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cJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WfrKlY Vo ume 36 — Number 4 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 25, 1963 Two Sections — Price 20* Soviet Hints Threat to Russian Jews at United Nations Talks i SITED NATIONS — (JTA) — -|h, S< iel representative on the Nations Subcommission on |>ie\ert_on of Discrimination asnis week that introduction %  h organisations ot the Is• migration of Jews from I ... iropean countries was "a ice" to the Jewish populotions in those countries, which certainly would Dot help them." Boris S Ivanov made that statement in a continuing discussion at a Subcommission meeting of a report dealing with the right of any Individual to leave his country and to return lo it. The discussion eached the stage of paragraph by paragraph consideration of the report, prepared by Jose Ingles of the Phillipines, special rapporteur. The target ot the Soviet representative's wrath was the Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations, which had submit led data on Jewish emigration from the East European countries BRITON BACK FROM TOUR Report Israel's Fear for New Egyptian Arms .'DON — (JTA' — The feeling that the Arab-Israel situation • "very dangerous, just like before the Sinai campaign in 1956." • pressed here this week by Anthony Wedgwood Bonn—Lord Tansgate—following his return from Israel. "Israel," he reported over is "very alarmed at the Egyptian rearmament and very do '• TV is moving against ls< said "The Arab coun diminishing with the acquisition ... getting arms from both b> the Arab governments of more — om the West and the technical weapons." MORRIS B. ABKAM and barriers of such emigration. The Coordinating Board of Jewish Organizations is one of a number of Jewish groups which have consultative status before the subcommission, with the right to •peal; and to submit formal memoranda—but not with the right to .ole. The organizations represent<; by the CBJO are B'nai B'nth. the Board of Deputies of British Jews and the South African Jewish Board of Deputies. Morrs B. Abram, the United States representative, immediately challenged the Soviet representative, protesting strongly against "allusions" that the discussion of the question mighj "jeopardize" the Jewish populations in those countries. He said that "if this is true, then we are in a very bad state of affairs." He added that, if any gcvernment "acted this way," then it was not a suprise if there were groups who "wanted to leave that country." Paul Barton, representing the International Confederation of Free Trade Unions, also interpreted the Soviet representative's statement as a possible threat. He said he wanted to submit additional documentation on the question. He requested a clarification on the Soviet representative's statement, specifically whether the Soviet statement meant that there would be retaliation measures K. § Oo U' "If the Khrushchev saw about Jews in government betrays his basic anti-Semitism." writes' Leo Mindlin this week, "it also appears to serve as a warning to Jews that they had best become less conspicuous." — PAGE 4-A. taken against the Jewish populations because their "tragic situa tion" had been brought to the at tention of the Subcommission. He said that if this would be the case, he would not submit his organza lion's documentation in order not to endanger those Jewish populations. In his statement, his second durContinued on Page 9 A ial in the morale between the Israeli and Arab troops, which ov very Important, is now SIDNEY R. YATES JFK to Name Chicago Atty. To Top Position He suggested that Israel should take the initiative in solving the Arab refugee problem by agreeing to admit one Arab refugee to every 10 Jews entering Israel under the Law of Return. "An initiative by Israel on the Arab refuge* question would have several advantages," he asserted. "There would be some technical ENDORSE SUBCOMMITTEE REPORT ON MINORITY DISCRIMINATION France and England Advocate UN Move to Reunite All Split Families UNITED NATIONS — (JTA) — Spoke-men for France and Britain here strongly endorsed this week a United Nations subcommission report advocating the right of every individual to leave any country,'including his own. The issue is of particular Jewish interest because Jews in the Soviet Union are not permitted to leave Russia to rejoin relatives in Israel and other countries. The discussion centered on a cooperation between Israel and the Arabs; Israel would obtain a sort of de facto recognition by the Arabs; and a category of refugees 1 UN Sub-commission on Prevention would be created who have chos-' of Discrimination and Protection 80 not to return to Israel and n| Minorities. The report, sub IN ~~D NATIONS — (JTA) — therefore would be eligible for.mitted by Jose D. Ingles, Phillip-j I'resicknt Kennedy announced this resettlement in the Arab counpine delegate and special rappor*eel tils intention to nominate tries (cur. also recommended that per.. ft. Yates. Chicago Jewish ^ ^ p^ mcan .',ons wishing to leave a country wye: as United States rcprescnrep orted that' almost every permanentlj should be entitled to .atiw the V^l^tonkjjnub jn th( Mi(|dIe EMt | leeshij Council, with the rank of ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ PrMlden( v • (,or Nasser of Egypt for a possible !;< .n Chicago in 1N0, Mr coup. The newspaper asserted Yates 'as educated in public that "this powder keg corner of si Hoe there and graduated in the world is nearer to an explosion 1H31 m University of Chicago now than it has ever been in the aiid m University of Chicago year ot Intrigue, plotting and Law .%  100I in 1933. craving for power by the man who lit rved in the U.S. Navy in v. aits in Cairo," Worli .Var II and was elided to Lord Tansgate apparently made from the 9th Congressno mention of the recent U.S. role UN report, based on views from eM m lr p r „ por ty and take the 90 countries, affirming that right. pU)l 0 ,.,| s as wc i] ;,< personal cf\ The report was submitted to the fects, with them tOHUHKU MUSS Rome Group Hears Plea Prior to the French and British statements of support, the report was assailed by Soviet c'elegate Boris Ivanov, who charged that the report conContinued on Page 7-A Religion and Race Confab Urges Battle Against Bias By SAUL CARSON CHICAGO — (JTA) — The First National Conference on Rel.gion tiom we pin congressno menuon o uu rec ens v-.*. on ( .. (o ^ ^ Strict of IIMnoJs lA 1948 ,„ Egypt, rai n Omen, which American people" to end all kin's of racial d.scnm.nas r, nee of the Democratic was virtually financed bjAjJJJ o| !" () mobi iw An em ,,, s tnree I arty He was later reelected to aan aid funds, only to boomerang eeding Conees .g.lns, Washington's best mtcrosts. -a* *-_ '' *•< ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ROME — (JTA) — The hope that the Ecumenical Council, when i resumes its session this year. will act favorably on the memorandums submitted by Jewish J organizations asking for the elimination of anti-Jewish elements from Catholic dogma and for the conJemnation of anti-Semitism was expressed here this week at a fraternal assembly of representatives of all major religions held at the Pro Deo University under the chairmanship of Cardinal Bea. head of the Vatican Secretariat for the Unity of Christians, who developed the agenda lor the Ecumenical Council. AT CHEIMNO MURDER CAMP IN POLAND Jewish EyeWitness Tells of Killings B — (JTA) — A Jewish in.Michael Podschlebnik. 55. in the 1 BU the Chelmno muKier camp trial in Provincial Court here of >''• N.: held Poland, who was 1U former Nazi storm troopers and '•rcc ;<> help prepare mass .security police Officers on charges testified this week that el having murdered 170.000 .lews n d vhen he opened a gas van In the camp during the war. the bodies of his wife and two childrci "fell in front of me." Podschlebnik, one of the few T>, vstimony was given by survivors of the murder camp. testified that though he had begged the SS to kill him, he was selected for work in preparing mass graves for victims. He testified that 13 to 14 poison gas vans operated daily in the camp, killing 900 Jews daily on Continued on Page 6 A The hope was voiced bj Judge Sergio Piperno, president of the Union of Italian Jewish Communities. He told the 500 religious OUslyby the l.OW Christian dignitaries Catholic. Protestant. and Jewish clerical and lay leadJewish. Moslem, Buddhist, Taoist ers. While the conference was ..'..I others-thai -truth and chardirected primarilj to the Negro Ity, fer understood as a problem in America, the final form of justice, are the basic declaration was interpreted, parprinciples oi Jewish teacmng. "Th ; s chosen assembly," he Soldi "is n example o' what can b* achieved when the voice of the Lord gathers us in a fraternal feast." He expressed "hearty and fraternal appreciation of their work" to Pope John XXIII, to Cardinal Bea who is Continued on Page 12-A tlcularly by the major Jewish participants, as presaging a new day in Christian concern tor anti Semitism as well One recommendation urged church and synagogal organizations ant! institutions to use the economic power of thir substanContinued on Page 2 A



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Page 2-A 9-Jewistfkridiar^ Friday. January 25, 1%3 Religion, Race Confab Urges Battle Against Bias 9 _-. u..„, taw. time, in MM North .t lew*. tants have gotten together to fi K i racism -toward an integrated community." Continued from Pag* 1 A *iat pension fund* %  and endow %  nents to promote interracial housing projects as well as for •he promotion of equality of opportunity in all fields for all races and minorities in the United States. As organizations which engage i much construction work, the churches and synagogues were i Lid to exact from building contractors strict pledges against racial discrinrnation. As emplcy. rs, the religious organizations eic urged to remove racial bari iers in their own employment notices. The conference also called for removal of all racial barriers In soch religion-linked Institutions as hospitals, homes for he aged, child care agencies and ther welfare organization*. In another recommendation. Christians and Jews as religious dherents, lay and clerical, wire rged to help Negro families obtain homes in all-white suburbs, to ..id stabilization of the character of changing urban neighborhoods ml to work for federal and state Jaws against discrimination in employment and housing. They also ere asked to act to assure that all of the country's educational esourees and facilities be used Emanu-EI Youth To be Installed to help eliminate all racial preju-i shared convictions, ^' h e !" J* [dice and barriers. land dedication essentia to create The BUS Tbe. approved, in^rmte,, Mates ^JJJ all to realize their hopes and destiny." ^ ""^S.mi.isnu -P "w There Installation of officers of the Temple Emanu-EI United Synagogue Youth Chapter will be heldJ religions had undertaken Sunday at the North Branch Build( >.-capable obligation to pl;m> for a follow-up committee of Catholics, Protestants and Jews to oversee implementation on the recommendations on the local level. The followup plan was prepared by A. Harold Murray, director of the Community Affairs Department of the American Jewish Committee. The conference also set up a national steering committee of representatives of the three faiths with the Synagogue Council of America as the Jewish religious representative body. As ore of its first steps, the follow up commiltee chose 10 cities for pilot projects in interreligiocs an* inter-racial work for each of the recommendations. The cities chosen were Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, New Orleans, Oakland (Calif.), San Francisco, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, San Antcnio and Seattle. Plans also were considered for convening another rational conference on religion and race in the next two or three years. Evaluations of the conference included a description by Rabbi Philip Hiat. executive vice president of the Svnagogue Council of America, of the conclave and the declaration as "a milestone in Jewish. American and world his tory." Arnold Aronson. of the National Community Relations Advisory Council, said that the ori ganized Catholic and Protestant an "incombat Peace Corps Director R. Sargeant Shriver, Jr., the Pre*.dent's, brother -ei-law, told the conference that churches and synagogues should ask each of their congrejants to "pledge a tithe of his time to removing racial barriers at work, at play and at worship." Rabbi Balfour Brickncr, director of the Social Actions Commission of the Union oi American Hebrew Congregations and il' Central Conference of American Kabbis. reported a recommendation from a tri-laith work group that synagogues and churches should apply discipline ami sanctions against members >' congregations practicing racial discrimination, "up t<> ihc point ol ex pulsion from membership.*' Dr. Franklin 11. Litell. professor ol Church .Ministry at tinChi cago Theological Seminary, de nounced anti-Semitism at the firsl session as "perhaps the surest seismoyraphic measurement ol totalitarian systems and pre-totalitarian movements," He -aid it was not an accident but a "dread tul portent" thai synagogues were bombed in American cities "pre cisely at the moment when the White Citizens Councils, Circuit Riders. Minute Men. John Birchers an;l all the denizens id the political sewers are uniting to attack the Supreme Court ar.d tinremaining centers of free discussion among the clinches, the universities and the trade unions." so many religious faiths" warned the conference against the danger ol aim Semitism among Negroes. Deploring what lie called the lad lire to plan genuine action against bigotry of all kinds. Mr Stringfellow said: "What has been latent for a ng auditorium at 8 p.m. Dr. Irv-, anti-Semitism." as well as to bating Lchrman. spiritual leader Of *j e anti-Negro racism. Rabbi The Temple, will officiate. j ;v[ arc n Tanenbaum, of the Amer. Parents of the boys and girls to ican Jewish Committee, said that be inducted will present their sons I the widespread commitment by William Stringfcllow, a New nd daughters to Dr. Lehrman for, the Conference to work seriously York attorney who emphasized the ceremony. to overcome bigotry is "a develthat he is a "white Anglo-Saxon New officers include Selma opment of the greatest potential Protestant." Schickman. president; Max Stein. I significance to the Jewish comgard, executive vice president; I munity." Sandy Genet, membership vice The dclegales hc ard a long and president; Heidi Penchansky. socwanB message from President jal programs: Benjy Stone, rehK ,. nn ,. dv wno expressed gratitude gious and cultural programs; Lee for tm (ac( ,„.„ so many Amer Rosenb.ou.se, community service icans .. djverst> in programs; Marge Freeman, treas„ iirer; Karen Adler. corresponding • ^^^^^^_ secretary; Johnny Kaplan, record-J aa^alaaaBBBBBBBBi ing secretary; and Sam Steingard.' parliamentarian. j TENSE NERVOUS HEADACHES call for STRONGER Yet SAFER ANACIN i Won't Upset The Stomach Anacin* not only g-lvea itrtngir, tm*t*r relief from rain of headache •at Is also /r. Won't upset the stomach and has no bad effects. Yoa •*•. Anacin is like a doctor's prescription. That it, Anacin contains aot ioit ons but • combination of Medically proven, active ingredients. Scientific research has proved lie inal* drug can give such strong yet each safe relief as Anacin Tablets. 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1 Friday. January 25. 1963 feWft nrir1fr,n Page 3-A Irving Kane Due at CJA Celebration Samuel C. Levenson (left), co-chairman of the Initial Gifts Committee, and Joseph M. Lipton, 1962 CJA general campaign chairman, and active leader of the Initial Gifts Committee and the Finance Division, of which he serves as honorary chairman, are shown at a breakfast meeting at the Algiers Hotel on Sunday to plan the Feb. 3 leadership dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Rabbis to Assist UJA Conference StN. MATING DM ... 5-4 Rabbis of the Greater Miami area will meet for brunch Monday to form a Rabbinical Advisory Committee and to map rabbinical -nonsorship for the 25th national maupurnl conference of the United Jewish Appeal on Sunday, Feb. 17, at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The call for the masting went out earlier this week in a letter tn ;ill members of the Rabbinical \-MX-iation of Greater Miami under the signatures of Rabbi David Shapiro, Tiniple Sinai. Hollywood, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach. Rabbi Shapiro is president of the Rabbinical Assn., and Rabbi Lehrman is a member of the National Rabbinical Advisory Coufnvl of the UJA. This represents the tirst time in the 14 years UJA has been launehing its nationwide campaigns from tlie Greater Miami area that spiritual leaders here will be playing so large a part in a campaign inaugural conference. Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Lehr man #mpha-ized in their lettei that "the UJA's 25'h annual can paign deserves the strongest poei ible launching not onlv on •' count of the significance of its 25th anniversary, but in the light | of the very great needs that confront the UJA agencies in Europe and Israel." The meeting will hear from Rabbi Shapiro, Rabbi Lehrman. and Martin Peppercorn, associate national field director of the UJA. IffVJNC KANE fINANCt DIVISION ... 5-4 MHC4NTHE CABINET ... 7-4 BAY HARBOR ... 9-4 Irving Kane, immediate past president of the Council of 'Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, will he principal speaker at the community leader-hip dinner of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation on Feb. 3. The event is scheduled to honor past campaign chairmen of the Combined Jewish Appeal during the 25 years of Federation's existence, and also to mark the Silver Anniversary year of Federation, Greater Miami's central Jewish community tund-raising and planning agency. Samuel C. Levenson, chairman of the Initial Gifts Committee with Leonard Rosen, at a meeting Sunday in the Algiers Hotel, said that "the black tie dinner Feb. 3 will be the highlight of our Silver Anniversary year." Kane has been an established leader of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, one of the most outstanding Federations in the country, and as head of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, he presided over an organization composed of 217 Federations and Welfare Funds throughout the United States and Canada. Mitchell Wolfson is chairman of the leadership dinner, and assisting him are Samuel Kipnis, Sam H. Rost and Sam Luby, Jr. Kane is president and chairman of the executive committee of CJFWF and a member of the organizing committee of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture, •ast vice chairman. Large City Budget Conference Steering Committee, he is past president of the Jewish Community Council and past chairman of the Jewish Community Relations Committee of Cleveland. He is past chairman >f the National Community Relations Advisory Council, past associate chairman of the American Jewish Tercentenary, member of '.he National Council of the Amercan Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, trustee and member ol the executive committee of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and vice chairman of the Fellows of Brandeis University. Initial Gifts Committee breakfast meeting Sunday also brought out (left to right) William Agranove, one of the community's active Federation workers; Federation President Sidney Lefcourt; and Federation Vice President Leon Kaplan. Chaim Greenberg Branch Installs Highlight of the first meeting of 1963 for the Poale Zion, Chaim Greenberg Branch, was installation of officers. Held at Farband Cultural Center, the cultural portion of the evening included reports on two conventions held recently in New York. Dr. M. Rosett and I. Lederman, special delegates, spoke on the I'oale Zion convention, and Dr.: Simon Wilensky. president, reported on the Histadrut convention. Irving M. Sachs, former president of the branch, conducted the, ceremony installing the following I slate of officers: Dr. Wilensky, president; Mrs. Miriam Halpenn. Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff, Max Astor and I. LederI man, vice presidents; Mrs. Meyer Kahn. financial and corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sonia Robbins. recording secretary; and Abraham F'raidlin. treasurer. Chairmen of the cultural committee. Ben Minerbere. Bernard Furman. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, and M. Center; publicity, Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild. Representative to the Bureau o; Jewish Education, David Freed man; to the Jewish Nationa, Fund, Mrs. Sofia Sceman; lion.lfor Israel, Mrs. Meyer Kahn; to UJA, Abraham Fraidlin; and Histadrut. Lewis Mann. 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Page 4-A +Jeistncrid&n Friday. January 25, 1%3 • S; _c UewisH Floridian OFHCE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 34605 Teletype Comrnunicgtiang .Miami TWX. MM 396 FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN •. Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Pbll.h.d **• Friday Hc Utl by The '"i* !" 1 *** at ISO N.E. Sixth Strwt. Miami 1. "" !" Second-Class Postage Paid at Miami, Florida. The J.wiah Floridian ha. absorbed the *SgfiJjSj&SSa the jeiia VVMly. Member lhe J 'wJirtL d?Ne*. Agency. Seven Art. Feature Syndicate -Worldw.de New. Service. National Editorial A.sn Amend n AM n. o Engh.h-Jewi.h Newspaper., and the Florida P-essAssn during the week ... as i see it by LEO MINDLIN The Jewish FIoiMlan does not ru of fhe merchandi se advertised In Its co.umn-. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area On. Year $5 00 Three Years $10.00 Out of Town Upon Request ^^^^ Volume 36 Number 4 Friday, January 25, 1963 29 Tebet '5723 On Assisting Our Own Worst Interests A distinguished British spokesman. Lord Tansgate, this week warned his government that Israel is "very alarmed" about the precipitous rearming of Egypt. Lord Tansgate's warning came on the heels of a just-concluded visit to the Jewish State. His observation centers on the classic distinction between Israel and the Arab nations, which now seems on the dangerous wane — the higher technical level of Israeli military life and the greater strength of Israeli purpose. As Lord Tansgate sees it, the rapid rearming, particularly of Egypt, is leveling this distinction to the point where Israel will shortly be unable to hold a sea of hostile Arab neighbors at bay. There is nothing new in Lord Tansgate's warning. But what is useful about it seems to be the reiterated suggestion that the Western Powers, presumably Israel's friends, are much to blame for the situation. For these are the sources, the British spokesman declared, of President Nasser's rising military power. Certainly the Soviet Union's role in the Egyptian beef-up has been legion. Added, however, to our own, it makes for a formidable and dangerous rise in a Middle East imbalance of power. Particularly sad about this, as Lord Tansgate did not observe, is America's singular role here. As supporters of the Yemeni Imam, the U.S. Department of State recently stood by to watch Egypt's Nasser move into Yemen against our best interests. No one, not even the State Department's very enemies of Israel, will deny that American dollar credits to Egypt paid for that campaign. It would take a Briton's variety of sad humor to make human sense out of this. Nasser's good friends at the State Department these days can't. ( %  n*is*Aeu amour Ampvm tPWlrVtUVOmONALTVj The Communist 'Haven' The violent Soviet reaction to a United Nations Subcommission discussion centering on the rights of people to emigrate from the countries of their residence is easy to under-' stand. Basically, the discussion is an outgrowth of a report by the UN Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, in which specific recommendations have been made concerning the humanitarian purpose of reuniting broken-up families. This is a major world issue, in fact so large, that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights specifically deals with it in Paragraph 20 of the declaration. Stripped from its theoretical considerations, the UN discussion in fact raises the question of why Jews living in the Soviet Union are not permitted to emigrate. Boris S. Ivanov, who is the Soviet representative on the Subcommission, denies the premise. He ".quoted mis week as labeling as "nonsense" charges that there are limitations on emigration from the Soviet Union. Everyone, he told the Subcommission, is allowed to leave. On the other hand, in a critical attack against the highest purposes of the discussion, he threatened the safety of East European Jewry by declaring that the discussion was "a bad service" and "would not help them." Obviously, the violence of the Red reaction stems from the embarrassment that anyone should want to leave the haven of Communism. Coming on the heels as all this does of the comment by Chairman Khrushchev about the inadvisability of Jews in government, it would seem that dismal days are ahead for Jewish welfare behind the Iron Curtain. CJA Leadership Dinner The coming leadership dinner of the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal raises a note of excitement and expectation. To be honored at the dinner are CJA chairmen of the past 25 years. They will be singled out for distinction as part of the double Silver Anniversary year celebration here — that of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation and the Combined Jewish Appeal on the one hand, and of the national United Jewish Appeal, on the other. A sense of history concerning our Jewish community's welfare and philanthropic efforts will thus invest the dinner, scheduled for Feb. 3, with the kind of anticipation and meaning that can do much to spell a successful 1963 CJA. Coming here as guest speaker will be Irving Kane, immediate past president of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Mr. Kane is one of the most distinguished leaders in the American Jewish community. His presence at the dinner will add to the highest historic purpose of the event. On Progress in Amity Christian leaders throughout the world have become increasingly aware of the fact hat the dogmatic statements in their reliqious literature concerning the status of Jews is among the primary sources of anti-Semitism Now there is hope, augmented by several of the moves already inaugurated during the enure of Pope John XXIII, that doctrinaire attihades toward Jews, as they are found in the New Testament and its related liturgies mav receive similar scrutiny. Such hope has risen particularly on the occasion of the Ecumenical Council in Rome A statement condemning anti-Semitism at a session headed by Cardinal Bea of all major rehgions ,n the Pro Deo University in R orne this week strengthens that hope. Cardinal Bea is head of the Vatican Sec retariat for the Unity of Christians, and his favorable predisposition to the alleviation ol anti-Semitism by getting at its religious root sources has long been a matter of record AS SUGGESTED editorially ** on this page last week, the Khrushchev statement concerning Jewish participation in Soviet government today i s precisely the kind of antiSemitism observers hav? an along been noting exists jjt the Kremlin bailiwick. When Mr Khrushchev advises that ,, should not hold positions in the government for their good." he is doing a n things. Particular!] he U functionkithin the framework of a classical anti-Semitic referenci prominent Jews m arouse the envy of their non-Ji I ors why should it not also be ••-. ., arts and %  answer here is a realistic one No. cal in its ethnic restrictions against artist ants a flourishing source of intelli sthetic i ontrarily, it is considerabi} i tent mips of bureaucrats r< or ethnic idem ic tion, capable of filling any number of lower echelon governmental peats, that when the Nazis, for example, place n : tioi ainsl Jewish participation in all : of German socii they suffered artistically and scientificallj urnhas merelj to consider the exile of \ stein, who servi I as the link between the abstract world ol l nuclear physics and thi Government of the United Stal Franklin Delai evelt, to speculate on the -,,nie turn rj might possibly have taken i: virulent ral part of the Hitlerian design. CMAJIVt GtNlbS TAKtN AS IT IS fOUND THIS is NO lure. In I rms of the Nazi experii maj i thai many, manj I, sei W II lurii World War 1. But • the in : it simili rlj fact in Hitler i • for the anti-Semitic element. Iii • ., much to assun that t ol the nuclear scientists central I of mb, from Fermi to Meitner t>' sa to Einstein, would a emained loyal to the countries i rigin? The point nerds no furthci amplification, and a man of Chairman Khrushchev's intuitive capacities is certainly clever enough t" understand it. How could he possibl) suggest that the Dr. Lev daus surrounding him decline scientific prominence in the Soviet midst "for their own good — especially when 1962 N'obel Prizewinner Landau. Jew or not. is largely credited for the Kremlin's pioneer space triumph"? In this ease. Khrushchev significantly of course, expediently, failed to show an equivalent concern over the possible anti-Semitic aftermath of Dr. Landau's successes, since no one. not even leaders the likes of Mr. Khrushchev, can manufacture at will Landau variety intellects. Such creative genius must be taken as it is found — even if it happens to be Jewish. Similar considerations govern the world of literature, art. and music in the Soviet Union much as they did in Nazi German;.. Troublesome distinctions, however, arise here. With almost no exception, the Nan period produced little if anything noteworthy in the field of aesthetics and philosophy. The Soviets, on the other hand, although they have been liberal in their encouragement of artists regardless of ethnic or religious identification, seem to be experiencing peculiar difficulties in this context. w AUTstlTfC WORTH Of A USSIK OKDIK IHILE CHALLENGING AND worthwhile literature and music have emerged from Russia smce the revolution, the nation's painting is either a scandal or an object of profound humor, depending upon one's point of view. Nevertheless, as the congress at which Khrushchev made his unhappy remark about Jews in government so vividly demonstrates. Soviet composers and authors are themselves the most ardent critics of the low state of their craft today. The truth is that, whatever the successes of the Shostakovitchti and the Yevtushonkos. their aesthetic worth, as they themselvraptly recognize, is of a lesser order than it might have been becau-e of Communist political demands upon them to subject their aesth. t c output to propagandists service. Shostakovich is. indeed, a primary example of the fluctuating worth of an artist who periodically submits to or resists the force of propaganda upon the general desi of his aesthetic creativity. That Soviet painting and sculpture are so laughable today stems m part from a traditional Russian backwardness in these fields of endeavor except for the world of the medieval ikon. And, from a contemporary viewpoint, it is likely that the plastic arts in th Soviet Union find themselves in such disrepute precisely because ol this backwardness; for only the rigid disciplines that success assures could have served as a buffer against the state decision to reduce their practitioners to mere agents of Communist ideology. %  A WARNING TO Bt tfSS CONSPICUOUS A LL F WHICH "Wests that the arts simply can not su.rv.ve a propagandists onslaught against their highest purposes, for aesthetic productivity demands the absolute freedom of the artist th. ,^" d L i' W r1 1 :,s '" M,s Tncre s ample evidence, on pn,irn r i t0 acc, p ,h,> ,hl '-" is ,hat dictatorship, the natural environment of regimentation-inspiring propaganda, nurtures the auvuoce oi science aim technology. !" ,u.h'' nC< '' ? %  a<,s,hc ,ic Poverty in Germany turned out to be as trnrl V?u c ?, N M| ulvitU >*y as wa s anti-Semitism. Coniviet Union, the opportunistic willingness to tolerate janKJirushmuigaie the %  ;cd to regulate ii of ST3S. ex,s m n (or perhaps %  **** i n %  b1 sie f a nH s: Kh 7 S,Uh,,v Baw about Jews !" government betrays his Semit.sm. as I mggested at the outset, it also appears to lMBi.ii <-.,.„„. i„c opportunistic willingness 10 di v Jo? .i S> tSpiU ,he an,i -Semitic envy Chairman <1 ,,,., V ma> lMplre has at test done little 10 mm h^l r0U l"" pact on art of ,h basic totalitarian need to serve as spicuous, a warning to Jews that they had best become "less eon And this, perhaps, seems most significant in the tense !" MPhere Of mere; ,,, anti-Semitism against thSoviet Union today. class ,,' !,,"*" %  ti-Semitiam? Is it the same „;!,, :, V' v ,,: ; test point in the history of man Or i* it IUion J !" nearly two decad. ';.,,'",; ,,: .'•• %  %  ations unique to a monolitbi. 1 StaU? For this, and o Pects of the question, another tinw



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Friday, January 25, 1963 k -ni*t) norkHar Page 5-A • % %  Mi %  r k *r* i •• p it, i fc %  jg % % %  U vi to rm-i' S'.iw r Ai • the Combine i The pledg. chaired bj %  '•> o :. divUi< • e Finance Divis; campaign of lewisn Appeal. came at a meeting -eph N. t.ipton. hon. airman, and lly land Rifas. chairman, held at Federation headquarters. Leaders ol the individual groups said they would hold committee .neet ngs within the next twe weeks to plan their campaigns in iheir individual groups, and that each group would do its share "to meet Federation's increased goal of 17 percent over last year.'" Una TO THE EDITOR Hadassah Leader Explains Welfare Relation to Israel Herbert Gruber and Charles l Goldstein are assisting Lipton and Rifas as chairmen of the overall division. Herschel Rosenthal will serve" as chairman of the Bank and Loan Companies group, and he will be assisted by two assoc' iate chairmen, Ronald Lipton and Saul A. Schulman. Myron Zeientz and Jerry Lelchuk will head the Stock Brokers : group with the help of Eugene Mann and Herbert Blumberg. A-sociate chairmen of the Insurancc group, another important arm of the Finance Division, have been announced as Fred Diamond and William Rifkind. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I have rej %  : 'ith interest your pubbcation ct :he Jewi-h Tele urapnic Agercy report concerning Hadassah's plan to transfer its [ftUnitj health centers in Jerusalem to the Municipality of Jeru salem and the Ministry of Health. Since its i '.option. Hadassah lids assumed irs many undertak uigs .in keepiag with its widely known policy v Inch directed that a(t,r pioneeru..; a project and setting standards, it would be turned over to proper municipal and or Israel ~\ii Seagram's V. O., expressly made for the^^J finest hours of life! Its bright color and to relax with friends in the company of %  <3ffiR s $s clarity, its rare flavor and aroma are x^X^ cherished by mayvinim all over the V/CM id the unmistakable excellence of FJJI [~ {Jjfo \ Canadian whisky at its finest. COMPANY SgM IT SEAGRAM'S IMPORTED CANADIAN WHISKY AT ITS FINEST! IMPORTFD IN THF BOTIIE FROM CANADA, SEAGRAM'S V. O. CANADIAN WHISKY-A BLEND OF SELECTED WHISKIES, SIX YEARS OLD-86.8 PROOF-SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY, N. Y. C.



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Page 6-A fJenisfj ftcrkUaun Friday, January 25. 1963 Jewish Eye-Witnesses Tell of Killings Atop Mt. Carmel, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Dan B. Ruskin (right) Greater Miami civic leader and a member of the "Miami Group." discusses plans for "Gan Miami" with an Israeli landscape architect. "Gan Miami," a recreation area at the new Dan-Ccrmel Hotel, will be dedicated on May 29, with members of the first Miami Oleh Regel tour as honored guests. Oleh Rege! Tour Members Will be Feted At 'Miami Gardens' Dedication in Israel Members of the tirst Miami ik'i Regel tour in history will be onored guests ;it festive ceremondedicating "(Ian Miami." Mimi Gardens, the recreation area t the new luxurious Dan-Carmel Hotel, atop Ml. Carmel. overlookig the Mediterranean Sea. The Miami Oleh Regel will deait from International Airport n May 25. aboard an El Al Boeing '07 Jet. for a goodwill tour which il! include 12 days in Israel, a even-day cruise of the Greek IsMida, to he followed by visits to io their deaths. He had withheld tins information when he joined the W< -t G< rman judiciarj The University ol Wuerzburg discli sed thai Dr Schiedermair, who ion the law faculty, was nol lecturing thiterm. Protests had been made againsl his continuii i in his uni versity duties, Cuban Prisoner Scheduled Enrique Ruiz Williams, one ol the leaders of the Baj oi Pigs in vasion, who was recentlj released from prison in Cuba, was to be guest speaker .it an Open meetinj! of the Young Adult Friends ol Irael on Thursday evening at Surl side Town Hall. All single young adults between the ages ol 21 ami 35 are invited to attend. Luncheon Club Meeting Weekly Luncheon Club meeting of the Miami Beacn Zionist Dis; trict will take place on Wednesday. [ 12:15 p.m., at Waldman's Hotel. | according to Harold Shapiro, president of the district. In addition I to the guest speaker, there will also be a news report by Dr. Abraham Wolfson and community" singing. Eva Gabor Will Assist Home Here Eva Gabor and the cast of A !Shot in the Dark" will be doing | their bit for charity when they; [open at the Coconut Grove Play house on Tuesdav. Key Biscayne Circle of the FlorIonce Crittcnton Home will spon Isor the opening night theater party, with proceeds going to the building fund. President Michael Shores announced that tickets can bo obtained Trom project chairman. Mrs. Donald L. Berg. Manful I9^r nojrriandie parkway nil PAWING Open 6:43 1 % %  — NtAB StJNStI D*'W Optnj6:45 Open 1:45 Open 6:45 MEUBft STOP THE WORLD! Get Off for LAFFS! PATSY ABBOTT at PATSY'S PLACE 323 23rd St., Miami Beach MARGI SHERWIN, BERNICE SELL, Pi** Mjitre 0'Eu Rit*t< El. tM


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Friday, January 25, 1963 %  Jfewfsft ffccjftg Page 7-A Reunite Split Families, UN is Urged SUNNtSS BROOKS WilSSBLATT Mercantile CJA Cabinet Revealed Campaign cabinet of the Mercantile Division of the 1963 Comhinod Jewish Appeal was announced Wednesday by Robert Uacbl and Alfred H. Daniels, cochairmen of the division. Daniels, presidenl of Burdine's. and Macht, president of Jordan Marsh, said the following had been .ippointed to the cabinet: Leonard Kosenblum. Lerner Shops; Paul Walker, president of Richards Department Store; Leonard Barr. of Jackson -Byron's; Harrj I. Katz. president ot Hartley's; Morris Rubin, president of the Hub Department Stores; and Sam Muf-on. president of Jefferson Stores. "Because the Silver Anniversary ii is .i meal milestone tor our [immunity, we think it most fiti. al the leaders >>i these deirtmenl store-are dedicating si Ives to helping Federation forward in 1963," .Macht and aniels said. The co-chairmen also revealed a II mum 20 percent increase from 1! contributing members of the mdi stry The ivision raised over $70,000 for CJA in 1982. Two leading divisions of the Mercantile industry will launch their federation activity on Frida) The) nclude the Apparel i rop. which will meet at the Florida Textile Sales Corp. office Harrj Mizrach, of Kins; Kole, Inc.. is chairman of the group, nd he has announced the assistance "i Joseph E. Brooks, general merchandise manager of Burdine's; Sam Rappaport, central merchandise manager, Richards; and Maxwell H. WeissbUtt, general merchandise manager, Jordan Marsh. The Shoes Group, which will also mee! on Friday, Is under the cochairmanship of Stewart L. Silliness, ol Pix Shoes, and Leonard Taicher, of Caressa, inc. They w.n meet at the office of Pix Shoes Students to Vie In Contest Here Students of the Harold Wolk Religious School of Beth Torah Congregation will participate again this year in two city-wide contesta sponsored by the Bureau of J< wish Education, Irving Seidel, president, announced Two students from each of the second, third and fourth year Hebrew classes will be chosen to represent the school in the Hebrewvocabulary Bee to be held at the beginning of February. Theme of the essay art content this year is The American Jew ish Community." and Junior High Students will vie for the $50 and $2.) Savings Bonds to he given as prizes. La^t year's first prize winner in the art contest was Jeffrey Raymond, student at Beth Torah Continued from Page 1 A tained "inaccurate • information coming from Jewish sources." Jewish organizations have submitted data in which they have suggested that Soviet Jews wishing to leave should be allowed to do so. Ivanov said it was 'well known" that the Jewish organisations had "specific political interests" and that because ot information Irom Jewish sources, the report "lacks objectivity" and "brings in elements of the cold war." He argued that implementation of the right advocated in the report would create mass emigration from some countries, "a thing v hich has to be prevented." Opposing views were offered by Jean-Marcel Bouquin, the French delegate, and Peter Valcocoressi, ol Britain. The French representatives said that the right should be granted particularly to members of groups discriminated against on grounds of religion or ethnic origin. He discussed at length the "tragic problem" of broken-up families and said liny were entitled to reunion under paragraph 20 of the Universal Declaration "I Human Rights, which makes it clear that every person :entitled to exert his right to be re-united wil'i his family. Iksaid thousands of families were DOW separate.! by all kinds oi walls, ihe British representative .-aid Ihe problem concerned hundreds oi thousands of people, Dr. Maurice Perlzwelg, World Jewish Congress representative, told Ihe subcommission thai the WJC deeply appreciated the report and its recommendations. Headded that he would like to emphasize that more attention should have been given to the problem ol re-union ol families, which, he said, concerned a Jewish community of 3.000.000 who must be given the right to associate to be able to practice the freedom to live, which he called not only an individual but also a collective right. Without mentioning the Soviet Union, he said, "certain Jewish groups" desiring to maintain PAUL WALKER HARRY KATZ Beth Jacob Eyes Scholarship Fund Morris B. Frank, president, and Miami Beach Councilman Marcie Liberman, general chairman, have appointed Joseph Cohen, a director of Betn Jacob and president of the Bureau of Jewish Education, as chairman of the Purim dinner which will climax the annual educational project of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader of the synagogue stated that "without the efforts of the Beth Jacob Congregation, scores of Jewish children would remain without any religious training. The project entails a three-fold program—-establishment of a scholarship fund of 135,000 toward the education of underprivileged children; publication of a yearbook; and the dinner to be held at the Deauville on Punm night. Sunday. Mar. 10. at 6 p.m. Serving as co chairmen with Liberman are Sam Schwartz, Ben Gaines, Ben Cohen, Miami Beach Councilman Bernard Frank, and Vice Mayor Mai Englander. Biscayne Federal Reelects Officers Officers <'i Biscayne Federal Savings and Loan Assn. for 1903 ,vcre elected at an annual meeting this week at lTTii Biscayne Blvd. L\ Albert Ballot was reclecled president and chairman of the board. Others reelected to serve for the coming year are Chelsie .1. Seller chia. vice president and director; Norton S. Pallot. vice president and director; Ksther A. Poppell. secretary and director; Irwin M. Cassel, treasurer and director; .lo> eph J. Orr. director; William S. Shorenstein, director; Dr. Russell ,A. Williams, director; and Harry A. BryncT. vice president and mana^rr. Also Earle A. Giddens, assistant 'vice president; Richard Schulman. assistant vice president; Vernon H. I Molusky, assistant vice presidenl and branch manager; Ines Accorncro. assistant secretary; and An| gela D. Bowers, assistant trcas | urer. Two new officers were added to the roster. Mortgage loan officer Walter Heinisch was named assist 1 ant vice president, and Paul J. JMewbom was elevated to assistant vice president and branch manager. (.KAMI OriMX. SPECIAL Miami Beach's largest Art Depf. TOP QUALITY CANVAS BOARDS 8" x 10" $ .17 16" x 20" S .50 ,20 18" x 24" .68 9" x 10" x 12" x 12" — 14" — 16" — 14" x 18" — .75 .98 1.10 .24 20" x 24" — .32 22" x 28" — .38 22" x 30" — 24" x 30" — $1.50 Wt corry o complete line of painting sets, ideal for holiday giving. FRAMERS FOR OVER 35 YEARS CI1HENT Kit OS. 1740 Alton Road (Dade Blvd. & Alton JE 80S 11 Attend services tfiis week atuour own place of worship WELCOME WAGON HI 8-4994 their cultcral and spiritual trad lions lived in Eastern Europe ir an atmosphere of "collectiv* claustriphobia" caused by dis crimination. He said that Hie WJC was III involved in the cold war but stressed thai such arguments hould not be allowed i" stan in the way of examination c; practices ot countries—whetiu of Ihe F.i-l or West—which resul cd in abridgement ol rights f< liirge numbers of people. He asked for human insight into th. needs ot Jewish groups who deserved the right to move froi present environments to placewhere value.and traditions precious to them could be cultivate' ; in creative freedom. He referred to the huh degH ol human Insight shown by Polls • leaders in removing obstacles t Jewish migration to Israel and elsewhere despite problems whic I this policy posed for their lea' ers. A Geauttfid REMINDER OF JEWISH HERITAGE... /4 7Von6 V Avtf FOR THAT UNUSUAL GIFT DOOR PRIZE ... OR FUND RAISING. THERE'S NOTHING LIKE OUR RICHLY FRAMED TABLET OF THE *7&l @ POSTAGE PREPAID C.O.D. ACCEPTED MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE! its CONVALESCENT HOME MIAMI'S NEWEST, MOST MODERN HOME built expressly for individual care of the convalescent, chronic and geriatrics patient. Completely air-conditioned • The finest nursing staff Spacious, garden-like grounds • Moderate rates • Recreational areas indoors and outdoors Member National Geriatrics Society. SAMUEL E. REDKEARN. 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Page 8-A 9>. gcttUl nrririfcmn Fridav. lanuarv 25. 1963 Cedars Into Second Year Of Expansion Here New Half-Million Grant Will Help Bring Dream To a Successful Conclusion Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is row entering its second year of operation. The hospital's first anniversary celebration w a s marked last November. Special tribute was this week paid to the board of trustees and its chairman. Stanley C. Myers; E. Albert Pallot. past chairman of the Development Fund; administrator. Sanford K. Bronstein; and Mrs Nathaniel K. Levin, president of the Women's Auxiliary. Cec'ars of Lebabon opened its doors on November 19. 196f and to date upward of 5.300 patients have been admitted and discharged. The hospital has served 100.000 meals. Over 2.500 surgical procedures have been performed. More than 575 babies have been born, including three sets of twin, one set of triplets, and 20 premature babies. Cedars employees now stand at 256 persons. The X-Ray DepartHospital Executive In Thanks' As a second year of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is launched well on the way, Sanford K. Bronstein. administrator, this week thanked the community of Greater Miami "for its assistance and help in making this hospital a reality in such a short period of time. •'Hundreds of personal notes and innumerable telephone calls attest to the excellent service, fine nursing care, courtesy, consideration and personal interest that the patient receives throughout his stay. "While we are most eneouragby the fine si rvice and patient care we have been able to e, we are nevertheless seriously handicapped to the extent that only the firsl three floor.-. totaling 108 beds, are in operation. "It is our hope that soon we may be able to complete the upper three floors, expanding our capacity to 282 beds, so that we may offer the finest medical service to the community." iiient has completed more thai 10,000 x-ray procedures. Of the total patients admitted 95 per cent have been resident.' of Dade County, while five pe cent accounted for transien and/or tourist admissions. These statistics of Cedars o Lebanon's operation during th past 12 months indirectly retlec the services rendered by th hospital to the community. "Ced ars was built with one though in mind—patient care," sai Samuel T. Sapiro. hospital pres ident. "Patient care is the onl; reason for a hospital to cxis. and it is the watchword at Cea ars." Added Sapiro: "It is difficul to describe and amplify the man. achievements performed by vo. unteer groups at the hospital During the past 12 months, wonderful ideas have come into reality. The "Tree of Life," an original carving 9 ft. tall, and 6 ft. wide, is permanently affixed to the building displaying the names of all contributors of $500 and over. "The Women's Division has four categories for contributors, Life Guardians, Golden Guardians, Godmothers and Golden Godmothers. The Lobby Shop operated by the Women's Division is a delightful place to see, where many gifts from all over the world may be purchased. Proceeds are given to the hospital." The fourth floor, when completed, will be the Abe Aronovitz Memorial Heart Pavilion, devoted primarily to the treatment of heart diseases. Now, only the first three floors of the six-story hospital are in operation, and with 108 beds, the census has been maintained throughout the last 12 months at an average of 85.6 occupied census per day, The upper three floors, totaling 174 beds, when completed, will offer a total of 282 beds. Cedars of Lebanon last week was awarded 1590,210 as a grant toward the hospital's completion Of its upper three floors. The sum will go toward the $1,060,420 project announced here to complete the hospital's upper three floors. The Federal Government grant was made under the new accelerated public works program of the Area Redevelopment Administration. Interior view of the lobby of Cedars of Lebawell-lit atmosphere :<">r visitors who wait to non Hospital features the durable aluminum see their friends and family, furniture, attractive wall finishes and a cheery, WAS ORIGINALLY ENVISIONED AS SIX-FLOOR FACUITY Near-Maximum Capacity Order of Day As a stall' chartered, non-prof it institution, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital now has been in lull operation 14 months. Its doors opened to the public on November 19. 1961. fulfilling a need in the community for additional medical facilities, more hospital beds, and modern and progressive patient-care. According to Cedars of Lebanon officials, "proof of the critical bed shortage has been amply demonstrated in these unvarnished statistical facts: that the hospital has been working al t imum capacity all along • th< 108 beds on the firsl three floors have been occupied continually." Cedars was nally envisioned as a six floor 282 bed facility. Endorsement and full approval Of the latest drive to complete the hospital's upper Ihree floors have been given by the Metro Dade County Hospital Advisory Board and the County Commissioners in their joint resolution No 7221. "The problem will not ." Manic) Myers, board tii man This i^ a coi .y hospital. I: stands read; serve, day year. "Bill it .a gii : mercy with oi e hand tied ; • iind its back. leting th< pprr three floors w ill fn i for human to work miracli h alth and sciei Auxiliary a Great Aid tc Cedars' Progress A patient floor waiting room, where friends and visitors may wait, visit, or receive consultation and advice. Cedars of Lebanon Hoi Women's Auxiliary was orj ed in 1958 by several In; charter members for the purpose of developing volunteer programs in the hospital and to aid local civic leader.in IV funds drive to .-tart construction. one of the newest volunteer groups to be accepted by the Florida State Hospital Auxiliary Assn., Cedars Women were singled out at the Association's state convention taking place in Miami Nov. is. Mrs. Nathaniel K. Levin, presi int of the Women's Auxiliary these past four years, commented: "We have been concerned for many years with careful organization of our service programs. We are happj to report our progress as demonstrated, by the trebling of the original membi rahip. "Our women raised $125,000 in 1961-2, and expect to raise a similar amount in 1962-3. To the already well-e.-tabli -lied Life Guardian and Godmother pro grams, we have added the newconcept of Golden Guardian and Golden Godmother. "A Golden Guardian is a woman who has Increased her gift to $500, and whose bracelet charm will have a diamond set into it. A Golden Godmother is one of the highest designations accorded to Cedars women contributors. She is a woman who increases from $1,000 to $2,000, and whose bracelet charm will I cvin i ~ %  i • i I I bj en! sh %  mp r three Hours, i' i a IT ii ris Blau, Ihe shi p hi "i mi rchai eration. lients i Ito full op %  al such %  as the are madi ible." Patients rec watch and : wa e it. U nder ^ 8kiIUul mi n"*ions c: those who



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Friday. January 25. 1963 ^Jewisti nark/Han Soviet Hints Threat to Iron Curtain Jews Who Want to Emigrate Today Page 9-A • C i-itirued from P*"e 1-A currenl meeting of the mi -. in, Mr. [vanov deI thai < ryoi e in the So\ m v allov ed i i lea*, e it was to re were an; limitati n i: m (he So; -1 !i ,\ ever, !.• %  ;i jaln criti\ interpretation <>1 the re1 1 which would permit unre t ted emigration asserting that Id create m;i i departures ,ih could have "undesirable .,; effects He repeatedly attacked th Coordinating Board of Jewisli Organizations, asserting that Jewish aspects of the issue had kfceen included in the Ingles re'rort "artificially," and that it as "regrettable" that the Jewi .h coordinating body had manged to "induce" the rapporteur into "error" by presenting only slanders" and false accusations without any basis" against the icvief Union. I Ingles report as SUCD does ske any reference to the Union in regard to Jews. i in one of his country-by. reports supplementing the neipal document, Mr. Ingles • ,i summary of informa n the question relating to SSR, <|iioting not only the ijo i also Mrs, Golds Ifeir, Foreign Minister, ird to Mrs. Meir, Mr iiioted her as telling the • I irael's Parliament, in that during the previous '.i.:.'..!'. special certify i ha i been i ?sued bj Israeli %  rities i" Jewish families in let Union, which wished Israel, but few Soviet exit had been granted." %  • Ingles cited a statement by JO which recalled that, in iT Premiet Khrushchev, of the Union told Americans visiiim in MOSCOW that "We allow just anyone to leave soviet Union. We issue pass rts to those whose Visits are e\ That Mr. Khrushchev alluding to Russian .lews was I J the fact that he had add • 1957 statement "We re though, allowed a %  i ; i Ol .lews to go to Poland e knew that many ol them 0 to Israel from there. I • that the time will come 1 Ji 5, or Russians for that ho want to go to Israel e to do -o It was these references among :i*rs that angered Mr. Ivanav. • was also irritated by the fact at Mr. Ingles, as a United NIMH rapporteur, bad taken sxch formation against a specific N member from a non-governlental organization like the BJO. With "all due respect" lo such njn-gcvern.iic.ital groups, i I told the Subcommission, he jr.sidered it "an abuse of con• dence to fabricate information id to bring in calumnies gainst this cr that country." He called the Jewish coordinates board "a purely American istituticn" and said that he was ''isrefore "not surprised to see : i'at it is the American member pports it. He should not bj the accomplices cf this or1 cat ion." Admitting that "it is a tact that there arc .lev. u,ho wan | |,, ,, ml grate to Israel," the Soviet repre' %  :: "1 his itrue, but il 'also true that the number of who want I i emigrate now much small r than it was beiVe should not encourage m which is intere h I incr< this number to use our • nissii n as a forum for 1 propagan a." Mr. Ivanov returned lo the theme in a second speech, declaring that the "grave danger" is from racism and Fascism, and that to introduce such information as that concerning Jewish emigration would only distract attention from that danger. The Jewish coordinating board also was criticised by Wojceich Retrzynski, of Poland, although in more moderate terms than those used by the Soviet representative. He said that the problem of emigration of Jews trom Poland concerned only two countries— Poland and Israel—and that it was regrettable that a "private" Jewish organization "without any mandate" submitted "false information" on the matter. He added that the problem of such emigration was a "delicate" one and the procedure of bringing the question of its solution before public opinion would make that solution more difficult The Poh h delegate added that the de-ire of the Jews to emigrate to Israel was '/legitimate" and that he viewed u with sympathy but that the space given to it in the report was exaggerated. He clso said that the problem should not be included in the categorj ol n ligii n b< cause Jews want to i not on religi tu grounds but because they were tally and psj chologically hed t i thai country. He referred to a paragraph in the study which stated that, between the end of World War II ard the end of 1952, "perhaps one-half of the postwar Rumanian Jewish population emigrated to Israel." He said he could not see how it could be said that Jews were still being prevented from leaving that country, especially in view of the fact that "in no country did all Jews want to leave." He said such mass departures were a drain on the economies of the countries because the emigres held key positions in the economies and professions of those countries. He added that many Jews of Polish origin in Israel were approaching the Polish consulate to help them go back to Poland. The American representative was one of several defending the role of the nongovernment organizations Mr. Abrams said such organizations had a vital role in the work ol the United Nations and that he felt it was a good thing that Mr. Ingles had depend-, cd not only on information from governments but also from scholars and non-governmental organi-J Actions He referred to the Polish delegate's criticism of the Jewish coordinating board and noted that the Jewish group had been duly certified by the UN Economic and Social Council. I'eter Calvocoressl, ol Britain, said that the question of whether preventing Jews from leaving a country was a racial or religious one had no importance, what was impi said, was that there were restrictions against their 1 aving certain countries Franz Matscb of Austria' said tin main reason for the exodus of Jews form. Europe was the creation of the State Ol Israel. He said many Jews had been channeled through Austria and he had had the opportunity to see the "magnificent work" of the Jewish organizations, without whose help no immigration was possible. He added that for this reason he believed in the data submitted by the Jewish coordinating board. Pierre Juvigny, of France, told the Subcommission it was correct to mention specific information about places where persons are forbidden to leave their country to rejoin their families abroad. "I, for instance," he said, "know about Hungarian Jews that are prevented from joining their families in Israel. The problem of Jews being prevented from being reunited with their famiPes exists; it is a fact; it can not be ignored. It is up to Ihe rapporteur to decide ths best method of exposing this de facto situation." The 12-member Subcommissior will continue Us detailed examina lion ol the Ingles report torn. row The Subcommission conve i ed B %  VI % % %  k ago and u ill eon'.: i!sessions until January :!1 d&tVHHHKH t|. M V Wf^"-. •f.H %  /aav %  r l^m It JEROMt LtLCHUK Hebrew High Slates Luncheon Hebn High School of the Bureau of Jewish i : itlon will hold unch" on Frida) in the auditorium of the Bure HI build i over 100 students ol six Dade County branches of the Hebrew High School are expected to ataccording to an announcem nt bj Zvi Berger, associate director of the Bureau, and principal of the Hebrew High School. 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Page 10-A fJewisti FloridFia/n The Death Of Olympio By MAX LERNER Prof. Manners to Launch Series Here Sponsored by Brandeis University Club HUM .-..an. %  •''' I heard and read a good deal about Sylvanus Olympio head of the little African republic of Togo, and when Lawrence Spivak HBed me last year to help question him on "Meet the Press I readily agreed He was everything the books had described him to be-hand"omT dSinguished. much traveled. muUilmgua.. re.lectiv^ He was one of the glories ot the new African lea.ership-one o the three or fir African heads of state who could match the established ones oi the world in judgment and life experience. Last Saturday the body of Sylvanus Olympio fell, riddled with bullets a few feet near the American Embassy in Togo, the target of political assassins who must have deemed h.m notenough of to* tic too friendlv with the French from whose tradition he had com. led with the Americans who alone could help his Uttle nation to survive. • • • While all the reports are not in. it is not hard to guess at the roots of the military-political plot which made Olympio its victim. Togo had its economic problems, for it was scarcely a v.ab c stote, and Olympio knew it. But even more it had the problem of its envious neighbor. Ghana, which wanted to annex it under the form of a federal union. When Togo celebrated its independance. in Apiil I960 there were already thousands of refugees from Ghana who had fled'to Togo to escape Nkrumahs detention camps. Some of us lelt Olvmpio had taken a great risk in giving them asylum, but it was a very human act of risk, and 1 honor his memory for it. He had to tread lightlv in answering our questions about Nkrumah; in the TV studio that Sunday in New York. 1 thought it was because he feared to harden the enmity of the ambitious Ghanese leader. Bur i see now that he had his own internal political situation in mind, i For the Opposition group in Togo, which felt Olympio was not mill tant enough in his Pan-Africanism, was alert for any remark of Ins, that could be used againsl him. In the end they managed somehow to penetrate into Togo's tiny armd force. He was evidently heading for reluge in the American Emba.ssv when they shot him down. They were foolish as well as evil men Africa can badly spare the experience and energy ol its Olymplos, just as it cannot spare the leadership of Leopold-Sedar Eengher. of Senegal, who discovered and survived B somewhat similar recent piot against him. • • • There will be more, not fewer, such plots in the years ahead in Africa. For that is happening due to the moderate and independent I African leadership. When it becomes clear that economic and ad-' ministrative problem, are hard to solve, and that they take patience' and wisdom and sweat, the easy slogans and the fanatic pas-ions take over. Sylvanus Olympio had learned his statesmanship the hard way. by study and work. He had studied at universities in France and Gerj many and at the London School of Economics. He had held an im-1 portant post in the United Africa Company. His plan for Africa was a sensible one. He felt that there could not be political independence in Africa unless there was overall African economic cooperation. What he had in mind was very different from the plan of Nkrumah. who (like Nasser) offered economic unity to his neighbors at the price of political independence. Olympio wanted the African states to learn from the experience of Europe, which had formed the OEEC —the Organization for European Economic Cooperation. We have seen how Europe ha< flourished under this economic plan. It would; be much harder for Alnca to achieve it, and it does not have the i fabric of political order that Europe had. But surely it was a great j vision. And when Olympio went to Paris and to Washington, it was j not only to ask for aid for his own little country, but to discuss how his grander plan could be put in action. I don't mean to imply that political assassination is only or characteristically an African instrument for the capture of power. Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America have had more than their share of it. Europe itself has contributed a number of classic cases, as witness a recent book by Major D J. Goodspeed—"The Conspirators: A Study of the Coup D'Etat" (Viking)—which recounts the half-dozen great political plots in Europe from the Serbian one in 1903 to the Generals" Plot against Hitler at Rastenburg in 1944. and makes absorbing reading. The surprising fact about Africa is not that there have been so many conspiracies but that there have not been more. The death of Patrice Lumumba and the death of Sylvanus Olympio are the tragic instances. Just as the great economic fact about the new nations is their undeveloped economies, so the great political fact about them is their unreadiness for effective government. But both problems can be met, with wisdom and courage. Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami will sponsor, for the fourth consecutive year, a lecture -ciics given by Brandeis University faculty members, it was announced thi< week by Dr. Stanley Frehling. president of (he foster alumni group. First lecture will be held on Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. featuring Prof. Robert A. Manners in an address on "The Background of Change in Africa." Professor of anthropology and chairman of the School of Social Science at Brandeis, Prof. Manners graduated from Columbia University in 1935, and received his Master's and Doctorate degrees there. His background has been augmented by research grants from the Ford and National Science Foundations, as well as in the form of Rockefeller and Kiking Fellowships. Among his books and articles are "The People of Puerto Rico," "Africa Speaks," "Anthropology and Culture in Crisis," and "The Cultural Study of Contemporary Societies." Lectures this year will be held UFA Professor to Speak Dr. Nathan D. Shappee. profes or of the Department of History at the University of Miami, and an authority on Red China, will discuss "Red China and the United Nations" at the regular Stag breakfast of the Brotherhood of Temple Beth Sholom on Sunday. 10:30 a.m., in the Temple Banquet Hall. 4144 Chase Ave. Dr. Harry E. 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January 25, 1963 vjetvistifloridjifrn Page 11-A "A thing of beauty is a joy forever 99 I hope randma %  .-.-.•• likes *mm *J&ti6 &** -\ On visits to the restine place of departed loved ones the solace of remembrance lives very vividly in the imagination of a child. For adulte. too. S^WJo^toS^?Sat bereaved ones repose at peace forever in the dignified serenity of beautih,,1 and reveren^cadft* there great COnUOtt m nw 11g h ^ k th ste which can mean ^ much by selecting Mount Nebo for their SK^^tf^rf^Kb assured by a Perpetual Care Fund which now exceeds $150^)00 Mount Nebo is Mt^^lTTc^J^lu cemetery. It is located conveniently for all, easily reached by bus or car. Immediate burial protection can be provided with the initial receipt. Why not send for full information, now. Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery AND COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM 6505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693 MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami, Florida Please Bend me, without obligation, full information on Family Burial Estates in Mount Nebo. NAME, ADDRESS CITY ZONE, STATE.



