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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining WE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Vt me 35 Number 8
Miami. Florida. Friday. February 23, 1962
Two Sections Pi;ce ZZc
Red Denies Saying Jews Are Security Risks

Charges Interview With
Yiddish Press Journalist
Cited Views Inaccurately
MiKli.NATION'S MTAVadin. Bogosii vsky, a >"vwi member
:' ire United Nations staff who had been widely quoted as saying thai
twish scientists in the Soviet Union are being watched as alleged
.my risks, denied this week hi made anj such statement to a
ter for the Yiddish-language daily, tin Day-Morning Journal
EPOiE CANTOR TO BE HONORED
Israel Bend Inaugural
ening Here Friday;
reporter said fla'ly that the
: ofiieuJ did make the State-
-
The Soviet official said he had
~ct the reporter in the UN dele-
M s lounge and had several
:as.al conversations, during
nhich the reporter had tried to
c--w htm out on the situation
:; -e Jews in the Soviet Union.
-i said he had replied that he
unfamiliar with the topic
he ha- lived outside the
U-iion since 1956. He also
said th?f, contrary to the ac-
in the Morning Journal, he
I nst born in Odessa, nor was
- ; mother Jewish.
repi rter, Gershon Jacobson.
hal bis repor; was an ac-
C?ntinued on Page 5-A
JACK bfNNY
... to lead c'lebmfion
Communist Press
Provoking Anti-
iS
l*wJ
Negev Will be Theme
A> delegates gathered here this week for the opening of the thi <-
day 1962 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, Prime Minister B
Gurion hailed Eddie Cantor as a high example of American Jewish
leadersh'p in behalf of Israels growih and development.
The high point of the conference.
ra
^emtisni
NEW YORK(JTA)Soviet m pen rea hinj here with the
.: J( in Vilna havi I er.t. ed this eek to death
and [ : ti prison terms n to 10 y< ars for
I -cui encj speculation" rev a peal to a ti-Semitic
feelings, according to an analysis in tl New York li.: ild-Tribum
The ana > >is described the treat-
men) ol Jews in '.he Soviet press
living alleged economic Of-
fi nses as "unprecedented," de-
claring that the press seldom re-
ports on criminal or judicial pro-
Devaluation Upheaval Ebbing
As Fiscal Action is Advanced
CABINET LISTS ALLtVIATIONS PAGl 3A
. -. the analysis asserted
thai in the last three months major
al and national journals had
. i -,;ribi I "in lurid detail" the con-
v:ctians and d ath sentences of 12
Russian Jew s "for sell serving
nomii ii i ies." During 1961,
2i other Russian .lews received
. rison sentences in such cases.
The analysis said that the geo-
graphic pattern of the press re-
ports "and the careful labeling
of Jewish principals make it
which will launch this year's drive
to raute $66,500,000 to stimulate
Israel's economic progress, with
articular emphasis on the settle-
ment .f the Ni gev, will be the
celebration of the 70th birthday of
Eddie Cantor on Saturday night at
the Fontainebleau hotel.
In a c*'.:'v addressed to the
conference, Mr. Ben-Guiion de-
clared thit Carter's dedication
Of his 70th bitihJay to the
launching cf lh 1562 Isiael
Bond campaign is "symbolic of
a lor.q career of devotion to your
people and to humanity."
; >aj| n : tribute lo Cantor's work
. ael, the Prime Min-
-:, : ra d: "With tl e help oi peo-
>le like yourself, the Builders of
Israi l will c ntnue in this de-
isivt year of emergency immi-
ration tu fulfill the primary func-
tion ol a Ire independent Israel
n providing life and a future for
cur fellow Jews."
A leader of Israel Bonds since
Continued on Page 6-A
LOUIS BOYAR
. nationol chairman
i SALEM (JTA) The
nomic upheavals touched off by
ii devaluation of Israel's pound
, n to subside this week under
M. impact of strenuous Govern-
emergency fiscal moves.
At the end of the first week of
vperience with the devalued cur-
ency, rocketing prices began to
t'.abilize and the rush of Israeli
cit;2ens to convert their cheaper
inds into commodities eased
substantially. Nearly I 5.000.000
ere funneied into Israel banks in
payoffs of dollar-linked mortgages
MIAMI MOVES
One of the first groups to
take advantage of a mor!-
concession granted by
t^ie Government was the Mi-
ami Group of investors,
which raised S2.000.000 with-
in a few days to pay off at
t h e pre-devaluation rate
I 6.000.000 of the I 8.000.-
000 in dollar-linked loans
granted by the Governments
Tourist Development Corpor-
ation for the group's hotels
in Israel. Y. Federman.
head of the Miami group,
who left for the U.S. Mon-
day, raised the required sum
from among the members of
the group, the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency reported this
week.
ir. cases where an emergency
Treasury regulation permitted
such payments at the old rate ol
exchange.
The impact of devaluation on
a currency substantially tied to
the American dollar also carried
the threat cf a political crisis. A .
folldress debate was held in Is-
rael's Parliament in which Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol was
assailed from the right for poli-
cies allegedly too little and too
late and from the left for "rob-
bery of the masses."
While the Government's fiscal
1 experts worked feverishly to east-
he apparently unexpected impact
on prices. Eshkol delayed a Cabi-
net bid for a Knesset vote on the
new fiscal policies. Opposition
parties filed three non-confidence
motions.
Of more concern to the dominant
Continued on Page 3-A
Continued on Page 10-A
CSCrClOPfDIA CITtD AS SUNOIROUS
Court Convicts Publisher
For Slur Against Leon Blum
court convicted this week the pub ^ ^ llf(.tmu, fasclsts and olner |
iishers of the Larousse Encylope- antJ.SelI,ltt,s had contended that1
c!ia on charges of slandering thejtnis was his rea| name, to "expose
memory of the late Leon Blum and him as a foreign Jew."
ordered payment of damages of | ^ pub|ishers nad pleaded that
1.000 French francs ($200) to ROD-1 ^ resp0ll;:,bility for the slander-
crt Blum, son of the late French ^ arUcle rested on one of the con-
statesman, tributors but the court rejected
Ilobert Blum had sued the Ency- that defense, holding that the pub-
clopedla firm for publication of an I Ushers had been guilty ot failing
' article asserting *^^ Continued on Page 16-A
French Premiers real name was|
UN Restricts
Z0A Program
UNITED NATIONS(JTA)A
program planned by the Zionist Or-
ganization of America at its semi-
nar at the United Nations could
not be carried out because of re-
strictions imposed by UN officials,
it was reported here this week.
The officials emphasized that the
restrictions were imposed as a re-
sult of the UN policy not to involve
tht international organization to
religious ceremonies.
U.S. in $10 Million Loan to Israel
i
* ,.
,uc-ni\:rTON (JTA) The ducts processing equipment The
WASHINGTON ,Jln' rarries the nomina interest
i week it had granted Israel a loan oi; ten an
^^mtW^r^^^\^^^^ the Un .ted
! Israel's economy. The tuna ""* agreed to sell $39,600,-
As a result, the chanting of
the Hebrew liturgy, "El Mole
Rachamim," in memory of the
late UN Secretary General Dag
Hammarskjold did not take
place. Photographs were barred,
and a memorial scroll scheduled
?or presentation to the secreta-
riat in tribute to Hammarskjold
remained in the ZOA office. No
member cf the UN secretariat
was present to receive it a n d
ncne attended any part of the
ceremony, in which a minute of
silence was substituted for the
liturgy.
About 800 top ZOA leaders from
all parts of the United States came
to the UN Conference Room 1 tor
the ceremony. Among those listed
i as speakers were Ambassador
Adlai Stevenson and ZOA president
Max Bressler. The Ambassador
did not show up and Mr. Bressler
did not speak. The change in the
Saturday. Egypt will get wheat,
flour, cottonseed oil and soybean
oil with payments to be made in
Egyptian currency.
in Cairo it was announced that .
th IS granted $40,000,000 in aid memorial prayer was made at the
o tne iSd1 Arab Republic to uques; of retiring UN Lndersecre-
Lui.cUra.n storage plants" Of this tary Andre* W. Cordier. who said
Continued on Page 3-A
Continued on Pag* 1S-A


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Paqe 2-A
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Friday. February 23. 19621
Sen. Hamphrey to Speak at Reception;
Parker Will Receive Einstein Award
fROST TO CHAIR RECEPTION PASt U-A
U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey.
(D.-Minn.) will b< guest speaker
a! the seventh annual Miami Beach
reception for the Albert EUnsjtein
College of Medicine.
The reception will be held in the
Fontainebieau hotel on Sunday,
B'nai BYifh
Hafkvah Lodge
Elects Officers
A newly-organized B'nai B nth
lodge has been announced here.
Members are residen's ol Morton
Towers on Miami Beach.
The new 150-member Hatikvah
Lodge has elected Joseph B. Gonn-
M. in as president. Other efiicers
include:
Max Marin. first vice president:
Manuel Mentz. second vice presi-
dent; Harold S. Caplan, third vice
president; .Hidah J. Sweet, fourth
vice president: Charles E. Kauf-
man, treasurer; Samuel H. Glass-
man, financial secretary: Robert
L. Grover. corresponding and re-
cording secretary; Meyer L. Cher-
has, chaplain: Frank Kravit, Wil-
liam E Harris and Al Sohmer.
: sleet
Board of directors include Eli
Kamer, Judge Frederick N. Barad,
Nathan Goldman. Jack Crid
Schweder Lou Levit, Joe
: |sai ire Levin, Louis Rosen-
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11.. i a member of the Senate Ap-
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An additional feature of the
reception will be a medical dis-
cussion of the problems ard
achievement of current medical
research ani their implications
for the future. Dr. Marcus D.
Kogel, dean of the medical col-
leg?, and Dr. Harry H. Gordon,
re-wly appointed professor of
pediatrics, will be participants.
Charles Frcst, of Palm Beach,
Westport, Conn., and New York
City, will be general chairman of
the event.
The Einstein College, which
opened in 1953, will graduate its
fourth class this June. It ranked
fifth in the nation in terms of train-
ing and research grants received
foi the year 1960-61.
Albert Parker, of Palm Beach.
has been -elected to receive the
L962 Service Award of the Albert
Einstt in College ol Medicine
The ..ward is presented each
year for "outstanding leadership
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Uana ee and Greater Miami Lay
Diabetes Societies. Located at the
Jacksonville YMCA camp site, the
tamp will be open from Aug. 19
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Red Students at Hebrew U.
Fail to Embarrass Kennedy
SEN. HUMPHREY
Beth David Plans
50th Anniversary
Gold-engraved invitations have
been mailed to Beth David Congre-
gation's family of members, an-
nouncing its Golden Jubilee dinner
dance to be held on Sunday. Mar.
11. at the congregation.
Phillip Schiff, president of Beth
David, has appointed as co-chair-
men Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ba lanes, and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin.
on the Golden Jubi-
lc ( dinner dance committee arc Mr
and Mrs Sidnej Aronovitz, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Berger, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mr and Mrs
Michai! C ivin. Mr. and Mrs Mau-
i ce Daum, Mr and Mrs, Harry
Gordon Mr and Mrs Max Jacob-
. Mr and Mrs, Sidm\ Kaplan.
Dr. and Mrs M. A Kleiman. Dr.
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(-. ppaport, Mr an I Mrs.
Harold Reinhard, Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip v luff. Mr and Mrs. Frank
Solom m, and Mr, and Mrs. Leon-
Wolf
JERUSALEM (JTA Pro-
Western students at the H
University tangle? with CoBffliu-
nisi students this week when Ed-
ai M. Kennedy, brother of Pres-
ident Kenne y. arrived al the cam-
pus to address the students.
President Kennedy'.- youngest
brother ended a two-day informal
visit to Israel with his appearance
;,i ;] university. A small Com-
munist group of student- greeted
him with shouts of Kennedy. Go
Home.' while they waved anti-
American placards Mr. Kennedy
gave them a quick glance and went
into the university auditorium
where he was vigorously applaud-
ed.
Outside, the pro-Western students
scuffled with the Communist-.
pushing them away, shouting them
down and pulling away their pla-
cards The visitor had been booked
for a small auditorium but Ihe
crowd that wanted to hear him was
so large that university officials
i pened the largi r hall which was
so inadequate tor the overflow
i rowd.
He hailed Israi contribution to
thi ment ol African na-
tions, declaring thai .'hen he visit-
, d Afrit a. "Is iremend ius
:ii-.;-. ..'.' :.- mar.\ "I
the new Hi said great
admiration and affection for IsraJ
was shared by an Americans, dj
KcrHRnjS nfas a friendship "roote
ii a common philosophy Latt
he conferred with Prime MiolsQ|
David Ben Gurion for 9ii minutes.
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Friday. February 23. 1962
*, #Vwf# Rforiidltor)
Paqe 3-A
Israel Cabinet Views Alleviations
i
Newly-elected officers of the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce are 'left to right) Leonard A. Baker, general manager;
Leo Eisenstein, treasurer; Parks Rusk, president; Shepard
Broad, fast vice president; and C. L. Clements Jr., second vice
presider.1.
Beach Chamber Elects Officers
Parks Rusk, publisher, was unan-
imously elected president of tho
M imi Beach Chamber of Com-
,rii' foi 1982-63 by members of
the hoard of governors at the Beach
' ,'liber last week.
Officers named in later balloting
:nr 1962*3 were Shepard Broad,
., lorney, first vice president; C. L.
lements, jr.. Chase Federal Sav-
> and Loan Assn.. second vice
resident; and Leo Eisenstein,
ealtor, treasurer.
C. W. (Pete) Ch$e jr., who
has served on the board of gov-
ernors for 40 years as its treasur-
er, was oroinally elected treasur-
er, but stepped down and was
unanimously elected to the board
of trustees. Chase was one of the
original founders of the Chamber
back in 1921.
Elected to fill a three-year term
on the board, which was recently
vacated, is Milton Sirkin. invest-
ments, and Dr. Jack Greenhouse
Has elected to fill a two-year term
due to the resignation of former
board member Ted Greenfield.
Appointed-to one-year terms on
the board of governors were Donald
Burgess, Bernard Burke, Marcus
0. Sarokin. Samuel Seltzer, A. D.
Smith, and Charles Whitebrook.
In the final action of the meet-
ing. Leonard A. Baker was reap-
pointed to serve as general man-
ager of the Beach Chamber.
JERUSALEM iJT.V Is-j
rael's Cabinet devoted its regular.
weekly meeting Sunday to discus-
sions revolving around the new
economic policy, following last
week's devaluation of the Israeli
pound, The Cabinet approved in
principle a series of steps to help
all. \iate the situation that has re-
sulted from the pound devaluation,
and empowered a Ministerial com-
mittee to work out the details of
the policy, which was to be pre-
sented to the Knesset early this
week.
Some of the recommendations
are intended to ease the burden
of mortgages whose indebtedness,
linked to dollar loans, has in-
creased 67 percent. L'nder the de-
valuation policy, the Israeli cur-
rency, which used to be worth 1.8
pounds to the dollar, is now valued
at three pounds to the dollar.
Mortgagees owing ioans on
apartment buildings or low-cost
housing are to be given several
choices for relief, including con-
version of the dollar-link to the
ccst-of-living index linked retro-
actively to the date of issuance of
the loan, or three months' grace
to repay existing mortgages fully
or partly at the pre-devaluation
rate, or time extension for repay-
ment of the mortgages at the
new rate. Additionally, mort-
gagees would be given an extra
one-third period in which to repay
their indebtedness, so that a
mortgtje repayable in s'x years
will not fall due until eight years.
O'her recommendations include
reliei to be extended to tanners
who have loans or mortgages from
development funds which have
been dollar linked until now.
Meanwhile, the devaluation-spark
ed economic upheaval appeared to
be stabilizing here. Prices ap-
peared to have stopped the upward
surge touched off by the currency
devaluation.
David Horowitz. Governor of the
State Bank of Israel, was reported
to have suggested thai the Govern-
ment l-sue short-term, cost-of-liv-
index-linked secunti* as a
i i -limit for dollar-linked secu-
rities as ere way to absorb the
excess spendable money. Another
suggestion was to increase the in-
teresl on foreign currency deposits
to about nine or ten percent.
Manufacturers reached an agree-
ment with the Government, under
which no surcharge duties will be
levied on raw materials, and the
i manufacturers agreed to maintain
' existing prices as long as stocks
bought at pre-devaluation prices
remain available.
Broward Zionists Hear Speaker
Robert A. Persky. of Atlanta,
Ga.. past president of the South-
east region of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, and a member
of the National Executive Council
of the ZOA, was guesl speaker at
a community-wide meeting of the
Broward Zionist District on
Wednesday evening at Temple Beth
Sholem of Hollywood
Rabbi Samuel Mendclowitz. pres-
ident of the district, conducted th<
meeting, and Dr. A. Kreuger Co
lin led community singing.
Assisting Rabbi Mendeiowttz on
the arrangements were Jacob Har-
rison. Isidore Kramer. David Har-
ris, Julius W. Harris. Irving Oxen-
horn, Jacob Drimmer, Morris Kris-
tal and Gil Rappaport, executive
lirector.
JS2
Devaluation Upheaval Ebbs
As Fiscal Action Rushed


Continued from Page 1-A
Mapai was the threat of a coalition
partner, the leftist Achdut Avodah.
t i defect from the coalition if sub-,
slantial relief was not assured to
workers and farmers hard hit by
the effect: of the devaluation, par-,
nilarly those who had taken dol- j
i.h linked loansincluding mort-.
gagesat the old rates. Such loans
overnight became two-thirds great-
er. Achdut also demanded im-
rebate increases in cost of living
allowances to workers to help them
meet thi suddenly surging do-
mestic prices.
Moving quickly to dampen the
political, a n d public storm, the
I reasury boosted the interest rate
ol foreign currency deposits from
- 'ven to nine or ten percent. Such
interest will be tax exempt and
uyable in foreign currency, a de-
\ ice to persuade depositors to leave
heir savings in the bank and thus
limit the pressures of new addi-
Lii ns to spendable funds.
The Finance Minister told the
Knesset that the policy was moti-
vated by needs for more exports,
increased efficiency and produc-
tivity. He said it was a prepara-
tory step toward agreement with
the expanding European Common
Market. He assured the Parlia-
ment that problems created do-
mestically by tho new policy
would be tackled by special com-
mittees to be assigned to deal
with dollar-linked loans to settle-
ments and popular housing own-
ers, savings in banks, and mainte-
nance of current prices.
The Industry Minister announced
that a proposed surtax on stocks
of imported materialswhich had
been planned to absorb the differ-
ence in the exchange rate created
by devaluationwould be waived if
manufacturers using those materi-
als could satisfy the Ministry they
would hold the price line for at
least six months.
Taxi tares jumped 20 percent,
as did rates in hotels and restau-
rants. Building materials rose in
price but as yet no large-scale
transactions have been carried out
in such materials because dealers
remained uncertain as to the effect
on their prices of the new customs
duties announced as part of the
Government's new economic poli-
cy.
The Development Ministry re-
jected a demand by the Electric
Corporation for a rise in rates and
! for a rise in natural gas rates.
Furniture prices rose from 10 to
1 15 percent.
Dade
Federal
Savings
has 5
convenient
offices to serve
Dade County
U.S. Loan fo Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
sum. S17.000.000 was granted to the
U.S. Agency for International De-
velopment as a loan to finance for-
eign currency requirements, and
the equivalent of $23,000,000 as a
grant from funds accumulated in
Egypt from the sale of surplus
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Friday. February 23. 1362
IS I Adar 5722
Dedication to Dreams
I/ed ..',:." rherr.se!ves to lb*
Lecad i v the Negev some 2 (XX
Ls.-ael Bond leaders wi launch
eir 1362 i ational inaug jra] -: a-
ierence on Miami Beact this
eeke: ~
A del a array ".; personal
the arts and politics I zi been
ii.-.ecuied ro e ~, : : .:. :.-.
i enl from Eric Johnston a .".v
ing American envoy ioi former
? resident E.ser.nowe: to !-'-!<
y and Edward G. Robii
But behind the glittering events
.-..-. also include a stunning in
ternationaJ Israel-Dior fashion pre
ere. with fihn actresses Carroll
Ecker and Fan Sterling parbcipc-
l;-g, stands the immutable ac-
pushment of Israel Bonds
themselves, and their service in
; -.: [srael since the launch-
..-.-; of the bcr.c issue .-.ere back
.. .May. 1951.
Israel Bonds have emerged as
c vital life source of ..-.vestment
pita! for the State of Israel. The
:hievement of bonds in 1361 is
rmbolic record in itself the
rcising of S57.214.300 for the best
or in the drive's entire history.
Since its launching in Miami Beach more
than a decade ago. Israel Bonds have cc-
counted for seme S523.000,000 of investment
capital for the young Jewish republ.c in the
M.ddle East. This is a sum with which to be
reckoned, because it represents ecor.'
an rial and industrial progress for Israel in
c variety of fields.
During the decade ahead. Israel will be
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The Newspaperman Wins
The off-hand comment a Soviet official at
United Nations made to a Yiddish pre
vspaperman h lised a furor. The official
now denies that he made it; odds are '.hat he
Recent happenings i n t h e Soviet Union
m to reflect the UN official's attitude. The
::d sentencing of Jewish leaders
ither with the continuing repress.on
Jewish religious and cultural fc, life,
trend I -ward anti-Semit
What the Comm I .pokesman scid :
thai Jewish scientists ir. the Soviet Union are
regarded as greater security risks than theii
ncn-Jewi3h colleagues. The implications of
such an observation are clearly apparent. The
provocative nature of the comment bears out
what returning New York Timesman Harrison
Salisbury wrote in a recent issue of his paper
that "anti-Semitism is again showing its ugly
face" in Russia.
It bears out the validity of repeated New
York Herald Tribune stories from the Soviet
Union that official Soviet policy, both in gov-
ernment and in the press, has taken on in-
creasingly anti-Semitic overtones.
Thus, it is more than highly likely that the
Yiddish language newspaperman reported the
Russian's comment accurately. In any con-
test about whom to believe, the newsman can
be relied upon to win hands down.
looking to it3 promising southland to the
sands of the Neqev, where much potential
wealth lies, and where new horizons of devel-
opment await her people's ambition to invest
their land with the sweat of their labored love.
The Negev has already proved itself a
tst source of economic possibility; and in
1362, as well as during the years to come, the
development of the Negev will rely heavily or.
Israel Bonds.
The Israel Bond drive seeks some S65.0C0,-
in the current year for investment in the
Negev and in other areas of Israel's economy.
The importance of this potential sum is unde:-
-red by Israel's anticipated population in-
of some 5C0.000 by 1966. and double
that f.gure by 1970.
Of the first half-million, no less than 25."
will in all probability be settled in the
Negev men. women and children who, to-
gether wi;h the present settlers there, must
supply the energetic manpower necessary to
exploit the Negev's rich resources.
Largely composed of desert areas today
Israel envisions the emergence of a verdant
world in her southland from the Port of Elat
at the country's extreme southern tip, to Ash-
dod in the north. With the help of Israel Bond
investment capital, this dream can be reason-
ably advanced toward reality.
It is to such dreams that the 1962 inaug-
ural conference on Miami Beach will be dedi-
cated.
Principles of Brotherhood
In the waning days of National Brother-
hood Week, celebrated Feb. 18 to 25. it would
be fitting for Americans to consider that brother-
hood a3 a way of life is something to be ob-
served throughout the year.
Brotherhood Week gives us the oppor
tunity to pause and reflect upon the democratic
principles indigenous to this nation.
Let us endow America with the meaning
of its great and free history.
I
daring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
A MEMO from the desk of
** Dr. Jerome D Hank]
warns us: "FfnsHv. ivr ritf
It *A:n? up! Without the
Jewish race. Communism
would never have gotten oft
the ground. After it wins the
wor'd. they'll put us all six
feet into it." The memo seems
to have been broadcast among
some key Dersons in the com-
munity. Dt. Harold is a v..
Si his etfifta.. Ma.sss with, a
left my name and number >n order that 'here
aft chirppra-slor1 tdfahewrl Jjim
paTienf" "I carefully
should be no mistake about my affiliation profesional or red .,.
Moments later, he surprised me by re'ur-ing the call.
At the outset. Dr Haro'd showed a ginger disinclination to cUvai
author>hip of the mem Never specifics"ly den/'ng it. he he.'an by
asking me to r*ad the nore to him then to repeat the railing.
Next, he queried me with re-pect to ray be'i'. Didn't I realize that
ir was true that Jews are. after all. behind the emergence of Com-
munism in our time? 1 repli-*d that I had -imply phoned to v r f-.
link to the memo, and that I could see r.o point in srguing -
tents.
The chiropract'T would not be dissuaded. He launched :;
toric" dissertation on Russian Jewrj of the tenth a_d el-
turies describii I iing with other '"races." tr
,1 and religious repress .. and the,r u^t-r.-.ite a -
through th I Communist ideoli
a; ; :. .- he declared I mean nothing u
Soi mj '".--' fr.er.ds are Jews.'
; -.- -t-
A STHHG OF ACHATID DINIAIS
i^R. HAROLD PAUSED m mentaril) in h.- dissertat'on. He ,-.--
" mj lent accusation Good Lord he repeated "Don't si) :
k I am an an 5env!?i Nexl came a string of agitated i tuais
could >ee no po-- jative impfications concemirg Jews
the text of his memo: some of his bet: friends were Jews: he never
stated cr even hinted that a I Jews are Communists, but mere!)
warred his race tc recognize the dangerous Jewi-h role; he felt 11
considerable importance.that unwilling dupes, so many of them Jews
should be made aware of their traitorous contribution to the n-.r.
line: some of his best friends were Jews.
Also: A fellow-chiropractor, incidentally Jewish, had been I
b> the FBI that eighty five percent' of the agents uncovered here
are Jewish. "I never said that.'' ho hotly observed "A member
y .nr own lace voluntarily reported this to me so it must be true
Adding to the logic ot his structure, he suggested subtly: "i assume
s:r. there are more Christian membeis of my race in the IS. tl
there are Jews. This means there must be more Christian Commu-
nists than Jewish ones'" Didn't tnis demonstrate the understanding
i his clearly objective view? Besides: S n i : his !>..?; friends were
Jews.
Dr Harold rep< lenied the existence of even a shred n
active cr consc.ous an .-> m in h ai seemed witling t> coo
e that perhap- hi- insensitivit) to Jewish experience in the i.
: bigotry blinded him t.> the dangerous implications of his mem
Would he. 1 queried, tb.ere.ore o< k nd en ugh to rewrite his "ar-
in such a way a- ti delete its unneeessao and unintended ar.:
-litic implications? He couldn't. Dr Harjid r plied, because I
would com prom i" rmciples What be said about Je s
absolutely true. But com this sh \ please, in turn, blind me I
of hs best I
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ALLAYING TM rUNDAYCHJAHSTS C0h.SC!tSCl
i
Award to Samuel Halperin
Samuel J. Halperin will receive the
National Community Service Award of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America next
Tuesday at a special Seminary convocation
dinner here.
In his quiet and unassuming way, Hal-
perin has been participating regularly through-
out the years in this community's civic, phil-
anthropic, and religious affairs.
It is this service that brought him the
Southeastern chairmanship of the national
planning committee of the Jewish Theological
Seminary; it is this service that has brought
Halperin other distinctions in the communal
causes to which he dedicates himself.
The latest distinction accorded him is an-
other that Greater Miami applauds him for
meriting.
He CHIROPRACTOR'S his! ricai" reference to tent
,. rite Kl
: i1 ." itci i of resp labil
Iron Curtain Over Ai b) John Beattv the late Texas SMU
i notabli \g big ts I self, w to i
implicit Judeo Christian I n > ol ,.i aying Funda
(. cen ;. their irrti-S Once i tablis
t tcda Jew n s of New 1 esl imenl \ inn en r t the
that ii Rus >ia a ici |ical con .
. red no mihtar.- Chr slian i.> aLout I
(his anti Jev sh attit
It would h:i fruitless 1 I sc ch subtleties o< r I
th Dr. Harold But another example : the really vi
r mean i ; ol his endi r. and the textui [icationi
- in the reprint ol a le m i- : I
Citizi itself, is
particularly relevant except that it r<: the ultra-right -
character ad the publication Tl er signed ur W Ka
manager of Zayre 9tores here, acknowleges l>i Harold's inquirj
18 and reports /..> r Stores' removal from sale of "all the mer-
.:. Use manufactured in CommUNist sici-held countries, right af
rece r I rst l( ttei I Dec. 15 and have, in fact, shipped sai
out of our store."
"The Citizen Speaks" is published in Key Biscayne by N J. Car-
den, about 38 years of age, and at last report in the roof-building
business. In the January issue, an open letter signed by Carden to
Sen. Smathers. Sen. Holland, and Rep. Fascell declares: "They (new-
paperM scream daily of the Adolph Eighman (Sid trial, and how he
supposedly helped exterminate 6,000.000 Jews What they don't
mention is the fact that 20 years ago. the U.S.A. was sending thous-
ands of Christian boys over there to stop these atrocities.'*
i- : -|.
niLlRS' AMONG TM 'NEWS' ITtMS
1SJARNS PUBLISHER CARDEN: "We fought a war on behalf of the
" persecuted Jews, and thousands of gallons of Christian blood were
spilled ... As a Christian and supposedly Christian nation, I want to
know if you plan to propose any legislation that will reduce
appropriations to departments and bureaus within the framework of
our government which are obviously infiltrated and directed by anti-
Christians dedicated to establishing the godless (sic) UN as a one-
world super-government? If these people are not stopped soon, I
think you will see a Christian uprising in this nation that will make
the Civil War seem like a Boy Scout picnic."
Also in the January issue is the announcement of the formation
of a National Rifle Association Senior Rifle Club to be known in
Miami as the "Rattlesnake Rifle and Pistol Club" its obvious roots
in the Minute Man movement. Interspersed among "news" items
are such "fillers" as: "Those who will not tolerate Christmas in OUR
schools should net profit by Christmas in THEIR stores" and "The
money changers had better wake up because the money spenders are
beginning to." A note from Martha McKinney. of West Palm Beach
Continued on Pag* S-A

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Friday. February 23. 1962
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Hebrew Univ. Leaders Hear Balfour
Dr. Georqe S. Wise, of Mexico City (left), presents the 1SE2
Scopus Awcrd to Samuel Ro!hberg, of Pecria, Hi., at Sunday
I's banquet which high'.ioht=d a three-day n-.t'onal con-
:erenre of tlie American Friends of the Hebrew University of
'em held at the Americana hotel.
eivig an autographed parchment reproduction of the his-
ric Balfour Declaration of 1917 are Hebrew University foun-
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, of Micmi Beach, from the
Earl of Balfour. Loid Balfour gave the principal cd-
: Sunday night's dinnei honoring Samuel Rothbei
,..-. ; o national conference of the American Friend3 ol
. University of Jerusalem.
"The Hebrew University serves
as a beacon to all who believe that
the future is with the spirit of free
inquiry." President John F. Ken-
nedy wired the national conference
of the American Friends0oJ.ibe1%l&4
brew University of Jerusalem.
which concluded its sessions at the
Americana hotel on Monday.
The nation's chief executive told
Sunday night's dinner honoring
Samuel Ro.hherg, of Peoria. 111.,
"Yen have made a contribution of
failh in an educational experiment
which has already more than re-
paid your efforts."
Rothberg received t h e 1962
Scopus Award, highest recognition
which the American Friends can
bestow upon an individual, '"for
extraordinary services to the He-
brew University of Jerusalem." He
is a founder of the new campus of
Israel's first and largest institution
of higher learning and a member
oi the executive committee and
the national board of the American
friends.
Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, of the State of Israel,
cabled: "I am glad to join you
in tribute to my dear friend, Sam
Rothberg. His distinguished ser-
vices to the development of Is-
rael in general and to the He-
brew University in particular are
known and appreciated by us all-
Please convey to him my best
personal wishes on this well de-
served honor."
Other wires of congratulation
were received from Secretary of
Ilealih. Education and Welfare
Abraham Ribicoff, of the United
States, and from Abba Eban, Is-i
rael's Minister of Education and j
Culture. Israel's Foreign Minister.
Golda Heir, and Finance Minister.
L sages to Rothberg. who also is
president of Israel Investors Corp.,
and national campaign chairman
! oi State of Israel Bonds. Other mes-
sages came from Dr. Nahum Gold-
mann In Geneva, chairman of the
World Jewish Congress; Dr. Giulio
Racah. rector of the Hebrew L'ni-
vi rsltj Dewey D. Stone, of Brock-
Mass., chairman of the United
Israel Appeal; Joseph Meyerhot'f,
of Bal imore, general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal; Abra-
ham Feinberg. of New York, presi
dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion; and by many other top Is-
\ raeli and American educational.
sfivicand religious leaders.
Dr. George S. Wise, of Mexico
City, chairman of the board of gov-
! crnors of the Hebrew University,
made the actual presentation of
the Scopus Award. In accepting it.
Rc'.hberg said: "The Hebrew Uni-
versity is not only the showplace of
Israel, but also probably the single
most important instrumentality in
linking the Jewish people every-
where with Israci "
Pr:ncipal address was delivered
by the Earl of Balfour, who came
to Miami Beach to launch the
worldwide celebration of the 4jth
anniversary of the issuance of
the historic Balfour Declaration.
He presented parchment repro-
ductions cf the historic document
to members of the audience, who
are members of the Society of
Founders of the New Campus of
the Hebrew University.
Greetings were extended by
Daniel G. ROSS, Ol New York, chair-
man of the board of directors of
the American Friends, and by Jack
S. Popickj of Miami Beach, presi-
dent of the South Florida Division
of the American Friends. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman. of Temple Emanu-
El. gave the invocation.
J u d g e Louis E. Levinthal. of
Philadelphia, chairmar. i'. the
tional conference, preside* at
dinner.
The Farl of BallV.ur. II
dress, declared that "the power
example must be accounted i
pi the priceless educai I
oi the Hebrew University
Jerusalem, a I on g u ts ma
/h r vital services t>> hui i
Recalling his family'', associa
with !h( creation oi the Jewish
tional home, he q pre
tion made by the first I i -
n he procli o
ing oi the Hebrt Univi rsitj
VI nt Scopus in 1921
efl rl u ithin Pali it wh:
came to an end many -edi
y< ars ago, is ii resui
ii thi am ienl home ol the pi
. Unless I mis'.in lersti
- ns oi the times, unl ss I h
pn foundly mistaki i thi geni
the Jewish people, the expenm
i- pr destined to lne> its 11<
cess, on which not onlj mei
Jewish birth, but others ?hai
the common civilization of !
world, will have reasoi t< .
gratulate themselves."
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To Discuss Workmen's Circle
Philip A. Block will .
speaker at a forum oi the I '_
Ten'/. School on Tuesdaj evem.'.r.
A representative of thi .'- v
Daily Forward, of Bosi Ma
Block will discuss the v.
Circle.
THE WEEK... IS I SEE II
Continued from Page 4-A
warns the U.S. against giving as-
sistance to Betancourt's "Social-
ist waste (which) has reduced
Venezuela to near bankruptcy."
Mrs. McKinney is a known anti-
Semite.
One can go on and on, analyz-
ing the obvious editorial sib
stance of "The Citizen Speaks."
In his introduction to the letter
from Zayre S t o r e s. Pul
Carden says that Dr. Harold is
a subscriber To what, then. d< i
hi nbscribi il som< i f his I -
fi ii '.ds are Jews?
Post Script: Dr. Hai
zen Speaks" subsci <.
pic sident of the Com Itee
Documentation of Inl n.
i ; n lii regi tei
h; -ee Listed as -> ". ;.
Ellis Rubin, atto n<
The corporation's ..
ti. lioi is to make f'l: i:. t
activities >>f Jack Gon
be ol the Dade Coui
I lie Instruction, I
ti. : II; .: also anni
it Mi
L'CHAYIM
Re?? Official Denies Interview to the American quality of greatness!
Continued from Pace 1-A
. cci lint of the conversations
. id that he had specified in his
Morj that the report had not been
. i i on an official interview but
I the results of a "private talk."
The United Zionists-Revisionists
' Vmerica meanwhile charged this
i k that some Jewish leaders are
attempting to weaken Jewish de-
(rmination to protest the treat-
mint of Jews in Soviet Russia."
They warned that "the hush-hush
policy advocated by these leaders
may seal the fate of Soviet Jewry
to the spiritual genocide to which
'he Communist authorities have
I n;ed them."
"Voices have been raised lately
by some Jewish leaders here and
abroad tending to absolve the
Scviet Government of charges
that it is discriminating against
its Jewish citizens and persecut-
ing Jewish leaders with trumped-
up accusations," the Zionist Re-
v:sionist statement said.
'There is an obvious effort to
ease the public's fear about the
Soviet's anti-Jewish policy. We
deem it therefore encumbent upon
s to warn Jewish and free world
opinion not to fall prey to these
-nothing voices lest it will be too
late to save Soviet Jewry from the
spiritual genocide to which it is
doomed by Communist policy."
Lev! Meyers Harby
Early American naval hero-
Harby's rise to rank of
Captain at the age of 25
forecast a distinguished
career. He fought in the
War of 1812. in the
Mexican War which brought
Texas into the Union, in
the defeat ot the pirates of
Algiers and Tripoli, and in
the Civil War. Being a son
of South Carolina, he
t on the Confederate
side.
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Friday. February 23, \%i\
Israel Bond Inaugural Will Open Here Friday
Continued from Page 1-A
its inception 11 years ago. Cantor
has. during the pasl seven years,
served as nat;onal chairman oi
the Builders Israel Bonds concerned chieflj
with the construction of hous
for m immi ;rants.
The message from \:v. Ben-
Gurion ..!< made pub ic by
SPECIAL HOUOZS
the exti
,!i of
fund tl '
. .
Orga
est
ond rs in
order to n the i >-
pi r ar.( e ol increased pur-
cl ases lo fi
cedented developmenl pro-
gram in the southi rn de.
region.
In the Trustee group in
which the standard minimum
subscription is $10,000. a
new honor designation of
Negev Trustee has been set
up. Investors in Israel Bonds
will be required to buy $15.-
000 to qualify as Negev Trus-
tees.
In the Builders of Israel
category, which has been
I headed by Eddie Cantor as
national chairman, subscrib-
ers will be asked to pur-
chase $4,500 in Israel Bonds
to earn the title of Negev
I Builders. This is the amount
needed to build one housing
I unit for an immigrant fam-
il\ in the Negev.
In the Guardian and Spon-
sor division, the standard
. purchase has been SI.000. In
order to be classified as a
Negev Guardian or Nege\
I Sponsor (for women) Israel
Bond purchasers "ill be ex-
pected to buy a minimum of j
SI .500 for 1962.
soring committee include former
Presidents Herbert H Hoover and
Harry S Tinman. Chief Justice
Earl Warren, and Justices Tom
Clark and William O. Douglas, of
the U.S Supreme Court: Orville
Freeman. Secretary of Agricul-
tare; Abraham A, Ribicoff, Secre
lary of He. th, E k ation and Wel-
fare; and Mrs, Franklin IV R
The I co
ence fi B >nds Boyar
Israel Bond leaders plan an intensified effort to sell Bonds
in connection with the Eddie Cantor 70th birthday celebration
at the Fontainebleau hotel Saturday evening. Standing at a
map of the Negev, Israel's southern desert, whose develop-
ment is a central purpose of the campaign to sell S66,500,000
in Israel Bonds during 1962, are (left to right) Samuel Roth-
berg, of Peoria, 111.; national campaian chairman of the Israel
Bond drive; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, of New York, vice pres-
ident; and Louis H. Boyar. of Los Angeles, chairman of the
Eddie Cantor celebration, and national chairman of Trustees
of the Israel Bond Organization.
Boyar, of Los Angeles, national
chairman of the inaugural i i
and ol the Eddie Canti r b I
i celebi ation.
Mr. BenGurien's emphosis on
the role of Israel Bonds in pro-
vicing hou'ir.q fer imrrieir.i>-ts
was echoed by Finance Minister
Levi Eshkol. In his tribute to
Cantor, the Finance Minister dj-
clared: "It is more than fitting
that the national inaugural con-
ference for the 1962 Israel Bord
campaign will be climaxed with
a celebration honoring you.
"(inee more your unfailing 1 ive
m to your people, as
demoi straU d by your de\
leadership of the Builders of Is-
rael, "ill prove a rallying poinl in
strengthening Israel through the
nationwide sale of Israel Bonds.
S i ]-. as the emergenev im-
migration rate increasing daily, all
Builders of Israel face the noble
task of providing tens of thousands
<1 housing units, jobs, life and
freedom for our brethren."
More than 2.000 from
: i rnited States and I lanad i will
take part in the Israel Bond con-
ference.
Outstanding personalities from
the entertainment world will take
I part in the Cantor birthday pro-
gram Saturday evening. These in-
clude Jack Benny. Carroll Baker.
Roberta Peters. Edward G. Rob-
inson. Dick Shawn. Jan Sterling.
I Ed Sullivan and Sophie Tucker.
Guest speakers will he Eric A. |
Johnston, president of the Motion
Picture Assri of America, and Am-
bassa r M ehael S. Coma>. Is-
rael's permanent representative to
the United Nations. Oth< r speak-
rs ill A li r a h a m Fe'nberg.
president I the Israel Bond Organ-
zal. in; Boj ar. ho is a so servii
as national chairman of Trustees;
and Ira Guilden, national chair-
man.
Boyar expressed the view that
the goal o SI5,000,000 in Israel
Bond sales adopted for the cele-
bration as a birthday "gift" to
Cantor would b? reached. In
addition to sales to those who
attend th? celebration, he noted,
Israel Bonfls are being sold
throughout the United Staves ard
Canada in honor of Cantor's 70th
birthday. Admission to the din-
ner is based on trie purchase of
a minimum of $1,000 in Israel
Bends plus $10 for the dinner.
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Awards for sale driving and cer-
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to 137 drivers in the Holsum Bakers
Reel throughout Florida. Sate
Driving Awards representing a,
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driving have been presented by,
W. A. Hunton, general sales man-j
the Holsum Bakers, and]
lack Thaler, resident representa-
tive, engineering and loss control,
the Travelers Insurance Company,
who furnished the awards
Boyar announced that 23 gov-
ernors and 51 United States Sena-
tors have .joined the national spon-
soring committee for the Eddie
Cantor 70!h brthday celebration.
Herbert H. Lehman, former U.S.
Senator and Governor of New
York, is chairman of the sponsor-
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other personalities on the spon-
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onimunity Center Youth Eye Thorny Problems
. y,. ian's analysis of fraterni-
v college campuses has
, ature treatment In the
I issue ol Esquire Maga-
The
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I
lysis, in a mg let-
i "Aftermath," Is from
,; ater Miami Jewish
Center exccu ive. He
i Tropp, GMJCC assocl-
h mai > 5 >ars of ex-
[he Cent< r m ivement,
n relalioi ships that gov-
r ij know i
L speaKS. An example is
I. .. ii eighth annual teen-
. e of the Greater Miami
['i mun : Center hi Id al
|.u |, nt Plaza hotel back in
... i: pp sees it, "a greal deal
ol > mtp k'ersy seems to have been
the conclave." Some of
it>,,. eonti iversy involves these is-
I-
V\eie these young people a
topical troup of Jewish youth?
D.c they have an antagonis-
tic view cf public education and
Jewish education?
Shcjld teens be permitted to
criticize their elders or the es-
tablish* d institutions?
She.Id adults accept the an-
swers of teens at face value, and
simply fallow their advice?
K.nir hundred boys and girls of
i-nior high school age. represent-
j Y" clubs, got together in
ronterence. and devoted
I attention to a seriea of ten
multar.eotu workshops dealing
ainly with the problems of educa-
I n.unly. the tac: that so
lanj Ji vish youth thought it im-
I l to give up a Sunday after-
I iil down and discuss seri-
tu- in- t'i>. could hardly be a
[ .i r complaint."
T pp*s view, "it was recog-
hizcd thai it would be foil} to simp-
le permit the unleashing of wild
knd irre.-ponsible criticism. Several
flips were taken in consideration
us p issibittty. There was prior
Kon>uI'ation with officials' of both
lb. pul ic and Jewish educational
'. stems in Dade county, who were
lid vised in detail about the plans.
< vhose suggestions were, for
file mou part, incorporated in the
f .'. There was a training
f all discussion leader-;.
t p techniques for stimulat-
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Jewish Community Center. Thirty-three clubs of senior high
age compete annually for the community service award given
to the outstanding group. Shown above are club members at
the North County Branch working on a rummage collection, as
one of their many projects. Standing (left to right) are, Linda
Berger, Sandy Rothenberg and Sue Freundlich. Helping them
is club advisor Arlene Heller.
terming whether there was a con- reported in detail in the Dec. 15
sensus or split opinion. issue of The Jewish Flondian.
The findings have been present- These are valuable and important
e.l to the various authorities, as | findings. Responsible leadership
U.S. Investors View Israel
By Special Report
NEW YORK Some 30 prom-
inent America i businessmen, serv-
ing on the board of the AMPAL-
American Israel Corp.. most of
them accompanied by their wives.
left la-t w.ek via El Al Israel Air-
lines on the .") liou-nule flight to
Israel to take a close look at the
many varied investment projects in
which their corporation holds sub-
stantial interests there.
The AMPAL American Israel
corporation, largest private group
ii American investors in Israel.
marked its -0th anniversary with
i 10-day meeting ol its board of
directors in Israel from Feb. 4 to
14. AMPAL was established in
1942 io mobolize investmenl cap-
ital tor the advancement of the
Israeli economy.
its establishment in 1942,
AMPAE American Israel Corp.
has channeled more than 5375 mil-
it n io the economy of Israel. Its
Periodontist to Speak
Miami Beach Dental Society will
hold its next meeting on Monday,
(i:30 p.m.. at tile Seville hotel. Dr.
Lewis Fox. periodontist. will be
guest speaker.
total assets exceed 570 million. The
group has ixported over SOU mil-
lion worth of goods from the U.S.
and Canada to Israel, and import-
ed close to $10 million worth of I
goods from Israel through its sub-
sidiaries. Israel Purchashing Serv-
ice of New York, and Canpal-Cana-
dian Israel Trading Company of
Canada.
cannot fail to iind helpful clues
for the future development of their
own programs."
O.her GMJCC officials point to
th< fact that -'the Miami Herald
gave tins conclave extensive fea-
ture coverage, as it has done tor
several 'years, and referred to it as
one oi the outstanding youth for-
ums in the community, The Jewish
Piuridian has a,so seen tit to pub-
1..-11 the results ol tin se sessions at
.bngth. Further, these reports
have been passed along by t h e
riiigio-Jewish wire services, a n d
have been published and editoria-
i.e.l upon by many Anglo-Jewish
papers throughout the country.
Whatever one may think of the
conclusions of these young people,
Miami Jewish youth have made a
nationwide mark."
Why have these sessions been
so unusual and attracted such
universal attention from both the
Jewish and general communities?
In the opinion of Greater Miami
Jewish Commadty Center of-
ficials, "the answers are not hard
to find if we will look for them
with composure. Three years ago,
the conclave discussed 'The Val-
ues of Youth Today,' and the
comments were sharply revealing
of the society in which we live.
Two years ago, the young people
asked prominent national and
international figures to present
questions to them, and they dis-
cussed these questions dealing
with national and world affairs,
again demonstrating the capacity
of youth to think with clarity
and originality.
'"This past year, their chosen
subject was 'Teens Look to the New
frontier Through Education.' Why
was this subject so important to
discuss at this time? It is no secret
that '.he field of education has re-
ceived a thorough raking-over dur-
ing the past decade."
Center officials indicate that
when Jacques Barzun. Dean of
Faculties of Columbia University,
talked about the American educa-
tional system as one that, in the
cult of "life adjustment" had only
succeeded in achieving "education
without instruction."' he was sum-
marizing the thinking ot the most
advanced educational analysts of
our time. When Dr. Albert School-
man, in his report on the study of
thi American Association for Jew-
ish Education, stated that "it has
!( in felt by teachers, rabbis and
thoughtful parents that the curric-
ulum of the Jewish school is too
much a carryover from the ol I
world scene," he too was stating
one of the pioneering views :a
Jewish education today.
"With all of these thorny prob-
lems, lor which teacher.-, college
administrators, philosophers and
parents are desperately searching
for answers, it could only be seen
an exciting prospect to lmd out
what the recipients ol this educa-
tion had to say about their own
experiences, Any parent of even a
; hiee \ ear-old child has discovered
llut one can learn the deepest
truths from these young minds."
Tropp believes that "to discov-
er a precious gem of wisdom
from an unexpected source is
one of the delights of living. This
does not mean that all that
comes from the mouths of babes,
or teens, or educators must be
taken with equal weight. But,
with the discriminating judge-
ment of an open mind, there are
invaluable veins of gold to be
mined. Adults can afford to be
b i g enough to disregard these
.; elements that derive from igno-
rance rr blind emotion, since they
knew how vulnerable they them-
selves are to these same foibles.
"Thus, if teens need not be
viewed as experts, if it is not neces-
sary to accept everything that they
say as the final tru'.h. if their criti-
cism may seem harsh and heated,
it is still worthwhile, it is essential,
that we give them the chance to
say what they feel. If adults can-
not sift out the truths and cannot
accept the pain, then the reflection
is hardly on the young."
NEXT WEEK:
Startling Conclusions.
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F-noei Heiman (left), former president of the Greater Miami
.i-vish Federation, discusses campaign plans with A. B. Wiener,
;-airman of the Accountants Group.
Mrs, Joan (Michael) Comay (right), wife of the Israel Ambassa-
ccr to the United Nations, is shown with Mrs. Charles Feinberg
eft), women's chairman for General Solicitations, and Cal
Kevens, CJA campaign chairman.
<_/Vew ^Jlorizi
OI1S
Hew Horizons in growing Greater M:arm a Itronger, happier
cu"n:u>iitv with a chance for a full life for a!! South FlondiatU
New Hotootu for the thousand] little hut the clothes on their back* and hope Neu' HonsoiU in
participation in the work, oj the Combined feui.sh Appeal by an ever-
increasing number of local citnens New Horizons which can be
attained if the community u-ill only reach out for them And
Hew Horizons of u-hich it can be said m later years "We were there
We eaTe ... We helped "
Key leaders of the Autom
Group mot again a; Mia
Springs Villas. They include I
Merrill Friedman, Har I I
man, Burton Kahn, Harvey So!j-
mon, and William Lehman.
They reported thai their com-
mittees arc ill-out" I"
reach all of Greater Miami's a i
tomobile dealers with the CJA
story.
In the Insurance Group. Co-
Chairman Harry Diamond report-
ed to Rifas that the New Horizons
campaign is being greeted with
enthusiasm by members of that
group.
"They know that a strong
Greater Miami Jewish Ke era
tion is the best insurance for a
healthy committee." Diamond
said. He said top leaders in the
Insurance Group like Andrew Gel-
ler. Fred Diamond. Abe Solosko.
and Theodore Levy are "doing a
wonderful job."
Irving Kaplan, of Toby's Cafe-
teria, chairman of the Restaurant
Group, said the most important
single meeting by his group will
be held in early March.
In the Hotel Group, Judge Jo-
seph Morris, chairman, said ac-
tivity is "nearing a climax." He
and Co-Chairman Joseph Rose
said Greater Miami hotelmen
aren't letting a busy season keep
them from participating in CJA
activities. Committeemen working;
with Morris and Rose include Wil-
liam Silverstein, Joseph Gold-
berg, Joseph Dallett, Jack Fish-
man, and Sam Lachman.
David Silver (cer.:er>, chai.man o' th Druggists Group, is thov
rr"-?ting with Jarry Sr n (lft) ct.d Sheldon Spector, CO-chai
of the g'oup.
Two top leaders in the CJA Mercantile Division discuss N**w
Horizons campaign plans. They are Alix Sehneidman (WjWi
co-chairman of the Apparel Group, and Sam Mufson, a member
of the Mercantile Division Campaign Cabinet
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lAJomen's Snilial Qift* JVear $100,000 J\LrL for
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k hote 1 the divi
p] ihus tar in
: med Jew .; Appeal i am-
.: tear th 51 i 00 mark
lack A '. n, Initial Gifts
poii I thai these
rese I lar jcsl por-
Ihe '' Division
I n total.
i : .-. ve str ngly that this is
i -ur< ?jgn of succe in the over-
VV'i en's Division campaign,"
M .in said.
Martha's staging of High Fash-
ion greats brought unanimous ap-
aus< from the 300 women pres-
et, at did the singing of Mrs.
Emil Morton.
Tht Junction climaxed a series
f smailer meetings. Hostesses at
I events included Mrs. A. L.
Milk- En, Mrs. Sam Friedland.
Mrs .'. cob Entine, Mrs. Saul Sil-
(nii; Mrs David Ponve, Mrs.
lark L Harris. Mrs A. J. Mo-
isk> Mrs. Mandie Zaban, Mrs.
ank, Mrs Carl Weinkle,
Hip Isaacs and Mrs. Her-
bin.
Th( Initial Gifts committee
.nit: by Mrs Ablin drew hiyh
im Mrs. Esther Weinkle
I Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's
co-chairmei
: tig sue >: the lunch-
Id only have resultec
tremei imounl ol
ne beforehand," Mrs
and Mrs. Krensky said
\ it to express our heart-
ks to Mrs \ ilin and al
i hers who w irked so hard.'
FACT SHEET
T National Council of
lev Women 'lps to re
-I'f.i'. the many "New Amer-
who have escaped
escaped from lands of op-
' '' i n or unr si
M i than 8,000 individuals
annul Uy use the four bran-
ches f the Greater Miami
Jewish Community Center.
which provide a professional
group work service for the
Jewish community to meet
the recreation and leisure
tinu needs of every member
of tbt family.
_________*.________
The Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation, designed to improve
the educational and adminis-
trative standards of Jewish
schools in Greater Miami,
provides personnel service,
licensing of teachers, curric-
ulum guidance, testing, class-
room observation, and con-
sultation to its affiliated
: Jewish schools.
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Mrs. Harry B. Smith (left) and Mrs. Thomas Gerard were two of
the well-known Greater Miami women attending the Initial
Gifts luncheon.
Principal speaker at the Initial Gifts luncheon was Dr. Joseph
Narot, shown here with two of the Women's Division leaders.
Left to right are Mrs. Mark L. Harris, Dr. Narot, and Mrs. Mandie
Zaban.
Mrs. Fmil Friedlnr^er (left) discusses CJA affairs with Mrs. Sam
Sapiro and Mrs. Oida Rubin.
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (left), Initial Gifts chairman of the CJA
Women's Division, talks with Mrs. Max Orovitz (center) and Mrs.
Lawrence Marks.
The Women's Division Initial Gifts luncheon drew this quartet
of Greater Miami community leaders. Left to right are Mrs.
A. J. Harris, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mrs. Charles A. Femberg,
and Mrs. Samuel lipton.
Key leaders in the Women's" Division ef the 1962 Combined
Jewish-Appeal confer at the Initial rfts luncheon in the Eden
Roc HBIM. left to right are Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. A. I. Ohek-
man, Mrs. Jack Ablin, Mrs. Inai Krensky, and Mrs. Samoel
Simonhotr. Mrs. Ablin is InitialOtfts chairman, and Mrs. Kren-
sky and" Mrs. Weinkle are co-chalrmenrof the Woman's Division.
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liss Manpower of '62" is the title which has been won by
ss Judy Lefkowitz 'center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
.-. Lefkowitz, 94C5 NE 9th ave., Miami Shores. Judy, who is
senior at Randolph Macon Women's Colleae in Lynchburg,
-., participated in the Dade county competition, alona with
me hundred other contestants, to determine the ideal part-
-e employee. Left is Mrs. Mary Jane Parks, director ot the
kuni office of Manpower, Inc., sponsors of the contest. Right
James T. Larimore, promotion manager of the Columbus
:iel, who served as chairman of the five-member judges
mmittee. Judy will ao to Milwaukee, Wise, on Mar. 9 to
mpete in the national finals for 10 top prizes.
Silver Medallions Go to Local Leaders
For Contributions to Brotherhood Ideal
- the tenth annual Brotherhood
B.'.ner of the National Conference
Ol Christians and Jews on Monday,
I he Fontainebleau hotel, silver
i -.-lallions. in tribute for their
v k in behalf of good human rela-
; cs, were presented to Anthony
R, \braham. John S. Knight and
V : hell Wolf.son.
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Saturday and Evening
Interviews arranged.
A special award was conferred
on the University of Miami for hav-
ing maintained the first permanent
Department of Human Relations in
the U.S. Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson,
president, and Dan Mahoney. chair-
man of the board of trustees, ac-
cepted the award in behalf of the
university.
The) Bronston Professorship in
Human Relations was established
at Miami in IM7, through the
cooperation of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
jamin E. Bronston, of Miami
Beach. The first occupant of the
chair. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy,
now associate director of the
NCCJ Southeast Division, was a
guest at the dinner.
Special honor certificates for
their work to further good human
relations were given to Victoria
Ferrall. Immaculata Academy;
Theodore R. Gibson, jr.. Booker T.
Washington; and Ann Greenhouse.
Miami Senior High. A bronze me-
dallion was presented to Suzanne
Barnett, Miami Edison; David
Davis, Coral Gables High; and
Kino Sakuma, Miami Edison.
Former Florida Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins delivered the principal address
of the evening. William C. Faither
[eneral chairman of the din-
ner. State Sen. Fred W. Dickinson,
jr., state Brotherhood Week chair-
man, presented greetings in behalf
of the statewide NCCJ organiza-
tion.
Honored quests were 3en. Stuart
\\ Symington, of Missouri, and
Sen. George Smathers. of Florida.
HUM Chapter Program
Hillel chapter. Bnai Brith Girls,
held its eighth annual Brother-
hood program Tuesday evening at
While Temple Methodist Church.
Evening included guest speakers, a
film on Brotherhood, and a panel
of teen-age high school students.
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patently clear that Jews are
being used as major characters in
a Soviet morality play." It em-
phasized that in every press ac-
count, the defendants were indi-
rectly identified as Jews and
then pictured as "unscrupulous
economic bandits who exploited
honest Soviet citizens."
Whenever "'the villain of the
I tree" did not have an easily ldent-
le Jewish surname, "the first
and middle names were provi
.n place oi the more commonly
n U 'l initials."
A granddaughter ox ine late Pres-
li ; Franklin I). Roosevelt mean-
while made public this w ee k a
photograph taken in the Leiningrad
synagogue with Gedalia R. Pecher-
sky, leader of the Jewish religious
t mmunity in Leningrad, on the
back of which the subsequently im-
prisoned Jewish leader had written
please don't forget us."
The New York Herald Tribune,
in reproducing the photograph,
speculated that such encounters
with foreign visitors "may well
have constituted a major part" of.
the case against Mr. Pechersky.
He was tried in semi-secrecy last
fall, convicted on charges of "es-
pionage" for Israel and sentenced
to 12 years' imprisonment. He sent
the photograph taken in the Lenin-
grad synagogue, to Miss Kate
Roosevelt, now Mrs. William
Haddad.
Mrs. Haddad recalled her
chance visit with Mr. Pechersky,
which happened while she was
on a routine vacation teor of Rus-
sia in 1954 with friends. The
Agudath Israel
Will Mark Tenth
Anniversary Here
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
will hold its tenth annual banquet
and installation ceremonies on
Sunday at the Deauville hotel.
Charles Eiehen is chairman.
Dr. Isaac Ever will give the in-
vocation. Herman Weintraub. Syn-
agogue president, and Mrs. Milton
Siegfried. Sisterhood president,
will extend greetings, and William
Cohen, vice president, will give the
benediction.
Vice Mayor Malvin Englander
will be installino. officer and ex-
tend greetings on behalf of the
City of Miami Beach. Program
will include entertainment and
music by musical comedy star
Sasha Lenoff and his orchestra.
The banquet is dedicated to raise
thti $50,000 this year pledged by
Agudath Israel towards the $500.-
000 building fund drive for the Tal-
mudic Theological College of
America.
Officers serving for 1962 are pres-
ident. Herman Weintraub; vice
presidents, Morris Block, William
Cohen, Charles Eiehen. Sam Klein
and Morris Samowitz; treasurer.'
Harry Cammer; recording secre-
tary. Sam Brick.
Board of directors are Dr. Milton
Siegfried, chairman. J. Epstein,
William Feigenbaum. Frank Fine,
Samuel Freedman. Jacob Gart,
Adolph Goldberg. Max Goldberg.
Michael Goldberg, Simon Goldberg.
Nat Halper. Sam Hershkowitz.
Samuel Molbegat. B. Mufson. Har-
ry Ossip. Sol Reiner. Harold Rosen-
feld. Jack Roth. Wolf Shklair.
Adolph Stern. Emerich Weisz and
Solomon Wilde.
Gabaim are Moshe Sterling. Her-
man Strauss and Phillip Yassi r
Sisterhood officers to be installed
are Mrs. Milton Siegfried, presi-
dent; vice presidents, Mrs. Sam
Klein. Mrs, Isa ore Lipinsky and
Mrs. Helen Herszhorn; treasurer.
Mrs. Herman Weintraub; and sec-
retary, Mrs. Merman Yager,
group decided to go to Leningrad
from Moscow. One of the items
on the group's list of places to
see was the synagogue. When
they arrived, a special service
was in progress. At the close
of the service, they were sur-
rounded by members of the cong-
regation and the photograph was
taken. In the fall of 1956, soon
after her return to New York,
she received the photograph
from Mr. Pechersky. On its
buck was written:
i -.'ml you this photo '.hat will
remind you of the days when you
were in Leningrad and .isited with
ycur friends at the Cen'ral Syna-
gogue. My besl wish an happi-
ness to y iu, Miss l! losevelt, and
to your great grandmother, Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt. We are proud
that we have such .i beloved friend
ol the Jewish nation and especially
ol the Russian Jews. We are verj
thankful tor the brave and noble
deeds. Heaven and mankind will
never forget it. And please don't
forget us!"
The Herald-Tribune asserted that
Washington experts felt that "the
wholly coincidental, unplanned at j
inconsequential encounter which
Mr. Pechersky had with Miss
Roosevelt, and -cores, pei
hundreds of similar encounters, in-
i hiding American*, may well have
11 i stituted a major part ol the
rose mainst him." For Mr- Had-
dad 'lie encounter was simplj
ni the many routine Incidents in
lite of a tourist.
%'urssry Playground Opened
Temple Adah Yeshurun ha-
rated its "Candy Cane City."
the congregation's nurserj
ground. Participating in the cere
monies were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Levy, who presented the play-
ground as a gift; Mrs. Stanley
Golden, Sisterhood president; Juli-
i- K.ili.-h. chairman of the reli-
gious committee; Rabbi Max Zuck-
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Abraham Reiseman.
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form Leaders to Review Nuclear Age Woes
Pall-Out Shelters I:n-
-hold a Family Have a
I | shelter A Syuagi u<
... Cative C o n c e rn thai
. ..... Vge Has Pre anted Ju-
-
me of "'" cd ies
i-] he cursed I
i, ;; i '.-\ jti i" ction
. C" her
on U la m a; C
-
C* -n"Pi'Js uf to
| .- pr M sid
-: Inerican H Con-
i / .-'. R ohfci
N ->-- ""-
pa, noral quostion before
10 '
lo i re u idergrotm aeurryipg
like moles info cur i >dvj round
burl 8i '- I to f:"1 Hw ways
which will prevent such a nces-
lity.
It bas taken us millions of
years to climb down from the trees
I up from our holes. Shall wc
return to them now, animal-like
the sake of survival'.' What will
Ihe value of survival in such a
world? Civilian defenses may be
necessary, but the urgent need o)
the hour is to work now. tirelesslj
md imaginatively for a peaceful
world and for a future worthy ol
the children of God." Rabbi Eisen-
rath declared here Wednesday.
on Ihe eve of the weekend confer-
ence.
The Union represents the con-
gregational body of Reform lud.i
fense of so-called "Western
values?"
Special invitation luncheon on
Saturday will hear a rport on
current concerns in the ttft of
social action. Special smphaiU
will be placed on problems of
Jews escaped from Cuba and
other Cuban refugees. Alb.-r'
Vorspan, executive director of
the Co-imission on Social Action
of Reform Judaism, and Fain
will lead the luncheon speakers
at Temple Israel.
On Sunday evening, 6 p.m
South Florida Federation of
UAHC will hold its executive
mittee meeting. Reports
heard from the regional due r,
Rabbi William Sajowitz. and CO
cil president. Irving S. Lebo<
Guest speaker will be UAH<
rman, Louis Broido, on
theme. "Judaism and the C!
ing World." Broido was rei
lame.I New York City Coir
sit tier oi i 'omerce.
Reform spiritual leaders at a planning meeting for the first In-
auguial dinner of the Combined Campaign for American Re-
form Judcism due here Mar. 11. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi
Leon Krcnish, Temple Beth Sholom, chairman; Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot. Temple Israel; and Rabbi Benno Waliach. Temple Sinai.
Standing are Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Temple Judea; Rabbi
Morris W. Graff, Temple Israel; and Rabbi William Sajowitz,
Southeast director of the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations. Rabbi Herbert Bcumgard. Temple Beth Am, also on
the committee, is not shown.
DR. t'.SCNDRATH JUDGC BAAR
KAB9Z GiTTElSOHN
TA.N
ave. An array of distinguished
panelists will lead discussion chair-
ed by CHAC board of trustees
head. Judge Emil N. Baar, Rabbi
Eisenrath. noted author Philip
Wylie, Conaressman Abraham J.
Multer and U.S. Government Civil
Defense expert Robert Morgan
There wiS be a question and an-
suir pericd follow ins the discus-
sion.
On Saturdaj morning at ll a.m..
at Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th si
Rabbi Roland R. Gittelsohn. of
Boston. Mass utl or ol 'M
t Hoi
Dean of the Sen
illU. t ":' '' J ; '
.mi --.iit<'- e Space A
A rsligious mood will set the
tone Of the convocation with
Sabbat'i service at the n;ne Re-
form Tern pies of the UAHC s
South Florid* Federation. Some
,-uest speakers and locfll rabbis
will discuss the theme, "Juda-
ism and Survival Rabbi Erwin
L. Henna" UAHC director of re-
gional ac*ivit;c<, will speak at
Tempi? n-ii. No. Miami. Irving
J. Fain, chairman, committee
oi sc-ia! ac ioi of Reform Ju-
daism, will be sf Temple Em.-iu-
El, Ft. Lauderdale.
What does Judaism teach
about the ethics of physical
survival? Doesn't Jewish tra-
dition emphasize seif-preserva- |
lion as strongly as it advocates
the welfare of the community?
i Can the hard-won experience
of Jewish survival as a people
teach anything meaningful to
the civilized world.'
> Can a Jewish ethic, which em-
phasizes peace, endorse nuclear
war? Are there values that
transcend tiie value of survival?
Don't religious values such as
a belief in immorality trans-
the value of physic; 1 sur
vival? if s i. couli n jus-
- o-nucli ar war in de-
Ti/erefli Israel luncheon
A luncheon will be held in the
I Mrs Herman Goldfarb.
62( N'E 5lsl -! for Tif< reth Israel
~.-n : hoi d or Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.
< mgg will follow.

