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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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T (Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 36 Number 2
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 11, 1963
Two Sections Price 2'.'
adassah and Israel Dispute Facility Transfer
with Ministry
ips 160 Firings
Vne Sided'
fcm SALEM (JTA) The
8s-;ih Medical Organisation in
salem sent this week dUnuss-
mtices to 160 medical and ad-
Itrative staff members of a
i; of its services and touched
sharp dispute with Israeli of-
H-.
dispute turned on the ques
ol responsibility for provision
in annual budget ot 1,000.000
nds for Hadassah'.s clinics, wel-
school hygiene and dental
|iccs. which Hadassah plan- to
up nexl April 1 llada--.ill
offered to turn the facilities
to the Jerusalem municipal
I and received some counter-
losals, The dismissal notices
Led refusal of the Health'
S-tiy and the municipality to
wr financial responsibility
lie facilities.
)eputy Health Minister Yitz-
Rafacl and Jerusalem Mayor
rdechai Ish-Shalom fired off
able to Hadassah's headquar-
in New York protesting the
lissals, calling the action
{warranted and one-sided."
Health M:nistry reiterated
proposal to have Hadassah
rrqui with Hadassah porviding
of the maintenance costs
five years after that date.
Kalman Mann. Hadassah
(ical Organization director, said
Ministry's counter-offer had
rejected because Hadas-ah's
cy now was to utilize its li m
funds in pioneering growth
Continued on Page 12-A
SENTENCES TO RUN CONCURRENTLY
KALMAN MANN
. pioneer growth
Iran Reds
Echo Nasser
JERUSALEM (JTA) Com-
munist agents in Iran have launch-
ed an intensive campaign against
Iranian-Israeli cooperation, ac-
cording to reports receive I here
from Teheran Adopting the Nas-
ser propaganda line, the Commun-
ist! are accusing Israel of being
an "imperialist bridgehead" in
the Middle Bast, and charge that
Israel's activities in Iran are
"fronts" for the United States
Government,
The Iranian Communists are
concentrating especially on the re
cently discussed Iranian agricul-
tural plans involving Israeli aid
in developing a large Iranian re-
gion, The Communist propagan-
dists charge that the United
Continued on Page 11 A
arliament Gets Budget;
lo '63 Tax Relief Seen
Shtarkes Given Three Years For
Kidnap of Yossele and Perjury
JERUSALEM (JTA)Shalom Shtarkes was
sentenced in Jerusalem District Court Mnndaj to
three years' Imprisonment for kidnaping his
nephew. Yos ele Schumacher, and to two years
for perjurj in connection with the ci se The
sentences, which will run concurrently, will be
reckoned from August, 1961. when Shtarkes was
first jailed in London on an extradition request
.by the Israeli Government. The sentences are
Subject to appeal.
The sentences were handed down by the
thie'.' nian court which included Hi:namin Ilalevi.
president ol the Jerusalem District Court, and
District Court Justices Aaron Eden and Moshe
Cohen,
Yosse'e, whose disappearance for two years
stirred a search fcr him on three continents,
was finally found by United States Secret Serv-
ice men in the home of a Brooklyn rabbi last
summer. Shtarkes, who went to England after
Yossele disappeared, was extradited by Israel
after lengthy legal proceedings during which
he remained in a London prison.
The court's judgment, which took 00 minutes
to read, found that there wa- no doubt that it
was the accused who brought Yossele to the iso-
lated settlement of Kemmemiui to hide him from
his parents. Although other prosecution witne
tailed to identifj Shtarkes as the one who took
the boy to the settlement, the judgment found
that Yossele, now almost n years old, was clever
for his age and that Ins clear statement that it
was his uncle Shalom, the accused, who took him,
was reliable.
By detaining the minor and depriving the
parents ol the possession of their child, the c url
held. Shtarkes was clcarlj guilty ol child-stealing
and it did net matter that Yossele cooperated
Shtarkes had exploited the boy's faith and. bj
using deceit, had terrorised him into believing
that In- parents planned to return him to Russia
where hi' would become a "goy." the judgment
stated.
The court rejected as unproven the argument
that Yossele's parents planned to return him t"
Continued on Page 6-A
Nine More Jews to Get Death Penalty
For 'Economic Crimes' Against Soviet Union
ggajj
a w
Alfred J. Marrow is au-
of the recently-published
langinq Patterns of Prej-
;e." For a review ol this
by a long-time leader
the anatomy ol bigotry,
"Browsing with Books,"
Hilary Mindlin. Page 14-A.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Fi-
nance Minister Levi Eshkol form
ally presented to the Knesset this
week. Israel's draft 1933-64 budget
|| totaling I 27.790.000.000 ($930.-
II 000,000). The draft budget, al-
though exceeding the 1962-63 bud-
get by I 114.000,000 (S148.0O0,-
000). is the first one which does'
not provide for any tax increase
over that of the previous year.
I
Higher revenues are expected to
result from expansion of Israel's
I economy and improved tax collec-
! tion metho.'s. The draft budget is
; within the framework of a Gov-
ernment policy seeking to make
1963 the year in which Israel's
! economy will have reached stab-
ility and is based on the assump-
tion that there will be no increase
[ in wages. To balance the budget,
efforts were made to keep most
items at the same level as the pre-
| vious year's expenditures. Three
| notable exceptions, however, were
the defense budget, the education
budget and debt payments.
Continued on Page 2-A
PARIS (JTA) Nine Jews
were sentenced to death and 10
others were given long prison
term- in two ,-eparate mass trials
in the Ukraine, all charged with
"economic crimes," according to
press dispatches from Moscow re-
ceived here Monday
Six of the Jews sentenced to
death were charged with "illegal
financial operations." and three
other- with "corruption and
handling stolen property." the
dispatch reported
In ore of the cases, illegal
financial operations were alleg-
edly committed in Kharkow, in-
volving 10,000,000 rubles and
"large quantities of gold, plati-
num, diamonds, watches and
other precious objects." In the
second case, the charges alleg-
ed, five directors of a manufac-
turing plant at Ivano Frankovsk
had produced extra merchandise.
Continued on Pane 16-A
US Experts Asked to Study
Israel's Use of Atomic Energy
JERUSALEM (JTA) A croup of American experts on the
ot atomic fuel for production ol electric energy has been request,
study a report on the feasibility ol constructing such power Static
in Israel, it was announced here thi- week by Yosef Almogi, Min
of Development.
The group, headed by Philip
Sporn, a leading American pt blic
utility expert, was asked to re-
port its findings next month. Mr.
Sporn has been advising Israel on
power stations. He had serve!
formerly as chairman of a com
mittee appointed by the United
states Atomic Energy Commiss-
ion on cooperation with the Amer-
ican electric industry.
Earlier this winter, Sporn had
winced opposition to Israeli e~-
gagement in atomic-fueled pov.
er stations. However, in rhe
light of a report just issues
Almogi said, Sporn had agreed to
review the entire matter with
the group of American expert;
in this field.
The i.ew report, a 116-page d
ment put out by the Nucleai H
Continued on Page 11-A
Nazi Mass Murderer Out of Prison
BONN (JTA) Gcorg Schlo-s
er. a former police inspector, jail-
ed since 1958 on charges of com-
mitting mass murders during j
World -War II, was released this
week from prison in Bamberg.,
Schlosser stands accused of mass j
murders in the Czenstochow Ghet-;
to in 1942-1943. However, some of j
the witnesses needed for his trial;
have been too ill to appear. The i
man was therefore freed.
The Lower Bavarian Govern-
ment notified the town council oi
Ansbach this week that it must
cancel a pension previously grant
ed to II. Hancu, former mayor.
According to Lower Bavarian of-
ficials, Haneu had been appointed
Mayor in 1934 "only because of his
close association with the Nazi
Party." However, the Ansbach
council granted him a full pension
which it must now revoke or find
the pension suspended by state of-
ficials.
Dr. Franz Lucas, chief gynec
ogist at the F.lmshom Municipal
Hospital in Kiel, was dismi-
from his post after the Frankfurt
Chief Public Prosecutor initia'
proceedings against him oh char.: -
of having participated in the
lection of ill and invalid inmates
of concentration camps who were
killed in gas chambers. Dr. Lucas
-erved as a physician in the no-
torious Auschwitz. Ravenabrueck,
Sachsenhaused, Mauthausen
Stutthof concentration camps.


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Friday, Iar.uaiy
Yivo fcrum to Open Weekly Lecture
Series With Talks by Prof. Knox
n'her speakers scheduled for Isaac Untermar, H.|,r
Ihi tenon are Dr. Nathaniel Sor- md Moses Man(i.ini8n i,
I'll, educator; I5<,ruch .shelner
.**fcocUite ediWi ol the .Ie\i~h
Daily Forward; Israel Steinbaum.j
teacher and lecturer; Yudi Mark.,
PROF. ISRAF.L KNOX
Yivo Forum, sponsored bj the
i ater Miami Yivo Committee,
v. .A 13;h season on
ur(ia> evening at the Fai
ter, 8-12 Washington Av
The series, in past years, will
re a regular Saturday feature at
the same place ;in for ten weeks. Lectures will deal
i h \ arious aspect; oi Jewish
life an culture
Openfnq the season Saturday
is Dr. Israel Knox, author,
cho!ar ant* lecturer. Dr. Knox
is professor of philosophy at
New York University.
He was educati d .it the City
College of New York and Colum-
bia University, where he received
the PhD thor
0l "The \ esthetic Theories of
Kan:. Hegel, and Schopenhauer"
and Rabb! in An rica 1 he Storj
of Isaac Mayer ftse
Dr. Knox is als i ( tributor
'n Commentary Magazine, the
Journal of Philosophy, Jewish
il Studies, and other periodi-
cal- i t. Saturd i he
will di-cuss "Judaism as a Philo-
soph) if Life "
Dr. Krox will also be heard
ir a secord lecur? at the Yrvo
Forum on Saturday evening,
Jan. 19. At that t'me, he will
discuss "The Meaning and Im-
port of Yic'dish Literature."
editor of the Greal Diciionarj 11
the Yjddisli I inguagi ; Jacob
Gladstein, critic and poet; Dr
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Defense expenditures and
"special budgets" were listed at
a total of I 813,000,000 (S271.-
0O0.OC0). The education budget
was increased by I 37,000,000
($12,333,0000) over last year's fig-
ure to total I 200,000,000 $66
700,000). The increase in the
debt payments was made necess-
ary by the fact that 1963 will be
the first year in which Israel's
19S1 American bond issue falls
due with an initial payment in
May. 1963 of 530,0003,000. Al-
together, the Government will
pay I 555,000,000 (5185,000,000)
in both interest and principle at
home and abroad.
The development budget,
:n I 553.0(K>.(MK) | SI81.000.000)
will be utilized for agricult
purposes, water development,
mining, electricity, industry, trans-
portation, n a and housing \
total of [2O0.i 00.000
will be spent I >r h msing, hall ol
w huh will comi i the Jewish
Agencj and I
scheme, A total
It will be buill during the >
particularly in new settlements
and development areas v
Brokers Will Install Officers
Robert Poor man, of the Ameri-
National Mortgage Co., will
be installed as president of the
newly-formed M Brokers
Assn. of South Florida at a din-
ner and dance to be held Sun la)
evening at the Deauville Hotel. '
Guest of honor at the function
Will be V E. Miller. Deputy tfort
Commissioner from Tallahas-
-" ;u'(i <;,-re llollahan. Jr..
State Representative, will be in-
stalling officer.
slate includes Irvin Schim
. e and Insur-
e Corp. vice president:
Narhgang, Si uth< astern W
Co., treasurer, and Mrs
Rosei u i ".:>
Also to be installed are Walter
Faik. legislative chairman; Sid-
ney Hausman. publicity. Ed
Feinstein and Seymour Cold.
membership; Meivin Haber, pro
gram; Thomas Ireland. Irving
Summer. Ira Lovett, Clifford Com
ory. Delia Fera and Ray Rigot.
:
'
iii m is an allocation for the
elopment ol Arab and Druse
villages
The main source of revenue
i- taxes accoui I -
1196.700.000 some I L ISO.-
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KNWly-^locted officers of the Israelite Center
^jBKjMft to light) Morris Aron, sergeant-at-
armft; Ben Harris, seroeant-at-arms: H"nvn
. Rfta^Jhird vice president; Jacob Schiff. fi-
r secretary: Max Garshag, treasurer; retary; Ronald Katz, recording secretary.
"Lewis Por. :,tz, president; Rabbi Morton
Moiavsky, spiritual leader; Hyman Kirsner.
outgoing president; Chester Leiter, first vice
president; Max A. Parness, second vice pres-
cient; Mrs. Harold Stanley, corresponding sec-
isi |life Center Elects Officers
Eherantz has been elect- Aron and Benjamin Harris, ser-
Jit of the Israelite C'en <;eants-at-arms.
ofticers elected at a.
jere Jan. 1 were:
Leiter, Max A. Parness
in Reiter, vice presi-
b Schiff, financial sec-,
onald Katz, recording
lln. Harold Stanley.
ing secretary; Max
treasurer; and Morris
Board of directors includes
Emanual Burt, Mrs. Elsie Eis-
ner, Sol Feldman, Bernard I.
Gelbert, Hyman Gorsetman,
George Graham, Sidney Katz,
Mrs. Sol Koenia'.berg, Morris
Pegalii, Mrs. Phillip Richman,
Nat Sanders, and Louis Sonsky.
ns Here Install Officers
Lodge 316. F. & A.M. 1963 on Saturday night at the Ma-
its officers for the year sonic Temple. 9173 Harding Ave.
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Pomerantz has held various of-
fices in the Israelite Center for
the past six years. For the past
two years, he has served as third
vice president and chairman of
he budget.
A resident of Miami for 20
years. Pomerantz is a Certified
Public Accountant in private prac-
tice. He is a past president of
B'nai B'rith. past chancellor com-'
mander of Knights of Pythias, and
is now district deputy grand chan-
cellor of the Knights of Pythias.
Pomerantz succeeds Hyman
Kirsner. who was president of the
Israelite Center for two terms.
The outgoing president was pre-
sented with a plaque, "conferring
The ceremony, which was the title of honorary presidency
conducted by District Deputy in tribute to the inspiring and
Grand Master Harry A. Greenberg. dedicated leadership rendered the,
a past master of Surfside Lodge. Israelite Center."
was open to the public.
Arnold Renkoff was installed
as worshipful master for the com-
ing year. He was assisted by
M. M. Pollack, senior warden;
P. J. Miller, junior warden; J. A.
Oritt, secretary; and E. Buckner.
treasurer, who have been elected
to serve for 1963.
Appointed officers installed
were Mr. Rothner, senior deacon:
J Pringle, junior deacon; K.
Kasha, senior steward; S. Maiden.:
junior steward; G. Olin. marshall;
H. Abramson, assistant marshall;
D. Z. Kleinman. tyler; and L. Par-
ah. assistant tyler.
Judge Cypen
Steps Down From
Bench Monday
Judge Irving Cypen will step
'own from the. bench on Monday
to resume the private practice" of
law.
Judge Cypen was appointed to
the Circuit Court here in Novem-
ber, 1958 by GOV. LeRoy Collins
He ran to succeed himself in the
I960 elections
He will resume the general prac-
tice of law under the firm name
of Irving Cypen, with offices at
82541st St., Miami Beach.
Jcdge Cypen announced his
decision to resign from the
bench, effective Jan. 14, in a
letter .to presiding Judge Mar-
shall C. Wiseheart on Dec. 21.
Calling the decision "most dif-
ficult since my last four
years on the bench have been
among the most satisfying of my
life," Judge Cypen said that "I
feel impelled, however, to return
to the practice of law solely be-
cause of the ever increasing econ-
omic needs of my family."
Judge Cypen, among his many
civic and Jewish communal acti-
vities, is vice president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and presided! of the Jewish Home
for the Aged.
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Number 2
Volume 36
Friday, January 11.
15 Tebet 5723
1963
Removing Some
Of the Scaffold
DOING THE FIGURE 88
MrU
The misunderstanding between
Hadassah and the Government of
-=rael raises many questions that
o beyond the immediate issues
i: the controversy.
Only time can clarify the ma-
i3T elements of the dispute: whe-
~.er. for example, Hadassah is
Drrect in its "precipitous" action,
: espite the long and arduous ne-
: otiations leading to the decision;
:r the Health Ministry of Israel
an be justified in labeling the
-iadassah move as "one-sided'.'
: nd "unwarranted."
But the more central issue in-
olves the relationship between
:iaspora Jewry and the State of
.srael a favorite consideration
lar Israeli politicians and social
leoretieians. who frequently take
aelight in downgrading the Jew-
-ih community "me-chutz la'aretz."
From a very realistic point of view, the
-adassah action recognizes Israel's great
Krides since her establishment, and suggests
-iat Hadassah assistance is no longer needed
in certain geographic areas of the country.
This is precisely the sort of reasoning for which
-sraeli critics of diaspora Jewry say they have
onged. This, indeed, would seem to be the
" oluntary submission of power for which they
3b ave sought.
Put another way: Prime Minister Ben-
Gurion has on more than one occasion refer-
red to the scaffolding that the diaspora build-
ers of the State of Israel refuse to knock down
r.nd remove now that the building is standing.
At least on its face, the Hadassah decision
vould seem to be a positive answer to the Ben-
Surion charge.
Hadassah has a long history in Israel, par-
.cularly in the field of health and medical wel-
: are. But Hadassah is also a voluntary Zionist
crganization dedicated to the highest purposes
: nd greatest needs of Israel's pioneers. Ha-
: assah wants to serve them, and this, Hadas-
tah says, can best be done by implementing
vie move made several days ago.
Isn't this part of the scaffold-removal
; roject?
Secular Law Victory
The Shtarkes case has reached its climax
ith the sentencing this week of the man who
.idnapped Yossele Shumacher. No matter
vhich side the court would have favored, the
State of Israel could hardly be the winner in
vie eyes of Jews everywhere.
Those who will say the court was right,
: rgue in terms of the modern legal process,
:.nd in accord with the principle that the pur-
pose of government, among other things, is to
irotect the integrity of the individual.
There is no question that the relationship be-
veen Yossele and his parents was violated by
: n outsider, for this is what Shalom Shtarkes
as. uncle to the boy or not. In addition, each
of the parties was injured personally by the
neddling intruder, who took it upon himself
d judge the validity and worth of the parent-
son tie in the Shumacher case, and to con-
demn it.
On the other hand, there will be those who
nevitably argue the merits of the court de-
rision from the point of view of religion and
"ewish survival. That their argument may
;eem weak today, whatever the merits of the
principles they muster in its defense, is cer-
-ninly reflected by the legal opinion.
As in the recent Father Daniel case, Yos-
sele's kidnapping has two times in a row put
srael on the spot. In both instances, despite
-ie critics, who frequently point the finger of
theocracy," secular law seems to have won
Israel.
The 88th Congress
Prospects for the new 88th Congress seem
bright. All new things seem bright. Many of
the old problems, swept under the rug in the
declining hours of the last session, are still
there to plague the nation and its legislators.
There will be new ones to add to the bur-
den during the months ahead. But this is the
citadel of American freedom. This is the Gov-
ernment of the United States and its people.
As the 88th Congress resumes the business
of the land, we hopefully join our Senators and
Representatives in a silent prayer for their
successful deliberation.
Judge Cypen Resigns
Circuit Judge Irving Cypen steps down
from the bench on Monday. His resignation
came as a shock to the district he has served.
The many expressions of regret offered by his
colleagues in the judiciary, members of the
bar, and the community at large are a tribute
to him.
Judge Cypen was appointed to the bench
by Gov. LeRoy Collins in November, 1958. Two
years later, he ran unopposed to succeed him-
self.
During his tenure on the bench, he has
added to the prestige of the court by his per-
sonal dignity and legal sagacity. His high
level of juridical accomplishment will be
missed.
As he returns to the private practice of law.
the community wishes Judge Cypen well.
The Price of Freedom
Israel's new budget may well tell all Amer-
icans that the business of operating a govern-
ment today is an expensive thing. Inevitably,
the expense falls on the weary shoulders of a
weary public.
That defense is so huge a consideration
seems to be a sad but stark reality even for a
country as small as Israel. And no one feels
the need for defense more strongly than the
individual Israeli, whose fierce pride in his
freedom is challenged daily by an encircle-
ment of hostile neighboring lands.
In an address this week, Prime Minister
Ben-Gurion warned his doughty nation that
they were in for another belt-tightening session.
Expansion programs, immigration, and defense
among many other considerations all point-
ed toward another bout with austerity.
But austere Israel seems accustomed to it.
Grumbling though they may be, Israelis hope-
fully face 1963 in the manner akin to all free
peoples: with a lopsided budaet laden by mil-
itary expenditures and little sign of relief.
during
(he week
.. as i see i(
by LEO MINDLIN
A of P^Pkhav.,
, somp unkind reru,^
reply to my "unkind"!)
here last week on the
refugees. I ain as "J
lar.an as the ex( f "^
the fact is that
nothing abou.
The point of th(.
1 s'd httiij
,he refuj
the Presidency an?^
who occup.es that officeto
Whatever unkindnesses !
gainst him not f
This u I significant distinction, and it is sad th.it
refutu
have been mustered were directed against him not n
This is a significant distinction, and it is sad that so
Controlled emotion was unnecessarily expended in defense^
had never been attacked. More important, a central 7 >
overlooked in the process: the role upon which the PresS! '
seized aa entire*) bis own with respect to Cuba and the -.hon
of Pigs invasion. wni\n
What 1 said last week was that it is the nation at lam,
people who must assume the responsibility for the action ]!'
here mean to deny, nor ,!,. I attempt to deny now. that Mr K lj
in his chief executive's capacity, personally contributed toith?faJ
nients involved in the catastrophic Cuban failure. Bui the f'
ment, in the final analysis, symbolises the decision, not an\ u'
or we have come full circle to American monarchy
For this reason, responsible though Mr. Kennedy may hiw,j
he possessed neither the moral right nor diplomatic
congratulate publicly what ,s after all an illegal revolutionary Zl
housed and nurtured on our soil, however svmpathetn j1
toward Its impulses and destiny. At worst, the President's arJn
ance in the Orange Bowl was hence an uncontrolled |
railure to understand the nature of the office he occui \
Mr. Kennedy's gratuitous participation in the proceedin amid
downright foolish address he deUvercd (here, were
immature petulance.
MISSILt SAll A CASt IN POINT
THE ACTION MAY have momentarily assuaged the Pi
personal pangs ol conscience, hut it also did harp
of the governmenl and nation he represent*, u
submerged lo the higher interests of the other is cleai ndeed
we pre no longey talking about representative demon
That the President did not foresee this himselt .
strange. And it is especially strange when we recall U
candidate in 1960. Mr. Kennedy made pointed reference fur cxampky
to cultist leadership tendencies m the IS Depart me:
Indeed, in the event he would be elected. Mr. KennedN ;
-lie revision of the State Department structure govern,-
policy formulation. Neither can it be said of the Presldcr.-
has since failed to make some effort in this direction
His recent handling of the Hawk missile sale to Israel
in point, where Mr. Kennedy has been bucking paintullv obvwasj
state Department opposition to the sale and where, to neutralise thtl
1 resident s action, for its part the Department now seems bent <*]
selling Hawks to all comers in the Middle East. While this hardhl
represents anything like th.- structural refision toward which he prtl
sumably aspired-it more probably suggests Mr. Kennedys pervor.il
acquiescence to the statistical significance of the minority vote A
his. own fractionally successful candidacy-I nevertheless raise thtl
question to illustrate the fundamental point of my column last week
No one will deny that the Presidency repeatedly applies rX
prestige in the direction of fulfilling the personal commitments iw(
needs of the man temporarily occupying the office. Right or w ron
these are the realities of the power facets of the Presidency in prac
tical operation.
- .;. .:.
Mow pfopu-ro -people com act
gUT THE IMAGE must always be of a government in acti
spired by the idealism and intelligence of its chief executive-1
and of the people in actionnever of the individual President a-|
actor. It was certainly generous of Mr. Kennedy, in his terrible hour
ol disappointment back in April. 1961. to accept the Bay < Pig
failure as his own responsibility. Among other things, in r.:
to pass the buck, he rose in the esteem of his own count:
Nevertheless, history must record the failure as America's rather
than the President's.
Similarly, whatever its consequences, history will record :
of Hawks to Israel as a State Department foreign policy d
although the behind-the-scenes truth more likely suggests an inter
necine struggle between Mr. Kennedy and the Department. th th,
1 resident, the nation's elected representative, initiating th-
on the basis of his prior political commitments and statemer.-- con
corning the Middle East, and the State Department, its cant diplo
mats seeking to perpetuate their entrenched powers bewii to i
traditional anti Israel line that need show no expedient cone
popular sentiment.
In this regard. I am reminded of former President Etsenl wer'i
comments several days ago, during which he called for
pcople-to-people contact, and reflected on the sagacity that the
Of the world tell their governments to go packing Peace. 1 mdi- ,
cated, would be more attainable under such circumstance- 1
governments are so often the principal stumbling blocks to |
PLACING THE ACCENT WHIRL IT BELONGS
JHE CHILDISHNESS HERE is long past shocking. Mr I
bower eight years in office speak for themselves, and have
accustomed us to his self-imposed innocence. Neither am I t< pted
0 say more about it than that the Eisenhower tenure was i
thing in his dotage be presumabl) deplores: a superlative exampto
of red tape bureaucracy, with militarv prototvpe chains of command
mi complex that tin y removed the peoole from the business of their
government to the furthest extent possible: this was after all Ml
Purpose, to keep Ike away from the brutal realities of his office
l or his role was never to meet them, but to be titular comn ..nder
of those designated to do so
Nevertheless, there certainly is something to recoimn Mr Eisenhower's observationnot, naively, that human societj
toward anarchy, but that governments more freely dispo- them-
selves to represent the highest interests of the governed Put
another way. in terms of the Kisenhower suggestion, governmenl
must ultimately achieve total spiritual contact with the individual
eiti/en in order that the individual citizen and his government attain
the Messed status f virtual Identity Charitably, this is at least what
I trust Mr Eisenhower nieant i,> his disarming if not tatoxicah I call
10 storm the citadel of the body politic.
Returning to President Kennedy, I hope it is now dear ll
did none of these thing, he stand before the nation to
Ihe ( uban refu ees Me made, not an Identitj of the people their
rnment, but of the governmenl and himself
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First Mortgage Loans......... 162,025,7 10.25
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Russia ;m(i staled tha. the only evidence sub-
mitted on th:s point was thai the hoy's father,
Alter Schumacher, had urged his wife to agree
ins; hack, but this was at an early stage
>>f their immigration am! certainly not alter they
had found employment, set i p a home in Hoion
and had re;>eatecily a.-ked for the boy's return
from his grandfather's custod)
Neither could Shtarkes claim exemption
from the charges on the grounds that he was
merely an agent of his father, who was custo-
dian of the child and could advance an honest
claim that he acted in good faith when he
thought he was preventing the child's return
to Russia, the court found.
The judgment held that the accused clearl)
perjured hilQelf when he told the l>ratl High
Court he did not know Yossele's whereabouts when
th/ boy's parents BOUghl a writ for his return.
This was .1 deliberate lie. hut lor which th"
seareh lor Yossele on three continents would
have been shortened by two years.
Alter expressing its view of the charges, the
Court >aid it considered the petition ol Yossele's
parent- lor leniency, submitted by counsel in a
itigation plea, and all other laclors in the pub
lie interest.
Training School
Pinner Dance
Miami Beach Jewish Home and
Training School for retarded Chil-
dren is holding its eighth annual
dinner ; ance on Sunday, 7 p.m.,
at the Carillon Hotel.
Evening will include Walter's
Cafe Can Can floor chow. Ticket
chairman is Mrs Harry Hrick.
President of the school is Mrs
Flla Wallinan.
Miami Oleh Regel Tour' May 25 Will
Bring El Al Boeing Jet to Airocrt Here
In the spring ol l!W.'i. Miami
plan- to chalk up another "first"
which will reflect ancient history,
the luxury of modern travel, the
miracle t>f the State ol Israel, and
the part Miami has played in mak-
ing the miracle possible.
On May 25 an El Al Boeing 7n7
Jet will land for the first turn
al Miami International Airport
and. after the proper ceremonies
marking the occasion, embark on
an "Oleh Regel Tour"
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"Oleh Regel" is an ancient tra-
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off places joined in a pilgrimage
. ...^...... cciei.i.nion of
one of the principal festivals of
the year
The Miami Oleh Regel will
journey to Israel for the cele-
bration of Shavout, and then em-
bark on a seven-day cruise of
the Greek Islands, the exotic
Turkish capital of Istanbul,
Athens, Rome, Paris and neigh-
boring capital centers.
In 1962. Miami once again pac-
ed the nation for per capita Israel
Bond sales, and the new recrea-
tional area atop Ml Carmel at
the new Dan-Carmel Hotel in
Haifa will be dedicated a- .Miami
Gardens" during the Oleh Regel
Tour
Between now and the launching
of the Miami Oleh Heuel on May
2b, there will be a number of
functions m behalf of the tour by
the Israel Bond organization, spon-
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broadening out to Buropen cities
and the State of Israel.
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movitz Heads CJA Lawyers Unit
CHj Commissioner Sid-
IrontM it/, member of the
governors ol the Greater
|i'uish Federation, has ac-
ne chairmanship of ifie
Division lor the ll)6:s Com-
wish Appeal campaign,
ippoiiiinioiu of Commiss-
fonovitz. who serves also
(25th Anniversary celebra-
tjmmittec commemorating
for
?torians
nter Miami Jewish Fed-
rjn this week sent out a
to amateur historians
archivists interested in
linp Federation corn-
history of its 25 years
lilanthropu and htiman-
|n welfare endeavor
history is being corn-
in connection with
fcr.itioii J.'ith anniver-
celebration and Silver
fcversary 1963 Combined
ish Appeal.
pyone in possession of
Fp.iper clippings, photo-
ns, or mementos perti-
to the event may con-
Sheldon Wengel at Fed-
Ion, 1317 Biscayne Blvd..
Hiu. FK 3-0411.
^^Hhrr Jubilee of Federation,
was inounccd Wednesda) by
Jn4B Irviny Cypen, Federation
vice i -idem and overall chair-
ma^Bt the Professional Divisions.
isting Aronoviti will be two
eys who were prorrvnent
1962 CJA Lawyers Division
ign. They are Robert
ig, who will coordinate the
Ita of Miami attorneys,
Ivin Frumkes, member of
ederation Speakers Bureau,
Will coordinate the partici-
of Miami Beach attorn-
COMMISSIONER ARONOVITI
m achieve the highest goal ever in
i regular campaign, the Lawyers
Division will play an important
parUia ediuutum *>. the contmun-
ty. and in the support by many
prominent members of the pro-
ession," Judge Cypen stated.
"I'm therefore extremely proud
'( announce that these attorneys
will lead this highly important di-
vision."
'"The importance of Federation
now commemorating 25 years ol
service to a better Miami coin
munity in which we all have a
-hare is one that cannot he under-
estimated." Aronovitz said, in ac-
cepting the post.
"We of the Lawyer-- Divisior
nledee that 1963 will be the yea:
in which we and all member- ol
the Jewish community go forward
v. Hli great strides toward a bet-
ter community for ourselves, and
a better future for our children
and their families'" the chairman
stressed.
Rabbi to Discuss
'Svcnes That Tc!k'
>:ili Small Voice" television
program this Sunday will feature
JJahbi. MjyeJ?, Abram/iwitz. spiri-
tual leader ol Temple Menorah.
in a special presentation, "Stone-
That Talk," the Rabbi will analyze
the scientific basis or the study
of archaelogy as it relates to
Biblical hist or j
With actual stone.- brought from
Israel, Hal hi AbramOWitZ will de-
scribe the finding of King Solo-
mon'- Mints, as well a- the an-
cient settlements in the Negev
Desert In Israel Both of these
archaeological discoveries have di-
recl bearirg on the spiritual and
physical life oi modern day Israel,
Beach Hotelmen Vow Support
Of Increased Welfare Needs
to play an important role
Silver Anniversary year
iign are Richard Bricknian.
rd Jacobson and Richard
Stoop), .>ho will be associate chair-
^B :he years when we are do-
ing Bur share to help Federation
At the first meeting of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Hotel Di-
vision held at the Royal Palm
Hotel, leaders of the division join-
ed co chairmen Joseph Rose and
Judge Joseph N Morris in pledg-
ing "to obtain from each and every
hotel in Miami Beach support for
Federation in the Silver Anniver-
sary year."
Judge Morris and the I sembled
leaders pledged that the Hotel Di-
vision "will obtain a 100 per cent
Increase over 1962 support for the
Silver Anniversary
Rose Bald that the 1963 goal of.
Federation is $1,629,810. an in-
I n,i-i ot 17 per cent over last
year, "1 am confident that our
division will do ils part ard go
well over its allotted figure."
Wee'dy breakfast meetings
will be held by the division for
progress reports and for discuss-
ion of Ihe most effective means
of support of Fe^era'ion a-'d
CJA. The first of these meet-
:-qs will take place this Sunday,
10 a.m., at te St. Moriti Hotel.
Hotel leaders ol Miami Beach
were designated to cover specific
areas on behalf of the campaign.
Those receiving assignments for
the South Beach are were Joseph
Dallett. Michael Sossin. of the
Blackstone Hotel, and Rose, of
the Royal Palm Hotel.
From 17th St. to the 7lst St
areaJack August, of the clay
Hotel rrvina Frankel, of the Fair-
fax; Fred Jonas; David Ix-venson.
Of the Algiers; William Silverstein.
South Seas; Judge Morris, St.
Moritz; Jerry Sussman, Carillon;
Larry Sherman. Martinique;
Sam Lachman.
George Goldberg will be
charge of the 72nd to 99th
area, and Abe Gurevi'z. of the
PitUburger Hotel, will be in
charm' of the Miami area.
and
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Cantor Sholom Katz. of Wash-
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entertainer at a concert sponsored
by the Hebrew Aca emy of Great-
er Miami on Sunday. Feb. 17. at
the school. 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
The concert will climax a coun-
ty wide membership drive, accord-
ing to Flyman Galbut, campaign
chairman.
At a meeting of the member-
ship committee this week, plans
were finalized to have all reli-
gious, service and civic organi-
zat:ons here hold at least one
regular organizational meeting
each year at the school.
Galbut is coordinating with of-
ficers of all local organizations in
an appeal lor increased member
.ship. The
"We want to broaden the school
and make the Hebrew Academy a
community project." Galbut said.
"beeause it is the only Hebrew
Day school in the southeastern re-
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Increase Accent on Culture, Dr. Goldmann Urges
EW YORK (JTA) Dr.
lum Goldmann. presidcnl of
World Zionist Organization,
lared here that American Jew-
"must assume full responsibil-
with Israel and all other Jew-,
communities for the future of
Jewish people everywhere, Hi-
ding the future of Israel."
speaking at the Charter Day
cheon of the national planning
t nference oi the Farband Labor
1 nist Order, meeting here at the
Ulort-Astoria Hotel. Dr. Cold
iin told the 1.000 members and
Sta that American Jewry, "de
16 its generosity, its deep Jew-
sentiments and ils great po-
' lial resources, has not really
am to play its leading role in
ish life."
Asserting that the future of
- Jewish people, more endan-
gered by many external and in-
ternal factors than ever before,
:epended permanently on Israel
d American Jewry, he said
-at the main support by Amer-
:an Jews for Israel and other
Jewiatl communities "is mostly
nancial and the term used ior
'-'% support philanthropic
. lique in Jewish life, is charac-
tristic for this." However, he
I -ressed, "the time has come
hen American Jewry must be-
5 in to take a hand in shaping
->e Jewish future, both political-
. and intellectually."
7o carry out its task, he told
luncheon guests, American
mry must "forge the instru
i nts for such an activity and
Bilge many of its traditional pat
na and priorities."' As a first
P. he addc !, "organizationally.''
urican Jewry must "democra-
-<. its life and organize itself."
Jr. Goldmann suggested that
the "ideal form" would be the
-ation throughout the United
^ ates of kehillahs. "as European
"wry had it and as many South
A-nerican Jewries possess them
w." However, he added, if this
^ impossible, "then at least a .
: mocratically constituted Jewish'
mmunity council should have
tfie real power and authority."
He proposed the creation on the
tional level of "a new represen-
tive organ of-American Jewry"
d said that even if at the be-
| -ining it did not have "binding
thority," then at least it should
- rve "as a common platform far
changing views and establishing
'e guiding principles to common
ion."
Ideologically, philanthropy has
cede its predominant position"
American Jewish life "to edu-
: '.ion on which the future of
nerican Jewry depends." he
Adult Series Set
At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am announces an
.ilt education forum to be held
Monday evenings, 8 p.m.. be-
j. .ining next Monday. The series
' ars the general title of "Major
utroversies in Judaism."
Speaker on Monday will be Rab-
Leonard Shofar, founder of the
lonal organization, "Religion in
I .eryday Life." and former spin-
.il leader of the Larchmont
Westchester, N.Y. Rabbi
f ofar will lecture on "Pharisees
i Sadducees."
Subsequent speakers will include
il;bi Jonah Caplan. of Temple
lath Yeshurun. on "The Virtues
European Orthodoxy." and
Ji'abbi Solomon Schiff. of Beth El,
' "Chassid-Misnagid."
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard.
intual leader of Beth Am. will
tieak on alternate weeks in the
i.- rics.
Temple I amora Breakfast
Temple Zamora Brotherhood
breakfast will be held on Sunday
:.: 10 a.m. Guest at the monthly
i eeting will be Prof. Bernard
hecterman. University of Mi-
ami, Department of Government,
"-.to ivill discuss the Korean brain
? ashing of prisoners, world poli-
I and approaches to peace.
added. "Such education and cul-
tural activity must be based on
intimate spiritual and cultural ties
with Israel as the new center of
Jewish creativity today. There-
fore the Hebraization of the Dia-
spora is a primary condition."
All these tasks, he told the
luncheon gathering, should be
the essential program of "a real
Zionist movement within Amer-
ican Jewry." He added that to
implement such a program,
Zionism must be united and
ready to win a leading position
in the communities which it does
r.ot possess today.
President Kennedy, in a mess-
age to the delegates, congratulat-
ed the Farband for supporting the
principles of freedom and Justice
for all American citizens and laud
ed the Farband for promoting
Jewish cultural and educational
activities.
The delegates endorsed a pro-,
posal to establish at least five new-
Day Schools and 10 new afternoon
schools in various American cities,
thus enlarging the Farbands pres-
ent 53 afternoon schools and eight
day Schools, serving nearly 10.000
Jew ish children in the United
States and Canada They also ap-
proved a proposal for creation of
a social studies department in the
-i.vycar-old Jewish Teachers Bern
inary and People's University,
which the Farband helped to
found.
Loin- Segal, general secretary
of the Farband. reporting on the
activities of the organization, said
thai in recent years the Farband
haa enrolled 4,000 new members
who came to the United Stall- u
immigrants and that two branches
of refugees from Cuba have been
organized in 1962one in New-
York and the ether in Miami.
He also reported Ihe representa-
tions made by the Farband to the
U.S. Government and to the am
bassadors of Argentina. Uruguay
and other Latin American coun-
tries in Washington, regarding the
anti-Semitic violence that took
place in those lands in 1962.
Meyer L. Brown, president of
the Farband, called upon the or-
ganization's National Board of
Directors to intensify the work
on behalf of Israel and to
strengthen their work on behalf
of Jewish education in the Unit-
ed States. Mr. Brown reported
that in the past year the mem-
bers of branches of Farband
raised more than S7,000,000 for
Israeli purposes and for cultural,
I educational and commw|
In tha United Statet ,M
ada. '"
The delegates adopted ,
tion assailing the tm
spate" of "trumped-up"
against Soviet Jew. for ]
'crimes against the state" m
imposition of long-term prbjc,
tences and death penalties
them. They urged the Son*
thonties to extend to Soviet j
the guarantees in the Soviet
stitution of equal rights ir
citizens and cultural
nationality groups

In another re
';' .
gates lauded the United states
cision to sell n.iv
miaailes to Israel I n they
expressed deep n Um
United States had n ed to
port resolutions
states to negotiate i
Israel winch wen
other member natioi
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When a former intimate of a political loader turn? into a perverse
well and writes .i scathing account oJ the great man and his com-
les-tt-armi the reading public is titillated. That is whal has hap
ned to Emmet Hughes' recent article in Look "The Eisenhower I
ew."
If Hughes had written a glowing account ol Ike and his circle we
tuld have given it our unqualified apathy. Sweet news Is no news.
t Hughes describes ikes bouts ot sudden anger, with adrenalin
mpfeng out at a killer rate; Ike hlurting out his infelicities at Cabi-
net meetings ("I'd like to see ns sell the whole thing (the TVA), but I
- ppose we cant go that far"); Ike bored t<> distraction with Dulles
the slow glaze across (he blue eye-, signaling the. end of all mental
ntaot"); the gaffes ol Defense Secretary Wilson, fresh from General
Motors (which once moved Gen. "Persons to scrawl a pained note to
Hughes. "From now on I'm buying nothing but Plymoutlis" >; Ike
ordering his aides to compile a treasury ol tributes to his power of
c mmmd from great men around the world; Ike calling Adlai (after
' let-the-cup-pass acceptance speech) "a bigger faker than all the
-t Oi them;" Ike saying ot Nixon. "I've watched Dick a long time
. d he just hasn't grown;" Ike suspecting that after the heart attack
xon wanted !.hc Vice Presidency again because he was awaiting hiN
-ablement."
We relish these delicacies of disclosure as we relish all gossip.
rticularlj gossip about the great and near great, probably because
reduces them to our common clay of humanity

The trouble with most of our big over-all histories is that the his-
lans who write ol wart election campaigns, big decisions and social
\ements find much ot this unbuttoned kind of history a little be-
ath their notice No one of course can write about the great
age of the French monarchy without using the Due de Saint-Simon's
indalous historj of the royal court, nor can anyone write of the Ro-
mance i!, Italy without referring to the dark deeds of the wicked
. eat f;n.......revealed in intimate memoirs. In a few accounts of
: rtain great men this ha- crept into the American histories too. But
the whole our histories remain eminently edifying.
We don't tell the whole truth about the intimate protile ot treat
die figures, and we don't dare tell anything like the whole truth
ml then prh;ite li ves,
This i> because our culture i> highly moralistic and Puritanism
i hangs h. avj upon it like a smothering dark cloak. It would be
.id Caste" t;> tell the whole truth, and "irrelevant." The fact is
..; oui histories, despite our bows to the culture and personality, re
ain primarily political histories. The great ligures remain contes-
V its in a party struggle, where the rules of the game have to be ob-
ved. ingtea I ol being seen as symptoms ot then- time and place
. perspective from which their very human frailties would l>e revealing
^ the culture as a whole.
Betides, most ot our histories end up as texts in the schools, and
could .-hock the kiddies. "Paint me as I am. warts and all.'* said
Comwell We omit the wartsexcept in magazine pieces like this one
:: Emmet Hughes' which will probably not be exen a footnote in the
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I am not pleading for any "debunking" history, which has always
- niecl to me mostly a bore because it tries so hard to croud every-
Dg into a niggardly view of the subject, instead of seems the whole
I an. All I suggest i- thai we treat history as a total picture, applying
it the unsparing honesty whose absence is always an insult to the,
Kit
1 suppose thai Emmet Hughes' articleand the book on Eisenhower;
ich i- promised laterwill be attacked as being in bad taste I'er-
i pi it but 1"! i historian taste is ot little moment, compared with]
nesty and truth Hughes wrote the clinching speech of the ihdL' cam*
:\. in which Eisenhower promised be would go to Korea. Alter
- .,: he becamt the President's chief speech writer, and had a chance ____ __
watch i '.it and the inner circle rather closely for a time. ^nsssssssss.s^eisssssissssssssssssssssissisjsss
" thing hi rite in hia book on Eisenhower could equal the ---
athinf qualit; I Hie bn.,k he wrote in 1959 on the Eisenhower-Dulles t Liverpool Hebrew Schools !
h.i the Vincible."
in fact the real qu< tion one has about Hughes is not whj he tells
or almost all. now. but how he stood it as long B8 he did in the
rmosphere ol the mediocre men who surrounded Eisenhower in the
abinetj The storj h;is been toid of how he was brought into the sanc-
l m sanctorum bj C l Jackson, himself a maverick in the group
t how could be take tb< drear) mediocrity he new describes in his
iked!; deadpan account of the Cabinet conferences, and how did the
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vJmisti HorkMann
Page U-A
isk U.S. to Study Israel A Energy
Continued from Page 1-A
clors Committee at Tel Aviv, was
prepared under the auspices of
lie Defense Ministry's scientific
pvelopment department. While
Bscussing the feasibility of con-
Irueting atomic-powered energy
tat ions in Israel, the committee
KOmmended that three points be
Explored regardless of the ulti-
liate decision as to whether such
fcon-truction is to be launched im-
mediately or deferred for some
(ears. The three points are:
1. Israel must locate new sites
lor such energy stations along the
shores of the Mediterranean Sea.
Such stations would have to be
llong the Mediterranean because
sea water for cooling purposes, an
i Kential element in the function-
ing of an atomic reactor, is cheap-
est. Sites must be located now,
the committee pointed out. be-
cause housing developments arc
staking out many waterfront loca-
tions along the Mediterranean
shores
2. Israel must undertake a sur-
vey now to determine the practi-
cal results from the operation of
its first r.uclear power station to-
v aid the end of the 1960's,
3. Even if present conditions
indicate that the functioning of
such power stations would not
be economically feasible as yet.
Iran Communists
Israel's Military
Continued from Page 1-A
States is actually financing the
agricultural development projects
lin Iran.
Gen. Zvi Tzur, Israel's Chief
of Staff, said in Tel Aviv that
there was "great respect" for
Israel's army in the Far East.
He thus summed up the findings
of a lengthy tour of Burma,
Thailand ana japan.
He reported to Mrs Golda Mier.
Israel's Foreign Minister, on his
talks with Far Eastern statesmen
and top military leaders and his
Echo Nasser;
Forces Praised
conclusions. He told reporters
that Israel had much to learn
from various armies be inspected,
particularly that of Japan, where
there is great stress" on the
most modern application of elec-
tronics in various military spheres.
lie said Israel could also learn
from Thailand and Burma mili-
tary technology.
At the same time, he added. Is-
rael could provide help to those
countries from its experience with
Nahalthe semi-military, semi-
agricultural unit organization
and m its organization of militarj
sen ues
all who must cooperate in such
ultimate development must be
ready for the possibility of such
an operation.
According to the report, Israel
would need, by 1980, such vast
quantities of electric energy as to
require an enormous fleet of oil
tankers and an increase of Is-
rael's dependence on foreign oil
sources and on open sea routes
Prof. David E. Bergmann, head
of the Israel Atomic Energy Com-
mission, said Israel may produce
its own uranium from phosphates
in the Negev for contemplated
atomic power stations. Israel, he
noted, could produce its own heavy
water. Heavy water is now be-
ing produced an:! exported by the'
Weizmann Institute of Science at
Rehovot.
It was announced meanwhile
that a special Parliamentary com-
mittee will meet soon to discuss
plans lor construction of atomic
power stations which will produce
mainly electricity in the Negev.
The committee 's made up of
members of the Knesset For-
eign Affairs and Security Com-
mittees. It will consider plans
submitted by a special survey
committee of scientists and util-
ity engineers to build atomic re-
actors for electrical energy.
Deputy Defense Minister Slum-
on Peres declared that within ten
years a large nuclear power sta-
tion would be bujlt in the Negev
with much of its output to he used
for desalination of salt water. Di-
mnna is the site of a large nuclear
reactor now under construction.

