerk. • I-'I in Bj M CAV \' VRIS i... MARTIN FINE .n || %  %  i.f \i %  I M i H • %  ii .-. .Mi in, deed In '•• I*| ivi Iflcati' em full i i i; di -. ribi tl i -.,.,• \ ..i l Mil. .Stati %  i %  i 11 %  %  i in ili, i'...ml %  Ida i i.l iiropei i> mi,-ulfkaii %  • the i" Ewing ••. Kathi lm it< nhall be I ding to law, the prop.,, lieiein will !'• %  --"l'i '" 1.1, i :,l 111.' I'I.III I II" -. -i M..IU1M\ in the month r.i-.j. iii. li iithe "'Hi da} •;iih da} of January'. I! I.EATHEUMAN, ;, HI i "|i. ill i".iin i. de i 'uunt> Florida |t> R. M l.KKIM.K. t>eput) ri.ik I 2-9-16-2:1 I ifi-: V • in : ; • %  | %  iini %  i • ; 1ST AI '"• %  : %  • % %  : %  %  %  lutred I lie } %  • ill • mpl iini Clfrh %  •' th • afore aid % %  %  • %  ,,., | %  .: Building, Ml iml S! hlorida than Mai ,,,• ., 11. .•• Pro C "i • -%  • '-i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DMUH COUNTY. IM CHANCERY. No. 62C 1498 ANNIE M. K \ I \ ES I'lalnl Iff, \ w Hi >\VARI> \ IN!:.-. I lefenil ml SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl Iii >\\ Alii \ ~ You. Howard Vines it...t Mi.ii .i I'omplalnl for Divorce hus I.", n filed .r...i a-yu I. ami >"ii are i eiiulred to serve .i i up} • %  %  %  Ai'sw. ; or I '!.• idlng i" i he %  Plaintiff's attorney, -l David l.i.l.m in, 2ii s K I'II-I Avenui Ml ami, Klorida, and file the original AnBWCI oi I'leading i" the offli • hi Cli rk of the Circuit Pom I un I>I %  ton in. 19th .1 II of March, 191 II v .ii fill :.. do so, judgment I'} will be taken agamal you foi the relief demanded In the Hill "f Complaint IMI.M-: AM %  ORDERED .ii Miami, I i..1 Ida. iliii-'iii da} ol Eehi uar> A Ii 1962 E. is. LEATHERM VN, I '! %  i k. i-li. un Com i. I lade fount} Klorida CraI) B} : K. M. I.YUAN I >eputy Clei k .1. DAVID I.1EP.MAN LM s E Ural Ave. Miami, Ilorid i Mtornei for Plaintiff 2 16-23, 3 2_-9 IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1051 THE \\ 11 .1.1 \ MSI :l K< :l I SAVINtiS BANK, !• ail ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vjenisti fforfeffan solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service al legal rates Dial FR 3-1005 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE 11' i al, R i ..•ii',-' you Dated lanuar} -" %  I'*''B I! l.l'.A ["HERMAN Clerk it the Chi nil '' '" ,. E H. LAN WAT. I leputy Clerk M Ml i-'.N KINK Attorney for 1'laintlff mil Elooi I'.'i" P "" Bulldtng Miami 12, rlorl la • i, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ASO FOR DADF COIIN-rv. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 656 EtaiKV \TER SHSNS and I \\H'.\'. i sl.VNN. I' RALPH UOBISINS. SKI PPT \"i:'.' % %  \ MI:I. Ai'i.Ki:. MI ri'HKi.i. :il, Mi H.LY Hi IRNE and i K II VI PER, I'. %  lunis NOTICE OF SUIT PH III IMRINH | House Apartmei • .,'.". '..ii'iiAl i ( %  .• i Bi ach, hlorida \i HELL P MILLER V HORXE : ". I ..I keS VV :"-•" %  i li Strei hlorida V NORMAN ,'ii.l\ snk LotinRi rk Ai • ii"-' I Beach Pirn Ida v II KREBY XI • 'I'llI EB i ii In nUKhl nuiiinI %  tt VTER SPINS and I \ MEM \ S \'. plaiirtlffa, i" fon low i '. MI %  % %  partlculai 1} di the Complaint filed In I li. M M. .i.l bers the follow Hi, i r i ..|,,-.i i ail uati 'l nty, Florida, to-wlt i %  ••• ft ..I the s so ft "I OCEAN I'H' 'NT AMENDKH I • Book %  Paees : and H, (|, f l • "!• Count} i k '.i 2206 I'ark Ai enur, leh, Fl In, being the •. ,i. scribed in thai • from I 'ark Avenue Real!} %  : .i. ii. Halper, rm orde i n h Mil.', r.i and aomel %  :ibeing in i ii 'in l ""' if. 2, al Page I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 656 I:I:I:\\ AVKP SPINS and i AMI:.-' M-'.I.YNN. pi ili • RALPH ROBBINS, SKIPPY NORMAN, MELADLER MITCHELL p MILLER. MOLLY H 'i'.NK KLi iRENCE HALPER, "" %  N OTICE OF SUIT PT> >RENi 'E HAI PER 11 Riverside I'" %  K ISI \ %  rtment I" C New Turk, N Y .... 1 >| ARE HEREBY N" % %  • -. R SICNs i MoOLYNN %  ; T' r and you i i % %  file your Answer with Un 'lerk :. i i'..uit and to s • ..i ..n plaintiffs' atl • '"• %  inn !• %  ribe I pi I ert} situj.1 : : • .-, • ... f[ft VN n •%  :'• |KI rds %  x certa Deed I Rralti '.•.' %  H :. land ferred %  ,.. ....,.• .. I you a rouri ind I i •• ,,• % %  \; •.. EINTRA %  .v v v ISTO ; Bu,w NOTICE BY PUB'.iCATlON IN THE C'RCU T COtl" OF THF. ELEVENTH JLDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORiO* 'N AND c OR DADE COUNTN IN C-ANCERY. Ni 62C 3'5 •H MI : '•'• • %  W %  I • nd.int SUIT FOR OI\ ORCE f %  Rl >RERT s W i • Addreas I'nknow n y.i %  BOBERT s WOOD an hi • ... notified thai i I '.ill of '•"">l'l:i>" ... Dlvon-e hus I 1 -' 1 •"; %  ll %  i, ,.,.;. ;,„,( you are reu ilred tn JJJ-ve i bopv of your Answer or Pleading lo the" Bill "f ''"'•'''' %  ""',""„"'•':'.,,'",,; Iffs attorne} James •> Mc\'lfh. .1'sv Elagler Street. Miami SB, Florida ,n,l file Hioriginal A"-*'*' 0 !" ?"." in the office of the ;'i.-rk ..f the < cult fourt on or before the 2h day of February, 1962. >"" ,: "' :'. i,.!,M..n' 'defaull will be taken gainst you for the relief demanded in th.Rill of t'nm#iini. ln Thfs not shall be published once each week for four """"J !" wwl1 in THE JEWISH PU>RIDIAN. DONE \NI' ORDERED at Miami. Florida. Q this 84th day ol January, A D K"P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk circuit Court, Dade I'ounty. Florida (seal) B} M CAVALARI8 i ..;.!;• lerk JAMES J McVEIGH \" -"••• i" Law .,. \\ Fl iglei -• Miami, Fla. t ••> foi Plal ._,_,,.,,., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that ... IIld r a|gne.l lesli % to engage In .• \ N vP.i'l IS Ri 'EB I > al '-j X '• • KIT II PATTERSON, 1 trfendants NOTICE OF SUIT Tl i K IT II I' VTTERSI IN. and mm • li 'I li'-i unknow n spn ISI If alive or if dead, hi awn heirs, devisees, legatees, grantee*, assignees, llenors, ci editors, ti ustees ami 'II parties hai Ing or claiming i" have any right, title ..r Interesl In the pi opei t} desci ii" 'I herein Y'.M .iihereby notified that the aboi %  i aptloned action has i • n in stituted against you In the Clrj Court "f ili" Judicial Circuit "f Flor|da in and roi l>ade Count} to foreclose a ii" rtgage upon the following described real propert} : Lot 6, Block 103 Third Addition i" Carol Clt> according '" tbr Plal thereof recorded In Plal Book %  • al p nKr |i3 ,,f the Public Records of Dade County, Florida. Yon are required t" fil" your answer i" plaintiff's complaint with the Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plalntm attorney MARTIN KINK 14th Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 32. Florida, not later than warcn % %  1962. or :, Decree Pro Confesso will ientered agnlnal you. Dated: January :i", 1962. K. P.. LEATHERMAN Clerk of ili.Circuit Court 1S ,. ;1 1, By: K M. LYMAN. Deputy Clerk MARTIN FINE Vttornei for Plainilff nth Floor Dade Federal Building Miami 32. Florida a,,.,.,,^ i Dix hi %  ~ 'Uth Miami ln.. Dade Ri iBER Ni ,., .... ~ %  %  own %  : > v ... I letlt EON A. 1 VI a"}' f"r A 120 I.ii" oln Road .,. ., ., ,,_,,.. I., -.i of III" nerve • IIv AI.BKR'I I. WEINTRAl'B & A I* 1 CRISTt il„ "I' S.-.iiriiv TrtlHl R M il 32, Florida n..i later than da.i of Mai Mb. 1962, in di I i which ~.iiil Complain) "ill be tnkei ill I bj v mi. I'.VTED al Miami, Dade Countv. 1 Ida %  lisl lai ..( .1 inuar}. 1962 i: B. LEATHERMAN CU : i, ..f Hi. i 'Ircull Court (seali IP, K M l.YMAN. i inn 'lerk 1 2-9-16-21 lorlda not lal h said Complali ill bi Pad his :'.'iii da} ol January, E B BATHERM VN Hri lit l 'ourt Bj K H LANWAY, i iputy '" %  • rk „ S 9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tiiundersigned, doirinc to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOME8TEAD TRAVEL AGENCY at uwo N. Ki .*i>.wo. Homestead, 1 intends to register said name with ih. Clerk of the Circuit Courl of i %  ni, County, i'i..i "in BEATRICE PB8KOE pi"'; owner I t-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'in undersigned, desiring i" engage In ti siness under the fictitious names of WESTOVER VPARTMENTS; WEST •JVER ARMS APARTMENTS: THE KKTi IVER al nisi Collins Avi v un Beai ii. Florida Inti nds • •! nami with the i' Circuit i ..in i ol i 'mi" '' mnt} I I ii Ida WESTOVER I:I:AI.IY SHAPIRi i ,<: FRIED, I.M.'S • n I. in...In K. I.. Ml Attorne] s for V Realty Coi IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE, NO. MO-C IN RE Bstate "f SAMUEL HROWN. ""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ creditors and All Persons Having ctetn %  ot Demands Against Bald fo ^r-> hereby notified and rrautred to preaent •">• oiaims and demands which you ma} ha % %  •• %  < "" st She estate of SAMUEL BROWN, de...... | late Ol at. .I.'S'PH County. ndtana, I %  the County Judges ol Dad Counts and file the -anuin duplicate ,,,„, u provided in l Sl ';"'"' !" l fhlorida statutes, in their on i in h .. ,.., : ... Courthous. li Dade • ounPlorlda, within six calendat months from the time of the first f, "i the same will .. ALAN It KErtSLER ..v nor, %  vnnexi itlca on %  I NOTCH UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NO ,,', is HEREB1 C.IVEN that derslgned Ing to engage In ICH BAR • 'I >>; N ,. hlorida Intend to ; .... flerk of %  "" Dade • %  Ity. BERKE : M HI'TS'lN FRIEDM W.v VPIRO ( .rnevs for Al : : ,; j.;. ,'...,.16 I NOTICE BY'OUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. NO S2C r LER< II M VO.N Plaintiff. Ki./.Kl. \\ MAOON, Defendant _„„ SUIT FOR DIVORCE in: IP C/.KI. U MAi 'ON Vddress I'nkonw n Ynu ROZEL W MACON are hereby notified that a Bill "f Complalnl f,',r Divorce lias been filed agalnsl you, and vou are reouii-il to jerve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Hill ol Complaint 'ii the Flajntiifs attorney. S. VINCENT PALL, III. 638 N K rj'.tli Street. North Mluni. Florida and file the original An(wer or l'lcadinit in the office of the cierk of tinCircuit Court on or before Hi--'"Hi da} "f February, I"*-;r \,.ii fad i" 'i" so, Judgment b} default win be taken agal'ist you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once eacn wei msecuti\-e weeks In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN. PONE VND %  "RDERED at Miami. Florida, this lth da} of January. A I >. i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk, By B ii LANWAY, | .. s VINCENT I'M • %  North Mian Atton NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under 11>fictitious oamr oi THE BUI M at Dade County. Florida Intends i.. register said name with the Clerk "f the Clrcull Courl "i twde Count}. i-'l"i Ida SEABOARD GENERAL • ORP i.i I '.ii" are l "orp %  Sol. 'iiin :' I. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 588 EVELYN I. AT" .1 A KKKK. Plaintiff, vs. .p ISEPH M lAI'lKB, Defendant, SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOSEPH M. I AIM BE :'.;. I N. Cleveland Memphis, Tennessee You .li ISEPH M. IA Fh BE ate h< i %  •io notified Hi il a Bill "' ''"' : for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you, nnd you an required to • copj of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complalnl n the Plaint Iff, attorney. DERMER. ROSEN & MOFSKY, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami •'|..ri'la and file tin Pleading ii ili' of the Clrcull Coi ri n m 23rd day of Fehi uar> IS62 to do so. judgmi nl by debe taken agalnsl >".i for demanded In the Bill "i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE NO. 52244 Notice Is I" rebj given thai Nathaniel w S egel IIOMI r as assmne • of in, ol Miami Tax Bah Certlfii ite Nun,I.. "I 1126, dated the 1st day i .In,,,, A l • i'"'". has filed said i ertiricate in in} office, and has made application f"i tax deed to i thereon In accordanc. with law S %  ..,,,, C ati embrace. th. rpllowlng described property, situated In Dad* i -ount}. I lorlda, lo-w 11 s %  ,' of W 71 l."t l" Home Bubdivision Plat Book H Page 121 li the Clt> "i Miami, Count} "i Dade State of Floi ids The assessment of said propert} ur.,1,.,. th, %  llfli ate ""I was n the name of Cnknown l*nl< s said C. i Hfl, ate shall Iredeemed accordli „ | n tax deed will Issue then ,,„ th 7th .1""I' March. A D 1962 l lated this -'."ili da} f Jan i l B LEATHERMAN, Clerk "i Clrcull 'ui t, I i u de i "OIII 1} Florida ,-.:,l, II i: M I.KKPKR. I ii I.IIIV Clerk IN THE COUNTY JUDGE Z COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. No. 55C23-B DOWLING S WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND ""NOT'ICE TO CREDITORS To MI Creditors and All Persons hta> %  Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Saw E8 You, and h of you are hereby ,„„!,,.,, ,, n ,i required to.J"t W claims and demands which you. or either of you ma} have against. ,.,.,,. „f WILLIAM HENRI RJ< • %  M,,N,, deceased late ol Dade Cpunt>. Florida, i" "'•• Honorable County 'judges "f Dade County, and file the i ni,. in in. II office, in the Cwmty Courthouse In Dad. County. "oriAa, within -iv calendar months from tne date of infirst publication hereof. s.i.i claims '" demands to .-..ntain fhe legal addresi of th. claimant and ,.,'. ivrnn to and preaented as aforesaid, or sam. will be. barred. See s...ii.iii 7S3 16 "i 'I" 91.. Probat. A. t. S, Datrd Januan -'•'""• A %  ', ,MI EILEEN RICHMOND \> Administratrix of the Estate ol WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND. i.. ,i~. .1 2 :•-!•16-2:; IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55163-A IN RE Estate of BESSIE KAIIN. ''"NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors All P< rsons Having ci., n i %  ""''^ '~ : '•' : her. %  • ""' %  ,.,l |„ presenl an} claims and d. mands wh ch you may ha v. *" th. estate %  ( C" ss %  Kal.n .1 s d i,,,. ,., %  Dad. County. Florida, to the Counn Judges ol Dad. County, and file li." -i !>'


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    Creation Date:
    February 16, 1962

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    Began in 1927?
    Dates or Sequential Designation:
    -v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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    Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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    The Jewish Floridian
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    Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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    Miami, Fla
    Creation Date:
    February 16, 1962

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    Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
    Genre:
    newspaper   ( sobekcm )
    newspaper   ( marcgt )
    Spatial Coverage:
    United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

    Notes

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

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    University of Florida
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    "ejewish Floridian
    - -
    Number 7
    Combining 7HI WISH UNITY end 1HI 1MISH WEEKLY
    -'Icrrii. FlorJoc. Friday. Februcrv 16. 1SE2
    Thzec Sect.cns Price l.T.
    srael Assures Country on Devaluation Effect

    REPORT BY F.'EW YORK TIMES N\W
    Diplomats Tag Nikits
    For Anti-Semitism
    In Soviet Union Today
    VORK JTA '
    , -. iti( atm -pi.-r'
    i p< r.ly in the So-
    :. its directly to So-
    ier Nikita Khrushchev.
    . report <>n the situ-
    ,T -ws in Ru>.-ia pub-
    Sew York Times
    The report was by Har-
    ury, former Moscow
    of the newspaper.
    returned from the Soviet
    ( he made an extens
    11 surgence of anti-
    .: ;ht country.
    % that "anti-Semitism is
    -hi ir-.- its ugly face" in
    . -pecially in the rural
    . : the Ukraine and in some
    i. | l< issia and the Molda-
    i< .Mr Salisbury rt
    '':.' diplomats (in Moscow)
    Rothberg Award
    Sours Hebrew
    Univ. Conclave

    ay i it's testii
    Rot hberi
    i
    nal i o!
    i : th< He-
    a ol j, rusa .
    hotel
    g. a founder ol th<
    cf Ecoi
    bccii Sciences of th< Hel
    > < mb< r i i the
    i : itti ai d na-
    Vmericai
    Recer.tlj elected m
    -: chairmai for Stati I
    I Bonds, he ha.- served
    believe a prir->e fae'er in the cre-
    c' :r\ cf an c'-rssphere c* per-
    misi ve anti-Semitism is insensi-
    tivi'y en the Jewish question by
    Prerritr Khrushchev. The Se-
    Cen'ir.uec en Pa^e '.it
    Pound Three to the Dollar;
    Loan and Mortgage Holders
    To be Given 'Compensation'
    /.UUASiJOCK COMA!
    ,.. princ'po : -.ii-kt-
    2,000 Leaders Expected
    At Israel Bond Conference
    Sff SIC. C PAGES 1 I
    With lb< official opening of th<
    drivj ir Miami ntxt weekend. Americi
    I. c-

    launch a massive effort to dramal
    populatihsj i( vasl Negei desert thai occupies more -.hap hi
    totai area of the State of Israel.
    !n kee] ins ';h the occasion. the
    1962 inaugural conierenct will RECOG^.'I^OW
    South Florida an impres-
    .,;. of national leaders 11
    Jewrym< n am i mer
    bv< I een the backbi na
    i Israel in North Amend
    ..-: two decades
    Feetured will be the celebra-
    tion of the 70th birthday of Edd.e
    Car.tor, who has been in the fore-
    front ef many major activities
    for Israel in the United States for
    more than 30 years.
    Arabs Must See
    Light ~ Bowies
    JTA A: :.--
    Go
    ar. of Los Angeles
    : :. ".. : F
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    ; .

    Loir. 1 "
    Ir : r.< '
    . .i '.hi
    ra -
    epay menl '
    ane-thir I n.. for thi in-
    _-. .. the Isn value ol
    SUCH I atici
    planni
    A soi! ment Authority sa.d that enter-
    p-ises ac-.roved by the govern-
    n-e-.t will retain the privrl'-,*s
    hey now en';ey. Thesa include
    exerrp.ion from customs dufias
    -.- -iported ec,ulpn-r' and tsm
    materials for n initial ne'iod
    rid frcm i.-.;e'"e taxes arii local
    -i-*s fir ti-.e first five years of
    operation c: the enterpr isc For-
    _-. in/estors in Isr . = z 3 -cr ed at the sharp irv
    creese in tha rate cf excr-.c-ge
    ; = ::- c?-> la! tramfars.
    -
    :. are ncv eins.
    chai : fere is.
    -. ikol this w
    - ; :.. conoi
    Israel's p<
    . | r ram lasl I
    Israi I poi
    Quiz German
    Vets on Six
    Million Figure
    \\ JTAlA rii'h! wing G
    ... veterans publication -
    .. -, this -week in it.> current
    at number ol 6.0OO.I
    Jewisl v ictims of I
    highlj exaggerated
    \dmittinf that "unfortunate"
    reds i thousands of Je
    i bi-monthly "D
    . zeitung" declared
    . ai cl< Ti e Tr u t h Abo
    schw tl at a large numi
    : Pi -1 a d Russian Jews d:
    .. v n killed in war
    ti n
    hunger in So\
    .
    . I --""-
    Ce-,;--.'es o- cct i-L
    :. sfia under unbearable work
    di ioi during the war.
    "The population of Israel t:
    day encompasses 2,000,000 H
    compa-ed with 200,000 baton
    rha war, and therefore not ii
    many Jews could have bee-
    murdered as Jewish statistician-1
    c'aim," the Soldatemeitung say;
    Continued from Page 3-A
    : .-. ;bi ( nference pn gram .-
    - -. Kit tribute t< Car
    that the goal of thi
    dim er i? the sa!<
    lota of $15,001 000 to launch tn<
    -.( which m u s t product
    500.000 in Bond sales for :i<2.
    Th attainment of this objtct:\t
    c*.n : ffi ...... -: ,ht
    Vral : '-
    . .- r I sti :
    : this statement 1 :h<
    .
    here. He e; asizsd mat
    Senate Bars Construction
    For Campus Faith Facilities
    Continued on Page 11-A
    (-.,-: nc< major sourci of velopment capital for Israel.
    ck Bern > who ha- been close);
    identified with Israel Bonds, will
    bead thf entertainment program
    dedicated to Cantors birthday.
    c lineup of ncted celebrities wb<
    I will come to Miami lor the
    - dudes Edward G I. binsoi
    Centipued on P9 't*

    :. | '
    He a so expresied 'he epiniofl
    tha- in such situation! as 'he
    t Eb't impass* it mght
    be best to pjt the conflict "on
    ire-' jn; find o'her ways to- the ;o sides *o work together.
    He er-a;nec *at if ocret ints
    Continued on Pige 7-A
    WASHINGTON JTA I Tl
    SenaU ... i' cn"
    ferencc committee wit
    this week a < lege i provid-
    ng ; : struction l< ans oi which
    t. i the
    fu] sed to 1 uil( fac li-
    lies fo i struction orj
    wi rship.
    author!;

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    UJA Opens With $19f3(T3f000
    gin. ci*r
    . cited for risiefl
    SI V IRKtJTA T
    w,d, Jewish Appea
    lj launched its :ski2 cam] aigi
    . : Jewish leadi -

    e large!
    ... i r ;i
    i ade.
    -' i
    ed gifts pli
    wen made i JA s natk i
    .. vei
    MM Warburg. UJ>
    Distr il
    - ear's UJ^
    . as unable tc be
    ecausi ess.
    *aring sum Warburg ha ed 'he
    sha-ply increased giving to U:A ;
    Specia1 Fund "This year s start-
    ing ivrr ire odes g'fts to 'he Spe-
    cial Fund cf over 55 percent
    more than the total given by the
    same contributors to UJA in
    1961/ he s-jted Wha' was
    c :ts here snoi d se've as s"1
    indies' (Ml -' ho great th needs
    seres required a conference c -
    mittee ti resolve the differem -
    : thi vi til .. the Senate rejected in
    , endmi I, offered by Sen. San
    E vin. North Carolina Democrn.
    ii would have barred any
    : the bill to all private
    church-supported colleges. The
    imunity Relations Ad-
    > Council had sent a telegra 'i
    s, urging such i
    i
    At the the same time, President
    Kennedy sent an omnibus S5.70D.-
    000,000 Federal aid to education
    measure to Congress, in which
    he again asked for funds for pub-
    c and secondary classroom con-
    struction and teachers salaries.
    As he did last year in asking for
    simi.ar funds, the President In-
    I ited that Constitutional provis-
    ions bar'ed allocation of such
    funds to parochial and other pn-
    .a'e schools.
    n, led
    h bi gged the
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    Friday, February 16, 1962
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    Page 3-A
    Dr. Sacks Opens Brandeis Univ. Lecture Series
    :*. I. ftllTON SACKS
    INP Leaders Off
    o New York
    Leon J. Ell, president of the Jew-
    k ; \at al Fun i Of Greater Mi
    t am unced this week that a
    [elegation of local leaders will
    pave ii New York to discuss plans
    | establishment of a Mi-
    Jmi-spoi red city in the Negev of
    irael.
    Joining Ell on the trip will be
    hbbi .yer Abramowitz. presi-
    dent ol the JNF Southeastern re-
    Is.i:: I Irving Lehrman, chair-
    hail hi :he Foundation for Jewish
    jiationa Fund, Johan L. Berman.
    Lvmai >enbaum. Sol Goldman,
    j. Greenhouse, Dr. Zev W.
    I an (1 Julius Rosenstein.
    occasion, the local group
    Mil alsc attend a B'nai Zion testi-
    . the Waldorf Astoria in
    I i lendel N. Fisher, recent-
    |retiri' leader of the Jewish Na-
    n'.al 1 (I of America for the past
    years.
    launching of the new city
    - gev by the JNF Council
    lere wil take place at an inaugur-
    I 'Hi Mar 11 at the Fon-
    jDiiiebU. hotel.
    German War
    Vets Quizzed
    Ccr-inued from Page 1-A
    In another article., the periodical
    qL'estiored the authenticity of
    Nari atrocity pictures.
    Dr li'vink van Dam, secretary-
    neral : the Central Council of
    ii German) Irew attention
    wee'fi to the violently anti-.
    'ior" of numerous read- ',
    lett printed in West Ger-
    tan m: gazines and illustrated |
    spapi [n art article in the
    iirrent -sue of the Allegeroeine
    ichenzeitung der Juden in Deut-
    .'hland. the leading Jewish paper
    VVesl Germany, Dr. van Dam
    ' I'M ssed suspicion that such
    Sen tic persons were behind
    ' anti-German letters that re-
    fitly iu pean I te press, bear-
    - typically Jewish signatures
    I Shrinks Piles
    Without Surgery
    Stops Itch-Relieves Pain
    NewYork,N.Y.(Special)-Forth
    first time science has found a new
    hi aling substance with the aston-
    ishing ability to shrink hemor-
    ' ids, stop rectal itch and to
    relieve painwithout surgery.
    In case after case, while gently
    relieving pain, actual reduction
    (shrinkage) took place.
    Most amazing of all results
    Were o thorough that sufferers
    {nade astonishing statements like
    Pilea have ceased to be a
    problem!"
    I In secret is a new healing sub-
    stance pf a world-famous research
    institute.
    This substance is now available
    In suppository or ointment form
    under the name Preparation U*.
    At all drug counters.
    The Brandeis University Club of
    Create:- Miami will sponsor for the
    third consecutive year o series of
    lectures by Brandeis University
    faculty members Dr S'a ley
    Frehling, president of the group,
    this week announced the first of
    the seri s on Mond i> Feb 26.
    8:15 p.m., at the Algiers hotel.
    Lecturer is Brande's as-> ite
    professor ol politics. Dr. I Milton
    Sacks, whose tonic will b "M->'or
    Problems of American Far Eas-
    tern Policy."
    Dr. Sacks is an e x p e r t on
    Southeast Asia and Africa. He
    received the MA degree in gov-
    ernment from Yale University
    in 1952, where he studied as a
    Cowles Fellow, and the PhD
    from Yale in I960. His back-
    ground includes service with
    Military Intelligence in India
    and an assignment with the Far
    Eastern division o> the Office of
    Intellvnence and Research, De-
    partment of State.
    There will be two additional
    Brandeis lectures in the current iraduate School fcr Advanced
    series On Mar. 26". the lecturer Studi s in Social Well
    will be Dr. Leonard W.*Levy, asso- The lectures are open to mem-
    i in .; facultj and dean ol >,ers ,,i the local Brandeis I niver
    the Graduate School. On May 28. sity Club, as well as members ol
    the speaker will be Prof. Robert Brandeis University Women's
    Morns, associate professor oi com- Committee, Miami Beach and Mi-
    munit) p a Florence Heller ami chapters, and ihe i guests.
    Farband Exec To Appear Here
    A reception and parlor meeting
    will be held in honor of Jacob Katz-
    man on Friday evening at the home
    ol Mr. and Mrs. M Chomitz, 4458
    Sheridan ave., Miami Beach.
    Katzman is associate general sec-
    retary of Farband. tihe Labor Zion-
    i< Order. He has served in the
    movement in various executive ca-
    pacities since 1932.
    Katzman ha been national sec-
    retary of the Young Poale Zion Al-
    liance-Habonim, and executive sec-
    retary of the Labor Zionist Organ-
    ization of American-Poale Zion.
    He served for three and a half
    years on the editorial s'aff of the
    Boston edition of the Jewish
    Daily Forward and later as cable
    ecitor of the Jewish Telegraphic
    Agency. He was for several years
    an associate editor of the Recon-
    structionist Magazine.
    During World War II. Katzman
    served as a lay chaplain with the
    Armed Forces in the European
    Theatre.

    JACOB KATZMAN
    with the Lebediker Branch w
    held Thursday evening, Feb.
    Ihe Normandy Isle Branch of
    Following the Friday meeting
    here, there will be a Monday after-
    noon session with Katzman and all
    Farband branches here at 842 wgton Federal Saving- ai
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    Friday; February 16. 1962
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    SHARtll m MAJOR ADDRISS
    UJA Launches 62 Drive
    With $19,303,000 Tally
    Continued from Pa?e 1*
    . *rd an inspiring exampl* of
    ;-i spirit in which Ihey must be
    r I' '
    \ -;. Fund is a SJo.-
    . which is being sougn:
    r ( ver and above" the
    . tloi ors make
    ,ia, campaign goal ol
    . pi rpi -i' i- to finance
    n ;.i increased immigration
    - ., I rael and i ther lands.
    Share!!, tdrmer Prime
    s ir ol Israel and chairman ol
    . i-h Agency, who was one ol
    c,pal speakers al the din-
    ,, the 300 Jev ish leadi rs
    i rovision ol h-.lp to to-
    . immigrants is the responsi-
    . ol both :hc Israeli people n
    . ol the free world, particu-
    ... tii United States.
    ci ol H-- who have visite
    ain centers ol assembly of
    pecs no on their way 10 Israel
    -.. ->nl .. deeply stirring, power
    ii dramatic spectacle." he said.
    > saw their people on the
    no longer helpless and con
    , knocking haphazardly al any
    and linding most doors closed.
    n oving towards an historic des
    - The era of aimless drift
    i wish history" has ended."
    : i Israel statesman stressed
    hi tbe immigrants now going to
    Israel "realize they arc in tor a dif-
    ficult phase ol a aptation to new
    ondiiions, new ways ol life, new
    serial patterns, and that they will
    have to exert themselves to it." He
    added that the reward ol those who
    help them, "will be recognition 'ha:
    thanks to their far-sighted generosi-
    ty, tin present chances ot rescue
    en lot missed
    Gen. Chaim Henog, another
    principal p;aker of the evening,
    arj former Chief of In'eilige.-xe
    of the Israel Defense Forces, tctd
    the gathering that Israel's peo-
    ple are today struggling to re-
    ceive, house and absorb one of
    the largest immigrations since
    their country's first years. He
    c'eclared Israel's citizens will wel-
    come every immigrant who
    comes, no matter what sacrifices
    this might entail, but that the
    help of American Jews and UJA
    in absorbing the newcomers is
    "crucial."
    "Israel is witnessing an immi-
    gration explosion." Gen. Hereof!
    said. "II we had been offered the
    i I portunity to save even one MU
    during the Nazi disaster, we would
    have made any sacrifice But then
    it was impossible. Today. Provid-
    ence has given us a rare oppcr-
    unity to help. And those on the
    move beg us not to forget those
    they left behind. The responsihih-
    Recently-mstollec oliicers oi Kneseth Is:cei
    Congregation are front row (left 1c right Rabbi
    David Lehriield, spiritual leader; Louis Dublin,
    president; Ccnlor Abrchcm Seif: end Mcx
    Hecht. third vice president. Reci ere Milton
    Kahn. treasurer; Philip Weiss, second vice
    president; Max Lippmcn. first vice president
    Samuel Weiner. financial secretory. Not
    shewn ;s Samuel Goldberg, recording secre-
    tary. Also installed were David Etsenstein,
    chairmen oi the board e: trustee*. Joseph Ned
    !er. co-chairman, and Joseph Bader. M: c
    Beer, Abe Dlatt, I. B. Eisenstein, Louis Eise.v
    r.;e-.r.. Ely Gechman. I. Goldberg. Jacob Goc:-
    man, Harry Halperin. Joseph Halperin. E;-
    ward Horowitz, Harry Knobler. Samuel Ls.'-
    r.er. Rev. David Paul. Leon Gottlieb, Lou s
    Plancky, Benjamin Pokotilow, Harry Rose '
    Eddie Hosenrr.an. Isidor Ruppert. Hy Samsc
    Morris Schccter, Joseph Shadowitz, Abe She :
    iron, George Simon. Harry Weiss, Benjam. .
    Weissman, beerd members.
    1\ for them is both ycur! bb< rs
    in Israel."
    Gen. Lucius D. Clay, personal
    representative ol President Kn
    nedy in Berlin and former Com-'
    mander-in-Chiel of the l'-S. Armed
    Forces in Europe, urged in a taped
    message that UJA supporters do
    til that is possible tc speed the
    resettlement .; Joday's immigrai is
    t< :.t< lands. Gen. Clay was to
    have spoken at th< o.nmr hul was
    kept in Benin by tr.t prt.s>ure ot
    events there.
    .An award was presented to the
    General m absentia, honnnng him
    lor his "compassionate aid and un-
    derstanding" to the 200,00(1 Jewish
    displaced persons in the U.S. z -
    ol occupied Germany when he \ is
    military commander there, in 1
    49. It consisted of a copy of ; ie
    first Jewish daily prayerb >Ss
    printed in Germany in the p '.-
    Hitler years, and was contained
    a walnut box mounted wl.ti a sii
    plaque.

