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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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'Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY
Volume 36 Number 7
Miami, Florida. Friday. February 15. 1963
Three Sections Price 20*
Israel Keeps Eye on Iraq;
New Chief Aref Pro-Nazi
IN. KtNNFTH MATING
1,500 DELEGATES EXPECTED
United Jewish Appeal
Opens 25th Inaugural
Sunday on Miami Bch.
e l.oiw community campaign leaders From all pints of tin-
are gathering here to atend the 25th national Inaugural con
if the United Jewish Appeal on Sunday al the Pontainebleau

Tl inference wilt mark the
launching of the 1963 UJA nt. Appeal's rescue, resettlement
.n for SiW.ooo.noo an.l com- ^ rehabilitation work.
te a quarter-century oi
Mayor Kenneth Oka proclaim-
ed the week of Feb. 11 to 17 as
"UJA Week in Miami Beach"
in honor of both the organiza-
tion's 25th anniversary and the
1963 campaign.
Joseph Meyerhoff, UJA general
chairman, declared that the con
ference will prove to be "one ol
the most exciting and Stimulating
meetings in the already rich an-
nals of the Appeal, as individuals
and community spokesmen report
initial large gifts to the 1!>63 cam
paign." Principal speakers will
include Israel Ambassador Avra-
ham Harman. Sen. Kenneth B.
Keating, of New York, and Meyer-
hoff. while the light entertainment
Continued on Page 7-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Is-
rael's Foreign Office this week
declined to make any comment on
he revolution in Iraq which elat-
d Egyptian Premier Nasser, fol-
lowing the assassination of the
19-year-old Iraqi Premier Gen
ral Abdul Karim Kassem last
Friday.
(The general feeling in the Unit
cl States was that the new regime1
n Iraq may spell danger for the
resent regime in Jordan and may
'Ventually also affect Israel. In I
Aashington. the Stale Depart
nenl said that "it was too early''
<> assess the implications of the
Iraqi coup d-etal with respect to
relations with Iraq's neighbors."
\ State Department spokesman In-
Heated it might take several days
it!. r< the situation might be clar-
ified.)
Israeli quarters were follov ing
he latest developments in Iraq
ery closely. They said that
proper evaluation ol the situation
will be possible onlj after more
etails are received about the na-
Continued on Pa.ie 16-A
BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS'
US in Recognition of Regime;
Pro Nasser Sentiment Strong
WASHINGTON UTAi The United States formallj recognized
the new Iraqi Government, the state Department announced hen.
three days after the overthrow of the Kassen regime. The Departmei l
-aid that U.S. charge d'Affaires in Baghdad Roy Melbourne has been
instructed to notify the new government of the ecision in writing
With the recognition went this
government's "best wishes for
success and prosperity" and tv
hope "for expanded and strength-
ened ties' between the I'.S and
Iraq. The Department announce
niert said it has been assured bj
the leaders ol the new regime tha
ail international obligations would
! e honored which is regarded as
a major condition ol such recog-
nition.
The Wall Street Journal re-
ported from Washington mean-
while that what U.S. policy mak-
ers, in the aftermath of the
Iraq coup, "may be confronted
with r.cw, they know, is anarchy
or explosion" in the Middle
East.
The paper said Administration
officials, scanning the Near Eas
horizon, wen considering the poss
Continued on Page 5-A
State Dep't. Excludes JTA Bureau Chief;
Official Says Briefing for 'American Press'
INFORMATION ACINCY 'IXPIAINS1
PAGl b-A
JOSEPH MITFRHOFF
Senate Gets Bill to Erase
Bias in Immigration Law
WAi IINGTON (JTA) Two. provisions with the exception
WASHINGTON (JTA) The barring of a Jewish Telegraphic DEAD AT 92
Agency reporter from a Stale Department briefing on the Palestine ^^
Vrab refugee question was raised in the United States Senate this week
The briefing dealt with the resignation ol Dr. Joseph Johnson. Pales-
tine Conciliation Comm'SRion special envoy to the Middle East, who
studied the refugee problem.
The incident occurred on Jan. 28 i
vhen Milton Friedman, chief Wash- j to the Department of State. The
ngton correspondent of the JTA.' press section of the Department
vas denied admission by Robert C. made it clear, however, that it j
Strong, director of the State De- could not overrule Strong and tell
aliment's Office on Near Eastern, him which correspondents he was
Mlairs. to a briefing he was con- to see. Membeis of the State De
Britain Pays
Tribute to Late
Lord Samuel
LONDON (JTA)
The re
dieting Friedman, on seeking ad- |partmedt's press section personally mains of Lord Herbert Samuel.
expressed their regrets to Pried- first unbaptized Jew ever to serve
eepar; -. but similar bills aimed
al li-- ..lizing United States immi-
- quotas were introduced in
iin- v ate this week.
On< measure, introduce I by
Demo .tic Sen. Philip Hart, of
Michigan, with the bipartisan sup
port : 30 other Senate members,
woul' authorise the annual is-
that it would reduce to 40,000 the
number of visa* reserved for
refugees without regard to na-
tional origin. The remaining
10,000 visas would be granted to
persons with special skills crit-
ically needed by the United
States.
nission to the briefing, was in-
Ormed thai attendance was by in-
flation only.
The correspondent was told
that Strong had personally pre-
pared the list of correspondents
to be permitted attendance and
that he did not desire a JTA rep-
resentative to attend because the
briefing was only for American
media.
The Jewish Telegraphic Agency
nd Friedman are fully accredited
man.
Strong himself, in a discussion
with the JTA correspondent, said
iluntly that he did not approve of
naterial Friedman had written on
the .Middle East, criticized Fried-
man tor what he said was use ol
information lrom Congicssiona.
sources which, he said, reflected
unfavorably on State Department
polices, and complained that Is
Continued on Pge 8-A
as a member of the British Cabi-
net and tirst High Commissioner
.or Palestine un, er the League ot
Nations mandate, were interred
this week alter private funeral ser-
rices. He died at 92. The lam
ily announced 1'iat a memorial
service will be held for him at
the West End Synagogue here on
Feb. 18.
Born at Liverpool in November,
Continued on Page 2-A
The Rhode Island lawmaker said
suanct if 250.000 visas distributed designed to correct
as fo s: 50.000 for refugees or ..... ,/TT* h.jrrio-
v hat. he termed "noxious barriers'
DENIES HE RESIGNED BECAUSE OF DISSATISFACTION
Klutznick Lauds Kennedy Friendship
NEW YORK i JTA i There "The independence and security | guests at the dinner devoted also
i-cji regardless of quota re-
strict -; 120.000 to be allocated to U.S. immigration. He charged
amor, countries on the basis of the present quota .system is based
a P' irtion Ol immigration tojon prejudice rather than arith- --- j ,"". .'" n affirmed, "are anI toward raising funds for two ad
during the last IS years; n.etic." In .n.roduc.ng his j_o.nl- U no gap" 'between Preddrt Ken-1 BM.1^ n^ati^ ^^ ^ _,-,, Bnaj Zlon Foundatton pro-
Jects in Israel and to highlight
ing the word of the Jewish Nu
Mr. Klutznick. who retired from ,ionai Fllm| nt.anl maIlv tributes
permanent immigration policies
more consistent wi
of our present fort
the I during the last 15 years; metic. in inirtiiiui:iu iua j" i< no gup mw rw.. s .
and s-"00 to be divided among ly sponsored bill. Senator Hart] nedy'a publicly expressed attitude
count- s in proportion to the size told his colleagues that the hums' (mvan| lan9\ aiu| his "earnest
of the population. It would set ure would make this country s ^ dedicated performance." as ft)
gration policies prov(1(, by his riecislon to permit his ambassadorship at the conelu- ,%, Klutznick in messages from
ith the demands ^^ ro purt.haso tne Hawk antl. Sion ol the last UN General Assem- president Kennedy. Israel's Prime
reign policy re- .lircraf, mlssjie i>|,ilip If. Klutz- hly. was the guest of honor here Minister David Ben-Gurion. Is-
a ceiling of 3.000 per country.
The other bill, introduced by
Sen. Claibome Pell, Rhode Is-
land Democrat, who was also one
of the co-sponsors of the Hart
Bill contains virtually the same
quirements
ent n
Continued on Page 6-A
fif? iiick. former U.S. Ambassador to at the annual Order Day dinner rae,
would
present national and racial dis-I J he" ^ 7lVd ~ N a t ion s Economic and of Bnai Zion. American fraternal
Social Council, declared here Zionist organization. The 1.200
Foreign Minister Gold:*
Continued on Page 9-A


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Friday. February 15, 1983
W< *.
John Mason Brown to Address Forum
At Temple Israel on Tuesday Night
Herrev. Atcde-v rude -.he :.. tree :- hcr.c: of
. u 5 S-ev-- :::- -_; the Academy 24".; ?:.-.e 7:ee Dr.
e= were held is boasBt of Jew.;.-. Aiboi Day
7 _.- d Israeli dancmg. Left la right ~:e
Lir.cc A-ger-stein Esther Fendrk Lawrence Gladadeo
John JU;n*-fl iiro-An, a J'"i of !
the Book-of-tbeMonth Clab, and
an editor-at-laffe f AM Satu'
B rpeal here "" 1
jav iro. r rh< H piCM "I '!' Town
Hill Forum of Temple Israel of
ni
Brown hi i li elaisn a
i and crttk To
i- th<- author of HNBC 1"
bor/- /. ar
tick tkoaMnd '
for th-
S turda} Review the Ne York
m, and tht f
He also edfti
n for the i.; H
arwl i*
: .'.
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i?r/Ya//7 Pays fr/iforfe to Zorrf Samuel
Continued frorr P9 1-A
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Far
' I -'- Pos ... rter Get ei il fr m
:: Secretarj
i for two ti
and : Britain'-
Beleium
- the Hlffe Com-
.r. uao
Fcrmeriy president of the Roy-
al Institute ef Philosophy, Lord
Samuel was tSe ree'p-ent of
rr.any British and foreign decora-
tions and was known as a man
of great learn ng and ih author
of many bocks and scholarly
treaties. He was c'eated to the
title of Viscoort m 1W7. Among
Israe.is and Z.onists 'nroughout
the world, ht was lauded for
many years for his contributions
to the growth of Palestine as a
Jewish homeland, in spite of
some major diiajreements with
his policies during his term as
High Commissioner.
CARE Passover Packages Bigger
He a- a member of the B
ren L'ni
a* and presi
British Fri
I)
Among the tributea .ere ex
. Jo
Grimoiid, lea.tr of the Li:
Party, and Lord Attlee ex-Prem-
ier tvA f.,rmer leader of the L-ibor
pLrt\ Sir Grimond's condoler.ee-
pointed to Lord Samuel'* role in
the House of Lor<: r yean
he was leader of the Liberal Party
faction. Both GriaondTl and Lord
Iribotei recalled that Lord
Samuel uas regarded here, as a
political leader, ai the bridge be-
tween liberalism ani Sociali-m
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Friday. February 15, 1963
r First Secretary-General of UN Trygve Lie
Israel Bond Conference Guest of Honor
*Jewist> fork/fair)
Page 3-A
Trvgve Lie, who served' as sec
reUrj-general of the United Na-
tions uhen the UN General As-
ledMf voted for the establishment
of the State of Israel, will be the
goeal of honor at the nationwide
celebration of Israel's 15th anni-
versary, which will be held in Mi-
ami Be*ch under the auspices of
the Ifrael Bond Organization.
The celebration will be held on {
Saturday evening. Mar. 2, at the
i.'oniiutnebleau Hotel as the high
*pr>rrrrv* of a three-day inauSurnl
conference for Israel Bonds start-
ing Friday, Mar. l Samuel Ro'h-
berg, who is national chairman of
the conference, said the lirth a..-!
niversary celebration of Israel's!
independence would launch thisj
year's program to sell $75.ooo.ooo
in Israel Bonds.
On* of the werW's foromost
le<* r in th* s t r o o 9 to j
*trnothen democracy arad pr*-
sorv* th* peace, Li* supported
the case for an independent Is-
rael in the United Nations. He
has termed the establishment of
Israel "one of the epic events of
history."
Mrs. Arthur .1. -Coldborg will be
special guest of the Israel Bond
National Women's Division at a
luncheon on Friday, Mar. 1. Mrs.
Goldberg, who is the wife of the
Associate Justice of the United
State Supreme Court, is well-known
as a painter whose work has been
exhibited in a number of cities. A
highlight of the luncheon will be
the premiere of the Israel-Interna-
tional Fashion Show, with Mrs.
Jarv reercc, chairman of the
Euthnasia Expert to be Extradited
BONN (JTA) Spain this
\< eek notified the Government here
that it will extradite Dr. Reinhold
Karl Vorberg, alleged accomplice
..f Dr. Warren Heyde in the Nazi
euthanasia" program, under
which hundreds of thousands of
persons allegedly mentally defic-
ientmost of them Jewswere an-
lated by the Nazi regime un-
i i "mercy killing"" pretexts.
Dr. Heyde himself, who has
n charged with direct partici-
on m the "mercy"' killing ol
more than 100.000 Jews and others.
xpected io be brought to trial
St.ile of Hesse in May. The
vincial Court of Limburg lias
ordered the opening of proceed-
ings against Heyde.
Dr. Vorberg fled from Bonn to
Spain in I960. He was arrested
in Barcelona last December at
the request of the West Gorman
Government, which demanded
his extradition under a German-
Spanish treaty dating from 1878.
Dr. Fritz Bauer, the Hesse chief
prosecutor, who had requested
Government action for Vorberg'a
extradition, expressed himself as
gratified by Madrid's extraordi-
narily quick"" action in the case.
However, authorities expressed
!oubt whether Vorberg will be
Women's Division, presiding. paign. The tribute will focus o-v
Israel Bond leaders who will par- the fact that the first Israel Bone
ticipate In the conference in ad-, ^ be rcdcome(! thls vear. start-
dition to Rothberg and Mrs. I
Peerce. include Abraham Feinberg, tog on Hay 1.
president; Ira CiuUlen. national |MHBJBJJ>SJJJBJB
chairman, and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president. A spec-
ial feature of the inaugural con-
ference will be a tribute to the
local leaders who served as com-'
munity chairmen for Israel Bonds j
in 1951, the first year of the cam-1
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wig-Holstein provincial govern-
ment. Alter his arrest, an initial
investigation indicated that at
least 18 persons ill administrative
jobs had conspired with him to
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Friday. February 15. 1963.
kni^tftorfaftar
Page 5-A
U.S. Recognizes Pro Nasser Regime
jminq Philip G. Whitman (right), president oi the Amer-
Fnend.s of the Hebrew University, to Greater Miami are
Samuel Simonhaff, president of the Greater Miami Worn-
; Division of the Friends, and Jacob Rifkin, vice president of
'outh Florida Division, and member of the national board.
100 members of the AFHU gathered last week at the
of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger to meet Whitman and hear
latest fccts about the Hebrew University campus in Jeru-

Dr Max Arzt Will Offer Inside Glimpse'
Into New Translation of the Bible
I Max At." a member of the on Sunday, Feb. 24, when Dr. Her
I of the translation commit- nard Mandelbaum, provost of the
i'. that prepared the completely Jewish Theological Seminary of
mined English translation of the America, and associate professor
.Mil be -econd gue-t lee .. ,. .,
in a "Meel the Bible" Sen,- '" BOmUeUcs on the faculty of the
Sundaj morning at Temple Rabbincal Department, will lee
Krnanu-El, turc on "The Bible Through Rab-
Th three weekly breakfast for- binical Byes."
KiKinu place at the Temple's--------------------------------------------
Brani h Building Auditor
77th St and Dickens Ave.,
. ... : 13 B.m opened last ,
Dr. Robert Gordis,
r of-Bible at the Jcwi-n
ical Seminary of America.
l "Mo '"in Sciences Af-'
tli, Hole."
- capac fy juflience oeard the
.vned scholar and author de-
scribe the far-reachir.g effect of
-' .'coloqical discoveries of re-
cent and past years or. the Bible;
and how thase discoveries prov-
ed to be evidence for, and sub-
't^i'tiation of, the centcries-old
stones of the Holy Scriptures.
h nt the guest lecturers will
with different phase in re-i
n to the study of the Bible
Afzt. an aulhottiy on the new
ilation, will list- as hi- theme
: \i !i tide Glimpse of the
Transj it i
airman "t the series of three
discussions is Morris Lap-
'i '" forums are un, er the
'ion of I):- Irving Lehrman,
tial leadi r oi Temple Emanu-
The final lecture will take place
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ibllity thai "the Iraq upheave!
could encourage similar moves by i
hi substantial revolutionary ele-
ments in bordering nationsSyria
and Jordan to the west,
i.'! ia to the SOUth, Iran lu
."
The papei : thai whil
me was. prob tblj the
to tli.' >.-. iet i .
the region, and the
lostili litedStati
also had opposed Eg;
imal Abdel \.i- i.
had served a- an effective coun-
terpoise to Egyptian expansion-]
ism. Its replacement bj pro-Nas-
ser military nun could easily, in
this volatile par! of the world,
touch nil far-reaching reactions.'
it is s;i111 that "still smarting
from Syria's breakaway from his
United Arab Republic la>t year.
E| -pis Nasser may try to erect a
new Arab super-state of Egypt,
Syria and Iraq." It pointed out
hat "Cairo Radio is trumpeting
the Iraq revolt as a vital step to-
ward Arab unity.'' The Wall Street
Journal warned, however, that a
Nasser move wonld "meet fierce
resistance lrom Syria and possibly;
even from Iraq whose new leaders
may prove more nationalist-min.1-1
ed than Nasser-minded."
It predicted that "Nasser, frus-
trated by failure to entrench, the
revolutionary regime in Yemen
and encouraged by the apparent
friendship of the new Iraq Gov-
ernment, might instead step up
subversive activities in Saudi
Arabia and Jordan, or even take
direct military action against
them."
The paper also asserted that
i-.ii \rab versus Arab bl
p:! hi encourage Israel to at-
;. mpt io straighten out its bordei -
with a little extra territorj or
n to undertake 'a preventive
. Nasser him.-.
A to the Wall Stl
Journal's correspondent, the Iraqi
developments "will almost certain-
Ij refuel a behii m il
Lot g waged within the
ni dj Administration, a minor-
ity of Slate Department and Otl
Officials have been arguing thai
Nasser remains an untrustworthj
conspirator who will, at every
chance, waste scarce Egyptian re-
sources in foreign adventures, This
minority argues that attempts to
restrain him will never wot!; for
long and that I S aid should he
curtailed or ended."
The majority, the papers says,
"has held that while Nasser will
rever be completely diverted
from Pan-Arab aspirations, aid
encourages him to devote him-
self chiefly to Egyptian internal "
problems and that he is in fact
makirg 'commenjable progress'
with them. This view argues a
slerner attitude would merely
drive h:m into closer ties with
the Soviets."
Israel i
8 Of it s
Shavit II rocket, s to
"Spacecraft and Missiles of the
Wi rid," a directoi y compiled by
James Ba u and \'. illiam E. How*
d in New York
by Harcourt, Brace World. The
I rocket di cribed in the
directors a- a "surface-to-surface"
missile with a 70-mile range and
a speed oi Mach 5. The directory
tliat Shavit II i- equipped with
a conventional high explosive war-
head "and possibly nuclear."
Lawmen to Speck At Zamora
Next monthly cultural evening
sponsored by Temple Zamora is
siated for Thursday evening. Feb.
27.
Panel of speakers will be Judge
Gene William-, of the Criminal
Court of Records. State Attorney
Roy Lee Jones, and Chief of In-
telligence of Dade Countv Police
Department Charles Sapp.
Topic will be "Anti-Semitism."'
with discussion centering on how
ihe Federal and local government.-
deal with the problem and laws
pertaining to ihe prosecution of
cases when they arise.
A question and answer period
will follow.
u. MAX ARZT
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New Groups
Being Formed
group for young
i i at Temple Beth
fir^t meeting on
io the auditor
11,111 M A'exler is organ-
i/i i.
!- also being ac-
tivated at th.- ; >mp!e, with Henrj
K inn as temporarj
chairman.
Solomon Schechter spent the last thirteen
years of his life as President of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America. He was
one of the leaders of Conservati ve Judaism,
a noted Hebrew scholar, mystic and phi-
losopher. Yet his great claim to scholastic
fame came through an odd bit of scholarly
detective work.
While at Cambridge University as a
teacher, Schechter was given some frag-
ments of ancient Hebrew manuscript by
two friends who had bought them in Cairo.
lie identified then' as part of thi
Hebrew original of the Book of K
adieus, the Ben Sira, which had been
known only in translation.
The Hebrew custom, which Still pel
calls for the storage of any docui
however worn, which contains the Holy-
Name. Schechter reasoned that a hoard
of such documents might still exist, he
went to Cairo to take up the search.
In a crypt at Fostat, near Cairo,
Schechter found a Genizahthe Hebrew
word for depositorycontaining about
100,000 manuscripts. He got permission
to remove this treasure to England, where
the work of translation and identification
was begun. It goes on to this day.
Schechtor's GtHVUih caused as much ex-
citement in his day as did the discovery of
the Dead Sea Scrolls in ours. And. curi-
ously enough, though Schechter is best
known for his work in the United States-
President of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary, Hebraist and apostle of I
tive Judaism and a founder of the United
Synagogue of Americahe achieved his
international scholarly reputation as the
discoverer of the Cairo Genizah.
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United Jewish Appeal
0pens~25ththaugufal
will
Continued from Page 1-A
be provided by tin- well-
Jewish National Fund committee meets to Stadlan and Johan L. Berman, Labor Zionist
formulate plans for new JNF activities in Great- captains. Standing (left to right) are Max
er Miami. Seated (left to right) are Morris Hecht, MizTachi captain; Bernard Katz, ZOA
Minov. B'nai B'rith captain; Ezra Finegold, JNF Districts captcin; Zev W. Kogan, Bernard Sil-
organizational committee chairman; Julius ver and Ben Silver, synagogue sub-captains.
Rosenstein, synagogues captain; Joshua Z.
vice t<> ttii" cause <>f distress
Jews abroad.
| known star comedian, Milton Berle "' l*. the United Jewish a
j Ambassador Harman will be Pl **" national goal oi S'> .'
in.akinu his first public appear- .antes since reluming to his post campaign lor immigrant
the problems facing his country in Uriel, distressed Jews overseas
the porblems facing his country in and refugees v. the United States.
'new ot the continuing effort to of this. $38,000,000 represent
absorb immigrants into its nation- Special Fund to be devoted to meet-
I al economy. mg ^ ins:s of increased immi-
Sen. Keating is expected to do- j gration to Israel and Other
j liver a vivid report on the world llt;as
refugee situation, a subject on
which the Senator, as a member
. of the Committee on the Judiciary j
and the Joint'Committee on 1m-,
I migration, is an authority.
Mendel Fisher and Singer Tova Ronni
To be Heard in JNF Celebrations Here
ca during the past quarter-century.,
Under his leadership, the JNF
raised some $150,000,000 for the:
afforestation and land improve-
ment programs in Israel
Israeli folk singer Tova Ronni Tova Ronni, dynamic Israeli
will be guest artist at a scries of folk singer and dramatic artist,
Jewish National Fund "Me Ami as well as interpreter of the songs
Meyerhoff will give com-
prehensive survey of the most
critical issues facing overseas
Jewry. As leader of the recent
Eighth UJA Study Mission, he
had an added opportunity to
gain a first-hand picture of the
Jewish refugee emergency in
France and the immigrant ab-
sorption problems in Israel.
Hailed on its 25th anniversary
by President Kennedy for its ad-
herence to this country's fines'
humanitarian traditions, UJA'i
life-building aid has gone ove/
the years to 3,000,000 personi
more than half of whom hav
been resettled in Israel, tht
United States, and other fre*
lands.
Funds raised by IMA make po---
ible the programs of its benefic-
iaries, the United Israel Appeal-
Jewish Aucney lor Israel, aiding
Another highlight of the Feb. 17 Israel's newcomers; the Joint Dis-
Celebrations" here, according to o! many lands in French. Yiddish, meeting will be the presentation tribution Committee, earing for
an announcement this week by Russian and Spanish, has appear- ol UJA Leaders Medals to chair- Jews in 27 countries including IS-
Leon J. Ell, president of the Great-1 ed throughout the Middle F.ast. men of community campaigns in rael. where i
el Miami JNF Council.
Miss Ronni will accompany
Men el N. Fisher, recently retired
national executive director of the
Jewish \atior.nt Fund, at the l.uai chas'gidicand "israeii songs.
1 unctions.
and is frequently heard over Kol various sections of the country, program for aged and handicapped
Israel. She has traveled exten- The medals, specially created by immigrants; the New York A--:
sivcly in the United States and the State of Israel in honor of the for New Americans, resettlii
Canada, and has recently return- L'JA's 25th anniversary, are he- Jewish refugees to the Unit(
ed here with a new repertoire ol ing awarded to the chairmen in State.-; and United Hias Scrvic-,
recogniton of their devoted ser- the world-wide migration auenc;
MENDEL TISHIR
Fisher's first appearance is
scheduled lor Temple Ner T.mud
on Friday evening to honor Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz. spiritual leader;
Ezra Finegold. .INF organization
a I chairman, and member of the
JNF executive board; and Fan-
nie Sklar.
An educational and cultural
program will also be presented
by JNF at Beth David Congre-
gation on Monday evening.
Fisher, known throughout the
world for In- activities in behalf.
of JNF and Zionist causes, has
been primarly responsible for tue
growth and development of the
Jewish National Fun.l of Amen
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Banquet Plans
Finalized Here
Rabbi Moses
Men's Clubs Form
Fla. Federation
In Session Here
Florida Region of the National
Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs
was formed here last week, fol-
lowing a day-long conference of
Men's Clubs in the area meeting
at Beth David Congregation.
Louis Scitlin, president of Beth,
David Men's Club, was elected
president of the region.
Other officers are Reuben Led-
eiman. Temple Zion. vice presi-
dent; Harold Rudolf. Temple Beth
El, West Palm Beach, vice pres-
ident; Joseph Abclow. Temple
ii h. nf .> Emanu-El. vice president; Lewis
Hecht, of New I Cohen Bcth David secretary;
Haven. Conn., founder and direc- a|)d |iarry Cypen, Beth David,
tor of trie New Haven Hebrew Day treasurer.
School and Yeshiva, will be guest! Board of directors includes Rob-
speaker at a banquet honoring jert Koslow and Charles Wax, Beth
Harry and Murray Rosenberg on | El. West Palm Beach; Al Zablo
-Mar. 17 at the Coronet Hotel. | and Sidney Raymond, Temple
I'lanning the banquet is the > Emanu-El; Manuel Lubel, Beth
Florida Region of the Merkos David; Al Durbin, Temple Sinai,
Linyonei Chinuch. Hollywood; Rabbi Allen Rutchiek.
regional director. United Syna-
Chairman of the dinner will be gogue of America; Samuel Maz-
lxtuis Dublin, president of Kneseth ,-eau, B'nai Israel. St. Petersburg
Israel Congregation. Association; Also Samuel Seidle, Temple Tif-
chairman will be Max Hecht. first ereth Jacob; Ben Karp and Mor-
vice president of Kneseth Israel.; rjs Segall. Beth Torah; and Nor-
Named as co-chairman this week man Shapiro. Temple Menorah.
Was Rev. Chaim D. Paul. Spiritual advisor of the new or-
-------------------- Sanitation will be Rabbi Norman
Adult Education Classes N- SnaPiro- of Beth DavW CongM
gation.
Adull education classes at Tern- Highlight of the day-long eon
pie Tifcreth Israel arc scheduled ference was an address bj Ran
for Sunday, 3i> to 10:45 a.m. bi Joel Geffen, spiritual leader oi
Mrs. Miriam Gross will teach ele- the National Federation of Jew-
mentary Hebrew, and Rabbi Hy- isb Men's Clubs, Also speaking
man Glbss will conduct the cllSS was Mannyc London, national vice
in advanced Hebrew. president.
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Friday, Febr
JTA Chief Barred from Gov't. Briefing
Seymour Tyson (left), president of the North Shore Lodge of
B'nai B'rith, receives a proclamation from Acting Mayor Lewis
Hoberman, of Surfside, declaring the week of Feb. 17 as
B'nai B'rith Week. Tyson, a vice president and loan officer
of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., announced
a breakfast and celebration of the event at the Balmoral Hotel
on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Israeli Pleads Not Guilty
Jewish prisoners, beating Jet.*,
compelling them to work in Nazi
forced labor camps and helping the
Nazis to steal sewing machines
and other property of the Jewish
victims.
TEL AVIV(JTA)-Hirsch Biren-
blatt, Israeli National Opera con-
ductor, pleaded not guilty here to
charges of wartime collaboration
with the Nazis in Poland in perse-
cution of Jews, and trial was set
for Mar. 11.
He faces a mr-ximum penalty of
Birenbiatt. who was a police ten years in prison if convicted
ciuef in Bedjin. Poland, in 1942. Birenbiatt. who came to Israel in
was indicted on W counts under 1958. was arrested after a survivor
the 1950 Israeli law for the punish- from Bedjin said he recognized the
ment of Nazis and their collabor- musician when the latter appeared
ators. The charges included al- as a piano accompanist in a con-
eged extortion of money from cert at a kibbutz.
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ra !; diplomats had used news
item- n pmicd by '.'h' JTA ;i> the
ba>i> (or discussions with his de-
partment.
Sen. Hi; li Scctt, Pennsylvania
Republican, said on the Sen a e
floor thai Mr Friedman's exclu-
sion from Hie briefing was due t<>
the fact that the State Department
"apparently disagreed with re<
dispatches" which the JTA had
Bled from Washington,
He said the incident was "more
than an affront to an American
newspaper correspondent. It is a
rejection upon all the news-
papers which subscribe to the
Jewish Telegraphic Aoncy."
The Senator added that he had
been assured bv the State De-
partment that "there was no
anti-Semitism involved in this
matter."
The Pennsylvania!! quoted to the
Senate from a report on the inci-
dent by Merriir.an Smith, of Uni-
ted Press International, the dean
of the White House correspondents
corps. Smith described the JTA
correspondent as "a proud birth-
right American" and described the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency as "an
American organization which deals
primarily with news concerning
Jews of many nations. The agen-
cy." he pointed out. "naturally
carries many items of news to and
from Israel."
The Jewish Telegraphic Agen-
cy disclosed that it intends to
make a full protest to Secretary
of State Dean Rusk against the
action by a State Department
official in discriminating against
the agency .and denying it access
' to news of considerable interest
and concern to the American
Jewish community. JTA execu-
tives noted that this was the first
time it had encountered such dif-
ficulties in any branch of the
United States Government.
Calling Frieda i
ed expert on Jew. ,-
Strong was United States Conaul I W"J *Jat ,iu
and First Secretary of the Amer- ,he Jr\ I
lcan Embassj in Damascus, Syria, f"* b*Jfe,wd
rom 1954 to 1958. He became dl- re^onsiMe reporters
ectorol the Near Eastern Divis- ",> d^lea. Dep,r ,
ressman !
Ion in
1961.
the State Department in
ii. i ocratic Congressman Wil-
liam F. Ryan, of New York, told
the House al Representative* that
the barring ol Milton Friedman
nothing less than a blatant
effort i" pressure a respected
new .-man to write in I manner
more to the Department's liking."
In a speech on the floor of the
Hi use. Ryan said he was filing a
written protest to Secretary of
State Husk over what lie termed
"an incredible incident." and he
urged his colleagues to do likewise
the House the tequi ce i I
leading up to tin : airing ol I ied-
man. Pointing to th ict tha \
has alu ays enjoyj d full stal
newsgathering agem j Ryan
ed "ridiculous" thi contei
Stri ng that the citing ol JI s
patches by 1-r i diploma n
their discussions with him or
bers of his -tall ... i vid< i i
the news agency was in the <
of a foreign power The
could be said ol the Ne
limes or any other i edium
reports are quoted in dipton
hsciissions," said Rep. Ryan
Hawk-Maker Assures Israel
Of Effectiveness of Missile
TEL AVIV iJTA' Israel,
could be supplied with the Hawk
ground-to-air supersonic missiles
more quickly if the United States
Army were willing to wait for de-
livery of those missiles it had or-
dered. Charles Adams, president
of the Raytheon Corporation, the
firm making these defensive weap-
ons, declared here this week.
Mr Adams, who came here to
discuss implementation of the
American Government's agree-
ment to let Israel buy the Hawks,
said his linn has not as yet met
the U.S. Army's needs for the de-
vices. The Hawks, he declared.
are in production.
Mr. Adams met with Deputy
Defense Minister Shimon Peres,
and with Prime Minister IJavid
Ben-Gurion. The finel da-.- tor
delivery of Hawks to Israel, .aid
Mr. Adams, will be determined
by negotiation between Israel
and the U.S. Government.
Speaking of the Hawk's the-
iency. Mr. Adams said that DO air-
craft has as yet been designed
that can withstand attack b) tha
Hawk. Tests showqri. he said, thai
the Hawk can be osed not
ground-to-air but also ground to-
ground.
He said his mi--. here was nol
to discuss with Israel either
price of the mi-.-.e or dat'
delivery. Those .: tails, he said,
are up to the I c.ov< mm rots,
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Born Mobile, Alabama, graduated from
University of Notre Dame, LLB 1918.
Admitted to Florida Bar 1918.
Chief Law Clerk, U.S. Attorney's office,
Pensacola, Florida, 1918.
Circuit Judge, Broward County,
1927-1929.
Served on Supreme Court several months
in 1929 in place of Jucrice Louie Strum
because of his illness.
COURAGEOUS
DEPENDABLE
Practiced Law at Miami, 1929-195".
Circuit Judge, Dade County, 1951-1959.
Practiced law at Miami Beach 1959-
to date.
Admitted to practice in all State and
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of United States.
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1963
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Klutznick Lauds Kennedy Friendship
ice Division Campaign leaders discuss the 1963 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal. Stockbrokers conected with leading
o{ Greater Miami are shown here mapping their par-
:ion in the Silver Anniversary year campaign at a meet-
ing in the office of M.G.S. Investments. Standing (left to right)
[erb Blumberg, Bache & Co., associate chairman of the
i. in; and Charles Goldstein, M.G.S. Investments, host for
the meeting. Seated (left to right) are Eugene Mann, Merrill
Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, associate chairman of the
iivision; Stockbrokers Miami Chairman Myron Zeientz, man-
acei of Bache & Co.; and Jerome Lelchuk, of Herzfeld & Stern,
rxni Beach co-chairman with Stanley Scher (not shown).
Payroll Deduction Plan Announced
COMMUNITY SfffV/CfS DIVISION PACE 2-C
jrroll deduction plan on be-
li of the Combined Jewish Ap-
many of the community's
organisations that are
its of the Communal Ser-
ices Division, has been called
successful" by Communal
( hairman Edward Cohen.
strative director of Temple
the announcement of the'
l.i. executives and staff mem-
bers oi Temple Israel and the <
li m Family and Children's Ser|
ice have >igned up 100 per cent
1 -liver anniversary year
lign,
"The Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service executive* and
staff member* have set Ihe pace,
which I hope all agencies in the
Federation network and all Jew-
ish communal sponsored institu-
tions will follow," Cohen said.
only have we been able to
ite every Jewish employee
on behalf of Federation.
i ntral source of our Jewish
nity network of service,"
hi added, "we have also develop-
i'! ..long with 100 per cent parti-
i n, an outstanding increase
n contributions received, which
lill help us do our part in reach-
ederation's increased goal ot
nimum of 17 per cent from
*
Outdoor Posters
Remind Miami
)f CJAppeal
tus has been added to the
ombined Jewish Appeal's 25th
Iver Anniversary fund-raising
.nun by the use of eolortu'
loor poster panel's throughout
Greater Miami area.
'The eyecatching posters, erect-
by Donnelly Advertising Corp..
' Florida, on major traffic ar
i ries, are constant daily remind
tr- to tens of thousands of resi
enls and visiting motorists that
pic campaign is in progress.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
"i President Sidney Lefcourt
|oted that "the public service post
by Donnelly will serve to ln-
ti'm the Greater Miami commun
p> that our one annual drive spon-
tred by the Jewish community
hrough Federation helps to meet
he needs of Jewish men, women
[nd children around the corner
|nd around the world wherever
11 w-henever they are called
Bon,
I Poster designer was Miami Ar-
p-t Daniel J. Laetz.
every division in the camaign."
Cohen said that "with the initial
success shown by JFCS and Tem-
ple Israel in their support of Fed-
eration, we look torward to all
leading synagogues and social ser-
vice agencies in our community,
whether or not they are Federa-
tion beneficiary agencies, giving
unparalleled support to the 1963
CJA campaign.''
Continued from Paqe 1-A
Meir, and many other American
and Israeli notables.
In hit message, president Ken-
nedy noted that Klutznick has
occupied various high govern-
ment posts during 10 years un-
ler the Administrations of Presi-
dent Roojevo t, Truman, Eis-
enhower and the present Wash-
ing'en Administration. "In all
of 'htse petitions of responsibil-
ity," said Mr. Kennedy, "his tal-
ent and ability won him the re-
spect of his colleagues and the
appreciation and thanks of his
country. I am Happy to join in
the tributes to Phil Klutmick on
this occasion."
Taking note of the function's in-
terest in the Jewish National Fund,
President Kennedy added: T
.should like to wish you success in
your efforts, through the Jewish
National Fund, to transform arid
, wastes into habitable, fertile and
productive soil. President Tru-
man once referred to this as 'the
initiation of the Point Four pro-
gram for underdeveloped nations.'
All such efforts to raise the pro-
ductivity of underdeveloped lands
and increase standards of living
deserve encouragement."
In his address, responding to
the tributes, Klutznick told the
! assemblage: "In my two years of
i intimate concern with events in-
I side the Administration, affecting
American-Israel relationships, I
found no gap between President
Kennedy's views, as he stated
them earlier, and his present and
dedicated performance as our na-
PHILIP M. KLUTZNICK
lion's chief executive." He took
occasion to deny as "complete
and unfounded nonsense" the rum-
ors that he quit the UN delega-
tion post due to "alleged dissatis-
faction with the Administration's!
attitude toward Israel."
Klutznick described the events
immediatey preceding Mr. Ken
nedy's announcement of his de-
cision to permit Israel to purchase
the Hawk missiles in this country.
"I was among those privileged to i
he in Washington," he said, "to
listen to President Kennedy ex-,
plain what he proposed," to a
Lsmall group of Jewish leaders.
"Briefly, in excellent prose and
with perfect logic, he traced the
history of the United States pol-!
icy and commitments in the Mid-
dle East, He then announced his
rmination to provide the
Hawk to redress what might ;
pear to be a developing and
gerous lack of military balanci
"Other than President Tru
man's prompt recognition of Is-
rael on its birth, this is the high
light in the relationship between
the United Srates and Israel,"
Mr. Klutznick stressed. "In
somerhing more than words, it
expressed the United States vital
concern with Israel's security.
This is a severe and meaningful
test of genuine friendship." Mr.
Klutznick also pointed out that
the Ur.ited Mates has adminis
tered a Irm and unaltering com-
mitment to help Israel overcome
its natural handicaps and at-
tain a self-sustaining economic
growth."
Another major address at ihe
dinner was delivered by Sen.
Wayne Morse, Oregon Democrat,
who was guest of honor. Sen.
Morse said: "In the future,
are going to be compelled to look;
much more carefully at the na-
tions receiving American a--i '
ance to make certain that, in help-
ing them, we are truly advancing
the cause of freedom. I do not
think there are many nations that
stand higher in this respect than
does Israel."
Norman G. Levine. president of
Bnai Zion, as toastmastcr, intro-
duced also other guests of honor,
among them New York Mayor
Robert F. Wagner; Ambassador
Katriel Katz, Israel's Consul-Gen-
eral in New York; and Ment/9t
N. Fisher, secretary of the JVF
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Friday, FebnusrfIS, If '\
Dr. Finkelstein Will Address Confab
Of Conservative Leaders Here Feb. 24
Dr Louis Finkelstein. chancell
or of the Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, will speak on
The Future of Conservative Jud-
aism" at a luncheon-conference in
the Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday.
Feb. 24. for rabbis, officers and
board members of Conservative
congregations in the Southeast re-
gion.
Announcement was made this
week by Judge Irving Cypen, con-
ference chairman, who said 1.000
are expected to attend the event.
Host congregation will be Tem-
ple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr
Cantonal Concert
In North Dade
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami is sponsoring a North Dade
cantorial concert at Beth Torah on
Monday at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Shol-
om Katz will be featured.
The Academy has en enrollment
of close to 400 students and is lo-
cated at 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Prin-
cipal of the Academy is Rabbi
Alexander Gross.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth
Torah. and the spiritual leaders of
North Dade are participating in
the Academy celebration.
In
Dade & Broward
Counties, nearly
t V iSV out
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man is spiritual leader. Joseph M.
Lipton. president, and Judge Cy-
pen. vice president, ol the Tem-
ple.
Judge Cypen emphasized that
the conference will not be a fund-
raising function." He explained
that "discussions will center pri-
marily on the need to support
the National Enrollment Plan of
the Seminary as a means of pro-
vicing a sound financial base to
insure continuance of the pro-
grams of the Seminary, the Unit-
ed Synagogue of America, and
the Rabbinical Assembly of
America, which are the central
institutions of the Conservative
movement."
Florida congregations to be rep-
resented incluoe Temple Menorah,
Miami Beach; Zamora Jewish
Center, Coral Gables; Temple Is-
rael. Daytona Beach; Temple Tif-
ereth Jacob, Hialeah; Temple Si-
nai-Jewish Community Center.
Hollywood; Jacksonville Jewish
Center, Jacksonville; Temple
Emanuel. Lakeland; Coral Way
Jewish Center, Miami; Beth Dav-
id Congregation. Miami; Temple
Beth Sholoin. Lake Worth; Beth
Emeth Congregation, Miami; Tem-
ple Zion. Miami; Temple Beth
Torah, North Miami.
Also, Yehudah Moshe Congrega-
tion. North Miami; Dade Heights
Jew ish Congregation. North Mi-
ami; Temple Israel, Orlando;
Ohev Shalom. Orlando; B'nai Is-
rael. Pensacola; Temple Shalom.
Pompano Beach; Congregation
B'nai Israel. St. Petersburg; Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Sarasota; Con-
gregatioj) Kodoph Sholom. Tampa;
and Temple Beth El, West Palm
Beach.
Other congregations will be rep-
resented from Alabama. Georgia. '
South Carolina and Tennessee.
B'nai B'rith Will Fete Anniversary
DR. 10UIS flNKtLSTUN
New Hospital
Names Executive
Appointment oi a i.eted hospital
administrator to direct the new-
Miami Beach Hospital was an-
nounced here by Col. Peter Nor-
dyke and Dr. L. V. Lindroth. two
of the principals.
Walter K. Hargreavcs. of Del-
ray Beach, who served for 17 years
as executive director of the 410-
bed Christ Hospital in Jersey City.
N.J., before moving to Florida two
years ago. was named administra-
tor of the Miami Beach Hospital
It will be built at 700 Alton Rd..
on the site of the recently-razed
Alton Road Hospital, The new-
hospital, scheduled for full clini-
cal facilities, will have 129 beds,
and groundbreaking is scheduled
for this spring.
;]r\m B'nai B'rith from throughout the
United States and 'Canada will"
salute Israels 15th anniversary of
independence Tue.-day night at the
Deauville Hotel.
"A Night in Israel.'' featuring
entertainer Jan Bait and the reign-
ii.o Miss Israel, lovely Judith Maz-
or, "ill be presented at 8 p.m..
Tuesday, In the Napoleon Room
under Hit- auspices of the Supreme
Lodge of B'nai B'rith and the in-
ternational Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Ten B'nai B'rith leaders are
serving as co-chairmen with Ger-
ald Schwartz, general chairman of
the function, and Israel chairman
of the host Miami Beach Lodge.
They are William Bomstein,
Ben Essen, Judge fAilton A.
Friedman, Sol Hechtkopf, E. '
Albert Pallot, Mrs. Alfred Reich,
Irving Schatzman, Michael Sot-
sin, Theodore Trushin and Sey-
mew Tyson.
Hostesses for the affair, which
is open to all members of B'nai!
B'rith and their families, are the
Mesdames Milton Friedman, Theo-
! dore Trushin, Gerfhon Miller.
Anne frank Chapter
Anne Frank Chapter. B'nai B'rith
, Women, will hold a regular meet-
ing, followed by cards and games,
on Tuesday noon at the Park Lane
Cafeteria. 2155 Coral Way.
Gerald Schwartz. Michael' Sossm
and Faye Tupler.
Robert-'Lurrt*. t)f St. Lorn*: rep-
it tenting the Supreme Lodge,
will make awards for outstanding
service to the State of hsrael,
Schwartz said.
The meeting will highlight B'nai
B'rith participation in the l!63 in-
augural conference for State of
Israel Bonds, which will he cli-
maxed by an international dinner
Mar. 2 at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
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February 15, 1963
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lidates Off and Running for 12 New Seats
I noon-is the finnJ hour for qualifying-m the race to win U ; Coonty; -bettering onTTdfltational
[in rhe House and one new seat in the Senate, which Dane program; and taking advantage of
Wed under the reapporuonment plan. As of mid-week, well: ne reapport.onment by getting a
.odidates had already submitted their names to be placed | fair share for Dade in the April
First primary is set Feb. 26. Among candidates running session of the legislature "
the following: (See Sec. B and C for other listings.)
Loots Wolfson
nlf.-on, fourth generation
bndian, and executive
grams,"
points.
and nine other major;
S. A. Bobbins
S. A. Bobbins, Hlaleah attorney.
I has announced his candidacy for
Wolfson. 33, of 4595 Meridian the State Legislature,
ot Wometco Enter- Ave., is married to the iormer
VirtcPfit XT. Giblin'forlhe Senate.'
Allan B. Kessler, Miami attorn-;
ey, was named campaign man-j
ager, and chaired at the break-
fast.
Giblin is described by his sup-
porters as one of the most ag-,
gressive fighters for the people's'
rights. His election to the State
Senate is expected to put a skill-.
ful debater, and a mature pro
crats. He is the son of Ted Eef-
ting, former city engineer and nww
director of Public Works for the
_ ICitv^of Miami.
-, i
Harry Boehme, Jr.
Bobbins has been a Dade Colin-j gressive lawmaker in the Florida'
ty resident 14 years. He obtained | senate."
his law degree at the University j a *
of Miami by working his wayl Ron,lc. Eeftin9
milk
[accelerated efforts toi Boemhe. 35. is a member of Mi ; West Dade Junior Chamber of!
re space age and other, ami's Slum Clearance Committee. | Commerce, president of the <
sent
.. has opened campaign! Lynn Rab>n
I at 50 SE 81 h St. j
a candidate for state!
live in Group 13. Harry Boehme. Jr., has entered; through night school as a ...^-,
s platform calls for |hf raff for stale representative; man a : nounced ani qualified for candi ;
a better Dade County ,n GrouP I He lias^ been president of thejdate for House of Representatives.
Group 11.
Eefting is the district vice pri-s-
e industries to Dade: His platform includes support for'06" J- Balkig Lodge of B nai, ident of the staU. y ,,., Demo
ate tax reforms to bene- urban renewal, federal aid to edu- B'rith. president of the Hialeah-
County, more state par- cation, and racial and religious Miami Springs Bar Assn.. and is
currently secretary of the Palm
Springs. Lions Club. Robbins is
also a member of the Florida Bar
Assn., and has been admitted to
practice before the U.S. Supreme
Court.
Robbins lives at 3000 SW 83rd
Bob Shevin, Miami attorney, hasci.. Miami, with his wife and two
qualified for the State Legislature,) son.s
Group 7.
Shevin served as legal aide to. Judge Vincent Giblin
the Dade County Legislative Dele-
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MAMI SHERWIN, BERNICE SEU,
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preaentj
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under.-tanding.
Boehme served on Mayor High's
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Bob Shevin
TODA^aifJiVybMETCO THEATRES
g.Uon during the ^apportionment "ft* l^SZ^JfSZS
sessions, and as chairman of the ** D"P" i Zt
.,: c- ed the candidacy of former Judge
.Miami Economic Advisorv Coun-, ____
cil. _______
The native Miamian graduated I
from the University of Florida,'
where he was Southern Collegiate
Debate champion. He earned his
law degree from the University of
Miami magna cum laude.
Shevin says he will wage a cam- j
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the right type of industry in Dade j
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Friday. February IS, id63
Oceanf ront Doral Beach Hotel Will
Open Plush Accommodations Friday
One of the worl s most com-
pick' and elaborate luxury resorts
will c.pen its lull facilities for the
fir-i time Friday, when Ihe ocean-
lioiu Doral Beach Hotel, now be-
ina completed, Joics the 2.40J-
acre Doral Hotel and Couatrj
opened January, 1862, in a
singli entitj operation.
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four sides of the tower are gray- .
green son proof glass window
walls. The entire 17th floor will
be the elegant "St-irlight Roof."
Every room at the Doral Meach' *
will have its own electric ice chest.
There will be a second telephone
11, every bathroom. More than Si
million in tine arts, anUq
The twin r>- '' 43th hand-woven nigs, hand carved fur-
Ch, and I in Miami, upholstery, marble-, crystal chan-
, ,;; _. I, ,,., two t deliers and access ries from Spain
: ,\ ., ;,].*. will help create Suitably optllenl
5, horseback-ri surroundings for this newesl
skiing, private lake fishing, iev- dition to iop drawe* vacationing,
era! swimming pool-, ocean bath-
ing, and a total ol 750 decorator-
.( d rooms and suites, set m
" r ,, ., Minple American dishes, served in
S22 million of luxurious surround- ......',.,., ,k I ..,
surroundings that range from La
CafetO" (the Coffee Tree) to the
of the two plush, formal Mediterranean Hoom,
Cuisine will range from a vj-t
array oi foreign specialties to
Beachites Cha!r
Luncheon Club
For ZOA District
Uarold Shapiro, president of Tho lavisn faolitio
Miami Beach Zionist District, rcsorts wm at all times be freely at the Doral Beach, and the Con-
.....I I the appointment ol availal>le to guests of both the "
am Goldworm and Herbert Dora, Beacft IJotoi ad the Doral
n. Miami Beach attorney*. )|ote, and (^mry Club. The for-
mer has 430 rooms and suites, and
quistador Room at the Doral Conn
try Club.
On opening day Friday, the Dor
al Beach will feature the musi
ol Freddy Martin and his orches-
tra in the hoU'l'S~JI0O-safat;Mediter
ranean Roojn, which U ^Cjfedule-:
to 'erve as the DoraPS rtam dll
ii p and dancing area until th-
Ighl floof is coniplctiil late
tin- month,
1 eatored with Martin w II I
comedienne Sandu S
to 1 id the
j ol talent
,. .< eP ou ktai
n th.' main Irthhy 1
-1 hi tqtfi fee 1 1 Ma
his on .m.
Latin group
ALfRED KASKIL
Social Singles to Dance
Dancing an i entertainment wi
' !< featured at a nicht eluB-allai
red by B'nai B'rith Socii
- on Saturday night in th
;e Hoom ol the Di| |
1 tel.
co-chairmen of the district's
Weekly Luncheon Club.
The- Luncheon Club of the Miami
ch District was organized over
1-1 years ago. and is one of the
central meeting places each Wed-
ne-day afternoon lor visiting Zion-
ist and Jewish civic leaders from
throughout the country.
The club meets every Wedncs-
12 15 p.m.. al Waldman's
!. and is open to the public.

the latter has 320 rooms and suites.
Both resorts were built and
are owned and operated by Al-
fred L. Kaskel, president of Dor-
al Enterprises and Carol Man-
agement Corp., of New York.
The latter concern owns and
manages almost 20,000 apartment
units in New York City, and is
presently erecting a 41-story of-
fice building at 90 Park Ave.
Goldworm. wno is an instructor! Jean Sui,s- formerly associated,
taxation at the University of1 "ith the Eden Roc and the Dipb-
Mi mi Law School, has been a mat Hotels in Miami Beach, is the
e ber ol the Zionist Organiza- executive director of the new Doral
for several years, having on complex
i the old M-asada At the gala opening of the new
r oi Young Adult Zionists. Doral Beach, Mr. Kaskel will play
past chancellor of the host to scores of international
: Pythias, a member of celebrities.
Masonii Order, and a grad- Ljke ,h{1 Do,al Hotel and Coun-
of the University ol Miami ,ry cklb the Doral Bcach was
Law School designed by famed interior deco-
de i- presently engaged in the r:,,or Tom Lee-
.. of law In Miami Beach.: Architects for the Doral Beach
r.< has resided for the past were Philip..Birnbaum and Melvm
18 years, This June, he will re- Grossman, who have also provid-
Master's degree in law eel for 12 meeting and banquet
the i ol M rooms to accommodate anywhere|
Heiken is also a graduate from from 50 to 1.500 people. An exhi-
University ol Miami Law bition hall will have 6.000 sq. ft. of
ol and a practising attorney space,
in Miami Beach and Miami. He Firsl ncw i,lxury hotel to be
' 5! chal,man ofl built on Miami Beach since 1955,
the Doral Beach is a complete ar-'
chitectural departure from typical
south Florida construction.
From a broad, two-story base,
the hotel rises in an oblong tow-
er to a height of 17 floors. All
hi Mi h Zionist District
Luncheon club, and is past pro
: the .\li;!mi Beach Lodge
B'rith. He i> al pres
i airman of the Florida Civil
rties Union, and a frequent
kei <',\ ii Rights
Brandeis Univ. Community Planning
Expert to be Heard on Beach Feb. 21
ntOf. R0BEKT MORRIS
Filtistrip Scheduled
pionei i Won,i n i ral Gables
;p, will plans al
ting on Thursday,
Feb. 2l. to be held at Oeokies Rei
. at .it 1 p.m. A new filmstrip,
Hey Dtroma," will be shown.
lidenl Is Mrs. Sam
Dr. Stanley Frehling. president
of the Brandeis University Club
of Greater Miami, will greet
members of the local foster alumni
group on Thursday, Feb. 21, 8:15
p.m.. at Wolfson Auditorium oi
ML Sinai Hospital.
The event will be tiie seconu In
the current series of annual lec-
tures sponsored by the group, and
given by Brandeis University fac
ulty members.
The talk, "The General Welfare
or the Welfare State," will be of-
fered by Robert Morris, professor
of community planning at Bran-
deis University's Florence Heller
Graduate School for Advanced
Studies in Social Welfare.
The talk will view the impact
of an aging population on pres-
ent day social, urban renewal in
the American future, organiia-
tion and financing of health ser-
vices, and the future of private
philanthropy.
Dr Morris received his doctor-
ate at the New York School of
Social Work of Coluinl la liver
ity m 1999 Pollowing a career
in social service work in hospitals
and civilian and military Institu-
tions, he i- currently the principal
Investigator on a Study of Coin
munity Organization (or the Elder-
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Friday, February IS, lj|
Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINPLIN
The Universal Implications are Never Quite Clarified
PAST EVE AND ADAM'S. By Thomas Curloy. 365 pp.
New York: Athwwm. $5.95.
# ERALD WE EMS, once of Thatcher. Mass.. now up-and
^^ coming in New York, is the first character in the
book to be forced into a confrontation with his past.
Brought back to Thatcher by the death of the aunt who
reared him. he encounters Mary, his young love whom
fee could not marry. This meeting in turn impels him to
find his boyhood friend, Philip Fay, Mary's brother, whom
be discovers .n the gutters of the Bowery, eking out an
existence through the sale of pornographic pictures. Fay
learns from Weems that the bullying, hating father he had
fled years ago is now dead and has left the house in
Thatcher to him. He returns to Thatcher with Sidney
Stein, a bright young painter. ,
From then on. the plot, like cooked pudding, thickens
so rapidly that it is difficult to see through it. Fay is
obsessed with discovering why his tather hated him.
which is also confused with his search for God. The
loss of his father (or God) has made him impotent; the
resurrection of the past will, he believe*, free him for all
actions. In his search,- he turns up the secrets behind the
ok) houses in Thatcher; there are the lengthy diaries of
his father, some of which are strangely missing, in whictr
the word is most carnally made flesh. There are puzzling
questions: why did not Weems marry Mary?-how did he
betray her and his friend. Phil?
The terms of the book are largely christological, al-
though part seems to be done with Freudian mirrors and
part with Joycean-Viconian circularity. (The book's title
comes from the first paragraph of Joyce's "Finnegan's
Wake.") The women of the book are done well, although
neither Weem's plain Jane nor Stein's Judy is as impor-
tant as Mary. Much is to be made of the Cstholic-Prot,,
tant-Jew trio, but it stands mostly as another symbol 9
the universal implications rather than of theological n
counters.
What are the universal implications, then? PaW
that the past, although it can illuminate the present, jj
not change it; what's undone cannot be re-done. Pertaj
that the past, being ambiguous, can have do nuanagj,
the present except an equivocal one. which is *--'mm
to no meaning at all. There is more to b<- drawn, p*
ticularly in the significances between art &nd (^ 1Bl
between traditional form and progressive h-rm. But
gets somewhat muddled.
The book is done with passion and bitterness -.^
streaks of good writing, which go a long way kwaj.
mitigating the lacks of a rather Gothic and somewhj
contrived story.
mji|l<. ...
CM THE MNC Jlf
SHY THE 0M00N'
RAC/AL /WD
religious
ostility
I Write as I Please
By CARL AlPERT
New Hope for Mid-East?
Jerusalem
COREIGN MINISTER Golda Meir had a long
session with President Kennedy when she
vas in the United States not long ago, and
lews about the meeting was mysteriously
parse. Thereafter, Israel's Ambassador to
he U.S. and Israel's Ambasador to the UN
vere both called home for consultations. Next,
i high-level meeting was held in Israel with
he American Ambassador. All of Israel's top
st... ..... ...viuding the Chief of Staff, took part. Ambassador
Herman has now returned to Washington, and by the time this
seea print, he will presumably have had further talks with the
State Department.
It is not difficult to guess where all this is leading to. Dur-
ing his campaign for the Presidency. Kennedy had pledged that
he would take strong action to break the Israel-Arab stalemate.
Half his term has gone by, and he has not yet fulfilled that
commitment. For the past several years, Israel has sought
action by the United Nations calling for an Arab-Israel peace
table talk. There was bitter disappointment when the U.S. re-
fused to go along with this proposal.
A few months ago. it was American opposition which was
largely responsible for killing such a resolution. Quietly Amer-
ican representatives assured Israel that the U.S. was against
the resolution not as a matter of principle but because even if
passed it would have no effect other than to antagonize and
embitter the Arabs. Surely that was not the purpose but
rather to seek effective means of breaking the deadlock.
Is is generally felt that U.S. pressure on Israel is in this
direction: So long as you are uncompromising and stubborn,
you will never make a dent in the status quo. We do not ask
you to surrender anything on principle, but to give some indica-
tion of elasticity. If you do not, neither can the Arabs, for to
them it is important to "save face." They have been so extre-
mist, and have made so many threats against Israel, that they
have maneuvered themselves into a position from which even
they themselves can not get out without looking ridiculous in
the epes of their own people. The result is continued stalemate.
Would Israel be prepared to make a conciliatory gesture, even
at the risk of appearing to yield, if the end result may be to
bring about a lessening of the tensionand perhaps ultimate
peace in the Middle East? A chess game can be won on a
gambit.
These are strong arguments. And the key to the situation
is the Arab refugees. Would Israel consent to the repatriation
of a certain number of these under adequate safeguards? At a
time when the expanding economy of Israel has created a seri-
ous shortage of working hands, the gradual return of 50,000 or
even 100.000 Arabs would help solve part of this problem. The
money which the UN is now pouring into Arab camps merely to
keep the refugees alive and vegetating, would in Israel be used
to settle and integrate them into th<> ecn""
th advantage of both. Could such a limited return lead to
further negotiations for settlement of other area problems?
Such are the questions which are being posed, and there
seems little doubt that Israel is at long last giving serious
consideration to the problems involved.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
'Polite' Anti-Semitism a Total Delusion
Washington!
ANTI-SEMITISM i> "an under
^ estimated evil" that ha.- gone!
underground" over the years bui
has not diminished, according to|
;i sociologies] study made by Pro
lessor Mclvin Tumin. PrincetOl
University .-ociolo.
According to the study, Amer
ican society retains a "reservoii
of prejudice" although opcr. anttaemuic express
ions are no longer sanctioned. Polite anti-Semitism
of the gentlemen's agreement" type has replaced
the blatant bias of previous years. But the victim
of discrimination in employment, housing, educa-
tion or social life can har;:ly be expected to appre-
ciate the politeness with which he was turned away.
It was lormerly claimed that American anti-
Semitism was linked to the appearance of Jews,
their attitudes, and general behavior patterns. The
American Jewish community has become almost
fully assimilated in these externals. However, the
old negative stereotypes have merely shifted to the
new appearance and behavior of Jews.
If Jews were earlier attacked for being differ-
ed nt. they are now denounced for being too much
like others. They are condemned for pushing ahead
ol others in achieving business, professional, and
intellectual success.
Dr. Tumin, who submitted his report to the na-
tional commission of the Anti-Detamation League
here, observed that anti-Semitism continues to
have an irrational basis far deeper than various
superficial theories can explain. He warned against
allowing today's convert anti-Semitism to convey
Panorama:
a false impression of the extent to which :: exitfj
He called lor continuing programs of vigilant and
vigorous action in education, communm le, I .
and Feclerac Go\eminent to flush ant -
the surface and eradicste it.
What Dr. Tumin termed "sta'.ti-
-\mern:i ivas said to !>< ;i breedbij
hostility against Jews. By degradn
insecure per&oi tries to elevate his o
society, To blame another is a waj
on< own sense of failure.
The Jewish defense agencies e.ir.
substantial about our modern status
Bui they can reduce anti-Semitism bj li i |
community activity to impose restraint> on pit
diced speech and conduct. Dr. Tumin held that I
expression ol prejudice and the extent to which |
it i> acted out is determined by the balance o(
permissions, restraints, and general community
Nippon or constraint."
The fewer examples of open anti-Semitic aitivitv
for imitation in the community, the less anu-
Semitism will seem permissible to the youth.
Dr Tumin maintained there is probably much
more antilewish bias and discriminatory practices
than revealed by the polls, surveys, and institutional
studies. Since American culture does not favor suc.1
open anti-Semitic expressions, "we must surel> ex-
pect that there is much more anti-Semitism under-
eround" than one would be led to believe by sur
lace expressions.
Awareness bv non-Jews of the presence of lew
ish defense agencies can and does serve to force
anti-Semitism to find devious modes of exproMcm
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
New Place for Bagels on Martian Menu
QF COURSE, it had to comer;
^^ A story about bagel on Mars :
A friend was telling me the storyi
the other dayabout a visit of t ^
Martians to the earth. I alway f
pictured the Martians as tall, bu >
it seems they really are small
Small but cute. And the space ve-
hicle they used for their journe
to earth was of course small, too
They are alert, these Martians, and coming here,
they didn't miss anything. They saw the Statue of
Liberty, Grant's Tomb. They saw in fact about
all the sights and shows, since they could get in
at most places at half prices, being taken for chil-
dren because of their size,.
After a while, they had enough. They said the
earth is all right for a visit, but they wouldn't
live here, if you gave it to them. So they prepared
for their return journey to Mars, and it was then
OH th* Record:
that they noticed that one of the wheels of their
space vehicle was run down. They would have to
get a new wheel. It was a problem to get a wheel
small enough. But they passed a delicatessen store
and noticed some bagels in the window. Enterisg
the store, they said they wanted to buy one of
these wheels.
That's not a wheel, it's a bagel." the store man
said to them. "What do you do with It?" t asked. "You eat it, of course," said the str*
man. "Here, taste it," The Martians tasted, then-
one turned to the others and said, "Gee, this weals'
be great with lox."
Speaking about bagels. It is said that the nuclear
research in Israel is aimed at finding some waj
to break the crust of a stale bagel. I
The bagel is a symbol of life. What Nietzsdp
called "the eternal recurrence." The earth u
round, and it goes around. It spins around is*'
sun.
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
Jewish Information Man's Unusual Plea
RECENTLY THE Jewish In-
* formation Bureau discover
ed and made public a remark
able letter by John Steinbeck
1962 Nobel Prize winner in lit
erature. The disclosure natur
ally drew wide public attention
In fact, however, this was onl;
one of quite a number of stril
ing documents unearthed by
this educational agency under the aegis ot Ber-
nard G. Richards.
The Hitlerites, with characteristic disregard
of honesty and truth, had denounced Steinbeck
both as a Jew and a Communist. The letter,
i .~H <;nt. 3. ip,4o. was in reply to an inquiry-
______^___
t "..... -r- .;.- .
by the Rev. L. M. Birkhead. who was then direc-
ting the Friends of Democracy and battims
against all forms of slander and misrepresenta-
tion.
The Bureau has publicized and circulated
sixty separate documents, brochures and I'l""'?
of magazine articles dealing with conditions
feeling Jews in all parts of the world.
' The idea of an organization or foundation ft""
Jewish culture was also first envisioned by
Richards. ,
In effect, the Bureau became a combineffl nr
search, educational and publication sgencj
filling in a modest and unpretentious manner^
needs for more knowledge and understanding
the part of the Jewish masses.

