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"cJewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volur.e 37 — Number 4 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 24, 1964 Three Sections — Price 20c Arabs End Talk Without Tactic To Halt Project -INGTON A. mid swirlinq snow-flakes, c:-directors of B'nni B'rith Hillel Founda-.ake time out from their annual staff conhands folded), placed a spray of flowers on the qrcve. O'hers In enclosure are Rabbi irom men cmnuui sum conHcrry Kaplan, Hillel director at Ohio Stale and e to pay tribute to the memory of Proschairman of the staff conference, and Dr. Louis Kennedy at his qrave in Arlington NaGottscha'.k of Chicago, national chairman of ticnc. Cemetery. Army officer on duty salutes the Hillel commission. after -abbi Benjamin M. Kahn (foreground, Israel's Security Will US Warns Pro Arab be Defended, Confab Here Eshkol Cautions Against Interference in Water Plan WASHINGTON — (JTA) — It is part of United States polics in the Middle East to "insure the security and integrity" of the indiISRAEL CABINET STUDIES SUMMIT PACE 8-A LONDON — (JTA) — The fiveday Arab League summit conference in Cairo endel without an official communique on plans to counter Israel's projected Jordan Kiver diversion for a buge Nege\ irrigation project. The 13 rulers at the conference agreed to meet again in Alexandria. The five days had been devoted to patching up internal Arab differences and to study of plans to divert tributaries of the Jordan River and thus cut sharp ly water from that river now available to Israel. The Arab rulers were understood to have approved a resolution denouncing Israel as a "colonialist" state "guilty of aggression." It was presumed this policy stand would be disclosed in a formal communique later. GETS ASSIST Egyptian Pilot Flees in Plane To Israel Base TEL AVIV—(JTA)—An Egyptian air force captain Sunday landed Inairplane at an Israeli airfield. and asked for asylum. He turned his aircraft over to the Israeli authorities. The pilot. Capt Mllliamed Abbas llilmi. was flying a i iston-engined YAK-II. Egyptian army planes fried to intercept llilmi Buf the Egyptian interceptors fled back to their own territory when Israeli Air Force lighter planes rose to protect The apparent long-range policy „,,„„ am ( .^. ((n mm o y g>fe vidual states of the area-includdeveloped at the conlerence was ,. in(Iin „ „, an sraeli ajrbase ins Israel." This was made clear to avoid any action on the Jordan Monday by Deputy Under SecreRiver situation which might lead This was the first mslanee of an ...r> of siate Alexis Johnson in lo armed conflict with Israel and Egypnan pilot surrendering vola peech before a conference of .IK:.' SALEM — (JTA) — Prime He pledged that Israel would -pro '!•:-; %  Levi Eshkol Monday night lect all lunate benoui %  I the Arab plan to di Kit Jordan River headquarters bnd tr itaries in order to interfere with Israel's project tor draw ing iirightful share oi tne JorBan waters through Lake Tiberias the northern Negev. the CitizenConiiinttee on Anicr ican Policy in tiie Near East—a pro-Arab group of Americans, many of whom are also active in the anti-Israel •Friends of the Middle East." Though Israel's Jordan irrigation project was among the main Continued on Page 11 A untarily. together with his ship, to Israeli authorities, Meanwhile, Israel's Water Plan ning Authority, Tahal. reported thai Israel expects to starl test pumping of its national water project, for irrigation purposes, in the near future, and to begin full topics discussed at the confer operation ol the Tiberias Negev ,, IU C u,Johnson abstained from water lines by the beginning of mentioning this subject altogeth Addressing the Knesset. Israel's lhe summer ol 1965. The officials ir His speech was awaited with :it. Eshkol said that the .-aid that te-t pumping was nee considerable Interest, since it was rab : .;n for water diversion is cssary in order to try out various the first major address on thi Highest General Ranking Fired by Jewish Soviets fnothii less than aggression." pressure pipes and valves Civil Liberties Union Explains Defense of American Rowdies Middle s.on became President. PARIS — i JTA i — General of the Army Jacob Kreizer. com leaner of all Soviet forces in the far East, and the highest rank % %  ;„,,,„;-;,„;;;;. ing Jew in the Red Army has been removed Irom his post, according to dispatches from Mos Ambassadors Of Arab countries cow received hero this week, attended the conference and heard (; ,. n Kreizer. who holds some the State Department official warn 0 j lne highest Red Army decora that the de-ire of the United States t j ons< including the medal oi Hero to avoid taking sides in regional ,,i tlu< Soviet Union, was the last disputes "does not mean that we ,,| ; number of Jewish officers vill stand idly by if aggression folding senior rank in the Red |LOS .'.(IF.l.F.S — (JTA Of. the American Civil LibMies | nion asserted this week liit their efforts to obtain a new |ial for five American Nazi par• rs convicted on charges i i irai y and assault, conirned only the issue Of freedom speec h. The officials made the comment seeking to correct what they ^rmed erroneous press reporting thi ACLU intervention in the -e The live Nazis were arrest*l when they created a scene at an krael Independence Day rally %  ere. The officials specifically bnied I report that AC'Ll' attorn fcs, in ..-king for a new trial, eon %  ended that the Nazis had the right tr, --agitate and provoke" a rowd attending the shrine Audi Wium rally "The facts of the matter are • hat the ACLU took no position on the guilt or innocense of l\l defendants in filing a brief protesting the constitutionality of Judge Herbert Walker's instructions to Ihe jury," the officials said. They added that the instructions included the statement that disturbance of peace Included "the offense of disturbing public peace or tranquility by any act or conduct inciting to violence or &f ending to provoke or incite others to break the peace" or "by any act likely to produce violence." The AC'Ll' officials said that if is committed "' The conference, attended by about 30 Americans, adopted a Continued on Pa.ge 5-A Soviet authorities have frequently cited Gen. Kreizer in the past as "proof" that there was no official anti-Semitism in the USSR. Two years ago, another Soviet Jewish officer, Gen. Dragounsky, said that Gen. Kreizer, while "not an Orthodox Jew," was "a traditionally minded Jew who tries, whenever possible, to attend religious services during the High Holy Days." Gen. Dragounsk) also said that Gen Kreizer's daughter had marArm) The reports stated that he has been replaced by another ollicer, but it is not known whether ried a Jew. and that her children he has been assigned to another post. Continued on Page 12-A REFUSE TO OFFER TESTIMONY Former Nazis Defy Frankfurt Trial ONLY SMAU FISH' FIRST TO ADMIT GUIIT PAGE 6-A PAGE 10 A to testifv He stood rigidly at atI tent ion as he uttered this defiance. Then, clicking his heels, and FRANKFIRT — (JTA) — Two looked on in apparent helplessness executing a smart, military aboutIhe Nazis~could be convicted un Nazi defendants refused Monday as two of the accused challenged face, he marched back to his -eat der such instructions to a jury t • testify, and a third denied ever the court. then "the rights of any person or | ia ving committed the atrocities of Oswald Kaduk. 57 year-old forcroup to engage in peaceful demwhich he is accuse .'. as the trial mer butcher, came to the witness ..nstrations would be jeopardized. 0 f 22 former Auschwitz guard-, stand when summoned by Justice "Thfc could include civil rights officers and medical personnel Ilofmeyer and. in a clipped, sharp demonstrators, union pickets and went into itthud week here. Pre-' voice told the court. "I want to ,11 St'calor religious speakers." siding Justice liana llofmcye. make use ol my right to decline in the defense section of Franktort's City Hall, where the marathon proceedings are being held The court had no better luck with Franz Hoffmann, another of Continued on Page 3-A



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Page 2-A +Jeistrhrknar Friday. January 24. \%^ 'PolShowsNaziParty WouldDo Well William S. Cutchins (left), president of Brown and Williamson Tobacco Corp., receives a human relations plaque from Judge Joseph M. Proskauer (right), former president and currently honorary president of the American Jewish Committee. Lookng on is Sen. Thruston B. Morton (R.-Ky.). who was principal speaker at the dinner at the New Yoik Hilton Hotel. Cutchins was cited by the American Jewish Committee for 'outstanding leadership as a business executive and unsel:ish service to the community." Choir Active At Beth Torah NEW YORK (JTA) Only 34 per cent of West Germans would -do everything in my power to prevent -the ascendance of a new Nazi Party, according to a poll taken among Germans by the Allensbath Institute of Demography.' Results of the poll were made public here by the World Jewish Congress. To a question readme. *""• %  ing a new Nazi Party would try to come to power, wiiat vu.. a w> your attitude." 29 per cent answered they would be against it. but do nothing specific; 18 per cent said it would make no difference to them: five per cent said Ihev would favor it. but do nothing specific: and two per cent said Ihev would support such a new party. Thirty-four per cent said theiy would oppose such a party; 12 per cent made no reply. In response to another question. S3 per cent sail Germany was really responsible for the outbreak of World War 11. Asked the reason for Germany's defeat. 40 per cent thought it was Germany's weakness and the strength ot "th! enemy;IS P^ cent treason;' sabotage:nine per cent attributed Germany's defeat ,o -wrong leadership and poll cies:" and 11 per cent blamed Hit '"on the other hand. 33 per cent of those queried thotighl that without defeat in the war, HI ier would have become one of the Greatest G e r m a n statesmen. When it came to ranking past leaders who had (lore most for blamed Germany. 28 per cent placed ev ChanceHor KonraffAdenaikr twM. 21 per cent named Bismarck; ami only five per cent named TTilW Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum led the junior choir of Beth Torah Religious School under the i irection of Mrs. Berta Barnett in a musical program for residents n( >*"-M-UI ^.i-xles Nur in 8 Home M Sunday at 2 p.m. Also partitijtauuf ..abinuma Segal, Beth Torah student, an outstanding young pianist. Program is part of the community services activities of the School. In December, the choir ;".nd the Cantor appeared at the Jewish Home for the Aged, together with students of the fifth ^rade who also participated in a I rogram over TV Ch. 2. "Living Hebrew." On Sunday morning, members of the Religious School TNT Club, directed by Irving Kuttler, were hosts to students from Temple Beth Sholcm of Hollywood for a •oint service, breakfast and debate in Resolved: The Synagogue Service Should be Conducted in the Sfardic (Israeli Pronunciation." Honored at the service was Allan Binder who celebrated his Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah the previous Saturday. On Tuesday afternoon, the Confirmation Class, under the leadership of Mrs. Irving Seidel. made its annual synagogue trip, visiting Temple Israel of Miami. Reform, where Cantor Jacob Bernstein conducted a tour of the facilities, and then Beth El Congregation, where Rabbi Solomon Schiff explained unique features of the Orthodox synagogue. 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Friday. January 24. 1964 Jewist fkiridficin Page 3-A Former Auschwitz Guards Defy Frankfurt Court Taking a breather from his busy daily schedule to en;oy a leisurely lunch at Chandlers Restaurant, Miami Beach Mayor Melvin J. Richard (right) is welcomed by Chandler's owner, Lou Rubin.


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Pnam ti-Tt Page 4-A I 1 3 Si :c a :c • -Jewish Floridlan in— by The J*wl* Horldisa OFFICE and PLANT 120 N.E. Sixth Street '-^Sgg^MUu'S^ Telephone FR 34.05 ^ ^^ has s^Jft^SStf Teletype Communications Miami TWX g. ***2*fc F X^^r'"-"' MM 398 %  • •" S ?r W Tee N.tfon.l Editorial Assr'• A p !" £ P rs Assn. ^ Enalis^Jt^^^^^^L^^------' FRED K. SHOCKET Editor and Publisher J^jS^^ LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SUBSCR i£n ^* T ^ SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst to Publisher o n. **ojtjf Town uponjjgj jT___ 7 T~i YI Number 4 ISRAEL BUREAU Volume 37 Sheraton Hotel Tel Aviv. Israel Friday. January U 1964 RAY U. BINDER Correspondent 10 Shevat S/34 during (he week as i we it • • • 57*1 E0 MINDLIN Friday, January 24 1364 O N THE SPEAKER'S platform, Dr. Judah Shapiru,secretary of the Nations)" Foundation of Jewish Culture, is like a piece, of chamber music There are no hystencal outbursts to be heard that can make ponderous romantic -yrrffmonies seem profound. Neither are there perfirmci v postures to be seen for the sake of visual drama. Dr. Shapiro these thingsit is the eloquence of form anil eloquence rises SDOve u te a composition of eminently edumatter, both integn. '^f 0 sav emerges in the kind of rimcated Mgnificance. wo structure of intellectual it.^r'nXuvcK'Slnnated and reintegrated into pattern thought pcrceptn The Crisis Stilled There can be no greater testament of faith in the ability of Israel to defend herself against aggression than the Arab League "summit" conference that closed in Cairo without any conclusive plan to halt Israel's implementation of her national water project. The meeting itself was a gesture, even if a precedent-breaking one, for it brought together many Arab leaders who despised each other, some who hadn't met or spoken in years, and a few openly dedicated to the political if not outright assassination of their less illustrious colleagues. Although, as could be easily anticipated, the "summit" was marked by much sound and little fury, this hardly meant that it might not have emerged with some absurd and therefore dangerous plan to put a halt to Israel's determined effort to bring water to her parched southern regions. It is difficult precisely at the moment to determine just how effective the Moscow warning to the Arabs was in deterring the development of some reckless decision — however unhappily the warning may have been worded in preposterously anti-Israel terms. Neither will it be clear for sometime to what extent the American warning helped stay the hand of Nasser's ambition. Nevertheless, at least for now, the crisis is stilled. But Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's announcement Sunday that Israel intends moving ahead as scheduled hardly means that it is over. • • A Turn of Events? The State Department official's words before a pro-Arab conference of Americans in Washington this week are unique. They represent a dramatic turn of events in U.S. foreign policy with respect to the Middle East. All along, government spokesmen have been assuring us of our nation's unremitting commitment to the safety and security of the State of Israel. But even in the heyday of the Kennedy Administration, it was always a hush-hush thing tempered by the repeated proviso that no one can really talk about it for fear of offending the Arabs. The consequence of such attitudes inevitably was that it is unrealistic to have faith in the commitment and that the Arabs themselves, least of all, can be expected to be deterred by any belief in it. The statement this week was not only an unmistakeably worded one. It was also spoken loud and clear and in the camp of those least willing to hear it. We welcome the administration's strength of purpose in the moment of what was a genuine Middle East crisis. r rhlXr m"" c is all of these things, the stripping away of Chamber ^music is ^^ >e8the(lc experience the no.se of music_for • e$ tfce same |he that BltlSic ought o ho I r. £ the ker ^ ^ ,„ ke systematic refine men. o t of ex r ^ i £ ffiitSToi jStfSS L he DiLido Hotel was a S2 in point. recognize the Communist deception which involves pointing the finger of bigotry at others. Increasingly, Russian charges of anti-Semitism in America do less and less to mitigate the conditions of clear cultural attrition under which Soviet Jews are forced to live today. The late President Kenedy, in his last address before the United Nations, spoke eloquently of the need to respect the religious and cultural rights of peoples throughout the world, among others referring specifically to the Jews of the Soviet Union. In the process, he was frank to remark upon and assess our own failings in *he U.S. toward the Negro minority. The temper of the times is changing. The Soviets can no longer easily charge "you too." Whatever our nation's own weaknesses concerning the rights of American Jewry, these hardly affect Moscow's planned campaign to destroy the Jewish cultural heritage behind the Iron Curtain. The Soviet Union Sweats The more the Soviet Union is put on the griddle with respect to the diminishing cultural rights of Jews living behind the Iron Curtain, the greater are the possibilities of some dramatic change during the years ahead. The present United Nations report., which made Moscow far from happy, does much to repudiate the repeated excuses of the Kremlin masters so far as the unhappy lot of Soviet Jewry is concerned. Increasingly, the world is beginning to Rabbis Pledge Support The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association letter this week congratulating the appointment of Dr. Irving Lehrman as chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal is a praisewor'hy one. It takes pride in the naming of a spiritual leader and one of its members as head of our community's major, unified, annual philanthropic campaign for a variety of welfare needs. It suggests that, in effect, whom better can Greater Miami choose than a spiritual leader for so high a spiritual purpose. It offers Dr. Lehrman the pledged support of our community's rabbinate in the launchinq and completion of a vigorous and successful campaign. It pays tribute to the chairman's outstanding capabilities both as a spiritual and qeneral community leader that he is bringing to the I. JJ* Gre a,e '; N J i mi Rabbinical Association is to be applauded for reflecting such a unard mous purpose, as well as its valued pledge of ass ls anC e to the 1964 CJA campaign and 2 Dr. Lehrman, its chairman. Thus what emerged in his presentation was a prescription for weJroaction in our time ha could hardly be confused wtth an I ccnuYs p.pc dream. Dr. Shap.ro started out by suggesting hat the mos modern social agency programs are merely more ODhisticated counterparts of the trad.t.onal Jewish approach to the P h Ian -Pic Process Speak of homes for the aged, and you w, ea 1 to mind .bo "moshav zekanim" of far earlier Jewishi expenCf ence. to family service agenda dealing with children ot unwed mothers or orphan-, and you must dust off the "bet yesom im" ot former days. -:•:• P0UKUA1I0N Of WtUAKl INTERESTS THINK Dr Shapiro urged, of such relatively new concepts 1 cation as the scholarship to assist the community toward the achievement of heightened intellectual standards, and the vtrtualls ghetto custom of 'essen oif leg" emerges in all its significant purpose when the veshiva student was (reed from the concern over how he would teed himself and could thus concentrate mor ) fully on his primary learning goals. We have come a long way since then. Dr. Shapiro said, to Ihe point where the specialization process, which is so symptomatic ol the era. polarizes our interests and philanthropic allegianceHence, many of us lend to concentrate on the programs of pel agencies, and wc readily label cur-elves as hospital, family service, aged home or community center people. "But per. i the day." Dr. Shapiro warned, -when .lews will begin to think >f the particular service with which they are dealing as the total community." This was a salient warning for Miami, which suffers hugely from the syndrome he described: an overwhelmingly egotistical view of communal philanthropic need, which has developed no alone because there are those whose welfare orientation is narrow or partisan, but also because it can prove cheaper in terms of Ultimate campaign commitment. For this reason, if for no other. Dr. Shapiro said, the kind ol meeting he addressed here last week was profoundly significant, gj what it did was to bring together a variety of agency allowances at least for a while to reintegrate the philanthropically fragmented community and to demonstrate oneo more that the community as a whole i>, alter all, the paramount issue in any welfare endeavor. •f •!• •• W PROCESS Of SEIE-EDUCATION l-DUCATION AND culture oriented. Dr. Shapiro shifted h:local %  view of Jewish organizational programs to span the horizon of world need. In this regard, he warned that "there will be no automatic transmission her.from Ihe Jews of Israel." The observation waa provocative one because it suggested a change in the previously prevalent beliel thai the American Jewish community is the pivotal stopgap between a dessimatcd European Jewry tad %  infant Israel with a long road to Havel toward mature Itural achievement. Hence, in Dr c the mantle has already from iiabroad because Israel's cultural maturity is near b ng -i I don't know ii h, ,. even partially correct in hi> it or. indeed, il Dr apiro would agree with this formulation >l i 1 : herenl in the character of I' should b. destined to bear the awesome rhalica 0' total Jewisl eperience. Certainly. American Jews holocaust, demonstrated a remark! '" hi Ihe an yeshiva education, where presumably onci reme, .._ sn't really matter. I-<.r what Dr ( intended when he referred to automatic transmission was to '• '• impelling necessity for the steady accretion of recrptmr here n America. Tin,t0 uy: „ U1 are I() expec ,„ relate culturally "• Uriel specifically and to Jews elsewhere throughout th* rorld ,:,r w e mus a c,iw -w %  p***** •<-"•" THE GATHCKING 0E NEW INEOffMATION JHE SUBLETY OF hi.chamber music stylo seemed here to reaco rewUh ,,i !!"""" ''"' '" ,l,s original discussion of traditional Jewish philanthropw perc< ption. Dr. Shap.ro placed education hiuh work o w achievements predating the modern era of social w,-i ,"" S h k n a rteD A"**, he referred tCfc-Jewish K7rom 8 t£ t i?f pa rticu, ri y United Funds, whose lead, is o erv T' hc rt 'P"rted. told him they learn much by theb.1 f ,h T'T ,,Ulsh '<'-atl campaigns, prr/sumaWv in In I no n '" h : n bJ8t0ric ,ew h coni "" ''•nn'Vo r itural'^r f m < p,,vit v l knowledge. Or. Shipir.i swers to ,,,„., %  MKTience m terms of the summation of anence VmfiSk£Z % ^ VW ,nc millt,nia o£ ,ht ,r ex ^ l'v a n rte'olr ? 1,,S,IOn ^ and ,he answi '" deemed significant ; : f >Xza,Kr v '' w M 'mi' ;"( s,(d *• COmpeulng need to observe, to reason and to c.ncl,idTnM 2f l ; om P < llln e need to observe io cinaUng to the „, n sort of wr,l,en and oral responsa fatooughoul his ,i;lTn7he n n' TT ""! moved the Jew Cw,d It is „,,,,„, ",, ; n he fl ?! ovents about him.



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Friday, January 24. 1964 +Jewlst> fkrkHari Page 5-A We'll Defend Israel, U.S. Asserts PR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ SAMUEL ROTHBtRC Launching of New Israel Bond Issue Will 9 Begin $85 Million Inaugural Drive for '64 Continud from Page 1 A resolution calling on the U.S. Government "to took the postponement of Hie diversion (of Jordan waters), pending the establishment of more favorable conditions." However, even this group admitted in its concluding statement "that the Israelis need the waters for the Negev if there is ever to be a settlement and development there, no one can doubt." Alexis Johnson, in his speech, istcd "accommodation between Israel and its Arab neighbors*" as one of the objectives of American policy in the Middle East. "We believe this is the only way in which the area as a whole can develop political stability, selfsustained economic growth and. thus, -trvje independence," he said. Jordanian Ambassador Saad Juma. who also addressed the con ference, claimed that the implementation of Israel's irrigation project would result in the displacement of 30,000 Arab farmtrs. Moshe Sharett, Israel's former Prime Minister, now chairman of t h e Jewish Agency executive, said in Lonc'on meanwhile that Syria and Lebanon are not in any position to put diverted waters of (he Jordan River to any practical ue. Addressing ceremonies there at the opening of a new Young Poale Zion center. Mr. Sharett said that only Jordan and Israel could be the beneficiaries of the three streams which are the tributaries of the Jordan River. Recalling that the Jordan Riv. er project, devised by the late Eric Johnston, had been initiated by the President of the United States with the full knowledge of the United Nations Secretariat, Mr. Sharett pointed out that Jordan was the first nation to proceed wHl its implementation, and that Israel was now engaged in the final stages of the execution of its irrigation project. The measures for water diversion discussed in Cairo, he declared, were not meant to safeguard economic interests of any Arab state. He charged that their sole purpose w as to harm Israel by crippling its agricultural development. Tbe 1364 campaign for State of Israel Bond.will be formally launched the H eekend of Feb. 21 at an international inaugural conleretic** for Israel Bonds, it was announced by Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice president of the Is rael bond Organization. The confererce. springboard for the flotation ot a new $400,000,000 third development issue of Israel Bonds, will he held at the Funtaint tiieau Hotel here from Friday, Feb. 21. through Sunday. Feb. 2:i Dr. Schwartz announced the ac reptaacc by Samuel Rothberg, oi Peoria, 111 1964 national campaign chairman and pioneer lead ir in Israel Bonds, as national chfli "nsn ot the inaugural confer nice. "The inaugural conference will also mark the beginning of a campeign throughout the free worid that must result in the sale of at least $85,000 000 in Isreal Bends during 1964," Rothberg stated in outlining plans for the : inference. "In addition, it BETH DIN OFFICE RABBI DR. TIBOR H. STERN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 7T OTA RI ON HEARING AIDS • i 411 Mates WHILE TOU WAIT • ••-., and Mot*, Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 TUMS TRADES MIAMI SPRAY CO. 12*1 OTA-iOCKA BIVD. 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However, its capacity to absorb a continuing flow of substantial immigration In the next five years will depend on its success IP reclaiming and populating the empty spaces of the Negev desert and the Central Galilee •Through the Israel Bond investment program." he said, •more than a million Americans have during ihe past 13 years par ticipated in a partnership of econ omic pioneering to finance numi rous (I e v e I o p m e n t projects throughout Israel, many oi which %  re providing new job opportunities tor its citizens, Including immigrants." Rothberg emphasized the central role of Israel Bonds in enabling Israel to surmount iteconomic problems and advance to a stage of substantial economic strength and stability. He added "Flowing into all branches of Israel's economic effort, Israel Bond funds have since 19S1 caused a revolutionary upturn in its progress, making it possible for the people of Israel to make the most of every opportunity for development and to ward off every crisis, from the great and unlimited influx of immigration, to shortages of food, raw materials, housing and natural resources." Reviewing the impact of Israel Bonds on Israel's economic progress during the thirteen years of the investment program. Rothberg said: "At the most crucial point in the country's existence, Israel Bonds supplied the risk capital to break the stranglehold of need and to finance dramatic new ventures such as the oil pipeline from Elath to Haifa." WHO WON.. .when the well-known stannous fluoride brand was clinically compared with Colgate's famous Gardol formula? YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WON! And here's why! 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Page 6-A vlmlstnorkiiar Friday. January 24, 19t?fe ^ i Stupid Affair By MAX LERNER We're Only the Small Fish/ Old Nazis Bubble Paris. Looking back at it. it was stupid all around, this affair of the wo Hags in the Panama Canal Zone. It was stupid for the American authorities in the Zone to allow an American flag to fly alone •ver the B ;lboa High School when there was an agreement to have >oth flags or none flown in the Zone and presumably none over the -chdols. It was stupid that the American ambassador, recalled in August, had not been replaced in January, and that there was theresore no American present with high civilian authority and a knowldge of American policy. On the Panamanian side it was stupid not to get effective National Guard action in time, letting so much blood be spilled mean vhile. And it WHS stupid not to have on hand a political staff at a Government radio station which could broadcast appeals to the people mmediatcly. and point up how destructive and senseless the whole • pisode was. Eventually the necessary action came, too late. A little war had taken place complete with looting, burning, overturned cars, sniper :ire. and counterfire by the American soldiers. President Johnson • howed his usual swiftness and decisiveness, but it should never have )cen necessary to react to such an episode. The jet plane with a State Department task force, which took off immediately for Panama ity. was a triumph of up-to-date technology. But the mixture of eo colonialism, ur.prcparedne.-:and blunder in the Canal Zone and he State Department proper was historic. ard refrain of Nazi war crimes defendants was heard again at the Auschwitz camp trial here when: Franz Hofmann. a former SS Cip-| tain, insisted in testimony that all 1 22 defendants were innocent. -We arc only the little fish," the 137-year-old heating engineer as' serted. "The big shots in Berlin were the ones who were really guilty." He was the ninth defendant to testily in the biggest German war crimes trial since the Nuremberg tribunals of 1946. Because he was already under -entence of life imprisonment by a .Munich court for murdering two inmates at the Dachau camp, the prosecution expected him to testify against other defendants on the premise that he had nothing to lose. But Hofmann carefully retrained from doing so. He admitted being on the arrival ramp at Birkenau several times and helping to seiect inmates to be sent to the gas chambers but for the most part, he insisted, "my job consisted of keeping peace and quiet in the camp." He said that each day, "the SS doctors would be told by the camp commandant how many of the new arrivals were to be spared for work gangs and how many were to be killed." *' < 'ABOAT] urn.. & o v.. v The world Communist camp—Russian, Chinese, Cuban and the est— has had a field day. The thing started presumably with ai rportaneous clash between American and Panamanian high school ;ids, A Panamanian Hag was brought in to be raised along with the 1 American, there was an outcry that the Panamanian flag had been' trampled underfoot, the cry spread to striking bus drivers and other' du-ts through the city, and the "trampled flag" set aflame the na-| ionalist passions of Panamanians who have long been sensitive about U.S. power. There seems to be no evidence that the Communists stage-mangcci the lighting of the spark, letting the dry tinder catch flame, as -ome American congressmen think. Certainly the Communists have alien upon the episode eagerly. It comes at the right time for them I nig anv ui me umsw The European press has been playing the story of Tom Mann's 0 ther 21 defendants. ppointment to the top Latin American post as a sign that America < .s turning its back on an ideological strategy in Latin America and! eplacing it by a strategy of toughness. There is an awakening feel-,'Judge Hans Hotmcyer, Hofmann ng of sympathy for Castro among many French intellectuals, just as' "t first denied, then admitted he there is a growing championship of the Red Chinese as the only true ,afl personally sent 40 to 50 chil revolutionaries. In Italy, this is also true of a big ultra-leftist chunk; dren, aged 6 to 12. to the gas 1 Nenni's Left Socialist Party, and the Panama episode comes as chambers. He also was charged he dissidents are meeting to form a new party and overturn the loroNenni coalition government. There are other uses throughout the world to which the propaganda will be put. Asked to name the doctors who worked on the platform. Hofmann identified several, including Joset Mengele. who has been reported several times to be hiding in some South American country. But Hofmann carefully avoided mention-' ing any of the doctors among the Under questioning by presiding ....you Visited Morrnntilo Rational Bank of Miami Beat h. We're all set to make you captain cfyour own ship! Yes, the Miami erea abounds with plenty ol lakes. rreeks, canals, Biscayne Hay and the big Atlantic for boating fan. Whether your personal preference Is a email sailboat or you're in the cabin cruiser class, steer your course to low-cost bank financing with Mercantile... for your boat, the motor and the trailer! You can save money by buying for cash ... you pay us convenient, .monthly payments ... you build bank credit... and you can enjoy happy, carefree recreation on the jvater. Welcome aboard! But the Americans are not guiltless, true, they built the canal nd they have to protect its installaions. True also, the canal is itjl both to the defense of the U.S. and of the whole hemisphere. Finally it is true that to hand the canal over to Panama would be no olution, but would put it in faltering hands and invite constant struggle < nd chaos. Yet it is best not to forget that the canal has been built on other | eople's land and that these people have a national pride which has cen deeply hurt. It isn't enough to concede Panama "titular" sov-. riynty over the Canal Zone, if that is an empty concession and an empty phrase. President Chiari had to renounce the Canal Zone treaties under threat of his political life, given the anger of the people. Vet he is quite right in calling for a revision of the agreements. Why shouldn't there be a share sovereignty over the Canal Zone. ; etween the two nations, so that the two flags together will have tome meaning? Why shouldn't the canal administration be placed i ndcr U.S. and Panamanian technicians, but with advisory super\isioii by the Organization of American States? Some such plan will lone make sense and prevent future bloodshed. with forcing 10 to 12 Soviet war prisoners to undies.'in subzero cold and to stand outside until they froze to death. He is also accused of having shot down one Jewish inmate and to have caused fatal injuries to another by hitting him on the head with a bottle. Bruno Schlage, 60, a guard chief in the arrest block in cell 11, de-' rued having killed anyone. Though MERCANTILE NATIONAL DANK OP MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL PH. 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Friday. January 24, 1964 *JewlstrficrXMaf7 Pqge 7-A "Soviets Stung by UN Report on Discrimination A^hr^ron^d'^ucr on^cT 1? 558* ^ "MS *•'* organizations and groups, • serv.nce." A tnree-pronnea atucK on bowel An ethnicLTOUD has thr nM t<> ... ..:.;. .._ i_i.. m ." „__.. %  Zl it V,S,t ,hC H y PlaCCS l SCnd The WwW ^wish Congress subwas iiv duals" g ? • a s ,n -.;^P'-entat 1 ve S and observers to mU^UOiJi Secretary General U rent w" should he a hie t„ nmhiK u li g ,ous J conferenccs and f • ThSffl' an appeal urgbig immediate United Nation. Sub siS makes oriviE for T' T ,0 '"T "P rcs ? nt -! action by the submission on a Prevention of D,sC\ !" nS a^Zk t.ves, observers and v.s.tors from raft dcclaration again religious _j i. 7 'd 3 uage scnoois lor that. religious organizations and groups nd Protection of ethnic group from denying Yidin their own and other countries." discrimination against Jewish reli t,ious rights "'and practices launched this week at the curren session of the United Nations Sub(omission on riminatiOB and M S'VhIL .Minn „ •• or Hebrew schools to Us Thus, under the latter clause, reirSUift !" TT ,'";• '" *K hC decUMd A *•• %  %  Russians Jews could be in n fKLin.! \ / a Wh Ch C: n Permil ali0nal an ,0l,ch a 8 ain Wi,h JeW reUgiOHB K £. ,*I2& K ? *. ISM"" ^"^l organizations of some organizations throughout the '' %  ", if? V I ''' ns ''"'' l "" C 81 ''' ps ,mM l "' r,n ^c world, as well as have the right to s-wami, I Man member of the sub same for others. A state which'visit Israel pmmisaMK a statement by Morpermits recognized leaders 6f' !'* B ^W" 1, United States memevery other group to travel abroad her, impgfiig that Russia discnmto conferences and Holy Places mated affijnst Jens as an ethnic should not be able to deny that croup; ..ml a statement filed with right to others. A state that tinds the subcttmission secretariat by facilities to publish textual mat Label Kfff. president of B'nai erials in the language and.tradiB'rith, oh behalf of B'nai B'rith tions of some group-;, should not ..nd the Iffcud of Deputies of Brithe able to deny this ri^ht to any." .-h Jews^a ciscrimination. In submitting the appeal, Dr. If. L. Perizweig, WJC representative at tne UN, pointed out that the General Assembly had asked for such actions as far back as 1962 and that at least two years must elapse since that request, before the General Assembly would be able to act on the draft. The official debate was centered on a proposed UN convention outlawing all form* of racial, as distinct from religious, bias. Two I Soviet bloc members — Boris Ivanov of Russia and Wojceich Ketrxynski of Poland—made strenuous efforts to maneuver •he debate in a way which would condemn racism without mentioning religious discrimnation. In the context of that effort, Abrams cautioned the subcommission that the proposed covenant must outlaw both forms of Dias. He cited the Nazi specialization in ethnic discrimination in which ethnic groups were graded into a system of values which provided ihe basis for the genocide cam paign in which millions were murdered, Abram had introduced a draft declaration calling on all govments to guarantee every form of religious right and practice to all people throughout the world. If adopted by the General Assembly, the draft would directly affect Soviet Jews by guaranteeing to them ail the religious rights which they are now denied. These include the right to have and use matzohs, to observe the Dietary Laws, to print and distribute prayerbooks, to make or buy prayershawls, to keep open their synagogues, and to hold regional and national religious conferences with Jewish religious organizations outside of Russia. The declaration authorizes freedom of writing, printing and publishing religious books and religious literature. It calls for producing, importing, selling or otherwise distributing religious objects, "dietary foods," or other articles and facilities "customarily used for worship or performance of religious observances." Aiming directly at the Soviet Union where all means of production and distribution are controlled by the Government, the Declaration would make it mandatory on such governments to aid religious groups to obtain "objects, foods, articles or facilities or the means of producing or procuring them." All persons of any religion would have to be given, under the Declaration, the freedom to "observe High Holy Days, religious rites, ceremonies and burial customs prescribed by their religious belief." Another clause in the Declaration would give to all re: ligious believers "recourse to Under the provisions of the De-: competent courts or other nationclaration. all persons are to havc;„i tribunals for the purpose of Ihe rights to "teach the doctrines, seeking an effective remedy for precepts, rites, traditions a n d; discrimination threatened or sufThen, obviously pointing at the sacred languages of their religious; i crt -d bv reason of religion or bcSoviet Union, Abram noted that belief in public or in private." i lc f •• '.here were "some states where That clause would legalize the laws forbid discrimination in the use of the Hebrew language for religious purposes in the Soviet ... .. ... ,, i in public or in private, alone or in All religious believers would; H ,. ,f *uJ— ;„ .. !" i. „ .u u. J .u r> i : community with others, in worhave the right, under the Declara-; .. u „ „ ,:„„ „_J „u .. ., uii u ship, teaching, practice and obtion. to "establish and maintain *[ houses of worship, religious schools ;;nd congregational, charitable and| educational institutions for thej lurtherance of religious purposes.". They would also have the right most forceful terms" but where policies are carried on which "may well have the effect of obliterating an ethnic group. Ethnic "differences are absolutely depend ent on language, schools, publications and other cultural institu tions in order to survive. Cut an ethnic tradition off from these, .nnd it will die, however nourished The Declaration states categorically that "everyone shall be free to manifest his religion and beliel ihe body of the citizen is by food, to "communicate freely with their clothing and shelter and however| coreligionists and with other re-, Hebrew Free Loan Reelects Schwartz Isidore Schwartz was reelected 1o Ins 12th term as president of the Greater Miami Hebrew Free loan -.Association at its 15th an; II. ti election meeting here. Others named to serve were Joe \rvel. fir-t vice president; Berd Jaffee, second vice presidjent; Mrs. Rose Siegel, third via v idi at; Max Rappaport, treas rer; Mrs. Fred Ochs, financial ) l retarj; Mrs Mas Kunst, re cil ,.n am! \! .\ l'l'.ce, corresponding sect i tarj. Hebrew Free Loan Association makes non-inti -t I eari : l< :o needymembers ol the coi i rriunity. The I>I anization started i'!i s treasury of $25. 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Page 8-A +Jew 1st noridlian Friday. Jcr.uary 34, 1964 All Quiet at Armed Services Center in Restive Canal Zone Tf By Special Report BALBOA, Canal Zone RabW The Center serves U.S. military ;.nrl civilian personnel in w Me a and in addition has been a focal point lor communal acti\i|ie$ involving citizens ol the Rcribhc-of Panama. It was pictured -* a re,,.nt postage stamp usued by Panama as one of a >i-ries of religious edifices on the IsUtmos. Despite tensions which ivc exi.ird between Panama and >ie I' S. Officers of the Student Congregation at Beth Torih Religious School 19S3-B4 are shown with Abraham J. Giltelscn, education director. Lei; to right are Henrietta Longer, Debbie Cohen. Linda Homier, Paul Herman, Jane Hirschberg, Torry Abrams, Penny Hirschberg, Benna Solomon, Jacky Kirschenbaum, Michael Leb, Larry shown Burare Richard Kauimar., Ronnie Book, rows, Steven Hackmeyer. Not Hobert Goodman gabbai; Burt Levy and Sanford Kuttler, rabbis; Kenny Goldberg, Andy Kahn and Mark Shantsis. shamashim; Russell Kagan, Religious Committee chairman; Linda Augenstein and Wendy Hahn, hostesses. Israel Cabinet Studies Arab Summit .IEPUSALEM—iJTA)—The results of the Arab summit meeting held for five days at Cairo last week were discussed by Israel's Cabinet here. Following the Cabinet session, it was assumed that, while Israel may warn the Arab stales against any aggression, the Israel Government will not let itself be drawn into the orbit of artificial tensions which the Arab states are trying to create. Observers here noied that, while the communique issued Friday at Cairo, following the close of the conference attended by 13 heads of Arab states or their high ranking representatives, was full of expected anti-Israel accusations, it was vague on practical measures that the Arabs might take to inSephardic Center Tu B'Shevat Party Rev. Cantor Sad! I Nahmias will officiate at the Tu B'Shevat party scheduled for Sephardic Jewish Center on Wednesday i vening. Guest speaker will be Sam Gorman, past president of the SepharOic Jewish Center of Long Beach. NY. lerfere with Israel's plan to draw Jordan River waters through Lake Tiberias lor irrigating the upper reaches of the semi-arid Nege> Desert. The vagueness, u was emphasised, was not clarified through the statement issued later by Ab del Khalek Hassouna, secretary general of the Arab League. Mr. Hassouna had announced formation of a joint Arab military command "to confront any military action by Israel," stating that Lt. Gen. Ali Amer, chief of staff of the Egyptian forces, has been named as commander. Mr. Hassouna also spoke of decisions by the summit conference to divert the headwaters of the Jordan River and its major tributaries in Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. But there was doubt here about the degree of genuine unanimity achieved by the Arab leaders. 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Implementation <>t such projects would take several years and vast sums of money, lt would have to he financed through oil revenues from those Arab statesSaudi Arabia. Kuwait and Libya— ih.it are not directly touched by Jordan waterand stand to gain no direct beneliis from the pro posed diversion projects, The final communique, issued on behalf of the conference by Mr Hassouna, was lull of the usual Arab denunciations of Israel as a "colonialist" state "guilty of aggression." The communique re emphasized the Arab views about ihe alleged "danger ol Zionism" and urged that the Palestine Arabs organize "to play their role in liberating the country and determining ifuture." Nathan witkin. director of the National Jewish Welfare Hoards Armed Service* Center here, who serves as L'SO area director tor the Canal Zone, has reported thai the situation at the Center is quiet and there ino cause tor concern. In a telegram sent at the height If Sf 8 uTfoS e S EG3 ,vcr the Canal 2 %  **•* %  Z a o n „e RabbfwTtSn reported that public of Panama has ft rn ban u %  till law had Keen declared I., t.mc reCOgnil : the JOattthU. id matters were under control. I.ons made bj .he Center n 1962. Throufih its sponsorship ol the Knbbi Witkin n eived I Ordei Center JWB is the only mainland H Balboa. th< ugh* cor* ,,!„';, Jewish organization oper lion given bj Pa na honor ating in the Car.al Zone -f hi >) ****************** **************,,< *,t *| A DAVID vs. The GOLIATHS! Fighting Dado's Poiiiicai Sickness. Fighting Dade's Economic S : ckness Fighting Unemployment And Hunger. Fighting for Political Peace. LEONARD KIMBAU Councilman ol City of North Miomiflected 4 Times — Twice Vice-Mayor — On a Record of Achievements. Fighting for Justice And Mercy in Government. PULL LEVER 4-A ELECT LEONARD KIMBALL YOUR COUNTY MAYOR Endorsed by Dade County Council for Senior Citnens Pol A.t I Air-Conditioned A He.1 ted. 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Friday. January 24. 1964 t'Jenisti fh-rSdliain Pace 9-A Teen-agers will debate the issue of Medicare at Temple Menorah Men's Club meeting on Jan. 30. Lett to right are Mark Slavin. Richard Friedman, Stuart Mishkin and Eric Kaplan. Teen-Age Debate At Menorah Men I Temple Menorah in lal Teen Age il rhui ..\ '\ e ning, .1 in. Sul ct w il be %  '• % %  dicare In er Ihe Soi I Security Progi am in tin bate will linan, Eric Kap i •:.-... .I.I .: .n, Si i advisors to the teens a:i Nelson and Coun < ilman Jerrj Lclcb.uk. Judge Albert Saperstein, of Miami Beach, Mayer Sidney King, of Surffir'e, ard David *bel. Vice M ayor of Bay H-troor Island, have been invited to serve as judges. The %  -.' %  :\ %  ill be i vard '•il ill,%  lub i Norman Sh II ii natii :.... %  l>. ling | s who i:.,\' won nationwide recognition for I i • ensic ability \i featured w ill be ,i film on ancer, Temple Menorah Member Festival Temple Menorah will sponsor a mid-winter membership festival and general meeting on Sunday I ight. Highlighting the festival will be a special Iribute to the KM families who joined the Temple in September, President Maurice KevM announced. Rabbi .Mayer Aliramouit/ mil lead in the tribi te and officiate at a special ceremony prepareeffor the occasion. In addition to the regular bus ,.., ,;-,,.!... %  a program ol enter : oent v. 'II ;• % %  on, %  red. Israeli ; i i a star Havi> a Halaban M ill present a series of songs taken Irom Israeli folk art. opera music and Yi dish loik tunes. Program \'\\\ also include the Barton Brothers. Sisterhood of the Temple will act as hostess and serve refreshments. Rabbi Brooks to Lecture Rabbi Hershel Brooks will lecture on the "Jewish Calendar and [olida> Hi Tu BShevaf at : i:: pie Zamora adult education ilasscs on Mon ay at 8:15 p.m. Treat yourself to richness Urn mm rich, mellow flavor and aroma! Delicious New Instant Chase


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^ Page 10-A "Jewish Fkridian Friday. January 24 1964 He's First Defendant to Admit Auschwitz Guilt • IT'S TIME FOR PROGRESS! Sam Luby Sr. (left), a trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, turns over a set of keys for an emergency service bus to be used for '.'ansporting blood plasma and other supplies. Accepting the gift on behalf of the staff is Hospital Administrator S. K. Bronstein. Cedars Receives Emergency Truck Emergency service truck valued ai S3.000 was presented to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital this week by Sam Luby Sr.. hospital trustee. The brand now vehicle will be outfitted with an oxygon supply > and other life-saving equipmeit, ;.nd can accommodate two patients jn an emergency Generally, the truck will bo used lo transport medical supplies such as blood plasma from all parts of the city to the hospital. Cedars Administrator Sanford K. Bronstein and Chief Engineer Frank San-onie. Sr. accepted the keys from Luby in a ceremony held, at the entranceway to the hospital. Owr.er of an auto agency here lor nearly a quarter of a century. Luby and hi. family have given substantial sums to endow facilities at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, which is located in the Civic and Medical Center at 1321 N*W 14th St. Hatikvah Chapter Meeting Mooting of Hatkivah Chapter, B'.N'ai B'rith. on Tuesday. 1 p.m.. in Morton Towers Restaurant was conducted by Mrs. Robert Litt, founder president. Program included a review of Yacl Dayan's Dust" by Herschel Honor. Psychologist to Speak "Values and Standards We Sot for Our Children" will be the topic discussed by Dr. Florence Wechsberg, psychologist, at the monthly meeting of the Ys Women on Monday, 10 a.m., at the Miami Branch of the YMHA, 450 SVV 16th Ave., announce! MrJack Amazon, president. In charge of inforn iMrs Herschel Rosenthal. New Judaic Study Group Formation of a new Judaic study group was announced Wednesday by Joseph Cohen, president of Bureau of Jewish Education. The now group, Judaica Study Circle, will; consist of students of Judaica and Judaic scholars in the community. Rabbis, licensed Hebrew teachers, educational directors and Judaic scholars here will be invited to attend the three sessions planned. The first session will be held on Wednesday. Jan. 29. at the Bureau of Jewish Education, 135 N.W. 3rd Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Isaac Unterman, whose new text on "Pirke Aboth" has Just been published, will lecture on "Ethics of the Fathers." with particular emphasis on how the lives of the great sages affected their thinking and judgment. Subsequent sessions will treat new scholarly approaches to the Study of the books of the Bible. Louis Schwartzman, executive diu.ti r Of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will chair the sessions. FRANKFl RT (JTA) Hans He replied: "I though, they had : JJthta. I IhpugbJ il Stark, a 43,vear-old farmer, beb^ convicted by came this week the first defendant in the Auschwitz murder camp trial hero to admit he killed inmates while serving on the staff of the camp in which between 3,000.000 and 4,000.000 victimsmost of them Jews—were annihilated. Stark, who served as an SS of' ficer candidate at the camp intermittently from 1940 to 1943. s-iid he had dropped cylinders of Ky! klon-B poison gas into the camp's tightly scaled "old crematorium" and thus asphyxiated Jewish men and women. Speaking calmly ami with self-assurar.ee. the defendant said "it was terrible. They screamed and gasped for 10 to IS minutes. Then everything was | still." After that, he and the SS men who helped drop the poison gas into the chamber entered it I wearing gas masks. Stark testified that the victims looked grotesque, saying "shooting people is one thing but killing them with gas is inhuman." | He said he was forced to take t part in such actions by Rudolf j Hoess, then the camp commandant who. Stark said, "told me either I help or he could put me down there with them." The executions took place in the fall of 1941 and included one of the earliest killings by gas at the camp. Stark petitioned the court that ho be judged in accordance with juvenile laws because he was under 21 when stationed at Auschwitz, On one occasion, he said, he horded 20 to 30 Jewish women and children—the latter including some only five years old—into the ere I matorium for execution by shoot ing but he did not himself do anyshooting then. "What did you think at the time?" Presiding Judge Hans Hofmeyer asked him. \va# all 1 It's Time To: End petty bickering Eliminate sectional politics Stop the circus atmosphere at the commission table It's Time For: More Industry More Payrolls and Economy in Gov't. It's Time For Progress Attorney Civic Leader President, Civic Commit ?-* for Interama. member Gc • f. Research Council; Preside-f Temple Sinai. Pull Lever 11A For Harold A. U11I District 1-County Commission LET'S SAVE DAD 5>i Vote for a business-nan who has the ability and knewhow to bring new desirable industry to Dade County. A businessman can effect economy in Government. Vote to save Dade County..... PULL LEVER 27-A "A PRODUCT OF THE AMERICAN WAY" ELECT GEORGE MILHET METRO COMMISSION DISTRICT 6 r %  PULL LEVER 3-A -E L E C T / CHUCK HALL COUNTY MAYOR % 