    Senate Bars
    Funds for Faith
    Sites on Campus
    Continued from Page 1-A
    mmittec last year where
    Congrt sslonal experts
    . : a similar struggle over
    v ministration bill and a
    mi The elemental
    01 darj public schools would
    -: 001 ,000 :n Federal
    . year period
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    poses
    - commenting on the tele-
    Lewis Weinstein, NCRAC
    > rman, observed that the ex-
    :- .e committee had reserved
    i further stuiy the question
    'ether scholarships and certain
    if lit indirect forms of Federal
    'e-e consorMnt with the gen-
    position against the use of
    Pit lie funds for the support of
    irj-itutions under religious con-
    :
    -i noted tha; the Union ol
    It x Jewish Congregations ot
    ' erica, on< ol the six national
    mi >r agencies of the NCRAC,
    hi.i abstained on the vote in the
    'Xt'Cutive committee. The mem-
    1' h.p of the NCRAC includes also
    ' \nnricean Jewish Congress.
    ' Labor Committee. Jewish
    '' Veterans. Union of American
    .\ Congregations and the I'ni-
    igui ol America, in addi-
    6] Jewish community c in
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    When, in the 1860b Abraham Jonas was
    practicing law around Quincy, Illinois,
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    1aon of the country. And at th< nominating
    convention of I860, again with Abraham
    Jonas- help, the man who was to become
    one ol our greatest president! this time
    won the nomination.
    5 their earliest day! i l stal
    legit stun I I the i -.- Li: tde his
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    fjfnist fhrkUan
    Friday, Tebjycsy 13, 1962
    Page 6-A_______________________ '""
    Israel Assures Country on Devaluation Effect
    i .-. i_. ~* ,. Inm well
    Continued from Page 1-A
    000 budget
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    Ba'kir.g and nnanciai circles
    IhTai -:.' this reek I
    govei.....s am of a
    n,., licj is "welcome"
    in dollars or tied to the value ol
    the dollar.
    Foreign excha traders n New
    York say then ha i been practic-
    ally no i. i ansa< ons in
    I al the special caoinei a atrm Israeli pounds ii is country. They
    there the new poiicj was 0mj could su] cur ncj at also say there sr.i kelihood
    I AhduLAvodah abstained on iu riW t,, r: > i asized change in that
    lhal Israel's
    world markets. However, the
    f.scal circles felt, the re*l effect
    a;'irn ''',';.^L'tv"^8 Esr-ko" ic> obli i rael or sales ti
    ji \iTl temmrri' ffif- w :~ and there w as they are d nat in U.S dollars,
    .... .on. ,- .m.
    Abdul was ;-:-..-. Bonds i practically all |.....ses m Is.
    . aro pi rj
    i;,-; jny ..a:o iKrHMl t *
    ? rat;ona! i-roduc-
    ti< tsioe
    j. j iratl s industry op
    a eomf ve basis.
    .
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    :ng their si
    7ru Na'ional Religious Party
    rcved the new policy. The
    Party not only approved
    t:ie policy b.i calleJ it a sojnd
    :.? tew ard imprw ing the
    . ,-.. w Both ex rarr.e
    partial tha rigM-wing Hcru'
    and Commuoista, will re-
    .- scale debase =r !'ie
    ,-.ev. .: .he Knesset.
    Isra* value its
    full
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    :. Ii -ai statcmt
    Hit; rut. I Is
    .if La nsi i Sunday dc al al on a< u '; b< ti
    . .. employers soon ports nsive thus serving
    illowi ce in as .. mi ans I i itun l" pr< teel
    union contri is Then is a clause for Israeli industry, il as poii
    .- the acre nl Iween the lout. The International Monetary
    :::\Z" Manu:a i Vssn and the trade Fund serves in a regulatory role
    < e '- Z u" union, providi: for such a discus- in helping to naturalize exchang.
    ;: :';&? ;ion ne Id rates...... foreign members
    ., toward devaluation ol bedevalued ,,-, Kew York, banking circles
    the pound. Now that the exchange Political activity was rite among noted that the move was a step to-
    rate has been fixed and unified, all parties in Israel as a result ot ward convertibility, but said lull
    these circles held, the step should the announcement of the new pol-1convertibility would have to await
    ht.p increase investments in Is- jCy. The Mapam Party central
    rat1 committee meeting at Kibbutz
    Merhavia, declared itsell staunch-
    ly i,pp. sed to the new policy, an-
    nouncing it will move in-the Knes-
    set tor 3 motion ol nor.-ocnluii-rce
    in the gove rnmi nl
    Bankers feel that the plan will
    acnieve its goal if a general price
    increase can be averted or
    at least postponed, and if the
    price* increases can be held to
    small sums. Financial experts
    ff-e feel that Israel can now
    F-* itself in a good position to
    compete with rh? European mar-
    Ufs and actually participate in
    Mapam leaders were in touch
    with leaders of Ahdut Avodah. an-
    other left-wing party which, un-
    like Mapam. is a member of the
    coalition government. It is under
    Announce Way To ffeip
    Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities
    Without Discomfort
    New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to
    drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve
    congestion and its painful pressure
    New York. X. Y. (Special)
    A i.:.' uncement has been made
    of a new tablet development
    which has the remarkable abil-
    ity to help drain clogged sinus
    cavities and thus relieve con-
    gestion and pressure. The head-
    aches, pressure pains, stuffed-up
    head, nasal drip, clogged breath-
    ing all the unrelenting symp-
    toms the sinus sufferer knows
    > well are attacked directly
    by improving drainage of the
    ainus areas.
    Most remarkable of all is the
    fact that tnis is accomplished
    With extraordinary spied and
    w.thout discomfort of any kind.
    Tl.is new t;. t does its remark-
    able work internally, through
    the blood stream. It deposits
    r i very drop of blood plasma
    fc new medication which is car-
    ried to the inus area, where it
    shrinks the swollen doors to the
    sinus cavities and helps drain
    away the pain-causing pressure
    and congestion.
    The shrinking substance in
    this new tablet has been so suc-
    cessful topically in promoting
    drainage of the sinus cavities
    that it is r.ow prescribed more
    widely by doctors than any ma-
    terial for this purpose. This new
    medication is now available at
    drug counters without the need
    for a prescription under the
    name. Dristan* Tablets. Dristan
    Tablets can be used with assur-
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    causing pressure and congest ion
    of all the Einus cavities, relieve
    pain and distress. Remember,
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    MARVIN BOSTIN
    Sinai Names
    New Associate
    J. Gerald Lewis, president of Mt.
    Sinai Hospital, has announced the
    appointment of Marvin J. Bostin
    as associate director cf the hos-
    pital.
    Bcstin becan his duties officially i
    on Feb. 1. and will servi as associ-
    ate to Samuel Gertner. executive
    direct' i
    B(j-.;n come.- to Mt. Sinai from
    Long Island Jewish Hospital. New-
    Hyde Park. NY. when he i as
    assistant ministrator for the
    pa.-t two yef
    He holds ;i Masters degree oi
    Science in Hospital Administration
    from Columbia University, and is
    a membt r of the American College
    1 Ho-pual Administrators.
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    Jewi-h War Veteran delej
    from throughout the Southeast' rn
    Unit) I States will meet here Sun-
    day. Feb 25. for the organizal
    regional conference.
    Theodore Brooks, of Long Is-
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    *Jenisti ricridHain
    Page 7-A
    .esdersliip Dinner Nudges CJA Drive
    S7C0GC0 as Comay Speaks Here
    851

    rs iter Mianti's Jev ; New Horizons which are the theme cf the L96?
    je vnl.
    ' iti rlcana hotel for the annual lea 'ship dinner
    h:i announced pledges wrti the cam-
    ,i : .i: tsroo,o>o9
    rational and
    ,, e the Greater
    ition,
    leaders were
    . success"
    llv us
    "to
    thairw
    reiTie""
    \ht fir
    to in
    have 7
    th
    r the : ices in
    m to see
    aepi -." L so ii snid.
    ol ur resi
    .- ire and more
    n ea'lrfl i "' '' '' ''! affairs
    ' ,l -' t ct the
    ;.'.'c: Miami Jewish Federation,
    : I the group that "Federation is
    he symbol of the heart ind soul
    : our .fi*wi>h community. Ii is
    te organization through which
    leopte a I over !he world, anil here
    at home, are beinn served and are
    being helped because you and I
    caw enough to help."
    Ambassador Mich 3 el Comay,
    permanent representative of Israel
    n the t'nited .Nations, was guest
    h rrner, said the >f honor at the leadership dinner.
    . :i. taW not only for He described the increasing im-
    Bl tin l< raised, but mir:mt absorption problem in Is-
    ' i- ; nrl
    -. uses of the i%2
    -e e" ': wa-dsrfu1, run-
    ?rt," si i CJA csmoa n
    cr\ Ca srvsr.s. "&ut let's
    sr frit W% iot a start,
    r if s s*H a long way to
    . h lir. Mow is lbs time
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    rael. and described his nation as
    the "only stable, democratic friend
    the United States has in the Mid-
    dle Bast."
    "Israel has now become a posi-
    tive and constructive influence in
    a large number of the new coun-
    tries of Asia and Africa," Comay
    aid. pointing out that tlie-;e small-
    t nations now hold a majority of
    votes in the United Nations.
    "Hundreds of Israeli experts
    and technicians are at work in
    more than 20 Afro-Asian coun-
    tries," Comay said. "They are
    helping these new rations in
    such fle'ds as hsalth, educat:on,
    agriculture ard science. And
    more than 1,000 students from
    these new natiors come to Is-
    raeli institutions each yar to
    study these subjects."
    As a result, Coma> -aid. Israel
    is playing n major role in making
    these new, underdeveloped coun-
    tries into friends of the Free World.
    Describing the increasing How
    of immigrants into Israel. Comay
    pointed out thai through taxation.
    Israel itself pays two-thirds of the
    costs of resettling these reiugees.
    'Israel has licked for good the
    age-old problem ol the homeless
    Jew.'- he concluded.
    The announcement of pledges
    was presided over by Sam Blank.
    Carl Weinkle. Cal Kovens, and
    Sam I.evenson.
    Guesl soloist for the event was
    Mrs. Fmil Morton.
    Mrs. Morton will also be fea-
    tured entertainer at the CJA Wom-
    en's Division luncheon for the New
    Horizons campaign on Monday at
    the Eden Hoc hotel Dr. Joseph
    R. Narot, spiritual leader of Tem-
    ple Israel, will give the invocation,
    Leadership dinner at the Americana on Sunday drew many ot
    Greater Miami's outstanding community leaders. Left to right
    are Samuel N. Friedlar.d, Emil Morton, and Joseph Lipton.
    More Liberal Visiting Hours
    Ml. Sinai Hospital announced
    Wednesday that beginning Feb. 20
    h more liberal policy concerning
    visiting hours for patients will be
    put into effect. The ne.v hours will
    include visitation to patients be-
    ginning at 11 a.m.. and ending at 8
    p.m.. daily.
    Exceptions to this new policy will
    include specific restrictions in the
    maternity area and pediatrics,
    which are now in effect
    Samuel Corner, executive ilirec-
    toi ol Mi. Sinai, said that "it was
    agreed to enter into this new policy
    on an experimental basis so that
    patients in the hospital might feel
    even more at home during their
    stay." He added, however, that
    the ho.-pitai administration hopas
    that the public will coopera'e in
    not making visits to patients cover
    too long a period of time, and that
    the public will police itself so that
    no patient will have more than two
    \ isitors at any one time.
    "it is always our policy." Gert
    net said, "to consider the we iro
    ol the patient and hi> health above
    :i!l else With this in mind, aid
    with Ihe approval of the me i sal
    board, we have agreed to enter in-
    to this experimental pi"
    AT THE BANQUET
    Stan.?-/ C. Myers (center!, founding president of the Greater
    Micas:' Jewish Federation, discusses the New Horizons cam-
    paigr with Mr. and Mrs. David Catsman.
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    most
    cherished
    whisky..
    To Mayvinim,
    Ernes* Janis (left), co-host of the reception for Ambassador
    Michcel Comay, chats with Bernard Stevens.

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    *Jeisl.ftcridiar
    Friday. February 16. 1962
    .-cge

    NEW Hi
    MIAMI ATTORNEYS GATHER TO AID DRIVE
    Judge Cypen
    Piays Host
    To Legal Unit
    .
    ' ayor Kenneth 0!^
    - eels wilh CJA Chci
    r airm3r of the Prof
    chairman of me Attorneys Division.
    ma '; Covens center and Leon Kaplan,
    ssiona! C
    !ton A. Epstein (le
    ,'jdge Kaiold Spaet
    ght).
    ft) discusses Attorneys Division plans with
    honorary chairman, and David P. Catsman
    m
    -
    -
    law;
    r iolidl
    i '
    i irryii t the I
    CJA division- the attorneys
    pledged contributions averaging
    30 percent over the contributions
    pledged last year
    Dr Irving Lehrman outlined
    the needs )l the community to
    the attorneys calling for growing
    participation to meet the de-
    mand, ot > i.-i-..;i 4 metropolitan
    area.
    Honorarj chairmen of the At-
    irnej D >n are SI a) Attor-
    ney Ftichai : ierstein and Judge
    Harold Spaet. Ass ciate chair-
    men :" ;|
    Traurig, I Sta Spieler
    - Ar-
    ' F ikes
    rank
    L
    - '
    ' -
    aig
    Horel Division members above are (left to right) Abe Chin
    WiPiam Silversrein. judge Joseph Morris, chairman, and
    f i'nmin.
    [VI*I,
    Jao

    s
    //embers of the Hotel Division met last v.'iek to continue
    efforts -'or the 1952 Combin J --per' Left to
    i i J..-- Joseph ''.- chairman; Joseph P.ose co-chaii
    i-a conmit:c= members Sam Lachman and Joseph Dal!^-
    ' i
    LVonien s on.-
    avnpaian
    ...dge Irving Cypen (left), host at the Attorneys Division dinner,
    :: ats with Nathaniel Klein.
    MRS. JACK ABUN
    MRS. EM!t_ MORTON
    The r.en's 1 n u
    1962 ... ;h Ipp
    '. !w H >rizons I
    ! Eden P
    , rd:ng to Mrs J ick V

    Mrs Inez Ki i I "
    ''. i D vision
    c rchairm t. he
    II ah ark the B Mitt
    Year "of d and a
    ment" for Mrs v o began
    he.- work with the ibined J
    ish Appeal n 1949
    Dr. Joseph P.. Karat will be
    princi ial ik : with Mrs. Em;l
    Morton as cali I The Invoca-
    ti in nrill be le it -. I by Mrs.
    Samuei Simonhoff. Martha
    pres : :!:.! >f i ime Pas i
    ion Greats, and music will
    by the Arne 3arnett orchestra.
    Ch i : hostesses I ir >.
    event are Mrs. Sam Blank. Mr-.
    Leo Chaikin and Mrs. Arnold
    Seeder. Chairman of Captains
    of the Day is Mrs. Samuel L;p-
    charge itions
    Mri William Brertnei
    >. Ail
    - i.-:- irs ;-..;,.
    . : I
    '-. '-. Vblin. !
    Johnson
    - '' -.:.-
    5a i irk Mi B Blum Mr*
    i: Br n Mrs. J Car-
    Mr' \ i Casset: M
    i haikin ':' Varo
    Mrs Mrs
    in Mi larles P
    ' ibi rg VI \ c Fine. Mrs
    '> K Fink. Mrs SI u
    Mr< Sa nuel N I
    i I. Mrs Charles G iger, Mrs.
    B Gla'ser. Mrs. A. I.
    kman. Mr- G >org (', ildberg
    ' i E. Goldman, Mrs.
    ' A G '-' Mrs. Nathan
    imenick, Mr- S J Halperin,
    * J Mir-.- Mrs Mark L.

    Mrs Isidore Hecht. Mrs. Leon
    S. Jacobs, M.-,. PnjJip 5. Isaaai,
    .' liter K r 1 hner Mrs
    ky, Mr- s. Ine>
    nson.
    0 Levi M urn .
    Mi J iseph VI Lip)
    Mrs Sam I
    \.'. Manson Mrs \ H
    Mrs A I. Mo
    I. m M '
    Mi M ix 1 rrovita, Mrs
    Phillips, Mi 1. 1 R
    Mr seph R ise. Mrs -
    Rost, Mrs. Herm 1
    Dan B Ruskin Mrs Leop
    S : artz, Mrs S dr.. > Sc
    Mrs v- old ler, Mrs
    Weitl n, Mrs S : Silverman '
    Samuel Sim in 1 iff, Mrs ''
    l> Singer, Mrs Milton S
    Mrs. Benjamin Smerlig. Mrs
    eph Stein. Mrs. Alex StraOS '
    Carl busskjnd. Mrs. Phi'; "
    Warshaw, Mrs. Carl W
    Mrs. Leonard Wien, MM
    mer Wien, Mrs Louis F W
    ion, Mrs. Harry Vagi*, Mr^. M-"'
    die Zaban.


    Friday. February 16. 1962
    >Jew's/ fhridfi&r?
    Page 9-fl
    Combined Jewish
    Recaption re :o- Ambassador Mi-.hael Coir.ay just before the M. and Mrs. A. J. Hirris. Ambassador and Mrs. Michael Comay,
    ,dership [promt in the Americana Hatel found these Greater and Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad,
    '.ami le*dn greeting guests. Left to right a e Ernest Janis,
    award Kane e:r. chairman of the 1962 Combined Jewish
    :oeals Campaign Committee, is shown talking with Judge
    bert Dubb center) and Daniel Dubbin.
    CJA Chairman Cat Kovens (left) discusses campaign plans with
    Leonard Rosen and Sam Levenson (right), who served as Lead-
    ership Dinner chairman.
    Leaders' Dinner
    Continue; Brisk
    CJAppeal Pace
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    on till of
    :
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    keep

    tl ..- top
    ,1.1
    Pie ere anna ch
    put current ei
    thi >~
    : I ?eal
    ol .. i mil a md
    abi id. and that l
    ' '''.
    , iO'.tlC
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    settling the- -
    coi tii -
    for a probli m
    !el in hist ir
    He sound.'1 a .'
    when he .--aicl: "Israel ha-
    for good the ag< l I
    the hi n.i less Jew."
    a v.
    id
    lj
    l-
    I
    :
    al
    ii
    sd
    lem o'
    A. J. Harr;j (;afr>, president of the Greater .
    ami Jewish Federation, chats with Ambassador man C.I Kovens (right.
    Mi- Comay, Mrs. Comay, and CJA Campaign Chair-
    Dinner Chairman Sam C. Levenson presided over leadership
    event at the Americana Hotel. J


    ?cge 10-A
    rjenistfkrrtiir
    Friday. February 18. 1962
    Pages From
    My Diary
    By MAX ISSNE*
    I 2,000 Expected at Bond Meeting
    MONDAY- :
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    '-
    .
    -.
    ......
    ii

    .
    Vet. ii I not do I
    ... i Osada hi e not i irlj
    i :1k airport 1900 art Jin Hagertj thai
    . --.ii two natl '.': and that tl estranged
    , tfM thai and guar':- the nati n
    II .- the fean and d< exploited by the Communist
    ar / ers of the mobile anti-American youth squadron
    at Osada bn thej have something else a- '.'.ell
    T~ .- rOU get a Ik oi components in these rebels ith a
    i have broken their old sens* ..... i ant to
    ,. ... r con mitment what :- (rape is -hat they
    , e robot ed in an 'inho!> -aj ics ruth-
    d a- -h<- militarist evei
    TUESDAY- :
    I note that a nui columnisl friends ha
    tnor learnu ......
    , bet I id i hina All it s is
    the split
    entei
    f the ni isn
    everal reasons One is t
    r operatii t of sev<

    iter leewa; n the politics
    e against Commun : ir.
    a- a where n the past t
    ,,,-,. \ : ror a while the time when the
    ,,... Com -"on- rfnee the I now
    t atom n gi tting them
    But tax biggest reason is -pelled out in the recent easit if the
    tensions between Amenta and Ru--ia This easing has been slight
    doubtless temporary, but it is nonetheless real I am no Soviet
    MJTt, but my guess is that Khrushchev has bought time by winning a
    or over the Chinese and their allies in the intramural quarrel over
    Ihi use of nuclear war a.s a Communist weapon and he mut use this
    time to settle his bigger quarrel with the U S. before he ha> to turn
    back and confront a China "cum" bomb.
    Continued treea Peoe TA
    [tt-iH 11 7-xker Bad

    npal speakers a; :he Btrth-
    eduled for Saturday
    I M at the ftoBUiae-
    - Eric A John,
    ! the Motion Picture
    :a ar.d former Pres-
    r -peoal Ambas-
    - -. Middle East and Am
    unay Israel's
    perm aneni rei .-".'-.-

    ;jres of la-
    pete in
    he threi nee are Abra-
    Samuel
    -:.: .-..-:. chair-
    . ;..-. J Schwartz, vice
    ': 1-:. Peel
    man f the i -" rial '' >mei
    hers.
    Diseasing the special impor-
    tance of this year's cempaio".
    Boyar, national chairman of Trus-
    tees, declared that "we must fol-
    low the ptan submitted to us by
    Prime Minister Ben-Gurion and
    Finance Minister Eshkot to roll
    nnl of the 1962 campaign in id Motor* in 1961. providing
    We will be meeting in an a", >ST^4JW lor every phase of I*
    - sphere of optimism because 1 ael's economic development. Dr.
    rael Bonds had the biggest >ear Schwarti said______________
    :-
    WEDNESDAY -
    Who would dart- denj "hat actions count far more than words?
    Y-- a.- we get some perspective on the Pun-a del Este conference, it
    provi ''.ai the lamen erly ha---.
    with which it ei riant than its acts
    The heart of whal the conferei agreed on. uith on be dis-
    -. i.ng vas thai the Cuban regime has made itself 'incompatible"
    v -h the system of unity of the Americas True th< >< of "in-
    < npatibility" came not from the U.S. but from several of the "inde-
    ; ident" delegat All th>- better for that reason sinci il now
    puts to th<- governments ol the big three "independents the question of
    > al each of them proposes to 'I"
    The resolution oi incompatibility t t of i una
    i m the organs of the OAS tl inference
    ' ision Quite rightly the action in carrying il out will now have to
    di tend on whal each countrj dares do in the lighl ol its internal
    ti sion
    Thu- f,.r two members have I <'"n heard from, the U S. and Argen-
    tina. One has acted, the other reacted We now see why President
    Kennedy was right to wail before he applied a total ban on trade with
    < iba. despite the blaring editorials from unthinking editors Mad it
    < ut earlier it would ha' beei ta Jed as unilateral: coming now. it Foftv-N'mCfi fO /Hccf
    <.mes as a response ti thi OAS resolution, and while Castro under-
    -. ndably declaims ana: Other head of state can take exception
    t<- it.
    fllM SLATED
    T Eddie Cantor Story"
    Mured m the latr
    television stati< -
    WT\ J I h 4. next Tuesday
    15 p m The
    b ite the
    erei I St al
    lends r

    back the desert in the great un-
    populated triangle of the Negev.
    Israel Bone's gives us the oppor-
    tunity to be pioneers in building
    housing for immigrants, in estab-
    lishing new towns, in construct-
    ing the great Jordan River irri-
    gation system, in extending tne
    railroad from Beersheba to
    Elath, in developing the port of
    Elath, and in financing the con-
    struction of the new harbor t*
    Ashdodall of the development
    projects required to breath new
    life into a forgotten part of Is-
    rael."
    Dr. Schwartz emphasized that
    Israel's increased immigration in
    ent months makes it imperative
    to hasten the development program
    for the N'egev to give the new-
    comers the means of establishing
    themselves on a self sustaining
    "Israel Bond funds must
    estal industrial plants in
    this n gion to provide jobs for the
    ers as well as for the young-
    generation of Israelis now reach-
    orking age.'" he declared.
    More than 2.000 delegates from
    various parts of the United States
    and Canada will participate in the
    THURSDAY -
    Is there an army of World War I buff' in the making? We have
    n overrun for years by the i\il War buffs, and I gather that there
    leerei cells of American Revolutionary War buff- scattered around
    nation flov 'he hurt of brilliance with which liarbara W Tuch-
    i .in's book about 1011 appear- The 'Ions of August' Macmillani
    and the -al of acceptance that greet it make me guess that World
    I .r I will be giving the American Civil War a tiff I impctitive run.
    Mrs Turhman book i- so good crackling, witty com pi
    i odlng 'hat the Pulitzer Committee ought to c. Ta
    discard i>- silly rule which limits the history rize '
    wrican history. A historian like Bruce Cat ton am j bi igi i]
    . id Donald deservedly are counted by this role, r :t a I like
    '. Tucbman, who deal- with the vast ipread add
    let continent of E iropt icounted perforci !! w isolationist
    get?
    I mention Bruce Catton and Barbara Tuchmai
    both of them write movingly about wars, b I because they are
    h non-academic! I should have said "amateur if the w<
    - m easil} misundi Th-y are not fled line- or putterers
    i' their job; thej devote all their energy to it an- b ng of
    nd and a wisdom of heart aboui it. In that sens hey are pros They
    amateurs in the sense 'ha' 'hey don't make ;. vine teaching what
    y get a chance to write during their years leave I write
    i tside the academies, not because they teach hiatory but they
    , e It.
    rorty Niners of Temple Emanu-
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    of the Temple to attend a meeting
    Sunday evening. 7:30 p.m.. in Sir-
    kin Hall. Irving Schatzman is
    pre-idem of the organization.
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    Friday. February 16. 1962
    JlBWisD fkridiairi
    Page 11-A
    Nlaimonides to be Discussed
    "Moses Maimonides Greati -'
    Ic of the Middle Ages and
    Greatest <>i the Medieval Phil<>-
    Reproduction of Balfour Declaration
    To be Presented to Founders of Campus
    Parchment reproductions of the Shapiro. Herbert Baumgard andjPneJ"s" ui" bv lhc '"P'1' '>' :
    Balfour Declaration of 1917 will Abramowitz, on the board of the Abraham Wolfson on Wednesi
    be presented to members of the south Florida Division of the evening at the home of Dr. Mor -
    Socket} ol Founder- of the Ne AmewcarW- rwnds. Schor.
    Campus (ii the Hebrew University -------------- --------------------
    ol Jerusi lem on Sunday night at
    the Scopus Vward Dinner honoring
    Samuel Rothberg.
    The Earl of Balfour, who flew
    hen fron Scot land ( =pi t ially t<>
    national cot Cerenci
    the A : Fi iends the He-
    brew i ersity, h iil pn sent I
    ions :.' the ina -
    corldwide ci
    45th a arj of the
    Taking reservations for Sunday night's Scopus Award testi-
    monial dinner to Samuel Rothberg are (left to right) Louis Rud-
    nick, Jack S. Popick, William Bornstein and Bernard Katz.
    ick, president of the South Florida Division of the Amer-
    .:-. Friends of the Hebrew University o: Jerusalem, is co-
    wman of this weekend's national conference of the Amer-
    Lcan Friends at the Americana. Rudnick national vice pres-
    ident of the ZOA. Bernstein, former Israel Bond chairman ol
    Washington, D.C., and Katz are members c: the board of
    electors.
    Rothberg Award Will
    Highlight Univ. Meet
    first i our
    knot hei
    11 'i i :. ance in
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    ---,-. temples I e b r e w
    Sabl ath.
    A resolution proclaiming thi.-
    nd as Hebnw I niversity
    h .i- passe i unanimously
    last mn tin i I thi Greater
    Miami R; inical Assn., accord
    ing to Rabbis Morton Malavsk>
    M a v e r Abramowitz, Rabbi
    Malavsky is president of the as-
    sociation, and Rabbi Abramowitz
    its ofiicer with the Hebrew I'm
    i rsity.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will give
    the invocation at Sunday night's
    dinner. The spiritual leader ot
    Temple Emanu-EI recently was
    elected to the national council of
    the American Friends oi the He-
    brew University, He serves, a Ions
    with Rabbis l.eon Kronish. Norman
    Continued from Page I-A
    ; me capacity tor the United Jew-
    is h Appeal.
    The dynamic Illinois business-
    man has pioneered the field of
    private investment in Israel,
    serving as first and only presi-
    dent of Israel Investors Corpor-
    ation. Congratulatory messages
    from leaders throughout the Uni-
    ted States and Israel have been
    (lowing in to conference chair-
    man, Judge Louis E. Levmthal,
    of Philadelphia.
    Rothbt rg will be host i
    i,i-: Frida) morning at
    I Fi ntaini b i an hot
    i ral i'i the nat ional eader-
    the American Friends will partici
    I. .1 \::. : g them ill bt I 'I
    (i Ross, chairman ol the
    i soph M. Mazer, treasurer: and
    Leonard Ratner, vice president
    ( nfi rence co-chairmen slated I
    participate are .lack S. Popick, "i
    M.ami; David Borowit?. ol Chica
    c Philip Lown, ol Boston; and
    V dor M. Carter, u! Los Angeles
    Dr. George S. Wise of Mexico
    and the Karl of Balfour will be th<
    principal speakers at Sunday eve-
    n Ig's dinner, at which Rothb. rg
    will receive the coveted 1962 Sco-
    pus Award. The recognition is the
    highest hich the A m e r i c a n
    Friends can bestow, with Mi '.<
    il.. i n!y p:c-. ious recipient.
    The visil here of Lord B
    reminded veteran Zionist leaders
    lure, including former ZOA nation
    id presidents, Judge Levinthal and
    Mortimer May. that it was the
    1 -: K.rl of Balfour who made the
    principal address at the dedication
    oi the Hebrew University in Jeru-
    Bah m in 1925.
    Sunday's dinner will tcuch off
    a world-wide observance of the
    45th anniversary of the historic
    Balfour Declaration. The state-
    ment by Lord Balfour is gener-
    ally credited with providing the
    British mandate in Palestine,
    which in turn ultimately led to
    the reestaiishment of the State
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    ;hi group will c nvene lor a lunch-
    di vi ted '< "New Vistas
    in Acini* Jewish Education." A
    panel ol experts, including !.
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    Miami Beach >tudj prcur : -
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    command) us to build Him a sanc-
    tuary made of tie most precious
    metal, an irk iverlaid with pure
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    each :v r. ...ii excited anticipation >i attaining new heights "t ;.','
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    ...: i my sense: '"Hail to The.-. Greal Si nee." It we
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    other. First God is verything. and man nothing; now man was .'*' <>' f*"t9r,,l?Jf"m,vi"
    everything a:; i Cod nothing. God no longer had to be believed in a.- I: ,;.'
    he One Who contested movements of nature; nature moved b> .:<;,, m m- i
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    . Jewish congre- B7,i,,.n* C'V' G":er
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    appeal for i compromise, uniform synagogue tor >-..> ......... .........^
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    Friday, February 16, 1962
    EMBITTERED BEN HECHT

    Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPL1N
    We Need
    More of Truth
    PERFIDY. By Ben Hecht. 2S1 pp. New York:
    Julian Messner. Inc. $6.00.
    BEN HECHT, : wish
    .ons of 'Child of the Century expands "hat
    anger to white heat with Perfidy" and it is not
    . ta : whether one- anger should be pr> or
    : cor. Broadly, the book deals with the extermin-
    ation of Hungarian Jewry: specifically, it accuses
    the Ben-Guricn government 'whose members were
    then leaders of the Jewish Agencyi of deliberately
    betraying the Hungarian Jew- in their zeal for Brit-
    ish favor: directly, it points to the figure of Dr
    Rudolf Ka-tner. as representative of both Agency
    and the government, for proof
    The book recounts the celebrated Israel trial
    of Malchiel Green.vald. who had accused Ka,tner.
    a former Hungarian leader, then an Israel govern-
    ment official, of collaboration with the Nazis The
    verdict was against Kastner. who appealed, but
    was killed fby a former undercover agent of the
    Israel Intelligence Servicei before the new verdict
    came down. It was a trial which rocked Israel
    through it, implications of callousness and wrong-
    doing on the part of top government leaders, in-
    cluding Sharett. Weizmann. and Ben-Gurion himself
    Part of the trial centered around the agonizing
    story of Joel Brand Joel Brand wa, the member of
    the Hungarian Rescue Committee to whom Eich-
    mann offered his infamous "deal." in 1944. to ex-
    change 10.000 truck- for one million Jews. He had
    two weeks in which to set up the arrangements, with
    a promise of 100.000 Jew- as an advance and with
    the daily Auschwitz slaughter of 12.000 Jews to halt
    until negotiations are completed. Brand went di-
    rectly to Jewish Agency officials, and the blame
    for the heartbreaking failure of his mission he
    place, directly at their feet, accusing them of be-
    traying him to the British, who interned him tor
    four and a half months while Hungary'.- Jews burned
    to ashes. The British didn't want a million Jew,
    flooding into Palestine, and the Agency, with State-
    hood within reach, didn't want to upset the Briti-h
    This is Brand's and Hecht's "J'accuse!'
    There are several thing, to remember while
    reading this book. One i- that Ben Hecht and
    Greenwald's lawyer, .Samuel Tamir was an ardent
    Irgunist (working from this country), and so he ha-
    been furious with the government of Israel for a
    long, long time. Another is that Hecht is a good
    hater: he hales well and passionately, and his best
    writing is also hi- most venomous. One can make
    a career of -elective hatred. And a third is that
    one expect, a concern for justice irom Hecht. but
    not necessarily for fairness and the two are not
    the same. There is another side to the damning
    allegations presented in thi, book, and one will find
    little of it marring H< cht's i ase
    "Perfidy'' shames the Jew, a, they have not
    been shamed since Prophetic days, and the impulse
    to cover one's head with ashes and heap coals on
    others i- strong But there will have to be more
    truth than appear- in the-, pages before that judg-
    ment can be made
    Between You and Me:
    BORIS SM0LAR
    United Nations Listening Post: By SAUL CARSON
    The 'Conscience Corps' Holds its Annual Meet
    United Nation,
    |NCE AGAIN, the TV- "I
    - has in its annual mi
    i ii iii
    here Ag ways in the past, many
    of the fcremost Jewish organizations in
    the w ,r!d have played a vital role in the
    il the group. And again
    the world is just a bit better off. the l'N|
    St a bit stronger and an iota close:
    r is of the peoples of the world, due t.
    .-'p.
    What :- the Conscience Corps"" Officially, it is the
    . Commission's Subcommission on Previ
    )f Discrimination and Protection of Minorities. Be-
    se that formal title is so lengthy newspapermen have
    unofficial name, for the group. One name.
    - riptive: is the "anti-bias" unit. "Consci
    ever, mav come closer to describing the
    ip. For it deals with basic human rights
    \ .- L'N's ncerr with humjr right, that points
    : i's < nsc iei c
    - me of the subjects discussed
    survej n great care by this group: Manifestation,
    ;; Rig and Practices; Free-
    dom from Discrimination in Employment: Freed"
    nminati n in Education: the right of everyone to
    ., own country and return thereto. A mere listii -
    of the subject matter shows why Conscience Corps" is
    perhaps the most fitting title for this .group and why
    the Jewish organizations have been so interested in the
    sessions, studies, survey, and debates of this small group.
    comp ised of only 14 political and social scientists, hu-
    e jurists and staunch fighter, again,t all types oi lis-
    crimination against minorities the world over.
    foreign Newsletter
    The subcemn ssion's studies regarding anti-Semitic
    helped awaken the world to I
    as .: danger to the freedom of all peoj -
    The group'.- study dealing with religious rights and prac
    tices ha- resulted in the formulation of a preliminary set
    of guiding principle, for all the countries in the_ world.
    [i rnational conventions have been adopted a- a resul
    the subcommission's studies on discrimination in educ-
    tion and on bias in employment
    Thi, year, looking ahead to future "irk by the sub-
    commission, it ha, been proposed that a survej be made
    of "the right to treedom of movement and residence with-
    in the border- of each state A spokesman for one of
    the participating Jewish jrcups the Coordinating Board
    of Jewish Organizations spelled out what such a study
    would Involve He noted in addressing Ihe subci mmission
    that there is "a pattern that flow, from exclusii nary de-
    vices in preventing various types "f racial or relig
    {i | m ; I cr renting real prop
    erty as a resi Such a pattern, he pointed out,
    >ati in Certainly, that pa;
    our own country, as well a, in other
    part, of the world, the human rights of Jew, Negroes ai
    : minority pi opli -
    Ai other item ahead for this group is a study of mea-
    - that might be taken to combat "advocacy of racia
    ir religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrim-
    ination and violence." No knowledgeable person need be
    reminded that Jew.- among other people, would
    benefit from such a survey and from the drafting
    "measures" to combat racial and religious incitements.
    One need only think of Russia, with its discriminations
    against Jewish religion and culture: of Arab states, with
    their perpetual incitement, against Israel.
    TULLIA ZEVI
    The Jews and Spain's Manifesto of 1947
    Madrid |
    THE REAPPEARANCE of a small, or-
    ganized Jewish nucleus in Spain. I
    five centuries after one of the most dras-
    tic "solutions" of the Jewish problem,
    according to pre-Hitler standards, is in!
    itself an interesting and important fact.p
    However, this correspondent felt that it t "S
    was even mere interesting and important to seek an an-
    swer to the following question: What is the relationship be-
    tween the new" Jew, of Spain, the State and the Catho-
    lic Church"
    The Manifesto" of March 1947 specifies that Spain
    is a Catholic and social state in the form of a Kingdom,
    with Gen Franco a. President, assisted by a Councd,
    which includes the Cardinal-Primate of Spain. The Span-
    ish State, having been euphemistically denned by Cau-
    dillo Francisco Franco in 1942 "not a dictatorship, but a
    hierarchy." and the union rather than the separation be-
    tween Church and State being a proclaimed princi]
    one might define Spain as a centralized, monarchist ...
    thoritanan. confessional state
    Spain's 300.0UO Jew in the 14th and 15th Cenl
    constituted between one-fourth and one-l
    population while today's 3.500 const
    minority. But aside from this numerical differet
    in Spam, then as now. are confronted with the same two
    tightly interwoven, instruments of power
    The relationship between Jews and authoritarian,
    confessional regimes has been, throughout the centui
    problematic, to say the least. In 15th Century Spain, the
    concerted action of the two forces dominating Spanish
    life, the temporal and the religious, the authoritarian and
    the confessional, destroyed Jewish life in the country
    What is the attitude now of these same two for.es
    toward the resurgence of a diminutive Jewish entity In
    Spain, and toward Judaism in general0
    This correspondent discus,ed this issue in the course
    of a long interview with Max Mazin. president of the
    Madrid Jewish Community, an Ashkenazi of Latvian birth.
    married to an Israeli
    Youthful, dynamic Mr. Mazin received this corresi
    dent in his private business office sittil 4 a: a '.xne.
    Utive's desk, under a large map of Spain, th
    only mural decora:
    Patientl) :_. n plying to all -
    Mr. Mazin expressed very clear-cut opinions on Franco's
    attitude toward the Jews and on what the Jewish attitudes
    toward Franco should be.
    "Franco has a tolerant attitude toward Jews." he
    Stated "He received a delegation of Jew, in 19GO. and has
    always shown understanding for our problems I believe
    that the attitude of Jew, toward the Franco regime should
    be of loyal collaboration, because it has demonstrated
    benevolence toward Jews, since it came to power, when-
    ever Jews found themselves in some condition of depend-
    ence from Spanish authorities.
    "I am not referring only to this attitude in metro-
    politan Spain during the last war. when no Jewish refugee
    was refused entrance (unlike what happened in Britain
    and Switzerland1, but also in all moments of the postwar
    period, when Jews found their lot depending upon the
    help and the protection of Spain, for instance in North
    \ a, including Egypt, or other territories under Span-
    i or influence."
    NEXT WEEK: Franco's Attitude Toward Jew*.
    Panorama:
    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    In All Things, We Speak Only for Ourselves
    THE STAND of American Jew- on the
    ' Issue of Federal aid to parochial
    schools is now a subjeel oi a hot dispute
    between the Catholic and Protestant or-
    gans. The "'Church and State." organ
    of the Protestants and Other Americans
    United, came out with an article claim-
    ing that an "informal alliance is taking
    shape in American life between the Jew-
    ish community and those Protestants who be
    separation of church and state The publication based
    its assertion on a speech by Dr. Maurice Eisendrath. pres-
    ident of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations.
    and a statement of the Washington Jewish Community
    Council.
    It expressed the belief that the sentiments expressed
    tne
    in the speech and in the statement
    percent of the An i omn unity T;
    lie organ. "America." jumped on the claim ol POAU
    publication and said that it ref belli
    ercent" of is Jews endorse "the rigid interprei i1
    by the Protestants of the principle of separation ol
    and state.
    The truth of the matter is that there is a split :n
    the American Jewish community on the issue of g i'
    nient aid to religious schools. While some major Jewish
    organizations including the Union of American Hebrew
    Congregations oppose any form of government .
    to religious schools. American Orthodox Jewry favors
    such aid. The truth is also that Rabbi Eisendrath as
    his organization assures me has never presumed to
    speak for all American Jewry on this subject.
    Some Salty Yiddish
    RESPITE HIS first name. Abra
    * ham Lincoln didn't speak Yid-
    ish There is. to be sure, a kind
    f Hebraic tone about his major
    peeches, traceable no doubt to
    he influence of the Bible on his
    tyle Try translating the Gettys-
    burg address into Yiddish, and 1
    uspect it wouldn't t.\o so well
    not as web at any rate as in Hebrew I have seen
    in Hebrew, and the majesty of Lincoln's
    speech suffers no impairment. For that austere
    lignity, Hebrew is incomparable: but Yiddish h..- a
    tiness and earthiness that is as rare.
    Lincoln had his Yiddish side, too He was a
    humorist too like Shalom Aleichem Oddly enough.
    both Lincoln and Shalom Aleichem dealt with the
    topic of God', attitude todward the poor or common
    iple Everyone knows Lincoln's remark thai God
    must have loved the common people, for He made
    - i many of them
    Shalom Aleichem thought differently "God did
    not like the poor, for if He did. he asked, would He
    have made them poor?"
    Lincoln and Shalom Aleichem thus reached
    : .metrically opposed conclusions, and yet the mode
    of reasoning is of the same type, a kind of Yeshivah
    bachur" type of reasoning a mental "twist"
    it were. The Talmud students were indulging in
    the "Twist" long ago. Indeed, in the higher flights
    of logic and mathematics, there is a kind of dance
    of the mind that goes on.
    I suspect Lincoln would have liked Yiddish. I
    can picture him saying: "We need slavery like a
    hole in the head." How could you put it more force-
    fuly than with this Yiddish expression? Incidentally,
    needing a thing "like a hole in the head" has be-
    come now an Americanism, as much as the Yiddish
    "Go Fight City Hall."