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me roni ruuiuianw


February 15, 1963
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UTTBt TO THE EDITOR-
teorae Stern. Southeastern Reqion director of Young Judaea,
Hsits Greater Miami to meet with the more than 25
four.'-- Judaea groups and discuss results of both the organi-
s winter conclave and Camp Judaea, now in its fourth
r or operation at Hendersonville, N.C. Stern (second from
eft se-ated) is shown with Younq Judaea leaders at Beth Torah
[ gaiion. Seated are Benjamin Niedzwetzki, in charge
sixth and seventh grade boys; Mr. and Mrs. Stern; and
I :m J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah. Stand-
kg :::e Judy Mintz, assistant leader; Kay Levin, fifth grade
l Robert Andron, fourth and fifth grade boys; Shirley
v.; seventh and eighth grade girls; and Roz Ashley,
sn.crs. Not shown are Marsha Ball, third grade girls; and
i :;delman, fourth grade girls.
>th Torah Plans School Programs
.:i ii series of father and
. lighter breakfasts at Beth
ra| ugregation will be held
laj following services at
|ii, speaker at the Tallit \
i inli of the Harold Wolk
| School "ill be Stanley
i net ol the Fire Depart-
hi North Miami Beach,
\o ias been a member of the
epartmeni since 1954. and
i ince i960.
s. -.day morning. Feb. 24. the
meeting will feature a debate
-:.. dents of Dade Heights
i tenter. Subject will be
| Bar Mitzvah be Moved to
as group advisors are
Irving Kuttler and Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. with Mrs
Harold Cotler chairman of the
mother committee.
Members of the 60 voice choir,
under the direction of Ben Yomen.
will be featured at the annual
Jewish National Fun I rally to be
held at Beth Torah this Sunday at
10:30 a.m. The choir will present
a cantata based on the observance
of Tu B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day.
and featuring both narration and
song.
The school will Ik1 the recipient
Igain this year of a JNF award
"for outstanding efforts in 1962 in
the planting Of trees in the for-
ests of Israel." Accepting the
award on behalf of the school will
he Nat Ostrov.
"FOR DADE'S
FULL SHARE
EDWARD BRIGHAM
TO THI
LegislatureGroup 12
(Piid Pol. Adv.)
Russian Jews May Need US Haven
VOTE FOR MURRAY S. MEYERSON Group No. 9 FOR -gL,^ J0--1 I
tote Legislature "*OR A PROGRESSIVE FLORIDA" P'ofessor of Criminology Doe County Jr. College ^HH>- H' Jj\\h
Paid Pol. Ad-. MuRRAf i. mcitKiUM
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Though Jewish history some-
times presents historical events as
miracles, the basic Jewish rule is
not to rely upon miracles, the
conception being that Divine Force
works through natural means, not
supernatural.
This traditional Jewish concept-
ion has been proved again and
again throughout the history of
our Diaspora, and especially so
during the Hitler regime when
millions of Jews vanished, with-
out having any miracle save them.
We must be realistic and face
facts as they are. and prepare
ourselves accordingly. It is nec-
essary that we take all steps to
provide and assure the proper pro-
tection to meet the Jewish future
by avoiding a repetition of past
mistakes for which we paid such
a tremendous price We cannot
depend on miracles, nor is it ad-
visable to hely upon good will of
friends.
The shiploads of Jews who ar-
rived at the shores of this coun-
try in 1940, seeking refuge from
Nazi tyranny, were convinced
that they woe Id be sheltered,
just as any Cuban today takes
it for granted that his entrance
into this country will be per-
mitted and accepted.
The Jews in 1940 were wrong
in this assumption, which the Cub-1
ans today take for granted, and'
it is well-known that these Jews
were sent back to their deaths.
It is a matter of fact that the
Cuban Government in 1940 also
turned back to Europe shiploads
ol Jews, from where they fled
the beckon in g extermination
camps. A few who were able to
get into Cuba through different
channels were permitted to do so
because of the corruption of gov-
ernment officials, hut not lor
humanitarian reasons.
The struggle for the liberation
of Russian Jewry is now being
waged by Jewish organizations,
Canada Leader
To be Honored
In recognition ol a decade of
service to State ol Israel Bonds m
Canada. D. Lou Harris. of Toronto,
national chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization there, will be
tendered a testimonial tribute next
Wednesday evening at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, of New
York, vice president ot" the Is-
rael Bond Organization, will be
principal speaker.
Active in the Israel Bond Organ-
ization since its inception in Can-
ada in 1953, Harris was the first
chairman in Toronto. Under his
leadership, more than S40.000.000
in Israel Bonds have been sold in
the past decade.
and there is a likelihood that a
break-through may develop to
free these people from their
bondage. They are the real vic-
tims of Communism, since they
are being persecuted as an eth-
nic group, more oppressed for
their beliefs than any other re-
ligion, and lately even executed
as individuals after charges
made under false pretexts.
Russian Jewry was (loomed a
lcng-time ago by the Communist
regime whose goal was to disin-
tegrate them as a people: but their
roots are too strongly tied to the
Jewish heritage for them to bow
to this pressure. As Khrushchev
put it. "They are adhering to
their individualism, and they can
not adjust themselves to the Com-
munist system."
If and when their liberation
takes place, the task of absorb-
ing these people cannot be left
only to Israel, already overbur-
dened with the absorption of other
exiles. This must also be taken
care of by their American kin-
folk.
These people will contribute
a great deal to enrich this
country by the skill and brain-
power for which they are fam-
ous. They will truly appreciate
the freedom this country offers
them.
American Jewish organization;-
should clear the way for them
now, so that when this eventual-
ity arises, their fate should not
he left to some miracle or to so-
called friends. It should be made
certain, beyond question, that
when these people arrive here they
will be taken into this country
as any Cuban is today, anoSnot
be turned away as their brethren
were in 1940. to perish in the Nazi
holocaust.
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
Judea to Accent
Brotherhood
Sisterhood ot Temple Judea will
hold its regular meeting on Wed-
nesday evening.
In honor of Brotherhood Week, a
discussion will be held on "The
Chaliense of Living Together."
Speakers will be Rev. T. David
Wallsteadt. director of Christian
education of-St. Stephen's Church
in Coconut Grove, and Rabbi Mor-
decai Podet. of Temple Judea.
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Friday. Februcry U
Soviet Denies B'nai B'rith Blood Libel Charges
The Guardian here carrying
the Soviet denial, points out that
the Movccw Joint Jewith-Moilem
statement avoids mention of tKe
relevant fact* and therefore
"adds plausibility" to the ori-
inal reports.
LONDON JTA The Sorirt
pf-ss z-rvr- .Novosti has circu-
lated a joint statement issued in
OAettrtafl h) itwUk and M clcrjjnien denying r;.- jf-d
fc;. -.<- ii -a: ij rift at a pre>s con-
ference in WastUnglOT last month
thai Wood UbcT* pogroms on
lesn t^rJc place ;*, the two I'zbe-
*"' .f Tashkent arid
ta.
The de
in* Wood ritual lib*!' The d
a- and Mo*,
ar MMBe mi il5n n and murder tiM
joint J State
i Jews, li
re- turned out il
bdi
The Utl red to
Th
B'nai B'ry. efaarged that w.
Jewish %-orr.an named
Mazol Yusu|
ped
-ar-oW k
for I r.tual mura<
cording the i i, ar
-
The denial in the Moscow jaM
statement took the form of i WBr)
What d;d in fact hapr*ri in Mar
gdan? A little i theft girl i- re
ported -.--.-.- TIm peak-stricken
--.-..'. .-..-,. frantti ith worry
The itate i th rttii took every
Th
search I It I
turned out that th.
kidnappwj
from Andizha mentally
and tailed the ^bala-it-i because of sterilit;
1 Doe- this incident
ground i for r Iff
not
In Taahkaftt, the B'nai B'rith
charged Iha Jews were assaulted
last May 9 fe lewirj spread of a
rumor that Abiqai Ban.iieva. a
^'-o'd w*>mn who runs <
Among feotl cri the ar.nuc! COtD-
ie '- .-. Music Fesl vol riH be the
TeW] fat shown above in rehearsal
under the direction of Can:cr Jacob Bornstein
The Festival, sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Jew.-.-. Corr.rriurrity Center, with the
cooperation -,': the Cantors Assn.. will be pre-
sented on Sunday evening Feb. 24, 3:15 d~
larael and wiil include c number
-: Dthei performing groups. Len to right are
Cover. Fred Reibel* Nancy Vereer..
tttemore. Marilyn Pecrce, Paul Sea-
naan Carroll Smith, cccompanist, Harold
Fronts, end Cantor Bernstein. Not shown :s
Miss Caroivn Pecrce.
Israel Keeps Eye on New Iraq Rule
Continued from Paoe 1-A
lure of the at i r gimc The con-
i- among abaerven hen; ap
pe n Id be that the new Iraqi re-
gime would favor better relations
uith Waiter but .ill not teek any
form of political union with him
and thus not bring about any maj-
or changes in the political com
pl xion of the ana
Col. Mohammed Aref, who
heads the new government in
Iraq, is known in Israel for his
prc-N*ii sentiments. It is con-
sidered likely that he will not
rush into *n unprepared union
with Egypt, especially since his
cabinet inclut's-s a substantial
number of members of the soc-
ialist Baath Party which is ded-
icated to Pan-Arab unity but is
nevertheless against Nasser.
However, it is taken into consiri
eratioo here i>...t the revolution in
Iraq may have its impact outside
'i Iraq's frontier- especially on
Jordan where internal opposition
to Kiny Hussein appear* to have
grown recently The opinion pre-
\ ailing here is that much will de-
pend on the stability of the pre-
ent regime in Iraq. A weak re
gimc would invite intensified sub
rereive activities both from Nas-
ter'l -ide and trom the side of the
Soviet bloc-. This would set in
motion developments apt to npael
the political balance oi po%er in
the an.
Meanwhile Cairo Radio i- bein-
kept busy broadcasting appeals to
the Syrians to follow the example
of Iraq and overthrow their gov-
ernment Syria has always i
lensitive to changes in Iraq, and
Nasser is losing no time to exploit
the Iraqi situation tor stimulat-
ing, trouble in Svria
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small shap, had taken blood
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Wild rioting against the Jews of
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Uzbek ar.d hi- ne>gh-
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- and hearts and pink
- will form the centerpiece
. party Sunday afternoon
home ol Dr. and Mrs. Mor
Merlin, 174;> s\v 13th Ave.
. -n\ ities will be in honor
..liter. Linda Ruth, and
i Greenes, whose betroth-
eing announced thi* week
it LOO gUCStl are expect
the happy occasion, in
f the prospective bride
- parents. Mr. and Mrs
Greshes, and the future
i two grandmothers, Mrs
iftman and Mrs Dora
both ol Miami Beach
Jso Mrs. Merlin's brother
i Chicago. Edward Jacobs,
hi; ie and offspring. Howard
and .'>' Joy, and Mr. and Mr-
Harris. Albany, N.Y. .
icend guest a( the home of
Dr nd Mrs Philip Stark, ol
K.: me Point, will be Margaret
an steam, whose husband
i- Mrs Stark's sister .
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the
Well known designer ol sports-
wear and dresses, Margaret has
temporarily deserted Greater
Miami for Nicole, of New York
This brief visit made poss-
ible because shell be in Talla-
hassee to speak at the Honda
University on designing One
very dear friend w ho'll be hap-
py for even a fleeting glimpse ol
her. long time intimate. Flor-
ence Kupperman.
Another happy family group,
Crystal House co-owners, the Sol
Brooks, entertaining daughter
Vickie (Mrs. Gerald Chosen) and
grandson Mark al the swank res-
idence The visitors mighty
happy about exchanging frozen
Sioux City. Io., for sunny Miami
Beach Now grandfather Sol's
greatest pleasure is showing
Mark in person, instead of a
photo lo his many friends
Continued on Page 6-B
Otv,
owian s
Temple Menorah Sisterhood plans its major
annual fund-raiFing affair in the form o! a
bazaur at the Temple Social Hall on Satur-
day night, opening 7:30 p.m., and all day
Sunday. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Segal,
bazaar co-chairman; Mrs. Ray Morse, pres-
ident of Sisterhood; Mrs. William Carmel. ba-
14/oM
zaar chairman; and Mrs. Samuel Hohauser
and Mrs. Irving Solomon, co-chairmen. Ways
c nd means vice president (not shown) is Mrs.
Sam Schiffman. The bazaar will feature new
merchandise, wearing apparel, housewares.
groceries, and boutique items. Special at-
traction will be the carnival Sunday.
MMl. SRIMATHI KANTHAMMA
Noted India Woman
Jewish Floridian Due at TemP|e lsrael
Flor;da, Friday, February 15, 1963
Section B
Fashion Show Offers Double Bill
Left to right are three of the four chairmen of the Combined
h Appeal Women's Division Initial Gifts Luncheon this
Friday at the Eden Roc Hotel. They are Mrs. Mandle Zaban.
A. L. Glickman and Mrs. Sam Blank hostess. Mrs. E. A.
allot, fourth co-chairman, is not shown. Extreme right is
Sol Friedman, also taking an active part in the Feb. 15
con.
Well over 2iMi reservations tor
the Initial Gifts Luncheon of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division were received by Pie be-
ginning ol Ihe week. Mrs. Inez
Krensky, chairman of the Wom-
en's Division, declared Wednes-
day.
"The response to our gala fash
ion show ol one-ol a-ki.ul Martha
Creations, and the appearance of
Mrs Israel I). Fink, national
Women's Division chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, who has led
such an exciting life and has work-
ed so closely with the resettlement
ol Jews throughout the world, in-
dicates that our luncheon Friday
ai the Eden Hoc will be a mem
orable one.' Mis. Krensky declar-
ed.
A former member of the French
underground forces during the
Nazi occupation. Mrs. Fink did
vital and dangerous work in res-
cuing Jewish orphaned children
from the Nazis during World War
II.
Alter the war, she worked with
Aliyah Beth, the organization
which conducted secret immigra-
tion to Palestine, then Wider the
British mandate.
Born and educated in Paris. Mrs
Fink and her first husband. Lt
Yves Oppert, ol the French Army,
both joined the Maquis when the
Nazis overran France. Lt. Oppert
v as captured by the Germans and
executed, but his wife carried on
Continued on Page 2-B
Mme. Srimathi Kanthamma win
speak to tne Sisterhood c.t Temple
Israel ol Greater Miami next We
uesdaj on "The Role of Women
in India Her talk will follow
a Bombay curry luncheon catered
bj her daughter, Rosamma \>
berg, who i- a resident of Miami.
In addition, next Wednesday's
program will include a talk by
Mrs. Harold Thurman on "Purim
and the Pursuit of Happiness'' as
part ol Sisterhood's emphasis on
.he Jewish holidays and festivals
The appearance of Mine. Kan
lhamma is ol particular interest
to Temple Israel, which has help-
ed to support the Bcne Israel con-
gregation in Bombay with funds
and textbooks contributed by the
Religious School.
in this countrj to study Ameri-
can methods ot organizing volun-
teer serviceseverything from
blood donations to child and mat-
entity careMine. Kanthamma
has spoken to a number of local
organisations, A former Red Cross
worker, she is devoting her life to
raising the status of the women ol
India, particularly widow-, who
are traditionally unable to find a
place for themselves in their huge
u untry
Mrs. James K. Lewy i- chair-
man ol ill* program for next We I
nesday, and Mrs George Gra
will preside al thi business meet
ing prior to Mme Kanthamma -
talk
Kodesh PTA
Pies! enl ol the newly termed
PTA of Beth Kodesh Congregation
is Mrs. Eugene Mitchell.
Organized to promote student
projects and stimulate social and
religious activities, meetings of
the organization are scheduled for
the second Tuesday ol every
month at 8 p.m
On Sunday evening. Feb. 24.
Beth Kodesh will present a film,
"The Cantor's Son.'' with Moishe
(>yslier and Michael Rosenberg.
COFFEE WILL AID FAMILY SERVICE AGENCY
Mrs. Kline to Host Women's Committee
n Committee of Jewish
and Children's Service wui
1,1,1 a member-hip coffee on
Tuesday, i p.m.. at the home of
Lawrence C. Kline. 3500 Fla
Dr., Miami Beach.
se oi the coffee is to bon-
' new members oi Ihe Women-
ommittee, and to introduce pros-
eive members to ihe agency's
We are honoring our new mem-
bers because it is through their
devoted assistance that we can
succeed in the goal- that the Worn
en- Committee ha- set for itself."'
explained Committee President
Mrs. Irving Fell.
t,\ working to create a better
social and moral climate, the
Women's Committee helps provide
the tools thai will strengthen tarn
ily life in our community."
Speaker lor the afternoon pro
gram will be Miss Marie Ander-
son, Women's Fditor of the Miami
Herald Her subject will be
"Women's Role in Social Ser
vice."
In charge of attendance arran e
ments is Mrs. Allan Herron, in
41 h Ter. '-an Marino Island, Mi
ami Beach,
Members of Island* Division of National Council of Jewish
Women rehearse a recent skit at a combined membership
meeting of Indian Creek and Islands Divisions. Standing
(left to right) are Mrs. Herbert R. Sobel, accompanist, Mrs. Ben-
jamin Horowitz, Mrs. Irving Miller and Mrs. Joseph H. Kraus,
director. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Arkin and
Mrs. Rose Levine.


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1963
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Planning a Purim Masguerade Ball are rep-
resentatives of the Brotherhood, Sisterhood,
PTA and board of Temple Beth Sholom at a
recent meeting at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Philip Schlissel, 9132 Bay Dr. Top row (left to
right) are James Knopke, Mrs. Harvey E. Kra-
mer, Mrs. Philip Postelnak, Mrs. Martin Stein-
ei, Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, Mrs. Jack Shapiro.
Murray Gilden. Harvey E. Kramer. Philip Pos-
telnek. Bottom row (left to right) are Judge and
Mrs. Schlissel, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Jack
Shapiro, Mrs. Irving Kushman, Mrs. Murray
Gilden. The masguerade will take place at
the Temple, on Saturday evening, Mar. 9.
Party to Honor
Joan Field
A party to honor violinist Joan
Field will be hi.it a: the tome
"'.Mr., a/"1 Mrs.^aniel Uammond^
5901 \< Bayshore Dr.. on Sunday
from 5 to 7 p.m.
Leaving later in the week for a
three-month concert lour of brae!
and Europe. Miss Field was re-
cently named director of a new
string quartet being formed in Mi-
ami under her name.
In addi'.on to Mis! Field, Victor
Stern, first violinist with the Uni-
versity of Miami Symphony Or-
chestra, and a pupil of William
Primrose, has accepted a position
with the quartet. The two mem-
bers still to be nanted will be giv-
en faculty appointments to the
university's School of Music where
the group will be quartet in resi-
dence.
In charge of additional informa-
tion is Mr-. Mae Perlstein. 3 Island
Ave.. Belle Isle.
MISS JOAN fltlD
jPioneer Women's
Luncheon Will
{Assist CJAppeal
Pioneer Women will hold a
I] on on behalf of the silver
I rsary year campaign of the
1 .1.wish Appeal at the
Hotel on Wednesday, it
i\ nnounced by Mr- Milton
< president of the Greater
L'ouncil of Pioneer Women.
Dorothy Krieger 'Fink,
<>l the Federation Spe;.V
I tureau, who ha- served B8
i ,n ol the Miami Beach
) j Authority, will be special
.it the luncheon.
i; addition, the 1963 United Jew-
peal film depicting 25 years
service by the l.'JA will also
ughlight the program.
Mr-. Green announced that the
iresident of the nine constituent
aapters comprising the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women
pull serve as hostesses for the
Dmbined Jewish Appeal lunch-
ton.
Hostesses Include Mrs Isaac
Pushkin, Golda Meir; Mrs. Joseph
pCrantz. Club 1; Mrs. Irving Lift-
lian, Club L': Mrs. Jacob Raffel.
Sadimah; Mrs. Isaac Olfenhenden.
Jjeba Idelson; Mrs. Sam Davis,
Coral Gables; Mrs. William Wag-
ner, Tikvah: Mrs. Evelyn Heitin.
Eilat; Mrs Alfred Lichtblau.
Mrs. Louis Baida, outgoing president of Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion Sisterhood, hands over qavel of her office to Mrs. Max
Thurston, newly-elected president. Mrs. Tibor Stern (center),
wife, of Beth Jacob's spiritual leader, looks on.
Home Residents Move Temporarily
Voceeds to Aid
kosher Home
Filth anniversary of the Bikur
pholim Kosher Convalescent Home
full be celebrated by the Women's
luxiliary with a luncheon at the
r- Hotel on Wednesday noon.
Guest speaker will be Vice May-
r Malvin Englander. Musical
program is by Mrs. Joseph Malek,
Accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor
Btern. Chairman of the day will
be Mrs. Murray Kostoff. Program
Chairman is Mrs. Nathan Roth.
Mrs Joseph E. Keiser, president
f! the Auxiliary, said that pro-
ceeds will go toward the expan-
sion of the Home.
An unexpected problem in the
construction of the new Ablin
Pavilion of the Jewish Home for'
the Aged. 151 NE 52nd St., was
this week solved through the cour-
tesy of Administrator David Col
lins and the board of directors
of the Osteopathic General Hos-
pital, who have made available
the building and medical facilities
of the former Biscayne Hospital,
6339 Biscayne Blvd.. for the use
of 50 or more reMdents at the
Home.
Maurice Pearlstein, director of
the Home for the Aged, announced
that the present Ablin nursing
and medical facilities will be
transferred for the next four
months, along with 50 residents
using these facilities, in a mass
movement from the Home to Bis-
cayne Hosptial.
Mrs. Jeanne Dare, director of,
nursing, and Dr. Charles Beber,
medical director oi the Jewish
Home for the Aged, will be in
charge of the temporary facilities
replacing1 the Ablin Pavilion, to
which two floors are being added |
with an additional 110 beds.
"A full program of activities,
nursing-care and complete meal;
will be available at the tempor-
ary quarters of the Biscayne Hos
pital with the same high standards
that the residents of Douglas Gar-
dens receive," Pearlstein stated.
Beba Idelson Chapter
Beba I elson Chapter of Pioneer
Women will have an Oneg Shab-
bat on Saturday. 1 p.m., at the
home of Mrs Anna Friedman, 1738
Marseilles Dr. Mrs [saac Often-
henden, chapter president, will re-
view the life and tunes of Ben
Ziv. Max Astor will lecture on
,!< wish literature
New Torch For
Belh S'^oSom
Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Gordon,
4435 No. Bay Rd. have presented
a new Torah to Temple Beth Shol-
om in honor of their 30th we ding
anniversary. Dedication services
v. ill be held Friday evening.
The new Torah was traditionally
completed by Torah Scribe Rabbi
Morris Fruchter at a special ser-
vice for the elementary school
students in the Temple's Religious
School last Sunday Further let-
tering took place at the Junior
High Assembly on Wednesday.
During Saturday morning ser-
vices, the new Torah Scroll will
be officially read from for the
first time.
Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual
leader of the congregation.
Senior Citizens In
'Mock Wedding1
Senior Citizens of the Wolford
Hotel have been rehearsing tor the
past several weeks on a 'Mock
Wedding." which they will present
on Saturday for guests ol the
Jusl 0 I the many projects
and activities in which the senioi
citizens there participate, it has
beui added to a calendar of events
that inclu les community sings.
films and lecture-.
A large number attend the de-
bating session- put on by the Mi-
ami Junior High School several
times a year, as well as the lec-
tures and films presented by the
American Cancer Society, and en-
tertainment offered by the Amer-
ican Federation of Senior Citizens.
Temple Zamora Sisferhod
Temple Zamo.a Sisterhood has
scheduled a card party for Sunday
evening. Feb. 24. in the social hall.
-Mrs. Samuel Rozeen. ways and
means vice president, is in charge
ol the affair, assisted by Mrs.
Samuel llirsh, Mrs. Harry Kam-
inoff and Mrs. Abraham Kusnick.
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At N. Bch. School
Kite m rk Nile'
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"________________________,___________!-----------------------------------morning service* are at m._
.iith Rabbi Henry Schorr reporting
on the Flonoa State CorJt-rence
on Senior Cituens heid kn OrUndo
this *eek Hu topic -
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If you like
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The play is directed b> Ja> A
Jenier. kfh student director.
Frances Hr.':.-.z'-r and stage man-
azer. Andre- G.-eer.
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Hear family, guests, cheer for
that real Italian flavor created by
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fettle macaroni pies...filled with
tengy Italian Cheese...simmered
With savory tomato sauce and
cheese...seasoned the real Ital-
ian way. So much tastier and
aster than the frozen kind. So
Much thriftier, toocost* only
bout 15c par serving!
Emma Lazarus
Study Group
Next Oneg ShaBbat study group
Of Emma Lazarus Hadaa&ah will
be held at the home of Mrs Bar
ney Joseph. 8fs50 Carlyie Ave., on
Saturday at 1 p.m.
"Trial and Error,'' by Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, ifl be reviewed by
i Mr'. Herman Angerman. rth dis-
cussion led by Mrs. Norman Mey-
ers, president, and Mrs William
Ljpsitz. education vice president.
Mrs. Joseph White will,teach Is-
raeli songs.
Mrs Barney Joseph, hostess,
v. ill be assisted by Mesdames Jack
Cutler. Jack Spatz. Max Grant and
Murray Rettler
Goodwill Group
Plans Luncheon
odwill Group of Greater Mi-
ami will hold a luncheon and card
party on Thursday. Feb. 21, at
Beth El Congregation.
Funds raised uill be used to
purchase clothes and food for the
:y. Hostesses are Mesdames
Kate Hyatt. Laura Hirsch. Ceiia
Flume, ar.d Mr Rubin Hyatt.
President of the group is Mrs
Carrie Hoffman.
Ce'aate s New A n
Je_..:~ -.'. -e .
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appears r. a purpose
N-
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quicker thai ;-- e-er the
possible. In fact, it eftz
a white
ners. and hard-to-clean area- b
Ifee -parkiir.z cieaa without
-era;.
The extra benefit of ammonia
makes new Ajax ideal for clear-
ing floors, vi alls. *oodwork. and
every other w a-liable thing in your
home
Other Colgate-Palmouve pro-
ducts that can make Punm chore-
easier are pink liquid Vel. certified
Kosher and Pane for all meat and
dairy dishes, and new heavy duty
Fab. the new detergent that U
not a powder or crystaL but tiny
heads of compressed cleaning en-
ergy.
New Fab nas pene'raung power
that gets toughest wash clean
clear through. Fab and Ajax are
also certified Kosher aad Pane.
Vie all of these fine produc*.-
and this Punm you'll have more
time to spend w.th ;-our family
and your guests.

Maxwell House Coffee
Maxwell Hou.-e Coffee, long a
favorite in homes everywhere, is
the perfect beverage to top off
fO0 Punm holiday dinners. The
makers of Maxwell House are old
hands in the art of blending cof-
fee, and the results of many years
of perfecting the best possible
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keep the

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MStfs App4 Products
Mott's -ppie products of-
fer housewives an opportunny to
get rax* .e:r Punm meals.
Mott's appie sauce, which has a.-
ways beer, a favorite m homes
ever- perfect side
chsh with a.-.y meal.
For a different taste sensation.
Mot: s ha- d.r.e some delicious
blending and come up with Apple-
F.a-pberry sauce, made with rich,
red. npe raspberries, and Apple-
Cranberry Sauce, made uiih rangy
red cranberries. These are blend-
ed *ith the finest apples in Ap-
ple Land, so the end result is notn-
ir.g but good eating.
Another Mott's product that has
gamed wide acclaim :- Hot! I Ap-
ple Juice. This is rich, natural
apple juice with ro sugar added.
I also produces a fruit juice
which is actually five "good
health" juices in one delicious
drink. II M tt'l AM. and like
all the other fine products from
Mott's. you'll find the Kosher "K"
on the label.
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Corned Beef, Pastrami,
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Krisprt Frankfurters
Koshruth
Quality
Flavor
WILNO KOSHER
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(of Chicago)
MIAMI BRANCH
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6551
ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM
SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE
It is your protection against imitationsyour guarantee of excellence in flavor, texture end
quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" on the Swiss Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced
lovely onions!
Onion Flavored
MATZOHS
4
For real ta'am of
Switzerland
See and taste now oodles of
onion flavor makes these snap.
sparl matzohi a welcome
St from bread go
hand-in hand with soups, fub.
main dishes! The snack su-
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Friday. Februcay 15, 1963
fJenisti fhorSdiiaiti
Page 5-B
G.
Belfin
chicken
2 cups chicken soup
1 4-oz. can whole mushrooms
H teaspoon crushed rosemary
leaves
Sait and pepper to taslc
1 lemon, sliced very thin
1 me; ium onion, sliced thin
'1 Stalks celery, sliced
2-3 cup seedless raisins
Mrs. Leiter
Chair Drive On
Heart Sunday
lichees ire the slight- heavy saucepan. Measure 2 table-
Chairman of the Heart Sunday
Drive in Miami is Mrs. Chester
Leiter, itto sw 24th Ave.
Active in Heart A>sociation pro-
jects for over eight years, Mrs,
Leiter anticipates that over '
To prepare with a whole roast- Heart Sunday volunteers will call
iteri of the broiler-fry- ,p0otis of the Eat and remove the inK chicken, truss it and place on their neighbors during Heart
- a Inference of just .,.. ,. ., ,.,,,.,. !',,;'-' i> in a deep roasting pan Sunday weekend, which begins
..- in their ages, but timn 11. z tact spoons of ,!,,,, Hrown in an oven Thursday. Feb. 21, and ends on
ice that little time lm' f;" '" "><-' saucepan, and add heated to 425 deg. F. for 30 mm- Heart Sunday, Feb. 24.
in tl mealiness and flavor 1hl' chicken pieces Brown well utes. Lower the heat to 350 deg Heart Fund goal is S175.0O0, ac-
! Broiler-fryers an "' ,'" M'i,s A d l,u' "lo!1- a;,(l F.. add the remaining Ingred- cording to Leonard I. platt, i%3
old and weigh up co* a minutes over medium heat, ients, cover the pan, and bake un- Heart Fund campaign chairman
itds Roasters begin pour '" ''"' S0UP- un(l add ln;' til tender, about tvn hours. Skim for Dado County.
. and weigh from SVS "eon pepper, paprika, and catsup, the fat from the surface ol the Both Mr. and Mrs Leiter, mem-
The extra poundage Bring to a boil, cover the sauce mice, and pass the sauce sep- ers of Israelite Center, are ac
pun. then simmer about 40 mm- : rat.lv in th< II \ Ofiatlon of Great-
mes, until the chicken .s tender. nivu.m. ,.,,. ,,.,,,. ev er Miami; which Mrs Leiter erves
Add salt and pepper to taste '" iu"]h ""w ** as a member of the board. The
'be riavor ol the paprika should g tr?* ?L liters have one son. Alan, and
be pronounced, but the exact mt'" '" ? ,ar*e- h'-\> grandchild, Debbie Lynn.
amount used is a matter of taste. Pan or ^Choven. Add the chick
Skim off an> surface fat before f P' and brown on all sides, pa- B..-J. -r AiX ffilAmmm
serving. Place the noodles in a A bring to a boil, cover the sauce- ,
pan. then lower the heat and sim-, North Dade Chapter. B'nai Proceeds will goito the main-
mer until the chicken is tender. Brith Women, is holding its first tenancc of Beliefs Ire
about 1 hour. Skim any fat from
the surface of the sauce, and
serve the chicken and sauce with
lo tl -Mil young and ten ler
nerous am units ol
I br< .i i !v. rtiona The extra
. kens of thi- size
: [j tor roasting, but for "j*J
,i m i! dishes which require
ing, or pot roast-
m*. TMfSTER IflTER
'eep serving platter and arrange
the chicken and gravy other them
ret .- today could both be This amount serves five.
Jied a pot-roasts of chick-
m the birds are first brown- chicken With Raisin Sauce
then cooked slowly in liquid
tender The first recipe is 1 whole or cut-up 5 lb. roasting rice. This amount serves 5.
-her version of the tradi
Hungarian Chicken Papri-
n-ith the sour cream omit
i the name tells us, paprika
important element in the
.,- nings, and enough of it
,i be -ed to give the fin-
lish I definite taste of that
H ngartfn recipes call for
more than the amount sug-
more may be used.
. [t is interesting to note
- me recipes for Chicken
tew tablespoons of
coffee are added to accen-
Elavor ol the gravy.
cond recipe has been writ-
ither whole or cut-up
IVhen left uncut, the
first browned in the
then laked in the saucer
finished bird is beautifully
and most attractive for
table.
i icken soup required in
in be prepared from
without the liver),
acks il the cut-up chicken,
ol celery, an onion.
n i parsley, salt, pep-
to 3 cups of water
i r until the chicken is ten-
strain.
iste these recipes
you in't agree that the
i the more mature
- 'hem an extra bonus
lm --
bowling social' night of the season Center in Cleveland. O.. a treat-
on Saturday at the Sunny Isle ment center for children
Bowl. 18330 Collins Ave. Prize* Mrs. Harry Beyer is in charge
and trophies will be awarded. ot reservations.
Chicken Paprikash
it up 5-lb. roasting chicken
arge miocs, minced
up chicken soup
reen pepper, sliced
ut i 'ablespoon paprika.
to taste
i tablespoons catsup
Salt ami pepper to taste
cups hot. cooked medium
noodles
Ri move excess fat from chicken.
Melt it in a Dutch oven or large
Senior Citizens
Asked to Dance
All senior ictizens, 55 years and
over, are invited to the Open
House "Tea Dance" on Sunday,
:; to p.m., at the Miami fMHA,
*50 SW 16th Ave.
Dance is given by the Golden
Friendship Club of the Miami
^ MHA to introduce its senior citi-
zens program to all older adults
who live in the Southwest area.
toco
Ploy to be Presented
Temple Beth Am Playhouse will
ut an original show written
"id directed by F.leazer C.reen-
and entitled "Once Upon a
in the Temple Auditorium
' Saturday, Feb. 23. Sunday, Feb.
and S i.i.iy. Mar. 2 Cast
includes .\i Leibert, local radio
Personality, and a complete chorus
aingeri
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GOOD DAIRY SHOPPERS BUY BREAKSTONE'S
(just as they always have]
Pamper your taste for the best with the quality flavor of really fine dairy foods!
For brunch, lunch, supper or snack, you'll enjoy the extra fresh, creamy richness
of Breakstone's. Good dairy belongs on your table. One delicious way, or another
always serve Breakstone's.
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Friday. February 15, 1963
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Salute UJA's 25th Anniversary
g/rs a i^wpportcr of Q\
mcrican rcurv
jfcwry s K^itperv *^JnstriiniQntalit\
J"or Oav/wa JL^'ivqs and J^juilding K^/srael
This Sunday Evening, February 17th
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MEET
6:30 P.M.
HOTEL FONTAINEBLEAU
GREAT
HEAR
SIN. KENNETH KEATING
AVRAHAM HARMAN
JOSEPH MlYtRHOff
RABBI HERBERT FRIEDMAN
M/ITON BERIE
HELP LAUNCH UJA's
GREAT NATIONWIDE 1963 CAMPAIGN
HONOR THE CHAIRMEN OF AMERICA'S COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS FOR A QUARTER
OF A CENTURY OF DEDICATED LIFE SAVING SERVICE
Reservations $10.00 per person
Dietary Laws Observed
Call these telephones: 865-0568 865-0569 865-9716 531-7445 538-8400
TUNE IN WCKT-TV CHANNEL 7 SUNDAY NOON
See "Foothold in the Desert" Hear Mr. Meyerhoff, Rabbi Friedman, Mrs. Israel D. Fink
Your Host Wayne Farris

U. S. Senator
KENNETH KEATING
Israel Ambassador
AVRAHAM HARMAN
UJA Executive Vice Chairman
RABBI HERBERT A. FRIEDMAN
King of Comedy
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froar. Hvater Coflete aad M..-7.-
being esc of ta- specialise in
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Sie does not take the be.
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;. is char
faac artist, to have beautiful
tames abou- Tbey both feel that the
hcme should be the center of :>. and
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Tbey have jos? Rear
:..-.- la their
Terrace Towers.
place, as i wars fr.endly
~- re two scr.- I ad Alaa
A.i- .- and soon
B*a tad Moms w.ii be granc
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- when Moms does h
rtiai glaai or other lovely pieces
current hotel Mi working on. Bea
*.-. .nui he's finished and then she says.
- .. -r.op for ours*. The Lapiduse*
aJso haTe a charming apartment ir. New York.
Bear Jic- f.agatone terrace and a tree, which
'.r.r.j.- t : Bi ...;. A ceHattar Oi r-c.pe- fata BVCTJ
eoactry ; .-.ted Bea is a good cook She started by
m to her by hi- mother.
rev up together, it has been eay to know each other's
'. .r.t.-ary to the opinion that ar. artistic person is hard to live
with. Moms, according to Bea. s ewg to please and fun to be
Ma> also because Bea thmk> everything ..-.at Morns does is
just wonderful.
* *
AMD LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US
Herman Lefiert. national president of the Women's Division,
latrim Society lor Techmon. who is wintering in Palm Beach, sent
a chartered bus to pick up the entire Miami board of directors of
Tecnnion and : .- m to Palm Beach as her guests for a full day of
luncheon at Petite Marmite. and cocktails in her penthouse
aaartaaeal n Lake -. Fun .-. i bw ihrajn inclodei afaajlag nd
this bus tnp as no exception. Ruth 'Mrs. Jack* Popick led the vocal-
izing But *hen she .-ins I Left My Love in San Francisco." there
vaaal a Moad from Um crowd Talking earnestly away were Inei
Krer. f;. :- K.t. Mr- i:-r / Ginsburg. reminiscing about w.i-r.
they were confirmed .n Chicago. Among other passengers
were Mrs Philip Tha Mn Morton Fellman. Mr-. Trudy Hamer-
-cr.i. Mrs H Franklin Williams Mr- Meyer Bnlhant. Mrs Harold
Tr.jrman. Mr- Abrat tbony and Mrs. David Pon\e.
*
GETTING READY
Mollie and Dan Ruskin have alerted their family. Charlyne and
James Meyer, Anorea aad Robert Magoon. ana llene and Lloyd Ruskm.
that they should start getting ready for a tnp to Haifa for the formal
opening of the Dar.-Carmel Hotel. The Meyers leave first: they are
going to crowd as rr.ar.y places into five weeks, as is possible. Every-
one will meet at the opening of the hotel. From there. Mollie and Dan
- H go on to Spam and Portugal

HOW DO YOU DO
Cariy Lobe! looking like a ray of sunshine in pale yellow with a
white orchid, and her mother. Mrs Jack Lebel. were introduced by
Grace Mrs. Albert Seiden to her friends at a coffee at her home on
Rno Alto Island. Caryl i engagement to Ronald Seiden has just been
announced. At the a tractive table featuring pink carnations. Mrs
Milford Purcel. Mrs Morns Seiden. Mrs. Irving Greenfield. Jr.. and
Mrs Leonard Parker took turns pouring. Among the guests were
Mrs. Gus Feuer and her daughter Lois. Mrs. Dan Ruskin and her
youngest. Mrs. Robert Magoon. Mrs. Robert Bookbinder. Mrs. Ben
Hartley and her guest from New York. Mrs flack Hartley. Mrs. Lester
Hart and Mrs. Robert Hart Mrs Charlea Greenfield and Miss Shirley
Greenfield. Mrs Mortimer May and Mrs. Robert Blum, Mrs. Aaron
Kanner. and Mrs Aaron Fan. Caryl's grandmother. Mrs. Rae Lobel.
and three great-aunts, all from Montreal, were at the party. Also
present: Mrs. Maurice Kane. Mrs Maurice Furmen. and Mrs. Abe
Schonield.
THEY WENT DANCING
Mickey and Murray Sonnett went dancing at the Eden Roc Hotel
with their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Remin Spotted at other tables
were Bea and Sam Hirsch. Mrs. Georgiana Jacobson. and the Sam
Rappaports.

FUN AT THE SIRKINS
Carolyn and Josh Sirkin and six-month-old Caren came through the
orange groves and palm trees to Grandma's house. It was a semes-
ter break fr.r Josh, who will graduate from Stetson Law School in
June In seventh heaven were the grandparents. Miriam and Milton
Sirkin, and the two seta of great grandparents. Hattie and Joseph
Sugerman and Esther and Harry Sirkin.
Arbib: Wolis
Tour Jamaica
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Mr I Swack nater
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Arbib and Diana Swaek
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the North Dade Bar A -
- a director and a
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-ide Planni-
.rustee of the Knig -
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He was a candidate for the S
side 7 ....". 1962. a:.
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the CWventty of M
Law School.
Sot. of Mr; Esther Wolii. S^V>4
Ire aad UM late Sol
Bridegroom s brother
Edward J Wous. served as his
best man Eugene Arbib. Brtaa
weisman and Edwin Wanner
sJmci
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MISS KOSLYH FROST
mS. KtHMtTH WOLIS
Frost, Ferdie
Eye Mar. 31 Rites
Mr Jack Fro?t. 1565
XE Beach,
engagement of II
lo Auulee R.
r r .- U I Mr- Jack
I enfie, of &.
and Sai I go, Cal.
The -*eci-::r.-- .- Kl I r Mar 31
at Beth Torah Congregation.
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at home of
Mi Mrs r Pi I
t: Mr and Mrs John Lustgar-
ten. Mr ar.^ aln Gilbert Bat.
Mr Irving Frost, and parents
.e engaged couple The bride-
to-be wa- ... her diamond nr.g
during the dinner.
Mi-- Fraet is a graduate of
S rti lliaaaj r High School
and secretary I Superutend-
of Park? and Recreation of
the C:ty of North Miami Beach.
Mr Ferdie attended Lawrence
College. DePa I'.-.;-. i-r.-ity. and
the l'n.-. ersity .jf Miami and re-
.-d degrees in Government
and La-a from the University of.
Miami. He ws president of Tau
Epsilon Phi. a member of Alpha
Phi Ome. .V Beta Epsilon and
Scabbard and Blaie. president of
the Inter-Club Council, and a
member of the Student Senate.
He :s president of the Coral
Y ing Democratic Club.
pr<--:-.ent-elect of Gilbert Balkin
. B rith Lodze. vice president
ot the South Florida B'nai B'nth
Youth Organization, past corn-
ier of Murray Solomon Post
243. Jewish w^r He II
a delegate-at-large on the Junior
Section Council of the Inter Amer-
ican Bar Aan and is American
Citizenship chairman of the Dade
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The Coral Waj Jewish Center
theatre workshop presented
Son the Duke." in a pre-
performance last weekend.
The two-ad muslcomedy was pro-
duced in the Center auditorium.
Julia Weinstein writing the
and lyrics by Paula Herris.
opening night, Sisterhood
lent Mrs. Murray Kajye, who
. also co-chairman for the
ing, (hose a three-piece Ital-
cnil ensemble of royal blue.
,i blouse was in white and
red florals embroidered in
An oriental black brocade
; was worn by Mrs. Mildred
the surplice bodice fas-
it h frog appliques, her
lie featuring the high man-
hne. and the skirt slit,
living Weissman's silk
ide was in an intense jewel
peacock blue. Sleeveless,
high-necked, it featured a
row of self-covered but-
down one side, from the
in Hine to the hemline. Busy
stage working on the scenery
were Mrs Simon Krug and Mrs.
j Miller, dressed appropriately
lor the occasion, in casual slacks,
t harcoal silk, in a two-piece
mble, with the overblouse
nmed in white, was Mrs. llow-
Horowitz' choice for the eve-
Mrs. Bob Herris wore an
i erald green silk shantung with
a lashed bateau neckline and
I" pleated skirt. A cherry red
hi sheath was worn by Mrs.
B Kemper. Self-covered but-
li ended at the hemline, and a
w sell belt detailed the waist.
>CHAIRMAN for the evening
** was Mrs. Jack Barnes, who
a white boucle knit three-
pi suit. Her overblouse was
ol black and white floral print.
and her cardigan jacket was
edged in black. Mrs. Emery
Green's petal pink moygashel lin-
en sheath featured an open neck-
line, with a tailored collar, which
was banded in white. White hand-
embroidery detailed the collar.
White silk was the choice of Mrs.
Martin Hirsch. Cut in the pop-
ular shirtwaist style, it featured
over-all embroidery in a black
leaf motif, and had the casy-to
wear skirt of impressed pleats.
Mrs. Geri Sands chose a cham-
pagne-colored brocade suit. Her
casual fitting overblouse had a
touch of color added with a lilac
silk chiffon ascot at the neckline.
White cotton satin with a moss
green foliage print was worn by
Mrs. Louis Prince. A white silk
surrah shirtwaist, printed with
brightly-colored birds in flight,
was the choice of Mrs. Herbert
Preund.
Mrs. David Gurcvitz' silk shan-
tung sheath was the color of fros-
ted orange sherbet. It was iced
at the neckline with whie chalk
beading.
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THE two-piece effect was inter-
estingly achieved in Mrs. Irv-
ing Hart's dress. Her tangerine-
colored skirt was topped with a
tropical floral print that extended
to a hiptunic-length. and had
bracelet-length sleeves. Mrs.
Hill chose a black silk crepe
sheath With a tiered skirt Her
jacket was a knit, which com-
bined black ribbon and silver
lame. Electric blue silk shan-
tung was the color selection of
Mrs. Henry Schulman. She made
the white mohair jacket which
topped her dress. Godet-typc
pleats in her skirt were an un-
usual fashion addition.
Menorah Women To See Film
I iple Menorah Sisterhood will | by Morton
Ihel i meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.. shown.
Wishengrad. will be
Temple,
si Mann will be speaker, and
him, Between Two Worlds,"
Mrs. Joseph Fcldman is in
charge of programming, and Mrs.
Hay Morse is president.
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Hair Styists Join
Gables Salon
Two leading hair stylists from
Louis and AtIgUSt'8 Lincoln Mall
beauty salon have joined the staff
of the firm's "sister salon" in
Coral Gables.
Bert Jenkins and Janine Udell,
who between them have won 23
hair styling trophies within a
three-year period, will be at Louis
and August's new salon at 236 Val-
encia Ave.
The Lincoln Mall salon, opened
only one year ago. has already be-
come one ot the best known salons
in the entire south. Its founders,
Louis Thomas and Augie Pannell.
are considered among the out-
standing stylists in the country.
Only last year, their hair crea-
tion was selected by the Hair Fash-
ion Council of America as the
"outstanding hair style for 1962."
Jenkins has won 17 trophies
since 1960, and Miss Udell has won
six hair styling awards. Jenkins
and Miss Udell join hair stylist
Evelyn Hudson and Eugene Flan-
agan at the Coral Gables salon.
Double Ring Rites
For Ronald Sards
\ double ring ceremony on Sun-
Feb. 10, united Gail Myrna
Fisher .'ml Ronald Stephen Hard.
Ilabhi Samuel April officiated at
the early afternoon nuptials held
at the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Following a formal dinner in the
hotel, the newlyweda left for a
honeymoon to Mexico City anil
Acapulco.
The bridal gown was of white
silk satin, with sprays ot reem-
broidered alencon lace wreathing
the port rail neckline, and scatter-
ed down the front panel of the
belled skirt. A jeweled headpiece
held the double tiered bouffant
veil ol sheer illusion, and the bride
carried a cascade of white orchids
on an heirloom Bible.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Max-
ine Beale, the bride's sister, and
another sister. Mrs. Bobi Salzman,
and Mrs. Audrey Bayer, the
bridegroom's sister, were attend-
ants. Dorrie Lee Palant. the
bride's cousin, was flower girl,
and Marc Jeffrey Salzman wa-
ring bearer.
Robert Theodore Bayer was best
man and Louis Joel Rothman,
Richard Zinn, and Thomas Habcr
served as groomsmen.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Worrell Fisher. 3532 SVV 106th Ave..
the new Mrs. Bard is a graduate
of Miami Senior High, attended
the University of Alabama, and
is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
, Mr. and Mrs. Morry A. Bard, of
Asheville, N.C., are the parents ol
the bridegroom, who is a grad-
uate of North Carolina State Uni-
versity, where he majored in tex-
tile engineering and was a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Mu.
On their return from flic honey-
moon, the young couple will live
at the Gracelyn Apts. in Ashe-
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Secdade to be Viewed
"The Seadade Controvers;
Facl and Fiction" will be the top-
ic discussed by a panel of o m-
munity leaders at the Peoj l
Speak, Miami Bench Town |
Forum, on Friday evening in Wash
ington Federal Savings and Loin
Assn., 1234 Washington Ave Cli.
Rose will be moderator.
Merlins to Honor
Betrothed Couple
Dr and Mrs. Morris H. Merlin
1745 sw 13th Ave.. are announcing
the engagement of their daughter
Linda Ruth, to Edward Gresl -
this week The prospective bride
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs
Jacob Greshes, 126 SW 63rd Ct.
The future bride and her fiance,
both graduates of Miami Senior
High, arc now attending the Uni
versity of Miami, where he will
receive a degree in June. The
bride elect also attended Flo; I,
State University.
Dr. and Mrs. Merlin will lion
Or the young couple at an engage
nicnt party in their home on Sun-
day.
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Orthodox Future
To be Aired
A forum discussion on "State ot
I he Union of Orthodox Jewry" v il
be telecast on Sunday. 10:30 a.m.
over WLBW Ch. 10. '
Participating will be Rabbi Pin
chus Teitz. member of the prac i
dium of the Union of Olthodoi
Rabbis of the United States and
Canada; Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiri
tual leader of the Beth Jacob Con.
gregation; and Rabbi Nathan Koh.-
ler. publisher of the Jewish Forum.
ville. where the bridegroom !-
associated with Mars Hosiery Co.
The Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami
proudly presents
The World Renowned
CANTOR SHOLOM KATZ
in a Concert Sunday, February 17, 8 P.M.
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach
and at
Beth Torah Congregation
1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd., N. Miami Beach
Monday, February 18, 8 P.M.
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For Reservations for Either Concert
CALL 532-6421
james david gallery, ltd
1054 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands
Miami Beach
Grand Opening of this gallery will take place
on February 15th, 1963
from 7:00 P.M. 'til midnight.
The james david gallery,ltd., is having
its formal opening and
-one-man show for
EUGENE MASSIN
The preview show will be from
7:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M.
on February IS.
The show will run from
February 16th thru March 2nd.
Phone UN 6-3505


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Friday. February 15, 1963
Women's Cancer League Luncheon Will
Feature Variety Acts at Fontainebleau

Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans its an-
nual bazaar on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Tem-
ple. To open at 9:30 a.m.. the all-day bazaar
will feature merchandise, men's, women's and
children's wearing apparel, novelty jewelry,
appliances, and white elephant booth. Plan-
ning the event are seated (left to right) Me*
dames Morton Schwartz, Hal Kane, chairman,
Mary Dufine, and Michael Heyman. Standing
(left to right) are Mesdames Harry Levin, Ruth
Qoldstone, Jack Greenberg, Henrietta Fine.
Murray Shaw, president. Max Amhowitz.
Michael Glazier, and Charles Rabb.
The Feb". 20 luncheon of the
Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach at the Fontainebleau Hotel
will feature a variety show.
Eddie Schaffer. comedian ind
producer, who has appeared in
night clubl and theaters all over
the country, and on TV. will be
master ol ceremonies.
One of the starring acts will be
Miss Carol Donn. winner of the
Metropolitan Opera auditions for
the State of Florida in 1962. Be-
fore coming to Miami. Miss Donn
was soloist at Radio City Music
Hall in New York City, and sang
in concerts and operas through-
out the United States and Canada.
She has sung with the Miami
Opera Guild.
Also on the bill will be a group
ol Ten students ironT tW Fine
Arts Conservatory in a program of
ballet, jazz and songs. Mrs, Ar-
nold Greenfield organize the
music and dance school jnd di-
re cts it program ol providing
scholarships for talented chaMron.
Under the chairmanship <~. Mrs.
Micky Kraus and Mrs. Howard
Grove, the League's fourth jnnual
luncheon will provide furl-, for
cancer research and treats*nt at
Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Mi-
ami. The luncheon is bein^ spon-
sored in conjunction w'" I 'he
Damon Runyon Fund.
Book Review
Series to End
The third and final book review
of the season by Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will be given on Wednesday,
Feb. 20. at Temple Emami-El
North Branch Auditorium.
Sponsored by the Temple's Sis-
terhood and PTA. the review will
deal with "Letters from the
Karth." the recently-published and
highly controversial work of non-
fiction.
Heretofore unpublished letters
from the Mark Twain Papers are
brougM to light in the book.
The book review and brunch will
start promptly at 10 a.m. Mem-
bers, "i the Temple an I guests
are invited
The book reviews are parl ol the
. .m of the Women's institute
i,>wi-h and Cultural Studies ol
Temple Emanu-EI. The Becond
series of study classes of the In-
ite opened recently. The sec-
ond weeklj session ot the new ser-
ies will be held Tuesday morning,
starting y< l '., at the North
nch Building. Subjects include
"Elementary Hebrew." "Prayer
Book Hebrew in Song." "Conver-
sational Hebrew.' "Leadership
and Public Speaking," and "Be-|
ginners and Advanced Art Sudy."
At each weekly session, Rabbi
Lehrman lectures and leads a dis-
cussion on the subject "What is
a Jew." Registration for classes
i- still open to members and
guests.
Hebrew Teachers Seminar to Open
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAH
Beth Am Will
Offer Musical
With Star Cast
A five-week seminar for Hebrew I
teachers is being planned by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, ac-:
cording to an announcement of
Joseph Cohen, president.
Seminars will begin on Wedncs-j
day. Feb. 20, and continue for tour,
Wednesdays to Mar. 20. under the ]
general theme. "New Trends in
Educational Methods." All sess-
ions will be held at Temple Ner
Tamid, 7901 Carlyle Ave.. at 8:15
p.m.
On Feb. 20. Herzl Honor, educa-
tional director of Temple Ner
Tamid. and Mrs. Norma Rabino
v.itz. instructor at the Temple, will
demonstrate the oral aural ap-
proach to the teaching of Hebrew
On Feb. 27, Mrs. Rochelle
Ross and Zvi Rosenkranx, in-
structors at Beth David Congre-
gation, will demonstrate methods
of teaching Hebrew in the early
grades.
On Mar. 6. Mrs. lialke Robbins,
ol Temple .ludea, and George
Goldberg, of Beth Kl Congrega-
tion, will demonstrate methods ol
teaching the Prayer Book
On Mar. 13. Abraham Gtttelson,
educational director ot Beth David
Congregation, and Martin Liedo-
witz, instructor ai Temple Emanu-
EI, will present model lessons in
the teaching of history.
On Mar. 20. Meyer Samberg.
educational director of Temple Ner
Tamid, and Miss Nettie Goldstein,
instructor at Temple Beth Shol-
om, will demonstrate new ap-
proaches to the teaching of Hum-
ash.
The workshops are under the di-
rection of Dr. Nathaniel Soroft,
consultant of the Bureau of Jefl
ish Education, assisted by Herbert
Berger and Louis Schwartzman.
Sessions will also include brief in-
struction ol new Hebrew songs
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Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (Rep.
N.Y.I will be the principal speak-
er at the eighth annual Palm
Beach reception and dinner on be-
half of the Albert Kinstein College
of Medicine on Feb. 21.
The function is expected to at-
tract more than 250 residents and
Winer visitors to the Palm Beach
Biltmore Hotel grand ballroom.
Sen. Keating is one of the lead-
ing spokesmen of the Republican
Party in Congress. He is a mem-
ber of the Judiciary and Com-
merce Committees, as well as the
Joint Committee for Immigration
and Naturalization of the United
States Senate.
Albert Parker. New York attorn-
ey and a Palm Beach winter resi-
dent for many years, is chairman
of the dinner. He is vice chair-
man of the board of overseers of
the medical college, and lives at
the Palm Beach Towers. Dr. Mar-
cus D. Kogel. dean of the Albert
Einstein College, also will speak,
Parker said.
Temple Beth Am will present
its annual original musical com-,
edy. entitled "Once Upon a Show.'"
at the Temple. 8800 Kendall Dr.,
on Saturday night. Feb. 23. Sunday
night. Feb. 24. and Saturday night.
Mar. 2.
The play leatures a cast of some
50 experienced performers includ-,
Ing in one of the featured solos,|
Al Leibert. WINZ radio personal-
ity.
The show was written and is
being directed by Eleazer Green-
stcin. a member of the Temple.
Tickets for the show represent a
donation of $2.50 and are available
at the Temple Beth Am office, Jor-
dan Marsh and Hartley's in Dade-
land Shopping Center.
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Page 11=B
SCOPE
BY ALAN SHECTER
A Musician Views Music and Youth Today
Igcr who doesn't like
music is "out of it.'
is. "he's square." or
lit in" with the group
which he'd like to
this reason, rock 'n'
Hammered into the
st teen-agers almost
!etc exclusion of bet-
le assertion of Barnett
|n. conductor of the
ch Civic Orchestra,
iho has close enough
li pupils in Miami
jK to know.
ti-.ols that rock 'n'
produce no reasonable
reaction. "The prim-
rted sound and steady
It perpetrates a false
lat spoils their taste
mg better," he says.
Id who is exposed to
Ml and classical music
1; it. reacts favorably
velops new interests
lake him a more com-
[better person.'' Bree
out. "But with so
Busis on rock -n' roll.
Ically a miracle that
|gers do pursue better
lusic Appreciation
|to help rcm coy the
Srceskin and the Miami
(vie Orchestra perform
each year in the
ch public schools. He
believes musie should weigh
still more heavily in the curricu-
lum, and considers most music
appreciation courses to be a farce.
A concert violinist himself.
Brceskin has been conducting the
Miami Beach Civic Orchestra
since 1955. when he moved here
after a loni; stint with the Nation-
al Symphony of Washington
(D.C.). Prior to that, he gave re.
citals throughout the northeast-
ern part of the country.
His Miami Beach Civic Orches-
tra is composed of both volun-
teers and paid professionals.
While Breeskin dreams of the
day when all of its performers
will be protessionals. he is real-
istic in appraising, the financial
barriers that must be overcome.
"Symphony orchestras must be
nonprofit because of their size
and the near impossibility of re-
munerating all the artists with
fair compensation." Breeskin ex-
plains. "Without raising concert
prices to prohibitive proportions,
huge crowds would have to be at-
tracted, and then the problem of
aceoustics bares its head."
Breeskin has great praise for
Miami Beach Mayor Keneth Oka,
a violinist and music-lover in his
own right, who has lent his sup-
port both to raising funds and
raising the interest level of the
community in his city's Civic
Orchestra.
Varied Programs
Breeskin often considers the
possibility that a solution may lie
in federal aid. a common ap-
proach in many of the better-
developed countries of the world.
He seems a little peeved when
people sometimes refer to their
contrbutions to the Civic Orches-
tra as "charity." which of course
is not accurate.
During Breeskin* tenure as
conductor, the Civic Orchestra
has played a wide variety of
music, including light classics,
operas, symphonies, waltzes and
full-length oratorios.
On Sunday night at Miami
Beach Auditorium. Breeskin and
the orchestra will play Beethov-
en's Emperor Piano Concerto.
with Ely llaimowitz. whose par-
ents live in Miami Be"ach. as
soloist. Breeskin is particular^
enthusiastic about Sunday's pro-
gram bcflflR he has always fa-
vored this work as "the most
colossal Beethoven concerto of
all."
In the near future, the Miami
Beach Civic Orchestra will be re-
named Miami Beach Symphony
Orchestra. Other improvements
and an expansion of activities will
probably also be forthcoming
soon, judging from the drive and
enthusiasm of Barnett Breeskin.
For although he emphasizes some
of the problems facing better
music in our community today,
his energies are "tuned" to solv-
ing them for tomorrow.
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Fprogram in observance
lood Month will be held
ly. 9:15 p.m., by the
M B'nai B'rith Chapter
at Hillel House on the
: of Miami campus.
|f)r discussion will be
the Responsibility of
Leadership in Inter-
It ions?"
u ill be Rabbi Mor
. of Temple Judea, and
ar, B. Williams, of St.
hi pal Church.
Ml. AMD /MRS. HIWRY U OOfl^
Beth Jacob Sisterhood
Beth Jacob Sisterhood was to
hold an open meeting this Thurs-
day evening at 311 Washington
Ave. Guest speaker was to be Dr.
Hyman Rosenkrantz. whose sub-
ject was to be "How to Keep Our
Bodies Healthy."
Plight of Russian Jewry
Fifth session of the adult edu-
i cation forum series of Temple
; Sinai of North Dade will be held
! Monday evening. David Colker
will present his illustrated lecture
on modern Russia and discuss the
plight of the Jew in Russia to-
day.
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z: :he Arr.er::~n zr.d Yiddish
ttagaa ploy* 'he role of
rfirachmaxui the Cabalist
who pedanni the ancient
ritea c: exorcism of the Dyb-
buk in Paddy Chayaoi
priae-winninq com edy-dram a,
Tr.e T e D I h .Van at the
Cc-rcnu! Grove Playhouse.
played by I..
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Wl
ELECT
David Drucker
STATE LEGISLATURE
Attorney at low
femer Ass't. County
Solicitor
Writ. Judrth Nelson
Drucker; 3 Children
World War II Veteran
Major, UJ. Marine Corps
Past President Temple
Beth Sholom Brotherhood;
B'nai B'rhh; Masonic
Order; Elks; Optimists.
* DRUCKER
will fight to Bring Industry to Dade County
so as to provide more employment and
better wages.
*DRUCKER
will fight to Raise the Level of Education.
* DRUCKER
will fight to Get Rid of the Slum Areas.
*DRUCKER
will fight for Welfare and Medical Aid for
the Aged and Needy.
* DRUCKER
will continue to fight for
Fair Reapportionment.


iiday, February 15.
1963
t'Jewii.sii FtoridHrtm
Page 13-B
Candidates Line Up for New Seats
Eleven seats in the Florida House and one seat in the Senate are
Dade County's prizes as a result of the recent reapportionment, and a
formidable list of Greater Miamians hv* flocked to qualify as candi-
dates. Following is a list of the hopefuls in the upcoming Feb. 20 pri-
mary: (See also Sec. A and C).
Stanley D. Caidin He is past president of Temple
Beth Sholom Brotherhood and
Stanley D. Caidin.has announced Normandy shorcs Golf club. He
[dward Miller
David ft'iHch
Daniel Moore
J3ar Edward Miller
labbi Max Shapiro will officiate
(he Bar Mitzvah of Edward
David is an eighth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy. He is
interested in languages, science,
for State Representative in Group
11.
Caidin has served the commun-
ity as past president of South
Florida Council of B'nai B'rith
Lodges, and is past president of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. He
has been active in every other
phase of B'nai B'rith. including
youth work, employment of the
physically handicapped and Hillei.
Caidin is the former law part-
ner of the late Mayor Abe Arono-
belongs to B'nai B'rith, Masons.
Elks, He is married and has
three children.

Murray Meyerson
Miami Attorney Murray S. Mey-
erson has filed for candidacy for
State Representative for Dade
County. Meyerson, with law of-
fices in the Seybold Bldg., is a
He was director of the Juvenili
Bureau of the Dade County Sher-
iff's office and a teacher of Amer-
ican history at Miami Edison 11
i School.
A former special assistant to the
Attorney General of Florida, he
was a criminal investigator for the
Dade County Sheriff's Office and
the U.S. Army. He served with
the United Nations Command -Mil-
itary Armistice' Commission at
Freedom Village, Korea.
Meyerson said he is running be-
cause "Our State can only move
progressively when the Legisla-
tors recognize that what best
serves the State, also best serves
aid Miller during services on, music and sports, and includes! vit/ and was formerlv associated: -
professor of criminal law and pro-! their particular counties. A great
cedure at the Dade County Jun-; measure of this responsibility rests
ior College. | squarely on the urban legislators."
turd ay morning, Feb. 16, at
ith Kodish Synagogue.
celebrant is trie son of Mr.
Mis. Martin A. Miller, 1800
84th Ave. grandson of Mr.
Mrs. Leo Axlrod and Mr. and
Jacob Miller, and great-
Indson of Mrs. Albert Klein.
parents of the Bar Mitzvah will
nor him at the Oneg Shabbat
the services.
David Fritsch
aeJcr-Granada Jewish Center
, the site of the Bar Mitz-
m David Fritsch, son of Mr.
Ml Tom Fritsch. 5757 SW 3rd
on Saturday morning. Feb. 16.
; David Rosenteld will con-
; thi ceremony, assisted by
itor George Goldberg.
in honor student at the Center's
\ School, and on the honor
at Kinloch Park Junior High.
id plaj
rock and stamp-collecting in his
hobbies.
Mr. and Mrs. Abrams will host,
the Oneg Shabbat on Friday even-
ing, and the Kiddush on Saturday
morning in honor of their son.
Jennifer Rabinowitz
Jennifer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Rabinowitz, will be-
come Baa Mitzvah at Beth Emeth
Congregation during late services
Friday evening. Feb. 15. Rabbi
Simon April and Cantor llyman
Fein will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at
Beth Emetfa Hebrew School and
attends Horace Mann Junior High.
An Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by
her parents in her honor, will fol-
low the services.
with Food Fair Stores, Inc.. as
resident attorney.
Over the years, Caidin has been
active in many civic functions, in-
cluding work on behalf of slum
clearance, passage of the Home
Cantorial Concert At Hebrew Acad.
A concert featuring noted Wash- community is interested in the
ington, D.C., Cantor Sholom Katz| school, and we take great pride
will climax a three-month mem-1 in knowing the functions of the
are becoming commun-
Rule Amendment, and the Dade bership drive of the Hebrew Acad j Academy
Countv Outstanding Citizens Award' emy of Greater Miami on Sunday ity-wide.
! evening in the Ida Appel Auditor
reception in the celebrant's
|or will be held at the Deauville
on Saturday evening.
Daniel H. Moore
Bar Mitzvah of Daniel, son of.
trumpet in the school judge and Mrs. Edward N. Moore,
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Abraham Morochnick and Mrs.
\ Gussie Osheroff, was celebrated
1 Saturday morning, Feb. 2, at Flag-
: ler-Granada Jewish Center. Rab-
bi David Rosenfeld officiated.
Daniel is a seventh grade hon-
or student at Kinloch Park Jun-
I ior High, attending classes in ac-!
celerated math. He plays clari-
net in the school band, and is
active in sports.
Following the ceremony, his
parents were hosts at the Kiddush
'. in their son's honor.
County outstanding
Committee.
Caidin says he is running to
"help defeat the forces of reac-
tion and extremism, and to re-
member that eternal vigilance is
the price of freedom."
David Drucker
David Drucker. of 7009 Trouville
Esplanade, Miami Beach, has qual-
ified tor State Legislature in
Group 1. An attorney with offices
in the Biseayne Bldg.. Miami, he
has an LLB degree from the Uni-
versity of Miami, and has been
practicing here .since 1949.
He has been an assistant coun-
ty solicitor, served in the South
Pacific during World War II, re-
ceiving the Distinguished Flying
Cross as a major in the Marines.
mm.
Katz will sing selections from
cantorials, Yiddish, Israeli and
pop tunes. The three-hour concert
will also feature entertainment by
the 60-voice Hebrew Academy
Choir and a playlet. "Abraham
the Idol Breaker," b> members of
the third grade class at the school.
During the membership drive,
headed by Hyman Galbut. chair-
man of the membership commit-
tee, more than 250 new applica-
tions have been accepted. Galbut
reported the goal of the campaign
is to reach 1,000 new members be-
fore the end of February.
"There's been a revived inter-
est in the Hebrew Academy."
Assisting Galbut on the membcr-
ship committee are Sam Rein-
hard, Henry Groudan, Oscar Mam-
her, Adolf Blank. Carl Brandes
and Jules Rosenstcin.
Beth Torah
Adults to Dance
Beth Torah Young Adults will
hold their "Sweetheart's Day"
dance and installation of newly-
elected olficers on Sunday even-
ing. 8:30 p.m.. in the Main Hall
ol Beth Torah.
Men between 21 and 40, and
women between 18 and 35, are in-
vited to attend.
Admittance will be free to paid-
Galbut said. "We see now the up members of
organization.
Charles and Allen Levy
srvices conducted by Rabbi
gene Labovitz Oh Saturday
i Feb. 16, at Temple Ner
will include the Bar Mitz-
oi Charles and Allen Levy.
Bns of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Levy.
7!uh Ter., the celebrants are,
at Naptilus Junior High
the Temple's Religious School.
eption will follow the cere-;
|y.
a
Leonard Zeskind
|ar Mn/vah of Leonard Zeskind
be observed during Saturday
ding services. Feb. 16, at Tern-
Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
Ungard will officiate.
|r. and Mrs. Stanley Zeskind.
Pnts of the celebrant, will host
Incheon in his honor at Hieir
le, tiwo SW 133rd Ter.. follow-
the ceremony.
EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE
FOR GROUP 11 and for
David Abrams
li'i Mitzvah of David Saul, son
Jlr. and Mrs. Benjamin Abrams,
be celebrated on Saturday.
1<>. in the main sanctuary at
David Congregation. Rabbi
Unan N. Shapiro will officiate.
DEDICATED
TO
DADE
Country Store
Features Unusual
The Country Store. 2880 Florida
Ave., Coconut Grove, features a
Gourmet Emporium.
At the Gourmet Emporium, |
there is always the unexpected in
the form of the most delicious
kinds of" exotic foods and unusual |
articles.
And. in the Country Store, also
are available such items as bask-
ets, pottery, bells, brass, crystal,
notions, groceries, wagon wheels,
pergolas, garden figures, lamps,
bonnets, woodware, paintings, and
antiques.
Other items include pictures,
aprons, statuary, candles, china,
gadgets, candy, rugs, Pennsylvania
Dutch foods, copperware, ironware,
; Bean pots, resin cookers, and
! spice.
The Country store, whose own
' ers are Ray Wheatley. Don Robin-
son, and Mary Tarlowski, are pro-
I fessionals in interior design. Their
! wares are objects of art they have
gathered during many trips to
Europe.
In addition to luncheon, there
are tea and tarts at 4.S.T.
It's not what I look like.
More important is what
I stand for.
S. D. CAIDIN.
ATTORNEY
STANLEY CAIDIN
FOR
State Representative
* Married Four Children
* Past President South Florida
B'nai B'rith
* Former Law Partner
Abe Aronovitz
Has Been Active for
Anti-Defamation League
Slum Clearance
Muscular Distrophy
Association
MURRAY H.
DUBBIN
* QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
HOUSE
: REPRESENTATIVES
GROUP 6
Rabbi Schiff Will
Lecture Tuesday
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual I
leader of Congregation Beth El,|
and vice president of the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Assn., will
lecture on "The World is a Moral
World," at the College of Jewish
Study at the Bureau of Je
Education at Beth David Congre
gation,
Part of the serii s on "M
the Prophets," the lecture will
be held
:1ml will Include '
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Will Lewis, MM] of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewi*, of Miami, and now
the proud papa him>elf of four youngsters, is head of the radio-TV' de
partment of the I"r.iversity of Florida ar.d directs the news activities
of the Gainesville educational television station.
Beach counc:lmanic picture shunted into the background by the
many entrants into the legi-lature sweepstakes, but the Beach picture
includes Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Joe Maltk, Paul Grand and Dr. Leo
Grossman Sophia England**-, Democratic state committeewoman.
who spearheaded the initial drive to garr.er the national 1964 conven
tions for Miami Beach and then went on a campaign to move registra
tion books out into the precincts, is winning attention from national
Democratic leaders vacationing here
Sy Lawrence, manager of Dadeland Dodge, shifted there from the
same post at Biscayne Dodge Herb Bernstein, of Lafayette Con
tractor, has a new section open a few blocks east of Dadeland.
* *
Southeast Flori la Pharmaceutical Association, headed by President
Sol Heilperrs and Secretary-Manager Ben Saks, ll sponsoring a discuss-
ion or. Federal legislation atfectmg people in retail, wholesale and
,facturir._ I Rep. Ray Madden, of Indiana, will speak
r. 8 p m '' Miami High Auditorium.
A one-man art show. The World of Ivj Yolper." will be presented
Fob Club of America ;n Coral Gables, with
Mrs. Albert Pick I Milt Gayror. senii r
\ George W. Hrsch, I
been elected to tl -.gtoi:
eral.
Ben McGahey, r I II chairrr.
: lational Bank and 1
C. F. Shewmske.
* *
Hyman Tepl-ti of 50 Beneficial I: Group reps who
" i : recent La~ Vegas sales mana.t ment i Max Oro-
virz and Arthur A. Ungar were renamed to the executive comm
of the University of Miami's Board of Trustees.
Harold Abbott, C L I of the firm of Abbott. Finkel and Associates.
ranked second highest in the country for the month of December in
sales, as announced by the National Life Insurance Company of Ver-
mont Miami Beach High School students won first place in debate
last weekend at the Florida extension division district tourney at the
University of Miami campus Allan Albert, Jay Mechling, David Kaye
and Allen Fuller went undefeated in the tournament and go to the state
meet at the University of Florida on Mar. l and 2.
Edward G. Coll has ankled United Fund to accept a post at the
U of M as assistant to Dr. Henry King Stanford for development .
Alar M. Blank, head of the new funeral chapel on Bay Rd.. in Miami
Beach, is a member ot the same Blank family which long has operated
successful Jewish funeral homes in Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
* *
New art show. sponsored by The Loft On the Mile Gallery, now open
a' the Harbour House University of Miami's basketball showdown
with Loyola Saturday night should pack the Miami Beach court again.
The Hurricanes were impressive enough against Louisville last week-
end to rate a tourney bid from either NCAA or NTT.
Gulfstream home by Marlin Development baths, and many other modern facilities. in.
Company is in Coral Reef Harbor. It sells eluding swimming pool and screenea par.o.
for S28.000, and features four bedrooms, three Italian marble foyers, and sunken living roc-.
Teen-Agers Will View Problems
Prof. Edward Fox. chairman of
the Beth Am School Board, ait>
nounces the beginning of a new
program for the 9th and 10th
grades of the Religious School.
Leon Fisher, director of Jewish
Family and Children's Service, will
meet with these grades to discuss
problems of teen-agers.
Children will be invited to share
their feelings concerning their re-
lationship with their parents and
to each other. Fisher's work will
complement the program conduct
ed by Mrs. Morton Perry, a spec-
ialist in group relations.
Coral Reef
Harbor Homes
Sales Soaring
Marlin Development Co of 9300
So. Dixie H'wy.. this week report
eti 76 homes sold in the five month
oeriod since opening Coral Reel
Harbor, a community of 100 cus-
tom-built homes or. half-ai
ome includii cana I i
will ev< :
bay.
John Hopkii
who ha\
Development

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. : Avi
ntli r Rd
Tn told in
i month in the
prici to 1
The model homes include the
Dolphin, a three-bedroom, two
bath for $24,500, including a
swimming pool and screened
patio, Italian marble foyers and
master baths, a sunken living
room, nylon carpeting through-
out, central air-cooditionir.g and
heat, two-car plastered garages,
and a thick butt tile Bermuda
roof; the Gulfstream, a four-
bedroom, three-bath home with
same as above, plus a built-in
barbecue for $28,900; and the
Nautilus, a larger three-bed-
room, two-bath home for $27,900,
inclusive of same.
The builders are offering varia-
tions and customizing where desir-
ed. Delivery of the homes is up
to four months because of back
orders. Hopkins and Guzik declar
ed. Financing is conventional,
with 80 and 90 per cent loans pay-
able at 5 3-4 to 6 per cent ir.terc-t
rate, for 25 and 30 year-
Guzik and Hopkins have broken
ground on their second building
area at Kendall Gardens located
east of U.S. 1 on SW 10th St. and
S.W 70th Ave. These home- are
offering the same value as Coral
Reef, with additional modifica-
tions, and range from $26,900 to
to $32,000 on 1-2 acre sites.
DR. WIlllAM VfllKR
Dr. Soroff Due
In Forum Series
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff,
to the Bureau of Jev, i-h E
tion. was to rum
of the College of Jewish SI
on Thursday. 9 p.m., at Beth T->rah
Congregation. I5ul No Miami
Beach Blvd., in the titled
Lifetime of a Jew. '
Dr. Soroff was to dicu-- The
Jewish Attitude Toward Work and
Labor."
Registration is still open for the
second semester at the College oi
Jewish Studies at Beth Torah Con-
giegation. with subjects offered in
Hebrew. Bible, and Basic Juda-
i-m.
B'nai B'rith
Will Initiate
500 Members
Some 500 new member? wui be
initiated at a B'nai B'rth mas
meeting at the Deauvilli Hotel M
Tuesday evening. | el Jack
Wilson, chairman, lai I more
than 1.000 persons ar-
ent.
Guest speaker v. .
\ wexl< r, nati

I ei "i the internati
B'rith.
Master of ceremsnl.s w -?
Edward Stern, preside -.t of the
South Florida Coun- Rjebi
Irving Lehrman, ef Temole
Emanu-EI, will present the in-
vccat:on. Bringing greetings will
be Miami Mayor Robert Kin?
High and Sam Nieberg, vi\>
president of District 5, 8 mi
B'rith, and Charles Seiavitch,
president of the Flc'da Feo*i-
tion.
Wilson will present cert::
Judge Milton A. Friedman, past
president of District 5 will dis-
tribute Meritor i<
Awards.
Closing rerrfarks will be offered
by Jack Click, membership lirec-(
tor for the South Florida Council.
Mrs. Henry Balaban will bi
in a program of vocal solos, vntli
Bert Duckman at the piano
The public is invited Wilsor It
nounced.
ELECT LOUIS
H0BERMAN
To STATE LEGISLATURE
VICE MAYOR OF SURFSIDE
NOMINATED IN 1959 and 1960 for
DADE COUNTY'S OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD
ACTIVE IN CULTURAL AND CIVIC AFFAIRS
DAUGHTER BARBARA, LOUIS AND tSJULt

Fur Expert
Opens on Beach
I. K. Etman Furs, manufactur-
ers and designers of fine furs, of
New York and Miami Beach, is
now open at the DiLido Hotel.
Mr. Etman is currently offering
to stage fur shows gratis for or-
ganizations throughout the area.
I K. Etman will present a mink
stole to be given away at a din-
ner here Mar. 3 at the DiLido
sponsored by the Canadian Jewish
Congress. Proceeds are for the
blind children of Israel.
Young Adults
In Open House
Young Adults group of the Mi-
ami YMHA Branch will have an
Open House Social on Sunday even-
ing at the Miami YMHA Branch,
450 SW 76th Ave
The dance will offer a band and
refreshments, and will serve to
introduce the young adult program
for men and women. 18 to 30 years
of age.
Further information may be ob-
tained from Charles Plotkin.
branch director. Miami YMHA.
Linda Bar-,her. Meryl Bernstein, or
Sid Ehrens.
DAN
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THE CHAIN THAT LINKS ALL ISRAEL FOR YOU
Like Milk and Honey, The Dan Hotel Chain and
Israel offer the perfect combination for your
dream vacation. These magnificent hotels are the
Leading Hotels in the Leading cities of Israel.
Ideally located and professionally operated, this
chain has been forged to combine the same high
standards of service throughout the country for
you. Ask your travel agent. He knows that a trip to
Israel, without staying at a Dan Hotel, is like
bagels without lox!
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rri&ery. February 15, 1963
* Jewish FhrMiw
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to Talk
ibout New Hotel
:!. Manor, Minister of Econ-1
mc- f**MlM fcwaer-Emlwstiy-t
L ft-j bington, D.C., will be guest
l. j r at a dinner on Wednes-
|a, Westview Country Club.
Acting as hosts for the firm of |
i -'yne. Noel & Co, members
I tht New York Stock Exchange.
nil r- Herbert Kern, John Ser-,
k rune Stern and Samuel
|{
I nner will serve to intro-
Greater Miami area to
,\vu Milton Hotel. ROW
nstruction. Financing of
* 11 i- being managed by
nr Noel and Company.
nuel Sell*, president of AI Ossip (left) and Harry
prican Israel Basic Econ- Diamond take en the same
rp., along with an officer, posts in 1963 the! they held
ilton Hotel Corp.. will ex- as last ear's co-chairmen of
investors may particL the Combined Jewish Appeal
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t -lie project.
'omen to Fete
lihon Berle
Insurance Division. They're
shown planning the division's
participation in the Construc-
tion, Real Estate, and Allied
Trades Divisions premiere
Vi fternoon of entertainment showing of "Divorce- Italian
. |bj the Props women Style" next Wednesday.
Mrs. Singer, 58
Passes Away
business with their an
enl thai comedian Milton
\ II I e guest of honor at
, on fete Tuesday at noon
ihi La Ronde Room of the Fon-
t au HoteI- Mr.-. Esther Goldberg singer.
_ never before honored a wife ol William O. Singer, Miami
I .;. tor, Berle's affair break- civic leader and head of the Royal
[four-year precedent during which Castle chain, died in Cedars ol
t Props have honored worn- Lebanon Hospital Sunday night at
I i lusively, including Martha i,'r a brief illness.
| Keel> Smith. Francis Faye. Mrs Singer. 58 at the time of
[ :uce and F.va C.abor. her death, came to Miami with
g their show. "The Girls her husband 30 years ago. They
i erle," mice again the basic lived at 6945 Granada Blvd., Coral
him;. "ill be a "This is Your Cables.
isical -how, with original Surviving Mis. Singer, in addi-
written and directed by tion to her husband, are a son.
|ats> Abbott, musical arrange- Lawrence E ; two daughter-, Mrs.
I Harry Hrent. and the en- Dorothy Jacob.- of New Orleans.
luction staged by produc- and Mr-. Marlene Stone; her
i 5 Kruger Pollak mother. Mrs. Lilly Goldberg: a,
to women only, tickets are brother, Edward Goldberg; two
[ through ticket chairman, sisters, Mrs. Rita Meyers and Mrs.
rence Hair President of Ethel rlatsen, and eight grandchil-
1 ., Mrs. Mac Pepper dren.
Services were held Tuesday in
Temple Israel, with Gordon Fun-
eral Home in charge of arrantie-
n.enl -
CJA Workers
Invited to Film
"Divorce Italian Style." winner
ofa-C'atmes Film Fr-rtrrnl ward.
will be premiered at the Parkway
Theatre. Coral Way. on Wednesday
evening, and invitations to attend
have been extended to the Con-
struction and Real Estate Division
members, as well as the Insur-
ance Division ol the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
David B. Fleeman. chairman of
the Construction. Real Estate and
Allied Trades Division! said that
the special showing will be cour-
tesy ol leaders ol the division, and
oi the Trades and Professions
Council, "a.- a pleasant evening for
all on behalf of the 1963 Combine:!
Jewish Appeal campaign."
Inurarce Co-Chairmen Al Ossip
and Harry Diamond are joining in
the special evening at which a
brief slide Him will be shown of
the work of Federation's local
agencies and the overseas pro-
gram- of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. Daniel Neal Heller, chair-
man of the Speaker- Bureau of
federation, will present a brief
commentary.
Students in Playlet
Third grade students of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
will present a playlet. "Abraham
The Idol Breaker," on Sunday,
10 a.m., over WCKT, Ch. 7. The
program. "The Still Small Voice,"
is sponsored by the Rabbinic Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami. Mem-
bers of the Hebrew Academy Choir
will also perform. Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
school, will deliver a message
were brought about after tortf
and careful planning.
The Miami-based firm is affiliat-
ed with Continental Advertising
Agency Network, with offices in 34
cities in the United States and
Canada
LEGAL NOTICE
iscussions Set
: Beth Am
speaker at a reception
I'n.lay evening services
Beth Am will be Ret
' iibson, president of the
i hapter, NAACP,
' pic will be "Is the NAACP
i --i\i- in Pursuing the
I \.iroes?"
ecturc is sponsored by the
community affairs com
I" chaired by Bernard Wek-
I val attorney. Topic of a
forum discussion is "The
ht to Work VS. Compulsory
[i njsm."
Mondaj nighl adult edu-
I- forum, Rabbi Herbert M.
' gard will conclude the cur-
t -ncs on "Major Controver-
Judaism." with a discussion
main i-sues dividing Re-
I' id Orthodox Jews.
LOW
fosea to be Discussed
' meeting of the Hebrew-
I' al ng L;roup of No. Miami
the Chug Ivri. will take
f at Temple Ner Tamid on
' 2:30 p.m. Max Katz will
- "The Prophet Hosea."
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BRAFF. Mill I!. IS, "!20 W I Wl>
11:i i.i.i IhIhikI, died Feb. l. Rlvi I
si.I, .
FROST. Philip S. v,. 10:.3S Ni: Srd
.-i led i.i. v Rlvi ralde.
MEYER. Mi- M.nuil. 77. 00 ISth Si .
ii .| i-.i. ; Kim raid*
PEACEMAN \l. \. 86, BO" N\V l-i
An II..in. .-i. ...i died I I., v Rl\ -
-i mm.
SALZMAN. Murray, 80, '.'..... Bay Rd.,
died I'"!'. 8. iii.nl.hi
SCHONBERG. Bum, 86, il" Cm.Iii.
I', ml Inbli .-. died !' !. 7. Rlvei -
-i,l..
ARa.xWALD. Mul. I", lu ml. VK ISIS
NK IVtith St.. died KVIi, i Be} i
BARNETT, Mil- Polly, 7,"i, iMK Hard-
inn \v.-.. .li.-.l I-.I. 7 Itlvernldi
QLAUBERG. Sat, 86, I6S01 S\V ".th
Ave., Pen in. died Fob i ltlv< rldi
honic, Abraham, !, 163 N. Shore
Dr., .li.-.l I'.li 7 Itlveralde.
lasky. I.. -i.i. u.. .:n Ni: l.'iTth Ter.,
died I', b. 7. Gordon
STRYKER. 1m. lleonre I. 54, 13190
Ar.li Creek Ter., Keyi-lone l'i.. died
r, li 'i. lilvernlde.
FRIEDMAN. Mis I-..II.1. v.;. 1502 l'< "ii
Ave., -li.-.l Feb. ".
MORRELL. i:.liii..n.l. 73, l":M 19tll SI..
died i.i.. Newman.
olens. Mr> tlertrude, S9, i;su s\s
:"-ili si .li.-.l I-".!.. ".. Gordon.
sidle. Samuel s.. 7:., 1500 Bay Rd.,
died I .-I*. ''. lordon.
TEPPER. Mr- 1.1a. 70, 031 NW Sill
Ave.. died l"i> '. Gordon.
SCHNEIDER, .iiiok. 7'.'. HW NE HI7tli
St.. .li.-.l l-'.i.. ". Rh eraide.
white. Hurry Nathan, ". I7m Alton
Rd., ,li.-.i Feb. RlveraMe
freedman. Jacob m s".. St.. .li.-.l l-'.i. t Riverside.
FREEMAN, AUin s.. 51, :.'--':: K.y-
atone nird.. died 1VI.. :: Riverside.
GERSTEN. Mi.~ Oeaella, 77. (35 SSS
2rd Ave., died FVb. 3. tlonlon.
RESNXK. I v.uik. ill. "I !010 S\\" 1Mb
si., died Feb. .".. Hi- i i 1*
RICH. Manny, 88, WO Weal Avi died
Feb. I. Riverside
GROSSMAN. .Mis Klsi.-. 80, Mid
Prairie Ave., died Feb. :: Riverside
MKS. ESTHER SfNGM
Attorney to View
U.S. Immigration
Attorney Neil Chonin will dis-
cuss "Liberalization of the immi-
gration Laws" at a meting of the
Club Everglades, Workmen's Cir-
cle, on Tuesdaj evening at 1545
SW 3rd St.. Miami
The speaker Is the son ol \li
and Mrs Morris Chonin, members
ol Branch 1064, No. Miami Beach.
On Mar 2, the organization will
hold a luau nighl t<> raise funds
[or a child health center in Israel
In charge ol tickets for the din-
ner and costume party are Harrj
Schuldiner and Sam Isaacs.
Ad Firm Names
Board Chairman
Election of Jack I. Green to the
newly-created position of chair-
man of the board was announced
this week by Bishopric (irocn
Fielden, Inc.. Florida's advertising
agency,
The move, approved at the an-
nual board ol directors meeting
Feb. 1. was one of nine kej ap
point ments made in a step to
broaden the agency's executive
base and increase its creatively-
oriented functions. .
Green, executive vice presi-
dent of the agency for nine years,
moves into the new position im-
mediately "to emphasize and ex-
pand 'the creative aspects of
agency-client relationships."
Karl Bishopric was reclectcd
president, and other agency prin-
cipals W Arthur Fielden and
Charles 11. Whitebrook were elect-
ed senior vice presidents.
At the same time, John S. Brown
and Paul H. Klein, both long-time
B-G-F employees, were named to
vice presidential posts, assuming
functions formerly directed by
Green. Brown will head up Graph
if Operations, and Klein will serve
88 copy director.
Board of directors also electee
Mrs Hayden Thompson to the
position of treasurer, and appoim
ed three new members to the
board. They include Gerry Dun
lop of Gerry Dunlop and Aso
dates, Limited. Kingston, Jamai-
ca ; Woody Kepner. of Woody Kep-
ner Associates, Inc., Miami: and
Benjamin Green, of B-G-F. Both
Dunlop and Kepner head firms al
filiated with B-G-F.
A veteran of more than 20
"years in advertising and the arts.
Board Chairman Green pointed
out that the executive changes
in the county judges court
in and for dade county.
Florida in probate
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Lecture on Socrates
A second lecture on Socrates was
to be presented by Dr. Abraham
Wolfson. director of the Spinoza
Outdoor Forum, on Thursday
morning. 9 a.m
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Men and Women Over 65

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health who arc 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who
want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan
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Including nursing home care following hospiializaiion
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may be as young as 56.
Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy.
Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of
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only for ail policyholders in your classification.
Why not call me for detailstoday?
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 1651
R( ISKMARIR SALERNO.
Plaintiff,
vs
11 El iROE s.\i.i:i:n. '.
I iefendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'. i :i:. iRi: i: S \ I.ERXi i
i"s Main Street
Tuekahue, W Vorlt
Y..ii. GEl iRGE SALERXl I, are
by notified thai :. Bill of Complalni
for I i v. ., haa been filed njtaliiKl
and you ar< required to m r .
ii AnsWfi nr I'h adlna lo thi BUI
of Complain) on th*. I'laintiff'a uttnr-
n. y, SMITH & VI wi'i.Ki:. in; l.m-
.'.'ln Road. Mln i I ..'i
file the "i iginal Anawer I'll
Hi.- offli .- thi '! k
..ii or bi

judftmenl by di .. ilk will hi
ed in
the Hill ..i t'omplalnl
This nol ibliabi d
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in THE .1 i:v\ ISH I'I.i IRII 'IAN
I iNE iNl' i IRUEREI1 nl Miami.
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IN THE CinculT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDIC AL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C '401
i'AIIi >t INK TAMItl'RINl i.
I'I.hi,
\
FR W'K TAMHI T.IN'ii.
I iefendant.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
T> I I! \M< I AMI'.riMNi"
I0H Pourth SI
Newark, Nii. i. raej
Vol. KRANK TAMBl'RINO, :ire
notified iii.ii ;i eomiilalnl f"i divorce
haa been filed agalnal you, und you
are required lo aerve :t cop> "i your
anawer on tin* plaintlfra attornoy,
[>AN1EI. NEAI. HKI.I.ER. RIO Alna-
lej llulhtina;, .Miami 32, florida, :.nn
file Hi. original answer in the Clerk
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Deputy Clerk
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Yeshiva Enters 76th Year
Of Academic Achievement
Micrri. Florida. Friday. February 15. 1963
Section C
A SCHOLAR RISES TO THE HEIGHTS OF HIS FIELD
20th Anniversary of Dr. Belkin
At Yeshiva U. Helm to be Marked
[ Samuel Belkin. president cf
y, .. University, will arrive in
Beach Sunday to confer
-ational and Florida leaders
iniversitj.
( -.dcrod One of the nation's
-i educators, Dr. Belkin will
led this month at a series
jo nts marking the 20th anni-
ver>;:; of his attanment of the
pn ncy ol Yeshiva University.
i plion at -:30 p.m.. on Feb.
j i me FontaineMeau Hotel, and
r in Dr. Beiltin's honor Feb.
2tj the Sterling Hotel will high
-. activities.
Max J. Etra, of New York
City, chairman of the board of
Yi-sr.n University, and one of
Amc-ican Jewry's leading spokes-
nun also will arrive early next
wttk to coordinate plans for the
2Cth anniversary celebrations.
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airman and co-chairman, re-
ily. ot the Florida Division
hiva University, head th-.- 1<>-
: committee for Dr. Belkin's
Belkin, a distinguished schol-
ar and educator, has com-
. record of achievement as
. \ a University's president
perhaps unmatched in Ha-
ul Amencan h ghor educa-
Off. SAMUll HUM
[ skyrocketed from 850 to 5.200: the
lacultv has grown from 94 to 1.200;
the number ot constituent schools
has leaped from tour to 17; its
budget has increased from $444.-
000 to S19.000.000. an increase of
I more than 40-fold: and its physical
I plant has developed from one build
i ing to four major teaching centers
i in New York City, valued at $31.-
,; .(00.000.
university's enrollment has Among the pioneering units which
have been established during his
administration are the Albert Kin-
stein College of Medicine, the na-
tion's first medical school under
Jewish auspices: Stern College for
Women, the first women's college
under Jewish sponsorship: and out-
Standing graduate schools of social
work, education and science.
Yeshiva University, now in its
76th year, is America's oldest and
largest university under Jewish
auspices, with 17 schools and divis-
ions providing undergraduate.
graduate, and professional studies
in the arts and sciences and Jew-
ish learning leading to 18 different
degrees and diplomas. More than
5,200 men and women, from all
parts Oi the United States and
abroad, are currently enrolled.
In addition to its broad range
of teaching programs, the Uni-
versity conducts several com-
munity service agencies and a
wide-spread program of pioneer-
ing research and experimenta-
tion, and publishes scholarly
journals and books in several
fields.
Dr. Belkin brought to the presi-
dency a rich background cf scholar-
ship acquired first in two tradi
! tional centers of Jewish learning in
1 Europe and later in two of Amer-
I ictfr great institutions of learning
Continued on Page 8-C
JACK CANTOS
IE0 ROBINSON
AMERICAN AND CANADIAN LEADERS PARTICIPATE
internat'l. Host Committee Named
Yeshiva University, under the
leadership of its president, Dr.
Samuel Belkin. has entered its 76th
year determined to meet the edu-
cational challenge of the Space
Age.
A major expression of the uni-
versity's vigor is its bold "Blue-
print lor the Sixties" development
program, which is seeking to raise
S30 million to finance expansion
projects designed to enable the uni-
versity to double its enrollment in
the next decade
Undertaken last year during the
university's Diamond Jubilee cele-
bration, the "Blueprint'' is already
well on its wav to reality.
Completed a few months ago
was Sol and Hilda Furst Hall, a
S3.5 nvllion classroom-administra-
tion building at the university's
Main Center in the Washington
Heights section of New York City
Now under construction at the
Ma;n Center, a block away from
Furst Hall, is a S2.5 million men's
residence hall which will house 322
out-of-town students, and plans are
being drawn for expanded library
facilities, and a new gymnasium-
recreation center.
The forward-looking "Blueprint"
also calls for new tacilities for the
Graduate School of Education, the
Boiler Graduate School of Science,
the Wurzweiler School of Social
Work. Stern College lor Women,
and Teachers Institute for Women.
The "Blueprint" has been spur-
red (luring the past year by four
major g Its oi SI million or more
These were S2 million from Arthur
B. Belter, chairman of the board
of the Belco Petroleum Corp.; and
SI million each from Sol and Hilda
Furst, the Gustav Wurzweiler
Foundation, and Max Stern, vice
chairman of the university's board
ot trustees.
Others who play a major role in
advancing the progress of Yeshiva
Uiiiversity are the university "'Mas-
ter Builders." who have contrib-
uted at least si8.000. and "Am-
bassadors." who contribute SI,000
or more annually.
Development and scholarship pro-
grams also are aided by the Ye-
shiva University Women's Organ-
ization, which has branches in
many cities.
To Nominate Officers
MAX tTRA
AMAHAM HOKMAN
Many of the leading names in
American and Canadian Jewry
prominent in the development of
higher education will play major
roles in the international host com-
mittee tor the celebration of Dr.
Samuel Belkin's 2oth anniversary j
as president of Yeshiva University.
Max J. Etra, chairman of the
hoard of trustees of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, named the following Amer-
icans to the committee:
Abraham Borman. of Detroit,
member oi the board ot trustees ot
Yeshiva University, and general
chairman ol the Detroit Fiends of
Yeshiva University. A national
leader of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, he is servii g this year as cc
chairman oi Detroit's Allied Jew
i ih Appeal, Together with hi* bro-
'her, Tom. he heads Borman Foods,
vhich operates Foor Fair In the
Midwest
O) David Goldberg, a'so of De-
troit, a founding member of the
Detroit Friends, president of Park
New* Agency and a leader iii Mich-
igan Jewrj.
I.ouis M. Levin, ul Columbus,
o.. president ot Congregation Beth
Jacob and co-chairman of the 1962
annual dinner ol Yeshiva Univcr-
sitj
Edward C, Levy, of Detroit,
prominent industrialist who was
the recipient of the 1961 Yeshiva
Universitj award and who has
bean for many years a leader in
the Allied Jewish Appeal and of
Israel-oriented causes.
Daniel A I.avcn. of Detroit,
treasurer of the Detroit Friends ot
Yeshiva University and one of the
city's top business and civic lead-
ers.
Etra also named the following
Canadians to the international host
Committee:
Alex Bctclurman of Ottawa,
one of the deans of the Ottawa
Jewish community and chairman
of its Friends ol Yeshiva Univer-
sity. He is former chairman of
both the IMA and Israel Bonds
campaigns in Ottawa.
Hyman Bessin. also ol Ottawa,
Canadian industrialist who is pres-
ident ot the Ottawa Jewish Com-
munity Council.
> Mever W. Gassner, ol Toron-
to, recipient of Yeshiva Inner
Wty's ursi Heritage Award, to-
gether with former Sen. Herbert
;i. L< hman and Joseph Meyerhoff.
Former president oi the Toronto
'Jewish Weltare Federation, Gass-
ier is national chairman for Can-
ada ol its High Holy Hay Israel
Bonds appeal.
Maurice Pollack, of Quebec
City, one ol Canadian Jewry's most
generous philanthropists Pollack's
donation of an invaluable collec-
tion of Judaica to Yeshiva Univer-
sity will form an important part
of the university's new library
Joel Sternthal. of Montreal,
president of Adath Israel Congre-
gation, who is president of the Ca-
nadian Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
sity. He is a nrominent Montreal
realtor and developer.
Joseph Kolinsky, of Winnipeg.
one of the piila*a of Orthodox
Jewry in Canaoa
New Free Loan
Group Opens
The Lubavitcher Hebrew Free
Loan Society of Greater Miami
was established here last week.
Announcement -ol the new or-
ganization was made at a Melava
Malka at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rosenberg in conjunc-
tion with the Florida Regional Of-
fice of the Merkos LTnyonei Chi-
mich. The function memorialized
the 13th anniversary of 'he death
oi Rabbi J. I. Schneersohn, the
Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The Free Loan Society has been Mrs. Ciel Simon, president of
made possible as a result of a Jewblt War Veterans. North Shore
grant by Harry and Murray Mark- Auxiliary 677. will conduct nomi-
owitz. The Merkos is the central ration of new officers at a meet
organization for Jewish education ing Wednesday in Washington Fed-
of the Lubavitcher movement. eral Savings and Loan Assn.
Dr. Irving Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-
El, presents a plaque to Metro Commissioner Charles Hall in
gratitude for Commissioner and Mrs. Hall's "generous con-
tribution" of 57,500 toward the establishment of a medical
clinic in the Negev of Israel. Presentation was at a meeting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers in behalf of
the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim, med-
ical arm of Histadrut. The clinic will serve to bolster Israel's
rapidly-developing medical needs in the outpost areas of the
Jewish State.


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Local Women Meet Rising Health Needs;
Vow to Help Complete Hospital Here
Standing deft to right) are Mortimer May, past national pres-
of the Zionist Organization of America; Herman Wein-
Iraui Miami Beach Zionist leader; Mrs. David Goodman; and
Dr. Morten ]. Robbins, of Nctshau, N.H., chairman of the Na-
tior.al Zionist Youth Commission. Seated is David Good-
who was honored at a Zionist Luncheon Club meet-
ing ".ere Wednesday.
Zionist Club honors Coup.e
Mr, . Mian Beaeh and Toronto philan-
thropists and veteran Zionist lead-
,!-. mere honored at a meeting
01 :tir Miami Zionist District
Luncheon Club on Wednesday,
according to William Goldworm,
luncl -on chairman.
man. v. ho recently endow-
ed a toom at the Mortimer May
Dormitory of the Kfar Silver Agri-
cultural Training School in Ash
kcion .>rael. a project of the Zion-
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where, are sympathetic and respond
to human needs.
Mounting problems of health'
care for thousands of people in
South Florida pose a greater chal-
lenge now to many of these women
who have been instrumental in
1 uilding Miami's newest non-sec-
tarian community hospital. Cedars
of Lebanon.
And thry are preparing to do'
something about it. To keep pace
with these spiralling needs, the
Cedars women and their friends
recently disclosed a plan for step-
ped up financial support of their
hospital. j
"This is the way we intend to do |
our part in the campaign to finish
the upper three floors of this life-!
saving institution," said Mrs. Sam- [
uel T. Sapiro. chairman of the
Women's Division development
fund. |
Under the new plan, the original |
Life Guardians who increase their
first gift to $500 will now be known
as "Golden Guardians," and their
names will be permanently inscrib-
ed on the Tree of Life Memorial
which stands in the entrance of
the hospital.
The monumental wood carving by
the noted sculptor Michael Piuggi
stands 9 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide, and
has been the subject of wide com-
ment in art circles throughout the
In addition, a genuine diamond
will be set into the Life Guardian's
bracelet charm, which was award-
ed to her previously for her gen-
erous support of the hospital.
Similarly, a Godmother who in-
creases from $1,000 to $2,009 will
henceforth be called a "Golden
Godmother," one of the Jughest
designations accorded to Cedars
women contributors. Their gold
disj awards will be studded with a
set oT twin diamonds, and their
names will be appropriately in-
scribed in a prominent position in
the Maternity Wing of the hospital
"These are a few of the awards
to be given. There will be many
ethers." Mrs. Sapiro said.
ist Organization of America, was
presented with a special Kfar
Silver Book at the luncheon "in
recognition of the work he has per-
formed on behalf of the school."
The luncheon meeting took
place at noon at Waldman's Hotel.
Guest speaker was Herbert
Ileiken. co-chairman of the club,
and president of the Greater Mi- ki j % LI^*
ami Chapter of the Civil Liberties NOTGCI KCIDDI
Union.
Heiken answered the speak-
er of the previous meeting, Harry
Sunonhoff. on "Should Bible-Read-
ing be Allowed in the Public
Schools."
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Miss Lonnie Mollov. a senior at
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written a scientific paper concern-
ing antibiotic experiments with
rats, which won first place in the
recent Florida Junior Academy
; competition, topping some 250
young scientists throughout the
state.
Most of the research necessary
for the experiment was done last
summer at the Howard Hughes
Medical Institute, where Lonnie
worked with Dr. Neil Cooper.
Title of her paper was "In Vivo
and in Vitro-Tcsts for the Time of
Appearance of Anti-Vovine Scrum
Albumin (BSA) in Fischer Inbred
Hats."
Lonnie is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Mollov. 635 NE 180th
i St.. and granddaughter of Mr. and
\ Mrs. Aaron Kosenthal, No. Miami
Beach.
She is president of North Miami
; High's Science Club and a mem-
ber of Beta National Honor So-
ciety, Mathematics Club, and Fu-
ture Teachers of America.
She will continue her scientific
interests at the University of Mi-
ami.
Visiting on Beach
A noted visitor from New York
i City, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. con-
, sidered a "Gaon," is staying at
the Waldman Hotel during his 10-
| day visit.
Internationally recognized as one
| of the living Talmudie authorities.
! Rabbi Feinstein has just published
' "Igros Moshe." his fifth volume
of decisions on Rabbinic Law. The
five books are considered stand-
ard reference texts for decisions
or. Talmudie Law.
Rabbi Feinstein. a child prod-
igy in his native Russia, came to
America 25 years ago.
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SHOLEH
LODGE No 1024
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District of Columbia Chiefs
Told They Can Bar Discrimination

I Presidents Night" at Sholem Lodge of
iai B'rith featured the recent initiation of the
I A. David Ray vis Membership Class. Standing
I'left to right) are these pest presidents of the
Lodge: Sidney Palmer. Marvin Rauzin, Joseph
iRayvis, William Pallot. Judge Sam I. Silver.
Hany Schwartz, Robert Lewison. Eli Hurwitz.
land Edward Klein. Seated (left to right) are
Proceeds from the fourth annual Cavalcade of Israel Stcrs
I presented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Cr-
[gcnization of America are turned over by Frank Farbenblocm
I left, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission here, to Abra-
. Grunhut, treasurer of the Cavalcade, and manaqer of
'. hingtoll Federal Savinqs and Loan Assn.. Washington
|Ave. branch. Center is Josh Rephun. co-treasurer and past
[president of the Miami Beach ZOA District. Proceeds are ear-
marked for Zionist youth work here.
roung Adults Plan Program
nn vmha Branch young
id ilt program got olf to
start at a mooting held
t! the branch.
wore made tor the upon
li '.inl to bo hold by the
r Sunday evening, Fob. 17.
? iliami "Y." The social will
t< to the entire young adult
|ommunity.
ri.up will bo meeting on
i r< uular basis on Wednesday
\- s. 8:15 p.m., 415 SW 16th
A\' Ml young single adults 18:
I ears oi age are invited to
i
*W*
these current officers: Milton K. Hahn, treas-
urer; Moe Schatzman, corresponding secre-
tary; Morton Palmer, financial secretary; San-
fora Swerdlin. president-elect; A. David Ray-
vis, president; Marvin Pearlman, vice presi-
dent; Saul I. Blake, recording secretary; Ber-
nard Kohn. Warden; and Howard Margolis,
assistant monitor.
Mt, Sinai Begins
On New Wing
Mi sinai iio>pital began con-
struction this week on a now wing
in the rear of the hospital to
house linen rooms, central sterile
supply, general storeroom an l
maintenance shops,
Included will be two new taci
l ties, a hospital laundry and a
print shop. Hospital areas former-
I) occi.....I bj departments in the
new wing will now provide space
tin the addition ol from 20 to 30
medical and surgical intensive
care bed-.
Under the public works accel
eration program, Mt Sinai re-
cently was '-non a Federal grant
.i78. This sum will defray
about 50 nor cent of the expenses
(I construction of the now wing,
relocation of supplies and the ad-
dition ol the new beds.
Increasing Mt. Sinai's 360-bed
facilities, the intensive care
units w:ll permit the most ef-
fective care of critically ill pat-
ients by grouping them in areas
which are specifically staffed
and equipped to provide the nec-
essary care.
j. Gerald Lewis, president oi
the hosptial, explained that 'the
floor nursing Staff provides service
to the many patients who cannot
afford private duty nursing, The
hospital Staff nurses will now be
able to give to the acutely ill pat-
ients, post-operative and acute
medical cases, the maximum of
the special care and time so im-
portant to their return to good
health.-'
The estimated cos! of the con-
slruction is S220.000. and should be
completed by mid-April. Archi-
tects arc Donald ('.. Smith and Ir-
vin Koracb. with Grant-Sholk Con-
struction Co. as general contrac-
tor.
WASHINGTON tJTA) The
Commissioners of the District oi
Columbia have been informed b)
the Corporation Counsel that thej
have the legal authority under
their police powers to ban racia'
and religious discrimination in pri
vate housing, Pocke ol ami
Jewish and anti-Negro bias have
persisted in the District
The Corporation Counsel's opin-
ion stressed however, that an
anti-bias regulation could be is-
sued only after public hearings
to determine whether discrimina-
tion endangers the general wel-
fare and safety of the commun-
ity. Commissioner Walter N.
Tobriner declined comment af-
r '.'.: -. ,. .;- .,
ter receiving the opinion from
the city's legal staff.
Just before Congress adjo irned,
the southern-dominated House Dis-
trict Committee adopted ;i resolu-
tion asking the Commissioners to
hold off any ordinance, li qui s-
tioned the authority ol the District
Government to iss le one 1 i
Congressional committee si 'I it
wanted tune to hold its own In
ings when Congress convenes next
\ear. A member of the committee
staff lias conferred with the Cor-
poration Counsel's office about the
authority of the Commissioners to
Issue an anti-dlscrimnation ban
une'er an 1892 joint resolution of
Congress
Serving on the open house com-
mittee for the club are Sid Ehrens,
Frederick (ioldenblank. Berme
Miller. Diane Taubor. Jack Kotkin.
Joyce Buchwald, Meryl Bernstein,
Sue Rosenberg. Linda Banner,
Gig! Mcrmcll. and Frank Weiss
Brunch and Card Party
B'B8i B'rith Women. Sunshine
Chapter, held a brunch am.
card party on Tuesday, starting at
11:30 a.m., at Sunny Isles Bowl.
18830 Collins Ave. Mrs. Arnold
Uothenberg and Mrs. Frank Burg
were in charge of information.
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groundbreaking of the internation-
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held on Sunday evening. Mar 10.
at the Americana Hotel lure.
The International Synagogue will
be built across from the Interna-
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stand side by side with the Pro-
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Modeled after the oldest Jewish
house of worship in America, the
Mill street Synagogue In New
York, it will house ;> synagogue,
daily chapel, meditation room,
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one of the uni ue features of
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Miamian to Head Florida Youth Unit
Beth Am horted a itrte were concluded 1
, -, (, Conclave here
tly.
Hebrew Academy membership committee
meets to discuss the current campaign for 500
additional members. The campaign will cul-
minate Sunday. Feb. 17, 8 p.m.. with a musi-
cal concert featuring world-renowned Cantor
Sholom Katz at the Ida Appel Auditorium of
the Academy. Standing (left to right) are Sam-
uel Reinhard, Adolf Blank, Hyman Galbut.
chairman, Carl Brandes and Julius Rosenstein.
Seated are Henry Groudan and Oscar Mam-
ber. Not shown are Philip Weiss, Benjamin
Appel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Milton Kahn. Abe
Aranoff, Dr. Louis A. Nunim, Joseph Gonshor,
Hyman Jablon, Henry Penchansky. Morris
Dubler, Irving Firtel, B. I. Binder, Harry Genet.
Rev. Joseph Krantz, George Kimmel, Isidore
Kramer, Louis Dublin. Dr. M. J. Safra, and Mrs.
Joseph Shapiro. ^__________
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Sa'orday's worksh.p s*rv.ces
wt-e follcwfed by MiniMrf where
the theme, Jfim-Ow Youth's
Outlook Toward the Future,"
wtre condjcted by Dr. Herbert
M. Baumgard, of Beth Am, Rab-
bi Darnel Lowey, of Temple
Sir.ai, No. Miami, and Rabb'
Jack Lev.ne, erf Ft. Pierce.
activities
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Scholarships Go To Brandeis Univ.
Hollywood, Miami and Miami
Beach residents have establu
row scholarships al Brandeis I'ni-
rersitj
Thf Bon D Silver Scholar-
v a? crealeri by the co-founder and
treasorer of the American Com-
munity Store? Corp.
Silver, of 823 Van Burer. S; Hoi
.\wood. a iormer board member of
:he Jewish Federation and former
-insurer of Temple Israel in
i".maha. Neb., is presently a trot-
tee of Temple Beth-El and a board
member of the Jewish Federation
> Hollywood
A veteran of World War I, he
mer director of the Super-
market Institute and the National
lion of Food Chains.
A second scholarship was estab-
lished bj d Mrs Dona I- I
Frost, of 8750 SW 89th St., Miami
Frost, ai atl rnej with offices al
Dupont Building, is a former
idem ot Um OpOmisl Club and
member of Sigma Alpha Mu
I raternitj Ht served in the I"5.
Army from 1943 to 1945 and is a
graduate of the University of Ala-
bama, and received a law degrei
at the University ol Miami.
Mrs. Sara Czech, of the Nation-
al Hotel, Miami Beach, pre.-tntcd
the university with a scholars!
,r honor of its president. Dr.
Abram L. Sachar, to aid a des< I
ing woman student Mr- Czech,
recipient of the Woman
Award from Israel Bond- in 1961.
1- a member of the Coml
Jewish Appeal of Miami, founder
ol the Thrift Shop at the Home
for the Aged, and donor of the
maternity wing at Mt. Sinai I
pital
Men) Hotter' Luncheon
A "Mad Hatter" luncheon will
be sponsored by the Dora Stein
Sisterhood of the Israelite Center
. Tuesday noon. Feb. 19. in "hi
social hall Mrs Louis Pomerant?
is chairman, an.. Mrs. George
Graham is in charge of ticket
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1963
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SAYINGS OF FATHERS
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less i i
thost thai are in
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3n Brotherhood is a Practice
That Must be Lived Daily
icivni s
rCcliaious s
e r v t c e s
By RABBI MARIUS RANSON
Member, Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
February, the month ol the birth-
- ol Geoi < u ashington and
Abraham Linci In, th.' holy m<
of Hi- American religion <>i Bro-
therhood, democracy, equality and
ind will, calls on us again t<>
break down the walls c1 prejudice
.ind build better bridges of under-