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Paqe 12-A vJewteii ncrkttan Friday, January 25. l%o' Hebrew Educators Alliance Here Made Affiliate of the National Federation |SSSSftffs man. Hebrew High School, honor"ESU committW includes Mr>. Zahava Sukenik, Hebrew Left to right are Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation, as he congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merwitzer at a Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi banquet honoring Merwitzer at the Waldman Hotel. Some 300 persons attended the event, naming Merwitzer, who is president of the Hebrew Academy, as "Man of the Year." Rabbi Stern was general chairman of the event. Also participating were Max Hecht, chairman; Rev. Joseph Krantz, president; Sol Rashin, executive director; and Herman Eisenberg, master of ceremonies. Rabbis Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy, and Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth El, greeted the gathering. Southeast Region of United Synagogue To Sponsor Two-Week Education Tour Rabbi Abraham Karp. spiritual leader of Temple Beth El. Rochester, N.Y.. will be guest speaker in the second of a series of lectures sponsored by the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America. Rabbi Karp will discuss "What American Jewry Needs Most" on Monday. 8:15 p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation of No. Miami Beach. A question and answer period will follow. Jerry Sussman, president of the Southeast Region, said that Rabbi Karp will also be speaking at St. Petersburg and Jacksonville as part of a Cavalcade of Adult Jewish Education taking place over a two-week period in communities in the five states comprising the region. Also taking part in the cavalcade are Dr. Harry Epstein, Ahavath Achim Congregation. Atlanta. Ga.; Dr. Walter Ackerman. director of" the Commission on Jewish Education. United Synagogue of America; Rabbi Morris B. Chapman. Congregation B'nai Israel. St. Petersburg, Fla.; Rabbi David Shudrich, Conservative Congregation of New Orleans; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue, Miami Beach. Rabbi Rutchik will be heard at the first annual conference on youth at Temple Emanu-El on Feb. 10. He will discuss "Growing Religious Gulf Between Generations." Rabbi Karp is a graduate of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He is the author of the recently completed "The Jewish Way of Life." Hebrew Educators Alliance of Greater Miami this week announced that the local organization has been granted endorsement and afonal i'i-I' bi ev Teachers and Prin"1 virl esman for the Hebrewhing pr< ion %  %  e, I said "We work in : Lh< an ol J< lucation, an i our a m is to raise the standards ol our membership. Rabbi Azulay. who is himself a descendant of the famous and revered sage and scholar, Chedah. Rabbi Chaim David Azulay. said that the Hebrew Educators AlliEcumenical Unit | Hears Plea Continued from Page 1-A j known for his friendship to Jews, and to all participants in the Ecumenical Council. "W hope that the subject treated in this assembly will find its high I and noble coronation during the Ecumenical Council." Cardinal Bca told the religious | leaders that his Secretariat would propose to the Ecumenical Couni cil a program for every individual's freedom of conscience. He I called religious compulsion, and particularly the religious wars of the past, an "aberration of the principle of love and truth." The theme of the assembly was "love and charity and truth as the way to the individuals and groups." The 500 delegates met to eat a symbolic dish of fraternity and Jewish unleavened bread. ance of Greater Miami now in dudes some 50 qualified teachers, ranging from extreme Orthodox to Reform affiliation. "Presently, we are working to increase t!ie pay seals fsr the Hebrew teaching profe*s ; cn here," Rabbi Aiulay said, "and ve are also working on a pension plan, which two congregations in the area. Temple Bo'h Sholom and Temple Mer.arah, have airejdy instituted." Other officers of the organizatit n include Miss Nettie Goldstein, Temple Beth sholom. vice president; Meyer Samberg, Temple Ner Tamid. second vice president; Saul Porush, Hebrew Academy, treasurer; Avi Kay, Temple Beth Sholom. secretary; and David FreedBermaii. raelite Center; rtirsch Beth David: and Menachem SchuT, Beth K< desh RABBI 4IMI RtfKHlK Co* JEfferson 1-7677 rVNEMAL TOM* 133} DADE BOULEVARD Edward T. Newman, F.D. Mill AUAHAM KARP I LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARR AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM "THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL JEWISH CEMETERY" N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVE. TU 5-1689 Dr. Lehrman Will Review Book Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, will review "The Rothschilds," by Frederic Morton, in the second of a series of book reviews and brunches by the Temple EmanuEl Women's Institute of Cultural Studies. Under the sponsorship of the Sisterhood and PTA, the event is scheduled for Wednesday, start! ing at 10 a.m.. in the North Branch Building auditorium, 77th St. and Dickens Ave. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Day • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. HI 1-8583 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest I Oldest Supplier f.r Synagogues, Hefcrew I Sunday Schools. Wholesale t Ketail ISKAUi GIFTS AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. JE 1-9017 WE SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $730 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 ROSS UNVEILING Dediaun'ii >'/ a Monument to the Memory <>/ the Late LOUIS A. 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January 25. 1963 *Je*lsttk)ridttar) Page 13-A IYINGS OF FATHERS ,rkc Aboth, Chap II, 3 LpiarfaA in your relations the ruhng power; for they L ,, :; ifrjic no mail near f: except for their own inferring as friends when u %  i u,h artr-iyr. thex I iot bj J man '" '' lf '• • • • th, Chap. II. 5 Separate not thyself j • Run on, rru\t not in Sn OL ne e aL of JHL Freedom Depends Upon Reaching for Higher Goals lamt a iK-eliaioHS <*L~ife j'ellou'-ntim uutii into "i. plua\ and • hi) h ijunot be once in the fiorc :.:' I n cJler W h i-ii / hare • i reliance thou -are. By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS Hebrew Academy Tim road to attaining indivifhe"j"av o/ iliv death. dual and national freedom has been a long and arduous one. From the beginning of creation, man has grappled with the problems aining or losing his freedom— the greatest n iven to him by the Almighty. Throughout history, this conflict has assumed different forms. At times, it was a battle for economic rights, civil liberties, or social equality and political freedom. In our own day. the rise of the newly-formed African states indicates the lon road we have yet lo travel to attain basic national independen.ee. The constant struggle for civil rights in this country is ;i blatanl example of the goals in be reached in an ideal democratic state. The roadblocks to freed.mi. and the Struggles involved, so S.r vices *J li i s H/e e h e n d csiion rue? $** ABBI SAMUEL J. FOX the afternoon prayer ser\e called Minchah? of reasons are offeruse ol the name "Mm designate the afternoon Nachmanides (Coir.menInformation to be included in the Religious Services column must be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All releases received after that time will be returned as prooT of their lateness. i AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avt. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. 'V^,,,:..:; %  .r',;.,... 1 ;,'-.asss GEMS OF WISDOM B '." :i.ni. Sermon: "The Tim e Exile* i p.m. Vi.lili-h led in i | %  [hi "JSxlle I-'; nil. • —_ you show forgiveness BETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. L'pson. i v :lj |j.m. Sal n naj 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah; Uary, -"> ol Mr. and Mra. .I.i. k !'.• n; Add nol sin to sin {II i-llCs.V IPO) KVl'HA. •anting on Bl s 5IRA. RABBI AliXANSW CROSS vision of Sinai i is explains thai ll clearly described in the Sedra ol BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schilf. Fi |da> • in II rid JO p m. Sermon: '•Our Spare in in. World." Sal n day 8:30 a.m. Sermon: ''Moses -The Ai'ri. in I ,ibei i.n inn." • BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. !•'. iday K:l.1 p m. Sei \ I duel il bj Ann i. HI"" i • • MI e. i K.iiiiiM w II •/.. \ Ian and I..U i j Win Saturda) • IS .i m. — • — BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. .\ .".: I" i Sei in' n -'iiPatriots and the I \\ is." — • — %  when you pray, i in you. the hrillinnca nf the thiweek. ;il'e a Case ill punt. Here we See pictured in a very colorful' BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington (H 1111.1.HI UI lilt .. t aw*, rirthnrin* R.nihi Tihur %  <" earS s himself so that he can 1 ,, .„ nt ,u„ .,„ a state of ritual purity at j tcr. >n ^• b ^JJ' J" ""j 11 the beginning of the day ^ rpw Academy VWlta fig he goes out to his daily rm .th ^^J t \?Z m 'L P ,t\ sunset and^. Tcffilin artworn after sunset—thus at (iminated. |ermore, some claim that aire Tefillin in the afterIrvice, would make it necis most difficult if a ccupation carried him far im home. %  • iTimnjii es r UUttSifi Srten^roSX eighth grade. h iSJiSK"the iTgin'-'with .record enrollment of more than 170 pupils. In 1951. realizing the full potenchah services the Tefillin • future hj e "1"rKct of ,n„.,.„„,. Academy purchased a tract of, land in a residential neighborhood upon which to erect a new school. A bitter battle ensued through the courts, zoning boards and or a man to go home toj C J Coimcjl The school finally succeeded in obtaining the present piece of land upon which the Academy is now built. The Academy is proud to state that this year it commenced the school term in its new million dollar edifice with • student enrollment of 360 boys and girls. The student body comes from the Greater Miami area—Hollywood. South Miami, and North Miami Registered in the school are also six South American students. The Hebrew Academy is a modern co-educational Day School. A non-profit, communal sponsored arid communal-supported school, it was founded with one primary This page is prepared in cooperation with the Spiritual Leaders of the Greater Miami Ktibhinicul Assn. RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ Coordinator Contributor: RABBI SOLOMON SCII1FF Gems of Wisdom IISI I. L.I'J.I .i: \s$ •sy •*. 1 yt flP£f9H %  1 m j Board of Education, supplemented by courses in dramatics, music appreciation, public speaking, as well as studies in civic and communal responsibility. The syllabus and the textbooks of the Academy are those used by public schools of Dade County. Teachers are licensed by the State of Florida, and are not necessarily of the Jewish faith. The Hebrew Academy has no in tention of supplanting the public school system. The public school caters to the great majority ol the children of the country, who find in its program of study the answer to their educational needs. However, as members of a religious group, the Academy also carries the responsibility to bequeath the Jewish cultural religious legacy to its youth. it was lounaea 1C H""* • .. purpose: to offer to children of The founders of the Academ> The community a rich and culwere motivated by the resolve tural educational program synthat one cannot grasp the dee, ihesisine American and secular; significance and the philosophy of 52£g in conjunction with a America and its institutions un, comprehensive Hebrew educationless one has learned to appreciate al program during the regular the values of he Bible and the school hours between 8:20 a.m. teai and 3:55 p.m. The English curriculum conShapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "The lnevltable Problem*." Mr. and Mr*. Ilenjamln Kawaller will boat the uneg Bhabbat. Saturday 8:48 a.m. s.Miuiii: "I*el Mi People Qo!" si. al. -'1 s. mii.s .) p.m. Bermon: "Modern Plagues." BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky. Kruiay j::u> p.m. Saturday s;3u a.m. Sermon: "Control 11.Snmkea whirh Polaon the Jewish Ideals." 4:3"> p.m. Bermon: "lilblical Portion of tlio Week." BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenii.i urn PVIday I'M p.m. Sermon: ISO t Bverybod)*." New members will behoaored. Saturday s:<."> a.m. CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. C/onservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 8:*0 p.m. I>r. Mari'ie KU In. psy.hiauisi. will discuss the role nf the husband and wife In AjneiiCS today. Saturday s : i-, a.m. Bar MltSvah: Jacob, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Winer. • — DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emanuel Mandel. lYidav s:i". p.m. Sermon: "Kahiiis ,,f Today and Y. st.rday." Satur I 1 EAZER B. IL'DAH. t t As rALMUD. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Krida* I"' 1' "'• Sermon: %  ro i. r Sol i" Bi Thai ithe Uui Btlon. sutunlas l" a.m. Bar Mltsvah: I ai,,|,|. son' of Mi. and Mrs. Sol LasMTi • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 MW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Friday :80 p.m. Bermon: *>•**> th,. Model lander." Saturday a.m. Bar Mltsvah; Robert fceslle, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Kobrln. TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving. Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday S:3U p.m. Sermon. Vld.iisn, What of Us future;" BWujjwr a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Louis SUla^aon of Pr. and Mrs. Slra.-n J. >vr. Robert, son of Mrs. Anne KeilTTEMPLE ISRAEL* 137 NS 111 St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:*S p.m. sermon. f "Union' a Crutch?" TEMPLE JUDTA* 320 Pa'ermV-a. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mortfecal Podet Cantor H. Richard BrownFriday s i"" ? ermo n : ,T^ t Jl l> Van wink!.ot the Talmud. SWturdas 10:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mara "la,,', son Of Mr. and Mrs-. Je.om Tail. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. Friday 1:18 P-m. .Saturda] *;m. Sermon: "The Portion of the I-< Bar Mluvahi Simon, son ol Mr. and Mis. Nathan Cohen. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ,„..,,. FYldaj 8:18 P -. Babbl .*>bpvjt will review "Their Brother s Keepers." bv Philip Friedman, satui.iay a 15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: UOU-M. sa.n ol Mr. and Mrs. William l'asternik. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Friday B l P m .^^^KPnJdi" review "The Wild Goats of Bin Qdl by Herbert Welner. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 ^amorajytRabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. ard. TIFERETH ISRAEL, ave. Conservative. For HIS MtRWRZER %  rew Academy presidenf (onus to ihe requirements i 5 cribed by the County and i ii is well-known that it was Hebraic mortar winch helped to cei the foundations of American KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. TEMp E ZIO N Orthodox. Rabbi Dav.d Lehrf.eld. : T | M n P ^ r E vat ^ ve Cantor Abraham Seif. Friday 5:S0 ami 8:18 p.m. sermon: "Judaism at the Crossroads." fcsjturday s:i" a.m. Bermon: "Miracles in Bsypt." • a MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Modern Traditional. Saturday a.m. Daily S a.m. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Fridaj 8:16 p.m. Bermon: The lnsredienta of Anarch) %  mes Shabii.u hosts Mr. and Mrs Morris Cohen, on birth of daughter NataUe Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Harold QlnsberS. on birth of son, Heiberti Mr. and Mrs William Mais, on birth of Bicky Alan. Saturday a.m. TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodner. 1r lda\ i U) p m, Sermon: \ i wee f,.i iiuii's Spirit to Dwell." Saturday 11:15 a in. v-;r Mltsvah Martin, -on of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Blank I'eter, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis llatoff. TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. rin "ii Thi .-l'iri • \ %  ..111" Sermon: "Time and Ktern'itv." Saturday 8: s m. Barmon: "Punlshlns %  <" Oppre—u. 5720 SW 17th st. Rabbi Alfred Wax6500 N. Miami Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantr Friday 8:10 p.m. Bermon: by !•!..' %  sisterhood will Host the One* Ethabbat, Saturday v a.m. TORAH TEMPLE* "1204 West ave. Modern-Traditional. Rabbi Louis A. Cassel. Dr. Abraham M. Cassel. YEHUDAH MOSHE 13630 W. Dxla hwy Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu l ridav 8:16 p.m. Sermon Leaning 52 Sbrns." 'sist.,!,-!..! will host the Ones Shabbat. Bmturdaj I a.m. r %  CANDLEUGHTMG TIME 29Tebet — 5:41 p.m. ,.., ., .': %  i: i. U.i. ..: i.'V.. ..' 1. V.. i ..--Li



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Page 14-A •• In* #c#> nrfi>*rs*n Friday, January 25, Browsing Wif/i Boofcs: By HIIARY MINPLIN Truth, Stranger Than Fiction, is Therefore Not Creative THE MAN WHO PLAYED GOD. By Robert St. John. 447 pp. New York: Doubltday. $5.95. THE BOOK IS ostensibly fiction, the story of a %  prominent Hungarian Jew who took it upon himself to negotiate with the Nazis in order to buy freedom for some 1.700 of his people, while the balance of 800.000 Hungarian Jews were being gassed and burned in the Auschwitz crematoria. Thus the book rests on what is essentially a moral dilemma, a simple question ol right or wrong: if all are doomed anyway, may the many definitely be sacrificed so that a few may definitely be saved? And lurth-?r: may one man choo.se who shall live, and who shall die? Dr. Kastner Recalled Says Robert St. John, a former Associated Press foreign correspondent who looks rather like a twinkly-eyed Commander Whitehead. and is the author of fourteen books, including a biography of Ben-Gurion: "I intended this as an Everyman story, which would pose the question: What would I have done if I had been in his place?'" But of course it is not an Everyman story. It is the story, exact in nearly every important detail, including the Israel trial and subsequent assassinROBERT ST. JOHN .*. no judgment Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Three Leading Nazis May Leave Spandau Soon Washington %  THREE LEADING NAZIS, still confin* ed at West Berlin's Spandau wai crimes prison, may go free if the Unit ed States heeds clemency appeals b\ the West German Red Cross. The crim inals are Rudolf Hess, once Hitler's tor deputy; Baldur von Schirach. the fana tic Hitler youth leader: and Albert Speer Reichsminister of armaments and muni tions. at The international Nuremberg tribunal desisted from sentencing von Schirach and Speer to death.only because their testimony helped incriminate the other Nazis on trial. Without their self-serving testimony, both would have surely been executed. They received 20 years each with the expectation that this time would not be reduced by a single day. Hess escaped death because of a mental Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ The Mona Lisa Smile ->lu|AZEL TOV. MB We have a distinguished visitor in America —a 459-year-old lady—the Mona Asa. Her. coming has again stiri'd the age old question — about hich innumerable articles have een written—why the smile on er face? The same question was put bout a painting of Daniel in the me lions apparently are about to make a meal of Daniel, but he stands there smiling. Some have said that the reason for it is that Daniel figured, well, anyway, he wouldn't have to make an after dinner speech. Another theory is that Daniel was happy he wouldn't have to listen to one. In the case of the Mona Lisa. I have never understood what all the questioning is about. The reason why the Mona Lisa is smiling, is very obvious. It's Friday night. What more need be said? On Friday night, as the Sabbath is welcomed, we chant "Lecha Dodi"—•Come, my Bride." The mother of the house traditionally is supposed then to meet her husband, coming from the synagogue with a smile, and the husband, in the real pious home, will recite "Ayshe's Chayil," from the Bible, praising the virtuous woman. So why shouldn t she smile? Should she sigh instead? In the Talmud, there is an intere-ting discussion about sighing. Rav said, "Sighing breaks half the body," In support of this, he quotes a Biblical verse, "But thou, son of man, do thou sigh as with broken bones." However, Reb Jochanan differs. He contends that sighing breaks not half the body but the entire body. The verse in the Bible which Rav quotes about "the broken loins," he argues, only means that the damage starts with the broken loins, but it spreads through the entire body. As the popular sonhas it. "There are smiles that make us happy. And there are smiles that make you sad." There" are many varieties of smiles. There are -miles of friendship, and also Miuies oi deceit, there are smiles of happiness and smiles of pain. condition which may have been feigned. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. The German Red Cross told American officials that only a few years remain to be served by von Schirach and Speer. Hess is described as a pitiful victim of psychiatric disturbances, who should be allowed to spend his remaining years in freedom. United States authorities were asked to extend special consideration to the three. The Soviet Union Still has a say at Spandau prison, owing to the old four-power agreement. But America is urged to find a formula to remove the prisoners from Russian tyranny." After dissolution in 1948 of the four-power Control Council in Germany, there was no supreme authority which could grant clemency to the last inmate at Spandau. The German Red Cioss thinks the age of these final three major prisoners should be considered, and that compassion is indicated. American officials seem to agree. German public opinion is depicted as feeling that continued imprisonment of men who served Iheir country and fought Communism is inhumane. Indeed, the only people who seem to care very much arc the survivors of the Nazi oppression which these three helped conceive and implement. The Jewish War Veterans of the l.SA. has served notice in Washington that too many lives were snuffed out by Nazi bestiality to grant further charity to leading Nazis. The JWV noted that some rebellionyouths, in various countries, are becoming enchanted with neonazism. How can they be convinced how terrible Nazism was when we are asked to have compassion for the surviving Nazi leaders? Justice Robert H. Jackson, in the summation speech for the American delegation at Nuremberg, referred specifically to the three. He said -the zealot lies. was the engineer tending the party machinery, passing orders and propaganda down to the leadership corps, supervising every aspect of parly activities, and maintain ing the organization as a loyal and ready instrument of power Von Schirach, poisoner of a generation, initiated the German youth in Nazi doctrine, trained them in legions for service in the SS and Wehrmacht. and delivered them up to the party as fanatic, unquestioning executors Speer secretly marshalled the entire econ. omy for armament, but had no idea it had anything to do with war." foreign News leffer By JOSHUA JUSTMAN ation, ol Dr. Rudolph Kastner. Dr. Kastner ,. -| the man who, in his own view and thai ( ,i M .|., others, risked his life to save as man; Jews as hi could In the eyes of his accusers, he ci Hal orated with the Nazis by lullh • %  bull of Hungary's Jews Into passive death in o • to ave his friends family and a chosen few, ... ince ;t involved Jewish Agenc; rocked Israoi right up to the Prime 'v.. e r % %  also the substance of Hen Hecht'i "Pi ri allog, d tual, is nearly at fictioi r pom: of view, as St Ji .! i : %  Igl :"'Hlt. Reality is Strangling Here, however, names and places an charged protecting innocent and guilty alike. One is ptizderi^ in fact, by the complete absence of any reference to the obvious source of the "story." The oook is a Literary Guild selection for February, bul the Guild "Review" does not mention the real basis; neither does the book jacket, nor the publisher's release. And yet it is precisely the Kastner skeleton, still' rattling around in the moral closet, which gives backbone to the hook and lends it whatever \ahie it may have. This is because, taken as it is, not quite fact uor yet quite fiction, the novel begs its point: it equivocates; it doesn't smack home. It is not sure, I think, where home is. Like all fictionalized accounts of real occurrence — "Exodus" and "Mila 18" are cases in point — the requirements of adhering to reality strangle the book dramatically Truth may be stranger than fiction, but it is rn-t as creative and therefore not as symbolic. The famous attempt to trade 10.000 trucks for one million Jews, which stands even now as the great symbol of the dilemma (how do you weigh the lives of one million persons against the prolongation of the war?), and which might have served the book philosophically, gets lost, along with other great question-, in the minutia of the story. An Objective View Mr. Si John, who is a good. hont--t reporter throughout the book reflects the bewilderment of the Israeli jurist.-, who first brought in a verdict for Kastner's accuser, and then, when he was dead, exonerated him on appeal. His Kastner. whom h • calls Andor Horvath, is a man of ambivalent character who saw himself as the clever, courageous' savior ol several thousand Hungarian .1* -> and did not agonize unduly over those whom he could not save The book, while sympathetic to Horvath. nevertheless remarkablj objective about him. If it makes anj point, it is that it can make no judf nient. The wary will see, of course, that tl is itself a jud| n i %  THE GAP BETWEEN US ..: 7 da HI bul on %  He and thott like tide of the /•>-... M/I %  li i W .i out tide are i %  They em affo n ethics, we only fear death We ive and to we ihmk that Th i the wr bi %  • ad a way 10 In..:., .: III! MAN \\ III) PLATO <-0D. Israel's Leading Issue Today: TV or Not TV? Jerusalem THE DEBATE ON the intro' duct ion of Television in Israel is still in full swing. The debate now centers on the question of educational TV only, for the establishment of which the Rothschild Foundation has earmarked a considerable sum of money. However, it is ge era ly assumed that once the channels are thrown open there would be no holding back and that within a short space of time Israelis would join the worldwide TV audiences Jiuj the preset objections voiced to the linn Z ne of educational r\ to a great extent stem from ,i„ ,,, ration, and fear, that it would m fad become runner to general TV. wu int To be loubU have been expressed, both bv edn caional quarters and in the K ,.'? '" l value of and the benefit, to b. Ml tion. Some Knesset members quoted from a UNESCO i< port thai TV lessons do not adequately compensate for the tune they steal" from the classroom; others point out that TV necessarily used "standard" lessons and not tailored to the needs of specific classes. Mr Bban, in an interview, this week, said it was ""' tear of innovations that was at the bottom of the objections raised. This, he said, was both surprising and unacceptable in a country like Israel, faced, as it is. with si en complex educational problems. Mr Eban cited I number %  ..i educational TV programs he had recently viewec n the 1 S.A., Britain and France and which had im"'; hocgreatly. In Britain, he said, the number of scnools utilizing educational TV rose in the space of a cw years from 80 to 6.000. Said Mr. Eban: Surely. ith is limited teacher manpower and its inability to provide "I with tli,. necessary instruments. Israel could TV than cou hr.,,,,,,, % %  ..s.iary losirumeo UCh more from instructional 4-S. or Britain, it has pr< fry it out here? proven succ essfJ •mi.'o'! l ; '" ,; '"'"P' ,0 conceal his I attitude l eneral TV.



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A&aj. January 25. 1963 %  *. Urn. i** rirvrirf* >ir Pcfge 15-A LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER r .-TIT'OVS NAME LAW „ %  ': IS HEREBY OIVKN thai ,,. dgncd, dollim! to ongaKc 111 "' ,; „ .p i. ..••.fictitious nalll. of COMPANY ill KM I '.,,." -ii" '. Miami i>'li, Florida, In-.,i.i naiM with tin the Circuit Court <>f Dade ?, B ^l/H r KATZd EltNA KATB \ mtii 1/4-11-18-13 %  -.-in.: •.;.-•.CE 8* PUBLICATION „ THE C.RCCtT COURT OF THE %  L EvE'.TH JUOICtAL CIRCUIT OF rtct.OA IN AND FOR DADE NTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 62C 11062 I .1 X, ./.. I %  ,. Rl -/. NIXKZ. SUIT FOR DIVORCE -n:i." PEREZ Nl'XKK. %  iilai t Knero si4:: |rn Mil UMW I'mviiu '.' .' h< leb) notified thai i IIHI loi l i<. % %  !. ihas be< n ...i you. and you are r..ii.%  copy of yodr An. linn tn the BIB of Comiii. plaintiff's AI ti rite) I'oLIc.vsTRO, Ksy.. I?:. K Miami 85, Florida WA II, iKinal Answer or Plead. f office of the Clerk of the [ rt on or before t he 12th ...i v. IBM. n you fall to .. ill l.y default Will 1" i foi the i ellef deihe Hill of Complaint. -h..H be publlahed onci four consecutive v. • %  • l>WISH FLORIDIAN. I,SI tND ORDERED HI Miami. I this 9th day of January, I\ %  • LKATHERMAN, Clerk. II i i %  .!'!. Cpunty, Florida lly: K M. I.YM.VN. i •< put) i lerk i ii-is-i5.; i menu BY HENRY LEONARD "I'm sorry, Rabbi Nubkirt. I can't come to services tonight it's the only time we could find for our temple board meeting." Cm. 1MJ. Poxmi titiwf.—ii LEGAL NOTICe LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "TH ..DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOe CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 62C 13767 K \ 1*7., %  • K \TZ. i~f.-nd.uit. sfTiCE BY PUBLICATION VORToS K AT/.. Defendant Pennsylvania Avenue (I) II. N. w York IRK i:i>ji 1 m;i • % %  MI v. a HI \., -M.I to the i 'ompluint ..ii the Plaintiff's attornU %  >N V KRIKOM AN. Ull I •• illdltut, Miami SS, Florida, I I i %  is the original Anavri r In of th.' tMerit of the Clrj t, un or before the lib da) ary, I9R; olhel ; % %  the ; tot Divorce heretofore fll. Ill '•. taken aconfi --' '1 I fi• \ • .,i MI .mi. Dade County, ... L'Ttii day of i '•• %  • moor, It. LKSTIIERM \N of i!.. i Mn-uil Court, County, Florida • ICOPELAXD IN Clerk 1 l-ll-lX-SS NOTICE UNDER ITITIOUS NAME LAW l.s HKI'.KKY I1IVKX thai i. in.: to .n IK.ill : till flelili" IUM IIS in.' "f \ KSKftY at Route I. II ,-i. an, l !••! Mil Inu i" 1 il<| nan .• with Ihe Clerk i : i ',•• i %  ,.i l >aI. Count) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS* HEREBY fllVEN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in iiu-in. >under the fictitious name of YV-I'l'.x :ii Ma. Arthur Causeway, Miami Beach, Florida Intend* to register said iiiiiin uiiii the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade County, FlorIda. HOi'NSAVILLE OF Ml \MI UEACH, IXC. (a Fla Cori> ) Nile i\v n.-r KKSSI.EI". A OARS Attot n. \ t for Applicant 1998 s VV. let Mr. .1 i l-lft-25, 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK 1> HEREHY tllVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engugi In I bushiest in..i.i Hi. fictitious name "f Tfl.SA APAITTMF5NTH at %  %  ". Menorei Avenue, Coral <; ii. 1 •-.-. FlorUhi Intend | I,, register said name with th* Clerk ,,f th. i • H Court of Dad. %  %  • inty, Florid i M.i.i.i i:i'-iu:i. ill LIE E1CIIEI. II in %  l.I:l: iKOI.TNO* Attorney* II.I Ail,.li A 'Pilli.Eiuht-I 1 li'ii KIM ii> Be Itulldini Miami, l %  I ll IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No 63C 281 DEL KEY, MKI.QCIAKES I i'luintlff, \'S. IRENE KARAN DEL REY. i Mfendant. TO: IRENE KARAN DKL REY ;:..•. \v.--i r..iiiv Avenui Chicago, Illinois Yin. IRENE KARAN DEI. RfcY, T:H. w.st Barry Avenue, Chlouro, Illinois, are required to file your anxwer to the c<>nii>i.iint for Divorce, with the Clerk ot <> %  above Court, and nerve a copy thereof upon Olno P. Nearettl. Attorney, sn-n Conarena I'.iiiu., Miami, Florida on or before th.i:th day of February. I9t, ,, r ^is.complaint Will be taken an I'unfeseed. Dated January •' "•'• K 1!. l.KATHKK.MAN Clerk of tincircuit Court ls,:il> l:v: K M I.YM.VN. Deputy Clerk 1/11-18-2:.,! i NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 373 MAHItY KOHEL, Plaintiff, vs. LOCI8E T. SOU EL, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: I.I'IISK T. ROBEL RIG 1 >.nnls Place i.iinii'ii. New Jevaay Y'ou are hereby notiiini thai .i Bill of Complaint for Divorce haa bean 111,^1 iikiiiinst >..II, and you are required to aerva i* copy of your Anawer or Pleading to the mil of Complaint on the I'l.-ilntiii".attorney. N'ORMAN s. P.M.I.OT, ..mi Inarabam llulldliur, Miami, Florida and rile the original Anawer or Pleading in the office of tin Clerk "f the circuit Court on or before the l'.'th day of lebruary, inaS. li you f;ill to do so. judgment h) default will be taken iiiiln-t you fi r the relief demanded in ihe Bui of • 'omplalnt. This notice .-hall be publlahed once ii.-li week for four consecutive .-.ks' in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, I Florida, this liih day of January, A.D. I::::. !•;. B, LBATHERMAN, clerk. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (-...li By: N. A. HBWETT [Jeputy Clerk I li.".",, 2/l-s eN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58233-A IN RE: Estate of BETTE BETA NO ll'RT 1 ',-i eaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit! m and All IVis.nllav1 liii: ciiiinis or Demandn Agalnel S:ii.i Estate N ,.u Bre herebj notified and IN I quired to present an) clalnu ami ih mantis whii-h vou may have :o::iiiisi Hi. estate of BETTE BETANCOl'RT Id.eeased late of Dade County, Florida, to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the sa in their offices in th-County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH juniriAi nory T >N AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. • • bi i. ><.. v No. 62C 1379 KI.Aiil.KK FEDERAL SA VINOS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI Plaintiff, Vs. RUBEN RODHIOl'EZ MAItlCMAt. and MARGARITA MARICIIAI.. his wife, ,-t a I. Defandanta. TO: RUBEN KOI'UH ;IK/. MARICIIA1. and MARGARITA MAR ICHAI-. his wife, if alive, and if dead, then -all unknown heirs. devleeoa, grant aea, aaatgnooa, linn'.rs. creditors • r otherwise. claiming by, through, under ur against the said RCIIEN RODHIGl'KZ MARICIIAI. and MARGAR1TA MARICHAL, his wif ; and Rgalnat all other parties having "i" claiming to have :uiv right, title "r interest in th.propert) herein described. YOC ARE HEREBY NOTUIED that :i complaint for ForocJoaure of Martgage hail been Mod against you on the following described property, towit: Lot S3, Block 23. ..f SECOND ADI ilTIi >N Ti %  \V K S T II A V F. N HEIGHTS according to the Plat thereof, recorded in PUtt Rook 6i>, at ran. 67, of the Public Records of Dade County, Florida, together with Improvements, fixtures and appliances contained therein, a^ Soscribed in aald mortgage, and ->'.ii in*, hereb) required to serve .i copy of >..u!' Answer ti tho Mid plaint on the Attorne) for th I'liiiniiff .mil file Ihe Original Answer in the i iffloe of the Clerk of the Clr cult Court on or before the 4th day of February, 1963: otherwise, the % %  legations "i said Complaint will '" &f taken as confessed by you. DATED: This :'Mli day of December, l'.'•'.:' E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida By c P. COPEUAND Deput) Clerk MARKS, KEITH A MACK Attorneys for Plaintiff 11! N.E Flrsl Str..t. Miami. Florida. i i-ii-t--:'". ih, date ol the ireof, or the same first will mi. mils from publication h be barred. FRANCES BLl'MGARTEN Administratrix BERNSTEIN .x MILLER Attorney for Administratrix III l Congress Building Miami, I lorida l S3, 2 I -H-li I VRLES r MITCHELL ISl H MITCIIEU. I la II. rs .x GOLDEN : i '. • rlluildina 111., 1 I8-Su, -' 1-8 T(-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ."..•DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND > IADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 3C 12 VT<>NK'ORTEGA. I I'M ." 'I'. yt'RTMHA. • '• %  • •.lant. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION nK1 EGA • r.i T.i res : .1 Sir, i Bronx. X. \ York >V ARE hereb) notified tb.it a hplal-it for I4voroe bava been fllod • i..i, ami yon are hereby re• IV.a copy of your Aii-u.i lie Complaint on the Plaintiff* .>i ; ESTER KOOERH, Those ad'".1 N T. I lih Street. Miami. "el in.the original of your •.i. the office ..I the (Merk of -i.tli Judicial Circuit In and ''•.•I. County, Florida, on or both! -uli da) of February. IMS, %  i wh h the Complaint will ,-i i. -^.-.i by you. F't'.'. the .nil du) of January IMI I!. LEATHERMAN iK of the Circuit ('..mi B) : K. M. I.Y.MAN. DepUl) Clerk i l-ll-lS-SS a gagi IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY No. 63"C 405 IM.ACI.n: FEDERAL SAVlNtiS VND LOAN A.-S'" IATION <>\-' MIAMI. PLili \ s, i;< ii s II.I • i ; %  'iMNi:/. ami AI 'i-:i. \ • ;i i| >INEZ, in.wife, et si, 11. Pendants. NOTICE TO APPEAR Ti • lUJlHiLFO GUI >INKZ and Al >KLA liINEZ, hiwife, ii iili\.. iiml ii di .ol. then i>It unkno* n heirs, devisees, u inteoa, assignees, li. inns. credltora oi otht-rwlao, claiming by. iiui.iii.il. under .r ii^.iinst the si.nl ;'.olsi|,l"> lioDLNEZ and ADKLA '.ni'iXKX.. hi> iie: and against all other parties having or claiming to have an) rlglu. title or Interest in the propertx herein d.-rlbe-l. Yoi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that Complaint for Fl reclosuse of Mortha.s been Hied against you on the following d< ci*bed property, toLot Two ''-'. in I "dock TwBty-fiya ,.• I ..I SKi "NO ADDITION TO \\K.-TUAVI:N HEIGHTS, accordinx to the I "Is l thereof, recorded In plat Hook %  % % %  •. id Pa*e ST, of the l'ublic Records of I'ule County, I lorida, logothar with Improvements, fixtures and appliances iciii.uiii.i therein, as described in said mortgage, and you are hereb) required t" serve ii i-i.pv oi yuui Anawei to the said Complaint on the Attorne) t'" the Plaintiff iiml ilbthe original Answer in the Offl f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before the 1Mb day o| i '• -briiiu %  >. ISrS: otherwise, the ailegationa of ankl Comnialnl will be taken as confi seed by you. DATED: This 14th da) of January, IMS, i:. i: l.KAl HKRMAN. Clerk, circuit Court, I lade County, Florida (seal) B) : K. M. I.Y.MAN lleptlO Clell. MARKS. KEITH & MACK Attorne) fi Plaintiff in N.E. First 8tr< et Miami ,2. Florida ( m% NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY ciNI-l.x that 1 the undersigned, desiring to engage In 1K-3.1, S I I. i I nest under the fictitious nan f — HOl'SE OF WATCHES al SOfl s. \ bold Building, Miami -. Florida, in• mito register said name with the i I. k of the circuit Court of I lade < "011110. .Florida. ItK LBNKE CO., INC Hole Owner I:I:I II;I:I: .i ALBol'M Attorm S l" 1 Be Lenki Co., In. 120 I ii In Road Miami Beach, Florida 1 lx -x NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N iT ITS is HEREHY OIVEN th i! the llll lerslgned, desiring to engagi Ill b it II. under the fictitious n inn H U VV.M.H.M. Itadlo St itlou W.M.B.M. W.M.B.M. Broadcasting Station W.M.V .1 Kadia Station w.M.V.J. w.M.V. 1. Broadcasting Million W.M.V.J., Miami's Voice of Jasa at x|i First Stre.i. Miami Beach, Florida, intends to register said names with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I lade i dunty, Florida. COMMUNITY SERVICE BROADCASTERS, INC. iin Ohio corporation, authorised to do business in the State of Florida, Bole (iwner (•allot, silver. Ruilot \Stern :;iT Biscayne Building Miami 31. l lorida Attorney* for Community S.i vice Broadcasters', Inc. l 18-25, I 1-8 AUTO INSURANCE RATED COMPANIES 1 Sotor Dn FOR 6 MO. lowest Rotes • • • Co/I and Compare! Matti: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 57757-C IN RE: Estate of VIRGINIA SIMMERS 1 >pi'e;if*pil. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bnld Estate: Ymi are hereby notified and required t" present any claims and demon Is which you may have against the estate of VIRGINIA BUMMERS, dennasofl late of Dade County, Florida, lo the County Judges of I hole County, ami file the same in their offices In UnCounty Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from th.date of the first publication hereof, or the sain... will be barred, DAVID C. GILCHRIST. Executor PAl'l. KW1TNEY, Attorne) IL"I> Lincoln Road Miami Beach W, Florida l ll-ix-".'.-.. ^ i NOTICE TO DEFEND or ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 317 LOIS E tIRKEN. Plaintiff, • VB, CLARENCE BOB GRKEN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To. CLARENCE BOB GREEN Y/ou are hereb) notified thai a Rill "ompl i in for 1 Mvoi i'r hiis been filed auani-t you, and you are required t" serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint "U the Plaintiffs Attorney, WALTER B. LEBOWITZ. T'. First Stieet, Miami Beach, Florida and file the original Answer or Pleading In the offli e ol the "lei k of thi C • '..uit on or befi re the 19th da) ol February, 1963, li you fail i.. do BO, Judgment b) default ill it >k. n .i^.iin-i you for the relief demanded in Ho Kill of Complaint. I'O.XIO ANO URDERED al Miami. I lorida. tiiisi"ih day of January, A.D. 1963, i: ll. I.I-:A TIIEKMAX. Clerk, circuit Court, Dade County, Florida (seal) BJ ; N A. HEWETT Deput) Clerk WALTER B. LEBOWITZ Tn* I-Irs! Str. el Miami Beach, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff. l IS-J6, I l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious iuim< ,.f BALTIMORE AITS, i.t number 3030 Collins Avenue In thu t-lty ..i Miami Benoh, Florida, intend to register the said name with the ci, rk ..f th. Circuit Court of Dude County, r 1 "!!'" // ALAN C 8BNB t i :i i HER r .--r..\s H HtWlN BAKER ARONOVITZ, SILVER .x tk'HER I.IIT Alnale) Building, Miami. Fia. I : %  ".. 2/i-s-r. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVKN that ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious namo of STANLEY APTS at I6 *th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend I.. register saitl name with the C'erk of the circuit Court of Dade County, l-'l.iil.l.i 'LAN c BENS H GILBERT SENS ARONOVITZ, SILVER .xSCHER Vttorne) for Btanle) Apts. 60" Alnslej Building, Miami. Fla 1 23, 3.'l*i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that ihe undersigned, desiring !•• engage in business undei the fictitious name of MONTCLAIH \l"is ..i 1710 Mel Ian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida, Intend tn register said name with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of ii,,i.County, Florida, \l AN C SFJNH CILBERT SENS 'RONOV1TZ, SILVER SCHER Attcrneys for Montclair Apts 07 Ainsley liull.linK. Miami. Fla. 1 %  '.. S 1-x-l'. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. No. 58030-B IN BE: Estate of JENNIE I ERRANTK, 1 leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Having Claims or iteinanos Against Said Estau : You ale hereby notified and required to present any claims iiml doni.uuiwhich you ma) have agains! !h..-liil. ..I .IKNNIK I'KKRANTK. deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges of Dade County. and file the same In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the date <>f the first publication h.r.oI, or the same will be burred. LAWRENCE R. KEKKAXTE. Administrator i R, MAYERS. Attorney 1613 Congress Building Miami. Florida 1 lx-•-•:.. I l -I Every Form ol Insuronce ond Bonds for Home "nd Business Call PL 4-6262 or PL 9 2371 CHARLES ADLER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. MOO N.l. 125th ST. • NORTH MIAMI NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious nan I LORRAINE ASSOCIATES at number I IIHI 79th Street Caueeway in the City of Miami Beach, Florida Intends register the said name with th. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE LHEREBY GIVEN that ih. undersigned, desiring lo engage In business under the fictitious name f C.oLDEN BEACH AITS. ,x MOTEL at 191-75 Collins Ave,. Miami Reach M. Fla., Intend I i reglst i -.mi nami with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi I'aiie Count). I i"i Ida. SAM IT CHS HAVIH Ft'ciis PEARL 1HCHBCHTER HARRIET CHL'SED I • II. ls l.|( IN A. EPSTEIN Attornes for Applicants 1/25. :• 1-8-18 ii cult Court of N.Y.. this Oil.I 1Mb Clerk of the Clt County, Florida. I >iiie.l at N.-w Yolk ,li,v of December, 19U. .1 Ai • >r. S. il.oMON YETTA S( il.oMON MORTIMER SOLOMON FILE I NOR FRIEDLAND M.i: Ml W1 Sol.o.MON MI. in. > for Applicants ::'.| East l 19th Street ,: M N W V '"" k l.ll-18-S! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that the undersigned, deai"ln 'o en< business under the fictitious name nf THE GRANT APTS. at 9678-76 Collins Ax.-., snrfsi.ic. Florida intend* to register saiii mini, with the Clera oi iii. circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SAM I ICHS Sols iu n.-r i El iN \ EPSTEIN Attorm ) foi Appiu nit 1 25,2 1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IIERF:RY RIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name.ol WEaTOVER A I" VKTMENTS; WESTOVEK ARMS APARTMENTS: THE WESTOVER :it I I'm Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Florida Intends to register said names with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. SIM. IN METRICK SHAPIRO A. FRIED, Bsqs All.. rni y foi Slim n M" •• l. W 107 Lincln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla. I Si, 1-8-15 .__ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi in business under Ihe fictitious name of VENETIA AITS, Bl number 2SW Toledo si. In the CRy of coral • %  ii.i..-. Florida. Intend to register thi said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 1*1 IRWIN RAKER /*/ BEVERLY BAKER ARONOVITZ. SILVER X. Si III 111 607 Alnslev Building, Miami. F"ia. l K, 1-8-1 ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJewisti fkridlian solicits your legal notice*. Wo appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Mul Fit 3-4605 for messenger service



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Page IS-A +Jeni$f fkridisri Friday. January 25 50th annual commission metin:,'. to be held in Washington. DC. from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3 The award ceremonies. to_-thcr with an hour long program of mii>ic on the thenu-s of the nation's progre.-s toward democracy, will be broad ast nationalh ov>r the CBS network (Thetelecast will be seen herein \t Thursday Jan 31. 10 p.m.. over WTYJ Ch. 4.i Some 200 of the nation's most di-tir. flushed men and women will -crve on Sen. Lehman's honorary observance committee, including members cf the President'.Cabinet, the U.S. Supreme Court. Con^r. -nn n and other leading figures in government, the arts, education, religion, industry and American communal life. Hope Raised I Ecumenical To Condemn Bias NEW YORK — (JTA) — IVclar U.g that Jewish organizations were %  following the proceedings of the Ecumenical Council with 'great attention. Dr. Nahum Goldmarn. president of the World Jewish i ongress, told Jewi>l) leaders here recently that he hoped that the Catholic Church \w>uld take a clear position in condemning racism, anti Semitism and intolerance in all forms. He spoke at a meeting of the American Section ot the World Jewish C on gre ss In view of the great influence the Catholic Chur.h wields in many parts of the world, particularly in the field of education, such a pronouncement would 1" .ficance. especial!) ir. \ lew of the resurgence of anti-Semitic movements in countries where the Church carried great weight." he declared. Dr Goldmann added that in view of ""certain actions already taken by thePope. Jew l-h public opinion looks forward with a certain amount of hope and confidence to the final decisions of %  Council in thire The WJC leader reported that there was ro fundamental change in the situation of Russian Jewry which is denied "many facilities, both religiously and culturally, anc* especially with regard to possible contact with world Jewry." But he felt that the leadership of the Soviet Union was "beginning to become aware of the existence of this problem, and that is the first condition to any hope for a change for the better." Health Forum For Seniors Here The major health prohli mi facing older adults and how they can handle these problems was the focus cf the Medical Health Forum sponsored by the Department of Service to Senior Citizens %  A the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING Jffferson — Union Highland FRanlclin Executive Office FR 3-5581 The forum for senior citizens took place on Sunday, 1 30 p.m.. at the Miami YMHA. 450 SW 16th Ave. It brought together a panel of professional practitioners consisting of Dr. Philip Sanut. director, cardio-pulmonary laboratory. Mt. Sinai Hospital: Dr. Solomon Kann. internist; and Mrs. (Catherine Wells, director. Social Service Department. Mt. Sinai Hospital Stanley Spieler, local attorney and president of the Miami YMHA BCted SI moderator for the Forum. The event coincided with Senior Citizens Open HOUM Month offer -il by the Center during the month of January As with other activi lies (luring this period, the forum was open without charge or "l>li '.ation to the community Dr Goldmann called on Jews all over the worl i to mobilize in a' fight again.-t resurgent anti Somitism. Although warning against over-estimating the immediate! danger of nee it anti-Semitic atj tack-, he said that the fast-mov-' ing and unstable situation in many parts of the world was fertile soil for anti-Semitic tendencies "Anti-Semitism today imore than ever internationally organized, and the various local movements are in close contact with each other"' he said. The international character of the neo-Nazi movement demanded action by an organized, worldwide counter movement replacing isolated reac-, tion in individual countries, he emphasized. HIE TO OUR MADE-SI ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR CONN Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ->w A'JIK *PH IMMH IX. T JE 8-7255 Macht Named To Hospital Board Robert Macht. president of Jordan-Marsh Department Store, has been named a trustee of the National Jewish Hospital at Denver. Macht also heads NJH'l Miami Committee, a group which disseminates information about the institution and facilitates the admission of patients from this area Since *s founding in 1899. National Jewish Hospital has pr<>\uled some four and a half million dayof free care (Or victims of tuberculosis, asthma, cystic fibroaia and other respirator) diseases The hcop.tal has •> regional ot-1 lice m Miami at IGH SK 1st Si 24-Year Hebrew-English Calendar.'32 pages. All dab's and Hebrew equivalents and days of the week, Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1M4. Important Jtxriik holldayt to 1970. For free copy write to H. J. Heinr. Company, Dept. J2, Pittsburgh 80, Pennsylvania Registration Date Deadline Nearing Kdward P. Ahreiis. district director of Immigration and Naturalization Service, reminded aliens here th:it Thursday. Jan. 31. is the deadline for filing address report formas required under provisions of the 1983 Immigration and Nationality Act. 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Stork Club for New Parents at Mt. Sinai lit. Sinai Hospital will begin an irk Club programs expectant patents on Wednes%  ning. Fob. 6. at 7:30 p.m. IWV Picks ITS. Decky h ected president of the Jew|h V.-.r Veterans Ladies' AuxilTr>. Poet 3(M). last week was lira. |\, !, Deck>. [.Mrs. Daphne Adleman is senior t. president, and Mrs. Esther I is junior vice president. • of h'mor was Mrs. Jennie uisstr.an. celebrating her 75th I I u as hostess for the even \ MrDecky The sessions are free for mother-, and fathers-to-be, and will be held every Wednesday for the following five weeks in the Patlent'S Lounge on the third floor e! the hospital. Sessions include an introduction to the maternity staff of the hos pital, facilities, films, lectures and discussions on "Birth Time lor Baby." "Bath Time for Baby." "Feeding Time for Baby." and "Now That You are Parents." Group discussions comprise a part of each session, conducted by members of the Nursing Department of the hospital In addition, informational booklets and pamphlets oi; related subjects are disiributed, The course is climaxed With the presentation of diplomas. Interested parents-to-be may eni roll and receive further information by calling the Nursing Office at Mt. Sinai Hospital. ISABEL GROVE Curiosity and business lured A. I Til and his May overseas All previous sojurns made lir. "t summer months, now hrmed with heavy clothing. Ihej • braving three and a halt recta of winter in London. Paris tuid : imc Seeing them oil ; toe airport last Saturday. ,. u er Rosemary and husband le! -reen • %  century oi marriage lor le" and Jack Silvcrmnn. W 15th St. Wed 1913 11 terbury, Conn., the Silver|ir.; came here 20 years ;igo %  ffering felicitations to the chairman of the Miami ifi Board and his .lovely t festivities in the Shrinib on Dec. 29. the red let..y, his many local friends, v judges and commission : Also "Birdies" sister, era Martin, and her broth'arry Rosemveig and his plus many members of family Further celcn on the HiL:h Seas for the couple now crui-in^ to .'••and Mrs. Samuel RaJler. T315 Harding Ave.. celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary with a dinner party at Tony's Pish Market Guests included Mrs. Radler's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gewertz, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gewertz Appetites whetted by their many previous hut brief visits. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bellin now here for entire winter Author of "The Jewish Cookbook." Mildred Bellin is well known to the readers oi The Jewish Floridian for her popular "Cooking Corner" The column in such demand, it is translated into Spanish, and appears throughout South America Home town for the Bellins is Albany. N.Y., where Mildred was honor-1 ed as "Woman of the Week" in •62 Also members of the winter colony, the Gerald Fields, of Great Neck. L.I., and their 2year-old son, David Mrs. Fields is the sister of Estelle Kass. Girl Friday to Marviu Continued on Page 6-B Commi.tee oi Temp'.e Manorah Sisterhood completes arrangements with sightseeing bus company for its annual "Stclrway to the Sarts" luncheon and fashion c how at the Doral Country Club next Wednesday. Highliaht of the afternoon will be the "Bar Mitzvah" fashion show, celebrating the organization's 13th birthday. Musical bad ground will be presented by Cantor Edward Klein and Temple Menorah's "Bar Mitzvah Boy of the Year," Jon Tannen. Models wiil be Bar Mitzvah mothers, including Mesdames Norman Harrow. Herbert Kaplan, Edward Klein, Sol Frankel, Jerry Lindenbaum, Frank Nankin. Irving Solomon. Jack Segal, Jerry Reiger and Lee Rubin. Chairman of the event is Mrs. Al Mechlowitz, and co-chairman is Mrs. Milton Singer. Mrs. Ray Morse is Sisterhood president. the 'W< ovnan s World (Jewish FloricKian Miami. Florida. Friday. January 25. 1963 Section B Beach Girl Wins Top Editor's Post A Miami Beach girl has been man marked the end of an eight. ... elected editor in-chief of the Tufts year exclusive male dynasty in Weekly. The newspaper is the ofthe top journalism post on the ficial publication of Tutts UniverTufts campus. sity at Medford, Ma-s. Election of Miss Carol Seider Miss Seiderman is thedaughter ol Mr. and Mrs Paul SeLierman, of 3510 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach She is a, graduate of Miami Beach lli^h School, and was recipient oi a Columbia University Award presented to her while she served as editor-in-chief of The Beachcomber < i;>r>8 r.'i) at Miami Beach High School. Miss Siederman transferred to Tufts in September. 1961. from Sophie Newcomb College of Tutane University al New Orleans, La. Her father is a member of the board ol governors of the Greater Miami .hwish Federation and chairman of the board of trustees and former regional board chairman ol the Florida Region ol the Anti-Defamation League of B'nal I. nth. MISS CAROL SHDtRMAN Hilary Mindlin to Review Book for Academy Women lver Anniversary plans are discussed by e Women's Division of the 1963 Combined wsh Appeal at the home of Mrs. Carl r>kle. Deep in conference are (left to right) Jack Ablin. Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. ChesW. Krone, Mrs. E. A. Pallot. Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller, and Mrs. Lawrence Sherman. The occasion marked the first meeting of the division under Ihe chairmanship of Mrs. Inez Krensky. Announced was a workers report meeting set for Monday, 10 a.m., at the home of Mrs. Ablin. 6342 No. Bay Rd. Hilary MinJlin, look review editor of The Jewish Flondian, will discuss the novel. "The Man Who Played God." by Robert St. John, at a meeting at the Hebrew Academy next Tuesday noon. The review session will be sponsored by the Academy's PTA. Chairman is Mrs. Tobias Simon vice president of the PTA. and chairman of the library. This will be the second public appearance for Mrs. Mindlin in as many weeks She was featured at the Miami Public Library last week in a panel discussion with Beatrice Washburn, of The Miami Herald, and Henry Cavendish • Miami News and Chicago Tribune, on %  W hat Makes a Best-Sell, er?"