    Friday. February 16. 1962
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    Diplomats Tag Nikita
    With Anti-Semitism
    Continued from Page 1-A
    vief leader has frequently dis-
    ussed Jewish questions and al-
    most invariably has displayed
    tracts, at least, of anti-Semitic
    prejudices common to the border-
    land of the Ukraine where he
    grew up."
    Describing the fear prevailing
    nmong Soviet .lews as anti-Semitic
    . increase, the New Yoj-k
    Times correspondent declared that
    there were no pogroms today in
    Russia as in ihe times of the Czar.
    .though the old Czarist slogan
    the .lews and save Russia"
    i j be uttered by some hooligans.
    "Nor are Jews being executed or
    lipped off to Siberia as in Stalin's
    days." the correspondent reported.
    Nevertheless, the correspondent
    i nphasized, Jewish fear and su-
    . it en in the Soviet Union are now
    i the increase because of the re-
    vival of anti-Semitism which has
    stimulated "by aggressive of-
    ficial propaganda against the Jew-
    igion, often couched in terms
    lur the boundary between
    ligion and anti-Semitism."
    Salisbury reported thai neo-
    - Young Communist League
    BS "have been mobilized to in-
    ate and browbeat Jewish
    ities.' Jew in many places
    Soviet I'ninn are reluctant
    is with foreign'
    i r -- because ol the re-
    prisi I at may he visited ujjpn
    them by the Government.
    Foreign diplomats, the corre-
    spondent said believe that the
    chief motive in the new campaign
    against Russian Jews is not anti-
    religiousness but gross nation-
    alism and fear of foreigners. The
    Soviet reg-me fears its Jews,
    partly on the basis of the stand-
    ard Communist phobia against
    any non-Communist social group
    and partly on the fact that Jews
    have ties with other Jews abroad
    and have frequently shown
    "sympathy for and interest in"
    Israel.
    The Soviet regime is considered
    by foreign diplomats hypersensi-
    tive on the Zionist question and is
    believed to suffer from security
    qualms because of the sympathy
    Ol many of the 3.0O0.0OO Soviet
    Jews for Jews in other countries.
    Such feelings were sharpened as a
    result of the sympathy with Israel
    displayed by Jews openly in Lenin-
    grad and other Soviet cities.
    The diplomats point to the fact
    thai the most prominent Jewish
    victims of recent months have been
    persons who have had social and
    cultural contacts with Israeli diplo-
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    spurred the Soviet security appa-
    i. tus to furious activity.
    In addition to the arrests, trials
    sentences ol Jewish religious
    < aders in .Moscow and Leningrad.
    i rrespondent wrote known
    ; respected Jewish leaders in
    i, ga, Kiev, Vilna and Tasnknet
    . mong other cities with substantial
    Ji wish communities, have been
    ; reed to resign to be replaced by
    men more pliable to soviet wishes.
    The drive to smear Russian Jews
    by "exposing" them as speculators
    and absconders was the same as
    the method used by police and
    young Communist agents to attack
    non-conformist youths and liberal |
    v. riters. Mr, Salisbury stressed.
    In recent months, the corre-
    spondent reported, the embattled
    Soviet Jews have attacked arti-
    culate allies in the Soviet intel-
    lectual community. Such persons,
    he wrote, were actively trying
    to arouse Russians generally to
    a feeling of shame and rage at
    the anti-Semitic stain on the na-
    tional conscience. He cited the
    young poet Yevgeny Yevtush-
    enko, whom he described as the
    idol of Soviet youth, as an out-
    standing example and also the
    poet Vladimir Nekrasov, who
    took a stand similar to Yevtush-
    enko considerably earlier.
    On the plus side, the correspond-
    ent reported that dismissal of Jews
    from posts to exile or execution
    v. as no longer occurring as it did
    l uring the Stalin era. Moreover.
    Jewish students, at least in Mos-
    cow and Leningrad, seem to have
    less trouble than in tore in getting
    higher educational institution-.
    role ol Jewish scien-
    tists in Russia's spectacular space
    rhi< v rni, nts has won "grudj
    cci ni ion in high Governmi 11
    that, the correspondent
    "anti-Semitism i> still
    i| on the Soviet scene." He
    . te among other facts the story
    : K.-. v and the nearby gully, called
    i. r, v here the Nazis inarched
    0 Jewish men. women and
    children and slaughtered them. He
    itported that Soviet officials avoid
    Reservations
    Reported 'Heavy'
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    Public response in the form of
    reservations for a testimonial ban-
    ouet in honor of Rabbi Tibor Stern
    has been "very heavy." Miami
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    testimonial, annotinced this week
    Rabbi Stern is spiritual leader
    ' Beth Jacob Congregation. Liber-
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    . ming in 'from every walk of
    itj life, and not only from
    ers of Betl ob."
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    unkful of clothes needed by Mrs. Harriet Gross for her
    week Buffalo, where she was the houseguest of the Dr. Philip
    (old- is. parents of son Robert's fiancee. Phyllis Warmth
    of the'welcome hv friends and relatives more than made up for the
    weather, which by Gold Coast standards, was hardly cordial .
    y -; evening in town. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Goldstein, the
    futurt bride's aunt and uncle, hosted a family dinner for 30
    Phvlii- wore a black and white geometric print ircck. and liar
    n i choice was a black laiile sheath cocktail dress The
    next day a beautiful tea given by the bride-elect's mother and
    grandmother, Mrs. Jerome Bergman, was attended by 100 well-
    wishers Phyllis in a most becoming two-pieee gold silk with
    brown and gold orchid, and Harriet accented her apricot sheer
    wool with a moss green orchid Then the engaged couple enter-
    tainei at a dinner party for 20 of their friends, Phyllis in a hand-
    some ige br icade dinner suit .
    I -: two nights of Harriet's visit taken up by a cocktail party
    .or -, the home of the Leonard Greenfields, aunt and uncle of
    the re Mrs Gross And on the final evening, another dinner
    :,,,.', a1 the Park La.ie hotel, with Phyllis In a black scoop-neck
    ;, I Harriet also in black, an Italian km: cocktail
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    \ "suite-mates" at the University of Miami. Ins Lipton and
    Adeli Goldklana gave a gadget shower last Saturdaj tor Susan
    who will say "l do" to Peter Levin on Apr 15, and Gene
    ]., |,:. wii(( has that important dale with Kenny Sperber on

    cl the 25 guests at the Eden Hoc had been together
    s;nc( | g] grade, excluding, ol course, the mothers and grand-
    i the future brides Since it was that time ol year,
    t appropriate besides. Valentine hearts, pink tulle urn-
    id .vatering can.-, were everywhere Twin heart shaped
    ere presented, and each girl received duplicate gifts,
    lically wrapped, with profound advice to new brides In-
    .
    Wedding bells will ring for Mrs. Ester Carrey. 1325 N. Bis-
    Point ii and Harry K Brown. 1850 Meridian ave.. on
    Eton's birthday Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will unite th-
    . n Thursday morning, the 22nd. in his study at Pemple
    I..mid.
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    1 iowded but happy group at the home of George and Sylvia
    All sharing the excitement and pride ol son James
    m with highest honors from the University ol Florida
    ;< Just history repeating itself, since he graduated
    with high honors from Beach High, too Alreadj a member ol
    Blue Key, highest honorarj in the state, James has now
    . i mbership in Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. honor-
    And with Ins BA in political science came election to
    Hall ol Pame From now until he enters Yale University
    ioi l in September, James will be working toward a .Master s
    litre for the commencement exercises was Sylvia's sister,
    II -,<-, Bcrax, her mother, Mrs. Rhea Goldfarb, and the
    i Barbara Shapro and husband, Howard Galper, ol Chicago
    \ Princess at Beach High not too long ago, Barbara, a tine
    taught in Dade count) schools after her graduation from
    hocl ol music at the University ol Miami before this area
    : to the Middle West.
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    The United states Government may be slow moving, but when
    it sees ., prize worth bavin-, it goes like a juggernaut Barry
    Shi son of the Maury Sheins, graduated from the l mversity oi
    mi school of business administration with an accounting major
    Ian M) On Jan. 31. his appointment from the treasury
    Department's Internal Revenue arrived with instructions to report,
    on tin double,'' for a 13-week training period at school in Atlanta
    Barry scooped up his bride of six months, the former Judy
    r'aliek and within a leu short months it will be "Tax Agent Shem
    ' Lakeland, Fla.
    -
    Beautiful dinner party for Jack Fine given by devoted spouse.
    Sandy Card on his gift read. 'Happy Birthday, hope your wife
    wears them well" And she does Sandy adores antique gold
    elrj .
    Frequent visitors. Adele and Max Greenberg. of Laredo. Tex .
    houseguesta of his sister. Mrs. Selma Oritt She II have to leave
    them to their own devices for a few days while she makes a fast
    trip to that large northern city which has been having 4 deg.
    "rather When the Diana Stores Corp. meets, they just cant
    get along without Selma .
    Houseguesting with Mrs Morris Dubler. of the Raleigh hotel,
    her son Bernie, his wife, Arlene. and tiny offspring, iteiene. i
    Make the trek every year from Woodmere. L.I.
    - - Happily resigned to "paying the Piper" is Anna (Mrs. Harry
    I I Magld, of 1735 Calais dr. Three weeks of being Wined am
    dined by friends and relatives in Atlanta will now require the most
    rigid self-control to melt away the excess avoirdupois, but It "as
    worth it Since son Malcolm and wife Iris, daughter Janice
    husband Gerald Ghertner, and six grandchildren evenly
    divided, all have lived there .or many years. Anna s frequent
    visits have resulted in a large and devoted circle of friendshence
    the many luncheons and dinner parties, hence the dieting now.
    "
    Wonder whether food authorities spend the entire time telling
    everyone what to eat when dining in their company V1CW1
    Lindlahr, whose most recent book is "Calorie Countdown witn
    his wif, and the Richard Ettingers at King Arthurs Court for one
    ner Richard is board chairman of Prentiss-Hall, publishers ol
    Lindlahr's latest book which seems to be on its way to matching,
    the popular success of his previous ones .
    A fishing junket to Naples this past weekend for Rabbi Philip
    TatZ, the Leonard Zilberts and the Abe Weisenbergs he rabbi.
    a representative of the Israeli government, at the LomDarus
    hotel .
    Flying down to celebrate their granddaughters third birthday
    with her are Dr. Ezekicl and Helen Landau Little celebrant.
    Joan Barbara, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Nathan (.lover ...
    Dr. Landau is rabbi of United Hias Service and of Congregation
    Beth Israel in New York City .
    Also escaping winters icy blasts for a month. Rabbi Abraham
    Heschel, of New York He's the Kupzhnit/ei Kcbbc. and will
    be at 820 Washington ave.
    *"*
    Another delightful show of paintings presented by Shirley
    Puber at her Gallery in the Deauville hotel "' *ans,
    Raphael Pricert brings his Kuropean landscapes impressionism,
    shinimery and light in color Even the names are romantic,
    "Nocturne in Venice," "Latin Quarter. Paris."
    0 ovnan s
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    Miami. Florida. Friday. February 16. 1962
    Sectior. 3
    Jltn\i V__-umc tor v__.- j^^r
    f-ii~fiion ^J \otns ... /*] >vO
    Prior to the leadership dinner of the Combined Jewish Appeal
    on Sunday at the Americana hotel, these three community
    leaders got together to discuss CJA strategy. Leit to right are
    Hemian Rub:n. end Mr. and Mrs. A. ]. Molasky.
    Mrs. Emil Morton (left) soloist at the leadership dinner, is shown
    with Mrs. Sidney Ansin.
    Shepard Broad (left) a co-host for the reception honoring Am-
    bassador Michael Comay, chats with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
    Rosen.
    Local Delegates
    Attend Confab
    Mrs. Zvi Berger. vice president
    of Hebrew Academy PTA and He
    brew Academy Women, and Rabh
    Morris L. Horovitz. assistant prin
    cipal. Hebrew Department, are
    heading a delegation from this city
    to the 14th annual convention oi
    the National Assn. of Hebrew Day
    School PTA's in Rockaway Park,
    NY
    The convention is being held th:,
    week. Mrs. Sheldon Dearr. Hebrew
    Academy PTA president, an-
    nounced.
    Delegates representing over 200
    IN brew Day School PTA's through-
    out the country have been attend-
    ing the three (lay convention.
    According to Rabbi Alexander S
    Gross, principal of the Academy
    the theme of the convention is "The
    Emerging Patterns of Hebrew Day
    School Education and Their Ampli-
    ations for the Future."
    Mis. Berger was scheduled as a
    panelist in a discussion on "L'tiliz
    ing Parental Resources in the Day
    School."
    Skit Scheduled
    By Sisterhood
    Regular monthly meeting of the
    Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth
    Jacob will be held on Wednesday
    evening, Feb 28. in the Temple -
    cial hall
    President, Mrs Sam Senile, u..
    rhair a short business niietin^ fol-
    lowed by a Tor ah program, Mrs
    Nathan Becker and her cochair
    man, Mrs. Leon Rubensteln. are in
    charge ol this month's program
    A skit, provided by the Nation.!.
    Women's League ol tinted Syna-
    gogues ot America. "Our Hern
    age," will be presented. The Tem-
    ple choir, under .the direction oi
    Jack Lerner, will participate in the
    skit.
    Other participants include Mr-
    Louis Wine. Mrs. Harry Stevenson.
    Mrs. Jacob Cohen. Mrs. Herman
    Zager. Mrs. Marvin Klinger and
    Mrs. Gersain Giterman.
    Guest speaker will be Mrs. So'.
    Koenigsberg. of the Florida
    Branch. National Women's League.
    I nited Synagogue of America, who
    will speak on "Torah."
    Emanu-EI Ladies
    Schedule Tea
    Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-EI
    will have its annual Torah Fund
    tea on Tuesday afternoon at the
    home of Judge and Mrs. lrvma
    Cypen, 320 w DiLido dr.
    Proceeds will be contributed to
    the Jewish Theological Seminary
    of America in support of its edu-
    cational programs.
    Chairman of the aftair is Mrs.
    Harry Korct/ky. Dr. Irving Lehr-
    man. spiritual leader of Temple
    Emanu-EI. has been invited to
    speak on behalf of the Seminary.
    Entertainment will be provided
    by the Temple Emanu-EI Players
    in the form of a dramatic reading
    ot Morton Wishingrari's The Devil
    and Aunt Essie." which is being
    prepared and directed by Trixie
    Levin Members of the cast in-
    clude the Mesdames Irving Cypen.
    Leonard Glickman. Elliott Harris.
    Rocky P o in e r a n c e and Milton
    Weinkle. Musical accompanist is
    Mrs. Ben Ball
    Esfher Hadassah luncheon
    Esther group of Hadassah will
    hold a luncheon and lawn party,
    followed by cards, at the home of
    Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper, 7910 Bis
    cayne Point Circle, on Wednesday
    noon


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    Friday, February 16. 1950
    ^flowers C/a/orc at Sunset ^Jstand

    By ISABEL GROVE
    Staff Writer
    Ever) '" fi,led
    eautiful Hoi.. I splaj tr-
    ment: ind settings at the
    tome ol Mrs n J. Brotm.tr. on
    - [sland 3 last week for the
    ,ur!h 11 lal flower show of the
    it. Sinai Garden Club
    Also scattcre : through mt the
    iuse .....-- ;i> '"'' "'
    lim-elf, Mi Bi tm in. whose vib-
    am colors an impressionistic
    prove I 1 perfecl complement
    or the flowers
    Over 600 visitors trooped through
    he room- marveling a the imag-
    n and creativity shown in the
    combinations oi leaves, shrubs,
    lrie : ... aerials, blooms and their
    .. which all illustrated the
    me "International Fanta-
    Mrs. Sarah Czech (center) cuts the ribbon as she dedicates
    the Beard of Directors Room of the Hebrew Academy Women
    at a special dedication ceremony celebrating Mrs. Czech's
    86th birthday. A plaque bearing Mrs. Czech's name will be
    affixed to tne room, when the new Hebrew Academy is offi-
    cially dedicated. Looking on are Mrs. Joseph Shapiro left),
    president. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross (right), principal, and
    Mrs. Leonard Rosen, women's campaign chairman. Cere-
    monies were held last Monday.
    Women's League Reciprocity Day
    Florida Branch of National Worn
    en's League of United Synagogue
    of America will hold a "Recipro-
    city Day" at Temple Emanu-EI.
    Thursday. Feb. 22. from 10 to 2
    p.m Mrs Harry Levitt, president,
    will conduct the meet ins.
    Activity chairmen will evaluate
    the year's work, and final plans
    for the annual Branch Torah Fund
    luncheon on Mar. 8 at the Deau
    ville hotel will be made. Mrs. Na-
    than Spci_.-lin.iii is Torah Fund
    chairman.
    Branch conference to be held at
    the Deauville hotel on Apr. 3 to 5.
    Women to be Honored
    Independent Hungarian American
    Jewish Assn. will present a dance
    in honor of the Women's Auxiliary
    on Saturday evening at 1815 NW
    No. River dr.
    with Mrs Harold Reinhard, I Mi
    ami. chairman, will be discussed
    Lunch will be served by the
    hostess Sisterhood of Temple
    Emanu-EI. Mrs. Sol Goldstein,
    president, will bring greetings.
    Mrs. Irving Lehrman. founder
    president of Southeastern region,
    will give the opening TKar Tor-
    ah" prayer.
    The afternoon session will honor
    all Branch activity chairmen for
    the year 1961-62. Temple Emanu-
    EI will present a reading directed
    by Trixie Levin and entitled. "The
    Devil and Aunt Essie." from a
    script by Morton Wishengrad. Par-
    ticipating will be Mrs. Irving Cy-
    pen. narrator. Mrs. Elliott Harris.
    Mrs. Miltcn Weinkle. Mrs. Leonard
    Glickman, and Mrs. Rocky Pom-
    erance. Musical direction is by
    Mrs. Ben Ball
    Reservation chairman Is Mrs.
    Alexander Kogan
    Beth El Ladies
    Wili Observe
    Kashruth Month
    Mrs Jack Shapiro, president of:
    Beth El Sisterhood. Wednesday an-1
    ncunced that the Sisterhood haa
    set aside F'eb. 1 through Mar. 15
    is Kashruth Month, in keep;:'..:
    :. .. iiic; il the National
    Women's Branch of the Union >l
    Orthodox C01 ins of Amer-
    ica.
    The observance will be shared
    by the 650 affiliated Sisterhoods of
    he Women's Branch throu
    the United States to acquaint the j
    observant Jewish homemaker with
    the impact of modern food tech-
    nology on the maintenance of a
    i kosher home
    Highlight of the observance will
    take place at a general meeting
    of Beth El Sisterhood on Tuesday
    night at the congregation. Rabbi
    Solomon Schiff. spiritual leader of
    Beth El. will talk on "The Signifi-
    cance oi Kashruth." His talk will
    I be followed by a demonstration on |
    I how the housewife can select and
    I determine what is kosher in pre-
    | paring her menu.
    Mrs. Shapiro is also vice presi-
    dent of the Florida chapter of the
    I Women's Branch ot the Union of
    I Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
    j America. Mrs. Harry Personik is
    I president of the Florida chapter
    ,thj Mrs Theodore) Koolish
    took a first prize in the artistic- di-
    vision for a Holy Land. Ancient,
    interpre ing .1 Biblical proverb:
    gold scale balanced ith stones.
    pebbles md water against a back-
    drop of papyrus and yarrow.
    A modern arrangement In the
    Holy Land, .1 graceful showing ol
    eucalyptus leaves, golden pom
    poms. Temple oranges and kum
    duats earned a red ribbon for Mrs
    Ben TopeL
    A blue ribbon went to L1I1 Dun
    ;ov for her unusual treatment ol
    stems and flowers using epiden
    drums and radiant And a first
    went to Mrs Harry Moscoe, chair-
    man 01 the Show, for a Captain's
    dinner setting Focal point was a
    terpiece ol red, red carnations
    against white stock, and iris with
    settings of heavy gold-rimmed
    dinner wear and crystal.
    Mrs Julius Saperstein chose
    Spain tor her milieu and her Fla
    menco >f purple stock, dragons
    I) ood gladioli, yellow chrysanthe-
    mums, flame vine and sanservieria
    von her .1 first. A modern France
    fiist went to Mrs. Morn- Krovetz
    for her springtime in Pans, using
    larkspur, snapdragons, lilies and
    dracaena leaves in an epergne sup-
    ported by a golden cherub.
    In the Japanese competition.
    Helen Jacobsons lovely, graceful
    and dramatic arrangement of huge
    vv hite chrysanthemums enhanced
    by bamboo attributes facing heaven
    was judged best.
    President of the club. Mrs. Les-
    ter Stepner's treasure trove of an-
    tiques, provided an Italian setting
    of La Teatro Alia Scala with a mag-
    nificent worm eaten chest, gargoy-
    les, egrets and a 20-foot iron chan
    d. lier filled with giant yellow
    mums and rarely seen French
    heather
    A very popular display setting
    was the carport where the s
    grape Division of Girl Scouts, from
    6 to 11. were exhibiting their less
    sophisticated efforts. Initiated ,.
    Mrs, Lou S. Rose, the program now
    tap rut*- 100. girls participation in
    garden workshops. Assigned 1
    them were Space Age. United Na-
    tions and topiary trees, the latter
    made of everything from bniio,
    flags, candy and fresh fruit to inc-
    line and soap.
    Among the many interested sp<
    tators seen during the aflern
    were Mrs. D. Lee Powell. Mrs.
    Aaron Karr and Mrs. Harold Spaet.
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    chii fine tea..."flavor crushed*
    for fallcK strength tad stinrj.
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    re with your fleishigs and
    aailchigs and betwera meal
    refreshment...
    Councilettes Will
    Have Dance Here
    Councilettcv youngest division
    of the Greater Miami Section. Na-
    tional Cbtmcil i: Jewish Women,
    will have i V.\nz Neptune dance Sat-
    urday, Feb 24, 7 "0 p.m in the
    Masonic Lodge, 41 Valencia ave.,
    Coral Gables
    Evening will include entertain-
    ment, refreshments, and crowning
    of King Neptune.
    In charge of tickets are Mrs.
    Annette Cohen, president of the
    group, and Mrs. Ida Offenbach.
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    Buy it sliced or in a big
    tasty chunk today for
    sandwiches, omelets,
    salads, canapes ... for
    breakfast, lunch, sup-
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    / Friday. February 16,
    1962
    "JfewfeD Florid/tor
    Page 3-B

    Dr. Irwin Perlmutter, chairman of the Temple Beth Am Israel
    Negev dinner dance, discusses the event with two members
    of his committee, Mrs. Joshua J. Segal, president of the Tern-
    pie's Sisterhood, and Mi. Segal, dinner vice chairman. The
    Junction will take place Sunday evening at the Temple, 595C
    Kendall dr., So. Miami.
    Ambassador Herzog to be Honor Guest
    At Beth Am Dinner on Sunday Evening
    Mizrachi President
    Here for Meetings
    Mrs Moses Dyckman was in Mi-
    ami this week to meet with mem-
    bers i i '.In Greater .Miami chapter
    of the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
    tion.
    National president of Mizrachi
    Women, she arrived here with her
    husband irom New York for a brief
    "vacation." But her suite at ie
    .Stirling hotel has already become
    ".headquarters" for meetings with
    local Mizrachi leaders, among
    them, Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordina-
    tor oi Mizrachi activities.
    While here. Mrs. Dyckman is get-
    ting together with as many Greater
    Miami members oi Mizrachi as pos-
    sible.
    The local organization includes
    five chapters: Hatikvah, Mrs. Is-
    rael Teitch. president; Kinneret.
    Mrs Ah in Levenson, president;
    Miami Beach. Mrs, Pauline Grand-
    werg. president; Dov. Mrs. Louis
    Tokayer, president; and Aviva,
    Mr-. Nathan Zeichner, president.
    Mrs Dyckman- discussions here
    principally involve Mizrachi's lat-
    < : venture in Israel, a vocational
    school for girls in Beersheba.
    "Th< school has been housed in
    rarj quarters for the past
    years." -he explained here
    week, "Only several days ago.
    i d a cable Irom Israel
    Students of dressmaking and fashion design at Beth Zeiroth
    Mizrach in Jerusalem. Others like them will shortly take to
    classes at the new Beersheba vocational school now being
    constructed under Mizrc.chi auspices.
    that actual digging for the new
    quarter of a million dollar building
    has already begun. We are hoping
    the school will be ready for its 200
    students next September."
    Mrs. Dyckman is currently serv-
    ing her til.h term as national pres-
    ident Prior to that, she was chair-
    man of the national board, a na-
    tional secretary of Mizrachi, and
    is a former five-term president ol
    the New York chapter.
    Chapters in Greater Miami will
    meanwhile hold a luncheon Tues-
    day noon at the Cornet hotel in
    honor of Child Restoration and Ed-
    ucation in Israel. The luncheon will
    1; in connection with the Beershebci
    vocational school project.
    Mrs Harry N. Schwartz is chair-
    man of the function. Co-chairman
    is Mrs. Sally Gold.
    Vmbassador Yaacov Herzog will
    guest of honor at the Temple
    i i Am Negev dinner dance Sun-
    ii. - I rael's Ambassador to Canada.
    Dr. Irving Perlmutter. dinner
    lirman, pointed out that Ambas-
    sador Herzog is one of Israel's
    t brilliant and distinguished
    inger diplomats. Prior to his
    present post. Ambassador Herzog
    served as Israel's Minister Pleni-
    potentiary in Washington.
    Announced Wednesday was that
    rid renowned comedian George
    Jessel will be a special guest at
    i. dinner.
    Ambassador and Mrs. Herzog
    will be entertained at a reception
    preceding the dinner at the home
    ol Mr and Mrs. Herman L. Kell
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    Highlight of the dinner will be
    a colorful ceremony marking Is-
    rael's continued growth. Robert
    H. Newman, Temoie Beth Am
    president, pointed out that last
    year, when the State of Israel
    celebrated its Bar Mitivah, a
    special menorah consisting of 13
    branches was conceived. "Tem-
    ple Beth Am had the distinction
    of being the first congregation
    in the United States to observe
    Israel's Bar Mitivah by the light-
    in-) of this menorah."
    Newman said that 'our Temple
    has been informed by the national
    Israel Bond organization, which is
    currently inaugurating its world
    widt activities for 1962 in Miami,
    that a 14-branch menorah has
    been designed in order to carry on
    the tradition marking Israel's
    growth from year to year. Since
    the Temple Beth Am Israel Bond
    dinner will be the first synagogue
    affair again this year, our Temple
    will once more have the privilege
    of inaugurating this ceremony and
    dedicating the menorah."
    Fourteen leading members of
    the congregation will participate
    in the ceremony by lighting the
    candles. Among thes? will be Mr.
    and Mrs. A. Edward Cohen. Mr.
    and Mrs. Abraham H. Eisenman.
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Feld-
    man. Mr. and Mrs. Edward N.
    Grad. Mr. and Mrs. Jay I. Kislak.
    Mr. and Mrs. David J. Light, Mr.
    and Mrs. George Malin. Mr. and
    Mrs. Milton Rapport, Mr. and Mrs.
    Wilfred Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
    J. Segal.
    Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, spir-
    itual leader of Temple Beth Am,
    indicated that in calling this
    year's event the State of Israel
    Negev dinner, it was intended to
    underline the theme of the in-
    ternational 1962 Israel Bond ef-
    fort to "conquer and develop the
    Negev desert in Israel."
    The Negev is the vast dry area
    covering the southern half of Is-
    rael, which has lain barren and
    unproductive for many centuries.
    Israel has embarked on a vast
    program to make the desert into
    a thriving center of settlement,
    farming and mining.
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    Page 4-B
    * U m Ht fkrk/ian
    Friday, Februciy if ^gg*
    *^ocial j-unctions
    W/itft a <7L>
    Proof that cvn great ladies of
    the world arc suiject to last minute
    changes in their plans offered last
    week by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
    Over 800 women gathered at the
    Fontainebleau hotel for the nation-
    al Women's Division Sponsors bon
    voyage luncheon before Mrs. Roose-
    velt's departure for Africand
    Jb.cn learned that she wasn't going.
    However, a tribute to Mrs. Roose-
    velt is always in order, and she will
    be leaving soon for another trip to
    Israel.
    Seated at the head table with
    Mrs. Roosevelt were leading wom-
    en from all over the United States
    and Canada, as well as many of our
    own local luminaries.
    Mrs. Jan Peerce, national chair-
    Mrs. Jack A. Cantor receives the congratulations of Mrs. Elea-
    nor Roosevelt upon receiving the Woman of Valor Award.
    the highest citation which the State of Israel ccn present, at
    a luncheon last week in the Fontainebleau hotel, where Mrs.
    Roosevelt was guest speaker. The Woman of Valor Award
    goes to a woman who has distinquished herself either by the
    purchase or sale of a minimum of SI00.000 in State of Israel
    Bonds. Mrs. Cantor is the wife of Jack A. Cantor, chairman
    of the board of governors of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
    Committee.
    Tif ereth Jacob
    Women's Party
    Mrs, Nathan Becker. Torah Fund
    chairman, announce- that Temple
    ~.:t:; a lunc eon a party on
    .'. i j ..; 11 ;"
    eeds will to 'he Torah
    klembi bring their
    i inted.

    this The) include
    0\\ ;tz. Mildred
    z. Sam R ssnick, Louis
    -
    rat Holtzei
    will be her
    and U Ian Is..... Leet,
    I Stevei ...
    '.:'.... Henry
    M i
    . Kravi! Li
    .'
    ...
    -
    Membership Tea Sunday
    All high school teen-agers are
    nvited to a mem ership tea given
    . j Z..kk.; B'r.ai i: :.i Girls .'. the
    a ::.( ; Mrs Hil la I azan ad-
    >isor, 163 I :' a\ I
    .o 3 p.n
    Marilyn S
    schild.
    Rabbi Alstel in Program
    Rabbi Murray A Alstet will pre-
    -i at the third annual observance
    i ltrotherhoocl Week in the chapel
    of Homestead Air Force Base on
    Monday evening.
    fAorm for your rncW
    more row"
    Islanders OR!
    Slates Review
    .
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    pie A Yi:
    i."
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    DELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS
    UP NORTH WITH
    FLORIDA'S FINEST
    6IFT FRUIT
    Do it the easy way-by mall.
    Mail your orders to Rich Dale Grove*
    for prompt handling.
    **w$?