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KsVewS
Will Be Allowed Matzoth
[]-:\\ YORK (JTA) An of-
of the Soviet Embassy in
Ishincton this week assured
of Young Israel, an asso-
i i orthodox Congregations
this country, that Soviet Jews
ormitted this year to bake
tioth for Passover.
delegation, led by Rabbi! neighbors.
|\ul II. Hill, president of Young;
i met with Genardy Gtvri-
secretary of the Soviet Em-1
;. to discuss the matzoth sit-1
|. Alter the conference,
issued the following
"The Jews of the Sov-,
Standing between Christian and
Jew.
In American business life, there
is far more brotherhood than is
usually admitted. Christians and
Jews often "break bread" with one
another at men's service and
luncheon clubs, even at women's
civic and philanthropic luncheons.
But eomes five o'clock, and the
desk is closed; the vision ends and
the dream fades. After five o'clock,
there is no more brotherhod
only lines of prejudice.
Millions of Christians have never
Information to be included in the Religious Services column
most be in the News Room of The Jewish Floridian not later
than Friday, a.m., preceding the week of publication. All re-
leases received after that time will be returned as proot of
their lateness.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avc.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. w
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Ksndall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabui
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kodncr.
RABBI MARIUS RANSON
. exchanging visits
EETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
sei vative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro-
Cantor William W. Lipson.
I r i|,i> S : 1 ". (i.in. SittUnla? a in I '..t:
MUxnhIi: Saul, xon "i Mr ind Mr>
llenjamln Ahrama.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Friday ",:l". ami ::;i p.m. Ser.....n;
' l di ai. ,l Hi gponalblllt) ." Saturday
R:3u a.m. Sermon: "Commandment*
arc .Mail, in l, Kept,"
BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Hyman Fine.
Friday >;ir, p.m. Ban Ultsvab: Jenni-
fer, daughter "f Mr. and Mis. William
Kablnonits, Saturda) v l j a.m.
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BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Or-
thodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman.
i-rida\ I p.ifa, Saturday n am. ser-
in- i >i\ in.- it, v, latlon."
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
l-'i iia> Rundown. Haturda) s:30 a.m.
Sermon: "rin Commandments <>r
Uod."
been in a Jewish homeeither to break bread or to partake in the '"""
sociability of family lifeand practically never to savor the flavor of
Judaism as it exudes from our home religious practices, our customs
and folkways. Nor have we Jews more often had the opportunity to
see the inside of a Christian home in the relaxation of social life. We
live in the same ghetto of the spirit as do our Christian friends and
EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
It is my eonviction that the brotherhood movement suffers most, Shapiro, cantor Fred Bernstein.
because it has remained in the lofty atmosphere of theorv and public i'>i'in> vi: |.m. ihiiiili truest, ur. x -
meetings, and has not challenged the individual to develop brotherhood .!,'',',' '.',- Y.'', j .,'.,,' Wi'n'.'i''
in the "grass roots" of life. "Achad Hn-.\m Cultural Zioiilnm."
-. _. ..... ;,i j c ._ Saturday N:|.l n.m, Sermon: "icm Are
Many argue. We Jews are a minority. We will defeat Americas i;, .,,,,.n.i,.-- i:.,r Miuvah: Edward,
interests, and incidentally our own. if we take the initiative in brother- '< n < Mi anil Mrs Mai tin \ Mil .
Iiood and good will." I take issue with this altitude and philosophy. beth Raphael. 139 nw 3rd ave.
arc entitled to practice j We aro not s<>cond ciass citizens. And we ought to be better psychol- Orthodox
us rituals as freely as
".' r rationality in the Soviet
|ii The same idea applies to
program of baking matzoth
- ior Passover." Last
}r. el Government factories
r rbidden to bake matzoth.
titlesKiev. Riga and
ridJews did bake their
I >ih.
New $225,000 Sanctuary
KsTYILLK. Conn. (JTA)
building expansion pro-
volvlng the construction
>:r>.oOO, 400-seat sanc-
ere announced here by
Slutsky, president Of Beth
Wi -mile Synagogue.
lamedrosh Hagodel and
"..IK Synagogue merged
0. The combine I
ership ni the congregation
- it 350 famiiii -
in- new edifice, said
ame a necessity w it h
1 membership result*
1 the merger eight months
Idded structure, he
in the present build
Ihe congregation,
Build Telshe Dormitories
l"i |l la .
I'll- ;
Juiins Sapero. president.
Ii.ni. Sal urd i> '.' a.m.
i.m.
ogist.v The world is full of people who long for better understanding.
even though their gruff voices and brusque m.inners would seem to
deny this. They have built up a defense mechanism to hide an inner
uncertainty. It is our duty to help them to inner security and to enrich J Klll,
our own experiences.
A number of temples and synagogues plan for the invitation of
Christians to Jewish dinners and social and civic programs. But I j beth torah. i64thst. and ne 11th
am positive that it is equally as important to exchange visits and en-1 t^'tz.nc^n,-or'VBen.zio'nl Ki>sche'ni
tertain one another, Christian and Jew. in our homes.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
r. |i.m. s.iiurdny s 'a
Sermon: "Salnlllv a Ma.-.; 11
Torah."
1 in.
I 'III
TEMPLE BtTH EL OF HOLLV.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform.
Rabbi Bamual Jafle.
.V '
1:. lluii n of the Wurld L'nlti I
'lav 11 a.m.
----
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland
Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Recon-
struction^. Rabbi Morris Skop.
Cantor Herman Gottlieb.
ii '.iv 8:13 p.m. Pulpit guest, in In
1 a-. 11-1. n, a lulu.1 and dltor of the
deconstruct Ion 1st Masaatno, \ 1.....
I topic will l- 'Win Reconstruct Ai.....
ir;ni Judaism?" Saturday 10:30 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative)
Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can.
tor Ernest Steiner.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasa
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronlsh will
narrate "What i~ Torah?" a cantata
Ii) ha i:i>. n.-toiii and Judith K. p
ICIaensteln. A Torah presented iiy
.Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Gordon will be
dedicated, Saturday 10:43 a.in.
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
[Friday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "The Decn-
Ioruc." Sai ii.i I. :." a in. Bar Mltx-
vah: Ronald, w.....f Mr. und Mi--.
I.an v A.....-"ii
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi l.-ving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
i .; in Saturday : a.m.
e
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th st.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Boi nstein.
I Vldn j ^:1 p.m. S rnii'ii
Italdv in 'I'll.- An-- \, i .-
e
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mo.-decai
Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Closing the
tap." Hucsl speaker: Sylvan liebow,
Hive director, National Pedi < -
lion Temple Rrotherh.....la.
<_J\now \Aour v^/fcr/^c
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
'
This /vgf is fri'farrd in
-i with r'le" Spiritual
/ of ilie Greater Miami
Rabbinical Assn.
Why is it customary in the syna-
gogue to have a period of study
conducted by the Rabbi or
some other scholarly person
between the Minchah and
Ma ariv prayer services?
The MUlChah service is the last
service <>t the day and the Sla'ari*
service i^ the evening service.
Jewish tradition (Shulchan Aruch
. ail-
h Chayyim, Magen Abraham
1:1) (Shaloh) feels that the day I
and the night that foUows it should Torah so hal tiny will likewise
be linked through the study ol make a bridge from nlghl to dn>
Torah or some special prayers, with Torah study.
-!u\_,itai \ amoini Some claim that the practice is Some expound that it is only
in drive to helo t Iraced to the practice of having through the study of Torah that
lories of the famed "ll> n<1" <>* ***** i)U^'{ "" the a man can posslbly see the l,'m!y
RAHIil MAX V 1 IPSI H1T2
i ordinatot
K MiHI SOI OMON SCHIFf
()ems .'j Wisdom
baum
Friday 5:43 and R:80 p.m. Kermon: '
"(ilvlnit is ili, BaMeiice i'f Life." 8at-
urda) S I.", a a: Bar Mitsvnh: Irwln,
,-..n ..I' Mr. ami Mis. Harold Ootleri
ii,,waul, son '-I Mr. ami Mrs. Irving
Fetnatone; Frank, non of Mi. ami Mr-.
I., si. i Siegel
e -----
CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER.
Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Mi-
ami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor
Gershon Levin.
i -la Kern >n "I' A
I i.il> I al i- m, All) all." salilnlay
i .1 -.- ,,li. .1 ill..11. S--II of
Mr. a ml Mr- IrvhtK Kri
e
DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGRE-
GATION. 1431 NW 183rd St. Con-
servative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Emaiuiel Mandel.
:'. |i in Si rm
.1. iina .a ol H l l< Bo) s> out
Week lion -1 (I Sal iriln) '" m
liar Mluvali VIi .. son of Mr. and
Mr* trthui Sti
e -
FLAGLER GRENADA. 50 NW 51st
pi. Conservative. Rabbi D.n id Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg,
lay 8:13 Thi Ti n
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
I rldaj V1-". p.m. i !u< -t api aki r, Mi ri-
del l-'isli.r. s., urn dli ector, J< I
Matlonal Fund "f America. His topic:
"Miami, I'.S.A., and larael." Queatf
ili I-, la..... .1. I'll, pn si.I. in .T. wish
National l......I Pi imi II of Greater
Miami, and i 'r / v w Koa in, -i eclal
envov for the .INF. Saturda) :43 -
Ku Milxvnli: riiail.s an.l All, n,
of Sir. .ml Mix. Bi rt la \>.
e-----
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy

.
II m Bar m.
Itaphn. >l Mr. and Mi- Ii v Ina
Si, in
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TEMPLE TITERETH JACOB Ml
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Klein.
mmandi in, llai Prida' 13 p.m. Satu day i i '
' i Sheldi i Mr. and Mi.
!' ml' VVel li. .
before the and cohesiveness between light
i< -- of the famed
V-lm-i in Cleveland de- ,i'b1'-' In l,u' sanctuary Dei
days show hread is re-land darkness. Prayer thus gives
us ihe faith and Torah gives US
fire ,,-; mouth with the P'cmous
I -tii lives of two stulents nioved ( Menachoth 99bI.
I lives oi two stii.unts. u|1,|l.|.sUm(llI1;, ,iKll n,gh| and
I here by Jewish lay others base It upon the conten- ;m(1 Ja|.kiu.,s e
bbimc_ leaders, with Mayor tl()11 ,lf the Palestinian a mud ^ ^ ,-,. ,. H .,
< nllins as honorary ehair- (Y'oma 1:1) which asserts that the
IT
Mter a conference at bis priests who were commanded to
' City Hall, Mayor Collins .,., Jays I nd nights in the
a proclamation declaring sanrtuary arranged It so thai one
onth as "Boston Telshe Y6- contingent spent the day and th"
Other siient the ni^ht; but thai the
ni
d
mi rning's
[ Emergency Fire Campaign
GEMS OF WISDOM
'':riiir icrnnsfd ynil.
n 41 once, for "thou
thy neighbor ai thyself."
' i mi :<;ii.'lv punish your
'dnd ^r having hurt the
I. M. EPSTEIN.
*
sweetest revenge is to for- I
I. I KI1DMAN.
* a *
',;' shall not seethe a ^id in]
other1! milk. bible.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
|- |da) la I1 "i I AH' Sal'l.a t Ii -
It, |. i in lllsl until.iis : I a -l
l'i. Nell I
----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Canto r Yeluidah
Heilbrann.

ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malivsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
i m.ni.
:
i
Why do some people take special a.m
care to study Torah at night? KNEseth ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
in Ihe Shulchan Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi field.
Cantor Abraham S-if.
for the good of the world.
This is found
i. in contingent arrived below the (Hach lOnch Chayyim, 238. where ,1:i ,,,,,lillM!..
LVconSngen" left and the next one i.|cautioned pay even more ? *,* .;..-;.-.,
morning's contingent arrived be- attention to make sue e Mud ed ,.............,.......
fore the nigbl contlngem left-so < '"^" Li i- 2? Tain h m.nvona.res" 3737 bw rd. Mod-
that the nisht and .lav a.-uld be contention found In the Talmud ern Tr--HIWB|.
I 1X ti th.. ,',1-.....nee of iErnbin65ai to the extent that the Kntunta) a,,,, nalb 8 a.m.
interlinked with the piesence 01 Dally a.m. KhiuhIh) 9 a.m
the priesti and that the transfer
from day to night would
place without Ihe attention
priest*.
night was created only for study.
mVl" Ilk,- From a practical Standpoint this OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.
nol MKC '"' r ,k. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
n of the would not be effective for those rian
who are occupied during the day.
so that they see to it that at least %THc^.Tv.CtfJ..TtR'.
6438 SW 8th
bbi Maurice
Since both the night ana aay f (he nj ht js spont study.: iri.in> s.is p.m. Berm..n: Th. Treaa-
were to be spent in the study of iron w*e i...\.." Baturday 10:S0 1 m.
the Torah. it became important to This would also encourage and
see that both their beginning and cause the scholars who study by-
end should be started and finish-1 day to teach the laymen at night,
ed with the Study of the Torah. The Kabbalists claim that a spec-
It is for this reason that some willlial angel patches over those who
rise before daybreak and study the study at night.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Morris Berger.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "What Ii
Brotherhood?^ Open forum rllacusaion
ai the One Bhabbat following mrv-
Icea. Baturday :< a.m. Bar UtUvah:
TFMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabhi Herschel Brooks. Cantor
Ben Zvi.
Prlda) "
! -ai ;.i Spi il Satui rln s S IS
ire V if C
ng<
TEMPLE ZlON. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
i- ni Si a -n Ti n W r '-
,.i- Ti n i i '. -. Shah
al la..-I. .1 b) i ii ted
Vuulh Uroup.
----
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Ki -.i.i s ;.i p.m. Hermon
SI-i.-i-Ik.ii.I "ill h.ist tha I i
Bhabbal Katun n | 9 a rn.
- ----
VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie
hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu

YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staober.
lii.ia\ .".:'." p.m. Saturda) :< a.m. Rer-
in.-n'-'Wiiai Makes > tSood Father-
in-l.a"'"
CANDUUGHTING TIM
21 Shebat 5:56 pan.
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Bclkin's achievement-; as
cational leader are his seh'^larl
attainments. He is a prolific vrit/
and a noted authority on ''
Continued from Page 1-C
Harvard and Brown. Significant-
ly, it is this combinationa tradi-
tional Jewish education together
with a liberal art* and science edu
cation of the highest quality
which Yeshiva University attempts
to provide for its students.
Dr. Belkin rise to prominence
in higher educat'on was under-
scored in 1957. when he was one
of six college presidents selected
by the U.S. State Department to
ell the Russian peoplv about the
purposes of American higher adu-
lation in "America."' the Russian-
anguage publication issued by the
I'.S. Inlornia!; :i Agenc> in the
soviet Union.
The son of Solomon and Uina
in, he was born in Swislici
md, on Dec 12. 1911. His
ather was his first teacher. He re-
ceived his Jewish education at the
Veshivas of Mir and Radin, and
was ordained a' the latter at the
age of 17.
When Belkin came to the United
States, in 1929. at the age of 18.
he could speak Polish" Yiddish and
Hebrewbut no English. Neverthe-
I !SS.X he was determined to con-
tinue his studies and. in 1934. alter
mastering the language, he enroll-
ed at Harvard. The next year, he
received an honorary fellowship to
Brown. He received his PhD at
Brown in 1935. and was elided to
Phi Beta Kappa.
In the fall of the same year, he
Education Bureau Helps Sponsor Seminars Here
Bureau of Jewish Education has
joined with four national and
local educational agencies during
the past two weeks in sponsoring
educational seminars, lectures,
and youth rallies, according to an
announcement by Joseph Cohen,
president.
Last week, the Bureau cooper-
ated with the United Synagogue
Airman Being
Assigned Here
Airman Third Class Arthur D
Faibiseh has been named honor
j.rjdaate of the United States Air
force technical training course
for administrative specialists 1 I
Amarillo afb. Tex.
Faibiseh son oi Mrs Bertha
Faibil 3 N Baj Rd.,
routi
ial con 1 tain
files and foil general
j raeti -
Ha is bi
\i'". Mr dutj in
specialty Thi 1 in
ervi ii Sepl
of America in a seminar for He-
brew teacher.- at Temple Kmaim
El
Dr. Walter Ackerman, new di-
rector of the Commission of
Education of the United Syna-
gogue, discussed "Research
Findings in Language Method
and Ideology." Louis Schwartz-
Insurance Exec
Named Director
George Bernstein, local repre-
sentative lor Protection Life Insur-
ance Co.. Birmingham. Ala., has
qualified as a director of the 196a
Protective Club and a member of
the IMS Life Club, the company's
two highest honor clubs. Qualifi-
cations are based on production
during 1962.
Bernstein placed first among a'1
agents of the company in over-all
production for the State of Florida.
This mark- the eighth year that he
has qaulified for the Protective
Club since joining the companv 111
1955.
A native of New York City. Bern-
Btein has been m the life insurance
profe.-.-ion for 1(1 years He is a
Certified Life Underwriter, and the
recipient of many awards
DP. WAITER ACKfRMAN
Valentine Dance Here 1
Westbrooke Country Club was to'
hold its second annual Valentine
dance Thursday evening. Feb.
14. in the Grand Ballroom. Din-
rer was to be served at 8 p.m.
Hebrew Teachers
Hold Program
Hebrew Teachers Association of
Greater Miami held a regular
monthly meeting last week at the
home ol" Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Fein-
siein. 8850 Byron Avc.
Guest speakers were Mo-he Z.
Deutach and Lt. Col. David Arnon,
ol the Israel Army
An ordained rabbi and a grad-
uate of universities in his na-
tive Czechoslovakia, Deitsch
has been teaching in high schools
in Israel since 1949. He spoke
or. "Agnon and Burlatheir
Place in Modern Hebrew Liter-
ature."
Lt Col Arnon is a fifth gen-
eration sabra and a \eteran of*
the Sinai campaign. He attended
schools in France and the U.S..1
and holds a law degree. His topic
was 'Can Israel Defend Itself in
< ase ol War and Who are Her Al-
lies?"
President of the Association.
Louis Gadon. welcomed and intro-
duced the guest speaker-, ami
Joshua Z. Stadlan conducted the
cultural portion of the program.
man, executive director of the
Bureau, acted as consultant.
On Saturday. 8 p.m.. the Bureau
joined with the Jewish National
Fund in a Tu B'Shevat celebration
and lecture for Hebrew teachers
at Temple Emanu-El's branch at
77th St. and Dickens Avc. Dr.
Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau consult-
ant, acted as chairman.
The Bureau will again join With
the Jewish National Fund in a
youth rally to be held on Sunday.
Feb. 17. 10:30 a.m.. at Beth Torah,
Congregation, Awards will be dis-
tributed to the following seven
schools for their contributions to
the Jewish National Tree Fund:
Beth David Congregation, Temple
Emanu-El. Beth Torah Congrega-
Temple Menorah. Temple
Zion, Flaglei Granada Jewish Cen-
tei and Temple Beth Sholoni.
The program includes si nj by
the Junior choir ol Beth Torah
( 1 ation, professional enter-
tainment an i an address by Dr.
/ li the Jewish National
I und.
Last Sunday, the Bureau of
Jewish Education joined with
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration in sponsoring the annual
school Combined Jewish Appeal
Rally at Beth David Congrega-
tion. The guest speaker was
Marshall Harris, winner of this
year's Federation Young Leader-
ship Award.
Asako Tomito. local Japanese
singer, presented a program of
Hebrew songs. The delegates of
all Jewish schools then broke
up into four buzz sessions: on
overseas agencies, national agen-
cies, local agencies, and Keren
Ami organization.
Also on Sunday, at 12:30 p.m.,
the Bureau co-sponsored a sem-
' inar meeting for teachers of Re-
form congregations at Temple I-
rael. Dr. Eugene Mihaly. of the
Hebrew Union College, discussed
-The F.xcitting World of the Mid-
1 rash.""
was appointed an instructor in
Greek at Yeshiva College, the
men's undergraduate college of.
liberal arts and sciences of Ye-
shiva University. The next year,
he also became an instructor in
Talmud at the university's Rab-
bi Isaac Elchanan Theological
Seminary. Continuing his rise
through the academic ranks, he
was named secretary of the
rewly-organiied Graduate School
(now the Bernard Revel Gradu-
ate School), in 1937.
In 1939, he was appointed a
member oi the executive commit-
tee ol Veshiva College winch, be-
cause ol a vacancy in the dean
-hip. was exercising the policy-
making functions of the school He
was named a full professor In 1!40.
With the death that year ol Dr.
Bernard Revel, the founder and
first president of Yeshiva College
and head of the Rabbi Isaac Kith
anan Theological Seminary. Dr.
Belkin was named Dean of the
Seminary and a member of the
seven-man executive board which
exercised presidential functions
pending the election of a successor
On May 25. 1943. Dr. Belkin.
not yet 32 years old. was elected
president. Immediately, he began
a broad academic and physical i x
pansion program. The first major
result of this program was the
granting of university status to Ye
shiva in 1945 bj the state Board
I Regents
Since then, the University's
irowth has continued al an ever-
increasing pace
law and Hellenistic literati:-.
wish
He is the author of "Phi 5 )nd
Oral Law"-(Vol." Xt of the nar.
vard Semitic Series), "EssilS ,
Traditional Jewish Thought-
(Philosophical Library, 1956 Jntj
"In His Image" (Abelard j-hu
man, 1961).
He has contributed to
i. ar n e d publication-, ii
journal of Biblical I -:t.
Jewish Quarterly Review
pardes," "Talpioth." "Horel
;Sura." and served as a>
editor of Rabbinics for tl
versal Jewish Encyclopedi
ann
He has won wide accla. (or
his papers and monograph- Dr.
Belkin has been accorded
ous honors and tributes bi has
been singled out on mar.;, ces-
sions by groups represent! all
denominations for his outstanding
contributions to American L lnQ|P '
June. 1959. on the occasion of hiv
15th anniversary as presid I ,,|
Yeshiva University, he recei
honorary degree from hi- u
mater. Brown University.
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iandidates Qualify for 12 New Legislative Seats
: continued to qualify early this week for Dade County's crucial
seats in the House and one new seat in the Senate. The first County
.. tor Feb. 26. Deadline for qualifying was s*t >at. Friday
Undo: the 43-senator. 112-House reapportionment approved by
last week, Dade will have two senators and 14
.,. federal Court last week, Dade will have two senators and
LprefteitUtivei all told. The following is a rundown on some of the
[ running for office. (For others, sec Sec. A.i
Bernard Berman
i\ ,. Miami Beach Councilman
y Berman, 40. has qualified
candidate in Group 10 for the
luse -'i Representatives seat in
-,. te i egislature.
Dubbin in 1<54 was elected Dem-
ocratic chairman from Precinct 60-
problems facing Dade
is better education for
our young people. It is shocking
that Florida ranks 44th in salaries
paid to its primary and secondary
schoolteachers," he said. "1 sup-
port an increase in teachers sal-
aries financed, in part, by abolition
of the so-called merit system."
The candidate. 32, is a graduate
that will be filled Feb. 26. This
will be his third political venture.
LebowitZ has served as attorney
in the race to fill the 11 seats in [?r DSa^l flS f ^
( ountv He served as attornv for
the House of Representatives.
Blair has been a resident
Dade County for 14 years, and has
been in business in this area since
1949.
the legal aid committee of the Mi-
of ami Beach Bar Assn. for five years.
Lebowitz was presented with the
"Man of the Year" award by the
Senior Citizen organization here.
C in Dade County and served for of the University of Florida and
four years. He also was group its Law School. An honor student.
Dubbin graduated from the Uni-
versity of Florida after attending
chairman of District 7 of the local
Democratic committee, and served
on the executive board. In 1956.
aduate Of Purdue University I he served as campaign chairman
oho Marshall Law School, for the Democratic
(,.... he has been a Dade resi- tion in Dade County.
i for ll years.
r,< candidate and his wife.
en are memberi of Beth Torah
'''' side Elementary and Shenandoah
retired Air Force Reserve Ma- Junior High School.
thi ecipient of military
rith a long combat record, Joseph Kaplan
i ;u i isodated with the
Y Democrats. North Miami attorney Joseph Kaplan,
.tic Club. Jewish of 112 K First Ct Hibiscus Is-
Skelly-McLcod Post 'and. has announced his candidacy
n. Masonic Order for the State Legislature in Group
He is co-director l- Kaplan, whose supporters say
he is an expert on workmen's com-
pensation and unemployment mat-
ters, stated:
"As an attorney who represent!
many of our local trade union-. |
am extremely interested in pro-
moting vigorous efforts on the part
of the legislature to bring new in-
D Legion, and a former dustries to our slate and thus bring
assistant attorney general ,0 an end what has become an
51 ot Florida. alarming rate of unemployment
among our Florida citizens
he worked his way through college
and was president of Blue Key.
honorary leadership fraternity.
He served as an Air Force photo
general clcc- intelligence officer in Korea.
Pettigrew is presidentelect of
the Young Democratic Clubs of
Florida and .served as president of
In 1960. be was nominated for
Dade County's "Outstanding Citi-
zen Award." He was one of the
founders and served as first vict
president of the Miami Beach
Young Democratic Club, and has
served as president of the Biscayne
Democratic Club, the South Shore
Citizen's organization, the Men's
Walter I.cbowitz. of 3784 Sheri- Club of Kneseth Israel Congrega-
dan Ave., Miami Beach attorney, tion, the Senior Citizen's organiza-
announced that he will run for tion. and is a past governor of the
one of the new legislative seats Miami Beach Moose Lodge.
Blair. who is 45, will devote his
efforts "to bettering the education-
al facilities in Florida and Dade
County" and "to holding down
taxes now burdening the low and
middle income groups.'"
Walter Lebowitz
for North Miami
irector of Tri County
League, and a mom-
s Civil Defense Conn
.t of the law firm
li. Rubin and Berman. a
advocate of the
Murray Dubbin
ive Miamian, Murrav H.
Of 6<>15 SW 64th PL, has
red his candidacy for the
[Legislature in Group 6.
ttorne\ in the
Dubbin, Schiff,
I
Mianu Senior High School, River-1 the Dade County Club during the
1960 Presidential campaign. He is
an officer and director of the Jun-
ior Bar Section ol the Dade County-
Bar Assn.. and was Legal Section
coordinator for the United Fund.
Howard Miller
Howard N. Miller, of 25 So Pros-
pect Dr. Coral Gables, Certified
Public Account;,nt, and president
>f the Dade Chapter of the Florida
Institute of CPA's. is making his
first try as a candidate for a seat
in the State Legislature.
For the second year in a row.
Miller is serving as chairman of
:he Accountants Division of Com
bined Jewish Appeal. He is active
in several other charitable groups.
and serves as a member of the
executive committee of the Na-
tional Foundation of Dade County.
Miller was graduated from the
University ol Miami with a BA de-
gree in 1950. He was certified a
CPA in 1953 and attained an LLB
degree in 1957 from the University
of Miami.
Samuel Blair
He further believes "an area of
one million people such as we have
here in Dade County needs a man
in the legislature who is familiar
with the enormous problems and
costs to cur economy as a result of
ber ..: a pioneer South Ftor- Inadequate industrial "safety pre-
ily. Dubbin 33. is a prac- cautions. Wo havc many accidents
counsel to the Dade
legislative delegation at
I--'- ling last Novem
} Dubbin examined
more than 20 bills
he also served as a
assistant attorney general
v ney General Richard
.Iiami law that cause serious injurjes and in
Berman many instances result in great hu-
| man suffering and cost us millions
in lost revenues and man hours."
i
Richard Pettigrew
Richard A Pettigrew, of 7601
SW 104th St., has announced that
he is a candidate for State Repre-
sentative in Group 8.
Pettigrew stated that "one of the
Samuel Blair. of 524 Valencia
Ave., Coral Gables, a candidate in
the primary of last April, has add-
ed his name to the list of hopefuls
Kenneth Myers, member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Speakers Bureau, describes his trip to Israel as a member
of the United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission for
members of the South Florida Council of AZA and BBG, arms
of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Standing (left to right;
are Bill Elfenbein, South Florida Council vice president;
Denis Trupkin, treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mcrrcia
Moisky, Council social chairman; Elliot Fledell, Council pres-
ident; and Diane Fass, secretary.
)el Supreme Court Denies
)tion for New Kastner Trial
**&!?ter
t*
SALEM (JTA) Su-|
tour. President Yitzhak Ol-
|missed this week a peti-
a retrial of the Kastner-
kld case, in with Malkiel
bid. a Hungarian i m mi-
las found guilty of libel-
kel Kastner, a wartime
I" Jewish leader, by call-
la Nazi collaborator.
VaU! had at first been giv-
['ii fine by the Jerusalem
Court, which described
Gruenwald's attorney, Justice
Olthan accepted the recommen-
dation of the Attorney General
that the claim of new evidence
uncovered during the trial of
Adolf Eichmann in 1961 was not
valid.
****** m
Mr Tamir had asked for a new
trial on the basis of a transcript
of an interview given by Eich-
mann to a Dutch journalist some
years before he was captured in
"who"had"soki Argentina, which, Mr. Tamir said,
o the devil The Israel Proved that Kastner helped to
Court, however, in nil- ,0 send of Hungarian Jews

*na

?pe.il of the case in 1958.
to their doom in consideration for
Castoer's motives in his Permission to send a few hundred
vith the Nazis and gave'Jcws: 'ntll,din8 Kastncr's own
a one-year suspended
nee. Kastner was assass-
|ar bis home in Tel Aviv
1857.
cling the petition for a
by Shmuel Tamir,
relatives, to Palestine.
Justice Olshan held that it would
be a miscarriage of justice to re-
open the trial on the basis of a
questionable interview without
the possibility of examining Kast-
ner and Eichmann.
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Friday, February i;

Another View of India's Enigmatic Premier
By HARRY SIMONHOFF
On t about the 11th annr-
sary of Medrnat Israel the pr r.
inent Indian newspaper "The
Hiri';
I--
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the d mm."
Tha
bj the important Sew Delhi
weekly. The New D- alei
which called emphatically for
the hmeat of diplomatic
relations between In:ia and Is-
rael The Jewish state had ac
tually humiliated itself in efXorti
to gain Indian good will togeth-
er v.ith the exchange of envoy
Nehru's reply that his vast coun-
try cannot afford the expense of
a consulate in Israel is not only
false, it is insulting.
At a recent dinner tendered him
by the Press Club of India, Neh-
ru was asked whether it was true
that he promised, according to
some reports, to recognire Is-
rael. The PliBM Minister re-
plied, "We recognized Isreal long
ago, but have not followed up
this recognitotn by exchanges of
diplomatic missions chiefly be-
cause we could play a better role
in easing conflicts between Mid-
dle Eastern countries and Is-
rael That wiley diplomat evi-
dently forgot his former excuse
that India could not afford the
expense of a diplomatic minis-
try in Israel.
Forgetting Himself
It can be argued that Nehru s
attitude toward* I-ra*l is dictat-
ed by hi-, fear of antagonizing
the Moslems at home. His anx-
iety is further exacerbated by
th- hostility of Moslem Pakistan
which tore itself loose from In-
dia. Finally, he hopes to molli-
fy and attract to his orbit those
millions of Mohammedans who
go by the name of Arabs through-
out the Near East. But if Nehru
follows a purely pro-Arab pol-
icy, then the question arises,
why did he recognize the State
of Israel at all? Here inconsist-
ency becomes apparent If he
iced Israel as a sovereign
ttate, then why withhold the ex-
change of envoys from a fellow
member of the United Nations?
As a student of hi- country-
long and toruous history, he no
doubt feels nervous about the
Moslems, who in the past thou-
Attend
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HI 8-4994
MIME MIWSTltt NIHKU
. statesman's dtclint
land years have conquered India
several times and treated its
Hindus with all the cruelty that
religious fanaticism can justify.
Offensive Attitude
If India, in her weakness,
finds it necessary to pursue a
pro-Arab policy it is her affair.
But does friendship for Arabs
necessitate enmity towards Is-
rael? Any number of states in
Europe, Africa. Asia, or in the
Western Hemisphere have treat-
ies or diplomatic ties with Arab
lands. Yet they also are on
amicable terms with Israel. But
India maintains an attitude to-
wards Israel that is not only un-
worthy but offensive.
Nehru utilizes any reason,
even the most absurd, to justify
his stand What would be ridic
ulous in any other context be-
comes "haute politic" when
championing the Arab cause
against Israel. Time and again,
he urged the people of the
West to accept the -political
facts of life" in dealing with
Communism. But at no time did
he ever hint to the Arabs that
the State of Israel is a "fait ac-
compli."' a political fact.
After India attained independ-
ence Nehru was regarded as one
of the worlds foremost states-
men. Virtually everyone conced-
ed his political shrewdness. And
what is more important, he stood
on a high pedestal, a monument-
al figure of equity and integrity
upon whose shoulders rested the
mantle of Mahatma Gandhi.
Gradually, these golden opin-
ions underwent revision The
first disillusion came with Neh-
ru's refusal to allow the eeople
of Kashmir to vote their prefer-
taeei for India or Pakistan. In
,1956 came his sug condemna-
tion o: the I.-raeli-Bntish-French
intervention in Egypt, while dur-
ing the same time, he had only
i approval for the
Soviet lynching of Hungary Lat-
er, the free world was shocked
ilisl : pea*

which h
D ruled
Acid Test
A Machiavellian politician may
also be a -our. a." w
'. hrtl a long-range
mar. with insight and vis-
ion or is he a time-serving
executive intent only m meeting
contingencies as they arise? Of
-. even, ruler must fir-t
solve immediate problems that
are pressing. But the acid test
of the statesman is revealed in
his long-range policies towards
i--ues that must be met sooner
or later.
When Nehru came to power,
the world was divided between
the democratic free enterprise
nations and monolithic, totalitar-
ian communism. It was taken
for granted that peaceful, free-
dom-loving India would line up
with the free world. Instead,
Nehru chose a neutral position.'
His colleagues were Tito. Nasser
and other dictators. In the UN
Assembly. Sen. Knowland. of
California, asked Krishna Menon
whether he was the floor leader
of the Communists. It became
quite obvious that neutrality
meant pro-Communism
The insecure position of India
in the perilous world of jets,
missiles and rivalry to control in-
I III Stellar space might be reason
enough for a cautious policy. It
seems that India at no time was
immune from conquest by ag-
gressive neighbors. Millenia ago
this sub-continent was invaded
by Asiatic barbarians, called
Ayrans for want of a better name.
It was in turn subdued by Mos-
lems, Mongols. Huns and Per-
sian Moghuls. The Portuguese,
the Dutch and the French domi-
nated large sections of India from
Vasco de Gama's discovery until
the British subjugation, which
lasted to our own day.
Wanting in Morality
It is an open secret that Russia
or Red China can take over In-
dia whenever they choose There-
fore. Nehru feared to join any
western bloc, even SEATO. He
evidently decided that safety-
could be be a.ured by putting
h.- head in the lion's mouth.
The consequence of such naivete
is apparent today Th- only rea-
son for the Red Dragon not to
consume his prey ii that the
morsel is too large to be digest
ed a', th.- time.
India b tern **
invaStoo of R<
population outnu:;
;'
moral .
who outnumber I I 25 I
The moral
of Nehru .
In both he is found
wan:.
Decent people every*'0*
Metro. Bank
Advances Two
Two advancements have been
announced by Metropolitan Bank
of Miami.
Guy M. Vroman has been named
assistant cashier, following a num-
ber of years with this and other
local banking institutions. Vro-
man will concern himself w ith the
commercial loan department.
Leo L. Wallberg. also named an
asistant cashier, functioning in
the auditing department, has been
associated with the Metropolitan
Bank since early 1958.
Heart Specialist is Speaker
Dr. Harry Rosenfield of the
Assn.. discussed "What You
Should Know About Heart Dis-
ease" at the Workmen's Circle
St. The lecture was held Tues-
day evening
Blood Bank Drive
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Am will have its Blood Bank drive
on Sunday at 10 a.m.
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Ace;. February 15, 1963
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Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
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-.i county judges court
Znd for oade county,
t ORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 58277-A
liv 1 Istllte of .
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OTICE TO CREDITORS
. tiiini unil All Persons Ha\
I >. in.....I.- Again*! Bald
I,,.,-. l.v notified and
. -, nl an) oliilmK and ir-
.i, mo mns have naa lust
i kssii: ELK IN i
. ,,, I .. .|, I'.,iml v I lot 1,1;,.
,,, Judge* nf I ";i< 1 ',11111
. ;|i,- ...nil.- ill llllplll it* hMI
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in tli.ii offices In tin- '.....i-
.1 intle Count) K lot
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in si piil.ii,-.ill,.ii li.r< -
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Mini Florida, thin Mini
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VERY Zl KERNlCh
\- Kxecutor
iriim ..i this notice on
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BY HENRY LEONARD

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NOTICE UNDER
r ;titious NAME LAW
K is HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl
[lied, desiring i" engagi
-- ..lnl.r tIn- fictitious ll.ini.
i.aii: acts, nt lTio Merld-
Miami Beach, Florida,
register said name with
iii.- Circuit ('..mi ..!
Florida
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tULDERT BENS
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ir Mnntctalf Apta.
Building. Miami. Pin
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"You may be 'Blue Boy' to the rest of the world,
but to me you'll always be 'My Little Hymie'."
Copr. 1962, Do>enj Production!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'irii i: iw hereby given
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undt>r*igned, iluslrtnst to engage In
the iiml. v.-!gm .1. desiring to engace in 1,"-m.-- under Hi. fictitious name ol
l.usiti. -ss under ill.- 1 i, items n.mi. of I Topps I >i.-.....in Centers ,.i 1327 and
si'N stati: l'\i.\"r .<: BOHY sis..I' OS mfsliington""AVen'ffe, 'Miami
In |i:,ii.- County, li.. i.in Intend to Heach Intend* to register Mild nan
'. -i-i- 1 -.ii.1 11.111:. with the Clerk ol with the Clerk .,1 u., Circuit Court
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
r.CTIT.OUS NAME LAW
\. :: is HEREBY OIVEN that
1 ne fictitious name >
IIBACH AITS. MOTEL h.islne.s tin.l.-t |be flctltlou.
t ojllll* A\.-.. Miami I..mil |-:|.|.v v.N*l> COMPANY ,t
register said name .,|-, N K !_.-.,,, street ,n Ih
LEGM. NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREUY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
until.- ,.t*
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File AA-20939
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
lumhet Nathaniel W, Blegel holder of County
Cltj ol Tux Kale Certificate N
the Circuit <'.....1 ..t 1 i.i.i.- Count
Florida.
,I( IHN MIT \K'
DANIEL MII.I.Ki:
JAMES 1 ri'Z.slMMi i.\s
I'nft n.-i -
MARX F.VBER
Att.-iI.. > for Canhi r*
:' i-n-i :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN 1l1.1t
theundt rslancd, desiring to enienai In
I lade 1'. .11111 -. II. 1 1.1.1
Tl 11'I'S 111SI 1.1' .\ T CENTERS
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l\t IVNEII & M \ NN lll-:i.MKit
Atl......>> for To|i| I ii.-, -iiu'
1 'entei s-W iishlngton, Inc.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni H'li'l-: Is' IIEHEIfY tilVEN th 1
hi iiidersimu d, liitu I i-t
1, in, -- until r 1 Ii. li'-ti: ;- mim-
lUH.I.II'AY INN HAIRSTYLISTS ll
l.:'..i South I 'i\i> 11 1 hwn), 1'
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business mi.l.-i ih. rictlllouH 1..in. ill -i.l mini.' > lilt tli. Clerk ol the Cir
KA.M MON ItEST.WRANT at num. cult Court ol Ditili Count). I lo i.-. .
ber "318 Coll In* Avenue in Hi.- Cltj
ol Miami lleiich, hlorlila Intend t.-
r.uiM.r the -; i.l name with the Clerk
of Hi.- Circuit Court of hade County.
Klorldii.
Dated nt Miami, rlorldn, tlii.- 2Srd
da) ..1 .liiiiimiv. I!>en
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CHAN TAK VI'M
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At tin m ) for Aniilicanl
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JERRY LINDEN II \ I KS'I 'Vl.lS IS
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''*"' "," l":l" '"'" "r Mtaml. Plorldn Intend* ... i-.-k,-..,-" th. the JUl dn) of May, A.D. IH57, ha*
J/'JTA%, id name with the Clerk of Hi.- Clr- filed name Ir. my office, and hat made
I.,, ,,. liv,,.. !'"." Court .,f Dade County, Elnrldn. application for a tax deed t.. be i-
DAVIH Hill.-
I'EARI. I- SCHECHTEH
HARRIET CHL'SEl)
1 h\ tier*
I'ST KIN'
1 Applicant*
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Dated it Miini Florida, tli tli -n.-il Ihcr
da) of l-'t 1.1 inn v. I1" I
NORMAN C. EDDY.
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II \l:l:V \i ROSS
Attni ney for Applicant
: K-li-22, :: 1
NOTICE UNDER
- CTITiOUS NAME LAW
I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I*. li-i:i;.l.\ GIVEN that th.. und.n.lKneil. denirlng to en;iKe ir
1. signed. ile*iiing to enRiise ......iHine** under the flctltlou*
inder the fi.titi
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s.ii.i Certificate 1 m-
brace* the followinn described prop-
erty in the County ..f Dade, stale of
I lorida, to-wlt:
Lot : lllock 126, Hlaleah 17th Add
Plat Book '.N! Itige I, in the '.uni-
ty of Mini., stui. of Elorlda.
'rii. :,-.-. -nii-nt ol said property un-
der the Haiti certificate wan in the
name of: Jo*, E. Nyce,
I'nleNH .-.iiii certificate shall be re-
deemed according t" law, the propi rt)
iU*>i-fii.. .t herein \\ill be sold t.. ih
-iKnen. ie* rinir 10 enmise 11. Iiu*lne** under the flctltlou* name of ,,,..,:,.n ,., "V,. ill 1"-. .1.11,'.
let he fi. tiiii.us name* .-t JONES M MIKI'T it IttT N vv sili Li -"',1 '" "'
^4.^nVn*1SAveTn.!eK $&&&?& Wl^^ Ma 0{ Jft^- ,? *h.,Ch & "" ,l" *
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I tour! ol Dnde Count). Attorney* foi Kpplicanl K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Act! of 1941
File AA.20945
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that
s.-il Alfterlli and A Punculdo holder nf
Clt) i.t" Miiiini f.b 11 s.,l, 1 ,-: tlflcate
N .. .'11". i.-.-n, .1 Hi, tit I, da) ,,1 June,
A.D. I9i>. ha* filed name In 11 ( ..111. -
an.1 li..s ma 1.- application for h tax
il. .1 to he i-.1u.1l thereon. Bald Cer-
tlficnte emliruce* the follow InK des-
cribed propert) in the Count\ of Dade,
stu.....1" Florida, t..- II
l...t 1 lllock 1
Ru) Hard) Bubillvl*lon
I'la I 1 :....i, ; l>|fi 11
in th.- city of Miami, Count) of
I lade, st;it.- ..I Klorldn.
The u**e*aiiient of >:,iii propert) un-
der the -.ii.l reitlflcate wa* in the
n..ni. of: I'nkiiown,
I'nle** Ktild certificate *hall be re-
deemed iii.-i.1 iliim to law, the pro|iert)
il.-.i rii..-.1 herein "ill be >.-1<1 to ihi
hlehe*| I.ill.I. t- :.; tin- Court ll"ili-i-
il..... "ii tin- firm Monday in the month
Miin-h, I SKI, which is the 4ih da)
,.t March, IS63. \ b,
Bat til 1 lii- 29th day of January. LEAH OREENBERG,
I-:. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
1 .; Court, 1'inli- County, Eiorida
taeull IS) i: M, LEEI'ER,
iH-put) Clerk
L' I-s-I".-"_'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR HADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 953
GI'ILLERMd HERN AN lln.NILLA,
IMalntlff,
V -
In IR \ EI.VIA in-Nil.I. \.
I left tula HI
NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON
Tl I IRA ELVIA Ul iNII.I.A
Calle r.l -A. N,- |.. -
ItoKotu, 1 'alum
Yi 'I' ARE HEREBY notlfli .1 th I
idalnl for I il\it ce has bei '1
.iL.ini-t you, .in,1 you iiri hereby r-.-
quired I,. .-.-1 .. :, cop) ... 1 nui An
bum to the Complaint mi the ilaln
tin** attorne), LESTER RtMIERS,
whose uddre** I* :''.'l N.W. nth Street
Miami, l-'i.....hi, ami file the orialnui
..f your Ansiv.-r In the offlci the
Cli rk of th. Eli .. nth Judicial Circuit
In nud I , "i before the lllll clay ..f March, .....
n default ..1 I11.I1 the 1 '-.'11
be t tken a* confi -.-.-.I i>\ you
I i:ii.-il tin .tli da) "i Januur). I
E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
'Ircitll 1 ..in t, 1 ile 1 '.inn ,. (."lor
-..ill K) 1: K GRI'lti:,
Deplit) Clerk
2
IN THE CIRCUI r COURT OF THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 62C 13702 Judge Joe Eaton
HARRY GREENBLRi;,
I'lnintlff,
-!.\|.|\ METRICK
,\ ERlKli, i:.-.|s.
mi Met rick
ltd Ul im Bi ii Ii, Pin
' K,2 1-s-lS
- COUNTY JUDCiF'S COURT
.D FOR DADE COUNTY.
r-0RIDA IN PROBATE.
No ~S$:3-A
. licCii I.I'M
-E TO CREDITORS
11 l \m i'. r*om Hav-
0" Alns'e) Itulini 11
Ml:imi .'-, Klol ul.1
21 l-S-1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 58233-A
IN RE Ealnti ol
UETTB BET \NCOCRT
Deei .is.,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Circuit Court, Bade County, hlorlda
1-1.. 1 lly: 1: M. LEEI'ER,
Deput) Clerk
: i-s-L.-ss
! I '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File AA-20?32
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
v liei Martin holder of City ol Hla-
lo All ivditirs and All I'erw.m llav- :..,i, Tax sale Certificate No Ilia
' aim* -.i Demand* Attains! SaldUUr,| ,1,,. :.,(, ,|a} ,.,- .\|.,, \|, ,,.,
r.*tate has filed sauie in in) office, and has
"" her.li) notified and v.- made appllcati........ .1 tax deed I
i'"1"1 '" present an) claims and Ue- | ,s-u.,i tt-......,. Bald Certificate em-
Vxalnst Said mand which you ma) havi an* 11*1 ..,,,,., n,,
the -i.it- of RK '' PE BETANCI 'I RT
hi-reli) notified and re- rcenm-d late ol Dnde County, rlorldn,
nd to the County .ludKc* of iHide -1 *-
hiui against ly. and ii'. Ihi -....... In their
.t 1 I..VIEl! MeCiil.l.l \l in lit-- Count) Courthouse In Dude
Dade County, Elor- County, Klorida, within -i\ calendar
. nunt) .Indues of Ihidi month* from ihi date iln fkr*
:..| file the -.mi.- n duplicate publication heref, or the *ame will
r tided In SiK'tioll 7: i... be Imn-.-il.
- .in.-, in their offictf* in ERAXCES Bl.t'MOARTEN
Courthouse In Dade Conn- Administratrix
la. within nix calendar month* BERNSTEIN .v MILLER
...... tin firm publication Attorne) for Administratrix
tin sum. will I.. Iinrn.l. 1 II 1 Ci.iiL-t. ." BuiidlnK
til Miami, l-lorida, ihi- 2:lrd Miami, Florida
ry, a|i. IMS. I__________________________I 2--, : '
- Tl "LI N in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 63C 754
JOSEJ. ECIIEVARRIA OIBI'ERT,
i'lnintlff,
MYRTA \l PEREZ ECHEVARRIA,
11. 1.ml:,nt.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO: Mrrta M Perex Echevarrln
1 IBR M'i \ Ni 1 '',
HAVANA. CUBA
TOE. MYRTA M. PEREZ BCHfi.
VARRIA, Obrupla No. .".',, Havana,
Cuba, are retiuired 10 file yout an-
MWer to the Complaint for Divorce,
ell) in tli
l-'l
following .i. s.t'iiii .1 prop
1 'until.'. ,-! I .eli-. Slit
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 63C 961
ll ISEI'HINR MONTI,
Plaintiff,
\ B.
A XI' I It i.NY A Ml 'Nil.
1 1. ndhnt.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
in ANTHONY A. MONTI
L'T:' Van Drum Streel
n v
Yo 1, vNTHi iNY A Ml IN II
il 1 ha I .1 1 till ol C..111-
plaint foi 1 livtirce Ii 1* lie, n
.!-.:. 11 -I > i It, .ilnl you :i Iri'll lo
seri :i 1 ; \ .-I '..... An-v r I'leud-
n_ 1.. ti..- mil ..1 Complainl on the
Befeiidiiut.
NOTICE TO DEFEND
l'i 1. LEAH GREEN IIEIIG
.- .. I., sii. hi. I.l
1136 Brintell Btn el
I 'ii' sburgh, 1 vnn-v l\n ni:,
Yi .I'. LEAH HREENIIERi; nre
iifi,-.l that 1 complaint for divor,.i .-
been filed attains! you, i*jid you are
retiuired In \. .1 cop) <-i > our an -
swer on the plaintiff* attvri
DANIEL NEAI. HELLER, S10 A
le) Btilldlnir, Ml ml .".:'. Klorida, .'in.l
file ilu- orlaluai nn*wer in the Cli
..1 the i'm. tit 1 'ottrt's 1 mi, n
1 ih, -ih da) ..I l-'il.i ttar). I
It >ou fall .1 ho, 'udKiiteni b)
fault a ill l inki n tiKalnsI > ou
I 'tiled tlii- 22nil 'I I of .1 11 ..

i: l: LEATHERM \N
Cli if the C 11 nt
(weal) By: C I' Col'EI.A>
I'.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T O?
11.inie of .1. VV. Reed
I'nle** Bald certificate shall b>- i*,--
.!.. in, .1 according t.. law, the propert)
il.-si-riin-.i herein will be Bold t< tin
hutheHi biiiii. r at the Court H..11.-
Tlil* notice sli.ill be pulill*heil once
.-:ii-li week for four consecutive Week*
in THE JEWISH l-'l.1 'KM '11 VN
I'l'Ni: AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 25th da) of January,
on

I.in. ... 1 Rd II
Miami r- hi li. l-'l..
A Executor
of tin- notii
.t 1. in ilu>. issa
I. 'IW IN
foi Estate
. Rd. Itlda., M B Fta.
: i-N-i'.-'.".
,. door on the first Monday In the month r'i. ,".,",- "
e1' :'!: Vlnreh li'cS3, """" '"" "" ""* ,:- LEATHERMAN. Clerk.
t f! .Man n. i,i... niM,.d i*.,.i.d 1, ,t.. ..,.,., i.-i. ..;
Dated this SBth da) of Jan.,:,,). ^Jrcuit Court. Bad^. County. Florida
Bepiit) Clerk
MAC MERMEI.L
ISOO s W. Third Avenue
Miami :ii:. Florida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
2 l-S-l.1-22
NOTICE UNDER
- CTITIOUS NAME LAW
K IS HEREBY ISIVEN that
ler*lKned, ,l.-ii itm to envnire
-- mi.1. 1 the flctltlou* mime
- ii Mi ire \i'Ts in number
ins Avenue in the Clt) "i
Beach, Florida, Intend t"
the s.ii.i name with ihc
' tin i'i'- nt Court of Dnde
ii Ida.
- A LAN c. BENS
GILBERT BENS
- IRVV IN BAKER
fiN'iVITZ. SILVER A si 111:1:
(- '..' Building. Miami, l-'la.
1 S3, : l-S-18
1
TMB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ino FOR DADE COUNTY,
Florida, in probate.
No. 58445-A
Li Esmteof
FREDA V. 7.1i:i:i,i:i:
'- -.....I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lit..is and All Persona llav-
"s or Demands Agalnat Bald
re hereby notified and re-
1 :.. present any claim* and de-
inis which you may have againHt
' of EREDA V. ZIEOLER
'' Lite of Dade County, FL.r-
, to the Bounty Judges of I'a.i.
>nty, ami fii,. the name in duptl-
ua provided in Beet ion TS3.IH,
statutes, in their offices in
nt) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
1 da, within sixcalendai month*
'" th. um ,,, ,,. ,|rst publication
the -am.- will be barred,
' it Miami, Florida, this im
liruary, A.D. 1961
'kill I'll \ \ i.CI.ZKE
LBtlN \ EPSTEIN
a- Ext cutora
'N A. EPSTEIN
, for Esl iti
n Rd Miami Bench, Ha,
! B-15-22, 3 1
with the Clerk ..t the above Court,
ami -. 1,.- a cop) thereof upon Gino H
Negrettl, Attorne)-, I0-1I Congress
Building, Miami. Florida, on or bef.....
the 25th day : l ebruary, IMS, or
els,- complaint will be taken as con-
fessed.
Dated January -"-'. IMS.
1: B. LEATHERM VN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
(seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN.
1i.-i.iii> Clerk
1 :-.. S i--ir.
lUslnesB iin.ler the fmlitous name of ; of Miir,.h {c>x which is the 4t.li day
IARTONS HONBONNIERE at HI of March, lt.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
buslnes
I..
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Fla.,
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
MORRIS MII.SToNK
Hole 1 n.-r
LEON A. EPSTEIN
Attorne) for Applicant
1/85, 8/1-8-lfi
1:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of
Circuit 1.-mi. Dade County, Klorida
(seal 1 IJ) : It. M. LEEI'ER,
1 icputy Clerk
: I-8-1.-.-2" j
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of 1941
File AA-20941
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel VV. Slegel holder of Count) '
Tax Sale Certificate No. 3196 Issued S and S AIR CONDITIONING CO.,
the 1st da) of June, A.D. I960, has I a Plorlda cor.....aili.n.
filed same in m) office, and has mndi I'laitnlti.
application for q tax deed to be issued x~
tiu-reon. Bald Certificate embrace* Mi'i. \ni 1: 1:. su .\i:i/.. iiu-t..
the following dt scribed property in and PATRICIA S ARTZ,
the Count) Dade, sun. ol Florida, i'L.iX'-l'!j.'Xsr. .,, .-.-,...
to-wlt' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Lot 8 Less K t.S 11 Blook :-l TO: MEI.ANIB 11. SWARTZ. Tru*tei
Bale Miller Tract., Plai Book 2 c/o Goldman
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 63C 928
l'i I ll'Nl AN A Ml RAE
60 Print .- Ai thin At emu
Toronto ".. 1 into 1 Ic
C. 111:1.1:i
Yi T ARE HEREBY notified that 1
Complaint for Divorce has 1..... filed
against you, and >..u an hereb) r.
quired to serve a cop) of you, Answet
: to the Complainl on the Plaintlfl -
I attorn,.). "LESTER ROGERS, whow
nddress I* !l N.W. llih Street, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file the original of
your Answer In the office nf the Clerk
t tin Eleventh Judicial Circuit ii. and
Dadi Count), Florida, on .: be-
fore the Uih da) ol March, IMS. In
default of which the Complaint ili
bi taken : I i.it.-.i this -'Mil da) f 'inn irj 1 '
1: 11 i.i:ai'hi:i:m.\n. cli 1 k,
Circuit Court, Dadi County, Florida
1-. .1 1 Bj : 1-: (: 1:1:1 BB,
I '.mux Clerk
2 1--r.-;:
Ihige '." In the County ul Bade,
siate of Florida.
Th,- assessment of said propert) un-
der the said certificate was in th.
name of: George Martin fie w Mary.
11 Temberton Bquan
Boston, Mass.
TOP AND EACH OP TOE ARE County, Florida.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thut
1 the undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious name of
CEDROC HOLDING COMPANY (not
Inc.) :it IS71 S.U. l-l Si .Miami. IT.
1 Intend t.- register said name with the
Clerk nf the Circuit Court .! Dade
HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a Milt has
been brought against you by s and s
NOTICE UNncR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni'l'li'l-: Is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
business undet ih. fictitious name of
Al I.AI Al'IAIl WEE WASH IT at
3028 N.W, 17th Ave., Miami. Iln.. In-
tend t,, register said name with the
Clerk ..I the Circuit Cmm of Dad<
1 '..initi. 1 lorida.
HARRY ALBERT
ANN Al.Ill:i:l
.,\\ n.-rs
Myers, Helman, Kaplan sV Patsman
Attorne) ror '^^ ner*
I J-IS-M.'S 1
Unlesa said certificate shall be re- All: COXlWMpNlNtl CO.. a Florida
deemed according to law. the | r..|.ei-i) 'oil'iiialii'ti. I aintirr. to loreclosa I
described herein win be sold t.. the '"" "" mRt*FlaJ: ta ""' ',n'1, *.'"'":*
highest bidder at the Court House "', V:,rlu".,!li'1ll>1 "jw'be* In the
door on the first Monday in the month omptalnt filed In this suit, which
Ll'-n onennih,*rs the following descrl-
bed property, situate In Bade Coun-
ty, Plorlda. to-wlt:
l^.l If, Block ISO. REVISED PLAT
OF* .MIAMI SHORES, Section 8, ac-
cording to Plat Hook ::. Page <<'
1.1 the Public I:,-.,.ni.. in and Por
1 .mi.- County. Florida, also known
a. 1030 -NI-: 8th Street, Miami 3S.
Florida,
ami fin other relief, and \..u lire re-
tiuired to file your Answer t> said
Complainl with the Clerk of the above
st\li-il 1*1.nit am) to Mil. ,1 cop) i
thereof on Plaintiffs Attorney, .\l\s-;
1.1:1: l: FERDIE, 1782 Weal Flagler
Street, Miami :'..".. Plotida, not later
than the iih da) of March, lS, In
default ii which said Complaint "ill
1.. taken .,- confessed l-> you.
DATED at Dade, Miami. 11.-ii.la.
iiii- SRth tin) of January, IMS.
1:. c. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
1 It Court, Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN.
Deputy Clerk
I 1-8-15-22
i:i'\\ in si:i;i,i:al
f i:i,l V BEGLEAI'
1'. .-t 'Wllers
HAROLD 8TRPMPF"
Attorne) for 1 iwnet
; 1-v-i -ss
Haled this 2:ith day of January,
IMS.
1:. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
(seal) By: Ft M. LEEPER,
lit put) Clerk
2/1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STANLEY ACTS', at ISO 84th
Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of tin- Circuit Court of Dade Coun-
ty, Plorlda.
s ALAN c SENS
/s GILBERT sk.ns
ARONOV1TZ, KILTER BCHER
Attorneys for Stanley Aptn.
(07 Ains'i. > Building, Miami. Kl.i
1 23,1 l-8-i;
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenit' fkricfcm
solicits your legal notices.
Wa appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates ...
Dial Fit :M65
for messenger service