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Page 2-B > A ni ftrtcrklian Friday. January 25, 19 Technion Women To Open Series Women's Division oi tinGreatcr Miami Chapter! American" ST eiety for, Technion, will hold a -cries .ii member-briiig-a-member functions here beginning with a luncheon this Friday noon. Th.' luncheon will be held at the home ol Mrs Charles Gol berg, B7S NE 173rd SI No. Miami Beach. Serving with Mrs Philip F. Thau, president, are Mrs Meyer lia-k.i. program chairman; Mrs. 'iim:'. Hamerschlag, membership chairman; Mrs. Jack Katxman, ho&pitalitj chairman; and Mrs. Morton Fellman, arrangements Mrs. Adolpfa B rger v ill enter, lain with .1 program ol Israeli folk musk Members who bring a 1 <• %  %  member will tic guests at the luncheon Social Singles \ Meet Sunday B'nai B'rith Social S luM RSJ MVtJMh -anmi.,1 inst^u. tion dinner dance at Mori m Xo iion Sunday at 6 p m New preaident, succeedmi Q id Park, la Armand Marko. Installed with him will be Archie Allman, executive vice preside* Esther Stleber, vice presidem Esther Jacobs, financial larj : Lillian Alboum, records secretary: Lillian Elblank lni Ifaj Blum, correspot ,. i: Uries MRS. PHUIP THAU Unusual Art Objects on Sale Center of attraction is Mrs. George Saluk as "Carmen Shapiro" in the musical comedy cf that name to be repeated by 3eth David Players at Spector Hall this Saturday and Sunday. Overcome by her charm are (irom left' Stanley Bornstein. Mrs. Michaef Covin. Bernard Hammersmith and Ruben :dels, director. "Carmen Shupiro" drew large appreciative audiences ot Beth David last weekend. 1 amora Sisterhood Dance A professional square dance caller "ill highlight the evening MM sore 1 by Temple Zamora Sisterhood on Saturday evening in the social hall. In charge ol reservations 1Mrs. Simon Spector. chairman of the square dance ssisted by Mrs Joel Cohen Gumenicks Will Be Honored Here Residents of South^ate Towers Apartments are honoring owner Nathan s Gumenick and Mrs Gumenick at a dinner conceived and planned while that were out of the court i y on an extended E u ro p e a n tour. Mayor Kenneth Oka will preside 1 the dinner, a seated buftet in the Terrac Room of Southgate. Members oi Miami Beach Citj Council and the Beach represents on the Metro Commission will be soeclal guests, The planners, headed by resident James Tex' Walker, has limited reservations to the room capacity of 200. More than 15.000 Gumenick apartments are in Virginia at Richmond and Norfolk. "'The best explanation we have." layi Walker, "h that we all want to pay tribute to the finc-M landlord anyboJy ever had." 'Carmen Shapiro 1 To be Repeated "Carmen Shapiro, presented last weekend by the Beth David Players to capacity audiences, will be performed ayain th's Saturday and Sunday at 830 p.m. The musical comedy is a satire on the garment Industrj and features a fashion show on a runivaj stage through 'be center %  isle The show was directed b\ Ruben [dels, and cast members are Bernard Hamersmith, Millie Covin, Bill Porter, Herman Fisher, Evelyn Saluk. Joe Nurenberg, Harold Bernle, Oscar Rappaport, stan Bornstein. Ruth Syrop, Florence Herol I, Milton Friedman, Clarice Badanes, Frank Rose. Mm na Bloom. Hilda LuaTUS, Hannah glass, Israel Slotsky, Arlene wise. Lily an Brothman and Kitty Laytoll. The fashion show is narrated by Mildred Wasinan. and models are Rose Alterman. SusalJ Paul. Man lyn Slass. Arlene Braun. Iris Rich, Donna Syrop. Jean Herold. Lou Seitlin, and Ed Syrop. Arts. Inc.. which opened recentb Bl 3194 Commodore Plaza, Coconut Grove, is designed and planned to display hand-crafted objects collected from all Over the worl I. The business venture b) Mrs Peritt (Dollyei Schelnberg and Airs Robert 1 Dons 1 Hyams, both married to local physicians, is under the sponsorship of the Mus eunt of Modern Art Among Items displayed are hand loomed fabrics, batik panels, ceramics, and pewter, in addition to a collection of contemporary paintings and sculpture pieces. Both Mrs Scheir.berg and Mrs. Hyams gol the idea to 1 pen then shop after deciding that Ihe kind oi unusual art objects the) anUI pate 1 selling would be ol definite interest t" resi <'"i v hi re A champagne press party lasl week was the occasion tor the "t ficial opening ol Arts, inc. Temple Zamora Brotherhood Temple Zamora Brotherhood was to hold it monthl) business meeting this Thursdaj evening at the Temple, Jacob Ladies To be Installed New officers "i i'„ in i. terbood will be installed at 1 luncheon or. Sunda) n •• at the Walburne Hotel Conducting the cer< ••illtJtl Rabbi Tibor 11 S'en Brig duct the follow log ill Mesdames Louis B ,,i > preaident; Max Thur>toc. | u sidenl Samuel K % %  F Frank. Bella Bai ents; David Kreval ai Sol Krelat, corresponding Esther Hillman, i i t..r\ and pubiicitj I stein, treasurer. Tibot H chaplain: Moe Mini,. membership; AI Lauirouben means; Da\ id Brod> entetl loelit. and Raphael (,< bine A musical progra fered b> Cantor Mat cbes KS gfe KASHA Intn •Mtvhaat grMtl AIM fio> Wolff t Citmi K*"ls-f'itS Wolff's K*SM '* &•) Wolff %  Koslu Soup Pythians Aid Cancer Institute Pythians Sisters of Roosevelt Temple 33 this week presented a check lor JS2.S to the Papanicolaou Cancer Research tnsttute at Miami in the name of Henrietta Kostotf, 'ate member of the group Participatimj in the ceremony were Mrs Nat Miller, most excellent chief. Mrs Lew Brooks. representative, and Mrs. Arthur Goodman, chairman. Since th:Henrietta Koslo* Memorial Fund was established tome years*ago, the organization has donated more than Sti.oou to the Cancer Research Institute toward the purchase of equipment used to combat cancer lovely onions! I Onion flavored MATZOH! 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Friday, January 25, 1963 vjewisti rkridliinr Page 3-3 Home Auxiliary Msv Telethon Saturday Luncheon Tuesday Paid-up membership car.'s and life membership pins will be the admission to the monthly meeting of the Greater Miami s Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the Aged, on Tuesday noon at the Algiers Hotel. Message of welcome will be giv> en by Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, president, and Mrs. Sol Silverm;m. honorary president, and chairman of the Greater Miami Women's fund, will give a report on the building expansion program. A musical program of songs by Mrs Carol Lechowitz. accompanying herself on the accordion, will be introduced by Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program chairman. United Cerebral Palsy's 12th a • nual Telethon has switched to ch 10 WLBW this year, and will agal originate lrom the Miami Beac i Auditorium, starting Saturdaj 10 p.m.. through Sunday. 5 p.n Admission is free. Leading performers in "Isn't Everybody?" go ers and dancers. Left to right (back) are Stanthrough their paces for the forthcoming Beth ley Stein, Art Brint, Elliot Dinnerstein and Vick Torah Congregation presentation Feb. 2 and Vickness. Front are Gary Goldin, Jeanne Din3. An original three-act musical comedy, "Isn't nerstein. Rosalie Hirschberg, Arthur HirschEverybody?" features a cast of 40 actors, singberg and Micki Murray. Mrs. Feinberg Urges CJA Assist Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. women's chairman of General Solicitations for the Combined Jewish Appeal, this week called upon all leading women's groups in the community to appoint their own CJA chairmen for the General Solicitation drive. "We have promised overall Chairman Judge Milton A. Friedman the help of the women in this community to cover the many thousands of cards in our division. The largest number of these cards can best be covered by women's organizations," Mrs. Feinberg stressed, Mrs. Feinberg, again named to the chairman's post -he held in 1962. is also a vice president of the newly-formed Federation of Jewish Women and secretary of the Jewish Vocational Service, a Federation affiliated agency. Judge Friedman and Mrs. Fein| berg meanwhile met with presidents of National Council of Jewish Women's division! here, and [revealed Wednesday that they had ["offered their complete cooperation for the Silver Anniversary [year campaign" She also announced that lea %  ling Temple Sisterhoods, the Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, B'nai B'rith Women, and Pioneer Women, who are planning a special affair in honor of Federation'* 25th anniversary, [have all held preliminary discussIjons "on the ways in which thev can %  do their part to make the Silver mKS. LHAKLLS P. rtltiatRG Anniversary year a memorable one for Federation and the people served by Federation, both at home and abroad." Isn't Everbody?' Going on Boards "Isn't Everybody," a three-act musical comedy of life on Mars, will be presented at Beth Torah Congregation, on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 2 and 3. in the auditorium. Leading role of the American astronaut landing on the planet for the first time is being taken by Dr. Robert Willner. Featured with him are Mrs. Peter Rubel man, Mrs. Eli Crespi and Mrs Herbert Teitzer. Authors of the book, music and lyrics arc George Katzman. Israel Abrams and Jack Lavin. I>i rector of the production is Sidney Garson. Howard Ralb and Mrs. Stanley Mitchell created the choreography, and production supervisor is Adrian Kaufman. Pioneer Women Honor Couple Pioneer Women, Club 1, will honor Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kunin on the occasion of their 35th wedding anniversary at a dinner at the Victor Hotel on Sunday at 7 p.m. Entertainment and dancing will be by Lilly Bellar. President of the group is Mrs. Joseph Krantz. Funds realized will go to the Child Rescue Fund of Israel. Pioneer Women, Babe Idelson Club, honored Mrs. Isaac Offenhenden, president, at a luncheon on Wednesday at the Bel Airc Hotel. Entertainment was offered by Fannie and Michl Gibson, and Mrs. Esther Weinstein. Chairman of the afternoon was Mrs. Sarah Bobier. Beth David Ladies Will Celebrate Annual Beth David Day will be celebrated by the Sisterhood at the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Wednesday afternoon. Following luncheon at 11:30 a.m.. members will see a performance of "A Shot in the Dark." stalling Eva Gabor. Matinee chairman is Mrs Her man Alexander. President of the group is Mrs. Louis Seitlin. Hat! k van Chapter Plans Luncheon Mrs. Jacob Katz. president ol Ilatikvah Chapter of Mizracl : Women, has announced thai "petite luncheon" and card part will be sponsored by the grou rcxt Wednesday noon at KneSgi Israel Congregation. Chairman of the luncheon Mis .1 Weisberg, with Mesdames E. Ro^ch and A. Dlatl assisting as co-chairmen, and their committee of Mesdames S. Rudlcy. ./. Rosenstein and A. Blank. Mrs. J. Davis and Mrs. A. Si are in charge of the afternoon program and entertainment. Proceeds of the day will go t •• ward Mizrachi Women childrenprojects in Israel. Youngsters See Camp Films Over 600 youngsters, 5 to In. and their parents attended a Cam.) Ocala reunion at the home of camp directors Dr. and Mrs. The.) Struhl, 44 Star Island. "Purpose of the reunion," said Robert H. Wollman. a director of the camp, and of physical education at North Beach Eelementary, "was to show children that the cooperative spirit they learned at camp can carry over at home and %  chool." During the afternoon, films highlighting camp activities, including water skiing, horseback riding, swimming, boating ani archery were shown. Camp Ocala, a private co-educ: %  tional camp, serves kosher-style food and conducts Friday night services. Located in the Ocal* National Foiest at northern Flor Ida, it maintains local offices at 1451 No Bayshore Dr. Other local directors are Major Leonard Wollman, educator, and Ben and Frankie Miller, profess, ional camp operators. Rabbi Baumgard To be Speaker Second in a series of book reviews sponsored by Beth Am Sisterhood will be given on Mondayevening at 8:15 p.m. "FailSafe." by Eugene Burdick. will be reviewed by Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard. Mrs Edward Sharps is chairman of the booth to be set up by the Sisterhood during the bazaar to be held on Thursday. Jan. 31, in Dadeland Shopping Mall. AN INVITATION TO ALL SENIOR CITIZENS Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal Invite you to be a Silver Anniversary Volunteer Payment in satisfaction received from helping to better the lives of Jewish People at home and abroad. Help Us To Meet Greater Heeds With Greater Deeds. CALL FEDERATION VOLUNTEERS FR 3-0411, ext. 53 5 -s — • ... — .. 1 J il N I I'm so proud of him because he sells Red Cross shoes in a Nankin's Shoe Store. Every day he fits women just like me and am I hard to fit. (I wear an 8D). He always tells me how happy his customers are when they (MY SON THE SHOE MAN) put on a pair of shoes that not only feel good, but look good too. They have so many shoes at Nankin's Shoe Stores. My son is so polite. My friends always insist that he wait on them. He's very busy. Thlf hiMi ni inn* lion whnte\>r wltn The tmerlCAn X&tlawil Red C



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Foge 4-B fJWtf lUrktetr) Friday, January 25, 1953 Jesse Casselhod ehamnai '' Jesse'.' sgi Serbia efr chnki m Temple ;-.:=. S^ %  %  tc oe -e'.d Tuesday 21 *•''. %  • nm j Gc by Philip Re Dr. Narot Will Review Roth Novel Tuesday : • '. • .-1 be ; rest the tint of a >10 30 am.;-, a A ..-.:•. of the Temple. The series .-r%  eared by the Temple Israel Sisterhood. Dr Kent hat eheaea Philip Roth"? book. "Letting Go." as his subject for the first re vie* Temple tend Sisterhood members, Mrs. Lewis Serbia and MrJesse Casselhoff. are co-chairmen of the event. Mrs. Jesse Yolk is in charge of ticket?. Mr ; Herbert Levy, publicity; and Mrs. Sam Rabin, refreshments. Tickets may be obtained at the door or by cailisg the Temple oif.C-r. Israel Women Slofe Functions Mrs Sydney Weintraub. chairrr.an of Temple Israel Sisterhood's donor luncheon. :s holding a committee meeting on Monday noon at the Temple. Theme of the affair to be held Wednesday. Mar 2B, at the Doral Country" Club ;L Opera Matinee .'' Arturo diFilippi. director of the Opera Guild of Greater Miami, vill present exrepts from several cper .ring outstanding perform' Co-chairman of the luncheon is Mrs Howard I llman. Jr. and Mrs. Jerome Halpern sad Hn Jame? Rodenberg are in charge of reservations. f ILllH Ml Iff Attractive Senior On Beach Float Miss Eileen Nexer. a senior at Miami Beach High, represented her school in the recent Orange Bowl Parade. The attractive deb was one of the princesses riding with Miss l"SA on the Miami Beach Float. She is the daughter of Mr. and MrMax Nexer. of 730s) Buccaneer Ave Treasure Island. young Israel PTA Young I>rael PTA is sponsoring a Bagle-and Lex' night on Saturday at 8 30 p.m Chairmen are Mr end MrBen Delnick and Mr tad Mr? Seymour Weisman Anne Frank Chapter Meeting Regular monthly meeting of B'nai E nth Women. Ann Frank Chapter, was held on Tuesday noon at the Park Lane Cafeteria Mildred G. BHIin Cook c ing orncr %  HH 11 i If A j \r m 1 %  IB 11 • au%  %  on havI %  • rared in live m:: %  but for 1 do •?d. • %  %  pep... : the coolness I >matoes or a molded >alad based Berkowitz Takes Over Coronet Murray Berkowitz. Miami Beach hotel operator, has acquired control of the 180-room Coronet Hotel and has begun operation of the Coronet as a •luxury kosher hotel at moderate prices." Berkowitz. who operated the oceanfront Lorn bar dy Hotel as a kosher hostelry for the past two years, was associated with the management of the Coronet in 1958-99. when the Miami Beach landmark was renamed and began operation as a kosher hotel. With a complete synagogue and a resident mashgiach. the Coronet provides its guests with three meals a day under strict Dietarv Laws Berkowitz will personally supervise all activities at the hotel, now known as Berko*itz Coronet. A founder of the Mesivta High School in Miami Beach, he wa< one of the first trustees of Beth brad Congregation here. A resident of Florida for more than 13 years, Berkowitz began his hotel work at the Victor Hotel, which was %  wned by his father-in-law. the late Rabbi Joseph Waldman The family pioneered the operation of kosher hotels in Miami Beach. ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It is your protection against lmitations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Leek for the word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk er sliced... For real ta'am of Switzerland! Switzerland the %  1 %  he %  : r of the 1 hould f.rible. \ : • • To balof 3 cri-p art • ho et ii %  Chicken With Peppers 1 i..' : ft • r 1 .:p r-2 a ground 1-2 teaspoon 2 uUespoons vi ul 1 small onion, m:1 small clove of earlic. minced Juice of 1-2 lemon 14 cup water 1-16 teaspoon turmeric 2 green peppers, cut into -trips 2 cups hot. cooked rice Dry the chicken pieces thoroujhly with paper towels. Sprinkle with the ginger and salt Heat the oil in a large skillet, and add the chicken pieces, onion, and garlic Cook over medium heat until the chicken is well-browned on all sides. Lower the heat to simmer, cover the pan. and steam for 5 minutes Combine the lemon juice, water, and turmeric, and add. together with the peppers. Cover the pan again, and continue cooking until the chicken is tender, about 40 minutes. Place the rue on a deep platter, cover with the chicken and peppers, and spoon pirt of the gravy over them. Pass the remaining gravy separately This amount serve? 4. Chicken-Coconut Bake 2 cups cooked, diced chicken 2 tablespoons parve maryanne 2 tablespoons all purpose flour 1 cup chicken soup 1 egg. well beaten 14 teaspoon curry powder 2-3 cup grated coconut 1-3 cup fine, dry bread crumbs Salt and pepper to taste Cut the chicken into rather small Pieces In a small Mucepaa melt the margarine and stir in the flour Cook over medium heat until Hie mixture bubbles. Remove from the heat and gradually blend in the soup. Return to the heat and >tir until thickened Remove from the heat again, and stir slowly into the egg. Add the curry powder, 1-3 cup of coconut, the chicken, and salt and pepper to tatU tornbine the remaining coconut with the bread crumbs and %  prukle half over the bottom of a ihallow, well-greased one quart baking disk Fin with the chicken then sprinkle the rer.aaurVj^ 1 nut-crumb mixture over th Bake at 350 degs F ur.t.l hi 2i slightly browned, about Mm i-tes. This amount .. r\e s 4 to New! AJAX all purpose cleaner with ammoi j B'nai Sholom Fashion Show Fa-hions by Richards De| ment Store, and music an.i enter tainment by accordion^: l Blue, will highlight the annual • of Temple B'nai Sholom Sisterhood. The at; • U \ Coun 1 \u St e e e ••sat clem everything* from the floor up! • KOSHH MM CLEANS LIKE A WHITE TORNADO —the first all purpose cleaner good enough to be called Ajax! 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Friday. January 25. 1963 +Jp*Mi Ihrkitor) Page 5-B Ben-Gurion Group To Meet Here Farband. Bcn-Gurion Branch, Special feature of the evening illness. mer secretary of the branch, will be welcomed back after a long will hold its next regular meetwill be the observance of the 50th Lcaiara rurnioi. ~" "He a talk r.g on Wednesday evening at the %  ** %  anniversary of Mr and on ..^ j>h K(| ,„,. (t ,„ IK and Man Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave. Max Astor will preside. MrAbraham Fraidlin uel Burstein will welcome new Mr. Fraidlin, treasurer and for-i members Judge; Milton A. Friedman, chairmnn of General Solicitation tor the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal, is shown with division presidents of the National Council of Jewish Women at a meeting at Federation headquarters to plan their participation in the campaign. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Morris Futernick, Evening Division; Mrs. Marvin Zank, South Dade; Mis. Dan Wax, Islands; Mrs. Burton Goldberg, Shores; and Mrs. William I. Brenner, chairman of the day and vice president of administration. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Klein. Indian Croek; Mrs. Bernard Yesner. Coral; and Mrs. Miltcn Ratner. Lincoln Division. Mrs. Paulir.e Epstein, outgoing president, turns over the gavel to Mrs. Mae Smith, incoming president, at a recent installation of officers of the Senior Citizens Friendship Club of the Southwest YMKA. Newly-installed officers (left to right) are Isaiah Lebovitz. vice president; Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, treasurer; Mrs. Mae Smith, president; Efraim H. Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, who was installing officer; Mrs. Epstein; and Mrs. Lillian Brock, correspond::-.g secretary. Friendship Club Elects Officers New president of the Senior Citizens Friendship Club of the Southwest YMHA is Mrs. Mae Smth. Serving with her are Isaiah Lebovitz, vice president; Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, treasurer; and Mrs. Lillian Brock, corresponding secretary. Installation fficer was Efraim Lil. Gale, exec .live director of the 'Greater Miami Jewish Community Center. The Southwest "Y" is one lot the Center lour branches. Members ol 'tie executive boar.I Middle Age To be Topic First in a series of monthly cultural evenings sponsored by Ternj pic Zamora will be held on Tiics|day, 8.15 p.m.. in the social hall! Topic will be "Depression and radiological Disorders in Men 1 and Women ;r. Middle and Old %  Age." Panel members arc Dr. Burton Goldstein. resident psychiatrist and member of the staff of psychiatric. Research at Jackson Memlorial Hospital. Dr. Charles Beber, %  chief gerontologisl at (he-Greater |3iiami Jewish Home for the Aged; J and Dr Franklin Arnoff, staff p-> I chologist at Jackson Memorial |Jiospital. A question and answer period nil follow arc Mrs. Florence Rosenbaum. Mrs, Mary Schweitzer, Mrs. Gertrude Kapralik. Mrs. Rose Stillerman. Mrs. Pauline Kn.uk". Mrs. Pauline Epstein, Mrs. Lillian Brock, Mrs. Sarah Balber. Mrs Tillie Konigsberg, Mrs. Penny Hoscnfeld. Mrs. Mae Smith and Isaiah Lebovitz. Committee chairmen include Mrs. Fannie Hoscnfeld. sunshine; Mrs. Rose Stillerman and Mrs. Mary Schweitzer, refreshments; Mrs. Gertrude Kapralik. raffle; i Mrs. Pauline Kngle, transportation; Mrs. Sarah Balber, hostess; Mrs Pauline Epstein and Mrs. Florence Rosenbaum. telephone. Senior Citizens Friendship Club meets every Wednesday, 2 p.m., at the "Y." 7215 Coral Way. Men and women, 55 years of age and up are invited to take part in the program. 'Sporting Night Out' A "Sporting \iuht Out" at the Miami Jai-Alai Fronton is being ponsored by Temple Zamora on IVclnesday evening. In charge of %  served tickets are Mrs. Dorothy .reenberg. and Mrs. Oscar Smuk ler, donor chairmen. Birthday Party Slated for Home Next monthly birthday party for the Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged, will be held on Sunday. 2 p.m., at Douglas Gardens. Hosts for the afternoon will be Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pollack, in honor of their 5ist wedding anniversary. The program, arranged by Mrs. Louis Makovsky, chairman, will feature continental music by vielinisl Elmer Horosny, with accompaniment by Mrs. Olga Bibor Stern, and a group of folk songa by Mrs Ida Roller Marx. Guests makiiiL' their first visit to the Home will be taken on a tour of the grounds and buildings. Auxiliary president is Mrs. Lawrence Silvcrman 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 t *1 3,119 / % %  .. %  %  ; / /•> Xr '.-j<> r %  '< %  % %  ifi *: "V THE "SABBA TH COFFEE" for instant enjoyment every day! In 2 Oz., 6 Oz., and 10 Oz. jars. Get today's Instant Maxwell Houseflavor sealed in this distinctive new jar! CERTIFIED KOSHER-PARVE 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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rage S-B > Itmi c* fhrHinr Friday, January 25, 1953 ^^ o c iai it Continued from Page IB Mhuiman. developer of the plush iccanfroal Hampshire Tower-. -o itno ~ur that the Fields ire en>>\ins the sun that tJiises m their own apartment in the HI IT' -ent hou^uest of Mrlx>u:s Lulai Tinkler ;her sisiT, MrLoais Sax. and her -on. Paul, from Glen FalK NY The> "re celebrating Paul's etcrn irom mili'an left he ivenees Thank Heaven for Little Gifts" he theme sons at the Dr. Willam Klckman's these days since Jelcris haher niece. 5-year-old [trie] Alli-on. daughter of Mr .nd Mr< Mortal H Farber. ol •fanhattan, as house guest teigni ver the Wickman nar.M. .here (heretofore their 'wo ions ruled. Harley attends Scote Francais in Sew Vorfc ler daddy is an att o rn ey who man; popular enterainers, anuMisj them. Johnny • ho will he appearing at be Deauville this week m hile. Mark and G a r> \. i m an. who were home he winter holidayare now ft • \i rting :noment at the -urrrise birthday party given by •Ir and MrDavid Schneider or their son. Steven, at Westin* ke was the sight of the pon• 1 he and hi>ounc friends rode round the parking lot Happy news irom New York Dr Ltn and Koz Zilbert. No Bay iTHigr. they'll be grandparents or the firt time come August Daughter. Dianne. now Mrs. Murray Robin, will be here in lune to await the arrival of When Murray joins her • the end of the summer, the anil) will become permanent %  ne and liar. Heller ir. N Irk • kend to • I'JA South-South. b \i s2f savel \^i U rove Conference which Dan addressed on Sunday He's now been %  •fcad t -erve on the rewlyformed National Young Leadership Cabinet of CJA. • A visitor from Hartford. Conn.. I I 25 roara, Barney Wachtel was feted on hi.91st birthday anal vet ear] la -t week by Mr and Mrs LouiKatz. of the Belvedere Hotel Here with hi> daughter Mr.-. I. Steiglitz. Wachtel was a retail merchant for 53 years before retiring President of his .synagogue for 16 years, he is a member of the Hebrew Home for the Aged. B'nai B'rith. American Jewish I Bftes* anl American Jewish Committee. • A nil si %  surprise for Levan Lincoln. who was recently %  dug through the London Express to find a halt-column v on hibrother. Fredman Ash LJi c tin. Q.C.. founder of a plan to have Jewish voluntary workers take on the jobs in I pitaN throughout England during Christmas, so that those observing the -ea-on could go home tor the holidays A new Miami Beach resident. I-aiah M Adler. is having hifirst look at the place which will now be home for him Originally irom New York. Adler. a Hebrew and Torah scholar, spent mans years in Indianapolis, where he uahonored as 1962 Educator of the Year" Main attraction here is his sister. Mrs Edward Eikin. honorary' president of the Bikur Choiim Kosher Convalescent Home on CollmAve • • • Internationally-known educat or. philosopher, columnist and author. Dr. Jacob Samuel Li-t. will be at the Fontainebleau Hotel for the next two weeks to undertake a preliminary stud) of retarded children in Florida. f'ir future publication Delightful luncheon at the Clubhouse Restaurant given by her many friends in Hadaasah honored Mrs. Sheila Baron, whose marriage to Joseph Riger. of Binghamton NY., will take place very soon Showering the former president of the Albert Einstein Group with songs, giftard rhymed tributes were her mother, lira. Barney Goldstein, of Whiting. Ind.. and several members of the bridegroom's family, localites Mrs. Dining at Victor and Ann Bidone's De Continental RestauHarry Newman and Mrs. Marvin rant are Mrs. Paul Levinger. Max L. Grant. Trudy Crane. Hirsh. and Mrs. Minnie Riger of Mr. Levinger, of the Speidel Corp., of Providence. R.I.. Mrs. South Orange. N J. Bidone. and Mrs. Grant. Another future bride feted at a luncheon. Mi.-s Nancy Sonnett. daughter of Mr. and MrMurray Sonnett Given last Saturday at the home of Mrs. Stanlej Peak. 5240 No. Bay Rd.. cobostesses wen Mrs Sam Hirsch, Mrs Leonard Platt. Mrs. Seymour Silverman and MrGene Troop Guest list included. MrLeo Selkowitz. mother of the groom, and Mesdames Maxwell Weill. Herman Sumar. Ben Davidson. Sidney Poller. Ralph Hall. George Goddman. Melvin J. Richard. W. BUI Glick. L I Lubin. Lou Freeman. Joseph Goodstein. Sheldon Spector. Arthur Leibowitz. Howard Brooks. Robert Jackson, Leo Stein. Jack Ross. Tracy Auspitz. Claire Herzog. Sara Seigel. Stephen Pettier, Michael Weiss and the Misses June Albert and Martha Van Camp .After lunch, the group was entertained by Miss Lynn Peal, who is visiting her parents from New York, where she haappeared in a Broadway production. • • • Friends slad to hear MrAustin Burke in the pink auain at 2218 Alton Rd.. following a bout with surgery •'<' Miami Heart Institute Form Jewish Club At Lehigh Acres A Brat-time pattern >i brotherhood and interfaith is fast developing at Lehigh Acre-. Pla., through the leadership there of the Lehigh AcreJewish Community Clul> The club was formed last June b\ Lehigh Acres homeowners eager to perpetuate Jewish tradition Two husband-wife coupleare the clubs officers Presided and leeretarj are Mr. ad Mrs Louis C. Cantor, former New YorkerVice president and treasurer are Mr and MrMyers Moranz. formerly of Ohio and Indianapolis Chairman of the board of directors iDr. Andrew J. Leon, recently ol Miami Beach. Board members include Gerald H. Gould, pre-i dent ot Lee County Land and Title Co., and Arthur Kes-ler and Irving Herman, all former M To help the Jewish group mark the recent Chanuka festival, the Community Congregational Church in Lehigh Acres invited thi to hold Friday nighl si rvicea there Nearest tynago gregation Beth El in Port Myen 12 mileaway. The Jewish Community Club holdmeetings in the Lehigk Acres Country Club V Rabbi Schiff in Review •The Rothschilds." by Km:: Morton, will be reviewed bv Kali bi Solomon Schiff on Tuesday, l p.m.. for members of Beth E 1 Sisterhood. Mr-. Schiff 1hosesfor the afternoon. Have tttat Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion # You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for 0 wedding or a private potv! *L For Elegant Functions Complete Catering Facilities for that Special Party aarved in superb fashion within a luiurious setting that will reflect your good taste. CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEODINGS BANQUETS a MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a oala celebration with 3.300 sweats. New Book Adds To Biblical Lore "TemiTas Zion"—-the Fruit of Zion." written in Hebrew, is the title of the recently published book by Rabbi Ben Zion Root thai, spiritual leader of Congregation S h a a r e Torah An she Maariv. Chicago. Supervised Kosher Catering Available EAUVILLE FHONI: UN 5-8S11 it the Rabbi Rosen thai, a member of the Union Orthodox Rabbis. is in charge of the Kashruth deKABU MfJfMfffMI P^t ment of the Wiino Kosher Sausage Co.. of Chicago Recently returned from Israel. he visited Yeshivoth and institutions of learning and met with many of the Orthodox rabbis and scholars*, here. Accepted by rabbiand Talmudic scholars in the I'nited States ani Israel, his new book has been described as "an achievement in Biblicafand Taimudic research." ^ for Information: HAZEL ALLISON C.lrln a Olreclor, JE 1-6061 Mh St. Collins t. Friedland Named To Bank Board Samuel Friedland. beard chairmaa and founder of Food Fair Stores has been elected a director of the Industrial National Bank Of Miami, chairman Leonard Abess announced. • A No at the recent annual meet ing. all incumbent directorwere teelected. with the board being enlarged to 14 memberFrie llaod, a resident of Miami Beach, is also president of Food Fair Properties, Inc.. which includethe 163rd Street Shopping Center, among those it hadevel oped in the ea-tt r of the country OPEN FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY MIAMI'S NEWEST rtSttai H for DINING and DANCING (f\ r^atp^MTVl 6oli)eti ^ TA 1.10 1 F.H. 3leu m \ iaMiN 111 • T 0 v\VW/A &f aaterof N^|ui^< TMS eOLOCN KST TtlO ^^^.DINNIU FIOM U.ll 1 1 oriN re trl TNS rusue [rflQJ ip, X^TIjKV ON TMS TtAIL /|\ mm •• W • %  •*• f have a truly luxurious weddinq f. 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Friday, January 25. 1963 *Jkwisti ffuridHatfi Page 7-2 Jj i r i h J a z First child, a daughter for Ruth rid Howard Klein, 2062 Alton Rd. i Jizabcth Ann born Jan. 20. New lajther is regional director of the National Jewish. Hospital p f Pen ci Grandparents arc "1vir" u and' Plan CJA Rally For Schools Hero 'Annual rally of the Combined Jewish Appeal school campaign will he held on Sunday, Feb. to. ..t Beth David Congregation. The r;illy will feature the 2. r >th anniversary of the Greater Miami irwi-li Federation and the Festival of 'l'u B'Shevat. At ten a.m., th dleg*tes of all local Jewish schools will bt addressed by Marshall Harris, winner of this year's Federation Young Leadership Award, who will speak on the objectives and functions of local, national and overseas Jewish agencies supported by the Combined Jewish Appeal. The first session will be chaired by Jay Casselhof, president of the inter-school Keren Ami Council, with Shelly Perch, secretary, recording the session. The rally will break up into four buzz sessions at 11 a.m. Ronald Schon of Beth David will chair the first session on local agencies. Edward Pomerfntz, Israelite Center, will act as recorder. Melvyn B Knimkes. secretary of the Bu(.iii of Jewish Education, will act as consultant. For the second liu// session on lational agencies, Mitch Strumpf, ler-Granada, will acl as chairman. Ann Rabinowitz, Beth l ill. will be the recorder, and ICarml Schwartz, ol the Federa staff, will act as consultant in the third buzz session, Jill m, "i Beth Sholom, will !><• rhairman, Stephen Lapinsohn, JTtmple Zion, will be recorder, and I I'.e Zion Ginsburg, Bureau board lember, will act as consultant. The fourth buzz session will deal with organization and program of Keren Ami Council. Leonard Taylor, Beth Torah, wrll be chairman. Gary Lampert, Beth Am, will be recorder, and Louis Schwartzman, Bureau executive director, will be consultant. The committee of arrangements [for the workshop include Jay CasUelhoff, Leonard Taylor. Ronald kchon, Scott Samet. Michael Leone, Shelley Perch, Gary LamIpert. Ann Rabinowitz. Stephen ILapin.-ohn, Eddie Pomeranti, BMiteh Strumpf, Mark Pollack. pane} Goldberg, Jill Bloom, and %  Marsha Steiner The morning session will also inIclude entertainment by a national (celebrity. Mrs. Joseph L. Cohen, of Miami Beach, an I Mrs. Jennie Klein, who is here from Brooklyn to Greet her new granddaughter. A second son. DavTdTlan. born Jan. in In Frankfurt, Germany, to Mr. and Mrs. Jefald Edward iJudyi Bloom. Brother, Mark William, is 2 years old. Grand'arents arc Mr. and Mrs. Herman BJ M m, Surfaide, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robinson. El Portal, leral.l. a University of Miami graduate, formerlj taught physics and chemistrj at Hlaleah High, ard is now teaching ihe same subjects at the Frankiurl American High School in Frankfurt. Daughter, Janet Lauren, born in Kew Gardens, N.Y., to Mr. and Mrs. Rernard Shultz. New moth" r is the former Leila Eisenberg, daughter Of Mr, and. Mrs. Herman Eisenberg, 4421 Sheridan Ave. Kisenbergs have just returned from spending several weeks with Iheir new grandchild. Local grandchildren are Ronalee and Jeremj Eisenberg, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Eisen1 berg. • • • It was a baby boy. weighing in at 7'J lbs., on Wednesday morning at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for Jimmy and Henrietta Cordon, of Miami. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Jennie) Gordon, well known in social and com niuiial circles here. Academy Women Plan Breakfast A kickoff breakfast which will initiate the 15th annual journal of ihe Hebrew Academy is being planned bj Hebrew Academy Women. Miss Sue Berkow tz, chairman, announced that a committee has bt i n appointed Plans are also being made for Hebrew Academj Week, during which all members will participate in an intensive drive to make this year's book "a successful and outstanding one.'' she said. Delegates of the Council of Parent Teacher Assns. meet at the home of Ijflrs. Samuel Hirsch to plan the program for the annual workshops of the PTA Council. Subject this year will be "Adult Education for Your Child." Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, Mrs. Lawrence Scheer, Beth David; Mrs. Robert R. Frank. Mrs. Seymour L. Alterman and Mrs. Harold Siegel. Temple Emanu-F. Mrs. Louis Cohen, Temp'.e Ner Tamid; Mrs Samuel Hirsch (standing), Beth Sholom, pres ident; Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. Be'h Torah; and Mrs Irving A. Kushman, Temple Beth Sholorr "'orkshop will be Feb. 14 at Temple EmanuEl. Beach PTA Hears Judge Advocate Adm. William C. Mott, Judge Advocate of the United States I Navy and a member of the Amor lean Bar Assn. Standing Commit\ tee on Education against Communism. will be in Miami Beach On Wednesday to address the students and parents, at a general meeting of the Miami Reach Senioi High School PTA Meeting will start at 8 p.m., and will be hole in the school auditorium. 22\\\ Prairie A\e Topic of \


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Page 8-B VJemisk nuridliftn Friday, Janucy 25, WOMAN OF THE WEEK Do you remember those dolls thai came in all sizes with movable arms and legs? For the longest time, Helen Mrs Hyman) Kaplan's dad had a fifty dollar chock framed in his store It seemed un believable to him th.it his thirteen year-old daughter should make that much money for sets of doll clothes she had designed, made and sold to department stores Helen went to Simmons in Boston, then to Designers Art School, and later to Hilt. She was so cocky that she didnl realize how much she had to learn until she was working at her first job a* desiszer in the firm where she eventually became head designer. She met her husband. Hy. at a toboggan party in Lowrll. Mass., where she had been born and raised Anxious to make a good impression, her smile literally froze on her face, it was so cold. The Kaplans moved to Miami when their daughter, Anne, was two-and-a-half-years-old. Anna is now Mrs Howard Margoluis. with two children. Amy and Richard, and a third on the way. Phyllis, the second daughter, was horn in Miami. Their clothes, designed and made by their mother, were always the envy of their playmates and their mothers Helen immediately participated in all forms of community life, starting out With National Council of Jewish Women. She still found time for her hobbies Her love of gardening stemmed from her Girl Scouting and camp days. Presently. L is chairman of the Potted Plants <>f Cedars of l ebanon, a money-raising pn Ject Many are th( aw ards thai she has won for her Banyon Garden Club Hi r gar len, unusually terra on two levels, with orchids covering the ham is a fittir-.u setting for the tradi ives to show off the garden, bul he doesi I to be fair, he does rak< a few leaves For ten years Helen designed and manufactured the "Helen Kay Sun-Da) Best cl %  until il came to the point where she : had to i > • stopped Now >he does spot Jobs ike the thirty-0v( dre spring line "i children's sports clothes thai -he has just finished. The creative urge is behind everything Helen including her fabulous creative cooking. At cm.nits and theater, Helen sits quietly, her golden hands still, but her vivid excitement shows through her expressive, sparkling eyes She finds all that she beholds good. PARTIES GALORE Lots and lotof parties have been given for Isabelle Hecht, daughter of Florence and Izzy Hecht. whose marriage to Neal Amdur. son of Boa and Allen Amdur. will be consummated on .Ian. 27. Mrs. Chester Krone. Mrs Alfred Werblow and Mrs. Daniel Sepler started the social whirl with a kitchen shower at the Algiers Hotel Then there wai I yellow-and-white brunch at the Carl Sus.-kind home give by Willa Sue kind and Brenda Brody for the contemporary friends of the bride ha I prepared song books as favors, so a community ting the hit of thi i as working the crossword puzzle they as Chicago, Amdur, nu] childn n." Ai cl at the Algiers bj Mrs II I IK S tz, Jr. l' mtai: Philip i l %  r • %  %  TENNIS ANYONE? • • • • Judy ind Tom G H t -Kn sky arilyn and Harry Smith Manly n surprised Tom by • oi the secret lean na paid olf. Inez took her raci it makes [or beautii pshots. The weather was ideal i amians there we e Leila and Alan Marcus. Dr. Clay Fin< and • Gail Susan and Sam Smith, and the Eli Pietracks • • NEW YEARS EVE AT WES1VIEW COUNTRY CLUB Fir-! cocktl twelve, then a New YearKve buffet supper ior 200 served next, bul who could eal W w tn New Year's horns and merrymakers mcj menus, tmong guests were Betty .. %  i t l.eo Schwarti %  e \ Nadlers Milliceril and Herbert Trnobum. !: and Howell Kase, Phyllis and Han;. Frohman, Hollie and Dan km, Jackie Cd Richard Haft Israel Investors In Meeting Here Goodman, Stern To Wed in May Mr. ami MrJoseph 1 Goodman. 6865 Byron Ave.. announce the engagement ol their daughter, Gail Sus in, to Stanley Stern, son of Mr and firs Jack Stern, Ni V ik City. Now on the stait oi Haydcn Publishing Co in Neu York City, the luture bride is a graduate ol Mi ami Beach High • d the Uni i I in eh mi ntarj n S e attended the 1 niversit; ol Alabama, where a member n! Sigma Delta Tan Sorority The bridegroom-to-be ha uate of William Howard Talt H City College Of New York, and Columbia Law School. He ia member of the Bar of the Slate Oi' New York, and is currently practicing with the National Labor Relations Board. Grandparents of the bride elect are Mr. and Mrs. Max Goodman and John Benjamin and the -late Mrs Benjamin. A Miami Beach wedding on May 12 is being planned. %  I Harry Frankel. ol New York ( .ty, an officer arid director of Israel Investors Corn spoke to a meeting of lie stockholders last week at the Algiers Hotel Frankel, national vice president Tifereth Israel Card Party Regular bi-monthly Tifereth Israel Sisterhood card party was held on Wednesday 8:30 p.m.. in the social hall. the American Committee for ihe Weizmann Institute of Science, and I top leader in the United Jewish Appeal ^r.i State of Israel Bonds, attended a board meeting of I.IC in New York la-t week end. He is wintering in Bay Harbor Islands with his wife. The two Greater Miami members of the I.IC. national board. Maurice Revitz and Jack S. Popick. were cochairmen of Wednesdays meeting. miSS SIMA STAHL MISS CAR GOODMAN Stahl, Goodman Eye March Rites Miss Sima Dove stahl and Jerome Flam Goodman have chosen Mar. 31 as their wedding date Parents of the engaged coupleare Mr. and Mrs (.has K Stahl. 5161 SW IIh St.. and Mr and MrMorris I. Goodman. 1015 Shore Ln.. Normandy Iain. The bride-to-be is presently employed as a medical assistant Her fiance is a local business man Nuptials will take place al I Algiers Hotel Simon, Lyons Plan Tor Summer \ summer wt d ing iplai bj Miss Patricia l i Richard Ward Lyons Mr and Mrs. Herbert S % %  Ave i • ol thi • A al the i niversity of Miami, the future bridi Si i Hi and i (tended the Universitj of i is a member ol Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority Her fiance ithe son oi Mr and Mrs Herbert Lyons, of Miami \ graduate of Northwestern University and the Universitj of Miami School oi Law. he iI member ol Phi Alpha Delta, l< gal fraternity. Hollywood Head Renowned Rabbi Dr. Joseph Sh ral Congregation B'na he ton for the past 2 ue-t speaker al t Hie Bro trict on Monda) i RaW ; k % %  I ii sident of the The. meeting, • lit nvited I l Temp M" Hi I %  Dr Sh ibovi is •rd I oivi he hoi a Bat hi \ : il Arts, and trees in He ialso a ::• i.-h Institute he studied under t< %  ;,, „ s n, S) He has also SOT I : r tl is| 2ti years as chap.. ., Roxbury Veteran'< :-i -pit.,! u,. ia recipient of I %  Broi .-.star in World War II. 1 war. he remains several months. wben hi with Jewish DP's MISS PATRICIA SIMON Young Executives to Meet i li ration President s id r e j ourl will be an informal speak er at the second cocktail party tor i ci lives in the community CO spon I Mar-hall S ind Sam Lubj Jr on be oi the 1983 Combined Jewish Appeal, The party will take .' the home oi Hani-. 7751 SIR 78th Cl next Wednesdaj evenFishmans Tell Susan's Betrothal Mr and Mrs Max Fishn ; %  .'. 6th A e the nf thi hter, il \ • '. o; I II High .. Mia .. '. Pa ents ol the pii spectne br re Mi i •• rnard Plotkin, 1801 Sw 17th u r The 1 couple planto be marrii I on \pi Tifereth Israei Sisterhood ilar Tifereth Israel Sister i meetin hi I pan., in the social hall. %  i %  MISS IINDA STUUNIN Linda Strunin, Student Engaged The i a agemi 11 Strunin. daughter Strunin. 2807 Sw r< r the late Jay Strut to A Pasternak has I•• the bi ide eleel A r idu ite '•' H futun t nivertt) i I ing hi versit: Mi in menl ler %  i l School H the Mas the Shrir.ei M Beth Imeth For \ Dinnc Beth Bmetfa t, rhood will havi C i dinner Sun ;• rn at the COI NU 2nd Ave. ( Rub} R Rabbi 3erl Aronovitz EMERITUS FACULTY HEBREW THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE Of CHICAGO Rep-esenimg the College 920 Meridian Ave. Miami Beech Ph. 532-1319 A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. PR 9-1401