    SWEE-TOUCH-NEE
    'THE ARISTOCRAT Of TlAtC
    Distributors tor swtc i Oucn-isce lea
    in MIAMI:
    LEVINSONS FOOD SPECIALTIES
    4570 E. 10th Lane. H ateah. Fla.
    INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT
    and RIDGE COUNTIES ORANGES
    If Ih aaaeffy If r* waal Oraaajaa aa%
    r OraafruM tnty)
    In 'fruit protector' gift cartons
    90 lb. box____.....$11.95
    Full bushel____^ 8.60
    Wbuthtl.......... 5.50
    12 lb. sampler.... 5.75
    Compare auallty and prkaa. Taaj canl
    baat Rich Dal* (or supara vslua. Prlca*}
    Includ* delivery except: Add 10% Weet at
    Mississippi. $2.00 to Cansda. Satisfaction
    Suaranteed or fruit id replaced ar saoosaj
    .funded.
    RICH DALE GROVES
    Weirsdala. Florida
    W/* I- ha* (*4dar el flat
    man of the Women's Division lor
    Israel Bond-, and of course, wife
    of the renowned tenor of the Metro-
    politan Opera Company, was in a
    three-piece Scas-i original of raw
    silk Muted .-hades of brown in a
    geometric pat em were used lor
    the jacket and repeated in the skirt
    of the,sheath ares*, which had a
    solid honey beige bodice. Same
    material in the hat and lining of
    h" cent, all accnted by a three-
    strand, jade necklace.
    Co-chairman oi Hie "Host-tO-
    the-Naticn" committee, Mrs Jack
    Popick attri ctive in a canary yel-
    low raw --Ik tw i pieci r wi.h in-
    .. 8 Oi '- P P,um "
    ' Her lui
    Rose (
    . -

    Canter
    recipient : Valor"
    Mrs. Roosevell Her
    an Dior I
    .-.:..' li i stri
    M | ,. j i r A! ramowitz i
    \ hiti sun with matching toque cov-
    ered with black net. Mrs, Irving
    Lchrman chose a soft chartreuse
    I nr and perky pill box. front-trim-
    med with a cluster oi white grape-
    Mrs. Leon Kronish in soft beige
    dress-maker sweater and tiny hat.
    Stunning, shocking pink floral
    cloche with HareJ brim on Mrs.
    Fred Somerstcin. And a most un-
    usual white-draped Persian turban
    wound through with paisley rib-
    bon with touches of the flamingo in
    her dress for Mrs. Sam Blank, who
    has lost count of the number of
    times she and her husband have
    been to Israel.
    Mrs. Jennie Grossinger in a snug-
    fitted sheath of van-colored water
    silk in shades of blue and purple,
    (hatting with Mrs. David Tesher,
    wife of Israel's Consul General to
    the midwest, her dark attractive-
    ness set off by a simple white eye-
    let frock
    Still other? Mrs Mortimer May.
    ill Nashville, Tenn., and Miami
    Beach, in raw silk and hla^k
    cloche with : rim; Mrs
    If you like
    CHEESE
    KREPLACH
    .CHEESE.,
    Ravio*1
    You'll love
    CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
    CHEESE RAVIOLI
    Hear family, guests, cheer for
    that real Italian flavor created by
    famed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender
    little macaroni pies...filled with
    tangy Italian Cheese...simmered
    with savory tomato sauce and
    cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
    ian way. So much tastier and
    easier than the frozen kind. So
    much thriftier, toocosts only
    bout 15c per serving!
    of L;l ;: : nt, Samuel 7 S .
    ie the Julius Spectc.-s
    its third annual bail lc
    Ivliam S]>i n

    I B rgi r
    .:.- i si and Mrs
    :ech II us! : Israel.
    The luncheon served .1- a prelim-
    'd the three-day inau
    ci nfi r< nc< 1 r Isra<; Bonds which
    bi gins in Miami Beach Feb. 23 with
    the premiere showing ol the Dior-
    I&rael Collection. Coordinated and
    accessorized by Jordan Marsh, a
    group of original ensembles using
    Israeli fabrics and designs by Is-
    rael's foremost couturiere, I. o 1 a
    Beer, will be shown at a luncheon
    in the Fontainebleau. admission
    based on a minimum l'.tGL' purchase
    of a $1,000 State of Israel Bond
    >. *
    Pink and white hearts set the
    color scheme for the gaily decorat-
    ed tables at Cedars of Lebanon
    Auxiliary third annual ball Satur-
    day evening at Miami Springs Vil-
    las, w:'h more than 400 members
    and guests attending.
    In the receiving lin-' were Mr.
    and Mrs Samuel T Sapiro, he's
    h tal president; Mr. and Mrs
    Stanley C Myers, board chairman;
    the Dr N'a'haniel Levin-, and the
    Hi 1 ;ch< 1 Leschels.
    ': Sapin I ,
    ith white bug
    .. chic bolero .
    eeves, was si I 11! bj
    pear-shaped diamond dr
    tiani
    Tall, svelte. Mrs. Lescl
    eral chairman, wort strikn .
    gray, tunic style satin shea n. with
    matching shoes and glo\ hei
    hair in a becoming Fren
    fant.
    Cerise double sheath p 1 u de
    soie for charming Mrs. Le\. pres-
    ident of the auxiliary, a
    with a provocative bcw.
    Lipstick red silk and line: ;hi ath
    for Mrs. Maurice Rich topped with
    a mink wrap.
    Mrs. Irving Cyptr,'.- pe: l-slim
    gold brocade with smart jac
    -old accessories.
    White for Mrs. Ray mono. Rubin,
    the heavy lace embroiderc .11 sil-
    ver, accented with turqu
    a while fox stole.
    Tiny white embroidered *
    Mi J ilius Spector's shea
    white was the ch< ici alsi
    David Stuzin and Mrs
    Rcchkini -I.U.

    Molly Picon's
    MISH-MASH
    11
    -. \
    l Honey. You
    ' -
    [ :hc time for all I
    worst 1
    :-'
    Hut to mo, time i trait
    in just
    ter. For years, s and
    I art in New ^ I .
    returned I ith -;, ial gift, a pi rtr; t oi
    mother that she I. The elderly lady scru-
    tinized the ei .1 minutes, then sa d SI
    you painted this ..11 by yourself?"' "Yes, Man
    replied. \ helped your" "No, Mama." rhe question-
    ing continued. "Sheila dear, tell me, how long did it take
    you?" "Sixmonths." Whereupon her mother exclaimed, "Six
    months? If you have so much time, why don't you join.
    Hadassah?"
    Well, Sheila is now a busy housewife, has two lovely chil-
    dren, and you know what!- She still finds time to devote to
    her painting. How ? With a little help from Rokcach. Remem-
    ber how long it used to take to make a pot of old fashioned
    mushroom and barley soup? Today, with Rokcach, it's ready
    before you're even finished setting the table. And what a
    delicious plate of soup you'll have! Tasty mushrooms, plenty
    of tender barley, a little this, a little that, just leave it to
    Rokcach. They know txactly what to put in. And talking
    abort ingredients, you can be sure, of one thing. Rokcach
    doesn't look for bargains. They use onlv the best, regardless
    of cost. So don't you look for bargains. Buy the finest Mush-
    room and Barley Soup there is ... Rokeac'li! Do I ever steer
    you wrong? And with cold weather here, you'll be glad
    to know that Rokcach makes many more home Style soups,
    like I omato with Rice, or Green Split Pea with farf'cl, (.that's
    J-.gg Barley to you younger generation).
    So join Hadassah, paint, scul] t. do whatever vou're interested
    in. Your family will lc well fed. Rokeach will take care
    of that I

    "'" iijr.i 1
    v J


    Friday. February 16, 1962
    * Jen 1st ncrkttar
    Page 5-B
    'Golden Book1
    Presented Here
    A "Golden 3J0k" has been pre-
    sented to Temple Adath Yeshurun
    by Mr. and Mrs Max Tobias in hon-
    r>r of tneir friends, Mr. and Mrs.
    Joseph Greenberg.
    The iook. v.hjch Mill,bear the
    names "M fri'V T~ and patrons, "was
    offerei during "Dedication Day"
    ceremonies Sunday at the Temple
    Tin )00k ..1 be placed in a
    . .. ,.
    tranci Sail i main building ol
    the T mple
    !; .' r, spiritual
    .,. .it T tda h Yeshurun,
    Ro rg, president, and
    i I.i!-''' i irman oi t h e
    i the gift in behall
    congi Cantor Abra
    !- -.sii'd by t li e
    i > inted 'hi' bless
    ines and hj :i t.
    Program ct Beth David
    !; Da primary depart-
    ment will prejenl a Sabbath pro-
    gram Sand a; norning, 10:15 a.m..
    i .nducted by Mrs Alex Stibel, with
    the assistance of Mrs. John Lund-
    bland n id Ml ; David Parnes.
    Enjoying the colorful decor, dance music, and atmosphere oi
    the Playhouse at Miami Springs Villas are these Cedars of
    Lebanon guests shown at the Auxiliary's third annual ball
    last Saturday. Left to right are Sanford K. Brcnstein, Cedars
    Hospital administrator, and Mr. and Mrs. David Stuzin. Mr.
    Stuzin is a Cedcrs vice president.
    Mrs. Korefzky
    To Get Award
    Mrs. Harry Koretzky, Torah
    Fund chairman of Temple Emanu-
    El. will be hostess at a luncheon
    to be given at her home, 6145 La
    Gorce dr., on Thursday, Mar. l, to
    launch the Grenje&Afjftmi effort, of.
    the National Benefactors Society
    "n behalf i the Jewish Theological
    Seminary of America.
    t her "years of service
    in the civic, cultural an i education-
    al dev lop lent oi her communi-
    ty," Mi K been chosen
    by : en......n-
    ; muni which
    : in New York on
    Mi r 1; le annual Benefactors
    Mi.'. the Waldorf-
    Astorii
    Mrs K iretzky is a long tune
    i ban F nd, which
    v as esta Iished iars ago by
    Nati gue
    'Mrs Kore zk% recently suffered
    he loss Oi" her son. Max Zcrler. and
    n tribute to his memory, leaders
    o': sisterhoods in the Greater Mi-
    ami area have recommended that
    members and friends make their
    1961-62 Seminary Benefactor. Spon-
    sor and Patron gifts to Torah Fund

    MXS. HARRY kORHZKt
    in his name." official* explainel
    h( re.
    Mr-. Nathan Spiegelman, Florida
    Branch Torah Fund chairman, is
    spearheading the special efiort.
    Mesdames Anna Brenner Meyers,
    Sam Sapiro. and Lillian Goodman
    are honorary chairmen.
    cdaAtfliatok
    JAN STERLING
    Celebrate Israel's 14th birthday
    at the Dior-Israel fashion show and
    luncheon, Friday noon, February 23rd
    at the Fontainebleau Hotel. You'
    see a premiere of designs by leading
    couturiers of Israel and translations
    of Christian Dior, all in fabrics
    from Israel. Commentaries by Jan
    Sterling and Carol Baker, staging
    and coordination by Jordan Marsh.
    THE DIOR-ISRAEL FASHION SHOW
    .


    ?ooe 6-B
    + If-nitf fhrrt&r
    Friday. February 16, 1962
    Emma Lazarus *" Grson ,0 **
    Has Program
    g roap of i! i is-
    ... noon at W i
    t. |( _.. g ft and Loan
    lattion building on Normandy
    bti ?:;Jer.e LabOVltZ, of Tern-
    : the '-' i
    "
    In ition of natioi
    i
    [ Hebi
    '
    Irs Na
    Glick ai Presi at is
    Brotherhood and Civil R,.
    ..ill he discussed by Sam Gyson,
    -. an'i radio personally .
    B'nai B'nth Women of Mian i
    .. i lesda] evening a*. Beth Da-. .1
    Auditorium.
    Dr. Rosenlhal Scheduled
    How Do
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    i '
    at a IT'.

    -. ai the :
    Y M
    Beadi PTA Will
    Hear Panelists
    v rth Bea< h E Sch
    " i \ ... be held Tue^
    :um.
    A pai uon on "Amer
    .-:. Will D-i
    i with -lack K
    - toi Miami N<
    as modi i
    . Matthev I. irida r
    ntati
    iociati instt

    is t s
    f Firsl
    tisl
    for Sunday night's Scopus lo jrganize the Sreater Miarn] ..
    \wardtestir onia dinner to Samuel Rothberg ioi oi the American Friends :: the Hebrew
    :,c ,.- righ! Me Mayer Abramo- Univei -- lerusalem and I
    ;.: ..- e Revitz, H. P. Tietse: Irving E once at Sunday s dinner at which the E
    Miller < The women met Balfour will be a special guewt
    Monday mon ng at the home of Mrs. Popick _________
    Rabbi Lehrman Urges Support of JHF
    Foundation Project of Miami Council
    Xh<- desin I late one's Fund Council of Greater Miami
    nami I hen t profound !"!ar1 *is *e,?k- ,. .
    . "The Foundation for the Jewish
    In tincti kno n to man Rabbi Nat|0nal Fund 5eeks tl) confer irn.
    Jrvini Lehrman. chairman of the mortality upon the individual by
    Foundation of the Jewish National linking hi- name with a glorious
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    ideal that has : -
    realit) a '
    jh the I indatioi '.
    Jews havi
    identify them selves I inlj
    the present, but the lim;:
    future as growth ar.d
    achievement- of "he State of Is-
    rael "
    According to Rabbi Lehrman.
    ' today, in this generation of Is-
    rael's reconstruction, there comet
    a new opportunity for building
    one s name into Israel's perma-
    nency. Today, you ma} include
    your name a> a living part of Is-
    rael, to begin in your own life-
    time, in ways which you yourself
    may designate, to commemoi
    your link with Israel forever."
    He said that "by melting the
    Jewish National Fond a bene-
    ficiary in your will, in reality
    you are naming the Jewish peo-
    ple as beneficiary and, in that
    sense, too, such bequests are
    eternal.
    'Eternal also is the memory of
    those who make the bequests.
    There are in Israel today many
    tracts of JNF land and I have
    seen them often upon which set-
    tlements have been established
    which bear the names of Ameri-
    can Jews whose generosity made
    these settlement- possible. Nach-
    alot. forests. Miles of Trees, and
    many other types of projects in
    I-rael honor in perpetuity the
    name- and the memories of the
    I donors who provided for the fu-
    ture of the people of Israel in their
    wills.
    "The future of the Jewish peo-
    ple is bound up with the future of
    Israel A Jew can have no proud-
    er satisfaction than the knowledge {
    that he or she has achieved a per
    petual share in the reestablish-
    ment of the State of Israel. His
    or her name, thus commemorated,
    will confer honor everlasting on
    all descendants."
    The Foundation has set a- it-
    objective for the year 1961 62 the
    raising of S5.000.000 This was
    jointly announced by Albert Schiff. '
    president of the Jewish National
    Fund of America, and Judge Ber-'
    nard A. Rosenblatt, chairman of,
    the Foundation. At the same time '
    it was disclosed that this year's
    special effort by the Foundation
    would be in tribute to Mendel N.
    Fisher, who. after 27 years of
    dedicated service as executive di-
    rector of the Fund, is retiring
    from his post at the end of the
    year
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    Tridav. February 16. 1962
    Jtnisf Ftcridiiir
    Pqge 7-B
    Miamian Named Special Assistant Attorney General
    ..:<; W. Ervin. Attorney Cen-
    tral r! thi Stat m Florida, an-
    esday the appoint-
    ] ewis F. Cohc:1.. Miami at-
    . i ; a> a Special Assistanl AI
    tomey General.
    n is the son ; Mr. and Mrs
    Mortimer Cohen, of Normandy
    lsl( Miami Bi i
    Cohen received his BBA degree
    from :hi' University ol Miami in
    1957 ai d his law di gr< t from the
    lurks in the presence of Deborah Kerr as she investigates
    noises in a 19th century mansion in this setn
    Innocents," opening Friday at the Carib, Miami Mil.tele
    163rd Street Theatres.
    Jack Benny Will Appear Here
    : ,./.,'. evi ning, Feb. 20. at
    , Beach Convention Hall.
    Miamians will bo a.ble to
    B< my in person as he
    i h Ihe University ol Mi-
    i ... i irehestra, Fabian
    v conducting, in a fund-
    concert.
    ill m .i r k Benny's 25th
    performance since April
    v hen he first appeared
    Oklahoma City Sym-
    mi er Alfre I Wallenstein.
    . manager of t h e
    -. > of Miami Symphony
    - id that all proceeds
    is special benefit concert
    . i i -tra
    We're holding the Convention
    ta a capacity of 4,412 re-
    .d seats," Mrs. Volpe said,
    i > affording comaletely ade-
    I viewing and hearing for
    t.ery patron at the concert."
    i
    appears in ci
    ius
    n ii rument which is
    i a' Hi- i t
    I \\i .- S> mphon> u ill be
    1 .:. 01 ietra in .-
    : L'niti i Stati A I eless
    he cl ma i his sei
    :. ut anj financial re-
    her than
    perenniall)
    Benny has oar: ards of $2.-
    00 for sj rchestra
    funds and other noti aus<
    His concerl i Toronto
    Sj mphony Orch -:...- n isi d
    200.000 -in Bond: Israel
    drive
    Pr< gram will in< "< arm-
    sal Overture." I > Dvorak S liti
    or String Orchi relli: 'An
    \merican in Paris."
    Rumanian Rhapsody No Enes-
    'o; and Caprici Sico-
    'ai Rimsky-Koi sak \
    Benny will p rfi m
    r-.erweisen ol Sa on-
    (erto for Violin i i -tra in
    I) maji r in ci orm.
    b> Bcetho'
    Furs and fashions SJafed
    : h& : remp'n
    ^ i shurun u ill ho its
    . ..: iir a:
    G Fel 21.
    II hlmht ol thi e\ ning will I
    :
    'Windjammer"
    Opens in Miami
    .
    - rii Sti i
    cl th eek
    Louis :. -'.....
    -i. Wi .: the Cm-
    - -
    - : Florida
    Miami, on

    -
    . .:. i ::i. : : : "This ; inc-
    VVednes-
    rliiy. Sai Sunda; and per-
    - evening Pnc
    c< ; i -.:.-..- fl r "(int
    Windiammer ta' er on a voyage along the route
    of Columbus aboard the SS Chris-
    tian Radich, a full-rigged Oslo
    schoilship, and sees adventure
    through the eyes of the youthful
    crew of modern-^ay Vikings. The
    young men are not sailors. They
    come from all walks of life to
    share in the thrills of traveling
    aboard an old-fashioned sailing
    ship. They visit 14 ports, and
    the;r adventures ashore are as
    exciting as their life at sea.
    "Wa has much to of-
    U r thos< ho enj j music, and it
    has variet) enough to please ail
    tastes from classical to calypso,
    _ New Orleans jazz
    quiet fi !k songs, from cello by
    ..-, .- ti steel-drum
    -.i mping I s the awesome Silver-
    ton > oi Trinidad. Tho background
    musical score a.- written by Mor-
    ion Gould.
    '. nh i rsitj 11 Miami in 1960 While
    rsity, *" o h c n was a
    member oi Iron Arrow, highest
    hi ..;>. and s rvi I as pre!
    u'ent of Omicron Delta Kappa, na-
    leadei ship honorary.
    He was also named to "Who's
    Who in American Colleges and
    Ur.ivers;ties," end served as a
    resident advisor for six years,
    acting as president ot th? M-i's
    Residence Halls Assn. In a-di-
    tlcn, Cohen was named to the
    Dear s L;*t in the School r.f Busi-
    ness Administration, and was
    e'ee'ed t-> msmbershi? in the Ac-
    counting Society, hghest ac-
    ccl "tinfl hensrary.
    ool, Cohen was
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    membership in Tan Kappa Alpha,
    forensic honorary.
    PresenJJy an attorney in Miami,
    Cohen is a member of the Amert*
    c ;.n Bar Assn.. Florida Bar. and the
    Dade County Bar Assn. He is also
    i meml er of i';c i H ol ''< tors
    hi (Jnivrrsi'y of Miami Alumni
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    Gables Optimisl Club, and a trus-
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    +Jeist>ncrXHann
    Friday, February 16, 1962

    JT^
    FRANCINl
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Francine and her husband. Lee Ruwitch. do everything together,
    j.nd it isn't just by chance that they both like the same things. Fran-
    Cine was born in Memphis. Tenn. In their faiher's woods, she and he]
    two brothers and two sisters learned to ride ar.d fish to become
    . ware of the greatness and splendors of nature.
    In 1950. Francine came to Miami, where her flair for modeling led
    her into that field. Then, she did secretarial work for two opthalmol-
    gists, which proved exciting until she met Lee a; a party and
    *.hat took priority. Lee WTVJ, and Francine finds his business most exhilarating. She goes
    with him to all of his professional conventions and diligently listens to
    1he lectures there. She keeps up with all of the broadcast news so that
    she knows what is happening here and everywhere. Mr. and Mrs
    Ruwitch naturally meet many differ-nt. un-
    usual and great personalities Recently, they
    were introduced to our U.S. astronaut?. FCC
    Chief Newton Minow. and President Kennedy.
    Obviously, they have a heavy social schedule,
    but manage to find time for traveling. Every
    once in a while, they enjoy a change of pace
    and enjoy going up north for skiing.
    Presently. Francine has decided to learn
    more about modern art. She is taking a
    course at Barry College, and hopes eventually
    to paint.
    She and Lee like to fish, and frequently
    go to the Bahamas for bonefishing. Francine
    recently won a ribbon for her tenand-a-haif-
    pour.d bonefish. The big news cf the moment
    is the 80-pound white marlin that she caught.
    It is being mounted and sent to Lee"s brother.
    Joe. in Denver. What can be nicer than that
    huge mounted fish on somebody else's wall?
    Vsually. the Ruwitches revive and release their iish unless they're
    out for a record.
    Since their marriage, Francine has become interested in the art
    of cooking as a hobby. They have also adopted a family that they help
    to support.
    Gracious and charming in her quiet way. attractive Francine
    proves the perfect mate for a husband whose wife finds his job most
    fascinating.
    * -*
    A THRILLING MOMENT
    ' Only a handful of women in the United States have the Woman
    cf |Valor pin awarded them by Israel Bonds. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt
    wa|s the first woman to receive it. Returnig the honor, the former
    First Lady, and everyone present, found it a very exciting moment
    here at the national Sponsors of Israel luncheon when Mrs. Roosevelt
    pinned the gold Woman of Valor citation on Mrs. Jack (Lillian) A.
    Cantor.
    , For the occasion. Mrs. Cantor wore a truly outstanding Christian
    Dir creation a white lace sheath dotted with appliqued pansy vel-
    vet flowers of beaded centers in heavenly shades of blue. pink, purple,
    yejlow and green.
    * *
    COMPOSER AT WORK
    [ It is supposed to be just a little quiet at the Dr. Irving Lehrman
    hoase these days. Belle's father and mother. Dr. and Mrs. Israel Gold-
    faijb, are visiting. Dr. Goldfarb served 54 years as spiritual leader in
    Brooklyn. He is now retired and living in Rockville. The Jewish
    Jitijrgical melody that sets the feet to tapping. "Sholom Aleichem." is
    his; composition. He wrote it in a very short time on the back of an
    envelop while attending a session at Columbia L'niversity. It swept
    the country. Years later, while Belle's sister was in Morocco, she
    heard it sung even there. Dr. Goldfarb is still busy writing music in
    '.his wonderful Florida weather, while Mrs. Goldfarb works on the
    xnitling she brought along. They take time out to get acquainted with
    their great-grandchild. Michael Bruce, son of David and Sandra Lehr-
    man. The Lehrmans' daughter. Rosalind, has incidentally turned out
    to be a regular Floridian. She went to school. Ilarcum in Philadelphia,
    but is now back in Florida. In one day. she flew up to Philadelphia,
    packed, checked out. hustled home and checked in at the University
    cf Miami.
    * *
    THE BEST LAID PLANS
    Way last February. Burt and Jackie Haft. Bernie and Judy Seider-
    man, and Norman and Rosalie Arkin took a cruise on the ill-fated
    Bianca C. Fortunately, it didn't sink that time. They all planned to
    go to Las Vegas and points west exactly a year from then. The time
    has come, but the Seidermans and the Hafts had to go without the
    Arkins. who couldn't get away. So the stay at-home Arkins ga\e a
    farewell party foi the other four, including Rosalie's brother and his
    wife. Jack and F.llie Taylor. They had dinner at the Eden Roc and
    saw Milton Bcrle The Saturday night card players, leaning o\er the
    mezzanine balcony watching the teaming lobby, noted that Jackie
    *orc a red theater coat over a red and white dress: Judy was in black
    sequins; Rosalie in white satin with a sequined top: and Eliie in a Hong
    Kong blue brocade sheath.
    * *
    COCKTAILS AND COKETAILS
    There had to be both kinds of cocktails at the Aged ar.d Teen-Age
    Twist party that was in full swing at the Marvin Zank house turned
    into a candy stik lounge for one night. Ellen and Steven helped their
    mother. Naomi, decorate the whole house with streamers and such.
    Parents and their teen-age offspring got acquainted with the mothers
    and fathers of their friends. Daddies danced with daughters, mothers
    with sons, and all kinds of combinations. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Som-
    berg and daughter Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baskin and Jackie. Mr.
    and Mrs. Sandford Faunce and Robin, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Engel and
    Mat and Karen, and the Al Zeiglers and Jan were among the winning
    combinations. Quite an idea.
    Weiner, Feinstein
    Exchange Vows
    The wedding band which be-
    longed to her maternal grand
    mother was used in the double
    ring ceremony uniting Michele
    Shari Feinstein and Harvey I.
    Weiner en Saturday evening. Feb.
    10. Rabbi Leon Kronish perform-
    ed the ceremony at the Balmoral
    hotel, where a reception followed.
    The bridal gown had a full taf-
    feta skirt, appliq.icd with lice and
    ^eed pear's, and a chantilly lace
    bodice embroidered with pearls. Whits orchids and lily-of
    the-valley formeJ the bouquet. Mrs.
    Stephen Puchs, the bride's lister,
    was her only attendar.1
    Best man t<- the bridegroom was
    'i- brother. Cera M M Weil er
    Serving a- ushers wen' Norman
    Weiner. Dav d Weiner. David Rich.
    Harry Shorestein, Harvey Schnei-
    der, George Lust.g, Alan Borfc and
    Stephen B. Fuchs.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
    >ph Feinstein. 1552 Biarritz dr.,
    the new Mrs. Weiner graduated
    from Miami Beach High and at-
    tended the University oi Florida.
    Her husband is also ;; graduate of
    Miami Beach High and the Uni-
    versity of Florida. His fraternity
    ,s Tau Epsilon Phi. He is the son
    if Mr. and Mrs. George Weiner.
    1135 NE 177:h st.
    AKer a honeymoon in Nassau.
    he young couple will live at Ft.
    Eustice. Ya where the bride-
    groom is a lieutenant with the
    U.S. Army.
    Werner-Kahn
    MRS. J. STANltY BtRTMAN
    Newlyweds
    Planning Cruise
    Sandra Phyllis Schwartz chose
    a short peau de soie frock trim-
    med with chantilly lace and car-
    ried white orchids and lily of-the-
    valley for her marriage to J. Stan-
    ley Bertman on Sunday evening.
    Feb. 11.
    Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated
    at the ceremony in Temple Beth
    Torah, and a reception and dinner
    followed at Chandler's restaurant.
    Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
    uel Schwartz, 1500 NE 160th st.,
    the new bride is a graduate of the
    University of Florida and served
    as secretary of her sorority, Alpha
    Epsilon Phi. Mrs. Ann Rheingold
    and Mrs. Marlene Goodman served
    as her attendants.
    The bridegroom is the son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bertman.
    17120 N. Miami ave. A graduate
    of the University of Miami, he is
    now teaching physical education in
    Dade county. His fraternity is Zeta
    Beta Tau.
    Serving as best man was Jerry
    Goodman, and Paul Rheingold was
    usher.
    A summer cruise is planned by
    the young couple whose new ad-
    dress is 2033 Calais dr.
    Ardmi rt
    NAOMI SUDRON
    v\ en
    MRS. HARVtT WtlHt*
    Miss Sudron,
    Medical Student
    Planning Rites
    Mr. and Mrs. Irvii Sw
    2360 SW 23rd ave. ar< am.
    the engagement of tbeil daughter,
    Naomi J.. to Joel Levin, son of
    Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M Levin,
    725 SW 25th rd.
    The future bride a graduate
    of Miami Senior High, where she
    was a member of Tri Beta Council.
    She attended th University of
    Florida, and is new a journalism
    major at the University of Miami.
    Her fiance is also a graduate of
    Miami Senior High, took p.e-med-
    ical training at the University of
    Florida, where he btlongei to a
    pre-medical honorary society, and
    is now in the University oi Miami
    school of medicine.
    PRACTICAL NURSE-
    COMPANION
    Foreign Born.
    Prefers Beach position.
    165 N.W. 47th Terr. (Upper)
    Zilber, Katz
    Bethrothal Told
    Mr. and Mrs. Moyshc Zilber. 287
    W. Mashta dr.. Key Biscayne. an-
    nounce the engagement of their
    daughter. Bebe, to Sanford Katz.
    He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Ixniis Katz. 1744 SW 17th st.
    Bebe is a graduate of the Uni-
    Versity of Maryland, and the pros
    jPective groom attended the Uni-
    versify of Miami.
    The couple will be married on
    July 1.
    Cardiac Hospital Gels Grant
    National Science Fovndation
    grant of $$11,625 has been awarded
    to National Children's i.ardiac
    Hospital in support of the Founda-
    tion's new cooperative college-
    school science program.
    The grant provides for a ivanced
    research study and trai-tng of
    forty nth and 12th grade -indents
    and eight science teacher- during
    the 1962-63 academic year under
    the supervision of Dr. Milfon S.
    Saslaw, director ; medical re-
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    i Building Fund
    To Get Boost
    Building fund rl the Bikur Cholim
    Kosher Convalescent Home of
    Greater Miami will benefit from
    the fourth anniversary luncheon to
    be held Wednesday noon at the Al-
    . giers hotel.
    Guest speaker will be Rabbi
    j Isaac Ever, of Auuda.h Israel He-
    brew Institute, a:id Olja I'avlova
    will present a musical program.
    Chairman of the day is Mrs.
    Icseph Keiser. Mrs. Edward Elkin
    tS president of the group.
    SUNDAY evening was the oc-
    - oi for a Combined Jewish
    peal reception at the Amen-
    hotel h :i;i ring Israel Anibas-
    -,.(lor \Iu'Kiel Comay. Welcoming
    . in the receiving line. Mrs.
    ,,. wore a gold silk jersey,
    r dress featured the dropped
    aistline which was banded with
    . arrow roll of gold satin.
    k chiffon was the choice
    Mrs Shcpard Broad. Sleeve-
    - and with a slashed bateau
    (ckline, her skir; had the clas-
    [ullness of chiffon. Mrs. Sam
    i nson, who's husband w a s
    irman of the evening, also
    h black. Her sheath was a se-
    (ii. embroidered silk crepe,
    ,! black scquined cashmere
    .iti r over it.
    Mrs. Nathan Gumcnick select-
    ., brocade ensemble of ombre
    turquoise and silver. Her short
    pi Idle jacket featured a sur-
    : lice, and was lined in silver satin.
    Mrs Meyer Baskin wore a full-
    h white satin brocade theatre
    over a white silk taffeta
    ,i ss. Fashioned in the popular
    hirtwaist style, it was printed in
    . butterfly motif of vivid colors.
    embroidered in ombre tones of
    ivory to charcoal with seed pearls,
    crystals and paillettes. Royal
    blue alencon lace was the color
    and fabric of Mrs. Carl Weinkle's
    jacket dress ensemble.
    Mrs. Rost Will
    Host Party
    i
    Greater Miami Women's
    iary. Jewish Home for the
    is having iis monthly birthday par-
    ty for the residents of the Home
    turquoi.se brocade dress and al Douglas Gardens on Sunday at
    jacket were the choice of 2p.m.
    MRS
    Mrs. Al Levinson. Her jacket
    featured the unusual detail of a
    small fringed pouf at the hem
    and to one side. Mrs. Stanley
    C. Myers w ore a gold llame
    sheath, with the slightly dropped
    waistline and blouson bodice.
    Mrs. Joseph Lipton's satin print
    ensemble featured the hip-length
    jacket, which was cut in a free-
    flowing line over a sheath. Red
    roses and green foliage combined
    in her print. A nile green chan-
    tilly lace short formal was worn
    by Mrs. Marshall Harris.
    Mrs. Bernard Stevens chose a
    gold llame brocaded and em-
    bossed sheath ensemble. Her hip-
    length jacket, cut in the Chanel
    line, was lined in a muted gold
    velvet. An apricot-colored chif-
    fon shirt topped with a silver
    bodice w a s the choice of Mrs.
    Jack Young. The long waist
    bodice was embroidered with
    caviar beads and star-shaped
    paillettes.
    As she has for many years. Mrs
    Samuel Rost will he hostess to the
    party in honor of her own birth-
    day.
    Music will be furnished by Irv-
    ing Pietrack and his orchestra and
    refreshments will be served.
    Mrs. Lawrence Silverman. pres-
    ident, and Mrs. Sol Silverman will
    extend greetings. Mrs. Lou's Ma-
    kovsky is program coordinator.
    At the annual Interiaith Institute of the Federation of Jewish
    Women's Organizations last week are (left to right) Mrs. Irving
    Lehrman. chairman; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president of the or-
    ganization; and Mrs. Sam Durgan, president. United Church
    Women.
    Book Review
    Set Wednesday
    JWY Members
    To be Honored
    Anna Brenner Meyers
    chose a black silk brocade
    with matching coat lined in gold
    -atm. Satin was also the choice
    ol Mrs. George Graham. Her
    flack and white print sheath had
    its >wn full-length coat trimmed
    with black mink collar. Mrs. Leon
    Kaplan chose black silk brocade j Members of the Jewish War Vet-
    in .-heath style, which was asy-! erans and the Ladies' Auxiliary
    m< terically draped over one hip, i in Dade and Broward county will
    taught in the back into a pouf, I be honored at a dance Saturday,
    and dropped into a pannier. J8;30 p.m., in appreciation of their
    Dramatic "black and red were ] work at the Veterans Hospital,
    combined into the ensemble Mrs.: The dance, given by the JWV
    A. J. Harris brought back from l Department of Florida, will be
    Hong Kong, and featured a red J held at Unified Hall, 2300 NE
    water-color brush design on the 171st St., No. Miami Beacli.
    lack silk sheath. Red silk lined
    her matching full -length coat.
    Department commander, Henry
    Norton, and Auxiliary chief, Mrs.
    Mrs. HylandRifas chose a black ] Evelyn Levine, said the affair will
    -ilk crepe sheath. Her decol-! be open to all active members.
    ice V neckline combined with the j Co-chairmen of the affair are
    traditionally-draped, crepe bod- Mrs. Kay Lingaton. of Hialeah.
    ice. A black eyclette bodice, with and Ainslee Ferdie, Coral Gables.
    .i white silk organza skirt, were
    nmbined for the one-piece gown ,
    worn by Mrs. Michael Goodman.
    \n oversized red cabbage rose
    Mr- Samuel Friedland select-
    'I a lutecia-colored silk chiffon
    heath. Her scoop neckline was
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    DR. PAUL CSONKA
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    Sisterhood and Parent Teacher of pickup is Mrs Henry Stein-
    Assn. of Temple Emanu-El. will be j)auser.
    held on Wednesday. __________
    Dr. Irving Lehrman will review Rabbj Abramowiti tO Speak
    "A Nation of Sheep,' by William r
    Lederer. Annual parent youth breakfast at
    The meeting will take place at Temple Menorah on Sunday morn-
    the temple's North Branch bldg., will follow services conducted
    77th St. and Dickens ave.. at 10:30 by teen-agers In the chapel at 10
    am a.m. "Ruach" session and break-
    fast will be in the youth lounge.
    Speaker will be Rabbi Mayer
    Abramowitz on "Youth and You."
    Goodman Hadassah Meeting
    1 R Goodman group of Hadas-.a
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    Wednesday evening at the Wash-
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    Assn.. 1133 Normandy dr. Program ?
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    *Jenislfkridfiar
    Friday, Febiucry
    is,
    1962
    The Courier
    Eden Roc President to be Honored
    By Jewish Theological Seminary Here
    Our apology to Ben Bronston, into whose building on Lincol Road
    Mail we' inadvertehtTV asSIgned-a new sidewalk cafe. Actuall} it's set
    :cr the 800 bloek Sam Cordova, chef at Cedar- oi Lebanon Hos-
    - eofiee shop, speaks 14 landau s and once a- ': interpreter
    for the Italian Army ... Dr. Sylvan D. Schwartxman, (it Hebrew Lmon
    in I incinnati, will represent the Jewish Chautauqua Societ> as
    ecturer al the Universitj ul Florida in Gainesville during Rclig
    Week there Feb 21 to 23 Sen. Margaret Chase Smith,
    Republicans fighting the GOPs far right, has
    ..]> membership cara in the National Ladies' Auxiliar;
    Jewish War V'eterai -
    We recall with pleasure th. 68th birthda.v party for Cede Cantor
    ., i by Israel Bonds hen b e Five year back. rmer
    President Harry S. Truman was the principal speakei
    an .iudier.ee oi almost a dozen governors am in
    ! lite, during a 1958 Democratic confi em an in
    inting tli" tremendous success cl that evenini el that
    will be main more lhan the 2.2000 who attended th<
    tion saluting cne ol America's great humanitarians
    daj next week at the Fontainebleau.
    Up a: the Americana, Sam Landy, president of tl
    - the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and national vice pres-
    as checked in to work with a larg< conth genl from the Quaker
    State at this weekend's national conclave Election of Mrs. Samuel
    Simcnhoff as president of the Greater Miami Women's Division of the
    Is, with Mrs. Louis Glasser moving up as state president, will
    be disclosed next week Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges,
    a ho will speak at the convocation ceremonies of the Jewish Theological
    . ry honoring former Beach Councilman Sam Halperin or. Feb. 27.
    !.:- Southern governor to push for Dixie industrial develop-
    on a scale big enough to pay off. Today, North Caroima leads
    . a>. with i and Florida not far behind.