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Friday. February 2'.. \%%
Rabbi Podet to be Installed Friday Eve;
Dr. Eisendrath Slated at Ceremonies
RAa8l MORtSZAl P02ET
JNF Council Will
Hear Israeli
Leon Ell. president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of Great-
er Miami, has announced that ;i
, eeting of the Council will take
place next We Ir.e i in
inebU: i' h
Gue' pi aker \\ i i i H
: (: ret tor ol thi
: J( ]-!. Na .':.,.! Fill I
who has rec< :\. I i from Je-
tisal ::'. and i.- touring the ki >
. : in the Un "ed States,
Miss Carmellia K rner, coi
; :-io. will pri sent
musical selections.
There will be a report by the
president on cis ssions tl M
Dr. Maurice N. Eisen lra*.h, pit -
ident of the r ion of Ami r i
Hebrew C n itu> >. th wee'
will ir. ta'l Rnbhj Mprdi a fode'
as.fipic'tual leader, <' > '
lea dun g Fri lay ?er\
ic is. e I > : '" T i
0 i..... ------'
the Cit; of Coral Gables i i!l b
May .si cb
R-^\ E! '"ah -' v-*-!
C V PW tv
th? n>. i l-- H rif-e oc Amer-
ica. \/V si "a SCO re' |'0U
leader! (- .!'-- '-3 r.tficn
'.-t--J S'iti .i= "Fear's*' d*-
Ft tar r' justice, ta* 'tr if :he
Unit r r. -.wim H kr f
greaafiont, chmpion ef civil
right*, He rebirth cf Israel :nter-
: f^io-al u lJirstandinp, (id to
reedy nation*, p'oneer, states-
man, dJdicateJ prophet of the
Hely One."
S( vert I months lat r in Feb-
ruary. 196(1 Ral bi E'se-d h re
'<(. Aw ard.
-I T, .-
I.I
if)"3, 'be I.IDi't '
; of i
I >57. a" I is !h" an
Atieic*>' Civil Liberties U--ien,
and UtaS Citizens' Commit!-.
He w.-r a memffee/;; f the City
and Crjr'y Ai* s'c. c- Mental Ha!!'i and on
Km board cf d'ic-':rs ;' '
Urari Assn. for the United Ni-
t.ons.
He b longs to the Ccrtral Con-
erence 11 American Rabbis a id
! s a i lemler i f its Commission on
li ...-!: The ilcgy- He i- a me n
ier also i' the Militarj Ciiapia >
ol the U.S \ an i the Assn.
ii Js >.: C.ia ilai f thi Ar.nt .1
Forces.
la add i these rabbin c an '
iv., i s| ISlbl it< s, R;.' hi Podi
ii :.. I< cturer in the Departm
Philoro, hj rid Religi i IVi
isu r Coilesi Hill< I counsi Icr a
lu U ivet sit} of r al a d cl ap
an. USNR, Ft. Douglas. H. lee
mred a. colleges and universities
.n several western states undei
;he ausp.ccs ol the Jew.sh Cnau
auqua Society.
He is ':..: r t.1 to the I i m
Xorma C. D. Voni .< r hsj at
parent 11 .> i i1 oa ...'., >
Rau i i i d< I has c c cu pi ed ih
. i .r.pie Judea pu pit sinc
rUlglUl.
Eye Bank Branch
Emma Lazarus group Hada*
! sah will have ar. Eye Ban"r. brunch
and card party on Tue* ij
Polly Davis Cafeteria, r. \,
> mandy dr. Mrs. Josep! White
will be chairmar..
S'ream | il ish I
'., (r Failing
.. 1939
. pie Judea's si tr
ie BA de ;i :
tern Reserve Uni\ itj
i .n philosoph;. Hi engage d
. iti work in : | hj at
the 'nivi rsity of ( hi< and i
s al : ni ai in
ami delegation, which met recent- Cleveland and Chica i
rj .:: New York with r JNF
leaders, on plans formulate l hi re
ior the establishn I of a new city
- thi Ni (V urvi r Miami spon-
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On Sunday at 2 p.m.. the senior
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FROM THE TALMUD
ift who receive! love pvu
return; if she receives an-
returns anger in equal
meaJi
Zohar -. 167a.
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from lOthtr As too candles give!
Mi,H, r Mlght, so is the HVrt*
hiwband and the ui/e the -
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.me M. tatted it.
faulty.

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.- her and demon
icrebi \i '
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Rabbal I 4
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'Midrash Rabbah" Explained
and Vocalized
& OL %/ O/ JM
icimi s
r^zlicjious Message of Brotherhood
is Paramount for Judaism
By RABBI LOUIS A. CASSEL
i he ween i Feb. la to 25,
which includes George Washing-
ton's birthday, has been designat-
ed, by Presidential decree, as
Brn'herhood Week. This is the time
when Americans are again made
cognizant ol 'he tact iha. pur Ameri-
can democracy is the essence ol
the plurality of races, creeds and
nationalities.
Judaism tenches tolerance and
brotherhood. It has never believed
that conversion to Judaism by
those nut horn Jews is necessary
for them to share in the rewards
of heaven. "The righteous among
the Gentiles." say our sages, "have
a share in the future world.'" i Eth-
ics of the Father- And again in
Exodus: And the stranger shall
thou not wrong, neither shalt thou
oppress him.'' (Ex. XXII:20)
As i;ir back as 16.fi. Koger Wil-
liams, the founder of Rhode Island,
i,.. i nraptpd pnuol rights to all
religious denominations and had blazed the trail for human brotherhood.
A student of the ministry himself, he was well acquainted with the query
of the Prophet Malachi: "Have we not all one Father? Math not one
God created u>? Why do we deal treacherously every man against his
brother, profaning the covenant of our Father?" (11:10)
George Washington had committed himself in no uncertain terms to
racial .mil religious tolerance, which is the cohesive agent of democracy.
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vices
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AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi iaac ever.
; i .... p.,ii. aaur.ay 8:30 a.m. Ber-
mon: "Jewi without Judaism."

BETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd H" Con-
vecvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Pridav n:1". p.m. Has ailtsvah, Nancy,
laughter Mrs Hilda Lasarua bat- j
inl.i. !' i 111 Bar Mitivah: Roy, son
.if .\ic .ml Mr.- Aaron Wetnkle.

BETH EL. SCO bw i/m ave. Orthodox.
Rabhi Solomon Schiff.
Pi Iduj in I 8 '" p.m. A Teen-agei
I.....k- al Br itherh.....I." guest ape
. r, St. ^ ii Mni kiiuf. Saturda]
. .., -. ., --Tin- Implli atlon of
l-al.-.- Value*
GEMS OF WISDOM
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Have we nol a" one father'
tot one God created im '
MALACHAI
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Bel'o'd hotv [ood and how pleat*
ni it i. for bretlireti t'' iiue!l to-
rether in uti l> PSALMS
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3ETH E M E T H.
Conservative.
122:o NW 2nd av-
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PA3BI LOUIS CASSEl
ipiai -wan -rm vim*
t ; r t ;
was poiy -nan a-Tra-
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-.an niuKn .minn -pioc
rviiKhnn ,nr ?iiaa nisn
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mxa rnn ,nD^iai ns" nora
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pk t^^ ni^paa msKn
p'?i .?"nn ni^KB-a osn
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hnrrai ,on Tian'? maia
t t -. -
pTian nx ran1? i7j?nn
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BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox R'bbi H. Locia Rottma".
' Ma' Swl r I..... ,:
m..11. A C.....munlt: Offering

3ETH J^^08 301-311 Wihi-"tr>n
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
! r| m> r. i" p.m bkii r .as h:-ji n <<
s. 1 ,: .1 -ni.- Reaction of Joani .. l
Sin."

BETH tfilah. 935 Ei did ave. Or-
thodox Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky

3ETH TORAH. 164!h st. and NS I1!h
av- Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
aohltx. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen
baum. _
He realized that without goodwill, without mutual respect, understanding I;1,"1;.,.,,"' }"uet.' Rev. i ""
and cooperation among those who differ racially and religiously, democ- -. i -r ^'r" .,',; ,rM,"','",'.',':
racy would collap.-e, and the war of freedom would have been fought in \lu',\"u Robert, n nf Mr, and M -
vain. : lugen. -<. Iiwargbarg.
If we want to be beneficiaries of that noble principle of brotherhood,
we must be willing to bestow upon others before we can expect others
to grant it to US We must act the part of a brother to someone else
before expecting someone else to act the part of a brother to us We
cannot afford to bask and roll in luxury with our fellow-men suffering
penury and hunger. And, just as one cannot secure his house against
fire while setting fire to that of his neighbor, no less can a country se-
cure for itself the true aims of democracy by bestowing the blessings of
brotherhood on a distinct class or race while advocating the hate and
prejudice sentiment against other creeds or races,

\ .-ri' lio-i ''..-'.erli'^,- bo ne -< I
and created j
genuine br ithen. hiiii i
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
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7- : page 'd in co-
Spi tiul Lend-
rs of the Rabbin-
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K "... Z
It It
C01

Why is cne required to recite the
"Kera'h Shema" before going
to bed?
'llu~ i> consi lered lo !) .1 fulfill-
ment ol Biblical requirement
to "talk ot them i the verses ol
the 'Shem'l when thou liesl down
1 Dm 6 :1 The Zohar writes
Now it is good counsel for a man
that, when he es to bed .it night
be should ...!<> up >n h msclf the
y, ke ol the Heavenlj kingdom with
a perfect heari and hasten to en-
trust lo God l'i- -"i'1
The reason is thai all the world
retaste ol death, as
men then leave them and ascend
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
8755 SW 16th st N.iam RobO own
nl April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
i-i i 1 i :,:4" an 1 "- '" n '" ^' '
"Labors if Worship." Saturday a.m. ;
DADC HE GH-rs jcwi^H CONGRF-
GATION. 1401 NW 183-d St. Con.
tervalive. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
i .,i n;i:, n "i isri thi rh ....i Week
,;rv| ies| ape iker Ben Clo Hie
- tu ilai :S0 1 '" fei'"' "
,, .- ti,.- Wc .-k ln 1 Ultsvnn:
-..:, ,.: Mr and Mr* Boj
': wenhei ~

CLAGLFR CRNAOA. 50 NW 5'St
pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander,
president. Cantor George Goldberg.
i-. 1,1.1 : nrl SI.'. |i m .lu.l Sam -
.1 fi||v. will <-..-.ik dm "r.rnther-
- rda> n m Ilai Mitivah
m mm Mr. and Mr* Hai 1 >
K.I: 1111.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1J0'
Johnson t Conservative. *'1bb
Dav-ci Shapiro. Cantor Yeh. dar
Heilbi lun,
,- t.'te tree at [he call of
I id and all the tree are I
CVITI RMAN.
1
I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Literal. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh.
Cantor Oavid Conviser.
Idas IS m. A Si rmon in Sow
j ..,, 1, ,. .in Hax Mltsvah:
. o._ dauKhti : VI1 an I Mm K- 1
1 v ne llnr -'-; tsvulu Drew. >n -
I ilr and Ur. Hu old Malam l

j TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16SC0 NW
22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry
9. Wernick.
I |a in |. in .- 1 mon: "'' ri l< -
,l 1 % '.:'..' .1 111

TFMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi irvmj
Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. '37 NE 1?th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narat.
Cantor J-icob B-rns,ein.
r|.in> ;, n, s, nv 1 '.ni Juda-
- ., f>, ntr h t.i Man"* Pun Iva
Sniurdav 1! < m Om -1 Bpeakera.
H ibi,| Roland B (ilttelsohn of Ti
D|tf |m uel, ll.mlon, and Jowrph W I
1 11,vi 1 ait> I01 a
a-lll ,i:--.-ii-s '.lu.l is.-i in the 1
TEMPLE
Liocrai.
JUDfc. 320 Palermo am.
H.ibbi Mo.decai Podet.
p 11 a MON 4
Gems jr Wisd
jfHBB ..... 111 ^MU.ILHIIII*'
. not to lo ik at the Divine Pres-
nee :l man opens his eyes
at the time ol prayer, or doe- nol
and are delivered to Him, but be-
cause they are given in trust they
afterwards return to their places
The recital of the "Shema" is a
means of accepting the yoke of
Heaven and putting one's trust
he angel of Death upon !um-i
before his time; and. when his
snul leaves him, he will not behold
the face of the Divine Presence .
'Them that honor me shall I honor,
and they that despise me shall be
ightly esteemed.' ii Samuel 2:30).
hope.
'Midrash Rabbah" deals with
the explaining of the verses of the
Torah. The legends cited in this
Midrash which are described in a
picturesque and attractive lllllim ^hy is i' o.stmary to knp <"'s
are not meant as beautiful stories fyes ^entd during the main
and nothing more but possess an ^^ of pray#r?
educational aim: the Aggada (Jew-. Actually, it is not that one keeps
ish lore as opposed to law) seeks one-s eyes closed. It is rather that
This assures one of This is he that looks at the Divine
h, .. 1 back when he Presence a: the time ot prayer. In
7SSS. Vr^X o-ne^ho fact, of course, one cannot look at
Sleeps in confidence awakes with
i.ni.
he Divine Presence but what one ,,.,.,
should do is to know that the Di-
vine Presence is before him ."
Closing one's eyes is thus a way
of demonstrating that one undet-
slands his position before the Al-
mighty in prayer.
SRAEL'TE CENTER. 317* SW 25t"
te- rinaer-ative. Rahhi Mo-tor
M.alavsKv. Cantor Louis Cohen
l i .!., n i s:l*i l>.m .....
: .1 w k I '!"' rstai
p|, W ileh? i '"' Ml

KNESETM ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox Rabbi David LehMie'd.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Sal in < H '" n
, li-.i i"n it

MIAV =3REW CONGRFOAT'ON
1101 S .V '2'h a>'e. N oilcrn Tradi-
tional Rabl Max Sh.ipi o. C.intor
Fr-.i Sernata n.
. ..n i in i' "'
w : ofiB Saiur.lii
n i" -i lion of Hi.-
I.:i
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MINYONA'RES. 3737 Bird rd. MoCern
Trad.ti Jin
a
SOUTHWEST CENTER 643E SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
i p ..-. Sermon "The ^ 11 -
TEMPLE AOATH YFSHURUN. 102?
NE :83rd at.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Max Zuoker. Cantor Abra-
ham Reisman.
:-':i.ii\ h:S*i ...:n Sermon: '"A Brotner-
,- m tn and Qod." 8aturda> ''
- in.hi "The Widening Clef!
i.- '
: _
to guide the people in problems of
lite and therefore intersperses its
one keeps one's eyes from looking
at anything else but one's prayer
be
words with matters relating to the, book or tne floor. The idea
Jewish people, Eretz Israel, the1
Torah of Israel, and the redemp-
tion of Israel.
Many commentaries have been
written to the "Midrash Rabbah,"
but most of them have been penned
hir.d this is that one should con-
sider himself as standing in the
presence of the Almighty when one
prays, and the Divine Presence is
rot to be seen by human eyes since
it is to be regarded with awe and
a difficult style not understood I JJf'JJJ; ",, 'fh^Tal.th .prayer
by ordinary folk. In particular, hat n a"> P" ,.
d aspora Jews who are not fluent in ha ,' ^ r"vers. The Zohar
l.ebrew and Aramaic have fou-"1 '"'"'-
tie Midrash difficult to understand. I 'I),,u 280b) BTiteS
Published by 8ri Ivrit
When a man stands in prayer
. he should shade h.s eyes o
Implicit m HW>rji>m lay a be-
lief m human brotherhood u'hich
cannot be reconciled u'ith racial or
sectarian enmitiei Indeed il may
be said thai the world 0$ a whole
has not vet risen to tli this -real Hebraic argument.
Ml HII
* *
/.i the Titanic tragedy all creeds
ivere at last united in tlie brother-
hood .'I Death ft one could onl>
hope foi a brotherhood Lite.
s STRAUS!
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. C3nto- Charles
Kodner.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOO. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
FYMa) mi" p.m fc'ermon: "Junolam
mi Survival," Rabbi Samuel Karff.
Saturdaj 10:1". a.m. Bar Ultsyah:
Stephen. W rf Mr. and Mrs. Robert
s. Berger
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11439 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. R a r i i Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Cottlieb.
.-. ii.,, :'. p.m Brotherhood Sabbath
,n i nit] Night. s.i in.mi The
Roi i" Brotherhood." Oneg Shabbat
hoata Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Ueaa-
ner In howr "f new on, Jonathan
Saturda 11:30 B.m Sermon "Jewlah
i 'oncept of the Meaaiah."

TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. I725 Monroe st. Conservative.
Rabbi Simuel Mendelowitz.
Pr|rla> p.m Sermon: Henri*
>/ i a iturdaj i in
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
-witz r-^ntor Edwarl K'ein.
! idio '' in mo The.
n iinij hiithei ind I illh l'-i-
!|>x\.|h H.niiil Il Mi 'n '
I i; I
-. i i ..,, TI I'ol'tli m
i ..I .v

rEMPI E NFR TAMID P0"h St. and
T.iti in Waterway. Modem T'adi-
-,- tor Samuel GomberQ.
in S. riii'-n : 'ii -
i... Sum man if lh< Henri Saiui-
s i ,i in .- mi W eekl; i'or-
i ii
a
TEMPLE SNA' CF NORTH MIAM
'2 ^0 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
f.nno "i W.illach.
1.11 in
ml S.m Krwln L
i
. ., -, Ii- .. .".
>n*
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N Miami
iv' Rabhi N-.th.in Zvvitman Can-
tor Albert Glantz.

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 95t
Flan.mgo Way. Conservative. Rabai
Leo Halm.
Pi,,! iv v p in r-'. rui n "Hi Iherho -1
i<.si v'tal Enl ij '1| lun I Hu-
man I inl'y." Sit'll tla '' ^-'r-
.i,..n "The Weekly Port I m ot :li-
La .". p.m. !' i Mltxvnh II.i: vey,
-.,ii uf Mr .in.i Mrs Ami -

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. can-
tor.
- -
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb.
ri la) 8 In p.m. s'.im.iii- "Broken
Tablets Ones. Shabbat hoal Hi
md Mr- \ ii.ri Welsaman In In.nor
.f her mother. Mrs. Ida Kaplan, ami
aunt, .Mrs Sarah Simon, Saturday
:3o .im Bar M tsvah: Manuel, son
..f Mi .mil Mis Hnnv M. ll.l.'l

YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon
Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Pridav S:i". p.m. Sermon: "-We ur^
iur Brolher'a Keeper." Snturda] I
i in
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CANDLEUGHTING TIME 19 I Adar 6:04 p.m.
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Friday, February 23, 1962
Foreign News Utter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Ben-Gurion Acknowledges the Role of Stern Organization
Jerusalem
ARTICLES IN THE PRESS, public gatherings and
a broadcast over -Kol Israel" marked this past
week the twentieth anniversary of the death of A\-
raham Slern-Yair. Twenty years ago he was shot
dead in a room in Tel Aviv by the British police,
which had been searching tor him over a Ions pen.',!
of time. The Mandatory Government had "placed
a price on his head, and the capture of Stern became
priority number one with the British security forces.
All the measures and the machinery set in motion
seemed to be in vain, until one day there came the
terse official communique that Stern was apprehend-
ed and shot while trying to escape. The police had
discovered his hiding place where he lived under an
assumed name. Did he try to resist arrest? Did he
try to escape? There is good ground to doubt it.
Isn't there always!
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN
Something Like
*\A Monologue
TALES OF HOFFMAN. By William Hoffman,
drawing by Marilyn Goffstein. 244 pp.
neapolis: T. S. Denison & Company, 321
Ave., So., Minneapolis. $3.95.
With
Min.
Fifth
w
ILLIAM HOFFMAN is a community welfare plan-
ning director and part-time sociology proles-
Si Paul. He grew up in St. Paul's West Side.
sor in St. Paul. He grew up
which bears a remarkable resemblance to New
York's East Side. The same poverty, the same prob-
kms of immigrants making their way in the world
ihev never made, the same warmths and the same
-adnesses enrich Minnesota memories and lend Mr
Hoffman's little tales a universal folklore appeal.
Thev are not all good, these stories, and the bad
ones read like a Sam Levenson monologuenot quite
witty enough to be good humor, and too sentimental
to be really poignant. But there are others senti-
mental without being mawkish and unashamedly
lender which soar above the less successful offer-
ings. These are the stories which almost inevitably
have to do with the passage of time, with aging
parents and their relationship to their children, with
:he widowed father or the dying mother. Here,
among the most elemental feelings. Mr. Hoffman is
most at home, and his writing achieves a dignity of
phrasiim which one misses in the other tales.
These are quiet stone.- There is not much con-
versation in them: when there is. it still manages to
come out like a I.even-on script in sell-conscious
dialect. Occasionally a dialogue is a deliberate play
between two people to mask their lack of real com-
munication, and when this happens one can forgi\e
the joke-book repartee. Mostly, however, the stories
are narrative, and they have a sorrowful charm
which mitigates the lack of sophistication. Not that
a little sophistication wouldn't help; there is one
story. "Long Distance." which would crack like a
whip were not the ending quite so sweet, and any
one of them would benefit immensely from a touch
of bitters. Bitterness is to sorrow as salt to meat;
it improves the flavor and. within the Jewish experi-
ence. it kashcrs itif you will.
Apparently it has become somewhat passe to
write of the immigrant milieu, now that the majority
are a generation or two removed from those days.
We still tend to think of that writing as the more
indigenous American Jewish expression, however;
perhaps because the later writing"Majorie Morn-
ingstar" et alnis m6re American and less Jewish.
I am sure, as we learn more about what a Jew in
America really is and how to symbolize it. that there
will come a time when we will not have to depend
on East Side (or West Side) stories to characterize
i, for US. Mr. Hoffman's tales, however flawed,
represent the roots of the American-Jewish experi-
ence, and the roots are in the heart.
Panorama:
not end the activities of the
anks Ihere came a number ot
ave their lives ill battle and on the
Stern's death did
group out ;
martyrs w I'"1
The storv of LECT11 is told in a recently pub-
lished and forceful book by Geula Cohen. "The Story
ot i Fi inter As a young girl. Geura"-belongwrto
the group's tup leadership. Her voice was familiar #
to allShe was the announcer of LECHI'S elan.le-
radio station. Once she was apprehended by
sentenced to a long prison term, but es-
Stern-Yair was the founder of the most extr>
and radical group dedicated to the ouster of the
British from Palestine, the LECHI ,Lochamey Che-
rut IsraelFighters for the Freedom of Israel i and
known also as the 'Stern Croup." To Stern even
the "Irgun" llrgun Tzvai Leumii-from which he
broke offwas not extreme enough, and the differ-
ence of approach did not concern so much the na-
ture and the extent of the terror-operation.-, there
was above all the difference in the political concept
accompanying the action.
Stern viewed the British regime as Enemy Num-
ber One. and his approach is perhaps best illustrated
by the fact that, at one stage, he evolved a plan
which envisaged some kind of cooperation with Nazi
Germany in the days of World War II. Stern's ar-tu
ment was that overriding any other consideratiom
was the salvation of European Jewry being decimat-
ed by the Nazis and bringing them to the shores of
Palestine. For this, two things had to be assured
that the Jews be allowed to leave the Nazi occupied
areas and that the gates of Palestinewhich the Bri-
tish had closed to Jewish immigrationbe forced
open and the country freed of the foreign ruler.

stine
the police'
taped.
The book, which reveals a great literary talent, is
not limited to accounting the heroic deeds, but also
provides the ideological background and. more than
h it affords a penetrating insight into the soul and
(he 'heart of the Fighter for Israel's Freedom; ot
his dreams and visions as well a* of the bitterness
that filled his world vis-a-vis the attitude of the or-
ganized Jewish community and its leadership which
labeled them "terrorists" and often joined hands
with the British in fighting them.
Geula Colun had sent a copy of her book to
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. Few expected Ben
Gurion to react the way he did. He invited Geula
lor a talk to Sdeh Boker and later sent her a 20-page
letter which ends with the words: "Holy is the pen
that wrote this book." In glowing terms. Ben-Gurion
tells in his letter how moved he was by the book
which he rea.l "in one breath." though he empha-
sizes and explains why he still rejects the politico,
ideological concepts which underlay the heroic deeds
of LECHI and its martyrs.
I have no doubt." writes Mr. Ben-Gurion. "that
Yair was one of the outstanding figures that we had
during the British mandate, and I respect and revere
wholeheartedly both the poetry and the steel of his
stormy soul, as well as his tireless devotion to the re-
demption of Israel. But I reject without reservation
his political methods."
In her replv. Geula Cohen does not yield any
ground and argues the case of LECHI with the same
forcefulness and deep conviction as she did in her
book.


foreign Newsletter
TULLIA ZEVI
Jews Urged to Alter Attitude Toward Spain
Madrid
"^HE JEWISH organizations of the
I world and the State of Israel." ac-
cording to Max Mazm. president of the
Madrid Jewish community, "should en-
deavor to rectify their attitude, which
is still often erroneous in spite of ap-
preciable progress, as far as their ap-
proach toward the Spanish Government^
is concerned, with the following purposes:
"1. Inform both Jewish and non-Jewish public opinion
of the tru'h concerning facts and decisions of the Spanish
people and of their Government in all problems concern-
ing Jews throughout the 25 years ot the Franco regime.
"2. Adopt an attitude of understanding for the efforts
made by the Spanish people to achieve higher economic
and social standards of living, whenever the intervention
and collaboration of certain Jewish circles or organiza-
tions might contribute to it. It would be of the utmost im-
portance that the Jewish press and publications rectify
anti-Spanish feelings which, without any consistent bast-.
appear from time to time.
"3. As far as Spanish-Israel relations are concerned.
I can say that the Spanish people follow with interest and
understanding the efforts of the Jewish people aimed at
reconstructing a homeland, in order to allow Jews to live
with dignity without being exposed to persecutions and
vexations similar to those suffered in a recent and in a
distant past. The problem of official relations between
the two countries (no diplomatic relations of any sort exist
between Spain and Israeli depends upon the general poli-
cies of Spain and not from any kind of animosity or of spe-
cific discrimination against the State of Israel. The
normalization of such relations must be considered and
foreseen within the framework either of a solution of the
of
problems afflicting the Middle East, or of a change
Spanish policy toward the Arab states."
In replying to a question on the discrimination against
Jews in the Spanish civil administration and in the Army
(where apparently Jews cannot advance above the rank of
tergeant). Mr. Mazm admitted that "although no specific
law exists preventing non-Catholics from becoming officers
of the Spanish Army, .fews could not become officers "
Administrative silence" is the way Mr. Mazin define!
the technique adopted to achieve this exclusion, which he
attributed to ecclesiastical pressure. He added that, re-
cently, he had taken cautious and personal steps in favor
of a young Jew who wanted to become an officer, but with
no positive results. It is also presumed that this technical
exclusion would apply to other branches of the administra-
tion, it the ease occurred.
Between You and Me:
BORIS SMOLAR
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Rough and Ready Almogi Insists He's Polite
THE WATERFRONT in other parts o'
' the world may be tied up with cnm<
and links to the underworld. It's not si
in Israel, according to Joseph Almogj
presently Minister without Portfolio u
the Israeli Cabinet, and the man win
knows more about the Israeli longshore
men than anybo !y else. Almost single I
handed, Almogi recreated the Haifa port|
after the Arabs departed en masse. Until his appointment
to the Israel Cabinet. Mr. Almogi was Secretary General
of Mapai, Israel's dominant political party. He is in the
United States for a month's tour of the country on behalf
of Israel bonds.
Almogi had been in command of the Hagana at the
outbreak of Israel's war of liberation. In the port of Haifa,
only about 30 of some 10.000 workers were Jews. The Arabs
were asked to remain and Almogi thinks they were >: a
mind to. but were threatened by the Mufti "with the loss
of this world and the world to come" if they did not leave,
According to the Koran, by not joining their Moslem
brethren, they would be damned in the world to come and
moreover they would lose the present world.
Almogi himself, with something of the hefty structure
of a longshoreman, has a reputation for a rough and burly
manner, which he feels is quite undeserved
As we were talking, the telephone in his room rang
and Almogi answered. Soon he was laughing.
"You know what that man said to me? He was sur-
prised. I talk so polite. I don't know where the public got
M false an image of me. I am in fact a very polite and
friendly person. Do you know that I was "sandek" (god-
father) to some 300 children in Israel?"
He admits however to a directness of speech.
Volunteer Workers
JEWISH COMMUNAL services today-
depend very much on volunteers I
especially on volunteer womanpower.
Volunteers play a major part in fund-
raising campaigns, work in community |
centers, serve in hospital- and are active
in various other fields of Jewish com-
munal life, Women volunteers are the
lifeline of such organizations as Hadas-I
-ah. National Council of Jewish Women, ORT. American
Jewish Congress, Pioneer Women, and many others.
In 1961. women's gifts to local Jewish federations and
welfare funds represented 11 percent of the total monies
raised in the Jewish communities. In 52 communities
alone some $.").600.000 were raised by the women's divis-
ions of the local campaigns. The Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds is. therefore, now. Studying
the problem of retention of volunteer womanpower in the
communities and also of increasing it. It is noticed that
many women are returning to paid employment Uurebv
giving much less time to volunteer work than formerly.
others drift from Jewish volunteer work into the non-sec
tarian field to a point where many non-sectarian groups
have become overwhelmingly Jewish.
On the other hand, there is a steady growth of women
volunteers in the suburban Jewish communities where
women, not men. are the chief initiators and supporters for
Jewish educational work and family and casework sen"
ces. In the larger communities, there are Jewish women
who claim that their obligations to their home and child-
ren leave them no time for participation as volunteers in
communal service.
However, many of these women spend endless hours
on the telephone, in shopping, at the beauty parlor, play-
ing cards, or going to lunchs. There are. of course, also
women who manage their home interests and also find
sufficient time to participate in communal programs.


Friday, February 23, 1962
vJenisfi fhridlian
Faqe 15-A

Winners of Essay-Art Contest Revealed
At Bureau Annual Meeting Here
Jeffrey Raymond, first prize winner in the annual Essay-Art
Contest of the Bureau of Jewish Education, shows his prize
piece of art work to Robert Belmaker, first prize winner in the
Essay Contest.
Malek Eyes Beach JP Seat
Joseph W. Malek. Miami Beach
norney and civic leader, has an-
unced that he will be a candidate
Justice of the Peace for the
I iffll District.
Malek is single, and lives at 15G1
rnox ave., with his sister, Lillian
lek. who appeared on Broadway
The Music Man" Malek is
. so a singer and has served as
lor of Torah Temple for the
-: seven years.
A practicing attorney since 1948,
lek is ,i member of the Florida
. i (I Miami Beach Bar Assns., Nu
Beta Bpsilon, and is qualified to
ractice before the U.S. Tax Court
'. nd the Board of Immigration Ap-
!-. U.S. Department of Justice.
. a member of Beth Jacob
I ongn gation and Temple Kmanu-
El Men's Club.
Malek is an honorary member
of the Miami Beach Zionist Or-
ganization, and has been cited for
"outstanding service" by Miami
Beaefa B'nai B'rith Women.
He is a leading knight. Miami
Beach Elks Lodge, past grand of
the Independent Order of Odd Fel-
lows, chairman of the Miami Beach
Zionist Club, and president of
Young Democratic Club of Miami
Beach.
lie belong* to George Gershwin
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, Break-
JOSEPH MAltK
fast Optimist Club. Miami Beach.
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith. Miami
Beach Civic League, and Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce, among others, and is past
chairman of the Miami
Apartment Division of the
Fund.
Winners in the Bureau of Jewish
Education's annual Essay-Art Con-
test were announced by M. A.
Baskin, president ot the Bureau, at
tin-winter meeting ol the-Bureau's
; i neral membership at Temple
Menorah on Thursday at 8:15 p.m.
First prize in the Art Contest has
been awarded u> Jeffrey Ally Ray-
mond, Beth Torah Congregation:
second prize. Adena Skop. Temple
Beth Shirah; third prize. Jack Wein-
taub. Temple Beth Am: fourth
prize. Gary Fisher, Temple Beth
Sholom: and fifth prize. Nancy
Wellins and Debbie Fein, Temple
Beth Am
Honorable mentions also were
awarded to Marcia Orovitz. Tem-
ple Beth Am: Jane Grayson. Tem-
ple Israel; and Muriel Light. Tem-
ple Beth Am.
In the Essay Contest, first prize
was awarded to Robert Belmaker.
of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School: second prize. Cyn-
thia Schorr. Beth Torah Congrega-
tion; third prize. Cynthia Perwin,
Temple Beth Am: fourth prize.
Marilyn Seitlin. Beth David Cong-
regation; and fifth prize. David
Luchins, Mesivta High School.
Honorable mentions were pre-
senting to Jeffrey Rosenberg, Tem-
ple Beth Am; Helen Ann Fruit-
stone, Beth Am: Pamela Gross-
man, Beth Am.
The awards ol U.S. Bonds to the
first and second place in both the
An and Essaj Contests w re
marie by Rabbi Leer. Kronish and
Mrs David Drucker on behalf of
i'-.i American Jewish Congress,
Florida Women's Division.
Champions of the annual V
ulary "Be< a 1 s o recen i i
awards after a demonstration of
their Hebrew achievement in the
second, third and fourth grade.- in
the Hebrew classes. Awards were
to be made to Martha Altschuller.
Barbara Anapol, Marcia Kill
man. Temple Beth Am; Betty Segal.
John Berlow. Temple Beth El. Hol-
lywood; Susan Kurtz. Irvin Feit,
Carol Stein. Jerrold Foster. Tem-
ple Beth El; Sharon Bornstein,
Terry Abrams. Linda Augenstein.
Patty Carp. Richard Kagan. Max
Sturman. Beth Toah Congregation;
Joseph Rosenbloom, Robin For-
man. Rita Gruber. Julian Kreis-
berg, Barry Katz. Elliot Scherker,
( oral Way Jewish Center.
Also Toni Feinberg, .Judith Is-
senberg, Harold Scherr, Joan Hor-
wich, Marsha Cypen, .Mark Sirull,
Beth David Congregation; Michael
Matzkin. Arthur Schinitsky. Mmriy
Mitnick, Morns Wolf. Stephen
S. billies. Michele De Zorken. Tem-
ple Emanu-El: Debbie Alper. Stev-
en Lelchuk. Garry Hoffman, Seth
Rose. Steven King, Marlene Segal.
Elaine Kurzweil, Temple Menorah:
Arynne Elfenbeim. Susan Lewis.
Roscmarie Nacron. Heather Mero.
Ray Ann School. Gene Unger. Tem-
ple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; Mark
Hershy, Maxine Kronish. Leila Zen*
derland, Temple Beth Sholom;
Aaron Graber. Howard Sockol. H r-
i let Brager. Marlene Racker,
Harold Libman. Arnold Bernstein,
Miami Hebrew School; David Harr,
Clark Mcrvis. Haul Axelrod. Mau-
rici Joseph, Alan Felsot, Wayne
Prichason, Temple Ner Tan
Paula Gross. David Turner. Eli
WUco, Harris Lerner. Rol
Gross, Bernard Winer, Temple Ti-
fereth Jacob.
Hebrew demonstration v
lirected by Louis Schwartzman
ecutive director of the Bureau. Re-
ports of Bureau activities v re
heard, with Mrs. Lou..- Glas r
outlining plans for the Bure.
annual dinner to be held May 21.
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Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader.
To be presented are excerpts
froai these oratorios: 'Judas Mac-
cabeus." Handel; Elijah,' Men
delssohn; Creation.'' Haydn: and
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A special adult and children's
choir will be under the direction of
Cantor David Conviser.
UN Restricts ZOA Program
Continued from Page 1-A
that it was the custom at the UN to
observe a moment of silence and
i..it to engage in sectarian prayer.
The ZOA president said the situ-
ation had been the result of an
unfortunate misunderstanding.
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Friday. Februarv 13, igg.
N. Y. Files Charges Against Realtor
By Special Report
NEW YORK Attorney Ge era
Louis l.cfkowitz ha? filed a com-
plaint with the State Commission
Against Discrimination against
Northga'e Aparlmeni*. a housing
cooperative in the Incorporated
Village of Bronxville, NY., chary
ing violation of the Stal i*s anti
discrimination housing law.
The Attorney General acted uprr
affidavits submitted by the Anti
Defamation League of R'nai P'li'h
on behalf of two individuals. The
League and the American Jewisu
Committee have, through i joini
committee, long sought elimim-
tion of Bronxville discriminatory
practices.
Ir> addition to the affidav'*'
the Attorney General supported
his complaint with results of r
investigation of Bronxville hous-
ing practices by the Civil Rights
Bureau of the State Law Depart-
ment. The Bureau is head?d by
Assistant Attorney General Shir-
ley Adelson Siegel.
Lefkowitz acted under the pre-
visions of the State Law Against
Discrimination as amended in 1961
to outlaw discrimination in hous-
ing. The coopera'iva involved ia
the complaint is i
tipU dwelling within the scope ol
.he law.
Bronxville has ftr many years
been under a-.;a k t J< >h '
'.nan relations a ;c c .s for r Ali
ious bias in th i renting a .. sale i
iidental accornmodafors I-
test'mony before the U.S. C niss'on on Civil Ri.'hts at a hear
ing in the ci y in February 195P
'he American Jew sH Co"tnktei
cited tho "Incorporated Village cf
Bronxville as one of the worst oi-
' lenders in the nation on this score."
The Committee asserted that
"brokers and agents participate in
a conspiracy of complete exclusion
cf would-be Jewish purtha-ers c!
ionics in Bronxville." declaring
that this "'has b?cn the esteMIshe
policy in this communit> for at
least the past four decades
At the same t'me. 'he L^a^vc
told the U.S. Civil Rights Commis-
.un that Bronxville "has produced
:he anomaly ol a Christian ghetto
in an area of the countrj where
there is a normal intermingling ol
Christian and Jewish populations."
rhe League testified thai "Bronx-
ville rcm.-iir-s a striking example
Frost Named Chairman of Einstein
Medical School Reception Here Mar. 4
Charles Fro.-t. noted industrialist
of Palm Beach. Westport, Conn.,
New York City, will be 1962
general chairman ol the Miami
h reception for t h e Albert
Einstein College of Medicine to be
held here on Mar. 4.
Frost is a founder of the college
of medicine and a member oi its
board of overseers.
The reception, which will he held
it the Fontainebleau hotel, is one
of the highlights of the winter ac-
tivities on behalf of the college,
and will be attended by many oi
the founders and friends of the
school.
Frost is chairman of the boards
of directors of Bright Star Indus-
tries, Clifton, N.J., National Pneu-
matic Co., Boston, and the Con-
necticut Telephone Electric Co.,
Meriden Conn. He is a chairman
o* the Greater New York United
Jewish Appeal and a member of
the international board of gover-
nors of the Technion Institute in
Israel.
Long an active leader on behalf
of the Albert Einstein College of
Medicine, Frost has served for sev-
eral years as Palm Beach chair-
man. In appreciation of his many
years of service in the fields of
higher education, in 1959 he was
awarded an honorary degree by
Yeshiva University.
Einstein College, since its open-
ing in 1955. has become a major
center of medical research and
teaching. Its fourth class will be
graduated this June. Construction
has begun on the Ullmann Research
Center for Health Sciences, part Of
the $27,500,000 expansion and de-
velopment program on which the
college is now embarked. This
program also encompasses build-
ing a national diagnostic center
s.nd a university hospital.
Frost, a Founder and member of
the Board of Overseers of the Al-
bert Einstein College of Medicine,
will be host on Feb. 22 at a break-
fast where final plans will be made
for the Miami Beach reception on
behalf of the college.
CHARLES tkOSr
Ner Tamid
Picks Committee
of irratii nal prejudice, a 'ju ten-
e n' pn erv< in he hea-l a
r a in wh ch lews and Christian!
i\ to eih arnicab y
The Nor:' *tA#*artmflts are
leca d *n LJt ave,, Biojtvi'.'n.
The owner of tfcresfctdresm
eoncrative apartment in 'i e
by Mini advertised In the Mam-
erorwek Daily Ti~ cs on Nov. 6,
1V6I o'ferii-g It for sal* for
$27,500. Tie a Imutievtm it car-
ried the words "Restricted, ex-
clusive locatio .."
Accord ng to one ol the aftida-
vits filed by the League with the
attorney Genera', the aiiia it re-
ported that he was told by the
apartment owner that "there was
li understanding tha- p?ople *h
It gs or people of the Hebrew faith
i-ouM nol be permitted to pur-,
chase stock < f the cooperr.i.w i r
<> occupy the premises "
The second atfl nt after view-
ing the premisi asked "w!ia*
s tuation was in Bronxville with
reference lo Jews, 'nasmuch as l
am oi the Jewish faith." He was
told that "the property on which
he building is located at one time
belonged to Ihe Lawrence familj
and that the deeds covering any ol
its properties provide V ;f none o'
them are ever to be held or oc-
cupied L>> Jew s
He was further in'ormed bv the
apartment's owner that "'he board
of directors < f the coop rative .
[< Hows li:;1 p hcj 11 noi approving
sales 11 a] artmenl lo persons o!
the J e wi s h fa th; a I thai '
though In pei na j i nol ob
j : tn (... apai tme t
ie fe! al B ard ul I reject
ij .-. i plicati n
Norihgate Apartments ar; man-
aged by Lawrence Management,
In'..- Tne Lawrence interests
cn or cortrol the majority of
Ihe busness property cf tt-e In-
corporated Vi !age cf Brc.ixvillo.
They control an even larger p-o-
porticn of cooperative dwellir.-'s
and arc by tar Ihe largest sinpjie
taxpayer in the village.
On Jan 23. Attorney General
Lefkow itz 111 imme.id d legi a
tion to outlaw rac'al and r-ligiou-
re trictive covenants. The bill
would amend the Real Property
Law by declaring such restrictions
to be against the public policy ol
'he S'at". Drohibit the'r use and
impose a fine upon an owner exe
euu.ig such a covenant.
Appointed this week by Ben L.
Fabric, president, to serve on the
nominating committee ot Temple
Ner Tamid are:
Ham Schoener, Sam Greenfield,
Maurice L. Zaretsky, Louis Hober-
man. Morris Miretzky. M David
Elwitt, Max. Raskin, Joe Silver-
man, and Bert Menachof.
The commif.ee will meet Sunday.
10:30 a.m.. in the Temple.
Paris Publisher Convicted
Continued from Page 1-A
to check material slated for publi-
cation.
The fact that more than 60.000
ur.corrected encyclopedias were in
circulation also was raised against
the publishers. When the most
recent edition appeared two years
ago. Jewish and French liberal
spokesmen strongly protested the
article on Blum and. at that time,
the publishers pledged themselves
to recall encyclopedias still on
sale to correct the entry but did
not do so.
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by ISABEL GROVE
lentine Bay sentiment seems to Inspire a festive mood
riatc lo all kinds of social activities Over 1.100 women
Women's Canter League of Miami Beach at the Fon-
hotel on the 14!li for a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Rob-
cene, national president of the Ladies Auxiliary cf the
Runyon Foundation Mrs. Abe Schonfeld, president, in
adi costume with hat. shoes and purse of the same
I, and portrait collar of luscious sable Presented .tin-
to Mrs. Greene whose gold silk brocade ensemble of coach-
iat nipped at the waist, ovtr a square-neck, bell-skirted
- came fi m Hone Kong Founder-president, Mrs. Micky
attractive in while linen shift with contrasting wool jacket
tang rine Co-chairmen of the ;.l"ernoon both chose
, ..., Mrs. Frances Linn's three-p cccr in s.lk faille had
gth jacket, and the tiny hat with eye veil was of the
, lor Mrs. Joseph Segal's dressmaker suit was of bro-
a d with it she wore a most becoming while petaled toque
Attracting lots of attention. Ethel Merman, who belies the
.. she has been a major star, and pert Mitzi Gay.-.or.
-
Same two at the formal dinner party given that evening by
and Morris Lar.sburgh in their Fine Tree dr. home Mitzi
jsband, .lack Bean, were guests of honor, and of the 150
,nt. almost half were from the world of entertainment .
- of stage, screen and TV included Joe E. Lewis, Tony Mar-
George Bums, Don Rickles. Ed Sullivan and his wife, and
Shawn ... In spite of all the professional talent around, it
. Ellen, cute Lansburgh teen-age daughter, who took the initia-
. nd gave her impression of Mitzi doing llsney Bun from South
Mitzi could do no less than offerTter original version
Then Jule Styne played just a few of his unforgettable melodies
lack Heller doing the vocals, among them. "Three Coins in
Fountain" Ethel Merman, the inimitable, belted out some
. numbers from "Gypsy." Everything's Coming up Roses."
rse Inevitably, dancing to Casey's Band from the Deau-
led to the Twist with the Ritz Brothers proving the most agile
Local couples enjoying every moment of the fabulous evening.
.be Schonfelds. Ralph Sheres. John Owens. Morris Greens. Wil-
Greens, Dennis Quitners. Phyllis and Albert Follak. and the
i i Mai ion Colby) Franks.
-
Twas a pity that Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy only displayed
tiques being collected for the White House in her wonderful
ir last week Had she shown some of her more modern
sitii ns we may have seen one of her latest, a painting by local
and interior designer, Kick Ohrbach -TttT'ed "Poppies in
iiers Field." it s a study in orange, greens and vivid touches
low done in oil and European tempera which Mrs. Kennedy
d very appealing .
loving in the illustrious footsteps of her mother and father.
and George Talianoff, Susan (Mrs. Mark) Rubin is taking
rsl plunge into organization work Now that her daughter
. d.ed the venerable age of 15 months, she has accepted dis-
., chairmanship in the southern part of the county for the
< .in Cancer Society .
1 n-y Flaum knew iust the gift to lighten husband. Larry's
convalescence ... A recording of the newest Mana-Zucca
concerto, performed by her with the Pasedeloup Orchestra
Paris.
- -
Certainly would surprise Jack Benny to learn that a great
Of the planning for his appearance here was done by a tiny
Schnauzer ... At least, that's what Salty, who owns Mrs.
v (Claudia) Pishman thinks ... He not only helped his mis-
ess, who is active in the University of Miami Symphony Club
the ML Sinai Hospital Gulden Club, sell a great many tickets
the benefit concert, he even made suggestions for the floral
decorations used at the Monda) luncheon given for Jaek Benny in
cafeteria of the university .
New Yorkers. Adele and Bill Higbee. with Virginia and Mervyn
"Unes he's the local attorney, of Coral Gables eating with
hopsticks at Carriage Club's Japanese Steak House las! Friday .
flu next night. Mr. and Mrs. Ames to see "Turandot" with Rozlyn
S:;z Gluk.^tad Virginia in a melon peau de soie strapless
wi and Rozlyn in pure silk floral print.

Jody and Sy Kaplan in Bimini for a week of fishing Would
been mighty proud of Jeffrey 6. and Robin 5, as they shared
:he place of honor at a dinner party given by their grandparents.
Ida and Ben Diamond, on Sunday Guests included Ida's niece,
Mrs. Raymond (Bea) Newton, and son David 12. of Dover. N.H..
. nd We.itworth-by the -Sea Her sisters. Mrs Frances Marcus.
t Newton, Mass., and Miami Beach, and Mrs. Anne Salzberg. of
Boston, and Miami Beach ... Oh. yes. the Kaplans have two more
Jittlt ones. Tina 2. and Josh 1.
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Guest of honor at a dinner party given last Saturday by the
David Jacobsons, of 1618 Michigan ave.. was son Owen Jordan, of
Vorktown Heights, N.Y. Actor and movie dubbing expert.
Owen recently completed the prize-winning foreign film, "Three
Soldiers," and also appears in the Brigitte Bardot soon-tobe re-
leased, "La Veritc" While here, hell be houseguest of brother.
Charles Jaeobson, public relations consultant for Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital, who's having a one-man show of expressionist paint-
ings at the Village Corner Gallery .. .
Visiting with Mrs. Charles Feinberg is Mrs. Josh Lippman.
mother of Rabbi Eugene J. Lippman, formerly national program
director of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, and
now spiritual leader of Sinai Temple in Washington Also author
of "Justice or Judaism" used as text book for social action.
- *
Rena (Mrs. Meyer) Eggnatz has returned from New York,
where she shopped with her daughter, Joan, for her trousseau.
Joan is marrying Michael Simkowitz in April. The wedding dress
-s a dream. That was part of the fun part. Now comes the work.
Of course, all of the family are coming, so that Rena decreed the
house should look itb best. That means new paint inside and out.
~<3fewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, February 23, 1962
Sectic: 3
Among guests at Sunday night's American
Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
dinner were (left to right), Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Revitz, of Miami Beach; national council
member, Louis H. Bcyar, of Los Ang3ies; Mrs.
Which of these three members of Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom is wearing the Meni wig? Standing (left to right) are
Mrs. Louis F. Sne'man, vice president, Mrs. Robert Blum, jr.,
and (seated) Mis. Seymour Silverman, chairman of Sister-
hood's calendar year book committee, discussing plans for
a luncheon on Monday at the home of Mrs. Snetman, 4590
Prairie ave., when a Merri-w g will be presented to the Sister-
hood member who brings in the largest sum. Mrs. Harvey E.
Kramer is Sisterhood president.
40th Anniversary For Siivermans
Jack S. Popick, of Miami Beach; and Mrs.
Samuel Rothberg and her husband, recipier.:
of the 1962 Scopus Award, highest recognition
which the American Friends can bestow upo:-.
an individual. ('Charmingly Yours,' Page S-B.
Cedars Women
Plan Program
Women's Division of Cedars of
Ltbanon Hospital will launch its
spring program at a luncheon on
Tuesday. March 6. at the home of
Mrs. David W. Levy. 5926 LaGu<-
dr.
President, Mrs. Nathaniel Levin,
and Women's Division chairman.
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. will call on
committees to report all pledge
totals which have come in since
Jan. 1
Cedars women have raised over
Sioo.000 to help build the non-sec-
tarian hospital, and recently adopt-
ed a resolution to raise an addition-
al $150,000 towards completion of
the Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pa-
vilion for research and treatment
of heart diseases.
New Godmothers and Life Guard-
ians will be welcomed at the Mar.
6 luncheon, and plans will be dis-
cussed for future social events to
enroll additional members.
Mrs. Sol Silverman will be guest
of honor at a luncheon meeting of
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary. Jewish Home for the Aged
next Tuesday noon at the Algiers
hotel.
Interfaith Fete
At Beth Am
Second annual interfaith lunch-
eon of the Temple Beth Am Sister-
hood will be held on Wednesday,
11:30 a.m., at the Temple Audi-
torium.
Representatives of the United
Church Women, neighboring
churches, members of area wom-
en's clubs, and neighbors and
friends of Beth Am members will
be guests of the day.
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will be
speaker. Cantor Sheldon Kodner
will present a program of liturgi-
cal music.
The meeting will mark Mr and
Mrs. S'lverman's 40th wedding an-
niversary.
There will be a short business
session with Mrs. Lawrence Silver-
man, president, conducting the
agenda. Mrs. Ben Hammerman,
chairman of the Mollie and Sol Sil-
verman Physical Therapy Room
at the Home, will give the invoca-
tion.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
coordinator, has planned a group
of piano selections by Olga Bibor
Stern and songs by Mrs. Lawrence
Silverman and Arthur Kalish. with
Mrs. Gladys Dinitz Morgenstern as
accompanist. There will be a spe-
cial skit with all officers and chair-
ment taking part.
Reservations are being taken by
Mrs. Manuel Tanenbauir. Mis
Samuel Baum. and Mrs. Benjamin
Orlow.
Heart Ball Tells
Function's Theme
Art Bruns. chairman of the
ticipting. Chairmen were Mrs.
Heart Ball at the Miami Springs
Villas on Thursday. Feb. 22. has
announced that the theme cf the
ball would be "Mend a Heart.''
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra,
under the direction of Sam Dona-
hue, was to furnish music and en-
tertainment.
Co-chairmen are Mesdames Rob-
ert Edwards. Manuel Gonzales.
Carl Harold. Walter Pierce and J.
Howard Vanskiver.
Also on the committee are Mes-
dames Myron Behrman. Martin S.
Belle. E. E. Bloom. H. M. Ditt-
man. Peter Drake. Francisco Her-
nandez. Louis Lemberg. Milton
Lesser. Claude Pepper. Dr. Jean
Jones Perdue. Dr. Ben-Henry Rose,
Mrs. Alvin Savage. Mrs. Harold
Unger. and Mr. J. T. Marks.
Book to be Reviewed
"House Without a Roof." by Mau-
rice Hindus, will be reviewed by-
Mrs. 1. B Weinstcin for the Mi-
ami Beach chapter of Hadassah
en Monday. 1:30 p.m., at the Al-
- hotel.