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Fridfcy, Jcfnuary 24, 1964 +Jewish ntrldiati Page 11-A Arabs End Talk Without Scheme Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Segal and Carl Harold at a preview showing of the new Temple Beth Am Sanctuary. Segal is Builcing Committee chairman, and Harold is Capital Funds chc-Tnan. Continued from Page 1 A to harass Israel economically and diplomatically. Israel responded energetically; to the threats emanating from %  Cairo. Prime Minister Levi Esh-I i kol warned that Israel would foil | any attempt to interfere with Is-. rael's right to draw water from the river in accordance with a regional plan developed by the late Eric Johnston as a special United States Ambassador. The Prime j Minister also warned the 13 Arab! rulers to avoid any "adventurous' resolutions." He noted that the United States bad granted large sums of money to Jordan to carry out a water di-, version plan, tapping the Yarmuk, one of the Jordan Riven tributaries and that Syria also was tapping the river for irrigation. Later, EshkoT *m#t wtth U.S. Ambassador Walworth Barbour to discuss the situation. The United States has indicated it supports the Israeli plan because it is within the framework of the Johnston plan. United States and British embassies reminded the rulers at the Cairo conference that the two Western Powers continued to stand by their previous position on regional use of the Jordan River waters. The conference did yield two steps toward Arab unity. One was resumption of diplomatic relations between Egypt and Jordan. The ether was a unified military command to strengthen the Arab position on problems related to Israel. The Soviet Union was plaving a trouble making role in the situation. An Arabic broadcast on Radio Moscow urged the 13 Arab rulers not to transform the presmt 'state of war" into "a bloody battle" over the Jordan River. But the hroadcast also called the project "criminal" and declared that if "Israeli extremists" succeeded in completing the project, "thousands of Arab peasants" would be forced "to abandon their villages on the Jordan River," a prediction wholly unsupported by any known facts. The broadcast also asserted that "the Tel Aviv rulers" had started massing armed forces along the border. However, none of the 1 Soviet broadcasts promised Soviet support to Ihe Arabs if there was military action against the Israeli irrigation project Befh Am Holds Temple Preview Ten pie Beth Am held a pre\ icw Showing of the Temple's i eVJ anctuary recently, where the pital Funds Committee in\ Ited members who had made I ledgi to Ihe New Building Fund F... %  family was aske,1 to choose dedicatory object, which would be reserved for them. Carl Harold, Capital Funds chairman, in • d Herman Feldman. chairman if the planning committee; Joshua Segal. Building Committee chairman; Byron Cherkas, executive .ice president; and Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard, who exlluir.it! thrmeaning of each of the panels in the new sanctuary. Alfred Leibert, well known iadM entertainer, was in charge of the evening's entertainment. which featured Hoofenanny trio. Marvin Stein and Mrs. Stanley Well.:-. Youth Attend Sabbath Service USY and Confirmation Depart ment of Temple Emanu-El held a combined service and luncheon on Saturday evening. Yi ungsters joined the adults in worship in the main Temple and then adjourned to Sirktn Hall lor a program. Highlight of the session was a f l report by Dejdre Greene and Max I Ninon, who attended the Florida %  Conference of the United Christian Youth Movement in Silver Springs as rerresentatives of USY and the Greater Miami Jewish community. Fine Arts School ; Lists Classes Pine Arts Conservatory announces ctessoj in drawing and Ipainting for beginners through ad|vancf I students, both children and idultr, to begin on Saturday, Jan. 5. Tea;her i> Miss Sherna Simon 1'off, who received the BA degree (cum laudc in Fine Arts at Bran deifl :iivcrsit>. At the same mtitution, she received honorable nenticn in sculpture, as well as iraw.\g and creative arts awards. I summer, the Yale Univer6it\ >chool of Music and Art %  warded her ;i tuition scholarship — I Strong Vet £afe-GiVes Hours of Continuous Relief from Minor ARTHRITIS WIM Annr -i* ti\\r% hours of MMufaaOMa rebel from arthritis" minor pain* -7 [evrn such chronifl pain arising from deep in thr joint*. Anacin also rePncea swelling ami Inflammation, in p that It's eaaier 1 move afflicted limbs njrain. The Anacin Tablets arc so elTccjvr is because they contain the pain %  Minended bydoi tori ilus an rrtm Ingredient nut found [n leading aspirins or buffered pinna. Take as directed. We must put a stop, to the bickering and start to build a BETTER DADE COUNTY WITH PULL LEVER 22-A ••••••••••••••••••••••••• All DADE COUNTY VOTERS CAN /MAKE THIS CHOICE! We can BUILD... .Burk will lead the fight te •! %  • the bickerm| of er county temmiiMri whoso petty • •ciio not selfinterest net* damaged our county's image end impeded its progress, gurk will serve the interests ef the Steeple el Dodo County %  s • whale. .Burk will seek the desirable new industry that Dado County needs — providing mere jobs for our people. Burk willwerk to provide Dede County with better reads and a fair share ef the State rood fends with which to build them. gurk will fight for bettor lening procedures, including a requirement of the effirmetive vote ef two-thirds ef the entire Commission te change seeing or issue variances. gurk will strive to improve our County police, fire end transportation services. gurk will offer a constructive program for our Senior Cirisens, Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University of Miami School of Mtditint, and improved public recreational facilities. tf be DESTROYED! • Dainatlen ef ggr neigbbsrheeds • • garden ted the way la the infamous Markoo ca.o (North Kaadall Drivo) whllo ha was Chairman of the Commission — in spite ef solid opposition from the residents. Destruction ef our bey ... The Mid-gay Ceusewey, sometimes called the Gordon Dam", was one of Gordon 1 pet projects (and Still Jit) • Reckless expenditure ef our money... Gordon led the b to employ an out-of-town anglneering firm te design Mid-Bay Causeway for a fee which local firms said S400 000 too high. .Wasteful planning fer our Seaport... Under Cordon's leadarship on tha Commission, the new Dodge Island Soopori has a history of poor planning and improper guidance. • Division of our community... Gordon's previous platform "F B I .. For Beach Interests" — indicates his narrow sectionalism which will defeat all attampts te unify the People of Dado County. Hie his was The election of Morris Burk, an able business man with county-wide perspective, and oth er men of similar caliber and dedication will provide sound, comprehensive, longrange planning a firm foundation for building Dade County's future. r-ji.; bv Committso To ilect Morris Burk



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Page 12-A +Jewlsti flerkUan Friday. January 24, 1964 fl,*. \ % m LETTER TO THE EDITOR Rabbi Urges New Chaplaincy For Jewish Stockade Prisoners FOR OTHERlETTERS PAGE 3-C Choir of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood is honored at a cocktail parly and dinner at Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers in the Lombardy Hotel. The choir renders the liturgy at Friday night services and during the High Holy Days. Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Jack Lefton, Bernard Kaufman, Mrs. Irvin Strauss, Barney Chalfin, Mrs. Morris Pressman, Mrs. Elizabeth Coron, Morris Axinn, Mrs. Jack Frank, Jack Hockman, Cantor Ernest Steiner. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Maurice Freger, Edith Shapiro, Betty, Ruth and Barbara Himelfarb. Not shown are Mrs. Joseph Golub, Mrs. Herman Kutcher and Mrs. Jack Lemishow. Cantor Steiner was presented with a gift at the ceremonies. Reds Oust High Ranking Jewish Chief Continued from Page 1-A i were being brought up in accordance with Jewish tradition. Aspects of Jewish life in the Soviet Union, which have been sharply criticized in the West, meanwhile were the topics of 1 three commentaries on the Mos-I cov Radio, monitored in London ] in the last few days, all of them' defensive in tone. The first broadcast, by a commentator named Adamov, "explained" that Hebrew Bibles were not bein printed in the Soviet Union because "they have to be written by hand" and there were no such experts available. Adamov apparently had confused the method of preparing Torah Scrolls with that of printing Bibles, a standard printing procedure. In the second broadcast, Aaron Vergelis, editor of the only Yiddish regular publication. Soviet-1 ische Heimland. recalled his recent visit to the United States and said he found anti-Semitism widespread in the U.S. He proceed! ed to give figures on the percent age of Jews in the Soviet arts and sciences to prove that there is no anti-Jewish bias in the Soviet Union, The third broadcast again featured Adamov in a discussion of the widely and severely criticized economic trials in Russia. He admitted there was a large percentage of Soviet Jews among those sentenced for alleged embezzlement and black marketeering. He insisted, however, that "the picture also has another side." He then gave figures on Jews represented in various Soviet scientific, scholarly and technological and other agencies. He argued that the admittedly large percentage ol Jews among those sentenced for "economic crimes" was not an indication of the treatment generally of Jews in Russia. EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: I appeal to the conscience of our Jewish communal leadership to establish an immediate chap laincy service through the Rabbin ical Association of Greater Miami It is embarrassing to see thai Jewish inmates of our municipal and county jails and the stockade have no spiritual guidance and religious counseling. The hospitals of Greater Miami serve Jewish patients, and no rabbi visits them because it 'Y 1 Executive Author of Article An article by F.manuel Tropp. associate director of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami, appears i in the current issue of "Jewish Community Center Program Aids," the professional journal of the Xa' tional Jewish Welfare Board. The article, "A Pilot Program for Adults," deals with the new program of lecture-discussions for men and women in their 30's an : Ws offered by the YM and YWHA. is impossible for the local rabbinate even to know the whereabouts of these patients. All municipal and county institutions should be served by chap I. in. provided by the Jewish Federation ol Greater Miami. 1 was successfully instrumental in the establishment of the Florida State Civil Defense Chaplain Corps, It ma) be possible that the same interdenominational group can serve other need) causes. Let iiserve our local needs sincerelv. RABBI TIBOR H. STERN Miami Beach * During this Campaign You Have Seen Hundreds of Signs AND Hundreds of Names ... But It's WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME THAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE ELECT:.. GEORGE M. WILSON A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE SERVICE INTEGRITY EXPERIENCE JL SERVICE • "••**"lWd Service Award of Coral Gable*, *"-^wiwsi 60 ; p ast President of Jaycees; Past Director of Kiwanis; active Church member. INTEGRITY • • %  A Successful Oade County businessman; is Chairman of the Board of Holsum Bakers; and Associate Manager of Francis I. DuPont, stock brokerage firm EXPERIENCE • Present, V serving his second term as n n.#%a hniBUVE Coral Gables City Commissioner; former Dade County Representative on Florida Inland Navigational Commission. "BY GEORGE I'M FOR WILSON PULL LEVER 36-A ON ELECTION DAY! + ••••••••••••••••^********^*v*i**J PULL LEVER 16-A TO ELECT Lew Whi!worth 40 years old, married, one son Attorney and Hialeah Councilman Air Force Combat Flyer Member Dade School Board's Committee on Quality Education and Adult Education Advisory Committee "* Former FBI Agent w H I T W 0 R T H DISTRICT TWO PLEASE VOTE COUNTY-WIDE FOR AL LANDERS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 2 Pull Lever 14A SI yeors old 39 years in Dade County Successful Bu'.nfss Man Married—4 Chi'dren Veteran Werld War II Presidcnt-AI landers Dump Trucks, Inc. President-Dump Trucks, Inc. Treasurer-florida Certified Haulers Association Executive Director-Engineer Contractors Association of Dnde County, Inc. Mason Shriner Member-Hialeah-Miami Springs Chamber of Commerce Member-P.T.A. Charter Member -Bogota People-to People Project A BILL OF RIGHTS I propose a Bill OF RIGHTS by Metro ordinance for the Municipatitieii Spell out Specifically what the Municipalities may or %  wy ot do, pies those things that ore optionol and who has the option. Metre's success depends on the help and cooperation ef the Municipalities. The Preaie.hU te the Charter V£*J?2*& *• "" %  ttpaM. fm w.th the rights f Mr f determination la their l.| %  „. MaV lawsuits hare arisen k*. cause of the lock ef ,1^,1stated set of rules defining "Ucal Affairs". *Y of us who are "re-Metre nates thot Metre bw in lu-.t. tions, that many hmctiens ef Gov e nm '^ eo t be h.ndled by the Municipalities where the pee Pie are cleser te their elected ef '•oals, and feel that such fen*. fined m n eU rt ** (t is difficult fer any city to plan intelligently for the future .midst &f he doebt, cenhisien, and self jerving .nterpretotions pieced en the mean.ng of the Metre Charter. CAMPAIGN PROMISE dio V n i i l !v C0 '' duC, my C ""P" with "•on.tv, resoect my opponents ;? d m w ;.iel.ted"to7heb.,t •f my rtllHy. am aware of. and :"!!•,.*? oece P the area! reBE Vt "*rS> £ %  'ry hard to mrke you nroud •' and our Metro Ga'vernmen, AL LANDERS



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Friday. January 24. 1964 + Jew 1st flor Minn Page 13-A laious un. ( AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. PVIila) s p.m. s.iinon: • %  )',, uld K. form Jewry i:\i-i Without Orthodox l-i\v'.' Saturday >::.u ;IJII. S, tin Mi • and IIIM UltmlOn." Services J his lAJeehcnd Si-mum: "The Itf"' 1 %  -' %  '' %  '" SaliLa th ISmanatlo of Bhlra. i ->r i.iRiit. 1 1101 SW I2tk"ave. abbi Max ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sen. warn. BETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro. Cantor William W. Lipaon. Friday S:ir. p.m. Great Week Babbath. Quest speaker, Rabbi Abraham J ( Karp. Subject: "Where we have Been." Saturday !' a.m. s. riimn; "Whither arc we Going?" Bar Mii/.v.ih: J-rry Alan Sperling. BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Krid.i> 5:3(1 ami 1:80 p.m. Bermon. "KfnrUUal VNIon—Set-lna IK I'.IHCVinr-"' Saturday B:M a.m. Bhabbai Shiran. Sermon* "Sons of Identification." BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Rabbi H. Louie Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. Krldai 5:13 p.m Satiiriluy s:3 a m. Rat— Bernstein. on: "A Sew in. Sermon: BETH KODESH Modern Traditional. Shapiro, fiantor Fred KYiila.v 8:13 p.m. Berin Bong. Saturday H is "A Sew Redemption.*' BETH MOSHE CONGHEGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. R.ibbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fine, •"liilay 8:13 i-au of %  Jl-XViHll is." i ineg Sisterhood. ii.m. Guexl speaker, I'I Nathaniel Boroff <>f tliKm Jewish KducatloB. Topic: Survival through the Ac Bhabbat hosted by th S.tlur.la> S:13 a.m. BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. a —— BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lipachita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. l"iina> 3:13 and 8:80 p.m. Bss Mltsvah: Suaan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Israel Abfauui. Saturday 8:46 a.m. CANDLELIGHTING TfMf lOShevat —5:38 I $ pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Rosanfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg. I rlday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Holiday of Trees." meg Blutbbal boated bs Mr. and .Mis. Leo Drutl In Junior of s..n Martin's birthday. Saturday S;3D a. in, FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. ISRAtLITE "CEN-TPR" 3175 SW th St. Conservative. Rabbi janai, T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Friday 5 and B:1S p.m. Bermon: 'Heaven'* lieutenants." Martin and Steven Vann will participate In m rvice. Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon: "The Soul "i" o Si.nt i We Must Take Vital Part in World By RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation Nearly 200 years ago. Edmund Burke, the English social phlloi opher, t'orv arned his contemporaries; 'The only thing necessary lor the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." How prophetic his words have been through the past two centuries! How meaningful his admonition is today! It is to be regretted that the forcei making for decency, fair play and hard work have not succeeded, generally speaking, in living up to their responsibilities and commitments. Unfortunately many trouble spots in our world today are accentuated by the indifference of good people who are content to sit back and let things take place. The Rabbis of old used the expression, "S h t i k a h kehodayah damya"—"silence or inaction is equivalent to tacit admission or acquiescence." In short, we must be acutely aware of the harm good men do, however unwitttingly. through their errors of omission. In Yiddish we use suggestive and descriptive expressions, such as one possessing "gooteh 1 kavODOB"— "good intentions" —no matter how badly the situation may turn out. There are those who seem content to do nothing because they are lirm believers in the futility (if present day existence. They re mind one of Ecelesiastes in the Bible who said. "Havail havalim hakol navel"'—-Vanity of vanities. all is vanity." The following reasoning is employe.!: "My participation or say is not going to alter anything, so why bother? There are plenty of people who like the honor and the activity. Let them preottaupy themselves with nich ;,!!. govorqment or organisation or synagogue by default. Human be who sit idly by permit difficulties to be compounded and explosive situations to accumulate Today,'people must be ready to ~|and up and be counted either] I lor or against freedom. All the invective and outraged. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Self. MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weberman. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Friday 8:80 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Exodus—A Phenome i of Our Past." Saturday B .. m. Bar Mllsvah: Mark. Bon of all', and Mrs. Nathan Ollaon. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmui. Friday .'. p.m. Saturday S:80 a.m. Bermon: "isylrltual Redemption." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 102S NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 5:31 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon: fail to perform our tasks To re-, 2l '\ '£ ''"iT. Bermon: *-i'ortl* tU of main silent, when it is one's duty %  „,' uv. k." to speak up. is to abet mankinds, TFMpLE BEJ — ^ M ~;; 50 N woes and ills. dr.. So. Miami. Reform. I remember reading about an old Jewish lady who brandished Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son of .Mrs. Marjorie Wolk: Alan, soil "f Mr. ami .Mis. LOUIH T.I\ lor. — • —— B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. Prlda) 8:15 p.m. In honor "f Jewish Musi.Month, Rabbi Rlchter'a theme will be "Si rin. .ns in Song" Illustrated by Cantor Lerner and ih,choral group. Uueg Bhabbai boated b> hlsti ri IIOIKI. Saturday S:3Q a.m. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st activity, inertia or listlessness, we Kendall Rabb, Charles II Th* Have Kodner. rVlda) N :i> p.m. Sei-mi a broom in the face of Nazi tanks j ^J !" *" b Ma ^ x v ^,'!,,'•""' as her city was overrun by the! German Army in World War II. TEMPLE MW ML OF HOLLY. This was no bizarre episode—no. matter how ludicrous it may have appeared. This little woman knew her effort was a feeble one. but she wanted Cod and the world WOOD. 1351 s. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday *:I5 p m. lli.-lli.al t'ollnt'll I ui ila v 11 a.m. The %  id ih, .i. i l'.inBatThe ancient Chinese wise man. Lao-tse, who lived in the sixth century B.C.E., declared: "The most involved fact in the world could have been faced when it was simple. The biggest problem in the world could have been solved when it was small." Docs this sound like an echo of KABBI N0KMAM N. SHAHK0 action by Mault criticism of evil which haunt us arc bound to be meaningless and inconsequential if. by our own inTEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SVU 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi to know on which side she stood. jjjjnls Skop. Cantor Herman Gottl-Yiilav sir. p.m. %  i. wish Arbor Day. t. i iii.-n: "Cm inly •:•"! Maki .. Tree?" S:iiu,ila\ 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Sabbath "f Bong." • TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. the Talmudic dictum of Shammai Friday.. ^.SrSay S^" C nil 2,000 years ago? "Emor me at i Mitxvah: Loula David, sun of Mr. and •asay harbey ttle tad g*.*-^ ^^n^ U "'•" "' TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38, NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alexander Cohen. TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S M. Machtei. Fridav 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "How Hare are Miracle*?" Oncg Bhabbat boated by Blsterhood. Saturdaj B:80 a in. Junior Congregation will officiate, TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler. PVIoay >-:l"i p.m. Pulpit guest, Dr. Max Arst, vice chancellor, Jewh)h Tl logical Seminary of America. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitavah: Neal, N r Mr. and Mrs. Ben Uechtnei Has Mltsvah: Pamela, daughter ut Mr. and Mi-Aii'ii. Blalolenkl, TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. ^.Reforns. JUtobi .Joseph. R. Na*ot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:1*5 p.m* Sermon: "*;,. i Christian Bcbolars of Judaism." TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave. Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards. ; HYlday 8:15 a.m. Bermon: "The Fiaby with the Bath—Will the New Bible Translation Give l"s What We Look : for in Ili< Bible?" Saturday 10:80 a.m. Baa Mltsvah: Karen Dee, daughter of Mr. ami Mis. Beymour Bchul* II,T. TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Cantor Edward Klein. I I riciay 8:15 p.m. Wermon: ". And i.i Uve," In honor of CJA. Saturday 8 a.m. e TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. e TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Israel's I'nflnlshed Symphony." Saturday vr. .i.iii. Bar Mltsvah: Man-, ^'u ..f Mr, mil Mrs. J. Hammer. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab. bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "A 'rim., to I'lalll ami a Tim. lo I'lnck up that which has been Planted." • TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. • TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave. -• % • % ,; Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "A Wing of Triumph." Father, s..n and daughter Bhabbat. Baturda) 8:48 a.m. Sermon: "Pear and Praj • i a TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. Friday 8:80 a.m. Saturday 9 i m it.ii Mltsvah: David, uon of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dayan. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Werniek. Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: 'TLovIn* Tender Caressing Hands." Saturday 8 a.m. Mar Mltsvah: Dennis Jay, son of Mr, and -Mis. Art bur Both. YOUNG ISRAtw. wu NE 171 St. Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Friday 5:80 p.m. Saturday %  • %  %  >",; Sermon: "New Y,.ar .f the Trees. do much" (Pirke Avot 1:15). It is to be hoped, please God, that our generation will never forfeit its basic rights and freedoms bydoing little and saying much. AMERICAN ISRAELI s£g RELIGIOUS STORE $ ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVE. JE 1-7722 S. Schwurti TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N.E. Iftfc St. A Reform Congregation JWV Schedules A Reform Congregation 4 /-.-.asiiill Dr. Joseph R. N.rot, R-bbi j CJA COITlpagin Jicob G Bornstein. Cantor < a4!alii 14 AI Servktt FrMy, 1:15 CAT "GREAT CHRISTIAN SCHOLARS OF JUDAISM'' TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1701 Washington Ave.. M.B. Cbnservatlvi DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, Rabbi Hirsh Adler, Cantor Friday Evening Service 8:30 P.M. Guest Preacher DR. MAX ARZT \ re i'i...n,..ii.., of the Jewish Tii* ..|..i;i,-ui Bemlnarj of Kmvrteti Saturday Morning Service 9 A.M. Sermon 10:30 A.M. We lm it.Y..ui Inquiries Ri Kardlna Pamll) M< mbershlps JE S-2503 Young Israel of Greater Miami honors the Lerner family with a testimonial luncheon at the Waldman Hotel. Shown celebrating at the Jan. 12 function are (left to right) Rabbi Sherwin Staub-er. spiritual leader of Young Israel, Mr. and Mrs Harry Lerner. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lerner. and Rabbi Tibor Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jac ob Con gregation^ GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Toy • Closed Sabbofl. 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sundoy Schools. 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Page 14-A '. Unlst flnridfon Friday. January 24 1964 UN listening Post: By SAUl CARSON O Arabs Admit Purpose of Cairo Summit Was to be Disruptive ——"w r ,„ ..I,,,,-The (Otl (U-stractiui. of UfHILE summit United Nations THE RECENT Arab conference was unier way in Cairo, a very interesting document was circulated at the United Nations. Emanating Irom the so-called "Arab Palestine [Delegation," a body that has only .his high-sounding title but lacks I anything like official recognition from or at the United Nations, the paper boasted outright that the aim of the summit parley was "to insure the disruption of the impending 'Israeli" diversion of the waters of the Jordan." Delegates who received that astounding paper noted two points immediately: a) the chiel aim was to "disrupt" something constructive undertaken by a member state; b) the fact that the word "Israeli" was flanked by quotation marks. The latter point might have puzzled some delegations, until they read the next sentence, which stated that any decision made by the Arabs attending the Cairo conference would be "in conformity with the avowed policies of those states toward the Israeli's authorities throughout the past 16 years." And what are those policies? The foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN Hair-Raising Cruelties in a Syrian Camp Jerusalem pEUVEN LIEBES is one %  i)l the eleven Israelis who, after long years (H protracted negotiations a n (1 UN intervention. has broil returned to Israel from imprisonment in Syria. They have been exchanged for sixteen Syrians held in Israel. Except for three, two girls and an engineer, abducted by the Syrians from Lake Klnneret last July. they were nil incarcerated in Syrian jails for per. ds ranging up to fourteen years. Of the eight. Liebes is the only one who retained his ment;i faculties, who did not go out of his mind under the continuous torture to which they have been submitted and which defies description. Me is the only one. so far. though broken in body, able to tell the hair-raising story of bewildering inhumanity. All the others are living and numb testimony:they are now all patients in mental institutions. It was March. 1962. when Liebes. on leave from the army, went for a stroll on the banks of Lake Kinneret. On his way back to camp, he suddenly Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Jewish Encyclopedia %  HERE IS SHORTLY to be a new Jewi ;h Encyclopedia, announces Dr. Nahum Goldmann. The project must be close to him for, I believe, when he was a very young man. Dr. Goldmann was associated in Berlin with the pubication of a Jewish encyclopedia JI German and Hebrew. Dictionaries and encyclopedias are generally spoken of as reference works, to be consulted only on special occasions. There is the story of a reader who took out the dictionary and later returned it, explaining that, while it was a book of some merit, it had too many short stories to suit him Personally, I find both dictionaries and encyclopedias very enjoyable reading. The novelist Erskine Caldwell said that about the only books he reads are dictionaries. Lewis Browne, author of "Stranger than Fiction" and other works of Jewish interest, during his college days went systematically through the entire Jewish encyclopedia. With an encyclopedia, it is like having the world on your -hell. More than the world, it is a species of eternity itself. For, in a Jewish encyclopedia, you can go back in time to Adam and Bve in the first love story; back to Noah and the great rains which came at a time when the umbrella and galoshes had not been invented; back to David, the giant-killer and statesman; to the wies ^present authentically the Arab poin of view. It [s also true that a vast majority of delegations hen found reason for deep annoyance with the Arab sand Except for the Arabs themselves, several Moslem states, and the Communist bloc out to curry Arab favor—all other diplomats were irritated by the refusal of the Arab states to recognize reality bv recognizing the fact that Israel really oes Wist and that Israel will not let itself be wiped off the map. What bothered diplomats here was the fact that they anticipated the need to face United Nations debate on Israels drawing water from 'he Jordan River through Lake Tigenas and on the Arab opposition to Israel's water project. It was freely understood here that Israel was not. as the Irabs claim, "diverting" Jordan waters—hut onlydraw ing Mime of the waters that are rightfully Is raePs. For, al the very time the Arab "delegation was circulating its hate materials, delegations here also had before them a lengthy; sober, factfilled document, bolstered by dear maps and authentic statistics, showing that the waters being drav n ''.' Israel are in I* ed Israel's. B etween You and At a: By BORIS SMOtAR Jchnston Water Plan W ATER is A precious com ity In the Middle East, crucial element in Israel's inuc planning, it is the kej to xpanded development of the jnd in potentially fertile Negev. It as been vital in the absoi • if the immigration that has more han doubled Israel's populaion ince the establishment *>t the Jewi-.i ..,.m. a is essential to Israel's industry and to the country's economic growth. in the neighboring Arab countries. Syria i.n addition io numerous fair-sized rivers, two I rivers ll iwing in itlerritorv—the Orontes and the Euphra rs—whose annual [low is more than en* igh to meel the country's water needs, Syria's irrigated area can be more than doubled from the I %  ati r n sources. Yet, of all the viewing with special host eiforts to develop the utilization of dot es%  i regional water resources Several I his brought complaints to the United Nations Secui .i: and io years ago, at Syria's it u. bs did succeed in blocking Israel's and v< i economical project to divert the Jordan River ater north ol Lake Tigenas. The United States then stopped economic aid ti Israel, but subsequently proposed the John-ton Plan to store the waters in a regional system. Israel has always favored regional water develop ment planning, in order that the states involved may reap the maximum benefit. It therefore accepted n principle the Johnston Plan which was prepared at the request of the United Nations by an American engineering firm under the direction of the Tennessee Valley Authority. So did Jordan and other Arab countries. However, the Arab League vetoed the Jjroiect, wnich is presented to Israel and the Arab Governmentby the late Eric Johnston, -pecial Ambassador oi President Eisenhower By NATHAN ZIPRIN $ Columnist's Trip to Florida Recalls the Hcrses • ALL HORSES ARE created equal. Much more so it would appear than people. At any rate, one may distin gOish for example between a French man a German and an American, but the French, German and American Jiorscs look entirely alike. Yet one ui our friends is always coming to us with news of Jewish horses in the races. A Jewish horse to him is one which carries a name with a Jewish identilication. horse is called "Ferd" or "Shlemiel" he jusT can't res^,"n^n t r.. k heir Nege\. thi> writof late, there have been quite a Zl u JV' ,>SOUn(ling namis An << "ben a race horse has that connotation, our friend goes wild w.th indiscretion and bets even though he knows jeart that the nag will finish last. b6W • '-• hrd ken entered at a New tore "" % %  • ig ol the season bora the o '"' ,lli 1 "• in obvious but mistakes belief er was d uly.xvhne innocent in these matt in Hi MS qUi,e exclted about "e cUsB bee 11 ,"" %  n< fl '" ,hat hc looked 'it *' <•• f a 1 !" Cra No > < "" <' Wd*lu'.onary even -ulom, • dlscover > "f the wheel? iS caroe or Sflcan '-h T m ,,p n Ammca '"*-"" h, h,v i S Land JKi. N i2! uas ,he P" "Whe Promol F-Sner Ahr"' 1 ******* ,0 r ancest^ the land develone, m h,n,M?,f but U ,s %  >' tu h •n his own really isn t much itS'^h^ran. except when he is fascinated bv their iSffl came to us with the news of a special tg^TSi he \>ev ~ -— —... rwt er will be more ful .„? K' *f the ^^ ,toat ,h


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Fridey. January 24. 1964 9> fcMlcl n-rrMi^r Page 15-A Candidates Ready For.. Races Coming Tuesday F. lowing is 8 list of candidates running for Metropolitan Comand Mayor of Dade County in next Tuesdays election here. Ij-'or ot'ti* listings, see Sec. B. MOT ["omrr. that 1'iiker nient. bould i Pron found;, t'ounty fsen ( >t Da< i-ad 11 p. of He t Irable ttter St ttter It or |ur ." lorial Mil hnprov plitiet The late <•: 15A IIS COU l< did ,'niver Morris Bulk Burk, candidate for Metro ..--ioner in District 5. warned inless we stop the petty r.g Ui our County Govern* the future of Dade County • in jeopardy." ising his followers a "firm &f ion for building Dade B future." Burk pledged to the interest of the people e County as a whole and e fight to stop the bickerMlf County Commissioners." .-() promised "to seek denew industry, work for roads and a fair share of ate Road funds, fight for zoning procedures, and constructive program for nior citizens, Jackson MeHospital and the University mi School of Medicine, and ed public recreational fa 45-year-old Burk is a grad Vanderbilt University H ith 'tegree in 1939. Following rse ol studies at Vanderbilt graduate work at Columbia Mty. • Hardy Matheson "Our economy is our number Lie problem." said Hardy Mathe n. candidate for the new Metro Commission from District 8. 'And.' he added, "all decisions Ind the proposed refineries on uscayne Bay. "We need oil retmties like the Atlantic Ocean needs i)ore -alt." iMatheson, his wife and four pildnn live in South Dade Just a |ile Horn Matheson Hammock, a iblic park named after his grand fcher. The Matheson family do Ited most of the land for the ^thoon Hammock Park to the nty. Over 1.000 acres of ocean it property were also given to c< .mty by the Mathesons for creation of Crandon Park Ralph Poston \ R. Poston, native born Miamian and president of Poston Bridge and Iron, Inc.. running for Metro Commissioner in District 8. believes "it is time leaders in industry sought posts on the Metro Commission and worked together to improve Miami's industrial climate." %  He decries "the tendency in! many circles to tinker with Metro, and predicts that "unless further >leps are taken immediately not only to attract new industry here, but to keen the industry we have. 1 Dade County will become a second class area when the permanent, population reaches a million. "Tourism alone cannot support; the area. We must have industrial parks with suitable buffer areas to lure industry and provide needed jobs." &f 4 George Wilson George Wilson said this week "that you could not put individuals in charge of projects, businesses, or government who do not agree with the principles and purposes for which they were created. "I have consistently supported Metro and have been involved in the defeat of each of the many attempts that have been made to destroy it. No other candidate j for the office of mayor can make that statement. "In addition to my dedication to the principles and purposes of Metro, an occupant of the office of mayor should be experienced in local government. As a commissioner of the City of Coral Gables and then as a Metro commissioner, I have acquired experience in municipal and county government that no other candidate can claim. "My one and only ambition in the field of politics is to make Metro work. As a businessman. I : am interested in and experienced j in the elimination of duplication, %  production of cost, and increasing | of efficiency. The economic fu-! tine if Dade County and each of its citizens demands that these principles be applied to Metropolitan government." Al Landers Al Landers is a candidate for County Commissioner from Dis-, trie! 2. President of a dump truck firm, he is treasurer of the Florida Cer' tificated Haulers Association and executive director of the Engineering Contractors Association of Dade County. Landers has lived in Dade Conn ty for 39 years. The 51-year-old candidate is married and the father of lour children. Landers propose! "a bill of rights by Metro ordinance for the municipalities, which would spell out specifically what the municipalities may or may not do. plus those thiHgS that are optional and who has the option. Metro's success depends on the help and cooperation of the municipalities." The candidate added that "many of us who are pro-Metro realize that Metro has its limitations, that many function'of government can best be handled by the municipalities where the people are closer to their elected officials, and feel that such functions should be more clearly defined." George Milhet George Milhet. candidate for Metro Commission representing District 6. spoke before 1.100 people at the Miami Springs Villas Playhouse recently and outlined his countywide program. "Expanded business developmen to increase area payrolls" is one of Milhet's major goals. The catering business owner also wants "ensolidation of ser; vices, as voted six years ago. to avoid duplication and make it possible to bring about tax reduc-1 tions." He is also strongly in favor of the development of Interama for | business and tourist activity from Latin America. u %  Alex Gordon Adopting i platform of principles and performance. Commissioner Alex S. Gordon is campaigning for reelection to the County Commission on countywide projects he says he has "initiated or sup | ported." Staffing headquarters at 2323 Biscayne Blvd.. and 845 Washing-j ton Ave.. Gordon has named Ray L. Stirling as general campaign chairman. "I have taken positive steps to maintain our budget, without an increase of millage, and feel still greater economies are possible Demanding full value for each dollar spent, I believe my record as the watchdog of the county treasury is well-founded." Gordon said that "in 1959, I initiated a project to survey Dade County's water and sewer needs and the county now has a comprehensive master plan. A specific project is to secure water from a central source for some 160,000 homes now on well water. Gordon also sees as "a prime goal the continuing program for cooperation among municipal groups for joint purchasing, unification of traffic engineering and providing arterial roads. I believe in a cooperating community ol municipalities but oppose outright and immediate elimination oi municipal governments." r T. D. O'Malley Candidate for Commissioner in District 4. Miami' Attorney t. D\* O'Malley, 30, is the son of a former Wisconsin Congressman and labor leader. He lives at 10555 NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores. He will work for "a prosperous economy resulting from increased emphasis on tourism and attracting new industries to stimulate economic growth." "I favor speed-up of Interama and other construction projects here." says O'Malley, "because I feel that unless Dade gets new construction unemployment will mushroom." An honor graduate from the University of Miami with a degree in business administration and the UM Law School, O'Malley also attended Loyola in Chicago. Chuck Hall A County Commissioner since 1957. Chuck Hall, now a candidate lor Mayor, emphasizes the need for "vigorous leadership in a Mayor,"pruVdignity and integrity." Owner of a Miami Beach travel agency, Hall, 46. is a graduate of Northwestern University, and a Navy veteran of World War II. Active in real estate and investments on Miami Beach since 1948. he is a member of 79 civic, political, professional and fraternal organizations here. Hall lives at 975 Arthur Godfrey Rd., and has served longer than any other incumbent commissioner. His platform includes "economic relief to the taxpayer through new modern and clean industry, increased tourist promotion nonpolitical planning and zoning and fur reassessment 'guaranteeing' tax reduction." WHO'S BEHIND MILT THOMPSON? THE PEOPLE! The little people know that Milt Thompson is truly a candidate of the people, by the people and for the people. He's dedicated to their cause ... a public servant for over 25 years and he's NOT backed by the selfish special interest groups. Re-elect Milt Thompson to the Metro Commission—he's endorsed by the people) The Dade County Citizens Committee Eastern Air Lines, local 702 Northwest Small Homeowners League Miami Beach Reporter North Dade Hub American Federation of Labor 1 >(ir Federation of Teachers Bakery Workers Electricians Local The Barber group Post Office Clerks American Guild of Variety Artists Women's Committee on Political Education Building A Construction Trades Council Restaurant Employee Firefighters Letter Carriers Dade County Employees Sheet Metal Workers Mianii Beach Times Marine Engineers Typographical Union Operating Engineers Brotherhood of Railway Car Men of America. No. 801 International Association of Machinists and thousands more! JOIN THE PEOPLE VOTE ON PROVEN RESULTS! Re-elect MILT THOMPSON TO THE METRO COMMISSION Pull Lever ISA RE-ELECT MILT \~+*>w< &r RESULTS ELECT A STAND-UP FIGHTER A STAND-OUT CANDIDATE TOM O'MALLEY YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER LEVER 21-A ENDORSED BY DADE FEDERATION OF LABOR ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS %  .-. DON'T DESTROY OUR TOURISM! If we're to continue enjoying the benefits of our main industry tourism — we must guard against attempts to pollute our Bay and Beaches. Let's protect the beauty for which Dade County is so famous. Hardy Matheson encourages all necessary industry, but he is unalterably opposed to oil refineries in our wonderful community. This is a firm stand taken by a dedicated native Miamian! Hardy Matheson is a Qualified, Experienced Candidate! He's Endorsed by the Miami Daily News! EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR MILT THOMPSON PULL LEVER 15-A. ..' %  n* x >



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E Fage 16-A *. Im '# f frricttW Friday, January 24, \%< White House Correspondent Vanocur Will Address CJA Campaign Opener S4NMR VANOKUR Variety Club Presents Trophies Variety Club recently presented "Great Guy."' "Great Gal'" and •'Good Samaritan" awards for 1963 in recognition ol "distinguished volunteer service to Variety Children's Hospital." Recipients of the trophies were Edward Melniker. as past chici barker. "Great Guy;" Mrs. George Mac-Lean, volunteers chairman at the hospital. "Great Gal:" and J. N. McArthur. noted business executive and philanthropist. "Good Samaritan," for his aid in-Variety's $2 million building program. Ceremonies were held at Miami Springs Villas with some 350 guests attending the banquet, Rep. Claude Pepper, speaker ol tile evening, lauded the members of Variety Club for "14 years ol sponsorship of your Internationally recognized pediatric center which serves 50.000 children annually in the out-patient department alone." New-installed chief barker. Tracy Hare, hospital consultant who helped to organize Variety Children's Hospital, succeeds William T. Kruglak II. FOR RELATED STORI NBC News White House Correspondent Sander Vanocur will be special guest speaker at the cam paign Opening Gala of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign chairman. The dinner at which Vanocur, who has been White House correspondent for four years following his assignment as NBC Correspon dent covering the activities and subsequent campaign of then Sen. John F. Kennedy, will take place at the Fontainebleau Hotel on SunLdaj evening, Feb. 9. "We are delighted thai Vanocur has accepted our invitafion to address our Black Tie campaign opening gala," Rabbi LehrDr. Sorofi at Forum Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, or the Bureau of Jewish Education, will speak on "Continuity and Survival ol the Jews to the Ages" at the bi-weekly forum ol the Workmen's < irele Peretz School on Tuesday evening at the school. 1545 sw 3rd St. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS rOK ITS THRIFT SHOP All Your 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 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED IS YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite, Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland FRanlclin Executive Office FR 3-5581 MEANS KOSHER US SEC. B and C man stated. "One of our nation's most prominent television correspondents, he brings with him not only an up-to-the-minute picture of White House activity, but also an unusual depth of knowledge of the late President, and also of the members of the Cabinet and the White House." Featured commentator en Vanocur's Saturdaj Night Report and ihe Mondaj through Fridaj NBC News Afternoon Report. Vanocur, uring his tenure as White House correspondent, was assigned lo accompany Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy en her trip to India and Pakistan He also covered Premier Khru -chi v's tour ol the I'nited s MORTON SUM Stein, Silverman To Head CJA Unit Announcement that Morton Stefe i t the Colonial Inn, and Larrj Sil'verman will lie co-etiaumi %  ol the Motel Group for the 19C4 Combined Jewish Appeal was made this week by Lou Kenin and Jerry Blank, co-chairmen of the Fooa and Hotel Division Both men. prominent leadeji in the motel industry, have h; an I valuable experience in the CJA campaign and were i•> chairmen in 196.'!. "Knowing the fine leadership Liven to oui commumn hj Morton Stein and Larry Silverman, J im certain that the Motel Group will share in support ol the 1963 campaign and expend evcrj eftor to >how the campaign chairmu Dr Irving Lehrman. th.it I tare <>t the Greater \i m unity is uppermost i thea minds." Kenin said mkWmmWkWkWkTtmtkWkW''mmmfm9 BEGoodriefc NORTON TIRE CO. 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* nu. owian s IMcM 1 T adeland, furs Irom A:irian Thai. Ii.J .-furnished by Jojeans -ha D Wigs. Models' hair styles nil : by Louis and Fred's Beauty lalon Mi d< are Mrs Henry Arman, Mrs Stanley Bulbm. Mrs. Charles Ferber, Mrs. Fred Feigenbaum, MrSherwin Glvel, Mrs. Ainslec R. Ferdie, Mrs. Norman Pallot, Mrs. Rona Rosenblum, Mrs. Herherl Ross, Mrs. Ira Segal, Mrs Werner Sommer. Mrs. Norman Weiner, Mrs. .lake Froug, Mrs, David Wise Modeling men's wear are Robert Friedman. Sidney Potlock. Herb Ross, and Bernard Weintraub. Fashion show coordinator is Mrs Ainslee If. Ferdie. Assistant fashion show coordinators are Mr-. Jake Froug and Mrs. Murray Pried. Ticket chairman is Mrs lenneth Herman Teachers Unit Planning Ball Dade County Classroom Teachers' Association announces i t s fifth annual Scholarship Ball on Ft day evening, Jan. 31, at the Fontainebleau Hotel Purpose oi the annual event is to raise funds l r lour new contir.uing scholarships each year for < bildren of Dade County teachers. Mrs. Beatrice J. Stepkin, teacher at Coral W a y Elementary School, headI he Scholarship Ball Committee, whose membership totals 3D and includes Mrs. Ruth Parish, in charge of tickets; Lew Leon, reservations; Dr. Al Dernier rd Mrs Edith Bleich, refresh ments; Ann Kiburz, hostesses; and Ralph Fistel and Maurice Simmons, prizes. Tins yearhall features continuous dancing including two bands, Mrs. Leonard Abramson and Mrs. Seymour Alterman, cochairmen of Temple Emanu-El's "Book of the Brunch" series, meet with Dr. Irving Lehrman to discuss plans for the first book review on Jan. 29. Dr. Lehrman will discuss "Caravans," by James A. Michener. Projec' is sponsored by Sisterhood and PTA. Other sessions are scheduled for Feb. 19 and Apt. 7. n B J bv ISABEL GRCVE lives gathering tor the nd nuptialwhich will luniti Carol Price and Barry iMichael Cheren include the %  bridegroom's brother and wife, l.M: and Mrs, Stanley Cheren, 1 grandparents, Mr, ami Mrs Louis Daitch, of New York. Mr Mrs. Herbert Daitch and Mr and Mrs Nathan Schwartz. ion Also the bridebrother and his ife, the lelvin Prices, of New York, her lt< r Sheila and husband Philip .. Mr and Mrs. George in, New Yorkers, and "N'lniian Lyons Daughthe Jack I'rues. ol Kail %  llii and son of Coral Gableand Mrs George Cheren, aroh and Barry will be mar ied on Sunday al Temple Dmanu-El, with reception and to follow at the Seville. • Five generations at the dinner %  celebrating the silver wedding (anniversary of Florence and Fh [Kinbinder. Wednesday evening Parly at the Candlelight Inn %  hosted by Florence's father. Leon fee llirsri Greal Day at the Races for |Gr< ater Miami YMHA Its |KCD program benelitted from the luncheon and afternoon at cal Park "Y" Pi'-i pent, E Budd Cutler, who judg led the ninth race troni the Win hers Cirole, and wife Iris, hosts a large group Guests al lunch include! her parents. Mr. and Mrs. David Schuham. Mrs I se Aferams, community work 1 I world traveler, Dr. and >Irving Snow, winter visitors Also Harry Gottlieb, visiting from Fall River, Mass., who came right trom the airport. Mr.Selig Snow. Mrs. Mel Levenson, Mrs Seymour Weiss, Mrs Edwin Cohen and Mrs. Harold Webman, all of South Miami. The Eugene Fleischers. of South Miami, got away for a lew days to the Palm Beach Bilt nmre lor the annual convention of the American Horse show Association Gene is a recognized steward oi the national tho oughbred group The Fleischmans will be showing some of their horses at the Sunshine Circuit this winter and sprin Eileen and Charles Bonaparth al the De.iuville Hotel for a 10day visit The former Eileen Schiff and family now live in Cedarhurst and have three youngsters, Betty Jane. Shelley and Peter Her parents are Lil and Harry Schiff. of Miami Beach, and brother Neil, well known builder, lives with wife Barbara and their three in South Miami. Sylvia and Les Ariessohn and daughters Jor.n and Ronnie back lrom New York, where they attended a Town Hall piano recital given by brother Jerome Rap paport Brought back the rest oi the family for a reunion here with sister and brother in law Flo and Bernie Bloom and Stuart Visitors include broth! %  : Morn;\n<{ wile Bather, na Continued on Page 14-B ^^yi^%Z^"U U(j FIRST IN FLORIDA! MATSON HIS-'N-HER SPORT SHIRTS 10.95 each Sports shirts that were made for action with addition cf Lycra" spandex to a blend of Dacron" polyester and cotton that makes the fabric g-i-v-e with the movements of your body! Light blue, maize, pewter. siore for men, soeet llooi DOWNTOWN v.iAV.i ako a> dsdeland. miemi beach, s'roei. tort l.-.uderdale. west p.-.lin beach. 163>d I