    Dr. Avram Biran and Reuven Dafni, top-level executive- in the
    Ministrj oi Education, are in the United Stati I assist the
    1962 IMA drive for S95.000 000. Dr. Biran. director of the department
    oi archaeology and antiquities, is a Hebrew University graduate who
    is working with Gen. Yigaei Yadin in unearthing more significant finds
    n the Dead Sea Caves Dr. Solomon a. Freehof, president of the
    . Union for Progressive Judaism, has left on a two-month trip to
    South Africa to aid in the educational and religious life ol Liberal
    -: ci mmunities in that part of the world The American Jew-
    si Committee, under chairmanship of Gov. Herbert H. Lehman, has
    ed Thurqocd Marshall, Judge of th< U.S. Court of Appeals. Second
    C rcuit, as recipient ol the 1962 American Liberties Medallion. Pres-
    ticn is slated for Hotel Commodore in New York on May 5.
    Art continues to move to the forefront in Miami's cultural life,
    an exhibit of paintings and drawings by irwin Partr.-jyl at the
    . Corner Gallery, 1136 S. Dixie Highway, Coral Gables, set for
    :16 to Mar. 24. Charles R. Jacobson's one-man show oi ex-
    sionist paintings at the same location continues until Feb J4 .
    - en at Waldman's hotel, eating back to back, were Mr. and Mrs. Ben
    Nteyers and Ambassador Yaacov neriog, Israel's envoy to Cat :
    i ted gefilte fish, according to ace tubthumpcr Peter F. Heller.
    Sylvia Papier, ol Mt, Sinai, informs us that Dr. Leonard Laoinschn,
    psychiatry and net i \'A Hos-
    a largi group of nui al th W Ifson
    rium of I pital this week.

    lt;hik Manner, Inl known Yiddish
    Tel Aviv to be gu the 1 ry Socii \
    [otel As! n New I was
    Robert Frss*, vent to Israel last year as the Samuel Pa'ey
    rsitj i i Jerusalem. A Frost
    I Leo Cherna, I
    : .: coun-
    ; i lal rj lories
    ntists, Cr. Martin S. Belle, presidi Hearl
    ni. Dr. Howard M. Lenhoff, oi the li
    [n ect, which include -
    : ents
    Harry Mufson. president ol the
    Eden Roc hotel, will be guest of
    honor at a cocktail reception at the
    Eden Roc on Monday. Feb 26
    The tribute will be offered by
    , Jewish Theological Seminary
    cl America in recognition of Muf-
    unceasing endeavcrs to per
    pctuate the traditions ol Judaism
    ir his cleai awi r< ness I
    the import!

    Dr. L;uis Finktlsiein, chancel-
    lor cf the Semirary. wh;ch is the
    central institution of Conserva-
    tive Judaism, will attend the
    fete to extend his personal greet-
    ing tc Mu/s:n and to present to
    him an illuminated scroll attest-
    ing to Mufson s beneficent sup-
    port of the spiritual and educa-
    tional progra-ns of 'he Semin-
    ary.
    .
    leaders will i '
    ( Miami I each hotel
    -, ort ol
    all ma rreligii
    welfan i ausi brought fan
    tional reci i and numerous
    awards and citations from both
    Mayor Proclaims
    Brotherhood Fete
    See Pages 7-16 C
    A proclan i tii di signating the
    week beginning Fel 18 as Brother-
    hood Week has been issued bj
    Mayor Robert King High, of Miami.
    Asking all citizens to "believe.
    live and support those ideals and
    practices that will make Brother-
    hood an actual'fact in our lives.'
    Mayor High gave ni- official en-
    dorsement to the 28th annual ob-
    servance i I Brotherhood Week,
    which is spoi si red by the National
    I nference oi Christians and Jews
    The Mayor stated that "all eiti-
    lens should give much thought to
    their mutual understanding of all
    pecple, with regard to our com-
    mon humanity as the children of
    God."
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    honors for 1
    humai
    Jewish n-Jewish organiza-
    tions.
    Sponsors rf the reception include
    -,. : Dane, oj N'ew York: Samuel
    ,t Halperin, Miami Beach; Harry
    / Philadelphia; Morris
    Ruskin. Pittsburgh; Abraham .1.
    -., Ni Y IrKl Joseph
    Bosti '"'" Sher-
    ... i New York : Miklos
    :: Indii nap lis
    Ol the
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    Sans S uci.
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    |r addition to his interest "
    the E ten Roc ;- is chair-
    man '' the board ol tht -e-'erson
    Stsres. He was founder '- P'?s-
    iden' of 'he Vanderb Tire and
    Rubfcer Company ; vi the Old
    Clover D Still ng ::~r:nv. but
    HAHgf MUfiOH
    r? longer is
    eiiher linn.
    associate. o,
    Mill
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    ^ and he is nei
    the Knighl
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    played witl si
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    nik and M y P.con heads
    the support i g cast of "Come
    Blow Your orn the smash
    Broadway omedy currently
    stariing L 3 Fuchs and Dick
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    fJewlst) IHkridliain
    Paqe 11-B
    lor Betarsky
    Perform Here
    m. v b internationally-
    linger, will pre-
    ro ,2 l -. df Hebrew, Yid-
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    of ' 25, .i Mi ;i m i
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    i in .-. pr<
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    Df 1 gra luate ol ll
    Si r> ol Lenin^i ail.
    . a l, ading 1 .-.-- i
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    p >inc coi i ertiz ii
    1 .,!:." a
    4 eminent c n
    1 "i'o-i anini,
    B H i! /1 a s k i and
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    1 eini w )1! pn I
    a lish [ra
    ct aj e\ enii r
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    1 ', ( all over I ic
    t ' . laim !!' also
    1 i sic critic ai 1 i
    iv hi - books,
    1 v n the pro gram
    Wi M. Rosenberg, one of
    t ii ol the American
    Yi .;. Henrietta Shnitzer,
    ar i h... Gison, formerly of ilic
    Yi \ teater; Esther Bar-
    It st: I>. Horowitz and
    Jt- I /.I.' - ( nan.

    Dr. Goldfarb
    4^+ Emcmu-EI
    U' Isra ildfarb, rabbi emeri-
    A- Congregation Beth Israel
    gi.MH Emetti jf Brooklyn. N.V..
    fll be guesl o.-eacher at Temple
    nanu-EI or. Friday evening.
    I lier-ir.-lai* of Dr. Irving Lehr
    spiritual leader of the con-
    lion. Dr. Goldfarb is an emi-
    Sn: authorit] on liturgical music.
    Jar.;, of his original works and
    gementt are used for congre
    uil singing, for choirs, and
    ttnii rs thro ghoul the world.
    4 IK served his congregation for
    r< than 30 years, and was also
    flpri fessor of music at the Jewish
    ><< gical Seminary of America,
    ii:i he now serves in an advis-
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    Wth it 'i nt i om
    munit> le lers r presei ting mosl
    "f ihe ma jor i ities across the na-
    tion. Rabbi Pinchas M. Teitz this
    week inaug irated f r the i
    consecutive year here hi* cultural-
    religious program, "Dal Hasha-
    vua," Talmudic Seminar of the
    Air.
    Openinn broadcast of the season
    emanated from David Rosner's
    Sterling hotel on Miami Beach,
    where Kabbi Teitz is now vaca-
    tioning. The program is heard
    over radio station WMIE.
    Rabbi Teitz has also conducted
    mudic Seminar of the Air ten years
    age. The program features the
    teaching of a "Blatt Gemorrah"
    over ihe rad'O "in order to dis-
    scminate Torah knowledge to the
    Jewi-h people."
    Ragbi Teitz has also conducted
    the program in Chicago. Philadel-
    phia. Boston and Montreal, as well
    as in Israel and New York.
    Chairman tor the inaugural
    broadcast here was E m a n u e I
    Finkel. ot Miami Beach, formerly
    ol Elizabeth. N.J.
    Rabbi Teitz is Chief Rabbi of
    Elizabeth. N.J Dean of the
    Yeshiva there, and a member of
    the Presidium of the Union of
    Orthodox Rabbis of the United
    States and Canada.
    The program will be heard here
    each Thursday. 3:45 p.m.. over
    radio station WMIE
    Metro Commissioner Spaet Throws Hat
    In Ring for Circuit Court Group i
    Metro Commissioner Harold B.
    Spaet. who represents Miami
    Beach, this week announced nil
    candidacy t o r Circuit Judge in
    Group I
    The t'ir-t primary election i- sel
    for May 8, with a second primary
    scheduled May 23.
    A former Miami Beach associate
    municipal ju Ige and long-time Mi-
    ami Beach resident and attorney,
    Spaet twice has served as vice
    mayor of Miami Beach. He was a
    city councilman from 1953 until
    January, 1961, v. hen he took oitice
    u> Metro commissioner.
    Spaet, a practicing attorney for
    32 years, has served as president
    of the Miami Beach Bar Assn.
    Ke was president of Dade County
    League of Municipalities and is a
    former president of the Florida
    Municipal League.
    A : irmer vice president ot the
    Flori Stat Elks Assn., Spaet,
    ; .- mei iber of Miami Beach
    Kiwams i lub Loyal Order ol tor Circuit J
    ,1( ,nd Ki Pythias. "1 feel thai with my many -.-
    w. Beach with of ex| rienci ai the bar. a
    his v I their two cluid- an A ( Mun pal h
    ren both students at Miami Beach commissioner, I can best -<
    peop Dade county on th
    In his intention to run cuit bench.*'
    JUDGE H&RCLD SPAET
    Defrost Symphony Due on Beach
    MR. AND MRS. WOLff
    Wolffs Mark
    50th Anniversary
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolff, of
    841 80th St., Miami Beach, cele-
    brated their golden wedding anni-
    versary on Feb. 8.
    The celebrar.ts were honored at
    a dinner party at the Famous res-
    taurant tendered by their son
    Danny, also of Miami Beach.
    The Wolffs were originally from
    Brooklyn, where he was a well-
    known restaurateur. They have a
    daughter Mrs. Rita Ross. Miami
    Beach, and two other sons. Bernett
    and Manuel, living in New York.
    The couple also have six grand
    children.
    The noted Israeli pianist. David
    Bar-Ilan. will be guest soloist with
    the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
    Paul Pa ray, conductor, on Thurs-
    day evening, Feb. 22. at Miami
    Beach Auditorium.
    Bar-Ilan and the Detroit Sym-
    phony will appear at the third con-
    cert of the fifth annual program of
    the Community Concert Assn.
    He will be featured in Piano Con-
    certo No. 4 in G major, op. 58.
    by Beethoven.
    Paray will lead the orchestra in
    performances of Overture to "Mar-
    riage of Figaro," by Mozart; S)
    phony No. 2 in D major, op. 43. by
    Sibelius; and Prelude to "Die
    Meistersinger," by Wagner.
    Born in Haifa. Israel in 1930
    Bar-Ilan is a third generation Pal-
    estinian. Music is an integral part.
    of his heritage. His grandfather
    was a composer of liturgical
    music, and his father, now one of
    Israel's leading electrical engi-
    neers, is an accomplished pianist
    in his own right.

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    WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: Stars, the biggesl
    in show business, are all over the area this week mak the mosl
    Kclt'ns a: d bu:e*t chapter of the season
    Fir one thin ravishing Mitzi Gaynor, Ion? a favorite oi tnc
    screen comes to town preceded by critical acclaim for her mgnl cm:
    ,c the isarova room th -" 'l :"' : ,r."It
    lancer Is a figui hat's po]
    5ta e Her ne- acl onlj revealed twice previously, al the
    Fldniir, '- is, larl July an i December, is sure
    a : atten lai < r< tori i Casi va room dur.i tin
    he : mable multi ta Miss Ga nor appi arance thi .
    Few acts in snow bus.ness recently have cra,ed as much inter-
    est a-d excitement pricr to opening as this one. Recall n*r graat
    performances in the movies, especially in "Scuth Paciric,
    Anniversary," "Les Girls," and "The Joker is Wi'd"?
    is that you'll be lucky indeed, if you can get
    Casanova room to glimpse Mitii in person.
    Burns and Allen are also in town this week. B'.it only George Burr-
    is appearing before the show-going public. Gracie has accom) i
    her spouse here for his initial nighl club appearap.ee. at the I ompen
    room of the Eden Roc.
    Showmanship-wise, veteran of stage, screen and TV. George Burns
    spells great entertainment tor all who visit the Eden Roc this week.
    He has a wonderful cast of supporting stars, including the trumpeter ol
    the hour. AI Hirt. and his group of musicians, and silver-throated Vivian
    Delia Chiesa. also well-known to TV fans.
    Former school teacher Sam Levenson. always a big draw here
    has followed Buddv Hackett into the Cafe Cristal of the Diplomat
    l.evensons appeal has grown by leaps and bounds, ever since he
    subbed" for Arthur Godfrey on his network radio shows, and also
    filled in for Jack Paar on the tatter's "Tonight" show. Sam is more
    than a comic; he's a robust personality, a grand master of ceremonies,
    and his easygoing stage personality aftords many happy and relaxing
    moments for his usually enthusiastic audiences.
    He'll be supported bv Damita Jc. a big favorite at the Diplomat,
    where she's been featured previously in the Tack Room. Damita has
    come a long way on her own in the entertainment world since she made
    her first appearance here at Copa City Lounge, as a member of the
    Red Caps.
    Jack Benny is also due in. with his wife and former partner. Mary
    Livingston, who has. more cr less, retired from show business, allowing
    the man of the family to carry on his busy career .lack stars at the
    benefit for the University ol Miami Symphonj Fund nexl Tuesday at
    Miami Reach Convention" Hall. Yes. he'll play his fiddle, accompanied
    by the orchestra, led by Fabien Sevitzky
    eX -* *
    BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: An old Miami Beach ni lb fa-
    vorite, Leo Fuchs, has returned to town to co-star in a c lei hit,
    "Come Blow Your Horn." with Dick Shawn, at the Coconul (".rove
    Playhouse. Leo, long-time favorite of the Yiddish-American stage, had
    his own club or. the Beach in 1946 and 47 Another popular Yiddish-
    America! tar, Henrietta Jacobson, makes her fir t legil th< i
    appearance in "come Bio \ Your Horn.' The lead roles are ready
    made t r Fuchs, as the father, and Shawn, as the irrepressible bache-
    lor son.
    It's good news that Israeli singing star Shoshana Damari will
    return to the Mcnte Carlo's Exodus room on Mar. 8 for a limited
    engagement. Called "An Evenir.-s with Shoshana Damari," the show
    will be presented twice nightly, 9 and 11. Suggest reservations be
    made now.
    ig v ith t< levisi n
    last Sun .;> 's "The B
    Tasteful!; produced, the I was put irt to
    finish, and 1 am sure, nol one \ ewer lei his ej mder
    screen even for a second, because of I end appeal
    throughout.
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    WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES: "Windjammer." the
    Cinerama process, is now at the Florida, in Miam I the
    voyage of a Norwegian sehoolship SS Christian Kadi,'. thi
    route of Columbus. Fourteen ports are visited, and the native
    cusl ms are exciting!} screened. Matinee performs an
    given Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday at the Florida, in addition to
    regular nightly showings.
    "El Cid" continues its popular reserved seat engagement at the
    Roosevelt, with matinees daily at 2:30. and evening performances
    starting at 8:30. Starring two of the greatest cinema names, Charlton
    Heston and Sophia Loren. who never looked more bewitching. "El
    Cid" is a monumental movie of Spain's historical hero and his exploits
    in love and war. On wide screen, in Technicolor, it's a treat for every
    member of the movie-going family.
    Tennessee Williams' sizzling "Summer and Smoke" holds over
    , at the Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres, starring Lau-
    rence Harvey and Gerald.ine Page.
    One of the best musical movies in years. "West Side Story." con-
    tinues its reserved seat engagement at the Beach's Sheridan Theatre.
    Brilliant choreography distinguishes the movie version of the stage
    hit which stars Natalie Wood, easily a candidate for an Academy
    I Award on the basis of her performance as the Puerto Rican maid torn
    between love and remorse.
    "Judgment at Nuremberg." now playing at popular prices at the
    Lincoln, has three showings daily, at 1:45. 5:45 and 8:45. The povver-
    , ful indictment of Nazi judges, and their espousal of Hitlerian legal
    ! tactics before and during the war, is vividly portrayed by an exceptional
    cast, topped by Spencer Tracy. Judy Garland and Burt Lancaster, and
    brings to the fore newcomer Maximilian Schell.
    -* -* *
    NOTES ON THE CUFF: The talented Ducky Callas. the tub-thump
    ing comic, is back again in the Murray Franklin laugh-making crew.
    He joins veteran Frankic Hyers in the hilarious new "Blackouts.'' Cal-
    las just returned from an extended engagement at the Mardi Gras in
    Baltimore. Leading the Franklin fun festival are Vic Perry, the show
    stopping "King of Thieves," Kay Carole and her ad libbing partner
    Tommy. Freddy. Ross, the singing Cookies and the unpredictable antics
    of the boss man, Murray Franklin.
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    Win Morgan, who has his combo at Miami Springs Villas Carriage
    Club, doubles during the day as a physical ed teacher with the Dade
    county school system. Win attended Cornell, later graduated from
    the UM. As a musician, he's played with Lionel Hampton and Ralph
    Flanagan, among others, also toured Europe) with a band. He's a
    drummer.
    Westbrooke Country Club is jammed on Sunday afternoon
    whether the weather is good for swimming or not. Poolside sessions
    on Sundays include dancing, art classes, yoga classes, baton twirling
    classes for the youngsters and shuffleboard tournaments. Also popular
    are the recently started "charm clinics" at the club given by local
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    Jfyar ^yliitzvalt
    ,s a gift to sub-cribers, The Jewish Floridian will present free
    or the asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
    lequests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
    973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
    if the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
    lome address and telephone number. The corsage will be
    forwarded to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
    the occasion.
    O / i t u a
    othy rrattner; 18 grandchildren, and
    : -a l i. .i t -l r-.. ndch lldi en.
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    FERDINAND KAUFMAN
    7.".. ..! ;::i", I n.-k.-n- ..> 'i. : I- I.. 1!
    it. i m< here seven ar ..-" from
    x.w YmiI. and wn*i ;. retired grocer.
    Surviving are hi* if.-. Jean; two
    son.-. Robert ami Ronald* a Bister,
    Mis. Margaret W.....Iruff, nnd ..
    son. Services were Feb. 12 in l: \.i-
    sldi Memorial Chapel, Normandy Isli
    Ifor
    Jeffrey Mark*
    belebration of the Bar Mitzvah
    n y I., son of .Mr. and Mrs
    Marks. 5201 SW 89th pi..
    c v Sal rcla; morning,
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    . :. la .r. ;-.,v eighth grade
    High. He
    ixi :>ii< e in the &ch< ol
    uiid hu hoDbi< includi -oil
    tl ah.
    . parents I! spon s o r the
    l_ abbai on Friday niyht and
    ,\...ii.,-n u.i Saturday morning.
    John Farina
    p Saturday morning. Feb. 17,
    t: Mordecai Potict will offici-
    al th Bar Mitzvah ol John
    hna al Temple Jutiea.
    \r. eighth grade student at Kin-
    Junior High. John is a mem-
    SAMUEL LeNOBLE
    ..-.. ..i :-:'. SW iv.i.i at., died F< b. 11
    Hi- cami here seven yeafB1 agfl fr-on
    Paterson, N.J. Surviving nre iwo
    daughters, Including .Mi- Anlia I I 1 -
    helm; a brother, Joe LeNob e; .1 sla-
    ter, Mrs. Bessli W'.irh- and five
    grandchildren. Services vveri Keb 12
    in Riverside Memorial I'hainl, Sor-
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    sons, Robi 11 1. Jei 1 nnd
    his father, .1 brother, torn sister* In-
    . i..inu >!i-.- I > r..ilij Rott, and a
    grandchild, Services wen I !. 11 in
    Gordon l-'.Mi. 1 ..1 Homi
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    Steven Levy
    The Bar Mitzvah of Steven Ira.
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Levy.
    of 197C SW 17th ct.. will be held
    Saturday morning. Feb. 17. at
    (onoretjation Beth El.
    Rabbi Solomon Sehiff will con-
    Lehrman wiU oifici- duct the service.
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    is a seventh gradt -i
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    TO ALL GREETINGS
    "RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
    And Associate*
    Miami Jai Alai Fronton
    NE 3-3201
    IsCTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN 'ME CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUD ClAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C IL69
    WIU. M I: UtmSETT,
    i -i::.
    AX.--A Ri IfTH m HtSETT,
    I '. ndant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: 4NNA ROI'TH UORhBTT 1
    i xt, 1 Roji Ii Do s.-ii, ;ir.- here-
    l.y ii.ii'i.-cl 1I1.11 11 I'.niiplHint fur Ul-
    .. i.a- I.. n filed agalnal you, and
    i. i*ef|tiired to m rve copy of
    1..ir Answer t-r Pleading to th.* c\m-
    :...ni ..n 11.. Plaintiff's attorni y, .1.
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    N T r E : 'iC LT COURT OF THE
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    f.-C 1655
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    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    Tl '" HICK K El.I.Y
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    ' urn li Llroraft 1 'orp.
    I.etl pat,i. X.J.
    I"i >l" AKK HEREBY M iTIPIED thai
    a Complaint for Divorce haa been
    f| e.l agatnal you, and you are re-
    quired to aerve a copy of your An-
    , n\ver 1 .ilainl fl s ;,: iirney, UEORGE N. Mai
    IX'.N'EI L, .".hi Biacayne Bldg., Miami
    IS, hlorlda, and fil< the original An-
    swer or pleading In thi office i.f the
    < :.- k ..f the Circuit Court *n or h--
    fon the i:mIi das ..f March, IMS;
    ithtrwlae Judgment by default w-ill be
    ...-i against you for the relief de-
    ed In 1 1 'omplaint.
    DATED, hi Miami, Pade County,
    i- orlda, this tht ISth day of Fib-
    1 ary. A.D. IMS.
    K. ir LEATHERMAN, Cli rk,
    en- it Court, Dadi County, Florida
    1-..1I1 Bs M CAVALARIS,
    1.. puty i M.rk
    2 l-SS, :! 2-9
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    son ni Mr and Mrs.
    u ill h' > ome liar Mitz-
    Saturday morning, Frb. 17,
    pic Kmanu-KI. Dr Irving
    "i will officiate.
    ii lebraAl is a seventh uradt
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky wilJ of-
    ficiate, and Cantor Louis Cohen
    will render t"<' liturgy.
    Firtels are Hosts;
    Honor Maxine
    m
    rds
    NflV POLICY I
    Beginning with February 1.1
    here is a service charge for!
    all Bar Mitzvah nhntnoranhs
    _ ent ;it Ida M. Fisher Junior
    gh. hcrt' he is on the swimming Mr. and Mrs. Irving Firtel were
    He is also the recipient of | hosts at two affairs last weekend
    in science and mathema in honor of their daughter. Maxine,
    i who was Bas Mitzvah at Temple
    Emanu-El. with Dr. Irving Lehr-
    man officiating.
    At the conclusion of the cere-
    mony, a Kiddush-luncheon for over
    300 guests followed in the patio,
    which was decorated for the oc-
    casion with floral sprays of laven-
    dar and pink.
    On Sunday afternoon, a large
    group of Maxine's friends gathered
    in the Temple's Sirkin Hall for a
    teen-age hop.
    Among guests was Michael, son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz, who
    had just celebrated his Bar Mitz-
    vah. Maxine and Michael both at-
    tend the Temple s religious school,
    and are classmates at the Hebrew
    Academy.