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Friday, January 25, 1963 ^Jewlsti Fk)ridlii&n Page 9-B yours, v.. %  RATIONAL Children's Cardiac '^ Hospital held impressive dedication ceremonies Sunday afternoon, which signalled the moving of the hospital into its new home in the Metropolitan Miami Medical Center. Among local chapter presidents who presented a station wagon to the hospital were Mrs. Nat Friedman, of the Miami Beach Chapter, and Mrs. Mac Rebel, of North Dade. who both chpsc pink moygashel linen sheaths for the ; fternoon. Mrs. Friedman's dress was trimmed in a matching colored satin banding around the high rounded neckline, and her skirt featured asymetrically cut -light stand-away pockets. An inside panel of white lace was Inserted down the front of Mrs. Reisel'a dress, and her neckline imbined a bateau line with a modified scoop. Mrs Burl Toppan, president of Flamingo Chapter, selected an hell 'k shantung sleeveli --heath with a high scooped neck .I'd a narrow. rolled, sell fabric %  !'.. !e Chap V .i bael I-eld,nan wore %  ii lesc i gold paislej printed shift. Mrs, Charl s Held, Jr., ol a twocanai y >< 'I' w, with the .-I.-ii I tUng > verblouse and ,-!n ath skirt Miami B ach Chap ter President Mrs. Michael Blank wore a peacock blue silk shan-luath with a white cardibpuclc jacket printed in <>\crsize blue floral• • • %  ulANY guests from the New %  York Chapter were also at the dedication ceremonies. Cum fortabty dressed f-ir the warm Florida sun was Mrs. Louis E. Ken.hold, president <>t the Mary Richter League of New York. ipp She had just arrived in town from Mexico, where she bought Me unusual jersey print shift she was wearing. Blues, greens and gol !> were accented in black, and blended into a unique abstract design, other Gotham visitors Were Mrs. Ceil Roman, who wore a turquoise sheath; Miss Sara Appel. who topped her blue linen sheath with a capelette bolero; Mrs. Ralph Lcvlne, who chose a basket weave linen ensemble of a coat in black and white geometric design over a black sheath; and Mrs. Barbara Adler. whose oriental-designed print of muted shades of lavendars and blues came from llonu Kong Mrs. Norman Emitter's sandcolored silk was an unusual interpretation ot tile shirtwaist -heath. Narrow inserts of lace alternated vertically with the silk. Beige was the choice of Mrs. Doran Zinner, whose short Sleeves featured -mall self fabric ties MrHenry Jacobson's petal pink moj gashel l:: en shi a !•. had .i i collar CHEER grey wool was irn by "* bj Mrs. Eli Timover Her e Ik bloui e had a high cir%  r ruffled collar, and a cape jacket %  .i"\ r her shi ith -kin. Mrs. Jan Jaci bs chose black i ilk < i epe wil Ii .i laticed bodice, Mrs. Jacobs is now retired, but she has -erved as director of the hospital since its inception. General chairman of the Dedication Bafl is Joseph A. Garficld. and for the ceremonies Sunday, Mrs. (larfield chose a sand beigecoli red silk and wool boude suit. Her bodice was of softlj draped sdk chiffon, and her matching fabric hat was 11 I ^Ii crowned and deep brimmed Students of fourth grade who will participate Linda Ehrlich, Terri Marcus, and Susan in groundcreaking celebration cf Temple Beth Radcear. Looking on (rear) is Mr. Bernhardt Shirah are (left to right) Donna Levine, HenriChesman. etta Goldman. Andrea Pollack,,Lauren Baros, Beth Shirah Maps Weekend Fete For Dedication Some 200 boys and girls will participate in the groundbreaking ceremonies tor the first unit ol Temple Beth Shirah on lour acres of land at 120th St. and 77th Ave. Honored guests will be Dr. Ira Eisenstein, director of the Reconstruct ionist Foundation, and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth Sholom. Rabbi Mortis A. Skop and CanI tor Herman K. Gottlieb will direct I the program to begin with special ceremonies in the Palmetto SenMrs. Alexander Kogan, life membership chairman of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood, pins Mr--. Murry Koietzky, youngest life member, at a recent tea and meeting at the Eden Roc Pompeii Room, honoring all life members. Looking on (left to right) are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood president; Dr. Irving Lehrman, the Temple's spiritual leader; and Mrs. Joseph Rose, first life membership chairman. ior High at 2 p.m., Feb. 17. Souvenir golden shovels will be presented to those participating ii, the "Ground Blessing." Leon Roth, chairman of the advisory council, will introduce Architect Seymour Drexler, who will present the plans for the social hall and classrooms of the first unit. Mrs. Jack Somberg, Sisterhood chairman, and Buddy Yagoda, Brotherhood chairman, will bring report or> contributions made to the building fund. Temple Beth Shirah was orga' ized by Rabbi Skop and Cantor Gottlieb on July 9, 1961. Two-bund families are now on the niemi,, r ship roster, and will attend ': in I Blessing" banquet Sat unlay. Feb. 16. Dr. Ira Eisenstein, editor of "Reeonstructionist Magazine," anther ot Freedom and l reativt Judaism." will preach at the Sub bath service on Friday. Feb. in Suniland Hall. Golden Agers Elect Officers Newly-elected officers of the Golden Age Friendship Club of the Miami YMHA were recently installed at a candlelight ceremony cen noniea Tuesday, 10:30 a.m ii h by Efraim ll Gal .:>.,.. ty Auditoi urn Utive dire; tor ot the Greater i., imi Jew ish Community Officers set vii the < mnj lent. A < "i the pin; t rst vice presid" '. S im r econd vice president, Mrs „_ ,,, Mrs ,, h|lip Ftta Qxnu ; i 'du e< retary, .... „ Samuel S ipondtag ". Crystal House, on Saturday secretary-, Mrs. David Braun; Mrs Sanford Jacobson conducted treasurer, Jacob Goodfriend; fithe Bible study Mrs. Fred Jonas ial secretary, Alexander Yas1S pivsl( i,. n; am j Mrs \ a Bern-ord Foundation Exec Slated Henry T. Heald, president of the Ford Foundation since i;'">t>. will \ e the commencement address ;,t University of Miami mid-year Or.eg Shabkct Saturday AUTHORIZED DEALER 2$&0 Quality HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Service All Makes Botteriti — Moldi Newly-elected officers of the Miami YMHA Golden Age Friendship Ctub are cleft to right) Sam Deel, Mrs. Etta Oxman, Mrs. Saiah Craun, Alexander Yasen. Second row (left to right) are Samuel Sherman. Jacob Goodfriend, Efraim H. Gale, ins'.aliir.g officer, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, and Abraham B^irin, club president. Folk School Oneg Friday en; and social secretary, Mrs Frieda Grecke. The group is open to men and women 55 year.of age and older Meetings are held each Sunday, 2:30 p.m.. at 450 SW 16th Ave. STANLEY GOULD 1238 Lincoln Road (At Alton Rd.l Tests—Trodes—Trials—Term* __ Phone JE 1-7918 — MARIA MARCY Coach of /entile Grossineer, Eir'l Cohen, Joey foreman Announces Unusual Classes For Man and Women to Introduce Her Special Technique Which Guarantees Rapid Development in PUBLIC SPEAKING EOR FURTHER INFORMATION Call t.'jn.in.Ti UN 5-5912 stein ivice president ol education. To Install New Rabbi Rabbi Hymen Gross, new spiritual leader of Temple TU'ercth Jacob, will be installed at the Temple on Sunday, Fefa at 7:30 p.m. Give yourself a lift DON'T BE EMBARRASSED BY UNWANTCD HAIR The safest, proven, permanent pioccss to rid oneself of superfluous ha I E'cclrolysis. 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Page 10-B *Je*ist fUridiain Friday. January 25. 1363 Old Antagonisms Outdated, AJCom. Exec Says was .sponsored by the iTiterroligious Affair^ Committee, chained by Nathan B. Rood, vie* president 500 wfw mmstRS BB Lodges Plan Mass Initiation s wth Florida C tuncil oi B B'rith Lddges will hold its tilth annual mass initiation on Feb. 26: at the Deauvllle Hotel. Some 5(H) new members from lodges in Greater Miami. Hollywood, and Ft Lau erdale will be initiated by a B'nai B'rith team with Nathaniel Glickman in charge. Recogniton of 63 pst presidents, who will be presented with certificates of honor, is also scheduled as part of the event. Guest speaker will be Dr. William A. Wexler, national chairman of the membership committee, and members of the international cabinet of B'nai B'rith. Chairman of the event is Jack Wilson. Maurice Finegold i> cochairman. Charles Seiavitch is president of the Florida State m KLJ Ir-^eafl IK •> <"a B ^aH ^B m 1 i DAVID DANZIG Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges. Eward A. Stern is president of f ,hc South Florida Council. Greater Miami Chapter of the American Jewish Committee heard David Danzig, national program director of the CommiUcev tartilute of Human Relations in New York, explore -.IcvMsh Christian Relations in a Post-Western Bra" at the Everglades Hotel, Tuesday In his remarks here Tuesday, Danzig said that "the power conflicts to ay are of -uch magnitude that large blocks of nations have supplanted the basic national anil gonisms ol past generations The Common Market, the Afro Asian block, the French community, the British Commonwealth. the Atlantic community, represent the new constellations of power." Danzig suggested that the principle of unity around which these nations may organize "can be no other than that of pluralism." Only on the grounds of equality of large and smalt nations—the acceptance of equality of diversity of race, religion and nationality—can true unity be achieved, he declared. "The distribution of power Also assisting in plans for the throughout the world has brought Feb. 26 event is Joseph (ionnto the West a new awareness of stein, president, Hatikvah Lodge. v ^ 7 Golf and Tennis In Doral News Dick Shawn, famous comedian, is the first celebrity to sign up to play in the Doral Pro-Celchnt> Tournament to be held Mar 20. The Pro-Celebrity is run one daj prior to the start of the $50.000 Doral Invitational, which is again slated to attract a top pro in Id, including -\rnie I' a i m e r Gar) Player, Jack Nicklaus and last year's Doral winner Billy Casper. Martin Levine, general mar 01 Doral Hotel an.I Country Club. has announced the appointment c • \M Hendrix as Tennis Pro at the plush Miami resort. Hendrix, who at one time was ti nth ranked among the country's amateurs, recently reined as ten: icoach of the i'.s. Naval Academy after a tenure of 20 years its minority position The previous expectation that the non-Western nations would be ushered into the uodeai %  aerld under the domi nance of the more advanced na tions "i the West is clearlj unreal istic Warning that "the white man I r ciu e in his < %  i" of Ihe luture the pi lure ol him ell as a minority.*' he added that chu-anity, primaril) a rel gion i I the white man. inu t right!} so r ird itsell And. there are clear indi cations th il Christian Mai smei today do recognise this fact, and one rinds among Christians. Catholics particularly, % %  growing rec ognition <>t de facto pluralism as characteristic of the world as a whole, and the United States in particular." 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f. January 25, 1963 SCOPE by ALAN SHECTER MARTY lUKHNICK ipril to Lecture lecturer at Temple Ner d'ii' education forum on evening will be Rabbi ftpnl spiritual leader of ,i %  u i KING ARTHUR'S COURT The KING STRINGS %  INER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS 9 DNr Run • TU 8-4521 AIT 8RUNS. Co-Owner nMiaiuliM KALIAN CUISIHE mm YEAR ROUND [ COCKTAILS Htono FR 9-3898 13W N.W. 7th Ave. lct. 1939 Hw Chat. J. VoUnti|*Jo... Chas. Reynard +Jewish fiarkti^m Page 11-B [Vid Kraslow continues to lews and make news as gton correspondent for I MM spapers and The Mieralii. Da\e was in town about th ajo. he expressed conthb column over the d*>tioc of inaccurate and inte news from the nation's Since then, Dave has further contributions to ism through two related merits. American Society of News. Editors has filed a report ernment manipulation of MWS at the height of the Cuban crisis. In this report. Kraslow is credited with citing the following example of deliberate deception aiid manipulation of news. "On Oct. 19. (the Defense Department i denied knowledge of the existence of Cuban missile bases. Yet Defense Secretary Robert S. MeNamara said later that he had 'heard intelligence' on the suuject oy Oct. 15." According to Krasiow's report. "There is substantial reason to believe that other mistatements Were made on the day preceding Mr. Kennedy's speech to the nation Oct. 22." Since then, the ace Miami reporter has worked tirelessly to develop a factual accounting of news relating to Cuba. Last Monday in a front page Herald story. Kraslow reported on his exclusive interview with Attorney General Robert Kennedy. The subject of the interview was the unsuccessful Bay of Pigs invasion in April, 1961, in which Attorney General KenneJy played a major role. One fact brought out in Kraslow's interview with the AttorneyGeneral was that ''there was never any plan to have U.S. Air Cover" during the invasion. Several national publications have reported that the VS. reneged on a promise of air cover. Kennedy stated no such promise was ever given, and Kennedy ought to know. Kraslow continues his digging for the truth. Simultaneously, he is earning a reputation for being a factual Washington correspondent, perhaps the highest compliment a reporter can garner in the nation's capital. Also in View Another Herald staffer who has built an impressive reputation is Photographer Ray Fisher. When shooting iilm tor the Herald. Ray says he tries to "capture what is happening in the most honest and dramatic way possible." Ray is an alumnus ot Miami Beach Senior High School and the University of Miami, where he edited one of the school publications. His photograph ot Princess Margaret in Jamaica last year was published throughout the world. In the Sports Department of the Herald. 25 year-old Ken Finkel serves as both a writer and "page make-up" man. Ken likes working on The Herald's sports pages because his paper shares hi.s own enthusiasm for good "make-up." Frank Blumenfield. a Herald veteran ol ten yean, edits stories and writes headlines at the Herald's Copy Desk. In addition to writing occasional book reviews, Frank also is charged with part of the responsibility for assuring that no libelous statements are published. On the Herald's City Desk. Stuart Auerbach reports the local news and particularly enjoys political writing in depth. Stu is a graduate of Williams College, where he studied Political Science. Many people think StU bears a startling resemblance to White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger. Florida Bar Will Feature Course A two-day short course on "Civil Practice Before Trial'" will be presented by the Florida Bar in Miami on the evenings of Jan". 30, Feb. 0. and Feb. 13. The le-al learning sessions will lx held at the McAllister Hotel, according to an announcement by Harry Zukernick. Miami Beach, who Is in charge of local arrangement for the short course. The seminar is one of a statewide series in a new program of post-graduate legal education sponsored by the Florida Bar. Lawyers enrolling for the course will hear lectures by a panel of noted legal authorities on pre-trial procedures and pleadings. Past Presidents luncheon Past presidents and fashion show will be held on Tuesday at the new Holiday Inn, So. Dixie Hwy., for members ol B'nai B'nth Women of Miami. Visit to Israel Reported Here Barrett N. Rothenberg gave a report on his recent visit to Israel to Temple Tifereth Jacob Sisterhood members Wednesday evening. Slides of the new city of Me Ami were shown, followed by Israeli music and dancing. Chairman was Mrs. Bernard Furman. Mrs. Samuel Seidle is Sisterhood president. 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Page 12-B vJewisli Fkrktian Friday. January 25, 1963 flt-ll 1000 Expected at Cardiac Ball Here; Tony Martin to Lead Stellar Program A record attendance of more 1lian 1.000 persons is expected to j'ttend Saturday night's Dedication Ball of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital, general chairman Joseph A. Garfield said this Meek. The gala, SlOOa-couple function is scheduled for the Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau Hotel at 8 p.m. BERNARD MANDLER Blue Laws Will Be Viewed Here "Sunday Blue Laws'' will be the theme of a meeting of the American Jewish Congress. Metropolitan Chapter, on Saturday evening in the Biscayne Room of the McAllister Hotel. Bernard S. Mandler. president pro-tem, will conduct the meeting. Guests will include Mrs. Betty Weir Alderson, national director of the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, who will bring greetings from the national office. Discussants of the "Sunday Blue Laws'' theme will include Pastor Harold E. Fagal, of the Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church; David Hume, president, Greater Miami Council of Churches; and Mandler. who is also chairman of the Southeast Region Commission •n Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress. A question and answer period A ill follow the discussion. Harold Kramer. regional director of VICongress here, will introduce Mrs. Alderson. TETLEY TEA Tony Martin, internationallyknown star, headlines the enter tainment program. Cocktails at 7 p.m. will precede the dinner, with George Coury associate chairman and Lee Ratner honorary chairman ol the ball; Garficld, a vice president of Nat'onal Cliiidien's Cardiac, alss serves on (he bC3rt' of gsvenors of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, end has p.'ayed a major role in the es?ab!i:hrnsnt of the AAe.'ro-polifan Miami Medical Center. Highlight of the ball will be the second annual coronation of the King and Queen of the Land of Blending Hearts. Jt. Williams Apte, hospital vice president, and Mrs. Leo Robinson will yield their thrones, but the identities of thensuccessors will not be revealed until the actual crowning. Another presentation of awards trill be the naming of Lord and Lardy Cardiac. Leo Robinson and Mrs. Dolly Reiner will step down from those titles, symbolizing outstanding work for the 26-yearj old hospital which never sends a needy patient a bill. Dean Murphy, host of the Fonfainebleau's Gigi Room, will serve as master of ceremonies. Art Freeman and his orchestra will supply dance music. A special feature of the evening will be the presentation of prizes, headed by a trip to Rome I via Alitalia Airlines for two, and a week's stay at the Hotel Du Golf. Divones les Bains in France. Gifts from Revlon w ill be distributed. Vice chairmen of the ball, named by Garfield, include George Okeil, awards; Mrs. Sol Goldberg, chapter liaison; Leo Robinson, tickets; and Robert Rubinstein, arrangements. Robinson is president, and Richard It Berenson, chairman of the board of the hospital. Women's co-chairmen are Mrs. Lee Ratner. Mrs. i George Coury and Mrs. Joseph A. Garfield. Other members of the committee include Mrs. Dolly Reiner, Dave Emmer, Nat Waldman, R. Williams Apte, Lou Poller, Richard I. Berenson, Mrs. Sheldon Spector, William Rafkind, Milton Komito. Saul Schulman, Henry Dreyfus. Eii Timoner, Maurice C. Colin, Louis Pokress. Stanley Tate. Mortimer Feldman, Robert L. Turchin, Dr. Louis G. Lytton, Joseph Arkin, Joseph II. Gardner, Judge Milton A. Friedman, Sally Frankel, Mrs. Leslie Fairmont, Mrs. Jacques Assael and Dr. Milton Saslaw. National Children's Cardiac hospital's new nine-passenger Chevrolet bus gets an inspection sticker as the final touch before being presented at dedication ceremonies of the hospital's new building Sunday. The bus was bought with 1,095 books of Merchants Green Stamps collected by seven local and four New York women's chapters. Ten extra books were used to pay for the license plates, but hospital secretary Robert Rubinstein (at wheel) had to dig down for 75 cents — in coin, not stamps — to pay for the inspection sticker. Mrs. Sol Goldberg, chairman of hospital services, pastes on the sticker with an assist from City of Miami auto examiner Aracelio Rossello. Children's Cardiac Hospital Moves Into New $1,800,000 Metro Center Site Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson, dean of the University of Miami School of Medicine, told a large gathering Sunday that "the National Children's Cardiac Hospital is one of those truly distinguished institutions creating here in Miami what I believe surely is destined to be one of the great medical centers of the Western world." Dr. Nicholson spoke at dedication ceremonies of the hospital's new $1,800,000 home adjacent to Jackson Memorial Hospital and the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute. Gov. Farris Bryant, in a letter to Judge Milton A. Friedman, chairman of Sunday's dedication event, said that "the National Children's Cardiac Hospital is to be congratulated in its move to its new home, where It will greatly increase its contri-• butins of mer l: cal care and research for young patients with heart disease." Congratulatory messages also came from James M. Albert, of Miami Beach, president of the Papanicolaou Institute; and Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board, and Samuel T. Sapiro. president. Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. Ribbon-cuttung ceremonies were handled Sunday by Judge Fried man; Leo Robinson, president of the hospital; Richard I. Berenson, chariman ot the board; Miami Mayor Robert King High, and Joe Boyd, chairman of the Metro Commission. Beach Student Elected to PhiBK One of 13 seniors, the top 2 percent of Columbia's senior class. Gary Shapiro has been elected to membership in the university's college chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, national honor fraternity. Son of Mrs. Florence Shapiro. 9;"i25 Byron Ave.. Gary is a 1959 alumnus of Miami Beach High. Holder of a National Merit Scholarship at Columbia, he planto continue his studies in philosophy following his graduation in June. Florida Youth In Conclave Here This Weekend TinFriday, Saturday and Suni By the Florida State Federation of Temple Youth conclave will take place al Temple Beth Am, \ Kendall Dr Temple Youth Groups from "all a will participate, and 200 are expected Theme <>i the conclave "ill be "Judaism %  Futun i (urlook ol Youth Study sessions will be held Saturday afternoon in three groups, with Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, of Beth Am, Rabbi Joseph Levine, of Beth El, Ft. P ; erce, and Rabbi Daniel Lowy, of Temple Sinai, No. Miami, each conducting a session. The assembly "ill begin with Friday evening services at Beth Am. Jell Rosenberg, president of the Southeastern Federation of Temple Youth in the State of Florida, will welcome the group. The service will IKfollowed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Revitz, 12020 SW 63rd Ave. Larry Glickman. president of the local Beth Am group, will conduct an original service on Saturday, 10 a.m.. assisted by memberof the Beth Am group. On Saturday evening, thegroup will attend a banquet at the Holiday Inn Motel of Coral Gables, followed by dancing and entertainment. Sylvan Hoffman, youth advisor of Temple Beth Am, anticipates that the Florida convention will be one of the largest ever held. The d.'legatewill leave on Sun day morning, after brunch at the Temple. Richard Abel, vice president of the Beth Am Youtb^, Group, is general coordinator of housing and transportation Assistant chairmen are Judy Erstling, Lois Lipman. Jan Kantor. Marcie Orovitz. Merrie Bloeker. Russell Blank. Byron Jason. Ron Liebernian and Sherric Block. 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January 25. 1963 fJewisti Hcrtdliain Page 13-B The Courie h \jcrcxU Sck wctrtz %  W-Mri :. T Y'c. '' : in,;, u K;i Hotel next tveek v.ill be Drs. Arthurfer, jack Sto.zenberg, Wynne A. Steinsnyder and Wil.iam TannenBeach contractor Robert L. Turchin i 8 the now president of the p> Florid* banter of the Associated General ContoactoSof Amer inc. He a also director of Chase Federal Savings and i;„ New director of tin spa of the Dora! Beach Hotel is B.rC who abo direct he athletic program ( the Dorai Hote and ntr> Club. He formerly helped sel up State of Israel's boring and befense climes for the En-aeU Army Bill Arthur, mTnagtag "n, p"n, pf i /,n< '' M r k '''" W( Mi;i ^' s A(l Club awards dinne* DuPont Plaza Lee Ruw.tch, executive veep of WTVJ, has ippointed to the public relations committee of U,o National lnItc of Crime and Delinquency. Organization meeta, Americana • • • i '" f M f pital '" Miami Beach "'" be on the ..1 the old Mt. Sinai Hospital on So. Alton i;,i. I'riiat battle for Miami Beach to achieve the national Democratic ention got underwaj months ago ..1 the suggestion of Sophia Engstate committeewoman from Dado. Husband Mai, vice mayor Beach, accompanied her to Washington at his own expc.w headed the city's delegation, but it still looks as if taw wdl get the nod for the JFK rcnomination. Col. Jacob Arvey k in .Miami Beach, cant lose if either city is chosen, but his national Imittec role from Illinois dictates his public support. lYeshiva University planning salute to Dr. Samuel Belkin on the Jtjcir tt 10th St.. will host the Ki I dush in the Bar Mitzvah's honor follow the morning ceremony. Richard Rice Temple Zion will be the site of the Sar Mitzvah oi Richard Rice on Saturday afternoon, Jan. with Rabbi Allied Waxman offic The celebrant is the son of Mr and Mrs, Robert Hue and grand son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rossen and Mr. and Mr-. Edward Starr A seventh grade Student at Riviera Junior High. Richard plans to continue his studies in the Temple's confirmation class. Shales Seudos will be hosted bj the Bar Mitzvah's parent-. Harold Baskin R ibl i Morris A. Skop H ill ficate at the Bar Mitzvah of Har old Baskin during services Sat morning. Jan. 26. at Te:: Beth Shiran. Harold is an eighth grade student at Palmetto Junior High. Mr. and Mrs Sol Baskin, 6820 S\\ 129th Ter.. will host the Kiddush in their son's honor. If you like KREPLACH You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by famed Chef Boy-Ar-Dee. Tender little macaroni pies...filled with tangy Italian Cheese...simmered with savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and easier than the frozen kind. So much thriftier, too—costs only •bout 15c per sorvingl Holland Honey Cake' IS BELiCtOUS! AFTER YOU HAVE EATEN IT ONCE, YOU WILL AGREE! BUT DID YOU KNOW THAT THIS DELICIOUS HEALTH FOOD TREAT IS MADE WITHOUT FAT AND THAT THE ONLY SWEETENING USED IS HONEY? RYE FLOUR IS THE ONLY FLOUR USED. ASK FOR IT IN YOUR HtALTH FOOD STORE, CHAIN-STORE, OR WAICREEN'S ANYWHERE. Nationally Distributed In Miami Distributed by Cochron's. P.S. Only 48 Callories to a Slice, '2 inch thick.



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Page 14-B Jewish ftcrldHan ..: %  % %  %  ::.:-'.'.;..' m : Pearly Gait by Hal Pearl HIT! M %  "' HOTEL LOBBYING: Cafe Pompeii at the Eden Roc reopens Tues-; day for the remainder of the winter season. Alan King, no stranger to these parts, and always warmly welcomed, heads the Pompeii "opener." The glib comedy star is supported by the brotner-andsister team of Toni and Jan Arden. They're a versatile and highly talented musical duo. with song presentations that are really different. Rounding out the Pompeii program are the smooth dancers. Raye and Roman. Harry's American Bar. at the Eden Roc, is really rocking these nights, due to the exciting song-and-music presentations, of co-stars Renee Renor and Jack Costanzo. and their band. Renee, a sultry and slim brunette, is perpetual motion every minute she's on stage. Her hands, fingers and lissome figure are all rhythm as she sings and dances with Costanzo. who gives her a chance to catch her breath by beating out some real-gone bongo solos. The Deauville Casanova Room is featuring Johnny Mathis this week. The top recording star is making his first appearance at the Lamburgh hostelry. Comedian Bob Melvin is the extra added attraction. Tony Martin does a one-nighter Saturday at the Fontainebleau. It's a building dedication ball in behalf of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Fontainebleau's peppy Boom Boom Room makes the Latin dance set happy with the music making of Chero and his Del Prado orchestra. Frank Natale's swingy trio alternates. The classy comedienne, Kay Stevens, continues to headline in the friendly Tack Room of the Diplomat. Pupi Campo and his Latin music men play for dancing nightly. Due in at the Seville Hotel this week are Clint Walker (Mr. Cheyenne) and Victor Jory, who'll be taking in some sun and sights while in town for the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, which starts 10 p.m., Saturday, Ch. 10. Jory is the star of Screen Gems new -Manhunt" TV series and co-starred in the "Miracle Worker." BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Max Perlman's sparkling comedy continues to highlight the musical hit, •Honeymoon in Israel." now in its third week at the DiLido Yiddish Theatre. Extra exciting is the I second act when Perlman steps to front of stage and whips the audience into a sing-a-long. Informal and invigorating tor all concerned. Take advantage of new low prices, starting at one dollar for evening performances. Patricia Morison and Zachary Scott are pleasing audiences nightly in "The Fourposter" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, where the amusing drama of marital harmony and disharmony holds over. Miss Morison and Scott, who have played in scores of movies, reveal their acting know-how is as expert on stage as on screen. They comprise the entire cast. After hearing so much about the interest of local folk in Leonard Bernstein's weekly symphony telecasts, I suggest that you better get tickets as soon as possible in order not to be "shut out" when he comes to town with his New York Philharmonic for two entirely different concert programs. They are slated for Thursday, Feb. 21, and Saturday, Feb. 23, at Miami Beach Auditorium. You see three shows for the price of one every night at the exciting Peppermint Lounge on the 79th St. Causeway. First, there's the merry dancing revue. "Crazy Crazes." with the fastest routines you ever saw. headed by the zinuy singing of Regina Raye. a voice •double" for Kaye Starr. Second, two great entertaining musical outlits, the Seven Blends and B. G. Rambleers, stage shows of their own. and third, the terrific Twist dancing of the patrons is another show in itself. Every night but Sunday Patsy Abbott fills her intimate bistro, Patsy's Place, wtih tumult—a laugh'a-minute, one-woman show by Patsy, that's something you can see and enjoy again and again. Miss Abbott writes all her own material, and it's always topical and sparkling. Fantastic is the word for Jewish-American vaudeville at the Cinema, combined with a feature Yiddish movie. Manager Lou Fishkin reports a busload of Jacksonville folk came down expressly for the only show of its kind in the South. %  %  %  DINING SCENE: Hawaii's Maile has been added to the Bloody Mary Lounge show at Hallanclale's South Pacific Polynesian Restaurant. Mule concentrates on what she calls the Hawaiian twist, and provides added exotic flavor to the show featuring ex-Tahitian Rita lianitua. comedienne-dancer, and 'leva, sword-flame tosser, who has appeared in two motion pictures with Esther Williams. Lundy Nelson's Polynesians provide music nightly. Marcel Iodice. staff artist at Miami Springs Villas, is doing four more oils for the interior walls of the Miami Springs resort. Iodice has done 21 paintings there so far and has hardly scratched the surface. The Crystal Room, of the Lucerne Hotel, is accepting reservations for Passover Seders. The beautiful dining spot, under management of Sol Weiss and Lester Siegel, is operated on a strictly kosher basis, with a mashgiach on the premises daily, under rabbinical supervision. The dining room is open to the public for regular dinners and for catered parties. Locals, of course, know about Maxim's, but if you're a visitor in town make sure you plan a dinner at this swank Surfside spot. The owner is Andre Pascal, also a gracious host. Associated with him is Lenke Billings, former Hungarian stage actress. GOLFERS' PARADISE: Doral Country Club has opened its second 18-hole layout, and so has the Country Club of Miami. Sam Friedland will be opening his new Presidential layout, an 18-hole championship course, any day now. That's the second course for Diplomat guests. City of Miami has a sporty 18-hole course on. LeJeune Rd., opposite the airport. Another new addition to golfing here is Miami Lakes, a neighbor of Country Club of Miami. Then add Palmetto in the South Miami area, and Rolling Hills at Ft. Lauderdale, plus the good old public standbys. Bayshore and Normandy Shores, in Miami Beach, and a par-three course, close by. and the Miami Springs and Coral Gables Biltmore public course, and you have a variety of layouts. This makes 15 well kept golf course* in the Greater Miami area. VriA nv. January 25, 1963 ~ r* Symphonette Set At Westbrooke ,M -ented at ,;b on Sun..ire li-'ht isie, M-'in•juth Wring Page first -••(•nINi .Klu.la, and Juilliard String Quartet will be heard Monday evening in a program of Mozart, Quartet No. 18 in A; Bartok, Third Quartet, 1927; and Beethoven, Quartet No. 15 in A minor. Performers are Robert Mann and Isidore Cohen, violins; Raphael Hillyer, viola; and Claud Adam, cello. Friends of Chamber Music of Miami will present the program at the White Temple at 8:30 p.m. 'Tenth Man 1 Due Here on Feb. 12 Promising to be one of the allstage manager, Kip Cohen. time hits in the history of the Perforniance! are nightly. exCoconut Grove Playhouse, produ, ., „ .„ .. n c J < %  t• 1 cent Monn Shakespeare, and has conducted groups in New York and Jerusalem similar to Miami Pub:.c Library's Shakespeare Reading Circle. 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January 25, 1963 mjmistl fhrktiam Page 15-B Merkos Elects Officers Here •"! ,a TaR^S5PC' pshie Friedberg (seated) is guest of honor at a function here ..tly in the Sheldon Hotel, marking the unusual contribune has made to the Greater Miami Jewish community _gh his participation in a variety of welfare, philanpiC and cultural organizations. Standing (left to right) Mendl Ackerman, noted Yiddish writer, and Jacob Mendl Ackerman, noted Yiddish writer, Jacob Schachter, ] radio personality, and Moshe Berman, executive director .stadrut here. Israel Nani'ss has been elected ; honorary president of Merkos %  Mmam) GMpggti OHMS officers elected at a recent meeting at the Coronet Hotel were: Labor, Justice To be Viewed Guest speaker at the Yivo Forum on Saturday evening at the Farband Center. 842 Washington Ave., will be Dr. Nathaniel Soroil. His subject will be "Labor and' Social Justice Throughout Jewish History." Consultant tt. me iiureau of. Jewish Education, and head of the College oi Jewish Studies, Dr.; Soroff earned his I'nD degree in Hebrew letters and Talmud at Dropsie College. The Yivo Forum is a weekly presentation of the Greater Miami j Yivo Committee. oples National ipoints Broad ted at an annual stock meeting last week, the new• it or of the Peoples Nation,.--: of North Miami Heaeh is X. Broad, a resident of 1 ounty for 22 years and a i&te of the University of Mihe re he majored in ceo;i-. with a degree of Bachelor %  stness Administration. a I is director and executive [•resident of American Savings •an A.-sn. of Miami Beach, intent and director of Best In i. %  Agency, director of the r. %  National Bank of Belle 3c director of New York Capfor Industry, and director of ell, Inc. civic and community inter•elude memberships in the Beach Junior Chamber of • rce. .Miami Beach ChamCommerce. Navy League of nited States, Advisory Cornon Natal Allans. 6th N.i\ al •. and Circus Saints and Airman Being Reassigned Here Airman Third Class Irving L. Gevson is being reassigned to Larsun AFB. Wash., following his graduation trom the United States Air Force technical training course for medical service specialists at Gunter AFB. Ala. Gevson was trained to assist in the care and treatment of patients in Air Force medical wards, dispensaries and clinics. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Gevson,. 8331 SW 27th Ter.. he is | a graduate of Southwest Miami High. Morton May berg, president; Murray Rosenberg and Isidore Kramer, vice presidents; LumI'ollak. secretary; Sam Shachno. treasurer; Rabbi Stanley Weiss. recording secretary; Murray C. Berkowitz, chairman of the board. Members of the board are Abe Arancff. Henry Groudan, Rabbi Hyman Kagan, Dr. Irwin H. Makovsky, Rabbi Abram Safra, Joseph Waldman, Harry Rosenberg, and Rabbi Abraham Korf, executive director. Merkos LTnyonei Chinuch is the central organization for Jew ish education of the Lubavitcher movement, with local offices at 21*21 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach The Markos is planning to establish Camp Gan Israel ot Florida, which will create an Overnight kosher camp for children here, with a program aimed at combining recreation and religious education. The Markos is also planning itsecond annual banquet on Mar. 3 at the Coronet RiCHMAN. Mrs. I'nrda. SO, MO Marmore Ave., died J:in. it,. Riverside WECHSLER, \lrn Gertrude, 87, 1141 Meridian Ave., died Jan 16 Kiver%  lde. FRANK. Mr* "Tin.S. "I. "f II1 Adams Ave., ill. ii Jan 1.".. JJlverslde. GILMOUR, J.iiii. T. kit, IrtTT. ColUl Ave., Hal II. II Ii. died Jan. IS: R %  erslde. MYERSON. Mrs. Myrtle w.. 61, 800 Went An died Jan. 16. Riverside PATENT, Mm. VYttn, ss, 1825 Washington A-.>• dl< il Jan. 10, TILTON. Mrs. Kimny, "."•, 847 Washington \\. dl< 'i Jan 10. Rlversldi CUTLER. Louis, 7::. MO West Ave., riled Jan. 12, Rlvi rslde DANTO. i~.ni'n. I;I. dli l Jan. 11 Rlveisidi DOROTYNSKl. lsrai-1, 76, S746 Cha Ax. died .1 in. 13. Rlvei side FRANK. Mrs. 1* rls Evelyn, 60, '." i 'otllns A %  • died Jan Rlvei KARP.E. Murray, 63, S64n S'A 22nd 'l.i. .I ..! Jan li It I vi rsldi KRAMER. Mrs. Itfitha, 67, 00 St.. ill, il .l.in 14 Rlvei Idi SEGALL. l-i.l.-i %  '. %  .,.. \ v ilii it .la n. 1II. BROWNE. MKvu C, 74. 7 Collins Ave., died .Inn 1: Itlvi ill K .VI AT. I rank T atuin W I .i ivaj I ir died Jai LEVY. Mil \. '' % %  I mm !'• nns> h \i .• iii. .1 Jan i:i Rivers %  LEVY, iiown d. r.7, t;" %  %  "• SWAN. .. died Jan II. i Cordon SCHWARTZ. V let, 66, %  "' 13th St., .'i. it Jan I' Ht Xewmai SIEGEL. M ''64, 177311 XW 13th • 'T ilii il Jan Itlvel sld, SIMMS. I. ii• -. 222 SW 15th Av< j n i. il.ii dim MORRIS BROAD Irkin Profits Rise Again y revenue and profits of the. Exterminating Company fiscal year ended October Il962 were highest in the firm's lory, Sanford H. Orkin, preaiy. reported. let profit of $2,774,446 resulted [earnings per share of $1.16. |ipared to $1.01 for last year resenting a 15 per cent inlast. A nev high of $34,493,417 in net revenue against S31.397.166 for 1961 continues an upward trend for the company, which has been uninterrupted since 1952 During the pasi year, Orkin opened 146 new offices, making a total of 714 offices serving twenty-nine states and the District of Columbia. Flagler-Granada Classes Formed Rabbi David Rosenfeld has organized classes for all age groups at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center. On Thursdays, at 7 p.m.. future confirmands and teen-agers meet for a class on "Ethics." On Friday mornings, 10:30. Rabbi Ros cnfeld conducts a class for beginners on 'Reading Hebrew," and at 11:30. an advanced class in "Conversational Hebrew." In the evening, he teaches the Bible. Saturday mornings, junior congregants discuss the "Portion of the Week."' and at 4:15 p.m., another Bible class is scheduled. /Moscow,,* to Officiate Emil Moscowitz. of the Jersey Carpet Company, will conduct Saturday morning services this week end at the Sterling Hotel. Moscowitz is an annual visitor at the oceanfront resort. Joseph Cohen Rites on Beach Services for Joseph (Joe) Cohen, 71. brother of prominent hotelier Saul S. Cohen, were to be at 2 p in Thursday, at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 1920 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was to officiate. Cohen, who died Tuesday, came to Miami Beach in 1923, and was active in the real estate business with Irwin Sherman, Joe Gardner. Milton Harris and George Cohen at 1657 Drexel Ave. He resided Iat 5985 Alton Rd. Mr. Cohen was a former president of both the Exchange Club of Miami Beach and the Executive Club of Miami Beach. He was a member of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, I the Zoning Board, and Temple E manu-EI. Survivors include his wife. Lillian: two children. Attorney BurI ton Cohen and Mrs. Sylvia Postal, both of Miami Beach; two brothers. Saul S.. who is president of International Airport Hotel System. Inc., and Harry of Miami; thpee -isters. Mrs. Anna Mink. Mrs. Nat Brown, both of Miami, and Mrs. Aaron Reichlin. of Philadelphia; and tour grandchildren. KLINE £ V; % I'ltAN'K. 74, of sit SW 13th si. %  li. 'I Jan. :.'". lie came hi • SS years ago from Columbus, O., and was 1 veteran of World War I ami a member of the Disabled War v.i. rans. Me wan past quarter-master of JWV Norman Bruce Brown Pout and served as a volunteer at Pratt Veteran* Hospital. lie was a member of K'nal B rith, YMHA. It. iii 1 1 v i.t < 'ongri t.ni'.ii and llarvej Seeds IVmt ..f the American Ieglon. Surviving are bis wile. Minnie; a son, Joseph M.: .1 riuughter, Mrs. Rosettu M. Rtns; a brother, Charles: three sisters, Mrs. Lena W.ii/.iu.ll. Mrs. Peart I'r. is mil Mrs. i:..l.li. Schwarts: and four grandchlldi • n s. r\ li were Jan .". in Gordon Funeral Home wiih I1..11. raiv military graveside services nl Mt. Nebo %  %  in. ;. 1 b> the JWV Norman Brine I trow n post. • COHEN. Philip, SII. of 1181 Ni: 169th Si died Jan. is %  iordon. ROTH, Hermann. C, 75, ..i J460 NW T'Mli St., .li.-'i Jan. 17 Riverside. HELLER. Joseph Benjnmln, 58, 1*21 Coolldgv St., Hollywood, ilieil Jan 16, Bey. r PLAVNJCK. Alexander 1. '%  Ot III" Ocean Dr., died Jan U Gordon, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 58277-A IN t:i: IM.ii.• ..f HESSIK KLEIN I > %  •,• %  „., %  ,( NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All I "rcdltors .iiii Ml Persons li %  in. Claims Demunds Against Said Kstuti V..:i ,II hi r< bj notlfii .1 niid re %  iiilivd i" |.i.—• in .11>v claims and di ninmls which *" %  ma> have against Hi, estate of HKSSIK KI.KIN de i-eased in. of Dude County, Florida, .in Hi,. Count.' Judges ol Hade c.iiniv. snd file the same In duplicate and |.i ..\ 1.1. .In Sect i -1 > 733 !•;. Flo Statutes, In their offices in the Countj Courthouse In Made County, Floi iila. within sis calendar months from the time .il Hi. first publication hereof Lincoln lid., Miami Beni h i .:. i l-g-18 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 13702 Judge Joe Eaton HARRY UREENHKRtl, Plaintiff, vs. l.KAM GRBEXBiTRO, I M. n.l.ini. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: LEAH ilREKXItEKi; o l..-iiField 1 136 llrintell Street l*lttsbui-Kh, Pennsj Ivaniu Vi .I %  l.i All iSRBEXBKRl I, an nolifted thai .. coniplulnl for divorce haa been liliil .1-1 n-i you, nnd you are I,, in,: .1 lo iv. a cop) of s our an.., on the plaintiff's nttorney, l'A\li:i. NKAI. HELLEIt, B10 Ainsi.i iinii.iiii-. Mi ml 32, Florida, ana fife Hie nclulnal answer In the Clerk n| the Circuit '' 't'l I ifl % %  • on or before the 23th da) oi February, 1968. li you full t" do so. Judgment by default will be taken against you. Dated ihi* 22nd daj ol January, • %  E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk "i the Circuit Court (seal) By: C. P. rnri:i..vNP Iviintc Clerk 1 '25, 2/1-8-15 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 63C 754 JOSE J. KCHEVARR1A OISPERT, Plaintiff, JIVIITA M. PEREZ ECHEVARRIA, Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION i'i.: Mi ii.i M P< i. /. Bchevnrrla nl -.i: A i'i A NO. •"."' HAVANA, CUBA Vol. MTRTA M PEREZ ECHEVARRIA, Obrapln No. 55, Havana, Cuba, are required t%  file your an,u r (,. the • 'omplaint for I Hvo with the Clerk of the above Court, and serve a cop) thereof upon Dlno P Si BTI HI. AIL rney, 910-11 Congri sa Builillng, .Miami. Florida, •'" or before the 25th daj of I ebruarj. I94W, or else complaint will be taken aa eonl. ssed. i-ai.ii Januarj 22. is*. v: B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of the Clrcull Court (SOnll !•> : K. M. l.YMAN. Ivi.niy Clerk l 15, 1-8-18 LEGAL NOTICE Participation in the Tu B'Shevat program of Beth Torah Congregation is the next activity in store for the 60-voice school choir under the direction of Ben Yomen. Members of the choir are Sherry Miller, Joyce Walfish, Amy Dean, Diane Petesky, Kim Foster. Lynn Dinnerstein, Susan Abrams, Jane Hirschberg, Randv Phillips. Martin Schaffel. Barry Goodman, Michael Cohen, Sandy Jackson, Sandy Longer. Barry Braun. Lynn Palant, Richard Katzman. Leslie Falke, Wendy Epter, Laura Solomon, Shelly Labaton, Andy Lavin, Richard Kaufman, Diane Schwartz, Robert Feinstein, Richard Gtde. Brian Abrams, Scott Moore. Mark Gurman, Cory Kleiman, Alan Bernstein, Harold Rabinovitz, Ellen Schimek, Marne Taylor, Sharon Borenstein, Lee Himelfarb, Bruce Jackson, Fran Misonznick, Ileen Cohen, Helene Bookman, Mark Blauhut, David Bergman, Leslie Falke, Maureen Schaffel, Susan Feinstein, Jackie Kirschenbaum, Benna Solomon, Larry Jackson, Francine Eisenberg. Robert Levy, Nancy Kloth, Barbi Cohen, June Hess, Patty Karp, Risa Adler, Henrietta Langner, Terry Abrams, Linda Hill, Karen Stern, Wendy Hahn, Joyce Krakow, Sharon Leopold, Annie Kay Sturman, Susan Cavell, Ina Ray Sturman, Debbie Marcus. Felicia Hack. IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. MIT/l KMERLINCJ. also known ;iSADIE 8M BREINti, |i.. aed NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor* and All Persons Having Halms or Demands Against Bald Estate: You are herebj notified and rettoir. ci tu present anj claims and demands which >• % %  maj have agalnal the estate of Mltil sin. riini!. ills'-• known as Sadie Bmerllng deceased late of I'll.. County, lloiiila. I., the Count) Judges ..I" ihule County, and file the same in their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within -i\ calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, or the sain.will be bu riENJAMIN SMKR1.ING, Executor LEONARD •• EOERT ol Myers, Helroan, Kaplan .\ Catsman 1 1 50 R.W. l-t Sir. i 1 Miami 36, Florida 1 ll-ls---'.".. 1 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it the undersigned, desiring i" engage in business under the fictitious nan r BARTON'S RONBONN1ERE at 538 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Eta.. mt.mis te register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County, Florida. MORRIS MIL8TONE Bole • m ner LEON A. EPSTEIN Attomej for Applicant ( ,. ^ ( si NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring i" engagi in business under the fictitious name or TRIANGLE APARTMENTS at 6M0 line Vendome, Miami Beach Intends tu register said name with the t'l.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, l.iUIS YOUNG KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Atlorile to I lOUlS VollIlK I !:., l i •


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cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WfrKlY
Vo ume 36 Number 4
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 25, 1963
Two Sections Price 20*
Soviet Hints Threat to Russian Jews at United Nations Talks
i SITED NATIONS (JTA)
-|h, S< iel representative on the
Nations Subcommission on
|>ie\ert_on of Discrimination as-
nis week that introduction
h organisations ot the Is-
migration of Jews from
I ... iropean countries was "a
ice" to the Jewish popu-
lotions in those countries, which
certainly would Dot help them."
Boris S Ivanov made that state-
ment in a continuing discussion at
a Subcommission meeting of a re-
port dealing with the right of any
Individual to leave his country and
to return lo it. The discussion
eached the stage of paragraph
by paragraph consideration of
the report, prepared by Jose
Ingles of the Phillipines, special
rapporteur. The target ot the
Soviet representative's wrath was
the Coordinating Board of Jewish
Organizations, which had submit
led data on Jewish emigration
from the East European countries
BRITON BACK FROM TOUR
Report Israel's
Fear for New
Egyptian Arms
. .'DON (JTA' The feeling that the Arab-Israel situation
"very dangerous, just like before the Sinai campaign in 1956."
pressed here this week by Anthony Wedgwood BonnLord
Tansgatefollowing his return from Israel. "Israel," he reported over
is "very alarmed at the Egyptian rearmament and very do
'
TV is moving against ls-
< said "The Arab coun diminishing with the acquisition
... getting arms from both b> the Arab governments of more
om the West and the technical weapons."
MORRIS B. ABKAM
and barriers of such emigration.
The Coordinating Board of Jew-
ish Organizations is one of a num-
ber of Jewish groups which have
consultative status before the sub-
commission, with the right to
peal; and to submit formal mem-
orandabut not with the right to
.ole. The organizations represent-
<; by the CBJO are B'nai B'nth.
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews and the South African Jew-
ish Board of Deputies.
Morrs B. Abram, the United
States representative, imme-
diately challenged the Soviet
representative, protesting strong-
ly against "allusions" that the
discussion of the question mighj
"jeopardize" the Jewish popu-
lations in those countries. He
said that "if this is true, then we
are in a very bad state of af-
fairs." He added that, if any
gcvernment "acted this way,"
then it was not a suprise if there
were groups who "wanted to
leave that country."
Paul Barton, representing the
International Confederation of
Free Trade Unions, also interpret-
ed the Soviet representative's
statement as a possible threat. He
said he wanted to submit addition-
al documentation on the question.
He requested a clarification on
the Soviet representative's state-
ment, specifically whether the
Soviet statement meant that there
would be retaliation measures
K. Oo
U'
"If the Khrushchev saw
about Jews in government
betrays his basic anti-Semit-
ism." writes' Leo Mindlin
this week, "it also appears
to serve as a warning to
Jews that they had best be-
come less conspicuous."
PAGE 4-A.
taken against the Jewish popula-
tions because their "tragic situa .
tion" had been brought to the at
tention of the Subcommission. He
said that if this would be the case,
he would not submit his organza
lion's documentation in order not
to endanger those Jewish popula-
tions.
In his statement, his second dur-
Continued on Page 9 A
ial in the morale between
the Israeli and Arab troops, which
ov very Important, is now
SIDNEY R. YATES
JFK to Name
Chicago Atty.
To Top Position
He suggested that Israel
should take the initiative in solv-
ing the Arab refugee problem by
agreeing to admit one Arab ref-
ugee to every 10 Jews entering
Israel under the Law of Re-
turn. "An initiative by Israel
on the Arab refuge* question
would have several advantages,"
he asserted.
"There would be some technical
ENDORSE SUBCOMMITTEE REPORT ON MINORITY DISCRIMINATION
France and England Advocate UN
Move to Reunite All Split Families
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Spoke-men for France and Britain
here strongly endorsed this week a United Nations subcommission re-
port advocating the right of every individual to leave any country,'in-
cluding his own. The issue is of particular Jewish interest because
Jews in the Soviet Union are not permitted to leave Russia to rejoin
relatives in Israel and other countries.
The discussion centered on a
cooperation between Israel and
the Arabs; Israel would obtain a
sort of de facto recognition by the
Arabs; and a category of refugees1 UN Sub-commission on Prevention
would be created who have chos-' of Discrimination and Protection
80 not to return to Israel and n| Minorities. The report, sub
IN ~~D NATIONS (JTA) therefore would be eligible for.mitted by Jose D. Ingles, Phillip-j
I'resicknt Kennedy announced this resettlement in the Arab coun- pine delegate and special rappor-
*eel tils intention to nominate tries (cur. also recommended that per-
.. ft. Yates. Chicago Jewish ^ ^ p- ^ mcan.',ons wishing to leave a country
wye: as United States rcprescn- reported that' almost every permanentlj should be entitled to
.atiw the V^l^tonkjjnu- b jn th(. Mi(|dIe EMt|
leeshij Council, with the rank of ^ ^ ^ ^ ^.^ PrMlden(
v" (,or- Nasser of Egypt for a possible
!;< .n Chicago in 1N0, Mr coup. The newspaper asserted
Yates 'as educated in public that "this powder keg corner of
si Hoe there and graduated in the world is nearer to an explosion
1H31 m University of Chicago now than it has ever been in the
aiid m University of Chicago year ot Intrigue, plotting and
Law .-. 100I in 1933. craving for power by the man who
lit rved in the U.S. Navy in v. aits in Cairo,"
Worli .Var II and was elided to Lord Tansgate apparently made
from the 9th Congress- no mention of the recent U.S. role
UN report, based on views from .eM ,m.lr prporty and take the
90 countries, affirming that right. pU)l.0,.,|s as wci] ;,< personal cf- \
The report was submitted to the fects, with them
tOHUHKU MUSS
Rome Group
Hears Plea
Prior to the French and Brit-
ish statements of support, the
report was assailed by Soviet
c'elegate Boris Ivanov, who
charged that the report con-
Continued on Page 7-A
Religion and Race Confab
Urges Battle Against Bias
By SAUL CARSON
CHICAGO (JTA) The First National Conference on Rel.gion
tiom we pin congress- no menuon o uu rec ens v-.*. on ( .. (o ^ ^
Strict of IIMnoJs lA 1948 Egypt, rai n Omen, which American people" to end all kin's of racial d.scnm.na-
s r, nee of the Democratic was virtually financed bjAjJJJ o| ,() mobi,iw An,em,,,s tnree
I arty He was later reelected to aan aid funds, only to boomerang .
eeding Conees .g.lns, Washington's best mtcrosts. -a* *-_ '' *< ..... ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^
ROME (JTA) The hope
that the Ecumenical Council, when
i resumes its session this year.
, will act favorably on the mem-
orandums submitted by Jewish
J organizations asking for the elim-
ination of anti-Jewish elements
from Catholic dogma and for the
conJemnation of anti-Semitism
was expressed here this week at
a fraternal assembly of represen-
tatives of all major religions held
at the Pro Deo University under
the chairmanship of Cardinal Bea.
head of the Vatican Secretariat
for the Unity of Christians, who
developed the agenda lor the
Ecumenical Council.
AT CHEIMNO MURDER CAMP IN POLAND
Jewish Eye- Witness Tells of Killings
B (JTA) A Jewish in- .Michael Podschlebnik. 55. in the
1 BU the Chelmno muKier camp trial in Provincial Court here of
>'' N.: held Poland, who was 1U former Nazi storm troopers and
'rcc ;<> help prepare mass .security police Officers on charges
testified this week that el having murdered 170.000 .lews
' n d vhen he opened a gas van In the camp during the war.
the bodies of his wife and two
childrci "fell in front of me." Podschlebnik, one of the few
T>, vstimony was given by survivors of the murder camp.
testified that though he had
begged the SS to kill him, he
was selected for work in pre-
paring mass graves for victims.
He testified that 13 to 14 poison
gas vans operated daily in the
camp, killing 900 Jews daily on
Continued on Page 6 A
The hope was voiced bj Judge
Sergio Piperno, president of the
Union of Italian Jewish Commun-
ities. He told the 500 religious
OUslyby the l.OW Christian dignitaries Catholic. Protestant.
and Jewish clerical and lay lead- Jewish. Moslem, Buddhist, Taoist
ers. While the conference was ..'..I others-thai -truth and char-
directed primarilj to the Negro Ity, fer understood as a
problem in America, the final form of justice, are the basic
declaration was interpreted, par- principles oi Jewish teacmng.
"Th;s chosen assembly," he
Soldi "is n example o' what
can b* achieved when the voice
of the Lord gathers us in a frat-
ernal feast." He expressed
"hearty and fraternal apprecia-
tion of their work" to Pope John
XXIII, to Cardinal Bea who is
Continued on Page 12-A
tlcularly by the major Jewish
participants, as presaging a new
day in Christian concern tor anti
Semitism as well
One recommendation urged
church and synagogal organiza-
tions ant! institutions to use the
economic power of thir substan-
Continued on Page 2 A