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Page 2-B f.lewlsl^ncridUat Friday. January 24, \%{ Mozart Birthday ** ** %  ""** To be Honored Miami Beach Music and Art.Harry Levy. 350 Lincoln Rd.. has qualified for membership in the reading Producer's Round Ta League and the Friends of Mozart y^-T jy. only resident of Dad? of Miami trtn present an al. Mozart program at the Cardlon Hotel on Monday. 8:30 p.m. in honor of Mozart's 208th birthday Artists will be Eugene Dubois. violinist; Herman Busch. cellist; Charles Richards, pianist; Rose Bynim, soprano; John Tone, bas so; and Esther Barrett, piano accompanist During the program, a $250 scholarship will be presented to Charles Reskin in honor of Ruth Brotman founder of the League, and Herman Binder, president emeritus. Planning Committee for Temple Emanu-El's 3reakfast Forum Series, under the chairmanship of Dr. Sherman Kaplan, meets with Dr. Irving Lehrman to discuss plans for the series. Dr. Max Arzf, vice chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, will be inaugural speaker on "What Can We Moderns Believe?" Committee members include (lef to right) seated Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Lehrman. Standing are O. J. Rosenstrauch, Mrs. Seymour Alterman, Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Michael Taines, Mrs. Charles Rosenblatt, Joseph M. Lipton. Temple President, Mrs. Max Boderman. Mrs. Leonard Abramson. Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Pioneer Women Plan Activities Throughout Area Mrs. Milton Green, president, thespians. They arc Mesdames lor Thursday. Feb. 6. 1 p.m. at Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Fred Sandier, Charlotte Beil. Al Women, announces a 'Tree of fred Stone and Maurice Kleiman. Mrs. William Sokoloff is accompanist. New members will receive the Pioneer Women's silver pin and Washington Federal, 1133 Norman dy Dr. On the agenda will be a discussion ot the donor luncheon to he held in March at the Fountainebleau Hotel, and a report on the recent luncheon at the Bel Air Life" membership party to be held on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sally Barr. membership chairman, is in charge ol the evening. an Israe li product. Contest" for the' Hotel. The latest Israeli film. "Valley, s j| ver filigree Israeli heirloom Bi( Dr Celia Davis is to speak on ol Hope." will be shown, and an | jle wiH ^ concluded. original skit. "The Volunteer." is Club 2, Mrs. Ida Liftman, president, is having a party at the home! of Mrs. Miriam Wolf man, 1565 Drexel Ave.. on Saturday at 8 p.m.; Dov Chapter Sets Celebration Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women. will celebrate Tu BShevat at a luncheon on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Anna Block. 1643 SW 7th St. Mrs. Block. Mrs. Nellie Bernstein, Mrs. Hose Kleinman and Mrs. Fanny Tokayer, president, all recuperating from recent illnesses, will be honored. Other officers of the chapter are Mesdames Lena Foin-tcin. Martha Sacks, vice presidents; Max Cluck, treasurer; Harry Personik and Max S. Newberger, secretaries. County to win the awarJ. for Health Insurance for the seventh consecutive year. Levy is past president ol the South Florida Association o! Health Underwriters, an Sfiij ate of International Association ot Health Underwriters. Past Presidents To be Honored Tribute will be paid -ro all bast presi ents at the annual B*nai B'rith of Miami luncheon in their honor on Tuesday noon. To be held in the Biscayr.c Ter••ace Hotel, event is open to tV public. Modeled by members of B'nii B'rith, Mary Norton's "Fashion ot the Hours" will be presented, with Mrs. William Sagman. comment a tor. Hairstyles are by J, Bald] Helen Hivoire, chanteuse. will en-f tertain. In charge of reservation> are Mrs. Nathan Rubin. Mrs. Herman Pearl and Mrs. Sagman. current events to be presented by the Kudimah Beach Hadassah Slates Author Of Music Books Second in a series of five book reviews sponsored by the Miami j Beach Chapter of Hadassah is ] slated for Monday. 1:30 p.m.. at the Algiers Hotel. David Ewen will review his bio| rraphy, "The Life i n d Music of i e o r g e GershAin." Ewen is au-' hor of some 40 woks en every acet of music. They have been ranslated into 17 languages, including Hebrew. IWH Ewen has devoted his entire career in music to the double mission of showing that good music can be popular and popular music can be good. He is the authorized biographer of Gershwin. Richard Rodgers and Jerome Kern. Ewen first met Gershwin in 1988. In 1962-1963, Ewen wrote and co-produced a series of 52 broadcasts tracing the history of American popular music. Ewen and his wife moved to Miami last summer. Here he is continuing to do research and to write books on music. Mrs. Rose Rasher will review "Women Built a Land," by Ada Maiman. at an Aviva Club meeting on Thursday. Feb. 6. 12:30 p.m. Evening will celebrate Arbor Day.! |fjg Alfred Lichtblau, president. v. ill be in charge of the meeting to Beth Israel Ladies In Card Party A card party, sponsored by the Sisterhood ol Congregation Beth Israel. Miami Beach, will be held at the Coronet Hotel on JJednesitay at 8 p.m. Chairing the affair are lira Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Murray Rosenberg and Mrs Bernard BasA regular meeting of Beba (delbe held at the First Federal Sav son Chapter has been called by ings and Loan Association. 900 NE tacky. Mrs. Dora Olferhenden, president, 125th St. Refreshments will be served. Book Brunch At Beth Am Mrs. Robert Newman, president, Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am. has announced a "Brunch for Books" to be held on Wednesday. 10 a.m., in the Youth Lounge ol the Temple. A book review will be presented by Mrs. Herbert Batinv gard. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Dan Franco. Mrs. Morton Notarius'and Mrs. Richard Alper. Next art seminar, sponsored by Sisterhood, will be held on Feb. 17 at the home of Mrs. Jack Freeman. Chairman of the seminars is Shirley Green. The Very New and the Very Old In the foreground Is Tel Aviv with its 20th Century excitement—smart hotels and super markets, theaters and night clubs and a world-famous beach. In the background is Jaffa with its ancient fascination—the historic Old Quarter, the "Pish Pesh" Market, the curio shops and memories of the golden age of Solomon. Here is one of the newest cities in the world loined with one of its oldest by a narrow sfreet that is many centuries wide. Now a single city,Tel Aviv-Jaffa is, indeed, one of the many simchas of modern Israel. The Taste of Yuban Coffee Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive Wend of green coffees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans-for deep, dark, delicious flavor. ^Vflaf8 M ite *a' i s>*a < 'Mad Hatters Luncheon Anne Frank Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women, will hold a "Mad Hatters Luncheon" at the El Bolero, 3181 Coral Way. on Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Vflfg Certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohri K KOSHER-PARVE



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Page 4-B tfJewistncrk/iat Friday, January 24, 1354 Beth David Players will present an original musical comedy, "Champagne Extra," in Spector Hall this weekend, following a successful showing last week. Shown (left to right) are first row Rube Idels, director, Lilyan Brotman, Lynn Golden, Nora Abbott, Ruth Syrop, Frank Rose. Second row are Helen Weinrraub, Minna Bloom, Lucille Alterman, Mary Niditch. Third Row are Dick Reiseman, Stanley Bornstein, Israel "Doc" Slutsky, Joseph Forer, Bernie Hammersmith. Fourth row are Bill Porter, George Saluk, Charles Temple and Burt Sher. Beth David Show Jun 0f Congregation Elected On Boards Again Beth David Players are presenting "Champagne Extra" again this weekend at Spector Hall, Coral Way and SW 27th Rd. The musical comedy, a spoof on Ihe catering business, directed by Rube Idels, played to capacity audiences during its first engagement last weekend. Remaining performances are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, with curtain time 8:30 p.m.; Admission is $2. Junior Congregation of FlaglerGranada Jewish Center recently elected Ira Gordon, cantor; Rabbi, Ricky Strul; gabolm, David McCabe and Stuart Mahler, They will conduct the services during January and February. with five extra laundratives FAB gets every wash far cleaner than the detergent alone because FA3 has more than a detergent ... adds five extra laundratives to get wash clean clear through as the detergent alone cannot do. CLEAN CLEAR THROUGH! KOSHER PARVE PRODUCT OF COLGATEPALMOUVI TETLEY TEA ft A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yes. there'! Yom To* spirit la? this 6ne tea..."flavor crushed" for fulled strength and stimulation ... richer taste and pleas%  re with your fleishig* and %  ilchlgt tod betwera saeaj Mtreshmeni... AJCong. Women To See Fashions Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, president, and Mrs. Mortimer Janko, chairman ot the Donor Luncheon Committee, have announced that the "Chai" donor luncheon of the Florida Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will be held Friday, Jan. 31, at Chandler's Restaurant. Highlights of the afternoon will include a showing of original fashions designed by Stella's of BayHarbor Island, and a cantata per lormed by the Louise Wise Chapter Octet under the direction ol Mrs. Binah Barnett. Members of the Octet are Mesdames Joseph White, Geraldine Kunken, Shirley Greene. Augusta Goldman, Gertrude Mogul, Nata 1 Utal. Devorah Kram. Evelyn Levy and Mitzi Schwartz, Guest speaker will be Mrs. Betty Alderson, tour director ol the % %  American Jewish Congress. Serving on the luncheon coin: mittee are Mesdames Ir\ inu Kap Ian, Harvey F.. Kramer, Joseph White, Sadye Raymer and Jack Shapiro. Certified Kosher ttria Robbtnioal SuparUdem lovely onions? Onion flavored MATZOHS See and taste now oodles of onion flavor makes these snap. apart matzohs a welcomo change from bread an hand-in-hand with soups, fish, main dishes! The snack supreme .. gives new life and delicato zest to dips and spreads. Onion f^vor does ill JFCS Women Plan Opening k.<. been issued by ing the areas of service provided invitations have been < CO nunuiiitar by Jewish Fan,. Ihe women's Cmnmrttee oJewisn cmrm > t service, a memFamily and Children s Servic £ organ iHitloa of the Cm,t,,i nc first membership %  tun uml ;inH ho Greater.#Ur.], 1964. |sh FeOtMAkaflnMornhpY* affir*prospective mem hPrs havTbeen asked to attend a Mrs. Howard E. Rosene men,. Sing al I p.m. on Friday, Jan. hership vice president, u i„ "l at the Washington Federal %  auditorium. 899 NE 167th SI at cording to an announcement l>> Mrs. Mona T. Kline, Women 8 Committee president. A feature of the program will be the Agency drama group in -The Sweel Potato Vine." bj Bar bara Kay Davidson, one of the Familv Service Association of America's "Plays for Living" series Workshop discussion following the play will be moderated by Leon Fisher, executive director, Jewish Family and Children's Ser vice. This "ill be the first .if two separate workshop affairs stress Cardiac Ball Hopes Seating Will Hit 1,000 Two "distaff" members of the Board of Governors of National Children's Cardiac Hospital. Geri Goldberg and Audrey Fairmont, are virtually devoting lull time Ihese days handling reservations and tickets lor the hospital's annual Coronation Ball schedule.! for S;.t'.irda> in the Napoleon Room ol the Deauville Hotel "We're hoping to hit attendance of a thousand this year.'' says Mrs Goldberg, who also is assistant secretary and chairman of hospital services for Miami's internationally-known children's heart center devoted exclusivel) to the care and treatment of rheumatic and congenital heart diseases in children. fn asking support for the annual benefit affair. Co-Chairman R. Williams Apte emphasized that no solicitation for funds will be made at the ball Highlights of the program will be the coronation of the new King and Queen of the Land of Mending Hearts, and entertainment by ever-popular Jimmy Durante and his entire show. 0 „ip vice president, is charge of invitations and reservations. It's mechayehdige!" 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Friday. January 24. 1964 vJewlstrhrldian Page 5-B So. Shore UN Unit Bank Names Schwartz To Hear Speaker 'The Needed Psychological Changes for Peace to Counteract the Cold War" will be the topic explored by Prof. James Tedeschi, of the University of Miami, at the next regular meeting of the South Shore Unit, American Association for ihc United Nations, on Monday. 8 p.m., at Washington Federal Savings and Loan, 1234 Washington Ave. A movie, 'Tlie International Atom," will also be shown, narrated by Dr. Solomon Lichter, principal of Ida M. Fisher Junior High School. The meeting is open to the public, and Abraham A (irunhut is president. At an annual stockholders' meeting of the Metropolitan Bank of Miami, Harry B. Schwartz was elected to the Board of Directors. Secretary-treasurer of Precision Metal Products, Inc., Miami, Schwartz has been active in manufacturing and financial circles in the area since 1947. Named assistant cashiers in the Installment Loan Department of Metropolitan Bank at the same meeting were Louis R. Piehler and Claude A. Brown. Women's Groups of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami are honored in connection with their "Day at the Races" conducted last Wednesday ct Tropical Park, when the nin'h race was named in their honor. At the conclusion of the race, the winner's trophy was preserved by A. Budd Cutler (left), "Y" president. Shown with Cutler (left to right) are his wife, Iris; the jockey, Walter Blum; the trainer, C. L. Robbins; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wechsler, co-chairmen of the event. M; ; Samuel T. Scpiro (center) was hostess recently at a special morning coffee in honor of the Greater Miami Women's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University. Mrs. Samuel Simonhcff, president of the group, is now arranging meetings that will tc'.:e place in the Coral Gables, South Dade and North Miami Beach sections of the city. Serving on the commi'.'.ee for the Woman of the Year luncheon recently and shown ct the coffee are Mrs. Jack Katzman (left) and Mrs. Carl Weir.kle (right). Beauty Pageant Entries Accepted i v •• Greater Miami doors to the 1%4 Miss America Pageant opened this week when Miami Jaycees began accepting applications from contestants in the Miss Miami Pageant scheduled for Bay lront Park Auditorium on Mar. 20 and a possible successor to the 1963 Miss Florida, Flora Jo Chan donnet. Contest coordinator, Mrs. Gloria Siegel, announced that more than S2.000 worth of prizes will again be offered to the Miss Miami winner, including a seven-day cruise and a sub.equent three-day cruise to Nassau. Applications received during the coming week will provide eligibility for early entrants to receive a weekend cruise. Requests for applications >"nould be directed by phone or mail to Mrs. Siegel at 1085 SW 79th Ave. Nurses 'Capped' At Mt. Sinai Fifty student nurses at Mt. Sinai Hospital's School of Practical Nurs :ng were "capped" Thursday niyht in the hospital's Wolfson Auditorium. The capping ceremony designates successful completion of the freshman period, and studentwill rontinue their training until graduation in August. The traditional ceremony was preceded by a buffet dinner in honor of alumni members oi the school who participate in the cap ping by removing thiir own caps and placing t'lem on Hie heads ol, the new recipients. Program included greetings from J. Gerald Lewis, president ol the hospital; Dr Jacob Neber, on behalf of the Nursing Committee; Mrs, Yale Levenson. vice prcsi dent of the Women's Auxiliary; and Samuel Gertncr. executive director. Chairman of the evening was Mrs. Philip Lcfkowitz, chairman oi the School's Scholarship and Loan Committee. Mrs. Carmen F. Ross, director of nursing and nursing education, spoke on the significance of the capping and students ; were presented for capping by i Mrs. Adeline Haiduck, assi.-tant director of nursing education. Memorial Plaque To be Dedicated Ceremony dedicating a memorial plaque at Flagler-Granada Jewish Center will be held in the chapel on Sunday at 2 p.m. Rabbi David Rosenfeld will conduct the services, assisted by Cantor George Goldberg, with the collation to follow, hosted by the Sisterhood. Names to be unveiled are Joseph Abelson, Mary B. Adclman, Ida Brandt. Bessie Brown, Morris Cherry. Minnie Coverman, Abraham Cow en, Dorothy Donner, Abraham Elitzky, Reva Goldberg, Lana Farkas. Morris Farkas, Alex Iritsch, Arthur Gcnandes, Harry Hirsh. Samuel P. Kudwitt. Also Louii Leand. Rhoda Margolis, Zisel Oslrolf>ky. Berel Ostroffsky. Helen Rosenberg. Sausa Rothberg. Jacob Rothberg. Louis Shankman, Robert Shcr, Rose Shulnian. llynuui David Wagner. Suburban League Benefit Banquet Carol Lawrence and Myron Cohen will CO-Star at the benefit banquet of the Suburban League on Sunday. Feb. 9. at the Deauville Hotel. Proceeds will go to Variety Children's Hospital, the club's sole charity project of the year, according to Mrs. Charles Himmel, president. Mrs. Morris D. Levitt is banquet chairman, with Mrs. Larry Mizach in charge of reservations. | ***********-****-*•*-*< Mizracki Theme On Television Rabbi Solomon Sclnll, spiritual leader oi Congregation Beth El. and Presi mt of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami, will host "Still Small Voice" Sunday. 10 a.m.. over WCKT Ch. 7. Guests on the program will be Itabbi Morriccai Kir-hblum. president. Mizrachi Hapnel Hsmizrachi; Mr;. Alfred Stone, regional coordinator. Women's Mizrachi ol Florida: and Mrs. Alexander Gross. 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Page 6-B *•Jewis*FIcrtdton Friday, January 24, 1964 Shown loading Ship-a-Box toys collected by Islands Division; Mrs. Arthur Weider. Bay Dichildren of the Sunday Schools of Greater vision; Mrs. Sherman Feinstock and Mrs. Peter Miami are the Ship-a-Box chairmen of Greater Hornik, Evening Division; Mrs. David Kramer. Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Shores Division; and Mrs. Sheldon Slote, overWomen. Left to right are Mrs. Jason Berkall Section chairman, standing with Mel Minman, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Irving Miller, inson of Eagle Shipping. Sisterhood Sabbath Set at Beth Sholem Temple Beth Sholem, Hollywood, designated .Ian. 17 and 18 as Sisterhood Sabbath. Mrs. Faske. Seymour Gelber. Randy Christmas, Ed Klein and Aram Irwin Salitsky, Sisterhood presiQosh-rarian dent, announced that Temple Beth; ^ ^ affilia|ion with tnc State Attorney's office for the Sweet Sixteen For Candy Berman Mr. and Mrs. Al Berman. of SW 24th Jid.. were hosts to. a Svvee Sixteen party in honor of their daughter. Candice (Candy, attended by 42 guests a. a luncheon given at Leonard's LaPena last Saturday afternoon. Candv is in her jun.or year at Coral Gables High School where she is active, and belongs to Beth David Youth. In keeping with her name she wore for the occasion a red and white dress with "cand>"striped bouffant skirt. Rivkinds Feted At %  Farewell" A "going away" party for Per ry and Dolores Rivkind at their North Dade home was attended bv more than 150 guests, with County Commissioner Alexander Q eaC L /|OI1IStS S. Gordon the guest of honor. 7^~ r l_iRivkind is on a leave of abHeCsT RaDDI sence from the State Attorney s office. He has enrolled at Flon£ SA aS' lltrimS i* noon a. Wa.dman's Hotel, ogy. Rivkind and his family will Gueat speakei %  wu RM Joseph Hve on the university campus. S. Shubow, o. Temple B na, Moshe. Among guests were State At''">-"" 1 tornev Richard E. Gerstein. Metro, A veteran Zionist author and Sheriff T A. Buchanan. Col. Jessie linguist, Rabbi Shubow. who reBarkett and Metro Judge Fredercently returned from a trip to ick Barad. Dr. Erwin Stasek and Russia, discussed "Jews Behind Dr. Demi Maincric. of "Miami the Iron Curtain as 1 Saw Them. Dade Junior College. Assistant I)r .\|, ra | iam wolfson talked on State Attorneys Adele Segall currcnl events. Evening was CANDV BERMAN Miami Beach Zionist District weekly luncheon club met Wednes Sholem Sisterhood numbers 350 members "and is one of the extremely active Sisterhoods affiliated with the National Women's League of the United Synagogue P anmcn of America." Sabbath projects play an important part in Sisterhood programming and implementation, she said. Last Friday, at the late Temple I Beth Sholem service at 8:15 p.m., the observance of Sisterhood Sab: past two years, Rivkind served with the Metro Public Safety De chaired by Jacob C. Fishman. Available All Year Around Cantor—Baal Koreh Also Moshgioch if Required Will go eat o town. TEl. HI 3-6471 Oneg Will Honor Students Friday Evening Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood Sisterhood includes seated (left to right) Mrs. Morion Levin, program vice president; %  bath took place. Rabbi Morton Mrs. Irwin Sali'sky. Sisterhood president. Standing (left to | *&?**' V***** 1 _****** *** right) are Mr.'. Bernard Stepper, youth activities vice prescient; Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Beth Sho.em; Mrs. Milton Klier, fund-raising vice president, making plans for Sisterhood Sabbath. Not present are Mrs. Ernest Seiner, coordinator; and Mrs. J. Leonard Fleet, membership vice president. | Sholom, wrote a special religious j commentary on some Sabbath I "Why's and Wherefore"s." The j script was presented during service by the president and four vice presidents. Sisterhood Sabbath coordinator is Mrs. Ernest Steiner. Rabbi Hershel Brooks announce: Mendel Fisher To Dedicate Me Ami Book WILL SHARE My lovely, very lavishly furnished apartment on ocean with refined a father, son and daughter Shabbat ""• '" *s. Call Monday ar iit the late Friday evening service Tuesday after 5. Phone 531-3191. '\ill be dedicated to the students -~ -~~-~-~— — — %  —e— w^^^r^^^ daea Group which meets at the \ Temple will also be honored. % Howard Manhoff. of the Relig% ious School, will deliver a >ermon\ ette honoring his classmates. % On Sunday, during a REAL ESTATE LICENSE SCHOOL breakfast tor students and their Mendel N. Fisher, Zionist leader ho has dedicated much of his life tj Ac Jewish National Fund of America, will be guest speaker at • overal important functions being arranged for his forthcoming visit to Greater Miami. For many years, he was deputy member of the Zionist Actions Committee and in connection with the First Israel Bond Issue, served as general advisor to the Zionist Organization of America. parents, honor students of the first % a innately $200,000,000 was mobilized semester will be named. lor redemption of land there. Chairman of the school commit\ Fisher comes to Greater Miami tee is Letter Shapiro. Teachers % to dedicate the Me Ami Golden' include Rabbi Brooks Mrs. Reul Book which was inaugurated at a ben Lederman and Mrs Nathan % 4 JNF banquet in December. I n % •••' >•* *iom Continuous Course Evening Classes Start Anytime R. C. PEACOCK CO. REALTORS Suite 2, 1st Kofi, tank PI aim Sara. k. 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Friday. January 24. 1964 Women's Confab Hears Dr Shapiro Secretary of the National Foundation for Jewish Culture Dr. J^dah .1. SKaniro keynotea a I'at tern for Survival" conference last week co sponsored by the Feeler ;.tion of Jewish Women. Isolating the thread of Jewish Mirvival to the community at lar.ne, Dr Shup'ro stressed that "although n.any here have a strong personal Interest toward an individual agency, yOU must also share this allegiance with the central source, the Federation, in order for the total community to grow and provi e better and more efficient services for all." The seminar was sponsored by the Federation of Jewish Women in cooperation with the American Jewish Congress, American Techliion Society Women's Division, B'nai Brith Women, Hadassah, Mizrachi. National Council of Jewish Women, Brandeis University N.itiodds. Women's Committee. Pioneer Women, Women's American ORT. i'nd American Friends of the Hebrew University. Two panel sessions were held in the morning. "Youth in Our Changing World." moderated by Mrs Milton Sirkin. and "The Human Rights Struggle." moderated by Mrs. Sue Felt Stevens. Panelists were Mrs. Burton Coldstein, Mrs. Audrey Finkel *Jmisft fhrldicin Pag 7-3 City of Hope Wilt Honor Paskow Miami Beach Chapter, City of Hope, annual Leukemia Day luncheon will be held on Wednesday noon in the Fontaine Room of the 1 Fontainebleau Hotel. Chairman is Mis Bernard Holfman. Larry Paskow, of the Harbor Island Spa, will be honored. Entertainment will feature •George Deuitt. master of ceremonies, Jimmie Durante, Pepe Miller, Jimmy Holmes, Charlotte Kay. with music by Sammy Lane and his orchestra. Reservations chairmen are Mrs. Max Amhowitz and Mrs. Harriet Edwards. HA/fiUA WllhinltonAvi.il I [lltfiSl MumlBsxM Showi Continuous from 1:30 LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS NEW SHOW NEW STARS STEVE GAYNOR %  '•iihsii-Aiut rican s,-i>>:< 11 Singing star FRAN CROSBY 1 tut standing Comedienne KENNY BROOKS Schochfer 4 Stein and many others in Comedy • ON, SCREEN • VIIIIIKII Comedy with £ngUh suii-rm. ."III. HJ" With man) si.n a of lh yi.l.ii.-h Thc*str Matinee Evenings ..1 55c 1.25 Taking part in the "Pattern for Survival" Federalion of Jewish Women's Conference at the DiLido Hotel last week are (left 'o right) Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, guest speaker; Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman; Mrs. Charles P. Fienberg, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Sol Goldstein, program chairman. stein, Mrs. George Simon, Seymour Samet. executive director of the American Jewish Committee, [ Use Earl, Women's Division direc-1 tor of the American Jewish Congress, Nathan Pcrlmutter, execu-l live director of the AntiDefama-j t'on League of B'nai B'rith. and Minnie Feinberg, executive secre; lary of the National Council of | Jewish Women. Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign j chairman of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Carl Weinkle. campaign chairman of the Women's Division, also adFINE ARTS ss 21 it at CdBM • Ji 2-21K Open Today at 111! Stoaa Skews at 705-t 50 Eddie Scriaffer Presents JEWISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE ON STAGE. • IN PERSON BARTON BROTHERS Stars of Eost Side Story BOBBIE BAIRD MITCHELL the GREAT • ON SCREEN • MOLLY PICON "MAMELE" PtU$lcHN ATTRACTION! Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector shown with Thomas Famiglietti, Miami sculptor, who executed bas relief of the Spectors, which hangs in the lobby of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for other significant Spector contributions to the hospital. AT CEREMONIES HERE JAN. 31 Cedcrs Dedicates Spector Pavilion *^*Hefent adventure 10 iake you OUT Of THIS Mi,h. I ,,,,.,. 2nd HIT^JBi "The Bedroom Scone So Poiqnonr it NY becomes a Triumph!" Do,l r N '~ Dedication ceremonies officially opening the Spector Pavilion at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital have been announced, President Harry I.. Lewis has %  t Friday, Jan 31, as "Dedicatii n Day" ol the M\t!i floor "f the li spital. The area was endowed Mrs Samuel Spector, i trusti t ol Ihe hospital since "it the surgical Is i" the i x] i Hi.' upper three is is virtually completed at the hospital as parl oi the current Si.. nilding program Matching funds v.. re supplied by a Public Works Acceleration grant, and the remainder to be obtained from public contributions, Cedars' officers, medical staff and trustees will greet members ol the Spector family at the festive occasion Jan. 31, 2 p.m.. on the sixth floor. Expected to attend the rinboncutting ceremonies will be Irving, Julius. Louis. Klmor and Barnett Spector, sons of the Sam Spectors, and other members of the familyliving in the south Florida area, all of whom have been active in support of the hospital. \ highlight of the dedication .. ogram will be the installation of life-size color paintings of Mr. and Spector in specially illumin.! niches located In the Nurses' Service Area on the sixth floor, The Sam and Mary spector Pa vilion was made possible through a $100,000 endowment, which was Temple Sinai Plans Functions On Saturday at 8:30 p.m., Temple Sinai Sisterhood is running a card party at the Temple auditor him. Refreshments will be served. Second seminar of Temple Sinai adult education program will get under way on Monday. 8:30 p.m.. when Rabbi Daniel Lowy will initiate a course in comparative religion with a discussion of Islam in relation to Judaism, ionises will run for a five week period on Monday nights through Feb, 24 tin Saturday night, Feb. 22, under the auspices of Temple Sinai Si terhood, there will be I U Las Vegas Night. Chicago Club Meeting The Chicago Club is holding a games party on Sunday, 8 p.m., In the Napoleon Room of the Deanville Hotel. Surfside Center Planning Events Events at the Surfside Community Center include a "Share a Hobby Group." conducted by Mrs. Marion Schwitzer, which meets every Wednesday afternoon in Room IOO from l to 3 p.m. Every other Wednesday night from 8 to 10 p.m.. the Senior Citizens Club meets in the Auditor.urn. Next meeting is Jan. 29 dressed the group. The invocation was delivered by president of the Federation of Jewish Women, Mrs. Anna Brenner | Meyers. Chairman of the "Pattern for j Survival" program was Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. Mrs. Sol' Goldstein served as program chair', man. Mrs. Larry Friedland was arrangements chairman; Mrs. lean C. Lehman, organization coordinating chairman; Mrs. Gerald, P. Soltz, chairman of hostesses; and Mrs. Milton Lubar. assistant at the door donated to the new hospital in the : a-i year. Trustees and officers .scheduled (o participate in the grand opening program will include Stanley C. Myers, Samuel T. Sapiro, Sam Luby ST., Ben Novack, E. Albert. PallOt, Da-id StUZin, Sidney M Aronovitz, Morris Lomaskin, Sidi ey Lefcourt, R o b e r t Russell, K, Bronstein, R, Williams Apte, Elliott Blumentbal, Irving Cypen, ph A Garfield, Herbert Gelernter, L K. Goldman, Morris kl.iss. William 15. MacDonald. Jr.. Nathan B. Rood. Sol C. Shave. Saul Silberman, Harold Thurman, Joseph Weintraub, Stanley II. Wolff, Dr. Victor Dembrow, Dr. Benedict II. Harrow and Dr. Arthur L. 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Page 8-B lew*#; ncridlfan Friday. January 24. 1364 ULYAN WOMAN OF THE WEEK When Lilyan Sobcl was a youngster, she liked to sew and paint. Best of all. she liked to make doll furniture. She went to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where she studied fashion design and interior decorating. She went to work for R. H. Macy, doing interior decorating. During that summer, she went to an adult camp — Camp Copake—where she met her future husband, Paul, who had the riding stables and was riding master. I'aul taught her to ride that summer, when they fell in love. That was 29 years ago and they are still in love. At first, they used to ride through Prospect Park at least three times a week, but they later gave up horseback riding for golf. Then Lil gave up %  .-ill to leave Paul.as the exclusive golfer in the family. After living in Miami for five years, the Sobels moved back to New York, where they bought an automatic chicken farm—which means buttons were pushed for everything except to make the chickens lay eggs. But the Sobels had sand in their shoes, and after a year of pushing automatic chicken buttons, they moved back to .Miami. Daughters Marcia and Helen were just the right number ol years apart so that it seemed to Lil she was always going to PTA meetings. Lil was active in Terah Group of Hadassah. taking H-Day chairmanship for three years. An expert knitter, Li] knitted nine sweaters when Marcia went to Syracuse University. Now Marcia is in her senior year at the University of Miami, and Helen goes to high school, so they can share the sweaters. The four Sobels like each others company. They have taken many trips together, California. Nassau, the West Indies, but now that the girls are older, the pattern was broken when Marcia went otf to Europe last year by herself. All these years. Lil has dabbled in interior decorating, going back to school and taking courses. She has lost interest in meetings and playing cards. Up to now, Paul has felt that Lil's hobby was a play toy. but when he realized that her desire to express herself was serious he said "Go ahead—incorporate." So soon there will be a new sign, "Lilyan Sobel, Interiors." THEY WERE SURROUNDED The few men at that beforethe-planning meeting for the Festival of the Arts at the Roney Plaza recently were completely in the min oritj. President Henry King Stanford, of the University of Miami. Oscar Eberhart, oi the Miami Beach Library, Jack Gordon, who chairi ed the meeting with Amu. Brenner Meyers, H^nk Meyers and David Hochberg did manage to get in a lew hundred words, however. Mrs. G. David Schine, cool in ivhite, was sitting next to Mrs. Jerome Kip nis, whose dark eyes [lashed as she became more and more interested in the conversation. Across from her was Mrs. Jack Courshon. Anna Brenner Meyers came 'rom court looking smart an:l lawyerish in a black suit and i tiny black pillbox. Jack Gordon's wife, Barbara, sat between Mrs. Irving Dhrman and Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Across from Belle Lehrman was Lynn (Mrs. Louis) Wolf son. looking springlike in shocking pink in spile of the bleak clay. MOSTLY SCREW DRIVERS But the kind of screw drivers made with orange juice were the ones served at the Open House that Jerry and Larry Friedland had in honor of their son. Ronald, and his wife. Bette. Daughter Shelley had gone to Chicago to visit the young Friedlands, where she had seen snow for the first time in her life. They returned to the sun and the Open House Amcng the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kagan and daughter. Sheila, who was Bette's maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sossin, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Greene. Dr. and Mrs. Gabriel Szekley. Pixie Hertz and Bar bara Hoberman. • ROLL CALL OF ALPHA EPSILCN PHI For the umpteenth time, the roll call was taken at the Alpha Ep^ilon Phi Holiday Luncheon. It would have been exciting if Dinah Shore had been there, but she wasn't. Among those answering were Mrs. Morris Burk. Inez Krensky, Miss Marilyn Cohen, Mrs. Norman Brown. Mrs. Samuel Elir.off. Mrs, James Grodon. Mrs. Howard Hirsch. Mrs. Stanley Jonas, Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan. Mrs. Howard Scharlin. Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs. Leonard Rosendorf. Mrs. Marvin Zank, Mrs. Herbert Wilensky. Mrs. Mel Muroff and Mrs Sol Leslie, with her new daughter-in-law. John's wife. Beverly I.elcourt, whose husband Jeffrey, just won the Wharton School Award, and who was visiting the Senior Lefcourts. Sylvia and Sidney, insisted that the lights were too dim to see anyone properly. Wait until vou get a little older Beverly. You won't object to the dim lights at the Gallery Theatre Restaurant or any place else. HOLIDAY FANFARE Miss Milstein In Taffeta Gown Madrid Room of the Seville Hotel was the setting on Saturday evening, Jan. 18, for the marriage of Ronnie Swsan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Morris Milstein, of Bay Parks Towers, to Fred K. Honigman. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Myron Honigan, of Philadelphia, Pa. Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple Beth Sholom, performed the ceremony which was followed by a reception at the hotel. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a lull-length white, silk-faced taffeta gown enhanced with alencon lace, and full chapel train. The triple tier veil of French imported illusion fell from a crown ol pearls and iridescent bends, and she carried a cascade of whitelilacs and red roses. She was attended by Miss Karen Rosenman. Best man to the groom was Steve S. Sintros, and the bride's brother. Lylc H. Milstein. ushered. The new Mrs Honigan was educated at the Cold SpringHarbor Easl Side School and Huntington High. She received a BS degree from Pennsylvania State I diversity, where she was a National Honor student in the School ol Homo Economics, Now doing grad uate work a* the University oi Miami, she is also teaching handicapped children for the Miami school system. The bridegroom is a cum laude alumni's ot the William Penn Charter School He attended the University of Pennsylvania, Miami University and Temple I niGoluboffs Tell Helene's Troth .Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Golu'mfi, of Far Rockaway, N Y.. announce the engagement of their daughter, Hclene, to Jack A. Hcrshrrua. son of Mr and Mrs. ll>man Chodock, 18811 NW 12th Avc, form-:-!y of Pittsburgh, Pa. The wedding will lake p ..ee on May 31. MRS. MO HONIGMAN '. %  n vl -',,,-. •, cvlucal I al the Pi n row i A as art i : Cut Icr R Miami. Aft( r a couple will live in Philadelphia, where Mr Honigman will coi work on doctoral studu an leach al Temple I'nivi isity. Grant, Weil Exchange Vows Afternoon nuptials on Sunday, Jan. 19, united Sheila Cay. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Weil, 3475 Meridian Ave.. and Gerald Harvey Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs Julius Grant, 1314 NE 151st St. \ .i.M..|. MRS. GERALD GRANT Mrs. Swirsky To Be Welcomed Dora Stein Sisterhood of the Israelite Center will welcome the wife of their new spiritual leader. Mrs. Shmaruahy T. (Ida) Swirsky, .it a luncheon next Wednesdaj noon in the Social Hall Mrs, Swirsky. formerh of Beth El and Temple Sascatoon, Canada, is well known lor her activi ties. Proceeds will go to the religious school. .Mr-. Alice Pomerantz is chairman of the luncheon. Mrs Sara .Mitchell i s chairman Ihe tickets. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offici Mod at ihe double ring candlelight ceremon> .>' Temple Menorah in a setting oi royal blue, white and turquoi.-c w ith touches >>i pink A reception followed in the home ol Ihe bridi 's paternal gram (ni-. Mr. and Mrs Murra) Weil, 7933 Norcmic. Thi bride's maternal gran par i %  Mrs. < harles Siegel oi Chicago, and the bridegroom's Mr and Mrs BenG ant, "i Boston, and Mr MrMorris Fold man, i i Mi .ir.i. ed I Iding • : h> Mrs R I Bass, the bride 'elected a t radii n of hnd al satin. I able train, Ihe sheath featun p recklinc applique I and peai Is and lhre< sleeves I %  lusion fell from ,i pi arlized rosi ni' l a i asi ade ol rchid ind cai %  %  complement ed the cosi The bridi roon itcnd Jerald Snei c r, bcsl man and Mi chael Wed. brother of the ushered. Alter a honeymoon in Mexico, the newly weds will live al 1369 No Glades Dr, Nov. a denial hygienist, the bride > a graduate of Miami Beach High, where she was a member ol 'he Honor Society She attended the l niversity ol Florida and can: %  l '""' BS degree in denial h\ giene al Columbia I niversit> Her sororitj is Delta Phi Epsilon. An alumnus ol Brooklinc Huh Si hool in Boston, Granl has a defee ni phi rmacj from the University of Connecticut and is a member ol Alpha Beta Ome ol At Diane and Leonard Treister's home, in a long gold hostess gown Diane greeted guests arriving in honor of Carol Hauley, whose marriage to Burton Cohen had just taken place In the chambers of Circuit Judge George Schultz. wiih live Circuit Judgeas witness) G tests included Anette and Alvin Savage, Petay and Bob Koepell, Dons and {% AIIERVC 3n A OI %  -.. L iter Goldstein, Mrs. Arthur Treister, .loan and Morns Lunsburg I "^UErv ^ CKA SHOP Gerry Lou and Benedict Sllvcrman, Mrs. Lillian Cohen, Judge and Jason Berkman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosen, Marilyn and George Simon and the Isadora Hechts, Helyne and Kenneth Treister had to miss the party. They were in Nassau with their sons Charles and .Man. for the holidays along with Helyne's two sisters and their families, well as her parents, the Simon Bresslers of Atlard.:. Richard Halt flew in from New York. His date was .loan YARNS Lining Blocking F,, instruction i BOUTIQUE YARN SHOP Phone885-2134 WtCwryWoffaaaHy Known B,,,^ s, cn 4$ Bein Jol.e, Scandolo, Prop. mm^SA**?*'* Albert. 243-7 H, St. Miami Beach" June Rites For Mimi Heffler It will be a Juno weddkig for Mimi Heffler and Jack K, piurr.cnthal, son of Mr and M 81 Sidnc> Blumenthal, C3?: s\v 84th St. Engagement is BI nounced oy the future bride's pan nts, Mr and Mrs A. S. Heftier. Birmi gham, Ala. 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Friday. January 24. 1964 lewis fi ft-nrkUan Page 9 B yours, £M Zi pp lull AMI Beach Mizrachi held %  its animal dinner Sunday evening at the Deauville Hotel Rabbi Mord e e a i EUrshblum, president of Mizrachi HapoelHamirrarhj was guest speaker al the event winch honored ( miH-ilman Hynian IV Galbut. For this occasion, Mrs Galbut (elected I silver lame sheath ,:,t her skirt. Navy bine --ilk shantung was the choice ol .Mrs. Casper Pallot. Her sheath bad a [lower applique on the bodjee and ^kirt of satin-lined bugle heads and white c-avier bead>. Mrs. Sadie Hubert's black wool sheath featured a scooped i.eck banded narrowly in black -;itin. A white lace bodice and black silk sheath stfirt we-" rbtned in Mrs. Rebecca Citron's sheath. Her scpuuea neck uoice ; i \ an encircling insert oi black al .he Empire line. lulRS. Samuel Kalb chose -i ^^ black silk crepe with a chanlace bodice. The scooped ni ck followed the scalloped lines ol the lace, and it was embroidi ed with black sequins, A twopiece black --ilk cocktail suit was worn by Mrs. Louis Abrams. Satin-lined bugle beads and iridescent white sequins were embroidered in a floral pattern on h cellar. The shut silhouette s the choice of Mrs. Irving It buttoned down the front and was in emerald green silk. with one side in a ban. 1 painted still life design. Hlack silk shantung with Unpopular wrap-around skirt was the choice of Mrs. Jacob Goodman. Both the bateau neckline and the skirt were detailed with a band of metallic gold. Airs Anita B. Cha-e's sheath was ot an imported black cut velvet with slight asyinctrical draping at the neckline Taupe-colored chantilly lace over satin was worn bj Mrs. Irene Arnold. Heist op I neckline was softened H Hi a slight drape, and her skirl • ;>i pencil Film sheath. Mrs. Bessie Schachter wore a hi.uk and i harci al >iik floral printe I iacket dress with a high rounded < c r. in*.uid -mall collar. EMERALD green silk chiffon %  created Miss Beverlj e Keusch's gown, The bodice had a de< i' \ i ecklinc which had a wide drape beginning at the shoulder and continuing to the skirt. Mrs. Marvin Greenwald selected black lace which was banded in peau e sole and had a till I circular skirt. Black crepe was worn by Mrs. I. C. Layton. Her sheath had the V-necklme and an insert of hlack satin at the waist. An unusual print of Ted roses on a background of hlack silk was chosen by Mrs. Abraham A. Grunhut. The important winged sleeves accented her sheath. Mrs. Louis Baida wore an iced blue brocade >h<'iith and match in? bracelet-length sleeved jacket. The packet was banded in satin and lied at the neckline A watcrcolor-wash print on silk was worn by Mrs Wallv Gluck. In ombred blue and tangerine, her ensemble consisted of a sheath dress, titted jacket and matching handbag. Jewel toned turquoise created the ensemble ivom by Mrs William Mechanic. Her full-length mohair coat was lined with the same silk that was in her figure-molding sheath. i Baltimore Rabbi To Speak Here Rabbi Israel M. Goldman, of the ("hi.uk Amuno Congregation, Baltimore. Mil., will a idress the United Synagogue Adult Education Cavalcade at Beth David Congre gallon on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m.. in Spector Hall. Rabbi Goldman, who holds honorary decrees from Brown Univer-I sit> and fhe Jewish Theological Scn,ii:ary of America, was spun ual leader of Temple Km.mii -El in Providence. R. L. until 1948. when he came to Chunk Amuno. one of the oldest Conservative congregations in America. lie ia former president of the Rabbinicacl Assembly of America and former national director of the National Academy for Adult Jewish Studies : BIRTHDAZE : First child, daughter Maria Lynn, was born Dec. 31 to Jerry aiid Robbie Herskowitz. 8195 SW 107th St. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isidore llerskowitz and Mr and Mrs. Isidore Kessit, 'of Chattanooga, Tenn. • ... --> Jeff Edward Rubin was born Dec. 28 to the lormcr Susan Talianoff and Mark R. Rubin, of 8020 SW 148th Dr. The couple also have a daughter, Stacic 3. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George Talianoff, Miami Beach and Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hubin, of Coral Gables. MISS SALLY BIBLO Sally Biblo's Betrothal Told Mr and Mrs. Philip Biblo, 6940 Harding Ave., Miami Beach, ani.ounec the ergagement ot their au hter, Sally Gertrude, to Mer i.. ih Bei !ei. of Brooklyn, N. Y. Vi Bibl i is a 1953 graduate of Miami Be ich High School. She at tended the University ol Florida r i received a Bachelor's degree in education from the University it Miami. She i~ currently teach' ii-: fifth grade in New York City. Mr Bergcr is a 1955 graduate ef Brooklyn College, lie served li Hie I' S. Armed Forces in Germany, and is currently employed by the New York State Dcl. i tment oi Labor. A summer wedding is planned. Lebediker Branch Meets Saturday Joseph P. ZuXcrman, southern Farband representative, will attend an executive dinner of Lebediker Branch of Farband Labor Zionists on Saturday at the home el Mr and Mrs. Ely Mailans. Os' car Shapiro, vice president, will preside. A general meeting of the Branch is slated for Thursday, Feb, t> at S p.m.. in the Washington Federal Bldg.. 1234 Washington Ave Tag Day Drive Set Tuesday Mrs. Irving Miller, president. South Florida Council of Presidents, announces that the six chap (era representing the Children's Asthma Research Institute and Hospital at Denver will hold thenannual Tag Day drive throughout the Greater Miami area on Tuesday A newly-erected auxiliary building, which will accommodate 28 additional intractable asthmatic children, has been added this year. Mrs. Sam Kratish is coordin ing chairman for Ihe South Flor ; :ia Council oi Presidents Beach Dentists To Hear Speaker Miami Beach Dental Societj will meet Monday for cocktails and ('inner starting at 6:30 p.m. at Chandler's Restaurant, Guest speaker-. Dr. Martin R. Protell, and Dr. .1. Gordon Kubin. will speak on T\v chodynamics— The Key to Successful Dentistry." %  MISS CAROL miSBAUM Miss Weisbaum Becomes Engaged Mr, and VI i Ge irge Weisbai n 135 NE 157th 'Ir., announce e engagement <>i their daughter, %  i i>r... to .inn s. Rosenbi r (in nt Air. and Mrs. Emanuel Ri ?nberg, Jacksonville. Both students at the University ol Florida, the bride-elect is a graduate of North Miami High, Her fiance ia graduate of Land' n Iliiih. and i> planning to attei d law school. No ("ate has been set tor 16 c edding. Middle Village Luncheon Sunday A gel together luncheon of former residents of Middle Village, L. I.. N. Y is planned for Sunday at the Algiers Hotel. The 40 lam dies which have come here to live ever the past 10 years have [ormed a social group, the Middle Village Club, which meets several times a year. In charge of arrangements is Mrs. Fay Wein. | NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS 1 BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA AAILSEN JE 2-3231 FREE DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI Pan American Elections William E. Boyd has been electid executive vice president of Pan American Bank of Miami, according to an announcement this week by Dan W. Eastwoorl, president. Others named were James • W. Mitchusson, vice president and cashier; James H. 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Page 10-B -knisii ncrkHan Friday. Janucry *. 1964 Surf side Plans CJA Breakfast One of the first events of the 1963 of leadership in need around t h e I know o* no way in which our ^ philanthropic dollar serves a %  2". SLJW!^ 7^ !" XXJ> snua campaiiB on behalf of Combined | %  *W*2 the corner a n d in our local community and over,e,,h Appeal by the Residents ^JZ'[ 0 l^ ^ lh !" "^ ^" 2J!2: .Division u ill be .i breakfast of the ,s. Rabbi Leon Kronish (left), co-chairman of the Business and Professional Council of Kupat Holim, discusses the Jan. 28 "Chai" reception with the honoree, Moshe Berman, to be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Moshe Berman Will be Honored Tuesday For 18 Years of Service to Histadrut Moshe Berman will be honored Tuesday evening. 7:30 p.m., at a "Chai" reception and supper in the Fontainebleau Hotel. The reception will take the form of a Tu B'Shevat celebration. Berman will be honored "for 18 • ears of dedicated service to the state of Israel." He will also be cited for "a lifetime of extraordinary devotion to the ideals of Israel's pioneer builders." Berman is executive director of the Greater Miami Israel Histadrut Committee and was instrumental in the founding of this community's Business and Professional Council for Kupat Holim, Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, chairman of the Council, this week. praised Berman "for his unprece-' dented contributions to Histadrut since his arrival here from another post in Los Angeles seven years' ago." Mrs. Meyers pointed to Berman's inspiration in the launching of a Greater Miami campaign in behalf of the establishment of the Miami Medical Center in Beer-heba, Israel. The center is now in the pracess of being constructed, and will be dedicated in June in the presence of Israel Government officials, as well as executives and dignitaries attending in behalf of Histadrut and Kupat Holim. The Creator Miami Israel Histadrut Committee will also be repii sented at the dedication, accordto Mrs, Meyers, by a suiwtanBelh Shirah Tres Planting Over 300 -indents of Beth Shirah Religious S< h ol will partici] in the fee planting and lai Iscap remonj to be held at the Temple on Sunday at 10 a.m. tial delegation of South Floridians planning to attend the event. .Mrs Meyers pointed out that prior to Berman's arrival here, he was for 12 years with the Israel Histadrut Committee in Los Angeles, Calif She said that during his comparatively brief tenure in Miami, "he helped strengthen and unify a virtually non-existent Histadrut campaign locally." According to Mrs. Meyers, the Greater Miami Committee today numbers some 650 members. In addition to Mrs. Meyers, on the "Chai" Reception Committee are Rabbi Leon Kronish, co-chairman of the Kupat Holim Council; Sam Feinstein, president of the Israel Histadrut Committee; Irving M. Sachs, vice president; Joseph Kuluva, treasurer; and Jack S. Popick. 'Surfside Division at the Surfside | Civic Center on Sunday, Feb. 2.. 9:30 a.m.. it was announced by John Serbin, overall chairman of the Residents Division. Max Kolfcer, chairman of the Surfside Division, and Mayor Sidney King, honorary chairman for the Surfside group, formulated the breakfast plans with a committee composed Ol Vice Mayor Louis B. Hoberman and Louis Bailsman, Samuel Rudnick, Dan Piver and j Dr. B. Zuckerbraun. "We of Surfside have always | been proud of our leadership of ( Combined Jewish Appeal and of < all important philanthropic proj jects which help to better oor i community and our city," KolI ker said. "We know that Fo j Is the keys to fa t afT-iir u kbt i cent decor of tbt Doral : Ideal!) I %  %  J groups from the n *j .,,. tim.i'.e party I '• jueti on the grind scala. For complete d> t U, pUate call Mr. Itaritl A or sir Bral Beach tlotvl „„a iun,ry ClnS J *1E U-3600 ^-, ez / y '-bribe%**""* for Elegant Functions '-' Compl.l. Ctorin, Facl.l,., lor ,„,, Sp^l,, fj "" railed your good taste .CSSW-assraasB-! QDEAUVILLE PMONI: IM 5-8511 %  % % % % % %  aniVHaBiBaB