    all Bar Mitzvah photographs
    appearing in The Jewish
    .Floridian.
    Announcements of Bar
    .Mitzvah celebrations will
    continue to be published
    gratis as before. The ser-
    viu charge is f o r photo-
    erjfPh.- only.
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    vajlable from .The Jewish
    rlfridian business office,
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    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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    TION TO SIERRA, according the
    ulal thereof reci rded In Ptal Booh
    . i pam '".. i-i the public recorda
    ol i u.i. County, Klo i
    Togi ih-1 with:
    ill-: LA '- K Ri fi igerator
    i;i-: ,i Ml-L Electric Range
    Venetian Hlinds;
    u.i > ni 'hi. required to file your an-
    .-.. tlvli th>- Clerh ..f the ("Ir.-ult
    Court .-f i'nil. County, Plordla, at
    :h, Courthouse in Mia'iii. I ...ii,la. on
    i before March 19, 196t, anil to serve
    i i copy of sucn answer upon DAVID
    P. CATSMAN, Plaintiff! attorney,
    I whose addreaa is 14th Floor al ii
    Baal i-'iati.-i Street, Miami M, Flor-
    ida, on .H before ald date, as re-
    Inulred bj the laws of Florida, it fav
    fail t" do s... the eomplalnl will h,'
    taken as oonfeaaed by you and a De-
    ,-it, Pro Confe'nao lll be entered
    i^iinst >on f.: the relief demanded
    in th- ir.i-hi nt.
    i'ATi l' niia '.Hi da; >'f February,
    V.X.J.
    E ii l.E VTHERMAN, Clerk.
    .'ii. K 'ouTIt) Florida
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    NOTICE IS HEREBY I ilVEX
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    NOTICE UNDER
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    IN t,,t C'Rrt T COLPT OC TH(
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. b2C 8.6
    RoSI .STEIN,
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    T< >: SOL KiNKELSTEIN
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    ir ..: thai
    . 1 1 1 la'nt fi
    1 YOl' ARE
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    : I'lal til":'? Ittorm-y,
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    the original an ei office of
    1!:. Clerk of 1 01
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    E-EVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 360 (EATON)
    JAMES A WELKER JR .
    .-.iff.
    M JANE WELKER
    1 lefendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO SARAH JANE WELKER
    Residi m L'nknown
    ,,. 1 B VRAH JAM-: WELKER
    I by notified thai a Bill
    < |ni for Dli : hat been I
    . *. .1.11
    Berve .....py of 0 ir Ans < r or
    \ ading to Hie BUI "f I 'oni|i aint on
    the Plaintiff's attorm -. F E. 1
    of ; : thardt, 'hi i-ii.- a- KI
    600 Alnsli y B
    1 r|d and file the 01 igli al Answei
    or Pli
    . : before the
    12th day of Man h. 1962. II
    do bo, j i'ii--. mem b will
    1 taken againsl s 1 foi he
    demanded In the Bill l nt.
    Tics notice shall Im published "n< <
    h week for four consecutive weekt
    in Till-: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al
    i-l.1 thin 2nd day of February,
    A.I'
    K 1:. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    1 ourt, 1 'ade "ount>. I lorlda
    (seal) Bj m ''.w.m.aiiis,
    1 leputy Clerk
    P E. Gotthardt of Gotthardt,
    1. & Khepai -1
    41 0 A ill -!% I'.llililing
    Miami :::. l-'la PR J-26f :
    a- 101 in > for Plaintiff
    16-23, il 2
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DAD? COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 545C0-C
    IX RE
    WILLIAM H MILLER
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    BY HENRY LEONARD
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    LEGAL NCT CE
    NOTiCE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE I.- 11 1:1.1 \
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    BLANCHENECHKB
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    H 1RRY ZCKERXICK
    V11 orni f 1 Executrix
    12 Lin ( In Rd Miami Beai li
    2-9-16-3
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES that
    desiring to engage in
    undi : thi flctltl .- nan 1
    CARLYLE I EACTY S wA IN ii J13
    T1 si street, Miami Beach, Florida In-
    ; nds t" regUti r --,i't nami
    1 ;\i rk of Hi- Circuit Ci 111: : I lade
    County, Ploi
    MIONUNNE BRET! N
    SMITH ft HANDLER
    \- rneyi for
    Mignonne Breton, I b .1
    iaki.vi.i-: BEAUTY SAL' -N
    Bi; Harrj B. Smith
    1 26, 2 2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 1272
    v.- u.tki: DELOADO,
    Plaintiff,
    va.
    I ERENICE OCHOA DELOADO,
    11- i. ndant.
    NOTICE TO APPEAR
    T'i: BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO
    Residence L'nknown
    You are hereby notified that a suit
    for divorce has been filed againal you
    In tli- above styled court, and you
    are required t" serve a copy of your
    Answer or pleading to the Hill of
    Complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
    <:i:0Ri:k N MacDONELL, 504 1:is-
    cayne Building, Miami, Florida, and
    file tlu- original of the same in the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 12th day of
    March, 1S62.
    if you fail to do so, judgment ly
    default will be taken against you for
    Ho- relief demanded in Hie Bill of
    Compla int.
    DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
    1'ail.- County, Florida, tliis .".th day of
    February, A D. 1962.
    K li LEATHERMAN
    Cli rk, Circuit i 'ourt
    (eal) B] K M I.YMAN.
    Hi-1'Utv Clerk
    2/9-16-2.1. 2
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 1205
    MARTHA INEZ <: 'Mi:/.
    Plaintiff,
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    ANTONII GOMEZ,
    I lefendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO \\T< i\l" i'.i'MKZ
    rou, ANTi iNUl tlj 'Mi:/., are hi re-
    by notified ili.'it A hill ..r" < 'omp
    for I' ii.. been j'io d at
    yi-ii. and you ar< required to si
    copj nf your Am -ei or Pli adli to
    ii,, -,: c.,.i in
    attorney, ALVIN N WEINSTEIN,
    M |L? in Miami 82, Plor-
    i i n ''ii.- -.i I \i, a.
    Pleading In ih. office ..f th i lerk id
    tl-. Clrault Com I on or 1
    ii ,. oiAMan I 1962, li you t
    do i t
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    manded In the 1
    . n Vi eek for t .- i onaecul
    in i ; IK JEW ISli VN.
    DONE AND ORDERED al M
    Plo i this 2i il daj of Pebru \.
    A.I'
    i: B LEATHERM W. Clerk
    i circuit Com i. i 'ad.- i "ouni
    Bj M CAVALARIS,
    1', puty Clerk
    2,9-ltl-.
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring t" engage in
    business under t ho fictitious name "f
    MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE al
    !".: North Miami Avenue, Miami.
    Florida intend t" register sai.i name
    with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
    i ladi Count). Florida.
    LEON SHEINPELD
    BARNETT PHILLIPS
    HAROLD GOLDMAN
    Vttorney f.-r Applli anti
    l'" s E. 1st Avenue
    Miami, Florida
    2 :-!'-l6-2S
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 54985-C
    IN RE: Estate of
    GERTRUDE BMOLEN a k a
    GERTRUDE SMOLENSK?
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estates
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims anil de-
    mands which you may have against
    Hi. estate of GERTRUDE SMOLEN
    a k GERTRUDE SMOLENSK? de-
    ceased late of Bade'County, Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    ty, and file the same in duplicate and
    as provided In Section 7SISI.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
    ty Courthouse in Dade County, Flor-
    ida, within six calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    of, or the same will lie barred.
    Dated at Miami. Honda, this 18th
    day of January. A.I). 1962.
    HAROLD MANN-
    As Administrator
    ARONOVITZ, SILVER \- SCIIER
    Attorneys for Administrator
    101 Alnsle) building
    1/26. 2/2-9-16
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
    N. .TICK l!- HKHKliY G1VI.X
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    II
    B. & R LOUNGE al ; V>
    -..,- tei Id name
    with the del f tl
    l lad. C unt>. Fli
    LER' IT R HESLIN
    WILLIAM M. DUNN, JR
    KrXSI.ER .v GARS
    -.
    '.:!- .- w 1st Stn
    >.16-!
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No 48809-C
    IN RE: E tan ol
    .1' >SEPH WEINSTEIN,
    I- .....
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR D STRlBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    NOTICE i" hereto given that I hav.
    fill .i my 1 m.,1 is. port and I
    for Distributl n and V ii-.il 1 'Is' harg<
    a- Executrix ol till estaU of Jof-EPH
    WEINSTEIN, '..... and iliat on
    the l-th .l.i\ .f March, 1962, w
    ply to ih- Honorabli Ci inty Judges
    of I'a.l. County, Florida, for approval
    ol .i .i Final Report and for dfsti Ih i-
    thin and final dlschargi as Executrix
    of thi estati I l abi ve-named d< -
    cedent. This i-i'i day of February,
    I!"'..'.
    s MARGARET PINE
    A- Bxei uii ix of the I
    Joseph Welnstein, Deceased.
    MYERS, HEIMAN ; KAPLAN
    Attorn.js
    1150 S.W. lsi Sir. t
    Miami, Florida
    2 16-23,
    LEGAL NOTICF
    NOTICE UNDER
    F'CTITIOUS \A.1t LAW
    SV.ti S that
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    -I \\ CLINIC at 10S
    I i.evard Mlai Pia
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    :
    TRl JANWILL, INC
    .....wnei
    MARX PABER
    Attorm Al !. ant
    : 2 2-9
    IN THE CIRCUIT CCoRT OF --, c
    ELF.VENTH JUDlC'tL C RCUi" ncll
    FLORIDA. IN AND 'OR DA|- =
    COUNTY. FLORIDA IN '.HA
    No. ere ::-
    W VLTER SCtJTT Rl / TTI i
    .....HULL '/.
    I n Ife,
    I'lii ntlffs,
    vs.
    ILAS -I K I: v i UNA I
    ; It : ;.l Ills.
    NOTICE BVP.il C* TI0I.
    Ti i 'i :i. \s i i.
    MIX A i: KEN"
    i: d< in I nk
    yi -i and each ;
    thai i ('ui 'i
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    . it-coi'I'd In -
    Pagi V of lln I Reci.l
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    ,-.-n filed i i
    ......reil to servi
    a I MeadI | I '
    I'laintlfl itto-rn
    GOLDSTEIN ..!
    Street, Mian
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    to do si
    111 be filed hgi
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engagte in
    buslnesn under the fictitious name of
    NATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND MA-
    CHINERY ai 7:,:i7 N.W. l'TUi Avenue,
    ! ii Florida Intends to n
    said name with the Clerk of t'> i r
    .nit Court of I ladi County, l- lorlda.
    ALEX sam a i.i' IN, Sole I w
    1 ioldsteln a- I'acsii i
    -1 \\ i'....
    Florida
    At torn, i foi Registrant
    2.2-9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Vi .'rice is HERKHT OIV EN thai
    the undersigned, de Iring to engiage In
    in -, un lei is nami
    r. I B \\ KRE -'I -1 '-I S W
    I la intends to
    srlth I he Clcr
    I CoS Da.i- ''
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    H. ROBE1.....'\\
    . j foi Wllllard i. si. i :
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    Miami, Elorl la
    1-16-31
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 834
    .!. s. GLEASON, JR as Administrator
    of Veterans Affairs, an Offlcei of the
    United stai-s of America, and his
    sui essora In such offlci. and lii> or
    their assigns,
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    BURTON I. WHALIN and ANNA
    K. WHALIN, hla wife.
    Defendants
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: BURTON I. WHALIN and
    ANNA K WHALIN', his wife
    Residence l'nknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a suit has been brought againal you
    by J. B. GLEASON, lit. as Adminis-
    trator of Veterans Affairs, an officer
    of the United States of America, and
    his successors in such office, and his
    or their assigns. In the above-entitled
    Court, to foreclose a mortgaKe en-
    cumbering the following described
    proper! \. to-wtt s
    l*>t 4. Block 39. REVISED PLAT
    OF A PORTION ol THE FIRST
    ADDITION' TO CAROL CITY, ac-
    cording to the plat thereof recorded
    In Plat Hunk il-i. at page 85, of the
    public records of Dade County, Flor-
    ida;
    ind you are required to file your an-
    swer with the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dad.- County, Florida, at the
    Courthouse in Miami. Florida, on or
    before February 26, 1962, and to serve
    a copy of such answer upon DAVID
    P, catsman, Plaintiff's attorney,
    whose address is llth Floor al 1"!
    Ea-i Flagler Street, Miami ::j. Flor-
    ida, on or before said date, as re-
    quired by II" laws uf Florida If you
    fail to do so, the complaint will be
    taken as confessed by you and a De-
    crei i'iii i lonfi sao will be i
    against you for the relief demanded
    in the compla Int
    DATED ihis 24th day of January,
    1962.
    B. B LEATHERM v N
    ci. rk "f the Circuit Court
    l lade "ounty, l- lorlda.
    (seal) Us M CAVAL MtlS.
    I >' puTy i Mi-rk
    ||\V]|| P, CATSMAN
    i uii l- loor at : >1 E. I lagler si
    Miami 32, Florida
    1 26, -' .'-9-lfi
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
    No. 54993- B
    iN RE r .-
    - Nil; BRl ITHERS
    -
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    "ri || nd All I'ei I;
    ... .- !--:.. Against Said
    "i...... i.i < bj ii. tlfh 'l
    .
    .vhlch
    thi estate of FANNIE BROTHERS
    di .. d lati ol Da le County, l- .-i
    Ida, to the County Judges -! Dade
    ml fi:.- the sami
    In thi Count; i isi In
    i a unty, Florida, within six cal-
    .....nths fmni the dat< of the
    fii st ib li ai Ion hi r< ':. oi I hi same
    i red
    - HENRY I Al Tl R
    - KITH i-ACT' IR
    ' loldn an, ioldsteln 6 Pai z
    Attoi nej s
    . I W Flag!) r St,
    Miami, Fl.c nia
    .. s i-i-2a
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring i" eng
    business under the fictitious name ..:
    NASH N BLIXSK1. I'A at Tl .- V\
    f.2nd Avenue, South Miami, Florida
    Intend to register said name with the
    Clerk of the circuit Court ol Dade
    'ounty, Florida.
    NORMAN .NASH. M D.
    MAURICE lll.l.NSKI. M D.
    IRVING .1. GOTTLIEB
    Attorney for Nash A.- Bllnakl, P.A,
    1 26, J 2-9-16
    NOTICE UNDER
    F'CTIT.OUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    thi de*liLng to i ii-'ac In
    i
    i lilllng.
    cult I I'
    nn i
    oH EN c 1102
    int.-ii i I" n
    CI ik of thi
    ' .' inty, Flori la
    IRVING WALTM \ N
    \LBERT N. CI >HF"
    1/26, 2/2-9-16
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 835
    J S GLEASON, .lit as Administrator
    of Veterans Affairs, an officer of tic
    United States of America, and his
    successors in such office, and his or
    their assigns.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    JOHN D MARX and ESTHER
    It. MARKS, his wife.
    Defendants.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    TO: JOHN D. MARX and
    ESTHER R. MARKS, his wife
    Residence l'nknown
    YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
    a suit has been brought against you
    by .1. s. GLEASON, lit as Adminis-
    trator of Veteran* Vffalrs, an Officer
    of the United States of America, and
    Ins scissors in such office, and his
    or their assigns, in the above-entitled
    Court, to fui. close a mortgage en-
    cumbering t h e following described
    pi operty, to-wlt:
    l.oi 23, islnck I, of WEbTWOOD
    LAKE, according to the plat there-
    of, recorded In i'lat Hook r,7. at
    page 29, "f the public records of
    Lade County, Florida;
    and you are required to file your an-
    swer with the clerk of the Circuit
    Court of Dad. County, Florida, at the
    Courthouse In Miami, Florida, on or
    before February 26, 1962, and to Berve
    a copy of such answer upon DAVID
    P cats .man. Plaintiff's attorney,
    whose address Is I ith Flooi at i"l
    East Flagler Street, Miami S2, Flor-
    ida, on or b< i'ii a Id date,
    quired by the laws of Florida, If you
    fail to do so. ih.- complaint will i...
    taken ai confessed b> you and a De-
    cree Pro Confesso will be entered
    against you fur the relief demanded
    In the complaint.
    DATED Uii -lib day "i January,
    .
    1- I! LEATHERM \ N
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    i nd.- i lount). Florida.
    eal) Bl M CAV vLARIS,
    Deputy Cl.-rk
    DAVID P. CATSMAN
    Mth Floor at 101 i: Flagler St.
    m ami --. Florida
    l j... 1 J-9-16
    i: B LEATHl I '
    eal) By: M. i UtlH
    i'. put:
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TheI
    ELEVENTH JUDIC L CIRCUIT 0!
    FLORIDA IN AND 'OR DADE
    COUNTY. IN C-ANCERY,
    No. 62C 309
    MARTHA J. MINOR.
    tiff,
    \ s.
    :s C MINI R,
    1 'efcndnnt
    NOTICE BY PUELICATION
    I \ > I !' i M' Vi
    23 N. i learborn I
    Philadelphia, Penm Ivai I
    YOU ARE HERE! V S ITIFIED I
    ., Bill of Complaint for Divi.n
    filed against you nd Yl d' UtB|
    HEREBY REQU1R1 I ve B
    Answer '' the Bill i
    nlaint on the Plalnl Attorm
    HEN ESSEN, ESQ 1"! I s. .
    Building. Miami S2 Fli rlda. an I It
    thi "i Iginal answi r in the
    .".rk of ih- Cln ill Cou '
    fon March 12th, I9i. In rti I
    whuh the Hill of '"' iplaint will
    taken as confeased against >"J
    Dati d Pebruai) 61 l*2
    i: Q LEATHERMAN, Clerk
    Circuit Curt. I' idl ,i,r I
    I-...1, BVS K M I.YMAN.
    Deputy cleik
    2 ii-if. .
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0l'
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
    No. 55142 A
    IN RE: Estate of
    BEN .lACi IW1TZ
    I lereasi d
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    ;v All Creditors and Ml l
    ins claims m Demai d- Against -
    Estate:
    You are hereby nol i d and
    ed i" present an) claln and dem
    which Noil may have ugainst thi
    late of BEN JAi I W1TZ di
    late of Dad.- County, Florida, to
    County Judges "f Di li County, ii
    flli the sam. in dupl ate and
    -. ..led iii Section 1 Ploi i
    ai.s, in their offices In the I
    Courthouse In Dad.- County. Flm
    within si\ calendar months from tl
    time of the first publication lo-i- '
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, til
    day of February, A 11 1962.
    SARAH .1AcoWIT'/
    As Executrix
    First publication ol this notice
    j the '.'Hi day of February. 19*2.
    Publish once a week for four
    consecutive weeks in The Jewu
    llorldian
    C.oldman. iloldstein & Paciicr
    Attorneys f..r Executrix
    2302 W.st Flagler street
    Miami, Florida.
    2 !-16-2n.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 62C 1319
    HELEN ANNETTE Mi ELWEE,
    Plaintiff,
    \ s
    ii ISEPH McELWEE,
    Defendant.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO. JOSEPH Ml ELWI E,
    a.M Sergeant
    Serial No ai #AP 12028151
    464th Supply Squadron
    Box 187
    Pope Air Fop Bl Si N Cat
    ii. .li iSEI'll Mi ELWEE. an
    otlfled ih'i a Hill of Coinp
    Yc
    by
    f..r Divorce has been filed
    you. and you are requlfed to sei
    . opj uf your Answ.r or Pleadh
    the Bill of Complaint on thi P
    in s attorned RICHMl iND S
    HER, ine Lincoln R >a<
    Miami Beach 89, Florida, and
    original An- wei or Pleading
    office ..I tb. ci, rk of the
    ' ..... ..ii .. i fore the 9th
    March if you fall I"
    bj default Will
    ai-ailol vo'i ''. ll.....
    in tin- BUI of Complaint.
    This noli., shall be published
    .. ,, li u ... k foi four cms. i 'Hi\ wei
    In THE, .IK 11 i M'IAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al M
    Florida, thi 71 < of Pebruai
    A.D. 196
    R n |,l THERM VN. Clerk
    Circuit Coio Dade County. Florin'
    (seal) !' K M I.YMAN.
    i 'eputy Clerk
    RICHMOND FARBBR
    By: Donald Parber
    ah.u-n. j s foi Plaintiff ,
    2/9-16-2:1,
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    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DmUh
    COUNTY. IM CHANCERY.
    No. 62C 1498
    ANNIE M. K \ I \ ES
    I'lalnl Iff,
    \ w
    Hi >\VARI> \ IN!:.-.
    I lefenil ml
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    Tl Iii >\\ Alii \.....~
    You. Howard Vines .........
    it...t Mi.ii .i I'omplalnl for Divorce
    hus I.", n filed .r...i a-- yu I. ami >"ii
    are i eiiulred to serve .i i up} '
    Ai'sw. ; or I'!. idlng i" ihe
    Plaintiff's attorney, -l David
    l.i.l.m in, 2ii s K I'ii-i Avenui Ml
    ami, Klorida, and file the original An-
    bwci oi I'leading i" the offli hi
    Cli rk of the Circuit Pom I un i>i '
    ton in. 19th .1 ii of March, 191 II
    v..ii fill :.. do so, judgment I'}
    will be taken agamal you foi the
    relief demanded In the Hill "f Com-
    plaint
    Imi.M-: AM ORDERED .ii Miami,
    I i..1 Ida. ilii- i-'iii da} ol Eehi uar>.
    A Ii 1962
    E. is. LEATHERM VN, I '! i k.
    i-li. un Com i. I lade fount} Klorida
    CraI) B} : K. M. I.YUAN
    I >eputy Clei k
    .1. DAVID I.1EP.MAN
    lm s E Ural Ave.
    Miami, I- lorid i
    Mtornei for Plaintiff
    2 16-23, 3 2_-9
    IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 62C 1051
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    SAVINtiS BANK,
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    ATTORNEYS!
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    solicits your legal notices.
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    patronage and guarantee
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    rates .
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    LEGAL NOTICE
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    . i ..- ii',-' you
    Dated lanuar} -". I'*''-
    B I! l.l'.A ["HERMAN
    Clerk it the Chi nil '' '" ,.
    E H. LAN WAT.
    I leputy Clerk
    M Ml i-'.N KINK
    Attorney for 1'laintlff
    mil Elooi I'.'i" P "" '! Bulldtng
    Miami 12, rlorl la
    . i, .
    IN The CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    ASO FOR DADF COIIN-rv.
    FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 62C 656
    EtaiKV \TER SHSNS and
    I \\H'.- \'. i sl.VNN.
    I'
    RALPH UOBISINS. SKI PPT
    \"i:'.' \ mi:i. Ai'i.Ki:. mi ri'HKi.i.
    :il, Mi H.LY Hi IRNE and
    i K II VI PER,
    I'. lunis
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    PH III IMRINH
    . | House Apartmei -
    .,'.". '..ii'ii- Al i (.
    i Bi ach, hlorida
    \i HELL P MILLER
    V HORXE
    - : ". I ..I keS
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    hlorida
    V NORMAN
    ,'ii.l\ snk LotinRi
    rk Ai ii"-'
    I Beach Pirn Ida
    v II KREBY XI 'I'll- I EB
    - i.....ii In nUKhl nuiiin- I
    tt VTER SPINS and I \ MEM
    \ S \'. plaiirtlffa, i" fon low i
    . '. mi partlculai 1} di -
    the Complaint filed In I
    li. m M. .i.l bers the follow -
    Hi, i ri ..|,,-.i i ail uati 'l
    nty, Florida, to-wlt
    i ft ..I the s so ft "I
    ' OCEAN I'H' 'NT AMEND-
    KH I Book '. Paees : and H,
    . (|, f l "! Count}
    i k '.i 2206 I'ark Ai enur,
    leh, Fl.....In, being the
    . ,i. scribed in thai
    . from I 'ark Avenue Real!}
    : .i. ii. Halper, rm orde i n
    h Mil.', r.i and aomel
    :i- being in i ii 'in l'' ""'
    if. 2, al Page I
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 62C 656
    i:i:i:\\ avkp spins and
    iami:.-' m-'.i.ynn.
    pi ili
    RALPH ROBBINS, SKIPPY
    NORMAN, MELADLER MITCHELL
    p MILLER. MOLLY H 'i'.NK
    KLi iRENCE HALPER,
    """Notice of suit
    PT> >RENi 'E HAI PER
    11 Riverside I'" K isi
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    New Turk, N Y ....
    1 >| ARE HEREBY N"
    . -. R SICNs i
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    and you
    i i file your Answer
    with Un 'lerk
    :. i i'..uit and to s
    ..i ..n plaintiffs' atl
    .......'"' '
    inn !- ribe I pi I ert} situj.1
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    NOTICE BY PUB'.iCATlON
    IN THE C'RCU T COtl" OF THF.
    ELEVENTH JLDiCIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORiO* 'N AND cOR DADE
    COUNTN IN C-ANCERY.
    Ni 62C 3'5
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    SUIT FOR OI\ ORCE
    f Rl >RERT s W i
    Addreas I'nknow n
    y.i BOBERT s WOOD an hi
    ... notified thai i I'.ill of '"">l'l:i>"
    ... Dlvon-e hus I....." "1-'1 ";ll"'i,
    ,.,.;. ;,,( you are reu ilred tn JJJ-ve i
    bopv of your Answer or Pleading lo
    the" Bill "f ''"'''''""',"""'':'.,,'",,;
    Iffs attorne} James > Mc\'lfh. .1'-
    sv Elagler Street. Miami SB, Florida
    ,n,l file Hi- original A"-*'*'0'?"."
    in the office of the ;'i.-rk ..f the < -
    cult fourt on or before the 2h day
    of February, 1962. >"" ,:"' '
    :'. i,.!,M..n' '- defaull will be taken
    gainst you for the relief demanded
    in th.- Rill of t'nm#iini.
    lnThfs not..... shall be published once
    each week for four """"J .wwl1*
    in THE JEWISH PU>RIDIAN.
    DONE \NI' ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida. q this 84th day ol January,
    A D k"p. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
    circuit Court, Dade I'ounty. Florida
    (seal) B} M CAVALARI8
    i ..;.!; lerk
    JAMES J McVEIGH
    \" -" i" Law
    .,. \\ Fl iglei Miami, Fla.
    t > foi Plal ._,_,,.,,.,
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
    ... IIld,ra|gne.l lesli % to engage In
    . \ n vP.i'l IS Ri 'EB I > al '-j
    .X '

    KIT II PATTERSON,
    1 trfendants
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    Tl i K IT II I' VTTERSI IN. and
    mm li 'I li'-i unknow n spn isi
    If alive or if dead, hi awn
    heirs, devisees, legatees, grantee*,
    assignees, llenors, ci editors,
    ti ustees ami 'II parties hai Ing or
    claiming i" have any right, title
    ..r Interesl In the pi opei t}
    desci ii" 'I herein
    Y'.m .ii- hereby notified that the
    aboi i aptloned action has i n in
    stituted against you In the Clrj
    Court "f ili" Judicial Circuit "f Flor-
    |da in and roi l>ade Count} to fore-
    close a ii" rtgage upon the following
    described real propert} :
    Lot 6, Block 103 Third Addition i"
    Carol Clt> according '" tbr Plal
    thereof recorded In Plal Book al
    pnKr |i3 ,,f the Public Records of
    Dade County, Florida.
    Yon are required t" fil" your an-
    swer i" plaintiff's complaint with the
    Clerk "f the aforesaid Court, and
    serve a copy thereof upon plalntm *
    attorney MARTIN KINK 14th Floor
    Dade Federal Building, Miami 32.
    Florida, not later than warcn 1962.
    or :, Decree Pro Confesso will i- en-
    tered agnlnal you.
    Dated: January :i", 1962.
    K. P.. LEATHERMAN
    Clerk of ili.- Circuit Court
    1S,.;11, By: K M. LYMAN.
    Deputy Clerk
    MARTIN FINE
    Vttornei for Plainilff
    nth Floor Dade Federal Building
    Miami 32. Florida a,,.,.,,^
    i Dix hi ~ 'Uth Miami ln-
    .. Dade
    Ri iBER Ni
    , ,.- .... ~ own : >
    v ... I letlt
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    120 I.ii" oln Road .,. ., ., ,,_,,..
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    of III"
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    AI.BKR'I I. WEINTRAl'B & A I*1
    CRISTt il "I' S.-.iiriiv TrtlHl R
    M il 32, Florida n..i later than
    da.i of Mai Mb. 1962, in di I i
    ' which ~.iiil Complain) "ill be tnkei
    ill.....I bj v mi.
    I'.VTED al Miami, Dade Countv.
    1 Ida lisl lai ..( .1 inuar}. 1962
    i: B. LEATHERMAN
    CU : i, ..f Hi. i 'Ircull Court
    (seali IP, K M l.YMAN.
    i'. inn 'lerk
    1 2-9-16-21
    lorlda not lal
    h said Complali ill bi
    .....
    Pad
    his :'.'iii da} ol January,
    E B BATHERM VN
    . Hri lit l 'ourt
    Bj K H LANWAY,
    i' iputy '" rk
    ! S 9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    tii- undersigned, doirinc to engage In
    business under the fictitious name of
    HOME8TEAD TRAVEL AGENCY at
    uwo N. Ki .*i>.- wo. Homestead,
    1 intends to register said name
    with ih. Clerk of the Circuit Courl
    of i ni, County, i'i..i "in
    - BEATRICE PB8KOE
    pi"'; owner
    I t-9-16-23
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "
    'in undersigned, desiring i" engage In
    ti siness under the fictitious names of
    WESTOVER VPARTMENTS; WEST
    JVER ARMS APARTMENTS: THE
    " KKTi IVER al nisi Collins Avi
    v un Beai ii. Florida Inti nds
    - nami with the i'
    Circuit i ..in i ol i 'mi" '' mnt}
    I I ii Ida
    Westover i:i:ai.iy '
    SHAPIRi i ,<: FRIED, I.m.'S
    n" I.in...In K.I.. Ml
    Attorne] s for V Realty Coi

    IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE,
    NO. MO-C
    IN RE Bstate "f
    SAMUEL HROWN.
    ' ""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    . \ creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing ctetn ot Demands Against Bald
    fo ^r-> hereby notified and rr-
    autred to preaent "> oiaims and de-
    mands which you ma} ha< ""st
    She estate of SAMUEL BROWN, de-
    ...... | late Ol at. .I.'S'PH County. n-
    dtana, I the County Judges ol Dad
    Counts and file the -anu- in duplicate
    ,,,, u provided in ,lSl';"'"' -lf-
    hlorida statutes, in their on i in
    ,h.. ,..,:... Courthous. li Dade oun-
    Plorlda, within six calendat
    months from the time of the first
    f, "i the same will
    ..
    ALAN It KErtSLER
    ..v nor,
    vnnexi
    itlca on
    I
    ' "
    NOTCH UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NO ,,', is HEREB1 C.IVEN that
    derslgned Ing to engage In
    ICH BAR 'I >>;
    N, ,. hlorida Intend to
    ; .... flerk of
    "" Dade .....Ity.
    BERKE
    - : M HI'TS'lN
    FRIEDM W.v VPIRO
    ( .rnevs for Al : ':' '
    ,;_________ j.;. ,'...,.16 I
    NOTICE BY'OUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    " FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    no S2C r
    LER< II M VO.N
    Plaintiff.
    Ki./.Kl. \\ MAOON,
    Defendant _
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    in: IP C/.KI. U MAi 'ON
    Vddress I'nkonw n
    Ynu ROZEL W MACON are here-
    by notified that a Bill "f Complalnl
    f,',r Divorce lias been filed agalnsl
    you, and vou are reouii-il to jerve a
    copy of your Answer or Pleading to
    the Hill ol Complaint 'ii the Flajnt-
    iifs attorney. S. VINCENT PALL,
    III. 638 N K rj'.tli Street. North Ml-
    uni. Florida and file the original An-
    (wer or l'lcadinit in the office of the
    cierk of tin- Circuit Court on or be-
    fore Hi-- -'"Hi da} "f February, I"*--
    ;r \,.ii fad i" 'i" so, Judgment b} de-
    fault win be taken agal'ist you for
    the relief demanded in the Bill of
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be published once
    eacn wei msecuti\-e weeks
    In THE JEWISH FI.ORID1AN.
    PONE VND "RDERED at Miami.
    Florida, this lth da} of January.
    A I >.
    i: B LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
    By B ii LANWAY,
    . | ..
    s VINCENT I'M

    North Mian
    Atton
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
    business under 11>- fictitious oamr oi
    THE BUI M at Dade County. Florida
    Intends i.. register said name with
    the Clerk "f the Clrcull Courl "i twde
    Count}. i-'l"i Ida
    SEABOARD GENERAL ORP
    i.i I '.ii" are l "orp
    Sol. 'iiin :'
    I.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 62C 588
    EVELYN I. AT" .1 A KKKK.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    .p ISEPH M lAI'l- KB,
    Defendant,
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    To: JOSEPH M. I AIM BE
    :'.;. I N. Cleveland
    Memphis, Tennessee
    You .li ISEPH M. IA Fh BE ate h< i -
    io notified Hi il a Bill "' ''"':
    for Divorce has been filed agalnsl
    you, nnd you an required to
    copj of your Answer or Pleading to
    the Bill of Complalnl n the Plaint -
    Iff, attorney. DERMER. ROSEN &
    MOFSKY, 120 Lincoln Road, Miami
    '|..ri'la and file tin
    Pleading ii ili'
    of the Clrcull Coi ri n m
    23rd day of Fehi uar>. IS62
    to do so. judgmi nl by de-
    be taken agalnsl >".i for
    demanded In the Bill "i
    NOTICE OF APPLICATION
    FOR TAX DEED
    FILE NO. 52244
    Notice Is I" rebj given thai Na-
    thaniel w S egel IioMi r as assmne
    of in, ol Miami Tax Bah Certlfii ite
    Nun,I.. "I 1126, dated the 1st day i
    .In,,,, a l i'"'". has filed said i er-
    tiricate in in} office, and has made
    application f"i tax deed to i
    thereon In accordanc. with law S
    ,..,,,, Cati embrace. th. rpllowlng
    described property, situated In Dad*
    i -ount}. I lorlda, lo-w 11
    s -,' of W 71 l."t l" Home Bub-
    division Plat Book H Page 121 li
    the Clt> "i Miami, Count} "i Dade
    State of Floi ids
    The assessment of said propert} ur.-
    ,1,.,. th, llfli ate ""I was n the
    name of Cnknown l*nl< s said C. i
    Hfl, ate shall I- redeemed accordli -
    |n tax deed will Issue then
    ,, th 7th .1"- "I' March. A D 1962
    l lated this -'."ili da} f Jan i
    l B LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk "i Clrcull 'ui t,
    I iude i "oiii 1} Florida
    ,-.:,l, II i: M I.KKPKR.
    I ii i.iiiv Clerk
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE Z COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE.
    No. 55C23-B DOWLING
    'S WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND
    ""not'ice to creditors
    To mi Creditors and All Persons hta>
    Ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Saw
    E8You, and .....h of you are hereby
    ,!,,.,, ,,n,i required to.J"t W
    claims and demands which you. or
    either of you ma} have against. *
    ,.,.,,. f WILLIAM HENRI RJ<
    M,,N,, deceased late ol Dade Cpunt>.
    Florida, i" "' Honorable County
    'judges "f Dade County, and file the
    i ni,. in in. ii office, in the Cwmty
    Courthouse In Dad. County. "oriAa,
    within -iv calendar months from tne
    date of in- first publication hereof.
    s.i.i claims '" demands to .-..ntain
    fhe legal addresi of th. claimant and
    ,.,'. ivrnn to and preaented as afore-
    said, or sam. will be. barred. See
    s...ii.iii 7S3 16 "i 'I" 91.. Probat. A. t.
    S,Datrd Januan -''"" A '', ,MI
    EILEEN RICHMOND
    \> Administratrix of the Estate
    ol WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND.
    i.. ,i~. .1
    2 :-!-16-2:;
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 55163-A
    IN RE Estate of
    bessie kaiin.
    ''"notice to creditors
    To All Creditors All P< rsons Hav-
    ing ci., n i.....""''- ^ !'~: '' '
    : her. ""'
    ,.,l | presenl an} claims and d. -
    mands wh ch you may ha v. *"
    th. estate ( C" ss Kal.n .1------s d
    i,,,. ,., Dad. County. Florida, to the
    Counn Judges ol Dad. County, and
    file li." -i..... !>' ,., ..v j.i. .1 In S" on 16, Florida
    Slatutes. In ih.i, offl.es ... fh. Cowj.
    courthous. in Dade ount}. H"i -
    Ida within -iv calendar months from
    the time of the first publication here-
    f the same will be barn .1
    Dated H Mian i l iorlda, this
    da} of February, A.D. 1962.
    HILDA FINEBBRG
    \. Bxevtilrlx
    First publication of this notli
    Hi, |6lh day of Februai}
    HARUY ZCKERNICK
    Vttoi in I l,'is
    ,-.. Lincoln lid Miami It. ach
    _ P-_...
    th
    on

    Beach
    Answer ".'
    Die cl.-rk
    before the
    II vou fail
    fault will
    ili,- relief
    Complaint.
    This notice shall be puhllshi I on.
    each wei, for '......'onsecutlv. weekr
    in THE JEWISH h'LORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED al Ml iml
    Florida, ibis 19th day of January,
    V D. If62.
    i: ii LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Clrcull Courl. Dade County, Florida
    (seal) By: C. I. ALEXANDER,
    Deputy Clerk
    DERMER. ROSEN .* MOFSKY
    i;o Lincoln R.I Miami Beach, Fin.
    By: Harold Ito.sen
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    1 26. :' .':-1'
    ' 100 COPIES-$2
    .PHOTO OFFSETI
    ANY DOCUMENT
    tauB MMicrms utter -
    gfPORT PUADINGS)
    gi.ill or8 xl4 Black 4 White)
    Reproduced On Bond Paper
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    Friday, February 16, 135,
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    EFFECTIVE THRU
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    Wll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, wh.le the cut
    and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
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    Israel Bond Conference to Open Here
    ' Jfewislh Flloiridlftauti
    .,- ;'.::.cc. Friday, February 16. 1S6Z
    Section
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    - Me --: dessert covers one-hall c: cultural settlement : pe tec :c provide
    ::r- It is sc-ecu!ei to :e the homes end emplc.:mi the Nerev iex serr.e
    lens ve developmenl proorcm m L'. 1 ICC settlers in !h ..e:. ten veers.
    e. Urban centers enc ceri-
    r^e Negev Israel's Future Vista;
    A Decade of Reawakening Ahead
    Development of the Negev
    Will Spark Gathering As
    Theme for '62 Campaign
    ;, | g -.<-,:! launching ps for th international campa .1
    1 .-. ; .. Bonds scene lor the inauguration 01 >
    massive ] rcgrtm open u] th< ;.-". Negev desert lo ni
    ...
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    U crrei
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    and years .. I 1
    mem task at they have i
    : foundation in expei
    .:. :. th< past. The Negev has
    be .bie cs theii guide, Isrcei's crchceoiccists loc:::ei
    tiled copper .-r.i.-.es cf King Solomon al Timna. r.eer Elath
    '-1 ecriy days c: statehood. Since then, the mines heve
    reworked and play en important role in Israel's chem-
    . minerals, industries.
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    . oppiechtion to Canto
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    lakes ris]
    : Even be-
    ii uch as
    live thcusi ago lh
    Nege as settled b) newct mers
    , The) crossed '.'.
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    : 11. t< g across fn rr
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    eai the presenl
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    . nat'icnal Builitrs choirmo'-
    History of Economic Arena
    Entering New Development
    H III" ...ItTlH'
    E. :: JOSEPH J SCHWART2
    . :t Prttideirt,
    : n E:-c f>gnisa*ien
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    Hjgfl CAHTOR'S 7M, BIRTHDAY Will B CtttWATg
    A Great Comedian's Dedication to Humanity
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    h e center of the
    Israel 1 xperienced im-
    - almost all sectors
    \ and the Israel
    1 -a raise I S57.214.300, I r
    yeai n its entire history.
    Tr.es ments have com-
    the basis 1 >r
    ... effort necessi
    - 1 the reclamation of Israel's
    uring the next ten
    : Di 1 ..lie "1 the Negev,
    - .-. eh : I "tay to plunge
    gigantu task of opening
    omic front in the
    . .. i.on.y of the north
    evi ped the next big step
    . ment I Israel must
    n the big triangle of the
    Negi 1 < ^r*
    the Negev will
    a ecade of pioneer-
    ehich Israel Bonds will
    di the teed capital
    , growth. During the
    Israel Bonds sup-
    . sic sources reapon-
    ever) important phase
    1 > c nomic expan-
    noting that many
    shed enterprises,
    .. i! itaily important
    lid not have
    !..aiis from
    - Development
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    yo*rJ$o*Jt ^oll J^acL the jbesert... <^1LL tfic Jvcjjev Ljrccn


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    Fcce 2-C
    *J(nisf Fhiriidliair
    Friday, February 15, 1952 1
    Israel Bonds: Partnership of Common Destiny!
    A worker drills for oil qt the
    Heletz oil field. Israel now
    supplies apprcximateiy lCo
    c: her domestic oil require-
    ments, end it is hoped that
    this figure will soon be in-
    creased.
    Development
    Continued from Page 1-C
    Eudget. using Israel Bond funds.
    With the aid ot Israel Bonds,
    public funds have pioneered
    where private capital has feared
    to tread. In :962 and the years
    It, come, the development of the
    .Negev will rely heavily on Israel
    Bonds. They will be needed to
    Jay the groundwork lor private
    initiative in area? which are still
    r.o:hing but desert. Israel Bonds
    will play a major role in tinancing
    irrigation, in building homes, in
    constructing roads and railways,
    ir. the discovery and exploitation
    (1 mineral resources. The devel-
    opment ol the Negev is the
    cornerstone ol Israel's economic
    future.
    Furthermore. this program
    takes on -pecial urgency in the
    light of the greatly increased flow
    (f immigrants to Israel. The p< 0
    pie in I-rael are elated by the
    < \pi! .1 ni 1 ol ."' ceiving so many
    th isan ol immi-
    To Israel, immigration
    11 esent th
    r >ettled
    is 1 :-.' I;
    [hi it]
    it is quite clear
    now
    ii present vi ry serious
    ems thai

    .. ce from the
    the United States. Cana-
    da er free land-.
    The fact that 1961 was the most
    etivi ear in the history ot
    Israel Bonds should heighten the
    i respects for an even more suc-
    cessful result this year.
    Sound Economic Progress
    Shows Unemployed Level
    Down to Near-Zero Point
    By LEVI ESHKOL
    Minister of Finance, State of Israel
    In 1961. Israel's economy made good pi gross in several
    principal areas. Our gross r.at-onal product increased by llr-.
    reaching the figure 1 f S2.625.000.000. For the first time in our
    history our exports passed the $400.000.000 mark, equal to six
    times the amount of our exports ten years ago. Industrial ex-
    ports ro?e by 19r; from S152.500.000 in 1960 to S181.400.000
    in 1961. But an increase in imports did not help narrow the
    gap in our unfavorable trade balance. We also had to wage a
    strenuous battle against the threat of inflation.
    A very significant aspect 01 our economic >ituation last
    year was that we had practically no unemployment in the coun-
    try. We are now in that happy position where everybody who
    can work has a job. If we have a manpower problem, it is the
    shortage of trained, skilled workers.
    Bitter Experience of Ten Years Ago
    Last year we also moved closer to complete self-sufficiency
    in agriculture. In some respects we are like the I'nited States.
    We find ourselves confronted with surpluses in some vegetables
    and dairy products, chiefly tomatoes and eggs. But it is neither
    possible nor desirable for us to reduce production. The estab-
    lishment of rew agricultural settlements is no: only linked to
    the absorption of immigrants but has a direct bearing on the
    security of our fronties, Under the>e circumstances we have
    had to place great stress on selling our surplus farm products
    abroad. Last year we increased our agricultural exports by
    S6.500.000.
    During the past year, immigrants have been streaming into
    Israel Irom 62 countries. .More than 40r; arc between the ages
    of 15 and 45. They are young: they are able: many of them are-
    skilled worker.-: many others are professional*.
    We remember the bitter experience of ten years ago. We
    are resolved that never again shall the soil of Israel be plagued
    by tent cities. Ten years ago. we knew what had to be done,
    but we did not have the means. Today we are better prepared
    because there is an Israel Bond drive. We are better prepared
    because the Israei Bond campaign enabled us to strengthen
    our economy and to open up new regions of development for
    this new wave ol immigration.
    Immigrant Housing Must be Built
    This is our population explosion. We do not fear it. as
    other nations do. Wc embrace it as a blessing.
    The people of Israel are pledged not to set up tent camps
    again. But I must warn that we are falling seriously behind
    in the construction of adequate permanent housing. A family
    unit of 42 square meters built of concrete costs S4.500. An
    asbestos unit, which is not as good, costs $3,000. Too many-
    asbestos housing units are being built because we do not have
    the money to use concrete.
    We had to adopt a supplementary budget for housing this
    year as a result of the enormous rise in expenditures for this
    puipo-i in 1961. At the beginning of last year, we estimated
    Continued on Page 3-C
    ,-
    -_.-__:_________:____*_*____m.. i'*---.^i----------- .........
    During the first ten years of the Israel Bond effort, parts ot the
    Negev desert were reclaimed through the establishment ol
    farm settlements and the exploitation of mineral resources.
    One of the earliest development communities ir. the Negev
    was Ein Geddi, where young settlers (above) tend the crops
    Israel Eonds are being called upon to provide the major share
    of the S25CG00.000 which will be reguired in the next five
    years to open up the Neaev to industrialization and settle-
    ment of tens of thousands of newcomers throughout the area.
    Israel's textile exports, which were less than S6.000,000 an-
    nually five years ago. are expected to reach the S27.000.00t
    level this year with the aid of Israel Bonds. Shown above
    is a worker at the Ata Textile plant near Haifc, packing shirts
    for shipment. Ata, now in the process of raising its capacity
    to 30.000 spindles, has, like other textile plcnts in Israel, ex-
    panded its export production facilities as a result of State ol
    Israel Bond investments in industry.
    The Negev: Where Israel's Future Lies
    OK. JOSIPH SCHWARTZ
    * ... nolionol vice president
    Continued from Past- 1-C
    orks
    at Timi. isinj
    1 : Elath for coi with Asia
    and Africa.
    rhis was the area through
    b the children ol Israel en-
    tered the Promised Land alter
    leaving the Sinai Peninsula. Its
    development lormed a major el-
    ement in their entire economy.
    When Prime .Minister Ben-Gunon
    calls the Negev "the heartland of
    our future progress." he is re-
    stating the basic princrple ot na-
    tional economic development
    which was a guiding light to the
    Israelites of ancient times.
    Israel's plans for economic de-
    velopment today are predicated
    upon her capacity to bring about
    major economic advances in this
    area during the coming decade
    with the aid ol Israel Bonds. The
    Israel Bond drive seeks a mini-
    mum of S66.500.000 during 1962
    for investment in the Negev and
    other areas of Israel's economy.
    The development of the Negev
    as a center of settlement and
    industrialization assumes in-
    creased importance at present,
    due to the accelerated flow ol 1m-
    migrai Is Israel Israi I
    pati ? a increase ol
    e nexl lour \ 1. -
    and al 1 m llion durii
    coming d cai e, bi inging her total
    population well past the 3.000.000
    mark. Ot the first 500.000, about
    125.000. or 25,000 families must
    be settled in the Negev. The
    greater part of the financial re-
    sources for this program must
    come from Israel Bonds, which
    during the period from May. 1951
    to the end of 1961 provided more
    than $533,000,000 for the econom-
    ic development of the State of
    Israel.
    The area covered by Israel's
    intensified development effort in
    the south may be considered to
    have its northernmost point at
    Ashod. on the Mediterranean,
    twenty-eight miles south of Tel
    Aviv. Here, where the Philistines
    had their great temple in honor
    of their chief deity. Dagon. a
    new port i~ under construction to
    link Jerusalem to the east and
    the Negev to the south with Eu-
    rope. West Africa and North and
    South America. The cornerstone
    of the port, which will ultimately
    have a capacity of 2,500,000 tons
    a year, was laid at a ceremony
    > ;. :> climaxed
    Ihe Inter Leadership Con-
    f< n rice ol d drive
    ummer.
    First Construction Stage
    The first -. : porl construc-
    tion, to b( completed by 1965,
    will cost $27,500,000, and provide
    an annual port capacity of 600.-
    000 tons. The totai project, esti-
    mated to cost some $75,000,000,
    will include the construction ol
    breakwaters, docks, repair yards
    and piers, a floating dry dock, a
    passenger and cargo terminal-
    wharf, a gram silo, a bunker oil
    manifold, cold storage space, a
    railroad terminal anj station,
    and power plants.
    The town of Ashdod is also an
    important center of settlement
    Founded five years ago, it now
    has a population of 5.000. which
    1- expected eventually to reach
    250.000.
    South of Ashdod on the Modi
    terranean stands t h e town of
    Ashkelon. built on the site of an
    ancient Philistine city of the same
    name, which is prominen'ly men
    tioned in the Bible Ashkelon's
    Continued on Page 5-C

    Construction of the new Port
    of Ashdod in the Negev, on
    the Mediterranean south ot I
    Tel Aviv, will make possible
    a more rapid expansion of Is- I
    rael's exports.