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Friday, February 23, 19
. .. C#**c Meeting our Responsibilities
Flaqler Ladies in vanea cvenTs 0ur community- and what,
Fla2le,Granada S.s.erhood he,d On Saturday evening the^.ter- J-^JJU Den, for ft,
a luncheon Tuesdav noon at Red hood sponsored a birthday party in
mo.d?nn. 'he auditorium with music by Modera.or w Invin ^A
, M_. Stan Haymon and h:s band. ad pant-i,Pts were ira GrcenbJ
First pin of the newly-established Israel Bond category of
Negev Sponsor in the Women's Division is presented to Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt by Mrs. Jan Peerce (left;, chairman of
the national Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization,
at a farewell luncheon in honor of Mrs. Roosevelt at the Fon-
toinebleau hotel under the auspices of the National Sponsors,
society of women purchasers of SI,000 or more in Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Roosevelt left for Israel last week to see what has been
accomplished in the first phase of the mass development of
the Necev major objective of this year's campaign.
Academy PTA
Slates Panel
Your ChildHis Moral and Spi-
ritual Values" will he the theme
of a Hebrew ACactemy PTA mid-
winter meeting.
Panelist- for the evening will be
Malvin Englander. Vice Mayor of
Miami Beach: Leo Mindlin. editor
of The Jewish Flondian; Judge
Ben J. Sheppard. of the Juvenile
Court: and David Luchins. a tenth
frarie student at tbe Louis Mer-
wilier Mesivta High School.
Moderator will be Rabbi Alexan-
der S. Gross, principal of the He-
brew Academy.
Also on the evenings program
will be brief reports of the Nation-
al Assn. of Hebrew Day School
PTA convention held at Rockaway
Park. X.Y.. to be given by dele-
gates Rabbi Moshe Horovitz. assist-
ant principal, and Mrs. Zvi Ber-
grr. PTA vice president..
According to an announcement
by Mrs Sheldon Dearr. PTA presi-
dent, the meeting will take place
on Tuesday. Feb. 27. at the Wald-
man hotel.
Judge Englander Speaks
Vice Mayer Mai Englander was
to be guest speaker at a meeting
of the Young Adult Friends of Is-
rael on Thursday evening at Suri-
side Town Hall. Judge Englander,
a past president of the Miami
Beach Zionist District, and past
grand master of Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge, was to discuss "Why My
Wife Hates Me."
Gurion Branch
Ta Meet Here
Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband
will meet next Wednesday evening
at the Farband Cultural Center.
842 Washington ave.
Newry-elected president. Max
Astor. will conduct the business
session. Bernard Furman. cultural
chairman, will dedicate the pro-
pram following to Jewish Music
Month.
Mrs. Anna Sonn Bild will pre
sent a paper on the observance of
the Israel Philharmonic Orches-
tra's 25th anniversary
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Medical Center Hails Miamians
%&
Miami area women were hailed
for helping the American Medical
CiiUer at Denver to achieve '"a
Twentieth Century Passover" to
fnc all humanity from the bond-
age of cancer.
Cited were members of the hos-
pital's Coral chapter. Mrs. David
Bendell, president. 7240 SW 125th
St.; Biscayne chapter. Mrs. Pascal.
president, 15795 NE 13th ave.:
Flamingo chapter. Mrs. Murray
I.evrant. president. 8ti4 80th st.:
Greater Miami Auxiliary. Mrs.
Kate Klatzkin. president. 334 20th
st.: Lamplighters, Mrs. Charles If.
Lynne, president. 7435 SW 57th st.;
Sunrise chapter. Mrs. Richard Pal-
lot, President. 71(15 SW 61st St.

* ^** v..
{Metropolitan Miami's greetings are brought to the Mizrachi
Ichildren being educated in schools oi the Mizrachi Women's
[organization oi America in Israel by Metro Commissioner
IChuck Hall at a reception which the five local chapters ten-
dered to Mrs. Moses Dyckman, the organization's national
president. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, distinguished for her many
Iphilanthropies, was named a "Mother-in-Israel" at the recep-
Ition. Rabbi Alexander Gross ,of the Hebrew Academy, spoke
|at the function. ^_______________________(__________________
ler Tamid Meet Wednesday
Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid
,. hold its monthly meeting next
Wednesday evening in Sklar Audi-
torium
Mrs Murray A. Shaw, president.
l.ii -cussion of a journal luncheon
Manned for the near future. Chair-
lan of the yearbook is Mrs. Jack
B.tTson.
Also on the agenda is bring-a-
.ember luncheon Mar. 6. Chair-
nan is Mrs. Jack Greenberg, mem-
ership vice president.
Additional items to be discussed
lire a theater performance of the
hroduction of -Abie's Irish Rose"
p-i Mar, U> and 11, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Carlton Blake, and
plans lor an annual donor luncheon
whose chairman is Mrs. Eugene
Schwarz.
Program for the evening will fea-
I ture Dr. Seymour H. Fine, son of
Sisterhood vice president. Mrs.
Henrietta Fine. Dr. Fine's subject
will be "Diet and freight Control
for Better Health."
Miss Miami
Contest Opens
Application.- now are available
for the 1962 Miss Miami contest
sponsored by the Miami Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
In addition to many prizes and
trophies, the winner will be offi-
cial hostess and representative tor
the City of Miami, and will repre-
sent Miami in the Miss Florida
Pageant later this year. The win-
1 ner of that contest ;s Florida's
representative in the Miss Americi
contest.
Applications may be obtained at
the City of Miami Publicity Dc
partment. 320 NE 5th st. Deadline
is Mar. 9. This year's contest, ac-
cording to Richard Bradley, chair
man. will take place Apr. 7 at tfr
Bayfront Park Auditorium.
Entrants must be single, and be-
tween 18 and 26 years of age on
Sept. 1.
Also Tropical chapti r, Mrs Jack
Groman, president, 7533 Adven-
ture ave.; past president of the
National Council of Auvliarics of
the American Medical Center at
Denver. Mrs. Ben-Henry Rose. 11
Island ave.. Belle Isle: president
of the Miami Council of Auxil-
iaries. Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe.
1025 W 47th st.: and Mrs. Al Gee-
stein, membership co-chairman.
Ttfli ingarin st.. Coral Gable*.
The praise was contained in a
special Passover greeting from
Charles C. Winocur. president of
the Jewish-endowed, non-sectarian
research and treatment hospital.
whose patients come from all
parts of the world
There is no hitler way for
American Jewry lo celebrate the
deliverance ol our people from
slavery in Egypt." Winocur said,
than by our dedication to the
fighl against cancer being con-
ducted al the 58 y ar-old hospital
with an open door for all man-
kind.''
Since its founding as the Jewish
Consumptives' Relief Society in
1904. the American Medical Cen-
ter has given 3.591.951 days of
care to 10.794 ir.paticnts and un-
told number of outpatients without
any charge to the patients, a ma-
.jurity of whom.were sponsojkfd by
the hospital's volunteer auxiliaiy
i members.
While continuing its treatment
of chronic chest diseases, in 1964
the hospital added the career re-
search and treatmenl program un-
der the direction o! Dr. Robert A.
Huseby, nationally recognized au-
thority on the effect of hormones
in the treatment of cancer.

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Pioneer Women
In Varied Events
.^oldj Meir Club. Pioneer Wum
Mrs Isaac Pushkin, president.
\ .! meet Tuesdaj evening at Con-
_ gation Beth El.
All reservations and final ar-
:. gements will be marie for the
<. or luncheon to be held Sundi
n. Mar. 18. at the Fontaine-
b'eau hotel.
'rogram, in honor of National
ish Music Month, will be an
. lysis of the Israel Philharmonic
S nphony Orchestra, now cele-
brating its 25th anniversary, by
M -. Anna Sorin Bild.
Irs. Nathaniel Sorofl is chair-
i of the evening.
*
ebe Idelson Club, Pii r.eer Worn-
< met recently at the home of
president, Mrs. i-.i ic Often-
it..den. to discuss the i.....ua! don-
luncheon which will be held Sun-
. ;. Mar. 18. at the F'ontaineblenu
h :el. and a "Purim Suda," in
h "or of the club's fifth anniver-
sary, to be held on Sunday. Mar.
2,- 6:30 p.m.. ai the Labcr Zionist
C tural Center.
The Club will hold a dessert
cheon and card party at the
beme of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Ccsow, 7222 Trouville Esplanade.
M.ami Beach, on Wednesday at 1
p.m.
Regular meeting will be held
r.tNt Thursday. 1 p.m.. at the
Washington Federal Savings and
L^an bldg. Program will include
Mrs. Harry Yanish and a musical
presentation planned by Mrs. Es-
ther Weinstein. chairman.
* *
Kadimah chapter. Pioneer Worn-
e: will have a supper party on
Sunday at Miami Hebrew Con re
- :ion, 1101 SW 12th ave.. starting
. 5:30 p.m.. and followed by cards
mah jongg.
Committee includes Mesdames
William Sokoloff. chairman. Jack
B ;t. K Kalnian. David Meltzer,
G. Schwartz. Fred Sandier. Cele
>. ;al and Hyman Selzer.
Proceeds marked for Pioneer
Women's projects in Israel.
*
Coral Gables chapter. Pioneer
V. men. will have a cocktail partj
dinner hosted by Mrs. Sam
Friday, February 23, \%i
Svriside Concert Monday
Regular monthly concert of the
SOrfside Music .Society will be held
klonday, 8:30 p.m.. in Sklar Audi-
torium of Temple Ner Tamid. Art-
ists to be featured are Luanne Win-
lers, soprano, and Victor Marcha-
sie, baritone, who will present a
[.rogram of operatic, popular. He-
brew and Yiddish songs. Accompa-
nist will be Ai.o Yaslo.
")ora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stem Sisterhood will hold
its monthly meeting Wednesday
evening at the Israelite Center.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky will re-
view "So Strange is My Path."' by
Abraham Carmel.
Southeast Unit
Elects Officers
Mrs. Pauline Epstein is new pre
lent of the Southwest Senior C;:
zens Friendship Club.
Serving with her wilt be Isaia-I
I.ehovitz. vice president; Mrs. Ma|
Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Till
Konigsberg. treasurer.
Installation officer was Charles
PlOtkin, director. Department of
Service to Senior- *tien.s at .-.
Southwest YMHA Branch.
Outgoing president, Mrs. Gee-
tri.de Kapralik. was presented w:-
a ::o!d charm "for her many yean
f service." The cl"V also pr-
orated the birthday of Mrs, Emi
Wimpfheimer.
Mrs. William Carmel, chairman. Mrs. Jack Segal, vice chair-
man, Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, vice president of fund rais-
ing, and Mrs. Ray Morse, Sisterhood president, show some
of the merchandise that will be on sale at Sisterhood's annual
bazaar and carnival at the Temple Saturday night. Mar. 3.
through Monday, Mar. 5.
'Author Night1 Series Resumes
"Florida Author Night program -------
series sponsored by the Miami Pub-
lie Library will feature an evening
of poetry readings by Miami poets
on the night of Mar. 1. 8:30 p.m.. at
the Library, l Biscayne blvd.
Poets who will read are Ruby
Fogel Levkoff. Donna Dolores
Kiene. Gloria MacArthur. and
Mary Kate Fro^t. Each will read
from her own poetry.
They will be introduced by Mar-
jorie Stoneman Douglas and Han-
nah K->hn. poetry critic of the Mi-
ami Herald.
No tickets are required for the
program, which is open to the pub-
lic. The series is planned under
the guidance of Helga H Eason,
chairman of community relations
for the Miami Public Library.
Sabbath
Dinner
Holidays
and every day
David, president, ir. her home 610
'eroirmo dr. Cora Gable;
S i : : p.m., in honor
Bar Mil/- in i"r ol I -
-.>.
Molly Picon's
MISH-MASH
Lik so many father; of his clay, Papa had his heart set on a
I I hi t think he ever forgave me for being a girl. He
Mama for it. an 1 constantly referred to me as "Your
" When my sister Helen was born, it was more than
p iuld bear. He said the whole world was ag linst
: even his wife. Without a son., who would tarry on
. name?
Ves i\ ekoon was the name Papa came to America with, but
' tin- wry fir~; theatre managers simplified it to Picon.
II i I 1'kon would be much easier for people to remember.
I'm -are he shortened it. though, to save on his electric bill
when he put my name up in lights on the marquee. With
such a simple name, why did I get so many letters addressed
o Mali Pipkin, Maly Picnic, Moly Pippick, and many more
interesting variations?
That always reminds me of the delightful story Sholem
Aleichem (ells about a little boy named Dick. When his
teacher asked him how a Jewish Ik>v got the name Dick, he
answered. "My name was Yitzchok, but the other kids made
fun of me, so my Pop changed it to Dick." "But how did
you get from Yitschok to Dick?" she asked. "'Oh, that was
easy. We changed it from Yitschok to Itzy, Itzy to Pitzy,
Pitzy to Ritzy, Ritzy to Richard, and Richard to Dick."
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Film to be Shown
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Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will meet Tuesda>
>vening at Central Beach Elemen-
tary School.
In honor of Brotherhood Week a
dramatic film. The Wall." will be
shown.
Mrs. Murray Heiken. president
of the Miami chapter, will be mod-
erator of an open discussion. Miss
Ettie Kurzrok is program chair-
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Tnday. February 23, 1962
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Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Mitchell hold the new Torah Scroll which
-:ev presented to Temple Adath Yeshurun in honor of their
rC!h wedding anniversary. The Scroll was dedicated during
inspiring service at the Temple last week. Rabbi Max
Zucker and Cantor Abraham Reisman officiated.
By FRANCES LEHMAN
The Grand Ballroom of the Fon- j
tainebltau hotel was a beautilul
sightred candles^jcd cupids, red.
flowers, and over a thousand worn-1
en, who chose to give their hearts
to the Cancer League cause. One i
table proved to be the center of at-,
tention. Then sat Elhel Merman,'
looking delightfully young in aj
shocking pink straight lined dress i
with her short reddish hair in a be-
coming brushup. Beside her. sat
blonde Mitzi Gaynor. looking ador-
able in a kelly green dress with a
square sailor collar in back and a
-of: bow in front. With them was
Jean (Mrs. Morris' Lansburg. and
how she cculd be at the luncheon
i when she was to be hostess at a
big party that night seemed a mys-
I lery.
Jean was wearing a Jackie Ken-
nedy-style dress of white >iik with
hand-painted design in green and
yellow on the blouse. The design
was also appliqued on the sweater,
fitting at a table nearby was Mrs.
Karon (Polly) de Hirsch Meyer in
n chartreuse all-over embroidered
' French silk dre.-s and jacket with a
how in back. With it she wore a
sable collar and sable hat. On her
right was Mrs. Ben Cohen in yel-
low. Mrs. Cohen customanlly
chooses one color, and the Amelia
Gray dress from California she
wore was enhanced by matching
gold accessories and also ^ by
dimples.
Mrs. Paul Bromberg designed her
own two-piece Irish linen suit with
a cemlian mink collar. The linen
actually did come from Dublin
where, she has relatives. Mrs.
Sidney Ohrbaeh wore a strawberry
Rivera y Mojena wool, with a dia-
mond buttertly high on her sleeve.
With it. she wore a magenta, pink
and strawberry toque. Her dauyh-
itr-in-law, Loretta (Mrs. Mel) Ohr-
baeh. was stunning with her white
complexion, smooth black hair, and
long-sleeved black dress, featuring
a white full-draped collar and
cults. Loretta. incidentally, play-
ed the part of -Nobody" in West
S.de Story at the Coconut Grove
Theater, and has a part in the
"Everglades Series." which will be
seen here in about three months.
Mrs, Bernard Firestone was in a
white shirtmaker with a navy blue
sweater. Mrs. Fred Meyer chose
a beige ensemble with black ac-
cessories. Mrs. Lester A. Russin
wore a gold wool, two-piece suit
with three-quarter-length sleeves
and a leopard collar.
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Mitzi Gaynor and her review will
be the starring attraction at the
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach's
annual dinner dance at the Deau-
ville hotel on Sunday, 6 p.m.
Mrs. Murray Sonnett is chair-
man, with Mrs. Samuel Hirsch,
Mrs. Robert Jackson and Mrs.
Arthur Hornreich in charge of
tickets.
Mrs. Melvin J. Richard, presi-
dent, has announced that the affair
is sold out.
All proceeds will be used for the
care and rehabilitation of the emo-
tionally disturbed children at the
Montanan Clinical School.
Mrs. Aaron Rader wore a navy
dress with a sleeveless jacket trim-
'orcc
cd in red and a red bag. -Mrs K. -
erine Robertson, sister-in-law t
Leon Lowenstein. chose a wtv.'e
knit suit with a cable cord sweater
and a vivid green chiffon so ::
around her hair. Mrs. A. Herbert
Mathis looked lovely in a BIT.art
rose-colored outfit. Mrs. Rh/ia
Levine was in a green print v.:i
furred sweater. Barbara (Mri
Neil) Schiff wore a green silk j?. :
11 dress t h e exact color of
eyes. The bodice was o! green
h'lue chiffon. Mrs. Emil Moi n
u a s in white, with a linger >
matching coat, black jewelry.
accesories that highlighted
black hair. Selma Oritt. in an Is-
raeli beige knit, was receiving c
pliments on her new bracelet t it
curled around like a snake and h
two huge green moery pearls
emeralds,
Sally (Mrs. Harold Spaet i
raspberry suit, with the pict
collar that looks so well on I
and a raspberry il r a p c d ha-
match. Janet (Mrs. Lev- Sei
In a green Serbin button-down.
side with white buttons.
At a table over near the cor
sat Dave Phillips, his brother. St
Phillips, of St. Paul. Col. Ja.c:
Avery, Col. Brody. and Baron
Hirsch Meyer.
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Friday, February 23. 1962
Menorah Ladies
Hold Program
Regular meeting ol Temple Me-
norah Sisterhood on Wednesday
evening was dedicated to Torab
Fund Rabbi Alien Rutcbik, ex-
ecutive director ol the Southeast
region; United Synagogue ol Ameri-
ca, was guesi speaker.
A musical program directed by
Mrs Mayei ran viiz was pr
sen) si included Me lames
Laun e W eston, '-I x Frie Iman,
. ..i Fa lina I in .'
Horowitz I
ting ers > c David a id
. j I irbar S
Mrs Al Schwj rtz I' i ih Fund
cha ai d Mrs Raj Morse is
Sisteihoi cl pr< sid
JWY Auxiliary
In Aid to Israel
Jewish War \ Auxiliary,
North < Post, will meet
al ihe Wash-
Savi and Loan
Assn ,1133 Normandj dr.
Aid i artj iil be held
Monday n< n al the home of Mrs.
h, 1116 Biarritz dr.,
vnh a Jewish musical program by
,' ;eph Malek.
Hostess al a party on Tuesday
evening was Mrs. Maxine Kassel,
5931 La Gorcc dr.
All funds raised al Ihe these par-
ties are used for the Tel Hashomer
Veterans Hospital in Israel.
Beth Am Buys $102300 in Bonds
Three of the principals of the Temple Both Am Israel N
night are Ifrom left) Ambassador Yaacov Her-
guesl ol Mrs. H-^izoq, and David J. Liqht, honoi
ler. Members of the Temple purchased
S1C2.300 in bonds to launch the 1962 Greater Miami Israel
Eond effort.
Zamora Ladies A* Flan Bazaar
12th ORT Unit
Considered Here
Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. president.
Southeastern region. Women's
American ORT. was to announce
plans for a 12th chapter in the
Greater Miami area at a tea sched-
uled for Thursday noon in the Mor-
ton Towers dining room.
A documentary film. "The Ital-
ian," was to be shown. Mrs. Flor-
ence Kupperman. vice president
and expansion coordinator is in
charge of reservations.
Temple Zamora Sisterhood will
launch its annual bazaar Saturday
night under the direction of Mrs.
Irving Davidow.
The bazaar will run all day Sun-
day with dinner served between
S and 8 p.m.
At 1 p.m.. on Sunday, a talent
show will be presented, with the
children of the congregation taking
part, conducted by Mrs. Rose Cal-
ton, cultural vice president.
A Camp Ocala reunion for
Greater Miami youngsters to learn
about summer activities at the
camp and to see a kiddie fashion
show was recently held at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Tneo Struhl. 44
Star Island, camp directors. Sev-
eral hundred youngsters attended.
The co-educational camp, located
in Ocala National Forest, main-
tains winter headquarters in down-
town Miami.
Members of Temple Beth Am
launched the 1962 Israel Bond of-1
fort in Miami and the national Is-
rael Bond synagogue campaign bj
purchasing $102,300 at its third an-
Duel l-i.i Bond dinner last Sun-
day night in the Temple.
Responding to an a pp ea 1 by
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual lead-
er 0f t iple Beth Sholom, and in-
ternational vice president for Is-
rael Bond coi n ational drives,
B< ii An members I all
previous Isra ts at the
dinner.
Guest i honor was Israel Ambas-
sador to Cai ada Yaaco\ Herzog
and Mi Hi rzog. In Ms ai :.- -
Ambassador Herzog pointed out
that Israel has embarki -< c
ond pi its historj the re
claimin f the N
Wi*h Israel's rriin.-ry eSjec-
tive the inaathering of the exiles,
Ambassador Mrzg laid IhJt it
is of utmost urgency now thai
"we roll back toe sands of the
Nef^v, that we reclaim this vast
wasteland, that we convert this
barren land into fert' o Mil to
provide homes for ma"y thous-
ands of new immigrants."
Expressing optimism that this
task will be achieved with the
help of the Israel Bond program,
the Ambassador said that Israel
Bond purchases were an expres-
sion of kinship and partnership be
tween America's Jewry and Israel,
"and a source of deep inspiration
to the people of Israel."
Keynoting the festivities of the
evening was a program of enter-
tainment by George .lessel. ufo
was rushed from a live nationwide
television broadcast on y,
Beach to Temple Beth Am.
Dinner ehairmjfn was Dr Ii
| Perimutter. ami ether pn
'r.irfic>nnts ir.ehtWd" Jay 1 |
who served a> toastmastei
Herbert B
er of Temple Beth km, R n
Newman, [>mple pr
Herman F Mr
gi I, Cantor les |
David ,i. i .
Highlit ht ol the pi ,
rnlorful i ghtil
conducted 1 > Ratal i
Participal the i my .
Mr. and Mrs. V I.
Mr. and Mrs. I ral i
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Tomarkin 1o Speak
Charles Tamarkin will dist -s
Ad\ antagi i : Natural Hygiem
at a meeting ol the Greater Miami]
American Natural Hygiene Society
on Sunday evening at Washingt"B
Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
1133 Normandy dr. Tamarkin n
vice president o{ the local chapter,
Gomes Party Monday
There will he a games party for
all Rehekans and Odd Fellows on
Monday evening at McArthur
Dairies. Proceeds are for a charity
in Gainesville. Refreshments will
be served.
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February 23. 1962
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Verdi Requiem Set by UM Orch.
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Giuseppe Verdi's moving and
dramatic "Missa da Requiem" will
be presented Sunday and Monday
by the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra with tour inter-
nationally-known soloists and the
University Chorus of 100.
The performances, sixth in the
Benny Hits Till
For $32,000
Jack B nuy. as guest soloist
with the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra at Miami Beach
Convention Hall, raised a record
$32,000 Tuesday night, with all
>n>c !- poina to the Symphony
Orchestra Fund.
With Fabien Sevitzky conduct-
in1; the 90-piece Symphony, a ca-
pacity audience of 3 600 people
heard the fiddler from Waukegan
play Beetho\en and Sarasate,
_::_;. along with some of the Benny
inimitable humor.
This was Benny's 25th concert
as guest soloist, and his total
money raised for symphony orch-
estra- across the country is now
S2.245.675 a sum no other musi-
cian in the world has ever ap-
fill-am Hoiden, as an American priest in China, appears proached. ____________
'anted ii this scene from the Pearl Buck story. "Satan Never m^mmmmmt U/.ll
W" opening Friday at the Carib. M.ami, Miracle. 163rd ArtS League Will
Gateway Theatres HonOr HobermC.ll
Joyce Farber, coloratura, and
Helen ovenden. violinist, will be
featured artists Saturday evening
at a concert sponsored by the Mi-
ami Beach Music and Arts League
in the Imperial room of the Roney
Plaza hotel. Kay Sestock will be
the accompanist.
Preceding the concert, an award
will be given to Louis lloberman.
former executive secretary and vice
president of the League, for his
-contributions to the growth and
betterment of the League." The
presentation will be made by Dr.
J. R. Schwartz, lloberman is pres-
ident of the Surfside Music Society.
The program will include music
i of Verdi. Ddnizetti. Mozart, Lalo,
and Mendelssohn.
current winter series of concerts
held at Miami Beach and Dade
County Auditoriums, will be under
the direction of Fabien Sevitzky.
Soloists include Robert Rounse-
ville, young American tenor who
was selected to play the leading
role in the technicolor movie ver-
sion of "The Tales of Hoffman;''
Irene Jordan," soprano, of the
Metropolitan and New York City-
Center Opera Companies. Mary
MacKenzie, contralto, a winner of
the famed Metropolitan Auditions
ol the Air award; and Ara Berber-
ian. basso who has appeared with
Ihe Philadelphia Grand Opera Com-
pany. The I'M Chorus is directed
1 y Glenn Draper.
Verdi conceived the idea of a
requiem to perpetuate the mem-
ory of his good friend and con-
temporary composer Gioacchino
Rossini. The work was laid out
in 13 parts and assigned to 13
leading Italian composers. Be-
cause of lack of unity of the dif-
ferent sections, and the varianc*
in styles of writing, fhe work wa
abandoned.
Several years later, the Italian
poet and novelist, Alessandro Man-
zoni, died. Verdi, who had set some
Of Manzoms works to music, was
deeply moved by the authors
death', and received permission
Horn the Italian Government to
write a requiem mas- to be per-
lormed as a tribute to Manzoni in
a Milan church. It received us
first reading in 1874 with a chorus
o! 120. and an orchestra Of 100 con-
cocted by Verdi himself.
This will be the third presenta-
tion of the Verdi Requiem by the
I niversity of Miami Symphony. It
as first presented here in 1954 and
again in 195S. John Bitter eonduct-
ing both performances
'fclaremont Quartet will be featured in the sixth concert of the
eason oi Friends of Chamber Music of Miami on Tuesday
veninq at White Temple Auditorium. Program will include
VOuar.et ,:, F major, op. 77. No. 2. Haydn; Quartet No. 1 in
\* minor op. 7, Bartok: and Quartet in F major, op. 13o,
Peethoven. _____________________
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mum* lean now Ma
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Shulomith'
gain Slated
"Shulaniilh." Yiddish opera per
,j>rme,l last season, will be a Mi-
imi Be.uh Community Singers maj-
a production again Sunday even-'
fg. Mar 18, at the Miami Beach,
Editorium,
Pro luced and conducted by Ben
jTonun a will be presented m full
Dstume In the title role will be
!arul Dunn.
Ten,ii Nico Feldman. as Abso-
m. will l>e making his first con-
'rt appearance since he was
BOUght by Ed Sullivan from 1s-
ael for three appearances on his
tlevision show.
Baritone Gil Marr will again
ake the role of Monoah. and Boris
titcher, hacked by the 65 com-
kiunity singers, will be narrator.
Medical Center Games Parly
Greater Miami chapter, Amer-
ican Medical Center at Denver,
had a games party Wednesday
evening at the Algiers hotel.
Bank Elects Rosenberg
Morris Rosenberg was elected to
the board of directors of the Met-
ropolitan Bank of Miami at a re-
cent meeting. He also serves as
general counsel for Metropolitan
Bank.
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Mrs. /rlalflvsky Honored
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Friday. February 23. 1962
Meyers Reveal
Ellen's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer, 5465
La Gorce dr., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Ellen.
to Robert Pinsky. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Pinsky. 8333 Harding
ave.
Miss Meyer attended Miami
Beach High School, and is a gradu-
ate of the University of Miami. She
is presently teaching in North Mi-
ami.
Mr. Pinsky atended schools in
1'hiladclphia. and is a leading
businessman in Miami.
They will be married in the sum-
mer.
Druckers Tell
Daughter's Troth
Mr. and Mrs. David Drucker, of
four years 1030 N\V 18!;'. St., announce the
engagement ot their daughter.
10th ave.
Miss Drucker
student at
attends
is
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AEPhi Alumnae
Planning Dinner
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Assn.
of Greater Miami will have its an-
nual "pot luck" dinner Saturday
nicht at lh( home of Mis. Marvin
Coral Way Now
Registering Tots
Coral Wav Jewish Center is now
WC^AN OF THE WEEK
\nne I Mrs. Joseph) Lip:on was born in Paterson. N.X She wanted
- -- idv at a good school tor social welfare, but since Montclair Teachers
( ge was closer to home, she settled for that. She finished her ilu-
. ti Columbia. As a teen-ager. Anne was most interes:ed in volunteer
- .1 work, and prepared to be an ardent community worker in Pater-
son.
This was the background that sparked her
entry into volunteer work when she came to
Miami, where she met Joe. and
later, they started the saga of a happy mar
riage. As a bride. Anne was active in all of Runni Maxine. to Robert Allan
the organizations, with Hadassah taking pn- Whitebook.
ority. She helped organize the nurses aid do- Uq js (he ^ of Mp and M
partment when Mt. Sinai Hospital first came |rvjng R whitebook of 17325 NE
into being
Now. Anne lets her husband set the pace,
but is available at all times for whatever he
feels ought to be done. Joe is called "a real Barry College. Her Hani
sweet guv" to everyone, and is active in just the University of Fli ri i and
about evVry organization in town. With so employed at the University Inn in
main community affairs, meetings and social Gainesville.
functions to attend, the Uptons have to sit
down and make out a time table. But there
is always time for their five grandchildren.
each has his cozy corner in grandma's house-including personal
-. hi^h chairs and toys. The Uptons' two children are their daugh-
I irnet. married to Marshal Harris, and son Ronald and his Marilyn.
)n their many trips which they use as a form of relaxation. Anne
- the shopping; while Joe visits the museums, which he adores. They
t been practically everywhere except to Africa and Mexico. What
i i es this so strange is that they have relatives in these two places. Zank, 10303 SVV 63rd Ct.
E: ise is that their relatives sometimes come to Miami and. in fact, are T|)is w (| bp a SUppresselj de-
l now. sire" partv. and guests are asked
The Uptons do a lot of entertaining, and prefer to be hosts at home. {o come inc.osfume
- e collects antiques, but she makes sure that they aren't breakable
- use )f the grandchildren. They support every worthy cause in Mrs. Stanley Roth, of 8030 SW
U X attend all of the operas, ballets, and concerts. In between times. 116th si., i in charge of reserva-
J plays golf, and Anne watches carefully to see that everything goes tions.
v -. with her "real sweet guy."
* *
HEARTS AND FLOWERS AT WESTVIEW
It was a gay and happy evening the night of the dinner dance that
Lt ?old and Betty Schwartz gave at Westview Country Club in honor of
*':rcia Wineman who will be the bride of their son. Lt. Larry Schwartz,
li-ghter Ina. now Mrs. Herbert Yalof, came from East Orange with' registering children for its 1962 63
.-: husband and little girl. Leslie Sue. The dining room was candle-1 kindergarten and nursery school.
!.. ted with the Valentine motif carried out in red hearts and flowers, i Registration is opea to children
Hi cia's parents, the Stanley Winemans, came in from Tampa. Among!from 3 to 5'i years of age.
gvests were the Leo Ackermans. William Weintraubs, Dr. George Three levels are nursery and
Grchams, Sam Levensons. John Serbins. Henry Wolffs, Milton and pre-kindergarten classes and read-
I-lyn Nussbaum, Sam and Gladys Gerson and Jack and Rose Krause. ing readiness kindergarten classes.
1 tryone was glad to see Chic Chaikin who has been ill. and Winnie Complete preparation for first
t r t if they just stayed for a short while. Stewart Rapee and his bride, grade is the goal of the kindergar-
* ry and Willa Sue Susskind. the Aaron Farrs and the Sam Heimans ten. with certified teachers in
\ -. .e all having a marvelous time, along with the Harold Thurmans, Mrs. charge.
hell Stone, the William Singers, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Jacobs.
* *
* iEAUTIFUL INVITATION
The invitations are out for the cocktail party that Inez Krensky is
;. ng in honor of her parents' sixtieth anniversary on Mar. 3. There is
Ctur >t her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mcsse. on the outside of the
. .-aved invitation. The picture was taken ten years ago on their tifti-
f anniversary, but the couple don't look any older today. The envel-
- can be saved to use as book marks: they were addressed by a calli-
i ihi-t inrl are lovely.
* *
* CHRISTENING
[( is a wonderful evening at the waterfront home of Ethel (Mrs.
ed I Geiger. She had just bought a boat, a 38-foot, blue and white
-s Craft, and a celebration was in order. After drinks and tidbits,
: guests went down to the dock and Anna May (Mrs. Larry) Levenson,
is Mrs. Geiger's Godchild, broke a bottle of champagne over the
r naming the boat Thia Thalia. This is Greek for Aunt Ethel, and
*:..-. Geiger is Aunt Ethel. After dinner, guests took turns cruising up
down the bay. Mrs. Geiger's houseguest. Van Hurbank, made a
r ndid captain. From Chicago, were Bob and Stella Apple. Mrs. Se-
Feldman, and Arnold and Dorothy Epstein. Sidney and Esther
Schwartz and their houseguest. Ruth Brown, Jason and Judy Roberts,
; Mrs. Stella Uttal were among the boat riders, too.
* *
* E D ANO WHITE ... NO BLUE
The pink table cloths looked pretty with the Valentine centerpieces
: the red heart placecards. Red and white mints were as good to
t. as to see. The luncheon was given by Mrs. Ru:h Guthmann at the
2 ;.ihoe hotel. The tables were for eight, spotted here and there were
ft.-. James Chapman, Mrs. Nathan Sater. Mrs. Ted Pritikin and Mrs.
flam Weiner. Ruths daughter, Carolyn (Mrs. Donald' Barmack, and
i-: friend. Joni (Mrs. Stanley) Tate, had to leave to pick up their child-
rei at school, but the rest of the guests' children were all grown up and
ed for cards. The twins were thereMrs. Milton Maper and Mrs.
fli l Schwartzbut weren't wearing the same dress. Mrs. T. M. Feder
.- se stunning green jewelry on her while dress. Mabel (Mrs. Yale)
l-< inson looked as fresh as a tulip in her bright yellow dress.
* *
(H*RD TO BELIEVE
You wouldn't believe that Thelma (Mrs. Adrian) Thai, looking so
hvert in a beige suit with a black mink hat and collar, knows how to
COCk, Her eyes sparkled as she announced that she was on her way home
t ix ten pounds of mushrooms for the freezer. She answered when
; ed for the recipe, "For one pound of mushrooms you take a snip of
.-.'. a snip of butter, add a snip of flour mixed with a snip of water;
COOk, cool, and pack away." They are so good that everyone who eats
n takes more than a snip.
Talking over success of Sunday night's Scopus Awcrd din-
ner, which featured the national conclave cf the American
Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at the Amer-
icana hotel, are local leaders (left to right) Mrs. Irving E. Mil-
ler. Mrs. Abram Fox. Mrs. Jennie Grossmqer, and Mrs. Sam-
uel T. Sapiro. Mrs. Fox, who now spends mest of the year ir.
Israel with her husband, joined the others as membeis of the
board of directors of the women's division of the American
Friends.
Abbe Lane attends a theatre party at Coconut Grove Play-
house sponsored by Islanders and Greater Miami chapters
of Women's American OHT. With Abbe are (left to right) Mrs.
Joseph Wilkes, region president; Mrs. Jacques Bril, president.
Greater Miami chapter; and Mrs. Lilyan Holler, president.
Islanders chapter.
Morning classes will be from
8.45 until 11:45. Afternoon classes
will be from 12:15 to 3:15.
Mrs. Warren Will
Run in Surf side
Mrs Irene (Alvin) Ware- has an
! pounced her cannuacy tor the Surf-
I sioe Council. A resident here for
10 years, she lives v ith her hus-
band and their three children at
911 Bay dr.
Mrs. Warren has served as di-
rector and vice president of the
I TA, is a Girl Scout leader, char-
ter member of the Women's Divi-
sion of Surfside Chamber of Com-
merce,
She belongs to the Deborah group
of Hadassah and the Junior Auxili-
ary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged.
Mrs. Warren believes that "a
woman can unders'and the prob-
lems of Surfside better than a
man.''
"If I serve on the Council
other women will be encouraged to
look for political position; in Dade
county," the candidate declared.
: BIRTHDAZE :
A first son. Robert Warren, wai
born to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Jay
Wynne. 9240 SW 58th ter., on Feb.
8. He joins sister. Susan Kay, 2i
month-.
Maternal grandparents are Mr
and Mrs. Louis Feits. PaternJl
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Louis Silverstein, and great-grand
mother is Mrs. Fannie Ingber. ot
New York.
Cantor William Lipson officiateJ
at the bris held Sunday, Feb. 13.
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1962
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AMERICAN Friends of Ihe He-
bi< University held a na-
tional c :ivention Sa urday ni^ht
hi iht -i-nericana hotel. Presen-
tatioi 'he 1S32 Scopus Award
ias n e to Samuel Rothberg.
For tbii ccassion, Mrs. Rothberg
chose white silk crepe sheath
with i most interesting bodice.
Sleeve'css. and with an almost
tailored look in the small self-
covered mttons, it dipped in front
d a painging V; while the back
h.i [ecl ; r only touch of color was
iii In: .d .shoes and belt.
\lr> Fannie Sutfness, visiting
from infield, N.J.. wore a
black i k chiffon. The bodice
was s> ftly ;.raped, and her skirt
leaturti a side swirl drape. A
royal I -.. hand made ribbon lace
was worn by Mrs. Max Weitz.
The dl >' pattern was embroid-
. it,i v I a silver llame thread.
Mrs. lie man Ausubel chose black
-ilk p>-;.n:i with a harem hem-
line. The front of her skirt was
caught -. gathers, each fastened
with a at black velvet bow.
:-: -
ver-lined bugle beads and irides-
cent crystals. A black silk chif-
fon sequin sheath was worn by
Mrs. Aaron Weiss. Her conver-
sation piece was her striking coat
from Majorca, featuring a beaded
and embroidered paisley silk
print. She carried a small even-
ing bag to match.
Mrs. Daniel Ross, who's hus-
band is chairman of the board,
chose a pique print in tones and
shades of browns and yellows.
Her jacket dress featured a bell-
shaped skirt. Their daughter.
Miss Lynn Ross, wore a honey
beige with a turquoise and burnt
1 orange print. A whiteon-white
silk brocade ensemble was worn
by Mrs. Louis Glasser. From
Hong Kong, the sheath featured
crystal tassels around the neck-
line, handappliqued frog trim,
and flat, fringed bows at the back
of the coat.
Mrs. Morton Mazor's warped
silk taffeta mingled tones and
shades of blues, with just a touch
of green. Her fitted bodice flowed
into the controlled fullness of the
bell silhouette. Yellow mo\ga-
shel linen with silk organza in-
serts in a floral pattern was worn
by Mrs. William Ginsberg. Her
skirt was a seven-eighths tunic
over a sheath.
Black peau de soie with bands
of black eyelette was the choice
of Mrs. Julius Ginsburg, of Chi-
cago. Her black cashmere sweat-
er was embroidered with a gold
thread into "a flew de !is pat-
tern. Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro
wore a stunning ivory mattelasse
coat torn Paris, featuring a
notched cape collar, and was of
ballerina length. Under the great-
coat was a turquoise gown of
ch:ffon and satin.
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rw* vania, wore a warped silk
taffeta print in ombre tones of
green. Her dress featured the
slashed bateau neckline. Dividing
her time between Atlanta and
Miami, Mrs. David Slann selected
an ombre lavander chiffon sheattt
embroidered in silver-lined bugle
beads.
Mrs. Morris Ncwmark chose an
unusual two-piece white ensem-
ble. The skirt fabric was peaa
de soie, featuring controlled full-
ness in a modified bell silhouette.
It was banded near the hemline in
a self fabric, and the banded was
detailed with small bows. Her
bodice was a white cashmere
sweater, with the body of the
sweater a sheer import lace em-
broidered with heavy clusters of
white cavier beads. To complete
the contrast, her neckline was the
tailored peter pan collar.
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Women galore turned out for the
New Horizons Luncheon of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division at the F.den Roc hotel or.
Monday.
Mr>. Jack A. Ablin. as chairman,
vied with the apparel that made
up Martha's Hall of Fame Fash
ions in a dramatic w'lte dres> and
long coat a Maurice Rentner.
The sleeves were elbow-length, and
the back featured striking scroll
work.
Co-chairman. Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky, in white linen with Belgian
lace and white hat in pearls. Also:
Mrs. Carl Weinkle in white silk
shantung, with a silk flag pinned
to the dress, and Mrs. F. E. Bloom
in royal blue three-piece silk
shantung, with white accessories.
Mrs. Jack Carner in a hand em
she brought back
elegance, in a full-skirted white pale green, the lining of her jacket
Hono;:ry president. Mrs. Oida
Rubin. ore a smoke-colored,
lace-en?Liroidercd creation with an
iridescent thread, over a ginger-
coloreO silk chiffon. Her dress
featured a high rounded neckline, broidered sari
long sleeves, and diagonals over, from India.
the flounced silk chiffon at the j Mrs. Louis Cohen, demure in a
hemSe Mrs. Louis E. Levin-1 dark blue shantung, with white
thai, vim's husband was chair- j highlights.
man Jor the evening, selected a Mrs. Nathan Gumenick in a rose
mijjt green and gold brocade en-; iridescent oriental silk made in
sembk "The brocade was reem- j Hong Kong
heavily embroidered creation, with
long sleeves and a little collar.
Mrs. David Ponve in white cot-
ion lace over yellow, with a be-
coming Lib Street hat.
Mrs. Frank Bauer in an exquis-
ite pale pink she had made into a
straight-lined jacket dress in Hong
Kong, with a striped collar and
cuffs.
Mrs. Carl Susskind chose royal
blue and white in a printed dress
and jacket with a royal blue hat.
Mrs. A. L. Glickman in turquoise
silk linen, with
matching tassels
the same as the blouse she wore.
Mrs. Irving Cypen. wife of the
Circuit Judge, in a magenta suit,
with large buttons.
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg in a
paisley print with matching jack
ct. Accessories included a gold
rope bag and a hat to match.
Mrs. Robert Z. Green in a Mar
tha gold suit. Around her shiny
black bun. a matching net. Acces-
sories: a most unusual basket.
Mrs. Harry Mufson. lovely in a
Jane Darby great orange ccat.
a gored skirt, with green chiffon dress and green
decorating the bow in her honey-colored hair.

flat
and unusual turquoise jew- ||rg David Hochberg in a beige
creation, with little red silk apples
dress,
elry.
Mrs. Matilda Ratner in a gray on tnc Peter Pan col|ar.
linen tweed suit, and Mrs. Sydney
Weintraub in an orange silk shan-
tung, with a lovely straw hat.
Mrs. Mark Harris in a green and
white raw silk Tregare, featuring
large roses.
Mrs. Arthur Rosichan, wife of
the executive director of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, in
Dfofderi i! with gold, and the gold
repeate; in her shoes.
Mr-:, .'ack Popick. whose hus-
band b president of the South
Floridii AFHU chapter, chose a
white g:lk chiffon sheath com-
pletely embroidered with the
mute; Bugle beads. An unusual
design -was embroidered across
the hipline with silver-lined bugle
Mrs. Josic Goldstrom in blue
taffeta, the object of a 'Happy-
Birthday" serenade for her 88th.
Mrs. A. J. Harris, wife of Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
president, in an Elaine from Paris,
featuring a shantung suit, with
chiffon muted colored blouse.
Mrs. Sam Blank in aqua hand-
knit, with a matching velvet dra-
beadl -d the tiny white cavier ped hat and matching jewelry
beads She topped her gown with Mrs. Aaron t oursbon. a model of
a blacJ 'ilk brocade theatre coat.
Black
choice
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metei i
k brocade was also the
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in a sheath with asy-
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Philadelphia. Mrs. I. J.
up selected a white silk
crepe sheath. Her gown was com-
plete! v t-nibroidered with the sil-
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The Courier
Mr. and Mrs. Max H*cht will be honored at a dinner-and reception
at the Coronet hotel on Mar. 4 for their activities in behalf of the
Religious Zionists of America. as the Mlzrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi is
now known. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum, of
.New York, national president, who also is a member of the Jewish
Agency executive committee Dinner chairman is Dr. M. J. Safra,
with Jack Ciment and Philip Weiss serving as co-chairmen Robert
Frost, noted poet, is recovering, but his illness forced the cancellation
of Friday's meeting of the Friends ol the University of Miami Library
Frost recently visited the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as Samuel
Paley guest lecturer on American civilization,
Victor Bennahum, director oi the Israel Government Tourist Office
in the I'nited States, was guest at an Atlanta luncheon hosted by Israeli
Consul Zev Z. Dover, who then moved on to Miami Beach, where he
gave a reception for the local consular corps at the Fontainebleau
hotel. The meeting was a pace-setting function for Saturday night's
celebration of Eddie Cantor's Tilth birthday, highlight cf the 1!62 in-
augural conference of Israel Bonds. We stopped up at the Trustee
Club at the Barcelona hotel and saw such national leaders as Abe Kay,
of Washington. Leonard Ratner, of Cleveland, national chairman Ira
Cuilden, of New York. Lou Boyar, of l.os Angeles, and the I'eoria touch
down twins, Sam Rothberg and Julian Venezky, all burning up the long
distance wires to receive commitments of new N'egev Trustees for the
conference. During a three-hour period, some 15 completed calls
pulled in more than S500.000 a reasonable return for a $50 telephone
bill.

Rabbi David S. Susskind, of St. Petersburg's Temple Beth El,
lectured at the University of Tampa this week on Commitments in
Chaos." a.s a representative of the Jewish Chautauqua Society .
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffee, of Hollywood's Temple Beth El. will lecture
at Roosevelt Junior College in West Palm Beach on Mar. 15 for the
society, an organization which creates better understanding of .lows
and Judaism through education Louis Wolfson, the Miami and
Jacksonville financier, took his mother. Mrs. Sarah Wolfson, to Wald-
tnan's for a kosher dinner Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman
Will sland for reelection Mar. 20 .
Miami Vice Mayor Henry L. Balaban will take part in a mass
rally and concert pushing the Forand Plan for medical care for senior
Citizens Sunday at 1 p.m., at Bayfront Park Bandshell Mert Wet-
stein i> pushing an American Basketball League clash between the
Chicago Majors a ad Hawaii Chiefs at the Miami Beach Convention Hall
on Mar. 9 Abe Saperstein's Majors feature Sweetwater Clifton .
David Karr, of New York, president of Fairbanks-Whitney Corp., was
honored by Boys Town of Jerusalem at a New York dinner launching
an expansion program. House Speaker John McCormack called Boys
Town "a great human project that is an outstanding example of demo-
cratic thought in action." Karr's company is engaged in a joint ven-
ture with the Israeli government for desalinization of sea water under
a process developed by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, noted Israeli scientist
. Mayor Robert King High asks Miamians to donate books for Belize
in a drive aimed to replace those lost by Hurricane Hat'.ie's sweep
through the British Honduras capital.

