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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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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
Volume 37 < Number 2
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 10, 1964
Two Sections Price 21-*
Pope Praises Jewish Role
In Religious Life of World
President Johnson confers in the White House with Myer
Feldman. whom he has asked to remain as Special Deupty
Counsel and advisor on Jewish and Israeli affairs. Feldman
discharged similar functions for the late President Kennedy.
Explanation of USIA Film
Satisfies Jewish Leadership
DEPENDS RECORD
Of PIUS .PAGE HA
JERUSALEM (JTA) Pope'
Paul VI, the first Pontiff ever to
u-it the Holy Land, told Israeli
President Zalman Shazar that he
includes in his prayers the Jews
is "the sons of the people of the
Covenant whose part in the reli-
gious history of mankind can nev-
er he forgotten."
KING SEES WAR THREAT
Meir Hits Hussein Propaganda;
Says Jordan Exploited Visit
The RtmtUTs statement to Pres- JERUSALEM-(JTA)-Mrs. Golds Meir. Israels Foreign Minis)
Ident Shazar. in response to a denounced King Hussein ot .Jordan this week, accusing him of expli
..reeling bv Mr. Shazar at Megid- ing lor -political propaganda" the visit ol I'ope Paul VI to Christi l-
no, was one ol the highlights in Ity s Holy Places in Jordan and Israel.
i crowded 'ay. during which the
NEW YORK (JTA The
leaders of nine major national
organizations expressed satisfac
tion this week over the explana-
tion offered bj the United States
ation Agency in reply to
[harges thai the Agency had dc-
A!R COMMENT
fudge Drops
libel Hearing
WASHINGTON (JTA Fed
ral District Judge Alexander
Rollzoff ruled this week that de-
scribing an attack on 'political
Cionist planners for absolute rule
pa one world government" as an
. Semitic diatribe" was a fair
inment and threw nut a 14.400,-
libel suit against the com men
(ator,
During his testimony against the
I istration's trade expansion
lei in August. 1962, Curtis I!. Dall.
Washington investment banker.
Continued on Page 3 A
leted from a television film on
President Johnson a scene show-
ing a rabbi out of tear that the
lilm would meet with disfavor in
the Mi .die East.
Replying to a letter on the mat
ter written to each one ol the or-
ganisations by Donald M. Wilson.
acting director of the I'SIA, the
groups leaders -aid that they were
"impressed" by the evidence- in
the letter that the USIA "has
laithfully reflected the American
Gallon with its sihnic and religious
segments to peoples in all pans
ol the world."
Ascribing the original allega-
tion to "a misunderstanding"
between the agency's television
officials and television writers
Rod Serling and Bill Froug, Wil-
son explained in identical let-
ters to the nine organizations
that, although "a reference was
made to placement problems in
the Middle East in connection
with a suggestion of possible in-
clusion of footage of a rabbi,"
the matter "quickly became
academic when Rod Serling
himself changed the concept of
Continued on Page 8-A
The exchange was the first dis-
Icacler ot world Catholicism was pule between the two countries on
hailed by hundreds ol thousands ;,n official level over the Pope's
of IsraelisChristians. Jewish and unprecedented pilgrimage It was
Moslem-on his historic pilgrim- touched off bv a statement by
age to this country. Mr. Shazar King Hussein that the Papal pil-
had welcomed the Pope in He- grimage would not help improve
brew. The Pope, m turn, conclud- relations between Jordan and Is-
ed his remarks by using a Hebrew rael. He said the existing situa-
word twicethe word -Shalom." tion was "almost a threat ol ar
and has been since 1948. There
are still rel igee camps The feel-
ing i.'i the Arab world is that Is-
rael, as it stands, Ma- design., and
plans to carry further the aggres-
sion and to expand at our ex-
se."
SO FIRMS NAMED
It was a bright, clear day,
as the Pope, with his entourage
of three cardinals and other
Catholic dignitaries, entered Is-
rael at the town of Ta'anach,
opposite the Jordanian border
village of Jenin. That frontier
post, usually closed to any travel
between Jordan and Israel, was
Continued on Page 5-A
He called Israel's projected
use of Jordan River water for
Continued on Page 7-A
BACK ON REGULAR SCMIDUtE
Auschwitz Trial Resumes As
Witnesses Deny- Their Guilt
Pinch Spy Trained in Cain;
Posed in Israel as a Jew
TEL AVIV (JTA) Kabarik
bcoblan, an Armenian born in
|airo who, recording to the Israeli
tcurily authorities was given
roful training for spying opera
foi's insi le Israel over a period
years, was arraigned here in
' -Irak's court on charges of
age. and ordered held for
days for further interrogation
fccurity officials said: "We have
: -h here."
Jacoblan's story and his pre-
ration for an espionage intelli-
hehalf ol the Egyptian intelli
tace read like a cloak-and-dag
tr thriller after it had been re-
paled by the security officials
fre. In Cairo, where he had be
[mo a photographer, he attend-
an Egyptian intelligence
Ihool. Given false identity pa-
pTs. with which he registered as
Arab refugee, he was sent to
Ptil. There, an Egyptian agent.
Salim Aziz el-Said, sent him to
Sao Paulo, where Jacobian pre
Rented himself as a Jew by the
name ot llzhak Kochuk.
As preparation for his posing
as a Jew, he had been circum-
cized in a hospital in Cairo, and
had been trained in a certain
amount of Jewish tradition. He
"proved" his Jewish background
in Sao Paulo by showing photo-
graphs of the Jewish cemetery
in Cairo and claiming that one
of the tombs had held the re-
mains of his Jewish grandmoth-
er.
From Sao Paulo he went back
to Kio de Janeiro, where he reg-
istered with the Jewish Agency as
a Jewish emigrant to Israel Ar-
riving in Israel, in 1961. with
secret Egyptian orders to join the
Continued on Page 3-A
FRANKFIRT (JTA) West
Germany's biggest war crimes
I rial since the Nuremberg War
Crimes Tribunal of 1940. involving
this time 22 former guards, olli
dais and medical personnel at the
1 n f a m o u s Auschu Itz-Birkenau
death factory, charged with com-
plicitv in the murder of 4.000.000
persons, most ot them Jews, was
resumed here Monday
The proceedings, which opened
two weeks ago and recessed, got,
under way in earnest with the
questioning of the accused "good"
Nazis. Presiding Justice Hans
Hotmyer heads the trial, with two
other judges and three alternate
jurists on the bench with him,,
while a jury of six and four alter-'
nate jurors are sitting by.
The first to be questioned was
Emil Bendarek, an inmate of
Auschwitz who, according to the
prosecution, had his life spared
when he agreed to help murder
other prisoners. A trustee of
Ber.darel; is accused of having
beaten one man to death, helped
kill eight others, and dousing
other prisoners with cold wat-
er as they stood naked outdoors
until they froze to death.
So far. all the accused have de-
nied the charges of murder, tor-
ture and complicity in mass execu
tions. Several of them have ad-
vanced the usual Nazi contention
that they had to carry out orders
to killor lace death themselves,
Continued on Pa.ge J6-A
AJCom. Lists
Utilities Bias
Against Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee made
upblfc last week a list oi .50 utility
corporations in the United Stati -
where, according to A. \l. Sonna-
i end, president ol the AJC, "dis-
criminatory harrier- exist against
.lews, both at the recruitment and
promotion levels "
Among the firms listed are 10
ol the leading utilities m the
country, including American Tele-
& relegraph (New York ;
Consolidated Edison (New York);
Pacific Gas & Electric (San Fran-
visco); Tennessee Gas Transmis-
sion (Houston); Commonwealth
Edison (Chicago); American Elec-
tric Power i New York), Southern
Company (Atlanta); Public Ser-
vice Electric & Gas Newark);
Southern California Edison (Los
Vngeies); and El Paso Natural
Gas l El Pa.-o'.
Many of the accused compan-
ies issued denials, stressing that
they employ persons of varied
religious beliefs. Among the
firms that issued such denials
were American Telephone 4
Telegraph, Western Union, Con-
solidated Edison, Public Service
f- lectrie & Gas, Long Island
Continued on Page 6-A
CJA Sets $1r386r500 Goal for 1964
A goal ol $1,386,500 was unani
mously adopted at the first meet-
ing of the 1964 Combined Jewish
Appeal Campaign Cabinet at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Monday
evening.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion President Sidney Lefcourt pro-
posed the goal as "a realistic and
attainable one," and the 15 Cam-
paign Cabinet members accepted
the goal and pledged to Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman. campaign chairman.
"to exceed this amount and thus
bring additional support to Fed-
eration's agencies in the local
community and to the lifesaving
work of United Jewish Appeal
overseas."
Dr. Lehrman and Federation
Executive Director Arthur S.
Rosichan proposed an official
nine-week campaign schedule,
from Sunday, Feb. ?, which will
be highlighted by a campaign
opening dinner at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel, and ending with a
closing campaign dinner on
Thursday, Apr. 14.
The proposed schedule will
ncrmit us to have an intensive
campaign highlighted by meetings
uch a* the Women's Division
initial Gift Luncheon, the second
annual Westview Country Club
Tournament arcl Dinner, and a full
ram for the Residents Divi-
-i.pii. Trades and Professions Coun-
Continued on Pajt 2-A


^r~r
fj^/^ffe^.
Jewish Agency Treasurer Will Address
CJA Campaign Cabinet Next Thursttey
OTHER COMBINED APPtAl NEWS PACE TO-A
A dinner in honor of Aryeh L agency. Pincus will "same to
, ,. lmvkh >l.ami especially lor the cia.
Tincus. treasurer ol the Jewish
Agency for Israel, will be gi*n censoring the *f*
by the Campaign Cabinet of the ^ t,Vi7 iTcM
sasajst tab SS5ST&-
Lehrman, CJA chairman.
-A selected group 01 leaders oi
the community have been invited
to the advanced gifts dinner hon-
oring Pincus, former secretar>
general of the Ministry of Trans
ney Ansin, Nathan Gomenick,
Jay Kislak, Sam C. Levenson,
Emit Morton, John Serbin and
Carl Weinkle.
Rabbi Lehrman cited Pincus"
role in the welfare of the ocon-
port of the State of Israel," Dr. ,my of the State of Israel and his
Lehrman said. lose liaison with the Israel Gov
.u .i rnment, as wel as with the Unit
One of the leading authorities rnme
en the economic growth and de
velopment of the State of Israel "i kr.ow that those who were
;.r.d the absorption and resettle- orivileged to hear Pincus speak at
ment programs of the Jewish he CJFWF General Assembly at
the Diplomat Hotel in November
were not only impressed by hil
knowledge of the economy of the
state of Israel but also recognized
him as a leading authority on the
lifesaving programs that we of
Combined Jewish Appeal support
through our annual campaign,"
Cil, and by the Young Women's! Dr. Lehrman said.
Division, all culminating in our In February IW. several
dosin campaign dinner," u+^f^V***^
eaatt sa independent Jewish and Arab
Members of the Campaign Cab- slatcs_ pincus emigrated there
inet also pledge.! their efforts and ;in(| j0inc(| the newly-organized Is
participation in the dinner in hon- aci Ministry 01 Transport as sec-
cr of Aryeh L. Pincus, treasurer rt,ta,.v general and legal advisor
ol the Jewish Agency for Israel,
which will be given by the Cabi- In these capacities, Pincus was
net on Thursday evening, Jan. 16, instrumental in the establish-
;,! the For.tainebleau. ment of El Al Airlines, and
Goal Set At
$1,386,500 in '64
Continued from Page 1-A
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Page 3-A
Arab Papers Hit Jews' High Place
Local Zionist leaders meet at fifth annual Cavalcade of Stars
presented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America last Sunday at Miami Beach Audi'orium.
Proud of the 3.400 persons who packed the auditorium are
(left to right) Albert E. Ossip, chairman of the concert; Ben
Giller. president of the Miami Beach District; Geula Gill, star
of the Israel Cavalcade; Dr. Morton J. Robbins, associate chair-
man of the National Executive Council; and Mortimer May,
past national president.
Spy Arrested Trained in Cairo;
Posed in Israel as a Jew
Continued from Page 1-A
rai i ny, particularly the arm
ored ( he turd to .yet into
the arm; However, lie was sent
lirst Kibbutz Negbah to learn
Hebrew Later, he did join the
Israeli armj and. alter a year's
servici 8 ked for release from
the sen ce. Application for re-
lease was '.ranted.
By the time he was released
from army, he was already
under I i surveillance of the Is-
ra-'h l'horities. However, he
was i k ed to bjo about his per-
sonal affairs, in an effort to trace
hi- fi spies mi a ring in this
country. He was finally arrested
this week-end, at his home, in
Ashki. Security officials said
he has onfessed.
< ASABLANCA (JTA) The
Moroccan Oovernment was accus-'
. in two newspapers this week1
i permitting Jews to u*UI-.*bv "ex-1
i mvp place" in the economy and
ol placing too many Jews m lii
Foreign Ministry.
"Alertness" against the Jewish i
community here and against thi i
''dangers" of Zionism was sound j
ed in an article in La Paix Afri |
caine. The journal not only claim
ed that the place of Jews in the!
Moroccan economy is "'excessive,'!
but said also that many Ameri '
cans in Morocco serve as inter
mediaries between the Moroccan
(Government and Israel.
"Al Al.im." organ of the op-
position Istiqlal Party, alleged
!ht Por*i-jn Minister Ahmed
Eeda Guedira has put "too many
Jews" into the Foreign Minis-
try, and had entrusted the af-
fairs of the Ministry "to foreign-
ers and Jews."
In fact, only ore Jew. M Asser
if. heads a desk in the Foreign
i Ministry today, Nut a single Jew
has been named to a Foreign Min
itrj post since Morocco attained'
independence in 1956. Catholic Church schema which
" Al Alain" also criticized the would absolve Jews ol responaibil
Vatican, disagreeing with these ity for the crucifixion of Jesus.
Catholic prelates to the recent The publication criticized Popj
session of the Ecumental Council Paul vi tor his decision to visit
who pressed lor adoption of a the Holy Land.
Judge Dismisses Libel Suit
Brought by Senate Witness
Continued from Page 1-A
tol'. the Senate Finance Commit-
tee that the legislation was beins
pushed by "political Zionist plan-
lers lor absolute rule via one
world government." lie added
that the Zionists "gained the pow-!
'i- to influence" and that "they
have sot the yold in their hands
notwithstanding that they have had
l" gather it Out Ol oceans of blood
and tears."
Columnist Jack Anderson, writ-
in Drew Pearson's "Merry-
Go-Bound," described this as an
anti-Semitic diatribe, and Dall
-ne I tor $4,400,000 damages, con-
tending that criticism of "political
Zionist planners" was not anti-
Semitic, there being a difference
between Jews and Zionists.
The defense submitted-on affi-
davit by Herman Edelsberg, Wash-
ington director of the Anti-Defa-
mation League office, who said
that often anti-Semitic propagan-
da does not directly identity Jews
or Judaism as the object. One of
the commonest lorms of anti-Sem-
itic attacks is an attack on Zion-
ism or Zionist.-. This tactic is
well-known in the general litera-
ture ol bigotry, Mr. Bdelsberg ex-
plainc !.
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urtranwi
Syria Must First Agree wmm sabrp dance
The International Red Cross has agreed
to investigate the condition of Israeli prison-
ers languishing in Syrian jails.
Agreement came after Israel charged that
eleven of her nationals are still being held be-
hind bars, and the physical condition of the
risoners returned to Israel in an exchange
real early last week suggest the certainty ot
cruel treatment to which those not freed have
C lso been subjected.
The difficulty with the Red Cross agree-
r ent is that Syria must accede to the invest*
cation before it can take place. In other
words, if Syria refuses, the Red Cross will be
: ble to do nothing about it.
We are not very optimistic about the pos-
s.bility of such a Syrian agreement. The phy-
s.cal condition of the returned prisoners is
enough reason for the feeling.
Deserving Among Us
The massive establishment of John F.
Kennedy memorials by Jewish organizations
.n Israel reflects the high esteem in which Mr.
;:enndy was held and the genuine sense of
loss they have felt a? his passing.
A good deal of this, we suspect, stems
:rom the sentimental facts of the late Presi-
rent's youth. It also stems from the by now
unalterable shrine of human rights upon which
his memory has been set as his major achieve-
ment.
It is good to see so many of us willing
participants in these memorials, particularly
'.n the case of President Kennedy, whose of-
::ce as leader of the free world invested in
him the capacity to work effectively toward
those goals which all men of good-will hold
dear, Jews significantly among them.
But sentiment apart, we are saddened by
the fact that other Americans, who have also
0 spired in this direction, and who are even
more positively responsible for the existence
cf Israel today than Mr. Kennedy could ever
claim, do not find themselves similarly lion-
ised.
We join with heartfelt respect the mem-
crials to President. Kennedy. These columns
scand as mute testimony to our regard for him
ever the years, and to our mourning at his
::agic death. It should therefore not diminish
cur respect for his memory even fractionally
vhen we suggest that similar honors be ac-
corded men of equal, and in some cases great-
er achievement, so far as Israel is concerned.
This is especially true of men who are
still among the living. Should we wait until
they can no longer enjoy our expressions of
gratitude and esteem before we enshrine them?
Or is it merely the sentiment that elicits the
moment of generosity?
Friday, January 10. 196*
THE ARAB NATIONS in gen-
eral and Egypt in partic-
ular are spending huge sums
of monev these days to propa
gandize their cause. Precisely
what their cause JWfflC
difficult to say were it not for
their relentless animosity to
ward Israel. In all other
things, they arc as diverse in
their views as they are nar
row in their private interests.
Particularly with respect to Njmr -J^*jff
the funds he is expending in vicious > '""^
SSM RWtTJ^-LS L funds are
dra7n fact, and without exaggeration, the ilreiftr "***%*
even deny him the rlgM W*" behavior should come from Egypt
structive purposes. That sucn o country like Jordan
is galling enough; '^'t also comes from a m***
w: aThX K i gdom cTn lav claim* no such deception.
cienc>- !JI" ,111\L heen ioining the shout fest for years,
Jordan might indeed W.^ *** ^ ^ ^
JlA
postponement. But neither the distance in
time nor the denials, themselves, are suffi-
cient to wipe the facts off the pages of his-
tory. Shadowy and unreal though the pro-
ceedings may seem, the bestiality of these
Nazi personnel is a matter of record.
Twenty years later, justice still needs to
be done. And while one should feel grate-
ful that the willing instruments of the Nazi
scourge are finally being brought before the
bar of justice, a sense of suspicion neverthe-
less lingers with respect to a rehabilitated
German people who lived comfortably with
such criminals in their midst all of this time.
The Facts are Unchanged
The Frankfurt trial investigating in whole-
sale numbers persons accused of assisting in
the annihilation of some 4,000.000 Jews in
Auschwitz and Birkenau during the Nazi area
is taking on an eerie tone.
Principally, the trial seems to be a shad-
owy reincarnation of unbelievable events that
took place some twenty years ago. There is
a sense of vision as through the inverted end
of a telescope, with everything in miniature
and somewhat unclear.
To add to this impression, the long list
of accused persons giving testimony are all
broken physically, aged and even ill; and all
ere anxious to give the impression that they
could not possibly be guilty of the crimes of
which they have been accused.
The denials are, of course, legion. The
trial resumed early this week after a short
Middle
East nation.
:
Middle East Observance
Former Congressman Brooks Hays has
been named national chairman of Brotherhood
Week to be observed next February.
Mr. Hays has been on leave as special
assistant to the President. Those of us who
have from time to time had correspondence
with the U.S. Department of State know Mr.
Hays' name well.
As Assistant Secretary of State for Con-
gressional Relations, he has been chief cook
and bottle washer for the State Department,
serving as buffer between a too frequently out-
raged American Jewish community and the
Department's policy in the matter of Middle
Eastern affairs.
Men as distinguished as his former con-
gressional colleagues, Rep. Seymour Halpern
and Rep. Leonard Farbstein, could never elicit
a reply from Secretary of State Dean Rusk,
himself, when they made inquiries of the De-
partment. It was always Mr. Hays who signed
the letters.
Now that Mr. Hays has taken on the chair-
manship of Brotherhood Week for 1964. perhaps
something of the spirit of the occasion will rub
off so that he can report back to the State De-
partment on what it is American Jews com-
plain about when it comes to the nation's Mid-
dle Eastern affairs, and why it is so many of
them react with anger when they receive his
stereotype buffer replies.
To say the least, the Middle East could use
a Brotherhood Week of its own, possibly with
Mr. Hays as chairman there.
THE MOST LAUGHABLE OBSERVATION Of ALL
IT IS THEREFORE fundamentally realistic to suggest that Jordan's
I very existence depends upon a viable and successful Jewish State
Only Israel stands between Nasser and the decline and fall of th,
Hashemite Kingdom. That Hussein has chosen to ape the propagMdi
0) his stronger and more resourceful Arab colleagues is merely s
reflection of the cold realities of Middle East political experience
Hence on anv ordinarv day. you can turn your dial in Jerusalem to
Radio Amman and listen to florid men and women announcers seem
inglv at random demanding the complete destruction of Israel. There
are "stock phrases they use for this the favorites being variations of
"the Zionist usurpation of Palestine."
On a recent visit. I heard Radio Amman refer to the 'so-called
State of Israel.'' which seems to be one of the most laughable obser-
vations of all. For a leisurely flight over this part of the world easily
defines the verdant .-oil ot Israel against a sea cf lazy, useless Arab
sands', and it is not difficult to determine precisely which of the ter-
ritories below do little more than merely pretend to national purpose
Be that as it may. except for instances in the English Jewish
press, whose province these considerations clearly are. I can hardly
recall an occasion when American newspapers ever bothered to re-
port the repeated examples of Jordanian propagandistic aggression,
calling by radio for the annhiliation of Israel. After all, this is an
incontrovertible violation of the United Nations Charter, among other
things, and the UN. particularly these days in the wake of the
assassination of President Kennedy, seems to be in especially senti-
mental favor for on-the-job newspaper editors.
:- : :
[XAMPLE Of SHEERLT SPONTANEOUS ANTI SEMITISM
CORGET THE PARADOX of the quiet expressions of cooperation
between the two countries achieved, unhappily, only when no
other Arab leader is looking. I remember with keen discomfort even
today the degree of hatred Radio Amman could muster in its un
relenting call for the annihilation of the Jewish State on Israel's 15th
anniversary of independence.
Now comes Pope Paul's trip to Jordan and Israel, and suddenly
the American press has awakened On Saturday. Radio Amman re
ported: "The Pope will doubtless recall while approaching this holy
river (Jordani and the town of Jericho how the Jews in biblical days
betrayed Christ This promptly made bold headlines in news-
papers across the l s.. bringing back to mind the anuuish-filled days
during the Palestine Partition debates at the United Nations, when
Dr. Charles Malik, then Lebanese Ambassador to the world peace
organization, rose to argue against the plan by wondering how anv
(in' could seriously consider giving the Holj Land back into the hands
of the killers of Christ '
Mj own franklj jaundiced feeling about II all is that the detailed
account of the Radio Amman report in lasl week's papers, which alsc
drew attention to Jericho as "the center of (iu.OOO poor Palestir.'
refugees, the victims of world Zionism and treachery." were less
examples ot frank Aral, sympathy or blatant Israel animosity thai
of sheeriy spontaneous anti-Semitism
2" :-
EVOKING THE 010 IMAGES OF BIGOTRY
THERE ARE OTHER factors lure, of course, among these also the
general Christian antipathy toward the realization that the holy
places sacred to their beliefs have been divided up between two faith-
ahen to them. Hence, in the reports of the Pope's repeated cros-ini:-
between Jordan and Nrael are to he tound this incessant refrain: the
sandbag bunkers and armed soldiers of both strife-torn nations, all ot
this foreign not only to Christianity itself, but to the purpose of the
I ontiff s pilgrimage in the first instance.
Nevertheless, in any contest involving Jews and Arabs, the Arnbs
were bound to win hands down last weekend. For this reason, there
was more than zestful anti-Semitism behind the report ot the Radio
Amman program, itself a well-timed Jordanian appeal to fundamental
Uirist.an anti-Jewish feeling. There were also the deliberately buried.
I not entirely ignored accounts of Pope Paul's stav in Israel. These
were principally to be found In the shirt-tail" paragraphs to florid
accounts of the Pope's travels through Jordan, which described the
onH* rt'P>'" he received at the hands of hundreds of thous-
ands of prayerful liashemites shouting "Baba Baba ." (Pope
in rt3t>ic),
thPSP "ftl Sl,Th. l';rci'ms,ans. it is difficult to be realistic about
ml L f ,.k Jordan has a PP"'ation of about one and a hall
Win doe, 22 THi' Ut 0f eu'r> hundrt,d P"sons are Moslem
a f 'h!S nU'un ~ ,hat J'd is engaging in political
to Tee-.11 .. Tf '? ""** K <>" best interests, if we are
Husseinv^,3."- "ly. ,Wael s,ands between Nasser's designs and
here fffM*0*' ,Vrh:">s But ** H r<- *"*vtd
oremd n iS"" rmi"^in of the American press, and the
intoSance tKt M1"* to ev0ke ,ht' old ,ma*M < biotry anri
i"stoc mus, u\ I T'"C' Pope PmJ'i visit to the Holy Land sou
gtsted must ultimately be out rooted.


Friday. January 10; 1964
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Pope Praises Jewish Role in Religion
Continued from Page i-A ( inf'-'rflercK'for alt mfenkitid." Pres-
. ., i.. d.__: i vSH e,pe ,hc *v*rt*toB <* m* p*p,e dur-
! ing this last generation is a bit
Officials of the Israel. Ministry ^ q{ ^ of ^^
of Foreign Affairs ** i(v and the loss of the Divine
Pope at Ta'anach at the southern wWd| B pn.judices
edge of the Valley of JezrceL f racja) ^^ can men
tMrt. Gold. Me.r. Israels Foreign ([^n .,. a purilvin), spjrit does
Minister, was not present; MUO not CQ|ne jn,0 ^.j wnilc thm>
hurt a foot and was hospitalized ^ ,n Jerusalem just prior to the ge* forev) f
Pope's arrival.)
With Israeli outriders preceding' ppQMISE
ihe papal convoy, and the road ______^__
uiiirded hv scores of Israeli po
licemen and security personnel | The Israeli President then vole-
hoi ling back cheering crowds be cd hope tor tlie realization of the
'lind iron barricades, the entour call expressed by the ancient He-
age made its way up a hill to brew prophets who looked toward
lie ancient town of Megiddo. ar the day when "nation shall not lift
riving there in 10 minutes up sword against nation." "This
An Israeli military guard of countryside." said Mr. Shazar.
honor snapped to attention and "testifies a- living witness to the
presented arms as trumpets sound- fact that prophecies are being fill-
ed a ceremonial welcome to the filledthe prophecies of the in
head of the Catholic Church, gathering Of our people here from
Awaiting the Pope atop the hill all corners of the earth, and the
/a- the Official welcoming party renewal of their independent life
composed, in addition to President as in the days of old.
Shazar, of Prime Minister Levi "Here, from Megiddo. stretches
Eshkol, Deputy Premier Abba |,efore us the Valley of Jezreel.
Kb.tn, Dr. Zorach Warhaftig. Min-1 ,. hose fields are fruitful once
ister for Religious Affairs. Chief 1 again, whose lanscape is enhanced
Supreme Court Justice Yitzhak, by scores of new settlements bas-
Qlshan, Minister of Police Behorjefj Upon foundations of labor,
Shitreet. Speaker of the Knesset equality, justice. And in every
Kadlsh Luz, and other high Is-' village and town of our land, there
raeli officials. Present also, as. js being built the fulfillment of
dean of the diplomatic corps in | the promise of new life." The
Israel, was Soviet Ambassador president concluded: "Blessed be
Mikhail Bodrov. i oor illustrious guest upon his ar
i rival amongst us."
Speakino in French, in reply to
President Shaiar's Hebrew greet-
ing. Pope Peul epred hi*
t-motion* at "seelrsf with ur
include" the softs' of Ihe* people of
the Covenant whose part in the
religious history of mankind can
never be forgotten. Shalom!
Shalom!
President Shazar then presented
the Pope with a specially minted
gold medallion. In turn, the Pon-
till gave Mr. Shazar and to the
members of Israels Cabinet par-
ticipating in the ceremonies a
medallion minted at the Vatican,
marking the Pope's Holy Land pil-
' grimagc. Pope Paul also gave
Mr. Shazar two large, silver can-
delabra, an autographed photo-
graph Of himself, and an electro-
cardiograph. He asked President
Shazar to present that scientific
instrument to an Israeli hospital.
A red carpet had been spread
from the Pontiff's automobile to
ircmi tnc ranai raw.------ "i t-rnorion* ar seems wtm w>
1he spot where President Shazar own #y#t> -n- treading with #r
___:*.. J .1... DnriA Tolotricion and : .. *__ t___i ...1___. *k
awaited the Pope. Television and! own N#t ,4,j, bjni where the
other broadcast apparatus had patrirch ence live**this lend
heen set. as Mr. Shazar stepped!
forward and told the Pope:
"With utmost retpeet, end in
Ml awareness of the historic
significance of this occurrence,
unprecedented in the annals of
he generations, I have come in
the name of the Government of
where down through the cerrtor
ies there resounded the vees
of the prophets speaking in the
Name of God, in the name* of
Abraham, Isaac and Jeceb, *ni
hallowed forever for all Chris-
tians by the Pretence of Jesus."
Addressing
Israel, and in my own, to bid reetly, the
welcome to the supreme Pon-
tiff, the spiritual Father of the
Catholic Church throughout the
world. I heve come to greet
him with the age-old blessing:
'Blessed be thou in thy coming.'
President Shazar di
Pontiff continued
"Your Excellency knows, and God
is our witness, that we are not
Inspired during this visit by any
[ ether motives than purely spiri
tual ones. We come as a pilgrim
lo venerate the Holy Places. We
, .;.,i come to prav. From this land.
From Jerusalem our capital ; ,k.a(ion is raUe
City, the City of David I iand the believers
members, ot the Israel Government non.bclil.vt.rs, and we happily
with me. have made our way down """
to Megiddo, the city that Solomon
built, so that we may welcome
him as soon as he has stepped
upon the soil of our land, this Holy
Land."
HISTORY RECALLED
Noting that the Pope had de-
scribed his pilgrimage to the Holy
Land as a journey of prayer, seek-
From Megiddo, the Pope end
his party were driven to Naz-
areth, the city with a predomi-
nantly Arab population. Many
thousands again shouted wel-
come to the Pope as the convoy
drove to Nazareth. Newsmen
who had been with the Pope's
party Sunday in Jordan re-
marked that the Israeli crowds
and security arrangements were
very orderly, compared with the
chaos that prevailed on the Pon-
tiff's first day in the Holy Land
in Jordan. The Israeli crowds
had waited for hours to greet
the Pope. The papal convoy had
been held up for an hour beyond
I schedule by disorderly crowds
i jamming the roads from Jordan-
! ian Old Jerusalem to Jenin.
More than 100.000 persons crowd-
ed Nazareth as the Pope arrived
there, but again strict order pre-
; vailed in spite of the vast en-
thusiasm with which he was re-
ceived. As he entered the Bas-
ItlieS of the Church of the Aanun
ciationconsidered the spot where
the Mother of Jesus was told she
would give birth to Christthe
Pope shook hands with another.
, larger, official welcoming party.
' This group was headed by Deputy
Premier F.ban. who had come
ahead of the convoy from Megid-
do. and included Archbishop
George Hakim, of Galilee. Nazar-
eth's Arab Mayor Zouaby. and
about 100 members of the diplo-
matic corps.
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AJCcm. Gives Names cf Firms That Discriminate
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Lighting and many others across
the country.
The "discriminatory barriers."
the AJC stated, "are preventing
1he nation's major utilities from
utilizing fully a standard portion
of United States manpower in the
management field." According to
Mr. Sonnahend, Jews make up
leas than one per cent of the total
executive personnel in the coun-
try's 50 leading utilities. About 8
to 10 per cent of the college-train-
ed population in this country is
Jewish, he said, and the manager-
ial staffs are recruited almost
completely from the ranks of col-
lege graduates.
In describing the discriminatory
harriers, Mr. Sonnabend said that
""the problem really begins at the
recruitment level when company
representatives visit the colleges
tad graduate saheela throughout
the nation.' Me pointed out that
[otent.al Jewish candidates [or
jobs in utilities management are
presented "with a Mget've an.
discouraging picture of their po-
tential and possibilities In toe
management divisions ol these
utilities giants."
The AJC president rep-rted
that "th*re seems to be a buil-
in dircriminetory screen which
has.a .much finer mesh for Jews
thot for other candidates. Jew-
ish personnel traditionally must
do better -than others either t>
stay in rthe urn: place, or to
mov up or. the higher manager-
ial ladder." He aaid that, while
very ftw companies have an ex-
plicit policy of discrimination,
the utilities nevertheless "main-
tain a personnel practices cli-
mate that discourages Jewish
candidates *ri members of other
religious and e.hnic minority
giowps. '
Mr. Somrabcnd set forth a
lumber of major proposals on the
basis Of preliminary Committee
Invc tigations which, he said.
wottld help in exploring the dimen-
fions of the problem. He urged
hat the utilities undertake a
(cries of steps toward eliminating
patterns of discriminatory behav-
ior:
1. To enlarge the existing body
a: knowledge about minority
.mups in management, and the
handicaps they tase in promotion
ci: merit.
2. To develop an educational
program on the detrimental ef-
feel of barriers to the free flow
of talent.
:;. To initiate educational pro-
grams which would stimulate the
ii terest ol minority groups in the
'Chaf Reception to Honor Moshe Berman
At T B'Shevaf Dinner Here on Jan. 23
MOSHE BERMAN
College Students
At Emanu-EI
Brunch Session
A capacity turnout of college
students who attend universities
all over the nation congregated at
Temple Emanu-EI for its annual
brunch and buzz session recently.
The young people were greeted
by Dr. Irving Lchrman, who guid
rd the collegians in a discussion
of problems facing college stu-
dents today
Friday evening services were
dedicated to these homecoming
students:
Stephen, .son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo A. Chaikin. junior at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, majoring in
engineering; Robert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Feigenbaum, sen-
ior at the University of Miami.
majoring in zoology; Esther,
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. David
Samuelson, senior at the Univer
sity ol Bri geport, majoring in
dental hygiene; and Gail, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shul-
man, jui" r al the University ol
Miami, majoring In elementary
education
"Chai" reception and : inner
will honor Moshe Berman "tor 18
years ol dedicated service and a
lifetime of extraordinary devotion
tu the ideals of Israel's pioneer
builders, Histadrut."
Berman, executive director of
the Greater Miami Histadrut Com-
mittee, will be honored on Tues-
day evening, Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m.
The Tu B'Shcvat affair will be(
held at tli^' Fontainebleau Hotel,
according to Jacob Rifkin, recep-
tion chairman, and is under the
auspices of the local Business an:!
Professional Council lor Kupat
Holim and the Israel Histadrut
Committee.
Chairman of the Council is Mrs.
Anna Brenr.er Meyers, who will be
joined on the "Chai" Reception
and Dinner Committee by Rabbi
Leon Kronish, co-chairman of the
Council; Sam Feinstcin, president
ol the Greater Miami Israel Hista-
drut Committee; Irving M. Sachs,
vice president; Joseph. Kuluva,
treasurer; and Jack S. Popick.
Prior to his arrival here sev-
en years ago, Berman was for
12 years with the Israel Hista-
drut Committee of Los Angeles,
Calif. Since coming to Miami,
"he helped strengthen and unify
a virtually non-existent Hista-
drut campaign locally," Rifkin
said. The committee today in-
cludes some 650 members.
He also created the Business
and l'n [essior.al Council for Ku
pal Holim just two years ago.
Berman will be specifically hon-
ored ;>: the Jan. ^ inner and re-
ception for his leadership i;i
launching the campaign lor the
Greater Miami Medical Center
now being erected in Beersheba,
Israel.
The Center will be dedicated m
June, and a Miami delegation is
expected to attend the ceremon-
ies at which will be present prom-
inent Israel Government leaders,
as well as officials representing
Histadrut and Kupat Holim, the
Jewish State's nation;.' health
program under Histadrut auspices.
The Tu B'Shcvat affair at the
Fontainebleau will also feature
greetings by Dr. Sol Stein, nation-
al executive director of the Is-
rael Histadrut campaign in the
Unite,! States, and Nico Feldman.
noted Israeli opera and folk-sing-
er.
expected opportunities in the utili-
ties field' al all levels.
The American Jewish Commit
lee has been sponsoring and co-
operating with three major stud
[et underway, for the past two
Mars, at Harvard, the Universitj
i-f Michigan, and the University ol
California, at Los Angeles These
studies are probing barriers on
the executive level both at recruit-
ment points and within the indus-
tries.
A statement by A. T. A T. de-
clared: "We are not aware of
any such discrimination." A
spokesman for Consolidated Edi-
son said: "We have people of
all races, so long as they have
talent. We could not afford to
discriminate." Frank M. Osta,
vice president for employee rela-
tions of the Niajara Mohawk
Power Company said: "For
many years, people of the Jew-
ish faith have held positions of
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* lewist nnridlfojn
Page 7-A
Xolda Meir Says Hussein Exploited Pope's Visit
Continued from Page 1-A
irrigation of the Negev "just an
example," and he ruled out any
possibility of the Pope mediat-
ing in the Arab-Israel dispute,
asserting that "these matters
will be decided with other Arab
states." He asked for Christian
support for opposition to the
Jordan River project, declaring
that "we refuse to believe that
the Christian world would coun-
tonance and acquiesce in the di-
version and almost complete
obliteration of the River Jordan
with ail its precious historic and
religious associations as Israel
seems bent on doing."
Mrs Meir snapped back that
*ii might have been assumed"
h.ii the Pope's expressed desire
ivo to Open
-orum Series
Saturday Night
Yivo Forum, sponsored by the
treater Miami Yivo Committee,
nil open its 13th season on Sat
day evening at the Farband
li nterf 832 Washington Ave.
Scheduled speaker is Leibu.sh
Lehier, educator, lecturer and au-
thor, who ha- contributed to Efng
li.-li .ird Yi.'ilish periodicals on
Inodern educational philosophy
I'M psychology.
His theme Saturday evening
will be "The Changes in Jewish
| Life in America." On Saturday,
* Jan. 18. the speaker will be Yudl
Mark, editor of the Great Dic-
tionary of the Yiddish Language,
|in a disussicn of "The Literary
heritage of H. Leivlck."
Subsequent speakers scheduled
bi''i: h Jrael Steinbaitin. educator; Ilar-
Simonholl. historian: Dr. Isaac
Jnterman. scholar; Zalman Zil-
erzweig, editor'of the Lexicon of
S Yiddish Theater; I)r Nathan
Soroif, educator; Chaim Grade,
loet and'novelist, and A. llalpcrn.
nnnauing editor of the Jewish
)aily.
The series will run every Sat
inlay for ten weeks at the same
me and place.
that his pilgrimage be considered
cut rely religious would be uni-
versally respected, in particular
by his hosts, out ol respect tor
Ibis most distinguished guest and
lor hi- ecL.ro.I desire, i shall re-
train [ram answering the vicious
and base less < bargt s "
; he did react to i,ie Jordanian
Kind's charges on the Jordan Riv-
er project. She said "all ohjec
Jive observers" knew that the ir-
rigaiion program "does not In-
ringe on the rights of Israel's
\rab neighbors, will not divert
he river, nor afleet in any way
ts historic or religious associa-
>ioi s
Mrs Meir expressed surprise
thai Kirg Hussein would refer to
the Israeli project in such terms
when hi- Government is engaged
in diverting the waters" of the
main tributary of the Jordan Riv-
er, the Yaniuik.
in a related development, C'hiel
Rabbi Yitzhak Nlssira adhered to
his edsior not to welcome the
Pope in peron. but sent him a
warm message of welcome. The
Chief Rahbi provoked controversy
l.y that deeision. It was under-
stood that he felt that, as one of
the ranking leaders of Judaism.
he rhould nut attend the welcome
without a reciprocal visit from
I he Pope.
Addressing the Pope as "Ihs
ilHislrtOIR pilgrim." the C'hiel
Rabbi praved. in his messages
thai the l'ope "receive blessings
cut of Zion, Cod's Holy mountain
and out oi Jerusalem, the chosen
City. May hi- mission of pr.iyei
on behalf ol his faithful be attend
.l by silence which he wishes for
jrd befits prayer and me itation.
"His desire to beseech God's
mercy for peace among all men
is timely inc'ted. The threat of
war, waged by methods of mod-
ern science, calls us to fervent
pra-er tliat guides rulers cf the
world in their efforts to estab-
lish just, peaceful order, foster
merual understanding, reduce
haticd and increase friendship
aivoig nations until the vision
of Urael s prophets is fulfilled:
'Ar.d the" will beat their swords
into p'oughohares and their
r.^sars into pruning forks. Na-
tion shall not lift sword against
nation, neither will they learn
war any more.'
Prayer for peace is the duty
Ol all. but even more of religion*
teaders who must make this stnv-
ii g their chief concern and seek
brotherly ion verse now to move
our h-arts toward it. May the
prayers of the illustrious pilgrim.
supreme amOng his brethren, for
peace ui the world be answered,
and may hi- coming and his going
.,c blessed with peace."
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Next concert of the Surfside
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"Internatioi ,il Night of Song."
Artists to I'c presented include
ilga Pavlova, soprano; Lir.dsey
Bergen, tenor: and Ksther Barrett,
pianist and accompanist. Vice
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Friday, January 10. 19S4
---------------------------------------------
Turn
Of Year
By MAX LERNER
At the year's turning the look backward is a hard one to take.
Cher things than death must have happened in it, but what stands
:.t is the single incredible murder which makes us feel the preva-
lence of death in the year 13 a whole. It is a hard feeling to get
. er.
The sense of loss at Kennedy's death does us a disservice, how
ever, by giving a too somber color to everything that happened dur-
. > the year. Actually, they were great and pivotal things which will
leave their mark on the years to come.
It was a sobering year in the struggle for Europea year that
.an with the famous de Grulle press conference and ended with
e fracas at Brussels over farm products in the Common Market.
Far those who have given a big chunk of their lives to build a fed-
t.al Europe which would be linked with America in an Atlantic com-
r.- unity this was ;> bitterly disillusioning year. But I can't help feel-
:..% that il was a healthy thing for these men to encounter the reality
; inciple. which took the fortr. of the mind and will of Charles de
Gi ulle,
Nothing is v.ry clear about the direction that Europe will take
ring the rest of the decade. If the European idea survives the
tattering that dc Gaulle #01 still be able to give it. nothing alter
it Gaulle .\ill avail to destroy it. But meanwhile, the notable thing
that in order to smash the Hream of a trans-national Europe with
vans-oceanic ties, de Gaulle had to put forth his own dream of a
Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals."
In order to counter the plans of the men who had set out to
"create Europe'" (faire I'Europe). he had to offer himself as the
fabulous artificer of a different kind of Europebut still a Europe.
1 the years ahead that may turn out to be the most important thing !
jut the European idea in 1363.