Page 2-A
9-Jewistfkridiar^
Friday. January 25, 1%3
Religion, Race Confab Urges Battle Against Bias
9 _-. u..,...... taw. time, in MM North .t lew*.
tants have gotten together to fiKi
racism -toward an integrated
community."
Continued from Pag* 1 A
*iat pension fund* and endow
nents to promote interracial
housing projects as well as for
he promotion of equality of op-
portunity in all fields for all
races and minorities in the Unit-
ed States.
- As organizations which engage
i much construction work, the
churches and synagogues were
i Lid to exact from building con-
tractors strict pledges against
racial discrinrnation. As emplcy-
. rs, the religious organizations
" eic urged to remove racial bar-
i iers in their own employment
notices. The conference also
called for removal of all racial
barriers In soch religion-linked In-
stitutions as hospitals, homes for
he aged, child care agencies and
ther welfare organization*.
In another recommendation.
Christians and Jews as religious
dherents, lay and clerical, wire
rged to help Negro families ob-
tain homes in all-white suburbs, to
..id stabilization of the character
of changing urban neighborhoods
. ml to work for federal and state
Jaws against discrimination in em-
ployment and housing. They also
ere asked to act to assure that
all of the country's educational
esourees and facilities be used
Emanu-EI Youth
To be Installed
, to help eliminate all racial preju-i shared convictions, ^'heJ*
[dice and barriers. land dedication essentia to create .
The BUS Tbe. approved, in^rmte,, Mates ^J- JJ
all to realize their hopes and des-
tiny."
^ ""^S.mi.isnu -P "w
There
Installation of officers of the
Temple Emanu-EI United Syna-
gogue Youth Chapter will be heldJ religions had undertaken
Sunday at the North Branch Build- (>.-capable obligation to
pl;m> for a follow-up committee
of Catholics, Protestants and
Jews to oversee implementation
on the recommendations on the
local level. The followup plan was
prepared by A. Harold Murray,
director of the Community Affairs
Department of the American Jew-
ish Committee. The conference
also set up a national steering
committee of representatives of
the three faiths with the Syna-
gogue Council of America as the
Jewish religious representative
body.
As ore of its first steps, the
follow up commiltee chose 10
cities for pilot projects in inter-
religiocs an* inter-racial work
for each of the recommenda-
tions. The cities chosen were
Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, New
Orleans, Oakland (Calif.), San
Francisco, Pittsburgh, St. Louis,
San Antcnio and Seattle. Plans
also were considered for con-
vening another rational confer-
ence on religion and race in the
next two or three years.
Evaluations of the conference
included a description by Rabbi
Philip Hiat. executive vice presi-
dent of the Svnagogue Council of
America, of the conclave and the
declaration as "a milestone in
Jewish. American and world his
tory." Arnold Aronson. of the
National Community Relations Ad-
visory Council, said that the or-
i ganized Catholic and Protestant
an "in-
combat
Peace Corps Director R. Sar-
geant Shriver, Jr., the Pre*.-
dent's, brother -ei-law,. told the
conference that churches and
synagogues should ask each of
their congrejants to "pledge a
tithe of his time to removing
racial barriers at work, at play
and at worship."
Rabbi Balfour Brickncr, direc-
tor of the Social Actions Com-
mission of the Union oi American
Hebrew Congregations and il'
Central Conference of American
Kabbis. reported a recommenda-
tion from a tri-laith work group
that synagogues and churches
should apply discipline ami sanc-
tions against members >' congre-
gations practicing racial discrim-
ination, "up t<> ihc point ol ex
pulsion from membership.*'
Dr. Franklin 11. Litell. profess-
or ol Church .Ministry at tin- Chi
cago Theological Seminary, de
nounced anti-Semitism at the firsl
session as "perhaps the surest
seismoyraphic measurement ol to-
talitarian systems and pre-totali-
tarian movements," He -aid it
was not an accident but a "dread
tul portent" thai synagogues were
bombed in American cities "pre
cisely at the moment when the
White Citizens Councils, Circuit
Riders. Minute Men. John Birchers
an;l all the denizens id the politi-
cal sewers are uniting to attack
the Supreme Court ar.d tin- re-
maining centers of free discussion
among the clinches, the univer-
sities and the trade unions."
so many
religious faiths"
warned the confer-
ence against the danger ol aim
Semitism among Negroes. De-
ploring what lie called the lad
lire to plan genuine action against
bigotry of all kinds. Mr String-
fellow said:
"What has been latent for a
ng auditorium at 8 p.m. Dr. Irv-, anti-Semitism." as well as to bat-
ing Lchrman. spiritual leader Of *je anti-Negro racism. Rabbi
The Temple, will officiate. j ;v[arc n Tanenbaum, of the Amer.
Parents of the boys and girls to ican Jewish Committee, said that
be inducted will present their sons I the widespread commitment by William Stringfcllow, a New
nd daughters to Dr. Lehrman for, the Conference to work seriously York attorney who emphasized
the ceremony. to overcome bigotry is "a devel- that he is a "white Anglo-Saxon
New officers include Selma opment of the greatest potential Protestant."
Schickman. president; Max Stein. I significance to the Jewish com-
gard, executive vice president; I munity."
Sandy Genet, membership vice The dclegales hcard a long and
president; Heidi Penchansky. soc- wanB message from President
jal programs: Benjy Stone, reh- K,.nn,.dv wno expressed gratitude
gious and cultural programs; Lee for tm, (ac( ,. so many Amer.
Rosenb.ou.se, community service icans ..djverst> in
programs; Marge Freeman, treas-
iirer; Karen Adler. corresponding ^^^^^^_
secretary; Johnny Kaplan, record-J aa^alaaaBBBBBBBBi
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Friday. January 25. 1963
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Irving Kane Due at CJA Celebration
Samuel C. Levenson (left), co-chairman of the Initial Gifts
Committee, and Joseph M. Lipton, 1962 CJA general campaign
chairman, and active leader of the Initial Gifts Committee
and the Finance Division, of which he serves as honorary
chairman, are shown at a breakfast meeting at the Algiers
Hotel on Sunday to plan the Feb. 3 leadership dinner of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Rabbis to Assist UJA Conference
StN. MATING DM ... 5-4
Rabbis of the Greater Miami
area will meet for brunch Monday
to form a Rabbinical Advisory
Committee and to map rabbinical
-nonsorship for the 25th national
maupurnl conference of the United
Jewish Appeal on Sunday, Feb. 17,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The call for the masting went
out earlier this week in a letter
tn ;ill members of the Rabbinical
\-MX-iation of Greater Miami un-
der the signatures of Rabbi David
Shapiro, Tiniple Sinai. Hollywood,
and Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Tem-
ple Emanu-EI, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Shapiro is president of
the Rabbinical Assn., and Rabbi
Lehrman is a member of the
National Rabbinical Advisory
Coufnvl of the UJA.
This represents the tirst time in
the 14 years UJA has been launeh-
ing its nationwide campaigns from
tlie Greater Miami area that spiri-
tual leaders here will be playing
so large a part in a campaign in-
augural conference.
Rabbi Shapiro and Rabbi Lehr
man #mpha-ized in their lettei
that "the UJA's 25'h annual can
paign deserves the strongest poei
ible launching not onlv on '
count of the significance of its
25th anniversary, but in the light |
of the very great needs that con-
front the UJA agencies in Europe
and Israel."
The meeting will hear from Rab-
bi Shapiro, Rabbi Lehrman. and
Martin Peppercorn, associate na-
tional field director of the UJA.
IffVJNC KANE
fINANCt DIVISION ... 5-4
MHC4NTHE CABINET ... 7-4
BAY HARBOR ... 9-4
Irving Kane, immediate past
president of the Council of 'Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare Funds,
will he principal speaker at the
community leader-hip dinner of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration on Feb. 3.
The event is scheduled to hon-
or past campaign chairmen of the
Combined Jewish Appeal during
the 25 years of Federation's exist-
ence, and also to mark the Silver
Anniversary year of Federation,
Greater Miami's central Jewish
community tund-raising and plan-
ning agency.
Samuel C. Levenson, chairman
of the Initial Gifts Committee
with Leonard Rosen, at a meet-
ing Sunday in the Algiers Hotel,
said that "the black tie dinner
Feb. 3 will be the highlight of
our Silver Anniversary year."
Kane has been an established
leader of the Jewish Federation
of Cleveland, one of the most
outstanding Federations in the
country, and as head of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, he presided
over an organization composed
of 217 Federations and Welfare
Funds throughout the United .
States and Canada.
Mitchell Wolfson is chairman of
the leadership dinner, and assist-
ing him are Samuel Kipnis, Sam
H. Rost and Sam Luby, Jr.
Kane is president and chairman
of the executive committee of
CJFWF and a member of the or-
ganizing committee of the Nation-
al Foundation for Jewish Culture,
ast vice chairman. Large City
Budget Conference Steering Com-
mittee, he is past president of the
Jewish Community Council and
past chairman of the Jewish Com-
munity Relations Committee of
Cleveland. He is past chairman
>f the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council, past asso-
ciate chairman of the American
Jewish Tercentenary, member of
'.he National Council of the Amer-
can Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, trustee and member
ol the executive committee of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, and vice chairman of
the Fellows of Brandeis Univer-
sity.
Initial Gifts Committee breakfast meeting Sunday also
brought out (left to right) William Agranove, one of the com-
munity's active Federation workers; Federation President Sid-
ney Lefcourt; and Federation Vice President Leon Kaplan.
Chaim Greenberg Branch Installs
Highlight of the first meeting
of 1963 for the Poale Zion, Chaim
Greenberg Branch, was installation
of officers.
Held at Farband Cultural Cen-
ter, the cultural portion of the
evening included reports on two
conventions held recently in New
York.
Dr. M. Rosett and I. Lederman,
special delegates, spoke on the
I'oale Zion convention, and Dr.:
Simon Wilensky. president, report-
ed on the Histadrut convention.
Irving M. Sachs, former pres-
ident of the branch, conducted the,
ceremony installing the following I
slate of officers:
Dr. Wilensky, president; Mrs.
Miriam Halpenn. Mrs. Nathaniel
Soroff, Max Astor and I. Leder-
I man, vice presidents; Mrs. Meyer
Kahn. financial and corresponding
, secretary; Mrs. Sonia Robbins.
recording secretary; and Abraham
F'raidlin. treasurer.
Chairmen of the cultural com-
mittee. Ben Minerbere. Bernard
Furman. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, and
M. Center; publicity, Mrs. Anna
Sorin Bild.
Representative to the Bureau o;
Jewish Education, David Freed
man; to the Jewish Nationa,
Fund, Mrs. Sofia Sceman; lion.l-
for Israel, Mrs. Meyer Kahn; to
UJA, Abraham Fraidlin; and His-
tadrut. Lewis Mann.
Outer Space
Subject for UN
Discus.-ion group of the Ameri-
can Association for the Unitec
Nations was to meet this Thurs
day evening at Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Assn., 1234
Washington Ave.
Neal Rutledge. attorney, was tc
speak on '"Peaceful Uses of Outei
Space." the first in a series ot
issues before the 17th assembly o.
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Volume 36
Number 4
Friday, January 25, 1963
29 Tebet '5723
On Assisting Our
Own Worst Interests
A distinguished British spokes-
man. Lord Tansgate, this week
warned his government that Is-
rael is "very alarmed" about the
precipitous rearming of Egypt.
Lord Tansgate's warning came on
the heels of a just-concluded visit
to the Jewish State.
His observation centers on the
classic distinction between Israel
and the Arab nations, which now
seems on the dangerous wane
the higher technical level of Is-
raeli military life and the greater
strength of Israeli purpose.
As Lord Tansgate sees it, the
rapid rearming, particularly of
Egypt, is leveling this distinction
to the point where Israel will
shortly be unable to hold a sea of
hostile Arab neighbors at bay.
There is nothing new in Lord
Tansgate's warning. But what is
useful about it seems to be the
reiterated suggestion that the
Western Powers, presumably Is-
rael's friends, are much to blame
for the situation. For these are the
sources, the British spokesman de-
clared, of President Nasser's rising military
power.
Certainly the Soviet Union's role in the
Egyptian beef-up has been legion. Added,
however, to our own, it makes for a formidable
and dangerous rise in a Middle East im-
balance of power.
Particularly sad about this, as Lord Tans-
gate did not observe, is America's singular
role here. As supporters of the Yemeni Imam,
the U.S. Department of State recently stood by
to watch Egypt's Nasser move into Yemen
against our best interests. No one, not even
the State Department's very enemies of Israel,
will deny that American dollar credits to Egypt
paid for that campaign.
It would take a Briton's variety of sad
humor to make human sense out of this. Nas-
ser's good friends at the State Department
these days can't.
(n*is*Aeu amour Ampvm
tPWlrVtUVOmONALTVj

The Communist 'Haven'
The violent Soviet reaction to a United
Nations Subcommission discussion centering
on the rights of people to emigrate from the
countries of their residence is easy to under-'
stand.
Basically, the discussion is an outgrowth
of a report by the UN Subcommission on Pre-
vention of Discrimination and Protection of
Minorities, in which specific recommendations
have been made concerning the humanitarian
purpose of reuniting broken-up families.
This is a major world issue, in fact so large,
that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
specifically deals with it in Paragraph 20 of the
declaration.
Stripped from its theoretical considerations,
the UN discussion in fact raises the question of
why Jews living in the Soviet Union are not
permitted to emigrate. Boris S. Ivanov, who
is the Soviet representative on the Subcommis-
sion, denies the premise.
He ".quoted mis week as labeling as
"nonsense" charges that there are limitations
on emigration from the Soviet Union. Every-
one, he told the Subcommission, is allowed to
leave.
On the other hand, in a critical attack
against the highest purposes of the discussion,
he threatened the safety of East European
Jewry by declaring that the discussion was "a
bad service" and "would not help them."
Obviously, the violence of the Red reaction
stems from the embarrassment that anyone
should want to leave the haven of Commun-
ism. Coming on the heels as all this does of
the comment by Chairman Khrushchev about
the inadvisability of Jews in government, it
would seem that dismal days are ahead for
Jewish welfare behind the Iron Curtain.
CJA Leadership Dinner
The coming leadership dinner of the 1963
Combined Jewish Appeal raises a note of
excitement and expectation. To be honored
at the dinner are CJA chairmen of the past
25 years.
They will be singled out for distinction as
part of the double Silver Anniversary year
celebration here that of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation and the Combined Jewish
Appeal on the one hand, and of the national
United Jewish Appeal, on the other.
A sense of history concerning our Jewish
community's welfare and philanthropic efforts
will thus invest the dinner, scheduled for Feb.
3, with the kind of anticipation and meaning
that can do much to spell a successful 1963
CJA.
Coming here as guest speaker will be
Irving Kane, immediate past president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. Mr. Kane is one of the most distin-
guished leaders in the American Jewish com-
munity. His presence at the dinner will add
to the highest historic purpose of the event.
On Progress in Amity
Christian leaders throughout the world
have become increasingly aware of the fact
hat the dogmatic statements in their reliqious
literature concerning the status of Jews is
among the primary sources of anti-Semitism
Now there is hope, augmented by several
of the moves already inaugurated during the
enure of Pope John XXIII, that doctrinaire atti-
hades toward Jews, as they are found in the
New Testament and its related liturgies mav
receive similar scrutiny.
Such hope has risen particularly on the
occasion of the Ecumenical Council in Rome
A statement condemning anti-Semitism at a
session headed by Cardinal Bea of all major
rehgions ,n the Pro Deo University in Rorne
this week strengthens that hope.
Cardinal Bea is head of the Vatican Sec
retariat for the Unity of Christians, and his
favorable predisposition to the alleviation ol
anti-Semitism by getting at its religious root
sources has long been a matter of record
AS SUGGESTED editorially
** on this page last week, the
Khrushchev statement con-
cerning Jewish participation
in Soviet government today is
precisely the kind of anti-
Semitism observers hav? an
along been noting exists jjt the
Kremlin bailiwick. When Mr
Khrushchev advises that
,, should not hold positions in the
government for their
good." he is doing a n things. Particular!] he U function-
kithin the framework of a classical anti-Semitic referenci
prominent Jews m arouse the envy of their non-Ji
I ors
why should it not also be -. .,
arts and answer here is a realistic one No.
cal in its ethnic restrictions against artist
ants a flourishing source of intelli
sthetic i ontrarily, it is considerabi} i
tent mips of bureaucrats r<
- or ethnic idem ic tion, capable of filling any
number of lower echelon governmental peats,
that when the Nazis, for example, place n
: tioi ainsl Jewish participation in all :
of German socii they suffered artistically and scientificallj
urn- has merelj to consider the exile of \
stein, who servi I as the link between the abstract world ol l
nuclear physics and thi Government of the United Stal
Franklin Delai evelt, to speculate on the
-,,nie turn rj might possibly have taken i: virulent
ral part of the Hitlerian design.
CMAJIVt GtNlbS TAKtN AS IT IS fOUND
this is no lure. In I rms of the Nazi experii
' maj i thai many, manj -
I, sei W II lurii World War 1. But
the in : it simili rlj .
fact in Hitler i for the anti-Semitic element. I- ii .,
much to assun that t ol the nuclear scientists central I
of mb, from Fermi to Meitner t>' sa
to Einstein, would a emained loyal to the countries
i rigin?
The point nerds no furthci amplification, and a man of Chair-
man Khrushchev's intuitive capacities is certainly clever enough t"
understand it. How could he possibl) suggest that the Dr. Lev
daus surrounding him decline scientific prominence in the Soviet
midst "for their own good especially when 1962 N'obel Prize-
winner Landau. Jew or not. is largely credited for the Kremlin's
pioneer space triumph"? In this ease. Khrushchev significantly ,
of course, expediently, failed to show an equivalent concern over
the possible anti-Semitic aftermath of Dr. Landau's successes, since
no one. not even leaders the likes of Mr. Khrushchev, can manufac-
ture at will Landau variety intellects. Such creative genius must be
taken as it is found even if it happens to be Jewish.
Similar considerations govern the world of literature, art. and
music in the Soviet Union much as they did in Nazi German;..
Troublesome distinctions, however, arise here. With almost no ex-
ception, the Nan period produced little if anything noteworthy in the
field of aesthetics and philosophy. The Soviets, on the other hand,
although they have been liberal in their encouragement of artists
regardless of ethnic or religious identification, seem to be experi-
encing peculiar difficulties in this context.
w
AUTstlTfC WORTH Of A USSIK OKDIK
IHILE CHALLENGING AND worthwhile literature and music have
emerged from Russia smce the revolution, the nation's painting
is either a scandal or an object of profound humor, depending upon
one's point of view. Nevertheless, as the congress at which Khrush-
chev made his unhappy remark about Jews in government so vividly
demonstrates. Soviet composers and authors are themselves the most
ardent critics of the low state of their craft today.
The truth is that, whatever the successes of the Shostakovitchti
and the Yevtushonkos. their aesthetic worth, as they themselvr-
aptly recognize, is of a lesser order than it might have been becau-e
of Communist political demands upon them to subject their aesth. t c
output to propagandists service. Shostakovich is. indeed, a primary
example of the fluctuating worth of an artist who periodically sub-
mits to or resists the force of propaganda upon the general desi
of his aesthetic creativity.
That Soviet painting and sculpture are so laughable today stems
m part from a traditional Russian backwardness in these fields of
endeavor except for the world of the medieval ikon. And, from
a contemporary viewpoint, it is likely that the plastic arts in th
Soviet Union find themselves in such disrepute precisely because ol
this backwardness; for only the rigid disciplines that success assures
could have served as a buffer against the state decision to reduce
their practitioners to mere agents of Communist ideology.
A WARNING TO Bt tfSS CONSPICUOUS
ALL F WHICH "Wests that the arts simply can not su.rv.ve a
propagandists onslaught against their highest purposes, for
aesthetic productivity demands the absolute freedom of the artist
th. ,^"d L i' Wr1'1 :,s '" M,s Tncre s ample evidence, on
pn,irnr i t0 acc,'p' ,h,> ,hl'-"is ,hat dictatorship, the natural
environment of regimentation-inspiring propaganda, nurtures the
auvuoce oi science aim technology.
,u.h''nC<'' ? a<,s,hc',ic Poverty in Germany turned out to be as
trnrl V?u c ?, N.M| ulvitU>*y as was anti-Semitism. Con-
iviet Union, the opportunistic willingness to tolerate
janKJirush-
muigaie the
;cd to regulate
ii of ST3S. ex,s" -mn (or perhaps ****in *
b-1siefa,nH,s:Kh7S,Uh,,v Baw about Jews government betrays his
Semit.sm. as I mggested at the outset, it also appears to
lMBi.ii .------ <-.,.. ic opportunistic willingness 10
di v Jo? .i S> tSpiU' ,he an,i-Semitic envy Chairman
<1 ,,,., V ma>' lMplre' has at test done little 10 mm
h^lr0Ul""pact on art of ,h' basic totalitarian need to
serve as
spicuous,
a warning to Jews that they had best become "less eon
And this, perhaps, seems most significant in the tense
MPhere Of mere; ,,, anti-Semitism against th- Soviet
Union today.
class,,'.!,,"*"" ti-Semitiam? Is it the same
;!,, :, V'v ,,:" ; test point in the history of man
Or i* it IUion J nearly two decad.
';.,,'",; ,,:'' .' ations unique to a monolitbi. 1
StaU? For this, and o
Pects of the question, another tinw-


Friday, January 25, 1963
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Mi
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k *r* i p it, i fc jg V*-' 4^
Sen. Keating to be Featured Speaker
At UJA National Inaugural Feb. 17
Left to right at a meeting of the Finance Divis- ten, honorary chairman, Hyland Riias, chair-
oi the Combined Jewish Appeal are Saul man, Charles Goldstein, and Marshall Harris.
. Iman. Herschel Rosonthal, Joseph N. Lip-
CJA Finance Unit Vows Top Figure
By Special Report
Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of
New York, will be a featured
speaker ;il the 23th national inau-
gural conference of the United
Jewish Appeal on Sunday, Feb.
IV. ;r, the Fontainebleau li
As a memb ith the Com-
ttee on the Judici irj
Committee on Immigri
. i ii Nationality Policy, Sen. Keat-
ing i- intimately acquainted with
the issues involved in handling
immigrants and refugees.
Since the bulk of UJA funds
are used to finance the continued
high rate of immigration to Is-
rael, and to cover the costs of
the heavy Jewish refugee emer-
gency in France, Sen. Keating's
address is expected to be of
special interest.
Member*
ii n, which
companies, -*
. ;( 6 C >
U vi to rm-i'
S'.iw r Ai
the Combine i
The pledg.
chaired bj '>
o :. divUi<
e Finance Divis-
; i ; brokers, and lu-
ll i. -. pledged this
over $-40,000 for the
-;.:> campaign of
lewisn Appeal.
came at a meeting
-eph N. t.ipton. hon-
. airman, and lly
land Rifas. chairman, held at
Federation headquarters.
Leaders ol the individual groups
said they would hold committee
.neet ngs within the next twe
weeks to plan their campaigns in
iheir individual groups, and that
each group would do its share "to
meet Federation's increased goal
of 17 percent over last year.'"
Una TO THE EDITOR -
Hadassah Leader Explains
Welfare Relation to Israel
Herbert Gruber and Charles l
Goldstein are assisting Lipton and
Rifas as chairmen of the overall
division. Herschel Rosenthal will
serve" as chairman of the Bank
and Loan Companies group, and
he will be assisted by two assoc-'
iate chairmen, Ronald Lipton and
Saul A. Schulman.
Myron Zeientz and Jerry Lel-
chuk will head the Stock Brokers :
group with the help of Eugene
Mann and Herbert Blumberg.
A-sociate chairmen of the In-
surancc group, another important
, arm of the Finance Division, have
been announced as Fred Diamond
and William Rifkind.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I have rej: 'ith interest your
pubbcation ct :he Jewi-h Tele
urapnic Agercy report concerning
Hadassah's plan to transfer its
[ftUnitj health centers in Jeru-
salem to the Municipality of Jeru
salem and the Ministry of Health.
Since its i '.option. Hadassah
lids assumed irs many undertak
uigs .in keepiag with its widely
known policy v Inch directed that
a(t,r pioneeru..; a project and
setting standards, it would be
turned over to proper municipal
and or Israel ities when the) were able to as-
sume responsibility for the pro-
ject or when Hadassan was no
longer able tC -'ipport it.
Thus Hadassah over the de-
cades has turned over its hos-
pitals in Tel Aviv, Haifa and
Beersheba to the respective
municrpali/rss; Hadassah's TB
Hospital in Safet; and Its school
luncheon program and its health-
welfare stations throughout Is-
rael have else been turned over
to the Israel Government.
In all these ir-.stances, Hadassaii
did not "pull out" but continued
to help meet the financial needs
ol the institutions and programs
concerned as necessity dictated,
and until such time as the agency
taking over was able to assume
full responsibility lor the program.
About two years ago, Hadassah
realized that its program of pre-
ventive and community health ser-
vices could not be continued in
Jerusalem in the face of mount-
ing costs, and Hadassah's greatly
expanded, medical services.
Against this background, a com-
mittee of Israeli experts recom-
mended that Hadassah reduce its
community health services pro-
gram to cover 30,000 individuals,
retaining the Community Health
Center at Kiryat Yovel and three
health stations in the vicinity
Hadassah's desire has been for
an orderly transfer of these ser-
vices to the Municipality of Jeru-
salem and to the Israel Ministry
of Health, and it is toward this
that we have rven negotiating for
so long. In June, 1962. Hadassah
believed that an understanding
had been reached in which Had-
assah would participate in the
maintenance costs of the centers
for the first few years.
In the light of this, Hadassah
was amazed end dismayed at the
public statements by the Israel
Ministry of Health and the Jeru-
salem municipality, which imply
sudden and new action by Had-
assah.
Hadassah's action in this mat-
ter was not sudden, and the par-
ties concerned have known all
along that the transfer will be-
come effective on April 1, 1963.
In addition to its community
health services at Kiryat Yovel,
Hadassah continues to carry for-
ward its comprehensive program
of healing, teaching and medical
research at the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center in Jeru-
salem, at the Hebrew University-
Hadassah Me leal School, and at
the Hadassah-Henrietta Szold
School of Nursing.
Apart from this. Hadas-ah main-
tains a vital vocational education
program in Israel and is the larg-
est single support of Youth Aliyah.
MRS. SAMUEL Z. SAKRAIS,
Leadership Training Chairman
Florida Region of Hadassah
Fascell to Chair
Brotherhood Fete
Rep. Dante B. Fascell is general
chairman for the 11th annual Bro-
therhood Dinner, sponsored by the
National Conference of Christians
j and Jews, which w ill be held on
I Monday. Feb. 25. at the Fontaine-
! bleau Hotel.
His appointment was annornced
i by Dr. C. Doren Tharp, Mitchell
iSirgany. and Richard F. Wolfson.
co-chairmen of the NCCJ Florida
Region.
A committee of 180 business and
; civic leaders has been enlisted to
j promote the annual event, which
features the presentation of
awards to three outstanding citi
; sens who have demonstrated dis-
tinguished leadership for better
human relations.
Rep. Fascell also announced the
appointment of William C. Gaither,
Miami attorney, as vice chairman
of the dinner executive committee.
Some 2.000 campaign leaders
pnd contributors from all parts of
the country are scheduled to at-
tend the conference, which will
mark the official launching of
the 1963 campaignthe 25th an-
nual UJA drive for funds to con-
tinue the vital programs of UJA
beneficiary agencies In rescuing
and rebuilding Jewish lives.
Another highlight of the inau-
gural conference will be the pres-
entation of UJA 25th Anniversary
Medallions to the chairmen of
community campaigns "in recog-
nition of their dedicated service in
raising the funds with which to
aid overesas"Jewry." The medal-
lions were specially struck by the
SIN. KEATING
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national goal of S96.0O0.000 in its
25th annual life-saving campaign
for immigrants to Israel, distress-
ed Jews overseas and refugees to
', the United States. Of this figure.
$36,000,000 represents a Special
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the costs of increased immigration
| to Israel and other free areas.
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Friday, January 25. 1963
Jewish Eye-Witnesses Tell of Killings
Atop Mt. Carmel, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Dan
B. Ruskin (right) Greater Miami civic leader and a member
of the "Miami Group." discusses plans for "Gan Miami" with
an Israeli landscape architect. "Gan Miami," a recreation
area at the new Dan-Ccrmel Hotel, will be dedicated on May
29, with members of the first Miami Oleh Regel tour as hon-
ored guests.
Oleh Rege! Tour Members Will be Feted
At 'Miami Gardens' Dedication in Israel
Members of the tirst Miami
ik'i Regel tour in history will be
onored guests ;it festive ceremon-
- dedicating "(Ian Miami." Mi-
mi Gardens, the recreation area
t the new luxurious Dan-Carmel
Hotel, atop Ml. Carmel. overlook-
ig the Mediterranean Sea.
The Miami Oleh Regel will de-
ait from International Airport
. n May 25. aboard an El Al Boeing
'07 Jet. for a goodwill tour which
il! include 12 days in Israel, a
even-day cruise of the Greek Is-
Mida, to he followed by visits to
ii hborina capitals.
Beth Am Slates
Groundbreaking
Groundbreaking exercises for
ii- new Sanctuary and Youth
Lounge at Temple Beth Am will
e held as part of the religious
services or. Friday evening.
The new 425 permanent seat
Sanctuary is being built by Miller
nd Solomon Contractors, and is
cheduled for completion on June
To be constructed at the same
.me is a Youth Lounge with an
uc'itorium which can seat 500.
""he Sanctuary will be coupled to
le existing Social Ball, which
Bts 1.200 people.
The congregation, which just
'our years ago was holding He-
orew classes in the South Miami
Methodist Church, has built with-'
n the last few years, two school
*:ngs with a total of 22 class
-ooms and a library.
The Sanctuary will have an Ark
; the form of an open Torah
11. Sam Puder is the archi-
BCt, Herman Feldman is chair-1
of the planning committee,.
nd Joshua Segal is chairman of
ic building committee.
The exterior of the building will
i lude 10 stone columns, each to;
resent one of the Ten Com-
mandment.-. The Torah reading.
table will be tashioned after the!
ncient stone alters. Salvatore
josco is assisting with the design
of the interior.
Joseph Altschuller is president!
i the congregation, and Dr. Her-'
tiert M. Baumgard is spiritual'
ader.
The dedication of Miami Gar-
dens on May 29 will be held, in
honor of the Miami Oleh Regel.
The site will be named in trib-
ute to the part Miami has play-
ed in Israel's economic growth'
'and the role of the "Miami
Group," consisting of Sam Blank,
Sam Friedland, Max Orovitz,
and Dan B. Ruskin.
The Miami Group has achieved
international fame as business
pioneers in Israel.
The dedication has been .sched-
uled to coincide with the visit of
the Miami Oleh Regel group.
Members of the group will be
j guests of honor at the occasion
i hosted by the Dan-Carmel Hotel.
The phrase. "Oleg Regel,"
comes from an ancient custom
during which Jews from far-off
places join in a pilgrimage to
Jerusalem The Oleg Regel tour
will be held under the auspices
| of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization.
Continued from Pfl 1-A
the average. The witness now
works in a chocolate factory
near Tel Aviv.
Another Israeli witness. Simon
Srebnik. now a 35-year-old me-
chanic, broke down and began to
weep as he described how he was
taken in chains by SS men to a
cage together with a number of
I ices they had hunted and shot.
Mr. Srebnik also flatly accused
Alois Haefele. one of the defend-
ants, with shooting dead a Jew-
ish prisoner named Ber when he
found a watch in the prisoner's
pocket. One of the camp rules
was that prisoners had to hand
over to guards all their belong-
ings, particularly valuables.
Mass-Murderer Freed
COLOGNE (JTA) Cologne
authorities released this week
two former SS officers after five-
-and-a-hall years of detention on
suspicion of participation in the
killings of prisoners at Mauthaus-
en and other Nazi concentration
camps.
The two. Karl Schulze. 61. and
Anton Streitwieser, were released
on the basis of the Convention on
Human Rights after some 1.500
witnesses had been heard by the
court here on the charges.
The court said that a proper de-
fense would be impossible if the
two men remained in prison until
all evidence had been gathered
t *
Charged with Aiding Eichmann
WL'ERZBURG (JTA) A
special court for German judges
at Bamberg opened disciplinary
action this week against Profess-
or Rudolph Schiedermair. who
was suspended from his post as
president of the Bavarian Admin-
istrative Court here last Septem-
ber and formally charged on Nov.
. 27 with aiding i" the "final solu-
tion of the Jewish problems.
Dr. Schiedermair was sus-
pended on charges of having
part:cipated in Naii terror judg-
ments in special wartime courts
in occupied Norway where he
had been sentenced in 1V49 to
two years in prison for taking
part in verdicts that led to
death sentences for relatively
minor offenses.
The formal charge was base
on suspicion that, as an SS officer
: in the Nazi partj central office,
he had acted to prevent Jew- in
Bohemia and Moravia from lea\
ing and thus becoming targets ol
Adolf Eichmann's program for
the transport ol millions of Euro-
pean .!<'"> io their deaths. He
had withheld tins information
when he joined the W< -t G< rman
judiciarj The University ol
Wuerzburg discli sed thai Dr
Schiedermair, who i- on the law
faculty, was nol lecturing thi-
term. Protests had been made
againsl his continuii i in his uni
versity duties,
Cuban Prisoner Scheduled
Enrique Ruiz Williams, one ol
the leaders of the Baj oi Pigs in
vasion, who was recentlj released
from prison in Cuba, was to be
guest speaker .it an Open meetinj!
of the Young Adult Friends ol I-
rael on Thursday evening at Surl
side Town Hall. All single young
adults between the ages ol 21 ami
35 are invited to attend.
Luncheon Club Meeting
Weekly Luncheon Club meeting
of the Miami Beacn Zionist Dis-
; trict will take place on Wednesday.
[ 12:15 p.m., at Waldman's Hotel.
| according to Harold Shapiro, pres-
ident of the district. In addition
I to the guest speaker, there will
also be a news report by Dr. Abra-
ham Wolfson and community" sing-
ing.
Eva Gabor Will
Assist Home Here
Eva Gabor and the cast of A
!Shot in the Dark" will be doing
| their bit for charity when they;
[open at the Coconut Grove Play
house on Tuesdav.
Key Biscayne Circle of the Flor-
Ionce Crittcnton Home will spon
Isor the opening night theater par-
ty, with proceeds going to the
building fund.
President Michael Shores an-
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tained Trom project chairman.
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Page 7-A
Reunite Split Families, UN is Urged
SUNNtSS
BROOKS
WilSSBLATT
Mercantile CJA Cabinet Revealed
Campaign cabinet of the Mer-
cantile Division of the 1963 Com-
hinod Jewish Appeal was an-
nounced Wednesday by Robert
Uacbl and Alfred H. Daniels, co-
chairmen of the division.
Daniels, presidenl of Burdine's.
and Macht, president of Jordan
Marsh, said the following had been
.ippointed to the cabinet:
Leonard Kosenblum. Lerner
Shops; Paul Walker, president of
Richards Department Store; Leon-
ard Barr. of Jackson -Byron's; Har-
rj I. Katz. president ot Hartley's;
Morris Rubin, president of the
Hub Department Stores; and Sam
Muf-on. president of Jefferson
Stores.
"Because the Silver Anniversary
ii is .i meal milestone tor our
[immunity, we think it most fit-
i. al the leaders >>i these de-
irtmenl store-- are dedicating
si Ives to helping Federation
forward in 1963," .Macht and
aniels said.
The co-chairmen also revealed a
ii mum 20 percent increase from
. 1! contributing members of the
mdi stry The ivision raised over
$70,000 for CJA in 1982.
Two leading divisions of the
Mercantile industry will launch
their federation activity on Fri-
da) The) nclude the Apparel
i rop. which will meet at the
Florida Textile Sales Corp. office
Harrj Mizrach, of Kins; Kole,
Inc.. is chairman of the group,
. nd he has announced the assist-
ance "i Joseph E. Brooks, general
merchandise manager of Bur-
dine's; Sam Rappaport, central
merchandise manager, Richards;
and Maxwell H. WeissbUtt, gen-
eral merchandise manager, Jor-
dan Marsh.
The Shoes Group, which will also
mee! on Friday, Is under the co-
chairmanship of Stewart L. Silli-
ness, ol Pix Shoes, and Leonard
Taicher, of Caressa, inc. They
w.n meet at the office of Pix
Shoes
Students to Vie
In Contest Here
Students of the Harold Wolk Re-
ligious School of Beth Torah Con-
gregation will participate again
this year in two city-wide con-
testa sponsored by the Bureau of
J< wish Education, Irving Seidel,
president, announced
Two students from each of the
second, third and fourth year He-
brew classes will be chosen to
represent the school in the Hebrew-
vocabulary Bee to be held at the
beginning of February.
Theme of the essay art content
this year is The American Jew
ish Community." and Junior High
Students will vie for the $50 and
$2.) Savings Bonds to he given as
prizes.
La^t year's first prize winner
in the art contest was Jeffrey
Raymond, student at Beth Torah
Continued from Page 1 A
tained "inaccurate information
coming from Jewish sources."
Jewish organizations have sub-
mitted data in which they have
suggested that Soviet Jews wish-
ing to leave should be allowed
to do so.
Ivanov said it was 'well known"
that the Jewish organisations had
"specific political interests" and
that because ot information Irom
Jewish sources, the report "lacks
objectivity" and "brings in ele-
ments of the cold war." He
argued that implementation of the
right advocated in the report
would create mass emigration
from some countries, "a thing
v hich has to be prevented."
Opposing views were offered by
Jean-Marcel Bouquin, the French
delegate, and Peter Valcocoressi,
ol Britain. The French represen-
tatives said that the right should
be granted particularly to mem-
bers of groups discriminated
against on grounds of religion or
ethnic origin. He discussed at
length the "tragic problem" of
broken-up families and said liny
were entitled to reunion under
paragraph 20 of the Universal De-
claration "I Human Rights, which
makes it clear that every person
:- entitled to exert his right to
be re-united wil'i his family. Ik-
said thousands of families were
DOW separate.! by all kinds oi
walls, ihe British representative
.-aid Ihe problem concerned hun-
dreds oi thousands of people,
Dr. Maurice Perlzwelg, World
Jewish Congress representative,
told Ihe subcommission thai the
WJC deeply appreciated the re-
port and its recommendations. He-
added that he would like to em-
phasize that more attention should
have been given to the problem
ol re-union ol families, which, he
said, concerned a Jewish com-
munity of 3.000.000 who must be
given the right to associate to be
able to practice the freedom to
live, which he called not only an
individual but also a collective
right.
Without mentioning the Soviet
Union, he said, "certain Jewish
groups" desiring to maintain
PAUL WALKER
HARRY KATZ
Beth Jacob Eyes
Scholarship Fund
Morris B. Frank, president, and
Miami Beach Councilman Marcie
Liberman, general chairman, have
appointed Joseph Cohen, a direc-
tor of Betn Jacob and president
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, as chairman of the Purim
dinner which will climax the an-
nual educational project of Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Rabbi Stern, spiritual leader of
the synagogue stated that "with-
out the efforts of the Beth Jacob
Congregation, scores of Jewish
children would remain without
any religious training.
The project entails a three-fold
program-establishment of a schol-
arship fund of 135,000 toward the
education of underprivileged chil-
dren; publication of a yearbook;
and the dinner to be held at the
Deauville on Punm night. Sunday.
Mar. 10. at 6 p.m.
Serving as co chairmen with
Liberman are Sam Schwartz, Ben
Gaines, Ben Cohen, Miami Beach
Councilman Bernard Frank, and
Vice Mayor Mai Englander.
Biscayne Federal
Reelects Officers
Officers <'i Biscayne Federal
Savings and Loan Assn. for 1903
,vcre elected at an annual meeting
this week at lTTii Biscayne Blvd.
L\ Albert Ballot was reclecled
president and chairman of the
board.
Others reelected to serve for the
coming year are Chelsie .1. Seller
, chia. vice president and director;
Norton S. Pallot. vice president
and director; Ksther A. Poppell.
secretary and director; Irwin M.
Cassel, treasurer and director; .lo>
eph J. Orr. director; William S.
Shorenstein, director; Dr. Russell
,A. Williams, director; and Harry
, A. BryncT. vice president and man-
a^rr.
Also Earle A. Giddens, assistant
'vice president; Richard Schulman.
assistant vice president; Vernon H.
I Molusky, assistant vice presidenl
and branch manager; Ines Accorn-
cro. assistant secretary; and An-
| gela D. Bowers, assistant trcas
| urer.
Two new officers were added to
the roster. Mortgage loan officer
Walter Heinisch was named assist
1 ant vice president, and Paul J.
JMewbom was elevated to assistant
vice president and branch man-
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9>. gcttUl nrririfcmn
Fridav. lanuarv 25. 1963
Cedars Into Second Year Of Expansion Here
New Half-Million Grant
Will Help Bring Dream
To a Successful Conclusion
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital is
row entering its second year of
operation. The hospital's first
anniversary celebration w a s
marked last November.
Special tribute was this week
paid to the board of trustees
and its chairman. Stanley C.
Myers; E. Albert Pallot. past
chairman of the Development
Fund; administrator. Sanford K.
Bronstein; and Mrs Nathaniel K.
Levin, president of the Women's
Auxiliary.
Cec'ars of Lebabon opened its
doors on November 19. 196f and
to date upward of 5.300 patients
have been admitted and dis-
charged. The hospital has serv-
ed 100.000 meals. Over 2.500 sur-
gical procedures have been per-
formed. More than 575 babies
have been born, including three
sets of twin, one set of triplets,
and 20 premature babies.
Cedars employees now stand at
256 persons. The X-Ray Depart-
Hospital
Executive
In Thanks'
As a second year of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital is launched
well on the way, Sanford K.
Bronstein. administrator, this
week thanked the community of
Greater Miami "for its assistance
and help in making this hospital
a reality in such a short period
of time.
'Hundreds of personal notes
and innumerable telephone calls
attest to the excellent service,
fine nursing care, courtesy, con-
sideration and personal interest
that the patient receives through-
out his stay.
"While we are most eneourag-
by the fine si rvice and pat-
ient care we have been able to
e, we are nevertheless ser-
iously handicapped to the extent
that only the firsl three floor.-.
totaling 108 beds, are in opera-
tion.
"It is our hope that soon we
may be able to complete the up-
per three floors, expanding our
capacity to 282 beds, so that we
may offer the finest medical ser-
vice to the community."
iiient has completed more thai
10,000 x-ray procedures.
Of the total patients admitted
95 per cent have been resident.'
of Dade County, while five pe
cent accounted for transien
and/or tourist admissions.
These statistics of Cedars o
Lebanon's operation during th
past 12 months indirectly retlec
the services rendered by th
hospital to the community. "Ced
ars was built with one though
in mindpatient care," sai
Samuel T. Sapiro. hospital pres
ident. "Patient care is the onl;
reason for a hospital to cxis.
and it is the watchword at Cea
ars."
Added Sapiro: "It is difficul
to describe and amplify the man.
achievements performed by vo.
unteer groups at the hospital
During the past 12 months,
wonderful ideas have come into
reality. The "Tree of Life," an
original carving 9 ft. tall, and 6
ft. wide, is permanently affixed
to the building displaying the
names of all contributors of $500
and over.
"The Women's Division has
four categories for contributors,
Life Guardians, Golden Guard-
ians, Godmothers and Golden
Godmothers. The Lobby Shop
operated by the Women's Divis-
ion is a delightful place to see,
where many gifts from all over
the world may be purchased.
Proceeds are given to the hos-
pital."
The fourth floor, when com-
pleted, will be the Abe Aronovitz
Memorial Heart Pavilion, devot-
ed primarily to the treatment of
heart diseases.
Now, only the first three floors
of the six-story hospital are in
operation, and with 108 beds, the
census has been maintained
throughout the last 12 months at
an average of 85.6 occupied cen-
sus per day,
The upper three floors, total-
ing 174 beds, when completed,
will offer a total of 282 beds.
Cedars of Lebanon last week
was awarded 1590,210 as a grant
toward the hospital's completion
Of its upper three floors. The
sum will go toward the $1,060,420
project announced here to com-
plete the hospital's upper three
floors. The Federal Government
grant was made under the new
accelerated public works pro-
gram of the Area Redevelop-
ment Administration.
Interior view of the lobby of Cedars of Leba- well-lit atmosphere :<">r visitors who wait to
non Hospital features the durable aluminum see their friends and family,
furniture, attractive wall finishes and a cheery,
WAS ORIGINALLY ENVISIONED AS SIX-FLOOR FACUITY
Near-Maximum Capacity Order of Day
As a stall' chartered, non-prof
it institution, Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital now has been in lull op-
eration 14 months. Its doors
opened to the public on Novem-
ber 19. 1961. fulfilling a need in
the community for additional
medical facilities, more hospital
beds, and modern and progress-
ive patient-care.
According to Cedars of Leb-
anon officials, "proof of the crit-
ical bed shortage has been am-
ply demonstrated in these unvar-
nished statistical facts: that the
hospital has been working al
t imum capacity all along
th< 108 beds on the firsl
three floors have been occupied
continually." Cedars was
nally envisioned as a six floor
282 bed facility.
Endorsement and full approv-
al Of the latest drive to complete
the hospital's upper Ihree floors
have been given by the Metro
Dade County Hospital Advisory
Board and the County Commiss-
ioners in their joint resolution
No 7221.
"The problem will not pear with time, On the conti
r j the
ising p ipul cen us. and
the acute req nts -f the
. .1 the ii fii i the nee l>."
Manic) Myers, board
tii man
This i^ a coi .y hospital.
I: stands read; serve, day
- year.
"Bill it .- a gii : mercy with
oi e hand tied ; iind its back.
leting th< pprr three
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Auxiliary a Great Aid tc Cedars' Progress
A patient floor waiting room, where friends and visitors may
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Cedars of Lebanon Hoi
Women's Auxiliary was orj
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charter members for the purpose
of developing volunteer pro-
grams in the hospital and to aid
local civic leader.- in IV
funds drive to .-tart construction.
one of the newest volunteer
groups to be accepted by the
Florida State Hospital Auxiliary
Assn., Cedars Women were
singled out at the Association's
state convention taking place in
Miami Nov. is.
Mrs. Nathaniel K. Levin, pres-
i int of the Women's Auxiliary
these past four years, comment-
ed: "We have been concerned
for many years with careful or-
ganization of our service pro-
grams. We are happj to report
our progress as demonstrated, by
the trebling of the original mem-
bi rahip.
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1961-2, and expect to raise a
similar amount in 1962-3. To the
already well-e.-tabli -lied Life
Guardian and Godmother pro
grams, we have added the new-
concept of Golden Guardian and
Golden Godmother.
"A Golden Guardian is a
woman who has Increased her
gift to $500, and whose bracelet
charm will have a diamond set
into it. A Golden Godmother
is one of the highest designations
accorded to Cedars women con-
tributors. She is a woman who
increases from $1,000 to $2,000,
and whose bracelet charm will
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r three Hours,
i' i a IT ii
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Friday. January 25. 1963
^Jewisti nark/Han
Soviet Hints Threat to Iron Curtain
Jews Who Want to Emigrate Today
Page 9-A

C i-itirued from P*"e 1-A
currenl meeting of the
mi -. in, Mr. [vanov de-
I thai < ryoi e in the So\
m v allov ed i i lea*, e
. it was to
re were an; limitati
n i: m (he So; -1
!i ,\ever, !. ;i jaln criti-
\ interpretation <>1 the re-
11 which would permit unre
tted emigration asserting that
Id create m;i i departures
,ih could have "undesirable
.,; effects
He repeatedly attacked th
Coordinating Board of Jewisli
Organizations, asserting that
Jewish aspects of the issue had
kfceen included in the Ingles re-
'rort "artificially," and that it
. as "regrettable" that the Jew-
i .h coordinating body had man-
ged to "induce" the rapporteur
into "error" by presenting only
slanders" and false accusations
without any basis" against the
icvief Union.
I Ingles report as SUCD does
ske any reference to the
Union in regard to Jews.
i. in one of his country-by-
. reports supplementing the
neipal document, Mr. Ingles
,i summary of informa
n the question relating to
SSR, <|iioting not only the
ijo i also Mrs, Golds Ifeir,
Foreign Minister,
ird to Mrs. Meir, Mr
iiioted her as telling the
I irael's Parliament, in
that during the previous
'.i.:.'..!'. special certify
i ha i been i ?sued bj Israeli
rities i" Jewish families in
let Union, which wished
Israel, but few Soviet exit
had been granted."
'' Ingles cited a statement by
JO which recalled that, in
iT Premiet Khrushchev, of the
Union told Americans vis-
iiim in MOSCOW that "We
allow just anyone to leave
soviet Union. We issue pass
rts to those whose Visits are e\
That Mr. Khrushchev
alluding to Russian .lews was
I J the fact that he had add
1957 statement "We re
though, allowed a i;
i Ol .lews to go to Poland
e knew that many ol them
0 to Israel from there. I
that the time will come
1 Ji 5, or Russians for that
ho want to go to Israel
e to do -o "
It was these references among
:i*rs that angered Mr. Ivanav.
' was also irritated by the fact
' at Mr. Ingles, as a United NI-
MH rapporteur, bad taken sxch
formation against a specific
N member from a non-govern-
lental organization like the
BJO. With "all due respect"
lo such njn-gcvern.iic.ital groups,
i I told the Subcommission, he
jr.sidered it "an abuse of con-
dence to fabricate information
id to bring in calumnies
gainst this cr that country."
He called the Jewish coordinat-
es board "a purely American
istituticn" and said that he was
''isrefore "not surprised to see
:i'at it is the American member
' pports it. He should not
bj the accomplices cf this or-
1 cat ion."
Admitting that "it is a tact that
there arc .lev. u,ho wan| |,, ,,ml.
grate to Israel," the Soviet repre-
' :: "1 his i- true, but
il '- also true that the number of
who want I i emigrate now
much small r than it was be-
iVe should not encourage
m which is intere h I
incr< this number to use
our nissii n as a forum for
1 propagan a."
Mr. Ivanov returned lo the theme
in a second speech, declaring that
the "grave danger" is from racism
and Fascism, and that to intro-
duce such information as that
concerning Jewish emigration
would only distract attention from
that danger.
The Jewish coordinating board
also was criticised by Wojceich
Retrzynski, of Poland, although
in more moderate terms than
those used by the Soviet represen-
tative. He said that the problem
of emigration of Jews trom Poland
concerned only two countries
Poland and Israeland that it was
regrettable that a "private" Jew-
ish organization "without any
mandate" submitted "false infor-
mation" on the matter. He add-
ed that the problem of such emi-
gration was a "delicate" one and
the procedure of bringing the
question of its solution before
public opinion would make that
solution more difficult
The Poh h delegate added that
the de-ire of the Jews to emigrate
to Israel was '/legitimate" and
that he viewed u with sympathy
but that the space given to it in
the report was exaggerated. He
clso said that the problem should
not be included in the categorj ol
n ligii n b< cause Jews want to
. i not on religi tu
grounds but because they were
tally and psj chologically
hed t i thai country.
He referred to a paragraph in
the study which stated that, be-
tween the end of World War II
ard the end of 1952, "perhaps
one-half of the postwar Ruman-
ian Jewish population emigrated
to Israel." He said he could
not see how it could be said that
Jews were still being prevented
from leaving that country, es-
pecially in view of the fact that
"in no country did all Jews want
to leave."
He said such mass departures
were a drain on the economies of
the countries because the emigres
held key positions in the economies
and professions of those countries.
He added that many Jews of Pol-
ish origin in Israel were approach-
ing the Polish consulate to help
them go back to Poland.
The American representative
was one of several defending the
role of the nongovernment organi-
zations Mr. Abrams said such
organizations had a vital role in
the work ol the United Nations
and that he felt it was a good
thing that Mr. Ingles had depend-,
cd not only on information from
governments but also from schol-
ars and non-governmental organi-J
Actions He referred to the Pol-
ish delegate's criticism of the
Jewish coordinating board and
noted that the Jewish group had
been duly certified by the UN
Economic and Social Council.
I'eter Calvocoressl, ol Britain,
said that the question of whether
preventing Jews from leaving a
country was a racial or religious
one had no importance, what was
impi said, was that there
were restrictions against their
1 aving certain countries
Franz Matscb of Austria' said
tin main reason for the exodus of
Jews form. Europe was the crea-
tion of the State Ol Israel. He said
many Jews had been channeled
through Austria and he had had
the opportunity to see the "mag-
nificent work" of the Jewish or-
ganizations, without whose help
no immigration was possible. He
added that for this reason he be-
lieved in the data submitted by
the Jewish coordinating board.
Pierre Juvigny, of France, told
the Subcommission it was cor-
rect to mention specific informa-
tion about places where persons
are forbidden to leave their
country to rejoin their families
abroad. "I, for instance," he
said, "know about Hungarian
Jews that are prevented from
joining their families in Israel.
The problem of Jews being pre-
vented from being reunited with
their famiPes exists; it is a fact;
it can not be ignored. It is up
to Ihe rapporteur to decide ths
best method of exposing this de
facto situation."
The 12-member Subcommissior
will continue Us detailed examina
lion ol the Ingles report torn.
row The Subcommission conve i
ed B VI k ago and u ill eon'.:
i!- sessions until January :!1
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fJewisti FloridFia/n
The Death
Of Olympio
By MAX LERNER
Prof. Manners to Launch Series Here
Sponsored by Brandeis University Club
HUM .-..an.
- '''
I heard and read a good deal about Sylvanus Olympio head
of the little African republic of Togo, and when Lawrence Spivak HB-
ed me last year to help question him on "Meet the Press I readily
agreed He was everything the books had described him to be-hand-
"omT dSinguished. much traveled. muUilmgua.. re.lectiv^ He was
one of the glories ot the new African lea.ership-one o the three or
fir African heads of state who could match the established ones oi
the world in judgment and life experience.
Last Saturday the body of Sylvanus Olympio fell, riddled with bul-
lets a few feet near the American Embassy in Togo, the target of
political assassins who must have deemed h.m notenough of to*
tic too friendlv with the French from whose tradition he had com.
led with the Americans who alone could help his Uttle nation to
survive.

While all the reports are not in. it is not hard to guess at the
roots of the military-political plot which made Olympio its victim.
Togo had its economic problems, for it was scarcely a v.ab c stote,
and Olympio knew it. But even more it had the problem of its en-
vious neighbor. Ghana, which wanted to annex it under the form
of a federal union. When Togo celebrated its independance. in Apiil
I960 there were already thousands of refugees from Ghana who had
fled'to Togo to escape Nkrumahs detention camps. Some of us lelt
Olvmpio had taken a great risk in giving them asylum, but it was a
very human act of risk, and 1 honor his memory for it.
He had to tread lightlv in answering our questions about Nkrumah;
in the TV studio that Sunday in New York. 1 thought it was because
he feared to harden the enmity of the ambitious Ghanese leader. Bur
i see now that he had his own internal political situation in mind, i
For the Opposition group in Togo, which felt Olympio was not mill
tant enough in his Pan-Africanism, was alert for any remark of Ins,
that could be used againsl him.
In the end they managed somehow to penetrate into Togo's tiny
armd force. He was evidently heading for reluge in the American
Emba.ssv when they shot him down. They were foolish as well as
evil men Africa can badly spare the experience and energy ol its
Olymplos, just as it cannot spare the leadership of Leopold-Sedar
Eengher. of Senegal, who discovered and survived B somewhat similar
recent piot against him.

There will be more, not fewer, such plots in the years ahead in
Africa. For that is happening due to the moderate and independent I
African leadership. When it becomes clear that economic and ad-'
ministrative problem, are hard to solve, and that they take patience'
and wisdom and sweat, the easy slogans and the fanatic pas-ions
take over.
Sylvanus Olympio had learned his statesmanship the hard way. by
study and work. He had studied at universities in France and Ger- j
many and at the London School of Economics. He had held an im-1
portant post in the United Africa Company. His plan for Africa was
a sensible one. He felt that there could not be political independ-
ence in Africa unless there was overall African economic cooperation.
What he had in mind was very different from the plan of Nkrumah.
who (like Nasser) offered economic unity to his neighbors at the
price of political independence. Olympio wanted the African states
to learn from the experience of Europe, which had formed the OEEC
the Organization for European Economic Cooperation. We have
seen how Europe ha< flourished under this economic plan. It would;
be much harder for Alnca to achieve it, and it does not have the i
fabric of political order that Europe had. But surely it was a great j
vision. And when Olympio went to Paris and to Washington, it was j
not only to ask for aid for his own little country, but to discuss how !
his grander plan could be put in action.
I don't mean to imply that political assassination is only or char-
acteristically an African instrument for the capture of power. Asia,
the Middle East, and Latin America have had more than their share
of it. Europe itself has contributed a number of classic cases, as
witness a recent book by Major D J. Goodspeed"The Conspirators:
A Study of the Coup D'Etat" (Viking)which recounts the half-dozen
great political plots in Europe from the Serbian one in 1903 to the
Generals" Plot against Hitler at Rastenburg in 1944. and makes absorb-
ing reading.
The surprising fact about Africa is not that there have been so
many conspiracies but that there have not been more. The death of
Patrice Lumumba and the death of Sylvanus Olympio are the tragic
instances. Just as the great economic fact about the new nations is
their undeveloped economies, so the great political fact about them
is their unreadiness for effective government. But both problems can
be met, with wisdom and courage.
Brandeis University Club of
Greater Miami will sponsor, for
the fourth consecutive year, a lec-
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versity faculty members, it was
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Tuesday, 8:15 p.m.. featuring Prof.
Robert A. Manners in an address
on "The Background of Change in
Africa."
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chairman of the School of Soc-
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Manners graduated from Colum-
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at the University of Miami, and
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vJewteii ncrkttan
Friday, January 25. l%o'
Hebrew Educators Alliance Here Made
Affiliate of the National Federation |SSSSftffs
man. Hebrew High School, honor-
"eSU committW includes
Mr>. Zahava Sukenik, Hebrew
Left to right are Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth
Jacob Congregation, as he congratulates Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Merwitzer at a Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizrachi banquet honor-
ing Merwitzer at the Waldman Hotel. Some 300 persons at-
tended the event, naming Merwitzer, who is president of the
Hebrew Academy, as "Man of the Year." Rabbi Stern was
general chairman of the event. Also participating were Max
Hecht, chairman; Rev. Joseph Krantz, president; Sol Rashin,
executive director; and Herman Eisenberg, master of cere-
monies. Rabbis Alexander Gross, principal of the Hebrew
Academy, and Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader of Beth El,
greeted the gathering.
Southeast Region of United Synagogue
To Sponsor Two-Week Education Tour
Rabbi Abraham Karp. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth El. Roches-
ter, N.Y.. will be guest speaker in
the second of a series of lectures
sponsored by the Southeast Region
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica.
Rabbi Karp will discuss "What
American Jewry Needs Most" on
Monday. 8:15 p.m.. at Beth Torah
Congregation of No. Miami Beach.
A question and answer period will
follow.
Jerry Sussman, president of
the Southeast Region, said that
Rabbi Karp will also be speak-
ing at St. Petersburg and Jack-
sonville as part of a Cavalcade
of Adult Jewish Education tak-
ing place over a two-week period
in communities in the five states
comprising the region.
Also taking part in the caval-
cade are Dr. Harry Epstein, Aha-
vath Achim Congregation. Atlanta.
Ga.; Dr. Walter Ackerman. direc-
tor of" the Commission on Jewish
Education. United Synagogue of
America; Rabbi Morris B. Chap-
man. Congregation B'nai Israel.
St. Petersburg, Fla.; Rabbi David
Shudrich, Conservative Congrega-
tion of New Orleans; and Rabbi
Allen Rutchik, director of the
Southeast Region of the United
Synagogue, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Rutchik will be heard at
the first annual conference on
youth at Temple Emanu-El on
Feb. 10. He will discuss "Grow-
ing Religious Gulf Between Gen-
erations."
Rabbi Karp is a graduate of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America. He is the author of the
recently completed "The Jewish
Way of Life."
Hebrew Educators Alliance of
Greater Miami this week announ-
ced that the local organization has
been granted endorsement and af-
onal i'i-I'
bi ev Teachers and Prin-
"1
virl esman for the Hebrew-
hing pr< ion e, I
said "We
work in : Lh<
an ol J< lucation, an i
our a m is to raise the standards
ol our membership.
Rabbi Azulay. who is himself a
descendant of the famous and re-
vered sage and scholar, Chedah.
Rabbi Chaim David Azulay. said
that the Hebrew Educators Alli-
Ecumenical Unit
| Hears Plea
Continued from Page 1-A
j known for his friendship to
Jews, and to all participants in
the Ecumenical Council. "W
hope that the subject treated in
this assembly will find its high
I and noble coronation during the
Ecumenical Council."
Cardinal Bca told the religious
| leaders that his Secretariat would
! propose to the Ecumenical Coun-
i cil a program for every indivi-
dual's freedom of conscience. He
I called religious compulsion, and
particularly the religious wars of
the past, an "aberration of the
principle of love and truth."
The theme of the assembly was
! "love and charity and truth as
the way to the individuals and
, groups." The 500 delegates met
to eat a symbolic dish of fraternity
and Jewish unleavened bread.
ance of Greater Miami now in
dudes some 50 qualified teachers,
ranging from extreme Orthodox to
Reform affiliation.
"Presently, we are working to
increase t!ie pay seals fsr the
Hebrew teaching profe*s;cn
here," Rabbi Aiulay said, "and
ve are also working on a pen-
sion plan, which two congrega-
tions in the area. Temple Bo'h
Sholom and Temple Mer.arah,
have airejdy instituted."
Other officers of the organiza-
tit n include Miss Nettie Goldstein,
Temple Beth sholom. vice presi-
dent; Meyer Samberg, Temple Ner
Tamid. second vice president; Saul
Porush, Hebrew Academy, treas-
urer; Avi Kay, Temple Beth Sho-
lom. secretary; and David Freed-
Bermaii.
raelite Center; rtirsch
Beth David: and Menachem SchuT,
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January 25. 1963
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Page 13-A
Iyings of fathers
,rkc Aboth, Chap II, 3
L- piarfaA in your relations
the ruhng power; for they
L ,, :; ifrjic no mail near
f: except for their own infer-
ring as friends when u
i u,h artr-iyr. thex
I iot bj j man '" ''lf '

th, Chap. II. 5
Separate not thyself j
Run on, rru\t not in
Sn ol neeaL of jhl
Freedom Depends Upon
Reaching for Higher Goals
lamt a
iK-eliaioHS <*L~ife
j'ellou'-ntim uutii
into "i. plua\ and
hi) h ijunot be
once in the fiorc
. :.:' I n cJler
W h i-ii / hare
i reliance thou
-are.
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Hebrew Academy
Tim road to attaining indivi-
fhe"j"av o/ iliv death. dual and national freedom has
been a long and arduous one. From
the beginning of creation, man
has grappled with the problems
aining or losing his freedom
the greatest n iven to him by
the Almighty.
Throughout history, this con-
flict has assumed different forms.
At times, it was a battle for econ-
omic rights, civil liberties, or soc-
ial equality and political freedom.
In our own day. the rise of the
newly-formed African states indi-
cates the lon road we have yet
lo travel to attain basic national
independen.ee. The constant strug-
gle for civil rights in this country
is ;i blatanl example of the goals
in be reached in an ideal demo-
cratic state.
The roadblocks to freed.mi.
and the Struggles involved, so
S.r
vices
*J li i s H/e e h e n d
csiion
rue?
$**
ABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
the afternoon prayer ser-
\e called Minchah?
of reasons are offer-
use ol the name "Mm
designate the afternoon
Nachmanides (Coir.men-
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i
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avt.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
'V^,,,:..:; .r',;.,...1;,'-- .asss gems of wisdom
B '." :i.ni. Sermon: "The Tim e
Exile* i p.m. Vi.lili-h led in i | [hi
"JSxlle I-'; nil. ,
----- you show forgiveness
BETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. L'pson.
i v :lj |j.m. Sal n naj 9 a.m.
Bar Mltsvah; Uary, -"> ol Mr. and
Mra. .I.i. k !'. n; .
Add nol sin to sin
{II i-llCs.V
IPO) KVl'HA.
anting on
Bl s 5IRA.
RABBI AliXANSW CROSS
. vision of Sinai
i is explains thai ll clearly described in the Sedra ol
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schilf.
Fi |da> in ii rid JO p m. Sermon:
'Our Spare in in. World." Sal n
day 8:30 a.m. Sermon: ''Moses -The
Ai'ri. in I ,ibei i.n inn."
---- -----
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
!'. iday K:l.1 p m. Sei \ I duel -
il bj Ann i. hi"" i mi e. i K.iii-
iiM w ii /.. \ Ian and I..U i j Win
Saturda) IS .i m.

BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
.\ .".: I" i
Sei in' n -'ii- Patriots and the
I \\.....is."

when you pray,
i in you.
the
hrillinnca nf the thi- week. ;il'e a Case ill punt. Here we See pictured in a very colorful' BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
(H 1111.1.HI UI lilt .. __ t aw*, rirthnrin* R.nihi Tihur f.lil-e Hie oiiiiKinie 01 me ------ -....... -"- ------"r_""......."i'""."l^~"vh1 I ave. Orthodox. Rabbi T.bor Stern.
les in the afternoon that letting the drama 01 a nation of slaves rising to emancipation, nie cantor Maurice M.imches.
irm Minchab" is used, it Israelites, a mass of bondsmen secure in their status and subjects of p.m. ,^"ljll;l-iv1,;,;':1;,1,,;"
possibly stem from a He- slave psychology, are reluctant to leave the whip of the tryant. rtiey, ,1n. ,iiui,. u.,--. 11. son ol Mrs.
descend" I doubt the words of Moses their Redeemer and are afraid to barter | :><" their modest personal security for an unknown concept of freedom | EETH kodesh 1101 sw 12th ave.
("the sun begins to go, a concept which they as slaves cannot comprehend. Mod^rn^radltlom,!.
I rout meaning "to
go down" and the implica-
the afternoon. Others say I How did Moses overcome-the Israelites' resistance to embrace na-|
Cpression "Minchah" refers tionhood, to envision Godliness and to appreciate freedom and equal-
per the spice offering or the I ity?
I offering which was offered | The doubt planted should motivate a desire for a better life, a
temple after the afternoon; higher existence, and further, noble aspirations. How paradoxical
bacrifice. A spice of fering, that Moses speaks of a Torah on Mount Sinai, and the acceptance of
|led Minchah in the Jible a set 0t exalted. Godly principles ot a people subjected to the drudges
of slavery and affliction!
However, Moses the great liberator, knew that only the flash of
a Sinai vision could be the force to draw his people out of their leth-
argic acceptance of slave status. Educating for freedom is a slow-
process. And it took Moshe Rabenu forty painful years to prepare
his people for nationhood before entering the Promised Land.
It is well to learn that true freedom, both on the individual and
national level, can be achieved not by acceptance of the status quo,
prn during the daily wMk- j hut rather by constant striving and reaching toward higher goals.
afternoon prayer service J ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^__^_^__^
inchah) at they r* worn
ring the) morning service
charith?)
main reasons are offered,
lit is maintained that since
lfillin require a purely clean
Irihially speaking) it is very
rt under today's living con-
for a man not to have lm-
himself during his daily I
In the morning, upon
its 16:15). Also, the meal-
after the daily sacrifice
L'd Minchah (Exodus 29:4).
prayer would represent
rei noon offering daily in the

it that the) Tefillin are not
cAmow Uour {-congregations
Tho Hebrew Acadomy
In September, 1947, the Hebrew
Academy opened its doors with a
"' ""- '""""'SL/H kindergarten and first grade, con-
1' S in" tha, ho can *-*ing of 15 *** Kour >earS
s himself so that he can 1 ,, ,nt, ,u .,
a state of ritual purity at j tcr. >n ^b^JJ' J" ""j
11 the beginning of the day ^rpw Academy VWlta fig
he goes out to his daily rm .th ^^Jt\?Zm'LP,t\
sunset and^. Tcffilin art-
worn after sunsetthus at
(iminated.
|ermore, some claim that
aire Tefillin in the after-
Irvice, would make it nec-
is most difficult if a
ccupation carried him far
im home.

iTimnjii
es r UUttSifi Srten^roSX eighth grade.
h iSJiSK"the iTgin'-'with .record enrollment of more
than 170 pupils.
In 1951. realizing the full poten-
chah services the Tefillin futurehj,e"1"rKct of
,n.,.,. Academy purchased a tract of,
land in a residential neighborhood
upon which to erect a new school.
A bitter battle ensued through
the courts, zoning boards and
or a man to go home tojCJ Coimcjl. The school finally
" succeeded in obtaining the pres-
ent piece of land upon which the
Academy is now built.
' The Academy is proud to state
that this year it commenced the
school term in its new million
dollar edifice with student en-
rollment of 360 boys and girls.
The student body comes from the
Greater Miami areaHollywood.
South Miami, and North Miami
Registered in the school are also
six South American students.
The Hebrew Academy is a mod-
ern co-educational Day School. A
non-profit, communal sponsored
arid communal-supported school,
it was founded with one primary
This page is prepared in
cooperation with the Spiritual
Leaders of the Greater Miami
Ktibhinicul Assn.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCH1TZ
Coordinator
Contributor:
RABBI SOLOMON SCII1FF
Gems of Wisdom
IISI I.
. L.I'J.I .i:

\s$ sy

*. 1 y-
t flPf9H
1 m j
Board of Education, supplemented
by courses in dramatics, music
appreciation, public speaking, as
well as studies in civic and com-
munal responsibility.
The syllabus and the textbooks
of the Academy are those used
by public schools of Dade County.
Teachers are licensed by the State
of Florida, and are not necessar-
ily of the Jewish faith.
The Hebrew Academy has no in
tention of supplanting the public
school system. The public school
caters to the great majority ol
the children of the country, who
find in its program of study the
answer to their educational needs.
However, as members of a reli-
gious group, the Academy also
carries the responsibility to be-
queath the Jewish cultural reli-
gious legacy to its youth.
it was lounaea 1C h""* .. .____
purpose: to offer to children of The founders of the Academ>
The community a rich and cul- were motivated by the resolve
tural educational program syn- that one cannot grasp the dee,
ihesisine American and secular; significance and the philosophy of
52g in conjunction with a America and its institutions un,
comprehensive Hebrew education- less one has learned to appreciate
al program during the regular the values of he Bible and the
school hours between 8:20 a.m. teai
and 3:55 p.m.
The English curriculum con-
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "The ln-
evltable Problem*." Mr. and Mr*.
Ilenjamln Kawaller will boat the
uneg Bhabbat. Saturday 8:48 a.m.
s.Miuiii: "I*el Mi People Qo!"
si. al. -'1 s. mii.s .) p.m. Bermon:
"Modern Plagues."
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph F. Rackovsky.
Kruiay j::u> p.m. Saturday s;3u a.m.
Sermon: "Control 11.- Snmkea whirh
Polaon the Jewish Ideals." 4:3"> p.m.
Bermon: "lilblical Portion of tlio
Week."
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
ii.i urn
PVIday I'M p.m. Sermon: ISO t
Bverybod)*." New members will be-
hoaored. Saturday s:<."> a.m.
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
C/onservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:*0 p.m. I>r. Mari'ie KU In.
psy.hiauisi. will discuss the role nf
the husband and wife In AjneiiCS
today. Saturday s:i-, a.m. Bar MltS-
vah: Jacob, son of Mr. and .Mrs.
Howard Winer.
-----
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1401 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emanuel Mandel.
lYidav s:i". p.m. Sermon: "Kahiiis
,,f Today and Y. st.rday." Satur-
th. Week." Bar Mltsvah: Perry.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Header.
----- -----
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi Daven Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
PVlday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Moses,
the Leader." Ones Shabbat host*:
Mr. and Mrs. Many Cerotkln in hon-
or of daughter, Muriel. Bmturdaj
'.' a in.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANUEL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
Friday 7:4i p.m. studenta of tin-
Relbjiou School "ill participate in
the service Ones Bhabbat host:
Mrs. Rose Brown.
----- -----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Karl Marx and Religion." Satur-
daj 8:45 am.
| ;','f. and tlien.
%(.iu ntw will be
in n 8IRA.
*
Each mghl before retiring for-
gir whomi '<1"-
'. HI K B. VI "11 I.

The most beautiful thing man
>
I 1 EAZER B. IL'DAH.
t t *
As
rALMUD.

TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
structionist. Rabbi Morris Skop
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
Krida* I"' 1' "' Sermon: ro i.
, r Sol i" Bi Thai i- the Uui Btlon.
sutunlas l" a.m. Bar Mltsvah: I ai-
,,|,|. son' of Mi. and Mrs. Sol LasMTi
----- -----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 MW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei. ,
Friday :80 p.m. Bermon: *>**>
th,. Model lander." Saturday .
a.m. Bar Mltsvah; Robert fceslle,
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Kobrln.
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving.
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday S:3U p.m. Sermon. Vld.iisn,
What of Us future;" BWujjwr
a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Louis SUla^aon
of Pr. and Mrs. Slra.-n J. >vr.
Robert, son of Mrs. Anne KeilT-
TEMPLE ISRAEL* 137 NS 111 St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein. -
Friday 8:*S p.m. sermon. f "-
Union' a Crutch?"
temple judTa* 320 Pa'ermV-a.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mortfecal
Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown-
Friday s i"" ?ermo.n,: ,T^t Jl l>
Van wink!.- ot the Talmud. SWt-
urdas 10:80 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Mara
"la,,', son Of Mr. and Mrs-. Je.om
Tail.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
Friday 1:18 P-m. .Saturda] *;m.
Sermon: "The Portion of the I-<
Bar Mluvahi Simon, son ol Mr. and
Mis. Nathan Cohen.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labov.tz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ,..,,.
FYldaj 8:18 p -. Babbl .*>bpvjt
will review "Their Brother s Keep-
ers." bv Philip Friedman, satui.iay
a 15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: UoU-m. sa.n
ol Mr. and Mrs. William l'asternik.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. .
Friday B l P m .^^^KPnJdi"
review "The Wild Goats of Bin Qdl
by Herbert Welner.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 ^amorajyt-
Rabbi Herschel Brooks. Cantor
Ben Zvi.
ard.
TIFERETH ISRAEL,
ave. Conservative.
For
HIS MtRWRZER
rew Academy presidenf
(onus to ihe requirements i
5cribed by the County and i
ii is well-known that it was He-
braic mortar winch helped to ce-
i the foundations of American
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. TEMp,E ZION
Orthodox. Rabbi Dav.d Lehrf.eld. : T|MnP^rEvat^ve.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5:S0 ami 8:18 p.m. sermon:
"Judaism at the Crossroads." fcsjt-
urday s:i" a.m. Bermon: "Miracles
in Bsypt."
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MINYONAIRES. 3737 Bird rd. Mod-
ern Traditional.
Saturday a.m. Daily S a.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Fridaj 8:16 p.m. Bermon: The ln-
sredienta of Anarch) mes Shab-
ii.u hosts Mr. and Mrs Morris Coh-
en, on birth of daughter NataUe Ann.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold QlnsberS. on
birth of son, Heiberti Mr. and Mrs
William Mais, on birth of Bicky
Alan. Saturday a.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodner.
1- rlda\ i U) p m, Sermon: \ i wee
f,.i iiuii's Spirit to Dwell." Saturday
11:15 a in. v-;r Mltsvah Martin,
-on of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Blank
I'eter, son of Mr. and Mrs Louis
llatoff.
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
- rin "ii Thi .-l'ir-
i \
,..111"
Sermon: "Time and
Ktern'itv." Saturday 8: s m. Bar-
mon: "Punlshlns <" Oppreu.
5720 SW 17th st.
Rabbi Alfred Wax-
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantr
Friday 8:10 p.m. Bermon: by
!!..' sisterhood will Host the One*
Ethabbat, Saturday v a.m.
TORAH TEMPLE* "1204 West ave.
Modern-Traditional. Rabbi Louis A.
Cassel. Dr. Abraham M. Cassel.
YEHUDAH MOSHE-13630 W. Dxla
hwy Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu
l ridav 8:16 p.m. Sermon Leaning
52 Sbrns." 'sist.,!,-!..! will host the
Ones Shabbat. Bmturdaj I a.m.
r......
CANDLEUGHTMG TIME
29Tebet 5:41 p.m.
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Page 14-A
In* #c#> nrfi>*rs*n
Friday, January 25,
Browsing Wif/i Boofcs: By HIIARY MINPLIN
Truth, Stranger Than Fiction, is Therefore Not Creative
THE MAN WHO PLAYED GOD. By Robert St. John.
447 pp. New York: Doubltday. $5.95.
THE BOOK IS ostensibly fiction, the story of a
prominent Hungarian Jew who took it upon him-
self to negotiate with the Nazis in order to buy free-
dom for some 1.700 of his people, while the balance
of 800.000 Hungarian Jews were being gassed and
burned in the Auschwitz crematoria. Thus the book
rests on what is essentially a moral dilemma, a
simple question ol right or wrong: if all are doomed
anyway, may the many definitely be sacrificed so
that a few may definitely be saved? And lurth-?r:
may one man choo.se who shall live, and who shall
die?
Dr. Kastner Recalled
Says Robert St. John, a former Associated Press
foreign correspondent who looks rather like a
twinkly-eyed Commander Whitehead. and is the
author of fourteen books, including a biography of
Ben-Gurion: "I intended this as an Everyman story,
which would pose the question: What would I have
done if I had been in his place?'"
But of course it is not an Everyman story. It
is the story, exact in nearly every important detail,
including the Israel trial and subsequent assassin-
ROBERT ST. JOHN
. .*. no judgment
,
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Three Leading Nazis May Leave Spandau Soon
Washington
THREE LEADING NAZIS, still confin-
* ed at West Berlin's Spandau wai
crimes prison, may go free if the Unit
ed States heeds clemency appeals b\
the West German Red Cross. The crim
inals are Rudolf Hess, once Hitler's tor
deputy; Baldur von Schirach. the fana
tic Hitler youth leader: and Albert Speer
Reichsminister of armaments and muni
tions.
at
The international Nuremberg tribunal desisted from
sentencing von Schirach and Speer to death.only because
their testimony helped incriminate the other Nazis on
trial. Without their self-serving testimony, both would
have surely been executed. They received 20 years each
with the expectation that this time would not be reduced
by a single day. Hess escaped death because of a mental
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Mona Lisa Smile
->lu|AZEL TOV.
MB
We have a dis-
tinguished visitor in America
a 459-year-old ladythe Mona
Asa. Her. coming has again stir-
i'd the age old question about
hich innumerable articles have
een writtenwhy the smile on
er face?
The same question was put
bout a painting of Daniel in the
me lions apparently are about to make
a meal of Daniel, but he stands there smiling. Some
have said that the reason for it is that Daniel fig-
ured, well, anyway, he wouldn't have to make an
after dinner speech.
Another theory is that Daniel was happy he
wouldn't have to listen to one.
In the case of the Mona Lisa. I have never un-
derstood what all the questioning is about. The
reason why the Mona Lisa is smiling, is very ob-
vious. It's Friday night. What more need be
said?
On Friday night, as the Sabbath is welcomed,
we chant "Lecha Dodi"Come, my Bride." The
mother of the house traditionally is supposed then
to meet her husband, coming from the synagogue
with a smile, and the husband, in the real pious
home, will recite "Ayshe's Chayil," from the Bible,
praising the virtuous woman. So why shouldn t she
smile?
Should she sigh instead? In the Talmud, there
is an intere-ting discussion about sighing. Rav said,
"Sighing breaks half the body," In support of this,
he quotes a Biblical verse, "But thou, son of man,
do thou sigh as with broken bones."
However, Reb Jochanan differs. He contends
that sighing breaks not half the body but the entire
body. The verse in the Bible which Rav quotes
about "the broken loins," he argues, only means
that the damage starts with the broken loins, but
it spreads through the entire body.
As the popular son- has it. "There are smiles
that make us happy. And there are smiles that
make you sad." There" are many varieties of
smiles. There are -miles of friendship, and also
Miuies oi deceit, there are smiles of happiness and
smiles of pain.
condition which may have been feigned. He was sen-
tenced to life imprisonment.
The German Red Cross told American officials that
only a few years remain to be served by von Schirach
and Speer. Hess is described as a pitiful victim of psy-
chiatric disturbances, who should be allowed to spend
his remaining years in freedom.
United States authorities were asked to extend spec-
ial consideration to the three. The Soviet Union Still
has a say at Spandau prison, owing to the old four-power
agreement. But America is urged to find a formula to
remove the prisoners from Russian tyranny."
After dissolution in 1948 of the four-power Control
Council in Germany, there was no supreme authority
which could grant clemency to the last inmate at Spandau.
The German Red Cioss thinks the age of these final
three major prisoners should be considered, and that
compassion is indicated. American officials seem to
agree. German public opinion is depicted as feeling
that continued imprisonment of men who served Iheir
country and fought Communism is inhumane. Indeed,
the only people who seem to care very much arc the sur-
vivors of the Nazi oppression which these three helped
conceive and implement.
The Jewish War Veterans of the l.SA. has served
notice in Washington that too many lives were snuffed
out by Nazi bestiality to grant further charity to leading
Nazis. The JWV noted that some rebellion- youths, in
various countries, are becoming enchanted with neo-
nazism. How can they be convinced how terrible Nazism
was when we are asked to have compassion for the sur-
viving Nazi leaders?
Justice Robert H. Jackson, in the summation speech
for the American delegation at Nuremberg, referred
specifically to the three. He said -the zealot lies- .
was the engineer tending the party machinery, passing
orders and propaganda down to the leadership corps, sup-
ervising every aspect of parly activities, and maintain
ing the organization as a loyal and ready instrument of
power Von Schirach, poisoner of a generation, initiat-
ed the German youth in Nazi doctrine, trained them in
legions for service in the SS and Wehrmacht. and de-
livered them up to the party as fanatic, unquestioning
executors Speer secretly marshalled the entire econ.
omy for armament, but had no idea it had anything to
do with war."
foreign News leffer By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
ation, ol Dr. Rudolph Kastner. Dr. Kastner ,. -|
the man who, in his own view and thai (,i M.|.,
others, risked his life to save as man;
Jews as hi could In the eyes of his accusers,
he ci Hal orated with the Nazis by lullh bull of
Hungary's Jews Into passive death in o to ave
his friends family and a chosen few, ...
ince ;t involved Jewish Agenc;
rocked Israoi right up to the Prime 'v.. er
also the substance of Hen Hecht'i "Pi ri
allog, d tual, is nearly at fictioi .
r pom: of view, as St Ji
.! i : Igl :"'Hlt.
Reality is Strangling
Here, however, names and places an charged
protecting innocent and guilty alike. One is ptizderi^
in fact, by the complete absence of any reference
to the obvious source of the "story." The oook is a
Literary Guild selection for February, bul the Guild
"Review" does not mention the real basis; neither
does the book jacket, nor the publisher's release.
And yet it is precisely the Kastner skeleton, still'
rattling around in the moral closet, which gives
backbone to the hook and lends it whatever \ahie
it may have.
This is because, taken as it is, not quite fact uor
yet quite fiction, the novel begs its point: it equiv-
ocates; it doesn't smack home. It is not sure, I
think, where home is. Like all fictionalized ac-
counts of real occurrence "Exodus" and "Mila
18" are cases in point the requirements of adher-
ing to reality strangle the book dramatically Truth
may be stranger than fiction, but it is rn-t as cre-
ative and therefore not as symbolic.
The famous attempt to trade 10.000 trucks for
one million Jews, which stands even now as the
great symbol of the dilemma (how do you weigh the
lives of one million persons against the prolongation
of the war?), and which might have served the book
philosophically, gets lost, along with other great
question-, in the minutia of the story.
An Objective View
Mr. Si John, who is a good. hont--t reporter
throughout the book reflects the bewilderment
of the Israeli jurist.-, who first brought in a verdict
for Kastner's accuser, and then, when he was
dead, exonerated him on appeal. His Kastner. whom
h calls Andor Horvath, is a man of ambivalent
character who saw himself as the clever, courageous'
savior ol several thousand Hungarian .1* -> and did
not agonize unduly over those whom he could not
save The book, while sympathetic to Horvath.
nevertheless remarkablj objective about him. If
it makes anj point, it is that it can make no judf
nient.
The wary will see, of course, that tl is itself
a jud| n i
THE GAP BETWEEN US
..: 7
da hi bul on
. He and thott like
tide of the />-... m/i
li i W .i out tide are i
They em affo
n ethics, we only fear death We
ive and to we ihmk that
Th i the wr bi
ad a way 10 In..:., .:
III! MAN \\ III) PLATO <-0D.

Israel's Leading Issue Today: TV or Not TV?


Jerusalem
THE DEBATE ON the intro-
' duct ion of Television in Is-
rael is still in full swing. The
debate now centers on the ques-
tion of educational TV only, for
the establishment of which the
Rothschild Foundation has ear-
marked a considerable sum of
money. However, it is ge era
ly assumed that once the chan-
nels are thrown open there
would be no holding back and
that within a short space of
time Israelis would join the worldwide TV audiences
Jiuj the preset objections voiced to the linn- Z ne
of educational r\ to a great extent stem from ,i ,,,
ration, and fear, that it would m fad become
runner to general TV. wu int
To be loubU have been expressed, both bv edn
caional quarters and in the K ,.'? '"l
value of and the benefit, to b.
Ml
tion. Some Knesset members quoted from a UNESCO
i< port thai TV lessons do not adequately compensate for
the tune they steal" from the classroom; others point
out that TV necessarily used "standard" lessons and
not tailored to the needs of specific classes.
Mr Bban, in an interview, this week, said it was
""' tear of innovations that was at the bottom of the
objections raised. This, he said, was both surprising and
unacceptable in a country like Israel, faced, as it is. with
si en complex educational problems. Mr Eban cited I
number ..i educational TV programs he had recently view-
ec n the 1 S.A., Britain and France and which had im-
"'; hoc- greatly. In Britain, he said, the number of
scnools utilizing educational TV rose in the space of a
cw years from 80 to 6.000. Said Mr. Eban: Surely. ith
is limited teacher manpower and its inability to provide
"I with tli,. necessary instruments. Israel could
TV than cou
hr.,,,,,,, .....' ..s.iary losirumeo
UCh more from instructional
4-S. or Britain, it has pr<
fry it out here?
proven succ
essfJ
mi.'o'! ,,l';'" ",;" '"'"P' ,0 conceal his I
attitude l eneral TV.


A&aj. January 25. 1963
*. Urn. i** rirvrirf* >ir
Pcfge 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
r .-TIT'OVS NAME LAW
, ': IS HEREBY OIVKN thai
,,. dgncd, dollim! to ongaKc 111
"' ,; .p i. ...- fictitious nalll. of
. COMPANY ill KM I
'.,,." -ii" '. Miami i>'li, Florida, In-
-.,i.i naiM with tin
the Circuit Court <>f Dade
?,B^l/HrKATZd EltNA KATB
\ mtii
1/4-11-18-13
-.-in.: -
.;.-.CE 8* PUBLICATION
the C.RCCtT COURT OF THE
L EvE'.TH JUOICtAL CIRCUIT OF
rtct.OA IN AND FOR DADE
. NTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 62C 11062
I .1 X, ./..
' I
,. Rl -/. NIXKZ.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
...... -n:i." PEREZ Nl'XKK.
iilai t
Knero si4::
|rn Mil UMW I'mviiu .
'.' .' h< leb) notified thai i IIHI
loi l i<.!. i- has be< n
...i you. and you are r.-
.ii.- copy of yodr An-
. linn tn the BIB of Com-
iii. plaintiff's ai ti rite) .
I'oLIc.vsTRO, Ksy.. I?:.
K Miami 85, Florida
Wa ii, ......iKinal Answer or Plead.
f office of the Clerk of the
[ rt on or before t he 12th
...i v. IBM. n you fall to
.. ill l.y default Will 1"
, i foi the i ellef de-
ihe Hill of Complaint.
. -h..H be publlahed onci
four consecutive v. l>-
wish FLORIDIAN.
i,si tND ORDERED hi Miami.
I this 9th day of January,
I\
LKATHERMAN, Clerk.
ii i i .!'!. Cpunty, Florida
lly: K M. I.YM.VN.
i < put) i lerk
i ii-is-i5.; i
menu
BY HENRY LEONARD
"I'm sorry, Rabbi Nubkirt. I can't come to services
tonight it's the only time we could find for
our temple board meeting."
_________________ _____ Cm. 1MJ. Poxmi titiwf.ii
LEGAL NOTICe
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
I CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
"TH ..DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOe CADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 13767
K \ 1*7.,

K \TZ.
i~f.-nd.uit.
sfTiCE BY PUBLICATION
VORToS K at/.. Defendant
Pennsylvania Avenue
. (I) ii. N. w York
irk i:i>ji 1 m;i mi v. a
. hi \.,-m.i to the i 'ompluint
. ..ii the Plaintiff's attorn-
U >N V KRIKOM AN. Ull
I illdltut, Miami SS, Florida,
I I i is the original Anavri r In
.....of th.' tMerit of the Clr-
j t, un or before the lib da)
ary, I9R; olhel ;. the ;
tot Divorce heretofore fll-
. Ill '. taken a- confi --' '1 I
fi \ .,i mi .mi. Dade County,
... L'Ttii day of i moor,
It. LKSTIIERM \N
of i!.. i Mn-uil Court,
County, Florida
. I- COPELAXD
IN Clerk
1 l-ll-lX-SS
NOTICE UNDER
ITITIOUS NAME LAW
l.s HKI'.KKY I1IVKX thai
i. in.: to .n ik.- ill
. : till flelili" IUM IIS in.' "f
\ KSKftY at Route I.
II.......,-i. an, l !! Mil Inu i"1
il<| nan with Ihe Clerk
i : i ', i! ,.i l >aI. Count) .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS* HEREBY fllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in iiu-in. >- under the fictitious name
of YV-I'l'.x :ii Ma. Arthur Causeway,
Miami Beach, Florida Intend* to reg-
ister said iiiiiin uiiii the Clerk of the
Circuit Court "i Dade County, Flor-
Ida.
HOi'NSAVILLE OF Ml \mi
UEACH, IXC. (a Fla Cori> )
Nile i\v n.-r
KKSSI.EI". A OARS
Attot n. \ t for Applicant
1998 s VV. let Mr. .1
' i l-lft-25, 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK 1> HEREHY tllVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engugi In I
bushiest in..i.i Hi. fictitious name "f
Tfl.SA APAITTMF5NTH at ''". Menorei
Avenue, Coral <; ii. 1 -.-. FlorUhi Intend |
I,, register said name with th* Clerk
,,f th. i H Court of Dad. inty,
Florid i
M.i.i.i i:i'-iu:i.
ill LIE E1CIIEI.
ii in l.I:l: i- KOI.TNO*
Attorney* ii.i Ail,.li A 'Pilli.- Eiuht-I
1 li'ii Kim ii> Be Itulldini
Miami, l
I ll
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
IN CHANCERY
No 63C 281
DEL KEY,
MKI.QCIAKES I
i'luintlff,
\'S.
IRENE KARAN DEL REY.
i Mfendant.
TO: IRENE KARAN DKL REY
;:... \v.--i r..iiiv Avenui
Chicago, Illinois
Yin. IRENE KARAN DEI. RfcY,
t:h. w.st Barry Avenue, Chlouro,
Illinois, are required to file your an-
xwer to the c<>nii>i.iint for Divorce,
with the Clerk ot <> above Court,
and nerve a copy thereof upon Olno
P. Nearettl. Attorney, sn-n Con-
arena I'.iiiu., Miami, Florida on or
before th.- i:th day of February. I9t,
,,r ^is.- complaint Will be taken an
I'unfeseed.
Dated January "'
K 1!. l.KATHKK.MAN
Clerk of tin- circuit Court
ls,:il> l:v: K M I.YM.VN.
Deputy Clerk
1/11-18-2:.,! i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 373
MAHItY KOHEL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LOCI8E T. SOU EL,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: I.I'IISK T. ROBEL
RIG 1 >.nnls Place
' i.iinii'ii. New Jevaay
Y'ou are hereby notiiini thai .i Bill
of Complaint for Divorce haa bean
111,^1 iikiiiinst >..ii, and you are re-
quired to aerva i* copy of your An-
awer or Pleading to the mil of Com-
plaint on the I'l.-ilntiii".- attorney.
N'ORMAN s. p.m.i.ot, ..mi Inarabam
llulldliur, Miami, Florida and rile the
original Anawer or Pleading in the
office of tin Clerk "f the circuit
Court on or before the l'.'th day of
lebruary, inaS. li you f;ill to do so.
judgment h) default will be taken
iiiiln-t you fi r the relief demanded in
ihe Bui of 'omplalnt.
This notice .-hall be publlahed once
. ii.-li week for four consecutive .-.ks'
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami, I
Florida, this liih day of January,
A.D. I::::.
!;. B, LBATHERMAN, clerk.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(-...li By: N. A. HBWETT
[Jeputy Clerk
I li.".",, 2/l-s
eN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58233-A
IN RE: Estate of
BETTE BETA NO ll'RT
1 ',-i eaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit! m and All IVis.n- llav-
1 liii: ciiiinis or Demandn Agalnel S:ii.i
Estate
N ,.u Bre herebj notified and in -
I quired to present an) clalnu ami ih -
mantis whii-h vou may have :o::iiiisi
Hi. estate of BETTE BETANCOl'RT
Id.eeased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the sa..... in their offices
in th-- County Courthouse In Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th juniriAi nory t >n and
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
bi i. >- <- .. v
No. 62C 1379
KI.Aiil.KK FEDERAL SA VINOS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
Plaintiff,
Vs.
RUBEN RODHIOl'EZ MAItlCMAt.
and MARGARITA MARICIIAI.. his
wife, ,-t a I.
Defandanta.
TO: RUBEN KOI'UH ;ik/. MARI-
CIIA1. and MARGARITA MAR
ICHAI-. his wife, if alive, and
if dead, then -all unknown heirs.
devleeoa, grant aea, aaatgnooa,
linn'.rs. creditors r otherwise.
claiming by, through, under ur
against the said RCIIEN ROD-
HIGl'KZ MARICIIAI. and MAR-
GAR1TA MARICHAL, his wif ;
and Rgalnat all other parties
having "i" claiming to have :uiv
right, title "r interest in th.-
propert) herein described.
YOC ARE HEREBY NOTUIED that
:i complaint for ForocJoaure of Mart-
gage hail been Mod against you on
the following described property, to-
wit:
Lot S3, Block 23. ..f SECOND AD-
I ilTIi >N Ti \V K S T II A V F. N
HEIGHTS according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in PUtt Rook 6i>,
at ran. 67, of the Public Records
of Dade County, Florida, together
with Improvements, fixtures and
appliances contained therein, a^ So-
scribed in aald mortgage,
and ->'.ii in*, hereb) required to serve
.i copy of >..u!' Answer ti tho Mid
plaint on the Attorne) for th
I'liiiniiff .mil file Ihe Original Answer
in the i iffloe of the Clerk of the Clr
cult Court on or before the 4th day
of February, 1963: otherwise, the .
legations "i said Complaint will '"?
taken as confessed by you.
DATED: This :'Mli day of Decem-
ber, l'.''.:'
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida
By c P. COPEUAND
Deput) Clerk
MARKS, KEITH A MACK
Attorneys for Plaintiff
11! N.E Flrsl Str..t. Miami. Florida.
i i-ii-t--:'".
ih, date ol the
ireof, or the same
first
will
mi.mils from
publication h
be barred.
FRANCES BLl'MGARTEN
Administratrix
BERNSTEIN .x MILLER
Attorney for Administratrix
III l Congress Building
Miami, I lorida
l S3, 2 I -H-li
I
VRLES r MITCHELL
ISl H MITCIIEU.
I la ii. rs
. .x GOLDEN
. : i '. r-
lluildina
. 111.,
1 I8-Su, -' 1-8
T(-E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
- ."..DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
> IADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 3C 12
. VT<>NK'ORTEGA.
I I'm ." 'I'.
! yt'RTMHA.
.lant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
. nK1 EGA
r.i T.i res
: .1 Sir, i
Bronx. X. \ York
>V ARE hereb) notified tb.it a
hplal-it for I4voroe bava been fllod
i..i, ami yon are hereby re-
IV.- a copy of your Aii-u.i
lie Complaint on the Plaintiff* .>i
; ESTER KOOERH, Those ad-
'".1 N T. I lih Street. Miami.
....."el in.- the original of your
.- i. the office ..I the (Merk of
-i.tli Judicial Circuit In and
''.I. County, Florida, on or bo-
th! -uli da) of February. IMS,
i wh h the Complaint will
- ,-i i. -^.-.i by you.
F't'.'. the .nil du) of January IMI
I!. LEATHERMAN
i- k of the Circuit ('..mi
B) : K. M. I.Y.MAN.
DepUl) Clerk
i l-ll-lS-SS
a
gagi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 63"C 405
IM.ACI.n: FEDERAL SAVlNtiS VND
LOAN A.-S'" IATION <>\-' MIAMI.
PLili .
\ s,
i;< ii s ii.i i ; 'iMNi:/. ami AI 'i-:i. \
;i i| >INEZ, in.- wife, et si,
11. Pendants.
NOTICE TO APPEAR
Ti lUJlHiLFO GUI >INKZ and Al >KLA
liINEZ, hi- wife, ii iili\.. iiml
ii di .ol. then i>It unkno* n heirs,
devisees, u inteoa, assignees, li. inns.
credltora oi otht-rwlao, claiming by.
iiui.iii.il. under .r ii^.iinst the si.nl
;'.olsi|,l"> lioDLNEZ and ADKLA
'.ni'iXKX.. hi> iie: and against all
other parties having or claiming to
have an) rlglu. title or Interest in
the propertx herein d.-rlbe-l.
Yoi ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
Complaint for Fl reclosuse of Mort-
ha.s been Hied against you on
the following d< ci*bed property, to-
Lot Two ''-'. in I "dock TwBty-fiya
,. I ..I SKi "NO ADDITION TO
\\K.-tuavi:n HEIGHTS, accord-
inx to the I "Is l thereof, recorded In
plat Hook '. id Pa*e ST, of the
l'ublic Records of I'ule County,
I lorida, logothar with Improve-
ments, fixtures and appliances icii-
i.uiii.i therein, as described in said
mortgage,
and you are hereb) required t" serve
ii i-i.pv oi yuui Anawei to the said
Complaint on the Attorne) t'" the
Plaintiff iiml ilb- the original Answer
in the Offl.....f the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 1Mb day
o| i -briiiu>. ISrS: otherwise, the aile-
gationa of ankl Comnialnl will be
taken as confi seed by you.
DATED: This 14th da) of January,
IMS,
i:. i: l.KAl HKRMAN. Clerk,
circuit Court, I lade County, Florida
(seal) B) : K. M. I.y.man
lleptlO Clell.
MARKS. KEITH & MACK
Attorne) fi Plaintiff
in N.E. First 8tr< et
Miami ,2. Florida ( m%
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY ciNI-l.x that
1 the undersigned, desiring to engage In
1K-3.1, S I I. i I nest under the fictitious nan.....f
HOl'SE OF WATCHES al SOfl s. \ -
bold Building, Miami -. Florida, in-
mi- to register said name with the
i I. k of the circuit Court of I lade
< "011110. .Florida.
ItK LBNKE CO., INC Hole Owner
i:i:i ii;i:i: .i ALBol'M
Attorm S l"1 Be Lenki Co., In.
120 I ii.....In Road
Miami Beach, Florida
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N iT ITS is HEREHY OIVEN th i!
the llll lerslgned, desiring to engagi Ill
b it II. under the fictitious n inn h U
VV.M.H.M.
Itadlo St itlou W.M.B.M.
W.M.B.M. Broadcasting Station
W.M.V .1
Kadia Station w.M.V.J.
w.M.V. 1. Broadcasting Million
W.M.V.J., Miami's Voice of Jasa
at x|i First Stre.i. Miami Beach,
Florida, intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I lade i dunty, Florida.
COMMUNITY SERVICE
BROADCASTERS, INC.
iin Ohio corporation, authorised to
do business in the State of Florida,
Bole (iwner
(allot, silver. Ruilot \- Stern
:;iT Biscayne Building
Miami 31. l lorida
Attorney* for Community
S.i vice Broadcasters', Inc.
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 57757-C
IN RE: Estate of
VIRGINIA SIMMERS
1 >pi'e;if*pil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bnld
Estate:
Ymi are hereby notified and requir-
ed t" present any claims and demon Is
which you may have against the es-
tate of VIRGINIA BUMMERS, de-
nnasofl late of Dade County, Florida,
lo the County Judges of I hole County,
ami file the same in their offices In
Un- County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
from th.- date of the first publication
hereof, or the sain... will be barred,
DAVID C. GILCHRIST. Executor
PAl'l. KW1TNEY, Attorne)
il"i> Lincoln Road
Miami Beach W, Florida
l ll-ix-".'.-.. ^ i
NOTICE TO DEFEND or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 317
LOIS E tIRKEN.
Plaintiff,
VB,
CLARENCE BOB GRKEN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To. CLARENCE BOB GREEN
Y/ou are hereb) notified thai a Rill
. "ompl i in for 1 Mvoi i'r hiis been
filed auani-t you, and you are re-
quired t" serve a cop) of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com-
plaint "U the Plaintiffs Attorney,
WALTER B. LEBOWITZ. T'. First
Stieet, Miami Beach, Florida and file
the original Answer or Pleading In
the offli e ol the "lei k of thi C
'..uit on or befi re the 19th da) ol
February, 1963, li you fail i.. do bo,
Judgment b) default ill i- t >k. n
.i^.iin-i you for the relief demanded
in Ho Kill of Complaint.
I'O.XIO ANO URDERED al Miami.
I lorida. tiiis- i"ih day of January,
A.D. 1963,
i: ll. i.i-:atiiekmax. Clerk,
circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Bj ; N A. HEWETT
Deput) Clerk
WALTER B. LEBOWITZ
Tn* I-Irs! Str. el
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff.
l IS-J6, I l-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious iuim<
,.f BALTIMORE AITS, i.t number
3030 Collins Avenue In thu t-lty ..i
Miami Benoh, Florida, intend to
register the said name with the
ci, rk ..f th. Circuit Court of Dude
County, r1"!!'"
// ALAN C 8BNB t
i :i i HER r .--r..\s
H HtWlN BAKER
ARONOVITZ, SILVER .x tk'HER
i.iiT Alnale) Building, Miami. Fia.
i :".. 2/i-s-r.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVKN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious namo
of STANLEY APTS at I6 *th
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
I.. register saitl name with the C'erk
of the circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, l-'l.iil.l.i
- 'LAN c BENS
h GILBERT SENS
ARONOVITZ, SILVER .x- SCHER
Vttorne) for Btanle) Apts.
60" Alnslej Building, Miami. Fla
1 23, 3.'l*i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe undersigned, desiring engage
in business undei the fictitious name
of MONTCLAIH \l"is ..i 1710 Mel
Ian Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intend tn register said name with
Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
ii,,i.- County, Florida,
- \l AN C SFJNH
- CILBERT SENS
'RONOV1TZ, SILVER SCHER
Attcrneys for Montclair Apts
07 Ainsley liull.linK. Miami. Fla.
1 -'.. S 1-x-l'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
No. 58030-B
IN BE: Estate of
JENNIE I ERRANTK,
1 leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or iteinanos Against Said
Estau :
You ale hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims iiml do-
ni.uui- which you ma) have agains!
!h.- .-liil. ..I .IKNNIK I'KKRANTK.
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the date <>f the first pub-
lication h.r.oI, or the same will be
burred.
LAWRENCE R. KEKKAXTE.
Administrator
i R, mayers. Attorney
1613 Congress Building
Miami. Florida
1 lx--:.. I l -I
Every Form ol Insuronce ond
Bonds for Home "nd Business
Call PL 4-6262 or PL 9 2371
CHARLES ADLER
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
MOO N.l. 125th ST. NORTH MIAMI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....I
LORRAINE ASSOCIATES at number
I iihi 79th Street Caueeway in the
City of Miami Beach, Florida Intends
register the said name with th.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW
NOTICE L- HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring lo engage In
business under the fictitious name f
C.oLDEN BEACH AITS. ,x MOTEL
at 191-75 Collins Ave,. Miami Reach
M. Fla., Intend I i reglst i -.mi nami
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court oi
I'aiie Count). I i"i Ida.
SAM IT CHS
havih Ft'ciis
PEARL 1- HCHBCHTER
HARRIET CHL'SED
I II. ls
l.|( IN A. EPSTEIN
Attornes for Applicants
1/25. : 1-8-18
ii
cult
Court of
N.Y.. this
Oil.I
1Mb
Clerk of the Clt
County, Florida.
I >iiie.l at N.-w Yolk
,li,v of December, 19U.
.1 Ai >r. S. il.oMON
YETTA S( il.oMON
MORTIMER SOLOMON
FILE I NOR FRIEDLAND
M.i: Ml W1 Sol.o.MON
mi. in. > for Applicants
::'.| East l 19th Street
,:.....' M" N"W V'""k l.ll-18-S!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, deai"ln 'o en<
business under the fictitious name nf
THE GRANT APTS. at 9678-76 Col-
lins Ax.-., snrfsi.ic. Florida intend* to
register saiii mini, with the Clera oi
iii. circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAM I ICHS
Sols iu n.-r
i El iN \ EPSTEIN
Attorm ) foi Appiu nit
1 25,2 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is iierf:ry RIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name.- ol
WEaTOVER A I" VKTMENTS; WEST-
OVEK ARMS APARTMENTS: THE
WESTOVER :it I I'm Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach. Florida Intends to reg-
ister said names with the Clerk of
the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SIM. IN METRICK
SHAPIRO A. FRIED, Bsqs
All..rni y foi Slim n M" l. W
107 Lincln Rd., Miami Beach, Fla.
I Si, 1-8-15
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of VENETIA AITS, Bl number 2SW
Toledo si. In the CRy of coral
ii.i..-. Florida. Intend to register
thi said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida.
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/*/ BEVERLY BAKER
ARONOVITZ. SILVER X. Si III 111
607 Alnslev Building, Miami. F"ia.
l K, 1-8-1
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Friday. January 25 Henjy Edward Schultz (left), national chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. meets to discuss plans for
the League's 50th anniversary observance with former Sen.
Herbert H. Lehman (center honorary chairman of the ob-
servance.
Sen. Lehman Named to Head ADL's
50th Anniversary Observance Next Week
By Special Report
Former Sen. Herbert H. Lehman has been named honorary chair-
hi. n. and playwright Dore Schary lias been named chairman of the tht. Ecumenica
50th anniversary observance cemmittees of the Anti Defamation League sped "
of B'nai B'rith. Hear) F.duard Schultz. the Leagues national chair
in;.n. announced tin.- week
A major event of the ob.-ervance started this month and to last
throughout 1963. will be a "Dinner with the President." on Jan. 31.
when President John F. Kcr.ncdy will receive the League's annual
America's Democratic Legacy Award for 'distinguished contributions
to America's democratic heritage."'
Previous award winners include President.- Truman and Eisen-
hower, the late Eleanor Roosevelt, and Sen. Lehman, among other-
The dinner will be part of the League > 50th annual commission
metin:,'. to be held in Washington. DC. from Jan. 30 to Feb. 3 The
award ceremonies. to_-thcr with an hour long program of mii>ic on
the thenu-s of the nation's progre.-s toward democracy, will be broad
ast nationalh ov>r the CBS network (The- telecast will be seen here-
in \t Thursday Jan 31. 10 p.m.. over WTYJ Ch. 4.i
Some 200 of the nation's most di-tir.flushed men and women will
-crve on Sen. Lehman's honorary observance committee, including
members cf the President'.- Cabinet, the U.S. Supreme Court. Con^r. --
nn n and other leading figures in government, the arts, education,
religion, industry and American communal life.
Hope Raised I
Ecumenical To
Condemn Bias
NEW YORK (JTA) IVclar
U.g that Jewish organizations were
following the proceedings of the
Ecumenical Council with 'great
attention. Dr. Nahum Goldmarn.
president of the World Jewish
i ongress, told Jewi>l) leaders here
recently that he hoped that the
Catholic Church \w>uld take a
clear position in condemning rac-
ism, anti Semitism and intolerance
in all forms. He spoke at a meet-
ing of the American Section ot the
World Jewish Congress"
In view of the great influence
the Catholic Chur.h wields in
many parts of the world, particul-
arly in the field of education, such
a pronouncement would 1"
.ficance. especial!) ir. \ lew of
the resurgence of anti-Semitic
movements in countries where the
Church carried great weight." he
declared. Dr Goldmann added
that in view of ""certain actions
already taken by the- Pope. Jew
l-h public opinion looks forward
with a certain amount of hope and
confidence to the final decisions of
Council in thi- re
The WJC leader reported that
there was ro fundamental change
in the situation of Russian Jew-
ry which is denied "many faci-
lities, both religiously and cul-
turally, anc* especially with re-
gard to possible contact with
world Jewry." But he felt that
the leadership of the Soviet Union
was "beginning to become aware
of the existence of this problem,
and that is the first condition
to any hope for a change for the
better."
Health Forum For Seniors Here
The major health prohli mi
facing older adults and how they
can handle these problems was
the focus cf the Medical Health
Forum sponsored by the Depart-
ment of Service to Senior Citizens
A the Greater Miami Jewish Com-
munity Center
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The forum for senior citizens
took place on Sunday, 1 30
p.m.. at the Miami YMHA. 450
SW 16th Ave. It brought to-
gether a panel of professional prac-
titioners consisting of Dr. Philip
Sanut. director, cardio-pulmonary
laboratory. Mt. Sinai Hospital: Dr.
Solomon Kann. internist; and Mrs.
(Catherine Wells, director. Social
Service Department. Mt. Sinai
Hospital
Stanley Spieler, local attorney
and president of the Miami YMHA
BCted SI moderator for the For-
um.
The event coincided with Senior
Citizens Open HOUM Month offer
-il by the Center during the month
of January As with other activi
lies (luring this period, the forum
was open without charge or "l>li
'.ation to the community
Dr Goldmann called on Jews all
over the worl i to mobilize in a'
fight again.-t resurgent anti Somit-
ism. Although warning against
over-estimating the immediate!
danger of nee it anti-Semitic at- j
tack-, he said that the fast-mov-'
ing and unstable situation in many
parts of the world was fertile soil
for anti-Semitic tendencies
"Anti-Semitism today i- more
than ever internationally organiz-
ed, and the various local move-
ments are in close contact with
each other"' he said. The inter-
national character of the neo-Nazi
movement demanded action by an
organized, worldwide counter
movement replacing isolated reac-,
tion in individual countries, he em-
phasized.
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Macht Named
To Hospital Board
Robert Macht. president of Jor-
dan-Marsh Department Store, has
been named a trustee of the Na-
tional Jewish Hospital at Denver.
Macht also heads NJH'l Miami
Committee, a group which dissem-
inates information about the in-
stitution and facilitates the ad-
mission of patients from this area
Since *s founding in 1899. Na-
tional Jewish Hospital has pr<>-
\uled some four and a half million
day- of free care (Or victims of
tuberculosis, asthma, cystic fibroaia
and other respirator) diseases
The hcop.tal has > regional ot-1
lice m Miami at igh SK 1st Si
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Calendar.'32 pages. All
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Oct. 1940 to Sept. 1M4.
Important Jtxriik holldayt
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Heinr. Company, Dept. J2,
Pittsburgh 80, Pennsylvania
Registration Date
Deadline Nearing
Kdward P. Ahreiis. district di-
rector of Immigration and Natur-
alization Service, reminded aliens
here th:it Thursday. Jan. 31. is the
deadline for filing address report
form- as required under provi-
sions of the 1983 Immigration and
Nationality Act.
The Immigration official urged
aliens who have- not yet filed their
a than Jan. 31 to avoid DOSSibk pen
altie-
Failure to "comply with the re-
quirements can mean a fire, jail
sentence, and deportation (or a
v. illful violation
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Stork Club for New
Parents at Mt. Sinai
lit. Sinai Hospital will begin an
irk Club programs
expectant patents on Wednes-
ning. Fob. 6. at 7:30 p.m.
IWV Picks
its. Decky
h ected president of the Jew-
|h V.-.r Veterans Ladies' Auxil-
Tr>. Poet 3(M). last week was lira.
|\, !, Deck>.
[.Mrs. Daphne Adleman is senior
t. president, and Mrs. Esther
I is junior vice president.
of h'mor was Mrs. Jennie
uisstr.an. celebrating her 75th
I
I u as hostess for the even
\ Mr- Decky
The sessions are free for moth-
er-, and fathers-to-be, and will be
held every Wednesday for the
following five weeks in the Pat-
lent'S Lounge on the third floor
e! the hospital.
Sessions include an introduction
to the maternity staff of the hos
pital, facilities, films, lectures and
discussions on "Birth Time lor
Baby." "Bath Time for Baby."
"Feeding Time for Baby." and
"Now That You are Parents."
Group discussions comprise a
part of each session, conducted by
members of the Nursing Depart-
ment of the hospital In addition,
informational booklets and pam-
phlets oi; related subjects are dis-
iributed, The course is climaxed
With the presentation of diplomas.
Interested parents-to-be may en-
i roll and receive further informa-
tion by calling the Nursing Office
at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
ISABEL GROVE
Curiosity and business lured A.
I Til and his May overseas
All previous sojurns made
lir. "t summer months, now
hrmed with heavy clothing.
Ihej braving three and a halt
recta of winter in London. Paris
tuid : imc Seeing them oil
; toe airport last Saturday.
,. u er Rosemary and husband
le! -reen .

century oi marriage lor
le" and Jack Silvcrmnn.
W 15th St. Wed 1913
11 terbury, Conn., the Silver-
|ir.; came here 20 years ;igo
ffering felicitations to the
chairman of the Miami
ifi Board and his .lovely
t festivities in the Shrin-
ib on Dec. 29. the red let-
..y, his many local friends,
-v. judges and commission
: Also "Birdies" sister,
era Martin, and her broth-
'arry Rosemveig and his
plus many members of
family Further celc-
n on the HiL:h Seas for the
couple now crui-in^ to
.'- and Mrs. Samuel RaJler.
T315 Harding Ave.. celebrated
their 56th wedding anniversary
with a dinner party at Tony's
Pish Market Guests included
Mrs. Radler's sister and husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marshall,
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brick. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Gewertz, and
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gewertz .
Appetites whetted by their
many previous hut brief visits.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bellin now
here for entire winter Au-
thor of "The Jewish Cookbook."
Mildred Bellin is well known to
the readers oi The Jewish Flor-
idian for her popular "Cooking
Corner" The column in such
demand, it is translated into
Spanish, and appears through-
out South America Home
town for the Bellins is Albany.
N.Y., where Mildred was honor-1
ed as "Woman of the Week" in
62 .
Also members of the winter
colony, the Gerald Fields, of
Great Neck. L.I., and their 2-
year-old son, David Mrs.
Fields is the sister of Estelle
Kass. Girl Friday to Marviu
Continued on Page 6-B
Commi.tee oi Temp'.e Manorah Sisterhood
completes arrangements with sightseeing bus
company for its annual "Stclrway to the Sarts"
luncheon and fashion chow at the Doral Coun-
try Club next Wednesday. Highliaht of the
afternoon will be the "Bar Mitzvah" fashion
show, celebrating the organization's 13th birth-
day. Musical bad ground will be presented
by Cantor Edward Klein and Temple Men-
orah's "Bar Mitzvah Boy of the Year," Jon
Tannen. Models wiil be Bar Mitzvah mothers,
including Mesdames Norman Harrow. Her-
bert Kaplan, Edward Klein, Sol Frankel, Jerry
Lindenbaum, Frank Nankin. Irving Solomon.
Jack Segal, Jerry Reiger and Lee Rubin. Chair-
man of the event is Mrs. Al Mechlowitz, and
co-chairman is Mrs. Milton Singer. Mrs. Ray
Morse is Sisterhood president.
the
'W<
ovnan s
World
' (Jewish FloricKian
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 25. 1963
Section B
Beach Girl Wins Top Editor's Post
A Miami Beach girl has been man marked the end of an eight- ...
elected editor in-chief of the Tufts year exclusive male dynasty in
Weekly. The newspaper is the of- the top journalism post on the
ficial publication of Tutts Univer- Tufts campus.
sity at Medford, Ma-s.
Election of Miss Carol Seider
Miss Seiderman is the- daughter
ol Mr. and Mrs Paul SeLierman,
of 3510 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami
Beach
She is a, graduate of Miami
Beach lli^h School, and was re-
cipient oi a Columbia University
Award presented to her while she
served as editor-in-chief of The
Beachcomber < i;>r>8 r.'i) at Miami
Beach High School.
Miss Siederman transferred to
Tufts in September. 1961. from
Sophie Newcomb College of Tu-
tane University al New Orleans,
La.
Her father is a member of the
board ol governors of the Greater
Miami .hwish Federation and
chairman of the board of trustees
and former regional board chair-
man ol the Florida Region ol the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nal
I. nth.