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Fa 7a=* S-A +> kmistfVrrtfrr Friday. February 15. S63 i' • C 1 0 I USIA Explains' Barring of News Chief 5e/wfe Ge& Bills to Eliminate Inequities in McCarran Walter TEL 1VU JTA Th* -.-: %  '— iertaaB !_:., '*-.-> •::-^ preM • <* UK Star* D*paraef. oec-^anu that at had •aothix-f. to &arr.&8 i Si—ue 7r*_xaa chaei WiAti^vot corNayaaoK:'. %  : dM .'>----'W* gripax Agency. £ri brvdir.g at =u.r.er> ata_r; -^i Arab rei..---.-.* %  V: Fr-fdaas -i* lariat .j^.^r %  %  : c.-.:^r m __-ector M fee Bttt* DepiT3LI -'--' N**-' F> C -:-i =^:;_-. be cx.dur.ed the T ':.. • i > r --r • ;.•-•* 3-i*"-ec :• •.:* ( _i Ixdoraaaoc Sen ct r**o "SSI H.£EaaB H T. ; M i .:• *-.--.: %  report Ml OMMHOMJ Iraer. 7TA Btteaa deal ^* "-i". '-**= %  : %  : : -:•* su: -arrec fr • Vkn •--.. %  don -•: ;• '.i %  Mr f.r i %  : | • • I I MC£— %  *". ;•"."-'" -.-.. %  tad ": -j. • i ..: V: : SCOO I a adaraw ifcai Frjec=-.: i^->— s SuuI>epartn>** brief the Near BMl !* %  ** ** SUt* I^ortinwr. did not like be a> be reparte*) MMH* The Senator ho firrt raiaed the t*oe ffl Senate floor apeeOi U* week described Mr. fried war M the JTA xe his woeern at i fine Ameneax. reaor.er with n Ajnef-ieaa oe age&c; t&, ^ Bxrk* ewe tesi{ *r -4dr. 0B the cn-rU feaadta*t 'Ji ama HaUkicctaa b? the Ke3M4 AdmmirtratioB Sidor Bekarsky Due M Concert Stoor Beiartaj. ortd r t — n n^ Vtoditc aod Uetre i mw, ,), appear IE a eoacer*. at Muirn Beach Hi(h School A*c-isrna oa buada). Feb M Berlari> *ifl coeae ta Miami fc**ch IJC ooe COM*oelj. d Ifet yrj%r*r* wM faahara VHtMife • c ;-.k.k*aic M0(5 CO? BflAISKT Heads Parents Group %  %  %  • Mr ii Sab rice pratdeati v.-Greee treaanr i aad >!: %  Alben Jre • a •' Be ri, has beco scout wrth w*ch •^e4 eortductors 1S Arrjro Taacamm *nd Arthur RoCl'mfc'. K K* )M perfarm*wrt* &f C*eafo C'.c Oorj •r^ tt AmcnCM Oper* Comp*r.y :< Lo An9e** he Fd M| -a : (he -irmooK Ort-r estn lectaxii o< %  --;: L" % %  %  te cooo-ctor of ".he GeaM ate —pi PrcclarWL •^* iM-ej ; %  %  •>•: i r %  *** • wraae Ci itin* t eBeriBiv*'" •**-• A— •*ict' p^c*i eltertfr m*f- ttff'tont or itnr'i-:--:— •-^•- :T**i %  : %  %  Deal With The FRIENDLY FOLKS at \ Taere s ot IIC rr4 Uttt rvf %  M %  nu< Btaca 0 i %  w AM •oca lATOk HJt 1*H: A*^ FT. LAO eaa • W-x tLm, Mai M *Wt y SOVTK MAM sas Mi -. "* ClI %  %  A M 1963 COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL ALL 0a TOWN, ON MIAMI'S PRINCIPAL TRAFFIC SHUTS, UffGf, COLORFUL POSTERS HAVE BUN PLACED IN TRIBUTE TOTHE 25th ANNIVERSARY COMBINED JEWISH APPEAL OF THE GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION DONNELLY ADVERTISING CORP. OF FLORIDA Whet i taidiag ar Iweroi l a q yew • tisieiNTiai • COMMCtClAl • IMHS11UI SKcm PACEMAKER HIALEAH cuss awe TKI nutr EXAann •# tUAUTT ARC IlCCUnCf M auminni rMfejcrt I YALE OGRON MANUFACTURING CO. INC. 671 W 18th STRKT HIALEAH FLA TU 8 4791 TU 5^3834 —



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Page 10-B fJewistncridrfofJ Friday. February 15, 1963 Women's Cancer League Luncheon Will Feature Variety Acts at Fontainebleau Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood plans its annual bazaar on Monday, Feb. 25, at the Temple. To open at 9:30 a.m.. the all-day bazaar will feature merchandise, men's, women's and children's wearing apparel, novelty jewelry, appliances, and white elephant booth. Planning the event are seated (left to right) Me* dames Morton Schwartz, Hal Kane, chairman, Mary Dufine, and Michael Heyman. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Harry Levin, Ruth Qoldstone, Jack Greenberg, Henrietta Fine. Murray Shaw, president. Max Amhowitz. Michael Glazier, and Charles Rabb. The Feb". 20 luncheon of the Women's Cancer League of Miami Beach at the Fontainebleau Hotel will feature a variety show. Eddie Schaffer. comedian ind producer, who has appeared in night clubl and theaters all over the country, and on TV. will be master ol ceremonies. One of the starring acts will be Miss Carol Donn. winner of the Metropolitan Opera auditions for the State of Florida in 1962. Before coming to Miami. Miss Donn was soloist at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and sang in concerts and operas throughout the United States and Canada. She has sung with the Miami Opera Guild. Also on the bill will be a group ol Ten students ironT tW Fine Arts Conservatory in a program of ballet, jazz and songs. Mrs, Arnold Greenfield organize the music and dance school jnd dire cts it program ol providing scholarships for talented chaMron. Under the chairmanship <~. Mrs. Micky Kraus and Mrs. Howard Grove, the League's fourth jnnual luncheon will provide furl-, for cancer research and treats*nt at Mt. Sinai Hospital of Greater Miami. The luncheon is bein^ sponsored in conjunction w'" I 'he Damon Runyon Fund. Book Review Series to End The third and final book review of the season by Dr. Irving Lehrman will be given on Wednesday, Feb. 20. at Temple Emami-El North Branch Auditorium. Sponsored by the Temple's Sisterhood and PTA. the review will deal with "Letters from the Karth." the recently-published and highly controversial work of nonfiction. Heretofore unpublished letters from the Mark Twain Papers are brougM to light in the book. The book review and brunch will start promptly at 10 a.m. Members, "i the Temple an I guests are invited The book reviews are parl ol the .m of the Women's institute i,>wi-h and Cultural Studies ol Temple Emanu-EI. The Becond series of study classes of the Inite opened recently. The second weeklj session ot the new series will be held Tuesday morning, starting y < l %  •'., at the North nch Building. Subjects include "Elementary Hebrew." "Prayer Book Hebrew in Song." "Conversational Hebrew.' "Leadership and Public Speaking," and "Be-| ginners and Advanced Art Sudy." At each weekly session, Rabbi Lehrman lectures and leads a discussion on the subject "What is a Jew." Registration for classes istill open to members and guests. Hebrew Teachers Seminar to Open RABBI IRVING LEHRMAH Beth Am Will Offer Musical With Star Cast A five-week seminar for Hebrew I teachers is being planned by the Bureau of Jewish Education, ac-: cording to an announcement of Joseph Cohen, president. Seminars will begin on Wedncs-j day. Feb. 20, and continue for tour, Wednesdays to Mar. 20. under the ] general theme. "New Trends in Educational Methods." All sessions will be held at Temple Ner Tamid, 7901 Carlyle Ave.. at 8:15 p.m. On Feb. 20. Herzl Honor, educational director of Temple Ner Tamid. and Mrs. Norma Rabino v.itz. instructor at the Temple, will demonstrate the oral aural approach to the teaching of Hebrew On Feb. 27, Mrs. Rochelle Ross and Zvi Rosenkranx, instructors at Beth David Congregation, will demonstrate methods of teaching Hebrew in the early grades. On Mar. 6. Mrs. lialke Robbins, ol Temple .ludea, and George Goldberg, of Beth Kl Congregation, will demonstrate methods ol teaching the Prayer Book On Mar. 13. Abraham Gtttelson, educational director ot Beth David Congregation, and Martin Liedowitz, instructor ai Temple EmanuEI, will present model lessons in the teaching of history. On Mar. 20. Meyer Samberg. educational director of Temple Ner Tamid, and Miss Nettie Goldstein, instructor at Temple Beth Sholom, will demonstrate new approaches to the teaching of Humash. The workshops are under the direction of Dr. Nathaniel Soroft, consultant of the Bureau of Jefl ish Education, assisted by Herbert Berger and Louis Schwartzman. Sessions will also include brief instruction ol new Hebrew songs CONTINENTAL DINING ROOM Miami's Only "Shomer ShMx>" %  HM RESTAURANT 8393 BIRD D., Miami 224-1744 IT *A ^CONTINENTAL^ V CATERERS > w MltlMMM %  •• '.ivili 1. **& ^£:X< Cent Air-Cond Ind. Cont "ROMWELL "" CRYSTAL ROOM LOMBARDY HOTFL DINING ROO\\ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Under Strict R.-ihbinic.Tl Supervision. Mashgiaih on Premises. Catering in the Crys/of Room or Place of Tour Choice STRICTLV KOSHER IWTEttECRS UN 6-6226 MOTH .Mil On The Oceon at 20th Street i>i,vi oeacn & Pool — C*b*n> Ocejn Front S Ocean View Rooms KOSHER Bc p MEAIS no-.ible o NCLUOEO tf* m rm. 0 ot 10 • *able Cantor Jjovir Fit "^e Di-t M E*t'l Cje Bteak* t Roaa*** 4 r h, i TV. R II • • %  < '•" king adjomi total. CrraiM I .nges & Mats O .inie Ju l^i Entrrtainnift Nigh/. M.iny olhe foal iiref). CALL ABE GEFTER JE 42141 k oui Serv. Daily Fvll lime Mashg'ach on Premises '%  REE: % Sen. Keating Due At Palm Beach Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (Rep. N.Y.I will be the principal speaker at the eighth annual Palm Beach reception and dinner on behalf of the Albert Kinstein College of Medicine on Feb. 21. The function is expected to attract more than 250 residents and Winer visitors to the Palm Beach Biltmore Hotel grand ballroom. Sen. Keating is one of the leading spokesmen of the Republican Party in Congress. He is a member of the Judiciary and Commerce Committees, as well as the Joint Committee for Immigration and Naturalization of the United States Senate. Albert Parker. New York attorney and a Palm Beach winter resident for many years, is chairman of the dinner. He is vice chairman of the board of overseers of the medical college, and lives at the Palm Beach Towers. Dr. Marcus D. Kogel. dean of the Albert Einstein College, also will speak, Parker said. Temple Beth Am will present its annual original musical com-, edy. entitled "Once Upon a Show.'" at the Temple. 8800 Kendall Dr., %  on Saturday night. Feb. 23. Sunday night. Feb. 24. and Saturday night. Mar. 2. The play leatures a cast of some 50 experienced performers includ-, Ing in one of the featured solos,| Al Leibert. WINZ radio personality. The show was written and is being directed by Eleazer Greenstcin. a member of the Temple. Tickets for the show represent a donation of $2.50 and are available at the Temple Beth Am office, Jordan Marsh and Hartley's in Dadeland Shopping Center. STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant i20th CONSECUTIVE YEAR Under Same Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BACELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT jf 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 jf ITALIAN CUISINE OPEN YEAR ROUND COCKTAILS Phone FR 9-3898 1300 N.W. 7th Ave. Est. 1939 r'Hoit Chos. J. Val.ntiMmltf D'Hot.i Chas. 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Page 6-C fJmistHcridimi Friday, Febr-.i15 • -„ I o n F N t d E h fi ft b I b a P 1 T M Si III II -t B 1! ui 8 L ci s is i N <• B h o B ii P b n J a S e: d o rr tl tl 0 E P %  •53 Miamian to Head Florida Youth Unit Beth Am horted a itrte were concluded 1 -, (, Conclave here tly. Hebrew Academy membership committee meets to discuss the current campaign for 500 additional members. The campaign will culminate Sunday. Feb. 17, 8 p.m.. with a musical concert featuring world-renowned Cantor Sholom Katz at the Ida Appel Auditorium of the Academy. Standing (left to right) are Samuel Reinhard, Adolf Blank, Hyman Galbut. chairman, Carl Brandes and Julius Rosenstein. Seated are Henry Groudan and Oscar Mamber. Not shown are Philip Weiss, Benjamin Appel, Ben Zion Ginsburg, Milton Kahn. Abe Aranoff, Dr. Louis A. Nunim, Joseph Gonshor, Hyman Jablon, Henry Penchansky. Morris Dubler, Irving Firtel, B. I. Binder, Harry Genet. Rev. Joseph Krantz, George Kimmel, Isidore Kramer, Louis Dublin. Dr. M. J. Safra, and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro. ^ %  m from U ytflu, M %  %  An %  Sa'orday's worksh.p s*rv.ces wt-e follcwfed by MiniMrf where the theme, Jfim-Ow Youth's Outlook Toward the Future," wtre condjcted by Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, of Beth Am, Rabbi Darnel Lowey, of Temple Sir.ai, No. Miami, and Rabb' Jack Lev.ne, erf Ft. Pierce. activities GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open fvery Doy • Closed Sobboth 140 SW 57th Ave. HI 1-8583 Richard Al Betfe An "J %  and Mn 1 lec-;. I pi ration of '!• %  l tf Roc 1 : %  1 I %  Scholarships Go To Brandeis Univ. Hollywood, Miami and Miami Beach residents have establu row scholarships al Brandeis I'nirersitj Thf Bon D Silver Scholarv a? crealeri by the co-founder and treasorer of the American Community Store? Corp. Silver, of 823 Van Burer. S; Hoi .\wood. a iormer board member of :he Jewish Federation and former %  -insurer of Temple Israel in i".maha. Neb., is presently a trottee of Temple Beth-El and a board member of the Jewish Federation > Hollywood A veteran of World War I, he mer director of the Supermarket Institute and the National lion of Food Chains. A second scholarship was established bj d Mrs Dona II Frost, of 8750 SW 89th St., Miami Frost, ai atl rnej with offices al Dupont Building, is a former idem ot UM OpOmisl Club and „ member of Sigma Alpha Mu I raternitj Ht served in the I"5. Army from 1943 to 1945 and is a graduate of the University of Alabama, and received a law degrei at the University ol Miami. Mrs. Sara Czech, of the National Hotel, Miami Beach, pre.-tntcd the university with a scholars! ,r honor of its president. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, to aid a des< I %  ing woman student MrCzech, recipient of the Woman Award from Israel Bondin 1961. 1a member of the Coml Jewish Appeal of Miami, founder ol the Thrift Shop at the Home for the Aged, and donor of the maternity wing at Mt. Sinai I pital Men) Hotter' Luncheon A "Mad Hatter" luncheon will be sponsored by the Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center .• Tuesday noon. Feb. 19. in "hi social hall Mrs Louis Pomerant? is chairman, an.. Mrs. George Graham is in charge of ticket GORDON FUNERAL HOME FR 3-3431 FRanklin 9-1436 710 SW. 12th Avenue Miami, Fla. HARRY GORDON PRE? IKE GORDON *UNERA DIRECTOR Beth Shirah Will Have Dedication Gala Weekend Temple Beth Shirah will hold king services and a ner this weekend, starting Friday evening, when Rabbi Morri.\ Sk i] ill introduce as pulpit editor of ructionist Magazine On Saturda; %  will be I and on sen ICI %  S b d Rabbi I of Tern : less the fee the "She er upon the unit of or, Sunn. y %  ^ OtUoAeera %  '11 >ic? a. X 1333 OADE BCJ^rvABD Ml AM. BFA-~M -^00 3


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Friday. February 15, 1963 vJewisii FtorSdlfrtr) Page 7-C SAYINGS OF FATHERS %  %  '%  fcrni'.' I,! s i but a thai less i i thost thai are in :, here thou i4l it ind then in %  .. ill b I 1 m .: Ind tell nol d failings ••] those 3n i Brotherhood, democracy, equality and ind will, calls on us again t<> break down the walls c 1 prejudice .ind build better bridges of underi P I%  i\ CIICJIOM •7/. KsVewS Will Be Allowed Matzoth [] -:\\ YORK — (JTA) — An ofof the Soviet Embassy in Ishincton this week assured of Young Israel, an assoi i orthodox Congregations this country, that Soviet Jews ormitted this year to bake tioth for Passover. delegation, led by Rabbi neighbors. |\ul II. Hill, president of Young; i met with Genardy Gtvrisecretary of the Soviet Em-1 ;. to discuss the matzoth sit-1 |. Alter the conference, issued the following "The Jews of the Sov-, Standing between Christian and Jew. In American business life, there is far more brotherhood than is usually admitted. Christians and Jews often "break bread" with one another — at men's service and luncheon clubs, even at women's civic and philanthropic luncheons. But eomes five o'clock, and the desk is closed; the vision ends and the dream fades. After five o'clock, there is no more brotherhod — only lines of prejudice. Millions of Christians have never Information to be included in the Religious Services column most 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. AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle avc. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. w .1 Ml -i ill' 9 I %  \V ||,1 v. hal •ll-ll I.•-UII. : %  %  ii\ thi Ti i i .i .. .ili i |i in Yi'li %  Ku hlonTEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Ksndall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabui Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles Kodncr. RABBI MARIUS RANSON exchanging visits EETH DAV.D. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Consei vative. Rabbi Norman N. ShapiroCantor William W. Lipson. I r i|,i> S : 1 ". (i.in. SittUnla? %  a in I '..t: MUXNHII: Saul, xon "i Mr ind Mr> llenjamln Ahrama. — • BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift. Friday ",:l". ami : :;i p.m. Ser n; l %  di ai. ,l Hi gponalblllt) ." Saturday R:3u a.m. Sermon: "Commandment* arc .Mail, in l, Kept," BETH EMETH. 12250 NW 2nd ave. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday >;ir, p.m. Ban Ultsvab: Jennifer, daughter "f Mr. and Mis. William Kablnonits, Saturda) v l j a.m. • BETH ISRAEL. 400 Prairie ave. Orthodox. Rabby H. Louis Rottman. i-rida\ I p.ifa, Saturday n am. serini >i\ in.it, v, latlon." BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamches. l-'i iia> Rundown. Haturda) s:30 a.m. Sermon: "rin Commandments <>r Uod." been in a Jewish home—either to break bread or to partake in the '""" sociability of family life—and practically never to savor the flavor of Judaism as it exudes from our home religious practices, our customs and folkways. Nor have we Jews more often had the opportunity to see the inside of a Christian home in the relaxation of social life. We live in the same ghetto of the spirit as do our Christian friends and EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max It is my eonviction that the brotherhood movement suffers most, Shapiro, cantor Fred Bernstein. because it has remained in the lofty atmosphere of theorv and public i'>i'in> vi: |.m. ihiiiili truest, ur. x meetings, and has not challenged the individual to develop brotherhood .!,'',',' '.',Y.'„', j .,'.,,' Wi'n'.'i'' in the "grass roots" of life. "Achad Hn-.\m —Cultural Zioiilnm." -. _. ..... .„ ;,i j c ._ „• „• Saturday N:|.l n.m, Sermon: "icm Are Many argue. We Jews are a minority. We will defeat Americas i;, .,„,,,.n.i,.-i:., r Miuvah: Edward, interests, and incidentally our own. if we take the initiative in brother'< n • %  < Mi anil Mrs Mai tin \ Mil Iiood and good will." I take issue with this altitude and philosophy. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. arc entitled to practice j We aro not s<>cond c i ass citizens. And we ought to be better psycholOrthodox us rituals as freely as %  ".' r rationality in the Soviet |ii The s ame idea applies to program of baking matzoth ior Passover." Last }r. el Government factories r rbidden to bake matzoth. titles— Kiev. Riga and rid—Jews did bake their I >ih. New $225,000 Sanctuary KsTYILLK. Conn. — (JTA) — building expansion provolvlng the construction >:r>.oOO, 400-seat sancere announced here by • Slutsky, president Of Beth Wi -mile Synagogue. lamedrosh Hagodel and "..IK Synagogue merged 0. The combine I ership ni the congregation it 350 famiiii • innew edifice, said ame a necessity w it h 1 membership result* •1 the merger eight months Idded structure, he %  in the present build Ihe congregation, Build Telshe Dormitories l"i |l la %  I'll. ; Juiins Sapero. president. Ii.ni. Sal urd i> '.' a.m. i.m. ogist.v The world is full of people who long for better understanding. even though their gruff voices and brusque m.inners would seem to deny this. They have built up a defense mechanism to hide an inner uncertainty. It is our duty to help them to inner security and to enrich J Klll our own experiences. A number of temples and synagogues plan for the invitation of Christians to Jewish dinners and social and civic programs. But I j BETH TORAH. i64thst. and NE 11th am positive that it is equally as important to exchange visits and en-1 t ^'tz. n c^n,-or' V Ben.zio'n l Ki>sche'ni tertain one another, Christian and Jew. in our homes. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ave. Or thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky r. |i.m. s.iiurdny s 'a Sermon: "Salnlllv a Ma.-.; 11 Torah." 1 in. I 'III TEMPLE BtTH EL OF HOLLV. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform. Rabbi Bamual Jafle. .V 1:. lluii n of the Wurld L'nlti I 'lav 11 a.m. • TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. Suniland Hall. 11539 So. Dixie hwy. Reconstruction^. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. ii '.iv 8:13 p.m. Pulpit guest, in In 1 a-. 11-1. n, a lulu.1 and • dltor of the deconstruct Ion 1st Masaatno, \ 1 I topic will l„'Win Reconstruct Ai ir;ni Judaism?" Saturday 10:30 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative) Rabbi Samuel Mendelowitz. Can. tor Ernest Steiner. • TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chasa ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Kronlsh will narrate "What i~ Torah?" a cantata Ii) ha i:i>. n.-toiii and Judith K. p ICIaensteln. A Torah presented iiy .Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Gordon will be dedicated, Saturday 10:43 a.in. %  • TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. [Friday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "The DecnIORUC." Sai II.I I. '• : %  ." a in. Bar Mltxvah: Ronald, w f Mr. und Mi--. I.an v A -"ii — e TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing. ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi l.-ving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. i .; in Saturday :• a.m. — e — TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NS 19th st. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Boi nstein. I Vldn j ^:1 %  p.m. S rnii'ii Italdv in 'I'll.An-%  % %  \, i .%  — e — TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal • Reform. Rabbi Mo.-decai Podet Cantor H. Richard Brown Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Closing the %  tap." Hucsl speaker: Sylvan liebow, Hive director, National Pedi •. %  < lion Temple Rrotherh la. <_J\now \Aour v^/fcr/^c By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX This /vgf is fri'farrd in -i with r'le" Spiritual / of ilie Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn. Why is it customary in the synagogue to have a period of study conducted by the Rabbi or some other scholarly person between the Minchah and Ma ariv prayer services? The MUlChah service is the last service <>t the day and the Sla'ari* service i^ the evening service. Jewish tradition (Shulchan Aruch %  ailh Chayyim, Magen Abraham 1:1) (Shaloh) feels that the day I and the night that foUows it should Torah so hal tiny will likewise be linked through the study ol make a bridge from nlghl to dn> Torah or some special prayers, with Torah study. -!U\_,ITAI \ amoini Some claim that the practice is Some expound that it is only in drive to helo t Iraced to the practice of having through the study of Torah that lories of the famed ll> n<1 <>* ***** i)U ^' { "" the a man can posslbly see the l ,' m y RAHIil MAX V 1 IPSI H1T2 i %  ordinatot K MiHI SOI OMON SCHIFf ( ) ems .'j Wisdom baum Friday 5:43 and R:80 p.m. Kermon: "(ilvlnit is ili, BaMeiice i'f Life." 8aturda) S I.", a a: Bar Mitsvnh: Irwln, ,-..n ..I' Mr. ami Mis. Harold Ootleri ii,,waul, son '-I Mr. ami Mrs. Irving Fetnatone; Frank, non of Mi. ami Mr-. I., si. i Siegel — e CORAL WAY JEWISH CENTER. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. i -la Kern >n "I' %  A I i.il> I al im, All) all." salilnlay • i .1 -.,,li. .1 ill..11. S--II of Mr. a ml MrIrvhtK Kri %  — e DADE HEIGHTS JEWISH CONGREGATION. 1431 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Emaiuiel Mandel. :'. |i in Si rm .1. iina .a ol H l %  l< BO) S> out Week lion -1 (I Sal iriln) • '" • %  m liar Mluvali VIi .. son of Mr. and Mr* trthui Sti — e — FLAGLER GRENADA. 50 NW 51st pi. Conservative. Rabbi D.n id Rosenfeld. Cantor George Goldberg, lay 8:13 %  Thi Ti n TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. I rldaj V1-". p.m. i !u< -t api aki r, Mi ridel l-'isli.r. • s., urn dli ector, J< I Matlonal Fund "f America. His topic: "Miami, I'.S.A., and larael." Queatf ili I-, la .1. I'll, pn si.I. in .T. wish National l I Pi imi II of Greater Miami, and i 'r /• v w Koa in, -i eclal envov for the .INF. Saturda) :43 Ku Milxvnli: riiail.s an.l All, n, of Sir. .ml Mix. BI rt la \>. — e TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy %  • II m Bar M. Itaphn. >l Mr. and MiIi v Ina Si, in — e TEMPLE TITERETH JACOB Ml Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. Cantor Jack Lerner. Klein. mmandi in, llai Prida' 13 p.m. Satu day i i %  i Sheldi i Mr. and Mi. !'• ml' VVel li. before the and cohesiveness between light i< •-of the famed V-lm-i in Cleveland de,i b1 '-' In l,u sanctuary Dei days show hread is rel a nd darkness. Prayer thus gives us ihe faith and Torah gives US fire ,,-; mouth with the P'CMOUS I -tii lives of two stulents nioved ( Menachoth 99bI. I lives oi two stii.unts. u|1 ,| l | sUm(llI1; ,i Kll n ,gh| an d I here by Jewish lay others base It upon the conten;m(1 Ja| kiu ., s „ e bbimc_ leaders, with Mayor tl()11 lf the Palestinian a mud ^ ^ ,-,„. ,„„. H .„„, < nllins as honorary ehair(Y'oma 1:1) which asserts that the IT Mter a conference at bis priests who were commanded to %  City Hall, Mayor Collins .,., Jays I nd nights in the a proclamation declaring sanrtuary arranged It so thai one onth as "Boston Telshe Y6contingent spent the day and th" Other siient the ni^ht; but thai the ni d mi rning's [• Emergency Fire Campaign GEMS OF WISDOM '':riiir icrnnsfd ynil. n 41 once, for "thou thy neighbor ai thyself." i MI :<;ii.'lv punish your %  dnd ^r having hurt the I. M. EPSTEIN. • sweetest revenge is to forI I. I KI1DMAN. a ,; shall not seethe a ^id in] •other 1 milk. BIBLE. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. ||da) la I 1 "i I AH' Sal'l.a t Ii It, |. i in lllsl until. IIS : I a -l l'i. Nell I % %  — • HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201 Johnson st. Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro. Canto r Yeluidah Heilbrann. • %  — ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th ter. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Malivsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. i m.ni. %  : i Why do some people take special a.m care to study Torah at night? KNE SETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. in Ihe Shulchan Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehi field. Cantor Abraham S-if. for the good of the world. This is found i. in contingent arrived below the (Hach lOnch Chayyim, 238. where 1:i ,,,„,,„ lillM! .. „ LVconSngen" left and the next one i. | cautioned !• pay even more ? *,* .;..-;.-., morning's contingent arrived beattention to make sue e Mud ed ,. fore the nigbl contlngem left-so < '"^" !" Li i2? Tain H M.NVONA.RES" 3737 BW rd. Modthat the nisht and .lav a.-uld be contention found In the Talmud ern Tr--HIWB |. %  I 1 X ti th.. ,',1nee of iErnbin65ai to the extent that the Kntunta) a,,,, nalb 8 a.m. interlinked with the piesence 01 Dally a.m. KHIUHIH) 9 a.m the priesti and that the transfer from day to night would place without Ihe attention priest*. night was created only for study. mVl" Ilk,From a practical Standpoint this OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr. nol MKC '"' r ,K„.„ Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Webern of the would not be effective for those rian who are occupied during the day. „ so that they see to it that at least % TH c ^. T v C t fJ.. Tt R'. 6438 SW 8th bbi Maurice Since both the night ana aay f (he nj ht js spont ,„ study.: iri.in> s.is p.m. Berm..n: Th. Treaawere to be spent in the study of iron w*e i...\.." Baturday 10:S0 1 m. the Torah. it became important to This would also encourage and see that both their beginning and cause the scholars who study byend should be started and finish-1 day to teach the laymen at night, ed with the Study of the Torah. The Kabbalists claim that a specIt is for this reason that some willlial angel patches over those who rise before daybreak and study the study at night. TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Morris Berger. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "What Ii Brotherhood?^ Open forum rllacusaion ai the One Bhabbat following mrvIcea. Baturday :< a.m. Bar UtUvah: TFMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabhi Herschel Brooks. Cantor Ben Zvi. Prlda) %  -ai ;.„i Spi il Satui rln s S IS ire V if C ng< TEMPLE ZlON. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Seymour Hinkes. %  ini Si a -n Ti n W r ',.iTi n i %  i % %  '. -. Shah %  al la..-I. .1 b) i II ted Vuulh Uroup. • — TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Cantor Albert Glantz. Ki -.I.I s ;.i p.m. Hermon SI-I.-I-IK.II.I "ill h.ist tha I i Bhabbal Katun n | 9 a rn. — • VEHUDAH MOSHE. 13630 W. Dixie hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Morton Shalowitz. Cantor Maurice Neu • — YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171 st. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Staober. lii.ia\ .".:'." p.m. Saturda) :< a.m. Rerin.-n' 'Wiiai Makes %  > tSood Fatherin-l.a"'" CANDUUGHTING TIM 21 Shebat — 5:56 pan. I' ..:;. %  ; %  %  -.. ii : %  i'"M



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the W oman s "World "Jewish Flor idiaxi Yeshiva Enters 76th Year Of Academic Achievement Micrri. Florida. Friday. February 15. 1963 Section C A SCHOLAR RISES TO THE HEIGHTS OF HIS FIELD 20th Anniversary of Dr. Belkin At Yeshiva U. Helm to be Marked [ Samuel Belkin. president cf y, • .. University, will arrive in Beach Sunday to confer -ational and Florida leaders iniversitj. ( -.dcrod One of the nation's -i educators, Dr. Belkin will led this month at a series jo • nts marking the 20th anniver>;:; of his attanment of the pn • ncy ol Yeshiva University. i plion at -:30 p.m.. on Feb. •j i me FontaineMeau Hotel, and %  r in Dr. Beiltin's honor Feb. 2tj the Sterling Hotel will high -. activities. Max J. Etra, of New York City, chairman of the board of Yi-sr.n University, and one of Amc-ican Jewry's leading spokesnun also will arrive early next wttk to coordinate plans for the 2Cth anniversary celebrations. I.' • nl v %  v I-.' Di ar, pili Yt> tii Robinson and Jack A. Canairman and co-chairman, reily. ot the Florida Division hiva University, head th-.1<>: committee for Dr. Belkin's Belkin, a distinguished scholar and educator, has com. record of achievement as \ a University's president • perhaps unmatched in Haul Amencan h ghor educaOff. SAMUll HUM [ skyrocketed from 850 to 5.200: the lacultv has grown from 94 to 1.200; the number ot constituent schools has leaped from tour to 17; its budget has increased from $444.000 to S19.000.000. an increase of I more than 40-fold: and its physical I plant has developed from one build i ing to four major teaching centers i in New York City, valued at $31.,; .(00.000. university's enrollment has Among the pioneering units which have been established during his administration are the Albert Kinstein College of Medicine, the nation's first medical school under Jewish auspices: Stern College for Women, the first women's college under Jewish sponsorship: and outStanding graduate schools of social work, education and science. Yeshiva University, now in its 76th year, is America's oldest and largest university under Jewish auspices, with 17 schools and divisions providing undergraduate. graduate, and professional studies in the arts and sciences and Jewish learning leading to 18 different degrees and diplomas. More than 5,200 men and women, from all parts Oi the United States and abroad, are currently enrolled. In addition to its broad range of teaching programs, the University conducts several community service agencies and a wide-spread program of pioneering research and experimentation, and publishes scholarly journals and books in several fields. Dr. Belkin brought to the presidency a rich background cf scholarship acquired first in two tradi tional centers of Jewish learning in 1 Europe and later in two of AmerI ictfr great institutions of learning Continued on Page 8-C JACK CANTOS IE0 ROBINSON AMERICAN AND CANADIAN LEADERS PARTICIPATE internat'l. Host Committee Named Yeshiva University, under the leadership of its president, Dr. Samuel Belkin. has entered its 76th year determined to meet the educational challenge of the Space Age. A major expression of the university's vigor is its bold "Blueprint lor the Sixties" development program, which is seeking to raise S30 million to finance expansion projects designed to enable the university to double its enrollment in the next decade Undertaken last year during the university's Diamond Jubilee celebration, the "Blueprint'' is already well on its wav to reality. Completed a few months ago was Sol and Hilda Furst Hall, a S3.5 nvllion classroom-administration building at the university's Main Center in the Washington Heights section of New York City Now under construction at the Ma ; n Center, a block away from Furst Hall, is a S2.5 million men's residence hall which will house 322 out-of-town students, and plans are being drawn for expanded library facilities, and a new gymnasiumrecreation center. The forward-looking "Blueprint" also calls for new tacilities for the Graduate School of Education, the Boiler Graduate School of Science, the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Stern College lor Women, and Teachers Institute for Women. The "Blueprint" has been spurred (luring the past year by four major g Its oi SI million or more These were S2 million from Arthur B. Belter, chairman of the board of the Belco Petroleum Corp.; and SI million each from Sol and Hilda Furst, the Gustav Wurzweiler Foundation, and Max Stern, vice chairman of the university's board ot trustees. Others who play a major role in advancing the progress of Yeshiva Uiiiversity are the university "'Master Builders." who have contributed at least si8.000. and "Ambassadors." who contribute SI,000 or more annually. Development and scholarship programs also are aided by the Yeshiva University Women's Organization, which has branches in many cities. To Nominate Officers MAX tTRA AMAHAM HOKMAN Many of the leading names in American and Canadian Jewry prominent in the development of higher education will play major roles in the international host committee tor the celebration of Dr. Samuel Belkin's 2oth anniversary j as president of Yeshiva University. Max J. Etra, chairman of the hoard of trustees of Yeshiva University, named the following Americans to the committee: • Abraham Borman. of Detroit, member oi the board ot trustees ot Yeshiva University, and general chairman ol the Detroit Fiends of Yeshiva University. A national leader of the United Jewish Appeal, he is servii g this year as cc chairman oi Detroit's Allied Jew i ih Appeal, Together with hi* bro'her, Tom. he heads Borman Foods, vhich operates Foor Fair In the Midwest O) David Goldberg, a'so of Detroit, a founding member of the Detroit Friends, president of Park New* Agency and a leader III Michigan Jewrj. • I.ouis M. Levin, ul Columbus, o.. president ot Congregation Beth Jacob and co-chairman of the 1962 annual dinner ol Yeshiva Univcrsitj • Edward C, Levy, of Detroit, prominent industrialist who was the recipient of the 1961 Yeshiva Universitj award and who has bean for many years a leader in the Allied Jewish Appeal and of Israel-oriented causes. • Daniel A I.avcn. of Detroit, treasurer of the Detroit Friends ot Yeshiva University and one of the city's top business and civic leaders. Etra also named the following Canadians to the international host Committee: • Alex Bctclurman of Ottawa, one of the deans of the Ottawa Jewish community and chairman of its Friends ol Yeshiva University. He is former chairman of both the IMA and Israel Bonds campaigns in Ottawa. • Hyman Bessin. also ol Ottawa, Canadian industrialist who is president ot the Ottawa Jewish Community Council. > Mever W. Gassner, ol Toronto, recipient of Yeshiva Inner W ty's ursi Heritage Award, together with former Sen. Herbert ;i. L< hman and Joseph Meyerhoff. Former president oi the Toronto 'Jewish Weltare Federation, Gassier is national chairman for Canada ol its High Holy Hay Israel Bonds appeal. • Maurice Pollack, of Quebec City, one ol Canadian Jewry's most generous philanthropists Pollack's donation of an invaluable collection of Judaica to Yeshiva University will form an important part of the university's new library • Joel Sternthal. of Montreal, president of Adath Israel Congregation, who is president of the Canadian Friends of Yeshiva University. He is a nrominent Montreal realtor and developer. • Joseph Kolinsky, of Winnipeg. one of the piila*a of Orthodox Jewry in Canaoa New Free Loan Group Opens The Lubavitcher Hebrew Free Loan Society of Greater Miami was established here last week. Announcement -ol the new organization was made at a Melava Malka at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg in conjunction with the Florida Regional Office of the Merkos LTnyonei Chimich. The function memorialized the 13th anniversary of 'he death oi Rabbi J. I. Schneersohn, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. The Free Loan Society has been Mrs. Ciel Simon, president of made possible as a result of a Jewblt War Veterans. North Shore grant by Harry and Murray MarkAuxiliary 677. will conduct nomiowitz. The Merkos is the central ration of new officers at a meet organization for Jewish education ing Wednesday in Washington Fedof the Lubavitcher movement. eral Savings and Loan Assn. Dr. Irving Lehrman (left), spiritual leader of Temple EmanuEl, presents a plaque to Metro Commissioner Charles Hall in gratitude for Commissioner and Mrs. Hall's "generous contribution" of 57,500 toward the establishment of a medical clinic in the Negev of Israel. Presentation was at a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Meyers in behalf of the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim, medical arm of Histadrut. The clinic will serve to bolster Israel's rapidly-developing medical needs in the outpost areas of the Jewish State.



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. u n J [ by ISABEL GROVE and hearts and pink will form the centerpiece party Sunday afternoon home ol Dr. and Mrs. Mor Merlin, 174;> S\V 13th Ave. -n\ ities will be in honor ..liter. Linda Ruth, and i Greenes, whose betrotheing announced thi* week IT LOO gUCStl are expect the happy occasion, in f the prospective bride parents. Mr. and Mrs Greshes, and the future i two grandmothers, Mrs iftman and Mrs Dora both ol Miami Beach Jso Mrs. Merlin's brother i Chicago. Edward Jacobs, hi; ie and offspring. Howard and .'>' Joy, and Mr. and MrHarris. Albany, N.Y. icend guest a( the home of Dr nd Mrs Philip Stark, ol K.:• %  • me Point, will be Margaret an steam, whose husband iMrs Stark's sister v> a I Kri the Well known designer ol sportswear and dresses, Margaret has temporarily deserted Greater Miami for Nicole, of New York This brief visit made possible because shell be in Tallahassee to speak at the Honda University on designing One very dear friend w ho'll be happy for even a fleeting glimpse ol her. long time intimate. Florence Kupperman. Another happy family group, Crystal House co-owners, the Sol Brooks, entertaining daughter Vickie (Mrs. Gerald Chosen) and grandson Mark al the swank residence The visitors mighty happy about exchanging frozen Sioux City. Io., for sunny Miami Beach Now grandfather Sol's greatest pleasure is showing Mark in person, instead of a photo lo his many friends Continued on Page 6-B Otv, owian s Temple Menorah Sisterhood plans its major annual fund-raiFing affair in the form o! a bazaur at the Temple Social Hall on Saturday night, opening 7:30 p.m., and all day Sunday. Left to right are Mrs. Jack Segal, bazaar co-chairman; Mrs. Ray Morse, president of Sisterhood; Mrs. William Carmel. ba14/oM zaar chairman; and Mrs. Samuel Hohauser and Mrs. Irving Solomon, co-chairmen. Ways c nd means vice president (not shown) is Mrs. Sam Schiffman. The bazaar will feature new merchandise, wearing apparel, housewares. groceries, and boutique items. Special attraction will be the carnival Sunday. MMl. SRIMATHI KANTHAMMA Noted India Woman Jewish Floridian Due at Tem P | e lsrael Flor;da, Friday, February 15, 1963 Section B Fashion Show Offers Double Bill Left to right are three of the four chairmen of the Combined h Appeal Women's Division Initial Gifts Luncheon this Friday at the Eden Roc Hotel. They are Mrs. Mandle Zaban. A. L. Glickman and Mrs. Sam Blank hostess. Mrs. E. A. allot, fourth co-chairman, is not shown. Extreme right is Sol Friedman, also taking an active part in the Feb. 15 con. Well over 2iMi reservations tor the Initial Gifts Luncheon of the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division were received by Pie beginning ol Ihe week. Mrs. Inez Krensky, chairman of the Women's Division, declared Wednesday. "The response to our gala fash ion show ol one-ol a-ki.ul Martha Creations, and the appearance of Mrs Israel I). Fink, national Women's Division chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who has led such an exciting life and has worked so closely with the resettlement ol Jews throughout the world, indicates that our luncheon Friday ai the Eden Hoc will be a mem orable one.' Mis. Krensky declared. A former member of the French underground forces during the Nazi occupation. Mrs. Fink did vital and dangerous work in rescuing Jewish orphaned children from the Nazis during World War II. Alter the war, she worked with Aliyah Beth, the organization which conducted secret immigration to Palestine, then Wider the British mandate. Born and educated in Paris. Mrs Fink and her first husband. Lt Yves Oppert, ol the French Army, both joined the Maquis when the Nazis overran France. Lt. Oppert v as captured by the Germans and executed, but his wife carried on Continued on Page 2-B Mme. Srimathi Kanthamma win speak to tne Sisterhood c.t Temple Israel ol Greater Miami next We uesdaj on "The Role of Women in India Her talk will follow a Bombay curry luncheon catered bj her daughter, Rosamma \> berg, who ia resident of Miami. In addition, next Wednesday's program will include a talk by Mrs. Harold Thurman on "Purim and the Pursuit of Happiness'' as part ol Sisterhood's emphasis on .he Jewish holidays and festivals The appearance of Mine. Kan lhamma is ol particular interest to Temple Israel, which has helped to support the Bcne Israel congregation in Bombay with funds and textbooks contributed by the Religious School. in this countrj to study American methods ot organizing volunteer services—everything from blood donations to child and matentity care—Mine. Kanthamma has spoken to a number of local organisations, A former Red Cross worker, she is devoting her life to raising the status of the women ol India, particularly widow-, who are traditionally unable to find a place for themselves in their huge u untry Mrs. James K. Lewy ichairman ol ill* program for next We I nesday, and Mrs George Gra will preside al thi business meet ing prior to Mme Kanthamma talk Kodesh PTA Pies! enl ol the newly termed PTA of Beth Kodesh Congregation is Mrs. Eugene Mitchell. Organized to promote student projects and stimulate social and religious activities, meetings of the organization are scheduled for the second Tuesday ol every month at 8 p.m On Sunday evening. Feb. 24. Beth Kodesh will present a film, "The Cantor's Son.'' with Moishe (>yslier and Michael Rosenberg. COFFEE WILL AID FAMILY SERVICE AGENCY Mrs. Kline to Host Women's Committee n • Committee of Jewish and Children's Service wui 1,1,1 a member-hip coffee on Tuesday, i p.m.. at the home of Lawrence C. Kline. 3500 Fla Dr., Miami Beach. se oi the coffee is to bon' %  new members oi Ihe Womenommittee, and to introduce prose ive members to ihe agency's We are honoring our new members because it is through their devoted assistance that we can succeed in the goalthat the Worn enCommittee haset for itself."' explained Committee President Mrs. Irving Fell. T,\ working to create a better social and moral climate, the Women's Committee helps provide the tools thai will strengthen tarn ily life in our community." Speaker lor the afternoon pro gram will be Miss Marie Anderson, Women's Fditor of the Miami Herald Her subject will be "Women's Role in Social Ser vice." In charge of attendance arran e ments is Mrs. Allan Herron, in 41 h Ter. '-an Marino Island, Mi ami Beach, Members of Island* Division of National Council of Jewish Women rehearse a recent skit at a combined membership meeting of Indian Creek and Islands Divisions. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Herbert R. Sobel, accompanist, Mrs. Benjamin Horowitz, Mrs. Irving Miller and Mrs. Joseph H. Kraus, director. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Stanley Arkin and Mrs. Rose Levine.