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January 24. 1984 +Jewlsti RorSdHton Page 11-B M I %  % %  I ii Merkos Dinner Sunday Will Assist 150 Pay Schools in Middle East v i I—LIU" JBB aft mam J %  %  L aw raoh Saccnd Class Arthur C. Sieqel, of No. Miami Beach, [s.-iiwn vr.ih comedian Jerry Colona at a recent Bob Hope >w presentation in Karamursel Air Station, Turkey. Siegel, of Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Siegel. of 15721 NE 15th St., is a ic aate c: North Miami Senior High School and attended University of Florida. His wife, Ellen, is the daughter of L : nd Mrs. Maurice DeYoung, of Las Vegas, Nev. Miami Beach, active supporters of the Merkos and the Lubavitcher movement. Rabbi Abraham Kori. Miami Beach, is regional director of Merkos LTnyotlfTChinuch. ewrtrul orProceeds from the local Merkos annual tunction. which will honor uanization tor Jewish education L'Inyonei Chinuch dinner to be Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kramer, ol of the Lubavitcher movement, held Sunday at the Deauville Hotel L are for the more than 150 day schools in Morocco and Israel sponsored by the movement. Chairing the affair is Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon, with Louis Merwitzer. president of the Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami, servinas co-chairman. Harry Rosenberg, arrangements committee chairman, says over 500 guests are expected to attend the Ivo Forum Se; Saturday Eve lest {Maker at the Ylvo Forum lish, "Jewish Labor in I'. S. A." Saturday e.ening at Farband and "The Jew and Communism," |h r, 842 Wa-hington Ave.. will Fpstein writes extensively for M> :ach Epstein whose subject Yiddish and English periodicals. 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Keiser and Sid Siegel, executive director, Weinstein said. The men's group will play a key role in the Home's i'und-raisng ac tivities and in programs to help the needy of Dade County. It will also work closely with other committees involved in the Home's expansion program for an ultramodern, six-story building to go up next to the Home also known as Bikur Cholim. New Product To Breck Colds Barogest-C is a new product by i Barry Martin Pharmaceuticals, i Inc. According to the manufacturer. 1 the product promises a 'scientific breakthrough for coughs and colds." According to the firm. "Baro |! gest-C gives 12-hour cough and cold relief with one capsule." The | j company offers guaranteed reliei or your money back on a packet of ten capsules which provide for treatment for five days and nights. Barn' Martin Pharmaceuticals | says their product contains new Dexane, but no codeine or "other habit-forming drugs." 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Page 12-B +Jfnlst>fhrMto/7 Friday. January 24. 1964 t P Rabbinical Association Expresses Pride In Dr. Lehrman as 1964 CJA Chairman Greater Miami Rabbinical Assot iation this week went on record in an expression of "the deep! piide which all the members of the Rabbinical Association leel" at the recent appointment of Dr.' Irving Lehrman as chairman of; the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal) campaign. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Association, in a letter to Dr. Lehrman, who is spiritual! leader of Temple Emanu-El, said tii.it "This unprecedented honor is a tribute to the unlimited talents of leadership and inspiration v hich you have Ions provided to our community, and which have earned for you the high esteem 1 and admiration of all." cal Association declared that "I wish to assure you that our pride in your distinguished honor will be equalled by our sincerest support and assistance in your challenging tasks." Wrote Rabbi Schiff: "Many rabbis have already increased their personal pledges in your honor, and have offered their services to whatever extent called upon." Speaking in the name of the Association, he concluded: "I am confident that your inspiring leadership will bring a resounding success to the vital Federation campaign, and will greatly advance the sacred principle of community responsibility for years to come." Food Plays Important Role for DiLido Catering Manage 1, Arthur Teichner The president of the RabbiniDH. MAX ARZT Dr. Arzt Will Precch Friday Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor ol 'he Jewish Theological Seminar} oi America, will be guest preacher tiring Friday evening services of Temple Emanu-El this weekend. Dr. Arzt was a member of the Ti mslation Committee that prepi red the completely revised English translation of the Bible under Ihe auspices of the Jewish I'ublin Society ol America. He serves as Israel Goldstein Professor of Practical Theology on the faculty of the Rabbinical School of the Seminary and is a contributing editor to "Judaism." Author of many volumes, Dr. Arzt most recently wrote "Justicfc and Mercy," dealing with the origin and contemporary meaning of the High Holy Day liturgy. Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El. will officiate. Food and, as he says "the lack >! it," have played major roles in the life of Arthur Teichner. catering manager at Miami Beach's DiLido Hotel "I was in the concentration camp at Auschwitz. Oranienburg, Saehscrhansen for four and onehalf years." says Teichner. "Out ol 5.000 persons who went into the camp with me. only 18 came out. In those years food was mostly a dream to me." Food today is a reality to Teichner. He has been in the food field 30 years and supervises cuisine at the DiLido. "My career started in Europe," he says. "I have lived in so many countries that I now speak English, German, Polish, Russian, French, Latin and Czech." Surprisingly enough, Teichner studied medicine before entering the food field. At the DiLido, located on the Atlantic Ocean at the end of Lincoln Rd.. Teichner is in charge of the 300-chair F'lorentine Dining Room and the 250-chair Coffee Shop. Teichner's continental flair in the culinary arts shows itself not only in the DiLido's menu but also on the personnel list. He has help representing France. Spain. Germany, Israel. Estonia, Cuba. Puerto Rico ard the United States. "To me all people are basically the same." he says. ••However, I like to see people from different countries working together. This gives me a feeling of togetherness." One of the most recent accomplishments in Teichner's colorful food career was his acceptance ol an offer to teach food management classes at Miami-Dadc Junior College. He conducts classes each Tuesday and Thursday at the junior college. "Right now I am emphasizing food management, conventions, food purchasing and other facets of food administration," he explains. "I plan, however, to teach actual cooking in the near future." Richard to Head Bar Association On Miami Beach Stanley Richard was installed president of the Miami Beach Bar Association for 1964 at ceremonies Sunday evening in the Fontainebleau Hotel. Circuit Judge Ray Pearson WU toastmaster. County Judge rrank It. Dowling gave the principal address of the evening. Miami Beach Mayor Kelvin Richard also installed the following Into office Morris Berick, president-elect; Leonard Rivkind, firsl vice president; Jay Dermer, second vice president; Duns Sirkin, secretary; Murray Goodman, treasurer; and Leonard 0. Weinstein, historian Directors are Sam Smith. Har( vev Reisemsn, Jack Ankus, sun ley Angel, Eugene Weiss, Michael Salmon. Judge Irving Cypen, Arnold Scher. Donald Eanett, Robert Peterson. Raphael Yunes, Harry Ziikernick. Nelan Sweet. Henry WaiUkin and Harry Smith. ARTHUR TtlCHNtR When asked if he ever committed a big mistake during his career. Teichner quickly responds with an emphatic "no." But slowly a smile comes, and he admits having arranged eight "perfect weddings" €it a hotel only to discover he had mixed two of the rabbis. "Thank goodness I didn't mix up any ol the couples." he says. Teichner talks little of his days at Auschwitz, but he admits: "1 will never forget. Some people do. but I won't He went down to 97 pounds during his four and a half years in the camp, but says, "1 have no serious ill effects as the i esult of the drastic loss of weight." When he's not working at the DiLido. Teichner spends his time with wife, Margaret, and 17-yearold son, Robert, or he cooks, reads or paints, mostly landscapes. Parents Without Partners Parents Without Partners, Miami Beach Chapter, will hold a eocktail party at the Carillon Hotel on Saturday at 9 p.m. All single parents and visiting members are welcome. 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+Jewlsti Fhrki/an Friday. January 24, 1964 ^•Candidates Prepare for Election Day Tuesday Page 13 B FaJlflwifiK is a partial listing and principles, in next Tuesdays ty aud Metropolitan Commission. jri u ""Winston Wynne'"" "* -"~' Winston Wynne is seeking the office of Mayor of Dade County The 54-year-okl candidate is head of a life insurance business and was born in Virginia. He is a former Coral Gables City Councilman. Wynne is regional vice president of the National Municipal League and in 1961 won the League's Distinguished Citizen Award. Wynne has lived here 18 years and was first head of the Cham her of Commerce Government Research Council. The candidate stresses "sound of candidates, their backgrounds i lection for Major of Dade CounFor other listings, see Page 15-A. -• %  *" — %  ••* %  >•••• %  w business principles combined with mature public administration practices." His supporters say he is strongly pro-Metro, "advocating a strong conflict of interest law and strict compliance with charter prohibition to prevent commissioners from interfering with administrative matters." o Arthur Patten served two terms on the Metro Commission as City of Miami representative. "T'aft'cn'is'a'lTniVbVsity of .Miami graduate and a veteran of World war II and Korea. His advocates say "Patten is a strong Metro supporter and that he campaigned actively for passage of the Goverment Research Council's c.h a r t e r amendment which brought about a reduction Of the commission from 13 to 91 members."' Arthur Patten. 37-year old can They also point to his belief that (iidate. is running lor Metro ComI h e election o f commissioners mission from District 6. A native i county-wide "is a breakthrough Miamian, and a second generation for the overcoming of roadblocks oJ a pioneer Miami family, he is previously placed in the path of the in the insurance business and has county commission." Clements Jr. Will Head Chase Fed.; Succeeds Father Chase Federal Savings and Loan (Association Board of Directors has named Charles I.. Clements Jr. as now president of the pioneer %  Dade County financial institution. Clements, 34. succeeds his father. C. L. Clements Sr.. who helped organize Chase Federal in !!I34 and has served as its president for 30 years. The elder Clemnts now becomes chairman of the board. Clements Jr. moves up from his former position as executive vice president at Chase, which he first joined in 1952 as a teller. Later, as an administrative officer, his executive duties included development of Chase's loan policy. An active civic worker, he was prcsidmt of the Lincoln Road Association when the Lincoln Road Mall was under consideration and, wth his father, helped push the <>L'ram to reality. 'T am happy Charles is able to fclieve me of most of the responsibilities" said the 68-ycar-old chair nan of the board. "There will be |o change in the policy which has piped us flourish and grow with he community for the past three ecades." I nder Clements' direction, the |hase system grew from a start|capital of $2,500 to current asS in excess of $155,500,000. This ittth included establishment of e branches in Miami Beach. layor High At mple Or Olom flavor Robert King High spoke Injustice" at the monthly leting ol Temple Or Olom Broth""! 'in Sunday tabbj Samuel April offered the location before the it a.m. finc'i which was followed by the eunductcd bv President CHARLES 1. CLEMENTS IK. Surfside, North Miami Beach and the Dadeland Shopping Center, in addition to the main office on Lincoln Road. Clements Jr., an economics major graduate of Harvard, hrlds the post of trustee of the Savings Association Retirement Fund, a national agency controling all pensions and trust funds for the Home Loan Bank System and member Savings and Loan associations. Milt Thompson Milt Thompson. 61. is a roofing contractor who has served three terms on the Hialeah Council. In I860, be won Hialcah's seal on the Metro Commission, Thompson cites his role "as chairman of the Roads Committee, A here my behind-the-scenes leadership with key officials was instrumental in the county moving ahead with an expansive road construction program." *. :'t Leonard Kimball Leonard Kimball is a North Miami Councilman. The 53 yearold attorney is a native of Pittsburgh and a graduate of the University of Michigan. He has lived in Miami since 1944. Running for mayor, he is a former city attorney for Opa-locka. was twice vice mayor of North Miami, is chairman of the Indus' trial Development Committee of North Miami and director of the ; Welfare Planning Council of Dade County. Kimball says he'll work "to I build confidence in the integrity I of Dade County Government, proI mote harmony between the cities | and the county government, make Metro work within the framework of the charter and coordi nate the facilities and services of both county and municipalities for the gtml of all." Kimball also hopes to "lay a foundation of good will to eliminate misunderstandings between the cities and the county and bring vision and inventiveness into operation for scjving local economic and political problems." a u Tom Sasso Tom Sasso is running for County Commission from District 1. The 45-year-old candidate, a threeterm mayor of North Miami, has served on the Metro Commission for the past two years. Sasso is a past commander of the Amvets, was a president of the Tri County League of Municipalities and was North Dade director of Civil Defense. Now in the banking business, Sasso believes that "Dade County's greatest need is light, clean industry. I urge accentuating new business, which will provide jobs before we start discussing the hills of big government." Sasso aims to "create a favorable business climate followed by a practical plan for countywide street lighting, unified water system and one master license for all trades and occupations." il 3 3 David Kennedy David Kennedy. 29. is running in District 4 for Metro Commission. He is Vice Mayor of Miami and has had a 100 percent attendance at City Commission meetings' since bis election in 1961. according to his supporters. Kennedy is a past president of the Dade League ol Municipalities and Iras been given awards for "outstanding achievement" by the Greater Miami Civic Association, Miami and Florida Jaycees and the Florida Young Democrats. The candidate is running on a record "of proven and dignified public service. I advocate unified countywide water and sewers, increased street-lighting lor the unincorporated areas, expansion of parks and recreation centers." Lew Whitworth As a councilman, Attorney L> w Whitworth has stood for a "strong municipal government working with Metro which should handle countywide functions." In addition, he urges "closer cooperation between Metro and city governments now because it is the taxpayer who suffers when government fails to function efficiently." A resident of Hialeah, 1445 W. Sixth Ave.. the 40-year-old Hialeah councilman, now running for Commissioner. District 2, is a former FBI agent. He has been a teacher at the Dade County Police Academy and has conducted classes in Civil Defense. He was a combat flier in World War II and served on the Dade School Board's Committee on Quality Education. Continental TW Kosher Caterers • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS • BANQUETS UNLIMITED At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue Miami's Only "Sliomer Shabbos" Restaurant Qoalify Par Excellence 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 C. nf. Air-Co^d Ind Conf MICHEL'S Kosher Restaurant UtnUm fO* AU OCCASIONS BAR MITZVAHS OW SPCCIALTf 940-71st STREET UN 6-6043 NORMANDY ISLE The new Chase president is a trustee and head of the United Fund's financial division, officer director of the Miami Beach Taxpayers' Association, vice president .nut director of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and vice chairman and director of Community National Bank. He lives on Sunset Island No. 3| with his wife. Nancy, and their| three children. Charles HI 7. Nancy 5. and Tommy 3. ROM WELL t^C^ ^R*' MOTH ABE On The Ocean ot 20th Street Private Beach 4 Pool — Cabanas Ocoan Front 4 Ocean Viaw Rooms KOSHER MEALS Salt. Sugar, Fat-Free Diets. No Extri Charge for Steaks. Roasts & Chops. Full-Time Mashgiach on Premises Religious Services Daily for Information & Reservations Call ABE GEFTER 534-2141 KATZ's PARADISE RESTAURANT 1451 COLLINS AVE. Phone JE 2-1671 • KREPLACH • KISHKE • MATZO BALLS • KNISHES • MEAT • FISH • STEAKS • CHOPS • CHICKEN CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor '• KING ARTHUR'S COURT The STROLLING VIOLINS DINNER • SUPPER MIAMI SPRINGS VILLAS Deer Run # TU 8-4521 ART BRUNS, Co-Owner Harold Greene, 37, is a candidate for Metro Commission in District 1. An attorney, he is a member of the Government Research Council of the Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce and president of Temple Sinai of North Dade. He advocates "sound, stable government which can only be achieved by citizens willing to become candidates and not those who stand on the sidelines and criticize." CHANDLER'S Is Open For Your LUNCHEON PLEASURE la %  >•<••! Imnth I I— 51 ;i — popular irUi C H A1* D LE FT S Original HOFFMANS CAFETERIA • SERVING THE FINEST IN FOOD ACCOMMODATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS, GROUPS, PARTIES, ETC. OPEN AU YtAR 1450 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant l21st CONSECUTIVE YEAR — Under Same Management) SERVING LUNCH AND DINNER NATIONALLY KNOWN ROUMANIAN CHEESE BAGELS ORDERS TO TAKE OUT THBOIJJB8T AND ONLY HAIIIV RESTAURANT IS DADE COUNTY + 841 Washington Ave. JE 1-9182 jt ROYAL HUNGARIAN 1ft RESTAURANT 731 Washington Ave. JE 8-5401 tlegant Catering lor Bar Mifzvohs, Weddings, and all Social Functions &f •Sr2F i A i ITOTUI. B UT, f VZXS%i. y ft FR 4-2655



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Page 14-B *.* %  &f /# %  nurkUari Friday, January 24. 1964 J3<*r 1 0| Tcmplo Emanu-El. will c,ass senior citizens who meet daily to officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of discuss the events of the day, have Neali son ,„ Mr and Mrs Ben raised S200 to plant 100 trees in Loc h r t .,-. ,„, Saturday morning. Israel in memory of the late PresiJan 25 a| ,, K Temp i e (ient John F. Kennedy. .. ... Neal attends eighth grade A certificate ollicially acknowledging the memorial will be sent :n Mrs. Kennedy. Chairman of the group is Meyer Friedman, with Julius Levine and H. Wasserman. committee members. at Arriving for the Bar Mitzvah will be bis grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Meyer Dayan and Mrs Irene Schwartz; Mr. Joel Feigenbaum, from New York: and Mrs. Victoria .Nautilus Junior High, where he is Schauer and daughter, Anne. Violinist Will Play Here Feb. 2 With UM Orch. Edith Peinemann, talented young German violinist who* recital here last vear drew much acclaim lrom Civic Music audiences, will icturn to the local scene Feb. 2 and 3 for appearances with the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky conducting. The programs, fifth in the current series of nine pairs of concert programs, will be held at Miami Beach and Dade County Auditoriums. Miss Peinemann will play the Brahms Concerto tor Violin and Orchestra. Dr. Sevitzky and the orchestra will premiere a new composition by Miami conductor-composer Paul Csonka. The work. Concerto for Orchestra, will open the program. Major orchestral composition to he presented will be the Dvorak Symphony No. 5. Miss Peinemann's American debut appearances last year received widespread acclaim from both tritics and public. In addition to her Miami recital, -lie performed ... soloist with the Cincinnati Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and the Kansas City Symphony Or chestras, tfON RUBINSTUN Far-band School Official to Talk Leon Rubinstein, executive director. National Central Committee Farband Schools in America, will l>< guest speaker on Sunday. H r ;n., at the David Pin>:-.i F<^ School yearly celebration. To be held at the Font... %  efaieau Hotel, affair will also feature-Sidor Belarsky, folk singer, in Yiddish and Hebre" **jlf#i' Children of the s< hoyl ,v 11 sins ..lid recite in Yiddi>h po> it-ebrcv active in the Drama Club. He is interested in science, fishing and \ eterinary medicine. Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zailert. of New York City, will be here for the occasion. The celebrant will be honored at a reception Saturday at the Fontainebleau Hotel, Kiddush will be tendered by Mr ..nd Mis Dayan, Local Youth At Board Meet Among participants in the fourday International Executive Board 0.^^ ~£ ^7*81^Mw."Jack S^tltS,^^ Se Son -JTJST AH "was Bill E.fenbein. 840*5 SW ,07th Snl^cia^. ***" St.. Miami, an International Com. David Dayan On Saturday morning, Jan niittee chairman of Alcph Zadik Aleph. and Miss Anne Ehrens. 276 NW Blvd.. Miami, who is District' Five president of B'nai B'rith Girls, i In addition to holding several business sessions, the group visited the grave of the late President John F. Kennedy, presented a check to Israel Ambassador to the U. S. Avraham Harman to aid education in Israel, and made a contribution to the National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students. The youths celebrated the 40th anniversary of Aleph Zadik lor young men, as well as the 20th anniversary of B'nai B'rith Girls, with a special Sabbath service and program at the B'nai B'rith Building. An eighth gra::'e student West Miami Junior takes accelerated High, David math. and Dennis Roth Temple Tifereth Israel will be the site of the Bar Mitzvah of Dennis Jay Roth during services conducted by Rabbi Henry B Wemick on Saturday. Jan. 25. The celebrant is a student at Miami Edison Junior High, and his hobbies include stamp and coin collecting, fishing and basketball Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roth, 309 NW 53th Tcr.. formerly of Philadelphia, will honor the Bar Mitz at i ah at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday FOR evening, and at the Kiddush following the ceremony on Saturday. -_5ocm//7c ... by <-fsabcl C/**ov< Continued from Page l-B tional Hadassah veep. brother Bernie. his wife and daughter Met here by brother Armin, just returning from a conference in Paris, sifter Lillian, husband Ira and Lon Stephen who had been to Jamaica Only one missing was brother Gersten, assistant law librarian at Columbia U, who'll make up for his absence by spending the spring holidays here. Susan Zipp, teen-age daughter of Jewish Floridian columnist Edith Zipp, home from the hospital after a slight accident to her eye sustained when she participated too vigorously in a physical fitness class Still confined to a darkened room, but hopes soon to greet her many iriends who have kept the phones busy inquiring about her. DADE COUNTY MAYOR ELECT Study Sessions At Beth Am I Temple Beth Am Bible study sessions, led by Dr. Herbert Baurrigard. meets on Monday evenings in the adult education room of the Temple. On Sunday, Joseph Altschuller, ; resident of the Temple, will eonduct a study on "Maimonides." Temple Brotherhood will resume semimonthly breakfasts during the month of February. Max Raskin is president. BOB BRAKE MAN OF ACTION ABILITY INTEGRITY COURAGE WITH NEW SOLUTIONS To Dade County's Old Frustrating Problems CAMPAIGN HDQ. 1830 Ponce De Leon, Coral Gables Phone HI 6-2577 IM. Pol. Adv. E^cfcTom \ YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT I PULL LEVER 13A A PROVEN RECORD OF 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT Interoma in '64. More Jobs! Better Paychecks! Expansion of Dade Jr. College and uZ H ,a I e o C0 ti,r V Ho ." 0f addi,iona Colleges. Expanded Public Services! Branch Clinics Throughout Dade County to serve Our Senior Citizens Senior Citizen, Job Placement and Retraining Center, TH.S IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION Ji <> i-d. Pol. Ailv.



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Friday, January 24. 1964 [Hebrew Univ. Luncheon Slated I Here Feb. 17 Heh"*•* University ^ftmjdcrs' Luncheon, announced last week by Lionel R. Bauinan, president of jhe American Friends of the Hebrew %  diversity, has been scheduled tot Feb. 17 at the Barcelona Hotel, v ith participation of a Host Committee headed by Jack S. Pokick, <• airman of the South Florida P: ision of the American iiiu of the Hebrew University Ind via chairman of the National locietj i rouncers. According to Joseph M. Mazer. New York, chairman of the Soliety. the Feb. 17 luncheon will be Ittended by., leaders throughout t.. M^;fed States. •'yH.'. -H.OUIS K. Levinthal. of iifndWr>hia. V li a ir m an of the >ard •: Governors, will come to iami > be present at the Found s L oeheon. Judge Levinthal it h -orcd hero last year, when prt suited the Founder Award nd Mrs. Charles Charcowan.i .Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mrs. David Provus and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. +Jen4st> ncrM/an Paoe 15-B LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 61665-B %  RK: Estate of ...ills oi-.ss. 1 'i-ri-., .fd NO nun" TO • • All Creditors uvlng Claims or Said K.-.ai. : You ar* herebj •111 i--i i (,, piesem ,1. man,Is Which you ill.nstat of JO i M ii i.ii...I i lade to the Counts Judge* iy, and file the sam ..M.I ... pmviiled in riorldu Statutes, in CREDITORS and All Persons Demands Againsi LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY Ul\ KN that business nti.l. r the fictitious niiiii. ..I JERKY'S SERVICE STATION at SIM 23rd St., .Miami Reach, Kin., intends In refcfH.e'r -.il.l til • vrtdi ''iClerk ..i Hi. I'll 1-1..ri.1.i notified and rean> claims and inuj have againsi N IIKSS, ii.'ounty, Florida, ..I I Mil, t'ouilin duplicate ctlon %  %  < t... Ir • %  iii %  in nil Court ol i>.-i.l. SC. 1 24. : HAVIRAK m II. i 'oilnty, I. 2-7. i* tin mi i house in Da< within si\ eali the tin f the ereof, ..i the same .null ilar first will Coiilil \ i loiida, months from publication 1: ".barred. kited al Miami. Florida, this 21st daj ol January, A.D. 1904. REUINA m.ss As Executrix Irsl publication of ibis n ••• on the 34th .la. I.I January, 1964 i 11 1;< >i .. >i; i-: u. NEI.KI IN, KSIJ Attorney for Exi cutrlx •i".. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, i 21, SI, NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME .-AW NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that undersigned, ilesli Ins to I business under the fictitious nu I'NITEB st'NDRY srri-i.v al Mm .-..in hwesl : %  !i Tel race, Mill ill, I la 33144, Intend* i>register said name u nil Hi. < ;. 11, of tl' Circuit i 'ourt of Dude County, Florida. ALBERT AI.I.KN CIA DOB 1 17-24-31-2 7 l-l.i. 7. I I Mr l.v. Hi Ir. ar. Jr ar. lorton Tire Co. o Host Officials Norton Tire Company will be st to four national officials of e B. F. Goodrich Company, visiting here from Akron, O., it was announced this week by Norton Pallot, president of the local firm.' Arriving on' Monday for a | a two-day con-; Iference will be Harry Russell (third from left), coordinator of the Employ the Physically Handicapped Committee of Me'.ropolitan Dade County, is presented wi'h a specially designed watch by Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Looking on (left to right) are Stanford M. Swerdlin, president of the lodge; William Thompson, chairman of the lodge and B'nai B'rith Fifth District Employ the Physically Handicapped Committee; County Manager Irving McNayr, who presented the Braille watch to Russell; and Marvin Pearlman. president-elect of Sholem Lodge. Ota u a r i e s BROWN MI:S ESTHER, mother of Jordan .Marsh executive Mas Brown, MM Siun.i Ave., Coral Cables, died Jan. IR, while visiting here from lumpa. She was S3 s.-i vices were held -Ian. IT in Tampa, with further services and burial in the family plot in Cincinnati, i >. Local arrangements made by Gordon funeral Home. I William II. CampHAUSMAN. I. I bell, vice presi-l CAM • %  m dent of replace tent salsa; John B. Hunter, direcDr of advertising; O. K. Lynn. panagt of dealer sales; and A. B. p>nne, manager of dealer finance Bd hnrlimis management. 'urpi -e of the visit is to particite with Norton Tire officials in ms f T their grand opening of a t'i store at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy..: to prepare the Miami firms anniversary celebration in the ring <; this year. Also to be disped ill be the company's joint sing and mercha n d i s i n g 1964. njamin, 7'.', of 1318 N. I Jan. li. Local survivors: a son, Harry; a daughter, Mary, ami two grandchildren. Rivet sloe. ABELES. Benjamin, "". of 164)1 Collins Av.-.. and Bronx, NY., died Jan. I!'. Services in New York. Riverside. GROSSMAN. Harry J.. T7. of 220 Kings r..im In-., died Jan. 19. Riverside. LAPIOES. Mrs. Sarah. 6. of L>30 1-' St.. died Jan. Is. Kiv, rslde. PERLBERGER. Joseph, 71. of Jensen Reach, l-la., died Jan. I?. BeTilu* in New York. Riverside. DREIBLATT. Mrs Henrietta. of Mai Biscayne St. Newman. HERZOG. Jack. 88, n isoo Bay Dr., (rertis f Book Review To be Heard died Jan. 19, Services in New Y..rk. Riverside. BRACMMAN, Nathan, 67. ..f 12m l7ih si. Riverside, EVERT. Ralph, ::7, of 2-!.7 sw 88th St Riverside. KORLAND. Mr.-. Rebecca, t>7. of 1320 16th Ter. Riverside. SORKIN, Bavid, M. of BS3 Kn.liil Ay.. RIverMde. CUTLER. Benjamin, H:.. OI SS01 Collins Ave.. ,|| r ,i Jii„. i;. Riverside, FEINGLASS. Samuel. of 2IW S\V Ird Ave., di.d Jan. 17. Services in Brooklyn. Riverside. KOTTMEIER. Mrs. Barbara, so. of 4.. Jefferson Ave. Riverside. WEINTRAUB. Carmen, 7j. of 513 Jefferson Ave. Newman. ELKIN, Maurice, "7. of 8423 CoUlns 0, v :, ;"r' •'•' in "' Service* in I liila.i.lpiila. Klvecslda. COHEN. Joseph, 81, of i:.-..> Collins Ave. Services in Toronto, tiordon. HOTTEWAY. Edwin Robert, so. of 227 :Tli-K IS HBRBBV <;'\i:.\ thai Hi. undersigned, desiring t.. engage in business under the fTctious name of KKI.I.Ii: INTERNATIONAL, WHiS ai Bade County, Kl< ri.ia. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of in,Circuit Court ..i Bade County, Florida. KELLIE INTERNATIONAL wins. iNt". a Floi i.la Cornoratioll 331 ftVcurllJ Trust Bldg., Miami, Kla.. on n. r 1/24, 81, 2 7. li IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 617*". B In RE: Estate ..f ABRAHAM SILVER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Having I'lHlno. or Demands Against Siiid Estate: Y..11 are hereby notified an.I reJ ulred t.. present any claims and emanda which you may liny,against the estate ol ABRAHAM SILVER deceased late of Bade County, bloridn, ti the County Judges of Dade County, nn.I fil,ih,. >.,m.. in duplicate ami as provided In Section 7*!''. ill Florida Statutes, in their offices in the I'nunty Courthouse in Bade County, I lorida. within six calt-ndar months from the tlm.of thifirst mibllcslton hereof, or the sain, will be barred. liatetl al Miami. Florida, this L'Jinl day of I. A.l>. IWil. MIl.TuN K. MANNHE1MER As hhtecutor First p'T.lie.it i..n of this not on the 2*th day of January*, l' %  •*.-*. KOVNER %  r„ .lied Jan i Riverside. GELLER. Samuel, 88, of 1.110 Collins Ave., died Jan, .".. Services in New York. Riverside. ISELIN, Mrs. Jane, 83, of 7:::.; Ocean T r. l:i.. rslde. SIR, Hyman, >\ ..i 811 Jefferson Ave Riverside. TELLER. Harry, of ill'. Ruclid Riverside. Samuel, SI, of 1138 Ave. Riverside. Ave. ollillS LEGAL NOTlCf awwa^a^^BB!^pJ^^^p^^^^flgc||jJ^*^ -.^..^. •y W i* >ly.jMgMi ga^ga^gafl [OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK IS HEREBV BIVEN undersigned, desiring t.. er business under th.fictlous i_i.-Ian l;omuany at IT04 I i.t..n ttlvd., Coral (lable* 34, Office designs and furnishings direct from manufacturer %  Wfc aaj K'iH ii a. ii.. In ol lie i.-n.l t.. register said Clerh ..I th.Circuit County, Florida. CAROL A. RltlCS NANCY 1. RIOOS %  24, 31, 2 that nil name Court wiih of I ill.e IllIll,Hide IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61756-C In RE: K-ate of THKORIA BATLES HOUSTON. 1 leceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.. All Creditors and All %  'arsons lla\ IIIK Clulms .-r Demands Againsi .-.ml Instate: You ar,hereby notified and r.-iiuired to present an) rlaims and demands which you may have againsi the .stale ..f THEOK1A UAYI.KS llufSTii.v d,-e. is,.,i late of Bade I'.'iiniv, Florida, to I he County Judges of Bade County, and file the sun. In dunllcate and AS provided in Section %  33.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in tlie Count! Courthouse in Bade County, Florida, within si\ calendar months from the time of tin fiii publication hereof, or the sunn vi ill l>e barred. |iat-d nt Miami. Florida, this 8th .l.u oi January, A.I %  ISM, ..UARK1-.TT Al. KUTHENRERO As Ailminisir.it. ir C.T. \. First pulilicalion ol thin notice on tin24 day of .laiiuaiy, 19(1, C \i|i|.\" tk Ri ITHENBMRi: Attorneys for Administrator, C.T.A. 307i Biscay n,Rulldlng Miami, l-'ii.ri.la 1 21. 31, 2-7. II IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61577-B Dowhnq In RE: Estati ol F.FFIK l.nlisi-: ItAlIIMINOS, H I. a I.OflSK KAHAtl.VOS, H k I.. U'lSH ItAIIAIINO, a i. a II I ii: I.I H'lSR KAHMINOS, .. I; a i:i l-li: i.. il'IKM RAH.MIXO, n I, a 1-: It-l 17 I II ISH MINNIS, a k a I.i it l.-i: M1NMS, a k a I.i H ISi: REIIMINO, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Persons Hav| lllg I'laillls or 1 lies AKUIIISI Estate: v..n are h< rehy notified and requln .1 to pi. -.-Hi any I'laiiiis and demands which you ma> ha v.ago nsl ii tai • i.i'i-i i-: i.onsic UAIIIMlNiiS. a k a l.nrisi-: RAHMINGS, a k a MII'IM: RAHMINO, a k a i:i FIE I.i n ISi: RAHMINOS, .. k a EFFIE MM ISi". RAHAHNO, a k/a EF, I'll-: i. II ISI; MINNIS, a k a i...risi-: MINNIS, a k a I.OllSI-: REHMI.NII, deceased late of Dade I county, Hi rida. t.. the County Judgi s ..f Bade Count}, and file tlie sain,iii duplicate and as provided In section 733.IS, Florida Statutes, ii IllII offlcs ill the ". .11III;, Court • house In Bade County, bioridu, with. ill six e.il. tnlai 111. .til 11.f.-..in the time ..i th. first publication hereof, or me same will be barred. Bated at Miami. Florida, Hii.ilay ..: Jauuury, A.t>. IHS4 AIIH.v HTKACIIAN As A.linini.-; iator First publication of this n : the 21th .lay of .lanuiiry. lui.i HARRIS ANB RnBlNMiN Attorneys for Adiiiinlsirator : ttth 1loor l>a.I. Federal unl ; .Miami. Floridu, 13181 I 21. St, 2-7. 14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61875-B In^UE: Estute of AARON WKINKL.E I '• Cl .is.il. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors and All l*eraoii Ha< Ing (•hums ,.r I Lilian. is Against bold l-.stat.-. You at-.hereby notified and required to IT, s. nt any claim* and demands which you maj nave against the estate of AARON IV"H1.\K1.K deCeased late ol Bade County, Florida | t.. the t'ounty Judges of Bade County, and to filthe .--ime in duplicate and as provldeil in Section 733.18 iToruiii Statutes, in their offices in the i ..in,iv i ourthouse in Bade Coun'' ;,'.,i h '•"•'* %  ii"'i>> six .al.mlai '";'; nis "" %  time of the first publication hereof, or the same will i.. barred Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th i da> ,.f January, A.l. |S4 HR8T NATIONAL. BANK i)F MIAMI •> s BONABB R. TH, ..Mi's, i.v X i.e-l'r.-siil.iii ;, n .| Senior Trust Officer -\s Executor .-i Rstate ol ,..-,., A -""" VVelnkle. H.-eeas, ,i Ml I.IIS. HEIM \.\ ft KAPLAN It) l."l is HEIMAN Attorneys for Ksecutor IliU S.W. 1st >.,,, ,. .Miami. Florlds 1-21. 31. 2-7. H IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 717 •I S. fll-EASON, .lit., as Admlnlstra'"i ol veterans Affairs, an tnTflcer • %  i the L'nlted states of America, and his successors in such offic his HI i in ir assigns, Plaintiff, and II Desks, Chairs, Solas, Credenzas, Lmps, Everything for the Office of Distinction pavmw Interior detlgn and space pl*nnin|. Open Saturday Morning PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc. 'S01 Southwtst Jlsl Avenut Telephone Highland 4-8'^£1 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 806 ROBERT C. HARRISON Plaintiff, %  Vs JOAN i: HARRIBON, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Id. JOAN B. HARRISON ::'. Sergeant Street Nutly, New .I.IS.A Y,,ii. JOAN K HARRISON, are hereby notified that a (till of Complaint f. r Divorce has bean riled against you. ami you are required to ser\.a ropy ,.r your Answer m I'leading to the Hill ..r Complaint on Hi. i'i : .i...iff,. attorney, v. itiini:i:T i vitl.is-i-:. -.'ii si:. 1st Avenue, Miami 33, Florida, and file the "iiglnal Answer or Pleading in the of. flee of the il.rk of the Circuit Court .,n .ir before the 34th day ..f February, ISS4, If you fall t.. do s... judgment bj default win he taken againsi vou for the relief demanded In Hi.Bill of Complaint. This m.ti., shall be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH PI.ORTDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. Florida, this 22ml day <>t Jan iar^ A.D. IBS4 i: Ml RATHERM VN". Cl.k Circuit Court. HolrCounty, Horidu (Circuit Court Seal) Bj T. I' ci i|-i:i. \\l i |i i> i •'• %  < k '. ROBERT CARI isi.i: '.HI: isi Vvenue Miami 33, Florida 1 21, 31, 2 7. I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. E3C 13911 TIII: w •ii.i.iAMsr.i HUH SAVINHS HANK. Plaintiff JAMES B. RICE, .t u\. el al, i %  fendant NOTICE OF SUIT TO: JAMES B. RICE, 24ii.". j>3rd Street Oulfpoi I. Mississippi You are herebj notified that the alsive captloned action has been instltuted agnlnal you in th.circuit Conn of the lith Judicial Circuit of Florida in an.i tor Bade County to foreclose a mortgage upon the following describee! real property: Lot ".. hl.K-k 4S Fii st Addition to Carol City according to the I'lat Vs et ll\, I.i therof, recorded al Page 19 of the of Dade Counts IYou are required Mm to plaintiff's the ch-ri serve a ittornei of op) Plat Hook (ill l 'ui,lie Records %  ri.la I., file your nn11.l:iint \\ ith the aforesaid Court, and thereof upon plaintiffs 1984, or etit. i MARTIN FINE 14ih Floor, Hade Federal Itulldlng Miami 83, Fa rid I not Lit r than I Vtiruar. SSth, ,i 1 1. ii.. Pro Confess,, v, ill i .-.I againsi you. i luted: Jan. 30, 1M1. E. R. IK \ IIIKKMAN Cl.-rk of the Clrenit Court !'•> •!. P COPFXANB I i. null Cl, i k MARTIN I INK Utorm > !'•.! I*lalntlfl 14tb Flasit Hade I-..I. ral Rldg. Miami S3, Florid 1 21. 31. ; BOBBY l.i:i-: REBSE, I >et. ndants, NOTICE OF SUIT TO: ItOBBV I.Ki: REESB BARBARA LBB REESK .".124 Eastwood Cincinnati, Ohio Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai a sun has been brought againsi M.II by .1. s. iii, I:ASI i.\. .in ;,., v.iinihlslrator ..l Vettrans Affairs, an Ol fleer of the rnii.-.i states ,,f America, ami his successors m such office, and his or th.ii assigns, to foreclose a moitgage encumbering the following described pio|ierty ( to-wtt: l.i.i.s iii, II and 12, in Block in ol SiUTII MIAMI HEIUHTS ADDITION I-:-, according to ih. Illal till re..!', as reei.l.leil | n | -, (( Hook 33, at page 71. of the public records of Dade County, riorlda and you are required to iii. v...it answer with the Clark of the Circuit l ourt of t wde County, I lOMda, ..t the < ourthouse In Miami. 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r % 2nd Semester of Jewish Studies College dfewislli Floridian S l9,es Evening Sessions starting Soon ^ ^^"^ Courses for the second semester Ner Tarn id, instructor; second Miami, Florida, Friday, January 24. 1964 Section C Meeting with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz at Laraine Friedman, Ted Cooper, Martin Krovetz Temple Menorah's annual college students and Linda Berger. Seated are Marjorie Franbreakfast are standing (left to right) Lawrence kel, Joan Feldman. Carol Snyderman and Weiner, Rabbi Abramowitz, Ronald Rosen, Helen Marks. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, longtime workers in behalf of the Jewish Na'ional Fund and other Zionist causes, this week announced the establishment of the Nathan and Selma Nash Nachlah in Me Ami, Israel. Learning the good news is Zev W. Kogan, who executed the document establishing the Nachlah in Miami's twin city in Israel, a project of. the Greater Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Several years ago, the couple dedicated a Mile of Trees in the Negev. Miamians Picked For JDC Board Miami Jewish leaders were ected or reelected to the Board Directors of the Joint Distri!ition Committee, it was anDunced this week by Moses A. f-eavitt, JDC executive vice chairMil. Elected to the Board of Directors were Federation President Sidney Letcourt, Ernest Janis, treasurer, and Sam J. Ileiman, pa-t president. Members in the Greater Miami irea serving on JDC National pouncll arc the following: Dr. IrviLchrman, 1364 campaign chairman, and Federation Executive Erector Arthur S. Rosichan, as nil as Jack Carner, Jack D. Gor-' fun. Cal Kovens, David Levinson. Jam Luby Jr., Mrs. Anna B. Mey A J Molasky, Max Orovitz. Kurt Peiser. Sam Rost. Also John Serbm, Mrs. Sam Sim hoff, Sidney Ansin, Shepard froad. Jack A. Cantor, Judge Irv-| Cypcn, Mrs. Joseph Duntov. Beph A. Garfield, Louis Goldni. Sam. A. Goldstein. Nat Gum ick; A. J. Harris. Howard Kane. am C. Levenson, Joseph M. Lip >n, Ben Markowitz, Benjamin Jeyers. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Dav ; Phillips, Hyland Rifas. And Joseph M. Rose, Arnold Seeder, Jacob Sher, Harry Simonhoff. Harold Thurman. Mitchell Wolfson, William Agranove, Le( Eiscnstein. Carl II Ettinger. Aaro' Kanner. Jay Kislak. Maurice J Kopelwitz. Meyer H. Kronenberg Baron de Hirsch Meyer. LeonarC Rosen, Fred K. Shochet. Harr> Sirkin, Julian W'einkle and B. J Newburger. Beach Firm Will Launch Home Expansion Norman M. Ciller & Associates. Miami Beaih architectural firm has been selected to design the new six-story addition to the Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida. Mrs. Joseph E. Kei.-er. Home president, said the new ultra-modern addition would boost the Home's capacity to 130 beds and "give us a chance to accept many patients we have had to turn down because of a lack of space." Selection of the architect for the Home was made during a Board of Directors meeting. Mrs. Keiser also announced members for a new Building Committee which will work closely with the architects in planning the building. Members of the new group, to be headed by Co-chairmen Edward Elkin and Maurice Collegcman. include Nathan Roth. Sid Siegel. the Home's executive director, Louis Bloomstein, Mrs. Ida Kostoff and Mrs. Keiser. i The new additon will feature all new administrative facilities and the latest equipment in the field of geriatrics, Mrs. Keiser said. of the College of Jewish Studies were announced this week by Joscph Cohen, president of the Bureau of Jewish Education. The evening sessions of the college will meet on Miami Beach at Tern pie Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave., and in the North Dade area at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd. Courses outlined include sessions from 8 to 9. At Temple Emanu-El, the second semester will begin on Tuesday, Jan. 28. Forum session will feature "Giants of American JeWry," with lectures on Haym Salomon, Rebecca Gratz, Mordecai M. Noah, Judah P. Benjamin, Louis Brandeis, Henrietta Szold, Solomon Schecter and Stephen S. Wise. The revolving faculty consists of Louis Schwartzman. director. Bureau ot Jewish Education; Harry Simonhoff, local historian; Pabbi Allen Kutchik. of the United Synagogue; Dr. Donald Michelson. Hillel Foundation; Ju Ige Fred Barad. of the Metropolitan Court; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink, local Hadassah leader; Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah; and Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El. Three courses will he offered at Temple Emanu-El, from 8 to 9 p.m., including "History of Bible Times." with Louis Schwartzman as instructor; "Beginner's Hebrew," with Aliza Brenner as instructor; and "Hebrew Thru Values." with Paul Kwitney, instructor. Registration date has been set for Jan. 28. Courses will begin at the North Dade Branch for the second semester on Jan. 23. Forum subject will be "Vital Issues in Juda ism Today." Lectures include What is a Jew," "Is Anti-Semiti-m Declining." "Judaism and Civil Liberties." "Judaism's Contribution to Law and Democracy." "Judaism on Marriage and Intermarriage." "The Two-Way Bridge Between America and Israel," "Judaism and Christianity." "Is the Synagogue the Focus of Jewish Life Today." Revolving faculty consists of Louis Schwartzman, of the Bureau; Rabbi Simon April. Beth Moshe Congregation; Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Adath Yeshurun Congregation; Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Young Israel Congregation; Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Beth Torah Congregation; Rabbi Samuel Machtai, Temple B'nai Sholom; Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Temple Sinai; and Rabbi Harold Richter. B'nai Raphael Congregation. Courses offered at Beth Torah Congregation include the second semester of "Jews in the Middle Ages," with Meyer Samberg, educational director of Temple semester in "Elementary Hebrew," with Abraham J. Gittelson, educational director, Beth Torah Congregation, as instructor; second semester of "Conversational Hebrew," Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president, Hebrew Educators' Alliance, instructor; and a new course in the "Vocabulary of Jewish Life," with Herbert Zvi Berger, associate director ef the Bureau, instructor. Courses continue in the third location of the College of Jewish Studies at the Bureau ol Jewish Education Building. The course for Hebrew teachers in preparation for the examination of the National Board of License will enter its second semester, with Dr. Nathaniel Soroi'f. Bureau consultant, as instructor. Courses continue on Friday afternoons in "Basic Judaism," with Herbert Zvi Berger instructor, and "Methods of Teaching in the HebrewClass" and "Teaching Methods in the Sunday School," with Louis Schwartzman, instructor. The College of Jewish Studies also sponsors the Bureau's television program "Living Hebrew." which is now in its sixth >ear of. presentation and continues every Thursday, 7 p.m.. over Station WTHS. Ch. 2, co-sponsored by the Community Television Foundation. Adams to Speak At Beth Jacob Florida Secretary of State Tom Adams will be guest speaker at the 30th anniversary banquet of Beth Jacob Congregation to be held at the Deauville Hotel on Sunday, Feb. 23 Vice Mayor of Miami Beach Bernard Frank said this week th;.t Adams, in accepting the invitation. "praised the activities of the first Orthodox synagogue on the Beach." Spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation is Rabbi Tibor Stern. Guest of honor at the banquet will be Abe Eisenberg, vice president of Riverside Memorial Chapels. Banquet chairman is Leonard Gilbert. RabW feitz At Agudath Israel Rabbi Pinchas Teitz. presidium member of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America and Canada, of Elizabeth, N.J.. delivered an address last Saturday at Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute. On a Torah tour of the midwestern and western states as a representative of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi Teitz was introduced by Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever. Rabbi Gross Back From Talk Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin cipal of the Hebrew Academy, has just returned from New York where he addressed a capacity audience of 1,200 people at the annual dinner of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifla in the Wal dorf Astoria. At the affair, a two million dollar building campaign was officially launched by Arnold Neustadter, building campaign chairman. Rabbi Alexander Linchner. principal of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath and Mesifta. reported on the progresi the Yeshiva has made not only in this country but in its .student activities abroad. Volunteer group presented a cantata at late Friday evening services last week a' Temple Ner Tamid. The cantata, "The Seven Golden Buttons," was directed by Cantor Saul Breeh, with Joseph Schreibman, music director, assisting. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Gertrude Mogul, Miss Evelyn Levy, Mrs. YveMe Silberger, William Weissman, soloist. Mrs. Saul Breeh and Mrs. Harry Bezark. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Ben Avick, Mrs. Dan Piver, Cantor Breeh. Dan Piver, narrator, Schreibman, Bernard Lack, Mrs. Leo Paul and Mrs. Milton Hurwitz. Not shown are Mesdames Morris Woskow, Alex Marx and Michael Horwitz.