Mr. and Mrs. Abram Fox place a mezuzzah on the door to the
Nursery of the new Hebrew Academy. The 100m was dec
cated by Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, who now live in Israe.
and who asked Mr. and Mrs. Fcx to affix the mezui'zah ::
their behalf. Mr. end Mrs. Fox have also been living in Israel
for the past year.
Israeli to Speak Before Zionists
Abraham Frank, director of pub-
lic relations for Rassco, Israel's
leading building and Land devel-
opment company will he guest
speaker at .; meeting of the Miami
Beai h Zionist District Luncheon
Club on Wednesdaj noon at Wald-
man's Hotel.
Frank, a resident of Tel Aviv
is a veteran Zionist worker. Born
in Germany, he came to Palestine
in 1036, and settled as a farmer in
Migdal. He later became a youth
director and communal worker m
Tiberias, and in 1990, he be<
affiliated with the Jewish Ag
ey's Youth Department.
He has also served for thi
years as the representative 11
Jewish Agency in Canada l'i
his return to Israel, he joined I
Rassco Organization, and is i
touring the tinted Stati S to
quaint the public with the V
Vviv Club for retire! Amer tan
Israel.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will i
scut the weekly news report V ,
Fay Tupler will serve as host*
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Noted Biblical Archaeologist to Lecture Sunday
Friday. January |i
Prof. Immanuel lien "Dor, pro-
fessor of archaeology at Emory
University, will launch the first
in a three-part series of lectures
at Temple Menorah on Sunday
Ding at 8:30 p.m.
The first annual Great Ideas
Lecture Series was announced
e last week by Maurice Revitz,
sident of Temple Menorah. and
Kabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spin
tual leader.
Prof. Ben Dor will c'iscuss
"The BibleFact or Event" at
the inaugural lecture on Sunday.
He is the co-author of a full-
color illustrated feature on
"Church Found on the Bottom
of the Sea" in a Sunday supple-
ment published by the Atlanta
Constitution last month.
man's religious history. His ad-1 Pennsylvania Museum to the Near
dress here Sunday will feature am East. He worked at the excava-
analysis of the relationship ofjtion of the Biblical town of Beth
Biblical archaeological research. Shan in Palestine, near the Mey
to the new lijjht shed on Biblical doom Pyramid in Egypt, near Mos-
history, with some emphasis on sul in Mesopotamia, and in the
the Dead Sea Scrolls discovery. : ancient Roman town of Minturnae.
Prof. Ben-Dor was born in a Italy,
small village in Eastern Europe. Between 1932 and 1836, he work
received his elemental-) education ,,| m Palestine with Prof. W F.
m Russia, his high school educa- Albright in Beth El and Petra.
lion in Poland and went to college with the British School of Archae
in Austria. lology in Samaria, with Sir Flinders
In 1921 he settled in Palestine. Petrie in Gaza, and with Prof.
then went to Italy, where he John Garstang in Jericho.
I he came to the is r
tionofthcOrie,,,,! InsuJiS
University of Chicago, "'
For three years he
Lecturer at the H
School, and in 1998 he
ed professor- of Biblii
ology at the School ,
Emory University in \
PROF. BIN DOR
studied at the University of Home
and not his PhD in Oriental
Studies.
The article reflects Prof. Ben He returned tc Palestine in 1927,
Dor's strong link with the science and joined the archaeological cx-
of archaeology as it relates to peditions of the University of
Hadassah and Israel Dispute Unit Transfer
Continued from Page 1-A
i projects. He added that in
communities where there was no
municipality or Health Min-
istrj aid, Hadassah was willing to
undertake responsibility but that
the Jerusalem situation was differ-
ent.
He added that Haaassan was
ready to contribute half of main-
i. nance costs in Jerusalem for the
firsl year and one-third for the
cond and third years. The Jeru-
salem municipality declined to
ime any financiar responsibil-
ity, contending its treasury policy
bans higher taxes. The Health
Ministry is opposed to taking over
local services but is willing to
help. It appeared that the Israeli
Treasury would have to step in.
The Health Ministry protest
brought prompt response from
Hadassah headquarters in New
York where Mrs. Siegfried Kra
marsky. national president, called
the Israeli protests "misleading."
She pointed out that Hadassah
had been negotiating for years
with the Health Ministry and
Jerusalem officials on the mat-
ter.
Memorial Building To be Dedicated
Dedication of the Dora Cohen
Memorial Building of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami will
be held Sunday. Jan. 20, at the
school's new location. 2400 Pine
Tree Dr.
Unveiling of the building's cor-
rafone is also scheduled at Hie
ceremonies which are slated for
1" :30 a.m.
Jacob Cohen and family will do
the boners ai the dedication cere
lea, to be followed by a lunch-
in tl e Max Silverberg Dining
HaH at the school.
Coh?n is honorary vice presi-
dent of the Academy and foun-
der of the Flatbush Jewish Cen-
ter in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is
president of the Biyalistoker
Home for the Aged, also located
in New York.
Babbi Abraham Heller, spiritual
leader of the Flatbush Jewish Cen-
ter, will deliver the dedication ad-
dress.
She cited meetings with Mayor
Ish-Shalom in November, 1961
and with Rafael in June 1962.
She said that Hadassah had felt
that through those meetings, "we
had reached an understanding
for the orderly transfer of the
Jerusalem centers in which Had-
assah would participate in the
maintenance of the centers for
the first few years on a grad-
ually decreasing basis."
She added that "in view of this
understanding and our long stand-
ing tradition of 50 years of trans-
ferring well established services
to local authorities, we are shock- |
ed beyond words at the public
statements by the Ministry of
Health and the Jerusalem Munici-
pality which imply sudden and
new action by Hadassah and ig-1
nore the negotiations conducted
with them over a period of three
years."
From 1936 to 1V4S, he was As-
sistant Keeper of the Palestine
Archaeological Museum in Jeru-
salem. During that time, he pub-
lished a series of articles in pro-
fessional periodicals on archae-
ological subjects and conducted
the excavations of a Canaanite
Temple at Nahariya, and of a
Phoenician Cemetery of the time
of the Israelite Kings, near Bib-
lical Akhzib.
In 1048. he became deput} direc-
tor of the Department of Antiqui-
ties of the State of Israel, which
position he held until 1954. when
Yacar Unveiling
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January 11, 1963
fJewisti FIcrM/an
Page 13-A
TINGS OF FATHERS
Iboth- Chapter HI .... 7
halafut. the son of Dosa. of
UL. of Chtnanya. said. When
Bor-'c i" together and occupy
with the Torah. the.
1. abides among them, as
* Cod standeth in the con-
Hon of the godly. And whence
Hci ifiou'n that the same ap-
o five? Bfcausf f| i Mid,
'fth founded his band upon
And umence can u be
rhat the same applies to
Bfcause 11 (1 said. He ;ud-
^or.,; i/ie nidges. And Whence
be sliou'n that the same ap-
|o two.' Because u is said,
,lhey that feared the Lord
[one with the order, mad the '
hei.'k.ened. and heard. And
le can it be shoum that the
[applies eien to one' Be-
> said, In every place
1 1 juse my Name to be re-
in i I will come unto thee
'less thee.
*
Chapter III 8
': oj Bertbotlia. Mid
Him what is Hi> i
. and uliat ifi.>11 hdsl ..
k also found expi
: who I
and 0/ thine Oil x U i
Thee.
0/m J he r^ealyn V.y/ Declaration of Intent Also
Requires Exemplification
lavni 3
r^eligious JL^ije
:A
Ser
vices
Jhi0 \JUe c e n a
RABBI MORTON MAIAVSKY
. declaration of faith
'ucstion
.*
[RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
[is "Seudah Shelishith?"
tturday afternoons it is cus-
to cat a special meat at
lor in the synagogue. This
Bled "Seudah Shelishith"
meal) since the first meal
Sabbath is eaten on Friday
and the second one after the
\s on Saturday mornings).
le colloquial expressions it
(t-d "Shalosh Seudos" (Three
because with the eating of
neal one fulfills the require-
I of eating three meals on the
ith.
*
[it this third meat considered
important?
bm a practical viewpoint it is
fined that in olden times pe-
(lould generally cat two meals
One was consumed in the
^ing and one in the evening.
le Sabbath it was required to
e pleasure and especially
pleasure, to show that the
nth was a day which gives us
pleasure than a week-day.
one extra meal was added
le day's routine. (Shabbos
Yiruslialmi Shabbos 17:16).
\v rabbis in the Talmud claim
! whosoever observes the prac-
iof eating the three meals on
I Sabbath will be saved from
Bus punishments in the here-
Actually, one Tanaitic opin-
required even four meals for
sabbath, but our practice re-
fed the standard of three meals
[the Sabbath. The fact that
(third meal was consumed at
II when one was not yet very
|ry. and thus demonstrated
bis eating of this meal that
Mil M ing it for the sake of
ling his spiritual obligation
showing his delight in the
day. made the eating of this
a virtuous deed.
is there yet a fourth meal
?aten after the Sabbath has
been concluded?
feis meal is eaten as a sort of
veil to the Holy Sabbath
Be departure we take note of
estivity as a "send-off." It is
fied by some that this meal
Hen then in order to satisfy
opinion of the Tana who claim-
lour meals were to be eaten
Jie Sabbath. Others say this
esents the festive meal eaten
iing David who became in-
&ed that his death would take
le on the Sabbath and to whom
[exit of every Sabbath insured
pier week of life.
*
Jt:' -'< 0/ u'hut lead* 10 forget-
Ihr .'inmandnicnix loo miuli
(big and drinking, too mm/i ac
.1) niimev ami property,
inoitioti and worry ami
M UU.OI IIA luli.MI.
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Israelite Center
This week the closing portion
of Genesis will be read in our syn-
agogue. A very moving scene
must have taken place in -Jacob's
room where he was about to ex-
pire. Jacob was preparing to
bless his children and grandchil-
dren. It is noteworthy that when
Joseph brought his two sons be-
fore their dying grandfather,' he
asked: "Who are these?"
One might wonder: didn't Jac-
ob know his grandchildren? Jac-
ob knew his grandchildren, but
they did not quite understand one
another. It seems they were ex-
tremely Egyptian-like, and Jacob
feared that their ways were be-
coming too alien, and therefore
BSked: "Who are these?" Joseph
proceded to assure his aged fath-
er. "They are my sons." Then
Jacob blessed them,
isn't this a scene we often se<
enacted today'' A grandfather
and even a father fails to recognize his grandchildren or children.
There is a lack of communication religiously. The span of drifting
is too wide The fault, of course, lies with us. The lack of interest
in the education and the example set is often too weak, and the in-
fluence upon them is too insignificant. An awakening is sorely'needed
hefore it is too' late.
As we delve into the Torah portion, we are struck by another
startling fact. The rabbis tell us that as Jacob was about to reveal
the future to his sons the divine presence (Shechina) departed from
him. Jacob then feared that his sons too were drifting away from be-
lief in one God. He showed his fear, and his sons proceeded to pro-
claim, "Hear 0 Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One"we are
adherents of our religion and of the conviction that there is only one
God. Jacob greatly relieved, responded with "Blessed be the name
of His Kingdom forever and ever."
The "Shema" as found in Deuteronomy has become the declara-
tion of our faith. The Jew has been instructed to pronounce the Shema
and Jacob's response twice daily, morning and evening.
We must however remain cognizant that the declaration is by no
means enough. The-exemplification of the statement is necessary.
The Jew must, when pronouncing the phrase morning and evening, ask
himself: Do I love the Lord my God with all my heart and soul? Am
I teaching my children the profound faithTve inherited from Jacob,
Isaac and Abraham? Do I impress upon my children the greatness of
Judaism and believe only in my home, or also outside, that is, "when
I walk by the way?" Is my transmitting of Godliness to my offspring
effective only when "I lie down" and when illness strikes, or when I
am about to depart from this earthly existence, by their observance
of a kaddish, or am I inculcating the genuine spirit of Emunah "when
rising up." namely when things are shining and comfortable?
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*GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac ever.
Friday 5:80 and s |. ni Sermon: "I
l.-ra l Becoming Strong ami Tounsr?"
Saturday 10:30 am. .-......ii "The
Principal Feature of < Jewish Life."

BETH EL. 500 Sw win ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I- rlday i and H |i m Sermon
"Tli.- Dullish Story." Saturday 8:30
a ill
GEMS OF WISDOM
A doVj happiness mattes mis
fortune to be forgotten and a da\\
misfortune indues happiness to be
tten. m N -MRA.
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Cues! speaki >
i Schwai Liman, exei itlvi 'i rec-
l: in of .1. w iah IMu. .it ion.
Topli 'I'll. N- a Tn nnlat|..n of the
Bible." Saturday 8:43 a.m.
BETH ISRAEL. 4000 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
Friday V:'." ji in. Si 1 urday 9 '
s. rmon. "The Llfi i

BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
l-'i Idaj 3:13 p in. Saturn1 1:3(1 a m
Sermon "The l'i......k|
Law -.

BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th ave.
Mod er n Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Frldny si", p.m. Sermon: "In the
Knd of Time S 1 m
I'.ii Mi!/\ ah .1..-. ph, 'i of Mr. and
.Mi-. David Narrow, Sermon: "You
fere Responsible."

BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Julius Sapero. president.
I rlday 3 p.m. Saturda> a ni. Sun-
day >.:;.' a.m. I Mil) T 10 a.m.

BETH TFILAH, 9.'.5 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi JoseDh F Raekovsky.
Friday 5:1" p.m. Saturda> v;'." a.m.
Sermon: "I'lea of Father i" a Qreal
Son."
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j man u'ould never be free
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Liege Bishop Dies in Brussels
BRUSSELS Rev. Msgr. Joseph Kerkhofs, for-
mer Bishop of Liege, who aided
many Jews here and was active in
j the resistance against the German
I occupation army during World
War II. died here on New" Year's
. Day. He was 84.
Msgr. Kerkhofs was instrument-
al in saving many Jews, especially
children, during the-German oc-
j cupation. On his initiative, many
Jewish children were hidden in
Catholic institutions and in the
; homes of private Belgian fami-
i lies.
One of the Jews whose life he
saved was the rabbi of Liege. The
, Bishop sheltered the rabbi in his
own palace. The rabbi wore the
, garb of a Catholic monk at that
time, declaring later that he saw
i no religious offense in wearing a
| cassock. Three other Jews were
! also saved by the Bishop, who hid
i them in his palace.
Two Yeshiva Students Perish
CLEVELAND (JTA) Two
young yeshiva students lost their
lives, and two others were injured
this week when a fire destroyed
one of the four dormitories at the
famed Telzer Yeshiva in Wick
iiffe. a Cleveland suburb. The
dead boys, both of the Cleveland
area, were Jacob Junef, 12 and
Abraham Click. 14, Wolt Sabo,
14, of Los Angeles, and Abraham
Satz. Buffalo, ny. wen' treated
Tins page is prepared in
Cooperation with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Amu,
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RAHBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Gems of Wisdom
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. at a local hospital for burns and
released.
The fire, which started at 4:30
a.m., quickly spread throughout
the dormitory and drove nearly
1 100 boys in their underclothes into
the bitter cold outside.
Religion Deeply Rooted in Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) A dele-
' gation of Anglo-Jewish leaders
currently on a two-week study
1 tour of Israel said here this week
that they were impressed at the
; deep sense of religious education
and culture encountered in Israel
even at the remotest settlement
and desert outposts.
A spokesman for the delegation,
touring Israel under the auspices
of the Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews and the Jewish Agency's
organization department, told a
press conference that extreme re-
ligion.-, elements abroad who re-
port widespread non-observance
in Israel should be severely crit-
icized.
BETH TORAH. lMin st. ano NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip- '
achitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen- TEMPLE JUDEA.
baum.
Friday R:30 p.m. Guest speaker:
H.-nry Kir- h. director of Jnlnt I>is-
trlbution Committee In Italy. Topic:
"I'h.- Praenl Situation ot the Jews
ol North Africa." Saturday 8:46 a.m.
liar Ultsvah: Larry, .-"ii of Mr. and
afra. Max Uart.
Lehrman. Cantor Hirth Adler
I': lda> 5 p.m. Sermon
flhetto." \. w m.'ml., i > ni' congre-
gation i" b honored.
-
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th at.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
l-'iiilav 8:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "Why Do
Young People Rebel Against Organ-
lied Religion?"
320 Palermo ave.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet. Cantor H. Richard Brown.
Friday 8 ir. p.m. Sermon: "Con
querlng Inner KpaciWhile Maater-
ini; Outer Bnace." Saturday
a.m. Bar Mftavati: Richard, son of
L>r. Alexander Kernish
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER
Conservative. 87S5 SW 16th at., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 7::i<> p.m. Sermon: "I'ninK
F.illh I.nslng Pace." Saturday 8:tr.
a.m. Bar Bltsvah: Steven, aim of
Mr. and Mrs Sydney Hollander.
- e
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd st. Con-
ervative. Rabbi Harold Richt-r.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
Friday B:ll p.m. Sermon: "Jewrj
u.i.:,- to its Fiitur,-.'' Saturday I 10
a.m. Har Mitzvah: Jerry, eon ot Mr.
ami Mrs. Irving Sandhaua.
FLAGLER -GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosen-
feld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Pray-
,>rs." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar and Has
Mitzvah of David Barn and Debra
I..-., children of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Price.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavaky. Cantor Louis Cohen
Friday R:S0 and 8:S0 p.m. Sermon:
"Reflectlona on a New rear." Sat-
urday v 30 a.m. Sermon: "What "
Means to Live

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
e
SOUTHWEST CENTER. S438 SW 8th
st. Conservative. Rabbi Maurice
Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Informa-
tion i- Knowledge." Saturday I a.m.
Junior aen Ices 10:80 a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd st.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Mor-
ris Berger.
I rlday B i i p.m. Sermon: "< lur
Patriarchs." Saturday a.m. Bar
Mitavah: Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alii- llaiman.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Canto- Charles
Kodner.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sbterhood Sab-
bath. Sermon "Religion In the Mod-
sen Home la ii Paaw ?" Mrs Mir
i.mi Cherkas, president of Sisterhood,
to participate Saturday ill.", a.m
Bar Mitavah David, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Coraah
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:1S p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Par Mitavah: Mark, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin Nankin. Sermon:
"Weekly Portion."
a
TEMPLE NER TAMIU. 80th st. and)
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Monthly Family
>. T% ce Third gradi religious school
children to participate and be bless-
ed Sermon: "Making Adults Out of
Children." Saturday 8:48 a.m.

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi
Daniel M. Lowy.
I Friday 8:13 p.m. Service to mark
the beginning ol the seventh year of
the Temple. Sermon: "Does Judaism
I Countenance Missionaries?" Saturday
i ji a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Allen, son of
I Mi. and Mrs. Hyman Wiener.
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6600 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday v 80 p m. Sermon: "My
Friends." Oneg Shabbat hosts:
Member* ol Sisterhood. Saturday *
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Sunilsnd
Hall, 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struct ionist. R 11.1.1 Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
I rlday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: "Facing
our Fears." Saturday 10:80 R m
Sermon "After the EpitaphWhat?"
-
TEMPLE BETH ShO'.OM. 4144 ChaSf
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronish
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8 15 p m Si..... What Mil
id.. RelUftuus tlroup Say During the
Cuban Crisis?" Saturd a.m.
- -
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irvine,
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Canton
Be" ZV' ..,!
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: what
Will Happen at the End of Da
Saturday B L'i a.m. Sermon: "And)
Jacob Called to His Sons."

TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th at.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Sermon; "The l.ifa
and Death of Jacob." Ones. Shabbat
sitonsors Members of the Men
Club. S.ilurilav 9:30 a in. Bar D
van Ira, son of Mr and Mrs. Joa-
iph Reachman.

TORAH TEMPLE. 1204 West Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Louis A.
Cassel. Dr. Abraham M. Cassel.
Friday B IS p.m Sermon: "Who |sj
a Jew?" Saturday 8 a.m. Sermon:
Weekly Pi rtion '

YEHUDAH MOSHE 13M0 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: What in
Living?" Saturday I a.m. Bar Mita-
vah: Steven, son ot Mr. and M -.
Paul Arali
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CANDLEUGHTING TIME
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1 1-11-18-23


"II II
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
? The Bare Roots of Prejudice
CHANGING PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE. By Al-
fred J. Marrow, PhD. 271 pp. Philadelphia and
New York. Chiltcn Company. Illustrated, So.95.
THE BOOK IS almost tOO beautiful for its subtitle.
\ New Look at Today's Racial, Religious and
Cultural Tensions." it is beautifully jacketed and
bound, standing tall, with handsome typography and
photographs by Cartier-Bressoo and others. Some
of the photographs touid break your heart Bui
inside, the book has a different kind of beauty, a
hard, clear brilliance, a glittering frankness and
truth
It is a lcok at American patterns of prejudice
which i- stripped bare oi sentimentality, which ap
portions responsibility in fair measure and delib-
erate direction, unswayed by ntivr guilt or over
confidence. The author. Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, is
a rare combination of social scientist, industrialist.
civic leader, and professor. An intellectual, whose
doctorate i> in psychology, and the author of "Living
Without Hate" and "Making Management Human."
ho is also chairman ot the board of Harwood Manu-
facturing Corporation, the country's largest firm
in its specialized field in the textile industry H
also a former national vice president of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, and the recent chairman.
from 1956 to 1960. of the New York City's uni
Commission on Intergroup Relations.
As chairman, he investigated the 1960 swastika
outbreak and the discriminatory policies of the West
Side Tennis Club which barred membership to Dr
Ralph Bunehe's son. His commission was respon-
sible for administering the city s Fair Housing Prac-
tices Law, He was in the midst ol the city'- first
move to integrate a public school, to investigate
gang warfare, and to help the Puerto Kican com-
munity.
In his no punches pulled book. Dr. Marrow com-
Our Film folk:
bines in- practical experience with his profound
psychological insights. The result is a discus
lion which goes further and dares more candor than
any previously made public. One of the myth- 1 I
which he give- the lie is that of "misunderstanding"
of other groups, which he says is never sufficient
and "can sometimes intensify conflict rather than
produce harmony." As a corollary, he aho finds
that facts, no matter how valid, will not change
deeply entrenched prejudices: "That is why appeal-
to reason, preachments, slogans. Brotherhood Weeks
and the like have so little effect." Nor does contact
alone help very much living together or going to
school together. But working together for a com
mon goal can produce amazing results.
He warns that anti-Semitism, while on the de-
cline in the United States, is Still widespread and
chronic, and that anti-Jewish prejudice among Ne-
groes is an increasing problem. Chapt-rs on the
N< gross themselves are the heart of the book: the
analy-i- of how slavery robbed the NegrOM of a
-table family tradition, and how its economic after-
math finished the job of destroying their sell image.
particularly that of the man. thus ruining both hus-
band-wife and father-child relationships, is a des-
perately compelling presentation
But Dr. Marrow does not stop at laying bare
the ugliest roots t prejudice, Including the quite
"realist ( reasons tor hatred and mistrust nor does
he gloss our the difficulties minorities create for
then--'!--- nor their own dissensions. He also
offers sound constructive action possibilities, much
of it with economic overtones, which groups and
communities can take
There are no laurels here: the problem* are
old. and the work is in its mlancy But out of the
soil of thi#much honesty shculd come the flower,
hope.
By HERBERT G. LUFT
The Story Behind Sidney Linnet's Rise to Fame
Hollywood
CIDNEY LUMET CALLED me for a
"* chat to his room at the Beverly
ills Hotel on the eve of the local pre-
lere of "Long Day"s Journey into
ght" for which lie flew in In mi New
Tk the center of his cinematic acti-
ties Meeting the unassuming young-
h man tor the first time, one can har.i
believe that he has been responsible
uch dynamic motion pictures as The Fugitive Kind"
(I "A Viev from the Bridge."
With, h current filmization of Eugene O'Neill's ;ui-
play, hi- goes back to the confined, one-
i 'im si ind ih. complete unity of tune of hi- earliest
re film, "Twelvi v > ifei the courtroom
rring H nrj Fonda and l i e .' Cobb
Off file Rpcord:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Bring Back the Beard
days of my early
a plethora ol Jewish

THE
then
i- There were the rabbis w.'h
^'ong beards and chassidim with a dis-
ii ray ol growth. There were the young
vith promise of beard and beards akin
o a "ka.....t/ small but unmistakenly
LI lewi.-h There were also the well-trim-
| ned beard- that were generally B8S0
jkkj ciated with the medical profession, and
then were cne goalees that belonged to barbers and the
ivivi.il in the arts and letters. And then again there
were the beards that just belonged for strange reasons,
seemed, to "goyini."
Today the beard, the Jewish beard, is virtually e\
". ',ct; though I have a -on who has one. There was I
no when the nostalgia lor beards would meet satisfac-
tion at a Jewish simcha. at a synagogue, even at a temple
times. Today the beard is missing almo.-t wholly
i:om even holy sanctums.
It is a rare occasion when one encounters a recOgniZ-
; : ii our land, but they cannot deceive a good Jewish eye.
These lack the aura of radiance, the savor ol incense.
Even where one most expects boardsamonu the
iHhodox rabbisthere an virtually none. And this la
rjly unfortunate
Removal of beards has not of course obliterated the
oifferences between the rabbis. But neither ha- it added
to their distinction. In a world where rabbis and lay-
men alike wear beards, it would be well il seems for
irthodox rabbis to grace themselves in that tradition if
1 r no other reason than uniqueness, dishnctivenoss
I wouldn't go so far as to deprive rabbis of their
11-earned titles and designationsnot even if it meant
> ducing confusion into claritybut I rather fancy the
idea of Orthodox rabbi- clothed in the aura of tradition
rd.
Those who feel that "Long Day's Journey into Night"
is not movie material are talking about scenery but not
about people, Sidney Linnet stated to me emphatically
To him, it i- a fallacy to believe that only spectacular
subjects with mas- scenes and thousands ,it extras lend
themselves to a screen treatment. Human being- and
their relationships in the most intimate atmosphere are
most exciting cinematieaUy to the young movie maker
as are huge sets and superficial performances,
Sidney' Lumet. still in his thirties, was born on Man-
hattan's Lower East Side, the son of a Yiddish pi j
\ right actor Zaruch Lumet, author pi "Once I'pon a
Tailor." At the are oi ."> he appeared on Second Ave-
nue in shows with his father, making his debut on the
I'"' lish-langua i e in Sidney Kingley's Broadway
production ot Dead End Still as a child, be app
in Fran/ Werlel-Ma\ Reinhardt's "Th< !-. R
depicting the trek ol the Je throughout the centuries.
It was the fabulous showman Reinhardt who fir
ey's dramatic talent and wanted to sign Mm I
term contract
Sidney continued on his own with roles in Kaufman-
Hart's Gi oi e V. pi Here" an I William S r
n's "My Heart's in the Highlands." He also had
hired pait.- in films such as thi one as ig brother
Sj dnej In I ne 'l hii ol a ><-
lli< chance as .. direct illy,
With the birth ol television, ei the medium i
itant, he was asked to take the n i ;n bt on
the spur of the moment when the stall director was
taken ill while guiding the sho from his control post
at the monitor His skilful handling oi the I rst se
led to a contract fi r tin "Danger" series Within a ten-
year -pan, Lumet directed some 25ii dramatic television
programs. Most recenl ot his TV dramatizations ini
"Raahomon," "The Dybbuk." "Sacco and VanzetU" and
"John Brown'- Haul on Harper- Ferry."
Bttwppn You and /He: 8y BORIS SMMaaJ
The 65th Anniversary
Of a Pace Setter
HE JEWfSH DAILY
largest Yiddish daily

r in the world, which .
ratirg its 65th \e.r t \Meno-
tas served three generations oi
lews in this country The finfl
generation was that oi in
Few- who came here mostly from
astern Hurnpe. and worked verv
hard as sweat-shop worker- snd
smail peddiers to eke out a meager livelihood. Th*
second generation were the children ol these immi
grants, most of whom despised the atmosphere h
which their parents lived and ran away from thin..
Jewish The third generation is the American borr.
Jewish youth ot to lay. which is Culturally
lated. Strongly Americanized, but which
ashamed of being Jewish and is even (tying to learn
what Jewishneaa means. Looking backward to the
years when the Forward was established,
dera how thousands and thousands of Jews could
endure the life they lived at that time.
They were working long hours, in sweat shops
without light, without fresh air. with no leceW
pay, returning home late in the evening after |
hard working day to dark and crowde.l rooms in
slum gas lit tenement bouses, many of them without
toilets, most of them without baths, all of them dec-
orated" with dirty linen hanging from the windows
to dry after washing. For them, life in the congested
Lower Fast Broadway in New York wtS what llfi
today in the poorest Negro or Puerto Rican sections
of the city.
An eijiht-hour working day was for them a
dream, since most of them worked 12 hours a day;
a six day week was never thought of; paid vac.it:.m<
were nonexistent; when one failed to report to
work because of sickness, the missed day was de-
ducted from bis wages.
The second generation of Jews during the
ence ol the Forward were not readers of that pi
In fact they were not readers of anything printed
in Jewish. This is not because they did not know
Jewish, but because the) were a-hamed of b
Jew At home, they had no choice but to sp< 81
Yiddish with their parentsthey parents knew
Bnglih but outside of the house they did every-
thing they could to hide their Jewishness. M<".
chunued their names to non-Jewish sounding nanii
For them Jewishness was synonymous with povert.
and with poor English. A girl, when she met .
boy, was ashamed to bring him home because shi
did not want him to see how her parents lived.
Life ha- its own way, and no matter how the
parents ol the "lost generation" attempted to keep
their children from Jewishness, these children
the thud generation of American Jewa during th.
existence "i the Forwardhave by themselves tx
e conscious "t their Jewishness and even bit
i ted in it This third generation dal not -
from t! i inferiority complex of which tbeii
ii ered as Jewa They were not born in povei
.: Lower East Side; their parents were
. il hop irkers; their American-born fathei
hers spoki English like any other A
can
The third lion J novt mostly univi
stty students- saw no reason whatsoever to
a-h.nnod ol Jewishness. To these American
bs of the third generation, Judaism w
a km ni culture, and many of them became a
that they knew nothing ol this culture because th<
pan:.'- did not give them any education in this
I. Ih nee they b< an to ask questions. Thcj
wanted to know what due- it mean when one Ip
oi "Jewish heritage." They wanted to know i
about Jewish history. They wanted to know wh
i- the difference between a Jew and a non-Jew wh>
I. ii are no! religious. Their parents, dc-oih
from Judaism, were certainly not in a positon to
answer such questions, s.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
American Teen Ager's Right to be Different
Washingtoi
QOES the American teen-ager teal)
that being Jewish is a handicap o
a source of inspiration and Self-esteem'
If one can find the answer in the can
did expressions of hundreds of young|
people at a recent B'nai B'rith youtl
conference held at Norfolk. Va.. a fore
cast of emerging American Jewish at
titudes might be formulated
Participants included the AZA boys and B'aai B'rith
Girls. They were mainly high school juniors and seniors
from Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.
Many attend schools now being integrated. They are the
first Jewish boys and girls to grope with the problem
of forming personal friendships with Negroes and back-
ing Negro right- in an environment where Jews receive
only limited acceptance.
B'nai B'rith Youth organizer Milton Heller -tre
a theme of "The Right to be Different Conformist
tendencies, denoting a Striving for acceptance had
indicate! by boy- and girls who felt there was some
contradiction in being both a first class American and
Jew
Fear existed of being considered "different." Mi
Heller emphasized that the fabric of democracy require!
Jewish values to strengthen its texture.
During the convention, a revealing exchange was
overheard in the hotel lobby. A non-Jew, in a spirit ol
goodwill, noted the mass of bright-eyed youngsters and
asked what was going on at the hotel. The boy who re-
sponded said it was a asm vent ion of the AZA and BBG
The inquirer said he never heard of those groups. Were
they fraternities or something? Instead of explaining
that they were Jewish youth groups, the emban.
teen-ager mumbled an apology and dashed off.


ly, January 11, 1963
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I, ^ n \ against i he
fct. of ROSE MESH, deceased
,.r i., Hot Ida, to the
my Judges "' l 'ade C 'n,\ i"ri
11 ... nil ipllcate .mil .is pro-
k1 i., s.. tlon ISI 16. Floi Ida .-ta-
in tli- ir offices in the Counts
rtinHi-.- In Hade County, K
lit, siv nths from Ihi
of the first nulilli -ii inn h< reof,
n. -r. u ill l> i..i I .1
|t< I Mia Hoi
,.- I .........-. \ I' 1962
JENNIE I'I NS' IN
\- i!\-1 utrlx
t\Kl: A MAN NHKlMKIt
fc for Exi mix
I. I., oln R > i
kin Begu h, I ." Ida
12 21-28 1/4-11
[THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND
fOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
r ru'^rrPY
No. 62C 13767
I: I. INK KATZ,
Plaintiff.
I: roN KM"/,,
I .:. imI.iiii
NOTICE BY PUBL'CATON
MORTON KATS5, lefendanl
' .'J 1 llll~\ ll .1 III.I \ I IIIH'
Rrooklvn Si V...K
t>C ARE REvil IREIl to serve i
. f your Answer to the Complaint
[Iiivorce "ii the Plalntlfrs attorn-
MII.TON A s*RIEIMAN IIP
H, s Building, Miami :;.'. 1 lorl la,
,, file the original Anawei In
the cierti of the Clr-
i '..iirt, ..ii ..i bi fore the uli day
1-', bruars. IS* i; other Ise, il"-
tplalnt f"i l'i\ orce hi r< tofore (il-
i sin w III be laki as confi
i
F.v f" K i > at Miami, l>adi County,
fliin, Mn- 27th da) of December,
|.', H I E VTHERM W
irt,
intj I.....
i:. .' p COPEL-AND
I |-11-18-Zo
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 57975-A
In RE: Estate of
i.Ml.l'i; MISCHKI,,
1., iseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|".. All Creditor* and \i Hav-
ing claims oi Deman-ls Against Said
-
You ai hen by n llf!-d mil n quir-
ed to present anj i a and demands
n li < ii \ mi ma) igali l 111*-
. .. i; ii. !: \ii-i "-il :i.. deci
I.it, of I lade i in' I '"i Ida, thi
.lll\. illlcl
. In thi offli i in ilf
,. nl) i 'in rl !"!- in Ii County,
i-':-.i Ida, within sin da months
nit- of the i ii,.n
ii,;,-..i. or the k mi will b< barred,
Rl ISE STE1NH MIT.
Exi .
NORMAN K SCHWARZ, Attorney
I! I...... in Road
Miami Reach, Klotida
12 2I-2S l 'l-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN lint
nderslgned, desiring t.. engage In
under the fFctltlouu name of
HRANDON ENTERPRISES :it 'ill-
South West Mh Street, Miami, Klor-
iiin Intend register .-.titi name with
the "lerk ol tin I '.: ill I "oui I ol I
'ounl i. Florida
11 VRVEY I. BRANT
UIDEt IN RIMON MCHTMAN
Owm
12/28, 1 1-11-is
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
|IN AND FOR D4DF COUNTY.
F11RIDA 'N "P1BATE,
No 57757-C

IRCINIA SI MMI
-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
tn Cr All I'. Hnv-
i'lalms "i i ii in.in.i \-'in i
t>n iir.- hereby notlfii .1 an I i

fc-h \..a in.i ha i he i
VIHtl v SCMMERS, de-
I late ol
i 'ounty .lui!-:' s of 1 m.i. "ounts.
fi!.- the -.i tile in I i-es In
i unt) '..hi H..II-. in I-;.
..I Ida, w ii hln six al< nthir months
the data ..f lh< first publh itlon
.1. or the same M <* bat red.
pavip C HII/'HRIS r Bxei utor
IL KWITNEY, Attorne)
(.in. .In Ri ...I
ml Bead
1 11-18-25, 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 57471-B
IN RE: Estate ..f
VRTHCR l. MICKI.ER, si:
I i. ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'i. dlti i and VII r- m M iv.
Claims oi l, :i nds Agalusl Kuld

You ;iri hen b; notifleil and i iiiir-
i^l to lTesent a i i.i in.inil-
whli*h ^"ii rha> have ngH nsl thi es-
ati ol vi: i lli'i: l. Mi'M.i:i:. SR .
.-..I late of Dadi County, Flor-
id i. lo the I'l.iintv Judgi "t I '.nl.
Count), and file thi nami In duplli li
.mil ,i>. pi ..\ i.|...I iii Si i Ion T 13 16,
Elol iilii stut Ites, -ii their offices in
hi Count) Courthouw In Dade Coun-
ty, I lorlda, itlil'i it monlii-
ii,mi the time "f the ii-: publication
i. ..i the same IH be barred.
I int. ,i .it Miami, K|" i Ida, this I lib
da) "i I .-mil. i. AD
Rl ISE MICKI.ER
As Administratrix
EI.IAH >. IRKN
I. foi \il iilnl>:i ill >
i" in11 lal .Niit'l. i:.i'ik llblB
-. i I-11-1S
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORTY OK THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO \l.l. TO Wlli'.M THESE PI
SENTS SH M.I. C< IM I tlREETINUS
\\ |.i IRBER. Ml
\MI i:l Vi'H, El. O R I DA : LEAH
M I A M It EACH ,
\l \N. .\l! \.\ll
. II I I itRID.1 llth
t
... the
VVESTMENr
lb 11
Ml l-Ui
STY, I
ii did
i \ 11

-
,i autl
required r Si f. Florida
Sta'-.1- -. showing tin -
Now, theref
...... ihe fon -
u in- ., i hat ii rii .i :li..i
thi requh .ir i hi i.i^> ha,v
been complied <
IN \\ ITN i'..- S \\ il 11RE< 'I I have
. unto set m) hand and have
nfrlxi ,l th< llr< .it Si il of tin Stati
..t I .... Ida, ..' i ha the
Capital, this thi rHIRTY-KIRST
f DKCEMtlKR K.U
(seal) ,..vms,
1 ii i.i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business iimi. i- the fictitious name of
STI >lll. s Ci INEY ISLAND at 250 N 12.
ii Street, I "ade i 'ount). Florida,
Intends t" ;. glatei said name with th,-
Clerk "t thi Circuit Court of Dade
inty, Florida
sTulll. s INN CORP.,
A New Vork corporation authoriged
- I., ilo business in Ki.ii Ida
It) luls Stohl
I.i HIS STl '111.. IT. sldi nt
ARl >Nl IV1TZ, SILVER .v SI "HER
Attorneys for St.,his Inn Corp,
\ nali ( RuildlSuj
Miami J2, l lorlda
12 21-18 l 1-11
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 12
l: Ml. VNTi INRI URTEC.A,
Plain'iff,
-
ISABEL ORTEOA,
I >efendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
T< Is VREL i IR1 EGA
i- > Petra Toi res
'. i:. l6Srd Sn. t
Bronx, New York
V< l ARK iiereb) notified th
iNimplainl for IMvorce has been filed
n-t you, iiml you are hereb) re-
lulred t" servi .i eopj of your Answer
to thi Complaint on the Plalntlfrs at-
. LESTER Rl IERS, host ad-
-1 N W. l liii hi'eel. Miami,
hlorlda, and file Ihe original of your
Anwet in the office of the Clerk .>i
i :. i. mil lull. ..il i 'Irculi in and
i'.Hi- County, Florida, on or !-
thi l'h a i) of Febi i.ii \. 1983,
. i.inii .if which the Complaint "ill
- ns > .nl- s-i-.l h) you.
I'.,:. i tin .'ii.i day of Januar)
i: B LEA THERM \ S
k oi the Circuit Court
B) K. M. I.YM AN.
I '. |>llt) '
i I -11-18-25
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
MIT/I SMERI.INO, also km v.n
as SADIE SMEHI.l 11. ...i-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors an I All IVr~ ll.iv-
i'il- Claims "t l 't ma nds Aga i I
! III
You n 11- hei ebj ntitlfled anl reiiolr-
. ,l t.. pi phi nl an) i laims and di i
hich ) "ii in.. .mi lie
* i!.- of Mltxl Snu rling, a1si mow n
.i- Sadie Smeiilng deceaseil Inti of
I '.i.i, Countv .1 i to the i
Jltilgesi I .i.i. Count? .'i ;
same in their offices in tin-
i '..in 11.,-HM in I'...I. County, l i.ii..i.
within -is alendar months
da te "i i he I I si imbll
-.i me w ill le I......'.
BENJAMIN sMERi.INC, Exi
I.Bl iNARD : EUER I' ol
\|> -. il. it.hi. Kapl in i
II ." s w Isi s
Miami :>. Florida
1 11-18-25, .' 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl 'Th'i: is HEREBY Ul\ EN that l
derslgned, riewli ing to nsagi In
h sli.....:n l. i i ii. fictli lolls ii.-iiii. nt
. S T A N DA R D SPBCIAI 1 Y H VLES
COMPANY i n i: 172ml Street,
[North Miami Beach, blorlda Intends
.. register said name wl'h th, -|. u
.f the Circuit Couri of Dade County,
Floi Ida
J VCK KWERDIjOI i
H Rl iBERT Ki -I.TNi >\V
\ -..1 II. -v foi I.i. i. S\\ I dloff
HOD Rlaca) m Build ng
Miami, I- loi nl.i
1 11-18-25, 2 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GPi'EN tl
the mill, i i_r t i. desli i -.u.it.-
lui- ness indei the fictitious nameg
Ret .. SI -. Revco I Heceui
Center K |i|m ount I >ruga at -
S I-: i- Slivi-I M da
Ii t he Clerk
ill. Clii hi i'.. ii i ..| I' i '..mi-
Elorl
Il iSEI'H DAVIOSi IN
KOVNI t IANNH HER
-- i-h I lavldsi -ii
12 28, I l-ll- -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUiT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No 62C 13789
FI.AOl.ER FEDERAL SAVINGS A
I.i 'AN VSSI ii'I \ I'i' -N i il .MIAMI
Plali
\ -
RI'ISEN ROHRIOI :/. MARICHAL
in-i MARC VRI I'A MARICHAD, hU
Wife,
Befi ds nts.
Th: Rt'HE.N Rl IDRIOI'EZ M \ R -
i I \l, .ii,l ,M VRGARIT \ MA
Ic'IIAI.. I= wife, if alive, i
if dead, then .11 unlcnon n hat
devisees, grantees, .i^siKiu--
lii non Itors or otherwh
claiming by, through, nmb-r
agali st th. said Kl'I'.KN ROD-
Kl-ili:/. M VRICHAL and MAR-
i IARIT \ M '.Kli'llAI.. his ii'i
.hi I i^-.i inst nil othei pai I
having or claiming i" have ai
Interest In t
;. --t.... t\ li, iein .I- scrlbi >i
1 IRE HEREBY N< Til- IET> tl
;i i "ini'laiiit t"i Ffirecioaure of Mort-
i against yon
- iii.. .1 property, i -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 57851-C Claik
I RE Est Iti
I'.W IH II VRRIS
l>,, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
... .In ., i Ml Pi i -ti.-
imu i I lim- "i I lemandi Said
i ti
n I and n uilc-
iiv claims and del
u i' i h \ "ii ma> ii.'V' l the
. state of D Win II VRRIS, di ceased
late "f Dade County, Horlda, t.> tin-
i 'ount) Judgi h ol I indi i' mnty and
lii, the *:uti". in du|illcati anl .is pro-
v Ided in Section "SS.1i E rida Bta-
-. in tin it- offices in i he Cm .mi v
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
ti..... i.f the first publication 1
mi the aame \\i'l be barred
Dated .n Miami, Florida, tins 12th
da) oi I .nil" i. a 11 1982
DOROTHY K \l:.U. HARRIS
\s Executrix
IIAItl'.ls \M> ROBINSON
Vttorneys for Executrix
12th I-'1..mi Dade Federal Bld|
Miani .In
12 21-28 1 in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi.it
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
bualneaa undei the fictitious nami ol
ACTION MOTORS at 8401 N.W. 7th
Avenue, Miami, intend to reglstel
-,iiil name with the Clerk of the dr-
sull Court of I "ade "."intv Floi Ida.
M. il. 1 TMAS AN 11 Si INS
a Partm rshlp consisting of
M C Dl'M \s
DOR \ l'l'M AS
El UENE I- I TMAS
SIMON Dl'M AH
R, 1 l-ll-ls
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .ih I-: IS III REBY GIVEN
t he underslg neil,

  • \ VRIETY II' IT EL ul
    iTih
    the
    i "U ik
    i I ','llllT
    \1" 'I.I'll KATZ ."A K VTZ
    Owl
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    \ v
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    has bi ii
    the following .1
    wit:
    Lot 23, Block S3,
    I'ITU IN Tl \V .
    HEIGHTS ." rdlng
    t iu i. ..i. n "t .i, ,i
    I SECOND AI--
    EST II A V K '
    t,. the l'h
    i:it l:,M>k H'
    iii Page ;:. of thi Public Record'
    of l':i i. County, Florida, togetm
    uitli Improvementa, fixtures an
    appllanei's ontalned therein, as >. i ii.. ii iii s.,,,i mortgage,
    ami you are hereby required lo Bei
    ,i ,..,.> i.f youi Answer to the sat-l
    on the Attorney for tl
    Plaintiff and file the Original Answ.
    in the i ifflce .if the Clerk of the Cll -
    i nit Court i-n "i before the I'll da
    February, 1963; otherwise, the al-
    legations "t said Complaint u iii I
    t.ik. n as confessed by you.
    I \ ri:i'. Tin- ."Hi da] "i I '.
    bi i. I!
    1' R LEATHRRMAN
    lit "..in t.
    County, 1
    By C P COPEI.AND