The American Council for Judaism this week expressed "moral"
support for aims of humane slaughter bills recently introduced into
New York state legislature. Same bills are vigorously opposed by
almost every other Jewish organization. Such a position, it seems to
this comer, is in keeping with the American Council for Judaism's
anti-Israel stands, which are unfortunately reproduced by the general
press out of all proportion to the infinitesimal size of the group.
United Synagogue of America has urged Empire State G*v. Nelson
Rockefeller to spare the life of 18-year-old Salvatore Agron, now under
sentence of death for the playground killing of two boys in 1959. Move
was based on traditional opposition to capital punishment of the Con-
servative movement You can scratch that item in a local column
about Mr. Malvin Englander running against Metro Commissioner
Alex Gordon. Sophia says. "One politician in our family is enough."
Nobel Prize winner. Dr. Paul A. M. Dirae, of Cambridge, is now a
visiting professor in physics at Yeshiva University. His work in quan-
tum mechanics comprises one of the major contributions to 20th cen-
tury mathematics Meyer Levin is continuing his battle to remove
his name from an invisible blacklist from Kefar Shemaryahu in Israel.
Unfortunately, too many Jews in the communications field refuse to
intervene in his behalf, although the latest Gallup Poll shows that com-
mon sense alone is defeating Birchites.
Gorshon Miller's B'nai B'rith luncheon at Lincoln Lane and Jack
Fishmon's Wednesday Zionist get-together at the Ritz Plaza are weekly
Sell-outs, further indications that this is Miami Beach's biggest season
since 1957. if not in history. If the good weather here continues, and
the nation's prosperity doesn't let up, look for deflated real estate
values on the resort island to move up rapidly.
RABBI MORDECAI KMCHBLUM
. See The Courier'
Conservatives in
One-Day Seminar
Plans for an annual one day sem-
inar for South Florida congrega-
tions to be held Sunday. 10 a.m.,
at the Carillon hotel, have been
completed with formal registra-
tion to take place at the hotel.
Over 100 delegates from affili
ated congregations will gather to
discuss some of the crucial items
on the agenda of the American
Jewish community.
After hearing an analysis of
"The Role of the Seminary and
the Conservative Movement in
American Jewish Life" by Dr.
Bernard Mandelbaum. participants
will be treated to a panel discus-
sion on "Ways to Make Adult Jew-
ish Education More Effective in
Our Sj nagogues."
e Irving Cypen, regional
president, will greet delegates on
behall of the region. Visitors ore
expected from as far north as St.
Petersburg and Jacksonville, Fla.
Brotherhood Fete
At Beth Shiran
Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood
meeting next Thursday evening at
Simniland Hall will commemorate
Brotherhood Week.
Guest speakers will be Rev. D. J.
Mehras, of Aghia St. Sophia Greek
Orthodox Church, and Rabbi Mor-
ris A. Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah.
Public school principals and
teachers and the general public
have been invited.
Chai Chapter
Holds Program
Chai chapter. B'nui B'rith Worn
en. met Tuesday evening at the
Deauville hotel.
The Anti-Defamation League pre-
sented a program on "A Practical
Way to Learn About Brotherhood."
with Intergroup Youth Council par-
ticipating. Chairmen are Mrs.
Ruth Corey and Mrs. Myrna
Greenblat.
Chapter president is Mrs. Oscar
Rosenthal.
Judge Goldman
Seeks to Succeed
Self on Bench
Judge Phillip Goldman an-
nounced this week that he will seek
reelection as Judge of the Circuit
Court for the 11th Judicial Circuit.
He was appointed to the Circuit
Court by Got. LeRoy Collins in
I960.
The Miami-born Judge, a Uni-
versity of Florida graduate, served
with the Attorney General's office
from 1!I49 to I960, and was Assist-
ant Attorney General in charge of
South Florida Ironi 1956 to 1960.
judge Goldman is the grand-
son of Louis Fine, one of Miami's
early settlers, who emigrated
from Key West and was one of
the founders of Beth David Syn-
agogue. Judge Goldman's par-
ents, Mr. and Ms. Nathan Gold-
man, presently reside in Ocala.
"During his tenure in the Circuit
Court, the 41-year-old Judge has
achieved a remarkable record in
disposing of over 1.000 cases with-
out ever having been reversed,"
bis supporters declare.
Judge Goldman said that "1 am
in the fortunate position of having
served in the capacity for which I
am seeking reelection. Therefore,
my campaign will rely on my rec-
ord on the Bench ot the Circuit
Court."
Judge Goldman received his ele-
mentary and junior high school
education in Da.ie county, and
graduated from high school in
Ocala, He was an honor graduate
ot the University of Florida, took
graduate study at Ohio State Uni-
versity, and earned his law degree
at Harvard Law School.
Judge Goldman was recently
designated by the Supreme Court
of Florida to sit as Associate Judge
of the District Court of Appeal,
where he served last Friday.
Judge Goldman has served the
i Florida Bar Assn. as a member of
the Grievance Committee lor three
years. Committee on Legal Edu-
cation and Admission to ihe Bar
for four years, and the Courts Com-
mittee for two year-
He is also a member of the
Dad* County Bar Assn., Ameri-
can Bar Assn., Harvard Law
School Assn., and University of
Florida Alumni Assn.
He was president of Key Bis-
cayne Civic Assn. in 1956-57. and is
] a charter member of the Key Bis-
| cayne Kiwanis Club.
Married to the former Sue Sear-
Lcy, of Tallahassee. Judge Gold-
man, his wife, and four children re-
side on Key Biscayne. He is a mem-
ber of Beth David Synagogue.
JUDGE GOLDMAN
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Saturday night. Mar. 10. at the
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"Students who have completed
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ment." Rabbi Gro>s -aid. School
sessions will be held .Monday
through Friday.
The Hebrew studies program
Drill include Bible. Mishna and Tal-
mud. Jewish culture. Jewish his-
tory, Hebrew language and litera-
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Chumash and Prophets with com-
mentaries.
The entrance requirements, ac-
cording to Rabbi Gross, are rec-
ommendations by the rabbi or
principal of Hebrew school, pas-
sing a qualifying entrance exam-
ination, high scholastic achieve-
ment in public s. ool studies, and
personal interview with principal
and school psyche ogist.
The general studi s program will
follow the ciirricul n of the Dade
( OUOt] Hoard of P. :>llc Instruction
I will include F! iglish, science.
math, social st lies, physical
. training, art, music and speech.
"Initiation of I'jo program is the
result oi many eiuests made by-
students who di '. not have the op-
portunity to en .11 in the Hebrew
I Academy durii.^ their elementary
'schooling," Rabbi Gross said.,
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MIZRACHI HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI
of
GREATER MIAMI
Guest Speaker
Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum
President, Religious Zionists of America
Chairman of Religious Affairs Jewish Agency
SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1962
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JFCS Membership
To Meet Here
\n overall view of agency serv-
iU hi rhlighl \\\:' program a-
li K :i m i I y and Cl Idre i'i
5 Is a meeting for its
300 members at the Du-
; /., noW "i>n Wedi
ning. Feb. 28.
A panel composed i members
;, | oard i ; dacctoi and I ifl
describe Ine w irk i i
, ncy's \ ai ious di
. icst ions p
.....i i. audii m e.
i ihi i'i pre
Vl i i assel, mi mber of the
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provide Ihc introduction
program.
Jewish Fa mils n Child
: [ the Unitcd
, : Dade < ind ol the
i r Miami Jewish Fedcrati in.
Youth to Speck
At Beth E!
Steven Mackauf will speak on "A
Teen-Ager Looks al Brotherhood"
rii services Friday evening at
< ongregation Beth El.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mack-
tuf, and grandson witz, honorary life president ol
the congregation. Steven is a sen-
ior al Miami Beach High, and has
won many awards in oratory and
debating.
No. Miami Mayor Thomas Sasso (riqht) conqratulates Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assn. president. Joseph M. Lipton
(center), and No. Miami Branch manager, Edward Fahringer,
on the occasion of the third anniversary of Dade Federal's
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log under the sponsorship of the
Brandeis University Club of Great-
er Miami. Dr. Stanley Frehling is
president.
A Brandeis University associate
professor of polities. Dr. Sacks has
served as a consultant on Indochina
: r Government agencies and the
MIT Center for International Stu-
dies.
He also spent 14 months in
France as a Social Science Re-
search Council Area Fellow stu-
dying Vietnamese materials at
the Bibliotheque Naiionale, as
well as interviewing French and
Vietnamese nationals active in
Indochinese politics.
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Founder Honored
Over 300 gui ded a testi-
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Sisterhood pr< si dent. Spiritual
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Chairman of the affair was Ji s-
eph Pardo, and members of the
committee included Frank Penso,
Leon Lazar. David Arditte, Joseph
Nathan. Isaac Sayan and Jack
Haimowitz.
Guain. a resident with his wife
of Miami Beach since 1933, was
honored for his "untiring efforts
and tin' paramount role he played
in the building of the Center "
The Guains have one so.:.
Beth David
Slates Review
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
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a.m., Wednesday, at Spector Hall.
Mrs. Arthur Pekeloer will review
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: Roth.
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Friday, February 23. 1962
Yavneh Group Meets Sunday
First meeting of a new college
student group. Yavneh. was held
at David Rosner's Sterling hotel
on Sunday evening. Miss Rivkah
Teitz, of Barnard College, first
vice president of National Yavneh.
described the history and activi-
ties of Yavneh to a planning com
nvttee of seven students from the
University of Miami.
First meeting of Yavneh on the
campus will be held Sunday night
Variety Confab
Includes Tour
Variety Clubs will hold their 35th
international convention in Dublin,
Ireland, from Ma> 14 to 19.
Albert Hirsch, of Miami, chair-
man of the convention, said thai
the program will include a special
18-day European tour for St>47. De-
parture is from New York on May
13 by Air France, Hirsch said.
Itinerary will include four days
Jn Dublin for the \ ariety com i-
lion, and then two days in L< n
don, two in Paris, three in Lucen
two in Venice, two in Fl rence and
three days in R
Further informat:on is available
at the Variety Club in the Biscayne
Terrace hotel. Miami.
7:30 p.m., at Hillel House on the
University of Miami campus. The
! program for the evening includes
' 'lection of otticers. a descriptioi
! .f the Yavneh program at Miami
| for this term, and a symposium
"New Frontiers in American Ju
laism."
Yavneh is the nat'onal associ
ition of religious Jewish student1
t was founded in February. 196
iy a group of students at Barnan
,nd Columbia.
The University of Miami chap
er will constitute the 23rd Yavneh
George Goldring, Sidney Shapiro.
Seymour Spolter. and Nathaniel
Zemel, all class of '63. are plan-
ning the first meeting.
'J.S. Team Runs Ahead
Alex an,I Reto, the United States
earn, continue to pave ttie Inter
lational World S.-rii- ol Jai-A'a
is it hi a Is into the final week o
play at the Dania Pa'ac Ondr.rra
,md Aldecoa, representing the Ba
que region, hang on in second
place, but it will take a i on< er i
drive by any of the tea ..- to catch
the leaders, who pled up a bi;
point a \\ antaj e bj w inr \ng two ol
the first five games.
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WONDERFUL WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT: Mitzi tJaynor
loses her magnificent 10-day engagement at the Deauville Casanova
oom on Sunday night. All the advance ballvhco was an understate-
nent. The lovely multi-talented star is even better in person than her
ire-opening publicity indicated. In this show biz era of exaggeration,
t is a rarity when a star lives up to her press agent's paeans so you
an imagine what an act .Miss Gaynor is presenting to her bedazzled
uiriicnces at the Deauville. Usually, an appearance of a feminine
novie star on a night club stage stresses her glamor and underplays
icr "live" talent for obvious reasons it just Isn't there.
I would say Mitii Gayr.or's abundance of na'ural talent is given
greater advantage on a night club stage than on a movie screen,
because her best assets, dancing, singing and comedy, plus her .-race-
ful figure with its flair for displaying costumes, are concentrated in
a little more than an hour, without time consuming waste of super-
fluous dialogue or film footage. Highlight of her act is "Hollywood
Caval:ade," where she makes her captivating and fascinating way
through four eras of film-making.
Rosemary CIconey's family troubles, her separation and pending
livorce from actor-director Jose Ferrer, haven'i detracted from her
oral magic, which is on display this week at the Cafe Cristal of the
Diplomat. Miss Clooney's striking figure is magnificently gowned,
ind her widely-heard voice, on records and TV especially, comes
hrough as engaging and ear-pleasing as ever. Bobby Ramsen. a young
omic with loads of original material, is co-featured in the show, along
with an old friend, harmonica wizard. Stan Fisher. Stan, by the way.
:ot his professional start while stationed with the Air Force when it
was in training in Miami Beach.
Nat King Cole, whose soft and ever-relaxing warblings have made
him one of the all-time great recording stars, with millions of his discs
selling around the world, returns for anotner of his spellbinding ses-
sions at the Eden Roc Pompeii room tonight. Assisting him is the dance
team of Brascia and Tybee.
* -n
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: How busy is the Greater Miami area
right now? Well, just try to get reservations "out" for Mar. 1 through
3 on plane, train or bus. They were worried about the overbuilding of
hotels and motels. This week they could have used a few thousand
more rooms to take care of the overflow. Evidently, our touring fellow-
Americans have rediscovered our superb resort. They had to travel
far and wide to realize that the very best buy is right here, just an
hour, two or three away from the coldest spots up north. Thank good-
ness our famed weather lived up to expectations with all the thous-
ands on hand to find out if it's true what they say about Miami Beach
sun tans in the middle of the winter.
Carol Channing. the "blonde gentlemen prefer." makes a two-night
stand at the Dade Coutny Auditorium on Mar. 9 and the following day
at Miami Beach Auditorium. It's the first presentation to be staged
here by William K. Steiner, who has set up convert booking offices
here.
* *
FOR THE MOVIEGOERS: [n addition to the worthy holdover re
served seat hits, "El Cid." Marring Charlton Hesten and. Sophia I
at the Roosevelt: "West Side Stor> Natalii v
Sheridan: and "Windjammer," the Cinei ilar al thi I
ida, the first-run houses an cran med n fan thi
"Satan Never Sleeps,'' starring William Holder), in the Pearl
Buck story, enacting a priest in China, sided by abl? France Nuyen,
and Clifton Webb. In CinemaScope and color, it's diverting screen
fans at Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres.
"Lover Come Hack." th. farci lil highlighting a: Iverti
agency, .-tarring Rock Hudson. Hens Daj Edie Adams and 'I
Randall, remains on '.he screens of the Olympia. Beach, Gables
Shores.
Now playing at popular Drices, continuous showing policy at the
Lincoln. "Judgment at Nuremberg." has a huge all-star cast, headed
by Spencer Tracy.
Magna Pictures "Black Tights."' the magical international award-
winning dance-musical, will have its Southern premiere, and its second
engagement in the entire L'nitcd States, at the Colony Theatre on Lin-
coln Road Mall. The richest assembly of dancing talent in all the
years of motion pictures have been gathered for "Black Tights." the
breathtaking Paris filmed motion picture in wall-to-wall and ceiling-to-
floor Technirama and Technicolor, says Harry Botwick. of Florida
Stale Theatres.
* *
SOME QUICK COMMENT: Berkowitz Lombardy hotel. Miami
Beach's first hotel to hold the u designate of the Union of Orthodox
Congregations, is currently enjoying its second season of successful
operation. Under the direction of the Berkowitz family, the resort
offers many vacation facilities, and assures its guests strictest dietary
supervision.
Supervision of all dietary affairs is under the expert direction of
Rabbi Weinschneider. who resides on the premises, and is available for
decisions on all religious matters. Guests of the Lombardy dine on
the unique Berkowitz dining plan, which provides both continental and
full course breakfasts, complimentary refreshments served poolside
each afternoon, full course deluxe dinner, and complimentary tea
time, complete with home made cake and cookies each evening before
retiring.
Organist Dick Belts, entertaining nightly at the Miami Springs
Villas, has a button on his console so secret that even the CIA does
not know about it. Dick has a Chamberlin electronic device on the
organ which, when the right button is punched, gives out with all
kinds of strange and wonderful sounds. Done with pre-recorded tapes,
and includes such things as trains, storms, animal noises, also con-
ventional instruments.
Turn-away crowds at Murray Franklin's are still the best endorse
ments of his traditional fun format. The current crop of laugh pro-
ducers are headed by Vic Perry, the amazing "King of Thieves," Kay
Carole, the mistress of the calculating "insult," and her Yiddish-spout-
:ing dummy, Tommy, the comedy of Freddy Ross, the hilarious new
"Blackouts." paced by veteran Frankie Hyers and Charles "Ducky"
Callas, and the singing team of Cookie and Don.
Tag Day Figures
Released Here
Results Of the January fund-rais-
: ing Tag Days for National Child-
ren's Cardiac Hospital have been
announced by Leo Robinson, presi-
dent of the board of governors ot
the institution.^, tl t
The three-day solicitation spon-
sored by the South Florida wom-
en's chapters on Jan. 12 to 14 pro-
| duced gross receipts of $32,436.70.
"With the new $2,500,000 facilities
tor National Children's Cardiai
Hospital under construction in the
Medical Center." Robinson said
] "continuing efforts will be made to
raise the urgently-needed tjnds lor
] the fight apainst rheumatic heart
. disease in children."
Faculty Tea
At Emartu-EI
Temple Emanu-El PTA ill \
der a "Meet '.h< Faculty" a Sun-
day, from 3 to 5 p.m.. at the Tem-
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and Dickens ; v
Dr. Irving Lehrman b i i thi
teaching s t a f i of the r iligious
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Mrs. Elliot K;.rr:s is PT \ presi-
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Southwest Center Sisterhood
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Wednesday at the Center.
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Educators Council meets to formulate plans foi
promoting information about Jewish National
r'und in the religious schools of Greater Miami.
Sealer, (left to riqhO are Louis Schwartzman,
executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education;
Abraham Gittle=on, education director of Beth
Torah Congregation; Herbert Harrari, Temple
Sina; Hollywood; Herbert Berger, assistant di-
rector, Bureau of Jewish Education. Standing
(left to right) are Dr. Nathaniel Sorcfi, consul-
tant to the Bureau of Jewish Education; Meyer
Sombeig. educaticn direclor. Temple Ner
Tamid; Benjamin Udoff. Temple Ernanu-E!;
Herzl Honor. Temple Menorah; and Saul Ra-
bin, Beth David Congregation.
As a Qpft to suc.jribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free
for re asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah.
Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box
2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name
of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony,
home address and telephone number. The corsage will be
forwarded.to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time
for the occasion.
: ~ -'
Manuel Mendel
Suturelay! morning services Feb.
24, will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Manuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mendel. \wth Rabbi Alfred Wax-
an officiating.
Manuel i*-an eighih grade stu-
lent at South Miami Junior Hie.h
and plans to Continue his studies
i-i the-. jfjemple's confirmation
His parents "ill host the Kid-
-h !c wing tli-.' ceremony.
Drew Malamud
Drew Jeffrey Malamud will be
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
l b 24. al Temp!" Beth Sholom.
bi Leon Krunish will officiate.
- ; of Mr. and Mrs Harold Mala-
9524 Carlyle ave the Bar
'.. zvah .- a student of confirma-
clasi :i7_:;

Eonnie Hoffman
Mitzvah of Bonnie Hoffman
uill b< observed Fri I iy evening.
23 at Temple Menorah, with
''in Mayer Abramowitz officiat-
onnii is a student al Nautilus
NEW POLICY
Beginning with February 1,
'here is a service charge lor
all Bar Mitzvah photographs
appearing in The Jewish
Floridian.
Announcements of Bar
Mitzvah celebrations will
continue to be published
gratis as before. The ser-
vice charge is for photo-
graphs only.
Further information is
available from The Jewish
Floridian business office,
FR 3-4605.
Geoffrey Maingort Norman Solomon
Nancy Laiarus
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Junior High and the Temple's reli-
gious school.
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ri Hoffman, will honor her at a
coke party Saturday evening in
their home. 9898 Broadview ter..
Miami Beach.
Roy Weinkle
Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will
Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Roy
Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs Aaron
Weinkle. during services Saturday
morning. Feb. 24. at Beth David.
Roy is an eighth grade student at
I Ransom School.

Geoffrey Maingart
Dr. Irving Lehrman will offici-
ate at the Bar Mitzvah of Geoffrey,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Main-
gart, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Birnback, on Saturday morn-
ing. Feb. 24.
Geoffrey attends Ida M. Fisher
Junior High, where he is in the
orchestra. He is a member of the
Miami Beach Youth Symphony.
Marilyn, his sister, will be joined
by other members of the family at
a luncheon at the Shelborne hotel
held in his honor.
The Weinkles will host the Oneg
Shabbat following Friday evening
services and '.he Kiddush Saturday
morn in;
Norman Solomon
Norman Solomon will observe
his Bar Mitzvah during services
Saturday morning. Feb. 21. at Beth
Israel Congregation, with Rabbi H.
Louis Rottman officiating.
A student at the Hebrew Acade-
my, Norman is active in all athlet-
ics.
His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Solomon, 3055 N. Bay rd., will host
he Kiddush following the cere-
mony, and a reception at the Royal
Hungarian restaurant in the even-
ing.
* *
Peter Cohen
Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Cohen, and grandson of Mrs. Jen-
nie Cohen and Ellas Liehtenstein.
will become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day, Feb. 24. at Temple Enianti-
El. Dr. Irving Lehrman Will olfici-
ate.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student al Nautilus Junior Hig!*.
and his Lobbies are electronic- and
building
Kiddush will be held In Sirkin
Hall following the services, and
a reception in the Empire room at
lhe K len Roc will be held In the
evening.
Nancy Lazarus
Bas Mitzvah of Nancy Lazarus,
1630 SW 13th ave., il De ce
. d al Beth David on Friday < en
ing, Feb 23, with Rabbi Norman
. Shapiro officiating.
Daughter of Mrs. Hilda Lazarus
and Murray Lazarus. Nancy is an
honor roll student in Ihe eighth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High.
u here she is in t li e special ad-
vanced mathematics class, She is
s member of L'SY and Future
l'(achers.
Her mother is presenting her
with a trip to Israel next summer
m honor of the occasion.
Special Educators
Council Forming
Leon ,1 EM. president 01 the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, and Sol Goldman,
former president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education and vice presi-
dent of the .INF Council, announced
this week the formation of an Edu-
cators Council to promote JNF ac-
tivities in local religious schools.
Louis Schwartzman. executive' di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, Herbert Berger, assistant
director, and Dr. Nathaniel SorOff,
consultant to the Bureau, have1
pledged full cooperation of the Bu-
reau "to stimulate a greater aware
' ess of Jewish National Fund an I
its vital program in the upbuilding
Of the State of Israel."
Educator- Council is comprised
i I the following educational direc-
tors here
Herbert Bloom. Temple Belli Sho-
lom; Abraham Gittleson. Beth
Torah Congregation; Herbert Har-
rari, Temple Sinai of Hollywood;
Herzl Honor, Temple Menorah;
Saul Rabin, Beth David; Bruce |
Richman, Temple Beth Sholcm,
Hollywood; Ellis Robbins. Temple
Judea; Meyer Somberg, Temple
Ner Tamid; and Benjamin Udoff,;
Temple Emanu-El.
Members of the JNF Educators
Council assured Ell and Goldman
that 'every effort will be exerted
to disseminate information regard-
ing Jewish National Fund and its
work in our respective schools."
LEGAL NOTICE
. 'Mad Hatter' Luncheon
Annual "Mad Hatter" luncheon
of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
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., n ,.ti I rot I >a i 'ount> I
:;. upon the fol Ing
. crll > 1 : 1 Work I II' i.V B8TEAI1 LAKE
I'AltK HOMES, according i.i the
plal thereof, recorded In Plal Book
..: :,: r,. -. ..I the Public Records
ol i iade 'ounty, Flot Ida,
you i ri 'i ilred to file your in-
twer i" p'alntlff's complaint iiii the
:.-ik of I .' a -aid Court, and
r\ a copy thereof up.mi i>!:i
Uorney, Henry li Arrlngton, 1034
\'.\\' Third Ivenue, Miami ::;. Flor-
la. ii.ii later than Mnrch 26, i I6S,
,i a Decree Pro Confessu will I.....n-
.-.i against you,
Dated: February 21, 1962.
K. B. I.KATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
is. all I'.v K M I Y.MAN
Deputy Clerk
"\i!V II \ Kl.MST) N
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
n::i x w Third Avenue
Miami ,;. Morida
: 83, :: 2-9-16
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
w,ll".^"held Tuesday noon at the eleventh m^"''
Coral Gables Masonic Temple. county, in chancery,
No. 61C 13451
SABE VAI ENTE,
Plaintiff.
\ a,
MILDRED REGINA POWELL
I'ALKXTK.
11 ifendnnt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: MILDRED REGINA
l'< iW'Kl.l. VALEXTE
! Box 1II, Whlti Ho is.
.1 ickaont Hie, Plorl In
\"l If, MILDREII REOIX \ P' ''-
VI.I. VAI ENTE. P.o Box ill. u nil. -
' louse. Jac';son\ Hie. ire re-
Itilred to fill i.....nsw< r ... the
la ill I (......:. with th C
i 'oui t. and serve i i i py
m ': no P. Ni
:..... '"!: i" .n : ess lildK.. 111
I An e, Miami. I
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will 1.....ken
Dated this :li da] I I
!962.
K B I EATHERMAX. t"I
nurt. I>ade Coui
' II .AXWAY,
Depul

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 53941 -C
IN RE I Istati ol
ETHEI. 1 I'TY
Dece ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I "redltoi ind All Pi I sons I'.v
..u i all .i I 'einands Against Said
i-:-i.i ii
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IN a.NO =OR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54919-C
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I sed
MOTICE TO CREDITORS
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ml p.. ml t'-.iit ol thi
Young Adults
Plan Show
Young Adult Friends of Israel
will present a variety show star-
ring their own members in a series
of acts depicting the era cf the
20s.
Coordinating the show is Stuart
Miller, vice president of the Younij
Adult Zionist District. Alvin Schiff
is director.
The show, which is open to the
public, will take place on Sunday
evening, 8:30 p.m.. at the Nor-
mandy Isle Branch of the Wash-
i ington Federal Savings and Loan
I Assn. In addition to humor, pan-
! tomime, dancing, a barber shop
quartet, a chorus line, and drama-
tic acts, there will also be duets
j featuring Beebe Zilber, .Morton
i Cohen and Alvin Schiff.
Included in the cast are Don
Kaplan, Paul Raymond. Kochelle
Schrold, Marilyn Schwimmer, Ed
I Landy. Charles Bloom. Ernie Soto-
: men, Sandy I'assorola. Stuart M'l-
ler, Bobbie Benjamin and Bob
.Rapaport.
' All P. "'tis II
njj i" alms Demands: Agninat Said r Mitrch. !!<-. during the lemiI h uira
i: fore-
, ereb.i notified anil re- :i .,,,, .,: | | ifternooi t
: i in I \ w iith A inn Miami, f lor-
i v h iu ma ha mninst mien
Ml- RED 1'lN' 'N di al, to the hi: In l liiddei for i -li
eased Inti if Du.li I n'ltla .... ad Ihe nb |>i opi rt. .
iuiiI I Idgi s of Dale Cn is the pro| i Mai
: lie lii ii" In dui i ate n d Itav Drlvi Miami Hi
: avldeil In Si tloii 733.16, Florb'a Dated nl Miami, l-'l rlda, Mn- 2ilth
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.-.- in Pade t'nunly, tun ACE-R.R VAN LINES. INC
v ill ii -in cab n lur months froii .::_'
tin lime of the tit -1 publlcnl on here-_________________________________________
of or the e im ill be bai
Dated al Miami, Florida, thU 20th
i ij ol 1-. bruary, A I'
i MAR HE l>l.\i 'X
As Administratrix
I. N Mi IRRIfc
Ait.ii n. for Administratrix
mi Ingraham i'.l.u
:: 2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that
NOTICE DY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA :N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1725
I. ItSE BEN1TI UAI.ERA
I'.iiiiliff. '_
ARSENIA FIDELIXA QALERA
I lefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
the undersUned, deslrlna to engage ... TO ARSENIA PIPELINA GALERA
business under the fictitious name ol Santa Emilia #29
REAL-ART si'l' I >li'.-' al 2211 N.W Hauta. Habana, Cuba
3stli A\.-. Miami. Fla., Intends to You are hereby notified that a R
^"Vorce li:i> been
register said name n-lth tlu Clerk of
Florida
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
BCl'l ii I'RE AIM'S. INC,
ii Fla Corp.)
Sole iwner
BEIOEL. TEITELMAN. ALBERT
Attoi-n. > for Applicant
14S2 \^ l Ingler St.
2 2S, 3 1-4-16
ill
f Complaint for Dh
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve copy, of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill "f Com-
plaint mi the plaintiff's Attorney,
Manuel Zalac, 11"^ Congress Build-
ii4. Miami. Florida, and file ill. orig-
inal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the t'.rk ..r the Circuit Court "ti
.r before the -'itb day of March, 1962
if you fall t" do so, Judgment bj de-
fault will be taken against you for
the n lief demanded in the r.di of
NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE l.~ HEREBY GIVEN thai 'omplalnt.
the undersigned, desiring to engnve n This notice srall be published
business under the fictitious name .:' 'ach week '-i four consecutive wei --
I'HK si'MMIT at 1949 Collins Avenue, In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I Miami Beach, Florida Intend to reg-
ister .-iid name itb the Clerk of tin
Circuit Court of \'.i'\r County, Floi
Ida
OH BERT SUNS
VLAN '' SENS
IRWIN BAKER
ARONOV1TZ, SILVER .\- SCHER
Attornej for Tin- Summit
; f, Mnsle> Building
Miami. Fiori l i
.' 2
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
i tiiis ir.tii .ia> of February.
v lv 1962,
I r. I EATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
iseal) By: M CAVALARIS
Deputj Clerk
MAM'KI. EA1AC
IOC .' mgi -- I'.ldg.
1 Miami. Florida
Attorne) fur Plaintiff .
2 .'3. 5'.


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fjf^wisti Ffrridltor
Friday. February 23, 1962
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL Nf>TirF
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE U.NDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N jTICE is III- I: i. i s ,i v ,N thai
th< under- -'.- 'I. eslring ti
b i ii v I: I > i \\ HOME SI UNTEN \NVI-.
20 N W i >th '., M am Hn
Int. nds I- register nald name iih
0 Clei k ..f the Circuit Com i "I I ttdi
C" intj I
ATED: Februar) -'. 1982.
MILTON KING
M|\ Hi I .KR
Attoi nej ft Applli nl
s. Lincoln Rd Mlar Fla.
2 9-16-23, 3 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th. undersigned, desiring to engage In
bus ness .in th. fl tltlous name id
1 ., .R1DA I HAIR CO., at 240(1 N W
75th Street, Ml iml i- la Intend!
register said name with the Clerk ol
Circuit Court of Dade C.....ity,
Ida
COMFORT CRAFT IN'
(a Fla Cory >
- l)u iler
IN THE ClRCU i -
E.L'-'VFNTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF
clORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1600
ISH \i:i. Iti iSENBI. \i ..
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K> t SI IINAK KR Rl iSENBI. \'l"l".
l '. : ,ii,i..ill
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T.....ORA SERNAKKR
ROSENBLATT.
Elkins I'ai k Hi
Elktns Park I". Pa.
VOL' ARE HEREBY V ITIFIED that
,-. ,,plain: ror U votfe has been
,i Ka nsl you, anil you are n
in ii 'I to .- r\e U ip) -' "' A"

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NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
PIOE l> HEREBY GIVEN "
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WH CLCR PATIO at Dcean
K, i-.-.i in M ii I Florl
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|t> i: I! LAXWAY,
Ivimtj '
. a HITMAN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 360 (EATON)
JAMES A. WEI.KER, JR..
Plaintiff,
SARAH JANE WET.KKR.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T' SARAH JANE WEI.KKU
Residence Unknown
Tou, SARAH JANE WE1.KER. are
hereby notified that n Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce haa been file.)
tga nat you and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
!)>,- Plaintiff's attorney. F. E. Oott-
hardl of Ootthardt Christie a.- Shep-
, ,l. 400 Alnsle) Building. Miami 32,
Florida, and file the original Answer
oi Pleading in the office of the Clerk
the Circuit Court on or before the
12th day of March, 1962, If you fall
to do so, Judgement by default will
>,- taken against you for th.- relief
.1--nanded in the Bill of Complaint,
This notice shall be published on<
each week for four consecutive weeks
ir. THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, thi* 2nd day of February,
A Ii 196*.
E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida
(seal) By M, CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
F. E. Ootthardt of Ootthardt,
Christie Shepard
|i Ainslev Building
Miami 32, Fla FR 2M
-ii. > for Plaintiff
2 :-16-23, I 2
^^_________________________________________________________________________________ i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1272
WALTER i" DELOADO,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO,
Defendant.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tn; BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO
Residence Cnknown.
You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce haa been filed again*! yoa
in the above styled court, and you
are required to serve s copy of your
Answer or pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
OEORGB N MacDONBLL, "i'H Bis-
cayne Building, Miami. Florida, and
file the original of the sum- In the
offloa of the Clerk "f the Circuit
Court on or before the 1-th da] "'
March, 1962.
If you fall t,. do so. Judgment bj
default will be taken against you for
or
of
be
demanded
Hie Bill of
at
r.tii
Miami.
das of
the r.-li.-t
Complaint.
DONE AND i IR1 ERED,
I '.ol County. Florida, this
i- bruary, a i i 1962
E, B LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit i 'ourl
(seal) Bj K M i.yman.
l leputy Clerk
2 9-16-23, :: 2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1205
MARTHA INEZ m IMEZ,
Plaintiff,
ANTl 'Nil i I :i iMEZ,
I >efi ml.mt
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: AN'I'i INIII Ql iMEZ
Y.,u. anti iNIO Ql IMEZ, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has i.....n fllqd againat
you, and required to serve s
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ALVIN N\ WEIN8TEIN,
Mill Blscayne Bldg., Miami 32, Flor-
ida and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the off!. of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before Hie 12th
day of March. 1962. If you fail to
do ao, judgment by default will in-
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bin of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of February.
A.D. 4962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: M CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
2/9-16-23, 3/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage Ir
1, min, H .,:, lei the fl III ous name ..
B .v R LOI NOE at !'" W Flaalet
s.....t intend i.....glster said nami
with the Clerk "f the Cln uit Court of
l iad. Count). Floi Idn,
LEROY R. HESL1N
WILLIAM M. DUNN, JR.
KESKLER ft GARS
Attorneys for Applicants
199S S.W 1st Street
2 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 62C 1311
JAMES W HOL8TON,
Plaintiff,
LUCILLE* HOLSTON,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tl i LUCILLE Hi iLSTt IN
Residence Cnknown
YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has
i.....n filed against you, and vor ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a
cop) "f your Answer to the Bill of
Complain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
BEN ESSEN, ESQ., HH4 Beybold
Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original answer In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on
before March 12th, 1962, in default
which the Bill of Complaint will
taken as confessed against you.
Dated: February 6th, 1962.
i: B LE kTHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: K, M. i.vman.
Deputy clerk
_______ 2 9-16-23. 3
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 816
Rl >SE FINKELSTEIN,
Plaintiff,
SOL FINKELSTEIN,
I lefendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti l: S( IL FINK ELSTEIN
c .. R Hotom Its
l".ii-H.", BSUi Avenue
Jamaica 32, New York
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Hill of Complain! for Divorce has
been filed against you, and TOU ARE
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a oopj
,.i your Answer to the Bill of Com-1
plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
BEN ESSEN, ESQ., lull Beybold
Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file
the original answer In the office of
the Clerk of the circuit Court on or
before February 28th, 1962, in default
of which the Bill of Complain! will be
taken as confessed against you.
I >ATEI I: .1 inuary 24th, 1962
E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(si ill By: K. M. i.vman.
l leputy 'i.-rk
__________ 1 -'. 2 -2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 54500-C
IN RE: Estate of
WILLIAM B MILLER,
I leoeaseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims "i Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
thi tate of William B Miller, de-
. ..,.-. .1 hn.- ,,f l lade i 'ountj. I- loi Ida,
to the County Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in theh ofl In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the inn.- of the first publication here-
I lie same \\ ill lie Ii.in ill
Doted ;it Miami, Florida, this r.tli
dtt) of Februai y A.D 1962.
BLANCHENEUBARDT
As Execuli -x
First publicalIon of this noli.....n
the :m|i .1 i\ of Febi uan. 1962,
II VRRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Executrix
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
j :i-ii;--':'.. :; :'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name <.f
NATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND MA-
CHINERY at 7537 N W 2Tth Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intends to reglstei
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
"We begin our COMPLETE services on page 50 ..
omit the Hebrew on pages 51 $ to 56------then
skip to the middle of page 64."
Cor. IMI, 0oyu fOd:t
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring I i ngage In
business under the fictitious name ,._:
HOLLANDER COMPANY at
10th
sal. I
cult
Street. Miami intend to registel
name with the Clerk of thi Clr-
Court of D oh- Count) Floi Id I
KCTH HOLLANDER
SAMUEL HOLLANDER
MILTON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
KlmWi lWK l 33, 3 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1768
JUDY GAIL RYDER,
Plaintiff,
l- RANK DECATUR RYDER,
I i.femlant.
Notice by publication
you frank decatur ryder,
524 tampa street, orlando.
FLA., ire notified to serve a cop) of
your answer to Divorce Complaint
filed against you on Plaintiffs ; notice under
fictitious name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the undersigned, d< sii Ins to engagi In
business under the fl i
W M.ci l-SOUTHERN SPORTBWEAR
,-,, ,,| _'.r. N.W, -"-111 Street. Miami.
hlorldn Intends to register said name
iih the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of
i .,.,, i 'ountj. Florida
OSCAR W M.I'MAN
Sole (iwner
2/16 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 120*
WALTER scmTT kEN/i-TTT and
-cTEI'HANIA HELEN !:i:N/.ETri.
his If*,
Stiffs,
DOUGLAS J, KENT ami MINA E.
KENT, ins wife,
11, l.-mlants
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I-, i i .1 id SLAS I K BNT
M1N A K K ENT, his lf
Residence Unknown
you an l each you ire
n, ,ified that a Complaint 1
, ,. ,, the following
v Ibeil oroneri y. to-w
,'.; ',' ,:;...., 2 CAMN ER TER-
II v |.-. ,, ordlng i" the Plat
of recorded In Plat Book LI
i he Records ol
I iadi County. Hori
--
.....yi
,., |M. .ding ." tl .''. I>ali
on I'lnlntlffs attorneys, t.OLI'MAN,
HOLDSTEIN I'ACZIER, 230 Wi
I I ,._, street, Miami, hlorida, on i>r
. ,|. |2th da) of March, 162 II
..,11 to do so. a ii------- pro con-
... ls in be filed against \"'i nu the
,,.ii,f demanded In the Complaint.
DATED on tlii~ 2nd da) of 1-eb-
ruarv 1962
K B LEATHERM \N. Cl.rk
(geal) B) M CAVALARIS,
Deputy Clerk
2/9-16-23.2.*
1
r",
,1...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
CITY UNIFORM & SHOP TOWEL
RENTAL SERVICE at numbe" .'.'
.-. W Till Street in the Clt) "f Miami
Florida intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the l Iri '
Court "f Dade Count}-. Florida. _
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Utti
day of February, 1962.
NEW FRENCH BENZOL
CLEANERS A LAUNDRY. INC
ARONOVITZ, BILVBR A SCHER
Attorneys for Applicant
607 Alnsley Building
Miami 32, Florid. f ^ ,.,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
s ,v s FABRICS at 1361 North Mi.mo
Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to
register -;ii'l name with the Clerk of
the Circuit court of Dade County-
Florida
FOURTEENTH STREET
FABRIC BAZAAR. INC
WELI.Is'.-H & Di lUGHER I V
Attorneys for l ourteenth
Street Fabric Baiaar, mi
2 23,
tornej GEORGE NICHOLAS. 121H
NW 7 St.. Miami. Fla., and file orig-
inal with Clerk of this Court on or
before Ihe 29th da) "f March. 1962,
otherwise complaint "ill !" confessed
b) you
DATED February 19, 1962.
E. B, I.ICATHEU.MAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade CotlSjty. Florida
- ftv: N A IIHWETT
Deputy Clerk
l' 2S, :( 2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1774
CLINTON F WKLI.S.
Plaintiff.
LORA N. WELLS.
I lefen.Ul.t
sui r FOR DIVORCE
TO: LORA N WELU-*
Robel ts Hotel, 134 No. Baum St.
Saglnaw. M Ichlgan
i. i. ra N. W'efis, ire hereby
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1309
MARTHA J MINOR,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES C MINOR.
Defendant. .___
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: J IMESC MINOR
16 N. Dearborn St..
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
i.....n filed against you, and you are
HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy
of your Answer to the Dill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney
HEN essen. ESQ., 1014 Beybold
Fluilding, Miami S:'. Florida, and file
the original answer In the office of
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or
before March 12th. 1963, In default of
which the Bill of Complaint will be
taken as confessed against you.
Dated: E.l.runrv 6th. 1962.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. I hide County, Florida
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
2/9-16-23. /l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55142-A
IN RE: Estate of
HEN IACOWITZ
1 V, ease.I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H.o-
Demands Against Said
L'-'.l-l'i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55082-A
IN RE Estate of
MINNIE RUBIN
Dec used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Vgslnst said
Estate:
v.iu are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present an) claims and de-
mands which you may havi agalnsl
the estate ,,f MINNIE RUBIN de-
ceased late of Dole County, Florida, ,- i
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section ;:: I 16, oi Ida
Statutes, in their offices in. Hie Coun-
ty com tie ins.- in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same H1 be b;i
tills inn
Clerk of (he Clroult Court on or >"
fore tlie 2:trd day of March. 1961 If
you tail to ii" so. Judgment b> il.fmlt
will be taken against you for the re-
lief demanded In the BUI of Com-
plaint
rhti notice shall he published nn.ii
each week (of four Consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I- I.OR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this lsth da) ,.f February,
AH
E. B, LEATHERM \N. Clerk.
a t. >>i le Count) Fl irlda
B) E H LANWAY.
I teput) ci... k
WINTER .v Gl iI.DFARP
re)? Blscayne Bldg Miami, l-*l*
H. Max A Uoldl
Attorney for Plaintiff
: 23, 3 2-9-16
ut.s. in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tini. of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this bth
dav of Februarv. A D. 1962
SARAH JACOWITZ
As ExecutrU
First publication of this notice on
the 9th dav ..f February, 1962
Publish .me., a week for (our (4>
consecutive weeks In The Jewish
Ploridian
Goldman, Goldstein & Paciler
Attorneys for Executrix
2303 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida. .,,..,,.
on
lated at Miami. Florida
.lav of February, A.D, 19**2
ANNA GALE
As Admlnlstn trlx
First publication of this
the 23rd da) of February.
\ BUDD CUTLER
Aitomes for Administratrix
706 Alnsli > Building
- 23, 8
notice
1962
ALEX SA MA LION. Sole owner
Goldman, Goldstein & Pacrier
2:to3 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Registrant
2/2-9-16-23
INi THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55256-A
IN RE Km.,'
CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci editors and All Pi rsons li.^ -
Ing claim.-, or Demands Au.,in~i s..i,i
Estate:
You ai.- hereb) notified and requir-
ed to it. s. nt any claims and de-
mands which you ma\ have against
the estate of CHARLES HARRY
AXELROTH deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the
Judges of Hole County, and file the
same In duplti ate and j> provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
th.ir offices in the County Court-
house In Dade County, Florida, with-
in six calendar months from the lime
Of the first publication hereof, or the
same w ill be barred.
Hateil ;u Miami. Florida, trls 14th
dav of February, A.D. 1962.
In nt a NABURG
As Executrix
BERNSTEIN & MILLER
By: Milton Miller
Attorney for Executrix
1414 Congress Building
Miami, Florida
2/23. 3/2-9-16
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1779
BERN \RH A WIEDER,
Plaintiff,
'. -
MAXINE R ADAMS,
I lefi mlaiit
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
T< i m wiNi: i: ADAMS
\ ill.-1 ss Unknown
n \i WINI-: l: ADAMS, are here-
ii\ nm hi lial B "ii 'omplalnl
M rtgage Foreclosure has been
filed agalnsl \ i. ind you are re-
quire to serve B copy t.f your Answer
adlng to the Bill Df l !ontpla nt
..n the Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD
A WIEDER. BSg m: Lincoln Rd.,
Miami Beai h, I lot Ida, JI: 5505, and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in ......fflce of the Clerk ..t' the cir-
cuit Court on or before the 22nd day
oi March, l 182, If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four e..n.., >>< weeks
in THE JEWISH FLoRHHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 19th day of February.
A.D. 1962
!. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
(seal) By: L BNBBDBN
1 i.-jiutv Clerk
l'.KUN'ARD A. WIEDER, ESQ.
407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla.
JK S-5505
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/23, 3/2-9-16
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 McELWBB,
Plaintiff,
\ s
ii iSEPH McELWBB,
I Ii iernlant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl i: .li ISEPH McELWBB,
:,.\l Sergeant
Serial No AF SAP I201J
4'.nh Supply Squadr in
Box IS7
Pope Air Force Base, N Carolina
You, JOSEPH McELWBB, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you. and you are required to serve a
cop) of your Answet or Pleading to
the Bill "f Complain! on the Plaint-
iffs attorney, RICHMOND & BAR-
BER, one Lincoln Road Building,
Miami Beach 19, Florida, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before Ihe Sth day of
March. 1962. If you fall to do so.
Judgment by default will be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
lu the itiii of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl.oRILMAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 7th day of February
A.D. 1962.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Hart,- County. Florida
(seal) By: K M. I.YMAN,
Deputv Clerk
RICHMOND FARBBR
By: Donald rXrber
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2/9-16-23.3/2
,


Friday. February 23. 1962
Ubftlff) flcridUan
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE

I
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
im THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ci FVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1569
-v. i.l.lAM B. DORSETT,
i i..in.in.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
.ANNA.
I!. H-TH DORSETT,
ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Xi \NN.\ ROCTH Im IRKETT
\nn.i ROUth I'ivmII. ale here-
by notified Hi.it ;i Complaint for l >!
yinx-r has been filed against you, and
.. r, equlred lo mh>' r eopj ol
vmir \n-wer or Pleading t" (he Com-
n the Plalntlff'a attoi m ( J
11 | ,i i.i. linian. -'ii S.K. I- Iral K\ .
Miami, Florida, and file Ihe o Iglnal
\nswi i ..r Pleading In the ofl i
ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on ot
the 19th .I.i > of March, 11.62
ii \,.ii f.iil lo do bo, Judgment b) de-
fault will l>< laken against you tor
ih,. relief demai.....I In the Bill ol
i 'nmplalnt.
IXINK AND ORDERED at Miami,
this 18th da) of Februar),
y 11 IH62.
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, I*ode County, Florida
Imal) B) K. M I.YM AN
Deptlt) Clerk
i DAVID I.I EMM \N
20 S.E I lrat A ^ enue
Miami, Florida
Wtnrnej for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN Unit
the undersigned, rtealr t*a to engage In
business under tha fictitious name of
V Mil, It I 'A.\ I I'm il..- II.Kl.NC. To. al
: ... i N W. 86th Street, Miami. Intends
in register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i- loi Ida
Al. RCBEN8TEIN, Sole "<< t
i 2 '.'-16- 23
NOTICE UND6R. ^
FICTITIOUS NAME LAWr
NOTICE IF HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t" engagi in
husim as un.iei the iic.i...as u i.n oi
KKYLAKE PLAZA located at N.W.
corner of I With SI and N.E. 19th An..
North Miami Bea h, Florida, Intends
in reglatct said name with the Clerk
.,; in, ii cult Court "i Dade County.
Florida.
TULIP REALTY CO,
(i|- l i.i.iui i.\. INC,
Bj Bty. I). Caldln, Attj A Agent
V 2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 54993 B
IN RE: Be'ati i i
F \N.NIK HKi iTHKHS
I... led
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cre an I Ml Persons Hav-
ing Clalma Estati .
You at hei b> notified and re-
quired i' present any claims and di -
manda which yvu may have against
thi estati ol i-AWii: BMOTnr.HS
deceased lati of Dade County, 1- or-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file tha sum,' In their
offices in ih. County Courthousi In
Hade County, Florida, within six cal-
LEGAL NOTICE
the
s.i me
i 16 23, :t 2-9
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
FILE NO. A-20492
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
Nathaniel w. Slegel holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. 1TS4 Issued
the '.'-i da) of Maj. A 11 1957, has
I. ,l sain,' in my office, and has made
npplicat i ii fi i" a tax deed to l- Is-
. i hi I'-'iii s.: i.i i Vr: Ificate em -
a, the following described prop-
In ill.* i'..iini> of Dade, State >f
: Ida, lo-W II :
E Ing's Addn I'Nit
Itnok 3 l'a_. : 16 in th 'ount) ;
hade, SI He ol 1 Ii I Ida
rh.' assessmenl -a ,1 : ropei t> tin-
. i said i-rtlficati was in the
, ,i urn C E" Ing & Kathei ini
i.i rd per
1 nli ss said cert Ifii ati shall be re-
, ,in. .1 according to law, the prop-
i\ ii, act Ibed hi i ein will be gold to
highest bidder at the four! House
i on Hi. first Monday in the month
.\i.ii. .. i'.".:. which is the 1th ila>
I Man :.. 1962
I lnt< il this -'Ith d 1) of .lain.u)
B LEATHERMAN,
Clerk of Cli cult Court.
l lade i "ounty, Florida
-,.,n By: R. M I.EEPER.
Deputy Clerk
S/2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COHNTV.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 656
EIXIEWATER SHINS and
JAMES McOLYNN,
plaintiffs,
RALPH RORBIN8, SKII'PY
NuRMAN, MEL API.EH. MITCHELL
!' MILLER. MOLLY HORNE and
I LORENOE HALPER,
11. fendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti> RALPH KOUMISS
Crystal Houst Apartment!
studio I, BOSS Collins Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
MITCHELL P MILLER
MOLLY HORNE
c n Li Isure Lakes
4 17'.' N.vv Mth Street
V ami, Florida
SKII'I'Y NORMAN
i randy Stik Lounge
22ftft Park Avenue
Miami Reach, FIoiIda
TOL' are HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
suit has been brought against you
ii EDOEWATER sn;NS and JAMES
McOLYNN, plalnilffs. to foreclose a
certain Lien more particularly de-
scribed In Ih.' Complaint tiled in this
suit which lien encumbers the follow-
deact ibi d pmpi rty sltnati d in
I'ounty, Elm Ida, to-wlt:
The E, l"" fi of the s. 80 ft. of
. I OCEAN FRONT AMEND-
i:i i, Plat Itni'k '. Paai s nd
Publii Rei :' hade County,
Flnrida, a k a 22t' Park Avenue,
Miami Beai h, 11i Ida, I" ing the
sain. i i-rfbed in tl
,,iii heed fruii I 'ark Avenui I li
Elnrei Hniprr, recoi
Hook li'l d -
I..... in Ocean Front
Pri'i i-rty. PH ge it
I nd you nri i
file > ..in- Mi- wer '" said
nplalnt wit Cl< rk f thi
styled
. : ntlfl attorni
A I.HERT I. \\ EINTRACH .v \ J.\^
.i rll; Tl list Hulld-
. i,ia not later than
i March, 1962, In di '.
ah h Rid Ci mplainl will be laken
....... seed l>> you
I VTEl I at Miami, had.' Count).
at da) nf January, 1962
i: n LEATHERMAN
. rk of thi i "Ircull Coin i
(seal) B) K M LYMAN.
Deputy Thru
1 2-9-16-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN lhnt
the nrifli rsicned. rteslrlnir t" encage In
business jnder the fictitious name of
HOMESTEAD TRAVEL AGENCY at
1000 N. Ktoine Ave., Homestead,
Florida. Intends to register said nami
with the Clark of the Circuit Court
<; Dad, 'ounty, Florida.
.- BEATRICE i'Eski'K
100$ Owner
2 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi Ii siring i" ngage In
i asliKs* under the fictitious names "f
WESTOVER AfARTMENTS; WEST-
OVER ARMS APARTMENTS; THE
WESTOVER a- 1100 Collins Avenue,
Ml iml Hi FIoi Ida Intenda i" reg-
|i i : hi > 'Ircult i 'inn of i lade County,
WEST" 'VER RE M.'i'V CORP.
BH M'lC" & FRIED, ESQS
4"T l.inn. in Rd Miami Beach, lla.
Attorni i'- alt) Corp.
2/2-9-K-2I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 865
THE WILLIAMb'BL*RGH SAVINGS
HANK.
Plaintiff,
\ i,
HENRY Fl'GATE and ANN
FCGATE, his wife, and
ALEXANDER WEISS.
I i.-f.-ndunls.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: ALEXANDER WEISS
1447 N. Bodlne Street
Philadelphia i. Pi nnsylvanla
You are hereby notified that the
abovi captloned action lias been i"-
stltuted against you In ih. circuit
Court nf the Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and for Dad.- County I" fi I
close a mortgage upon the following
d.-s,i ibed real propel' >
I.,,i BliK-k 69 ..I FIRST ADDITION
TO CAROL CITY according i" the
Plat thi reof, n i orded In Plat Hook
80 at Page 19 ol the Public Rei ords
..i i tadi County, Florida,
\,.u ,,i, reiiulreil to lib your an-
sw.i i,. plaintiff's complaint with thi
rierk of the aforesaid foorl. sod
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff a
attorne) MARTIN FINE, nth Floor
Dade Federal Building, Miami 3'.'.
Florida, not later than March 2, 1962,
or a I *:> Pro Confesso will bi en-
t. ,i against you,
I iated January 25, 1962.
i: B. I.E. VTHERMAN
Clerk ''. the Cln uil "ourt
(aeal) B> E il LANWAY,
11. puty Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
i nli Floor i 'ad. Fi deral Building
Miami 32, Florida
J 2-9-16-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 656
EDGEWATER SKINS and
.1 AMES McOLYNN,
Plaintiffs.
vs.
RALPH ROBB1NS, SKIPPY ......
NORMAN, MKI. ADLER. MITCHELL |
P MILLER. MOLLS HuRNEand
FLORENCE HALPER,
I irtendants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: FliORENCE HALPER
11 Riverside Drive East
Apartment 17 C
N.-w York, N.T.
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been broupht agalnat yon
hv KIHiKWATKIt SIGNS and JAMES
MeGLYNN, plaintiffs, to foreclose a
certain Lien more particularly dea-
eribed in the Complaint fil-d in this
suit which lien encumbers the fouow-
ing described property situate in Dade
County. Florida, to-wlt:
The E 100 ft. of the S. m> ft. of
Block I, OCIEAN FRONT AMEND-
ED, l'lit Book :., Pages 7 and S,
Public Records of Dade County,
Florida, a k a 2206 Park Avenue,
Miami Beach, Horlda, being the
same property described in thai
certain heed from Park Avenue
Realty Co to Florence Halper, re-
i.....led m i''.d Book 1015 r.i and
son, Unas referred to as being In
i ii an Front Property, PB 2, al
Page 17.
ami foi other relief, and you an re-
quired to file y..... Answer i" said
Complaint with Ihe Clerk of thi above
styled Court and to serve a cop)
thereof on plaintiffs' attorneys, AL
BERT I.. WKINTRAl'B .v A .; 1
CRISTOL, 219 Security Trust Build-
: a Miami 12, Florida not latei thai
the "'Hi day of March, 1962, In lie
fault uf which said Complaint will be
taki n as confi si ed b) y iu.
DATED at Miami, hade County,
Fi.nl.la, this -''ih day of January,
V B NEATHERM VN
Cli rk "f the i "Ii ult Court
B> : E II I. \NWAY.
1., puty Clerk
. ii.iar months irom h.
first pub*lcation hereof,
win be barred.
s 11 EN It V FACTOR
- I!1"TII FACT! dt
loldn an, i loldsti in ft Pacali r
Attorne) s
2303 w Flagier St.
Miami, FIoi iua
2 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS, NAMt. LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAI B s HAKDV ARE al 131 W
Mh Street, Miami, Florida Intends to
register said name wiiii the Clerk bl
the circuit Court > Dadi County,
Florida,
WILLARD I. STEELE
II. ROBERT Ki LTNi W
Attorne) for WllUard L, Btaele
629 West Fiagler Street
Miami, Fiorina
2 :-'- :.
IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 62C 1535
THE WILLIAMSIll'RGH
SAVINGS BANK,
Plaintiff
\ s.
IOHN AltTlll'l: ZACCO and
ROBERTA 'I ZACCI'. his wife, i al.
11, f. ndants
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO JOHN ARTHCR ZAI..... and
Rl IBERT V O 7. VCCi I, h Ifi
_':'.. i Brow n A\ enui
Memphis, Tennessei
You are hereby notified that
above captloned action has been
stltuted against you lit the circuit
Court of tin Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida in and fill had.- Count) Il
elosi a mortgngi upon the following
described I nl prop, rt) :
Lot i, Block I.: PINE TREK M IN-
(iR, SECTION THREE, aeeordlng
to th, Plat thereof, i.....orded In I'lnl
Rook B" at I'a I Ihe Public
R, nrds I Wde i "ounty, FIoi i la,
lhi r with l Igldnl 'a
VVC iS an : K >i Idaln Ri I
I .:.'-
v.- i an reqi red In file our an -
Bwei plaint Iff's .....ipl ii';i r h I hi
Clerk of thi aforeaa id Com t, and
servi a cop) then of upon plaintiffs
attorni y, M VRTIN I- INE, llth Floor
I ladi !' di al !' lldl l. Miami
Plot Ida, no! lat'T than Mar, Ii
IN THE COUNTY .UDGES COURT
IN AND FOR r ADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. N PROBATE.
No <8809-C
IN RE: Estate ol
JOSEPH WEirrSTEIN,
I leceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is liereh) given thai I havi
filed my Final It.'port and Petition
for Distribution ami Final Discharge
as Executrix "i the estate of JOSEPH
WEINSTEIN. deceased: and that on
the 12th day < March. IIMJ2, "ill ap-
ply to the Honorable County Judges
ol Dade County, Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executrix
<>f the estate of the above-named de-
cedent 'rids :c.ii day of I bruary,
1962
- MARGARET FINE
As Executrix "f the Estate
Joseph Weinstein. [>eceased.
MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN
Attorneys
i l.Mi 8.W. 1st Stri t
Miami. El,aid.,
2 16-23 3 2-9
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
tojmlsii fJcridfrarn
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate yomr
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
iHtil lit 3-4005
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
f
i ri
Pro i "onfi sso \\ ill In
the
in IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 52845-A
IN RE: Kstati
WINII 11EI' V. COHN,
I i.e. ased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni' I'll "E hi n b) given that we
havi I'ed out I- inal Repn t and Peti-
tion foi Ii -i Ibutiot a i I .nal Uli
, hnrgi as EXECCTRICES nf the es-
tate of WINIFREH /- COHN, de-
, eased and thai on m nfn r thi 16th
day of March. 1962, will apply to the
Horn rable t 'ount) .1 uilgi of I adi
County, Florida, for approval ol
Final Report and for distribution and
1962. final dli hargi as EXECCTRICES ui
eii-
ir a
ti red against > i u.
I .,-, l elnuaiy 12, l2.
E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
i 'Ircull i "out t. I di i 'ount). Florida!
(seal) By: M CAVAlwVRIS
l teputy ci.rk
MARTIN EINE
Attorney for Plaintiff
14th Moor Dadi FVderal Building
Miami VI, Florida
2 16-23, S :-:
th
tile
1.1th
alu
da
ive-tlamed tle-
uf Fi bruary,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. INCHNCERY,
No. 62C 1*98
ANNIE M. K VINES,
Plaintiff.
vs.
HOWARD VINES.
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: HOWARD VINES
You. Howard Vlnea, are hereby no-
tified thai a Complaint for Divorce
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Complaint
,.n th- Plaintiff's attorney, J, David
LJebman, 20 S.E. Elr.-t Avenue, Mi-
ami, Florida, and file th. original An-
swer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of th. Circuit Court on or be-
fore the 19th day .if March. 1962. if
you fall to do si Judgment by default
will be tuk.n against you for thi
rellel demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
l i,hi,ia. tins 12th day of February,
A D. 1962
E. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
(seal) ID K M LYMAN
I i. put > I lei k
.1 DAVID I.IEMM \N
20 S.E First Vve.
Miami. Florida
V I
2 16-23, 3 2-''
IN THE CIRCU 1 COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 1051
THE W MSB! UGH
,\\ Ni IS BAN K.
\ -
is
t al,
l>
:--1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55048-C
IN RE: Estate ,.f
SAMlEl. BROWN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors and All Persons HlO
Ing Claims or Drmnnds Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired 10 present any claims and dl
manda which you may have against
the .state of SAMUEL BROWN, de-
ceased Inte of St. Joseph County, In-
diana, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and rile the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida statutes. In their office- in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendat
months from the time .,f the first
lubllcation hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 26th
day of January, A.D. 1962
A I, AN It K ESS 1.Kit
as Ancillary Adininisi raior.
Cum Testamentu Annexo
First publication of this notice on
the 2nd day of February, 1962.
WEINKI.E A KES.-1 I l:
attorneys for Administrator
81 I Seybold lluildlng
Miami 32. Florida
2/2-9-16-2I
ERSo.N el
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ti l K IT H I'A I'TERSt IN. an
.. d I nknow n spo
If alive o ml hi unknown
i i devisees Ii gatees, granti i ,
asslgni es, llenm s, i editors,
I. iisie. ami all parties having or
. lalmlng t' havi any right, title
or int. real in thi property
ill si li>. d hen in
You are hereby notified that the
above captloned action lias been In
Btltuted against yen in the Circuit
CoOTI of th. Judicial Circuit Of Flor-
ida In and foi I iade County to fore-
close mortgage upon the following
desci ibed real property :
Lot il, Block 103 Third Addition to
c.iioi City according to the Plat
th. r.nf recorded in l'lat Book 65 at
Page ::: of the Public it.....rds of
Dade County. Florida,
you are required to file your an-
swei lo plaintiff's complain! "itb the
Clerk of the afei.-aid Cull. and
servi a cop> thereof upon plaintiff's
attorn, v M VRTIN PINE 1 Itli Floor
I .ad.- FVderal Building, Miami 32,
latei than March v 1962
,.,- a Deere. P o Confesso \*ill be en-
:, :. d against y ou.
Dated Janus
i: B LE \'ll 11 RMAN
ci.ri; nf the i art
(sealj B) K \l LYMAN,
I li par. 'l.rk
MARTIN I INE
Attorn, y '"" Plaintiff
nth l loor Dadi Fi dt ral Building
Miami 32 Florida
estate uf
cd.lit This
IS62,
ANN WALTER
MARTHA Rt 'SS
Law Offli -
Albei i l. Welntraub
A.'.lav Crist,il
819 Sei ttrlty Trust Building
Miami 32, Florida
By: a Ja> Crlstol
2 16-23, 3 2-9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 61C-12308 (Goldman)
CENTRAL SAVINGS HANK IN THE
CITY OF NEW YORK, a corporation
existing under the laws of the State
of New York.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANK 8ITAR8KI, el al,
1 left ndants.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: STORM KING AIR-VENT
AWNINGS, INC
a Florida corporation
Address Cnknown
Yi H" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a suit has been brought agalnat you
by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN
THE CITY OF' NEW YORK, In Ihe
| above-entitled Court, to foreclose a
mortgage encumbering the following
,i, s.i in. ii property, to-wlt:
Loi 8, In Block 1-. of MUST ADDI-
TION TO SIERRA, according to the
plat thereol recorded In Plal Book
53, al page 96, of the public records
of Dade County. FIoi Ida
Togi i li. i with:
i IE l.A :_ i< Reft Igerator
GE .1 361 -I. Eli ctrlc Rangi
Venetian Blinds;
anil vou an n I lo fill your an-
swer with the Clerk of the Circuit
c, nri it Dadi County. Elordla, at
th.- t'ourthou in Mian Piorl a, on
,,, before Man h 19. 1962, and i" servi
. i ni ;, h nnswi r u| on DAVID
P CATSMAN, Plaint ff's attoi ne>.
n-hose ndilreas i llth Floor at 101
i; -i piagli I Miami 32, Hoi
Ida, on in befon a Id date, as re-
I i,j ihi lawi of Florida II you
i.. do so, thi ii ; Is Int I i be
laki a- oi fi ssi d b) you and .
Pro 'onfi s 111 i.....' i
nsl % mi for thi el
n h. ci mil In Int.
DATED this 9th da) Pel