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Page 2-C vJewlsti noridtaZL Temple Menorah sponsored its second annual Chanuka Music Festival here recently. Featured were the Israeli Dance Group, including Barbara Segal, Dick Friedman, Marlene Segal, Scott Saulson, Vivian Shelist, Zvi Honor, Diane Glickman, Robert Ett and Sharon Krovetz. Also lectured were Cantor Edward Klein and Rose Byrum, soprano. Sholem Students Are Consecrated Temple Beth Sholem's Religious School in Hollywood and Hollywood Hills, with an overall enrollment of more than 250 children, consecrated 32 new Hebrew school students at the regular Friday night service recently. Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spiritual leader, announces (hat Beth Sholem offers a program of religious education from nursery school for children, age 4. through high school for 17-year olds. .Members of the Hebrew school faculty are Bruce Richman, educational director, Aviva Richman, Cantor Ernest Steiner and Miss Joanne Feld. Regular Sunday School, pre-confirmation, confirmation, post-confirmation and Bar Mitzvah classes are offered in addition to a Musaf club, Hebrew dramatic club and youth program for ages 10 through high school age. Following were consecrated: Marc Axinn. Sandra Berman. Linda Brown, Elisa Caplan, Bonnie Fiering, Jill Fiering. Mark Finnk. Vicki Finnk, Bruce Friedman, Rebecca Garmizo, Stuart Gobey, Ava Goldman. Jeff Goldstein, Holly Gucky, Joel Hakam. Stephen Heim, Susan Jackson. Randy Mars, Debra Marcus, Jane Marcus, Joan Pollak, Cindy Quinter, Ruth Quinter, Eric Salter, Mahna Sailer, Barry Silber, Robert Silverstein, James Sporn, Raphael Weiss, Shelley Zander. THIS IS ONE OF OUR 337,111' BRANCH OFFICES THAT'S RIGHT. Sterling Savings is as close as your nearest mail box —a mere 5 hours away by jet. And what's more, Sterling Savings pays Air Mail Postage BOTH ways —makes it easier than ever to stve with safety. Every Sterling Saving's account is insured up to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. Family members can open several accountsindividual, joint and partnership accounts. All are fully insured. Sterling Saving's accounts are a legal investment for Synagogue, corDorata. union, trust and pension plans. ~ • "V* accounts >p t* $10,009 later*, by F.t.U.C., W SfV RV Mimber of Fttfiraf lomt loan B.f.k Sjiua (Current Annual Dividend Date) FREE ROCKET COIN BANK 13" high red. white end blue rocket — en authentic replice of the famous U.S. Army rocket. Special trigger launches all coin*, stakes saving fun. •There are 337,111 nail bones in the U.S. INSURED SAFETY NO RISKS FROM MARKET CHANGES FUNDS ALWAYS AVAILABLE FREE COIN BANK


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Frid Friday. January 24. 1964 +Jewish norkttan Page 3-C IETTER TO THE EDITOR Jewish Needs Should Come First Hibiscus Lodge collects 52 pints of blood for Mt. Sinai Hospital Blood Bank. Left to right are Dr. Meyer Sclar; Edward Platkin. chairman of Hibiscus Blood Bank; Milton Perlberger. co-chairman; and Dr. Mark Cirlin, director of blood procurement. PERFORMS COMMUNITY SMKl Hibiscus Lodge Blood Bank Continuing Record of Successful Achievement Here When Mt. Sinai Hospital hold a Blood Bank Unit t.>r Hibiscus Lodge recently, 52 pints of blood were collected. The Hibiscus Blood Bank has been a successful project since its I inception in 1949. when then WorIshipful MaBter Ben Essen appointed Fdward A. Platkin chairman, |oi the Blood Bank Committee. In the 14 years of Platkin's [chairmanship, the Hibiscus Blood Bunk has allocated a total of 1,817 i Ipoints of blood which represents $•45,425. In addition to serving its mem|1HIN and families with blood. Hi-; IIMMUS has made annual donations |1" the following organizations: Vrmed Forces Program (Korean; |\\.ir>. Mt. Sinai Hospital. St. I Francis Hospital. Veterans Ad %  ninistration Hospital. Coral' babies, Mcsonic Home of Florida. Masonic Relief Association. Cere sial Palsey, Hemophilia Chapter ind individual indigent cases In 1953, the lodge in.-tituted a lood Bank Processing Fund through cash donations from its pembers. Purpose of this fund' las tu pay all processing charges r indigent members. Committee members of Hibiscus "mi Bank are Milton Perlberger, |o-chairman, Dr. Mark Cirlin. diiitur of blood procurement, who also head of the Mt Sinai Hos|ital Blood Bank, which he foundMIDDIE AGED WOMAN WANTED GOOD COOK LIVE IN Ph. UN 6-9727 ed in 1949, Dr. Meyer Sclar, Sam C.laubman. Marshall Bernard, Nat Kirsch. Maurice Collegeman and Louis Auerbach. The Mobile Unit Staff of Mt. Sinai Hospital, under the direction ol Dr. Cirlin, Mrs Ann Hausman. Office manager, and Mary Jo Fry, chief technician, comes to Hibiscus Temple four times a year, March, June. Sept., and December. All donors are served full course dinners of steak or prime ribs of beef. EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian: Recent pronouncements by Jewish organizations and individuals, both lay and clerical, have been disturbing to me. Enough is enough when it comes to Jewish involvement in the civil rights question. Statements approving the principles of civil rights are perfectly in order. But endorsement byJews of certain legislative proposals, the payment of expenses for rabbis who joined the Washington March in August (I refer to the S1.000 given by AJC). the announcement at the recent General Assembly here of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds that the most important item facing American Jewry today is the Negro problem, the passage of resolutions at the Union of American Hebrew Congregations biennial in Chicago—all of this is not only a misuse of funds which were donated for Jewish purposes, but reflects posi tions which can only be construed as endorsements of specitic ad ministrative proposals and NAACP I and CORE positions. As • consequence, all our orI ganizations appear to be auxiliaries and mouthpieces for the administrative branch of the Democratic Party, NIACP and CORE. What about our own struggle for rights? No general ethical concept should blind us as Jews from recognizing the basic and very practical difficulties of our position in this country as a minority. When a group or even one rabbi comes to a southern community, and in speeches and actions sharply criticizes that community's civil rights attitudes, and then leaves, the reaction by the community is that all Jews are •Negro lovers," Jewish merchants are boycotted and Jewish citizens are again thrown into "splendid" isolation. When a Protestant minister or group does the same thing, that particular minister or group is attacked—as individuals —and there is no social or economic boycott of Protestant merchants or Protestant members of the community I submit that this is a very important practical consideration, and no ethical platitudes can explain it away. On the other hand, where are' these individuals when it comes to Jewish civil rights? I have not seen and don't see now any Jewish sit-ins, marches or demonstrations regarding discrimination on LaGorce Island, or the complete absence as reported in national publications of Jewish lawyers in top flight law firms, or the complete absence of Jewish executives in any echelon of leading American business corporations, or the three leading auto manufacturing corporations. I do not see Jewish or any other pickets in front of the estate of the mass murderer of Jews residing in a palatial estate in California, Andrij Artukovic. And I certainly do not sec these individuals leading demonstrations against the administration and State Department stand on the amendment for foreign aid cutting funds off from Nasser and Egypt. What is this pathological preoccupation Jew s have for everyone's cause except their own? Israel and world Jewry are in one of their most dangerous situations in our history, but these same zealots don't see it. or if they do. I cannot understand dying like a sheep for Kiddush HaShem, but 1 can understand dying like the Warsaw Ghetto fighters, the Irgun and other groups in history who went down fighting. I can not see kissing the whip that beats me or the extreme masochism characterizing so many of our pseudo-intellectuals and so-called leaders. DR. HARRY E. WOLK Miami Beach 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 1000 SQ. FT. For Limited Time Only HY WEISS FR 7-2676 GABLES COIN SHOP COINS • STAMPS BOUGHT. SOLD AND TRADED 2348 PONCE DE LEON BLVD. Phone 445-7561 FRANCES MASSAGE i i L MEN and WOMEN 1274 N.W. 29th Street NE 4-4014 I i i |Passofiume Sunoco Service General Repairs Road Service 5390 W. Flagler HI 6-9285 EMERGENCY A A A SERVICE WOLPERT FURNITURE COMPANY'S GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE IS NOW TAKING PLACE! 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Page 4-C +Jewisl>norMto£_ Friday. January 24. 1964 CJA Division Boasts Increase In the first meeting of tne Communal Services Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal, a 3 per cent increase was recorded on behalf of the 1963 drive, it was announced by Edward Cohen, chairman of the division. Leaders of the division, representing social, heallh and welfare agencies in the community, as well as religious institutions, took a lour of the new Ablin expansion project at the Jewish Home for the Aged, where they met for a planning session. The group ;' s feted by Executive Director Maurice Pearlstein and Assistant Director Arthur Kalish. Federation Executive Director Arthur s. Rosichan spoke on behalf of Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 campaign chairman u Norton Pallot (riqht) and S. Ronald Pallot discuss the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Norton Pallot will serve as co-chairman of the Manufacturing and Transport Division. Ronald Pallo'. has been chosen to head the Transportation Group. Both leading executives of Norton Tire Co., they have been active in the Automotive Division in the past. Norton Pallot is a member of the 1964 CJA Campaign Cabinet and on the Federa'.ion Board of Governors. Aliens Required To Register District Director Edward P Ahrens, of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, said this iveek thai the annual alien address report program usually causes a sharp rise in the number (l applications for naturalization Combined Jewish Appeal is the subject of an informal discus sion between. Samuel Farber, assistant director-comptroller ot Mt Sinai Hospital, and Communal Services Division Chairman Edward Cohen, administrative direc'or of Temple Israel Cohen and Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan announced a 30 percent increase at the division's cocktoi. partv held at the Jewish Home for the Aged. Rabbi Specks At ORT Meeting i t Wrench." Following the lecture, a short film was shown on the work of ORT in m countries, teaching 26 different trades in over 650 trade schools The public i~ invited to attend MRS. JACK KARP will be available at all Post OfORTs first open meeting. Re fices and Offices of the Immigratreshments will be served, and a tion and Naturalization Service social hour and card game! will during the month of January. follow the meeting, ROOF LEAK? CALL VICTOR < \ Let us repair it or apply a new one. For free estimate phone: ACME fCOOl l\. CO. 685-1952 ** to Jewish refugees overseas, new comers to Israel and Jewish com mtinity needs in the United States. She recently headed the UJA Women's Division's eighth annual survey of UJA-financed welfare and aid programs in Europe and Israel. During this trip, which marked grcss. A national board member of UJA since 1951. Mrs. Karp is also a member of the national board of Hadassah and was national vice president of the organization from 1952 to 1955. In 1956. she was a 1 delegate to the World Zionist Con$ 4X* GA A^k ABOARD ys/si GALA CRUISES THE AIR-CONDITIONED FLORIDA MIAMI TO 3-DAY Cruises FROM *59 4-DAY Cruises 9 fA*/f*toAfy HUNAWdY MY HOTCl %  ** MO RiOS PORTAKTONlO NASSAU L LOW CRUISE FARES INCLUDE: %  All meals—including ftstiva Captain's Dinner! %  full enterta.nment program—Cruise Dicector, floor shows, movies. games and prizes, calypso band! %  Captain's Cocktail Party! %  Continental breakfast! %  Midnight snacks! %  Duty-free shopping k on board! WEST INDIES 7 $ 139.so DAYS Per Person double occupancy INCLUDES COMPLETE BREAKFASTS AM SUMPTUOUS FULL COURSE OWNERS HOTEL & COUNTRY CLUB Rental Runaway Bay. Jamaica. W. I. Cmr Only 40 mile, from Mootofo Bay Telephone JACK HUGEN -., wwr arrival one it Vun for 7 doyt MIAMI 1 48. SOS!. PT. UUOHDII it* uOA N o, E svAT,o N s"^7 *a 1 oo ££ mw4 Unlimited Fre* Golf 18 Hole Country C'ub Course m nm. c mmmm SEE rou TRAVEL mm...



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Friday. January 24. 1964 # EI Al in Line For Purchase Of Super-Jets By Special Report El Al Israel Airlines secured for itself n most favorable position in the line of purchasing of Iwo I S. built supersonic aircraft by depositing $200,000 with the Federal Aviation administrator in Washington. In being assigned positions 10 and 14, El Al will be among the firsi two foreign flag carriers on Mlantii to place in service an made, supersonic air+Jen JltaMbi %  7 Deposits for the two superseme aircraft were made in person by Brig. Gen. E. Ben-Arzi, president of El Al, and Col. S. (.•"hat, chief executive of the fline, at the offices of the Fede'dl Aviation Administration in Washington. Vl's management made il I lhal its decision would be upon the aircraft's • %  m accordance with • 's specifications and requirements. n 1 ment between the Federal t\\ iation ". lion and Kl Al was a pollcj established i> ihi \ \ and designed 10 Benin equitable allocation of • • mong American and carriers Offering >Atlai 1 service. \i thus repeats a dramatic being among the first inlional airlines on the Atlantic Iroduce revolutionary ad%  in air transportation. It had previously raced BOAC in the introduction of the first ietprop aircraft (the Britannia) on the Atlantic and had established a number of blue ribbon speed records with this aircraft when it was first introduced in )57. | In the sub-sopic jet era, Its nonMop jet lights between the United States and Israel, one of the longest regularly-scheduled flights in commercial aviation, also represents a major aviation "lirst." Page 5-C Discussion of Spinoza I "The Life and Philosophy ol Spinoza" is the subject of a round table discussion at West brook*) Country Club's lecture group, the -1 \Visdom Workshop," Friday. Jan, 24, at 8 p.m. The lecture is open to the public. Discussing this week's cruise of the Greater Miami Districts of the Zionist Organization of America aboard the Zim Lines SS Jerusalem are (left to right) Max Parness, president, Miami Gables District Mr. and Mrs. Morns Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rabinowitz, Mrs. Nan Cohen, Akiva Goffer, vice president of Zim Lines here, and Joseph Fine. Some 75 ZOA members are participating in the cruise to S'. Thomas in the Virgin Islands and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Showman's Group Installs Officers Twentieth annual installation dinner of Miami Showman's Association Auxiliary was held Thursday, .Ian !). at the Everglades Hotel In a ceremony conducted by Mrs. Mae Levine and Mrs Ada Cowan, the following officers for 1961 were installed: Hesdames M i c k ie Hawkins. president; Eve Daniels, Ann Tara, Dorothy Conn, vice presidents; Hilda Homan, Neva Heiman. see retaries; Alberta Mack, treasurer Among notable attending the affair were Mr-. Rose Spidel. mother of Ralph Renick of WTVJ; Mrs. Sidney Aronowitz, wife of the City of Miami Commissioner Mrs, Walk Maer, wife of the attorney [or the Showman's Association; Mrs. Henry Balaban. wife of Judge Balaban; Mrs Thomas Kelly, wife id the former sheriff; and Mrs Robert Floyd, wife of Judge Floyd. WebmeWagw Honors Special Family Occasions Your Welcome Wagon Hostess] will call with a basket of gifis. and friendly greetings from religious, civ ic, and business leaders of our community when roar family celebrates a sixteenth birthday, announces an engagement or the birth of a new babjfa or moves to a new borne. When the occasion arises, phone HI 8-4994 Balkin Lodge Meeting Monday Cilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'nth Lodge met on Monday. 8 p.m.. at L'niversitj Bowling Lanes, 7101 SW :>9th PI., according to Presi dent Ainslee R, Fur-die. New members were obligated. announcement of the Nominating Committee was made, and Charles Seiavitch reported on the district Board ol Governors meeting held al Baltimore. Rieger to Serve As Noble Grand Joseph Rieger. Miami Beach, civic leader, was installed as I'oble grand of Miami Beach Oddfellow Lodge 101 on Tuesday! night in the Oddfellow Lodge, 25 Washington Avc. District Deputy Grandmaster Roy Bowen conducted the cere' many. Serving with Rieger were Max Grccnwald, vice grand; Al Laufrouben and Harry Sussman, secretaries; Morris Spivack, treasur er; and Joe Goldbater. chaplain. lit Alia iL *He&*n 8e&*c it Ttecv 7f,oT&f Beth Kodesh PTA Beth Kodesh PTA is sponsoring a teen age party and dance on Saturday, Feb. 1. at 7 p.m. freshments will be served. Re hjd(idxxutivtPit, oir-co~tilionad room, 7 gourmat maols, choice of ftthing; •ailing, fc> end boot rout, or otar Alhaj p'xt iwi—ina. and on.. Iilond pleMurei. Good until Fab. I c ol Hov.l not includad. Flight! doily Iron Wait Palm leach, ft. kavaaroait ni Miami. rWfva thru Hotal f,eprenreitve WILLIAM P. WOLFE Oroonliatian. Inc., Cho— fear at Commerce auildina, Miami, Florida. 3 Day,2 Night Adventuro Package jf~Bt ^Bh. par person, double otcuporcy j TREASURE CAY INN New—for the first lime—enjoy a Vnurieus room and hueiees aeeal* %  M of New Terk'i largest and bett located hoteli -Jo* jet about the *.t of lhe room alone! You II have the be.t at $fO 00 £• %  •• oWeaMojt WesM everythi..f rf,ht at the rrnlee ,-t "*aBWW a. r S.ccele.l Sir.k.. ot rcr,i hin, ... FJr.ui,1.1 Per Person Chop* and Sea Feed...m oar ,urrou-di-i. ... Sleepyhead be* ... celebrated Coral Saoer T -..--saa... ^SnSoM *""**• The Empire State Building if yew neighbor ... Rockefeller Center... the theatrei, sights and thrills of the real New York are steps from roar door. Travel dreamt come true at a fabulous saving in the comfort and convenience liestte sf 1 GOVERNOR CLINTON (Write Victor Giles— General Manager. Clip this ad to your reservation er Wing it along to enjoy the best in the house at this phenomenal low rate.) ________ Opposite enn Station—Gateway to the Worlds fair „ golfer's biggest holiday bargain on Georgia's fabulous Jekyll Island!!! Every resort luxury at your disposal. Beautiful air-conditioned rooms with sun terraces. 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Page 6-C vJmlsJh ftcridiar Zamora Has Sporting Night Temple Zamora Sisterhood Donor Committee sponsored a "Sporting Xipht Out" aU Miami .Jai-Alai on Thursday, Jan. 16. In charge o reservations were Mrs. Harold Shuman and Mrs. Sam Miller. Mrs Leah Friedson has served as chairman of the Sisterhoods pulpit flower fund in memory of the late Maurice Fishman. son of Ion time Temple members. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fishman. Rabbi Hershel Brooks dedicated ihe permanent floral arrangement during services Friday evening. Jan. 17 Frida y. January 24. 196 4 'Dolls for Democracy' N •Dolls for Democracy," with each doll representing a different country, was presented at the H'nai Brith Women of Coral Gabks meeting on Tuesday eveninal ilillel Mouse. University of Miami campus. Affair was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Archie Grossman in honor of the marriage Of their son. Leonard, to Toby Pretbus Eight women who helped make the annual dinner dance and show of the Women's Corps of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute a success are seated (left to right) Mrs. Jennie Miller and Mrs. Sidney Raflel, chairman oi the affair. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Maxwell Hymun, Mrs. Manny Mandel, Mrs. Harold Richter, Mrs. Victor Vickness, Mrs. Moe Blitz, and Mrs. Sidney Blum. Held in the Cafe Le Can Can of the Carillon Hotel, the benefit presented Lou Walters "Oui Oui Paree" revue. Over 600 attended. Physical Fitness Men's Program To demonstrate what can be acWolfson, who also serves as area %  complishcd in physical conditioncoordinator for isometric proing to counteract the effects of grams for Dade County schools, the inactive life of the average will be the instructor of the probusiness and professional man in gram which wi n take place wec khis thirties and forties, ai new nmsA program has been designed by the _"_ .Miami YMHA Branch v.nh ad%  Hi^MHMHHMi^MBBBSBaM Founders Club Luncheon Held Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hospital held a luncheon meeting on Tuesday in the Founders Room at the Fontainebleau Hotel. According to Chairman Baron de Hirsch Meyer, the affair honored the birthdays of founders Mrs. S Harvey Greenspan. Robert Z. Greene. A. J. Harris an.1 II. M. Mason, who each received I Founders Club gift as a momento of the occasion. Basis for admission to the unique club is a minimal yift of $50,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital The group now has a total member' ship of 84 men and women Pupils Illustrate Friday at Home Pupils Ol the primary department of Beth David Sunday School illustrated "Friday Night in the Home" with readings, recitations and snugs at the Oncg Shabbat following this Friday evening's services, Program was presented by students of kindergarten. Grades 1 and 2. under the direction of liesdames John Lundblad, David Fames and Alexander Stiebel. Prancine Brrkawitz acted as narrator. assisted by Cynthia Markovieh, Howard Zuckerman. Rebecca Kurtz, Buddy Adler. John Shiekman. Frank Labbie. Susan' Waas, Deborah Soule. David Katini-, I'ln His Herskowitz. Jayne Levine. Sandra Langer. Susan Siegel. Also Mark Levitt. Lisa Mell. Debra Adlei. Steven Hipsman. Andrew Labbie. Sharon Sachs, Francine Sachs. Michael Soule, David llmkes. Linda Laskin, Steven Merlin. Steven Shiekman. Elysa LangIT and Ross Sohn. Mark Elliott Fertig, son of Harriette and Jack Fertig, 993 Bay Dr., Normandy Isle, recently celebrated his first birthday. Although his birthcay was actually Jan 2, the Fertigs hosted t.he party for the family on Sunday, Jan. 12. Mark is the grandson of the Phil Neuwirths, of Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach, and the Israel Fertigs, of Oakland, Calif. vice of a panel of top experts in medicine and physical education. Open to all, but with a limited capacity in enrollment, this activ-, ity was to begin on Thursday even-' ing. Jan. 23. in the "X" gymnasium at 450 SW 16th Ave., it was announced by Stanley Spieler,, adult activities chairman. Idea for the program was spark-; 1 ed at a talk recently given to I adults at the "Y" by Dr. M. Eugene Flipse. chairman of the Pre-. : ventive Medicine Department at the University of Miami Medical School, at which time the problems of maintaining physical vigor in the "prime of life" were discussed. Advisory committee was convened, consisting of Dr. Flipse; Dr. Philip Samet, director of the, Cardio Pulmonary Laboratory at, Mt. Sinai Hospital: Dave Wike, trainer. University of Miami football team; and Ben Wolfson. chairman, Physical Education Department. Coral Gables High School. WK AT-FM FROM TO BRAHMS BARTOK You'll Hear the World's Finest Music on WK AT-FM 93.1 on your FAA dial MIAMI'S ONLY PURE CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION Programming MORE LIVE Concprtsl WK AT-FM THE VOICE OF THE T0RAH SHALL BE HEARD IN OUR LAND' SUNDAYS 12 NOON OX IIAOIO \\ EDR-1 M MM THET0RAH HOUR THE WEEKLY T0RAH PORTION WILL BE NARRATED AND INTERPRETED BY THE WORLD RENOWNED SCHOLAR AND T0RAH AUTHORITY it \u it i mi. into it n. STERN Spiritual Leader of Beth Jacob Congregation Founder ol the "TORAH SOCIETY Ol THE All! '^U OUI K T h L sanctua 'y^vite the word of G-E Taral T /^ The SUCCGSS of m aim < spread h To ah depends on you. 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Friday. January 24, 1964 +;k m 1*itth M tm i — Page 7-C LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. C3C 13797 K KTHLEEN LOL'ISE U WIS. Il ff, FRANCIS STEPHEN I'WIS. %  .ml.ml ORDER TO APPEAR VOf KI:.\N''|S STEPHEN DAVIS, .... unkii..vv n. .ii e H-'I ni. ,i to .., j ,,i your anawi r lo the 'omiilalnt for I w\ orce i lied a., ilnal ,.., upon Claude M. Barnes, Altor' ... T plaintiff, -" %  '• Calumet Uhlg., %  Florida, and file Hi glnal \iiii the dork of ihia Court on or be,i,,. Jrd day of Februar) 1864, II to do so, ludgmenl bj dell i„taken against you for the I, -,..,ii.i. .1 III said Complaint. _'.ih day -I i "' % %  mix r, i: B LEATHERMAN Clei k "i" the i 'Ircult Court BJ K M I.V.MAN 11. put} < lerk 1 3-10-17-24 i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. 63C 13790 KI1 tNClSCO .1. MJCHAELSEN. Claim iff, .. MILIKI.A OLOA MICHAKLSKN. I>. Cendant. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION tiABRIELA OLOA MICHAELSEN Calle Paaaje No; 4 entre K y Undero, Reparto Bellamar, 'ojlniar, I luvana, I "uba v..I GABRIEL A OLOA MICHAELv. Calle Pasaje So; 4 entre K y i, Reparto Bellamar, CoJImar, i. Cuba, an required t> file inswer lo the Complaint for .. with the Clerk of the above and aerve ;i i ops th, reof upon P Negretti, Attorni >. 910-11 sg Bhlf., in N.E. Jnd Avenue, Plot Ida, on "i before the 3rd of Kebruai!. 1964, or else com• ill be Wk n as confessed. I tins j-'.tii da] of December, r B LEATHERMAN i 'lei k of the ciifiilt Court Bj K M LYMAN i %  I'uiy Clerk l 3-10-17-24 r DMiM LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring gage In business undet the fictitious name of SHATTIXi: i:tt INTERNATIONAL nlj 1*42 Wesl Ave., Miami Bear* Intel iter said name with the Cli rk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida SHATTINOER PCBIJCATIONS, INC., N.Y. Corp. I 3-10-17-24 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOVICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that i irlt'i'signed, ik-sti mi; to engage In i-1n.-p->. under the flctltioua name "i DIVERSIFIED PCBLICATIONS at 1 99th Street, Baj Harbor Islands, I Miami 33134, Fla.. Intends to register paid name with the Clerk of the Clet'ourt of Dade County, Florida. S.\M OOLDM VN MAURICE ROBE Partners 1 17-24-3V-2 T ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! vJenisft nurMHan solicits your legal notice*. We appreciate your patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 ior messenger service LEGAL NOTICE %  "It's TRIPLETS, Mr. Friedman. Mazel Tovl Mazel Tov! Mazel Tov! LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN NOTICE BY PUBLICATION N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No 63C 12986 VRET \S II.LI A.MS. In tit f, Mil: K WILLIAMS. I •. :. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE ELMER It. \\ IL1.IA.M-K. stdence Cnknow it Vou, ELMER II w II-Ll VMS, are hireh) notified that a Bill of ComMII for l ilvon e has been riled attains! you, and you are n-i|ulred to i aeive -i cop) "I > \n-.vei or I i'li-uding i" the Bill of Cbmptalnl on the I'laintlit attorney, > \ MILL MORRIS, 134!) X \\ S6th Street. Ml-1 Florida, and file ti rlglnal An-M.-i or Pleading In the offlci of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi %  • the 3rd day ol Februarj. 1964. il v.. i fail to do BO, Judgment bj default will be taken against you foi the relief demanded in the Bill of Com%  Thru notice shall be published once • .h iveek for four consecutive weeka In THE JEWISH l-Li ;il >l AN |itNE AND ORDERED at Miami, i thll Mth da) Of Deui mi" i. A.H i: B I.LATHKK.UAM. Clerk. I'll m Curl. Dade County, Florida Heal) B) C. I' ii'l'KI.AXI) Deputy Clerk SAMCEL MORRIS Eaq. %  v \\ Uth Stret Miiimi, lk>rlda • Plaintiff 1 J-10-I7-S4 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that • inilei Klgneil, desiring to engage In %  Ul|. I. I 111.1 il Illi'illS II Mil. ol |RH OITICAL il 8801 8W --"ill %  •it, Miami, Florida Intend to reg• -,.cl name with Ihe Clerk of the • i 'ourl ••! i kule 'ountj i'i Ida K >HN I-' Mi KENNA, M 1> l>. lil.AKi: FL4TMAN, M.D, INsl.EE i: PER DIE foi Appllcanta 231 %  S.\V. I iejeune Road la 1134 %  148-26111 l :-in--,7-:'l IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 59907-C RE Bftati ol LENA GOl IDMAN Deceasi il. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE i> hereby given that I liave filed :i Final Report ami Petition for Distribution ami Final Din harge as Kxecutor oi the eatati ol Lena Hoodman, di i aai d; and that "ii the th da) ol February, l64, will apply to tin ll.iiioral.l-County Judgea ol Dade I'ounty, Florida, (ot approval of eald Final Reiiorl and for distribution and i.n .1 dim hargi a* Executor ••( the estate of the above-named decedent. Thla 2nd day of Januar>. 19*4. JACK FCCHS4 i:\.. utor Eatati ol L*na Goodman v\.i>. Helman, Kaplan .-.• Catainan By ua 'N K M'l.AN. Attorn*) 11 o > W Pit %  i Street M..MMI. Fl la 1 JO-T7-24-U NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of TROPICAL BEAl'TY SALON at 7R1S Bird Road, .Miami. Dnde County, Florida, Intenda to register said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. l>.Wll> 11 ROGERS 8ANFORD FREED Ait..in.y for Owner J07 Flagler Fedi ral Miami 32, l'"i"i Ida Bldg. I r-24-31-2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No 61459-B IN RE: Eati f s \ M t" i; i REESE Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and AH Persona Having Claims or Demands Agalnat &aiu You are Iteteby notified and re quired v present any claims and demands which you may have agalnat ,,,.. ,-,. %  „• of SAMUEL REESfi dei-eaaed late "f Dade County, hiorida. to th.County Judges ol Dade County, inl fibthi same III duplicate ami as provided in Section 783.16, Florida Statute*, In their offices In the County Courthouse In Dade County. Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereIN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 613962-B in RE: Estate of HAHoLU IIHLI.IAItP. I). .-as. .1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltora and All Person* Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You. are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you niave have nga Qst the estate .-f HAROLD F. HTLLIARD M • I....I-.-.I late ol I'.ol.County, Florida, i-. the Count) Judges of pade County, and fil s for oWner l 24, 31, :-:. 14 THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61741 C RE; Estate of MORRIS R. BRILLIANT Deceasi .1 CREDITORS and AH Pi Demands A NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21243 NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN 11 Nathaniel W. Slegel holder ol Toi ..f Miami Springs Special Assessment Lien Certificate No. K9 issued the 261 day "f May, A.D. I5, lias filed lama in my office, and Mas made appllc %  lion f"r a tax deed to be issued then on. Saul Certifli ate embraces the following described property in tlw County of Dade, State of Florida, t nit: W 72.'-' Ft of i: 925.1 Ft of N Tr :.: Leas N JO Fl & S 8 Fl to RW Fla Fruit Land i"... Sub., I'lal Boiik 2 Page 17. Section l". Township '•: South, Range 40 East in the Town ..f Miami Springs, Count} of Dade, State of Plot Ida. i be assessment ..f said propi 11 under the said ci rtlficate "aIn n.-name pf; Kermlt G. Tlndell. I'nl-ss said certificate ahall be re.1. in. .1 i rdlng to law, the property described ierein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House iloor on the fust Monda) In the month oi February, 1*4, which is the 3rd day of Fi Uruat %  -. 1964. Dated iliis 31st day --i 1968. i: B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit court, Dade County, Flori i II; I! M. DEEPER, 1 ii put) Clerk 1 3-10 I", : •h i, or Hie same HII !• l>au..l lie tell at Miami. Florida, tins d) ol January-, A D. 1M4. MONROE REESE As Executor First publication ol this notice on the i "tii da) of Januarj. 1964, KOVNKR a MANNHBIMER Attoi ney for Exi i utor a ui i Pluaa Center ) ,„,-.._.,.., NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW '-' i It i. IS HEREBY %  ;i\ EN thai • i slum il, di H in-: i" engaai In n.l. | the i ii .lions II. nil, • of IA.MI HAL REFINISHINU nl 139 !• 1st SI .Mi. MI tl lids to regId name v. nli the I 'Ii rh "f the • iurt >l Dadi County, Flor11 SCAR KAR2U I 1/17-24-31, 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that ,i,. undersigned, di siring to engagi ii buslm-sa under the fictitious name o HOND STREET BARBER SHOP at 534 Biscayue Blvd., Miami, tends %  • register said name Clerk % %  < the Circuit Court Count). l lorlda. Fla., Mitt eh the of Dade 1..W1D ROSE 1 10-17• THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE No. 60336-A i: 1 Estat GENIEVK tiCSSIE McCORMICK I ... aaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ml i'i. illtors and All Persona v 1 1 ''aims ..r Demands Against "Id Latate: 1 an hereby notified and re.'.'1 to present an) claims and dein i Ich you ma> i hnvi igalnst estate of GENIEVK Gl'SSIE '"K.MII'K. deceased late of Dade "mil. Florida, to the Count) Judges County, and iii. the same at I as provided In Hec' %  %  %  %  %  16, Florida Bta lutes, In their In the Count) Courthouse In 'ounty, Florida, within six cal1 '•'• %  months from the n f tin' -' imblicatlon hereof, or the same I'" I" barred. ""leil .M Miami. I lorlda, thtfl '.'Hi ol Jan la y, AIL 1964 CDAI'DE M BARNES Aa Bxecutor of the Estate ol Mi.\ .i; ii——i Met 'ormlck •AI-DE M. BARNES Itorney for Executor '"aliinui lluildiiii; laml, 13, Florida l. i7-:'i-.;i-:' I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 21 ELLIS W. CAR1UN, Plaintiff, ELAINE A. CARRIN, Defendant. „-SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Elaine A. Can In i; i' D. \\ eat Pawl, t, Vermont You. Elaine A. Carrln, are hereO) notified that a Rill of Complaint for Divorce lias been fil-'l against you, and you are req llred tp serve a cops of vour Answer ot Pleading to tne Bill of Complaint on the Plalntlfl a attorney, Stanle) E. aoodman. NI N W H Street. Miami. Florida •* %  and file the original Answer or 11""*" i, 1M i„ the oifk-.ot the ( lerk of the Circuit Court on or before the lJti day "f February, i'-'4. If you fall to do so. judgment b) default IM <> %  mk.-ii against you for the relief itemand.d III the Bill of Complaint. This notice shall be published once each • ek lor fo ir onsi i atl\ e wi • K in THE JEWISH FLORIHI VN. DONE VND ORDERED -.i Miami, Plorlda, tin-mi day of Januar) A.D. iH I.I: VTHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade i 'ount) I is,., U B) : E. E. GRCUB, |>eput< t i. • STANLEY E. GOODM VN 268a NAt 62 Sir. et Miami, Plot Ida Attorney for Plaintiff | w 17 24 .„ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 — Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21246 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder of City of Homestead Tax SabCertificates numl.r-r.il :t-TlH and :t<717 issued the -ml day -f Jnn.-. A.D. l58. has riled same in my ifflce, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Paid certificates emhraee the fnllowiiiK di-si-rlli.-d property, In the i'ounty of Dade. State of Florida, to-wit: Lot :'. Block 5 t-'i.ads Adiln. No. I., Plal it."-k rt Paw ''-'• Section 18 Township 'i7 South. Il.im.'" 18 Basl in tinCitv of Horn.stead, County of Dade, Btare of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. S*71. The assessment of said property under th.sai.t certificate Issued was in the n.line of unknown. Lot i Block %  Fread'a Addn, No. iTin Honk ii Page i v -'. Section 11 Township 57 South, Range IS haai in the Cit) of ii.iin. si. ad, Count) ,,f Dade, State ol Florida, as embraced in Certificate No. 18711. rhe in. ni of said property under tinsaid certificate i.-sii.d "as in tiu name of unknown. Unless said oertlfloates shall be redeemed according to law, the propPi iv di %  %  i Ibed herein ill be sold to the highest bidder ii the Court House door on the fnsl Monday in the iimnth ,.f February, A.D. 1914, which la the Ird day of February, A.D IM4. Dated thla list day of December, B. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida ... .,., By: It M DEEI'ER. Deput) CU-rk 1 3-10-17-84 NOTICE TO Tn AH Creditors 11,, \ niu Claims or Said Kstnte; You are hi n b) notified and required to present any claims and demands which you mave have against of MORRIS R BRILUANT deceased tate of Dadi County. Florida, to the County Judgi %  ol I ade County, and file the same In duplicate and as providud In Section 73S.16, Plorlda Statutes, in their offices In tin Count) Courthouse hi Dadi County, Florida, within six calendar months from tintime of the tu-i publication hereof, ot the same will be barred. Dated at Miami, Florida, thll 13th tla) oi January, A.D. i4. JENNIE r:. BRILUANT As Executrix First publication of tins notlee oa ill. 17th da) of January, 1964. MILTON A. FRIED \ i. rue) for Executrix 36 N.E. -1st Street, Miami 87 I 17-24-31-2 7 I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 64C MS PALMIRO DE LA TORRE, Plaintiff, ,li ANA DE LA TORRE, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Juanii de la Torre Resldeni I'nknow n You. J liana de la Torre, are hi r< b) noiii'i.-d thai a Bill of complaint loi Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required lo serve a copy of your Answer or Pleading t1 Ihe BUI of 'omplalnt on the plaintiffs Attorney, Mann-I ZaJac, 802 Biscayne B illdliut, Miami, Florida 331 10, and fil. (he original Answer "i Pleading In the offlci of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Conn on or before the IMII day of February, l64. n you fall to do so, Judgment by default ill be taken against you lor the rellel demanded in the BUI of Complaint. This notice shall lpublished once each week lor four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN DONE AND ORDERED al Miami, Florida, thla 15th da) ol Ja A.D. 1964 i; i: LBATHERMAN, Clerk. i iieuii Conn. Dade Count). Plo Ida B) : K. M LYMAN Deput) Clel k MANUEL ZAIAC 302 Blsc iv inItiilldini; Ml. inn. Floi Ida Attorne) for Plaintiff NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA.21250 NOTICE IS HEREHY on EN 11 %  t S'athaniel W. Slegi I, holder of I "I ,.i Miami Lien Sale Certificates nu l.er.d I67i, 169, 737 and S>67, Issued 6th day ol %  fill I same In my office, and lias mad.a;>lilloatlnn for a tax deed u. ... Issued thei eon. s .id certificates embrai the following described property, in the Counts ol Dade, State ol Florida, t. -\\ 11: j Lot IS .Block 2, Ta) lor'n Subdli If plal Book -i Page IS In the City of Miami, county of Dade, State of Plorlda, as embraced In Certificate N... It". The assessment ..i said property under the said certl issued "as Ml the Maine .if I'lilanown. Lot 17 Block :' Taylor's Subdivision. Plal Book -'l Pag u". In the City of Miami, County of Dade, state ol Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 169. The assessment of said property under the said certifl in the name of I'nhtauud was known. Lot IS Block Amended, Plat I 17-24 e NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941 FILE NO. AA-21256 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that II. Meyer holder of City of Miami Lien sale Certificate No, 617 isaued the ittli day of Jnn.. A.D. I960, has filed same In my office, and has mad.application for a tax deed fo I"Issued thereon Said Certificate embraces the following described property In the Count) of p.ole. siate oi Florida, toLot l I l'.'oek :' S ilidivision of lilt' Dale Mlllei Tract Addition Number i m. Plal Book Page To In the City of Miami, County of Dade, State of l-loi iila. The assessment of said property until., -ai.i certificate was in the .a I'nknow n. .. aaid certificate Bhall be re:... nn d ai i nrdlng to taw, thi uroi r tj ,|, -,rr.. .1 hi : • 'i w Hi be sold to ill, lush, st l.id.i r at the Ooui i House ,; ...i the fit i Monda) In I hi month o| F I'tu iry, 1964, w hit h Is da) -J i < brua ry, 1 '" %  I i day ..f Deoi tuber, B. 1! LEA THKIIM AX. C lilt I '..ui i, 1 Lid.Count;. iloi Ida ...... i B) R M LEEPER, I leputy ci.-rk I M. ; name t'ni, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 6084&-A IX RE L-i.it.of JACK \\ PERSOFF, a k a JACOB WILLIAM PERSOFF Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Cn dltors and All Persons IL.vIng claims or Demands Against Said Eatati You are hereby notified and ivqulred to preaent any claims and demands Iii, Ii ) on may have the estate of JACK VV, PERSOFF, a k i JACI IB WILLIAM PERSOFF deceased lute ol Dadi County, Florida, lo 'he County Judges ol County, and file ill. aanii n duplicate and as provided in s. lion 7S3.16, PI i Ids b'tal utes, In I hi ii offices In tin County • 'ourthousi n %  idi Co in ; \. l lorlda, w i i hi II six calendar months i puhlii-ution 1 i. or the -.nn.w ill I..hai n il I lati .1 ai Miami, I'i. -i Ida, lln101 Ii da) oi I'. .•• nhi r, \ I • KTIIEL PERSi IFF \i:\. .ii| i ,v 0 rund w-rg tttuM 1 V id tin Ii ; !u 1 .'.-ln-17 14 Erickson's Addition i'.ook B Page x n the City of Miami, County of Dade, Htate of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 7;t7. The aasessment of said property under the said certificate issued was in the namesof Richard & Dorothy Allen. Lots 8, 9, Block 135, Miami North A. L, Knowlton's Plat, Plat Book B Page ti in the Cit) of Miami, Cuutit v of l lade, Si ite ol r loi Ida, aa • n • i in Certificate No, 867. The in. nt ol said pi operty under the said certificate Issued was 1 he name of l 'nknou n I'nless aaid certificates shall be redeemed according lo taw, the property ilesi id., d herein a iii be sold to Ihi highest bidder at the Court House r in the first Monday in the month of February, A.D. 1964, which the 3rd day of February, A.D. 196 %  l luted this ::-i da) of Deo i: B IJ5ATHERMAN. Clerk i.l i.-ide i 'ount). 1Ii %  seal) B) R M LEEPER, P mty CI, i k 1/3-1 OJI IN THE COUNTY JUDOES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61440-A IN RE: Estate of Pllll.l.ir A WAND II... I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ind All Persons Ha' Ins Claims oi Demands Agalnat ba ite: You are hi reh) notified and t quired to present an) claims and demands which you ma) have against the estate of I'I 11 l.l.ll' A. WAND deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Count) Judges ol Dade County. and file ill. same in dupllcati and • provided In Section 7':': it>. Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in i'.ol. County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication heri %  of, or the sain.u ill be ban ed. Dated al Miami, Florida, this I day of Di-cember, A.D. 1^ii:l. T HELM A A WAND As Exi cutrix First publication of this notice on the 3rd day of .l.itlll.ii J 196 I ] KOVNKR ,v MANNHEIMER i Vtti rne) ioi i:\utrlx i,.', i I ; '" Duponl llas.1 d ulei I 'Hill \|, .... fl. Ml. III, i Ida NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is IH.I.'I.LY GIVEN that loi Big di -.i inu lo engagi In liusniess ui ilous m "i HANSEN LI M '' \ rii IXAI. Ml sic al 1842 Wi -i A .1; in Beach Intenda p with Ihe ciei \ ••I tile I il .u.l I ...Il | ..| I l.ole Florida CM \S il II \XSKX Ml SICl UtP a X ^ i oi p I, :-l"-17-.i



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Page &C + k*ist fkridian Friday. January 24, j^. ". T. because I thought it was part of my religious obligation. "...because we wanted to be together always." \\ > ...well, my wife k is sort of helpless about something like that." "I handle the business in my family." a a ^...because I didn't want my wife to have the burden." •*" •• Vi... ..because I wouldn't want my wife to overspend, just because she wanted to do right by me. u b ecause saw what Sarah went through." i r f ff We always make our decisions as a family." "This may sound funny but I found it was a good investment. •>•> There are many ways of looking at it Some see it one way. Some another. But at many cemeBsiassaRsssiissS Miami's Most Beautiful Exclusively Jewish Cemetery AND r i i i 1mfoy\ MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY 5505 N.W. 3rd Street, Miami. Florida IW Mnd mt Wlthout ob|ij?ation fu „ inl oflllat; „ n on Family BuriaJ Ertat* Jn Mount Nebo< NAME.. COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM & 5505 Northwest 3rd Street r>u Phone MO 1-7693 ADDRESS. CITY... ZONE.. ..STATE.