    I N.E. I Florid
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    NOTICE UNDER
    CTITIOUS NAME LAW
    E lit H EH

    I ,. : l iol
    \ I'ai.'T.m i:\i- Mi m n -
    .; .i i :.i in-, ii.i
    th tin i
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    TH LIE 1'H'ili l.
    I; i Kl H.TXI >W
    k foi \ a T III' I'i- hei
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    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
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    solicits your legal notice*.
    We appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
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    for messenger senrice
    YOU GET MORE CALLS
    . WHEN YOUR PHONE 15 ALWAYS ANSWERED
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    than $5 per week for a full time Telephone Secretary.
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    TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
    the mi.I' slgm d. ill te In
    busim ss undi r Ihe fictitious nan
    LORRAINE VSSOC1ATEH al number
    ii stn el Cans way In the
    i:. ii. i lorlda in', mi
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    1 1-11-18-25
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    Private Pool
    Beach and
    Cabana Colony
    HOTEL
    6wC,(W
    At 24th ST., MIAMI BEACH
    Air Conditioned Rooms
    Private Beach and Pool
    Parking on Premises
    Cocktail Lounas
    Dining Room
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    FLAGLER FEDERAL SWING
    *" ^ A > ASSOCIATION O F i I AMI


    TO BE NAMED 'WOMAN OF THE YEAR'
    Mrs. Grossinger Luncheon Friday
    'The crucial buttle for the minds
    of men can he won only through
    education, and the Hebrew I'm
    verslty of Jerusalem, a now In-
    stitution in a now country, one
    backed by the tradition of cen-
    turies, can contribute Immeasur-
    ably lo -!us battle for men's
    minds "
    This l- what Tom Adams. Flor-
    ida Secretary ol State, 1- expected
    to discuss in an address Friday
    al the luncheon oi the National
    V omen's Division. .\ m e ri c a n
    Friends of the Hebrew University,
    slated for the E en Hoc Hotel at
    1_-::S0 p.m.
    Adams, paying tribute to Mrs.
    Jennie Grossinger. who will re-
    ceive tie- Florida "Woman of the
    Year" award from the women's
    croup in the form o f an illuminat-
    ed scroll executed by Sol Nodel.
    Irving E. Miller entertains hostesses for the Jen. 11
    an of the Year" Luncheon at her Sunset Island home.
    rs of the award committee of the Women's Division.
    can Friends of the Hebrew University, discussed the
    which will include a lyrical bouquet offered by Met-
    tan Opera star B'anche Thebom in honor of Mrs. Jennie
    inger. Florida "Woman of the Year." Mrs. Miller Utand-
    ls shown with committee members. Mrs. Norman Klein
    pnd Mrs. Jerome Greene.
    Charles P. Feinberg (left), vice president of the Federa-
    of Jewish Women, is shown with Mrs. Irving Fell (center).
    dent. Jewish Family and Children's Service Women's
    ittee, and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein (right). JFCS pres-
    the famed illuminator, is also ex-
    pected to -ite Mrs. Grossinger as
    "an outstanding citizen of this
    great slate, a woman who has <;;\
    ( i. -o freely of her time, her en-
    ergies and her talent- tiial Others
    might live a more fruitful 111
    Mrs. Grossinger is being "hor-
    rid for her achievements in com-
    merce, for her humanitarian ac-
    tivi and h r inter* si In the lie-
    brew University of Jerusalem."
    Mis Grossinger i- a national vice
    president ol the Women's Division.
    Ano'her speaker, Mrs Leonard
    Shankman, one of the division-
    leader- from Scarsdale, N.Y.. will
    bring greetings from Mrs Louis
    S. Gimbel, Jr., national president.
    and a tribute to Mrs. Grossinger.
    Mrs. Sharkman is expected to
    characterize the students at lie
    brew University, in (be words of
    a former president of that ir.
    tution, as the best in the hist
    ol the university, They
    sense of en *hich
    brought about iIk r< n
    the school."
    Some 50 students from Eun
    Asia and Africa > ho
    area colleges and universil
    will be special guests. Their pr
    ii the gath( ring, d< dici
    'n ihe theme. "WomenPace
    lor World Peace." was a-
    ed by the contribution- of M
    Jack S, Popick, a vice presidi
    ol the Miami Women's Divisl
    and .lack D, Gordon, Dado Coir
    School Hoard member and pr
    denl of Washington Federal.
    Mis Samuel T. Sapiro Is ch
    man. Mrs. Anna Brenner Me)
    is award chairman, and Mrs. S.-
    id Simonhofl heads the local
    vision as president.

    t
    th<
    w<
    ovnan s
    'WorlJ
    "drewiislri IFlLoinidliiaiti
    Miami. Florida, Friday, January 11, 1963
    Sect.on I
    Women's Federation in Opener
    ng leading women's organizations at the President's
    ncil meeting of the Federation of Jewish Women were
    to right) Miss Lillian Goodman, president, Miami Beach
    pter of Hadassah; Mrs. Raymond Rubin, president, Great-
    iami Section, National Council of Jewish Women; and
    Jean C. Lehman (richt), chairman of the day and vice
    Bident of Federation of Jewish Women in charge of the
    Bident's Council. *
    over -to leaders ol "omen's or-
    ganizations in Greater Miami, com-
    prising the President's Council of
    the newly-formed Federation of
    Jewish Women, took part in the
    first meeting ol the organization
    la. t week held at Ihe home of Mrs.
    Carl Weinkle In the Imperial
    House
    Arthur s Rosichan, executive di-
    rector ol the Greater Miami Jew-
    ish Federation, called upon all
    women's organizations in the com-
    munity to work harder than ever
    before and to do more in leader-
    ship, in services and in philan-
    thropy, serving both at home and
    overseas."
    Mrs. Jean (' Lehman, vice pres-
    ident in charge <>f the President's
    Council, conducted the meeting
    and noted that "virtually every
    leading Jewish sponsored women's
    organization in the community at-
    tended." She called this "the
    launching point tor a more unified
    and productive Federation of Jew
    i.-n i.uulen than ever before."
    Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, pres-
    ident oi the Federation ol Jewish
    Women, noted that the Federation
    will be active throughout the year
    "On this basis we will do far more
    than conduct a Combined Jev ish
    Appeal Women's 1).vision." she
    noted. "We hope to do better than
    ever in the drive, and at the same
    time share education and knowl-
    edge of Federation's role in the
    Community and the best methods
    With which we can go forward in
    education, in the development of
    new leadership and new resources
    of leadership."
    Vice presidents of the new or-
    ganisation include Mrs. Lehman.
    Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. com-
    munity educational vice president;
    campaign vice president. Mrs. Jack
    Ablin; community resources vice
    president, Mrs. Irving Lehrman;
    and community coordination vice
    president. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz.
    Taking part in the first meeting of Federation of Jewish Worr-
    en at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle are (left to right) Mr;
    Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Federation of Jewish
    Women; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, regional president, Women ?
    American ORT; and Mrs. Esther Lerman. president of tr. 5
    Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Council:
    rn n i
    . u j A
    by ISABEL GROVE
    wish Floridian Book Editor Will Join Panel
    ks that have become best
    ts, and those never reaching
    j best-seller lists, but which
    Id be read more widely,, will
    Jlscu-sed by a panel of authori-
    Ihere next week.
    lary Mindlin. book editor of
    I Jewish Floridian, will join
    the panel of experts in a program i
    entitled "Why and How Best-Sell- {
    ers" at the Miami PuWic Library j
    next Thursday, Jan. 17. at 8:30'
    p.m
    Also on the panel wftl be Henr\
    Cavendish, of the Chicago Trib-
    une; Joan Nielson McHale, of The
    Miami News; and Beatrice Wash
    burn, book editor, Miami Herald.
    Charles Genthe, professor of the
    Division of Communications at
    Dade County Junior College, will
    serve as moderator and conduct
    the question period following the
    panel discussion.
    Visitors from New York being
    entertained by local friends .
    The Abe EisenbergS, 1000 Still-
    water Dr.. entertaining Rabbi
    and Mrs. Henry Schorr at the
    Waldman Hotel Tra ltional
    Friday evening dinner for Lou
    and Lynns Levin and t h e J r
    guests, the Murray Grosses, in
    the Golden Key Room of the
    Wcstbrooke Club Gross is
    national chairman of the Ameri-
    can Veterans Assn.. and Com-
    missioner of Humanities of New
    York City And Golhamitcs.
    the A. A. Rosens, he's owner of
    the Astor and Manhattan Hotels
    in the Big City, have taken a
    Miami Beach apartment at the
    Hampshire Towers Flew in
    this weekend SO that she could
    supervise the furnishings and
    decoration of the two bedroom
    suite.
    #
    Dining at Victor and Anne Bi-
    done's De Continental Restau-
    rant. Ed Sullivan. Ben Ganu-
    and his beautiful wife, Joan Ab-
    bott .
    Proving a point that there's
    jllSl one place to spend a win'
    vacation, Charles Rosenthal
    New York, and wife Cora
    rived last week for i stay at I \
    Eden Roc Haven't miss<
    year here -nice the early 192 .
    A holidaj dinner for 139 al I
    Dupont Plaza Hotel to celebr
    a half century of "togetherness"
    lor the Homas, Herman I. I
    Etta, who were married Dec.
    1912. in Minneapolis ...!{
    dents here from 1917 to 1915.
    they now live in the Pan..
    Canal Zone, which is not soo far
    away for frequent visits here
    sea their many friends Shar-
    ing the festivities and the pleas-
    ure of remembered incidents
    and surroundings, son C. Wi -
    iam Homa, wile Irene, and th< '
    lour. Bruce 13, Cary 10. Diane ',
    . nd Dean 6 .
    The junior Homa- also call the
    Panama Canal Zone home no /
    . And the former Barb
    Homa. husband Manuel Stei .
    and daughter Martha 12, f
    Continued on Page 6-B


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    *Jen isth fhridinr
    Friday. January
    Beth Israel Studies Music
    ,\ regular meeting oi tin- Sis- in honor of Jewish Muiic Month, J^Jf^'u."r
    Musical recordings y
    Cantor Yosele ::. -.-.biatt"
    played, and Mr Th I
    terbood of Beth Israel Congrega- Louis Schwartzman. executive 01- tjors.
    tion will be held on Tuesday, Jan. rector of the Bureau of Jewish Mrs. Frac*
    22, al Waldman's San Marino Education, will discuss 'What is of the prograi
    Hotel Jewish Uusic?" lloscovlts .- :
    Mrs. Leo Levin, chairman, and Mrs. Jack B. Shapiro, ticket
    chairman, discuss with Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader
    of Temple Beth Sholom, the book review series which he will
    present for Sisterhood beginning on Sunday morning, 10:30,
    in the Sisterhood Lounge of the Temple.
    Review Series Temple lion Revue
    Opens Sender/
    At Ee-:h Shofcn
    Th I best-seller, "F
    by Eugi ne Burdick l
    Harve; Wheeler '-v.il be w\
    bj R ; : Le Kr inish, spu
    r i i 'l pie B
    tl first r. re-
    t a break!
    morning, i" in th< S tei
    i lorn.
    v reviev t, en
    titled B nd B loks with
    R eir.g sponsored by th
    Sisterhood, of which Mrs. Louis
    F. Snetman is pn Chair
    man oi the project is Mrs Leo
    Levin, and Mrs Jack i> Shapiro
    i- chairman oi ticket sales.
    Other books to be reviewed at
    these Sunday morniny ><
    Letting Go," by Philip Roth.
    Feb. 10: and "The Slave." bj
    Isaac B. Singer. Mar. 17. T'le re-
    view for April will be announced
    at a later date, and in May Rabbi
    Kronish U ill rev lew the current
    Broadway hit. "A Man for AH
    Seasons," by Robert Holt.
    Pa Temple Zion
    Sistt rhoi d u ill appi ar in a musi-
    r vue, "Those W mderful
    Years," al a da sored by
    the Sisterhood i i the I em i Si <
    :.il Hall on S urd <
    Mui i I ick Sho-
    R rval i hairmen
    Seyn S Mrs
    Elwoi .i Gi Idl erg.
    Members Guests
    At Ladies' Tea
    Paid-up members .>i Beth Emeth
    od w i re to to ts at a
    this T n i g in the
    Temple auditorium. Rabbi Simon
    April was to give the Invocation.
    Mrs, Norman Paber, member-
    ship chairman, was to present a
    porgram in which the children of
    the members wen to participate,
    with Mrs. Joseph Koos as master
    Oi ceremonies.
    President of the Sisterhood is
    Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen.
    Also on the Sisterhood schedule
    i- a "Fun Day" for children to be
    held at the Temple auditorium on
    Sunday, Feb. 17.
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    fchood members rehearse a cantata, "My Child of Thee,"
    Bb will be presented at Beth David next Wednesday. From
    Ere Mrs. Al Miller, Mrs. Milton Wasman, Mrs. Ralph Ross,
    cadi i- Max Handschu.
    Beth David Will
    Stress Torah
    'RoariiT 20V
    Fashions Slated
    "A Roarin* 20 V costume party
    Mil by the C'haim Weizmaiui
    Group of Hadassah will bo hiid
    On Saturday evening at the Miami
    Pioneer Club, 250 NvV River Dr.
    Funds realized from the even-
    ing will be used for supplies to
    go to the Madas ah-Hehrew I'.ii-
    versity Hospital.
    Participating in the entertain
    ment are "The Sweet Adelines."
    nationally known Women's Barber
    Shop Quartet, and the "'Charleston
    Chorus," with Mrs. Esther Dorr,
    Mrs. Paula Ehrlich, Mrs. Daisy
    l'eder. Mrs. Sol Harris, Miss Fan-
    nie Levitt. Mrs. Sam Lewis, \ii-s
    Esther Maker. Miss Ida Markow,
    and Mrs. Abie Waitzman,
    Miss Ray Etkin will be at the
    piano. Mrs. Nat Goldberg, presi
    den!, and Mrs. Phil Lever will
    direct Mis. Harry Kornlelcl is
    chairman,

    Naomi Croup of Hadassah will
    show Burdine's New Lights in
    Fashion" al Dadeland'S Summit
    Restaurant at a breakfast Tues-
    day, 9:30 a.m. The show will be
    televised, with Lycra bathing
    suits beins shown for the first
    time in Miami.
    Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chair-
    man and Mrs. Alvin Berger is
    president.
    Planning a special luncheon to be sponsored by Mrs. Matilda
    Wash ton on Jan. 21 at the Fontainebleau Hotel are seated
    (left to right) Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, Brandeis Group, Ha-
    dassah; and Mrs. Sam Ruban, chairman. Standing (left to
    right) are Mrs. Washton, hostess for the Juncheon; and Mrs.
    Otto Sandman, chairman. Proceed" will go toward mainten-
    ance of the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.
    "Ter : >r Torah'" will be the
    hclfl '! Beth David Sisterhood's
    lest I ilar meeting at 11:30 a.m..
    \etl- ..\. .Ian u>. at Spector
    lalL
    ls)B Louis s. Him. S'sterheod
    irecid- >n net the meet-
    nf.
    ta, "Mj Child ol Thee,"
    i^B: \rn!'in. ill !> pri'-e-i'ed
    I A' "hood members under di-.
    ectaOT : Mrs. Charles Spingam,
    Torah "d cha rman
    Mrs.
    MilUB asm in w ill narrate the
    antat. is a National
    Wome i-ipl Mrs A.
    flf^^p i'ekelner
    of music for the program
    irk TOppell and Mr- Nor
    ladsen will be soloists.
    ;al characters will be por-
    hy the Mesdames Maurice
    At'.' Maloff, Rtlph Ross,
    Jamison, Harold Berke, Al
    Harold Reinhard, Maurice
    . and Edward Ginsberg
    I the play "ill be Robert
    rd
    Beth El Education Program
    Congregation Beth El was to re-
    sume its adult education program
    Thursday. 8 p.m.. with Rabbi Solo-
    mon Schiff, the congregation's
    spiritual leader, devoting the ses-
    sion to Bible study, concepts and
    movements in Judaism, history,
    and customs The class will meet
    thereafter every Thursday nighl
    at 8 p.m.
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    Torah Group of Hadassah will
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    Monday, Jan. 14. l p.m., at Knights
    of Pythias Hall.
    Cantor H. Richard Brown, of
    Temple Judea. will present a
    repertoire of songs from his
    can er in show business.
    Prior to becoming a cantor, he
    was featured soloist on the TV
    program, "Stop the Music." and
    appeared at the Roxy. Capitol and
    Paramount Theatres in New York.
    Admission for the afternoon is
    a filled .INF blue box
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    Emcmu-EI Ladies
    Expect Capacity
    Crowd on Wed.
    Annual
    I the Temp
    rbourt i cap
    Room (
    12
    Life memb rhocd
    ba honored with a special mu-
    cal program created for the oe-
    "en and directed
    Reuben Lewn. arxi titled.
    The Fountain of Life "
    Taking part are Mrs Samuel
    ptor. Mrs Alexander Kogar.. and
    Leonard Glicksman Mr-
    ack Popick will be vocah-t ac
    > mpar.ied by Mrs Ben Ball
    Co-chairmen for the event are
    .esdames Charles Rosengarten
    : aymond Goodman. M nil Kro-
    Ted Zallt.5. Mortimer Corun
    3 nilip Salmori. Sol Silverman T*
    .a-- Murray Schwartz-
    ar. and Henry Penchansky
    Sisterhood president. Mr? Sol
    importance
    . the In- bm ho are the
    jckUj-.v of Sistei -od. de-.
    of their time and ef-
    Mn :.ith. chaplain of
    ul read f
    cat Mrs Herbert Sha-
    - iro will lr.troducr tht
    art
    -iatikvah and Star-Spar.gled Ban-
    w
    Dr. Ir. rman the Tern-
    - spiritual leader. will greet
    'ne gathering.
    Herzl Group Sets *** Maimsky t0 sp^
    m Musical Comedy
    u pre
    ,.n original musical com
    Active in the planning of the annual mid-winter tea and meet-
    ing oi Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood are 'left to right Mrs. Reu-
    ben Levin. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Sister-
    hood president, end Mrs. Leonard Glickmsn. The event will
    take place Wednesday at the Eden Roc Hotel, honoring all
    life members of Sisterhood.
    Sisterhood Will Hear Review
    Th. hood and PTA of 1
    pie Emar.u-F.I held a board n
    ond -of a eerie* of book -
    11 Irving I.ehrman. ipiril
    The review the
    auditorium of th< S :"! Bi
    Euii 77tb SL
    on Wednesdaj Ji
    10 a
    Dr Lehrman ha- cl
    teller to review. The Roth-
    schilds." by Freeh rteo.
    The aeries of i part of
    the program of the Women In
    - ti -h and Cull
    SI
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    tion in a vai

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    "Chi : G Sin gin i
    Art '
    Monday ioon at tfa B lea
    Wntten and directed
    4*>. aU'1> VoUmkf, with
    \ \ Freiden and lyi
    b> Mr- Harold Newman, the
    hail a la
    tttea
    Appearing in li are
    ler Joe x rliek.
    Mrs Staole) Levitch, Carl Card
    tier and I Gal loer, and
    Milton Wrinkle Also Ju
    Milton Friedman, Mr.- Af
    er Mr- UttTJ Lariat and
    teen-agers Holley Lev iuh and Bn
    ; .. ai pagi -
    The show closes with a ni-ht
    club scene featuring 15 "Miami
    . Girl-" modelin- tin ir fa\-
    ball gown-.
    Ladies of the ensemble are Mn
    Jerome Blank. Mrs. Sam Blank
    Mr- .i:.ik Cpurshoo. Mr- Stanles
    Frehling, Mrs George Goldl
    Mr- Samuel Halpern. Mrs
    Mn J< m pfa Lipton.
    Meyer. Mr- Harry
    Mrs. S Mrs
    Rabbi Morton M
    speaker at a luncheoai
    of the M
    arv of the Jewish ,
    i to be held r. fffl
    at Dougia-
    t'.ladyt D. M
    dent of the group.
    Attorney Opens New Offices
    losepl w Mali Beach
    : v".- :
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    Study of Reds
    To be Reviewi
    "Urgency of ihi <
    icaniam n Communism" mil
    ed by Admil '
    Mott. com man d ter afi
    Judge Advocate Cur;
    cd State- Navy, at .,
    jng of Miami Be.i
    : PTA on V.
    30, 8 p.m.. in the
    luni.
    The meeting will -
    view t<> the "Amaru .. q
    muni-m" course to I
    senior class studet"
    Part of the social
    zram, the COOrse II -tart
    matter t the
    Program i- v
    c< mmun
    - ed by On

    of ir:
    rf by Mr- Herb)
    Beach Set
    at, in keepir.-
    ; i Potitivi
    for the current ichool
    Child Counselor
    To be Subject
    "What Can I Expect of My
    hild"' is the topic for discussion
    n Thursday evening. Jan. 17.
    hen the Early Childhood Devel-
    pment Program of the North
    Manty YMHA Branch PTA meets.
    Dr. Mabel Gibby. on the staff
    i the Payehology Department of
    eterans Hospital, and formally
    ounseling psychologist with the
    iisAouri public school system,
    ill be guest speaker.
    In addition to Dr. Gibby's pres-
    ntation. Mrs. Sidney Robert.-.
    TA chairman of the North Coun-
    y YMHA. a branch of the Great-
    r Miami Jewish Community Cen-
    r. ha- planned f'>r a film which
    ill describe the behavior of the
    re-school child.
    A question and answer period
    ill follow the ; .'. The
    will be held at the V
    NE 8th Ave In
    barge of lion i- Mrs
    iip Kramer
    Hand Analysis Slated
    Annual paid-up membership din-
    ner of Sisterhood of Temple Adath
    Yeshunm will be held Wednes-
    day evening. 7 p.m at the Tem-
    ple. Guest speaker will ditrtiM
    "Hand Analysis." and will do spot
    readings among guests. Reserva-
    tion- chairman is Mr- Mark Both.
    'Carmen Shapiro1
    At Beth David
    The garment industry, locale for
    many successful Broadway plays,
    will be the background for "Car-
    men Shapiro." a musical comedy
    to be presented Jan. 19. 20. 26 and
    27 by the Beth David Players at
    Spector Hall.
    The laugh hit will be directed
    by Ruben Idels, A cast of over 30
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    will be by Bob Rosen and hi- trio
    Curtain is 8 30 p.m.
    Featured ir. Carmen Shapiro"
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    }Y. January 11. 1963
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    6wn at recent membership brunch of Hebrew Academy
    Imen at the Deauville Hotel are (left to right) Mssdames
    Ixandcr Koccn, Harry Kaplan and Abraham Steinberg,
    kme of the affair was "Crowning Glory.'' New life mem-
    fe were called upon to place a jewel in the specially-con-
    ^ct<*d "crown" created and desianed by Mrs. Koqan and
    l. Kaplan. Mrs. Steinberg is life membeiship chairman.
    re than ICO new members were enrolled.
    >oscvelt Unit Plans Functions
    kvintc elephant sale will high Marvin Schoenberg, program vice
    a meeting of the Eleanor
    melt Chapter. B'nai B'rith
    ^cn. set for Wednesday, Jan.
    .30 p.m., at the Tastee Inn.
    ins lor a musical comeil\
    ^resident, i in charae of "Those
    Wonderful Years." to be held Sat-
    urday. Feb. 23. at Flaglcr-Granada
    Jewish Center.
    Tin- group'! annual donor din-
    er dance will be held Sundav.
    will be discussed. .Mrs. Mar. 10. at the Deauville Hotel.

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    Mrs. Simon Will Chair Jewish Music Festival
    Mrs. Goorge A. Simon has been I
    appointed chairman of the 1963 i
    Jewish Music Festival Committee,:
    it was announced by A. Budd
    Culler, president of the Greater
    Miami Jewish Community Center.
    which sponsors the event annuaHy
    with the cooperation of the Can-
    tors Assn. The Festival will take
    place on Sunday night. Feb. 24, at
    Temple Israel.
    A vice president of GMJCC and
    honorary president of the Miami
    Branch, Mr-. Simon has also serv-
    ed .is vice president of the Fed
    eration of Jewish Women's Or-
    ganizations She has been a mem-
    ber of the'JWB Southern Section
    board of governors, the board of
    directors and budget committee
    of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
    eration, and has been active in
    many other local organizations.
    The past two years, she has been
    chairman of the Center's Sunday
    Celebrity Series, which she insti-
    tuted.
    The following organizations are
    thus far represented: Greater Mi-
    ami Section an.l Island Division
    of, the National Council of Jewish
    Women; Miami Beach Chapter
    Hannah Senesch Group. Mt. Sco-
    pui Group. I. R. Goodman Group,
    and thai Group of lladassah;
    Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary
    and Miami Auxiliary of the Jew-
    ish Home for the Aged; Women's
    American ORT; Miami YMHA
    Women's Division; the Miami.1
    Miami Beach and North Dade
    Councils of B'nai B'rith.
    Chai Chapter, Anne Frank Chap-
    ter, Gilbert Balkin Chapter and
    Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of,
    B'nai B'rith; Bureau of Jewish
    Education; Greater Miami Coun-
    cil of Pioneer Women; and the | pie Beth Shirah. Temple [sra<
    following Sisterhoods: Temple Beth Emeth Congregation, ai
    Beth Am. Temple Emanu-EI, Tern- Temple Beth Sholom.
    Coral Chapter In
    Miami Tag Day
    Coral Chapter. American Medi-
    cal Center at Denver, is planning
    its annual Miami Tag Day next
    Friday, Jan. 18.
    Funds raised v ill go to cancer
    research and hospital visiting in
    Miami and Lantana.
    Proceeds from lunch and a day
    at the races held Wednesday by
    the chapter also went to cancer
    research.

    Beth Am Plans >
    Joint Meeting
    Sisterhood and Brotherhood of
    Temple Beth Am will hold a joint
    meeting on Wednesday evening in
    the Temple auditorium.
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanich will
    will present a 'Night in Israel."
    v ith songs, folk dances and un-
    usual and rare Israel music play-
    id on Israeli instruments.
    Mrs. Murray Dubbin is program
    chairman.
    Mrs. Byron Cherkas, president
    ol the sisterhood, has announced
    that at the next in the series of
    Rabbi.- book reviews, to be held
    Monday evening, Jan. 28. Rabbi
    Herbert M. Baumgard will review
    "Fail-Safe" by Eugene Burdick.
    Ticket8 are available at the
    Temple office or at the door.
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    Friday, IanuqTy
    <^ oc ia lit
    Continued from Page 1-B
    Hibbing, Minn. Center of at-
    traction at the reception, Mr-
    Homa looked lovely in a white
    ana gold broeade outfit as she
    ait the lust piece oi the huge
    anniversary cake in the Sky
    Room of the Hotel
    Here lor the happy ocia-.ic>n.
    lieiman's sisters, Mrs. Joseph
    1'yman and Mrs Harry Heck-
    man, and cousin, Met, Michael
    Levin, all from Chicago Et-
    sister, Mr.-. Frank SeidfeB,
    and her husband. Beverly Hi h,
    Calif., and a COUSiO, Mrs. Ben
    :ian. from Iron Mounts
    Mich. [n addition, many
    I cal long-time friends and oth-
    ers who made the trip from the
    Zone to enjoy the dancing, mi
    and happiness "i'h the Homes
    b \i <~s s a b c / V^/
    rove
    Ambassador's Ball Sub-deb,
    Cynthia 11, a six grader, per-
    formed all duties as host to the
    honorees and their guests.
    "Twas a busy holiday season
    for David Lemelman. local at-
    torney, and attractive wife Ros-
    ette Son Martin 11. home
    from Florida Military Academy,
    comnian,.ed primary attention
    Enjoyed every minute of the
    colcrxul parade New Year's Eve
    on Ettscayne Blvd.. and was
    thrilled with the uanie in the
    Ofange Bowl the next day. par
    larly (he presence of the
    of the President and Ins party
    . The Lemelmans also enter-
    tained long-time friends. Bunny
    and Howard Newman, an attor-
    ney in New York, from Rowaton.
    i onn. \ow David and Ros-
    ette are off lor a week on a com
    bination business and pleasure
    trip to Puerto Rico.

    Myrna and Jerome Jackson
    have returned from Indianapolis.
    In., where they went to honor
    Jackson, pere, on his 80th birth
    day Found a second reason
    to celebrate when daughter
    Marilyn, Joining them from Chi-
    cago, introduced the entire Jack-
    son clan to her fiance. Dr. Ken-
    neth I. Howard, and Hashed
    that significant ring on the prop-
    er finger Recently awarded
    the degree of Doctor of Philo-!
    Sophy in clinical psychology
    lrom Northwestern University.
    Dr. Marilyn Jackson is current-
    ly working as a staff psycholo-
    gist at the Illinois State Psychia-
    tric Institute Dr. Howard
    is a research clinical psycholo-l
    gist and teaches at the Univer-
    sity of Chicago.
    ?
    Now back at the Curtis Insti-
    tute of Music in Philadelphia,
    brilliant pianist and composer.
    Michele Levin, who spent the
    winter holidays with her parents.
    Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Levin, in
    Coral Cable- Timed her visit
    to coincide with the Bar Mitz-
    \ah celebration and parties for
    her brother Richard, in Decem-
    ber .
    A New Year. 1963, and a new
    a dies-. 801 40th St.. for the
    Sheins, Mollie and Maury. and
    daughter Linda, a student at the
    University of Miami A chance
    for their many friends to initiate
    them both given by t
    at an open bouse on jJ
    Among guest. ^
    Levin, longtime frieadi
    cinatti; Linda's pm.n
    Weisman, and his pa.
    Bernard Weiss
    houseguest. Maxiaa
    from Cleveland. fj
    the house. Bam -
    Judy. Andh,, pareKn
    and Sam Palick ^1
    With Rabbi an I \|rs. l^m
    ish. four tall, attracts J
    Mrs. Ann. popular nut) ,
    at Nautilus, and her tanal
    daughters, afar) KIKr. ij\
    cia. both attending the ;j
    sity of Pcansj ivanii
    in her last year N'u
    n<
    end
    ABE GEFTER S NE\? KOSHER
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    ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH
    A quadrilateral celebratii
    New Year's Day for Bert and
    Jack Toppell, who entertamed
    family and friends at a dinner
    m honor of her birthday
    heir 21sl m e iniver-
    sary. which both fall on Jan. l
    . Also honored, son Ken. who
    re; eived the w elcome ne -
    he has been accepted at
    ege A
    will I i BA degi ee l\
    i liversit; I North Care Reenrolled members will be *
    in June Ha.- been on its tor the afternoon, which Following the regular meeting
    Dean bist tor three years *'ill feature an address b) Dr In ol the Israeli Group Mondaj noon
    . Fourth item which inspired "- Lehrman, a musical program the Algiers Hotel, i arol Lecho
    festivities, debul i>f daugb- 'nd a hioi show Mrs. Man witi and her accordion will pre-
    fer Dorothy Lynn, Miami High, rice Cahn, membership vii pn sent a musical program
    who made her bow ;it the '<'-' lil" fair,
    The folio roups will hold
    re jular monthly the
    k of Jan 14
    Beach Hedassah Groups Plan Mid-Winter
    Membership Rally Here Next Month
    All Miami Beach Chapters of Ha- Wednesday evening at Washington
    ast-ah are planning for the mid- Federal Savings and loan 1234
    vnter membership rail) to be Washington Avc \ speaker rep
    ,, High. Ken '' Feb I2 ""' resenting the CivU Defense Organ
    '' uvUe Hotel. ization will give an a ldr
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    Bay Hirbor Group luncheon
    meeting followed by a card parts
    r Monday, n a.m at the
    iingapore Hotel.
    \ -poeial pro-ram in honor ol S
    Jewish Music Month will follow the ,
    luncheon meeting of the Emma
    Lazarus Group .,ri Mondav noon at
    tin Barcelona Hotel.
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    Deborah Group will have a re.
    alar business mi eting on Monda).
    Morion Towers Group will hear
    Mrs, Lillian Perlman speak on
    "Youth Aliyah" Monday, l p.m.. in
    the Chestokay Restaurant of the
    Morton Towers a social afternoon
    planned by Mrs Rose Kaplan will
    Esther Group will hear a review f""uu-
    f "The Rothschilds" bj Louis *
    tchwartzman, executive director. Hanna Senesch Group will hear
    Jewish Education, on ;| review ,,( "Cast a Gianl
    lay, 12:30 i m., in the Wash- dow." bj Abe Gittelson, and see
    federal Savings and Loan the film, ".still They Come." on
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    Dr. Victor Lindlahr, author oi
    several books on foi d habits, will
    discuss diel problems for members
    of the Shaloma Group on Monda)
    noon at Hibiscus Temple. A q
    Lion and answer period will follow
    his talk.

    Guest speaker at a meeting ol
    the Southgate Group on Thursday
    evening, Jan. 22, will be Mrs. Mil-
    ton Sirkin. To be held in the Ter-
    race Room oi Southgate, at 7 30
    p m the affair will also Include
    a musical program by the choral
    group ol South)
    Henrietta Siold Group will hear
    a report from Mrs. Jack Davis,
    i r b o o k coordinator, Miami
    Beach Chapter, on Moi
    the Algiers Hoti l. Mrs. n,. r< sa
    Grosl erg vi cal st, will offer a
    group ol selections accompanied
    by Mrs Olga Bibor stem. >
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    A regular business meeting on <
    membership and the calendar year- ,
    hook, followed by cards, is on the i
    agenda for the Stephen S. Wise \
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    noon. Monday, at the Barcelona
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    Group to Study New Biography
    Next Oneg Shabbnt study groupjvice president of the group, will
    their views on current
    events
    of Emma Lazarus Group of Had offer
    assail will be held at the home of