That and the revolution in Eastern Europe. It was the past
year that we first grew aware of how deep and tenacious is the will
vard national identity among the leaders and people of even the
E viet satellites, especially in Hungary and Czechoslovakia and Ru
i inia.
This may add those countries to Poland and Yugoslavia in the
I iks of national communism" rather than merely Kremlin com
y iinism."
If this trend continues it will be followed. I think, by another
e: These nations will be drawn ever more strongly to Western
X irope in an effort to recapture the Europe of fifty years ago, be-
- re World War Ithe idea not of two Europes. but of one. For the
first time, last ysar. this idea moved into the area of possibility.
It was the year also in which the Russians and Chinese reached
lat is likely to prove an enduring impasse in their relations as
c.-arest enemies. From this there will flowthere have alreadv
-gun to Howsome healthy consequences for the world as a whole.
Cie has been the test-ban treaty, which must be seen as a necessary
mbol for the Russians to show off, as proof that coexistence pavs
i--t in peace.
The test-ban was derided the other day by Hans Morgenthau,
- being utterly without consequence. He is quite right if he is
. :king of concrete results, but wrong if he is talking of the indefin
. le thing we call a "climate or opinion."
It is in this new climate that Erhard and Johnson found it pos-
. )le to reopen the question of a "three-Germanv" settlement It is
I this climate also that Pope Paul was able to broach his dramatic
oject lor a visit to the holy places in Jordan and Israel We don't
ow whether o'her consequences will flow, but only that thev have
en made possible. '

If 1W3 then was a year of the prevalence of death, it was also
year oi beginnings ami continuings in the direction of at least a
- mmer ol hope.
- ^Llh, *? "Pr'ant index of hope was the smoothness of!
^2fE Vr.T 3fter Kenned>"* murder, and the vigor
The great exploits of individual heroic leaders may shine in his-
yfirttwhSSfr -Ut some,imes really important events
m work uI'J w CXP^,,S' bUl ,he exan,P'e of an inst.t .
:5L-jtSS*%~*ssuis ana
people as a whole who command the President
in Americirth? IZLZ '..^ 2" mSt tang,ed Problem =>"ead
Amtnui-the continuing civil rights revolution. I was glad to
: T-StifiSSRLu,her K,ng on ,hc cover of *?&
, mJ/h.no0 *meriem Presidency works well, it has to work for
me.hmg. Government is not an end in itself: it is a means t an
MusiTFiimExpianation is Accepted
-&- ..........ioi.ic nri ica. was signed by the beads
V
of
South Shore Club Installation Set

Some 1.000 persons arc expect-
ed to attend installation ceremon-'
ies of the South Shore Citizens;
< ub on Sunday evening at the'
Jvxony Hotel.
Vice Mayor Bernard Frank will'
stall Louis Shafkin as president.
T'abbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob1
Congregation, will render the in-'
cation.
Others to be installed include
I ax D. Goldhagen, first vice pres-!
Went; Sam Abalofia, second vice'
president; Sam Aines, third vice'
president; Harry Stempel, treas-i
urr; Alice Abalofia, secretary; '
1 a Cashvan. corresponding secre-
tary; Elsie Tulin. financial secre-
tary.
Honored guests will include Mi-
ami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Rich-
ard, Vice Mayor Frank, Council-
man Malvin Englander, Council-
man Hyman P. Galbut, Dade
State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
stein. Judges of the Criminal
Court of Record Jack Falk, Gene
Williams and Jack M. Turner
Metro Judge Gerald J. Klein,
Judge Gwynn Parker, of the Civil
Court of Record, Justice of the
Peace Jason Berkman, Metro
Commissioner Charles Hall and
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon
Continued frm P* I-A
the program entirely Hr ertUtie
rsaasnt."
Wncv policy by our officials and tea, was signed by the beads
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to -niard against any future mis-.lhe following o
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Noting that it was the policy of'. ... ibis. Jewish Labor Committee,
^erfe^SSK. m*Ation,, h.cn was transmitted to America. Rabb.nicia. Council of
that "nonetheless, to the extent Wilson by Lewis H Weinstein.: American. Union of American He-
there has been any misinterpreta- chairman of the National Commun-I brew Congregations. Union of Or
tion of this clear Agency policy by ity Relations Advisory Council thodox Jewish Congregations of
our officials and to guard against. and Rabbi Iri Miller, president America and the Lnited Synagogue
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Our thirtieth year of growth marks a major milestone in the history of Chase
Federal Savings and Loan Association and of the South Florida Community we
have served through these years.
The figures below are indicative of South Florida's growth as a whole, for, in
the years between yesterday's depression and today's healthy economy, Chase Federal
and South Florida have grown together, mutually dependent, mutually prosperous.
This growth will continue. The sound principles of reinvesting savings in con-
servative first mortgages within the community perpetuates the progress of an already
progressive area. Chase Federal will continue to serve South Florida in the future as in
the past: paying the highest dividends consistent with safety and prudent manage'
ment... providing the lowest possible mortgage rates...in the highest standards of
community and customer service. A
ez^o^4r
C. L. Clement*, President
THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS
The growth of Chase Federal shows consistent gains with total resources now exceeding $155,500,000.00
$160,000.00000 140,000,000.00 120,000,000 00 100.000,000.00 0.000.000.00 60,000.000.00 40,000,000.00 20,000,000.00








1934
1944
1954
1H4
STATEMENT OF CONDITION December 31,1963
ASSETS:
Cash, U. S. Government and
Government Agency Bonds....................,...........
VA & FHA Insured and
Guaranteed Loans........................$ 29,580,836.83
Conventional Loans........................... 105,378,776.58
Loans on Savings Accounts.....i................................
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank...............................
Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium.............................
Buildings. Equipment & Parking Lots......,.....................
Real Estate Owned..........................,.............;.
Other Assets...............,.......,.....................
TOTAL.........................,*................
LIABILITIES:
Savings Accounts................
Federal Home Loan Bank Advance ...
Loans in Process..............,,
Advance Payments by Borrowers
for Taxes, Insurance & Etc. ....
Deferred Income ................
Other Liabilities.................
Reserve for Estimated Income Tax
Reserves and Surplus:
General and Specific Reserves
Surplus
TOTAL
$7,698,681.67
1,985,098.41
$ 14,100.117.92
134,959,61341
1,320,210.30
1,478,000.00
589,728.69
2,274,712.32
320,308.08
491,665.02
$155,534,355.74
$135,872,588.12
7,000.000.00
1,477,537.63
578,306.3
639.329.47
99,614.08
183,000.00
9,683,780.08
$155,534,355.74

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Friday. January 10. 196*
T
Serbia to Head
CJA Residents
John Sc!'iin has accepted the
hairmanship of the Residents Di-
ision, ii was announced Wednes-
ay by Dr. Irving Lehrman, cam-
laign chairman.
A member of Hie 196-1 Campaign
:'abinei and Board of Governor!
,< the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
ration, and a leading Dado Coun-
ly business and civic leader and
lormer vice president of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. Ser-
>in will serve as chairman for the
i-articipatii : "t residents in every
rea ol Dade Comity in the 1904
campaign.
Serbin will be in charge "i spec-
al programs and events for resi-
dents oi high rise apartments on
..ami Beach, as well as for home
nwrers there Residents oi Coral
iables, the Southwest and the
Vortheast will also l>.' invited to
,ikc part in planning a program
(or the Residents Division in sup-
port of the one annual Combined
Fewish Appeal campaign lor 57
gencies,
In addition to serving as gen-
eral campaign chairman ol Ihc
1957 CJA. Serbin .. v. 1 ;
i hairman of th" Pt \ !
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.'..st pre.-...':', fi ..' '
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peal campaign have been an-
nounce:! by Marshall S. Harris and
Leon Kaplan, chairmen of the di
\ ision
K Albert Pallot. president of Bis-
uayne Federal Savings and Loan
Association, has been appointed
.-hairman of the Construction Di-
vision. A member of the fed
.ration Board of Governors and
of the 1964 CJA Campaign Cabi-
net, Pallot will work clo.-cly with
Construction and Allied Trade
Group chairmen representing real
estate, building trades and build-
ers, building suppliers and archi-
tects and engineers.
Burton B. Goldstein, a member
Ol the Board of Governors of Fed-
Luncheon Card Parly
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will hold
1 monthly luncheon on Wednes-
day noon Featured will be a
aid party.
ration, will serve as chairman of
IC Services Division, a position
.r filled in the 1982 campaign.
.ast year, as chairman of the
Moaners affd Laundries Group.
ioldstein was responsible for the
uccessful completion of the Hrsl
rade Group solicitation in the
ampaign
The chairman, whose wife is
president of .tewih Family and
hildren's Service, an important
local beneficiary agency ol the
CJA campaign, will be in charge
,.( the folli.....oups in the Ser-
vices Divis on: Printing, Adver-
tising, Cletners and Lauiulr-.es.
Amusements and Vending Ma-
chines, Travel AgenctW, and
Beauty Parlors, all oi whom will
be led by key people in these in-
dustries
f. AlBfRT PAllOT
BURTON P. GOIDSTEIN
STATEMENT
OF CONDITION
as of december 31, 1963
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Ranks..............
U.S. Government Securities.............$12,780,352.83
State, County and Municipal Bonds...... 7,514,166.26
Other Securities....................... 1.179,516.61
TOTAL SECURITIES..........' ~~
T.oans and Discounts...................
Federal Reserve Bank Stock............
Real Estate Owned....................
Leasehold Improvements...............
Furniture and Fixtures.................
Customers' LiabilityLetters of
Credit and Acceptances.............
Accrued Income and Other Resources....
TOTAL RESOURCES..........
LIABILITIES
Deposits...............................
Letters of Credit and Acceptances.......
Unearned Income......................
Accrued Taxes, Interest, Etc............
Capital Stock......................... 2,000,001.00
Surplus............................... 2.000,000.00
Undivided Profits...................... i.ooi 497 37
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS...... '' ~~
TOTAL LIABILITIES..........
$14,347,488.22
21,474.035.72
27.171.717.50
120.000.00
101.786.62
574.571.97
242.274.63
297,802.45
618.061.47
$64,947,738.58
$58,482,791.14
297.802.45
720,964.01
444,683.61
$ 5,001,497.37
$ %t
DIRECTORS
Joseph Weintraub
Ottoman' o> (tin Board'
Robert Pentland, Jr.
Vk. Chairman ol ih. s**4
Louis C. Adelson
Chairman, Adnaort
Committta
S. L Seltzer
riM.d.nl
Alvin Cassel <
Alexander S. Gordon
James Gerity, Jr.
Nathan S. Gumenick
S. J. Halperin
Benjamin N. Kane
Harold A Landfield
A L Mailman
Hank Meyer
Jay R. Schwartz
John J. Scully
Jacob Sher
J. Bernard Specter
MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK
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Friday, January 10. 1964
fJmlst) ttoridfon
Page 11-/
AMERICAN HERO MEMORIALIZED
Jewish War Veterans Post to be Named
After Col. Mickey Marcus in Dedication
North Dado Post 746, of the Jew
ish War Veterans of Ihc U.S.A.,
will be rededicated as Col. David
Marcus Post on Sunday night dur-
ing impressive ceremonies at Con-
gregation P'nai Raphael, 1401 NW
183rd St.
Mrs. David Marcus, widow of
the West Point hero of Israel's
War of Independence, will fly to
Miami from her Brooklyn, N.Y.,
home to participate in the dedi
cation of the fast-growing post in
honor of her husband, best-known
88 Mickey'' Marcus.
Mechanics Uniform Service
ani Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Pob-
ick sponsors of the dedica-
tion. Popick is a member of
the Board of Governors of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
hclds tha same post with the
Greater Miami Committee for Is-
real Bonds and is active in many
other causes.
Popick. national vice president
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University, is vice presi-
dent of the Zionist Council of
South Florida and a member of
the Hoard Of Directors Ol Israel
Investors Corporation. He and.
Mrs Popick have made several
trips to Israel.
.Marcus is the only soldier bur-
ied in the West Point military
cemetery who died while fighting i
on er a flag other than the stars'
and stripes He commanded the
llaganah. larces Usrael Army) on
H- central front in 1948, lifted the
8i|ge of Jerusalem by six Arab
armies and was killed June. 1348.
at Abu Ghosh, a scant six hours
pefore the first ceasefire
His American war record, which
ncluded nine U.S. decorations in
ddition to the Distinguished Ser
rice Medal, was highlighted by
laracbtlting into Normandy on
Day. training the Rangers in
udo in the Pacific, and participa-
tion in the historic conferences of
buebec, Yalta anJ Potsdam.
Daniel Neal Heller, national
kommander of the JWV, and Zcev
pJ. Dover. Con-ul General of the
Nate of Israel, will be principal
[speakers at the Sunday evening
Dedication and reception.
Noah Schisel, who has spark-
ed the growth of the North Dade
Post from 20 to 70 members, has
arranged the dedication cere-
monies. Participating will be
Manny Mandel, of North Miami
Beach, Florida State JWV com-
mander, and other federal, state,
county and municipal officials.
Ainslee n. Perdie, senior vice
commair er ol Hie Florida orate
Department ol the JWV, will serve
as master of ceremonies, with
Rabri Harold Richter. of B'nai
Raphael, ottering the invocation
and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of
Temple Mem,rah, giving the bene-
diction.
Leaders of the North Dadc Post
will give Mr-. Marcus the tradi-
tional red carpet welcome when
She arrives on Easlern Air Lines
Flight No. 605 at 12:20 p.m., Sun-
day. Schisel and F.AL officials
arranged the welcome.
Col. Marcus is the subject of
Ted Berkman's recently-published
biography. "Cast a Giant Shad
ow." He Is the foremost non-Is-
raeli hero in tiie history of the
Jewish state. His gravestone
bears the quiet legend. "Col. Dav-
id MarcusA Soldier for All Hu-
manity'."
There will be no solicitation of
lunds at Sunday's reception,
Schisel itresse
Orthodox Rabbis
Forming Council
Rabbis David Lehrfield. of
Kmseih Israel Congregation, ll.
Louis Rottma i, of Beth Israel Con-
gregation, Sherwjn Steuber, Young
Israel of Greater Miami, and
Phineas A Webberman. Ohev
Shalom Congregation, announce
the formation of the Ortho ox Rab-
binical Council of Greater M; imi.
Rabbi Stauber, chairman of the
Council, said that "the purpose of
the Council is to serve Hie Great
er Miami area with a rabbinical
organisation dedicated to the prin-
ciples of Orthcdox Judaism."
Rabbi Stauber, in outlining the
new organization's goals, declared
thai "the Council hopes to initiate
progenms at college oampuses ol
the community to inform them as
to the nature and Significance of
Orthodox Judaism.
'Various publications represent-
ing the traditional Orthodox view-
point are among the projects of
Ihe Council. The Council also
hopes to form an adult education
institute to inform Jews of the
Miami area as lo the role of Juda-
ism in the present clay, as well as
throughout the ages."
Among it-, activities, the Ortho
dox Rabbinical Council hopes to
be of service to the various com-
munal organizations that help sus-
tain and maintain the commun-
ity. R a h h i Stauber declared.
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Friday. January 18. %:
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SCHOOL'S 16th ANNIVERSARY NOTED
Capacity Audience in Tribute tp Cohen;
Herman Wouk Addresses Academy Fete
NOTCD NOVdlST IN PERSONAL CRIDO SIC. f
Binder, past president, 'for his At-
tinguished service." The Acad-
emy's 60-voice studen": choir, un-
der the direction of Miriam Don.
nerstap, presented a program o|
Hebrew and English >ongs.
At 16'h annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy Sunday night
in the Deauville Hotel, Louis Merwitzer (second from left), pres-
dent, receives handsome plaque citing him for his contribu-
tions to the institution. Making the presenta,:on is Maurice
Revitz, who served as chairman. Looking on are Jacob Cohen
(left), honoree, and B. I. Binder, past president.
Pope Praises Jewish Role
In Religious Life of World
A capacity attendance of South
Florida Jewish leaders paid over-
whelming tribute to Jacob C.
Cohen on Sunday night at the 16th
annual Hebrew Academy scholar-
ship dinner. The $100 a-couple
function was hekl at the Deauville
Hotel.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman
Wouk was the principal speaker,
flying here from the Virgin Is-
lands for the function in which his
son, Nathaniel, a student at the
Academy, took part.
Maurice Revitz stepped in for
Leonard Rosen as dinner chair-
man, with Ronald Rosen repre-
senting his father and the Rosen
family, mourning the loss of
Rosen's mother in Baltimore.
Myron Cohen, one of the na-
tion's top humorists, capped off
the long evening with a program
of humor.
Nathaniel Zcmel spoke in behalf
of the Academy's more than 100
alumni, and Rabbis Irving Lclir-
man. Tibor Stern and Solomon
Schiff represented the area's rab-
binate.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
cipal of the Academy since its In-
ception little more than i years
ago. presented Cohen with an S00
year-old menorah in behalf ol the
360 students ol" the school
Louis Merwitzer. Aea 'emy pres-
ident, was presented with a hand
some plaque by Revitz and B. I.
Continued from Page 5-A
Christians believe Jesus perform
ed His fir.-t miracle, turning wat-
er into wine. The party visited
the ancient Synagogue of Caper-
naun, bel.eved to be the oldest
synagogue in existence, thence to
the Basilica of Transfiguration
*top Mt. labor.
Through the Valley of Jeireel
the convoy headed for Israel's ;
Jerusalem, through the hills of
Judea, taking the road traveled
by King David when he went to
Jerusalem to head the Jewish
naticn. Welcoming, cheering
crowd! flanked the entire ro./l
on the way ta Jerusalem. At
the entrance to Jerusalem, the
Pcpe was greeted by the city's
Mayor, Mordechai Ish-Shalom.
in Jerusalem, the Pope ascend-
ed to Mount Ziun-where Israel
had prepared a specially improv-
ed road for his convenienceand
visited the room where Jesus was
reported in the New Testament to
have had hi- Lasl Supper, and
the Church of the Dormition, which
Honors the end ot the life of Mary,
Mother of Jesus i ne ol the car-
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6,000,000 Jews annihilated by the
Nazis during World War II.
Finally, the Pontiff returned to
Jordan, via the Mandelbaum Gate.
There. President Shazar saw the
Pontiff for the second time, bid-
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ous
S
er vices
Orthodox. Rabbi David
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Lf hi field.
Nathan H.
Grossberg.
Zwitman. Cantor Ben
lUDATH ISRAEL. W1 Carlylt avt.
prthodon. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
j::iO and 8 p.m. Bartnon:
Jhiii-li I1 '..... are Accurayj--The
tin<-r or the Recant?*" Baturda)
I, na Bai Mitzvau: KomiM BMTX,
[ of Mr. aiffl SB*. Harold Klcnter.
"Can K'llKin tie Untight?"
|SHE EVES. 2633 SW 19th ave.
[on.rrv.,! Rabbi Abraham Sen-
tarts
H DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
vative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. '
jntof William W. Lipaon.
iii S:lTi i .in. Saturday a.m. liar '
III <.ill SI' h-n I i. i. \
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TH EL. 500 SW 17th ave Orthodox.
|abbi Solomon Schiff.
&:SO Mnil 1:39 p.i. garmoa;
pUluii rmaHfim ofOr Praedoui
Saturday 8:30 a.in. Harmon:
imaii's 01 sUaacy."
-
TH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Ibbi H. Louia Rottman.
I JACOB. 301-311 Washington
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stem
Intor Maurice Mamchei.
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TH KODESM. 1101 SW 12th ave
lodern Traditional. Rabbi Max
p.ipiro Cantor Fred Bernstein.
N in Cities! |M>nkei i Be} -
*-\n utlve dlrei i"i.
Am.-ri'an .Ii-wlsli ('..minii t. Tojiir: : W nis
"Human RelatlonaThe Crucial issue
of our Tlmea." Onea Bhabbnt hosts:
Mr. and Mrs Mas Uruen, Saturday
*:." a.m^y.'i iiiuii
reTH'^M'Osfri
HermonJ JU.(U,ri*FlaKU
4 -
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MIN VON AIRES CONOR E G ATION. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
E"cON~C"R4GAflON".
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fine.
Friday 8:15 p.m. (luekl speaker: I. If.
.laii'.- Topic: "The Present and the
Future ol Jewry." Saturday i:K a.m.
8ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseafc E. Rackovaky.
a) _.
ETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Canter Ben-Zion Kirachcn-
baum.
rXday 5:15 anl 1:30 p.m. I'nited
KynacoBue Sabbath. Saturday S:42
a.m. Mincha .". n.m. Bur Mltsvah:
Ki-rry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy
Rpokaon
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 113rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Prlilaj vl". p.m. Sermon: "The Strug-
cii- for l-'u edom." Buturda> *':'. > a.m.
Mm. ha p.m. Bar Mltsvah: rtoln i
lav Mllaieln, Mm of Mr. and Mm
Uotllli I-imi-.
CANDLELIGHT ING 71 Mi
25 Teveth 5:28 p.m.
SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald. .
Frl'lav B:S0 p in. Sermon: "Art* You
San-?" Youth Bervlcea Saturday '''>
Fiiilay r.:l." anil 8:11
"Outstanding JewUI
i Kulurdiiy ii a.m.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.
Rabbi Zevi Green- | ton ave, conservative. Rabbi Irving
Jm !* | iMliraur -CantorHlrsh MIMb* -*
p.m. Sermon; rrldny .". and 8:80 p.m. Saturday 9 u.in.
Personalities. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, son "f Mr. and
1 Mrs. Aba Green; Robert, con of Mr.
an.i Mi.-. Walter Rosenberg.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Straasfeld.
---- ----
PLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa- I
enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
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FT. LAUOEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
1 rlday ami 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "l-ol-
lleK, Fallacies, Futilities." Onea. Bhab-
l>at sponsored by Blkur Chollm iu
honor of Max Pnrness. e&iturda) v I.",
a in Sermon: "The Sojourn In Knypt
hi the I.mht of Ruoent ArohauolnKy."
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias.
l-iiday r, p.m. Saturday R:S0 a.m. Ber
in-'ii: "Jewish SlaVerj in Kcypt."
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
NE 183rd St.. Miami Oardena rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Fridiiy 8:15 p.m. Si-rmon: "Tli'1 Clial-
Ii-iiko and Threat t" Our Teen-AsTers."
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Tortion
of th- Week."
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlea
Kodner.
Ki-iil.i> s:S0 p.m. Pollowlmt services
Bernard Wekaler, community affairs
rhuirjiian. will Introduce Mayor of
Metru l>ude County oaiidUuttes.
teauty of Temple Not in Building
RABBI SANFORD SELTZER
blheastern Regional Director
lunion of American Hebrew
Congregations
live in a period when syna-
|nc architecture has become
important area of endeavor
important, that there are
ln> architects who have devot-
themselves to this one Held,
ha\( become specialists in
la-osv.t design. As one rrav
Ihc leoftb o( this country, he
mi gnificeot synagogues,
itin^''J..:ljuioiis sums of money.
ln> of them 'are controversial.
le ol Ihem have aroused the
as well as the acclaim of
|ir worshippers.
r one. the building is too
for another it is inspiring.
some, il is too garish, for
rs it is perfect for prayer
meditation. Some edifices
attacked as being too mod-
Others are considered old
lioned. a throwback to a pre
t'tneration. It seems thai
one is completely satisfied
that, as yet. a satisfactory
jprint for a sanctuary has
been forthcoming. I believe
there are certain prere
kites in the construction of
sanctuary, irrespective of
particular decor or style, as-
led by the building.
first criticism emanates
the Biblical passage in
:h the people of Israel are
kerned with the construction
Tabernacle "The Lord said
[OSes, Speak to the people
>iael -hat they make for Me
iffering. From every man
Fe heart makes him willing,
-hall receive the ofteriny for
Note that no one was
d to give; no one was
ings, boasting breathtaking cdi-
fices of gorgeous architecture,
bul which stand silent and emp-
ty, devoid of purpose. It is in-
teresting to note that with few
exceptions, Judaism provides no
information on how a synagogue
should be built. A lew years
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY.
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 sve. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
I-Yitiav s.i', p.in. Sermon: "Overoom-
Inc Our Kmntlonal Depressions." >.it-
ui-.iav ii a.m. Bar Mitzvait: Jonathan,
son of Mr and Mrs. Paul Klein.
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TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 750O SVJ
120 thSt. Reconstructions. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
i T.:.'i p mi Sermon: "These are
the Nam S iturdaj l" .'." s m.
Sermon: "The Life und Message of
Isulah." AMilstlns: Benjamin Aeren-
si.n. Fred Herman, Abh; Bel.....II,
M. i.i.i. Shkoli Hei ia i lot till in I
Chlldren'a Choli. Mi Flun m i I- Ini -
man \\ ill hi- bleseil
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor
Ernest Stelnsr.
': nla I", p m Si rmi ''lun-i
ago, a leading Jewish theologian i--.. a.m. Junior Choli
unite the following about syna-
-i. in- i
RABBI SANfOdO StllZtK
hymn of praise
that I may dwell in their midst"."
Regardless of the design, indc
pendent of the expense, unless
the Divine Spirit, dwells within
its walls, a sanctuary becomes
an empty shell. There are too
many sanctuaries that are just
thatempty shells, bereft of the
Divine Presence. They are sanc-
tuaries housed in majestic build-
Detroit Rabbi
In Emanu-EI
Pulpit Saturday
Rabbi Moses Lehrman will b>
..nisi speaker at Saturday morn
ing services of Tenfplc Kinanu-E
shamed] or bribed into, this weekend
Ky making it voluntary. He is the brother of Rabbi Irv
came a gilt of love, a gift ioj Lehrman, spiritual leader of
dication. Temple Emanu-EI./ and holds tin
s is necessary In the build- pulpit ol CongfjegaUon B'na'
i a sanctuary. This is what Moshe in Detroit. Mich.
blueprint for a sanctuary Rabbi Muses Lehrman. a dis
res above all elsethe joy languished spiritual le.ider of the
congregation in seeing the midwest area, ii president of thf
i realized, the thrill in Michigan Region of the Zionist
nizing that every shovel- Organisation of America. A grad
earth is a hymn of praise, uate of the Jewish Theological
God, and that every slab Seminary of America, he was a
ne, every splinter of wood prime mover in the building of
aim of thanksgiving. OnlyJB'nai Moshe. He plays a leading
s it truly a House of the I role in Jewish educational circles.
I in his community,
re is a second criterion, a Friday evening. Rabbi Irvin
ful irretraceable quality nee- j Lehrman will make his first pub-
in the erection of a sanc-i
Again, we turn to the i
The Lord said to Moses. I ed Jewish Appeal. In a sermon
Ihem make me a sanctuary j entitled "Federation. CJA and the
gogue architecture In so do-
ing, he captured the true spirit
of Juadism:
The architecture of the Jew-
ish community has been made
articulate by time, rather than
space. Man and his memory, the
Jew with his song and prayer,
gave it speech. At the center is
the Jew with his memories, his
history, his religious vision and
sensitivity. A building, no mat-
ter what its grandeur, remains-
inanimate, inarticulate masonry
I doubt that an auditorium, sim-
ple, ornate, grand or modest,
ever converted a visitor into a
worshipper."
Yes. the Bible provides the
perfect blueprint for a sanctuary.
A sanctuary should be built by
the eager hands of those who
have given of their worldly pos-
sessions voluntarily. A sanctuary-
becomes a House of God only
when a congreagtion through its
deeds, through its spirit, and
through its piety, truly makes it
so.
undi i direetlull i>l i miti
.,--!-[ In .via- ,i llturuj
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasf
ave. Liberal. H.ibbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
Priday s:i' |..i,i. Sermon: "Major ls-
sii. t'onfroiil i.u Itellffion Huiiifer."
I Satin riai |i>: 1.1 ii m. Kar Mltsi in
\ in, of Mr-. Samuel Shapiro ami
ihi lute Mr. Shuvlro,
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38.
NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeeal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Friday 8:1E p.m. Rabbi Podot to
preach. On.-K Shabal toUaws,
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
ovmtz. Cantor Edward Klein.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
a
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday K:Sfl p.m. Sermon: "Conversion
To or From?" Saturday **:r, a.m
liar Mltsvah: Stanley, son of Mr, and
Mi s. I Kothman.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
l'. Idaj s ''. p n. Sermon: "I 'an the
vv ills lie < 'ii i : -i Into I'-rlilg" -
.-..tiii.ia II hi R.-U Mltsvah s.ih.
s..ii i.i Mi and Mi k Clene Snydi i
a
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross
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TEMPLE 7AMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Pl i.l.i I ', p in Sel limn : "Tn PUI
III. >\ Ii .. il .<.,! III llll.l s ir, il ii'. Si
mm i ...:.. i : hill Mi tt Pi
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TEMPLE Z ON. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Ui'lich.
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
TIFERETH ISRAEL.
ave. Conservative.
Wernick.
Prlda.i s ;" p.ro Sermon: "Preparing
for the h'utiin tturdaj 9 .< in Ser-
mon "W.,ki> Portion."
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Javis/t ncrlctietn
Friday, Janucrry 10. 1964
Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MIWPUM
H
Haparash, the Horseback-Rider, and the Fate of Europe
I. found him prisoner ,, the Ru^ans in *.,*,. .hen. wi!y ,^ ~^ jJJ- ft**,"
having fled to German- occupied Rumania, a concenlra- tight woild "I I.uiopcs .u
tion camp inmate, lie escaped execution at the last lien Of the coming terror.
moment and ioined an uiidersround movement to rescue i six somewhat separate DOOM, the author unio
-"S WHO FLEES THE LION. By J. Klein-Haparash. 650
pp. New York: Atheneum, 162 E. 38th St. $7.95.
hgOVELIST J. KLEIN-HAPARASH, whose name in He-
brew rings symbolic changes on his theme, could be
hero in his own kind of novel. Rumanian-born, he fought
s an Austrian during World War I. later making illegal
rips into the Soviet Ukraine to intorm American Dews*
apers of the pogroms. A political journalist for (Mr-
ian and Rumanian newspapers, he criss-crossed Europe
iahy times, sometimes on horseback. Early World War
while the
dps
children from Eastern Europe. From 1944 to 1MB, he
lived in Russia; since 1946, he has been an Israeli
The book itself, a best seller in Europe, has the same
sweep. Centering in Rumania. Poland and Austria, just
pie-World War II, it weaves several stories into a huge
saga in which the dying aristocracy of the landowners Is
set alongside the rising Communist leadership and the
uniolds
vat panorama which has periods of tense mystery
and Three-Four, which m'ro-
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Clearer Definition of U.S. Pclicy on Jews
Washington
LEARER DEFINITION may bel
** given to American policy ml
196-1an election yearon issues!
of special interest to Americans ofl
Jewish faith. Even if i%l were!
not an election year. 1964 would!
bring interesting developments
The new Administration ol Presi
dent Lyndon is. Johnson remains!
lo hi defined in terms ol specific stands on many
questions.
The White House has made known that a con-
tinuity with the Kennedy policies may be antici-
pated.
Fulfilling a commitment by the late President
and canceled by his assassination, the new Presi-
dent has agreed to address supporters of the Welz
m.inr. Institute of Science. When he speaks in New
York on Feb 6 Mr. Johnson will review American-
Israel relations and put himself on record.
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Reaction to Cruelty
"1 United Nations
\ >, QNCE AGAIN, Syria has been
*^ caught with Israeli blood on
its governments handsand even
the most hardened people, diplo-
matic and secretariat personnel
I, w< re shocke ; by the cal-
ousnese oi the Damascus authori-
e
The in s thai Israel and Syr-
ia exchanged pri lers after man) months of be-
- negctiations, pursued bj the United
Nations hi I been cause foi pride here. Secre-
tary Genera' U Thant and his Undersecretary for
Polil lirs Di Ralph J. Bunchc, were given
i'.in I credit for achieving thai exchange, in
i hich Israel gave back to the Syrians is ol their
nationals getting in return 11 Israelis who had been
held in Syrian jails. Noi overlooked, either, was
the facl th..i Israel's delegation here had pursued
thai objective quietly, tactfully but persistently
ior many months.
When Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Min-
ister, >. is here tor the last session "i thi Gen-
eral As.-emblj she met with Mr, Thant and Dr.
Bunchc several times on thi issue, Prior to her
arrival during her presence, and after she left,
the >ns were carried on by Michael s.
Comay. Israel's permanent representative here, At
last, the exchange took place,
But what did Israel find? Most of the Israelis
held by Syria, for main years some of them im-
prisoned nee 1948, showed the ravages of most
cruel, n,lii mane treatment. They had been tor-
tun i i cruelly that it was fearful that some of
them maj have to spend the rest ol their lives in
mental institutions. Two ol the returnees were in
such shock that they could not even give their own
names. Those who had managed somehow to keep
their sandy reported that one Israeli prisoner had
been murdtred; another committed suicide while
in prison; n third attempted suicide several times
and was saved by his Israeli jailmates
It so happened that, on the day after the pris-
oners had beer, exchanged, an Egyptian spy. train-
ed lor many years especially ior the job of spy-
ing on Israel, was arraigned before a magistrate
in Tel Aviv, There was do doubt about the mans
careerhe had confessed. But, just the same he
was being given due process in an Israeli court
Israel was observing not only its own laws-but
interaationol law as well. The Syrians, on the other
hand, had violated every international law on the
books through the manner in which they had treat-
ed the Israelis in their prisons. They had violated
he Geneva Convention, had ignored the United Na-
li.ns Charter, had torn up the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights!
i
In that address, his first to a Jewish audience
since assuming the Presidency. Mr Johnson will
be mindful ol emerging problems, it will come at
a time wh.-n a crisis is threatened over Israel's
plans to divert waters within its boundaries tor
irrigation, The Arabs have threatened hostilities
to prevent this project
Mr .ion.'son is already aware ol the continu ng
military buildup ol the United Arab Republic and
the heav; flow oi ultra-modern Soviel weapons to
the Nasser regime Nasser bas obtained tanks ami
jet-bombers more advanced in esign that those
the United states insisted that Russia remove Irom
Cuba. Nasser's rocket program has continued
without interruption, aided by ex-Nazi scientists
from \V"st Germany.
France is displaying both a lack ol technical
ability and political inclination to meet Israel's
mounting defense needs. Having lost their position
in North Africa, the French are now seeking a
rapprochmer.i with the Arabs, viewing Arab mat
kets for French products and coexistence in the
Meditei'tanean area. France's tics with Israel are
proving embarrassing.
This development will cause Israel in 1961 t>
turn to Washington for the purchase of arms to
balance those acquired by Nasser from the Sov-
iet Union.
Israeli soldiers are now being trained in the
the Hawk anti-aircraft
Kennedy ordered sold
fhe actual missiles will be installed in
Israel, ready to shoot down marauding jets before
hall ol Lhe new year h is elapsed.
The need to maintain ., balance of power in
,!"' Uidd'e Easl to prevent Arab egression is known
to Mr, J i; ison, lie ci mn ented meaningfullj i
tin- very subject when he served as Senate ,
ity lea r
Working closelj with Mr. Johnson on -
-nes will be In- eputy -pee;, r. in |, ,
man who performed the same duties for thi
dent.
The White House will seek ratificati
i uted Nations treaties on Ho.nan Rights and
cide. Mr Feldman commented that the 11
ministration "will do whatever is necessan to
port ratification."
Hearings on immigration reform legislation
originally requested by President Kenned)
row been -cheduled ior mid-January. Mr
man said President Johnson would "aggres
seek reform ol outmoded and undesirable a ,,.
oi the Met arran-w.-lter Immigration Acl
President Johnson voted, as a Senator
pat age of the McCarran-Walter mi
m the unsuccessful attempt to u
Truman's veto. President Johnsoi
gards immigration reform as consistent with in-
d.-ive for domestic civil rights and non-discrimuia-
tory treatment oi all persons.
the
and intrigue. Hooks One
duee hero and heroine, are the best, lacking the turgwtity
and endless petty dialogue which restrict the general
movement of the novel The hero, Alda. born to nonility
and luxiirv. is also the beloved leader of a rescue organ-
ization. for whose mission he disguises himself as a
peasant rather an extraordinary' one.
At this point. Irs lite runs headlong into that of Mira
Rosen Linkhand, who began by slarving in a cellar and
by sheer passionless drive lifted hersell into the fabulous
Linkhand family, Jewish dynasty of diamond merchants
(with echoe> of Rothschild style), At this point too, how-
ever, the pace of the book slows measurabJy. bogging
down in the minutia of the mechanics of the Communist
communal farm and a dizzying new set of charactrrs.
1 confess to a general weakness for the history-swept
grandeur of the panoramic novel: from "War and Peace"
and "Magic Mi untain" all the way down to F.dnn Ferber's
"Giant" and -Cone With the Wind.'' I find a special en-
chantment in the wideness of vista, But this book, for
all it- portraiture and diversity, lost me well In-fore the
middle, 1 hoped to the end to be able to return, but the ^
sense il confusion with plot and distance from a multi I
tude of characters increased with unfortunate persistence.
Pancroma:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
United States to operate
missiles wh'ch President
to Israt

against
and also
President
Predictions for '64
AS WE LOOK forward to 1964.
** there aie some predictions
hat we inaay make. There will
ontinue to be no anti-Semitism in
srael I know some people are
; sed in argue the point. They
ly, ii there is no anti-Semitism
i Israel, hov i- it that there are
i lew Jewish millionaires there'
aI\ i- it that all the Jewish mil-
... a i in other countries? Still. I insist
i- no anti-Semitism 1:1 Israel and it will re
..i
1 predict th 1964. R will continue to
pri li I matzi i ithi i more, i pre-
' i hchct .' ill come out with a state-
that I ban i- tor fie benefit ol
that Khl he\ has been greatlj disturb-
etting in the ti eth ol Jews and
it i< I ntal troubles that lie is
1 n that he will
the 7. te ami he is only
the United States
Hie mom j arm> and

sue a statement
i i and will help ex-
i--h stati soon as the Amcri-
liim monej and food to keep
larvii
' I hou En-Lai will endorse the
1 i Isr iel and prohibit the import into
an i Hi brew prayer bo.
,' : Vmerii an Council for
ent char ing that
'
- I pi
Judaism
conspiracy
Zi nists to elect Ben-Gunon
' tor from Idaho
, ,,'A,',"'' ,hal [srae scientist will discover
leftover borscht can be desali
' '"jl '": water
Between You and Me:
How a Penniles:
JEROM A PENNILESS Jewish boy o
New York- Lower Fast Side to b
coming a British knight is a very lor
ioad. The road is even longer from be
ing an unknown struggling young artii
to becoming acknowledged as one <
the foremost artists of the twentietl
century. Jacob Epstein, the son ol :
poor Orothodox Jewish immigrant i
New York, has achieved both: he be _
came Sir Jacob Epstein, and few modern 7c
equal his fame today.
An excellent book about him by Richard Buckle in .
published bv the World PublisMni
By BORIS SMOIAR
Boy Bscame a British Knight
to give i'u

'" "sts ol her husband to Israel.
''" ;; "w Jewish faith and
".' other. Epstein was
uiptors can
The.-
!SC
Company, tell- the
and presents a portrait ot
ographs oi
Enetem. Sculptor." *Zr^^!^-^ "'*
early years. Here
book
fascinating siory of his life
his personality. Richly illustrated" with"photo7ra
more than G')(, nf hie ,.-u.- .u......_
~-p.-. J~a 2,;::ft -5-5,S. ZJUZOS.2L2
in 11*01. Lady Epstein agreed
telling the story ol how
the story of his own
and walking in thL 1T by carr>'nR a Pycr
the title,., h, "j .h!,,|n'V(.w,th beared father.
And here is an ne 'ske ; T" """ SyWfUe."
"Friday Night IV.vr' ',f pra>'inR Jew entitled
lePhiUin" in a sketch ,11\ ert' is a by la>"ng hls
. ,"l,',l.""rhl' Morning Prayer"
here the
theatre or
fe,,w Jews iuiiuV,vnr'.1,S"'1" ? W8toM*e interest in UL.
and
And here
refleCted :llt' "'-' "I the poor Jew
'i his early drawings, whicl


Friday, January 10, 1964
tc*iifi HbrAjftif7
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15 A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. G3C 13797
K WIII.KKN LOU 18E DAVIS,
Plaintiff,
Hi \m-is STEPHEN mavis.
I >,.|Viidant .
ORDER TO APPEAR
Viil', FRANCIS STK'I'llh.v DAVIS,
residence unknown, are required lu
serve a com of your answer to ihe
Complaint for Divorce (lied agalnsl
,, i upon Claude M. Barnes, Attor-
, i for plaintiff, -' Calumet BUI*.,
Miami. Blorlcht, and fill' H>- original
with tin- <) i k of Hits Court "ii or be-
fore the 3rd das of Februar), I;i. if
veil fail t>> do co, Judgment by de-
fault will be tiik, n against you for the
relief il. man,I, il in said Comp aim.
Dated lihll -TIh 'lay Of December.
B. a LEATHERMAN
cii-i i. ,.i the i 'Ircult Court
isesl) i;> ; K. M. I.Y.MAX
Deputy Clerk
I J-IO-17-24
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Itth JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
63C 13790
FRANCISCO .1. MIC HAELSEN.
J'laintiff.
. ;.\r.lllELA iI/:.\ MICHABUNDN,
1 .. lendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
TO uabkiela OI/1A M1CHABL8EN
Calle Paaaje No; l Mtrc k y
Llndero, Repgrto Bellamar,
Cojlmar, Havana* Cuba.
VOL" OABKIELA OLOA MICHAEL-
-i N. Calle Paaaje No; l ,ntre K >
Llndero, Reparto Bellamar, Cojlmar,
Havana, Cuba, are required to (lie
your answer to the Complaint for
\...... with the Clerk ,>f the, above
Court, and sert > copy thereof upon
i;ino P. Nag-ret U, Attorney, : l -11
Congress BHbt-, ni N.B. 2nd Avenue,
.Miami. Florida, on or before the 3rd
ilaj ,,f February, IMI, or eUv com-
plaint iii i t.iken as confessed.
Daieil nils .''iii lias of December,
i: B. i.i: ITHEKMAN
I : ,. Of Ul< II.' .ill Com I
Bj : K. M. I.V MAN
I'. puts CUI k
l/S-K
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
.N TH CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 63C 12986
M \l". : I RET WILLIAMS,
I laintiff,
vs.
Kl.MER it Williams.
I '.i. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
:i.mi:i; it wi i.i.i a.ms
lb idence L'nknoM n
I ELMER it Wil.LIA.M
i :,. >111 led that a Bill ,.i I oin-
ilainl for I MA ores haa bei n fllrd
il you, an l you ace required to
u< i copy "i >our Anna i i or
,- I.. Hi, Hill of Complaint on
I alntlff .iit' ne) SAMUEL
Ml IRR18, I IH N W. : t li Rtrei t, Mi-
ami, Florida, .ui'i it"' the original
Vnswer of Pleading In lite office ,?!
[the Clerk of thi Circuit Court on or
the 3rd das February, 1964.
I If you fail I,, do so. judgment l>> de-
li.uili ill 1),- t.,k. n ugalnat you for the
i' lei demanded in the Bill of Com-
hdaint.
Tin- notice (hall be publlahed once
' '.li weak i<>i four consecutive weeks
in THE JKWI8H Fl.i >i:il 'I AX.
DONE AMI ORDERED al Miami,
F!> i':l.i. this 26lh day <,| December,
|V.D. ISO.
i: B. LEATHBRMAN, Cb rk.
It Court, Bade County, Florida
|w all i:> : c. l. COPELAND
Di uiity clerk
lAMl'EL MORRIS, Esq.
I' i- N.W ..'.Hi Stret
Mian I, Florida
kit, rnej foi Plaintiff
I :i-l"-17-.'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY (HVEN thai
indersigned, dealring to engage In
i ** under the fictitious name of
I'TLNHLIt INTERNATIONAL at
kVeat kve., Miami Bench Intends
gister nald name with the Clerk
.' Circuit Court ,.f Dude County,
.i.i.
IATT1NGER I'l LI.It \\ 111 i.NS.
INC., a XV Corp.
i J-in-17-H
mew
tVQig the .Messiah Cc
BY HENRY LEONARD
"No, Doctor, not a pill to relax me, but give
me one to make me more disturbed with the
ills of our society."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13590
BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON,
Plaintiff,
\ s.
JACK LAM Alt |l IHNSTON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: JACK LAMAR JOHNSTm.N
1354 TIIORWiii H' PLACE
COLUMBUS, OHIO
You, Jack La'nar Johnaton are here-
by notified that a Mill ,.f C.....plaint
for Divorce haa been filed againal you,
hi.i you are required to serve .i cops
of your Answer or Pleading to the
BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, George A. O'Brien, Attor-
ney, ::-, Amgon Avenue, Coral Cablea, M
Florida and file th.....initial Answer ^
.I- Pleadlpq in the office of the Clerk I _
of the Circuit Court on or before the
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
^Jenisii FfcradHain
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-1605
for messenger Berries
.Till day ,,r January, U>64. if you fall
do so. judgment by default will
taken againal you for th>- relief
LEGAL NOTICE
nee
ks
----- ...... .. .._,.....*, ...! ,.., |||' I ,*||
demanded in the BUI of Complaint,
This notice shall i,,- publlahed un>
each week for four consecutive a/eel
in TIIK JEWISH FLtiltlHlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this llnh day ,,f December
A.l>. 19(3.
K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count}', rlorlda
(aeal) Byi K. M lvman.
Di uuty Clerk
DEOROE A. O'BRIEN
Attorney al Law
--3 Aragon Avenue
Coral (tables, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
12 :;, 1 3-10-17
1963, Do.anu fiodjdioni
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
\i
th,
l,ii-
1 H M
Sti,
Istei
AIN
t
u
Tel.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY tSIVEN thai
undersigned, deeirlng to engage In
n- > under ihe li .in.mis nun, -:
"I> RS i IPTICA I, al ;"! SW III
ii i. Miami, l lnt< nd t" i I
-i i name altl ihe Clerk of the
I 'out n or i Klorlda
I ill\ K '.!, KENN \. M 1>
I'. ItLAK I. I- I.I I'MA.N, M i >.
SLKK II PERI : :
rney for Applli.
! '.' :. 231 i -' H la .1- line II '.,'1
. -
HA
NOTICE UNDER
FICTIOUS NAME LAW
fOTh'E is HEREBY OIVEN that
p undersigned, dealring t.....gaga In
|slness under the fictitious name ol
it Cash A. Cany Wholesale (iro-
at 1450 Northwi >i ;'L'ml Htreet,
|ami. Had.- CoimtV, Klorlda Intends
register aald name nlih lha Clerk
the Circuit Court of Bade County,
[>i ida.
STANDARD WHOLESALE
OROCERT CO,
I loiida eoii".ration 100%
IS90 No thweal 23rd Su-eet,
.Miami, l-'ia.
BERT .1. l.LU I80N
"mi for Mia idard Wholi sale
leer} Co.
u -:. i -io-n
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
L JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
^OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
NO. 63C 13716
t-Nl-. SHARON SP1EH
|PlalnUff,
vs.
JALU OEORnE SPIES
I' 'efendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I'1 RONALD CIEOROB SPIEB,
Woodland Avenue, Baltimore 15,
M'ii'1. are heteby notified that a
plaint for l dvurca haa bei n
against you, ami yog sre re-
W to serve a copy of your answer
toon IMnlnttrrs attorney, ALVIN
. x u n. i in, I.,,,, ,,!,, i:,,.,,| Bund.
I "'' Miami Ik-ach, Klorlda,
I .1 ill Ihe IfflCI Ol
"' th< above > 'ou.....i ot
'''* -7. P"ii. otheiwlaa
lain] ,;y-| ,ak, ,, ,,,,,, .._, ,,
\ ''...... rd daj ol Dei ember,
B- < LE kTHERMAN
' l< rk, in nt Com t
''- I. SNEEDEN
l put \ Clei k
I-' .'7. 1 :i-|ii-I7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF
FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63 C 13450
SEII VSTI VNl i.vl. ..:...) Si I,
I'lnlntiff,
i -
V1NCENZA IMPELL1 so.
I fendunt.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Ti >: \ iii.'.nza lni|M II ISO
k"i" vii 1 me
Bronx. Nt x W.
^'...i a ,n ., b. :...,! ih.it a i'. :ii-
plalnl for Divorce has been filed
against >ou, and you are retiulred to
servi a copy of your Answer or
I'l, adlng to Hi, i"..ni,.!., nt for I'lvi
on th,- pl.iintui".- attorneys, Tallanoff,
Waller >v Lit man, 120 Llni-nln Roi <.
Miami Beach, Klorlda, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on ,,r h.toi. th,- 20th day .f
January, IM4. if you fall to d eo,
Judgment by default will i- taken
against you for th,' reltei* demanded
in the I'oinplainf for Divorce.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Plirlda, this lt>ih da] "f December,
1963
E II. LBATHKRMAN, Clerk,
in.- lit Court, Had, county, Klorlda
is. mi Bj : L PNKEDEN,
Deput) Clerk
Tallam if. Waller Lit nag
Attnrne) for I'bUntlff
liu Liu. oin Roa l
Miami Beach, l-la.
II :-::. I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61364- B
IN RE: Estate ol
HYMAN WVI.i kje
Dei ..-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami \U Persona H." -
in; Claims or Demand! Againal Said
Estate:
You aia hereb] notified and : -
rn .1 in i.....nt lain and de-
mands which > "ii ,r.:i. havi naalnst
ih. state of HTM VN WYIXXJE d, -
ceased kite I'.ol. County, Klorlda,
t.. ih. County Judgis "t i .-!.- Coun-
ty, and file the sami In duplli-nte nnd
as provided in Section 733.16, Klorlda
Statutes, in il" ii ofj es In the Coun-
ts c.....th..a.-, .n i'.ol,- County, Klor-
lda, wlth'n -i\ caiendat months from
the time of the f i -t publication here-
of, or the same \Ull i,,- barred.
I'alo.l at .Miami. Klorlda, this 16th
dav of I', .iiiImi', A 11, 194
SARAH k\ YIAH1E
As Ekecuti i\
I'irst publication ..f this notice on
liu :'"ih dai of Dec, nibi i. !'" I.
sii.\ in. i;.....in. mi \ Holtzmun
i:>: s> Ivan N. llnltxman
Al '.-rn,) for Exi cutrlx
346 Sk-j bold Uldg., Miami 32, l-'la.
i.'.i"-:.. 1 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi In
hu-iiuss under il'e IKUtioua nann of
SHU rltl IT OHMPANY St P.O IfcW
tl-153, Mliimi, l-'la Intend to regiater
said name with the Clerk of th. Cir-
cuit Curt "f Dade t'ounty, Klorlda.
NORMAN RL'BINW >N
HELEN SILVERSTEIN
I l\\ II. : a
12 20-27, i 1-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN
the mull i signed, il
... in.i. r i mis nan i
WEST Ct)AST-EAST Sl'RE SHOP t
l Iv Klfth m.. M an Ik ai h, i la., In-
tend to n glsti i sal I name Itli the
Clerk l the i lit t oui i of I 'ude
Counti. i lorlda.
UENE K.SCHEN tEN N'ER
men \RD i'I'ma.n
TOM GRADY
Ow II
12 20-S7, : 3-10
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13436
I.ILIA RODRIOL'EZ LOOPBR.
Plaintiff,
va.
i-i: \NK HOWARD !I"\V VRD,
i ii f, mlii nt.
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
TO I RANK EDWARIJ HOWARD
..ii.I if man led,
HOWARD, hia wife
- ml Sn ,> l
Ni u H :. hi-. I .ouislana
A Complaint for llurtltion and other
n i ef has been fil,-.l against you In-
volving the property In Dade Coun-
ty, Kloi Ida, i.i-u it:
Lot 4. Block I".. BISCAYNE HIOH-
i.ani is, ... hi ding to the Plal
Hun nrded In Plat Book 16 at
Page J'l of ilo I'nhli,' Revorda "i
i 'a.i. 'ounts. Klorlda;
.....I -n<' : .(iiir, ,1 to :\ I .1 Copy
f ynur Answir or other pleading on
I';.i mill- attorne>. HE N I! V M
WAITS5KN, 171 Sana Knucl Blvd.,
Si Mill i Klorlda, and file the
i .n the offk.....f ih.- Clerk of
ih.- circuit Court on or before the
21st da$ of January, r.,6i. or this
Complaint ill be taken as confessed
you.
DATED this 13th day of December,
I 3
i: B. LEATHERMAN
i "lei k ot i 'Ircult Court
l Hide County, Klorlda
'...... By: l. SNEEDEN,
l leputy Clerk
12 20-27, I :!-10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61597-C
IN RE: Estate of
MINNIE RESN1KOEP,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors ami All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Saul,
Estat< :
Y,ti are hereby notified and re-
,|inr.',l to |,r. s, nt .my claims and de-
mands which you guide have against
th,. estate of Minnie Resnlkoff de-
ceased late of I iiole t'ounty. Florida, '
to ih, Count) ludgea of Bade County,
., I fill Ih. .-am- in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Clorida .
Statutes, In thel offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in liade County. Klor-
i,la. \\ithn -.\ calendar montfka from
in. ii.ii. ..f ihe first publication here-
<-. or iii, .-.in!,' will ), barred.
Cat-d at Miami. Klorlda, this 17lh
daj "i I 'eii mber, A.D. 1961,
BEN RESNlKOKt'
As Executor
First publication of this notlco on
Ihe L'"tl! daj of December, i'".;.
Tallanoff, Waller Lltinan
Altoi-n, \ for ICxei iiior
120 Lincoln Rd., .Miami It. a. h. Pla.
13 :}::. i J-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 63C 13522
.1 \M CS TH- i.MAS DUDLEY,
i' miff,
\ s.
KRANCEU JANE DUDLEY,
I '. f, n.lam
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
T<>: FRANCES JANE DUDLEY
"1". s irgent sir--, tt
Holy oke, Masaachusetta
You KRANCE8 JANE DUDLEY
are taereh) notified that a Hill of
Complaint for Divorce baa been filed
against you, ami you are required to
Serve a copy of your Ansurr OT
PI, ad m; to the Bill of Complaint on
th,- i.laiiniif's Attorney, OOULMAN,
ili il.l ..-TKIN .-; PACZIER, 2-101 West
Klagler Htreet, Miami. Klorlda and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the offl.....f Ihe Clerk of tha Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 30th day
of January, |96l. If you fail to do
so. Judgment i>> default win be taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
in ih. Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.'iltlHIAN.
In NE AN n i ill I lERED :,i M i" i.
I lorida, llils 17th day of I i
A.D. 196 I.
E. B LEATHERM VN, Clerk,
Circuit Com i. I >ade I int) K
(seal) B) : C. V. V >I>ELAND
I >. pUt) "1,-1 Ix
tloldman, floldsti In Pncsier
_'i"i \v esl Klagler Street
Miami. Klorli
Attorne) s foi Plaintiff
12, 20-S7, 1 3-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13683
WILLIAM SLOWIK,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
TESSIE SLOWIK,
I '. f, n.lain.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i: TESb'lE Sl.i iWIK
isso E. ith Street
Brooklyn, N.Y.
You, TKSS1E Sl.i'WIIC. are hi In
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Ii lorce has bei n filed againal \ ou,
and you an- required i" serve .< cop)
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on thi Plaintiff's at-
torney, Christie and l.ev.nst. in. nil
Coral Way, Miami, Klorlda and file
'l......Iglnal Answer ..i Pleading in the
office of the ci 11; of the Circuit Court
on or before the 30th da) of January,
I "'I. II iou fail to do s... juiL-ii', ni
0 th Fault u ill lie la ti n iga Inst \ ou
for the relief demanded in the Hid
01 'omplaint.
This notli e -l.ail he published once
each w k 1 insecutive wi eks
in THE JEW isil I i.. Utl I HAN
IHLMC AND IRDERED lit Miami.
Klorlda, this 23i d day of Deci mis r
A.I i.
K, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
ii. .it i '..in l oi. i 'ount) rim Ida
(aeal) U) C. P. Ci >PEU\NI i
Beput] Clerk
CHRISTIE & I.EVENSTEIN
nil Coral k\ ay
Miami. Klorlda
Attoi ii,> for Plaintiff
______________________ 1^ 27, I 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 60845-A
IN RE: Estate of
JACK W. PBRSOFF. B k a
JACOB WILLIAM PERSOKE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or l',niatnls Against Said
Kstate:
^'..'.l are li-r iiy notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have againat
i.....state of JACK W. PERSOKF,
a/k/a JACOB WILLIAM PERSOKF
deceased lute of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the C.....iiy Judges of I iade
County, and file the same in duplicate
and os provided in election 73:!. 16.
Florida Matin,-s. in their offices In
the County Courthouse in Hade Coun-
ty,! lorlda, Ithln six calendar months
fr.-m the linn of the first iml.li. .. lion
hereof, "i thi same "in be barred.
Dated al Miami. Klorlda, this 30th
day of December, \ I. 1963.
ETHEL PBRSOFF
As Kxecutlix
Simon, M.n .. ,\ i jrundw erg
.v i toi ne) for L\,.utn\
101 Ainsle: Building
_____ 1 :'.-!'!; 7 .'I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 60869. A
IN RE: I'.st......,f
ELSIE MARTHA
11,,', ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. aii Creditoi and All Pi rsons Hav-
ii- Clnlniij or c niands Against Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of ELSIE MARTHA de-
ceased late of Dade County, Klorlda,
to the Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and filo 111,- same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months front
the time of the llrat publication here-
of, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th
.1. ) of l'i ,nil-i'i-. A I >. 1968.
BENJAMIN MARTHA
a- i.\. cutor
First publication of this nol.....i
the -7th da] of 1 v, inh, i. !
MALCOLM H. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Ex< cutor
l 100 Bisca) ne Building
_________________ 12 27, 1 :i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HVEN that
the undi-rslgned, desiring to engagi in
- under the fictitious name of
SATKI.I.ITK RECORDING STUDIOS
" s W Blghth Street, Miami,
Floi .i.i inti nds to n glsti r raid name
Ith ilo 'i.i k of ; he C......i i' in i
..i l '.oh i ount.'. Florida
I RBI' BERN i.V. sole ..' ner
She\ in. ilo I loltsman
It) Si I V .in N I I. .1' /.111. III
\i toi ne) for Ki i Bei ney
|l s. ,-,,|.| || ni
\i [ami 32, i *
12 27, l 3-10-17
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act of .1941
FILE NO. AA.21243
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha
Nathaniel w. Siegel bolder of Toi i
of Miami Springs Spe-'ial Aaaeasnien
i.i. n i'. i nil.'ii. No. .! issued th.- :;
daj of May, A.D. 1959, has filed sum
in my office, and has made applli R
tlon for a tax deed t" be Issued then
on. .Said Certlfli ate embraceji th
following deaorlbed property in th
County of Dade, State of Florida, t"
wit:
W 7!.S Kt "f K 935.1 Ft of N .
Tr 57 L.ss N 10 Ft ft 8 3 Ft to Itv
Kla I mil Land Co. Sub., Plal Boi
J Page IT. Section 13 Township
South, ituiK, in Bast in the Xowi
of Miami Springs, County "f S
State of Florida.
The assessment of said proper!
under the said certificate waa in til
name of: FCermtt ': Tlndell.
I'll'-ss said ', tlflcate shall 1..
according t. law, the pro
. i. died Ii. ri in ill be sold
Hi. h I hidd i at the Court II"
first Monda) In the mpni
. 1964, which Is the
di." iarj i'..;i
1 .ilsi iiay of Dec< mb<
K It LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court. Bade County, 1
(stall .: I PER,
::-!"-: 7
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Ch.-.pter 20722 Acts of 1941
file no. aa-2'250
notice is hereby uiven hi
Nullunili I \\. .-i gel, holder of CI
of Miami I.i, n >..:. i n Ificati > n .
lily, 7 .7 .mil mit. issued tl
la) Juni A l I960, haa
, -.mi. u in) offi.'. and has mad.' .,
plli al i la v deed to be i-
li. Said ..il.l i. at. s .ml.. ,,.
the following described pro|iert;'i i
the "ount) f I lade, State .! Floridi
i I :
Lot is Bkick 2, Taylor's Wulidlvleloi
I'lai ll.Hik L'I Page 63 in the Clt
of Miami, Count) of Dade, State i
l lorida, .is mbraced in Certlfical
No 163. The assessment of sal
properi) under the said certlfical
I--.I..I was in tin name of I'n
know n
Lot 17 Block :'. Tin l..i S il.ilh is...i
I'la I Hook :'l Cam i;:. in the Cly
Miami, Count) of Had.. Stati i
i'l.....ia. ..- embraced In Certlfical
No. 169 The assessment of sal
prvptrty under thi -aid certifies I
issued was in the name of l'i
known,
Lot 13 Block ".. Erickson'a Additio
Aimiel. .1. I'l.u Book B Page s-
tho City of Miami. County of lAol,
Stall of Florida, as eml,r.oed i
Certificate No. 7:t7. The asses
ni, nt of said property under tl
-ai't .. tifiCttte issued was in th
n.mi. of Richard & Dorothy Alien.
Lots v. 9, Block 135, Miami Nerl
A. L. Knowlton's Plat, Plal Book
Page !l in the Olty of Miami. Chi
l) of Dade, Btale ol Iloii.la. as ,n
i.iae.d in Certificate No. 367. Ti
assessment of said profierty uud.
the said certificate Issued wsJJ .
the name of L'nknon n.
L'nless .-slid certificates -h..ll be n
deemed uccordlng to law. the propert
described herein \\ili ).. s..l.i i.. ti.
highest bidder at the Couit Hour
door .ai the fiist Monda) in Hi
.......th of February, a D. 1934, wall
Is thi 3rd da) if February. A D. SHI
Dated ilns ,u 1963
i: B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of circuit Court, l 'a.i<- County, (lorli
is,all B) K .M LEEl'ER,
I leputy Clerk
________ _______________1/8-10-U--'
IN'THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6M40- A
IN RE: Estate of
PHILLIP A. WAND
I >. i ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Ua'
inu Claims or Demands Against So
Estati :
^o,i are hereb) notified and r.
quired to present any claims and d<
mauds which you ma' have ggifln*
the estate .,i PHILLIP A. WAND di
eeasi'd late of Dade County, Flodd
i" Hi. Count) Judges ul i'a.i. .:ount
and file ill, sain, in diii.livate anil .
provided In Section 733.16, Horii'.
Statutes, in tlien offices In the Coui
ii i '..lu in..ii-,- in Dade County, Boi
ida, \\iiinii s..\ i.ii.ii.lar months wo
the tin. .,: the first publication h< i
of, or thi same will be barred,
Dated al Miami, I lorida. thll 21
da) of I ii .a inh .-. A I >. 1968,
Till:I.MA A WAND
As i 'xi utrix
Flral publication of this notice
hi 3 .1 .ii" .a" Jnnuni'. 196 I
K' '\ NER A M VNNHE1MER
Ai tome) i' Kxi ruti K
...ni I Mai nv
.Miami. Klorlda
___________ 1-3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nt ITICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thi
slane I, .i. siring to engage i
bush ir the 11.mi..us name i
HANSBN KDCCATIONAL Ml'SIC
rt At*., Miami Beach intend
to < me with the ci. i
'i thi I'ircuil of Dade Count.' .
CHAS H II INSEN
Ml SI CORP .i S ^ Corp
: 3-10-17-:i


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AmitfSF De/e/rdt Pope Pius Record During WWII
* :_ f__.llv_r.ot once. iwue-n JERUSALEM Pope playwright, which makes those ac
Paul defended the late Pope Pius cusations against Pius, was voic-
XII here Sunday against charges cd by the Pontiff in his farewell
that have been made that the war- address here, just before he left
time Pontilf had failed to speak Israel after spending 12 hours in
out against Hitler's persecutions the Jewish State.
of the Jews The defense, allud- President Zalman Shazar, flank-
ing to the plav. "The Deputy," by ed by ranking members of Israels
Rolf Ilochhuth, a West German Cabinet, had just said farewell to
Auschwitz Trial Resumes As
Witnesses Deny Their Guilt
Continued from Page 1-A
This contention, however, is ex-
pected to be proven false by the
prosecution through at least one
witness.
The court was also to hear testi-
mony from a Dr. Muench, now a
resident of Bavaria, who had been
a member of the Auschwitz medi-
cal corps. Dr. Muench had refus-
ed to follow instructions ordering
him to take part in crimes against
prisoners. He is to testify that,
despite his disobeying of direct
orders, he had suffered no repris
als from the Nazi regime. He
had been tried earlier and acquit-
ted by a Polish war crimes court.
The trial is now on a schedule
of three days a weekMondays,
Thursdays and Fridays. The
proceedings are expected to last
several months. The prosecution
is expected to call a total of 254
witnesses, all former camp in-
mates, many of them Jews, from
Israel, Western European coun-
tries and the United States.
The trial is being held in Frank
flirt's City Council chamber. Al-
though space had been set aside
Bikur Cholim
Honors Members
Bikur Cholim of the Israelite
Center will sponsor the Ones;
Shafcbat on Friday evening in hon-
or of Max A. Parness, religious
chairman of the Center.
Mr*. Jack Schwartz, president of
Bikur Cholim, announces a lunch
eon Wednesday noon in the Social
Hall of the Center in honor of Mr
and Mrs. Charles Fidelman. Pro-
ceeds are used to help the sick and
needv.
lor public observers, there were
few spectators in the court room,
aside from a full complement of
newsmen representing the press,
radio and television.
Pope Paul, when the Pontiff, in
bis response, surprisingly touched
on the controversy caused by the
Hochhuth play.
Pope Paul started his final re-
marks on Israel's soil by ex-
pressing gratification over his
visit here, and voicing thanks
for the welcome and hospitality
accorded him. He emphasiied
that he had come here as a rep-
resentative of "Him Who bore
peace." "There is nothing in
our heart," he said, "bet feel-
ings of good will toward all men
and all people. Indeed, the
Church loves everybody in the
same measure." Then he touch-
ed on the Pius controversy,
stating:
Our great
XII. ay;iin and
predecessor. Pius
again -tressed this
forcefully-not once. wice-dst
the last world war. EvrybO knows what he did to help *>
[end all those who had been tried
by war's tribulations, without dis
crimination. Yet. as you arc
..ware, an attempt has been mad.
to cast suspicion and. indeed, ac-
cusations have been levelec
gainst the memory of this great
Pontiff. We arc happy have
ie opnortunity to state on tm-
day and in this place that there
is nolhiim more unjust than this
Slight against Mich a venerate
memory.
-Those who knew 'in- admir
able man intimate); know how far
his sensibility could go, his com
passion for human suffering, his
courage, his: delicacy ol heart, the
depth ol In* feelings, in- charity
;,nd sympath) visa vis human suf-
ferings, hi- spirit and the nobility
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"WeAJ
" tfewish Floridiam
Miami. Florida, Friday. January 10. 1964
Section 5
nitial Gifts Picks Noted Lead
ers
I H -
*$. JNfZ KKtNSKY
MRS. JACK ABUN
n
J
; '"'%S*J-
by ISABEL GRCVE
The Applcbaum family -oem
nut to believe tliat old theory
traight line i- the shortest dis-
tance between two points .
When Miami Beach's Delia and
.Max wanted to spend New Year's
with .son Sherman, his wife Re-
m and their two offspring, all
of Huntington, L.I., meeting
place was Las Vegas ... On
ih.ii return, the senior Apple
baums tumid daughter Flora and
husband Krvin Stuart here for
their annual winter visit .
Joined, during the holidays, by
:h< young Krvins, Ron who at
li nds CusbingS Academy in Ash-
! umham, Mass.. and Joan, a
stu lent at Boston U. Both
.tended schools here also .
v ute coupling of their names
Ronjoused for the Krvin Mo-
I on Montauk Island Local
contingent of the family includes
Mi rcia and Dr. Bernard Apple-
.....in and year-okl Laura .
Open House tor 25 couples,
friends and relatives at the
nome of Irene and Kllis Rubin.
5959 La Goree Dr., on New
Yi ar'a Eve The gaiety of
"ho catered affair, which began
around 9. went on until the
chimes play 3 o'clock in the
morning.
Her many friends delighted
now that Mrs Ethel Shochet, re-
i ring from a serious imiess.
is home from the hospital and
recuperating at the Martinque
Hotel .
Mrs Sadie Calm looking for-
ward to a visit from son. Dr.
Judah Cahn. spiritual leader ot
New York's Metropolitan Syna-
gogue The rabbi is expected
later this month .
Pre nuptial trip taken last
summer hy the former Gall Har-
riet Lipson and her mother. Mrs.
Bernard A. Lipson. of 5828 Alton
Rd. ... A president of Hadassah
in Chicago, her home town, and
serving as a veep here. Mrs. Lip-
son wanted to indoctrinate her
daughter so treated her to a
Hadaatah tour of Europe and Is-
rael .Married on Dec. 29 to
Steven Michael Wolf, Gail and
her husband are living in De-
troit, where both are attending
universities.
Pleasant memories for Roz
and Al Obolerdaughter llenc
home for the holidays Now
she's back at Margaret Morris
Carnegie College. Carnegie In-
stitute of Technology, where she's
a freshman and has pledged Al-
pha Epsilon Phi, social .
A very happy holiday tor Mick-
ey and Murray Sonnett. too .
Daughter Nancy Selkowitz and
husband Ira. who has completed
his >tint in the Army, will now
be Miami Beach residents .
And son Neal, prez of the Uni-
versity of Miami senior class,
has been tapped for Iron Ar-
row, highest honorary fraternity
there
The A A Rosens, of New
York, who recently built the
beautiful 21-Story Grace House
Continued on Page 6-B
Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs.
Inez Krensky. who have both serv-
ed as chairmen of the Women's I
Division of Combined Jewish Ap-
ia al. this week accepted the lead
ership of the Women's Initial Gifts
( ommittee, it was announced by
Mrs Carl Weinkle, 1964 Women's
Division chairman
The first committee meeting Ol
the committee was to he a brunch
8t the Imperial House on Thurs-
day at 11 a.m.
In 1962. both Mrs Ablin and
Mrs. Krensky served as co-chair-
men of the Women's Division, and
in 1963 Mrs Krensky was chair-
man, with Mrs. Ablin assisting
her.
Prominent member of the Great
cr Miami Jewish Federation and
Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs.
Ablin served as secretary ol the'
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
in 1354-1955, and has been active:
in the work ol two of Federation's
local agencies, Mt. Sinai Hospital.
and the Jewish Home lor the
Vged, which several weeks ayu
dedicated a pavillion in honor ol
Mrs. Ablin's late husband.
A pa-t president of the Sister-
hood "I Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs.
Krenskj has also served as a lead-
er at Mt. Sinai Hospital.
Mrs. Weinkle also announced
key Women's Division apporu-
ments of Mrs Abe I. Cassetl B I
Mrs. A. L. Glickman as [nitial
<;iit- co-chairmen for the Miami
Beach area, in addition, M -.
Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Sa ti-
tle] Simonhoff have accepted co-
chairmanship of the Initial <; fts
program [or Town women.
Tenor Slated to Entertain
Mrs. Milton Levin.-ohn, presi-
dent. Community Women's Club.
Surfside, Bal Harbour. Bay Ha.r
bor Island, announces a member-
bring-a-member party Wednesday,
12:30 p.m. at the Beau Rivage
Hotel.
Tenor Chet Gale will offer a
musical program, with Sallj K ye
at the piano.
Reservation chairmen are Mrs.
Leo Paul. Mrs. J Mazur and Mrs.
Sol Lubell.
fashion calendar
for January 1964
Coming up for '64, a new series
of exciting fashion shows.
Watch the papers for more
detailed announcements, in the
meantime, keep these in mind!
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Cc mmittee plans for luncheon in honor of Mattie Washton,
-oceds from which will help maintain a Medical Cen'er in
Jerusalem. Left to right (standing) are Mrs. Fred Jonas, hon-
orary president, Mrs. Washton, sponsor and honored; Mrs.
^ar! M. Coplon, president of Brandeis Group of Hadassah.
Sct ' -lairmen of the day. The function will be held Monday,
10, at Ihe Foniainebleau Ho*?!.
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Friday, January 10. 1964
T
Gifts to Servicemen
Mrs Lester Arkin, president.
,,,,'d members of Bnai BVith Worn
Opti-Mrs, Will
See Performance
rtah of Miami Beach ,> Cooncii of Miami Beach pa,
Opti-Mrs- Club 01 liPinated in pre-entation ft] gifi
-<> ,renednfefT?""!bS^sPerSemenat the annual parr.
formance ""T" a" luncheon Wednesday. Dec. 25. at the Ser-
SlJ'JRUt in ;;^nu-::t>;;:-,.|ncr^j=
IS dramatic pljj. RoMnnerg.____________
Life members of the Sisterhood of Congrega- uel Reinhard. Mrs. Henry Kate. M^CteM*
.ion Beth Israel are honored at a membership and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg Seated (left to
brunch at the Fon.ainebleau Hotel. Standing right) are Mrs. Rae M^THojlbg^.
(left to right) are Mrs. Isadore Spolter. life Alexander MoskovUs Sisterhood P^'dent
membership chairman. Mrs. Diana Ptasnik. and Mrs. Maurice Goldnng. membership
Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mrs. Roberta Zaager, Mrs. chairman Other We members nOtpwtaMd
Rose Saplow. Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, Mrs. are Mrs. H. Shamitz and Mrs. Ida Denmark.
Peari Schwartz, Mrs. I. H. Mellman, Mrs. Sam-__________________________________
rnrP.s Civic ineao'. .......-
;,;,; featurlng Ato panw and show Monday
1''n M"VhMMne- a-en'a will be Rich, flowing color lends a v.b-
On the business ,-c' b. ty the latest Israel.
! STSaSS he'renuerc %&%***
n r ^ It- a Mad. Mad. fashion Show, which will open on
EJTSmA "t the Sheridan Tuesday r.oon at the Deam-.ll,
Mad. Mad worm. |; ^ mdet (m, ailspices of the
honored guest will be Harry Milimi Chapter of Hadassah.
Rntwick of Uw Horkta State The collection i< entitled "Stars
Theatres Mrs. Munay Sonnet SIvU. an(1 comprises 27 high-
III1 preside -.yled creations by the students |
ihe Fashion Department of Hada-
sah'B Alice Scligsbcrg Vocation;,I
High School for Girls in Jerusal-
em supplemented by modes origi-
nated by other talented young Is-
Com-recation B'nai Raphael Sis ,.aeli designers.
terhood will present a cocktail Modeling the costumes^ will
B'nai Raphael
Fashion Show
Young Israel Will Honor Lerners
ternooa "> i!>. ......... .-..........o _
fashion show on Thursday. Jan. lb. professionals supplied by Bur-
", at the Temple. 1401 NW ,,im.v Commentator will be Be -
----------------------------183rd St" iv Sherwin. of Rurdine s. An ad-
tion. will be honorary chairman of '.... fashions Richard- ditional highlight of the afternoon
the testimonial luncheon Sunday. JJJg and" pan' Fitzgerald. f***J^*ZSfifl
Young Israel of Greater Miami Plastic Manufacturing Co.. in Hia- Emanuel Ungar. president of special events> Erector J, in"lingerie.
announces a testimonial luncheon leah. Harry Lerner is vice pres- Young Israel, said that >* ard S-.11 be tea rare ^ fMMMh K;1.hion Show is
in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ident of Young Israel of Greater ,g the program at the lunch. Clothing reatloi V nited States to help
Lerner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miami, and Ben Lerner is treason will be Rabbis Alexander oi sunset and ever ^ ^ a(lassah.s Bet.
Lerner on Sunday. 1230 p.m.. at urer. Gross. David Lehrfleld Morris lingeri>tc.go*ns w H o{ v( .,,, educatl0 ,.
WaldmanV Hotel. Roth Mrs. Esther and Mrs. Ethel Horowitz and H. Louis Rottman, SaDy. m W < ns ,.,,,, Mrs A1
Ben and Harry Lerner are of- Lerner are past Presidents of Presentat, JjJ be n charg ^theM ^ ^ ^^ .$ ^ ^^ ((f ,,.
ficers and directors of the Tolin Young Israel Sisterhood. The made by Rabbi -| '..,.
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Lerner families are charter mem- spiritual leader of Young Israel
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rael. and have been active in the
Greater Miami community since
coming here seven years ago.
Mrs. Ethel Lerner served as
president of Mesivta High School!
Women, and the Lerner families |
are active in the Hebrew Academy.
They are also members of Beth
Jacob Congregation.
Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual
leader of Beth Jacob Congrega-
Decorator Will
Speak Tuesday
Regular meeting of Miami Chap-
ter, National Children's Cardiac
Hospital, will feature a talk on
"Home Decorations."
Guest speaker at the affair to
he held Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the
hospital, will be Lillian Cartez.
interior decorator, who will stress
wall treatments in her lecture
Funds raised at the chapter's
monthly luncheon and card party,
chaired by Mrs. Reuben Schild,
will be used for hospital equip-
ment. Event will be held Tues
day, Jan. 21, at noon in the hos
pital.
The group's annual fund-raising
drive is planned for Friday
through Sunday. Jan 10 to 12.
Mrs. Arthur Park.
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Mrs. Sara Peneharsky, presi-
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Women's Division. American Jew-
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on Jan. 17 the chapter will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbal following
the Friday evening service at
Flagler-Granada Jewish Center,
Rabbi David Rosenfeld, spiri-
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Members of the chapter will
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Mis. A. C. Fine (extreme right) beams upon being made a life
member of the Women's Division of the Jewish Convalescent
Home o: Sou'.h Florida. Seen with Mrs. Fine at a luncheon
held a', the Hcme in her honor are (left to right) Mrs. Rose
Ecker, recording secretary; Mrs. Ray Lieberman, executive
vice president; and Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser, Home president.
Mrs. Fi:.- is Women's Division chairman of a program de-
signed to expand the Home from 55 to 130 beds.
Mrs. Fine Now Life Member
Tovo Ronni Will
Sing for JNF Here
Leon .1. Ell, president of the
Jewish National I'cu:d Council oi
Greater Miami, revealed this week
that Tova Ronnie. "Songbird of
Israel," Will be guest artifit dur ,
ing the iortbcomicg visit ol Men-
del N. Fisher to South Florida,
ret ween Jan. 27 and Feb. 3.
Miss Ronnie will appear, to-
gether with Fisher, at several im-
portant JNF meetings here.
The dynamic Israeli folk singer
ard dramatic artist, interpreter of
the songs and folklore of Israel,
as well as the folk songs of many
lands in French. Yiddish, Russian
and Spani.-h. has sur.g for displac-
ed persons in internment camps of
Cyprus and the soldiers of the
Haganah.
She has appeared in villages and
settlements throughout Israel, has
broadcast over Jerusalem radio,
Birthday Party
At Aged Home
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the A
u ill sponsor its next monthly
birthday and anniversary party at
Douglass Gardens Su.ndas.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pollock, of
Detroit and .Miami Beach, who are
cclelrrating their 52nd wedding an-
niversary, will be hosts. Thej
are lite members and contributors.
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Auxil-
iary president, will greet resi-
dents whose birthdays occur dur-
ing January.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary
Auxiliary president, and co-ordi-
nating Building Fund chairman
lur all the auxiliaries, will also
peak.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program
nd traveled widely in the Mid- chairman, announces that the Irv-
lle Fast, -inning in Egypt. Leb- ing Pietrack Orchestra will pre-
..non and Syria. sent a medley of folk music.
TOVA RONNI
kfrs I Fine. Miami I'.each
c ivii e has been made a life
member ol the Women's Division
ol the Jewish Convalescent Home
ol South Florida, Home president
Mrs, Joseph E. Keiser. announced.
Mrs 1 ine was introduced to the
board of directors at a luncheon
in her honor held at the Home.
also known as Bikur Cholim. She
i- Women Division chairman of
Hadassah Groups
Plan Meetings
Bay Harbor Group of Madassa'i
will hold its regular monthly
luncheon meeting at the Singapore
Hotel on Monday, 11:30 a.m. The
latest ;.'. dassah film will be
shown President of the group is
Mrs Gut Roberts
Branded Group has scheduled
its next meeting lor Monday at
the I i .. Dobleau Hotel. Presi-
dn is Mrs. Karl Coplon.
Shaloma Gr*up will hold its reg
ular meeting at the Di Lido Hotel
on Mondaj noon. Guest speaker
will be (Jabriel Header, and 8
musical i rogram will be offered
b> Mrs Yctta Shulman. Presi-
dent is Mrs Irwin Shapiro.
Southgat? Group will hold its
II Daj luncheon at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel on Tuesday. Presi
dent i- Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg.
I ('. nan ol the luncheon is
Mrs l Schwartz.
Henrietta Siold Group will meet
at the Algiers Hotel on Monday.
Re/reshi ents will be served. Mrs.
Herman Feller is president.
Stephen S. Wise Group will hol.l
in luncheon meeting at the Deau-
\ille Hotel on Monday noon. Me)
er Freedman will discuss the
"Dead Sea Scrolls" President is
Harry P. Ci hen
a program designed to expand the
home from 55 to 130 beds, and is
active in numerous civil groups,
including the Papanicoloau Cancer
Research Institute*, Jewish Home
for the Age i. Israel Bonds and the
Greater Miami Jewish federation.
In accepting the life member-
ship, Mrs Fine pledged her full
support of programs designed to
improve the fast growing Home,
which is the first ko>her home in
the South.
Mrs. Fine will be working close-
ly with Mrs Keiser and other
Home leaders on the annual din
ner to be held Mar 14 at the Fon
tainebleau.
The new addition to the Home
will include all ultra modern faci-
lities in a six-Story building ad-
jacent to the old building which
will be rebuilt. Mrs. Keiser said.
Beth Am Ladies
In Music Group
Sisterhood ot Temple Beth Am
newly formed music group plans
include monthly educational inert
legs and an evening musical.
Mi-- Barbara Gladsden, of the
Greater Miaou Opera Guild, will
nest speaker Tuesday, 10 a m .
at ine home of Mrs. David Gair,
;:: to sw 126th St. she will nar-
rate and illustrate with records oi
"Lakme," by Delibes, one oi the
two operas to be presented by the
opera Guild in Miami. Mrs.
Wayne Roberts is chairman of the
group.
Sisterhood, brunch will be held
in the Youth Lounge on Wednes-
day. Jan. 29. 10:30 a.m. All pro-
ceeds will be used to purchase
children'- honks for the library.
Program Will feature a book re-
view by Mrs Herbert Baumgard.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs Richard Alper and Mrs. Dan
Franco.
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'Wish National Fund Tag Day workers are Standing 0* to.jflgUM M "jjUjE
honored at a recent luncheon here. Seated haner, Soma Leibson. Ma Gluck Mrs Jacob
left to right) are Mesdames Tillie Buchner. D. Davis, chairman of Tag Day. and Miss
Fannie Werner. Molly Skell and Rose Marcus. Miriam Vernick.
Pioneer Women
Hold Meetings
.Mrs. Ida Liftman, president of
Club 2. Pioneer Women, will honor
. Ir. and Mrs. Nathan Bookspan on
ie3r 52nd anniversary Sunday. 6
m.. at the Royal Hungarian Res-
taurant, 731 Washington Ave.
Mrs. Abraham Shedroff is chair-
nan of the evening.
Joseph Horowitz will provide the
ntertainment, Mrs. Sadie Hubert
ill deliver the invocation, and
Council president, Mrs. Milton
i-reen, will be guest speaker.
i
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president of
lioneer Women. Club II. conduct-
ed a regular meeting on Mon-
ay evening at the Farband Cen-
tor, 842 Washington Ave. Mrs.
lilton Green. Council president,
thoved a collection of color
slides taken on her recent tour of
Israel.
O *!
Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president
of Club I. announces a luncheon
"as held on Wednesday noon at
'he Raleigh Hotel. Guest speak-
11 was Mrs. Milton Green.
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Kadimah Chapter was to hold a
jugular meeting on Thursday. Jan.
. 8 p.m., in the Coliseum. 1500
J'ouglas Rd., Coral Gables. Mrs.
lilton Green was to show a re-
lently-relcased film from Israel.
C-ames were to be played after the
nesting, according to Mrs. Jack
.-ills, president.
Club I held a luncheon on Mon-
By noon, at the Star Restaurant.
The event honored Mrs. Zelda
Liebman. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff
(haired the luncheon and one ol
v. lub II's members. Mrs Hilda
Nebo. entertained.
Mid-Winter Tea
Slated Jan. 22
Sisterhood of Temple Eniunu-EI
is busy planning for its mid-win-
ter tea honoring all life members.
The affair, to be held at the
Fontainebleau on Jan. 22. will tea-
I lure a special program. "We
Crown Our Life Members."
Mrs. Emil Morton is guest solo-
ist and will be accompanied by
! Prof. Jascha Fischerman. Dr.
'Irving Lehrman will deliver a
j special tribute to the life mem-
bers.
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Oriental Fashion
Show Slated
An Oriental fashion show and a
Chinese menu will be featured at
, luncheon meeting of the \\om
on-s Cancer League., of Miaaai
Beach on Friday, Jan. 17.
To be held at the House ol HOO,
1820 79th St. Causeway, the pres-
entation bv Miss Doreen Loh ol
ong Ko..,. will include sweaters
and accessories made in Hong
Kong and on display there in the
Teninsular and Hong Kong Hilton
Hotels.
Preceding the noon luncheon
Mrs. Jerome Rado. president, will
conduct a 10 a.m. fcwrd meeting.
Beth Moshe
Women in Party
Paid-up membership meeting ol
the Sisterhood of Congregation
Belli Moshe will be held on Mon-
day evening.
Program will be an original skit
written by Mrs. Burt Streit. Mus-
ical director is Mrs. Samuel Gray
-on. Following members will take
part:
Mesdames Bernard Jackson,
Bernard Konefsky, Jack Lampert,
Herb. Lelchuk, Jay Rand. Lester
Rosenthal, Stanley Tambor and
Sidney Shocn.
Mrs. Sidney I. Scho'en i- vice
president in charge of member
ship. Mrs. Simon April will give
the invocation.
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AHHABUU PRESS
Miami Girl Will
Vie in Contest j
Miss Annabelle Press, winner of
the Jeanie Audition conducted by
the Miami Beach Music Club, will
participate in the "Jeanie with
the Light Brown Hair" contest
held annually at the Stephen Fos-
ter Memorial in While Springs.
Fla.. on Feb. 15.
Contestants are judged for
voice, personality and beauty.
A music major at the Univer-
sity of Miami. 19-year-old Anna-
belle is a lyric soprano, as well
as a pianist.
She is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Paul 11 Press, ol 163U s.
Treasure Dr.
Mental Health
Forum Slated
Fourth Mental Health Forum,
sponsored jointly by National
Council of Jewish Women. Holly-,
wood Section, and Mental Health,
Association of Broward County, is
scheduled lor Wednesday, Jan. 22.'
Theme of the program to be
held at the South Florida State,
Hospital in Hollywood is "We are;
Interested in YouAre You?" Ad-
mission is free and registration
begins at 8:45 a.m. A snack bar
will be open from 10 to 3 p.m.
The program is divided into 12'
topics winch will include discus
sions on childhood, adolescence,
marriage, divorce, alcoholism, de-
pressions, tensions, the senior
citizen and mental health in fu-
ture years There will be a pro-
gram open only to teen-agers,
Special arrangements have been
made lor a tour ol some ol the
facilities of the South Florida
Stale Hospital,
All speakers and panelist- who
will participate in the forum are
leading exponents in the field ol
mental health.
Women's ORT
Garden Party
Miami Business and Profession !
al Chapter. Women's American i
ORT, is having its first gala at-1
fair, a membership garden party,
at the home of Mrs. Anna S. Kauf-
man. 1525 Normandy Dr.. on Sun
day from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m
Chairman of the afternoon,
which will feature entertainment
and refreshments, are Mrs. Kauf-,
man and Mrs. Sclma Resnick.
Ticket of admission is at least'
one new member.
Friday. January 10. 1964
Delegates to Report
Irving Seidel and Stanley Fried-
man Beth Torahs delegates to
the Jubilee convention of the fJmt
,d Svnagogue of America wn.r
port to the congregation at late
Friday evening services, .jjejc
gates will give a convention report.
Menorah Ladies
In Torah Month
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold a paid up membership party
celebrating Torah Month on Wed-
nesday, 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall.
Mrs. Herbert Kaplan, program
vice president, will present a dra
malic playlet. -The Key to the
Ark Cast members are Mrs
Joseph Feldman. Mrs. Herbert
Kaplan. Mrs Mayer Abramowitz.
Mrs Margaret Blisteta, Mrs. Ar-
lene Kaplan and Mrs. Arthur Jur-
kowitt. ,, v k
Background music will De d>
Cantor Edward Klein, with Selrrta
Glass at the piano.
Mrs Sam Belsky is Sisterhood
president.
Junior Auxiliary
Plans Luncheon
Mr>. Louis Bresler. chairman of
the luncheon to be held on Tu<-
a>. Jan. 21. in the Fontaine Room
of the Fontainbleau, reported tTiat
many reservations have already
been received at a committee
meeting in the home of Mrs.-Bart-
hold .1 Sirauss. president of the
Junior Auxiliary. Jewish Home
for the Aged.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be a musical program, with vocal
selections by Hose Byrum and
Sherwin F Levine, accompanied
by Sally Glass at the piano.
The luncheon is sponsored an-
nually by the organization to
raise funds for the Home.
Committee members serving
with Mrs. Besler and Mrs. Strauss
are Mrs. Joe LeNoble, ticket
chairman; Mrs. Joseph Epstein,
fund raising chairman; Mrs
George Israel, chairman of host
esses; Mrs. Sigmund Bostlcr.
chairman of prizes.
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delicate (Ml to dips and
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MRS. ETHEL SHOCHET
extends her deep appreciation
and gratitude
to her many, many friends for their
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Making final plans for "A Day at the Races" sponsored by
the Women's Divisions and parents of the Early Childhood
Development program on behalf of the YM and YWHA of
Greater Miami are (left to right) Mrs. Nathan Cynamon. Mrs.
Scmuel Gordon and Mrs. Louis Spindel, committee secretary.
'Day at Races' For T Program |
First program of the new year Mrs. Donald Reiff and Mrs. Earl
for the Women's Divisions and Lipnick. of the board and Early
narehta f the Early Childhood De- Childhood Development program
velopment program of the four at North County "Y;" Mrs. Jacob
branches of the YM and YWHA Katzman. Women's Division. Mi
of Greater Miami will be "A Day ami Beach MY;M Mrs. Teri Rose,
at the Races" next Wednesday at; Early Childhood Development pro-
Tropical Park. gram. Miami Beach "Y;M Dr
xt oimm. Jerome Denker. PTA chairman of
Co-chairmen are Mrs Solomon Southwcs, ..Y.. and Mrs Rlchard
Kann and Louis Wcchn,rai Board member,
committee members are the fol-
Beth David
Players Rehearse
The Beth David Players are now
in rehearsal for their annual pro-
duction, an original musical com-
edy entitled "Champagne Extra."
The musical concerns itself with
the trials and tribulations of two
competitive kosher caterers who
are up in arms over conflicting
catered affairs and dates.
Performances will be given on
two consecutive Saturday and Sun-
lay night, Jan. 18 and 19, and
Jan. 25 and 26. in Spector Hall at
Beth David Congregation, 2625
SW 3rd Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Reserv-
ed or general admission seats are
available at the synagogue office.
lowing:
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Mrs. Eugene Heiman, ECD pro-
Igram; and Sidney Oersh, presi-
dent. Young Adult Group, Miami
i "Y" Branch.
Each chairman has a sub-com-
mittee working to reach the goal
Vaudeville Show
Opens at Cinema
Jack Hilliard, top night club
| singing star and popular Broad-
way actor, was to headline the
new Yiddish-American vaudeville
show opening Thursday. Jan. 9, at
the Cinema Theatre on Washing-
ton Ave.
Coming from a road tour of the
hit comedy. "Come Blow Your
Horn," Hilliard will feature popu-
lar American and Yiddish song
hits during his engagement at the
Jinema.
Rounding out the full vaudeville
bill, Leon Schachter will present,
beginning Thursday, the techni-
color spectacle, "Esther and the
Xing." Starring Joan Collins, the
film will be shown at 1:30, 4:30,
7:30 and 10:30 p.m., with the
vaudeville show scheduled for 3.
j and 9 p.m.
Rube Idels, director of "Champagne Extra," an original mus-
ical comedy, to be presented in Beth David's Spector Hall
is pictured here with members of the cast Susie Hirsch, Lucille
Alterman, Stanley Bornstein and Bernie Hammersmith^
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Solo Viola: Victor Stern
Cowed Concerto lor:
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Brandeis Board
Meeting Slated j
Orientation board meeting ofi
he National Women's Committee
of Brandeis University, will be
held Friday. Jan. 17. 10 a.m.. at
the Imperial House. 5255 Collins
Ave.
Invitations have boon issued to
I ill now members to attend the
coffee meeting in order to meet
: members of the board and the of
I licers. as .'.oil as to become fami-
1 liar with the national and local
picture f the National Women's
Committee
Mrs, Samuel Goldman, presi
'out. will conduct the meeting,
Assisted by Mrs. Harry Orleans,
ice president in charge <>( mem
rship.
Joint Meeting
Set at Judea
Temple Judea Sisterhood and;
i Brotherhood plan a joint meeting
| on Wednesday evening, Jan. 15.;
i Topic of the meeting will be "Our
Youth TodayThe Joys and Prob- ]
lems."
Guest speakers will be Dr. Ir-j
'win Jacobs, psychiatrist; Dr. Ben
I Shepard, Juvenile Court Judge;
' and Glen Thomas, principal of
Wet Lab Elementary School
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will be
moderator.

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Friday, January IC, 1964
fKealm of Society
Wcrner-Kntiti
MRS. CURTIS SCHWARTZ
Noon Rites For
Bonnie Lovinger
A hish noon wedding on Sun-
day. Jan. 5. united the Inrmer1
Karon Bnrmie LnvinRor and Curtis
A. Schwartz, with Rabbi Eugene
Labovilz officiating.
For the \veddirg and reception
held at the Algiers Hotel, the
hride selected a pan de soie :un..
em l-roict creel in hand lace with
flnral pattern trimmed in. seed
pr?ris. MM carried baby white
orchids. Stic was attended byi
Mrs. Sandy Loringcr and Dawna
Pozn. honor attendants. Mary
Beth Marks ami Susan Milich
Dauber of Mr. and Mrs Wil
liam Lovinger. 1251 Normandy
Dr.. newlywcd Mrs. Schwartz is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High and attended the University
cl Miami. Her husband is a grad-
uate of North Miami Beach High.
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Milich. 28
NW liifilh St. Serving him as best
man was David Weinstein, with
Fred MuHer, King Lovinger and
Jerry Schwartz, ushers.
Honeymoon destination for the
clinic was San Juan. P.R.
tjjoeialifai bu KJsabcl C^//
Continued from Page 1-B
in New York City opposite Cen-
tral Park, are in their winter
quarters at the Hampshire Tow-
ers on Collins Ave. Rosen.
wife Miriam, and son Jonathan,
a student at Amherst College,
have still a third place to "hang
their chapeaux," a sprawling
home at Westport, Conn.
Miami Beach looks a little dil-
[i rent than it did in 1931, but it
remains the favorite winter vaca-
tion spot for Charles and Cora
R i ihal of New York who will
arrive at the Eden Roc in Jan-
uary for their 32nd annual win-
visit l<> the area. Mr. Rosen-
rove
thai, now 84. founded Riverside
Memorial Chapels just before
the turn of the century and was
subject of feature stories re-
cently in the New York Times
and New York Herald-Tribune
. Two years ago he made a
grant to Brandeis University tor
a new library wing While
here, the Rosenthals will be en-
tertained by Miami Beach
friencs, the Leonard Zilberts and
Abe Bisenbergs.
Friends of the late lensman,
Arthur Diegutz, receiving warm
thanks and the gratitude ol
Estelle, who came forward with
offers of blood and other assist-
ance in his final hours.
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Gail Harriet Lipson and Steven
Michael Wolf were married on
Sunday, Dee. 89, at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel, where a reception
and dinner followed the nuptials.
Officiating rabbi was Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman, and attendants to
the bride were Mrs. Robert Lip-
son, matron oi honor, the groom's
ister, Cynthia Wolf, maid of hon-
I. Patti Wolf. Roxanne Pallot,
Lirda Cooke and Susan Miller.
bridesmaids.
The bride's brother. Leslie Lip-
son, served a- best man. and
Charles Ardin, John Ratner, Cary
Greenberg and Henry Singer were
groomsmen.
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the newryweds will live in
Detroit, Mich., where the bride-
groom, an alumnus of Eastern
Michigan University, is attending
University of Detroit Dental
School. The bride, a graduate ot
Miami Bach High, will receive a
degree from Eastern Michigan
University in June.
Parents ,i the couple are Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard A, Lipson, 3828
Alton Rd and Mr. and Mrs. Mor
ril Wolf, ol Oak Park. Mich
Proceeds to Hebrew School
All proceeds from Congregation
Beth El Sisterhoods luncheon on
ruesday, 12:30 p.m., will be chan-
neled to the Hebrew School,
Names Added To Tree of Life
During regular services at Tern-
,le Beth Am on Friday evening.,
conducted by Rabbi Herbert,
Baumguard. the following names,
will be added to the Tree of Life
in the new Temple lobby:
Mr and Mrs. William Pallot.
Dr and Mrs. Irwin Perlmutter,
Mr. an3 Mrs. Philip Plaks. Ilr.|
qnd Mrs. Harold Pomerantz. Mr.
and Mrs. William Rafk'.nd, Mr.
ard Mrs. Milton Rappor', Mr. and
Mrs. Max Raskin.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Retken, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Revitz. Mr. and
Mrs. Sydney Robins, Mr md Mrs.
Wilfred Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Jem Id
Rosen. Dr. and Mrs Sigmtind
Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ros-
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Friday. January 10, 1964
+Jewisfi IfUrMirtn
Page 7-B
Afdmora
AIM. DONALD PAUL
Double Ring Riles
For Young, Paul
A family dinner at the Algiers
Hotel followed the wedding on
Sunday afternoon. Dec. 29. of
Ileline Jo Young and Donald
Bruce Paul. Double ring candle-
light ceremony at Temple Ner
Tamid was performed by Rabbi
Eugene Labovit/.
Parents of the couple are Mr
and Mrs. Raymond Young. 1323
West Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
rd Paul. 8350 Byron Ave. The
bride's maternal grandmother.
l\rrs. Bessie Glicken, ol Rochester,
N.Y.. and the bridegroom's grand
father, Hyman Stibnick. of Colum-
bia, S.C., attended the weeding.
For tl.e ceremony, carried out
against a background of gold,
white and moss green, the former
Miss Young wore a street-length
gown with short sleeves and scoop
ad neckline reembroidered with
applique lace. The fitted skirt
featured a puff in the back, and
the elbow-length French illusion
fell from a cloche. She earned
orchid's on the bridegroom's con-
firmation Bible.
Attendants were Carol Young,
the bride's sister, Ellen Glicken
and Andrea Bogen. Serving the
bridegroom as best man was his
brother, Alan Paul, with Joel Rif-
kin and Howard Glicken, ushers.
Young Mr. and Mrs. Paul, both
graduates of Miami Beach High,
are attending the University of
Florida.
'
Miss Abromowitz
Chooses Taffeta
Westnrooke Country Club was
Ihe setting for the wedding car-
id out ip blue and white which
i n it ed Mis Esther | Bunny)
Abromowitz and Mori .1. David on
i ".iv. Jan, 5.
Rabbi Samuel April officiated
l Hie late evening double ring
it'ptials. and tin- candlelight cere-
nony was followed by a recep-
ien and cocktail party at the
club.
The bride selected a traditional
floor length wedding gown of im-
por.ed taffeta, which featured a
fitted bod ie. scooped neckline and
'erg sleeves to wrist point. The
^healh skirt, with chantilly lace
appliques down the front, was
style' with a detachable train, and
the three-tiered French illusion
veil was held by a crystal crown.
She carried white orchid> and
stephanotis on a Bible.
Honor attendants were Mrs. Sid-
ney Stein. Miss Nancy Cold and
Mrs. Norman Ginsburg. Debbie
and Donna Epstein were junior
bridesmaids, Lou Ann Waters.
flower girl, and David Epstein,
ring bearer
Joseph Abromovitz, the bride's
brother, served as the bride-
groom's best man, and ushers
were Norman Ginsburg and Jeff
Greene.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Frank Abromowitz. 251
\w 33rd Ave.. ard granddaughter
:>l Mrs. Lazarus Cohen. Parents
of the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Davis HI. of Coral Gables.
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Friday, January 10, 1964
Millers Living In Coral Gables
CORN BREAD, EGGS, CRACKERS, GIBLETS AND FRIED ONIONS
That's the rcripe for "Mil KannerV famous stuffing according
Miz KannerV famous Cora. The traditional Marcclla and Aaron
K.-nner Orange Bowl BufiVt seems to grow larger each year and go
j z strong. It's now into the third generation. Watching the game
v :h their plates perched on their knees were Elinorc and City Coun-
i man Sidney Aronovitz. The Myers trio. Martha, Stanley and Ken-
r-th were hemoning the, fact that Judy and Dr. Arthur Gilbert had
1 miss the party. Along with the lox and bagel Judy served at son
irks bris was chicken pox from which she is just recovering.
-:ming through the big tent with its groaning bullet tables were
I ette jnd Leo Ackerman, Nola and Leo Eisenstein. Winnie and Leo
uiiken. Dotty and Leo Kaplan. Lucille and Arnold Seeder. Shirley
d Sam Hainan. Pat ar.d Marty Fine, Helen and Victor Behar. Lil
, d Charles Rosengarten, Edna Wolkowsky and her son. Judge and
rs. Milton Friedman. Mr. ar.d Mrs. David Hochberg, Mr. and Mrs.
u.n Fan. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner. and two look-alike- for
dge Irving Cypen, his y Lefcourt, Georgian and John Serbin, Gloria and Mel Muroll and
s. Shirley Greenfield and her mother. Mrs. Charles Greenfield,
re there too.
* + *
#T THE HELLERS
It was champagne at Diane and Daniel Neal Hellers to welcome
ev Dove:-. Consul General of Israel. Among guests were Rabbi
id Mrs Irving Lehrman. calm in the midst of places to go a mile
' ng, who gol a chance to see the baby. Douglas Paul. 16 month.> old.
( ute Sue Courshon had to leave her husband, Buddy, at home to mind
- e three youngstersSunday is a bad day for baby-sitters. Harry
- monhoff's Use had to stay home to play hostess to relatives. Then
eie were Jessie and Paul Light, the Milton Liebermans. Mayor and
r<. Melvin Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Topol, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
i lall Rufl and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Selevan among the guests troop
g in and out.

CPEN HOUSE
It was full up at the Dr. Samuel Gertman's house. Jessie plan-1
d an Open House while the boys were home on vacationPaul from
>hns Hopkins Medical School and Dick from Tulane. Susy hasn't
ijne away to school yet. She graduates next year. Among guests l
ere Dr. and Mrs Albert Hirsh, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Taves. Dr. and
Irs. Brvce Ryan, Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer, Mrs. C. A. Fascell, Dr. ,
nd Mrs. Rubin Rochind. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Porfiri, Miss Minnie
Feinberg, Beth and Harold Zeeman, Grace and Norman Tatar and
;>r. and Mrs. Gene Mann Among the young Gertman contemporaries
ere Johnny Baskin. Mire Zinner, Joel Rifkin and Joan Kohlenberg. .
* TALENT SHOW FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE
It was fun at Lottie and Emil Morton's house on New Year's Eve. j
5 m David was in charge of photographyhe had the best time tak-
ig pictures and movies. Son Peter was in charge of music, and
ow he can play the piano! There was a talent show with all kinds of ]
rizes. Sam Halperin's wife. Leona, got first prize for just sitting
till and looking so pretty. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
^here. Mr and Mrs. Jack Cainer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman, Dr.
nd Mrs. William Wickman. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Janis. Mr. and Mrs,
Morris Lapidus and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton.
* *
i. HAPPY HOUR
Only out in Miami Shores do they have what they call "A Hap
v Hour."' This one was at the home of Del and Raymond Rubin, and
' was some happy. Dels son. Harlan Lane, who is a professor at Mich-
igan, came down with a colleague, Daryl Bern, to write a syllabus on
he college course he is teaching. As fast as the pages were finished,
Del whisked them away to a public sentographer. When the manu-
cript was finally mailed a', three o'clock in the morning at the airport, I
Del decided "A Happy Hour" was needed. Among guests being hap-
>y were Lucy and Irwin Kuntz, Milicent and Leonard Beldner. Flor-
ence and Harry Markowitz, Jtan and Harvey Fleishman and Shirley
;nd Herbert Joseph. Dels brother, Sidney Gelt, was here from New-
York mil. big business, he was on long distance wire most of the time.
AT THE RIGHT TIME
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldstein, of Asheville, N.C., came to
.liami just at the right thne of year for Georgia and William I. Ben-
ner to have a New Year's dinner party in their honor. Champagne
ind a sprig of mistletoe set the background for a wonderful even-
ng. Among guests were Ann and Ted Bermaa, Jeannette and Milton
Jadden, Dorothy and Edwin Oppenhcim. Florence and Sidney Lewis
Md Mrs. Theodore Chertok.
* *
=OOTBALLWHEN WILL IT END?
It was a football brunch at the home of Dr. Richard and Sue
rle'fman Sue had baited until the wee small hours of the morning I
wit Richard seemed to think the guests would enjoy the champagne
nore. Among guests, each rooting for their favorite teams were
Dr. and Mrs. Macey KeyeE, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Liebling, Dr and!
Mrs. Harry Graf, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alman, Mr. and Mrs Al
-ison and Mr. Ben Helfman, of New York City.
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Morris Gidney was fifty years old; his father Ben was eighty To
ether it made a wonderful reason for Morris' wife, Mildred to have !
i birthday celebration at the Famous Restaurant. The Gidney "iris I
were glad that it was vacation time so that they could be there Mar-
sha from Ohio State and Marilyn from Boston University. (Truth to
tell they both would have ilown in anyway, all past performances con-'
sidered.) Mark still keeps his mother in PTA work. The Larry Kram-'
tners and their family and Mrs. Betty Finegold and Mrs. Ben Gidney
joined in singing "Happy Birthday."
Newly married Mr. and
Michael L. Miller, now living
45 Calabria. Coral Gables, are
planning an extended honeymoon
in Mexico next summer.
Ceremony uniting the former
Ina Claire Flashner and Mr. Miller merbund.
was held at the Raleigh House in j nCckline.
Elizabeth Phillips
To Wed Dentist
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Phillips, 18
Samana Dr.. Bay Heights, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Elizabeth Mariana.
Dr. Joel Louis Rauchbcrg,
ark. N.J.
Miss Phillips is a graduate ot
Miami Senior High and attended
the University of Florida and Le
Mesnil in Switzerland. She was
Mrs.'Detroit. Mich., where a "***
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'ert Syme performed the Dec. 26
nuptials,^ --**' .. a
The bride's gown was fashioned
of silk brocade with a satin cum-
It featured a jeweled
ong sleeves and a Wat-
teau train. The headpiece was
created of a Cleopatra crown with
a sparkle illusion veil.
Members of the bridal party in-
cluded Mrs. Doris Krause. the
brides sister; best man Ronnie
Miller, the bridegroom's brother;
Marcv Miller and Gary Miller, sis
ler and brother of the groom.
Parents ot the newly-married
couple are Mr. and Mrs. John
Flashner, Oak Park. Mich., and
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller. 10021
E. Broadview Dr. Bay Harbor
Island.
Both graduates ol tin- I niver-
sity of Miami, the bride has a de-
gree in elementary education and
the bridegroom's degree is in ac-
counting. He served as president
of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and
is a member ol I.F.C Council.
Mrs. Miller was Sweetheart of Phi
Epsilon Pi and belong: to A ws
Council.
to
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lVern**r-Kalin
MISS ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon
Sorority and is a graduate of
Temple University School of Oral
Hygiene
Dr. Rauchberg is the son of
Mrs. Eleanor Rauchberg and the
late Abraham Rauchberg. He
graduated from Weequahic High
School. Newark, attended Lafay-
ette College and Albright College,
where he received his BS degree.
After graduating from Temple
University School of Dentistry,
where his fraternity was Alpha
Omega. Or Rauchberg served two
years as a captain in the United
States Air Force.
A March wedding is planned
The former Brona F. Coh
George A. Newman exchanged
marriage vows on Sunday, Dec.
l'2. at Temple Beth Shirah, with
Rabbi Morn- Skop officiating. A
reception at the Temple followed
the ceremony.
The bride i< the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Max Cohen, 30 Malaga
Ave. Serving as her maid of hon-
or was Karen Kanter
Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr, and Mrs Paul Newman. 217
Sarto Ave Best man was Arthur
Shorago.
Now teaching at Henry H. Filer
Junior High. Mrs. Newman is a
graduate of the University of Flor-
ida and earned a Master's de-
c at the University of Miami
ller husband attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and served for three
years In the Coast Guard,
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::t;7i sw 23rd St.
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THE Hebrew Academy of Great
er Miami held its 16th an
nual I :i"lar*hip dinner Sunday
m^ht .;t tin- Deauville Hotel.
x\her< .lacob C. Coheh was guest
<>i hi r.
Mrs. Louis Merwitzer. whose
husband is pre-i ent of the Acad-
emy, .hose ,i honey bi'igc silk
with I )niatur.' satin applique- in
guomi rie patterns. A pink alen-
con laci -- worn by Mrs Sam
| uel } nhard. and pink was also
the '. .'l- Choice of Mrs. Ales
ai d< iross, wife of the pnn
she A .. m >al i .1 peau de sole
Ml Herman Wouk's gown
featt .i a warped punt ol black,
rust d gold mi French -nun
\n,,' French original was
Aiirr -y Mr.v Norman N Sha
piro The embossed blaek -ilk
teal a -mall flat bow on the
front the waist skimming over-
blousi and interesting baek de-
tail. Irs. Irving Lchrman top
pel r black silk crepe and
chili with a velvet sequine 1
jacki A full-length white silk
broci e gov. n and a tiara in her
hair gave Mrs. Solomon Schiff a
glamorous look for the evening.
in the embossed brocade worn
by Mrs. Max Schreiber. A soft-
ly tailored jacket covered the se-
quined bodice of her sheath.
Wife of the guest artist. Mrs.
Myron Cohen, was in a long-
sleeved black chiffon.
Mrs. Joseph Cohen's black
chantilly lace was reembroider-
ed with a black metallic import-
ed fabric and trimmed with jet
tear-drop crystals. White silk
brocade was the fabric in the
sheath and theatre coat ensem-
ble worn by Mrs. Ben Binder.
Porcelain blue satin with full
lergth panniers was Mrs. Harry
Genet's choice for the evening.
Mrs. Samuel Cohen wore a white
satin sbcath with silver lined
bugle^-and caviec Noartii -*nd
pearl tear-drops encrusting her
bodice. A three-piece iced blue
peau de soie ensemble was worn
by Mrs. Wolfie Cohen. It was
composed of a sheath skirt, fit-
ted overblouse and semi-tailor-
ed, hip-length jacket.
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Maurice Revitz. and his wife
was gowned in a black satin
skirt and sequin covered
sleeveless overblouse. Mis. Tib-
er Stern's lloor-length formal
was turquoise peau de soie cov-
ered with silver-lined bugle
bead- and iridescent sequins.
Black peau de soie heavily en-
crusted with blaik cavier beads
and -<-<|n n- was worn by Mrs
Shepard Broa I. Her pencil-slim
sheath had a casual fitting
sleeveless o*. erblouse
Mrs Henrj Caro peacock
blue chiffon followed the char-l
acteristic draped line- of chif-
fon over the decollete bodice and
full skirt. A vide, sell -covered
belt encircled her waist Mrs
Samuel Rosner, PTA president,
chose black with ballooned Chif-
fon sleeves. Her high-cowled
neckline dipped low in back
White peau de soie in floor-
length elegance was worn by
Mrs. Joseph Schlang. Iced lem-
on covered with semi-circular
draped bugle beads created her
bodice.
Musical director of the Acad-
emy. Miriam Donnerstag, chose j
a gown in soft aqua colored silk |
organza with full, flowing pan-:
iners in back. Mrs. Herbert
Berger black peau de soie fea-l
tured Hocked lace over the high-
necked bodice. Lipstick red was
Mrs, Matthew Zuckerman's se-
lection in her thnje-piece en-
semble. The peau de soie sheath
skirt and hip-length jacket were
coordinated with a matching
Colored chantilly lace blouse
MRS. Melvin Richard chose a
black silk Sheath with clus-
ters of jet cavier beads at the
Cooped neckline. Both the black
sheath and matching coat worn
by Mrs. Marvin Schreiber had
high rounded necklines, Calusa
coral and gold were combined
Brenner, Drew
Plan Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. William Brenner,
of Miami Beach, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Eliz-
abeth Jane, to J. Patterson Drew,
.-on of John J. Drew, of New York
City, and the late Mrs. Drew.
Both Mi-s Brenner and her
fiance are residents of Washing-
ton, D.C.
| Mis- Brenner graduated from
Wellesley College, where she was
lected to Phi Beta Kappa. She
is currently a senior writer for
( ongressional Quarterly News Ser-
\ ice in Washington,
Mr. Drew i- a graduate of Notre
Iiame University and Columbia
University Law School. He is an
attorney wit'i the Agency for In-
ternational Development, Depart-
ment "I St.Me
Following an April wedding the
touplc will live in Washington,
islander's ORT
Meets Tuesday
[slander's Chapter of Women's
American ORT will meet on TUOS-
lay. it a.m.. in the Ocean Lounge
.f the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Frances Thomas will read palms
and demonstrate "Do it Your-
-elf" palm reading.
Mrs. Margaret Newman Stearn
s program chairman, and in
charge of reservations is Mrs. Ben
Israel.
Merwitzers Tell
Marjories Troth
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merwitzer,
of Miami Beach, formerly of Pitts-
burgh, announce the engagement
Of thei' daughter, Marjorie Sue,
to Richard Katz.
A junior at Pennsylvania State
University, the bride-elect is af-
filiated with Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority. Her fiance, now sale*
manager for the K-Food Product*
Co., Inc., attended Miami Univer-
sity in Ohio and graduated from
the University of Pittsburgh.
Parents of the prospective
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
David Katz. of Pittsburgh.
MISS ELIZABETH BRENNER
Gables Lodge
Plans Installation
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officers on Monday evening, 7:45
p.m.. at the lodge hall, 31 Valen-
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Officers to be installed are wor-
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sell; senior warden. Henry F.
Porterfield; junior warden. Ger-
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Junior deacon, Allen Brake;
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Novelist Wouk Sees Return to Jewish Tradition
By LEO MINDLIN
Judaism is the key to my
ite and my work and my fa in-
ly," Pulitzer Prize-winning nov-
lisl Her- an Wouk told an au-
liencc of some 1.000 persons
aathere.1 ;tt the 16th annual din-
ner meeting of the Hebrew Acad-
my on Sunday ;it the Deauville
lotel.
The noted author of such
looks as "Caine Mutiny," "Mar-
orie Morningstar," "This is My
God" and 'Youngblood Hawk"
ainc to Miami Beach from his
Virgin Islands home to speak at
he function in honor of Jacob
Cohen.
In his address, Wouk declar-
ed that "25 years ago, the
thought of a Hebrew Acad-
emy in the United States would
be untenable." The renowned
author said that "there was a
flight from Judaism, when
Horowitz became Harvey, Coh-
en turned to Quinn, and Stein
felt he might do much better
as Stevens."
There is an awakening in the
Tewish community today, he
old the Hebrew Academy gath-
ring, "We can not be sure how
leep it goes or how far it goes.
3ut that it exists is a fact best
lemonstrated by your being here
onight."
The school itself, the Hebrew
\cademy, Wouk d e c 1 a red.
"proves the awakening."
He explained the flight from
Fudaism as "a great drive Ol
lews set free in a world to seize
HERMAN WOUK
magnet that draws us
Vocabulary 'Bee' Regulations Told
Regulations for the annual He
. ew Vocabulary Bee have been
istributed to all Jewish schools
1 Greater Miami and Hollywood.
ccording to an announcement by
jjseph Cohen, presid-nt ot the
i ureau of Jewish Education.
Objectiw of the "Bee" i- to de-
lop standard word rorms an i
? ebrew vocabulary worn hsis.
hich will be mandatory in an
Hebrew departments ot Jewish
-jhools. Registrations lor school
: articipation call for the use of
quired word ftsts publi-hed by
ie Bureau of Jewish Education
r the early years in elementary
ades.
The vocabulary "Bee" calis for
articipation of grades 2, 3 and 4
3 all schools during the month
I' January and intra-school con-
!Sta to determine the school
lampions of the three grades in-
ulved. Regulations of the con-
st place the maximum age of 13.
o school winner will be recog-
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minimum written test administer-
I in each school by the Bureau.
On Monday. Feb. 17, the annual
Hebrew dcmonsiralion by eham-
, ions of all schools will be held
;ii Temple Emanu-El. North School
Building, when prizes will be
awarded to all champions after the
general demonstration of Hebrew
achievement. At the same meet-
ing, prizes will be awarded to win-
ners of the Bureau"s annual Es-
say-Art Contest, co-sponsored this
year by the Bureau and the Flori
da Department of the Jewish War
Veterans.
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First meeting of the new year
for Farband. Ben-Gurion Branch,
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President Max Astor, conducting
the agenda.
Manuel Burstein. vice president,
and William Beckwith. financial
secretary, delegates to the recent
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opportunities they never had.
and to belong as swiftly as they
could to the magic land, where
the chanCe to achieve seemed
unlimited."
For this reason, he said, "our
anclenl tradition, lived and spok-
en in two tongues, seemed a
clog to the attainment of our
ambition. We resented it. and
we dropped it"
The noted novelist confessed
that "I too suffered from it,"
adding that "it took me ten
years of my adult life, once I
decided being a Jew was a
good thir.g and not a bad one,
to reach the point where my
son will be when he gets out
of ninth grade at the Hebrew
Academy."
His reference was to his son,
Nathaniel, a student at the
Academy, who took part in the
Sunday night program.
"And my son will be able to
do at 14." he said, "to read a
Blatt Gomorrah, what I accom-
plished at 34 only by the great-
est exertion."
The massive return, Wouk said.
"is still occurring, and the end
is not yet seen. Much of this.
I believe stems from the catas-
trophe of Hitler an.l the miracle
ot Israel."
The flight from Judaism, he
said, involved more than the
need to participate in America's
material challenge
The flight from Judaism, he
noted, "came from the old ral-
lying cry of 'Let us be like every.
one else.' Jews wanted to knock
down the hateful ghetto walls.
and could do it best, they felt.
as Harveys and Stevenses,
"But after we made a place
for ourselves, after we met and
conquered the challenge of
material America, we discov-
ered that the real Harveys
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and Stevenses had a back-
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which they were,, genuinely
proud.
Said Wouk The fake liar
veys were they suddenly realia
ed, a dynamic zero, with noth-
ing but their driving energj
"Now we have learned." he
declared, "that even American
takes pride in the background
from which he springs. -Now <
have learned that to be like
everyone else is to be cifferent.
Neither did we have anything
to be ashamed of. our back-
ground "as not Johnny-come-
lately. We were the People of
the Book. The words we ignor
ed, the tradition that embarrass-
ed us. were the words and the
tradition upon which 900 million
Christians and 400 million Mo-
hammedans base their faith
around the world All these
ideologies, unthinkable except
as standing on the shoulders of
our heritage, found nothing to.J
Le ashamed of in it.
And suddenly, neither did
we," ...Id***Vnk. "ho observrd
that "ours is the longest history
i I all oil eartha history that
h;i> survived in the i*sfH**xm. .
years ol impossible conditions "
According to the noted author.
This i- the magnet that now
draws us hack to Judaism.' It
is this, he said, "that has. you
support this Hebrew Academy."
Praising the Aca&'emy "at
ore of the few outstanding such
institutions in the nation,"
Wouk declared: "My faith is
that the Torah that strvived
from the Talmudic era through
the generations of the ghetto
will l?o survive into Hie 7lst
century as the Torah ot Motet.
"In a world torn by the ten-
sions to which our children are
today exposed, it IS Jewish cen
ters of learning such as the He-
brew Academy that will prepare
them to carry our sacred Torah
into the future."
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Mizrachi Dinner at Deauville Jan. 19
To Honor Beach Councilman Galbut
Mi/rachi Hapool Hamizrachi
Will hold a dinner on Jan. 19 at
the Deauville Hotel.
Sol Kashin, chairman of the
iloc.il organization, said Miami
Jlravh City Councilman Hyman P.
Kialbut will be honored at the
< t which is scheduled to begin I RregatlOD; an.l Emanucl L'ngar.
X\ith a. reception at 5 p.m.. to be) Voting Israel of Greater Miami.
l|.,llowed by a dinner at 6. s,..,,.,> .., ,hl. ,|in..,- .,,. >. .....
This year's dinner will mark th
Ueth Tfilah Congregation; Morris,
Moskowits, Beth Jacob Congrega
Ition; Joe Zalis, Beth El Congre-
gation; Jerry Schechtcr, Beth Is-!
rael Congregation; Morris Stein-
bock, Etz Chaim Congregation;
Milton Kahn. Kneseth Israel Con-:
MUiuni. Irvine Allan, Ali<> Artn.fi.
Murra) Ui-rkowllx, IMillip Iterkowita,
.1 [-..in.- 111. ii,. n |,|. i. MoiriM l:i, in nf-Ul,
Mr.-. Anna Ulock. Ilyinnn Cnalincr,
Abe Chlil. Luuia Clincnt, Jacob Co-
in ii. .!.-. i-ii iv.i, ii. Rev. H. Cooper,
Abraham I'luu, IjouIb I'uliliii. Abe
--.i--in" iv. i h. i-:i-. n-i. in. MvrriH
t-'rank, Morrta I .'iedmitn. I'mii a lial-
'>>. Mi.-. Samuel li.'Umi. Iliirrj
'i-ii. i. linn Oilman, Nathan cstna-
burg, '" (lluokuvskj, Maurice GoM-
rlng, JiiHf|ih dupxhor, Jacob c:.....Iiu.ni,
ii-ni'\ <.r..iMi;in, Mogoa J. Uruiulwai^i
Abraham H. Iruphui,
r. Aaron Unban, l >r. Donald
Kuan, iit-v. Jack Kate, lUn KadueMn,
Ih.-..|i Kaufman, Zfcv w. Koaan, isl-
ilor Ki.uii. i. Rabbi Bugene Labovlta,
i H l.. in. r, l M ii win Makovaky,
i uii Makovaky, William Mechanic;,
lte David Until, II, in> I', in h..nsk>,
Abraham I'op|.<-r, Saul Poruah, Man
Kappapuri, Itaj lledman, Samuel
iCt'iiiiiarct, Harry Roaen, Harry K"*cn-i
bary, Murray Roaenbers, MorriM Kack^iman, J. SSoldan, Leonard SSllbert, l
Meyer baukron, llev. II. .1. fteim, IM. M. Zuckernutn.
S.illl Srllai-llllii. M'.rris Srhurlit,: .
Habbi Dr. isaac llirsh Ev<
Canti r Abraham Self, Aba Khafron,
.Mr-. JU.uu.S liajiqU i, .1. Ijy_.-i.lni.ni|;i.
lit v. .! i-ii Pnapiio. 'in- Rpuw, win-
iii > si*-s l. MtcnaeJ Hoaaln, Morrlf
WaTdtlUU), ."-aiu W'al'linall, lleiij.wn i n
uvismaii. Herman Welntranb, Harrj
spiritual leader of Agudath I
rael Hebrc.v Institute, is publici
chairman.
Greene Seeking Commission Seat
Rep. Pepper to be Principal Speaker
*'j;^S Beach Zionists Slate Installation;
Honorary chairman of the fiinc
n here is Max Jlecht, president I
Miami Beach Chapter. Co.'
Ben Ciller will be installed
president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District in dinner dance
ceremonies Sunday evening at the
Deauville Hotel.
The function will start with a
cocktail party at 6 p.m.. to be fol-
lowed by dinner at 6:30 In the Na-
poleon Boom.
Iliairmcn are Hev. Solomon Coop-
Itev. Joseph Krantr, Jack Ci-.
i r.t, Louis Dublin, Ely Fechman,
ilton Kahan, I. B. Kramer. Louis,
rwitzer, Sol Kashin and Phillip
I-rael Stars for 1963 presented by
the Greater Miami Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America.
Rabbinical
Committee: Rabbi
U.inovilz. Rabbi Jonah E.
Jplan, Rabbi Dr. Isaac llirsh
Rabbi Alexander Gross,
lobi Morris L. Horovitz, Habbi
l.\ Lipschitz. Rabbi Joseph E.'
|ckovsky, Rabbi David Lehr-I
jld, Rabbi H. Louis Kottman.
kbhi Solomon Schlff, Rabbi Sher-I
|n Stauber and Rabbi Tibor H.
fern,
Synagogue representatives are
Ilium Cohen, Agudath Israel
thrcu Institute; Jack Ciment.
,
BEN CILLER
U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper will
be guest speaker at the function
also scheduling the installation
of the following officers: Abra-
ham Grunhuf, Joseph Mechlow,
1 Julius Rosenstein, William Smith
and William Silverstein, vice
presidents, Herman Weintraub,
treasurer; Joseph Alter, co-
treasurer.
Louis Rab nnvitz, recording and
financial secretary; Josh Rephun.
chairman of the board; Herman
Wilson, corresponding secretary;
and Joseph Meyers, comptroller.
William Smith and Wiiliam Sil-
vterstein are co-chairmen of the
event, which will feature a musi-
cal program arranged by Asako
Tomita. Esther Barrett will be:
;it the piano. Miss Tomita is a
Japanese singer, currently study-
ing for a Master's degree in music
at the University of Miami. Her
presentation will include Israeli.
Yiddish and international songs.
Ciller, Miami Beach civic lead-
er, banker and builder, has lived
here since 1934. He is a senior
vice president <>i Washington Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion, founder of the Ciller and
Iryd Construction Co., and a past
president of the Florida State
Apartment Association.
He is also a past president of
the Miami Beach Apartment Own-
ers Association. Biscayne Point J
Home Owners Association, and
was chairman of the Cavalcade of I
Toastmaster at the Sunday
function will be Metro Commis-
sioner Judge Harold Spaet, a
past president of the district,
and Albert E. Ossip, chairman
of the Greater Miami ZOA Pres-
idents Council. Julius J. Rosen-
stein, a vice president of the
district, will lead the singing
of the national anthems.
Bnard members to he installed
along with the officers at the
Sunday event inclu te
William Amnnove, Jhok AIi xanib-r
' :'li AiiiIrk, Juki pli \h, He man
Baxen, Leonard Hair, Judw- Jnmm
Ib-rkman, II i Itlmli r, Charlm I "hai -
i owak) .1;,|, i .ii, ,1. Nathan I >ar-
aky, JiiiIk. Mil Knalander. '/.vl I', in-
-i-iii. Jnaridi I'i'i.. Jacnh r rlxliman.
Sam l-'ri.-liii..,-.. Ha rj I iclii I, Isidore
imMberar, MaiuUn CidilriiiK, llavld
' 'ihiian.
I>a\ii| (iooduin, .lark (Surdoii !..-.
SnnYrn>a, li, ;..!,,. ,,i. i; ,i,i,(
\l, \iinili i iii... -. Mow > .1 Hi unilwi i it,
I" Jost-ph Harria, II. rb< ii l. ll.lk.n,
l y Heller, I'- svn., ||. man, > ,|
Ki nholji, Rnbbl I....11 Kr n-h. I '1
at-v K"I"ii. I'anl Kwitm-.v, Sam l..i. h
man, \i 1., 1 a.wlta,
l>" Ii V Ills I.. Irman. I..
'Hi.- I>i Mill m l.ubarr, llai 1
I. Joxcpli Mai.....lomph M.c-h-
Inw, 1...a:- Mvru-itxvr, Kenneth oka
Al -!. viln 1 1; osalp, 1..>..,,!,
I'ardo, Mi- 11 r> I'latnlf, 1
Kalilil J.. -. 1.i 1
i-: Rackovxk si'ln.. Ravm.....I Sam-
uel Relnhiuil, Jacob Rlfkln,
un.
i"-' i'1' RtMM Ma\ i:.-- 11, 1......lard j
1. Sa 11 Id nki inz. 1: inn u
Hoih, \l- Itubin, luiymond 1:
Mi hanii] Itudd] Jin uh .-. Ii lehter
lr\ina .- hatsm.in, Abiah 11 Chafer, |
!- ri 1 .-. ii. nan, Ui \ s. Iini idman,
H 1: s.liii nix, Harulii .1 Segal, Har-
old Shapiro,
Al Shi m an, Kiln > pri I man,
Mli hai I R -i'i Judge 11.: old Snai '.
Jimeiih Spar, l>r. William Stander,
Mr S Montacue Stone, Philip P
Thau, David l.. Trnak. Jullua Tru.-hin,
Theodore Truahln, MoitIh SValilman,
\at. Waldman, 1 >r. Abraham Wolf.
.-mi. B< 11 Zii umiinil
Calling lor an "end to political
sectionalism and increased dignity
on the County Commission," Har-
old A. Greene, candidate for coun-
ty commission in District 1, has
opened campaign headquarters at
^009 NE 163rd St.
The 37-year-old attorney told a
crowd of some 150 persons that
"the Metropolitan form of Gov-
ernment must succeed if Dade
County is to progress as it should
and can.
"You, the voters, made clear
what you wanted six years ago
when you elected the Metro sys-
tem," Greene told his supporters,
"and it's about time you got what
you asked lor then.
"The new county commission
must have men of broad vision
ard the courage to act. The new
commission must be willing to
discard archaic thinking and
mi A accept new methods and
new thinkirg aimed to our fu-
ture, rot our past," Greene
continued.
Greene, a native New Yorker
who came lo Dade County in 1939
with his family, attended .Miami
Beach Junior and Senior High
Schools. He i.> a Navy veteran
and a gra uate of the University
of Miami Law School.
Married to the former Lois Heil-
bronner. the Greene family now
, includes three children. Th
I live in .North Miami Beach. Mr
1 Greene is a vice president of N
I tional Council of Jewish Wome
1 Shores Division.
An active civic worker, Gree:
has served in many organization
He is past president of Temp -
' Sinai of North Dade.
He is vice president of t.
YMHA, a member of the Gret
ieT Miami YMHA Executive Boa1
and vice president of the Union
American Hebrew Congregatio
of Southeas' Florida.
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Friday. January 10
\
Rabbi Tibor Stern (third from left) presents a copy of his new-
est scholarly work on the Kaballah to Jacob Cohen at special
dedication ceremonies here. Looking on are Rabbi Joseph
Kahanenam (left) and Sam Cohen, son of the noted hotelman
and philanthropis*-
Book on Kaballah By Rabbi Stern
'Lakme' Slated
To Open Here
Paris Opera star Mile. Mady
Mesple, who will sing the title
role in the Opera Guild's perform-
nces of Delibes' "Lakme." will
wear a magnificent sari, designed
and made in Paris.
Richly hand embroidered -in
many colors, and set with precious
nones, the costume is insured for
thousands of dollars, and will be
seen for the first time by Miami
opera-goers.
Lakme,*' a romantic tragedy in
hree acts, will be presented Jan
'0 and 25 in Dade County Auditor
urn. and on Jan. 22 in Miami
Beach Auditorium Tickets are on
sale at Burdine's downtown store,
at both auditorium box offices,
and at the Opera Guild.
Other leading roles in the opera
will be taken by tenor Alain Van-
zo and baritone Gabriel Bacquier.
All will jet to Miami directly from
Paris.
Dr. Emerson Buckley will con-
duct all performances.
Beth El Sisterhood
Regular monthly luncheon and
card party, sponsored by Sister-
hood of Congregation Beth El. will
be held on Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. in
Dora August Hall Hostesses are
Mrs Abe Pepper. Mrs. Jennie
Solinger. Mrs. Joe Kotcnberg.
Mrs Jacob Kahn. Mrs. Harry Per
soniic. and Mrs. Anna Rosenblitt.
January- 10v4j6l |
to Benefit f
Open Forum Set
At Beth Shirah
Formal classes to be followed
by an Open Forum on "Origin of
Jewish Customs and Ceremonies"
will open at Beth Shirah. 7500
S\V I20t!l St., on Monday at 8 p.m.
Classes will be held in "Begin
iid's Hebrew." "Advanced BibU
Study," "Jewish Arts and Crafts."
Jewish Music" and 'Selections
from the Talmud and Midrash."
Rabbi Morris A Skop will di-
rect the Open Forum following Ihe
class sessions and introduce a
-cries of guest speakers on "Va-
rieties of Jewish Practice Today"
Circus
Children's Center
Here qt Opener
The Greatest Show on Earth
coming to town, and the Children
Center has it.
First performance of Km
Bros. Barnum and Bailey Ore
on Thursday evening, Jan. 16
for the sole benefit of the Ch|
dren's Center which provides
vices for children handicappl
emotionally Show time at t|
Miami Beach Convention Hall
8 p.m.
Tickets for the performance m
be purchased through the (hj
dren's Center. 700 NW Lejpu
Rd.
Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mr;,. Phylfe J
Pollak. Mr. and Mrs Dan Do *
bin. Mrs. Harry Smith. Mr-^j<.-
herl Kearn and Mrs. Ida Bof
1 ft
First book on Kaballah publish
ed in the United States was of-
ficially presented at a solemn
dedication ceremony at the Cor-
onet Hotel.
The book, of 270 pages, written
in Hebrew, is the work of Rab-
bi Tibor H. Stern, author of many-
scholarly works. The book, "The
Emanation of Light," deals in the
highest form of Kaballistic study
and theoretic physics.
The dedication ceremonies fea-
tured internationally noted rabbis
and scholars, including the dean:
of the Israel Rabbinate, rector of
the world-famous network of in-
stitutions in the city of B'nai
B'rak, Rabbi Joseph Kahanenam,
known as the Poniviser Rov.
Participating in behalf of the
Union of the Orthodox Rabbis
of the United States and Can-
ada was the president of the
world body, Rabbi Pinchas Teiti,
of Elizabeth, N.J.
Chairman of the evening was
William Kasenetz, of Great Neck,
L.I., son-in-iav. of Jacob C. Cohen,
Mell-known philanthropist.
The bonk was dedicated to Dora
Cohen, his deceased wife. Rabbi
Stern officiated at the dedication
ceremonies presenting the book to
Mr. Cohen.
Also participating were his chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mr,
and Mrs. L. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs
Jack Turkish, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Kasenetz and Mrs. Sophie
Rcsnick, who received autograph-
ed copies.
Adult Education Classes
The second series of Temple
Emanu-El Sisterhood's adult edu-
cation classes began this week.
Classes are offered both in the
morning for women only and in
the evening for men and women.
On Jan. 29. the Book Review Ser-
ies commences. First review by
Dr. Irving Lehrman will be James
Michener's "Caravans."
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Virginia Booker Slated
Virginia Brooker, Weat^ier GirJ.
a ho appears daily on Channel 10.
vill be guest speaker at the Bay
Chapjer. Women's .American ORT
luncheon meeting In the Cabaret
Room of. Tony;s, Fisb Market pp
Tuesday noon. .Mrs. Estelle Tisch-
ler is program chairman Mrs.
Stanley Phillips is chapter presi-
dent.
on 4
BARNtTJ MKSKIN
eskin Slated
Concert Here
httt Breeskin, conductor of
[miiii Beach Symphony Or-
and noted violinist, will
-mis at the filth an-
Miit sponsored b> Tern-
ti Tamid.
[event will be held Jan. 18.
[in- to Mrs Louis Gold and
|.i >-i I'M Schwartz, co-chair-
the Ticket Coljwiiittee.
tl
Posner. chairman ol the con-
slid that "the program will
iature NapJteOl), Reed in a
bin- of opepB. folk songs
threw melodies,1
aired with Bjreskin and
jill be Cantor Siul 11. Breeh.
Tamid. and Jpyee Farber.
jura soprano.
North County T
Installs Officers
North County YMHA Senior Cit-
izens Friendship Club will hold its
annual installation of officers on
Tuesday evening at the "Y,"
14036 N'E 6th Ave.
Newly-elected officers for the
1963 program year will be install-
ed by Efraitn H. Gale, executive
director of the YM and YWHA of
Greater Miami.
To be installed are Isidore
Hirsch. president; Mrs. Sarah
Madison, first vice president; Mrs.
Stella Klein, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs Kaye Kimmel, record-
ing secretary; Mrs. Jeanette Lev-
in, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Celia Reich, social secretary; Wil-
liam Debin. treasurer; Bill Kim-
mel. sergeant at arms; and Ben
Salk. chaplain.
Gershwin Auxiliary
Auxiliary of George
tin Knights of Pythias
pill hold a special meeting
Bday evening at Hibiscus
to make plans for a
art party Jan. 20. An open
-fission, led by Mrs. Mil
Iwitz on "Should a Woman
lent of the United States."
:BIRTHDAZE :
Daughter. Jill, was born Jan.
5 at Mt. Sinai Hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Fallck, 79oo Crespj
Blvd.. who also have a son, 18
month-old JefJ. Father, insurance
executive, recently became a
member ot the Million Dollar
Round Table and President's Clrib.
Paternal grandparents are "Dodo"
and Samuel Falick, and Mrs. Lil-
lian Bernstein, great-grandmother.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Roth and Mrs. Ann
Levy, great-grandmother, all local
residents.
e *
First child. Tamra Elayne. born
Dec. 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
S. Kail, 4609 Lincoln St.. Holly-
wood. Fla. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Lear Kail, of Beaton,
and Mr. and Mrs. Abe (Grace)
Durbin. long-time Miami Beach
Beach residents, now also of Hol-
lywood.
Rabbi Simon Will
Be Guest Speaker
At Beth Torah
Rabbi Ralph Simon, of Rodfei
Zedeck Congregation. Chicago. III.,
Will speak on ".Monday night. "8
p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation,
recording to an announcement by
Jerry Sussman.
president of the
Southeast Region
of the United
Synagogue
of America.
The lecture, to*
which the gen
oral public is
invited, will be
under the au
pices of t h <
U n i t e d Syna-
gogue as will
the second in a
series of three
held in Greater "ABBI SIMON
Miami. Rabbi Simon will speak
on "The Conservative Movement
Looks to Tomorrow."
Rabbi Simon was ordained by
th Jewish Theological Semi-
nary of America, after receiv-
ing a BA degree from the City
College of New York and an MA
from Columbia University. He
recently was honored by the
Seminary with an honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Divinity.
A permanent professorship at
the Seminary, the Ralph Simon
'Chair in Jewish Ethics and Myst
ticism. has been established in his
honor.
Rabbi Simon is a past president
. of the Chicago Board of Rabbis.
! He is secretary of the Illinois
Board of Mental Health Commis-
sioners, .ji founder of Camp Ramah
in Wisconsin, the author of num-
erous articles in various periodi-
cals, and was keynote speaker at
the national United Synagogue
convention in 1961.
A discussion period on various
aspects of the Conservative move-
ment will follow the lecture.
Tropical Chapter Dinner
Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, president,
this week announced a dinner and
show for Tropical Chapter, Amer
lean Medical Center at Denver,
on Jan. 19 at the Deauville Hotel.
Sirrin"wjll be Julie London and
fk' TjaTWrT"'-fn chaYffe of reser-
vations are Mrs. R Zcrlin and
Mrs. I. B. Blofstein.
Zionists to Honr.r
Torczyner Here
Jacques Torszyner. one of the
founders and organizers of the
World Confederation of General
Zionists, will be guest of honor at
a luncheon sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Zionist Districts.
The luncheon will be Tuesday
noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Tor-
czyner will also be honored at a
meeting next Wednesday evening
at the Eden Roc.
Torciyner is chairman of the
National Executive Council of
the ZOA and assistant to tie
president of the Rassco Israel
Corp. He is a member of the
presidium of the World Zionist
Actions Committee, past presi-
dent of the Manhattan Region
of the ZOA and has been a lead-
ing Zionist both here and abroad.
In charge of reservations for the
luncheon are Mortimer May. past
national president of the ZOA. and
Louis B. Rudnick. presently a na-
tional vice president, who will host
the event.
Dr. Morten J. Robbins will in-
troduce Torczyner at the Wednes-
day event. Musical program has
also been arranged, according to
Albert E. Ossip. chairman.
Dr. Stanford to Speak
Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
will lecture on "Higher Education
and its Impact on Religious Be-
liefs," at the Temple Zamora
monthly cultural evening on Tues-
day. Jan. 21. 8; 15 p.m., in the
Social Hall.
Tifereth Israel
Installation Set
Judge Henry Balaban will in
stall new officers of Temple Tif
ereth Israel at a dinner Sunday
called for 5:30 p.m.
Marshall H. Comis. president,
heads the slate which includes
Jack Berke and Irving Querido,
vice presidents; Mrs. Ethel Schlis-
sel and Mrs. Mary J. Seligman,
secretaries;_ and Allan First, treas-
urer
Entertainment will feature Mrs.
Henry Balaban and Larry Blue.
UM Orchestra
Schedules 'Firsts'
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra's first concert of the
New Year, the fourth in the cur-
rent winter series of programs,
will be presented on Sunday and
Monday evenings, Jan. 12 and 13.
at Miami Beach and Dade Coun-
ty Auditoriums. The symphony
orchestra, under the baton of Fab-
ien Sevitzky, will be heard in
tnree new compositions to be
heard for the first time in South
Florida.
Six first chair members of the
orchestra will be featured "guest"
soloists. These include the violist
Victor Stern, in a performance ot
Hector Berlioz" "Harold in Italy."
to be heard for the first time
here; and harpist Mary Spald
ing Sevitzky, flutist Eugene John-
miii, oboist Julien Balogh, clarinet-
ist William Kinger. and 'cellist In-
gus Naruns in the world premiere-
performance of American compos-
er Henry CoweU's "Concerto lor
Five Instruments."
The third and concluding work
on the program will be Dr. Sevit-
ky's own transcription of Modest
Moussorgaky's "Pictures at an Ex-
hibition." scored under a new ar-
rangement by the UM Symphony
conductor.
MEET HAROLD A.
jREENE
Good News for Everyone!
Effective January 1, 1964
Anticipated
O Dividend
Per Year
Paid and
Compounded
Quarterly
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ATTORNEY
CIVIC LEADER
President, Civic Committee
for Interama; Member, Gov't.
Research Council: President,
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
"I BELIEVE:
Dade County Needs New
Industry and More Payroll*;
"That Dade County is ONE
ECONOMIC UNIT which can
only be Fully Developed if it is
RID OF POLITICAL
SECTIONALISM
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Pd Pol, Adv.
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Friday, January 10. 1964
J3<*r ^JHltzvali
Dahlia Abramowitz
?.ihlia Abramowitz, daughter of
;. jbi and .Mrs. Mayor Abramo-
W j. will be Bas Mitzvah at Tern-
; i Menorah on Friday evening,
10.
Zahlia is an honor student at
tt Hebrew Academy.
il-of-town guests will include
h7 maternal grandparents, Mr.
Mrs. S Kosowski, of Israel
tsA New York, and an aunt, Mrs.
L-.iis- Katzoff, of Highland Park,
I..
An Oneg Shabhat in Dahlia's
Y -or will be held in the Tern- Dahlia Abramowitz
I 's Social Hall following ser-
\ s.
ing service- and at a
Michael's Kosher Restaurant M
ii,e evening.
boating and horseback-
sitroH
Donald Richter
7 Jald Barry, son of Mr, and
M -. Harold Richter, 7950 Haw-
i: .ne A\i., will become Bar
M.TZvah on Saturday morning,
II, Ceremony will be con-
ed by Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever
ing services at Agudath Israel
rew Institute,
seventh grade student at Nau-
: Junior High, the celebrant
iyed his Hebrew education :it
ti Institute's Religious School.
is a member of his school's
nee Club, football team and
it serve band of music, and has a
;o operator's license
Robert Rosenberg
Bar Mitzvah ol Hubert, son Of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenberg,
vill be celebrated thi> Saturday
norning, Jan. 11. at Temple
Smanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman
vill officiate.
Robert attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High School. He
is a member of the Science Club
and is interested in sports.
The celebrant will be honored
with a reception at the Eden Hoc.
Barry Green
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Kmanu-EI. will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ot
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Green, on Saturday morning. Jan
11, at the Temple.
Harry attends seventh made at
Nautilus Junior High and is inter
dinner at ested in
riding.
The celebrant will be honored
a( a reception at the Dora I Beach
Hotel following the service
Larry Ostroff
Saturday morning services, Jan
n al Congregation Beth Jacob.
conducted bj Rabbi Tibor H.
stern, will include the Bar Mit*
vah of Larry Jay Ostroll.
An eighth grade student al Ida
M Fisher Junior High, where he
is in the accelerate! math and
science classes. Larry plays clan-
i.et in the advanced band.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostroff,
will honor their son at a Kiddush
in their home, 120 Ocean Dr.. fol-
lowing the ceremony, and at a re-
ception and dinner in the Eon-
tainebleau Hotel in the evening.
Mr and Mis. Morris F.dlin. the i
celebrants maternal grandpar-
,nt-. will attend the Bar Mitz-
vah.
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Friday. January 10, 1964
* knftf nnrSdHrun
Paqe 15-E
idm. Sobel Dead
it Age of 67
Roar Adm. Herbert R. Sobel
|Ret.) died Frj..iay. Jan. 3. at the
ge i'f "'" Heath came to the late
ligh naval officer in Bethesda,
Ed.
Adm. Sobel received the Bronze
Lt;ir and thfi Navy and Army Coni-
kendation Medals. He moved to
Miami in 1955 and lived at 803 No.
I'enrtian Way. Biscayne Island,
had been retired from the
[avy since 1950. after serving in
orld War I and II.
Adm. Sobel was a member of
iTemple Israel, past treasurer of
[the Public Relations Society of
Savings and Loan Associations,
member of the American Jew-
ish Congress and of the Naval
Hcademy Alumni Association.
I In 1959. he became president of
Small Business Investment Co.
Surviving are his wife, Julia; a
daughter, and granddaugh
Services were Monday at Tern
iNrael, with Riverside Mem-
Chapel in charge of arrange-
Ints,
son. Arthur; two daughters. Mrs., click. Morris, :i. ..f
Tessie Bromley, of Newark, N.J.,'' u' Sewman'
and Mrs. Jeanelte Hotchkiss. of H^MS,;,,,':,';'' M" "f ;
Miami Beach; and five grandchil- kaplan. Mrs. Sara i...
dren. .i.rr. -..ii \i... services
n-ih. 15a. Itlvt-rf d<
Galanter. HannHli, 69, formi ly n tmi, \,. lioidon
'.-ill. in ..( Miami, riled Jan J nl SCHWARTZ. Mr* Rosalie,
m i- horn, m Richmond, Va. Uordon i..n..\ .\\, Newman.
CIMDEL. Kills v Jr., AM, ol '"'" Ba) Shanfield. Samuel, S2,
lr .Ii..l JAn. 4. s. rvl. .- In I'hil-
...I. |lll KB -i.l.-.
klein, Mrs, Pauline s. ?8, of 2940
i- Vve .uici Mai-li a.....I, v.i..
died l.hi I .-.i \ lc< ^ in New ji
Ki.. i.-i.i. .
THOMASHEFSKY. .\l;i\. i,|. ,,f 700
s".i ii Si Rlvei side.
BERK. .Mr.-. Teresa, (4, ..I 7128 Indian
I'n k hi' .ii. ,1 Jan. ::. s. r> l< I
i '.ii mingdali N.Y. Iltv< i
gider. Mi-. I'enrl, ::. of -i" s\v k'.iIi
Av< '!m .1 I ,- :'.". I:i\. i -i.i. .
GOLDEN. Leah, 7 ii''I .l.ui. .;. Service* iii Brooklyn,
N V Blasbi rg.
ZIMMERMAN, Anna. 61. ..f 1611 l..n-
c\ Ave. Newman.
BERLINSKY. \li~ Jennie, T". ..r 10500
s\v 12nd si. Onrdon.
Schwartz, David, ;;. of 132 E.
Flaicler si. Service* in Arlington Sal
N.in..n;ii t'emetery. Gordon. day
strassbourger. Mrs. Kadle <;..
si. ..f 77:, I ml,. Itlv.l. RiverKlde.
Meridian ,V\ e. Ui\ crslde
VIRGIANO. Joseph I-' 68, .it L':'.l N W
.'.Hi Ti i Si i i. in New Rochelle,
\ Ri\ i-i.I,.
HOROWITZ. All.- Flor. ii,-.-. 71. nl 1943
' 'arlyle \\. died I > i SI. Riverside
KAHN. Samuel C, ..f I33S Cleveland
Ril .Ii.il Dee. 51. Riverside.
katz. Ida, sg, of I"-'"'. Pennsylvania
Ave ili'il I >. .-. 51, Cordon.
SADOWSKY. Mrs. Holla, "9, of 578
IV i'ili St., died l lev. SO. Rlvi rslue.
SCHWARTZ. Ktigene, 0, of 5M
Washington Ave. and Queens, N.Y.,
LEGAL NOTICE
3501 Collins died i>ec II. Services in New York,
Riverside.
; i SW Ttli spevack, Mrs, Sarah, "3, of 12."
11,-.-.in I' tiled 11. 10 Set win
,;. ,,, :,-.'.". Brooklyn, N.Y. Rlvei
in >.....ii- CENDER. Mr. Nettle, SO, of
Itlarrlti In. Service! in New Vork
I .'hi SW IJInsjjtre. _. _
EINTRACHT. Abraham i 79, "f
It..... SW Mih \ \. Services In Sew
York. Newman.
FISCHER. Mrs. Cella, 7, "i 843 Eu-
clid Av. Services In (^hicaffo. New-
man.
61, of vr.
of 1809
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21266
NOTICE IS HKKKltY U1VEN that
It. M.>.r holder of City f Miami Lien
Certificate No. >;i7 Issued the 6th
if June, A.D I960, li.i- filed same
in my office, and haa made appllca-
, tic.n for :i tax deed i" he Issued there-
BELOV. Joel, 7". of r.840 SW 19th St., on. SaW Certificate embraces the lol-
tllt-.l .laI*. L'. Riverside, lowing described property In ihe
berman, Brneat, 01, of i"'l Llburt} County of Dado, State ..f Florida, to-
A\. died !>.-<. 31. Riverside. wli:
ELINSKY. Leo, 67, of 2391 SW 34th l-ot 11 Itl...-k 2 Subdivision of the
i Ave., died Jan. 1 Kale Miller Tract Addition Number
Frankfurt, Mrs. Sophie, SI, of 991 One., Plat Hook j Page 70 in the
HW SWh Ave., died Jan. t. Riverside. I 'iiv ..f Miami, County "f l>a 1 Grossman, Michael Howard, 70, of State of Florida.
163 \. slmr. Dr., ili-d Dec. 10. Rlv-I The aaseasmem of said property un-
ersldc. der the said certificate was in the
stein. Manuel. 81, of :>i" Weal Ave,. name of: t'nknown
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21246
NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai
Nathaniel W. Kiegel, holdei of City
of Homestead Tax Sale Certificate*
numbered 31716 and '.^717 Issued the
2nd daj >f Juno, A.D. 1958, has filed
same in my ifflce, and haa made
application for i tax deed i" be i.--
aued thereon. Said certificates .-111-
brace the following described prop-
erty, in the County of Dade, State of
Florida, !-it:
I...I :'. m.M-k .". Fread's Addn. No,
Phil Rook ii l"age |H2, Section 13
Township B" South, Range ::n East
in the city of Homestead, Count)
of Itade, State braced In Certificate No. 38716. The
assessment "f -;titl |iro|>erty under
the siii'i certificate Issued was in
ih.- name of unknown.
Lot 1 ill... k ". Fread's Addn. No. .,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 61459-B
IN RE: Estati "i
SAMl'EL REESE
I.....i -I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'p 'iii"i b and All Pi 1 wins 1111
iiu Claims or Demands Again
Estati
Y1.11 are herebj notified and 1
luired i" iiresenl an) elaimt iind ii
in,iii-is which you mas Ii vi again
the estate ..f SAML'EL REESE d.
. eased late of Dade < "ounl), Florid
to the 'ounty Juilgei ol 1 di Ci 111
i>. ami til.- the >.nne in ilupllcate ai
. |iro\ i-i'-'l in Seel Ion 7:13 16, Florii
Slatutes, ii' their offlcet in the Com
1) Courthouse In Dade County, M"
i.la. within -is calendar month* fm
Hi. 1 Ime "I the first publication her
nl. or the same will be barred.
I mi. .1 ;.i Miami, Floi Ida, > I. '
da) uf Januar), A.D. 1964
MONRi IE REESE
As Executor
Plrsl publication of thli nol
the 1 "ih da) "f Januai'. 1964.
KOV.S'ER ,s- MANNHEIMER
AI tome) i"..:' K\. utor
'.mi I lupolit i'lnsa 1 'enter
I i"-i 7-:'i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR1
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59907-C
IN RE: Estate "f
I.KNA OOODMAN
1 leceased.
lother-in-Law
)f Rabbi Kronish
asses Away. 67
I.Mrs. Sarah Austin, 67, mothor-in-
Iv of Rabbi Leon Kronish. died
Ire Jan. :' She lived at 4464
Fairie Ave. and also maintain
a home in Flushing. L.I.
Mrs Austin was a member ol
idassah, Jewish Home for the
led and the Garden Jewish ("en-
11" Flushing,
Surviving are four daughters,
Lillian Kronish, of .Miami
lach, Mr> Rhoda Manlis. of
Iwburgh, N.Y., -Mrs. Muriel Was-
p-m..a and Mrs. Florence Liff.
Jtht of Qmcns. NY.; a brother.
Irman Marcus, of New York;
eight grandchildren.
Be \ ices were held Jan. 3 at
l\' 'side Memorial Chapel, Alton
ill.-.I Jan. -. RlveraCde.
MELET. Hentamin, ::;. of 110 Collins
Ave Rl\. -i.l
I'nlesg saii certificate shall in- re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
*ri> described herein will le sold tn
REisman. Morton II., M, ..f MM Weal the hiKhest blddor at the Oourl House | the" huchesl bldd
A\i Rlvaj'slde. door "ii the first Monday In tin month r < I'lat Book 6 Pane 182. Kectlon 131 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
Township :.; South, Range J* Easi application for distribution
in the City "f Homestead, County AND FINAL DISCHARGE
of Dade, sm'e ..f Florida, as em-I MOTICB Is hereby given that I ha-
braced In Certificate No. S8717. The filed a Final Report and Petition I
assessmenl of said propert) under Distribution and Final Discharge
iin- said certificate Issued was in Executor of the estate "f Lena iii. name "f unknown. man. deceased: and that "ii the >
Iniess .ml ...iin .ii.s shall i"' re- da) of February, 19M, will apply
deemed according i" law, the prop-
rty described herein ill be sold to
Ml the < '"ml House
i Monday in the
STAffin. I ii. si. ,.i |43] s,\v mill of February, iviU. which is the Srd .....nth February, A.D. 1*64, which
St., died K..- :' Uordon. I dav of February. IM4. is the Srd day of February, \ D, 1961.
VERNON. Mrs. Lillian. ". ..f_ IJ'i Dated thi- :il-t day of December, Dated this ::ist day of Dcccmb.
Collins Ave. Services in N.-wl'oik.
I!i\*. rslde.
GOODMAN. Max, T9, of 1!" Venetian
Wa) .Ii. .1 I'. 3d l< i.i'-n
GOLDBERG. Mrs, Ann Kluger, 6J, of
M" >!-i Si died Dee. j:>. Rlv. rsldi
mildenberger. Adolph Ed ward,
;.'. ..i 1606 Mi riuian a\< died i "
Itlverslde.
FLATAUER. Irwln, ':. ol !TO0 Col-
lin- \\. Services in Forest Hills, |
X.I ItiM is.'I.
KALEKO. Mi- Rose, 64, "I T'.'"" 79th
St. s.-i \ i. .-- in New York Riverside
FRIEDMAN. Mr- Mary, 18, .'f 116
Collins Av< Services in New Vork
i'hx Riverside.
DURHAM. Maxwell l\, ::. nl IS01
i '..|1 n- .>\ v. 11:s, i-,,i,
1963.
i:. I'. LEATHERMAN. Clerk E I: I.BATHKRMAN, Cterk
f i 'Ircull Court, Dade fount y. frlorida "f circuit Court, I hide County, l-1<
iscal) ll> : R. M. LEEPER,
I Ii put)' t'l.-rk
1 3-10-17-24
i.la
tscal) B) : It M LEEPER,
Deput) Clerk
1 3-10-17-24
the Hon..nil.I.- County Judges of l>.r
County. Florida, i"i approval of sa
Final Report and for distribution ai
fin I llseharge as Executor "f i'
the aboi e-named deci del
mis N day of Januar)'. 1961.
JACK l-rciis
i:- .. i Estate of I., na 11.....In B
.' nan, Kaplan & Catsman
!lj i KAPLAN, Attorney
S, \\ F is! Street
.Miami, Florida
i i"-i7-:'i
LEGAL NOTICF
'ach Hotelman
ies on Cruise
prominent Miami Beach hotel-
k\ died Jan. 5 while on a cruise
[the Caribbean.
In n- Ad'er. of 3455 Chase Ave..
' il away at the age of 79. Ar-
kements were in charge of Riv
|ii' Memorial chapels, with
\ Her heinR brought baek here
San Juan. P.K
\r. Adler was in the hotel
t.nss for 50 years in Miami
ich, Tampa, Sharon Springs,
f\, and Lakewood, N.J.
Ily, he operated the I'once
leon in Miami and the Allison
liami Beach.
came to the United States
Austria some 50 years ago
-. arc his wife, Rose; a
rantima
kes m i
lower
Dignified, beautiful and
reverently cared for
curroundi.igs for our
departed loved ones a rat
la source of vary raal
comfort to alt
'^rSfKCHISiVI ItW.SH Ci WE It Hi
*N6C0MMUNir> V.-. KittM
M0 1-7693
NOTICE UNDER
PICTITIOOS NAME LAW
N.iil.t. is iii.i:i:i:v HIVKN thai
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business undei the fictitious name "i
BOND STRKKT I1ARBER HHiir at
.! :i Itia a) ne lllvd.. Miami. I- la IB-
lendti '.- register wild name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade
! i 'ooni I I .on.la.
KAVIK I'.' ISE
i n>-i; .-
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 21
1:1.1.1s W PARKIN,
Plaint Iff,
\ -
1:1.aim: a. carrin
1'. 1. n.iiiiit.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti' F.laln* \ Carrin
1; l- D.
\., -1 l*a\\ii 1. Vermont .
Yon. Maine A. Carrin, are here*}
notillwl thai a Hill ol Complninl for
Divorce haa been fllad agsinsl you,
an 1 }u are quln d to serve a eopj
of M'ui Answer "i Plradlns to tiu-
bill "i '.nnplalnl "ii the I'lamtlfl m
alii 1 iier, Stanlej E. Roodman, -''
\ \\ stn M >...>. I'l' ri'la -'I !.
ami file Ihe original Answei or f'lead-
liu in in. offlci 1 he Clerk ol the
. ouri on or b. tore the ISth
164 11 >"'i tall '
tti dn mi iudgnii in b) defaull 111 be
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Friday. January 10, 1964 +Jelstiflcrfdtof) Page 5-3 Making final plans for "A Day at the Races" sponsored by the Women's Divisions and parents of the Early Childhood Development program on behalf of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami are (left to right) Mrs. Nathan Cynamon. Mrs. Scmuel Gordon and Mrs. Louis Spindel, committee secretary. 'Day at Races' For T Program | First program of the new year Mrs. Donald Reiff and Mrs. Earl for the Women's Divisions and Lipnick. of the board and Early narehta f the Early Childhood DeChildhood Development program velopment program of the four at North County "Y;" Mrs. Jacob branches of the YM and YWHA Katzman. Women's Division. Mi of Greater Miami will be "A Day ami Beach M Y; M Mrs. Teri Rose, at the Races" next Wednesday at; Early Childhood Development proTropical Park. gram. Miami Beach "Y; M Dr xt OI M M. Jerome Denker. PTA chairman of Co-chairmen are Mrs Solomon Southwcs .. Y .. and Mrs Rlchar d Kann and Louis Wcchn ra i Board member, committee members are the fol • Beth David Players Rehearse The Beth David Players are now in rehearsal for their annual production, an original musical comedy entitled "Champagne Extra." The musical concerns itself with the trials and tribulations of two competitive kosher caterers who are up in arms over conflicting catered affairs and dates. Performances will be given on two consecutive Saturday and Sunlay night, Jan. 18 and 19, and Jan. 25 and 26. in Spector Hall at Beth David Congregation, 2625 SW 3rd Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Reserved or general admission seats are available at the synagogue office. lowing: GABIES COIN SHOP COINS • STAMPS BOUGHT, SOIO AND TRADED 2348 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. Pfct** 445-7561 Southwest area. Mrs. Nathan Cynamon, Women's I Division. Miami "Y;" Mrs. Sam; uel Gordon. Miami "Y" Board; Mrs. Eugene Heiman, ECD proIgram; and Sidney Oersh, president. Young Adult Group, Miami i "Y" Branch. Each chairman has a sub-committee working to reach the goal Vaudeville Show Opens at Cinema Jack Hilliard, top night club | singing star and popular Broadway actor, was to headline the new Yiddish-American vaudeville show opening Thursday. Jan. 9, at the Cinema Theatre on Washington Ave. Coming from a road tour of the hit comedy. "Come Blow Your Horn," Hilliard will feature popular American and Yiddish song hits during his engagement at the Jinema. Rounding out the full vaudeville bill, Leon Schachter will present, beginning Thursday, the technicolor spectacle, "Esther and the Xing." Starring Joan Collins, the film will be shown at 1:30, 4:30, 7:30 and 10:30 p.m., with the vaudeville show scheduled for 3. j and 9 p.m. Rube Idels, director of "Champagne Extra," an original musical comedy, to be presented in Beth David's Spector Hall is pictured here with members of the cast Susie Hirsch, Lucille Alterman, Stanley Bornstein and Bernie Hammersmith^ ,vy.-V/..WMV.w*.-.y*~* of 1.500 tickets to be sold no latCOMPANION WANTED To Share My Home RENT FREE FR 9-3853 WANTED ROOM FOR MIDDLE-AGED MAN Clean Habits. Permanent. Reference Furnished I'l.tnc 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., 532-7011 I FRANCES MASSAGE MEN and WOMEN 1274 N.W. 29th Street NE 4-4014 er than Jan. 13. SYMMMV MQBBtt f SEVITZKY Director 4 MEANS KOSHER Sun., Jon. 12, M.B. Aud. 8:30 P M. Mon., Jan. 13, Dane Aud. (Sold Out) PROGRAM Berlioi "Horold in Italy" Solo Viola: Victor Stern Cowed Concerto lor: Harp: Mary Spaldmg Sevitzky Flute: Eugene Johnson Oboe: Julien Balogh Clarinet: Wm Klinger 'Cello: Ingus Naruni Moussorgsfcy-Sevifiky "Pictures at .in Exhibition" Brandeis Board Meeting Slated j Orientation board meeting ofi he National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, will be held Friday. Jan. 17. 10 a.m.. at the Imperial House. 5255 Collins Ave. Invitations have boon issued to I ill now members to attend the coffee meeting in order to meet : members of the board and the of I licers. as .'.oil as to become fami1 liar with the national and local picture f the National Women's Committee Mrs, Samuel Goldman, presi 'out. will conduct the meeting, Assisted by Mrs. Harry Orleans, ice president in charge <>( mem rship. Joint Meeting Set at Judea Temple Judea Sisterhood and; i Brotherhood plan a joint meeting | on Wednesday evening, Jan. 15.; i Topic of the meeting will be "Our %  Youth Today—The Joys and Prob] %  lems." Guest speakers will be Dr. Ir-j 'win Jacobs, psychiatrist; Dr. Ben I Shepard, Juvenile Court Judge; and Glen Thomas, principal of Wet Lab Elementary School Rabbi Mordecai Podet will be moderator. ..^vjWkv*. TEMPLE NER TAMID 80th ST. & CARLYLE AVE., MIAMI BEACH 5th ANNUAL TEMPLE CONCERT featuring • CANTOR SAUL H. BREEH • JOYCE FARBER • NAPOLEON REED • BARNET BREESKIN Saturday, Jan. 18. 1964 8:15 P.M. Main Sanctuary Donation $150 Phones: UN 6-8345 or UN 6-9833 From your Opera Guild.. Grand Opera in the Paris Manner! YOUR CONGENIAL HOSTS "Harry and Celia Hobish" Invite You to Enjoy Your Stay at the NEMO HOTEL 116 Collins Avenue JE 8-3969 Ukme im French) Conducted by Dr. Emerson Buckley MADY MESPLE coloratura soprani) Alain Vanro • Gabriel Bacquir tenor baritone DADE COUNTY AUD. 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£1(1 ornan s "WeAJ tfewish Floridiam Miami. Florida, Friday. January 10. 1964 Section 5 nitial Gifts Picks Noted Lead ers I H *$. JNfZ KKtNSKY MRS. JACK ABUN n J ; %  '" %  '%S* J by ISABEL GRCVE The Applcbaum family -oem nut to believe tliat old theory —traight line ithe shortest distance between two points When Miami Beach's Delia and .Max wanted to spend New Year's with .son Sherman, his wife Rem and their two offspring, all of Huntington, L.I., meeting place was Las Vegas ... On ih.ii return, the senior Apple baums tumid daughter Flora and husband Krvin Stuart here for their annual winter visit Joined, during the holidays, by :h< young Krvins, Ron who at li nds CusbingS Academy in Ash! umham, Mass.. and Joan, a stu lent at Boston U. Both .tended schools here also v ute coupling of their names— Ronjo—used for the Krvin Mo• I on Montauk Island Local contingent of the family includes Mi rcia and Dr. Bernard Applein and year-okl Laura Open House tor 25 couples, friends and relatives at the nome of Irene and Kllis Rubin. 5959 La Goree Dr., on New Yi ar'a Eve The gaiety of "ho catered affair, which began around 9. went on until the chimes play 3 o'clock in the morning. Her many friends delighted now that Mrs Ethel Shochet, rei ring from a serious imiess. is home from the hospital and recuperating at the Martinque Hotel Mrs Sadie Calm looking forward to a visit from son. Dr. Judah Cahn. spiritual leader ot New York's Metropolitan Synagogue The rabbi is expected later this month Pre nuptial trip taken last summer hy the former Gall Harriet Lipson and her mother. Mrs. Bernard A. Lipson. of 5828 Alton Rd. ... A president of Hadassah in Chicago, her home town, and serving as a veep here. Mrs. Lipson wanted to indoctrinate her daughter so treated her to a Hadaatah tour of Europe and Israel .Married on Dec. 29 to Steven Michael Wolf, Gail and her husband are living in Detroit, where both are attending universities. Pleasant memories for Roz and Al Oboler—daughter llenc home for the holidays Now she's back at Margaret Morris Carnegie College. Carnegie Institute of Technology, where she's a freshman and has pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi, social A very happy holiday tor Mickey and Murray Sonnett. too Daughter Nancy Selkowitz and husband Ira. who has completed his >tint in the Army, will now be Miami Beach residents And son Neal, prez of the University of Miami senior class, has been tapped for Iron Arrow, highest honorary fraternity there The A A Rosens, of New York, who recently built the beautiful 21-Story Grace House Continued on Page 6-B Mrs. Jack A. Ablin and Mrs. Inez Krensky. who have both served as chairmen of the Women's I Division of Combined Jewish Apia al. this week accepted the lead ership of the Women's Initial Gifts ( ommittee, it was announced by Mrs Carl Weinkle, 1964 Women's Division chairman The first committee meeting Ol the committee was to he a brunch 8t the Imperial House on Thursday at 11 a.m. In 1962. both Mrs Ablin and Mrs. Krensky served as co-chairmen of the Women's Division, and in 1963 Mrs Krensky was chairman, with Mrs. Ablin assisting her. Prominent member of the Great cr Miami Jewish Federation and Combined Jewish Appeal. Mrs. Ablin served as secretary ol the' Greater Miami Jewish Federation in 1354-1955, and has been active: in the work ol two of Federation's local agencies, Mt. Sinai Hospital. and the Jewish Home lor the Vged, which several weeks ayu dedicated a pavillion in honor ol Mrs. Ablin's late husband. A pa-t president of the Sisterhood "I Temple Beth Sholom, Mrs. Krenskj has also served as a leader at Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mrs. Weinkle also announced key Women's Division apporuments of Mrs Abe I. Cassetl B I Mrs. A. L. Glickman as [nitial <;iitco-chairmen for the Miami Beach area, in addition, M %  -. Stanley C. Myers and Mrs. Sa title] Simonhoff have accepted cochairmanship of the Initial <; fts program [or Town women. Tenor Slated to Entertain Mrs. Milton Levin.-ohn, president. Community Women's Club. Surfside, Bal Harbour. Bay Ha.r bor Island, announces a memberbring-a-member party Wednesday, 12:30 p.m. at the Beau Rivage Hotel. Tenor Chet Gale will offer a musical program, with Sallj K ye at the piano. Reservation chairmen are Mrs. Leo Paul. Mrs. J Mazur and Mrs. Sol Lubell. fashion calendar for January 1964 Coming up for '64, a new series of exciting fashion shows. Watch the papers for more detailed announcements, in the meantime, keep these in mind! vlCc mmittee plans for luncheon in honor of Mattie Washton, -oceds from which will help maintain a Medical Cen'er in Jerusalem. Left to right (standing) are Mrs. Fred Jonas, honorary president, Mrs. Washton, sponsor and honored; Mrs. ^ar! M. Coplon, president of Brandeis Group of Hadassah. Sctoncheon ^^ -^-e f : o oR D OWNl o. N — <>. ESOM, l*:22 ii<\ oor i\ A I* *NO"^W t*! !" ****H\V s-r^e-,at^' e rvt '/*! rOR DINING ROOM RESERVATIONS, CAll 373-1111, EXT. 555 IN MIAMI JE 3-8441, IN MIAMI BEACH



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Friday. January 10; 1964 +JmistLnorkkan Page 5-A Pope Praises Jewish Role in Religion Continued from Page i-A ( inf'-'rflercK'for alt mfenkitid." Pres. ., i.. D. : • i hurt a foot and was hospitalized ^ 1he spot where President Shazar own #y#t> -ntreading with #r :*.. J .1... DnriA Tolotricion and : %  .. *•__ t i ...1 *k awaited the Pope. Television and! own N#t ,4,j, bjni where the other broadcast apparatus had pat rirch ence live**—this lend heen set. as Mr. Shazar stepped! forward and told the Pope: "With utmost retpeet, end in Ml awareness of the historic significance of this occurrence, unprecedented in the annals of •he generations, I have come in the name of the Government of where down through the cerrtor ies there resounded the vees of the prophets speaking in the Name of God, in the name* of Abraham, Isaac and Jeceb, *ni hallowed forever for all Christians by the Pretence of Jesus." Addressing Israel, and in my own, to bid ree tly, the welcome to the supreme Pontiff, the spiritual Father of the Catholic Church throughout the world. I heve come to greet him with the age-old blessing: 'Blessed be thou in thy coming.' President Shazar di Pontiff continued "Your Excellency knows, and God is our witness, that we are not Inspired during this visit by any [ ether motives than purely spiri tual ones. We come as a pilgrim lo venerate the Holy Places. We .„;.,i come to prav. From this land. %  From Jerusalem our capital ; k a(ion is raUe „ City, the City of David I iand the believers members, ot the Israel Government non bclil vt rs and we happily with me. have made our way down """ to Megiddo, the city that Solomon built, so that we may welcome him as soon as he has stepped upon the soil of our land, this Holy Land." HISTORY RECALLED Noting that the Pope had described his pilgrimage to the Holy Land as a journey of prayer, seekFrom Megiddo, the Pope end his party were driven to Nazareth, the city with a predominantly Arab population. Many thousands again shouted welcome to the Pope as the convoy drove to Nazareth. Newsmen who had been with the Pope's party Sunday in Jordan remarked that the Israeli crowds and security arrangements were very orderly, compared with the chaos that prevailed on the Pontiff's first day in the Holy Land in Jordan. The Israeli crowds had waited for hours to greet the Pope. The papal convoy had been held up for an hour beyond I schedule by disorderly crowds i jamming the roads from Jordan! ian Old Jerusalem to Jenin. More than 100.000 persons crowded Nazareth as the Pope arrived there, but again strict order pre; vailed in spite of the vast enthusiasm with which he was received. As he entered the BasItlieS of the Church of the Aanun ciation—considered the spot where the Mother of Jesus was told she would give birth to Christ—the Pope shook hands with another. larger, official welcoming party. This group was headed by Deputy Premier F.ban. who had come ahead of the convoy from Megiddo. and included Archbishop George Hakim, of Galilee. Nazareth's Arab Mayor Zouaby. and about 100 members of the diplomatic corps. I. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th, 5699—JANUARY 16th, 1939 "3* #u*e in UeaAld UU £ect^e )3.ehind $4 to. £Uie 2o44yW IAKE TIBERIAS The Pope went to the Church of St. Joseph, then to the -bores of Lake Tiberias, the site where the Continued on Page 12-A Hume of South Florida fl 310 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 532-6491 MIAMI BEACH'S ONLY KOSHfff NURSING HOME od HEAITH CINTtK OFFERING THE NEWEST APPROACH Tntal Care A Concept seared to Combine Social. Spiritual. Medical Needs of the Individual (or tne Aginq. Recuperative, and Chronically III. A Cheerful Home of rVormfh with Every Convenience Including Elevotor, Television, Itc. Sir>NF.v SIEGEL. Executive Director (Forn.-rly (.'!. Director of the Brooklyn Hebrew Home A Hospital for the Aged. Guarantee* -UNDERSTANDING CARE ) BAAL KORAH WANTED Conservative Congregation Call HI 5-1529 NOW! HIGHEST DIVIDENDS PAID IN DADE COUNTY LEARN MODERN HEBREW New group? now organizing for beginners, intermediates ind advanced. ALL FREE! day or night — any age. Write, giving phone numoer. if any, and time preference. HARVEY LEE 1511 S.W. 5th AVENUE MIAMI 36. FLA. SEA COURT MOTEL 16200 COLLINS AVENUE $^50 Per Pers. Double Occ. 9 of 27 Rooms EFF. Add *2 AAA • AIR CONDITIONED • FRFE TV • Special WKLY A MO. RATES "i P iw-ei< foi S>epinq__Room__ (FREE GIFTS of course) FREE TRASISFER OF FUNDS FROM ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES J



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9am B-B +.M**i*ti fkwkHar Friday, January 10, 1964 Millers Living In Coral Gables CORN BREAD, EGGS, CRACKERS, GIBLETS AND FRIED ONIONS That's the rcripe for "Mil KannerV famous stuffing according Miz KannerV famous Cora. The traditional Marcclla and Aaron K.-nner Orange Bowl BufiVt seems to grow larger each year and go j z strong. It's now into the third generation. Watching the game v :h their plates perched on their knees were Elinorc and City Couni man Sidney Aronovitz. The Myers trio. Martha, Stanley and Kenr-th were hemoning the, fact that Judy and Dr. Arthur Gilbert had 1 miss the party. Along with the lox and bagel Judy served at son irks bris was chicken pox from which she is just recovering. -:ming through the big tent with its groaning bullet tables were I ette jnd Leo Ackerman, Nola and Leo Eisenstein. Winnie and Leo uiiken. Dotty and Leo Kaplan. Lucille and Arnold Seeder. Shirley d Sam Hainan. Pat ar.d Marty Fine, Helen and Victor Behar. Lil d Charles Rosengarten, Edna Wolkowsky and her son. Judge and rs. Milton Friedman. Mr. ar.d Mrs. David Hochberg, Mr. and Mrs. u.n Fan. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gertner. and two look-alikefor dge Irving Cypen, his old. ( ute Sue Courshon had to leave her husband, Buddy, at home to mind e three youngsters—Sunday is a bad day for baby-sitters. Harry monhoff's Use had to stay home to play hostess to relatives. Then eie were Jessie and Paul Light, the Milton Liebermans. Mayor and r<. Melvin Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Topol, Mr. and Mrs. Mari lall Rufl and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Selevan among the guests troop g in and out. • • CPEN HOUSE It was full up at the Dr. Samuel Gertman's house. Jessie plan-1 d an Open House while the boys were home on vacation—Paul from >hns Hopkins Medical School and Dick from Tulane. Susy hasn't ijne away to school yet. She graduates next year. Among guests l ere Dr. and Mrs Albert Hirsh, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Taves. Dr. and Irs. Brvce Ryan, Dr. and Mrs. Jess Spirer, Mrs. C. A. Fascell, Dr. nd Mrs. Rubin Rochind. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Porfiri, Miss Minnie Feinberg, Beth and Harold Zeeman, Grace and Norman Tatar and ;>r. and Mrs. Gene Mann Among the young Gertman contemporaries ere Johnny Baskin. Mire Zinner, Joel Rifkin and Joan Kohlenberg. TALENT SHOW FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE It was fun at Lottie and Emil Morton's house on New Year's Eve. j 5 m David was in charge of photography—he had the best time takig pictures and movies. Son Peter was in charge of music, and ow he can play the piano! There was a talent show with all kinds of ] rizes. Sam Halperin's wife. Leona, got first prize for just sitting till and looking so pretty. Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph ^here. Mr and Mrs. Jack Cainer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Boderman, Dr. nd Mrs. William Wickman. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Janis. Mr. and Mrs, Morris Lapidus and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton. i. HAPPY HOUR Only out in Miami Shores do they have what they call "A Hap v Hour."' This one was at the home of Del and Raymond Rubin, and was some happy. Dels son. Harlan Lane, who is a professor at Michigan, came down with a colleague, Daryl Bern, to write a syllabus on %  he college course he is teaching. As fast as the pages were finished, Del whisked them away to a public sentographer. When the manucript was finally mailed a', three o'clock in the morning at the airport, I Del decided "A Happy Hour" was needed. Among guests being hap>y were Lucy and Irwin Kuntz, Milicent and Leonard Beldner. Florence and Harry Markowitz, Jtan and Harvey Fleishman and Shirley ;nd Herbert Joseph. Dels brother, Sidney Gelt, was here from NewYork mil. big business, he was on long distance wire most of the time. AT THE RIGHT TIME Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Goldstein, of Asheville, N.C., came to .liami just at the right thne of year for Georgia and William I. Benner to have a New Year's dinner party in their honor. Champagne ind a sprig of mistletoe set the background for a wonderful evenng. Among guests were Ann and Ted Bermaa, Jeannette and Milton Jadden, Dorothy and Edwin Oppenhcim. Florence and Sidney Lewis Md Mrs. Theodore Chertok. •* =OOTBALL—WHEN WILL IT END? It was a football brunch at the home of Dr. Richard and Sue rle'fman Sue had baited until the wee small hours of the morning I wit Richard seemed to think the guests would enjoy the champagne nore. Among guests, each rooting for their favorite teams were Dr. and Mrs. Macey KeyeE, Dr. and Mrs. Martin Liebling, Dr and! Mrs. Harry Graf, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alman, Mr. and Mrs Al -ison and Mr. Ben Helfman, of New York City. • • ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY YEARS AGO Morris Gidney was fifty years old; his father Ben was eighty To •ether it made a wonderful reason for Morris' wife, Mildred to have i birthday celebration at the Famous Restaurant. The Gidney "iris I were glad that it was vacation time so that they could be there Marsha from Ohio State and Marilyn from Boston University. (Truth to tell they both would have ilown in anyway, all past performances con-' sidered.) Mark still keeps his mother in PTA work. The Larry Kram-' tners and their family and Mrs. Betty Finegold and Mrs. Ben Gidney joined in singing "Happy Birthday." Newly married Mr. and Michael L. Miller, now living 45 Calabria. Coral Gables, are planning an extended honeymoon in Mexico next summer. Ceremony uniting the former Ina Claire Flashner and Mr. Miller mer bund. was held at the Raleigh House in j nC ckline. Elizabeth Phillips To Wed Dentist Mr. and Mrs. Alex Phillips, 18 Samana Dr.. Bay Heights, announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Mariana. Dr. Joel Louis Rauchbcrg, ark. N.J. Miss Phillips is a graduate ot Miami Senior High and attended the University of Florida and Le Mesnil in Switzerland. She was Mrs.'Detroit. Mich., where a "**£* %  at land dinner followed. Rabbi Rob'ert Syme performed the Dec. 26 nuptials,^ %  %  **•' •.. A The bride's gown was fashioned of silk brocade with a satin cumIt featured a jeweled ong sleeves and a Watteau train. The headpiece was created of a Cleopatra crown with a sparkle illusion veil. Members of the bridal party included Mrs. Doris Krause. the brides sister; best man Ronnie Miller, the bridegroom's brother; Marcv Miller and Gary Miller, sis ler and brother of the groom. Parents ot the newly-married couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Flashner, Oak Park. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miller. 10021 E. Broadview Dr. Bay Harbor Island. Both graduates ol tinI niversity of Miami, the bride has a degree in elementary education and the bridegroom's degree is in accounting. He served as president of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity and is a member ol I.F.C Council. Mrs. Miller was Sweetheart of Phi Epsilon Pi and belong: to A ws Council. to NewOf MS. MICHACL MIUM Newman, Cohen Rites Held Here lVern**r-Kalin MISS ELIZABETH PHILLIPS affiliated with Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority and is a graduate of Temple University School of Oral Hygiene Dr. Rauchberg is the son of Mrs. Eleanor Rauchberg and the late Abraham Rauchberg. He graduated from Weequahic High School. Newark, attended Lafayette College and Albright College, where he received his BS degree. After graduating from Temple University School of Dentistry, where his fraternity was Alpha Omega. Or Rauchberg served two years as a captain in the United States Air Force. A March wedding is planned The former Brona F. Coh George A. Newman exchanged marriage vows on Sunday, Dec. L'2. at Temple Beth Shirah, with Rabbi MornSkop officiating. A reception at the Temple followed the ceremony. The bride i< the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Cohen, 30 Malaga Ave. Serving as her maid of honor was Karen Kanter Parents of the bridegroom are Mr, and Mrs Paul Newman. 217 Sarto Ave Best man was Arthur Shorago. Now teaching at Henry H. Filer Junior High. Mrs. Newman is a graduate of the University of Florida and earned a Master's dec at the University of Miami ller husband attended the University of Miami and served for three years In the Coast Guard, New address for the couple is ::t;7i sw 23rd St. Luncheon Card Part* Betn Kodesh Sisterhood will hold a monthly luncheon on Wednesday noon. Featured will be a card party. FOR THf HOLIDAYS HAVE A CUSTOM TABU PAD ARROW TABLE PAD CO. For Free Estimate and Samples at Your Home Call HARRIET NABUTOVSKY FR 3-4591 1924 SW 8th ST. 1114 IIUMVSIS HAW t LI mmAiii fonfvtn LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Plfysictant SKILLFULLY REMOVED FROM MCf AMJ-LEGS-iOD7 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R.N. 20 Years' Experience 310-95th ST. 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Page 12-B +Je*ist>fhrMkn Friday. January 10 \ Rabbi Tibor Stern (third from left) presents a copy of his newest scholarly work on the Kaballah to Jacob Cohen at special dedication ceremonies here. Looking on are Rabbi Joseph Kahanenam (left) and Sam Cohen, son of the noted hotelman and philanthropis*Book on Kaballah By Rabbi Stern 'Lakme' Slated To Open Here Paris Opera star Mile. Mady Mesple, who will sing the title role in the Opera Guild's performnces of Delibes' "Lakme." will wear a magnificent sari, designed and made in Paris. Richly hand embroidered -in many colors, and set with precious nones, the costume is insured for thousands of dollars, and will be seen for the first time by Miami opera-goers. ••Lakme,*' a romantic tragedy in hree acts, will be presented Jan '0 and 25 in Dade County Auditor urn. and on Jan. 22 in Miami Beach Auditorium Tickets are on sale at Burdine's downtown store, at both auditorium box offices, and at the Opera Guild. Other leading roles in the opera will be taken by tenor Alain Vanzo and baritone Gabriel Bacquier. All will jet to Miami directly from Paris. Dr. Emerson Buckley will conduct all performances. Beth El Sisterhood Regular monthly luncheon and card party, sponsored by Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El. will be held on Tuesday. 12:30 p.m.. in Dora August Hall Hostesses are Mrs Abe Pepper. Mrs. Jennie Solinger. Mrs. Joe Kotcnberg. Mrs Jacob Kahn. Mrs. Harry Per soniic. and Mrs. Anna Rosenblitt. January10 v 4j6l | to Benefit f Open Forum Set At Beth Shirah Formal classes to be followed by an Open Forum on "Origin of Jewish Customs and Ceremonies" will open at Beth Shirah. 7500 S\V I20t!l St., on Monday at 8 p.m. Classes will be held in "Begin iid's Hebrew." "Advanced BibU Study," "Jewish Arts and Crafts." •Jewish Music" and 'Selections from the Talmud and Midrash." Rabbi Morris A Skop will direct the Open Forum following Ihe class sessions and introduce a -cries of guest speakers on "Varieties of Jewish Practice Today" Circus Children's Center Here qt Opener The Greatest Show on Earth coming to town, and the Children Center has it. First performance of Km Bros. Barnum and Bailey Ore on Thursday evening, Jan. 16 for the sole benefit of the Ch| dren's Center which provides vices for children handicappl emotionally Show time at t| Miami Beach Convention Hall 8 p.m. Tickets for the performance m be purchased through the (hj dren's Center. 700 NW Lejpu Rd. Mrs. Jack Courshon. Mr;,. Phylfe J Pollak. Mr. and Mrs Dan Do bin. Mrs. Harry Smith. Mr-^j<.herl Kearn and Mrs. Ida Bof 1 ft First book on Kaballah publish ed in the United States was officially presented at a solemn dedication ceremony at the Coronet Hotel. The book, of 270 pages, written in Hebrew, is the work of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern, author of manyscholarly works. The book, "The Emanation of Light," deals in the highest form of Kaballistic study and theoretic physics. The dedication ceremonies featured internationally noted rabbis and scholars, including the dean: of the Israel Rabbinate, rector of the world-famous network of institutions in the city of B'nai B'rak, Rabbi Joseph Kahanenam, known as the Poniviser Rov. Participating in behalf of the Union of the Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada was the president of the world body, Rabbi Pinchas Teiti, of Elizabeth, N.J. Chairman of the evening was William Kasenetz, of Great Neck, L.I., son-in-iav. of Jacob C. Cohen, Mell-known philanthropist. The bonk was dedicated to Dora Cohen, his deceased wife. Rabbi Stern officiated at the dedication ceremonies presenting the book to Mr. Cohen. Also participating were his chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen, Mr, and Mrs. L. Cohen, Mr. and Mrs Jack Turkish, Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Kasenetz and Mrs. Sophie Rcsnick, who received autographed copies. Adult Education Classes The second series of Temple Emanu-El Sisterhood's adult education classes began this week. Classes are offered both in the morning for women only and in the evening for men and women. On Jan. 29. the Book Review Series commences. First review by Dr. Irving Lehrman will be James Michener's "Caravans." CHECK YOUR NEXT MAYOR'S IDENTIFICATION LEVER 7* I HIS WILL. CERTIFY %  %  %  %  -. TH&T Winstori W, Wynne K A OTJZEN ^.iN^SHONABLE INTEGRITY • DEDICATION THE BEST MAN FOR MAYOR irvm 7* %  i i-l % %  • FLORIDA FILTERS "for filteis lit Florida Filters" AIR FILTERS & PURIFIERS MANUFACTURERS FOR INDUSTRY COMMERCE RESIDENTIAL ffftVMM Southeastern USA ,'. Carribean "FOR INFORMATION CALl" FLORIDA FILTERS INC. 3110 N E. 2nd AVENUE FR 1-8675 ance Webmelte Honors Special Family Occasions ,Your Welcome Wagon Hostesa will call with a basket of gifts... I and friendly greetings from religious, civic, and business leaden of our community when your family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new baby, or moves to a new home. W0LPERT FURNITURE COMPANY'S GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE IS NOW TAKING PLACE! Miamians know that for 27 years Wolpert Furniture Co.'s Annual January Furniture Clearat 1200 CORAL WAY is the greatest furniture sales event of the year! This includes all of their Nationally Advertised Brands such as Simmons, E. B Malone American of Mart" Berkline, lazy-Boy, Strat-o-rester, Dixie, living room, dining room and bedroom suites in Modern French and' I. Provincial, Traditional, Mediterranean, Contemporary, Early American. Also, a huge selection of lamps tables aW. decorative accessories, convertibles, mirrors, Oriental Imports, bedding, Bahama Beds, etc all marled ,Wn' .„ lowest prices in many years. !" 00 n TO • Open Mondays and Fridays 'til 9 PM M*e*z GLAMOUREST ...GMXI tfMi hm/e tpwi choice o£ 100% Foam Rubber or Quilted Innerspring • Twin size or full double size • Mattress or Box Spring I ol Cl G L ; ft When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Mattress or Box Spring Withallofth^hmZr M*£! exclusive*. • I-l.,,.,*, h„ 0,r,.„ i„ ml „„„ • '"" "• ""' "'" iMMa >n. .„,„„ • Cinum i., ri w ,,„ 4 „, UM • IHMM ,.,„ p,,nt ,<„„„ „,„ • %  •,t..t„ %  „ $„,„, ,,,„ m llttl Moter. of tfc. fe W OIM SPRING A,R BACK SUPPORTER Mollre W*J



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Page 4-B v.lewistncrkHar 'Wish National Fund Tag Day workers are Standing 0* to.jflgUM M "jjUjE honored at a recent luncheon here. Seated haner, Soma Leibson. Ma Gluck Mrs Jacob left to right) are Mesdames Tillie Buchner. D. Davis, chairman of Tag Day. and Miss Fannie Werner. Molly Skell and Rose Marcus. Miriam Vernick. Pioneer Women Hold Meetings .Mrs. Ida Liftman, president of Club 2. Pioneer Women, will honor Ir. and Mrs. Nathan Bookspan on ie3r 52nd anniversary Sunday. 6 m.. at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant, 731 Washington Ave. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff is chairnan of the evening. Joseph Horowitz will provide the ntertainment, Mrs. Sadie Hubert ill deliver the invocation, and Council president, Mrs. Milton i-reen, will be guest speaker. i • • Mrs. Ida Liftman, president of lioneer Women. Club II. conducted a regular meeting on Monay evening at the Farband Centor, 842 Washington Ave. Mrs. lilton Green. Council president, thoved a collection of color slides taken on her recent tour of Israel. O *! Mrs. Joseph Krantz, president of Club I. announces a luncheon "as held on Wednesday noon at 'he Raleigh Hotel. Guest speak11 was Mrs. Milton Green. i. Kadimah Chapter was to hold a jugular meeting on Thursday. Jan. 8 p.m., in the Coliseum. 1500 J'ouglas Rd., Coral Gables. Mrs. lilton Green was to show a relently-relcased film from Israel. C-ames were to be played after the nesting, according to Mrs. Jack .-ills, president. Club I held a luncheon on MonBy noon, at the Star Restaurant. The event honored Mrs. Zelda Liebman. Mrs. Abraham Shedroff (haired the luncheon and one ol v. lub II's members. Mrs Hilda Nebo. entertained. Mid-Winter Tea Slated Jan. 22 Sisterhood of Temple Eniunu-EI is busy planning for its mid-winter tea honoring all life members. The affair, to be held at the Fontainebleau on Jan. 22. will teaI lure a special program. "We Crown Our Life Members." Mrs. Emil Morton is guest soloist and will be accompanied by Prof. Jascha Fischerman. Dr. 'Irving Lehrman will deliver a j special tribute to the life members. Oriental Fashion Show Slated An Oriental fashion show and a Chinese menu will be featured at luncheon meeting of the \\om on-s Cancer League., of Miaaai Beach on Friday, Jan. 17. To be held at the House ol HOO, 1820 79th St. Causeway, the presentation bv Miss Doreen Loh ol „ong Ko..,. will include sweaters and accessories made in Hong Kong and on display there in the Teninsular and Hong Kong Hilton Hotels. Preceding the noon luncheon Mrs. Jerome Rado. president, will conduct a 10 a.m. fcwrd meeting. Beth Moshe Women in Party Paid-up membership meeting ol the Sisterhood of Congregation Belli Moshe will be held on Monday evening. Program will be an original skit written by Mrs. Burt Streit. Musical director is Mrs. Samuel Gray -on. Following members will take part: Mesdames Bernard Jackson, Bernard Konefsky, Jack Lampert, Herb. Lelchuk, Jay Rand. Lester Rosenthal, Stanley Tambor and Sidney Shocn. Mrs. Sidney I. Scho'en ivice president in charge of member ship. Mrs. Simon April will give the invocation. AHHABUU PRESS Miami Girl Will Vie in Contest j Miss Annabelle Press, winner of the Jeanie Audition conducted by the Miami Beach Music Club, will participate in the "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair" contest held annually at the Stephen Foster Memorial in While Springs. Fla.. on Feb. 15. Contestants are judged for voice, personality and beauty. A music major at the University of Miami. 19-year-old Annabelle is a lyric soprano, as well as a pianist. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul 11 Press, ol 163U s. Treasure Dr. Mental Health Forum Slated Fourth Mental Health Forum, sponsored jointly by National Council of Jewish Women. Holly-, wood Section, and Mental Health, Association of Broward County, is scheduled lor Wednesday, Jan. 22.' Theme of the program to be held at the South Florida State, Hospital in Hollywood is "We are; Interested in You—Are You?" Admission is free and registration begins at 8:45 a.m. A snack bar will be open from 10 to 3 p.m. The program is divided into 12' topics winch will include discus sions on childhood, adolescence, marriage, divorce, alcoholism, depressions, tensions, the senior citizen and mental health in future years There will be a program open only to teen-agers, Special arrangements have been made lor a tour ol some ol the facilities of the South Florida Stale Hospital, All speakers and panelistwho will participate in the forum are leading exponents in the field ol mental health. Women's ORT Garden Party Miami Business and Profession al Chapter. Women's American i ORT, is having its first gala at-1 fair, a membership garden party, at the home of Mrs. Anna S. Kaufman. 1525 Normandy Dr.. on Sun day from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m Chairman of the afternoon, which will feature entertainment and refreshments, are Mrs. Kauf-, man and Mrs. Sclma Resnick. Ticket of admission is at least' one new member. Friday January 10. 1964 Delegates to Report Irving Seidel and Stanley Friedman Beth Torahs delegates to the Jubilee convention of the fJmt d Svnagogue of America wn.r port to the congregation at late Friday evening services, .jjejc gates will give a co nventi on report. Menorah Ladies In Torah Month Temple Menorah Sisterhood will hold a paid up membership party celebrating Torah Month on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. in the Social Hall. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan, program vice president, will present a dra malic playlet. -The Key to the Ark Cast members are Mrs Joseph Feldman. Mrs. Herbert Kaplan. Mrs Mayer Abramowitz. Mrs Margaret Blisteta, Mrs. Arlene Kaplan and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitt. ,, v K Background music will De D> Cantor Edward Klein, with Selrrta Glass at the piano. Mrs Sam Belsky is Sisterhood president. Junior Auxiliary Plans Luncheon Mr>. Louis Bresler. chairman of the luncheon to be held on Tu. Jan. 21. in the Fontaine Room of the Fontainbleau, reported tTiat many reservations have already been received at a committee meeting in the home of Mrs.-Barthold .1 Sirauss. president of the Junior Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the Aged. Highlight of the afternoon will be a musical program, with vocal selections by Hose Byrum and Sherwin F Levine, accompanied by Sally Glass at the piano. The luncheon is sponsored annually by the organization to raise funds for the Home. Committee members serving with Mrs. Besler and Mrs. Strauss are Mrs. Joe LeNoble, ticket chairman; Mrs. Joseph Epstein, fund raising chairman; Mrs George Israel, chairman of host esses; Mrs. Sigmund Bostlcr. chairman of prizes. lovely onions? ...„„... mm ; % %  %  d tm 2*^ WHOM nion Flavored MATZOHS See and taste now oodles o| onion flavor makes these snapapari matzohs a welcome change from bread M hanj-in-hand wiih soups, fish. main dishes! The snack supreme gives new life and delicate (Ml to dips and spreads. Onion fjvor does itt -+ I MRS. ETHEL SHOCHET extends her deep appreciation and gratitude to her many, many friends for their kind wishes received during her illness and convalescence ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE It is your protection against liritations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture and quality. Look for the word "Switzerland" on the Swisa Cheese you buy...chunk or sliced... 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Friday. January 10, 1964 knftf nnrSdHrun Paqe 15-E idm. Sobel Dead it Age of 67 Roar Adm. Herbert R. Sobel |Ret.) died Frj..iay. Jan. 3. at the ge i'f "'" Heath came to the late ligh naval officer in Bethesda, Ed. Adm. Sobel received the Bronze Lt; ir and thfi Navy and Army Conikendation Medals. He moved to Miami in 1955 and lived at 803 No. I'enrtian Way. Biscayne Island, had been retired from the [avy since 1950. after serving in orld War I and II. Adm. Sobel was a member of iTemple Israel, past treasurer of [the Public Relations Society of Savings and Loan Associations, member of the American Jewish Congress and of the Naval Hcademy Alumni Association. I In 1959. he became president of Small Business Investment Co. Surviving are his wife, Julia; a daughter, and granddaugh Services were Monday at Tern iNrael, with Riverside MemChapel in charge of arrangeInts, son. Arthur; two daughters. Mrs., CLICK. Morris, :i. ..f Tessie Bromley, of Newark, N.J.,'' u Sewman and Mrs. Jeanelte Hotchkiss. of H ^ M S ,;,,,':,';''• M f ; Miami Beach; and five grandchilKAPLAN. Mrs. Sara i... dren. .i.rr. • -..ii \i... services n-ih. 15a. Itlvt-rf d< GALANTER. HannHli, 69, formi ly n TMI, \,. lioidon '.-ill. in ..( Miami, riled Jan J nl SCHWARTZ. Mr* Rosalie, m ihorn, m Richmond, Va. Uordon i..n..\ .\\, Newman. CIMDEL. Kills v Jr., AM, ol '"'" Ba) SHANFIELD. Samuel, S2, lr .Ii..l JAn. 4. s. rvl. .In I'hil...I. |lll KB -i.l.-. KLEIN, Mrs, Pauline s. ?8, of 2940 %  iVve .uici Mai-li a I, v.i.. died l. HI I .-.i \ lc< ^ in New ji Ki.. i.-i.i. THOMASHEFSKY. .\l;i\. i,|. ,,f 700 s".i ii Si Rlvei side. BERK. .Mr.-. Teresa, (4, ..I 7128 Indian I'n • k hi' .ii. ,1 Jan. ::. s. r> l< I i '.ii mingdali N.Y. Iltv< i GIDER. Mi-. I'enrl, ::•. of -i" S\V K'.III Av< '!M .1 I •• %  ,:'.". I:i\. i -i.i. GOLDEN. Leah, 7• i SI. Riverside KAHN. Samuel C, ..f I33S Cleveland Ril .Ii.il Dee. 51. Riverside. KATZ. Ida, sg, of I"-'"'. Pennsylvania Ave ili'il I >. .-. 51, Cordon. SADOWSKY. Mrs. Holla, "9, of 578 IV i'ili St., died l lev. SO. Rlvi rslue. SCHWARTZ. Ktigene, 0, of 5M Washington Ave. and Queens, N.Y., LEGAL NOTICE 3501 Collins died i>ec II. Services in New York, Riverside. ; i SW Ttli SPEVACK, Mrs, Sarah, "3, of 12." 11,-. -.in I' tiled 11. %  10 Set win ; ,,, : ,-.'.". Brooklyn, N.Y. Rlvei in > iiCENDER. Mr. Nettle, SO, of Itlarrlti In. Service! in New Vork I .'HI SW IJInsjjtre. _. „ EINTRACHT. Abraham i 79, "f It SW Mih \ \. Services In Sew York. Newman. FISCHER. Mrs. Cella, 7, "i 843 Euclid Av. Services In (^hicaffo. Newman. 61, of vr. of 1809 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21266 NOTICE IS HKKKltY U1VEN that It. M.>.r holder of City f Miami Lien Certificate No. >;i7 Issued the 6th if June, A.D I960, li.ifiled same in my office, and haa made appllca, tic.n for :i tax deed i" he Issued thereBELOV. Joel, 7". of r.840 SW 19th St., on. SaW Certificate embraces the loltllt-.l .laI*. L'. Riverside, lowing described property In ihe BERMAN, Brneat, 01, of i"'l Llburt} County of Dado, State ..f Florida, toA\. died !>.-< %  31. Riverside. wli: ELINSKY. Leo, 67, of 2391 SW 34th l-ot 11 Itl...-k 2 Subdivision of the i Ave., died Jan. 1 Kale Miller Tract Addition Number FRANKFURT, Mrs. Sophie, SI, of 991 One., Plat Hook J Page 70 in the HW SWh Ave., died Jan. t. Riverside. I 'iiv ..f Miami, County "f l>ai" Weal Ave,. name of: t'nknown LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21246 NOTICE IS HEREHY OIVEN thai Nathaniel W. Kiegel, holdei of City of Homestead Tax Sale Certificate* numbered 31716 and '.^717 Issued the 2nd daj >f Juno, A.D. 1958, has filed same in my ifflce, and haa made application for i tax deed i" be i.-aued thereon. Said certificates .-111brace the following described property, in the County of Dade, State of Florida, %  •-it: I...I :'. m.M-k .". Fread's Addn. No, Phil Rook ii l"age |H2, Section 13 Township B" South, Range ::N East in the city of Homestead, Count) of Itade, State erty under the siii'i certificate Issued was in ih.name of unknown. Lot 1 ill... k ". Fread's Addn. No. ., LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 61459-B IN RE: Estati "i SAMl'EL REESE I i -I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All 'p 'iii"i B and All Pi 1 wins 1111 IIU Claims or Demands Again Estati Y1.11 are herebj notified and 1 %  luired i" iiresenl an) elaimt iind ii in, iii-is which you mas Ii vi again the estate ..f SAML'EL REESE d. eased late of Dade < "ounl), Florid to the 'ounty Juilgei ol 1 di Ci 111 i>. ami til.the >.nne in ilupllcate ai |iro\ i-i'-'l in Seel Ion 7:13 16, Florii Slatutes, ii' their offlcet in the Com 1) Courthouse In Dade County, M" i.la. within -is calendar month* fm Hi. 1 Ime "I the first publication her nl. or the same will be barred. I MI. .1 ;.i Miami, Floi Ida, > I. — %  da) uf Januar), A.D. 1964 MONRi IE REESE As Executor Plrsl publication of thli nol • the 1 "ih da) "f Januai '. 1964. KOV.S'ER ,sMANNHEIMER AI tome) i"..:' K\. utor '.mi I lupolit i'lnsa 1 'enter I i"-i 7-:'i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR 1 IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59907-C IN RE: Estate "f I.KNA OOODMAN 1 leceased. lother-in-Law )f Rabbi Kronish •asses Away. 67 I.Mrs. Sarah Austin, 67, mothor-inIv of Rabbi Leon Kronish. died Ire Jan. :' She lived at 4464 Fairie Ave. and also maintain a home in Flushing. L.I. Mrs Austin was a member ol idassah, Jewish Home for the led and the Garden Jewish ("en11" Flushing, Surviving are four daughters, Lillian Kronish, of .Miami lach, Mr> Rhoda Manlis. of Iwburgh, N.Y., -Mrs. Muriel Wasp-m..a and Mrs. Florence Liff. Jtht of Qmcns. NY.; a brother. Irman Marcus, of New York; eight grandchildren. Be \ ices were held Jan. 3 at l\' 'side Memorial Chapel, Alton ill.-.I Jan. -. RlveraCde. MELET. Hentamin, :•:;. of 110 Collins Ave Rl\. -i.l I'nlesg saii certificate shall inredeemed according to law, the prop*ri> described herein will le sold tn REISMAN. Morton II., M, ..f MM Weal the hiKhest blddor at the Oourl House | the" huchesl bldd A\i Rlvaj'slde. door "ii the first Monday In tin month r <• Iniess .ml ...iin .ii.s shall i"' reda) of February, 19M, will apply deemed according i" law, the proprty described herein ill be sold to Ml the < '"ml House i Monday in the STAFFIN. I — %  ii—. si. ,.i |43] s,\v mill of February, IVIU. which is the Srd nth • %  February, A.D. 1*64, which St., died K..:•' Uordon. I dav of February. IM4. is the Srd day of February, \ D, 1961. VERNON. Mrs. Lillian. ". ..f_ I J'i Dated thi:il-t day of December, Dated this ::ist day of Dcccmb. Collins Ave. Services in N.-wl'oik. I!i\*. rslde. GOODMAN. Max, T9, of 1!" Venetian Wa) .Ii. .1 I'. 3d • l< i.i'-n GOLDBERG. Mrs, Ann Kluger, 6J, of M" >!-i Si died Dee. J:>. Rlv. rsldi MILDENBERGER. Adolph Ed ward, ;.'. ..i 1606 Mi riuian A\< died i "•• • Itlverslde. FLATAUER. Irwln, %  : ol !TO0 Collin\\. Services in Forest Hills, | X.I ItiM is.'I. KALEKO. MiRose, 64, "I T'.'"" 79th St. s.-i \ i. .-in New York Riverside FRIEDMAN. MrMary, 18, .'f 116 Collins Av< Services in New Vork I'HX Riverside. DURHAM. Maxwell l\, ::•. nl IS01 i '..|1 n.>\ v. 11 :s, i-,,i, 1963. i: I'. LEATHERMAN. Clerk E I: I.BATHKRMAN, Cterk %  f i 'Ircull Court, Dade fount y. frlorida "f circuit Court, I hide County, l-1< iscal) ll> : R. M. LEEPER, I Ii put)' t'l.-rk 1 3-10-17-24 i.la tscal) B) : It M LEEPER, Deput) Clerk 1 3-10-17-24 the Hon..nil.I.County Judges of l>.r County. Florida, i"i approval of sa Final Report and for distribution ai fin I llseharge as Executor "f i' the aboi e-named deci del mis N day of Januar)'. 1961. JACK l-rciis i:.. i %  Estate of I., na 11 In B %  .' nan, Kaplan & Catsman !lj i KAPLAN, Attorney S, \\ F is! Street .Miami, Florida i i"-i7-:'i LEGAL NOTICF 'ach Hotelman ies on Cruise prominent Miami Beach hotelk\ died Jan. 5 while on a cruise [the Caribbean. In nAd'er. of 3455 Chase Ave.. il away at the age of 79. Arkements were in charge of Riv |ii' Memorial chapels, with \ Her heinR brought baek here San Juan. P.K \r. Adler was in the hotel t.nss for 50 years in Miami ich, Tampa, Sharon Springs, f\, and Lakewood, N.J. Ily, he operated the I'once leon in Miami and the Allison liami Beach. came to the United States Austria some 50 years ago %  % %  -. arc his wife, Rose; a rantima kes m i lower Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for curroundi.igs for our departed loved ones a rat la source of vary raal comfort to alt '^rSfKCHISiVI ItW.SH Ci WE It Hi *N6C0MMUNir> V.-. KittM M0 1-7693 NOTICE UNDER PICTITIOOS NAME LAW N.iil.t. is III.I:I:I:V HIVKN thai ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In business undei the fictitious name "i BOND STRKKT I1ARBER HHiir at .! :i Itia a) ne lllvd.. Miami. Ila IBlendti '.register wild name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "i Dade i 'ooni I I .on.la. KAVIK I'.' ISE i n>-i; .NOTICE BV PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 21 1:1.1.1s W PARKIN, Plaint Iff, \ 1:1. AIM: A. CARRIN 1'. 1. n.iiiiit. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti F.laln* \ Carrin 1; lD. \., -1 l*a\\ii 1. Vermont Yon. Maine A. Carrin, are here*} notillwl thai a Hill ol Complninl for Divorce haa been fllad agsinsl you, an 1 }u are %  • quln d to serve a eopj of M'ui Answer "i Plradlns to tiubill "i '.nnplalnl "ii the I'lamtlfl M alii 1 iier, Stanlej E. Roodman, -'••' \ \\ stn M •>...>. I'l' ri'la -'I !•. ami file Ihe original Answei or f'leadliu in in. offlci 1 he Clerk ol the ouri on or b. tore the ISth 164 11 >"'i tall tti dn MI iudgnii in b) defaull 111 be ... %  e relief de11, .in.1..1 in the Ulil "f Complaint. -, ,, ill be published once ,..,. 1, --II-1 lUv. %  • kt in 1 Hi. Ji:\\ ISII I LORIDIAN. IXINK AND tlKDKKED si Mlnmi, [.-I,., Ida, il -"-I da) ol Januai .• A.D |9(| 1 i: 11 i.r..\Tiir.i:\i IN, CI< 1 ,, 1 .. K.i.i. • uunt) KI01 ula |i) E. I: URI UB, •; %  .r KNl.KY 1: litHlDMAN \ .. %  I CERTIFICATE OF CORPOrtATL DISSOLUTION IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA %  |-i 1 ,\i... in \\ 1.1 '..I I 111--1. PRESENTS SHALL .'".Mi:. RRRBTINOS: Whereas, A. M SANDLEK. MIAMIFLORIDA; u:\ INR M. WOLFF, MIAMI, hUlKlUA; U. SAFRA, Ml VM1, FLORIDA: did "ii the SSrd da) ol \|. 1 vl>. IH48, '-.iuse i" i' Incorporat. •! undi 1 the laws of the Btate ol Florida RO8EBECK, INC., a corporation, niili Its principal place of business al MIAMI BEACH, DADE ci.i .s rv. in the State "i Florida, ami wli. 1. ,.s HUI ii corporation did on the 3 0l h da) "i December, A.D, ls, HUB. 1 filed in Die office ol the Seen 1.11 % %  "i state "i the State ol I lorlda, Hidocumentar) authorlt) required under Be. lion 60S 27, Flo si.itni.-. showing olutlon "i %  uch coj Now, iin .i" retary ol Slat. 'hi fi. going and Ihs h. llsfli-d I hal ,i„ enti of Ih. law hav. 1 been • oinplieil 'll li AIT.N ''' havi eunl ''"' I,,IX ..ins. 1 lhi tlreai Sral of t-hi State of I"" da, %  iss. %  the THIRTIETH da) "i i'i: EMBER, \ i' (seal! TOM VKAMS Secretai) > .1 10/64 THE MIAMI JEWISH SCENE THE JEWISH RADIO SHOW WITH THE AMERICAN ACCENT M0N.-FRI. 10 AM TO 11 AM FEATURING REUBEN GUBERMAN ON RADIO STATION WEDR-FM 99.1 ON YOUR FM RADIO DIAL WEDR, in continuing effort to fill specific needs in the community is proud to announce the advent of the Miami Jewish Scene, the Jewish show with the American accent. All in English, (well, mostly) the show will have as its host and master of ceremonies, Rueben Guberman. It will be heard Monday through Friday on WEDR-FM, 99.1 at 10:00 A.M. for one hour preceding the Jacab Schachter Jewish Hour. The Miami Jewish Scene will cover the news that affects the Miami Jewish Community meetings, events, etc. Interviews with prominent people in every field, and from every creed will be a feature with the talks hinging around their impact upon, or, their relationship to the Jewish Community. Music will play a prominent part Jewish music and music derived from Jewish origins will be featured and discussed. Another feature will be a Bar Mitzvah boy of the day one who is about to enjoy that exciting day, or has recently been Bar Mitzvah ... to discuss their new understanding of their new status, and receive from WEDR a copy of their interview. (These will be taped in the evening so that school will not be interferred with.)



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Page 10-A in will serve as chairman for the i-articipatii : "t residents in every rea ol Dade Comity in the 1904 campaign. Serbin will be in charge "i specal programs and events for residents oi high rise apartments on ..ami Beach, as well as for home nwrers there Residents oi Coral iables, the Southwest and the Vortheast will also l>.' invited to ,ikc part in planning a program (or the Residents Division in support of the one annual Combined Fewish Appeal campaign lor 57 gencies, In addition to serving as general campaign chairman ol Ihc 1957 CJA. Serbin .. • v. 1 ; i hairman of th" Pt \ 'rofessional l>.\ isicn i. • : %  a .'..st pre.-...':', fi ..' Iry Club Bnd s rvc :s c! •nan ol th I9OJ I %  I inner. AVERAGE SIZE ROOF PRESSURE CLEANED NOW $14.95 UP TO 1000 SQ. FT. For Limiled Time Only HY WEISS FR 7-2676 THE HOTEL EDEN Is Under New Management Efficiencies t900. Yearly. INCLUDES UTILITIES. Cedar-Lined Closets Rent By Week-Season-Year 1965 Alton Rd. JE 1-9458 Member CO. ChambeTof^Tjni 5150 TV SERVICE CALLS 1 IN YOUR HOME •:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M 81" ALUM NIZED PIX TUBES ONLY $26 5 INSTALLED JOE'S RELIABLE RADIO & TV CA 15656 Ooen 9 to 9 AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING rear 'Reims' Gold Coast Cevertoee Covers four Selling Area Wl 5-1602 ROBERT MADDAFORD TtACHIR Of SINGING Stuco in business section of Coral Gables HI 4-6684 Combined Appeal Trades Unit in Appointments Two high appointments in the Trades and Professions Division of*tne lS84 C'ombTniHrteulsh Ap" peal campaign have been announce:! by Marshall S. Harris and Leon Kaplan, chairmen of the di \ ision K Albert Pallot. president of Bisuayne Federal Savings and Loan Association, has been appointed .-hairman of the Construction Division. A member of the fed %  .•ration Board of Governors and of the 1964 CJA Campaign Cabinet, Pallot will work clo.-cly with Construction and Allied Trade Group chairmen representing real estate, building trades and builders, building suppliers and architects and engineers. Burton B. Goldstein, a member Ol the Board of Governors of FedLuncheon Card Parly Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will hold 1 monthly luncheon on Wednesday noon Featured will be a •aid party. %  ration, will serve as chairman of IC Services Division, a position .r filled in the 1982 campaign. .ast year, as chairman of the Moaners affd Laundries Group. ioldstein was responsible for the uccessful completion of the Hrsl rade Group solicitation in the ampaign The chairman, whose wife is president of .tewih Family and hildren's Service, an important local b e n ef iciary agency ol the CJA campaign, will be in charge ,.( the folli oups in the Services Divis on: Printing, Advertising, Cletners and Lauiulr-.es. Amusements and Vending Machines, Travel AgenctW, and Beauty Parlors, all oi whom will be led by key people in these industries f. AlBfRT PAllOT BURTON P. GOIDSTEIN STATEMENT OF CONDITION as of december 31, 1963 RESOURCES Cash and Due from Ranks U.S. Government Securities $12,780,352.83 State, County and Municipal Bonds 7,514,166.26 Other Securities 1.179,516.61 TOTAL SECURITIES ~~ T.oans and Discounts Federal Reserve Bank Stock Real Estate Owned Leasehold Improvements Furniture and Fixtures Customers' Liability—Letters of Credit and Acceptances Accrued Income and Other Resources.... TOTAL RESOURCES LIABILITIES Deposits Letters of Credit and Acceptances Unearned Income Accrued Taxes, Interest, Etc.. Capital Stock £ 2,000,001.00 Surplus 2.000,000.00 Undivided Profits i.ooi 497 37 TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS '' ~~ TOTAL LIABILITIES $14,347,488.22 21,474.035.72 27.171.717.50 120.000.00 101.786.62 574.571.97 242.274.63 297,802.45 618.061.47 $64,947,738.58 $58,482,791.14 297.802.45 720,964.01 444,683.61 $ 5,001,497.37 $ (tin Board' Robert Pentland, Jr. VK. Chairman ol ih. s**4 Louis C. Adelson Chairman, Adnaort Committta S. L Seltzer riM.d.nl Alvin Cassel < Alexander S. Gordon James Gerity, Jr. Nathan S. Gumenick S. J. Halperin Benjamin N. Kane Harold A Landfield A L Mailman Hank Meyer Jay R. Schwartz John J. Scully Jacob Sher J. Bernard Specter MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK =^^^ OF MIAMI BEACH 4* LINCOLN ROAD MALL MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 0~r 30 Y..r. of McH.4 S.rvic. to rA. ComZnlty mm* mm mmnmm mm mm *mm coition



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TT V~iA~' aqe 14-A Javis/t ncrlctietn Friday, Janucrry 10. 1964 Browsing With Books: By HIIARY MIWPUM H Haparash, the Horseback-Rider, and the Fate of Europe I. found him prisoner ,, the Ru^ans in *.,*,. .hen. wi!y ,^ ~^ £ jJJ—ft**," having fled to Germanoccupied Rumania, a concenlratight woild "I I.uiopcs .u tion camp inmate, lie escaped execution at the last lien Of the coming terror. moment and ioined an uiidersround movement to rescue i„ six somewhat separate DOOM, the author unio -"S WHO FLEES THE LION. By J. Klein-Haparash. 650 pp. New York: Atheneum, 162 E. 38th St. $7.95. hgOVELIST J. KLEIN-HAPARASH, whose name in He%  !" brew rings symbolic changes on his theme, could be hero in his own kind of novel. Rumanian-born, he fought s an Austrian during World War I. later making illegal rips into the Soviet Ukraine to intorm American Dews* •apers of the pogroms. A political journalist for (Mrian and Rumanian newspapers, he criss-crossed Europe iahy times, sometimes on horseback. Early World War while the dps children from Eastern Europe. From 1944 to 1MB, he lived in Russia; since 1946, he has been an Israeli The book itself, a best seller in Europe, has the same sweep. Centering in Rumania. Poland and Austria, just pie-World War II, it weaves several stories into a huge saga in which the dying aristocracy of the landowners Is set alongside the rising Communist leadership and the uniolds vat panorama which has periods of tense mystery and Three-Four, which m'roCapitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN Clearer Definition of U.S. Pclicy on Jews Washington £LEARER DEFINITION may bel ** given to American policy ml 196-1—an election year—on issues! of special interest to Americans ofl Jewish faith. Even if i%l were! not an election year. 1964 would! bring interesting developments The new Administration ol Presi dent Lyndon is. Johnson remains! lo hi defined in terms ol specific stands on many questions. The White House has made known that a continuity with the Kennedy policies may be anticipated. Fulfilling a commitment by the late President and canceled by his assassination, the new President has agreed to address supporters of the Welz m.inr. Institute of Science. When he speaks in New York on Feb 6 Mr. Johnson will review AmericanIsrael relations and put himself on record. UN listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Reaction to Cruelty !" 1 United Nations \£ >, QNCE AGAIN, Syria has been *^ caught with Israeli blood on its governments hands—and even the most hardened people, diplomatic and secretariat personnel I, w< re shocke ; by the calousnese oi the Damascus authorie The in s thai Israel and Syria exchanged pri lers after man) months of benegctiations, pursued bj the United Nations hi I been cause foi pride here. Secretary Genera' U Thant and his Undersecretary for Polil lirs Di Ralph J. Bunchc, were given i'.in I credit for achieving thai exchange, in i hich Israel gave back to the Syrians is ol their nationals getting in return 11 Israelis who had been held in Syrian jails. Noi overlooked, either, was the facl th..i Israel's delegation here had pursued thai objective quietly, tactfully but persistently ior many months. When Mrs. Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign Minister, >. is here tor the last session "i thi General As.-emblj she met with Mr, Thant and Dr. Bunchc several times on thi issue, Prior to her arrival during her presence, and after she left, the >ns were carried on by Michael s. Comay. Israel's permanent representative here, At last, the exchange took place, But what did Israel find? Most of the Israelis held by Syria, for main years some of them imprisoned nee 1948, showed the ravages of most cruel, n,lii mane treatment. They had been tortun i i cruelly that it was fearful that some of them maj have to spend the rest ol their lives in mental institutions. Two ol the returnees were in such shock that they could not even give their own names. Those who had managed somehow to keep their sandy reported that one Israeli prisoner had been murdtred; another committed suicide while in prison; n third attempted suicide several times and was saved by his Israeli jailmates It so happened that, on the day after the prisoners had beer, exchanged, an Egyptian spy. trained lor many years especially ior the job of spying on Israel, was arraigned before a magistrate in Tel Aviv, There was do doubt about the mans career—he had confessed. But, just the same he was being given due process in an Israeli court Israel was observing not only its own laws-but interaationol law as well. The Syrians, on the other hand, had violated every international law on the books through the manner in which they had treated the Israelis in their prisons. They had violated he Geneva Convention, had ignored the United Nali.ns Charter, had torn up the Universal Declaration of Human Rights! i In that address, his first to a Jewish audience since assuming the Presidency. Mr Johnson will be mindful ol emerging problems, it will come at a time wh.-n a crisis is threatened over Israel's plans to divert waters within its boundaries tor irrigation, The Arabs have threatened hostilities to prevent this project Mr .ion.'son is already aware ol the continu ng military buildup ol the United Arab Republic and the heav; flow oi ultra-modern Soviel weapons to the Nasser regime Nasser bas obtained tanks ami jet-bombers more advanced in esign that those the United states insisted that Russia remove Irom Cuba. Nasser's rocket program has continued without interruption, aided by ex-Nazi scientists from \V"st Germany. France is displaying both a lack ol technical ability and political inclination to meet Israel's mounting defense needs. Having lost their position in North Africa, the French are now seeking a rapprochmer.i with the Arabs, viewing Arab mat kets for French products and coexistence in the Meditei'tanean area. France's tics with Israel are proving embarrassing. This development will cause Israel in 1961 t> turn to Washington for the purchase of arms to balance those acquired by Nasser from the Soviet Union. Israeli soldiers are now being trained in the the Hawk anti-aircraft Kennedy ordered sold fhe actual missiles will be installed in Israel, ready to shoot down marauding jets before hall ol Lhe new year h is elapsed. The need to maintain ., balance of power in ,! "' Uidd'e Easl to prevent Arab egression is known to Mr, J i; ison, lie ci mn ented meaningfullj i tinvery subject when he served as Senate ity lea r Working closelj with Mr. Johnson on -nes will be Ineputy -pee;, r. in |, man who performed the same duties for thi dent. The White House will seek ratificati i uted Nations treaties on Ho.nan Rights and cide. Mr Feldman commented that the 11 ministration "will do whatever is necessan to port ratification." Hearings on immigration reform legislation originally requested by President Kenned) row been -cheduled ior mid-January. Mr man said President Johnson would "aggres seek reform ol outmoded and undesirable a ,,. oi the Met arran-w.-lter Immigration Acl President Johnson voted, as a Senator pat age of the McCarran-Walter mi m the unsuccessful attempt to u Truman's veto. President Johnsoi gards immigration reform as consistent with ind.-ive for domestic civil rights and non-discrimuiatory treatment oi all persons. the and intrigue. Hooks One duee hero and heroine, are the best, lacking the turgwtity and endless petty dialogue which restrict the general movement of the novel The hero, Alda. born to nonility and luxiirv. is also the beloved leader of a rescue organization. for whose mission he disguises himself as a peasant — rather an extraordinary' one. At this point. Irs lite runs headlong into that of Mira Rosen Linkhand, who began by slarving in a cellar and by sheer passionless drive lifted hersell into the fabulous Linkhand family, Jewish dynasty of diamond merchants (with echoe> of Rothschild style), At this point too, however, the pace of the book slows measurabJy. bogging down in the minutia of the mechanics of the Communist communal farm and a dizzying new set of charactrrs. 1 confess to a general weakness for the history-swept grandeur of the panoramic novel: from "War and Peace" and "Magic Mi untain all the way down to F.dnn Ferber's "Giant" and -Cone With the Wind.'' I find a special enchantment in the wideness of vista, But this book, for all itportraiture and diversity, lost me well In-fore the middle, 1 hoped to the end to be able to return, but the ^ sense il confusion with plot and distance from a multi I tude of characters increased with unfortunate persistence. Pancroma: By DAVID SCHWARTZ United States to operate missiles wh'ch President to Israt • against and also President Predictions for '64 AS WE LOOK forward to 1964. ** there aie some predictions hat we inaay make. There will ontinue to be no anti-Semitism in srael I know some people are ; sed in argue the point. They ly, ii there is no anti-Semitism i Israel, hov iit that there are i lew Jewish millionaires there' AI\ Iit that all the Jewish mil... a i in other countries? Still. I insist ino anti-Semitism 1:1 Israel and it will re ..i 1 predict th 1964. R will continue to pri li I • %  matzi %  i ithi i more, i pre' i hchct .' ill come out with a statethat I ban itor fie benefit ol that Khl he\ has been greatlj disturbetting in the ti eth ol Jews and it i< I ntal troubles that lie is 1 n that he will the 7. te ami he is only the United States Hie mom j arm> and • sue a statement • • i i and will help exi--h stati soon as the Amcriliim monej and food to keep larvii I hou En-Lai will endorse the 1 i Isr iel and prohibit the import into an i Hi brew prayer bo. ,' : Vmerii an Council for ent char ing that I pi Judaism conspiracy %  Zi nists to elect Ben-Gunon —' tor from Idaho ,,'A,',"'' ,hal %  [srae scientist will discover leftover borscht can be desali '" jl '" : water Between You and Me: How a Penniles: JEROM A PENNILESS Jewish boy o New YorkLower Fast Side to b coming a British knight is a very lor ioad. The road is even longer from be ing an unknown struggling young artii to becoming acknowledged as one < the foremost artists of the twentietl century. Jacob Epstein, the son ol : poor Orothodox Jewish immigrant i New York, has achieved both: he be came Sir Jacob Epstein, and few modern 7c equal his fame today. An excellent book about him by Richard Buckle in published bv the World PublisMni By BORIS SMOIAR Boy Bscame a British Knight to give I'U '" "sts ol her husband to Israel. ''" ;; "w Jewish faith and ".' %  other. Epstein was uiptors can The.!SC Company, tellthe and presents a portrait ot —ographs oi Enetem. Sculptor." *Z r^^!^-^ "' %  early years. Here book fascinating siory of his life his personality. Richly illustrated" with"photo7ra more than G')(, nf hie ,.-u..u •„_ ~-p.„-. J£~a 2,;::ft -5-5, S ZJUZOS. 2 L2 in 11*01. Lady Epstein agreed telling the story ol how the story of his own and walking in thL 1 T b y carr >' n R a P !" ycr the title,., h, "j h !,, | n 'V ( w,th beared father. And here is an „ne sk e ;„ T" """ SyWfUe." "Friday Night IV.vr' ,f pra >' in R J ew entitled le PhiUin" in a sketch ,11\ ert is a b y la >" n g hls ," l, ,l ."" rhl Morning Prayer" here the theatre or fe,, w Jews iuiiuV,vnr'. 1,S "' 1 ? W 8to M*e interest in UL. and And here refleCted :llt "'-' "I the poor Jew 'i his early drawings, whicl



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Page 4-A + le*lsiincr/dBan_ -Jewish Floridlan BVM.T ,li,ec I!*': bv Tl..lavish Plorldian OFFICE end PLANT 120 ri.E. Sixth Street ^^SSK&AVVM^ Telephone FR 3-4ti05 ^ ^ p „ b •^uh^ty .-d Teletype Communications Miami TWX ^S^ m ^tHI FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and PuWrsh^r Th. ffifl,., i3Ba45& Bgg SSfuSS^"* LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor 6 u B s c R njTi o £ R AT E S SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher on. Ye.rW.oo Town Upo Th R r qu ,Sr .__ '• 777 ZT" Number 2 ISRAEL BUREAU Volume 37 ,____ in i 96 4 Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv Israel Frutag JaBUy 10. RAY U. BINDER Correspondent 25 levein on _____ during the week as i see it • • • by LEO MINDLIN urtranwi • Syria Must First Agree wmm SABRP DANCE The International Red Cross has agreed to investigate the condition of Israeli prisoners languishing in Syrian jails. Agreement came after Israel charged that eleven of her nationals are still being held behind bars, and the physical condition of the risoners returned to Israel in an exchange real early last week suggest the certainty ot cruel treatment to which those not freed have C lso been subjected. The difficulty with the Red Cross agreer ent is that Syria must accede to the invest* cation before it can take place. In other words, if Syria refuses, the Red Cross will be : ble to do nothing about it. We are not very optimistic about the poss.bility of such a Syrian agreement. The phys.cal condition of the returned prisoners is %  enough reason for the feeling. Deserving Among Us The massive establishment of John F. Kennedy memorials by Jewish organizations .n Israel reflects the high esteem in which Mr. ;:enndy was held and the genuine sense of loss they have felt a? his passing. A good deal of this, we suspect, stems :rom the sentimental facts of the late Presirent's youth. It also stems from the by now unalterable shrine of human rights upon which his memory has been set as his major achievement. It is good to see so many of us willing participants in these memorials, particularly '.n the case of President Kennedy, whose of::ce as leader of the free world invested in him the capacity to work effectively toward those goals which all men of good-will hold dear, Jews significantly among them. But sentiment apart, we are saddened by the fact that other Americans, who have also 0 spired in this direction, and who are even more positively responsible for the existence cf Israel today than Mr. Kennedy could ever claim, do not find themselves similarly lionised. We join with heartfelt respect the memcrials to President. Kennedy. These columns scand as mute testimony to our regard for him ever the years, and to our mourning at his ::agic death. It should therefore not diminish cur respect for his memory even fractionally vhen we suggest that similar honors be accorded men of equal, and in some cases greater achievement, so far as Israel is concerned. This is especially true of men who are still among the living. Should we wait until they can no longer enjoy our expressions of gratitude and esteem before we enshrine them? Or is it merely the sentiment that elicits the moment of generosity? Fri day, January 10. 196* T HE ARAB NATIONS in general and Egypt in particular are spending huge sums of monev these days to propa gandize their cause. Precisely what their cause JWfflC difficult to say were it not for their relentless animosity to ward Israel. In all other things, they arc as diverse in their views as they are nar row in their private interests. Particularly with respect to Njmr -J^*£jff the funds he is expending in vicious > '""^ SSM RWtTJ^-LS L funds are dra 7n fact, and without exaggeration, the ilreiftr "***%* even deny him the rlgM W behavior sh ould come from Egypt structive purposes. That sucn o country like Jordan is galling enough; '^'t also comes from a M*** w: a ThX— K i gdom cTn lav claim* no such deception. cienc >!" !JI" !" 111\L heen ioining the shout fest for years, Jordan might indeed W.^ *•** ^ ^ ^ JlA postponement. But neither the distance in time nor the denials, themselves, are sufficient to wipe the facts off the pages of history. Shadowy and unreal though the proceedings may seem, the bestiality of these Nazi personnel is a matter of record. Twenty years later, justice still needs to be done. And while one should feel grateful that the willing instruments of the Nazi scourge are finally being brought before the bar of justice, a sense of suspicion nevertheless lingers with respect to a rehabilitated German people who lived comfortably with such criminals in their midst all of this time. The Facts are Unchanged The Frankfurt trial investigating in wholesale numbers persons accused of assisting in the annihilation of some 4,000.000 Jews in Auschwitz and Birkenau during the Nazi area is taking on an eerie tone. Principally, the trial seems to be a shadowy reincarnation of unbelievable events that took place some twenty years ago. There is a sense of vision as through the inverted end of a telescope, with everything in miniature and somewhat unclear. To add to this impression, the long list of accused persons giving testimony are all broken physically, aged and even ill; and all ere anxious to give the impression that they could not possibly be guilty of the crimes of which they have been accused. The denials are, of course, legion. The trial resumed early this week after a short Middle East nation. •:• Middle East Observance Former Congressman Brooks Hays has been named national chairman of Brotherhood Week to be observed next February. Mr. Hays has been on leave as special assistant to the President. Those of us who have from time to time had correspondence with the U.S. Department of State know Mr. Hays' name well. As Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, he has been chief cook and bottle washer for the State Department, serving as buffer between a too frequently outraged American Jewish community and the Department's policy in the matter of Middle Eastern affairs. Men as distinguished as his former congressional colleagues, Rep. Seymour Halpern and Rep. Leonard Farbstein, could never elicit a reply from Secretary of State Dean Rusk, himself, when they made inquiries of the Department. It was always Mr. Hays who signed the letters. Now that Mr. Hays has taken on the chairmanship of Brotherhood Week for 1964. perhaps something of the spirit of the occasion will rub off so that he can report back to the State Department on what it is American Jews complain about when it comes to the nation's Middle Eastern affairs, and why it is so many of them react with anger when they receive his stereotype buffer replies. To say the least, the Middle East could use a Brotherhood Week of its own, possibly with Mr. Hays as chairman there. THE MOST LAUGHABLE OBSERVATION Of ALL IT IS THEREFORE fundamentally realistic to suggest that Jordan's I very existence depends upon a viable and successful Jewish State Only Israel stands between Nasser and the decline and fall of th, Hashemite Kingdom. That Hussein has chosen to ape the propagMdi 0) his stronger and more resourceful Arab colleagues is merely s reflection of the cold realities of Middle East political experience Hence on anv ordinarv day. you can turn your dial in Jerusalem to Radio Amman and listen to florid men and women announcers seem inglv at random demanding the complete destruction of Israel. There are "stock phrases they use for this the favorites being variations of "the Zionist usurpation of Palestine." On a recent visit. I heard Radio Amman refer to the 'so-called State of Israel.'' which seems to be one of the most laughable observations of all. For a leisurely flight over this part of the world easily defines the verdant .-oil ot Israel against a sea cf lazy, useless Arab sands', and it is not difficult to determine precisely which of the territories below do little more than merely pretend to national purpose Be that as it may. except for instances in the English Jewish press, whose province these considerations clearly are. I can hardly recall an occasion when American newspapers ever bothered to report the repeated examples of Jordanian propagandistic aggression, calling by radio for the annhiliation of Israel. After all, this is an incontrovertible violation of the United Nations Charter, among other things, and the UN. particularly these days in the wake of the assassination of President Kennedy, seems to be in especially sentimental favor for on-the-job newspaper editors. •:•:• •:• [XAMPLE Of SHEERLT SPONTANEOUS ANTI SEMITISM CORGET THE PARADOX of the quiet expressions of cooperation %  between the two countries achieved, unhappily, only when no other Arab leader is looking. I remember with keen discomfort even today the degree of hatred Radio Amman could muster in its un relenting call for the annihilation of the Jewish State on Israel's 15th anniversary of independence. Now comes Pope Paul's trip to Jordan and Israel, and suddenly the American press has awakened On Saturday. Radio Amman re ported: "The Pope will doubtless recall while approaching this holy river (Jordani and the town of Jericho how the Jews in biblical days betrayed Christ This promptly made bold headlines in newspapers across the l s.. bringing back to mind the anuuish-filled days during the Palestine Partition debates at the United Nations, when Dr. Charles Malik, then Lebanese Ambassador to the world peace organization, rose to argue against the plan by wondering how anv (in' could seriously consider giving the Holj Land back into the hands of the killers of Christ Mj own franklj jaundiced feeling about II all is that the detailed account of the Radio Amman report in lasl week's papers, which alsc drew attention to Jericho as "the center of (iu.OOO poor Palestir.' refugees, the victims of world Zionism and treachery." were less examples ot frank Aral, sympathy or blatant Israel animosity thai of sheeriy spontaneous anti-Semitism •2" •:•• %  EVOKING THE 010 IMAGES OF BIGOTRY THERE ARE OTHER factors lure, of course, among these also the general Christian antipathy toward the realization that the holy places sacred to their beliefs have been divided up between two faithahen to them. Hence, in the reports of the Pope's repeated cros-ini:between Jordan and Nrael are to he tound this incessant refrain: the sandbag bunkers and armed soldiers of both strife-torn nations, all ot this foreign not only to Christianity itself, but to the purpose of the I ontiff s pilgrimage in the first instance. Nevertheless, in any contest involving Jews and Arabs, the Arnbs were bound to win hands down last weekend. For this reason, there was more than zestful anti-Semitism behind the report ot the Radio Amman program, itself a well-timed Jordanian appeal to fundamental Uirist.an anti-Jewish feeling. There were also the deliberately buried. %  I not entirely ignored accounts of Pope Paul's stav in Israel. These were principally to be found In the %  s hirt-tail" paragraphs to florid accounts of the Pope's travels through Jordan, which described the onH* rt 'P>'" he received at the hands of hundreds of thousands of prayerful liashemites shouting "Baba Baba ." (Pope in rt !" 3t>ic), thPSP "ftl Sl ,T h l '; rci ms,an s. it is difficult to be realistic about ml L „f ,.K Jordan has a PP"'ation of about one and a hall Win doe, 22 T Hi Ut 0f eu r > hundrt,d P" sons are Moslem !" A f h S nU un ~ ,hat J d !" is engaging in political to Tee-.11 .. Tf '? %  %  %  ** K <>" best interests, if we are Husseinv^, 3 .", ly ,Wael s,ands between Nasser's designs and here %  fffM* 0 *' ,Vrh: >s • But ** H !" r <*"* vtd oremd n iS"" rmi "^in of the American press, and the intoSance tKt M 1 "* to ev0ke ,ht old ,ma M < bi otry anri i"stoc mus, u\ I„ T '" C' Pope PMJ 'I visit to the Holy Land sou gtsted must ultimately be out rooted.



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"•Jewish Floridian Volume 37 — < Number 2 Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Miami, Florida, Friday, January 10, 1964 Two Sections — Price 21-* Pope Praises Jewish Role In Religious Life of World President Johnson confers in the White House with Myer Feldman. whom he has asked to remain as Special Deupty Counsel and advisor on Jewish and Israeli affairs. Feldman discharged similar functions for the late President Kennedy. Explanation of USIA Film Satisfies Jewish Leadership DEPENDS RECORD Of PIUS .PAGE HA JERUSALEM (JTA) — Pope' Paul VI, the first Pontiff ever to u-it the Holy Land, told Israeli President Zalman Shazar that he includes in his prayers the Jews is "the sons of the people of the Covenant whose part in the religious history of mankind can never he forgotten." KING SEES WAR THREAT Meir Hits Hussein Propaganda; Says Jordan Exploited Visit The RtmtUTs statement to PresJERUSALEM-(JTA)-Mrs. Golds Meir. Israels Foreign Minis) Ident Shazar. in response to a denounced King Hussein ot .Jordan this week, accusing him of expli • %  ..•reeling bv Mr. Shazar at Megiding lor -political propaganda" the visit ol I'ope Paul VI to Christi lno, was one ol the highlights in Ity s Holy Places in Jordan and Israel. i crowded 'ay. during which the NEW YORK (JTA — The leaders of nine major national organizations expressed satisfac tion this week over the explanation offered bj the United States ation Agency in reply to [ %  harges thai the Agency had dc•A!R COMMENT fudge Drops libel Hearing WASHINGTON — (JTA Fed ral District Judge Alexander Rollzoff ruled this week that describing an attack on 'political Cionist planners for absolute rule pa one world government" as an Semitic diatribe" was a fair inment and threw nut a 14.400,libel suit against the com men (ator, During his testimony against the I istration's trade expansion lei in August. 1962, Curtis I!. Dall. Washington investment banker. Continued on Page 3 A leted from a television film on President Johnson a scene showing a rabbi out of tear that the lilm would meet with disfavor in the Mi .die East. Replying to a letter on the mat ter written to each one ol the organisations by Donald M. Wilson. acting director of the I'SIA, the groups leaders -aid that they were "impressed" by the evidencein the letter that the USIA "has laithfully reflected the American Gallon with its sihnic and religious segments to peoples in all pans ol the world." Ascribing the original allegation to "a misunderstanding" between the agency's television officials and television writers Rod Serling and Bill Froug, Wilson explained in identical letters to the nine organizations that, although "a reference was made to placement problems in the Middle East in connection with a suggestion of possible inclusion of footage of a rabbi," the matter "quickly became academic when Rod Serling himself changed the concept of Continued on Page 8-A The exchange was the first disIcacler ot world Catholicism was pule between the two countries on hailed by hundreds ol thousands ; n official level over the Pope's of Israelis—Christians. Jewish and unprecedented pilgrimage It was Moslem-on his historic pilgrimtouched off bv a statement by age to this country. Mr. Shazar King Hussein that the Papal pilhad welcomed the Pope in Hegrimage would not help improve brew. The Pope, m turn, concludrelations between Jordan and Ised his remarks by using a Hebrew rael. He said the existing situaword twice—the word -Shalom." tion was "almost a threat ol ar and has been since 1948. There are still rel igee camps The feeling i.'i the Arab world is that Israel, as it stands, Madesign., and plans to carry further the aggression and to expand at our exse." SO FIRMS NAMED It was a bright, clear day, as the Pope, with his entourage of three cardinals and other Catholic dignitaries, entered Israel at the town of Ta'anach, opposite the Jordanian border village of Jenin. That frontier post, usually closed to any travel between Jordan and Israel, was Continued on Page 5-A He called Israel's projected use of Jordan River water for Continued on Page 7-A BACK ON REGULAR SCMIDUtE Auschwitz Trial Resumes As Witnesses DenyTheir Guilt Pinch Spy Trained in Cain; Posed in Israel as a Jew TEL AVIV (JTA) Kabarik bcoblan, an Armenian born in |airo who, recording to the Israeli tcurily authorities was given roful training for spying opera foi's insi le Israel over a period years, was arraigned here in %  -Irak's court on charges of %  %  age. and ordered held for days for further interrogation fccurity officials said: "We have : -h here." Jacoblan's story and his pre%  ration for an espionage intellihehalf ol the Egyptian intelli tace read like a cloak-and-dag tr thriller after it had been repaled by the security officials fre. In Cairo, where he had be [mo a photographer, he attendan Egyptian intelligence Ihool. Given false identity papTs. with which he registered as Arab refugee, he was sent to Ptil. There, an Egyptian agent. Salim Aziz el-Said, sent him to Sao Paulo, where Jacobian pre Rented himself as a Jew by the name ot llzhak Kochuk. As preparation for his posing as a Jew, he had been circumcized in a hospital in Cairo, and had been trained in a certain amount of Jewish tradition. He "proved" his Jewish background in Sao Paulo by showing photographs of the Jewish cemetery in Cairo and claiming that one of the tombs had held the remains of his Jewish grandmother. From Sao Paulo he went back to Kio de Janeiro, where he registered with the Jewish Agency as a Jewish emigrant to Israel Arriving in Israel, in 1961. with secret Egyptian orders to join the Continued on Page 3-A FRANKFIRT (JTA) — West Germany's biggest war crimes I rial since the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal of 1940. involving this time 22 former guards, olli dais and medical personnel at the 1 n f a m o u s Auschu Itz-Birkenau death factory, charged with complicitv in the murder of 4.000.000 persons, most ot them Jews, was resumed here Monday The proceedings, which opened two weeks ago and recessed, got, under way in earnest with the questioning of the accused "good" Nazis. Presiding Justice Hans Hotmyer heads the trial, with two other judges and three alternate jurists on the bench with him,, while a jury of six and four alter-' nate jurors are sitting by. The first to be questioned was Emil Bendarek, an inmate of Auschwitz who, according to the prosecution, had his life spared when he agreed to help murder other prisoners. A trustee of Ber.darel; is accused of having beaten one man to death, helped kill eight others, and dousing other prisoners with cold water as they stood naked outdoors until they froze to death. So far. all the accused have denied the charges of murder, torture and complicity in mass execu tions. Several of them have advanced the usual Nazi contention that they had to carry out orders to kill—or lace death themselves, Continued on Pa.ge J6-A AJCom. Lists Utilities Bias Against Jews NEW YORK (JTA) The American Jewish Committee made upblfc last week a list oi .50 utility corporations in the United Stati where, according to A. \l. Sonnai end, president ol the AJC, "discriminatory harrierexist against .lews, both at the recruitment and promotion levels Among the firms listed are 10 ol the leading utilities m the country, including American Tele& relegraph (New York ; Consolidated Edison (New York); Pacific Gas & Electric (San Franvisco); Tennessee Gas Transmission (Houston); Commonwealth Edison (Chicago); American Electric Power i New York), Southern Company (Atlanta); Public Service Electric & Gas Newark); Southern California Edison (Los Vngeies); and El Paso Natural Gas l El Pa.-o'. Many of the accused companies issued denials, stressing that they employ persons of varied religious beliefs. Among the firms that issued such denials were American Telephone 4 Telegraph, Western Union, Consolidated Edison, Public Service flectrie & Gas, Long Island Continued on Page 6-A CJA Sets $1 r 386 r 500 Goal for 1964 A goal ol $1,386,500 was unani mously adopted at the first meeting of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Monday evening. Greater Miami Jewish Federation President Sidney Lefcourt proposed the goal as "a realistic and attainable one," and the 15 Campaign Cabinet members accepted the goal and pledged to Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign chairman. "to exceed this amount and thus bring additional support to Federation's agencies in the local community and to the lifesaving work of United Jewish Appeal overseas." Dr. Lehrman and Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan proposed an official nine-week campaign schedule, from Sunday, Feb. ?, which will be highlighted by a campaign opening dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel, and ending with a closing campaign dinner on Thursday, Apr. 14. •The proposed schedule will ncrmit us to have an intensive campaign highlighted by meetings •uch a* the Women's Division initial Gift Luncheon, the second annual Westview Country Club Tournament arcl Dinner, and a full ram for the Residents Divi-I.PII. Trades and Professions CounContinued on Pajt 2-A



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I lUdcry, January 10. 1964 •. Ifn>i*fi nrurtrffann Page 11-2 Mizrachi Dinner at Deauville Jan. 19 To Honor Beach Councilman Galbut Mi/rachi Hapool Hamizrachi Will hold a dinner on Jan. 19 at the Deauville Hotel. Sol Kashin, chairman of the iloc.il organization, said Miami Jlravh City Councilman Hyman P. Kialbut will be honored at the < t which is scheduled to begin I RregatlOD; an.l Emanucl L'ngar. X\ith a. reception at 5 p.m.. to be) Voting Israel of Greater Miami. l|.,llowed by a dinner at 6. s,..,,.,„•> .., hl ,| in „..,.,,. >. ..... This year's dinner will mark th Ueth Tfilah Congregation; Morris, Moskowits, Beth Jacob Congrega Ition; Joe Zalis, Beth El Congregation; Jerry Schechtcr, Beth Is-! rael Congregation; Morris Steinbock, Etz Chaim Congregation; Milton Kahn. Kneseth Israel Con: MUiuni. Irvine Allan, Ali<> Artn.fi. Murra) Ui-rkowllx, IMillip Iterkowita, .1 • [-..in.111. ii,. n |,|. i. MoiriM l:i, in nf-Ul, Mr.-. Anna Ulock. Ilyinnn Cnalincr, Abe Chlil. Luuia Clincnt, Jacob Coin II. .!••.%  i-ii iv.i, II. Rev. H. Cooper, Abraham I'luu, IJOUIB I'uliliii. Abe --.i--in" iv. i H. i-:i-. n-i. in. MvrriH t-'rank, Morrta I .'iedmitn. I'mii A lial'•>•>. Mi.-. Samuel li.'Umi. Iliirrj 'i-ii. i. linn Oilman, Nathan cstnaburg, '" (lluokuvskj, Maurice GoMrlng, JiiHf|ih dupxhor, Jacob c: Iiu.ni, ii-ni'\ <.r..iMi;in, Mogoa J. Uruiulwai^i Abraham H. %  Iruphui, • r. Aaron Unban, l >r. Donald Kuan, iit-v. Jack Kate, lUn KadueMn, IH.-..|I Kaufman, Zfcv w. Koaan, islilor Ki.uii. i. Rabbi Bugene Labovlta, i H l.. in. r, l M ii win Makovaky, i •• uii Makovaky, William Mechanic;, lte David Until, II, in >• I', in h..nsk> Abraham I'op|.<-r, Saul Poruah, Man Kappapuri, Itaj lledman, Samuel iCt'iiiiiarct, Harry Roaen, Harry K"*cn-i bary, Murray Roaenbers, MorriM Kack^iman, J. SSoldan, Leonard SSllbert, l Meyer baukron, llev. II. .1. fteim, IM. M. Zuckernutn. S.illl Srllai-llllii. M'.rris Srhurlit,: Habbi Dr. isaac llirsh Ev< Canti r Abraham Self, Aba Khafron, .Mr-. JU.uu.S liajiqU i, .1. Ijy_.-i.lni.ni|;i lit v. .!• %  ••• i-ii Pnapiio. 'inRpuw, winiii > si*-s l. MtcnaeJ Hoaaln, Morrlf WaTdtlUU), ."-aiu W'al'linall, lleiij.wn i n uvismaii. Herman Welntranb, Harrj spiritual leader of Agudath I rael Hebrc.v Institute, is publici chairman. Greene Seeking Commission Seat Rep. Pepper to be Principal Speaker *'j;£^S Beach Zionists Slate Installation; • Honorary chairman of the fiinc n here is Max Jlecht, president I Miami Beach Chapter. Co.' Ben Ciller will be installed president of the Miami Beach Zionist District in dinner dance ceremonies Sunday evening at the Deauville Hotel. The function will start with a cocktail party at 6 p.m.. to be followed by dinner at 6:30 In the Napoleon Boom. Iliairmcn are Hev. Solomon CoopItev. Joseph Krantr, Jack Ci-. i r.t, Louis Dublin, Ely Fechman, ilton Kahan, I. B. Kramer. Louis, rwitzer, Sol Kashin and Phillip I-rael Stars for 1963 presented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America. Rabbinical Committee: Rabbi U.inovilz. Rabbi Jonah E. Jplan, Rabbi Dr. Isaac llirsh Rabbi Alexander Gross, lobi Morris L. Horovitz, Habbi l.\ Lipschitz. Rabbi Joseph E. |ckovsky, Rabbi David Lehr-I jld, Rabbi H. Louis Kottman. kbhi Solomon Schlff, Rabbi Sher-I |n Stauber and Rabbi Tibor H. fern, Synagogue representatives are Ilium Cohen, Agudath Israel thrcu Institute; Jack Ciment. BEN CILLER U.S. Rep. Claude Pepper will be guest speaker at the function also scheduling the installation of the following officers: Abraham Grunhuf, Joseph Mechlow, 1 Julius Rosenstein, William Smith and William Silverstein, vice presidents, Herman Weintraub, treasurer; Joseph Alter, cotreasurer. Louis Rab nnvitz, recording and financial secretary; Josh Rephun. chairman of the board; Herman Wilson, corresponding secretary; and Joseph Meyers, comptroller. William Smith and Wiiliam Silvterstein are co-chairmen of the event, which will feature a musical program arranged by Asako Tomita. Esther Barrett will be : ;it the piano. Miss Tomita is a Japanese singer, currently studying for a Master's degree in music at the University of Miami. Her presentation will include Israeli. Yiddish and international songs. Ciller, Miami Beach civic leader, banker and builder, has lived here since 1934. He is a senior vice president <>i Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, founder of the Ciller and Iryd Construction Co., and a past president of the Florida State Apartment Association. He is also a past president of the Miami Beach Apartment Owners Association. Biscayne Point J Home Owners Association, and was chairman of the Cavalcade of I Toastmaster at the Sunday function will be Metro Commissioner Judge Harold Spaet, a past president of the district, and Albert E. Ossip, chairman of the Greater Miami ZOA Presidents Council. Julius J. Rosenstein, a vice president of the district, will lead the singing of the national anthems. Bnard members to he installed along with the officers at the Sunday event inclu te William Amnnove, JHOK AII xanib-r %  %  :'li AIIIIRK, JUKI pli \h, He man Baxen, Leonard Hair, JudwJnmm Ib-rkman, II i Itlmli r, Charlm I "hai i owak) .1—;,|, i %  .ii, ,1. Nathan I >araky, JIIIIK. Mil Knalander. '/.vl I', in-i-iii. Jnaridi I'i'i.. Jacnh r rlxliman. Sam l-'ri.-liii ..,-.. Ha rj I iclii I, Isidore imMberar, MaiuUn CidilriiiK, llavld •'•••ihiian. I>a\ii| (iooduin, .lark (Surdoii !..-. %  %  SnnYrn>a, li, • ;..!,,. ,,i. i; ,I,I,( \l, \iinili i iii... -. Mow > .1 Hi unilwi i it, I" Jost-ph Harria, II. rb< ii l. ll.lk.n, l ••• y Heller, I'svn.,„ ||. %  man, > ,| Ki nholji, Rnbbl I....11 Kr n-h. I '1 at-v K"I"ii. I'anl Kwitm-.v, Sam l..i. h man, \i 1., 1 a.wlta, l>" Ii V Ills I.. Irman. I.. '••Hi.I>i Mill m l.ubarr, llai 1 % %  I. Joxcpli Mai lomph M.c-hInw, 1...a:Mvru-itxvr, Kenneth oka Al %  -!. %  • viln 1 1; osalp, 1..>..,,!, I'ardo, Mi11 r > I'latnlf, 1 • Kalilil J.. -. 1.i 1 i-: Rackovxk si'ln. %  •. Ravm I Samuel Relnhiuil, Jacob Rlfkln, un. %  i"-' i' 1 RtMM Ma\ i:.-11, 1. lard j %  1. Sa 11 Id nki inz. 1: inn u Hoih, \lItubin, luiymond 1: Mi hanii] Itudd] Jin uh .-. Ii lehter lr\ina .hatsm.in, Abiah 11 Chafer, | !-• RI 1 .-. ii. •! nan, Ui \ s. Iini idman, H 1: s.liii nix, Harulii .1 Segal, Harold Shapiro, Al Shi m an, Kiln > PRI I man, Mli hai I R -i'i Judge 11. %  : old Snai '. Jimeiih Spar, l>r. William Stander, Mr S Montacue Stone, Philip P Thau, David l.. Trnak. Jullua Tru.-hin, Theodore Truahln, MOITIH SValilman, \at. Waldman, 1 >r. Abraham Wolf. .-mi. B< 11 Zii umiinil Calling lor an "end to political sectionalism and increased dignity on the County Commission," Harold A. Greene, candidate for county commission in District 1, has opened campaign headquarters at ^009 NE 163rd St. The 37-year-old attorney told a crowd of some 150 persons that "the Metropolitan form of Government must succeed if Dade County is to progress as it should and can. "You, the voters, made clear what you wanted six years ago when you elected the Metro system," Greene told his supporters, "and it's about time you got what you asked lor then. "The new county commission must have men of broad vision ard the courage to act. The new commission must be willing to discard archaic thinking and mi A accept new methods and new thinkirg aimed to our future, rot our past," Greene continued. Greene, a native New Yorker who came lo Dade County in 1939 with his family, attended .Miami Beach Junior and Senior High Schools. He i.> a Navy veteran and a gra uate of the University of Miami Law School. Married to the former Lois Heilbronner. the Greene family now includes three children. 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Friday. January 10. 1964 +Jmlst> fhrkikiri Page 9-B CA ictwitn %  it ours* /, <£M Zi T HE Hebrew Academy of Great er Miami held its 16th an nual I :i"lar*hip dinner Sunday m^ht .;t tinDeauville Hotel. x\her< .lacob C. Coheh was guest <>i hi r. Mrs. Louis Merwitzer. whose husband is pre-i ent of the Academy, .hose ,i honey bi'igc silk with I )niatur.' satin appliquein guomi rie patterns. A pink alencon laci -worn by Mrs Sam | uel } %  nhard. and pink was also the '. .'lChoice of Mrs. Ales ai d< • iross, wife of the pnn she Aal i .1 peau de sole Ml Herman Wouk's gown featt • .i a warped punt ol black, rust d gold mi French -nun \ n ,,' • French original was Aiirr -y Mr.v Norman N Sha piro The embossed blaek -ilk teal • %  a -mall flat bow on the front the waist skimming overblousi and interesting baek detail. Irs. Irving Lchrman top pel • r black silk crepe and chili with a velvet sequine 1 jacki A full-length white silk broci e gov. n and a tiara in her hair gave Mrs. Solomon Schiff a glamorous look for the evening. in the embossed brocade worn by Mrs. Max Schreiber. A softly tailored jacket covered the sequined bodice of her sheath. Wife of the guest artist. Mrs. Myron Cohen, was in a longsleeved • black chiffon. Mrs. Joseph Cohen's black chantilly lace was reembroidered with a black metallic imported fabric and trimmed with jet tear-drop crystals. White silk brocade was the fabric in the sheath and theatre coat ensemble worn by Mrs. Ben Binder. Porcelain blue satin with full lergth panniers was Mrs. Harry Genet's choice for the evening. Mrs. Samuel Cohen wore a white satin sbcath with silver lined bugle^-and caviec No art ii -*nd pearl tear-drops encrusting her bodice. A three-piece iced blue peau de soie ensemble was worn by Mrs. Wolfie Cohen. It was composed of a sheath skirt, fitted overblouse and semi-tailored, hip-length jacket. • JTHORIZTD OCAIER MiTH Oual.tir HEARING AIDS $50 to $285 Srrvicr All U.:>eoH sell; senior warden. Henry F. Porterfield; junior warden. Gerhard! R. Schmidt; treasurer. Wendell Sumner, P M.: secretary, Lt. Col, Charles P. Eckhert, 'Set.; senior deacon. Edward L. Miller Junior deacon, Allen Brake; senior steward, James Little; junior steward. Frank Love; chaplain, Lewis Cicirelli; marshall, Jack T. Merrill; tvler. Royce A. Watson; assistant tyler, Albert F. Peter-on. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • REPAIRING Serving Dade County Over 2S Yaars 1111 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904 NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-323l| FREE DEUVERY ALL GREATER Ml Ami St 9.95 Mr. Manor %  ''laf'Mi Factory Rt p*-esent'.ive, will B< "iere to i JCUSJ last! A in Your Invitation To A Showing Of The New Spring & Summer MILLER BAREFOOT FREEDOM SHOES JANUARY 9th, 10th & 11th ARNO COMFORT SHOE STORE NEW ADDRESS S228 N.E. 2nd AVENUE TEL. 751-1012 PEOPLE OF ALL AGES Now available* America's outstanding lifetime Hospital and Surgical plan. Issued to age 100 and over. Non-Cancellable & Guaranteed renewable for life. RATES CAN NEVER BE RAISED-BENEFITS CAN NEVER BE REDUCED Underwritten by if Standard Se35 S.W. 12th AVE. LEO ALIEN. Director Ma, 9-027S. Ft 4-S437 Sawcwliiin*; in Care to HM EMerly aod Chrookolly III atHwr Nursinj Service Special OieH Strictly Observe' Private end Somi-Private Rooms — Jewish-Style Cookirtfl \ THIS PLAN PAYS FOR: Hospital room and beard Up to $50 a Day-for 36S fir*. • Surgery up to $1,006 • Emergency accident treatment up to $2,500 • Maternity expenses up to $500 Miscellaneous hospital expenses up to $1,000 4 4 4 4 4 4 9 Cleaning-laundry ~t,A Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 j ••— OKH 7 AM. • f M. Some Dmy Service Mover 4a Ixtro Chare*. < No matter how many tiaies you use your insurance and collect benefits-no matter how bad your health becomes as long as you pay premiums, your policy CANNOT BE CANCfLLfO, providing fuH protection at M increase in eeit. tor the rest af your aft. For toll information, return the ceoooa tLZZSF !" """' Phone 947-9195 NO WAITING PERIODTHESE EXPENSES COVERED FROM FIRST DAY OF HOSPITAUZATION lull,i,n if, f(s, • %  > a.li. ten tents*. Heetewtt la *• ,.,M..I.. at te U.I. tafera%  eat, *f la aaa waere pejjMM tar imiin ar sat r,,.m. J.F. 64-2 THE KAY AGENCY 16499 N.E. lth Ava. N. NHaMiN each., Flo. 3S102 • waM like furtber in.-m.t..n .1 STANDARD SICURITV'S N.n CancelUhla A Gvmrmnf* anw.hl. IMotiate H.ipil.l A S*)rlail Plain. Nexno _———— 1 ADORISS PHONE



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Tage 10-B v.lwisfi fhridicar Friday, January 10, 1964 Novelist Wouk Sees Return to Jewish Tradition By LEO MINDLIN •Judaism is the key to my ite and my work and my fa inly," Pulitzer Prize-winning nov%  lisl Heran Wouk told an auliencc of some 1.000 persons aathere.1 ;tt the 16th annual dinner meeting of the Hebrew Acadmy on Sunday ;it the Deauville lotel. The noted author of such looks as "Caine Mutiny," "Marorie Morningstar," "This is My God" and •'Youngblood Hawk" %  ainc to Miami Beach from his Virgin Islands home to speak at he function in honor of Jacob Cohen. In his address, Wouk declared that "25 years ago, the thought of a Hebrew Academy in the United States would be untenable." The renowned author said that "there was a flight from Judaism, when Horowitz became Harvey, Cohen turned to Quinn, and Stein felt he might do much better as Stevens." There is an awakening in the Tewish community today, he old the Hebrew Academy gath• ring, "We can not be sure how • leep it goes or how far it goes. 3ut that it exists is a fact best lemonstrated by your being here onight." The school itself, the Hebrew \cademy, Wouk d e c 1 a red. "proves the awakening." He explained the flight from Fudaism as "a great drive Ol lews set free in a world to seize HERMAN WOUK magnet that draws us Vocabulary 'Bee' Regulations Told Regulations for the annual He ew Vocabulary Bee have been istributed to all Jewish schools 1 Greater Miami and Hollywood. ccording to an announcement by jjseph Cohen, presid-nt ot the i ureau of Jewish Education. Objectiw of the "Bee" ito de%  lop standard word rorms an i % ebrew vocabulary worn hsis. • %  hich will be mandatory in an Hebrew departments ot Jewish -jhools. Registrations lor school : articipation call for the use of —quired word ftsts publi-hed by ie Bureau of Jewish Education %  r the early years in elementary •ades. The vocabulary "Bee" calis for articipation of grades 2, 3 and 4 3 all schools during the month %  I' January and intra-school con!Sta to determine the school lampions of the three grades inulved. Regulations of the con•st place the maximum age of 13. %  o school winner will be recogized this vear until he pawa minimum written test administerI in each school by the Bureau. On Monday. Feb. 17, the annual Hebrew dcmonsiralion by eham, ions of all schools will be held ;ii Temple Emanu-El. North School Building, when prizes will be awarded to all champions after the general demonstration of Hebrew achievement. At the same meeting, prizes will be awarded to winners of the Bureau"s annual Essay-Art Contest, co-sponsored this year by the Bureau and the Flori da Department of the Jewish War Veterans. Farband Will Meet Wednesday First meeting of the new year for Farband. Ben-Gurion Branch, is scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Farband Cultural Center. 842 Washington Ave., with President Max Astor, conducting the agenda. Manuel Burstein. vice president, and William Beckwith. financial secretary, delegates to the recent 50th Jubilee convention of the Farband held in New York, will offer a report on the conclave. Program will also include a talk on "Blue Shield and Blue Cross" by Joseph Zukerman. THE LERNERS Catering tor All Occasions Established in 1945 --aft2^2 FAMOUS 671 WASHINGTON AVE. JE113987 PARKING MIAMI FACILITY $* !" T&sfeurvri^ IHW! KS SI<:fitYI<:i IIAILV 4 P.M. to 10 P.M. YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS ALWAYS ANSWERED rh!n ^" ,Wer u V Ur ph 0ne in V or !" name. Let. than $ 5 p. r week for M{ time Telephon JJJJJ" ANSWERITE, INC. TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE Phone JEfferson 8-G721 opportunities they never had. and to belong as swiftly as they could to the magic land, where %  the chanCe to achieve seemed unlimited." For this reason, he said, "our anclenl tradition, lived and spoken in two tongues, seemed a clog to the attainment of our ambition. We resented it. and we dropped it" The noted novelist confessed that "I too suffered from it," adding that "it took me ten years of my adult life, once I decided being a Jew was a good thir.g and not a bad one, to reach the point where my son will be when he gets out of ninth grade at the Hebrew Academy." His reference was to his son, Nathaniel, a student at the Academy, who took part in the Sunday night program. "And my son will be able to do at 14." he said, "to read a Blatt Gomorrah, what I accomplished at 34 only by the greatest exertion." The massive return, Wouk said. "is still occurring, and the end is not yet seen. Much of this. I believe stems from the catastrophe of Hitler an.l the miracle ot Israel." The flight from Judaism, he said, involved more than the need to participate in America's material challenge The flight from Judaism, he noted, "came from the old rallying cry of 'Let us be like every. one else.' Jews wanted to knock down the hateful ghetto walls. and could do it best, they felt. as Harveys and Stevenses, "But after we made a place for ourselves, after we met and conquered the challenge of material America, we discovered that the real Harveys DAVE ROSNER & FAMILY INVITE YOU BACK FOR ANOTHER GREAT HOLIDAY RESERVE NOW! DAVID ROSNER S STERUH/; HOTEL FOOL dims 100?. U CONS I MEIIC0 I Dietary Laws Strictly Observed COMITAH! laillNICAl SUPERVISION •USHCIACH ON PREMISES On the Ocean at 67th Street Miami Beach Call UN 60121 Brochures & rates on request Cnl Air-Cond. Ind. 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We were the People of the Book. The words we ignor ed, the tradition that embarrassed us. were the words and the tradition upon which 900 million Christians and 400 million Mohammedans base their faith around the world All these ideologies, unthinkable except as standing on the shoulders of our heritage, found nothing to.J Le ashamed of in it. •And suddenly, neither did we," ...Id***Vnk. "ho observrd that "ours is the longest history i I all oil earth—a history that h;i> survived in the i*sfH**xm. years ol impossible conditions According to the noted author. This ithe magnet that now draws us hack to Judaism.' It is this, he said, "that has. you support this Hebrew Academy." Praising the Aca&'emy "at ore of the few outstanding such institutions in the nation," Wouk declared: "My faith is that the Torah that strvived from the Talmudic era through the generations of the ghetto will l?o survive into Hie 7lst century as the Torah ot Motet. 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Friday. January 10, 1964 fJewistt ffrrfcfinr? Page 3-A Arab Papers Hit Jews' High Place Local Zionist leaders meet at fifth annual Cavalcade of Stars presented by the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America last Sunday at Miami Beach Audi'orium. Proud of the 3.400 persons who packed the auditorium are (left to right) Albert E. Ossip, chairman of the concert; Ben Giller. president of the Miami Beach District; Geula Gill, star of the Israel Cavalcade; Dr. Morton J. Robbins, associate chairman of the National Executive Council; and Mortimer May, past national president. Spy Arrested Trained in Cairo; Posed in Israel as a Jew Continued from Page 1-A rai i ny, particularly the arm ored ( he turd to .yet into the arm; However, lie was sent lirst • Kibbutz Negbah to learn Hebrew Later, he did join the Israeli armj and. alter a year's servici 8 ked for release from the sen ce. Application for release was '.ranted. By the time he was released from army, he was already under I i surveillance of the Isra-'h l'horities. However, he was i k ed to BJO about his personal affairs, in an effort to trace hifi spies MI a ring in this country. He was finally arrested this week-end, at his home, in Ashki. Security officials said he has onfessed. < ASABLANCA (JTA) — The Moroccan Oovernment was accus-' in two newspapers this week 1 i permitting Jews to U*UI-.*BV "ex-1 i MVP place" in the economy and ol placing too many Jews m lii Foreign Ministry. "Alertness" against the Jewish i community here and against thi i ''dangers" of Zionism was sound j ed in an article in La Paix Afri | caine. The journal not only claim ed that the place of Jews in the! Moroccan economy is "'excessive,'! but said also that many Ameri cans in Morocco serve as inter mediaries between the Moroccan (Government and Israel. "Al Al.im." organ of the opposition Istiqlal Party, alleged !ht Por*i-jn Minister Ahmed Eeda Guedira has put "too many Jews" into the Foreign Ministry, and had entrusted the affairs of the Ministry "to foreigners and Jews." In fact, only ore Jew. M Asser if. heads a desk in the Foreign i Ministry today, Nut a single Jew has been named to a Foreign Min itrj post since Morocco attained' independence in 1956. Catholic Church schema which Al Alain" also criticized the would absolve Jews ol responaibil Vatican, disagreeing with these ity for the crucifixion of Jesus. Catholic prelates to the recent The publication criticized Popj session of the Ecumental Council Paul vi tor his decision to visit who pressed lor adoption of a the Holy Land. Judge Dismisses Libel Suit Brought by Senate Witness Continued from Page 1-A tol the Senate Finance Committee that the legislation was beins pushed by "political Zionist planlers lor absolute rule via one world government." lie added that the Zionists "gained the pow-! 'ito influence" and that "they have sot the yold in their hands— notwithstanding that they have had l" gather it Out Ol oceans of blood and tears." Columnist Jack Anderson, writin Drew Pearson's "MerryGo-Bound," described this as an anti-Semitic diatribe, and Dall -ne I tor $4,400,000 damages, contending that criticism of "political Zionist planners" was not antiSemitic, there being a difference between Jews and Zionists. The defense submitted-on affidavit by Herman Edelsberg, Washington director of the Anti-Defamation League office, who said that often anti-Semitic propaganda does not directly identity Jews or Judaism as the object. One of the commonest lorms of anti-Semitic attacks is an attack on Zionism or Zionist.-. This tactic is well-known in the general literature ol bigotry, Mr. Bdelsberg explainc !. [f/errnor Roosevelt Chapter Roosevelt Chapter, 11 %  ifll Women, will sponsor ,n an .i conducted by Leonard |§tei Saturdaj evening, Jan. |H5. at el H luse on the Univer' %  %  Ulflmi ear.,pus. EXPERIENCED Camp Director WANTED for SUMMER BAY CAMP I" North Dade Area Synagogue Call Mrs. Hornstein Wl 7-7528 py a .y r; s tyff)QB> 5Tfl BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIB0R H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 OTARION HEAR.KG AIDS Repair All Makes WHlLfc rOU WAIT fatterlei and Molds Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 3771022 TfRMS TRA01S MIAMI SPRAY CO. 1201 OPA-LOCKA BIVD. MU 5-1521 OPA-lOCKA, FLORIDA RENT PLYMOUTH CAR |— AND OTHER FINE CARS — A WEEK PLUjfc A MILE Convertibles $20 Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. W. FLAGLER FR 3-6765 S15



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?_ge 8-A *Jewistfk>r*U*n Friday, January 10. 19S4 • • % %  %  %  % % % %  ••• Turn Of Year By MAX LERNER At the year's turning the look backward is a hard one to take. Cher things than death must have happened in it, but what stands :.t is the single incredible murder which makes us feel the prevalence of death in the year 13 a whole. It is a hard feeling to get er. The sense of loss at Kennedy's death does us a disservice, how ever, by giving a too somber color to everything that happened dur. > the year. Actually, they were great and pivotal things which will leave their mark on the years to come. It was a sobering year in the struggle for Europe—a year that .•an with the famous de Grulle press conference and ended with e fracas at Brussels over farm products in the Common Market. Far those who have given a big chunk of their lives to build a fedt.al Europe which would be linked with America in an Atlantic comr.unity this was ;> bitterly disillusioning year. But I can't help feel:..% that il was a healthy thing for these men to encounter the reality ; inciple. which took the fortr. of the mind and will of Charles de Gi ulle, Nothing is v.ry clear about the direction that Europe will take • ring the rest of the decade. If the European idea survives the tattering that dc Gaulle #01 still be able to give it. nothing alter it Gaulle .\ill avail to destroy it. But meanwhile, the notable thing • that in order to smash the Hream of a trans-national Europe with vans-oceanic ties, de Gaulle had to put forth his own dream of a Europe from the Atlantic to the Urals." In order to counter the plans of the men who had set out to "create Europe'" (faire I'Europe). he had to offer himself as the fabulous artificer of a different kind of Europe—but still a Europe. 1 the years ahead that may turn out to be the most important thing jut the European idea in 1363. • • • That and the revolution in Eastern Europe. It was the past year that we first grew aware of how deep and tenacious is the will • vard national identity among the leaders and people of even the E viet satellites, especially in Hungary and Czechoslovakia and Ru i inia. This may add those countries to Poland and Yugoslavia in the I iks of national communism" rather than merely •Kremlin com y iinism." If this trend continues it will be followed. I think, by another e: These nations will be drawn ever more strongly to Western X irope in an effort to recapture the Europe of fifty years ago, bere World War I—the idea not of two Europes. but of one. For the first time, last ysar. this idea moved into the area of possibility. It was the year also in which the Russians and Chinese reached lat is likely to prove an enduring impasse in their relations as c.-arest enemies. From this there will flow—there have alreadv -• %  gun to How—some healthy consequences for the world as a whole. Cie has been the test-ban treaty, which must be seen as a necessary • mbol for the Russians to show off, as proof that coexistence pavs i--t in peace. The test-ban was derided the other day by Hans Morgenthau, being utterly without consequence. He is quite right if he is •. :king of concrete results, but wrong if he is talking of the indefin le thing we call a "climate or opinion." It is in this new climate that Erhard and Johnson found it pos.• )le to reopen the question of a "three-Germanv" settlement It is I this climate also that Pope Paul was able to broach his dramatic oject lor a visit to the holy places in Jordan and Israel We don't • ow whether o'her consequences will flow, but only that thev have en made possible. • • • If 1W3 then was a year of the prevalence of death, it was also %  year oi beginnings ami continuings in the direction of at least a mmer ol hope. ^Ll h *? "Pr'ant index of hope was the smoothness of! ^2fE Vr.T 3fter Kenned >"* murder, and the vigor The great exploits of individual heroic leaders may shine in hisyfirttwhSSfr Ut some,imes *• really important events m work uI'J w CXP ^ ,,S bUl ,he exan, P' e of %  an inst.t : 5 L-JTSS* % ~* S SUIS ana people as a whole who command the President in Americirth? IZLZ '..^ 2" m St tang,ed P roblem =>"ead Amtnui-the continuing civil rights revolution. I was glad to : T-StifiSSR L u,her K,ng on ,hc cover of *?&£ mJ/h.no 0 meriem Presidency works well, it has to work for me.hmg. Government is not an end in itself: it is a means t an MusiTFiimExpianation is Accepted -£&.. ioi .ic „nri ica. was signed by the beads V of South Shore Club Installation Set Some 1.000 persons arc expected to attend installation ceremon-' ies of the South Shore Citizens; %  < %  ub on Sunday evening at the' Jvxony Hotel. Vice Mayor Bernard Frank will' stall Louis Shafkin as president. T'abbi Tibor Stern, of Beth Jacob 1 Congregation, will render the in-' cation. Others to be installed include I ax D. Goldhagen, first vice pres-! Went; Sam Abalofia, second vice' president; Sam Aines, third vice' president; Harry Stempel, treas-i urr; Alice Abalofia, secretary; %  1 a Cashvan. corresponding secretary; Elsie Tulin. financial secretary. Honored guests will include Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard, Vice Mayor Frank, Councilman Malvin Englander, Councilman Hyman P. Galbut, Dade State Attorney Richard E. Gerstein. Judges of the Criminal Court of Record Jack Falk, Gene Williams and Jack M. Turner Metro Judge Gerald J. Klein, Judge Gwynn Parker, of the Civil Court of Record, Justice of the Peace Jason Berkman, Metro Commissioner Charles Hall and Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon Continued frm P* I-A the program entirely Hr ertUtie rsaasnt." Wncv policy by our officials and tea, was signed by the beads Agency pomy "j %  following organizations: to -niard against any future mis-.lhe following o „ ^standing I have reaffirmed : American Jewish Congress,. Cea our policv to all department; tral Conference of American RabNoting that it was the policy of'. ... ibis. Jewish Labor Committee, ^erfe^SSK. m£*A t ion,, h.cn was transmitted to America. Rabb.nicia. Council of that "nonetheless, to the extent Wilson by Lewis H Weinstein.: American. Union of American Hethere has been any misinterpretachairman of the National Commun-I brew Congregations. Union of Or tion of this clear Agency policy by ity Relations Advisory Council thodox Jewish Congregations of our officials and to guard against. and Rabbi Iri Miller, president America and the Lnited Synagogue any misinterpretation of this clear ot the Synagogue Council ot Amor of Am erica. 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Friday, January 10, 1964 tc*ii€fi HbrAjftif7 LEGAL NOTICE Page 15 A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. G3C 13797 K WIII.KKN LOU 18E DAVIS, Plaintiff, Hi \M-IS STEPHEN MAVIS. I >,.|Viidant ORDER TO APPEAR Viil', FRANCIS STK'I'llh.v DAVIS, residence unknown, are required lu serve a com of your answer to ihe Complaint for Divorce (lied agalnsl ,, i upon Claude M. Barnes, Attor„, i for plaintiff, % % %  %  Calumet BUI*., Miami. Blorlcht, and fill' H>original with tin<)• i k of Hits Court "ii or before the 3rd das of Februar), I % %  ;i. if veil fail t>> do co, Judgment by default will be tiik, n against you for the relief il. man,I, il in said Comp aim. Dated lihll TI h 'lay Of December. B. a LEATHERMAN cii-i i. ,.i the i 'Ircult Court isesl) i;> ; K. M. I.Y.MAX Deputy Clerk I J-IO-17-24 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Itth JUDIC.AL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C 13790 FRANCISCO .1. MIC HAELSEN. J'laintiff. ;.\r.lllELA iI/:.\ MICHABUNDN, 1 .. lendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO UABKIELA OI/1A M1CHABL8EN Calle Paaaje No; l Mtrc K y Llndero, Repgrto Bellamar, Cojlmar, Havana* Cuba. VOL" OABKIELA OLOA MICHAEL-i N. Calle Paaaje No; l ,ntre K > Llndero, Reparto Bellamar, Cojlmar, Havana, Cuba, are required to (lie your answer to the Complaint for • \ with the Clerk ,>f the, above Court, and sert •> copy thereof upon i;ino P. Nag-ret U, Attorney, :• l •11 Congress BHbt-, ni N.B. 2nd Avenue, .Miami. Florida, on or before the 3rd ilaj ,,f February, IMI, or eUv complaint iii i t.iken as confessed. Daieil nils .''iii lias of December, i: B. i.i: ITHEKMAN I • : ,. Of Ul< II. .ill Com I Bj : K. M. I.V MAN I'. puts CUI k l/S-K NOTICE BY PUBLICATION .N TH£ CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 12986 M \l". : I RET WILLIAMS, I laintiff, vs. Kl.MER it WILLIAMS. I '.i. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE :I.MI:I; it wi I.I.I A.MS lb idence L'nknoM n I ELMER it Wil.LIA.M i %  :,. >111 led that a Bill ,.i I oinilainl for I MA ores haa bei n fllrd il you, an l you ace required to % %  u< i copy "i > our Anna i i or ,I.. Hi, Hill of Complaint on I alntlff .iit' ne) SAMUEL Ml IRR18, I IH N W. : % %  t li Rtrei t, Miami, Florida, .ui'i it"' the original Vnswer of Pleading In lite office % [the Clerk of thi Circuit Court on or the 3rd das • %  February, 1964. I If you fail I,, do so. judgment l>> deli.uili ill 1),t.,k. n ugalnat you for the i' lei demanded in the Bill of Comhdaint. Tinnotice (hall be publlahed once '.li weak i<>i four consecutive weeks in THE JKWI8H Fl.i >i:il 'I AX. DONE AMI ORDERED al Miami, F!> i':l.i. this 26lh day <,| December, |V.D. ISO. i: B. LEATHBRMAN, Cb rk. It Court, Bade County, Florida |w all i:> : c. l. COPELAND Di uiity clerk lAMl'EL MORRIS, Esq. I %  %  iN.W ..'.Hi Stret Mian I, Florida kit, rnej foi Plaintiff I :i-l"-17-.'l NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •TICK IS HEREBY (HVEN thai indersigned, dealring to engage In i %  ** under the fictitious name of I'TLNHLIt INTERNATIONAL at kVeat kve., Miami Bench Intends gister nald name with the Clerk .' Circuit Court ,.f Dude County, .i.i. IATT1NGER I'l LI.It \\ 111 i.NS. INC., a XV Corp. i J-in-17-H mew tV Qig the .Messiah Cc BY HENRY LEONARD "No, Doctor, not a pill to relax me, but give me one to make me more disturbed with the ills of our society." LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13590 BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON, Plaintiff, \ s. JACK LAM Alt |l IHNSTON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: JACK LAMAR JOHNSTM.N 1354 TIIORWIII H' PLACE COLUMBUS, OHIO You, Jack La'nar Johnaton are hereby notified that a Mill ,.f C plaint for Divorce haa been filed againal you, HI. i you are required to serve .i cops of your Answer or Pleading to the BUI of Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, George A. O'Brien, Attorney, %  ::-, Amgon Avenue, Coral Cablea, M Florida and file th i nitial Answer ^ %  IPleadlpq in the office of the Clerk I of the Circuit Court on or before the ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! ^Jenisii FfcradHain solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-1605 for messenger Berries .Till day ,,r January, U>64. if you fall do so. judgment by default will taken againal you for th>relief LEGAL NOTICE nee ks ...... .. .._,.....*, ...! ,.., |||' I ,*|| demanded in the BUI of Complaint, This notice shall i,,publlahed un> each week for four consecutive a/eel in TIIK JEWISH FLtiltlHlAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this llnh day ,,f December A.l>. 19(3. K. B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade Count}', rlorlda (aeal) Byi K. M LVMAN. DI uuty Clerk DEOROE A. O'BRIEN Attorney al Law --3 Aragon Avenue Coral (tables, Florida Attorney for Plaintiff 12 :•;, 1 3-10-17 1963, Do.anu fiodjdioni LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE \i th, l,ii1 H M Sti, Istei AIN t %  u Tel. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW •TICK IS HEREBY tSIVEN thai undersigned, deeirlng to engage In n> under ihe li .in. MIS nun, %  -: "I %  > RS i IPTICA I, al •;•"! SW • %  III ii i. Miami, l %  lnt< nd t" i • I -i i name altl ihe Clerk of the %  I 'out • • n or i Klorlda I %  ill\ K '.!, KENN \. M 1> I '. ItLAK I. II.I I'MA.N, M i >. SLKK II PERI : : rney for Applli. %  '.' %  :. 231 i -' H la .1line II '.,'1 HA NOTICE UNDER FICTIOUS NAME LAW %  fOTh'E is HEREBY OIVEN that p undersigned, dealring t gaga In |slness under the fictitious name ol IT Cash A. Cany Wholesale (iroat 1450 Northwi >i ;'L'ml Htreet, |ami. Had.CoimtV, Klorlda Intends register aald name nlih lha Clerk the Circuit Court of Bade County, [>i ida. STANDARD WHOLESALE OROCERT CO, I loiida eoii".ration 100% IS90 No thweal 23rd Su-eet, .Miami, l-'ia. BERT .1. l.LU I80N "mi %  for Mia idard Wholi sale leer} Co. u -•:. I -io-n THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE L !" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND ^OR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY NO. 63C 13716 t-Nl-. SHARON SP1EH |PlalnUff, vs. JALU OEORnE SPIES I' 'efendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION I' 1 RONALD CIEOROB SPIEB, Woodland Avenue, Baltimore 15, M'ii'1. are heteby notified that a %  plaint for l dvurca haa bei n against you, ami yog sre reW to serve a copy of your answer •toon IMnlnttrrs attorney, ALVIN .• x u N. i i n I.,,,, ,,!,, i : ,,.,,| Bund. I "'' Miami Ik-ach, Klorlda, I .1 ill Ihe %  IfflCI Ol "' th< above > 'ou i ot '•''* -7. P"ii. otheiwlaa •lain] ,;y-|„ ak ,, „„ ,,,,,, .._, ,, \ %  rd daj ol Dei ember, B< %  LE kTHERMAN l< rk, in nt Com t ''I. SNEEDEN l '• put \ Clei k I-' .'7. 1 :I-|II-I7 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT OF FLORIDA. N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63 C 13450 SEII VSTI VNl %  i.vl. ..:...) Si I, I'lnlntiff, i V1NCENZA IMPELL1 so. I •• fendunt. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION Ti >: \ iii.'.nza lni|M II ISO k"i" vii %  %  %  1 me Bronx. Nt x W. ^'...i a %  %  ,n ., b. :...,! ih.it a i'. :iiplalnl for Divorce has been filed against >ou, and you are retiulred to servi a copy of your Answer or I'l, adlng to Hi, i"..ni,.!., nt for I'lvi on th,pl.iintui ".attorneys, Tallanoff, Waller >v Lit man, 120 Llni-nln Roi %  <. Miami Beach, Klorlda, and file the original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,,r h.toi. th,20th day .f January, IM4. if you fall to d„ eo, Judgment by default will itaken against you for th,' reltei* demanded in the I'oinplainf for Divorce. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami Plirlda, this lt>ih da] "f December, 1963 E II. LBATHKRMAN, Clerk, in.lit Court, Had, county, Klorlda is. mi Bj : L PNKEDEN, Deput) Clerk Tallam if. Waller Lit nag Attnrne) %  for I'bUntlff liu Liu. oin Roa l Miami Beach, l-la. II : %  •-::. I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61364B IN RE: Estate ol HYMAN WVI.i KJE Dei ..•-. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami \U Persona H." in; Claims or Demand! Againal Said Estate: You aia hereb] notified and :•• %  rn .1 in i n t %  %  lain and demands which > "ii ,r.:i. havi naalnst ih. state of HTM VN WYIXXJE d, ceased kite ••! I'.ol. County, Klorlda, t.. ih. County Judgis "t i %  %  -!.County, and file the sami In duplli-nte nnd as provided in Section 733.16, Klorlda Statutes, in il" ii ofj es In the Counts c th..a.-, .n i'.ol,County, Klorlda, wlth'n -i\ caiendat months from the time of the f i -t publication hereof, or the same \Ull i,,barred. I'alo.l at .Miami. Klorlda, this 16th dav of I', .••IIIIMI', A 11, 194 SARAH k\ YIAH1E As Ekecuti i\ I'irst publication ..f this notice on liu :'"ih dai of Dec, nibi i. !'" %  I. sii.\ in. i;.....in. MI \ Holtzmun i:> : s> Ivan N. llnltxman Al '.-rn, ) for Exi cutrlx 346 SK-J bold Uldg., Miami 32, l-'la. i.'.i"-:.. 1 3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engagi In hu-iiuss under il'e IKUtioua nann of SHU rltl IT OHMPANY St P.O IfcW tl-153, Mliimi, l-'la Intend to regiater said name with the Clerk of th. Circuit Curt "f Dade t'ounty, Klorlda. NORMAN RL'BINW >N HELEN SILVERSTEIN I l\\ II. : a 12 20-27, i 1-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN the mull I signed, il ... in.i. r i mis nan • %  %  i WEST Ct)AST-EAST Sl'RE SHOP t l Iv Klfth M.. M an Ik ai h, i la., Intend to n glsti i sal I name Itli the Clerk %  l the • i lit t oui i of I 'ude Counti. i lorlda. UENE K.SCHEN tEN N'ER men \RD I'I'MA.N TOM GRADY Ow II 12 20-S7, : 3-10 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13436 I.ILIA RODRIOL'EZ LOOPBR. Plaintiff, va. i-i: \NK HOWARD !I"\V VRD, i ii f, mlii nt. NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION TO I RANK EDWARIJ HOWARD ..ii.I if man led, HOWARD, hia wife %  %  ml Sn %  > l Ni u H :. HI-. I .ouislana A Complaint for llurtltion and other n i ef has been fil,-.l against you Involving the property In Dade County, Kloi Ida, i.i-u it: Lot 4. Block I".. BISCAYNE HIOHI.ANI is, ... HI ding to the Plal Hun • %  nrded In Plat Book 16 at Page J'l of ilo I'nhli,' Revorda "i i 'a.i. 'ounts. Klorlda; I -n<' : .(iiir, ,1 to -• :\ I .1 Copy • %  f ynur Answir or other pleading on I';.i millattorne> HE N I! V M WAITS5KN, 171 Sana Knucl Blvd., Si Mill i Klorlda, and file the %  i .n the offk f ih.Clerk of ih.circuit Court on or before the 21st da$ of January, r. 6i. or this Complaint ill be taken as confessed • you. DATED this 13th day of December, I • %  3 i: B. LEATHERMAN i "lei k ot i 'Ircult Court l Hide County, Klorlda By: l. SNEEDEN, l leputy Clerk 12 20-27, I :!-10 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61597-C IN RE: Estate of MINNIE RESN1KOEP, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml Creditors ami All Persona Having claims or Demands Against Saul, Estat< : Y,ti are hereby notified and re,|inr.',l to |,r. s, nt .my claims and demands which you guide have against th,. estate of Minnie Resnlkoff deceased late of I iiole t'ounty. Florida, to ih, Count) ludgea of Bade County, ., I fill Ih. .-amin duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Clorida Statutes, In thel offices in the County Courthouse in liade County. Klori,la. \\ithn -.\ calendar montfka from in. II. ii. ..f ihe first publication here<-. or iii, .-.in!,' will ), %  barred. Cat-d at Miami. Klorlda, this 17lh daj "i I 'eii mber, A.D. 1961, BEN RESNlKOKt' As Executor First publication of this notlco on Ihe L'"tl! daj of December, i'".;. Tallanoff, Waller Lltinan Altoi-n, \ for ICxei iiior 120 Lincoln Rd., .Miami It. a. h. Pla. 13 :•} %  ::. I J-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, NO. 63C 13522 .1 \M CS THi.MAS DUDLEY, i' %  miff, \ s. KRANCEU JANE DUDLEY, I '. f, n.lam SUIT FOR DIVORCE T<>: FRANCES JANE DUDLEY "1". s irgent sir--, tt Holy oke, Masaachusetta You KRANCE8 JANE DUDLEY are taereh) notified that a Hill of Complaint for Divorce baa been filed against you, ami you are required to Serve a copy of your Ansurr OT PI, ad m; to the Bill of Complaint on th,i.laiiniif's Attorney, OOULMAN, ili il.l ..-TKIN .-; PACZIER, 2-101 West Klagler Htreet, Miami. Klorlda and file the original Answer or Pleading in the offl f Ihe Clerk of tha Circuit Court on or before the 30th day of January, |96l. If you fail to do so. Judgment i>> default win be taken against you for Ihe relief demanded in ih. Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH I'l.'iltlHIAN. In NE AN n i ill I lERED :,i M i" i. I lorida, llils 17th day of I • %  i • A.D. 196 I. E. B LEATHERM VN, Clerk, Circuit Com i. I >ade I '• %  int) K (seal) B) : C. V. V >I>ELAND I >. pUt) "1,-1 Ix tloldman, floldsti In £ Pncsier _'i"i \v esl Klagler Street Miami. Klorli Attorne) s foi Plaintiff 12, 20-S7, 1 3-10 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13683 WILLIAM SLOWIK, Plaintiff, Vs. TESSIE SLOWIK, I '. f, n.lain. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti i: TESb'lE Sl.i iWIK isso E. ith Street Brooklyn, N.Y. You, TKSS1E Sl.i'WIIC. are hi In notified that a Bill of Complaint for Ii lorce has bei n filed againal \ ou, and you anrequired i" serve .< cop) of your Answer or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on thi Plaintiff's attorney, Christie and l.ev.nst. in. nil Coral Way, Miami, Klorlda and file 'l I glnal Answer ..i Pleading in the office of the ci 1 1; of the Circuit Court on or before the 30th da) of January, I "'I. II iou fail to do s... juiL-ii', ni 0 %  th Fault u ill lie la ti n iga Inst \ ou for the relief demanded in the Hid 01 %  'omplaint. This notli e -l.ail he published once each w %  k 1 insecutive wi eks in THE JEW isil I i.. Utl I HAN IHLMC AND IRDERED lit Miami. Klorlda, this 23i d day of Deci mis r A.I i. K, B LEATHERMAN, Clerk, II. .it i '..in • l %  oi. i 'ount) rim Ida (aeal) U) C. P. Ci >PEU\NI i Beput] Clerk CHRISTIE & I.EVENSTEIN nil Coral k\ ay Miami. Klorlda Attoi ii,•> for Plaintiff 1^ 27, I 3-10-17 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 60845-A IN RE: Estate of JACK W. PBRSOFF. B k a JACOB WILLIAM PERSOKE NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or l',niatnls Against Said Kstate: ^'..'.l are li-r iiy notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have againat i s tate of JACK W. PERSOKF, a/k/a JACOB WILLIAM PERSOKF deceased lute of Dade County, Florida, to the C iiy Judges of I iade County, and file the same in duplicate and os provided in election 73:!. 16. Florida Matin,-s. in their offices In the County Courthouse in Hade County,! lorlda, Ithln six calendar months fr.-m the linn of the first iml.li. .. lion hereof, "i thi same "in be barred. Dated al Miami. Klorlda, this 30th day of December, \ I. 1963. ETHEL PBRSOFF As Kxecutlix Simon, M.n .. ,\ i jrundw erg .v i toi ne) for L\,.utn\ 101 Ainsle: Building 1 :'.-!'! %  ; 7 .'I IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE NO. 60869. A IN RE: I'.st. ,f ELSIE MARTHA 11,,', ased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. AII Creditoi and All Pi rsons HavIIClnlniij or c niands Against Said Kstate: You are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you may have against the estate of ELSIE MARTHA deceased late of Dade County, Klorlda, to the Count) Judges of Dade County, and filo 111,same in duplicate and as provided In Section 733.16, Florida statutes, In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months front the time of the llrat publication hereof, or the same will he barred. Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th .1. ) of l'i %  %  nil-i'i-. A I >. 1968. BENJAMIN MARTHA Ai .\. cutor First publication of this nol i the -7th da] of 1 v, inh, i MALCOLM H. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Ex< cutor l 100 Bisca) ne Building 12 27, 1 :i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY HVEN that the undi-rslgned, desiring to engagi in under the fictitious name of SATKI.I.ITK RECORDING STUDIOS %  %  s W Blghth Street, Miami, Floi .I.I inti nds to n glsti r raid name Ith ilo 'i.i k of ; he C i i' in i ..i l '.oh i ount.' Florida I RBI' BERN i.V. sole .• %  .' ner She\ in. ilo I loltsman It) Si I V .in N I I. .1' /.111. III \i toi ne) for Ki %  i Bei ney |l s. ,-,„,|.| || ni \i [ami 32, i 12 27, l 3-10-17 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Act of .1941 FILE NO. AA.21243 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN tha Nathaniel w. Siegel bolder of Toi i of Miami Springs Spe-'ial Aaaeasnien i.i. n i'. i nil.'ii. No. .•! issued th.:•;• daj of May, A.D. 1959, has filed sum in my office, and has made applli R tlon for a tax deed t" be Issued then on. .Said Certlfli ate embraceji th following deaorlbed property in th County of Dade, State of Florida, t" wit: W 7!.S Kt "f K 935.1 Ft of N Tr 57 L.ss N 10 Ft ft 8 3 Ft to Itv Kla I mil Land Co. Sub., Plal Boi J Page IT. Section 13 Township South, ituiK, in Bast in the Xowi of Miami Springs, County "f S State of Florida. The assessment of said proper! under the said certificate waa in til name of: FCermtt ': Tlndell. I'll'-ss said •',• tlflcate shall 1.. according t. law, the pro i. • died Ii. ri in ill be sold Hi. h I • hidd i at the Court II" %  first Monda) In the mpni 1964, which Is the di." %  iarj i'..;i 1 %  .ilsi iiay of Dec< mb< K It LEATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Bade County, 1 %  (stall %  .: I PER, %  ::-!"-: 7 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Ch.-.pter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-2'250 NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN HI Nullunili I \\. .-i gel, holder of CI of Miami I.i, n >..:. i •. n Ificati > n %  %  lily, 7 .7 .mil MIT. issued tl la) •••' Juni A l • I960, haa -.mi. u in) offi.'. and has mad.' ., plli al i la v deed to be i%  li. • %  Said ..il.l i. at. s .ml.. ,,. the following described pro|iert;'i i the "ount) %  f I lade, State •.! Floridi i I : Lot is Bkick 2, Taylor's Wulidlvleloi I'lai ll.Hik L'I Page 63 in the Clt of Miami, Count) of Dade, State i l lorida, .is mbraced in Certlfical No 163. The assessment of sal properi) under the said certlfical I--.I..I was in tin name of I'n know n Lot 17 Block :'. Tin l..i S il.ilh is...i I'la I Hook :'l Cam i;:. in the Cly %  Miami, Count) of Had.. Stati i i'l.....ia. ..embraced In Certlfical No. 169 The assessment of sal prvptrty under thi -aid certifies I issued was in the name of l'i known, Lot 13 Block ".. Erickson'a Additio Aimiel. .1. I'l.u Book B Page s tho City of Miami. County of lAol, Stall of Florida, as eml,r.oed i Certificate No. 7:t7. The asses ni, nt of said property under tl -ai't .. tifiCttte issued was in th n.mi. of Richard & Dorothy Alien. Lots v. 9, Block 135, Miami Nerl A. L. Knowlton's Plat, Plal Book Page !l in the Olty of Miami. CHI l) of Dade, Btale ol Iloii.la. as ,n i.iae.d in Certificate No. 367. Ti assessment of said profierty uud. the said certificate Issued wsJJ the name of L'nknon n. L'nless .-slid certificates -h..ll be n deemed uccordlng to law. the propert described herein \\ili )..• s..l.i i.. ti. highest bidder at the Couit Hour door .ai the fiist Monda) in Hi th of February, A D. 1934, wall Is thi 3rd da) if February. A D. SHI Dated ilns ,u. i ased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persona Ua' inu Claims or Demands Against So Estati : ^o,i are hereb) notified and r. quired to present any claims and d< mauds which you ma' have ggifln* the estate .,i PHILLIP A. WAND di eeasi'd late of Dade County, Flodd i" Hi. Count) Judges ul i'a. i. .:ount and file ill, sain, in diii.livate anil provided In Section 733.16, Horii'. Statutes, in tlien offices In the Coui ii i '..lu in. .ii-,in Dade County, Boi ida, \\iiinii s..\ i.ii.ii.lar months wo the tin. .,: the first publication h< i %  of, or thi same will be barred, Dated al Miami, I lorida. thll 21 da) of I ii .a inh .-. A I >. 1968, Till:I.MA A WAND As i 'xi %  utrix Flral publication of this notice %  • hi 3 .1 .ii" .a" Jnnuni'. 196 I K' '\ NER A M VNNHE1MER Ai tome) i' Kxi ruti K ...ni I Mai nv .Miami. Klorlda 1-3-10 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Nt ITICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN thi slane I, .i. siring to engage i bush ir the 11.mi..us name i HANSBN KDCCATIONAL Ml'SIC rt At*., Miami Beach intend to < %  me with the ci. i %  i thi I'ircuil of Dade Count.' CHAS H II INSEN Ml SI CORP .i S ^ %  Corp : 3-10-17-:i



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Friday, January 10, 1964 lewist nnridlfojn Page 7-A Xolda Meir Says Hussein Exploited Pope's Visit Continued from Page 1-A irrigation of the Negev "just an example," and he ruled out any possibility of the Pope mediating in the Arab-Israel dispute, asserting that "these matters will be decided with other Arab states." He asked for Christian support for opposition to the Jordan River project, declaring that "we refuse to believe that the Christian world would countonance and acquiesce in the diversion and almost complete obliteration of the River Jordan with ail its precious historic and religious associations as Israel seems bent on doing." Mrs Meir snapped back that *ii might have been assumed" h.ii the Pope's expressed desire ivo to Open -orum Series Saturday Night Yivo Forum, sponsored by the treater Miami Yivo Committee, nil open its 13th season on Sat day evening at the Farband li nter f 832 Washington Ave. Scheduled speaker is Leibu.sh Lehier, educator, lecturer and author, who hacontributed to Efng li.-li .ird Yi.'ilish periodicals on Inodern educational philosophy I'M psychology. His theme Saturday evening will be "The Changes in Jewish | Life in America." On Saturday, Jan. 18. the speaker will be Yudl %  Mark, editor of the Great Dictionary of the Yiddish Language, |in a disussicn of "The Literary heritage of H. Leivlck." Subsequent speakers scheduled bi''i:• hioi s Mrs Meir expressed surprise thai Kirg Hussein would refer to the Israeli project in such terms •when hiGovernment is engaged in diverting the waters" of the main tributary of the Jordan River, the Yaniuik. in a related development, C'hiel Rabbi Yitzhak Nlssira adhered to his edsior not to welcome the Pope in peron. but sent him a warm message of welcome. The Chief Rahbi provoked controversy l.y that deeision. It was understood that he felt that, as one of the ranking leaders of Judaism. he rhould nut attend the welcome without a reciprocal visit from I he Pope. Addressing the Pope as "Ihs ilHislrtOIR pilgrim." the C'hiel Rabbi praved. in his messages thai the l'ope "receive blessings cut of Zion, Cod's Holy mountain and out oi Jerusalem, the chosen City. May himission of pr.iyei on behalf ol his faithful be attend .l by silence which he wishes for jrd befits prayer and me itation. "His desire to beseech God's mercy for peace among all men is timely inc'ted. The threat of war, waged by methods of modern science, calls us to fervent pra-er tliat guides rulers cf the world in their efforts to establish just, peaceful order, foster merual understanding, reduce haticd and increase friendship aivoig nations until the vision of Urael s prophets is fulfilled: 'Ar.d the" will beat their swords into p'oughohares and their r.^sars into pruning forks. Nation shall not lift sword against nation, neither will they learn war any more.' Prayer for peace is the duty Ol all. but even more of religion* teaders who must make this stnvii g their chief concern and seek brotherly ion verse now to move our h-arts toward it. May the prayers of the illustrious pilgrim. supreme amOng his brethren, for peace ui the world be answered, and may hicoming and his going .,c blessed with peace." 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iday. January 10, 1964 fiday. Jc *'Jowls* fhrldUar) Page 13-A li w ous •S er vices nkei i Be} *-\n utlve dlrei i"i Am.-ri' a n .Ii-wlsli ( '..minii t. Tojiir: : W nis "Human Relatlona—The Crucial issue of our Tlmea." Onea Bhabbnt hosts: Mr. and Mrs Mas Uruen, Saturday *:."• a.m^y.'i iiiuii •reTH'^M'Osfri HermonJ •JU.(U,ri*FlaKU • 4 MIN VON AIRES CONOR E G ATION. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber man. E"cON~C"R4GAflON". 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine. Friday 8:15 p.m. (luekl speaker: I. If. .laii'.Topic: "The Present and the Future ol Jewry." Saturday i:K a.m. 8ETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid ava. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseafc E. Rackovaky. — a) _—. • ETH TORAH. 164th at. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipschitz. Canter Ben-Zion Kirachcnbaum. rXday 5:15 anl 1:30 p.m. I'nited KynacoBue Sabbath. Saturday S:42 a.m. Mincha .". n.m. Bur Mltsvah: Ki-rry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Rpokaon B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 113rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. Prlilaj vl". p.m. Sermon: "The Strugciifor l-'u edom." Buturda> *'•:'. > a.m. Mm. ha p.m. Bar Mltsvah: rtoln i lav Mllaieln, Mm of Mr. and Mm Uotllli I-IMI-. CANDLELIGHT ING 71 Mi 25 Teveth — 5:28 p.m. SOUTHWEST CENTER 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Frl'lav B:S0 p in. Sermon: "Art* You San-?" Youth Bervlcea Saturday %  %  %  '> Fiiilay r.:l." anil 8:11 "Outstanding JewUI i Kulurdiiy ii a.m. TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing. Rabbi Zevi Green| ton ave conservative. Rabbi Irving Jm „ ,• !* %  — —| iMliraur -Cantor—Hlrsh MIMB* -* p.m. Sermon; rrldny .". and 8:80 p.m. Saturday 9 u.in. Personalities. Bar Mltsvah: Barry, son "f Mr. and 1 Mrs. Aba Green; Robert, con of Mr. an. i Mi.-. Walter Rosenberg. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Straasfeld. • PLAGLER GRANADA. SO NW Slat pi. Conservative. Rabbi David RoaI enfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. a FT. LAUOEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. • ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conaervative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. 1 rlday •" ami 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "l-ollleK, Fallacies, Futilities." Onea. Bhabl>at sponsored by Blkur Chollm iu honor of Max Pnrness. e&iturda) v I.", a in Sermon: "The Sojourn In Knypt HI the I. mht of Ruoent ArohauolnKy." • %  KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmias. l-iiday r, p.m. Saturday R:S0 a.m. Ber in-'ii: "Jewish SlaVerj in Kcypt." a TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami Oardena rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Fridiiy 8:15 p.m. Si-rmon: "Tli' 1 ClialII-IIKO and Threat t" Our Teen-AsTers." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Tortion of thWeek." TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charlea Kodner. Ki-iil.i> s:S0 p.m. Pollowlmt services Bernard Wekaler, community affairs rhuirjiian. will Introduce Mayor of Metru l>ude County oaiidUuttes. teauty of Temple Not in Building RABBI SANFORD SELTZER blheastern Regional Director lunion of American Hebrew Congregations live in a period when syna|nc architecture has become important area of endeavor— important, that there are ln> architects who have devotthemselves to this one Held, ha\( become specialists in la-osv.t design. As one rrav Ihc leoftb o( this country, he mi gnificeot synagogues, itin^''J..:ljuioiis sums of money. ln> of them 'are controversial. le ol Ihem have aroused the as well as the acclaim of |ir worshippers. r one. the building is too for another it is inspiring. some, il is too garish, for •rs it is perfect for prayer meditation. Some edifices attacked as being too modOthers are considered old lioned. a throwback to a pre t'tneration. It seems thai one is completely satisfied that, as yet. a satisfactory jprint for a sanctuary has been forthcoming. I believe there are certain prere kites in the construction of sanctuary, irrespective of particular decor or style, asled by the building. first criticism emanates the Biblical passage in :h the people of Israel are kerned with the construction Tabernacle "The Lord said [OSes, Speak to the people >iael -hat they make for Me iffering. From every man Fe heart makes him willing, -hall receive the ofteriny for Note that no one was %  d to give; no one was ings, boasting breathtaking cdifices of gorgeous architecture, bul which stand silent and empty, devoid of purpose. It is interesting to note that with few exceptions, Judaism provides no information on how a synagogue should be built. A lew years TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY. WOOD. 1351 S. 14 sve. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. I-Yitiav s.i', p.in. Sermon: "OveroomInc Our Kmntlonal Depressions." >.itui-.iav II a.m. Bar Mitzvait: Jonathan, son of Mr and Mrs. Paul Klein. a — TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 750O SVJ 120 thSt. Reconstructions. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. i T.:.'i p MI Sermon: "These are the Nam S iturdaj l" .'." s m. Sermon: "The Life und Message of Isulah." AMilstlns: Benjamin Aerensi.n. Fred Herman, Abh; Bel II, M. i.i.i. Shkoli Hei ia i lot till in I Chlldren'a Choli. Mi Flun m i IIni man \\ ill hibleseil TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ernest Stelnsr. ': nla I", p m Si rmi %  ''lun-i ago, a leading Jewish theologian i -.. •• %  • a.m. Junior Choli unite the following about syna-i. ini RABBI SANfOdO StllZtK hymn of praise that I may dwell in their midst"." Regardless of the design, indc pendent of the expense, unless the Divine Spirit, dwells within its walls, a sanctuary becomes an empty shell. There are too many sanctuaries that are just that—empty shells, bereft of the Divine Presence. They are sanctuaries housed in majestic buildDetroit Rabbi In Emanu-EI Pulpit Saturday Rabbi Moses Lehrman will b> ..nisi speaker at Saturday morn ing services of Tenfplc Kinanu-E shamed] or bribed into, this weekend Ky making it voluntary. He is the brother of Rabbi Irv came a gilt of love, a gift ioj Lehrman, spiritual leader of dication. Temple Emanu-EI./ and holds tin s is necessary In the buildpulpit ol CongfjegaUon B'na' i a sanctuary. This is what Moshe in Detroit. Mich. %  blueprint for a sanctuary Rabbi Muses Lehrman. a dis res above all else—the joy languished spiritual le.ider of the %  congregation in seeing the midwest area, ii president of thf i realized, the thrill in Michigan Region of the Zionist nizing that every shovelOrganisation of America. A grad earth is a hymn of praise, uate of the Jewish Theological God, and that every slab Seminary of America, he was a ne, every splinter of wood prime mover in the building of %  aim of thanksgiving. OnlyJB'nai Moshe. He plays a leading s it truly a House of the I role in Jewish educational circles. I in his community, re is a second criterion, a Friday evening. Rabbi Irvin ful irretraceable quality neej Lehrman will make his first pubin the erection of a sanc-i Again, we turn to the i The Lord said to Moses. I ed Jewish Appeal. In a sermon Ihem make me a sanctuary j entitled "Federation. CJA and the gogue architecture In so doing, he captured the true spirit of Juadism: The architecture of the Jewish community has been made articulate by time, rather than space. Man and his memory, the Jew with his song and prayer, gave it speech. At the center is the Jew with his memories, his history, his religious vision and sensitivity. A building, no matter what its grandeur, remainsinanimate, inarticulate masonry I doubt that an auditorium, simple, ornate, grand or modest, ever converted a visitor into a worshipper." Yes. the Bible provides the perfect blueprint for a sanctuary. A sanctuary should be built by the eager hands of those who have given of their worldly possessions voluntarily. A sanctuarybecomes a House of God only when a congreagtion through its deeds, through its spirit, and through its piety, truly makes it so. undi i direetlull i>l i miti .,--!-[ In .via,i llturuj a TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasf ave. Liberal. H.ibbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. Priday s:i' |..i,i. Sermon: "Major lssii. t'onfroiil i.u Itellffion — Huiiifer." I Satin riai |i>: 1.1 ii m. Kar Mltsi in \ in, of Mr-. Samuel Shapiro ami ihi lute Mr. Shuvlro, TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38. NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. • TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordeeal Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. Friday 8:1E p.m. Rabbi Podot to preach. On.-K Shabal toUaws, TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th st Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramovmtz. Cantor Edward Klein. • TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. ana Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. —— a —— TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday K:Sfl p.m. Sermon: "Conversion —To or From?" Saturday **:r, a.m liar Mltsvah: Stanley, son of Mr, and Mi s. I Kothman. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. l'. Idaj s ''. p n. Sermon: "I 'an the vv ills lie < '••ii • • i :• -i Into I'-rlilg" .-. .tiii.ia II HI R.-U Mltsvah s.ih. s..ii I.I Mi and Mi K Clene Snydi i a — TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross a — TEMPLE 7AMORA. 44 Zamora ave. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Pl i.l.i I ', p in Sel limn : "Tn PUI III. >\ Ii .. il .<.,! III llll.l s ir, il ii'. Si mm i %  ...:.. i : hill Mi •!• tt Pi • TEMPLE Z ON. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Ui'lich. 6500 N. Miami Rabbi Henry TIFERETH ISRAEL. ave. Conservative. Wernick. Prlda.i s ; p.ro Sermon: "Preparing for the h'utiin tturdaj 9 .< in Sermon "W.,ki> Portion." — a YOUNG ISRAi-w. wo NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwm Stauber. Piidii.i S:3o pi" Khttirdn) 9 am Sermon "Portion "i the vv. • u THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,11V BRANCH OFFICES THATS RIGHT. Sterling Savings is as close as your nearest mail box — a mere 5 hours away by jet. And what's more, Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways —makes it easier than ever to Sive with safety. Every Sterling Saving's account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. Family members can open several accounts — individual, joint and partnership accounts. All are fully insured. 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^v Page 12-A +JeincrkJfar %  • %  ."" • Friday. January 18. %£: 1 SCHOOL'S 16th ANNIVERSARY NOTED Capacity Audience in Tribute tp Cohen; Herman Wouk Addresses Academy Fete NOTCD NOVdlST IN PERSONAL CRIDO SIC. f Binder, past president, 'for his Attinguished service." The Academy's 60-voice studen": choir, under the direction of Miriam Don. nerstap, presented a program o| Hebrew and English >ongs. At 16'h annual dinner of the Hebrew Academy Sunday night in the Deauville Hotel, Louis Merwitzer (second from left), presdent, receives handsome plaque citing him for his contributions to the institution. Making the presenta ,: on is Maurice Revitz, who served as chairman. Looking on are Jacob Cohen (left), honoree, and B. I. Binder, past president. Pope Praises Jewish Role In Religious Life of World A capacity attendance of South Florida Jewish leaders paid overwhelming tribute to Jacob C. Cohen on Sunday night at the 16th annual Hebrew Academy scholarship dinner. The $100 a-couple function was hekl at the Deauville Hotel. Pulitzer Prize-winner Herman Wouk was the principal speaker, flying here from the Virgin Islands for the function in which his son, Nathaniel, a student at the Academy, took part. Maurice Revitz stepped in for Leonard Rosen as dinner chairman, with Ronald Rosen representing his father and the Rosen family, mourning the loss of Rosen's mother in Baltimore. Myron Cohen, one of the nation's top humorists, capped off the long evening with a program of humor. Nathaniel Zcmel spoke in behalf of the Academy's more than 100 alumni, and Rabbis Irving Lclirman. Tibor Stern and Solomon Schiff represented the area's rabbinate. Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin cipal of the Academy since its Inception little more than i years ago. presented Cohen with an S00 year-old menorah in behalf ol the 360 students ol" the school Louis Merwitzer. Aea 'emy president, was presented with a hand some plaque by Revitz and B. I. Continued from Page 5-A Christians believe Jesus perform ed His fir.-t miracle, turning water into wine. The party visited the ancient Synagogue of Capernaun, bel.eved to be the oldest synagogue in existence, thence to the Basilica of Transfiguration *top Mt. labor. Through the Valley of Jeireel the convoy headed for Israel's ; Jerusalem, through the hills of Judea, taking the road traveled by King David when he went to Jerusalem to head the Jewish naticn. Welcoming, cheering crowd! flanked the entire ro./l on the way ta Jerusalem. At the entrance to Jerusalem, the Pcpe was greeted by the city's Mayor, Mordechai Ish-Shalom. in Jerusalem, the Pope ascended to Mount Ziun-where Israel had prepared a specially improved road for his convenience—and visited the room where Jesus was reported in the New Testament to have had hiLasl Supper, and the Church of the Dormition, which Honors the end ot the life of Mary, Mother of Jesus i ne ol the carMovie to be Shown Movie in color, "Cry for Happy." starring Glenn Ford and Don1 aid O'Connor, will be shown at' Beth Moshe Congregation on Saturday evening at 8:45 p.m. Available to conduct Sedurim on Pesoch, also for Nigh Holidays, all around Cantor, Baal Mussif, Baal Koreh and Shofer. %  IV. hV ISRAEL. HI 5-2760 dinals accompanying the Pope visited the chamber on the mountain honoring the Jews martyred in World War II, and there lighted six candles in memory of the 6,000,000 Jews annihilated by the Nazis during World War II. 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Pcge 14-B vjewisti fhridihir Friday, January 10. 1964 J3<*r ^JHltzvali Dahlia Abramowitz ?.ihlia Abramowitz, daughter of ;. jbi and .Mrs. Mayor AbramoW J. will be Bas Mitzvah at Tern; i Menorah on Friday evening, 10. Zahlia is an honor student at tt Hebrew Academy. il-of-town guests will include h€7 maternal grandparents, Mr. Mrs. S Kosowski, of Israel tsA New York, and an aunt, Mrs. L-.iisKatzoff, of Highland Park, I.. An Oneg Shabhat in Dahlia's Y -or will be held in the TernDahlia Abramowitz I 's Social Hall following ser\ %  s. ing serviceand at a Michael's Kosher Restaurant M ii,e evening. boating and horsebacksitroH Donald Richter 7 Jald Barry, son of Mr, and M -. Harold Richter, 7950 Hawi: .ne A\i., will become Bar M.TZvah on Saturday morning, II, Ceremony will be coned by Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever ing services at Agudath Israel rew Institute, seventh grade student at Nau: Junior High, the celebrant iyed his Hebrew education :it ti Institute's Religious School. is a member of his school's nee Club, football team and it serve band of music, and has a ;o operator's license Robert Rosenberg Bar Mitzvah ol Hubert, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenberg, vill be celebrated thi> Saturday norning, Jan. 11. at Temple Smanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman vill officiate. Robert attends eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High School. He is a member of the Science Club and is interested in sports. The celebrant will be honored with a reception at the Eden Hoc. Barry Green Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of Temple Kmanu-EI. will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ot Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Green, on Saturday morning. Jan 11, at the Temple. Harry attends seventh made at Nautilus Junior High and is inter dinner at ested in riding. The celebrant will be honored a( a reception at the Dora I Beach Hotel following the service Larry Ostroff Saturday morning services, Jan n al Congregation Beth Jacob. conducted bj Rabbi Tibor H. stern, will include the Bar Mit* vah of Larry Jay Ostroll. An eighth grade student al Ida M Fisher Junior High, where he is in the accelerate! math and science classes. Larry plays clani.et in the advanced band. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ostroff, will honor their son at a Kiddush in their home, 120 Ocean Dr.. following the ceremony, and at a reception and dinner in the Eontainebleau Hotel in the evening. Mr and Mis. Morris F.dlin. the i celebrants maternal grandpar,nt-. will attend the Bar Mitzvah. the We're reserving '' in your name in Tel Aviv fC.L'., Also five thousand years of Holy Land history. Plus all the pleasures of Tel Aviv, one of the world's most exciting, cities. 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Page 6-B + XMnr)rxi**n Friday, January IC, 1964 fKealm of Society Wcrner-Kntiti MRS. CURTIS SCHWARTZ Noon Rites For Bonnie Lovinger A hish noon wedding on Sunday. Jan. 5. united the Inrmer 1 Karon Bnrmie LnvinRor and Curtis A. Schwartz, with Rabbi Eugene Labovilz officiating. For the \veddirg and reception held at the Algiers Hotel, the hride selected a pan de soie :un.. em l-roict creel in hand lace with flnral pattern trimmed in. seed pr?ris. MM carried baby white orchids. Stic was attended byi Mrs. Sandy Loringcr and Dawna Pozn. honor attendants. Mary Beth Marks ami Susan Milich Dauber of Mr. and Mrs Wil liam Lovinger. 1251 Normandy Dr.. newlywcd Mrs. Schwartz is a graduate of Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University cl Miami. Her husband is a graduate of North Miami Beach High. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Milich. 28 NW liifilh St. Serving him as best man was David Weinstein, with Fred MuHer, King Lovinger and Jerry Schwartz, ushers. Honeymoon destination for the clinic was San Juan. P.R. tjjoeialifai bu KJsabcl C^// Continued from Page 1-B in New York City opposite Central Park, are in their winter quarters at the Hampshire Towers on Collins Ave. Rosen. wife Miriam, and son Jonathan, a student at Amherst College, have still a third place to "hang their chapeaux," a sprawling home at Westport, Conn. Miami Beach looks a little dil[i rent than it did in 1931, but it remains the favorite winter vacation spot for Charles and Cora R i ihal of New York who will arrive at the Eden Roc in January for their 32nd annual winvisit l<> the area. Mr. Rosenrove thai, now 84. founded Riverside Memorial Chapels just before the turn of the century and was subject of feature stories recently in the New York Times and New York Herald-Tribune Two years ago he made a grant to Brandeis University tor a new library wing While here, the Rosenthals will be entertained by Miami Beach friencs, the Leonard Zilberts and Abe Bisenbergs. Friends of the late lensman, Arthur Diegutz, receiving warm thanks and the gratitude ol Estelle, who came forward with offers of blood and other assistance in his final hours. BISCAYNE TERRACE 340 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD ViAMI FLORIDA The Newest Downtown Hotel on Biscayne Boulevard FACING BISCAYNE BAY Strictly Kosher Facilities • RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Festivities at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated STARLIGHT BALLROOM Under Supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stern Parties Up to 300 • Free Parking Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared Fine Wines • CATERING AT YOUR HOME MRS. STtVtN WOlf Wolf, Lipson Exchange Vows Gail Harriet Lipson and Steven Michael Wolf were married on Sunday, Dee. 89, at the Dupont Plaza Hotel, where a reception and dinner followed the nuptials. Officiating rabbi was Dr. Irving Lehrman, and attendants to the bride were Mrs. Robert Lipson, matron oi honor, the groom's ister, Cynthia Wolf, maid of hon•I. Patti Wolf. Roxanne Pallot, Lirda Cooke and Susan Miller. bridesmaids. The bride's brother. Leslie Lipson, served abest man. and Charles Ardin, John Ratner, Cary Greenberg and Henry Singer were groomsmen. Following a honeymoon in Nassau, the newryweds will live in Detroit, Mich., where the bridegroom, an alumnus of Eastern Michigan University, is attending University of Detroit Dental School. The bride, a graduate ot Miami Bach High, will receive a degree from Eastern Michigan University in June. Parents ,i the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A, Lipson, 3828 Alton Rd and Mr. and Mrs. Mor ril Wolf, ol Oak Park. Mich Proceeds to Hebrew School All proceeds from Congregation Beth El Sisterhoods luncheon on ruesday, 12:30 p.m., will be channeled to the Hebrew School, Names Added To Tree of Life During regular services at Tern•,le Beth Am on Friday evening., conducted by Rabbi Herbert, Baumguard. the following names, will be added to the Tree of Life in the new Temple lobby: Mr and Mrs. William Pallot. 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Friday. January 10, 1964 +Jfi*t! nuridRbt/n Page 3-B Mis. A. C. Fine (extreme right) beams upon being made a life member of the Women's Division of the Jewish Convalescent Home o: Sou'.h Florida. Seen with Mrs. Fine at a luncheon held a', the Hcme in her honor are (left to right) Mrs. Rose Ecker, recording secretary; Mrs. Ray Lieberman, executive vice president; and Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser, Home president. Mrs. Fi:.£is Women's Division chairman of a program designed to expand the Home from 55 to 130 beds. Mrs. Fine Now Life Member Tovo Ronni Will Sing for JNF Here Leon .1. Ell, president of the Jewish National I'cu:d Council oi Greater Miami, revealed this week that Tova Ronnie. "Songbird of Israel," Will be guest artifit dur ing the iortbcomicg visit ol Mendel N. Fisher to South Florida, ret ween Jan. 27 and Feb. 3. Miss Ronnie will appear, together with Fisher, at several important JNF meetings here. The dynamic Israeli folk singer ard dramatic artist, interpreter of the songs and folklore of Israel, as well as the folk songs of many lands in French. Yiddish, Russian and Spani.-h. has sur.g for displaced persons in internment camps of Cyprus and the soldiers of the Haganah. She has appeared in villages and settlements throughout Israel, has broadcast over Jerusalem radio, Birthday Party At Aged Home Greater Miami Women's Auxiliary, Jewish Home for the A u ill sponsor its next monthly birthday and anniversary party at Douglass Gardens Su.ndas. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pollock, of Detroit and .Miami Beach, who are cclelrrating their 52nd wedding anniversary, will be hosts. Thej are lite members and contributors. Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, Auxiliary president, will greet residents whose birthdays occur during January. Mrs. Sol Silverman, honorary Auxiliary president, and co-ordinating Building Fund chairman lur all the auxiliaries, will also •peak. Mrs. Louis Makovsky, program nd traveled widely in the Midchairman, announces that the Irvlle Fast, -inning in Egypt. Lebing Pietrack Orchestra will pre..non and Syria. sent a medley of folk music. TOVA RONNI kfrs I Fine. Miami I'.each c ivii e has been made a life member ol the Women's Division ol the Jewish Convalescent Home ol South Florida, Home president Mrs, Joseph E. Keiser. announced. Mrs 1 ine was introduced to the board of directors at a luncheon in her honor held at the Home. also known as Bikur Cholim. She iWomen Division chairman of Hadassah Groups Plan Meetings Bay Harbor Group of Madassa'i will hold its regular monthly luncheon meeting at the Singapore Hotel on Monday, 11:30 a.m. The latest ; .'. dassah film will be shown President of the group is Mrs Gut Roberts Branded Group has scheduled its next meeting lor Monday at the I i %  •.•. Dobleau Hotel. Presidn %  is Mrs. Karl Coplon. Shaloma Gr*up will hold its reg ular meeting at the Di Lido Hotel on Mondaj noon. Guest speaker will be (Jabriel Header, and 8 musical i rogram will be offered b> Mrs Yctta Shulman. President is Mrs Irwin Shapiro. Southgat? Group will hold its II Daj luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Tuesday. Presi dent iMrs. Joseph Rosenberg. I ('. nan ol the luncheon is Mrs l Schwartz. Henrietta Siold Group will meet at the Algiers Hotel on Monday. Re/reshi ents will be served. Mrs. Herman Feller is president. Stephen S. Wise Group will hol.l IN luncheon meeting at the Deau\ille Hotel on Monday noon. Me) er Freedman will discuss the "Dead Sea Scrolls" President is Harry P. Ci hen a program designed to expand the home from 55 to 130 beds, and is active in numerous civil groups, including the Papanicoloau Cancer Research Institute*, Jewish Home for the Age i. Israel Bonds and the Greater Miami Jewish federation. In accepting the life membership, Mrs Fine pledged her full support of programs designed to improve the fast growing Home, which is the first ko>her home in the South. Mrs. Fine will be working closely with Mrs Keiser and other Home leaders on the annual din ner to be held Mar 14 at the Fon tainebleau. The new addition to the Home will include all ultra modern facilities in a six-Story building adjacent to the old building which will be rebuilt. Mrs. Keiser said. Beth Am Ladies In Music Group Sisterhood ot Temple Beth Am newly formed music group plans include monthly educational inert legs and an evening musical. Mi-Barbara Gladsden, of the Greater Miaou Opera Guild, will nest speaker Tuesday, 10 a m at ine home of Mrs. David Gair, ;:: to sw 126th St. she will narrate and illustrate with records oi "Lakme," by Delibes, one oi the two operas to be presented by the opera Guild in Miami. Mrs. Wayne Roberts is chairman of the group. Sisterhood, brunch will be held in the Youth Lounge on Wednesday. Jan. 29. 10:30 a.m. All proceeds will be used to purchase children'honks for the library. Program Will feature a book review by Mrs Herbert Baumgard. 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Page 16-A *M4A#lftfiJbtf AMI tfSF De/e/rdt Pope Pius Record During WWII .„ : f .„llv_r.ot once. iwue-n — Pope playwright, which makes those ac Paul defended the late Pope Pius cusations against Pius, was voicXII here Sunday against charges cd by the Pontiff in his farewell that have been made that the waraddress here, just before he left time Pontilf had failed to speak Israel after spending 12 hours in out against Hitler's persecutions the Jewish State. of the Jews The defense, alludPresident Zalman Shazar, flanking to the plav. "The Deputy," by ed by ranking members of Israels Rolf Ilochhuth, a West German Cabinet, had just said farewell to Auschwitz Trial Resumes As Witnesses Deny Their Guilt Continued from Page 1-A This contention, however, is expected to be proven false by the prosecution through at least one witness. The court was also to hear testimony from a Dr. Muench, now a resident of Bavaria, who had been a member of the Auschwitz medical corps. Dr. Muench had refused to follow instructions ordering him to take part in crimes against prisoners. He is to testify that, despite his disobeying of direct orders, he had suffered no repris als from the Nazi regime. He had been tried earlier and acquitted by a Polish war crimes court. The trial is now on a schedule of three days a week—Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. The proceedings are expected to last several months. The prosecution is expected to call a total of 254 witnesses, all former camp inmates, many of them Jews, from Israel, Western European countries and the United States. The trial is being held in Frank flirt's City Council chamber. Although space had been set aside Bikur Cholim Honors Members Bikur Cholim of the Israelite Center will sponsor the Ones; Shafcbat on Friday evening in honor of Max A. Parness, religious chairman of the Center. Mr*. Jack Schwartz, president of Bikur Cholim, announces a lunch eon Wednesday noon in the Social Hall of the Center in honor of Mr and Mrs. Charles Fidelman. Proceeds are used to help the sick and needv. lor public observers, there were few spectators in the court room, aside from a full complement of newsmen representing the press, radio and television. Pope Paul, when the Pontiff, in bis response, surprisingly touched on the controversy caused by the Hochhuth play. Pope Paul started his final remarks on Israel's soil by expressing gratification over his visit here, and voicing thanks for the welcome and hospitality accorded him. He emphasiied that he had come here as a representative of "Him Who bore peace." "There is nothing in our heart," he said, "bet feelings of good will toward all men and all people. Indeed, the Church loves everybody in the same measure." Then he touched on the Pius controversy, stating: • %  Our great XII. ay;iin and predecessor. 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Friday. January 10, 1964 +Jewisfi IfUrMirtn Page 7-B Afdmora AIM. DONALD PAUL Double Ring Riles • For Young, Paul A family dinner at the Algiers Hotel followed the wedding on Sunday afternoon. Dec. 29. of Ileline Jo Young and Donald Bruce Paul. Double ring candlelight ceremony at Temple Ner Tamid was performed by Rabbi Eugene Labovit/. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Raymond Young. 1323 West Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Leon rd Paul. 8350 Byron Ave. The bride's maternal grandmother. l\rrs. Bessie Glicken, ol Rochester, N.Y.. and the bridegroom's grand father, Hyman Stibnick. of Columbia, S.C., attended the weeding. For tl.e ceremony, carried out against a background of gold, white and moss green, the former Miss Young wore a street-length gown with short sleeves and scoop ad neckline reembroidered with applique lace. The fitted skirt featured a puff in the back, and the elbow-length French illusion fell from a cloche. She earned orchid's on the bridegroom's confirmation Bible. Attendants were Carol Young, the bride's sister, Ellen Glicken and Andrea Bogen. Serving the bridegroom as best man was his brother, Alan Paul, with Joel Rifkin and Howard Glicken, ushers. Young Mr. and Mrs. Paul, both graduates of Miami Beach High, are attending the University of Florida. Miss Abromowitz Chooses Taffeta Westnrooke Country Club was Ihe setting for the wedding carid out ip blue and white which i n it ed Mis Esther | Bunny) Abromowitz and Mori .1. David on i ".iv. Jan, 5. Rabbi Samuel April officiated l Hie late evening double ring it'ptials. and tincandlelight cerenony was followed by a recepien and cocktail party at the club. The bride selected a traditional floor length wedding gown of impor.ed taffeta, which featured a fitted bod ie. scooped neckline and 'erg sleeves to wrist point. The ^healh skirt, with chantilly lace appliques down the front, was style' with a detachable train, and the three-tiered French illusion veil was held by a crystal crown. She carried white orchid> and stephanotis on a Bible. Honor attendants were Mrs. Sidney Stein. Miss Nancy Cold and Mrs. Norman Ginsburg. Debbie and Donna Epstein were junior bridesmaids, Lou Ann Waters. flower girl, and David Epstein, ring bearer Joseph Abromovitz, the bride's brother, served as the bridegroom's best man, and ushers were Norman Ginsburg and Jeff Greene. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Abromowitz. 251 \w 33rd Ave.. ard granddaughter :>l Mrs. Lazarus Cohen. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis HI. of Coral Gables. Newlywel Mr> Davis is a graduate of Miami Senior High. Her MISS tOIS WllKIND For Elegant Functions Complete Catering Facilities tor that Special '"party served in superb fashion setting that will relied your good taste. .CONFIRMATIONS • RECEPTIONS • WEDDINGS BANQUETS • MEETINGS • PARTIES A Tete-a-tete or a gala celebration with 3.SOO cuestt. DIETARY LAWS STRICTLY OBSERVED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. 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!* %  Page 2-B *. tenisb Meridian Friday, January 10. 1964 T Gifts to Servicemen Mrs Lester Arkin, president. ,,,,'d members of Bnai BVith Worn Opti-Mrs, Will See Performance rtah of Miami Beach ,„> Cooncii of Miami Beach pa, Opti-MrsClub 01 liP inated in pre-entation ft] gifi• -<> ,re n ed nfefT?""!bS^ s P erSemenat the annual parr. formance ""T" a luncheon Wednesday. Dec. 25. at the SerSlJ'JRUt in %  ;; ^nu::t >;; : -,. |n c r ^ j= IS dramatic £ pljj. RoM nnerg. Life members of the Sisterhood of Congregauel Reinhard. Mrs. Henry Kate. M^CteM* .ion Beth Israel are honored at a membership and Mrs. Murray Rosenberg Seated (left to brunch at the Fon.ainebleau Hotel. Standing right) are Mrs. Rae M ^THojlbg^. (left to right) are Mrs. Isadore Spolter. life Alexander MoskovUs Sisterhood P^'dent membership chairman. Mrs. Diana Ptasnik. and Mrs. Maurice Goldnng. membership Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mrs. Roberta Zaager, Mrs. chairman Other We members nOtpwtaMd Rose Saplow. Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld, Mrs. are Mrs. H. Shamitz and Mrs. Ida Denmark. Peari Schwartz, Mrs. I. H. Mellman, Mrs. SamrnrP.s Civic ineao'. ;,;,;„ featurlng Ato panw and show Monday 1 n • „ M V hMMnea-en'a will be Rich, flowing color lends a v.bOn the business • c b • „ ty „, the latest Israel. STSASS he'renuerc %&£%*** n r ^ Ita Mad. Mad. fashion Show, which will open on EJTS MA "t the Sheridan Tuesday r.oon at the Deam-.ll, Mad. Mad worm. |; ^ mdet (m ailspices of the honored guest will be Harry Milim i Chapter of Hadassah. Rntwick of Uw Horkta State The collection i< entitled "Stars Theatres Mrs. Munay Sonnet SIvU •• an(1 comprises 27 highIII1 preside -.yled creations by the students | ihe Fashion Department of Hadasah'B Alice Scligsbcrg Vocation;,I High School for Girls in Jerusalem supplemented by modes originated by other talented young IsCom-recation B'nai Raphael Sis ,. aeli designers. terhood will present a cocktail Modeling the costumes^ will B'nai Raphael Fashion Show Young Israel Will Honor Lerners ternooa "> i %  !> %  .-. o fashion show on Thursday. Jan. lb. professionals supplied by Bur ", at the Temple. 1401 NW ,, im v Commentator will be Be —— 1 83rd St" iv Sherwin. of Rurdine s. An adtion. will be honorary chairman of '.... fashions Richardditional highlight of the afternoon the testimonial luncheon Sunday. JJJg and pan' Fitzgerald. f***J^*ZSfifl£ Young Israel of Greater Miami Plastic Manufacturing Co.. in HiaEmanuel Ungar. president of special events> Erector J, in"lingerie. announces a testimonial luncheon leah. Harry Lerner is vice presYoung Israel, said that £>££* ard S-.11 be tea rare ^ fMMMh K;1 hion Show is in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ident of Young Israel of Greater ,„ g ,„ the program at the lunch. Clothing reatloi „„, V nited States to help Lerner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miami, and Ben Lerner is treason will be Rabbis Alexander oi sunset and ever ^ ^ „ a(lassah s Bet Lerner on Sunday. 1230 p.m.. at urer. Gross. David Lehrfleld Morris lingeri > t c .go*ns w H o{ v „ ( .,„„„,, educatl0 „ ,„. WaldmanV Hotel. Roth Mrs. Esther and Mrs. Ethel Horowitz and H. Louis Rottman SaDy. M W < ns .„ ,„.,,,, Mrs A1 Ben and Harry Lerner are ofLerner are past Presidents of Presentat, •JjJ be n charg ^theM ^ ^ ^^ $ ^ ^^ ((f ,„,. ficers and directors of the Tolin Young Israel Sisterhood. The made by Rabbi -| „'..,. STARRING with five extra laundratives FAB gets every wash far cleaner than the detergent alone because FAB has more than a detergent ... adds five extra laundratives to get wash clean clear through as the detergent alone cannot do. CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATEPALMOLIVg Lerner families are charter memspiritual leader of Young Israel I hers and founders of Young Irael. and have been active in the Greater Miami community since coming here seven years ago. Mrs. Ethel Lerner served as president of Mesivta High School! Women, and the Lerner families | are active in the Hebrew Academy. They are also members of Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob CongregaDecorator Will Speak Tuesday Regular meeting of Miami Chapter, National Children's Cardiac Hospital, will feature a talk on "Home Decorations." Guest speaker at the affair to he held Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the hospital, will be Lillian Cartez. interior decorator, who will stress wall treatments in her lecture Funds raised at the chapter's monthly luncheon and card party, chaired by Mrs. Reuben Schild, will be used for hospital equipment. Event will be held Tues day, Jan. 21, at noon in the hos pital. The group's annual fund-raising drive is planned for Friday through Sunday. Jan 10 to 12. Mrs. Arthur Park. NEW DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravol bravisslmol Italian-sty I el .CHEESE. Ravioli IN SAUCE AJCcr.g. Women At Dreg Shcabat Mrs. Sara Peneharsky, president, Miami Chapter, Florida Women's Division. American Jewish Congress, has announced that on Jan. 17 the chapter will sponsor the Oneg Shabbal following the Friday evening service at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center, Rabbi David Rosenfeld, spiritual leader of the Center, will speak on the •ram Case Sabbath Closing." 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iday. January 10. 1964 *Jenisfl ftcrkSian Page 13-B Virginia Booker Slated Virginia Brooker, Weat^ier GirJ. A ho appears daily on Channel 10. vill be guest speaker at the Bay Chapjer. Women's .American ORT luncheon meeting In the Cabaret Room of. Tony;s, Fisb Market pp Tuesday noon. .Mrs. Estelle Tischler is program chairman Mrs. Stanley Phillips is chapter president. on 4 BARNtTJ MKSKIN eskin Slated Concert Here httt Breeskin, conductor of [MIIII Beach Symphony Orand noted violinist, will -mis at the filth an%  Miit sponsored b> Ternti Tamid. [event will be held Jan. 18. [into Mrs Louis Gold and |.i >-i I'M Schwartz, co-chairthe Ticket Coljwiiittee. tl Posner. chairman ol the conslid that "the program will iature NapJteOl), Reed in a binof opepB. folk songs threw melodies, 1 aired with Bjreskin and jill be Cantor Siul 11. Breeh. Tamid. and Jpyee Farber. jura soprano. North County T Installs Officers North County YMHA Senior Citizens Friendship Club will hold its annual installation of officers on Tuesday evening at the "Y," 14036 N'E 6th Ave. Newly-elected officers for the 1963 program year will be installed by Efraitn H. Gale, executive director of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami. To be installed are Isidore Hirsch. president; Mrs. Sarah Madison, first vice president; Mrs. Stella Klein, second vice president; Mrs Kaye Kimmel, recording secretary; Mrs. Jeanette Levin, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Celia Reich, social secretary; William Debin. treasurer; Bill Kimmel. sergeant at arms; and Ben Salk. chaplain. Gershwin Auxiliary Auxiliary of George tin Knights of Pythias pill hold a special meeting Bday evening at Hibiscus to make plans for a art party Jan. 20. An open -fission, led by Mrs. Mil Iwitz on "Should a Woman lent of the United States." : B I R T H D A Z E : Daughter. Jill, was born Jan. 5 at Mt. Sinai Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fallck, 79oo Crespj Blvd.. who also have a son, 18 month-old JefJ. Father, insurance executive, recently became a member ot the Million Dollar Round Table and President's Clrib. Paternal grandparents are "Dodo" and Samuel Falick, and Mrs. Lillian Bernstein, great-grandmother. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roth and Mrs. Ann Levy, great-grandmother, all local residents. e First child. Tamra Elayne. born Dec. 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Kail, 4609 Lincoln St.. Hollywood. Fla. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lear Kail, of Beaton, and Mr. and Mrs. Abe (Grace) Durbin. long-time Miami Beach Beach residents, now also of Hollywood. Rabbi Simon Will Be Guest Speaker At Beth Torah Rabbi Ralph Simon, of Rodfei Zedeck Congregation. Chicago. III., Will speak on ".Monday night. "8 p.m.. at Beth Torah Congregation, recording to an announcement by Jerry Sussman. president of the Southeast Region of the United Synagogue of America. The lecture, to* which the gen oral public is invited, will be under the au •pices of t h < U n i t e d Synagogue as will the second in a series of three held in Greater "ABBI SIMON Miami. Rabbi Simon will speak on "The Conservative Movement Looks to Tomorrow." Rabbi Simon was ordained by th Jewish Theological Seminary of America, after receiving a BA degree from the City College of New York and an MA from Columbia University. He recently was honored by the Seminary with an honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity. A permanent professorship at the Seminary, the Ralph Simon 'Chair in Jewish Ethics and Myst ticism. has been established in his honor. Rabbi Simon is a past president of the Chicago Board of Rabbis. He is secretary of the Illinois Board of Mental Health Commissioners, .ji founder of Camp Ramah in Wisconsin, the author of numerous articles in various periodicals, and was keynote speaker at the national United Synagogue convention in 1961. A discussion period on various aspects of the Conservative movement will follow the lecture. Tropical Chapter Dinner Mrs. Bertram Thorpe, president, this week announced a dinner and show for Tropical Chapter, Amer lean Medical Center at Denver, on Jan. 19 at the Deauville Hotel. S irrin"wjll be Julie London and fk' TjaTWrT"'-fn chaYffe of reservations are Mrs. R Zcrlin and Mrs. I. B. Blofstein. Zionists to Honr.r Torczyner Here Jacques Torszyner. one of the founders and organizers of the World Confederation of General Zionists, will be guest of honor at a luncheon sponsored by the Greater Miami Zionist Districts. The luncheon will be Tuesday noon at the Eden Roc Hotel. Torczyner will also be honored at a meeting next Wednesday evening at the Eden Roc. Torciyner is chairman of the National Executive Council of the ZOA and assistant to tie president of the Rassco Israel Corp. He is a member of the presidium of the World Zionist Actions Committee, past president of the Manhattan Region of the ZOA and has been a leading Zionist both here and abroad. In charge of reservations for the luncheon are Mortimer May. past national president of the ZOA. and Louis B. Rudnick. presently a national vice president, who will host the event. Dr. Morten J. Robbins will introduce Torczyner at the Wednesday event. Musical program has also been arranged, according to Albert E. Ossip. chairman. Dr. Stanford to Speak Dr. Henry King Stanford, president of the University of Miami, will lecture on "Higher Education and its Impact on Religious Beliefs," at the Temple Zamora monthly cultural evening on Tuesday. Jan. 21. 8; 15 p.m., in the Social Hall. Tifereth Israel Installation Set Judge Henry Balaban will in stall new officers of Temple Tif ereth Israel at a dinner Sunday called for 5:30 p.m. Marshall H. Comis. president, heads the slate which includes Jack Berke and Irving Querido, vice presidents; Mrs. Ethel Schlissel and Mrs. Mary J. Seligman, secretaries;_ and Allan First, treasurer Entertainment will feature Mrs. Henry Balaban and Larry Blue. UM Orchestra Schedules 'Firsts' University of Miami Symphony Orchestra's first concert of the New Year, the fourth in the current winter series of programs, will be presented on Sunday and Monday evenings, Jan. 12 and 13. at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. The symphony orchestra, under the baton of Fabien Sevitzky, will be heard in tnree new compositions to be heard for the first time in South Florida. Six first chair members of the orchestra will be featured "guest" soloists. These include the violist Victor Stern, in a performance ot Hector Berlioz" "Harold in Italy." to be heard for the first time here; and harpist Mary Spald ing Sevitzky, flutist Eugene JohnMIII, oboist Julien Balogh, clarinetist William Kinger. and 'cellist Ingus Naruns in the world premiereperformance of American composer Henry CoweU's "Concerto lor Five Instruments." The third and concluding work on the program will be Dr. Sevitky's own transcription of Modest Moussorgaky's "Pictures at an Exhibition." scored under a new arrangement by the UM Symphony conductor. MEET HAROLD A. jREENE Good News for Everyone! Effective January 1, 1964 Anticipated O Dividend Per Year Paid and Compounded Quarterly .> ATTORNEY • CIVIC LEADER President, Civic Committee for Interama; Member, Gov't. 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Friday, January 10. 1964 fJmlst) ttoridfon Page 11-/ AMERICAN HERO MEMORIALIZED Jewish War Veterans Post to be Named After Col. Mickey Marcus in Dedication North Dado Post 746, of the Jew ish War Veterans of Ihc U.S.A., will be rededicated as Col. David Marcus Post on Sunday night during impressive ceremonies at Congregation P'nai Raphael, 1401 NW 183rd St. Mrs. David Marcus, widow of the West Point hero of Israel's War of Independence, will fly to Miami from her Brooklyn, N.Y., home to participate in the dedi cation of the fast-growing post in honor of her husband, best-known 88 Mickey'' Marcus. Mechanics Uniform Service ani Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. POBick '• sponsors of the dedication. Popick is a member of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, hclds tha same post with the Greater Miami Committee for Isreal Bonds and is active in many other causes. Popick. national vice president of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, is vice president of the Zionist Council of South Florida and a member of the Hoard Of Directors Ol Israel Investors Corporation. He and. Mrs Popick have made several trips to Israel. .Marcus is the only soldier buried in the West Point military cemetery who died while fighting i on er a flag other than the stars' and stripes He commanded the llaganah. larces Usrael Army) on Hcentral front in 1948, lifted the 8i|ge of Jerusalem by six Arab armies and was killed June. 1348. at Abu Ghosh, a scant six hours pefore the first ceasefire His American war record, which ncluded nine U.S. decorations in %  ddition to the Distinguished Ser rice Medal, was highlighted by laracbtlting into Normandy on • Day. training the Rangers in udo in the Pacific, and participation in the historic conferences of buebec, Yalta anJ Potsdam. Daniel Neal Heller, national kommander of the JWV, and Zcev pJ. Dover. Con-ul General of the Nate of Israel, will be principal [speakers at the Sunday evening Dedication and reception. Noah Schisel, who has sparked the growth of the North Dade Post from 20 to 70 members, has arranged the dedication ceremonies. Participating will be Manny Mandel, of North Miami Beach, Florida State JWV commander, and other federal, state, county and municipal officials. Ainslee n. Perdie, senior vice commair er ol Hie Florida orate Department ol the JWV, will serve as master of ceremonies, with Rabri Harold Richter. of B'nai Raphael, ottering the invocation and Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple Mem,rah, giving the benediction. Leaders of the North Dadc Post will give Mr-. Marcus the traditional red carpet welcome when She arrives on Easlern Air Lines Flight No. 605 at 12:20 p.m., Sunday. Schisel and F.AL officials arranged the welcome. Col. Marcus is the subject of Ted Berkman's recently-published biography. "Cast a Giant Shad ow." He Is the foremost non-Israeli hero in tiie history of the Jewish state. His gravestone bears the quiet legend. "Col. David Marcus—A Soldier for All Humanity'." There will be no solicitation of lunds at Sunday's reception, Schisel itresse Orthodox Rabbis Forming Council Rabbis David Lehrfield. of Kmseih Israel Congregation, ll. Louis Rottma i, of Beth Israel Congregation, Sherwjn Steuber, Young Israel of Greater Miami, and Phineas A Webberman. Ohev Shalom Congregation, announce the formation of the Ortho ox Rabbinical Council of Greater M; imi. Rabbi Stauber, chairman of the Council, said that "the purpose of the Council is to serve Hie Great er Miami area with a rabbinical organisation dedicated to the principles of Orthcdox Judaism." Rabbi Stauber, in outlining the new organization's goals, declared thai "the Council hopes to initiate progenms at college oampuses ol the community to inform them as to the nature and Significance of Orthodox Judaism. 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^r~r fj^/^ffe^£. Jewish Agency Treasurer Will Address CJA Campaign Cabinet Next Thursttey OTHER COMBINED APPtAl NEWS PACE TO-A A dinner in honor of Aryeh L agency. Pincus will "same to „, ,. lmvkh >l.ami especially lor the CIA. Tincus. treasurer ol the Jewish Agency for Israel, will be gi*n censoring the !" f* by the Campaign Cabinet of the %  • ^ t,Vi7 iTcM !" sasajst TAB SS5ST&Lehrman, CJA chairman. -A selected group 01 leaders oi the community have been invited to the advanced gifts dinner honoring Pincus, former secretar> general of the Ministry of Trans ney Ansin, Nathan Gomenick, Jay Kislak, Sam C. Levenson, Emit Morton, John Serbin and Carl Weinkle. Rabbi Lehrman cited Pincus" role in the welfare of the oconport of the State of Israel," Dr. ,my of the State of Israel and his Lehrman said. lose liaison with the Israel Gov — u .i rnment, as wel as with the Unit One of the leading authorities rnme en the economic growth and de velopment of the State of Israel "i kr.ow that those who were ;.r.d the absorption and resettleorivileged to hear Pincus speak at ment programs of the Jewish he CJFWF General Assembly at the Diplomat Hotel in November were not only impressed by hil knowledge of the economy of the state of Israel but also recognized him as a leading authority on the lifesaving programs that we of Combined Jewish Appeal support through our annual campaign," Cil, and by the Young Women's! Dr. Lehrman said. Division, all culminating in our In February IW. several dosin campaign dinner," u+^f^V***^ eaatt sa %  independent Jewish and Arab Members of the Campaign Cabslatcs pincus emigrated there inet also pledge.! their efforts and ;in( | j 0 i nc( | the newly-organized Is participation in the dinner in hon, ac i Ministry 01 Transport as seccr of Aryeh L. Pincus, treasurer rt ta ,. v general and legal advisor ol the Jewish Agency for Israel, which will be given by the CabiIn these capacities, Pincus was net on Thursday evening, Jan. 16, instrumental in the establish;,! the For.tainebleau. ment of El Al Airlines, and Goal Set At $1,386,500 in '64 Continued from Page 1-A (( YOU AUTO M fc^*i tf* 6 "'* : : I 1 •8 •• & ]f there's a new or late-modeluscd car in your future, sec us NOW! Mercantile financing combine.-; moderate bank rates, convenience and friendly service from start to finish. And monthly repayments will be arranged to suit your budget. All the while, you're building bank credit. 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Page 6-A + lewistifkrktlar> Friday. January 1C 1964 AJCcm. Gives Names cf Firms That Discriminate Continued from Page 1-A ___ Lighting and many others across the country. The "discriminatory barriers." the AJC stated, "are preventing 1he nation's major utilities from utilizing fully a standard portion of United States manpower in the management field." According to Mr. Sonnahend, Jews make up leas than one per cent of the total executive personnel in the country's 50 leading utilities. About 8 to 10 per cent of the college-trained population in this country is Jewish, he said, and the managerial staffs are recruited almost completely from the ranks of college graduates. In describing the discriminatory harriers, Mr. Sonnabend said that ""the problem really begins at the recruitment level when company representatives visit the colleges tad graduate saheela throughout the nation.' Me pointed out that [•otent.al Jewish candidates [or jobs in utilities management are presented "with a Mget've an. discouraging picture of their potential and possibilities In toe management divisions ol these utilities giants." The AJC president rep-rted that "th*re seems to be a builin dircriminetory screen which has.a .much finer mesh for Jews thot for other candidates. Jewish personnel traditionally must do better -than others either t> stay in rthe urn: place, or to mov up or. the higher managerial ladder." He aaid that, while very ftw companies have an explicit policy of discrimination, the utilities nevertheless "maintain a personnel practices climate that discourages Jewish candidates *ri members of other religious and e.hnic minority giowps. Mr. Somrabcnd set forth a lumber of major proposals on the basis Of preliminary Committee Invc tigations which, he said. wottld help in exploring the dimenfions of the problem. He urged hat the utilities undertake a ( %  cries of steps toward eliminating patterns of discriminatory behavior: 1. To enlarge the existing body a: knowledge about minority .mups in management, and the handicaps they tase in promotion ci: merit. 2. To develop an educational program on the detrimental effeel of barriers to the free flow of talent. :;. To initiate educational programs which would stimulate the ii terest ol minority groups in the 'Chaf Reception to Honor Moshe Berman At T B'Shevaf Dinner Here on Jan. 23 MOSHE BERMAN College Students At Emanu-EI Brunch Session A capacity turnout of college students who attend universities all over the nation congregated at Temple Emanu-EI for its annual brunch and buzz session recently. The young people were greeted by Dr. Irving Lchrman, who guid rd the collegians in a discussion of problems facing college students today Friday evening services were dedicated to these homecoming students: Stephen, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Chaikin. junior at the University of Michigan, majoring in engineering; Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feigenbaum, senior at the University of Miami. majoring in zoology; Esther, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. David Samuelson, senior at the Univer sity ol Bri geport, majoring in dental hygiene; and Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shulman, jui" r al the University ol Miami, majoring In elementary education "Chai" reception and : inner will honor Moshe Berman "tor 18 years ol dedicated service and a lifetime of extraordinary devotion tu the ideals of Israel's pioneer builders, Histadrut." Berman, executive director of the Greater Miami Histadrut Committee, will be honored on Tuesday evening, Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m. The Tu B'Shcvat affair will be ( held at tli^' Fontainebleau Hotel, according to Jacob Rifkin, reception chairman, and is under the auspices of the local Business an:! Professional Council lor Kupat Holim and the Israel Histadrut Committee. Chairman of the Council is Mrs. Anna Brenr.er Meyers, who will be joined on the "Chai" Reception and Dinner Committee by Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chairman of the Council; Sam Feinstcin, president ol the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee; Irving M. Sachs, vice president; Joseph. Kuluva, treasurer; and Jack S. Popick. Prior to his arrival here seven years ago, Berman was for 12 years with the Israel Histadrut Committee of Los Angeles, Calif. Since coming to Miami, "he helped strengthen and unify a virtually non-existent Histadrut campaign locally," Rifkin said. The committee today includes some 650 members. He also created the Business and l'n [essior.al Council for Ku pal Holim just two years ago. Berman will be specifically honored ;>: the Jan. ^ inner and reception for his leadership i;i launching the campaign lor the Greater Miami Medical Center now being erected in Beersheba, Israel. The Center will be dedicated m June, and a Miami delegation is expected to attend the ceremonies at which will be present prominent Israel Government leaders, as well as officials representing Histadrut and Kupat Holim, the Jewish State's nation;.' health program under Histadrut auspices. The Tu B'Shcvat affair at the Fontainebleau will also feature greetings by Dr. Sol Stein, national executive director of the Israel Histadrut campaign in the Unite,! States, and Nico Feldman. noted Israeli opera and folk-singer. expected opportunities in the utilities field' al all levels. The American Jewish Commit lee has been sponsoring and cooperating with three major stud [et underway, for the past two Mars, at Harvard, the Universitj i-f Michigan, and the University ol California, at Los Angeles These studies are probing barriers on the executive level both at recruitment points and within the industries. A statement by A. T. A T. declared: "We are not aware of any such discrimination." A spokesman for Consolidated Edison said: "We have people of all races, so long as they have talent. We could not afford to discriminate." Frank M. Osta, vice president for employee relations of the Niajara Mohawk Power Company said: "For many years, people of the Jewish faith have held positions of COINS BOUGHT, SOLD and APPRAISED Sidney W. SmM-ffare Coins 2512 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 7-1200 responsibility" with his company. Pacific Gas & Electric Com pany, In San Francisco, said the lomfflnai !n (• WE INSTALL GLASS FOR EVERY PM RPOSE STORE FRONT PUTE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Fops, Beveled Mint* and Resifvering Our Specialty 5 L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin "Progressing wi th Our Many Satisfied Customer." ANOTHER LOCATION EOR FOUR CONVENIENCE C0ULT0N BROS. j n "M*r-.N*r" torn TUKO nrs \ Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. Sib St. '"VVN/'-V'-VV



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Frfetay. Jtew** ifl. 1964 %  %  -.*/* Fkrktetr '• Poge 9A %  : %  ". • • • *ll-*** 5Our thirtieth year of growth marks a major milestone in the history of Chase Federal Savings and Loan Association — and of the South Florida Community we have served through these years. The figures below are indicative of South Florida's growth as a whole, for, in the years between yesterday's depression and today's healthy economy, Chase Federal and South Florida have grown together, mutually dependent, mutually prosperous. This growth will continue. The sound principles of reinvesting savings in conservative first mortgages within the community perpetuates the progress of an already progressive area. Chase Federal will continue to serve South Florida in the future as in the past: paying the highest dividends consistent with safety and prudent manage' ment.. providing the lowest possible mortgage rates...in the highest standards of community and customer service. A ez^o— ^4r C. L. Clement*, President THIRTY YEARS OF PROGRESS The growth of Chase Federal shows consistent gains with total resources now exceeding $155,500,000.00 $160,000.00000 140,000,000.00 120,000,000 00 100.000,000.00 •0.000.000.00 60,000.000.00 40,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 1934 1944 1954 1H4 STATEMENT OF CONDITION • December 31,1963 ASSETS: Cash, U. S. Government and Government Agency Bonds VA & FHA Insured and Guaranteed Loans $ 29,580,836.83 Conventional Loans 105,378,776.58 Loans on Savings Accounts i Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank Prepaid Federal Insurance Premium Buildings. Equipment & Parking Lots Real Estate Owned ; Other Assets .,....... TOTAL .,*................ LIABILITIES: Savings Accounts Federal Home Loan Bank Advance ... Loans in Process Advance Payments by Borrowers for Taxes, Insurance & Etc. .... Deferred Income Other Liabilities Reserve for Estimated Income Tax Reserves and Surplus: General and Specific Reserves Surplus TOTAL $7,698,681.67 1,985,098.41 $ 14,100.117.92 134,959,61341 1,320,210.30 1,478,000.00 589,728.69 2,274,712.32 320,308.08 491,665.02 $155,534,355.74 $135,872,588.12 7,000.000.00 1,477,537.63 578,306.3 639.329.47 99,614.08 183,000.00 9,683,780.08 $155,534,355.74 4 i% 4 ,. .. ANTWMTtO ANNUAL DIV ID END RATK ON SAVINGS. DIVIDENDS PAID AND EOMPOUNDID QUARTERLY. CHASE F B D B R JK. L. MAIN OFFICE. LINCOLN ROAD, ON THE MALL AT 1100 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, 425 AT SHERIDAN COLLINS AVENUE, AT 75th ST. SURFSIDE, 9564 HARDINQ AVE. NORTH MIAMI BEACH, 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER SOUTH DADE, N. KENDALL DRIVE AT U.S. 1 "For Savings, For Mortgage*, For My Money... It's CHASE Federal!"