    Friday. February 16. 1962
    *Jenist fteirSdliiatr
    Page &C

    "/e^e/7 Years of Israel Bonds:
    Growth With the Jewish State
    By LOUIS H. BOYAR
    National Chairman for Trustees,
    Israel Bcrd Organization
    w ihe ling of the 1062
    might say that the
    i,, Israel Bond Or-

    on h.'.- already achieved
    the aius of an old established
    [act. ii has so success-
    , .rate I itself in the pat-
    com nu litj effort for is
    . me people can no
    , call Alien there was no
    Bond drive.
    W< e ali proud ol the fact that
    , .: [srai I has grown so
    n past thirteen years.
    e oi ;;- progress has been
    . nomenal that we tend to
    !he struggle and the trials
    .,:-. first years ol state-
    .\<- .. > impressed with
    aculi us achievements that
    I to I gel the sacrifice
    lhej \\ lived on the part
    ill thi people ol Israel and Ihe
    ol en irt and money in-
    , is the Jewish communities
    ; nil I States and Canada.
    l: record results ol the Israel
    Bond campaign in i%i. when we
    i i iggest year, warrants
    . i, I ling ol real accomplishment.
    Yel i accomplishment is con-
    sideri ly dwarfed by the year in
    and year out results during a
    decadi of Israel's existence which
    began with austerity, shortages
    and -irious financial difficulties
    and ended with higher production.
    greatly increased exports and a
    growing economic stability. This
    remarkable transformation of Is-
    rael's economic position could
    not have been achieved without
    the steady flow of Israel Bond
    dollars amounting to a grand total
    of more than $533,000,000 as of
    ihe end of last year.
    Trail Bluing Enterprise
    Israel Bonds were launched by
    Prime Minister Ben-Gunon when
    ten people had confidence in the
    economic viability oi the State ol
    Israel, when only a relatively
    small number of people in the
    United States considered Israel's
    future in terms of large-scale in-
    vestment. It was in every sense
    of the word a trail-blazing, pio-
    neering enterprise, traveling an
    uncharted course and based al-
    most entirely on faithIsrael's
    faith in the willingness of Ameri-
    can Jewrj to undertake a new
    venture in economic financing
    American Jewry's faith in the ca-
    pacity of the people of Israel to
    make good, to rise from the
    depths of economic crisis and
    achieve a comfortable degree of
    self-sufficiency. In both instances
    this faith has been fully justified.
    As a result, we can now look to
    1962 and to the years that will
    follow with optimism, knowing
    that whatever crisis of need, or
    challenge of opportunity Israel
    may face, the Jews of the United
    States and Canada will measure
    up. We can approach the 1962
    Israel Bond drive with hope of
    greater results because at no time
    since its inception has this pro-
    gram enjoyed a wider acceptance
    or a better record of constructive
    achievement.
    We know also that in any en-
    LOUIS BOYAR
    . notional Trustees chairman
    terprise hich Is \ ital to Israel's
    future, tiu- people oi Israel will
    nol fail, if we understand its sig-
    nificance. It Israel must open up
    the Negev to mass settlement, it
    will do so. in spite of the tact thai
    it involves a new and massive
    ta^k ni breathing life into a des-
    ert that has been dead tor al-
    - two thousand years. 1 have
    no doubt that this objective will
    be realized, il we recognize the
    extent"of our responsibility.
    A Vigorous Supporter
    It is fitting that we should in-
    augurate this year's drive with a
    national celebration of the sev-
    entieth birthday of Eddie Cantor.
    No one has been more devoted to
    the Israel Bond effort. No one has
    been more deeply concerned with
    Israel's development We honor
    Eddie Cantor not only because oi
    his leadership on behalf of Israel
    Bonds during the past ten years
    We have dedicated this occasion
    to him because tor more than
    thirty years he has been among
    the most vigorous and the most
    ful supporters oi everj phase
    ol the rebuilding ol the Jewish
    homeland.
    We hope that he will continue
    to s e r v e as an inspiration to
    American Jewry for many years
    to come. We believe that the suc-
    cess of this inaugural conlerence
    for Israel Bonds will be the most
    meaningful w a y of celebrating
    his seventieth birtthday.
    A Common Destiny
    Continued from Page 2-C
    the cost of housing construction for 1961 at I59.000.000. But
    the Ministry of Housing actually required I 200.000.000 to meet
    the pressing demand for immigrant housing. The largest por-
    tion of the added funds for the development budget have been
    earmarked for immigrant housing.
    The number of new housing units for the fiscal year ending
    Mar. 31. 1962 will reach 20.000. Many of these immigrant
    homes are being built in the Negev development towns. We
    must establish 2.500 housing units in Ashdod; 2.500 in Dimona;
    another 2.500 in Beersheba; 1.500 immigrant homes must be
    built in Ashkelon; 1.200 in Elath; 1.200 in Kiryat Gat: 1.000 m
    Arad; and 700 in Mitzpe Ramon.
    Israel's Relation* with African Nations
    Turning our eyes to the south, we face a monumental task
    a task that will require outpouring of resources of money
    and manpower of idealism and know-how of persistence
    and courage As long as there is an unpopulated Negev. Israel
    will not be completely secure. As long as the Negev is empty
    there will be need for self-sacrifice and pioneering effort. But
    that is where our future lies and the rewards justify the highest
    degree of dedication and hard work. Our young people and our
    new immigrants are ready. It is up to Israel Bonds to provide
    the tools the picks and shovels, the roads, the machinery,
    the irrigation pipeline and the homes and the villages. With
    such help, we will awaken the Negev from its long sleep ot
    2.000 years. ,.
    Our technical assistance program has brought Israel guid
    ance and professional training to no less than 62 countries, most
    of them in Africa and Asia. We are nobody's rich uncle, but
    we are everybody's willing and helpful cousin Our friendship
    and our offer of technical aid are based not on our financial
    Continued on Page 4-C
    . *- ...
    portrait of ^Development
    The illustrations on the map indicate the various forms
    of development in the Negev which are being made
    possible by Israel Bond funds. Ashdod, on the Medi-
    terranean near Tel Aviv, is a new port now being built
    to serve Jerusalem and the Negev. A 108-inch irriga-
    tion pipe will bring water from the Jordan River down
    into the desert areas. Zohar is the site of Israel's natural
    gas fields, oil wells are in operation at Heletz, while
    Sdom is the location of the Dead Sea potash and bromine
    works. King Solomon's copper mines and the copper
    refinery are located at Timna, and Elath is being expand-
    ed as Israel's port for trade with Asia and Africa. Among
    the major centers of immigrant settlement are Beersheba,
    capital of the Negev, Kiryat Gat, Sderot, Lakhish, Ofakim,
    Arad, and Mitzpe Ramon.
    I
    Bond Conference to Open Here Feb. 23
    JACK BENNY
    Continued from Page 1-C
    the arid regions of Israel and
    neighboring Arab States.
    The spokesman for Israel at
    the Feb. 24 dinner in honor of
    Cantor will be Ambassador Mi-
    chael Comay, Israels permanent
    representative to the United Na-
    tions
    Jack Benny will head the group
    of Cantor's personal friends who
    will share in the entertainment
    program, including Roberta Pe-
    ters, renowned coloratura so-
    prano of the Metropolitan Op-
    era; Edward G. Robinson, cele-
    brated film star who has been
    closely identified with Israel
    Bond leadership during the past
    ten years; Sophie Tucker, who
    shares with Cantor the lofty
    heights of show business fame:
    and Dick Shawn, popular TV and
    stage comedian.
    Prior to the Saturdav night
    celebration, the national Wom-
    en's Division will launch us
    phase of the Israel Bond drive
    for 1962 with the international
    premiere showing of a striking
    Dior Israel Collection. It will be
    held on Friday. Feb. 23. at a
    luncheon with Mrs. Jan Peerce.
    national chairman, presiding, and
    Carroll Baker and Jan Sterling,
    noted motion picture personali-
    ties, as special guests
    The Sunday closing session of
    the inaugural conference will be
    a business session, concerned
    with the adoption of an intensive
    program for the sale of $66,500.-
    000 as the minimum the Govern-
    ment of Israel expects to realize
    from Israel Bonds this year.
    Spearheading the first phase
    of the drive will be the Trustee
    Division of purchasers of S10.000
    and over, which will be headed
    in 1962 by Louis H. Boyar. prom-
    inent Los Angeles business lead-
    er and philanthropist, who was
    recently named national chair-
    man of Trustees. The enrollment
    of subscribers in the Trustee cate
    gory will have a new feature this
    year related to the special effort
    for the reclamation of the Nege\
    desert.
    The standard amount entitling
    a purchaser to be designated a
    Trustee is S10.000. This year.
    in order to make larger funds
    available for the Negev program,
    a new honor category known as
    Negev Trustee has been estab-
    lished, based on a minimum pur-
    chase of $15,000 for the current
    year.
    ROBERTA PETERS
    EDWARD C. ROBINSON


    Fcae 4-C
    > Insist ftrrHi'W
    Friday. February 1G. 19,52
    LOLA BEER
    CHRISTIAN DIOR
    LOLA BEER
    .-.-. Die-graphed a: the r.:rar.:e -a the Jaffc Museum
    in Israel this made! is by Israels ::p designer
    Lcla 3ee: featuring an easy ..tt.e suit with a ha.-ge
    hox-plected skill hip cu-cr.-.er.rtr. sleeves r:.- ;
    burnished ~c'.d rah.-.e:.-: aia'se. The -vocl j by
    Ycglorr.. o* Israeh
    G;:e. rrcntie: betweet
    Jordan and .::aei .3 this tr.ree-piece r.-.o_e. b]
    Christian Dior sharing a gently flaring skirt s ie
    :;^:-?:\?~ a:ket. and nutria-lined, hip*e:-.:::. ::.;
    tct .:. loomed tweed by Masket.
    7 :=:. in Jen Ni3s'-.e rayar. s raraens Lr. I:
    '.srae this s ons ot the spectacular rr.o-de.s ;
    Israeli po:tion 0: the Dior-israel Cahectia::.
    sic.'.ed by lo.z aeer. this Empire-liae ev
    dress 1 = in yellow silk rrepe Lacarporatiag
    splashes ; =..ver dowers.
    er. .
    ELITE FASHION S"0W"G WiLL CLIMAX WOMEN S DIVISiON PARTICIPATION He?:
    Th<
    - a
    uniq.- fashion <
    egls :
    '-
    clima> men's in
    the 1962
    for Is
    The -

    . e place at 1
    Fontaine'. i
    Feb 23
    nounci itienl
    beer. 1 y Mrs. Jan 1

    1 -.

    eon or the
    for at
    a3i'. sen ing is hot
    chairman of I
    en's Division for 1 V
    fereni
    The !:
    the State of Israel rhii
    storj
    - Feb 22
    ing '' -' the L"i
    a.id C
    auspices I 5ts I ;-rael
    Bonds In a gesture I en
    gement ai
    i tex'.i
    rld's
    mo--, ren
    has created a group oi

    of Israeli fabi
    Dior's celebrati :re
    ated the e: -
    The Israeli p> rt
    lection featui
    sembles :
    Israels most celeb
    turier, Lola Beer a -
    lighted are specia ies : -
    made of ha
    by llaskit ~.j : Sea \
    Finy Leitersd -. fors, '
    House- of Ste'ar 3
    Neular.der knitwear
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    [t :s
    tat l Israel
    eh I
    ed by the international press
    most e?
    ; shawj
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    .
    I Nortn
    The as phot as
    .... ,. _.
    er. Pe".er Fir.k u
    trip to both c untnes
    to capture
    I i ales a {rounds
    Among the manj ..
    ing t : Israel "oiled
    nil] L Ing es s--' 1 Y r-
    roi Pittsl rgl na*.i
    eland Bahi-v.ore. Wasl
    ton Si Louis. Da H stor
    teg. Kansas
    -
    Against the striking background o: the traditional Men
    orah symbol of the State a: Israel, taker. -?j: the Kae>
    sjt Building in Jerusalem this dress and iacke! with
    "'z' rial is In : tine be-.ae and black v :: zhecfc
    :y Yaglom. Design by Diot Paris.
    JiS STMUNG
    and E -".' and
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    sorized Marsii
    Mia- pre
    Women Play Leading Rcle in Israel
    Bond Investment Capital Campaign
    A Common Destiny
    Cuntiroed from P*i* 3-C
    "f^i:h rhi :h we 1> not ha icien
    tific and eco -
    In t:- ears 1.400 per-
    sons from various parts Lsra
    trainee in
    traine
    12 in LatiE I 1 We
    on our pat
    these .
    3y MRS. .'AN PEEaC
    Ni'iorwl CKairman.
    Women's Oivisisr
    There are tens ot thousands ):
    American and Canadian women
    ;.>d.i> who jre active as volun-
    teer leaders and workers for
    State )f Israel Bonds In the
    eleven years since the launching
    of the Israel Bond campaign,
    women have played an increasing
    ly important part in the raising
    ol investment capital for Israel
    I rou^h the powerful instrumen-
    tality of Israel Bonds. Today,
    we can say with justifiable pride
    that the efforts of *omen through-
    out the nation result in approv-
    > 25 >i all Israel Bond
    . and purchases In the ban-
    ner y 161, -i imen's 1
    teer efforts resulted in the
    k i-e\ement >1 .v.j.- than i\-
    MOjMO a the d
    that was as: irear foe m
    ire engaged
    *:7S. jam ntKi
    . wirtr.'t -/
    .'.... 1 I wen .1 '
    year's record ~ V.
    r attention1 -ie-1 1
    fixe: rji I j. 9ur pace-se
    gathering for :>;:
    Some years m.;. 1 beard a vtsi
    t >r from Israel say some'nnu
    that has s:j>e-1 in my mind e-'
    since She told a group of us it
    an Israel Bond meeting if the
    deep jj> she had felt. when, for
    the first time, she saw birds 1
    over the Negev rod heard
    the i aices of children. That, she
    said. \.a< the spirit of life, the
    results that the conquest of ta.
    V'-iev had begun We were gu:d
    ed b\ that image when we de-
    i the Sponsor pm for 1982,
    guided by he image of bir-is fly-
    ing n er a gree.: an I : :..- tie \ 1
    because where there ar* bird".
    an i wher 1 there 1 11
    ' is life.
    Our 3Jo:sj- p>>t>ram ea'.'li


    Friricry. Tfbnxrry 16^1962
    *Jmi0 fluiJictr
    Page 5-C
    Cantor's Dedication to Humanity
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    ., ,. ai rational wee ici Yi;
    ( bt-caxe r-T.t rl the
    i i ted supporteri and
    Im ik '. ctora oi ttM camp
    : .-.. ,-i bis carije< jot*.
    : null i ii singiEg waiU r ii
    Walsh's t-ar i.rt' restart-
    i.ir'i .'*. Coney li and, when 'i
    ang songs ace) encores to .t
    c( OBipaniiDeBl of Jimmy I r
    ..- nt 'ft pianr. At nine:eeE
    : > was in senior men b; r ol
    Oui Edwards "Kid Retire:."
    ip which tt also o'.rvt-c as a bis
    i dcei to lit yotflkger actors,
    rgt Jesse! Is particular.
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    id the 191" Ziegfeld Fol-
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    t- here the | hici
    ':.. "K Bi !s 'was
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    : wed or.j '.ttrt
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    : i.. i i:... '. had hi'
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    ti Car'.ci ad thi i ..
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    liars hi* sf*.f erf hum^r
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    :< i: : < i ra*l n :'
    ;< a >e!J, "Caugbl S on
    wbicr reaped .: ur.expecied
    v r ('a1 i! rojrakies.
    * Ci>e'.c4 Success
    er the late Presidec 1
    FTarkJ advici is launching a hir.c-jt.s-
    ir^t csatpaigs -.i ccrobai ptlio,
    called i.0:.. t.'t;-r t Ut
    - c i-iiw.- to T(. -: th per-
    Ding When the President .---
    Caitoi J li could f..^: a rrjJ-
    lioa people to contribute a roi-
    Jaj tat?;, the man who baJ rais-
    ed mon BDusay tor more Chan-
    el i cauoea tr.a' a/.y cthei
    cclebrty and w.^ \-a.> on !a-
    ;.; : v. U mil .. :
    '. r<^" '. very S. ndaj right
    . < n d ti ai hi coi Id get te:
    tier people to pv dime
    i; That ;i; th beg:si -
    MarCl mes as con-
    ejved by two } ,: ; -
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    I.BBAHA*. fUNtlKC
    . .'pretiienl
    kt GUIlOtN
    , notional choirmon
    7fn>. (.* causes, ircluc'ir.f; !hc
    h>.t. Cross find entertainment
    ar.d other morale services on
    t-thalf o! members armed force?. He has alwav^
    1-Ti n*?;'uick to speaKOUt fn De^
    half of justice and fair play. He
    E truly a rr.an passionately
    dedicated to the cause of liber-
    t.' and human dignity.
    Cantor was a "natural" for
    televis'on. Hen \-a.- the per-
    : man a mar. who seemed to
    enlargi th< si ri en nci only
    his personalitj but also
    .' profusi talent and ex-
    perience ir. all the other fields
    ii entertainment. Rater) imme-
    diately with the r.nor.'s top
    u.(\.- n comedians, he rotated
    them in som< of tht best
    comedy urs ir the history oi
    Con'inuee1 on Pate 6-C
    EDDIE AND HiS iDA
    Where Israel's Future Lies
    Cc-.rir>uec! from Pag* 2-C
    major industry i> tht lamous Yu-
    )ai ,' -.iant. manulacturer
    ol the giant pre-stressed concrete
    ; !<- 108 inches in diameter,
    which are btinj; utilized to build
    r.t national irrigation project
    : eh \wil bring water from the
    Jordan River to tht large desert
    areas ol tht Negev. When com-
    pete 1 in 1963. this line will be
    about ere hundred milts long.
    and is expected to irrigate about
    iOO.OO*. acre- of the Ncgev. Israel
    Bond lunrts play a major role in
    f ranting both the Yuval Gad
    p:ar.t and the construction of tht
    f ipe )ire.
    Southeast Heleti oil fields, Israel's first dis-
    covers of significance resources
    if this vital mineral. Through
    drilling i-r.d txp.'oration Unanced
    v i;h the aid oi Israel Bond funds.
    Eel struck oil at Heletz on
    September 22. 1955. a n d now
    meets some 10 percent oi her do-
    i.... requin ments lr< m this
    ? ... u
    O'her Valuable Si'es
    Tl.e laiihish rea, :o the east
    c: ;;. .i is me center of one of
    ;. ..,..,,-.. k si import-
    Ibis
    - be I as. i >!>' on
    leveiopment, al-
    I wi umber
    A-i Lak! is tx-
    ;.ctr. t plaj a decisive role in
    thi av>orrr:rr o! immigrants dur-
    ,r the coming years.
    El ii Heletz. the B'sor
    area will be another locus of
    agricultural development, sched-
    uled tc reclaim more than lOO.OOO
    acres which are no: now cultivat-
    ed. Its central town, also called
    B'?or. will provide homes lor a
    lar'.- number of newcomers to Is-
    rael.
    Tc the east, in the north central
    regicn. stands tht city of Bter-
    feheba, capital of the Negev. which
    on the- map has the shape of a
    jjiant arrowhead. A sleepy Be-
    douin \illage when Israel became
    a state ir 1S4S Beershcba today
    is a thriving city with approxi-
    mately 50.000 citizens. It has a
    number of important industrial
    plants, including the Kharsah
    ceramic.- works and the Machtes-
    him chemical factory.
    Farther to the east, near the
    shores of 'ht Dead Sea. lit the
    Zohar natural eas fields, discov-
    ered am developed recently with
    the aid oi Israel Bonds. An event-
    . output 11 '-*? equivalent to
    90,000 tons of fuel oil
    per ><;..-. valued at Si OOO.OO
    <; :r, o is < ;> led A six-
    ir.cb pipeline -".as beer pul
    . pi ration brir.j i{ the gas fn m
    . i thi Dead
    Sti potash i k$. where
    . .... as will soor
    , Li'ed : < tr | Ian' at
    Ii ti. and eventually, it is
    hoped, .her. will be enough gas
    u supplj Beershcba, or even Tel
    Aviv.
    S'dom. at the southern tip of
    the Dead Sea, is the site of t.le
    lamous plant which extracts t.le
    minerals found in the waters and
    processes them for commercial
    use. The Dead Sea Works, in-
    operative at the end of Israel's
    War of Liberation, were reactivat-
    ed ard have been greatly expand-
    ed during the past decade with
    the aid of Israel Bonds. Pota-h
    production is now approximately
    150,000 tons per year; present
    plans call lor 600,000 tons by l<**5
    and 900.000 tons by 1968.
    Port of EUth
    Southwest oi S'dom lies trie
    town of Dimona. where Isnel
    B.r.ds have financed the mining
    of phosphates and the construe*
    tior. of a processing plant. A new
    calcination plan: has just been
    completed; Israel has passed
    ,: gh the experimental staje
    u producing phosphates
    5 Plans call for a su >-
    ...: increase in phosphate
    iction.
    ill the N< ge\ partli i
    .:> h. southern part sta -
    na, i variety of i-i-
    - ra! resources have
    - ivered v ith the aid >t
    Continued on Pase 6-C
    Among Leaders Who Will Appear
    These a-e among the out/stand Figures in American Jewry who
    have long he d significant positions z: 'eac'ersn c i the !srae; Bond Or-
    gar;7c*'cr. As in the past, once again they will assume these positions
    on the occasion of the 1962 Is-ae' Bond campaign tc be launched here
    et the nctiona! inaugural conference, Feb. 23 to 25 in the Fontainebleau
    hotel. Their names are not alone identified with bonds They are equally
    distinguished in a variety of other fields, including Jewish cultural, wel-
    fare and noteworthy philanthropic causes.

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    MKHAU STAYniKI
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    ./ MENU USKEV
    SAMIM MIHBillC
    noliono' cc-npoign choirmen
    JULIAN VENfZKY
    . naftono! choirmon for reaions
    MAX BKCSSLEK
    notional Guardians chairman
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    P'cae 6-C
    *Jen lsl> HcrkKar
    Friday, February IS, 1952
    Mere Israel's Future Lies
    Continued from P: 3 5-C
    Bonds. These include
    .,,,._ 6 i58 sand, ce-
    1 1 1 8y, g; psum, feldspar and
    p rtner .,, ; from Dimona, al-
    r .. ,i..(. 50U-h o) Bei rsh ba. is
    ,- settlement -
    I .... ,1 ; |S tO
    1 I
    1 spioi -' lhal P mi
    M ister
    Ihe firs dri mi -''"- --
    1 v h '-< settlemenl
    1 r. chose as '- r
    ,. -,. -. from public of-
    , 1 Mr Ben-
    1 acfc to thi
    go. he
    .. --1.- Boki r his
    l
    N r tli southi
    > less than fiflei
    1 : the l 1 Elath. lne
    1 r mines I 1 repn sei I
    ( -.' 0 Israi t's '
    1 ai res rces. On the -
    K;ng Solomon's i nl copper
    1 posits are tx ing ex-
    , .:-.. d machinery.
    processed in a new refinery
    1 wi h the use of Israel Bond
    reserves at Tim-
    . iceed 50.000.000 tons of ore.
    with an average copper content
    of 1.4 perceni
    Ela-h, on the Cull of Aqaba. is
    el'-s southernmost outpost,
    ant! has grovawapidly utilizing
    since ihe
    5 -., ol Tiran were opene I to
    ihe shipping of all nations follow-
    gin .: Campaign of l
    -., ;....- gatev a> to the
    ... ,. 1 East Africa and Asia.
    Eiath as n ached the poi n t
    . ndling more than a
    minor, tons of cargo per
    of which ci -
    sists .: phosphates and r :l
    N .-, ',':. capacity of
    . arbor is due to be in-
    -, -. I as '-: "' < Por) '"'
    m. and il is
    at ,: will reach 1.000.000
    i per y< ar by 1970.
    harbor ol Elath,
    [ . |j ig Ghai a, Cam-
    [1 ng Kong. Liberia. Ethi-
    S ith Africa. Japan and
    oth" r countries On Feb. 1. 1962.
    tl first ; assenger ship to berth
    ..- i, 1 f, r .. 6 000 mile round
    trip, inaugurating regular service
    Ethiopia. French Somaliland,
    K<: ya an ; T. ngi nj ika
    I lath, who < population has
    Cantor's Dedication
    Continjed frem Page 5-C
    the medium Following his
    hi art attack on Oct. 1. 1P52.
    K had to curtail his programs
    some of his other public
    aranci -
    Attachment to Heritage
    One str< ng. unbroken thread
    that runs through the labric of
    hsr's life and career has
    been his attachment to his Jew-
    ish heritagi Himself the son
    c; immigrants, he came to know
    : pr and hopes ot the
    , wish imigra on the lower
    East Side v ho had fled trom
    European pi groms to
    1-. Qd : : eu lif in America.
    With the rise of Hitler and
    thi mass decimation "f Euro-
    pean Jewry, there was a di s-
    i rati need for two
    urgent task-: thi rescue ot the
    Burvivors, many of them chil-
    dren, and the early establish-
    ment of an independent Jewish
    state in the land of Israel as
    the surest way to save and re-
    build lives. To this cause. Can-
    tor devoted all his time and
    energy, touring thi major cities
    if America to address countless
    meetings and breaking all rec-
    1. in funds ra Bed in the hi--
    Un of the I'nited Jewish Ap-
    peal.
    in June. 1950. tvo years
    after the State of Israel was
    established, Cantor visited the
    country and the renewed hope
    thai he saw in the faces of the
    immig 1 and the laughter
    of the children was the best
    t.-ank- that he could have had
    r bis j 1 ars f dedicated ef-
    fort. When t le State of Israel
    announced the lirst Israel Bond
    issue in May. 1951, Eddie Can-
    tor was among the first to rec-
    1 /< that this would he a
    great --up in helping the people
    of brad to build a future.
    Since then, he has been an in-
    spiring mainstay in the fore-
    front of the drive tor over ten
    years. Through his key role
    as rational chairman of the
    Builders of Israel, he has help-
    ed Israel to build more than a
    quarter of a million permanent
    housing units with the aid ol
    Israel Bonds.
    The Campaign Inugural
    In the days when the British
    Government was keeping Jews
    out of Palestine, as Hitler was
    spreading his campaign of
    death throughout Europe. Ed-
    die Cantor turned down an invi-
    tation to play in London. His
    comment at that time was typ-
    ical and stirring. "I will not
    make a people laugh who make
    my people cry."
    Only a few months ago. he
    had occasion to repeat these
    words when the Arab League
    announced a boycott of his
    films for his efforts in behalf
    of the State ol'Israel Bond cam-
    paign.
    It is characteristic of Eddie
    Cantor that he specifically re-
    quested that his birthday be
    utilized to advance in some con-
    crete form the development of
    the State of Israel,
    grown to i 100. is developing as
    , Centei of light industry and
    tourism s well as a port. It is
    ihe point .: origin of the oil pipe-
    line, bunrwWTT9re**oirtr*tids,
    h carries oil trom tankers
    berthed a. Elath to Be rs
    and from there to the ret.:
    at Haifa. Israel's largest harbi 1
    .11 the north.
    Of spe.
    advance of the v ge> are thi
    -. which arc
    being set up pnters ol new
    settlement an lighl industr>
    Planned :o achieve economic
    ;,!,.. even bef. re the nev i
    tional in itpeline is com-
    pleted, each of these towns will
    ultimately serve as the
    center of ai 1 -"'cultural area.
    Among importani I
    these towns ai -
    Heletz: Ofakim. west ol B< 1 r-
    sheba; Arad, n rthwest of Zohar.
    and Mitzpe Ramon, twenty-
    miles south ol Sde Boker. Ea< h
    of these to\ n is expected to
    have a population of 10.000 per-
    sons initially, and th< develop-
    ment of each is estimated to cost
    some S40.000.000, much of it to
    be derived I 11 m Israel Bond
    funds.
    Decade of the Negev
    Eventually, some of these new-
    towns have more ambitious plans.
    Arad. for example, which has the
    benefit of fuel from the nearby
    Zohar gas field:-, is expected some
    day to be an industrial center
    with a population of 50.000. Many
    of the workers at the Dean Sea
    Works in S'dom will live in Arad.
    Housing is of course one of the
    most decisive elements In Israel's
    plan- for tthe development of the
    Negev. The rate of construction
    must be maintained at 20.000 or
    more housing units per year. For
    the coming year, it is planned to
    establish 2.500 housing units in
    Ashdod; 2,500 in Dimona and
    another 2.500 in Beersheba; 1 500
    in Ashkelon. 1.200 in Elath. 1.200
    in Kiryat Gat. l.OOO in Arad and
    700 in Mitzpe Ramon. The
    average housing unit for a family
    costs S4.500.
    During the coming yearsthe
    Decade of the NegevIsrael must
    apply tthe pattern of the devel-
    oped upper hall of the country to
    the lower h al f. which is still
    largely barren. The sand and
    dust must be replaced by the
    green of cultivated land, primari-
    ly through large-scale irrigation.
    Industries must be built, homes
    must be provided, mineral re-
    sources must be exploited on an
    increasing -cale. The achieve-
    ment of this program, so vital
    to the future of Israel and to its
    capacity to absorb the growing
    influx of immigrants, depends in
    large measure on the results "l
    the Israel Bor.d campaign.
    Mrs. Golda Me;: ilett Minister, lor Foreign Atit : the_
    oi Israel, presents a specie! Israel stamp awatd tc Mis. :
    lin D, Roosevelt ior her outsanding assistance to Ihe car.
    for State oi Israel Bonds. The presentation took -lace
    recent luncheon foi the current drive of the Create:
    York Women's Division of the Israel Bond ccrr.y:. gn I
    development ot every sector of Israel's economy -nd t:
    reclamation oi the Neqev.
    Women's Leadership Role
    Sophie Tucker will be among
    the stellar array oi periorm-
    eis due to pay tribute to Ed-
    die Cantor on the occasion
    c: his 70th birthday.
    Continued from Page 4-C
    year is at the S1.000 purchase
    level; our Sponsors provide Is-
    rael annually with S4 to $5 mil-
    lion in lean capital through Israel
    Bonds. Last year, in celebration
    of Israel's Bar Mitzvah anniver-
    sary, we added a higher Sponsor
    category, the Bar Mitzvah Spon-
    sor at SI.300. Thousands of wom-
    en responded enthusiastically to
    that program and. by raising
    their purchases from SI.000 to SI.-
    300, swelled the total of city after
    city.
    Thi= year we have projected
    the idea of the Negev Sponsor,
    who will purchase SI.500 in Isr?el
    Bonds to help speed the develop-
    ment of the \ immigrant settlement. On the
    basis of the enthusiasm with
    which the Negev Sponsor pro-
    - already been n ceived
    in thi se ei 1 ks <>l 1962. we
    "igh and realistic hopes that
    this will be a potent lorce in the
    r the
    Workers at the Timna copper mines come from ell over Ihe
    world, like the minei at the left, who migrated tc Israel trom
    Tunisia, and the one on the riant, from Morocco. The cop-
    per refinery and the mines, brought back to production with
    the aid of Israel Bonds for the first lime since K:r.c Solcrr.on's
    days, produce some 5,800 tons of copper annually. The metal
    has been exported in the form of copper center.: but expan-
    sion oi equipment with the aid of Israel Bonds w.. soon make
    it possible to produce the finished product at the rerlr.ery near
    Timna.
    . .#-wrH.
    attainment of large-scale invest-
    ments throughout the year.
    In 1961. 1 had the Impressive
    and joyful experience of taking
    part in the Jerusalem Conference
    for Israel Bonds. It was three
    years since I had last had the op-
    portunity to visit Israel. I found
    it hard to believe the astounding
    changes and improvements that
    1 saw wherever we traveled. And.
    having conferred with the tore-
    most leaders of the Government
    of Israel about the profound im-
    portance of Israel Bonds, I re-
    turned to America with a firmer
    determination than ever before
    to bring the Israel Bond story be-
    fore the Jewish women of Ameri-
    ca These women have moved
    from success to success.
    Again in 1962. I will be visiting
    Israel. My husband and I will be
    there later in the year.
    By joining forces now and b>
    sustaining our efforts, w must
    make 1962the Yearol the Ni 1
    the most productive of all yi. rs
    in the history cf Israel Bo:..
    A Common Destiny
    Continued from Page 4-C
    Century in economic development and in medical and or C
    tional programs.
    The evolution of this far-flung assistance n gram as
    opened up a new era for Israel We are no longer ai fSe n>ose
    of the isolation which our Arab neighbors sought lo tigr-ten
    around us through the boycott and blockade We have"proved
    that r.o one Can set up fences high enough to flint us ou'. !>
    bar us from trade and friendly relations with the great" Majority
    of the 104 countries that now make up the L'niten Nations. Our
    success in findins and making numerous friends in every co~.ei
    of the globe has created an economic and political .-.itlrne wrrich
    no Arab hostility can destroy.
    We are speeding up the development of the port of 1 itt
    to provide ns with a suitable gateway of trad* 1 i ihe Ttl
    Fast and Africa This port, which once served King Solomon,
    was the scene of considerable excitement the othir day. It
    welcomed the very first passenger liner to weigh ancKB* in 'Is
    waters in 3.000 year*. It was the Burmese ship that will 1 JU
    laity call al major ports in Fast Africa. South Africa and he
    Far Feast I menlion it as a small example of th< rcie -eh
    Flath is destined to play in the future of our ecorcmy.
    A Common Heritage and Common Destiny
    Above all. we value the spiritual riches we have in It !
    We take pride in the deep consciousness of destinj which wrfc
    feel every time a new town is founded, every time a new 1 ad
    is opened, every time a new school rises, every time a new et-
    tlement is born. And we realize that Jews of othi .ar.ds ire
    there through their purchase of Israel Bonds. \ < ft
    forward steps in our lives could be taken without Israel I nd
    money, whether it is at Beersheba or Flath or in a HUB" "''
    other places over which the flag ol Israel fill -
    In that sense Israel belongs tO Israel Bondh n- id!
    as it belongs to US, That in essence is the i'II W ,,ir
    partnership a ip basi d on dollai enshi I
    and sanctified bj the greatest currency of all our com
    heritage and our common destiny a- Jews,