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    rs.ng the new musicomedy, "My Son, the Duke," are
    Ulia Weinstein, book; Mrs. Pauld Herris, lyrics; and
    fcr Nidez, director. This trio was responsible for last
    successful "Fanny's Miracle." Three consecutive week-
    fesentations of "My Son, the Duke" are scheduled by
    ral Way Jewish Center Theatre Workshop beginning
    ly, Feb. 9.
    Irement Club Executive Here
    [arrangements for the first
    Americans to take up
    in Israel's pace-setting
    lent Club" are now being
    according to Abraham
    public relations director of
    Rural and Suburban Set-
    Company, who has just
    in Miami from Tel Aviv
    m the prospective new set-
    irith their preparations for
    move.
    ^opening date for the new
    another first'' in Rass-
    moeiing ventures, has been
    Feb. 1. At that time, the
    le mat will be out at the
    mv Club in Kfar Shmarya
    le mile- north of Tel Aviv.
    first residents from Cab-
    New York. Connecticut,
    and many more states of
    linn.
    enting an entirely new
    H in retirement facilities,
    ve Aviv Club is a cuinlu-
    nation of residence hotel, club
    and home, offering as much pri-
    vacy or as many group activities
    as the individual resident or
    couple cares to have, pius medi-
    cal care as and when needed. Set
    in the countryside of the Sharon
    Plain in the vicinity of the Medi-
    terranean seaside resort of Herz
    lia. among orange groves and
    eucalyptus woods, the club offers
    accommodations to a total of 105
    lesider.ts in spacious single and
    ..ouble rooms, each with its pri-
    vate balcony, bath and telephone.
    During Frank's stay in Miami.
    from .Ian. 15 to 18. he will meet
    with many individuals and groups
    interested in information about re-
    tiring in Israel He has already
    been s heduled to address the Mi
    iami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club
    and r.'nai B'rith.
    In charge of information here
    is Sender Kaplan at 532-7043.
    Mrs. Samuel Gordon, 4112 Royal
    Palm Aviv, on Saturday at 1 p.m.
    \ biography of Golda Meir will
    be presented by Mrs. Pearl Ber
    ger. Mrs. Norman Meyer, presi
    ent, and Mrs, William Pipsitz
    Pioneer Women
    Have Meetings
    Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer
    Vomen will hold an Oneg Shabbat
    in Saturday at the home of the
    president. Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden.
    ; Mr. Irving Liftman will review
    he book, "Women Build a Land."
    >y Ada Mainion. Dr. Celia Davis,
    jultural chairman, is in charge of
    arrangements.
    i
    Regular meeting of the Coral
    Sables Chapter was to be held
    Thursday in Cookie's Restaurant,
    139 Miracle Mile, at 1 p.m. Mrs.
    Sam Davis is chapter president.
    Torah Club Will
    Meet Wednesday
    The second bi-weekly session of
    the Temple Emanu-El Torah |
    Luncheon Club is scheduled for
    fhe Shelborne Hotel on Wednes-
    day, Jan. 16, starting at 12:15.
    First inaugurated as an experi-
    ment, the club is now in its third
    year. A small group of Temple
    members gather at the luncheon
    Si -sion to study the sacred lit-
    erature.
    This is an intensive course uti-
    lizing texts and commentaries.
    Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
    leader of the Temple, leads the
    class.
    Group singing will be c
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    Women of the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women and
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    chapter; Mr. Sam Pascow, Jewish Welfare Board; Mrs. Jacob
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    :ge 8-B
    PJeHidh titrtdhan
    V.OMAN OF THE WEEK
    Little did Honnie (Mrs. Leonard) Jacobson dream that she would
    a most ardent animal lover. But her daughters changed her whole
    r jde of living and thinking with regard to the animal kingdom. Ron-
    was born in Dakor. III. Interested in dramatics and speech in high
    s 100I, she continued in that field at the University of Illinois, and
    n later at the University of Miami, from which she was graduated. (
    I resident of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. in college, she has re- Epsilon Phi Son I
    ,L___^ "'allied active in the AKl'hi Greater Alumnae m({ Ml.; 1|;|n.v Gerson .
    Association, through the years.
    The year that she was chairman of the
    Holiday Luncheon is still being talked about.
    Itonnk' found out early, during her practice
    teaching, that she wasn't going to like teach-
    ing as a profession. She went to work in a
    doctor's office after college, met her doctor
    husband, got married following a three-month
    courtship, and has lived in Miami Beach ever
    since.
    Gerson, Wolfson
    In Evening Vows
    An early evening ceremony on
    Sunday. .Ian. 6. united the former
    Marilyn II, Woltson and Donald M.
    Gerson, \\i:h Rabbi Leon Kronish
    officiating. Evenl look place al
    thi' Seville Hotel, where a recep-
    tion followed the nuptials.
    Daughter ot Mr. and Mr-. Hen-
    ry Woltson. 1665 So. Miami Ave.,
    the bride was attended by her
    sister. Mr-. Leonard Rabin, and
    Anita Nancy Wolfson.
    Now an x-ray stu lenl at Mercj
    Hospital, the new Mrs. Gerson i-
    a graduate ol Miami Senior High
    and attended the University ol
    Florida.
    Her husband is a graduate ot
    Miami Beach High and the Uni-
    versity of Florida His lra!crmt>
    Mr.
    9001
    Byron Ave.. his groomsmen were
    Gary Gerson and Sheldon Gerson.
    After a honeymoon in Nassau
    the newlyvveda will live at 3021 s\v
    27th Ave., Coconut Grove
    Goldberg, Liew
    To Wed in May
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg.
    The Jacobson daughters. Jodie and Patti. 12655 \E Miami PI., No. Miami
    turned their bedroom into a pet shop. There announce the engagement of their
    were hamsters, tanks of tropical fish, alii- daughter. Konme. to Sam Liew
    gators, rabbits, ant houses, and turtles. Most son of Mrs HeU,n Lu, 8T> Coi.
    of these are gone, now that Jodie is away )ins Avo ;lr)(| tht, ,.,. L(Hlis Liew
    at college and Patti thinking about it, but the Tho future bride 1- a graduate
    --------I two dogs Taffy and Taffs Shadow, remain. ()) Xorth Mi;imi Hign attended the
    For one birthday. Len asked Ronnie if she University of Florida, and was
    -------------' would l,ke a race horse. An enthusiastic valedictorian of her class when
    -yes" started a whole new way of life, going sh(, graduated irom Florida Col-
    to the track to watch Hard Facts race. One iege of Medical Technolog3
    day unknown to them, the trainer entered the Her nance is a graduate ol
    se in a claiming event. He was claimed, and the Jacobsons haven't
    en to race track since.
    With two such active daughters. Ronnie has keen kept busy with
    TA, riding lessons. Brownies and Girl Scouts, among other activities.
    ie is also a "silk stocking" member of every organization you can .
    mention. She decided to try her hand at dramatics and was in "The Commerce and secretary ol tin
    omen," produced by Temple Beth Sholom some years ago. This 100 Club, his fraternity 1- Tau Ep-
    as also the time that both children got sick, a houseful of company silon Phi.
    RONKH
    Thomas Jefferson High, N.Y., ami
    received a BA degree in chem-
    istry from University oi California
    at Los Angeles. President ol Ihe
    Miami Beach Junior Chamber ol
    A May wedding is planne l
    rived, and 13 maids came and went in three months The show
    I ust go on and it did, as have other shows, but without Ronnie. Since
    .-n loves music so much, they both became involved in seeing that
    iami should get the best of opera, and have been taking an active
    rt in opera affairs here ever since.
    For another form of recreation, they go out in their boat, the
    a Sprite. Entertaining during the winter months plays an important
    . nt in the Jacobson family life, as well as traveling to far-away places I
    t! iring the summer. They have been almost everywhere in the United '
    Spates and overseas, except to Russia. Their charming home on No.
    ay Rd., is filled with conversation pieces they have brought back
    On their travels. Despite their exciting way of life, there is an un-
    rcurrent of peace and harmony in the Jacobson home to which
    1 mnic contributes a lion's share.
    * *
    i YEAR HAS PASSED
    It doesn't seem that a whole year has drifted away since the
    ion Kanners had their annual Orange Bowl buffet. But here it was
    me again. Everything was according to tradition, even to Aaron's
    v clcoming guests with a glass of that heart-warming made-in-front-of-
    'ii egg nog. Elinore and Sidney Aronovitz were the center of a
    handshaking group. They had been with the other city commissioners
    ider the Orange Bowl stands at an informal reception for President
    ennedy, who attended the game. Everyone wanted to shake the hands
    .it shook the hand. Straight from the game came Bea and Sam Blank,
    'aye Ablin, Miriam and Dave Bass and the William Weintraubs. Watch'
    g the Rose Bowl game is also traditional at the Kanners Seated
    1 choice seats in front of the TV was Alfred Daniel, in a bright red
    icket, and his attractive wife. Among other guests were Mary Norma
    and Julian Weinkle, Libby and Sam Rost. Lil and Charles Roscngarten
    and Fritzie Stone. Arriving at the same time were Lucille and Arnold
    Seeder. Felice and Samuel Lipton. and Winnie and Leo Chaikin A J
    Harris and his May and Sam Heiman and his Shirley were there early.
    * 0 0
    TNG ALONG WITH DAVE
    What a nice birthday party Byrtha Phillips had for her husband.
    1 ave, at Westview Country Club. Carrying out the theme of the in. Pauline June Lefkowitz will be
    nation which said. "Sing Along With Dave," the lloral centerpieces a Junc brido Her parents, \|,
    each table for eight were musical instruments. The table numbers and Mrs- phil'P Lefkowitz. are
    ere in the shape of notes Dave's son. H. H. Phillips, and his grand- announcing her engagement to
    -ms. the Berz boys, came in from Chicago. Other friends flew in from Tnna",nn n-"-
    t leveland. Cincinnati and New York
    MISS PAULINt LtfKOWm
    Miss Lefkowitz'
    Engagement Told
    MRS. DONALD CIRSON
    Schwarz. Gelman
    Are Betrothed
    Mr. and Mr- Herbert Newton
    Schwarz, SO w DiLido Island, an-
    nounce the engagement ol their
    daughter, Susan Emily, to Warren
    ,' Gelman, son ol Mr- Gertrude
    Gelman aid tin1 late Dr Nathan
    Gelman, ol New York City.
    The bride eleel i> a graduate ol
    Lear School and attended Adelphi
    College and the Art Studei t
    League ol New York Citj
    Her fiance 1- a graduate of
    Trinity College. Hartford, Conn,
    .mil wa- president of Delta Kap-
    pa Epsilon. He is now vice pres-
    ident of Arrow Furniture Com-
    panj of Cincinnati, 0 where the
    couple will make their home al-
    ter a March wedding in Miami
    Beach
    The lights were dimmed and
    B huge birthday cake was wheeled in. AH the guests lighted sparklers
    ang Happy Birthday" lustily, and gave Dave a standing ovation'
    .-! double quartet consisting of Sam Blank. Col. Brodv. Stanley C Mv-
    ers Sidney Lefcourt. Al Harris and the birthday bo'v and two of the
    ntertainers started singing. Everybody joined in. Among guests
    ,!.<: t V ,? Jlvob Alvcv' Pollv and Baron d(' Hlrich Meyer
    JLkT glands the Dan RMWns. the Al Jacobs. Esther and Carl
    Veinkle, Bertha and Leonard Abess. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot
    ie Leonard and Mortimer Weins, Dr. and Mrs Leon H. Manheimer'
    and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner -ua.ineimer. |
    * *
    !H6 START OF A NEW YEAR'S TRADITION
    For the second year, invitations went out in the form of a subpoena
    > the friends of Jackie and Bart Cohen and Carolvn and Donald Bar-
    rack, inviting them to breakfast "from one until," at the Clubhouse
    1 was fun comparing notes on what each had been doing until then'
    ZZ fnd? Tr' Phyl,S fd JSt'Ph GaSSn- lris and Jaik KnK
    fuZi fnl m {,a'ne1s'1J;1cklc and Robert Traurig, Joan and Al Bakst
    55? nP 1 "- Rrtl0,'Ph' RM a"d Irwin Schwrtz. Barbara and Nei
    ;HpJl'r"T'' Ha'm Dd his Wtfe- Dr- Nina Ellenbogen. and
    udy and Berme Selderman.
    Jonathan Berger, son of Mi. and
    Mrs. Sidney Wiesel.
    The future bride attended the
    University 01 Florida, and will re-
    ceive a degree in education from
    the University of Miami in June
    Her fiance will have a Doctor's
    degree from the University of
    Florida Medical School in June
    Both are graduates of Miami
    Beach High.
    Polans, Hilf Will
    Live in Miami
    Marlene Su-an Hill, daughter of
    Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hilf, 3351 sw
    10th St., was married on Sunday,
    Jan. (I, to Jerrj Martin Polans al
    Westbrooke Country Club.
    Rabbi Minion Malavsky, of the
    Israelite Center, performed the
    ceremony, which was followed bj
    a reception and dinner at the cluli
    ot Mr, and Mrs. Herman
    1250 NW 2nd Si the bride-
    udyi accounting al
    Ihe University ol Miami.
    Afti r a hone} moon on Miami
    h, the newly weds u ill live in
    Baumans Reveal
    Dorothy's Troth
    Mr and Mrs Sam Bauman, 2429
    Pine Tree Dr., announce Ihe en
    -' 11 < nt ol their dan,liter. Our
    Jewel, to Richard Stephen
    iker.
    lb' is the son of Mr. and Mrs
    David Sernaker, 1166] sw 62nd
    So Miami a summer wed-
    din 1- planned
    250 Attend Installation
    en's i.adie.- Auxil-
    iary hi Id a cocktail parly and in-
    ,|,,M dinner Wednesday in the
    iville'a Napoleon Room. Some
    250 guest- attended
    Psychologists Ft
    To Exchange Vo\
    Mr and Mrs. Jerome B j
    son announce the en
    their daughter. Dr. \,';<[)
    Jackson, to Dr. Kc.....e h |
    aid, son of Mr and Air-.
    Howard, of Chicago, 111
    The future bride is
    graduate of the Univi rsity oj
    ami. where she was
    ol I'-i Chi. nation.il pgy, Jy
    honorary society: Delta in. ,
    scholastic honorarj icieb
    Phi Kappa Phi, natii
    honorary society.
    ('-.I 1- also I me" gJ
    Xi. national reaean h -
    ran societv, she atten led Roil
    western University .
    III., and received hei )
    gree there in ii;6o.
    In 1962, she was
    d gree of Doctor of P
    1 linical 1 tychologs In \]n
    west) :"i I'niver-i j cil
    rnt.y workingJ'J Cht
    a staff peycnologisi al 1
    State Psychiatric institute
    Her (lance received !
    gree trom the Universit) I i'j||
    fornia al Berkeley, whei
    ed Alpha Epsilon Pi, 11 M
    1 rrit) He earned ^i- P 1 H
    gree al the Universh] /
    and 1- a research clinical p-
    ogist at llines VA II
    Loyola University, and al-o 1
    at the University ol Chli..
    The betrothed coup'e pla
    ni.ii r ed hi Miami this winter an
    will honeymoon in Europ.
    the summer.
    DR. MARILYN JACKSON
    Salon Names
    Beauty Expert
    Elaine Kritzer has been
    icense 1 cosmetician and h it)
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    Mrs Kriter.
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    products, was
    who has set i;i> 1
    of Nina cosm tit
    formerly with Al
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    Shi 1- known as a specialist it
    personal makeup, including lw
    i.l eyebrows, eyelashes and cor
    rective makeup.
    Italian-bmii Louis Thoma- a
    partner In Louis and August'.-, hsi
    won many awards for halt-Styling
    His "Zero-G-Coif," a hair style with
    space flight as its inspiration,
    was selected as the outstanding
    Style for 1962 by the Hair Fashior]
    Council at an international coi
    vention of hairdressers in Ne
    York
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    ! as
    iami Chapter of the Nation- taininy evening, she chose a
    Children's Cardiac HOS- black dress of an imported fab
    msored a dinner dance ric thai looked like a modified
    evening at the Carillon faille, and it followed the prin-
    Chairman ol the affair cess line silhouette, a navy blue
    .. Sam Shreero, who
    ureett guests wearing a black
    heath with a semi-drap
    , it caught over one hip with
    md pin. Her co-chair-
    lrs Louis Wolfe, also
    , hos< black chiffon sheath. A
    . pannier from the waisl
    I em on tine side, and her
    at ol point d'esprit.
    \|- David Rifas wore a sea
    Mm encon lace dress and
    mate) ng jacket. She had the
    ensen ble made while she was in
    Madrid Candlelight silver bro-
    as Mrs. Jesse Spirer's
    choici for the evening. Her
    sheall had a fitted waist-length
    ilh wide lapels that con-
    linucd into an almost-cape ef-
    A'hite chiffon with a lace
    lop worn y Mrs. Harry L
    Maj. "iilt her daughter, Mrs
    Mai-; May Linton, selected a
    shocking pink sheath with a high
    it.
    I'm dent ol uie chapter. Mrs
    Michael Blai k. wore iced blue
    silk chiffon tucked Into narrow
    horizontal pleats which encircled
    hi r from neckline to hemline
    In alternating rows were apph-
    qued Iridescent matching color-
    ed sequins and satin lined bugle
    beads Mrs. Richard Blank chose
    .. white silk crepe sheath with
    a blouon bodice effect achieved
    by narrow rolled streamers,
    which cascaded trom the neck
    line and were tucked under at
    the w,.:st.
    luf -!S Mildred Schampan's roy
    " a] bin satin had a lace in-
    scrt in the iront of the bodice
    Her -heath skirt featured a
    torso-length tunic, and her at-
    ceMerfek were in matching blue
    -ji'i A silver lame sheath was
    the i jice of Mrs. Jess Glance.
    Small cap sleeves, a round neck-
    line, and a contour-rhaped belt
    were her details, lira. Julius
    Prop; dress had a black crepe
    sheat >kirt with a red rose print
    -ilk i in rah bodice. Beige than-
    tilly lace was worn by Mrs. Sam
    Schulwolf, with her skirl slight
    I) ii. ed.
    Hosting a large, table was Mrs
    Jose] Socolof For the enter
    ue
    chiffon was worn by Mrs. Sara
    Holland. Her neckline was toft.
    ly cowled with the chiffon and
    Inserted with chantilly lace.
    Black silk organza, with a bouf-
    fant skirt and scooped neckline
    was the selection of Mrs. George
    Wolpert. Mrs. Rose Schwartz
    combined a sheath skirt of black
    silk with a bodice of black chan-
    tilly lace that had a bateau
    neckline in the front and dipped
    low in the back.
    A stunning black sequined
    dress and jacket worn by Mrs.
    Harold Cohen was her own crea-
    tion. Each of the thousands of
    black sequins was hand-sewn,
    and her husband, who claimed
    he was a "sequin widower" for
    six months, seemed quite proud
    of her accomplishment. Mrs,
    Herman Rubin chose a black
    Swiss linen sheath detailed in
    hard-sewn black cavier beads
    and droplettes Of jets. Her dress
    was made in Hong Kong.
    > *
    A floor length grown of DOW-
    ^* der blue was worn by Mrs.
    Sidney Fertig. A bodice of chan-
    tilly lace topped a full skirt of
    chiffon. Gold crepe with gold
    bugle beads appliqued in hori-
    zontal lines at the waist was
    Mrs Phillip Bendell's choice for
    the evening Mrs. David Ben-
    dell's gown was a black silk
    crepe with a slight cowl at the
    low neckline, and was repeated
    on the decollete back line. Mrs.
    Leonard Bcndell trimmed her
    black crepe tunic with graceful
    black ostrich feathers
    .Mrs. Henry Shier chose a gown
    she' recently bought while in
    England. Of aquamarine blue,
    it featured all over hand em-
    broidery of satin-lined beads.
    Her evening coat was couturier-
    designed in Miami of is kt. gold
    cloth that she had bought in
    Paris The wide shawl collar
    was trimmed with appliqued
    (lowers of the same fabric.
    Whue souffle silk was worn by
    Mrs. Irving Newman Her
    sheath combined a decollete
    back with a high and unusual
    neckline of the half-queen el-
    fect
    MISS tLAINt STtRN
    Sterns Reveal
    Elaine's Betrothal
    Engagement of Miss Elaine
    Stern and Jerry Geist is an-
    nounced this week by the bride-
    elect's parents. Mr. an.I Mrs.
    Jerome Stern. 350 SW 26th Rd.
    The prospective bridegroom is
    the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Geist, of the Bronx, n.Y.
    The future bride attended the
    University of Alabama Her
    fiance is a graduate of the Uni-
    versity oi Alabama, and served
    as vice president of Alpha Ep-
    silon Pi fraternity.
    A summer wedding is being
    planned by the young couple
    Anniversaries
    Will be Marked
    Rabbi Hyman Gross, spiritual
    It ader ol Temple Tifereth Jacob,
    will officiate at the celebration ol
    two golden wedding anniversaries
    on Friday. Jan. 18. following ser-
    vices at the Temple.
    To be honored on the 50th anni-
    versary occasion are Mr. and Mrs.
    Abraham Fraidlin and Mr. and
    Mrs. Samuel Rossnick
    Traditional dinner will follow.
    In charge of reservations is Mrs
    Sadye Lebowits.
    Post-Confirmands
    Attend Dinner
    Temple Beth Am Post-Confir-
    mation Club, which consists of
    boys and girls who have been con-
    firmed and are now in the 11th
    and 12 grades, held their month-'
    1\ dinner at the Temple with Rab-
    bi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard.
    Those present were Leslie Reik-
    en. Jack Weitznian. Robin Bosco.
    Larry Glickman, Linda Green,
    Elaine Brenner, Philip Isis, Mark
    Freeman. Linda Gross. Richard
    Abel. Eunice Tall. Barry Diamond,
    Diane Flashman, Judith Clein.
    Richard Roth. Dianne Seldith. and
    Bruce Rappaport
    Following the dinner, the club
    attended regular Friday evening
    services, which honored collegians
    Of the lemple. Participants were
    Peggy Levison. of Syracuse L'ni-
    versity; Mitchell Fruitstone, of
    the University of Miami; Bruce
    Rappaport, ol the University of
    Chicago; and Michael Clem, of
    Georgia Tech. Rabbi Baumgard
    acted BS moderator.
    Counseling Film
    Set at Judea
    Temple Judea Sisterhood will
    meet next Wednesday evening at
    the Temple.
    Program will be a film and dis-
    cussion on "Marriage and Mar-
    riage Counseling." Commentary
    will be by Ivan Cohen, Jewish
    Family and Children's Service.
    :BIRTHDAZE:
    A second son, Steven Jay, born
    Dec. 23. joins Herbert E, 17
    months, in the home of the for-
    mer Sylvia Perlman and Fred
    Setter, 8D50 SW 84th Ct, Grand-
    parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe
    I'erlman and Mrs. Herbert Scher.
    Zamora Women
    Plan Luncheon
    Mrs Samuel Rozeen, fund-rais-
    ing vice president of Temple Za-
    mora Sisterhood, is making plans
    lor a monthly luncheon to be held
    in the Temple Social Hall on Wed-
    ncsday noon.
    On Saturday evening, Jan. 26,
    the Sisterhood will sponsor a
    square (a nee with a profession;:!
    taller Mrs. Simon Spector and
    Mrs. Joel Cohen arc chairmen of
    the affair. i
    Kosher Home
    Plans Expansion I
    Plans for the expansion of the
    Bikur (holim Ko-her Convalescent
    Home will be discussed at a meet-
    ing of the Women's Auxiliary of
    the Home to be held Wednesday
    noon at the Algiers Hotel.
    A fund-raisinq luncheon celebrat-
    ing the Home's fifth anniversary
    will be held on Wednesday. Feb.
    20. at the Algiers Hotel. Chair-
    men are Mrs. Murray Kostof and
    Mrs. Nathan Roth ,
    President of the group is Mrs.
    Joseph v.. Reiser.
    No. Beach Faculty To be Honored
    Faculty of North Beach Elemen-
    tary School and the committee
    mother- who work in the school
    will t>- honored al a luncheon
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    sponsored by the PTA at the Se-
    ville Hotel on Saturday noon.
    Special recognition will be giv-
    en to Mrs Mabel Misner, prin-
    cipal of North Beach Elementary,
    who has held the position since
    the school opened its doors 27
    \ears ago.
    Participating in the program
    will be Mrs. Charles Green, chair-
    man of the day, and Mrs. Theo-
    dore Kipnis, PTA president.
    Program theme will be "Reach-
    ing for the Stars." which will
    serve as the motif throughout the
    luncheon.
    Sunrise Chapter
    Dinner Dance
    Sunrise Chapter, American Med-
    ical Center at Denver, is having
    its annual dinner dance on Sun-
    day. Jan. 13. at the Dcauville
    Hotel.
    Starting with a cocktail party at
    6:30 p.m.. the 7:30 dinner in the
    Casanova Night Club of the hotel
    will be followed by a show featur-
    ing ESlia Fitzgerald and Dick
    Shaw n
    Garshags Will
    Be Fetedl Here
    Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, president
    of Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
    Center, this week announced a
    luncheon set for the Social Hall of
    the Center c:i Wednesday noon.
    The function will honor Mr. and
    Mrs. Max Garshag, Proceeds from
    ithe luncheon are tor the needy.
    I Co-chairmen are Mrs. Elsie Eisner
    and Mrs. Pauhn. Sack.
    In charge ol reservations are
    i Mrs. Beth Steinberg and Mrs.
    Elsie Karish.
    Rabbi Brooks in Lecture
    "The Building of the Tabernacle
    and the Meaning oi Sacrifice in
    the Desert" will be the topic of
    a lecture by Rabbi Herschel
    Brooks before the Temple Zamora
    adult education class on Monday
    from 9 to 10 p.m.
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    ARLENE FRANCIS
    in (lie umiitine ami etl/0
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    - FOURTH WEEK --
    February 11 thru 16
    BagJifll Chiller
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    wmmmmmmm
    College of Jewish Studies Launches
    Second Semester Here This Week
    Second si ester o) n Ollege
    Jewfc -. h Id h
    n with i'-" :'..'
    b '! sday, 8 p.m.,
    Da
    loursi u ill i in ]
    ntary ||, Rosen-
    ..nz. instruct i Ii termediate
    ebrev instruc-
    --. "Conversational II e b i e w,"
    ids Gadon instructor; and "Post
    blical History i. Sih
    in, executive director of the Bu-
    ,il of Jewish Education, instruc-

    \ now forum course being offer-
    is "Messa o, the Prophets,"
    study of the underlying thought
    d ethical pattern oi the Bibu>< I
    phots Revolving faculty in-
    ( ides Rabbi Samuel April, Coral
    ay Jewish Center, whose subject
    Dr. Deutsch Will
    Head CJA Unit
    Judge Irving Cypen, chairman of
    ' Professional Divisions of the
    mbined Jewish Appeal cam-
    ign. Wednesday announced that
    1 v Richard E. Deutch will servo
    head of the Dentists unit in the
    - 'S3 campaign.
    He also announced that Dr. Carl
    7f Baun.ann and Dr. Daniel R.
    J.anco will serve as associate
    i. airmen of the division.
    As loaders of one of the im
    r rtant professioi and as mem
    r rs ol the community, we value
    health and welfare of our fain
    s, our friends and neighbors and
    general welfare ol all in Great-
    I Miami.'' Dr. Deutch said.
    In ti. S Anniversary year,
    I ol division to join
    i :< Irving Cypen and our CJA
    campaign co-chairmen Samuel
    (Hand and Ernest Janis. in
    king the occasion a memorable
    "
    ' a Persist

    i tret Hcrbei I
    I
    . Ju and 1
    I \. i n
    ! Is and P -. Dr.
    [erberl I I, T mple
    le ol a P
    m Schiff. Both i'l
    Congn 'The World is a
    Saul Rabin, Bi th l> ivid C
    "> n Human Nature
    bbi Herschel Brooks,
    Temple Zamora "Might, Power
    >r Sp'rit?"; Rabbi Maurice Klein,
    Southwest Jewish Center. "The
    Message ol the Prophet!its Im-
    pact on Civilization "
    Classes at the North Dado Branch
    of the College of Jewish Studios
    reconvened last Thursday with
    the first semester concluding on
    Jan 17.
    Courses in the Hebrew Depart
    nont of the College of J e w i s h
    Studios, under the direction of Dr.
    Nathaniel Soroff. and courses in
    Hebrew Liturgy" and 'Teaching
    Methods'' will continue on Friday
    at the Bureau building.
    Faculty cf the College n the
    North Dado Branch includes Abra-
    ham J. Gittelson, Meyer Sand erg.
    and Herbert Berger.
    Revolving faculty for th? re-
    maining sessions of the first so
    moster are Rabbi Nathan Zwit-
    .nan, Louis Schwartzman and Rab-
    bi Jonah E. Caplan.
    'ltv of T>-v.-;- B.h Shircrh hon-r- I Skop, Mrs. Merrill Taub, Mrs. Mor-
    ed at groundbreckina ceremonies held by the ris Skop. Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman. M:s. Louis
    Temple on Feb. 17. To be honored are top Heilberg. and Mrs. Robert Krohnnold. Ground-
    row (left to right' Sanford Dernis, Raphael breaking will be at the Temple's recently-
    Skop, Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Jack Millman, acquired four acres of land at SW 120th St.
    Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Bernhardt Chesman. and 77th Ave.
    and Eli Skop. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
    Pre-School Confab to Open
    The annual pro-school confer-
    ence for congregational school-
    will open on Jan. 1G, according to
    an announcement by Joseph Coh-
    en, president ot the Bureau ol
    Jewish Education.
    The annual workshop sessions
    will run for five consecutive Wed-
    nesdays, alternating from Temple
    Monorah. 620 7jth St., Miami
    Beach, to the Bureau of Jewish
    Education Building. 133 NW 3rd
    Ave.
    On Jan. 16, at Temple Monorah.
    the subject will be "Religion in
    the Pre-School Program." A
    panel consisting of Ral bi Daniel
    New Program
    At Miami T
    )r. Emanuol Pushkin, chairman
    the program committee of the
    Miami Y.MHA. announces a new
    y the branch. 450 SW 16th Ave.
    eluded in the activities offered
    beginner's ceramics, mosaic
    Its, sketching, oil painting.
    ' itography, square dancing, Lat-
    American and ballroom dancii -
    Instruction, investments, knitting
    crocheting, conversational
    ' isl i II instruction, bridge
    I ill ah jong
    kctiviti i :,\ ailable both to
    ml era of the
    <.- ntor. ah k tere led adults may
    ain further information by
    ling Char i Plotkln, branch
    ctor.
    Miamians Make
    Yeshiva Honors
    Throe Miami residents have boon
    named to the Dean's List at Ye
    shiva College in New York City.
    They are Jay Miller. 19, son ol
    Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, of 2952
    S. Miami Ave.: Jerome Bass, 20,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. George II
    Bass, of 1627 SW 10th St.; and
    Sanford Heinhard. 19. son cf Mr.
    and Mrs. Harold Reinhard. of 1631
    Coral Gate Dr.
    Yeshiva College is the men's un
    dergradnate school of liberal arts
    and sciences of Yeshiva University
    To qualify for the Dean's List a
    student must maintain at least a
    i.4 academic average.
    Miller, a junior, is majoring in
    philosophy. Bass, also a junior,
    s majoring in mathematics. Rein-
    hard, a sophomore, is majoring in
    political science.
    Lowy, of Temple Sinai. Herbert
    Berger, associate director of the
    Bureau, and Herzl Honor, educa-
    tion director of Temple Monorah.
    will discuss the subject. A prob-
    lem clinic will follow.
    On Jan. 23, t the Bureau
    building, the preschool depart-
    ment of Temple Emanu-EI, un-
    der th direction of Mrs. Naomi
    Brardeis, will present "Rojnd-
    the-Year," with he pre school
    prcgram outlining a program
    for nursery school and kinder-
    garten, for the months of Sep-
    tember through November.
    On Jan. 30. the pre-schno( n>.
    wartment ut Beth Torah Congre-
    gation, under the direction ot Mr-
    Rebecca Kay. will continue the
    theme of preschool programming
    for the months of December
    through February.
    On Feb. 6, the preschool de-
    partment of Temple Beth Am, un
    der the direction of Mrs. Mina
    Goldblatt, will conclude the theme
    of pro-school programming, for
    the months of March through Ma)
    The final session of the seminar
    will schedule music for the pre-
    school, under the direction of Mrs
    I lorence Goldrmg, music din
    I Temple Emanu-EI
    NEW
    DAIRY MEAL
    TREAT!
    bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-stylel
    Ravioli
    N SAUCE
    / \
    Temple Sinai
    Adult Series
    -i now series ol adult education
    Mm- at Temple Sinai of North
    > ami wnl be launched Monday
    j mng by Rabbi Daniel M Lowy,
    dual loader ol Temple Sinai
    Rabbi Lowy will discuss the
    1 ad So;: Scroll- Subsequent lee-
    >ugbo il the n si ol January
    February
    iiroad; listed as lecturei
    >bi I Po oi. Ti :
    lea R Samui I .i. ffe, Tern-
    j- Boil, El of Hollywood; and
    1 bin ii -rbert Baumgard, Tern-
    I Beth Am, South Miami.
    Brown
    Buckwheat
    Groati
    AlsofMo. A
    Creamy"
    NotrKMM N'Giavy
    WoNTiKf ska Soup
    Chase Federal
    Reports Growth
    In reporting on the progress
    made during the past year. C. L.
    Clements, president ol chase Fed-
    eral Savings and Loan Assn., this
    week note i thai 1962 "showed the
    itesl increase in the 28-year
    history of Chase Federal." Assets
    increased $21 million bringing
    them to a now high of $143 million.
    "The growth chart of Chase
    Federal shows a steady gain each
    year since ii was chartered in
    1834," Clements said. "In keep
    ing with industry trends. Chase
    Federal has shown a tremendous
    rVth in the past decade. In
    1962, assets increased as much as
    the two previous years combined.
    "Chase Federal passed the cen-
    tury mark ol $100 million at the
    end oi 1859, and in jus) three years
    tered an increase in assets
    oi more Iban 49 per coin This
    has enabh i chase to Berve the
    ol n. -..nis of additional
    ler ."
    Cler i nil lhal "in order to
    serve these customers more ef-
    ficiently, a new brant h office was
    establish -d during the pasl yeai
    on No. Kendall Dr., a) U.S. 1 op
    posite Dadeland."
    CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
    CHEESE
    Beach Student to Sing
    Ira Harris, a junior at Miami
    Beach High School, will represent
    his school at an all-tate music
    choir performance in Daytona
    Beach this weekend. A tenor, ho
    is the son Of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Hams, of the Flamingo Plaia
    : Hotel.
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    THE MARVELOUS
    MEATLESS
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    very next dairy lunch or supper... famed
    Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real
    Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli
    least! Just heat...and here's what you
    serve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni
    pies fdled with tangy cheese lavished
    With savory tomato sauce, simmered with
    mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned to
    perfection in the real Italian way.
    What a treat to serve., .tastier and
    easier than the frozen kind. And so much
    thriftier, too. Costs only about 15c a serv-
    ing. Each can serves tw. Buy several cane
    today.


    Friday. January 11. 1963
    ^Jewisti FleridNann
    Page 11-3
    [Mt. Sinai Announces New Local High
    In Minimum Base Pay for Nurses
    A new local high in base pay
    L.laries at Mt. Sinai Hospital for!
    [neutered professional nurses was;
    h-cached Monday, according to an!
    Lnn.Hincement made by J. Gerald I
    I Leu is. president of the hospital. !
    The minimum base pay, which
    Inow (J08 from $74 to $79 per(
    Leek, will be the highest base pay I
    lor registered nurses in the Grcat-
    ,r Miami area Lewis also stated
    Ithai the board of trustees has
    lagrced to pay an a 'litional $6 per'
    eek to those nurses working the
    I,,,:, noon and night shifts.
    "Although these adjustment*
    bring our salaries to a new high
    in this community," Lewis
    Rabbi Caplan
    To Speak Here
    A- part ol the adult education
    at Temple Ner Tamid,
    on i .,i.i\ evening, Rabbi Jonah
    spiritual leader of Tem-
    ple Adath Yeshurun, wiO speak
    On' Emergence of Modern
    Nationalism "
    Lectures are held every Tiles-
    - |0 p.m.. in the chapel ol
    remple, and a question and
    r period follows.
    - mbevg, educational di-
    ol the Temple, lias return
    csdaj morning Hebrew
    i and Aaron Center con-
    class in conversational
    on Tuesday evening at
    ;> ill
    pointed out, "w are not inter-
    ested in attracting local rtjister
    ed nurses away from their pres-
    ent position*. Rather, we are
    interestec* both in retaining our
    present staff and aiming at re- .
    cruitment of the out-of-town
    nurse.
    'We hope that with these new
    alanes which are in keeping with
    national trends we will altraet
    many additional competent and
    skilled registered professional
    nurses from other parts ol the
    United States. who would like to
    COme to Miami Bcuih and wink
    in our hospital."
    According to hospital statistics,
    1!H>2 was a record year tor pat-
    ients treated at Mt. Sinai, and
    hospital authorities slate! tint all
    present indications are that 1963
    will see a new record for the hos-
    pital.
    "In order to maintain this high
    level of patient care and progress-
    ive personnel practices, and to
    further this poticj for 1963, we
    are anxious to attract a large
    number of highly capable pro-
    fessional nurses," Lewis noted.
    Senior Citizens Elect Wodin
    iftV'NG WODIN
    'Art of Makevp'
    Regular meeting of the B'nail
    B'ritn Women ol Coral Gables will
    he hold on To- sday evening at
    Millel House. The program. "A
    New Year A New Yon.'" will he
    the \r el Makeup," by K- elyn
    del Russo and Beryl Wright Mem
    hers will participate as models.
    Mrs. Sidney Sanders i- program
    chairman,
    Irving Wodin has been elected |
    president of the American Fed-;
    elation of Senior Citizens of Great-
    ei Miami tor 1963. He will be in-
    Stalled, along with the other new
    officers, at ceremonies highlight-
    ing a mass rally of senior citi-
    zens Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Bayfront
    Auditorium in Miami.
    Wodin. manager of Florida
    Smoked Fish Co.. has been one
    of the pioneers in the establish-
    ment of senior citizens' organize
    tions in this area. Harry A Lev-
    enthal. a retired insurance execu-
    tive, was elected as chairman of'
    the board of directors and as first
    vice president.
    Morris Feinstein will be install-
    ed as second vice president; Mrs
    Morris Feinstein. secretary; and'
    Dr. A. Nemser, third vice presi-
    dent.
    Members of the board of di-
    rectors, in addition to the of-
    ficers, are Rev. Edythe Adley,
    Florence Blakley, Selma Borga-
    voy, Frank Brandt, Tillie Brandt,
    Myrtle Chesnut, Ruben Gould,
    Harry Kamaeher, James H. S.
    Hamer, Betty Hamer, Ben Kar!
    Rocker, Martha Schrum and
    Bernard Sternick.
    Judge Norman Blakiey v .-i
    elected legal advisor. He a
    was selected as an honorary bo;
    member, along with Rep. Clau :
    Pepper, Judge Henry L. Balab.
    Rev. Hugh Murphy and Mich.
    Sossin.
    Sossin will serve as install: -
    officer at Sunday's rally, which
    free and open to the public.
    Dr. Blue Carstenson, of Wa-
    ington, lie. national executi
    director of the National Council
    Senior Citizens, will be the pn -
    cipal speaker. He will talk on t
    prospects for medicare in the D
    session of Congress.
    Mrs. Henry L. Bataban is ent
    tainment chairman for the ra.
    Miami Beach attorney and cant
    Joseph Malek. will sing the i
    lional anthem. A new film, "F
    Hie ReSl Ol Your Lite will
    shown.
    Rabbi Labovitz on Television
    Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spirit
    leader ol Temple Ner Tamid, v.
    be host on the Jewish Worst
    Hour this Sunday, 10:30 a.m., o\
    VVLBW, Ch. io. Also on "he i
    gram v. ill be Cantor Saul
    Breeh and Joseph Schreibm
    musical director of N> r Tamil
    Blcsberg Reveals
    Future Plans
    Blasberg this week
    ii.it he is now nulc-
    laged m the practice
    lirectiag. He will be
    facilities Ol Newman
    ' i at 1333 Dade Blvd..
    B ach,
    has been a resident
    I i past 17 year-, .mil
    it many organizations
    ; University of Miami
    .p rican Academ) of
    Hi' in New York Citj
    r, the late Irving Bias
    n- leader hi re and
    i cecuth e in Hie [un-
    til profession.
    . es with his wife.
    ..nd two children. Mic'i-
    Ira, in Sky Lake.
    Cantor Breeh
    let for Concert
    i antor Saul Breeh will be fca
    1 the fourth annual Tern-
    v r Tamid concert at the Tern-
    Saturday, Jan. 19.
    ., on the porgram will
    \li xauder 1'nlutchl, vio-
    1060; Ko.se V>\ rum, colora- ;
    iprano; aid Jascha Fisch-
    rman, with accompanists Kay
    and Joseph Schroihmaii.
    usic director of Temple Ner
    i concert committee includes
    Irvine C. Spear, chairman; Louis
    in, public relations; Mrs
    Geld, ticket chairman; and
    Samuel Greenfield, Adolph Green
    baum, Joseph Silverman. Charles
    Abrarason, William J. Harris. Al-
    bert Rosenberg, Paul Press. Dan
    Piver Joseph Kahn. ticket com
    nun. *
    Chonufco Prize Winners
    Winners in the fourth annual
    ka home decorating contest
    sponsored by the Coral Way Jew-
    1 li Center were Dr. and Mrs. Jos-
    eph Fogel, first prize; Mr. and
    Mis. Lewis Rutstein. second; Mr.
    nd Mrs. Morton Schultz, third;
    Mr. and Mrs. David Binklcr and
    |Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lubin, honor-
    able mention.
    |Befb 4m Inleriaith Dinner
    On Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 6:30
    II'm., the Brotherhood of Temple
    *eth Am will hold its annual inter-
    faith dinner Joseph Molien.
    firothcrhood president, has ex-
    tended an invitation to men of all
    faiths to attend this affair.
    DAIRY DISHES & SNACKS
    TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONES
    (Just as they always have)
    Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where It belongs-on your table. It's a good family
    custom Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the realty fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain
    dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life today!
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    Friday, January ||
    SCOPE
    by ALAN SHECTER
    It was 1935. and the man had
    cancer in his throat. He had two
    courses of action: X-ray treat-
    ments, in which the results were
    uncertain, or removal of his
    larynx, accompanied by a total
    loss of speech.
    The devastating choice was
    made, and his larynx was remov-
    ed. But one of his doctors was
    gripped by the man's tragic di-
    lemma.
    Esophageal Speech
    In that era of medicine, sav-
    ing the patient's life was all most
    doctors aimed for. But Miami's
    own Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin felt
    he owed still more to his patient.
    Why not try to utilize some
    - rt of substitute mechanism
    (which had been experimented
    with by a scant few European
    and U.S. physicians) to teach
    people w ithout larynxes to
    speak'.' For Dr. Levin, the con-
    cept of true healing dictated
    that rehabilitation was part of
    the cure.
    With great investment of time,
    effort, study and patience, he
    succeeded in developing a new
    technique of teaching people
    how to speak without their "voice
    boxes." The secret lay in swal-
    lowing air through the mouth,
    and with the help of abdominal
    muscles, pushing the air back
    out again, chopping it into speech
    with the teeth, tongue and lips
    as the air is expelled. Once
    nicknamed "belch-talk." medical
    men today call it Esophageal
    Speech.
    This method became publiciz-
    ed through presentations at med-
    ical meetings and word of mouth.
    Dr. Levin was deluged with mail
    from all over the world. He has
    just been awarded his ninth fed-
    eral grant -'to teach teachers"
    who are spreading his technique
    throughout the globe. He has
    taught some 300 highly-educated
    speech therapists and physicians,
    including his charming wile.
    Sylvia, who has become so pro-
    ficient that she teaches many
    patients herself. He was the
    subject of a recent Time Maga-
    zine feature.
    Dr. Levin Is convinced that
    smoking, among other factors, is
    a prime cause of cancer. Like
    increasing numbers within the
    medical profession, he believes
    people who smoke are engaging
    in a dangerous practice. Inhala-
    tion of industrial and automo-
    bile fumes is considered another
    cause of the ciisease. Dr. Levin
    urges people to consult a laryn-
    gologist if they can't rid them-
    selves of hoarseness after three-
    weeks of duration.
    Young Adults
    Sponsor Dance
    Young Adults Ol Temple Ner
    Tamid are sponsoring a dance on
    Sunday night in the Starlight
    Room of the Biscayne Terrace
    Hotel, Music will be by Walter
    Goodman and his band.
    The group's regular meeting
    will be held at the Temple on
    Wednesday evening.
    UN Group Will
    Be Given Slate
    A slate of officers tor 1963 will
    be presented by Mrs. Toby Eman-
    ucl. chairman ol the nominations
    committee, to the Miami Beach
    Discussion Group of the Greater
    Miami Chapter of the American
    Assn. for the United Nations.
    Reorganization meeting will be
    held on Monday evening at the
    Miami Beach Federal Saving and
    Loan Assn., 407 Lincoln Mall.
    Guest speaker will be Col
    Frank Dunbaugh. whose subject is
    "The Need to Strengthen the
    American Association for the Unit-
    ed Nations." President is Joel'
    Newman.
    Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins star in the lev
    "Phaedra," opening Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Wometcc
    fair, Sunset, Parkway and Normandie Art The
    Slate Tag Days For Cardiac Urit
    Pioneer Skills
    Formerly a resident of Phila-
    delphia, Dr. Levin was transfer-
    red to Miami during World War
    II while serving as a flight sur-
    geon in the Navy.
    Presently dividing his time be-
    tween his surgical specialty and
    speech rehabilitation. Dr. Levin
    is more enthusiastic than ever
    about medicine. Understandably,
    his greatest reward has been the
    friends he has ma work, for his patients have be-
    come deeply devoted and appre-
    ciative of the skills he has pio-
    neered through the years.
    Cavalcade Brings
    Out 3,500 Here
    Fourth annual Cavalcade of Is-
    rael Stars brought together some
    3.500 Greater Miamians for a pro-
    gram of Israeli. Yiddish and class-
    ical entertainment presented by
    the leading artists of Israel.
    The cavalcade is sponsored an-
    nually here by the Greater Miami
    Zionist District. The recent func-
    tion was at Miami Beach Auditor-
    ium.
    Ezra Finegold was chairman of
    the evening. Assisting him were
    Albert E. Ossip. chairman of the
    Greater Miami President's Coun-
    cil, and Ben Giller, honorary
    chairman. Also on the committee
    were:
    Jacob C. Fishman, Joseph Mech-
    l"w. Rabbi Samuel Mendelovvitz,
    Albert E. Ossip. Jack S. Popick,
    Sidney Raymond. Louis B. Rud-
    nick. Morris Simon, and Herman
    Weintraub, vice chairmen; Abra-
    ham Grunhut. treasurer; Josh
    Rcphun, associate treasurer
    Some (i.000 volunteer workers
    will stage the ninth annual Tag
    Days for the National Children's
    Cardiac Hospital throughout Dade,
    Broward and Monroe Countie- on
    Jan. 11 through 13. it was announ
    ced by hospital president, Leo Rob-
    inson.
    Last year, some 3.500 volunteers,
    most of them members of the hos-
    pital's seven auxiliaries in South
    Florida, raised $34,000. Total cost
    of the project, according to board
    chairma. Richard 1. Berenson. was
    S3.000.
    Mrs. Norman Emmer is chair-
    man of this year's Tag Days, and
    | she said. "We hope to greatly in-
    crease last year's total because of
    the impending dedication of our
    jnew hospital.
    The 26-year-old National Chil-
    dren's Cardiac Hospital will
    ' move into it new $1,800,000
    home in the Metropolitan Miami
    Medical Center on Jan. 20, with
    formal ceremonies on the
    grounds of 1475 NW 12th Ave.
    Judge Milton Friedman, of Mi-
    ami, is chairman of the dedica-
    tion program.
    their own Tag Day ;
    at 16S5 Meridian A
    IS
    your
    family
    happy?
    Of course! But why not sH
    them happier...at dinner tf
    night! Have some rial o!d-fas!h
    foned tasting Kasha, the kind
    Grandma used to make. It's
    economical, and as easy at
    beating an egf and chop,
    ping an onion, just follow
    the recipe on the WOLFFS
    KASHA package.
    MAKES YOUR
    MEAL A FEAST
    JUSTBESURE
    YOU SERVE
    ENOUGH!
    Ticket chairmen were Art Rub-
    in. Al Lefkowitz. Miami Beach;
    Bernard Kaiz and Isidore Riflkin.
    Brandeis: Max Parness and A
    Arthur Pekelner. Miami Cables:
    Al Lichtenberg and Jacob Harri-
    son, Hollywood; Robert Schcin
    wald and Paula Sernaker. Young
    Adults.
    Srhti p in,eissi?n right) Ezra Finegold. chairman of the evening; Albert E. Ossip,
    chamnan of the Greater Miami President's Council of the
    <&*2iE&f Israel's Ieading singers; and Ben
    Heller Speaks At Bureau Meet
    Daniel N. Heller, chairman of
    the Speakers Bureau of the Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal, addressed
    a regular meeting of the board of
    directors of the Bureau of Jewish
    Education on Monday evening at
    the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben-
    jamin Meyers, 802 W. DiLido Dr.
    His talk outlined the program
    for the coming Combined Appeal.
    The meeting, chaired by Joseph
    Cohen, president, included a
    I discussion of the Bureau's annual
    ! dinner, Bureau budget for 1963,
    and Bureau activities.
    Other officers include Leo Rob-
    i inson, Leon Ell, John Temple vice
    | presidents; Melvin B. Frumkes,
    (secretary; and Judge Fred N
    uarad, treasurer.
    Artist's Work on View
    Reyna Youngerman has assem-
    bled a group of new oils for an ex-
    hibition at the Miami Beach Art
    Center to be opened to the public
    On Jan. U. Gallery hours are
    Monday through Saturday. 10 am
    to 5.30 p.m.. and all exhibits will
    remain until Jan. 30. There is no
    admission charge'.
    A SlOOa-couple dedication ball
    I at the fontaineuieau hotel on Jan
    :t> wnl wind up an intensive Di li
    cation Week program. Joseph A
    Garueld is general chairman ol
    ine gala function slated for !!'.<
    netcis grand ballroom, expected
    >o attract nearlj i.;M,o guests
    George Coury is associate chair-
    man, and Lee Ratner is honorarj
    cnairman.
    Mrs. Henry Jacobson, co-chair-
    man with Mrs. l-.mmer of the Tag
    Days, said more volunteers still
    are needed to "fill ln some of the
    aew territory added since last year
    oy our steadily increasing 'and
    spreading population.'"
    I Miami Beach will limit its Tag
    jDay operation to Jan. 12 and 13
    under the chaiimanship ol Mrs
    'George Geier. They have set up
    Wife KASHA
    Vdlma,
    avautrlOwn Brow*
    Buckwheat Groata. Alao enjoy
    Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits)
    Kijhs 'N- Gravy, Kasha Soup.
    f*ff, KASHA COOKSOO0
    JJt address request to: I
    hllia WelH, Pan* Yan. N. toi
    TETLEY TEA
    INSTANT OR IN BAGS
    ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM
    SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE
    tfft**ftNft. word "Swlta.rl.nd- on ft. ft*. Chr** you buy...chuk or .lied...
    For real ta'am of
    Switzerland!
    Switzerland
    wnv
    wnolti led res
    With lap
    arsis/.
    TtHay has that full, wonder.
    ful "tiny httla tea leaf flavor".
    A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837


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    Page 13-B
    Jtjar Richard Kernish
    iring Saturday morning ser-
    Ian. 12. at Tenrple'JiiTleV
    \\n Mordeeai Poclet will offi-
    f, at the Bar Mitzvah of Rich-
    ( ooke Kernish.
    Hii eighth grade student at
    Her Junior High, the celebrant
    H^ Co-Cart tan and is interested
    Chemistry.
    '. Alexander Kernish. 4381 SW
    St.. will host the Kiddush in
    I son'- honor following the cere-
    iv.
    e
    Steven Arik
    Seven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    I Arak. will become Bar Mitz-
    on Saturday morning. Jan. 12.
    int4 services conducted by Rab-
    |.Morton Shalowitz.
    he celebrant is a student at
    |-'h Miami Beach Junior High
    has attended Popiel Religious
    i>ol for several years.
    i Idush luncheon following
    n mony will be held in hon-
    : the Bar Mitzvah in Popiel
    .-Hid on Knday evening his
    ill host the Oneg Shah
    Debra Mid David Price
    first time in the IS
    history ot Plagler-Granada
    I enter, a brother and sis-
    ter will observe their Bas and Bar
    Mitzvah. together.
    *' Ttabbi DaviTTflosehferJi will of-
    Delate at the ceremony for David
    Barry and Debra Lee, children of
    Mr and Mrs. Grover Price, on
    Saturday morning. Jan. 12.
    The celebrants will be honored
    at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
    evening and a Kiddush on Satur-
    day following services.

    Lawrence Bart
    Lawrence Michael Bart will be
    Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 12,
    during services conducted by Rab-
    bi Max A. Lipschitz at Beth Torah
    Congregation.
    The celebrant is the son of Mr.
    and Mrs. Max Bart. 19635 NE 19th
    Ave.. and grandson of Mr. and
    Mis. Jacob Roth, who will be
    here from Brooklyn, N.Y., for the
    event.
    An eighth grade student at
    North Miami Beach Junior lli^h.
    Lawrence has attended Beth Tor-
    ah's Hebrew School for four years,
    where he is a member of the Tallis
    and Tfillin Club.
    He is interested in astronomy
    and chemistry, draws industrial
    i machines, collects coins, and plays
    i hess

    Mark Serkin
    Bar Mitzvah oi Mark Serkin will
    Eichmann Papers Go
    To Archives of Israel
    Lawrence Barf
    be celebrated on Saturday. Jan.
    12. at Beth David Congregation,
    with Rahhi Norman N. Shapiro of-
    ficiating.
    Mark is an eighth grade student
    at Shenandoah Junior High and
    studies the piano. His hobbies in-
    clude many sports and coin-col-
    lecting.
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Serkin will hon-
    or their son at the Kiddush follow-
    ing the ceremony, and at a re-
    ception in the grand ballroom of
    Beth David in the evening.
    Ira Reschman
    On Saturday morning, Jan. 12.
    Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph
    Reschman. will be Bar Mitzvah at
    Temple Zion, with Rabbi Allied
    Waxman officiating.
    An eighth grade student at West
    Miami Junior High. Ira plans to
    continue his studies in the Tem-
    ple's confirmation class.
    His parents will host the Kid-
    dush in his honor.