i: It LEATHERMAN. Cli
i 'ircull i "o im. I 'ad. i 'ount Flo tl
. Rj M CAVALARIS
I leput) i ') i k
DAVID P C VTSMAN
i ni, pionr l"1 F. I lagli SI
Miami 32, Florida
2 '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
FILE NO. 52244
Notlc. is hereby given thai Na-
thaniel W Slegel holder as asslgnei
,.f City Of Miami Ta\ S lie Cortlfli Itl
Numbered H-',;. dated the 1st day ol
June, \ D. 1959, has filed said cer
tifii ati in m) offli e, and has mad.
application for tax deed lo Issiti
thi i. .ui in .,. ot lam i ith Inu Said
Certificate embn follow Inf
ii, scribed propel iy. situated In I 'ndi
County. Florida, to I
S 25' of w 71 Lot 10 Home Sub-
division Plal Boi k B Pagi 126 h
the city of Miami. Count) of Bade
state of Florida
The assessmenl of said properly un-
der tin Certificate Issued was in the
name of 1 'nknow n I Cet
ii bi i. lei ineil ai i
ti few, ta\ deed will Issui th
on th- Ttli day of Man h. \ D
; ,] this :"- 111 da) of Janual y
A.D
i: i: LEATHERM \N.
Dadi Count i Florida
Ry R M I.EEPER,
NOTICE UNOPR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV1 N tl "
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business undei Ihe fictitious name
MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE "
139 North Miami Avenue, Minn
Florida Intend to n a ati r said nan -
with Hi. 1. rk of Ihe Cln lit I 'ourl C
Hade Count) I'ol'ida.
LEON SHEINFELD
BARNETT PHILLIPS
I! VRl '1.1 Ol ILI MAN
Utorm s for Applli anti
2ti s E, 1st Avenue
Mlani Florida
: .-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE
ELEVENTH J U D.C I AL CI RCU IT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 1555
ART1 ll'R PETF2R K I'.I.I.Y.
Plaintiff,
t'L \K!'-i: KELLY,
i ndant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IT VRICE K i'.I.I.Y
t "aft lei i.i I lepartmi nt
n Aircraft C
lb tlipage, N .1.
YiU' VRE HEREBY XOTlFIl D tha
., Comi alnt fi 'Ivon i hi bi
ii ,i ., ou, and you hi
qulri .1 ti serve B co| ol A
... other pleading upon
ai mey, GEORGE N Ma
l ., i\ i;i i. "i : filsi a) ni Itldg., Mlu i
the i irlginal A -
or pleading in thi ffli i of t
i ;, k of the C uil Pn t on or -
f, ,, thi 19th day of March, 1962
otherwlst judgment li) default will l-
taken aga nsl you for the rellel dt -
manded li the Complain!
DATED, at Miami. Dadi Cram
this the 13th day ..f Feb-
ruary, -\ I' 1962 ,
E. B. LEATHERMAN, I lerk.
it Court, 1 '...I. I 'o int). Elorula
,., al) By: M CAVALARIS,
I put) Clerk
2 16-23, .1 2-9
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 5 COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 55C23-B DOWLING
WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND,
Deceasi
NOTICE TO CRED.TORS
To All Credit.as and Ml Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnat oaia
Batati ,
Yen. anil each of you are her. i-
notified and required to present an:
claims and demands which you, or
either ol you ma) have against tni
Mtati of WILLI \M HENRY RK H-
MOND deceased Inte of Had. I ounty.
Florida, ti the Honorable County
Judges of Had. County, and file tne
same In their offices In the "'ounty
Courthouse In Hade County. Floriila.
within six calendar months irom tne
date of the first publication Itereol
s.,i,i claims or demands to conta n
ili, legal address of the claimant and
to I., sworn to and presented as afore-
said, or same will be barred, s
s, tlon 713.16 of the li'l". Probati ^
Hated January 26th, A.D. 1H62.
EILEEN RICHMOND
As Vdmlnlstratrix ol thi Estal
ol WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND
D........I
2 2-9-16-2.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 55160-A
IN RE: Estal
IIEFSIE K \I1V
"notice TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dltors and Vll I Hs
Ing 'la in- oi Di inands tga ni i sa I
y,, .,,, h.i. li) notified and requir-
ed tn | ., -, m an) i Inlms and
mands whii h you ma> ha\.
. i ,i P., sale K.i di
.-. i indi I unty, Florida, to the
Count) Judges Dadi fount;
til,, the miiii in dui in '
-
Statin, s. ill tin : '
li Courthouse In Dadi County,
Ida, within -iv call ndai months fr mi
the time of ih.- flrsl pub leal rt here-
of ,,r thi sami 111 be ban il
Dated al .Miami. Florida, Ihht 9th
dav of Fi bruar) A.D. 1962.
HILDA FINEBERG
As Exei iniv
Flrsl publication of this notlee on
the 16th day of Fi bruar). 1962,
ii \i:ky ZCKERNICK
Attorney for Exi utrix
120 Llm oln Rd., Miami Beat h
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?rr 3-B +JenUt> ttorldidir. Friday. February 23. 1962 Meyers Reveal Ellen's Troth Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer, 5465 La Gorce dr., announce the engagement of their daughter. Ellen. to Robert Pinsky. son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pinsky. 8333 Harding ave. Miss Meyer attended Miami Beach High School, and is a graduate of the University of Miami. She is presently teaching in North Miami. Mr. Pinsky atended schools in 1'hiladclphia. and is a leading businessman in Miami. They will be married in the summer. Druckers Tell Daughter's Troth Mr. and Mrs. David Drucker, of four years 1030 N\V 18!;'. St., announce the engagement ot their daughter. 10th ave. Miss Drucker student at attends is ANhi iAEPhi Alumnae Planning Dinner Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumni Assn. of Greater Miami will have its annual "pot luck" dinner Saturday nicht at lh( home of Mis. Marvin Coral Way Now Registering Tots Coral Wav Jewish Center is now WC^AN OF THE WEEK \nne I Mrs. Joseph) Lip:on was born in Paterson. N.X She wanted -idv at a good school tor social welfare, but since Montclair Teachers ( • ge was closer to home, she settled for that. She finished her ilu. ti Columbia. As a teen-ager. Anne was most interes:ed in volunteer .1 work, and prepared to be an ardent community worker in Paterson. This was the background that sparked her entry into volunteer work when she came to Miami, where she met Joe. and later, they started the saga of a happy mar riage. As a bride. Anne was active in all of Runni Maxine. to Robert Allan the organizations, with Hadassah taking pnWhitebook. ority. She helped organize the nurses aid doUQ js (he ^ of Mp and M „ partment when Mt. Sinai Hospital first came |rvjng R whitebook of 17325 NE into being Now. Anne lets her husband set the pace, but is available at all times for whatever he feels ought to be done. Joe is called "a real Barry College. Her Hani sweet guv" to everyone, and is active in just the University of Fli ri i and about evVry organization in town. With so employed at the University Inn in main community affairs, meetings and social Gainesville. functions to attend, the Uptons have to sit down and make out a time table. But there is always time for their five grandchildren. each has his cozy corner in grandma's house-including personal -. hi^h chairs and toys. The Uptons' two children are their daughI irnet. married to Marshal Harris, and son Ronald and his Marilyn. )n their many trips which they use as a form of relaxation. Anne the shopping; while Joe visits the museums, which he adores. They t been practically everywhere except to Africa and Mexico. What i i es this so strange is that they have relatives in these two places. Zank, 10303 SVV 63rd Ct. E: ise is that their relatives sometimes come to Miami and. in fact, are T|)is w (| bp a SU pp ressel j del now. sire" partv. and guests are asked The Uptons do a lot of entertaining, and prefer to be hosts at home. {o come inc osfume e collects antiques, but she makes sure that they aren't breakable use )f the grandchildren. They support every worthy cause in Mrs. Stanley Roth, of 8030 SW U X attend all of the operas, ballets, and concerts. In between times. 116th si., i in charge of reservaJ plays golf, and Anne watches carefully to see that everything goes tions. v -. with her "real sweet guy." HEARTS AND FLOWERS AT WESTVIEW It was a gay and happy evening the night of the dinner dance that Lt ?old and Betty Schwartz gave at Westview Country Club in honor of *':rcia Wineman who will be the bride of their son. Lt. Larry Schwartz, li-ghter Ina. now Mrs. Herbert Yalof, came from East Orange with' registering children for its 1962 63 .-•: husband and little girl. Leslie Sue. The dining room was candle-1 kindergarten and nursery school. !.. ted with the Valentine motif carried out in red hearts and flowers, i Registration is opea to children Hi cia's parents, the Stanley Winemans, came in from Tampa. Among!from 3 to 5'i years of age. gvests were the Leo Ackermans. William Weintraubs, Dr. George Three levels are nursery and Grchams, Sam Levensons. John Serbins. Henry Wolffs, Milton and pre-kindergarten classes and readI-lyn Nussbaum, Sam and Gladys Gerson and Jack and Rose Krause. ing readiness kindergarten classes. 1 tryone was glad to see Chic Chaikin who has been ill. and Winnie— Complete preparation for first t r T if they just stayed for a short while. Stewart Rapee and his bride, grade is the goal of the kindergar* ry and Willa Sue Susskind. the Aaron Farrs and the Sam Heimans ten. with certified teachers in \ -. .e all having a marvelous time, along with the Harold Thurmans, Mrs. charge. hell Stone, the William Singers, and Mr. and Mrs. Al Jacobs. iEAUTIFUL INVITATION The invitations are out for the cocktail party that Inez Krensky is ;. ng in honor of her parents' sixtieth anniversary on Mar. 3. There is Ctur %  >t her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Mcsse. on the outside of the .-aved invitation. The picture was taken ten years ago on their tiftif anniversary, but the couple don't look any older today. The envelcan be saved to use as book marks: they were addressed by a callii ihi-t inrl are lovely. CHRISTENING [( is a wonderful evening at the waterfront home of Ethel (Mrs. ed I Geiger. She had just bought a boat, a 38-foot, blue and white -s Craft, and a celebration was in order. After drinks and tidbits, : guests went down to the dock and Anna May (Mrs. Larry) Levenson, is Mrs. Geiger's Godchild, broke a bottle of champagne over the r naming the boat Thia Thalia. This is Greek for Aunt Ethel, and *:..-. Geiger is Aunt Ethel. After dinner, guests took turns cruising up down the bay. Mrs. Geiger's houseguest. Van Hurbank, made a r ndid captain. From Chicago, were Bob and Stella Apple. Mrs. Se%  Feldman, and Arnold and Dorothy Epstein. Sidney and Esther Schwartz and their houseguest. Ruth Brown, Jason and Judy Roberts, ; %  Mrs. Stella Uttal were among the boat riders, too. E D ANO WHITE ... NO BLUE The pink table cloths looked pretty with the Valentine centerpieces : the red heart placecards. Red and white mints were as good to t. as to see. The luncheon was given by Mrs. Ru:h Guthmann at the 2 ;.ihoe hotel. The tables were for eight, spotted here and there were ft.-. James Chapman, Mrs. Nathan Sater. Mrs. Ted Pritikin and Mrs. flam Weiner. Ruths daughter, Carolyn (Mrs. Donald' Barmack, and i-: friend. Joni (Mrs. Stanley) Tate, had to leave to pick up their childrei at school, but the rest of the guests' children were all grown up and ed for cards. The twins were there—Mrs. Milton Maper and Mrs. fli l Schwartz—but weren't wearing the same dress. Mrs. T. M. Feder .se stunning green jewelry on her while dress. Mabel (Mrs. Yale) l-< inson looked as fresh as a tulip in her bright yellow dress. •* •* (H*RD TO BELIEVE You wouldn't believe that Thelma (Mrs. Adrian) Thai, looking so hvert in a beige suit with a black mink hat and collar, knows how to COCk, Her eyes sparkled as she announced that she was on her way home t ix ten pounds of mushrooms for the freezer. She answered when ; ed for the recipe, "For one pound of mushrooms you take a snip of .•-.'. a snip of butter, add a snip of flour mixed with a snip of water; COOk, cool, and pack away." They are so good that everyone who eats •n takes more than a snip. Talking over success of Sunday night's Scopus Awcrd dinner, which featured the national conclave cf the American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at the Americana hotel, are local leaders (left to right) Mrs. Irving E. Miller. Mrs. Abram Fox. Mrs. Jennie Grossmqer, and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Mrs. Fox, who now spends mest of the year ir. Israel with her husband, joined the others as membeis of the board of directors of the women's division of the American Friends. Abbe Lane attends a theatre party at Coconut Grove Playhouse sponsored by Islanders and Greater Miami chapters of Women's American OHT. With Abbe are (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Wilkes, region president; Mrs. Jacques Bril, president. Greater Miami chapter; and Mrs. Lilyan Holler, president. Islanders chapter. Morning classes will be from 8.45 until 11:45. Afternoon classes will be from 12:15 to 3:15. Mrs. Warren Will Run in Surf side Mrs Irene (Alvin) Warehas an pounced her cannuacy tor the SurfI sioe Council. A resident here for 10 years, she lives v ith her husband and their three children at 911 Bay dr. Mrs. Warren has served as director and vice president of the I TA, is a Girl Scout leader, charter member of the Women's Division of Surfside Chamber of Commerce, She belongs to the Deborah group of Hadassah and the Junior Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mrs. Warren believes that "a woman can unders'and the problems of Surfside better than a man.'' "If I serve on the Council other women will be encouraged to look for political position; in Dade county," the candidate declared. : BIRTHDAZE : A first son. Robert Warren, wai born to Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Jay Wynne. 9240 SW 58th ter., on Feb. 8. He joins sister. Susan Kay, 2i month-. Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Louis Feits. PaternJl grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Louis Silverstein, and great-grand mother is Mrs. Fannie Ingber. ot New York. Cantor William Lipson officiateJ at the bris held Sunday, Feb. 13. Film Showing Set Sunday The film. "Operation Correction." will be shown at the regular monthly brunch of the Brother hood of Temple Beth Sholom OJ Sunday morning. 10:30 a.m. in th auditorium. David Drucker is Brotherhoo 1 president and Jack Wagner io pr % %  gram chairman. "1 IRINC WARREN A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 9-9401 PLACE CARDS Original Designs % WEDDINGS SPICIAL DESIGN'S AVAILABU FOR ANY TYH PARTf ; % Call for Appointment, MRS. CHARLES OPPENHEIM, JE 1-6281 DECORATED MATCH BOXES BAR MITZVAHS PARTIES THE ROYAL HUNGARIAN ntrs RESTAURANT 731 Wtuhinqton Av. II 5101 CPtN FOR TNI SEASON Tn A'rmo*^ Pntrnni "WE BAKE OUR OWN" CARMEL PASTRY SHOP QUALITY BAKMM PRODUCTS HUNGARIAN ANO VWNNESC HOME MADE STYU PASTRIES 'ONCE TRIED NEVER DENIED" CLOSED SATURDAYS A HOUOATS G. ABRAHAM, Owner •47 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH, HA. PHONE JE 8 7592 % 



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Page 18-B f. kni^t flcridHrir Friday, February 23 isejl th bi Gl at in Hi l'< 81 th ).i l ?:. i %  • II > %  UNDER THl STRICT AND CONSTANT 10CAI RABBiNICAL SUPIRVISION Of RABBI TIBOR H. STtRN PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THRU FRIDAY March 2nd w B P i' C H A >l FREEZER SALE! h p a 1 i h a f o o I t D d There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store. You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For maximum SAVINGS, stock your freezer during this sale! We will CUT and WRAP your freezer purchases al no extra charge. Please place your order EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire. Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee! BEEF Forequarters 165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE 57 lb. WHOLE RIB OF BEEF 30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE RACK OF LAMB 5 to 6 LB. AVERAGE 69 lb. BREAST OF BEEF € lb. WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE CHUCK OF LAMB 15 to 20 LB. AVERAGE 49 lb. GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER 43c Calf Liver ^^ lb. >%,A in .urn.^r • If V/i LB. AVERAGE c lb. STOCK YOUR FREEZER NOW AT THESE LOW. LOW~PRiCKT NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER 2091 CORAL WAY rrtDAi UI*%I 2091 CORAL WAY MIAMI CORAL WAY AT S.W. 87th AVE. Westchester Shopping Plaza 2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER NO. MIAMI BEACH 19th ST. at ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE AT MIAMI BEACH



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4- +3e*i*tfhrr&*r Friday, February 23. 1962 ~ Jewish Floridian ^T.ZZ and PLANT 120 N.E. Such Street Telephone FB 3-4605 Z-t :voe Ccrr.rr.ur.^ar.or.s Micnii T.VX MM 396 %  "• %  '*•----" % %  £ r HI twin PaM >• :•-: H-.N Tt* J* F I" 3.an 1 = -.-0-S !! it*'" UitJI i •-Je-.W> / *•"•*' %  >• tM --—" T'e^-3 AinniLi. Se *t F*te 5 '::" *•'•< s "" S*rv,c*. NI':KII £• %  >' I A*MI *------• Enfll th-Jwi* ',.-I;J:VI 5 MM Fir,3 P'e •" : ED C 3HOCHET Ed:tor and Publisher :Q MIN'DLIN Executire Editor :LMA M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU rates Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel %  IAY L" BINDER Correspondent T.-* :-m.-F ..%  -.---------"-.' w %  -" SOtSCH'OTION BATES: 0v<-5 Tvt YM'il'JOC Out o' Ton U59" *e>t Volume 35 Number 3 Friday. February 23. 1362 IS I Adar 5722 Dedication to Dreams I/ed ..•',:." rherr.se!ves to lb* Lecad i v the Negev some 2 (XX Ls.-ael Bond leaders wi launch %  eir 1362 i ational inaug jra] -: aierence on Miami Beact this eeke: ~ A del a array ". ; personal the arts and politics I zi been ii.-.ecuied ro e ~, : : %  .:. :.-. i enl from Eric Johnston a .".v ing American envoy ioi former ? resident E.ser.nowe: to !-'-!< y and Edward G. Robii But behind the glittering events .-..-. also include a stunning in ternationaJ Israel-Dior fashion pre — ere. with fihn actresses Carroll Ecker and Fan Sterling parbcipcl;-g, stands the immutable acpushment of Israel Bonds themselves, and their service in ; -.: [srael since the launch..-.-; of the bcr.c issue .-.ere back .. .May. 1951. Israel Bonds have emerged as c vital life source of ..-.vestment pita! for the State of Israel. The :hievement of bonds in 1361 is rmbolic record in itself the rcising of S57.214.300 for the best or in the drive's entire history. Since its launching in Miami Beach more than a decade ago. Israel Bonds have cccounted for seme S523.000,000 of investment capital for the young Jewish republ.c in the M.ddle East. This is a sum with which to be reckoned, because it represents ecor.' an rial and industrial progress for Israel in c variety of fields. During the decade ahead. Israel will be +JT?*. The Newspaperman Wins The off-hand comment a Soviet official at United Nations made to a Yiddish pre vspaperman h lised a furor. The official now denies that he made it; odds are '.hat he Recent happenings i n t h e Soviet Union m to reflect the UN official's attitude. The ::d sentencing of Jewish leaders ither with the continuing repress. on Jewish religious and cultural fc, life, trend I -ward anti-Semit What the Comm I .pokesman scid :• thai Jewish scientists ir. the Soviet Union are regarded as greater security risks than theii ncn-Jewi3h colleagues. The implications of such an observation are clearly apparent. The provocative nature of the comment bears out what returning New York Timesman Harrison Salisbury wrote in a recent issue of his paper that "anti-Semitism is again showing its ugly face" in Russia. It bears out the validity of repeated New York Herald Tribune stories from the Soviet Union that official Soviet policy, both in government and in the press, has taken on increasingly anti-Semitic overtones. Thus, it is more than highly likely that the Yiddish language newspaperman reported the Russian's comment accurately. In any contest about whom to believe, the newsman can be relied upon to win hands down. looking to it3 promising southland — to the sands of the Neqev, where much potential wealth lies, and where new horizons of development await her people's ambition to invest their land with the sweat of their labored love. The Negev has already proved itself a tst source of economic possibility; and in 1362, as well as during the years to come, the development of the Negev will rely heavily or. Israel Bonds. The Israel Bond drive seeks some S65.0C0,in the current year for investment in the Negev and in other areas of Israel's economy. The importance of this potential sum is unde:-red by Israel's anticipated population inof some 5C0.000 by 1966. and double that f.gure by 1970. Of the first half-million, no less than 25." will in all probability be settled in the Negev men. women and children who, together wi;h the present settlers there, must supply the energetic manpower necessary to exploit the Negev's rich resources. Largely composed of desert areas today Israel envisions the emergence of a verdant world in her southland — from the Port of Elat at the country's extreme southern tip, to Ashdod in the north. With the help of Israel Bond investment capital, this dream can be reasonably advanced toward reality. It is to such dreams that the 1962 inaugural conference on Miami Beach will be dedicated. Principles of Brotherhood In the waning days of National Brotherhood Week, celebrated Feb. 18 to 25. it would be fitting for Americans to consider that brotherhood a3 a way of life is something to be observed throughout the year. Brotherhood Week gives us the oppor tunity to pause and reflect upon the democratic principles indigenous to this nation. Let us endow America with the meaning of its great and free history. I daring the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN A MEMO from the desk of ** Dr. Jerome D Hank] warns us: "FfnsHv. i vr ri „ tf It *A : n? up! Without the Jewish race. Communism would never have gotten oft the ground. After it wins the wor'd. they'll put us all six feet into it." The memo seems to have been broadcast among some key Dersons in the community. DT. Harold is a v.. Si his etfifta.. Ma.sss with, a left my name and number >n order that 'here aft chirppra-slor 1 tdf a h e wrl Jjim paTienf" "I carefully should be no mistake about my affiliation — profesional or red .,. Moments later, he surprised me by re'ur-ing the call. At the outset. Dr Haro'd showed a ginger disinclination to cUvai author>hip of the mem Never specifics"ly den/'ng it. he he.'an by asking me to r*ad the nore to him — then to repeat the railing. Next, he queried me with re-pect to ray be'i'. Didn't I realize that ir was true — that Jews are. after all. behind the emergence of Communism in our time? 1 repli-*d that I had -imply phoned to v r f-. link to the memo, and that I could see r.o point in srguing • tents. The chiropract'T would not be dissuaded. He launched :; toric" dissertation on Russian Jewrj of the tenth a d elturies describii I iing with other '"races." tr ,1 and religious repress .. and the,r u^t-r.-.ite a %  • %  -•• through th I Communist ideoli • a; ; :. .he declared I mean nothing u Soi mj '•".--' fr.er.ds are Jews.' %  ; -.-tA STHHG OF ACHATID DINIAIS i^R. HAROLD PAUSED m mentaril) in h.dissertat'on. He ,-.-%  • mj lent accusation Good Lord he repeated "Don't si) :• %  K I am an an 5env!?i Nexl came a string of agitated i tuais could >ee no po-jative impfications concemirg Jews the text of his memo: some of his bet: friends were Jews: he never stated cr even hinted that a I Jews are Communists, but mere!) warred his race tc recognize the dangerous Jewi-h role; he felt 11 considerable importance.that unwilling dupes, so many of them Jews should be made aware of their traitorous contribution to the n-.r. line: some of his best friends were Jews. Also: A fellow-chiropractor, incidentally Jewish, had been I b> the FBI that %  e ighty five percent' of the agents uncovered here are Jewish. "I never said that.'' ho hotly observed "A member y .nr own lace voluntarily reported this to me — so it must be true Adding to the logic ot his structure, he suggested subtly: "i assume s : r. there are more Christian membeis of my race in the IS. tl there are Jews. This means there must be more Christian Communists than Jewish ones'" Didn't tnis demonstrate the understanding i his clearly objective view? Besides: S n i : his !>..?; friends were Jews. Dr Harold rep< lenied the existence of even a shred n active cr consc.ous an .-> %  m in h ai seemed witling t> coo e that perhaphiinsensitivit) to Jewish experience in the i. : bigotry blinded him t.> the dangerous implications of his mem Would he. 1 queried, tb.ere.ore o< k nd en ugh to rewrite his "arin such a way ati delete its unneeessao and unintended ar.: •-litic implications? He couldn't. Dr Harjid r plied, because I would com prom i" rmciples What be said about Je s absolutely true. But com this sh % % %  \ please, in turn, blind me I of hs best I : %  %  • ALLAYING TM rUNDAYCHJAHSTS C0h.SC!tSCl i Award to Samuel Halperin Samuel J. Halperin will receive the National Community Service Award of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America next Tuesday at a special Seminary convocation dinner here. In his quiet and unassuming way, Halperin has been participating regularly throughout the years in this community's civic, philanthropic, and religious affairs. It is this service that brought him the Southeastern chairmanship of the national planning committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary; it is this service that has brought Halperin other distinctions in the communal causes to which he dedicates himself. The latest distinction accorded him is another that Greater Miami applauds him for meriting. He CHIROPRACTOR'S his! ricai" reference to tent • ,. rite Kl : i 1 • %  ." itci • %  %  .• i •, of resp labil Iron Curtain Over Ai b) John Beattv the late Texas SMU i notabli \g big ts I self, w to i implicit Judeo Christian I n > ol ,.i aying Funda (. %  • cen ;. their irrti-S Once i tablis t tcda Jew n s of New 1 esl imenl \ inn en r t the that ii Rus >ia a ici |ical con red — no mihtar. Chr slian i.> aLout I (his anti Jev sh attit It would h:i fruitless 1 I sc %  • ch subtleties o< r I th Dr. Harold But another example : the really vi r mean i ; ol his endi r. and the textui [icationi in the reprint ol a le m %  i: I %  Citizi %  %  • itself, is particularly relevant — except that it r<: the ultra-right character ad the publication Tl er signed %  ur W Ka manager of Zayre 9tores here, acknowleges l>i Harold's inquirj 18 and reports /..> r Stores' removal from sale of "all the mer.:. Use manufactured in CommUNist sici-held countries, right af rece r I rst l( ttei I Dec. 15 and have, in fact, shipped sai out of our store." "The Citizen Speaks" is published in Key Biscayne by N J. Carden, about 38 years of age, and at last report in the roof-building business. In the January issue, an open letter signed by Carden to Sen. Smathers. Sen. Holland, and Rep. Fascell declares: "They (newpaperM scream daily of the Adolph Eighman (Sid trial, and how he supposedly helped exterminate 6,000.000 Jews What they don't mention is the fact that 20 years ago. the U.S.A. was sending thousands of Christian boys over there to stop these atrocities.'* i•:• -|. %  niLlRS' AMONG TM 'NEWS' ITtMS 1SJARNS PUBLISHER CARDEN: "We fought a war on behalf of the persecuted Jews, and thousands of gallons of Christian blood were spilled ... As a Christian and supposedly Christian nation, I want to know if you plan to propose any legislation that will reduce appropriations to departments and bureaus within the framework of our government which are obviously infiltrated and directed by antiChristians dedicated to establishing the godless (sic) UN as a oneworld super-government? If these people are not stopped soon, I think you will see a Christian uprising in this nation that will make the Civil War seem like a Boy Scout picnic." Also in the January issue is the announcement of the formation of a National Rifle Association Senior Rifle Club to be known in Miami as the "Rattlesnake Rifle and Pistol Club" — its obvious roots in the Minute Man movement. Interspersed among "news" items are such "fillers" as: "Those who will not tolerate Christmas in OUR schools should net profit by Christmas in THEIR stores" and "The money changers had better wake up because the money spenders are beginning to." 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";ge 4B lewisfc far Minn Pioneer Women In Varied Events .^oldj Meir Club. Pioneer Wum Mrs Isaac Pushkin, president. \ .! meet Tuesdaj evening at Con_ gation Beth El. All reservations and final ar:. gements will be marie for the <. . ;al and Hyman Selzer. Proceeds marked for Pioneer Women's projects in Israel. • Coral Gables chapter. Pioneer V. men. will have a cocktail partj dinner hosted by Mrs. Sam Friday, February 23, \%i Svriside Concert Monday Regular monthly concert of the SOrfside Music .Society will be held klonday, 8:30 p.m.. in Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid. Artists to be featured are Luanne Winlers, soprano, and Victor Marchasie, baritone, who will present a [.rogram of operatic, popular. Hebrew and Yiddish songs. Accompanist will be Ai.o Yaslo. ")ora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stem Sisterhood will hold its monthly meeting Wednesday evening at the Israelite Center. Rabbi Morton Malavsky will review "So Strange is My Path."' by Abraham Carmel. Southeast Unit Elects Officers Mrs. Pauline Epstein is new pre lent of the Southwest Senior C;: zens Friendship Club. Serving with her wilt be Isaia-I I.ehovitz. vice president; Mrs. Ma| Smith, secretary; and Mrs. Till Konigsberg. treasurer. Installation officer was Charles PlOtkin, director. Department of Service to Senior£*tien.s at •.-. Southwest YMHA Branch. Outgoing president, Mrs. Geetri.de Kapralik. was presented w:a ::o!d charm "for her many yean f service." The cl"V also prorated the birthday of Mrs, Emi Wimpfheimer. Mrs. William Carmel, chairman. Mrs. Jack Segal, vice chairman, Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, vice president of fund raising, and Mrs. Ray Morse, Sisterhood president, show some of the merchandise that will be on sale at Sisterhood's annual bazaar and carnival at the Temple Saturday night. Mar. 3. through Monday, Mar. 5. 'Author Night 1 Series Resumes "Florida Author Night program series sponsored by the Miami Publie Library will feature an evening of poetry readings by Miami poets on the night of Mar. 1. 8:30 p.m.. at the Library, l Biscayne blvd. Poets who will read are Ruby Fogel Levkoff. Donna Dolores Kiene. Gloria MacArthur. and Mary Kate Fro^t. Each will read from her own poetry. They will be introduced by Marjorie Stoneman Douglas and Hannah K->hn. poetry critic of the Miami Herald. No tickets are required for the program, which is open to the public. The series is planned under the guidance of Helga H Eason, chairman of community relations for the Miami Public Library. Sabbath Dinner Holidays and every day David, president, ir. her home 610 'eroirmo dr. Cora Gable; S i : : p.m., in honor Bar Mil/in i"r ol I -• -.>. %  Molly Picon's MISH-MASH Lik so many father; of his clay, Papa had his heart set on a I I HI t think he ever forgave me for being a girl. He Mama for it. an 1 constantly referred to me as "Your When my sister Helen was born, it was more than p iuld bear. He said the whole world was ag linst : even his wife. Without a son., who would tarry on name? Ves i\ ekoon was the name Papa came to America with, but tinwry fir~; theatre managers simplified it to Picon. II %  i I 1'kon would be much easier for people to remember. I'm -are he shortened it. though, to save on his electric bill when he put my name up in lights on the marquee. With such a simple name, why did I get so many letters addressed o Mali Pipkin, Maly Picnic, Moly Pippick, and many more interesting variations? That always reminds me of the delightful story Sholem Aleichem (ells about a little boy named Dick. When his teacher asked him how a Jewish IK>V got the name Dick, he answered. "My name was Yitzchok, but the other kids made fun of me, so my Pop changed it to Dick." "But how did you get from Yitschok to Dick?" she asked. "'Oh, that was easy. We changed it from Yitschok to Itzy, Itzy to Pitzy, Pitzy to Ritzy, Ritzy to Richard, and Richard to Dick." When names change, it's usually for the better. But when the weather changes, especially this time of year, it could get cold. You know, the)say necessity is the mother of invention. I think Rokeach invented Barley and Mushroom Soup because in winter it's absolutely a necessity. You'd be surprised what wonderful insulation a nice hot plate of thick, delicious Rokeach Barley and Mushroom Soup can be against the cold. You know why? Because it's full of barley, mushrooms and a lot of other vegetables that give you and the children that extra nourishment you need when it's chilly outside. And it goes without saying, you'll love the long-simmered flavor of all Rokeach soups. So the minute it gets cold, have some Rokeach Barley and Mushroom Soup right away, and see how warm it keeps you. Who need.a fur coat? Kosher your meat and fowl with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt! TT.r;e gfn;rat*o^s of Jewish housewives have put t v it fullest confidence in this famous salt for purity and quality. Its compliance with Dietary Law is absolute. Neither too coarse nor too fine, it is easy to sprinkle and wash off. Perfect, too, for all your seasoning. Today for your holiday cooking and baking get a FRESH NEW BOX of Diamond Crystal Kosher Saltl makes crispier salads >ru^ ; -::f J:.:4 Ordinary salt melts fast, wilts greens. Not so with Diamond Crystal Kosher Salt. It's coarse. So it doesn't melt readily. Just sprinkle on crisp greens. Then shake off. Greens are perfectly seasoned and stay crisp for your favorite dressing. Build your reputation from Cook to Chef t Do all your seasoning xvith DIAMOND CRYSTAL COARSB KOSHER SALT <^^Diamond Crystal Salt Company Film to be Shown At Meeting Here Emma Lazarus chapter of B'nai B'rith Women will meet Tuesda> >vening at Central Beach Elementary School. In honor of Brotherhood Week a dramatic film. The Wall." will be shown. Mrs. Murray Heiken. president of the Miami chapter, will be moderator of an open discussion. Miss Ettie Kurzrok is program chairman. Deep rich mellow tasty... MCHliSS! no other cheese in the world hits the spot like GENUINE IMPORTED SWITZERLAND SWISS CHEESE Buy it sliced or in a big tasty chunk today for sandwiches, omelets, salads, canapes ... for breakfast, lunch, supper and icebox raiding. It's the one cheese everybody loves for true ta'am of Switzerland! Ta'am of Switzerland!



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Friday. February 23, 1962 vJewlsli fkricfian Page 9-A RIZONS WK *? i • i tSSlt", 4 lAJomen's Snilial Qift* JVear $100,000 J\LrL for -7i/on 7-erc ,-r '/ -. ,.• r _> tclvcincc %  %  :. |;m"nl heo i ... .vet* a! the K hote 1 the divi p] ihus tar in : med Jew .; Appeal i am.: tear th 51 i 00 mark lack A '. n, Initial Gifts poii I thai these rese I %  • lar jcsl porIhe %  '• %  • Division I n total. i : • .-. ve str ngly that this is i -ur< ?jgn of succe in the overVV'i en's Division campaign," • M .in said. Martha's staging of High Fashion greats brought unanimous apaus< from the 300 women preset, at did the singing of Mrs. Emil Morton. Tht Junction climaxed a series f smailer meetings. Hostesses at I events included Mrs. A. L. MilkEn, Mrs. Sam Friedland. Mrs .'. cob Entine, Mrs. Saul Sil•( %  nii; • Mrs David Ponve, Mrs. lark L Harris. Mrs A. J. Moisk> Mrs. Mandie Zaban, Mrs. ank, Mrs Carl Weinkle, Hip Isaacs and Mrs. Herbin. Th( Initial Gifts committee .nit: by Mrs Ablin drew hiyh im Mrs. Esther Weinkle %  I Mrs. Inez Krensky, Women's co-chairmei : tig sue %  • %  >: the lunchId only have resultec tremei imounl ol ne beforehand," Mrs and Mrs. Krensky said \ it to express our heart%  • ks to Mrs \ ilin and al i hers w ho w irked so hard.' FACT SHEET T %  National Council of •lev • %  Women 'lps to re -I'f.i'. the many "New Amerwho have escaped escaped from lands of op' '' %  i -•• n or unr si M i than 8,000 individuals annul Uy use the four branches f the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. which provide a professional group work service for the Jewish community to meet the recreation and leisure tinu needs of every member of tbt family. %  *. The Bureau of Jewish Education, designed to improve the educational and administrative standards of Jewish schools in Greater Miami, provides personnel service, licensing of teachers, curriculum guidance, testing, classroom observation, and consultation to its affiliated : Jewish schools. 1 i Mrs. Harry B. Smith (left) and Mrs. Thomas Gerard were two of the well-known Greater Miami women attending the Initial Gifts luncheon. Principal speaker at the Initial Gifts luncheon was Dr. Joseph Narot, shown here with two of the Women's Division leaders. Left to right are Mrs. Mark L. Harris, Dr. Narot, and Mrs. Mandie Zaban. Mrs. Fmil Friedlnr^er (left) discusses CJA affairs with Mrs. Sam Sapiro and Mrs. Oida Rubin. Mrs. Jack A. Ablin (left), Initial Gifts chairman of the CJA Women's Division, talks with Mrs. Max Orovitz (center) and Mrs. Lawrence Marks. The Women's Division Initial Gifts luncheon drew this quartet of Greater Miami community leaders. Left to right are Mrs. A. J. Harris, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Mrs. Charles A. Femberg, and Mrs. Samuel lipton. Key leaders in the Women's" Division ef the 1962 Combined Jewish-Appeal confer at the Initial rfts luncheon in the Eden Roc HBIM. left to right are Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. A. I. Ohekman, Mrs. Jack Ablin, Mrs. Inai Krensky, and Mrs. Samoel Simonhotr. Mrs. Ablin is InitialOtfts chairman, and Mrs. Krensky and" Mrs. Weinkle are co-chalrmenrof the Woman's Division. A



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Friday. February 23. 1962 •f.kwisti Fkrid/ton Page 13-B i Educators Council meets to formulate plans foi promoting information about Jewish National r'und in the religious schools of Greater Miami. Sealer, (left to riqhO are Louis Schwartzman, executive director. Bureau of Jewish Education; Abraham Gittle=on, education director of Beth Torah Congregation; Herbert Harrari, Temple Sina; Hollywood; Herbert Berger, assistant director, Bureau of Jewish Education. Standing (left to right) are Dr. Nathaniel Sorcfi, consultant to the Bureau of Jewish Education; Meyer Sombeig. educaticn direclor. Temple Ner Tamid; Benjamin Udoff. Temple Ernanu-E!; Herzl Honor. Temple Menorah; and Saul Rabin, Beth David Congregation. As a Qpft to suc.jribers. The Jewish Floridian will present free for re asking a corsage to each mother of a Bar or Bas Mitzvah. Requests should be addressed to "Corsage for You," P.O. Box 2973, Miami 1, Fla., one month in advance. Include the name of the Bar or Bas Mitzvah, date and place of the ceremony, home address and telephone number. The corsage will be forwarded.to you courtesy of Blackstone Flower Shops in time for the occasion. : ~ -' Manuel Mendel Suturelay! morning services Feb. 24, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Manuel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mendel. \wth Rabbi Alfred Waxan officiating. Manuel i*-an eighih grade stulent at South Miami Junior Hie.h and plans to Continue his studies i-i the-. jfjemple's confirmation His parents "ill host the Kid-h !c wing tli-.' ceremony. Drew Malamud Drew Jeffrey Malamud will be Mitzvah on Saturday morning, l b 24. al Temp!" Beth Sholom. bi Leon Krunish will officiate. ; of Mr. and Mrs Harold Mala9524 Carlyle ave the Bar '.. zvah .a student of confirmaclasi :i7_:; % %  Eonnie Hoffman Mitzvah of Bonnie Hoffman uill b< observed Fri I iy evening. 23 at Temple Menorah, with '•'in Mayer Abramowitz officiat•onnii is a student al Nautilus NEW POLICY Beginning with February 1, 'here is a service charge lor all Bar Mitzvah photographs appearing in The Jewish Floridian. Announcements of Bar Mitzvah celebrations will continue to be published gratis as before. The service charge is for photographs only. Further information is available from The Jewish Floridian business office, FR 3-4605. Geoffrey Maingort Norman Solomon Nancy Laiarus Diew Malimud cumam It 1-5251 Closed Saturday Sunshine Bakery BAKERS FOR KOSHER HOMES Specializing in WEDDING & BAR MITZVAH CAKES You Call WE OEl/VER Orders $2 or Mara FREE 1043 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH 39. FIORI0A Junior High and the Temple's religious school. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robri Hoffman, will honor her at a coke party Saturday evening in their home. 9898 Broadview ter.. Miami Beach. Roy Weinkle Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will Officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Roy Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs Aaron Weinkle. during services Saturday morning. Feb. 24. at Beth David. Roy is an eighth grade student at I Ransom School. Geoffrey Maingart Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Geoffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Maingart, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Max Birnback, on Saturday morning. Feb. 24. Geoffrey attends Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where he is in the orchestra. He is a member of the Miami Beach Youth Symphony. Marilyn, his sister, will be joined by other members of the family at a luncheon at the Shelborne hotel held in his honor. The Weinkles will host the Oneg Shabbat following Friday evening services and '.he Kiddush Saturday morn in; Norman Solomon Norman Solomon will observe his Bar Mitzvah during services Saturday morning. Feb. 21. at Beth Israel Congregation, with Rabbi H. Louis Rottman officiating. A student at the Hebrew Academy, Norman is active in all athletics. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Solomon, 3055 N. Bay rd., will host he Kiddush following the ceremony, and a reception at the Royal Hungarian restaurant in the evening. Peter Cohen Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cohen, and grandson of Mrs. Jennie Cohen and Ellas Liehtenstein. will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday, Feb. 24. at Temple EniantiEl. Dr. Irving Lehrman Will olficiate. The celebrant is an eighth grade student al Nautilus Junior Hig!*. and his Lobbies are electronicand building Kiddush will be held In Sirkin Hall following the services, and a reception in the Empire room at l he K len Roc will be held In the evening. Nancy Lazarus Bas Mitzvah of Nancy Lazarus, 1630 SW 13th ave., il De ce d al Beth David on Friday • < en ing, Feb 23, with Rabbi Norman •. Shapiro officiating. Daughter of Mrs. Hilda Lazarus and Murray Lazarus. Nancy is an honor roll student in Ihe eighth grade at Shenandoah Junior High. u here she is in t li e special advanced mathematics class, She is s member of L'SY and Future l'(achers. Her mother is presenting her with a trip to Israel next summer m honor of the occasion. Special Educators Council Forming Leon ,1 EM. president 01 the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, and Sol Goldman, former president of the Bureau of Jewish Education and vice president of the .INF Council, announced this week the formation of an Educators Council to promote JNF activities in local religious schools. Louis Schwartzman. executive' director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, Herbert Berger, assistant director, and Dr. Nathaniel SorOff, consultant to the Bureau, have 1 pledged full cooperation of the Bureau "to stimulate a greater aware ess of Jewish National Fund an I its vital program in the upbuilding Of the State of Israel." EducatorCouncil is comprised i I the following educational directors here Herbert Bloom. Temple Belli Sholom; Abraham Gittleson. Beth Torah Congregation; Herbert Harrari, Temple Sinai of Hollywood; Herzl Honor, Temple Menorah; Saul Rabin, Beth David; Bruce | Richman, Temple Beth Sholcm, Hollywood; Ellis Robbins. Temple Judea; Meyer Somberg, Temple Ner Tamid; and Benjamin Udoff,; Temple Emanu-El. Members of the JNF Educators Council assured Ell and Goldman that 'every effort will be exerted to disseminate information regarding Jewish National Fund and its work in our respective schools." LEGAL NOTICE 'Mad Hatter' Luncheon Annual "Mad Hatter" luncheon of B'nai B'rith Women of Miami IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 8F FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1898 KDKII \l. NATIONAL Ml >RT I v .: \ ..-' >< 'i AT ON, .1 i I" <" %  • loll ,-ii undet anil existing III „| il:lav ( the I %  %  I.I '• erica, I'la n •' illKRT H WIXN, aa Trusti •• in lankruiiti |. etc el ;il I lefendants NOTICE OF SUIT TV Rotter! II \\ nn, as Tu.-in' In Ii nki i %  i %  i.-> for Southern Mori | %  i\. in. ;, I-...i-i.i:. eoi p iratl in, 11)21 Towel Bull. in/.. 1403 K SI VV irhinitton, i i.C Roller! M Po • -• Si and Chi ti::. I'ow. re, i.ilie. If alive or :( a !• %  i 'ount> I :;. upon the fol Ing crll >•!:I %  Uorney, Henry li Arrlngton, 1034 \'.\\' Third Ivenue, Miami ::;. Florla. II.II later than Mnrch 26, i I6S, ,i a Decree Pro Confessu will I n%  .-.i against you, Dated: February 21, 1962. K. B. I.KATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court is. all I'.v K M I Y.MAN Deputy Clerk "\i!V II \ Kl.MST) N Attorney f..r Plaintiff •n::i x w Third Avenue Miami ,;. Morida %  : 83, :: 2-9-16 LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE w,ll".^"held Tuesday noon at the ELEVENTH M !" ^ !" "' !" Coral Gables Masonic Temple. COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 61C 13451 SABE VAI ENTE, Plaintiff. \ a, MILDRED REGINA POWELL I'ALKXTK. 11 ifendnnt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: MILDRED REGINA l'< iW'Kl.l. VALEXTE !• • Box 1 I I, Whlti Ho is. .1 ickaont Hie, Plorl In \"l If, MILDREII REOIX \ P' ''VI. I. VAI ENTE. P.o Box ill. u nil. louse. Jac';son\ Hie. ire reItilred to fill i nsw< r ... the la ill I ( : %  • with th C i 'oui t. and serve i i i py m ': no P. Ni : %  •'"!: i" .n : ess lildK.. 111 I An e, Miami. I % %  %  will 1 ken Dated this :li da] I I !962. K B I EATHERMAX. t"I nurt. I>ade Coui II .AXWAY, Depul • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 53941 -C IN RE I Istati ol ETHEI. 1 I'TY Dece ised NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I "redltoi ind All Pi I sons I'.v .. u i %  all .i I 'einands Against Said I-:-I. i ii \\. Iiereh not II I RI •i..,i I present any i 'aim a u in. ii \ n in:n havi nsalnst %  i stm, if ETHEL Ll'TY de • ised ile ol I lAI >E ''•' intj El "i-l-lii, :li i',mnt> .I. : .. %  f mri ,.',. • he sai< • %  In theli Ill V fourth 'UBl 'otinl Florida In sis thi ilnti "I %  nuli'ii ef. or t:ie SII nn> 111 .,• ban d i • %  %  %  i in:i. i.i i De, e .... %  %  i'lii Ah !\ THE COUNTY IUDCPS COURT IN a.NO =OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54919-C %  :'-. %  U.t RED I IN IN I sed MOTICE TO CREDITORS -.OTICE OF W A RE HO U SE MAN'S SALE v. TH %  \,. 11 ... ... .... %  ,'. %  -l: II VAN LIN I i %  Ita lien has In its pi %  n I, %  Houai I Hi \•' %  %  s i Mil i k ii • Ita ml p.. ml t'-.iit ol thi Young Adults Plan Show Young Adult Friends of Israel will present a variety show starring their own members in a series of acts depicting the era cf the 20s. Coordinating the show is Stuart Miller, vice president of the Younij Adult Zionist District. Alvin Schiff is director. The show, which is open to the public, will take place on Sunday evening, 8:30 p.m.. at the Normandy Isle Branch of the Washi ington Federal Savings and Loan I Assn. In addition to humor, pan! tomime, dancing, a barber shop quartet, a chorus line, and dramatic acts, there will also be duets j featuring Beebe Zilber, .Morton i Cohen and Alvin Schiff. Included in the cast are Don Kaplan, Paul Raymond. Kochelle Schrold, Marilyn Schwimmer, Ed I Landy. Charles Bloom. Ernie Soto: men, Sandy I'assorola. Stuart M'ller, Bobbie Benjamin and Bob .Rapaport. All P. • "'tis II • njj i" alms Demands: Agninat Said r Mitrch. !!••<-. during the lemiI h uira i: fore•, ereb.i notified anil re:i .,,,, ., : | | ifternooi %  t : i in I • \ w iith A inn Miami, f lori v h iu ma ha mninst • %  mien MlRED 1'lN' 'N di al, to the hi: In l liiddei for i -li eased Inti if Du.li I n'ltla .... ad Ihe nb |>i opi rt. IUIII I Idgi s of Dale Cn is the pro| • • i Mai : %  lie %  lii ii" In dui i ate n d Itav Drlvi Miami Hi : avldeil In Si tloii 733.16, Florb'a Dated nl Miami, l-'l rlda, Mn2ilth -t.i.ai. s. ill th lay of IV iru il %  .-.in Pade t'nunly, tun ACE-R.R VAN LINES. INC %  v ill II -IN cab n lur months froii •.•::_' tin lime of the tit -1 publlcnl on hereof or the e im ill be bai %  Dated al Miami, Florida, thU 20th i ij ol 1-. bruary, A I' i MAR HE l>l.\i 'X As Administratrix I. N Mi IRRIfc Ait. ii n. for Administratrix MI Ingraham i'.l.u :: 2-9-16 NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN that NOTICE DY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVFNTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA :N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1725 I. ItSE BEN1TI • UAI.ERA I'.iiiiliff. '_ ARSENIA FIDELIXA QALERA I lefendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE the undersUned, deslrlna to engage ... TO ARSENIA PIPELINA GALERA business under the fictitious name ol Santa Emilia #29 REAL-ART si'l' I >li'.-' al 2211 N.W Hauta. Habana, Cuba 3stli A\.-. Miami. Fla., Intends to You are hereby notified that a R ^"Vorce li:i> been register said name n-lth tlu Clerk of Florida the Circuit Court of Dade County, BCl'l II I'RE AIM'S. INC, ii Fla Corp.) Sole iwner BEIOEL. TEITELMAN. ALBERT Attoi -n. > for Applicant 14S2 \^ l Ingler St. 2 2S, 3 1-4-16 ill f Complaint for Dh filed against you, and you are required to serve %  copy, of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill "f Complaint mi the plaintiff's Attorney, Manuel Zalac, 11"^ Congress Buildii4. Miami. Florida, and file ill. original Answer or Pleading In the office of the t'.rk ..r the Circuit Court "ti .r before the -'itb day of March, 1962 if you fall t" do so, Judgment bj default will be taken against you for the n lief demanded in the r.di of NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE l.~ HEREBY GIVEN thai 'omplalnt. the undersigned, desiring to engnve n This notice srall be published business under the fictitious name .•:' 'ach week '-i four consecutive wei -I'HK si'MMIT at 1949 Collins Avenue, In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN I Miami Beach, Florida Intend to register .-iid name itb the Clerk of tin Circuit Court of \'.i'\r County, Floi Ida OH BERT SUNS VLAN '' SENS IRWIN BAKER ARONOV1TZ, SILVER .\SCHER Attornej %  for TinSummit %  ; f, Mnsle> Building Miami. Fiori l i .' 2 DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, i tiiis ir.tii .ia> of February. v lv 1962, I r. I EATHERMAX, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida iseal) By: M CAVALARIS Deputj Clerk MAM'KI. EA1AC IOC .' mgi • -I'.ldg. 1 Miami. 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Page 12-B vJewlsti Fk>rkHar) Friday, February 23. 1962 Yavneh Group Meets Sunday First meeting of a new college student group. Yavneh. was held at David Rosner's Sterling hotel on Sunday evening. Miss Rivkah Teitz, of Barnard College, first vice president of National Yavneh. described the history and activities of Yavneh to a planning com nvttee of seven students from the University of Miami. First meeting of Yavneh on the campus will be held Sunday night Variety Confab Includes Tour Variety Clubs will hold their 35th international convention in Dublin, Ireland, from Ma> 14 to 19. Albert Hirsch, of Miami, chairman of the convention, said thai the program will include a special 18-day European tour for St>47. Departure is from New York on May 13 by Air France, Hirsch said. Itinerary will include four days Jn Dublin for the \ ariety com ilion, and then two days in L< n don, two in Paris, three in Lucen • two in Venice, two in Fl rence and three days in R Further informat : on is available at the Variety Club in the Biscayne Terrace hotel. Miami. 7:30 p.m., at Hillel House on the University of Miami campus. The program for the evening includes 'lection of otticers. a descriptioi .f the Yavneh program at Miami | for this term, and a symposium "New Frontiers in American Ju laism." Yavneh is the nat'onal associ ition of religious Jewish student 1 t was founded in February. 196 iy a group of students at Barnan ,nd Columbia. The University of Miami chap er will constitute the 23rd Yavneh George Goldring, Sidney Shapiro. Seymour Spolter. and Nathaniel Zemel, all class of '63. are planning the first meeting. 'J.S. Team Runs Ahead Alex an,I Reto, the United States •earn, continue to pave ttie Inter lational World S.-riiol Jai-A'a is it hi a Is into the final week o play at the Dania Pa'ac Ondr.rra ,md Aldecoa, representing the Ba que region, hang on in second place, but it will take a i on< er i drive by any of the tea ..to catch the leaders, who pled up a bi; point a \\ antaj e bj w inr \ng two ol the first five games. GEWIRTZ'STBD DELICATESSEN 737 Washington Avenue JE 1-6409 Wishes to Announce THAT STARTING MONDAY, the 26th of FEBRUARY, WE Will CARRY A fUlL UNt Of GLATT KOSHER m uiS. DELICATESSEN TP.STCN TERRACE HOTEL DINING ROOM NOW OPEN FOR NEW SEASON 5E : NG TRADITIONAL FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS 2729 COLLINS AVE. on the OCEAN For reservations Call JE 1-90G3 or JE 1-6651 CHEZ LEON RESTAURANT AUTHENTIC FRENCH CUISINE Be$f Aperitif In Town Good Selection Imported Wine OPEN S:30 to 10 P.M. Closed Friday (Ample Parking in Rear) 128 N.E. 17th STREET Tel. 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In this show biz era of exaggeration, t is a rarity when a star lives up to her press agent's paeans — so you an imagine what an act .Miss Gaynor is presenting to her bedazzled uiriicnces at the Deauville. Usually, an appearance of a feminine novie star on a night club stage stresses her glamor and underplays icr "live" talent for obvious reasons — it just Isn't there. I would say Mitii Gayr.or's abundance of na'ural talent is given greater advantage on a night club stage than on a movie screen, because her best assets, dancing, singing and comedy, plus her .-raceful figure with its flair for displaying costumes, are concentrated in a little more than an hour, without time consuming waste of superfluous dialogue or film footage. Highlight of her act is "Hollywood Caval:ade," where she makes her captivating and fascinating way through four eras of film-making. Rosemary CIconey's family troubles, her separation and pending livorce from actor-director Jose Ferrer, haven'i detracted from her •oral magic, which is on display this week at the Cafe Cristal of the Diplomat. Miss Clooney's striking figure is magnificently gowned, ind her widely-heard voice, on records and TV especially, comes hrough as engaging and ear-pleasing as ever. Bobby Ramsen. a young %  omic with loads of original material, is co-featured in the show, along with an old friend, harmonica wizard. Stan Fisher. Stan, by the way. :ot his professional start while stationed with the Air Force when it was in training in Miami Beach. Nat King Cole, whose soft and ever-relaxing warblings have made him one of the all-time great recording stars, with millions of his discs selling around the world, returns for anotner of his spellbinding sessions at the Eden Roc Pompeii room tonight. Assisting him is the dance team of Brascia and Tybee. -n BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: How busy is the Greater Miami area right now? Well, just try to get reservations "out" for Mar. 1 through 3 on plane, train or bus. They were worried about the overbuilding of hotels and motels. This week they could have used a few thousand more rooms to take care of the overflow. Evidently, our touring fellowAmericans have rediscovered our superb resort. They had to travel far and wide to realize that the very best buy is right here, just an hour, two or three away from the coldest spots up north. Thank goodness our famed weather lived up to expectations with all the thousands on hand to find out if it's true what they say about Miami Beach sun tans in the middle of the winter. Carol Channing. the "blonde gentlemen prefer." makes a two-night stand at the Dade Coutny Auditorium on Mar. 9 and the following day at Miami Beach Auditorium. It's the first presentation to be staged here by William K. Steiner, who has set up convert booking offices here. FOR THE MOVIEGOERS: [n addition to the worthy holdover re served seat hits, "El Cid." Marring Charlton Hesten and. Sophia I at the Roosevelt: "West Side Stor> Natalii v Sheridan: and "Windjammer," the Cinei ilar al thi I ida, the first-run houses an cran med n fan thi "Satan Never Sleeps,'' starring William Holder), in the Pearl Buck story, enacting a priest in China, sided by abl? France Nuyen, and Clifton Webb. In CinemaScope and color, it's diverting screen fans at Carib, Miami, Miracle and 163rd St. Theatres. "Lover Come Hack." th. farci lil highlighting a: Iverti agency, .-tarring Rock Hudson. Hens Daj Edie Adams and 'I Randall, remains on '.he screens of the Olympia. Beach, Gables Shores. Now playing at popular Drices, continuous showing policy at the Lincoln. "Judgment at Nuremberg." has a huge all-star cast, headed by Spencer Tracy. Magna Pictures "Black Tights."' the magical international awardwinning dance-musical, will have its Southern premiere, and its second engagement in the entire L'nitcd States, at the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road Mall. The richest assembly of dancing talent in all the years of motion pictures have been gathered for "Black Tights." the breathtaking Paris filmed motion picture in wall-to-wall and ceiling-tofloor Technirama and Technicolor, says Harry Botwick. of Florida Stale Theatres. SOME QUICK COMMENT: Berkowitz Lombardy hotel. Miami Beach's first hotel to hold the u designate of the Union of Orthodox Congregations, is currently enjoying its second season of successful operation. Under the direction of the Berkowitz family, the resort offers many vacation facilities, and assures its guests strictest dietary supervision. Supervision of all dietary affairs is under the expert direction of Rabbi Weinschneider. who resides on the premises, and is available for decisions on all religious matters. Guests of the Lombardy dine on the unique Berkowitz dining plan, which provides both continental and full course breakfasts, complimentary refreshments served poolside each afternoon, full course deluxe dinner, and complimentary tea time, complete with home made cake and cookies each evening before retiring. Organist Dick Belts, entertaining nightly at the Miami Springs Villas, has a button on his console so secret that even the CIA does not know about it. Dick has a Chamberlin electronic device on the organ which, when the right button is punched, gives out with all kinds of strange and wonderful sounds. Done with pre-recorded tapes, and includes such things as trains, storms, animal noises, also conventional instruments. Turn-away crowds at Murray Franklin's are still the best endorse ments of his traditional fun format. The current crop of laugh producers are headed by Vic Perry, the amazing "King of Thieves," Kay Carole, the mistress of the calculating "insult," and her Yiddish-spout:ing dummy, Tommy, the comedy of Freddy Ross, the hilarious new "Blackouts." paced by veteran Frankie Hyers and Charles "Ducky" Callas, and the singing team of Cookie and Don. Tag Day Figures Released Here Results Of the January fund-rais: ing Tag Days for National Children's Cardiac Hospital have been announced by Leo Robinson, president of the board of governors ot the institution.^, tl t The three-day solicitation sponsored by the South Florida women's chapters on Jan. 12 to 14 pro| duced gross receipts of $32,436.70. "With the new $2,500,000 facilities tor National Children's Cardiai Hospital under construction in the Medical Center." Robinson said ] "continuing efforts will be made to raise the urgently-needed tjnds lor ] the fight apainst rheumatic heart disease in children." Faculty Tea At Emartu-EI Temple Emanu-El PTA ill \ der a "Meet '.h< Faculty" a Sunday, from 3 to 5 p.m.. at the Temple's Nor h Branch bldg.. "th -:. and Dickens ; v Dr. Irving Lehrman B I i thi teaching s t a f i of the r iligious school iil greet the mi %  thai :.(KM) parentwho are exp !ted li altend the aniuii.1 affair. Mrs. Elliot K;.rr:s is PT \ president. Southwest Center Sisterhood Sisterhood <.! Southwest Jewish Center will ha\ a game:; night Wednesday at the Center. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 +Jenisti fkrirfiir Poor* 5-.*. Hebrew Univ. Leaders Hear Balfour Dr. Georqe S. Wise, of Mexico City (left), presents the 1SE2 Scopus Awcrd to Samuel Ro!hberg, of Pecria, Hi., at Sunday I's banquet which high'.ioht=d a three-day n-.t'onal con:erenre of tlie American Friends of the Hebrew University of 'em held at the Americana hotel. eivig an autographed parchment reproduction of the hisric Balfour Declaration of 1917 are Hebrew University founMr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin, of Micmi Beach, from the Earl of Balfour. Loid Balfour gave the principal cd: Sunday night's dinnei honoring Samuel Rothbei ,..-. ; o national conference of the American Friend3 ol University of Jerusalem. "The Hebrew University serves as a beacon to all who believe that the future is with the spirit of free inquiry." President John F. Kennedy wired the national conference of the American Friends 0 oJ.ibe 1 %l& 4 brew University of Jerusalem. which concluded its sessions at the Americana hotel on Monday. The nation's chief executive told Sunday night's dinner honoring Samuel Ro.hherg, of Peoria. 111., "Yen have made a contribution of failh in an educational experiment which has already more than repaid your efforts." Rothberg received t h e 1962 Scopus Award, highest recognition which the American Friends can bestow upon an individual, '"for extraordinary services to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem." He is a founder of the new campus of Israel's first and largest institution of higher learning and a member oi the executive committee and the national board of the American friends. Prime Minister David BenGurion, of the State of Israel, cabled: "I am glad to join you in tribute to my dear friend, Sam Rothberg. His distinguished services to the development of Israel in general and to the Hebrew University in particular are known and appreciated by us allPlease convey to him my best personal wishes on this well deserved honor." Other wires of congratulation were received from Secretary of Ilealih. Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff, of the United States, and from Abba Eban, Is-i rael's Minister of Education and j Culture. Israel's Foreign Minister. Golda Heir, and Finance Minister. L> hui i Recalling his family'', associa with !h( creation oi the Jewish tional home, he q pre tion made by the first I i n he procli o ing oi the Hebrt %  Univi rsitj VI nt Scopus in 1921 efl rl u ithin Pali it wh: came to an end many -edi y< ars ago, is ii resui ii thi am ienl home ol the pi Unless I mis'.in lersti %  ns oi the times, unl ss I h pn foundly mistaki i thi geni the Jewish people, the expenm ipr destined to lne> its 11< cess, on which not onlj mei Jewish birth, but others ?hai the common civilization of world, will have reasoi t< gratulate themselves." :ne %  ... %  >f • %  • It %  : To Discuss Workmen's Circle Philip A. Block will • speaker at a forum oi the I '_ Ten'/. School on Tuesdaj evem.'.r. A representative of thi .' %  v %  • Daily Forward, of Bosi Ma % %  Block will discuss the v. Circle. THE WEEK... IS I SEE II Continued from Page 4-A warns the U.S. against giving assistance to Betancourt's "Socialist waste (which) has reduced Venezuela to near bankruptcy." Mrs. McKinney is a known antiSemite. One can go on and on, analyzing the obvious editorial sib stance of "The Citizen Speaks." In his introduction to the letter from Zayre S t o r e s. Pul Carden says that Dr. Harold is a subscriber To what, then. d< i • hi nbscribi il som< i f his I fi ii '.ds are Jews? Post Script: Dr. Hai zen Speaks" subsci %  • <. %  pic sident of the Com Itee Documentation of Inl • n. i ; n lii regi tei h; -ee Listed as -> ". ;. Ellis Rubin, atto n< The corporation's .. ti. lioi is to make f'l: i:. t activities >>f Jack Gon be ol the Dade Coui I lie Instruction, I ti. %  : II; .: also anni it Mi L'CHAYIM Re?? Official Denies Interview to the American quality of greatness! Continued from Pace 1-A cci lint of the conversations id that he had specified in his Morj that the report had not been i i on an official interview but • I the results of a "private talk." The United Zionists-Revisionists Vmerica meanwhile charged this i k that some Jewish leaders are attempting to weaken Jewish de(rmination to protest the treatmint of Jews in Soviet Russia." They warned that "the hush-hush policy advocated by these leaders may seal the fate of Soviet Jewry to the spiritual genocide to which 'he Communist authorities have I n;ed them." "Voices have been raised lately by some Jewish leaders here and abroad tending to absolve the Scviet Government of charges that it is discriminating against its Jewish citizens and persecuting Jewish leaders with trumpedup accusations," the Zionist Rev : sionist statement said. •'There is an obvious effort to ease the public's fear about the Soviet's anti-Jewish policy. We deem it therefore encumbent upon s to warn Jewish and free world opinion not to fall prey to these -nothing voices lest it will be too late to save Soviet Jewry from the spiritual genocide to which it is doomed by Communist policy." Lev! Meyers Harby Early American naval heroHarby's rise to rank of Captain at the age of 25 forecast a distinguished career. He fought in the War of 1812. in the Mexican War which brought Texas into the Union, in the defeat ot the pirates of Algiers and Tripoli, and in the Civil War. Being a son of South Carolina, he t on the Confederate side. gg/Pggg S^ fhOME IN YOUR OSDJRS FR 4-2710 FR 4-G783 1789 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD We Pack 'em Rite Here! 11 Op. Doily SM. 1 A.M. 10 P.M.| LORD 77/ c L'CIiayim}\liiskey ... LPRD CAL\^EFCT Truly the American Whiskey of DistinctionUncompromising people make Lord Calvcrt; discerning people enjoy it. H fWOr Y.\ STMI6HI WMtMitS MS Ml MOM