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Ace;. February 15, 1963 *-.* %  ** %  >** fk-rMfor. Page 11-C LEGAL NOTICE \ [ -.I COUNTY JUDGES COURT ZND FOR OADE COUNTY, T ORIDA. IN PROBATE No 58277-A liv 1 Istllte of • .U-Ki^, -.. OTICE TO CREDITORS tiiini unil All Persons Ha\ I >. in I.Again*! Bald I,, .,-. l.v notified and • % %  -, nl an) oliilmK and ir.i, mo mns have naa lust I KSSII: ELK IN i • ,,, I .. .|, I'. ,iml v I lot 1,1;,. ,,, Judge* nf I ";i< 1 %  ',11111 • ;|i,...nil.ill llllplll it* HMI .1, > i.i.n 7:'.:'.. 16, Iin tli.ii offices In tin' i.1 intle Count) K lot .,, .. i.ntl;,iin..milrron in si piil.ii, -.ill,. ii li.r< vim \. ill be be 11. .1 • Mini Florida, thin Mini ,i-j \ P. HUM VERY Zl KERNlCh \Kxecutor iriim ..i this notice on ,, i>| i -. 111:: 11 > I''.. ZlKEENiCK i;„ Hi.r II led., M .Hi'i Ben' Ii l :•:.. 2/1 S-1 IW£AW BY HENRY LEONARD I* 1 I \ NOTICE UNDER r ;TITIOUS NAME LAW K is HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl [lied, desiring i" engagi -..lnl.r tInfictitious ll.ini. i. AII: ACTS, nt lTio MerldMiami Beach, Florida, register said name with iii.Circuit ('..mi ..! Florida W.AN C. SENS tULDERT BENS /. s'll.VKi: ,v RCIIER %  ir Mnntctalf Apta. Building. Miami. Pin 1 %  ::.. •.' i -1 jn "You may be 'Blue Boy' to the rest of the world, but to me you'll always be 'My Little Hymie'." Copr. 1962, Do>enj Production! LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER F.CTITIOUS NAME LAW LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW \'irii i: iw HEREBY GIVEN • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undt>r*igned, iluslrtnst to engage In the iiml. v.-!gm .1. desiring to engace in 1, "-m. %  -under Hi. fictitious name ol l.usiti. -ss under ill.1 i, items n.mi. of I Topps I >i.in Centers ,.i 1327 and si'N STATI: l'\i.\"r .<: BOHY sis.. I' OS mfsliington""AVen'ffe, 'Miami In |i:,ii.County, li.. i.in Intend to Heach Intend* to register Mild nan •'. -i-i1 -.ii.1 11.111:. with the Clerk ol with the Clerk .,1 u., Circuit Court LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER r.CTIT.OUS NAME LAW \. • :•: is HEREBY OIVEN that 1 ne IIBACH AITS. MOTEL h.islne.s tin.l.-t |be flctltlou. t ojllll* A\.-.. Miami I..mil |-:|.|.v v.N*l> COMPANY ,t register said name .,|-, N K !_.-.,,, street n Ih LEGM. NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is HEREUY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in until.,.t* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File AA-20939 NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that lumhet Nathaniel W, Blegel holder of County Cltj ol Tux Kale Certificate N the Circuit <' 1 ..t 1 i.i.i.Count Florida. ,I( IHN MIT \K' DANIEL MII.I.Ki: JAMES 1 ri'Z.slMMi i.\s I'nft n. -i MARX F.VBER At t.-i I.. > for Can HI r* :' I-N-I %  :. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN 1l1.1t theundt rslancd, desiring to enienai In I lade 1'. .11111 -. II. 1 1.1.1 Tl 11'I'S 111SI 1.1' .\ T CENTERS U ASIIIN'i ;'i'i >N, I Nl l\t IVNEII & M \ NN lll-:i.MKit Atl •>> for To|i| I ii.-, -IIU' 1 'entei s-W iishlngton, Inc. %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni H'li'l-: Is' IIEHEIfY tilVEN th 1 hi iiidersimu d, • liitu I %  %  i-t 1, in, -until r 1 Ii. li'-ti: • ;mim%  lUH.I.II'AY INN HAIRSTYLISTS ll l.:'..i South I 'i\i> 11 1 hwn), 1' I lllll i. Ill .-.-!•business mi.l.-i ih. rictlllouH 1..in. ill -i.l mini.' > lilt tli. Clerk ol the Cir KA.M MON ItEST.WRANT at num. cult Court ol Ditili Count). I lo i.-. ber "318 Coll In* Avenue in Hi.Cltj ol Miami lleiich, hlorlila Intend t.r.uiM.r the -; %  i.l name with the Clerk of Hi.Circuit Court of hade County. Klorldii. Dated nt Miami, rlorldn, tlii.2Srd da) ..1 .liiiiimiv. I!>en Yl l.l.'nX 1 'Hi 1 .Ii E CHAN TAK VI'M I.AI Kl'EN CHAN All.11.n it/. RHvi r A Belli I At tin m ) for Aniilicanl •'.'7 Alnnle) Buildii ~ Minni :'.;. I'l..i Ida 2 1-^-1',-'-".' JERRY LINDEN II \ I KS'I 'Vl.lS IS INC. It) : .li:i:i i.Ml-; I. INI >EN, I : 1 '•'*"' "," l : l '"'" r Mtaml. Plorldn Intend* ... I-.-K, -..,-" th. the JUl dn) of May, A.D. IH57, ha* • J/'JTA%, id name with the Clerk of Hi.Clrfiled name Ir. my office, and hat made I.,, ,,. LIV,,.. !'"." Court .,f Dade County, Elnrldn. application for a tax deed t.. be iDAVIH Hill.I'EARI. ISCHECHTEH HARRIET CHL'SEl) 1 H\ tier* I'ST KIN' • 1 Applicant* 1 :•',. ." 1-8-15 Dated it Miini Florida, tli tli -n.-il Ihcr da) of l-'t 1.1 inn v. I 1 I NORMAN C. EDDY. Si-If ( IW II. I II \l:l:V \i ROSS Attni ney for Applicant %  : K-li-22, :: 1 NOTICE UNDER CTITiOUS NAME LAW I I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai I*. li-i:i;.l.\ GIVEN that th.. und.n.l K neil. denirlng to en;iKe ir 1. signed. ile*iiing to enRiise iHine** under the flctltlou* inder the fi.titi I-S.II.I Certificate 1 mbrace* the followinn described property in the County ..f Dade, stale of I lorida, to-wlt: Lot :• lllock 126, Hlaleah 17th Add Plat Book '.N! Itige I, in the '.unity of Mini., stui. of Elorlda. 'rii. :,-.-. -nii-nt ol said property under the Haiti certificate wan in the name of: Jo*, E. Nyce, I'nleNH .-.iiii certificate shall be redeemed according t" law, the propi rt) iU*>i-fii.. .t herein \\ill be sold t.. ih -iKnen. ie* rinir 10 enmise 11. Iiu*lne** under the flctltlou* name of ,,,..,:,. n ,., "V,. „ ill 1" .1.11,'. let he fi. tiiii. us name* .-t JONES M MIKI'T it IttT N vv sili Li %  •-"' ,1 '" "'• ^4.^nVn* 1S Ave T n.!e K $&&&£?& Wl^^ Ma 0 { Jft^,? %  h ,Ch & "" ,l %  'i',.:";'.:: 1 ::;.:-:; A ^'•si^; l, rs : ;:. ,"' N :s ,^ "-JB '•,* .,:, „, .„>. I tour! ol Dnde Count). Attorney* foi Kpplicanl K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Act! of 1941 File AA.20945 NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that s.-il Alfterlli and A Punculdo holder nf Clt) i.t" Miiiini f.b 11 s.,l, 1 ,-: tlflcate N .. .'11". i.-.-n, .1 Hi, tit I, da) ,,1 June, A.D. I9i>. ha* filed name In 11 ( ..111. an.1 li..s ma 1.application for H tax il. .1 to he i-.1u.1l thereon. Bald Certlficnte emliruce* the follow InK described propert) in the Count\ of Dade, stu 1" Florida, t..- II l...t 1 lllock 1 Ru) Hard) Bubillvl*lon I'la I 1 :....i, •; l>|fi 11 in th.city of Miami, Count) of I lade, st;it...I Klorldn. The u**e*aiiient of >:,iii propert) under the -.ii.l reitlflcate wa* in the n..ni. of: I'nkiiown, I'nle** Ktild certificate *hall be redeemed iii.-i.1 iliim to law, the pro|iert) il.-.i rii..-. 1 herein "ill be >. -1<1 to ihi hlehe*| I. ill. I. t:.; tinCourt ll"ili-iil "ii tinfirm Monday in the month • •! Miin-h, I SKI, which is the 4ih da) ,.t March, IS63. \ B, Bat til 1 lii29th day of January. LEAH OREENBERG, I-:. I! LEATHERMAN, Clerk of 1 %  .; Court, 1'inliCounty, Eiorida taeull IS) i: M, LEEI'ER, iH-put) Clerk L' I -s-I ".-"_' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 953 GI'ILLERMd HERN AN lln.NILLA, IMalntlff, V In IR \ EI.VIA in-Nil.I. \. I left tula HI NOTICE BY PUBLICAT.ON Tl • I IRA ELVIA Ul iNII.I. A Calle r.l -A. N,|.. ItoKotu, 1 'alum Yi 'I' ARE HEREBY notlfli .1 th I idalnl for I il\it ce has bei '1 .iL.ini-t you, .in,1 you iiri hereby r-.quired I,. .-.-1 .. :, cop) ... 1 nui An • BUM to the Complaint mi the ilaln tin** attorne), LESTER RtMIERS, whose uddre** I* :''.'l N.W. nth Street Miami, l-'i hi, ami file the orialnui ..f your Ansiv.-r In the offlci %  •! the Cli rk of th. Eli .. nth Judicial Circuit In nud I ,\ you I i:ii.-il tin _• .tli da) "i Januur). I E. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk. %  'Ircitll 1 ..in t, 1 •. ile 1 '.inn ,. (."lor %  -..ill K) 1: K GRI'lti:, Deplit) Clerk 2 IN THE CIRCUI r COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 62C 13702 Judge Joe Eaton HARRY GREENBLRi;, I'lnintlff, -!.\|.|\ METRICK • ,\ ERlKli, i:.-.|s. mi Met rick ltd Ul im Bi II Ii, Pin K,2 1-s-lS -£ COUNTY JUDCiF'S COURT .D FOR DADE COUNTY. r -0RIDA IN PROBATE. No ~S$:3-A licCii I.I'M -E TO CREDITORS 11 l \M i'. r*om Hav0" Alns'e) Itulini 11 Ml:imi .'•-, Klol ul.1 21 l-S-1 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 58233-A IN RE Ealnti ol UETTB BET \NCOCRT Deei .is.,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS Circuit Court, Bade County, hlorlda 1-1.. 1 lly: 1: M. LEEI'ER, Deput) Clerk %  : i-s-L.-ss I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File AA-20?32 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that v liei Martin holder of City ol Hlalo All ivditirs and All I'erw.m llav:..,i, Tax sale Certificate No Ilia aim* -.i Demand* Attains! SaldU Ur ,| ,1,,. : ( ,| a} ,.,.\|.,, \|, ,,., r.*tate has filed sauie in in) office, and has "" • %  %  her.li) notified and v.made appllcati .1 tax deed I i'" 1 1 '" present an) claims and Ue| ,s-u.,i tt„,. Bald Certificate emVxalnst Said mand which you ma) havi an* 11*1 ..,,,,., n,, the -i.itof RK '' PE BETANCI 'I RT hi-reli) notified and rercenm-d late ol Dnde County, rlorldn, nd to the County .ludKc* of iHide %  -1 %  hiui against ly. and ii'. Ihi -. In their %  .•t 1 I..VIEl! MeCiil.l.l \l in lit-Count) Courthouse In Dude Dade County, ElorCounty, Klorida, within -i\ calendar nunt) .Indues of Ihidi month* from ihi date ••' iln fkr* :..| file the -.mi.n duplicate publication heref, or the *ame will r tided In SiK'tioll 7: i... be Imn-.-il. .in.-, in their offictf* in ERAXCES Bl.t'MOARTEN Courthouse In Dade ConnAdministratrix la. within nix calendar month* BERNSTEIN .v MILLER %  tin firm publication Attorne) for Administratrix tin sum. will I.. Iinrn.l. 1 II 1 Ci.iiL-t. ." BuiidlnK til Miami, l-lorida, ihi2:lrd Miami, Florida ry, A|I. IMS. I I 2--, : Tl "LI N IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA IN CHANCERY CASE NO. 63C 754 JOSEJ. ECIIEVARRIA OIBI'ERT, i'lnintlff, MYRTA \l PEREZ ECHEVARRIA, 11. 1.ml:,nt. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO: Mrrta M Perex Echevarrln 1 IBR M'i \ Ni 1 % %  ', HAVANA. CUBA TOE. MYRTA M. PEREZ BCHfi. VARRIA, Obrupla No. .".',, Havana, Cuba, are retiuired 10 file yout anMWer to the Complaint for Divorce, ell) in tli l-'l following .i. s.t'iiii .1 prop 1 'until .'. ,-! I .eli-. Slit NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 63C 961 ll ISEI'HINR MONTI, Plaintiff, \ B. A XI' I It i.NY A Ml 'Nil. 1 '• 1. ndhnt. SUIT FOR DIVORCE in ANTHONY A. MONTI L'T:' Van Drum Streel N v Yo 1, vNTHi iNY A Ml IN II • il 1 ha I .1 1 till ol C..111plaint foi 1 livtirce Ii 1* lie, n .!-.:. 11 -I > i It, .ilnl you :i Iri'll lo seri • :i 1 %  ; \ .-I An-v r %  • I'leudn_ 1.. ti..mil ..1 Complainl on the Befeiidiiut. NOTICE TO DEFEND l'i 1. LEAH GREEN IIEIIG ... I., sii. hi. I.l 1136 Brintell Btn el I 'ii' sburgh, 1 vnn-v l\n ni:, Yi .I'. LEAH HREENIIERi; nre iifi,-.l that 1 complaint for divor,.i .been filed attains! you, i*jid you are retiuired In \. .1 cop) <-i > our an swer on the plaintiff* attvri DANIEL NEAI. HELLER, S10 A le) Btilldlnir, Ml ml .".:'. Klorida, .'in.l file iluorlaluai nn*wer in the Cli ..1 the I'M. tit 1 'ottrt's 1 mi, n 1 ih, -ih da) ..I l-'il.i ttar). I • % %  It >ou fall !•• .1 %  HO, 'udKiiteni b) fault A ill l„ inki n tiKalnsI > ou I 'tiled t lii22nil 'I I of .1 11 .. %  i: l: LEATHERM \N Cli if the C 11 nt (weal) By: C I' Col'EI.A> I'. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T O? 11.inie of .1. VV. Reed I'nle** Bald certificate shall b>i*,-.!.. in, .1 according t.. law, the propert) il.-si-riin-.i herein will be Bold t< tin hutheHi biiiii. r at the Court H..11.Tlil* notice sli.ill be pulill*heil once .-:ii-li week for four consecutive Week* in THE JEWISH l-'l.1 'KM '11 VN I'l'Ni: AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this 25th da) of January, on I.in. ... 1 Rd II Miami rHI li. l-'l.. A Executor of tinnotii .•t 1. in ILU %  >. issa I. 'IW IN foi Estate Rd. Itlda., M B Fta. : i-N-i'.-'.". ,. door on the first Monday In the month r 'i. ,".,",%  e 1 :'! : Vlnreh• li'cS 3, """" '"" "" ""* ,: "• LEATHERMAN. Clerk. t f! .Man n. i,i... ni M ,.d i*.,.i.d 1 ,t.. •..,.,., i.-i. ..; Dated this SBth da) of Jan.,:,,). ^Jrcuit Court. Bad^. County. Florida Bepiit) Clerk MAC MERMEI.L ISOO s W. Third Avenue Miami :ii:. Florida Attorne) for Plaintiff 2 l-S-l.1-22 NOTICE UNDER CTITIOUS NAME LAW K IS HEREBY ISIVEN that ler*lKned, ,l.-ii itm to envnire %  -mi.1. 1 the flctltlou* mime ii Mi IRE \i'Ts in number • ins Avenue in the Clt) "i Beach, Florida, Intend t" the s.ii.i name with ihc '• tin i'i'nt Court of Dnde ii Ida. A LAN c. BENS GILBERT BENS IRVV IN BAKER fiN'iVITZ. SILVER A si 111:1: ( '.•.'• Building. Miami, l-'la. 1 S3, :• l-S-18 1 TMB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN INO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE. No. 58445-A Li Esmteof FREDA V. 7.1i:i:i,i:i: '•I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS •lit..is and All Persona llav"s or Demands Agalnat Bald re hereby notified and re1 :.. present any claim* and deinis which you may have againHt '•• of EREDA V. ZIEOLER %  %  %  • • Lite of Dade County, FL.r, to the Bounty Judges of I'a.i. >nty, ami fii,. the name in duptlua provided in Beet ion TS3.IH, statutes, in their offices in nt) Courthouse in Dade Coun1 • da, within sixcalendai month* '" th. um ,,, ,,„. ,| rst publication the -am.will be barred, it Miami, Florida, this IM %  liruary, A.D. 1961 'kill I'll \ \ i.CI.ZKE LBtlN \ EPSTEIN AExt cutora 'N A. EPSTEIN % % % % %  for Esl iti n Rd Miami Bench, Ha, B-15-22, 3 1 with the Clerk ..t the above Court, ami -. 1,.a cop) thereof upon Gino H Negrettl, Attorne)-, I0-1I Congress Building, Miami. Florida, on or bef the 25th day %  •: l ebruary, IMS, or els,complaint will be taken as confessed. Dated January -"-'. IMS. 1: B. LEATHERM VN Clerk of the Circuit Court (seal) By: K. M. I.YMAN. 1I.-I.III> Clerk 1 : %  -.. S i--ir. lUslnesB iin.ler the fmlitous name of ; of Miir ,. h { c>„ x which is the 4t.li day IARTONS HONBONNIERE at HI of March, lt. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (ilVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In buslnes I.. Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Fla., Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MORRIS MII.SToNK Hole 1 • n.-r LEON A. EPSTEIN Attorne) for Applicant 1/85, 8/1-8-lfi 1:. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit 1.-mi. Dade County, Klorida (seal 1 IJ) : It. M. LEEI'ER, 1 icputy Clerk :• I-8-1.-.-2" j NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722—Acts of 1941 File AA-20941 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel VV. Slegel holder of Count) Tax Sale Certificate No. 3196 Issued S and S AIR CONDITIONING CO., the 1st da) of June, A.D. I960, has I a Plorlda cor aili.n. filed same in m) office, and has mndi I'laitnlti. application for Q tax deed to be issued x ~ tiu-reon. Bald Certificate embrace* Mi'i. \NI 1: 1:. su .\i:i/.. iiu-t.. the following dt scribed property in and PATRICIA S ARTZ, the Count) %  •! Dade, sun. ol Florida, i 'L. i X'-l'!j.'X s r .„ .,„, .-.-,... to-wlt' NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Lot 8 Less K t.S 11 Blook :-l TO: MEI.ANIB 11. SWARTZ. Tru*tei Bale Miller Tract., Plai Book 2 c/o Goldman IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 63C 928 l'i • I ll'Nl AN A Ml RAE 60 Print .Ai thin At emu Toronto ".. 1 into 1 Ic C. 111:1.1:i Yi T ARE HEREBY notified that 1 Complaint for Divorce has 1 filed against you, and >..u an hereb) r. quired to serve a cop) of you, Answet : to the Complainl on the Plaintlfl I attorn,.) "LESTER ROGERS, whow nddress I* !l N.W. llih Street, Miami. Florida, and file the original of your Answer In the office nf the Clerk • •t tin Eleventh Judicial Circuit ii. and Dadi Count), Florida, on .•: before the Uih da) ol March, IMS. In default of which the Complaint ili bi taken : 1 "••jw'be* In the door on the first Monday in the month omptalnt filed In this suit, which Ll'-n onennih,*rs the following descrlbed property, situate In Bade County, Plorlda. to-wlt: l^.l If, Block ISO. REVISED PLAT OF* .MIAMI SHORES, Section 8, according to Plat Hook ::. Page << %  %  1.1 the Public I:,-.,.ni.. in and Por 1 .mi.County. Florida, also known a. 1030 -NI-: 8th Street, Miami 3S. Florida, ami fin other relief, and \..u lire retiuired to file your Answer t> said Complainl with the Clerk of the above st\li-il 1*1.nit am) to Mil. ,1 cop) i thereof on Plaintiffs Attorney, .\l\s-; 1.1:1: l: FERDIE, 1782 Weal Flagler Street, Miami :'..".. Plotida, not later than the iih da) of March, lS, In default ii which said Complaint "ill 1.. taken .,confessed l-> you. DATED at Dade, Miami. 11.-ii.la. iiiiSRth tin) of January, IMS. 1:. c. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, 1 It Court, Dade County, Florida By: K. M. I.YMAN. Deputy Clerk I 1-8-15-22 i:i'\\ IN SI:I;I,I:AL f i:i,l V BEGLEAI' 1'. .-t 'Wllers HAROLD 8TRPMPF" Attorne) for 1 iwnet %  ; 1-v-i -ss Haled this 2:ith day of January, IMS. 1:. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk ol Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida (seal) By: Ft M. LEEPER, lit put) Clerk 2/1-8-15-22 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai thi undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STANLEY ACTS', at ISO 84th Street, Miami Beach, Florida, intend to register said name with the Clerk of tinCircuit Court of Dade County, Plorlda. s ALAN c SENS /s GILBERT SK.NS ARONOV1TZ, KILTER BCHER Attorneys for Stanley Aptn. (07 Ains'i. > Building, Miami. Kl.i 1 23,1 l-8-i; ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeni§t' fkricfcm solicits your legal notices. Wa appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates ... Dial Fit :M65 for messenger service



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* ifmist TlrrHfrr Friday: Febraary 1 1 Martin Buber Honored on 85th Birthday JZXCSALLIXM — .~7 The Hefcr'-£!? sod the I Ktviemj eg Snwm jecatry | a smrhrisi here Prrf V % %  her at 11 k h i ali as) ef "JK saraat t a9rh h a th day Dr HuiLT wa pres%  IBC ef -JI* Academy of Sexeaees _-.-_ -C v--hi RSBpBad SB! -a Rhir. %  %  -.-.i>. -.-%  • :-. % % %  %  -•-•' *ii 1 the Mar Jewis* Stesear-! to 1933. the year the Kazaj easse to perer %  3.-.-. J^ii P.* •' hical *crti res %  the oiterpre3. work Ml 1 ;*r stressing "the ssflaa dity for one jreaturei." .: %  %  %  %  A m^TTvr.acJ^rrr-mzs -^r.-. ^s wet: ~ .c* -veeac i Jecay Awn .u.--r.c-: V.'c—er. s A=~r>t" OBT at tbe Fotifer-v--..^eSw ; o f Chaarog the aa^are Mr, Her E T Jl Jti Tb^ a Mrs Asrahaa (Mom |MiM < the B ac *i. *^? SJf ^ --_.-. lower House *• r *' ,e s at 5 30 PJn s m orning service* are at m ._ .iith Rabbi Henry Schorr reporting on the Flonoa State CorJt-rence on Senior Cituens heid kn OrUndo this *eek Hu topic Life to Our Year* New and delicious! If you like CHEESE KREPLACH Ravioli %  '. .--..7.2 %  -.;-'::......; :.-. E—i Warn a* : eacatan Ltadhi Irhnc Bath a-Le AH Ciark. ; re h'Vanne Veh Theresa A.-.. In Cai Lau.-r. Bw I f;..zabeth AJier. £.: --.-. Graj and Dan Marfeba. The play is directed b> Ja> A Jenier. kfh student director. Frances Hr.':.-.z'-r and stage manazer. AndreG.-eer. IN SAUCC jus* h' You'll love CHEF BOY-AR-DEB CHEESE RAVIOLI Hear family, guests, cheer for that real Italian flavor created by limed Chef Boy Ar Dee. Tender fettle macaroni pies...filled with tengy Italian Cheese...simmered With savory tomato sauce and cheese...seasoned the real Italian way. So much tastier and •aster than the frozen kind. So Much thriftier, too—cost* only •bout 15c par serving! Emma Lazarus Study Group Next Oneg ShaBbat study group Of Emma Lazarus Hadaa&ah will be held at the home of Mrs Bar ney Joseph. 8fs50 Carlyie Ave., on Saturday at 1 p.m. "Trial and Error,'' by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, ifl be reviewed by i Mr'. Herman Angerman. rth discussion led by Mrs. Norman Meyers, president, and Mrs William Ljpsitz. education vice president. Mrs. Joseph White will,teach Israeli songs. Mrs Barney Joseph, hostess, v. ill be assisted by Mesdames Jack • Cutler. Jack Spatz. Max Grant and Murray Rettler Goodwill Group Plans Luncheon odwill Group of Greater Miami will hold a luncheon and card party on Thursday. Feb. 21, at Beth El Congregation. Funds raised uill be used to purchase clothes and food for the • • • %  :y. Hostesses are Mesdames Kate Hyatt. Laura Hirsch. Ceiia Flume, ar.d Mr Rubin Hyatt. President of the group is Mrs Carrie Hoffman. Ce'aate s New A n Je .. :~ -•.'. -e za:e..-. a fa. '• appears r. a purpose N.-.-: i :' quicker thai ;-e-er the possible. 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The makers of Maxwell House are old hands in the art of blending coffee, and the results of many years of perfecting the best possible ..:'.r-'r and keep the %  So at Pyear ke your guest! feel -.--.; %  r Mazwell Efee that's"good-to-theia---:.: • • MStfs App4 Products Mott's -ppie products offer housewives an opportunny to get rax* .e:r Punm meals. Mott's appie sauce, which has a.ways beer, a favorite m homes everperfect side chsh with a.-.y meal. For a different taste sensation. Mot: s had.r.e some delicious blending and come up with AppleF.a-pberry sauce, made with rich, red. npe raspberries, and AppleCranberry Sauce, made uiih rangy red cranberries. These are blended *ith the finest apples in Apple Land, so the end result is notnir.g but good eating. Another Mott's product that has gamed wide acclaim :Hot! I Apple Juice. This is rich, natural apple juice with ro sugar added. I also produces a fruit juice which is actually five "good health" juices in one delicious drink. 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Pcge 12-B vMnist ffcridfi&n Friday, February 15 196J T n P v c a n B of m F> N te d< E h fi fi b I b a 1 0 1 o 1 Gait Pearly by Hal Pearl The Tenth Man's Dyhbuk Exorcise] MAKING THE RCLND5: \ %  Scala 1 • S • The M'b basf-S*! irg -*rs=-a!bum for weeks has been Tony Se MtM I U— v -4.,-. r SJF-a->c see. Tfr*v baa bean breakir records. tC lic.r-'v.. • •.---..--< MiHens CJC N c-^ T. Eder> Rs< Cafe Pcr-pe.i a' the cek tt MM 1 Baai s cj-eer. SM his apeoaeaaa at Cinmw H* on June Senre-* h ai yene on to his araofaal s-e>* se and pop.t>. • %  ... M r*>t She's bet .. %  • This U .:• :: %  ::• .;• -.-; ::It the area Tbe Me The to be by [sky. which opened at the Pla) :> tha .^ogue stton is: %  • it? Is Put I re's tbi : %  -•.%  T 7:. PK the sbo% coer P*99 Lee holes the spe*l<9ht at the Cafe Crist a I of the D p s—a' And P*S>9> 1-** a>or4 ear-tingling. The Tack Ro.v at the Dip*erat comir^.** to feature Pi/pi Cimpe s rches*-a and the Accents a tr.e for coneinuov* dancing. The BK71 She > k for her performances oa the S %  %  <• and Bob: BBBSC a Base eeae keeaeae of has eoastar • : -der*. hi> remrrsea to :be Musketeer rwaa *a the .... • • STAGE AND SCREES ~ %  32 %  bairoi %  d of tbe evenii %  %  %  • Bod Karl IB A a %  I M=r: _^5 :..-:rez^r.c -ev Acir.esi3-.z Tit Partri? A-l ::>_: %  S s %  -Ker1 r -. :. :. :-.r-.i: -t: F i K: -•:• % %  ~ rrrar-Baa) aachdy at her aa enac. ?;%  i Ftaet Grwaas ^r .;v-f V Dirorce %  Italioa Style fi, WOBSMCC s Mcyk %  Pare HERE AMO TMERE IT JR had a tax hi AJps. aari 3 Saekec B at J AjcJ ef s K< by BHdB VahA traw. k -*e *%  a AM 7 • r *-• <: %  ->: %  • i.. ; V -r.-i : ;-• pel aaraaaaevs. paa>aa{ %  oa a :ii 11 a aajNj a see* KSeearie a ia i u a ^ 1* Charies Teaaaar aai W—w Myer* are two ti the Iraaa at the limhaJbi kaaflaaaker at the DOjrfkt Baaei aH-Braadhnn ahaaaj laaas JaadhaVs jaax t a m hi heads the aaaaaac aha* at the ar* taai ~ ^ad SL aad Pad 16aaat Beach, asartaaf Fraaa-i J am Nat RATNER FOR know the old way of life will [ m %  dehe.i 't the ma> %  ProJ **B| .j %  •?.-zr. e: z::.'..z:.\ z::z: z: :he Arr.er::~n zr.d Yiddish ttagaa ploy* 'he role of rfirachmaxui the Cabalist who pedanni the ancient ritea c: exorcism of the Dybbuk in Paddy Chayaoi priae-winninq com edy-dram a, Tr.e T e D I h .Van at the Cc-rcnu! Grove Playhouse. played by I.. • comfortable f. ; It ould be played by M u her hall Foreman tbe outl 1 iie had to hatar ee B H .?i| • I'jcoa, I anr! a UflMa ." :nd the corner s Withal, thi* bi theatre most of r M>I .e aboc I sh | f certainly irai -LeoMmdfcl Wl ELECT David Drucker STATE LEGISLATURE Attorney at low femer Ass't. County Solicitor Writ. Judrth Nelson Drucker; 3 Children World War II Veteran Major, UJ. Marine Corps Past President Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood; B'nai B'rhh; Masonic Order; Elks; Optimists. DRUCKER will fight to Bring Industry to Dade County so as to provide more employment and better wages. D R U C K E R will fight to Raise the Level of Education. DRUCKER will fight to Get Rid of the Slum Areas. D R U C K E R will fight for Welfare and Medical Aid for the Aged and Needy. DRUCKER will continue to fight for Fair Reapportionment.



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Page 16-A knuf FkrHitr Friday. Februcry U Soviet Denies B'nai B'rith Blood Libel Charges The Guardian here carrying the Soviet denial, points out that the Movccw Joint Jewith-Moilem statement avoids mention of tKe relevant fact* and therefore "adds plausibility" to the oriinal reports. LONDON — JTA The Sorirt pf-ss z-rvr.Novosti has circulated a joint statement issued in OAettrtafl h) itwUk and Ms conference in WastUnglOT last month thai Wood UbcT* pogroms on lesn t^rJc place ;*, the two I'zbe* %  "' %  .f Tashkent arid ta. The de in* Wood ritual lib*!' The d • Aand Mo*, ar MMBe mimn who runs < Among feotl cri the ar.nuc! COtD• %  ie %  %  • % %  .-. Music Fesl vol riH be the TeW] fat shown above in rehearsal under the direction of Can:cr Jacob Bornstein The Festival, sponsored by the Greater Miami Jew.-.-. Corr.rriurrity Center, with the cooperation -,': the Cantors Assn.. will be presented on Sunday evening Feb. 24, 3:15 D~ larael and wiil include c number -: Dthei performing groups. Len to right are Cover. Fred Reibel* Nancy Vereer.. tttemore. Marilyn Pecrce, Paul Seanaan Carroll Smith, cccompanist, Harold Fronts, end Cantor Bernstein. Not shown :s Miss Caroivn Pecrce. Israel Keeps Eye on New Iraq Rule Continued from Paoe 1-A lure of the at i r gimc The coniamong abaerven hen; ap pe n Id be that the new Iraqi regime would favor better relations uith Waiter but %  •ill not teek any form of political union with him and thus not bring about any major changes in the political com pl xion of the ana Col. Mohammed Aref, who heads the new government in Iraq, is known in Israel for his prc-N*ii sentiments. It is considered likely that he will not rush into *n unprepared union with Egypt, especially since his cabinet inclut's-s a substantial number of members of the socialist Baath Party which is dedicated to Pan-Arab unity but is nevertheless against Nasser. However, it is taken into consiri eratioo here i>...t the revolution in Iraq may have its impact outside %  i Iraq's frontierespecially on Jordan where internal opposition to Kiny Hussein appear* to have grown recently The opinion pre\ ailing here is that much will depend on the stability of the preent regime in Iraq. A weak re gimc would invite intensified s u b rereive activities both from Naster'l -ide and trom the side of the Soviet bloc-. This would set in motion developments apt to npael the political balance oi po%er in the an. 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aflKt asa>> an>t 'Jewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WitKLY Volume 36 — Number 7 Miami, Florida. Friday. February 15. 1963 Three Sections — Price 20* Israel Keeps Eye on Iraq; New Chief Aref Pro-Nazi IN. KtNNFTH MATING 1,500 DELEGATES EXPECTED United Jewish Appeal Opens 25th Inaugural Sunday on Miami Bch. e l.oiw community campaign leaders From all pints of tinare gathering here to atend the 25th national Inaugural con if the United Jewish Appeal on Sunday al the Pontainebleau %  Tl inference wilt mark the launching of the 1963 UJA nt Appeal's rescue, resettlement .n for SiW.ooo.noo an.l com^ rehabilitation work. te a quarter-century oi Mayor Kenneth Oka proclaimed the week of Feb. 11 to 17 as "UJA Week in Miami Beach" in honor of both the organization's 25th anniversary and the 1963 campaign. Joseph Meyerhoff, UJA general chairman, declared that the con ference will prove to be "one ol the most exciting and Stimulating meetings in the already rich annals of the Appeal, as individuals and community spokesmen report initial large gifts to the 1!>63 cam paign." Principal speakers will include Israel Ambassador Avraham Harman. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, of New York, and Meyerhoff. while the light entertainment Continued on Page 7-A JERUSALEM — (JTA) — Israel's Foreign Office this week declined to make any comment on he revolution in Iraq which elatd Egyptian Premier Nasser, following the assassination of the 19-year-old Iraqi Premier Gen •ral Abdul Karim Kassem last Friday. (The general feeling in the Unit •cl States was that the new regime 1 n Iraq may spell danger for the resent regime in Jordan and may 'Ventually also affect Israel. In I Aashington. the Stale Depart nenl said that "it was too early'' <> assess the implications of the Iraqi coup d-etal with respect to relations with Iraq's neighbors." \ State Department spokesman InHeated it might take several days it!. r< the situation might be clarified.) Israeli quarters were follov ing he latest developments in Iraq ery closely. They said that proper evaluation ol the situation will be possible onlj after more etails are received about the naContinued on Pa.ie 16-A BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS' US in Recognition of Regime; Pro • Nasser Sentiment Strong WASHINGTON— UTAi —The United States formallj recognized the new Iraqi Government, the state Department announced hen. three days after the overthrow of the Kassen regime. The Departmei l -aid that U.S. charge d'Affaires in Baghdad Roy Melbourne has been instructed to notify the new government of the ecision in writing With the recognition went this government's "best wishes for success and prosperity" and tv hope "for expanded and strengthened ties' between the I'.S and Iraq. The Department announce niert said it has been assured bj the leaders ol the new regime tha ail international obligations would e honored which is regarded as a major condition ol such recognition. The Wall Street Journal reported from Washington meanwhile that what U.S. policy makers, in the aftermath of the Iraq coup, "may be confronted with r.cw, they know, is anarchy or explosion" in the Middle East. The paper said Administration officials, scanning the Near Eas horizon, wen considering the poss Continued on Page 5-A State Dep't. Excludes JTA Bureau Chief; Official Says Briefing for 'American Press' INFORMATION ACINCY 'IXPIAINS 1 PAGl b-A JOSEPH MITFRHOFF Senate Gets Bill to Erase Bias in Immigration Law WAi IINGTON — (JTA) —Two. provisions with the exception WASHINGTON (JTA) — The barring of a Jewish Telegraphic DEAD AT 92 Agency reporter from a Stale Department briefing on the Palestine —^^——— Vrab refugee question was raised in the United States Senate this week The briefing dealt with the resignation ol Dr. Joseph Johnson. Palestine Conciliation Comm'SRion special envoy to the Middle East, who studied the refugee problem. The incident occurred on Jan. 28 i vhen Milton Friedman, chief Washj to the Department of State. The ngton correspondent of the JTA.' press section of the Department vas denied admission by Robert C. made it clear, however, that it j Strong, director of the State Decould not overrule Strong and tell %  aliment's Office on Near Eastern, him which correspondents he was Mlairs. to a briefing he was conto see. Membeis of the State De Britain Pays Tribute to Late Lord Samuel LONDON — (JTA) The re dieting Friedman, on seeking ad|partmedt's press section personally mains of Lord Herbert Samuel. expressed their regrets to Priedfirst unbaptized Jew ever to serve E epar; -•. but similar bills aimed al li-..lizing United States immiquotas were introduced in iinv ate this week. On< measure, introduce I by Demo .tic Sen. Philip Hart, of Michigan, with the bipartisan sup port : 30 other Senate members, woul' authorise the annual isthat it would reduce to 40,000 the number of visa* reserved for refugees without regard to national origin. The remaining 10,000 visas would be granted to persons with special skills critically needed by the United States. nission to the briefing, was inOrmed thai attendance was by inflation only. The correspondent was told that Strong had personally prepared the list of correspondents to be permitted attendance and that he did not desire a JTA representative to attend because the briefing was only for American media. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency •nd Friedman are fully accredited man. Strong himself, in a discussion with the JTA correspondent, said iluntly that he did not approve of naterial Friedman had written on the .Middle East, criticized Friedman tor what he said was use ol information lrom Congicssiona. sources which, he said, reflected unfavorably on State Department polices, and complained that Is Continued on Pge 8-A as a member of the British Cabinet and tirst High Commissioner .or Palestine un, er the League ot Nations mandate, were interred this week alter private funeral serrices. He died at 92. The lam ily announced 1'iat a memorial service will be held for him at the West End Synagogue here on Feb. 18. Born at Liverpool in November, Continued on Page 2-A The Rhode Island lawmaker said suanct if 250.000 visas distributed designed to correct as fo s: 50.000 for refugees or %  ,/TT* h jrrio „v hat. he termed "noxious barriers' DENIES HE RESIGNED BECAUSE OF DISSATISFACTION Klutznick Lauds Kennedy Friendship NEW YORK — i JTA i — •There "The independence and security | guests at the dinner devoted also i-cji regardless of quota restrict -; 120.000 to be allocated to U.S. immigration. He charged amor, countries on the basis of the present quota .system is based a P' irtion Ol immigration tojon ••prejudice rather than arith-%  *„ j ,"". .'" n affirmed, "are anI toward raising funds for two ad during the last IS years; n.etic." In .n.roduc.ng his j_o.nlU no gap" 'between Preddrt Ken-1 BM.1^ n^ati^ ^^ ^ „_,-„„,, Bnaj Zlon Foundatton pro Jects in Israel and to highlight ing the word of the Jewish Nu Mr. Klutznick. who retired from iona i Fllm | nt anl maIlv tributes •permanent immigration policies more consistent wi of our present fort the I during the last 15 years; metic. in inirtiiiui:iu iua j" i< no gup MW rw.. s„ and s-"00 to be divided among ly sponsored bill. Senator Hart] ne dy' a publicly expressed attitude counts in proportion to the size told his colleagues that the HUMS' (mvan| lan9 \ aiu | his "earnest of the population. It would set ure would make this country s ^ dedicated performance." as ft) •gration policies prov(1( by his riec i slon to permit his ambassadorship at the conelu, % Klutznick in messages from ith the demands ^^ ro purt haso tne Hawk antl S ion ol the last UN General Assempresident Kennedy. Israel's Prime reign policy re. lircraf mlss ji e i>|,ilip If. Klutzhly. was the guest of honor here Minister David Ben-Gurion. Isa ceiling of 3.000 per country. The other bill, introduced by Sen. Claibome Pell, Rhode Island Democrat, who was also one of the co-sponsors of the Hart Bill contains virtually the same quirements ent n Continued on Page 6-A fif? iiick. former U.S. Ambassador to at the annual Order Day dinner rae would •present national and racial dis-I J h e ^ „7lVd ~ N a t ion s Economic and of Bnai Zion. American fraternal Social Council, declared here Zionist organization. The 1.200 Foreign Minister Gold:* Continued on Page 9-A



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February 15, 1963 hnislfioridi&r Page 11-A lidates Off and Running for 12 New Seats I noon-is the finnJ hour for qualifying-m the race to win U ; Coonty; -bettering onTTdfltational [in rhe House and one new seat in the Senate, which Dane program; and taking advantage of Wed under the reapporuonment plan. As of mid-week, well: ne reapport.onment by getting a .odidates had already submitted their names to be placed | fair share for Dade in the April First primary is set Feb. 26. Among candidates running session of the legislature the following: (See Sec. B and C for other listings.) • • %  Loots Wolfson nlf.-on, fourth generation bndian, and executive grams," points. and nine other major; S. A. Bobbins S. A. Bobbins, Hlaleah attorney. I has announced his candidacy for Wolfson. 33, of 4595 Meridian the State Legislature, ot Wometco EnterAve., is married to the iormer VirtcPfit XT. Giblin'forlhe Senate.' Allan B. Kessler, Miami attorn-; ey, was named campaign man-j ager, and chaired at the breakfast. Giblin is described by his supporters as one of the most ag-, gressive fighters for the people's' rights. His election to the State Senate is expected to put a skill-. ful debater, and a mature pro crats. He is the son of Ted Eefting, former city engineer and nww director of Public Works for the ICitv^of Miami. -, %  • •• i Harry Boehme, Jr. Bobbins has been a Dade Colin-j gressive lawmaker in the Florida' ty resident 14 years. He obtained | senate." his law degree at the University j a of Miami by working his wayl Ron lc Ee ftin 9 milk [accelerated efforts toi Boemhe. 35. is a member of Mi ; West Dade Junior Chamber of! re space age and other, ami's Slum Clearance Committee. | Commerce, president of the < sent .. has opened campaign! Lynn Rab >n I at 50 SE 81 h St. j a candidate for state! live in Group 13. Harry Boehme. Jr., has entered ; through night school as a ...^-, s platform calls for | hf raff for stale representative; man a : nounced ani qualified for candi ; a better Dade County ,n Grou P I He lias^ been president of thej d ate for House of Representatives. Group 11. Eefting is the district vice pri-se industries to Dade: His platform includes support for' 0 6 J Balkig Lodge of B nai, ident of the staU y ,,„„., Demo ate tax reforms to beneurban renewal, federal aid to eduB'rith. president of the Hialeah— County, more state parcation, and racial and religious Miami Springs Bar Assn.. and is currently secretary of the Palm Springs. Lions Club. Robbins is also a member of the Florida Bar Assn., and has been admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. Robbins lives at 3000 SW 83rd Bob Shevin, Miami attorney, hasci.. Miami, with his wife and two qualified for the State Legislature,) son.s Group 7. • • Shevin served as legal aide to. Judge Vincent Giblin the Dade County Legislative DeleSTOP THE WORLD! Get OH for LAFFS! PATSY ABBOTT at PATSY'S PLACE 323 23rd St., Miami Beach MAMI SHERWIN, BERNICE SEU, Pim Maitre D'Ess Nitety Ei. Saeday 11 P.M. ml 12 30 A.M. %  riN Till i • M e ES IC %  IH4 in retired citizen pro WEMJ\ gton Ave. at 13 th St., MB. LEON SHACHTER preaentj 1DDISH-AMERICAN IAUDEVILLE SHOW tOn Stage in Person) thony Allen fcrnation.il Singing St.ir JEAN LANE |di ••Red-Hot Mama" iCKIE HENKINS tutetand no Comedian IACHTER and STEIN a Malarious Comedy (On Our Screen) 1st Snowing in this Area 'GENEVIEVE" ee 5Sc — Evenings $1.05 Best Shew Value in Town THE PRICE IS RIGHT under.-tanding. Boehme served on Mayor High's Bi Racial Committee three years | ago. <; Bob Shevin TODA^aifJiVybMETCO THEATRES g.Uon during the ^apportionment "ft* l^SZ^JfSZS sessions, and as chairman of the **£ D P i£ !" Zt .,: „ c. ed the candidacy of former Judge .Miami Economic Advisorv Coun-, cil. The native Miamian graduated I from the University of Florida,' where he was Southern Collegiate Debate champion. He earned his law degree from the University of Miami magna cum laude. Shevin says he will wage a camj paign "based on development oft the right type of industry in Dade j MfNASHA SKULNKK'S Hilarious Broadway Success! BY SYLVIA REGAN THE FIFTH SEASON All-Star Coil Starring With Charles -4r Monroe TEMPLE m MYERS BEVY OF BEAUTIFUL MODELS A.I MIAMI'S TALKING ABOUT OUR NfW ,# MOStCAl RtVUC! 0UINfW SIN&tNG niscovfRr REGINA RAE -v OUR BROADWAY ,i OANCf STARS OUH 2 FABULOUS SANDS THE B. G.i, SEVEN RAMBLERS? 5 BLENDS Alt THIS HAPPENS All NIGHT LONG AT THE WORLD-FAMOUS'zrJMS&ffL fOJ/MrTrM Restaurant aW(//IbCstruct Until 7A.M 1551 7h St. CaummiC^. Res, UN 4-2054 % %  Fie? Paiki'. 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Page 8-C +Je*isti ftcrXtiaun Friday, February 15, jg 83 o n F > t d E h fi fi b / N ei B h. ol tr v. B in P b m Jc ai St ej (lof m th th ct E P Dr. Bel kin's 20th Anniversary at Yeshiva Helm wtuBclkin's achievement-; as cational leader are his seh'^larl attainments. He is a prolific vri t / and a noted authority on '' Continued from Page 1-C —Harvard and Brown. Significantly, it is this combination—a traditional Jewish education together with a liberal art* and science edu cation of the highest quality— which Yeshiva University attempts to provide for its students. Dr. Belkin rise to prominence in higher educat'on was underscored in 1957. when he was one of six college presidents selected by the U.S. State Department to ell the Russian peoplv about the purposes of American higher adulation in "America."' the Russiananguage publication issued by the I'.S. Inlornia!; :i Agenc> in the soviet Union. The son of Solomon and Uina in, he was born in Swislici md, on Dec 12. 1911. His ather was his first teacher. He received his Jewish education at the Veshivas of Mir and Radin, and was ordained a' the latter at the age of 17. When Belkin came to the United States, in 1929. at the age of 18. he could speak Polish" Yiddish and Hebrew—but no English. NevertheI !SS. X he was determined to continue his studies and. in 1934. alter mastering the language, he enrolled at Harvard. The next year, he received an honorary fellowship to Brown. He received his PhD at Brown in 1935. and was elided to Phi Beta Kappa. In the fall of the same year, he Education Bureau Helps Sponsor Seminars Here Bureau of Jewish Education has joined with four national and local educational agencies during the past two weeks in sponsoring educational seminars, lectures, and youth rallies, according to an announcement by Joseph Cohen, president. Last week, the Bureau cooperated with the United Synagogue Airman Being Assigned Here Airman Third Class Arthur D Faibiseh has been named honor j.rjdaate of the United States Air force technical training course for administrative specialists 1 I Amarillo AFB. Tex. Faibiseh son oi Mrs Bertha Faibil 3 N Baj Rd., routi ial con 1 tain files and foil general j raeti Ha is bi \i'". Mr dutj in %  specialty Thi 1 in ervi ii Sepl of America in a seminar for Hebrew teacher.at Temple Kmaim El Dr. Walter Ackerman, new director of the Commission of Education of the United Synagogue, discussed "Research Findings in Language Method and Ideology." Louis SchwartzInsurance Exec Named Director George Bernstein, local representative lor Protection Life Insurance Co.. Birmingham. Ala., has qualified as a director of the 196a Protective Club and a member of the IMS Life Club, the company's two highest honor clubs. Qualifications are based on production during 1962. Bernstein placed first among a' 1 agents of the company in over-all production for the State of Florida. This markthe eighth year that he has qaulified for the Protective Club since joining the companv 111 1955. A native of New York City. BernBtein has been m the life insurance profe.-.-ion for 1(1 years He is a Certified Life Underwriter, and the recipient of many awards DP. WAITER ACKfRMAN Valentine Dance Here 1 Westbrooke Country Club was to' hold its second annual Valentine dance Thursday evening. Feb. 14. in the Grand Ballroom. Dinrer was to be served at 8 p.m. Hebrew Teachers Hold Program Hebrew Teachers Association of Greater Miami held a regular monthly meeting last week at the home ol" Mr. and Mrs. Zvi Feinsiein. 8850 Byron Avc. Guest speakers were Mo-he Z. Deutach and Lt. Col. David Arnon, ol the Israel Army An ordained rabbi and a graduate of universities in his native Czechoslovakia, Deitsch has been teaching in high schools in Israel since 1949. He spoke or. "Agnon and Burla—their Place in Modern Hebrew Literature." Lt Col Arnon is a fifth generation sabra and a \eteran of* the Sinai campaign. He attended schools in France and the U.S.. 1 and holds a law degree. His topic was 'Can Israel Defend Itself in < ase ol War and Who are Her Allies?" President of the Association. Louis Gadon. welcomed and introduced the guest speaker-, ami Joshua Z. Stadlan conducted the cultural portion of the program. man, executive director of the Bureau, acted as consultant. On Saturday. 8 p.m.. the Bureau joined with the Jewish National Fund in a Tu B'Shevat celebration and lecture for Hebrew teachers at Temple Emanu-El's branch at 77th St. and Dickens Avc. Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, Bureau consultant, acted as chairman. The Bureau will again join With the Jewish National Fund in a youth rally to be held on Sunday. Feb. 17. 10:30 a.m.. at Beth Torah, Congregation, Awards will be distributed to the following seven schools for their contributions to the Jewish National Tree Fund: Beth David Congregation, Temple Emanu-El. Beth Torah CongregaTemple Menorah. Temple Zion, Flaglei Granada Jewish Centei and Temple Beth Sholoni. The program includes si nj by the Junior choir ol Beth Torah ( 1 ation, professional entertainment an i an address by Dr. /• li the Jewish National I und. Last Sunday, the Bureau of Jewish Education joined with the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in sponsoring the annual school Combined Jewish Appeal Rally at Beth David Congregation. The guest speaker was Marshall Harris, winner of this year's Federation Young Leadership Award. Asako Tomito. local Japanese singer, presented a program of Hebrew songs. The delegates of all Jewish schools then broke up into four buzz sessions: on overseas agencies, national agencies, local agencies, and Keren Ami organization. Also on Sunday, at 12:30 p.m., the Bureau co-sponsored a sem' inar meeting for teachers of Reform congregations at Temple Irael. Dr. Eugene Mihaly. of the Hebrew Union College, discussed • -The F.xcitting World of the Mid1 rash."" was appointed an instructor in Greek at Yeshiva College, the men's undergraduate college of. liberal arts and sciences of Yeshiva University. The next year, he also became an instructor in Talmud at the university's Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary. Continuing his rise through the academic ranks, he was named secretary of the rewly-organiied Graduate School (now the Bernard Revel Graduate School), in 1937. In 1939, he was appointed a member oi the executive committee ol Veshiva College winch, because ol a vacancy in the dean -hip. was exercising the policymaking functions of the school He was named a full professor In 1!40. With the death that year ol Dr. Bernard Revel, the founder and first president of Yeshiva College and head of the Rabbi Isaac Kith anan Theological Seminary. Dr. Belkin was named Dean of the Seminary and a member of the seven-man executive board which exercised presidential functions pending the election of a successor On May 25. 1943. Dr. Belkin. not yet 32 years old. was elected president. Immediately, he began a broad academic and physical i x pansion program. The first major result of this program was the granting of university status to Ye shiva in 1945 bj the state Board I Regents Since then, the University's irowth has continued al an everincreasing pace law and Hellenistic literati:-. • wish He is the author of "Phi 5 )nd Oral Law"-(Vol." Xt of th e n ar vard Semitic Series), "Essi lS ,„ Traditional Jewish Thought(Philosophical Library, 1956 Jnt j "In His Image" (Abelard j-hu man, 1961). He has contributed to • i. ar n e d publication-, ii journal of Biblical I -:t. Jewish Quarterly Review pardes," "Talpioth." "Horel ;Sura." and served as a> editor of Rabbinics for tl versal Jewish Encyclopedi ann He has won wide accla. ( or his papers and monographDr. Belkin has been accorded ous honors and tributes BI has been singled out on mar.;, cessions by groups represent! all denominations for his outstanding contributions to American L lnQ|P June. 1959. on the occasion of hiv 15th anniversary as presid I ,,| Yeshiva University, he recei honorary degree from hiu mater. Brown University. Equal!) %  Dr J. & L AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE, INC. AUTO REPAIRS All MAK-S BODY & FENDER RIPAiRl' Special on Auto Painting s l.95 197 N.W. 79th STREEPh. 758-1076 XEW HMWTIOX BEACH ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR. INC, ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIRS FOR SERVICE CALL 757-3041 3910 N.W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA This Emblem Identifies Your Welcome Wagon J. M. LIPT0N INSURANCE AGENCY INC. GENERAL INSURANCE & SURETY BONDS 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING 101 E. FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. 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February 15, 1963 *Jfertrtsft fbridtlnn Page &C iandidates Qualify for 12 New Legislative Seats : continued to qualify early this week for Dade County's crucial seats in the House and one new seat in the Senate. The first County ..• tor Feb. 26. Deadline for qualifying was s*t >at. Friday Undo: the 43-senator. 112-House reapportionment approved by last week, Dade will have two senators and 14 .,. federal Court last week, Dade will have two senators and LprefteitUtivei all told. The following is a rundown on some of the [ running for office. (For others, sec Sec. A.i Bernard Berman i\ ,.• Miami Beach Councilman y Berman, 40. has qualified candidate in Group 10 for the luse -'i Representatives seat in -,. te i egislature. Dubbin in 1<54 was elected Democratic chairman from Precinct 60problems facing Dade is better education for our young people. It is shocking that Florida ranks 44th in salaries paid to its primary and secondary schoolteachers," he said. "1 support an increase in teachers salaries financed, in part, by abolition of the so-called merit system." The candidate. 32, is a graduate that will be filled Feb. 26. This will be his third political venture. LebowitZ has served as attorney in the race to fill the 11 seats in [? r £ D S a ^l flS f ^ ( ountv He served as attornv for the House of Representatives. Blair has been a resident Dade County for 14 years, and has been in business in this area since 1949. the legal aid committee of the Miof ami Beach Bar Assn. for five years. Lebowitz was presented with the "Man of the Year" award by the Senior Citizen organization here. C in Dade County and served for of the University of Florida and four years. He also was group its Law School. An honor student. Dubbin graduated from the University of Florida after attending chairman of District 7 of the local Democratic committee, and served on the executive board. In 1956. aduate Of Purdue University I he served as campaign chairman oho Marshall Law School, for the Democratic (,.... he has been a Dade resition in Dade County. i for ll years. r,< candidate and his wife. en are memberi of Beth Torah ''••'' side Elementary and Shenandoah retired Air Force Reserve MaJunior High School. thi ecipient of military rith a long combat record, Joseph Kaplan i ;u i isodated with the Y Democrats. North Miami attorney Joseph Kaplan, .tic Club. Jewish of 112 K First Ct Hibiscus IsSkelly-McLcod Post 'and. has announced his candidacy n. Masonic Order for the State Legislature in Group He is co-director l Kaplan, whose supporters say he is an expert on workmen's compensation and unemployment matters, stated: "As an attorney who represent! many of our local trade union-. | am extremely interested in promoting vigorous efforts on the part of the legislature to bring new inD Legion, and a former dustries to our slate and thus bring assistant attorney general ,0 an end what has become an 51 ot Florida. alarming rate of unemployment among our Florida citizens he worked his way through college and was president of Blue Key. honorary leadership fraternity. He served as an Air Force photo general clccintelligence officer in Korea. Pettigrew is presidentelect of the Young Democratic Clubs of Florida and .served as president of In 1960. be was nominated for Dade County's "Outstanding Citizen Award." He was one of the founders and served as first vict president of the Miami Beach Young Democratic Club, and has served as president of the Biscayne Democratic Club, the South Shore Citizen's organization, the Men's Walter I.cbowitz. of 3784 SheriClub of Kneseth Israel Congregadan Ave., Miami Beach attorney, tion, the Senior Citizen's organizaannounced that he will run for tion. and is a past governor of the one of the new legislative seats Miami Beach Moose Lodge. Blair. who is 45, will devote his efforts "to bettering the educational facilities in Florida and Dade County" and "to holding down taxes now burdening the low and middle income groups.'" Walter Lebowitz for North Miami irector of Tri County League, and a moms Civil Defense Conn .T of the law firm li. Rubin and Berman. a advocate of the Murray Dubbin ive Miamian, Murrav H. Of 6<>15 SW 64th PL, has red his candidacy for the [Legislature in Group 6. ttorne\ in the Dubbin, Schiff, I Mianu Senior High School, River-1 the Dade County Club during the 1960 Presidential campaign. He is an officer and director of the Junior Bar Section ol the Dade CountyBar Assn.. and was Legal Section coordinator for the United Fund. Howard Miller Howard N. Miller, of 25 So Prospect Dr. Coral Gables, Certified Public Account;,nt, and president >f the Dade Chapter of the Florida Institute of CPA's. is making his first try as a candidate for a seat in the State Legislature. For the second year in a row. Miller is serving as chairman of :he Accountants Division of Com bined Jewish Appeal. He is active in several other charitable groups. and serves as a member of the executive committee of the National Foundation of Dade County. Miller was graduated from the University ol Miami with a BA degree in 1950. He was certified a CPA in 1953 and attained an LLB degree in 1957 from the University of Miami. Samuel Blair He further believes "an area of one million people such as we have here in Dade County needs a man in the legislature who is familiar with the enormous problems and costs to cur economy as a result of ber ..: a pioneer South FtorInadequate industrial "safety preily. Dubbin 33. is a praccautions Wo havc many accidents counsel to the Dade legislative delegation at I--'ling last Novem } %  Dubbin examined more than 20 bills he also served as a assistant attorney general v ney General Richard .Iiami law that cause serious i n j ur j es and in Berman many instances result in great hu| man suffering and cost us millions in lost revenues and man hours." i • • Richard Pettigrew Richard A Pettigrew, of 7601 SW 104th St., has announced that he is a candidate for State Representative in Group 8. Pettigrew stated that "one of the Samuel Blair. of 524 Valencia Ave., Coral Gables, a candidate in the primary of last April, has added his name to the list of hopefuls Kenneth Myers, member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Speakers Bureau, describes his trip to Israel as a member of the United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Mission for members of the South Florida Council of AZA and BBG, arms of the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization. Standing (left to right; are Bill Elfenbein, South Florida Council vice president; Denis Trupkin, treasurer. Seated (left to right) are Mcrrcia Moisky, Council social chairman; Elliot Fledell, Council president; and Diane Fass, secretary. )el Supreme Court Denies )tion for New Kastner Trial **&!?ter t* SALEM (JTA) Su-| tour. President Yitzhak Ol|missed this week a petia retrial of the Kastnerkld case, in with Malkiel bid. a Hungarian I m milas found guilty of libelkel Kastner, a wartime I" Jewish leader, by callla Nazi collaborator. VaU! had at first been giv['ii fine by the Jerusalem Court, which described Gruenwald's attorney, Justice Olthan accepted the recommendation of the Attorney General that the claim of new evidence uncovered during the trial of Adolf Eichmann in 1961 was not valid. ****** m Mr Tamir had asked for a new trial on the basis of a transcript of an interview given by Eichmann to a Dutch journalist some years before he was captured in "who"had"soki Argentina, which, Mr. Tamir said, o the devil The Israel Proved that Kastner helped to Court, however, in nil,0 send %  • %  %  of Hungarian Jews *na ?pe.il of the case in 1958. to their doom in consideration for Castoer's motives in his Permission to send a few hundred vith the Nazis and gave' J cws : ntll,din 8 Kastncr's own a one-year suspended nee. Kastner was assass|ar bis home in Tel Aviv 1857. cling the petition for a by Shmuel Tamir, relatives, to Palestine. 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Page 2-C +Je*ist fhrkl&r. Friday. February 15, %  1 n F v c c r B S of m F. N te dt E h fi ft b .-• h a % %  o 1 B 0 i> 1 f 1 5 Foundation, '63 Campaign Coal, Cultural Event OK d V?--.-.--:.s i e Jcur.t-.-. C.*.:b p'cr the .::•..Mark Matthews Standing left lo right ad Dinnm on b*hc3 oi ^:e \amph N Upton Qub Presridenl Fere S. Fwdeaxr&oti Lett to right seated an frrmtT Meyw k Da&ar, Jerry Bicnk Fedetarioa VS..* Cho nnaa Leonard A WMD and Praadaol Sidney Lefcoutt Be-. Bum A. I. Tournament Co-Cbc men Di rsormon Wfa Molokdr; and Cad Weinlde Westview Clubbers Gird for Support Of 1963 CJAppea! -" • i • 31 \. Wiec. ebau Fed* .. '•' i %  I -. • : l S Left art Rest rcasi m example cf a j %  ttetMark Man N Tit* Start-1 %  Be* • be tes Rest* I -. • • • %  %  I %  on beba I er. Pa*. I too Komito is %  ad Dr. 1 j The e*tabli-hment f a Jewish ( ....... mitj on, approval Jewish Ap peal {oa I (1.68.81 establishmen* • : a Past 1 ir,c1 %  report of the pt igress tor the 2 •' :,r **' • %  -. % % %  big ilights of tl icg of tl %  Federation Boai at Templ< _. ie bj Myers chairmai f th Development C muttmnuuitj F iindaI cies •'' %  f '•'•' • ; to | • %  tright giftG'ff$ to the Foundation w.l! be earmarked for pecf e ob e; tie*. rrain'y olorg the Mm of cipital fund imor5• I %  • ration .. bined met I'M mm of a his • con. joint A hi>. j I • A hrghl'ght of the 25— anni. versary year will be a Epstill lecture en a topic of Jew sh in. terest by r\ eut*tand.-.a jwish histor.an or schjlar for which i comm**tee u^der I'M <*•> "nansh'o of Fred K. ShtKhjz.slisher sf The Jewish Flor Q n, it makirg pjars. I • • : %  • • %  : %  • ••. th) JLH." : a*, its • Communal Services Division Aware of Top Needs for 1963 3 i : i %  %  %  %  %  5 %  • %  %  j meetsni o# F. tit) -a Home .loBa" Vi '. ftmaax ea ... %  ~. I ree!_<\j Fv-heT. ireirtor. Je**B*tv. %  sci Semee; 3r$e-\ js^taHt elcvctnr Bureaa ef Jevxsh EdRtcalMe. V -•til team m> aim LMU 9 %  as*, eseesstiv* diree to r ot the Bureaa arc V 9mt HosyitaL rtpresevJarj GUea. ad%  miiti iiin as-ii'taae. am E^rer JMei W a Jrf persuerreL BIKUR CHOLIM KOSHER CONVALESCENT HOME e-nwr — JKTJWA \m +mi u trr roesr fmrnnmrv --. I ill) -1U1."." I 24.HOOH NUKINC 0OCTO OH CAU AU wrrs otseivto coNcestAt svnoi.'HotHos i 310 C4fisB A. PK JC 2-3571 Show the folks at home you care send a bit of "hereT HERE Tlaere"* %  aker way ia. -z m *M *er berv' :Lr .:>. a '..: ct pmesa^ed Fjonda.'' And wts-it a cotdrtcL *r ea .:*a r J. liT;rr_ asscrt-aect you have 11 chocvm fr-.-m." Oer "iOO prodnct*. mad. tp-.-wa and pr.vejjsed :a the Sua*b_a Scaxe .. men. ciTey dm joy aad warr-aca of your FVariia v-acataoo. K4-ar< to -raise dame prcdaca s F<:r-iia Power & TJsjhx Coenpaav, prrod :£ fei -a u^a e ufcip with ft p w il Fcnda jachiRry. jraterul IJmi the eppcr-r_a.t • w serve you chzras; your riri4 Wed iiie tc serre you ifim — %  s risitor or as a perrnaneet limimi -Aerr'aa a-icxsrd ta;*-^*:: Wei one our py*w to tau F-.-rca Idbm en-aer sac aafc*er ... dsss*MkV! FLORIDA POWER t LICIT COMPANY