    Andrew Greenberg
    Dr. Irving Lchrman will officiate
    at the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew, son
    Gail Sandier
    Andrew Greenberg
    Mark Serkin
    of Mrs. Martin B. Greenberg. dur-
    ing Saturday morning services,
    Jan. 12, at Temple Emanu-Kl.
    Andrew is a seventh grade stu-
    dent at Nautilus Junior High,
    where he plays saxophone in the
    band. He also studies the piano,
    and his outside recreations are
    volleyball and siamp-collecting.
    Following the ceremony, the
    celebrant will be honored at a Kid-
    dush in Sirkin Hall.
    # *
    Gail and Gary Sandier
    Gail and Gary Sandier, twin
    daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Quentin Sandier, celebrated their
    Bas and Bar Mitzvah on Saturdav
    morning. Jan. 5, at Temple Beth
    Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish of-
    ficiated
    Eighth grade students at Nau-
    tilus Junior High. Gail and Gary
    were honored at a luncheon in
    their home following the ceremony,
    and at a reception and dinner
    dance at the Fonlainebleau Hotel
    on Sunday evening.
    Grandparents of the celebrants
    are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engelbert
    and Simon Sandier. Maternal
    great-grandmother i- Mrs. Lena
    Kurtz All are from Miami Beach.
    Bruce Kamelhair
    Temple B'nai Sholom will be
    the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
    Bruce Kamelhair on Saturday
    morning, Jan. 12. with Rabbi S.
    Max Machtei officiating.
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kamelhair
    will hosl the Kiddush following
    the service in their son's honor.
    Folk School Has
    Celebration Here
    A choir of 45 children from the
    ; Pinski Folk School will be
    featured at the school's annual
    celebration to be held on Sunday
    evening at the Seville Hotel.
    Also appearing on the program
    will be Chayle Grober, of the He-
    brew Habima, and Cantor Mor-
    decai Yardani. who will offer folk
    -onus in Yiddish and Hebrew, and
    lead community sing.
    Mrs. Aida Yaslo will be accom-
    panist.
    II R SALEM (JTA) A,
    |lky volume comprising many |
    i.-.jreos of pages written by Adoll'
    hmann in his prison cell, in the
    mths prior to his conviction and !
    i-cution in Israel for his role in
    Id murder of 6,000,000 European;
    [as. t as been deposited in the
    p-ael state Archives by order of
    im< Minister David Ben-Gurion.
    wa! disclosed here this week.
    |ntil now. the manuscript had
    en held by prison authorities.
    lYad Vasbem, the Israel center
    pgaged in documenting the Nazi
    locaust, had sought the manu-
    inpt Mr its archives, arguing
    iat would be an important as-
    ? for its work if the manuscript
    ere placed at the disposal of re-
    The Premier, on the
    1 felt that, since the trial
    )od Writer to Speak
    | lj known food science
    ictor Lindiahr, of Miami
    iii address the Shaloma
    : Hadassah on Tuesday at
    | nic Lodge, 10th St. and
    More than 200 women
    i ted to atten l the noon
    ; meeting, according to
    preiidi nt, Mrs Irwin
    |
    - Chapter Sets Review
    I o; the National Chil
    Bn's ardlac Hospital. Miami
    t will hear a review oi
    I -childs' by Mrs, Frank
    | ..a Tuesday, 2 p.m., in
    Ivin Cohen Hall
    had been conducted by the State,
    everything relevant to the prose-
    cution should be placed in the
    State archives. He issued the rul-
    ing after Justice Minister Dov
    Joseph pressed him for a decision.
    The contents of the manuscript
    were not disclosed, and may not
    be disclosed for a long time. How-
    ever, it was understood that they
    combine Eichmann's memoirs with
    reflections on Nazism and other
    subjects, representing an attempt
    by Eichmann to shed his own re-
    sponsibility for the Nazi murders.
    Garden Club
    Meets Monday
    Mt Sinai Hospital Garden Club
    held its January meeting on
    Monday noun at the Miami Beach
    Garden Center. Program was
    titled "Company Is Coming.''
    Plans were discussed lor the
    group's annual flower show to be
    held in February, and chaired by
    Mrs Leonard Franti. Guesl ar-
    ranger was Mrs M S l'arrar.
    nationally-accredited flower -how
    .indue.
    An ii a.m. board meeting was
    he conducted bj Mrs. Harry Mos
    cor. president. Mrs. Alex Cordon
    offered tin devotional prayer,
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    Pearly Gait
    by Hal Pearl
    .
    MAN BEHIND THE SCENES: You never grow old in show bus!
    is, Best proof of lhat are Joe Birnbaum, Herman Rosen and Sol
    ' .ekstein. the impresarios who are staging "HoneymOOH in Israel,
    -ening Friday, Jan. 11. in the new DILido Playhouse at the DiLido
    el.
    Birnbaum. long-time radio voice here, mans the l>ox office in the
    el lobbj. Rosen, who's acted in, directed and produced Yiddish
    vies and plays for more than four decades, has coordinated the
    . nstruction ol the new stage and props at the DiLido, and Dickstein,
    veteran producer and publicist in the Yiddish theatre sphere, hops
    m New York to Miami Beach, thence to Montreal, with all the
    omb and verve of a youngster
    The threesome, whose combined ages would total more than
    100 years, are on the go from early morn to ni.-jht, so enthused ar
    "*ey in their late venture, a season of the world's finest Yiddish
    :'ays and performers in Miami Beach.
    Their first, "Honeymodn in Israel.' stars Israel's favorite musical
    nedy performer, Max Perlman, with the original cast that rcored
    Israel.
    Audiences almost tore down the doors in Montreal less than two
    iks ago to see Perlmanrand company. Originally booked for two
    a, it ran for eight.
    -* *
    BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Dick Shawn, who was a homeowner
    : the Normandy Isles section of Miami Beach not so long ago. returns
    re for an engagement at the Deauville. sharing billing with Ella
    ~>tzgcrald. Dick deserted us for the greener pastures of Hollywood
    ovie-making and TV appearances. He was a Sunday golfer at Nor-
    - andy Shores and Bayshore, and you can be sure he's returned with
    ~ clubs.
    Met Opera star Richard Tucker is one of the many celebrities who
    . ;me away raving about the Lucerne Hotel's uproarious revue. "You
    atta Have Mazel." Like the hundreds before him. Tucker blistered
    s palms applauding the mad antics of wonderful Tctie Fields. She's
    " e "hottest" new comedienne around, having been signed fur a New
    Y.rk Copacahana appearance in the spring.
    The sensational dance routines in the "Crazy Craxes" revue at
    the popular Peppermint Lounge highlight four speedy-stepping young
    ~>en and women.
    The satirical bite of the foursome of Theodore .1. Flicker. Joan
    rling. Thomas Aldredge and James Frawley has kept audiences in
    happy frame of mind at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The adept
    ting people have delighted audiences every night in the Bufman-
    -lden presentation of "The Premise." which concludes its big run
    -inday. Opening Tuesday at the Playhouse will be two exceptionally
    ie performers ol stage and screen. Patricia Morrison anil Zachary
    - ott. in The Four Poster."
    + *
    LOOKING AROUND: Joe E. Ross, who bounced around from night-
    club floor- to hotel clul) date stints for years before making it big as
    e star of "Car 54. Where are You?" easily one of the funniest TV
    rials, never forgets a friend When things were rough, the Algiers
    save Joe E, plenty of club date sluts here. Now. whenever Joe E. is
    town, he makes ;i decline tor the Algiers and his old friends there.
    ' anager Jack Ross and CO-Owner Dave l.evinsun.
    First world premiere here this season is slated lor the C'arih
    en "Forty Pounds of Trouble" moves in on Jan. lti. with Tony Cur
    - and Phil Silvers starring. In the meanwhile, the highly successfu
    'X office lure. "Gypsy," rolls merrily along with Natalie Wood and
    -alind Russell in the key roles. The Miami. Miracle and 16rd St.
    Theatres, in addition to the C irib. are showing it.
    The English drama of the young generation, stressing their
    morals, and lack of them, "A Kind of Loving," holds forth at the
    '^ayfair, Normandie and Sunset, with Alan Bates and June Ritchie
    as a sexplosive twosome.
    "Mutiny on the Bounty." "Lawrence of Arabia." "The Longest
    _ ay" and "The Brothers Grimm" are all topnotch road shows, on a
    vo-performances-a-day reserved set policy. They are set for long
    ins at the Sheridan. Colony, Lincoln and Florida.
    * *
    NIGHT AND DAY: No doubt you've heard the Ferrante and
    icher best-selling recordings of "Exodus" and "The Apartment"
    erne songs. Now they're here in person, those two wizards of the
    eyboard, for a one nighter at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sat-
    :day. Jan. 12. They have turned out more than 30 record albums,
    nd they will mix classics and pops sprinkled with their humorous
    ' >uches at their concert.
    Leon Schacter's Yiddish-American stage presentations have been
    packing 'em in at the Cinema; This week's headlmers ar* the fab-
    ufous Israeli act, the Four Ayalons, held over by popular demand.
    The screen feature is "The Dybbuk," a Yiddish favorite.
    Patsy Abbott keeps 'em laughing at her intimate bistro. Patsv's
    7 lace, on 23rd St.. on the Beach. Recent visitor was Lome Green.
    .ie tall and handsome star of TV's "Bonanza," with his wife, Nancy!
    Patsy keeps creating new attendance records every year. Her nanie
    - now a national by-word in entertainment circles.
    * *
    DINING SPOTS: A dowager having dinner at Tony's Fish Market
    as wearing all kinds of jewelry, including a diamond ring of about
    38-carats. "I wonder." whispered a waitress to a pal. "where she gets
    he strength to lift her fork" Foursome at King Arthur's Court
    >ere the R. E. Dumas Milners. of Jackson, Miss., and friends and
    rusiness associates, the Ray Griffiths of Coral Gables. Milner is here
    ar the National Automobile Dealers Convention from Jan. 12 to 16
    The Golden Key, plush dining and dancing spot at Westbrooke
    Country Club, which is open to the public, features a multi-course
    trac'itional dinner on Friday. Catering manager Arthur Teichner
    has some special delicacies for the diners. In addition to the food,
    you can dance til 1 a.m. But it's advisable to make reservations at
    this spot. If s open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 5:30 on.
    The 1963 edition of Variety Club's "Show of Shows" will be staged
    :n the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday evening. Jan. 31, for the
    -cm-fit of Variety Children's Hospital. The annual show will have
    ;>ammy Walsh as general chairman and producer. He is completing
    rra:-.gements with one of the nation's top stars to serve as master ol
    :eremonies.
    flMNOR SifE
    Eleanor steber. a leading so-
    prano the Metropolitan Opera
    Company. will be guesl solois
    , itn ,ne University of Miami
    . phonj Orchestra on Sunday
    evening al Miami Beach Auditor-
    Bnd vfon R] evening at Dade
    County Auditorium
    Conducted bj Fabien SeviUky.
    the symphony orchestra first
    pair 0| concerts ol the New Yeai
    ad fourth in the current winter
    ries will he highlighted l a
    . | rmanci ol Gustax Mahler s
    S\ inphonv No I
    Miss Steber will sing four pop-
    u'ar operatic arias form "La
    Boheme," "Tannhauser'
    nd
    Pcs.m Beach Playhouse Opens
    Prank J. Hale has announced
    the entin ten-week season *'t a!
    tractions a! his Royal l' i
    use in Palm Beach Em
    phasis during the II
    K placed on tin return to the
    Playhouse ol the most p >pul i
    stars from past seasons and
    ;i refreshir varietj ol
    tare," Hale declared
    0| ening (he seaso i Jan 21 will
    be Eva Gabor in "A shot in the
    Dark." to be followed on Jan 28
    by Hans Conried and El'zibeth
    Ashley in "Take Her. She'.- Mine."
    two comedy hits 01 the 1!H>2 Broad
    way season.
    On Feb. 4. Arlenc Francis, di-
    rected by her husband, Martin
    Gabel, will open m "Janus." On
    Feb. 11. will fellow "Write Me a
    Murder." last season's suspense-
    filled chiller. The following week.
    Hugh O'Brian will star in "The
    Tender Trap."
    Be jinnin Faye Emer-
    son will perform the role ol
    Mrs. Lev} m Thornton Wilder -
    near-classic, "The Matchmaker."
    Other stars to appear are Jack
    in "A Thousand Clowns,"
    ;. and "Mary, Mary." with
    Jeffrey Lynn, Mar 25
    Also returning to the Playhouse
    for his third appearance will be-
    lied Waring and Ins Pennsylvan
    ians opening Mar. 11. Rounding
    c ul the season lor the week be
    ginning Mar. 8 will be "The Rain-
    maker," starring Howard Keel
    and Inga Swanson.
    Subscriptions to the 10-week sea-
    son will continue on sale until Jan
    14, For information call 8.12-0569 or
    write BOX 231, Palm Beach. Fla.
    ZACHARY SlOTi
    'Fourposter' Set
    For Playhouse
    Patricia Morison and Zacliarv
    Scott, two of the nation's ton stage
    and film stars, will officially
    launch the new season of the Coco-
    nut (".rove Playhouse when they
    open this Tuesday in the brilliant
    comedy. "The Fourposter.''
    Coming direct trom a nationwide
    tour. Ix'th Miss Mori son and Scott
    have been unanimously acclaimed
    for their moving portrayals of the
    plays two central characters. Pro
    ducers are Zev Bufman and Stan
    Seiden.
    Playing foi a limited engage
    ment of ten days only, individual
    tickets, as well as season subscrip
    t;ons. are now on sale. Perform-
    ances are nightly, except Monday,
    at 8:30 p.m.. with two perform-
    ances on Saturday evenings at 8
    and 10:45 p.m. Matinees on Wed
    nesday are at 2:30 p.m.
    Trio to Perform
    Here Tuesday
    Beaux Arts Trio of New York
    will be heard in a concert Tues
    daj evening sponsored by Friends
    ot Chamber Music ()| Miami at the
    White Temple
    Program will feature Trie X,,
    2 in B flat major. Mozart: Trio
    No li in B flat major ("Arch-
    duke"). Beethoven; and Trio in
    1 minor, Hvorak.
    Artists include Menahem Press
    ler, piano: Daniel Guilet, violin
    and Bernard Greenhouse cello
    "The Marriage of Figaro,-- lnj
    also the soprano part in th
    fourth and final movemrnt 0j
    the Mahler Symphony. Bedrich
    Smefara's "The Moldau" w;n
    conclude the program.
    Miss Steber, a native i
    Virginia, holds a unique |
    in the world ol music a- l
    he fields oi concert, open tek
    vision, radio and recordings -r^
    ii.lcrnationally-k'iow n sopra
    sunc more than 40 lea.In
    m her career, and she hoi
    honor ot having sung more
    it the Met than ar.y Othei
    The lour anas which Miss s-,.|,.
    er will sing accompanied b\ the
    orchestra are Musetta's v. ;,itz,
    from Puccini's "La Bo]
    Elizabeth Prayer and Dich Theure
    Halle, from Wagner's "Tam
    . i-." and D< h vieni, mm t:
    from Mozart's "Marriage ol
    Art School in
    Second Semester
    Art Unlimited School and Gal.
    lerj opens its second semester <>t
    art (lasses for beginners and ad-
    vanced students, with enroll:
    dail) from 2 to 5 p.m., stn
    "Drawing tor Fun."
    Courses are under the direction
    of Warrand Sotted, formerly on the
    art faculty of the University ol
    Miami.
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    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA
    LODGE
    Gilbert Miller accepts the gavel from Stanley Goldblatt, out-
    I going chancellor commander of North Miami Beach Lodge,
    [Knights of Pythias.
    'vthians Elect
    liller Chief
    Gilbert Miller is new chancellor
    ismmander of North Miami Beach
    Knights of Pythias.
    [ Oil r officers elected at a ra-
    il > meeting are Ed Wolis, via
    [i etlor; Herbert Ravitz, pre
    Herbert Kaplan, master-at-
    Ims; Stanley Goldblatt, mastet
    cs; Marvin Berman, inner
    lard; Chuck Goldstein, outer
    lard
    pYally Walsdorf, secretary; Mark
    eei e, financial si >-i etary; Her-
    jn Engel, treasurer: Ed Leipsig,
    i i year trustee.
    Officers were installed Jan. 2
    |he Unified Building. Installing
    eer was Emanuel Mandel.
    deputy.
    Her is a Certified Public Ac-
    btant, who lives with ins wife,
    and their children, Susan
    | Mark, in North Miami Beach.
    I cceeds Stanley Goldblatt.
    ^-Trained
    to Race
    iring to hid tor his third
    v'ctory of the meeting, tnor-
    |ad racing's patriarch. "Sun-
    'it/simmons. will hold an
    fonally powerful hand in the
    addi'd Broward Handicap.
    event of Saturday's 10-race
    oster of 15 nominees for
    MC mile teat for three-year-
    announced this week, by
    Kecretarj Tom Engelman,
    , list includes three tested
    from Sunny .Inn's barn.
    re-- have already won at
    iii4. and two of t h e m .
    Stable's Isurrection and
    hipps' Royal Vscot, sonos
    Iquilia (inishi ,1 one two ii
    It it. i t Miami Beach at
    kd 70 ... I lie thin1
    l Candida! ii
    an impressive winni r re
    It .: it in en t in B
    Rest last
    oe
    Sasso Installs
    County Officers
    Commissioner Th-.tnas J. Sasso
    of North Miami was guest speak-
    ei at the installation ceremony of
    he Senior Citizens Friendship
    ChiL of the North County YU1IA
    Branch of the Greater Miami Jew-
    ish Community Center on Tues aj
    at 8 p.m.
    Newly-elected ofl cers for the
    year who were i n s t a I le d by
    Efraim H. Gale, executive, direc-
    tor i.f the Greater Miami Jewish
    Community Center, are Ben Salk,
    president; Irwin Samuels and Har-
    ry Segool, vice presidents; Mrs.
    William Kimmel, recording secre-
    tary; Mis. Stella Klein, c rres-
    ponding secretary; Mrs. Cells
    Reich, social secretary; William
    Debin, treasurer; Benjamin Cinis,
    sergeant-at-arms; and Isidore
    lliisch. chaplain.
    The Four Avalons, outstandinq hit performers at the recen:
    Israel Cavalcade of Stars, are now appearing as featurec
    performers at the C'npma Theatre's Yiddish American vaude
    ville produced by Leon Schachter.
    Some 150 B'nai B'rith youth, representing chapters in the
    State of Florida, concluded their four-day convention at Camp
    Owaissa Bauer in Naranja, Fla., "determined to advance in-
    ternational good will and understanding by supporting a pro-
    gram for better relations with Latin America." The conven-
    tion body was addressed by Stu Morrison, coordinator for
    the Amigo program of the Miami Herald (top row center).
    Also appearing at the convention were (top row) Kenneth
    Friedman, regional president, AZA; Michael Abrams, Inter-
    group Youth Cour.cil, Miami; Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of
    District 5, B'nai B'rith Women; Linda Sailer, convention co-
    ordinator for B'nai B'rith Girls. Bottom row aie Bonnie Frankel,
    BBG Florida president; Mitchell Porias, AZA convention co-
    ordinator; Dora Rodiiquez, an Amigo from Lima, Peru.
    fled, beautiful and
    rently cared for
    fcundi.tgs for our
    ted loved ones are
    fcrce of very real
    rttoall
    MISIVE JtWlSH CIMI UK*
    Mrs. Harry Klitzner, of Providence, R.I., is "capped" by Mrs.
    Maurice Klein, coordinator of the Miami Beach Servicemen's
    Center. For her "many contributions of qifts to servicemen
    throughout the year," Mrs. Klitzner was installed as an hon-
    orary senior hostess of the Center.
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    TV Debate
    In Israel's
    Parliament
    JERUSALEM (JTA) Edu-
    cation Minister Abba ESI in this
    week urged the Knesset to approve
    the Cabinet proposal to accept an
    (iier by the Rothschild Group to
    finance the establishment and test
    operation of an educational tele-
    vision network. The Government
    would decide whether to take over
    e. mplete responsibility ror the pro-
    ject at' the end of the trial period
    oi two or three years.
    Mr Bban stressed that the Knes-
    set was not being asked to take
    ;. stand on a general television
    network. He assured the Knesset
    that the Education Ministry would
    bear exclusive responsibility for
    the content and form of the pro-
    grams. The debate revealed deep
    reservations over the project as
    speakers seemed to agree that,
    while the item on the'agenda was
    educational television, th real is-
    educational television, the real is-
    many believed would inevitably
    follow.
    It is understood that Achcut
    Avoda and the National Religious
    Party would seek Cabinet per-
    mission to vote independently on
    the question without being bound
    by the coalition clause requiring
    collective responsibility on Cab-
    inet proposals.
    A television "propaganda war'
    between the Arab states and Is-
    rael was predicted by Arab TV
    officials as a result of Israel's plan
    to establish an educational TV
    network there, it was reported
    here from Beirut. The report said
    that both are expected to use this
    medium for "propaganda offen
    gives" onto each other's sen
    Cairo, which has the region's hi I
    television facilities, and Beirut,
    where there are two independent
    commercial stations, will be able
    to reach [srael s Bcreens, while Is-
    rael's projected television network
    i- expected to be received clearly
    in most Arab state-
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    u Group to Study New Biography Next Oneg Shabbnt study groupjvice president of the group, will their views on current events of Emma Lazarus Group of Had • offer assail will be held at the home of V < %  % > I rs.ng the new musicomedy, "My Son, the Duke," are Ulia Weinstein, book; Mrs. Pauld Herris, lyrics; and fcr Nidez, director. This trio was responsible for last %  s uccessful "Fanny's Miracle." Three consecutive weekfesentations of "My Son, the Duke" are scheduled by ral Way Jewish Center Theatre Workshop beginning ly, Feb. 9. Irement Club Executive Here [arrangements for the first Americans to take up in Israel's pace-setting lent Club" are now being according to Abraham public relations director of •Rural and Suburban SetCompany, who has just in Miami from Tel Aviv M the prospective new setirith their preparations for move. ^opening date for the new another first'' in Rassmoeiing ventures, has been Feb. 1. At that time, the le mat will be out at the mv Club in Kfar Shmarya le milenorth of Tel Aviv. first residents from CabNew York. Connecticut, and many more states of linn. enting an entirely new H in retirement facilities, ve Aviv Club is a cuinlunation of residence hotel, club and home, offering as much privacy or as many group activities as the individual resident or couple cares to have, pius medical care as and when needed. Set in the countryside of the Sharon Plain in the vicinity of the Mediterranean seaside resort of Herz lia. among orange groves and eucalyptus woods, the club offers accommodations to a total of 105 lesider.ts in spacious single and ..ouble rooms, each with its private balcony, bath and telephone. During Frank's stay in Miami. from .Ian. 15 to 18. he will meet with many individuals and groups interested in information about retiring in Israel He has already been s heduled to address the Mi iami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club and r.'nai B'rith. In charge of information here is Sender Kaplan at 532-7043. Mrs. Samuel Gordon, 4112 Royal Palm Aviv, on Saturday at 1 p.m. \ biography of Golda Meir will be presented by Mrs. Pearl Ber ger. Mrs. Norman Meyer, presi ent, and Mrs, William Pipsitz Pioneer Women Have Meetings Beba Idelson Chapter of Pioneer Vomen will hold an Oneg Shabbat in Saturday at the home of the president. Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden. ;y Ada Mainion. Dr. Celia Davis, jultural chairman, is in charge of arrangements. i • Regular meeting of the Coral Sables Chapter was to be held Thursday in Cookie's Restaurant, 139 Miracle Mile, at 1 p.m. Mrs. Sam Davis is chapter president. Torah Club Will Meet Wednesday The second bi-weekly session of the Temple Emanu-El Torah | Luncheon Club is scheduled for fhe Shelborne Hotel on Wednesday, Jan. 16, starting at 12:15. First inaugurated as an experiment, the club is now in its third year. A small group of Temple members gather at the luncheon Si -sion to study the sacred literature. 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    ^^^w^"" ^wg^^w fchood members rehearse a cantata, "My Child of Thee," Bb will be presented at Beth David next Wednesday. From Ere Mrs. Al Miller, Mrs. Milton Wasman, Mrs. Ralph Ross, cadi iMax Handschu. Beth David Will Stress Torah 'RoariiT 20V Fashions Slated "A Roarin* 20 V costume party Mil by the C'haim Weizmaiui Group of Hadassah will bo hiid On Saturday evening at the Miami Pioneer Club, 250 NvV River Dr. Funds realized from the evening will be used for supplies to go to the Madas ah-Hehrew I'.iiversity Hospital. Participating in the entertain ment are "The Sweet Adelines." nationally known Women's Barber Shop Quartet, and the "'Charleston Chorus," with Mrs. Esther Dorr, Mrs. Paula Ehrlich, Mrs. Daisy l'eder. Mrs. Sol Harris, Miss Fannie Levitt. Mrs. Sam Lewis, \ii-s Esther Maker. Miss Ida Markow, and Mrs. Abie Waitzman, Miss Ray Etkin will be at the piano. Mrs. Nat Goldberg, presi den!, and Mrs. Phil Lever will direct Mis. Harry Kornlelcl is chairman, % % %  Naomi Croup of Hadassah will show Burdine's ••New Lights in Fashion" al Dadeland'S Summit Restaurant at a breakfast Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. The show will be televised, with Lycra bathing suits beins shown for the first time in Miami. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz is chairman and Mrs. Alvin Berger is president. Planning a special luncheon to be sponsored by Mrs. Matilda Wash ton on Jan. 21 at the Fontainebleau Hotel are seated (left to right) Mrs. Fred Jonas, president, Brandeis Group, Hadassah; and Mrs. Sam Ruban, chairman. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Washton, hostess for the Juncheon; and Mrs. Otto Sandman, chairman. Proceed" will go toward maintenance of the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. "Ter : >r Torah'" will be the hclfl '•! Beth David Sisterhood's lest I ilar meeting at 11:30 a.m.. \etl•..\. .Ian u>. at Spector lalL ls)B Louis s. Him. S'sterheod irecid>n net the meetnf. ta, "Mj Child ol Thee," i^B: \rn!'in. ill !> %  • pri'-e-i'ed I A' "hood members under di-. ectaOT : Mrs. Charles Spingam, Torah "d cha rman Mrs. MilUB asm in w ill narrate the antat. is a National Wome i-ipl Mrs A. flf^^p i'ekelner of music for the program irk TOppell and MrNor ladsen will be soloists. ;al characters will be porhy the Mesdames Maurice At'.' Maloff, Rtlph Ross, Jamison, Harold Berke, Al Harold Reinhard, Maurice and Edward Ginsberg I the play "ill be Robert rd Beth El Education Program Congregation Beth El was to resume its adult education program Thursday. 8 p.m.. with Rabbi Solomon Schiff, the congregation's spiritual leader, devoting the session to Bible study, concepts and movements in Judaism, history, and customs The class will meet thereafter every Thursday nighl at 8 p.m. harg< Mrs. man i Bib! '.rayeii Damn Star* MiUei Reinh Torah Hadassah To Hear Cantor Torah Group of Hadassah will celebrate Jewish National Fund Month with a dessert musical on Monday, Jan. 14. l p.m., at Knights of Pythias Hall. Cantor H. Richard Brown, of Temple Judea. will present a repertoire of songs from his can er in show business. Prior to becoming a cantor, he was featured soloist on the TV program, "Stop the Music." and appeared at the Roxy. Capitol and Paramount Theatres in New York. Admission for the afternoon is a filled .INF blue box 'rations Living in Israel of particular appeal to persons of retirement age NEVE AVIV CLUB located in beautiful Kfar Shmaryahu near Herzliya-on-Sea on the Mediterranean, offers Resident .Membership under conditions of planned comfort: e Cultural and Religious activities e Excellent Kosher cuisine i Tastefully furnished single and double rooms ^Spacious lounges and landscaped gardens i Monthly rate includes comprehensive medical care and diets i Expert professional staff i Verv reasonable rates Rassco Israel Corporation 2S0 West 57 Strict, New York IS, N. Y. Gentlemen: Please send me complete Information and illustrated brochure, at my address below: NAME ADDRESSCITY ZONE STATE, JFM IN MIAMI Contact: Sender Kaplan 1205 Marseilles Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., UN 4-2956 hJLAA)Ou-\)KQAi CRUISALINE FOR HALF SIZES Just what the climate ordered! Cool, nubby-textured cruisaline (rayon silk) with scoopy neck, easy-gored skirt. By Harmony Fashions of Miumi in pink, gold or blue prints. Solid color trims the bodice. Sizes 12K to 22'2. 22.95 WOMEN'S MTTill DRfSSfS, MIAMI 'THIRD FIOOB ALSO OAKLAND. MIAMI BtACH, 163rd ST., FT. LAUblKDAlt, WIST PALM BIACH COME, OR CALL 373 1161



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    movitz Heads CJA Lawyers Unit CHj Commissioner SidIrontM it/, member of the governors ol the Greater |i'uish Federation, has acne chairmanship of ifie Division lor the ll)6:s Com%  wish Appeal campaign, ippoiiiinioiu of Commissfonovitz. who serves also (25th Anniversary celebratjmmittec commemorating for % torians nter Miami Jewish Fedrjn this week sent out a to amateur historians archivists interested in linp Federation cornhistory of its 25 years lilanthropu and htiman|n welfare endeavor history is being cornin connection with fcr.itioii J.'ith annivercelebration and Silver fcversary 1963 Combined ish Appeal. pyone in possession of Fp.iper clippings, photons, or mementos pertito the event may conSheldon Wengel at FedIon, 1317 Biscayne Blvd.. Hiu. FK 3-0411. ^^Hhrr Jubilee of Federation, was inounccd Wednesda) by Jn4B Irviny Cypen, Federation vice i -idem and overall chairma^Bt the Professional Divisions. isting Aronoviti will be two eys who were prorrvnent 1962 CJA Lawyers Division ign. They are Robert ig, who will coordinate the Ita of Miami attorneys, •Ivin Frumkes, member of ederation Speakers Bureau, Will coordinate the particiof Miami Beach attornCOMMISSIONER ARONOVITI m achieve the highest goal ever in i regular campaign, the Lawyers Division will play an important parUia ediuutum *>£. the contmunty. and in the support by many prominent members of the proession," Judge Cypen stated. "I'm therefore extremely proud '( announce that these attorneys will lead this highly important division." '"The importance of Federation now commemorating 25 years ol service to a better Miami coin munity in which we all have a -hare is one that cannot he underestimated." Aronovitz said, in accepting the post. "We of the Lawyer-Divisior nledee that 1963 will be the yea: in which we and all memberol the Jewish community go forward v. Hli great strides toward a better community for ourselves, and a better future for our children and their families'" the chairman stressed. Rabbi to Discuss 'Svcnes That Tc!k' • >:ili Small Voice" television program this Sunday will feature JJahbi. MjyeJ?, Abram/iwitz. spiritual leader ol Temple Menorah. in a special presentation, "StoneThat Talk," the Rabbi will analyze the scientific basis or the study of archaelogy as it relates to Biblical hist or j With actual stone.brought from Israel, Hal hi AbramOWitZ will describe the finding of King Solomon'Mints, as well athe ancient settlements in the Negev Desert In Israel Both of these archaeological discoveries have direcl bearirg on the spiritual and physical life oi modern day Israel, Beach Hotelmen Vow Support Of Increased Welfare Needs to play an important role Silver Anniversary year iign are Richard Bricknian. %  rd Jacobson and Richard Stoop), .>ho will be associate chair^B :he years when we are doing Bur share to help Federation At the first meeting of the Combined Jewish Appeal Hotel Division held at the Royal Palm Hotel, leaders of the division joined co chairmen Joseph Rose and Judge Joseph N Morris in pledging "to obtain from each and every hotel in Miami Beach support for Federation in the Silver Anniversary year." Judge Morris and the I sembled leaders pledged that the Hotel Division "will obtain a 100 per cent Increase over 1962 support for the Silver Anniversary Rose Bald that the 1963 goal of. Federation is $1,629,810. an inI n,i-i ot 17 per cent over last year, "1 am confident that our division will do ils part ard go well over its allotted figure." Wee'dy breakfast meetings will be held by the division for progress reports and for discussion of Ihe most effective means of support of Fe^era'ion a-'d CJA. The first of these meet: -qs will take place this Sunday, 10 a.m., at te St. Moriti Hotel. Hotel leaders ol Miami Beach were designated to cover specific areas on behalf of the campaign. Those receiving assignments for the South Beach are were Joseph Dallett. Michael Sossin. of the Blackstone Hotel, and Rose, of the Royal Palm Hotel. From 17th St. to the 7lst St area—Jack August, of the clay Hotel rrvina Frankel, of the Fairfax; Fred Jonas; David Ix-venson. Of the Algiers; William Silverstein. South Seas; Judge Morris, St. Moritz; Jerry Sussman, Carillon; Larry Sherman. Martinique; Sam Lachman. George Goldberg will be charge of the 72nd to 99th area, and Abe Gurevi'z. of the PitUburger Hotel, will be in charm' of the Miami area. and in St. IAIIIUK inuLUfll KAll Noted Cantor To be Heard Cantor Sholom Katz. of Washington, D.C will be the featured entertainer at a concert sponsored by the Hebrew Aca emy of Greater Miami on Sunday. Feb. 17. at the school. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. The concert will climax a county wide membership drive, according to Flyman Galbut, campaign chairman. At a meeting of the membership committee this week, plans were finalized to have all religious, service and civic organizat : ons here hold at least one regular organizational meeting each year at the school. Galbut is coordinating with officers of all local organizations in an appeal lor increased member .ship. 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    wmmmmm—mm College of Jewish Studies Launches Second Semester Here This Week Second si • ester o) n Ollege Jewfc -. h Id h •n with i'-" :'..' b '! sday, 8 p.m., Da loursi • u ill i in %  •£] • • ntary ||, Rosen..nz. instruct i Ii termediate ebrev instruc--. "Conversational II e b i e w," ids Gadon instructor; and "Post blical History i. %  Sih in, executive director of the Bu,il of Jewish Education, instruc\ now forum course being offeris "Messa %  o, the Prophets," study of the underlying thought d ethical pattern oi the Bibu>< I phots Revolving faculty in( ides Rabbi Samuel April, Coral %  ay Jewish Center, whose subject Dr. Deutsch Will Head CJA Unit Judge Irving Cypen, chairman of %  • %  • Professional Divisions of the mbined Jewish Appeal camign. Wednesday announced that 1 v Richard E. Deutch will servo head of the Dentists unit in the 'S3 campaign. He also announced that Dr. Carl 7f Baun.ann and Dr. Daniel R. J.anco will serve as associate i. airmen of the division. As loaders of one of the im r rtant professioi and as mem r rs ol the community, we value health and welfare of our fain s, our friends and neighbors and general welfare ol all in GreatI Miami.'' Dr. Deutch said. In ti. S Anniversary year, I ol division to join i :< %  Irving Cypen and our CJA campaign co-chairmen Samuel (Hand and Ernest Janis. in king the occasion a memorable %  a Persist %  %  %  • i • tret Hcrbei I I Ju and 1 I \. i %  n Is and P -. Dr. [erberl I I, T mple le ol a P m Schiff. Both i'l Congn 'The World is a Saul Rabin, Bi th l> ivid C "> n Human Nature bbi Herschel Brooks, Temple Zamora "Might, Power >r Sp'rit?"; Rabbi Maurice Klein, Southwest Jewish Center. "The Message ol the Prophet!—its Impact on Civilization Classes at the North Dado Branch of the College of Jewish Studios reconvened last Thursday with the first semester concluding on Jan 17. Courses in the Hebrew Depart nont of the College of J e w i s h Studios, under the direction of Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. and courses in •Hebrew Liturgy" and 'Teaching Methods'' will continue on Friday at the Bureau building. Faculty cf the College n the North Dado Branch includes Abraham J. Gittelson, Meyer Sand erg. and Herbert Berger. Revolving faculty for th? remaining sessions of the first so moster are Rabbi Nathan Zwit.nan, Louis Schwartzman and Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. 'ltv of T>-v.; B.h Shircrh hon-rI Skop, Mrs. Merrill Taub, Mrs. Mored at groundbreckina ceremonies held by the ris Skop. Mrs. Bernhardt Chesman. M:s. Louis Temple on Feb. 17. To be honored are top Heilberg. and Mrs. Robert Krohnnold. Groundrow (left to right' Sanford Dernis, Raphael breaking will be at the Temple's recentlySkop, Rabbi Morris Skop, Mrs. Jack Millman, acquired four acres of land at SW 120th St. Cantor Herman Gottlieb, Bernhardt Chesman. and 77th Ave. and Eli Skop. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Pre-School Confab to Open The annual pro-school conference for congregational schoolwill open on Jan. 1G, according to an announcement by Joseph Cohen, president ot the Bureau ol Jewish Education. The annual workshop sessions will run for five consecutive Wednesdays, alternating from Temple Monorah. 620 7jth St., Miami Beach, to the Bureau of Jewish Education Building. 133 NW 3rd Ave. On Jan. 16, at Temple Monorah. the subject will be "Religion in the Pre-School Program." A panel consisting of Ral bi Daniel New Program At Miami T )r. Emanuol Pushkin, chairman the program committee of the Miami Y.MHA. announces a new . wartment ut Beth Torah Congregation, under the direction ot MrRebecca Kay. will continue the theme of preschool programming for the months of December through February. On Feb. 6, the preschool department of Temple Beth Am, un der the direction of Mrs. Mina Goldblatt, will conclude the theme of pro-school programming, for the months of March through Ma) The final session of the seminar will schedule music for the preschool, under the direction of Mrs I lorence Goldrmg, music din %  I Temple Emanu-EI NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-stylel Ravioli •N SAUCE / \ Temple Sinai Adult Series -i now series ol adult education Mmat Temple Sinai of North > ami wnl be launched Monday J mng by Rabbi Daniel M Lowy, dual loader ol Temple Sinai Rabbi Lowy will discuss the 1 ad So;: ScrollSubsequent leeugbo il the n si ol January • February iiroad; listed as lecturei >bi I Po oi. Ti : lea R Samui I .i. ffe, TernjBoil, El of Hollywood; and 1 bin ii -rbert Baumgard, TernI Beth Am, South Miami. Brown Buckwheat Groati AlsofMo. A %  Creamy" NotrKMM N'Giavy WoNTiKf ska Soup Chase Federal Reports Growth In reporting on the progress made during the past year. C. L. Clements, president ol chase Federal Savings and Loan Assn., this week note i thai 1962 "showed the itesl increase in the 28-year history of Chase Federal." Assets increased $21 million bringing them to a now high of $143 million. "The growth chart of Chase Federal shows a steady gain each year since ii was chartered in 1834," Clements said. "In keep ing with industry trends. Chase Federal has shown a tremendous rVth in the past decade. In 1962, assets increased as much as the two previous years combined. "Chase Federal passed the century mark ol $100 million at the end oi 1859, and in jus) three years tered an increase in assets oi more Iban 49 per coin This has enabh i chase to Berve the ol n. -..nis of additional ler ." 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    .oqt* t-t\ *Jewist ncrkUain Friday, January "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4605 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 398 HIED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor FELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER C orrespondent Published verv Frl.lav nil"' 19?7 bv Thp Jewish Floridian • t 1?0 N.K. Sixth S(tf<-I. Miami 1. Florida. Secund-Cl.ias Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The Jewish Floridian hat abaorbed the Jewith Uni ty an d t JW.H Waekly. Member of the Jewish TetegrTMJhie Agency. Seven Arta Feature Syndicate. Worldwide Newa Service. National Editorial Ann.. American Aaan. o Enoliah-Jewiah Newapapera. and the Florida P-a Aaan The JH Ish l"l"ridliin dOM not nuuranlfe the Kashrulh of thf merrhandlae advertised In It* column*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area One Year $5.00 Three Yeara $1000 Out of Town Upon Requeat Volume 36 Number 2 Friday, January 11. 1963 15 Tebet 5723 Removing Some Of the Scaffold DOING THE FIGURE 88 #* The misunderstanding between -'.adassah and the Government of -:>rael raises many questions that 0 beyond the immediate issues :: the controversy. Only time can clarify the ma,i elements of the dispute: whe-er. for example, Hadassah is Drrect in its "precipitous" action. espite the long and arduous ne: otiations leadinq to the decision; or the Health Ministry of Israel : an be justified in labeling the -iadassah move as "one-sided'' : nd "unwarranted." But the more central issue inolves the relationship between -.iaspora Jewry and the State of .srael — a favorite consideration 01 Israeli politicians and social neoreticians, who frequently take delight in downgrading the Jew-ih community "me-chutz la'aretz." From a very realistic point of view, the .-.adassah action recognizes Israel's great Krides since her establishment, and suggests -iat Hadassah assistance is no longer needed -a certain geographic areas of the country. This is precisely the sort of reasoning for which .sraeli critics of diaspora Jewry say they have onged. This, indeed, would seem to be the %  voluntary submission of power for which they .• ave sought. Put another way: Prime Minister BenGurion has on more than one occasion referred to the scaffolding that the diaspora builders of the State of Israel refuse to knock down : nd remove now that the building is standing. At least on its face, the Hadassah decision would seem to be a positive answer to the BenGurion charge. Hadassah has a long history in Israel, par'.cularly in the field of health and medical welfare. But Hadassah is also a voluntary Zionist crganization dedicated to the highest purposes --nd greatest needs of Israel's pioneers. Ha: assah wants to serve them, and this, Hadas%  afa says, can best be done by implementing the move made several days ago. Isn't this part of the scaffold-removal j roject? Secular Law Victory The Shtarkes case has reached its climax ith the sentencing this week of the man who -•idnapped Yossele Shumacher. No matter which side the court would have favored, the State of Israel could hardly be the winner in vie eyes of Jews everywhere. Those who will say the court was right, rgue in terms of the modern legal process, r_nd in accord with the principle that the purrose of government, among other things, is to : rotect the integrity of the individual. There is no question that the relationship beveen Yossele and his parents was violated by zn outsider, for this is what Shalom Shtarkes .as, uncle to the boy or not. In addition, each Of the parties was injured personally by the .Meddling intruder, who took it upon himself .3 judge the validity and worth of the parentton tie in the Shumacher case, and to conemn it. On the other hand, there will be those who nevitably argue the merits of the court derision from the point of view of religion and "ewish survival. That their argument may seem weak today, whatever the merits of the principles they muster in its defense, is cerrjinly reflected by the legal opinion. As in the recent Father Daniel case, Yos--ele's kidnapping has two times in a row put .srael on the spot. In both instances, despite ne critics, who frequently point the finger of theocracy," secular law seems to have won ..i Israel. The 88th Congress Prospects for the new 88th Congress seem bright. All new things seem bright. Many of the old problems, swept under the rug in the declining hours of the last session, are still there to plague the nation and its legislators. There will be new ones to add to the burden during the months ahead. But this is the citadel of American freedom. This is the Government of the United States and its people. As the 88th Congress resumes the business of the land, we hopefully join our Senators and Representatives in a silent prayer for their successful deliberation. Judge Cypen Resigns Circuit Judge Irving Cypen steps down from the bench on Monday. His resignation came as a shock to the district he has served. The many expressions of regret offered by his colleagues in the judiciary, members of the bar, and the community at large are a tribute to him. Judge Cypen was appointed to the bench by Gov. LeRoy Collins in November, 1958. Two years later, he ran unopposed to succeed himself. During his tenure on the bench, he has added to the prestige of the court by his personal dignity and legal saqacity. His high level of juridical accomplishment will be missed. As he returns to the private practice of law, the community wishes Judge Cypen well. The Price of Freedom Israel's new budget may well tell all Americans that the business of operating a government today is an expensive thing. Inevitably, the expense falls on the weary shoulders of a weary public. That defense is so huge a consideration seems to be a sad but stark reality even for a country as small as Israel. And no one feels the need for defense more strongly than the individual Israeli, whose fierce pride in his freedom is challenged daily by an encirclement of hostile neighboring lands. In an address this week. Prime Minister Ben-Gurion warned his doughty nation that they were in for another belt-tightening session. Expansion programs, immigration, and defense among many other considerations all pointed toward another bout with austerity. But austere Israel seems accustomed to it. Grumbling though they may be. Israelis hopefully face 1963 in the manner akin to all hoe peoples: with a lopsided budqet laden by military expenditures and little sign of relief. during the week ... as i see i( by LEO MINDLIN A LOT of people hav., some unkind reran*." reply to my •unkind" here last week on the r refugees. 1 m as ^ tanan as the next fellou ,he ,' act •Jtal 1 -aid ,„£ nothing about the refu The point of the colum/ the Presidency and u, c who occupies that office u Whatever unkindnesia. • %  have been mustered were direeted against him — not the ref This is | Mgmficant distinction, and it is sad that .", nJh' controlled emotion was unnecessarily expended in defense of J had never been attacked. More important, a central ism. overlooked in the process, the role upon which the President seized as entirely his own with respect to Cuba and the abortiv of PigS invasion. What 1 said last week was that it is the nation at large and people who must assume the responsibility for the action I did here mean to deny, nor do I attempt to deny now. that Mr in his chief executive's capacity, personally contributed to tt ments involved in the catastrophic Cuban failure. Bui -he gov ment. in the final analysis symbolizes the decision, not any indiri or we hav< come full circle to American monarchy For this reason, responsible though Mr. Kennedy tns have I he possessed neither the moral right nor diplomatic jusi ftcatj congratulate publicly what is after all an illegal revolui. housed and nurtured on our soil, however sympathetic he may toward its Impulses and destiny. At worst, the President's amt rice In the Orange Bowl was hence an uncontrolled display off failure to understand the nature of the office he occui i Mr. Kennedy's gratuitous participation in the proceedu I downright foolish address he delivered there, were an • ,mpi t r f immature petulahci -: %  •:%  :• MISSIlt Sill A CASt IN POINT THE ACTION MAY have momentarily assuaged th< pecsonal pangs ol conscience, but it also did harm to the ti,e uf the government and nation he represent* w submerged to the higher interests of the other is etc;,: we pre no looter talking about representative demon That the President did not foresee this himseli strange And it is especial]) strange when we recall t: eandidate in 1960. Mr Kennedy made pointed reference, for • \jm*ptel to cultisl leadership tendencies in the U.S. Department Indeed, in the event he would be elected. Mr. Kenncd> : drastic revision of the State Department structure f&verning i TCI policy formulation .Neither can it be said of the President that has since failed to make some effort in this direction. His recent handling of the Hawk missile sale to Israel is ca-tl in point, where Mr. Kennedy has been bucking painfully ohvio3 State Department opposition to the sale and where, to neutralize the" President's action, for its part the Department now seems bent ocl selling Hawks to all comers in the Middle East. While this :.,rdj represents anything like the structural revision toward which he pre] sumably aspired—it more probably suggests Mr. Kennedy's person*. acquiescence to the statistical significance of the minority vote u[ his. own fractionally successful candidacy—I nevertheless raise iM question to illustrate the fundamental point of my column last week No one will deny that the Presidency repeatedly applies rJ prestige in the direction of fulfilling the personal commitments inaj needs of the man temporarily occupying the office. Right or vvmil these are the realities of the power facets of the Presidency in prac| tical operation. -j-:• •:• MOM PIOPLI ro pfoptr CONTACT BUT THE IMAGE must always be of a government in action ir. spired by the idealism and intelligence of its chief executive-1 and of the people in action—never of the individual President a-i actor. It was certainly generous of Mr. Kennedy, in his terrible hour of disappointment back in April. 1961. to accept the Bay o Pip failure as his own responsibility. Among other things, in n to pass the buck, he rose in the esteem of his own eountnrner.. Nevertheless, history must record the failure as America's rather than the President's. Similarly, whatever its consequences, history will record th< salt of Hawks to Israel as a State Department foreign policy d although the behind-the-scenes truth more likely suggests an inter neeinc struggle between Mr. Kennedy and the Department, w President, the nation's elected representative, initiating th< action | on the basis of his prior political commitments and statemencon inning the Middle East, and the State Department, its care, mats seeking to perpetuate their entrenched powers, hewin, lu a traditional anti Israel line that need show no expedient com for popular sentiment. In this regard. I am reminded of former President Eiser.l comments several days ago. during which he called for people to people contact, and reflected on the sagacity that the el the world tell their governments to go packing. Peace. 1 indicated, would be more attainable under such circumstances I governments are so often the principal stumbling blocks to i *# %  •!• •;• PLACING THE ACCINT WHttt IT BU0NGS THE CHILDISHNESS HERE is long past shocking. Mr Eise* bower's eight years in office speak for themselves, and have accustomed us to his self-imposed innocence. Neither am I t. % %  • ; wto say more about it than that the Eisenhower tenure was everything in his dotage he presumably deplores: a superlative example Of red tape bureaucracy, with military prototype chains of command SO complex that they removed the people from the business ol their government to the furthest extent possible: this was after all Ml purpose, to keep Ike away from the brutal realities of his office For his role was never to meet them, but to be titular commander ol those designated to do to Nevertheless, there certainly is something to recomun Mr Eisenhower's observation—not, naively, that human SOCiet) toward anarchy, but that governments more freely dispo~< selves to represent the highest Interests of the governed Pill another way, In terms of the Eisenhower suggestion, govi must ultimately achieve total spiritual contact with the individual citizen in order that the individual eiti/en and his government attain the blessed status of virtual Identity charitably, this is at least what I trust Mr Eisenhower meant bj hit. disarming if not mtoxicati to storm the citadel oi the body politic. Returning to President Kennedy, I hope it i> now clear tl did none of thes. thin when he stood before the nation i the Cuban refugees He made, not an identity of the people and 'her mm nt. hut oi the government and himself II 10 P M DAILY