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"Jewish Floridian Combining WE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Vt me 35 — Number 8 Miami. Florida. Friday. February 23, 1962 Two Sections — Pi;ce ZZc Red Denies Saying Jews Are Security Risks Charges Interview With Yiddish Press Journalist Cited Views Inaccurately MiKli.NATION'S— MTA—Vadin. Bogosii vsky, a >"vwi member : %  ire United Nations staff who had been widely quoted as saying thai twish scientists in the Soviet Union are being watched as alleged .my risks, denied this week hi made anj such statement to a ter for the Yiddish-language daily, tin Day-Morning Journal EPOiE CANTOR TO BE HONORED Israel Bend Inaugural ening Here Friday; reporter said fla'ly that the •: ofiieuJ did make the StateThe Soviet official said he had ~CT the reporter in the UN deleM s lounge and had several :as.al conversations, during nhich the reporter had tried to c--w htm out on the situation : ; -e Jews in the Soviet Union. -i said he had replied that he unfamiliar with the topic he halived outside the • U-iion since 1956. He also said th?f, contrary to the ac%  in the Morning Journal, he I nst born in Odessa, nor was ; mother Jewish. repi rter, Gershon Jacobson. hal bis repor; was an acC?ntinued on Page 5-A JACK bfNNY ... to lead c'lebmfion Communist Press Provoking AntiiS l*wJ Negev Will be Theme A> delegates gathered here this week for the opening of the thi < %  day 1962 inaugural conference for Israel Bonds, Prime Minister B Gurion hailed Eddie Cantor as a high example of American Jewish leadersh'p in behalf of Israels growih and development. The high point of the conference. r a ^emtisni NEW YORK—(JTA)—Soviet m pen rea hinj here with the .: J ( %  in Vilna havi I er.t. ed this eek to death and [ %  : %  ti prison terms n to 10 y< ars for I -cui encj speculation" rev a peal to a ti-Semitic feelings, according to an analysis in tl %  New York li.: ild-Tribum The ana > >is described the treatmen) ol Jews in '.he Soviet press living alleged economic Offi nses as "unprecedented," declaring that the press seldom reports on criminal or judicial proDevaluation Upheaval Ebbing As Fiscal Action is Advanced CABINET LISTS ALLtVIATIONS PAGl 3A -. the analysis asserted thai in the last three months major %  al and national journals had i -,;ribi I "in lurid detail" the conv:ctians and d ath sentences of 12 Russian Jew s "for sell serving nomii %  • %  ii i ies." During 1961, 2i other Russian .lews received rison sentences in such cases. The analysis said that the geographic pattern of the press reports "and the careful labeling of Jewish principals make it which will launch this year's drive to raute $66,500,000 to stimulate Israel's economic progress, with articular emphasis on the settlement .f the Ni gev, will be the celebration of the 70th birthday of Eddie Cantor on Saturday night at the Fontainebleau hotel. In a c*'.:'v addressed to the conference, Mr. Ben-Guiion declared thit Carter's dedication Of his 70th bitihJay to the launching cf lh 1562 Isiael Bond campaign is "symbolic of a lor.q career of devotion to your people and to humanity." ; >aj| n %  : tribute lo Cantor's work ael, the Prime Min-:, : %  R a d: "With tl e help oi peo>le like yourself, the Builders of Israi l will c ntnue in this deisivt year of emergency immi%  ration tu fulfill the primary function ol a Ire •. independent Israel n providing life and a future for cur fellow Jews." A leader of Israel Bonds since Continued on Page 6-A LOUIS BOYAR nationol chairman i SALEM (JTA) The nomic upheavals touched off by II devaluation of Israel's pound n to subside this week under •M. impact of strenuous Govern• emergency fiscal moves. At the end of the first week of vperience with the devalued curency, rocketing prices began to t'.abilize and the rush of Israeli cit;2ens to convert their cheaper inds into commodities eased substantially. Nearly I £5.000.000 • ere funneied into Israel banks in payoffs of dollar-linked mortgages MIAMI MOVES One of the first groups to take advantage of a mor!• concession granted by t^ie Government was the Miami Group of investors, which raised S2.000.000 within a few days to pay off at t h e pre-devaluation rate I £6.000.000 of the I £8.000.000 in dollar-linked loans granted by the Governments Tourist Development Corporation for the group's hotels in Israel. Y. Federman. head of the Miami group, who left for the U.S. Monday, raised the required sum from among the members of the group, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reported this week. ir. cases where an emergency Treasury regulation permitted such payments at the old rate ol exchange. The impact of devaluation on a currency substantially tied to the American dollar also carried the threat cf a political crisis. A folldress debate was held in Israel's Parliament in which Finance Minister Levi Eshkol was assailed from the right for policies allegedly too little and too late and from the left for "robbery of the masses." While the Government's fiscal 1 experts worked feverishly to easthe apparently unexpected impact on prices. Eshkol delayed a Cabinet bid for a Knesset vote on the new fiscal policies. Opposition parties filed three non-confidence motions. Of more concern to the dominant Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Page 10-A CSCrClOPfDIA CITtD AS SUNOIROUS Court Convicts Publisher For Slur Against Leon Blum court convicted this week the pub ^ ^ llf( tmu fasclsts and olner | iishers of the Larousse EncylopeantJ SelI ltt s had contended that 1 c!ia on charges of slandering thej t nis was his rea | name, to "expose memory of the late Leon Blum and him as a foreign Jew." ordered payment of damages of | ^ pub|ishers nad pleaded that 1.000 French francs ($200) to ROD-1 ^ resp0ll; :,bility for the slandercrt Blum, son of the late French ^ ar U c le rested on one of the constatesman, tributors but the court rejected Ilobert Blum had sued the Encythat defense, holding that the pubclopedla firm for publication of an I Ushers had been guilty ot failing article asserting *^ !" ^ Continued on Page 16-A French Premiers real name was| UN Restricts Z0A Program UNITED NATIONS—(JTA)—A • program planned by the Zionist Organization of America at its seminar at the United Nations could not be carried out because of restrictions imposed by UN officials, it was reported here this week. The officials emphasized that the restrictions were imposed as a result of the UN policy not to involve tht international organization to religious ceremonies. U.S. in $10 Million Loan to Israel i ,. u c-ni\:rTON (JTA) The • ducts processing equipment The WASHINGTON — ,Jln r arries the nomina interest i week it had granted Israel a loan oi; ten an ^^ mtW ^r^^^\^^^^ the Un .ted Israel's economy. The tuna ""* agreed to sell $39,600,As a result, the chanting of the Hebrew liturgy, "El Mole Rachamim," in memory of the late UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold did not take place. Photographs were barred, and a memorial scroll scheduled &f or presentation to the secretariat in tribute to Hammarskjold remained in the ZOA office. No member cf the UN secretariat was present to receive it a n d ncne attended any part of the ceremony, in which a minute of silence was substituted for the liturgy. About 800 top ZOA leaders from all parts of the United States came to the UN Conference Room 1 tor the ceremony. Among those listed i as speakers were Ambassador Adlai Stevenson and ZOA president Max Bressler. The Ambassador did not show up and Mr. Bressler did not speak. The change in the Saturday. Egypt will get wheat, flour, cottonseed oil and soybean oil with payments to be made in Egyptian currency. in Cairo it was announced that th IS granted $40,000,000 in aid memorial prayer was made at the o tne iSd1 Arab Republic to uques; of retiring UN LndersecreLui.cUra.n storage plants" Of this tary Andre* W. Cordier. who said Continued on Page 3-A Continued on Pag* 1S-A



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Fere 14-A *Jenii.tf mrfdf.Tir Friday, February 23, 1962 Foreign News Utter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Ben-Gurion Acknowledges the Role of Stern Organization Jerusalem A RTICLES IN THE PRESS, public gatherings and a broadcast over -Kol Israel" marked this past week the twentieth anniversary of the death of A\raham Slern-Yair. Twenty years ago he was shot dead in a room in Tel Aviv by the British police, which had been searching tor him over a Ions pen.',! of time. The Mandatory Government had "placed a price on his head, and the capture of Stern became priority number one with the British security forces. All the measures and the machinery set in motion seemed to be in vain, until one day there came the terse official communique that Stern was apprehended and shot while trying to escape. The police had discovered his hiding place where he lived under an assumed name. Did he try to resist arrest? Did he try to escape? There is good ground to doubt it. Isn't there always! Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINPLIN Something Like \A Monologue TALES OF HOFFMAN. By William Hoffman, drawing by Marilyn Goffstein. 244 pp. neapolis: T. S. Denison & Company, 321 Ave., So., Minneapolis. $3.95. With Min. Fifth w ILLIAM HOFFMAN is a community welfare planning director and part-time sociology prolesSi Paul. He grew up in St. Paul's West Side. sor in St. Paul. He grew up which bears a remarkable resemblance to New York's East Side. The same poverty, the same probkms of immigrants making their way in the world ihev never made, the same warmths and the same -adnesses enrich Minnesota memories and lend Mr Hoffman's little tales a universal folklore appeal. Thev are not all good, these stories, and the bad ones read like a Sam Levenson monologue—not quite witty enough to be good humor, and too sentimental to be really poignant. But there are others sentimental without being mawkish and unashamedly lender which soar above the less successful offerings. These are the stories which almost inevitably have to do with the passage of time, with aging parents and their relationship to their children, with :he widowed father or the dying mother. Here, among the most elemental feelings. Mr. Hoffman is most at home, and his writing achieves a dignity of phrasiim which one misses in the other tales. These are quiet stone.There is not much conversation in them: when there is. it still manages to come out like a I.even-on script in sell-conscious dialect. Occasionally a dialogue is a deliberate play between two people to mask their lack of real communication, and when this happens one can forgi\e the joke-book repartee. Mostly, however, the stories are narrative, and they have a sorrowful charm which mitigates the lack of sophistication. Not that a little sophistication wouldn't help; there is one story. "Long Distance." which would crack like a whip were not the ending quite so sweet, and any one of them would benefit immensely from a touch of bitters. Bitterness is to sorrow as salt to meat; it improves the flavor and. within the Jewish experience. it kashcrs it—if you will. Apparently it has become somewhat passe to write of the immigrant milieu, now that the majority are a generation or two removed from those days. We still tend to think of that writing as the more indigenous American Jewish expression, however; perhaps because the later writing—"Majorie Morningstar" et aln—is m6re American and less Jewish. I am sure, as we learn more about what a Jew in America really is and how to symbolize it. that there will come a time when we will not have to depend on East Side (or West Side) stories to characterize i, for US. Mr. Hoffman's tales, however flawed, represent the roots of the American-Jewish experience, and the roots are in the heart. Panorama: not end the activities of the anks Ihere came a number ot ave their lives ill battle and on the Stern's death did group out % %  ; martyrs w I'" 1 The storv of LECT11 is told in a recently published and forceful book by Geula Cohen. "The Story ot i Fi inter As a young girl. Geura"-belongwrto • the group's tup leadership. Her voice was familiar # to all—She was the announcer of LECHI'S elan.leradio station. Once she was apprehended by sentenced to a long prison term, but esStern-Yair was the founder of the most extr> • and radical group dedicated to the ouster of the British from Palestine, the LECHI ,Lochamey Cherut Israel—Fighters for the Freedom of Israel i and known also as the 'Stern Croup." To Stern even the "Irgun" llrgun Tzvai Leumii-from which he broke off—was not extreme enough, and the difference of approach did not concern so much the nature and the extent of the terror-operation.-, there was above all the difference in the political concept accompanying the action. Stern viewed the British regime as Enemy Number One. and his approach is perhaps best illustrated by the fact that, at one stage, he evolved a plan which envisaged some kind of cooperation with Nazi Germany in the days of World War II. Stern's ar-tu ment was that overriding any other consideratiom was the salvation of European Jewry being decimated by the Nazis and bringing them to the shores of Palestine. For this, two things had to be assured that the Jews be allowed to leave the Nazi occupied areas and that the gates of Palestine—which the British had closed to Jewish immigration—be forced open and the country freed of the foreign ruler. %  stine the police' taped. The book, which reveals a great literary talent, is not limited to accounting the heroic deeds, but also provides the ideological background and. more than • h it affords a penetrating insight into the soul and (he 'heart of the Fighter for Israel's Freedom; ot his dreams and visions as well a* of the bitterness that filled his world vis-a-vis the attitude of the organized Jewish community and its leadership which labeled them "terrorists" and often joined hands with the British in fighting them. Geula Colun had sent a copy of her book to Prime Minister Ben-Gurion. Few expected Ben Gurion to react the way he did. He invited Geula lor a talk to Sdeh Boker and later sent her a 20-page letter which ends with the words: "Holy is the pen that wrote this book." In glowing terms. Ben-Gurion tells in his letter how moved he was by the book which he rea.l "in one breath." though he emphasizes and explains why he still rejects the politico, ideological concepts which underlay the heroic deeds of LECHI and its martyrs. •I have no doubt." writes Mr. Ben-Gurion. "that Yair was one of the outstanding figures that we had during the British mandate, and I respect and revere wholeheartedly both the poetry and the steel of his stormy soul, as well as his tireless devotion to the redemption of Israel. But I reject without reservation his political methods." In her replv. Geula Cohen does not yield any ground and argues the case of LECHI with the same forcefulness and deep conviction as she did in her book. • foreign Newsletter TULLIA ZEVI Jews Urged to Alter Attitude Toward Spain Madrid "^HE JEWISH organizations of the I world and the State of Israel." according to Max Mazm. president of the Madrid Jewish community, "should endeavor to rectify their attitude, which is still often erroneous in spite of appreciable progress, as far as their approach toward the Spanish Government^ is concerned, with the following purposes: "1. Inform both Jewish and non-Jewish public opinion of the tru'h concerning facts and decisions of the Spanish people and of their Government in all problems concerning Jews throughout the 25 years ot the Franco regime. "2. Adopt an attitude of understanding for the efforts made by the Spanish people to achieve higher economic and social standards of living, whenever the intervention and collaboration of certain Jewish circles or organizations might contribute to it. It would be of the utmost importance that the Jewish press and publications rectify anti-Spanish feelings which, without any consistent bast-. appear from time to time. "3. As far as Spanish-Israel relations are concerned. I can say that the Spanish people follow with interest and understanding the efforts of the Jewish people aimed at reconstructing a homeland, in order to allow Jews to live with dignity without being exposed to persecutions and vexations similar to those suffered in a recent and in a distant past. The problem of official relations between the two countries (no diplomatic relations of any sort exist between Spain and Israeli depends upon the general policies of Spain and not from any kind of animosity or of specific discrimination against the State of Israel. The normalization of such relations must be considered and foreseen within the framework either of a solution of the of problems afflicting the Middle East, or of a change Spanish policy toward the Arab states." In replying to a question on the discrimination against Jews in the Spanish civil administration and in the Army (where apparently Jews cannot advance above the rank of tergeant). Mr. Mazm admitted that "although no specific law exists preventing non-Catholics from becoming officers of the Spanish Army, .fews could not become officers •Administrative silence" is the way Mr. Mazin define! the technique adopted to achieve this exclusion, which he attributed to ecclesiastical pressure. He added that, recently, he had taken cautious and personal steps in favor of a young Jew who wanted to become an officer, but with no positive results. It is also presumed that this technical exclusion would apply to other branches of the administration, it the ease occurred. Between You and Me: BORIS SMOLAR By DAVID SCHWARTZ Rough and Ready Almogi Insists He's Polite THE WATERFRONT in other parts o' the world may be tied up with cnm< and links to the underworld. It's not si in Israel, according to Joseph Almogj presently Minister without Portfolio u the Israeli Cabinet, and the man win knows more about the Israeli longshore men than anybo !y else. Almost single I handed, Almogi recreated the Haifa port| after the Arabs departed en masse. Until his appointment to the Israel Cabinet. Mr. Almogi was Secretary General of Mapai, Israel's dominant political party. He is in the United States for a month's tour of the country on behalf of Israel bonds. Almogi had been in command of the Hagana at the outbreak of Israel's war of liberation. In the port of Haifa, only about 30 of some 10.000 workers were Jews. The Arabs were asked to remain and Almogi thinks they were >: a mind to. but were threatened by the Mufti "with the loss of this world and the world to come" if they did not leave, According to the Koran, by not joining their Moslem brethren, they would be damned in the world to come and moreover they would lose the present world. Almogi himself, with something of the hefty structure of a longshoreman, has a reputation for a rough and burly manner, which he feels is quite undeserved As we were talking, the telephone in his room rang and Almogi answered. Soon he was laughing. "You know what that man said to me? He was surprised. I talk so polite. I don't know where the public got M false an image of me. I am in fact a very polite and friendly person. Do you know that I was "sandek" (godfather) to some 300 children in Israel?" He admits however to a directness of speech. Volunteer Workers J EWISH COMMUNAL services todaydepend very much on volunteers— I especially on volunteer womanpower. Volunteers play a major part in fundraising campaigns, work in community | centers, serve in hospitaland are active in various other fields of Jewish communal life, Women volunteers are the lifeline of such organizations as Hadas-I -ah. National Council of Jewish Women, ORT. American Jewish Congress, Pioneer Women, and many others. In 1961. women's gifts to local Jewish federations and welfare funds represented 11 percent of the total monies raised in the Jewish communities. In 52 communities alone some $.").600.000 were raised by the women's divisions of the local campaigns. The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds is. therefore, now. Studying the problem of retention of volunteer womanpower in the communities and also of increasing it. It is noticed that many women are returning to paid employment Uurebv giving much less time to volunteer work than formerly. others drift from Jewish volunteer work into the non-sec tarian field to a point where many non-sectarian groups have become overwhelmingly Jewish. On the other hand, there is a steady growth of women volunteers in the suburban Jewish communities where women, not men. are the chief initiators and supporters for Jewish educational work and family and casework sen" ces. In the larger communities, there are Jewish women who claim that their obligations to their home and children leave them no time for participation as volunteers in communal service. However, many of these women spend endless hours on the telephone, in shopping, at the beauty parlor, playing cards, or going to lunchs. There are. of course, also women who manage their home interests and also find sufficient time to participate in communal programs.



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Say. February 23. 1962 •, J^n fafi ftmrlc/r^n Page 3-B H I HI Medical Center Hails Miamians %&• Miami area women were hailed for helping the American Medical CiiUer at Denver to achieve '"a Twentieth Century Passover" to fnc all humanity from the bondage of cancer. Cited were members of the hospital's Coral chapter. Mrs. David Bendell, president. 7240 SW 125th St.; Biscayne chapter. Mrs. Pascal. president, 15795 NE 13th ave.: Flamingo chapter. Mrs. Murray I.evrant. president. 8ti4 80th st.: Greater Miami Auxiliary. Mrs. Kate Klatzkin. president. 334 20th st.: Lamplighters, Mrs. Charles If. Lynne, president. 7435 SW 57th st.; Sunrise chapter. Mrs. Richard Pallot, President. 71(15 SW 61st St. ^** • v.. {Metropolitan Miami's greetings are brought to the Mizrachi Ichildren being educated in schools oi the Mizrachi Women's [organization oi America in Israel by Metro Commissioner IChuck Hall at a reception which the five local chapters tendered to Mrs. Moses Dyckman, the organization's national •president. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, distinguished for her many Iphilanthropies, was named a "Mother-in-Israel" at the recepItion. Rabbi Alexander Gross ,of the Hebrew Academy, spoke |at the function. ^ ( ler Tamid Meet Wednesday Sisterhood of Temple Ner Tamid ,. hold its monthly meeting next Wednesday evening in Sklar Auditorium Mrs Murray A. Shaw, president. l.ii and 11, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Carlton Blake, and plans lor an annual donor luncheon •whose chairman is Mrs. Eugene Schwarz. Program for the evening will feaI ture Dr. Seymour H. Fine, son of Sisterhood vice president. Mrs. Henrietta Fine. Dr. Fine's subject will be "Diet and freight Control for Better Health." Miss Miami Contest Opens Application.now are available for the 1962 Miss Miami contest sponsored by the Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce. In addition to many prizes and trophies, the winner will be official hostess and representative tor the City of Miami, and will represent Miami in the Miss Florida Pageant later this year. The win1 ner of that contest ; s Florida's representative in the Miss Americi contest. Applications may be obtained at the City of Miami Publicity Dc partment. 320 NE 5th st. Deadline is Mar. 9. This year's contest, according to Richard Bradley, chair man. will take place Apr. 7 at tfr Bayfront Park Auditorium. Entrants must be single, and between 18 and 26 years of age on Sept. 1. Also Tropical chapti r, Mrs Jack Groman, president, 7533 Adventure ave.; past president of the National Council of Auvliarics of the American Medical Center at Denver. Mrs. Ben-Henry Rose. 11 Island ave.. Belle Isle: president of the Miami Council of Auxiliaries. Mrs. Bertram J. Thorpe. 1025 W 47th st.: and Mrs. Al Geestein, membership co-chairman. Ttfli ingarin st.. Coral Gable*. The praise was contained in a special Passover greeting from Charles C. Winocur. president of the Jewish-endowed, non-sectarian research and treatment hospital. whose patients come from all parts of the world ••There is no hitler way for American Jewry lo celebrate the deliverance ol our people from slavery in Egypt." Winocur said, than by our dedication to the fighl against cancer being conducted al the 58 y ar-old hospital with an open door for all mankind.'' Since its founding as the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society in 1904. the American Medical Center has given 3.591.951 days of care to 10.794 ir.paticnts and untold number of outpatients without any charge to the patients, a ma.jurity of whom.were sponsojkfd by the hospital's volunteer auxiliaiy i members. While continuing its treatment %  of chronic chest diseases, in 1964 the hospital added the career research and treatmenl program under the direction o! Dr. Robert A. Huseby, nationally recognized authority on the effect of hormones in the treatment of cancer. sunshine fashions trend setter In the south Shop Burdine's for the Sooth's widest assortments best in values newest in fashion and home trends. Use one of our Sunshine Credit plans to shop ... the nicest way to own what you want when you want it. Shop mond.y and friday nigh*, iiami. miami baach 'til • 143rd .traat, ft. laudardala, wart pah" baach l.i :30 AfeW MAR-PARV is made with pure poly-unsaturated vegetable and corn oils... high in linoleates Menorah Women 'Ian Luncheons Mrs. Al Schwartz. Torah Fund chairman of Temple Menorah Sisterhood, is sponsoring a brunch in the Social Hall on Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Sam Belsky is hostess Lind chairman of the day. Thai luncheon, sponsored by (Mrs. Lillian Rothchild and Mrs. (Pauline Levy, will be held TuesIday, Mar. 6. Proceeds will go to horah Fund. Mrs. Ray Morse is i Sisterhood president. TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes, there's Yom Tor spirit la this fine tea... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas* ore with your fleishigs and snilchigs and between meal refreshment ... To reduce saturated fats In your family's diet—M AR-PARV is now made with pure corn oil and other vegetable oils ... polyunsaturated to preserve their natural high linoleic content. This important "High V factor is the biggest food news in a long time—a vital key to diet health protection for your family. So take advantage of it in MAR-PARV. Delicious as it is nutritious—MAR-PARV has a sunny bright flavor and goldensmooth texture... making it a grand table spread and simply wonderful in your cooking and baking. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 ftJmtffft ncridlian Pace 11-2 JFCS Membership To Meet Here \n overall view of agency serviU hi rhlighl \\\:' program ali K :i m i I y and Cl Idre I'I 5 Is a meeting for its 300 members at the Du;• %  /., noW "i>n Wedi ning. Feb. 28. A panel composed i members • ;, | oard i ; dacctoi and I ifl describe Ine w irk i i ncy's \ ai ious di icst ions p i i. • audii m e. •i ihi i'i pre Vl i i assel, mi mber of the I ,,-,; "Ti i Mi aning \u mbership." 'lshcr provide Ihc introduction program. Jewish Fa mils n Child : [ the Unitcd : Dade < ind ol the i r Miami Jewish Fedcrati in. Youth to Speck At Beth E! Steven Mackauf will speak on "A Teen-Ager Looks al Brotherhood" rii services Friday evening at < ongregation Beth El. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Macktuf, and grandson 4th STREET • MlAM: BAQH %  -W (' vrfw/ZAf Jfc wmj£&i*p\ For Elegant FunctionsComplete Catering Facilities tor that Special Party served in superb fashion within a luxurious setting that will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3,900 suests. Supervised Kosher Caterina Available •ee w mir it coetmeMto _IEAUVILLE BILL COLORING. Eeeutiv Food Director PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT •7lh STRUT, MIAMI BEACH



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Tnday. February 23, 1962 +Jm>isl f th^idSan Poge 5-3 C rancer JL^zaoiuQ Jjrinas em in J-c 9 Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Mitchell hold the new Torah Scroll which -:ev presented to Temple Adath Yeshurun in honor of their rC!h wedding anniversary. The Scroll was dedicated during inspiring service at the Temple last week. Rabbi Max Zucker and Cantor Abraham Reisman officiated. By FRANCES LEHMAN The Grand Ballroom of the Fonj tainebltau hotel was a beautilul sight—red candles^jcd cupids, red. flowers, and over a thousand worn-1 en, who chose to give their hearts to the Cancer League cause. One i table proved to be the center of at-, tention. Then sat Elhel Merman,' looking delightfully young in aj shocking pink straight lined dress i with her short reddish hair in a becoming brushup. Beside her. sat blonde Mitzi Gaynor. looking adorable in a kelly green dress with a square sailor collar in back and a -of: bow in front. With them was Jean (Mrs. Morris' Lansburg. and how she cculd be at the luncheon i when she was to be hostess at a big party that night seemed a mysI lery. Jean was wearing a Jackie Kennedy-style dress of white >iik with hand-painted design in green and yellow on the blouse. The design was also appliqued on the sweater, fitting at a table nearby was Mrs. Karon (Polly) de Hirsch Meyer in n chartreuse all-over embroidered French silk dre.-s and jacket with a how in back. With it she wore a sable collar and sable hat. On her right was Mrs. Ben Cohen in yellow. Mrs. Cohen customanlly chooses one color, and the Amelia Gray dress from California she wore was enhanced by matching gold accessories — and also ^ by dimples. Mrs. Paul Bromberg designed her own two-piece Irish linen suit with a cemlian mink collar. The linen actually did come from Dublin where, she has relatives. Mrs. Sidney Ohrbaeh wore a strawberry Rivera y Mojena wool, with a diamond buttertly high on her sleeve. With it. she wore a magenta, pink and strawberry toque. Her dauyhitr-in-law, Loretta (Mrs. Mel) Ohrbaeh. was stunning with her white complexion, smooth black hair, and long-sleeved black dress, featuring a white full-draped collar and cults. Loretta. incidentally, played the part of -Nobody" in West S.de Story at the Coconut Grove Theater, and has a part in the "Everglades Series." which will be seen here in about three months. Mrs, Bernard Firestone was in a white shirtmaker with a navy blue sweater. Mrs. Fred Meyer chose a beige ensemble with black accessories. Mrs. Lester A. Russin wore a gold wool, two-piece suit with three-quarter-length sleeves and a leopard collar. Mitzi Gaynor To be Attraction New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammonia • • • • • • • • • • cleans everything j from the floor up! • Mitzi Gaynor and her review will be the starring attraction at the Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach's annual dinner dance at the Deauville hotel on Sunday, 6 p.m. Mrs. Murray Sonnett is chairman, with Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, Mrs. Robert Jackson and Mrs. Arthur Hornreich in charge of tickets. Mrs. Melvin J. Richard, president, has announced that the affair is sold out. All proceeds will be used for the care and rehabilitation of the emotionally disturbed children at the Montanan Clinical School. Mrs. Aaron Rader wore a navy dress with a sleeveless jacket trim'orcc cd in red and a red bag. -Mrs K. erine Robertson, sister-in-law t Leon Lowenstein. chose a wtv.'e knit suit with a cable cord sweater and a vivid green chiffon so :: around her hair. Mrs. A. Herbert Mathis looked lovely in a BIT.art rose-colored outfit. Mrs. Rh/ia Levine was in a green print v.:i furred sweater. Barbara (Mri Neil) Schiff wore a green silk j?. %  :• 11 dress t h e exact color of eyes. The bodice was o! green h'lue chiffon. Mrs. Emil Moi n u a s in white, with a linger > matching coat, black jewelry. accesories that highlighted black hair. Selma Oritt. in an Israeli beige knit, was receiving c pliments on her new bracelet t • it curled around like a snake and h two huge green moery pearls emeralds, Sally (Mrs. Harold Spaet i raspberry suit, with the pict collar that looks so well on I and a raspberry il r a p c d hamatch. Janet (Mrs. LevSei In a green Serbin button-down. side with white buttons. At a table over near the cor sat Dave Phillips, his brother. St Phillips, of St. Paul. Col. Ja.c: Avery, Col. Brody. and Baron Hirsch Meyer. YUBAN SALUTES The Simcha of Modern Israel TEL AVIV on the Mediterranean Sea is a city of wonder, Israel's 7ar^ and one of the world's most exciting. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 +Jewisti ncrMinn Page 7-A onimunity Center Youth Eye Thorny Problems y,. ian's analysis of fraterni• v college campuses has ature treatment In the I issue ol Esquire MagaThe I %  I lysis, in a mg leti "Aftermath," Is from ,; %  ater Miami Jewish Center exccu ive. He i Tropp, GMJCC assoclh mai > 5 >ars of ex[he Cent< r m ivement, n relalioi ships that govr IJ know i L speaKS. An example is I. .. ii eighth annual teen. e of the Greater Miami ['i mun : Center hi Id al |.u |, nt Plaza hotel back in %  ... i: pp sees it, "a greal deal ol > mtp k'ersy seems to have been the conclave." Some of it>,,. eonti iversy involves these isI• V\eie these young people a topical troup of Jewish youth? • D.c they have an antagonistic view cf public education and Jewish education? • Shcjld teens be permitted to criticize their elders or the establish* d institutions? • She.Id adults accept the answers of teens at face value, and simply fallow their advice? • K.nir hundred boys and girls of i-nior high school age. representj • Y" clubs, got together in ronterence. and devoted I attention to a seriea of ten multar.eotu workshops dealing ainly with the problems of educaI n.unly. the tac: that so lanj Ji vish youth thought it imI l to give up a Sunday afterI iil down and discuss serituint'i>. could hardly be a [ .i r complaint." T pp*s view, "it was recoghizcd thai it would be foil} to simple permit the unleashing of wild knd irre.-ponsible criticism. Several flips were taken in consideration us p issibittty. There was prior Kon>uI'ation with officials' of both lb. pul ic and Jewish educational '. stems in Dade county, who were lid vised in detail about the plans. < vhose suggestions were, for file mou part, incorporated in the f .'. There was a training f all discussion leader-;. t p techniques for stimulati | .Miits ot \ ieu and for deTHE MADISON Ovcrloclrtna Ocean al Illinois Ave. ATLANTIC CITY Phone 344-8191 Weekly Pcckone Plan Incl. Meo/s JCO20 Per Perion from v iJJ 2 in room PRIVATE BATH All FREE • Bicycling on 3-oadwalk Rolling Chair R it Bo Salr Water Taffy CocbM I P • %  PIUS free atliactioni jv'l'ble 'o guels Moviei Bingo TV Write for SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES DAIIY RATES S|> Per person F'om 2 in room Including Meals one! Private Bath C. STITZER, Prei. Community service activities are among the most important phases of the teen age club program of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. Thirty-three clubs of senior high age compete annually for the community service award given to the outstanding group. Shown above are club members at the North County Branch working on a rummage collection, as one of their many projects. Standing (left to right) are, Linda Berger, Sandy Rothenberg and Sue Freundlich. Helping them is club advisor Arlene Heller. terming whether there was a conreported in detail in the Dec. 15 sensus or split opinion. issue of The Jewish Flondian. The findings have been presentThese are valuable and important e.l to the various authorities, as | findings. Responsible leadership U.S. Investors View Israel By Special Report NEW YORK — Some 30 prominent America i businessmen, serving on the board of the AMPALAmerican Israel Corp.. most of them accompanied by their wives. left la-t w.ek via El Al Israel Airlines on the .") liou-nule flight to Israel to take a close look at the many varied investment projects in which their corporation holds substantial interests there. The AMPAL American Israel corporation, largest private group ii American investors in Israel. marked its -0th anniversary with i 10-day meeting ol its board of directors in Israel from Feb. 4 to 14. AMPAL was established in 1942 io mobolize investmenl capital tor the advancement of the Israeli economy. its establishment in 1942, AMPAE American Israel Corp. has channeled more than 5375 milit n io the economy of Israel. Its Periodontist to Speak Miami Beach Dental Society will hold its next meeting on Monday, (i:30 p.m.. at tile Seville hotel. Dr. Lewis Fox. periodontist. will be guest speaker. total assets exceed 570 million. The group has ixported over SOU million worth of goods from the U.S. and Canada to Israel, and imported close to $10 million worth of I goods from Israel through its subsidiaries. Israel Purchashing Service of New York, and Canpal-Canadian Israel Trading Company of Canada. cannot fail to iind helpful clues for the future development of their own programs." O.her GMJCC officials point to th< fact that -'the Miami Herald gave tins conclave extensive feature coverage, as it has done tor several 'years, and ref erre d to it as one oi the outstanding youth forums in the community, The Jewish Piuridian has a,so seen tit to pub1..-11 the results ol tin se sessions at .bngth. Further, these reports have been passed along by t h e riiigio-Jewish wire services, a n d have been published and editoriai.e.l upon by many Anglo-Jewish papers throughout the country. Whatever one may think of the conclusions of these young people, Miami Jewish youth have made a nationwide mark." Why have these sessions been so unusual and attracted such universal attention from both the Jewish and general communities? In the opinion of Greater Miami Jewish Commadty Center officials, "the answers are not hard to find if we will look for them with composure. Three years ago, the conclave discussed 'The Values of Youth Today,' and the comments were sharply revealing of the society in which we live. Two years ago, the young people asked prominent national and international figures to present questions to them, and they discussed these questions dealing with national and world affairs, again demonstrating the capacity of youth to think with clarity and originality. '"This past year, their chosen subject was 'Teens Look to the New frontier Through Education.' Why was this subject so important to discuss at this time? It is no secret that '.he field of education has received a thorough raking-over during the past decade." Center officials indicate that when Jacques Barzun. Dean of Faculties of Columbia University, talked about the American educational system as one that, in the cult of "life adjustment" had only succeeded in achieving "education without instruction."' he was summarizing the thinking ot the most advanced educational analysts of our time. When Dr. Albert Schoolman, in his report on the study of thi American Association for Jewish Education, stated that "it has !•( in felt by teachers, rabbis and thoughtful parents that the curriculum of the Jewish school is too much a carryover from the ol I world scene," he too was stating one of the pioneering views :a Jewish education today. "With all of these thorny problems, lor which teacher.-, college administrators, philosophers and parents are desperately searching for answers, it could only be seen an exciting prospect to lmd out what the recipients ol this education had to say about their own experiences, Any parent of even a ; hiee \ ear-old child has discovered llut one can learn the deepest truths from these young minds." Tropp believes that "to discover a precious gem of wisdom from an unexpected source is one of the delights of living. This does not mean that all that comes from the mouths of babes, or teens, or educators must be taken with equal weight. But, with the discriminating judgement of an open mind, there are invaluable veins of gold to be mined. Adults can afford to be b i g enough to disregard these •.; elements that derive from ignorance rr blind emotion, since they knew how vulnerable they themselves are to these same foibles. "Thus, if teens need not be viewed as experts, if it is not necessary to accept everything that they say as the final tru'.h. if their criticism may seem harsh and heated, it is still worthwhile, it is essential, that we give them the chance to say what they feel. If adults cannot sift out the truths and cannot accept the pain, then the reflection %  is hardly on the young." NEXT WEEK: Startling Conclusions. FOR If i; \ I NEWLY DECORATED AIR-CONDITIONED HALL [for Wettings, Bar Mitivahs, ParMies, Meetings (Rooms and Hall). Call the Israelite Center Hall HI 66645 Express your feelings to your loved ones SEND FLOWERS from the BLACKSTO^E FLOWER SHOPS One of trie oldest in Greater Miami Serving you 24 hours ... 7 days Just Phone UNion 6-1233 I an to Nad itation WKAT. 1360 on your dial, every Sunday at M, to the comments o( the Honorable Judge M.ilvm Engender, %  Mayor of Miami Beach. — AM COMMTIONtO SWEDISH MASSAGE • CABINETS • COIONICS MONDAY thru SUNDAY 9 a.m. 7 p.m. 2080 BISCAYNE BLVD. 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Page 16-A *'Jm /$!> fhrkNaun Friday. Februarv 13, igg. N. Y. Files Charges Against Realtor By Special Report NEW YORK — Attorney Ge era Louis l.cfkowitz ha? filed a complaint with the State Commission Against Discrimination against Northga'e Aparlmeni*. a housing cooperative in the Incorporated Village of Bronxville, NY., chary ing violation of the Stal i*s anti discrimination housing law. The Attorney General acted uprr affidavits submitted by the Anti Defamation League of R'nai P'li'h on behalf of two individuals. The League and the American Jewisu Committee have, through i joini committee, long sought elimimtion of Bronxville discriminatory practices. Ir> addition to the affidav'*' the Attorney General supported his complaint with results of r investigation of Bronxville housing practices by the Civil Rights Bureau of the State Law Department. The Bureau is head?d by Assistant Attorney General Shirley Adelson Siegel. Lefkowitz acted under the previsions of the State Law Against Discrimination as amended in 1961 to outlaw discrimination in housing. The coopera'iva involved ia the complaint is i tipU dwelling within the scope ol .he law. Bronxville has ftr many years been under a .; a k t J< >h '• '.nan relations a ;c c .s for r Ali ious bias in th i renting a .. sale i %  iidental accornmodafors Itest'mony before the U.S. C for at least the past four decades At the same t'me. 'he L^a^vc told the U.S. Civil Rights Commis.un that Bronxville "has produced :he anomaly ol a Christian ghetto in an area of the countrj where there is a normal intermingling ol Christian and Jewish populations." rhe League testified thai "Bronxville rcm.-iir-s a striking example Frost Named Chairman of Einstein Medical School Reception Here Mar. 4 Charles Fro.-t. noted industrialist of Palm Beach. Westport, Conn., New York City, will be 1962 general chairman ol the Miami h reception for t h e Albert Einstein College of Medicine to be held here on Mar. 4. Frost is a founder of the college of medicine and a member oi its board of overseers. The reception, which will he held it the Fontainebleau hotel, is one of the highlights of the winter activities on behalf of the college, and will be attended by many oi the founders and friends of the school. Frost is chairman of the boards of directors of Bright Star Industries, Clifton, N.J., National Pneumatic Co., Boston, and the Connecticut Telephone Electric Co., Meriden Conn. He is a chairman o* the Greater New York United Jewish Appeal and a member of the international board of governors of the Technion Institute in Israel. Long an active leader on behalf of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Frost has served for several years as Palm Beach chairman. In appreciation of his many years of service in the fields of higher education, in 1959 he was awarded an honorary degree by Yeshiva University. Einstein College, since its opening in 1955. has become a major center of medical research and teaching. Its fourth class will be graduated this June. Construction has begun on the Ullmann Research Center for Health Sciences, part Of the $27,500,000 expansion and development program on which the college is now embarked. This program also encompasses building a national diagnostic center s.nd a university hospital. Frost, a Founder and member of the Board of Overseers of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, will be host on Feb. 22 at a breakfast where final plans will be made for the Miami Beach reception on behalf of the college. CHARLES tkOSr Ner Tamid Picks Committee of irratii nal prejudice, a 'ju ten• e n' pn erv< in he hea-l a r a in wh ch lews and Christian! i\ to eih %  arnicab y The Nor:' •*tA#*artmflts are leca d *n LJt ave,, Biojtvi'.'n. The owner of tfcresfctdresm eoncrative apartment in 'i e by Mini advertised In the Mamerorwek Daily Ti~ cs on Nov. 6, 1V6I o'ferii-g It for sal* for $27,500. Tie a Imutievtm it carried the words "Restricted, exclusive locatio •.." Accord ng to one ol the aftidavits filed by the League with the attorney Genera', the aiiia it reported that he was told by the apartment owner that "there was •li understanding thap?ople *h It gs or people of the Hebrew faith i-ouM nol be permitted to pur-, chase stock < f the cooperr.i.w i r <> occupy the premises The second atfl nt after viewing the premisi asked "w!ia* s tuation was in Bronxville with reference lo Jews, 'nasmuch as l am oi the Jewish faith." He was told that "the property on which he building is located at one time belonged to Ihe Lawrence familj and that the deeds covering any ol its properties provide V ;f none o' them are ever to be held or occupied L>> Jew s He was further in'ormed bv the apartment's owner that "'he board of directors < f the coop rative [< Hows li:; 1 p hcj 11 noi approving sales 11 a] artmenl lo persons o! the J e wi s h fa th; a I thai %  •'• though In pei na j i nol ob j %  : tn %  ( %  %  %  apai tme t ie fe! • al B ard ul I reject • IJ .-. i plicati n Norihgate Apartments ar; managed by Lawrence Management, In'..Tne Lawrence interests cn or cortrol the majority of Ihe busness property cf tt-e Incorporated Vi !age cf Brc.ixvillo. They control an even larger p-oporticn of cooperative dwellir.-'s and arc by tar Ihe largest sinpjie taxpayer in the village. On Jan 23. Attorney General Lefkow itz 111 imme.id d legi • a tion to outlaw rac'al and r-ligioure trictive covenants. The bill would amend the Real Property Law by declaring such restrictions to be against the public policy ol 'he S'at". Drohibit the'r use and impose a fine upon an owner exe euu.ig such a covenant. Appointed this week by Ben L. Fabric, president, to serve on the nominating committee ot Temple Ner Tamid are: Ham Schoener, Sam Greenfield, Maurice L. Zaretsky, Louis Hoberman. Morris Miretzky. M David Elwitt, Max. Raskin, Joe Silverman, and Bert Menachof. The commif.ee will meet Sunday. 10:30 a.m.. in the Temple. Paris Publisher Convicted Continued from Page 1-A to check material slated for publication. The fact that more than 60.000 ur.corrected encyclopedias were in circulation also was raised against the publishers. When the most recent edition appeared two years ago. Jewish and French liberal spokesmen strongly protested the article on Blum and. at that time, the publishers pledged themselves to recall encyclopedias still on sale to correct the entry but did not do so. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 *, #Vwf# Rforiidltor) Paqe 3-A Israel Cabinet Views Alleviations i Newly-elected officers of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce are 'left to right) Leonard A. Baker, general manager; Leo Eisenstein, treasurer; Parks Rusk, president; Shepard Broad, fast vice president; and C. L. Clements Jr., second vice presider.1. Beach Chamber Elects Officers Parks Rusk, publisher, was unanimously elected president of tho M imi Beach Chamber of Com,rii' foi 1982-63 by members of the hoard of governors at the Beach ,'liber last week. Officers named in later balloting :nr 1962*3 were Shepard Broad, ., lorney, first vice president; C. L. lements, jr.. Chase Federal Sav> and Loan Assn.. second vice resident; and Leo Eisenstein, ealtor, treasurer. C. W. (Pete) Ch$e jr., who has served on the board of governors for 40 years as its treasurer, was oroinally elected treasurer, but stepped down and was unanimously elected to the board of trustees. Chase was one of the original founders of the Chamber back in 1921. Elected to fill a three-year term on the board, which was recently vacated, is Milton Sirkin. investments, and Dr. Jack Greenhouse Has elected to fill a two-year term due to the resignation of former board member Ted Greenfield. Appointed-to one-year terms on the board of governors were Donald Burgess, Bernard Burke, Marcus 0. Sarokin. Samuel Seltzer, A. D. Smith, and Charles Whitebrook. In the final action of the meeting. Leonard A. Baker was reappointed to serve as general manager of the Beach Chamber. JERUSALEM — iJT.V Is-j rael's Cabinet devoted its regular. weekly meeting Sunday to discussions revolving around the new economic policy, following last week's devaluation of the Israeli pound, The Cabinet approved in principle a series of steps to help all. \iate the situation that has resulted from the pound devaluation, and empowered a Ministerial committee to work out the details of the policy, which was to be presented to the Knesset early this week. Some of the recommendations are intended to ease the burden of mortgages whose indebtedness, linked to dollar loans, has increased 67 percent. L'nder the devaluation policy, the Israeli currency, which used to be worth 1.8 pounds to the dollar, is now valued at three pounds to the dollar. Mortgagees owing ioans on apartment buildings or low-cost housing are to be given several choices for relief, including conversion of the dollar-link to the ccst-of-living index linked retroactively to the date of issuance of the loan, or three months' grace to repay existing mortgages fully or partly at the pre-devaluation rate, or time extension for repayment of the mortgages at the new rate. Additionally, mortgagees would be given an extra one-third period in which to repay their indebtedness, so that a mortgtje repayable in s'x years will not fall due until eight years. O'her recommendations include reliei to be extended to tanners who have loans or mortgages from development funds which have been dollar linked until now. Meanwhile, the devaluation-spark ed economic upheaval appeared to be stabilizing here. Prices appeared to have stopped the upward surge touched off by the currency devaluation. David Horowitz. Governor of the State Bank of Israel, was reported to have suggested thai the Government l-sue short-term, cost-of-livindex-linked secunti* as a i i -limit for dollar-linked securities as ere way to absorb the excess spendable money. Another suggestion was to increase the interesl on foreign currency deposits to about nine or ten percent. Manufacturers reached an agreement with the Government, under which no surcharge duties will be levied on raw materials, and the i manufacturers agreed to maintain existing prices as long as stocks bought at pre-devaluation prices remain available. Broward Zionists Hear Speaker Robert A. Persky. of Atlanta, Ga.. past president of the Southeast region of the Zionist Organization of America, and a member of the National Executive Council of the ZOA, was guesl speaker at a community-wide meeting of the Broward Zionist District on Wednesday evening at Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood Rabbi Samuel Mendclowitz. president of the district, conducted th< meeting, and Dr. A. Kreuger Co lin led community singing. Assisting Rabbi Mendeiowttz on the arrangements were Jacob Harrison. Isidore Kramer. David Harris, Julius W. Harris. Irving Oxenhorn, Jacob Drimmer, Morris Kristal and Gil Rappaport, executive lirector. • JS£2 Devaluation Upheaval Ebbs As Fiscal Action Rushed Continued from Page 1-A Mapai was the threat of a coalition partner, the leftist Achdut Avodah. t i defect from the coalition if sub-, slantial relief was not assured to workers and farmers hard hit by the effect: of the devaluation, par-, • nilarly those who had taken dolj i. H linked loans—including mort-. gages—at the old rates. Such loans overnight became two-thirds greater. Achdut also demanded im%  rebate increases in cost of living allowances to workers to help them meet thi suddenly surging domestic prices. Moving quickly to dampen the political, a n d public storm, the I reasury boosted the interest rate ol foreign currency deposits from 'ven to nine or ten percent. Such interest will be tax exempt and uyable in foreign currency, a de\ ice to persuade depositors to leave •heir savings in the bank and thus limit the pressures of new addiLii ns to spendable funds. The Finance Minister told the Knesset that the policy was motivated by needs for more exports, increased efficiency and productivity. He said it was a preparatory step toward agreement with the expanding European Common Market. He assured the Parliament that problems created domestically by tho new policy would be tackled by special committees to be assigned to deal with dollar-linked loans to settlements and popular housing owners, savings in banks, and maintenance of current prices. The Industry Minister announced that a proposed surtax on stocks of imported materials—which had been planned to absorb the difference in the exchange rate created by devaluation—would be waived if manufacturers using those materials could satisfy the Ministry they would hold the price line for at least six months. Taxi tares jumped 20 percent, as did rates in hotels and restaurants. Building materials rose in price but as yet no large-scale transactions have been carried out in such materials because dealers remained uncertain as to the effect on their prices of the new customs duties announced as part of the Government's new economic policy. The Development Ministry rejected a demand by the Electric Corporation for a rise in rates and for a rise in natural gas rates. Furniture prices rose from 10 to 1 15 percent. Dade Federal Savings has 5 convenient offices to serve Dade County U.S. Loan fo Israel Continued from Page 1-A sum. S17.000.000 was granted to the U.S. Agency for International Development as a loan to finance foreign currency requirements, and the equivalent of $23,000,000 as a grant from funds accumulated in Egypt from the sale of surplus U.S. grain to Cairo. ALLAPA11 AH BRANCH 1400 N.W. 36th ST. CONVENIENT BUSINESS HOURS: MAIN OFFICE OPEN MONDAYS Ana* BRANCH OFFICES OPEN FRI0AYS TO 8 P.M. All other weekdays to 4:30 P.M. Complete and Dependable Title Service IAMI TITL€ & GkttactCo, 34 YEARS OF TITLE SERVICE IN DADE COUNTY • ESCROWS • ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE 124 SECURITY TRUST BUILDING and 136 N.E. FIRST STREET Telephone FRanklin 3-8432 TAMIAMI BRANCH 1901 S.W. 8th ST. EDISON CENTER BRANCH 5800 N.W. 7th AVE. 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fz-e 3-A ^Jewistifhrldttar F-noei Heiman (left), former president of the Greater Miami .i-vish Federation, discusses campaign plans with A. B. Wiener, ;-airman of the Accountants Group. Mrs, Joan (Michael) Comay (right), wife of the Israel Ambassaccr to the United Nations, is shown with Mrs. Charles Feinberg eft), women's chairman for General Solicitations, and Cal Kevens, CJA campaign chairman. <_/Vew ^Jlorizi OI1S Hew Horizons in growing Greater M:arm a Itronger, happier cu"n:u>iitv with a chance for a full life for a!! South FlondiatU New HOTOOTU for the thousand] %  , chai.man o' th Druggists Group, is thov rr"-?ting with Jarry Sr n (lft) ct.d Sheldon Spector, CO-chai of the g'oup. Two top leaders in the CJA Mercantile Division discuss N ** w Horizons campaign plans. They are Alix Sehneidman (WjWi co-chairman of the Apparel Group, and Sam Mufson, a member of the Mercantile Division Campaign Cabinet