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Friday. February 15, 1963 fJenisfi fkorSdliiain Page 9-B T HE Coral Waj Jewish Center theatre workshop presented Son the Duke." in a preperformance last weekend. The two-ad muslcomedy was produced in the Center auditorium. Julia Weinstein writing the and lyrics by Paula Herris. opening night, Sisterhood lent Mrs. Murray Kajye, who also co-chairman for the ing, (hose a three-piece Italcnil ensemble of royal blue. ,i blouse was in white and red florals embroidered in An oriental black brocade ; was worn by Mrs. Mildred the surplice bodice fasit h frog appliques, her lie featuring the high manhne. and the skirt slit, living Weissman's silk ide was in an intense jewel • peacock blue. Sleeveless, high-necked, it featured a row of self-covered butdown one side, from the in Hine to the hemline. Busy stage working on the scenery were Mrs Simon Krug and Mrs. j Miller, dressed appropriately lor the occasion, in casual slacks, t harcoal silk, in a two-piece %  mble, with the overblouse nmed in white, was Mrs. llowHorowitz' choice for the eveMrs. Bob Herris wore an i erald green silk shantung with a lashed bateau neckline and I" pleated skirt. A cherry red HI sheath was worn by Mrs. B Kemper. Self-covered butli ended at the hemline, and a w sell belt detailed the waist. £>CHAIRMAN for the evening ** was Mrs. Jack Barnes, who a white boucle knit threepi suit. Her overblouse was ol black and white floral print. and her cardigan jacket was edged in black. Mrs. Emery Green's petal pink moygashel linen sheath featured an open neckline, with a tailored collar, which was banded in white. White handembroidery detailed the collar. White silk was the choice of Mrs. Martin Hirsch. Cut in the popular shirtwaist style, it featured over-all embroidery in a black leaf motif, and had the casy-to wear skirt of impressed pleats. Mrs. Geri Sands chose a champagne-colored brocade suit. Her casual fitting overblouse had a touch of color added with a lilac silk chiffon ascot at the neckline. White cotton satin with a moss green foliage print was worn by Mrs. Louis Prince. A white silk surrah shirtwaist, printed with brightly-colored birds in flight, was the choice of Mrs. Herbert Preund. Mrs. David Gurcvitz' silk shantung sheath was the color of frosted orange sherbet. It was iced at the neckline with whie chalk beading. -*THE two-piece effect was interestingly achieved in Mrs. Irving Hart's dress. Her tangerinecolored skirt was topped with a tropical floral print that extended to a hiptunic-length. and had bracelet-length sleeves. Mrs. Hill chose a black silk crepe sheath With a tiered skirt Her jacket was a knit, which combined black ribbon and silver lame. Electric blue silk shantung was the color selection of Mrs. Henry Schulman. She made the white mohair jacket which topped her dress. Godet-typc pleats in her skirt were an unusual fashion addition. Menorah Women To See Film I iple Menorah Sisterhood will | by Morton Ihel i meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.. shown. Wishengrad. will be Temple, si Mann will be speaker, and him, Between Two Worlds," Mrs. Joseph Fcldman is in charge of programming, and Mrs. Hay Morse is president. Featuring ... High-Fashion hairdos that are Chic and wearable by MR. JEAN Shampoo & Set $3.50 Patsy's Hairdressers JE 1-7151 1686 Alton Road CORAL GABLES CONVALESCENT HOME "A Priendly and Gentle Atmosphere For Thoie Toti Love" • nJS" "'*""> NURSING SERVICI • WKIAl Dim OBSERVED All ROOMS ON GROUND FLOOR PRIVATE BATHROOMS AIR CONDITIONED SPACIOUS GROUNDS t SCREENED PATIO Pdinnd H. Rosenthal. Dir..tor-Ownr IV>r Dl? 1rwi,h' Mt 5 lnal a PCleveland i Jewish Home for Aged. 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Double Ring Rites For Ronald Sards \ double ring ceremony on SunFeb. 10, united Gail Myrna Fisher .'ml Ronald Stephen Hard. Ilabhi Samuel April officiated at the early afternoon nuptials held at the Roney Plaza Hotel. Following a formal dinner in the hotel, the newlyweda left for a honeymoon to Mexico City anil Acapulco. The bridal gown was of white silk satin, with sprays ot reembroidered alencon lace wreathing the port rail neckline, and scattered down the front panel of the belled skirt. A jeweled headpiece held the double tiered bouffant veil ol sheer illusion, and the bride carried a cascade of white orchids on an heirloom Bible. Matron of honor was Mrs. Maxine Beale, the bride's sister, and another sister. Mrs. Bobi Salzman, and Mrs. Audrey Bayer, the bridegroom's sister, were attendants. Dorrie Lee Palant. the bride's cousin, was flower girl, and Marc Jeffrey Salzman waring bearer. Robert Theodore Bayer was best man and Louis Joel Rothman, Richard Zinn, and Thomas Habcr served as groomsmen. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Worrell Fisher. 3532 SVV 106th Ave.. the new Mrs. Bard is a graduate of Miami Senior High, attended the University of Alabama, and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. and Mrs. Morry A. Bard, of Asheville, N.C., are the parents ol the bridegroom, who is a graduate of North Carolina State University, where he majored in textile engineering and was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu. On their return from flic honeymoon, the young couple will live at the Gracelyn Apts. in AsheBYERS PRIVATE SCHOOL Approved licensed Announces the Opening of a Music Department under the direction of GAYLC MIUtR Classes of Pre-School Age Children. Complete Courses in Piano. Rhythm Band, Musical Games and Drills, Aitcrafl. 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Merlin 1745 sw 13th Ave.. are announcing the engagement of their daughter Linda Ruth, to Edward Gresl this week The prospective bride groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Greshes, 126 SW 63rd Ct. The future bride and her fiance, both graduates of Miami Senior High, arc now attending the Uni versity of Miami, where he will receive a degree in June. The bride elect also attended Flo; I, State University. Dr. and Mrs. Merlin will lion Or the young couple at an engage nicnt party in their home on Sunday. • A-1 EMPLOYMENT DOMESTIC HELP DAY WORKERS Ph. FR 9-8401 Orthodox Future To be Aired A forum discussion on "State ot I he Union of Orthodox Jewry" v il be telecast on Sunday. 10:30 a.m. over WLBW Ch. 10. Participating will be Rabbi Pin chus Teitz. member of the prac i dium of the Union of Olthodoi Rabbis of the United States and Canada; Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiri tual leader of the Beth Jacob Con. gregation; and Rabbi Nathan Koh.ler. publisher of the Jewish Forum. ville. where the bridegroom !associated with Mars Hosiery Co. The Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami proudly presents The World Renowned CANTOR SHOLOM KATZ in a Concert Sunday, February 17, 8 P.M. 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach and at Beth Torah Congregation 1051 N. Miami Beach Blvd., N. Miami Beach Monday, February 18, 8 P.M. • — For Reservations for Either Concert CALL 532-6421 james david gallery, ltd 1054 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands Miami Beach Grand Opening of this gallery will take place on February 15th, 1963 from 7:00 P.M. 'til midnight. The james david gallery,ltd., is having its formal opening and -one-man show for EUGENE MASSIN The preview show will be from 7:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. on February IS. 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Pcrcr &C Page 12-C fJenisf noridiair Friday. February 15, Send your personal gift of help and hope to Israel Every CARE package is delivered in your name-a direct greeting 0 oAlmost from the start of the Jewish nation — since April, 1949, when CARE opened its mission in Israel — Americans have been sending CARE gifts to relatives and friends, to families and groups who need a friend to help them in the task of establishing a new, free homeland. And from the earliest years of rigid rationing, CARE's food packages have been the mainstay for tens of thousands of Israelis—packages you cannot match for value if you bought, packed and mailed your own food selections. But through CARE you can also send Self-Help gifts to 30 ozs. Frankfurters 45 ozs. Paprikash 15 ozs. Tongue 5 ozs Meat Balls $18.25 48 ozs. Tablet Sugar 32 ozs. Rice 28 ozs. Condensed Mitt 2 ozs. Evaporated Milk 40 ozs. Pineapple 32 ozs. Chocolate 16 ozs. Cocoa e ozs. Soup Mn 24 OZS. Strawberry Jam 20 ozs. Pears 30 ozs Peaches *H ISRAEL STANDARD FOOD PACKAGE 45 ozs. Beef in natural jiices 30 ozs. Veal in natural jukes 20 ozs. Frankfurters 15 ozs Paprikash $10.00 64 ozs. Rice 24 ozs. Tablet Sugar 32 ozs. Chocola-e 16 ozs. Cocoa 8 ozs. Soup Mia 20 ozs. Pineapple 30 ozs Peicnes The above CARE Israel food packages are certified Kosher by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. FOOD CRUSADE PACKAGES $1.00 Contents include milk powder, flour, corn meal, vegetable oil given to CARE from tha United States farm abundance. Every $1 donated covers delivery of one package (average, 25 lbs.) to families or institutions recommended by Israeli welfare officials. help the people of Israel build a stable, prosperous fuio-e for themselves and their country. In Israel, as in every nation i serves, CARE works closely with government officials a^d re] sponsible local private agencies; tailors its program to meet specific needs. Whatever you provide—whether it be food or tool packages, books or other Self-Help equipment—CARE makes delivery with your name and address, to express your personal good wishes. Just use the coupon below to speed your gifts) on their way! : CARE, 660 First Ave., New York 16, N.Y. Enclosed is S for the following gifts to Israel: Israel Passover Food Package $12.00 Israel Family Food Package $18.25 Food Crusade—Israel Israel Standard Food Package $10.00 FROM: iPle.se Print) Serf-Help— Israel (Tools and Books) TO BE DELIVERED TO: (Please Print) 'Food Crusade and Self Help gifts may not be sent to specified recipients. Make checks payable to CARE, Inc. Undesignated contributions are deductible for Federal income tas purposes YOU CAN CHOOSE FROM ANY OF THESE GIFTS JUST MAIL YOUR ORDER CARE DOES THE REST! FOOD FOR STRENGTH Contents of CARK's ko>ht-r tcod package.-, are chosen with the ailvice of Israeli Government officials, and are revised periodically fo meet changing food needDeli\ ery guaranteed to relatives, friends, any one you name —you get a receipt, -luned by the recipient. Food Crusade packa.T coin, inare approved by the Ministry of Social Welfan winch recommends r.eedj recipients you get ;. C \i:K c-knov ledgemenl but nol o< erscas receipt • Non-profit • Tax free • Ration-free • Duty fr TOOLS TO WORK CARE'l tool package* are devised in cooperation with the Israeli Government, to help the people in<>rt themselves and build the nation with the skill of their ha;.d> Typical pack agei include s-20 tool kits for carpenters, plumbers mechanics. Self-Help contributions arta!>o used lor special purchases ol v >rk and training equipment, De :. erj is made i>> sc-h-mlkibbutzim .training instituONLY CARE OFFERS ALL THESE FEATURES ee • Certified Kosher • Delivery Guaranteed • No lions chosen on tinbasis of need CARE 1 your mone) i> used BOOKS TO LEARN Like all developing nations, Israel ne< ':., :i technicians, teachers, doctors, engine) turists, othi-r specialists essential t>> progress buttons t" CARE Booh Fund anused t-> w y 1 and reference books requested i>\ sccrei al institutions CARE reports how your mcne> Postage or V.'rapoiTj • Your Nam? on Every Pack*s THIS AD IS SPONSORED BY GREATER MIAMI FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 101 S.E 2nd Avenue. M am. Robe* M, Morgan Presioent PERRINE-CUTLER RIDGE BANK You** FoU S"vKf Bank fr*n^ R*J at Hibitcut CRYSTAL HOUSE 5055 CWIins Avtitv*, Mi*mi 6*


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.'. t • • I — Friday. February 15. 1963. kni^tftorfaftar Page 5-A U.S. Recognizes Pro Nasser Regime jminq Philip G. Whitman (right), president oi the Amer• Fnend.s of the Hebrew University, to Greater Miami are Samuel Simonhaff, president of the Greater Miami Worn• ; Division of the Friends, and Jacob Rifkin, vice president of 'outh Florida Division, and member of the national board. 100 members of the AFHU gathered last week at the of Mrs. Jennie Grossinger to meet Whitman and hear latest fccts about the Hebrew University campus in JeruDr Max Arzt Will Offer Inside Glimpse' Into New Translation of the Bible I Max At." a member of the on Sunday, Feb. 24, when Dr. Her I of the translation commitnard Mandelbaum, provost of the i'. that prepared the completely Jewish Theological Seminary of mined English translation of the America, and associate professor •.Mil be '• %  -econd gue-t lee .. ,. ., in a "Meel the Bible" Sen,'" BOmUeUcs on the faculty of the Sundaj morning at Temple Rabbincal Department, will lee Krnanu-El, turc on "The Bible Through RabTh three weekly breakfast forbinical Byes." KiKinu place at the Temple's %  Brani h Building Auditor 77th St and Dickens Ave., ... : 13 B.m opened last Dr. Robert Gordis, r of-Bible at the Jcwi-n ical Seminary of America. • l "Mo '"in Sciences Af-' tli, Hole." capac fy juflience oeard the .vned scholar and author describe the far-reachir.g effect of %  %  •-' .'coloqical discoveries of recent and past years or. the Bible; and how thase discoveries proved to be evidence for, and sub't^i'tiation of, the centcries-old stones of the Holy Scriptures. h nt the guest lecturers will with %  different phase in re-i n to the study of the Bible Afzt. an aulhottiy on the new ilation, will listas hitheme : \i !i tide Glimpse of the Transj it i airman "t the series of three discussions is Morris Lap'i '" %  forums are un, er the 'ion of I):Irving Lehrman, tial leadi r oi Temple EmanuThe final lecture will take place Continued from Page 1-A ibllity thai "the Iraq upheave! could encourage similar moves by i hi substantial revolutionary elements in bordering nations—Syria and Jordan to the west, •i.'! ia to the SOUth, Iran lu ." The papei : thai whil me was. prob tblj the to tli.' >.-. iet i the region, and the lostili litedStati • also had opposed Eg; %  imal Abdel \.ii. had served aan effective counterpoise to Egyptian expansion-] ism. Its replacement bj pro-Nasser military nun could easily, in this volatile par! of the world, touch nil far-reaching reactions.' it is s;i111 that "still smarting from Syria's breakaway from his United Arab Republic la>t year. E| -pis Nasser may try to erect a new Arab super-state of Egypt, Syria and Iraq." It pointed out %  hat "Cairo Radio is trumpeting the Iraq revolt as a vital step toward Arab unity.'' The Wall Street Journal warned, however, that a Nasser move wonld "meet fierce resistance lrom Syria and possibly; even from Iraq whose new leaders may prove more nationalist-min.1-1 ed than Nasser-minded." It predicted that "Nasser, frustrated by failure to entrench, the revolutionary regime in Yemen and encouraged by the apparent friendship of the new Iraq Government, might instead step up subversive activities in Saudi Arabia and Jordan, or even take direct military action against them." The paper also asserted that ••i-.ii \rab versus Arab bl p:! hi encourage Israel to at;. mpt io straighten out its bordei with a little extra territorj or n to undertake 'a preventive •' Nasser him.-. A to the Wall Stl Journal's correspondent, the Iraqi developments "will almost certainIj refuel a behii %  m il Lot g waged within the ni dj Administration, a minority of Slate Department and Otl Officials have been arguing thai Nasser remains an untrustworthj conspirator who will, at every chance, waste scarce Egyptian resources in foreign adventures, This minority argues that attempts to restrain him will never wot!; for long and that I S aid should he curtailed or ended." The majority, the papers says, "has held that while Nasser will rever be completely diverted from Pan-Arab aspirations, aid encourages him to devote himself chiefly to Egyptian internal problems and that he is in fact makirg 'commenjable progress' with them. This view argues a slerner attitude would merely drive h : m into closer ties with the Soviets." Israel i 8 Of it s Shavit II rocket, s to "Spacecraft and Missiles of the Wi rid," a directoi y compiled by James Ba u and \'. illiam E. How* d in New York by Harcourt, Brace World. The %  I rocket di cribed in the directors aa "surface-to-surface" missile with a 70-mile range and a speed oi Mach 5. The directory tliat Shavit II iequipped with a conventional high explosive warhead "and possibly nuclear." Lawmen to Speck At Zamora Next monthly cultural evening sponsored by Temple Zamora is siated for Thursday evening. Feb. 27. Panel of speakers will be Judge Gene William-, of the Criminal Court of Records. State Attorney Roy Lee Jones, and Chief of Intelligence of Dade Countv Police Department Charles Sapp. Topic will be "Anti-Semitism."' with discussion centering on how ihe Federal and local government.deal with the problem and laws pertaining to ihe prosecution of cases when they arise. A question and answer period will follow. u. MAX ARZT -** %  •.. i The Scholarly Sleuth mp!e, with Henrj K inn as temporarj chairman. Solomon Schechter spent the last thirteen years of his life as President of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. He was one of the leaders of Conservati ve Judaism, a noted Hebrew scholar, mystic and philosopher. Yet his great claim to scholastic fame came through an odd bit of scholarly detective work. While at Cambridge University as a teacher, Schechter was given some fragments of ancient Hebrew manuscript by two friends who had bought them in Cairo. lie identified then' as part of thi Hebrew original of the Book of K adieus, the Ben Sira, which had been known only in translation. The Hebrew custom, which Still pel calls for the storage of any docui however worn, which contains the HolyName. Schechter reasoned that a hoard of such documents might still exist, he went to Cairo to take up the search. In a crypt at Fostat, near Cairo, Schechter found a Genizah— the Hebrew word for depository—containing about 100,000 manuscripts. He got permission to remove this treasure to England, where the work of translation and identification was begun. It goes on to this day. Schechtor's GtHVUih caused as much excitement in his day as did the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in ours. And. curiously enough, though Schechter is best known for his work in the United StatesPresident of the Jewish Theological Seminary, Hebraist and apostle of I tive Judaism and a founder of the United Synagogue of America—he achieved his international scholarly reputation as the discoverer of the Cairo Genizah. First with the Finest Cigarettes through Lorillard research



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riidov. February 15. 1963 fJewtsti narkUcui Page 7-.V. United Jewish Appeal 0pens~25ththaugufal will Continued from Page 1-A be provided by tinwellJewish National Fund committee meets to Stadlan and Johan L. Berman, Labor Zionist formulate plans for new JNF activities in Greatcaptains. Standing (left to right) are Max er Miami. Seated (left to right) are Morris Hecht, MizTachi captain; Bernard Katz, ZOA Minov. B'nai B'rith captain; Ezra Finegold, JNF Districts captcin; Zev W. Kogan, Bernard Silorganizational committee chairman; Julius ver and Ben Silver, synagogue sub-captains. Rosenstein, synagogues captain; Joshua Z. vice t<> ttii" cause <>f distress Jews abroad. | known star comedian, Milton Berle "' l*. the United Jewish A J Ambassador Harman will be Pl **" national goal oi S'> .'• in.akinu his first public appear Emanu-El. vice president; Lewis Hecht, of New I Cohen Bcth David secre tary; Haven. Conn., founder and direca|)d |i arry Cypen, Beth David, tor of trie New Haven Hebrew Day treasurer. School and Yeshiva, will be guest! Board of directors includes Robspeaker at a banquet honoring jert Koslow and Charles Wax, Beth Harry and Murray Rosenberg on | El. West Palm Beach; Al Zablo -Mar. 17 at the Coronet Hotel. | and Sidney Raymond, Temple I'lanning the banquet is the > Emanu-El; Manuel Lubel, Beth Florida Region of the Merkos David; Al Durbin, Temple Sinai, Linyonei Chinuch. Hollywood; Rabbi Allen Rutchiek. regional director. United SynaChairman of the dinner will be gogue of America; Samuel Mazlxtuis Dublin, president of Kneseth ,-eau, B'nai Israel. St. Petersburg Israel Congregation. Association; Also Samuel Seidle, Temple Tifchairman will be Max Hecht. first ereth Jacob; Ben Karp and Morvice president of Kneseth Israel.; r j s Segall. Beth Torah; and NorNamed as co-chairman this week man Shapiro. Temple Menorah. Was Rev. Chaim D. Paul. Spiritual advisor of the new orSanitation will be Rabbi Norman Adult Education Classes N Sna P iro of Beth DavW CongM gation. Adull education classes at TernHighlight of the day-long eon pie Tifcreth Israel arc scheduled ference was an address bj Ran for Sunday, !• 3i> to 10:45 a.m. bi Joel Geffen, spiritual leader oi Mrs. Miriam Gross will teach elethe National Federation of Jewmentary Hebrew, and Rabbi Hyisb Men's Clubs, Also speaking man Glbss will conduct the cllSS was Mannyc London, national vice in advanced Hebrew. president. }£=Li&L. Health for the body. Refreshment gs] for the spirit. And time for the finest hours of nfe bringing friendships to perfection in the company of Seagram's V. O.! For this is Canadian whisky at its very finest rare in flavor and aroma, bright in color and clarity, cherished by mayvinim all over the world! BY Ik' THE COMPANY | IT KEEPS SEAGRAM'S I L.HJ CANADIAN WHISKY AT ITS FINEST! IMPORTFD IN THf BOTHE FROM CANADA. SEASRAIvVS V. O. CAN/ F SELECTED WHISt SIX YEARS OLD86.8 PROOF-SEAG^A I



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MB Page 14-B %  &f /#" Fhridliiiir The Courier 0 u K-^cralct Ocmrar/r li 1 Will Lewis, MM] of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lewi*, of Miami, and now the proud papa him>elf of four youngsters, is head of the radio-TV' de partment of the I"r.iversity of Florida ar.d directs the news activities of the Gainesville educational television station. Beach counc:lmanic picture shunted into the background by the many entrants into the legi-lature sweepstakes, but the Beach picture includes Dr. J. A. Greenhouse, Joe Maltk, Paul Grand and Dr. Leo Grossman Sophia England**-, Democratic state committeewoman. who spearheaded the initial drive to garr.er the national 1964 conven tions for Miami Beach and then went on a campaign to move registra tion books out into the precincts, is winning attention from national Democratic leaders vacationing here Sy Lawrence, manager of Dadeland Dodge, shifted there from the same post at Biscayne Dodge Herb Bernstein, of Lafayette Con tractor, has a new section open a few blocks east of Dadeland. %  %  •* Southeast Flori la Pharmaceutical Association, headed by President Sol Heilperrs and Secretary-Manager Ben Saks, ll sponsoring a discussion or. Federal legislation atfectmg people in retail, wholesale and ,facturir._ I Rep. Ray Madden, of Indiana, will speak r. 8 p m '' Miami High Auditorium. A one-man art show. The World of Ivj Yolper." will be presented Fob %  Club of America ;n Coral Gables, with Mrs. Albert Pick I Milt Gayror. senii r \ George W. Hrsch, I been elected to tl -.gtoi: eral. Ben McGahey, • r I II chairrr. : lational Bank and 1 C. F. Shewmske. Hyman Tepl-ti • of 50 Beneficial I: Group reps who "• %  i : recent La~ Vegas sales mana.t ment i Max Orovirz and Arthur A. Ungar were renamed to the executive comm of the University of Miami's Board of Trustees. Harold Abbott, C L I of the firm of Abbott. Finkel and Associates. ranked second highest in the country for the month of December in sales, as announced by the National Life Insurance Company of Vermont Miami Beach High School students won first place in debate last weekend at the Florida extension division district tourney at the University of Miami campus Allan Albert, Jay Mechling, David Kaye and Allen Fuller went undefeated in the tournament and go to the state meet at the University of Florida on Mar. l and 2. Edward G. Coll has ankled United Fund to accept a post at the U of M as assistant to Dr. Henry King Stanford for development Alar M. Blank, head of the new funeral chapel on Bay Rd.. in Miami Beach, is a member ot the same Blank family which long has operated successful Jewish funeral homes in Pittsburgh and Baltimore. New art show. sponsored by The Loft On the Mile Gallery, now open a' the Harbour House University of Miami's basketball showdown with Loyola Saturday night should pack the Miami Beach court again. The Hurricanes were impressive enough against Louisville last weekend to rate a tourney bid from either NCAA or NTT. Gulfstream home by Marlin Development baths, and many other modern facilities. i n Company is in Coral Reef Harbor. It sells eluding swimming pool and screenea par.o. for S28.000, and features four bedrooms, three Italian marble foyers, and sunken living roc-. Teen-Agers Will View Problems Prof. Edward Fox. chairman of the Beth Am School Board, ait> nounces the beginning of a new program for the 9th and 10th grades of the Religious School. Leon Fisher, director of Jewish Family and Children's Service, will meet with these grades to discuss problems of teen-agers. Children will be invited to share their feelings concerning their relationship with their parents and to each other. Fisher's work will complement the program conduct ed by Mrs. Morton Perry, a specialist in group relations. Coral Reef Harbor Homes Sales Soaring Marlin Development Co of 9300 So. Dixie H'wy.. this week report eti 76 homes sold in the five month oeriod since opening Coral Reel Harbor, a community of 100 custom-built homes or. half-ai •ome includii cana I i • will ev< : bay. John Hopkii who ha\ Development %  SI • : Avi ntli r Rd Tn told in i month • in the prici to 1 The model homes include the Dolphin, a three-bedroom, two bath for $24,500, including a swimming pool and screened patio, Italian marble foyers and master baths, a sunken living room, nylon carpeting throughout, central air-cooditionir.g and heat, two-car plastered garages, and a thick butt tile Bermuda roof; the Gulfstream, a fourbedroom, three-bath home with same as above, plus a built-in barbecue for $28,900; and the Nautilus, a larger three-bedroom, two-bath home for $27,900, inclusive of same. The builders are offering variations and customizing where desired. Delivery of the homes is up to four months because of back orders. Hopkins and Guzik declar ed. Financing is conventional, with 80 and 90 per cent loans payable at 5 3-4 to 6 per cent ir.terc-t rate, for 25 and 30 yearGuzik and Hopkins have broken ground on their second building area at Kendall Gardens located east of U.S. 1 on SW 10th St. and S.W 70th Ave. These homeare offering the same value as Coral Reef, with additional modifications, and range from $26,900 to to $32,000 on 1-2 acre sites. DR. WIlllAM VfllKR Dr. Soroff Due In Forum Series Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, to the Bureau of Jev, i-h E tion. was to rum of the College of Jewish SI on Thursday. 9 p.m., at Beth T->rah Congregation. I5ul No Miami Beach Blvd., in the titled Lifetime of a Jew. Dr. Soroff was to dicu-The Jewish Attitude Toward Work and Labor." Registration is still open for the second semester at the College oi Jewish Studies at Beth Torah Congiegation. with subjects offered in Hebrew. Bible, and Basic Judai-m. B'nai B'rith Will Initiate 500 Members Some 500 new member? wui be initiated at a B'nai B'rth mas meeting at the Deauvilli Hotel M Tuesday evening. | el Jack Wilson, chairman, lai I more than 1.000 persons arent. Guest speaker v. \ wexl< r, nati %  I ei "i the internati B'rith. Master of ceremsnl.s w -? Edward Stern, preside -.t of the South Florida Coun' Rjebi Irving Lehrman, ef Temole Emanu-EI, will present the invccat : on. Bringing greetings will be Miami Mayor Robert Kin? High and Sam Nieberg, vi\> president of District 5, 8 mi B'rith, and Charles Seiavitch, president of the Flc'da Feo*ition. Wilson will present cert:: Judge Milton A. Friedman, past president of District 5 will distribute Meritor i< Awards. Closing rerrfarks will be offered by Jack Click, membership lirec-( tor for the South Florida Council. Mrs. Henry Balaban will bi in a program of vocal solos, vntli Bert Duckman at the piano The public is invited Wilsor It nounced. ELECT LOUIS H0BERMAN To STATE LEGISLATURE • VICE MAYOR OF SURFSIDE • NOMINATED IN 1959 and 1960 for DADE COUNTY'S OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AWARD • ACTIVE IN CULTURAL AND CIVIC AFFAIRS DAUGHTER BARBARA, LOUIS AND tSJULt Fur Expert Opens on Beach I. K. Etman Furs, manufacturers and designers of fine furs, of New York and Miami Beach, is now open at the DiLido Hotel. Mr. Etman is currently offering to stage fur shows gratis for organizations throughout the area. I K. Etman will present a mink stole to be given away at a dinner here Mar. 3 at the DiLido sponsored by the Canadian Jewish Congress. Proceeds are for the blind children of Israel. Young Adults In Open House Young Adults group of the Miami YMHA Branch will have an Open House Social on Sunday evening at the Miami YMHA Branch, 450 SW 76th Ave The dance will offer a band and refreshments, and will serve to introduce the young adult program for men and women. 18 to 30 years of age. 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•iday, February 15. 1963 *• Jewish ficridlian Page 5-C v ..ill. SHOLEH LODGE No 1024 I %  .District of Columbia Chiefs Told They Can Bar Discrimination I Presidents Night" at Sholem Lodge of iai B'rith featured the recent initiation of the I A. David Ray vis Membership Class. Standing I'left to right) are these pest presidents of the Lodge: Sidney Palmer. Marvin Rauzin, Joseph iRayvis, William Pallot. Judge Sam I. Silver. Hany Schwartz, Robert Lewison. Eli Hurwitz. land Edward Klein. Seated (left to right) are Proceeds from the fourth annual Cavalcade of Israel Stcrs I presented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Cr[gcnization of America are turned over by Frank Farbenblocm I left, chairman of the Zionist Youth Commission here, to Abra. Grunhut, treasurer of the Cavalcade, and manaqer of %  '. hingtoll Federal Savinqs and Loan Assn.. Washington |Ave. branch. Center is Josh Rephun. co-treasurer and past [president of the Miami Beach ZOA District. Proceeds are earmarked for Zionist youth work here. r oung Adults Plan Program nn VMHA Branch young id ilt program got olf to start at a mooting held t! the branch. wore made tor the upon li '.inl to bo hold by the r Sunday evening, Fob. 17. % iliami "Y." The social will t< to the entire young adult |ommunity. ri.up will bo meeting on i r< uular basis on Wednesday \s. 8:15 p.m., 415 SW 16th A\' Ml young single adults 18: I ears oi age are invited to i *W* these current officers: Milton K. Hahn, treasurer; Moe Schatzman, corresponding secretary; Morton Palmer, financial secretary; Sanfora Swerdlin. president-elect; A. David Rayvis, president; Marvin Pearlman, vice president; Saul I. Blake, recording secretary; Bernard Kohn. Warden; and Howard Margolis, assistant monitor. Mt, Sinai Begins On New Wing Mi sinai iio>pital began construction this week on a now wing in the rear of the hospital to house linen rooms, central sterile supply, general storeroom an l maintenance shops, • Included will be two new taci l ties, a hospital laundry and a print shop. Hospital areas formerI) occi I bj departments in the new wing will now provide space tin the addition ol from 20 to 30 medical and surgical intensive care bed-. Under the public works accel eration program, Mt Sinai recently was '-non a Federal grant .i78. This sum will defray about 50 nor cent of the expenses ( %  I construction of the now wing, relocation of supplies and the addition ol the new beds. Increasing Mt. Sinai's 360-bed facilities, the intensive care units w : ll permit the most effective care of critically ill patients by grouping them in areas which are specifically staffed and equipped to provide the necessary care. j. Gerald Lewis, president oi the hosptial, explained that 'the floor nursing Staff provides service to the many patients who cannot afford private duty nursing, The hospital Staff nurses will now be able to give to the acutely ill patients, post-operative and acute medical cases, the maximum of the special care and time so important to their return to good health. The estimated cos! of the conslruction is S220.000. and should be completed by mid-April. Architects arc Donald ('.. Smith and Irvin Koracb. with Grant-Sholk Construction Co. as general contractor. WASHINGTON — tJTA) — The Commissioners of the District oi Columbia have been informed b) the Corporation Counsel that thej have the legal authority under their police powers to ban racia' and religious discrimination in pri vate housing, Pocke ol ami Jewish and anti-Negro bias have persisted in the District The Corporation Counsel's opinion stressed however, that an anti-bias regulation could be issued only after public hearings to determine whether discrimination endangers the general welfare and safety of the community. Commissioner Walter N. Tobriner declined comment afr '.'.: -.• ,. .;., ter receiving the opinion from the city's legal staff. Just before Congress adjo irned, the southern-dominated House District Committee adopted ;i resolution asking the Commissioners to hold off any ordinance, li qui stioned the authority ol the District Government to iss le one 1 i Congressional committee si 'I it wanted tune to hold its own In ings when Congress convenes next \ear. A member of the committee staff lias conferred with the Corporation Counsel's office about the authority of the Commissioners to Issue an anti-dlscrimnation ban une'er an 1892 joint resolution of Congress Serving on the open house committee for the club are Sid Ehrens, Frederick (ioldenblank. Berme Miller. Diane Taubor. Jack Kotkin. Joyce Buchwald, Meryl Bernstein, Sue Rosenberg. Linda Banner, Gig! Mcrmcll. and Frank Weiss Brunch and Card Party B'B8i B'rith Women. Sunshine Chapter, held a brunch am. card party on Tuesday, starting at 11:30 a.m., at Sunny Isles Bowl. 18830 Collins Ave. Mrs. Arnold Uothenberg and Mrs. Frank Burg were in charge of information. Have that 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 a wedding or a private party jfc tor Information! J HAZEL ALLISON Catering Director, J JE 1-6061 ^ zeir. 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Modeled after the oldest Jewish house of worship in America, the Mill street Synagogue In New York, it will house ;> synagogue, daily chapel, meditation room, librarj reading room and museum, one of the uni ue features of the synagogue will be -'' '"• formation Center, where material will be providi d The ultimate compliment to your guests an imitation to have your junction catered by Fontainebleau expt rts... the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy of the World's must beautiful hotel. • BANQUETS • WEDDINGS RECEPTIONS Also available Kosher catering and personaliieif lontaincbleau catering at your home C.;ll Lawrence Manning Executive Bunguet Director HJI.'III Becl( Banquet M. 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•iiday, February 15. 1963 t'Jewii.sii FtoridHrtm Page 13-B Candidates Line Up for New Seats Eleven seats in the Florida House and one seat in the Senate are Dade County's prizes as a result of the recent reapportionment, and a formidable list of Greater Miamians hv* flocked to qualify as candidates. Following is a list of the hopefuls in the upcoming Feb. 20 primary: (See also Sec. A and C). Stanley D. Caidin He is past president of Temple Beth Sholom Brotherhood and Stanley D. Caidin.has announced Normandy shorcs Golf club H e [dward Miller David ft'iHch Daniel Moore J3ar members of the third grade class at the school. During the membership drive, headed by Hyman Galbut. chairman of the membership committee, more than 250 new applications have been accepted. Galbut reported the goal of the campaign is to reach 1,000 new members before the end of February. "There's been a revived interest in the Hebrew Academy." Assisting Galbut on the membcrship committee are Sam Reinhard, Henry Groudan, Oscar Mamher, Adolf Blank. Carl Brandes and Jules Rosenstcin. Beth Torah Adults to Dance Beth Torah Young Adults will hold their "Sweetheart's Day" dance and installation of newlyelected olficers on Sunday evening. 8:30 p.m.. in the Main Hall ol Beth Torah. Men between 21 and 40, and women between 18 and 35, are invited to attend. Admittance will be free to paidGalbut said. "We see now the up members of organization. Charles and Allen Levy srvices conducted by Rabbi gene Labovitz Oh Saturday i Feb. 16, at Temple Ner will include the Bar Mitzoi Charles and Allen Levy. Bns of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Levy. 7!uh Ter., the celebrants are, at Naptilus Junior High the Temple's Religious School. eption will follow the cere-; |y. a Leonard Zeskind |ar Mn/vah of Leonard Zeskind be observed during Saturday ding services. Feb. 16, at TernBeth Am. Rabbi Herbert Ungard will officiate. |r. and Mrs. Stanley Zeskind. Pnts of the celebrant, will host Incheon in his honor at Hieir le, TIWO SW 133rd Ter.. followthe ceremony. EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR GROUP 11 and for David Abrams li'i Mitzvah of David Saul, son Jlr. and Mrs. Benjamin Abrams, be celebrated on Saturday. 1<>. in the main sanctuary at David Congregation. Rabbi Unan N. Shapiro will officiate. DEDICATED TO DADE Country Store Features Unusual The Country Store. 2880 Florida Ave., Coconut Grove, features a Gourmet Emporium. At the Gourmet Emporium, | there is always the unexpected in the form of the most delicious kinds of" exotic foods and unusual | articles. And. in the Country Store, also are available such items as baskets, pottery, bells, brass, crystal, notions, groceries, wagon wheels, pergolas, garden figures, lamps, bonnets, woodware, paintings, and antiques. Other items include pictures, aprons, statuary, candles, china, gadgets, candy, rugs, Pennsylvania Dutch foods, copperware, ironware, ; Bean pots, resin cookers, and spice. The Country store, whose own ers are Ray Wheatley. Don Robinson, and Mary Tarlowski, are proI fessionals in interior design. Their wares are objects of art they have gathered during many trips to Europe. In addition to luncheon, there are tea and tarts at 4.—S.T. It's not what I look like. More important is what I stand for. S. D. CAIDIN. ATTORNEY STANLEY CAIDIN FOR State Representative Married — Four Children Past President South Florida B'nai B'rith Former Law Partner Abe Aronovitz Has Been Active for Anti-Defamation League Slum Clearance Muscular Distrophy Association MURRAY H. DUBBIN QUALIFIED CANDIDATE HOUSE : REPRESENTATIVES GROUP 6 Rabbi Schiff Will Lecture Tuesday Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual I leader of Congregation Beth El,| and vice president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., will lecture on "The World is a Moral World," at the College of Jewish Study at the Bureau of Je Education at Beth David Congre gation, Part of the serii s on "M the Prophets," the lecture will be held :1ml will Include liah lonah a id HaW .%  '*. FOR PROGRESSIVE GOVERNMENT COUNT CAIDIN'S VOTE TO FIGHT FOR PEOPLE'S RIGHTS TELL YOUR FRIENDS Vote CAIDIN-Group 11



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Friday, February 15, 1963 *JenistflcriaVan Page $C Local Women Meet Rising Health Needs; Vow to Help Complete Hospital Here Standing deft to right) are Mortimer May, past national presof the Zionist Organization of America; Herman WeinIraui Miami Beach Zionist leader; Mrs. David Goodman; and Dr. Morten ]. Robbins, of Nctshau, N.H., chairman of the Natior.al Zionist Youth Commission. Seated is David Goodwho was honored at a Zionist Luncheon Club meeting ".ere Wednesday. Zionist Club honors Coup.e Mr, .rael. a project of the ZionSHERATON %  *~HIiami WoTrTen.Tike \vorhe*h"eTeryTJhTTeci^tates. where, are sympathetic and respond to human needs. Mounting problems of health' care for thousands of people in South Florida pose a greater challenge now to many of these women who have been instrumental in 1 uilding Miami's newest non-sectarian community hospital. Cedars of Lebanon. And thry are preparing to do' something about it. To keep pace with these spiralling needs, the Cedars women and their friends recently disclosed a plan for stepped up financial support of their hospital. j "This is the way we intend to do | our part in the campaign to finish the upper three floors of this life-! saving institution," said Mrs. Sam[ uel T. Sapiro. chairman of the Women's Division development fund. | Under the new plan, the original | Life Guardians who increase their first gift to $500 will now be known as "Golden Guardians," and their names will be permanently inscribed on the Tree of Life Memorial which stands in the entrance of the hospital. The monumental wood carving by the noted sculptor Michael Piuggi stands 9 ft. tall by 6 ft. wide, and has been the subject of wide comment in art circles throughout the In addition, a genuine diamond will be set into the Life Guardian's bracelet charm, which was awarded to her previously for her generous support of the hospital. Similarly, a Godmother who increases from $1,000 to $2,009 will henceforth be called a "Golden Godmother," one of the Jughest designations accorded to Cedars women contributors. Their gold disj awards will be studded with a set oT twin diamonds, and their names will be appropriately inscribed in a prominent position in the Maternity Wing of the hospital "These are a few of the awards to be given. There will be many ethers." Mrs. Sapiro said. ist Organization of America, was presented with a special Kfar Silver Book at the luncheon "in recognition of the work he has performed on behalf of the school." The luncheon meeting took place at noon at Waldman's Hotel. Guest speaker was Herbert Ileiken. co-chairman of the club, and president of the Greater Miki %  j •% LI^* ami Chapter of the Civil Liberties NOTGCI KCIDDI Union. Heiken answered the speaker of the previous meeting, Harry Sunonhoff. on "Should Bible-Reading be Allowed in the Public Schools." aj^mooiv SHERATON-KINGSTON HOTEL Business is a pleasure here in livel> Kingston! %  All alr-condit.cned %  Balconied guost rooms %  Garden swimming pooil %  Family Plan %  Conflrmed room-end-rate reservations. Just call your travel • tent or nearest Sheraton Hotel %  Single rooms from UB.SW.BInMlamlcall 379-6454 Young Scientist Wins First Prize Miss Lonnie Mollov. a senior at North Miami High School, has written a scientific paper concerning antibiotic experiments with rats, which won first place in the recent Florida Junior Academy ; competition, topping some 250 young scientists throughout the state. Most of the research necessary for the experiment was done last summer at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, where Lonnie worked with Dr. Neil Cooper. Title of her paper was "In Vivo and in Vitro-Tcsts for the Time of Appearance of Anti-Vovine Scrum Albumin (BSA) in Fischer Inbred Hats." Lonnie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mollov. 635 NE 180th i St.. and granddaughter of Mr. and \ Mrs. Aaron Kosenthal, No. Miami Beach. She is president of North Miami ; High's Science Club and a member of Beta National Honor Society, Mathematics Club, and Future Teachers of America. She will continue her scientific interests at the University of Miami. Visiting on Beach A noted visitor from New York i City, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein. con, sidered a "Gaon," is staying at the Waldman Hotel during his 10| day visit. Internationally recognized as one | of the living Talmudie authorities. Rabbi Feinstein has just published "Igros Moshe." his fifth volume of decisions on Rabbinic Law. The five books are considered standard reference texts for decisions or. Talmudie Law. Rabbi Feinstein. a child prodigy in his native Russia, came to America 25 years ago. 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February 15, 1963 *Jmtst>Obr*&*f7 Page 15-A UTTBt TO THE EDITORteorae Stern. Southeastern Reqion director of Young Judaea, Hsits Greater Miami to meet with the more than 25 four.'-Judaea groups and discuss results of both the organis winter conclave and Camp Judaea, now in its fourth r or operation at Hendersonville, N.C. Stern (second from eft se-ated) is shown with Younq Judaea leaders at Beth Torah [ gaiion. Seated are Benjamin Niedzwetzki, in charge sixth and seventh grade boys; Mr. and Mrs. Stern; and I :m J. Gittelson, education director of Beth Torah. Standkg :::e Judy Mintz, assistant leader; Kay Levin, fifth grade l Robert Andron, fourth and fifth grade boys; Shirley v.; seventh and eighth grade girls; and Roz Ashley, sn.crs. Not shown are Marsha Ball, third grade girls; and i :;delman, fourth grade girls. >th Torah Plans School Programs .:i ii series of father and lighter breakfasts at Beth ra | ugregation will be held laj following services at |II, speaker at the Tallit \ i inli of the Harold Wolk | School "ill be Stanley i net ol the Fire Departhi North Miami Beach, \o ias been a member of the epartmeni since 1954. and i ince i960. s. -.day morning. Feb. 24. the meeting will feature a debate -:.. dents of Dade Heights i tenter. Subject will be | Bar Mitzvah be Moved to as group advisors are Irving Kuttler and Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum. with Mrs Harold Cotler chairman of the mother committee. Members of the 60 voice choir, under the direction of Ben Yomen. will be featured at the annual Jewish National Fun I rally to be held at Beth Torah this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The choir will present a cantata based on the observance of Tu B'Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day. and featuring both narration and song. The school will IK 1 the recipient Igain this year of a JNF award "for outstanding efforts in 1962 in the planting Of trees in the forests of Israel." Accepting the award on behalf of the school will he Nat Ostrov. "FOR DADE'S FULL SHARE EDWARD BRIGHAM TO THI Legislature— Group 12 (Piid Pol. Adv.) Russian Jews May Need US Haven VOTE FOR MURRAY S. MEYERSON Group No. 9 FOR gL,^ J0-1 I tote Legislature "*OR A PROGRESSIVE FLORIDA" P'ofessor of Criminology D oe County Jr. College ^HH>H' JJ\\H Paid Pol. Ad-. MuRRAf i. mcitKiUM EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Though Jewish history sometimes presents historical events as miracles, the basic Jewish rule is not to rely upon miracles, the conception being that Divine Force works through natural means, not supernatural. This traditional Jewish conception has been proved again and again throughout the history of our Diaspora, and especially so during the Hitler regime when millions of Jews vanished, without having any miracle save them. We must be realistic and face facts as they are. and prepare ourselves accordingly. It is necessary that we take all steps to provide and assure the proper protection to meet the Jewish future by avoiding a repetition of past mistakes for which we paid such a tremendous price We cannot depend on miracles, nor is it advisable to hely upon good will of friends. The shiploads of Jews who arrived at the shores of this country in 1940, seeking refuge from Nazi tyranny, were convinced that they woe Id be sheltered, just as any Cuban today takes it for granted that his entrance into this country will be permitted and accepted. The Jews in 1940 were wrong in this assumption, which the Cub-1 ans today take for granted, and' it is well-known that these Jews were sent back to their deaths. It is a matter of fact that the Cuban Government in 1940 also turned back to Europe shiploads ol Jews, from where they fled the beckon in g extermination camps. A few who were able to get into Cuba through different channels were permitted to do so because of the corruption of government officials, hut not lor humanitarian reasons. The struggle for the liberation of Russian Jewry is now being waged by Jewish organizations, Canada Leader To be Honored In recognition ol a decade of service to State ol Israel Bonds m Canada. D. Lou Harris. of Toronto, national chairman of the Israel Bond Organization there, will be tendered a testimonial tribute next Wednesday evening at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, of New York, vice president ot" the Israel Bond Organization, will be principal speaker. Active in the Israel Bond Organization since its inception in Canada in 1953, Harris was the first chairman in Toronto. Under his leadership, more than S40.000.000 in Israel Bonds have been sold in the past decade. and there is a likelihood that a break-through may develop to free these people from their bondage. They are the real victims of Communism, since they are being persecuted as an ethnic group, more oppressed for their beliefs than any other religion, and lately even executed as individuals after charges made under false pretexts. Russian Jewry was (loomed a lcng-time ago by the Communist regime whose goal was to disintegrate them as a people: but their roots are too strongly tied to the Jewish heritage for them to bow to this pressure. As Khrushchev put it. "They are adhering to their individualism, and they can not adjust themselves to the Communist system." If and when their liberation takes place, the task of absorbing these people cannot be left only to Israel, already overburdened with the absorption of other exiles. This must also be taken care of by their American kinfolk. These people will contribute a great deal to enrich this country by the skill and brainpower for which they are famous. They will truly appreciate the freedom this country offers them. American Jewish organization;should clear the way for them now, so that when this eventuality arises, their fate should not he left to some miracle or to socalled friends. It should be made certain, beyond question, that when these people arrive here they will be taken into this country as any Cuban is today, anoSnot be turned away as their brethren were in 1940. to perish in the Nazi holocaust. MAURICE GOLDRING Miami Beach Judea to Accent Brotherhood Sisterhood ot Temple Judea will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday evening. In honor of Brotherhood Week, a discussion will be held on "The Chaliense of Living Together." Speakers will be Rev. T. David Wallsteadt. director of Christian education of-St. Stephen's Church in Coconut Grove, and Rabbi Mordecai Podet. of Temple Judea. •> ** %  ** *******-***-*•**•* + **** ***> ** *** ELECT MURRAY H. DUBBIN A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES GROUP 6 I'M, I Pol. All*. ELECT Group No. 10 DEMOCRATIC .******** ** &f + ***- Group No. 10 DEMOCRATIC ********: Bernard BERMAN YOUR REPRESENTATIVE FOR STATE LEGISLATURE BERNARD BERMAN ... A PROVEN, QUALIFIED LEADER IN GOVERNMENT BERNARD BERMAN FORMER ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL BERNARD BERMAN MEMBER BETH TORAH CONGREGATION, MEMBER JEWISH WAR VETERANS I'ulct Pol. Adv, *** %  ****-******************************



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['.-day, February 15 1963 **••*> Wlr.K-mrHii^.in Page 9-A Klutznick Lauds Kennedy Friendship ice Division Campaign leaders discuss the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal. Stockbrokers conected with leading o{ Greater Miami are shown here mapping their par:ion in the Silver Anniversary year campaign at a meeting in the office of M.G.S. Investments. Standing (left to right) [erb Blumberg, Bache & Co., associate chairman of the •i. in; and Charles Goldstein, M.G.S. Investments, host for the meeting. Seated (left to right) are Eugene Mann, Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner and Smith, associate chairman of the iivision; Stockbrokers Miami Chairman Myron Zeientz, manacei of Bache & Co.; and Jerome Lelchuk, of Herzfeld & Stern, rxni Beach co-chairman with Stanley Scher (not shown). Payroll Deduction Plan Announced COMMUNITY SfffV/CfS DIVISION PACE 2-C jrroll deduction plan on be•„li of the Combined Jewish Apmany of the community's organisations that are ITS of the Communal Serices Division, has been called successful" by Communal ( hairman Edward Cohen. strative director of Temple the announcement of the' l.i. executives and staff members oi Temple Israel and the < li M Family and Children's Ser| ice have >igned up 100 per cent 1 %  -liver anniversary year lign, "The Jewish Family and Children's Service executive* and staff member* have set Ihe pace, which I hope all agencies in the Federation network and all Jewish communal sponsored institutions will follow," Cohen said. only have we been able to ite every Jewish employee on behalf of Federation. i ntral source of our Jewish nity network of service," hi added, "we have also developi'! ..long with 100 per cent partii n, an outstanding increase n contributions received, which lill help us do our part in reachederation's increased goal ot nimum of 17 per cent from Outdoor Posters Remind Miami )f CJAppeal tus has been added to the ombined Jewish Appeal's 25th Iver Anniversary fund-raising .nun by the use of eolortu' loor poster panel's throughout Greater Miami area. 'The eyecatching posters, erect%  by Donnelly Advertising Corp.. Florida, on major traffic ar i ries, are constant daily remind trto tens of thousands of resi enls and visiting motorists that pic campaign is in progress. Greater Miami Jewish Federa"i President Sidney Lefcourt |oted that "the public service post by Donnelly will serve to lnti'm the Greater Miami commun p> that our one annual drive spontred by the Jewish community hrough Federation helps to meet he needs of Jewish men, women [nd children around the corner |nd around the world wherever 1 1 w-henever they are called Bon, I Poster designer was Miami Arp-t Daniel J. Laetz. every division in the camaign." Cohen said that "with the initial success shown by JFCS and Temple Israel in their support of Federation, we look torward to all leading synagogues and social service agencies in our community, whether or not they are Federation beneficiary agencies, giving unparalleled support to the 1963 CJA campaign.'' Continued from Paqe 1-A Meir, and many other American and Israeli notables. In hit message, president Kennedy noted that Klutznick has occupied various high government posts during 10 years unler the Administrations of President Roojevo t, Truman, Eisenhower and the present Washing'en Administration. "In all of 'htse petitions of responsibility," said Mr. Kennedy, "his talent and ability won him the respect of his colleagues and the appreciation and thanks of his country. I am Happy to join in the tributes to Phil Klutmick on this occasion." Taking note of the function's interest in the Jewish National Fund, President Kennedy added: T .should like to wish you success in your efforts, through the Jewish National Fund, to transform arid wastes into habitable, fertile and productive soil. President Truman once referred to this as 'the initiation of the Point Four program for underdeveloped nations.' All such efforts to raise the productivity of underdeveloped lands and increase standards of living deserve encouragement." In his address, responding to the tributes, Klutznick told the assemblage: "In my two years of i intimate concern with events inI side the Administration, affecting American-Israel relationships, I found no gap between President Kennedy's views, as he stated them earlier, and his present and dedicated performance as our naPHILIP M. KLUTZNICK lion's chief executive." He took occasion to deny as "complete and unfounded nonsense" the rumors that he quit the UN delegation post due to "alleged dissatisfaction with the Administration's! attitude toward Israel." Klutznick described the events immediatey preceding Mr. Ken nedy's announcement of his decision to permit Israel to purchase the Hawk missiles in this country. "I was among those privileged to i he in Washington," he said, "to listen to President Kennedy ex-, plain what he proposed," to a L small group of Jewish leaders. "Briefly, in excellent prose and with perfect logic, he traced the history of the United States pol! icy and commitments in the Middle East, He then announced his rmination to provide the Hawk to redress what might ;• pear to be a developing and gerous lack of military balanci "Other than President Tru man's prompt recognition of Israel on its birth, this is the high light in the relationship between the United Srates and Israel," Mr. Klutznick stressed. "In somerhing more than words, it expressed the United States vital concern with Israel's security. This is a severe and meaningful test of genuine friendship." Mr. Klutznick also pointed out that the Ur.ited Mates has adminis tered a Irm and unaltering commitment to help Israel overcome its natural handicaps and attain a self-sustaining economic growth." Another major address at ihe dinner was delivered by Sen. Wayne Morse, Oregon Democrat, who was guest of honor. Sen. Morse said: "In the future, are going to be compelled to look; much more carefully at the nations receiving American a--i '• ance to make certain that, in helping them, we are truly advancing the cause of freedom. I do not think there are many nations that stand higher in this respect than does Israel." Norman G. Levine. president of Bnai Zion, as toastmastcr, introduced also other guests of honor, among them New York Mayor Robert F. Wagner; Ambassador Katriel Katz, Israel's Consul-General in New York; and Ment/9t N. Fisher, secretary of the JVF RAL EF RB0R 81 HOMES NOW SOLD ANOTHER ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY "THE HOME OF EXTRAS WITH NO EXTRA COST" A) THREE BEAUTIFUL MODELS to choose from: The DOLPHIN 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths-Price $25,900; The GULFSTREAM 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths P rice $29,900; The NAUTILUS 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths -Price $28,900. All three models are built with the BERMUDA STYLE ROOF at no extra cost. B) IMPORTED ITALIAN MARBLE is used in Sunken Showers, Foyers and Sills of each model. ASBESTOS VINYL in Kitchen and utility rooms. Large double sink in Kitchen plus kitchen bar and pass through to porch. Sliding glass patio doors. Vanities in All Baths. PLUS ALL THESE OTHER QUALITY FEATURES AT THE ONE PRICE: C) '/? ACRE INSIDE LOTS-Fully sodded lawn to rear of homes with landscaping. D) NYLON CARPETING THROUGHOUT—in each home at no extra cost. E) CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING and Heating at no extra cost. F) 15x30 SWIMMING POOL with screened in patio at no extra cost. G) MEDALLION HOME AWARDThis plaque is the national Hallmark of electric excellence. At CORAL REEF HARBOR this includes Builtin Oven and Ranges—and many other electrical conveniences right on down to an electric can opener. H)2-CAR fully plastered GARAGE is also included with each home. I) NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS... All homes are built under this seal of quality. J) MODEL HOMES are located off Coral Reef Drive S.W. 152nd St. on S.W. 77th Ave. A location ideally situated for Elegant Suburban Living just off historic Old Cutler Rd. Convenient to 3 large shopping centers: Cutler Ridge, Suniland and the new Dadeland. There are fine new schools nearby ... Coral Reef Elementary. Palmetto Junior High and Senior High Schools. if Waterfront lots are available. MODEL HOMES ON S. W. 77th Ave. just off CORAL REEF DRIVE (S.W. 152nd St.) 4 SEE OUR NEW DEVELOPMENT ON S.W. 104th Street AT S.W. 70th Avenue KENDALL GARDENS • • • [each lodge luncheon JNext luncheon meeting of Bnai [nth Miami Beach Lodge will be fl'l Tuesday noon at the Lincoln lnc Restaurant. Guest speaker I 1 be Rabbi Max Shapiro. -at ALL HOMES WILL BE BUILT ON 'L> ACRE LOTS WITH SCREENED IN POOL AND PATIO 2 CAR GARAGE (FULLY PLASTERED) # AND ALL OTHER EXTRAS INCLUDED IN OUR CORAL REEF HARBOR DEVELOPMENT AT NO EXTRA COST! presented by John Hopkins and Lou Guzik of the MARLIN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SUITE 200. FRANSHER BLDG. • 9300 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY • MIAMI S6, FLORIDA • PHONE 661-8545



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Fags 4-A -'Paqe 12-A Jew 1stncrkKan Friday. February IS, id63 Oceanf ront Doral Beach Hotel Will Open Plush Accommodations Friday One of the worl s most compick' and elaborate luxury resorts will c.pen its lull facilities for the fir-i time Friday, when Ihe oceanlioiu Doral Beach Hotel, now beina completed, Joics the 2.40Jacre Doral Hotel and Couatrj opened January, 1862, in a singli entitj operation. HtlKEN GOIDWOffM four sides of the tower are gray. green son proof glass window walls. The entire 17th floor will be the elegant "St-irlight Roof." Every room at the Doral Meach' will have its own electric ice chest. There will be a second telephone 11, every bathroom. More than Si million in tine arts, anUq The twin r>%  %  43th hand-woven nigs, hand carved fur< t : ,i,; the ocean 1 n Miam niture, hand-loomed tapestries and C h, and I %  in Miami, upholstery, marble-, crystal chan, ,;; _. I, ,,., two t deliers and access ries from Spain : ,\ ., ;,].* %  will help create Suitably optllenl 5, horseback-ri %  surroundings for this newesl skiing, private lake fishing, ievdition to iop drawe* vacationing, era! swimming pool-, ocean bathing, and a total ol 750 decorator••.( d rooms and suites, set m r ,, ., Minple American dishes, served in S22 million of luxurious surround',„.,., k I .., surroundings that range from La CafetO" (the Coffee Tree) to the of the two plush, formal Mediterranean Hoom, Cuisine will range from a vj-t array oi foreign specialties to Beachites Cha!r Luncheon Club For ZOA District Uarold Shapiro, president of Tho lavisn f ao litio Miami Beach Zionist District, rcsorts w m at a ll times be freely at the Doral Beach, and the ConI I the appointment ol ava ilal>le to guests of both the am Goldworm and Herbert Dora Beacft IJoto i a „d t h e Doral n. Miami Beach attorney*. )|ote and (^mry Club. The former has 430 rooms and suites, and quistador Room at the Doral Conn try Club. On opening day Friday, the Dor al Beach will feature the musi ol Freddy Martin and his orchestra in the hoU'l'S~JI0O-sa f at;Mediter ranean Roojn, which U ^Cjfedule-: to 'erve as the DoraPS rtam dll ii p and dancing area until thIghl floof is coniplctiil late tinmonth, 1 eatored with Martin w II I comedienne Sandu S to 1 id the j ol talent ,.• .< eP ou ktai n th.' main Irthhy 1 -1 hi tqtfi fee 1 1 Ma his on .m. Latin group ALfRED KASKIL Social Singles to Dance Dancing an i entertainment wi !•< featured at a nicht eluB-allai red by B'nai B'rith Socii on Saturday night in th ;e Hoom ol the Di| | 1 tel. co-chairmen of the district's Weekly Luncheon Club. TheLuncheon Club of the Miami ch District was organized over 1-1 years ago. and is one of the central meeting places each Wedne-day afternoon lor visiting Zionist and Jewish civic leaders from throughout the country. The club meets every Wedncs12 15 p.m.. al Waldman's !. and is open to the public. the latter has 320 rooms and suites. Both resorts were built and are owned and operated by Alfred L. Kaskel, president of Doral Enterprises and Carol Management Corp., of New York. The latter concern owns and manages almost 20,000 apartment units in New York City, and is presently erecting a 41-story office building at 90 Park Ave. Goldworm. wno is an instructor! J ean Sui,s formerly associated, taxation at the University of 1 "ith the Eden Roc and the DipbMi mi Law School, has been a %  mat Hotels in Miami Beach, is the e ber ol the Zionist Organizaexecutive director of the new Doral for several years, having on complex i the old M-asada At the gala opening of the new r oi Young Adult Zionists. Doral Beach, Mr. Kaskel will play past chancellor of the host to scores of international : Pythias, a member of celebrities. Masonii Order, and a gradLjke h{1 Do ,al Hotel and Counof the University ol Miami ry cklb the Doral Bcach was Law School designed by famed interior decode ipresently engaged in the r:,,or Tom Lee .. of law In Miami Beach. : Architects for the Doral Beach r.< has resided for the past were Philip..Birnbaum and Melvm 18 years, This June, he will reGrossman, who have also providMaster's degree in law eel for 12 meeting and banquet the i ol M rooms to accommodate anywhere| Heiken is also a graduate from from 50 to 1.500 people. An exhiUniversity ol Miami Law bition hall will have 6.000 sq. ft. of ol and a practising attorney space, in Miami Beach and Miami. He Firsl ncw i, lxury hotel to be 5! chal,man ofl built on Miami Beach since 1955, the Doral Beach is a complete ar-' chitectural departure from typical south Florida construction. From a broad, two-story base, the hotel rises in an oblong tower to a height of 17 floors. All %  hi Mi h Zionist District Luncheon club, and is %  past pro : the .\li;!mi Beach Lodge B'rith. He i> al pres • i airman of the Florida Civil rties Union, and a frequent kei <',\ ii Rights Brandeis Univ. Community Planning Expert to be Heard on Beach Feb. 21 ntOf. R0BEKT MORRIS Filtistrip Scheduled pionei i Won, i n i ral Gables ;p, will plans al %  ting on Thursday, Feb. 2l. to be held at Oeokies Rei at .it 1 p.m. A new filmstrip, Hey Dtroma," will be shown. lidenl Is Mrs. Sam Dr. Stanley Frehling. president of the Brandeis University Club of Greater Miami, will greet members of the local foster alumni group on Thursday, Feb. 21, 8:15 p.m.. at Wolfson Auditorium oi ML Sinai Hospital. The event will be tiie seconu In the current series of annual lectures sponsored by the group, and given by Brandeis University fac ulty members. The talk, "The General Welfare or the Welfare State," will be offered by Robert Morris, professor of community planning at Brandeis University's Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. The talk will view the impact of an aging population on present day social, urban renewal in the American future, organiiation and financing of health services, and the future of private philanthropy. Dr Morris received his doctorate at the New York School of Social Work of Coluinl la liver %  ity m 1999 Pollowing a career in social service work in hospitals and civilian and military Institutions, he icurrently the principal Investigator on a Study of Coin munity Organization (or the Elderly under a four-year grant from the Ford Foundation. £ xX