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    Eleanor Steber Due Sunday With UM Orch. Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl MAN BEHIND THE SCENES: You never grow old in show bus! is, Best proof of lhat are Joe Birnbaum, Herman Rosen and Sol .ekstein. the impresarios who are staging "HoneymOOH in Israel, -•ening Friday, Jan. 11. in the new DILido Playhouse at the DiLido •el. Birnbaum. long-time radio voice here, mans the l>ox office in the el lobbj. Rosen, who's acted in, directed and produced Yiddish •vies and plays for more than four decades, has coordinated the nstruction ol the new stage and props at the DiLido, and Dickstein, veteran producer and publicist in the Yiddish theatre sphere, hops m New York to Miami Beach, thence to Montreal, with all the omb and verve of a youngster The threesome, whose combined ages would total more than 100 years, are on the go from early morn to ni.-jht, so enthused ar %  "*ey in their late venture, a season of the world's finest Yiddish :'ays and performers in Miami Beach. Their first, "Honeymodn in Israel.' stars Israel's favorite musical nedy performer, Max Perlman, with the original cast that rcored Israel. Audiences almost tore down the doors in Montreal less than two iks ago to see Perlman r and company. Originally booked for two a, it ran for eight. -* BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Dick Shawn, who was a homeowner : the Normandy Isles section of Miami Beach not so long ago. returns •re for an engagement at the Deauville. sharing billing with Ella ~>tzgcrald. Dick deserted us for the greener pastures of Hollywood •ovie-making and TV appearances. He was a Sunday golfer at Norandy Shores and Bayshore, and you can be sure he's returned with • ~ clubs. Met Opera star Richard Tucker is one of the many celebrities who ;me away raving about the Lucerne Hotel's uproarious revue. "You atta Have Mazel." Like the hundreds before him. Tucker blistered s palms applauding the mad antics of wonderful Tctie Fields. She's e "hottest" new comedienne around, having been signed fur a New Y.rk Copacahana appearance in the spring. The sensational dance routines in the "Crazy Craxes" revue at the popular Peppermint Lounge highlight four speedy-stepping young ~>en and women. The satirical bite of the foursome of Theodore .1. Flicker. Joan rling. Thomas Aldredge and James Frawley has kept audiences in happy frame of mind at the Coconut Grove Playhouse. The adept ting people have delighted audiences every night in the Bufman-lden presentation of "The Premise." which concludes its big run -inday. Opening Tuesday at the Playhouse will be two exceptionally ie performers ol stage and screen. Patricia Morrison anil Zachary ott. in The Four Poster." + LOOKING AROUND: Joe E. Ross, who bounced around from nightclub floorto hotel clul) date stints for years before making it big as e star of "Car 54. Where are You?" easily one of the funniest TV rials, never forgets a friend When things were rough, the Algiers save Joe E, plenty of club date sluts here. Now. whenever Joe E. is town, he makes ;i decline tor the Algiers and his old friends there. anager Jack Ross and CO-Owner Dave l.evinsun. First world premiere here this season is slated lor the C'arih en "Forty Pounds of Trouble" moves in on Jan. lti. with Tony Cur and Phil Silvers starring. In the meanwhile, the highly successfu %  'X office lure. "Gypsy," rolls merrily along with Natalie Wood and -alind Russell in the key roles. The Miami. Miracle and 16rd St. Theatres, in addition to the C irib. are showing it. The English drama of the young generation, stressing their morals, and lack of them, "A Kind of Loving," holds forth at the '^ayfair, Normandie and Sunset, with Alan Bates and June Ritchie as a sexplosive twosome. "Mutiny on the Bounty." "Lawrence of Arabia." "The Longest ay" and "The Brothers Grimm" are all topnotch road shows, on a vo-performances-a-day reserved set policy. They are set for long ins at the Sheridan. Colony, Lincoln and Florida. NIGHT AND DAY: No doubt you've heard the Ferrante and icher best-selling recordings of "Exodus" and "The Apartment" erne songs. Now they're here in person, those two wizards of the •eyboard, for a one nighter at the Miami Beach Auditorium on Sat:day. Jan. 12. They have turned out more than 30 record albums, nd they will mix classics and pops sprinkled with their humorous >uches at their concert. Leon Schacter's Yiddish-American stage presentations have been packing 'em in at the Cinema; This week's headlmers ar* the fabufous Israeli act, the Four Ayalons, held over by popular demand. The screen feature is "The Dybbuk," a Yiddish favorite. Patsy Abbott keeps 'em laughing at her intimate bistro. Patsv's 7 lace, on 23rd St.. on the Beach. Recent visitor was Lome Green. .ie tall and handsome star of TV's "Bonanza," with his wife, Nancy! Patsy keeps creating new attendance records every year. Her nanie now a national by-word in entertainment circles. DINING SPOTS: A dowager having dinner at Tony's Fish Market as wearing all kinds of jewelry, including a diamond ring of about 38-carats. "I wonder." whispered a waitress to a pal. "where she gets %  he strength to lift her fork" Foursome at King Arthur's Court %  >ere the R. E. Dumas Milners. of Jackson, Miss., and friends and rusiness associates, the Ray Griffiths of Coral Gables. Milner is here ar the National Automobile Dealers Convention from Jan. 12 to 16 The Golden Key, plush dining and dancing spot at Westbrooke Country Club, which is open to the public, features a multi-course trac'itional dinner on Friday. Catering manager Arthur Teichner has some special delicacies for the diners. In addition to the food, you can dance til 1 a.m. But it's advisable to make reservations at this spot. If s open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 5:30 on. The 1963 edition of Variety Club's "Show of Shows" will be staged :n the Miami Beach Auditorium on Thursday evening. Jan. 31, for the -cm-fit of Variety Children's Hospital. The annual show will have ;>ammy Walsh as general chairman and producer. He is completing rra:-.gements with one of the nation's top stars to serve as master ol :eremonies. flMNOR Sif£E Eleanor steber. a leading soprano „, the Metropolitan Opera Com pany. will be guesl solois itn ne University of Miami phonj Orchestra on Sunday evening al Miami Beach AuditorBnd vfon R] evening at Dade County Auditorium Conducted bj Fabien SeviUky. the symphony orchestra first pair 0 | concerts ol the New Yeai a „d fourth in the current winter ries will he highlighted l a %  | rmanci ol Gustax Mahler s S\ inphonv No I Miss Steber will sing four popu'ar operatic arias form "La Boheme," "Tannhauser' nd Pcs.m Beach Playhouse Opens Prank J. Hale has announced the entin ten-week season *'t a! tractions a! his Royal l' i use in Palm Beach Em phasis during the II K placed on tin return to the Playhouse ol the most p >pul i stars from past seasons and ;i refreshir varietj ol tare," Hale declared 0| ening (he seaso i Jan 21 will be Eva Gabor in "A shot in the Dark." to be followed on Jan 28 by Hans Conried and El'zibeth Ashley in "Take Her. She'.Mine." two comedy hits 01 the 1!H>2 Broad way season. On Feb. 4. Arlenc Francis, directed by her husband, Martin Gabel, will open m "Janus." On Feb. 11. will fellow "Write Me a Murder." last season's suspensefilled chiller. The following week. Hugh O'Brian will star in "The Tender Trap." Be jinnin Faye Emerson will perform the role ol Mrs. Lev} m Thornton Wilder near-classic, "The Matchmaker." Other stars to appear are Jack in "A Thousand Clowns," ;. and "Mary, Mary." with Jeffrey Lynn, Mar 25 Also returning to the Playhouse for his third appearance will belied Waring and Ins Pennsylvan ians opening Mar. 11. Rounding c ul the season lor the week be ginning Mar. 8 will be "The Rainmaker," starring Howard Keel and Inga Swanson. Subscriptions to the 10-week season will continue on sale until Jan 14, For information call 8.12-0569 or write BOX 231, Palm Beach. Fla. ZACHARY SLOTI 'Fourposter' Set For Playhouse Patricia Morison and Zacliarv Scott, two of the nation's ton stage and film stars, will officially launch the new season of the Coconut (".rove Playhouse when they open this Tuesday in the brilliant comedy. "The Fourposter.'' Coming direct trom a nationwide tour. Ix'th Miss Mori son and Scott have been unanimously acclaimed for their moving portrayals of the plays two central characters. Pro ducers are Zev Bufman and Stan Seiden. Playing foi a limited engage ment of ten days only, individual tickets, as well as season subscrip t ; ons. are now on sale. Performances are nightly, except Monday, at 8:30 p.m.. with two performances on Saturday evenings at 8 and 10:45 p.m. Matinees on Wed nesday are at 2:30 p.m. Trio to Perform Here Tuesday Beaux Arts Trio of New York will be heard in a concert Tues daj evening sponsored by Friends ot Chamber Music () | Miami at the White Temple Program will feature Trie X,, 2 in B flat major. Mozart: Trio No li in B flat major ("Archduke"). Beethoven; and Trio in 1 minor, Hvorak. Artists include Menahem Press ler, piano: Daniel Guilet, violin and Bernard Greenhouse cello "The Marriage of Figaro,-ln j also the soprano part in th fourth and final movemrnt 0 j the Mahler Symphony. Bedrich Smefara's "The Moldau" w ;n conclude the program. Miss Steber, a native i Virginia, holds a unique | in the world ol music a. L he fields oi concert, open tek vision, radio and recordings -r^ ii.lcrnationally-k'iow n sopra sunc more than 40 lea.In m her career, and she hoi honor ot having sung more •it the Met than ar.y Othei The lour anas which Miss s-,.|,. er will sing accompanied b\ the orchestra are Musetta's v. ;,itz, from Puccini's "La Bo] Elizabeth Prayer and Dich Theure Halle, from Wagner's "Tam i-." and D< h vieni, mm t: from Mozart's "Marriage ol Art School in Second Semester Art Unlimited School and Gal. lerj opens its second semester <>t art (lasses for beginners and advanced students, with enroll: dail) from 2 to 5 p.m., stn "Drawing tor Fun." Courses are under the direction of Warrand Sotted, formerly on the art faculty of the University ol Miami. There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 years of experience fostering good will in business and community .life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone HI 8-4994 WELCOME WAGON



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    Page 6-B +JmisJh Fk>rid£&n Friday, Ian uqT y <^ oc ia lit Continued from Page 1-B Hibbing, Minn. Center of attraction at the reception, MrHoma looked lovely in a white ana gold broeade outfit as she ait the lust piece oi the huge anniversary cake in the Sky Room of the Hotel Here lor the happy ocia-.ic>n. lieiman's sisters, Mrs. Joseph 1'yman and Mrs Harry Heckman, and cousin, Met, Michael Levin, all from Chicago Etsister, Mr.-. Frank SeidfeB, and her husband. Beverly Hi h, Calif., and a COUSiO, Mrs. Ben :ian. from Iron Mounts Mich. [n addition, many I cal long-time friends and others who made the trip from the Zone to enjoy the dancing, mi and happiness "i'h the Homes b \i <~s s a b c / V^/ f daugb'nd a hioi show Mrs. Man witi and her accordion will prefer Dorothy Lynn, Miami High, rice Cahn, membership vii pn sent a musical program who made her bow ;it the '•<'-'• lil fair, The folio roups will hold re jular monthly the k of Jan 14 Beach Hedassah Groups Plan Mid-Winter Membership Rally Here Next Month All Miami Beach Chapters of HaWednesday evening at Washington ast-ah are planning for the midFederal Savings and loan 1234 vnter membership rail) to be Washington Avc \ speaker rep ,„, High. Ken '' Feb I2 ""' resenting the CivU Defense Organ '' uvUe Hotel. ization will give an a ldr World Famous r.Ur Jatak K.n I, %  •,, III affirialr al faintir aiawamifa ay I'.palar Ilirrrlar, Iwik rar.iaBH. formerly at rrraalt Eaaaaarl OCEANFRONT AND OCEAN VIEW lOO* KOSHCR MEALS INCLUDED f. Siaaphaale Caair. FREE! fiili, Laaaf<• >ta tl" TV, raala Back raaaa Frra aair aarkln* aajalai kaltl W'lmi taiili • Maori Oaaaaa • Knl-rtalnraaat Nlfklly Many atkrr raalaras B>l im Sal*. Dailj ajaiaaiach •a Prtanin SO00 per a.iy D eQ dOK. c s-, (| ^** $13. J.v Jan. 20-Mjr. 20 $ • dble. occ. Olkrr raUi atnlakW Sail. s.,.. tairn* DIU N* r.ir. i IU( far ftlrahi. k >.i a (ar Kaakrr raali.dr -ntrt |* | CALL ABE ( JE 4-2141 CENTRALLY HEATED b AIR COND. (INOIV. CONTR.) eVT ^rf\-A Bay Hirbor Group luncheon meeting followed by a card parts r Monday, n a.m at the iingapore Hotel. \ -poeial pro-ram in honor ol S Jewish Music Month will follow the luncheon meeting of the Emma Lazarus Group .,ri Mondav noon at tin Barcelona Hotel. • ^ i i a •-'. '. > •: • s'. Deborah Group will have a re. alar business mi eting on Monda). Morion Towers Group will hear Mrs, Lillian Perlman speak on "Youth Aliyah" Monday, l p.m.. in the Chestokay Restaurant of the Morton Towers A social afternoon planned by Mrs Rose Kaplan will Esther Group will hear a review f "" uu •f "The Rothschilds" bj Louis • tchwartzman, executive director. Hanna Senesch Group will hear Jewish Education, on ;| review ,,( "Cast a Gianl lay, 12:30 i m., in the Washdow." bj Abe Gittelson, and see federal Savings and Loan the film, ".still They Come." on LOMBAHDY HOTEL The adK vow OPK\ TJE!£ rut: K*B r &! UNDER MANAGfAIEN font SAND-ELL £ STRICTLY KOSHW CATERERS I the (Under Strict aTohbir Supervision) Wf A1S0 CATER AT • MACE. OF YOUR CH' • Bar Mitrvahs • wi-. All Social Fanctioi Coll SOI WE:SS or IESTES %  UN 6-7761 UN 6 j Wl 5-4064 UN ( on Normandy isle. I. R. 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To be held in the Terrace Room oi Southgate, at 7 30 p m the affair will also Include a musical program by the choral group ol South) Henrietta Siold Group will hear a report from Mrs. Jack Davis, i r b o o k coordinator, Miami Beach Chapter, on Moi the Algiers Hoti l. Mrs. n,. r< sa Grosl erg vi cal st, will offer a group ol selections accompanied by Mrs Olga Bibor stem. > c A regular business meeting on < membership and the calendar year, hook, followed by cards, is on the i agenda for the Stephen S. Wise \ Group, with luncheon planned for noon. Monday, at the Barcelona Hotel. The Royal Hungarian -cs Restaurant! 731 Washington Ave. JE 8 .; Serving Delicious Food As Always ^^^^'^'^^'''^^ %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  %  aBMStaBSSSSJBnjBBBSa^-VBjBI STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaur nF taoth CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under || MI M-Mfltm.. I SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELORDERS TO TAKE OUT jd841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 5| KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. 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    T (Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY lume 36 — Number 2 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 11, 1963 Two Sections — Price 2'.' adassah and Israel Dispute Facility Transfer with Ministry ips 160 Firings Vne Sided' fcm SALEM (JTA) — The 8s-;ih Medical Organisation in salem sent this week dUnussmtices to 160 medical and adItrative staff members of a i; of its services and touched sharp dispute with Israeli ofH-. dispute turned on the ques ol responsibility for provision in annual budget ot 1,000.000 nds for Hadassah'.s clinics, welschool hygiene and dental |iccs. which Hadassah planto up nexl April 1 llada--.ill offered to turn the facilities to the Jerusalem municipal I and received some counterlosals, The dismissal notices Led refusal of the Health' S-tiy and the municipality to wr financial responsibility lie facilities. )eputy Health Minister YitzRafacl and Jerusalem Mayor rdechai Ish-Shalom fired off able to Hadassah's headquarin New York protesting the lissals, calling the action {warranted and one-sided." Health M : nistry reiterated proposal to have Hadassah r rqui


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    Page 3-J KNWly-^locted officers of the Israelite Center ^jBKjMft to light) Morris Aron, sergeant-atarmft; Ben Harris, seroeant-at-arms: H"nvn Rfta^J£hird vice president; Jacob Schiff. fir secretary: Max Garshag, treasurer; retary; Ronald Katz, recording secretary. "••Lewis Por. :,tz, president; Rabbi Morton Moiavsky, spiritual leader; Hyman Kirsner. outgoing president; Chester Leiter, first vice president; Max A. Parness, second vice prescient; Mrs. Harold Stanley, corresponding secisi |life Center Elects Officers Eherantz has been electAron and Benjamin Harris, serJit of the Israelite C'en <;eants-at-arms. ofticers elected at a. jere Jan. 1 were: Leiter, Max A. Parness in Reiter, vice presib Schiff, financial sec-, onald Katz, recording lln. Harold Stanley. ing secretary; Max treasurer; and Morris Board of directors includes Emanual Burt, Mrs. Elsie Eisner, Sol Feldman, Bernard I. Gelbert, Hyman Gorsetman, George Graham, Sidney Katz, Mrs. Sol Koenia'.berg, Morris Pegalii, Mrs. Phillip Richman, Nat Sanders, and Louis Sonsky. ns Here Install Officers Lodge 316. F. & A.M. 1963 on Saturday night at the Maits officers for the year sonic Temple. 9173 Harding Ave. mm>ISRAE"-WAL ESTATE WKHASED FOR DOLLARS %  Subm.t particulars to: L SIDNEY SALANT %  hlk Ave.. NY. 17 MU "7.IRS CHI FOR APPOINTMENT AT STERLING HOTEL Bag week el January 22nd. (ETH DIN OFFICE II DR. TIB OR H. STERN 10*1 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach Jl 1-1969 JE 1-6.50 Pomerantz has held various offices in the Israelite Center for the past six years. For the past two years, he has served as third vice president and chairman of %  he budget. A resident of Miami for 20 years. Pomerantz is a Certified Public Accountant in private practice. He is a past president of B'nai B'rith. past chancellor com-' mander of Knights of Pythias, and is now district deputy grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias. Pomerantz succeeds Hyman Kirsner. who was president of the Israelite Center for two terms. The outgoing president was presented with a plaque, "conferring The ceremony, which was t he title of honorary presidency conducted by District Deputy in tribute to the inspiring and Grand Master Harry A. Greenberg. dedicated leadership rendered the, a past master of Surfside Lodge. Israelite Center." was open to the public. Arnold Renkoff was installed as worshipful master for the coming year. He was assisted by M. M. Pollack, senior warden; P. J. Miller, junior warden; J. A. Oritt, secretary; and E. Buckner. treasurer, who have been elected to serve for 1963. Appointed officers installed were Mr. Rothner, senior deacon: J Pringle, junior deacon; K. Kasha, senior steward; S. Maiden.: junior steward; G. Olin. marshall; H. Abramson, assistant marshall; D. Z. Kleinman. tyler; and L. Parah. assistant tyler. Judge Cypen Steps Down From Bench Monday Judge Irving Cypen will step 'own from the. bench on Monday to resume the private practice" of law. Judge Cypen was appointed to the Circuit Court here in November, 1958 by GOV. LeRoy Collins He ran to succeed himself in the I960 elections He will resume the general practice of law under the firm name of Irving Cypen, with offices at 82541st St., Miami Beach. Jcdge Cypen announced his decision to resign from the bench, effective Jan. 14, in a letter .to presiding Judge Marshall C. Wiseheart on Dec. 21. Calling the decision "most difficult since my last four years on the bench have been among the most satisfying of my life," Judge Cypen said that "I feel impelled, however, to return to the practice of law solely because of the ever increasing economic needs of my family." Judge Cypen, among his many civic and Jewish communal activities, is vice president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and presided! of the Jewish Home for the Aged. 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    Page 12-A • 'JmMi ficrkfiair Noted Biblical Archaeologist to Lecture Sunday Friday. January |i Prof. Immanuel lien "Dor, professor of archaeology at Emory University, will launch the first in a three-part series of lectures at Temple Menorah on Sunday Ding at 8:30 p.m. The first annual Great Ideas Lecture Series was announced e last week by Maurice Revitz, sident of Temple Menorah. and Kabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spin tual leader. Prof. Ben Dor will c'iscuss "The Bible—Fact or Event" at the inaugural lecture on Sunday. He is the co-author of a fullcolor illustrated feature on "Church Found on the Bottom of the Sea" in a Sunday supplement published by the Atlanta Constitution last month. man's religious history. His ad-1 Pennsylvania Museum to the Near dress here Sunday will feature am East. He worked at the excavaanalysis of the relationship ofjtion of the Biblical town of Beth Biblical archaeological research. Shan in Palestine, near the Mey to the new lijjht shed on Biblical doom Pyramid in Egypt, near Moshistory, with some emphasis on sul in Mesopotamia, and in the the Dead Sea Scrolls discovery. : ancient Roman town of Minturnae. Prof. Ben-Dor was born in a Italy, small village in Eastern Europe. Between 1932 and 1836, he work received his elemental-) education ,,| m Palestine with Prof. W F. m Russia, his high school educaAlbright in Beth El and Petra. lion in Poland and went to college with the British School of Archae in Austria. lology in Samaria, with Sir Flinders In 1921 he settled in Palestine. Petrie in Gaza, and with Prof. then went to Italy, where he John Garstang in Jericho. I he came to the is r •tionofthcOrie,,,,! InsuJiS University of Chicago, "' For three years he Lecturer at the H School, and in 1998 he ed professorof Biblii ology at the School Emory University in \ PROF. BIN DOR studied at the University of Home and not his PhD in Oriental Studies. The article reflects Prof. Ben He returned tc Palestine in 1927, Dor's strong link with the science and joined the archaeological cxof archaeology as it relates to peditions of the University of Hadassah and Israel Dispute Unit Transfer Continued from Page 1-A i projects. He added that in communities where there was no %  municipality or Health Ministrj aid, Hadassah was willing to undertake responsibility but that the Jerusalem situation was different. He added that Haaassan was ready to contribute half of maini. nance costs in Jerusalem for the firsl year and one-third for the cond and third years. The Jerusalem municipality declined to ime any financiar responsibility, contending its treasury policy bans higher taxes. The Health Ministry is opposed to taking over local services but is willing to help. It appeared that the Israeli Treasury would have to step in. The Health Ministry protest brought prompt response from Hadassah headquarters in New York where Mrs. Siegfried Kra marsky. national president, called the Israeli protests "misleading." She pointed out that Hadassah had been negotiating for years with the Health Ministry and Jerusalem officials on the matter. Memorial Building To be Dedicated Dedication of the Dora Cohen Memorial Building of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami will be held Sunday. Jan. 20, at the school's new location. 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Unveiling of the building's corrafone is also scheduled at Hie ceremonies which are slated for 1" :30 a.m. Jacob Cohen and family will do the boners ai the dedication cere lea, to be followed by a lunchin tl e Max Silverberg Dining HaH at the school. Coh?n is honorary vice president of the Academy and founder of the Flatbush Jewish Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is president of the Biyalistoker Home for the Aged, also located in New York. Babbi Abraham Heller, spiritual leader of the Flatbush Jewish Center, will deliver the dedication address. She cited meetings with Mayor Ish-Shalom in November, 1961 and with Rafael in June 1962. She said that Hadassah had felt that through those meetings, "we had reached an understanding for the orderly transfer of the Jerusalem centers in which Hadassah would participate in the maintenance of the centers for the first few years on a gradually decreasing basis." She added that "in view of this understanding and our long standing tradition of 50 years of transferring well established services to local authorities, we are shock| ed beyond words at the public statements by the Ministry of Health and the Jerusalem Municipality which imply sudden and new action by Hadassah and ig-1 nore the negotiations conducted with them over a period of three years." From 1936 to 1V4S, he was Assistant Keeper of the Palestine Archaeological Museum in Jerusalem. During that time, he published a series of articles in professional periodicals on archaeological subjects and conducted the excavations of a Canaanite Temple at Nahariya, and of a Phoenician Cemetery of the time of the Israelite Kings, near Biblical Akhzib. In 1048. he became deput} director of the Department of Antiquities of the State of Israel, which position he held until 1954. when Yacar Unveiling The Dedication <>/ a Monument io the Memory %  ; ilic/... REBECCA YACAR B %  IM Mr\ D %  •.: El] Kill t.iljr place Sundoy, January 13th, at 12 Neon i i (hi Family /'.' %  %  Mf. Srtai Cemetery Ri v, rend Sidney N'ahmia Rabbi Albert Matai will officiate. Rrlifitr.> and friends t mi itcj iii attend. Arranaemettta h> Palmer** Miami Monument Company LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. 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    Page 6-A > kwist* Meridian Friday. J am uary in Shtarkes Gets 3 Years fcr Kidnap Continued from Page 1 A Russia ;m(i staled tha. the only evidence submitted on th : s point was thai the hoy's father, Alter Schumacher, had urged his wife to agree ins; hack, but this was at an early stage >>f their immigration am! certainly not alter they had found employment, set i p a home in Hoion and had re;>eatecily a.-ked for the boy's return from his grandfather's custod) Neither could Shtarkes claim exemption from the charges on the grounds that he was merely an agent of his father, who was custodian of the child and could advance an honest claim that he acted in good faith when he thought he was preventing the child's return to Russia, the court found. The judgment held that the accused clearl) perjured hilQelf when he told the l>ratl High Court he did not know Yossele's whereabouts when th/ boy's parents BOUghl a writ for his return. This was .1 deliberate lie. hut lor which th" seareh lor Yossele on three continents would have been shortened by two years. Alter expressing its view of the charges, the Court >aid it considered the petition ol Yossele's parentlor leniency, submitted by counsel in a itigation plea, and all other laclors in the pub lie interest. Training School Pinner Dance Miami Beach Jewish Home and Training School for retarded Children is holding its eighth annual dinner ; ance on Sunday, 7 p.m., at the Carillon Hotel. Evening will include Walter's Cafe Can Can floor chow. Ticket chairman is Mrs Harry Hrick. President of the school is Mrs Flla Wallinan. Miami Oleh Regel Tour' May 25 Will Bring El Al Boeing Jet to Airocrt Here In the spring ol l!W.'i. Miami planto chalk up another "first" which will reflect ancient history, the luxury of modern travel, the miracle t>f the State ol Israel, and the part Miami has played in making the miracle possible. On May 25 an El Al Boeing 7n7 Jet will land for the first turn al Miami International Airport and. after the proper ceremonies marking the occasion, embark on an "Oleh Regel Tour" TEMPLE NER TAMID PROUDLY PRESETS ITS 4th ANNUAL CONCERT CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH true TENOR ALEXANDER PRILUTCHI VIOLIN VIRTUOSO JASCHA FISCHERMAN CONCERT PIANIST ROSE BYRUM SOPRANO Saturday, January 19 AT TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th Street & Carlyle Ave. at 8:15 P.M. RESERVE NOW Call UN 6-8345 Contribution SI.SO En\oy A Wonderful Musical EXTRAVAGANZA "Oleh Regel" is an ancient tradition, in which Jews from faroff places joined in a pilgrimage ...^ cciei.i.nion of one of the principal festivals of the year The Miami Oleh Regel will journey to Israel for the celebration of Shavout, and then embark on a seven-day cruise of the Greek Islands, the exotic Turkish capital of Istanbul, Athens, Rome, Paris and neighboring capital centers. In 1962. Miami once again paced the nation for per capita Israel Bond sales, and the new recreational area atop Ml Carmel at the new Dan-Carmel Hotel in Haifa will be dedicated a.Miami Gardens" during the Oleh Regel Tour Between now and the launching of the Miami Oleh Heuel on May 2b, there will be a number of functions m behalf of the tour by the Israel Bond organization, sponsors of the Pan-American Friends ol Israel Good Will Tour, now broadening out to Buropen cities and the State of Israel. OPENING fRID AY NITE MAX PERLMAM ISRAEL'S CELEBRATED COMEDIAN "A HONEYMOON IN ISRAEL" with" the Original New York Cost in a Mirthful Yiddish Musical Play AT THE DILIDO PLAYHOUSE Lincoln Rd. & Collins Ave. Make Reservation Now for Every Evening 8:30 P.M. Mat.: Wed., Sat., Sun., at 2:30 P.M. Phone JE 2-8251 LISTEN EVERY FRIDAY Live from Radio WMIE at 4:00 P.M. MAX PERLMAN star of "A Honeymoon in Israel" Cardiac Chapter Sets Review Members of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. 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    r, January 11. 1963 UnistflrricKir Page 5-A Dade Federal Savings Statement of Condition December 31, 1962 ASSETS Cash On Hand and In Banks ..$ 3,691,514.62 United States Government Bonds 15,822,447.66 First Mortgage Loans 162,025,710.25 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2,523,583.8 1 Loans on Savings Accounts i 536,594.75 Real Estate Owned 1,165,495.56 Buildings, Land and Equipment... 5,188,228.61 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 627,356.59 TOTAL ASSETS $ 191.580,931.85 Savings Accounts $ 1 6 9,727,335.66 Advances From Federal Home Loan Bank 3,000,000.00 Loans in Process 3,185,229.67 Escrow Funds 689,920.09 Other Liabilities 223,87 1 72 Income Collected in Advance • 656,819.34 Surplus and Reserves 14,097,755.37 TOTAL LIABILITIES mm ^ t „ AND RESERVES $ 191,580,931.85 Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before January 21st earn from the first of January. CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE ON SAVINGS 4** A Year PAID QUARTERLY "One of the Nation's O/desf and largest" Bade Federal 4/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI iife\, JOSEPH M UPTON, President V'll tUOill Dade Federal HH ings accounts are insured up to $10,000 by the Federal S ivli and Loan Insurance Corporation. SCONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY MAIN OFFICE FLAGLER at FIRST • Allapottah Branch North Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch I Edison Center Branch \ H00 N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.\| 7th Ave. th Edi< St I 58 DIRECTORS JOSEPH M. IIPT0H ]'i: : ml CHARIES IEATTY IE0 ROIINSON I 'ict-PrttUtnt fiUS FEUER Ctmj'l C GE0IGE A.PRiCE I ..Prt i %  <***> SAMUEL UPTON • r IEON/UD im i i -.; i \irtr RONAID A UPIC1 .i, lislanl ti ibi Prt ultnt MHI0RD I. CLEMENTS Via PrtiiJnt %  % 



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    visit ffrriafitr? Page 13-B Jtjar ol for several years. i Idush luncheon following n mony will be held in hon: the Bar Mitzvah in Popiel .-Hid on Knday evening his ill host the Oneg Shah Debra Mid David Price first time in the IS history ot Plagler-Granada I enter, a brother and sister will observe their Bas and Bar Mitzvah. together. £„ *' Ttabbi DaviTTflosehferJi will ofDelate at the ceremony for David Barry and Debra Lee, children of Mr and Mrs. Grover Price, on Saturday morning. Jan. 12. The celebrants will be honored at an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening and a Kiddush on Saturday following services. • • • Lawrence Bart Lawrence Michael Bart will be Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 12, during services conducted by Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz at Beth Torah Congregation. The celebrant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bart. 19635 NE 19th Ave.. and grandson of Mr. and Mis. Jacob Roth, who will be here from Brooklyn, N.Y., for the event. An eighth grade student at North Miami Beach Junior lli^h. Lawrence has attended Beth Torah's Hebrew School for four years, where he is a member of the Tallis and Tfillin Club. He is interested in astronomy and chemistry, draws industrial i machines, collects coins, and plays i hess • • Mark Serkin Bar Mitzvah oi Mark Serkin will Eichmann Papers Go To Archives of Israel Lawrence Barf be celebrated on Saturday. Jan. 12. at Beth David Congregation, with Rahhi Norman N. Shapiro officiating. Mark is an eighth grade student at Shenandoah Junior High and studies the piano. His hobbies include many sports and coin-collecting. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Serkin will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony, and at a reception in the grand ballroom of Beth David in the evening. Ira Reschman On Saturday morning, Jan. 12. Ira. son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Reschman. will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi Allied Waxman officiating. An eighth grade student at West Miami Junior High. Ira plans to continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class. His parents will host the Kiddush in his honor. • • • Andrew Greenberg Dr. Irving Lchrman will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of Andrew, son Gail Sandier Andrew Greenberg Mark Serkin of Mrs. Martin B. Greenberg. during Saturday morning services, Jan. 12, at Temple Emanu-Kl. Andrew is a seventh grade student at Nautilus Junior High, where he plays saxophone in the band. He also studies the piano, and his outside recreations are volleyball and siamp-collecting. Following the ceremony, the celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall. # Gail and Gary Sandier Gail and Gary Sandier, twin daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Sandier, celebrated their Bas and Bar Mitzvah on Saturdav morning. Jan. 5, at Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated Eighth grade students at Nautilus Junior High. Gail and Gary were honored at a luncheon in their home following the ceremony, and at a reception and dinner dance at the Fonlainebleau Hotel on Sunday evening. Grandparents of the celebrants are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engelbert and Simon Sandier. Maternal great-grandmother iMrs. Lena Kurtz All are from Miami Beach. Bruce Kamelhair Temple B'nai Sholom will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Bruce Kamelhair on Saturday morning, Jan. 12. with Rabbi S. Max Machtei officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kamelhair will hosl the Kiddush following the service in their son's honor. Folk School Has Celebration Here A choir of 45 children from the ; Pinski Folk School will be featured at the school's annual celebration to be held on Sunday evening at the Seville Hotel. Also appearing on the program will be Chayle Grober, of the Hebrew Habima, and Cantor Mordecai Yardani. who will offer folk -onus in Yiddish and Hebrew, and lead community sing. Mrs. Aida Yaslo will be accompanist. II R SALEM — (JTA) — A, |lky volume comprising many | i.-.jreos of pages written by Adoll %  hmann in his prison cell, in the mths prior to his conviction and i-cution in Israel for his role in ID murder of 6,000,000 European; [AS. t as been deposited in the p-ael state Archives by order of im< Minister David Ben-Gurion. wa! disclosed here this week. |ntil now. the manuscript had en held by prison authorities. lYad Vasbem, the Israel center pgaged in documenting the Nazi locaust, had sought the manuinpt Mr its archives, arguing iat • would be an important as?• for its work if the manuscript ere placed at the disposal of reThe Premier, on the 1 felt that, since the trial )od Writer to Speak | lj known food science ictor Lindiahr, of Miami iii address the Shaloma : Hadassah on Tuesday at | nic Lodge, 10th St. and More than 200 women i ted to atten l the noon ; meeting, according to preiidi nt, Mrs Irwin | Chapter Sets Review I o; the National Chil Bn's ardlac Hospital. Miami t will hear a review oi I -childs' by Mrs, Frank | ..a Tuesday, 2 p.m., in Ivin Cohen Hall had been conducted by the State, everything relevant to the prosecution should be placed in the State archives. He issued the ruling after Justice Minister Dov Joseph pressed him for a decision. The contents of the manuscript were not disclosed, and may not be disclosed for a long time. However, it was understood that they combine Eichmann's memoirs with reflections on Nazism and other subjects, representing an attempt by Eichmann to shed his own responsibility for the Nazi murders. Garden Club Meets Monday Mt Sinai Hospital Garden Club held its January meeting on Monday noun at the Miami Beach Garden Center. Program was titled "Company Is Coming.'' Plans were discussed lor the group's annual flower show to be held in February, and chaired by Mrs Leonard Franti. Guesl arranger was Mrs M S l'arrar. nationally-accredited flower -how .indue. 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    Friday. January 11. 1963 ^Jewisti FleridNann Page 11-3 [Mt. Sinai Announces New Local High In Minimum Base Pay for Nurses A new local high in base pay L.laries at Mt. Sinai Hospital for! [neutered professional nurses was; h-cached Monday, according to an! Lnn.Hincement made by J. Gerald I I Leu is. president of the hospital. The minimum base pay, which Inow (J08 from $74 to $79 per ( Leek, will be the highest base pay I lor registered nurses in the Grcat,r Miami area Lewis also stated Ithai the board of trustees has lagrced to pay an a 'litional $6 per' eek to those nurses working the I,,,:, noon and night shifts. "Although these adjustment* bring our salaries to a new high in this community," Lewis Rabbi Caplan To Speak Here Apart ol the adult education at Temple Ner Tamid, on i .,i.i\ evening, Rabbi Jonah spiritual leader of Temple Adath Yeshurun, wiO speak On' Emergence of Modern %  Nationalism Lectures are held every Tiles%  |0 p.m.. in the chapel ol remple, and a question and r period follows. mbevg, educational diol the Temple, lias return %  csdaj morning Hebrew i and Aaron Center conclass in conversational on Tuesday evening at ;> ill pointed out, "w are not interested in attracting local rtjister ed nurses away from their present position*. Rather, we are interestec* both in retaining our present staff and aiming at re. cruitment of the out-of-town nurse. 'We hope that with these new •alanes which are in keeping with national trends we will altraet many additional competent and skilled registered professional nurses from other parts ol the United States. who would like to COme to Miami Bcuih and wink in our hospital." According to hospital statistics, 1!H>2 was a record year tor patients treated at Mt. Sinai, and hospital authorities slate! tint all present indications are that 1963 will see a new record for the hospital. "In order to maintain this high level of patient care and progressive personnel practices, and to further this poticj for 1963, we are anxious to attract a large number of highly capable professional nurses," Lewis noted. Senior Citizens Elect Wodin iftV'NG WODIN 'Art of Makevp' Regular meeting of the B'nail B'ritn Women ol Coral Gables will he hold on Tosday evening at Millel House. The program. "A New Year A New Yon.'" will he the •\r el Makeup," by Kelyn del Russo and Beryl Wright Mem hers will participate as models. Mrs. Sidney Sanders iprogram chairman, Irving Wodin has been elected | president of the American Fed-; elation of Senior Citizens of Greatei Miami tor 1963. He will be inStalled, along with the other new officers, at ceremonies highlighting a mass rally of senior citizens Sunday, 2 p.m.. at Bayfront Auditorium in Miami. Wodin. manager of Florida Smoked Fish Co.. has been one of the pioneers in the establishment of senior citizens' organize tions in this area. Harry A Leventhal. a retired insurance executive, was elected as chairman of' the board of directors and as first vice president. Morris Feinstein will be installed as second vice president; Mrs Morris Feinstein. secretary; and' Dr. A. Nemser, third vice president. Members of the board of directors, in addition to the officers, are Rev. Edythe Adley, Florence Blakley, Selma Borgavoy, Frank Brandt, Tillie Brandt, Myrtle Chesnut, Ruben Gould, Harry Kamaeher, James H. S. Hamer, Betty Hamer, Ben Kar! Rocker, Martha Schrum and Bernard Sternick. Judge Norman Blakiey v .-i elected legal advisor. He a was selected as an honorary bo; member, along with Rep. Clau : Pepper, Judge Henry L. Balab. Rev. Hugh Murphy and Mich. Sossin. Sossin will serve as install: officer at Sunday's rally, which • free and open to the public. Dr. Blue Carstenson, of Wa• ington, lie. national executi director of the National Council Senior Citizens, will be the pn cipal speaker. He will talk on t prospects for medicare in the D session of Congress. Mrs. Henry L. Bataban is ent tainment chairman for the ra. Miami Beach attorney and cant Joseph Malek. will sing the i lional anthem. A new film, "F Hie ReSl Ol Your Lite will shown. Rabbi Labovitz on Television Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spirit leader ol Temple Ner Tamid, v. be host on the Jewish Worst Hour this Sunday, 10:30 a.m., o\ VVLBW, Ch. io. Also on "he i gram v. ill be Cantor Saul Breeh and Joseph Schreibm musical director of N> r Tamil Blcsberg Reveals Future Plans Blasberg this week ii.it he is now nulc%  laged m the practice lirectiag. He will be facilities Ol Newman i at 1333 Dade Blvd.. B ach, has been a resident I i past 17 year-, .mil it many organizations ; University of Miami .p • rican Academ) of • Hi' in New York Citj %  r, the late Irving Bias nleader hi re and i cecuth e in Hie [until profession. es with his wife. ..nd two children. Mic'iIra, in Sky Lake. Cantor Breeh let for Concert i antor Saul Breeh will be fca 1 the fourth annual Ternv r Tamid concert at the TernSaturday, Jan. 19. %  ., on the porgram will \li xauder 1'nlutchl, vio1060; Ko.se V>\ rum, colora; iprano; aid Jascha Fischrman, with accompanists Kay and Joseph Schroihmaii. usic director of Temple Ner i concert committee includes Irvine C. Spear, chairman; Louis in, public relations; Mrs Geld, ticket chairman; and Samuel Greenfield, Adolph Green baum, Joseph Silverman. Charles Abrarason, William J. Harris. Albert Rosenberg, Paul Press. Dan Piver Joseph Kahn. ticket com nun. %  Chonufco Prize Winners Winners in the fourth annual ka home decorating contest sponsored by the Coral Way Jew1 li Center were Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Fogel, first prize; Mr. and Mis. Lewis Rutstein. second; Mr. nd Mrs. Morton Schultz, third; Mr. and Mrs. David Binklcr and |Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lubin, honorable mention. |Befb 4m Inleriaith Dinner On Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 6:30 II'm., the Brotherhood of Temple *eth Am will hold its annual interfaith dinner Joseph Molien. firothcrhood president, has extended an invitation to men of all faiths to attend this affair. DAIRY DISHES & SNACKS TASTE BETTER WITH BREAKSTONES (Just as they always have) Anyway you slice it, a tempting spread! Put the best where It belongs-on your table. It's a good family custom Anytime you serve, pick Breakstone's and enjoy the realty fresh, creamy rich goodness "bargain dairy" products can't duplicate. Dairy meal or friendly snack, make Breakstone's part of your good life today! good dairy to* you from xcsnxQrx



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    %  ^a^WJ^Wi % %  %  > % %  > % %  i Pcrge 12-B vJenist flcridbftri Friday, January || SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER It was 1935. and the man had cancer in his throat. He had two courses of action: X-ray treatments, in which the results were uncertain, or removal of his larynx, accompanied by a total loss of speech. The devastating choice was made, and his larynx was removed. But one of his doctors was gripped by the man's tragic dilemma. Esophageal Speech In that era of medicine, saving the patient's life was all most doctors aimed for. But Miami's own Dr. Nathaniel M. Levin felt he owed still more to his patient. Why not try to utilize some rt of substitute mechanism (which had been experimented with by a scant few European and U.S. physicians) to teach people w ithout larynxes to speak'.' For Dr. Levin, the concept of true healing dictated that rehabilitation was part of the cure. With great investment of time, effort, study and patience, he succeeded in developing a new technique of teaching people how to speak without their "voice boxes." The secret lay in swallowing air through the mouth, and with the help of abdominal muscles, pushing the air back out again, chopping it into speech with the teeth, tongue and lips as the air is expelled. Once nicknamed "belch-talk." medical men today call it Esophageal Speech. This method became publicized through presentations at medical meetings and word of mouth. Dr. Levin was deluged with mail from all over the world. He has just been awarded his ninth federal grant -'to teach teachers" who are spreading his technique throughout the globe. He has taught some 300 highly-educated speech therapists and physicians, including his charming wile. Sylvia, who has become so proficient that she teaches many patients herself. He was the subject of a recent Time Magazine feature. Dr. Levin Is convinced that smoking, among other factors, is a prime cause of cancer. Like increasing numbers within the medical profession, he believes people who smoke are engaging in a dangerous practice. Inhalation of industrial and automobile fumes is considered another cause of the ciisease. Dr. Levin urges people to consult a laryngologist if they can't rid themselves of hoarseness after threeweeks of duration. Young Adults Sponsor Dance Young Adults Ol Temple Ner Tamid are sponsoring a dance on Sunday night in the Starlight Room of the Biscayne Terrace Hotel, Music will be by Walter Goodman and his band. The group's regular meeting will be held at the Temple on Wednesday evening. UN Group Will Be Given Slate A slate of officers tor 1963 will be presented by Mrs. Toby Emanucl. chairman ol the nominations committee, to the Miami Beach Discussion Group of the Greater Miami Chapter of the American Assn. for the United Nations. Reorganization meeting will be held on Monday evening at the Miami Beach Federal Saving and Loan Assn., 407 Lincoln Mall. Guest speaker will be Col Frank Dunbaugh. whose subject is "The Need to Strengthen the American Association for the United Nations." President is Joel' Newman. Melina Mercouri and Anthony Perkins star in the lev "Phaedra," opening Wednesday, Jan. 16, at Wometcc fair, Sunset, Parkway and Normandie Art The Slate Tag Days For Cardiac Urit Pioneer Skills Formerly a resident of Philadelphia, Dr. Levin was transferred to Miami during World War II while serving as a flight surgeon in the Navy. Presently dividing his time between his surgical specialty and speech rehabilitation. Dr. Levin is more enthusiastic than ever about medicine. Understandably, his greatest reward has been the friends he has ma wnl wind up an intensive Di li cation Week program. Joseph A Garueld is general chairman ol ine gala function slated for !!'.< %  netcis grand ballroom, expected >o attract nearlj i.; M ,o guests George Coury is associate chairman, and Lee Ratner is honorarj cnairman. Mrs. Henry Jacobson, co-chairman with Mrs. l-.mmer of the Tag Days, said more volunteers still are needed to "fill ln some of the aew territory added since last year oy our steadily increasing 'and spreading population.'" I Miami Beach will limit its Tag jDay operation to Jan. 12 and 13 under the chaiimanship ol Mrs 'George Geier. They have set up Wife KASHA Vdlma, avautrlOwn Brow* Buckwheat Groata. Alao enjoy Wolff's Creamy Kernels (grits) Kijhs 'NGravy, Kasha Soup. f*ff, KASHA COOKSOO0 JJt address request to: I hllia WelH, Pan* Yan. N. toi TETLEY TEA INSTANT OR IN BAGS ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE tfft**ftNft. word "Swlta.rl.ndon ft. ft*. Chr** you buy... c hu„k or .lied... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland wnv •wnolti led res With lap arsis/. TtHay has that full, wonder. ful "tiny httla tea leaf flavor". A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837



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    r. January 11. 1963 ** Jewish fhrirfinr Page 5-A %  1 — r—r1 Dade Federal Savings /1 Tim i •-'"'5 A. I e-l|&£3 51 £;*ii *f H V*"**!* iMPlKB^ .jfc*csx^: Statement of Condition December 31, 1962 ASSETS Cash On Hand and In Banks ..$ 3,691,514.62 United States Government Bonds 15,822,447.66 First Mortgage Loans 162,025,7 10.25 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2,523,583.81 Loans on Savings Accounts 536,594.75 Real Estate Owned 1,165,495.56 Buildings, Land and Equipment... 5,188,228.61 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 627,356.59 TOTAL ASSETS $ 191.580.931.85 Savings Accounts $ 1 6 9,727,335.66 Advances From Federal Home Loan Bank 3,000,000.00 Loans in Process 3,185,229.67 Escrow Funds 689,920.09 Other Liabilities 223,87 1.72 Income Collected in Advance • 656,819.34 Surplus and Reserves 14,097,755.37 TOTAL LIABILITIES m ^ m M >*A M *I iAND RESERVES $ 191,580,931.85 Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before January 21st earn from the first of January. CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE ON SAVINGS 4** A Year PAID QUARTERLY < .Li "One of the Nation's Oldest and Largest' j0ade Federal t/AVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION of MlAMI .\ttoL 11 ilm:ii si A : I, JOSEPH M UPTON, President IX.do Federal saving, accounts art insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. 5CC>NVENIENi" OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY MAIN OFFICE FLAGLER at FIRST • Allopattoh Branch North Miami Branch I Tamiami Branch Edison Canter Branch \ MOO N.W. 36th St. I 12370 N.W. 7th Ave. I 1901 S.W. 8th St. I 5800 N.\|7th Ave. anch fdis th St. 58 DIRECTORS JOSEPH M. UPTON J'I : : CHARLES IEAITY 1 iei-Priiiilmt 1(0 R0IINS0N I 'ici-Prisultnt JjUS fEUEX GE0IGE A. PRiCE I id Pi SAMUEL UPTON %  r LEONARD IAR* J rr.i irtr MIU0ID I. CLEMENT* t'ht