MISS CAROL SHDtRMAN
Hilary Mindlin to Review
Book for Academy Women
lver Anniversary plans are discussed by
e Women's Division of the 1963 Combined
wsh Appeal at the home of Mrs. Carl
r>kle. Deep in conference are (left to right)
Jack Ablin. Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs. Ches-
W. Krone, Mrs. E. A. Pallot. Mrs. Daniel
Neal Heller, and Mrs. Lawrence Sherman. The
occasion marked the first meeting of the divis-
ion under Ihe chairmanship of Mrs. Inez Kren-
sky. Announced was a workers report meet-
ing set for Monday, 10 a.m., at the home of
Mrs. Ablin. 6342 No. Bay Rd.
Hilary MinJlin, look review edi-
tor of The Jewish Flondian, will
discuss the novel. "The Man Who
Played God." by Robert St. John,
at a meeting at the Hebrew Acad-
emy next Tuesday noon.
The review session will be spon-
sored by the Academy's PTA.
Chairman is Mrs. Tobias Simon
vice president of the PTA. and
chairman of the library.
This will be the second public
appearance for Mrs. Mindlin in as
many weeks She was featured at
the Miami Public Library last
week in a panel discussion with
Beatrice Washburn, of The Mi-
ami Herald, and Henry Cavendish

Miami News and Chicago Trib-
une, on What Makes a Best-Sell,
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Friday. January 25, 19
Technion Women
To Open Series
Women's Division oi tin- Great-
cr Miami Chapter! American" ST
eiety for, Technion, will hold a
-cries .ii member-briiig-a-member
functions here beginning with a
luncheon this Friday noon.
Th.' luncheon will be held at the
home ol Mrs Charles Gol berg,
B7S NE 173rd SI No. Miami
Beach.
Serving with Mrs Philip F.
Thau, president, are Mrs Meyer
lia-k.i. program chairman; Mrs.
'iim:'. Hamerschlag, membership
chairman; Mrs. Jack Katxman,
ho&pitalitj chairman; and Mrs.
Morton Fellman, arrangements
Mrs. Adolpfa B rger v ill enter,
lain with .1 program ol Israeli folk
musk Members who bring a 1 <'
member will tic guests at the
luncheon
Social Singles \
Meet Sunday
B'nai B'rith Social S
luM RSJ MVtJMh -anmi.,1 inst^u.
tion dinner dance at Mori m Xo
ii- on Sunday at 6 p m
New preaident, succeedmi q
id Park, la Armand Marko.
Installed with him will be Archie
Allman, executive vice preside*
Esther Stleber, vice presidem
Esther Jacobs, financial
larj : Lillian Alboum, records
secretary: Lillian Elblank lni
Ifaj Blum, correspot ,.i:.
Uries
MRS. PHUIP THAU
Unusual Art Objects on Sale
Center of attraction is Mrs. George Saluk as "Carmen Sha-
piro" in the musical comedy cf that name to be repeated by
3eth David Players at Spector Hall this Saturday and Sun-
day. Overcome by her charm are (irom left' Stanley Born-
stein. Mrs. Michaef Covin. Bernard Hammersmith and Ruben
:dels, director. "Carmen Shupiro" drew large appreciative
audiences ot Beth David last weekend.
1 amora Sisterhood Dance
A professional square dance
caller "ill highlight the evening
- MM sore 1 by Temple Zamora Sis-
terhood on Saturday evening in
the social hall. In charge ol res-
ervations 1- Mrs. Simon Spector.
chairman of the square dance
. ssisted by Mrs Joel Cohen
Gumenicks Will
Be Honored Here
Residents of South^ate Towers
Apartments are honoring owner
Nathan s Gumenick and Mrs
Gumenick at a dinner conceived
and planned while that were out
of the court i y on an extended
European tour.
Mayor Kenneth Oka will preside
1 the dinner, a seated buftet in
the Terrac Room of Southgate.
Members oi Miami Beach Citj
Council and the Beach represen-
ts on the Metro Commission
will be soeclal guests,
The planners, headed by resi-
dent James Tex' Walker, has
limited reservations to the room
capacity of 200. More than 15.000
Gumenick apartments are in Vir-
ginia at Richmond and Norfolk.
"'The best explanation we have."
layi Walker, "h that we all want
to pay tribute to the finc-M land-
lord anyboJy ever had."
'Carmen Shapiro1
To be Repeated
"Carmen Shapiro, presented
last weekend by the Beth David
Players to capacity audiences,
will be performed ayain th's Sat-
urday and Sunday at 830 p.m.
The musical comedy is a satire
on the garment Industrj and fea-
tures a fashion show on a run-
ivaj stage through 'be center
.isle
The show was directed b\ Ruben
[dels, and cast members are
Bernard Hamersmith, Millie Cov-
in, Bill Porter, Herman Fisher,
Evelyn Saluk. Joe Nurenberg,
Harold Bernle, Oscar Rappaport,
stan Bornstein. Ruth Syrop, Flor-
ence Herol I, Milton Friedman,
Clarice Badanes, Frank Rose. Mm
na Bloom. Hilda LuaTUS, Hannah
glass, Israel Slotsky, Arlene wise.
Lily an Brothman and Kitty Lay-
toll.
The fashion show is narrated by
Mildred Wasinan. and models are
Rose Alterman. SusalJ Paul. Man
lyn Slass. Arlene Braun. Iris Rich,
Donna Syrop. Jean Herold. Lou
Seitlin, and Ed Syrop.
Arts. Inc.. which opened re-
centb Bl 3194 Commodore Plaza,
Coconut Grove, is designed and
planned to display hand-crafted
objects collected from all Over
the worl I.
The business venture b) Mrs
Peritt (Dollyei Schelnberg and
Airs Robert 1 Dons 1 Hyams, both
married to local physicians, is un-
der the sponsorship of the Mus
eunt of Modern Art
Among Items displayed are hand
loomed fabrics, batik panels, cer-
amics, and pewter, in addition to
a collection of contemporary
paintings and sculpture pieces.
Both Mrs Scheir.berg and Mrs.
Hyams gol the idea to 1 pen then
shop after deciding that Ihe kind
oi unusual art objects the) anU-
I pate 1 selling would be ol definite
interest t" resi <'"iv hi re
A champagne press party lasl
week was the occasion tor the "t
ficial opening ol Arts, inc.
Temple Zamora Brotherhood
Temple Zamora Brotherhood
was to hold it monthl) business
meeting this Thursdaj evening at
the Temple,
Jacob Ladies
To be Installed
New officers "i i' in i.
terbood will be installed at 1
luncheon or. Sunda) n at the
Walburne Hotel
Conducting the cer< illtJtl
Rabbi Tibor 11 S'en Brig
duct the follow log ill '
Mesdames Louis B
,,i > preaident; Max Thur>toc.
| u sidenl Samuel K
F Frank. Bella Bai
ents; David Kreval ai Sol Kre-
lat, corresponding .
Esther Hillman, i i
t..r\ and pubiicitj I
stein, treasurer. Tibot H
chaplain: Moe Mini,. member-
ship; AI Lauirouben
means; Da\ id Brod> entetl
loelit. and Raphael (,<
bine
A musical progra
fered b> Cantor Mat
cbes
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Wolff's K*SM '* &)
Wolff Koslu Soup
Pythians Aid
Cancer Institute
Pythians Sisters of Roosevelt
Temple 33 this week presented a
check lor JS2.S to the Papanicolaou
Cancer Research tnsttute at Mi-
ami in the name of Henrietta
Kostotf, 'ate member of the group
Participatimj in the ceremony
were Mrs Nat Miller, most ex-
cellent chief. Mrs Lew Brooks.
representative, and Mrs. Arthur
Goodman, chairman.
Since th:- Henrietta Koslo*
Memorial Fund was established
tome years*ago, the organization
has donated more than Sti.oou to
the Cancer Research Institute to-
ward the purchase of equipment
used to combat cancer
lovely onions!
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See and taste now oodles of
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change from bread go
hand-in-hand with soups, fish,
main dishes! The snack su-
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delicate zest to dips and
spreads.
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Friday, January 25, 1963
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Page 3-3
Home Auxiliary Msv Telethon Saturday
Luncheon Tuesday
Paid-up membership car.'s and
life membership pins will be the
admission to the monthly meeting
of the Greater Miami s Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the
Aged, on Tuesday noon at the Al-
giers Hotel.
Message of welcome will be giv>
en by Mrs. Lawrence Silverman,
president, and Mrs. Sol Silverm;m.
honorary president, and chairman
of the Greater Miami Women's
fund, will give a report on the
building expansion program.
A musical program of songs by
Mrs Carol Lechowitz. accompany-
ing herself on the accordion, will
be introduced by Mrs. Louis
Makovsky. program chairman.
United Cerebral Palsy's 12th a
nual Telethon has switched to ch
10 WLBW this year, and will agal
originate lrom the Miami Beac!i
Auditorium, starting Saturdaj
10 p.m.. through Sunday. 5 p.n
Admission is free.
Leading performers in "Isn't Everybody?" go ers and dancers. Left to right (back) are Stan-
through their paces for the forthcoming Beth ley Stein, Art Brint, Elliot Dinnerstein and Vick
Torah Congregation presentation Feb. 2 and Vickness. Front are Gary Goldin, Jeanne Din-
3. An original three-act musical comedy, "Isn't nerstein. Rosalie Hirschberg, Arthur Hirsch-
Everybody?" features a cast of 40 actors, sing- berg and Micki Murray.
Mrs. Feinberg
Urges CJA Assist
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. wom-
en's chairman of General Solicita-
tions for the Combined Jewish
Appeal, this week called upon all
leading women's groups in the
community to appoint their own
CJA chairmen for the General
Solicitation drive.
"We have promised overall
Chairman Judge Milton A. Fried-
man the help of the women in
this community to cover the many
thousands of cards in our division.
The largest number of these
cards can best be covered by
women's organizations," Mrs.
Feinberg stressed,
Mrs. Feinberg, again named to
the chairman's post -he held in
1962. is also a vice president of
the newly-formed Federation of
Jewish Women and secretary of
the Jewish Vocational Service, a
Federation affiliated agency.
Judge Friedman and Mrs. Fein-
| berg meanwhile met with presi-
dents of National Council of Jew-
ish Women's division! here, and
[revealed Wednesday that they had
["offered their complete coopera-
tion for the Silver Anniversary
[year campaign"
She also announced that lea !
ling Temple Sisterhoods, the Auxil-
iary of the Jewish Home for the
Aged, B'nai B'rith Women, and
Pioneer Women, who are plan-
ning a special affair in honor of
Federation'* 25th anniversary,
[have all held preliminary discuss-
Ijons "on the ways in which thev can
do their part to make the Silver
mKS. lhakLlS P. rtltiatRG
Anniversary year a memorable one
for Federation and the people
served by Federation, both at
home and abroad."
Isn't Everbody?'
Going on Boards
"Isn't Everybody," a three-act
musical comedy of life on Mars,
will be presented at Beth Torah
Congregation, on Saturday and
Sunday, Feb. 2 and 3. in the audi-
torium.
Leading role of the American
astronaut landing on the planet for
the first time is being taken by
Dr. Robert Willner. Featured
with him are Mrs. Peter Rubel
man, Mrs. Eli Crespi and Mrs
Herbert Teitzer.
Authors of the book, music and
lyrics arc George Katzman. Is-
rael Abrams and Jack Lavin. I>i
rector of the production is Sid-
ney Garson.
Howard Ralb and Mrs. Stanley
Mitchell created the choreography,
and production supervisor is
Adrian Kaufman.
Pioneer Women
Honor Couple
Pioneer Women, Club 1, will
honor Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kunin
on the occasion of their 35th wed-
ding anniversary at a dinner at
the Victor Hotel on Sunday at 7
p.m.
Entertainment and dancing will
be by Lilly Bellar. President of
the group is Mrs. Joseph Krantz.
Funds realized will go to the
Child Rescue Fund of Israel.
Pioneer Women, Babe Idelson
Club, honored Mrs. Isaac Offen-
henden, president, at a luncheon
on Wednesday at the Bel Airc
Hotel.
Entertainment was offered by
Fannie and Michl Gibson, and
Mrs. Esther Weinstein.
Chairman of the afternoon was
Mrs. Sarah Bobier.
Beth David Ladies
Will Celebrate
Annual Beth David Day will be
celebrated by the Sisterhood at
the Coconut Grove Playhouse on
Wednesday afternoon.
Following luncheon at 11:30
a.m.. members will see a perform-
ance of "A Shot in the Dark." stal-
ling Eva Gabor.
Matinee chairman is Mrs Her
man Alexander. President of the
group is Mrs. Louis Seitlin.
Hat! k van Chapter
Plans Luncheon
Mrs. Jacob Katz. president ol
Ilatikvah Chapter of Mizracl :
Women, has announced thai
"petite luncheon" and card part
will be sponsored by the grou
rcxt Wednesday noon at KneSgi
Israel Congregation.
Chairman of the luncheon
Mis .1 Weisberg, with Mesdames
E. Ro^ch and A. Dlatl assisting
as co-chairmen, and their com-
mittee of Mesdames S. Rudlcy. ./.
Rosenstein and A. Blank.
Mrs. J. Davis and Mrs. A. Si
are in charge of the afternoon
program and entertainment.
Proceeds of the day will go t
ward Mizrachi Women children-
projects in Israel.
Youngsters See
Camp Films
Over 600 youngsters, 5 to In.
and their parents attended a Cam.)
Ocala reunion at the home of camp
directors Dr. and Mrs. The.)
Struhl, 44 Star Island.
"Purpose of the reunion," said
Robert H. Wollman. a director of
the camp, and of physical educa-
tion at North Beach Eelementary,
"was to show children that the
cooperative spirit they learned at
camp can carry over at home and
-chool."
During the afternoon, films
highlighting camp activities, in-
cluding water skiing, horseback
riding, swimming, boating ani
archery were shown.
Camp Ocala, a private co-educ:
tional camp, serves kosher-style
food and conducts Friday night
services. Located in the Ocal*
National Foiest at northern Flor
Ida, it maintains local offices at
1451 No Bayshore Dr.
Other local directors are Major
Leonard Wollman, educator, and
Ben and Frankie Miller, profess-
, ional camp operators.
Rabbi Baumgard
To be Speaker
Second in a series of book re-
views sponsored by Beth Am Sis-
terhood will be given on Monday-
evening at 8:15 p.m.
"FailSafe." by Eugene Burdick.
will be reviewed by Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard.
Mrs Edward Sharps is chair-
man of the booth to be set up by
the Sisterhood during the bazaar
to be held on Thursday. Jan. 31,
in Dadeland Shopping Mall.
AN INVITATION
TO ALL
SENIOR CITIZENS
Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal
Invite you to be a
Silver Anniversary Volunteer
Payment in satisfaction received from
helping to better the lives of
Jewish People at home and abroad.
Help Us To Meet Greater Heeds With Greater Deeds.
CALL FEDERATION VOLUNTEERS
FR 3-0411, ext. 53
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I'm so proud of him because he sells Red
Cross shoes in a Nankin's Shoe Store. Every
day he fits women just like me and am
I hard to fit. (I wear an 8D). He always tells
me how happy his customers are when they
(MY SON THE SHOE MAN)
put on a pair of shoes that not only feel good,
but look good too. They have so many
shoes at Nankin's Shoe Stores. My son is
so polite. My friends always insist that he
wait on them. He's very busy.
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Friday, January 25, 1953
Jesse Casselhod ehamnai '' Jesse'.' sgi
Serbia efrchnkim
Temple ;-.:=. S^- tc oe -e'.d Tuesday
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Dr. Narot Will
Review Roth
Novel Tuesday
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; rest the tint of a >-
10 30 am.;-, a A ..-.:.
of the Temple.
The series .- -r- eared by the
Temple Israel Sisterhood. Dr
Kent hat eheaea Philip Roth"?
book. "Letting Go." as his sub-
ject for the first re vie*
Temple tend Sisterhood mem-
bers, Mrs. Lewis Serbia and Mr-
Jesse Casselhoff. are co-chairmen
of the event. Mrs. Jesse Yolk is
in charge of ticket?. Mr; Herbert
Levy, publicity; and Mrs. Sam
Rabin, refreshments.
Tickets may be obtained at the
door or by cailisg the Temple oi-
f.C-r.
Israel Women
Slofe Functions
Mrs Sydney Weintraub. chair-
rr.an of Temple Israel Sisterhood's
donor luncheon. :s holding a com-
mittee meeting on Monday noon
at the Temple.
Theme of the affair to be held
Wednesday. Mar 2B, at the Doral
Country" Club ;- L Opera Mati-
nee .''
Arturo diFilippi. director of the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami,
vill present exrepts from several
cper .ring outstanding per-
form'
Co-chairman of the luncheon is
Mrs Howard I llman. Jr. and
Mrs. Jerome Halpern sad Hn
Jame? Rodenberg are in charge of
reservations.
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Attractive Senior
On Beach Float
Miss Eileen Nexer. a senior at
Miami Beach High, represented
her school in the recent Orange
Bowl Parade.
The attractive deb was one of
the princesses riding with Miss
l"SA on the Miami Beach Float.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
Mr- Max Nexer. of 730s) Bucca-
neer Ave Treasure Island.
young Israel PTA
Young I>rael PTA is sponsoring
a Bagle-and Lex' night on Sat-
urday at 8 30 p.m Chairmen are
Mr end Mr- Ben Delnick and
Mr tad Mr? Seymour Weisman
Anne Frank Chapter Meeting
Regular monthly meeting of B'nai
E nth Women. Ann Frank Chap-
ter, was held on Tuesday noon
at the Park Lane Cafeteria
Mildred
G.
BHIin
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Berkowitz Takes
Over Coronet
Murray Berkowitz. Miami Beach
hotel operator, has acquired con-
trol of the 180-room Coronet Ho-
tel and has begun operation of
the Coronet as a luxury kosher
hotel at moderate prices."
Berkowitz. who operated the
oceanfront Lorn bar dy Hotel as a
kosher hostelry for the past two
years, was associated with the
management of the Coronet in
1958-99. when the Miami Beach
landmark was renamed and be-
gan operation as a kosher hotel.
With a complete synagogue and
a resident mashgiach. the Coronet
provides its guests with three
meals a day under strict Dietarv
Laws Berkowitz will personally
supervise all activities at the
hotel, now known as Berko*itz
Coronet.
A founder of the Mesivta High
School in Miami Beach, he wa< one
of the first trustees of Beth brad
Congregation here. A resident of
Florida for more than 13 years,
Berkowitz began his hotel work
at the Victor Hotel, which was
wned by his father-in-law. the
late Rabbi Joseph Waldman The
family pioneered the operation of
kosher hotels in Miami Beach.
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Chicken With Peppers
1 i..' : ft r 1 .:p
r-2 a ground
1-2 teaspoon
2 uUespoons vi ul
1 small onion, m:-
1 small clove of earlic. minced
Juice of 1-2 lemon
14 cup water
1-16 teaspoon turmeric
2 green peppers, cut into -trips
2 cups hot. cooked rice
Dry the chicken pieces thoroujh-
ly with paper towels. Sprinkle
with the ginger and salt Heat the
oil in a large skillet, and add the
chicken pieces, onion, and garlic
Cook over medium heat until the
chicken is well-browned on all
sides. Lower the heat to simmer,
cover the pan. and steam for 5
minutes Combine the lemon juice,
water, and turmeric, and add. to-
gether with the peppers. Cover
the pan again, and continue cook-
ing until the chicken is tender,
about 40 minutes. Place the rue
on a deep platter, cover with the
chicken and peppers, and spoon
pirt of the gravy over them. Pass
the remaining gravy separately
This amount serve? 4.
Chicken-Coconut Bake
2 cups cooked, diced chicken
2 tablespoons parve maryanne
2 tablespoons all purpose flour
1 cup chicken soup
1 egg. well beaten
14 teaspoon curry powder
2-3 cup grated coconut
1-3 cup fine, dry bread crumbs
Salt and pepper to taste
Cut the chicken into rather small
Pieces In a small Mucepaa melt
the margarine and stir in the flour
Cook over medium heat until Hie
mixture bubbles. Remove from
the heat and gradually blend in
the soup. Return to the heat and
>tir until thickened Remove from
the heat again, and stir slowly into
the egg. Add the curry powder,
1-3 cup of coconut, the chicken,
and salt and pepper to tatU torn-
bine the remaining coconut with
the bread crumbs and prukle
half over the bottom of a ihallow,
well-greased one quart baking disk
Fin with the chicken
then sprinkle the rer.aaurVj^1
nut-crumb mixture over th .
Bake at 350 degs F ur.t.l hi 2i
slightly browned, about Mm
i-tes. This amount .. r\es 4 to
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B'nai Sholom
Fashion Show
Fa-hions by Richards De|
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tainment by accordion^: l
Blue, will highlight the annual
of Temple B'nai
Sholom Sisterhood.
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Ben-Gurion Group To Meet Here
Farband. Bcn-Gurion Branch, Special feature of the evening illness.
mer secretary of the branch, will
be welcomed back after a long
will hold its next regular meet- will be the observance of the 50th
Lcaiara rurnioi. ~" "He a talk
r.g on Wednesday evening at the *** anniversary of Mr and on ..^ j>h K(|,,.(t,IK- and Man
Farband Center. 842 Washington
Ave. Max Astor will preside.
Mr- Abraham Fraidlin
uel Burstein will welcome new
Mr. Fraidlin, treasurer and for-i members
Judge; Milton A. Friedman, chairmnn of General Solicitation
tor the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal, is shown with division
presidents of the National Council of Jewish Women at a
meeting at Federation headquarters to plan their participation
in the campaign. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Morris
Futernick, Evening Division; Mrs. Marvin Zank, South Dade;
Mis. Dan Wax, Islands; Mrs. Burton Goldberg, Shores; and
Mrs. William I. Brenner, chairman of the day and vice pres-
ident of administration. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph
Klein. Indian Croek; Mrs. Bernard Yesner. Coral; and Mrs.
Miltcn Ratner. Lincoln Division.
Mrs. Paulir.e Epstein, outgoing president, turns over the gavel
to Mrs. Mae Smith, incoming president, at a recent installation
of officers of the Senior Citizens Friendship Club of the South-
west YMKA. Newly-installed officers (left to right) are Isaiah
Lebovitz. vice president; Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, treasurer;
Mrs. Mae Smith, president; Efraim H. Gale, executive direc-
tor of the Greater Miami Jewish Community Center, who
was installing officer; Mrs. Epstein; and Mrs. Lillian Brock,
correspond::-.g secretary.
Friendship Club Elects Officers
New president of the Senior
Citizens Friendship Club of the
Southwest YMHA is Mrs. Mae
Smth. Serving with her are
Isaiah Lebovitz, vice president;
Mrs. Tillie Konigsberg, treasurer;
and Mrs. Lillian Brock, corres-
ponding secretary.
Installation fficer was Efraim
Lil. Gale, exec .live director of the
'Greater Miami Jewish Community
Center. The Southwest "Y" is one
lot the Center lour branches.
Members ol 'tie executive boar.I
Middle Age
To be Topic
First in a series of monthly cul-
tural evenings sponsored by Tern-
j pic Zamora will be held on Tiics-
|day, 8.15 p.m.. in the social hall!
Topic will be "Depression and
radiological Disorders in Men
1 and Women ;r. Middle and Old
Age."
Panel members arc Dr. Burton
Goldstein. resident psychiatrist
and member of the staff of psy-
chiatric. Research at Jackson Mem-
lorial Hospital. Dr. Charles Beber,
chief gerontologisl at (he-Greater
|3iiami Jewish Home for the Aged;
J and Dr Franklin Arnoff, staff p->
I chologist at Jackson Memorial
|Jiospital.
A question and answer period
nil follow
arc Mrs. Florence Rosenbaum.
Mrs, Mary Schweitzer, Mrs. Ger-
trude Kapralik. Mrs. Rose Stiller-
man. Mrs. Pauline Kn.uk". Mrs.
Pauline Epstein, Mrs. Lillian
Brock, Mrs. Sarah Balber. Mrs
Tillie Konigsberg, Mrs. Penny
Hoscnfeld. Mrs. Mae Smith and
Isaiah Lebovitz.
Committee chairmen include
Mrs. Fannie Hoscnfeld. sunshine; .
Mrs. Rose Stillerman and Mrs.
Mary Schweitzer, refreshments; ,
Mrs. Gertrude Kapralik. raffle; i
Mrs. Pauline Kngle, transportation;
Mrs. Sarah Balber, hostess; Mrs
Pauline Epstein and Mrs. Florence !
Rosenbaum. telephone.
Senior Citizens Friendship Club
meets every Wednesday, 2 p.m.,
at the "Y." 7215 Coral Way. Men
and women, 55 years of age and
up are invited to take part in the
program.
'Sporting Night Out'
A "Sporting \iuht Out" at the
Miami Jai-Alai Fronton is being
ponsored by Temple Zamora on
IVclnesday evening. In charge of
served tickets are Mrs. Dorothy
.reenberg. and Mrs. Oscar Smuk
ler, donor chairmen.
Birthday Party
Slated for Home
Next monthly birthday party for
the Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
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will be held on Sunday. 2 p.m., at
Douglas Gardens.
Hosts for the afternoon will be
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pollack, in
honor of their 5ist wedding anni-
versary.
The program, arranged by Mrs.
Louis Makovsky, chairman, will
feature continental music by vie-
linisl Elmer Horosny, with ac-
companiment by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Stern, and a group of folk songa
by Mrs Ida Roller Marx.
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tour of the grounds and buildings.
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Lawrence Silvcrman
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Continued from Page IB
Mhuiman. developer of the plush
iccanfroal Hampshire Tower-.
-o it- no ~ur that the Fields
ire en>>\ins the sun that tJiises
m their own apartment in the
HI
IT' -ent hou^uest of Mr-
lx>u:s Lulai Tinkler ;- her sis-
iT, Mr- Loais Sax. and her
-on. Paul, from Glen FalK NY
. The> "re celebrating Paul's
etcrn irom mili'an left he
ivenees .
Thank Heaven for Little Gifts"
he theme sons at the Dr. Will-
am Klckman's these days since
Jelcris ha- her niece. 5-year-old
[trie] Alli-on. daughter of Mr
.nd Mr< Mortal H Farber. ol
fanhattan, as house guest .
teigni ver the Wickman
nar.M. .here (heretofore their
'wo ions ruled. Harley attends
Scote Francais in Sew Vorfc
ler daddy is an attorney who
- man; popular enter-
ainers, anuMisj them. Johnny
ho will he appearing at
be Deauville this week .
m hile. Mark and G a r>
\.iman. who were home
he winter holiday- are now
ft
\i rting :noment at the
-urrrise birthday party given by
Ir and Mr- David Schneider
or their son. Steven, at West-
in* ke was the sight of the pon-
1 he and hi- >ounc friends rode
round the parking lot .
Happy news irom New York
Dr Ltn and Koz Zilbert. No Bay
iTHigr. they'll be grandparents
or the firt time come August
. Daughter. Dianne. now Mrs.
Murray Robin, will be here in
lune to await the arrival of
When Murray joins her
the end of the summer, the
anil) will become permanent

ne and liar. Heller ir. N
Irk kend to
I'JA South-South.
b \i s2f savel \^i
U
rove
Conference which Dan addressed
on Sunday He's now been
fcad t -erve on the rewly-
formed National Young Leader-
ship Cabinet of CJA.
*
A visitor from Hartford. Conn..
I I 25 roara, Barney Wachtel
was feted on hi.- 91st birthday
anal vet ear] la -t week by Mr
and Mrs Loui- Katz. of the Bel-
vedere Hotel Here with hi>
daughter Mr.-. I. Steiglitz. Wach-
tel was a retail merchant for
53 years before retiring
President of his .synagogue for
16 years, he is a member of the
Hebrew Home for the Aged.
B'nai B'rith. American Jewish
I Bftes* anl American Jewish
Committee.
*
A nil si surprise for Levan
Lincoln. who was recently
dug through the London
Express to find a halt-column
v on hi- brother. Fredman
Ash LJi c tin. Q.C.. founder of a
plan to have Jewish voluntary
workers take on the jobs in I
pitaN throughout England dur-
ing Christmas, so that those ob-
serving the -ea-on could go home
tor the holidays .
A new Miami Beach resident.
I-aiah M Adler. is having hi-
first look at the place which will
now be home for him Origi-
nally irom New York. Adler. a
Hebrew and Torah scholar, spent
mans years in Indianapolis,
where he ua- honored as 1962
Educator of the Year" .
Main attraction here is his sister.
Mrs Edward Eikin. honorary'
president of the Bikur Choiim
Kosher Convalescent Home on
Collm- Ave

Internationally-known educat
or. philosopher, columnist and
author. Dr. Jacob Samuel Li-t.
will be at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel for the next two weeks to
undertake a preliminary stud)
of retarded children in Florida.
f'ir future publication
Delightful luncheon at the
Clubhouse Restaurant given by
her many friends in Hadaasah
honored Mrs. Sheila Baron,
whose marriage to Joseph Riger.
of Binghamton NY., will take
place very soon Showering
the former president of the Al-
bert Einstein Group with songs,
gift- ard rhymed tributes were
her mother, lira. Barney Gold-
stein, of Whiting. Ind.. and sev-
eral members of the bride-
groom's family, localites Mrs. Dining at Victor and Ann Bidone's De Continental Restau-
Harry Newman and Mrs. Marvin rant are Mrs. Paul Levinger. Max L. Grant. Trudy Crane.
Hirsh. and Mrs. Minnie Riger of Mr. Levinger, of the Speidel Corp., of Providence. R.I.. Mrs.
South Orange. N J. Bidone. and Mrs. Grant.
Another future bride feted at
a luncheon. Mi.-s Nancy Sonnett.
daughter of Mr. and Mr- Mur-
ray Sonnett Given last Sat-
urday at the home of Mrs. Stan-
lej Peak. 5240 No. Bay Rd.. co-
bostesses wen Mrs Sam Hirsch,
Mrs Leonard Platt. Mrs. Sey-
mour Silverman and Mr- Gene
Troop .
Guest list included. Mr- Leo
Selkowitz. mother of the groom,
and Mesdames Maxwell Weill.
Herman Sumar. Ben Davidson.
Sidney Poller. Ralph Hall.
George Goddman. Melvin J.
Richard. W. BUI Glick. L I
Lubin. Lou Freeman. Joseph
Goodstein. Sheldon Spector. Ar-
thur Leibowitz. Howard Brooks.
Robert Jackson, Leo Stein. Jack
Ross. Tracy Auspitz. Claire Her-
zog. Sara Seigel. Stephen Pett-
ier, Michael Weiss and the
Misses June Albert and Martha
Van Camp .After lunch, the
group was entertained by Miss
Lynn Peal, who is visiting her
parents from New York, where
she ha- appeared in a Broadway
production.

Friends slad to hear Mr- Aus-
tin Burke in the pink auain at
2218 Alton Rd.. following a bout
with surgery '<' Miami Heart In-
stitute
Form Jewish Club At Lehigh Acres
A Brat-time pattern >i brother-
hood and interfaith is fast devel-
oping at Lehigh Acre-. Pla.,
through the leadership there of the
Lehigh Acre- Jewish Community
Clul> The club was formed last
June b\ Lehigh Acres homeown-
ers eager to perpetuate Jewish
tradition
Two husband-wife couple- are
the clubs officers Presided and
leeretarj are Mr. ad Mrs Louis
C. Cantor, former New Yorker-
Vice president and treasurer are
Mr and Mr- Myers Moranz. for-
merly of Ohio and Indianapolis
Chairman of the board of directors
i- Dr. Andrew J. Leon, recently
ol Miami Beach. Board members
include Gerald H. Gould, pre-i
dent ot Lee County Land and Title
Co., and Arthur Kes-ler and Irv-
ing Herman, all former M
To help the Jewish group mark
the recent Chanuka festival, the
Community Congregational Church
in Lehigh Acres invited thi
to hold Friday nighl si rvicea
there Nearest tynago
gregation Beth El in Port Myen
12 mile- away.
The Jewish Community Club
hold- meetings in the Lehigk
Acres Country Club
V
Rabbi Schiff in Review
The Rothschilds." by Km::
Morton, will be reviewed bv Kali
bi Solomon Schiff on Tuesday, l
p.m.. for members of Beth E1,
Sisterhood. Mr-. Schiff 1- hos-
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New Book Adds
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"TemiTas Zion"-the Fruit of
Zion." written in Hebrew, is the
title of the recently published
book by Rabbi Ben Zion Root
thai, spiritual
leader of Congre-
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Torah An she
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it the
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Recently returned from Israel.
he visited Yeshivoth and institu-
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many of the Orthodox rabbis and
scholars*, here.
Accepted by rabbi- and Tal-
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States ani Israel, his new book
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Samuel Friedland. beard chair-
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Of Miami, chairman Leonard Abess
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Frie llaod, a resident of Miami
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Friday, January 25. 1963
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Jj i r i h J a z
First child, a daughter for Ruth
. rid Howard Klein, 2062 Alton Rd.
i Jizabcth Ann born Jan. 20. New
lajther is regional director of the
National Jewish. Hospital pf Pen-
ci Grandparents arc "1vir"uand'
Plan CJA Rally
For Schools Hero
'Annual rally of the Combined
Jewish Appeal school campaign
will he held on Sunday, Feb. to.
..t Beth David Congregation.
The r;illy will feature the 2.r>th
anniversary of the Greater Miami
irwi-li Federation and the Festi-
val of 'l'u B'Shevat.
At ten a.m., th dleg*tes of
all local Jewish schools will bt
addressed by Marshall Harris,
winner of this year's Federation
Young Leadership Award, who
will speak on the objectives and
functions of local, national and
overseas Jewish agencies sup-
ported by the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
The first session will be chair-
ed by Jay Casselhof, president of
the inter-school Keren Ami Coun-
cil, with Shelly Perch, secretary,
recording the session.
The rally will break up into four
buzz sessions at 11 a.m. Ronald
Schon of Beth David will chair
the first session on local agencies.
Edward Pomerfntz, Israelite Cen-
ter, will act as recorder. Melvyn
B Knimkes. secretary of the Bu-
(.iii of Jewish Education, will act
as consultant.
For the second liu// session on
lational agencies, Mitch Strumpf,
ler-Granada, will acl as chair-
man. Ann Rabinowitz, Beth
l ill. will be the recorder, and
ICarml Schwartz, ol the Federa
staff, will act as consultant
in the third buzz session, Jill
m, "i Beth Sholom, will !><
rhairman, Stephen Lapinsohn,
JTtmple Zion, will be recorder, and
I I'.e Zion Ginsburg, Bureau board
lember, will act as consultant.
The fourth buzz session will
deal with organization and pro-
gram of Keren Ami Council.
Leonard Taylor, Beth Torah,
wrll be chairman. Gary Lam-
pert, Beth Am, will be record-
er, and Louis Schwartzman, Bu-
reau executive director, will be
consultant.
The committee of arrangements
[for the workshop include Jay Cas-
Uelhoff, Leonard Taylor. Ronald
kchon, Scott Samet. Michael
Leone, Shelley Perch, Gary Lam-
Ipert. Ann Rabinowitz. Stephen
ILapin.-ohn, Eddie Pomeranti,
BMiteh Strumpf, Mark Pollack.
pane} Goldberg, Jill Bloom, and
Marsha Steiner
The morning session will also in-
Iclude entertainment by a national
(celebrity.
Mrs. Joseph L. Cohen, of Miami
Beach, an I Mrs. Jennie Klein,
who is here from Brooklyn to
Greet her new granddaughter.
A second son. DavTdTlan. born
Jan. in In Frankfurt, Germany, to
Mr. and Mrs. Jefald Edward
iJudyi Bloom. Brother, Mark
William, is 2 years old. Grand-
'arents arc Mr. and Mrs. Herman
BJ m m, Surfaide, and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Robinson. El Portal,
leral.l. a University of Miami
graduate, formerlj taught physics
and chemistrj at Hlaleah High,
ard is now teaching ihe same
subjects at the Frankiurl Ameri-
can High School in Frankfurt.
Daughter, Janet Lauren, born in
Kew Gardens, N.Y., to Mr. and
Mrs. Rernard Shultz. New moth-
" r is the former Leila Eisenberg,
daughter Of Mr, and. Mrs. Herman
Eisenberg, 4421 Sheridan Ave.
Kisenbergs have just returned
from spending several weeks with
Iheir new grandchild. Local
grandchildren are Ronalee and
Jeremj Eisenberg, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Eisen-1
berg.

It was a baby boy. weighing in
at 7'j lbs., on Wednesday morning
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for
Jimmy and Henrietta Cordon, of
Miami. Paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Jennie) Gor-
don, well known in social and com
niuiial circles here.
Academy Women
Plan Breakfast
A kickoff breakfast which will
initiate the 15th annual journal of
ihe Hebrew Academy is being
planned bj Hebrew Academy
Women.
Miss Sue Berkow tz, chairman,
announced that a committee has
bt i n appointed
Plans are also being made for
Hebrew Academj Week, during
which all members will participate
in an intensive drive to make this
year's book "a successful and out-
standing one.'' she said.
Delegates of the Council of Parent Teacher
Assns. meet at the home of Ijflrs. Samuel
Hirsch to plan the program for the annual
workshops of the PTA Council. Subject this
year will be "Adult Education for Your Child."
Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Louis Schwartz-
man, Mrs. Lawrence Scheer, Beth David; Mrs.
Robert R. Frank. Mrs. Seymour L. Alterman
and Mrs. Harold Siegel. Temple Emanu-F.
Mrs. Louis Cohen, Temp'.e Ner Tamid; Mrs
Samuel Hirsch (standing), Beth Sholom, pres
ident; Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. Be'h Torah; and Mrs
Irving A. Kushman, Temple Beth Sholorr
"'orkshop will be Feb. 14 at Temple Emanu-
El.
Beach PTA Hears Judge Advocate
Adm. William C. Mott, Judge
Advocate of the United States I
Navy and a member of the Amor
lean Bar Assn. Standing Commit- \
tee on Education against Com-
munism. will be in Miami Beach
On Wednesday to address the stu-
dents and parents, at a general
meeting of the Miami Reach Sen-
ioi High School PTA Meeting will
start at 8 p.m., and will be hole
in the school auditorium. 22\\\
Prairie A\e
Topic of \ will be "Urgency ol the study of
Americanism Vs. Communism A
summarization ol the course and
a sample lesson will be given by
Mrs. Angeline Skipper, vice prin-
cipal of curriculum, and Charles
Fieldson, ol the Social Studies De-
partment.
The A cappella choir will pre-
sent "These Are the Times That
Try Men's Souls," essay by Thomas
Paine.
Steve Moore is principal oi \. -
.inii Beach Senior High, and ITX
Admiral Mott's appearance is co- president is Mrs. Herbert Scott
sponsored by the PTA and the I Young. Program is coordinate
American Bar Assn. Program is by legislative chairman. Mrs.
ipen to the community. Maurice Serotta.
?nbbi Labovitr on TV
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, spiritual
|leader of Temple Ner Tamid. will
host the program. -'Still Small
I'oice," on Sunday, 10 a.m.. over
[WCKT Ch. 7.
Summer Ccrcp
Making Plans
Camp Ga-Ge-Gah, Beth Torah's
summer day camp, is now in the
process of planning for its sec-
ond summer program year. Reg-
istration will be open to congre-
gation member- beginning Sunday.
Jan 27. Registration will be open
to non-members Mar. 1.
Chairman of the camp commit-
tee is Mrs Fwald Ziffer, and Hy
Tadelman will return again as
camp director. A qualified and
experienced Staff has been -e
lected.
tamp Ha-Ge-Gah is an eight-
weak program and offers swim-
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field trips, athletics bowling,
games, color work, and camp
-hows. This .summer, a cold cut
lunch will be provided two days
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Friday, Janucy 25,
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Do you remember those dolls thai came in all sizes with movable
arms and legs? For the longest time, Helen Mrs Hyman) Kaplan's
dad had a fifty dollar chock framed in his store It seemed un
believable to him th.it his thirteen year-old daughter should make that
much money for sets of doll clothes she had designed, made and
sold to department stores Helen went to Simmons in Boston, then
to Designers Art School, and later to Hilt. She was so cocky that she
didnl realize how much she had to learn until she was working at her
first job a* desiszer in the firm where she eventually became head
designer. She met her husband. Hy. at a toboggan party in Lowrll.
Mass., where she had been born and raised Anxious to make a good
impression, her smile literally froze on her
face, it was so cold.
The Kaplans moved to Miami when their
daughter, Anne, was two-and-a-half-years-old.
Anna is now Mrs Howard Margoluis. with two
children. Amy and Richard, and a third on
the way. Phyllis, the second daughter, was
horn in Miami. Their clothes, designed and
made by their mother, were always the envy
of their playmates and their mothers Helen
immediately participated in all forms of com-
munity life, starting out With National Council
of Jewish Women. She still found time for her
hobbies Her love of gardening stemmed from
her Girl Scouting and camp days. Presently.
Lis chairman of the Potted Plants <>f Cedars
of l ebanon, a money-raising pn Ject Many are
th( aw ards thai she has won for her Banyon
Garden Club Hi r gar len, unusually terra
on two levels, with orchids covering the ham
is a fittir-.u setting for the tradi
ives to show off the garden, bul he doesi I
- to be fair, he does rak< a few leaves
For ten years Helen designed and manufactured the "Helen Kay
Sun-Da) Best cl until il came to the point where she
: had to i > stopped Now >he does spot Jobs
ike the thirty-0v( dre spring line "i children's sports clothes thai
-he has just finished. The creative urge is behind everything Helen
including her fabulous creative cooking. At cm.nits and theater,
Helen sits quietly, her golden hands still, but her vivid excitement
shows through her expressive, sparkling eyes She finds all that she
beholds good.
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PARTIES GALORE
Lots and lot- of parties have been given for Isabelle Hecht, daugh-
ter of Florence and Izzy Hecht. whose marriage to Neal Amdur. son
of Boa and Allen Amdur. will be consummated on .Ian. 27. Mrs. Chester
Krone. Mrs Alfred Werblow and Mrs. Daniel Sepler started the social
whirl with a kitchen shower at the Algiers Hotel Then there wai I
yellow-and-white brunch at the Carl Sus.-kind home give by Willa Sue
kind and Brenda Brody for the contemporary friends of the bride
ha I prepared song books as favors, so a community ting
the hit of thi i as working the crossword puzzle they
as Chicago, Amdur, nu]
childn n." Ai cl at the Algiers bj Mrs II
I IK S tz, Jr.
l' mtai:
Philip -
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Judy ind Tom G H t -Kn sky arilyn and
Harry Smith Manly n surprised Tom by
oi the secret lean na paid olf.
Inez took her raci it makes [or beautii pshots.
The weather was ideal i amians there we e Leila and Alan
Marcus. Dr. Clay Fin< and Gail Susan and Sam Smith, and the
Eli Pietracks

NEW YEARS EVE AT WES1VIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Fir-! cocktl twelve, then a New Year- Kve buffet
supper ior 200 served next, bul
who could eal W w'tn New Year's horns
and merrymakers mcj menus, tmong guests were Betty
..it l.eo Schwarti e \ Nadlers Milliceril and Herbert Trnobum.
!: and Howell Kase, Phyllis and Han;. Frohman, Hollie and Dan
. km, Jackie Cd Richard Haft
Israel Investors In Meeting Here
Goodman, Stern
To Wed in May
Mr. ami Mr- Joseph 1 Good-
man. 6865 Byron Ave.. announce
the engagement ol their daughter,
Gail Sus in, to Stanley Stern, son
of Mr and firs Jack Stern, Ni
V ik City.
Now on the stait oi Haydcn Pub-
lishing Co in Neu York City, the
luture bride is a graduate ol Mi
ami Beach High d the Uni
- i I
in eh mi ntarj n S e
attended the 1 niversit; ol
Alabama, where a mem-
ber n! Sigma Delta Tan Sorority
The bridegroom-to-be ha
uate of William Howard Talt H
City College Of New York, and
Columbia Law School. He i- a
member of the Bar of the Slate
Oi' New York, and is currently
practicing with the National Labor
Relations Board.
Grandparents of the bride elect
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Goodman
and John Benjamin and the -late
Mrs Benjamin.
A Miami Beach wedding on May
12 is being planned.
I
Harry Frankel. ol New York
( .ty, an officer arid director of
Israel Investors Corn spoke to a
meeting of lie stockholders
last week at the Algiers Hotel
Frankel, national vice president
Tifereth Israel Card Party
Regular bi-monthly Tifereth Is-
rael Sisterhood card party was
held on Wednesday 8:30 p.m.. in
the social hall.
! the American Committee for
ihe Weizmann Institute of Science,
and I top leader in the United
Jewish Appeal ^r.i State of Israel
Bonds, attended a board meeting
of I.IC in New York la-t week
end.
He is wintering in Bay Harbor
Islands with his wife. The two
Greater Miami members of the
I.IC. national board. Maurice Re-
vitz and Jack S. Popick. were co-
chairmen of Wednesdays meet-
ing.
miSS SIMA STAHL
MISS CAR GOODMAN
Stahl, Goodman
Eye March Rites
Miss Sima Dove stahl and Jer-
ome Flam Goodman have chosen
Mar. 31 as their wedding date
Parents of the engaged couple-
are Mr. and Mrs (.has K Stahl.
5161 SW IIh St.. and Mr and Mr-
Morris I. Goodman. 1015 Shore
Ln.. Normandy Iain.
The bride-to-be is presently em-
ployed as a medical assistant Her
fiance is a local business man
Nuptials will take place al I
Algiers Hotel
Simon, Lyons
Plan Tor Summer
\ summer wt d ing i- plai
bj Miss Patricia l i
Richard Ward Lyons Mr and
Mrs. Herbert S '
Ave i ol thi