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?age2-A > k'^iitncrHlar Friday. February 15, 1983 W< *. John Mason Brown to Address Forum At Temple Israel on Tuesday Night Herrev. Atcde-v rude • -.he :.. -• tree :hcr.c: of u 5 S-ev-:::-• -_; the Academy -• 24".; ?:.-.e 7:ee Dr. e= were held is boasBt of Jew.;.-. Aiboi Day 7 _.d Israeli dancmg. Left la right ~:e Lir.cc A-ger-stein Esther Fendrk Lawrence Gladadeo John JU;n*-fl iiro-An, a J'"i of the Book-of-tbeMonth Clab, and an editor-at-laffe f AM Satu' B rpeal here "" 1 %  •jav iro. r rh< H piCM "I '!' Town Hill Forum of Temple Israel of ni Brown hi i li elaisn a i and crttk To ithrl to the family. Riverside directors give their personal attention \>%  tail...mal ingerm-nts and ing burdens. Riverside offers proven ability, superior service and unsurpassed modern facilities in Florida's most beautiful chapels...all conveniently located in "'oral Gables Miami and Miami Beach ... and serving all of the fiftj states. So. rhen the Deed arises, call Riverside, rhere dignity and personal service are traditional. riverside memorial chapel, inc. FUNERAL DIRECTORS M ...'. 17th Strert -rUfhkad ...i I': • : Alt..i, |: JEfferson 1-1151 JOrlti AiON BROWN E Z .ZMT NK CHAPELS Wth thai make for a free world, without which ther* cao't be a free theatre r ir^ anything eLse." Mr Broun talk here will ^ entitled "Seeing tlings"—a ,j ls •i of the prevent day world ? % %  reflaetej in pb>., book,, and filir.WHEN YOU GIVE TO CM A YOU GIVE TO YOURSELF aaaJ YOU HELP BUILD ISRAEL M>'SM E FBEDfiEvG w o>eWtce PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CENTER OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for rAen and Women ftil PAKKINC S?ACt IK tin COMYfMffMT TO BUSES 728 LINCOLN ROAD On the mull; Phone JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' •tffSCftlf'TfONS HUM CONTACT LENSES Kabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky h


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Page 10A ncrk&M Friday, FebnusrfIS, If '\ Dr. Finkelstein Will Address Confab Of Conservative Leaders Here Feb. 24 Dr Louis Finkelstein. chancell or of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will speak on • The Future of Conservative Judaism" at a luncheon-conference in the Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday. Feb. 24. for rabbis, officers and board members of Conservative congregations in the Southeast region. Announcement was made this week by Judge Irving Cypen, conference chairman, who said 1.000 are expected to attend the event. Host congregation will be Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehr Cantonal Concert In North Dade Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami is sponsoring a North Dade cantorial concert at Beth Torah on Monday at 8:30 p.m. Cantor Sholom Katz will be featured. The Academy has en enrollment of close to 400 students and is located at 2400 Pine Tree Dr. Principal of the Academy is Rabbi Alexander Gross. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth Torah. and the spiritual leaders of North Dade are participating in the Academy celebration. In Dade & Broward Counties, nearly t V iSV out buys their awards from: 1 HALPERT'S TBOPHMES "Largest in the South'' PAN AMERICAN BANK BLOC. Ph. 377-2353 man is spiritual leader. Joseph M. Lipton. president, and Judge Cypen. vice president, ol the Temple. Judge Cypen emphasized that the conference will not be a fundraising function." He explained that "discussions will center primarily on the need to support the National Enrollment Plan of the Seminary as a means of provicing a sound financial base to insure continuance of the programs of the Seminary, the United Synagogue of America, and the Rabbinical Assembly of America, which are the central institutions of the Conservative movement." Florida congregations to be represented incluoe Temple Menorah, Miami Beach; Zamora Jewish Center, Coral Gables; Temple Israel. Daytona Beach; Temple Tifereth Jacob, Hialeah; Temple Sinai-Jewish Community Center. Hollywood; Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jacksonville; Temple Emanuel. Lakeland; Coral Way Jewish Center, Miami; Beth David Congregation. Miami; Temple Beth Sholoin. Lake Worth; Beth Emeth Congregation, Miami; Temple Zion. Miami; Temple Beth Torah, North Miami. Also, Yehudah Moshe Congregation. North Miami; Dade Heights Jew ish Congregation. North Miami; Temple Israel, Orlando; Ohev Shalom. Orlando; B'nai Israel. Pensacola; Temple Shalom. Pompano Beach; Congregation B'nai Israel. St. Petersburg; Temple Beth Sholom. Sarasota; Congregatioj) Kodoph Sholom. Tampa; and Temple Beth El, West Palm Beach. Other congregations will be represented from Alabama. Georgia. South Carolina and Tennessee. B'nai B'rith Will Fete Anniversary DR. 10UIS flNKtLSTUN New Hospital Names Executive Appointment oi a i.eted hospital administrator to direct the newMiami Beach Hospital was announced here by Col. Peter Nordyke and Dr. L. V. Lindroth. two of the principals. Walter K. Hargreavcs. of Delray Beach, who served for 17 years as executive director of the 410bed Christ Hospital in Jersey City. N.J., before moving to Florida two years ago. was named administrator of the Miami Beach Hospital It will be built at 700 Alton Rd.. on the site of the recently-razed Alton Road Hospital, The newhospital, scheduled for full clinical facilities, will have 129 beds, and groundbreaking is scheduled for this spring. • ; ]r\m HEAfcil G AIDS '•pon 4ii Moin WH LC lOU WAIT • •tfcrif. a*C MMi Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 42 N.W Wrsf St. FR 7-1012 TMM5 TIMOfS HEBREW PRACTICE CLUB Every Sunday II A.M. to 1 PJN. ADULTS WELCOME All NKf I teadinf—Conversation—C ui ia m w 1511 SW 5th Avt., Cor. SW 11 Hi St. Miami Ph. 374-0791 i i i i i THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS fOII ITS THRIFT SHOP All four furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PIEASE CALl US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays JOSEPH HYMAN The Jewish Booking Agent for Richard Tucker Con Be Reached At 4125 Collins Avenue 532 6632 Miami Beach 40, Florida Social Club Will Feature Talk Miami Frien.'ly Social Club will meet on Sunday. 2 p.m., at Beth El to hear a discussion on "How is Your Heart'." Entertainment will follow the business portion of the meeting. Committee members are Mrs Jacob Graff. Mrs Anna Cortez and Mrs. Minnie Stieglits. Presi dent is Max Garshag. FOR SALE 50 PLOTS IN MT. SINAI CEMETERY HI 3-7233 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Round Cold Coast Coverage Covers four Selling Are-i Wl 5-1602 Wanted LADY COMPANION to ELDERLY LADY Good Home, Kosher JE 8-3509 JUDO Newest Amateur Sport OLYMPIC SPORT 6 to 60 DICKINSON SCHOOL OF JUDO IS S.E. 8th Street FR 1-4880 PROFESSIONAL RUG CLEANING A DYING 9x12 20 lbs. 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Suite 322 Telephone 371-4100 ttKXT A €AMt from $2.50 per day $10 per \* k Amllt'ajM CftlftffgV AB0TT MOTORS, Inc. 1451 W. FLAGLER ST. Phone FR 3-0326 A-l ANSWERING SERVICE, INC. SERVING DADE COUNTY CENTRAL NUMBER MO 1-4218 GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. fR 3-7180 Have your roof repaired now; yoL will save on a new roof later '-Satisfactory Work by Experienced Men" DR. KARL ROLLER OPTOMETRIST ANNOUNCES THE RELOCATION OF HIS OFFICE TO JEFFERSON SUPER DEPARTMENT STORE SHOPPING CENTER TEl. 945-4981 for APPOINTMENT 163rd ST. & 10th AVE. NO. MIAMI BEACH OPEN EVENINGS Dr. Arnold G. Clement announces the opening of his office for the practice of General Dentistry at 1045 KANE CONCOURSE Bay Harbor Islands UN 6-0880 Holliday's Paint & Body Shop "Wrecks Made like New" pi Mi /i^A 3701 N.W. 7th AVENUE 00i-0loU Holliday's Auto Glass & Mirrors AUTO GLASS INSTALLED MIRRORS OF ALL KINDS 685 N.W. 36th STREET PH. 635*8913 14601 Northeast 16th Ave., at W. Dixie Hwy. Tel. 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Friday. Februcay 15, 1963 fJenisti fhorSdiiaiti Page 5-B G. Belfin chicken 2 cups chicken soup 1 4-oz. can whole mushrooms H teaspoon crushed rosemary leaves Sait and pepper to taslc 1 lemon, sliced very thin 1 me; ium onion, sliced thin '1 Stalks celery, sliced 2-3 cup seedless raisins Mrs. Leiter Chair Drive On Heart Sunday lichees ire the slightheavy saucepan. Measure 2 tableChairman of the Heart Sunday Drive in Miami is Mrs. Chester Leiter, ITTO SW 24th Ave. Active in Heart A>sociation projects for over eight years, Mrs, Leiter anticipates that over To prepare with a whole roastHeart Sunday volunteers will call iteri of the broiler-fry, p0 otis of the Eat and remove the inK chicken, truss it and place on their neighbors during Heart a Inference of just .,..„ ,. ., ,.,,,„.„„,. ,,; '-' i> in a deep roasting pan Sunday weekend, which begins ... in their ages, but timn 11. z tact spoons of ,„•!,,,, Hrown in an oven Thursday. Feb. 21, and ends on ice that little time lm f; '" "><-' saucepan, and add heated to 425 deg. F. for 30 mmHeart Sunday, Feb. 24. in tl • mealiness and flavor 1hl chicken pieces Brown well utes. Lower the heat to 350 deg Heart Fund goal is S175.0O0, ac! %  • Broiler-fryers an "' ,'" M i,s A d l,u lo!1 a;,(l F.. add the remaining Ingredcording to Leonard I. platt, i%3 old and weigh up co a minutes over medium heat, ients, cover the pan, and bake unHeart Fund campaign chairman itds Roasters begin pour '" ''"' S0U Pun(l add ln; til tender, about tvn hours. Skim for Dado County. and weigh from SVS "eon pepper, paprika, and catsup, the fat from the surface ol the Both Mr. and Mrs Leiter, memThe extra poundage Bring to a boil, cover the sauce mice, and pass the sauce sepers of Israelite Center, are ac pun. then simmer about 40 mm: rat.lv in th< II \ Ofiatlon of Greatmes, until the chicken .s tender. nivu m ,.,„,.„ ,,.„,„,,. ev er Miami; which Mrs Leiter erves • Add salt and pepper to taste '" '• iu ]h "" w ** as a member of the board. The 'be riavor ol the paprika should g %  tr !" ? ££?L£ liters have one son. Alan, and be pronounced, but the exact mt '" '" ? ,ar e h \ > grandchild, Debbie Lynn. amount used is a matter of taste. P an or ^Choven. Add the chick !" Skim off an> surface fat before f P' and brown on all sides, paB..-J. -r AiX ffilAmmm serving. Place the noodles in a A < ld ,hl '^minK ingredients, BOWlliig FlintiS I O AlO ISIIiaren bring to a boil, cover the sauce, pan. then lower the heat and sim-, North Dade Chapter. B'nai Proceeds will go ito the mainmer until the chicken is tender. Brith Women, is holding its first tenancc of Beliefs Ire about 1 hour. Skim any fat from the surface of the sauce, and serve the chicken and sauce with lo tl -Mil young and ten ler nerous am units ol I br< .i i


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?=r > ienitf tkrMinir Friday. February i We I the Women WOMAN Of THE *EE* OB tb iht -it* Mi* X.— i • ; • %  Bad %  Hi til Bea Li;• %  -' Dccaose yoy re ody been bone lot On those eetings. Bea d lamNeri awl ikr e IE th-~~T both attended froar. Hvater Coflete aad M..-7.being esc of taspecialise in %  -.~ ear after II :.i %  <-%  • £ --.? %  %  -.-: .r bone Bea fa>-1 Sie does not take the be. ...... ;•. is char faac artist, to have beautiful tames abouTbey both feel that the hcme should be the center of :>. and • --_.-.. i ; • %  i Tbey have jos? Rear :..-.la their Terrace Towers. • place, as i wars fr.endly ~re two scr.I ad Alaa A.i.and soon B*a tad Moms w.ii be granc I often %  n Morn.%  when Moms does h rtiai glaai or other lovely pieces current hotel Mi working on. Bea *.-. .nui he's finished and then she says. .. -r.op for ours*. The Lapiduse* aJso haTe a charming apartment ir. New York. Bear Jicf.agatone terrace and a tree, which '.r.r.j.t : Bi ..•.;. A ceHattar Oi r-c.pefata BVCTJ eoactry ; .-.ted Bea is a good cook She started by m to her by himother. rev up together, it has been eay to know each other's %  '. .r.t.-ary to the opinion that ar. artistic person is hard to live with. Moms, according to Bea. s ewg to please and fun to be Ma> also because Bea thmk> everything •..-.at Morns does is just wonderful. AMD LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US Herman Lefiert. national president of the Women's Division, latrim Society lor Techmon. who is wintering in Palm Beach, sent a chartered bus to pick up the entire Miami board of directors of Tecnnion and :• %  • % %  %  .m to Palm Beach as her guests for a full day of luncheon at Petite Marmite. and cocktails in her penthouse aaartaaeal n Lake %  -. Fun .-. i bw ihrajn i nclodei afaajlag nd this bus tnp as no exception. Ruth 'Mrs. Jack* Popick led the vocalizing But •*hen she .-ins I Left My Love in San Francisco." there vaaal a Moad from UM crowd Talking earnestly away were Inei Krer. f;. :-• K.T. Mri:-r / Ginsburg. reminiscing about w.i-r. they were confirmed .n Chicago. Among other passengers were Mrs Philip Tha Mn Morton Fellman. Mr-. Trudy Hamer-cr.i. Mrs H Franklin Williams MrMeyer Bnlhant. Mrs Harold Tr.jrman. MrAbrat tbony and Mrs. David Pon\e. GETTING READY Mollie and Dan Ruskin have alerted their family. Charlyne and James Meyer, Anorea aad Robert Magoon. ana llene and Lloyd Ruskm. that they should start getting ready for a tnp to Haifa for the formal opening of the Dar.-Carmel Hotel. The Meyers leave first: they are going to crowd as rr.ar.y places into five weeks, as is possible. Everyone will meet at the opening of the hotel. From there. Mollie and Dan H go on to Spam and Portugal • • • HOW DO YOU DO Cariy Lobe! looking like a ray of sunshine in pale yellow with a white orchid, and her mother. Mrs Jack Lebel. were introduced by Grace Mrs. Albert Seiden to her friends at a coffee at her home on Rno Alto Island. Caryl i engagement to Ronald Seiden has just been announced. At the a tr a cti ve table featuring pink carnations. Mrs Milford Purcel. Mrs Morns Seiden. Mrs. Irving Greenfield. Jr.. and Mrs Leonard Parker took turns pouring. Among the guests were Mrs. Gus Feuer and her daughter Lois. Mrs. Dan Ruskin and her youngest. Mrs. Robert Magoon. Mrs. Robert Bookbinder. Mrs. Ben Hartley and her guest from New York. Mrs flack Hartley. Mrs. Lester Hart and Mrs. Robert Hart Mrs Charlea Greenfield and Miss Shirley Greenfield. Mrs Mortimer May and Mrs. Robert Blum, Mrs. Aaron Kanner. and Mrs Aaron Fan. Caryl's grandmother. Mrs. Rae Lobel. and three great-aunts, all from Montreal, were at the party. Also present: Mrs. Maurice Kane. Mrs Maurice Furmen. and Mrs. Abe Schonield. THEY WENT DANCING Mickey and Murray Sonnett went dancing at the Eden Roc Hotel with their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Remin Spotted at other tables were Bea and Sam Hirsch. Mrs. Georgiana Jacobson. and the Sam Rappaports. • • • FUN AT THE SIRKINS Carolyn and Josh Sirkin and six-month-old Caren came through the orange groves and palm trees to Grandma's house. It was a semester break fr.r Josh, who will graduate from Stetson Law School in June In seventh heaven were the grandparents. Miriam and Milton Sirkin, and the two seta of great grandparents. Hattie and Joseph Sugerman and Esther and Harry Sirkin. Arbib: Wolis Tour Jamaica Tr of the i %  I ......... %  honeymoon in Jei • %  r wedding, the .. .lace and p4 Ire aad UM late Sol Bridegroom s brother Edward J Wous. served as his best man Eugene Arbib. Brtaa weisman and Edwin Wanner %  SJMCI City of Hoot Donee •' H will ha at and !!• d A live or< iancmg uu: and pa.d-up and m ~ MISS KOSLYH FROST mS. KtHMtTH WOLIS Frost, Ferdie Eye Mar. 31 Rites Mr Jack Fro?t. 1565 XE '• %  •• Beach, engagement of II lo Auulee R. r • r .U I MrJack I enfie, of &. %  and Sai I • go, Cal. The -*eci-::r.-.Kl I r Mar 31 at Beth Torah Congregation. -. B gagemi 11 at home of Mi Mrs %  r %  Pi I T: Mr and Mrs John Lustgarten. Mr ar.^ aln Gilbert Bat. Mr Irving Frost, and parents .e engaged couple The brideto-be wa... • her diamond nr.g during the dinner. Mi-Fraet is a graduate of S rti lliaaaj • r High School and secretary I Superutend• of Park? and Recreation of the C:ty of North Miami Beach. Mr Ferdie attended Lawrence College. DePa I'.-.;-. i-r.-ity. and the l'n.-. ersity .jf Miami and re•.-d degrees in Government and La -A from the University of. Miami. He ws president of Tau Epsilon Phi. a member of Alpha Phi Ome. .V Beta Epsilon and Scabbard and Blaie. president of the Inter-Club Council, and a member of the Student Senate. He :s president of the Coral Y ing Democratic Club. pr<--:-.ent-elect of Gilbert Balkin B rith Lodze. vice president ot the South Florida B'nai B'nth Youth Organization, past cornier of Murray Solomon Post 243. Jewish w^r He II a delegate-at-large on the Junior Section Council of the Inter American Bar Aan and is American Citizenship chairman of the Dade NURSES WANTED! Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses are urgently needed for immediate placement APPLY PERSONNEL DIRECTOR NORTH MIAMI GENERAL HOSPITAL 1701 N.E. 127th ST., NORTH MIAMI Phone PL 75501 For Appointment %  \er Play Manning, Nye Exchange Vow i ed m:r.I • %  Dy-wood | After a wedding the young couple linta .asaod %  .• •• • -• .ties. • • attended th. Florida Her hatband the University of North i It he was a .n Phi Fral me mb er of the Parents of the r. Mr. aad Mn Irvii Da1530 Plunket St i: Mr and Mrs A %  | %  At%  %  • I • i re %  AirS. EDW6B0 MANNIHG County Bar A>sn: and men ft of the Dade County CitizenA: rj Committee on ( t:or. A Unique Shop Featunng GIFTS FOR All OCCASICNS Including Religious IteThe Israeli Sh


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Page 8-A *Jeisl> fhcridfinr Friday, Febr JTA Chief Barred from Gov't. Briefing Seymour Tyson (left), president of the North Shore Lodge of B'nai B'rith, receives a proclamation from Acting Mayor Lewis Hoberman, of Surfside, declaring the week of Feb. 17 as B'nai B'rith Week. Tyson, a vice president and loan officer of Washington Federal Savings and Loan Assn., announced a breakfast and celebration of the event at the Balmoral Hotel on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Israeli Pleads Not Guilty Jewish prisoners, beating Jet.*, compelling them to work in Nazi forced labor camps and helping the Nazis to steal sewing machines and other property of the Jewish victims. TEL AVIV—(JTA)-Hirsch Birenblatt, Israeli National Opera conductor, pleaded not guilty here to charges of wartime collaboration with the Nazis in Poland in persecution of Jews, and trial was set for Mar. 11. He faces a mr-ximum penalty of Birenbiatt. who was a police ten years in prison if convicted ciuef in Bedjin. Poland, in 1942. Birenbiatt. who came to Israel in was indicted on W counts under 1958. was arrested after a survivor the 1950 Israeli law for the punishfrom Bedjin said he recognized the ment of Nazis and their collabormusician when the latter appeared ators. The charges included alas a piano accompanist in a coneged extortion of money from cert at a kibbutz. Continued from Page 1-A ra •!; diplomats had used news itemn pmicd by '.'H' JTA ;i> the ba>i> (or discussions with his department. Sen. Hi; li Scctt, Pennsylvania Republican, said on the Sen a e floor thai Mr Friedman's exclusion from Hie briefing was due t<> the fact that the State Department "apparently disagreed with re< dispatches" which the JTA had Bled from Washington, He said the incident was "more than an affront to an American newspaper correspondent. It is a rejection upon all the newspapers which subscribe to the Jewish Telegraphic Aoncy." The Senator added that he had been assured bv the State Department that "there was no anti-Semitism involved in this matter." The Pennsylvania!! quoted to the Senate from a report on the incident by Merriir.an Smith, of United Press International, the dean of the White House correspondents corps. Smith described the JTA correspondent as "a proud birthright American" and described the Jewish Telegraphic Agency as "an American organization which deals primarily with news concerning Jews of many nations. The agency." he pointed out. "naturally carries many items of news to and from Israel." The Jewish Telegraphic Agency disclosed that it intends to make a full protest to Secretary of State Dean Rusk against the action by a State Department official in discriminating against the agency .and denying it access to news of considerable interest and concern to the American Jewish community. JTA executives noted that this was the first time it had encountered such difficulties in any branch of the United States Government. Calling Frieda i ed expert on Jew. ,Strong was United States Conaul I W !" J *J at ,iu and First Secretary of the Amer%  %  £* ,he Jr \ • I lcan Embassj in Damascus, Syria, f"* b *Jf e,wd rom 1954 to 1958. He became dlre^onsiMe reporters ectorol the Near Eastern Divis",„> d^lea. • Dep, r ressman Ion in 1961. the State Department in ii. i ocratic Congressman William F. Ryan, of New York, told the House al Representative* that the barring ol Milton Friedman nothing less than a blatant effort i" pressure a respected new .-man to write in I manner more to the Department's liking." In a speech on the floor of the Hi use. Ryan said he was filing a written protest to Secretary of State Husk over what lie termed "an incredible incident." and he urged his colleagues to do likewise the House the tequi ce i I leading up to tin : airing ol I iedman. Pointing to th ict tha \ has alu ays enjoyj d full stal newsgathering agem j Ryan ed "ridiculous" thi contei Stri ng that the citing ol JI s patches by 1-r i diploma n their discussions with him or bers of his -tall ... i vid< i i the news agency was in the < of a foreign power The could be said ol the Ne limes or any other i edium reports are quoted in dipton hsciissions," said Rep. Ryan Hawk-Maker Assures Israel Of Effectiveness of Missile TEL AVIV — iJTA' — Israel, could be supplied with the Hawk ground-to-air supersonic missiles more quickly if the United States Army were willing to wait for delivery of those missiles it had ordered. Charles Adams, president of the Raytheon Corporation, the firm making these defensive weapons, declared here this week. Mr Adams, who came here to discuss implementation of the American Government's agreement to let Israel buy the Hawks, said his linn has not as yet met the U.S. Army's needs for the devices. The Hawks, he declared. are in production. Mr. Adams met with Deputy Defense Minister Shimon Peres, and with Prime Minister IJavid Ben-Gurion. The finel da-.tor delivery of Hawks to Israel, .aid Mr. Adams, will be determined by negotiation between Israel and the U.S. Government. Speaking of the Hawk's theiency. Mr. Adams said that DO aircraft has as yet been designed that can withstand attack b) tha Hawk. Tests showqri. he said, thai the Hawk can be osed not ground-to-air but also ground toground. He said his mi--. here was nol to discuss with Israel either price of the mi-.-.e or dat' delivery. Those .:• tails, he said, are up to the I • c.ov< mm rots, the United Stateand Israel • • • • • i • + *** + + + + ** + ** + + %  + + %  *+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + it + ELECT STATE VINCENT c. U IB LIN SENATOR EXPERIENCED INCORRUPTIBLE Born Mobile, Alabama, graduated from University of Notre Dame, LLB 1918. Admitted to Florida Bar 1918. Chief Law Clerk, U.S. Attorney's office, Pensacola, Florida, 1918. Circuit Judge, Broward County, 1927-1929. Served on Supreme Court several months in 1929 in place of Jucrice Louie Strum because of his illness. COURAGEOUS DEPENDABLE Practiced Law at Miami, 1929-195". Circuit Judge, Dade County, 1951-1959. Practiced law at Miami Beach 1959to date. Admitted to practice in all State and Federal courts, including Supreme Court of United States. Member Dade County Bar Association, Miami Beach Bar Association, Florida Bar, American Bar Association. i ELECT A FIGHTER GET A BETTER SHARE FOR DADE! \ VINCENT C. VOTE FOR G I 6 LI N "ATE SENATOR i if



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rri&ery. February 15, 1963 Jewish FhrMiw Thi l U' \ I l.i' i i to Talk ibout New Hotel :• %  !. Manor, Minister of Econ-1 mcf**MlM fcwaer-Emlwstiy-t L ft-j bington, D.C., will be guest l. j r at a dinner on Wednes| a Westview Country Club. Acting as hosts for the firm of | i -'yne. Noel & Co, members I tht New York Stock Exchange. nil rHerbert Kern, John Ser-, k„ rune Stern and Samuel |{ I nner will serve to introGreater Miami area to ,\vu Milton Hotel. ROW nstruction. Financing of 11 ibeing managed by %  nr Noel and Company. nuel Sell*, president of AI Ossip (left) and Harry prican Israel Basic EconDiamond take en the same rp ., along with an officer, posts in 1963 the! they held ilton Hotel Corp.. will exas last ear s co-chairmen of investors may particL the Combined Jewish Appeal Page 15-B t -lie project. 'omen to Fete lihon Berle Insurance Division. They're shown planning the division's participation in the Construction, Real Estate, and Allied Trades Divisions premiere Vi fternoon of entertainment showing of "DivorceItalian |bj the Props women Style" next Wednesday. Mrs. Singer, 58 Passes Away business with their an enl thai comedian Milton \ II I e guest of honor at on fete Tuesday at noon ihi La Ronde Room of the Font au HoteI Mr.-. Esther Goldberg singer. never before honored a wife ol William O. Singer, Miami I .;. tor, Berle's affair breakcivic leader and head of the Royal [four-year precedent during which Castle chain, died in Cedars ol t Props have honored wornLebanon Hospital Sunday night at I i lusively, including Martha i,'r a brief illness. | Keel> Smith. Francis Faye. Mrs Singer. 58 at the time of [ :uce and F.va C.abor. her death, came to Miami with g their show. "The Girls her husband 30 years ago. They i erle," mice again the basic lived at 6945 Granada Blvd., Coral hi M;. "ill be a "This is Your Cables. isical -how, with original Surviving Mis. Singer, in addiwritten and directed by tion to her husband, are a son. |ats> Abbott, musical arrangeLawrence E ; two daughter-, Mrs. I Harry Hrent. and the enDorothy Jacob.of New Orleans. luction staged by producand Mr-. Marlene Stone; her i 5 Kruger Pollak mother. Mrs. Lilly Goldberg: a, to women only, tickets are brother, Edward Goldberg; two [ %  through ticket chairman, sisters, Mrs. Rita Meyers and Mrs. rence Hair President of Ethel rlatsen, and eight grandchil1 ., Mrs. Mac Pepper dren. Services were held Tuesday in Temple Israel, with Gordon Funeral Home in charge of arrantien.enl CJA Workers Invited to Film "Divorce Italian Style." winner ofa-C'atmes Film Fr-rtrrnl %  ward. will be premiered at the Parkway Theatre. Coral Way. on Wednesday evening, and invitations to attend have been extended to the Construction and Real Estate Division members, as well as the Insurance Division ol the Combined Jewish Appeal. David B. Fleeman. chairman of the Construction. Real Estate and Allied Trades Division! said that the special showing will be courtesy ol leaders ol the division, and oi the Trades and Professions Council, "a.a pleasant evening for all on behalf of the 1963 Combine:! Jewish Appeal campaign." Inurarce Co-Chairmen Al Ossip and Harry Diamond are joining in the special evening at which a brief slide Him will be shown of the work of Federation's local agencies and the overseas programof the United Jewish Appeal. Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of the SpeakerBureau of federation, will present a brief commentary. Students in Playlet Third grade students of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami will present a playlet. "Abraham —The Idol Breaker," on Sunday, 10 a.m., over WCKT, Ch. 7. The program. "The Still Small Voice," is sponsored by the Rabbinic Association of Greater Miami. Members of the Hebrew Academy Choir will also perform. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal of the school, will deliver a message were brought about after tortf and careful planning. The Miami-based firm is affiliated with Continental Advertising Agency Network, with offices in 34 cities in the United States and Canada LEGAL NOTICE iscussions Set : Beth Am speaker at a reception I'n.lay evening services Beth Am will be Ret iibson, president of the i hapter, NAACP, pic will be "Is the NAACP i --i\ iin Pursuing the I \.iroes?" ecturc is sponsored by the community affairs com I" %  chaired by Bernard WekI val attorney. Topic of a forum discussion is "The %  ht to Work VS. Compulsory [i njsm." • Mondaj nighl adult eduI%  forum, Rabbi Herbert M. gard will conclude the curt -ncs on "Major ControverJudaism." with a discussion main i-sues dividing ReI' id Orthodox Jews. LOW fosea to be Discussed '•• meeting of the HebrewI' al ng L;roup of No. Miami the Chug Ivri. will take f at Temple Ner Tamid on • %  2:30 p.m. Max Katz will "The Prophet Hosea." YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED S YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEKerson Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 VUAII si h died Ki In tn KurvlviiiK mi ; '' M -II. .I.M 1, ..'. %  IT .•I i '• r %  V Mill i: ,. i.. n. M i 'uroliiuI >l \ rothi II' inn ii V %  Mr* Mil '"I' 1 i: l x.l. iiml twn ,. I .Hi.i l'i s II. i: Services wen l .. |n in Rlvi I ldi M.-nmi i I %  li ; %  • \ii..n ltd., ii!i Interim in II \ii \. i... .', in, • BRAFF. Mill I!. IS, "!20 W I Wl> 11:i• I.I.I IHIHIKI, died Feb. l. Rlvi I si.I, FROST. Philip S. v,. 10:.3S Ni: Srd .-i led i.i. v Rlvi ralde. MEYER. MiM.nuil. 77. 00 ISth Si • II .| i-.i. ; KIM raid* PEACEMAN \l. \. 86, BO" N\V l-i An II..in. .-i. ...i died I '• I., v Rl\ -i MM. SALZMAN. Murray, 80, '.' Bay Rd., died I'"!'. 8. iii.nl. HI SCHONBERG. Bum, 86, il" Cm.Iii. I', ml Inbli .-. died !•'• •!•. 7. Rlvei -i,l.. ARa.xWALD. Mul. I", lu ml. VK ISIS NK IVtith St.. died KVIi, i Be} %  i BARNETT, MilPolly, 7,"i, iMK Hardinn \v.-.. .li.-.l I-.I. 7 Itlvernldi QLAUBERG. Sat, 86, I6S01 S\V ".th Ave., Pen in. died Fob i ltlv< rldi HONIC, Abraham, !, 163 N. Shore Dr., .li.-.l I'.li 7 Itlveralde. LASKY. I.. -i.i. u.. .:n Ni: l.'iTth Ter., died I', b. 7. Gordon STRYKER. 1M. lleonre I. 54, 13190 Ar.li Creek Ter., Keyi-lone l'i.. died r, li 'i. lilvernlde. FRIEDMAN. Mis I-..II.1. v.;. 1502 l'< "ii Ave., -li.-.l Feb. %  "•. MORRELL. i:.liii..n.l. 73, l":M 19tll SI.. died i.i.. • Newman. OLENS. Mr> tlertrude, S9, i;su s\s :"-ili si .li.-.l I-".!.. ".. Gordon. SIDLE. Samuel s.. 7:., 1500 Bay Rd., died I .-I*. ''. lordon. TEPPER. Mr1.1a. 70, 031 NW Sill Ave.. died l"i> •'.• Gordon. SCHNEIDER, .iiiok. 7'.'. HW NE HI7tli St.. .li.-.l l-'.i.. ". Rh eraide. WHITE. Hurry Nathan, ". I7m Alton Rd., ,li.-.i Feb. RlveraMe FREEDMAN. Jacob M s".. raise funds [or a child health center in Israel In charge ol tickets for the dinner and costume party are Harrj Schuldiner and Sam Isaacs. Ad Firm Names Board Chairman Election of Jack I. Green to the newly-created position of chairman of the board was announced this week by Bishopric (irocn Fielden, Inc.. Florida's advertising agency, The move, approved at the annual board ol directors meeting Feb. 1. was one of nine kej ap point ments made in a step to broaden the agency's executive base and increase its creativelyoriented functions. Green, executive vice president of the agency for nine years, moves into the new position immediately "to emphasize and expand 'the creative aspects of agency-client relationships." Karl Bishopric was reclectcd president, and other agency principals W Arthur Fielden and Charles 11. Whitebrook were elected senior vice presidents. At the same time, John S. Brown and Paul H. Klein, both long-time B-G-F employees, were named to vice presidential posts, assuming functions formerly directed by Green. Brown will head up Graph if Operations, and Klein will serve 88 copy director. Board of directors also electee Mrs Hayden Thompson to the position of treasurer, and appoim ed three new members to the board. They include Gerry Dun lop of Gerry Dunlop and Aso dates, Limited. Kingston, Jamaica ; Woody Kepner. of Woody Kepner Associates, Inc., Miami: and Benjamin Green, of B-G-F. Both Dunlop and Kepner head firms al filiated with B-G-F. A veteran of more than 20 "years in advertising and the arts. Board Chairman Green pointed out that the executive changes IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. &8304-C ix RE: I:.-I..I. of HAKI.KtSAMIKI. I.I:I: 11.., I-. .1 NOTICE TO CRED TORS Tn All Cieditiu-s i.il All l'< r.-.iis Hal IMC I'.llilus ..r I •. n ii.i A: .i ;n%  l.-l.i Y..II ;. i e her. i.. not II led mid i->i-il tu |.i ••%  n ..n H Inn mid dI'hii .h. Htllle "!' I'llAKI.I.S > \.\ll l.-l. I.KK • -. .1 In.. ..I I ml. Count} i ••! i ;. lo I hi • 'mult} .l.'lu. s ..i ..;.....!.. %  i theli • r,. i ( %  -. %  eal. ndnr ii.. • rli.i'i' -i i. i.i.. ,i i.-i In ri i will In • \f.i'\.\ s i: I.I:I:. I !\. %  Shi \ in. '..... !'.,.iii ,v lli.iiziiiini I 1} S. l\ .1 II >• I ...il /,! .. II All. v 1"! !. la B %  i -.. i 11. I :• i:. NOTICE UNDER FIC I i lOUb NAivIE LAW Xl 'Tl' 'i. is 11.. i...,. i .. 1 x i ,.\' • hi %  : I %  %  %  .... %  •.Will Sll M'lltn ,I'liJM'AXY .. i. uni, %  %  h i iii. I'lMiiii, HAVlli SIIAIMRii i A i i. i. i -.Kisrri.M \N i ; %  NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'oTl.'i: IS HKKKIIY ISIVKN that %  the undersigned, deylrinft tu enitage in I l.iislii. .-s under the rietUioiic name .-i l>KW HROP INN -il 7Mi| North Went :'Tiii Ai.nii. intend* to reglmei ii. inie will lie Clerk ..I lie t*l Court ..i Hade County, Klurida. II AC. 'I.I. Wli iCI.KSWi IRT11 Side i lit ni i Kl.'ssi.Kl: A OARS Attornej s i... '.^ i" : i"•-:•:'. i i- Lecture on Socrates A second lecture on Socrates was to be presented by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. director of the Spinoza Outdoor Forum, on Thursday morning. 9 a.m New Health Plans for Men and Women Over 65 • Now a new Senior Citizen plan is available to those in normal health who arc 65 or over, and to sons and daughters who want to assure this protection for their parents. The plan proiides substantial benefits toward: HOSPITAL COSTS FOR • Room and Board • Medical (are • Surgery • Nursing (are Including nursing home care following hospiializaiion No upper age limit. As long as you are age 65 or over. \ ou can make application. If only one of a couple is over 65, the other may be as young as 56. Both husband and wife can be covered under a single policy. Renewable for life. Premiums will not be changed because of occurrences to you, as an individual—but may be changed only for ail policyholders in your classification. Why not call me for details—today? FRED A. SANDLER Metropolitan Insurance Consultant ESTATE PLANNING AND BUSINESS INSURANCE 3200 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami Phones FR 3-4616, FR 1-3916 FRED A. SANDLER Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, N. Y. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 1651 R( ISKMARIR SALERNO. Plaintiff, vs 1 1 El iROE S.\I.I:I:N. '. 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I iefendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND T> I I! \M< I AMI'.riMNi" I0H Pourth SI • %  Newark, NII. i. raej Vol. KRANK TAMBl'RINO, :ire notified iii. II ;i eomiilalnl f"i divorce haa been filed agalnal you, und you are required lo aerve :t cop> "i your anawer on tin* plaintlfra attornoy, [>AN1EI. NEAI. HKI.I.ER. RIO Alnalej llulhtina;, .Miami 32, florida, :.nn file Hi. original answer in the Clerk of iii.Circuit Court's Office, on or before the ISth ilaj of Mai. h. IM1 li" >..ii fall I., do ao, jii.ltiii.iii by rt. fault u ill be taken aajalnai you. DATED this ^iii .iiv of February, IMS. i: B NEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count)', Florida ......ii By: K. M. I.YMAN Deputy Clerk 2/15-22. 3 l- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE Is' HEREBY OTVBN that th.underabjned, deelrlnc t emcace In buwin.'sn uiicl.-r the fiotitious name of THE GRANT APTS, al M76-78 (DIllna Ave., Siuf.-i.l... Florida int-nda to r.-uisi.-r Kii.i name witii iii.Clerk of Hi.circuit Court of Dade County, : Florida. SAM IT. -us Bole ou n. i I-EON A. EPSTEIN Attorney for Applicant l'i". 2/1-8-15 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVEN that the uiul.-i siy n.-.l. deatrlni lo .-imau.' In Ibualneaa under ilflrtltloua name "i* j TRIANfil.E APARTMENTS al %  Rue V'endome. Miami Beach Intend* to reffleter -.-.i.i name with the Clerk I of th.Circuit Court of Dadi County, Fl..I ilia. LOl'IS YOl'NO ROVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorne) for I lOul* Voung i .".. I-8-1S



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4. Page 14-A +Jewi fk))ridHa>r Friday, February IS, lj| Browsing With Books: Bv HILARY MINPLIN The Universal Implications are Never Quite Clarified PAST EVE AND ADAM'S. By Thomas Curloy. 365 pp. New York: Athwwm. $5.95. # ERALD WE EMS, once of Thatcher. Mass.. now up-and ^^ coming in New York, is the first character in the book to be forced into a confrontation with his past. Brought back to Thatcher by the death of the aunt who reared him. he encounters Mary, his young love whom fee could not marry. This meeting in turn impels him to find his boyhood friend, Philip Fay, Mary's brother, whom be discovers .n the gutters of the Bowery, eking out an existence through the sale of pornographic pictures. Fay learns from Weems that the bullying, hating father he had fled years ago is now dead and has left the house in Thatcher to him. He returns to Thatcher with Sidney Stein, a bright young painter. From then on. the plot, like cooked pudding, thickens so rapidly that it is difficult to see through it. Fay is obsessed with discovering why his tather hated him. which is also confused with his search for God. The loss of his father (or God) has made him impotent; the resurrection of the past will, he believe*, free him for all actions. In his search,he turns up the secrets behind the ok) houses in Thatcher; there are the lengthy diaries of his father, some of which are strangely missing, in whictr the word is most carnally made flesh. There are puzzling questions: why did not Weems marry Mary?-how did he betray her and his friend. Phil? The terms of the book are largely christological, although part seems to be done with Freudian mirrors and part with Joycean-Viconian circularity. (The book's title comes from the first paragraph of Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake.") The women of the book are done well, although neither Weem's plain Jane nor Stein's Judy is as important as Mary. Much is to be made of the Cstholic-Prot,, tant-Jew trio, but it stands mostly as another symbol 9 the universal implications rather than of theological n counters. What are the universal implications, then? PaW that the past, although it can illuminate the present, jj not change it; what's undone cannot be re-done. Pertaj that the past, being ambiguous, can have DO nuanagj, the present except an equivocal one. which is *-'mm to no meaning at all. There is more to b ecn"" th advantage of both. Could such a limited return lead to further negotiations for settlement of other area problems? Such are the questions which are being posed, and there seems little doubt that Israel is at long last giving serious consideration to the problems involved. Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN 'Polite' Anti-Semitism a Total Delusion Washington! ANTI-SEMITISM i> "an under ^ estimated evil" that ha.gone! %  •underground" over the years bui has not diminished, according to| ;i sociologies] study made by Pro lessor Mclvin Tumin. PrincetOl University .-ociolo. According to the study, Amer ican society retains a "reservoii of prejudice" although opcr. anttaemuic express ions are no longer sanctioned. Polite anti-Semitism of the %  •gentlemen's agreement" type has replaced the blatant bias of previous years. But the victim of discrimination in employment, housing, education or social life can har;:ly be expected to appreciate the politeness with which he was turned away. It was lormerly claimed that American antiSemitism was linked to the appearance of Jews, their attitudes, and general behavior patterns. The American Jewish community has become almost fully assimilated in these externals. However, the old negative stereotypes have merely shifted to the new appearance and behavior of Jews. If Jews were earlier attacked for being differed nt. they are now denounced for being too much like others. They are condemned for pushing ahead ol others in achieving business, professional, and intellectual success. Dr. Tumin, who submitted his report to the national commission of the Anti-Detamation League here, observed that anti-Semitism continues to have an irrational basis far deeper than various superficial theories can explain. He warned against allowing today's convert anti-Semitism to convey Panorama: a false impression of the extent to which :: exitfj He called lor continuing programs of vigilant and vigorous action in education, communm le, I and Feclerac Go\eminent to flush ant the surface and eradicste it. What Dr. Tumin termed "sta'.ti-\mern:i ivas said to !>< %  ;i breedbij hostility against Jews. By degradn insecure per&oi tries to elevate his o society, To blame another is a waj on< own sense of failure. The Jewish defense agencies e.ir. substantial about our modern status Bui they can reduce anti-Semitism bj li i | community activity to impose restraint> on pit diced speech and conduct. Dr. Tumin held that I expression ol prejudice and the extent to which | it i> acted out is determined by the •balance o( permissions, restraints, and general community Nippon or constraint." T he fewer examples of open anti-Semitic aitivitv for imitation in the community, the less anuSemitism will seem permissible to the youth. Dr Tumin maintained there is probably much more antilewish bias and discriminatory practices than revealed by the polls, surveys, and institutional studies. Since American culture does not favor suc.1 open anti-Semitic expressions, "we must surel> expect that there is much more anti-Semitism undereround" than one would be led to believe by sur lace expressions. Awareness bv non-Jews of the presence of lew ish defense agencies can and does serve to force anti-Semitism to find devious modes of exproMcm By DAVID SCHWARTZ New Place for Bagels on Martian Menu QF COURSE, it had to comer; ^^ A story about bagel on Mars : A friend was telling me the storyi the other day—about a visit of t ^ Martians to the earth. I alway f pictured the Martians as tall, bu > it seems they really are small Small but cute. And the space vehicle they used for their journe to earth was of course small, too They are alert, these Martians, and coming here, they didn't miss anything. They saw the Statue of Liberty, Grant's Tomb. They saw in fact about all the sights and shows, since they could get in at most places at half prices, being taken for children because of their size,. After a while, they had enough. They said the earth is all right for a visit, but they wouldn't live here, if you gave it to them. So they prepared for their return journey to Mars, and it was then OH th* Record: that they noticed that one of the wheels of their space vehicle was run down. They would have to get a new wheel. It was a problem to get a wheel small enough. But they passed a delicatessen store and noticed some bagels in the window. Enterisg the store, they said they wanted to buy one of these wheels. •That's not a wheel, it's a bagel." the store man said to them. "What do you do with It?" t


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lory 15, 19G3 *J*wisti rifori(fifr)ir> Page 11=B SCOPE BY ALAN SHECTER A Musician Views Music and Youth Today Igcr who doesn't like music is "out of it.' is. "he's square." or lit in" with the group which he'd like to this reason, rock 'n' Hammered into the st teen-agers almost !etc exclusion of betle assertion of Barnett |n. conductor of the ch Civic Orchestra, iho has close enough li pupils in Miami JK to know. ti-.ols that rock 'n' produce no reasonable reaction. "The primrted sound and steady It perpetrates a false lat spoils their taste mg better," he says. Id who is exposed to Ml and classical music 1; it. reacts favorably %  velops new interests %  lake him a more com[better person.'' Bree out. "But with so Busis on rock n' roll. Ically a miracle that |gers do pursue better lusic Appreciation |to help rcm coy the Srceskin and the Miami (vie Orchestra perform each year in the ch public schools. He believes musie should weigh still more heavily in the curriculum, and considers most music appreciation courses to be a farce. A concert violinist himself. Brceskin has been conducting the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra since 1955. when he moved here after a loni; stint with the National Symphony of Washington (D.C.). Prior to that, he gave re citals throughout the northeastern part of the country. His Miami Beach Civic Orchestra is composed of both volunteers and paid professionals. While Breeskin dreams of the day when all of its performers will be protessionals. he is realistic in appraising, the financial barriers that must be overcome. "Symphony orchestras must be nonprofit because of their size and the near impossibility of remunerating all the artists with fair compensation." Breeskin explains. "Without raising concert prices to prohibitive proportions, huge crowds would have to be attracted, and then the problem of aceoustics bares its head." Breeskin has great praise for Miami Beach Mayor Keneth Oka, a violinist and music-lover in his own right, who has lent his support both to raising funds and raising the interest level of the community in his city's Civic Orchestra. Varied Programs Breeskin often considers the possibility that a solution may lie in federal aid. a common approach in many of the betterdeveloped countries of the world. He seems a little peeved when people sometimes refer to their contrbutions to the Civic Orchestra as "charity." which of course is not accurate. During Breeskin* tenure as conductor, the Civic Orchestra has played a wide variety of music, including light classics, operas, symphonies, waltzes and full-length oratorios. On Sunday night at Miami Beach Auditorium. Breeskin and the orchestra will play Beethoven's Emperor Piano Concerto. with Ely llaimowitz. whose parents live in Miami Be"ach. as soloist. Breeskin is particular^ enthusiastic about Sunday's program bcflflR he has always favored this work as "the most colossal Beethoven concerto of all." In the near future, the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra will be renamed Miami Beach Symphony Orchestra. Other improvements and an expansion of activities will probably also be forthcoming soon, judging from the drive and enthusiasm of Barnett Breeskin. For although he emphasizes some of the problems facing better music in our community today, his energies are "tuned" to solving them for tomorrow. SUPERLATIVE FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE ittft It'-?-'/ f*\-m OM'ti -im. 1 MIN Holland Honey Cakes Boast Fine Tradition m Panel rs Lodge Fprogram in observance lood Month will be held ly. 9:15 p.m., by the M B'nai B'rith Chapter at Hillel House on the : of Miami campus. |f)r discussion will be the Responsibility of Leadership in InterIt ions?" u ill be Rabbi Mor of Temple Judea, and ar, B. Williams, of St. hi pal Church. Ml. AMD /MRS. HIWRY U OOfl^ Beth Jacob Sisterhood Beth Jacob Sisterhood was to hold an open meeting this Thursday evening at 311 Washington Ave. Guest speaker was to be Dr. Hyman Rosenkrantz. whose subject was to be "How to Keep Our Bodies Healthy." Plight of Russian Jewry Fifth session of the adult edui cation forum series of Temple ; Sinai of North Dade will be held Monday evening. David Colker will present his illustrated lecture on modern Russia and discuss the plight of the Jew in Russia today. %  k NOW OPEN! Causeway Inn LOUNGE AND STEAK HOUSE 1550 N.E. 123rd St. FEATURING IARTHA & ROY'S STEAKS 'COOKED TO PERFECTION" LET MIGNON FAMILY STYLE $ 2 25 H SO l!*SUM AUTHENTIC GERMAN AND AMERICAN CUISINE AND SEAFOOD SPECIALTIES OPEN OAlir 100 TM. to 10 P.*. SUNDAY ... IHM—HtolOP-MHALLANDALE, FLORIDA <"*" S. I, one-half mile south of Gulfttream Race Track Ph. HOLLYWOOD VA 27223 X >. -J "POLYNESIAN RESTAURANT *^~ '• and GARDENS PHONES MIAMI FR 14479 FT. LAUD • MLWD. 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Tnday. February 15, 1963 *. ITM *#' fluiAM&n Page 3-B Planning a Purim Masguerade Ball are representatives of the Brotherhood, Sisterhood, PTA and board of Temple Beth Sholom at a recent meeting at the home of Judge and Mrs. Philip Schlissel, 9132 Bay Dr. Top row (left to right) are James Knopke, Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, Mrs. Philip Postelnak, Mrs. Martin Steinei, Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, Mrs. Jack Shapiro. Murray Gilden. Harvey E. Kramer. Philip Postelnek. Bottom row (left to right) are Judge and Mrs. Schlissel, Mrs. Louis F. Snetman, Jack Shapiro, Mrs. Irving Kushman, Mrs. Murray Gilden. The masguerade will take place at the Temple, on Saturday evening, Mar. 9. Party to Honor Joan Field A party to honor violinist Joan Field will be hi.it a: the tome "'.Mr., a/" 1 Mrs.^aniel Uammond^ 5901 \< Bayshore Dr.. on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. Leaving later in the week for a three-month concert lour of brae! and Europe. Miss Field was recently named director of a new string quartet being formed in Miami under her name. In addi'.on to Mis! Field, Victor Stern, first violinist with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, and a pupil of William Primrose, has accepted a position with the quartet. The two members still to be nanted will be given faculty appointments to the university's School of Music where the group will be quartet in residence. In charge of additional information is Mr-. Mae Perlstein. 3 Island Ave.. Belle Isle. MISS JOAN fltlD jPioneer Women's Luncheon Will {Assist CJAppeal Pioneer Women will hold a I] on on behalf of the silver I rsary year campaign of the 1 .1.wish Appeal at the Hotel on Wednesday, it i\ nnounced by MrMilton < president of the Greater L'ouncil of Pioneer Women. Dorothy Krieger 'Fink, <>l the Federation Spe;.V I tureau, who haserved B8 i ,n ol the Miami Beach ) j Authority, will be special .it the luncheon. i; addition, the 1963 United Jewpeal film depicting 25 years service by the l.'JA will also ughlight the program. Mr-. Green announced that the iresident of the nine constituent aapters comprising the Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Women pull serve as hostesses for the Dmbined Jewish Appeal lunchton. Hostesses Include Mrs Isaac Pushkin, Golda Meir; Mrs. Joseph pCrantz. Club 1; Mrs. Irving Liftlian, Club L': Mrs. Jacob Raffel. Sadimah; Mrs. Isaac Olfenhenden. Jjeba Idelson; Mrs. Sam Davis, Coral Gables; Mrs. William Wagner, Tikvah: Mrs. Evelyn Heitin. Eilat; Mrs Alfred Lichtblau. Mrs. Louis Baida, outgoing president of Beth Jacob Congregation Sisterhood, hands over qavel of her office to Mrs. Max Thurston, newly-elected president. Mrs. Tibor Stern (center), wife, of Beth Jacob's spiritual leader, looks on. Home Residents Move Temporarily Voceeds to Aid kosher Home Filth anniversary of the Bikur pholim Kosher Convalescent Home full be celebrated by the Women's luxiliary with a luncheon at the %  rHotel on Wednesday noon. Guest speaker will be Vice Mayr Malvin Englander. Musical program is by Mrs. Joseph Malek, Accompanied by Mrs. Olga Bibor Btern. Chairman of the day will be Mrs. Murray Kostoff. Program Chairman is Mrs. Nathan Roth. Mrs Joseph E. Keiser, president f! the Auxiliary, said that proceeds will go toward the expansion of the Home. An unexpected problem in the construction of the new Ablin Pavilion of the Jewish Home for' the Aged. 151 NE 52nd St., was this week solved through the courtesy of Administrator David Col lins and the board of directors of the Osteopathic General Hospital, who have made available the building and medical facilities of the former Biscayne Hospital, 6339 Biscayne Blvd.. for the use of 50 or more reMdents at the Home. Maurice Pearlstein, director of the Home for the Aged, announced that the present Ablin nursing and medical facilities will be transferred for the next four months, along with 50 residents using these facilities, in a mass movement from the Home to Biscayne Hosptial. Mrs. Jeanne Dare, director of, nursing, and Dr. Charles Beber, medical director oi the Jewish Home for the Aged, will be in charge of the temporary facilities replacing 1 the Ablin Pavilion, to which two floors are being added | with an additional 110 beds. "A full program of activities, nursing-care and complete meal; will be available at the temporary quarters of the Biscayne Hos pital with the same high standards that the residents of Douglas Gardens receive," Pearlstein stated. Beba Idelson Chapter Beba I elson Chapter of Pioneer Women will have an Oneg Shabbat on Saturday. 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs Anna Friedman, 1738 Marseilles Dr. Mrs [saac Oftenhenden, chapter president, will review the life and tunes of Ben Ziv. Max Astor will lecture on ,!< wish literature New Torch For Belh S'^oSom Mr and Mrs. Harry A. Gordon, 4435 No. Bay Rd. have presented a new Torah to Temple Beth Sholom in honor of their 30th we ding anniversary. Dedication services v. ill be held Friday evening. The new Torah was traditionally completed by Torah Scribe Rabbi Morris Fruchter at a special service for the elementary school students in the Temple's Religious School last Sunday Further lettering took place at the Junior High Assembly on Wednesday. During Saturday morning services, the new Torah Scroll will be officially read from for the first time. Rabbi Leon Kronish is spiritual leader of the congregation. Senior Citizens In 'Mock Wedding 1 Senior Citizens of the Wolford Hotel have been rehearsing tor the past several weeks on a 'Mock Wedding." which they will present on Saturday for guests ol the Jusl 0 I the many projects and activities in which the senioi citizens there participate, it has beui added to a calendar of events that inclu les community sings. films and lecture-. A large number attend the debating sessionput on by the Miami Junior High School several times a year, as well as the lectures and films presented by the American Cancer Society, and entertainment offered by the American Federation of Senior Citizens. Temple Zamora Sisferhod Temple Zamo.a Sisterhood has scheduled a card party for Sunday evening. Feb. 24. in the social hall. -Mrs. Samuel Rozeen. ways and means vice president, is in charge ol the affair, assisted by Mrs. Samuel llirsh, Mrs. Harry Kaminoff and Mrs. Abraham Kusnick. 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Friday. February 15, 1963 r First Secretary-General of UN Trygve Lie Israel Bond Conference Guest of Honor *Jewist> fork/fair) Page 3-A Trvgve Lie, who served' as sec reUrj-general of the United Nations uhen the UN General AsledMf voted for the establishment of the State of Israel, will be the goeal of honor at the nationwide celebration of Israel's 15th anniversary, which will be held in Miami Be*ch under the auspices of the Ifrael Bond Organization. The celebration will be held on { Saturday evening. Mar. 2, at the i.'oniiutnebleau Hotel as the high *pr>rrrr v of a three-day inauSurnl conference for Israel Bonds starting Friday, Mar. l Samuel Ro'hberg, who is national chairman of the conference, said the lirth a..-! niversary celebration of Israel's! independence would launch thisj year's program to sell $75.ooo.ooo in Israel Bonds. On* of the werW's foromost le•<*• r in th* s t r o o 9 • to j *trnothen democracy arad pr*sorv* th* peace, Li* supported the case for an independent Israel in the United Nations. He has termed the establishment of Israel "one of the epic events of history." Mrs. Arthur .1. -Coldborg will be special guest of the Israel Bond National Women's Division at a luncheon on Friday, Mar. 1. Mrs. Goldberg, who is the wife of the Associate Justice of the United State Supreme Court, is well-known as a painter whose work has been exhibited in a number of cities. A highlight of the luncheon will be the premiere of the Israel-International Fashion Show, with Mrs. Jarv reercc, chairman of the Euthnasia Expert to be Extradited BONN — (JTA) — Spain this \< eek notified the Government here that it will extradite Dr. Reinhold Karl Vorberg, alleged accomplice ..f Dr. Warren Heyde in the Nazi euthanasia" program, under which hundreds of thousands of persons allegedly mentally deficient—most of them Jews—were anlated by the Nazi regime uni i "mercy killing"" pretexts. Dr. Heyde himself, who has n charged with direct partici• on m the "mercy"' killing ol more than 100.000 Jews and others. xpected io be brought to trial %  St.ile of Hesse in May. The vincial Court of Limburg lias ordered the opening of proceedings against Heyde. Dr. Vorberg fled from Bonn to Spain in I960. He was arrested in Barcelona last December at the request of the West Gorman Government, which demanded his extradition under a GermanSpanish treaty dating from 1878. Dr. Fritz Bauer, the Hesse chief prosecutor, who had requested Government action for Vorberg'a extradition, expressed himself as gratified by Madrid's •extraordinarily quick"" action in the case. However, authorities expressed !oubt whether Vorberg will be Women's Division, presiding. paign. The tribute will focus o-v Israel Bond leaders who will parthe fact that the first Israel Bone ticipate In the conference in ad-, ^ be rcdcome(! thls vear startdition to Rothberg and Mrs. I Peerce. include Abraham Feinberg, tog on Hay 1. president; Ira CiuUlen. national |MHBJBJJ>SJJJBJB chairman, and Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president. A special feature of the inaugural conference will be a tribute to the local leaders who served as com-' munity chairmen for Israel Bonds j in 1951, the first year of the cam-1 BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Aye., Miami Beach JE 11969 JE 1-6150 here in time to be tried together with Heyde. 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