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    All About Ike HAVING A PARTY — Aboard A Yacht — Why Not ? ? No Yacht! Set> Neptune Boat .... Yacht Sal:s and Chartert 1313 79th St. Causeway PI 9-8567 By MAX LERNER When a former intimate of a political loader turn? into a perverse %  well and writes .i scathing account oJ the great man and his comles-tt-armi the reading public is titillated. That is whal has hap ned to Emmet Hughes' recent article in Look "The Eisenhower I ew." If Hughes had written a glowing account ol Ike and his circle we • tuld have given it our unqualified apathy. Sweet news Is no news. t Hughes describes ikes bouts ot sudden anger, with adrenalin mpfeng out at a killer rate; Ike hlurting out his infelicities at Cabinet meetings ("I'd like to see ns sell the whole thing (the TVA), but I ppose we cant go that far"); Ike bored t<> distraction with Dulles the slow glaze across (he blue eye-, signaling the. end of all mental ntaot"); the gaffes ol Defense Secretary Wilson, fresh from General Motors (which once moved Gen. "Persons to scrawl a pained note to Hughes. "From now on I'm buying nothing but Plymoutlis" >; Ike ordering his aides to compile a treasury ol tributes to his power of c mmmd from great men around the world; Ike calling Adlai (after let-the-cup-pass acceptance speech) "a bigger faker than all the -t Oi them;" Ike saying ot Nixon. "I've watched Dick a long time d he just hasn't grown;" Ike suspecting that after the heart attack xon wanted !.hc Vice Presidency again because he was awaiting hiN -ablement." We relish these delicacies of disclosure as we relish all gossip. rticularlj gossip about the great and near great, probably because reduces them to our common clay of humanity • • • The trouble with most of our big over-all histories is that the hislans who write ol wart election campaigns, big decisions and social \ements find much ot this unbuttoned kind of history a little be•ath their notice No one of course can write about the great age of the French monarchy without using the Due de Saint-Simon's indalous historj of the royal court, nor can anyone write of the Romance i!, Italy without referring to the dark deeds of the wicked eat f;n. r evealed in intimate memoirs. In a few accounts of : rtain great men this hacrept into the American histories too. But the whole our histories remain eminently edifying. We don't tell the whole truth about the intimate protile ot treat die figures, and we don't dare tell anything like the whole truth ml then prh;ite li ves, This i> because our culture i> highly moralistic and Puritanism • i hangs h. avj upon it like a smothering dark cloak. It would be .id Caste" t;> tell the whole truth, and "irrelevant." The fact is ..; oui histories, despite our bows to the culture and personality, re ain primarily political histories. The great ligures remain contesV its in a party struggle, where the rules of the game have to be ob• ved. ingtea I ol being seen as symptoms ot thentime and place— perspective from which their very human frailties would l>e revealing ^ the culture as a whole. Betides, most ot our histories end up as texts in the schools, and %  could .-hock the kiddies. "Paint me as I am. warts and all.'* said Comwell We omit the warts—except in magazine pieces like this one :: Emmet Hughes' which will probably not be exen a footnote in the r -tories HOUSEKEEPER-COMPANION FOR SEM-INVALID WOMAN Strictly kosher homo. Excellent position for one who qualifies. Local references required. MO 6-2392 Mrs. Matter. HEBREW PRACTICE Reading • Talking I AM qipd-s. Sunrtav 2 to 4 n.m. ( Begins Jan. 6. Adults. Write for | r-. rembenh ; p Harvey Lee. 1511 I (SW 5th Ave.. Miami 36. Fla. i Phone 3740791 I AUTO LIABILITY FOR ALL! Representing Only the H.ghest-Rated Companies GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 163rd Street at N E 18th Court Wl 5-4335 SHIP YOUR CAR HOME! Investigate first with Miami Chambers of Commerce LOW RATES NO PASSENGERS Full Owner Protection RELIABLE 1100-5th St., M.B. JE 8-0421 24Hour Service THE BEST BUYS IN OADE &. EROVVARD COUNTY HOUSES ALMOST NEW FROM $150 DOWN — $50 MO. 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All I suggest ithai we treat history as a total picture, applying • it the unsparing honesty whose absence is always an insult to the, Kit 1 suppose thai Emmet Hughes' article—and the book on Eisenhower; ich ipromised later—will be attacked as being in bad taste I'eri pi it but 1"! i historian taste is ot little moment, compared with] nesty and truth Hughes wrote the clinching speech of the IHDL' cam* :\. in which Eisenhower promised be would go to Korea. Alter .,: he becamt the President's chief speech writer, and had a chance watch i '.IT and the inner circle rather closely for a time. ^ !" nsssssssss.s^eisssssissssssssssssssssissisjsss thing hi rite in hia book on Eisenhower could equal the --———————————athinf qualit; I Hie bn.,k he wrote in 1959 on the Eisenhower-Dulles t Liverpool Hebrew Schools H.I the Vincible." in fact the real qu< tion one has about Hughes is not whj he tells or almost all. now. but how he stood it as long B8 he did in the rmosphere ol the mediocre men who surrounded Eisenhower in the abinetj The storj h;is been toid of how he was brought into the sancl m sanctorum bj C l Jackson, himself a maverick in the group t how could be take tb< drear) mediocrity he new describes in his iked!; deadpan account of the Cabinet conferences, and how did the ers lake bun" • HOPE PLACE, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND ] t Farmer pupils are requested to contact | J Secretary E. Felton S, Oxford Street. | I Liverpool, 7. Regarding important I | matters affecting schools The moral, I suppose, is that every President should beware of losing a writing man aa close advi-er. since advisers tell, and even e most casual remark may be handed on to the generations. Or it must pick a writer, let it be one unmistakably of his own cast ot >UKht. who will immortalize him. instead of one who will become Hugherow describes himself "a dissident Democrat" and a colmist to boot DR. R. C. 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    TO BE NAMED 'WOMAN OF THE YEAR' Mrs. Grossinger Luncheon Friday 'The crucial buttle for the minds of men can he won only through education, and the Hebrew I'm verslty of Jerusalem, a now Institution in a now country, one backed by the tradition of centuries, can contribute Immeasurably lo !us battle for men's minds This lwhat Tom Adams. Florida Secretary ol State, 1expected to discuss in an address Friday al the luncheon oi the National V omen's Division. .\ m e ri c a n Friends of the Hebrew University, slated for the E en Hoc Hotel at 1_-::S0 p.m. Adams, paying tribute to Mrs. Jennie Grossinger. who will receive tieFlorida "Woman of the Year" award from the women's croup in the form o f an illuminated scroll executed by Sol Nodel. Irving E. Miller entertains hostesses for the Jen. 11 an of the Year" Luncheon at her Sunset Island home. rs of the award committee of the Women's Division. can Friends of the Hebrew University, discussed the which will include a lyrical bouquet offered by Mettan Opera star B'anche Thebom in honor of Mrs. Jennie inger. Florida "Woman of the Year." Mrs. Miller Utandls shown with committee members. Mrs. Norman Klein pnd Mrs. Jerome Greene. Charles P. Feinberg (left), vice president of the Federaof Jewish Women, is shown with Mrs. Irving Fell (center). dent. Jewish Family and Children's Service Women's ittee, and Mrs. Burton B. Goldstein (right). JFCS presthe famed illuminator, is also expected to -ite Mrs. Grossinger as "an outstanding citizen of this great slate, a woman who has <;;\ ( i. -o freely of her time, her energies and her talenttiial Others might live a more fruitful 111 Mrs. Grossinger is being "horrid for her achievements in commerce, for her humanitarian activi • and h r inter* si In the liebrew University of Jerusalem." Mis Grossinger ia national vice president ol the Women's Division. Ano'her speaker, Mrs Leonard Shankman, one of the divisionleaderfrom Scarsdale, N.Y.. will bring greetings from Mrs Louis S. Gimbel, Jr., national president. and a tribute to Mrs. Grossinger. Mrs. Sharkman is expected to characterize the students at lie brew University, in (be words of a former president of that ir. tution, as the best in the hist ol the university, They sense of en *hich brought about IIK r< n the school." Some 50 students from Eun Asia and Africa > ho %  area colleges and universil will be special guests. Their pr ii the gath( ring, d< dici 'n ihe theme. "Women—Pace •• • lor World Peace." was aed by the contributionof M Jack S, Popick, a vice presidi ol the Miami Women's Divisl and .lack D, Gordon, Dado Coir School Hoard member and pr denl of Washington Federal. Mis Samuel T. Sapiro Is ch man. Mrs. Anna Brenner Me) is award chairman, and Mrs. S.id Simonhofl heads the local vision as president. %  t th< w< ovnan s 'WorlJ "drewiislri IFlLoinidliiaiti Miami. Florida, Friday, January 11, 1963 Sect.on I Women's Federation in Opener ng leading women's organizations at the President's ncil meeting of the Federation of Jewish Women were to right) Miss Lillian Goodman, president, Miami Beach pter of Hadassah; Mrs. Raymond Rubin, president, Greatiami Section, National Council of Jewish Women; and Jean C. Lehman (richt), chairman of the day and vice Bident of Federation of Jewish Women in charge of the Bident's Council. over -to leaders ol "omen's organizations in Greater Miami, comprising the President's Council of the newly-formed Federation of Jewish Women, took part in the first meeting ol the organization la. t week held at Ihe home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle In the Imperial House Arthur s Rosichan, executive director ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, called upon all women's organizations in the community to work harder than ever before and to do more in leadership, in services and in philanthropy, serving both at home and overseas." Mrs. Jean (' Lehman, vice president in charge <>f the President's Council, conducted the meeting and noted that "virtually every leading Jewish sponsored women's organization in the community attended." She called this "the launching point tor a more unified and productive Federation of Jew i.-n i.uulen than ever before." Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, president oi the Federation ol Jewish Women, noted that the Federation will be active throughout the year "On this basis we will do far more than conduct a Combined Jev ish Appeal Women's 1).vision." she noted. "We hope to do better than ever in the drive, and at the same time share education and knowledge of Federation's role in the Community and the best methods With which we can go forward in education, in the development of new leadership and new resources of leadership." Vice presidents of the new organisation include Mrs. Lehman. Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. community educational vice president; campaign vice president. Mrs. Jack Ablin; community resources vice president, Mrs. Irving Lehrman; and community coordination vice president. Mrs. Gerald P. Soltz. Taking part in the first meeting of Federation of Jewish Worren at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle are (left to right) Mr; Anna Brenner Meyers, president of the Federation of Jewish Women; Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, regional president, Women ? American ORT; and Mrs. Esther Lerman. president of tr. 5 Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Council: rn n i u J A by ISABEL GROVE wish Floridian Book Editor Will Join Panel ks that have become best ts, and those never reaching j best-seller lists, but which Id be read more widely,, will Jlscu-sed by a panel of authoriIhere next week. lary Mindlin. book editor of I Jewish Floridian, will join the panel of experts in a program i entitled "Why and How Best-Sell{ ers" at the Miami PuWic Library j next Thursday, Jan. 17. at 8:30' p.m Also on the panel wftl be Henr\ Cavendish, of the Chicago Tribune; Joan Nielson McHale, of The Miami News; and Beatrice Wash burn, book editor, Miami Herald. Charles Genthe, professor of the Division of Communications at Dade County Junior College, will serve as moderator and conduct the question period following the panel discussion. Visitors from New York being entertained by local friends The Abe EisenbergS, 1000 Stillwater Dr.. entertaining Rabbi and Mrs. Henry Schorr at the Waldman Hotel Tra ltional Friday evening dinner for Lou and Lynns Levin and t h e J r guests, the Murray Grosses, in the Golden Key Room of the Wcstbrooke Club Gross is national chairman of the American Veterans Assn.. and Commissioner of Humanities of New York City And Golhamitcs. the A. A. Rosens, he's owner of the Astor and Manhattan Hotels in the Big City, have taken a Miami Beach apartment at the Hampshire Towers Flew in this weekend SO that she could supervise the furnishings and decoration of the two bedroom suite. # • Dining at Victor and Anne Bidone's De Continental Restaurant. Ed Sullivan. Ben Ganuand his beautiful wife, Joan Abbott Proving a point that there's jllSl one place to spend a win' vacation, Charles Rosenthal New York, and wife Cora rived last week for i stay at I \ Eden Roc Haven't miss< year here -nice the early 192 A holidaj dinner for 139 al I Dupont Plaza Hotel to celebr a half century of "togetherness" lor the Homas, Herman I. I Etta, who were married Dec. 1912. in Minneapolis ...!{• dents here from 1917 to 1915. they now live in the Pan.. Canal Zone, which is not soo far away for frequent visits here sea their many friends Sharing the festivities and the pleasure of remembered incidents and surroundings, son C. Wi iam Homa, wile Irene, and th< lour. Bruce 13, Cary 10. Diane ', nd Dean 6 The junior Homaalso call the Panama Canal Zone home no / And the former Barb Homa. husband Manuel Stei and daughter Martha 12, f Continued on Page 6-B



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    Her/, Jar.'-~^^TL196J fJewisti fhridUan Page 9-A U % % %  *• • Whatever Yom %  %* !._.. A T.. 1962 GREATEST GROWTH YEAR for CHASE FEDERAL We've Grown $ 21 MILLION Total Assets now exceed $ 1 4 3 MILLION %  %  >m BUILDING % % %  m r~ The year 1962 saw (he greatest growth in the 28-year history of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association. The growth in savings enabled us to fill the mortgage needs of many additional customers, who appreciated our low cost and fast service for their mortgage loans. The sound policies of progressive management are reflected in this substantial increase. Today, many more thousands of South Floridians are saying "For My Money It's Chase Federal." The year 1962 was another milestone for Chase Federal, with the opening of our sixth office — The South Dade Branch — conveniently located on N. Kendall Drive at U.S. 1, just off the Palmetto Bypass. The response of South Dade residents to this added facility has already firmly established the newest Chase Office in the community. STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1962 ASSETS: CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS $ 5 ,130,035.08 U. S. GOVERNMENT AND GOVERNMENT AGENCY BONDS 16,534,615.34 $ 21,664,650.42 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS 116,629,097.45 HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS 117,819.74 LOANS ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 338,774.91 STOCK IN FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK 1.478,000.00 PREPAID FEDERAL INSURANCE PREMIUM 209,683.60 OFFICE BUILDINGS, INCLUDING PARKING LOTS 1,410.654.32 LEASEHOLD IMPROVEMENTS 125,179.01 REAL ESTATE OWNED 134,709.31 FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 365,029.09 OTHER ASSETS 563,584 91 "OTAL .... $143.037,182.76 LIABILITIES: SAVINGS ACCOUNTS $ 129,546,434.28 FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK ADVANCE 3.000.000.00 LOANS IN PROCESS 344,166.29 ADVANCE PAYMENTS BY BORROWERS FOR TAXES. INSURANCE, ETC 366,930.69 DEFERRED INCOME 658,407.92 OTHER LIABILITIES 89,082.92 SPECIFIC RESERVES $ 27,005.61 GENERAL RESERVES 7 ,214,838.97 SURPLUS 1 ,790,316.08 9,032,160.66 TOTAL .... $143,037,182.76 ANNUAL DIVIDEND, PAID AND COMfOUNOED QUARTERLY ->, CHASE FEDERAL. SAVINUS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICE: LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1100 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDING AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH DADE, N. KENDALL DRIVE AT U.S. I BUYING REMODELING tMCroS: C l CLEMENTS. SR. • C. W. CHASE, JR. • C. L CIEMENTS. JR. • I. LLOYD FARREY • AUGUST GEIGER M F fAFFORO • ROBERT A.PETERSON • CATCHINGS THERREL • ROBERT I. TURCHIN • F. IOWRY WALL • WALTER 6. WILSON. w. v REFINANCING You Save at CHASE!



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    ly, January 11, 1963 1 l*mi*fr ftrrir#t?*)//n Page 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER %  ICTITIOUS NAME LAW %  in ,is HEREBY tin KN thai idel slglle< nu t<' n H under ill,fictitious nami al \c "E ; i' '' SK at 8 %  %  .-Tia< %  County, Ilorlilu .UVKA.N CORP. ... Kla. Corp.) Hoi* > >v m i IL' :'! :'v i i-n NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai |l lei • rtesl %  II • ii agi i UP. I.; ih, fictitious namf nl tr.\ mi K Rl if I'l.KAMN'i ; COATINH SERVICE al 1700 N. 75th St., %  • i %  •• Locka, I-'IH Intend fcgiater -.mi name itti the I i -. ill %  irt of l tada County, III:. IKIU.Y PECHENIK 5(WS Owni r INARD PECHENIK 50K Uwmc LTER J Ml' •' HKI Ii n.\ for Applii ant* 1L' JI-L'S I 1-11 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 57757-C IB: Batata ol L'IROINIA Sl'.MMERS I >,.,-. -II -• -i NOTICE TO CREDITORS J| Creditors and All Persons Hav< in ..I Demands Affalnal s.u.i I.-: in .ir,hereby notified and requlr|t>. present any claim* and deIda which \. -ii may have against state of VIRGINIA SI'MMERS, ns.it late nl I'nilCounty, norin the County Judges nf Dade gity. and file Uw aame in the ofin the Countj Courthouae in County, Florida, within eight Jn*i;ir months from the date of the publication hereof, or the same b< barred. DAVID c QILCHRI8T Executor li. KW1TNEY, Attorney In Road, |l ( h %  %  i lorlda 15 :i-.'v 1 i-ll BY HENRY LEONARD t KOPIMA TFMPLE i5iNN0Al|g)INNlER s^^fh&P^M At&i v m Announce Way To f/e/p Drain A//8 Sinus Cavities Without Discomfort New 3-layer decongestant tablet acts to drain clogged sinus cavities, relieve congestion and its painful pressure %  *-<• %  361 \ ''Sam, have 'em JOIN you in the Hebrew blessing over the bread then they'll never know you forgot the words." Copr, 1962, Doyenu Production! New York, N. Y. (Special) Announcement has been made of a new tablet development which has the remarkable ability to help drain clogged sinus cavities and thus relieve congestion and pressure. The headaches, pressure pains, stuffed-up head, nasal drip, clogged breathing — all the unrelenting symptoms the sinus sufferer knows BO well — are attacked directly by improving drainage of the sinus areas. Most remarkable of all is the fact that this is accomplished with extraordinary speed and without discomfort of any kind. This new tablet docs its remarkable work internally, through the blood stream. It deposits into every drop of blood plasma a new medication which is carried to the sinus area, where it LEGAL NOTICE shrinks the swollen doors to the sinus cavities and helps drain away the pain-causing pressure and congestion. The shrinking substance In this new tablet has been so successful topically in promoting drainage of the sinus cavities that it is now prescribed more widely by doctors than any material for this purpose. This new medication is now available at drug counters without the need for a prescription under the name. Dristan* Tablets. Dristan Tablets can be used with assurance. They will drain away paincausing pressure and congestion of all the sinus cavities, relieve pain and distress. Remember, the exclusive Dristan formula cannot be duplicated. Accept no substitutes. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT |N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 57878 l:i: Em ROSE MESH 11.., mi il NOTICE TO CREDITORS L\li I'I • •! l VII Pel nous Havclaims ..i Demands Against .—": t • i Me: iu are h< n h) nol Ifled and requlrpreat nl anj i lalms an I •'• na ndi I, ^ %  n \ • against i he fct. of ROSE MESH, deceased ,.r i., Hot Ida, to the my Judges "' l 'ade C •'•n \ i"ri 11 ... nil ipllcate .mil .is proK1 i., s.. tlon ISI 16. Floi Ida .-tain tliir offices in the Counts rtinHi-.In Hade County, K lit, siv nths from Ihi of the first nulilli -ii inn h< reof, n. -r. u ill l„> i..i I .1 |t< I Mia Hoi ,.I •• -. \ I' 1962 JENNIE I'I NS' IN \i!\-1 utrlx t\Kl: A MAN NHKlMKIt fc %  for Exi mix I. I., oln R %  > i kin Begu h, I ." Ida 12 21-28 1/4-11 [THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCU T IN AND fOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. r ru' ^ r r PY No. 62C 13767 I: I. INK KATZ, Plaintiff. I: roN KM"/,, I •.:. IMI.IIII NOTICE BY PUBL'CATON MORTON KATS5, lefendanl .'J 1 '• llll~\ ll .1 III.I \ I IIIH' Rrooklvn Si V...K t>C ARE REvil IREIl to serve i f your Answer to the Complaint [Iiivorce "ii the Plalntlfrs attornMII.TON A s*RIEIMAN IIP H, s Building, Miami :;.'. 1 lorl la, •,, file the original Anawei In the cierti of the Clri '..iirt, ..II ..i bi fore the uli day 1-', bruars. IS* i; other Ise, il"tplalnt f"i l'i\ orce hi r< tofore (ili sin w III be laki as confi i F.v f" K i > at Miami, l>adi County, fliin, Mn27th da) of December, |.', H I E VTHERM W irt, intj I i:. .' p COPEL-AND I |-11-18-Zo IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 57975-A In RE: Estate of i.Ml.l'i; MISCHKI,, 1., iseil NOTICE TO CREDITORS •|".. All Creditor* and \i Having claims oi Deman-ls Against Said You ai %  hen by n llf!-d mil n quired to present anj i a and demands n li < ii \ mi ma) igali l 11 1 *. .. %  i; ii. %  %  : \ii-i "-il :i.. deci I. it, of I lade i %  • %  in' I '"i Ida, !•• thi • .lll\. illlcl In thi offli • i in ilf • %  ,. nl ) i 'in rl %  •"!-• in Ii County, i-':-. i Ida, within sin da months nitof the i ii,.n ii, •;,-.. i. or the K mi will b< barred, Rl ISE STE1NH MIT. EXI NORMAN K SCHWARZ, Attorney I! I. in Road Miami Reach, Klotida 12 2I-2S l 'l-ll NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREIIY OIVEN lint nderslgned, desiring t.. engage In under the fFctltlouu name of HRANDON ENTERPRISES :it 'illSouth West Mh Street, Miami, Kloriiin Intend !•• register .-.titi name with the "lerk ol tin I '.:• ill I "oui I ol I • 'ounl i. Florida 11 VRVEY I. BRANT UIDEt IN RIMON MCHTMAN Owm 12/28, 1 1-11 -is THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT |IN AND FOR D4DF COUNTY. F11RIDA 'N "P1BATE, No 57757-C • IRCINIA SI MMI NOTICE TO CREDITORS tn Cr • • All I'. • -• • Hnvi'lalms "i i ii in.in.i \%  'in i t>n iir.hereby notlfii .1 an I i %  fc-h \..a in.i ha i he i VIHtl v SCMMERS, deI late ol • i 'ounty .lui!-:' s of 1 M.I. "ounts. fi!.the -.i tile in I i-es In i '• unt) '..HI H..II-. in I-;. • ..•I Ida, w ii hln six %  al< nthir months the data ..f lh< first publh itlon .1. or the same M <*• bat red. P AVIP C HII/'HRIS r Bxei utor IL KWITNEY, Attorne) (.in. .In Ri ...I ml Bead 1 11-18-25, 1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE No. 57471-B IN RE: Estate ..f VRTHCR l. MICKI.ER, si: I i. II NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All i 'i. dlti i and VII %  rm M iv. Claims oi l, :i nds Agalusl Kuld %  You ;iri hen b; notifleil and i • %  •iiiiri^l to lTesent a i I.I in. i nilwhli*h ^"ii rha> have ngH nsl thi esati ol vi: i lli'i: l. Mi'M.i:i:. SR .-..I late of Dadi County, Florid i. lo the I'l.iintv Judgi "t I '.nl. Count), and file thi nami In duplli li .mil ,i>. pi ..\ i.|... I iii Si i Ion T 13 16, Elol iilii stut Ites, -ii their offices in hi Count) Courthouw In Dade County, I lorlda, itlil'i it monliiii,mi the time "f the ii-: publication i. ..i the same IH be barred. I int. ,i .it Miami, K|" i Ida, this I lib da) "i I '• .-••mil. i. AD Rl ISE MICKI.ER As Administratrix EI.IAH >. IRKN %  I. foi \il iilnl>:i ill > %  i" %  % %  •in— 11 lal .Niit'l. i:.i'ik llblB -. i I-11-1S CERTIFICATE OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORTY OK THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO \l.l. TO Wlli'.M THESE PI SENTS SH M.I. C< IM I tlREETINUS \\ • |.i IRBER. Ml \MI i:l Vi'H, El. O R I DA : LEAH M I A M It EACH • \l \N. .\l! \.\ll II I I itRID.1 llth t %  ... the VVESTMEN r lb 11 Ml l-Ui STY, I II did i %  \ 11 %  %  •,i autl required r Si f. Florida Sta'-.1-. showing tin Now theref ...... ihe fon u in., i hat II rii .i :li..i thi requh .ir i %  hi i.i^> ha,v • been complied < IN \\ ITN i'..S \\ il 1 1RE< 'I I have unto set m) hand and have nfrlxi ,l th< llr< .it Si il of tin Stati ..t I .... Ida, ..' i ha %  %  the Capital, this thi rHIRTY-KIRST „f DKCEMtlKR K.U (seal) ,..VMS, 1 ii i.i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business iimi. ithe fictitious name of STI >lll. s Ci INEY ISLAND at 250 N 12. ii Street, I "ade i 'ount) Florida, Intends t" ;. glatei said name with th,Clerk "t thi Circuit Court of Dade inty, Florida sTulll. s INN CORP., A New Vork corporation authoriged I., ilo business in Ki.ii Ida It) luls Stohl I.i HIS STl '111.. IT. sldi nt ARl >Nl IV1TZ, SILVER .v SI "HER Attorneys for St.,his Inn Corp, \ nali ( RuildlSuj Miami J2, l lorlda 12 21-18 l 1-11 iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 63C 12 l: Ml. VNTi INRI URTEC.A, Plain'iff, %  ISABEL ORTEOA, I >efendant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION T< Is VREL i IR1 EGA i•> Petra Toi res •'. i:. l6Srd Sn. t Bronx, New York V< l ARK iiereb) notified th iNimplainl for IMvorce has been filed n-t you, iiml you are hereb) re%  lulred t" servi .i eopj of your Answer to thi Complaint on the Plalntlfrs at. LESTER Rl IERS, host ad% %  -1 N W. l liii hi eel. Miami, hlorlda, and file Ihe original of your Anwet in the office of the Clerk .>i i :. i. mil lull. ..il i 'Irculi in and i'.HiCounty, Florida, on or !• % %  • thi l'h a i) of Febi i.ii \. 1983, i.inii .if which the Complaint "ill ns > .nls-i-.l h) you. I'.,:. i tin .'ii.i day of Januar) i: B LEA THERM \ S %  k oi the Circuit Court B) K. M. I.YM AN. I '. |>llt) i I -11-18-25 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. MIT/I SMERI.INO, also km v.n as SADIE SMEHI.l .•• -. il. IT.HI. Kapl in i II ." s w Isi s Miami :•>. Florida 1 11-18-25, .' 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nl 'Th'i: is HEREBY Ul\ EN that l derslgned, riewli ing to • nsagi In h sli :n l. i i ii. fictli lolls ii.-iiii. nt S T A N DA R D SPBCIAI 1 Y H VLES COMPANY i N i: 172ml Street, [North Miami Beach, blorlda Intends .. register said name wl'h th, • | • u .•f the Circuit Couri of Dade County, Floi Ida J VCK KWERDIJOI I H Rl iBERT Ki -I.TNi >\V \ %  -..1 II. -v foi I.i. i. S\\ I dloff HOD Rlaca) m Build ng Miami, Iloi nl.i 1 11-18-25, 2 I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GPi'EN tl the mill, i — i_r T %  i. desli i -.u.it.luiness indei the fictitious nameg Ret %  .. SI •! • -. Revco I Heceui Center K |I|M ount I >ruga at S I-: iSlivi-I M da Ii t he Clerk ill. Clii HI i '.. 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HARRIS \s Executrix IIAItl'.ls \M> ROBINSON Vttorneys for Executrix 12th I-'1..MI Dade Federal Bld| Miani .In 12 21-28 1 in NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Hi.it Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in bualneaa undei the fictitious nami ol ACTION MOTORS at 8401 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami, intend to reglstel -,iiil name with the Clerk of the drsull Court of I "ade %  "."intv Floi Ida. M. il. 1 TMAS AN 11 Si INS A Partm rshlp consisting of M C Dl'M \s DOR \ l'l'M AS El UENE II TMAS SIMON Dl'M AH R, 1 l-ll-ls NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni .ih I-: IS III REBY GIVEN t he underslg neil,
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    %  %  % %  I I II Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN ? The Bare Roots of Prejudice CHANGING PATTERNS OF PREJUDICE. By Alfred J. Marrow, PhD. 271 pp. Philadelphia and New York. Chiltcn Company. Illustrated, So.95. T HE BOOK IS almost tOO beautiful for its subtitle. • %  \ New Look at Today's Racial, Religious and Cultural Tensions." it is beautifully jacketed and bound, standing tall, with handsome typography and photographs by Cartier-Bressoo and others. Some of the photographs touid break your heart Bui inside, the book has a different kind of beauty, a hard, clear brilliance, a glittering frankness and truth It is a lcok at American patterns of prejudice which istripped bare oi sentimentality, which ap portions responsibility in fair measure and deliberate direction, unswayed by ntivr guilt or over confidence. The author. Dr. Alfred J. Marrow, is a rare combination of social scientist, industrialist. civic leader, and professor. An intellectual, whose doctorate i> in psychology, and the author of "Living Without Hate" and "Making Management Human." ho is also chairman ot the board of Harwood Manufacturing Corporation, the country's largest firm in its specialized field in the textile industry H also a former national vice president of the American Jewish Congress, and the recent chairman. from 1956 to 1960. of the New York City's uni Commission on Intergroup Relations. As chairman, he investigated the 1960 swastika outbreak and the discriminatory policies of the West Side Tennis Club which barred membership to Dr Ralph Bunehe's son. His commission was responsible for administering the city s Fair Housing Practices Law, He was in the midst ol the city'first move to integrate a public school, to investigate gang warfare, and to help the Puerto Kican community. In his no punches pulled book. Dr. Marrow comOur Film folk: bines inpractical experience with his profound psychological insights. The result is a discus lion which goes further and dares more candor than any previously made public. One of the myth1 I which he givethe lie is that of "misunderstanding" of other groups, which he says is never sufficient and "can sometimes intensify conflict rather than produce harmony." As a corollary, he aho finds that facts, no matter how valid, will not change deeply entrenched prejudices: "That is why appealto reason, preachments, slogans. Brotherhood Weeks and the like have so little effect." Nor does contact alone help very much — living together or going to school together. But working together for a com mon goal can produce amazing results. He warns that anti-Semitism, while on the decline in the United States, is Still widespread and chronic, and that anti-Jewish prejudice among Negroes is an increasing problem. Chapt-rs on the N< gross themselves are the heart of the book: the analy-iof how slavery robbed the NegrOM of a -table family tradition, and how its economic aftermath finished the job of destroying their sell image. particularly that of the man. thus ruining both husband-wife and father-child relationships, is a desperately compelling presentation But Dr. Marrow does not stop at laying bare the ugliest roots t prejudice, Including the quite "realist ( reasons tor hatred and mistrust nor does he gloss our the difficulties minorities create for then--'!--nor their own dissensions. He also offers sound constructive action possibilities, much of it with economic overtones, which groups and communities can take There are no laurels here: the problem* are old. and the work is in its mlancy But out of the soil of thi#much honesty shculd come the flower, hope. By HERBERT G. LUFT The Story Behind Sidney Linnet's Rise to Fame Hollywood CIDNEY LUMET CALLED me for a "* chat to his room at the Beverly ills Hotel on the eve of the local pre• lere of "Long Day"s Journey into ght" for which lie flew in In mi New Tk — the center of his cinematic actities Meeting the unassuming young%  h man tor the first time, one can har.i believe that he has been responsible uch dynamic motion pictures as The Fugitive Kind" (I "A Viev from the Bridge." With, h current filmization of Eugene O'Neill's ;uiplay, higoes back to the confined, onei 'im si % %  ind ih. complete unity of tune of hiearliest re film, "Twelvi v > ifei the courtroom %  rring H nrj Fonda and l i e .' Cobb Off file Rpcord: By NATHAN ZIPRIN Bring Back the Beard DAYS of my early a plethora ol Jewish THE then iThere were the rabbis w.'h ^ ong beards and chassidim with a disii ray ol growth. There were the young vith promise of beard and beards akin o a "ka t/ small but unmistakenly L I lewi.-h There were also the well-trim| ned beardthat were generally B8S0 jkk — j ciated with the medical profession, and then were cne goalees that belonged to barbers and the ivivi.il in the arts and letters. And then again there were the beards that just belonged for strange reasons, seemed, to "goyini." Today the beard, the Jewish beard, is virtually e\ ". ',ct; though I have a -on who has one. There was I • no when the nostalgia lor beards would meet satisfaction at a Jewish simcha. at a synagogue, even at a temple times. Today the beard is missing almo.-t wholly i:om even holy sanctums. It is a rare occasion when one encounters a recOgniZ; : ducing confusion into clarity—but I rather fancy the idea of Orthodox rabbiclothed in the aura of tradition— rd. Those who feel that "Long Day's Journey into Night" is not movie material are talking about scenery but not about people, Sidney Linnet stated to me emphatically To him, it ia fallacy to believe that only spectacular subjects with masscenes and thousands ,it extras lend themselves to a screen treatment. Human beingand their relationships in the most intimate atmosphere are most exciting cinematieaUy to the young movie maker as are huge sets and superficial performances, Sidney' Lumet. still in his thirties, was born on Manhattan's Lower East Side, the son of a Yiddish pi j \ right actor Zaruch Lumet, author pi "Once I'pon a Tailor." At the are oi ."> he appeared on Second Avenue in shows with his father, making his debut on the I'"' lish-langua i e in Sidney Kingley's Broadway production ot %  D ead End Still as a child, be app in Fran/ Werlel-Ma\ Reinhardt's "Th< !-. %  R depicting the trek ol the Je throughout the centuries. It was the fabulous showman Reinhardt who fir ey's dramatic talent and wanted to sign Mm I term contract Sidney continued on his own with roles in KaufmanHart's Gi oi e V. pi Here" an I William S r n's "My Heart's in the Highlands." He also had hired pait.in films such as thi one as ig brother Sj %  dnej In I ne 'l hii ol a > I. II are no! religious. Their parents, dc-oih from Judaism, were certainly not in a positon to answer such questions, s. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN American Teen Ager's Right to be Different Washingtoi QOES THE AMERICAN teen-ager teal) that being Jewish is a handicap o a source of inspiration and Self-esteem' If one can find the answer in the can did expressions of hundreds of young| people at a recent B'nai B'rith youtl conference held at Norfolk. Va.. a fore cast of emerging American Jewish at titudes might be formulated Participants included the AZA boys and B'aai B'rith Girls. They were mainly high school juniors and seniors from Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Many attend schools now being integrated. They are the first Jewish boys and girls to grope with the problem of forming personal friendships with Negroes and backing Negro rightin an environment where Jews receive only limited acceptance. B'nai B'rith Youth organizer Milton Heller -tre a theme of "The Right to be Different Conformist tendencies, denoting a Striving for acceptance had indicate! by boyand girls who felt there was some contradiction in being both a first class American and • Jew Fear existed of being considered "different." Mi Heller emphasized that the fabric of democracy require! Jewish values to strengthen its texture. During the convention, a revealing exchange was overheard in the hotel lobby. A non-Jew, in a spirit ol goodwill, noted the mass of bright-eyed youngsters and asked what was going on at the hotel. The boy who responded said it was a asm vent ion of the AZA and BBG The inquirer said he never heard of those groups. Were they fraternities or something? Instead of explaining that they were Jewish youth groups, the emban. teen-ager mumbled an apology and dashed off.