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"cJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volur.e 37 Number 4
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 24, 1964
Three Sections Price 20c
Arabs End Talk
Without Tactic
To Halt Project
' -INGTON A. mid swirlinq snow-flakes,
c- :-directors of B'nni B'rith Hillel Founda-
-.ake time out from their annual staff con-
hands folded), placed a spray of flowers on
the qrcve. O'hers In enclosure are Rabbi
irom men cmnuui sum con- Hcrry Kaplan, Hillel director at Ohio Stale and
e to pay tribute to the memory of Pros- chairman of the staff conference, and Dr. Louis
Kennedy at his qrave in Arlington Na- Gottscha'.k of Chicago, national chairman of
ticnc. Cemetery. Army officer on duty salutes the Hillel commission.
after -abbi Benjamin M. Kahn (foreground,
Israel's Security Will
US Warns Pro Arab
be Defended,
Confab Here
Eshkol Cautions Against
Interference in Water Plan
WASHINGTON (JTA) It is
part of United States polics in
the Middle East to "insure the se-
curity and integrity" of the indi-
ISRAEL CABINET
STUDIES SUMMIT PACE 8-A
LONDON (JTA) The five-
day Arab League summit confer-
ence in Cairo endel without an
official communique on plans to
counter Israel's projected Jordan
Kiver diversion for a buge Nege\
irrigation project.
The 13 rulers at the conference
agreed to meet again in Alexan-
dria. The five days had been de-
voted to patching up internal
Arab differences and to study of
plans to divert tributaries of the
Jordan River and thus cut sharp
ly water from that river now
available to Israel.
The Arab rulers were under-
stood to have approved a reso-
lution denouncing Israel as a
"colonialist" state "guilty of ag-
gression." It was presumed this
policy stand would be disclosed
in a formal communique later.
GETS ASSIST
Egyptian Pilot
Flees in Plane
To Israel Base
TEL AVIV(JTA)An Egyptian
air force captain Sunday landed
In- airplane at an Israeli airfield.
and asked for asylum. He turned
his aircraft over to the Israeli au-
thorities. The pilot. Capt Mll-
liamed Abbas llilmi. was flying a
i iston-engined YAK-II.
Egyptian army planes fried to
intercept llilmi Buf the Egyptian
interceptors fled back to their own
territory when Israeli Air Force
lighter planes rose to protect
The apparent long-range policy ,, am, (.^.((n mm ,o y g>fe
vidual states of the area-includ- developed at the conlerence was ,.in(Iin an ,sraeli ajrbase
ins Israel." This was made clear to avoid any action on the Jordan
Monday by Deputy Under Secre- River situation which might lead This was the first mslanee of an
...r> of siate Alexis Johnson in lo armed conflict with Israel and Egypnan pilot surrendering vol-
a peech before a conference of
.IK:.' SALEM (JTA) Prime He pledged that Israel would -pro
'!:-; Levi Eshkol Monday night lect all lunate
benoui I the Arab plan to di
Kit Jordan River headquarters
bnd tr itaries in order to inter-
fere with Israel's project tor draw
ing ii- rightful share oi tne Jor-
Ban waters through Lake Tiberias
the northern Negev.
the Citizen- Coniiinttee on Anicr
ican Policy in tiie Near Easta
pro-Arab group of Americans,
many of whom are also active in
the anti-Israel Friends of the
Middle East."
Though Israel's Jordan irriga-
tion project was among the main
Continued on Page 11 A
untarily. together with his ship, to
Israeli authorities,
Meanwhile, Israel's Water Plan
ning Authority, Tahal. reported
thai Israel expects to starl test
pumping of its national water pro-
ject, for irrigation purposes, in
the near future, and to begin full topics discussed at the confer
operation ol the Tiberias Negev ,,IU.C u,- Johnson abstained from
water lines by the beginning of mentioning this subject altogeth
Addressing the Knesset. Israel's lhe summer ol 1965. The officials ir His speech was awaited with
:it. Eshkol said that the .-aid that te-t pumping was nee considerable Interest, since it was
rab : .;n for water diversion is cssary in order to try out various the first major address on thi
Highest
General
Ranking
Fired by
Jewish
Soviets
fnothii less than aggression." pressure pipes and valves
Civil Liberties Union Explains
Defense of American Rowdies
Middle
s.on became President.
PARIS i JTA i General of
the Army Jacob Kreizer. com
leaner of all Soviet forces in the
far East, and the highest rank
, ,;,,,;-;,;;;;. ing Jew in the Red Army has
been removed Irom his post, ac-
cording to dispatches from Mos
Ambassadors Of Arab countries cow received hero this week,
attended the conference and heard (;,.n Kreizer. who holds some
the State Department official warn 0j lne highest Red Army decora
that the de-ire of the United States tjons< including the medal oi Hero
to avoid taking sides in regional ,,i tlu< Soviet Union, was the last
disputes "does not mean that we ,,| ;, number of Jewish officers
vill stand idly by if aggression folding senior rank in the Red
|LOS .'.(IF.l.F.S (JTA Of-
. the American Civil Lib-
Mies | nion asserted this week
liit their efforts to obtain a new
|ial for five American Nazi par-
rs convicted on charges
i i irai y and assault, con-
irned only the issue Of freedom
speec h.
The officials made the comment
seeking to correct what they
^rmed erroneous press reporting
thi ACLU intervention in the
-e The live Nazis were arrest-
*l when they created a scene at an
krael Independence Day rally
ere. The officials specifically
bnied I report that AC'Ll' attorn
fcs, in ..-king for a new trial, eon
ended that the Nazis had the
right tr, --agitate and provoke" a
rowd attending the shrine Audi
Wium rally
"The facts of the matter are
hat the ACLU took no position
on the guilt or innocense of l\l
defendants in filing a brief pro-
testing the constitutionality of
Judge Herbert Walker's instruc-
tions to Ihe jury," the officials
said. They added that the in-
structions included the state-
ment that disturbance of peace
Included "the offense of dis-
turbing public peace or tranquil-
ity by any act or conduct incit-
ing to violence or ?ending to pro-
voke or incite others to break
the peace" or "by any act like-
ly to produce violence."
The AC'Ll' officials said that if
is committed "'
The conference, attended by
about 30 Americans, adopted a
Continued on Pa.ge 5-A
Soviet authorities have fre-
quently cited Gen. Kreizer in
the past as "proof" that there
was no official anti-Semitism in
the USSR. Two years ago, an-
other Soviet Jewish officer, Gen.
Dragounsky, said that Gen.
Kreizer, while "not an Orthodox
Jew," was "a traditionally mind-
ed Jew who tries, whenever pos-
sible, to attend religious ser-
vices during the High Holy
Days."
Gen. Dragounsk) also said that
Gen Kreizer's daughter had mar-
Arm) The reports stated that he
has been replaced by another ol-
licer, but it is not known whether ried a Jew. and that her children
he has been assigned to another
post. Continued on Page 12-A
REFUSE TO OFFER TESTIMONY
Former Nazis Defy Frankfurt Trial
ONLY SMAU FISH' .
FIRST TO ADMIT GUIIT
PAGE 6-A
. PAGE 10 A
to testifv He stood rigidly at at-
I tent ion as he uttered this defiance.
Then, clicking his heels, and
FRANKFIRT (JTA) Two looked on in apparent helplessness executing a smart, military about-
Ihe Nazis~could be convicted un Nazi defendants refused Monday as two of the accused challenged face, he marched back to his -eat
der such instructions to a jury t testify, and a third denied ever the court.
then "the rights of any person or |iaving committed the atrocities of Oswald Kaduk. 57 year-old for-
croup to engage in peaceful dem- which he is accuse.'. as the trial mer butcher, came to the witness
..nstrations would be jeopardized. 0f 22 former Auschwitz guard-, stand when summoned by Justice
"Thfc could include civil rights officers and medical personnel Ilofmeyer and. in a clipped, sharp
demonstrators, union pickets and went into it- thud week here. Pre-' voice told the court. "I want to
,11 St'calor religious speakers." siding Justice liana llofmcye. make use ol my right to decline
in the defense section of Frank-
tort's City Hall, where the mara-
thon proceedings are being held
The court had no better luck
with Franz Hoffmann, another of
Continued on Page 3-A


Page 2-A
+Jeistrhrknar
Friday. January 24. \%^
'PolShowsNaziParty WouldDo Well
William S. Cutchins (left), president of Brown and Williamson
Tobacco Corp., receives a human relations plaque from Judge
Joseph M. Proskauer (right), former president and currently
honorary president of the American Jewish Committee. Look-
ng on is Sen. Thruston B. Morton (R.-Ky.). who was prin-
cipal speaker at the dinner at the New Yoik Hilton Hotel.
Cutchins was cited by the American Jewish Committee for
'outstanding leadership as a business executive and unsel-
:ish service to the community."
Choir Active At Beth Torah
NEW YORK (JTA) Only 34
per cent of West Germans would
-do everything in my power to
prevent-- the ascendance of a new
Nazi Party, according to a poll
taken among Germans by the Al-
lensbath Institute of Demography.'
Results of the poll were made
public here by the World Jewish
Congress.
To a question readme. *""
ing a new Nazi Party would try
to come to power, wiiat vu.. a w>
your attitude." 29 per cent an-
swered they would be against it.
but do nothing specific; 18 per
cent said it would make no differ-
ence to them: five per cent said
Ihev would favor it. but do nothing
specific: and two per cent said
Ihev would support such a new
' party. Thirty-four per cent said
theiy would oppose such a party;
12 per cent made no reply.
In response to another question.
S3 per cent sail Germany was
really responsible for the out-
break of World War 11. Asked the
reason for Germany's defeat. 40
per cent thought it was Germany's
weakness and the strength ot "th!
enemy;- IS P^ cent
treason;' sabotage:- nine per
cent attributed Germany's defeat
,o -wrong leadership and poll
cies:" and 11 per cent blamed Hit
'"on the other hand. 33 per cent
of those queried thotighl that
without defeat in the war, HI
ier would have become one of the
Greatest G e r m a n statesmen.
When it came to ranking past
leaders who had (lore most for
blamed Germany. 28 per cent placed ev
ChanceHor KonraffAdenaikr twM.
21 per cent named Bismarck; ami
only five per cent named TTilW
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
led the junior choir of Beth
Torah Religious School under the
i irection of Mrs. Berta Barnett in
a musical program for residents
n( >*- "-m-uI ^.i-xles Nurin8 Home
M Sunday at 2 p.m. Also parti-
tijtauuf ..a- binuma Segal, Beth
Torah student, an outstanding
young pianist.
Program is part of the commun-
ity services activities of the
School. In December, the choir
;".nd the Cantor appeared at the
Jewish Home for the Aged, to-
gether with students of the fifth
^rade who also participated in a
I rogram over TV Ch. 2. "Living
Hebrew."
On Sunday morning, members
of the Religious School TNT Club,
directed by Irving Kuttler, were
hosts to students from Temple
Beth Sholcm of Hollywood for a
oint service, breakfast and debate
in Resolved: The Synagogue Ser-
vice Should be Conducted in the
Sfardic (Israeli Pronunciation."
Honored at the service was
Allan Binder who celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torah the
previous Saturday. ,
On Tuesday afternoon, the Con-
firmation Class, under the leader-
ship of Mrs. Irving Seidel. made
its annual synagogue trip, visiting
Temple Israel of Miami. Re-
form, where Cantor Jacob Bern-
stein conducted a tour of the
facilities, and then Beth El Con-
gregation, where Rabbi Solomon
Schiff explained unique features
of the Orthodox synagogue.
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Former Auschwitz Guards Defy Frankfurt Court

Taking a breather from his
busy daily schedule to en-
;oy a leisurely lunch at
Chandlers Restaurant, Miami
Beach Mayor Melvin J. Rich-
ard (right) is welcomed by
Chandler's owner, Lou Rub-
in.
, he acCUCtd, who had preceded
Raduk in the witness stand. He
had been on the stand at the
last session Friday, when he
brcke cown and wept, as he de-
nied charges of murdering
Auschwitz inmates. Justice
Hofmeyer told him Monday: "It
seems yew withheld the truth in
your te'timonv. You weren't
very truthful.
Hoffman, who is already serv-i
ing a life term after having been
convicted in Munich of atrocities
at the Dachau concentration
camp, yelled back at the court:
'Always it's Hoffman; 1 am to
blame for everything. If this
.-.tarts all over again, I won't say:
anything any more." Justice Hof-
meyer sighed, and told the man
to go back to his seat."
Kaduk was indicted for the
murder of 1.200 Auschwitz vic-
tims, and accused of choking
many to death through a special
device which he had invented.
The overall denial at Monday's
session came trom the third de-
fendant called to the stand. 44
yeai old Stefan Baretzki. When
(he prosecutor accused him of
having developed "a special blow"
with which to kill AtfstTnvitz' in-
mates, he replied: "I don't know
what to say to that allegation. I
i-ever used a so-caiiea 'special
blow'." He admitted that at
times he did strike "unruly in-
mates." hut he had only slapped
them lightly in the face, he main-
tained.
In reply to another charge,
which specified that he had par-
JWV Post Will
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Daniel Neal Heller. National
Commander. Jewish War Veterans,
;"!'S.A., will be guest speaker at
-. g member-hip' breakfast of Not-
~4nan Bruce Brown Post on Sunday
morning, according to announce-
ment by Post Commander Kaiph
etOKtfSky.
Affair is being held at the Gold-
en Fountain Restaurant, 2235 W.
Klagler St., at 10 a.m.
Other guests include regional
9 JWV Commander Ralph Gross
man and Department of Florida
Commander Emanucl Mandel.
As part of its community service
program, the post is presenting
color slides and tape recordings
on George Lincoln Rockwell and
bis American Nazi Party, with nar-
ration by Department Senior Vice
Commander Ainslec Ferdie. Pro-
gram was presented Tuesday eve-
ning at Pythian Hall.
Foreign Film
Series Slated
A series of three award-win-
: films W ill be present
ed by the North Count) VMHA
A; ult Cinema club in January,
I ebruary and March, it was an-
nounced by Mrs, David Vunover,
club chairman
The first showing was held
on Sunday evening, Jan. 12. 8:lo
p.m., and featured the half-
documentary and hall fantasy pro-
duction of "The Savage Fye,";
which received the Venice Film
Ke-tival Award in 1959.
On Sunday, Feb. 23. will be
shown "The Crucible," Arthur
Miller's explosive drama, adapted
lor the screen by Jean-Paul Sartre
and starring Yves Montand, Si-
mone Signoret, Mylene Demon-
geot and Raymond Rouleau.
On Sunday. Mar. 15. Satyajit
Ray's production of "The World
of Apu," winner of many national
awards, is scheduled.
Following each of the showings,
there will be a discussion period,
and coffee will be served. All
films will be shown in the air-
conditioned Washington Federal
Auditorium. C99 NE 167th St.
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Friday, January 24 1364
ON THE SPEAKER'S plat-
form, Dr. Judah Shapiru,-
secretary of the Nations)"
Foundation of Jewish Culture,
is like a piece, of chamber
music There are no hysten-
cal outbursts to be heard that
can make ponderous romantic
-yrrffmonies seem profound.
Neither are there perfirmci v
postures to be seen for the sake
of visual drama. Dr. Shapiro
these things- it is the eloquence of form anil
eloquence rises SDOve u te a composition of eminently edu-
matter, both integn. '^f ,0 sav emerges in the kind of rim-
cated Mgnificance. wo structure of intellectual
it.^r'nXuvcK'Slnnated and reintegrated into pattern
thought pcrceptn
The Crisis Stilled
There can be no greater testa-
ment of faith in the ability of Is-
rael to defend herself against ag-
gression than the Arab League
"summit" conference that closed
in Cairo without any conclusive
plan to halt Israel's implementa-
tion of her national water project.
The meeting itself was a ges-
ture, even if a precedent-breaking
one, for it brought together many
Arab leaders who despised each
other, some who hadn't met or
spoken in years, and a few open-
ly dedicated to the political if not
outright assassination of their less
illustrious colleagues.
Although, as could be easily
anticipated, the "summit" was
marked by much sound and little
fury, this hardly meant that it
might not have emerged with
some absurd and therefore dan-
gerous plan to put a halt to Is-
rael's determined effort to bring
water to her parched southern
regions.
It is difficult precisely at the
moment to determine just how
effective the Moscow warning to
the Arabs was in deterring the
development of some reckless de-
cision however unhappily the warning may
have been worded in preposterously anti-Israel
terms.
Neither will it be clear for sometime to
what extent the American warning helped stay -
the hand of Nasser's ambition. Nevertheless,
at least for now, the crisis is stilled. But Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol's announcement Sunday
that Israel intends moving ahead as scheduled
hardly means that it is over.
*
A Turn of Events?
The State Department official's words be-
fore a pro-Arab conference of Americans in
Washington this week are unique. They rep-
resent a dramatic turn of events in U.S. for-
eign policy with respect to the Middle East.
All along, government spokesmen have
been assuring us of our nation's unremitting
commitment to the safety and security of the
State of Israel.
But even in the heyday of the Kennedy
Administration, it was always a hush-hush
thing tempered by the repeated proviso that
no one can really talk about it for fear of
offending the Arabs. The consequence of such
attitudes inevitably was that it is unrealistic to
have faith in the commitment and that the
Arabs themselves, least of all, can be expected
to be deterred by any belief in it.
The statement this week was not only an
unmistakeably worded one. It was also spoken
loud and clear and in the camp of those least
willing to hear it.
We welcome the administration's strength
of purpose in the moment of what was a gen-
uine Middle East crisis.
'r rhlXr m"" c is all of these things, the stripping away of
Chamber ^music is ^^ >e8the(lc experience
the no.se of music_for e$ tfce same |he
that BltlSic ought o ho I r. the ker ^ ^ ,ke
systematic refine men. o t of ex r ^
i ffiitSToi jStfSS L he DiLido Hotel was a S2
in point.
recognize the Communist deception which in-
volves pointing the finger of bigotry at others.
Increasingly, Russian charges of anti-Semitism
in America do less and less to mitigate the
conditions of clear cultural attrition under
which Soviet Jews are forced to live today.
The late President Kenedy, in his last ad-
dress before the United Nations, spoke elo-
quently of the need to respect the religious and
cultural rights of peoples throughout the world,
among others referring specifically to the Jews
of the Soviet Union. In the process, he was
frank to remark upon and assess our own fail-
ings in *he U.S. toward the Negro minority.
The temper of the times is changing. The
Soviets can no longer easily charge "you too."
Whatever our nation's own weaknesses con-
cerning the rights of American Jewry, these
hardly affect Moscow's planned campaign to
destroy the Jewish cultural heritage behind the
Iron Curtain.
The Soviet Union Sweats
The more the Soviet Union is put on the
griddle with respect to the diminishing cultural
rights of Jews living behind the Iron Curtain,
the greater are the possibilities of some dra-
matic change during the years ahead.
The present United Nations report., which
made Moscow far from happy, does much to
repudiate the repeated excuses of the Kremlin
masters so far as the unhappy lot of Soviet
Jewry is concerned.
Increasingly, the world is beginning to
Rabbis Pledge Support
The Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
letter this week congratulating the appointment
of Dr. Irving Lehrman as chairman of the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal is a praisewor'hy
one.
It takes pride in the naming of a spiritual
leader and one of its members as head of our
community's major, unified, annual philan-
thropic campaign for a variety of welfare
needs.
It suggests that, in effect, whom better can
Greater Miami choose than a spiritual leader
for so high a spiritual purpose.
It offers Dr. Lehrman the pledged support
of our community's rabbinate in the launchinq
and completion of a vigorous and successful
campaign.
It pays tribute to the chairman's outstand-
ing capabilities both as a spiritual and qeneral
community leader that he is bringing to the
I. JJ* Gre,a,e';NJimi Rabbinical Association
is to be applauded for reflecting such a unard
mous purpose, as well as its valued pledge of
assls,anCe to the 1964 CJA campaign and 2
Dr. Lehrman, its chairman.
Thus what emerged in his presentation was a prescription for
weJroaction in our time ha could hardly be confused wtth an
I ccnuYs p.pc dream. Dr. Shap.ro started out by suggesting
hat the mos modern social agency programs are merely more
ODhisticated counterparts of the trad.t.onal Jewish approach to the
Ph Ian -Pic Process Speak of homes for the aged, and you w,
ea 1 to mind .bo "moshav zekanim" of far earlier Jewishi expen-
Cf
ence.
to family service agenda dealing with children ot
unwed mothers or orphan-, and you must dust off the "bet yesom
im" ot former days.
-:-
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P0UKUA1I0N Of WtUAKl INTERESTS
THINK Dr Shapiro urged, of such relatively new concepts 1
cation as the scholarship to assist the community toward the
achievement of heightened intellectual standards, and the vtrtualls
ghetto custom of 'essen oif leg" emerges in all its significant pur-
pose when the veshiva student was (reed from the concern over
how he would teed himself and could thus concentrate mor ) fully
on his primary learning goals.
We have come a long way since then. Dr. Shapiro said, to Ihe
point where the specialization process, which is so symptomatic ol
the era. polarizes our interests and philanthropic allegiance-
Hence, many of us lend to concentrate on the programs of pel
agencies, and wc readily label cur-elves as hospital, family ser-
vice, aged home or community center people. "But per. i the
day." Dr. Shapiro warned, -when .lews will begin to think >f the
particular service with which they are dealing as the total com-
munity."
This was a salient warning for Miami, which suffers hugely
from the syndrome he described: an overwhelmingly egotistical
view of communal philanthropic need, which has developed no alone
because there are those whose welfare orientation is narrow or
partisan, but also because it can prove cheaper in terms of Ultimate
campaign commitment.
For this reason, if for no other. Dr. Shapiro said, the kind ol
meeting he addressed here last week was profoundly significant, gj
what it did was to bring together a variety of agency allowances
at least for a while to reintegrate the philanthropically fragmented
community and to demonstrate oneo more that the community as
a whole i>, alter all, the paramount issue in any welfare endeavor.
f
W PROCESS Of SEIE-EDUCATION
l-DUCATION AND culture oriented. Dr. Shapiro shifted h:- local
* view of Jewish organizational programs to span the horizon of
world need. In this regard, he warned that "there will be no auto-
matic transmission her.- from Ihe Jews of Israel." The observation
wa- a provocative one because it suggested a change in the pre-
viously prevalent beliel thai the American Jewish community is
the pivotal stopgap between a dessimatcd European Jewry tad
infant Israel with a long road to Havel toward mature Itural
achievement.
Hence, in Dr c the mantle has already
from ii- abroad because Israel's cultural maturity is near b ng -i
I don't know ii h, ,. even partially correct in hi> it
or. indeed, il Dr apiro would agree with this formulation >l i -
1 : herenl in the character of I-
' should b. destined to bear the awesome rhalica
0' total Jewisl eperience. Certainly. American Jews
holocaust, demonstrated a remark!
'" hi Ihe an..... yeshiva education, where
presumably onci reme, .._
' sn't really matter. I-<.r what Dr (
intended when he referred to automatic transmission was to '
impelling necessity for the steady accretion of recrptmr here
n America. Tin- ,- t0 uy: U1. are I() expec, relate culturally
" Uriel specifically and to Jews elsewhere throughout th* rorld
,:,rwe mus'ac,iw* -w p***** <-""
THE GATHCKING 0E NEW INEOffMATION
JHE SUBLETY OF hi.- chamber music stylo seemed here to reaco
rewUh ,,i !!"""" ''"' '" ,l,s original discussion of traditional
Jewish philanthropw perc< ption. Dr. Shap.ro placed education hiuh
work o w achievements predating the modern era of social
w,-i ,""S h'k'n" a rteD A"**, he referred tCfc-Jewish
K7rom8t,,ti?f pa,rticu,riy United Funds, whose lead, is
o erv T' hc' rt'P"rted. told him they learn much by
theb.1 f ,h T'T ',,Ulsh '<'-atl campaigns, prr/sumaWv in
In I no n '" h :'n bJ8t0ric ,ew"h coni""
''nn'Vo r itural'^r f m'<'p,,vit-v l knowledge. Or. Shipir.i
swers to ,,,., MKTience m terms of the summation of an-
ence VmfiSkZ % ^ VW ,nc millt,nia o ,ht',r ex^
l'v a n rte'olr ?1,,S,IOn^ and ,he answi'" deemed significant
;:-f>Xza,Krv''w'M'......
'mi' ;"-('s,(d- COmpeulng need to observe, to
reason and to c.ncl,idTnM 2f l;omP<'lllne need to observe io
cinaUng to the n sort of wr,l,en and oral responsa fa-
tooughoul his ,i- ;lTn7henn' TT ""! moved the Jew Cw,d
It is ,,,,, ",,; n.'he fl" ?! ovents about him.


Friday, January 24. 1964
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We'll Defend Israel, U.S. Asserts
PR. JOSEPH J. SCHWARTZ
SAMUEL ROTHBtRC
Launching of New Israel Bond Issue Will
9 Begin $85 Million Inaugural Drive for '64
Continud from Page 1 A
resolution calling on the U.S.
Government "to took the post-
ponement of Hie diversion (of
Jordan waters), pending the es-
tablishment of more favorable
conditions." However, even this
group admitted in its concluding
statement "that the Israelis
need the waters for the Negev
if there is ever to be a settle-
ment and development there, no
one can doubt."
Alexis Johnson, in his speech,
istcd "accommodation between
Israel and its Arab neighbors*" as
one of the objectives of Ameri-
can policy in the Middle East.
"We believe this is the only way
in which the area as a whole can
develop political stability, self-
sustained economic growth and.
thus, -trvje independence," he
said.
Jordanian Ambassador Saad
Juma. who also addressed the con
ference, claimed that the imple-
mentation of Israel's irrigation
project would result in the dis-
placement of 30,000 Arab farm-
trs.
Moshe Sharett, Israel's former
Prime Minister, now chairman of
t h e Jewish Agency executive,
said in Lonc'on meanwhile that
Syria and Lebanon are not in any
position to put diverted waters of
(he Jordan River to any practical
ue.
Addressing ceremonies there at
the opening of a new Young Poale
Zion center. Mr. Sharett said that
only Jordan and Israel could be
the beneficiaries of the three
streams which are the tributaries
of the Jordan River.
Recalling that the Jordan Riv.
er project, devised by the late
Eric Johnston, had been initiat-
ed by the President of the Unit-
ed States with the full knowl-
edge of the United Nations Sec-
retariat, Mr. Sharett pointed out
that Jordan was the first na-
tion to proceed wHl its imple-
mentation, and that Israel was
now engaged in the final stages
of the execution of its irrigation
project.
The measures for water diver-
sion discussed in Cairo, he declar-
ed, were not meant to safeguard
economic interests of any Arab
state. He charged that their sole
purpose w as to harm Israel by
crippling its agricultural develop-
ment.
Tbe 1364 campaign for State of
Israel Bond.- will be formally
launched the h eekend of Feb. 21
at an international inaugural con-
leretic** for Israel Bonds, it was
announced by Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president of the Is
rael bond Organization.
The confererce. springboard for
the flotation ot a new $400,000,000
third development issue of Israel
Bonds, will he held at the Fun-
taint tiieau Hotel here from Fri-
day, Feb. 21. through Sunday. Feb.
2:i
Dr. Schwartz announced the ac
reptaacc by Samuel Rothberg, oi
Peoria, 111 1964 national cam-
paign chairman and pioneer lead
ir in Israel Bonds, as national
chfli "nsn ot the inaugural confer
nice.
"The inaugural conference will
also mark the beginning of a
campeign throughout the free
worid that must result in the
sale of at least $85,000 000 in Is-
real Bends during 1964," Roth-
berg stated in outlining plans for
the : inference. "In addition, it
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Stupid
Affair
By MAX LERNER

We're Only the Small Fish/ Old Nazis Bubble
Paris.
Looking back at it. it was stupid all around, this affair of the
wo Hags in the Panama Canal Zone. It was stupid for the Ameri-
can authorities in the Zone to allow an American flag to fly alone
ver the B ;lboa High School when there was an agreement to have
>oth flags or none flown in the Zone and presumably none over the
-chdols. It was stupid that the American ambassador, recalled in
August, had not been replaced in January, and that there was there-
sore no American present with high civilian authority and a knowl-
dge of American policy.
On the Panamanian side it was stupid not to get effective Na-
tional Guard action in time, letting so much blood be spilled mean
vhile. And it whs stupid not to have on hand a political staff at a
Government radio station which could broadcast appeals to the people
mmediatcly. and point up how destructive and senseless the whole
pisode was.
Eventually the necessary action came, too late. A little war had
taken place complete with looting, burning, overturned cars, sniper
:ire. and counterfire by the American soldiers. President Johnson
howed his usual swiftness and decisiveness, but it should never have
)cen necessary to react to such an episode. The jet plane with a
State Department task force, which took off immediately for Panama
ity. was a triumph of up-to-date technology. But the mixture- of
eo colonialism, ur.prcparedne.-:- and blunder in the Canal Zone and
he State Department proper was historic.
ard refrain of Nazi war crimes
defendants was heard again at the
Auschwitz camp trial here when:
Franz Hofmann. a former SS Cip-|
tain, insisted in testimony that all
1 22 defendants were innocent.
-We arc only the little fish," the
137-year-old heating engineer as-
' serted. "The big shots in Berlin
were the ones who were really
guilty." He was the ninth defend-
ant to testily in the biggest Ger-
man war crimes trial since the
Nuremberg tribunals of 1946.
Because he was already under
-entence of life imprisonment by
a .Munich court for murdering two
inmates at the Dachau camp, the
prosecution expected him to testify
against other defendants on the
premise that he had nothing to
lose. But Hofmann carefully re-
trained from doing so.
He admitted being on the ar-
rival ramp at Birkenau several
times and helping to seiect in-
mates to be sent to the gas
chambers but for the most part,
he insisted, "my job consisted of
keeping peace and quiet in the
camp." He said that each day,
"the SS doctors would be told by
the camp commandant how many
of the new arrivals were to be
spared for work gangs and how
many were to be killed."
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The world Communist campRussian, Chinese, Cuban and the
est has had a field day. The thing started presumably with ai
rportaneous clash between American and Panamanian high school
;ids, A Panamanian Hag was brought in to be raised along with the1
American, there was an outcry that the Panamanian flag had been'
trampled underfoot, the cry spread to striking bus drivers and other'
. du-ts through the city, and the "trampled flag" set aflame the na-|
ionalist passions of Panamanians who have long been sensitive about
U.S. power.
There seems to be no evidence that the Communists stage-man-
gcci the lighting of the spark, letting the dry tinder catch flame, as
-ome American congressmen think. Certainly the Communists have
alien upon the episode eagerly. It comes at the right time for them
I nig anv ui me umsw
The European press has been playing the story of Tom Mann's 0ther 21 defendants.
ppointment to the top Latin American post as a sign that America<
.s turning its back on an ideological strategy in Latin America and!
eplacing it by a strategy of toughness. There is an awakening feel-,'Judge Hans Hotmcyer, Hofmann
ng of sympathy for Castro among many French intellectuals, just as' "t first denied, then admitted he
there is a growing championship of the Red Chinese as the only true ',afl personally sent 40 to 50 chil
revolutionaries. In Italy, this is also true of a big ultra-leftist chunk; dren, aged 6 to 12. to the gas
1 Nenni's Left Socialist Party, and the Panama episode comes as chambers. He also was charged
he dissidents are meeting to form a new party and overturn the
. loroNenni coalition government. There are other uses throughout
the world to which the propaganda will be put.
Asked to name the doctors who
worked on the platform. Hofmann
identified several, including Joset
Mengele. who has been reported
several times to be hiding in some
South American country. But Hof-
mann carefully avoided mention-'
ing any of the doctors among the
Under questioning by presiding
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"Soviets Stung by UN Report on Discrimination
A^hr^ron^d'^ucr on^cT 1? 558* ^ "MS *'* organizations and groups, serv.nce."
A tnree-pronnea atucK on bowel An ethnic- ltoud has thr nM t<> ... ..:.;. .._ i_i.. m____ ." __..
Zl it V,S,t ,hC H'y PlaCCS' l SCnd The WwW ^wish Congress sub-
was iiv duals" g ? a,s.,n-.;^P'-entat1veS and observers to mU^UOiJi Secretary General U
rent w" should he ahie t nmhiK u'lig,ousJconferenccs and f ThSffl' an appeal urgbig immediate
United Nation. Sub siS makes oriviE for T' T ,0 '"T "Prcs?nt-! action by the submission on a
Prevention of D,s- C\nS a^Zk t.ves, observers and v.s.tors from ,raft dcclaration again religious
_j i. 7 'd3uage scnoois lor that. religious organizations and groups ___ .____
nd Protection of ethnic group from denying Yid- in their own and other countries."--------------------------------------------------
discrimination against Jewish reli
t,ious rights "'and practices
launched this week at the curren
session of the United Nations Sub-
(omission on
riminatiOB and
MS'VhIL .Minn or Hebrew schools to Us Thus, under the latter clause, re-
irSUift TT ,'"; '" *K hC decUMd- "A Russians Jews could be in
n fKLin.! \ / a" Wh'Ch ,C:'n Permil "ali0nal an" ,0l,ch a8ain Wi,h JeW* reUgiOHB
k ,*I2&! k ? *. ISM"" ^"^l organizations of some organizations throughout the
''", if? 'V I ''' ,ns''"'' "l""C 81'''ps ,mM l"'r,n" ^c world, as well as have the right to
s-wami, I Man member of the sub same for others. A state which'visit Israel
. pmmisaMK a statement by Mor- permits recognized leaders 6f'
!'* B ^W"1, United States mem- every other group to travel abroad
her, impgfiig that Russia discnm- to conferences and Holy Places
mated affijnst Jens as an ethnic should not be able to deny that
croup; ..ml a statement filed with right to others. A state that tinds
the subcttmission secretariat by facilities to publish textual mat
Label Kfff. president of B'nai erials in the language and.tradi-
B'rith, oh behalf of B'nai B'rith tions of some group-;, should not
..nd the Iffcud of Deputies of Brit- he able to deny this ri^ht to any."
.-h Jews^a
ciscrimination. In submitting the
appeal, Dr. If. L. Perizweig, WJC
representative at tne UN, pointed
out that the General Assembly
had asked for such actions as far
back as 1962 and that at least two
years must elapse since that re-
quest, before the General Assem-
bly would be able to act on the
draft.
The official debate was center-
ed on a proposed UN convention
outlawing all form* of racial, as
distinct from religious, bias. Two
I Soviet bloc members Boris
Ivanov of Russia and Wojceich
Ketrxynski of Polandmade
strenuous efforts to maneuver
he debate in a way which would
condemn racism without men-
tioning religious discrimnation.
In the context of that effort,
Abrams cautioned the subcom-
mission that the proposed cove-
nant must outlaw both forms of
Dias.
He cited the Nazi specialization
in ethnic discrimination in which
ethnic groups were graded into a
system of values which provided
ihe basis for the genocide cam
paign in which millions were mur-
dered,
Abram had introduced a draft
declaration calling on all gov-
ments to guarantee every form
of religious right and practice to
all people throughout the world.
If adopted by the General As-
sembly, the draft would directly
affect Soviet Jews by guaran-
teeing to them ail the religious
rights which they are now de-
nied. These include the right to
have and use matzohs, to ob-
serve the Dietary Laws, to print
and distribute prayerbooks, to
make or buy prayershawls, to
keep open their synagogues, and
to hold regional and national re-
ligious conferences with Jewish
religious organizations outside
of Russia.
The declaration authorizes
freedom of writing, printing and
publishing religious books and
religious literature. It calls for
producing, importing, selling or
otherwise distributing religious
objects, "dietary foods," or oth-
er articles and facilities "custo-
marily used for worship or per-
formance of religious observ-
ances." Aiming directly at the
Soviet Union where all means of
production and distribution are
controlled by the Government,
the Declaration would make it
mandatory on such govern-
ments to aid religious groups to
obtain "objects, foods, articles
or facilities or the means of pro-
ducing or procuring them."
All persons of any religion
would have to be given, under the
Declaration, the freedom to "ob-
serve High Holy Days, religious
rites, ceremonies and burial cus-
toms prescribed by their religious
belief." Another clause in the
Declaration would give to all re-
: ligious believers "recourse to
Under the provisions of the De-: competent courts or other nation-
claration. all persons are to havc;i tribunals for the purpose of
Ihe rights to "teach the doctrines, seeking an effective remedy for
precepts, rites, traditions a n d; discrimination threatened or suf-
Then, obviously pointing at the sacred languages of their religious; icrt-d bv reason of religion or bc-
Soviet Union, Abram noted that belief in public or in private." ilcf
'.here were "some states where That clause would legalize the
laws forbid discrimination in the use of the Hebrew language for
religious purposes in the Soviet
... .. ... ,, i in public or in private, alone or in
All religious believers would; H ,. ,f *uJ ; .. -
i. .u u. j .u r> i : community with others, in wor-
have the right, under the Declara-; .. u. ___,: _j u
.- ., uii u ship, teaching, practice and ob-
tion. to "establish and maintain *[
houses of worship, religious schools
;;nd congregational, charitable and|
educational institutions for thej
lurtherance of religious purposes.".
They would also have the right
most forceful terms" but where
policies are carried on which
"may well have the effect of ob-
literating an ethnic group. Ethnic
"differences are absolutely depend
ent on language, schools, publica-
tions and other cultural institu
tions in order to survive. Cut an
ethnic tradition off from these,
.nnd it will die, however nourished
The Declaration states categor-
ically that "everyone shall be free
to manifest his religion and beliel
ihe body of the citizen is by food, to "communicate freely with their
clothing and shelter and however| coreligionists and with other re-,
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Friday. Jcr.uary 34, 1964
All Quiet at Armed Services
Center in Restive Canal Zone
Tf
By Special Report
BALBOA, Canal Zone RabW
The Center serves U.S. military
;.nrl civilian personnel in w Me a
and in addition has been a focal
point lor communal acti\i|ie$ in-
volving citizens ol the Rcribhc-of
Panama. It was pictured -* a re-
,,.nt postage stamp usued by Pan-
ama as one of a >i-ries of religious
edifices on the IsUtmos.
Despite tensions which ivc ex-
i.ird between Panama and >ie I' S.
Officers of the Student Congregation at Beth
Torih Religious School 19S3-B4 are shown
with Abraham J. Giltelscn, education director.
Lei; to right are Henrietta Longer, Debbie Co-
hen. Linda Homier, Paul Herman, Jane Hirsch-
berg, Torry Abrams, Penny Hirschberg, Benna
Solomon, Jacky Kirschenbaum, Michael Leb,
Larry
shown
Bur-
are
Richard Kauimar., Ronnie Book,
rows, Steven Hackmeyer. Not
Hobert Goodman gabbai; Burt Levy and San-
ford Kuttler, rabbis; Kenny Goldberg, Andy
Kahn and Mark Shantsis. shamashim; Rus-
sell Kagan, Religious Committee chairman;
Linda Augenstein and Wendy Hahn, hostesses.
Israel Cabinet Studies Arab Summit
.IEPUSALEMiJTA)The re-
sults of the Arab summit meeting
held for five days at Cairo last
week were discussed by Israel's
Cabinet here. Following the Cabi-
net session, it was assumed that,
while Israel may warn the Arab
stales against any aggression, the
Israel Government will not let it-
self be drawn into the orbit of
artificial tensions which the Arab
states are trying to create.
Observers here noied that, while
the communique issued Friday at
Cairo, following the close of the
conference attended by 13 heads
of Arab states or their high rank-
ing representatives, was full of ex-
pected anti-Israel accusations, it
was vague on practical measures
that the Arabs might take to in-
Sephardic Center
Tu B'Shevat Party
Rev. Cantor Sad! I Nahmias
will officiate at the Tu B'Shevat
party scheduled for Sephardic
Jewish Center on Wednesday
i vening.
Guest speaker will be Sam Gor-
man, past president of the Sephar-
Oic Jewish Center of Long Beach.
NY.
lerfere with Israel's plan to draw
Jordan River waters through Lake
Tiberias lor irrigating the upper
reaches of the semi-arid Nege>
Desert. The vagueness, u was em-
phasised, was not clarified through
the statement issued later by Ab
del Khalek Hassouna, secretary
general of the Arab League.
Mr. Hassouna had announced
formation of a joint Arab mili-
tary command "to confront any
military action by Israel," stat-
ing that Lt. Gen. Ali Amer, chief
of staff of the Egyptian forces,
has been named as commander.
Mr. Hassouna also spoke of de-
cisions by the summit conference
to divert the headwaters of the
Jordan River and its major trib-
utaries in Syria, Lebanon and
Jordan. But there was doubt
here about the degree of genu-
ine unanimity achieved by the
Arab leaders. Arab disputes still
exist between Egypt and Saudi
Arabia, Egypt and Syria, Moroc-
co and Algeria.
The Syrian-Egyptian disagree-
ment, it is evident to observers
here, has (nly been intensified
.luring the Cairo meeting. Syria
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may have insisted on milil iry ac
lion against Israel to boost its own
reputation for militance and to
prove i" the Arab world that h is
more anti-Israeli than Egypt.
Doubts w e re expressed h e re
whether the Arabs will really em-
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ol the Jordan headwaters and trib-
utaries, 50 as to rob Israel of about
half Hi the Jordan River's normal
water flow. Implementation <>t such
projects would take several years
and vast sums of money, lt would
have to he financed through oil
revenues from those Arab states-
Saudi Arabia. Kuwait and Libya
ih.it are not directly touched by
Jordan water- and stand to gain
no direct beneliis from the pro
posed diversion projects,
The final communique, issued
on behalf of the conference by Mr
Hassouna, was lull of the usual
Arab denunciations of Israel as a
"colonialist" state "guilty of ag-
gression." The communique re
emphasized the Arab views about
ihe alleged "danger ol Zionism"
and urged that the Palestine Arabs
organize "to play their role in lib-
erating the country and determin-
ing i- future."
Nathan witkin. director of the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Hoards
Armed Service* Center here, who
serves as L'SO area director tor
the Canal Zone, has reported thai
the situation at the Center is quiet
and there i- no cause tor concern.
In a telegram sent at the height
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t'Jenisti fh-rSdliain
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Teen-agers will debate the issue of Medicare at Temple
Menorah Men's Club meeting on Jan. 30. Lett to right are
Mark Slavin. Richard Friedman, Stuart Mishkin and Eric
Kaplan.
Teen-Age Debate At Menorah
Men I Temple Menorah
in lal Teen Age
il rhui ..\ '\ening, .1 in.
Sul ct w il be '' dicare In
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in tin bate will
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Nelson and Coun
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Judge Albert Saperstein, of Mi-
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of Surffir'e, ard David *bel. Vice
M ayor of Bay H-troor Island, have
been invited to serve as judges.
The -.':\ ill be i vard
'il ill,- lub
i Norman Sh
ii
ii natii :.... l>. ling | s who
i:.,\' won nationwide recognition
for I i ensic ability.
\- i featured w ill be ,i film on
. ancer,
Temple Menorah Member Festival
Temple Menorah will sponsor a
mid-winter membership festival
and general meeting on Sunday
i ight. Highlighting the festival will
be a special Iribute to the KM fam-
ilies who joined the Temple in
September, President Maurice Kev-
M announced. Rabbi .Mayer
Aliramouit/ mil lead in the trib-
i te and officiate at a special cere-
mony prepareeffor the occasion.
In addition to the regular bus
,.., ,;-,,.!... a program ol enter
: oent v. 'II ; on,red. Israeli
; i i a star Havi> a Halaban mill
present a series of songs taken
Irom Israeli folk art. opera music
and Yi dish loik tunes. Program
\'\\\ also include the Barton
Brothers.
Sisterhood of the Temple will
act as hostess and serve refresh-
ments.
Rabbi Brooks to Lecture
Rabbi Hershel Brooks will lec-
ture on the "Jewish Calendar and
[olida> Hi Tu BShevaf at
: i:: pie Zamora adult education
ilasscs on Mon ay at 8:15 p.m.
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^ Page 10-A
"Jewish Fkridian
Friday. January 24 1964
He's First Defendant to Admit Auschwitz Guilt
IT'S TIME
FOR PROGRESS!
Sam Luby Sr. (left), a trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
turns over a set of keys for an emergency service bus to be
used for '.'ansporting blood plasma and other supplies. Ac-
cepting the gift on behalf of the staff is Hospital Administra-
tor S. K. Bronstein.
Cedars Receives
Emergency Truck
Emergency service truck valued
ai S3.000 was presented to Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital this week by
Sam Luby Sr.. hospital trustee.
The brand now vehicle will be
outfitted with an oxygon supply >
and other life-saving equipmeit,
;.nd can accommodate two patients
jn an emergency
Generally, the truck will bo used
lo transport medical supplies such
as blood plasma from all parts of
the city to the hospital.
Cedars Administrator Sanford K.
Bronstein and Chief Engineer
Frank San-onie. Sr. accepted the
keys from Luby in a ceremony held,
at the entranceway to the hospi-
tal.
Owr.er of an auto agency here
lor nearly a quarter of a century.
Luby and hi. family have given sub-
stantial sums to endow facilities
at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital,
which is located in the Civic and
Medical Center at 1321 N*W 14th St.
Hatikvah Chapter Meeting
Mooting of Hatkivah Chapter,
B'.N'ai B'rith. on Tuesday. 1 p.m..
in Morton Towers Restaurant was
conducted by Mrs. Robert Litt,
founder president. Program in-
cluded a review of Yacl Dayan's
" Dust" by Herschel Honor.
Psychologist to Speak
"Values and Standards We Sot
for Our Children" will be the topic
discussed by Dr. Florence Wechs-
berg, psychologist, at the monthly
meeting of the Ys Women on
Monday, 10 a.m., at the Miami
Branch of the YMHA, 450 SVV 16th
Ave., announce! Mr- Jack Ama-
zon, president. In charge of infor-
n i- Mrs Herschel Rosenthal.
New Judaic
Study Group
Formation of a new Judaic study
group was announced Wednesday
by Joseph Cohen, president of Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. The now !
group, Judaica Study Circle, will;
consist of students of Judaica and
Judaic scholars in the community.
Rabbis, licensed Hebrew teach-
ers, educational directors and Ju-
daic scholars here will be invited
to attend the three sessions
planned.
The first session will be held on
Wednesday. Jan. 29. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education, 135 N.W. 3rd
Ave., at 8:30 p.m. Dr. Isaac Unter-
man, whose new text on "Pirke
Aboth" has Just been published,
will lecture on "Ethics of the Fa-
thers." with particular emphasis
on how the lives of the great sages
affected their thinking and judg-
ment.
Subsequent sessions will treat
new scholarly approaches to the
Study of the books of the Bible.
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
u.ti r Of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, will chair the sessions.
FRANKFl RT (JTA) Hans He replied: "I though, they had: JJthta. I IhpugbJ il
Stark, a 43,vear-old farmer, be- b^ convicted by
came this week the first defend-
ant in the Auschwitz murder camp
trial hero to admit he killed in-
mates while serving on the staff
of the camp in which between
3,000.000 and 4,000.000 victims-
most of them Jewswere annihi-
lated.
Stark, who served as an SS of-
' ficer candidate at the camp inter-
mittently from 1940 to 1943. s-iid
he had dropped cylinders of Ky-
! klon-B poison gas into the camp's
' tightly scaled "old crematorium"
and thus asphyxiated Jewish men
and women. Speaking calmly ami
' with self-assurar.ee. the defend-
ant said "it was terrible. They
screamed and gasped for 10 to IS
! minutes. Then everything was
| still." After that, he and the SS
! men who helped drop the poison
! gas into the chamber entered it
I wearing gas masks.
Stark testified that the victims
looked grotesque, saying "shoot-
ing people is one thing but kill-
ing them with gas is inhuman."
| He said he was forced to take
t part in such actions by Rudolf
j Hoess, then the camp command-
ant who. Stark said, "told me
either I help or he could put me
down there with them."
The executions took place in the
fall of 1941 and included one of
the earliest killings by gas at the
camp. Stark petitioned the court
that ho be judged in accordance
with juvenile laws because he was
under 21 when stationed at Ausch-
witz,
On one occasion, he said, he
horded 20 to 30 Jewish women and
childrenthe latter including some
only five years oldinto the ere I
matorium for execution by shoot '
ing but he did not himself do any-
shooting then. "What did you
think at the time?" Presiding
Judge Hans Hofmeyer asked him.
\va# all
1
It's Time To:
End petty bickering
Eliminate sectional politics
Stop the circus atmosphere
at the commission table
It's Time For:
More Industry
More Payrolls and Econ-
omy in Gov't.
It's Time For
Progress
Attorney
Civic Leader
President, Civic Commit-?-*
for Interama. member Gc f.
Research Council; Preside-f
Temple Sinai.
Pull Lever 11A For Harold A.
U11I
District 1-County Commission
LET'S
SAVE DAD
5>i
Vote for a business-nan who has the ability
and knewhow to bring new desirable industry
to Dade County. A businessman can effect
economy in Government. Vote to save Dade
County.....
PULL LEVER 27-A
"A PRODUCT OF THE AMERICAN WAY"
ELECT GEORGE
MILHET
METRO COMMISSION DISTRICT 6
-r.
PULL LEVER 3-A -E L E C T
/
CHUCK HALL
COUNTY MAYOR



Fridfcy, Jcfnuary 24, 1964
+Jewish ntrldiati
Page 11-A
Arabs End Talk Without Scheme
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Segal and Carl Harold at a preview
showing of the new Temple Beth Am Sanctuary. Segal is
Builcing Committee chairman, and Harold is Capital Funds
chc-Tnan.
Continued from Page 1 A
to harass Israel economically and
diplomatically.
Israel responded energetically;
to the threats emanating from
Cairo. Prime Minister Levi Esh-I
i
kol warned that Israel would foil |
any attempt to interfere with Is-.
rael's right to draw water from
the river in accordance with a re-
gional plan developed by the late
Eric Johnston as a special United
States Ambassador. The Prime j
Minister also warned the 13 Arab!
rulers to avoid any "adventurous'
resolutions."
He noted that the United States
bad granted large sums of money
to Jordan to carry out a water di-,
version plan, tapping the Yar-
muk, one of the Jordan Riven
tributaries and that Syria also was
tapping the river for irrigation.
Later, EshkoT *m#t wtth U.S.
Ambassador Walworth Barbour
to discuss the situation. The
United States has indicated it
supports the Israeli plan be-
cause it is within the framework
of the Johnston plan. United
States and British embassies re-
minded the rulers at the Cairo
conference that the two Western
Powers continued to stand by
their previous position on re-
gional use of the Jordan River
waters.
The conference did yield two
steps toward Arab unity. One was
resumption of diplomatic relations
between Egypt and Jordan. The
ether was a unified military com-
mand to strengthen the Arab posi-
tion on problems related to Is-
rael.
The Soviet Union was plaving a
trouble making role in the situa-
tion. An Arabic broadcast on
Radio Moscow urged the 13 Arab
rulers not to transform the pres-
mt 'state of war" into "a bloody
battle" over the Jordan River.
But the hroadcast also called the
project "criminal" and declared
, that if "Israeli extremists" suc-
ceeded in completing the project,
"thousands of Arab peasants"
would be forced "to abandon their
villages on the Jordan River," a
prediction wholly unsupported by
any known facts.
The broadcast also asserted that
"the Tel Aviv rulers" had start-
ed massing armed forces along
the border. However, none of the
1 Soviet broadcasts promised Soviet
support to Ihe Arabs if there was
military action against the Israeli
irrigation project
*
Befh Am Holds
Temple Preview
Ten pie Beth Am held a pre-
\ icw Showing of the Temple's
i eVJ anctuary recently, where
the pital Funds Committee in-
\ Ited members who had made
I ledgi to Ihe New Building Fund
F... family was aske,1 to choose
. dedicatory object, which would
be reserved for them. Carl Har-
old, Capital Funds chairman, in
d Herman Feldman. chair-
man if the planning committee;
Joshua Segal. Building Committee
chairman; Byron Cherkas, execu-
tive .ice president; and Rabbi
Herbert M. Baumgard, who ex-
lluir.it! thr- meaning of each of
the panels in the new sanctuary.
Alfred Leibert, well known
iadM entertainer, was in charge
of the evening's entertainment.
which featured Hoofenanny trio.
Marvin Stein and Mrs. Stanley
Well.:-.
Youth Attend
Sabbath Service
USY and Confirmation Depart
ment of Temple Emanu-El held a
combined service and luncheon on
Saturday evening.
Yi ungsters joined the adults in
worship in the main Temple and
then adjourned to Sirktn Hall lor
a program.
Highlight of the session was a
fl report by Dejdre Greene and Max
I Ninon, who attended the Florida
Conference of the United Christian
Youth Movement in Silver Springs
as rerresentatives of USY and the
Greater Miami Jewish commun-
ity.
Fine Arts School
; Lists Classes
Pine Arts Conservatory an-
nounces ctessoj in drawing and
Ipainting for beginners through ad-
|vancf I students, both children and
idultr, to begin on Saturday, Jan.
5.
Tea;her i> Miss Sherna Simon
1'off, who received the BA degree
(cum laudc in Fine Arts at Bran
deifl :iivcrsit>. At the same m-
titution, she received honorable
nenticn in sculpture, as well as
iraw.\g and creative arts awards.
I summer, the Yale Univer-
6it\ >chool of Music and Art
warded her ;i tuition scholarship
I
Strong Vet afe-GiVes
Hours of Continuous
Relief from Minor
ARTHRITIS WIM
Annr -i* ti\\r% hours of MMufaaOMa
rebel from arthritis" minor pain* -7
[evrn such chronifl pain arising from
deep in thr joint*. Anacin also re-
Pncea swelling ami Inflammation, in
p that It's eaaier
1 move afflicted limbs njrain. The
. Anacin Tablets arc so elTcc-
jvr is because they contain the pain
Minended bydoi tori
ilus an rrtm Ingredient nut found
[n leading aspirins or buffered
pinna. Take as directed.

We must put a stop, to the
bickering and start to build a
BETTER DADE COUNTY
WITH
PULL LEVER 22-A

All DADE COUNTY VOTERS CAN /MAKE THIS CHOICE!