    1
    friday, February 1G, 1962
    *Ufemfgf. nurSdt&n
    Page 7-C
    Miami Joins National
    Brotherhood Festivity;
    To be Opened Feb. 18
    > Conference ol
    (i,, .-, -..- few* 'An- founded
    r Al red !'.. Smith
    c Pn d "..y of
    , .. >i Al thai time,
    L vj ... ( anti-Catholic-
    j. pt tti itit.ti y. A gioup
    e- i lers. inclu li -
    hj.ji ] '-:. fhe., Me
    ji ... s '. rkes ( a Imaa.
    j ,_, .'. i d Ca 'i ki .i
    jl ). :':. r< a- an
    [r.e' ee ors in za'iin
    , :-!;. anti-Catho'ic-
    an> r of bigotry that
    lurr group of Amer-
    irt d v Ith a or?-
    :( u budget of ten
    .,! and has since
    -,, j ,. ~ ulf education-
    ran 63 regional of-
    id '.r* chan'er*. Current
    K ear y grating budget is
    ||,:n ma-v S3.UOO.000
    ; Orci ->il*t J". M'C'.I is .1 Civ'lC
    at ati r 'i jiouslv moti-
    f;,i i pe ;' "kin? through
    11.. m i : liscussion to pro-
    v : ;ra inn and mu-
    11< -- Uti: among men
    > religious and
    ur without com pro-
    rei.: iiefs.
    gove .' i i>> a 75 member
    : t- elected by a
    ol ..->.. which repre-
    ist g > igcanhic ar a- and
    eccn ethric. and so-
    hout ; iic conn-
    ii... -i iona1 c i-(''"'!
    i i v Shanks. R *
    and Le> L
    pn -i.i t ol NCCJ
    I c ... itei .font -
    program follows a multiple ap-
    proach at varicus, levels lo the
    in i rgr up itual i n ::; the com-
    i mit; li ; ".':'- mi I or.s '!
    America inr il 5 : 5 10
    tag pi [ram v .';i a-..I through
    ex ins 1 il fii 01 an I realiza-
    tions of iet; S me | rogram
    acth ities -
    v 1 al 51 isi rsh'.p Oi Brother-
    ho ci Week; > tuth institutes, con-
    ft rences an 1 camps: teacher
    workshop : labor- management
    seminars: police community re-
    lations institutes: parent-teacher
    programs 1 -n "Rearing Children
    ol Good W'lh" clergy conferen-
    ces, institute s ar.d dialogue pro-
    grams: religious news service:
    annual Mass Media Awards pro-
    gram: and development of print-
    ed materials and audio-visual
    aid- tor pro^rammin.
    k 1.
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    ti
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    th:.
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    boar;
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    IB"
    Ci:'1
    tr>
    "&
    er.
    Si'
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    Principles of Democracy Still
    Remain to be Put into Effect
    Pu-aos*: F: kin the By-taws of
    fii'i :i promote Justice.
    'ami' ur- i :' -| ::-. and coop-
    er. .i Christians and
    and i alyze moderate
    ive tj iminate inter ?roup
    ces h disfigure and
    stoi re [ business, social
    and political relations, with a
    1 n\ 1 .! rang at all times
    el) in .hich the religious
    1 B- it terhood and Justice
    beco the standard- ol
    relation hips."
    rm: program of
    1- : ve to approach
    In-.'. national ideal of
    g nation, under God.
    imliN -ihle. m th liberty and jus
    tit r all I: seeks the resolu-
    tion : co:-' :-.it\ problems by
    "inc.'-g t> bear on them the
    nj"i ins [h! shared by all the
    max rel gious groups and all
    per-, of ? ) >d will who make
    up i pluralistic society, The
    OUT OF THE DEPTHS
    NO
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    Pr-
    icc.
    mo:
    bi
    By
    DR. LEWIS WEBSTER JONES
    President, National Conference
    ef Christians ar.d Jews
    Despite the fact that the Jude
    Christian teaching us "the bro-
    therhood of man under the Father-
    hood ol God" :- the professed be-
    I el of -so million American Cath-
    olics, 61 million Protestants, and
    five ar.d a half million .lews, de-
    spite the tact that "libertj and
    justice for all" is promised in
    our National Pledge of Allegi-
    ance, despite the fact that relig-
    ious liberty and political equality-
    are guaranteed by the Constitu-
    tion ar.d the Bill of Rishts. many
    Americans are deprived of their
    rights because ol the manner in
    which they pray or the color of
    their skins The gap between prin-
    ciple and practice must be
    closed.
    The eyes of Europe. Asia and
    Africa arc upon the United
    States. The peace and freedom
    of the entire world may very
    well depend on how we deal with
    people of different ethnic and re-
    ligious background-. George
    Washington's celebrated phrase.
    to bigotry no sanction, to per-
    secution no assistance.'' is more
    timely and more urgent today
    than ever before in American
    history.
    Only by achieving unity in the
    great diversity of American life
    can we then assume moral re-
    sponsibility for leadership in the
    rapidly emerging world society.
    President Kennedy's Words
    Are Basic to Brotherhood
    By LEE H. BROSTOL
    Chairman, National
    Brotherhood W*k
    President Kennedy, in taking
    ever the helm of state, knew. a>
    all Presidents before him. that
    ,
    Photograph courtesy of ]im Brown
    HOW TO MOVE MOUNTAINS
    Courtesy
    : Elmer R. Messner, Rochester Times Union
    no one man could lead this
    mighty country without the di-
    vine guidance of God and the
    consent of his fellow citizens
    More than consent, the President
    asked for help when he said:
    . (but) ask what you can do
    for your country."
    As chairman for National Bro-
    therhood Week 1962. I am proud
    to answer Mr. Kennedy's request.
    I commend to your wholeheart-
    ed support the work of the Na-
    tional Conference of Christians
    and Jews in its aim to overcome
    fear, prejudice and bigotry
    among men.
    Brotherhood is Democracy at
    work. Brotherhood is the very
    essence of our democratic heri-
    tage and is rooted in all moral
    and ethical law-
    We Americans, no matter what
    cur race, creed or national ori-
    gins, can unleash a force more
    powerful than any military
    might: the treasured example of
    Freedom and Liberty In action
    Before it. no dictatorship can
    nuc to shackle the minds
    of men.
    "If there is any doubt today in
    anyone's mind about the need for
    letter human relationsthe prac-
    tice of Brotherhoodlook at the
    daily headlines Chances are that
    the failure to practice Brother-
    hood created the new- behind all
    too manv of those headline-."
    Ralph McGill
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    Friday, February IS, 1S32
    Some Rules for Observing Brotherhood
    What are the general rj: -
    M observance of Brother
    eekand i l Brother* >od u i
    i incept 365 ay- a year" None
    cci pi
    Bri-'Uurhood dov no:
    e have to love everyone
    .! ,ea.-.- we should give our-
    mderstand pc
    ; tveo <-"' creed ^r- a'
    . j-\ a- indivi
    , de
    Accept
    -
    i| : ens to I e iff"
    Don't I'll 3r
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    pie swit in men;
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    Di tackle t
    . iffcrence in understa Jd n -
    .* srt simply in yo ir ~ u>
    |j anri work out to ever
    difficult self-assignm
    .1 Brotherhood
    Find someone ami'4 vou:
    cq aintances ho v.a- a greater
    nderstai dint ol his tellow mac.
    lultivate his friendship and dis-
    ; js> your problem.- and doubts
    He will appreciate your need and
    e glad to share his experience
    Vou will be the beneficiary
    Rememberas you prow in
    .our knowledge and understand-
    . i of Brotherhood, you become
    t example for other? to folio/.
    Don't be afraid to :aik to
    rangers, but be prepared, to
    , stea as well.
    Dont be afraid to be an i>
    1 ividual and have ideas when you
    kaow in your heart tha' you arf
    . .:*ht. The damnation ot our so-
    , ,et* is its conformity and tear
    :> stand up and be counter.
    "Underlying the fundamental
    roblems of our time is the tate-
    : j1 fact that science and technolo-
    gy have narrowed the world to
    :- neighborhood before man has
    roadened it to a brotherhood.'
    David Samotf
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    Friday, February IS 1982
    rjewiit- ftcriJmr
    Paje 9-C
    ^
    What We Can Do for Our Country Now
    What car. I do C>: my country"
    This is probably the most tre-
    iiiently askei question in Amen-
    j today, There is a feeling ot
    inadequacy Md 80 inability to
    ransfer mi action the desire
    in the par of Americans to do
    something concrete in response
    to President Kennedy's ringing
    challenge: ". And so. my tei-
    ih American, aik not what your
    country can dj Jor youask whal
    you can lo ( >-T country.'"
    This is Bn iiern tod Week spon-
    sored by the National Conference
    i( Christi tins an! I wj. This or-
    ganize i >n i ':! to the aim
    : breaking I the harriers
    I reiig i: and ethnic
    eiudice i t tti reaten our de-
    .(!-;,(> ar.J '-:>' our busi-
    . ss, social '. ilitical relation-.
    \ total of iul ol every
    . \i'. lucts hundred-
    educations programs toi
    ,v itherho I Jhoui the coun-
    tr> in the Re Is E education, re-
    gion, la i igem..... u -
    immunii
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    >\ .tv Am i imperatii ^
    ed for 3 r-i l cation to the con-
    cepts o! I' and our Ju
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    i help eradicate bigotry, fe
    ind prejud.j'-f among men. not
    >oly during this week of Brother
    :iood, but throughout the year
    To accomplish this change
    Human attitudes lad emotion* is
    i herculean u*i requiring the
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    t% ery America I No American
    ;an escape ais responsibility.
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    > understand the meaning of true
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    *Jelst ncrid/tar
    Friday. February 16, 1962
    Russian Trip Leaves Much to Recall
    By BARBARA SCHWARTZ
    li i> a Shabba> morning in Len-
    ingrad. Shabbily garbed Russians
    hurry up the broad street toward
    the iron gales of the Shul. Some
    reply to our greeting. "Good Shab-
    bas." others barely nod The guide
    insists on joining us to "see the
    service." But we are five and it is
    easy to separate in a tremendous
    building we are told the Lenin-
    grad synagogue is the largest in
    all Europe, seating 2.000 people.
    The men in our party leave us
    at the loot ol the stairs leading
    to the women's balcony. There is
    no way lor the guide to keep track
    of them. Upstairs we scatter
    around the balcony We estimate
    the congregation at about 150 to
    200.
    The cantor s voice is rich, full
    of pathos. He looks like the young-
    est Russian in the synagogue An
    elderly woman, as indeed are all
    the balcony's 30 occupants, leans
    toward us. not to urge quiet, but
    to relate that we should hear theii
    regular cantor whose voice is
    much better than the substitute
    now conducting the chazan. Even
    the rabbi is out of the city, she
    adds. This is all the information
    thi.- woman could volunteer.
    We wait impatiently for the
    service to end. We can see our
    friends carrying on animated
    conversations at both ends of
    the synagogue, and we are anx-
    ious to find out what is taking
    place. At long last, the cantor
    raises the kiddush cup. We go
    down the stairs to join our party.
    One of our men reports he was
    wanted as soon as he donned his
    yanriulka that "it is very difficult
    to talk hereinformers are every-
    where." Another Russian, who
    said he worked in a meat proces-
    sing plant attached himself to our
    friend, telling him that everything
    wa> very good for the Jews, "they
    had enough siddurs and talaisim."
    Our own observations indicated
    otherwise, since many men were
    sharing books and two-thirds did
    not wear talaisim. The man stuck
    clo-eand no one else came near.
    Finally, with the aid of another
    m< mber of our party who divert-
    Thli is" aniither i>i j series of urfi-
    < m feU-ISn life ni flic Soviet On
    !i .:t>: b. Miss rL'I'jra SchuOTR
    who has recently rerurnc'ii from jn
    extettsire mp in urium parts of the
    S"-. :ei Union.
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    ed him. our reporter managed t" the USSR. She herself looked
    avoid the hanger-on and joined an- very bedraggled. When she
    Other Jew who told him 'we can't smiled, only two teeth were vis-
    t.ilk here 1 II meet you outside.'' ible, both silver.
    In the shadow of the gri at syna-
    gogue, thi; man pressed his ques-
    tions. He knew little about what
    was going on outside the I'.S.R.R.
    and his curiosity seemed insati-
    able Another question asked ol
    the men was if American Jews
    practiced Bar Mitzvah and it there
    were schools for the children. Still
    another asked if we had any Jew-
    ish calendars, since ;t was diffi-
    cult to keep '.rack <: Yahrzeil
    dates.
    While this was going on down-
    stairs, one of our ladies v :i~ meet
    ing another kind of Russian. A
    woman in a black hat (the onlj
    one >o "formally" dressed) sidled
    up. saying she had a favor to ask.
    She wanted money, claiming "it
    is very bad for the Jews." When
    her request for cash was turned
    down, she went on to add that the
    Jews inform on one another and
    that "we lost our gabbi that way."
    Another woman, overhearing this
    became very agitated, demanding
    to know "where do you come from
    we never see you in shul." While
    the woman in the black hat main-
    tained that she always comes on
    Shabbas. the other women shied
    away from her.
    When our friend changed her
    seat, the woman who had made
    the accusation followed, to tell
    her that she was going to write
    a letter to President Kennedy
    "asking him for peace." She
    was going to tell him, she said,
    that if he had lived through the
    900-day sie,ge of Leningrad, "he
    would also wint peace." She
    wanted to know if there were
    any poor people in America, and
    when told there were, she ad-
    mitted that it was also hue in
    During the service, she conceded
    that she as 60 years old. We had
    thought she looked considerably
    older. Her two.sisters were both
    In Israel, she said, but when aske !
    if she would join them if s! cou
    lie little eld lady said "no. her
    life was in Leningrad." As I
    two women became more friei
    pictures of smiling grandchildren
    always cement bond- between
    women the world overshe asked
    "when will the United State- ad
    Communism?" Her assertion o:
    when, rather than .t. took our
    friend aback, but she managed I
    answei "when I'm lo' again The
    Russian woman patted her k:-e>
    and consoled her with the thought
    that "we didn't think we could
    overthrow the C*ar, either. Thi; ,
    elderly woman, though obviouslj
    deeply religious, was complete!)
    sold on the Soviet system.
    Meanwhile, the other lady in i
    our party was dialling with ail
    other Russian woman, who was a
    retired ear. nose, and throat spe-
    cialist. A widow, who lived on
    her 80 ruble a month pension, she
    reminded our companion that the
    government had paid for her edu
    cation, as well as that of her two
    children who are both teachers.
    She apologized for the small crowd
    in the synagogue, explaining that
    ma ny were away on vacation
    During weekday services the Beth
    Mulra.-h was used, she said, and
    on the High Holidays. 5.000 Jews
    crowd the main sanctuary, stj-i
    on the Steps, and spill out into the
    courtyard beyond.
    We had much to think about as
    we boarded our plane the next da}
    for the la-t stop ::i our tourMos-
    cow .
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    Friday. February 16. 1962
    * Jtfms/- ffur/kMaun
    Page 11-C
    Sephardic Jew Takes Charge;
    Loves to Help Others at Cedars
    gov. counts
    Gov. Collins
    Will Speck at
    NCCJ Dinner
    s, Forn er -:
    w-iH i... thi prii
    ... .,k. r at i i' i nual Bro
    Dd dinni r II e National
    Fcrcnci f (';;'.-' ians ar ; Jews
    . Feb. 19. ..i the Fon-
    n(: leau hotel.
    William C Gaithcr is general
    rman of the dinner.
    lo> Collins, now of Washington.
    I is president of the National
    .- i Broadcasters wink- >.till
    Governor's office, ho was
    ected onto the national scone
    - chairman of the Democratic na-
    nal i .invention of I960.
    It was also revealed by Judge
    Ray Pearson, chairman of the
    NCCJ regional awards commit-
    e. that Anthony R. Abraham,
    John S. Knight and Mitchell
    vVolfson will receive the annual
    Brotherhood Award, bestowed
    'or outstanding leadership in the
    interests of good human rela-
    ions.
    The University of Miami, ac-
    rding to Judge Pearson, will re-
    rivi a special award for foster-
    the "first permanent univer-
    department of human reja-
    - th< U s..\ a- well as for
    ts outstanding work in behalf ol
    international s t u d n t pro-
    m."
    All Floridians know Gov, Col-
    s' qualities as a man of charac-
    ler and conviction.'' said Gaithcr.
    i > also realize he is one of
    great speakers of our time.
    Vi are fortunate to have him ap-
    pear ui our Brotherhood dinner."
    A Sephardic J< w s ci rj ng out
    his own i i. i.....: I" .
    thropy at the Snack Room of Ced-
    ars of Lcbani ital.
    I Io~ Sam Cordova, 62, i i 400 N\V
    32nd c; a chef and restauraU r
    for 42 ei rs
    Once ;: euvres
    at the Wa li:: Vsti ris lati r a pri-
    vate staurai I m r, after 28
    years in \< Y rk ai 16 yei rs in
    Mian i Sam m his timi
    Ik hin.i thi inter iI the modern
    . an ing Snack Bi at Cedars
    "I like to help the hospitalI
    always help people,'' he says. If
    necessary, he couid probably ex-
    press himself more eloquently
    in French, German, Italian, Turk-
    ish, or Greek, all of which he
    speaks fluently.
    . -
    Ai mj in 1914 ..- an pn ter."
    he e> eepinj eyi .ill the
    \< hilt n traj Ik ing ] d by
    "< -- Estelh "1 i ayed
    the went l h< opera,
    I mus
    Now. his greatesl Joj ;.re hi.- v-
    en grandchildren, whose pictures
    he proudly displays,
    Sam Cordova came to the I'nited
    States in 192< on the first Turkish
    ship to this country alter World
    War I.
    Born in 1SS9 in Mustapha Pasha,
    Turkey, a territory which was
    later overrun by Bulgaria, he com-
    pleted the equivalent i '. a U. S
    hij:h school education, but is for
    the most part self-taught in lan-
    guages. music, and philosophy, with
    music his great love.
    Once, in New York City, he pur-
    chased an antique-finished mando-
    lin from the famed music publisher
    Carl Fisher, paymp "a lot more
    than 1 should have." Later, he
    discovered it was a genuine Stradi-
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    Sam soeaks proudly of the man-
    dolin, which is still one of his
    prized possessions. But, most
    important in life, Sam says, is
    the icy of extending kindnesses
    to others.
    y home, and ". am not
    afraid ol the fur M : lesl
    nist an children
    are w ell, I esi eciall B'nai
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    He is .. mi mbi r i f Derogation
    ft'esl iaml Lodge
    ;; n; B'rith
    Sam Cordova, cheerful res-
    taurateur, linguist, end phi-
    losopher, at his favorite sta-
    tion in Cedars oi Lebanon
    Hospital.
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    BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY, Inc.
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    GENERAL INSURANCE
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    kwist FiericHOTJ
    Te:r. Raphael Congregation recently installed
    c.::.cers c: a dinnei a! Michel's restaurant. Left
    to right are Ralph Krieger. financial secretcry:
    Mania Schwaxlanan, trecsurer; Charles Klein.
    tiecosd vice president: Julius Sape.-c pres-
    ident: Benjamin Agronow. recording secre-
    tcry; Lawrence T. Berliner, first vice pres-
    ident: end Samuel Hussein, trustee, installing
    c'.i.ce: was Rabbi Samuel April, c: Coral Way
    Jewish Center.
    Outstanding Israeli Dance Team to Make
    Sow Here at Jewish Music Festival
    T .-.. I r '':.: 1C : .' .". coming
    to Miami .-.- performers for the
    A .-. Theater cf S nj er.d Danct.
    which will nake it first appear-
    ance here Funda> night. Feb. 18,
    nl Templ< :---.-
    The> ill I < th featured per-
    i at :he ar.nua! Jew-
    i't, Musi< i stival sp< .-> red I y
    the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
    ii > Center in cooperation with
    tin Cantors Assn.
    Frances Alenikoff, choreograph-
    n career. .I3 be joined by Robert
    <; Auorsrr., sirttr-tccoraionist. in a
    program <1 cance and song jr. the
    j wish idiom oJ ifct past arc" pres-
    ent
    Mis.' A:en:koif ho studied with
    Martha Graham. Dons Humphrey,
    and Katherrne Dunham, has ap-
    VtoTtd en fre New York concert
    Stage, at the Tar^!ewood Music
    Festival, anr or. television.
    Rtter: Ge'ald was formerly to-
    la r in the companies cf Pearl
    Lang, Jean ErtJmar and Myra
    r net
    Tb Ax \ Theater v..}) t-e or stage
    Weiss Elected President
    Hungarian Ameri-
    ca Jewish garuzation
    II Rl : ;.-. ;si5
    V y nsta offi-
    cers Mil: -. 5 the or-
    gat :. .,--
    . 45 minutes. .".< stccti half of
    ths program will feature ( young
    Mian si -un enti list! ho were
    selected through aui and a
    local canter.
    Charles Re-k;r.. trumpet, will
    perform hi? own "Suit* Aliyah."
    accompanied at the ^ an< by his
    world-renowned .;..r.;: mother,
    Joan Field.
    Diane Clein will perform several
    j compositions on the flute ace pic-
    colo, accompaniec t> Mrs.. Mimi
    Retskin at the piarc.
    A group of Israeli songs will be
    presentee by Cantor Ben-Zion
    ; Kirschenbaum, of Bett 7t>rat Cor*g-
    ; regation. accomi;ax:e ty Vera
    | Rowley.
    The box office will r* c-pered at
    ' Temple Israel or tie right el the
    event at 7 p.m. The MBCCll begins
    [at 8:15 p.m.
    Pepper Names Usina
    I 11 -kit Usina ias been nam-
    td campaign finar i chairman b>
    Claude Pepper in Pepper's bid for
    M nev Congress onal post in norih
    Dadc county Usina heads Peo-
    ples National Bank oi Miami
    Shores. American National Bank of
    North Miami. Peoples National
    Bank of North Miami Beach, and
    the National Bank : Commerce.
    Miami Official
    Attends Hearing
    Marvin S. Schreiher. executive
    ; director of Senior Day Centers.
    invited by the Department of
    Health. Education and Welfare.
    served S a consultant at
    Congressional hearirc in Washing-
    [ten en Feb. 8 and oc Secretary
    ; Abraham Ribicoi: s new. welfare
    legislation concerning clay centers
    for senior c.tiaens
    S c h r e i be I testified at the
    hearings on the program of the
    Malcolm Rc*i Day Center.
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    from
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    LIE DETECTION SPECIALISTS
    DADE FEDERAL BUILDING
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    Established in 1926
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    *jGi*ftJlQrfaft9#)
    Page 13-C
    ffc/CfV Examines Charity Habits
    .._. FTA> a gra
    . [ewish tontnb-
    . ; campaigns and
    philanthropic
    . ;p a research
    .-, stratified sam-
    '.tributars :o
    Appeal ol Ji-
    A s "! vary of the re-
    ,jed jre by Herman
    itty Council 01
    ;. the Na
    ter of
    ago
    eonti
    . a
    i
    .
    n

    . an avei
    tr.ualiy. Some
    biggest givers.
    -.. more, have
    SEW \:--

    - >
    . >-rt ii.i-


    -
    '... -

    -
    - \

    1 S5U.IH10 or
    - ., ; less than
    ,1 n) rep i irage income
    i| 13 l
    Contributors eome mainly from
    profession*', jid businessmen,
    with more It"an hall reporting
    they are proprietors and miiv
    j^ers. Smj t; tV*S>Tt are more
    in semi-pro'esi^-Jl. clerical and
    I milar fie : i
    ( ribution, the
    , i in nor ir syna-
    .'- group mem-
    ion to ". a '.' d
    v. -. jhl pel
    . .; rel -
    belong i
    -,\ pen ei l ol
    ercen; fivers are ii
    , 43 p itive ar I
    ... >mbers Thess
    n ol prac-
    D : -
    . _.. -- than $1
    jallj .87 percent
    . ir to be less
    allies and
    want non-Jew ish
    .....I don >rs
    that ice ng bein i
    riant, their
    f a "a lew'! proved
    ting as
    ..... iymbol dentifica-1
    ur.-Ji n ighbcrs.
    Less than :t the givers con-;
    - tributions to "charity"
    imp rtant. .s 41 percent cited
    suppi i tir Isra '." is pan ol
    irg^j ^i i ." ., Other, fl
    in value; l tern-
    ' *) p r< knowing the
    .! '58 per-
    ,, ...... ... .,.t, (aj(j,"
    4" "" ance of diet-
    ary laws" eight
    . the ristiar.s 61
    perci
    Ton eentribueort jive 76 per-
    cert c; th total rrorny given to
    Jew:s- causes i" cent *o UJA. Smallest donors
    give 6" percent to ai. Jewish
    causes but s-'-. "5 perce-t to
    UJA. Only IJ percent of the
    givort list gift* to synagogues
    aid non-sectarian causes get 15
    to 17 percent ;f a'l gifts by small
    donors. This is seen as a oo-
    sib'e reflection of the accultur-
    ation process, particularly amo-.i
    younger suburban Jews, show-
    ing a desi/e to be loyal to both
    communities in which they live.
    About to percent listed the IMA
    as their favorite cause and 18 per-
    cent gave 1- their sec-mil. Ques-
    tions as to why a giver named a
    favorite cause found that the "tra-
    dition culture" factor was nearly
    the lowest ind the religious factor
    the lowest f,ive '---cent for the
    big gh ei and less than thr< pi r
    cent tor the in Ethi 1
    loyalty" < is isted as'the primary
    factor among the biggest givers
    The report feu nd that all rontrib-
    : thi ms IVes as
    more i...... in th Ir friends.
    busii and r.eij
    ..... ire t." Per-
    ...... >js than 5500 I thi
    UJA ile: Red "g giving
    lower standards Larger given
    bontrlbuted almost 1.1 percent 0.
    their income. Sma rs gav
    two tv .it.
    Only .. i rcenl ->'an
    and jfett .: ad;ghee all the cam-.,
    rnru \- tHey vHTlf!i'8pcTl %*" **
    60 perci nl th< > m ik all selec-
    tions 5I) a !
    solicite I This lac I lai nh -
    ';" Rt Ol '
    op donors
    Determining -'-e total amount
    ?r r a'- ph anthroevc -j_oes is
    also rrcre racuaiard 1-;-i p in-
    n?d. Only 24 peree.-l Mated that
    tt-e. fa; ) *l l-n .iroci:
    b :f :--. l< inci o;
    docidiro a '0 o u t nd'vidua
    Over 47 aereai :: t'-o oo dere i
    i---ve s i 1 ; I' : plan
    compared wth 8<"'y '- 7* -
    cf the !! ; donors. Income
    is mentioned sv -2 o::?-t as
    the macr eors.der i" On in set-
    ting tre ovoral! amount cf siv-
    ing, varying from 3 oercert for
    the larges" ? ver ro 73 perce t
    for the smaUest.
    Decidif.s! >n ,j am iun( l in-
    dividual c)"tr.'c" ns s is I '-
    |y a mat'er ot chance. Of a'.l re-
    spondents B4 wrce t state ill
    .'i> ons are jpontar.eous.
    In answe: o a dit irobe >:i
    the iriluenc, g'fts : Jthers have
    in their iwr. contributions, at
    25 percent il all pers ns bul 41
    percent ol th t< p i a In ti
    such com >a ns v-:'
    :ent ol top contributor-
    stated that th ':'":
    u> their stimai
    Ihi :n their jr >up '.>
    lie-.- t .. isor.s tend t tci as
    heir gifts and i nos!
    numb r say it us
    er fishes ror Brotherhccc /Vee
    MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
    Mr. 3rd rV\rs. Jacob Rabinowirz
    Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowifz
    A/ srd Mrs. Mo'-'is Rabinowitz
    A/-, and Mrs. So! Goldstein
    "C -J. Gi'ii" \3S
    IMMVS IMC.
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    Man-; ileacS
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    Page 14-C
    vJenisir ftericftor
    Friday, February 16, 1962
    UN Group
    Eyes Envoy
    UNITED NATIONS (JTA
    The Palestine Conciliation Com-
    mission, which was ordered in a
    resolution adopted by the General
    Assembly last month to "intensify"
    its elforts toward possible solution
    ol the Arab refugee problem, is
    considering the appointment of
    another special emissary to deal
    on the issue with the Arab govern-
    ments and with Israel, it was
    learned here this week.
    The Commission's plans were dis-
    cussed at a conference between
    Sadi Kldem. of Turkey, chairman
    Ol the PCC, and U Thant. the acting
    Secretary-General,
    Turkey is one of the three mem-
    bers of the Commission, the
    others being the United States,
    represented by Ambassador
    Francis T. P. Plimpton, and
    France, represented by Lnois
    Dauge. It was Mr. Thant's first
    meeting, since he assumed his
    post, with any UN body dealing
    with the Arab-Israel conflicts.
    Last August, the PCC named Dr
    Joseph E. Johnson, president of
    the Carnegie Endowment for In
    ternational Peace, as a special en-
    voy to the Middle East, charging
    him with seeking some solutions to
    the refugee problem. Dr. John-
    son's mandate expired last month,
    after he submitted a report on his
    mission.
    It is considered unlikely that the
    Commission would now reappoint
    Dr. Johnsonor that he would ac-
    cept the job again if it were offered
    to him. However, it is known that
    the Commission is now seeking a
    prominent personality who may
    not, necessarily, be an American
    to continue the work begun by Dr.
    Johnson.
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    Dave Bear Glazeroif (left) receives plaque from Rabbi Leon
    Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom. at a mem-
    bership celebration of Miami Beach chapter of Hadassah in
    Miami Beach Auditorium. Glazeroff was honored for his
    S25.000 gift to Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center
    in Israel. Some 3.500 persons witnessed the presentation
    event.
    Starts Quarter Century
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    April. Burns, a former resident
    Thomas M Burns. Jr., funeral of Jacksonville, was cne of a group
    director and executive with River- of four who founded, in 1917. the
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    Herzog Speaks Here
    "A Party for Canadians." in con-
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    conference for Israel Bonds and
    the celebration of Eddie Cantor's
    70th birthday, was held Satur-
    day evening. 8 p.m.. at the Fon-
    tainebleau hotel, it has been an-
    nounced by D. Lou Harris, national
    chairman for Israel Bonds in Cana-
    da. Yaacov Herzog. Ambassador
    of Israel to Canada, was guest
    ol honor and speaker.
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    More Jews
    Fall in Fracas
    In Algeria
    U.GIERS JTA) Seven
    - were killed and two seriously
    ied during the last throe days
    . es in a number of Algerian
    ,. between terrorists of the un-
    round Moslem FLN and the
    ret rganization of Europeans,
    , mr< tenting struggle of iocs
    supporters of Algerian inde-
    , mounted in lury.
    v Oran Tuesday, further inci-
    i, ,.i- occurred in the Jewish quar-
    ts Europeans adherents of the
    PAS the French anti-independence
    , rground, and the FLN, MOS-
    group fighting for indepen-
    ,, continued clashing for the
    successive day. Fighting bc-
    , n the two groups took place
    I hi streets of the Jewish section
    the city, which is the heart of
    an, However, no Jewish casual-
    lies were reported in this latest
    ,1 of fighting
    Tension among Algerian Jews
    continued to mount, especially
    in Constantine where terrorism
    was unchecked. Many Jews have
    left Constantine and others are
    preparing to abandon homes and
    .hops to save their lives. In all
    of the small towns around Con-
    stantine, Jews were reported to
    be fleeing daily.
    In i onstantine. only 7.000 Jews
    left of a community which
    mbered 18.000. The Talmud
    school in Constantine which
    about 900 pupils and was the
    i port ant in Algeria, now has
    The OUT school was toned
    -,;-: end because only 14 students
    i left. AH of the small towns
    M | C'on-taniine were reported
    facing the same problems, with no
    shochet, or model remain-
    -
    nch < tfKial- sent troop rein-
    Jorcements today to Algiers. Oran
    . :h! Bone to increase street patrols.
    also were under considera-
    n to cordon off areas where in-
    tercommunal tensions are most
    . mte.
    Food and Hotels Division of the 1962 Combined Jewish Ap-
    peal came through in a big way at the recent kickofi fund-
    raising meeting of the Food group. Harold Friedland (left).
    Food and Hotels Division co-chairman, tells CJA chairman
    Cal Kovens that the initial meeting resulted in an cverage
    50 percent increase in gilts as compared to last yecr.
    More Dead Sea Findings
    LONDON iJTAi Enough
    new discoveries were found in the
    latest British archeological expedi-
    tion, seeking mor< Dead Sea
    Scroll-, in the yumram area in
    Jordan, to justify more diggings
    there. Dr. John Allegro, professor
    of Semitic languages at Manchester
    University, declared here this
    week.
    Dr. Allegro announced that dig-
    ging I;: the Christmas Cave ot the
    Kidron Valley, in the Qumram
    area, was temporarily finished,
    and said there was -plenty of evi-
    dence to justify further investiga-
    tions The main chamber of the
    cave, he -aid. yielded many wooden
    objects, remnants ol clothing, san-
    , ..:-. and distinctive pottery" dat-
    ing back to the Roman occupation
    of Palestine.
    Mi anwhile in Rome, ovens used
    by an ancient Jewish community
    iii Italy for baking matzoh were
    discovered among the ruins of what
    maj have been the oldest syna-
    ;ue in Europe, it was reported
    . Prof. Maria Floriani Squarcia-
    pjno. a noted Italian archeologist.
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