    r, January 11. 1963
    UnistflrricKir
    Page 5-A
    Dade Federal
    Savings
    Statement of Condition
    December 31, 1962
    ASSETS
    Cash On Hand and In Banks ..$ 3,691,514.62
    United States Government Bonds 15,822,447.66
    First Mortgage Loans......... 162,025,710.25
    Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 2,523,583.81
    Loans on Savings Accounts.....i 536,594.75
    Real Estate Owned........... 1,165,495.56
    Buildings, Land and Equipment... 5,188,228.61
    Deferred Charges and Other Assets 627,356.59
    TOTAL ASSETS......$191.580,931.85
    Savings Accounts.............$169,727,335.66
    Advances From
    Federal Home Loan Bank..... 3,000,000.00
    Loans in Process............. 3,185,229.67
    Escrow Funds.......... ------. 689,920.09
    Other Liabilities.............. 223,87 1.72
    Income Collected in Advance 656,819.34
    Surplus and Reserves........... 14,097,755.37
    TOTAL LIABILITIES mm^t_________
    AND RESERVES.......$191,580,931.85
    Accounts opened or funds added to accounts on or before January
    21st earn from the first of January.
    CURRENT
    DIVIDEND RATE
    ON SAVINGS
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    QUARTERLY
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    :ge 8-B PJeHidh titrtdhan V.OMAN OF THE WEEK Little did Honnie (Mrs. Leonard) Jacobson dream that she would a most ardent animal lover. But her daughters changed her whole r jde of living and thinking with regard to the animal kingdom. Ronwas born in Dakor. III. Interested in dramatics and speech in high s 100I, she continued in that field at the University of Illinois, and •n later at the University of Miami, from which she was graduated. ( I resident of her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. in college, she has re. Epsilon Phi Son %  I L ___^ "'allied active in the AKl'hi Greater Alumnae m({ Ml .; 1|;|n v Gerson Association, through the years. The year that she was chairman of the Holiday Luncheon is still being talked about. Itonnk' found out early, during her practice teaching, that she wasn't going to like teaching as a profession. She went to work in a doctor's office after college, met her doctor husband, got married following a three-month courtship, and has lived in Miami Beach ever since. Gerson, Wolfson In Evening Vows An early evening ceremony on Sunday. .Ian. 6. united the former Marilyn II, Woltson and Donald M. Gerson, \\i:h Rabbi Leon Kronish officiating. Evenl look place al thi' Seville Hotel, where a reception followed the nuptials. Daughter ot Mr. and Mr-. Henry Woltson. 1665 So. Miami Ave., the bride was attended by her sister. Mr-. Leonard Rabin, and Anita Nancy Wolfson. Now an x-ray stu lenl at Mercj Hospital, the new Mrs. Gerson ia graduate ol Miami Senior High and attended the University ol Florida. Her husband is a graduate ot Miami Beach High and the University of Florida His lra!crmt> Mr. 9001 Byron Ave.. his groomsmen were Gary Gerson and Sheldon Gerson. After a honeymoon in Nassau the newlyvveda will live at 3021 s\v 27th Ave., Coconut Grove Goldberg, Liew To Wed in May Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg. The Jacobson daughters. Jodie and Patti. 12655 \E Miami PI., No. Miami turned their bedroom into a pet shop. There announce the engagement of their were hamsters, tanks of tropical fish, aliidaughter. Konme. to Sam Liew gators, rabbits, ant houses, and turtles. Most son of Mrs HeU n Lu ,„ 8T > Co i. of these are gone, now that Jodie is away ) ins Avo ;lr)( | tht ,.,„. L(Hlis Liew at college and Patti thinking about it, but the Tho future bride 1a graduate — I two dogs Taffy and Taffs Shadow, remain. ()) Xorth Mi;imi Hign attended the For one birthday. Len asked Ronnie if she University of Florida, and was would l,ke a race horse. An enthusiastic valedictorian of her class when -yes" started a whole new way of life, going sh( graduat ed irom Florida Colto the track to watch Hard Facts race. One i ege of Medical Technolog 3 day unknown to them, the trainer entered the Her nance is a graduate ol se in a claiming event. He was claimed, and the Jacobsons haven't en to race track since. With two such active daughters. Ronnie has keen kept busy with • TA, riding lessons. Brownies and Girl Scouts, among other activities. ie is also a "silk stocking" member of every organization you can mention. She decided to try her hand at dramatics and was in "The Commerce and secretary ol tin omen," produced by Temple Beth Sholom some years ago. This 100 Club, his fraternity 1Tau Ep• as also the time that both children got sick, a houseful of company silon Phi. RONKH Thomas Jefferson High, N.Y., ami received a BA degree in chemistry from University oi California at Los Angeles. President ol Ihe Miami Beach Junior Chamber ol A May wedding is planne l rived, and 13 maids came and went in three months The show I ust go on and it did, as have other shows, but without Ronnie. Since .%  n loves music so much, they both became involved in seeing that iami should get the best of opera, and have been taking an active rt in opera affairs here ever since. For another form of recreation, they go out in their boat, the a Sprite. Entertaining during the winter months plays an important nt in the Jacobson family life, as well as traveling to far-away places I t! iring the summer. They have been almost everywhere in the United Spates and overseas, except to Russia. Their charming home on No. ay Rd., is filled with conversation pieces they have brought back On their travels. Despite their exciting way of life, there is an unrcurrent of peace and harmony in the Jacobson home to which 1 mnic contributes a lion's share. i YEAR HAS PASSED It doesn't seem that a whole year has drifted away since the ion Kanners had their annual Orange Bowl buffet. But here it was me again. Everything was according to tradition, even to Aaron's v clcoming guests with a glass of that heart-warming made-in-front-of'ii egg nog. Elinore and Sidney Aronovitz were the center of a handshaking group. They had been with the other city commissioners ider the Orange Bowl stands at an informal reception for President ennedy, who attended the game. Everyone wanted to shake the hands .it shook the hand. Straight from the game came Bea and Sam Blank, 'aye Ablin, Miriam and Dave Bass and the William Weintraubs. Watch' g the Rose Bowl game is also traditional at the Kanners Seated 1 choice seats in front of the TV was Alfred Daniel, in a bright red icket, and his attractive wife. Among other guests were Mary Norma and Julian Weinkle, Libby and Sam Rost. Lil and Charles Roscngarten and Fritzie Stone. Arriving at the same time were Lucille and Arnold Seeder. Felice and Samuel Lipton. and Winnie and Leo Chaikin A J Harris and his May and Sam Heiman and his Shirley were there early. 0 0 TNG ALONG WITH DAVE What a nice birthday party Byrtha Phillips had for her husband. 1 ave, at Westview Country Club. Carrying out the theme of the in. Pauline June Lefkowitz will be nation which said. "Sing Along With Dave," the lloral centerpieces a Junc brido Her parents, \|, each table for eight were musical instruments. The table numbers and Mrs phil 'P Lefkowitz. are ere in the shape of notes Dave's son. H. H. Phillips, and his grandannouncing her engagement to -ms. the Berz boys, came in from Chicago. Other friends flew in from • Tnna ,nn n -"t leveland. Cincinnati and New York MISS PAULINt LtfKOWm Miss Lefkowitz' Engagement Told MRS. DONALD CIRSON Schwarz. Gelman Are Betrothed Mr. and MrHerbert Newton Schwarz, SO w DiLido Island, announce the engagement ol their daughter, Susan Emily, to Warren ,' Gelman, son ol MrGertrude Gelman aid tin 1 late Dr Nathan Gelman, ol New York City. The bride eleel i> a graduate ol Lear School and attended Adelphi College and the Art Studei t League ol New York Citj Her fiance 1a graduate of Trinity College. Hartford, Conn, .mil wapresident of Delta Kappa Epsilon. He is now vice president of Arrow Furniture Companj of Cincinnati, 0 where the couple will make their home alter a March wedding in Miami Beach The lights were dimmed and B huge birthday cake was wheeled in. AH the guests lighted sparklers ang Happy Birthday" lustily, and gave Dave a standing ovation' .-! double quartet consisting of Sam Blank. Col. Brodv. Stanley C Mvers Sidney Lefcourt. Al Harris and the birthday bo'v and two of the •ntertainers started singing. Everybody joined in. Among guests ,!.<: T V ,? J l vob Alvcv Pollv and Baron d( Hlrich Meyer JLkT glands the Dan RMWns. the Al Jacobs. Esther and Carl %  Veinkle, Bertha and Leonard Abess. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot ie Leonard and Mortimer Weins, Dr. and Mrs Leon H. Manheimer' and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner -ua.ineimer. | %  !H6 START OF A NEW YEAR'S TRADITION For the second year, invitations went out in the form of a subpoena •> the friends of Jackie and Bart Cohen and Carolvn and Donald Barrack, inviting them to breakfast "from one until," at the Clubhouse 1 was fun comparing notes on what each had been doing until then' ZZ fnd? Tr' Phyl S f d J St Ph GaSS n lris and Jaik KnK fuZi fnl m£ {,a ne 1 s 1 J ; 1cklc and Robert Traurig, Joan and Al Bakst 55? n P 1 "R r tl0 ,' Ph RM a d Irwin Schwrtz. Barbara and Nei ;Hp Jl r "T'' Ha m %  Dd his Wtfe Dr Nina Ellenbogen. and udy and Berme Selderman. Jonathan Berger, son of Mi. and Mrs. Sidney Wiesel. The future bride attended the University 01 Florida, and will receive a degree in education from the University of Miami in June Her fiance will have a Doctor's degree from the University of Florida Medical School in June Both are graduates of Miami Beach High. Polans, Hilf Will Live in Miami Marlene Su-an Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hilf, 3351 sw 10th St., was married on Sunday, Jan. (I, to Jerrj Martin Polans al Westbrooke Country Club. Rabbi Minion Malavsky, of the Israelite Center, performed the ceremony, which was followed bj a reception and dinner at the cluli ot Mr, and Mrs. Herman 1250 NW 2nd Si the bride• udyi accounting al Ihe University ol Miami. Afti r a hone} moon on Miami %  h, the newly weds u ill live in Baumans Reveal Dorothy's Troth Mr and Mrs Sam Bauman, 2429 Pine Tree Dr., announce Ihe en -' 11 < nt ol their dan,liter. Our Jewel, to Richard Stephen iker. lb' is the son of Mr. and Mrs David Sernaker, 1166] sw 62nd So Miami A summer weddin 1planned 250 Attend Installation en's i.adie.Auxiliary hi Id a cocktail parly and in,|,,M dinner Wednesday in the iville'a Napoleon Room. Some 250 guestattended Psychologists Ft To Exchange Vo\ Mr and Mrs. Jerome B j son announce the en their daughter. Dr. \, ; %  <[) Jackson, to Dr. Kc e h | aid, son of Mr and Air-. Howard, of Chicago, 111 The future bride is graduate of the Univi rsity oj ami. where she was ol I'-i Chi. nation.il pgy, Jy honorary society: Delta in. scholastic honorarj icieb Phi Kappa Phi, natii honorary society. ( %  '-.I 1also I me" gJ Xi. national reaean h •ran societv, she atten led Roil western University III., and received hei ) gree there in ii;6o. In 1962, she was d gree of Doctor of P 1 linical 1 tychologs In \] n west) :"i I'niver-i j cil r n t.y workingJ'J Ch t a staff peycnologisi al 1 State Psychiatric institute Her (lance received gree trom the Universit) I i'j|| fornia al Berkeley, whei ed Alpha Epsilon Pi, 11 M 1 rrit) He earned ^iP 1 H gree al the Universh] / and 1a research clinical pogist at llines VA II Loyola University, and al-o 1 at the University ol Chli.. The betrothed coup'e pla ni.ii r ed hi Miami this winter an will honeymoon in Europ. the summer. DR. MARILYN JACKSON Salon Names Beauty Expert Elaine Kritzer has been % %  •icense 1 cosmetician and h it) 1n-ultanl al Louis ard Aui -' Salon. 1020 Line llfl Beauty Mail. Mrs Kriter. complete line products, was who has set I;I> 1 of Nina cosm tit formerly with Al 1 erl Si Carter's in New York City Shi 1known as a specialist it personal makeup, including lw i.l eyebrows, eyelashes and cor rective makeup. 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    =aa Page 2-A rJmitti r/crfdiaun Friday, Iar. u aiy Yivo fcrum to Open Weekly Lecture Series With Talks by Prof. Knox n'her speakers scheduled for Isaac Untermar, H.|, r Ihi tenon are Dr. Nathaniel Sormd Moses Man(i.i ni8n i, I'll, educator; I5<,ruch .shelner .**fcocUite ediWi ol the .Ie\i~h Daily Forward; Israel Steinbaum.j teacher and lecturer; Yudi Mark., PROF. ISRAF.L KNOX Yivo Forum, sponsored bj the i • ater Miami Yivo Committee, v. .A •13;h season on ur(ia> evening at the Fai • ter, 8-12 Washington Av The series, .• in past years, will re a regular Saturday feature at the same place ;inp GREATtS V % %  • %  %  MONTHLY PEST CONTRd %  SERVICE ants • rats • micef*Tnl JOoojjj an for the uke ot yourhom, =^ Re MOST rWlT L. Continued from Page i-A Defense expenditures and "special budgets" were listed at a total of I £813,000,000 (S271.0O0.OC0). The education budget was increased by I £37,000,000 ($12,333,0000) over last year's figure to total I £200,000,000 $66 700,000). The increase in the debt payments was made necessary by the fact that 1963 will be the first year in which Israel's 19S1 American bond issue falls due with an initial payment in May. 1963 of 530,0003,000. Altogether, the Government will pay I £ 555,000,000 (5185,000,000) in both interest and principle at home and abroad. The development budget, :n I £ 553.0(K>.(MK) | SI81.000.000) will be utilized for agricult purposes, water development, mining, electricity, industry, transportation, n a and housing \ total of [£2O0.i 00.000 will be spent I >r h msing, hall ol w huh will comi • i the Jewish Agencj and I scheme, A total It will be buill during the > particularly in new settlements and development areas v Brokers Will Install Officers Robert Poor man, of the AmeriNational Mortgage Co., will be installed as president of the newly-formed M Brokers Assn. of South Florida at a dinner and dance to be held Sun la) evening at the Deauville Hotel. Guest of honor at the function Will be V E. Miller. Deputy tfort Commissioner from Tallahas-" ;u'(i <;,-„re llollahan. Jr.. State Representative, will be installing officer. slate includes Irvin Schim e and Insure Corp. vice president: Narhgang, Si uth< astern W Co., treasurer, and Mrs Rosei u i ".: % %  > Also to be installed are Walter Faik. legislative chairman; Sidney Hausman. publicity. Ed Feinstein and Seymour Cold. membership; Meivin Haber, pro gram; Thomas Ireland. Irving Summer. Ira Lovett, Clifford Com ory. Delia Fera and Ray Rigot. : iii m is an allocation for the elopment ol Arab and Druse villages The main source of revenue itaxes accoui I 1196.700.000 some I L ISO.%  ore th in last year Customs and purchase t; v are expe li to j ield I L -•; and I£i • r sources ol in< on it.. foreign loan*; I£19 from the Devi Bond Issue and tni ed Stal funds. 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    }Y. January 11. 1963 g JmM Fkx-ktinn Paae 5-E 6wn at recent membership brunch of Hebrew Academy Imen at the Deauville Hotel are (left to right) Mssdames Ixandcr Koccn, Harry Kaplan and Abraham Steinberg, kme of the affair was "Crowning Glory.'' New life memfe were called upon to place a jewel in the specially-con^ct<*d "crown" created and desianed by Mrs. Koqan and l. Kaplan. Mrs. Steinberg is life membeiship chairman. re than ICO new members were enrolled. >oscvelt Unit Plans Functions kvintc elephant sale will high Marvin Schoenberg, program vice a meeting of the Eleanor melt Chapter. B'nai B'rith ^cn. set for Wednesday, Jan. .30 p.m., at the Tastee Inn. ins lor a musical comeil\ ^resident, i in charae of "Those Wonderful Years." to be held Saturday. Feb. 23. at Flaglcr-Granada Jewish Center. Tingroup'! annual donor diner dance will be held Sundav. will be discussed. .Mrs. Mar. 10. at the Deauville Hotel. r S^f The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered by Fontainebleau experts. .with the finest euisme. bevt mars and service worthy of the world's most beautiful hotel. BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also available Kosher catering and personalized Fontainebleau catering at your home Cull Lawrence Manning. Executive Banquet Director JEfferaon 8-8811 OH THft OOIAN AT MIAMI BCH Mrs. Simon Will Chair Jewish Music Festival Mrs. Goorge A. Simon has been I appointed chairman of the 1963 i Jewish Music Festival Committee,: it was announced by A. Budd Culler, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. which sponsors the event annuaHy with the cooperation of the Cantors Assn. The Festival will take place on Sunday night. Feb. 24, at Temple Israel. A vice president of GMJCC and honorary president of the Miami Branch, Mr-. Simon has also served .is vice president of the Fed eration of Jewish Women's Organizations She has been a member of the'JWB Southern Section board of governors, the board of directors and budget committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and has been active in many other local organizations. The past two years, she has been chairman of the Center's Sunday Celebrity Series, which she instituted. The following organizations are thus far represented: Greater Miami Section an.l Island Division of, the National Council of Jewish Women; Miami Beach Chapter Hannah Senesch Group. Mt. Scopui Group. I. R. Goodman Group, and thai Group of lladassah; Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary and Miami Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged; Women's American ORT; Miami YMHA Women's Division; the Miami. 1 Miami Beach and North Dade Councils of B'nai B'rith. Chai Chapter, Anne Frank Chapter, Gilbert Balkin Chapter and Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter of, B'nai B'rith; Bureau of Jewish Education; Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women; and the | pie Beth Shirah. Temple [sra< following Sisterhoods: Temple Beth Emeth Congregation, ai Beth Am. Temple Emanu-EI, TernTemple Beth Sholom. Coral Chapter In Miami Tag Day Coral Chapter. American Medical Center at Denver, is planning its annual Miami Tag Day next Friday, Jan. 18. Funds raised v ill go to cancer research and hospital visiting in Miami and Lantana. Proceeds from lunch and a day at the races held Wednesday by the chapter also went to cancer research. Beth Am Plans > Joint Meeting Sisterhood and Brotherhood of Temple Beth Am will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday evening in the Temple auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Yanich will will present a 'Night in Israel." v ith songs, folk dances and unusual and rare Israel music playid on Israeli instruments. Mrs. Murray Dubbin is program chairman. Mrs. Byron Cherkas, president ol the sisterhood, has announced that at the next in the series of Rabbi.book reviews, to be held Monday evening, Jan. 28. Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard will review "Fail-Safe" by Eugene Burdick. Ticket8 are available at the Temple office or at the door. *. For Elegant Functions Complete Catering Facilities lor that Special Party served in superb fashion within a luxurious tatting that will railed your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a aala celebration with 3.SOO %  uaiti. ^^^M ^,Supervised Kosher Catering Available (DEAUVILLE BILL OOLORINO.Eiecut,.a Food Director PHONE: UN 5-8511 ON THE OCEAN AT •Till BTRHT, MIAMI BEACH %  a i ^^m^mE^M^^^m j OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY MIAMI'S NEWEST for DINING and DANCING tJhe oluCll JCeii, feefwrinf TH1 eOLOIN KEY TRIO DINNERS FROM $2.11 %  neoKi ON THI TRAIL WOO I.W. 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    Page 2-B *Jen isth fhridinr Friday. January Beth Israel Studies Music ,\ regular meeting oi tinSisin honor of Jewish Muiic Month, J^Jf ^' u ." r Musical recordings y Cantor Yosele : % %  :. -.-.biatt" played, and Mr Th I terbood of Beth Israel CongregaLouis Schwartzman. executive 01tj ors tion will be held on Tuesday, Jan. rector of the Bureau of Jewish Mrs. Frac* 22, al Waldman's San Marino Education, will discuss 'What is of the prograi Hotel Jewish Uusic?" lloscovlts .: Mrs. Leo Levin, chairman, and Mrs. Jack B. Shapiro, ticket chairman, discuss with Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, the book review series which he will present for Sisterhood beginning on Sunday morning, 10:30, in the Sisterhood Lounge of the Temple. Review Series Temple lion Revue Opens Sender/ At Ee-:h Shofcn Th I best-seller, "F by Eugi ne Burdick • %  l Harve; Wheeler '-v.il be w\ bj R ; : Le Kr inish, spu r i I 'l %  pie B tl first r. ret a break! morning, i" in th< S tei i lorn. %  v reviev t, en titled B nd B loks with R eir.g sponsored by th Sisterhood, of which Mrs. Louis F. Snetman is pn Chair man oi the project is Mrs Leo Levin, and Mrs Jack i> Shapiro ichairman oi ticket sales. Other books to be reviewed at these Sunday morniny ><• %  • ••Letting Go," by Philip Roth. Feb. 10: and "The Slave." bj Isaac B. Singer. Mar. 17. T'le review for April will be announced at a later date, and in May Rabbi Kronish U ill rev lew the current Broadway hit. "A Man for AH Seasons," by Robert Holt. Pa %  • %  Temple Zion Sistt rhoi d u ill appi ar in a musir vue, "Those W mderful Years," al a da sored by the Sisterhood i i the I em i Si < :.il Hall on S urd < %  Mui i I ick ShoR rval i hairmen Seyn S Mrs Elwoi .i Gi Idl erg. Members Guests At Ladies' Tea Paid-up members .>i Beth Emeth od w i re to to ts at a this T n i • g in the Temple auditorium. Rabbi Simon April was to give the Invocation. Mrs, Norman Paber, membership chairman, was to present a porgram in which the children of the members wen to participate, with Mrs. Joseph Koos as master Oi ceremonies. President of the Sisterhood is Mrs. Sidney L. Schoen. Also on the Sisterhood schedule ia "Fun Day" for children to be held at the Temple auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 17. from now on if you want homemade stuffed cabbage ^FFEDciiB^. ask for HEBREW NATIONAL FEMUMD Al %  „A Sail • G" nd Un n attr-j. £r Thrifty Sup.rm.rk... Zion Pck.og Co AND OTHE FINE FOOD STORES It takes us something like seven hours to prepare. It takes you only three minutes to simmer 'n serve. So from now on, if you want Kosher stuffed cabbage as a main dish, appetizer dish, party dish or any other dehsh dish— get a jar of new Hebrew National. It's waiting for you at your food store. — i 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 r M V '%* THE "SABBA TH COFFEE' for instant enjoyment every day! I Oz.,6 0z.,and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Hoi flavor sealed in this distinctive ne.-. CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARV UWf-' FINE PRODUCTS OF GENERAL FOODS CORP For Brewed Coffee enjoyment the greatest Jewish favorite of them all! In 1 lb. and 2 lb. cans.



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    un Page 9-B CM tarrntn yours, L '$k M pita! I Sum i lot< %  as IAMI Chapter of the Nationtaininy evening, she chose a Children's Cardiac HOSblack dress of an imported fab msored a dinner dance ric thai looked like a modified evening at the Carillon faille, and it followed the prinChairman ol the affair cess line silhouette, A navy blue .. Sam Shreero, who ureett guests wearing a black %  heath with a semi-drap it• caught over one hip with %  md pin. Her co-chairlrs Louis Wolfe, also hos< black chiffon sheath. A pannier from the waisl I em on tine side, and her at ol point d'esprit. \|David Rifas wore a sea Mm encon lace dress and mate) ng jacket. She had the ensen ble made while she was in Madrid Candlelight silver broas Mrs. Jesse Spirer's choici for the evening. Her sheall had a fitted waist-length ilh wide lapels that conlinucd into an almost-cape efA'hite chiffon with a lace lop worn y Mrs. Harry L Maj. "iilt her daughter, Mrs Mai-; May Linton, selected a shocking pink sheath with a high it. %  I'M dent ol uie chapter. Mrs Michael Blai k. wore iced blue silk chiffon tucked Into narrow horizontal pleats which encircled hi r from neckline to hemline In alternating rows were apphqued Iridescent matching colored sequins and satin lined bugle beads Mrs. Richard Blank chose .. white silk crepe sheath with a blouon bodice effect achieved by narrow rolled streamers, which cascaded trom the neck line and were tucked under at the w,.:st. luf S Mildred Schampan's roy %  a] bin satin had a lace inscrt in the iront of the bodice Her -heath skirt featured a torso-length tunic, and her atceMerfek were in matching blue -ji'i A silver lame sheath was the i jice of Mrs. Jess Glance. Small cap sleeves, a round neckline, and a contour-rhaped belt were her details, lira. Julius Prop; dress had a black crepe sheat >kirt with a red rose print -ilk i in rah bodice. Beige thantilly lace was worn by Mrs. Sam Schulwolf, with her skirl slight I) ii. ed. Hosting a large, table was Mrs Jose] Socolof For the enter ue chiffon was worn by Mrs. Sara Holland. Her neckline was toft. ly cowled with the chiffon and Inserted with chantilly lace. Black silk organza, with a bouffant skirt and scooped neckline was the selection of Mrs. George Wolpert. Mrs. Rose Schwartz combined a sheath skirt of black silk with a bodice of black chantilly lace that had a bateau neckline in the front and dipped low in the back. A stunning black sequined dress and jacket worn by Mrs. Harold Cohen was her own creation. Each of the thousands of black sequins was hand-sewn, and her husband, who claimed he was a "sequin widower" for six months, seemed quite proud of her accomplishment. Mrs, Herman Rubin chose a black Swiss linen sheath detailed in hard-sewn black cavier beads and droplettes Of jets. Her dress was made in Hong Kong. •> A floor length grown of DOW^* der blue was worn by Mrs. Sidney Fertig. A bodice of chantilly lace topped a full skirt of chiffon. Gold crepe with gold bugle beads appliqued in horizontal lines at the waist was Mrs Phillip Bendell's choice for the evening Mrs. David Bendell's gown was a black silk crepe with a slight cowl at the low neckline, and was repeated on the decollete back line. Mrs. Leonard Bcndell trimmed her black crepe tunic with graceful black ostrich feathers .Mrs. Henry Shier chose a gown she' recently bought while in England. Of aquamarine blue, it featured all over hand embroidery of satin-lined beads. Her evening coat was couturierdesigned in Miami of is kt. gold cloth that she had bought in Paris The wide shawl collar was trimmed with appliqued (lowers of the same fabric. Whue souffle silk was worn by Mrs. Irving Newman Her sheath combined a decollete back with a high and unusual neckline of the half-queen elfect MISS tLAINt STtRN Sterns Reveal Elaine's Betrothal Engagement of Miss Elaine Stern and Jerry Geist is announced this week by the brideelect's parents. Mr. an.I Mrs. Jerome Stern. 350 SW 26th Rd. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geist, of the Bronx, N.Y. The future bride attended the University of Alabama Her fiance is a graduate of the University oi Alabama, and served as vice president of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity. A summer wedding is being planned by the young couple Anniversaries Will be Marked Rabbi Hyman Gross, spiritual It ader ol Temple Tifereth Jacob, will officiate at the celebration ol two golden wedding anniversaries on Friday. Jan. 18. following services at the Temple. To be honored on the 50th anniversary occasion are Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Fraidlin and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rossnick Traditional dinner will follow. In charge of reservations is Mrs Sadye Lebowits. Post-Confirmands Attend Dinner Temple Beth Am Post-Confirmation Club, which consists of boys and girls who have been confirmed and are now in the 11th and 12 grades, held their month-' 1\ dinner at the Temple with Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. Those present were Leslie Reiken. Jack Weitznian. Robin Bosco. Larry Glickman, Linda Green, Elaine Brenner, Philip Isis, Mark Freeman. Linda Gross. Richard Abel. Eunice Tall. Barry Diamond, Diane Flashman, Judith Clein. Richard Roth. Dianne Seldith. and Bruce Rappaport Following the dinner, the club attended regular Friday evening services, which honored collegians Of the lemple. Participants were Peggy Levison. of Syracuse L'niversity; Mitchell Fruitstone, of the University of Miami; Bruce Rappaport, ol the University of Chicago; and Michael Clem, of Georgia Tech. Rabbi Baumgard acted BS moderator. Counseling Film Set at Judea Temple Judea Sisterhood will meet next Wednesday evening at the Temple. Program will be a film and discussion on "Marriage and Marriage Counseling." Commentary will be by Ivan Cohen, Jewish Family and Children's Service. :BIRTHDAZE: A second son, Steven Jay, born Dec. 23. joins Herbert E, 17 months, in the home of the former Sylvia Perlman and Fred Setter, 8D50 SW 84th Ct, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe I'erlman and Mrs. Herbert Scher. Zamora Women Plan Luncheon Mrs Samuel Rozeen, fund-raising vice president of Temple Zamora Sisterhood, is making plans lor a monthly luncheon to be held in the Temple Social Hall on Wedncsday noon. On Saturday evening, Jan. 26, the Sisterhood will sponsor a square (a nee with a profession;:! taller Mrs. Simon Spector and Mrs. Joel Cohen arc chairmen of the affair. i Kosher Home Plans Expansion I Plans for the expansion of the Bikur (holim Ko-her Convalescent Home will be discussed at a meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Home to be held Wednesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. A fund-raisinq luncheon celebrating the Home's fifth anniversary will be held on Wednesday. Feb. 20. at the Algiers Hotel. Chairmen are Mrs. Murray Kostof and Mrs. Nathan Roth President of the group is Mrs. Joseph v.. Reiser. No. Beach Faculty To be Honored Faculty of North Beach Elementary School and the committee motherwho work in the school will t>honored al a luncheon AUTHORlZtD DEALER QMIMT HEARING AIOS $50 to $285 S.vit. All Mokl ••lt.net — Mold! STANLEY GOULD 1231 Iberia l.atf (At Alt.n M.I JnH —Tr*t—Tfioh—Trm —• HN* Jl I 7911 _sponsored by the PTA at the Seville Hotel on Saturday noon. Special recognition will be given to Mrs Mabel Misner, principal of North Beach Elementary, who has held the position since the school opened its doors 27 \ears ago. Participating in the program will be Mrs. Charles Green, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Theodore Kipnis, PTA president. Program theme will be "Reaching for the Stars." which will serve as the motif throughout the luncheon. Sunrise Chapter Dinner Dance Sunrise Chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, is having its annual dinner dance on Sunday. Jan. 13. at the Dcauville Hotel. Starting with a cocktail party at 6:30 p.m.. the 7:30 dinner in the Casanova Night Club of the hotel will be followed by a show featuring ESlia Fitzgerald and Dick Shaw n Garshags Will Be Fetedl Here Mrs. Nathan Shenkin, president of Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center, this week announced a luncheon set for the Social Hall of the Center c:i Wednesday noon. The function will honor Mr. and Mrs. Max Garshag, Proceeds from ithe luncheon are tor the needy. I Co-chairmen are Mrs. Elsie Eisner and Mrs. Pauhn. Sack. In charge ol reservations are i Mrs. Beth Steinberg and Mrs. Elsie Karish. Rabbi Brooks in Lecture "The Building of the Tabernacle and the Meaning oi Sacrifice in the Desert" will be the topic of a lecture by Rabbi Herschel Brooks before the Temple Zamora adult education class on Monday from 9 to 10 p.m. Afore Than Just a Vacation Cbre yourse'if a lift DON 7 BE EMBARRASSED BY UNWANTED HAIR Th safeti, p-oven, permanent process to rid oneself oi tuprrfluou* rW" is—Electrolysis. We use the internationally aid. ined tune saving Hoffman Sclektronic Method which is phy cian approved to give you a clear, beautiful after rre.i'-necu complex.on. Act now to nd yourself of this blfji sh! 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    Emcmu-EI Ladies Expect Capacity Crowd on Wed. Annual I the Temp rbourt • i cap Room ( • 12 %  Life memb rhocd ba honored with a special mucal program created for the oe"en and directed Reuben Lewn. arxi titled. The Fountain of Life Taking part are Mrs Samuel ptor. Mrs Alexander Kogar.. and Leonard Glicksman Mrack Popick will be vocah-t ac > mpar.ied by Mrs Ben Ball Co-chairmen for the event are .esdames Charles Rosengarten : aymond Goodman. M nil KroTed Zallt.5. Mortimer Corun 3 nilip Salmori. Sol Silverman T* .a-Murray Schwartzar. and Henry Penchansky Sisterhood president. Mr? Sol • importance the InBM ho are the jckUj-.v of Sistei -od. de-. of their time and efMn :.ith. chaplain of %  • • ul read f %  cat Mrs Herbert Shairo will lr.troducr tht art -iatikvah and Star-Spar.gled Banw Dr. Ir. rman the Ternspiritual leader. will greet 'ne gathering. Herzl Group Sets %  ** Maimsky t 0 sp^ m Musical Comedy u pre ,.n original musical com Active in the planning of the annual mid-winter tea and meeting oi Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood are 'left to right Mrs. Reuben Levin. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Sisterhood president, end Mrs. Leonard Glickmsn. The event will take place Wednesday at the Eden Roc Hotel, honoring all life members of Sisterhood. Sisterhood Will Hear Review Th. hood and PTA of 1 pie Emar.u-F.I held a board n ond -of a eerie* of book %  11 Irving I.ehrman. ipiril The review the auditorium of th< S •:"! Bi Euii 77tb SL on Wednesdaj Ji 10 a Dr Lehrman hacl • teller to review. The Rothschilds." by Freeh rteo. The aeries of i part of the program of the Women In -•• ti -h and Cull SI %  1 15. • i • Bra tion in a vai • %  %  .... "Chi : G Sin gin i Art %  Monday ioon at tfa B lea Wntten and directed 4*>. aU'1> VoUmkf, with \ • \ Freiden and lyi b> MrHarold Newman, the hail a la tttea Appearing in li are ler • Joe x rliek. Mrs Staole) Levitch, Carl Card tier and I Gal loer, and Milton Wrinkle Also Ju Milton Friedman, Mr.Af er MrUttTJ Lariat and teen-agers Holley Lev iuh and Bn • ; .. ai pagi The show closes with a ni-ht club scene featuring 15 "Miami Girl-" modelintin ir fa\ball gown-. Ladies of the ensemble are Mn Jerome Blank. Mrs. Sam Blank Mr.i:.ik Cpurshoo. MrStanles Frehling, Mrs George Goldl MrSamuel Halpern. Mrs Mn J< M pfa Lipton. Meyer. MrHarry Mrs. S Mrs Rabbi Morton M speaker at a luncheoai of the M arv of the Jewish i to be held r. fffl at Dougiat'.ladyt D. M dent of the group. Attorney Opens New Offices losepl w Mali Beach : v ".: I In Rd Suite 501 Study of Reds To be Reviewi "Urgency of ihi -• < icaniam n Communism" mil ed by Admil Mott. com man d ter afi Judge Advocate Cur; cd StateNavy, at ., jng of Miami Be.i : PTA on V. 30, 8 p.m.. in the luni. The meeting will view t<> the "Amaru •.. q muni-m" course to I senior class studet" Part of the social zram, the COOrse II -tart matter • t the Program iv c< mmun ed by On %  of ir: • rf by MrHerb) Beach Set at, in keepir.; i Potitivi for the current ichool Child Counselor To be Subject "What Can I Expect of My hild"' is the topic for discussion n Thursday evening. Jan. 17. hen the Early Childhood Develpment Program of the North Manty YMHA Branch PTA meets. Dr. Mabel Gibby. on the staff i the Payehology Department of eterans Hospital, and formally ounseling psychologist with the iisAouri public school system, ill be guest speaker. In addition to Dr. Gibby's presntation. Mrs. Sidney Robert.-. TA chairman of the North Couny YMHA. a branch of the Greatr Miami Jewish Community Cenr. haplanned f'>r a film which ill describe the behavior of the re-school child. A question and answer period ill follow the ; .'. The will be held at the V NE 8th Ave In barge of lion iMrs iip Kramer Hand Analysis Slated Annual paid-up membership dinner of Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yeshunm will be held Wednesday evening. 7 p.m at the Temple. Guest speaker will ditrtiM "Hand Analysis." and will do spot readings among guests. Reservationchairman is MrMark Both. 'Carmen Shapiro 1 At Beth David The garment industry, locale for many successful Broadway plays, will be the background for "Carmen Shapiro." a musical comedy to be presented Jan. 19. 20. 26 and 27 by the Beth David Players at Spector Hall. The laugh hit will be directed by Ruben Idels, A cast of over 30 will appear in the comedy Music will be by Bob Rosen and hitrio Curtain is 8 30 p.m. Featured ir. 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    Friday. January 11. 1963 4b *• %  *) ifjtrnr->#>* 7 Page 15-3 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA LODGE Gilbert Miller accepts the gavel from Stanley Goldblatt, outI going chancellor commander of North Miami Beach Lodge, [Knights of Pythias. 'vthians Elect liller Chief Gilbert Miller is new chancellor ismmander of North Miami Beach Knights of Pythias. [ Oil r officers elected at a rail > meeting are Ed Wolis, via [i etlor; Herbert Ravitz, pre Herbert Kaplan, master-atIms; Stanley Goldblatt, mastet cs; Marvin Berman, inner lard; Chuck Goldstein, outer lard pYally Walsdorf, secretary; Mark eei e, financial si >-i etary; Herjn Engel, treasurer: Ed Leipsig, i i year trustee. Officers were installed Jan. 2 |he Unified Building. Installing eer was Emanuel Mandel. deputy. Her is a Certified Public Acbtant, who lives with ins wife, and their children, Susan | Mark, in North Miami Beach. I cceeds Stanley Goldblatt. ^-Trained to Race iring to hid tor his third v'ctory of the meeting, tnor|ad racing's patriarch. "Sun•'it/simmons. will hold an fonally powerful hand in the addi'd Broward Handicap. event of Saturday's 10-race %  oster of 15 nominees for MC mile teat for three-yearannounced this week, by Kecretarj Tom Engelman, list includes three tested from Sunny .Inn's barn. re-have already won at iii4. and two of t h e m Stable's Isurrection and hipps' Royal Vscot, sonos Iquilia (inishi ,1 one two ii It • it. i t Miami Beach at kd 70 ... I lie thin 1 l Candida! ii an impressive winni r re It .: it in en t in B Rest last oe Sasso Installs County Officers Commissioner Th-.tnas J. Sasso of North Miami was guest speakei at the installation ceremony of he Senior Citizens Friendship ChiL of the North County YU1IA Branch of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center on Tues aj at 8 p.m. Newly-elected ofl cers for the year who were i n s t a I le d by Efraim H. Gale, executive, director i.f the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, are Ben Salk, president; Irwin Samuels and Harry Segool, vice presidents; Mrs. William Kimmel, recording secretary; Mis. Stella Klein, c rresponding secretary; Mrs. Cells Reich, social secretary; William Debin, treasurer; Benjamin Cinis, sergeant-at-arms; and Isidore lliisch. chaplain. The Four Avalons, outstandinq hit performers at the recen: Israel Cavalcade of Stars, are now appearing as featurec performers at the C'npma Theatre's Yiddish American vaude ville produced by Leon Schachter. Some 150 B'nai B'rith youth, representing chapters in the State of Florida, concluded their four-day convention at Camp Owaissa Bauer in Naranja, Fla., "determined to advance international good will and understanding by supporting a program for better relations with Latin America." The convention body was addressed by Stu Morrison, coordinator for the Amigo program of the Miami Herald (top row center). Also appearing at the convention were (top row) Kenneth Friedman, regional president, AZA; Michael Abrams, Intergroup Youth Cour.cil, Miami; Mrs. Alfred Reich, president of District 5, B'nai B'rith Women; Linda Sailer, convention coordinator for B'nai B'rith Girls. Bottom row aie Bonnie Frankel, BBG Florida president; Mitchell Porias, AZA convention coordinator; Dora Rodiiquez, an Amigo from Lima, Peru. %  fled, beautiful and %  rently cared for fcundi.tgs for our %  ted loved ones are fcrce of very real %  rttoall MISIVE JtWlSH CIMI UK* Mrs. Harry Klitzner, of Providence, R.I., is "capped" by Mrs. Maurice Klein, coordinator of the Miami Beach Servicemen's Center. For her "many contributions of qifts to servicemen throughout the year," Mrs. Klitzner was installed as an honorary senior hostess of the Center. //// Q/fm %  ii MAUSOLEUM MO 1-7693 TWI\ I1TY GLASS TO. GUARANTiiD MIRRORS STORE FRONTS FURNITURE TOPS ANTIQUE MIRRORS & RE SILVERING AUTO GLASS INSTALLED WHILE YOU WAIT 1220 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. JE 8-6141 TV Debate In Israel's Parliament JERUSALEM (JTA) — Education Minister Abba ESI in this week urged the Knesset to approve the Cabinet proposal to accept an (iier by the Rothschild Group to finance the establishment and test operation of an educational television network. The Government would decide whether to take over e. mplete responsibility r or the project at' the end of the trial period oi two or three years. Mr Bban stressed that the Knesset was not being asked to take ;. stand on a general television network. He assured the Knesset that the Education Ministry would bear exclusive responsibility for the content and form of the programs. The debate revealed deep reservations over the project as speakers seemed to agree that, while the item on the'agenda was educational television, th real ISeducational television, the real ismany believed would inevitably follow. It is understood that Achcut Avoda and the National Religious Party would seek Cabinet permission to vote independently on the question without being bound by the coalition clause requiring collective responsibility on Cabinet proposals. A television "propaganda war' between the Arab states and Israel was predicted by Arab TV officials as a result of Israel's plan to establish an educational TV network there, it was reported here from Beirut. The report said that both are expected to use this medium for "propaganda offen gives" onto each other's sen Cairo, which has the region's hi I television facilities, and Beirut, where there are two independent commercial stations, will be able to reach [srael s Bcreens, while Israel's projected television network iexpected to be received clearly in most Arab stateOli I II i> r i e 0 PERLMUTTER. '. ("II II II .. "A. 19.1 X. ShortDr., died Inn %  %  Bej RUBIN. Ml K. I.i.l ...n. • %  I, I \ dli it .'.in. j Rivi i-Kldi UNION. M I-. .inn. 141 ." i: ALTERMAN. Ii.i. 72, 1 • died Jnn. i ltlv< nili FLEISCHER. M 111 Allal of '-'• s\v j %  -i s' .. lordon JACOBSKIND. I SVV .. .ii. .i ;..n ROMAN. M I • I On III-., side SLOB.N. Mi .rah Sorln, .A J I WAHL. '.• • \ %  .Ii. i I., STRAUSS. Ml %  -\i,ii.i. ".*>, Till •:. Vvi ,1 %  i '. ltl\Vl>l GAUTHIER. VU-xai l< "3 v • i. LUBV. I. %  iIi died i„ %  dun'. RIB-MER. % % %  V\i died I ,. ROTHMAN. '., .I W lltll s dli % %  I • Ftiversldi SELDEN S W I \ d. i, oOLlN. \l 11 Vw.. died I • %  '. rtlon. | HARRIS \\ anhingt Vv. % % %  •' M ill.ink FRIEDMAN. %  %  VV 111VI SAXE. I ... v. Avi .1 II DERiNOtR. Mil liani R7, slO 7th ..1 .1 Inn : Hi %  LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICB IS HEItEllY UIVEN tl I tic iiinl. i siun. %  !. ili Miring to .IK..I. r lli. I'l.lil lllUH :..i ,( vv li N MacArl n Ca isewa Miami i;....ii. Florida Intends lo rugi-.. i a name u liti thi I iei k of "in mi Court .a Dude County, I-1 Ida linlNS AVII.I.I: i 'I MIAMI IIBACH, IM i Corp.) S Ssole • ivs lift KKSSt.BR & ...\l:s An..1 ii. >.for Applicant |.'.S VV I-i Sir. i I I1-18-S5, Ner Tcamid Lists New Activities The adult education program at Temple -Ner Tanud resumed on Jan. 8 at 8:30 p.m. (luest lecturer was Rabbi Max Dpschitz, of Beth Torah. who spoke Oil "How the Bible Was Made." Lectures are held in the chapel of the Temple. Hebrew classes for beginners and intermediates also resume on Tuesday Temple Ner Tamid will present its fourth annual Temple concert on Saturday, Jan. 19. The proi will include opera, popular, Hebrew. Yiddish and Israeli musical renditions Gui si artists are Cantor Saul H. Breeh, tenor; Rose Byrum. soprano; Jascha Fisherman, painiti; and Alexander Prilutchi, violinist. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH: Uth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AN; FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No 63C 281 MKl.Ol'IADBS I DEL RET, ri., ntirr. I K\r \N DEL KEY, I •. t |'i IHK.NK K VltAX DEI. Ki:V vv. ror, IKUNK K vi: w DEI. R %  ,. llliii. HWer In Ihe % %  Dlv< • II I*. : %  I, IM for, Ihi %  A ill be -. i Unlei Janilii .! VN in I ,. ,] I.Y.MAN, • NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE C RCUIT COURT OF TH £ ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0 = FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11062 W.UMO N'I'N ,-, ,v>i ii I'KKEZ Sl'.NEZ, I lefi ndanl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl I roXSVBI I > PBKRZ NTNi:/ i,. f ( ndanl .... i i: =' i"." v.,-:i,i. i... M ,tansa Brovim • Culm Vn %  b> notified thai a i i Hvon has ii I you an i iiuin .I i" Bei i• %  ., ropy ol voui A i HWer i I'll adlng to thi Rill ol MI ,,M Hie plaintiff* Vtti rni S \ \iiii. i', Hi.' VS PRO. I \v 17th A vi %  Vi l : and file thi Vi iw or PI( lug in ti\. ..fii. •• "f Ihe ri.ik ol %  ..n or i" fore the ii you fall • idun .1,1 bj default will : il ded In the Complaint nunllahi eh weeV fi : %  four eonHW HI \\ e Wi |."W |SH II c iRII>l IN HONE V\'l> ORDERED al Mil Id i thin th daj ol Jan A.ll i |i I.I:AI HERM VN, •''. rk, I, i'.,ii.. County, i-'i I.. Is M I -l MAN ity i 'li rk I i u-18-s, ;


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    Volume 36 Number 2
    Friday, January 11. 1963
    15 Tebet 5723
    Removing Some
    Of the Scaffold
    DOING THE FIGURE 88
    #*
    The misunderstanding between
    -'.adassah and the Government of
    -:>rael raises many questions that
    0 beyond the immediate issues
    :: the controversy.
    Only time can clarify the ma-
    ,i elements of the dispute: whe-
    -er. for example, Hadassah is
    Drrect in its "precipitous" action.
    espite the long and arduous ne-
    : otiations leadinq to the decision;
    or the Health Ministry of Israel
    : an be justified in labeling the
    -iadassah move as "one-sided''
    : nd "unwarranted."
    But the more central issue in-
    olves the relationship between
    -.iaspora Jewry and the State of
    .srael a favorite consideration
    01 Israeli politicians and social
    neoreticians, who frequently take
    delight in downgrading the Jew-
    -ih community "me-chutz la'aretz."
    From a very realistic point of view, the
    .-.adassah action recognizes Israel's great
    Krides since her establishment, and suggests
    -iat Hadassah assistance is no longer needed
    -a certain geographic areas of the country.
    This is precisely the sort of reasoning for which
    .sraeli critics of diaspora Jewry say they have
    onged. This, indeed, would seem to be the
    voluntary submission of power for which they
    . ave sought.
    Put another way: Prime Minister Ben-
    Gurion has on more than one occasion refer-
    red to the scaffolding that the diaspora build-
    ers of the State of Israel refuse to knock down
    : nd remove now that the building is standing.
    At least on its face, the Hadassah decision
    would seem to be a positive answer to the Ben-
    Gurion charge.
    Hadassah has a long history in Israel, par-
    '.cularly in the field of health and medical wel-
    fare. But Hadassah is also a voluntary Zionist
    crganization dedicated to the highest purposes
    --nd greatest needs of Israel's pioneers. Ha-
    : assah wants to serve them, and this, Hadas-
    afa says, can best be done by implementing
    the move made several days ago.
    Isn't this part of the scaffold-removal
    j roject?
    Secular Law Victory
    The Shtarkes case has reached its climax
    ith the sentencing this week of the man who
    -idnapped Yossele Shumacher. No matter
    which side the court would have favored, the
    State of Israel could hardly be the winner in
    vie eyes of Jews everywhere.
    Those who will say the court was right,
    rgue in terms of the modern legal process,
    r_nd in accord with the principle that the pur-
    rose of government, among other things, is to
    : rotect the integrity of the individual.
    There is no question that the relationship be-
    veen Yossele and his parents was violated by
    zn outsider, for this is what Shalom Shtarkes
    .as, uncle to the boy or not. In addition, each
    Of the parties was injured personally by the
    .Meddling intruder, who took it upon himself
    .3 judge the validity and worth of the parent-
    ton tie in the Shumacher case, and to con-
    emn it.
    On the other hand, there will be those who
    nevitably argue the merits of the court de-
    rision from the point of view of religion and
    "ewish survival. That their argument may
    seem weak today, whatever the merits of the
    principles they muster in its defense, is cer-
    rjinly reflected by the legal opinion.
    As in the recent Father Daniel case, Yos-
    --ele's kidnapping has two times in a row put
    .srael on the spot. In both instances, despite
    ne critics, who frequently point the finger of
    theocracy," secular law seems to have won
    ..i Israel.
    The 88th Congress
    Prospects for the new 88th Congress seem
    bright. All new things seem bright. Many of
    the old problems, swept under the rug in the
    declining hours of the last session, are still
    there to plague the nation and its legislators.
    There will be new ones to add to the bur-
    den during the months ahead. But this is the
    citadel of American freedom. This is the Gov-
    ernment of the United States and its people.
    As the 88th Congress resumes the business
    of the land, we hopefully join our Senators and
    Representatives in a silent prayer for their
    successful deliberation.
    Judge Cypen Resigns
    Circuit Judge Irving Cypen steps down
    from the bench on Monday. His resignation
    came as a shock to the district he has served.
    The many expressions of regret offered by his
    colleagues in the judiciary, members of the
    bar, and the community at large are a tribute
    to him.
    Judge Cypen was appointed to the bench
    by Gov. LeRoy Collins in November, 1958. Two
    years later, he ran unopposed to succeed him-
    self.
    During his tenure on the bench, he has
    added to the prestige of the court by his per-
    sonal dignity and legal saqacity. His high
    level of juridical accomplishment will be
    missed.
    As he returns to the private practice of law,
    the community wishes Judge Cypen well.
    The Price of Freedom
    Israel's new budget may well tell all Amer-
    icans that the business of operating a govern-
    ment today is an expensive thing. Inevitably,
    the expense falls on the weary shoulders of a
    weary public.
    That defense is so huge a consideration
    seems to be a sad but stark reality even for a
    country as small as Israel. And no one feels
    the need for defense more strongly than the
    individual Israeli, whose fierce pride in his
    freedom is challenged daily by an encircle-
    ment of hostile neighboring lands.
    In an address this week. Prime Minister
    Ben-Gurion warned his doughty nation that
    they were in for another belt-tightening session.
    Expansion programs, immigration, and defense
    among many other considerations all point-
    ed toward another bout with austerity.
    But austere Israel seems accustomed to it.
    Grumbling though they may be. Israelis hope-
    fully face 1963 in the manner akin to all hoe
    peoples: with a lopsided budqet laden by mil-
    itary expenditures and little sign of relief.
    during the week
    ... as i see i(
    by LEO MINDLIN
    A LOT of people hav.,
    " some unkind reran*."
    reply to my unkind"
    here last week on the r
    refugees. 1 ,m as ^
    tanan as the next fellou
    ,he,'act Jtal 1 -aid ,
    nothing about the refu
    The point of the colum/
    the Presidency and u,c
    who occupies that office u
    Whatever unkindnesia.
    have been mustered were direeted against him not the ref
    This is | Mgmficant distinction, and it is sad that .", nJh'
    controlled emotion was unnecessarily expended in defense of J
    had never been attacked. More important, a central ism.
    overlooked in the process, the role upon which the President
    seized as entirely his own with respect to Cuba and the abortiv
    of PigS invasion.
    What 1 said last week was that it is the nation at large and
    people who must assume the responsibility for the action I did
    here mean to deny, nor do I attempt to deny now. that Mr
    in his chief executive's capacity, personally contributed to tt
    ments involved in the catastrophic Cuban failure. Bui -he gov
    ment. in the final analysis symbolizes the decision, not any indiri
    or we hav< come full circle to American monarchy
    For this reason, responsible though Mr. Kennedy tns have I
    he possessed neither the moral right nor diplomatic jusi ftcatj
    congratulate publicly what is after all an illegal revolui.
    housed and nurtured on our soil, however sympathetic he may
    toward its Impulses and destiny. At worst, the President's amt.
    rice In the Orange Bowl was hence an uncontrolled display off
    failure to understand the nature of the office he occui i
    Mr. Kennedy's gratuitous participation in the proceedu I
    downright foolish address he delivered there, were an ,mpitrf
    immature petulahci
    -: :- :
    MISSIlt Sill A CASt IN POINT
    the action may have momentarily assuaged th<
    pecsonal pangs ol conscience, but it also did harm to the
    ti,e uf the government and nation he represent* w
    submerged to the higher interests of the other is etc;,:
    we pre no looter talking about representative demon
    That the President did not foresee this himseli
    strange And it is especial]) strange when we recall t:
    eandidate in 1960. Mr Kennedy made pointed reference, for \jm*ptel
    to cultisl leadership tendencies in the U.S. Department
    Indeed, in the event he would be elected. Mr. Kenncd> :
    drastic revision of the State Department structure f&verning i tci
    policy formulation .Neither can it be said of the President that
    has since failed to make some effort in this direction.
    His recent handling of the Hawk missile sale to Israel is ca-tl
    in point, where Mr. Kennedy has been bucking painfully ohvio3
    State Department opposition to the sale and where, to neutralize the"
    President's action, for its part the Department now seems bent ocl
    selling Hawks to all comers in the Middle East. While this :.,rdj
    represents anything like the structural revision toward which he pre]
    sumably aspiredit more probably suggests Mr. Kennedy's person*.
    acquiescence to the statistical significance of the minority vote u[
    his. own fractionally successful candidacyI nevertheless raise iM
    question to illustrate the fundamental point of my column last week
    No one will deny that the Presidency repeatedly applies rJ
    prestige in the direction of fulfilling the personal commitments inaj
    needs of the man temporarily occupying the office. Right or vvmil
    these are the realities of the power facets of the Presidency in prac|
    tical operation.
    -j- -: :
    mom piopli ro pfoptr contact
    BUT THE IMAGE must always be of a government in action ir.
    spired by the idealism and intelligence of its chief executive-1
    and of the people in actionnever of the individual President a-i
    actor. It was certainly generous of Mr. Kennedy, in his terrible hour
    of disappointment back in April. 1961. to accept the Bay o Pip
    failure as his own responsibility. Among other things, in n
    to pass the buck, he rose in the esteem of his own eountnrner..
    Nevertheless, history must record the failure as America's rather
    than the President's.
    Similarly, whatever its consequences, history will record th< salt
    of Hawks to Israel as a State Department foreign policy d
    although the behind-the-scenes truth more likely suggests an inter
    neeinc struggle between Mr. Kennedy and the Department, w
    President, the nation's elected representative, initiating th< action |
    on the basis of his prior political commitments and statemen- con
    inning the Middle East, and the State Department, its care,
    mats seeking to perpetuate their entrenched powers, hewin, lu a
    traditional anti Israel line that need show no expedient com for
    popular sentiment.
    In this regard. I am reminded of former President Eiser.l
    comments several days ago. during which he called for
    people to people contact, and reflected on the sagacity that the
    el the world tell their governments to go packing. Peace. 1 indi-
    cated, would be more attainable under such circumstances I
    governments are so often the principal stumbling blocks to i
    *# ;
    PLACING THE ACCINT WHttt IT BU0NGS
    THE CHILDISHNESS HERE is long past shocking. Mr Eise*
    bower's eight years in office speak for themselves, and have
    accustomed us to his self-imposed innocence. Neither am I t. ; w-
    to say more about it than that the Eisenhower tenure was every-
    thing in his dotage he presumably deplores: a superlative example
    Of red tape bureaucracy, with military prototype chains of command
    SO complex that they removed the people from the business ol their
    government to the furthest extent possible: this was after all Ml
    purpose, to keep Ike away from the brutal realities of his office
    For his role was never to meet them, but to be titular commander
    ol those designated to do to
    Nevertheless, there certainly is something to recomun
    Mr Eisenhower's observationnot, naively, that human SOCiet)
    toward anarchy, but that governments more freely dispo~<
    selves to represent the highest Interests of the governed Pill
    another way, In terms of the Eisenhower suggestion, govi
    must ultimately achieve total spiritual contact with the individual
    citizen in order that the individual eiti/en and his government attain
    the blessed status of virtual Identity charitably, this is at least what
    I trust Mr Eisenhower meant bj hit. disarming if not mtoxicati
    to storm the citadel oi the body politic.
    Returning to President Kennedy, I hope it i> now clear tl
    did none of thes. thin when he stood before the nation i
    the Cuban refugees He made, not an identity of the people and 'her
    mm nt. hut oi the government and himself
    II
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