A al the i niversity of
Miami, the future bridi
Si i Hi and
i (tended the Universitj of i
is a member ol Delta Phi
Epsilon Sorority
Her fiance i- the son oi Mr and
Mrs Herbert Lyons, of Miami \
graduate of Northwestern Univer-
sity and the Universitj of Miami
School oi Law. he i- I member
ol Phi Alpha Delta, l< gal fratern-
ity.
Hollywood Head
Renowned Rabbi
Dr. Joseph Sh ral
Congregation B'na he
ton for the past 2
ue-t speaker al
t Hie Bro -
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he hoi a Bat hi \:
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Young Executives to Meet
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ourl will be an informal speak
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i ci lives in the commun-
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ind Sam Lubj Jr on be
oi the 1983 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, The party will take
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SIR 78th Cl next Wednesdaj even-
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Susan's Betrothal
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^Jewlsti Fk)ridlii&n
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yours,
v..
RATIONAL Children's Cardiac
'^ Hospital held impressive dedi-
cation ceremonies Sunday after-
noon, which signalled the mov-
ing of the hospital into its new
home in the Metropolitan Miami
Medical Center.
Among local chapter presidents
who presented a station wagon to
the hospital were Mrs. Nat
Friedman, of the Miami Beach
Chapter, and Mrs. Mac Rebel, of
North Dade. who both chpsc pink
moygashel linen sheaths for the
; fternoon. Mrs. Friedman's dress
was trimmed in a matching col-
ored satin banding around the
high rounded neckline, and her
skirt featured asymetrically cut
-light stand-away pockets. An in-
side panel of white lace was In-
serted down the front of Mrs.
Reisel'a dress, and her neckline
. imbined a bateau line with a
modified scoop.
Mrs Burl Toppan, president of
Flamingo Chapter, selected an
hell 'k shantung sleeveli --
-heath with a high scooped neck
.I'd a narrow. rolled, sell fabric
!'.. !e Chap
V .i bael I-eld,nan wore
ii lesc i gold paislej printed
shift. Mrs, Charl s Held, Jr., ol
a two-
canai y >< 'I' w, with the
. .-I.-ii I tUng > verblouse and
,-!n ath skirt Miami B ach Chap
ter President Mrs. Michael Blank
wore a peacock blue silk shan-
-luath with a white cardi-
bpuclc jacket printed in <>\cr-
size blue floral-

ulANY guests from the New
" York Chapter were also at
the dedication ceremonies. Cum
fortabty dressed f-ir the warm
Florida sun was Mrs. Louis E.
Ken.hold, president <>t the Mary
Richter League of New York.
ipp
She had just arrived in town
from Mexico, where she bought
Me unusual jersey print shift she
was wearing. Blues, greens and
gol !> were accented in black, and
blended into a unique abstract
design, other Gotham visitors
Were Mrs. Ceil Roman, who wore
a turquoise sheath; Miss Sara
Appel. who topped her blue linen
sheath with a capelette bolero;
Mrs. Ralph Lcvlne, who chose a
basket weave linen ensemble of
a coat in black and white geo-
metric design over a black
sheath; and Mrs. Barbara Adler.
whose oriental-designed print of
muted shades of lavendars and
blues came from llonu Kong
Mrs. Norman Emitter's sand-
colored silk was an unusual in-
terpretation ot tile shirtwaist
-heath. Narrow inserts of lace
alternated vertically with the
silk. Beige was the choice of
Mrs. Doran Zinner, whose short
Sleeves featured -mall self fabric
ties Mr- Henry Jacobson's petal
pink moj gashel l:: en shi a !. had
.i i collar
*
CHEER grey wool was irn by
"* bj Mrs. Eli Timover Her
' e Ik bloui e had a high cir-
r ruffled collar, and a cape
jacket .i- "\ r her shi ith -kin.
Mrs. Jan Jaci bs chose black i ilk
< i epe wil Ii .i laticed bodice, Mrs.
Jacobs is now retired, but she
has -erved as director of the hos-
pital since its inception.
General chairman of the Dedi-
cation Bafl is Joseph A. Garficld.
and for the ceremonies Sunday,
Mrs. (larfield chose a sand beige-
coli red silk and wool boude suit.
Her bodice was of softlj draped
sdk chiffon, and her matching
fabric hat was 11i^Ii crowned and
deep brimmed
Students of fourth grade who will participate Linda Ehrlich, Terri Marcus, and Susan
in groundcreaking celebration cf Temple Beth Radcear. Looking on (rear) is Mr. Bernhardt
Shirah are (left to right) Donna Levine, Henri- Chesman.
etta Goldman. Andrea Pollack,,Lauren Baros,
Beth Shirah Maps Weekend Fete For Dedication
Some 200 boys and girls will
participate in the groundbreaking
ceremonies tor the first unit ol
Temple Beth Shirah on lour acres
of land at 120th St. and 77th Ave.
Honored guests will be Dr. Ira
Eisenstein, director of the Recon-
struct ionist Foundation, and Rabbi
Leon Kronish, of Temple Beth
Sholom.
Rabbi Mortis A. Skop and Can-
I tor Herman K. Gottlieb will direct
I the program to begin with special
ceremonies in the Palmetto Sen-
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, life membership chairman of Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood, pins Mr--. Murry Koietzky, youngest
life member, at a recent tea and meeting at the Eden Roc
Pompeii Room, honoring all life members. Looking on (left to
right) are Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Sisterhood president; Dr. Irving
Lehrman, the Temple's spiritual leader; and Mrs. Joseph Rose,
first life membership chairman.
ior High at 2 p.m., Feb. 17. Sou-
venir golden shovels will be pre-
sented to those participating ii,
the "Ground Blessing."
Leon Roth, chairman of the
advisory council, will introduce
Architect Seymour Drexler, who
will present the plans for the
social hall and classrooms of
the first unit. Mrs. Jack Som-
berg, Sisterhood chairman, and
Buddy Yagoda, Brotherhood
chairman, will bring report or>
contributions made to the build-
ing fund.
Temple Beth Shirah was orga' iz-
ed by Rabbi Skop and Cantor Gott-
lieb on July 9, 1961. Two-bund
families are now on the niemi,, r
ship roster, and will attend
': in I Blessing" banquet
Sat unlay. Feb. 16.
Dr. Ira Eisenstein, editor of
"Reeonstructionist Magazine,"
anther ot Freedom and l reativt
Judaism." will preach at the Sub
bath service on Friday. Feb.
in Suniland Hall.
Golden Agers
Elect Officers
Newly-elected officers of the
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the Miami YMHA were recently
installed at a candlelight ceremony cen noniea Tuesday, 10:30 a.m
ii h by Efraim ll Gal .:>.,.. ty Auditoi urn
Utive dire; tor ot the Great- _________
er i., imi Jew ish Community
Officers set vii the < mnj
lent. A < "i the
pin; t rst vice presid" '. S im r
econd vice president, Mrs ,,, Mrs ,,h|lip
Ftta Qxnu ; i 'du e< retary, .... .
Samuel S ipondtag ". Crystal House, on Saturday
secretary-, Mrs. David Braun; Mrs Sanford Jacobson conducted
treasurer, Jacob Goodfriend; fi- the Bible study Mrs. Fred Jonas
ial secretary, Alexander Yas- 1S pivsl(i,.n; amj Mrs \a, Bern-
-ord Foundation Exec Slated
Henry T. Heald, president of the
Ford Foundation since i;'">t>. will
\ e the commencement address
;,t University of Miami mid-year
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Mrs. Saiah Craun, Alexander Yasen. Second row (left to right)
are Samuel Sherman. Jacob Goodfriend, Efraim H. Gale, in-
s'.aliir.g officer, executive director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community Center, and Abraham B^irin, club president.
Folk School Oneg Friday
en; and social secretary, Mrs
Frieda Grecke.
The group is open to men and
women 55 year.- of age and older
Meetings are held each Sunday,
2:30 p.m.. at 450 SW 16th Ave.
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Entertainment will be offered
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Friday. January 25. 1363
Old Antagonisms Outdated, AJCom. Exec Says
was .sponsored by the iTiterroligious
Affair^ Committee, chained by
Nathan B. Rood, vie* president
500 wfw mmstRS
BB Lodges Plan
Mass Initiation
s wth Florida C tuncil oi B
B'rith Lddges will hold its tilth
annual mass initiation on Feb. 26:
at the Deauvllle Hotel.
Some 5(H) new members from
lodges in Greater Miami. Holly-
wood, and Ft Lau erdale will be
initiated by a B'nai B'rith team
with Nathaniel Glickman in
charge.
Recogniton of 63 pst presi-
dents, who will be presented
with certificates of honor, is
also scheduled as part of the
event. Guest speaker will be
Dr. William A. Wexler, national
chairman of the membership
committee, and members of the
international cabinet of B'nai
B'rith.
Chairman of the event is Jack
Wilson. Maurice Finegold i> co-
chairman. Charles Seiavitch is
president of the Florida State
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DAVID DANZIG
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges.
Eward A. Stern is president of f
,hc South Florida Council.
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee heard
David Danzig, national program
director of the CommiUcev tarti-
lute of Human Relations in New
York, explore -.IcvMsh Christian
Relations in a Post-Western Bra"
at the Everglades Hotel, Tuesday
In his remarks here Tuesday,
Danzig said that "the power con-
flicts to ay are of -uch magnitude
that large blocks of nations have
supplanted the basic national an-
il gonisms ol past generations
The Common Market, the Afro
Asian block, the French commun-
ity, the British Commonwealth.
the Atlantic community, represent
the new constellations of power."
Danzig suggested that the
principle of unity around which
these nations may organize "can
be no other than that of plural-
ism." Only on the grounds of
equality of large and smalt na-
tionsthe acceptance of equal-
ity of diversity of race, religion
and nationalitycan true unity
be achieved, he declared.
"The distribution of power
Also assisting in plans for the throughout the world has brought
Feb. 26 event is Joseph (ionn- to the West a new awareness of
stein, president, Hatikvah Lodge.----------------------------------------------------
.v^7. Golf and Tennis
In Doral News
Dick Shawn, famous comedian,
is the first celebrity to sign up
to play in the Doral Pro-Celchnt>
Tournament to be held Mar 20.
The Pro-Celebrity is run one
daj prior to the start of the $50.-
000 Doral Invitational, which is
again slated to attract a top pro
in Id, including -\rnie I' a i m e r .
Gar) Player, Jack Nicklaus and
last year's Doral winner Billy
Casper.
Martin Levine, general mar
01 Doral Hotel an.I Country Club.
has announced the appointment
c \m Hendrix as Tennis Pro at
the plush Miami resort.
Hendrix, who at one time was
ti nth ranked among the country's
amateurs, recently reined as ten-
: i- coach of the i'.s. Naval Acad-
emy after a tenure of 20 years
its minority position The previous
expectation that the non-Western
nations would be ushered into the
uodeai aerld under the domi
nance of the more advanced na
tions "i the West is clearlj unreal
istic
Warning that "the white man
I r ciu e in his < i" of Ihe
luture the pi lure ol him ell as
a minority.*' he added that chu--
anity, primaril) a rel gion i I the
white man. inu t right!} so r ird
itsell And. there are clear indi
cations th il Christian Mai smei
today do recognise this fact, and
one rinds among Christians. Cath-
olics particularly, growing rec
ognition <>t de facto pluralism as
characteristic of the world as a
whole, and the United States in
particular."
Dim 3 offered up the hope for
greater recognition and respect
among those Christian leaders
aware of world changes and a
greater willingness to accept the
validity of non-Christian reli-
gions."
President of the Committee's
Greater Miami Chapter is David
B. Fleeman. Tuesday's meeting
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[Vid Kraslow continues to
lews and make news as
gton correspondent for
I Mm spapers and The Mi-
eralii.
Da\e was in town about
th ajo. he expressed con-
thb column over the d*>-
tioc of inaccurate and in-
te news from the nation's
Since then, Dave has
further contributions to
ism through two related
merits.
American Society of News.
Editors has filed a report
ernment manipulation of
MWS at the height of the Cuban
crisis. In this report. Kraslow
is credited with citing the fol-
lowing example of deliberate de-
ception aiid manipulation of
news.
"On Oct. 19. (the Defense De-
partment i denied knowledge of
the existence of Cuban missile
bases. Yet Defense Secretary
Robert S. MeNamara said later
that he had 'heard intelligence'
on the suuject oy Oct. 15."
According to Krasiow's report.
"There is substantial reason to
believe that other mistatements
. Were made on the day pre-
ceding Mr. Kennedy's speech to
the nation Oct. 22."
Since then, the ace Miami re-
porter has worked tirelessly to
develop a factual accounting of
news relating to Cuba.
Last Monday in a front page
Herald story. Kraslow reported
on his exclusive interview with
Attorney General Robert Ken-
nedy. The subject of the inter-
view was the unsuccessful Bay
of Pigs invasion in April, 1961,
in which Attorney General Ken-
neJy played a major role.
One fact brought out in Kras-
low's interview with the Attorney-
General was that ''there was
never any plan to have U.S. Air
Cover" during the invasion. Sev-
eral national publications have re-
ported that the VS. reneged on a
promise of air cover. Kennedy
stated no such promise was ever
given, and Kennedy ought to
know. ,
Kraslow continues his digging
for the truth. Simultaneously, he
is earning a reputation for be-
ing a factual Washington corres-
pondent, perhaps the highest
compliment a reporter can gar-
ner in the nation's capital.
Also in View
Another Herald staffer who has
built an impressive reputation is
Photographer Ray Fisher. When
shooting iilm tor the Herald. Ray
says he tries to "capture what is
happening in the most honest and
dramatic way possible." Ray is
an alumnus ot Miami Beach
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity of Miami, where he edited
one of the school publications.
His photograph ot Princess Mar-
garet in Jamaica last year was
published throughout the world.
In the Sports Department of
the Herald. 25 year-old Ken Fink-
el serves as both a writer and
"page make-up" man. Ken likes
working on The Herald's sports
pages because his paper shares
hi.s own enthusiasm for good
"make-up."
Frank Blumenfield. a Herald
veteran ol ten yean, edits stories
and writes headlines at the Her-
ald's Copy Desk. In addition to
writing occasional book reviews,
Frank also is charged with part
of the responsibility for assuring
that no libelous statements are
published.
On the Herald's City Desk.
Stuart Auerbach reports the local
news and particularly enjoys
political writing in depth. Stu
is a graduate of Williams College,
where he studied Political Sci-
ence. Many people think StU
bears a startling resemblance to
White House Press Secretary
Pierre Salinger.
Florida Bar Will
Feature Course
A two-day short course on "Civil
Practice Before Trial'" will be
presented by the Florida Bar in
Miami on the evenings of Jan". 30,
Feb. 0. and Feb. 13.
The le-al learning sessions will
lx held at the McAllister Hotel,
according to an announcement by
Harry Zukernick. Miami Beach,
who Is in charge of local arrange-
ment for the short course.
The seminar is one of a state-
wide series in a new program of
post-graduate legal education
sponsored by the Florida Bar.
Lawyers enrolling for the course
will hear lectures by a panel of
noted legal authorities on pre-trial
procedures and pleadings.
Past Presidents luncheon
Past presidents and fashion
show will be held on Tuesday at
the new Holiday Inn, So. Dixie
Hwy., for members ol B'nai B'nth
Women of Miami.
Visit to Israel
Reported Here
Barrett N. Rothenberg gave a
report on his recent visit to Israel
to Temple Tifereth Jacob Sister-
hood members Wednesday even-
ing.
Slides of the new city of Me
Ami were shown, followed by Is-
raeli music and dancing.
Chairman was Mrs. Bernard
Furman. Mrs. Samuel Seidle is
Sisterhood president.
Bidone's
Where Elegance
in Dining is
A Tradition
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vJewisli Fkrktian
Friday. January 25, 1963
flt-ll
1000 Expected at Cardiac Ball Here;
Tony Martin to Lead Stellar Program
A record attendance of more
1lian 1.000 persons is expected to
j'ttend Saturday night's Dedica-
tion Ball of the National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, general chair-
man Joseph A. Garfield said this
Meek. The gala, SlOOa-couple
function is scheduled for the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel at 8 p.m.
BERNARD MANDLER
Blue Laws Will
Be Viewed Here
"Sunday Blue Laws'' will be the
theme of a meeting of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress. Metropoli-
tan Chapter, on Saturday evening
in the Biscayne Room of the Mc-
Allister Hotel.
Bernard S. Mandler. president
pro-tem, will conduct the meet-
ing.
Guests will include Mrs. Betty
Weir Alderson, national director of
the Women's Division of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, who will
bring greetings from the national
office.
Discussants of the "Sunday Blue
Laws'' theme will include Pastor
Harold E. Fagal, of the Temple
Seventh Day Adventist Church;
David Hume, president, Greater
Miami Council of Churches; and
Mandler. who is also chairman of
the Southeast Region Commission
n Law and Social Action of the
American Jewish Congress.
A question and answer period
a ill follow the discussion. Harold
Kramer. regional director of
VICongress here, will introduce
Mrs. Alderson.
TETLEY
TEA
Tony Martin, internationally-
known star, headlines the enter
tainment program. Cocktails at 7
p.m. will precede the dinner, with
George Coury associate chairman
and Lee Ratner honorary chair-
man ol the ball;
Garficld, a vice president of
Nat'onal Cliiidien's Cardiac, alss
serves on (he bC3rt' of gsvenors
of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
end has p.'ayed a major role in
the es?ab!i:hrnsnt of the AAe.'ro--
polifan Miami Medical Center.
Highlight of the ball will be the
second annual coronation of the
King and Queen of the Land of
Blending Hearts. Jt. Williams
Apte, hospital vice president, and
Mrs. Leo Robinson will yield their
thrones, but the identities of then-
successors will not be revealed
until the actual crowning.
Another presentation of awards
trill be the naming of Lord and
! Lardy Cardiac. Leo Robinson and
Mrs. Dolly Reiner will step down
from those titles, symbolizing
outstanding work for the 26-year-
j old hospital which never sends a
needy patient a bill.
Dean Murphy, host of the Fon-
fainebleau's Gigi Room, will serve
as master of ceremonies. Art
Freeman and his orchestra will
supply dance music.
A special feature of the even-
ing will be the presentation of
prizes, headed by a trip to Rome
I via Alitalia Airlines for two, and
, a week's stay at the Hotel Du Golf.
, Divones les Bains in France. Gifts
from Revlon w ill be distributed.
Vice chairmen of the ball,
named by Garfield, include
George Okeil, awards; Mrs. Sol
Goldberg, chapter liaison; Leo
Robinson, tickets; and Robert
Rubinstein, arrangements. Rob-
inson is president, and Richard
It Berenson, chairman of the
board of the hospital.
Women's co-chairmen are Mrs.
Lee Ratner. Mrs. i George Coury
and Mrs. Joseph A. Garfield.
Other members of the commit-
tee include Mrs. Dolly Reiner,
Dave Emmer, Nat Waldman, R.
Williams Apte, Lou Poller, Rich-
ard I. Berenson, Mrs. Sheldon
Spector, William Rafkind, Milton
Komito. Saul Schulman, Henry
Dreyfus. Eii Timoner, Maurice C.
Colin, Louis Pokress. Stanley
Tate. Mortimer Feldman, Robert
L. Turchin, Dr. Louis G. Lytton,
Joseph Arkin, Joseph II. Gardner,
Judge Milton A. Friedman, Sally
Frankel, Mrs. Leslie Fairmont,
Mrs. Jacques Assael and Dr. Mil-
ton Saslaw.
National Children's Cardiac hospital's new nine-passenger
Chevrolet bus gets an inspection sticker as the final touch
before being presented at dedication ceremonies of the hos-
pital's new building Sunday. The bus was bought with 1,095
books of Merchants Green Stamps collected by seven local
and four New York women's chapters. Ten extra books were
used to pay for the license plates, but hospital secretary Rob-
ert Rubinstein (at wheel) had to dig down for 75 cents in
coin, not stamps to pay for the inspection sticker. Mrs. Sol
Goldberg, chairman of hospital services, pastes on the sticker
with an assist from City of Miami auto examiner Aracelio
Rossello.
Children's Cardiac Hospital Moves Into
New $1,800,000 Metro Center Site
Dr. Hayden C. Nicholson, dean
of the University of Miami School
of Medicine, told a large gather-
ing Sunday that "the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital is one
of those truly distinguished insti-
tutions creating here in Miami
what I believe surely is destined
to be one of the great medical
centers of the Western world."
Dr. Nicholson spoke at dedica-
tion ceremonies of the hospital's
new $1,800,000 home adjacent to
Jackson Memorial Hospital and
the Papanicolaou Cancer Research
Institute.
Gov. Farris Bryant, in a let-
ter to Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, chairman of Sunday's ded-
ication event, said that "the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospi-
tal is to be congratulated in its
move to its new home, where It
will greatly increase its contri-
butins of merl:cal care and re-
search for young patients with
heart disease."
Congratulatory messages also
came from James M. Albert, of
Miami Beach, president of the
Papanicolaou Institute; and Stan-
ley C. Myers, chairman of the
board, and Samuel T. Sapiro. pres-
ident. Cedars of Lebanon Hospi-
tal.
Ribbon-cuttung ceremonies were
handled Sunday by Judge Fried
man; Leo Robinson, president of
the hospital; Richard I. Berenson,
chariman ot the board; Miami
Mayor Robert King High, and Joe
Boyd, chairman of the Metro Com-
mission.
Beach Student
Elected to PhiBK
One of 13 seniors, the top 2 per-
cent of Columbia's senior class.
Gary Shapiro has been elected to
membership in the university's
college chapter of Phi Beta Kap-
pa, national honor fraternity.
Son of Mrs. Florence Shapiro.
9;"i25 Byron Ave.. Gary is a 1959
alumnus of Miami Beach High.
Holder of a National Merit
Scholarship at Columbia, he plan-
to continue his studies in philos-
ophy following his graduation in
June.
Florida Youth
In Conclave Here
This Weekend
Tin- Friday, Saturday and Sun-
i By, the Florida State Federation
of Temple Youth conclave will
take place al Temple Beth Am,
\ Kendall Dr
Temple Youth Groups from "all
a will participate, and 200
are expected Theme <>i
the conclave "ill be "Judaism
Futun i (urlook ol Youth "
Study sessions will be held
Saturday afternoon in three
groups, with Dr. Herbert M.
Baumgard, of Beth Am, Rabbi
Joseph Levine, of Beth El, Ft.
P;erce, and Rabbi Daniel Lowy,
of Temple Sinai, No. Miami,
each conducting a session.
The assembly "ill begin with
Friday evening services at Beth
Am. Jell Rosenberg, president of
the Southeastern Federation of
Temple Youth in the State of Flor-
ida, will welcome the group. The
service will Ik- followed by a re-
ception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Revitz, 12020 SW 63rd
Ave.
Larry Glickman. president of
the local Beth Am group, will con-
duct an original service on Sat-
urday, 10 a.m.. assisted by mem-
ber- of the Beth Am group.
On Saturday evening, the-
group will attend a banquet at
the Holiday Inn Motel of Coral
Gables, followed by dancing and
entertainment. Sylvan Hoffman,
youth advisor of Temple Beth
Am, anticipates that the Flori-
da convention will be one of the
largest ever held.
The d.'legate- will leave on Sun
day morning, after brunch at the
Temple.
Richard Abel, vice president of
the Beth Am Youtb^, Group, is gen-
eral coordinator of housing and
transportation Assistant chair-
men are Judy Erstling, Lois Lip-
man. Jan Kantor. Marcie Orovitz.
Merrie Bloeker. Russell Blank.
Byron Jason. Ron Liebernian and
Sherric Block.
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IN JEWISH
HOMES
SINCE 1837
Yea, there's Yom Tot spirit la
this fine tea..."flavor crushed"
for fullest strength and stimu-
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re with your fleishigs and
anilchigs and between meal
refreshment...
Louis G. Wechsler, newly-installed president, receives the
charter of the Greater Miami Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Assn
from outgoing president, Robert Shevin, at an installation din-
ner of the organization here recently.
Pi Lam Alumni
Install Officers
Louis G. Wechsler was install-
ed as president of the Greater
Miami Pi Lambda Phi Atumni
Association at a dinner recently
at the Sorrento Restaurant.
Other officers installed were
Max M Hagen and Morris Filter
nick, vice presidents; Larry Mis-i
rach, secretary; Michael B. Gold
stein, treasurer: Harry Rosen,
assistant treasurer.
Members of the board of direc
tors are Dr. Myron Coulton. Nor-
man Goldenburg, Dr. Michael
Gutman, and Arthur J. Sheldon.
Robert Shevin, outgoing presi-
dent, served as installing officer-
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January 25. 1963
fJewisti Hcrtdliain
Page 13-B
The Courie
h \jcrcxU Sck
wctrtz
W-Mri.....:.
T Y'c. '' ,:in,;,"u'!'K;i" Hotel next tveek v.ill be Drs. Arthu-
rfer, jack Sto.zenberg, Wynne A. Steinsnyder and Wil.iam Tannen-
Beach contractor Robert l. Turchin i8 the now president of the
p> Florid* banter of the Associated General ContoactoSof Amer
inc. He a also director of Chase Federal Savings and i;
. New director of tin spa of the Dora! Beach Hotel is B.rC
who abo direct he athletic program ( the Dorai Hote and
ntr> Club. He formerly helped sel up State of Israel's boring and
befense climes for the En-aeU Army Bill Arthur, mTnagtag
"n, p"n, pf i'/,n<'' Mrk'''" W('......Mi;i^'s A(l Club awards dinne*
DuPont Plaza Lee Ruw.tch, executive veep of WTVJ, has
ippointed to the public relations committee of U,o National ln-
Itc of Crime and Delinquency. Organization meet- a, Americana

i'" toy Albert, lo honor the late Dr. Pap's 80th birthday with a huge
' V mm, J ?~ev> fMfpital '" Miami Beach "'" be on the
..1 the old Mt. Sinai Hospital on So. Alton i;,i.
I'riiat battle for Miami Beach to achieve the national Democratic
ention got underwaj months ago ..1 the suggestion of Sophia Eng-
state committeewoman from Dado. Husband Mai, vice mayor
Beach, accompanied her to Washington at his own expc.w
headed the city's delegation, but it still looks as if
taw wdl get the nod for the JFK rcnomination. Col. Jacob Arvey
k in .Miami Beach, cant lose if either city is chosen, but his national
Imittec role from Illinois dictates his public support.
lYeshiva University planning salute to Dr. Samuel Belkin on the
Jtjcir Robert Reiff
Louis Balkin
Hill
ar Ken Oka
String Quartet
Is Forming Here
\ string quartet, headed by vio-
linist Joan Field, and concertizing
nationally from Miami, is expect-
ed to be formed and playing pub-
licly bj the fall of this year.
Victor Stern, prolessor of music
at the University of Miami, and
first chair violinist with the Uni-
i versity of Miami Symphony Orch-
ie r oiudinebieau and a dinner at the Sti-rlino nn t-m _, ..
u u u.iiuii^di me aiming on tap. ; cording to the announcement by
o-,u_. ,. ... the quartets acting board of di-
I Jason Berkman, the lcokahke for President Kennedy, who serves rectors
Justice of the Peace in the Fifth District, denies he is a candidate
.ircuit Court Judgeship. but he could change his mind Watch
assistant United States district attorney and an El Portal Muni
Judge to form a law partnership Irving Schulman eyeing a
legislature spot? Attorney Larry Kimmel's work in "Bus
top notch Harry Zukamick's in charge of Florida Bar Assn.
The remaining two positions
are expected to be filled by Mar.
1, with rehearsals for the build-
ing of a repertoire to begin im-
mediately thereafter.
Be on Civil Practice Before Trial this weekend at the McAllister!' .-, .v. .k
In Chicago for the National Sporting Goods Show are Martini Afllla,,on w'!h h\ Un.vers.ty
.man and Memo. Zipp, of ZiPP Sporting Goods of South Miami. "^tE'iS?^*&?
f. are expanding their rapidly growing wholesale business. Busy in l? J% n tm,, S
li is Edith Zipp, who in addition to teaching school, and writing j G' 0ren and Dr Ra,ph K,rsch'
column for The Jewish Floridian, is working on several fashion "Wc have tentatively arranged
t& are booked for March one at the Fontainebleau for the Anne |w,th umvers,ty officials for use of
h are booked for March one at th eFontainebleau for the Anne rehearsal quarters and a concert
bk Chapter of B'nai B'rith, and one at the Americana for the!ha11, as weU as academic apoint-
seastcrn Surgical Congress.
ments for the two quartet mem-
Sou
avid w. Popick has been named general manager of Diplomat'bers stl11 to ^ named-" the spokes-
ce. a division of Standard Industrial Laundries, Inc. His appoint-!men sald'
was announced Wednesday by Al Sherman .vice president. Popick
isly was associated with Carter Industrial Laundries, Inc., in
ington, D.C., and with Industrial Uniform and Wiper Supply,
f Tulsa Hank Meyer, noted Miami Beach publicist, has ac-
the volunteer public relations chairmanship of the 25th na-
inaugural conference of Uited Jewish Appeal. The conference
ke place in the Fontainebleau Hotel an Sunday. Feb. 17.
rre, Boyd Go on Board
urice A. Ferre and William
yd have been elected to the
iis Emblem
Identifies Your
ilcome Wagon
board of directors of Pan Ameri-
can Bank of Miami.
Ferre is president of Ponce Pro-
ducts, and senior vice president
of Maule Industries. He is re-
"In return, the group will be
: the quartet in residence at the
university, and will perform a
number of free concerts for the
School of Music each year."
The spokesmen emphasized, how-
ever, that direction of the quartet
will rest with the members them-
selves, independent of the univer-
sity. Musical programming will
be the responsibility of Miss Field,
who is an internationally-renowned
I violinist and recording star.
'Our primary purpose in spur-
ring formation of the quartet is to
1 reward the interest of Miamians
sible," they said.
placing his father, Jose A. Ferre,,
who is stepping down from trfe w'Jh the finest chamber mus.c pos-
board to devote additional time
to his other interests.
Boyd is vice president and cash-
ier of the bank, and has been
with Pan American Bank of Mi-
ami since it was opened Decem-
ber 1, 1945. He was elected, as-
sistant cashier in 1947, and vice
president and cashier in 1957.
He is president of the Greater
Miami Clearing Assn., and a past
president of Miami Chapter, Amer-
ican Institute of Banking: past
president of the South Florida
Conference of NABAC; and was
vice chairman of the 1962 national
convention of NABAC
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"From the outset of our plan-
ning, we have met with repre-
sentatives of the Friends' or-
ganization to make clear that
our interest is to augment their
activities in bringing chamber
music to our area, not to com-
pete."
To secure commitment of the
musicians, the organizing group is
now raising $20,000, an absolute
minimum for the first of three
years we have undertaken to guar-
antee financial security for the
musicians.
Members of the atting board of
directors temporarily directing the
quartet's formation are Dr. and
Mrs. Sanel Beer. Herman Binder,
Dr. Richard Bohn. Mrs. Dana Dor-
sey Chapman. Mrs. David Drucker.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Friedlander,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Friedman.
Mrs. Nathan Glover, Mrs. Emil
Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Green-
leld, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Ham-
mond. Herbert L. Hiller, Dr. David
Kirsh, lire. Monna Klein. Morris
;. Mr. and Mrs] .i ih I B
On Mrs Robert Ri ss, tfi
r. Peter Stebterohn, and
Dr. Kir-.c h and 1 ir. iren,
Louis Balkin
Dr. Irving Lehnnan will offic-
iate at the Bar Mitzvah of Louis
Ellis, Bon of Dr. and Mrs. Simon
J. Wilder, and grandson of Mrs
I Frankel, durii si 1 ices Sat-
urday morning, Jan. 26, at Tem-
ple Emanu-El.
Louis is in the eighth made at
Nautilus Junior High and his hob-
bies include photography and'
sports.
He will be honored at a recep-
tion at his home on Saturday even-
ing.
Robert Pasternak
On Saturday morning, Jan. 26,
Robert Pasternak will be Bar
Mitzvah during services conduct-
ed by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz at
Temple Ner Tamid.
A reception will follow the cere-
mony hosted by Mr. and Mrs
William Pasternak, 945 W. -18th St.,
in honor of their son.
Gary Berry
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Berry, will become Bar Mitzvah
during services on Saturday morn-
ing", Jar. 20, at Beth David Con-
gregation, with Rabbi Norman N.
Shapiro officiatng.
A seventh made student at
South Mami Junior High, the cele-
brant includes boating and fish-
ing among his hobbies.
Following the ceremony his par-
ents will host the Kiddush.
4
Robert Reiff
The Bar Mitzvah of Robert, son
of Mrs. Ann Reiff, will be cele-
brated Saturday morning, Jan. 26.
I at Temple Emanu-El, with Dr.
Irving Lehrman officiating.
Robert is in the seventh grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High,
j plays trumpet, and is interested
j in football and bowling.
He will be honored at a recep-
1 tion in Michel's Restaurant fol-
| lowing the services.
* *
Mark Taft
Bar Mitzvah of Mark Alan Taft
will be observed on Saturday-
morning, Jan. 26, at Temple Judea.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offic i
iate.
Johnstown Club
To Meet Here
Johnstown Club of Greater Mi-
ami will meet Sunday evening in
the Terrace Room of the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Dr. J. Porias. president, said
that Mrs. Sylvan Holtzman, mem-
ber of the Miami Opera Guild,
and wife of the club's vice presi-,
dent, will present a program of
musical selections, accompanied
at the piano by Mrs. Bess Reis-
nian.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Theo-
dore Riddle, president of the
Johnstown College, University of
Pittsburgh.
Youth Sponsor Carwash
Youth of Temple Adath Yeshurun
are sponsoring a carwash this
Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
at Dan's American Service Station.
12995 Biscayne Blvd.
An eighth grade student at
West Miami Junior High. Mark
is a member of the marchin-j
band, Hoy Scout Troop 308, and
-ci ves on the Safety Patrol.
Mr and Mrs Jerome Taft. 6
>tt 10th St.. will host the Ki I
dush in the Bar Mitzvah's honor
follow the morning ceremony.
Richard Rice
Temple Zion will be the site of
the Sar Mitzvah oi Richard Rice
on Saturday afternoon, Jan.
with Rabbi Allied Waxman offic
The celebrant is the son of Mr
and Mrs, Robert Hue and grand
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rossen
and Mr. and Mr-. Edward Starr
A seventh grade Student at Ri-
viera Junior High. Richard plans
to continue his studies in the Tem-
ple's confirmation class.
Shales Seudos will be hosted bj
the Bar Mitzvah's parent-.
Harold Baskin
R ibl i Morris A. Skop h ill
ficate at the Bar Mitzvah of Har
old Baskin during services Sat
morning. Jan. 26. at Te::
Beth Shiran.
Harold is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Palmetto Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs Sol Baskin, 6820
S\\ 129th Ter.. will host the Kid-
dush in their son's honor.
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* Jewish ftcrldHan
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Pearly Gait
by Hal Pearl
HIT! M '"'

HOTEL LOBBYING: Cafe Pompeii at the Eden Roc reopens Tues-;
day for the remainder of the winter season. Alan King, no stranger
to these parts, and always warmly welcomed, heads the Pompeii
"opener." The glib comedy star is supported by the brotner-and-
sister team of Toni and Jan Arden. They're a versatile and highly
talented musical duo. with song presentations that are really different.
Rounding out the Pompeii program are the smooth dancers. Raye
and Roman. Harry's American Bar. at the Eden Roc, is really rock-
ing these nights, due to the exciting song-and-music presentations,
of co-stars Renee Renor and Jack Costanzo. and their band. Renee,
a sultry and slim brunette, is perpetual motion every minute she's on
stage. Her hands, fingers and lissome figure are all rhythm as she
sings and dances with Costanzo. who gives her a chance to catch her
breath by beating out some real-gone bongo solos.
The Deauville Casanova Room is featuring Johnny Mathis this
week. The top recording star is making his first appearance at the
Lamburgh hostelry. Comedian Bob Melvin is the extra added at-
traction.
Tony Martin does a one-nighter Saturday at the Fontainebleau.
It's a building dedication ball in behalf of the National Children's Car-
diac Hospital.
Fontainebleau's peppy Boom Boom Room makes the Latin dance
set happy with the music making of Chero and his Del Prado orchestra.
Frank Natale's swingy trio alternates.
The classy comedienne, Kay Stevens, continues to headline in the
friendly Tack Room of the Diplomat. Pupi Campo and his Latin music
men play for dancing nightly.
Due in at the Seville Hotel this week are Clint Walker (Mr. Chey-
enne) and Victor Jory, who'll be taking in some sun and sights while
in town for the Cerebral Palsy Telethon, which starts 10 p.m., Satur-
day, Ch. 10. Jory is the star of Screen Gems new -Manhunt" TV series
and co-starred in the "Miracle Worker."
* *
BOTH SIDES OF THE BAY: Max Perlman's sparkling comedy
continues to highlight the musical hit, Honeymoon in Israel." now in
its third week at the DiLido Yiddish Theatre. Extra exciting is the I
second act when Perlman steps to front of stage and whips the audience
into a sing-a-long. Informal and invigorating tor all concerned. Take
advantage of new low prices, starting at one dollar for evening per-
formances.
Patricia Morison and Zachary Scott are pleasing audiences nightly
in "The Fourposter" at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, where the
amusing drama of marital harmony and disharmony holds over. Miss
Morison and Scott, who have played in scores of movies, reveal their
acting know-how is as expert on stage as on screen. They comprise
the entire cast.
After hearing so much about the interest of local folk in Leonard
Bernstein's weekly symphony telecasts, I suggest that you better
get tickets as soon as possible in order not to be "shut out" when
he comes to town with his New York Philharmonic for two entirely
different concert programs. They are slated for Thursday, Feb. 21,
and Saturday, Feb. 23, at Miami Beach Auditorium.
You see three shows for the price of one every night at the ex-
citing Peppermint Lounge on the 79th St. Causeway. First, there's
the merry dancing revue. "Crazy Crazes." with the fastest routines
you ever saw. headed by the zinuy singing of Regina Raye. a voice
double" for Kaye Starr. Second, two great entertaining musical out-
lits, the Seven Blends and B. G. Rambleers, stage shows of their own.
and third, the terrific Twist dancing of the patrons is another show
in itself.
Every night but Sunday Patsy Abbott fills her intimate bistro,
Patsy's Place, wtih tumulta laugh'a-minute, one-woman show by
Patsy, that's something you can see and enjoy again and again. Miss
Abbott writes all her own material, and it's always topical and spark-
ling.
Fantastic is the word for Jewish-American vaudeville at the Cin-
ema, combined with a feature Yiddish movie. Manager Lou Fishkin
reports a busload of Jacksonville folk came down expressly for the
only show of its kind in the South.
*
DINING SCENE: Hawaii's Maile has been added to the Bloody
Mary Lounge show at Hallanclale's South Pacific Polynesian Restau-
rant.
Mule concentrates on what she calls the Hawaiian twist, and pro-
vides added exotic flavor to the show featuring ex-Tahitian Rita liani-
tua. comedienne-dancer, and 'leva, sword-flame tosser, who has ap-
peared in two motion pictures with Esther Williams. Lundy Nel-
son's Polynesians provide music nightly.
Marcel Iodice. staff artist at Miami Springs Villas, is doing four
more oils for the interior walls of the Miami Springs re-
sort. Iodice has done 21 paintings there so far and has hardly scratch-
ed the surface.
The Crystal Room, of the Lucerne Hotel, is accepting reserva-
tions for Passover Seders. The beautiful dining spot, under man-
agement of Sol Weiss and Lester Siegel, is operated on a strictly
kosher basis, with a mashgiach on the premises daily, under rabbini-
cal supervision. The dining room is open to the public for regular
dinners and for catered parties.
Locals, of course, know about Maxim's, but if you're a visitor in
town make sure you plan a dinner at this swank Surfside spot. The
owner is Andre Pascal, also a gracious host. Associated with him
is Lenke Billings, former Hungarian stage actress.
* *
GOLFERS' PARADISE: Doral Country Club has opened its sec-
ond 18-hole layout, and so has the Country Club of Miami. Sam Fried-
land will be opening his new Presidential layout, an 18-hole champion-
ship course, any day now. That's the second course for Diplomat guests.
City of Miami has a sporty 18-hole course on. LeJeune Rd., opposite
the airport. Another new addition to golfing here is Miami Lakes, a
neighbor of Country Club of Miami.
Then add Palmetto in the South Miami area, and Rolling Hills at
Ft. Lauderdale, plus the good old public standbys. Bayshore and Nor-
mandy Shores, in Miami Beach, and a par-three course, close by. and
the Miami Springs and Coral Gables Biltmore public course, and you
have a variety of layouts. This makes 15 well kept golf course* in
the Greater Miami area.
VriAnv. January 25, 1963
_ ~ r*
Symphonette Set
At Westbrooke
,m -ented at
,;b on Sun-
..ire li-'ht
isie, M-'in-
juth Wring
Page first
-(nINi .Kl-
u.la, and
Juilliard String Quartet will be heard Monday evening in a
program of Mozart, Quartet No. 18 in A; Bartok, Third Quartet,
1927; and Beethoven, Quartet No. 15 in A minor. Performers
are Robert Mann and Isidore Cohen, violins; Raphael Hillyer,
viola; and Claud Adam, cello. Friends of Chamber Music of
Miami will present the program at the White Temple at 8:30
p.m.
'Tenth Man1 Due Here on Feb. 12
Promising to be one of the all- stage manager, Kip Cohen.
time hits in the history of the Perforniance!, are nightly. ex-
Coconut Grove Playhouse, produ- ., .___...
. n c j <. t- 1 cent Mon cers. Zev Bufman and Stan Seiden. ll'" ""'""' -~ K
announce a special performance two performances Saturdays, at 8
policy will be instituted exclusive- 'p.m. and 10:45 p.m. Matinee Wed-
ly for "The Tenth Man." nesday is at 2 p.m.
Opening a three-week run on i'
Tuesday. Feb. 12. the Pulitzer
Price-winning play by Paddy Cha-1
yefsky will run nightly, except
Monday, at 8:30 p.m. With two I
performances ordinarily scheduled j
for Saturday evenings, at 8 p.m. i
and 10:45 p.m., only one Saturday
evening periormance will be
scheduled at 8:30 p.m. A Saturday
matinee, at 2:30 p.m., will be add-
ed to the Wednesday matinee at
2:30 p.m.
Reported to have broken all
theatre-party records. "The Tenth
Man" is a modern version of the
Jewish classic, "The Dybbuk."
French farce meanwhile makes
a return to the theatrical scene
Tuesday, when Eva Gabor stars in
the Broadway comedy hit, "A
Shot in the Dark."
Playing tne role of a French
parlor maid involved in the mur-
der of an aristocratic family's
chauffeur. Miss Gabor will be re-
creating the role originated on
Broadway by Julie Harris.
The play will be directed by
David Hooks. Sets are designed
by Leo Meyer, with production
. cndav Symphoi i" with the
Quartet, will be
westbcoikfl Gauntry
day at 3 p.m.
The program w I
.lassies and popull
ber8 of th* Miami
Quartel are Josepi
violin; Richard Col
lin Ronald Straus*.
Robert Deutsch, ei II
Westbrooke Couni Club will
celebrate its first wnivoiaiflr on
Satur ay, Fob 2, Ul a cocktail
dance in the Grand r,..lrom The
tlub is located on acre do a
,,n on the Trai Souflrweat
Miami.
Shckespeare Unit
Slates Authority
"Much Ado About Nothing" wflj
t-(. read and discussed at trrll |
Shakespeare Reading <*
Jan 30 at the Miami Public Lib-
rary at 7 30 p.m. P-imcipante will
be invited by Dr. David Klein
leader of the Circle, to read and
act out assigned part*
Dr Klein is professor emeritus
of the College of th. (ity of flew
York, and has taught ..t Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
I He is an authority ->n Shakes-
peare, and has conducted groups
in New York and Jerusalem sim-
ilar to Miami Pub:.c Library's
Shakespeare Reading Circle.
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Fred Stein, president of the or-
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I the new year for the Players.
There will be a discussion of the
group's next major stage produc-
j tion. The Temple Players' com-
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! O. J. Rosenstrauch, Charles Ros-
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mjmistl fhrktiam
Page 15-B
Merkos Elects Officers Here
"!
,aTaR^S5PC'
pshie Friedberg (seated) is guest of honor at a function here
..tly in the Sheldon Hotel, marking the unusual contribu-
ne has made to the Greater Miami Jewish community
_gh his participation in a variety of welfare, philan-
piC and cultural organizations. Standing (left to right)
Mendl Ackerman, noted Yiddish writer, and Jacob
Mendl Ackerman, noted Yiddish writer, Jacob Schachter,
] radio personality, and Moshe Berman, executive director
.stadrut here.
Israel Nani'ss has been elected
; honorary president of Merkos
Mmam) GMpggti ohms officers
elected at a recent meeting at the
Coronet Hotel were:
Labor, Justice
To be Viewed
Guest speaker at the Yivo For-
um on Saturday evening at the
Farband Center. 842 Washington
Ave., will be Dr. Nathaniel Sor-
oil.
His subject will be "Labor and'
Social Justice Throughout Jewish
History."
Consultant tt. me iiureau of.
Jewish Education, and head of
the College oi Jewish Studies, Dr.;
Soroff earned his I'nD degree in
Hebrew letters and Talmud at
Dropsie College.
The Yivo Forum is a weekly
presentation of the Greater Miami
j Yivo Committee.
oples National
ipoints Broad
ted at an annual stock-
meeting last week, the new-
it or of the Peoples Nation-
,.--: of North Miami Heaeh is
X. Broad, a resident of
1 ounty for 22 years and a
i&te of the University of Mi-
he re he majored in ceo-
;i-. with a degree of Bachelor
stness Administration.
a I is director and executive
[resident of American Savings
an A.-sn. of Miami Beach,
intent and director of Best In
i. Agency, director of the
r. National Bank of Belle
3c director of New York Cap-
for Industry, and director of
ell, Inc.
civic and community inter-
elude memberships in the
. Beach Junior Chamber of
rce. .Miami Beach Cham-
Commerce. Navy League of
nited States, Advisory Corn-
on Natal Allans. 6th N.i\ al
. and Circus Saints and
Airman Being
Reassigned Here
Airman Third Class Irving L.
Gevson is being reassigned to Lar-
sun AFB. Wash., following his
graduation trom the United States
Air Force technical training course
for medical service specialists at
Gunter AFB. Ala.
Gevson was trained to assist in
the care and treatment of patients
in Air Force medical wards, dis-
pensaries and clinics.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin E.
Gevson,. 8331 SW 27th Ter.. he is
| a graduate of Southwest Miami
High.
Morton May berg, president;
Murray Rosenberg and Isidore
Kramer, vice presidents; Lum-
I'ollak. secretary; Sam Shachno.
treasurer; Rabbi Stanley Weiss.
recording secretary; Murray C.
Berkowitz, chairman of the board.
Members of the board are Abe
Arancff. Henry Groudan, Rabbi
Hyman Kagan, Dr. Irwin H.
Makovsky, Rabbi Abram Safra,
Joseph Waldman, Harry Rosen-
berg, and Rabbi Abraham Korf,
executive director.
Merkos LTnyonei Chinuch is
the central organization for Jew
ish education of the Lubavitcher
movement, with local offices at
21*21 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach
The Markos is planning to
establish Camp Gan Israel ot
Florida, which will create an
Overnight kosher camp for chil-
dren here, with a program aimed
at combining recreation and reli-
gious education.
The Markos is also planning it-
second annual banquet on Mar. 3
at the Coronet
RiCHMAN. Mrs. I'nrda. SO, MO Mar-
more Ave., died J:in. it,. Riverside
WECHSLER, \lrn Gertrude, 87, 1141
Meridian Ave., died Jan 16 Kiver-
lde.
FRANK. Mr* "Tin.- S. "I. "f II-1
Adams Ave., ill. ii Jan 1.".. JJlverslde.
GILMOUR, J.iiii. T. kit, IrtTT. ColUl -
Ave., Hal II.ii I- i. died Jan. IS: R
erslde.
myerson. Mrs. Myrtle w.. 61, 800
Went An died Jan. 16. Riverside
patent, Mm. VYttn, ss, 1825 Wash-
ington A-.> dl< il Jan. 10,
tilton. Mrs. Kimny, ".", 847 Wash-
ington \\. dl< 'i Jan 10. Rlversldi
CUTLER. Louis, 7::. MO West Ave.,
riled Jan. 12, Rlvi rslde
danto. i~.ni'n. i;i. dli l Jan. 11
Rlveisidi
DOROTYNSKl. lsrai-1, 76, S746 Cha
Ax. died .1 in. 13. Rlvei side
FRANK. Mrs. 1* rls Evelyn, 60, '." "
i 'otllns A died Jan Rlvei
karp.e. Murray, 63, S64n S'A 22nd
'l.i. .I ..! Jan li It I vi rsldi
KRAMER. Mrs. Itfitha, 67, 00
St.. ill, il .l.in 14 Rlvei Idi
SEGALL. l-i.l.-i '. .,.. \ v .
ilii it .la n. 1II.
BROWNE. M- Kvu C, 74. 7 Col-
lins Ave., died .Inn 1: Itlvi ill
K .VI AT. I rank.....Tatuin W I
.i ivaj I ir died Jai
levy. Mil \. '' I mm !' nns> h
\i iii. .1 Jan i:i Rivers
levy, iiown d. r.7, t;"-" sw-
an. .. died Jan II. i Cordon
SCHWARTZ. V let, 66, ""' 13th St.,
.'i. it Jan I' Ht Xewmai
SIEGEL. M ''- 64, 177311 XW 13th
't ilii il Jan Itlvel sld,
SIMMS. I. ii- -. 222 SW 15th Av< .
j n i. il.ii dim
MORRIS BROAD
Irkin Profits Rise Again
y! revenue and profits of the.
Exterminating Company
fiscal year ended October
Il962 were highest in the firm's
lory, Sanford H. Orkin, preai-
y. reported.
let profit of $2,774,446 resulted
[earnings per share of $1.16.
|ipared to $1.01 for last year
resenting a 15 per cent in-
last.
A nev high of $34,493,417 in net
revenue against S31.397.166 for
1961 continues an upward trend for
the company, which has been un-
interrupted since 1952
During the pasi year, Orkin
opened 146 new offices, making
a total of 714 offices serving
twenty-nine states and the District
of Columbia.
Flagler-Granada
Classes Formed
Rabbi David Rosenfeld has or-
ganized classes for all age groups
at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center.
On Thursdays, at 7 p.m.. future
confirmands and teen-agers meet
for a class on "Ethics." On Fri-
day mornings, 10:30. Rabbi Ros
cnfeld conducts a class for be-
ginners on 'Reading Hebrew,"
and at 11:30. an advanced class
in "Conversational Hebrew."
In the evening, he teaches the
Bible.
Saturday mornings, junior con-
gregants discuss the "Portion of
the Week."' and at 4:15 p.m., an-
other Bible class is scheduled.
/Moscow,,* to Officiate
Emil Moscowitz. of the Jersey
Carpet Company, will conduct Sat-
urday morning services this week
end at the Sterling Hotel. Mosco-
witz is an annual visitor at the
oceanfront resort.
Joseph Cohen
Rites on Beach
Services for Joseph (Joe) Cohen,
71. brother of prominent hotelier
Saul S. Cohen, were to be at 2 p in
Thursday, at Riverside Memorial
Chapel, 1920 Alton Rd.. Miami
Beach. Rabbi Irving Lehrman
was to officiate.
Cohen, who died Tuesday, came
to Miami Beach in 1923, and was
active in the real estate business
with Irwin Sherman, Joe Gardner.
Milton Harris and George Cohen
at 1657 Drexel Ave. He resided
Iat 5985 Alton Rd.
Mr. Cohen was a former pres-
ident of both the Exchange Club
of Miami Beach and the Execu-
tive Club of Miami Beach. He
was a member of the Miami
Beach Chamber of Commerce,
I the Zoning Board, and Temple
E manu-EI.
Survivors include his wife. Lil-
lian: two children. Attorney Bur-
I ton Cohen and Mrs. Sylvia Postal,
both of Miami Beach; two brothers.
Saul S.. who is president of Inter-
national Airport Hotel System.
Inc., and Harry of Miami; thpee
-isters. Mrs. Anna Mink. Mrs. Nat
Brown, both of Miami, and Mrs.
Aaron Reichlin. of Philadelphia;
and tour grandchildren.
KLINE

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I'ltAN'K. 74, of sit SW 13th si.
li. 'I Jan. :.'". lie came hi SS
years ago from Columbus, O., and
was 1 veteran of World War I
ami a member of the Disabled
War v.i. rans. Me wan past quar-
ter-master of JWV Norman Bruce
Brown Pout and served as a vol-
unteer at Pratt Veteran* Hospital.
lie was a member of K'nal B rith,
YMHA. It. iii 11 v i.t < 'ongri t.ni'.ii
and llarvej Seeds IVmt ..f the
American Ieglon. Surviving are
bis wile. Minnie; a son, Joseph M.:
.1 riuughter, Mrs. Rosettu M. Rtns;
a brother, Charles: three sisters,
Mrs. Lena W.ii/.iu.ll. Mrs. Peart
I'r. is mil Mrs. i:..l.li. Schwarts:
and four grandchlldi n s. r\ li -
were Jan .". in Gordon Funeral
Home wiih I1..11. raiv military
graveside services nl Mt. Nebo
in. ;. 1 b> the JWV Norman
Brine I trow n post.

COHEN. Philip, sii. of 1181 Ni: 169th
Si died Jan. is iordon.
roth, Hermann. C, 75, ..i J460 NW
T'Mli St., .li.-'i Jan. 17 Riverside.
HELLER. Joseph Benjnmln, 58, 1*21
Coolldgv St., Hollywood, ilieil Jan
16, Bey. r
PLAVNJCK. Alexander 1. '- Ot III"
Ocean Dr., died Jan U Gordon,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 58277-A
IN t:i: IM.ii. ..f
HESSIK KLEIN
I >,.,,(
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I "rcdltors .iiii Ml Persons li -
in. Claims Demunds Against Said
Kstuti
V..:i ,ii. hi r< bj notlfii .1 niid re
iiilivd i" |.i. in .11>v claims and di -
ninmls which *"' ma> have against
Hi, estate of HKSSIK KI.KIN de
i-eased in. of Dude County, Florida,
.in Hi,. Count.' Judges ol Hade c.iin-
iv. snd file the same In duplicate and
. |.i ..\ 1.1. .In Sect i -1 > 733 !;. Flo
Statutes, In their offices in the Coun-
tj Courthouse In Made County, Floi
iila. within sis calendar months from
the time .il Hi. first publication here-
of Dated al Miami. Florida, iliis 22nd
In) of January, A.D. ;
IIAItllV ZCKKKNICK
As Ksvcutor
First publication ..f iliis notici on
the -'.".Hi .1 in of January, ItoJ
lllAltltV ZFKKRNICK
I Aiti.i inv for Rxecutor
4-Ji> Lincoln lid., Miami Beni h
i .:. i l-g-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 13702 Judge Joe Eaton
HARRY UREENHKRtl,
Plaintiff,
vs.
l.KAM GRBEXBiTRO,
I M. n.l.ini.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
TO: LEAH ilREKXItEKi;
. o l..-ii- Field
1136 llrintell Street
l*lttsbui-Kh, Pennsj Ivaniu
Vi .I l.i All iSRBEXBKRl I, an no-
lifted thai .. coniplulnl for divorce haa
been liliil .1-1 n-i you, nnd you are
I,,in,:, .1 lo iv. a cop) of s our an-
.., on the plaintiff's nttorney,
l'A\li:i. NKAI. HELLEIt, B10 Ains-
i.i iinii.iiii-. Mi ml 32, Florida, ana
fife Hie nclulnal answer In the Clerk
n| the Circuit ''.....'t'l I ifl on or
before the 23th da) oi February, 1968.
li you full t" do so. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you.
Dated ihi* 22nd daj ol January,

E. B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk "i the Circuit Court
(seal) By: C. P. rnri:i..vNP
Iviintc Clerk
1 '25, 2/1-8-15
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 63C 754
JOSE J. KCHEVARR1A OISPERT,
Plaintiff,
jiviita M. PEREZ ECHEVARRIA,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
i'i.: Mi ii.i M P< i. /. Bchevnrrla
nl -.i: a i'i A NO. "."'
HAVANA, CUBA
Vol. MTRTA M PEREZ ECHE-
VARRIA, Obrapln No. 55, Havana,
Cuba, are required t- file your an-
,u r (,. the 'omplaint for I Hvo
with the Clerk of the above Court,
and serve a cop) thereof upon Dlno P
Si bti HI. ail rney, 910-11 Congri sa
Builillng, .Miami. Florida, '" or before
the 25th daj of I ebruarj. I94W, or
else complaint will be taken aa eon-
l. ssed.
i-ai.ii Januarj 22. is*.
v: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Clrcull Court
(SOnll !> : K. M. l.YMAN.
Ivi.niy Clerk
l 15, 1-8-18
LEGAL NOTICE
Participation in the Tu B'Shevat program of
Beth Torah Congregation is the next activity
in store for the 60-voice school choir under the
direction of Ben Yomen. Members of the choir
are Sherry Miller, Joyce Walfish, Amy Dean,
Diane Petesky, Kim Foster. Lynn Dinnerstein,
Susan Abrams, Jane Hirschberg, Randv Phil-
lips. Martin Schaffel. Barry Goodman, Michael
Cohen, Sandy Jackson, Sandy Longer. Barry
Braun. Lynn Palant, Richard Katzman. Leslie
Falke, Wendy Epter, Laura Solomon, Shelly
Labaton, Andy Lavin, Richard Kaufman, Di-
ane Schwartz, Robert Feinstein, Richard
Gtde. Brian Abrams, Scott Moore. Mark Gur-
man, Cory Kleiman, Alan Bernstein, Harold
Rabinovitz, Ellen Schimek, Marne Taylor,
Sharon Borenstein, Lee Himelfarb, Bruce Jack-
son, Fran Misonznick, Ileen Cohen, Helene
Bookman, Mark Blauhut, David Bergman, Les-
lie Falke, Maureen Schaffel, Susan Feinstein,
Jackie Kirschenbaum, Benna Solomon, Larry
Jackson, Francine Eisenberg. Robert Levy,
Nancy Kloth, Barbi Cohen, June Hess, Patty
Karp, Risa Adler, Henrietta Langner, Terry
Abrams, Linda Hill, Karen Stern, Wendy
Hahn, Joyce Krakow, Sharon Leopold, Annie
Kay Sturman, Susan Cavell, Ina Ray Stur-
man, Debbie Marcus. Felicia Hack.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
MIT/l KMERLINCJ. also known
;i- SADIE 8M BREINti,
|i.. aed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Halms or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are herebj notified and rettoir-
. ci tu present anj claims and demands
which >" maj have agalnal the es-
tate of Mltil sin. riini!. ills'- known
as Sadie Bmerllng deceased late of
I'll.. County, lloiiila. I., the Count)
Judges ..I" ihule County, and file the
same in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar months from the
date of the first publication hereof,
or the sain.- will be bu
riENJAMIN SMKR1.ING, Executor
LEONARD EOERT ol
Myers, Helroan, Kaplan .\ Catsman
1150 R.W. l-t Sir. i 1
Miami 36, Florida
1 ll-ls---'.".. 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring i" engage in
business under the fictitious nan.....r
BARTON'S RONBONN1ERE at 538
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Eta..
mt.mis te register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County, Florida. .
MORRIS MIL8TONE
Bole m ner
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attomej for Applicant ( ,. ^ ( si.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i" engagi in
business under the fictitious name or
TRIANGLE APARTMENTS at 6M0
line Vendome, Miami Beach Intends
tu register said name with the t'l.rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
l.iUIS YOUNG
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Atlorile to I lOUlS VollIlK
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Fiiday, January 25. 196"
ONDtR THE
STRICT AND CONSTANT IOCAI RABu MM! SUPERVISION Of RABBI VBOR H. SURN
1200 FREE
MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
FREE! FREE!
FREEZER SALE!
There's one sure guide to more enjoyable eating: choose your
meats and poultry at your nearest Food Fair Kosher Meat Store.
You'll get SELECT QUALITY at ECONOMY PRICES, while the cut
and trim assure you of better cooking and tastier meals. For
maximum SAYINGS, stock your freezer during this sale!
We will CUT and WRAP your f;eezer purchases at no extra charge. Please place your order
EARLY for the wholesale CUTS you desire.
Every Pound of Meat Sold with a Money-Back Guarantee!
r BEEF
Forequarters
165 to 175 IB. AVERAGE
PLUS 500 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
57
c
lb.
WHOLE RIB
OF BEEF
73
BEEF
CHUCK
90 to 100 LB. AVERAGE
PLUS 300 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
57
lb.
lb.
30 to 35 POUND AVERAGE
PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
RACK OF
LAMB
5 to 6 LB.
AVERAGE
79
c
lb.
PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
BREAST
OF BEEF
93
c
lb.
WHOLE .... 10 to 12 LB. AVERAGE
PLUS 100 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
CHUCK OF
LAMB
15 to 20 LB.
AVERAGE
55
lb.
PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
- GENUINE GRADE "A" WHOLE LIVER -
Steer Liver C^c J Calf Liver
10 LB. AVERAGE t*W 4*# lb. Vl LB AwFpanF
PLUS 50 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Vi LB. AVERAGE
PLUS 25 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
1
.25
lb.
PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE THROUGH JANUARY 30
NOW SIX KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
2091 CORAL WAY
MIAMI
CORAL WAY
AT S.W. 87h AVE.
Westchester Shopping Plaza
163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER
NO. MIAMI BEACH
2662 HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
IN HOLLYWOOD
19th ST. at ALTON ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
10th STREET and WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT MIAMI BEACH
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR