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"tjewish Ftoridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 Number 3 Miami. Florida. Friday. January 17, 1964 Two Sections Price 2C f Soviet Warns Arabs Against Bloody Campaign Over Jordan By JTA — Direct Teletype Wire JERUSALEM—Israel was encouraged Tuesdaj i>> i broadcast in Arabic from Moscow cautioning the Arab eadcrs against turning the dispute over Israel's Jordan Rivor irrigation project into a bloody campaign. The Soviet caution strengthened the belief here that i firm -.Wind by the major poweis, coupled with Israel's renl power and the divisions within the Arab camp. was certain to prevent the 13 Arab rulers at the current Cairo "summit conference" from embarking on a military adventure in their opposition to the irrigation development project. Official Israeli quarters here have so far refrained from commenting on proceedings at the Cairo summit meeting on grounds it was "too early" for such reaction. It was stressed here, however, thai the opening state ments made Monday by Arab leaders at the parley I lered little from those of the past and that they were as venomous as ever, hardly creating an atmosphere [or moderation. Despite the encouraging prospects, Haaretz, the independent daily newspaper, said there was no room lor complacency and for excluding even the extreme threat "f an attack on Israel if not in open war then by a terrorist campaign along the Israel-Arab borders. Pope Cables Shazar Thanks for Welcome; Addressed to Tel Aviv %  i k LEM iJTA) The DI thanks sent by Pope kl io President Shazar <>! rter the Pope's unprecepilyi image "as addres tod Pn -idciii at Tel Aviv. a i,in ei that the Vaticai dropped its support for a 1948 United Nations resolution : r the internationalization i| .1 : isali m. pope expressed apprec iti in lor Ities he had been piv nd for the welcome he recen •om the various Israeli ofl he m I Prime Mini *ter Esh lared in a statei len that people ol Israel had been ply impressed by the I • lality of the Pope and %  ii, mphasis on the need [or %  %  reconciliation and frit n I The Israeli press agreed that the visit was an event of great importance for Israel, but they questioned the Pope's defense of the late Pcpe Pius XII who has been accused of failing to speak out against the Naii genocide of European Jewry. the independent daily • • %  %  taper, said that the \isit con Dr. Mengele Medical Degr fronted Israel with three tests: organisational, political and his torical, and thai the first was pass ed "with flying colors." Political j speaking, (he daily added, the \erj fact <>t the visit to a country which the Vatican does not recognize was an achievement ol great : ',ll.ee. Commenting on the refusal ol Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim to attend the welcoming ceremonies [or the Pontiff, Ha: retz indicated ii was possible that the Chief RabContinued on Page 12-A Nasser Wants Joint Command To Rip Project DRAIN ISRAELS WATER SOURCE PAGE 11-A GA'AAl ABOEl NASSEH senbbord-shofcer Vatican Organ Emphasizes Paul's Defense of Pius kNKFURI JTA)—Dr. Josel %  le, notorious physician at ichwltl annihilation camp. 1 is missing from among the now on trial here as leadmbers ol the personnel of Auschwitz death camp, filed a a against the canceli of IMS medical degree in 1961 the Frankfurt University. -election doctor," as Dr le was known among the i p inmates lor picking ictims 1 gas IP\ ens. tiled his appeal the tate authorities through American lawyer. He did 1 licate his whereabouts, but h ias last reported hiding in Aritina. lie named his wife as his representative. West German 11 es have been unsuccessful in el torts to find him for extradiI The trial of the 22 others in •he Auschwitz case continued, with one defendant refusing to Citify and two others denying co-nplicity in any murders. All 22 are accused of participating ln Hie murder of several million ROME — (JTA) — A new defense of the actions on behali ol .lewsuffering persecutions under Hitler taken by the late Pope Pius XII, was printed this week in the Vatican's official organ, L'Osscrvatore Romano, The article made it clear that, Seeks His ee Restored Auschwiti inmates, most of the victims having been Jews. Carl Hoecker, a former Auschwitz adjutant, denied guilt, although he conceded also that he Continued on Page 3-A when Pope Paul VI made a state nmit in Jerusalem defending Pius, the Pontifl was referring specific ally to the German drama. "The Deputy," which accused Pope Pius "f tailing to speak oul against the Hitler holocaust "It is not necessary." stated L'Os;ervatore Romano, "to explain that Paul VI by these and other words, referred to a known theatrical work which has provoked lively discussions and protests. To vindicate tiie memory of the Pope of the war years, his good will, his heroic work, his intense and direct participation —there, near the Mandeibaum Gate in Jerusalem — m?ant to defend man from all oppressions, discriminations, all cruelties that ensue from the inevitable. %  •Paul vi before i"> audience Continued on Page 7-A JTA—Direct Teletype Wire LONDON President Nasser, ol I;ypt, indicated in his opening ad dress to thi Arab "summit meel ing" in Cairo on Monday that he w< uld propose a L'nited Arab militarj command as an essential firsi step in Arab plans to counter Israel's Jordan River irrigation project, it was reported here i tee laj from the Egyptian capital. He spoke briefly bi fore the meeting went into secret session n v as subsequent!) described as "frank.' The chi< ts of staffs ol th 13 participating countries were scheduled to report Tuesday on the military situation with regard to Israel. Also slated for Tuesday was a report on a plan by the \ ab League 1" divert Jordan liivr waters before they reach Israel It appeared that there was already ;eneral agreement that a plan of that nature would be the best way to counter Israel's projected irrigation plan. Abdul Khalik Hassouna, secretary general of the Arab League, told the summit meeting Mcnday *hjt every means had to be txp'oied to perfect an Arab voice to facr Zionist "expansionism." Pi asfcr'.eJ lliat Israel's diversion of Ihe Jorc'an River would "10b" the Arabs of the right to benefit from their waters aed result in "gathei in j in mere forces dedicated to fanaticism and evil." Ii,said it OUld eei.-idlii.ile stiil iiutln r "this a -t • ssi\c impi riartsl cita Icl in ;' • %  world." The last-minute announci i b) President Chebad. ol 11 ban rial he was act atti nding the t i n( e .•>as seen %  a sad on by so lie Arabs [I w as no i • he Jordan Ri' er r ses pi 11) in I banese territory and any plan II dam or divert the Jordan River ivould affect l ebanon first One oi the first soc.ai at the conlen nee w ..s one I ct Continued on Page 13-A NOTES RISING DEFICIT U Thant Fears Rise of Trouble In Middle East During 1964 Gestapo Chief, Eichmann's Superior, Seen in Albania HAMBURG UTAi The for mer (iastapo chief, Heinnch Mueller, is in Tiranna, Albania, working for thai country's secret police it -' s reported here this week in Ded Stern, Germany's largest illustrated magazine. iii a well-documented article; based on Information from an un-l Identif'ed western security service, the magaiine charged that Mueller, long the subject of speculation, has been in Albania since 1956 and uses the name. Nakos Chiri. He is reported to be cap tain in the secret police but with the authority of a general Reports that Mueller, Eichmann's Gestapo superior, did not die during the last days of the Second World War, have been circulating in Germany for several months. In September, a court ordered his body exhumContinued on Page 8-A UNITED NATIONS — (JTA l — Secretar) General U Thant warned tinweek that 196-1 will be "a crucial year in the history ol the United Nations" and singled out Ihe Middle Easl as a region where trouble may develop. He pointed to three troublesome issues facing the United Nations. One. he said, was financing, with the UN facing now a deficit ol Sl34.ooo.ooo The second, he said. V as the situation in the .Middle East, while the third is the issue of decolonization. He pointed to the fact that the United Nations Emergency Force—on guard on the Gaia Strip and in the Egyptian Sinai overlooking Israels waterway in the Gulf of Akaba—is continuing Continued on Page 6-A U THANT crucial year



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T\. 1 J Tl *Jfwlsf>noridT?3il Friday. lanuary 17, \%{ Page 2A .*. • Johnson Invites Eshkol for Washington Vmt JERUSALEM UTM Prii'ont Johnsoii has invited Israel's I'rimc Minister Lew fcSOAVi • >< \isit him in Washington, it was revealed here Tuesday. Mr. Eshkol reported on the Johnson Invitation to the Cabinet meeting Sunday. It W*3 assumed that the Peace Corps, ington MONTHLY PEST CONTROL SERVIC ants • rats • n*ce/ s j| V erfish callF ^ "T^^ roaches sent by Presidonl Israeli leader will aecept the to the UMMdttM Pjjet ^WJJ JJg^ JordlH rB^ BK ,i,,tihri.:bUf thai the .ate will be rhr %  trtlW ^^ ma ,. tff shnv( ,, xed in the next tew weeks. specific poi" t(1 Mr •Ihe Johnson invitation, it waa ten. Mi. %  MM v. evealod waa contained in the letiohnson, U wa8 8 ""V s £5 the U.S. President pre.ouched in ^ !" 1 terms ,n.ed to Mr. Eshkol last week It was unterstoo here s-..-.ert Shriver, director of similar invitation to visit Hisfadrut Ivrit Leader to Appear Morris B. Newman, chairman of the H<*J e J? 0 ^"*.:" 0 fj£ he Praeaidlum ol Ihe National ed at the 30tb ,.m n t.on <> i HIstadrut Ivrit. the American tadrut Ivnl. reeenth held in D rucii Of the World Hebrew orlantic City. features ganizot'on, Bri. Ivrlt Olamit, will In addition o "? e *J5 L guest speaK at a meeting o, the program jiH^c, ttnto •'MoSon is a |**MJ T J fttS cultural group here. Newman will secretary of the Istadrut ivri be heard this Sunday evening. 8 p.m at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association Audi lorium, 1234 Washington Ave. Irving Shalom, president, said that the evening'* program will also feature a presentation of Israeli current events by Dr. Yeshayshu Almagor and a discussion of the Bib'e portion by Zvi Perash, of the Hebrew Academy faculty. 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Friday. January 17, 1964 *Jfn>isit fk>rtd/ain Page 3-A Pick Advanced oc 0 Agency Discussion Gfffs Comm'tfee At the first meeting of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet held at the Fontair.ebleau Hotel aTe standing (left to right) Federation Executive Director Arthur Rosichan, Dr. Norman Jaffe. A. C. Fine, Shepard Broad end 7-ige Milton A. Friedman. Seated (left to right) ore KrnesV lam*, Nouun Palioi. Sam Luby Jr., Mcrshall Hcjriia. Josech Lipton, Emil Morton, Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, Joseph Rose, Jay Kislak, Federation President Sidnev Lefcejort, Leon Kaplan, Sam J. Heiman and John Serbin. %  cderaYion Forms Capital Needs Committee Here FdrtriBlidU Of a Capital Needs ommittee of>the Greater Miami % %  wish Federation to plan lor the %  fcalth .-:. have a Jewish Community Service Building in muni as central headquarters for many of the fommir! ry's leading Jewish agenMerqele Demands ec.cci Degree Continued from Page 1-A ,,i "passed on" four or five exn • iers issued by his chiefs. jVilhelm Buyer, former senior I i-d at Au ichv i /. told tl' court he would givo no testimony at the trial. Another—of the accused. Klaus Dylewski, test : thai B er had cruel piece ol torture appai .:'' %  callc I the B ger I 'i adie," for use on inmates. When tl e court sou 5hl %  > question Bo r about this apparatus, he said he would not answer questions about mattei thai might hart hli > ase Tincourl did not press bint further. cies," Lefcourt noted. I which has been notified by the Several ol our Federation agencity that it will have to vacate its pies need additional office space long-occupied building at 135 N\v fcort'v" A ca I" po" 1 Is 'h3rd Ave.. Miami, to make way Bureau of Jewish Education, for the highway system. •\n Adanced Gifts Committee to ack tip the Tjeneral campaign i ... i ,.i i of the 1934 Combined Jewish Appeal, Dr. Irving Lehrrwm, an I B imuel N. Friedla id and Max Orovitz, chairman ol Pacesetters was announced tin.wee'. Named were Sidney Ansin, mem tx-i of the Federation Executive Committee, who served as a vice chairman or the Silver Anniversary ein*p*igi Nathan Gumen,ck, member of the Executive Committee Al.-o .lax Kislak. member of the Board of Governors and former treasurer of the Greater Miami .lewsh FfesVsvattom past campaign chairman ol the. United Kurd and (hairman of the Federation finance Committee and member ol the Budgtti Committee; Sam C. Levensou. co-chairman of the Silver Anniversary initial Gilts Comnittee and a member ol the Fed ration Executive Committee; Emil .Morton, member uf the Fed %  ration Board of Governors. And John Serbia, 1957 gener.il chairman and 1964 chairman of the Residents Division; and Carl Woinkle, past presi 'ent of Fed Spiritual leader ol Temple Adath Yeshurnn, Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, • I appear on Ch. 7. ACKT. 'hiSun ay morning. io a.m., for a joint discussion of what conditions would lead a family to seek the aid and guidance a sot ial agency. Participating will be Leon Fisher, executive director, Jewish Family and Children's Service, and Dr. Alan Lipton, psychiatric consultant, JFCS. No. Dade Women In Member Tea North Dade Chapter. B'nai B'rilh Women, will hold a memiier.-uip tea on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Howard Levine. 20120 NE 26th Ave. A film on a B'nai B'rith philanthropy will be shown and refreshneuts will be served. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Howard Levine, Mrs. Harry Sohen, and Mrs. Kalph Abramson. eralion and member of the Executive Ciunm'ttce. 1 BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 77 OTA R ION HEARING AIDS Repair An Mokei WH.Lfc YOU WAIT latteries and Molds Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. -2nd Ave. 377-1022 TERMS TRADES MIAMI SPRAY CO. 1201 OP A LOCK A BLVD. MU 5-1521 CPA-10CKA, FLORIDA KCNI PLYMOUTH vAK — AND OTHER FINE CARS — nm _, A WEFK VI C PI Ui fcc A MILE •JJ I ^B Convertible! T %  • %  V $20 Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. 14S1 W. FLAGLER FR 3 676S !_!/£


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TA I < Tl Fage 4-A *Jewistrk>rgdiarT_ Friday. January 17, 1%4 "Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4C.05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX IRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher 1EO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher BeVond-Clau PoaUC* PaW t Miami. Florida. The J.wl.h Floridian ha, £&*&ittr*2$L2& the Jewi.h Weekly. M mber oft?!, %  >' worldw.d* New, Agency. Seven Art. Feature V? !" c! •. •' S?rvice. National Editor.Jl Assn. America n As English-Jewish Ne wspapen. and the F^oncia rrc, The J*Hlh Ftorldtan doo not guarantM "".;';;''f ,h ,. f the merchandise Advertised In He coluinna. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On. Year ,5 00 *"" *%~ JP•'"• Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 |MJ Number 3 Friday. January 17. 1964 3 Shevat 5754 A Mind of His Own President Johnson has many rroblems with which to cope as successor to John Fitzgerald Kennedy. He seems to be overcom...g them like the Capitol Hill veteran that he is. Nevertheless it is certainly not natuitous to congratulate him on the stand he has decided to take .-•jgarding the lifting of discriminatory bars to the nation's immic a'ion laws. This is in keeping with the President's astonishing performc "ice, which hardly lives up to his supposed image. Mr. Johnson has, at least publicly, been an overwhelming supporter of Mr. Kennedy's civil rights crogram. And now, he is taking la the roads to let the nation and its legislators know that he wants changes in our immigration laws. This, too, was a favorite Kennedy ambition. But it would be ?hort-changing President Johnson io cast him in another unsuitable image — that of the "me too" r.an. We are happy that some Iegional-minded Americans, with ell that narrow regionalism suggests, have experienced bitter disappointment r. the President's stand on civil rights. We are equally happy that he is just as vigorous and forthright in the matter of a long:.eeded immigration overhaul. His State of the) Union message last week makes us believe Mr. Johnson is. His own words speak most eloquently for him. Dr. Mengele Mistreated There no longer is any doubt about it. Dr. Josef Mengele is alive. For years, and par: cularly since the capture of Adolf Eichmann, conflicting reports have circulated as to his v hereabouts or demise. Now, the man has the incredible audacity ic file a claim against Frankfurt University for revoking his medical degree back in 1961. Dr. Mengele's name still strikes terror in the hearts of those with Nazi concentration camp experience. He was the man who, whitecloved, decided which inmates would live and V hich die. The trial going on today at Frankfurt in West Germany has finally flushed him out. his human beast, reportedly living somevhere in South America, is angry. He has ieen dealt with, he feels, unjustly. He wants his medical license back. We wonder for what. A Non-Political* Trip Pope Paul is back home in the Vatican. The Pope may continue to talk about the purely spiritual purposes of his trip to Jordan and Israel. But his actions speak louder than his words. That he went to Israel is tacit Vatican recognition of the political reality of Israel's existence, which flies in the face of the some':mes schizoid Arab leaders, who repeatedly fail to accept the reality. Pope Paul's acceptance of it will do much in the years ahead to ease the belligerence e.gainst Israel. Also to be noted here is the Pope's letter io President Shazar following his return to the Vatican. The letter was addressed to Tel Aviv. But President Shazar lives in Jerusalem, for Jerusalem is Israel's capital city. The Vatican, -owever, long ago wen', on record as preferring an internationalized status for Jerusalem. Was he Pope's trip to the Middle East non-political?" We hardly think so. Unexpected Soviet Warning The Sea of Galilee, from which the Jordan River flows, belongs to Israel lock, stock and barrel. But there seem to be some leaks in the barrel For years, Israel has been building a national water scheme aimed at harnessing the waters of the Jordan in order to bring them to the Negev, her parched desert southland. But Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, each fronting on the Sea of Galilee, don't like the idea. Then there is Gamal Abdel Nasser, who fronts on nothing. Nasser has little more interest in Israel's national water plan than his single unrelenting purpose: to destroy Israel. The irrigation of the Negev is something he wants to avoid; it would make Israel even stronger than she is today in her capacity to withstand possible Egyp'ian aggression. And so, the Arab League, united by no principle except ha ( red of Israel, met in Cairo this week to stop progress in the Middle East. Nasser's main scheme: to threaten Israel with war. We are heartened by the unexpected Soviet warning to the Arabs this week not to make a bid for bloodshed over the Jordan R:vei project. The Arab-language broadcast from Moscow may be seen from many points of view, possibly even from the vantagepo.nt of the presumable thaw in the Cold War. No matter what its motive, the Soviet position is welcome. Nevertheless, we can not help mentioning here that Nasser's aggressive stance is largely the resul' of the huge beefinqup his military forces have received via Made in Russia arms placed at his disposal in phenomenal amounts. Among the weapons of war Nasser has acquired from his Soviet friends are missiles submarines, supersonic bombers and jet fiqhters and other such effective instruments of mass murder. Certainly, the Russians were well aware of his intentions in the past. It does not become them to do the turnabout and play the role of arbitral today What must not be forgotten is that Moscow wants something for this, and will make her wishes known sometime in the near future • Mea l nwhlle as we say. from the point'of view of hard-pressed Israel, we must be grate ful for the stern deterrent no mrrHo, .?.,!?!?. source. no matter what its White Jew %  Hater in the US Is Also the Negro's Oppressor By EMANUEL MURAVCHIK M^T us repeat Jhc ..otoiou-*L both -lews and Negroes are part of the American culture. There is ample research showing that many Jews reflect in their attitudes the prevalent ant. Negro stereotype just as many Negroes echo the prevalent ant: Jewish stereotype. While a larger proportion of Jews and Ne groes do reject these prejudices. „ |, not rare for an individual Jew or Negro to express prejudiced attitudes toward the other group and yet to be particularly critical oi the members Of the other group for having prejudices againsl his group. Although anti-Semitism offers the Negro a fleeting and questionable iden tification with the Christian white majority, it has never become a mass phi nomenon because the white Jew hater is also the Nc gro's i : pri ssor Shopkeeper Competition !!•, ol the lest anti-Jewish resentn oi is the stereotype ol I Jew as eci nomic the Ni v *' ork and Los Angeles, the li .., r-income-class %  ployer in the factor) or h hold, as sh pkeepi r land rent collector, as doctor, denti HI lawyer. Such relationships, which are sometimes exploita tive, tend lo produo li u lion. In Inoppn --ion. the Negro %  >worker, as consumer, as tenant. maj look upon all Jews ••ex ploiters. The N'egro shopkeeper and businessman sees his Jewish counterparts %  > competitors. already, entrenched in the one place he feels he has a chance —the Negro neighborhoods. A major source of bitterness among Negroes is the resistance and resentment they have encountered ''hen moving into predominantly Jewish neighborhoods. The general reaction of Jews ha-been flight to the suburb.And. it must be said, Statistics bear this contention out. In New York City, the net out-migration ol whites from Manhattan, the Bronx, and Brooklyn was aboul one million between 1949 an I 1955 Almost half—505,000 were Jew-, though Jewwere only aboul 35 percent ol ihe white population in I • Business Interests Mi Idle i ass Negroes, i spi i ly. feel this as a rebufl I %  selves -' eking to escape Ihe soi ial di ation oi ; %  slum, ihej feel that despite the economic and education status they have chieved, the> are also shunned Mi reover hi i Ni tr> lo move into the subPI that builders i %  elude Ihi mi rte i housii velopmcnU they find r p: %  • of the I • ,. obviousl> The crime is compounded in their eyes b) ai Is %  crimination There a tremendous stir in the %  I'" -when Jackie Hob sed membership in •' predominant!) Jewish club in %  ford, Connecticut, Ne '•""' %  -.'In stand why .lew %  victims ol socia elusion practice it againsl other minority, s, ex an01 course, man; of these phe Momena ,i„ ,,„! have their roots in Negro-Jewish relations, but have causes economic or so< Thus the presence of a number o| J ewg j n h( ol employer of Ne landlord oi other i.i a •1 capacity roes, or as storekeeper in col red neighborhoods is itself consequence of the pattern discrimination and economic restriction which has forced Jews marginal economic activilhr entrepreneur-minded "eluded by established into ties Jew business interests and with small savings as eapital. lou nd an ou< ret "In flpeft "SeasoltST !Wlr>H'g? business enterprises capable of appealing only to the least skilled workers, or in investment in lowest-cost housing properties. Workers and tenants fitting these categories were not in all periods predominantly Negro. In the earlier decades they were predominantly Jews. While not excusing either exploitation or slums, it is important to realize that what we are dealing with is not a Negro-Jewish situation in its roots, but an economic situation. Similarly, the migration of Jews to the suburbs was not caused merely by the influx of Negroes in their neighborhoods In their increasing prosperity. Jews turned from the struggle for survival to the search for higher social status, better living conditions, and greater ac mce In the American middle-class Thenino doubt thai where Negroes have moved into t rmerly all Jewish neighbor In ods, the hostility and fear • bj the Jews has not tx ei rcnl from that shown bj other whites in other neighboihoo Is The Negro h.i> been blamed fur conditions over which he h.i n mtrol — overcrowded housing deterioration of the pttblu Is, ai <' a greater Incldi nci nt violence. In such neighbor hoods. .!••'..and Negroes ha\< remained strangers. By and large. Jewish and Negro community leaders have not sought each other out and initiated "dialogues" that could lead to greater mutual understanding. Unemployment Problem This concentration of Negroes in the large cities of the North has accelerated and intensified the political process Inside the Negro community; by its sheer weight and mass it exerts a constant pressure on Negro leaders Possibly the greatest pres.-ure for some unclear, new kind of militant action comes from the cancerous problem of unemployment among Negroes. What good .in Supreme Court victories on Ihe admission of Negroes to previously segregated schools, or the breaking of voting barriers in certain counties in the deep South, when in fact the Kegr dwinner cannot support his i.muly and clothe and feed his i hildren? Today, the rate of unemployment among Negroes is twici that among whites. Negroes whi are unemployed are not Interest ed in the abstractions, of social justice. They ma) applaud the courageous Negro student.in South, but their pressing need in jobs. They be liev e il idiscrimination in hlrin not the depressed econdrily or the -i read of automation thai keeps them from employment. Thej want thouleaders M now againsl discrimination and produce jobs at decent wagethat will liberate them frfftn b^rr tubsistence on unemployment welfare or utterly wretched substandard jobs. Middle Class Bitterness On the other hand, the restlessness, bitterness (and antiSemitism) of the new and crow ing middle class of professionals. businessmen, and educated Ne groes is not caused by poverty. but by the desire to be in, to be %  part ot the establishment: many of its members have at tamed a measure of material suceess; whal they want now is Status and recognition; whether they are doctors, would-be com inunity leaders or politicians, they seek a share in the power and privileges that accrue lo those who are part of the .i • opted leadership group in ths genera] community



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dj Friday. January 17. 1964 Jen 1st Fkrktian Page 5-A .ETTER TO THE EDITOR Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth Torah, congratulates Miss Toby Cavell, delegate of Be'.h Torah United Synagogue Youth, on her return from a na'onal convention of United Synagogue Youth leaders in New York City. Miss Cavell is a student in the Senior High Department of Beth Torah and an active member of USY. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cavell. 17900 ME 10th Ave. Egypt Refining Own Uranium To Avoid Powers' Ccntr:. TKL AVIV — (JTA) — ltcports Irom Cairo that Egypt Was refining its own uranium were inter preted here this week as indicating that the Nasser regime ilenot i xpect any Big Power control nn how it would use uranium, ;he kay material in the production ot nuclear weapons. The announcement was that Egypt was refining uranium and thorium in its "atomic city." south A Cairo, in a plant manned niamiv hv West German scientist-. 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I ntil this ii I ir mation is obtained, Israel is ni t i xpet tol to c immenl official!) on ihc Egyptian HUM uncement, ROOM and BOARD I For Elderly Pec pie. Special low sum I j mer rates, strictly Kosher. Warm at| mosphere. Car service Also E'ficiency — reasonable Rate. Mrs. H lev^n j 1545 Euclid AY*. JE 1-3741 | THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NllOS FOR ITS THRIFT SHOP All Vovr furniture, Clothing, linens, Dishes, Drapes, Etc. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays EDITOR, The Jewish Floridion: Daniel N. Mellcr. National Com-. Dander of the Jewish War Veterans, was guest speaker at the ledication of the Col. David Marus Post No. 746 on Sunday •veiling. Commander Heller leiivered an inspiring address ledicating the new name of he post in memory of a most disInguished American, Col. David Mickey" Marcus, who sacrificed is life in the Israel War of Liberation in 1948. The dedication, held at our synagogue, Congregation B'nai Raphel. would have been most bcauifi.il had not a couple of remarks %  y the National Commander mared our "simchah." In eulogizing 'ol. Marcus. Commander Heller pointed out that such men as Marcus helped to change the image of the Jew in the minds of nations of the world from that of a helpless soul wrapped in a Talis and praying to that of a courageous, backboned soldier who cannot be trampled upon. He then mentioned that this new image would help eradicate the disparaging one created through the 2,000 tears of our exile. While I too concur with Commander Heller that the new stalwart imago created by the Israelis is something we can be proud of, and that it is vital for our physicial survival, I do not feel we must denigrate the image of the Jew wrapped in his Talis. For if we wish to eradicate that image, it's time we started closing our synagogues and religious (Choois and insteac' open Jewish military academies. The Jew wrapped in his Tails was a symbol of faith, learning nd perseverance at a tune wlvn the hostility of the nations permitted no other. Remember, it, took a Nazi holocaust to awaken a world to repent for its sins to-. wards the Jew, and even now we're not certain they've repented. Let us retain both images, the image of the Jew wrapped in his Talis. (he symbol of faith, mor ality and spirit, and also that of the Israeli with his resoluteness, brawn and physical courage. It is the happj marriage of both images that best assures our survival. In fairness to National Commander Heller. I must add that tfter his address, he privately admitted to me that he really did not mean to belittle the image of the Jew in his exile. However, in his desire to make us proud of the newer image, he had gone overboard to an extent he hadn't intended. I feel that since the -i were more than 250 people prent, (here is a need lor public ing and clarifying this very nlficant issue. RABBI HAROLD RICHTER Congregation B'nai Raphael EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: "During the Week ... As I See it." by Leo Uindlin, should be printed in every newspaper in t us country. If the world were acquaint with the true tacts about Isri His Holiness Pope Paul VI woi not have hesitated to enter Je salem from Jordan rather than some other place, thus show i his submission to the Arab pol.::• clans. HARRY CHAHT Miami Beach Rothbart Art To be Featured Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol oni announces an art exhibit which opened Wednesday, featuring the works of Samuel Rothbort. Rothbort, who is 82 years old. was born in Walkovisk, White Rus sia. lie attended Walkovisk Yeshiva and came to this country in 1P.04. lie began to paint professionally a year later, lie exhibited with the Society ol Independi nts, Brooklyn Water Color Society and was also represented in the Brooklyn Museum collection. Since then, he has had numerous one-man shows and his work is in many collections throughout the United States and Kurope. He •s the author ol "Out ol Wood and Stone." which deals with his philosi phy and %  i ulpture. In spite of his age, Rothbort produces a painting a week ;. id al-o sculpts and carves in woo The exhibit is open to the ge*> era! public on weekdays from 9 I 5 p.m., Friday evening befc.services, which start at 8 p.m.. ; on Sundav irom 9 to 12 noon. Arbor Day At Beth Shirah Jewish Arbor l)a\ will be served by Temple Beth shirah r I] [ious School students on Sunc inclining with the planting of 81 trees and [lower seeds around new Temple grounds Ceremony will be preceded S:30 a.m. by an Assembly dun which Cantor Herman Gottli will conduct a special program Arbor Day melodies. I Busy Executives save more than money at FIRST FEDERAL They save precious time, as well. 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Page 6-A */wi^ fhrtdton Friday, January I?, 19^ Rape Paul s Trip By MAX LERNER i i The press accounts <>i Pope Paul's pilgrimage lo the Holy Land have underscored the hi;ton." traditions he broke and tho "firsts" he est ablis hed, ?s veil :ith^ color and rama-cven ihc perils—ot liis reception. They have boon right lo t.'o so. .These arc the names that appear in both the Old and its. rhu has been the burden ol a series ol splendid |led "The Bridge." The common sources ol the ..ut is have been n rtn pointed up by the evidence of the Dead is to translate intention into deed. This can only Sd^K^r? Ch 7 h Co n ">en it meets at Rome to con" Mder agauut the now historic Chapter A of the schema denying the 12Z %  : i a lD8 < h J^s. which %  ••' 1 meeting. Pope Paul has done his par; I, "" '"' ,K i I" •• %  and Bishops to do the;,-. L3J Reaffirms Ties '*o tercel JERUSALBM tJTA) President Johnson has assured Israel i tr.tii.uvd U.ited states supprt and friendship in the letter I tiivcred to Premier Lc\i Eslk.l by United States Peace Corps director Sargenl Shriver. Premier Eshkol ana Mr. Shriver discussed plans for closer cooperation between the Peace Corps and Israel's overseas technical aasistarce program. It was as timed that the two officials also oi-cussed Israel's national irriga• lion projects. Addressing Jewish youth lead-, crs Irom ii) countries at a (iadna training base here, the Peace .orps direetor urged the trainees to irtercsf -themselves in the activities Of the Peace Corps when they returned home. He said that the activties ot the corps were being stepped up in a number ot European countries. Mr. Shriver was tendered a luncheon by Mrs. Qolda Mcir. Israel's Foreign Minister. He conferred also with Deputy Premier Abba Eban and visited Yad Vashem and the Weizmaun Institute before departing For Teheran. r-'WR EVERY PM KVOSE STORE fRONf PIATI AND WINDOW GLASS furniture rop<, Rove'erf Mirrort ond Resilvering Our Specialty ol § L& G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHCR LOCATION FOR YOUR CONVtNltNCl COULTON BROS. % %  ART" "MAURy "NATYOUR TtXACO BOYS Coral Way & S.W. 27th Ave. 840 S.W. 8th St. (V U Than* Predicts Mideast TroubSes Continued from Page 1-A to function "ard will continue with little reduction in ependitur€." He rotes' that "through the good offices of the United Nations Truce Supervision Organiiation, we were recently able to arrange for the exchange of prisoners between Syria and Israel. "But." he continued, "the over all outlook in the Middle Fast today is threatening, and 1 am verymuch afraid that there will be more than one occasion in 1964 when Middle Eastern problemwill engage the attention of the United Nations." He did not identify either the problems or the exact parts of the Middle East when 1 he expects trouble this year. He made his pre iction in speaking at Columbia University. IS THERE A NIKD READER m m BOUSE? You'll need one unless you pet your estate plans down on paper' Sure you have everything in mind how you want your money invested, what you want inrluded in your will, who is to he your executor. But until you have it written properly and legally on paper, you'll find that mind readers are scarce and not welcome nor effective in court. Instead, ask your lawyer and one of t'.e Trust (IfhYer.sof Mercantile National Hank of Miami Beach to help you work out the administrative and financial detail* of an estate plan that will benefit you now and your famil\ now and later. MERCANTILE $s^ NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN RCAD MALL-PH.IE 8-7831 E DAVID T. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 COUNTY WIDE VOTE -4 meuape fro,n DAVE KENNEDY IS SUPPORTED BYARArfFSPMMWJi DISTRICT 4 DPS 1RR TO CONTRIBIin T A N I2J U"* SINCERE DEVELOPMESTOPDADE CO/ v/v. GR0WTH ASD -David ZJ Jsennedi A PROVEN RECORD OF DIGNIFIED PUBLIC SERVICE *i >•! •!



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Friday, January 17, 1964 *, *-/ < f> Florldian Page 7-A Israel Artist Scnlpts Monument Showing Freedom Theme for City of Miami Beach An Israeli artist, living here Hibiscus Dr., was for several for the past eight months, is now months in Amsterdam and Lonfiii;aKed"Hr*"'r>IP' htffe project nf^don prior ti'MSTrrivaThere. In sculpting a monument for the City ot Miami Beach. He is Dubi Leumi of Tel Aviv. u 33-year-old Sabra. He received his art training in schools in Italy and Holland. "But I have been surrounded by art activity all my life," he explains. Leumi's uncl* is Yaakow Tessler, *h noted Israeli painter who h#d th coveted Diien90 Pflxe. Another uncle, Shmuel Tesler, is also a renownetfcT'iM'n'e' Both have studioin Tel Aviv. I I Amsterdam, Dutch television gave a show of his work. He also exhibited in the Kensington Gallery in London. "I have sold hundreds of pieces," he explained, "to people throughout the wcrld." Tinmonument for Miami Beach it an abstract glorifying the concept of freedom, it depicts one bird In iii^'it and another tethered t the ground but trying la become airborne. When Leumi returns to his Tt \viv gallery at 6u Pinsker, he Leumi "started painting when he hope sto atari on a "—en. % %  was a yjnngster in school, and h.s a memorial to the late President teachersTTttomptly recognized his Kennedy talent. i£5iit I like to 'feel the mntcriaEin which I work, and 1 quickly Hipped painting lor wood. Somoho^'l believe thai to carve is moreBeaningful." r So straos was n s inclination in this dinBion, that during World War ll. Wring air raids, he would take a piece o( bread with him into the bomb shelter, soak il in water and mold thin > out of what became in his handa day 1 ke substance, Leumi worked lona enough In the woofjtaiedium t<> write a book, "What p€ee in Nature," which istill a popular seller in Israel "Later, I went to s tft stones and then to petals." the young Israeli artist explan e I "For the past five yegg, 1 have been working in a cflbination ol hard stone. mainly Bncrete, and metal pro truding Irom it." Leumi, who is living at 421 Beth Am Lists Education Series New Temple Beth Am education series is being conducted by Rabin Herbert M. Baumgard on Monday evenings in the adult education room during January. Course will cover several historical books in the Bible, beginning with First Samuel, according to Bart Udell. chairman. 'Ihe Sunday morning series continues, on alternate weeks, to feature lectures and discussions led by members ol the Temple and planned by the Adult Education Committee, and speakers sponsor ed by the Brotherhood, Max Has km. president First session. Jan i_. was conducted by Dr. Max well Daucr ATTENTION Synagogues and Jewish Organizations $50 00 to $1,000 can be raised eisily by sell ng MANISCHEWITZ \ MACAROONS and COOKIES... strictly Kosher for Passover! Dont delay —get started today! frrt fcfirery. Iree sales aids, incentives Write (or brochure to: CARUTH'S, INC. 32-75 Steinway Street Long Island City. N.Y. 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Pcge 8-A vJewisli fit rid/inn Friday, January 17. 1964 Gestapo Chief, Adolf Ekhmann Superior, Reported in Albania ii General committee for Mizrachi-Hapoel HaAgudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Standing iv.izrachi dinner Jan. 19 at the Deauville Hotel (left to right) are Herman Eisenberg. Henry ere seated (left to right; Rabbi David Lehrfield, Groudan, Rabbi Solomon Cooper, Rev. }oi:::ieoeth Israel Congregation; Hyman P. Galeph Krantz. Louis Dub!i:i, Sol Rashin, local i, Miami Reach Councilman and honoree; representaiive for the national organization, '. %  '.ax Hech', president; and Rabbi Isaac Ever, and Jack Ciment. Rabbi Kirsfob?t:m Will Address Kapoel Here Continued from Page 1-A ed from a orave in West Berlin • hat bears his r.ame, but medical experts determined Ihtt bores in the grave belonged to three separate individuals, and no positive identification was made that ?ny of them bslonged to Mieller. According to the magazine. ; reported to have been artillery lire in 1945. actuall) survived and ed to tin Soviet force.* %  [in after hat ing ma %  • ith Ri ssian oftii i several ck %  arl IT. For .. lew ve ir %  Mueller was active in t!i S iviet -c i II ..' servici %  %  %  of in> close connections with Hun boss Ernce Geroe, he moved to Budapest to train agents. After the Hungarian uprising in 1956, (he article said, Mueller moved to \ inia, the last citadel ot Luro pean Stalinism. The publication said that an oldCommunist who had spent j yi irs in a German concenlion camp, spotted Mueller in Ihe Albania prl city of Durnzzo •. %  r ago and, on his rei i Easf Germany, where he v,. he filed charges against the po boss with the I. is) ii ; in.m secrel police. East G ritu q ii a s n e d howevei ed the to talk about the ************************************* A DAVID vs. The GOLIATHS! %  cai Kirshblum, pres i I > : i;; a :hi Hap %  l-Hamizelicious 2 t org niza : in guest akei ., anr ual dinner of ... Beach ( of the on Sundaj night. :.' the Dea :, itel. ch Com cilman Hy:: P Gii in Ail] be honored %  j tw j U( •' Max Hecht, president ..I the chapter, is sen ing as honorary chairman. Sol Rashin, local representative ol the national organization, is genera] chairman Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual leader of Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute, is in charge of a committee publicizing the event. Rabbi Kirshblum 'iajust relumed from a trip to Israel. He is a member of the Committee on Administration of the American Zionist Council. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the : nal Km (I Executi' • %  I 'ommittee for State 11 Israel Bonds. Rab ii Kii -' v i conducted by Max l Dimonl on Sunday evening for Coi n B'nai B iphael adult • iscu group RAbBI M0RDICAI KIRSHBLUM Chug Ivri Meeting Chug Ivri. Hebrew -peaking p of North Miami Beach, will i et Wednesday, 2:30 p.m., in "i nple Ner Tamid. A general


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Friday. January 17, 1964 \ vJewisti fhridi tr Page 9-A Florida NCCJ Plans Annual Dinner Feb. 18 A record attendance of over 120 son. McGregor Smith. C. H. TopTurchiu. John U Turner. Paul S. Dear. Emeritus Joseph Weil, of the University ot Florida College of Engineering, receives a Book of Knowledge plaque from hie Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association of Gicater Miami at a testimonial barqu^t attended by locai alumni and civic leaders. Shewn in the presentation ceremony are (lef*. to right) Dr. Myron Coulton. dinner chairman; Louis G. Wechsler. Alumni president; Dr. Weil; national president of Pi Lambda Norman Siiverman. of New York City, and Leo Rui Southeastern regional director of American Technion Society. .' on was at Chandler's, wi'h some 300 persons present. 'Great Week f the Institute ol '(..Innulii He will idoress thPoh O.'vid U pin at in ji.-ti.iy Kjiidh on Tuesday. On Wednes.ay, at 8 am.. Rabbi Karp will meet with s |P Rabbi Shapiro's businessmen's breakfast session to participate in an informal discussion. esdaj afternoon, at a Sister h ,i meeting and Torah Fund '"• will discuss "An Vmi ica : lildin; v ith a Jew ish rl At Sal : Jan l and Saturd ly mornJan 25 Rabbi Karp will delii er two i lated sermons: Ha %  We Been? and "Whither r We Going Al Shalos Seudos on Saturday Jan 25, his topic will in "il.n Ezra Asks % %  Question." Designate 'The Great Wi ek at Beth David," the week-long resi rtencj will be concluded with a youth service and breakfast on Sunday mi rning, Jan 26, at 9:30 a.m., when Rabbi Karp is scheduled tO dfccUSS "An Adventure wiih a Prime Minister and a President." members of the Brotherhood Award Dinner Committee of the Florida Region, National Conference of Christians and Jews, heard dinner chairman. Col. Mitchell Wolfson. outline plans tor the annual event which will be held on Tuesday evening, Feb. 18. at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The Brotherhood Award is pre sented annually by the NCCJ to three outstanding Floridians who tave actually promoted and supported its year round program for better human relations to combal bigotrj and hatred In the community Names of the awards recipients for 1964 will b< announced %  Imrtlv. Serving on the Executive Din : er Committee w ith Col, Wolfson are Sidney [i Aii-in. Harry Mood Bassett, i L Clements, Jr James M. Cox, Jr. Alncd li Daniels, imes Donn, Jr Ronald L. Fine, William i Gaither, John s. Knight, William B. MacDonald berl Vlacht, Roberl M. Morgan, Eugene E. 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?a„ r a ilv want to "TMs Registry must Following are profiles of candidates running county.wide in the lime job if yon really Msrve the public. Thompson, who i action scheduled here. Leonard jOmball^ I commission seat, on which he has Leonard Kimball. attorney, canserved since 1961. date tor mayor of Dade County. | ]( w>g recently ree-.ccled vice continuing to wage his camj, ri si( i cnt 0 f t he National Muni.iign With stress on the economic tipa I e;li ue a p0 st he has held jfiditions in Dade County. In res|rcc }960 j n igei, he won the •nt speeches he has stated: | L PaKU0 s Distinguished Citizen "Dade county is politically sick Award. hich is making it economically ^^^ on ^ Boar( ()( ,.*. The. %  •• have been 21 dec D ^ t „,, he Youn „ Men S fas .n .he past live years, most chl i>lia| Associa ,i on 0 f Greater i them unnecessary H here had ^ wardpn of S| An courage and leadership o Ep j st opa church. ring political peace to the coun^.^..^ sj[u o 933 he has tw0 children anil one grandchild. "T claim mat Lie terrible politi,il climate in Dade has contribulM E Thompson • -I to the shocking figures recentthree years on the Tomm liter ten years on the Hialeah ..mncil. said his "program tor progress" includes "an immediate oncentratcd effort, working with federal an I state officials, to aleviate nent cond ,1 our residents." Frid ay, January 17, 1964 f the largest meetings of this kind in Villas' history." Fellow commissioners, county, state and municipal officials present were "enthusiastic in their enRegistry must be macie (lorsrmer ts „i Commissioner ia>nvaitabte to all industry and bust s(1 • hnt s(>rv „. ness in Dade County and even In „ W( m H mori jo bs for our 7\gl adjacent counties." citizens. We can talk about many Twice Chairm. of the comm* .sst.es bUl nothing is more .nsion ard presently seeking reelec,.„ rl an. than a paycheck ft*every S EL'DUIM 5. Gordon add rtte bodied £* ho J-nt ; oing to do my needs to work. eel that "I am balso -;iitl partbV br!„S SbW£ ^=5 %  H* indu.tr,to b. ore my fellou Commissioners nnC e off our economy, MM the unstable unemploy^ b jc iditions now facing main -Also, I feel the pre er.t age limit for hiring county em >!">< %  is unrealistic. This spra\ ling. Alex S. Gordon growing county has a despe "It's time to taxe some of the need ,,„. people skilled in such •retirement' out of the retirees in a| ( ,. ls as p U blic works, electronics Dade County." This statement by t i t V0 | 0 pnioi-.t. device usage, rec' County Commissioner Alex S. ()| ( | maintenance, hospital operaGordon has given new hope to (jo|1 u;1 u collection and dispossenior citizens that their backreporte;! that there are 150.000 Metro Commissioner M. E. grounds can lxmade available to %  %  eople in Dade County facing nun"Milt" Thompson has launched i 0Cil i government and industry. .er dally. There are 40,000 unemhis campaign for reelection from Advocating a new. direct apal. Tom Sasso A campaign organisation breakloved. The average wage is S79 District 2 with a "program for proach, Gordon said "We would ( ^ ^ |)iil() fo| l (ulnlv Commis er week, before take home, and progress" and a promise "to be ; ,n g a j n through establishing a ^ )IU r T |„, m; s Sasso la-t Satur lat is $20'per week under the a full-time representative." 'Talent Registry under the Dade ^ Miami Springs Villas, rational average. "It is ridiculous for a man to; County Development Board, where "I want to get up to the state run f or the commission and not | senior citizens with unique skills S : iortei from all ipital and knock on every door n tend to devote full-time to that and talents can be listed, with Dade County turned OUl George Milhef Cccrge Milhet, a candidate for the Metro Commission seat ia Districi 6, hanamed Gene Barker as his campaign manager and Thomas Jordan as his treasurer. Milhet is owner of the Chez Milhet catering service at 500 NW 22ri • Ave. A well-known I usineesman, Milhet, a catering service pioneer ui the' state, has been profiled in several national magazine* Foreign-born, and a one-time ,,.,,. 0 | ship's steward. Milhet, now a notI r the able rigure in industry, uses "A ] can to bring down millions of "ate tax dollars to which Dade is mtitled. We are getting peanuts • ack out of the 25 per cent of the Hire slate income which Dade ays. '*We deserve millions more for nds, for health and welfare, for % :te parks and for highway paIreh But you can't be fighting on i commission and be doing this ib. These are the things l wanl i do." Winston W. Wynne Winston W. Wynne, a candidate : ir mayor, has been prominent in immunity, business and civic ijcles since 1935. according to • is supporters. Born in Virginia in 1910, Wynne ; dned the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company nearly 30 •ears ago. He started as an .rent, then assistant manager. iid as manager, estahlish'ng the mipany's Florida offices follow. ig World War II In response to the urging of J lends he ran and won a seat on le Coral Gables City Commission 1956. Rcelected in 1958. he regned when he won the Metro Job," said. Commissioner The commission Thompson I their backgrounds, experience, and event whitfi according to Miami P^ is a full-1 other necessary details. Springs official Art Brunt as Ins campa. oduct ol the American waj -l". in. as AERIAL SIGN CO. AIRPLANE BANNER TOWING Year 'Round Cold Coast Coverage Covers Your Selling Area Wl 5-1602 AVERAGE SIZE ROOF PRESSURE CLEANED NOW $14.95 UP TO 10OO SQ. FT. For Limi'ed Time Only HY WEISS FR 7-2676 GABLES COIN SHOP COINS • STAMPS BOUGHT. SOLD AND TRADED 2348 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. Phone 445-7561 I I I I FRANCES MASSAGE MEN and WOMEN 1274 NW. 29th Street NE 4-4014 i MEANS KOSHER CITY [J NATIONAL §) BANKS December 31, 1963 ASSETS Cash and Due from Banks $ 23,627,069.34 Securities: U.S. Government and Guaranteed....$36,367,942.57 State, County and Municipal 10,078,360.13 Federal Reserve Bank Stock 228,800.0 0 46,675.102.70 Loans and Discounts 58,382.436.03 Banking Houses and Equipment 3,089.427.72 Accrued Interest and Other Assets .... 1.493..'50.9b TOTAL LIABILITIES Deposits $121.520,709.72 Other Liabilities 276,106.63 Unearned Discount and Reserves 2,491,856.34 Capital Stock $ 3,976,000.00 Surplus 3,650,000.00 Undivided Profits 1,352,614.05 TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS TOTAL 8,978,614.05 $133,267,286.74 $ CITY NATIONAL BANKS f MIAMI • CORAL GABLES • MIAMI BEACH COMPLETE NATIONAL BANKING SERVICE BUSINESS AND PERSONAL BANKING • COMPLETE TRUST SERVICES HEMBERS: FEDERAL RESERVE Si STEUI FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATOR CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI formerly Industrial National Bank ol Mia-u 25 W. FLAGLER STREET MICHAEL d. FRANCO. President LEONARD L.ABESS.. Chairman of th. Bo.-a CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL CABLES 2701 LoJEUNE ROAD ALLAN T. ABES3. JR., Pre.KJ.nt KOBERT M. ALTEMUS, Chairman of th. Board CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH formerly North S*ore Ba-k 326 71t STREET %  OERALD *• KELLER, President LEONARD L. ABESS, Cha.rm.n of th. Board ;£-• "• •^*~,, !" SOUTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST GROUP OF AFFILIATED BANKS (J <



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Friday, January 17. 1964 fci#r nwrirti.'tiiq Page 11-A Arabs Hope to Drain Israel's Jordan Source LONDON — IJT.U — The sum conference of Arabs kings and tsidei'ts, convoked by Egyptian ^Bc-i'lcr.t Nasser, opened here Hltli plans prepared by a lech Heal committee ol the Arab Bramic to divert the waters of Irdan River in such a way as prevent Israel from bringing rdan River water to the Negev JrouRh Lake Tiberias. Thirteen Irab countries are participating Hp the pai li j | The plans laid before the head* the Arab states propose a three brongeri construction project insolving: 1. Building two storage lams in Jordan to take the Waters of the Yarmuk River, which the chief tributary of the Jorlan River; 2. Building a storage dam in Lebanon, containing he waters of another Jordan Rivtributary. the llasbani River; Building ol canals in Syria Istward and westward ol a third Drdan River tributary, the Bans River. Through these projects, the rincipal tributaries of the Jorn River would be diverted into st storage and irrigation delopments in Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. At the same time, the rc'an River inside Israel, which s into Israel's Lake Tiberias, oulet be left with a mere trickle water. According to Arab ures, about 77 per cent of the rdan River water sources d thus be trapped on the b side. llthough Egypt is not touched her by the Jordan River or. by 5y of that waterway's tributar the Egvptian Government is a mber of the technical commitwhich finalized these plans. jther members of the com Itee are representatives of the three Arab stales containing the Jordan River headwaters and the river's more important tributaries—Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. > Only one Jordan River tributary, the Dan River, is in Israel. But Lake Tiberias, which receives; thv mam flow of the Jordan from : the Arab area* in the north, is en-!| tirely.with'ii Israeli territory. It'l is from this lake that Israel has | planned a project to carry the waters about 100 miles southward.' through pines, canals anl tunnels,' to the northern reaches of the Negev Desert. Among the heads of state at the summit meeting are King Husrein, of Jordan, and King Has-: san II. of Morocco; Major General Amin El-Hafez, President of the Syrian National Revolutionary! Council, whom Nasser has called "a practicing Fascist;" Marshal Abdullah Kl-Sallal. President of 'he Yemeni Republic, who is supported in his ba'tle against Yem-1 enite royalists by about 40.000' Egyptian troops stationed in his 1 country; President llabih Bourguiba. of Tunis: I.t Gen. Ihrah'ml Abrond. of Sudan; Fuad Shehab. President of Lebanon; Salam Aref. Preside it of Iraq; Sheik Ab-j. dullah el-Salem el-Sabah. Emir ofl| Kuwait: and Cnwn Prince Hassan Fida. representing his father. King liria, of Libya King Saud. of Saudi Arabia, is also rep iresented. Jewish Worship Hoar Rabbi Harold Riehter. Cantor.| Jack Lerner and the iuninr choiri of Congregation B'nai Raphael,I will participate in "The Jewishj] Worship Hour" on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Pro'.ram is seen over WL.BW-TV, Ch. 10. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS J. M. LIPTON INSURANCE AGENCY INC. 101 614 DADE FEDERAL BUILDING E FLAGLER STREET MIAMI 32, FLA. FR 1-5631 FR £1g] ORKN STAMPS 1020 ALTON ROAD MIAMI BEACH 1845 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH 7410 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH 183S N.E. 185 STREET. N. MIAMI BEACH ALL APPETIZER ITEMS AND PRICES Available at these Stores 1431 N.E. 163 STREET, N. MIAMI BEACH 1700 S. DIXIE HWY., CORAL GABIES *400 HARDING AVENUE. SURFSIDE 2017 TYLER STREET, HOLLYWOOD AND NOW AT 2700 HOLLYWOOD BLVD., HOLLYWOOD Prices effective thru Weekend .Quantity Rights Reserved FRESHLY SMOKED SMOKED CHUBS LB. FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED BELLYLOX • 4 LB. 49 FORMOST SKINLESS



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Page 12-A I midh ftoridian Friday, January 17. 196# Nathan Chanin To be Honored Nathan Chanin. general secretary emeritus of the Workmen's Circle, one of the largest Jewish fraternal organizations in the United States and Canada, will be hon ored guest at a meeting sponsored by the Workmen's Circle branches of Greater Miami on Sunday, 8 p.m., at the Workmen's Circle Center. 25 Washington Ave. Sunday night's affair will officially launch Miami's active par ticipation in behalf of the Nathan Chanin Cultural Foundation. The foundation was established by decision of the Workmen's Circle rational convention in 1962 and has set a goal of raising upward of $50,000 from which to make annual cash grants in the form of awards of pcholarships to students and others in the I'nited States and Canada The awards will be for specific creative work that best communicates to Jewish youth an appreciation of the spirit and values of secular Jev.ishncss. Examples of the subjects to be considered dig Pope Cables Thanks for Welcome r .„.. ,„ Niadn, had declmed the in ConJinud..'rcuT. Pa^^-loA' v „m had declined the Invitation, he went on with the papal group to two ChTteUM Holy Places in Jerusalem but later, he return,.,! to the Chamber of the Mar,vrs and lighted six candles, one ,,„. each million Jewish men, women and children murdered by the Nazis. This uesiure was fav, ra bh commented on in Israel LASKY UNVEILING T'if Dedication c>;" u Monunn :: ii> ;lif Memory 0/ flir Late LESTER IASKY Kill u\t (tldCC I Sunday, January 19, at 11:30 a.m. ui the Star (1/ David Memorial Purlj with Kuli'n J.nidli Ciipliiii officiating. Friend) and Relative) Arc Aked to Attend. NATHAN CHANIN ible for such grants are "Secular Jewish Education." "Humanistic Jewish Values." "Yiddish Culture," "Jewish Labor Movement" and "Labor and Social Progress." Sunday's program will also fea ture the Greater Miami Worknun's Circle Chorus and Miss Frieda Leventhal. lolk singer. The public is invited. Cedars President On Radio Panel Harry L. Lewis, president of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, will be guest panelist on W.MBM's "Open Mike" show Sunday. 7 p.m.. at Hampton House. Hendrik J Burns will moderate a discussion on "Are Miami's Hospitals Adequate?" r.eli officials was e facto recoomtion of the ex.stence of bi acted wisely because the faith | $rat |. of Israel was justified in demand,. l v 1 1 |.. ( i here that 16 ing equal status with every Chris-, It was reveal*I nere fan church. Discussing the PonJordanian Arah we [hers tiffs defense of the late Pope'automobiles in the Papal1 w > 3S ASSESS? SS£."~5 ~k ~V i** %  The newspaper Hatzofe, Orthowith the agreement ol Israel au ^ dox daily, asked whether Pope .horitics. It was believed hat the ^ g V/fh Jemce Pius did indeed do all that such Jordanian drivers were used on a reli'ious leader should have the Israel, trip because the car. Sn|| h F | orida council of B nai doi^ SZto £ POinTof endangwere ^efuled to return to Jo ^ youth wiH hod FtW-y ering his position The organ of dan and the Arabs reared that 5ervlce „ : Hillel FoundaX! 5 ReSgioS Party added that the bombs timed to expl after he ,„,„ thl> tt ,, k 0 n the Ln.vers.ty Jewish people would not jump to return might be planted in 1 M ,. iml eamp us at 7 30 p.111 over-optimistic conclusions in concars unless Arab drivers were nection with the Pope's visit. It control of the vehicles. Mid there were two practical, Chief Rahbi Nimm rejec tests of the ultimate meaning of Papal invitation to join bugen the visit One was that the CathCardinal Tisserant, Dean ol tm olie Church should actively fight Sacred College ol I ardinals. in anti-Semitism In Catholic countries tribute to the millions ol Jews and the other that it should recogmurdered during Ihe Nazi era While the Pope was touring the Galilee Sunday, he senl a message to Israeli authorities saying he had asked Cardinal Tisserant lo visit the Chamber ol the Martyrs on Mount Zion and that the Pope hoped the Chief Rabbi would attend. When the Cardinal was told Rah nize Israel Lamerhav, organ of Achdut Avodah, labor group, noted that the Pope had said in both Hebrew and English "Shalom" several times during his visit and called this "a clear strong voice of grace and wisdom which for the moment spoke louder than the voices of enmity which have been sounding around us for years." 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#riday, January 17, 1964 Jewlsti ncrSdTiaw Religious Services ^Jkb IJJeeLnJ Page 13-A S8SSL18!? E C P n c -"',,"••';•"" .'-wi-i. Practice .,,..,.., ,. |<)iih.i..\ uiw? from material ID Sermon: "Youth | Rabbi Solomon Freehof'a new I b I'.ni AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ive Orthoaox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. E aVrlclny 5.4a and s i>.m. One* Shabbal 1.1. irn |i mr.-: %  • Religion In Menu's and Junior—Which CnncriM l* '*"• %  • % %  *-}f'"-'W >;M •.... ,Ser, n>">>: ". • P..u.i..f (iratidi.l,ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Schwartz. • ETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con. servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro Cantor William W. Lipaon. Jvi.iay f>p.iii. Primary department (Mi.-i; j-n.il.l.;ii S;itur S., u ,r anil Steven ^piuipirt %  ETH EL. 500 SW 17th .ive Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. r-V.lay 6:30 an.J 8:30 p.m. Ouexl i|..ak.r Leo .Min.iiin. executive edl%  nr, The Jewlah K'..i J.li.n, Topi. ?.\.HV \V. Are Itetumed." Soturmo i a.| Bel "The Abaence ol finery." 3FTH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. [BFTH JACOB. 801411 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. I' •' %  •' '•"' I' in Satunlai v 3n m: • it.-. i. iii ).ii..n from With n [BETH kODESH 110) SW 12th ave MO darn Traditional. R.ibbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. C 'V r^ %  "" v '' %  i.. to,f. en •• v ; ii. „..-. %  ','"'' %  • %  '' • •"'• '• i i v. extend %  • • %  Heri ., u IETH MOSHE roNr.Rrc.ATioN • IrV. Dixie H*.y. Con.-rvativ. ,R'i-ri Smion April. Cantor Hyman [Fine. [I i> • 1 %  in. %  | % %  :i .!•,. t • || '' B! M ivall l Mis. SJI I" lilj • I". |FTH RAPHAEL. 119 NW 3rd IVt lOrthodox. Ralph Knefler, M ra. |tary. ETH TFILAM. 925 Euclid ave. OrRliOOOX. Rabbi Ji—nh cr R ac |< ov5ky • ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1'th %  vr. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip. "fch.ta. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachenpa urn. il.iy 8:Sfl p.m S. rm '.I.ul-li %  r. lli. Whal The> r-.i >' % % %  Cnncivmtlnn'a Molllr K.,! %  -'•II I Illbei will be • and I'reaiilent Mm Stanley Wn will id., greeting*. National WinU-aaiii I'nlted Sv ims-oa ie P 1 ? 1 • a, u ill .,!,., IM hunori .1 on "• %  i "~ <•' ii nnnivi mar) [NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1*3rd St onservative. Rabbi Harold Richter inter Joel Lerner. ^Jii-!." p.m. Sermon: "Jew* m.l %  I" %  i-ini.T I..in.i will chant ^l to Saturday B:3o am Bar h' h I'hlllp, in of Mi. and .Mis. vi %  • -In. k. • — ICREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544 fathington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi praham Strassfetd. t GLER ORANADA. 50 NW B11 Conservative. Rabbi David Roifeld. Cantor Georpa Goldberg. ^F l l>.m American Jewlah %  K'•s.,1.1., ,;,„. st M „..,|,., f^ K II. L: Shabbat mm--.-: by A.IC ntembera. SaturLAL'DERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 Amirws ave Reform. Rabbi %  chard M. Leviton. MELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th Conservative R.ibbi Shmaryahu Sv. rsky. Cantor Louit Cohen, ami >.;", p m Si rmnn t i an Bndm n %  i' i i ii S IS a in S< l.lliifl .in Bmphv in Tin • N| h Jonathan, mm of Mi-I.II H ISRAEL."T4T5 Euclid ave. Can h t 0 rAhr h" bb 'c D flvid "-ehrfield. M cantor Abraham Seif. M N ^ NA "'ES CONOR I CATION v B T d Rd Mod e r Traditional ofth„S H A L( 2?^^Normand'y "dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phm.a, Web.r. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Ith SLConservative. Rabbi Zevi GreenFVIdaj -.::•, ., n ,| ,.,„, Bermon: ^Mav.r, and rV..,.,iom.-Saturdaj i CANMIU6HTIN6 TfMf 3 Sheval — 5:33 p.m. | l-Vidiij vl and our Community." Saturday %  > r. I,'. 1 %  "V r '""" : "•'"'•tii.ii ol Hi.Week." Har Ultsvuh: Robert, aon of Mi. and Hi Albei i l^-hruiiiii. %  •ii Jen ish tradition. 8rm<>n The Lord ••( Mi III Jusisser Wants % int Command Continued from Page 1-A F nd Kim: Hussein, of .Inr who had not met for seven It was (ivictont thai Hussein reconciliation and that iiiuiii: tics between Egypt and *n would be raaumed. pi her.' expressed the beJ thai even if Syria was deWing military action against | One People able to enter the Promised Land t.i serve their own ideals and their own God. At the Seder tableol .lews throughout the world, every year the great drama is retold and reenacted with prayer and story and impressive symbolism. Every generation of Jewish youth is made to feel that it. too. i~ part of the destiny of the Jewish people and was part of the will to serve the Lord. How do Jewish people serve God? Some feel that Moses freed the Hebrews to settle in their own land and be a unique and holy people. Some Jews still believe that this is the ultimate destiny of the Jew people— all to return to Israel and serve the Lord by obeying the injunctions indicated by Moses and interpreted by Jewish sages through Ihe ages. Oilier Jews nowadays believe that not all of the Jewish people will return to the Promised Land of Israel. Many millions of Jews will remain to serve the Lord in different parts of the world. "Serving God" to many lews means not only worshipping in prayer. It means striving to Implement the ideals set forth in the Torah and emphasized in Jewish tradition, Moses indicated early In Jewish history that TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ava. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal TEMPLE BETH-A^o N. Ken.-,,, £Z JT'lSS SEES %  JsfrtgH — | —. — TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY TEMPLE MENOFVAH. 620 75th at. WOOD 1351 8 14 v. £V„rI,' Conservative. Rabbi Mayer AbramRabbi Samuel Jaffa Re rm ow,te Can,or Edw rd Klein i Friday 8:1S p.m. Hermon"How Can I'-'"',-'"<\ p >"• ?:'"""" : A New ., Cantor Saul H. Breeh. ." y .,".;' p "'• Permon: "Why Frldav :is n.m Famllv vieht chii _-''li_ U 4 %  '' %  "' % %  ,tar M>vah: Ira, aon ol TEMPLE BETH SHOL~EM of Holly. M "' n !" a *j2?**IVi.lay i:t3 p.m. Si,„,i ; Babhath ,. Pr "' Cant0r Ger hon Levin. Hermon; -our Woman." Saturday • %  i,!'" ; ". v ; %  '"• Beroion: "The a.m. liar Mltavah: IIH aon of Mr [' %  '-"• ,l s Only the Name and Mi.Stanley Roldatt-in '" 'hanged." Saturdaj -' -a%  '"• Itar Mltavah: Stephen, -,.i, „£ TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat. : '"' Mr "J ''ollaek. CaUr-David SS^JfT* Kr n ,h TEMPLE SINA," c-V T^RTH MIAMI. Frlduj Sermon"Tech. L ^ NE ,5,hJve Reform. Ra b ... Reaiatlna Evil.;; Saturdaj 0.ii."" y Can,or Ch — ... — „ ...... .-,iiiifi,,,, '" %  %  "> liar Mltavuh: Robert I >..\ Id, mm oi Mr. .mil Mr. IVllllai 0 Herbert [lernnrd, aon of Mi ami Mrs. .Nathan Margoliy.. I-' Idaj S 13 i. ..'il II. Iui" en : "Relatlvi TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 051 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raijtl Hyman doss Siiturdaj9 1 Wt-eKI I' rtiun of the RABBI MORRIS SKOP Mill our fask to serve God, a Jew should practice the Ten Commandments. As other ideals developed, the Jew sought to serve God by respect ing parents, caring for the aged, helping the orphaned and nungry. These Jewish ideals be came part of our western democracy. The Jew was to "serveI God" by assuring all human beings of equal rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Freedom for the individual and the Jewish people started with 1 the leadership of Moses in the Passover struggle to leave slavery and servitude, but was even-; tually to involve all human beings who sought to join the Hebrews and Jews in "serving God" by creating for all humanVity Ihe realities of true freedom. The Hebrews were to be dedicated lo this service to Ihe Lord— they fell themselves chosen for ihis task. This is still the responsibility of the Jewamong Ihe nations. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38, NE 1fi7th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zminun. Cantor Alexander Cohen. i iin H n %  i mi [{(.. i llalon I>I ,lo sal i da S 11 in .-. s : V '","""'"'" "." M x "• I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44Zamoraave. ',/ %  ; V 1 ; .!" 1 ."HI MittRabbi Herahel Brooks. Cantor Ben win .\1.11.. 1. 1 .\|. 1 \|.. 11.,1 DTkson Sei non "Wh T 22 MP a L v E B 'rj 0 Al s SH0 L0M I 6800 N ^ ii avf Conservative. Rabbi S I.-" %  """'..'.i, S ,, %  „ TE ^"'-E ZlON. 5720 SW 17th .t. F"r Men Conservaiive. Rabbi Alfred Wax. Muzman Ca-'tor Leo Uriich % % % %  M 11 nd Mr-. Frldaj Satud a m H. i >??: TEMPLE EM^NU-EL. I'OI Washing ""' "' "'II raj U^.., ton ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvine TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami Leh.n.,.. Cantor Hirsh Ad.er. ave. Conservative. Rabbi HenTy '' Nitu 1 1 n n Wernick. fc '•".; '! ," m Sermon: "InviMble Mltavah i-.• .ne K siiiihiuu hoated hj .mu ivi w • •" Mr "' lrv ''i 1 1 -' Sermon: '"• •*' u lion 01 the Week." TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St : YOUNG ISRATW* 7 NE 171 H CVAM 1 i,r R K b J '.' Ph %  N r0, 0rth B 'bbi Sherwin BUubiT Cantor Jacob Bornste.n. I' %  %  I.. s :,. ,,.„, Saturday 9 im |,| '" l n %  '' % %  % % % %  •' %  '" %  '! •Sh..iil,l >, : in....: I-..,,,..,, ,,, ,| VVeek." TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th St. Reform Congregation >r Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob G. Bornilcin. Cantor Services Friday, :T5 PM. fSHOULD REFORM JEWISH PRACTICE DEPEND ON ORTHODOX LAW?" THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111 BRANCH OFFICES I^M^iL"' 6 1, Ste c rl i ng Savin g s 's as close as your nearest ";„ c ~ a mere 5 .. hour s away by jet. And what's more. Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways-makes it easier than ever to Sive with safety. t E h 7J terl i ing Savin 8's account is insured up to $10,000 by an aeencv of nrt n de r al EOV ern T ent Famil > members can open Mvefal accounts individual, joint and partnershfp accounts. All are fully insured Account! up to 110.000 lasurtd by F.S.I. I.C. 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1 A Tage 14-A +Ja*totifhrkMw Friday, January 17, 1964 I i I : %  I i J I Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ A Comedian Makes a Good Deal More Money Than a Rabbi ( WAS READING about the former rabbi of Weldon, N.C., R8bA bi Jacob Maza. Weldon il a small town. The entire Jewish populaion is no more than 100 families. When you are a rabbi in a small I own, it's different. The rabbi in he big city has a thousand or two housand members listening to his _ermons and his hearers are always chancing, but in a small town, you are always seeing before you the same couple of dozen people. You can't be so solemn in the small town. The ones that c ime to hear you become almost like members of your family, so how can you sermonize thtm? Instead, you tell them jokes. I think this is what haonened to Rabbi Jacob Maza. lie began telling member.'', of his congregation stories, and he was ruined. It brought about his downfall. But it i-n't a bad way to be ruined. At least. nat materially. Rabbi Jacob Maza is now Jackie Mason, the comedian, and as I understand it. now earns as much as several hundred thousand dollars a year, am. he could earn even more. Everybody know; of the Hebrew teacher who said that u he were Rothschild, he would have a bigger income than Rothschild, for he would give a lew Hebrew lessons or. the side. It would be very easy for Jackie Mason to give a few Hebrew lessons. since he is a graduate rabbi and being a comedian doesn't lake too much of his time. There is of course a great chasm between the rabbi and 1'ie comedian, and yet the Talmud tells us of one rabb: who was a juggler and used to give exhibitions on Sukkoth, and I believe the great Resh Ladkish appeared before he became a rabbi in some gladiatorial shows. In the llth century, there was the Jewish philosopher. Solomon Ibn UN Listeninq Post: By SAUL CARSON Human Rights Horizons United Nations] LJUMAN RIGHTS—a subject always oil % %  profound Interest to the Jewish! eople—are in the United Nations spot -ill' as the year 1964 gets under way idiii. Jan. 13 to 31, the torus is on the jubcommission on Prevention of Di rimination and Protection of Minor!This relatively small group, usual y referred to as the "anti-bias unit,"' rforms imp rtanl functions as a subsidiary oi Dmmission 'jr. Humnn Rights. Hi. ace or the subcommission's agenda this • ear is a drtft international convention on the eliminaon ci .d 1 forms oi racial discrimination, The lasl ses.on of the Assembl; had already voted, unanimously, favor "i • ten a convention. In second place is a prosal to draP another international convention, dealing ith the i lation ol all forms oi religious intolerance, he ; \ sembly had that point too. on itagenda— t actually nevei even got around to the debate stage, hat happened was this: The Soviet bloc, backed by the irabs and many other delegations, did not want religion i be discussed. Such a debate come-close to the Busi interests; thov know they would be accused of practicing religious bias against the USSR's 3.000,000 Jew-. acial discrimination is a sale subject—everyone is gainst it (on paper, anyway). However no matter how hard the Russians may try, ie subject %  >! eliminating all forms ol religious intolernee keeps cropping up. There is a separate agenda em before the subcemmission, entitled "Measures to be iken for the cessation ol any advocacy ol national, racial ir religious hostility that constitutes an incitement to ned and violence, Jointly or separately.'' This mouthlul is aimed rol only at the Russians but also against the atemongering Arabs Once the subcommission sets survey or study projects n any ol tli%  items before it, it reports to the full Commission on Human Rights. This year, the full Commission is to mee' ii Februarj The fact that the Com ission will meet at all is a defeat for the Russians and a victory for all freedom loving people. iwiespecii j victory for Israel and for nongovernmental Jewish organizations v ho send full complements of participants— ith observer status for Israel, and consultative status ir the non-g ivernmental group.--. For a while, it seemed that the Human Rights Comission would skip its 1964 session. Since the Commts; : on usually meet'at IN headquarters in Geneva, it was iscovered that the Geneva enclave would not have room or this Commission this year. But in the last Assembly, -rael put up a stiff fight against cancellation of the Human Rights Commission's 1964 session. Jewish or.amzations also put on a campaign, mostly behind the cenes. Finally, that fight was won. If was found that the Dmmission -SOUld meet at the New York Headquarters irom the middle of February to the middle of March. Iter the middle of March, no sizable meetings will be "Id until September. Thui, we will have the subcommission meeting for .iree weeks, followed shortly thereafter by the full CornMission. It is possible that no startling actions will be • v rote humor. Once he was invited to a party b> B nar. named Moses who apparently was a prohibitionist. At any rale, no beverage except water was served. So Gabirol wrote: "Gooa Moses oi Browsing With Books: By HIIARV M1NPUN The Madness Of Poetics HEROD'S CHILDREN. By Use Aichinger. Translated from the German by Cornelia SchaeHer. 238 pp. New York: Atheneum, 162 E. 38th St. S4.50. A STRANGE BOOK, written half in the perceptive madness of poetics and half in the ma. ceptions of children, it is considered a post classic in Germany. Centering around a group ol Jewish children in Vienna during the Nazi oci a tion. the story is impression stie and fragment) told in a series of mistily dissolving scenes ol high emotional color, somewhat visionary in nature The main figure is Ellen, who is not Ji or at least only half Jewish: whichever il is. she is not required to wear the yellow star, but she chooses to. anyhow. The star, a symbol grown beyond it self, becomes even more meaningful for the chil dren. who play their strangely horrible gameac cording to their own logic The terrifying world ol less and deportation and death in which they live is unfathomable to them: they fashion its new laws info their own visions, translating them into a new reality all the more macabre for its innocence One wonders whether this kind ol material does not yield its high emotional charge besl when handled in a more straight-forward manner Where the central theme is the impact of reality, perhaps reality should be presented in less elliptical terms Inherent in Use A'chinger's technique is a ] hazard: a loss of correspondence between outer and inner reality, which amounts to ;i lack ol moth for her characters. That is. when the action ol a book is presented throughout on the same v. planeas the reaction to it. the reader is inescai swirled into a dreamlike state, with itconsei -ion, and thus loss of meaning The language ol the book is splendi I, alive with the images and metaphors wimb proper!} belong to poetry. But 1 think "Herod's Childrei German title was "The Greater Hope" is as i obscured by this beaut; enriched b) il necessarj threads which link viv.on I cut, setting the bonk adrift like a cli udj ab straction, its formless patterns perceived but i I enjoyed. THE FtTUt Of FAILING Ellen reach;'. I for IK r mi lh< fai Cut her mother's face ha i become tu able: it laded and grew ps Ie as thi mi i dawn. Ellen screamed, she threw ofl the eo\ tried to -it up, and reached into empti With her remaining strength, she rolled do the bedrail. she fell out ol be I \. d far. No one tried to catch her. Then star to stop her fall Shi fell through t arms ol all her dolls and ill her Tedd) I ... ... i — Herod's Children. Off *he Record: M caud the water to flee. And led all of his Z,£* arvshodi in the sea, Bui Moses our host, a, I,,, precede,'! frowns, And Ml POOX gue-ts. he mi •I) drowns, In Water. ,„ book, "Humor of the Bible." Jacob Chotz„„ maintained that the Bible has a great deal ol humor He pointed tor instance to the scene on Ml Car.nel. when the prophet Klijah mocks at the m „ M > of Baal who call upon their god without evoking a response. 'Cry out louder!' says tujali. •perchence he slaepetll and doth not hear, or perchance he hath gone on a journey." Ii you 'akc out the "perchances" and doths it might sound a humorous M anything by Jackie Mason or Mort Sahl. Chotzner notes that one of the daughters of Job in the Bible has the appellation of Keren Hap* pnch which means "a box ol cosmetics." The name evidently is a humorous allusion to the type ol female whi goes in for artificial beautitiration I have beer, indering why it is that a come,;,..„ ean irn so much more money thai a rabbi. people paj high priceto hear the comedian when fhej can heal the rabbi tree oi charge. I think ,. :v ,. (he rea.-ons is that in the synagogue, the rabbi makes th< kiddush while in the night club. II), people 'a Ihi audience make the kiddush. They I.. A,the bottle i % %  ,ih r wi m.iv be sure. In any synatl.-iv ino lack i wits What synagogue .. • i amoii) its members an Oshorowitz or %  >. .:. %  or Rabinowitz B?'".'f*pfi you and Me: Bv BORIS SM0LAR The Past of a Sculptor CREDIT FOR THE largest number ol ** busts ol Zionist personalities ever es to Hubert Berk-. • 12 ,ear-old Jewish sculptor who has dio in New York. He has done ie I lustico Brandeis, Dr. Chaim nann, Dr Si h im Gol Imann, Golda i Louis Lipsky, and He has M-i .' n e busts of Dr Herbert H. : ires I Ie has current l> by a p irtrait in clay which he f tl • President Ki nni lln el ion-l rn, he v as fascinated by the de%  • • ate President. Shori • afti tragic di ith, he decide to i a heai : v ithin two hourafter -1 %  h threv light on Keni %  I may I sele< ted for a pro Kent London. Nol all ol I • e from i hotograj hs tein and Dr. Gold life in M veral sittin >' have Davi Ben-Gurion ever I een to Israel but hopes to 1 in the United states in a %  ants Iron I nia His moth Family ol Jewish immigrants Both ol his darcr.ts have been known In • Vmerii art and both workand other museums. rather me g< r Jewish education. bis Bar Mitzvah ceremony am] tor the Hecht House, a Jewish Boston, where he spenl much ol n,s "'"• %  :: a boIn r.iet. at the ace ol u he did a "' "" %  Old Te lament for the llecht House. He in aj ,,i the age of 10. His art eduIon Museum ol Kme Arts. Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN Listing of Important Bcoks of the Past Year AMONG THE LEAST excusable a her rationin our land is the custon Of writing about books as .-oon as thej have appeared and to ignore them I'I they have failed promptly to make thi reviewers' pages, as if books wen |] the category of dated news stories. Tin truth of the matter is that most hookare not read by reviewers, not because thev are lazy or derelict in duty, but -imply because they could not find the time to write about all books reaching their desks— a sin •his writer must conlt ss. read to w and huh One ol the finesbooks of the year, "The Mohabel of Creation, was by an artist rather than bv a wrtterBen Shan. Tne volume (Partheon) ,, an ImigLaUve r7 production in drawings of a gem in th ?X tome ,„ a tell, how the 22 leSs of t h e SStfK for priority with God some 2G Generating kfr d creation of the world. generations before the y< thai merits a place on most dis";;';': '. **lves is | Sra el Blocker's "Israeli Shocken publication. By excellent editing and fine judgment in -election. Mocker has managed to • to in reader not only an understanding, hut the %  cm i, i C0 r ner s "I""'"" as one of the most nScSTn. "' ,hp y, ar WM uir 11 '' 1 ""' b v th -' N v T y „'' r, S> '" "^"ktales of Israel" bv elklon ,,-,1 ,,r ll;, "">-''d'ted volume, collected from %  % %  '"I'a-i x,rL bonks :,b<,u, ,hc crazyq,,ut that Samue H .,'--,'. A m K an **** *• as Rabb, lisaed by Crown ^i T '" Anu rica n Life." pub"ttng tome lout L ', S hi,rdh "" n R and at times '"•' H:lieu • m 8 ,? e rratl0M in American Jewish Kabbi ,e Z' J U|i ,neraU is memorable one. .-I. currS and wh! Pr u u,,d %  **"• "t the Jew_ *ords m .,,; a ;';; J de ^ -"• he mince, no'f ni„ an, (lfiiouneing if. J L



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Friday, January 17, 1964 LEGAL NOTICE trmrtmtl TW-rrB'*3-i.r ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13797 KATI 11 -SEN I.OI ISI: j.i.wis PlalnUrr, KRANCIH BTKPHKN I'AVIS, I >.-i'.-ii"i .i iii ORDER TO APPEAR VOl, KRANCIH STKPHKN DAVIS, resldi noe unknown, are reuulr. i i,, %  : > • a cop) f your jinsHir to the '' plaint for Divorce riled againsi you, upon Claude M. Barnes, Aitoi}ae> for plaintiff, £03 Calumel Bldg., Miami. Florida, and file the original I with tin* clerk "f this Court on or be[ f,nHi3rd day %  >! February, l64, n in fail to do no, Judgment by .1-nil will (>• %  taken against you f..r th. %  reliej demanded in said Compaim Dated ttala -7th day of December, K II I.KATIIKItMAX "It-ik i.f tini "In nit i •ourt | -• il B)Ti K. M I.YMAN Deputy Clerk l 3-10-17-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11th JUOIC.AL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C 13790 pitA.VCim-O .1. MICHAEL8EN, Plaintiff, \ -. !\i:itll-:i.\ t>L/l.\ MldfAELSEN. Defendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION HABRIELA OI>lA M1CHAELSKN Calle I'asaje No: I entre y Mndero, Reparto H-llnm.ii, i 'ojimar, H.i tana, • 'uba, [You OARRIKLA UMIA .MICHAKLV.\. I'alle Pasaje No: 4 entre K > jndern, Reparto Uellamar, CbJIuiar, hvana, Cuba, Bre required to file bur answer to the Complaint f..r • win, the Clerk of the above i irt, and sen • a copy thereof upon Jno P Negretli, Attorney, 910-11 V KldK.. Ill N.E. 2nd Avenue, Ii. i:ui. Florida, ii • before the .in In i f M in i.i 1964, or el.com I III b. %  iken aeonfi ss. .1 i tin26lh day of Di i en uei • I, •: n LRATHRRM _* I • l> "i the i 'ii .nil Coui t tall By: K \i I.Y.MA.N' Deput) • 'lei k 1/3-11 DfiY&W BY HENRY LEON'AKU Page 15-A raAen ftf Messiah Cw* & 7 "Today I am not a Man, but a scared BarMitzvah kid who knows from nothing about Judaism." Cmpr. nto, I i > %  <. r ir.l ... ^ OT| CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EL 7:y5 NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 63C 13390 BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON Plalntlff, JACK I.AM \i: JOHNSTON I '-Icn.liinl. SUIT FOR DIVORCE rO; JACK I.A.MAI: JOHNSTON i'!".i Till IRWI i. >ii i'i,\ii'iil.lMIIIS. limn lou, Jack Lamai Johnston are hi reby .i...ifi,.,i that a Hill of C I„i.,i ''' %  Uvorc. has la;, n filed against %  "''' >•" are ulred to nerve a CODS o' >our Answer or Pleading to the Will of %  nmplalnt ..„ the Plaintiff! 1 ;'':".'.'.'.'.;•,' '-" A O'Brien, At tor. •i",;•" Al ?*, n *venue. Coral Gables, l "' 1 ; 1 and "la the original Anawer .'., .i"".-'/."-' .'" '''•• '"'' the Clerk "•the ( Ircuii ,•.,„,-, .,„ ,„. ,„.,,„,. Mlday of January, l64. If you fall %  do so, Judgment by default will • i ,..!", : '-'"" 1 v "" ""' '•' relief .demanded In the inn of Complaint ,...! ."',"";" ",""" ''Published .nice ii.... K '"'" ""r consecutive w-. ki | In THE JEWISH PI.ORID1AN BONK AND ORDERED at Miami. I "15.1963. day f "•'• "' E. II I.EATHER.MAN, Clerk i ircuit i ,.,„•,. j •=..!. County. Horlda uwwj By: ic. M I.VM.W .... ,, K'l'iity Clei k GEORGE A. 0"BR1EN Attorney at Law --.; Aragon A. .nue •'-.nil Qablea, Plorlda Attorney for Plaintiff ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! +Jeni$ti fkridliiain solicits your legal notices. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee) accurate service at legal rates Dial III :i-Ui05 for messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE [LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 12986 |ARi| VRET U 11.1.1 A.MS. I lalntlif, t |.MI:R i:. w II.I.IA.MS. I •• ti ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE i:i..\iKR It W II.I.IA.MS i lenee I 'nknow n BAo KI.MER It H II.I.IA.M. 1 • notifli I •(!.,! a a :i %  •! i"oni. • %  %  hut be. n fib .i •II. :.n-i \..II are required to : your Anawei %  •! • Kill of Complaint on i nmtiii nitoi nej. SA \iri:i, •IlltlS. :.:iv N.w. :16th Strei I. Ml. : biri.l nd rile the orla I 1 iia in the ..fn. ol • r "' Hi.i 'ircuit I'.MII t on "i • %  the :ird ila> ..i February I >61 lo ao iidajraent i>\ deI I be '..kII .,u-..in~t i,.,i for the mandi .1 In tiv Hill ,.( i ..mII ii I )' • Khali be published om • %  h .v"k (..i i,.inronMCUtive Week* |l in. JEWISH l-i.iiitiiu \\ I NK AND %  IRDKRICD at Miami, Ida. this ... ii da) ..f Deceit 1 I 1'ATHER.M \N. Cl< rk. in. I '...I. County, I l; %  '". P. t'OPKl.ANIi Hi p UJ i "Ii : ., '-'Mi iKUIS, I -.i • %  W ...,h Strel Horidi I'laiutifl IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59907.C IN RE: Eatate ..l l KN \ •:. IDMAN l k ( .i|, ?^J' CE OF !NTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTR.BUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE Ntl .. K li. Ii. ,. tum H..H I have 1 "• l: I" Petition ir n -'•' %  I Kin. ••-haive as ''• s -' %  '"' "i the .-•.•-. %  : |.. na •; |. "nan, .i. i Bn u thai un thi i Ii da ol i--. hruiir.N, l4, win upp to "" Hi IIOI ulile 'iiuill In.In. -. ,.f I ...,1,. i'.""' 1 ,'-'' : 'da. foi approval of iid rinal Itepoi i au.l lor ule nil.ni and Un 1 df-chnixe as Executor f the a bo vi -named d-i .1. nt. rins 2nd day of Jamiai \. 196. JACK 1-Ti'IIS x > • .i •; in-,.in %  >ere. Hi %  i I.,n ,v .'.,1-in. HI iii.i IN i; AI-I.W, \ u %  K.M I ral Street -M .1111 Kli II,: • %  %  17*24-31 LEGAL NOTICE N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOH.DA. IN PROBATE No. 613962-B n RE: IM.it. i.l __ 12 -•:. I i -iQ.il IN VSI'SmtX PUBLICATION B?T wA C ." ,CUIT C URT OF THE E V ^.I H JLID| CIAL CIRCUT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY N 63C 13683 VMI.I.I \.M Sl.uw IK Plaintiff, I" CREDITORS and All I >eniandM IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 6M59-B IN UK Batale of VMIKI. KI.Ksi: I • .. • i NOTICE TO CRED TORS \ i 'redltora and All I', i Having f'aline or Dninnda Aaalnat Said I. 'Ma'. > u i are hei %  i y noi Ifled and re*' %  -'" %  'i ; 'I-I • -• nt an) lalma and demaim n hi. ii iuu max hav< attalnal the • -i.it.%  f s vMl'Ei. I:I:I:SI: ,i. • • •'•%  -I late ..f l lade Count> Klorida, I to Hi. • intj i'i.ik. ,.i i .a.i. Coun%  ,' %  and file ili.name In duplicate and '"• %  bli .1 -II .-. ti, n jj 1.16, Florida HAROLD IIIII.I.IAI: I %  a-.il NOTICE TO %  All fn dltol %  Vina Claims or Snld Katali V--ii are hi n by not I i I and i • %  'i %  I-I-.in ail) l ..ml demands wiueh you ma', ii \. nea'nat ti'. eal it, ..f HAROLD II III.1.1AHI • .1• > ., %  r .i Ida, .., thi '..nut \ Judges of I lade < ountj and file I In same In tluplli ate ..II ; as ; ro\ ided In .-• • Ion %  :.: 16, Kli ruia Statutes, In their nffli In the County ''.. n tli..n.-. in Dade Colin. t >. I i>. i-i.la. u .Hi.. i .-i\ t-alendai in, nths from the time of the i ral I'Uli leu Ion In i %  ••,. ..i the -am.. ill i... bar • tl Dated ill Miami, Florida, this isth ,,.,nf Januai -, A.D ISK4. M VRV HI I.I.I \ I: I > As Vdminlal inti \ Estate of Harold H. Illlllard. n.-,. i i-'n -t publii atlon .,i this notl %  n ih. i;th da) ..t .lannars 1964. • LAl'l IK M. BARNES, I Attorney for Mary Hllllard, I v Inilnlstrati i\ ;.-.: • 'aluiiiel II illdina Miami, r. I lT-.'l.1 : •' ,,. -. iiib< i > (*mii-1 h i a 11 Ii I n -1 -. %  Ii. I nie ,-l Ihe %  if, in • 1 :: %  17-81 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW HBHKKY HI\ EN that %  "lo %  ncase in allctltloua n 1 i: INTERNATKIN M. ul K i,M, !lll '• %  r ., ,i iiain, f Dade C< I s : II I'l'ltMt'ATIONS. IN' \ i Corp 'l :-i,, NOTICE UNDER I FICTIOUS NAME LAW i HEREItV i;iVr_V that ••" Irlna t,. enitnite in Jr. 'der the fiotitl IUM nan., ol I' -'--1 -v l aiTj IVholeaale Uro"-:11 |,, foamy, EANDARD WHOI.ESALK I URCH'KKY I'II ft-l'-rlila .-•,i|.,.i-ati..ii -100'S F' Northueat 23rd Su..,, I Miami, r.., fl I.I.H |S(IN iJ'f-i Staadard Wholeaale II Offk-I s in Ih, ',,null Dadi County, l-l.,r, ..! %  a i mi HI from flral iiubllcation herei\ ill be li.n red. I M a nl. K Ida, thla ?th %  i Jan inn A.D 1964 Mi I.NRI IE REESE 1 Kxet I tor lllca 1 of this n, 1 n ih.I I>I .i.iiiia'. • %  -., K> >\ XKR ,-. M O S'HKIMEIt %  • liter l 10-17-24-31 NOTir.E UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTH'K IS Hl.ltKIIY I11VKN 111 I thun ... ..... IIUMIH Uious name "i llo.NH S i RKK'I II UtliKK Slli iP nl 134 i I'.li %  Miami, i i., ni. n.ls III rea s|..,. v ,,j,i naiii,. \. iih i els nl Ih, %  • 'ouri n| | >.,.!.• ''"in,'. I lorid.1 DA VIP l ISK I 10-17-24-31 i..' .','. : k CIRCUIT COURT OF THE rnnS'? L C, CUIT IN AND [DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA •N CHANCERY ,„ NO. 63C 13716 JHAItON SPIES ptifr. %  s. (OKORQU si-lies, Tjoani fi, C ^. OF PUBLICATION l" '-NAI.'(1EOROK HPISfl %  wiiaini Avenue, Baltimorer.. t," r '•'• v notified that a [",!"' '"" %  %  "" l %  "" are reb, I.. l*> f 5 uur aiisu ,-i "'Hi s attorney, ADV1N .,"". %  -1.111,,,l„ i;,.a,| DulldI -' Miami i:,.,, h, Klorida. '"'r",','" ,i, l l ln 'hi inn., ,,, tne above Court on or ,' i -", l,w lerwlae • hi. ,",' aken %  oonfi —-I. ""-"I oaj of l in r, i B J-EA rHERMAN r ,! K -; "• "ii court > '•' KNEBDKN "'i'"iy Clerk "-' tl, 1 3-10-17 NOTICE B/ PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 21 l.'I.I.IS W CARItlN, Plaint, fl. ELAINE A. CARRIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Ti %  Elaine A. <'... i In i; ID. Weal Paul, t, Vermont You, Elaine A. Can In. ,-IIT hereby notified that a Kill "i Complaint for Divorce has been filed antnat you, and v..ti are required to ser\ e %  eon) "f your Anawer ..i Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney,. Stanley K. Goodman, gsu N.W. iistr.-.-t. Miami. Vloaida 13147, an.l file the orUlnal Answer or Plead[nil In the nifl. f the Clerk of the cii,-uii court .-ii or before the 13th da) nf l-Vhi ii.u y. 1964. If yon fail !•• do ao, nniitni. nl by default win be taken .mainst you for the ralief do* man.I. .1 in the Kill ,-f Complaint. Thla II,II., shall be puMiahed once each week for four conaecutive weeks in THK JEAVI8H M.oltlMAN. I'II.NI-: AN I • ORDERED at Miami, Florida, this 2nd day of January A.D K. B I.I: VTHRRM \N. clerk, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21246 NOTICE IS HKREBY (1IVEN thai Nathaniel \V. SleKcl, holder of City of II.mi.st...,I T.,x Sale Certlficaten numbered 3*716 and :>::: Issued the -ml .la %  .f Juno, A.l i. I9.1X, has filed aanie in in) ifflce, and has mad.' application for i tax deed t-. ho lanued Inn. Said • rtiflcu i. inhraei the folkiwInK dem-rllied property, in ihe • %  • %  iiiiiv ..i Dade, State of Klrida, to-wit: l."i : Kloi k ". En a,Is Ad-ln. No. ^' Plal Hi nk P:IRI I-.'. Si i-tion 13 Township ".; South, Itatu/e :N ICaat in the •',•• .,i Homestead, County of Dade, State .•! Klorida, as emin-iii -.1 said pro|M*rty under Hie v.ii,. %  • til ate laaui il n as in the n urn .a iinknoun. I."' I Klo. I. i f, ,;,,!\,ii-. Vn l; Ui k .. Pare '.•-. : ." South, KanKi •>eJaai m the "It) .a 11.. -j, nd, I of Dai S.ati • : Kli Ida. n| in I'. iflcate No. JS7I7. The aid c.-ri :i. .,-. Issued waa in t Inna in-"i unknow n. I'ideas snld certificates shall be redi rnicd according t.law. the prop %  %  t) desi • IL. tl hi In ill be -"l.l t.. the hbrhi -i in.l'l. : %  ai ii-,. % %  House i door on the flrsi Monday In the nth "i Ecbruary, .\.l>. 1964, which Is ihe 3rd day of Kebrunry, \ I'. 1964. Dated this 5l-t day of December, %  B. i: LKATHERM \\. Clerk nf Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida laeal) Hj : R M. LEKl'ER, I Ninny Clerk 1 3.10-17-24 I | TESSIE s'l/OVVIK i'. fendani SUIT FOR DIVORCE Persons ''' PESSIE SI.OWIK --" I-:, un sti eet Brookly n. \.v TESSIK si.nwiK. .... |„ i,, ;, %  '"•" ," ''"" r '•"'l-lnlnt for I %  •->•••• has I, „ filed .,-,,'.-, v...,, %  ml >..u are re.|ulred lo serve a ,..,, %  Pin r U J'A "r "' '"' ''" "''"l "'"'• I.Ill of i omplalni on th, Plaintiri .,,torney. hrlstl, ,,.| i., v nst. In, mi ," l '' 1Ul > I "li.ia and rile h..MKi.iai M,.,, r .,. i.ieadliiB in the "" "I the erk or th, circuit Court | % %  : befor, the >ih da) of January. "', '' "' s". judanen by defauli will i, taken '';' ."" ," mi i in tin Kill Int. Tins not let sh.-;i be published one.each Week fol fn .• .;.,,. .. In THK JEW .-II 1 UiUlDI VN '"•Nl: AM, iiKDERKD ai Vi'!'"'''. : *' f '' .. i: B. LKATHERM \.v. CTerk, I ii' ill ''"in :. D de Co ini< I (seal) i:. ,' p i-.ii-i I.VM, i'out) i". i k CHRISTIE .v LKVKNNTK1N in i coral We -Miami. Klorida An..i neys I.., i-i, '-' 27, : IN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA l\ PROBATE No. 60845-A RK: Katati of JACK VV PERSOKK, a k a JACOH \\ ILLIA.M PERSi IFF I >.'.'. .IS,', I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credit" and All IVisuns llnv : t'lalnis ,-i Demands Against Said I .state: V...i ,,"• hi %  -by notified ami r. 'I ":'• "I i" P •ni all) claims and de* in. MI. Is In, h ,,,,, „,„} |,av. II the • -: its ol i \. K w. PERM iFF h a lAi'. >|] WILLIAM ill:.-. I K deceased Int. nl Di I. Co ml Klorida, lo Ihe %  mty Judges of I de unty, and file the same In du %  ate NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter J0722 Acts ot 1941 FILE NO. AA.21243 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th. Nathaniel \v. Sl.-eel holder of Tow "f Miami Springs Special Assesamei la. n i-.ii in.-ai, N,, >!. isMi.ii the a-it tiny of May, A.D I9E9, hariled aan in my ofrice, and has made application l-r a lax deed to be iBBUed thol'i on. sin.i Certificate embraces ti followInK described property In ti County ..f Dad.-. State of Klorida. twit: N" 72.! Ft of K 923 I Ft of N Ti :.? Lees N ;.. it ,\ s H Fl t.. I! Mi I-1 nil l.ini'1 .'... Sub., Plat I'..:' fti a* 17. S-ctlon l:l Township ""Utb, i: OBI East in the Tov "' -Miami sprl IRS, i %  nty "f Dad State of Kbu Ida The .:.--.-II i %  of said propel und. ithe -,i.i II, ,-.. .(.,in "" f: K'-i-ii.ii %  ; Tlndell. said ; fl. ate shall b. i di-. m. in .-. r.iin %  : to law the p |'.'.l hi rein "ill be sold l.i'l.l i at (he Court II" i'ii i Monday In the mor, %  ry, 1961. win. ii is the mar). 19414. Slsi day of l ntb. K II LKATHKRMAN, Clerk of .'n -i lade County, Kloi I %  %  -I PER. II, I! 1-10-17NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21250 I NOTICE Is HKRKIIY HIVKN' N'nth inlel \v Sit r. I, holder .-f "f Miami I ii sal,. 'ertlflcates n.n %  %  '" %  %  • • • i -' %  :. issued tl I has fiiI .... lias mad. I'll an "ii ; %  a tax de< il to be i. %  "i. S ild %  %  i rates embrn. Ill' follOW Ida ,1. -,,.,|...,| ,,, ,.;,,.|-tv. th. Count) ..I i iad,, state ol Florid. I.--I |.l Block .'. Taj lor's s':ii.,li\ iPlal Kook L'J P:IRI ... In the Clt "I Miami, l 'OIIIIIJ of i i : ,,i... stati %  l i"ii'i.i. as embraced in Certiricai No. 16-1 The asaeaameni ..i ani prop, rtj in. I. ithe said • i i lirica sailed .iIn tin name of L'I • IW li. l-"i i; Kloi ;, • Ta) I..i .Snbdli I I'l.n l:...., JI Pajtr .;•. in the City %  il, %  "ounty of I >adi State • Kbirida. as emlH-acetl in Certlfkal Th. aasesament .f sju Ih. said rertifl the name or l'i • Ui i'i i i .'].. rty under issued ., known. Lot IK Rlock ".. Amended, Plat Section 733.1 'i. their ..in. In In I lade nr n, .i-i %  bin (1 I" Ull C I I iad. iseeli B) : 1.' i: Ultl'KK I >.-;.ni v Clerk STANLEY B. %  : %  .|..\i \N 268X N \\ 'inn \. Klorida .•I Miami, Kloi Ida S3117 Attorney for Plalni Iff 1 10-17-24-31 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21236 NOTICEis HEREBY OIVRN that K. Meyer holder of Clt) nr Miami Lien Sale Certificate No. -i: Issued the i>tl> day "f -I' A.D. 1 "in, has filed same in my office, and h..s made, applica1 ii.. inands Against Said Kstate: I You are hereby notified and r.-Iquired to presenl any clalme and de; man.Iwhich you ma) have SKalnst [the estate of I:I.SII: MARTHA de* | ceased late ..i DadCounty, Florida, i to the County Judges .-r II M .I. Coun-I ly, .mil file the sain.in duplicate and Fas provided In Sect 788.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthousi n Dad. County, Florida, within six calendar month from the time of the Ural publication hereof, or tinsain.win I., barred. Dated at .Miami. Florida, iliis uith .1. y ..f December, A D. IIIK.I BENJAMIN MA it'll IA As Kxecutor Klral publication ot this notlc. HiZith day ,.f December, I9i .MAI.i nl.M II FRIEDMAN Ati..i a. %  > for Executor l 106 Biscay nBuilding I! -T. : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni.TlCr: IS HKRKIIY HVEN that he undersigned, desiring to engagi In n.i-iii. ss under the i'i. :ii s name ..f SATEI.LITK RKCORDINtl STl'DIOS S VV Eightli Street, Ml mil, iion. la int. inIto r. Blstei said name with the Clerk ..f the Cln ull Court on Dated this aisi day ..f December. %  • i lade i 'ounty, Florida. 1963. i: I'LKATHKRMAN, Clerk Shevln I RED KERNEY. .1. if Circuit conn. Dade County, hlorlda Attorney i..i lK) '•liii.in & ll"li/i Sj Ivan N Holtsinan B) : I! M KEEPER. 11. put) lei k 146 Sej bold II llldlng red P.. in. > Ml Kim -I. I I is Addltlc. II .-k II Page 88 ii"Clt) "i Mi.in.i. County "i Deal. Stat. "i Kloi Ida, as mbraced • rtiricate No 7.17. The asses'it of said prop, rty under ti MI id cert li ,, ,i was In tl [lame nl Rich ml & I i u i oth) Allen, I -is v. ", Block KM, Miami Norl A. !• K ion .Plal tl Book ''•''-• ; Ihe C.'ij ,.', Miami, Coui t) oi I kid.-, si,;, ,,i hlorida, at i i ed In I vi: riciit. \,, 867 T ass. --in, I.I ,,i -,,i p npert) und. the said i Issued \as | lite i I I nknow ii. i nli ss said certli'l • I ill b. r. %  eenied i rdli •-. to law, the pn 'lesci iIs v HI be si .1 to tl highest ii uiCourt Hour 'I'"" "ii the rirsl Monday in th noni li ol %  %  i, i.'iii, • '" %  3rd da) if Kebruai \, A I if. y-.i-d this 81st day of De, : ,. i: II i i: v i III:I:MAN. Clerk "i 'li ,ii.i i ..I,it. i lade C t\ l-i... |i lacs B) : It. M. LEEPER, Deputy Ctterk _1 %  8-10-17* : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61440-A IN RK: l.'st.-iiof PHILLIP A. WAND I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Prisons lla iiu l lalma or Demands Against Salt Estate: Yon are hereby notified and r. • 1IIH-..I I,. |,i.--ni any claims and l. maiiils wlii.h \,,u „ m y have agaln.tli. estate ol PHILLIP A WASH d-'-.i-i.l late of Dude County. Florid to |h' %  aid name with th.. Ciar or ih< Ir. uit Court of D Count). ii..i Ida. % %  '• \s II HANSKN %  CORP., a N.Y. Cora



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Page 16-A *lr '*#• nrrirtirtri Or Olom Men To Meet Sunday Brotherhood ol Temple Or Olom, newly reorganized, will meet for brunch ;u the Temple on Sunday ;.i 11 a m. Officers tor 1964. elected ;il a recent meeting are: president, .lack Lubin; vice president. Or. Gerald Kernick; secretary. Miles Eaton; treasurer, Marvin Zali>; financial secretary, Paul Ginsberg. Board of directors are Jules Pincus, Leon Lefkowitz, Dr. Irwin Potash, Marvin Schneider. Dick Dickstein an I Al Salo. YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED iS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR I OXX Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: _^ \€ME • ^ ROOI1XG £& io **T 685-1952 Friday. lanuory 1* 1954 US Will Give Israel $20 Million in Assistance *^"*^* I..,,,., tneilt loans have l.een SIDOR BUARSKY Belarsky Slated To Sing Here David Pinski Folk School will hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday evening at the Farhand Center. 842 Washington Ave. Philip Nashkin, humorist, will be heard on the program. Louis Lasavin, principal of the school, xxill speak on "Biblical Personal ities." .Max B, Astor, president. will read from the works Of V. 1. Peretz. Scheduled at the yearly celebration of the school Jan. 26 at the Fontainebleau Hotel will be Sidor Belarsky, noted folk singer. Children of the school will sing and recite in Yiddish and Hebn n Guesl speaker will be Leon Rubinstein, executive director of the National Central Committee ot Parband Folk Schools in the United States and Canada. WASHINGTON — (JTA) The United States intends to give to Israel Development loans totaling 520.000,000 this year, in addition to the more than S20.000.000 in the sale of surplus agricultural commodities tor local currency, in the framework of an existing U.S.A.-Israeli, three-year agreement. The figures were revealed during the recent Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on the American foreign aid program. A transcript of the hearing was issued this week. The hearing also disclosed that Egypt will receive this year about si so. ooo.ooo in surplus agricultural commodities, plus an undisclosed sum in developmenl loans which amounted to J36.000.0O0 last year. Jordan is down tor $34,000,000 of U.S. funds in direct support of its budget. Yemen ito gel SS.2O0.000 in aid ol capital pro jects. while Iraq is to gel S16, 000.000 Of American farm surpluses. The data showed further that the United States will provide military assistance to Saudi Arabia, mostly through the sale of equipment and through some grants for training. Under a last-minute decision, the transcript showed, Lebanon will also get U.S. aid in the form of military equipment. sen. Allen .1 EHender I iana Democrat, question. I Be ll director ol the A* ncj IOI International Development, both pbout the assistant, to lra. about the grants la lie Arab states Sen. EHender also object. ,-hat he t< rm< ') ''' rm m: ', ,1 'n'" Israel In teply, Mr Bell told he committee thai the Isra. b .,., | thi their economj improvii a rapidly enoueh. so 'hat the United %  "• li,! bc '" ""' process I I i economn aid to Isra. fii '" |sracl : v iid ha %  %  %  loans have been having goni up by stag quarters of OTIC pe 1982 la tv per cent In I ,, and a quater per year I!, said that, in spit .,, %  ; thai Israel's receipts er the West Germai program IN getii "The 1-raeh eeonom> %  stronger According to ihe Israelis are facing r mgh" economic problei he added, "they ha. reat ncrgy. greet eon lo hi ical skill an join i ffewd, Irom ent in %  '•. ami %  : this ol the :" funds repar*. lower, i came r. tell, verj h B.F.Goodrich NORTON TIRE CO. VISIT OUR NEW AUTOMOTIVE SMICt CtKTER 9001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, SOUTH DADE QUALITY TIRE SALE New tire with truck-tire tough Super-Syn 70M 1 u B i .1 c k tubetyi pli s Fed \fi A HO MOHEY DOWN FREE MOUNTING B.F. GOODRICH COMMANDER 220 LIFETIME GUARANTEE • NYLON CORD CONSTRUCTION INSTANT CREDIT I < I It, LIFETIME GUARANTEE Ah B F Coodi-ith tirr* aic guaranteed loi lie o< oi.qn.-ii tread without limit *• %  to time „i m,leao* ,*g.iin ,oad hatarifa "ncountered if no-m;.. driving ii i tire 19 v damaaee Devnnn repan yoi oet 'nil jMwjnc u remaining tre.m against in* o..f,-"n* of T replace ''• i-ent Man liat IJI ,ct SIZE *70* 710x 760x %  "i. 760x LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES! 15 15 15 '5 750x14 15 rr, n.i4 15 850x14 RtACKVVA'l '"BE-tlPE 945 16 45 17 45 BIACKWAU tUBtUSS 11 95 1795 1995 % f WHItEWAU tUBE 12 45 19 45 20 45 WHItEWAU IUBEIESS 14 95 20 95 22 45 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Absolutely No Carrying Charge! on ludejet Accou •f ?0 Da,, or Letll nt. MIAMI 5300 N.W. 27h Ava. MIAMI BEACH 1454 Alton Rood '.ORTH MIAMI 13360 N.W. th Avenue Inc. SOUTH DADE 9001 South Dixie Hwy. HAUANDAU 29 North Dili* Hwy. W. HOLLYWOOD 4017 HJ I,weed llvd at *'o ReaJ 7 HOMISTtAO 30100 IMH Federal Hwy. FT. LAUD€nU 1930 W. Brcwoid B < d. ?S22 W. Irowa.d l.d. %  nwaiii^ KJV V:ST 5'.0 G.-.c-i St. • eta.;t,| ,.,„., „„,,,,,,,; ... .,



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Florida Mizrachi Women To Hear Mrs. Kirshblum The rescue of youth and (ho [buildiny of useful, well-adjusted men and women are the chief %  roles i Israel of the Mizrachi %  Women's Organization of America. Since 1934, through participation with Youth Ailiyah, thousands MRS. mOKDUAl KtRSHBlUM lot young people have been cared for and e iucated in the schools in Israel sponsored by the Mizrachi Women's Organization of America Hebrew Academy Unit Wil Honor Mrs. Genet On the anniversary of the first Ally.1 ii from war-torn Europe, the Florida Region of Mizrachi will meet to rededicate itself to these hi;; 1 purposes, The two-day conference will open on Feb. :i al the Deauville Hoteli with a General Assembly in the evening, to which the public i> invited. Mrs Mordecai Kirshblum. authority on -ocial work ami educa tion. just returned from an intensive -tody tour of Israel, will be guest speaker. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and Mrs. Alexander Gross, of the Hebrew Academy, will participate The next morning, workshop-, [or practical action will take place, followed by a formal luncheon "The Florida conference promises lo be one of our most significant events.'' according to Mrs. Allied Stone, Florida coordinator. All seven chapters in the Greater Miami area are sponsoring the conference. Presidentj are Mesdames Hurry X Schwartz. Ilatikvah Chapter; Pauline Grundwerg, Miami Beach Chapter; Louis Tokayer. Dov Chaptir; Donald Schrager, Kinnerct Chapter; Joseph Weishaus, AvJVI Chapter; Alex Shayewitz. Batys Chapter; and Saul Porush, Chal Chapter. Harry Genet, founder and of the Hebrew Academy will be honored by the tation al a luncheon on Wed AIRS. HARHY GENfT nesrlay. .Ian 29. at the Deauville Hotel She and her husband, Harr\ (tenet, a local businessman and philanthropic leader, live at 1501 Lakeview Dr. The Genets have been residents of this area for the past 25 years and their children. Irving, Martin. Saul and Florence i Mrs Kalph Coleman). all attend o I schools here and were Lirad uated from the University ol Miami. The Genet family ilisted among the very urst members ol Beth Jacob Congregation, where the) observed the Bar Mitzvah of their sons and where Genet served as vice president. Fifteen years ago, when a small group envisioned the need to establish ;i Hebrew Academy in the Greater Miami area. Rose and Harry Genet were auain among the "fir-ts" to join and support the project. Today, Genet is honorary president of the school, and Mrs Genet serves as a founder and trustee of the Hebrew Academy Women. n J bv ISABEL GRCVE is Kletsky, who'll receive Bachelor of Education degree the University of Miami on ''< Mth, will be feted two days re at a cocktail party Hosted by Dr and Mrs. Earl J Kletsky, his son. and Dr. and %  Irs. Abraham H. Kisen, she's daughter, the festivities will held at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas KraviK of Bay ;l rbor [stand, cousins of the laic Mrs. Kletsky \ prominent businessman in [field, Mass., Kletsky re 'ired in 1859 for the express pur 1 of attending the university i /..


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Page 2-B >Jewistncridlail Friday. January 17, 1964 Dr. Gordon Will Host Canadians nr Minerva Gordon, of the I Lincoln Terrace Apts., Miami Beach, has invited a small group Mb" her home Sun. ay afternoon to meet her honored guests, Mr and Mrs. Joseph H. Frank, of Montreal, Canada. • Member of the Board of Goy ernors of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the international governing body of the university. Frank v. ill meet with Jack S. Popiek. presidenl of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University, who also serve* on the hoard. According to Dr. Cordon euest list includemembers ol tl. board of the American Jewish Physicians' Committee who have Sn active in Greater Mum m Sport of the medical school ol the Hebrew l niversity. Among tl'.-'--' expected are Dr. nr.,l Mrs. Meyer B. Marks president ot the South, astern ( hapter „. the Phvslc^ns' Committee Dr Sarah Rossicn, of Huntington, LI active in her local branch of the medical uroup: Dr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Classman, vice pres dent: Dr. and Mrs Louis G. Lytton. membership chairman; Dr. and Mrs. Harold I'nger, treasurer: Dr. and Mrs. Irwin ft Makov, >ky. Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Scheinberg, and Dr and Mrs. Stanley Fre'ilmt;.-Recent re.ipient of the V.'oni.ni of the Year Award of the Women's Division, American Friend;of the Hebrew University, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, will be present with her husband. Benjamin Mey. crs. Regional director ot-the Hebrew Frieids, Joseph I.' Vanich, will attend with Mrs. Yanich Frank is president of the Zion. ist organization of Canada, -hav. ins previously MTV1 as Ireasurer. m~ ->..i^.'-T|p; Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president of the Women's Greater Miami Chapter, is shown receiving national recognition for scholarships given to Technion students and local chapter expansion. Presenting the hand-illuminated scroll is Mrs. Herman J. Leffert, national women's president of the American Technion Society High-Rise Dwellers Certainly Believe In 'Higher' Education for Youth of Israel Sidney P. Lipkins is one apartment house owner who can boast his tenants are all interested in "higher" education. He and his brother, Charles, executive manager of Crystal House, have a roster of members of the American Technion Society ( nearly 50 strong, all of whom re1 side at the high-rise dwelling. Lipkins is a national board member of the Technion Society, a group of distinguished American engineers, educators, and civic leaders who give support to Technion University. This is Israel's oldest and largest engineering college, located on the slopes of Mt. Carmel in Haifa. As the builder and owner of the dramatic, gleaming structure on Collins Ave., Lipkins is something of an engineer and planner in his own right, and therefore shares an affinity with the Israeli college. Top VIP's of the South Florida Chapter of Technion are the founders, those who give $1,000 or more to develop research programs, buiid classrooms and finance scholarships. Founders include Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hertz. Mrs. Thau is president ol the Technion Women's Division. Crystal House tenants who belong to the local Technion unit include the Mesdames Lylion Abr:imon. Frances P.eckerman. A. L. Brener. Harry W. Caplan, Samuel K'oenstein, Joseph H. Gardner. Samuel Cross, Henry Hersch, Lillian Karasek, Beatrice Koizim, Te-ie I.itt. Anne B. Miller, Israel Nasher. Morris Norian. Jeanette Prisamcnt. William Raflowitz, Eva Richtcr. Sam H. Rosenberg, Harry Kosenthal, Murray J. Rosenthal. Raymond Rubin, Benjamin Tanner, Evelyn Wagner, Matilda Washton and Maurice Yorkin. Mrs. Thau agrees with the Lipkin brothers that other apartment houses might follow the example, set at Crystal House. "A mutual interest makes for a I big happy family of tenants." said Lipkins. "Especially if the cause is non-controversial and beneficial to the youth of tomorrow." As a national director of the 1 American Technion Society. Lipkin feels people of all religions have a stake in higher education. Second Review For Rabbi Kronish Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom, will review "Strength to Love," by Martin Luther King, at Temple Beth Sholom Auditorium on Sunday, Feb. 9. at 10;30 a.m. The second in a series of book leviews sponsored by the Sisterhood of the Temple is open to the public. Other books in the scries, entitle: Bookand Bagelwith the Ral I i." are "Yevtushenko—A Preocious Autobiography," Mar. 8; "The Shoeof the Fisherman," by Morris West. April 12: and a hit Broadway play, reviewed on May 13. On Wednesday evening, Rabbi !\ nish reviewed "The Deed." by Gerold Frank. What Margarine is Delicious? Kosher? Pareve? Mar-Parv, of course! Mar-Parv is the Margarine with the fine fresh delicate flavor. 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Friday. January 17, 1964 lewis* n^ridlmr Page 3-B National Children'*; Cardiac Hospital Annual Coronation Ball Slated Jan. 25 urns, aunt* torn Mrs. Leiter Will Chair Heart Sunday Mrs Chester "Derm" Loiter has been appointed .Miami Heart Sunday chairman for the second eonrecutivt year, according to an an1 !" iiouticement made by Milton E. Lesser, president of the Heart AsBociatiof "i Greater Miami. Mr*. Leiter. of 1770 SW 24th j Ave., Miami, has been active in Heart Association activities for five years. She has been a member of the Board of Directors for 1 two years She is president ol the Sisterhood of the Israelite Center, and is Baking for volunteers from all Sistcrshoods in Dade County to help hi the Heart Sundaj drive. The dance takes place on Heart Sunday Weekend, beginning Thursday. Feb. 20, and ending on Heart Sunday, Feb. 23. Mrs. Leiter said that volunteers .-.re needed in all areas of Dade County, and those who can help may call the Heart Association office Mrs. Letter's husband. Chester, ialso active in Heart Association programs, and Debbie, their 2"^Jlcar-old .granddaughter, was the youme-t ever to become a member of 'Jje Heart Association, a gift to her at birth. The Lti'ers are parents of one son, Ahttr, who lives with his wife in Snu.h Miami. They too. are ac t'\e in tie art Association affairs. Annual Coronation Ball at the Dcauville Hotel on Saturday night, Jan. 25. lor the benefit of the National Children's Cardiac Hos pital will climax Cardiac Week" proclaimed by Oov. Farris Bryant. Heading arrangements for the Annual Coronation Ball is Dave Emitter. Jimmy Denote will headline the' show at the dinner. He will also visit the hospital's new facilities on NW 12th Ave. Leo Robinson, president of the hospital, in urging public support of the annual function, declared that "National Children's Cardiac Hospital is not a member of the United Fund and depends on public contributions." Represented at the benefit will be the New York area women's chapters ol National Children's Cardiac Hospital, meeting in convention here in Miami during Car diae Week. Hubert Dates, administrator of the hospital, this week expressed enthusiasm over the "greater opportunities for service the completion of the ho-pital's new facilities in the .Metropolitan Medical Center. We are in fact right now celebrating the first anniversary of the completion of our new building, and the out-patient clinic alone has shown approximately a 50 percent increase in attendance "Although National Children's Cardiac Hospital caters to needy children, who have been stricken with heart ailments from all sec turns df the country and several foreign countries, we never lose sight of a primary responsibilit) to our children right here in Dade County, and the hospital's staf! work amoti" school ehildren of &f he county has become a praiseworthy tradition over the years." Committeo chairmen are Judge Milton A. Friedman, program; Murry Woroner. publicity; Maurice Colin, gifts; Leo Robinson, selection ot King and Queen; Robert Rubinstein, decorations; R. Williams Apt, ticket distributor; and Mrs Molly Reiner, ways and menus MtS. EMft MORTON DPhiE's to Hear Book Review Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president of Delta Phi Kpsilon Alumnae, announces that a book review will be held on Saturday, 1:30 p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Gerald Schainuk, 37 So. Prospect Dr. A current best seller will be re viewed by Mrs. Beatrice Weinstein. Mid-Winter Tea At Emanu-EI Next Wednesday Sisterhood Of Temple Emanu-F.l will hold its annnual midwinter tea on Jan, 22. Miss Lillian Goodman, Sisterhood life membership chairman, reports that a surprise honor Sisterhood Member of the Month will be announced after the program, entitled "We Crown Our Life Members.*' Mrs. Emit Morton will be guest soloist, accompanied by Prof. Jascha Fischerman. Dr. Irving Lehrman will pay a special tribute to all Sisterhood life members. Mrs. Alexander Kogan. Sisterhood president, announces the following committee: Hostess chairman, Mrs Leonard C.lickman; table decorations. Mrs. Harold Hirshfield; seating. Mrs. Kenneth Sokolsky; arrangements. 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u F : %  t < .< n • t %  i I •L .1 1 •n c I %  2 n e ..] -• ha ful a n ,i MO nil 01 it .. T mil ficw is. or ;r; lui -an •cei or :roi Aft. heft 'hi mil alt. Page 4-B *Jeis*tk>riditoi %  • Health Fair Set In Broward Co &j %  ••How to Deal with Your Ten' sions"' "Understanding Your Teen-Ager" and "The All American Mother-Fact or Fiction.' are a few of the topics which will be discussed at the Mental Health *TMr\fm'ofi Wflncsday at the South Florida State Hospital. Holly wood. Program is being presented for the fourth year by the Hollywood section, National Council of Jewish Women, and the Mental Health Association of Broward County. Registration is at 8:45 a.m.. and admission is free. Chairman of the Forum is Mrs. All around the town — that's where activity is promised by the Town Women's co-chairmen of Initial Gifts, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers (left), and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. They are cocrdinating their activities closely with the Initial Gifts co-chairmen of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal, Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Jack Ablin, for an outstanding campaign for CJA and an outstanding opening event scheduled to take place on Feb. 17. mm • MM. SARAH JACOBS Dr. Narot Set In Book Review Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual Israel. leader of Temple Israel, will be The review series is sponsored card in a review of "The Femiby Temple Israel Sisterhood, and ne Mystique." by Betty Friedan., will be held in Wolfson Auditor:i Tuesday, 10:30 a.m., at Temple, ium. /?= Borsht from the bottle can't taste this good! FRESH-FROZEN CONCIINTRATE contains fresh cream and eggs MAKES 1 FULL QUART Now at Food Fair, Publix and othor fine stores INTPODUCTORY OFFER ; ON AUNT LEAH'S BORSHT Mr. t r ll ll l Ml Product. Co amndHm Ihli rouM ( $c tin ?c (or hlndlint il you rotolvo i' jn your i.leol Aunt IM* 1 Boi.V.trrfltnprrM.itid lorrMtntption noiljlr th.nZ monlmtollo*ins dt" 01 peMcaVia, Ciuaon mi, not bl a.uintd or trimffrrtd b you Invoi'.M provin. pui'njtt o' .ulficunT Aunt lotV Borint to co.tr eoupoil presented lor itflen plion muit be Uiown upon riouott Ctntorrier mult oiy my Mitt tai. Void whert prohibited, laird or irstrirterl by raw. Good only in u S.A dm naM I. 20t. For rWtmplitn, Isrwiid to WK Product. Co., 410/ Bel.rade strert. Ptnlidtlphla, Pa. Oirlrt EXPIHS. MARCH 12. 1964 JF-1 charge of education. Arrangement cmaiWR~. '"" eludes fcffirCharles Friedman. 22 city: Mrs. Julius Halperj registration and ushers; Mrs. Sam „;„ and Mrs HaroldI Se|.. snacfc barand Mrs. Kenneth Shane, literature and mental health Serving on the Forum Planning Committee are Dr. R. E Eaton, superintendent. South Florida State Hospital; Dr. Thomas Prutsman, NEW Friday, January 17. 1 964 psychologist at the Henderson Clinic; Louis Cautin. director Jewish Family -Service; HoberTt Weiland, supervisor. Diagnostic Center. Board of Public. Instruction; and Power H. Sharrett\ executive director, Mental Health Association of Broward County.' Editor to be Speaker Dick Evans, religion editor of ihe Miami Herald, will be guest speaker at Temple EmanuEl 't Meekly youth breakfast on Sun day morning Formerly a sportwriter for the Herald, Evans' ad dress will be on "Identical Chat lenges of Religion and Sports." DAIRY MEAL TREAT! bravo! bravo! bravisstmo! Italian-style! Sarah Jacobs Has 80th Birthday Mrs. Sarah Jacobs' 80th birthday was celebrated Sunday in the Algiers with a luncheon given by her three daughters, Mrs. Joe Rose. Mrs. Johnny Layton. and Mrs. Phil Weiner Out-of-town guests here for the occasion were daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs Joe Rose. Durham. N.C.; son. Joe Jacobs., Atlanta. Oa. Also sister, Mrs. Bella Shapiro. Paterson. N.J.: brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Max Tanis; niece, husband and son, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Sacks and Stanley, all • from Dayton, O.; and Mr. andj Mrs. Morris Moss, Ft. Lauder dale. Ravioli • N SAUCE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE* CHEESE BITE SIZE MACARONI PIES FILLED WITH CHEESE For your family, your guests...for your very next dairy lunch or supper... facant Chef Boy-Ar-Dee has captured a real Italian flavor in this new Cheese Ravioli feast! Just heat. and here's what : jMi serve! Italian-tasting tender little macaroni I s filled with t.mgy cheese ... lavished With sa\ ry tomato s..uce, simmered with mushrooms and cheese, and seasoned It? i :tion in the real Italian way. What a treat to serve. ..tastier nnd I i the frozen kind. And so mucti 1 < r, too. Costs only about 15c a serr' -il luU at. Lj i,, u U:.jbUVVijl CalU today, PASSOVER j CONFECTIONS*! I I I THE MARVELOUS MEATLESS MEAL WAT'S READY TO HEAT 'N' EAT! Pl 406. 5230 Baltimore Ave. 13, Pa. (2151 GR 41009 I I I I I I .J



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. ': f "Friday. January 17. 1964 +Jmisti fhrMlari Page 5-£ National Council of Jewish Women Plans Another Community Action Session Discussing the bazaar luncheon last week in Sklar Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid are these chairmen of the event. Left to right are Mrs. Reiva Levine. Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Mrs. Charles Raab. Mrs. Harry Levin, Mrs. Ruth Goldstone. Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president of Sisterhood. Art Preview Set by El Al Second session of the National i Council of Jewish Women School lor Community Action takes place on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., at Temple Beth Sholom, according i to Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, Sec-! tion president. In addition to two film showings, topics discussed in seminars' will be "School Guidance for Dropouts," "Employment Opportunities for Dropouts" and "Effect of Desegregation on School Prob-j lems." Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, a national vice president of National 1 Council of Jewish Women, will j speak on "Youth in Other Countries and the World's Challenge! lor Equal Opportunity for Them." 1 Mrs. Aaron Farr, director of the school, and Mrs. Larry Hoffman. .Section program chairman, will do the summing-up based upon reports of discussion group leaders and recorders from both, sessions of the school. First -ission of the school last week leaturcd Dr. B. Frank Brown, principal of Melbourne. Fla., High School, "where the library is larger than the gymnas ium." Jack Kassewitz, of the Miami News, and member of the Dade County Quality Education Committee, told the school audience how the Dade County School Board is, implementing the Dr. Youngert Quality Education report. I The afternoon panel di


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aJ Page 6-B towlsJinnrMfrtn 4^ocictlit by Isabel C/ Continued from Page T-B son-in-law, Dr. Eisen, is a pc.iiatrician at Children's Hospital m Montreal. -1 0 0 Nostalgic strains of "A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody" from the North Bay Rd. home of Loretta Walsh heralded the first Ziejzfeld Girls' gathering of the new year last Thursday Over 35 Ladies of the Ensemble joined in the singing of their theme song Veterans "f flio Rita, Show Boat and several Ziegfeld Follies, they came from Palm Beach, Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Pompano for the meeting Among the lovelies. Elsa Bertram, Evelyn Ware Smith, Vic Goodkin, Jane Laurence and Florence Jcbb. social director at the Doral Beach Hotel Organized nationally 14 years ago, the Ziegfeld Follies Club home is on 42nd St., in Manhattan, with Billie Burke, Ziegfeld's wife, an honorary member And another sent.mental reunion, the 29th. for Mrs. Jack Kesselman, of New York City, Mrs. Irene Schoenberg, Boston. Mrs. Irving Gordon. Detroit, and Mrs. Esther Isenbaum, Toronto. I ;it Chandler's Friends as i children in a small village inj Poland, some 50-odd years ago, they have ,been meeting here every January for the past 10 years. • • • Guest of long-time friend Mrs., John Metlika, Mrs. Reuben Kom-I isar. owner of Camp Belle Aire and Belle Aire Ranch, here from Sparta. Tenn. Mr. and Mr.. Cye Wochsler made it back from River Edge. N. J.. ju-; in time to miss the •big snow" Attended the Bar Mitzvr.h of grandson Richard, son of their daughter Mareia and the late Jack Young The Calvin D. Jacobsons, of Chicago, pursuing the sunshine down 10 South Miami lor a few weeks Stayed with son Herbert and his wife Peg. and visited with family—Mrs. Sadie Hei letz and the Charles Jacob-ons 6f Coral Gables Surrounded by Miami Beach ites. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, of Pontiac, Mich., celebrated Mrs. Allen's birthday with an intimate dinner parly at Chandler's Guesting at the festive occasion were Miss Barbara Allen. Mrs. Estellc Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewis and Seymour Gould. 0 o David Handshu visited his sister, Mrs. Aaron Levy, recently married and living in Savannah. Ga., drov her back to Miami TETLEY TEA Book Series At Emanu-EI Temple Emanu-EI will launch the third year of its popular Book of the Brunch Club series on Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. Dr. Irving Lehrman will review "Caravans." by James A. Michencr. Brunch will be served. The project is sponsored jointly by Sisterhood and PTA. Mrs. Leonard Abramson and Mrs. Seymour Alterman are cochairmen. Two other sessions are scheduled for Feb. 19 and Apr. 7. Series tickets are available at the Temple office. A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Y, there'i Yora To* •!rIt le) etii fineno... "flavor crushed" for fullest strength tad stimulauoo... richer taste aod plee> %  re with your fleishigt and %  ilehtfj tod betwer* a*aj refreshment... Certified Kosher mdmitrict Rabbinical SuperUdam •> %  • i i i Mrs. Heller Will Conduct Bureau Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller will conduct a Speaker's Bureau Seminar for the Southeastern Florida Region of Women's American ORT. The sessions will take place at the North Shore Branch of Miami Beach Federal on Friday. Jan. 17. 24 and 31 at 10 a.m. Mrs. Heller is past president of the Greater Miami Chapter of ORT. She was region Combined Jewish Appeal chairman and is currently chairman for the Pace Setter's Luncheon of the Young Women's Division of the CJA. The U.S. Agency for International Development signed contracts with ORT to establish tech' nical vocational training programs in Guinea and Mali. The late President John F. Kennedy hailed these projects as "vital to the economic, educational and technological progress of the people of these emerging nations." HOLLAND HONEY CAKE MS DELICIOUS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! 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K.nk Planning (rip to Israel later this year, -he ill then return toMiami so the two can compare notes \ clean bill of health on Gerald sent the Soltrcs (Roz) off to Jamaica to celebrate Mrs. Florence Kuppcrman. enFridcry, January JJ7, 1<0< ergetic and efficient, just cant say "no" when an organization needs her Needless to say, she's always in demand as evi. denied by her traveled calendar .. Her problem now— finding time to entertain friend Mrs. Charles Lyman. of Lawrence. L.I.. who'll be spending the winter in the -CrestviewApartments on Bay Harbor |-. lands. %  •:• f i i 'Arerftthoie Heinz Wctrnvet? ,M Tn a minute; ^GoodJtnS-tarvedj 1 "Are they Kosher?" you dietetically inquire. "Certainly." Each label carries the @ seal of approval of I THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH fZZn CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA. NS' ONLY GENUINE SWISS CHEESE IMPORTED FROM SWITZERLAND HAS THIS SEAL ON THE PACKAGE H Is your protection against Imitations-your guarantee of excellence In flavor, texture end quality. 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Friday, January 17, 1964 fJewlsiirhrkttati Vaqe 7-B Beth David Ladies Ken %* to speak To Hear Rabbi Guest speaker at Beth David! Sisterhood' %  Kallah on Tuesday in| co-chairman. The Kall.il is open to 1 he pub ic, I nil reservations may be made hr.'iigh ihe Beth David Synagogue Iiice. Attorney Ken Myers will be guesl speaker Fib. 4 for the Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical Association meeting at the Dapont l-'la/a. beginning at 9 p.m. Myers. who .will speak on major legislative problemi laeing Florida, is active with child guidance clinics. ile Is on the Legislative Committee of the Florida Association ol Mental Health. Junior Auxiliary ol the Jewish Home for the Aged meets to discuss its Inain fund-raising event of the year, a luncheon Tuesday at Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. George Israel, Mrs. Louis Bresler and Mrs. Joe LeNoble. Standing are Mrs. Joseph Epstein. Mrs. Barthold J. Strauss and Mrs. Sigmund Rostler. Busy Day For OUT Leader Here Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national vice president of Women's Ameri-i can ORT, and expansion chairman j for the Southern area, had a busy schedule for her committee comprised of Mrs. Florence Kupperman. region vice president, Mrs. Jack Bressler and Mrs. Martin Shaw, both of Atlanta, Ga.. and Mis Henry Pariser. Detroit, Mich. First luncheon meeting took place in the North Bay Village home of Mrs. Kupperman. Following were an afternoon meeting in the home of Mrs. Harry Beck-, er, of Detroit, southwest expansion chairman, who makes her winter home at. the Seacoast Towers; a dinner ajeeting at the home of Mrs. Rosenblatt. Surfside; and a ; farewell breakfast meeting at the home of Mrs. Louis Baron, region president. Goal Of the Expansion Committee is to open new chapters in every Jewish community in the United States. ")ora Stein Sisterhood Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite (enter will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28, 7:30 p.m., followed by a white elephant sale in the social hall. Proceeds will go to the Religious School. Chairman is Mrs. George Graham. Medical Center Benefit Luncheon Funds raised at a luncheon and games' party sponsored by Greater Miami Chapter, American Medical Center at Denver, are earmarked for the new hospital wing being planned for the non-sectarian hospital with the "open door." Event la scheduled for Saturday at 11:30 a.m., in the House of lloo, 1820 "Jth St. Causeway. Locally, the chapter contributes to the Jackson Memorial Hospital TB and cancer wards. In charge of reservations are Mrs. Molly Holober and Mrs. Becky Roth Mrs Lila S. Myers i. president. Temple Sinai Women's Function Temple Sinai Sisterhood is spon oring an ice-skating party for unday School students to be held Her classethis Sunday. Following luncheon, served at he Temple, students will be translated to "Winter Wonderland" at he Deauviile Hotel, returning to he Temple by 5 p.m. Parents nay join the group for the afterloon. Mrs. Sydelle Coslow and Mrs. Bebe Birnbach are in charge ol the event. On Wednesday night, Jan. 22. Sisterhood will hold a paid up membership party in the Temple auditorium. Refreshments will be served. and entertainment will feature professional sinner Marian Essler. accompanied by Diva Solove. A weekend at the Carillon Hotel will be presented 10 the Sister hood member who has brought in the most members. Senior Friendship Circle Next meeting of the Senior Friendship Circle of Temple Beth Am will be held on Tuesday evening in the music room of the Temple. Henry A. Kauffman, chairman, announces that a short business meeting will be followed by a social. Group is open to all senior citizens, and membership in the Temple is not required. Corel Chapter Fashion Show Mrs. Jules Weston, president, 'oi.l Chapter. American Medical .'enter, announces a fund rais ng asbion shew and luncheon i scheduled for Wednesday noon at Kings Baj Yacht and Country .lul). Presented by Mary Norton, fash ions for all occasions will be mod?led by chapter members, with hair styles by Tropicana Beauty salon. Chairing the affair is Mrs. Bert Kfarc. ways and means vice president. Hebrew Univ. Founders to Meet Announcement was made this week by Lionel R. Man man, nalional president of the American Frierds ol the Hebrew University, thai the Society of Founderof the ne campus of the Hebrew I i ivi rsity will inaugurate its 1964 .lulu rial program at a luncheon to 1 held n Ihe Barcelona Hotel. According to Bauraan, chairman >i the luncheon to take place in niu-February, will be Joseph If, '.. %  :, ol New York, chairman of the Societj oi Founders. Local founders of the university inclu le Mr and Mrs. Charles Charcowskv Dr. and Mrs. Philip Gotlieb, M and Mrs, David Provus, Mr, ai Mis. Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro. Host committee for the scheduled luncheon will be headed by Jack S. Popick. chairman of the South Florida Chapter of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and vice chairman of the national Society of Founders. MRS. MADGE HIONAHAN 4V 1 XD 0PENMNQ BOUTIQUE YARN SHOP FINISHING BLOCKING LINING YARNS F REE INSTRUCTIONS 150 HIALEAH DR., HIALEAH, FLORIDA Ph. 885-2134 WE CARRY A WIDE SELECTION Of BEAUTIFUL YARNS r % % %  %  %  B E A BIBLE EXPERT MR. I. K. 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Pcge 8-B *Jmtstincridiar Friday, January 17. 1964 l i i i .. ( n a I ft 0" %  i • :: c I I I 'I Q ir A: I h YCTTA WOMAN OF THE WEEK Yetta Gclvan has had mere than her share of life's tragedies, hut one would never know from her sweet swile and gentle manner. She has not imposed her sorrow on others. Born in Poland three pionths alter the death of her lather, she was left in the care of her grandfather while her mother came to New York. It was impossible tti keep in touch with her mother or other family in America except r>\ means of the Red GEOJO* When she was finally reunited with her mother in New York City, she had to learn to know her, as well as to adapt herself to the American way of life. Because of her fine education in Poland. Yctta sailed through the American public school in ; breeze, finishing gra.e school in six months, and four years of high school in a year and a half. There was only one year a: Hunter College for Yetta. because it was at this time she met her husband. Leo. who had come from Africa to visit his mother. Leo remained in New York and they were married. After the tragic loss of a son, they moved to Florida. Misfortune followed them, when Yetta became gravely ill. The Gelvnns thought they would stay tor a while in Hialeah. but the while lengthened Into IS years. They started the Jewish community there, and the congregation today kni .MI as Tifereth Jacob is their baby. Yetf and her husband do all they can to further Jewish education. S • belongs to man) organizations, but is most concerned with the rev Ac demy. Jewish Home for the Aged, her Temple Sisterhood. Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Yctta has no patience with knitting but likes to cook, and has iled her husband in this regard. Every Wednesday, she takes hi; lunch, a favorite salad. While she and her daughter. Ella. md-the-world tr'p, she gave the recipe to a restaurant -i Leo cot: gel his favorite dish on Wednesdays. The Gclvans like to travel and are head-over-heels in love with Israel "1 feel thai it is my land." explained Yetta While there, tiny mel j tun man. (who was the same age as their son would < been and whose dream was to be an engineer. The Gelvans ij hi back to the U.S.. and his dream is becoming a reality. Dui he iveek, Ye'U attends meetings, plays a little canasta, to the race track, even Jai-Alai; but Friday, Saturday and Sunbelong t. Mr and Airs Stuart Altschool, Sir*v and Herbert Gimbel, Dorothy and Ritter Levinson and Mi. and Mrs. Sidncj Lee DELIVERED BY HAND The invitations to Marilyn and Harry B. Smith'New Year's Eve party were delivered bj hr.nd t' 1 their closest friends. Invitations were an emptj champagne bottle v.!'a clever note, instructins guest., to bring them back idled Guests include: Dol res and Allan Wilson. Ellen a 'id Bernie MandL-r, Judy and Tom Gerard, Jud> and Paul Rosen. Vnita and Beimel Lifter, Hilda and Manny Zaiac, Lyli Marshal Bcrkson, Babs aid Lennj Parker, Sclma and Frank v. and the two doctors in one familj Dr Jerome Raim an his wife Dr. Nma Ellenbogen. MISS tlUH TtlltR Tellers Reveal Ellen's Troth Ir. and Mrs. Sidney Teller, of \\ 40th SI announce the en. jgement ol their daughter, Ellen i had i i Burton David Corliss, i of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin • rliss, i: 51 Post Ave. A June Iding inlanned. PTA to Have Coffee Affair PTA of Temple Emanu-El is busy making plans for a fun-filled coffee to be held on Wednes, day. Jan. 22. at the home of Mrs. Joseph Rubinstein. Purpose ol the coffee is to kickoff PTA's single fund raising project, proceeds of which go toward building the Solomon Schechter %  and Relieious School Libraries. Pointing the way to a successful Combined Jewish Appeal Initial Gifts event for the women on Miami Beach are Mrs A LGhclcman (left! and Mrs. Abe L. Cassett, Initial Gifts co^ annZSrf ft" Carl .^inkle. Women's Division chairman. announced their appointment to headline the Beach camoaiqn SfltS5Mt •*—"* < Mrs. Inez fiflg l: Allrn Be< kr IBIS UPTON Iris Lipton Eyes June Marriage Mr. an l Mrs. Samui 1 Lipton, Vllis n Island, announce the engagement ol their daughter, Iris Dee to Sloven Allen Schultl MM1 .ir and Mrs, Stephen Sehultz. %  i-i |\ DI Great Ni ck, L.I.. N Y of 1724 BiarriU Dr A graduate of Miami Beat the future bride is a senior ..i the i niversit) ol Miami, ma i .i g in Human Relal ioi S u ia MM mi" r ol s ;ma Delti ra ioroi om is aduatc ol Gie %  Neck High ,i il the I liversity ol Flo "id re he n i < ived a Ba r ol i % %  Ac i\ PC :n bu sines* idininistr iti n He is a m> i hw 0 Vlpha Kappa Psi and is an al te ol Tau Epsilon Phi He is "in' associated with a firm ol cei tified public accountants. Gladstone; Recjen Plan for April A spring ueddin in being plan ned for Stephanie Helen Gladstone and Martin Regen, of White Me OM Lake. .\ J Announcement of the betroth mad, lluweek by the future bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Mm raj Gladstone, lTfii SW Uth SI The bride-elect attended the L'niversit) | The prospective groom, son of Mr an Mrs Hyman Regan, re i-cived a BA degree is journalism from Rutgers I7niverity arl is resent Ij associated with pastor, H Ito t'he lej Clifford tad Athi %  ng v ill be hi Id In April Wffli Condominium Aparrmants ,.. u OAD COUNTY'S FIMT • OVIRMMINf INIUIID CONDOM.NIUm ACARTMINTSI OWN TOUR siAimrui. .•f*" v,,w **ar*"HT WITH A *J£ W.ICIir ON IMI INTRACOAITAl WATHWA Y.-IN TMl HP ART OF IVERYTHINO SI '•'-••'•noaiiioooowM fAVCHuUll FINANCINO AND TAX DtOUCnOM Ml mi MODCt TOOAY ANO MSMVI YOUt APAKTMtNI OPIN 9 5 DAILY •UNNY 1311 SHOPrlNO CINTIR IIin AND COLUMl AVI, AUAMI ilACH, 91A, •*>• %  947-1702 • •nrnuLLYAii coRorrioNio • rtt 9*1 VATI DOCK • nmiPAMim • PHIVATI lALCONIU • IWIMMIIMPOOi O AUTOMATIC DIIHWMWIII OFOOD DISPOSAL O CaMMUNrn ROOM OMUF'LIBOAIIO • •U-MMUT OCLWITOEVIRYTnlRi • irrCWR 9AII-THRU •saw*" 1 "pi mS 3 S EM b.oSTT miSSISS ADDRESS Knm •••••.. ..44 CITY STATE '•*V lAAii SEIOI.YSIS HAIR tllMiHATtr) FOfffVfft LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOO En1oi-d By PlivsiCiJr •. 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Friday. 'anuary 17, 1964 Jet+tslfir ricften jNewman-Ash Living in Calif. After N.Y. Rites Miss '.rlene Ruth Ash and Arnold ^iiiord Newman were married 03 Saturday evening, Dec. 7. by Rabbi Theodore S. Ros* at the Ameti.iia Hotel in New York City. The parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash. 446.) No Jefferson Ave., .Miami Beach. end Mr and Mrs. Joseph Newman, of Tw Garden Hills. N.Y. The bride wore an empire gown of whit, -at in with an overskUi oi Spanish lace and carried an arrange! ent of stephanotis on o Bible. Mrs. Arnold Gilbert, sister o the brie • -room, v as matron ol honor, and Mr. Gilbert served a.best m. Bridesi aids were Miss Juan Kratish, .f Miami Beach and Ch rago; Miss Nanct Klein, of Miami Beach a:. New York; Miss Cam h n Goldberg, of Boston, Mass.; nd M. Sheila Kassewitz, i | M £\S:ann i ch. I -her\> ere Stuart Newma SI ier, Kobe:-. Snyder and Norman • der, .ill cousins of the gi oom. Mr :r Mrs. Newman are both graduab <>t the L'niversily o Mi mii. .iI r le ia member ot Sigmt Delta Tau Sorority Her husban fraternity iPhi %  Di Now ng in California, the couple nej mooi ed in Arizona Page 9-B Alan Shecter Takes a Bride I nrnu • columnist fur The Jew ish Flondian, Alan Shecter. and Joanne Deane were married Sunday, Q4 ?2. in Tein pie Has Sihai 'n '! '•' i II iv ard Sii % %  ". i % %  '.' I'.nei ol t! %  •• • \ !\ e '.are Mr and Mrs, Ezra Deane and Mr. I Iff A KIS. ARNOID NEWMAN "il Mrs Louis K Shecter. all of Baltimore, Md. Shecter met his bride, now a -ixth grade teacher, in June at the 10th anniversary reunion ol their high school class. They hadn't seen one another since 1953. Returned from a honeymoon trip through Holland, France and Spain, the newlyweds are living at 903 Lake Dr.. Baltimore. •* MRS. 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Baldi. Your columnist served as commentator. President of (he group, Mrs Joseph Rosenberg, wore a petal pink mo; gashel linen sheath with wide horizontal inserts of white clooney lace. Mrs. Tillie Schwartz, chairman oi the lunch' eon. chose a bright red chantilly lace two-piece ensemble. Her sheath -kin was lopped with the waist skimming overblouse. A white siik brocade coat with er mine collar and cuffs completed her ensemble. Mrs. Henry Schwartz selected a navy blue silk crepe Jumper with a high-necked blouse and a waist-length jacket. A red and white polka-dotted jabot at the neckline added .* bright spot ot color. lulRS. Philip Friedman's sand" %  colored silk shirtwaist featured embroidered flowers on the bodice and vertical pencil striped to the hem. Royal blue embossed wool knit was the choice of Mrs. Sam Schneider. A grey wool .-heath was worn by Mrs Abraham Bron.-tein. Double circular embroidered appliques Kneseth Israel Games Party Kneseth Israel Sisterhood is sponsoring a luncheon and games parly a! the synagogue on Tues, ay at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. 1. Iluppert i~ chairman. with Mrs. Gizella Weiss and Mrs Etta Mandell co-chairmen, and Mrs. Lillian Engel in charge of tickets. Sponsors for the afternoon are Mesdames Franco Lilian. Louis Dublin. D rothj Dlatt, Regina Halperin, Gizella Weiss, Etta Mandell. I. Ruppert, Lena l'opkm. Regina Basel, Lillian Engel, Helen llornstein. Dinah Halperin. Mesdames Fanny Budowsky, Fanny Sirot, Jennie Malina, Toby Jaffe. Dora Malkin. Rose Rahinov.Hz. Ray Benjamin, Anna Goldman. Rose Ansel. Rose Lerner, Kay Stolow I. B. Eisenstein, president. were outlined with rhinestones. Mrs. Jack Sivin's three piece Italian knit ensemble was in avoca 0 yreen. Mint green silk was worn by Mrs. Dora Ackernian. The bod ice of her suit was in tones of green in an abstract print. Mrs. Joseph Schwartz' silk print combined blue and black into a geometric pattern. The navy silk -heath Mrs. Ed l.if.-lun wore had white and pearl cav.er beads and bugle beads embroidered on the bodice. Yellow wool jersej with matchira colored scroll embroider) was the choice ol Mrs. Helen S %  rzman Mrs. \i Feder's three-piece knit ensemble was from Bolgium The overblouse was red. and the skirt and jacket were in a couble knit pattern Royal blue -ilk alpaca was Mrs. Rudi Hal's choice for the afternoon. Her sheath dress had its own matching fitted jacket. Mrs. Cecile Prince wore a three-piece white Italian knit ensemble. Her jacket was covered with white caviar beads and handed down the front and across the bottom with fringe created with the caviar beads. n e ttJRS. Murray Alman was in a %  w shocking pink silk costume ensemble, which was completed with a black mink-trimmed black peau de soie coat. Muted hunter green was worn by Mrs. Bert Rosenberg. The neckline of her modified shift was deeply banded with iridescent bugle beads. Ombred shades of brown predominated in Mrs. Harry Hershs -ilk jacket dies-. Warm brown peau de soie banded the collar of her jacket. Mrs Allied Harrow wore a white two-piece Italian knit. The buttons on her jacket were in cherry red with green foliage around each button. The cherry motif was carried through around the bottom of her jacket. Aqua silk was Mrs. MornWittniman's choice for the luncheon. Her sheath featured a Bavarian lace bodice which was deeply scooped. Mrs Munis Parker's white wool -nit featured a silk print in her bodice, and it \> .is repeated in the IIIIIIIL: of her jacket. Prepare For The Cold Days Ahead! Everyone's Raving about the BLUE FLAME ECONOMICAL PORTABLE POWERFUL • ODORLESS SMOKELESS HEAT. Costs only 1 V:c per hr. lo operate 16-25 Irs. 5QR95 ; 36 'JL DO '4 Heats to 3000 Cu. Ft. Buy on Lay-Away 1 locations To Serve You! 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Page 10-B +J(>wlst Her id/an Friday. January 17, 1964 Participants in the dedication of Col. David cus, JWV National Commander Daniel N. Marcus Post No. 746 of the Jewish War VetHeller, Post Patron Jack S. Popick and Post -Tans of the U.S.A. Sunday night included Commander Noah Schisel. Some 250 persons :eft to right) Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Israel Conattended the impressive ceremonies at B'nai ?ul General Zeev Z. Dover, Mrs. David MarRaphael Congregation.. David Marcus Post Dedicated At B'nai Raphael Col. David Marcus Post No. 746 I the Jewish War Veterans of the nited Slates was dedicated SunBy night at impressive ceremonCINEMA Wtthi niton Ave.et I3ASI MumlBuchi Shows Continuous from 1:30 LEON SCHACHTErVS YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS • IN PERSON • ROBERT BRYAN Singing Sensation DEL MIREE Famous nlernational Songstress BOBBY SHERMAN Outstanding Comedian Schechfer I Stein and many others in Comedy • ON SCRE=~ • "THt CfttAl VJALT7" Starring LU'SE RAIN = R Mnnnee fc.vc.nmgs 55c 7.25 FINE ARTS r::r: 21 tt at Collins • JI 2-2111 • 0.n Dally at 5:43 P.M. Slat* Itiawi at 7 is .? 5 X~X "WISH-AMERICAN ]C~X VAUDEVILLE ON staoi IN m ow HELD OVER BY REQUEST MICHELE ROSENBERG Belovad Jewiih Comedian & ARI-DANI ^X Israel i Wandering Minstrel ELEANOR LA FORGE Metropolitan Opera Star PLUS! SCREEN ATTRACTION! ies viewed by more than 250 persons at B'nai Raphael Congregation. The North Dade post is the only JWV unit in the United States named in honor of the late American hero of Israel's War of Independence. Taking part in the program, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick and Mechanics Uniform .Service, were Mrs. Emma Mar! cus. widow of the man best known as Mickey Marcus. Israel Consul General Zeev Z. Dover and the: rational commander of the JWV, Daniel N. Heller, of Niami Beach., Mrs. Marcus and Popick were presented with JWV patron pins by Heller and Post Commander Noah Schisel in recognition of their part in the renaming of the post. Schisel announced the post has grown in less than on* year from 13 members to more than 80, and launched a mem> bership goal of ISO. Flagler-Granada Carnival Slated Rick Shaw, local radio and television personality, will conduct a I disc jockey show and dance contest at the Flagler-Granada Jew: ish Center on Sunday. Shaw is the disc jockey for ; Radio Station WQAM and master I of ceremonies for Ch. 10s "Saturday Hop." Ferris wheel, whip and merry; go-round rides will be featured at | the carnival, as well as games and i a bazaar consisting of all new merchandise. Stuffed animal prizes will be awarded to game winners. The Carnival will be held from noon until dusk at the FlaglerGranada Jewish Center, 50 NW 1 51st PI. The public is invited. Dover and Heller lauded Mar CUR* key role in Israel's victory ii 1948, when the West Point grad uate led the forces which lifted the long siege of Jerusalem and then was killed in action only six hours before the first Israel Arab cease fire. Mrs. Marcus made a moving response to Ihe preservation to her of a plaque marking the tledi cation of the post, saying that the same feelings which led her hus band to volunteer for active duty in the U.S. Army before World War II prompted him to offer his services to the Haganah. "There just was no question about Mick cy's going." Mrs. Marcus said. Numerous county and city officials joined with almost all ot the top-level officers of the JWV Florida State Department in the program, which was concluded by a dance. Singing Star of Cinema Delmiree, exciting French Belgian singing star, will headline the all-new Yiddish-American vau deville show opening Friday at Leon Schacter's Cinema Theatre. Coming direct from Paris, Delmiree sings in .-even languages including Yiddish, Hebrew. Hal ian, French and Greek, as well as cantorial chants CAYH; 8LVCI. 14*1 lH f ASKING %  Open 6:45 >U PAKINQ Open 0:45 COLLINS AVE .. M*l MIAMI BCACH Open 1:45 ItKlfi Open 6:45 \ A MOTION | 1 PICTURE M _.; f CLASSIC I .. \ Toi A#ands %  ^ \ BulActiyi. M £\ \ Mfcdune W, Sidnt j>oitier> Jt Wme JSeld Hialeah Park Opens Friday Racing again is in store for turf fans as Hialeah Park opens its 40-day meeting Friday with a i.ine-race program featuring the $25,000 Royal Poinciana. a six-fur long handicap. The meeting, climaxed bv the $100,000 added Flamingo closing day. Tuesday, Mar. 3. is the rich" est in the track's historv and its overall purses of $2,319,781 have hired the nation's top stables and jockeys. S i x champions, representing mree con incuts, are among the host of equine stars due to compete in the 16 rich stage events, with the overall purse dirtribu, Hon including $650,000 for the added money sperials. Both the total purses and added money are Flo,-, ula records. Hialeah Art Z." WUj AVL • TEL 888 4313 1st Area Shewing Doors Open 12:45 SHELLEY PETER LEE WINTERS FALK GRANT DEE the I IKiIn mil 7-J UIT I I 5???' Ma *"" '""< %  and her Laf 2nd HIT Girls from the house of *• PMP.*.. lb* MMMI ML TIAI'I WILD GALS of the NAKED WEST! Real ADULTS* Menorah Ladies Luncheon Slated Temple Menorah Sisterhood Ulll I old ts annual -Stairwav „, the Mars' luncheon on Wednesday a "I the Dora! Beach Hotel A fash.on show by Wilma and %  ro ram "f entertainmenl w "' featured at the affair "a. Norman Harrow is chair I ;:' %  •'" "f.'hc day, and Mrs. Sam Belsky is Sisterhood president. Shore Auxiliary Marks 10th Year North Shore Ladies' Auxiliary. Normandy Isle. Jewish War Veterans of the I'nitDuring the evening, the Auxil* ed states, will celebrate u.Wth %  ,.., m 1 present to Mrs. Ben Habannivertary wttll a WrtnfJrj' par rm an, pas! national j.resiknt. a v un Wcdnei^ay evening at s-year n r a quarter entury rYMMngtoft sWtW £aurt '; ""' f ***• pWl fonl&HHr Vet-.ran Association. 71-. SI and erans Auxiliaries. <9* -4 \ 9f rt *ef tictitV fajf i &*#! The ultimate compliment to your guests—an invitation to have your function catered by Fontainebleau experts... with the finest cuisine, beverages and service worthy $/the world's most beautiful hotel. 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plcry. January 17, 1964 k i t fhrkliir Page H-S Man Behind Publication of Biblical Study Is Actually a Top Wall Street Financier tostm KHUUM orah Fund* leeting Theme h David Sisterhood will meet Hednesdty, 11:30 a.m.. at Spector !all. Theme of the January meeting "Tarah Fund." Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president, fctatcd '"this is the first time the Jewish TheoloRical Seminary is conducting a combined fund-raisig drive to include the buil.ling )f the Mathildc Schechter Rest]<>ncu Hall for Women with the Torah Fund. "Our support of this joint apIpeal will help guarantee the realfizatno of a long-awaited dream." Guest speaker will be Rabbi [Aliroham J. Karp. of Reth El Syn |agogue, Rochester. N.Y. Mrs. Seymour Friend is chairInian. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Max lllandshu, Mrs. Harold Berke and I Mrs. Nathan Speiuelman. Hypnotist to Perform TiUrcth Israel Sisterhood will hold its rejnsTar meeting on Thurst\ay v Jan. 23. in the Social Hall. ifc>0ft*o. Miami Ave H. Leslie ^nigj. h\pnotist. will perform. "Graphic History of the Jewish leritagc." one of the most interring booki on the Bible to come iff the presses in many years, vill be the subject of a discusiion on the "Lamp Unto My Feet" talional television program schedile for this Sunday, 10 a.m., over %  VTVJ Ch. 4. The book will be discussed durng the -Tree of Life" portion of he program ••ponsored regularly >y the Jewish Theological Semilary of America. Discussant will *e Dr. Sioney Hoenig, professor on the faculty of the Seminary, who translated Uic "Graphic History" from Hebrew into English. Editor of the work, a unique encyclopedic presentation with illustrations, charts, vignettes and tables, is P. Wollman-Tsamir. Publisher i> Shengold, 45 W. 45th St.. New York. Man behind the publication and distribution of tha work is a Naw York realtor and stockbroker, with offices on Wall Street. He is Joseph Schlang, who was influenced to take an imporant part in the production of the "Graphic History" by Lie Detector To be Exhibited A lie deter tor will be exhibited, and its us > and principles described at a meeting of Beth David Young Adults on Tuesday, 8:30 p.m.. in the social hall. Conducting the demonstration will be F.veret Kay ar.d Harold Lokas, owners an 5 operators of the American Lie Detection Services. Other plans of the organization call for an afternoon at the Miami SequariunT on Sunday, Jan. 26, leaving from Beth David at 1 p.m., and a Valentine dance with live music on Feb. 15. Herman Wcuk, the world re; nowr.ed novelist. "Wouk praised the book and its J educational value." Scnlang ex-, plained. "He js a long-time friend, | and I volunteered to assist him in raising the funds needed to. ;i>sure publication." During the past 33 years, Schlanj!, together with his brothers, has managed, controlled or owned some of Wall Street's most important buildings. In 13>5. he first proposed large scale housinu lor Wall Street as part of a gigantic"walk to work" plan that. Irter became known as "I'topia in Wall Street." Schlang is also a limited part ner in the New York Stock Exchange firm of Kalb, Voorhis & Co. What does he do in his "spare" time? He is on the National Council of the Metropolitan Opera Association of New York and last year became the first Patron of the Metropolitan in a new organization involving some 2.">0 persons who supply substantial Mims of money to help cover the annual deficits ot the Met. He is a founder of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, a Master Builder of Yeshiva University, and a founder of Technion Institute of Technology in Israel. He was a director and officer for 20 jears_ of the Synagogue Council of America" and the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of Amorka. Schlang helped finance another book. The Bible and Modern Medicine," and he is the author of "The Financial B-trict ot New York City 1940 a d 1955." Schlang's diverse talents a ; diverse interests are behind 'I Graphic History of the Jew. Heritage," i. book alrea:iy pc ing of great value both to sell ars and the casual layman alib Superb catering in a luxurious new setting Miami's newest, most beautiful accommodations for weddings, club luncheons, banquets, bar mitzvahs, card parties, confirmations, receptions.etc.Parkingon premises. For groups from 15 to 1500... superb cuisine ...fine wines, experienced personalized attention. Call Joseph Meyers, Catering Manager, 379-8861. OUPONT PLAZA HOTEL MIAMI an affair? Social tea for 20 or in intimate party for 2,000... Start at the TOP-The New Everglades Hotel. Miami's MOST delectable food, MOST impeccably served in surroundings MOST delightful I Expensive? Never! (You couldn't do it for less!) Call FR9-5461 — Catering Offict-lor details SOON. 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• Page 12-B *Jwisti tkrH/rtr Friday. January 17. 1964H> ~Z, — l ZT • UI:II r rhair Foods and Hotels Unit Blank. Kenin Will wo-una %  r r|J*" Sec Bakers su PP iy. is chairman 0 h Leadership for one of the most cha.rman ol the ^^ Rakers ^^ .mportant Trade Divisions in the t.on. Jacob bk.ar. annual Combined Jewish Appeal caiiipaisn. th'e Food and Hotel Di F 101/ KtNIH IH1IHG COWAN Hotel Group Names Chairman Lou Kenin, president of the Al] the Hotel Group of the 1964 Comgicrs Hotel, and Irving Cowan, bined Jewish Appeal, it was anpresident of the Diplomat Hotel, nounced by Dr. Irving Lehrman, will serve as chairman and asso1964 CJA chairman, date chairman, respectively, of. Honorary chairmen ot the Hotel Group will be former division chairmen and long time leaders of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation Joseph M. Rose, of the Royal Palm Hotel, and Judge Joseph X. Xorris, of the St. Moritz Hotel. "We are extremely pleased to join Rabbi Lehrman in the one annual campaign for 57 agencies serving our Greater Miami community and Jewish people in Israel and throughout the world," the newly appointed chairmen said. •Federation and its local agen-, cies are important to the welfare, of our community, of our families and of the employees and guests | of our hotels. "We welcome the opportunity to share in this philanthropic; drive sponsored by our Jew ish community, which is second only to the United Fund." jmnr BIANK SECRETARY FOR TEMPLE EXPERIENCED IN BOOKKEEPING TYPING MIMEOGRAPHING WRITE, MR. D. T., BOX 2973 MIAMI, FLA., 33101 I EXPERIENCED FUND RAISER WANTED i Leading communal organi! zation has opening for man J or woman with community i organization experience. Write S. W., Box 2973 Miami, Flo., 3310Tifereth Jacob Synagogue Youth Schedule at Temple Tilereth Jacob includes a meeting of United Synagogue Youth on Sunday, 7 p.m.. in the social hall. On Monday evening the Sister-i hood will hold a board meeting at 8 p.m.. with the general meet-; ing slated lor the same hour on Wednesday. Following early services on Friday. Jan. 24, the Sisterhood will -ponsor its annual Sabbath din-j rer beginning at 7 p.m. Mrs. Mildred Wascowitz is in charge of ; reservations. vision, which covers hotels, motels, food stores, distributors and restaurants in every area of Dade County, has been announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. ISM CJA chairman. Jerry Blank, of National Brands, and Lou Kenin. president of the. Algiers Hotel, will serve as cochairmen ol the group and be assisted hy Harry Susskind. ot United Purveyors, Inc., serving a> associate chairman. "Last year our luncheon, hosted by Bernard Stevens and me, was memorable for the appearance of Arnold Forster, of the Anti-Defamation League, and resulted in record support for CJA by our industry," Blank declared. "I am confident that we will do even better this year, thanks to those who have volunteered their leadership." Blank announced that Jack Stein, of Thrifty Super Market, will serve as chairman of the Food Group, assisted by Bernard Hausman. of Food Fair Stores, as cochairman. Joseph Cohen will serve as vice chairman ot the group. Ed Dokson, of United Purveyors, will again serve as chairman of the Produce Croup In the Food Group. Robert Feldman, Of Dade County Dairies, will serve as chairman of the Dairy Pro ducts Section, and II. James Cat lin, of Quesenberry & Catlin, and Edgar Boncy will serve as oo chairmen ol the Food Brokers Section. Ernest E. Harris. Red Road Food Market, will be chairman ot the Supermarkets and Grocers Section, and Herbert Paige, Pepsi Cola Corporation, will serve .iCO Shomrim Elects Blank President Shomrim of Florida, an organi zation of retired Jewish police men. held its monthlj meeting and annual installation of officers at the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wed nesday. Guest speaker and installing officer was Miami Beach Police Chief Rock) Pomerance. Outgo ing President Abe Levy presided. New officers installed were Herbert J. Blank, president; Saul C. Metz, vice president; Isadore Margolis, secretary; David Kozlin. treasurer; and Thebsy Feltenstein, sergeant-at-arms. Jack Garfield and Dan Harris also began three-year terms on the Board of Governors. MEET HAROLD A. ATTORNEY CIVIC LEADER President, Civic Committee for Interama; Member, Gov t. Research Council; President. Temple Sinai of North Dad*. "I BELIEVE: Dade County Needs New Industry and More Payrolls. 'That Dade County is ONE ECONOMIC UNIT which can only be Fully Developed if if is RID OF POLITICAL SECTIONALISM." Harold A. Greene. f.l %  \.!v. FOR dIGNITY AND ACTION Pull Lever 11A For Harold A. 1 %  .--. %  •• District?! County Commission PULL LEVER 27A "A PRODUCT OF THE AMERICAN WAY" ELECT GEORGE 2§ MILHET METRO COMMISSION DISTRICT 6 IM i Ailv %  -""' %  <> FREE ROOM & BOARD FOX MATURE WOMAN in exchange for companionship and some help with my invalid husband. UN 6-1824 MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTED GOOD COOK LIVE IN Ph. UN 6-9727 WANTED ROOM FOR MIDDLE-AGED MAN Clean Habits. Permanent. Reference Furnished. Phone 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., 532-7011 NURSE-COMPANION to live In with elderly lady. Nice Miami Beach apt. Sufficient compensation for the right and kind person who must speak also German. CALL 9 to 6 UN 6-6427 SASS0 VOL'R COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT I PULL LEVER 13A A PROVEN RECORD OF 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT • Interama in '64. • More Jobs! Better Paycheck • Expansion of Dade Jr. College end iTi Stems** D ode c un '> "• Senior CitUm Wrbwjjj, and Retraining Centers THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION 0 I, A i Iv...



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Friday. January 17, 1964 fJewlsti ffcrietiar) Page 13-B MB I Katzen Heads Masonic Temple worshipful master, presiding as installing officer. HOWARD KATZEN Howard M. Katzen was installed Saturday as worshipful master ot Hibiscus Lodge 275, Order of the Masons, in ceremonies held at Past masters were presented by the Hibiscus Masonic Temple, 955 E Albert I'allot. founding master Alton R. ut the Miami Beach Lodge in 1948. Katzen is the youngest officer' i,nd I)r Irving Lehrman, spiritual to step up to the top Masonic post, lcafflpi Temple Kmanu-KI. offercapping seven years of member ed ,tlc henediction. ship. He is a University of Miami Walter S. Falk, a past master f'radiiate, with a Bachelor's dcree '" 1959. niade a presentation of in Business Administration. He \ serv 'ice awards, and Jerome S. became associated with Norton Mer,in Presided as grand marshal Tire Company in 1953, and cur (llir n ,,H installation procerently serves as vice president. Participating in the colorful program, attended by 400 persons, were Moie J. L. Tendrich, who delivered the welcome; Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard; and Norton S. Pallot, a former dures. Katzen, his wife, Barbara, an,1 : Greenberg Branch Cultural Program Kennel Club Will Launch Action Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg Branch will hold its annual cultural program on Thursday evening. Jan. 23, at the Farbaiul Cul .„ ,. lural Center. 842 Washington Ave, Action will return to the Miami Schooling sessions are scheduled, Dr Simon Wilensky president Beach Kennel Club Tuesday night nightly except Sunday. Jan. 21 sa id that I)r Nathaniel Soroff' hen lights go on for official through 29. starting at 6:30. The consultant to the Bureau of Jewschoolings in preparation tor open-1 schedule calls for some 40 races ish Education, will bo chairman ng ot the track's 36th season on per night, run off in rapid succes „i \\ xv evening their three children, Lynn Beth, Bruce Alan, and David Edward, live at 6320 SW 62nd Ter. The committee in charge of the installation included Bernard Rosenblatt, chairman. Nathaniel G Kirsch and Ben Lipson. Reception ( %  mmTtt ee_ consisted of Morris VMfH'lu'J'l',"" chairman. BWjaTiiTIi Marquit. Milton Lyons. Jerry Berman, Ben Myckon. Jack Gochman. Philip Katzen, Harris Wasserman. Robert Geringer and Joseph Bcr man. Arrangements Committee was headed by Emanucl Lorber. and included Seymour Friend. Louis Auerbach, Milton Hurwitz, Jerry Bernian, Harris Wasserman and: Morris Grumer. i Standard bearers who took part : in the flag ceremony were Ben' Myckon. David A. Wasserman, | and Saul Weinstein. James H. Norton was in charge! of the Publicity Committee. C. nt Air-Cond. Ind Cont. vVJ(>Vf^RW'"'-" ME £_<^^^ M0T€l ABE On Tht> Ocean ot 20th Street Priv*t Beach & Pool — Cabanas Ocaan Front & Ocean View Rooms KOSHER r~\ MEALS INCLUDED *\J per day •?Jk per pers. \J dbl. oee. lllliil Jan. 4 • 20 mm 10 Of 105 Rooms •^ Single Occ. $13 Religious Other Rates available. Serv. Daily Salt, Sugar, Fat-free full Tim* Diets. No Extra Chge. Mashgiach for Steaks.Roasti on Premises *\ Chops. FREE: 21" TV, Radio each Rm. Self-Parking adjoins hotel. Chaise Lounges A Mats. Orange Juice Daily. Entertainment Nightly. Many other features. •b. l Psychiatrist to Speak Parents Without Partners, Miami Beach Chapter, will hold their meeting at the Bel Aire on Tuesday .it B p.m. Dr. living Breakstone, p-ychiatrist. on the greyhounds before the acII bi featured speaker. tu.il race meet starts." sion—one right after the other. "These are full-Hedged dress rehearsals, with entries wearing post position blankets as in regular races.' said General Manager Bill Gardner, "Gates will be open .ind admission free to all who wish t" come out and get a line Featured will be Cantor Mirsh Adler, ot Temple Emanu HI Guest speaker will be Itzhak FenIger, of the AJiyah Department of the Jewish Agency. PROMENADE HOTEL PUBLIC INVITED FULL COURSE DINNERS from $1.95 2469 COLLINS AVE. Miss Kitty, your Hostess at the PROMENADE DtNING ROOM invites you to a BUFFET LUNCHEON served daily from 12.00 noon to 2:00 P.M. ADULTS 99c • CHILDREN 49c SOIVtD S P.M. TO 8 P.M. Poet Speaks Here Hannah Kahn. Miami poet and iournali-t. discussed poetry at Barry College on Wednesday even ing. 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"oge 14-B 9-Jewislhfk>iridiar]_ k £j a *' A student a, the Beth Moshe P^s football His hobb, .scornHebrew School, the celebrant atcollecting. ten.!s Westview Junior High Following the service. Mi and MrSager v. ill be hosts at a M Pioneer Women Plan Local Events Here; Jewish Agency Official to be Visitor Friday. January 17, 1964 or Abramowitz will officiate. The celebrant was a student of the Temples Religious School and £ i, in the eighth grade at Nautilus Junior High, where he is a membet of the Science Club and ReM i ,e Band. His hobbies are scuba diving, swimming and boating. Dinner reception Steven's honor will be held at Temple Menorah on Saturday evening. Jonathan Davidwn Services Saturday morning, Jan. IS at the Israelite Center, conducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky, will include the Bar Mitzvah of Jonathan Davidson. A student at the Center's Religious School, the celebrant is in the sixth grade at Shenandoah Junior High, where he is in the Drama Department. Mrs (lertrude Davidson will honor her son at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday night Mid at the Kiddush on Saturday following the ceremony. FCNIGCR 3abbi Abraham I. Sofia, Raav Hamachsher of the United %  Cashru'.h Association, shows the 1964 green sign to the officers of the UKA. Signs will be displayed in all kosher butcher shops which are under the UKA's supervision as a safeguard :or the public. Left to right are Joe Wilensky. vice president of the UKA; Herman Dale, secretary; Norman Kaplan, president; and Rabbi Safra. Itzhak Feniger, representative ol the Jewish Agency Aliyah Division, will visit Miami from Jan. 22 to 28. setting up an informa tion center lor the Jewish Agency at the ZOA offices. 1370 Washington Ave. Feniger will meet with students intending to study at universifies. colleges and yeshi vol in Israel: young people interested in the Kibbutz Ulpan, which is a ix-month Hebrew studies and work program; people interested in taking a Hebrew course at a residential lip in, with room and board; and people interested in spending a limited period in Israel working in their particular field. Feniger will also be meeting with potential middle class set, tiers, investors for large or small enterprises, skilled workers and professionals, and retired people. Feniger has been an active leader in the Zionist youth movement, went to Palestine in 1931 and became one of the founders el Kibbutz Givat Chaim. He has been a delegate to a number ol Zionist Congresses In charge of appointments with Feniger is Mrs. Milton Green, president of Greater Mian-,; Coun nl oi Pioneer Women. Mi s. Dora Offenhenden, presi dent of Beba Idelson Chapter, announces a luncheon card party with entertainment in horn Vice President Esther Weinsl i The special event, sponsor* b} Mrs. Rae Weistarg, will be held on Monday, 12:30 p.m. at the Bel Aire Hotel. Proceeds of this affair will go to the Child Rescue Fund in 1rael. Pioneer Women's youngest chap tor. Aviva ciob, will hold its reg ular month!) card party and lunch eon on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m at its regular meeting place. First Federal Savings and Loan Association Friendship Room 900 XF. 125th St. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau heads the chapter. 1x Clob Two, Mrs. Ida Liftman, president, is having a regular meeting en Monday. 8 p m.. in the Farband Center, 842 Washington Ave. s. E. Berkenblit will give a review on "Jewish Cultural Movement in the I9th Century Members and friends are invited Mis [saac Pushkin, president ol Gclda Meir Club, announcethe next re ulai meeting on Wednesday, l pin Meeting place is Washington Ave. Mrs, Mary Kleiman, Jewish National Fund chairman, will be in Ihe evening, which is dedicated to an earl) celebi I ol ru B Sh< vat. Z Kogan, ol the JN will speak on the significai Tu B'Shcval rhere will musical pro pram „ d %  n freshments. Mrs. Belt) Hei • %  i %  "•.!'!•, ,i %  i Sorofl ico chasi i the evening, 'Choi Reception' Leaders Happy Over Response Sam Feinstein. president Of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee, this week said he was .ratiln d at the response to the ihai reception and dinner announced here for Jan. 28 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Feinstein was joined by Jacob Rifkin, chairman of the evening, u. urging Greater Miamiane to ttend tinfunction. Honored will be Moshe Berman, executive director of Histadrut here and the Business •rid Professional Council for Kupat Holim. H.rman will be cited "for 18 years of dedicated service and a lifetime of extraordinary devotion to the ideals of Israel's pioneer builders, Histadrut "We are proud to honor Mr. nan." Feinstein and Rifkin J-* ile,hired He DM mven so much ol his energies and talent to the ideals ol Israel Histadrut since Ins arrival here seven years ago.'* Feirstein noted that "before he came to Miami, there was virtually no Histadrut campaign locally." Ar.d Rifkin credited German with "single-handedly orqaniiirg the Kupat Hofim Council." The Jan. L'8 function, in the lorm ol :i Tu B'Shev&t celebration, will also cite Herman for his leadi rship in launching the i ampaign for the Greater Miami "Vieuical Center now being erected m Beer-heba, Israel. GALA CRUISES ABOARD THE AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA NASSAU TO 3-DAY Cruises FR:V$59 4-DAY Cruises t, AU OUTSIDE. 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Friday. January 17, 1964 vJenisli Ftrridifon Paqe lSo Aaron Weirlcle Passes Away. 59 : FROST, lira. Bmlier, 85, of 5730 N 3rd Si. Nivii if iii New ^ 01 RiVi-rslde Services for businessman Aaron Division of the Combined Jewish G "" Nf ^ L A:. A; '''s.','i l i. : '.'-'"',.,"' x Weiokle, who died Jan. 11 at the Appeal. '*••• '" %  :ultiji. KOSLOFF. Louie, 7S, of 1027 IV; ft>i\iinln Ave. Services HI .\ Tors? IlLutberg, • f 1200 I bjeol 59. were held Jan 13 in' Surviving, .are his wife, Rose: (.crfTon Funeral Home, with interthrec s6'ns, Roy, Alan' anil Garv; inert in Mt. Ncbo Cemetcrv. a daughter, Lynne; five brothers, ^"ACC". ^sbcr"' A partner in Weinkle Liquor Moses, Carl and Dr. I. Newton, of COHEN. isador, 76, ol J.1S5 i: Tri Stores. Weinkle and his brother, Miami Beach, Leo, of Asheville, Carl, were 10-foimders and partN.C., Jack, of Hendersonville, ners in Carls Markets until it N.C.; and a sister. Mrs. Leah was sold t,i Food Fair lo years Chaikin. of Miami Beach. ago. Weinkle came here from Atlan ta 33 years ago, and lived at 4200 Toledo St. An Army food spec ialist in World War II. he was ;: member ol the American Legion and VFW. composer and teacher, died Jan. SILVEHSTEIN. .low-ph no of He served on the Beth David;' A Universi,v of Miami ">•" boa of i'i-.. •mil Jan. 10. Itlverali CLOSTON. Clinton obla, 74, of II M-: is;l d s ., dli i| Jan. 9. s vices in Jackson! i • I -. Rlvi LEBOVITZ, Max, 77, ni 1321 Bui A VI i I .ir ItOCKaWH.! N < .Ian. :•. Service* In New v.. R v r-nl, RFSNICK. Mm Jenny, 77, of : 15 I \\ • -.. died Jan. i". Kei in Xi iv V'I rk. Ill* erslde. BFRNSTEIN. .Mr.-. Sarah, 82, 271 S\V :.ml A-.-. Cordon. Dr. Joel Belov. .0, violinist, CROSS. Harry, 74, of IVnnt \.mi A v. R Dr. Joel Belov, 70 Noted Musician ii aid for 20 years, was a member ,ealhcr since 193S Dr Belov servMITH. Mrs Mollle, : %  ,. „| ... v the Greater Miami Jewish Fed* concertmaster of the UM \!^\^ *"' Broom. eration and served in the Food s vm P no ">' and assistant to UNKELESS. Mrs. I ,.,. ... of 2 conductor Arnold Volpe lor 11 I', 1 ;,,"""-.",.''.. \ %  '• %  '•'•"• Hill-. N V. Riverside. years. WEINER. M !" tviia, si. oi A native of Russia. Dr. Belov \!iZ' s^,„^' v i ~ '"""' attended the Imperial Conserva-. M !,^*NOES. Isidore, ::. ,.i :M, .-. e „, ., -, -.lil St., (Ilwl .(;ii:. :i, S^r\li_".a tory of Ekatermoslav and the Roy Brooklyn, Riverside. /illiam Mechanic (seated) hands over his personal check on behalf of the annual dinner of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch cheduled for Jan. 26 at the Deauville Hotel. Looking on are liami Beach Councilman Hyman Galbut and Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon, this week named chairmen of the dinner. Gordon to Chair Cu,ler Named to Committee lerkos Dinner Arbor Day Fete al Conservatory in Austria. After AL V K ,. N ,Vr "•",' 8 y If•„*' On Sunday, at 10 a.m., the boys coming to the United States in III'..i. s. "man! 15 '" "' *"" and girls of both the Sunday and 1909. he attended the Pcabodv ^m? !" *,* 1 M J": M "' !y ', 7,' Ai* daily Hebrew Schools will partici-. Conservatory. Riverside/ 1 v, b U Jok : pate in a tree-planting and landSHEFF. Mm. I.lxxle, S, or H7i Mi Belore arriving in Miami. Dr neiiie IT. Newmai scape project at the new Temple D all „ h ... th „ CurU Inat SPIVACK. itmil... ,n. ,., w. Beth Shirah a, 7500 SW ,20th St ,Tl.1Xjtf %  £?£ *£ $5**."" To K'XV '" %  ? %  N w Y rk Philharmonic SvmW ^^TRAU ?;, "xl'lv,'.'-,,'' "'" ; TU B She at saplings, flowers h orchestra and the Phila•**KSAMSR* 'RUTRH ,-. lere Jan. 26 M< tro Commissioner Alex Gor has been named chairman of [bcal Merkos L'Inyonei Chinch dinner scheduled for Jan. 26 the Deauville Hotel. po-chairman of the function will Louis Merwitzer. president of Hebrew Academy of Greater pa in i. Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch is the ntral organization for Jewish .nation of the Luhavitcher |vcment. Rabbi Abraham Korf. Miami Beach, is regional ditor. [Harry Rosenberg, recently • meri chairman of the Ar|r.gements Committee, said that Ore than 500 persons are ex|cted to attend the annual fiction. Proceeds are for the bre than ISO day schools in ^rocco and Israel sponsored the movement. lests of honor at the dinner |>e Mr. and Mrs. Isidor KramOf Miami Reach, active SUDD'S of the Merkos and the ntcher movement. A. Budd Cutler, local leader, has been named to the 1964 Biennial Convention Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, it as announced by Solomit Litt. New York, JWB president. The JWB convention will be held from Apr. 15 to 19 at the Statler Hilton Hotel. Boston, Mass Mrs Robert M. Klein. New York, is chairman of the JWB Biennial Convention Committee. and sod Will be planted, with each class having :i section lor decoration. Three memorial areas will phony delphia Orchestra. He lived v ith his wife, Mollie, U • l Ave died .Ian. sIn ChlciR... Rivendde. ~ r 1 .1 R5, of 1 ISO N s, i\ ; i-, > in Hvi Hilton, i l-i : \ '. Abraham, 82, of 1013 i •k Dr. Service in N %  %  .i i -i'l,-. --RUSS. Mm i ....i. SJ, 1.1 .;;i |;,|. \v, \: ,M,I, Mom Sisterhood i William Dickson, president Florida Branch of the NaWomen'8 League, United lo-'uc (if America, was to disVLeague and Sisterhood"' at Icting Thursday of the Or Sisterhoo I, with a question II-.. cisession following. >n'ilma. %  fgnified, beautiful and %  verently cared for prroundings for our Jrted loved ones aro [source of very real ^toaili niCnrsivi IEWISH f i-.'tii"y 2 '(wr///?/ IMUI II 'V M0 1-7693 Beach Lodge Israel Night Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai B'rith will hold its annual meet ing devoted to the State of Israel Wednesday night. 8 p.m., at the Algiers Hotel. President Samuel Weiner announced. Southern premiere of a new film. "This is Israel," produced for the Israel Government Tourist Office, will be included on the program, which i> open to the public. Gerald Schwartz, president elect of the lodge, will moderate a panel discussion on "Israel—1964." Arthur Rosichan. executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Capt. Leo Gardner. Southea-tern regional manager of El Al I.-rael Air Lines; Leo Rutstein, regional director of the American Tcchnion Society; and Mrs Kilyth Ociger. executive seciclary of the South Florida Division Of Ih-,' American Friends of the Hebrew University, comprise the panel. Perimiitter Will Speak at Sholom Nathan lYrlmrttcr. executive director, Florida Regional Office ol the Anti Defamation League of B'rai B'rith, who recently return ed trom Germany, ".ill speak'at the monthly brunch of the Brotherhood mi Sunday morning, Jan. 26. according to an announcement by Dr Harry E Hoik, president. A guest of the German Government, Perlmutter lived with German families during the six weeks he spent studying the rise of democracy there. His talk will be entitled "The New Germany." The brunch will take place in the Temple Auditorium. 4144 Chase Ave., at 10:30 a.m., and is open lo the public. The Brotherhood of Belli Sholom supports the youth activities ol the Temple. Parents Without Partners r. r-nis Without Partners, Ml ami Beach Chapter, will hold a social on Saturdaj al the Casa blanca Hotel al 8:.10 p.Ill Cock tails, dancing and a show will be featured. honor the memories of Mrs. Anna i ; '' 5849 sn liuh st and is slirvlv Mailer, mother of Bernard and :cd a,so b >' two daughter... Evelyn Shirley Friedland, and Norman i and Mrs Ru,h Gross a broth.-r David Jacobs, husband of ADM and two sisters. Jacobs and father of Irene Baros. Services were held Jan. :i in charter members of the Temple. Riverside Memorial Chapel. DougDirecting the planting ceremon'as Rd. ies will be Milton Malter, Morris Wasserlauf, Sgt. Joe RosenblattHgjpft "SK!"^„' 4 ?t "' litftaK and Martin Samuels. Rabbi MorOUSHMAN, Mrs. Ann,, M. ..r ISI IHVBRSIFIKI) ITI-.I.H\ TU-NS ns A. Skop will explain the %  J,"^; ttTai Antuia Ave. ing of the Jewish Arbor Dav fes nord..n. tival. Cantor Herman K. Gott %  *"H *. Vl{l A v lieb will present the Junior Choir SELZNICK^ M.S.,V..I,. ;;, 0 f 3181 in a program of Tu B'Shevat mcloGUDOV'TZ? <:,],'' ; -' of I!M ocean (Jj C S IT., ill %  .Inn. 12, Service* In r-u'Trees will also be plantedj BINDER, dllhrrtj *3, -r isso Wei Ai. nii'1 Richmond. Va ilii-il Jan 1L' Hervioeii in Itlchlliond. Ki\t PCAL NCTICF NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW N'OTK'K IS IlKKRtlY IJIVKN II iii'M'! >iu:n I. desiring i.< eiiffase I.H-under Ihe li.-iii n-uname I0W Bl'th Street, Hay Hnrhor Islam Miami 33154, Kin Intends tn regisl said name with the Clerk o( the I SAM IIOLDMAN MAI'RH'K KOSK r.irlin i s 1 1T-2I-31--J through the Jewish National Fund in the State of Israel in honor of parents and loved ones. Weinstein Heads Unit for Home NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW XOTK'K IS HRRKUT 11. ROOKIJS linAMServices in Uoston. s.\M,>KI' IIU-.I.H Newman. .\torne> for Owner WOLKOWITZ. Joa>|>h, M. of :::"' %  '•: Klajlcr Federal l'.l.lv. Hardinc Ave. Services in Xew Miami .... Florida Miami Beach Constable Leonard | v oll< Ru-ersld Weinstein has accepted the ternROSENTHAL. Ahiahnm, of MIX r ., Collins Ave. Services In lletl-olt. LEGAL NOTICI porary presidency of the newlyRiverside, formed Men's Club of the Jewish, Convalescent Home of South Florida. Home president. Mrs. Joseph NOTICE UNDER P VoUor innniinni.fl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW E. Keiser. announced. NOT „.,. : s H i;i:i.r.v tHVKN that Mrs. Keiscr said Weinstein the undersigned, deslrlmr to eroraai In would head the men's group until! MIAMTIUAK 1 KK.-'iNisViiv:''''';''i^ regular elections are held during the year. Weinstein, a native Floridian and graduate of Harvard College and University of Miami Law School, will work closely with Home executive director Sid Sicgel and other Home leaders. N.I-;, l-i St., Miami intends i" register snid na in Ih the i !lerk f lh< I Clri-ull < ".-HI t uf l'.nilCounty, Florida. iSi 'AH SAIIZ' • l 17-21-31, : NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME uAW M-Tiri: IS HKRKI1Y iTTt i:.V tl • •ii i. r-iuin .I. desiring in -IIKILBI. business under Hie fictitious name rxiTKJi SINHKY srrri.v at ••; .-ni-ihwi -t '.'tii Terrace, Miami, H ;I314I, Intends to register said nan with iii>Clerk of (hi Circuit Co i.r i Mil,County, Florida. AI.KKKT Al.l.i:.N (JADOL l iT-L'i-:;i--: : NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 542 r \l MIRO PI; I .A TOHRR. i miff, The men's group will play an important role in the home's fund...... .*?{•„ T ,upraising activities, procurement of tVfendant! new medical enuipment and pro, SUIT FOR DIVORCE L • i i j |i i; .liiiiim d \..n mave have iigain-c lh< I'Stati "I Mi'KIMS R. l:l!II.I.IA>." iii i .. -. ,| late "i I %  !•> % %  Count}. Pli ,. i i hi i 'ounty .1 idgx >f I Nn a i my, .,ii.i :i iii. same In dup %  -ate and nn provided in Section 783.1 in tin Ir offices In ilu i ,,.-:' -. i'.. i i Imusi i i >ael, %  'on I lorlda, Ihln six call months. i'"-ni the time i r tin h:is ii i n filed against sou, IIIIIIIICH i %  n jietvnf, or tli, same inb.irrid. %  i • M ,i I : i, this i -i .,.,> of Jan mi... A.l) li i .1 I:\.\II; It. BRILLIANT v i-;\. i imi\ I'll -! pull.. .. nil ••! till '< %  %  Il • f January, ISMil. Vou, Jiiana de la T"i n ai • i rebj Hill nf I" pluilll ini of Dade County. Mrs. Keiser said. Weinstein is active in numerous civic groups, including the Sun••> %  i >•• •' • required to -.. • .i cops ,. ... „ ..... .„ of your Answer i-r I'leaillng o> 'in shine State Senior Cilizens Hub. [m |' ,. ,i,. plaintiff's Elks, Masons, Harvard Club ol Utoincy. Manuel } ... Itiilldlng, M .mi., h-orlda 33130. and Miami, American Legion and the ,,,, ,,„. ,„, ulll .,i viwwer or I'leadlns Jewish War Veterans. In tin i.ffioi ol the Clnk ol th. Clrih. iTth daj of Januai cull Court "ii before the l--.li day MILTM.N A. ll.ll-n of K.hiiiHiy, IV6I II vou : ill i" .1" }' %  %  ^" so, iudgn .in by defaull '• ~ : • ''' \ BKalnsl you for Ihi rellel demai 'l I.--I-•. Bill of Conipla I'liiuntil • -II. i nnnllshi 'I "ii. •• each >.i-k tor foui consecutlvi week* in nil-: ii:\\ ISM KI.oltlDIAX. i i I.VI-: AN i • i uti ii :I;I.I > i M imi l i itla, ihiloth da} "i Ja i A 1 1. IMI, i: ii i.i'A IIII:I:.M IN, Clerk, "ii> mi Court, l '.iii>* 'ouni y, Kl' l-i.ll U) K. Al I.VMAN 11, nin\ i 'lei M VNI'KI. S5AI V'" \ ii. i lulldlng Ml mi Florida Jl 10 Al i"i ne} fin 1'lalntlff I 17-21-31, -' T NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NMTIl'K IS HKRK11Y illVKN thai "<>' •' %  Statutes, In t li< i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLOR DA. IN PROBATE No. 65336-A In RK i:-i He -I i IN "V ': i il'SSIE Mel 'ORMV K I --.-.i NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i:. -ii.. i iin.l All I'i i sons 11.iv inn Claims or i n .nulAga hist Said Kslati \-<.t .ni hereby notified and teii i -i -.ii' an> claims and o in:.mi Li. ,-nu in.i> %  HI v %  igainst ..i OBNIKVK HI SSII? ii; Ml i-; il. ,:i., il luti ol I' i '..11111 y, I II Ida. i" the 'mint > .lu.U • I'ininl.i and fill i hi sai in duiilli i' and as pro! Idi il In Si LtONARD wimsniN busini -iimli i ihi flctltioui n I '. 'Tl IRS i 'I "I'll' \ I. i| liRll .\\ • %  •', M %  'ni i* .i Intend i" rea• %  'out i Jl iHN I' M. KK.VN \. M D H Ul. \KK II.IT.M \N. M II K II r'KRDIK \ %  %  %  ,nls me Road Coral (iabli i. HI. I iS-261S 1 3-10-17-21 .i i i %  ... I III! IIIH. -. i.r ill,•-, bai i Ml 111 lloi daj • • v I' i'">i .'I. \ I I iK M n \ RN l'.~ \ of ih.Kstate of • %  i M* I >K •! it \ I:\I:S Ml..%  %  H. .1 dil Miami, 32, Kloi 1 17-21-31-2 ;



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Page 18-B %W#f0 fkrinfi'^jn Friday, January 17. 1964 riiimin DC — 1— 1 — — %  — 1 1 1 — — — %  UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN rmr %¡ mc PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, JANUARY 19th Food Fair Koihw M.oi SIOCM or* Pledged lo Crv. ffw fyt Quoi*v ol ih lffw> • • to,' 1 1 0, You **o>r Boo\ / w meat and poultry MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR ADDED EXTRA BONUS FOR YOUR CHOICE OF OVER 2000 USEFUL TOP QUALITY GIFTS — &f QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED YOU CAN BE SURE YOU ARE GIVING YOUR FAMILY THE FINEST MEATS & POULTRY WHEN YOU SHOP FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS. MIAM! BEACH MiAMi— j CHUCK STEAK SPONSORS or TMI TORAH HOUR' Each Sunday Noon WEDR FM Rabbi T.bor H. Stom SWISS or SHOULDER STEAK 98 c ib. THE FINEST FRESH KILLED SPRINGERS, ROASTERS or BROILERS KOSHER CHICKEN 39 c Ib. .> FRESH KOSHER MADE CHICKEN QTRS. 55 CHICKEN BREAST QUARTERS 53 c Ib. CHICKEN LEG QUARTERS c Ib. CLUB STEAK NEW YGRK STRIP 1 39 LB. FREEZER SPECIAL! 30-36 Ib. AVERAGE CHOICE OR PRIME RIBS %  BEEF BONELESS WHOLE BREASTBEEF __ CUT & WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE c Ib. 69 83il LEAN 29 MAYFAIR CREAMED COTTAGE CHEESE ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT 965 WAS H I NGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH FRESH KOSHER MADE GROUND BEEF 2 lbs. f| O c FOR ^#£D i 1 1 I I =H 12-oz. CUP 19 >' VVHITEFISH FRESH CAUGHT CHICKEN CARP FLOUNDER FILLET HALIBUT STEAKS (NO WASTE) FRESH SLICED FRESH CUT GENUINE FRESHLY SLICED 59 79 59 c lb. c Ib. 1% OIB AFPETIZEH IIKPT. FRESHLY SMOKED %  -m WHITEFISH 79 79 Ib. FORMOST SKINLESS FRANKS KOSHER I J | b AMERICAN KOSHER MIDGET EA !" SALAMI 49 s JOY SEE KOSHER MAYFAIR I CREAM ] CHEESE 20 CHOW MEIN NOODLES DIET THIN OR PLAIN STRIETS OR MANISCHEWITZ MATZO LIBBY'S RED SALMON MOLLY PITCHER HALVES FREESTON E PEACHES 3' 2-OZ. PKG. 12-OZ. PKG. 734-OZ. CAN 29-OZ. CAN 10 25 59 25 C FRESH HOME GROWN POLE BEANS P „ LE 14 c Ib. 10-OZ. PITTED 12-OZ. PLAIN OQC CELLO %  PKG. CRISP HOME GROWN "r HOME GROWN ^ SPINACH 14 j "" m 1 WHITE FIGS IMPORTED IQC 16-OZ. **~ PKG. 33 1 1 01! K ** %  POI A-t*.


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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
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January 17, 1964

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Full Text
"tjewish Ftoridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 3
Miami. Florida. Friday. January 17, 1964
Two Sections Price 2C f
Soviet Warns Arabs Against Bloody Campaign Over Jordan
By JTA Direct Teletype Wire
JERUSALEMIsrael was encouraged Tuesdaj i>> i
broadcast in Arabic from Moscow cautioning the Arab
eadcrs against turning the dispute over Israel's Jordan
Rivor irrigation project into a bloody campaign.
The Soviet caution strengthened the belief here that
i firm -.Wind by the major poweis, coupled with Israel's
renl power and the divisions within the Arab camp.
was certain to prevent the 13 Arab rulers at the current
Cairo "summit conference" from embarking on a military
adventure in their opposition to the irrigation develop-
ment project.
Official Israeli quarters here have so far refrained
from commenting on proceedings at the Cairo summit
meeting on grounds it was "too early" for such reaction.
It was stressed here, however, thai the opening state
ments made Monday by Arab leaders at the parley I
lered little from those of the past and that they were as
venomous as ever, hardly creating an atmosphere [or
moderation.
Despite the encouraging prospects, Haaretz, the in-
dependent daily newspaper, said there was no room lor
complacency and for excluding even the extreme threat
"f an attack on Israel if not in open war then by a ter-
rorist campaign along the Israel-Arab borders.
Pope Cables Shazar
Thanks for Welcome;
Addressed to Tel Aviv
' i kLEM iJTA) The
. dI thanks sent by Pope
kl io President Shazar <>!
rter the Pope's unprece-
pilyi image "as addres tod
Pn -idciii at Tel Aviv. a
i,in ei that the Vaticai
dropped its support for a
1948 United Nations resolution
: r the internationalization
i| .1 : isali m.
pope expressed apprec iti in
lor Ities he had been piv
nd for the welcome he recen
om the various Israeli ofl
he m I Prime Mini *ter Esh
lared in a statei len that
people ol Israel had been
ply impressed by the I
lality of the Pope and
ii- mphasis on the need [or
reconciliation and frit n I
The Israeli press agreed that
the visit was an event of great
importance for Israel, but they
questioned the Pope's defense of
the late Pcpe Pius XII who has
been accused of failing to speak
out against the Naii genocide of
European Jewry.
the independent daily
taper, said that the \isit con
Dr. Mengele
Medical Degr
fronted Israel with three tests:
organisational, political and his
torical, and thai the first was pass
ed "with flying colors." Political
j speaking, (he daily added, the
\erj fact <>t the visit to a country
which the Vatican does not recog-
nize was an achievement ol great
: ',ll.ee.
Commenting on the refusal ol
Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim to at-
tend the welcoming ceremonies
[or the Pontiff, Ha: retz indicated
ii was possible that the Chief Rab-
Continued on Page 12-A
Nasser Wants
Joint Command
To Rip Project
DRAIN ISRAELS WATER SOURCE PAGE 11-A
GA'AAl ABOEl NASSEH
senbbord-shofcer
Vatican Organ Emphasizes
Paul's Defense of Pius
kNKFURI JTA)Dr. Josel
le, notorious physician at
' ichwltl annihilation camp.
1 is missing from among the
now on trial here as lead-
mbers ol the personnel of
Auschwitz death camp, filed a
a against the cancel-
i of Ims medical degree in 1961
the Frankfurt University.
-election doctor," as Dr
le was known among the
i p inmates lor picking ictims
1 gas ip\ ens. tiled his appeal
the tate authorities through
American lawyer. He did
1 licate his whereabouts, but
h ias last reported hiding in Ar-
itina. lie named his wife as
his representative. West German
11 es have been unsuccessful
in el torts to find him for extradi-
I
The trial of the 22 others in
he Auschwitz case continued,
with one defendant refusing to
Citify and two others denying
co-nplicity in any murders. All
22 are accused of participating
ln Hie murder of several million
ROME (JTA) A new de-
fense of the actions on behali ol
.lew- suffering persecutions under
Hitler taken by the late Pope
Pius XII, was printed this week
in the Vatican's official organ,
L'Osscrvatore Romano,
The article made it clear that,
Seeks His
ee Restored
Auschwiti inmates, most of the
victims having been Jews.
Carl Hoecker, a former Ausch-
witz adjutant, denied guilt, al-
though he conceded also that he
Continued on Page 3-A
when Pope Paul VI made a state
nmit in Jerusalem defending Pius,
the Pontifl was referring specific
ally to the German drama. "The
Deputy," which accused Pope
Pius "f tailing to speak oul
against the Hitler holocaust
"It is not necessary." stated
L'Os;ervatore Romano, "to ex-
plain that Paul VI by these and
other words, referred to a known
theatrical work which has pro-
voked lively discussions and pro-
tests. To vindicate tiie memory
of the Pope of the war years, his
good will, his heroic work, his
intense and direct participation
there, near the Mandeibaum
Gate in Jerusalem m?ant to de-
fend man from all oppressions,
discriminations, all cruelties
that ensue from the inevitable.
Paul vi before i"> audience
Continued on Page 7-A
JTADirect Teletype Wire
LONDON President Nasser, ol
I- ;ypt, indicated in his opening ad
dress to thi Arab "summit meel
ing" in Cairo on Monday that he
w< uld propose a L'nited Arab mil-
itarj command as an essential
firsi step in Arab plans to counter
Israel's Jordan River irrigation
project, it was reported here i tee
laj from the Egyptian capital.
He spoke briefly bi fore the
meeting went into secret session
n v as subsequent!) described as
"frank.' The chi< ts of staffs ol
th 13 participating countries were
scheduled to report Tuesday on the
military situation with regard to
Israel. Also slated for Tuesday
was a report on a plan by the
\ ab League 1" divert Jordan liiv-
r waters before they reach Israel
It appeared that there was already
;eneral agreement that a plan of
that nature would be the best way
to counter Israel's projected irri-
gation plan.
Abdul Khalik Hassouna, sec-
retary general of the Arab Lea-
gue, told the summit meeting
Mcnday *hjt every means had
to be txp'oied to perfect an Arab
voice to facr Zionist "expansion-
ism." Pi asfcr'.eJ lliat Israel's
diversion of Ihe Jorc'an River
would "10b" the Arabs of the
right to benefit from their wat-
ers aed result in "gathei in j in
mere forces dedicated to fanatic-
ism and evil."
Ii,- said it OUld eei.-idlii.ile
stiil iiutln r "this a_-t ssi\c im-
pi riartsl cita Icl in ;'
world."
The last-minute announci i
b) President Chebad. ol 11 ban
rial he was act atti nding the t
i n(e .>as seen a sad on
by so lie Arabs [I w as no i
he Jordan Ri' er r ses pi 11) in
I banese territory and any plan
ii dam or divert the Jordan River
ivould affect l ebanon first
One oi the first soc.ai
at the conlen nee w ..s one I ct
Continued on Page 13-A
NOTES RISING DEFICIT
U Thant Fears Rise of Trouble
In Middle East During 1964
Gestapo Chief, Eichmann's
Superior, Seen in Albania
HAMBURG UTAi The for ,
mer (iastapo chief, Heinnch Muel-
ler, is in Tiranna, Albania, work-
ing for thai country's secret po-
lice it -'s reported here this
week in Ded Stern, Germany's
largest illustrated magazine.
iii a well-documented article;
based on Information from an un-l
Identif'ed western security ser-
vice, the magaiine charged that
Mueller, long the subject of specu-
lation, has been in Albania since
1956 and uses the name. Nakos
Chiri. He is reported to be cap
tain in the secret police but with
the authority of a general
Reports that Mueller, Eich-
mann's Gestapo superior, did
not die during the last days of
the Second World War, have
been circulating in Germany for
several months. In September,
a court ordered his body exhum-
Continued on Page 8-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA l
Secretar) General U Thant warn-
ed tin- week that 196-1 will be "a
crucial year in the history ol the
United Nations" and singled out
Ihe Middle Easl as a region where
trouble may develop.
He pointed to three troublesome
issues facing the United Nations.
One. he said, was financing, with
the UN facing now a deficit ol
Sl34.ooo.ooo The second, he said.
V as the situation in the .Middle
East, while the third is the issue
of decolonization.
He pointed to the fact that the
United Nations Emergency
Forceon guard on the Gaia
Strip and in the Egyptian Sinai
overlooking Israels waterway in
the Gulf of Akabais continuing
Continued on Page 6-A
U THANT
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ii'ont Johnsoii has invited Israel's
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\isit him in Washington, it was
revealed here Tuesday. Mr. Esh-
kol reported on the Johnson In-
vitation to the Cabinet meeting
Sunday. It W*3 assumed that the
Peace Corps, ington
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xed in the next tew weeks. specific poi" t(1 Mr.
Ihe Johnson invitation, it waa ten. Mi. mm' v.
evealod waa contained in the let- iohnson, U wa8.8""Vs
5 the U.S. President pre- .ouched in ^1 terms
,n.ed to Mr. Eshkol last week It was unterstoo here
- s-..-.ert Shriver, director of similar invitation to visit
Hisfadrut Ivrit Leader to Appear
Morris B. Newman, chairman of the H<*Je* J?0^"*.:" 0fj
he Praeaidlum ol Ihe National ed at the 30tb ,.m n t.on <> i
HIstadrut Ivrit. the American tadrut Ivnl. reeenth held in
Drucii Of the World Hebrew or- lantic City. features
ganizot'on, Bri. Ivrlt Olamit, will In addition o "? 'e*J5
L guest speaK at a meeting o, the program jiH^c, ttnto
'MoSon is a |**MJ T J fttS
cultural group here. Newman will secretary of the Istadrut ivri
be heard this Sunday evening. 8
p.m at Washington Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association Audi
lorium, 1234 Washington Ave.
Irving Shalom, president, said
that the evening'* program will
also feature a presentation of
Israeli current events by Dr.
Yeshayshu Almagor and a dis-
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Zvi Perash, of the Hebrew Acad-
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Pick Advanced 'oc'0' Agency Discussion
Gfffs Comm'tfee
At the first meeting of the 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal Campaign Cabinet held at the
Fontair.ebleau Hotel aTe standing (left to right)
Federation Executive Director Arthur Rosichan,
Dr. Norman Jaffe. A. C. Fine, Shepard Broad
end 7-ige Milton A. Friedman. Seated (left
to right) ore KrnesV lam*, Nouun Palioi. Sam
Luby Jr., Mcrshall Hcjriia. Josech Lipton, Emil
Morton, Campaign Chairman Dr. Irving Lehr-
man, Joseph Rose, Jay Kislak, Federation Pres-
ident Sidnev Lefcejort, Leon Kaplan, Sam J.
Heiman and John Serbin.
cderaYion Forms Capital Needs Committee Here
FdrtriBlidU Of a Capital Needs
ommittee of>the Greater Miami
wish Federation to plan lor the
fcalth .-:. cwista community here during
|he (i ^ ade ahead has been an-
Ktmnced by Sidney Lefcourt, pre*
i, pni c f Federation.
Lefcourt said this week that an-
nouncement ol a chairman wiH be
made shortly .
In .ddition to Federation's
seven local agencies, the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Miami will be included in the
capital needs program.
First project approved by the
kommittee was the recentlyan-
Irii unced three-stage building pro-
Cram f< (he YM and YWHA. "We
i,i-> have a Jewish Community
Service Building in muni as cen-
tral headquarters for many of the
fommir! ry's leading Jewish agen-
Merqele Demands
ec.cci Degree
Continued from Page 1-A
,,i "passed on" four or five ex-
n iers issued by his chiefs.
jVilhelm Buyer, former senior
I i-d at Au ichv i /. told tl' court
he would givo no testimony at the
trial.
Anotherof the accused. Klaus
Dylewski, test : thai B er had
cruel piece ol torture
appai .:''" callc I the B ger I 'i a-
die," for use on inmates. When
tl e court sou 5hl '> question Bo r
about this apparatus, he said he
would not answer questions about
mattei thai might hart hli > ase
Tin- courl did not press bint fur-
ther.
cies," Lefcourt noted. I which has been notified by the
Several ol our Federation agen- city that it will have to vacate its
pies need additional office space long-occupied building at 135 N\v
fcort'v" A ca I" po"1' Is 'h- 3rd Ave.. Miami, to make way
Bureau of Jewish Education, for the highway system.
\n Adanced Gifts Committee to
ack tip the Tjeneral campaign
i ... i ,.i i of the 1934 Combined
Jewish Appeal, Dr. Irving Lehr-
rwm, an I B imuel N. Friedla id and
Max Orovitz, chairman ol Pace-
setters was announced tin.- wee'.
Named were Sidney Ansin, mem
tx-i of the Federation Executive
Committee, who served as a vice
chairman or the Silver Anniver-
sary ein*p*igi Nathan Gumen-
,ck, member of the Executive
Committee
Al.-o .lax Kislak. member of the
Board of Governors and former
treasurer of the Greater Miami
.lewsh FfesVsvattom past campaign
chairman ol the. United Kurd and
(hairman of the Federation fi-
nance Committee and member ol
the Budgtti Committee; Sam C.
Levensou. co-chairman of the Sil-
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nittee and a member ol the Fed
ration Executive Committee;
Emil .Morton, member uf the Fed
.ration Board of Governors.
And John Serbia, 1957 gener.il
chairman and 1964 chairman of
the Residents Division; and Carl
Woinkle, past presi 'ent of Fed
Spiritual leader ol Temple
Adath Yeshurnn, Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan, I appear on Ch. 7.
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a.m., for a joint discussion of
what conditions would lead a fam-
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a sot ial agency. Participating
will be Leon Fisher, executive di-
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Volume 37 |MJ Number 3
Friday. January 17. 1964
3 Shevat 5754
A Mind of His Own
President Johnson has many
rroblems with which to cope as
successor to John Fitzgerald Ken-
nedy. He seems to be overcom-
...g them like the Capitol Hill vet-
eran that he is.
Nevertheless it is certainly not
natuitous to congratulate him on
the stand he has decided to take
.-jgarding the lifting of discrimin-
atory bars to the nation's immi-
c a'ion laws.
This is in keeping with the
President's astonishing perform-
c "ice, which hardly lives up to
his supposed image.
Mr. Johnson has, at least pub-
licly, been an overwhelming sup-
porter of Mr. Kennedy's civil rights
crogram. And now, he is taking
la the roads to let the nation and
its legislators know that he wants
changes in our immigration laws.
This, too, was a favorite Ken-
nedy ambition. But it would be
?hort-changing President Johnson
io cast him in another unsuitable
image that of the "me too"
r.an. We are happy that some
Iegional-minded Americans, with
ell that narrow regionalism sug-
gests, have experienced bitter disappointment
r. the President's stand on civil rights.
We are equally happy that he is just as
vigorous and forthright in the matter of a long-
:.eeded immigration overhaul. His State of
the) Union message last week makes us believe
Mr. Johnson is. His own words speak most
eloquently for him.
Dr. Mengele Mistreated
There no longer is any doubt about it. Dr.
Josef Mengele is alive. For years, and par-
: cularly since the capture of Adolf Eichmann,
conflicting reports have circulated as to his
v hereabouts or demise.
Now, the man has the incredible audacity
ic file a claim against Frankfurt University for
revoking his medical degree back in 1961.
Dr. Mengele's name still strikes terror in
the hearts of those with Nazi concentration
camp experience. He was the man who, white-
cloved, decided which inmates would live and
V hich die.
The trial going on today at Frankfurt in
West Germany has finally flushed him out.
. his human beast, reportedly living some-
vhere in South America, is angry. He has
ieen dealt with, he feels, unjustly.
He wants his medical license back.
We wonder for what.
A Non-Political* Trip
Pope Paul is back home in the Vatican.
The Pope may continue to talk about the purely
spiritual purposes of his trip to Jordan and
Israel.
But his actions speak louder than his
words. That he went to Israel is tacit Vatican
recognition of the political reality of Israel's
existence, which flies in the face of the some-
':mes schizoid Arab leaders, who repeatedly
fail to accept the reality.
Pope Paul's acceptance of it will do much
in the years ahead to ease the belligerence
e.gainst Israel.
Also to be noted here is the Pope's letter
io President Shazar following his return to the
Vatican. The letter was addressed to Tel Aviv.
But President Shazar lives in Jerusalem, for
Jerusalem is Israel's capital city. The Vatican,
-owever, long ago wen', on record as prefer-
ring an internationalized status for Jerusalem.
Was he Pope's trip to the Middle East
non-political?" We hardly think so.
Unexpected Soviet Warning
The Sea of Galilee, from which the Jordan
River flows, belongs to Israel lock, stock and
barrel. But there seem to be some leaks in
the barrel
For years, Israel has been building a na-
tional water scheme aimed at harnessing the
waters of the Jordan in order to bring them to
the Negev, her parched desert southland.
But Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, each front-
ing on the Sea of Galilee, don't like the idea.
Then there is Gamal Abdel Nasser, who fronts
on nothing.
Nasser has little more interest in Israel's
national water plan than his single unrelenting
purpose: to destroy Israel. The irrigation of
the Negev is something he wants to avoid; it
would make Israel even stronger than she is
today in her capacity to withstand possible
Egyp'ian aggression.
And so, the Arab League, united by no
principle except ha(red of Israel, met in Cairo
this week to stop progress in the Middle East.
Nasser's main scheme: to threaten Israel with
war.
We are heartened by the unexpected
Soviet warning to the Arabs this week not to
make a bid for bloodshed over the Jordan R:vei
project. The Arab-language broadcast from
Moscow may be seen from many points of
view, possibly even from the vantagepo.nt of
the presumable thaw in the Cold War.
No matter what its motive, the Soviet
position is welcome. Nevertheless, we can not
help mentioning here that Nasser's aggressive
stance is largely the resul' of the huge beefinq-
up his military forces have received via Made
in Russia arms placed at his disposal in phe-
nomenal amounts.
Among the weapons of war Nasser has
acquired from his Soviet friends are missiles
submarines, supersonic bombers and jet fiqht-
ers and other such effective instruments of
mass murder. Certainly, the Russians were
well aware of his intentions in the past.
It does not become them to do the turn-
about and play the role of arbitral today
What must not be forgotten is that Moscow
wants something for this, and will make her
wishes known sometime in the near future
Mealnwhlle' as we say. from the point'of
view of hard-pressed Israel, we must be grate
ful for the stern deterrent no mrrHo, .?.,!?!?.
source.
no matter what its
White Jew Hater in the US
Is Also the Negro's Oppressor
By EMANUEL MURAVCHIK
m^T us repeat Jhc ..otoiou-*-
L both -lews and Negroes are
part of the American culture.
There is ample research showing
that many Jews reflect in their
attitudes the prevalent ant. Ne-
gro stereotype just as many
Negroes echo the prevalent ant:
Jewish stereotype. While a larg-
er proportion of Jews and Ne
groes do reject these prejudices.
|, not rare for an individual
Jew or Negro to express preju-
diced attitudes toward the other
group and yet to be particularly
critical oi the members Of the
other group for having prejudices
againsl his group. Although an-
ti-Semitism offers the Negro a
fleeting and questionable iden
tification with the Christian white
majority, it has never become
a mass phi nomenon because the
white Jew hater is also the Nc
gro's i : pri ssor
Shopkeeper Competition
!!, ol the lest
anti-Jewish resentn
oi is the stereotype ol I
Jew as eci nomic
the Ni v *'ork'
and Los Angeles, the
li .., r-income-class
.!
ployer in the factor) or h
hold, as sh pkeepi r land
rent collector, as doctor, denti
hi lawyer. Such relationships,
which are sometimes exploita
tive, tend lo produo li u lion. In
In- oppn --ion. the Negro >-
worker, as consumer, as tenant.
maj look upon all Jews ex
ploiters. The N'egro shopkeeper
and businessman sees his Jew-
ish counterparts .> competitors.
already, entrenched in the one
place he feels he has a chance
the Negro neighborhoods.
A major source of bitterness
among Negroes is the resistance
and resentment they have en-
countered ''hen moving into pre-
dominantly Jewish neighbor-
hoods. The general reaction of
Jews ha-- been flight to the
suburb.- And. it must be said,
Statistics bear this contention
out. In New York City, the net
out-migration ol whites from
Manhattan, the Bronx, and
Brooklyn was aboul one million
between 1949 an I 1955 Almost
half505,000 were Jew-, though
Jew- were only aboul 35 percent
ol ihe white population in I
Business Interests
Mi Idle i ass Negroes, i spi i
ly. feel this as a rebufl I
selves -' eking to escape Ihe soi
ial di ation oi ;
slum, ihej feel that despite the
economic and education status
they have chieved, the> are also
shunned Mi reover hi i Ni
tr> lo move into the sub-
pi that builders i
elude Ihi mi rte i housii
velopmcnU they find r p:

of the I ,. obviousl>
The crime is
compounded in their eyes b) ai Is
crimination There
a tremendous stir in the
I'" -- when Jackie Hob
sed membership in
' predominant!) Jewish club in
- ford, Connecticut, Ne
'""'' -.'In stand why .lew
victims ol socia
elusion practice it againsl
other minority,
s,
ex
an-
01 course, man; of these phe
Momena ,i ,,! have their roots in
Negro-Jewish relations, but have
causes economic or so<
Thus the presence of a
number o| Jewg jn ,h(.
ol employer of Ne
landlord oi
other
i.i
a
1
capacity
roes, or as
storekeeper in col
red neighborhoods is itself
consequence of the pattern
discrimination and economic re-
striction which has forced Jews
marginal economic activi-
lhr entrepreneur-minded
"eluded by established
into
ties
Jew
business interests and with small
savings as eapital. lound an ou<
* ret "In flpeft "SeasoltST !Wlr>H'g?
business enterprises capable of
appealing only to the least skill-
ed workers, or in investment in
lowest-cost housing properties.
Workers and tenants fitting
these categories were not in all
periods predominantly Negro. In
the earlier decades they were
predominantly Jews. While not
excusing either exploitation or
slums, it is important to realize
that what we are dealing with is
not a Negro-Jewish situation in
its roots, but an economic situa-
tion.
Similarly, the migration of
Jews to the suburbs was not
caused merely by the influx of
Negroes in their neighborhoods
In their increasing prosperity.
Jews turned from the struggle
for survival to the search for
higher social status, better liv-
ing conditions, and greater ac
mce In the American mid-
dle-class Then- i- no doubt thai
where Negroes have moved into
t rmerly all Jewish neighbor
In ods, the hostility and fear
bj the Jews has not tx ei
rcnl from that shown bj
other whites in other neighboi-
hoo Is
The Negro h.i> been blamed fur
conditions over which he h.i n
, mtrol overcrowded housing
deterioration of the pttblu
Is, ai <' a greater Incldi nci
nt violence. In such neighbor
hoods. .!'..- and Negroes ha\<
remained strangers. By and
large. Jewish and Negro com-
munity leaders have not sought
each other out and initiated "dia-
logues" that could lead to great-
er mutual understanding.
Unemployment Problem
This concentration of Negroes
in the large cities of the North
has accelerated and intensified
the political process Inside the
Negro community; by its sheer
weight and mass it exerts a con-
stant pressure on Negro leaders
Possibly the greatest pres.-ure
for some unclear, new kind of
militant action comes from the
cancerous problem of unemploy-
ment among Negroes. What good
.in Supreme Court victories on
Ihe admission of Negroes to pre-
viously segregated schools, or
the breaking of voting barriers
in certain counties in the deep
South, when in fact the Kegr
dwinner cannot support his
i.muly and clothe and feed his
i hildren?
Today, the rate of unemploy-
ment among Negroes is twici
that among whites. Negroes whi
are unemployed are not Interest
ed in the abstractions, of social
justice. They ma) applaud the
courageous Negro student.- in
South, but their pressing
need in jobs. They believe il
i- discrimination in hlrin
not the depressed econdrily or
the -i read of automation thai
keeps them from employment.
Thej want thou- leaders M
now againsl discrimination and
produce jobs at decent wage-
that will liberate them frfftn b^rr
tubsistence on unemployment
welfare or utterly wretched sub-
standard jobs.
Middle Class Bitterness
On the other hand, the rest-
lessness, bitterness (and anti-
Semitism) of the new and crow
ing middle class of professionals.
businessmen, and educated Ne
groes is not caused by poverty.
but by the desire to be in, to be
part ot the establishment:
many of its members have at
tamed a measure of material suc-
eess; whal they want now is
Status and recognition; whether
they are doctors, would-be com
inunity leaders or politicians,
they seek a share in the power
and privileges that accrue lo
those who are part of the .i
opted leadership group in ths
genera] community


dj Friday. January 17. 1964
*Jen 1st Fkrktian
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.ETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. of Beth Torah, congratulates Miss
Toby Cavell, delegate of Be'.h Torah United Synagogue Youth,
on her return from a na'onal convention of United Synagogue
Youth leaders in New York City. Miss Cavell is a student in
the Senior High Department of Beth Torah and an active
member of USY. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Cavell. 17900 ME 10th Ave.
Egypt Refining Own Uranium
To Avoid Powers' Ccntr:.
TKL AVIV (JTA) ltcports
Irom Cairo that Egypt Was re-
fining its own uranium were inter
preted here this week as indicat-
ing that the Nasser regime ile-
not i xpect any Big Power control
nn how it would use uranium,
;he kay material in the production
ot nuclear weapons.
The announcement was that
Egypt was refining uranium and
thorium in its "atomic city." south
A Cairo, in a plant manned niam-
iv hv West German scientist-.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridion:
Daniel N. Mellcr. National Com-.
Dander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, was guest speaker at the
ledication of the Col. David Mar-
us Post No. 746 on Sunday
veiling. Commander Heller
leiivered an inspiring address
ledicating the new name of
he post in memory of a most dis-
Inguished American, Col. David
Mickey" Marcus, who sacrificed
is life in the Israel War of Lib-
eration in 1948.
The dedication, held at our syna-
gogue, Congregation B'nai Raph-
el. would have been most bcau-
ifi.il had not a couple of remarks
y the National Commander mar-
ed our "simchah." In eulogizing
'ol. Marcus. Commander Heller
pointed out that such men as Mar-
cus helped to change the image
of the Jew in the minds of na-
tions of the world from that of
a helpless soul wrapped in a Talis
and praying to that of a courag-
eous, backboned soldier who can-
not be trampled upon. He then
mentioned that this new image
would help eradicate the disparag-
ing one created through the 2,000
tears of our exile.
While I too concur with Com-
mander Heller that the new stal-
wart imago created by the Is-
raelis is something we can be
proud of, and that it is vital for
our physicial survival, I do not
feel we must denigrate the image
of the Jew wrapped in his Talis.
For if we wish to eradicate that
image, it's time we started clos-
ing our synagogues and religious
(Choois and insteac' open Jew-
ish military academies.
The Jew wrapped in his Tails
was a symbol of faith, learning
nd perseverance at a tune wlvn
the hostility of the nations per-
mitted no other. Remember, it,
took a Nazi holocaust to awaken
a world to repent for its sins to-.
wards the Jew, and even now
we're not certain they've repent-
ed.
Let us retain both images, the
image of the Jew wrapped in his
Talis. (he symbol of faith, mor
ality and spirit, and also that of
the Israeli with his resoluteness,
brawn and physical courage. It
is the happj marriage of both
images that best assures our sur-
vival.
In fairness to National Com-
mander Heller. I must add that
tfter his address, he privately ad-
mitted to me that he really did
not mean to belittle the image of
the Jew in his exile. However,
in his desire to make us proud
of the newer image, he had gone
overboard to an extent he hadn't
intended. I feel that since the -i
were more than 250 people pr- -
ent, (here is a need lor public
ing and clarifying this very
nlficant issue.
RABBI HAROLD RICHTER
Congregation B'nai Raphael
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
"During the Week ... As I See
it." by Leo Uindlin, should be
printed in every newspaper in t us
country.
If the world were acquaint '
with the true tacts about Isri
His Holiness Pope Paul VI woi !.
not have hesitated to enter Je
salem from Jordan rather than
some other place, thus show i _
his submission to the Arab pol.::
clans.
HARRY CHAHT
Miami Beach
Rothbart Art To be Featured
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Shol
oni announces an art exhibit which
opened Wednesday, featuring the
works of Samuel Rothbort.
Rothbort, who is 82 years old.
was born in Walkovisk, White Rus
sia. lie attended Walkovisk Ye-
shiva and came to this country in
1P.04. lie began to paint profes-
sionally a year later, lie exhibit-
ed with the Society ol Independ-
i nts, Brooklyn Water Color So-
ciety and was also represented in
the Brooklyn Museum collection.
Since then, he has had num-
erous one-man shows and his work
is in many collections throughout
the United States and Kurope. He
s the author ol "Out ol Wood and
Stone." which deals with his philo-
si phy and i ulpture.
In spite of his age, Rothbort
produces a painting a week ;. id
al-o sculpts and carves in woo
The exhibit is open to the ge*>
era! public on weekdays from 9 I
5 p.m., Friday evening befc.-
services, which start at 8 p.m.. ;
on Sundav irom 9 to 12 noon.
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I] [ious School students on Sunc
inclining with the planting of 81
trees and [lower seeds around
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which Cantor Herman Gottli
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Friday, January I?, 19^

Rape Paul s
Trip
By MAX LERNER
i i
The press accounts <>i Pope Paul's pilgrimage lo the Holy Land
have underscored the hi;ton." traditions he broke and tho "firsts"
he established, ?s veil :i- th^ color and rama-cven ihc perilsot
liis reception. They have boon right lo t.'o so. .These arc the that have caught the world's imagination,
But when ihc novelty of these "Rusts" has worn off !h-re is
something the that vvBl remain, ihc traditions that (he Pope has
nroken arc important in showirg the kind of Pope he is. The break
with the past is important in pointing up his readiness to soizo lire
nettles of the modern problems and thus to shape the future.
That is. altc.- all. the essence of statesmanship, whether secular
or clerical. A great religious leader cannot escape the teed to ne
f. great statesman as well, since he gives direction to 1*13 living be-
liefs of his people, and thus channels the r moral potential a.id their
role in the power struggles ot their time.

I do not mean to challenge the Pope's anxiety to stay out of thi
explosive political issues of the Middle East. Despite the efforts of
King Hussein and the other Arab lea crs to inject the problems of
'he Arab refugees and of the Jordan waters into their broadcasts.
Pope Paul wisely aid studiously avoided any .-how of intervention.
His pilgrimage, he insisted, was ore of private prayer and devotion.
Yet never has a private mission, if it be such, been so surround-
ed by public confusion and clamor. The scenes in the Jordan sector
of Jerusalem came close to hysteria. The Pope was pushed along
<;n i sea of humanity so that he could not even stop, as he had plan-
no i, to pray at the Stations o! the Cross.
This is one of the prime facts about tin- states of the Middle
East, which are, except fcr I.-rael. Arab with a Christian fringe. The
crowd that got out of control on the streets of Jordan is the same
kind of crowd that has been used in political street demonstrations
in every Arab capital. The only difference is that this time the
crowd went bersTk in its curiosity and enthusiasm, while at other
times the crowd has been used for its political pa-sions, whether of
loyalty or hate.
In Baghdad. Damascus and Cairo, and to a lesser extent in Am-
man and Beirut, the political elites have whipped up the passions of
.he crowds until now the leaden are themselves in a sense the pris-
oners of the slog-ins and hatreds they have exploited. The Pope can-
not make peace in the Middle East, where the Arab leaders them-
serveseven if they wished tocannot call olf the dogs of the political
war against Israel and against each other.

One thing the Pope can do and has in fact done. By the very
seed of going to Israel and meeting the leaders of the Israeli state
he has silently recognizer! the existence of Israel as a historic fact,
and has implied that it is here to stay. This cannot help improving
further the relations between Christians and Jews in Israel, and in
time it may also bring the Arab leaders around to recognizing the
iac of history and life.
It took daring for the Pope to step into this garden ol nettles
including the nettles ol the mixer! faiths of which the Middle Bast
is composedMoslems of every brand, Jews. Arab Christians East-
ern orthodox. His meeting with Patriarch Athenagoras. the Primate
ot the Orthodox Church, on their common ground of the Holy Land
was doubtless one of the central objects of his journey. If the two
ious lenders can achieve unity, one of the great "schisms within
Christianity can begin to he healed. There is no hope of real units
any more than there is between the Catholics and the Protestant's"
Bu: the aim of Pope Join, and Pope Paul, in their ecumenical move-
ment, has been less to achieve ; structural unity than to dissolve
prejudices and hatre s

This is nowhere clear?, than in the attitude of both Pope Paul
and Cardina Boa towards the Jews. Obviously there can he no ques-
tion Of unity there, but only one of removing intolerances on both
si es ihc greater burden is on the Christian side because of the
.ong history Ol the persecution of the Jews, and Pope Paul has shown
hat he recognizes this. The sacred sites in the Holy Land are sacred
o all three ol the ..vat Faiths-Jewish, Christian and Moslem in that
his ,ric order-but the Jewish and Christian are as historically n-
" P> names that appear in both the Old and
its. rhu has been the burden ol a series ol splendid
- |led "The Bridge." The common sources ol the
..ut is have been n rtn pointed up by the evidence of the Dead
is to translate intention into deed. This can only
Sd^K^r? Ch7h Con. ">en it meets at Rome to con"
Mder agauut the now historic Chapter A of the schema denying the
12Z ':"i alD8 -1 meeting. Pope Paul has done his par; I,
"" '"' ,K i I" and Bishops to do the;,-.
L3J Reaffirms
Ties '*o tercel
JERUSALBM tJTA) Pres-
ident Johnson has assured Israel
. i tr.tii.uvd U.ited states sup-
prt and friendship in the letter
I tiivcred to Premier Lc\i Esl-
k.l by United States Peace Corps
director Sargenl Shriver.
Premier Eshkol ana Mr. Shriv-
er discussed plans for closer co-
operation between the Peace
Corps and Israel's overseas tech-
nical aasistarce program. It was
as timed that the two officials also
oi-cussed Israel's national irriga-
lion projects.
Addressing Jewish youth lead-,
crs Irom ii) countries at a (iadna
training base here, the Peace
.orps direetor urged the trainees
to irtercsf -themselves in the ac-
tivities Of the Peace Corps when
they returned home. He said that
the activties ot the corps were be-
ing stepped up in a number ot
European countries. Mr. Shriver
was tendered a luncheon by Mrs.
Qolda Mcir. Israel's Foreign Min-
ister. He conferred also with
Deputy Premier Abba Eban and
visited Yad Vashem and the Weiz-
maun Institute before departing
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U Than* Predicts
Mideast TroubSes
Continued from Page 1-A
to function "ard will continue
with little reduction in ependi-
tur." He rotes' that "through
the good offices of the United
Nations Truce Supervision Or-
ganiiation, we were recently
able to arrange for the exchange
of prisoners between Syria and
Israel.
"But." he continued, "the over
all outlook in the Middle Fast to-
day is threatening, and 1 am very-
much afraid that there will be
more than one occasion in 1964
when Middle Eastern problem-
will engage the attention of the
United Nations."
He did not identify either the
problems or the exact parts of the
Middle East when1 he expects
trouble this year. He made his
pre iction in speaking at Colum-
bia University.
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Israel Artist Scnlpts Monument Showing
Freedom Theme for City of Miami Beach
An Israeli artist, living here Hibiscus Dr., was for several
for the past eight months, is now months in Amsterdam and Lon-
fiii;aKed"Hr*"'r>IP' htffe project nf^don prior ti'MSTrrivaThere. In
sculpting a monument for the City
ot Miami Beach.
He is Dubi Leumi of Tel Aviv.
u 33-year-old Sabra. He received
his art training in schools in Italy
and Holland. "But I have been
surrounded by art activity all my
life," he explains.
Leumi's uncl* is Yaakow
Tessler, *h noted Israeli paint-
er who h#d th coveted Diien-
90 Pflxe. Another uncle,
Shmuel Tesler, is also a re-
nownetfcT'iM'n'e'-. Both have
studio- in Tel Aviv.
I
I
Amsterdam, Dutch television
gave a show of his work. He
also exhibited in the Kensington
Gallery in London. "I have sold
hundreds of pieces," he ex-
plained, "to people throughout
the wcrld."
Tin- monument for Miami Beach
it an abstract glorifying the con-
cept of freedom, it depicts one
bird In iii^'it and another tether-
ed t the ground but trying la be-
come airborne.
When Leumi returns to his Tt
\viv gallery at 6u Pinsker, he
Leumi "started painting when he hope sto atari on a "en.
was a yjnngster in school, and h.s a memorial to the late President
teachersTTttomptly recognized his Kennedy
talent. i5iit I like to 'feel- the
mntcriaEin which I work, and 1
quickly Hipped painting lor wood.
Somoho^'l believe thai to carve
is moreBeaningful."
r So straos was n's inclination in
this dinBion, that during World
War ll. Wring air raids, he would
take a piece o( bread with him
into the bomb shelter, soak il in
water and mold thin > out of what
became in his hand- a day 1 ke
substance,
Leumi worked lona enough In
the woofjtaiedium t<> write a book,
"What pee in Nature," which i-
still a popular seller in Israel
"Later, I went to s tft stones and
then to petals." the young Israeli
artist explan e I "For the past
five yegg, 1 have been working
in a cflbination ol hard stone.
mainly Bncrete, and metal pro
truding Irom it."
Leumi, who is living at 421
Beth Am Lists
Education Series
New Temple Beth Am education
series is being conducted by Rab-
in Herbert M. Baumgard on Mon-
day evenings in the adult educa-
tion room during January. Course
will cover several historical books
in the Bible, beginning with First
Samuel, according to Bart Udell.
chairman.
'Ihe Sunday morning series con-
tinues, on alternate weeks, to fea-
ture lectures and discussions led
by members ol the Temple and
planned by the Adult Education
Committee, and speakers sponsor
ed by the Brotherhood, Max Has
km. president First session. Jan
i_. was conducted by Dr. Max
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Dubi Leumi, 33-year-old Israeli sculptor, examines one of
recent works here done in his favorite medium, concrete
metal, at his studio at 421 Hibiscus Dr.
his
and
Vatican Stresses
Defense of Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
of survivors of the tragedy which
-u.pt away so-many of their
brothers aid ours, raised his voice
...in-t denieratlen and calumny
vhich against ;he person of Pope
Phi* XII, attemnted to strike the
Ch'-'h and with her the people
f the fattrifnl.
"It it false to say that the trag-
H> of the Jews, and of so many
.'!-. r leii'"- iu'eed then of be-
ing of an 'inferior race.' was not
md-rstood or shared. The truth
s ihn onn-.sjte. The Pope and the
Church did everything they could
ith assiduous zeal, often hidden
>nd therefore unknown to many
'hro'iph daily engagement often
nrfnrmed and with true hero-
ism."
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vJewisli fit rid/inn
Friday, January 17. 1964
Gestapo Chief, Adolf Ekhmann
Superior, Reported in Albania
ii
General committee for Mizrachi-Hapoel Ha- Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. Standing
iv.izrachi dinner Jan. 19 at the Deauville Hotel (left to right) are Herman Eisenberg. Henry
ere seated (left to right; Rabbi David Lehrfield, Groudan, Rabbi Solomon Cooper, Rev. }oi-
:::ieoeth Israel Congregation; Hyman P. Gal- eph Krantz. Louis Dub!i:i, Sol Rashin, local
i, Miami Reach Councilman and honoree; representaiive for the national organization,
'.'.ax Hech', president; and Rabbi Isaac Ever, and Jack Ciment.
Rabbi Kirsfob?t:m Will Address Kapoel Here
Continued from Page 1-A
ed from a orave in West Berlin
hat bears his r.ame, but medi-
cal experts determined Ihtt
bores in the grave belonged to
three separate individuals, and
no positive identification was
made that ?ny of them bslong-
ed to Mieller.
According to the magazine.
; reported to have been
artillery lire in
1945. actuall) survived and
ed to tin Soviet force.*
[in after hat ing ma
ith Ri ssian oftii i several
. ck arl it. For .. lew ve ir

Mueller was active in t!i -
S iviet -c i ii ..' servici ''
of in> close connections with Hun
boss Ernce Geroe, he moved to
Budapest to train agents. After
the Hungarian uprising in 1956,
(he article said, Mueller moved to
\ inia, the last citadel ot Luro
pean Stalinism.
The publication said that an old-
Communist who had spent
j yi irs in a German concen-
lion camp, spotted Mueller in
Ihe Albania prl city of Durnzzo
. r ago and, on his re-
i i Easf Germany, where he
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cai Kirshblum, pres
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:.' the Dea :, itel.
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:: P Gii in Ail] be honored
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U( Max Hecht, president ..I
the chapter, is sen ing as honor-
ary chairman. Sol Rashin, local
representative ol the national or-
ganization, is genera] chairman
Rabbi Isaac Ever, spiritual lead-
er of Agudath Israel Hebrew In-
stitute, is in charge of a commit-
tee publicizing the event.
Rabbi Kirshblum 'ia- just re-
lumed from a trip to Israel. He
is a member of the Committee on
Administration of the American
Zionist Council. He is a member
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: nal Km (I .
Executi' I 'ommittee for State 11
Israel Bonds.
Rab ii Kii en es as an exei ii ber ol
the Jewish Vg
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I i tinu ition ol discourse on
"Jew s. God and Histor> -' v i
conducted by Max l Dimonl on
Sunday evening for Coi n
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group
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Chug Ivri. Hebrew -peaking
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Florida NCCJ Plans Annual Dinner Feb. 18
A record attendance of over 120 son. McGregor Smith. C. H. Top- Turchiu. John U Turner. Paul S.

Dear. Emeritus Joseph Weil, of the University ot Florida Col-
lege of Engineering, receives a Book of Knowledge plaque
from hie Pi Lambda Phi Alumni Association of Gicater Miami
at a testimonial barqu^t attended by locai alumni and civic
leaders. Shewn in the presentation ceremony are (lef*. to right)
Dr. Myron Coulton. dinner chairman; Louis G. Wechsler.
Alumni president; Dr. Weil; national president of Pi Lambda
Norman Siiverman. of New York City, and Leo Rui
Southeastern regional director of American Technion Society.
.' on was at Chandler's, wi'h some 300 persons present.
'Great Week Rabbi Kirp in Educational Sessions
I. .1 Karp, of I
B EJ Roch< lei
\ v esi.cnce at Bi th
li.i. :rom Jan 20

lorn N Shapiro, s|
lual B th Da' id, said
thai Rabbi Karp w ill be guesl
spi. r and le< turer al a series
of i lucati sessions taking
hrou jho the week.
\ noted m h< lai and author of
v. hen Your Child Asks About
Go and "Out December Dileni-
ma," Rabbi K rp i- .i Fellow <>f
the Institute ol '(..Innulii
He will idoress th- Poh O.'v-
id U pin at in ji.-ti.iy Kjiidh on
Tuesday. On Wednes.ay, at 8
am.. Rabbi Karp will meet with
s |P Rabbi Shapiro's businessmen's
breakfast session to participate
in an informal discussion.
esdaj afternoon, at a Sis-
ter h ,i meeting and Torah Fund
'" will discuss "An
Vmi ica : lildin; v ith a Jew ish
rl '
At Sal :
Jan l and Saturd ly morn-
Jan 25 Rabbi Karp will de-
lii er two i lated sermons:
Ha We Been? and "Whither
r We Going Al Shalos Seudos
on Saturday Jan 25, his topic will
in "il.n Ezra Asks Question."
Designate 'The Great Wi ek at
Beth David," the week-long resi
rtencj will be concluded with a
youth service and breakfast on
Sunday mi rning, Jan 26, at 9:30
a.m., when Rabbi Karp is sched-
uled tO dfccUSS "An Adventure
wiih a Prime Minister and a
President."
members of the Brotherhood
Award Dinner Committee of the
Florida Region, National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, heard
dinner chairman. Col. Mitchell
Wolfson. outline plans tor the an-
nual event which will be held on
Tuesday evening, Feb. 18. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
The Brotherhood Award is pre
sented annually by the NCCJ to
three outstanding Floridians who
tave actually promoted and sup-
ported its year round program for
better human relations to combal
bigotrj and hatred In the com-
munity Names of the awards re-
cipients for 1964 will b< announced
Imrtlv.
Serving on the Executive Din
: er Committee w ith Col, Wolfson
are Sidney [i Aii-in. Harry Mood
Bassett, i L Clements, Jr James
M. Cox, Jr. Alncd li Daniels,
imes Donn, Jr Ronald L. Fine,
William i Gaither, John s.
Knight, William B. MacDonald
berl Vlacht, Roberl M. Morgan,
Eugene E. Mori, Ben Novack, .1
Vincent O'Neill, William D Paw-
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Panelists will be l.i Col. \ K
gc, (U.S Army Rel Irvin
Schindler, president, Miami Beach
Chapter. American Association,
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Candidates Testing Field for Their Campaigns
.. .... .:_.. ;.k u .,> railv want to "TMs Registry must
Following are profiles of candidates running county.wide in the lime job if yon really
Msrve the public.
Thompson, who
i action scheduled here.
Leonard jOmball^ I commission seat, on which he has
Leonard Kimball. attorney, can- served since 1961.
date tor mayor of Dade County. |](, w>g recently ree-.ccled vice
. continuing to wage his cam- j,ri,si(icnt 0f the National Muni-
.iign With stress on the economic tipa, I,e;li,ue a p0st he has held
. jfiditions in Dade County. In re- s|rcc }960 jn igei, he won the
nt speeches he has stated: | LPaKU0's Distinguished Citizen
"Dade county is politically sick Award.
hich is making it economically ^^^ on ^ Boar(, ()(
,.*. The. have been 21 dec D^t ,- ,he Youn Men'S
fas .n .he past live years, most chl.i>lia|, Associa,ion 0f Greater
i them unnecessary H here had ^ wardpn of S|
An courage and leadership o Epjst.opa, church.
ring political peace to the coun- ^.^..^ sj[u,o ,933 he has tw0
children anil one grandchild.
"T claim mat Lie terrible politi-
,il climate in Dade has contribul- M E Thompson
-I to the shocking figures recent-
three years on the Tomm
liter ten years on the Hialeah
..mncil. said his "program tor
progress" includes "an immediate
oncentratcd effort, working with
federal an I state officials, to al-
eviate
nent cond
,1 our residents."
Friday, January 17, 1964
f the largest meetings of
this kind in Villas' history."
Fellow commissioners, county,
state and municipal officials pres-
ent were "enthusiastic in their en-
Registry must be macie (lorsrmer,ts i Commissioner ia>-
nvaitabte to all industry and bust s(1
hnt s(>rv. ness in Dade County and even In W(, m,H mori. jobs for our
7\gl adjacent counties." citizens. We can talk about many
Twice Chairm. of the comm* .sst.es bUl nothing is more .n-
sion ard presently seeking reelec- ,.rlan. than a paycheck ft*every
S EL'dUiM 5. Gordon add rtte bodied ho J-nt; .
oing to do my needs to work.
eel that "I am
bal-
so
-;iitl
partbV br!S SbW ^=5 H* indu.tr,- to b.
ore my fellou Commissioners nnCe off our economy, mm
the unstable unemploy- ^ b,jc_
iditions now facing main
-Also, I feel the pre er.t age
limit for hiring county em >!"><-
is unrealistic. This spra\ ling.
Alex S. Gordon
growing county has a despe.....
"It's time to taxe some of the need ,,. people skilled in such
retirement' out of the retirees in a|.(,.ls as pUblic works, electronics
Dade County." This statement by tit.V0|0pnioi-.t. device usage, rec-
' County Commissioner Alex S. ()|.(| maintenance, hospital opera-
Gordon has given new hope to (jo|1 u;1.u. collection and dispos-
senior citizens that their back-
reporte;! that there are 150.000 Metro Commissioner M. E. grounds can lx- made available to
eople in Dade County facing nun- "Milt" Thompson has launched i0Cili government and industry.
.er dally. There are 40,000 unem- his campaign for reelection from Advocating a new. direct ap-
al.
Tom Sasso
A campaign organisation break-
loved. The average wage is S79 District 2 with a "program for proach, Gordon said "We would ( ^ ^ |)iil() fo|. l-(ulnlv Commis
er week, before take home, and progress" and a promise "to be ;,n gajn through establishing a ^)IU,r'T|,m;,s Sasso la-t Satur
lat is $20'per week under the a full-time representative." 'Talent Registry under the Dade ^ Miami Springs Villas,
rational average. "It is ridiculous for a man to; County Development Board, where
"I want to get up to the state run for the commission and not | senior citizens with unique skills
S : iortei
from all
ipital and knock on every door ,ntend to devote full-time to that and talents can be listed, with Dade County turned OUl
George Milhef
Cccrge Milhet, a candidate for
the Metro Commission seat ia Dis-
trici 6, ha- named Gene Barker
as his campaign manager and
Thomas Jordan as his treasurer.
Milhet is owner of the Chez
Milhet catering service at 500 NW
22ri Ave.
A well-known I usineesman, Mil-
het, a catering service pioneer ui
the' state, has been profiled in
several national magazine*
Foreign-born, and a one-time
,,.,,. 0| ship's steward. Milhet, now a not-
I r the able rigure in industry, uses "A
] can to bring down millions of
"ate tax dollars to which Dade is
mtitled. We are getting peanuts
ack out of the 25 per cent of the
Hire slate income which Dade
ays.
'*We deserve millions more for
nds, for health and welfare, for
?:te parks and for highway pa-
Ireh But you can't be fighting on
i commission and be doing this
ib. These are the things l wanl
i do."
Winston W. Wynne
Winston W. Wynne, a candidate
: ir mayor, has been prominent in
immunity, business and civic
ijcles since 1935. according to
is supporters.
Born in Virginia in 1910, Wynne
; dned the Connecticut General
Life Insurance Company nearly 30
ears ago. He started as an
.rent, then assistant manager.
iid as manager, estahlish'ng the
mipany's Florida offices follow-
. ig World War II
In response to the urging of
J lends he ran and won a seat on
' le Coral Gables City Commission
1956. Rcelected in 1958. he re-
gned when he won the Metro
Job,"
said.
Commissioner
The commission
Thompson I their backgrounds, experience, and event whitfi according to Miami P^ .
is a full-1 other necessary details. Springs official Art Brunt as Ins campa.
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ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks.............$ 23,627,069.34
Securities:
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and Guaranteed....$36,367,942.57
State, County
and Municipal...... 10,078,360.13
Federal Reserve
Bank Stock......... 228,800.00 46,675.102.70
Loans and Discounts................... 58,382.436.03
Banking Houses and Equipment....... 3,089.427.72
Accrued Interest and Other Assets .... 1.493..'50.9b
TOTAL..................
LIABILITIES
Deposits................................$121.520,709.72
Other Liabilities......................... 276,106.63
Unearned Discount and Reserves...... 2,491,856.34
Capital Stock.........$ 3,976,000.00
Surplus............... 3,650,000.00
Undivided Profits..... 1,352,614.05
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS
TOTAL................
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Page 11-A
Arabs Hope to Drain
Israel's Jordan Source
London ijt.u The sum
conference of Arabs kings and
tsidei'ts, convoked by Egyptian
^Bc-i'lcr.t Nasser, opened here
Hltli plans prepared by a lech
Heal committee ol the Arab
Bramic to divert the waters of
Irdan River in such a way as
prevent Israel from bringing
rdan River water to the Negev
JrouRh Lake Tiberias. Thirteen
Irab countries are participating
Hp the pai li j
| The plans laid before the head*
the Arab states propose a three
brongeri construction project in-
solving: 1. Building two storage
lams in Jordan to take the Wat-
ers of the Yarmuk River, which
the chief tributary of the Jor-
lan River; 2. Building a stor-
age dam in Lebanon, containing
he waters of another Jordan Riv-
tributary. the llasbani River;
Building ol canals in Syria
Istward and westward ol a third
Drdan River tributary, the Ban-
s River.
Through these projects, the
rincipal tributaries of the Jor-
n River would be diverted into
st storage and irrigation de-
lopments in Jordan, Syria and
Lebanon. At the same time, the
rc'an River inside Israel, which
s into Israel's Lake Tiberias,
oulet be left with a mere trickle
water. According to Arab
ures, about 77 per cent of the
rdan River water sources
d thus be trapped on the
b side.
llthough Egypt is not touched
her by the Jordan River or. by
5y of that waterway's tributar
the Egvptian Government is a
mber of the technical commit-
which finalized these plans.
jther members of the com
Itee are representatives of the
three Arab stales containing the
Jordan River headwaters and the
river's more important tributar-
iesSyria, Jordan and Lebanon. >
Only one Jordan River tribu-
tary, the Dan River, is in Israel.
But Lake Tiberias, which receives;
thv mam flow of the Jordan from :
the Arab area* in the north, is en-!|
tirely.with'ii Israeli territory. It'l
is from this lake that Israel has |
planned a project to carry the
waters about 100 miles southward.'
through pines, canals anl tunnels,'
to the northern reaches of the Ne-
gev Desert.
Among the heads of state at
the summit meeting are King
Husrein, of Jordan, and King Has-:
san II. of Morocco; Major Gen-
eral Amin El-Hafez, President of
the Syrian National Revolutionary!
Council, whom Nasser has called
"a practicing Fascist;" Marshal
Abdullah Kl-Sallal. President of
'he Yemeni Republic, who is sup-
ported in his ba'tle against Yem-1
enite royalists by about 40.000'
Egyptian troops stationed in his1
country; President llabih Bour-
guiba. of Tunis: I.t Gen. Ihrah'ml
Abrond. of Sudan; Fuad Shehab.
President of Lebanon; Salam
Aref. Preside it of Iraq; Sheik Ab-j.
dullah el-Salem el-Sabah. Emir ofl|
Kuwait: and Cnwn Prince Has-
san Fida. representing his fath-
er. King liria, of Libya King
Saud. of Saudi Arabia, is also rep
iresented.
Jewish Worship Hoar
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Jack Lerner and the iuninr choiri
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will participate in "The Jewishj]
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a.m. Pro'.ram is seen over
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Imidh ftoridian
Friday, January 17. 196- #
Nathan Chanin
To be Honored
Nathan Chanin. general secretary
emeritus of the Workmen's Circle,
one of the largest Jewish fratern-
al organizations in the United
States and Canada, will be hon
ored guest at a meeting sponsor-
ed by the Workmen's Circle
branches of Greater Miami on
Sunday, 8 p.m., at the Workmen's
Circle Center. 25 Washington Ave.
Sunday night's affair will offi-
cially launch Miami's active par
ticipation in behalf of the Nathan
Chanin Cultural Foundation. The
foundation was established by de-
cision of the Workmen's Circle
rational convention in 1962 and has
set a goal of raising upward of
$50,000 from which to make an-
nual cash grants in the form of
awards of pcholarships to students
and others in the I'nited States
and Canada
The awards will be for specific
creative work that best communi-
cates to Jewish youth an apprecia-
tion of the spirit and values of
secular Jev.ishncss. Examples of
the subjects to be considered dig
Pope Cables Thanks for Welcome
r ... Niadn, had declmed the in
ConJinud..'rcuT. Pa^^-loA'
v m had declined the Invi-
tation, he went on with the papal
group to two ChTteUM Holy Places
in Jerusalem but later, he return-
,.,! to the Chamber of the Mar-
,vrs and lighted six candles, one
,,. each million Jewish men,
women and children murdered by
the Nazis. This uesiure was fav-
,rabh commented on in Israel
LASKY UNVEILING
T'if Dedication c>;" u Monunn ::
ii> ;lif Memory 0/ flir Late
LESTER IASKY
Kill u\t (tldCC
I Sunday, January 19, at 11:30 a.m.
ui the Star (1/ David
Memorial Purlj with
Kuli'n J.nidli Ciipliiii officiating.
Friend) and Relative)
Arc Aked to Attend.
NATHAN CHANIN
ible for such grants are "Secular
Jewish Education." "Humanistic
Jewish Values." "Yiddish Cul-
ture," "Jewish Labor Movement"
and "Labor and Social Progress."
Sunday's program will also fea
ture the Greater Miami Work-
nun's Circle Chorus and Miss
Frieda Leventhal. lolk singer. The
public is invited.

Cedars President
On Radio Panel
Harry L. Lewis, president of
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, will
be guest panelist on W.MBM's
"Open Mike" show Sunday. 7 p.m..
at Hampton House.
Hendrik J Burns will moderate
a discussion on "Are Miami's Hos-
pitals Adequate?"
r.eli officials was e facto
recoomtion of the ex.stence of
bi acted wisely because the faith |$rat|.
of Israel was justified in demand- ,.l,v.1.1|..(i here that 16
ing equal status with every Chris-, It was reveal*I nere
fan church. Discussing the Pon- Jordanian Arah we [hers
tiffs defense of the late Pope'automobiles in the Papal1 w >
3S ASSESS? SS."~5 ~k ~Vi** -
The newspaper Hatzofe, Ortho- with the agreement ol Israel au ^
dox daily, asked whether Pope .horitics. It was believed hat the ^ gV/fh Jemce
Pius did indeed do all that such Jordanian drivers were used on
a reli'ious leader should have the Israel, trip because the car. Sn||,h F|orida council of B nai
doi^ SZto POinTof endang- were ^efuled to return to Jo ^ youth wiH hod FtW-y
ering his position The organ of dan and the Arabs reared that 5ervlce : Hillel Founda-
X!5 ReSgioS Party added that the bombs timed to expl...... after he ,, thl> tt,,k 0n the Ln.vers.ty
Jewish people would not jump to return might be planted in 1 M,.iml eampus at 7 30 p.111 _
over-optimistic conclusions in con- cars unless Arab drivers were
nection with the Pope's visit. It control of the vehicles.
Mid there were two practical, Chief Rahbi Nimm rejec
tests of the ultimate meaning of Papal invitation to join bugen
the visit One was that the Cath- Cardinal Tisserant, Dean ol tm
olie Church should actively fight Sacred College ol I ardinals. in
anti-Semitism In Catholic countries tribute to the millions ol Jews
and the other that it should recog- murdered during Ihe Nazi era
While the Pope was touring the
Galilee Sunday, he senl a message
to Israeli authorities saying he
had asked Cardinal Tisserant lo
visit the Chamber ol the Martyrs
on Mount Zion and that the Pope
hoped the Chief Rabbi would at-
tend.
When the Cardinal was told Rah
nize Israel
Lamerhav, organ of Achdut
Avodah, labor group, noted that
the Pope had said in both He-
brew and English "Shalom" sev-
eral times during his visit and
called this "a clear strong voice
of grace and wisdom which for
the moment spoke louder than
the voices of enmity which have
been sounding around us for
years." It added that the very
meeting of the Pope with Is-
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Jewlsti ncrSdTiaw
Religious Services ^Jkb IJJeeLnJ
Page 13-A
S8SSL18!? E- C'P"n- c-"',,"';"" .'-wi-i. Practice .,,..,..-.....,
, ,. |<)iih.i..\ uiw? from material Id
Sermon: "Youth | Rabbi Solomon Freehof'a new I.....b
I'.ni
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ive
Orthoaox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
EaVrlclny 5.4a and s i>.m. One* Shabbal
1.1.irn |i mr.-: ..... Religion In Men-
u's and JuniorWhich CnncriM l*
'*"..... *-}f'"-'W >;M .... ,Ser,
n>">>: ". P..u.i- ..f (iratidi.l,-
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sch-
wartz.
ETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con.
servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Jvi.iay f>- p.iii. Primary department
(Mi.-i; j-n.il.l.;ii S;itur lliiisv.-.V .l.lii > S.,u,r anil Steven
^piuipirt .
ETH EL. 500 SW 17th .ive Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
r-V.lay 6:30 an.J 8:30 p.m. Ouexl
i|..ak.r Leo .Min.iiin. executive edl-
nr, The Jewlah K'..i J.li.n, Topi.
?.\.hv \V. Are Itetumed." Soturmo
i a.| Bel........ "The Abaence ol
finery."
3FTH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman.
[BFTH JACOB. 801411 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
I'-' '' '"' I' in Satunlai v 3n
m: it.-.i. iii).ii..n from With n
[BETH kODESH 110) SW 12th ave
mo darn Traditional. R.ibbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
C '-V r^ "" v ''
i.. to,- f. en v ; ii. ..-. ,
' ','"'''' "' i
i v. extend
Heri ., u
ieth moshe roNr.Rrc.ATioN
IrV. Dixie H*.y. Con.-rvativ.
,R'i-ri Smion April. Cantor Hyman
[Fine.
[I i> 1 in. | .
:i .!,. t ||
'' B! M ivall l
Mis. Sji
I" lilj I".......
|FTH RAPHAEL. 119 NW 3rd IVt
lOrthodox. Ralph Knefler, Mra.
|tary.
ETH TFILAm. 925 Euclid ave. Or-
RliOOOX. Rabbi Jinh cr Rac| ----- -----
ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 1'th
vr. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip.
"fch.ta. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirachen-
pa urn.
il.iy 8:Sfl p.m S. rm..... '.I.ul-li
r. lli. Whal The> r-.i
>' Cnncivmtlnn'a Molllr K.,-
! -'II.....I .....Illbei will be
and I'reaiilent Mm Stanley
Wn will id., greeting*. National
Win- U-aaiii I'nlted Sv ims-oa ie
P1?1' a, u ill .,!,., Im hunori .1 on
" i "~ <' ii nnnivi mar) .
[NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1*3rd St
onservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
inter Joel Lerner.
^Jii-- !." p.m. Sermon: "Jew* m.l
I" i-ini.T I..in.i will chant
^lto Saturday B:3o am Bar
h'h I'hlllp, in of Mi. and .Mis.
vi -In. k.
----
ICREGATION ET2 CHAIM. 1544
fathington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
__praham Strassfetd.
tGLER ORANADA. 50 NW B11
Conservative. Rabbi David Roi-
feld. Cantor Georpa Goldberg.
^F l l>.m American Jewlah
K'- s.,1.1., ,;,.st M..,|,.,
f^ K.......ii. l: Shabbat
mm--.-- : by a.ic ntembera. Satur-
LAL'DERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
. Amirws ave Reform. Rabbi
chard M. Leviton.
MELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
. Conservative R.ibbi Shmaryahu
Sv. rsky. Cantor Louit Cohen,
ami >.;", p m Si rmnn
t. i an Bndm n
i' i i ii S IS a in S< -
l.lliifl .in Bmphv in Tin
N| h Jonathan, mm of Mi-
-i.ii
H ISRAEL."T4T5 Euclid ave.
Canht0rAhr h"bb'cDflvid "-ehrfield. M
cantor Abraham Seif.
M'N^NA"'ES CONOR I CATION
v BTd Rd Moder" Traditional
ofth-SH A L(2?^^Normand'y "dr. '
Orthodox. Rabbi Phm.a, Web.r.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW Ith
SLConservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
FVIdaj -.::, .,n,| ,.,- Bermon: '
^Mav.r, and rV..,.,iom.-- Saturdaj i
CANMIU6HTIN6 TfMf
3 Sheval 5:33 p.m.
| l-Vidiij vl
and our Community." Saturday > r.
I,'.1" ,!"Vr'""": "'"'tii.ii ol Hi.- Week."
Har Ultsvuh: Robert, aon of Mi. and
Hi Albei i l^-hruiiiii.
ii Jen ish tradition.
8rm<>n
The Lord ( Mi
III Jus-
isser Wants
?int Command
Continued from Page 1-A
F nd Kim: Hussein, of .Inr
who had not met for seven
. It was (ivictont thai Hussein
reconciliation and that
iiiuiii: tics between Egypt and
*n would be raaumed.
pi her.' expressed the be-
J thai even if Syria was de-
Wing military action against
| |ass Nasser and to pinpoint
as weak and not really serious
ft war. They also suggested
if war had to come, Arab in-
Ms demanded that Israel be
lOked into an attack.
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Jews Dedicate Themselves
To Principles of Freedom
By RABBI MORRIS A. SKOP
Temple Beth Shirah
This year, l'assover will come
early, and the lust Seder will be
held on Fri ay, Mar. 27, Bui al-
ready im the Sidrah portions oi
ihe Bible, the Jewish people ..re
beginning to reread the ancient
record ol the drama of the Ex-
odus from Egyptian slavery,
Throughout the Biblical rec
ords, we hear the refrain and
appeal oi Moses to Pharaoh:
"Let my people go that they
may serve Me Muse- was
anxious to free his people irom
the miseries ui bondage and fash-
ion the horde of slaves and tribes
;nt,> One People able to enter the
Promised Land t.i serve their
own ideals and their own God.
At the Seder table- ol .lews
throughout the world, every
year the great drama is retold
and reenacted with prayer and
story and impressive symbolism.
Every generation of Jewish youth
is made to feel that it. too. i~
part of the destiny of the Jew-
ish people and was part of the
will to serve the Lord. How do
Jewish people serve God?
Some feel that Moses freed
the Hebrews to settle in their
own land and be a unique and
holy people. Some Jews still be-
lieve that this is the ultimate
destiny of the Jew peopleall
to return to Israel and serve the
Lord by obeying the injunctions
indicated by Moses and inter-
preted by Jewish sages through
Ihe ages. Oilier Jews nowadays
believe that not all of the Jew-
ish people will return to the
Promised Land of Israel. Many
millions of Jews will remain to
serve the Lord in different parts
of the world.
"Serving God" to many lews
means not only worshipping in
prayer. It means striving to Im-
plement the ideals set forth in
the Torah and emphasized in
Jewish tradition, Moses indicat-
ed early In Jewish history that
TEMPLE JUOEA. 320 Palermo ava.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
TEMPLE BETH-A^o N. Ken.-,,, ,Z JT'lSS SEES
JsfrtgH .|
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY TEMPLE MENOFVAH. 620 75th at.
WOOD 1351 8 14 v. VrI,' Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa Re'rm ow,te- Can,or Edwrd Klein-
i Friday 8:1S p.m. Hermon- "How Can I'-'"',-'- "<\ p >" ?:'"""": "a New
., Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
." y .,".;' p "' Permon: "Why Frldav :is n.m Famllv vieht chii
_-''li_ U4" ''"' ,tar M>vah: Ira, aon ol
TEMPLE BETH SHOL~EM of Holly. M"' na*j2?**-___
IVi.lay i:t3 p.m. Si,,i......; Babhath ,. Pr"' Cant0r Ger'hon Levin.
Hermon; -our Woman." Saturday i,!'";". v';" "'" Beroion: "The
a.m. liar Mltavah: Iih aon of Mr [''-" ,l" s..... Only the Name
and Mi.- Stanley Roldatt-in '" 'hanged." Saturdaj -'
-a- '" Itar Mltavah: Stephen, -,.i,
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chat. : '"' Mr"- J ''ollaek.
CaUr-David SS^JfT* Krn',h temple sina," c-V T^rth miami.
Frlduj ..... Sermon- "Tech. L ^ NE ,5,hJve- Reform. Rab-
- ... Reaiatlna Evil.;; Saturdaj 0.ii."" y Can,or Ch'
- ... ...... .-,iiiifi,,,,
'" "> liar Mltavuh: Robert I >..\ -
Id, mm oi Mr. .mil Mr. IVllllai 0
Herbert [lernnrd, aon of Mi
ami Mrs. .Nathan Margoliy..
I-' Idaj S 13 i.
..'il ii. Iui- "
en......: "Relatlvi
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 051
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Raijtl
Hyman doss
' Siiturdaj- 9 1
Wt-eKI I' rtiun of the
RABBI MORRIS SKOP
Mill our fask
to serve God, a Jew should prac-
tice the Ten Commandments. As
other ideals developed, the Jew
sought to serve God by respect
ing parents, caring for the aged,
helping the orphaned and nun-
gry. These Jewish ideals be
came part of our western demo-
cracy. The Jew was to "serveI
God" by assuring all human be-
ings of equal rights to life, lib-
erty and the pursuit of happi-
ness.
Freedom for the individual and
the Jewish people started with 1
the leadership of Moses in the
Passover struggle to leave slav-
ery and servitude, but was even-;
tually to involve all human be-
ings who sought to join the He-
brews and Jews in "serving
God" by creating for all human-
Vity Ihe realities of true freedom.
The Hebrews were to be dedicat-
ed lo this service to Ihe Lord
they fell themselves chosen for
ihis task. This is still the re-
sponsibility of the Jew- among
Ihe nations.
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38,
NE 1fi7th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan h. Zminun. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
' i i- in H.......n i mi [{(.. i
llalon i>i ,lo sal i da S 11 in .-. ____ s ____
:V '","""'"'" "."M'x I TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44Zamoraave.
',/, ; V1;.!"1 ."HI Mitt- Rabbi Herahel Brooks. Cantor Ben
win .\1.11.. 1.......1 .\|. .....1 \|.. 11.,1 DTkson
____ Sei non "Wh
T22MPaLvE B'rj0AlsSH0,L0M- I6800 N^ '
ii avf Conservative. Rabbi S __ ___
I.-", """'..'.i, S ,, TE^"'-E ZlON. 5720 SW 17th .t.
F"r Men Conservaiive. Rabbi Alfred Wax.
Muz- man Ca-'tor Leo Uriich
M 11 nd Mr-. Frldaj Satud a m
H. i >??:
TEMPLE EM^NU-EL. I'OI Washing ""' "' "'II raj U^..,
ton ave Conservative. Rabbi Irvine TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Leh.n.,.. Cantor Hirsh Ad.er. ave. Conservative. Rabbi HenTy
. '' Nitu 1 1 n n Wernick.
fc '".; '! ," m Sermon: "InviMble
Mltavah i-.- .neK siiiihiuu hoated hj .-
mu iviw Mr"' lrv" ''i1'1.....' -' Sermon:
'" .....*'u- ____ ____ lion 01 the Week."
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St : YOUNG ISRaTw* 7 NE 171 H
cVAm1 i,rRKb J'.'Ph N*r0, 0rth B'bbi Sherwin BUubiT
Cantor Jacob Bornste.n. I' I.. s :,. ,,., Saturday 9 im
|,|'"l-n '' ''"'! Sh..iil,l >, : in....: I-..,,,..,, ,,, ,| VVeek."
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
* Reform Congregation
>r Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob G. Bornilcin. Cantor
Services Friday, :T5 PM.
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By DAVID SCHWARTZ
A Comedian Makes a Good Deal More Money Than a Rabbi
(WAS READING about the for-
mer rabbi of Weldon, N.C., R8b-
A bi Jacob Maza. Weldon il a small
town. The entire Jewish popula-
ion is no more than 100 families.
When you are a rabbi in a small
I own, it's different. The rabbi in
he big city has a thousand or two
housand members listening to his
_ermons and his hearers are al-
ways chancing, but in a small town, you are al-
ways seeing before you the same couple of dozen
people. You can't be so solemn in the small town.
The ones that c ime to hear you become almost like
members of your family, so how can you sermonize
thtm? Instead, you tell them jokes. I think this
is what haonened to Rabbi Jacob Maza. lie began
telling member.'', of his congregation stories, and he
was ruined. It brought about his downfall.
But it i-n't a bad way to be ruined. At least.
nat materially. Rabbi Jacob Maza is now Jackie
Mason, the comedian, and as I understand it. now
earns as much as several hundred thousand dol-
lars a year, am. he could earn even more. Every-
body know; of the Hebrew teacher who said that
u he were Rothschild, he would have a bigger in-
come than Rothschild, for he would give a lew He-
brew lessons or. the side. It would be very easy
for Jackie Mason to give a few Hebrew lessons.
since he is a graduate rabbi and being a comedian
doesn't lake too much of his time.
There is of course a great chasm between the
rabbi and 1'ie comedian, and yet the Talmud tells
us of one rabb: who was a juggler and used to
give exhibitions on Sukkoth, and I believe the great
Resh Ladkish appeared before he became a rabbi
in some gladiatorial shows. In the llth century,
there was the Jewish philosopher. Solomon Ibn
UN Listeninq Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Human Rights Horizons
United Nations]
LJUMAN RIGHTSa subject always oil
profound Interest to the Jewish!
eopleare in the United Nations spot
-ill' as the year 1964 gets under way
idiii. Jan. 13 to 31, the torus is on the
jubcommission on Prevention of Di
rimination and Protection of Minor!-
- This relatively small group, usual
y referred to as the "anti-bias unit,"'
rforms imp rtanl functions as a subsidiary oi
Dmmission 'jr. Humnn Rights.
Hi. ace or the subcommission's agenda this
ear is a drtft international convention on the elimina-
on ci .d1 forms oi racial discrimination, The lasl ses-
.on of the Assembl; had already voted, unanimously,
favor "i ten a convention. In second place is a pro-
sal to draP another international convention, dealing
ith the i lation ol all forms oi religious intolerance,
he ;. \ sembly had that point too. on it- agenda
t actually nevei even got around to the debate stage,
hat happened was this: The Soviet bloc, backed by the
irabs and many other delegations, did not want religion
i be discussed. Such a debate come-- close to the Bus-
i interests; thov know they would be accused of prac-
ticing religious bias against the USSR's 3.000,000 Jew-.
acial discrimination is a sale subjecteveryone is
gainst it (on paper, anyway).
However no matter how hard the Russians may try,
ie subject >! eliminating all forms ol religious intoler-
nee keeps cropping up. There is a separate agenda
em before the subcemmission, entitled "Measures to be
iken for the cessation ol any advocacy ol national, racial
ir religious hostility that constitutes an incitement to
ned and violence, Jointly or separately.'' This mouth-
lul is aimed rol only at the Russians but also against the
atemongering Arabs
Once the subcommission sets survey or study projects
n any ol tli- items before it, it reports to the full Com-
mission on Human Rights. This year, the full Commis-
sion is to mee' ii Februarj The fact that the Com
ission will meet at all is a defeat for the Russians and
a victory for all freedom loving people. iwi- especii j
victory for Israel and for nongovernmental Jewish or-
ganizations v ho send full complements of participants
ith observer status for Israel, and consultative status
. ir the non-g ivernmental group.--.
For a while, it seemed that the Human Rights Com-
ission would skip its 1964 session. Since the Commts-
;:on usually meet'- at in headquarters in Geneva, it was
iscovered that the Geneva enclave would not have room
or this Commission this year. But in the last Assembly,
-rael put up a stiff fight against cancellation of the
Human Rights Commission's 1964 session. Jewish or-
.amzations also put on a campaign, mostly behind the
cenes.
Finally, that fight was won. If was found that the
Dmmission -SOUld meet at the New York Headquarters
irom the middle of February to the middle of March.
Iter the middle of March, no sizable meetings will be
"Id until September.
Thui, we will have the subcommission meeting for
.iree weeks, followed shortly thereafter by the full Corn-
Mission. It is possible that no startling actions will be
Gabirol who wrote much about theology and one
ui his prayers is il the Sicktar. but Genii.....>
v rote humor. Once he was invited to a party b>
B nar. named Moses who apparently was a prohibi-
tionist. At any rale, no beverage except water
was served. So Gabirol wrote: "Gooa Moses oi
Browsing With Books: By HIIARV M1NPUN
The Madness
Of Poetics
HEROD'S CHILDREN. By Use Aichinger. Trans-
lated from the German by Cornelia SchaeHer.
238 pp. New York: Atheneum, 162 E. 38th St.
S4.50.
A STRANGE BOOK, written half in the perceptive
madness of poetics and half in the ma.
ceptions of children, it is considered a post
classic in Germany. Centering around a group ol
Jewish children in Vienna during the Nazi oci a
tion. the story is impression stie and fragment)
told in a series of mistily dissolving scenes ol high
emotional color, somewhat visionary in nature
The main figure is Ellen, who is not Ji
or at least only half Jewish: whichever il is. she is
not required to wear the yellow star, but she chooses
to. anyhow. The star, a symbol grown beyond it
self, becomes even more meaningful for the chil
dren. who play their strangely horrible game- ac
cording to their own logic The terrifying world ol
less and deportation and death in which they live
is unfathomable to them: they fashion its new laws
info their own visions, translating them into a new
reality all the more macabre for its innocence
One wonders whether this kind ol material does
not yield its high emotional charge besl when
handled in a more straight-forward manner Where
the central theme is the impact of reality, perhaps
reality should be presented in less elliptical terms
Inherent in Use A'chinger's technique is a ]
hazard: a loss of correspondence between outer and
inner reality, which amounts to ;i lack ol moth
for her characters. That is. when the action ol a
book is presented throughout on the same v.
plane- as the reaction to it. the reader is inescai
swirled into a dreamlike state, with it- consei
-ion, and thus loss of meaning
The language ol the book is splendi I, alive with
the images and metaphors wimb proper!} belong
to poetry. But 1 think "Herod's Childrei
German title was "The Greater Hope" is as i
obscured by this beaut; enriched b) il
necessarj threads which link viv.on I
cut, setting the bonk adrift like a cli udj ab
straction, its formless patterns perceived but i I
enjoyed.
THE FtTUt Of FAILING
Ellen reach;'.I for Ik r mi lh< fai
Cut her mother's face ha i become tu
able: it laded and grew ps Ie as thi mi i
dawn.
Ellen screamed, she threw ofl the eo\ -
tried to -it up, and reached into empti
With her remaining strength, she rolled do
the bedrail. she fell out ol be I \. d
far.
No one tried to catch her. Then
star to stop her fall Shi fell through t
arms ol all her dolls and ill her Tedd) I ...
...
i -
Herod's Children.
Off *he Record:
M caud the water to flee. And led all of his
Z,* arvshodi in the sea, Bui Moses our host, a,
I,,, precede,'! frowns, And Ml POOX gue-ts. he mi
I) drowns, In Water.
, book, "Humor of the Bible." Jacob Chotz-
maintained that the Bible has a great deal ol
humor He pointed tor instance to the scene on
Ml Car.nel. when the prophet Klijah mocks at the
mM> of Baal who call upon their god without
evoking a response. 'Cry out louder!' says tujali.
perchence he slaepetll and doth not hear, or per-
chance he hath gone on a journey."
Ii you 'akc out the "perchances" and doths it
might sound a humorous M anything by Jackie
Mason or Mort Sahl.
Chotzner notes that one of the daughters of
Job in the Bible has the appellation of Keren Hap*
pnch which means "a box ol cosmetics." The
name evidently is a humorous allusion to the type
ol female whi goes in for artificial beautitira-
tion
I have beer, indering why it is that a come-
,;,.. ean irn so much more money thai a rabbi.
people paj high price- to hear the comedian when
fhej can heal the rabbi tree oi charge. I think
,.:v' ,. (he rea.-ons is that in the synagogue, the
rabbi makes th< kiddush while in the night club.
II), people 'a Ihi audience make the kiddush. They
I..a,- the bottle
, i ,- ih r wi m.iv be sure. In any syna-
tl.-iv i- no lack i wits What synagogue
.. i amoii) its members an Oshorowitz or
. >. .:. or Rabinowitz
B?'".'f*pfi you and Me:
Bv BORIS SM0LAR
The Past of a Sculptor
CREDIT FOR THE largest number ol
** busts ol Zionist personalities ever
es to Hubert Berk-.
12 ,ear-old Jewish sculptor who has
dio in New York. He has done
ie I lustico Brandeis, Dr. Chaim
nann, Dr Si h im Gol Imann, Golda
i Louis Lipsky, and
He has M-i .' n e busts of Dr
Herbert H. :
ires I Ie has current l>
by a p irtrait in clay which he
f tl President Ki nni
lln el ion-l rn, he v as fascinated by the de-
ate President. Shori
afti tragic di ith, he decide to i
a heai : v ithin two hour- after -1
h threv light on Ken-
i I may I sele< ted for a pro
Kent London. Nol all ol I
e from i hotograj hs
tein and Dr. Gold
life in m veral sittin -
>' have Davi Ben-Gurion
ever I een to Israel but hopes to
1 in the United states in a
' ants Iron I nia His moth
! Family ol Jewish immigrants
Both ol his darcr.ts have been known In
Vmerii art and both work-
and other museums.
rather me g< r Jewish education.
bis Bar Mitzvah ceremony am]
tor the Hecht House, a Jewish
Boston, where he spenl much ol
n,s "'" ::- a bo- In r.iet. at the ace ol u he did a
"' "" Old Te lament for the llecht House. He
in aj ,,i the age of 10. His art edu-
Ion Museum ol Kme Arts.
Bv NATHAN ZIPRIN
Listing of Important Bcoks of the Past Year
AMONG THE LEAST excusable a her
ration- in our land is the custon
Of writing about books as .-oon as thej
have appeared and to ignore them i'i
they have failed promptly to make thi
reviewers' pages, as if books wen |]
the category of dated news stories. Tin
truth of the matter is that most hook-
are not read by reviewers, not because
thev are lazy or derelict in duty, but _
-imply because they could not find the time to
write about all books reaching their desksa sin
his writer must conlt ss.
read
to w
and
huh
One ol the fines- books of the year, "The Mohabel
of Creation, was by an artist rather than bv a wrtter-
Ben Shan. Tne volume (Partheon) ,, an ImigLaUve r7
production in drawings of a gem in th ?X
tome ,a, tell, how the 22 leSs of the SStfK
for priority with God some 2G Generating kfr d
creation of the world. generations before the
" y< thai merits a place on most dis-
";;';'-:"'. **lves is |Srael Blocker's "Israeli
Shocken publication. By excellent editing
and fine judgment in -election. Mocker has managed to
to in reader not only an understanding, hut the
-cm i, i C0rner's "I""'"" as one of the most
nScSTn...... "' ,hp y,'ar WM uir'11''1 ""' b-v th-'
' N v T y''r,'S> '" "^"ktales of Israel" bv
elklon ,,-,1 ,,r"ll;,"">-''d'ted volume, collected from
-'"I'a-i ,x,rLbonks :,b<,u, ,hc crazyq,,ut that
Samue H .,'--,'.A.m"K'an **** as Rabb,
lisaed by Crown ^i T '" Anu'rican Life." pub-
"ttng tome lout L ',S hi,rdh""nR and at times
'"' H:- lieu m 8,?e,rratl0M in American Jewish
Kabbi ,eZ' J"U|i" ",neraU is memorable one.
.-I. currS and wh! Pruu,,d **" "t the Jew- _
*ords m .,,; a ;';; J de^ -" he mince, no'f
ni an, (lfiiouneing if.
J L


Friday, January 17, 1964
LEGAL NOTICE
* trmrtmtl TW-rrB'*3-i.r)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 63C 13797
kati11 -SEN i.oi isi: j.i.wis
PlalnUrr,
KRANCIH BTKPHKN I'AVIS,
I >.-i'.-ii"i.i iii
ORDER TO APPEAR
VOl, KRANCIH STKPHKN DAVIS,
resldi noe unknown, are reuulr. i i,,
-:> a cop) f your jinsHir to the
''.....plaint for Divorce riled againsi
you, upon Claude M. Barnes, Aitoi-
}ae> for plaintiff, 03 Calumel Bldg.,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
I with tin* clerk "f this Court on or be-
[ f,n- Hi- 3rd day >! February, l64, n
in fail to do no, Judgment by .1--
nil will (> taken against you f..r th.
reliej demanded in said Compaim
Dated ttala -7th day of December,
K II I.KATIIKItMAX
' "It-ik i.f tin- i "In nit i ourt
| il B)Ti K. M I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
l 3-10-17-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUOIC.AL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
63C 13790
pitA.VCim-O .1. MICHAEL8EN,
Plaintiff,
\ -.
!\i:itll-:i.\ t>L/l.\ MldfAELSEN.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
HABRIELA OI>lA M1CHAELSKN
Calle I'asaje No: I entre y
Mndero, Reparto H-llnm.ii,
i 'ojimar, H.i tana, 'uba,
[You OARRIKLA umia .michakl-
V.\. I'alle Pasaje No: 4 entre K >
jndern, Reparto Uellamar, CbJIuiar,
hvana, Cuba, Bre required to file
bur answer to the Complaint f..r
win, the Clerk of the above
i irt, and sen a copy thereof upon
Jno P Negretli, Attorney, 910-11
V KldK.. Ill N.E. 2nd Avenue,
Ii.i:ui. Florida, ii..... before the .in
In i f M in i.i 1964, or el.- com -
I III b. iken a- eonfi ss. .1
i tin- 26lh day of Di i en uei
I,
: n lrathrrm _*
i l> "i the i 'ii .nil Coui t
tall By: K \i i.y.Ma.n'
Deput) 'lei k
1/3-11
DfiY&W
BY HENRY LEON'AKU
Page 15-A
raAen ftf Messiah Cw*& 7
"Today I am not a Man, but a scared Bar-
Mitzvah kid who knows from nothing about
Judaism."
Cmpr. nto, I i ><. r ir.l .

... ^OT|CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL7:y5NTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA ,N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
, No. 63C 13390
BARBARA ANN JOHNSTON
Plalntlff,
JACK I.AM \i: JOHNSTON
I '-Icn.liinl.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
rO; JACK I.A.MAI: JOHNSTON
i'!".i Till irwi i. >ii i'i,\ii-
'iil.lMIIIS. limn
lou, Jack Lamai Johnston are hi re-
by .i...ifi,.,i that a Hill of C.......Ii.,i
''' Uvorc. has la;, n filed against
"''' >" are .....ulred to nerve a cods
o' >our Answer or Pleading to the
Will of nmplalnt .. the Plaintiff!
1 ;'':".'.'.'.'.;,'......'-" A- O'Brien, At tor.
i",;" Al?*,n *venue. Coral Gables,
' l"'1;1' and "la the original Anawer
.'., .i"".-'/."-' .'" ''' '"''.......' the Clerk
"the ( Ircuii ,.,,-, ., ,. ,.,,,. ,
Mlday of January, l64. If you fall
do so, Judgment by default will
i ,..!", :'-'""!'1 v"" ""' '' relief
.demanded In the inn of Complaint
,...! ."',"";" ",""" ''- Published .nice
. ii.... K '"'" !""r consecutive w-. ki
| In THE JEWISH PI.ORID1AN
BONK AND ORDERED at Miami.
I "15.1963. day "f "'....."'
E. II I.EATHER.MAN, Clerk
i ircuit i ,.,,. j =..!. County. Horlda
uwwj By: ic. M i.vm.w
.... ,, K'l'iity Clei k
GEORGE A. 0"BR1EN
Attorney at Law
--.; Aragon a. .nue
'-.nil Qablea, Plorlda
Attorney for Plaintiff
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
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accurate service at legal
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 63C 12986
|ARi| VRET U 11.1.1 A.MS.
I lalntlif,
t -
|.mi:r i:. w ii.i.ia.ms.
i ti ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i:i..\iKR It W II.I.IA.MS
i lenee I 'nknow n
BAo KI.MER It H II.I.IA.M- .
1 notifli I (!.,! a a :i i"oni.
hut be. n fib .i
ii. :.n-i \..ii are required to
: your Anawei !
Kill of Complaint on
i nmtiii nitoi nej. sa \iri:i,
IlltlS. :.:iv N.w. :16th Strei I. Ml-
. :- biri.l.....nd rile the orla.....I
1 iia in the ..fn. ol
' r "' Hi.- i 'ircuit i'.mii t on "i
the :ird ila> ..i February I >61
lo ao iidajraent i>\ de-
I I be '..k- ii .,u-..in~t i,.,i for the
' mandi .1 In tiv Hill ,.( i ..m-
II ii I
)' Khali be published om
h .v"k (..i i,.in- ronMCUtive Week*
|l in. JEWISH l-i.iiitiiu \\
I NK AND IRDKRICD at Miami,
Ida. this ... ii da) ..f Deceit......
1 I 1'ATHER.M \N. Cl< rk.
in. I '...I. County, I
l;' '". P. t'OPKl.ANIi
Hi p UJ i "Ii : .,
. '-'- Mi iKUIS, I -.i
W ...,h Strel
Horidi
I'laiutifl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59907.C
IN RE: Eatate ..l
l KN \ :. IDMAN
l.......k(.i|,
?^J'CE OF !NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTR.BUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ntl .. K li. Ii. ,. tum H..H I have
1 l:' I" ..... Petition i- r
n -''I Kin......-haive as
''s-' '"' "i the .-.-. : |.. na ;.....|.
"nan, .i- i Bnu thai un thi i Ii
da ol i--. hruiir.N, l4, win upp to
"" Hi iioi ulile 'iiuill In.In. -. ,.f I ...,1,.
i'.""'1,'-'- :" 'da. foi approval of iid
rinal Itepoi i au.l lor ule.....nil.ni and
Un 1 df-chnixe as Executor f the
- a bo vi -named d-i .1. nt.
rins 2nd day of Jamiai \. 196.
JACK 1-Ti'IIS
x>- ..............i ;.....in-,.in
>ere. Hi i I.,n ,v .'.,1-in.hi
ii- i.i-' in i; ai-i.w, \u.
K.M I ral Street
-M .1111 Kli II,: ,
'' 17*24-31
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOH.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 613962-B
n RE: IM.it. i.l
__ .___ 12 -:. i i-iQ.il
IN VSI'SmtX PUBLICATION
B?-TwAC.",CUIT CURT OF THE
E,V^.IH JLID|CIAL CIRCUT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N- 63C 13683
VMI.I.I \.M Sl.uw ik
Plaintiff,
I"
CREDITORS
and All
I >eniandM
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 6M59-B
IN UK Batale of
- VMIKI. KI.Ksi:
I .. i
NOTICE TO CRED TORS
\ i 'redltora and All I', i Hav-
ing f'aline or Dninnda Aaalnat Said
I.'Ma'.
> u i are hei i y noi Ifled and re-
*'-'" 'i ;'- i-i nt an) lalma and de-
maim n hi. ii iuu max hav< attalnal
the -i.it.- f s vMl'Ei. i:i:i:si: ,i. -
'- -I late ..f l lade Count> Klorida, I
to Hi. intj i'i.ik. ,.i i .a.i. Coun-
,'. and file ili.- name In duplicate and
- '"' bli .1 -ii .-. ti, n jj 1.16, Florida '
HAROLD I- IIII.i.iai:
I a-.il
NOTICE TO
All fn dltol -
Vina Claims or
Snld Katali
V--ii are hi n by not I i I and i -
'i i-i- -.in ail) l......- ..ml de-
mands wiueh you ma', ii \. nea'nat
ti'. eal it, ..f HAROLD I- I III.1.1AHI
.1- > ., r .i
Ida, .., thi '..nut \ Judges of I lade
< ountj. and file I In same In tlupll-
i ate ..ii ; as ; ro\ ided In .- Ion ':.: 16,
Kli ruia Statutes, In their nffli In
the County ''.. n tli..n.-. in Dade Colin.
t >. I i>.i-i.la. u .Hi..i .-i\ t-alendai
in, nths from the time of the i ral
I'Uli leu Ion In i ,. ..i the -am.. ill
i... bar tl
Dated ill Miami, Florida, this isth
,,.,- nf Januai -, A.D ISK4.
M VRV HI I.I.I \ I: I >
As Vdminlal inti \
Estate of Harold H.
Illlllard. n.-,. i
i-'n -t publii atlon .,i this notl n
ih. i;th da) ..t .lannars. 1964.
LAl'l IK M. BARNES,
I Attorney for Mary Hllllard,
I v Inilnlstrati i\
. ;.-.: 'aluiiiel II illdina
Miami, r.
I lT-.'l- .1 :
' ,,. -. ii- ib<
i > (*mii-1 h
, i a, 11 Ii I n -1 -.
Ii. I nie ,-l Ihe
if, in
1 ::!" 17-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
- HBHKKY HI\ EN that
' "- lo ncase in
a- llctltloua n
1 i: INTERNATKIN m. ul
K i,M,!lll '
r ., ,i iiain, .
f Dade C<
I s' : II I'l'ltMt'ATIONS.
IN' \ i Corp
'l :-i,,
NOTICE UNDER
I FICTIOUS NAME LAW
i HEREItV i;iVr_V that
" Irlna t,. enitnite in
Jr. 'der the fiotitl ium nan., ol
I' -'--1 -v l aiTj IVholeaale Uro-
"- ..'"" unty, Klorida Intends
?' saw name with the Clerk
I*'-'lilt lll ,,f 1>:11|,, foamy,
EANDARD WHOI.ESALK
I URCH'KKY i'ii
ft-l'-rlila .-,i|.,.i-ati..ii -100'S
F' Northueat 23rd Su..,,
I Miami, r..,
fl I.I.H |S(IN
iJ'f-i Staadard Wholeaale
II Offk-I s in Ih, ',,nu-
ll Dadi County, l-l.,r-
, ..! a i mi hi from
flral iiubllcation here-
i\ ill be li.n red.
I M a nl. K Ida, thla ?th
i Jan inn. A.D 1964
Mi i.NRi IE REESE
1 Kxet I tor
lllca.....1 of this n,1 n
ih.- I i>i .i.iiiia'. -.,
K> >\ XKR ,-. M O S'HKIMEIt
'
. liter
l 10-17-24-31
NOTir.E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K IS Hl.ltKIIY I11VKN 111 I
th- un ... .....
Iiumih Uious name "i
llo.NH S i RKK'I II UtliKK Slli iP nl
134 i I'.li Miami, i i., n-
i. n.ls Iii rea s|..,. v,,j,i naiii,. \. iih i
' els nl Ih, 'ouri n| | >.,.!.
''"in,'. I lorid.1
DA VIP l ISK
I 10-17-24-31
i..' .','. :
k CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
rnnS'?L C,CUIT IN AND
[DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
N CHANCERY
, NO. 63C 13716
JHAItON SPIES
ptifr.
s.
(OKORQU si-lies,
Tjoani
fi,C^.OF PUBLICATION
l" '-NAI.'- (1EOROK HPISfl
wiiaini Avenue, Baltimore- r..
t,"r......''v notified that a
[",!"' '"" ""l "" are re-
b, I.. ......l*> "f 5uur aiisu,-i
"'Hi s attorney, ADV1N
.,"".-1.111,,,l i;,.a,| Dulld-
I -' Miami i:,.,, h, Klorida.
'"'r",','- ",i,ll ln 'hi inn., ,,,
tne above Court on or
,' i -", l,w.....lerwlae
hi. ,",' aken oonfi -I.
""- -"I oaj of l.......in r,
iB J-EA rHERMAN
r ,!K-; "ii court
> '' KNEBDKN
"'i'"iy Clerk
"-' tl, 1 3-10-17
NOTICE B/ PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 21
l.'I.I.IS W CARItlN,
Plaint,fl.
ELAINE A. CARRIN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti Elaine A. <'... i In
i; id.
Weal Paul, t, Vermont
You, Elaine A. Can In. ,-iit hereby
notified that a Kill "i Complaint for
Divorce has been filed antnat you,
and v..ti are required to ser\-e eon)
"f your Anawer ..i Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney,. Stanley K. Goodman, gsu
N.W. ii- str.-.-t. Miami. Vloaida 13147,
an.l file the orUlnal Answer or Plead-
[nil In the nifl......f the Clerk of the
cii,-uii court .-ii or before the 13th
da) nf l-Vhi ii.u y. 1964. If yon fail
! do ao, nniitni. nl by default win be
taken .mainst you for the ralief do*
man.I. .1 in the Kill ,-f Complaint.
Thla ii,ii., shall be puMiahed once
each week for four conaecutive weeks
in THK JEAVI8H M.oltlMAN.
I'ii.NI-: AN I ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2nd day of January A.D
K. B i.i: VTHRRM \n. clerk,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21246
NOTICE IS HKREBY (1IVEN thai
Nathaniel \V. SleKcl, holder of City
of II.mi.st...,I T.,x Sale Certlficaten
numbered 3*716 and :>::: Issued the
-ml .la .f Juno, A.l i. I9.1X, has filed
aanie in in) ifflce, and has mad.'
application for i tax deed t-. ho la-
nued In-.....n. Said rtiflcu i. in-
hraei the folkiwInK dem-rllied prop-
erty, in ihe iiiiiv ..i Dade, State of
Klrida, to-wit:
l."i : Kloi k ". En a,Is Ad-ln. No. ^' .
Plal Hi nk P:iri I-.'. Si i-tion 13
Township ".; South, Itatu/e :n ICaat
in the ', .,i Homestead, County
of Dade, State .! Klorida, as em-
- in-iii -.1 said pro|M*rty under
Hie v.ii,. til ate laaui il n as in
the n urn .a iinknoun.
I."' I Klo. I. i f,,;,,!- \,ii-. Vn "
l; Ui k .. Pare '.-. :
." South, KanKi >- eJaai
m the "It) .a 11.. -j, nd, I
of Dai S.ati : Kli Ida. .
n| in I'. i- flcate No. JS7I7. The
aid c.-ri :i. .,-. Issued waa in
t In- na in-- "i unknow n.
I'ideas snld certificates shall be re-
di rnicd according t.- law. the prop
t) desi il. tl hi In ill be -"l.l t..
the hbrhi -i in.l'l. : ai ii-,. House
i door on the flrsi Monday In the
nth "i Ecbruary, .\.l>. 1964, which
Is ihe 3rd day of Kebrunry, \ I'. 1964.
Dated this 5l-t day of December,

B. i: LKATHERM \\. Clerk
nf Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
laeal) Hj : R m. LEKl'ER,
I Ninny Clerk
1 3.10-17-24 I
| TESSIE s'l/OVVIK
i'. fendani
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Persons ''' PESSIE SI.OWIK
' --" I-:, un sti eet
Brookly n. \.v
TESSIK si.nwiK. .... | i,,
;, '"" ," ''"" "r '"'l-lnlnt for
I -> has I, filed .,-,,'.-, v...,,
.ml >..u are re.|ulred lo serve a ,..,,.
Pin rUJ'- A"r,"' '"' ''" "''"- l- "'"'
I.Ill of i omplalni on th, Plaintiri .,,-
torney. hrlstl, ,,.| i., v, nst. In, mi
,"l''1Ul>- ........ I "li.ia and rile
, h- ..MKi.iai M,.,,r .,. i.ieadliiB in the
"" "I the erk or th, circuit Court
| : befor, the >ih da) of January.
' "', '' "' '...... s". judanen
by defauli will i, taken
'';' ."" ," mi.......i in tin Kill
. Int.
Tins not let sh.-;i be published one.-
each Week fol fn .;.,,. .. .
In THK JEW .-II 1 UiUlDI VN
'"Nl: am, iiKDERKD ai !
Vi'!'"'''. : *' "f ''
.. i: B. LKATHERM \.v. CTerk,
I ii' ill ''"in :. D de Co ini< I ,
(seal) i:. ,' p i-.ii-i i.vm,
i'- out) i". i k
CHRISTIE .v LKVKNNTK1N
in i coral We
-Miami. Klorida
An..i neys I.., i-i,
'-' 27, :
IN
IN
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA l\ PROBATE
No. 60845-A
RK: Katati of
JACK VV PERSOKK, a k a
JACOH \\ ILLIA.M PERSi IFF
I >.'.'. .IS,', I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit" and All IVisuns llnv
:- t'lalnis ,-i Demands Against Said
I .state:
V...i ,," hi -by notified ami r. -
'I ":' "I i" P ni all) claims and de*
in.mi.Is In, h ,,,,, ,} |,av. ii
the -: its ol i \. K w. PERM iFF
h a lAi'. >|] WILLIAM ill:.-. I K
deceased Int. nl Di I. Co ml Klor-
ida, lo Ihe mty Judges of I de
unty, and file the same In du ate
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter J0722 Acts ot 1941
FILE NO. AA.21243
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.
Nathaniel \v. Sl.-eel holder of Tow
"f Miami Springs Special Assesamei
la. n i-.ii in.-ai, n,, >!. isMi.ii the a-it
tiny of May, A.D I9E9, ha- riled aan
in my ofrice, and has made applica-
tion l-r a lax deed to be iBBUed thol'i
on. sin.i Certificate embraces ti
followInK described property In ti
County ..f Dad.-. State of Klorida. t- -
wit:
N" 72.! Ft of K 923 I Ft of N
Ti :.? Lees N ;.. it ,\ s H Fl t.. I!
Mi I-1 nil l.ini'1 .'... Sub., Plat I'..-
:' ftia* 17. S-ctlon l:l Township
""Utb, i: obi East in the Tov
"' -Miami sprl irs, i nty "f Dad
State of Kbu Ida
The .:.--.-- ii i of said propel
und. i- the -,i.i ii, ,-.. .(.,- in ,
' "".......f: K'-i-ii.ii ; Tlndell.
- said ; fl. ate shall b. i
di-. m. in .-. r.iin: to law. the p
|'.'.l hi rein "ill be sold
' l.i'l.l i at (he Court II"
i'ii-i Monday In the mor,
ry, 1961. win. ii is the
mar). 19414.
Slsi day of l......ntb.
K II LKATHKRMAN, Clerk
of .'n -i lade County, Kloi I
' '" -I PER.
II, I! .
' 1-10-17-
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21250
I NOTICE Is HKRKIIY HIVKN'
N'nth inlel \v Sit r. I, holder .-f
"f Miami I ii sal,. 'ertlflcates n.n
'" .....i -':. issued tl
I........ has fii-
I .... lias mad. .
I'll an "ii ; a tax de< il to be i- .
"i. S ild i rates embrn.
Ill' follOW Ida ,1. -,,.,|...,| ,,, ,.;,,.|-tv.
th. Count) ..I i iad,, state ol Florid.
I.--I |.l Block .'. Taj lor's s':ii.,li\ i- -
Plal Kook l'J P:iri ... In the Clt
"I Miami, l 'oiiiiij of i i:,,i... stati
l i"ii'i.i. as embraced in Certiricai
No. 16-1 The asaeaameni ..i ani
prop, rtj in.I. i- the said i i lirica
sailed .i- In tin name of L'i
IW li.
l-"i i; Kloi ;, Ta) I..i .- Snbdli I
I'l.n l:...., ji Pajtr .;. in the City
il, "ounty of I >adi State
Kbirida. as emlH-acetl in Certlfkal
Th. aasesament .f sju
Ih. said rertifl
the name or l'i
Ui
i'i
i i.'].. rty under
issued .,
known.
Lot IK Rlock "..
Amended, Plat
Section 733.1 'i.
their ..in. In
In I lade '
nr n,
.i-i
bin (-

1 I" Ull C.....I. I iad.
iseeli
B) : 1.' i: Ultl'KK
I >.-;.ni v Clerk
STANLEY B. : .|..\i \n
268X N \\
'inn \. Klorida
.I
Miami, Kloi Ida S3117
Attorney for Plalni Iff
1 10-17-24-31
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21236
NOTICE- is HEREBY OIVRN that
K. Meyer holder of Clt) nr Miami Lien
Sale Certificate No. -i: Issued the i>tl>
day "f -I'...... A.D. 1 "in, has filed same
in my office, and h..s made, applica-
1 ii. m Said Certificate emhracea the fol-
lowina d.-s. .ii.. .1 prop. i\ In the
County ot Da.i.-, State at Florida, to-
wit:
Lot II Block L' Subdivision of the
Dale Mill, r Tract Addition Number
One., Plal Bonk 2 Pag* 70 in the
City of Miami. County of Dade,
Slat.- of Florida.
The Hsaeaameni ol said property un-
der th.- s.-.id certificate was In the
name of: I'nknow n.
Cnl-s. -aid ,, rtiricate shall be re-
.i.'.iii. .1 Bcrordlna i" law, the prop-
erty .l.s.i ii..-,i herein will b. sold lo
Ihe lniili.,-1 i.i.l'l i- at the Cone House
door on the iii -I Monday in the month
oi Kebru iry, 1964, hich i- the Srd
day ol I.i
.'hi'iiary
1964.
and ..s provided In
I'I' li.ia StatUt. li
Hi. Count)
1 I l..i Ida, I un -is
i'i "ii i he : i.....i Hi,
1.....'. or th.- wiiiuj i|| |..
Dti I -.' Mia I, i'l.'i-i.ia
da) ol 1 li.'. .-I.,-. \ i. ].,,
ETHEL PERSi iFI
A- i: .. lutnx
i In .v .'.i undw
' "" ne) I.-.. utnx
J0I Am-i. KulldlllB
_____ 'I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 60869-A
IN RE: Estate of
Kl.sli: MARTHA
Dec. a-. "I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.. All Creditors and All Persona Hav.
Inn Claims or I >. inands Against Said
Kstate:
I You are hereby notified and r.--
Iquired to presenl any clalme and de-
; man.I- which you ma) have SKalnst
[the estate of i:i.sii: MARTHA de*
| ceased late ..i Dad- County, Florida,
i to the County Judges .-r iim.i. Coun-I
' ly, .mil file the sain.- in duplicate and
Fas provided In Sect..... 788.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthousi n Dad. County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar month from
the time of the Ural publication here-
of, or tin- sain.- win I., barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, iliis uith
.1. y ..f December, A D. iiik.i
BENJAMIN MA it'll IA
As Kxecutor
Klral publication ot this notlc.
Hi- Zith day ,.f December, I9i
.MAI.i nl.M II FRIEDMAN
Ati..i a.> for Executor
l 106 Biscay n- Building
____________ I! -T. :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.TlCr: IS HKRKIIY HVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engagi In
n.i-iii. ss under the i'i. :ii.....s name ..f
SATEI.LITK RKCORDINtl STl'DIOS
S VV Eightli Street, Ml mil,
i- ion.la int. inI- to r. Blstei said name
with the Clerk ..f the Cln ull Court
on
Dated this aisi day ..f December.
i lade i
'ounty, Florida.
1963.
i: I'- LKATHKRMAN, Clerk
Shevln
I RED KERNEY.
.1.
if Circuit conn. Dade County, hlorlda Attorney i..i l-
K)
'liii.in & ll"li/i
Sj Ivan N Holtsinan

B) : I! M KEEPER.
11. put) lei k
146 Sej bold II llldlng
red P.. in. >
Ml
Kim -I.
I I.....is Addltlc.
II .-k II Page 88
ii"- Clt) "i Mi.in.i. County "i Deal.
Stat. "i Kloi Ida, as mbraced
rtiricate No 7.17. The asses-
.....'it of said prop, rty under ti
mi id cert li ,, ,i was In tl
[lame nl Rich ml & I iui oth) Allen,
I -is v. ", Block KM, Miami Norl
A. K ion .Plal tl Book
''''- ; Ihe C.'ij ,.', Miami, Coui -
t) oi I kid.-, si,;, ,,i hlorida, at i i
ed In I vi: riciit. \,, 867 t
ass. --in, i.i ,,i -,,i p npert) und.
the said i Issued \- as |
lite i......I I nknow ii.
i nli ss said certli'l I ill b. r.
eenied i rdli -. to law, the pn
'lesci iIs v HI be si .1 to tl
highest ii ui- Court Hour
'I'"" "ii the rirsl Monday in th
noni li ol i, i.'iii,
'" 3rd da) if Kebruai \, A I'. if.
y-.i-d this 81st day of De, : ,.
i: ii i i: v i iii:i:man. Clerk
"i 'li ,ii.i i ..I,it. i lade C......t\, l-i... |i
lacs B) : It. M. LEEPER,
Deputy Ctterk
_1 8-10-17*: -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61440-A
. IN RK: l.'st.-ii- of
PHILLIP A. WAND
I...........I
! NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Prisons lla -
iiu l lalma or Demands Against Salt
Estate:
Yon are hereby notified and r. -
1IIH-..I I,. |,i.--ni any claims and l. -
maiiils wlii.h \,,u my have agaln.-
tli. estate ol PHILLIP A WASH d--
'-.i-i.l late of Dude County. Florid
to |h<- County .Iu.ik.-i of Dade Count'
aim file til. sa.u. in duplloate and 11-
ii "iid.d in Section 783.16, i-ki-Ul
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Com Mini in Dade County, l-Toi-
Ida, within si\ calendar months ran
the time of the first publicaUon her. -
of. ..r il- same w III be barred
Dated at Miami. Klorida, thi "4'
day of l......mi. ,-, A.D. i;.63.
run.MA A WAND
As Executrix
First publication ..f thla notice -
'" 'i da) of Januai v. im.1
KOVNKR ,v MANNHEIMEK
Alt. ni. ) i"i i:v .a,
" l'i."- J Plan Cent, i
-Miami. Kb, Ida
--------------------- I 1-10 :.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
No PICE IS HERERT HIVKN th,
,'' ''"' "--< desiring to encase I
Tvs-.o.-"":"'1 "" '" Ktious nan.....
HANSKN KIM CATIONAL MUSIC a
v|- -' Av. Miami Beach Intends
'" '';''>'" aid name with th.. Ciar .
or ih- < Ir. uit Court of D...... Count).
i- i..i Ida.
' \s ii HANSKN
CORP., a N.Y. Cora


Page 16-A
*lr '*# nrrirtirtri
Or Olom Men
To Meet Sunday
Brotherhood ol Temple
Or
Olom, newly reorganized, will
meet for brunch ;u the Temple on
Sunday ;.i 11 a m.
Officers tor 1964. elected ;il a
recent meeting are: president,
.lack Lubin; vice president. Or.
Gerald Kernick; secretary. Miles
Eaton; treasurer, Marvin Zali>;
financial secretary, Paul Ginsberg.
Board of directors are Jules Pin-
cus, Leon Lefkowitz, Dr. Irwin
Potash, Marvin Schneider. Dick
Dickstein an I Al Salo.
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Friday. lanuory 1* 1954
US Will Give Israel $20 Million in Assistance
*^"*^* I..,,,., tneilt loans have l.een .
SIDOR BUARSKY
Belarsky Slated
To Sing Here
David Pinski Folk School will
hold an Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening at the Farhand Center.
842 Washington Ave.
Philip Nashkin, humorist, will
be heard on the program. Louis
Lasavin, principal of the school,
xxill speak on "Biblical Personal
ities." .Max B, Astor, president.
will read from the works Of V. 1.
Peretz.
Scheduled at the yearly cele-
bration of the school Jan. 26 at
the Fontainebleau Hotel will be
Sidor Belarsky, noted folk sing-
er.
Children of the school will sing
and recite in Yiddish and Hebn n
Guesl speaker will be Leon Rub-
instein, executive director of the
National Central Committee ot
Parband Folk Schools in the Unit-
ed States and Canada.
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United States intends to give to
Israel Development loans totaling
520.000,000 this year, in addition to
the more than S20.000.000 in the
sale of surplus agricultural com-
modities tor local currency, in
the framework of an existing
U.S.A.-Israeli, three-year agree-
ment. The figures were revealed
during the recent Senate Appro-
priations Committee hearing on
the American foreign aid pro-
gram. A transcript of the hearing
was issued this week.
The hearing also disclosed that
Egypt will receive this year about
si so. ooo.ooo in surplus agricultur-
al commodities, plus an undisclos-
ed sum in developmenl loans
which amounted to J36.000.0O0 last
year. Jordan is down tor $34,000,-
000 of U.S. funds in direct sup-
port of its budget. Yemen i- to
gel SS.2O0.000 in aid ol capital pro
jects. while Iraq is to gel S16,
000.000 Of American farm sur-
pluses.
The data showed further that
the United States will provide
military assistance to Saudi
Arabia, mostly through the sale
of equipment and through some
grants for training. Under a
last-minute decision, the trans-
cript showed, Lebanon will also
get U.S. aid in the form of mili-
tary equipment.
sen. Allen .1 EHender I
iana Democrat, question. I
Bell director ol the A* ncj ioi
International Development, both
pbout the assistant, to lra.
about the grants la lie Arab
states
Sen. EHender also object.
,-hat he t< rm< ') '''rm'
' ,m:',,1.,'n'"
Israel In teply, Mr Bell told he
committee thai the Isra.
b .,., | thi their economj
improvii a rapidly enoueh. so 'hat
the United ""li,! bc '" ""'
process I I i economn
aid to Isra. fii '" |sracl
: v iid ha
-
loans have been
having goni up by stag
quarters of otic pe
1982 la tv per cent In I
,, and a quater per
year
I!, said that, in spit
.,,; thai Israel's receipts
er the West Germai
. program in getii .
"The 1-raeh eeonom>
stronger According to
ihe Israelis are facing
r mgh" economic problei
he added, "they ha.
reat ncrgy. greet eon
lo hi ical skill an
, join i
ffewd,
- Irom
ent in
''. ami
: this
ol the
:" funds
repar*.
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Florida Mizrachi Women
To Hear Mrs. Kirshblum
The rescue of youth and (ho
[buildiny of useful, well-adjusted
men and women are the chief
roles i Israel of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America.
Since 1934, through participa-
tion with Youth Ailiyah, thousands
MRS. mOKDUAl KtRSHBlUM
lot young people have been cared
for and e iucated in the schools in
Israel sponsored by the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of Ameri-
ca
Hebrew Academy Unit
Wil Honor Mrs. Genet
On the anniversary of the first
Ally.1 ii from war-torn Europe, the
Florida Region of Mizrachi will
meet to rededicate itself to these
hi;;1! purposes,
The two-day conference will
open on Feb. :i al the Deauville
Hoteli with a General Assembly
in the evening, to which the pub-
lic i> invited.
Mrs Mordecai Kirshblum. au-
thority on -ocial work ami educa
tion. just returned from an inten-
sive -tody tour of Israel, will be
guest speaker. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association, and
Mrs. Alexander Gross, of the He-
brew Academy, will participate
The next morning, workshop-, [or
practical action will take place,
followed by a formal luncheon
"The Florida conference prom-
ises lo be one of our most signifi-
cant events.'' according to Mrs.
Allied Stone, Florida coordinator.
All seven chapters in the Greater
Miami area are sponsoring the
conference.
Presidentj are Mesdames Hur-
ry X Schwartz. Ilatikvah Chap-
ter; Pauline Grundwerg, Miami
Beach Chapter; Louis Tokayer.
Dov Chaptir; Donald Schrager,
Kinnerct Chapter; Joseph Weis-
haus, AvJVI Chapter; Alex Shaye-
witz. Batys Chapter; and Saul
Porush, Chal Chapter.
Harry Genet, founder and
of the Hebrew Academy
. will be honored by the
tation al a luncheon on Wed
AIRS. HARHY GENfT
nesrlay. .Ian 29. at the Deauville
Hotel
She and her husband, Harr\
(tenet, a local businessman and
philanthropic leader, live at 1501
Lakeview Dr. The Genets have
been residents of this area for the
past 25 years and their children.
Irving, Martin. Saul and Florence
i Mrs Kalph Coleman). all attend
o I schools here and were Lirad
uated from the University ol
Miami.
The Genet family i- listed
among the very urst members ol
Beth Jacob Congregation, where
the) observed the Bar Mitzvah
of their sons and where Genet
served as vice president.
Fifteen years ago, when a small
group envisioned the need to
establish ;i Hebrew Academy in
the Greater Miami area. Rose and
Harry Genet were auain among
the "fir-ts" to join and support
the project. Today, Genet is hon-
orary president of the school, and
Mrs Genet serves as a founder
and trustee of the Hebrew Acad-
emy Women.
n
J
bv ISABEL GRCVE
is Kletsky, who'll receive
Bachelor of Education degree
the University of Miami on
''< Mth, will be feted two days
re at a cocktail party .
Hosted by Dr and Mrs. Earl J
Kletsky, his son. and Dr. and
Irs. Abraham H. Kisen, she's
- daughter, the festivities will
' held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Thomas KraviK of Bay
;l' rbor [stand, cousins of the laic
Mrs. Kletsky .
\ prominent businessman in
[field, Mass., Kletsky re
'ired in 1859 for the express pur
1 of attending the university
i While at the t Klet-
is elected to Bpsilon Pi
international honorary so-
I Of industrial arts teachers.
an I Kappa Delta Pi, honor so-
ciety in education ... He is also
a member of the I' of M Sail-
ing Club .
After graduation, Kletsky plans
i i go abroad for a year, to ob-
serve industrial arts teaching in
Israel, the Near East a n d
Hawaii .
Joining his many Florida
friends and out-of-town puests ex-
pected to honor KletsK.v are Mr
and Mrs. Hyman Kaplan. North
Adams. Mass ; Mr. and Mr- J.
Gold, Providence, R.I.: Mr. and
Mis'. Irving I. Melcer, New York
i ity; and Mr-. Ann Rothschild.
ii| Ilford, Essex England.
The honoree's son, Dr, Klet-l<\
Is professor ol electronics at the
Univt rsity ol Syracuse His
Continued on Page 6-B
>/.. ovnan s
IVc-u
' "dfewiislci FloridLiairi
Miami, Florida, Fiiday, January 17, 1964
Section 5
At a coffee honoring service aide volunteers tor, and Stanley Cohen, instructor. Highlight
of Mt. Sinni Hospi'al at the home of Mrs. Har- was the "capping" ceremony of new aides,
vsy Salomon, 5120 Alton Rd., chairmen of the President of the Women's Auxiliary, which
Service Aide Committee, are Mesdames Irv- regularly schedules aide courses, is Mrs. Leo;-.-
ing Goodman, instructor, Donald Gache, Na- ard Wien. Mrs. Carl Susskind is vi'-e pre=-
thaniel Glickman, Martin Kurzweil, Martin ident.
London, Barbara Glaston, Gilbert Fein, instruc-
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>Jewistncridlail
Friday. January 17, 1964
Dr. Gordon Will Host Canadians
nr Minerva Gordon, of the
I Lincoln Terrace Apts., Miami
Beach, has invited a small group
Mb" her home Sun. ay afternoon to
meet her honored guests, Mr and
Mrs. Joseph H. Frank, of Mon-
treal, Canada.
Member of the Board of Goy
ernors of the Hebrew University
of Jerusalem, the international
governing body of the university.
Frank v. ill meet with Jack S.
Popiek. presidenl of the South
Florida Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
who also serve* on the hoard.
According to Dr. Cordon
euest list include- members ol tl.
board of the American Jewish
Physicians' Committee who have
Sn active in Greater Mum m
Sport of the medical school ol
the Hebrew l niversity.
Among tl'.-'--' expected are Dr.
nr.,l Mrs. Meyer B. Marks presi-
dent ot the South, astern ( hapter
. the Phvslc^ns' Committee
Dr Sarah Rossicn, of Huntington,
LI active in her local branch of
the medical uroup: Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob A. Classman, vice pres
dent: Dr. and Mrs Louis G. Lyt-
ton. membership chairman; Dr.
and Mrs. Harold I'nger, treasur-
er: Dr. and Mrs. Irwin ft Makov,
>ky. Dr. and Mrs. Peritz Schein-
berg, and Dr and Mrs. Stanley
Fre'ilmt;.--
Recent re.ipient of the V.'oni.ni
of the Year Award of the Women's
Division, American Friend;- of the
Hebrew University, Mrs. Anna
Brenner Meyers, will be present
with her husband. Benjamin Mey.
crs. Regional director ot-the He-
brew Frieids, Joseph I.' Vanich,
will attend with Mrs. Yanich
Frank is president of the Zion.
ist organization of Canada, -hav.
ins previously mtv1 as Ireasur-
er.
m~ ->..i^.'-- T|p;
Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president of the Women's Greater Miami
Chapter, is shown receiving national recognition for schol-
arships given to Technion students and local chapter expan-
sion. Presenting the hand-illuminated scroll is Mrs. Herman
J. Leffert, national women's president of the American Tech-
nion Society
High-Rise Dwellers Certainly Believe
In 'Higher' Education for Youth of Israel
Sidney P. Lipkins is one apart-
ment house owner who can boast
his tenants are all interested in
"higher" education.
He and his brother, Charles,
executive manager of Crystal
House, have a roster of members
of the American Technion Society (
nearly 50 strong, all of whom re-1
side at the high-rise dwelling.
Lipkins is a national board mem-
ber of the Technion Society, a
group of distinguished American
engineers, educators, and civic
leaders who give support to Tech-
nion University. This is Israel's
oldest and largest engineering col-
lege, located on the slopes of Mt.
Carmel in Haifa.
As the builder and owner of
the dramatic, gleaming structure
on Collins Ave., Lipkins is some-
thing of an engineer and planner
in his own right, and therefore
shares an affinity with the Is-
raeli college.
Top VIP's of the South Florida
Chapter of Technion are the
founders, those who give $1,000 or
more to develop research pro-
grams, buiid classrooms and fi-
nance scholarships.
Founders include Mr. and Mrs.
Philip F. Thau and Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Hertz. Mrs. Thau is
president ol the Technion Wom-
en's Division.
Crystal House tenants who be-
long to the local Technion unit
include the Mesdames Lylion
Abr:imon. Frances P.eckerman.
A. L. Brener. Harry W. Caplan,
Samuel K'oenstein, Joseph H.
Gardner. Samuel Cross, Henry
Hersch, Lillian Karasek, Beatrice
Koizim, Te-ie I.itt. Anne B. Mil-
ler, Israel Nasher. Morris Norian.
Jeanette Prisamcnt. William Raf-
lowitz, Eva Richtcr. Sam H. Ros-
enberg, Harry Kosenthal, Murray
J. Rosenthal. Raymond Rubin,
Benjamin Tanner, Evelyn Wag-
ner, Matilda Washton and Maur-
ice Yorkin.
Mrs. Thau agrees with the Lip-
kin brothers that other apartment
houses might follow the example,
set at Crystal House.
"A mutual interest makes for a I
big happy family of tenants." said
Lipkins. "Especially if the cause
is non-controversial and beneficial
to the youth of tomorrow."
As a national director of the1
American Technion Society. Lip-
kin feels people of all religions
have a stake in higher education.

"
Second Review
For Rabbi Kronish
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Sholom,
will review "Strength to Love,"
by Martin Luther King, at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom Auditorium on
Sunday, Feb. 9. at 10;30 a.m.
The second in a series of book
leviews sponsored by the Sister-
hood of the Temple is open to the
public.
Other books in the scries, en-
title: Book- and Bagel- with the
Ral I i." are "YevtushenkoA Pre-
ocious Autobiography," Mar. 8;
"The Shoe- of the Fisherman," by
Morris West. April 12: and a hit
Broadway play, reviewed on May
13.
On Wednesday evening, Rabbi
!\ nish reviewed "The Deed." by
Gerold Frank.
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National Children'*; Cardiac Hospital
Annual Coronation Ball Slated Jan. 25
urns, aunt* torn
Mrs. Leiter Will
Chair Heart Sunday
Mrs Chester "Derm" Loiter has
been appointed .Miami Heart Sun-
day chairman for the second eon-
recutivt year, according to an an-
1iiouticement made by Milton E.
Lesser, president of the Heart As-
Bociatiof "i Greater Miami.
Mr*. Leiter. of 1770 SW 24th j
Ave., Miami, has been active in
Heart Association activities for
five years. She has been a mem-
ber of the Board of Directors for1
two years She is president ol
the Sisterhood of the Israelite Cen-
ter, and is Baking for volunteers
from all Sistcrshoods in Dade
County to help hi the Heart Sun-
daj drive.
The dance takes place on Heart
Sunday Weekend, beginning Thurs-
day. Feb. 20, and ending on Heart
Sunday, Feb. 23.
Mrs. Leiter said that volunteers
.-.re needed in all areas of Dade
County, and those who can help
may call the Heart Association
office
Mrs. Letter's husband. Chester,
i- also active in Heart Association
programs, and Debbie, their 2-
"^Jlcar-old .granddaughter, was the
youme-t ever to become a mem-
ber of 'Jje Heart Association, a
gift to her at birth.
The Lti'ers are parents of one
son, Ahttr, who lives with his wife
in Snu.h Miami. They too. are ac
t'\e in tie art Association affairs.
Annual Coronation Ball at the
Dcauville Hotel on Saturday night,
Jan. 25. lor the benefit of the
National Children's Cardiac Hos
pital will climax Cardiac Week"
proclaimed by Oov. Farris Bry-
ant.
Heading arrangements for the
Annual Coronation Ball is Dave
Emitter.
Jimmy Denote will headline
the' show at the dinner. He will
also visit the hospital's new faci-
lities on NW 12th Ave.
Leo Robinson, president of the
hospital, in urging public support
of the annual function, declared
that "National Children's Cardiac
Hospital is not a member of the
United Fund and depends on pub-
lic contributions."
Represented at the benefit will
be the New York area women's
chapters ol National Children's
Cardiac Hospital, meeting in con-
vention here in Miami during Car
diae Week.
Hubert Dates, administrator of
the hospital, this week expressed
enthusiasm over the "greater op-
portunities for service the com-
pletion of the ho-pital's new faci-
lities in the .Metropolitan Medical
Center. We are in fact right now
celebrating the first anniversary
of the completion of our new
building, and the out-patient clinic
alone has shown approximately a
50 percent increase in attendance
"Although National Children's
Cardiac Hospital caters to needy
children, who have been stricken
with heart ailments from all sec
turns df the country and several
foreign countries, we never lose
sight of a primary responsibilit)
to our children right here in Dade
County, and the hospital's staf!
work amoti" school ehildren of
?he county has become a praise-
worthy tradition over the years."
Committeo chairmen are Judge
Milton A. Friedman, program;
Murry Woroner. publicity; Maur-
ice Colin, gifts; Leo Robinson, se-
lection ot King and Queen; Rob-
ert Rubinstein, decorations; R.
Williams Apt, ticket distributor;
and Mrs Molly Reiner, ways and
menus
MtS. EMft MORTON
DPhiE's to Hear
Book Review
Mrs Joseph Shapiro, president
of Delta Phi Kpsilon Alumnae, an-
nounces that a book review will
be held on Saturday, 1:30 p.m..
at the home of Mrs. Gerald
Schainuk, 37 So. Prospect Dr.
A current best seller will be re
viewed by Mrs. Beatrice Wein-
stein.
Mid-Winter Tea
At Emanu-EI
Next Wednesday
Sisterhood Of Temple Emanu-F.l
will hold its annnual midwinter
tea on Jan, 22.
Miss Lillian Goodman, Sister-
hood life membership chairman,
reports that a surprise honor Sis-
terhood Member of the Month will
be announced after the program,
entitled "We Crown Our Life
Members.*'
Mrs. Emit Morton will be guest
soloist, accompanied by Prof. Jas-
cha Fischerman. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will pay a special tribute to
all Sisterhood life members. Mrs.
Alexander Kogan. Sisterhood pres-
ident, announces the following
committee:
Hostess chairman, Mrs Leonard
C.lickman; table decorations. Mrs.
Harold Hirshfield; seating. Mrs.
Kenneth Sokolsky; arrangements.
Mrs Max Boderman, Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten. Mrs. Herbert Sha-
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How to Deal with Your Ten-
' sions"' "Understanding Your
Teen-Ager" and "The All Ameri-
can Mother-Fact or Fiction.'
are a few of the topics which will
be discussed at the Mental Health
*TMr\fm'ofi Wflncsday at the South
Florida State Hospital. Holly wood.
Program is being presented for
the fourth year by the Hollywood
section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, and the Mental Health
Association of Broward County.
Registration is at 8:45 a.m.. and
admission is free.
Chairman of the Forum is Mrs.
All around the town that's where activity is promised by
the Town Women's co-chairmen of Initial Gifts, Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers (left), and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff. They are co-
crdinating their activities closely with the Initial Gifts co-chair-
men of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal,
Mrs. Inez Krensky and Mrs. Jack Ablin, for an outstanding
campaign for CJA and an outstanding opening event sched-
uled to take place on Feb. 17.
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MM. SARAH JACOBS
Dr. Narot Set In Book Review
Dr. Joseph R. Narot. spiritual Israel.
leader of Temple Israel, will be The review series is sponsored
card in a review of "The Femi- by Temple Israel Sisterhood, and
ne Mystique." by Betty Friedan., will be held in Wolfson Auditor-
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charge of education.
Arrangement cmaiWR~. '""
eludes fcffirCharles Friedman.
22 city: Mrs. Julius Halperj
registration and ushers; Mrs. Sam
; and Mrs HaroldI Se|.. snacfc
bar- and Mrs. Kenneth Shane, lit-
erature and mental health
Serving on the Forum Planning
Committee are Dr. R. E Eaton,
superintendent. South Florida State
Hospital; Dr. Thomas Prutsman,
NEW
Friday, January 17. 1964
psychologist at the Henderson
Clinic; Louis Cautin. director
Jewish Family -Service; HoberTt
Weiland, supervisor. Diagnostic
Center. Board of Public. Instruc-
tion; and Power H. Sharrett\
executive director, Mental Health
Association of Broward County.'
Editor to be Speaker
Dick Evans, religion editor of
ihe Miami Herald, will be guest
speaker at Temple EmanuEl 't
Meekly youth breakfast on Sun
day morning Formerly a sport-
writer for the Herald, Evans' ad
dress will be on "Identical Chat
lenges of Religion and Sports."
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Sarah Jacobs Has
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Mrs. Sarah Jacobs' 80th birth-
day was celebrated Sunday in the
Algiers with a luncheon given by
her three daughters, Mrs. Joe
Rose. Mrs. Johnny Layton. and
Mrs. Phil Weiner
Out-of-town guests here for the
occasion were daughter and hus-
band. Mr. and Mrs Joe Rose.
Durham. N.C.; son. Joe Jacobs.,
Atlanta. Oa.
Also sister, Mrs. Bella Shapiro.
Paterson. N.J.: brother and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Tanis; niece,
husband and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Rueben Sacks and Stanley, all
from Dayton, O.; and Mr. andj
Mrs. Morris Moss, Ft. Lauder
dale.
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National Council of Jewish Women
Plans Another Community Action Session
Discussing the bazaar luncheon last week in Sklar Auditorium
of Temple Ner Tamid are these chairmen of the event. Left
to right are Mrs. Reiva Levine. Mrs. Murray A. Shaw, Mrs.
Charles Raab. Mrs. Harry Levin, Mrs. Ruth Goldstone. Mrs.
Henrietta Fine is president of Sisterhood.
Art Preview Set by El Al
Second session of the National i
Council of Jewish Women School
lor Community Action takes place
on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., at
Temple Beth Sholom, according i
to Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin, Sec-!
tion president.
In addition to two film show-
ings, topics discussed in seminars'
will be "School Guidance for Drop-
outs," "Employment Opportuni-
ties for Dropouts" and "Effect of
Desegregation on School Prob-j
lems."
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, a na-
tional vice president of National1
Council of Jewish Women, will j
speak on "Youth in Other Coun-
tries and the World's Challenge!
lor Equal Opportunity for Them."1
Mrs. Aaron Farr, director of the
school, and Mrs. Larry Hoffman.
.Section program chairman, will
do the summing-up based upon re-
ports of discussion group leaders
and recorders from both, sessions
of the school.
First -ission of the school last
week leaturcd Dr. B. Frank
Brown, principal of Melbourne.
Fla., High School, "where the lib-
rary is larger than the gymnas
ium."
Jack Kassewitz, of the Miami
News, and member of the Dade
County Quality Education Com-
mittee, told the school audience
how the Dade County School Board
is, implementing the Dr. Youngert
Quality Education report.
I The afternoon panel di was moderated by Mrs. Samuti
Gertman, supervisor of comm .
, ity services for the Miami Ho.:--
' ing Authority and former S"ecti r.
president oi Council.
Panelists included Mrs. Carolyn
Jenkins, district counselor for Sec-
ondary Schools in Dade Count);
Bert Kleiman, assistant principal
at Booker T. Washington Junior-
Senior High School; and Mar.sh.ll
Wise, who heads the Miami S
ial Security Office.
Mrs. Maurice Serotta is curric-
ulum chairman of the school.
B'nai B'rith Singles
Eighth anniversary of the B'nai
B'rith Social Singles is being cele-
brated with a night club par y
and dance lor single adults Over
32 on Saturday night at the Carib-
bean Hotel.
El Al Is
a preview
porary art
fices, 1602
Tuesday.
cation will
er Charles
Hall, and
rael Airlines will hold
reception of contcm-
from Israel at its of-
Washington Ave., on
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of community affairs at the Uni-
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The collection represents a
cross-section of present-day art in
Israel flown to the United States
by El Al Israel Airlines. Includ-
i ed are works by Blum, Melitta.
Rubin and Mane Katz.
Following the preview, the
paintings will be on exhibit for
one month at 1077 Kane Con-
course, Bay Harbor Islands, under
the aegis of El Al and National
Airlines. Miss Yurika Mann, di-
rector of the Jerusalem Art Cen-
ter, will give a series of lectures
during the exhibition as a part of
a series of cultural events planned
tor the are. Miss Mann is a na
live of Jerusalem.
Following the Miami Beach
showing, the collection will be!
presented by El Al at the Palm
Beach Biltmore Hotel on Feb. 25.'
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Breath of Life
Luncheon Slated
A smorgi-.sboard luncheon and'
auction will be held by the Breath
of Life Chapter. Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital at
Denver, on Tuesday, li a.m., al
the Miami Pioneer Women's Ciub,
250 NW No. River Dr.
Mrs. Lawrence Scherr, Mrs.
Sydney Satin, Mrs. Jerry Parnes,
Mrs. Irving Miller and Mr-. In
mg Sheldon are in charge or the
afternoon,
Mrs Marvin Sokolow is presi-
dent of the chapter which, through
social volunteer activities, raises
lunds for asthma treatment and
research.
Suburban League
In Bake Sale
Suburban League will hold a
luncheon and bake sale on Tues-
day, 12:30 p.m.. at the home of
Mrs. Sam Berkowitz. 11035 Para
dela Ave Coral Gables. All pro
ceeds w ill be given to Variety
Children's Hospital
Chairmen are Mrs. Alan Sobal.
Mrs. Jay Mitchell. Mrs. David
Sommcr and Mrs. Max Spiegel-
man.
Committee members include
Mrs. Norman Share. Mrs. Morris
Levitt. Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs
Arthur Pepper. Mrs. Seymour
Tyson, Mrs Murr.iv C.cyer.
President ol Suburban League is
Mrs Charles llimmel.
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son-in-law, Dr. Eisen, is a pc.iia-
trician at Children's Hospital m
Montreal.
-1 0 0
Nostalgic strains of "A Pretty
Girl is Like a Melody" from the
North Bay Rd. home of Loretta
Walsh heralded the first Ziejzfeld
Girls' gathering of the new year
last Thursday Over 35 Lad-
ies of the Ensemble joined in the
singing of their theme song .
Veterans "f flio Rita, Show Boat
and several Ziegfeld Follies, they
came from Palm Beach, Holly-
wood, Ft. Lauderdale and Pom-
pano for the meeting Among
the lovelies. Elsa Bertram,
Evelyn Ware Smith, Vic Good-
kin, Jane Laurence and Florence
Jcbb. social director at the Doral
Beach Hotel Organized na-
tionally 14 years ago, the Zieg-
feld Follies Club home is on 42nd
St., in Manhattan, with Billie
Burke, Ziegfeld's wife, an hon-
orary member .
And another sent.mental re-
union, the 29th. for Mrs. Jack
Kesselman, of New York City,
Mrs. Irene Schoenberg, Boston.
Mrs. Irving Gordon. Detroit, and
Mrs. Esther Isenbaum, Toronto. I
;it Chandler's Friends as i
children in a small village inj
Poland, some 50-odd years ago,
they have ,been meeting here
every January for the past 10
years.

Guest of long-time friend Mrs.,
John Metlika, Mrs. Reuben Kom-I
isar. owner of Camp Belle Aire
and Belle Aire Ranch, here from
Sparta. Tenn. .
Mr. and Mr.. Cye Wochsler
made it back from River Edge.
N. J.. ju-; in time to miss the
big snow" Attended the
Bar Mitzvr.h of grandson Rich-
ard, son of their daughter Mar-
eia and the late Jack Young .
The Calvin D. Jacobsons, of
Chicago, pursuing the sunshine
down 10 South Miami lor a few
weeks Stayed with son Her-
bert and his wife Peg. and visit-
ed with familyMrs. Sadie Hei
letz and the Charles Jacob-ons
6f Coral Gables .
Surrounded by Miami Beach
ites. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen,
of Pontiac, Mich., celebrated
Mrs. Allen's birthday with an in-
timate dinner parly at Chand-
ler's Guesting at the festive
occasion were Miss Barbara Al-
len. Mrs. Estellc Winter, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Lewis and Sey-
mour Gould.
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David Handshu visited his sis-
ter, Mrs. Aaron Levy, recently
married and living in Savannah.
Ga., drov her back to Miami
TETLEY TEA
Book Series
At Emanu-EI
Temple Emanu-EI will launch
the third year of its popular Book
of the Brunch Club series on Jan.
29 at 10 a.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will review
"Caravans." by James A. Mich-
encr. Brunch will be served. The
project is sponsored jointly by
Sisterhood and PTA.
Mrs. Leonard Abramson and
Mrs. Seymour Alterman are co-
chairmen. Two other sessions are
scheduled for Feb. 19 and Apr. 7.
Series tickets are available at the
Temple office.
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The sessions will take place at
the North Shore Branch of Miami
Beach Federal on Friday. Jan. 17.
24 and 31 at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Heller is past president
of the Greater Miami Chapter of
ORT. She was region Combined
Jewish Appeal chairman and is
currently chairman for the Pace
Setter's Luncheon of the Young
Women's Division of the CJA.
The U.S. Agency for Interna-
tional Development signed con-
tracts with ORT to establish tech- '
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in Guinea and Mali. The late
President John F. Kennedy hail-
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her a fond adieu as she returned
to her new role as housewife and
a more familiar role as Sunday
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Recent purchaser of a Chagall
stained glass window in memory
of her husband. Esther Golden-
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Hit* Mrs. K. K.nk Planning
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so the two can compare notes .
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Beth David Ladies Ken %* to speak
To Hear Rabbi
Guest speaker at Beth David!
Sisterhood' Kallah on Tuesday in|
iam .1 Karp, of Beth El Syria-
Ogue, in Rochester,'N.Y.
Registration is from 9:30 to 10
i.m. MorCiDg session will he un-
;| neon, followed by luncheon.
h.di i- include.! in the registra-
nt r. fee Kallah afternoon ses-l
ic iv iheduled from 1 to 2 p.m.j
Chairman is Mrs. Maurice Kelli
lei. chairman of adult education.
Ui-. Al Miller i> co-chairman.
The Kall.il is open to 1 he pub
ic, I nil reservations may be made
hr.'iigh ihe Beth David Synagogue
Iiice.
Attorney Ken Myers will be
guesl speaker Fib. 4 for the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical
Association meeting at the Dapont
l-'la/a. beginning at 9 p.m. Myers.
who .will speak on major legisla-
tive problemi laeing Florida, is
active with child guidance clinics.
ile Is on the Legislative Commit-
tee of the Florida Association ol
Mental Health.
Junior Auxiliary ol the Jewish Home for the Aged meets to
discuss its Inain fund-raising event of the year, a luncheon
Tuesday at Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel. Seated (left to right) are
Mrs. George Israel, Mrs. Louis Bresler and Mrs. Joe LeNoble.
Standing are Mrs. Joseph Epstein. Mrs. Barthold J. Strauss and
Mrs. Sigmund Rostler.
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OUT Leader Here
Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt, national
vice president of Women's Ameri-i
can ORT, and expansion chairman j
for the Southern area, had a busy
schedule for her committee com-
prised of Mrs. Florence Kupper-
man. region vice president, Mrs.
Jack Bressler and Mrs. Martin
Shaw, both of Atlanta, Ga.. and
Mis Henry Pariser. Detroit, Mich.
First luncheon meeting took
place in the North Bay Village
home of Mrs. Kupperman. Fol-
lowing were an afternoon meeting
in the home of Mrs. Harry Beck-,
er, of Detroit, southwest expansion
chairman, who makes her winter
home at. the Seacoast Towers; a
dinner ajeeting at the home of
Mrs. Rosenblatt. Surfside; and a;
farewell breakfast meeting at the
home of Mrs. Louis Baron, region
president.
Goal Of the Expansion Commit-
tee is to open new chapters in
every Jewish community in the
United States.
")ora Stein Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite (enter will hold a reg-
ular meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28,
7:30 p.m., followed by a white
elephant sale in the social hall.
Proceeds will go to the Religious
School. Chairman is Mrs. George
Graham.
Medical Center
Benefit Luncheon
Funds raised at a luncheon and
games' party sponsored by Great-
er Miami Chapter, American Med-
ical Center at Denver, are ear-
marked for the new hospital wing
being planned for the non-sectar-
ian hospital with the "open door."
Event la scheduled for Saturday
at 11:30 a.m., in the House of
lloo, 1820 "Jth St. Causeway.
Locally, the chapter contributes
to the Jackson Memorial Hospi-
tal TB and cancer wards.
In charge of reservations are
Mrs. Molly Holober and Mrs.
Becky Roth Mrs Lila S. Myers
i. president.
Temple Sinai
Women's Function
Temple Sinai Sisterhood is spon
oring an ice-skating party for
unday School students to be held
Her classe- this Sunday.
Following luncheon, served at
he Temple, students will be trans-
lated to "Winter Wonderland" at
he Deauviile Hotel, returning to
he Temple by 5 p.m. Parents
nay join the group for the after-
loon.
Mrs. Sydelle Coslow and Mrs.
Bebe Birnbach are in charge ol
the event.
On Wednesday night, Jan. 22.
Sisterhood will hold a paid up
membership party in the Temple
auditorium.
Refreshments will be served.
and entertainment will feature
professional sinner Marian Essler.
accompanied by Diva Solove.
A weekend at the Carillon Hotel
will be presented 10 the Sister
hood member who has brought in
the most members.
Senior Friendship Circle
Next meeting of the Senior
Friendship Circle of Temple Beth
Am will be held on Tuesday even-
ing in the music room of the
Temple. Henry A. Kauffman,
chairman, announces that a short
business meeting will be followed
by a social. Group is open to all
senior citizens, and membership
in the Temple is not required.
Corel Chapter
Fashion Show
Mrs. Jules Weston, president,
'oi.l Chapter. American Medical
.'enter, announces a fund rais ng
asbion shew and luncheon i
scheduled for Wednesday noon at
Kings Baj Yacht and Country
.lul).
Presented by Mary Norton, fash
ions for all occasions will be mod-
?led by chapter members, with
hair styles by Tropicana Beauty
salon.
Chairing the affair is Mrs. Bert
Kfarc. ways and means vice pres-
ident.
Hebrew Univ.
Founders to Meet
Announcement was made this
week by Lionel R. Man man, na-
lional president of the American
Frierds ol the Hebrew University,
thai the Society of Founder- of
the ne campus of the Hebrew
I i ivi rsity will inaugurate its 1964
.lulu rial program at a luncheon
to 1 held n Ihe Barcelona Hotel.
According to Bauraan, chairman
>i the luncheon to take place in
niu-February, will be Joseph If,
'..:, ol New York, chairman of
the Societj oi Founders.
Local founders of the university
inclu le Mr and Mrs. Charles
Charcowskv Dr. and Mrs. Philip
Gotlieb, M and Mrs, David Pro-
vus, Mr, ai Mis. Jack S. Popick,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. and
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro.
Host committee for the schedul-
ed luncheon will be headed by
Jack S. Popick. chairman of the
South Florida Chapter of the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University and vice chairman of
the national Society of Founders.
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YCTTA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Yetta Gclvan has had mere than her share of life's tragedies,
hut one would never know from her sweet swile and gentle manner.
She has not imposed her sorrow on others. Born in Poland three
pionths alter the death of her lather, she was left in the care of her
grandfather while her mother came to New York. It was impossible
tti keep in touch with her mother or other family in America except
r>\ means of the Red GeOJO* When she was finally reunited with her
mother in New York City, she had to learn
to know her, as well as to adapt herself to the
American way of life.
Because of her fine education in Poland.
Yctta sailed through the American public
school in ; breeze, finishing gra.e school in
six months, and four years of high school in
a year and a half. There was only one year
a: Hunter College for Yetta. because it was
at this time she met her husband. Leo. who
had come from Africa to visit his mother.
Leo remained in New York and they
were married. After the tragic loss of a
son, they moved to Florida. Misfortune fol-
lowed them, when Yetta became gravely ill.
The Gelvnns thought they would stay tor a
while in Hialeah. but the while lengthened In-
to IS years. They started the Jewish com-
munity there, and the congregation today
kni .mi as Tifereth Jacob is their baby.
Yetf and her husband do all they can to further Jewish education.
S belongs to man) organizations, but is most concerned with the
rev Ac demy. Jewish Home for the Aged, her Temple Sisterhood.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
Yctta has no patience with knitting but likes to cook, and has
iled her husband in this regard. Every Wednesday, she takes
hi; lunch, a favorite salad. While she and her daughter. Ella.
md-the-world tr'p, she gave the recipe to a restaurant
-i Leo cot: gel his favorite dish on Wednesdays.
The Gclvans like to travel and are head-over-heels in love with
Israel "1 feel thai it is my land." explained Yetta While there,
tiny mel j tun man. (who was the same age as their son would
< been and whose dream was to be an engineer. The Gelvans
ij hi back to the U.S.. and his dream is becoming a reality.
Dui he iveek, Ye'U attends meetings, plays a little canasta,
to the race track, even Jai-Alai; but Friday, Saturday and Sun-
belong t Rubins Reveal
Susan's Betrothal
Mr. and Mr.-. Harry Rubin. 2018
SW Uth Ter.. announce the en-
gagement ol their daughter. Susan
Lee, to Irwin Martin Becker. The
future bride is the granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. Rose Huckman, Miami
Beach.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Becker.
5700 San Amaru Dr., and grand-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
Fraidlin, Miami Beach.
The betrothed couple both at-
tend the University of Florida.
mart
Women
Hialeah to Miami Beach Yetta doesn't nund leaving those 40 Win-
dows at all. Last year, they celebrated their 25th anniversary. They
live a busy life, never for one minute forgetting to live according
to Torah.
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THESE MOTHERS-IN-LAW
Kitty and Bill Jr. came from Cincinnati to visil their parents.
Estelle and Bill Brenner. Estelle had lots ol tun taking Kitty shop
ping at Mothers Beautiful Then daughter Liz came from Washing-
ton, D.C., with J. Pattetson Drew, and their engagement and coming
marriage Ir April was announced Estelle wenl shopping again and
had jusl as much fun, onlj in difierent .stores All thai week friends
dropped in to say "hello" and prfd their good wishes for the two
events. Among guests wc-e Dr. and Mrs Joseph M. Krtk>. Mr and
Airs Stuart Altschool, Sir*v and Herbert Gimbel, Dorothy and Ritter
Levinson and Mi. and Mrs. Sidncj Lee
DELIVERED BY HAND
The invitations to Marilyn and Harry B. Smith'- New Year's Eve
party were delivered bj hr.nd t'1 their closest friends. Invitations were
an emptj champagne bottle v.!'- a clever note, instructins guest.,
to bring them back idled Guests include: Dol res and Allan Wilson.
Ellen a'id Bernie MandL-r, Judy and Tom Gerard, Jud> and Paul
Rosen. Vnita and Beimel Lifter, Hilda and Manny Zaiac, Lyli
Marshal Bcrkson, Babs aid Lennj Parker, Sclma and Frank v.
and the two doctors in one familj Dr Jerome Raim an his wife Dr.
Nma Ellenbogen.
MISS tlUH TtlltR
Tellers Reveal
Ellen's Troth
Ir. and Mrs. Sidney Teller, of
\\ 40th SI announce the en-
. jgement ol their daughter, Ellen
i had i i Burton David Corliss,
- i of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
rliss, i: 51 Post Ave. A June
. Iding i- nlanned.
PTA to Have
Coffee Affair
PTA of Temple Emanu-El is
busy making plans for a fun-fill-
ed coffee to be held on Wednes-
, day. Jan. 22. at the home of Mrs.
, Joseph Rubinstein.
Purpose ol the coffee is to kick-
off PTA's single fund raising pro-
ject, proceeds of which go toward
building the Solomon Schechter
and Relieious School Libraries.
Pointing the way to a successful Combined Jewish Appeal
Initial Gifts event for the women on Miami Beach are Mrs A
LGhclcman (left! and Mrs. Abe L. Cassett, Initial Gifts co^
annZSrf ft" Carl .^inkle. Women's Division chairman.
announced their appointment to headline the Beach camoaiqn
SfltS5Mt *"* < Mrs. Inez fiflg
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Iris Lipton Eyes
June Marriage
Mr. an l Mrs. Samui 1 Lipton,
Vllis n Island, announce the
engagement ol their daughter, Iris
Dee to Sloven Allen Schultl MM1
.ir and Mrs, Stephen Sehultz.
i-i |\ dI Great Ni ck, L.I.. N Y
of 1724 BiarriU Dr
A graduate of Miami Beat
the future bride is a senior
..i the i niversit) ol Miami, ma
i .i g in Human Relal ioi S u
i- a mm mi" r ol s ;ma Delti ra
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om is
aduatc ol Gie Neck High
,i il the I liversity ol Flo "id -
re he n i < ived a Ba r ol
i Ac i\ pc :n bu sines* idinin-
istr iti n He is a m> i hw 0
Vlpha Kappa Psi and is an al
te ol Tau Epsilon Phi He is
"in' associated with a firm ol cei
tified public accountants.
Gladstone; Recjen
Plan for April
A spring ueddin in being plan
ned for Stephanie Helen Gladstone
and Martin Regen, of White Me ,
OM Lake. .\ J
Announcement of the betroth,
- mad, llu- week by the future
bride's parents, Mr and Mrs Mm
raj Gladstone, lTfii SW Uth SI
The bride-elect attended the
L'niversit) ': in Montreal and received
BA degrei from the fjniversitj
ol Florida, where she majored in
1 rei i h Her sorority is Delta Ph
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The prospective groom, son of
Mr an Mrs Hyman Regan, re
i-cived a BA degree is journalism
from Rutgers I7niverity arl is
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H Ito t'he lej Clifford tad Ath-
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Friday. 'anuary 17, 1964
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jNewman-Ash
Living in Calif.
After N.Y. Rites
Miss '.rlene Ruth Ash and
Arnold ^iiiord Newman were
married 03 Saturday evening, Dec.
7. by Rabbi Theodore S. Ros* at
the Ame- ti.iia Hotel in New York
City.
The parents of the couple are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash. 446.)
No Jefferson Ave., .Miami Beach.
end Mr and Mrs. Joseph New-
man, of Tw Garden Hills. N.Y.
The bride wore an empire gown
of whit, -at in with an overskUi
oi Spanish lace and carried an
arrange! ent of stephanotis on o
Bible.
Mrs. Arnold Gilbert, sister o
the brie -room, v as matron ol
honor, and Mr. Gilbert served a.-
best m.
Bridesi aids were Miss Juan
Kratish, .f Miami Beach and Ch
rago; Miss Nanct Klein, of Miami
Beach a:. New York; Miss Cam
h n Goldberg, of Boston, Mass.;
. nd M. Sheila Kassewitz, i
| m \S:ann i ch.
I -her- \> ere Stuart Newma
SI ier, Kobe:-. Snyder and
Norman der, .ill cousins of the
gi oom.
Mr :r Mrs. Newman are both
graduab <>t the L'niversily o
Mi mii. .i- I r le i- a member
ot Sigmt Delta Tau Sorority Her
husban fraternity i- Phi
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Now ng in California, the
couple nej mooi ed in Arizona
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Alan Shecter
Takes a Bride
I nrnu columnist fur The Jew
ish Flondian, Alan Shecter. and
Joanne Deane were married Sun-
day, Q4 ?2. in......'- Tein
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I'.nei ol t! \ !\ e '.- are
Mr and Mrs, Ezra Deane and Mr.
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KIS. ARNOID NEWMAN
. "il Mrs Louis K Shecter. all of
Baltimore, Md.
Shecter met his bride, now a
-ixth grade teacher, in June at
the 10th anniversary reunion ol
their high school class. They
hadn't seen one another since 1953.
Returned from a honeymoon
trip through Holland, France and
Spain, the newlyweds are living
at 903 Lake Dr.. Baltimore.
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MRS. ETHEL SHOCHET
extends her deep appreciation
and gratitude
*o Kef many, many friends for their
kind wishes received during
her illness and convalescence

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OOUTHGATE Group of Hadas-
sah held its fourth annual
Henrietta Szold luncheon Tues-
day afternoon at the Fontaine-
blea.ll Hotel, with Lewis Fashions
featured and coiffeurs created
by J. Baldi. Your columnist
served as commentator.
President of (he group, Mrs
Joseph Rosenberg, wore a petal
pink mo; gashel linen sheath
with wide horizontal inserts of
white clooney lace. Mrs. Tillie
Schwartz, chairman oi the lunch'
eon. chose a bright red chantilly
lace two-piece ensemble. Her
sheath -kin was lopped with the
waist skimming overblouse. A
white siik brocade coat with er
mine collar and cuffs completed
her ensemble.
Mrs. Henry Schwartz selected
a navy blue silk crepe Jumper
with a high-necked blouse and
a waist-length jacket. A red
and white polka-dotted jabot at
the neckline added .* bright spot
ot color.
lulRS. Philip Friedman's sand-
" colored silk shirtwaist fea-
tured embroidered flowers on
the bodice and vertical pencil
striped to the hem. Royal blue
embossed wool knit was the
choice of Mrs. Sam Schneider.
A grey wool .-heath was worn by
Mrs Abraham Bron.-tein. Double
circular embroidered appliques
Kneseth Israel
Games Party
Kneseth Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring a luncheon and games
parly a! the synagogue on Tues-
, ay at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. 1. Iluppert i~ chairman.
with Mrs. Gizella Weiss and Mrs
Etta Mandell co-chairmen, and
Mrs. Lillian Engel in charge of
tickets.
Sponsors for the afternoon are
Mesdames Franco Lilian. Louis
Dublin. D rothj Dlatt, Regina
Halperin, Gizella Weiss, Etta
Mandell. I. Ruppert, Lena l'opkm.
Regina Basel, Lillian Engel, Helen
llornstein. Dinah Halperin.
Mesdames Fanny Budowsky,
Fanny Sirot, Jennie Malina, Toby
Jaffe. Dora Malkin. Rose Rahino-
v.Hz. Ray Benjamin, Anna Gold-
man. Rose Ansel. Rose Lerner,
Kay Stolow I. B. Eisenstein, pres-
ident.
were outlined with rhinestones.
Mrs. Jack Sivin's three piece
Italian knit ensemble was in avo-
ca 0 yreen.
Mint green silk was worn by
Mrs. Dora Ackernian. The bod
ice of her suit was in tones of
green in an abstract print. Mrs.
Joseph Schwartz' silk print com-
bined blue and black into a geo-
metric pattern. The navy silk
-heath Mrs. Ed l.if.-lun wore had
white and pearl cav.er beads and
bugle beads embroidered on the
bodice. Yellow wool jersej with
matchira colored scroll embroid-
er) was the choice ol Mrs. Helen
S rzman
Mrs. \i Feder's three-piece
knit ensemble was from Bol-
gium The overblouse was red.
and the skirt and jacket were in
a couble knit pattern Royal
blue -ilk alpaca was Mrs. Rudi
Hal's choice for the afternoon.
Her sheath dress had its own
matching fitted jacket. Mrs.
Cecile Prince wore a three-piece
white Italian knit ensemble. Her
jacket was covered with white
caviar beads and handed down
the front and across the bottom
with fringe created with the
caviar beads.
n e -
ttJRS. Murray Alman was in a
w" shocking pink silk costume
ensemble, which was completed
with a black mink-trimmed black
peau de soie coat. Muted hunter
green was worn by Mrs. Bert
Rosenberg. The neckline of her
modified shift was deeply band-
ed with iridescent bugle beads.
Ombred shades of brown pre-
dominated in Mrs. Harry Hershs
-ilk jacket dies-. Warm brown
peau de soie banded the collar
of her jacket.
Mrs Allied Harrow wore a
white two-piece Italian knit. The
buttons on her jacket were in
cherry red with green foliage
around each button. The cher-
ry motif was carried through
around the bottom of her jacket.
Aqua silk was Mrs. Morn- Witt-
niman's choice for the luncheon.
Her sheath featured a Bavarian
lace bodice which was deeply
scooped. Mrs Munis Parker's
white wool -nit featured a
silk print in her bodice, and it
\> .is repeated in the Iiiiiiil: of
her jacket.
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Friday. January 17, 1964
Participants in the dedication of Col. David cus, JWV National Commander Daniel N.
Marcus Post No. 746 of the Jewish War Vet- Heller, Post Patron Jack S. Popick and Post
-Tans of the U.S.A. Sunday night included Commander Noah Schisel. Some 250 persons
:eft to right) Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Israel Con- attended the impressive ceremonies at B'nai
?ul General Zeev Z. Dover, Mrs. David Mar- Raphael Congregation..
David Marcus Post Dedicated At B'nai Raphael
Col. David Marcus Post No. 746
I the Jewish War Veterans of the
nited Slates was dedicated Sun-
By night at impressive ceremon-
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BOBBY SHERMAN
Outstanding Comedian
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ELEANOR LA FORGE
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ies viewed by more than 250 per-
sons at B'nai Raphael Congrega-
tion. The North Dade post is the
only JWV unit in the United States
named in honor of the late Amer-
ican hero of Israel's War of In-
dependence.
Taking part in the program,
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
S. Popick and Mechanics Uniform
.Service, were Mrs. Emma Mar-
! cus. widow of the man best known
as Mickey Marcus. Israel Consul
General Zeev Z. Dover and the:
rational commander of the JWV,
Daniel N. Heller, of Niami Beach.,
Mrs. Marcus and Popick were
presented with JWV patron pins
by Heller and Post Commander
Noah Schisel in recognition of
their part in the renaming of the
post. Schisel announced the
post has grown in less than on* ,
year from 13 members to more '
than 80, and launched a mem- >
bership goal of ISO.
Flagler-Granada
Carnival Slated
Rick Shaw, local radio and tele-
vision personality, will conduct a
I disc jockey show and dance con-
test at the Flagler-Granada Jew-
: ish Center on Sunday.
Shaw is the disc jockey for
; Radio Station WQAM and master
I of ceremonies for Ch. 10s "Sat-
urday Hop."
Ferris wheel, whip and merry-
; go-round rides will be featured at
| the carnival, as well as games and
i a bazaar consisting of all new mer-
chandise. Stuffed animal prizes
will be awarded to game winners.
The Carnival will be held from
noon until dusk at the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center, 50 NW
1 51st PI. The public is invited.
Dover and Heller lauded Mar
CUR* key role in Israel's victory ii
1948, when the West Point grad
uate led the forces which lifted
the long siege of Jerusalem and
then was killed in action only six
hours before the first Israel Arab
cease fire.
Mrs. Marcus made a moving
response to Ihe preservation to
her of a plaque marking the tledi
cation of the post, saying that the
same feelings which led her hus
band to volunteer for active duty
in the U.S. Army before World
War II prompted him to offer his
services to the Haganah. "There
just was no question about Mick
cy's going." Mrs. Marcus said.
Numerous county and city of-
ficials joined with almost all ot
the top-level officers of the JWV
Florida State Department in the
program, which was concluded by
a dance.
Singing Star of Cinema
Delmiree, exciting French Bel-
gian singing star, will headline
the all-new Yiddish-American vau
deville show opening Friday at
Leon Schacter's Cinema Theatre.
Coming direct from Paris, Del-
miree sings in .-even languages
including Yiddish, Hebrew. Hal
ian, French and Greek, as well as
cantorial chants
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Racing again is in store for turf
fans as Hialeah Park opens its
40-day meeting Friday with a
i.ine-race program featuring the
$25,000 Royal Poinciana. a six-fur
long handicap.
The meeting, climaxed bv the
$100,000 added Flamingo closing
day. Tuesday, Mar. 3. is the rich"
est in the track's historv and its
overall purses of $2,319,781 have
hired the nation's top stables and
jockeys.
S i x champions, representing
mree con incuts, are among the
host of equine stars due to com-
pete in the 16 rich stage events,
with the overall purse dirtribu,
Hon including $650,000 for the add-
ed money sperials. Both the total
purses and added money are Flo,-,
ula records.
Hialeah Art
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Menorah Ladies
Luncheon Slated
Temple Menorah Sisterhood Ulll
I old ts annual -Stairwav the
Mars' luncheon on Wednesday a
"I the Dora! Beach Hotel
A fash.on show by Wilma and
roram, "f entertainmenl w
"' featured at the affair
"a. Norman Harrow is chair
I ;:''" "f.'hc day, and Mrs. Sam
Belsky is Sisterhood president.
Shore Auxiliary Marks 10th Year
North Shore Ladies' Auxiliary. Normandy Isle.
Jewish War Veterans of the I'nit- During the evening, the Auxil*
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annivertary wttll a WrtnfJrj' par .rman, pas! national j.resiknt. a
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plcry. January 17, 1964
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Page H-S
Man Behind Publication of Biblical Study
Is Actually a Top Wall Street Financier
tostm KHUUM
orah Fund*
leeting Theme
h David Sisterhood will meet
Hednesdty, 11:30 a.m.. at Spector
!all.
Theme of the January meeting
"Tarah Fund."
Mrs. Louis Seitlin, president,
fctatcd '"this is the first time the
Jewish TheoloRical Seminary is
conducting a combined fund-rais-
ig drive to include the buil.ling
)f the Mathildc Schechter Rest-
]<>ncu Hall for Women with the
Torah Fund.
"Our support of this joint ap-
Ipeal will help guarantee the real-
fizatno of a long-awaited dream."
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
[Aliroham J. Karp. of Reth El Syn
|agogue, Rochester. N.Y.
Mrs. Seymour Friend is chair-
Inian. Co-chairmen are Mrs. Max
lllandshu, Mrs. Harold Berke and
I Mrs. Nathan Speiuelman.
Hypnotist to Perform
TiUrcth Israel Sisterhood will
hold its rejnsTar meeting on Thurs-
t\ayv Jan. 23. in the Social Hall.
ifc>0ft*o. Miami Ave H. Leslie
^nigj. h\pnotist. will perform.
"Graphic History of the Jewish
leritagc." one of the most inter-
ring booki on the Bible to come
iff the presses in many years,
vill be the subject of a discus-
iion on the "Lamp Unto My Feet"
talional television program sched-
ile for this Sunday, 10 a.m., over
VTVJ Ch. 4.
The book will be discussed dur-
ng the -Tree of Life" portion of
he program ponsored regularly
>y the Jewish Theological Semi-
lary of America. Discussant will
*e Dr. Sioney Hoenig, professor
on the faculty of the Seminary,
who translated Uic "Graphic His-
tory" from Hebrew into English.
Editor of the work, a unique en-
cyclopedic presentation with illus-
trations, charts, vignettes and
tables, is P. Wollman-Tsamir. Pub-
lisher i> Shengold, 45 W. 45th St..
New York.
Man behind the publication
and distribution of tha work is
a Naw York realtor and stock-
broker, with offices on Wall
Street. He is Joseph Schlang,
who was influenced to take an
imporant part in the production
of the "Graphic History" by
Lie Detector
To be Exhibited
A lie deter tor will be exhibited,
and its us > and principles de-
scribed at a meeting of Beth Dav-
id Young Adults on Tuesday, 8:30
p.m.. in the social hall.
Conducting the demonstration
will be F.veret Kay ar.d Harold
Lokas, owners an5 operators of
the American Lie Detection Ser-
vices.
Other plans of the organization
call for an afternoon at the Miami
SequariunT on Sunday, Jan. 26,
leaving from Beth David at 1
p.m., and a Valentine dance with
live music on Feb. 15.
Herman Wcuk, the world re- ;
nowr.ed novelist.
"Wouk praised the book and its J
educational value." Scnlang ex-,
plained. "He js a long-time friend, |
and I volunteered to assist him
in raising the funds needed to.
;i>sure publication."
During the past 33 years,
Schlanj!, together with his broth-
ers, has managed, controlled or
owned some of Wall Street's most
important buildings. In 13>5. he
first proposed large scale housinu
lor Wall Street as part of a gi-
gantic- "walk to work" plan that.
Irter became known as "I'topia
in Wall Street."
Schlang is also a limited part
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change firm of Kalb, Voorhis &
Co.
What does he do in his "spare"
time? He is on the National Coun-
cil of the Metropolitan Opera Asso-
ciation of New York and last year
became the first Patron of the
Metropolitan in a new organiza-
tion involving some 2.">0 persons
who supply substantial Mims of
money to help cover the annual
deficits ot the Met.
He is a founder of the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, a
Master Builder of Yeshiva Uni-
versity, and a founder of Tech-
nion Institute of Technology in
Israel.
He was a director and officer
for 20 jears_ of the Synagogue
Council of America" and the Union
of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of Amorka. Schlang helped fi-
nance another book. The Bible
and Modern Medicine," and he is
the author of "The Financial B--
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1955."
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Friday. January 17. 1964H>
~Z,l ZT ui:ii r rhair Foods and Hotels Unit
Blank. Kenin Will wo-una rr|J*" Sec, Bakers suPPiy. is chairman 0. ,h
Leadership for one of the most cha.rman ol the ^^ Rakers ^^
.mportant Trade Divisions in the t.on. Jacob bk.ar. ------------
annual Combined Jewish Appeal
caiiipaisn. th'e Food and Hotel Di
F
101/ KtNIH
IH1IHG COWAN
Hotel Group Names Chairman
Lou Kenin, president of the Al] the Hotel Group of the 1964 Com-
gicrs Hotel, and Irving Cowan, bined Jewish Appeal, it was an-
president of the Diplomat Hotel, nounced by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
will serve as chairman and asso- 1964 CJA chairman,
date chairman, respectively, of. Honorary chairmen ot the Hotel
' Group will be former division
chairmen and long time leaders
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration Joseph M. Rose, of the
Royal Palm Hotel, and Judge Jos-
eph X. Xorris, of the St. Moritz
Hotel.
"We are extremely pleased to
join Rabbi Lehrman in the one
annual campaign for 57 agen-
cies serving our Greater Miami
community and Jewish people
in Israel and throughout the
world," the newly appointed
chairmen said.
Federation and its local agen-,
cies are important to the welfare,
of our community, of our families
and of the employees and guests |
of our hotels.
"We welcome the opportunity
to share in this philanthropic;
drive sponsored by our Jew ish
community, which is second only
to the United Fund."
jmnr biank
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Tifereth Jacob
Synagogue Youth
Schedule at Temple Tilereth
Jacob includes a meeting of Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth on Sunday, 7
p.m.. in the social hall.
On Monday evening the Sister-i
hood will hold a board meeting
at 8 p.m.. with the general meet-;
ing slated lor the same hour on
Wednesday.
Following early services on Fri-
day. Jan. 24, the Sisterhood will
-ponsor its annual Sabbath din-j
rer beginning at 7 p.m. Mrs. Mil-
dred Wascowitz is in charge of;
reservations.
vision, which covers hotels, motels,
food stores, distributors and res-
taurants in every area of Dade
County, has been announced by
Dr. Irving Lehrman. ISM CJA
chairman.
Jerry Blank, of National Brands,
and Lou Kenin. president of the.
Algiers Hotel, will serve as co-
chairmen ol the group and be
assisted hy Harry Susskind. ot
United Purveyors, Inc., serving a>
associate chairman.
"Last year our luncheon, host-
ed by Bernard Stevens and me,
was memorable for the appear-
ance of Arnold Forster, of the
Anti-Defamation League, and
resulted in record support for
CJA by our industry," Blank de-
clared. "I am confident that
we will do even better this year,
thanks to those who have volun-
teered their leadership."
Blank announced that Jack
Stein, of Thrifty Super Market, will
serve as chairman of the Food
Group, assisted by Bernard Haus-
man. of Food Fair Stores, as co-
chairman. Joseph Cohen will
serve as vice chairman ot the
group.
Ed Dokson, of United Purvey-
ors, will again serve as chairman
of the Produce Croup In the
Food Group. Robert Feldman, Of
Dade County Dairies, will serve
as chairman of the Dairy Pro
ducts Section, and II. James Cat
lin, of Quesenberry & Catlin, and
Edgar Boncy will serve as oo
chairmen ol the Food Brokers
Section.
Ernest E. Harris. Red Road
Food Market, will be chairman ot
the Supermarkets and Grocers
Section, and Herbert Paige, Pepsi
Cola Corporation, will serve .i- CO
Shomrim Elects
Blank President
Shomrim of Florida, an organi
zation of retired Jewish police
men. held its monthlj meeting and
annual installation of officers at
the Roney Plaza Hotel on Wed
nesday.
Guest speaker and installing of-
ficer was Miami Beach Police
Chief Rock) Pomerance. Outgo
ing President Abe Levy presided.
New officers installed were Her-
bert J. Blank, president; Saul C.
Metz, vice president; Isadore Mar-
golis, secretary; David Kozlin.
treasurer; and Thebsy Feltenstein,
sergeant-at-arms.
Jack Garfield and Dan Harris
also began three-year terms on
the Board of Governors.
MEET HAROLD A.
ATTORNEY
CIVIC LEADER
President, Civic Committee
for Interama; Member, Gov t.
Research Council; President.
Temple Sinai of North Dad*.
"I BELIEVE:
Dade County Needs New
Industry and More Payrolls.
'That Dade County is ONE
ECONOMIC UNIT which can
only be Fully Developed if if is
RID OF POLITICAL
SECTIONALISM."
Harold A. Greene.
f.l \.!v.

FOR dIGNITY AND ACTION
Pull Lever 11A For Harold A.
1
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District?! County Commission
PULL LEVER 27A
"A PRODUCT OF THE AMERICAN WAY"
ELECT GEORGE 2
MILHET
METRO COMMISSION
DISTRICT 6
IM i Ailv
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FREE ROOM & BOARD
FOX MATURE WOMAN
in exchange for companionship and
some help with my invalid husband.
UN 6-1824
MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN WANTED
GOOD COOK
LIVE IN
Ph. UN 6-9727
WANTED ROOM
FOR MIDDLE-AGED MAN
Clean Habits. Permanent.
Reference Furnished.
Phone 10 A.M. to 2 P.M., 532-7011
NURSE-COMPANION
to live In with elderly lady. Nice
Miami Beach apt. Sufficient compen-
sation for the right and kind person
who must speak also German.
CALL 9 to 6 UN 6-6427
SASS0
' VOL'R COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT I
PULL LEVER 13A
A PROVEN RECORD OF 14 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT
Interama in '64.
More Jobs! Better Paycheck '
Expansion of Dade Jr. College end
' iTi Stems**Dode cun'> "-
Senior CitUm Wrbwjjj, and Retraining Centers
THIS IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION
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Friday. January 17, 1964
fJewlsti ffcrietiar)
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MB I
Katzen Heads Masonic Temple
worshipful master, presiding as
installing officer.
HOWARD KATZEN
Howard M. Katzen was install-
ed Saturday as worshipful master
ot Hibiscus Lodge 275, Order of
the Masons, in ceremonies held at Past masters were presented by
the Hibiscus Masonic Temple, 955 E- Albert I'allot. founding master
Alton R. ut the Miami Beach Lodge in 1948.
Katzen is the youngest officer' i,nd I)r Irving Lehrman, spiritual
to step up to the top Masonic post, lcafflpi" Temple Kmanu-KI. offer-
capping seven years of member ed ,tlc henediction.
ship. He is a University of Miami Walter S. Falk, a past master
f'radiiate, with a Bachelor's dcree '" 1959. niade a presentation of
in Business Administration. He\ serv'ice awards, and Jerome S.
became associated with Norton Mer,in Presided as grand marshal
Tire Company in 1953, and cur (llir'n ,,H' installation proce-
rently serves as vice president.
Participating in the colorful
program, attended by 400 per-
sons, were Moie J. L. Tendrich,
who delivered the welcome;
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard;
and Norton S. Pallot, a former
dures.
Katzen, his wife, Barbara, an,1:
Greenberg Branch
Cultural Program
Kennel Club Will Launch Action
Poale Zion Chaim Greenberg
Branch will hold its annual cul-
tural program on Thursday even-
ing. Jan. 23, at the Farbaiul Cul
. ,. lural Center. 842 Washington Ave,
Action will return to the Miami Schooling sessions are scheduled, Dr Simon Wilensky president
Beach Kennel Club Tuesday night nightly except Sunday. Jan. 21 said that I)r Nathaniel Soroff'
hen lights go on for official through 29. starting at 6:30. The consultant to the Bureau of Jew-
schoolings in preparation tor open-1 schedule calls for some 40 races ish Education, will bo chairman
ng ot the track's 36th season on per night, run off in rapid succes i \\xv evening
their three children, Lynn Beth,
Bruce Alan, and David Edward,
live at 6320 SW 62nd Ter.
The committee in charge of the
installation included Bernard Ros-
enblatt, chairman. Nathaniel G
Kirsch and Ben Lipson. Reception
( 'mmTttee_ consisted of Morris
VMfH'lu'J'l',"" chairman. BWjaTiiTIi
Marquit. Milton Lyons. Jerry Ber-
man, Ben Myckon. Jack Gochman.
Philip Katzen, Harris Wasserman.
Robert Geringer and Joseph Bcr
man.
Arrangements Committee was
headed by Emanucl Lorber. and
included Seymour Friend. Louis
Auerbach, Milton Hurwitz, Jerry
Bernian, Harris Wasserman and:
Morris Grumer.
i
Standard bearers who took part:
in the flag ceremony were Ben'
Myckon. David A. Wasserman, |
and Saul Weinstein.
James H. Norton was in charge!
of the Publicity Committee.
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Serv. Daily Salt, Sugar, Fat-free
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Mashgiach for Steaks.Roasti
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FREE: 21" TV, Radio each Rm.
Self-Parking adjoins hotel. Chaise
Lounges A Mats. Orange Juice
Daily. Entertainment Nightly.
Many other features.

b. l
Psychiatrist to Speak
Parents Without Partners, Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, will hold their
meeting at the Bel Aire
! on Tuesday .it B p.m. Dr.
living Breakstone, p-ychiatrist. on the greyhounds before the ac-
II bi featured speaker. tu.il race meet starts."
sionone right after the other.
"These are full-Hedged dress
rehearsals, with entries wearing
post position blankets as in regu-
lar races.' said General Manager
Bill Gardner, "Gates will be open
.ind admission free to all who
wish t" come out and get a line
Featured will be Cantor Mirsh
Adler, ot Temple Emanu HI
Guest speaker will be Itzhak Fen-
Iger, of the AJiyah Department of
the Jewish Agency.
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Hannah Kahn. Miami poet and
iournali-t. discussed poetry at
Barry College on Wednesday even
ing. Author of "Eve's Daughter,"
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kja*' David Mufson
Dr. Irvii.g Lehrman. spiritual
. ader of Temple Emanu-El. will
liciute at the Bar Mitzvah of.
I avid, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Julius
'.ifson. on Saturday morning,!
. tn. 18. at the Temple.
The celebrant is an honor roll
.. jdent in the seventh grade at

Alan Olist Dovid Million
Steven Shapiro Robert Lehrman
a M. Fisher Junior High, where
is a member of the accelerated
i athematics class. He is inter-
ted in athletics and plays on
I school teams.
David's grandparents, Mr. and
'3. Mort Jacobs and Mr. an.i
Mrs. Ben Mufson. will attend the
L.r Mitzvah.
The celebrant will be honored
;' a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow-
_ Ihe service and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Eden
: c Hotel.
Alan Glist
Late afternoon services. 4:45
i., at Temple B'nai Abraham.
< nducted by Rabbi Nathan 11.
itman, v. ill include (he Bar
;zvah ci Alan Glist on Satur-
. Jan. 18.
Parents of Ihe celebrant arc
and Air-. Hal II. Glist. 825"NE
. 'th St.
: .i v. ill be honored a! the Oneg
- abbat on Friday evening and at
Kiddush on Saturday following
v'.- ceremony,
Steven Shapiro
During services at Belh David
ngregation on Saturday morn-
-'. Jan. 18. Steven Martin, son
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Shapiro.
11 become Bar Mitzvah. with
abbf Norman N. Shapiro otti-
i sting.
In the seventh grade at Shciian-
doah Junior High School, the cele-
brant is interested in psychology
and plays saxophone. His hobbies
rre coin collecting and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Shapiro will be
hosts at a Kiddush in Spector Hall
lollowing the services.
Robert Lehrman
Bar Mitzvah of Robert Lehrman
v ill take place on Saturday morn-
ing, Jan. 18, at Temple Adath
Yeshurun. Kabbi Jonah Caplan
will officiate.
Robert Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Lehrman. who be-
came charter members of the con-
gregation five years ago.
An honor student in the eighth
grade at North Miami Beach Jun-
ior High, the celebrant plays base
clarinet in the school's concert
band.
In announcing new standards for
Bar Mitzvah. Rabbi Caplan con-
gratulated Robert and said that
-Jewish education is the privilege
of not just the elected few. but of
all Jews. Jewish education is in-
tended to make every Jew self-
sufficient so that he will be able
to fulfill all the requirements of
Jewish life. |
"Leading the congregation in
prayer is not delegated only to
rabbis and cantors. Every male
Jew. if properly versed, can lead
the congregation at services.
"To achieve this goal. Temple
Adath Yeshurun has raised the
standards tor Bar Mitzvah to in-
clude the chanting of the service
by the young man on the day he
becomes a qualified member of
the Jewish community."
O '.
Ira Lewis
On Saturday morning. Jan. 18,
Ira, son of Mrs. GertruJe Lewis,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Ner Tamid.
Ira is a student at Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School and Nau-
tilus Junior High.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will of-
ficiate, and a reception will fol-
low the services.
Richard Rosenberg
On Saturday morning. .Ian. 18.
Richard Jaj Rosenberg will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion, with
Rabbi Allied Waxman officiat-
ing.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior nigh, the celebrant
rece ved hi- Hebrew education at
Temple Zion's Religious School.
interested in riflery and track.
Richard has received award- and
honor certificates in marksman-
ship. His hobbies are short-wave
radio, -stamps, coins, and breeding
tropiial fish.
Parents o" the Bar Mitzvah, Mr.
and Mrs. Murray D. Rosenberg.
5939 S\V ICth fer., have been
members of Temple Zion for 10
years. They will honor their son
at the Kiddush following services
tnd at a reception and dinner at
the Deauville Hotel in the even-
ing.
Richard's paternal grandmoth-
SUvtn Gtwanttr
Carlo Pillock
Jeffrey Smtr
er, Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, will be tar of the ^*j** ***
here from New York for the oc Car a **^jfc **
taslon- a, a reception Saturday afternoon
Jacqueline Reiter at the Nautilus Hotel.
Jacqueline, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Reiter. will become Bas Jeffrey Sager
savus: ffs.K -* sssr
An oneg Shabba. in Jackie's Eg** g* Smn K
honor will follow the services. Shapiro U1 offMate.
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Reiter An eighth grade student, at
and prepared by Sisterhood. Shonandoah Junior High '- >
A student a, the Beth Moshe P^s football His hobb, .scorn-
Hebrew School, the celebrant at- collecting.
ten.!s Westview Junior High Following the service. Mi and
Mr- Sager v. ill be hosts at a m Carla Pollack USli in Spector Hall
Da* Mitzvah oi Carla. daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. Irving Pollack. Steven Gewanter
will be celebrated Saturday morn Steven Marc, so:: ol Mr. ana
in Jan 18 at Temple Emanu-El Mrs. Solomon Gewanter. 9640
Dr, Irving Lehrman will officiate Broadview Dr.. will be Bar Mitz
A student in Nautilus Junior van at Temple Menorah on satur
High seventh grade and a mem day morning, Jan 18 Rabbi Ka>
Pioneer Women Plan Local Events Here;
Jewish Agency Official to be Visitor
Friday. January 17, 1964
or Abramowitz will officiate.
The celebrant was a student of
the Temples Religious School and
i, in the eighth grade at Nautilus
Junior High, where he is a mem-
bet of the Science Club and Re-
m i ,e Band. His hobbies are scuba
diving, swimming and boating.
Dinner reception Steven's
honor will be held at Temple
Menorah on Saturday evening.
Jonathan Davidwn
Services Saturday morning, Jan.
IS at the Israelite Center, con-
ducted by Rabbi S. T. Swirsky,
will include the Bar Mitzvah of
Jonathan Davidson.
A student at the Center's Re-
ligious School, the celebrant is
in the sixth grade at Shenandoah
Junior High, where he is in the
Drama Department.
Mrs (lertrude Davidson will
honor her son at the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday night Mid at the Kid-
dush on Saturday following the
ceremony.
FCNIGCR
3abbi Abraham I. Sofia, Raav Hamachsher of the United
.Cashru'.h Association, shows the 1964 green sign to the officers
of the UKA. Signs will be displayed in all kosher butcher
shops which are under the UKA's supervision as a safeguard
:or the public. Left to right are Joe Wilensky. vice president
of the UKA; Herman Dale, secretary; Norman Kaplan, pres-
ident; and Rabbi Safra.
Itzhak Feniger, representative
ol the Jewish Agency Aliyah Di-
vision, will visit Miami from Jan.
22 to 28. setting up an informa
tion center lor the Jewish Agency
at the ZOA of-
fices. 1370 Wash-
ington Ave.
Feniger will
meet with stu-
dents intending
to study at uni-
versifies. col-
leges and yeshi
vol in Israel:
young people in-
terested in the
Kibbutz Ulpan,
which is a ix-month Hebrew stud-
ies and work program; people in-
terested in taking a Hebrew
course at a residential lip in,
with room and board; and people
interested in spending a limited
period in Israel working in their
particular field.
Feniger will also be meeting
with potential middle class set-
, tiers, investors for large or small
enterprises, skilled workers and
professionals, and retired people.
Feniger has been an active
leader in the Zionist youth move-
ment, went to Palestine in 1931
and became one of the founders
el Kibbutz Givat Chaim. He has
been a delegate to a number ol
Zionist Congresses
In charge of appointments with
Feniger is Mrs. Milton Green,
president of Greater Mian-,; Coun
nl oi Pioneer Women.
Mi s. Dora Offenhenden, presi
dent of Beba Idelson Chapter, an-
nounces a luncheon card party
with entertainment in horn
Vice President Esther Weinsl i
The special event, sponsor* b}
Mrs. Rae Weistarg, will be held
on Monday, 12:30 p.m. at the
Bel Aire Hotel.
Proceeds of this affair will go
to the Child Rescue Fund in 1-
rael.
Pioneer Women's youngest chap
tor. Aviva ciob, will hold its reg
ular month!) card party and lunch
eon on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m at
its regular meeting place. First
Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
ciation Friendship Room 900 XF.
125th St. Mrs. Alfred Lichtblau
heads the chapter.
* 1x
Clob Two, Mrs. Ida Liftman,
president, is having a regular
meeting en Monday. 8 p m.. in the
Farband Center, 842 Washington
Ave. s. E. Berkenblit will give
a review on "Jewish Cultural
Movement in the I9th Century "
Members and friends are invited
Mis [saac Pushkin, president ol
Gclda Meir Club, announce- the
next re ulai meeting on Wednes-
day, l pin Meeting place is
Washington Ave.
Mrs, Mary Kleiman, Jewish Na-
tional Fund chairman, will be in
Ihe evening, which is
dedicated to an earl) celebi I
ol ru B Sh< vat.
Z Kogan, ol the JN
will speak on the significai
Tu B'Shcval
rhere will musical pro
pram d .. n
freshments. Mrs. Belt) Hei
i
".!'!, ,i i Sorofl i- co
chasi i the evening,
'Choi Reception'
Leaders Happy
Over Response
Sam Feinstein. president Of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee, this week said he was
.ratiln d at the response to the
ihai reception and dinner an-
nounced here for Jan. 28 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Feinstein was joined by Jacob
Rifkin, chairman of the evening,
u. urging Greater Miamiane to
, ttend tin- function.
Honored will be Moshe Ber-
man, executive director of His-
tadrut here and the Business
rid Professional Council for
Kupat Holim.
H.rman will be cited "for 18
years of dedicated service and a
lifetime of extraordinary devotion
to the ideals of Israel's pioneer
builders, Histadrut "
"We are proud to honor Mr.
nan." Feinstein and Rifkin J-*
ile,hired He DM mven so much
ol his energies and talent to the
ideals ol Israel Histadrut since
Ins arrival here seven years ago.'*
Feirstein noted that "before
he came to Miami, there was
virtually no Histadrut campaign
locally." Ar.d Rifkin credited
German with "single-handedly
orqaniiirg the Kupat Hofim
Council."
The Jan. L'8 function, in the
lorm ol :i Tu B'Shev&t celebra-
tion, will also cite Herman for
his leadi rship in launching the
i ampaign for the Greater Miami
"Vieuical Center now being erect-
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Friday. January 17, 1964
vJenisli Ftrridifon
Paqe lSo
Aaron Weirlcle Passes Away. 59
: FROST, lira. Bmlier, 85, of 5730 N '
3rd Si. Nivii if iii New ^ 01
! RiVi-rslde
Services for businessman Aaron Division of the Combined Jewish G""Nf^LA:.A;'''s.','ili.:'.'-'"',.,"' x
Weiokle, who died Jan. 11 at the Appeal. '* '" :ultiji.
KOSLOFF. Louie, 7S, of 1027 IV;
ft>i\iinln Ave. Services hi .\
Tors? IlLutberg,
f 1200 I
bjeol 59. were held Jan 13 in' Surviving, .are his wife, Rose:
(.crfTon Funeral Home, with inter- threc s6'ns, Roy, Alan' anil Garv;
inert in Mt. Ncbo Cemetcrv.
a daughter, Lynne; five brothers, ^"aCc". ^sbcr"'
A partner in Weinkle Liquor Moses, Carl and Dr. I. Newton, of cohen. isador, 76, ol J.1S5 i: Tri
Stores. Weinkle and his brother, Miami Beach, Leo, of Asheville,
Carl, were 10-foimders and part- N.C., Jack, of Hendersonville,
ners in Carls Markets until it N.C.; and a sister. Mrs. Leah
was sold t,i Food Fair lo years Chaikin. of Miami Beach.
ago.
Weinkle came here from Atlan
ta 33 years ago, and lived at 4200
Toledo St. An Army food spec
ialist in World War II. he was
;: member ol the American Legion
and VFW. composer and teacher, died Jan. silvehstein. .low-ph no of
He served on the Beth David;' A Universi,v of Miami ">"
boa
of
i'i-.. mil Jan. 10. Itlverali
Closton. Clinton obla, 74, of II
M-: is;l d s ., dli i| Jan. 9. s
vices in Jackson! i I -. Rlvi
LEBOVITZ, Max, 77, ni 1321 Bui
A VI.......i I .ir ItOCKaWH.! N
< .Ian. :. Service* In New v..
R v r-nl, .
RFSNICK. Mm Jenny, 77, of : 15 I
\\ -.. died Jan. i". Kei
in Xi iv V'i rk. Ill* erslde.
BFRNSTEIN. .Mr.-. Sarah, 82,
271 S\V :.ml A-.-. Cordon.
Dr. Joel Belov. .0, violinist, CROSS. Harry, 74, of ..... IVnnt
\.mi A v. R
Dr. Joel Belov, 70
Noted Musician
ii
aid for 20 years, was a member ,ealhcr since 193S- Dr- Belov serv- MITH. Mrs Mollle, :,. | ... v
. the Greater Miami Jewish Fed- concertmaster of the UM \!^\^ *"' Broom.
eration and served in the Food s-vmPno">' and assistant to unkeless. Mrs. i ,.,. ... of 2
conductor Arnold Volpe lor 11 I',1;,,"""-.",.''.. \ ''"
Hill-. N V. Riverside.
years. weiner. m. tviia, si. oi
A native of Russia. Dr. Belov \!iZ' s^,^'vi" ~ '"""'
attended the Imperial Conserva-. m!,^*noes. Isidore, ::. ,.i :-m, .-.
e ., -, -.lil St., (Ilwl .(;ii:. :i, S^r\li_".a
tory of Ekatermoslav and the Roy Brooklyn, Riverside.
/illiam Mechanic (seated) hands over his personal check on
behalf of the annual dinner of Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch
cheduled for Jan. 26 at the Deauville Hotel. Looking on are
liami Beach Councilman Hyman Galbut and Metro Commis-
sioner Alex Gordon, this week named chairmen of the dinner.
Gordon to Chair Cu,ler Named to Committee
lerkos Dinner
Arbor Day Fete
" al Conservatory in Austria. After ALVK,.N- ,Vr "",' 8y If- *'
On Sunday, at 10 a.m., the boys coming to the United States in III'..i. s. "man!15 '" "' *""
and girls of both the Sunday and 1909. he attended the Pcabodv ^m?*,*1' mJ": M"'!y', 7,' Ai*
daily Hebrew Schools will partici-. Conservatory. Riverside/1 'v,'b U"Jok':
pate in a tree-planting and land-
sheff. Mm. I.lxxle, S, or H7i Mi
Belore arriving in Miami. Dr neiiie It. Newmai
scape project at the new Temple D ,allh, ... th CurU. 'Inat, spivack. itmil... ,n. ,., ...... w.
Beth Shirah a, 7500 SW ,20th St ,Tl.1Xjtf ? $5**.""....... "......
To k'XV '"?' Nw Yrk Philharmonic Svm- W^^T-RAU?;, "xl'lv,'.'-,,'' "'" ; "
TU B She at saplings, flowers h orchestra and the Phila- **kSamSR* 'ruTrh.....,-.
lere Jan. 26
M< tro Commissioner Alex Gor
has been named chairman of
[bcal Merkos L'Inyonei Chi-
nch dinner scheduled for Jan. 26
the Deauville Hotel.
po-chairman of the function will
Louis Merwitzer. president of
Hebrew Academy of Greater
pa in i.
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch is the
ntral organization for Jewish
.nation of the Luhavitcher
|vcment. Rabbi Abraham Korf.
Miami Beach, is regional di-
tor.
[Harry Rosenberg, recently
meri chairman of the Ar-
|r.gements Committee, said that
Ore than 500 persons are ex-
|cted to attend the annual
fiction. Proceeds are for the
bre than ISO day schools in
^rocco and Israel sponsored
the movement.
lests of honor at the dinner
|>e Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kram-
Of Miami Reach, active SUD-
D'S of the Merkos and the
ntcher movement.
A. Budd Cutler, local leader,
has been named to the 1964 Bien-
nial Convention Committee of the
National Jewish Welfare Board, it
as announced by Solomit Litt.
New York, JWB president. The
JWB convention will be held from
Apr. 15 to 19 at the Statler Hilton
Hotel. Boston, Mass Mrs Robert
M. Klein. New York, is chairman
of the JWB Biennial Convention
Committee.
and sod Will be planted, with each
class having :i section lor decora-
tion. Three memorial areas will
phony
delphia Orchestra.
He lived v ith his wife, Mollie,
U l Ave died .Ian.
s- In ChlciR... Rivendde.
~r 1 .1 R5, of 1 ISO N
s, i\;i-, > in HviHilton, i
l-i :
\ '
'. Abraham, 82, of 1013 i
k Dr. Service in N
.i i -i'l,-.
--RUSS. Mm i ....i. SJ, 1.1 .;;i |;,|.
\v, \: ,m,i,
Mom Sisterhood
i William Dickson, president
Florida Branch of the Na-
Women'8 League, United
lo-'uc (if America, was to dis-
VLeague and Sisterhood"' at
Icting Thursday of the Or
Sisterhoo I, with a question
ii-..ci- session following.
>n'ilma.
fgnified, beautiful and
verently cared for
prroundings for our
Jrted loved ones aro
[source of very real
^toaili
niCnrsivi iewishfi-.'tii"y
2 '(wr///?/
IMUI II 'V
M0 1-7693
Beach Lodge
Israel Night
Miami Beach Lodge of B'nai
B'rith will hold its annual meet
ing devoted to the State of Israel
Wednesday night. 8 p.m., at the
Algiers Hotel. President Samuel
Weiner announced.
Southern premiere of a new
film. "This is Israel," produced
for the Israel Government Tour-
ist Office, will be included on the
program, which i> open to the
public.
Gerald Schwartz, president elect
of the lodge, will moderate a panel
discussion on "Israel1964."
Arthur Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation; Capt. Leo Gard-
ner. Southea-tern regional man-
ager of El Al I.-rael Air Lines; Leo
Rutstein, regional director of the
American Tcchnion Society; and
Mrs Kilyth Ociger. executive sec-
iclary of the South Florida Di-
vision Of Ih-,' American Friends of
the Hebrew University, comprise
the panel.
Perimiitter Will
Speak at Sholom
Nathan lYrlmrttcr. executive
director, Florida Regional Office
ol the Anti Defamation League of
B'rai B'rith, who recently return
ed trom Germany, ".ill speak'at
the monthly brunch of the Broth-
erhood mi Sunday morning, Jan.
26. according to an announcement
by Dr Harry E Hoik, president.
A guest of the German Govern-
ment, Perlmutter lived with Ger-
man families during the six weeks
he spent studying the rise of
democracy there. His talk will
be entitled "The New Germany."
The brunch will take place in
the Temple Auditorium. 4144 Chase
Ave., at 10:30 a.m., and is open
lo the public.
The Brotherhood of Belli Sholom
supports the youth activities ol
the Temple.
Parents Without Partners
r. r-nis Without Partners, Ml
ami Beach Chapter, will hold a
social on Saturdaj al the Casa
blanca Hotel al 8:.10 p.Ill Cock
tails, dancing and a show will be
featured.
honor the memories of Mrs. Anna i ;'' 5849 sn liuh st- and is slirvlv
Mailer, mother of Bernard and:cd a,so b>' two daughter... Evelyn
Shirley Friedland, and Norman i and Mrs- Ru,h Gross- a broth.-r
David Jacobs, husband of adm and two sisters.
Jacobs and father of Irene Baros. Services were held Jan. :i in
charter members of the Temple. Riverside Memorial Chapel. Doug-
Directing the planting ceremon- 'as Rd.
ies will be Milton Malter, Morris -------------------------
Wasserlauf, Sgt. Joe RosenblattHgjpft "SK!"^' 4?t "'litftaK
and Martin Samuels. Rabbi Mor- oushman, Mrs. Ann,, m. ..r isi ihvbrsifikI) iti-.i.h- \ tu-ns
ns A. Skop will explain the J,"^; ttTai Antuia Ave. '
ing of the Jewish Arbor Dav fes nord..n.
tival. Cantor Herman K. Gott'. *"-H*.Vl{l Av
lieb will present the Junior Choir selznick^ m.- s.,v..i,. ;;, 0f 3181
in a program of Tu B'Shevat mclo- gudov'Tz? <:,],'';-' of I!M ocean
(JjCS It., ill .Inn. 12, Service* In r-u'-
Trees will also be plantedj BINDER, dllhrrtj *3, -r isso Wei
Ai. nii'1 Richmond. Va ilii-il Jan
1L' Hervioeii in Itlchlliond. Ki\-
t PCAL NCTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTK'K IS IlKKRtlY IJIVKN II
iii'M'! >iu:n I. desiring i.< eiiffase
I.- H-- under Ihe li.-iii n-u- name
I0W Bl'th Street, Hay Hnrhor Islam
Miami 33154, Kin Intends tn regisl
said name with the Clerk o( the I
SAM IIOLDMAN
MAI'RH'K KOSK
r.irlin i s
1 1T-2I-31--J
through the Jewish National Fund
in the State of Israel in honor of
parents and loved ones.
Weinstein Heads
Unit for Home
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTK'K IS HRRKUT unth-lslftiiefl, (I..-I. iim lo '-n--.
i'i .-mi.-- uii.l.r ili- fictitious name
:.. wv ::r,i TRirii'.\l. m\i rv sai....\ at 7- "
Itiverside, l*lrd RoHd, .\li;iiiii. Dnd Counl
;n, nf l'"i l il.- Kiorldn, Intends in resistcr said nai
- in KarmlnB- with the Clerh nf ilu- Circuit Co
f I'lnl.-
isl.l.-.
FROST. Havld, 7'.
St., ill.il Jan, l'.
GROSSMAN. M.'.r
, rt.l Ai -. S. r\ V
,1,1,. \ i I'laMlMiv "I I'.'ii.- County, Florida.
GRUBER. IttnJanVn. ';-'. -f HW1 Col- \ .\vii> 11. ROOKIJS
lin- Am- Services in Uoston. s.\M,>KI' IIU-.I.H
Newman. .\torne> for Owner
WOLKOWITZ. Joa>|>h, M. of :::"'': Klajlcr Federal l'.l.lv.
Hardinc Ave. Services in Xew Miami .... Florida
Miami Beach Constable Leonard | voll< Ru-ersld
Weinstein has accepted the tern- ROSenthal. Ahiahnm, of mix
r, ., Collins Ave. Services In lletl-olt.
LEGAL NOTICI
porary presidency of the newly- Riverside,
formed Men's Club of the Jewish,
Convalescent Home of South Flor-
ida. Home president. Mrs. Joseph notice under
P VoUor innniinni.fl FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
E. Keiser. announced. NOT.,.: ,s Hi;i:i.r.v tHVKN that
Mrs. Keiscr said Weinstein the undersigned, deslrlmr to eroraai In
would head the men's group until! mIamTiuaK1 KK.-'iNisViiv:''''';''i^
regular elections are held during
the year.
Weinstein, a native Floridian
and graduate of Harvard College
and University of Miami Law
School, will work closely with
Home executive director Sid
Sicgel and other Home leaders.
N.I-;, l-i St., Miami intends i" reg-
ister snid na in Ih the i !lerk f lh<
I Clri-ull < ".-hi t uf l'.nil- County, Flor-
ida.
' iSi 'AH saiiZ'
l 17-21-31, :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME uAW
M-Tiri: IS HKRKI1Y iTTt i:.V tl
ii i. r-iuin .I. desiring in -iikilbi.
business under Hie fictitious name
rxiTKJi sinhky srrri.v at ;
.-ni-ihwi -t '.'tii Terrace, Miami, H
;I314I, Intends to register said nan
with iii>- Clerk of (hi Circuit Co
i.r i Mil,- County, Florida.
AI.KKKT Al.l.i:.N (JADOL
l iT-L'i-:;i--: :
NOT.CE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOR.DA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 542
r \l MIRO pi; I .A TOHRR.
i miff,
The men's group will play an
important role in the home's fund- ...... .*?{ T,up-
raising activities, procurement of tVfendant!
new medical enuipment and pro- suit for divorce
, L i i j |i i; .liiiiim d<- l.i lirii-
Tams to help the sick and needy |, ;.,..,,,. t'nknown
n ;li. .1 llilil M
I'lMH
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 61741 C
In RK: i:-T.n- ..f
MORRIS It. IMIII.I.IANT
I.....-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn Ml I'lediton and All I'- -
i 'lniuis ur I 'enianda Aga
Sal.l Kslnte:
v. i in-.- hi rebj notllled and r -
!.. present any claim* and munds ^v lii<-1> \..n mave have iigain-c
lh< I'Stati "I Mi'KIMS R. l:l!II.I.IA>."
iii i .. -. ,| late "i I '!> Count}. Pli -
,. i i hi i 'ounty .1 idgx >f I Nn a
i my, .,ii.i :i iii. same In dup -
-ate and nn provided in Section 783.1 .
. in tin Ir offices In
ilu i ,,.-:' -. i'.. i i Imusi i i >ael, 'on
I lorlda, Ihln six call
months. i'"-ni the time i r tin
h:is ii i n filed against sou, iiiiIiiIch i,n jietvnf, or tli, same .
in- b.irrid.
i M ,i I : i, this i -i
.,.,> of Jan mi... A.l) li i
.1 i:\.\ii; It. BRILLIANT
v i-;\. i imi\
I'll -! pull.. .. nil till '<' Il
f January, ISMil.
Vou, Jiiana de la T"i n ai
i rebj
Hill nf I".....pluilll ini

of Dade County. Mrs. Keiser said.
Weinstein is active in numerous
civic groups, including the Sun- > i > required to -.. .i cops
,. ... ..... of your Answer i-r I'leaillng o> 'in
shine State Senior Cilizens Hub. [m|' ,. ,i,. plaintiff's
Elks, Masons, Harvard Club ol Utoincy. Manuel }
. ... Itiilldlng, M .mi., h-orlda 33130. and
Miami, American Legion and the ,,,, ,,. ,,ulll.,i viwwer or I'leadlns
Jewish War Veterans. In tin i.ffioi ol the Clnk ol th. Clr- ih. iTth daj of Januai
cull Court "ii before the l--.li day MILTM.N a. ll.ll-n
of K.hiiiHiy, IV6I II vou : ill i" .1" }' ^"
so, iudgn .in by defaull ~ :' ''' \ ,
BKalnsl you for Ihi rellel demai.....'l i.--i--
.
. Bill of Conipla
I'lii- until -ii.i..... nnnllshi 'I "ii.
each >.i-k tor foui consecutlvi week*
in nil-: ii:\\ ISM KI.oltlDIAX.
i i i.vi-: ani i uti ii:i;i.i > i m imi
l i itla, ihi- loth da} "i Ja i
A 11. IMI,
i: ii i.i'A iiii:i:.m IN, Clerk,
* "ii> mi Court, l '.iii>- 'ouni y, Kl'
l-i.ll U) K. Al I.VMAN
11, nin\ i 'lei .
M VNI'KI. S5AI V'"
\ ii. i lulldlng
Ml mi Florida Jl 10
Al i"i ne} fin 1'lalntlff
I 17-21-31, -' T
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NMTIl'K IS HKRK11Y illVKN thai "<>' '' Statutes, In tli< i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLOR DA. IN PROBATE
No. 65336-A
In RK i:-i He -I
i in "V ': i il'SSIE Mel 'ORMV K
I.....--.-.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i:. -ii..i iin.l All I'i i sons
11.iv inn Claims or i n .nul- Aga hist
Said Kslati
\-<.t .ni hereby notified and te-
ii i -i -.ii' an> claims and o -
in:.mi- Li. ,-nu in.i> hi v igainst
..i OBNIKVK hi ssii?
ii; Ml i-; il. ,:i., il luti ol I'
i '..11111 y, I ii Ida. i" the 'mint > .lu.U
I'ininl.i and fill i hi sai
in duiilli i' and as pro! Idi il In Si
LtONARD wimsniN
busini -- iimli i ihi flctltioui n
I '. 'Tl IRS i 'I "I'll' \ I. i| liRll .- \\ ',
m 'ni i* .i Intend i" rea-

'out i .....
Jl iHN I' M. KK.VN \. M D
H Ul. \KK I- I.IT.M \N. M II
K II r'KRDIK
\ ,nls
- me Road
Coral (iabli ......
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1 3-10-17-21
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1 17-21-31-2 ;


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Friday, January 17. 1964
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UNDER THE STRICT SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
rmr
?mc
PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY, JANUARY 19th
Food Fair Koihw M.oi
Siocm or* Pledged lo Crv. ffw
fyt Quoi*v ol ih lffw> to,'
1 1 0,.You' **o>r Boo\ /
w
meat and poultry
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR ADDED EXTRA BONUS
FOR YOUR CHOICE OF OVER 2000
USEFUL TOP QUALITY GIFTS
*?
QUANTITY
RIGHTS RESERVED
YOU CAN BE SURE YOU ARE GIVING
YOUR FAMILY THE FINEST MEATS & POULTRY
WHEN YOU SHOP FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKETS.
MIAM! BEACH
MiAMi j

CHUCK
STEAK
SPONSORS
or tmi
TORAH HOUR'
Each Sunday Noon
WEDR FM
Rabbi T.bor H. Stom
SWISS or
SHOULDER
STEAK
98
c
ib.
THE FINEST FRESH KILLED
SPRINGERS,
ROASTERS
or BROILERS
KOSHER
CHICKEN
39
c
Ib.
.>
FRESH KOSHER MADE
CHICKEN QTRS.
55
CHICKEN
BREAST
QUARTERS
53
c
Ib.
CHICKEN
LEG
QUARTERS
c
Ib.
CLUB
STEAK
NEW YGRK
STRIP
1
39
LB.
FREEZER SPECIAL!
30-36 Ib.
AVERAGE
CHOICE OR PRIME
RIBS BEEF
BONELESS WHOLE
BREASTBEEF __
CUT & WRAPPED FOR THE FREEZER AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
c
Ib.
69
83il
LEAN
29
MAYFAIR
CREAMED
COTTAGE
CHEESE
ITEMS BELOW AVAILABLE ONLY AT
965 WASHINGTON AVE., MIAMI BEACH
FRESH KOSHER MADE
GROUND BEEF
2 lbs. f|Oc
FOR ^#D
i
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" 1
!
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12-oz.
CUP
19
>'
VVHITEFISH
FRESH
CAUGHT
CHICKEN
CARP
FLOUNDER
FILLET
HALIBUT
STEAKS
(NO WASTE)
FRESH SLICED
FRESH CUT
GENUINE
FRESHLY
SLICED
59
79
59
c
lb.
c
Ib.
1% OIB AFPETIZEH IIKPT.
FRESHLY SMOKED -m
WHITEFISH 79
79
Ib.
FORMOST SKINLESS
FRANKS KOSHER I J |b.
AMERICAN KOSHER
MIDGET EA
SALAMI 49s
JOY SEE KOSHER
MAYFAIR
I
CREAM ]
CHEESE 20
CHOW MEIN NOODLES
DIET THIN OR PLAIN STRIETS OR
MANISCHEWITZ MATZO
LIBBY'S
RED SALMON
MOLLY PITCHER HALVES
FREESTONE PEACHES
3' 2-OZ. PKG.
12-OZ.
PKG.
734-OZ. CAN
29-OZ.
CAN
10
25
59
25
C*
FRESH HOME GROWN
POLE
BEANS PLE 14
c
Ib.
10-OZ. PITTED
12-OZ. PLAIN
OQC CELLO
* PKG.
CRISP HOME GROWN
"r HOME GROWN ^ -
SPINACH 14 j
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WHITE FIGS
IMPORTED IQC 16-OZ.
**~ PKG.
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