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Pcrge 14-B fjf^wisti Ffrridltor Friday. February 23, 1962 LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL Nf>TirF LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE U.NDFR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N jTICE is IIII: i. i %  s • ,i v ,N thai th< under-'.'I. eslring ti b i II i \\ HOME SI UNTEN \NVI-. 20 N W i >th '., • M am Hn Int. nds Iregister nald name iih 0 • Clei k ..f the Circuit Com i "I I ttdi C" intj I %  ATED: Februar) -'. 1982. MILTON KING M|\ Hi I .KR Attoi nej ft Applli nl s. Lincoln Rd Mlar Fla. 2 9-16-23, 3 2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th. undersigned, desiring to engage In bus ness .in • th. fl tltlous name id 1 ., .R1DA I HAIR CO., at 240(1 N W 75th Street, Ml iml ila Intend! register said name with the Clerk ol Circuit Court of Dade C ity, Ida COMFORT CRAFT IN' (a Fla Cory > l)u iler IN THE ClRCU i E.L'-'VFNTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT OF CLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1600 ISH \I:I. Iti iSENBI. \i .. %  i: i v < K> t SI IINAK KR Rl iSENBI. \'l"l". l '. : ,ii,i..ill NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T ORA SERNAKKR ROSENBLATT. Elkins I'ai k Hi Elktns Park I". Pa. VOL' ARE HEREBY V ITIFIED that ,-. ,, plain: ror U votfe has been ,i K a nsl you, anil you are n %  in II • 'I to .%  r\e U %  ip) %  -' % %  "' A" %  r| • \ II i • Waller d l.ltman II I A nswel %  %  il |lu'ii I i I iNOTiCE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PIOE l> HEREBY GIVEN ; \\ HOLES VI.E HARRY, INC d b a WH CLCR PATIO at %  Dcean K, I-.-.I in M ii I Florl ndi %  Court C intj. Ian Id u HoLESAI.E 11ARRV IN' >RRY l ill.'I 'CHERIE. Pies .1 vRJOIUE I CHOCCHERIK, S. li I I ISCHBACH rnej \ "' Weal Flagler Sti % %  • I M mi .',.'. Floi Ida 9-10-23, 3 2 ONE %  • i ia Ii %  |t> i: I! LAXWAY, Ivimtj A HITMAN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C.RCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 360 (EATON) JAMES A. WEI.KER, JR.. Plaintiff, SARAH JANE WET.KKR. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE T' SARAH JANE WEI.KKU Residence Unknown Tou, SARAH JANE WE1.KER. are hereby notified that n Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa been file.) tga nat you and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on !)>,Plaintiff's attorney. F. E. Ootthardl of Ootthardt Christie A.Shep, ,l. 400 Alnsle) Building. Miami 32, Florida, and file the original Answer oi Pleading in the office of the Clerk %  the Circuit Court on or before the 12th day of March, 1962, If you fall to do so, Judgement by default will >,taken against you for th.relief .1--nanded in the Bill of Complaint, This notice shall be published on< • each week for four consecutive weeks ir. THE JEWISH FLOR1D1AN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, thi* 2nd day of February, A Ii 196*. E. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, Bade County, Florida (seal) By M, CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk F. E. Ootthardt of Ootthardt, Christie Shepard |i Ainslev Building Miami 32, Fla FR %  2M -II. %  > for Plaintiff 2 : %  16-23, I 2 ^^ i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1272 WALTER i" DELOADO, Plaintiff, vs. BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO, Defendant. NOTICE TO APPEAR Tn; BERENICE OCHOA DELOADO Residence Cnknown. You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce haa been filed again*! yoa in the above styled court, and you are required to serve s copy of your Answer or pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney, OEORGB N MacDONBLL, "i'H Biscayne Building, Miami. Florida, and file the original of the sumIn the offloa of the Clerk "f the Circuit Court on or before the 1-th da] "' March, 1962. If you fall t,. do so. Judgment bj default will be taken against you for or of be demanded Hie Bill of at r.tii Miami. das of the r.-li.-t Complaint. DONE AND i IR1 ERED, I '.ol County. Florida, this i%  bruary, A I I 1962 E, B LEATHERMAN Clerk. Circuit i 'ourl (seal) Bj K M I.YMAN. l leputy Clerk 2 9-16-23, :: 2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1205 MARTHA INEZ m IMEZ, Plaintiff, ANTl 'Nil i I :i iMEZ, I >efi ml.mt SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: AN'I'i INIII Ql iMEZ Y.,u. ANTI iNIO Ql IMEZ, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has i n fllqd againat you, and required to serve s copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, ALVIN N\ WEIN8TEIN, Mill Blscayne Bldg., Miami 32, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the off!. •• of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Hie 12th day of March. 1962. If you fail to do ao, judgment by default will intaken against you for the relief demanded in the Bin of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH Fl.oRIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2nd day of February. A.D. 4962. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: M CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk 2/9-16-23, 3/2 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage Ir 1, min, H „ .,:, lei the fl III ous name ..• B .v R LOI NOE at !••'" W Flaalet s t intend i glster said nami with the Clerk "f the Cln uit Court of l iad. Count). Floi Idn, LEROY R. HESL1N WILLIAM M. DUNN, JR. KESKLER ft GARS Attorneys for Applicants 199S S.W 1st Street 2 2 -9-16 -23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 62C 1311 JAMES W HOL8TON, Plaintiff, LUCILLE* HOLSTON, Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Tl i LUCILLE Hi iLSTt IN Residence Cnknown YOV ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has i n filed against you, and vor ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a cop) "f your Answer to the Bill of Complain! on the Plaintiffs Attorney, BEN ESSEN, ESQ., HH4 Beybold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on before March 12th, 1962, in default which the Bill of Complaint will taken as confessed against you. Dated: February 6th, 1962. i: B LE kTHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: K, M. I.VMAN. Deputy clerk 2 9-16-23. 3 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 816 Rl >SE FINKELSTEIN, Plaintiff, SOL FINKELSTEIN, I lefendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti l: S( IL FINK ELSTEIN c .. R HOTOM Its l".ii-H.", BSUi Avenue Jamaica 32, New York YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complain! for Divorce has been filed against you, and TOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a oopj ,.i your Answer to the Bill of Com-1 plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney. BEN ESSEN, ESQ., lull Beybold Building, Miami 32, Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Clerk of the circuit Court on or before February 28th, 1962, in default of which the Bill of Complain! will be taken as confessed against you. I >ATEI I: .1 inuary 24th, 1962 E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (si ill By: K. M. I.VMAN. l leputy • 'i.-rk 1 •-'. 2 -2-9-16 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 54500-C IN RE: Estate of WILLIAM B MILLER, I leoeaseil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims "i Demands Against Bald Estate: You are hereby notified and required t" present an) claims and demands which you may have against thi • tate of William B Miller, de. ..,.-. .1 hn.,,f l lade i 'ountj. Iloi Ida, to the County Judges of Bade County, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in theh ofl %  • In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the inn.of the first publication hereI lie same \\ ill lie Ii. in ill Doted ;it Miami, Florida, this r.tli dtt) of Februai y A.D 1962. BLANCHE N EUBARDT As Execuli -x First publicalIon of this noli n the :M|I .1 I\ of Febi uan 1962, II VRRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Executrix 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach j :i-ii;-•-':'.. :; :' NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name <.f NATIONAL EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY at 7537 N W 2Tth Avenue. Miami. Florida Intends to reglstei said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. "We begin our COMPLETE services on page 50 .. omit the Hebrew on pages 51 $ to 56 t hen skip to the middle of page 64." Cor. IMI, 0oyu fOd:t LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICF NOTICE UNDER FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring I %  i ngage In business under the fictitious name ,._: HOLLANDER COMPANY at 10th sal. I cult Street. Miami intend to registel name with the Clerk of thi ClrCourt of D ohCount) Floi Id I KCTH HOLLANDER SAMUEL HOLLANDER MILTON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants KlmWi lWK l 33, 3 2-9-16 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1768 JUDY GAIL RYDER, Plaintiff, lRANK DECATUR RYDER, I i.femlant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION YOU FRANK DECATUR RYDER, 524 TAMPA STREET, ORLANDO. FLA., ire notified to serve a cop) of your answer to Divorce Complaint filed against you on Plaintiffs ;ali on I'lnlntlffs attorneys, t.OLI'MAN, HOLDSTEIN I'ACZIER, 230 Wi I I ,._ % %  street, Miami, hlorida, on i>r ,|„. |2th da) of March, 162 II ..,11 to do so. a ii pro con... ls in be filed against \"'i nu the ,,.ii,f demanded In the Complaint. DATED on tlii~ 2nd da) of 1-ebruarv 1962 K B LEATHERM \N. Cl.rk (gea l) B) M CAVALARIS, Deputy Clerk 2/9-16-23.2.* 1 r", %  ,1... NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of CITY UNIFORM & SHOP TOWEL RENTAL SERVICE at numbe" .•'.' .-. W Till Street in the Clt) "f Miami Florida intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the l Iri Court "f Dade Count}-. Florida. Dated at Miami. Florida, this Utti day of February, 1962. NEW FRENCH BENZOL CLEANERS A LAUNDRY. INC ARONOVITZ, BILVBR A SCHER Attorneys for Applicant 607 Alnsley Building Miami 32, Florid. f ^ ,„.,.„ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of s ,v s FABRICS at 1361 North Mi. mo Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register -;ii'l name with the Clerk of the Circuit court of Dade CountyFlorida FOURTEENTH STREET FABRIC BAZAAR. INC WELI.Is'.-H & Di lUGHER I V Attorneys for l ourteenth Street Fabric Baiaar, mi 2 23, tornej GEORGE NICHOLAS. 121H NW 7 St.. Miami. Fla., and file original with Clerk of this Court on or before Ihe 29th da) "f March. 1962, otherwise complaint "ill !"• confessed b) you DATED February 19, 1962. E. B, I.ICATHEU.MAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade C otlSjt y. Florida ftv: N A IIHWETT Deputy Clerk L' 2S, :( 2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1774 CLINTON F WKLI.S. Plaintiff. LORA N. WELLS. I lefen.Ul.t sui r FOR DIVORCE TO: LORA N WELU-* Robel ts Hotel, 134 No. Baum St. Saglnaw. M Ichlgan i. i. ra N. W'efis, ire hereby IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1309 MARTHA J MINOR, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES C MINOR. Defendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO: J IMESC MINOR 16 N. Dearborn St.. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has i n filed against you, and YOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to serve a copy of your Answer to the Dill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney HEN ESSEN. ESQ., 1014 Beybold Fluilding, Miami S:'. Florida, and file the original answer In the office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court on or before March 12th. 1963, In default of which the Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you. Dated: E.l.runrv 6th. 1962. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk Circuit Court. I hide County, Florida (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk 2/9-16-23. /l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55142-A IN RE: Estate of HEN IACOWITZ 1 V, ease.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons H.oDemands Against Said L'-'.l-l'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55082-A IN RE Estate of MINNIE RUBIN Dec used NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having claims or Demands Vgslnst said Estate: v.iu are hereby notified and required t" present an) claims and demands which you may havi agalnsl the estate ,,f MINNIE RUBIN deceased late of Dole County, Florida, ,i to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the same In duplicate and as provided In Section ;:: I 16, oi Ida Statutes, in their offices in. Hie County com tie ins.in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the same H1 be b;i tills inn Clerk of (he Clroult Court on or >" fore tlie 2:trd day of March. 1961 If you tail to ii" so. Judgment b> il.fmlt will be taken against you for the relief demanded In the BUI of Complaint rhti notice shall he published nn.ii each week (of four Consecutive weeks In THE JEWISH II.OR1DIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this lsth da) ,.f February, AH E. B, LEATHERM \N. Clerk. a t. >>i le Count) Fl irlda B) E H LANWAY. I teput) ci... k WINTER .v Gl iI.DFARP re)? Blscayne Bldg Miami, l-*l* H. Max A Uoldl Attorney for Plaintiff %  : 23, 3 2-9-16 ut.s. in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the tini. of the first publication hereof, or the same will be barred Dated at Miami, Florida, this bth dav of Februarv. A D. 1962 SARAH JACOWITZ As ExecutrU First publication of this notice on the 9th dav ..f February, 1962 Publish .me., a week for (our (4> consecutive weeks In The Jewish Ploridian Goldman, Goldstein & Paciler Attorneys for Executrix 2303 West Flagler Street Miami. Florida. „.,,..,,. on lated at Miami. Florida .lav of February, A.D, 19**2 ANNA GALE As Admlnlstn trlx First publication of this the 23rd da) of February. \ BUDD CUTLER Ai tomes for Administratrix 706 Alnsli > Building 23, 8 notice 1962 ALEX SA MA LION. Sole owner Goldman, Goldstein & Pacrier 2:to3 W. Flagler Street Miami. Florida Attorneys for Registrant 2/2-9-16-23 INi THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55256-A IN RE KM.,' CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH I leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Ci editors and All Pi rsons li.^ Ing claim.-, or Demands Au.,in~i s..i,i Estate: You ai.hereb) notified and required to IT. s. nt any claims and demands which you ma\ have against the estate of CHARLES HARRY AXELROTH deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Judges of Hole County, and file the same In duplti ate and J> provided In Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in th.ir offices in the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the lime Of the first publication hereof, or the same w ill be barred. Hateil ;u Miami. Florida, trls 14th dav of February, A.D. 1962. In nt A NABURG As Executrix BERNSTEIN & MILLER By: Milton Miller Attorney for Executrix 1414 Congress Building Miami, Florida 2/23. 3/2-9-16 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C RCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1779 BERN \RH A WIEDER, Plaintiff, '. MAXINE R ADAMS, I lefi mlaiit MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE T< i M wiNi: i: ADAMS \ ill.1 ss Unknown N \i WINI-: l: ADAMS, are hereii\ nm HI • lial • B "ii 'omplalnl M rtgage Foreclosure has been filed agalnsl \ i. ind you are require to serve B copy t.f your Answer adlng to the Bill Df l !ontpla nt ..n the Plaintiffs attorney, BERNARD A WIEDER. BSg m: Lincoln Rd., Miami Beai h, I lot Ida, JI: 5505, and file the original Answer or Pleading in • fflce of the Clerk ..t' the circuit Court on or before the 22nd day oi March, l 182, If you fall to do so, Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall he published once each week for four e..n.., •>>< %  weeks in THE JEWISH FLoRHHAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 19th day of February. A.D. 1962 !£. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk. Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida (seal) By: L BNBBDBN 1 i.-jiut v Clerk l'.KUN'ARD A. WIEDER, ESQ. 407 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Beach, Fla. JK S-5505 Attorney for Plaintiff 2/23, 3/2-9-16 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 McELWBB, Plaintiff, \ s ii iSEPH McELWBB, I Ii iernlant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl i: .li ISEPH McELWBB, :,.\l Sergeant Serial No AF SAP I201J 4'.nh Supply Squadr in Box IS7 Pope Air Force Base, N Carolina You, JOSEPH McELWBB, are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you. and you are required to serve a cop) of your Answet or Pleading to the Bill "f Complain! on the Plaintiffs attorney, RICHMOND & BARBER, one Lincoln Road Building, Miami Beach 19, Florida, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before Ihe Sth day of March. 1962. If you fall to do so. Judgment by default will be taken agalnsl you for the relief demanded lu the itiii of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH Fl.oRILMAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 7th day of February A.D. 1962. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court, Hart,County. Florida (seal) By: K M. I.YMAN, Deputv Clerk RICHMOND FARBBR By: Donald rXrber Attorneys for Plaintiff 2/9-16-23.3/2



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Paoe S-B +Jenisfi noridHctr Friday, February 23. 1962 Menorah Ladies Hold Program Regular meeting ol Temple Menorah Sisterhood on Wednesday evening was dedicated to Torab Fund Rabbi Alien Rutcbik, executive director ol the Southeast region; United Synagogue ol America, was guesi speaker. A musical program directed by Mrs Mayei ran viiz was pr • sen) si included Me lames Laun %  e W eston, '-I x Frie Iman, ..i Fa lina I in .' Horowitz I ting %  ers > c David a id j I irbar S Mrs Al Schwj rtz I' i ih Fund cha ai d Mrs Raj Morse is Sistei h oi cl pr< sid JWY Auxiliary In Aid to Israel Jewish War \ • Auxiliary, North < Post, will meet al ihe WashSavi and Loan Assn ,1133 Normandj dr. Aid i artj iil be held Monday n< %  n al the home of Mrs. h, 1116 Biarritz dr., vnh a Jewish musical program by ,' ;eph Malek. Hostess al a party on Tuesday evening was Mrs. Maxine Kassel, 5931 La Gorcc dr. All funds raised al Ihe these parties are used for the Tel Hashomer Veterans Hospital in Israel. Beth Am Buys $102300 in Bonds •Three of the principals of the Temple Both Am Israel N night are Ifrom left) Ambassador Yaacov Herguesl ol Mrs. H-^izoq, and David J. Liqht, honoi ler. Members of the Temple purchased S1C2.300 in bonds to launch the 1962 Greater Miami Israel Eond effort. Zamora Ladies A < am P Reunion Flan Bazaar 12th ORT Unit Considered Here Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. president. Southeastern region. Women's American ORT. was to announce plans for a 12th chapter in the Greater Miami area at a tea scheduled for Thursday noon in the Morton Towers dining room. A documentary film. "The Italian," was to be shown. Mrs. Florence Kupperman. vice president and expansion coordinator is in charge of reservations. Temple Zamora Sisterhood will launch its annual bazaar Saturday night under the direction of Mrs. Irving Davidow. The bazaar will run all day Sunday with dinner served between S and 8 p.m. At 1 p.m.. on Sunday, a talent show will be presented, with the children of the congregation taking part, conducted by Mrs. Rose Calton, cultural vice president. A Camp Ocala reunion for Greater Miami youngsters to learn about summer activities at the camp and to see a kiddie fashion show was recently held at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Tneo Struhl. 44 Star Island, camp directors. Several hundred youngsters attended. The co-educational camp, located in Ocala National Forest, maintains winter headquarters in downtown Miami. Members of Temple Beth Am launched the 1962 Israel Bond of-1 fort in Miami and the national Israel Bond synagogue campaign bj purchasing $102,300 at its third anDuel l-i.i Bond dinner last Sunday night in the Temple. Responding to an a pp ea 1 by Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader 0 f T iple Beth Sholom, and international vice president for Israel Bond coi n ational drives, B< ii An members I all previous Isra ts at the dinner. Guest i honor was Israel Ambassador to Cai ada Yaaco\ Herzog and Mi Hi rzog. In Ms ai : .Ambassador Herzog pointed out that Israel has embarki %  < c ond pi its historj — the re claimin f the N Wi*h Israel's rriin.-ry eSjective the inaathering of the exiles, Ambassador Mrzg laid IhJt it is of utmost urgency now thai "we roll back toe sands of the Nef^v, that we reclaim this vast wasteland, that we convert this barren land into fert' o Mil to provide homes for ma"y thousands of new immigrants." Expressing optimism that this task will be achieved with the help of the Israel Bond program, the Ambassador said that Israel Bond purchases were an expression of kinship and partnership be tween America's Jewry and Israel, "and a source of deep inspiration to the people of Israel." Keynoting the festivities of the evening was a program of entertainment by George .lessel. ufo was rushed from a live nationwide television broadcast on y, Beach to Temple Beth Am. Dinner ehairmjfn was Dr Ii | Perimu tter. ami ether pn 'r.irfic>nnts ir.ehtWd" Jay 1 | who served a> toastmastei Herbert B er of Temple Beth km, R n Newman, [>mple pr Herman F Mr gi I, Cantor les | David ,i. i Highlit ht ol the pi rnlorful i ghtil conducted 1 > Ratal i Participal the i my Mr. and Mrs. V I. Mr. and Mrs. I ral i ma : Mrs i • : •:. -Ii .-• d \. Fi uci Mr and N. G ad Ml I Hi ,.k. S D Mr, a Mi ifrs. Milton ;rl Sokel Mrs Theoi -. M Set ii Mrs, utti %  | Mrs Rol ert man in i r s S. Ki I. Tomarkin 1o Speak Charles Tamarkin will dist -s Ad\ antagi i : Natural Hygiem at a meeting ol the Greater Miami] American Natural Hygiene Society on Sunday evening at Washingt"B Federal Savings and Loan Assn., 1133 Normandy dr. Tamarkin n vice president o{ the local chapter, Gomes Party Monday There will he a games party for all Rehekans and Odd Fellows on Monday evening at McArthur Dairies. Proceeds are for a charity in Gainesville. Refreshments will be served. 00 1 cup cooked Wolff s Kasha 1 can mixed vegetables 1 etc beaten WIN s 2 5 FOR YOUR KASHA RECIPE And delight your family with the dish you make! All you do is submit youi tavonte recipe tor using Wolff's Kasha for stuffing chicken, derma ...making knishes. varnishkas, soups, .side dishes with onions, chopped mushrooms, peppers or any other tasty use for this all time favorite. YOU GET $25.00 Ser.d your own original recipe with a Wolff's Kasha box top to: Phyllis Wolff. Perm Yan, N. Y. We will pay 525.00 for every recipe published; but every entrant receives a FREE Kasha Cookbook and all recipes become Wolff's property. K ^Hi KASHA umCiOUi Brown Buckwheat Groats Mrs. Barbara TwersVy. N Warnock St.. Philadelphia Pa., won $25 for her tasty parve Vegetable Steaks. J VEGETABLE STEAKS 1 small onion 1 lbs. cookmt oil >4 cup m.itzo meal 1 lbs. salt oash pepper 1 can diced mushiooms (optional) Mash mied vegetables Add beaten etf s, Kasha and seasoning. Brown onions and mushrooms slightly in oil. Mix. Then add matzo meal and mn thoroughly. Form into six large patties and fry. j Also enjoy Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits) Kasha V G'avy Kasha Soup #ve 1st IC • "S jrn ii F gslid P. fon DM in T loin en ro ael I'le B ak fri k And so do cheese omelets, canapes .. whatever calls for cheese. Here's a distinctive nutty cheese flavor unlike any other. Obviously imported. Six individually foiled slices per pack. Try Swiss Knight* slices ... tonight Puzzle: properly put together, this label leads you to one of the best-tasting, most popular strictly vegetarian strictly kosher foods in the world. Hint: there's an (y) seal of approval on the label. (Solving time: 5 seconds. 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Fridcr Paqe 2-A fjmis/i ftcr/dBbn Friday. February 23. 19621 Sen. Hamphrey to Speak at Reception; Parker Will Receive Einstein Award fROST TO CHAIR RECEPTION PASt U-A U.S. Sen. Hubert Humphrey. (D.-Minn.) will b< guest speaker a! the seventh annual Miami Beach reception for the Albert EUnsjtein College of Medicine. The reception will be held in the Fontainebieau hotel on Sunday, B'nai BYifh Hafkvah Lodge Elects Officers A newly-organized B'nai B nth lodge has been announced here. Members are residen's ol Morton Towers on Miami Beach. The new 150-member Hatikvah Lodge has elected Joseph B. GonnM. in as president. Other efiicers include: Max Marin. first vice president: Manuel Mentz. second vice president; Harold S. Caplan, third vice president; .Hidah J. Sweet, fourth vice president: Charles E. Kaufman, treasurer; Samuel H. Glassman, financial secretary: Robert L. Grover. corresponding and recording secretary; Meyer L. Cherhas, chaplain: Frank Kravit, William E Harris and Al Sohmer. •: sleet Board of directors include Eli Kamer, Judge Frederick N. Barad, Nathan Goldman. Jack Crid Schweder Lou Levit, Joe : |sai ire Levin, Louis Roseniel S ; >r i isi ar O ven, Ni I Trav, • md H • %  : I I n ol offici rs :11 he the Carillon hotel on Mar. IS. LONG DISTANCl MOVERS DAILY PICK-UPS New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Boston all other points. DIAL JE 8-8353 M. lleberman & Sow 655 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH RETURN LOAD RATES Mar, 4. It is expected thai >me ;,. i four-ii'vs and friends pf,the co}/ attend. Sen. Humphrey is an outstanding pro] si enl of health legislation. 11.. i a member of the Senate Ap! pr ations and Foreign Reli i 'ommi ti es. An additional feature of the reception will be a medical discussion of the problems ard achievement of current medical research ani their implications for the future. Dr. Marcus D. Kogel, dean of the medical colleg?, and Dr. Harry H. Gordon, re-wly • appointed professor of pediatrics, will be participants. Charles Frcst, of Palm Beach, Westport, Conn., and New York City, will be general chairman of the event. The Einstein College, which opened in 1953, will graduate its fourth class this June. It ranked fifth in the nation in terms of training and research grants received foi the year 1960-61. Albert Parker, of Palm Beach. has been -elected to receive the L962 Service Award of the Albert Einstt in College ol Medicine The ..ward is presented each year for "outstanding leadership • in aivancing the pro%  rams lical training and re. the college ol medicine presented at Ihe si ar.nual Pain; Beach lii sj on i ill" -' on i b 27 at :. Palm Beach Biltmore hoi Camp for Diabetic Youth A summer camp for children with diabetes has been established in Florida through the efforts of i i rida Diabetes Assn., and its Uana ee and Greater Miami Lay Diabetes Societies. 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HUMPHREY Beth David Plans 50th Anniversary Gold-engraved invitations have been mailed to Beth David Congregation's family of members, announcing its Golden Jubilee dinner dance to be held on Sunday. Mar. 11. at the congregation. Phillip Schiff, president of Beth David, has appointed as co-chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ba lanes, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seitlin. on the Golden Jubilc ( dinner dance committee arc Mr and Mrs Sidnej Aronovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mr and Mrs Michai! C ivin. Mr. and Mrs Maui ce Daum, Mr and Mrs, Harry Gordon Mr and Mrs Max Jacob. Mr and Mrs, Sidm\ Kaplan. Dr. and Mrs M. A Kleiman. Dr. ; Mrs Roj Mack. Mr, and Mrs. ( • -. ppaport, Mr an I Mrs. Harold Reinhard, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip v luff. Mr and Mrs. Frank Solom m, and Mr, and Mrs. LeonWolf JERUSALEM (JTA ProWestern students at the H University tangle? with CoBffliunisi students this week when Edai M. Kennedy, brother of President Kenne y. arrived al the campus to address the students. President Kennedy'.youngest brother ended a two-day informal visit to Israel with his appearance ;,i ;]„ university. A small Communist group of studentgreeted him with shouts of ••Kennedy. Go Home.' while they waved antiAmerican placards Mr. Kennedy gave them a quick glance and went into the university auditorium where he was vigorously applauded. Outside, the pro-Western students scuffled with the Communist-. pushing them away, shouting them down and pulling away their placards The visitor had been booked for a small auditorium but Ihe crowd that wanted to hear him was so large that university officials i pened the largi r hall which was so inadequate tor the overflow i rowd. He hailed Israi contribution to thi ment ol African nations, declaring thai .'hen he visit, d Afrit a. "Is iremend IUS :ii-.;-. ..'.' :.mar.\ "I the new Hi said great admiration and affection for IsraJ was shared by an Americans, dj KcrHRnjS nfas a friendship "roote ii a common philosophy Lat t he conferred with Prime MiolsQ| David Ben Gurion for 9ii minutes. LET'S MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY SECURE BUY THE SAFEST BONDS ISRAEL BONDS and GIVE TO THE CJA MAfSHIE FfflEDBEffG fc^?*V eWiCt PRtSCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF-THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Men and Women fREE PARKING SPACl IN REAR CONVENIENT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD (On the Moll) Phone JE 8-0749 OCIUISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS FIUED CONTACT LENSES ROOF LEAK? C A L JL VICTOR COKTf Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME ROOFING CO. 0X1-1321 Noted Artist in Exhibit "Straight from Tan, shoI ing of Ronald MaUorj psintings, will be on m Huber Gallery in the Dea iville hl tel from Mar. 1. After this exhibit! Mallory, Internationally-known arf 1st, will show at the Museum Modern Art in Tokyo. 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P-ge 10-A *Jewlsti f/cr£dt/a,r> Friday. February 23. 1962 ;. tc a V t.: U cc •liss Manpower of '62" is the title which has been won by ss Judy Lefkowitz 'center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mor.-. Lefkowitz, 94C5 NE 9th ave., Miami Shores. Judy, who is senior at Randolph Macon Women's Colleae in Lynchburg, -., participated in the Dade county competition, alona with me hundred other contestants, to determine the ideal part-e employee. Left is Mrs. Mary Jane Parks, director ot the kuni office of Manpower, Inc., sponsors of the contest. Right James T. Larimore, promotion manager of the Columbus :iel, who served as chairman of the five-member judges mmittee. Judy will ao to Milwaukee, Wise, on Mar. 9 to mpete in the national finals for 10 top prizes. Silver Medallions Go to Local Leaders For Contributions to Brotherhood Ideal %  • the tenth annual Brotherhood B.'.ner of the National Conference Ol Christians and Jews on Monday, I he Fontainebleau hotel, silver i -.-lallions. in tribute for their v k in behalf of good human rela; cs, were presented to Anthony R, \braham. John S. Knight and V : hell Wolf. son. FIRST FEDERAL Savings & Loan OPENINGS FOR CLERK STENO DOWNTOWN OFFICE Good skills regjired Age 25 45 TELLER TRAINEE NORTH Ml AY,. •Vill train young woman nav ig good general office background Age 25 35 Required: Rceni o** ei jxperience; well groomed ton0 e ft d Good be;iJ*? -:od $jijr V acvan(. i*d on m*ri. E*celent fringe >ane'irs, vacation '62. Pnone f : R 3-2553 for appoinfmen'. Saturday and Evening Interviews arranged. A special award was conferred on the University of Miami for having maintained the first permanent Department of Human Relations in the U.S. Dr. Jay F. W. Pearson, president, and Dan Mahoney. chairman of the board of trustees, accepted the award in behalf of the university. The) Bronston Professorship in Human Relations was established at Miami in IM7, through the cooperation of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Bronston, of Miami Beach. The first occupant of the chair. Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy, now associate director of the NCCJ Southeast Division, was a guest at the dinner. Special honor certificates for their work to further good human relations were given to Victoria Ferrall. Immaculata Academy; Theodore R. Gibson, jr.. Booker T. Washington; and Ann Greenhouse. Miami Senior High. A bronze medallion was presented to Suzanne Barnett, Miami Edison; David Davis, Coral Gables High; and Kino Sakuma, Miami Edison. Former Florida Gov. LeRoy Collins delivered the principal address of the evening. William C. Faither [eneral chairman of the dinner. State Sen. Fred W. Dickinson, jr., state Brotherhood Week chairman, presented greetings in behalf of the statewide NCCJ organization. Honored quests were 3en. Stuart \\ Symington, of Missouri, and Sen. George Smathers. of Florida. HUM Chapter Program Hillel chapter. Bnai Brith Girls, held its eighth annual Brotherhood program Tuesday evening at While Temple Methodist Church. Evening included guest speakers, a film on Brotherhood, and a panel of teen-age high school students. Red Press Pushes Anti Semithm JOIN THE VARIETY CLUBS' 35th INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION IN DUBLIN — The Irish Capital MAY 14th19th SPECIAL ALL SNCLUSIVl 18-DAY EUROPEAN TOU $647.00 Leaves Ne// York by Air France on Sund May 13th INCLUDES 4 Days in Dublin, 2 Days in Lon. )n, 2 Days in Paris, 3 Days in Lucerne, 2 Days in Venice, 2 lys in Florence and 3 Days in Rome. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL THE .RIETY CLUB Biscayne Terrace Hotel, F. 997 AlBMT H. HIRSCH, CHAIRMAN Of THE )NVIN7I0N Continued from Page 1-A patently clear that Jews are being used as major characters in a Soviet morality play." It emphasized that in every press account, the defendants were indirectly identified as Jews and then pictured as "unscrupulous economic bandits who exploited honest Soviet citizens." Whenever "'the villain of the I tree" did not have an easily ldentle Jewish surname, "the first and middle names were provi .n place oi the more commonly n U 'l initials." A granddaughter ox ine late Presli ; Franklin I). Roosevelt meanwhile made public this w ee k a photograph taken in the Leiningrad synagogue with Gedalia R. Pechersky, leader of the Jewish religious t mmunity in Leningrad, on the back of which the subsequently imprisoned Jewish leader had written •please don't forget us." The New York Herald Tribune, in reproducing the photograph, speculated that such encounters with foreign visitors "may well have constituted a major part" of. the case against Mr. Pechersky. He was tried in semi-secrecy last fall, convicted on charges of "espionage" for Israel and sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment. He sent the photograph taken in the Leningrad synagogue, to Miss Kate Roosevelt, now Mrs. William Haddad. Mrs. Haddad recalled her chance visit with Mr. Pechersky, which happened while she was on a routine vacation teor of Russia in 1954 with friends. The Agudath Israel Will Mark Tenth Anniversary Here Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute will hold its tenth annual banquet and installation ceremonies on Sunday at the Deauville hotel. Charles Eiehen is chairman. Dr. Isaac Ever will give the invocation. Herman Weintraub. Synagogue president, and Mrs. Milton Siegfried. Sisterhood president, will extend greetings, and William Cohen, vice president, will give the benediction. Vice Mayor Malvin Englander will be installino. officer and extend greetings on behalf of the City of Miami Beach. Program will include entertainment and music by musical comedy star Sasha Lenoff and his orchestra. The banquet is dedicated to raise thti $50,000 this year pledged by Agudath Israel towards the $500.000 building fund drive for the Talmudic Theological College of America. Officers serving for 1962 are president. Herman Weintraub; vice presidents, Morris Block, William Cohen, Charles Eiehen. Sam Klein and Morris Samowitz; treasurer.' Harry Cammer; recording secretary. Sam Brick. Board of directors are Dr. Milton Siegfried, chairman. J. Epstein, William Feigenbaum. Frank Fine, Samuel Freedman. Jacob Gart, Adolph Goldberg. Max Goldberg. Michael Goldberg, Simon Goldberg. Nat Halper. Sam Hershkowitz. Samuel Molbegat. B. Mufson. Harry Ossip. Sol Reiner. Harold Rosenfeld. Jack Roth. Wolf Shklair. Adolph Stern. Emerich Weisz and Solomon Wilde. Gabaim are Moshe Sterling. Herman Strauss and Phillip Yassi r Sisterhood officers to be installed are Mrs. Milton Siegfried, president; vice presidents, Mrs. Sam Klein. Mrs, Isa ore Lipinsky and Mrs. Helen Herszhorn; treasurer. Mrs. Herman Weintraub; and secretary, Mrs. Merman Yager, group decided to go to Leningrad from Moscow. One of the items on the group's list of places to see was the synagogue. When they arrived, a special service was in progress. At the close of the service, they were surrounded by members of the congregation and the photograph was taken. In the fall of 1956, soon after her return to New York, she received the photograph from Mr. Pechersky. On its buck was written: •i -.'ml you this photo '.hat will remind you of the days when you were in Leningrad and .isited with ycur friends at the Cen'ral Synagogue. My besl wish an happiness to y IU, Miss l! losevelt, and to your great grandmother, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. We are proud that we have such .i beloved friend ol the Jewish nation and especially ol the Russian Jews. We are verj thankful tor the brave and noble deeds. Heaven and mankind will never forget it. And please don't forget us!" The Herald-Tribune asserted that Washington experts felt that "the wholly coincidental, unplanned at J inconsequential encounter which Mr. Pechersky had with Miss Roosevelt, and -cores, pei hundreds of similar encounters, ini hiding American*, may well have 11 i stituted a major part ol the rose mainst him." For MrHaddad 'lie encounter was simplj ni the many routine Incidents in lite of a tourist. % 'urssry Playground Opened Temple Adah Yeshurun harated its "Candy Cane City." the congregation's nurserj ground. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 + lf-Hi*t>nnrirf#n Page 13-A FROM THE TALMUD ift who receive! love pvu return; if she receives anreturns anger in equal meaJi Zohar -•. 167a. \ man tf laj* a candle k,indle.i f ro m lOthtr As too candles give! Mi ,H, r —Ml ght, so is the HVrt* hiwband and the ui/e the .JIIU • 1 0/ it • ;,,., S! hemna. iu. a, *h•\ .., nan LS lilfe the cup .me M. tatted it. faulty. • ,,l' s ,.-,•.• • .r his lOlfi %  •' .her and demon icrebi %  %  \i I A | .. ,-,;i U'Omdtt, • Rabbal I 4 I ire happj i ji imble jth M KM : u( not to • .: CJU ..• her ti -i. ;;. 11 j tub 11 euerv .. .%  ,.| one • k./lorrcw L,onKrililWoM n % T3iBJllJJ3 'Midrash Rabbah" Explained and Vocalized & OL %/ O/ JM icimi s r^zlicjious ? Why do we deal treacherously every man against his brother, profaning the covenant of our Father?" (11:10) George Washington had committed himself in no uncertain terms to racial .mil religious tolerance, which is the cohesive agent of democracy. Ser vices ^Jlt i a li/e ekend Information to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as proof of their lateness. AGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi iaac ever. ; i .... p., ii. aaur.ay 8:30 a.m. Bermon: "Jewi without Judaism." — • — BETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd H" Convecvative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipaon. Pridav N:1". p.m. Has ailtsvah, Nancy, laughter % %  Mrs Hilda Lasarua batj inl.i. !' i 111 Bar Mitivah: Roy, son .if .\ic .ml Mr.Aaron Wetnkle. — • — BETH EL. SCO bw i/m ave. Orthodox. Rabhi Solomon Schiff. Pi Iduj •' %  in I 8 %  '" p.m. A Teen-agei I kal Br itherh I." guest ape— r St. ^ ii Mni kiiuf. Saturda] • .., -. • ., %  --TinImplli atlon of l-al.-.Value* GEMS OF WISDOM i Has I Have we nol a" one father' tot one God created IM MALACHAI Bel'o'd hotv [ood and how pleat* ni it i. for bretlireti t'' iiue!l torether in uti l> PSALMS ..'. Betti %  • %  I,.,. b >tl i off PRO neir. I 3ETH E M E T H. Conservative. 122:o NW 2nd av/>i ime W-M Of isperttv men be1:1 S. B PA3BI LOUIS CASSEl ipiai -wan -rm vim* T ; r T ; • %  was poiy -nan a-Trar r T : • -.an niuKn .minn -pioc rviiKhnn ,nr ?iiaa nisn : ~ 7 T : %  : t mxa rnn ,nD^iai ns" nora T IT T T T T : ,0*p* %¡ *"I 1 DD "IDO 1 ? H3 pi I, I v T T V PK T^^ ni^paa msKn p'?i %¡ "•nn ni^KB-a osn T T Q; Tlain na^^a x"n -sTr— DI? 1 ? mntan win : : • : T : ^NntrrnlP.*? .^xi^'-fis 1 ? %  :::: tnfrvQ iKa nann :i n "ix ,-nm gfna 1 ?* I T T : • -.---I nrp rnisa inrDi rl r : %  %  hnrrai ,on Tian'? maia T T -. pTian nx ran 1 ? i7j?nn --•;• DI-XBJ .^^x %  lD^n-'^"ln %  |r*i3n HDrz ao-n D-C i • T T r • •• .n-anxm T -' T %  TRANSUT/OW BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Orthodox R'bbi H. Locia Rottma". % %  Ma' •• • • %  Swl r I %  %  ,: m. .11. A C munlt: Offering — • — 3ETH J^^08 301-311 Wihi-"tr>n ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. %  r | m> r. i" p.m BKII r .as H:-JI n •<< s. 1 ,: %  .1 -ni.Reaction of Joani .. l Sin." — • — BETH TFILAH. 935 Ei did ave. Orthodox Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky • — 3ETH TORAH. 164!h st. and NS I1!h avConservative. Rabbi Max Lipaohltx. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen baum. He realized that without goodwill, without mutual respect, understanding I; 1 ," 1 ;.,.,,"' }"uet.' Rev. i ""• '• ••• and cooperation among those who differ racially and religiously, democ-.• i -r ^' r .,„',; ,r M ,•"','",'.',': racy would collap.-e, and the war of freedom would have been fought in \l u ',\" u Robert, n nf Mr, and M vain. : lugen. < Iiwargbarg. If we want to be beneficiaries of that noble principle of brotherhood, we must be willing to bestow upon others before we can expect others to grant it to US We must act the part of a brother to someone else before expecting someone else to act the part of a brother to us We cannot afford to bask and roll in luxury with our fellow-men suffering penury and hunger. And, just as one cannot secure his house against fire while setting fire to that of his neighbor, no less can a country secure for itself the true aims of democracy by bestowing the blessings of brotherhood on a distinct class or race while advocating the hate and prejudice sentiment against other creeds or races, \ .-ri' • lio-i ''..•-' % %  .erli'^,bo ne -<• % %  I and created j genuine br ithen. HIIII I By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX 7: %  page %  • %  %  'd in coSpi tiul Lend%  rs of the '• % %  Rabbin.'. K "... Z It It C01 Why is cne required to recite the "Kera'h Shema" before going to bed? 'llu~ i> consi lered lo !)• %  .1 fulfillment ol Biblical requirement to "talk ot them i the verses ol the 'Shem'l when thou liesl down %  1 Dm 6 :1 The Zohar writes %  •Now it is good counsel for a man that, when he es to bed .it night be should %  ...!<>• up >n h msclf the y ke ol the Heavenlj kingdom with a perfect heari and hasten to entrust lo God l'i-"i' 1 The reason is thai all the world • retaste ol death, as men then leave them and ascend CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. 8755 SW 16th st N.iam RobO own nl April. Cantor Gershon Levin. i-i i 1 i :,:4" an 1 "' %  n '" ^' "Labors if Worship." Saturday '• a.m. ; DAD C HE GH-rs jcwi^H CONGRFGATION. 1401 NW 183-d St. Con. tervalive. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. i .,i n;i:, n "i isri thi rh ....i Week ,; rv | •• ies| ape iker Ben Clo Hie tu ilai :S0 1 '" fei'"' ,, .-• ti,.Wc .-k ln 1 Ultsvnn: -..:, ,.: Mr and Mr* Boj ': wenhei ~ • CLAGLFR CRNAOA. 50 NW 5'St pi. Conservative. Samuel Hollander, president. Cantor George Goldberg. i-. 1,1.1 : nrl SI.'. |i m .lu.l %  Sam .1 fi||v. will <-..-.ik DM "r.rnther. rd a > %  n m Ilai Mitivah M „ MM Mr. and Mr* Hai 1 > K.I: 1111. HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1J0' Johnson t Conservative. *' 1bb Dav-ci Shapiro. Cantor Yeh. dar Heilbi lun, ,t.'te tree at [he call of I id and all the tree are I CVITI RMAN. 1 I TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Literal. Rabbi Leon Kron.sh. Cantor Oavid Conviser. Idas • IS %  m. A Si rmon in Sow j ..,, 1, %  ,. %  .in Hax Mltsvah: o._ dauKhti : • VI1 an I Mm K1 1 v ne llnr -'; tsvulu Drew. >n %  I ilr and Ur. Hu old Malam l — • — j TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM. 16SC0 NW 22nd ave. Conservative. Rabb Henry 9. Wernick. I | a in |. in .1 mon: "'' ri l< ,l 1 % '.:'..' .1 111 — • — TFMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi irvmj Lehrman Cantor Hirsch Adler. TEMPLE ISRAEL. '37 NE 1?th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narat. Cantor J-icob B-rns ein. r |.i n> ; n, s, nv 1 '.ni Juda., f>, ntr h % %  t.i Man"* Pun Iva Sniurdav 1 %  < m Om -1 Bpeakera. H ibi,| Roland B (ilttelsohn of Ti D | tf |m uel, ll.mlon, and Jowrph W I 1 11,vi 1 ait> ••' '• I01 a a-lll ,i:--.-ii-s '.lu.l %  is.-i in the 1 TEMPLE Liocrai. JUDfc. 320 Palermo am. H.ibbi Mo.decai Podet. p 11 a MON 4 Gems jr Wisd jfHBB 111 ^MU.ILHIIII*' not to lo ik at the Divine Presnee :l %  man opens his eyes at the time ol prayer, or doenol and are delivered to Him, but because they are given in trust they afterwards return to their places The recital of the "Shema" is a means of accepting the yoke of Heaven and putting one's trust he angel of Death upon !um-i before his time; and. when his snul leaves him, he will not behold the face of the Divine Presence 'Them that honor me shall I honor, and they that despise me shall be ightly esteemed.' ii Samuel 2:30). hope. 'Midrash Rabbah" deals with the explaining of the verses of the Torah. The legends cited in this Midrash which are described in a picturesque and attractive lllllim ^hy is i' o.stmary to knp <"'s a r e not meant as beautiful stories fyes ^entd during the main and nothing more but possess an ^^ of pra y#r? educational aim: the Aggada (Jew-. Actually, it is not that one keeps ish lore as opposed to law) seeks one s e yes closed. It is rather that This assures one of This is he that looks at the Divine h, .. 1 back when he Presence a: the time ot prayer. In 7SSS. Vr^X o-ne^ho fact, of course, one cannot look at Sleeps in confidence awakes with i.ni. •he Divine Presence but what one ,,.,„., should do is to know that the Divine Presence is before him ." Closing one's eyes is thus a way of demonstrating that one undetslands his position before the Almighty in prayer. SRAEL'TE CENTER. 317* SW 25t" terinaer-ative. Rahhi Mo-tor M.alavsKv. Cantor Louis Cohen l i .!., %  n i s:l*i l>.m • • : .1 w k I '!"'• rstai p„|, W ileh? i '"' Ml • — KNESETM ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox Rabbi David LehMie'd. Cantor Abraham Seif. Sal in %  < %  H %  n %  li-.i i"n it • MIAV =3REW CONGRFOAT'ON 1101 S .V '2'h a>'e. N oilcrn Traditional Rabl Max Sh.ipi o. C.intor Fr-.i Sernata n. ..n i in i' "' % % %  %  %  %  w : ofiB Saiur.lii n %  i" -i lion of Hi.I.:i •' — MINYONA'RES. 3737 Bird rd. MoCern Trad.ti Jin a — SOUTHWEST CENTER 643E SW 8th st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice Klein. i %  p ..-. Sermon "The ^ 11 TEMPLE AOATH YFSHURUN. 102? NE :83rd at.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Max Zuoker. Cantor Abraham Reisman. :-':i.ii\ H:S*I ...:n Sermon: '"A Brotner,M tn and Qod." 8aturda> '' in. HI "The Widening Clef! i.•' : _• to guide the people in problems of lite and therefore intersperses its one keeps one's eyes from looking at anything else but one's prayer be words with matters relating to the, book or tne floor. The idea Jewish people, Eretz Israel, the 1 Torah of Israel, and the redemption of Israel. Many commentaries have been written to the "Midrash Rabbah," but most of them have been penned hir.d this is that one should consider himself as standing in the presence of the Almighty when one prays, and the Divine Presence is rot to be seen by human eyes since it is to be regarded with awe and • a difficult style not understood I JJf'JJJ; ",, 'fh^Tal.th .prayer by ordinary folk. In particular, hat n a"> P" „„„„ ,„. d aspora Jews who are not fluent in ha ,' ^ r vers The Zohar l.ebrew and Aramaic have fou-" 1 '"'"'tie Midrash difficult to understand. I I),,u 280b) BTiteS Published by 8ri Ivrit When a man stands in prayer he should shade h.s eyes o Implicit m HW>rji>m lay a belief m human brotherhood u'hich cannot be reconciled u'ith racial o r sectarian enmitiei Indeed il may be said thai the world 0$ a whole has not vet risen to tli hope foi a brotherhood ••! Lite. s STRAUS! TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. C3ntoCharles Kodner. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOO. 1351 S. 14 ava. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. FYMa) MI" p.m fc'ermon: "Junolam mi Survival," Rabbi Samuel Karff. Saturdaj 10:1". a.m. Bar Ultsyah: Stephen. W rf Mr. and Mrs. Robert s. Berger • — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11439 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. R a r i i Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Cottlieb. .-. ii.,, : %  '. p.m Brotherhood Sabbath n i nit] Night. s.i in. MI %  The Roi i" Brotherhood." Oneg Shabbat hoata Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Ueaaner In howr "f new on, Jonathan Saturda 11:30 B.m Sermon "Jewlah i 'oncept of the Meaaiah." — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. I725 Monroe st. Conservative. Rabbi Simuel Mendelowitz. Pr|rla> p.m Sermon: Henri* •• >/ i a iturdaj • i in TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-witz r-^ ntor Edwarl K'ein. %  • idio %  '' %  in • mo The. n iinij hiithei ind I illh l'-i!|>x\.|h H.niiil Il • ••' Mi n I i; I %  • %  %  -. i i ..,, TI • I'ol'tli m i ..I .v — • — rEMPI E NFR TAMID P0"h St. and T.iti in Waterway. Modem T'adi• -,-n* • TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6S00 N Miami iv' Rabhi N-.th.in Zvvitman Cantor Albert Glantz. • — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 95t Flan.mgo Way. Conservative. Rabai Leo Halm. Pi,,! iv v p in r-'. rui n "Hi Iherho -1 i<.si v'tal Enl ij '1| lun I Human I inl'y." Sit'll tla %  %  '• ^-' r .i,.. n "The Weekly Port I m ot :liLa .". p.m. !' i Mltxvnh II. i: vey, -.,ii uf Mr .in.i Mrs •' Ami • — TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Conservative. Seymour Hinkes. cantor. • TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Jacob Goldfarb. r i la) 8 In p.m. s'.im.iii"Broken Tablets Ones. Shabbat hoal Hi md Mr\ ii.ri Welsaman In In.nor .f her mother. Mrs. Ida Kaplan, ami aunt, .Mrs Sarah Simon, Saturday %  :3o .im Bar M tsvah: Manuel, son ..f Mi .mil Mis Hnnv M. ll.l.'l — • — YEHUOAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Stcinmetz. Cantor Maurice Neu. Pridav S:i". p.m. Sermon: "-We ur^ iur Brolher'a Keeper." Snturda] I i in %  CANDLEUGHTING TIME 19 I Adar — 6:04 p.m.



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Page 2-B +Je*ist fk^ridknr Friday, February 23, 19 .. %  C#**c Meeting our Responsibilities Flaqler Ladies in vanea cvenTs 0ur communityand what, Fla2l e, G ranada S.s.erhood he,d On Saturday evening the^.terJ-^JJU Den, for ft, a luncheon Tuesdav noon at Red hood sponsored a birthday party in „ m o.d?nn. he auditorium with music by Modera or w „ Invin ^A „_ M _. Stan Haymon and h:s band. a „ d pant -i, Pts were i ra Grcenb J First pin of the newly-established Israel Bond category of Negev Sponsor in the Women's Division is presented to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt by Mrs. Jan Peerce (left;, chairman of the national Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization, at a farewell luncheon in honor of Mrs. Roosevelt at the Fontoinebleau hotel under the auspices of the National Sponsors, society of women purchasers of SI, 000 or more in Israel Bonds. Mrs. Roosevelt left for Israel last week to see what has been accomplished in the first phase of the mass development of the Necev — major objective of this year's campaign. Academy PTA Slates Panel Your Child—His Moral and Spiritual Values" will he the theme of a Hebrew ACactemy PTA midwinter meeting. Panelistfor the evening will be Malvin Englander. Vice Mayor of Miami Beach: Leo Mindlin. editor of The Jewish Flondian; Judge Ben J. Sheppard. of the Juvenile Court: and David Luchins. a tenth frarie student at tbe Louis Merwilier Mesivta High School. Moderator will be Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy. Also on the evenings program •will be brief reports of the National Assn. of Hebrew Day School PTA convention held at Rockaway Park. X.Y.. to be given by delegates Rabbi Moshe Horovitz. assistant principal, and Mrs. Zvi Bergrr. PTA vice president.. According to an announcement by Mrs Sheldon Dearr. PTA president, the meeting will take place on Tuesday. Feb. 27. at the Waldman hotel. Judge Englander Speaks Vice Mayer Mai Englander was to be guest speaker at a meeting of the Young Adult Friends of Israel on Thursday evening at Suriside Town Hall. Judge Englander, a past president of the Miami Beach Zionist District, and past grand master of Hibiscus Masonic Lodge, was to discuss "Why My Wife Hates Me." Gurion Branch Ta Meet Here Ben-Gurion Branch of Farband will meet next Wednesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington ave. Newry-elected president. Max Astor. will conduct the business session. Bernard Furman. cultural chairman, will dedicate the propram following to Jewish Music Month. Mrs. Anna Sonn Bild will pre sent a paper on the observance of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra's 25th anniversary Unmatched For Delicious Flavor! I NO Salt NO Sugar NO Spices NO Shortening tie/ I naXfldL{jj3bs~tLt, Tojtfjo HOLLAND HONEY CAKE IS AN OUTSTANDING, DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD MADE WITH HONEY, MILK AND RYE FLOUR ALSO SALT FREE NO FAT • NO SUGAR • NO SYRUP USED ASK FOR HOLLAND HONEY CAKE AT YOUR MARKET for almost 40 years on Holidays and every day MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE has brought cheer into far more Jewish homes than any other brand because that Good-to-the-last-drop flavor means... It's a Mechayeh! all the way down! INSTANT MAXWELL HOUSE THE "SABBA TH COFFEE'' fcr instant enjoyment every day! In 2 Oz.,6 0z.,and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell House— fiavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! CERTIFIED K0SHER-PARVE FINE PRODUCTS Of GENERAL FOODS CORP. ~im .,. .l*].i For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! in 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.



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Page 10-B +j£nist> fhrldfian Friday. February 23. 1962 The Courier Mr. and Mrs. Max H*cht will be honored at a dinner-and reception at the Coronet hotel on Mar. 4 for their activities in behalf of the Religious Zionists of America. as the Mlzrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi is now known. Guest speaker will be Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum, of .New York, national president, who also is a member of the Jewish Agency executive committee Dinner chairman is Dr. M. J. Safra, with Jack Ciment and Philip Weiss serving as co-chairmen Robert Frost, noted poet, is recovering, but his illness forced the cancellation of Friday's meeting of the Friends ol the University of Miami Library Frost recently visited the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as Samuel Paley guest lecturer on American civilization, Victor Bennahum, director oi the Israel Government Tourist Office in the I'nited States, was guest at an Atlanta luncheon hosted by Israeli Consul Zev Z. Dover, who then moved on to Miami Beach, where he gave a reception for the local consular corps at the Fontainebleau hotel. The meeting was a pace-setting function for Saturday night's celebration of Eddie Cantor's Tilth birthday, highlight cf the 1!62 inaugural conference of Israel Bonds. We stopped up at the Trustee Club at the Barcelona hotel and saw such national leaders as Abe Kay, of Washington. Leonard Ratner, of Cleveland, national chairman Ira Cuilden, of New York. Lou Boyar, of l.os Angeles, and the I'eoria touch down twins, Sam Rothberg and Julian Venezky, all burning up the long distance wires to receive commitments of new N'egev Trustees for the conference. During a three-hour period, some 15 completed calls pulled in more than S500.000 — a reasonable return for a $50 telephone bill. • • • Rabbi David S. Susskind, of St. Petersburg's Temple Beth El, lectured at the University of Tampa this week on ••Commitments in Chaos." a.s a representative of the Jewish Chautauqua Society Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffee, of Hollywood's Temple Beth El. will lecture at Roosevelt Junior College in West Palm Beach on Mar. 15 for the society, an organization which creates better understanding of .lows and Judaism through education Louis Wolfson, the Miami and Jacksonville financier, took his mother. Mrs. Sarah Wolfson, to Waldtnan's for a kosher dinner Surfside Councilman Louis Hoberman Will sland for reelection Mar. 20 Miami Vice Mayor Henry L. Balaban will take part in a mass rally and concert pushing the Forand Plan for medical care for senior Citizens Sunday at 1 p.m., at Bayfront Park Bandshell Mert Wetstein i> pushing an American Basketball League clash between the Chicago Majors a ad Hawaii Chiefs at the Miami Beach Convention Hall on Mar. 9 Abe Saperstein's Majors feature Sweetwater Clifton David Karr, of New York, president of Fairbanks-Whitney Corp., was honored by Boys Town of Jerusalem at a New York dinner launching an expansion program. House Speaker John McCormack called Boys Town "a great human project that is an outstanding example of democratic thought in action." Karr's company is engaged in a joint venture with the Israeli government for desalinization of sea water under a process developed by Dr. Alexander Zarchin, noted Israeli scientist %  Mayor Robert King High asks Miamians to donate books for Belize in a drive aimed to replace those lost by Hurricane Hat'.ie's sweep through the British Honduras capital. • • • The American Council for Judaism this week expressed "moral" support for aims of humane slaughter bills recently introduced into New York state legislature. Same bills are vigorously opposed by almost every other Jewish organization. Such a position, it seems to this comer, is in keeping with the American Council for Judaism's anti-Israel stands, which are unfortunately reproduced by the general press out of all proportion to the infinitesimal size of the group. United Synagogue of America has urged Empire State G*v. Nelson Rockefeller to spare the life of 18-year-old Salvatore Agron, now under sentence of death for the playground killing of two boys in 1959. Move was based on traditional opposition to capital punishment of the Conservative movement You can scratch that item in a local column about Mr. Malvin Englander running against Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon. Sophia says. "One politician in our family is enough." Nobel Prize winner. Dr. Paul A. M. Dirae, of Cambridge, is now a visiting professor in physics at Yeshiva University. His work in quantum mechanics comprises one of the major contributions to 20th century mathematics Meyer Levin is continuing his battle to remove his name from an invisible blacklist from Kefar Shemaryahu in Israel. Unfortunately, too many Jews in the communications field refuse to intervene in his behalf, although the latest Gallup Poll shows that common sense alone is defeating Birchites. Gorshon Miller's B'nai B'rith luncheon at Lincoln Lane and Jack Fishmon's Wednesday Zionist get-together at the Ritz Plaza are weekly Sell-outs, further indications that this is Miami Beach's biggest season since 1957. if not in history. If the good weather here continues, and the nation's prosperity doesn't let up, look for deflated real estate values on the resort island to move up rapidly. RABBI MORDECAI KMCHBLUM See The Courier' Conservatives in One-Day Seminar Plans for an annual one day seminar for South Florida congregations to be held Sunday. 10 a.m., at the Carillon hotel, have been completed with formal registration to take place at the hotel. Over 100 delegates from affili ated congregations will gather to discuss some of the crucial items on the agenda of the American Jewish community. After hearing an analysis of "The Role of the Seminary and the Conservative Movement in American Jewish Life" by Dr. Bernard Mandelbaum. participants will be treated to a panel discussion on "Ways to Make Adult Jewish Education More Effective in Our Sj nagogues." e Irving Cypen, regional president, will greet delegates on behall of the region. Visitors ore expected from as far north as St. Petersburg and Jacksonville, Fla. Brotherhood Fete At Beth Shiran Temple Beth Shirah Sisterhood meeting next Thursday evening at Simniland Hall will commemorate Brotherhood Week. Guest speakers will be Rev. D. J. Mehras, of Aghia St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church, and Rabbi Morris A. Skop. of Temple Beth Shirah. Public school principals and teachers and the general public have been invited. Chai Chapter Holds Program Chai chapter. B'nui B'rith Worn en. met Tuesday evening at the Deauville hotel. The Anti-Defamation League presented a program on "A Practical Way to Learn About Brotherhood." with Intergroup Youth Council participating. Chairmen are Mrs. Ruth Corey and Mrs. Myrna Greenblat. Chapter president is Mrs. Oscar Rosenthal. Judge Goldman Seeks to Succeed Self on Bench Judge Phillip Goldman announced this week that he will seek reelection as Judge of the Circuit Court for the 11th Judicial Circuit. He was appointed to the Circuit Court by GOT. LeRoy Collins in I960. The Miami-born Judge, a University of Florida graduate, served with the Attorney General's office from 1!I49 to I960, and was Assistant Attorney General in charge of South Florida Ironi 1956 to 1960. judge Goldman is the grandson of Louis Fine, one of Miami's early settlers, who emigrated from Key West and was one of the founders of Beth David Synagogue. Judge Goldman's parents, Mr. and Ms. Nathan Goldman, presently reside in Ocala. "During his tenure in the Circuit Court, the 41-year-old Judge has achieved a remarkable record in disposing of over 1.000 cases without ever having been reversed," bis supporters declare. Judge Goldman said that "1 am in the fortunate position of having served in the capacity for which I am seeking reelection. Therefore, my campaign will rely on my record on the Bench ot the Circuit Court." Judge Goldman received his elementary and junior high school education in Da.ie county, and graduated from high school in Ocala, He was an honor graduate ot the University of Florida, took graduate study at Ohio State University, and earned his law degree at Harvard Law School. Judge Goldman was recently designated by the Supreme Court of Florida to sit as Associate Judge of the District Court of Appeal, where he served last Friday. Judge Goldman has served the i Florida Bar Assn. as a member of the Grievance Committee lor three years. Committee on Legal Education and Admission to ihe Bar for four years, and the Courts Committee for two yearHe is also a member of the Dad* County Bar Assn., American Bar Assn., Harvard Law School Assn., and University of Florida Alumni Assn. He was president of Key Biscayne Civic Assn. in 1956-57. and is ] a charter member of the Key Bis| cayne Kiwanis Club. Married to the former Sue SearLcy, of Tallahassee. Judge Goldman, his wife, and four children reside on Key Biscayne. He is a member of Beth David Synagogue. JUDGE GOLDMAN JFK Due at Fete For Smothers President John F. Kennedy will honor this state when he joins with Florida Democrats in paying tribute to Sen. George A. Smathers at a S100 aplate testimonial dinner. Saturday night. Mar. 10. at the Fontainebleau hotel The event, honoring Sen Smathers for Ins "outstanding service !o Florida." will make it the first ;mie that a President of the United state has appeared at a Florida Democratic dinner, COLGATE DENTAL CREAM FAMILY 03s -aid. School sessions will be held .Monday through Friday. The Hebrew studies program Drill include Bible. Mishna and Talmud. Jewish culture. Jewish history, Hebrew language and literature, and an intensive study of Chumash and Prophets with commentaries. The entrance requirements, according to Rabbi Gross, are recommendations by the rabbi or principal of Hebrew school, passing a qualifying entrance examination, high scholastic achievement in public s. ool studies, and personal interview with principal and school psyche ogist. The general studi s program will follow the ciirricul n of the Dade ( OUOt] Hoard of P. :>llc Instruction I will include F! iglish, science. math, social st lies, physical training, art, music and speech. "Initiation of I'jo program is the result oi many eiuests made bystudents who di '. not have the opportunity to en .11 in the Hebrew I Academy durii.^ their elementary 'schooling," Rabbi Gross said., THE MINYONAIRES 3737 BIRD ROAD ARE OFFERING ITS CENTRALLY LOCATED FACILITIES FOR CLUB MEETINGS, ETC. (Only Moderate Charges) Contact Leo Ciment TU 5-1455 and HI 3-2943 WOMAN IN GOOD HEALTH TO DO LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, LIGHT COOKING in exchange for lovely room, board and small remuneration. Call HI 8-7816 after 1 P.M. MAH JONNG Sets & Supplies LILLIAN E. FINK JE 4-2007 You are cordially invited to attend a RECEPTION AND DINNER in honor of MR. AND MRS. MAX HECHT Outstanding Community Leaders tendered by THE RELIGIOUS ZIONISTS OF AMERICA MIZRACHI HAPOEL HAMIZRACHI of GREATER MIAMI Guest Speaker Rabbi Mordecai Kirschblum President, Religious Zionists of America Chairman of Religious Affairs — Jewish Agency SUNDAY EVENING, MARCH 4, 1962 Six o'clock at the CORONET HOTEL 20th Street and Collins Avenue Miami Beach Couvert $7.50 per person For Reservations Call JE 2-6121