We can BUILD...
.Burk will lead the
fight te the bicker-
m| of er county tem-
miiMri whoso petty
ciio not self- interest
net* damaged our coun-
ty's image end impeded
its progress, gurk will
serve the interests ef the
Steeple el Dodo County
s whale.
.Burk will seek the de-
sirable new industry
that Dado County needs
providing mere jobs for our people.
. Burk willwerk to provide Dede County with better reads
and a fair share ef the State rood fends with which to
build them.
. gurk will fight for bettor lening procedures, including a
requirement of the effirmetive vote ef two-thirds ef
the entire Commission te change seeing or issue
variances.
. gurk will strive to improve our County police, fire end
transportation services.
. gurk will offer a constructive program for our Senior
Cirisens, Jackson Memorial Hospital and the University
of Miami School of Mtditint, and improved public
recreational facilities.
tf
be DESTROYED!
Dainatlen ef ggr
neigbbsrheeds
garden ted the way
la the infamous
Markoo ca.o (North
Kaadall Drivo) whllo
ha was Chairman of
the Commission in
spite ef solid oppo-
sition from the resi-
dents.
. Destruction ef our
bey ... The Mid-gay
Ceusewey, some-
times called the
Gordon Dam", was
one of Gordon 1 pet
projects (and Still
Jit)
Reckless expenditure ef our money... Gordon led the b
to employ an out-of-town anglneering firm te design
Mid-Bay Causeway for a fee which local firms said
S400 000 too high.
.Wasteful planning fer our Seaport... Under Cordon's
leadarship on tha Commission, the new Dodge Island
Soopori has a history of poor planning and improper
guidance.
Division of our community... Gordon's previous platform
"F B I .. For Beach Interests" indicates his narrow sec-
tionalism which will defeat all attampts te unify the
People of Dado County.
Hie
his
was
The election of Morris Burk, an able business man with county-wide perspective, and oth
er men of similar caliber and dedication will provide sound, comprehensive,
long- range planning a firm foundation for building Dade County's future.
r-ji.; bv Committso To ilect Morris Burk


Page 12-A
+Jewlsti flerkUan
Friday. January 24, 1964 fl,*. \%-m
LETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Rabbi Urges New Chaplaincy
For Jewish Stockade Prisoners
FOR OTHER- lETTERS PAGE 3-C
Choir of Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood
is honored at a cocktail parly and dinner at
Sand-Ell Kosher Caterers in the Lombardy
Hotel. The choir renders the liturgy at Friday
night services and during the High Holy Days.
Standing (left to right) are Rabbi Morton Ma-
lavsky. Jack Lefton, Bernard Kaufman, Mrs.
Irvin Strauss, Barney Chalfin, Mrs. Morris
Pressman, Mrs. Elizabeth Coron, Morris Axinn,
Mrs. Jack Frank, Jack Hockman, Cantor Ernest
Steiner. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Maurice
Freger, Edith Shapiro, Betty, Ruth and Barbara
Himelfarb. Not shown are Mrs. Joseph Golub,
Mrs. Herman Kutcher and Mrs. Jack Lemishow.
Cantor Steiner was presented with a gift at
the ceremonies.
Reds Oust High Ranking Jewish Chief
Continued from Page 1-A
i
were being brought up in accord-
ance with Jewish tradition.
Aspects of Jewish life in the
Soviet Union, which have been
sharply criticized in the West,
meanwhile were the topics of1
three commentaries on the Mos-I
cov Radio, monitored in London ]
in the last few days, all of them'
defensive in tone.
The first broadcast, by a com-
mentator named Adamov, "ex-
plained" that Hebrew Bibles were
not bein printed in the Soviet
Union because "they have to be
written by hand" and there were
no such experts available. Adam-
ov apparently had confused the
method of preparing Torah Scrolls
with that of printing Bibles, a stan-
dard printing procedure.
In the second broadcast, Aaron
Vergelis, editor of the only Yid-
dish regular publication. Soviet-1
ische Heimland. recalled his re-
cent visit to the United States and
said he found anti-Semitism wide-
spread in the U.S. He proceed-!
ed to give figures on the percent
age of Jews in the Soviet arts and
sciences to prove that there is no
anti-Jewish bias in the Soviet
Union,
The third broadcast again fea-
tured Adamov in a discussion of
the widely and severely criticiz-
ed economic trials in Russia. He
admitted there was a large per-
centage of Soviet Jews among
those sentenced for alleged em-
bezzlement and black market-
eering.
He insisted, however, that "the
picture also has another side." He
then gave figures on Jews repre-
sented in various Soviet scientific,
scholarly and technological and
other agencies. He argued that
the admittedly large percentage
ol Jews among those sentenced for
"economic crimes" was not an in-
dication of the treatment general-
ly of Jews in Russia.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
I appeal to the conscience of
our Jewish communal leadership
to establish an immediate chap
laincy service through the Rabbin
ical Association of Greater Miami
It is embarrassing to see thai
Jewish inmates of our municipal
and county jails and the stockade
have no spiritual guidance and re-
ligious counseling.
The hospitals of Greater Mi-
ami serve Jewish patients, and
no rabbi visits them because it
'Y1 Executive
Author of Article
An article by F.manuel Tropp.
' associate director of the YM and
YWHA of Greater Miami, appears
i in the current issue of "Jewish
Community Center Program Aids,"
! the professional journal of the Xa-
' tional Jewish Welfare Board.
The article, "A Pilot Program for
Adults," deals with the new pro-
gram of lecture-discussions for men
and women in their 30's an : Ws of-
fered by the YM and YWHA.
is impossible for the local rab-
binate even to know the where-
abouts of these patients.
All municipal and county insti-
tutions should be served by chap
I. in. provided by the Jewish Fed-
eration ol Greater Miami.
1 was successfully instrumental
in the establishment of the Florida
State Civil Defense Chaplain
Corps, It ma) be possible that the
same interdenominational group
can serve other need) causes. Let
ii- serve our local needs sincerelv.
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Miami Beach
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During this Campaign
You Have Seen Hundreds of
Signs AND Hundreds of Names ... But It's
WHAT'S BEHIND THE NAME
THAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
ELECT:..
GEORGE M.
WILSON
A QUALIFIED CANDIDATE
SERVICE INTEGRITY EXPERIENCE
JL SERVICE "**"lWd Service Award of Coral Gable*,
* *"-^wiws- i60; past President of Jaycees; Past Director of
Kiwanis; active Church member.
* INTEGRITY A Successful Oade County businessman; is
Chairman of the Board of Holsum Bakers; and
Associate Manager of Francis I. DuPont, stock brokerage firm
* EXPERIENCE Present,V serving his second term as
n n.#%a hniBUVE Coral Gables City Commissioner; former Dade
County Representative on Florida Inland Navigational Commission.
"BY GEORGE. I'M FOR WILSON"
PULL LEVER 36-A ON ELECTION DAY!
+
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PULL LEVER
16-A
TO ELECT
Lew Whi!worth
* 40 years old,
married, one son
* Attorney and
Hialeah
Councilman
* Air Force
Combat Flyer
* Member Dade
School Board's
Committee on
Quality Education
and Adult Educa-
tion Advisory
Committee
"* Former
FBI Agent
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DISTRICT TWO
PLEASE VOTE
COUNTY-WIDE
FOR
AL LANDERS
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District 2 Pull
Lever 14A
SI yeors old
39 years in Dade County
Successful Bu'.nfss Man
Married4 Chi'dren
Veteran Werld War II
Presidcnt-AI landers Dump
Trucks, Inc.
President-Dump Trucks, Inc.
Treasurer-florida Certified
Haulers Association
Executive Director-Engineer
Contractors Association of
Dnde County, Inc.
Mason Shriner
Member-Hialeah-Miami Springs
Chamber of Commerce
Member-P.T.A.
Charter Member -Bogota
People-to People Project
A BILL OF RIGHTS
I propose a Bill OF RIGHTS by
Metro ordinance for the Munici-
patitieii Spell out Specifically
what the Municipalities may or
wy ot do, pies those things that
ore optionol and who has the
option. Metre's success depends
on the help and cooperation ef the
Municipalities.
The Preaie.hU te the Charter
V*J?2*& ""ttpaM.
fm w.th the rights f Mrf deter-
mination la their l.| ..
MaV lawsuits hare arisen k*.
cause of the lock ef ,1^,1-
stated set of rules defining "Ucal
Affairs".
*Y of us who are "re-Metre
nates thot Metre bw in lu-.t.
tions, that many hmctiens ef Gov
e'nm'^ eo" t be h.ndled by
the Municipalities where the pee
Pie are cleser te their elected ef
'oals, and feel that such fen*.
fined m*n eU*rt* **
(t is difficult fer any city to plan
intelligently for the future .midst
?he doebt, cenhisien, and self
jerving .nterpretotions pieced en
the mean.ng of the Metre Charter.
CAMPAIGN PROMISE
dioVniil!vC0''duC, my C""P" with
"on.tv, resoect my opponents
;?dm*w;.iel.ted"to7heb.,t
f my rtllHy. am aware of. and
:"!!,.*? oeceP the area! re-
BE Vt "*rS>
' 'ry hard to mrke you nroud
' and our Metro Ga'vernmen,
AL LANDERS


Friday. January 24. 1964

+Jew 1st florMinn
Page 13-A
laious
un.
(AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
PVIila) s p.m. s.iinon: )',,uld K. -
form Jewry i:\i-i Without Orthodox
l-i\v'.' Saturday >::.u ;ijii. S, tin
Mi and IiIm UltmlOn."
Services J his lAJeehcnd
Si-mum: "The Itf"'1 ......... '-' '''"
SaliLa th
ISmanatlo
of Bhlra.
i ->r i.iRiit.1
1101 SW I2tk"ave.
abbi Max
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Abraham Sen.
warn.
BETH DAVIO. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con
aervative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lipaon.
Friday S:ir. p.m. Great Week Bab-
bath. Quest speaker, Rabbi Abra-
ham J( Karp. Subject: "Where we
have Been." Saturday !' a.m. s. r-
iimn; "Whither arc we Going?" Bar
Mii/.v.ih: J-rry Alan Sperling.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Krid.i> 5:3(1 ami 1:80 p.m. Bermon.
"KfnrUUal VNIonSet-lna Ik I'.iHcv-
inr-"' Saturday B:M a.m. Bhabbai
Shiran. Sermon* "Sons of Identifi-
cation."
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi H. Louie Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
Krldai 5:13 p.m Satiiriluy s:3 a m.
Rat
Bernstein.
on: "A Sew
in. Sermon:
BETH KODESH
Modern Traditional.
Shapiro, fiantor Fred
KYiila.v 8:13 p.m. Berin
Bong. Saturday H is .
"A Sew Redemption.*'
BETH MOSHE CONGHEGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
R.ibbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fine,
"liilay 8:13
i-au of
Jl-XViHll
is." i ineg
Sisterhood.
ii.m. Guexl speaker, I'i
Nathaniel Boroff <>f tli- Km
Jewish KducatloB. Topic: '
Survival through the Ac
Bhabbat hosted by th
S.tlur.la> S:13 a.m.
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
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BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
------ a
BETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
l"iina> 3:13 and 8:80 p.m. Bss Mlts-
vah: Suaan daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
i Israel Abfauui. Saturday 8:46 a.m.
CANDLELIGHTING TfMf
lOShevat 5:38
I $
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
anfeld. Cantor Georpe Goldberg.
I rlday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "Holiday
of Trees." meg Blutbbal boated bs
Mr. and .Mis. Leo Drutl In Junior of
s..n Martin's birthday. Saturday S;3D
a. in,
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
ISRAtLITE "CEN-TPR" 3175 SW th
St. Conservative. Rabbi janai,......
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Friday 5 and B:1S p.m. Bermon:
'Heaven'* lieutenants." Martin and
Steven Vann will participate In m r-
vice. Saturday 8:43 a.m. Sermon:
"The Soul "i" o Si.nt "
i .
We Must Take Vital Part in World
By RABBI NORMAN N. SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
Nearly 200 years ago. Edmund
Burke, the English social phlloi
opher, t'orv arned his contempor-
aries; 'The only thing necessary
lor the triumph of evil is for good
men to do nothing." How pro-
phetic his words have been
through the past two centuries!
How meaningful his admonition is
today! It is to be regretted that
the forcei making for decency,
fair play and hard work have not
succeeded, generally speaking, in
living up to their responsibilities
and commitments. Unfortunately
many trouble spots in our world
today are accentuated by the in-
difference of good people who are
content to sit back and let things
take place.
The Rabbis of old used the ex-
pression, "S h t i k a h kehodayah
damya""silence or inaction is
equivalent to tacit admission or
acquiescence." In short, we must
be acutely aware of the harm
good men do, however unwittting-
ly. through their errors of omis-
sion. In Yiddish we use sugges-
tive and descriptive expressions,
such as one possessing "gooteh1
kavODOB" "good intentions" no
matter how badly the situation
may turn out.
There are those who seem con-
tent to do nothing because they
are lirm believers in the futility
(if present day existence. They re
mind one of Ecelesiastes in the
Bible who said. "Havail havalim
hakol navel"'-Vanity of vanities.
all is vanity." The following rea-
soning is employe.!: "My partici-
pation or say is not going to alter
anything, so why bother? There
are plenty of people who like the
honor and the activity. Let them
preottaupy themselves with nich
;,!!. Tlic-'rVsult. of these attitudes i>
govorqment or organisation or
synagogue by default. Human be
who sit idly by permit diffi-
culties to be compounded and ex-
plosive situations to accumulate
Today,'people must be ready to
~|and up and be counted either]
I lor or against freedom.
All the invective and outraged.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MINVONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Friday 8:80 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"The ExodusA Phenome.....i of Our
Past." Saturday B .. m. Bar Mllsvah:
Mark. Bon of all', and Mrs. Nathan
Ollaon.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins ave. Cantor S. Nachmui.
Friday .'. p.m. Saturday S:80 a.m.
Bermon: "isylrltual Redemption."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 102S
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardens rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Friday 5:31 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
fail to perform our tasks To re-, 2l,'\,'''"iT. Bermon: *-i'ortl*tUof
main silent, when it is one's duty ,' uv. k."
to speak up. is to abet mankinds, TFMpLE BEJ ^M~;;50 N.
woes and ills. dr.. So. Miami. Reform.
I remember reading about an
old Jewish lady who brandished
Bar Mltsvah: Stephen, son of .Mrs.
Marjorie Wolk: Alan, soil "f Mr. ami
.Mis. LoUIh T.i\ lor.
-
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Prlda) 8:15 p.m. In honor "f Jewish
Musi.- Month, Rabbi Rlchter'a theme
will be "Si rin. .ns in Song" Illustrated
by Cantor Lerner and ih,- choral
group. Uueg Bhabbai boated b> hlsti r-
i IioikI. Saturday S:3Q a.m.
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CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
activity, inertia or listlessness, we
Kendall
Rabb,
Charles
II
Th*
Have
Kodner.
rVlda) N :i> p.m. Sei-mi
a broom in the face of Nazi tanks j ^J*" bMa^ ,x,v^,'!,,'""'
as her city was overrun by the! .-----
German Army in World War II. temple MW ML OF holly.
This was no bizarre episodeno.
matter how ludicrous it may have
appeared. This little woman
knew her effort was a feeble one.
but she wanted Cod and the world
WOOD. 1351 s.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday *:I5 p m.
lli.-lli.al t'ollnt'll I
ui ila v 11 a.m.
The
id ih, .i. i
l'.in-
Bat-
The ancient Chinese wise man.
Lao-tse, who lived in the sixth
century B.C.E., declared: "The
most involved fact in the world
could have been faced when it
was simple. The biggest problem
in the world could have been solv-
ed when it was small."
Docs this sound like an echo of
KABBI N0KMAM N. SHAHK0
action by Mault
criticism of evil which haunt us
arc bound to be meaningless and
inconsequential if. by our own in-
TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SVU
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
to know on which side she stood. jjjjnls Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
l-Yiilav sir. p.m. i. wish Arbor Day.
t. i iii.-n: "Cm inly :"! Maki ..
Tree?" S:iiu,ila\ 10:30 a.m. Sermon:
. "Sabbath "f Bong."
----- -----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
Cantor David Conviser.
the Talmudic dictum of Shammai Friday.. ^.SrSay S^"Cnil
2,000 years ago? "Emor me at i Mitxvah: Loula David, sun of Mr. and
asay harbey ttle tad g*.*-^ ^^n^U "'" "'
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38,
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwitman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S
M. Machtei.
Fridav 8:30 p.m. Bermon: "How
Hare are Miracle*?" Oncg Bhabbat
boated by Blsterhood. Saturdaj B:80
a in. Junior Congregation will of-
ficiate,
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
PVIoay >-:l"i p.m. Pulpit guest, Dr.
Max Arst, vice chancellor, Jewh)h
Tl.....logical Seminary of America.
Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mitavah: Neal,
N......r Mr. and Mrs. Ben Uechtnei .
Has Mltsvah: Pamela, daughter ut
Mr. and Mi-- Aii'ii. Blalolenkl,
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
^.Reforns. JUtobi .Joseph. R. Na*ot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:1*5 p.m* Sermon: "*;,. i
Christian Bcbolars of Judaism."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
; HYlday 8:15 a.m. Bermon: "The Fiaby
with the BathWill the New Bible
Translation Give l"s What We Look
: for in Ili< Bible?" Saturday 10:80
a.m. Baa Mltsvah: Karen Dee, daugh-
ter of Mr. ami Mis. Beymour Bchul*
II,T.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
I I riciay 8:15 p.m. Wermon: ". And
i.i Uve," In honor of CJA. Satur-
day 8 a.m.
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
------ e ------
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Israel's
I'nflnlshed Symphony." Saturday
vr. .i.iii. Bar Mltsvah: Man-, ^'u ..f
Mr, mil Mrs. J. Hammer.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab.
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Bermon: "A 'rim.,
to I'lalll ami a Tim. lo I'lnck up that
which has been Planted."
---------
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
Hyman Gross.
----- -----
TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora ave.
-??,; Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben
Dickson.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Bermon: "A Wing
of Triumph." Father, s..n and daugh-
ter Bhabbat. Baturda) 8:48 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Pear and Praj i "
------ a ------
TEMPLE ZION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
Friday 8:80 a.m. Saturday 9 i m
it.ii Mltsvah: David, uon of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Dayan.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: 'TLovIn*
Tender Caressing Hands." Saturday
8 a.m. Mar Mltsvah: Dennis Jay, son
of Mr, and -Mis. Art bur Both.
YOUNG ISRAtw. wu NE 171 St.
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
Friday 5:80 p.m. Saturday '>",;
Sermon: "New Y,.ar .f the Trees.
do much" (Pirke Avot 1:15). It
is to be hoped, please God, that
our generation will never forfeit
its basic rights and freedoms by-
doing little and saying much.
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Young Israel of Greater Miami honors the Lerner family
with a testimonial luncheon at the Waldman Hotel. Shown
celebrating at the Jan. 12 function are (left to right) Rabbi
Sherwin Staub-er. spiritual leader of Young Israel, Mr. and
Mrs Harry Lerner. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lerner. and Rabbi Tibor
Stern, spiritual leader of Beth Jacob Congregation^
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announced Wednesday that the
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was the Jewish War Veterans
State Commander Emanuel Man-
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'. Unlst flnridfon
Friday. January 24 1964
UN listening Post:
By SAUl CARSON
O
Arabs Admit Purpose of Cairo Summit Was to be Disruptive
"- w r..........., ..I,,,,-- The (Otl (U-stractiui. of
UfHILE
summit
United Nations
THE RECENT Arab
conference was un-
ier way in Cairo, a very interest-
ing document was circulated at
the United Nations. Emanating
Irom the so-called "Arab Palestine
[Delegation," a body that has only
.his high-sounding title but lacks
I anything like official recognition
from or at the United Nations, the paper boasted
outright that the aim of the summit parley was
"to insure the disruption of the impending 'Is-
raeli" diversion of the waters of the Jordan."
Delegates who received that astounding paper
noted two points immediately: a) the chiel aim
was to "disrupt" something constructive under-
taken by a member state; b) the fact that the
word "Israeli" was flanked by quotation marks.
The latter point might have puzzled some delega-
tions, until they read the next sentence, which
stated that any decision made by the Arabs at-
tending the Cairo conference would be "in con-
formity with the avowed policies of those states
toward the Israeli's authorities throughout the
past 16 years." And what are those policies? The
foreign News letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Hair-Raising Cruelties in a Syrian Camp
Jerusalem
pEUVEN LIEBES is one
* i)l the eleven Israelis
who, after long years
(H protracted negotiations
a n (1 UN intervention.
has broil returned to Is-
rael from imprisonment
in Syria. They have been
exchanged for sixteen
Syrians held in Israel.
Except for three, two
girls and an engineer, ab-
ducted by the Syrians from Lake Klnneret last July.
they were nil incarcerated in Syrian jails for per-
. ds ranging up to fourteen years.
Of the eight. Liebes is the only one who re-
tained his ment;i faculties, who did not go out
of his mind under the continuous torture to which
they have been submitted and which defies de-
scription. Me is the only one. so far. though brok-
en in body, able to tell the hair-raising story of
bewildering inhumanity. All the others are living
and numb testimony:they are now all patients in
mental institutions.
It was March. 1962. when Liebes. on leave from
the army, went for a stroll on the banks of Lake
Kinneret. On his way back to camp, he suddenly
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jewish Encyclopedia
HERE IS SHORTLY to be a new
Jewi ;h Encyclopedia, an-
nounces Dr. Nahum Goldmann.
The project must be close to him
for, I believe, when he was a very
young man. Dr. Goldmann was
associated in Berlin with the pub-
ication of a Jewish encyclopedia
ji German and Hebrew.
Dictionaries and encycloped-
ias are generally spoken of as reference works, to
be consulted only on special occasions. There is
the story of a reader who took out the dictionary
and later returned it, explaining that, while it was
a book of some merit, it had too many short stor-
ies to suit him
Personally, I find both dictionaries and encyclo-
pedias very enjoyable reading. The novelist
Erskine Caldwell said that about the only books
he reads are dictionaries. Lewis Browne, author of
"Stranger than Fiction" and other works of Jew-
ish interest, during his college days went syste-
matically through the entire Jewish encyclopedia.
With an encyclopedia, it is like having the
world on your -hell. More than the world, it is a
species of eternity itself. For, in a Jewish en-
cyclopedia, you can go back in time to Adam and
Bve in the first love story; back to Noah and the
great rains which came at a time when the um-
brella and galoshes had not been invented; back
to David, the giant-killer and statesman; to the
wi a United Nations and, alter the Biblical period, in
the Jewish Encyclopedia, you can trace the wan-
derings of the Jews, the rise and fall of empires;
and meet with Hillel and Akiba, with Maimonides
and Spinoza and Moses Mendelssohn and Felix
Mendelssohn, with that great philosopher of joy,
the Baal Shem Tov, with Heine and Disraeli, with
Herzl and Freud. With the encyclopedia, they all
honor you and step into your parlor.
The first Jewish Encyclopedia in English was
published at the beginning of this century. Ite edi-
tor was Dr. Isidor Singer. He was also the head
jof the Amos Society. The prophet Amos preach-
r.ed the brotherhood of humanity, and Dr. Singer
t nursed some hope of enlisting an international
brotherhood under his banner.
found himself surrounded by aimed Syrian soldiers
who had crossed into Israel territory. That's how
it all began; and that's more or less how H hap-
pened with the others; abduction or inadvertent
crossing of the border line.
On the Syrian side there was no trial To be
in there as "interrogation," but once this was
over there came torture for tori n lie with
ie aim cl ai Ij set; to drive the prison* i to mad-
n< ss.
Liebes fr.ds re telling bard. His high ;
voice quivers. However, he musters all the strength
lelt in him. "1 have to tell it all." he says. "I
. anl the wcrld to know. Nut for mj sake. I'm
inimportam. I'm back. But for the sake ol thi
others, of those still left in the Syrian hell. Foi
ineir sake the world must be aroused" .
Will the world be aroused? When 1 was first
put for six weeks in solitary confinement," says
Liebes, "it was a terrifying experience. Little did
! then know that I would be looking back to these
weeks with longing, as if to days spent in a rest
home. The cruelties are indescribable. Applica-
tion of electric shock was routineas was the
rest ."
Here's a glimpse into the inferno:
"The summer heat was stifling. In threes, the
Israel prisoners were put in solitary confinement
cells, each of which destined to make the life of
the prisoner unbearable. There was hardly room
tu stand. All our needs had to be done in that
cell. The -tench was suffocating and everybody
was vomiting Outside. Syrian officers were tak-
ing turns at the small window to watch the spec-
tacle anl enjoy the sight ol the prisoners strug-
gling for an inch of space and for air. Suddenly,
one of i^e officers gave the order: 'Shut the win-
dow." The Syrian guard hesitated. 'But they'll
die,' he muttered. The officer repeated the order.
The window was shut. Gasping lor air, the prison-
ers were near suffocation; they fainted. Then, the
window was opened a little. Air came in. Not
enough to live, but too much to let us die .
"One morning they stripped one of the Israel
prisoners a.id took him out into the yard where
a number of Syrian officers and soldiers were wait-
ing. The prisoner was shown pornographic pic-
tures, and then they began hitting his genitals
with sharp rods and, when he fell, with their nail-
ed boots
"Yitzhak Marall had a hernia. Once the Syr-
ians learned about it, the prison guards got orders
to hit him right there. They carried out the order
with hair-raising cruelty. They used to tie his
hands and legs and hit with rifle butts and any-
thing that came into their hands. Marall soon went
off his mind. They went on with the hittingit
became an almost daily pastimeand Marall's only-
reaction was the singing of the Hatikvah .
Off the Record:
The total destruction of
'" ^SySrBwtl the Arab states and Israel
While it is true that the "delegation" -
Uibutmg this document has no official stan. ig
however is equally true that the papper a>es
^present authentically the Arab poin of view. It
[s also true that a vast majority of delegations hen
found reason for deep annoyance with the Arab
sand Except for the Arabs themselves, several
Moslem states, and the Communist bloc out to cur-
ry Arab favorall other diplomats were irritated
by the refusal of the Arab states to recognize real-
ity bv recognizing the fact that Israel really oes
Wist and that Israel will not let itself be wiped
off the map.
What bothered diplomats here was the fact
that they anticipated the need to face United Na-
tions debate on Israels drawing water from 'he
Jordan River through Lake Tigenas and on the
Arab opposition to Israel's water project. It was
freely understood here that Israel was not. as the
Irabs claim, "diverting" Jordan watershut only-
draw ing Mime of the waters that are rightfully Is
raePs. For, al the very time the Arab "delega-
tion was circulating its hate materials, delegations
here also had before them a lengthy; sober, fact-
filled document, bolstered by dear maps and au-
thentic statistics, showing that the waters being
drav n ''.' Israel are in I* ed Israel's.
Between You and At a: By BORIS SMOtAR
Jchnston Water Plan
Water is A precious com '
ity In the Middle East,
crucial element in Israel's *
inuc planning, it is the kej to
xpanded development of the jnd
in potentially fertile Negev. It
as been vital in the absoi
if the immigration that has more
han doubled Israel's populaion
ince the establishment *>t the Jew-
i-.i ..,.m. a is essential to Israel's industry and
to the country's economic growth.
in the neighboring Arab countries. Syria
i.n addition io numerous fair-sized rivers, two I
rivers ll iwing in it- lerritorvthe Orontes and the
Euphra rswhose annual [low is more than en* igh
to meel the country's water needs, Syria's irrigat-
ed area can be more than doubled from the I
- ati r n sources. Yet, of all the
- viewing with special host
- eiforts to develop the utilization of dot es-
i regional water resources Several I
his brought complaints to the United Nations
Secui .i: and io years ago, at Syria's it
u. bs did succeed in blocking Israel's
and v< i economical project to divert the Jordan
River ater north ol Lake Tigenas.
The United States then stopped economic aid
ti Israel, but subsequently proposed the John-ton
Plan to store the waters in a regional system.
Israel has always favored regional water develop
ment planning, in order that the states involved
may reap the maximum benefit. It therefore ac-
cepted n principle the Johnston Plan which was
prepared at the request of the United Nations by
an American engineering firm under the direction
of the Tennessee Valley Authority. So did Jordan
and other Arab countries.
However, the Arab League vetoed the Jjroiect,
wnich is presented to Israel and the Arab Gov-
ernment- by the late Eric Johnston, -pecial Am-
bassador oi President Eisenhower
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
$
Columnist's Trip to Florida Recalls the Hcrses

ALL HORSES ARE created equal.
" Much more so it would appear than
people. At any rate, one may distin
gOish for example between a French
man a German and an American, but
the French, German and American
Jiorscs look entirely alike. Yet one ui
our friends is always coming to us with
news of Jewish horses in the races. A
Jewish horse to him is one which car-
ries a name with a Jewish identilication.
horse is
called "Ferd" or "Shlemiel" he jusT can't res^,"n^n
t r.. k he-
ir Nege\.
thi> writ-
of
late, there have been quite a
Zl u JV',>SOUn(ling namis- An<< "ben a race
horse has that connotation, our friend goes wild w.th
indiscretion and bets even though he knows
jeart that the nag will finish last.
b6W '- hrd ken entered at a New
tore "" ig ol the season bora the o
'"' ,lli'1 in obvious but mistakes belief
er was d uly.xvhne innocent in these matt
in Hi MS qUi,e exclted about "e cUsB
bee 11 ,"" n<" fl'" ,hat hc looked 'it *' <
f a 1 Cra' No> <"",<' Wd*lu'.onary
even -ulom, dlscover> "f the wheel? iS caroe or
Sflcan '-h Tm* ,,pn Ammca' '"*-"" h,h,v
i S Land JKi.Ni2! uas ,he P" "Whe Prom-
ol F-Sner Ahr"'1 ******* ,0 r ancest^ the land
develone, m h,n,M?,f' but U ,s >' tu h*
n his own
really isn-t much' itS'^h^ran.
except when he is fascinated bv their iSffl
came to us with the news of a special tg^TSi
he \>ev
~ ... rwt,
er will be more ful .? k' *f the ^^ ,toat ,h cver. I have a f2 ferd,ach *** How-
pSocnie zrjssv'jsst4 wm,ld ***pia0
I


Fridey. January 24. 1964
9> fcMlcl n-rrMi^r
Page 15-A
Candidates Ready For..
Races Coming Tuesday
F. lowing is 8 list of candidates running for Metropolitan Com-
and Mayor of Dade County in next Tuesdays election here.
Ij-'or ot'ti* listings, see Sec. B.
Mot
["omrr.
that "
1'iiker
nient.
bould i
Pron
found;,
t'ounty
fsen (
>t Da<
i-ad 11
p. of
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Irable
ttter
St
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It or
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lorial
Mil
hnprov
plitiet
The
late <:
15A
IIS COU
l< did
,'niver
Morris Bulk
- Burk, candidate for Metro
..--ioner in District 5. warned
inless we stop the petty
r.g Ui our County Govern*
the future of Dade County
in jeopardy."
ising his followers a "firm
?ion for building Dade
B future." Burk pledged to
the interest of the people
e County as a whole and
e fight to stop the bicker-
Mlf County Commissioners."
.-() promised "to seek de-
new industry, work for
roads and a fair share of
ate Road funds, fight for
zoning procedures, and
constructive program for
nior citizens, Jackson Me-
Hospital and the University
mi School of Medicine, and
ed public recreational fa
45-year-old Burk is a grad
Vanderbilt University h ith
'tegree in 1939. Following
rse ol studies at Vanderbilt
graduate work at Columbia
Mty.
*
Hardy Matheson
"Our economy is our number
Lie problem." said Hardy Mathe
n. candidate for the new Metro
Commission from District 8.
'And.' he added, "all decisions
Ind sion should be made with that in
nind."
A member of a pioneer Dade
family. Matheson has long been
identified with civic and charity
ork in the area. The World War
Navy veteran is making his first
kid for public office and is cam-
paign;:.g on a platform "designed
stimulate Dade's economy."
Matheson takes a strong stand
ljj;nn>- the proposed refineries on
uscayne Bay. "We need oil retm-
ties like the Atlantic Ocean needs
i)ore -alt."
iMatheson, his wife and four
pildnn live in South Dade Just a
|ile Horn Matheson Hammock, a
iblic park named after his grand
fcher. The Matheson family do
Ited most of the land for the
^thoon Hammock Park to the
nty. Over 1.000 acres of ocean
it property were also given to
c< .mty by the Mathesons for
creation of Crandon Park
Ralph Poston
\ R. Poston, native born
Miamian and president of Poston
Bridge and Iron, Inc.. running for
Metro Commissioner in District 8.
believes "it is time leaders in in-
dustry sought posts on the Metro
Commission and worked together
to improve Miami's industrial cli-
mate."
He decries "the tendency in!
many circles to tinker with Metro,
and predicts that "unless further
>leps are taken immediately not
only to attract new industry here,
but to keen the industry we have.1
Dade County will become a second
class area when the permanent,
population reaches a million.
"Tourism alone cannot support;
the area. We must have industrial
parks with suitable buffer areas
to lure industry and provide need-
ed jobs."
* ? 4
George Wilson
George Wilson said this week
"that you could not put individuals
in charge of projects, businesses,
or government who do not agree
with the principles and purposes
for which they were created.
"I have consistently supported
Metro and have been involved in
the defeat of each of the many
attempts that have been made to
destroy it. No other candidate j
for the office of mayor can make
that statement.
"In addition to my dedication to
the principles and purposes of
Metro, an occupant of the office
of mayor should be experienced in
local government. As a commis-
sioner of the City of Coral Gables
and then as a Metro commission-
er, I have acquired experience in
municipal and county government
that no other candidate can claim.
"My one and only ambition in
the field of politics is to make
Metro work. As a businessman. I :
am interested in and experienced j
in the elimination of duplication, '
production of cost, and increasing |
of efficiency. The economic fu-!
tine if Dade County and each of
its citizens demands that these
principles be applied to Metropoli-
tan government."
Al Landers
Al Landers is a candidate for
County Commissioner from Dis-,
trie! 2.
President of a dump truck firm,
he is treasurer of the Florida Cer- '
tificated Haulers Association and
executive director of the Engineer-
ing Contractors Association of
Dade County.
Landers has lived in Dade Conn
ty for 39 years. The 51-year-old
candidate is married and the fath-
er of lour children.
Landers propose! "a bill of
rights by Metro ordinance for the
municipalities, which would spell
out specifically what the munici-
palities may or may not do. plus
those thiHgS that are optional and
who has the option. Metro's suc-
cess depends on the help and co-
operation of the municipalities."
The candidate added that "many
of us who are pro-Metro realize
that Metro has its limitations, that
many function'- of government can
best be handled by the municipal-
ities where the people are closer
to their elected officials, and feel
that such functions should be more
clearly defined."
George Milhet
George Milhet. candidate for
Metro Commission representing
District 6. spoke before 1.100 peo-
ple at the Miami Springs Villas
Playhouse recently and outlined
his countywide program.
"Expanded business develop-
men to increase area payrolls" is
one of Milhet's major goals.
The catering business owner
also wants "ensolidation of ser- ;
vices, as voted six years ago. to
avoid duplication and make it
possible to bring about tax reduc-1
tions."
He is also strongly in favor of
the development of Interama for |
business and tourist activity from
Latin America.
u *
Alex Gordon
Adopting i platform of principles
and performance. Commissioner
Alex S. Gordon is campaigning
for reelection to the County Com-
mission on countywide projects
he says he has "initiated or sup |
ported."
Staffing headquarters at 2323
Biscayne Blvd.. and 845 Washing-j
ton Ave.. Gordon has named Ray
L. Stirling as general campaign
chairman. ___
"I have taken positive steps to -----
maintain our budget, without an
increase of millage, and feel still
greater economies are possible
Demanding full value for each dol-
lar spent, I believe my record as
the watchdog of the county treas-
ury is well-founded."
Gordon said that "in 1959, I
initiated a project to survey Dade
County's water and sewer needs
and the county now has a compre-
hensive master plan. A specific
project is to secure water from
a central source for some 160,000
homes now on well water.
Gordon also sees as "a prime
goal the continuing program for
cooperation among municipal
groups for joint purchasing, unifi-
cation of traffic engineering and
providing arterial roads. I be-
lieve in a cooperating community
ol municipalities but oppose out-
right and immediate elimination
oi municipal governments."
* r
T. D. O'Malley
Candidate for Commissioner in
District 4. Miami' Attorney t. D\*
O'Malley, 30, is the son of a for-
mer Wisconsin Congressman and
labor leader. He lives at 10555
NE 2nd Ave., Miami Shores.
He will work for "a prosperous
economy resulting from increas-
ed emphasis on tourism and at-
tracting new industries to stimu-
late economic growth."
"I favor speed-up of Interama
and other construction projects
here." says O'Malley, "because I
feel that unless Dade gets new
construction unemployment will
mushroom."
An honor graduate from the
University of Miami with a de-
gree in business administration
and the UM Law School, O'Malley
also attended Loyola in Chicago.
Chuck Hall
A County Commissioner since
1957. Chuck Hall, now a candidate
lor Mayor, emphasizes the need
for "vigorous leadership in a
Mayor,"pruVdignity and integrity."
Owner of a Miami Beach travel
agency, Hall, 46. is a graduate
of Northwestern University, and a
Navy veteran of World War II.
Active in real estate and invest-
ments on Miami Beach since 1948.
he is a member of 79 civic, poli-
tical, professional and fraternal
organizations here.
Hall lives at 975 Arthur Godfrey
Rd., and has served longer than
any other incumbent commission-
er.
His platform includes "economic
relief to the taxpayer through
new modern and clean industry,
increased tourist promotion non-
political planning and zoning and
fur reassessment 'guaranteeing'
tax reduction."
WHO'S BEHIND MILT THOMPSON? THE PEOPLE!
The little people know that Milt Thompson is truly a candidate of the people, by
the people and for the people. He's dedicated to their cause ... a public servant
for over 25 years and he's NOT backed by the selfish special interest groups.
Re-elect Milt Thompson to the Metro Commissionhe's endorsed by the people)
The Dade County Citizens Committee
Eastern Air Lines, local 702
Northwest Small Homeowners League
Miami Beach Reporter
North Dade Hub
American Federation of Labor
1 >(ir Federation of Teachers
Bakery Workers
Electricians Local
The Barber group
Post Office Clerks
American Guild of Variety Artists
Women's Committee on Political Education
Building A Construction Trades Council
Restaurant Employee
Firefighters
Letter Carriers
Dade County Employees
Sheet Metal Workers
Mianii Beach Times
Marine Engineers
Typographical Union
Operating Engineers
Brotherhood of Railway Car Men of Amer-
ica. No. 801
International Association of Machinists
. and thousands more!
JOIN THE PEOPLE VOTE ON PROVEN RESULTS!
Re-elect MILT THOMPSON TO THE METRO COMMISSION Pull Lever ISA
RE-ELECT MILT
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RESULTS
ELECT A STAND-UP FIGHTER .
A STAND-OUT CANDIDATE
TOM O'MALLEY
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
LEVER 21-A
ENDORSED BY DADE FEDERATION OF LABOR
ENDORSED BY THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS
.-. .
DON'T DESTROY
OUR TOURISM!
If we're to continue enjoying the benefits
of our main industry tourism we must
guard against attempts to pollute our Bay and
Beaches. Let's protect the beauty for which
Dade County is so famous. Hardy Matheson
encourages all necessary industry, but he is
unalterably opposed to oil refineries in our
wonderful community. This is a firm stand
taken by a dedicated native Miamian!
Hardy Matheson is a Qualified,
Experienced Candidate!
He's Endorsed by the Miami
Daily News!
EVERYONE IN DADE COUNTY CAN VOTE FOR
MILT THOMPSON PULL LEVER 15-A.
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Friday, January 24, \%<
White House Correspondent Vanocur
Will Address CJA Campaign Opener
S4NMR VANOKUR

Variety Club
Presents Trophies
Variety Club recently presented
"Great Guy."' "Great Gal'" and
'Good Samaritan" awards for 1963
in recognition ol "distinguished
volunteer service to Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital."
Recipients of the trophies were
Edward Melniker. as past chici
barker. "Great Guy;" Mrs. George
Mac-Lean, volunteers chairman at
the hospital. "Great Gal:" and J.
N. McArthur. noted business exec-
utive and philanthropist. "Good
Samaritan," for his aid in-Variety's
$2 million building program.
Ceremonies were held at Miami
Springs Villas with some 350
guests attending the banquet,
Rep. Claude Pepper, speaker ol
tile evening, lauded the members
of Variety Club for "14 years ol
sponsorship of your Internationally
recognized pediatric center which
serves 50.000 children annually in
the out-patient department alone."
New-installed chief barker. Tracy
Hare, hospital consultant who
helped to organize Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, succeeds William
T. Kruglak II.
FOR RELATED STORI
NBC News White House Corre-
spondent Sander Vanocur will be
special guest speaker at the cam
paign Opening Gala of the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal, it was
announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
campaign chairman.
The dinner at which Vanocur,
who has been White House corre-
spondent for four years following
his assignment as NBC Correspon
dent covering the activities and
subsequent campaign of then Sen.
John F. Kennedy, will take place
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Sun-
Ldaj evening, Feb. 9.
"We are delighted thai Van-
ocur has accepted our invitafion
to address our Black Tie cam-
paign opening gala," Rabbi Lehr-
Dr. Sorofi at Forum
Dr. Nathaniel Soroff, or the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education, will
speak on "Continuity and Survival
ol the Jews to the Ages" at the
bi-weekly forum ol the Workmen's
< irele Peretz School on Tuesday
evening at the school. 1545 sw 3rd
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Section B
Shown making plans for the Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter, B'nai
S'rr'-. Women, annual fashion show to be held at Westbrooke
'our.'.ry Club are (left to right) Mrs. Jake Froug and Mrs.
uiilee Ferdie, fashion coordinators; Jack Bolinger and Dav-
T linger, of Bolingers Apparel Shop; and Edith Zipp, who
will :Dmmentate the show.
Heartful of Fashions
Balkin Show Theme
tful nt Fashions" "ill be
I1 nt- of the Gilbert J Bal
In < pttr, B'nai B'rlth Women
Innui fashion show at Westbrooke
Countr Club on Wednesday at
|30 |
Zipp, The Jewish Florid
mm columnist, will com-
hcnti the show which will have
llothes trom Dollnger's Apparel
| .ki Women's Apparel. Bar-
n's Wear, all located at
>adeland, furs Irom A:irian Thai.
Ii.J .-- furnished by Jojeans
-ha D Wigs. Models' hair styles
nil : by Louis and Fred's Beauty
lalon
Mi d< are Mrs Henry Arman,
Mrs Stanley Bulbm. Mrs. Charles
Ferber, Mrs. Fred Feigenbaum,
Mr- Sherwin Glvel, Mrs. Ainslec
R. Ferdie, Mrs. Norman Pallot,
Mrs. Rona Rosenblum, Mrs. Her-
herl Ross, Mrs. Ira Segal, Mrs
Werner Sommer. Mrs. Norman
Weiner, Mrs. .lake Froug, Mrs,
David Wise
Modeling men's wear are Rob-
ert Friedman. Sidney Potlock.
Herb Ross, and Bernard Wein-
traub.
Fashion show coordinator is
Mrs Ainslee If. Ferdie. Assistant
fashion show coordinators are
Mr-. Jake Froug and Mrs. Murray
Pried. Ticket chairman is Mrs
lenneth Herman
Teachers Unit
Planning Ball
Dade County Classroom Teach-
ers' Association announces i t s
fifth annual Scholarship Ball on
Ft day evening, Jan. 31, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel
Purpose oi the annual event is
to raise funds l r lour new con-
tir.uing scholarships each year for
< bildren of Dade County teachers.
Mrs. Beatrice J. Stepkin, teach-
er at Coral W a y Elementary
School, head- I he Scholarship Ball
Committee, whose membership to-
tals 3D and includes Mrs. Ruth
Parish, in charge of tickets; Lew
Leon, reservations; Dr. Al Dernier
rd Mrs Edith Bleich, refresh
ments; Ann Kiburz, hostesses; and
Ralph Fistel and Maurice Sim-
mons, prizes.
Tins year- hall features contin-
uous dancing including two bands,
Mrs. Leonard Abramson and Mrs. Seymour Alterman, co-
chairmen of Temple Emanu-El's "Book of the Brunch" series,
meet with Dr. Irving Lehrman to discuss plans for the first
book review on Jan. 29. Dr. Lehrman will discuss "Cara-
vans," by James A. Michener. Projec' is sponsored by Sis-
terhood and PTA. Other sessions are scheduled for Feb. 19
and Apt. 7.
n
B j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
lives gathering tor the
nd nuptial- which will
luniti Carol Price and Barry
iMichael Cheren include the
bridegroom's brother and wife,
l.M: and Mrs, Stanley Cheren,
1 grandparents, Mr, ami Mrs
Louis Daitch, of New York. Mr
Mrs. Herbert Daitch and
Mr and Mrs Nathan Schwartz.
ion Also the bride-
brother and his ife, the
lelvin Prices, of New York, her
lt< r Sheila and husband Philip
.. Mr and Mrs. George
in, New Yorkers, and
"N'lniian Lyons Daugh-
the Jack I'rues. ol Kail
llii and son of Coral Gable-
and Mrs George Cheren,
aroh and Barry will be mar
ied on Sunday al Temple
Dmanu-El, with reception and
to follow at the Seville.