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Friday, February 23, 1962 vJenisfi fhridlian Faqe 15-A Winners of Essay-Art Contest Revealed At Bureau Annual Meeting Here Jeffrey Raymond, first prize winner in the annual Essay-Art Contest of the Bureau of Jewish Education, shows his prize piece of art work to Robert Belmaker, first prize winner in the Essay Contest. Malek Eyes Beach JP Seat Joseph W. Malek. Miami Beach norney and civic leader, has anunced that he will be a candidate Justice of the Peace for the I iffll District. Malek is single, and lives at 15G1 rnox ave., with his sister, Lillian lek. who appeared on Broadway •The Music Man" Malek is so a singer and has served as lor of Torah Temple for the -: seven years. A practicing attorney since 1948, lek is ,i member of the Florida i (I Miami Beach Bar Assns., Nu Beta Bpsilon, and is qualified to ractice before the U.S. Tax Court '. nd the Board of Immigration Ap!-. U.S. Department of Justice. a member of Beth Jacob I ongn gation and Temple KmanuEl Men's Club. Malek is an honorary member of the Miami Beach Zionist Organization, and has been cited for "outstanding service" by Miami Beaefa B'nai B'rith Women. He is a leading knight. Miami Beach Elks Lodge, past grand of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, chairman of the Miami Beach Zionist Club, and president of Young Democratic Club of Miami Beach. lie belong* to George Gershwin Lodge, Knights of Pythias, BreakJOSEPH MAltK fast Optimist Club. Miami Beach. Miami Beach B'nai B'rith. Miami Beach Civic League, and Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, among others, and is past chairman of the Miami Apartment Division of the Fund. Winners in the Bureau of Jewish Education's annual Essay-Art Contest were announced by M. A. Baskin, president ot the Bureau, at tin-winter meeting ol the-Bureau's ; i neral membership at Temple Menorah on Thursday at 8:15 p.m. First prize in the Art Contest has been awarded u> Jeffrey Ally Raymond, Beth Torah Congregation: second prize. Adena Skop. Temple Beth Shirah; third prize. Jack Weintaub. Temple Beth Am: fourth prize. Gary Fisher, Temple Beth Sholom: and fifth prize. Nancy Wellins and Debbie Fein, Temple Beth Am Honorable mentions also were awarded to Marcia Orovitz. Temple Beth Am: Jane Grayson. Temple Israel; and Muriel Light. Temple Beth Am. In the Essay Contest, first prize was awarded to Robert Belmaker. of the Bureau's Central Hebrew High School: second prize. Cynthia Schorr. Beth Torah Congregation; third prize. Cynthia Perwin, Temple Beth Am: fourth prize. Marilyn Seitlin. Beth David Congregation; and fifth prize. David Luchins, Mesivta High School. Honorable mentions were presenting to Jeffrey Rosenberg, Temple Beth Am; Helen Ann Fruitstone, Beth Am: Pamela Grossman, Beth Am. The awards ol U.S. Bonds to the first and second place in both the An and Essaj Contests w re marie by Rabbi Leer. Kronish and Mrs David Drucker on behalf of I'-.I American Jewish Congress, Florida Women's Division. Champions of the annual V ulary "Be< a 1 s o recen i i awards after a demonstration of their Hebrew achievement in the second, third and fourth grade.in the Hebrew classes. Awards were to be made to Martha Altschuller. Barbara Anapol, Marcia Kill man. Temple Beth Am; Betty Segal. John Berlow. Temple Beth El. Hollywood; Susan Kurtz. Irvin Feit, Carol Stein. Jerrold Foster. Temple Beth El; Sharon Bornstein, Terry Abrams. Linda Augenstein. Patty Carp. Richard Kagan. Max Sturman. Beth Toah Congregation; Joseph Rosenbloom, Robin Forman. Rita Gruber. Julian Kreisberg, Barry Katz. Elliot Scherker, ( oral Way Jewish Center. Also Toni Feinberg, .Judith Issenberg, Harold Scherr, Joan Horwich, Marsha Cypen, .Mark Sirull, Beth David Congregation; Michael Matzkin. Arthur Schinitsky. Mmriy Mitnick, Morns Wolf. Stephen S. billies. Michele De Zorken. Temple Emanu-El: Debbie Alper. Steven Lelchuk. Garry Hoffman, Seth Rose. Steven King, Marlene Segal. Elaine Kurzweil, Temple Menorah: Arynne Elfenbeim. Susan Lewis. Roscmarie Nacron. Heather Mero. Ray Ann School. Gene Unger. Temple Beth Sholem. Hollywood; Mark Hershy, Maxine Kronish. Leila Zen* derland, Temple Beth Sholom; Aaron Graber. Howard Sockol. H ri let Brager. Marlene Racker, Harold Libman. Arnold Bernstein, Miami Hebrew School; David Harr, Clark Mcrvis. Haul Axelrod. Maurici Joseph, Alan Felsot, Wayne Prichason, Temple Ner Tan Paula Gross. David Turner. Eli WUco, Harris Lerner. Rol Gross, Bernard Winer, Temple Tifereth Jacob. Hebrew demonstration v lirected by Louis Schwartzman ecutive director of the Bureau. Reports of Bureau activities v re heard, with Mrs. Lou..Glas r outlining plans for the Bure. annual dinner to be held May 21. Beach United WKAT-FM FROM BRAHMS TO BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WKAT-FM 93.1 on your FM dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concerts! WKAT-FM Music Month At Beth Sholom Temple Beth Sholom will observe Jewish Music Month during services Friday evening, according to Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader. To be presented are excerpts froai these oratorios: '•Judas Maccabeus." Handel; •Elijah,' Men delssohn; Creation.'' Haydn: and "Prophecj of Micah." Freed. A special adult and children's choir will be under the direction of Cantor David Conviser. UN Restricts ZOA Program Continued from Page 1-A that it was the custom at the UN to observe a moment of silence and i..it to engage in sectarian prayer. The ZOA president said the situation had been the result of an unfortunate misunderstanding. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. 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Page 6-A 9-,/enisf noridliair Friday. February 23, \%i\ Israel Bond Inaugural Will Open Here Friday Continued from Page 1-A its inception 11 years ago. Cantor has. during the pasl seven years, served as nat ; onal chairman oi the Builders <•! Israel, division of Israel Bonds concerned chieflj with the construction of hous for m immi ;rants. The message from \:v. BenGurion %  • %  ..!< made pub ic by SPECIAL HOUOZS the exti ,!i of fund tl %  Orga • est ond rs in order to n the i > %  pi r ar.( e ol increased purcl ases lo fi cedented developmenl program in the southi rn de. region. In the Trustee group in which the standard minimum subscription is $10,000. a new honor designation of Negev Trustee has been set up. Investors in Israel Bonds will be required to buy $15.000 to qualify as Negev Trustees. In the Builders of Israel category, which has been I headed by Eddie Cantor as national chairman, subscribers will be asked to purchase $4,500 in Israel Bonds to earn the title of Negev I Builders. This is the amount needed to build one housing I unit for an immigrant fam%  il\ in the Negev. In the Guardian and Sponsor division, the standard purchase has been SI.000. In %  order to be classified as a Negev Guardian or Nege\ I Sponsor (for women) Israel Bond purchasers "ill be expected to buy a minimum of j SI .500 for 1962. soring committee include former Presidents Herbert H Hoover and Harry S Tinman. Chief Justice Earl Warren, and Justices Tom Clark and William O. Douglas, of the U.S Supreme Court: Orville Freeman. Secretary of Agricultare; Abraham A, Ribicoff, Secre lary of He. th, E K ation and Welfare; and Mrs, Franklin IV R The %  I co ence fi B >nds Boyar Israel Bond leaders plan an intensified effort to sell Bonds in connection with the Eddie Cantor 70th birthday celebration at the Fontainebleau hotel Saturday evening. Standing at a map of the Negev, Israel's southern desert, whose development is a central purpose of the campaign to sell S66,500,000 in Israel Bonds during 1962, are (left to right) Samuel Rothberg, of Peoria, 111.; national campaian chairman of the Israel Bond drive; Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, of New York, vice president; and Louis H. Boyar. of Los Angeles, chairman of the Eddie Cantor celebration, and national chairman of Trustees of the Israel Bond Organization. Boyar, of Los Angeles, national chairman of the inaugural i i and ol the Eddie Canti r b I i celebi ation. Mr. BenGurien's emphosis on the role of Israel Bonds in provicing hou'ir.q fer imrrieir.i>-ts was echoed by Finance Minister Levi Eshkol. In his tribute to Cantor, the Finance Minister djclared: "It is more than fitting that the national inaugural conference for the 1962 Israel Bord campaign will be climaxed with a celebration honoring you. "(inee more your unfailing 1 ive m to your people, as demoi straU d by your de\ leadership of the Builders of Israel, "ill prove a rallying poinl in strengthening Israel through the nationwide sale of Israel Bonds. S i •]-. as the emergenev immigration rate increasing daily, all Builders of Israel face the noble task of providing tens of thousands <1 housing units, jobs, life and freedom for our brethren." More than 2.000 • from : i rnited States and I lanad i will take part in the Israel Bond conference. Outstanding personalities from the entertainment world will take I part in the Cantor birthday program Saturday evening. These include Jack Benny. Carroll Baker. Roberta Peters. Edward G. Robinson. Dick Shawn. Jan Sterling. I Ed Sullivan and Sophie Tucker. Guest speakers will he Eric A. | Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Assri of America, and Ambassa r M ehael S. Coma> Israel's permanent representative to the United Nations. Oth< r speakrs ill A li r a h a m Fe'nberg. president I the Israel Bond Organzal. in; Boj ar. ho is a so servii as national chairman of Trustees; and Ira Guilden, national chairman. Boyar expressed the view that the goal o SI5,000,000 in Israel Bond sales adopted for the celebration as a birthday "gift" to Cantor would b? reached. In addition to sales to those who attend th? celebration, he noted, Israel Bonfls are being sold throughout the United Staves ard Canada in honor of Cantor's 70th birthday. Admission to the dinner is based on trie purchase of a minimum of $1,000 in Israel Bends plus $10 for the dinner. Holsum Men Win Awards Awards for sale driving and certificate cards have been presented to 137 drivers in the Holsum Bakers Reel throughout Florida. Sate Driving Awards representing a, tal ol 649 years of accident-free! driving have been presented by, W. A. Hunton, general sales man-j the Holsum Bakers, and] lack Thaler, resident representative, engineering and loss control, the Travelers Insurance Company, who furnished the awards Boyar announced that 23 governors and 51 United States Senators have .joined the national sponsoring committee for the Eddie Cantor 70!h brthday celebration. Herbert H. Lehman, former U.S. Senator and Governor of New York, is chairman of the sponsoring committee. other personalities on the sponDELIGHT YOUR FRIENDS UP NORTH WITH FLORIDA'S FINEST GIFT FRUIT Do it the easy way-by mall. 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Honored guests at the lunch!] "eon will be Mrs Mich tel S i omaj ni ted journalist and wife of ljll rael's Ambassador to Nations, ar I the di tin esses Car il Bi ki i tin %  Mrs i P ci I charm Isra | en's IXi\ %  •prt LELAND E. TERRY ED PUBLIC ACCOI Announces T/e Bfftrovol of U.s Qttlct From ffco Dtfon/ BuiH'.ng In Miami TO THE RENUART BLDG 214 Alhambra Circle — Coral Gables Telephone 448-5455 (X3ma— TNH hv o= 13N3 14 YOUR LINK WITH IMMORTALITY XJeep in. ever y Human heart i tke longimj for iminortaUty. £b fee forever remembered is the yearning which has fUled mart* .wart since the dau>n of History. Jn Jewish tradHion, nothing has been so endowed with. immortaUtu as the link with the land, of Israel. cW maij now establish a living project in. ISRAEL bearing your name, through a bequest in your will or assignment of insurance. LINK YOUR NAME WITH ISRAELI J for information write cr v-sit FOUNDATION, JIWISH NATIONAL FUND (Keren Karemetn ItlVMli lixj 420 Lincoln Rd.. 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Paqe 12-A +Jelst)fk>ridliari Friday. February 2'.. \%% Rabbi Podet to be Installed Friday Eve; Dr. Eisendrath Slated at Ceremonies RAa8l MORtSZAl P02ET JNF Council Will Hear Israeli Leon Ell. president of the Jewish National Fund Council of Greater Miami, has announced that ;i eeting of the Council will take place next We Ir.e i in inebU: i' h Gue' pi aker \\ i i i H : ( : ret tor ol thi : % %  J( ]-!. Na .':.,.! Fill I who has rec< :\. I i from Jetisal %  ::'. and i.touring the ki > :•• in the Un "ed States, Miss Carmellia K rner, coi • ; :-io. will pri sent musical selections. There will be a report by the president on cis ssions tl M Dr. Maurice N. Eisen lra*.h, pit ident of the r ion of Ami r i Hebrew C n %  %  itu> >. th wee' will ir. ta'l Rnbhj Mprdi %  a fode' as.fipic'tual leader, <•' >• • • •' %  lea dun g Fri lay •• %  • ?er\ ic is. e I > : %  •! %  %  '"• T i •• 0£ i '• the Cit; of Coral Gables i i!l b May .si cb R-^\ E — '"ah -' v-*-! C V PW tv th? N>. i L-H rif£-e o c America. \/V si "a SCO re' |'0U leader! (•%  ••.!'-%  '-3 r.tficn %  • -T--J S'ITI .i= "Fear's*' d*Ft tar r justice, ta* 'tr if :he Unit r r. -.wim • H kr f— %  greaafiont, chmpion ef civil right*, He rebirth cf Israel : nter: f^io-al u lJirstandinp, (id to reedy nation*, p'oneer, statesman, dJdicateJ prophet of the Hely One." S( vert I months lat r in February. 196(1 Ral bi E'se-d h re %  '•< %  (. 57. a" I is !h" an Atieic*>' Civil Liberties U--ien, and UtaS Citizens' Commit!-•. He w.-r a memffee/;; f the City and Crjr'y Ai* ol the U.S \ an i the Assn. ii Js >.: C.ia ilai f thi Ar.nt .1 Forces. la add i these rabbin c an iv., i s| • ISlbl it< s, R;.' hi Podi II :.. I< cturer in the Departm Philoro, hj rid Religi i IVi isu r Coilesi Hill< I counsi Icr a lu U ivet sit} of r al a d cl ap an. USNR, Ft. Douglas. H. lee mred a. colleges and universities .n several western states undei ;he ausp.ccs ol the Jew.sh Cnau auqua Society. He is • %  '•:..: r t.1 to the I i m Xorma C. D. Voni .< r hsj at parent 11 .> • i i1 oa ...'., > Rau i i i d< I has c c cu pi ed ih i .r.pie Judea pu pit sinc rUlglUl. Eye Bank Branch Emma Lazarus group % %  Hada* sah will have ar. Eye Ban" r brunch and card party on Tue* IJ Polly Davis Cafeteria, r. \, > mandy dr. Mrs. Josep! White will be chairmar.. S'ream | il ish I '., •. ( r Failing .. 1939 pie Judea's si tr ie BA de ;i %  • : %  tern Reserve Uni\ itj i .n philosoph;. Hi engage d iti work in : | hj at the 'nivi rsity of ( hi< •and i %  s al : %  ni ai in ami delegation, which met recentCleveland and Chica i rj .:: New York with r JNF leaders, on plans formulate l hi re ior the establishn %  I of a new city thi Ni (V urvi r Miami sponsorship. FUNERAL HOME 333 D^PE eCL'LfA'ARD MIAMI BEACH JEfferson 1 -7^7? Edward T. McHn-. an Fiinero' Oirec'or iMiami Hebrew Book Slore 15S5 WASHINGTON *VE Mumi Beach — JE 8-380 Htfi* Rfiigiout Supplier for Synagoques. Scntni & P'lvatr Use ISRAELI A DOMESTIC GFTS In 1951. he was awardei MHL degri e an I oi d IU I y the Hebrew Union College, receii ng at the same time the I D< id Xeumark Memorial Prize. In 1950, he was awarded the Nelson and Helen Gl n ck Prize ai ir ; : Ier Pi %  -• Comn i II i a cha S Naval Reserve Ri v.-.-.ed I October, 1952. First api in! to the I" s Nai al Trainii nter i al Lakes, 111., he lati r I • the Navy's only Jewis! ... lain Mi d rran at •. %  %  si rvSixth Fleet \'A ro Prom December, 195! to August, 1961, he occupied the pulpit of Temple B'nai Israel, Salt Lake City, Utah. There he was president of the Salt Lcke B'nai B'rith and served en the executive boarr'-, of the Salt Lake Family Service Society, Utah Assn. for Mental Health, Salt Lake Jewish Ccmmurttay Center, Salt Lake lection of the Dade Heights Adult Activities Adult choir rehearsal at Dade Heights Jewish Congregation will be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. The adult discussion group will meet at 9 p.m., in th.' home oi Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinstein. 125 NW 196th st. On Sunday at 2 p.m.. the senior citizens will have a card party. Mrs. Marj Stu'.z is chairman Isidore Weiner is president ol the group. CR. MAttKCl i S£NDATil m SPEC'tAME in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS PALMER MEMORIALS "Miomi's Only Jewish Lm ^J Monument HHI im an Builders" SIP H. 1 Exclusive Deoler "ROCK OF AGES" FAMILY MEMORIALS "c v ir f-s. %  > '4JA Le*vc Be 1 -1 li to liv* 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 Scheduled Unveiling* SUNDAY, Ftfi. 25, 19s: Star o' Devic Ctmefer, JOSEPH ROSnifllD, 11 o.m. 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February 23. 1962 knist fiorldUan Page 7-B K' Verdi Requiem Set by UM Orch. %  r <* Giuseppe Verdi's moving and dramatic "Missa da Requiem" will be presented Sunday and Monday by the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra with tour internationally-known soloists and the University Chorus of 100. The performances, sixth in the Benny Hits Till For $32,000 Jack B nuy. as guest soloist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra at Miami Beach Convention Hall, raised a record $32,000 Tuesday night, with all •>n>c •!poina to the Symphony Orchestra Fund. With Fabien Sevitzky conductin 1 ; the 90-piece Symphony, a capacity audience of 3 600 people heard the fiddler from Waukegan play Beetho\en and Sarasate, _::_;. along with some of the Benny inimitable humor. This was Benny's 25th concert as guest soloist, and his total money raised for symphony orchestraacross the country is now S2.245.675 — a sum no other musician in the world has ever apfill-am Hoiden, as an American priest in China, appears proached. 'anted ii this scene from the Pearl Buck story. "Satan Never m ^ mmmmmt U/.ll W" opening Friday at the Carib. M.ami, Miracle. 163rd ArtS League Will Gateway Theatres HonOr HobermC.ll Joyce Farber, coloratura, and Helen ovenden. violinist, will be featured artists Saturday evening at a concert sponsored by the Miami Beach Music and Arts League in the Imperial room of the Roney Plaza hotel. Kay Sestock will be the accompanist. Preceding the concert, an award will be given to Louis lloberman. former executive secretary and vice president of the League, for his -contributions to the growth and betterment of the League." The presentation will be made by Dr. J. R. Schwartz, lloberman is president of the Surfside Music Society. The program will include music i of Verdi. Ddnizetti. Mozart, Lalo, and Mendelssohn. current winter series of concerts held at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums, will be under the direction of Fabien Sevitzky. Soloists include Robert Rounseville, young American tenor who was selected to play the leading role in the technicolor movie version of "The Tales of Hoffman;'' Irene Jordan," soprano, of the Metropolitan and New York CityCenter Opera Companies. Mary MacKenzie, contralto, a winner of the famed Metropolitan Auditions ol the Air award; and Ara Berberian. basso who has appeared with Ihe Philadelphia Grand Opera Company. The I'M Chorus is directed 1 y Glenn Draper. Verdi conceived the idea of a requiem to perpetuate the memory of his good friend and contemporary composer Gioacchino Rossini. The work was laid out in 13 parts and assigned to 13 leading Italian composers. Because of lack of unity of the different sections, and the varianc* in styles of writing, fhe work wa abandoned. Several years later, the Italian poet and novelist, Alessandro Manzoni, died. Verdi, who had set some Of Manzoms works to music, was deeply moved by the authors death', and received permission Horn the Italian Government to write a requiem masto be perlormed as a tribute to Manzoni in a Milan church. It received us first reading in 1874 with a chorus o! 120. and an orchestra Of 100 concocted by Verdi himself. This will be the third presentation of the Verdi Requiem by the I niversity of Miami Symphony. It as first presented here in 1954 and again in 195S. John Bitter eonducting both performances 'fclaremont Quartet will be featured in the sixth concert of the •eason oi Friends of Chamber Music of Miami on Tuesday •veninq at White Temple Auditorium. Program will include VOuar.et ,:, F major, op. 77. No. 2. Haydn; Quartet No. 1 in \* minor op. 7, Bartok: and Quartet in F major, op. 13o, Peethoven. FLORIDA STATE THEATRES In Wo'M Famous Miami Beach SHERIDAN fflTB. mum* lean NOW • Ma Shews Dally Shulomith' gain Slated "Shulaniilh." Yiddish opera per ,j>rme,l last season, will be a Miimi Be.uh Community Singers maja production again Sunday even-' f g. Mar 18, at the Miami Beach, Editorium, Pro luced and conducted by Ben jTonun a will be presented m full Dstume In the title role will be !arul Dunn. Ten,ii Nico Feldman. as Absom. will l>e making his first con'rt appearance since he was BOUght by Ed Sullivan from 1s%  ael for three appearances on his tlevision show. Baritone Gil Marr will again ake the role of Monoah. and Boris titcher, hacked by the 65 comkiunity singers, will be narrator. Medical Center Games Parly Greater Miami chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, had a games party Wednesday evening at the Algiers hotel. 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Friday. February 23. 1962 +Jeistfk>ri Fannie Sutfness, visiting from infield, N.J.. wore a black • i k chiffon. The bodice was s> ftly ;.raped, and her skirt leaturti a side swirl drape. A royal I •-.. hand made ribbon lace was worn by Mrs. Max Weitz. The dl %  >' pattern was embroid. IT, i v I a silver llame thread. Mrs. lie man Ausubel chose black -ilk p>-;.n:i with a harem hemline. The front of her skirt was caught -. gathers, each fastened with a at black velvet bow. :-: ver-lined bugle beads and iridescent crystals. A black silk chiffon sequin sheath was worn by Mrs. Aaron Weiss. Her conversation piece was her striking coat from Majorca, featuring a beaded and embroidered paisley silk print. She carried a small evening bag to match. Mrs. Daniel Ross, who's husband is chairman of the board, chose a pique print in tones and shades of browns and yellows. Her jacket dress featured a bellshaped skirt. Their daughter. Miss Lynn Ross, wore a honey beige with a turquoise and burnt 1 orange print. A whiteon-white silk brocade ensemble was worn by Mrs. Louis Glasser. From Hong Kong, the sheath featured crystal tassels around the neckline, handappliqued frog trim, and flat, fringed bows at the back of the coat. Mrs. Morton Mazor's warped silk taffeta mingled tones and shades of blues, with just a touch of green. Her fitted bodice flowed into the controlled fullness of the bell silhouette. Yellow mo\gashel linen with silk organza inserts in a floral pattern was worn by Mrs. William Ginsberg. Her skirt was a seven-eighths tunic over a sheath. Black peau de soie with bands of black eyelette was the choice of Mrs. Julius Ginsburg, of Chicago. Her black cashmere sweater was embroidered with a gold thread into "a flew de !is pattern. Mrs. Herbert S. Shapiro wore a stunning ivory mattelasse coat torn Paris, featuring a notched cape collar, and was of ballerina length. Under the greatcoat was a turquoise gown of ch:ffon and satin. kjJRS. Joseph Lang, of Pennsylrw vania, wore a warped silk taffeta print in ombre tones of green. Her dress featured the slashed bateau neckline. Dividing her time between Atlanta and Miami, Mrs. David Slann selected an ombre lavander chiffon sheattt embroidered in silver-lined bugle beads. Mrs. Morris Ncwmark chose an unusual two-piece white ensemble. The skirt fabric was peaa de soie, featuring controlled fullness in a modified bell silhouette. It was banded near the hemline in a self fabric, and the banded was detailed with small bows. Her bodice was a white cashmere sweater, with the body of the sweater a sheer import lace embroidered with heavy clusters of white cavier beads. To complete the contrast, her neckline was the tailored peter pan collar. CJ^W -*omen in \^^risp ^—^ visp re at ions ii*" Women galore turned out for the New Horizons Luncheon of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division at the F.den Roc hotel or. Monday. Mr>. Jack A. Ablin. as chairman, vied with the apparel that made up Martha's Hall of Fame Fash ions in a dramatic w'lte dres> and long coat — a Maurice Rentner. The sleeves were elbow-length, and the back featured striking scroll work. Co-chairman. Mrs. Inez Krensky, in white linen with Belgian lace and white hat in pearls. Also: Mrs. Carl Weinkle in white silk shantung, with a silk flag pinned to the dress, and Mrs. F. E. Bloom in royal blue three-piece silk shantung, with white accessories. Mrs. Jack Carner in a hand em she brought back elegance, in a full-skirted white pale green, the lining of her jacket Hono;:ry president. Mrs. Oida Rubin. ore a smoke-colored, lace-en?Liroidercd creation with an iridescent thread, over a gingercoloreO silk chiffon. Her dress featured a high rounded neckline, broidered sari long sleeves, and diagonals over, from India. the flounced silk chiffon at the j Mrs. Louis Cohen, demure in a hemSe Mrs. Louis E. Levin-1 dark blue shantung, with white thai, VIM'S husband was chairj highlights. man Jor the evening, selected a Mrs. Nathan Gumenick in a rose mijjt green and gold brocade en-; iridescent oriental silk made in sembk "The brocade was reemj Hong Kong heavily embroidered creation, with long sleeves and a little collar. Mrs. David Ponve in white cotion lace over yellow, with a becoming Lib Street hat. Mrs. Frank Bauer in an exquisite pale pink she had made into a straight-lined jacket dress in Hong Kong, with a striped collar and cuffs. Mrs. Carl Susskind chose royal blue and white in a printed dress and jacket with a royal blue hat. Mrs. A. L. Glickman in turquoise silk linen, with matching tassels the same as the blouse she wore. Mrs. Irving Cypen. wife of the Circuit Judge, in a magenta suit, with large buttons. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg in a paisley print with matching jack ct. Accessories included a gold rope bag and a hat to match. Mrs. Robert Z. Green in a Mar tha gold suit. Around her shiny black bun. a matching net. Accessories: a most unusual basket. Mrs. Harry Mufson. lovely in a Jane Darby great orange ccat. a gored skirt, with green chiffon dress and green decorating the bow in her honey-colored hair. flat and unusual turquoise jew|| rg David Hochberg in a beige creation, with little red silk apples dress, elry. Mrs. Matilda Ratner in a gray on tnc Peter Pan co l| a r. linen tweed suit, and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub in an orange silk shantung, with a lovely straw hat. Mrs. Mark Harris in a green and white raw silk Tregare, featuring large roses. Mrs. Arthur Rosichan, wife of the executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, in Dfofderi i! with gold, and the gold repeate; in her shoes. Mr-:, .'ack Popick. whose husband b president of the South Floridii AFHU chapter, chose a white g:lk chiffon sheath completely embroidered with the mute; Bugle beads. An unusual design -was embroidered across the hipline with silver-lined bugle Mrs. Josic Goldstrom in blue taffeta, the object of a •'HappyBirthday" serenade for her 88th. Mrs. A. J. Harris, wife of Greater Miami Jewish Federation's president, in an Elaine from Paris, featuring a shantung suit, with chiffon muted colored blouse. Mrs. Sam Blank in aqua handknit, with a matching velvet drabeadl -d the tiny white cavier ped hat and matching jewelry beads She topped her gown with Mrs. Aaron t oursbon. a model of a blacJ 'ilk brocade theatre coat. Black choice Meyei metei i k brocade was also the of Mrs. Anna Brenner in a sheath with asy. draping over the bodice. Philadelphia. Mrs. I. J. up selected a white silk crepe sheath. Her gown was complete! v t-nibroidered with the silF ROW C BALDNESS In Your Future! Hair is associated with youth, boldness with age. Wiltox with hii 20 yean experience, con save and improve your hair your youthful appoorancc • Froc Examination • Triol Treatment $1 • No Obligation • Complete Privacy Personalised pu-mcthod trcotment 'or bo*h men ond women. Weekdays 10 ts 7—Sat. 10 til 2. Phono FR 4-7882 Todoy* GOLFERS LOWER YOUR SCORES! you can hove new Grips installed— Clubs reshaffed or reweightcdWHILE YOU WAIT! Wood clubs retinished like newMi nicks removed, rescored and name replaced. Also specials on golf shoes, bags, c.irts. balls, gadgets and accessories. Best selections. "EVERYTHING FOR THE GOlFfR" &Orr b $ER VICE 1423 Ponce de Leon Blvd. HI 3-2659 Coral Gables, Fia. DAVID PINSKI FOLK SCHOOL PRESENTS SIDOR BELARSKY Internationally Famous Folk Singer in a program of Hebrew-Yiddish Chasidic Songs DR. PAUL CSONKA Associate Conductor of Miami Opera Guild in a Selection of Classical Music SUNDAY, FEB. 25-8 P.M. Miami Beach Senior High School Dade Boulevard (21st St.) and Washington Ave., Miami Beach TICKETS ARE RESERVED S2.50-S3.00-S1.2S ON SALE AT American Israeli Religious Store 1357 Washington Ave. Star Dairy Restaurant 841 Washington Ave. Box Office will open at 6 30 P.M. THE DAY Of THE CONCERT Mrs. Leonard Rosen in a Mar tha of gray and blue, with blue piping, and Mrs. Henry Gewitz in a Car-ine black and white silk suit, with a mink collar and a Mr. Johns white hat. — P. -• HOSTESS PANTRY BAKERY ANNIVERSARIES BAR MITZVAHS WEDDING CAKES PARTY CAKES THAL BROS. EPICURE MARKET 1656 ALTON ROA0 M.B. JE 8-1861 i. The Merger of Mr. Frank Formerly of The Eden Roc PLANNING A TRIP TO EUROPE? If you are single and would like to join a congenial group leaving from New York this summer call UN 6-3175 or JE 8-0778 Reduced rates. MAN OR COUPLE TO SHARE HOME WITH ELDERLY GENTLEMAN 6428 S.W. 39th TERRACE (Near University of Aliomi KOSHER KITCHEN M0 7-5195 3 32 Congress Bldg., Miomi REXT A CAR from $2.50 per day $15 pel uk & mlleujre charge AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3-6765 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF Jinii 'JV'JVeJ/e You'll love Knit 'N' Needle attractively decorated in Early American furnishings. Knit 'N' Noodle features finest imported and domestic yarns, instructional materials and personal attention of Barbara Greenberg, owner and proprietor. Mr. Giaii Formerly of Joseph's-Surf side With An Expert New York Stoff HAIR STYLISTS • Mr. Bob Mr. Tony Mr. Mickey • COLORIST—Miss Fran • MANICURISTS—Miss Olive, Miss Jennie Phone Miss Norma For Appointment UN 5-3549 ScdofL l FORMERLY JOSfFM'S Of SURPSrOE I 9430 HARDING AVE. SURFSIDE BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME 2628 Galiano Coral Gables HI 5-5121 > NON PROFIT — NON-SECTARIAN SUPPORTED BY YOUR COMMUNITY Under Strlet Suprvikm of MM Q I IHKH VaaO Hhhrutri of FtarMa Rabbi Dr. leaac M. Evar, Director 24 HOUR NURSINO — DOCTORS ON CALL ALL DIETS OBSERVED — CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS MODERN EQUIPMENT 4 310 Collins Ava. •. JE 1-3571



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Friday. February 23. 1962 Ubftlff) flcridUan Page 15-B LEGAL NOTICE I NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ci FVENTH JUD.CIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1569 -v. i.l.l AM B. DORSETT, i i. .in.in. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE .ANNA. I!. H-TH DORSETT, ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Xi \NN.\ ROCTH IM IRKETT \nn.i ROUth I'IVMII. ale hereby notified Hi.it ;i Complaint for l >! %  yinx-r has been filed against you, and ..„„ „ r %  equlred lo MH>' R eopj ol vmir \n-wer or Pleading t" (he Comn the Plalntlff'a attoi m ( J 11„ | ,i I.I. linian. -'ii S.K. IIral K\ • %  Miami, Florida, and file Ihe o Iglnal \nswi i ..r Pleading In the ofl i ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on ot the 19th .I.i > of March, 11.62 ii \,.ii f.iil lo do BO, Judgment b) default will l>< laken against you tor ih,. relief demai I In the Bill ol i 'nmplalnt. IXINK AND ORDERED at Miami, this 18th da) of Februar), y 11 IH62. i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. Circuit Court, I*ode County, Florida Imal) B) K. M I.YM AN Deptlt) Clerk i DAVID I.I EMM \N 20 S.E I lrat A ^ enue Miami, Florida Wtnrnej for Plaintiff NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN Unit the undersigned, rtealr t* a to engage In business under tha fictitious name of V Mil, It I 'A.\ I I'm il..II.Kl.NC. To. al : ... i N W. 86th Street, Miami. Intends in register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, iloi Ida Al. RCBEN8TEIN, Sole "•<<• %  t i 2 '.'-1623 NOTICE UND6R. „^ — FICTITIOUS NAME LAWr NOTICE IF HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring t" engagi in husim as un.iei the iic.i...as u i.n oi KKYLAKE PLAZA located at N.W. corner of I With SI and N.E. 19th An.. North Miami Bea h, Florida, Intends in reglatct said name with the Clerk .,; in, ii cult Court "i Dade County. Florida. TULIP REALTY CO, (i|l I.I.IUI i.\. INC, Bj Bty. I). Caldln, Attj A Agent V 2-9-16-23 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 54993 B IN RE: Be'ati i i F \N.NIK HKi iTHKHS I... led NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cre an I Ml Persons Having Clalma notified and required i' present any claims and di manda which yvu may have against thi estati ol i-AWii: BMOTnr.HS deceased lati of Dade County, 1orida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file tha sum,' In their offices in ih. County Courthousi In Hade County, Florida, within six calLEGAL NOTICE the s.i me i 16 23, :t 2-9 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941 FILE NO. A-20492 NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that Nathaniel w. Slegel holder of County Tax Sale Certificate No. 1TS4 Issued the '.'-i da) of Maj. A 11 1957, has • I. ,l sain,' in my office, and has made npplicat i ii fi i" a tax deed to lIs. i hi I'-'iii s.: i.i i Vr: Ificate em a, the following described propIn ill.* i'..iini> of Dade, State >f : %  Ida, lo-W II : E Ing's Addn I'Nit Itnok 3 l'a_. : 16 in th • 'ount) • •; hade, SI He ol 1 Ii I Ida rh.' assessmenl -a ,1 : ropei t> tin. %  %  i said i-rtlficati was in the ,i urn C E" Ing & Kathei ini i.i rd per 1 nli ss said cert Ifii ati shall be re, ,in. .1 according to law, the prop• i\ ii, act Ibed hi i ein will be gold to highest bidder at the four! House i on Hi. first Monday in the month %  .\i.ii. .. i'.".:. which is the 1th ila> I Man :.. 1962 I lnt< il this -'Ith d 1) of .lain.u ) • B LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Cli cult Court. l lade i "ounty, Florida -,.,n By: R. M I.EEPER. Deputy Clerk S/2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COHNTV. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 656 EIXIEWATER SHINS and JAMES McOLYNN, plaintiffs, RALPH RORBIN8, SKII'PY NuRMAN, MEL API.EH. MITCHELL !' MILLER. MOLLY HORNE and I LORENOE HALPER, 11. fendants. NOTICE OF SUIT Ti> RALPH KOUMISS Crystal Houst Apartment! studio I, BOSS Collins Avenue Miami Beach. Florida MITCHELL P MILLER MOLLY HORNE c n Li Isure Lakes 4 17'.' N.vv Mth Street V ami, Florida SKII'I'Y NORMAN i randy Stik Lounge 22ftft Park Avenue Miami Reach, FIoiIda TOL' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai suit has b een brought against you ii EDOEWATER sn;NS and JAMES McOLYNN, plalnilffs. to foreclose a certain Lien more particularly described In Ih.' Complaint tiled in this suit which lien encumbers the followdeact ibi d pmpi rty sltnati d in I'ounty, Elm Ida, to-wlt: The E, l"" fi of the s. 80 ft. of I OCEAN FRONT AMENDI:I i, Plat Itni'k '•. Paai s nd • Publii Rei :' hade County, Flnrida, a k a 22t' Park Avenue, Miami Beai h, 11i Ida, I" ing the sain. i i-rfbed in tl •,,iii heed fruii I 'ark Avenui I li Elnrei Hniprr, recoi Hook li'l d -• I in Ocean Front Pri'i i-rty. PH ge IT I • nd you nri i file > ..inMiwer '" said nplalnt wit Cl< rk f thi styled • : ntlfl attorni A I.HERT I. \\ EINTRACH .v \ J.\^ .i rll; Tl list Hulld. %  i,ia not later than i March, 1962, In di '. ah h Rid Ci mplainl will be laken %  seed l>> you I VTEl I at Miami, had.' Count). at da) nf January, 1962 i: n LEATHERMAN rk of thi i "Ircull Coin i (seal) B) K M LYMAN. Deputy Thru 1 2-9-16-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN lhnt the nrifli rsicned. rteslrlnir t" encage In business jnder the fictitious name of HOMESTEAD TRAVEL AGENCY at 1000 N. Ktoine Ave., Homestead, Florida. Intends to register said nami with the Clark of the Circuit Court <; Dad, 'ounty, Florida. .BEATRICE I'ESKI'K 100$ Owner 2 2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY GIVEN that the undi Ii siring i" • ngage In i asliKs* under the fictitious names "f WESTOVER AfARTMENTS; WESTOVER ARMS APARTMENTS; THE WESTOVER a1100 Collins Avenue, Ml iml Hi FIOI Ida Intenda i" reg|i %  i 'Ircult i 'inn of i lade County, WEST" 'VER RE M.'i'V CORP. BH M'lC" & FRIED, ESQS 4"T l.inn. in Rd Miami Beach, lla. Attorni i'alt) Corp. 2/2-9-K-2I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 865 THE WILLIAMb'BL*RGH SAVINGS HANK. Plaintiff, \ i, HENRY Fl'GATE and ANN FCGATE, his wife, and ALEXANDER WEISS. I i.-f.-ndunls. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ALEXANDER WEISS 1447 N. Bodlne Street Philadelphia i. Pi nnsylvanla You are hereby notified that the abovi captloned action lias been i"stltuted against you In ih. circuit Court nf the Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for Dad.County I" fi I • close a mortgage upon the following d.-s,i ibed real propel' > %  I.,,i BliK-k 69 ..I FIRST ADDITION TO CAROL CITY according i" the Plat thi reof, n i orded In Plat Hook 80 at Page 19 ol the Public Rei ords ..i i tadi County, Florida, \,. u ,,i, reiiulreil to lib your answ.i i,. plaintiff's complaint with thi rierk of the aforesaid foorl. sod serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff a attorne) MARTIN FINE, nth Floor Dade Federal Building, Miami 3'.'. Florida, not later than March 2, 1962, or a I *:••>• Pro Confesso will bi ent. •, ,i against you, I iated January 25, 1962. i: B. I.E. VTHERMAN Clerk %  '. the Cln uil "ourt (aeal) B> E il LANWAY, 11. puty Clerk MARTIN FINE Attorney for Plaintiff i nli Floor i 'ad. Fi deral Building Miami 32, Florida J 2-9-16-23 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 656 EDGEWATER SKINS and .1 AMES McOLYNN, Plaintiffs. vs. RALPH ROBB1NS, SKIPPY NORMAN, MKI. ADLER. MITCHELL | P MILLER. MOLLS HuRNEand FLORENCE HALPER, I irtendants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: FliORENCE HALPER 11 Riverside Drive East Apartment 17 C N.-w York, N.T. YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been broupht agalnat yon hv KIHiKWATKIt SIGNS and JAMES MeGLYNN, plaintiffs, to foreclose a certain Lien more particularly deaeribed in the Complaint fil-d in this suit which lien encumbers the fouowing described property situate in Dade County. Florida, to-wlt: The E 100 ft. of the S. m> ft. of Block I, OCIEAN FRONT AMENDED, l'lit Book :., Pages 7 and S, Public Records of Dade County, Florida, a k a 2206 Park Avenue, Miami Beach, Horlda, being the same property described in thai certain heed from Park Avenue Realty Co to Florence Halper, rei led m i''.d Book 1015 r.i and son, Unas referred to as being In i II an Front Property, PB 2, al Page 17. ami foi other relief, and you an required to file y • Answer i" said Complaint with Ihe Clerk of thi above styled Court and to serve a cop) thereof on plaintiffs' attorneys, AL BERT I.. WKINTRAl'B .v A ; • 1 CRISTOL, 219 Security Trust Build:• a Miami 12, Florida not latei thai the "'Hi day of March, 1962, In lie fault uf which said Complaint will be taki n as confi si ed b) y iu. DATED at Miami, hade County, Fi.nl.la, this -''ih day of January, V B NEATHERM VN Cli rk "f the i "Ii ult Court B> : E II I. \NWAY. 1 puty Clerk ii.iar months irom h. first pub*lcation hereof, win be barred. s 11 EN It V FACTOR I!1"TII FACT! dt %  loldn an, i loldsti in ft Pacali r Attorne) s 2303 w Flagier St. Miami, FIoi iua 2 2-9-16-23 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS, NAMt. LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engage In business under the fictitious name of RAI B s HAKDV ARE al 131 • W Mh Street, Miami, Florida Intends to register said name wiiii the Clerk bl the circuit Court • %  > Dadi County, Florida, WILLARD I. STEELE II. ROBERT Ki LTNi W Attorne) for WllUard L, Btaele 629 West Fiagler Street Miami, Fiorina 2 :-'•!•• :. IN THE CIRCU T COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 62C 1535 THE WILLIAMSIll'RGH SAVINGS BANK, Plaintiff \ s. IOHN AltTlll'l: ZACCO and ROBERTA 'I ZACCI'. his wife, i al. 11, f. ndants NOTICE OF SUIT TO JOHN ARTHCR ZAI and Rl IBERT V O 7. VCCi I, h Ifi %  _':'.. i Brow n A\ enui Memphis, Tennessei You are hereby notified that above captloned action has been stltuted against you lit the circuit Court of tin Judicial Circuit of Florida in and fill had.Count) Il elosi a mortgngi upon the following described I nl prop, rt) : Lot i, Block I.: PINE TREK M IN(iR, SECTION THREE, aeeordlng to th, Plat thereof, i orded In I'lnl Rook B" at I'a I Ihe Public R, nrds %  I Wde i "ounty, FIoi i la, lhi r with l Igldnl • 'A VVC iS an : K >i Idaln Ri I I .:.'-• v.i an reqi red In file our an Bwei plaint Iff's ipl ii';i r h I hi Clerk of thi aforeaa id Com t, and servi a cop) then of upon plaintiffs attorni y, M VRTIN IINE, llth Floor I ladi !•' %  di al !' lldl L. Miami Plot Ida, no! lat'T than Mar, Ii IN THE COUNTY .UDGES COURT IN AND FOR r ADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. N PROBATE. No <8809-C IN RE: Estate ol JOSEPH WEirrSTEIN, I leceased. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR D STRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is liereh) given thai I havi filed my Final It.'port and Petition for Distribution ami Final Discharge as Executrix "i the estate of JOSEPH WEINSTEIN. deceased: and that on the 12th day % %  < March. IIMJ2, "ill apply to the Honorable County Judges ol Dade County, Florida, for approval of said Final Report and for distribution and final discharge as Executrix <>f the estate of the above-named decedent 'rids :c.ii day of I %  bruary, 1962 MARGARET FINE As Executrix "f the Estate Joseph Weinstein. [>eceased. MYERS, HEIMAN ft KAPLAN Attorneys i l.Mi 8.W. 1st Stri • t Miami. El, aid., 2 16-23 3 2-9 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! tojmlsii fJcridfrarn solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate yomr patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates iHtil lit 3-4005 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE •f i ri Pro i "onfi sso \\ ill In the in IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 52845-A IN RE: Kstati WINII 11EI' V. COHN, I i.e. ased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ni I'll "E • hi n b) given that we havi I'ed out Iinal Repn t and Petition foi Ii -i Ibutiot a i I .nal Uli hnrgi as EXECCTRICES nf the estate of WINIFREH /COHN, de, eased and thai on m nfn r thi 16th day of March. 1962, will apply to the Horn rable t 'ount) .1 uilgi of I adi County, Florida, for approval ol Final Report and for distribution and 1962. final dli hargi as EXECCTRICES ui eiiir a ti red against > i u. I %  .,-, %  l elnuaiy 12, l2. E B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, i 'Ircull i "out t. I di i 'ount). Florida! (seal) By: M CAVAlwVRIS l teputy ci.rk MARTIN EINE Attorney for Plaintiff 14th Moor Dadi FVderal Building Miami VI, Florida 2 16-23, S :-: %  th tile 1.1th alu da ive-tlamed tleuf Fi bruary, NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. INCHNCERY, No. 62C 1*98 ANNIE M. K VINES, Plaintiff. vs. HOWARD VINES. Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: HOWARD VINES You. Howard Vlnea, are hereby notified thai a Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint ,.n thPlaintiff's attorney, J, David LJebman, 20 S.E. Elr.-t Avenue, Miami, Florida, and file th. original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of th. Circuit Court on or before the 19th day .if March. 1962. if you fall to do si Judgment by default will be tuk.n against you for thi rellel demanded In the Bill of Complaint DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. l i, HI, ia. tins 12th day of February, A D. 1962 E. it. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County. Florida (seal) ID K M LYMAN I i. put > I lei k .1 DAVID I.IEMM \N 20 S.E First Vve. Miami. Florida V %  %  I 2 16-23, 3 2-'' IN THE CIRCU 1 COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 1051 THE W MSB! UGH • ,\\ Ni IS BAN K. \ is t al, l> :% %  1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55048-C IN RE: Estate ,.f SAMlEl. BROWN, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO All Creditors and All Persons HlO Ing Claims or Drmnnds Against Said Estate: You are hereby notified and required 10 present any claims and dl manda which you may have against the .state of SAMUEL BROWN, deceased Inte of St. Joseph County, Indiana, to the County Judges of Dade County, and rile the same in duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida statutes. In their officein the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendat months from the time .,f the first lubllcation hereof, or the same will be barred. Dated al Miami, Florida, this 26th day of January, A.D. 1962 A I, AN It K ESS 1.Kit as Ancillary Adininisi raior. Cum Testamentu Annexo First publication of this notice on the 2nd day of February, 1962. WEINKI.E A KES.-1 I l: attorneys for Administrator 81 I Seybold lluildlng Miami 32. Florida 2/2-9-16-2I ERSo.N el NOTICE OF SUIT Ti l K IT H I'A I'TERSt IN. an .. d I nknow n spo • If alive o ml hi • unknown i i devisees Ii gatees, granti i asslgni es, llenm s, i editors, I. iisie. ami all parties having or lalmlng t' havi any right, title or int. real in thi property ill si %  li>. d hen in You are hereby notified that the above captloned action lias been In Btltuted against yen in the Circuit CoOTI of th. Judicial Circuit Of Florida In and foi I iade County to foreclose mortgage upon the following desci ibed real property : Lot il, Block 103 Third Addition to %  c.iioi City according to the Plat th. r.nf recorded in l'lat Book 65 at Page : %  :: of the Public it rds of Dade County. Florida, you are required to file your answei lo plaintiff's complain! "itb the Clerk of the afei.-aid Cull. and servi a cop> thereof upon plaintiff's attorn, v M VRTIN PINE 1 Itli Floor I .ad.FVderal Building, Miami 32, • latei than March v 1962 ,.,a Deere. P o Confesso \*ill be en:, :. d against y ou. Dated Janus i: B LE \'ll 11 RMAN ci.ri; nf the i art (sealj B) K \l LYMAN, I li par. 'l.rk MARTIN I INE Attorn, y '""• Plaintiff nth l loor Dadi Fi dt ral Building Miami 32 Florida estate uf cd.lit This IS62, ANN WALTER MARTHA Rt 'SS Law Offli %  Albei i l. Welntraub A.'.lav Crist, il 819 Sei ttrlty Trust Building Miami 32, Florida By: A Ja> Crlstol 2 16-23, 3 2-9 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 61C-12308 (Goldman) CENTRAL SAVINGS HANK IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK, a corporation existing under the laws of the State of New York. Plaintiff, vs. FRANK 8ITAR8KI, el al, 1 left ndants. NOTICE OF SUIT TO: STORM KING AIR-VENT AWNINGS, INC a Florida corporation Address Cnknown Yi H" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has been brought agalnat you by CENTRAL SAVINGS BANK IN THE CITY OF' NEW YORK, In Ihe | above-entitled Court, to foreclose a mortgage encumbering the following ,i, s.i in. ii property, to-wlt : Loi 8, In Block 1-. of MUST ADDITION TO SIERRA, according to the plat thereol recorded In Plal Book 53, al page 96, of the public records of Dade County FIoi Ida Togi i li. i with: i IE l.A :••_ %  i< Reft Igerator GE .1 361 -I. Eli ctrlc Rangi Venetian Blinds; anil vou an n I • lo fill your answer with the Clerk of the Circuit c, nri it Dadi County. Elordla, at th.t'ourthou in Mian Piorl a, on ,,, before Man h 19. 1962, and i" servi i ni ;, h nnswi r u| on DAVID P CATSMAN, Plaint ff's attoi ne>. n-hose ndilreas i llth Floor at 101 i; -i piagli I %  • %  Miami 32, Hoi Ida, on in befon a Id date, as reI i,j ihi lawi of Florida II you i.. do so, thi %  ii ; Is Int I i be laki • a, oi fi ssi d b) you and Pro %  'onfi s 111 i i nsl % mi for thi el %  n • h. ci mil In Int. DATED this 9th da) %  •! Pel %  i: It LEATHERMAN. Cli i 'ircull i "o IM. I 'ad. i 'ount Flo tl Rj M CAVALARIS I leput) i ')• i k DAVID P C VTSMAN i ni, pionr •' l"1 F. I lagli SI Miami 32, Florida 2 '• NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED FILE NO. 52244 Notlc. is hereby given thai Nathaniel W Slegel holder as asslgnei ,.f City Of Miami Ta\ S lie Cortlfli Itl Numbered H-' ,; dated the 1st day ol June, \ D. 1959, has filed said cer tifii ati in m) offli e, and has mad. application for tax deed lo Issiti thi i. .ui in .,. %  ot lam i ith Inu Said Certificate embn follow Inf ii, scribed propel iy situated In I 'ndi County Florida, to %  I S 25' of w 71 Lot 10 Home Subdivision Plal Boi k B Pagi 126 h the city of Miami. Count) of Bade state of Florida The assessmenl of said properly under tin Certificate Issued was in the name of 1 'nknow n I Cet ii bi i. lei ineil ai i ti few, ta\ deed will Issui th on thTtli day of Man h. \ D ; ,] this :"-• • 111 da) of Janual y A.D i: i: LEATHERM \N. Dadi Count i Florida Ry R M I.EEPER, NOTICE UNOPR FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV1 N tl the undersigned, desiring to engagi business undei Ihe fictitious name MIAMI CLOTHING EXCHANGE •" 139 North Miami Avenue, Minn Florida Intend to n a ati r said nan with Hi. 1. rk of Ihe Cln lit I 'ourl C Hade Count) I'ol'ida. LEON SHEINFELD BARNETT PHILLIPS I! VRl '1.1 Ol ILI MAN Utorm s for Applli anti 2ti s E, 1st Avenue Mlani Florida : .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O* THE ELEVENTH J U D.C I AL CI RCU IT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 1555 ART1 ll'R PETF2R K I'.I.I.Y. Plaintiff, t'L \K!'-i: KELLY, i •• ndant. NOTICE TO DEFEND IT VRICE K i'.I.I.Y t "aft lei I.I I lepartmi nt n Aircraft C lb tlipage, N .1. YiU' VRE HEREBY XOTlFIl D tha ., Comi alnt fi 'Ivon i hi bi ii ,i ., ou, and you HI • qulri .1 ti serve B co| ol %  %  % %  A ... other pleading upon %  •• a i mey, GEORGE N Ma l ., i\ I;I i. "i : filsi a) ni Itldg., Mlu i the i irlginal A or pleading in thi • ffli i of t i %  ;, k of the C uil Pn t on or %  f, ,, thi 19th day of March, 1962 otherwlst judgment li) default will ltaken aga nsl you for the rellel dt manded li the Complain! DATED, at Miami. Dadi Cram this the 13th day ..f February, -\ I 1962 E. B. LEATHERMAN, I lerk. it Court, 1 '...I. I 'o int). Elorula ,., al) By: M CAVALARIS, I •, put) Clerk 2 16-23, .1 2-9 IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE 5 COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 55C23-B DOWLING WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND, Deceasi NOTICE TO CRED.TORS To All Credit.as and Ml Persons Having claims or Demands Agalnat oaia Batati Yen. anil each of you are her. inotified and required to present an: claims and demands which you, or either ol you ma) have against tni Mtati of WILLI \M HENRY RK HMOND deceased Inte of Had. I ounty. Florida, ti the Honorable County Judges of Had. County, and file tne same In their offices In the "'ounty Courthouse In Hade County. Floriila. within six calendar months irom tne date of the first publication Itereol s.,i,i claims or demands to conta n ili, legal address of the claimant and to I., sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred, s s, tlon 713.16 of the li'l". Probati ^ Hated January 26th, A.D. 1H62. EILEEN RICHMOND As Vdmlnlstratrix ol thi Estal ol WILLIAM HENRY RICHMOND D I 2 2-9-16-2. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 55160-A IN RE: Estal IIEFSIE K \I1V "NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn dltors and Vll I Hs Ing 'la inoi Di inands tga ni i sa I y,,„ .,, %  h.i. li) notified and required tn | ., -, m an) i Inlms and mands whii h you ma> ha\. %  i -• •, ,i P., sale K.i di • .-. • i indi I unty, Florida, to the Count) Judges • Dadi fount; til,, the MIIII in dui in -• Statin, s. ill tin : %  li Courthouse In Dadi County, Ida, within -iv call ndai months fr mi the time of ih.flrsl pub leal %  rt hereof ,,r thi sami 111 be ban • il Dated al .Miami. Florida, Ihht 9th dav of Fi bruar) A.D. 1962. HILDA FINEBERG As Exei iniv Flrsl publication of this notlee on the 16th day of Fi bruar). 1962, II \I:KY ZCKERNICK Attorney for Exi utrix 120 Llm oln Rd., Miami Beat h K t seal) 100 COPIES-$2 (PHOTO OFFSET) ANY DOCUMENT (C10B BULLtHHS leTTM RtPOKT PLEADINGS) i8'.-xl1 or 8'. si* Black i Whitrl Reproduced On Bond Paper WHILE YOU WAIT! CASH i CARRY SUNSHINE PRESS 95 N.E. 13th Street Phone FR 1-0815 2-9 • 16-23, 3 2



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Friday. February 23, 1962 ^•Jenisii ncricfiatr Page 1I-A form Leaders to Review Nuclear Age Woes Pall-Out Shelters I:n-hold a Family Have a I | shelter A Syuagi u< ... C ative C o n c e rn thai Vge Has Pre anted Jume of "'•" %  cd ies i ] he %  cursed I i, ; %  ; i '.-\ jti i" %  •• %  ction • C her on U la m a; C C* -n %  "Pi' J s uf to %  | •.-• pr ••M sid • : Inerican H % %  • %  %  Coni / %  -'. R ohfci N %  —> % %  • ""pa noral quostion before %  % %  10 lo i re u idergrotm aeurryipg like moles info cur i >dvj round burl 8i • '•I to f:" 1 Hw ways which will prevent such a nceslity. It bas taken us millions of years to climb down from the trees I up from our holes. Shall wc return to them now, animal-like the sake of survival'.' What will Ihe value of survival in such a world? Civilian defenses may be necessary, but the urgent need o) the hour is to work now. tirelesslj md imaginatively for a peaceful world and for a future worthy ol the children of God." Rabbi Eisenrath declared here Wednesday. on Ihe eve of the weekend conference. The Union represents the congregational body of Reform lud.i fense of so-called "Western values?" Special invitation luncheon on Saturday will hear a rport on current concerns in the ttft of social action. Special smphaiU will be placed on problems of Jews escaped from Cuba and other Cuban refugees. Alb.-r' Vorspan, executive director of the Co-imission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, and Fain will lead the luncheon speakers at Temple Israel. On Sunday evening, 6 p.m South Florida Federation of UAHC will hold its executive mittee meeting. Reports heard from the regional due r, Rabbi William Sajowitz. and CO cil president. Irving S. Lebo< Guest speaker will be UAH< rman, Louis Broido, on theme. "Judaism and the C! ing World." Broido was rei •lame. I New York City Coir sit tier oi i 'omerce. Reform spiritual leaders at a planning meeting for the first Inauguial dinner of the Combined Campaign for American Reform Judcism due here Mar. 11. Seated (left to right) are Rabbi Leon Krcnish, Temple Beth Sholom, chairman; Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Temple Israel; and Rabbi Benno Waliach. Temple Sinai. Standing are Rabbi Mordecai Podet, Temple Judea; Rabbi Morris W. Graff, Temple Israel; and Rabbi William Sajowitz, Southeast director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Rabbi Herbert Bcumgard. Temple Beth Am, also on the committee, is not shown. DR. t'.SCNDRATH JUDGC BAAR KAB9Z GiTTElSOHN TA.N ave. An array of distinguished panelists will lead discussion chaired by CHAC board of trustees head. Judge Emil N. Baar, Rabbi Eisenrath. noted author Philip Wylie, Conaressman Abraham J. Multer and U.S. Government Civil Defense expert Robert Morgan There wiS be a question and ansuir pericd follow ins the discussion. On Saturdaj morning at ll a.m.. at Temple Israel. 137 NE 19th si Rabbi Roland R. Gittelsohn. of Boston. Mass utl or ol 'M t Hoi Dean of the Sen illU. t ":' '' J ; .MI --.iit<'. e Space A A rsligious mood will set the tone Of the convocation with Sabbat'i service at the n ; ne Reform Tern pies of the UAHC s South Florid* Federation. Some ,-uest speakers and locfll rabbis will discuss the theme, "Judaism and Survival Rabbi Erwin L. Henna" UAHC director of regional ac*ivit ; c<, will speak at Tempi? n-ii. No. Miami. Irving J. Fain, chairman, committee oi sc-ia! ac ioi of Reform Judaism, will be sf Temple Em.-iuEl, Ft. Lauderdale. What does Judaism teach about the ethics of physical survival? Doesn't Jewish tradition emphasize seif-preserva| lion as strongly as it advocates the welfare of the community? i Can the hard-won experience of Jewish survival as a people teach anything meaningful to the civilized world.' > Can a Jewish ethic, which emphasizes peace, endorse nuclear war? 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