Five generations at the dinner
celebrating the silver wedding
(anniversary of Florence and Fh
[Kinbinder. Wednesday evening
Parly at the Candlelight Inn
hosted by Florence's father. Leon
fee llirsri .
Greal Day at the Races for
|Gr< ater Miami YMHA Its
|KCD program benelitted from
the luncheon and afternoon at
cal Park "Y" Pi'-i
pent, E Budd Cutler, who judg
led the ninth race troni the Win
hers Cirole, and wife Iris, hosts
a large group Guests al
lunch include! her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. David Schuham. Mrs
I se Aferams, community work
1 I world traveler, Dr. and
>- Irving Snow, winter visitors
Also Harry Gottlieb, visiting
from Fall River, Mass., who
came right trom the airport.
Mr.- Selig Snow. Mrs. Mel Lev-
enson, Mrs Seymour Weiss, Mrs
Edwin Cohen and Mrs. Harold
Webman, all of South Miami.
The Eugene Fleischers. of
South Miami, got away for a
lew days to the Palm Beach Bilt
nmre lor the annual convention
of the American Horse show
Association Gene is a rec-
ognized steward oi the national
tho oughbred group The
Fleischmans will be showing
some of their horses at the Sun-
shine Circuit this winter and
sprin
Eileen and Charles Bonaparth
al the De.iuville Hotel for a 10-
day visit The former Eileen
Schiff and family now live in
Cedarhurst and have three
youngsters, Betty Jane. Shelley
and Peter Her parents are
Lil and Harry Schiff. of Miami
Beach, and brother Neil, well
known builder, lives with wife
Barbara and their three in South
Miami.
Sylvia and Les Ariessohn and
daughters Jor.n and Ronnie back
lrom New York, where they at-
tended a Town Hall piano recital
given by brother Jerome Rap
paport Brought back the
rest oi the family for a reunion
here with sister and brother in
law Flo and Bernie Bloom and
Stuart Visitors include broth-
!: Morn- ;\n<{ wile Bather, na
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Friday. January 24, \%{
Mozart Birthday ** ** ""**
To be Honored

Miami
Beach Music and Art.-
Harry Levy. 350 Lincoln Rd.. has
qualified for membership in the
reading Producer's Round Ta
League and the Friends of Mozart y^-- Tjy. only resident of Dad?
of Miami trtn present an al.
Mozart program at the Cardlon
Hotel on Monday. 8:30 p.m. in
honor of Mozart's 208th birthday
Artists will be Eugene Dubois.
violinist; Herman Busch. cellist;
Charles Richards, pianist; Rose
Bynim, soprano; John Tone, bas
so; and Esther Barrett, piano ac-
companist
During the program, a $250
scholarship will be presented to
Charles Reskin in honor of Ruth
Brotman founder of the League,
and Herman Binder, president
emeritus.
Planning Committee for Temple Emanu-El's
3reakfast Forum Series, under the chairman-
ship of Dr. Sherman Kaplan, meets with Dr.
Irving Lehrman to discuss plans for the series.
Dr. Max Arzf, vice chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary, will be inaugural
speaker on "What Can We Moderns Believe?"
Committee members include (lef to right) seat-
ed Dr. Kaplan and Dr. Lehrman. Standing are
O. J. Rosenstrauch, Mrs. Seymour Alterman,
Mrs. Alexander Kogan, Michael Taines, Mrs.
Charles Rosenblatt, Joseph M. Lipton. Temple
President, Mrs. Max Boderman. Mrs. Leonard
Abramson. Mrs. Sherman Kaplan.
Pioneer Women Plan Activities Throughout Area
Mrs. Milton Green, president, thespians. They arc Mesdames lor Thursday. Feb. 6. 1 p.m. at
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer Fred Sandier, Charlotte Beil. Al
Women, announces a 'Tree of fred Stone and Maurice Kleiman.
Mrs. William Sokoloff is accompa-
nist.
New members will receive the
Pioneer Women's silver pin and
Washington Federal, 1133 Norman
dy Dr. On the agenda will be a
discussion ot the donor luncheon
to he held in March at the Foun-
tainebleau Hotel, and a report on
the recent luncheon at the Bel Air
Life" membership party to be
held on Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at the
Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Sally Barr.
membership chairman, is in charge
ol the evening. an Israeli product. Contest" for the' Hotel.
The latest Israeli film. "Valley, sj|ver filigree Israeli heirloom Bi-( Dr Celia Davis is to speak on
ol Hope." will be shown, and an |jle wiH ^ concluded.
original skit. "The Volunteer." is
Club 2, Mrs. Ida Liftman, presi-
dent, is having a party at the home!
of Mrs. Miriam Wolf man, 1565
Drexel Ave.. on Saturday at 8 p.m.;
Dov Chapter
Sets Celebration
Dov Chapter. Mizrachi Women.
will celebrate Tu BShevat at a
luncheon on Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Anna Block. 1643
SW 7th St.
Mrs. Block. Mrs. Nellie Bern-
stein, Mrs. Hose Kleinman and
Mrs. Fanny Tokayer, president,
all recuperating from recent ill-
nesses, will be honored.
Other officers of the chapter are
Mesdames Lena Foin-tcin. Mar-
tha Sacks, vice presidents; Max
Cluck, treasurer; Harry Personik
and Max S. Newberger, secretar-
ies.
County to win the awarJ. for Health
Insurance for the seventh consecu-
tive year. Levy is past president
ol the South Florida Association
o! Health Underwriters, an Sfiij
ate of International Association ot
Health Underwriters.
Past Presidents
To be Honored
Tribute will be paid -ro all bast
presi ents at the annual B*nai
B'rith of Miami luncheon in their
honor on Tuesday noon.
To be held in the Biscayr.c Ter-
ace Hotel, event is open to tV
public.
Modeled by members of B'nii
B'rith, Mary Norton's "Fashion ot
the Hours" will be presented, with
Mrs. William Sagman. comment a
tor. Hairstyles are by J, Bald]
Helen Hivoire, chanteuse. will en-f
tertain.
In charge of reservation> are
Mrs. Nathan Rubin. Mrs. Herman
Pearl and Mrs. Sagman.
current events
to be presented by the Kudimah
Beach Hadassah
Slates Author
Of Music Books
Second in a series of five book
reviews sponsored by the Miami j
Beach Chapter of Hadassah is ]
slated for Monday. 1:30 p.m.. at
the Algiers Hotel.
David Ewen will review his bio-
| rraphy, "The Life
i n d Music of
i e o r g e Gersh-
Ain." Ewen is au-'
hor of some 40
woks en every
acet of music. .
They have been
ranslated into
17 languages, in-
cluding Hebrew.
IWH Ewen has de-
voted his entire career in music
to the double mission of showing
that good music can be popular
and popular music can be good.
He is the authorized biographer of
Gershwin. Richard Rodgers and
Jerome Kern.
Ewen first met Gershwin in
1988.
In 1962-1963, Ewen wrote and
co-produced a series of 52 broad-
casts tracing the history of Amer-
ican popular music.
Ewen and his wife moved to
Miami last summer. Here he is
continuing to do research and to
write books on music.
Mrs. Rose Rasher will review
"Women Built a Land," by Ada
Maiman. at an Aviva Club meeting
on Thursday. Feb. 6. 12:30 p.m.
Evening will celebrate Arbor Day.! |fjg Alfred Lichtblau, president.
v. ill be in charge of the meeting to
Beth Israel Ladies
In Card Party
A card party, sponsored by the
Sisterhood ol Congregation Beth
Israel. Miami Beach, will be held
at the Coronet Hotel on JJednes-
itay at 8 p.m.
Chairing the affair are lira
Harry Rosenberg. Mrs. Murray
Rosenberg and Mrs Bernard Bas-
A regular meeting of Beba (del- be held at the First Federal Sav
son Chapter has been called by ings and Loan Association. 900 NE tacky.
Mrs. Dora Olferhenden, president, 125th St. Refreshments will be served.
Book Brunch
At Beth Am
Mrs. Robert Newman, president,
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am.
has announced a "Brunch for
Books" to be held on Wednesday.
10 a.m., in the Youth Lounge ol
the Temple. A book review will be
presented by Mrs. Herbert Batinv
gard.
In charge of arrangements are
Mrs. Dan Franco. Mrs. Morton
Notarius'and Mrs. Richard Alper.
Next art seminar, sponsored by
Sisterhood, will be held on Feb.
17 at the home of Mrs. Jack
Freeman. Chairman of the sem-
inars is Shirley Green.
The Very New and the Very Old
In the foreground Is Tel Aviv with its 20th Century excitementsmart
hotels and super markets, theaters and night clubs and a world-famous
beach. In the background is Jaffa with its ancient fascinationthe historic
Old Quarter, the "Pish Pesh" Market, the curio shops and memories of
the golden age of Solomon. Here is one of the newest cities in the world
loined with one of its oldest by a narrow sfreet that is many centuries
wide. Now a single city,Tel Aviv-Jaffa is, indeed, one of the many simchas
of modern Israel.
The Taste of Yuban Coffee
Every sip of Yuban is a Simcha in itself because it is the world's richest
coffee. The secret is aged coffee beans. To the most expensive Wend of
green coffees Yuban adds rare, aged coffee beans-for deep, dark,
delicious flavor.
^Vflaf8Mite*a-'is>*a<
'Mad Hatters Luncheon
Anne Frank Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold a "Mad Hatters
Luncheon" at the El Bolero, 3181
Coral Way. on Tuesday at 12:30
p.m.
Vflfg
Certified by Rabbi Hersch Kohri
K KOSHER-PARVE


Friday. January 24, 1964
* irMi#> flnrSdliifiiin
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See Kelmus
HadfcO Show
Bc.i Kelmus opi :i> the 1964 edi-
ion ui her "Stairway to the Stars"
"lci'-it\ -interview radio show in
he Chacota BVifhge of th OUS new Doral Beach Hotel this
week.
The program will be broadca.-t
lightly, cxivpt Sunday, from mid-
night to 2 a.m.. jind she again
plans to brin-i to her program the
;reat and near-great in show busi-
ness who make her microphone
I'terally a headquarters for big-
!'ame personalities visiting the Mi-
imi aria. WFL'N will carry the
"Stairway to the Stars" program
, to the listening audience.
The Chacota Lounge, in addition
to the Bea Kalmus show, features
Capt. Leo Gardner, El Al Israel Airlines district manager. Uie piano stylings of Marie Lewis
listens attentively to Yurika Mann, director of Jerusalem Art and her nightly
Center, who explains the painting, "Boats in Tiberias," by Party.
the famous Israeli artist Tov Bernard.
Sing-a-Long"
BfA KAIMUS
AEPhj AL-mncse
To Meet Monday
Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae As-
sociation oi Greater .Miami has
scheduled its' rirsrmembc. .sin
meeting of the year for Monday
at 10:30 a.m. The "coffee" will be
held at the home of Mrs. Da\
Rifas, 4635 Granada Blvd.
The Association was organized
in 1947 to serve AEPhi chapters at
the University of Miami and the
University of Florida. Mrs. How-
ard Katzen is president.
Chairman of the "coffee" is Mr-.
Morris Futernick. vice president.
Committee members include Mrs.
Richard Helfman, treasurer, Mrs.
Jerome Halpern. Mrs. Harvey Mil-
ler, reservations chairman, and
Mrs. James Gordon, publicity
chairman.
'

Israel Art Exhibit Opens on Beach
A prevue reception in F.I Al Is
reel Airlir.es headquarters this
week inaugurate! a series of art
activities to be presented in Great-
(i Miami by Miss Yurika Mann.
director of the Jerusalem Art
(enter.
CAJHtKtNE H. MHftlNGEft
Dade Federal
Exec Elected
Catherine H. Fahringer, assist-
ant vice president. Dade Federal
Savings and Loan Association of
Miami, has been elected president
ot the Florida Southeastern Chap-
ter of the American Savings and
Loan Institute.
Local chapter of the Institute,
National Educational Division of
the United States Savings and
Loan League, provides Instruction
in all phases of the savings and
h.an business for employees of
savings and loan associations in
Dade and Broward Counties.
other new officers arc vice pres
Mien's, Morton Trilling, Citisens
Federal Savings, and Robert Fa-
ton, Atlantic Federal Savings; sec
rctary, Helen Wooidridge, First
Federal i of Miami; treas-
urer, Jo Ann Cardwell, Hollyw od
Federal Savings.
Directors are Janet Petit, Holly-
.1 Federal Savings; Harry
Schneider, First Federal Sa\ ingi
of Browar.l County; Gordon Hig
ginbotham, Miami Beach Federal;
Stephen J. Waters Jr., Chase Fed
eral Savings.
Beginning Saturday, the Con-
temporary Art Collection from
Israel may be visited at 1077 Kane
Concourse, Bay Harbor Islands
Miss Mann will interpret the ex-
hibit to guests
Among those present at the pre-
\ue reception were Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Ansin, Rabbi and Mrs.
Mayer Abramouitz. Dr. and Mrs.
Sanel Beer. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard
Broad, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Behard,
Judge and Mrs. Milton Friedman.
Mr. and Mrs.-Sam FcLlman, Mr.
and Mrs Abram Fox. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Frank, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Granoff. Dr. and Mrs Max
Grata, Mrs. Harvey Greenspan,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gelernter.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glller, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Grobart, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gordon, Dr and Mrs.
George A. Graham, honored guest
Comm. and Mrs. Chuck Hall. Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Heatter. Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard llerscher. Rabbi and
Mrs. .Leon Kronish. Mr. and Mrs.
Enrique Kalusin, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Landy, Rabbi and Mrs
Irving Lehrman, Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Meyers..
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer May, I
Comm. and Mrs. Kenneth Oka.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Rose, Mr. and.
Mrs. Louis B. Rudnick, Mr and'
Mrs. Joseph Rubenstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Revitz. Mr. and,
Mrs. Leo Robinson. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Seltzer, Mr. and Mrs, Sam-
uel T. Sapiro, Mr. and Mrs.-Fabio
Saraga, and guest of honor Mr.
and Mrs. H. Franklin Williams.

Antiques Show
To Open Feb. 6
Antiques show and sale, sched- i
ulcd for Feb. 6 to 9 in Miami's
Bayiront Park Auditorium, will
feature heirloom treasures from
all over the globe on display and
[or sale.
Mr- F.thel Mae Boedy, unique
authority [POOl Cleveland, is gen-
eral managc-i of the show, the 23rd
she has brought to the Miami area.
Some SO dealers will exhibit.
Hours of the show are 1 to 11
p.m. daily. Tickets may be pur-
chased at the door.
On Saturday. Feb. 8. from 3:30
to "> p.m., the Zonta club of Great-
er Miami, an international service
club tor executive and professional
women, will sponsor a 'colonial
tea" for patrons at the show.
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Friday, January 24, 1354
Beth David Players will present an original
musical comedy, "Champagne Extra," in
Spector Hall this weekend, following a suc-
cessful showing last week. Shown (left to right)
are first row Rube Idels, director, Lilyan Brot-
man, Lynn Golden, Nora Abbott, Ruth Syrop,
Frank Rose. Second row are Helen Wein-
rraub, Minna Bloom, Lucille Alterman, Mary
Niditch. Third Row are Dick Reiseman, Stan-
ley Bornstein, Israel "Doc" Slutsky, Joseph
Forer, Bernie Hammersmith. Fourth row are
Bill Porter, George Saluk, Charles Temple and
Burt Sher.
Beth David Show Jun'0f Congregation Elected
On Boards Again
Beth David Players are present-
ing "Champagne Extra" again
this weekend at Spector Hall, Cor-
al Way and SW 27th Rd.
The musical comedy, a spoof on
Ihe catering business, directed by
Rube Idels, played to capacity
audiences during its first engage-
ment last weekend.
Remaining performances are
scheduled for Saturday and Sun-
day, with curtain time 8:30 p.m.;
Admission is $2.
Junior Congregation of Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center recently
elected Ira Gordon, cantor; Rabbi,
Ricky Strul; gabolm, David Mc-
Cabe and Stuart Mahler, They will
conduct the services during Janu-
ary and February.
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AJCong. Women
To See Fashions
Mrs. Harvey E. Kramer, presi-
dent, and Mrs. Mortimer Janko,
chairman ot the Donor Luncheon
Committee, have announced that
the "Chai" donor luncheon of the
Florida Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will be held
Friday, Jan. 31, at Chandler's
Restaurant.
Highlights of the afternoon will
include a showing of original fash-
ions designed by Stella's of Bay-
Harbor Island, and a cantata per
lormed by the Louise Wise Chap-
ter Octet under the direction ol
Mrs. Binah Barnett.
Members of the Octet are Mes-
dames Joseph White, Geraldine
Kunken, Shirley Greene. Augusta
Goldman, Gertrude Mogul, Nata
1 Utal. Devorah Kram. Evelyn Levy
, and Mitzi Schwartz,
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Betty
Alderson, tour director ol the
' American Jewish Congress.
Serving on the luncheon coin-
: mittee are Mesdames Ir\ inu Kap
Ian, Harvey F.. Kramer, Joseph
White, Sadye Raymer and Jack
Shapiro.
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main dishes! The snack su-
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delicato zest to dips and
spreads.
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JFCS Women Plan Opening
k.<. been issued by ing the areas of service provided
invitations have been < COnunuiiitar by Jewish Fan,.
Ihe women's Cmnmrttee oJewisn cmrm>t service, a mem-
Family and Children s Servic organiHitloa of the Cm,t,,i
,nc first membership tun uml ;inH ,ho Greater.#Ur- .],
1964. |sh FeOtMAkafln-
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Sing al I p.m. on Friday, Jan. hership vice president, u i
"l at the Washington Federal
auditorium. 899 NE 167th SI at
cording to an announcement l>>
Mrs. Mona T. Kline, Women 8
Committee president.
A feature of the program will
be the Agency drama group in
-The Sweel Potato Vine." bj Bar
bara Kay Davidson, one of the
Familv Service Association of
America's "Plays for Living"
series
Workshop discussion following
the play will be moderated by
Leon Fisher, executive director,
Jewish Family and Children's Ser
vice.
This "ill be the first .if two
separate workshop affairs stress
Cardiac Ball
Hopes Seating
Will Hit 1,000
Two "distaff" members of the
Board of Governors of National
Children's Cardiac Hospital. Geri
Goldberg and Audrey Fairmont,
are virtually devoting lull time
Ihese days handling reservations
and tickets lor the hospital's an-
nual Coronation Ball schedule.! for
S;.t'.irda> in the Napoleon Room
ol the Deauville Hotel
"We're hoping to hit attendance
of a thousand this year.'' says Mrs
Goldberg, who also is assistant
secretary and chairman of hospi-
tal services for Miami's interna-
tionally-known children's heart
center devoted exclusivel) to the
care and treatment of rheumatic
and congenital heart diseases in
children.
fn asking support for the an-
nual benefit affair. Co-Chairman
R. Williams Apte emphasized that
no solicitation for funds will be
made at the ball Highlights of the
program will be the coronation of
the new King and Queen of the
Land of Mending Hearts, and en-
tertainment by ever-popular Jim-
my Durante and his entire show.
0ip vice president, is
charge of invitations and reser-
vations.
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Friday. January 24. 1964
vJewlstrhrldian
Page 5-B
So. Shore UN Unit Bank Names Schwartz
To Hear Speaker
'The Needed Psychological
Changes for Peace to Counteract
the Cold War" will be the topic
explored by Prof. James Tedeschi,
of the University of Miami, at the
next regular meeting of the South
Shore Unit, American Association
for ihc United Nations, on Monday.
8 p.m., at Washington Federal
Savings and Loan, 1234 Washing-
ton Ave.
A movie, 'Tlie International
Atom," will also be shown, nar-
rated by Dr. Solomon Lichter,
principal of Ida M. Fisher Junior
High School.
The meeting is open to the pub-
lic, and Abraham A (irunhut is
president.
At an annual stockholders' meet-
ing of the Metropolitan Bank of
Miami, Harry B. Schwartz was
elected to the Board of Directors.
Secretary-treasurer of Precision
Metal Products, Inc., Miami,
Schwartz has been active in manu-
facturing and financial circles in
the area since 1947. Named assist-
ant cashiers in the Installment
Loan Department of Metropolitan
Bank at the same meeting were
Louis R. Piehler and Claude A.
Brown.
Women's Groups of the YM and YWHA of
Greater Miami are honored in connection
with their "Day at the Races" conducted last
Wednesday ct Tropical Park, when the nin'h
race was named in their honor. At the con-
clusion of the race, the winner's trophy was
preserved by A. Budd Cutler (left), "Y" pres-
ident. Shown with Cutler (left to right) are
his wife, Iris; the jockey, Walter Blum; the
trainer, C. L. Robbins; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wechsler, co-chairmen of the event.
M;; Samuel T. Scpiro (center) was hostess recently at a
special morning coffee in honor of the Greater Miami Wom-
en's Division. American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Mrs. Samuel Simonhcff, president of the group, is now arrang-
ing meetings that will tc'.:e place in the Coral Gables, South
Dade and North Miami Beach sections of the city. Serving on
the commi'.'.ee for the Woman of the Year luncheon recently
and shown ct the coffee are Mrs. Jack Katzman (left) and Mrs.
Carl Weir.kle (right). _______ ____
Beauty Pageant Entries Accepted
iv Greater Miami doors to the
1%4 Miss America Pageant open-
ed this week when Miami Jay-
cees began accepting applications
from contestants in the Miss Mi-
ami Pageant scheduled for Bay
lront Park Auditorium on Mar. 20
and a possible successor to the
1963 Miss Florida, Flora Jo Chan
donnet.
Contest coordinator, Mrs. Gloria
Siegel, announced that more than
S2.000 worth of prizes will again
be offered to the Miss Miami win-
ner, including a seven-day cruise
and a sub.equent three-day cruise
to Nassau. Applications received
during the coming week will pro-
vide eligibility for early entrants
to receive a weekend cruise.
Requests for applications >"nould
be directed by phone or mail to
Mrs. Siegel at 1085 SW 79th Ave.
Nurses 'Capped'
At Mt. Sinai
Fifty student nurses at Mt. Sinai
Hospital's School of Practical Nurs
:ng were "capped" Thursday niyht
in the hospital's Wolfson Auditor-
ium. The capping ceremony desig-
nates successful completion of the
freshman period, and student- will
rontinue their training until grad-
uation in August.
The traditional ceremony was
preceded by a buffet dinner in
honor of alumni members oi the
school who participate in the cap
ping by removing thiir own caps
and placing t'lem on Hie heads ol,
the new recipients.
Program included greetings from
J. Gerald Lewis, president ol the
hospital; Dr Jacob Neber, on be-
half of the Nursing Committee;
Mrs, Yale Levenson. vice prcsi
dent of the Women's Auxiliary;
and Samuel Gertncr. executive di-
rector.
Chairman of the evening was
Mrs. Philip Lcfkowitz, chairman
oi the School's Scholarship and
Loan Committee. Mrs. Carmen F.
Ross, director of nursing and nurs-
ing education, spoke on the signifi-
cance of the capping and students
; were presented for capping by
i Mrs. Adeline Haiduck, assi.-tant
director of nursing education.
Memorial Plaque
To be Dedicated
Ceremony dedicating a memorial
plaque at Flagler-Granada Jewish
Center will be held in the chapel
on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will con-
duct the services, assisted by Can-
tor George Goldberg, with the
collation to follow, hosted by the
Sisterhood.
Names to be unveiled are Joseph
Abelson, Mary B. Adclman, Ida
Brandt. Bessie Brown, Morris
Cherry. Minnie Coverman, Abra-
ham Cow en, Dorothy Donner,
Abraham Elitzky, Reva Goldberg,
Lana Farkas. Morris Farkas, Alex
Iritsch, Arthur Gcnandes, Harry
Hirsh. Samuel P. Kudwitt.
Also Louii Leand. Rhoda Mar-
golis, Zisel Oslrolf>ky. Berel Os-
troffsky. Helen Rosenberg. Sausa
Rothberg. Jacob Rothberg. Louis
Shankman, Robert Shcr, Rose
Shulnian. llynuui David Wagner.
Suburban League
Benefit Banquet
Carol Lawrence and Myron Co-
hen will CO-Star at the benefit ban-
quet of the Suburban League on
Sunday. Feb. 9. at the Deauville
Hotel.
Proceeds will go to Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, the club's sole
charity project of the year, accord-
ing to Mrs. Charles Himmel, pres-
ident.
Mrs. Morris D. Levitt is banquet
chairman, with Mrs. Larry Miz-
ach in charge of reservations.
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Guests on the program will be
Itabbi Morriccai Kir-hblum. presi-
dent. Mizrachi Hapnel Hsmiz-
rachi; Mr;. Alfred Stone, region-
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ol Florida: and Mrs. Alexander
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*Jewis*FIcrtdton
Friday, January 24, 1964
Shown loading Ship-a-Box toys collected by Islands Division; Mrs. Arthur Weider. Bay Di-
children of the Sunday Schools of Greater vision; Mrs. Sherman Feinstock and Mrs. Peter
Miami are the Ship-a-Box chairmen of Greater Hornik, Evening Division; Mrs. David Kramer.
Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Shores Division; and Mrs. Sheldon Slote, over-
Women. Left to right are Mrs. Jason Berk- all Section chairman, standing with Mel Min-
man, Indian Creek Division; Mrs. Irving Miller, inson of Eagle Shipping.
Sisterhood Sabbath
Set at Beth Sholem
Temple Beth Sholem, Holly-
wood, designated .Ian. 17 and
18 as Sisterhood Sabbath. Mrs.
Faske. Seymour Gelber. Randy
Christmas, Ed Klein and Aram
Irwin Salitsky, Sisterhood presi- Qosh-rarian
dent, announced that Temple Beth; ^ ^ affilia|ion with tnc
State Attorney's office for the
Sweet Sixteen
For Candy Berman
Mr. and Mrs. Al Berman. of SW
24th Jid.. were hosts to. a Svvee
Sixteen party in honor of their
daughter. Candice (Candy, at-
tended by 42 guests a. a luncheon
given at Leonard's LaPena last
Saturday afternoon.
Candv is in her jun.or year at
Coral Gables High School where
she is active, and belongs to Beth
David Youth.
In keeping with her name she
wore for the occasion a red and
white dress with "cand>"striped
bouffant skirt.
Rivkinds Feted
At Farewell"
A "going away" party for Per
ry and Dolores Rivkind at their
North Dade home was attended
bv more than 150 guests, with
County Commissioner Alexander QeaCL /|OI1IStS
S. Gordon the guest of honor. 7^~ r l_i-
Rivkind is on a leave of ab- HeCsT RaDDI
sence from the State Attorney s
office. He has enrolled at Flon-
SA aS' lltrimS i* noon a. Wa.dman's Hotel,
ogy. Rivkind and his family will Gueat speakei wu RM Joseph
Hve on the university campus. S. Shubow, o. Temple B na, Moshe.
Among guests were State At- ''">-""1
tornev Richard E. Gerstein. Metro, A veteran Zionist author and
Sheriff T A. Buchanan. Col. Jessie linguist, Rabbi Shubow. who re-
Barkett and Metro Judge Freder- cently returned from a trip to
ick Barad. Dr. Erwin Stasek and Russia, discussed "Jews Behind
Dr. Demi Maincric. of "Miami the Iron Curtain as 1 Saw Them.
Dade Junior College. Assistant I)r .\|,ra|iam wolfson talked on
State Attorneys Adele Segall currcnl events. Evening was
CANDV BERMAN
Miami Beach Zionist District
weekly luncheon club met Wednes
Sholem Sisterhood numbers 350
members "and is one of the ex-
tremely active Sisterhoods affil-
iated with the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue Panmcn'
of America."
Sabbath projects play an im-
portant part in Sisterhood pro-
gramming and implementation,
she said.
Last Friday, at the late Temple
I Beth Sholem service at 8:15 p.m.,
! the observance of Sisterhood Sab-
: past two years, Rivkind served
with the Metro Public Safety De
chaired by Jacob C. Fishman.
Available All Year Around
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Also Moshgioch if Required
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Friday Evening
Temple Beth Sholem of Hollywood Sisterhood includes seat-
ed (left to right) Mrs. Morion Levin, program vice president; bath took place. Rabbi Morton
Mrs. Irwin Sali'sky. Sisterhood president. Standing (left to | *&?**' V*****1 _****** ***
right) are Mr.'. Bernard Stepper, youth activities vice pres-
cient; Rabbi Morton Malavsky, spiritual leader of Beth Sho-
.em; Mrs. Milton Klier, fund-raising vice president, making
plans for Sisterhood Sabbath. Not present are Mrs. Ernest
Seiner, coordinator; and Mrs. J. Leonard Fleet, membership
vice president.
| Sholom, wrote a special religious
j commentary on some Sabbath
I "Why's and Wherefore"s." The
j script was presented during serv-
ice by the president and four vice
presidents. Sisterhood Sabbath co-
ordinator is Mrs. Ernest Steiner.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks announce:
Mendel Fisher To Dedicate Me Ami Book
WILL SHARE
My lovely, very lavishly furnished
apartment on ocean with refined
a father, son and daughter Shabbat "" '" *s. Call Monday ar
iit the late Friday evening service Tuesday after 5. Phone 531-3191.
'\ill be dedicated to the students -~ -~- ~-~-~- e ol the Temple's Religious School------ ----------------
and their parents. The Young Ju- B>w^^^r^^^
daea Group which meets at the \
Temple will also be honored. ?
Howard Manhoff. of the Relig- ?
ious School, will deliver a >ermon- \
ette honoring his classmates. ?
On Sunday, during a
REAL ESTATE
LICENSE SCHOOL
breakfast tor students and their *
Mendel N. Fisher, Zionist leader
. ho has dedicated much of his life
tj Ac Jewish National Fund of
America, will be guest speaker at
overal important functions being
arranged for his forthcoming visit
to Greater Miami.
For many years, he was
deputy member of the Zionist Ac-
tions Committee and in connec-
tion with the First Israel Bond
Issue, served as general advisor
to the Zionist Organization of
America.
parents, honor students of the first ?
a innately $200,000,000 was mobilized semester will be named.
lor redemption of land there. Chairman of the school commit- \
Fisher comes to Greater Miami tee is Letter Shapiro. Teachers ?
to dedicate the Me Ami Golden' include Rabbi Brooks Mrs. Reu- l
Book which was inaugurated at a ben Lederman and Mrs Nathan ? 4
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< I the United Israel Appeal, and is
board member of the United
Israel Appeal and of the executive
<: the Zionist Organization of
America.
Recognized as an outstanding
fund-raiser in this country, during
his incumbency as executive direc-
tor of the JNF, land-purchasing
arm of the State of Israel, approx-
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Friday. January 24. 1964
Women's Confab
Hears Dr Shapiro
Secretary of the National Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture Dr. J^-
dah .1. SKaniro keynotea a I'at
tern for Survival" conference last
week co sponsored by the Feeler
;.tion of Jewish Women.
Isolating the thread of Jewish
Mirvival to the community at lar.ne,
Dr Shup'ro stressed that "although
n.any here have a strong personal
Interest toward an individual
agency, yOU must also share this
allegiance with the central source,
the Federation, in order for the
total community to grow and pro-
vi e better and more efficient ser-
vices for all."
The seminar was sponsored by
the Federation of Jewish Women
in cooperation with the American
Jewish Congress, American Tech-
liion Society Women's Division,
B'nai Brith Women, Hadassah,
Mizrachi. National Council of
Jewish Women, Brandeis Univer-
sity N.itiodds. Women's Committee.
Pioneer Women, Women's Ameri-
can ORT. i'nd American Friends
of the Hebrew University.
Two panel sessions were held in
the morning. "Youth in Our
Changing World." moderated by
Mrs Milton Sirkin. and "The Hu-
man Rights Struggle." moderated
by Mrs. Sue Felt Stevens.
Panelists were Mrs. Burton
Coldstein, Mrs. Audrey Finkel
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City of Hope Wilt
Honor Paskow
Miami Beach Chapter, City of
Hope, annual Leukemia Day lun-
cheon will be held on Wednesday
noon in the Fontaine Room of the
1 Fontainebleau Hotel. Chairman is
Mis Bernard Holfman.
Larry Paskow, of the Harbor
Island Spa, will be honored.
Entertainment will feature
George Deuitt. master of ceremon-
ies, Jimmie Durante, Pepe Miller,
Jimmy Holmes, Charlotte Kay.
' with music by Sammy Lane and
his orchestra.
Reservations chairmen are Mrs.
Max Amhowitz and Mrs. Harriet
Edwards.
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(left 'o right) Dr. Judah J. Shapiro, guest speaker; Dr. Irving
Lehrman. 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal chairman; Mrs.
Charles P. Fienberg, chairman of the day, and Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, program chairman.
stein, Mrs. George Simon, Sey-
mour Samet. executive director of
the American Jewish Committee, [
Use Earl, Women's Division direc-1
tor of the American Jewish Con-
gress, Nathan Pcrlmutter, execu-l
live director of the AntiDefama-j
t'on League of B'nai B'rith. and
Minnie Feinberg, executive secre-;
lary of the National Council of |
Jewish Women.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, campaign j
chairman of the 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal, and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. campaign chairman of
the Women's Division, also ad-
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BOBBIE BAIRD
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector shown with Thomas Fami-
glietti, Miami sculptor, who executed bas relief of the Spec-
tors, which hangs in the lobby of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
for other significant Spector contributions to the hospital.
AT CEREMONIES HERE JAN. 31
Cedcrs Dedicates Spector Pavilion
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Dedication ceremonies officially
opening the Spector Pavilion at
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital have
been announced,
President Harry I.. Lewis has
t Friday, Jan 31, as "Dedica-
tii n Day" ol the M\t!i floor "f the
li spital. The area was endowed
Mrs Samuel Spector,
i trusti t ol Ihe hospital since
"it the surgical
.....Is i" the i x]
i Hi.' upper three
is is virtually completed at the
hospital as parl oi the current Si.-
. nilding program Matching
funds v.. re supplied by a Public
Works Acceleration grant, and the
remainder to be obtained from
public contributions,
Cedars' officers, medical staff
and trustees will greet members
ol the Spector family at the fes-
tive occasion Jan. 31, 2 p.m.. on
the sixth floor.
Expected to attend the rinbon-
cutting ceremonies will be Irving,
Julius. Louis. Klmor and Barnett
Spector, sons of the Sam Spectors,
and other members of the family-
living in the south Florida area,
all of whom have been active in
support of the hospital.
\ highlight of the dedication
.. ogram will be the installation of
life-size color paintings of Mr. and
Spector in specially illumin-
.! niches located In the Nurses'
Service Area on the sixth floor,
The Sam and Mary spector Pa
vilion was made possible through
a $100,000 endowment, which was
Temple Sinai
Plans Functions
On Saturday at 8:30 p.m., Tem-
ple Sinai Sisterhood is running a
card party at the Temple auditor
him. Refreshments will be served.
Second seminar of Temple Sinai
adult education program will get
under way on Monday. 8:30 p.m..
when Rabbi Daniel Lowy will in-
itiate a course in comparative re-
ligion with a discussion of Islam
in relation to Judaism, ionises will
run for a five week period on Mon-
day nights through Feb, 24
tin Saturday night, Feb. 22, un-
der the auspices of Temple Sinai
Si terhood, there will be I U
Las Vegas Night.
Chicago Club Meeting
The Chicago Club is holding a
games party on Sunday, 8 p.m., In
the Napoleon Room of the Dean-
ville Hotel.
Surfside Center
Planning Events
Events at the Surfside Commu-
nity Center include a "Share a
Hobby Group." conducted by Mrs.
Marion Schwitzer, which meets
every Wednesday afternoon in
Room ioo from l to 3 p.m.
Every other Wednesday night
from 8 to 10 p.m.. the Senior Citi-
zens Club meets in the Auditor.-
urn. Next meeting is Jan. 29
dressed the group.
The invocation was delivered by
president of the Federation of Jew-
ish Women, Mrs. Anna Brenner
| Meyers.
Chairman of the "Pattern for
j Survival" program was Mrs.
Charles P. Feinberg. Mrs. Sol'
Goldstein served as program chair-
', man. Mrs. Larry Friedland was
arrangements chairman; Mrs.
lean C. Lehman, organization co-
ordinating chairman; Mrs. Gerald,
' P. Soltz, chairman of hostesses;
and Mrs. Milton Lubar. assistant
, at the door
donated to the new hospital in the
: a-i year.
Trustees and officers .scheduled
(o participate in the grand opening
program will include Stanley C.
Myers, Samuel T. Sapiro, Sam Lu-
by St., Ben Novack, E. Albert.
PallOt, Da-id StUZin, Sidney M
Aronovitz, Morris Lomaskin, Sid-
i ey Lefcourt, R o b e r t Russell,
K, Bronstein, R, Williams Apte,
Elliott Blumentbal, Irving Cypen,
ph A Garfield, Herbert Ge-
lernter, L K. Goldman, Morris
kl.iss. William 15. MacDonald. Jr..
Nathan B. Rood. Sol C. Shave.
Saul Silberman, Harold Thurman,
Joseph Weintraub, Stanley II.
Wolff, Dr. Victor Dembrow, Dr.
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Friday. January 24. 1364
ULYAN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
When Lilyan Sobcl was a youngster, she liked to sew and paint.
Best of all. she liked to make doll furniture. She went to Pratt In-
stitute in Brooklyn, where she studied fashion design and interior
decorating. She went to work for R. H. Macy, doing interior deco-
rating. During that summer, she went to an adult camp Camp
Copakewhere she met her future husband, Paul, who had the rid-
ing stables and was riding master.
I'aul taught her to ride that summer,
when they fell in love. That was 29 years
ago and they are still in love. At first, they
used to ride through Prospect Park at least
three times a week, but they later gave up
horseback riding for golf. Then Lil gave up
.-ill to leave Paul.as the exclusive golfer in
the family.
After living in Miami for five years, the
Sobels moved back to New York, where they
bought an automatic chicken farmwhich
means buttons were pushed for everything ex-
cept to make the chickens lay eggs. But the
Sobels had sand in their shoes, and after a
year of pushing automatic chicken buttons,
they moved back to .Miami.
Daughters Marcia and Helen were just
the right number ol years apart so that it
seemed to Lil she was always going to PTA
meetings. Lil was active in Terah Group of Hadassah. taking H-Day
chairmanship for three years. An expert knitter, Li] knitted nine
sweaters when Marcia went to Syracuse University. Now Marcia
is in her senior year at the University of Miami, and Helen goes
to high school, so they can share the sweaters. The four Sobels like
each others company. They have taken many trips together, Cali-
fornia. Nassau, the West Indies, but now that the girls are older,
the pattern was broken when Marcia went otf to Europe last year
by herself.
All these years. Lil has dabbled in interior decorating, going
back to school and taking courses. She has lost interest in meetings
and playing cards. Up to now, Paul has felt that Lil's hobby was
a play toy. but when he realized that her desire to express herself
was serious he said "Go aheadincorporate." So soon there will
be a new sign, "Lilyan Sobel, Interiors."
* *
THEY WERE SURROUNDED
The few men at that beforethe-planning meeting for the Festival
of the Arts at the Roney Plaza recently were completely in the min
oritj. President Henry King Stanford, of the University of Miami.
Oscar Eberhart, oi the Miami Beach Library, Jack Gordon, who chair- i
ed the meeting with Amu. Brenner Meyers, H^nk Meyers and David ,
Hochberg did manage to get in a lew hundred words, however. Mrs.
G. David Schine, cool in ivhite, was sitting next to Mrs. Jerome Kip
nis, whose dark eyes [lashed as she became more and more interest-
ed in the conversation. Across from her was Mrs. Jack Courshon. An-
na Brenner Meyers came 'rom court looking smart an:l lawyerish in a
black suit and i tiny black pillbox. Jack Gordon's wife, Barbara,
sat between Mrs. Irving Dhrman and Mrs. Charles Feinberg. Across
from Belle Lehrman was Lynn (Mrs. Louis) Wolf son. looking spring-
like in shocking pink in spile of the bleak clay.
MOSTLY SCREW DRIVERS
But the kind of screw drivers made with orange juice were the
ones served at the Open House that Jerry and Larry Friedland had
in honor of their son. Ronald, and his wife. Bette. Daughter Shelley
had gone to Chicago to visit the young Friedlands, where she had
seen snow for the first time in her life. They returned to the sun
and the Open House Amcng the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Kagan and daughter. Sheila, who was Bette's maid of honor. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Feinberg, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sossin, Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Greene. Dr. and Mrs. Gabriel Szekley. Pixie Hertz and Bar
bara Hoberman.
*
ROLL CALL OF ALPHA EPSILCN PHI
For the umpteenth time, the roll call was taken at the Alpha
Ep^ilon Phi Holiday Luncheon. It would have been exciting if Dinah
Shore had been there, but she wasn't. Among those answering were
Mrs. Morris Burk. Inez Krensky, Miss Marilyn Cohen, Mrs. Norman
Brown. Mrs. Samuel Elir.off. Mrs, James Grodon. Mrs. Howard Hirsch.
Mrs. Stanley Jonas, Mrs. Leonard Jacobson, Mrs. Sherman Kaplan.
Mrs. Howard Scharlin. Mrs. Mark Roth, Mrs. Leonard Rosendorf.
Mrs. Marvin Zank, Mrs. Herbert Wilensky. Mrs. Mel Muroff and Mrs
Sol Leslie, with her new daughter-in-law. John's wife. Beverly I.el-
court, whose husband Jeffrey, just won the Wharton School Award,
and who was visiting the Senior Lefcourts. Sylvia and Sidney, insisted
that the lights were too dim to see anyone properly. Wait until vou
get a little older Beverly. You won't object to the dim lights at the
Gallery Theatre Restaurant or any place else.
* *
HOLIDAY FANFARE
Miss Milstein
In Taffeta Gown
Madrid Room of the Seville Ho-
tel was the setting on Saturday
evening, Jan. 18, for the marriage
of Ronnie Swsan, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Milstein, of
Bay Parks Towers, to Fred K.
Honigman. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Myron Honi-
gan, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. of Temple
Beth Sholom, performed the cere-
mony which was followed by a re-
ception at the hotel.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a lull-length white,
silk-faced taffeta gown enhanced
with alencon lace, and full chapel
train. The triple tier veil of French
imported illusion fell from a crown
ol pearls and iridescent bends,
and she carried a cascade of white-
lilacs and red roses. She was at-
tended by Miss Karen Rosenman.
Best man to the groom was Steve
S. Sintros, and the bride's brother.
Lylc H. Milstein. ushered.
The new Mrs Honigan was edu-
cated at the Cold Spring- Harbor
Easl Side School and Huntington
High. She received a BS degree
from Pennsylvania State I diver-
sity, where she was a National
Honor student in the School ol
Homo Economics, Now doing grad
uate work a* the University oi Mi-
ami, she is also teaching handi-
capped children for the Miami
school system.
The bridegroom is a cum laude
alumni's ot the William Penn
Charter School He attended the
University of Pennsylvania, Mi-
ami University and Temple I ni-
Goluboffs Tell
Helene's Troth
.Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Golu'mfi,
of Far Rockaway, N Y.. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Hclene, to Jack A. Hcrshrrua. son
of Mr and Mrs. ll>man Chodock,
18811 NW 12th Avc, form-:-!y of
Pittsburgh, Pa.
The wedding will lake p ..ee on
May 31.
MRS. MO HONIGMAN
'. n vl-'-
,,,-. cvlucal '
I al the Pi n
row i
a as art i :
Cut Icr R
Miami.
Aft( r a
couple will live in Philadelphia,
where Mr Honigman will coi
work on doctoral studu an
leach al Temple I'nivi isity.
Grant, Weil Exchange Vows
Afternoon nuptials on Sunday,
Jan. 19, united Sheila Cay. daugh-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Weil,
3475 Meridian Ave.. and Gerald
Harvey Grant, son of Mr. and Mrs
Julius Grant, 1314 NE 151st St.
\ .i.M..|.
MRS. GERALD GRANT
Mrs. Swirsky To
Be Welcomed
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the
Israelite Center will welcome the
wife of their new spiritual leader.
Mrs. Shmaruahy T. (Ida) Swirsky,
.it a luncheon next Wednesdaj
noon in the Social Hall
Mrs, Swirsky. formerh of Beth
El and Temple Sascatoon, Can-
ada, is well known lor her activi
ties.
Proceeds will go to the religious
school. .Mr-. Alice Pomerantz is
chairman of the luncheon. Mrs
Sara .Mitchell is chairman
Ihe tickets.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offici
Mod at ihe double ring candlelight
ceremon> .>' Temple Menorah in
a setting oi royal blue, white and
turquoi.-c w ith touches >>i pink
A reception followed in the home
ol Ihe bridi 's paternal gram
(ni-. Mr. and Mrs Murra) Weil,
7933 Norcmic.
Thi bride's maternal gran par
i Mrs. < harles Siegel
oi Chicago, and the bridegroom's
Mr and Mrs Ben-
G ant, "i Boston, and Mr
Mr- Morris Fold man, i i Mi
.ir.i. ed I Iding
: h> Mrs R I Bass,
the bride 'elected a t radii
n of hnd
al satin. I
able train, Ihe sheath featun
p recklinc applique I
and peai Is and lhre<
sleeves I lusion fell
from ,i pi arlized rosi
ni' l a i asi ade ol rchid ind cai
complement
ed the cosi
The bridi roon itcnd
Jerald Snei c r, bcsl man and Mi
chael Wed. brother of the
ushered.
Alter a honeymoon in Mexico,
the newly weds will live al 1369 No
Glades Dr,
Nov. a denial hygienist, the bride
> a graduate of Miami Beach
High, where she was a member ol
'he Honor Society She attended
the l niversity ol Florida and can:
''l '""' BS degree in denial h\
giene al Columbia I niversit> Her
sororitj is Delta Phi Epsilon.
An alumnus ol Brooklinc Huh
Si hool in Boston, Granl has a de-
fee ni phi rmacj from the Uni-
versity of Connecticut and is a
member ol Alpha Beta Ome
ol

At Diane and Leonard Treister's home, in a long gold hostess gown
Diane greeted guests arriving in honor of Carol Hauley, whose mar-
riage to Burton Cohen had just taken place In the chambers of Circuit
Judge George Schultz. wiih live Circuit Judge- as witness) G tests
included Anette and Alvin Savage, Petay and Bob Koepell, Dons and {% AIIERVC 3n a oi -..
L iter Goldstein, Mrs. Arthur Treister, .loan and Morns Lunsburg I "^UErv ^ CKA SHOP
Gerry Lou and Benedict Sllvcrman, Mrs. Lillian Cohen, Judge and '
Jason Berkman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rosen, Marilyn and
George Simon and the Isadora Hechts, Helyne and Kenneth Treister
had to miss the party. They were in Nassau with their sons Charles
and .Man. for the holidays along with Helyne's two sisters and
their families, well as her parents, the Simon Bresslers of At-
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lull AMI Beach Mizrachi held
" its animal dinner Sunday
evening at the Deauville Hotel
Rabbi Mord e e a i EUrshblum,
president of Mizrachi Hapoel-
Hamirrarhj was guest speaker
al the event winch honored
( miH-ilman Hynian IV Galbut.
For this occasion, Mrs Galbut
(elected I silver lame sheath
,:, ket. H e r m ;i n Bisenberg v as
chairman "i the evening, and
Mrs Ei I erg w< re .in ensem-
ble i o m Austria, featuring
champagne-colored ribbon knit
with ; silver metallic thread
nto the fabric \ waisl
h jacket topped her sheath
Mrs Harrj Schulman's coffee-
lored peau de sole featured
controlled fullness in the skirt.
\ wide band oi taupe-colore i
satin was inserted horizontally
in the center <>t her skirt. Navy
bine --ilk shantung was the choice
ol .Mrs. Casper Pallot. Her sheath
bad a [lower applique on the
bodjee and ^kirt of satin-lined
bugle heads and white c-avier
bead>. Mrs. Sadie Hubert's black
wool sheath featured a scooped
i.eck banded narrowly in black
-;itin. A white lace bodice and
black silk sheath stfirt we-" r-
btned in Mrs. Rebecca Citron's
sheath. Her scpuuea neck uoice
;i \ an encircling insert oi black
al .he Empire line.
lulRS. Samuel Kalb chose -i
^^ black silk crepe with a chan-
lace bodice. The scooped
ni ck followed the scalloped lines
ol the lace, and it was embroid-
i ed with black sequins, A two-
piece black --ilk cocktail suit was
worn by Mrs. Louis Abrams.
Satin-lined bugle beads and iri-
descent white sequins were em-
broidered in a floral pattern on
h cellar. The shut silhouette
s the choice of Mrs. Irving
It buttoned down the front
and was in emerald green silk.
with one side in a ban.1 painted
still life design.
Hlack silk shantung with Un-
popular wrap-around skirt was
the choice of Mrs. Jacob Good-
man. Both the bateau neckline
and the skirt were detailed with
a band of metallic gold. Airs
Anita B. Cha-e's sheath was ot
an imported black cut velvet
with slight asyinctrical draping
at the neckline Taupe-colored
chantilly lace over satin was
worn bj Mrs. Irene Arnold. Hei-
st op I neckline was softened
h Hi a slight drape, and her skirl
;>- i pencil Film sheath. Mrs.
Bessie Schachter wore a hi.uk
and i harci al >iik floral printe I
iacket dress with a high rounded
< c r.!in*- .uid -mall collar.
emerald green silk chiffon
" created Miss Beverlj e
Keusch's gown, The bodice had
a de< i' \ i ecklinc which had a
wide drape beginning at the
shoulder and continuing to the
skirt. Mrs. Marvin Greenwald
selected black lace which was
banded in peau e sole and had
a till I circular skirt. Black crepe
was worn by Mrs. I. C. Layton.
Her sheath had the V-necklme
and an insert of hlack satin at
the waist. An unusual print of
Ted roses on a background of
hlack silk was chosen by Mrs.
Abraham A. Grunhut. The im-
portant winged sleeves accented
her sheath.
Mrs. Louis Baida wore an iced
blue brocade >h<'iith and match
in? bracelet-length sleeved jac-
ket. The packet was banded in
satin and lied at the neckline A
watcrcolor-wash print on silk was
worn by Mrs Wallv Gluck. In
ombred blue and tangerine, her
ensemble consisted of a sheath
dress, titted jacket and match-
ing handbag. Jewel toned tur-
quoise created the ensemble
ivom by Mrs William Mechanic.
Her full-length mohair coat was
lined with the same silk that was
in her figure-molding sheath.
i Baltimore Rabbi To Speak Here
Rabbi Israel M. Goldman, of the
("hi.uk Amuno Congregation, Bal-
timore. Mil., will a idress the Uni-
ted Synagogue Adult Education
Cavalcade at Beth David Congre
gallon on Tuesday evening, 8 p.m..
in Spector Hall.
Rabbi Goldman, who holds hon-
orary decrees from Brown Univer-I
sit> and fhe Jewish Theological
Scn,ii:ary of America, was spun
ual leader of Temple Km.mii -El in
Providence. R. L. until 1948. when
he came to Chunk Amuno. one of
the oldest Conservative congrega-
tions in America.
lie i- a former president of the
Rabbinicacl Assembly of America
and former national director of
the National Academy for Adult
Jewish Studies
: BIRTHDAZE :
First child, daughter Maria
Lynn, was born Dec. 31 to Jerry
aiid Robbie Herskowitz. 8195 SW
107th St. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore llerskowitz and
Mr and Mrs. Isidore Kessit, 'of
Chattanooga, Tenn.
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Jeff Edward Rubin was born
Dec. 28 to the lormcr Susan Tali-
anoff and Mark R. Rubin, of 8020
SW 148th Dr. The couple also
have a daughter, Stacic 3. Grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. George
Talianoff, Miami Beach and Mr,
and Mrs. Jack Hubin, of Coral
Gables.
MISS SALLY BIBLO
Sally Biblo's
Betrothal Told
Mr and Mrs. Philip Biblo, 6940
Harding Ave., Miami Beach, an-
i.ounec the ergagement ot their
au hter, Sally Gertrude, to Mer
i.. ih Bei !ei. of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Vi Bibl i is a 1953 graduate of
Miami Be ich High School. She at
tended the University ol Florida
r i received a Bachelor's degree
in education from the University
it Miami. She i~ currently teach-
' ii-: fifth grade in New York City.
Mr Bergcr is a 1955 graduate
ef Brooklyn College, lie served
li Hie I' S. Armed Forces in
Germany, and is currently em-
ployed by the New York State Dc-
l. i tment oi Labor.
A summer wedding is planned.
Lebediker Branch
Meets Saturday
Joseph P. ZuXcrman, southern
Farband representative, will at-
tend an executive dinner of Leb-
ediker Branch of Farband Labor
' Zionists on Saturday at the home
el Mr and Mrs. Ely Mailans. Os-
' car Shapiro, vice president, will
preside.
A general meeting of the Branch
is slated for Thursday, Feb, t> at
S p.m.. in the Washington Federal
' Bldg.. 1234 Washington Ave
Tag Day Drive
Set Tuesday
Mrs. Irving Miller, president.
South Florida Council of Presi-
dents, announces that the six chap
(era representing the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will hold then-
annual Tag Day drive throughout
the Greater Miami area on Tues-
day
A newly-erected auxiliary build-
ing, which will accommodate 28
additional intractable asthmatic
children, has been added this
year.
Mrs. Sam Kratish is coordin
ing chairman for Ihe South Flor
;:ia Council oi Presidents
Beach Dentists
To Hear Speaker
Miami Beach Dental Societj will
meet Monday for cocktails and
('inner starting at 6:30 p.m. at
Chandler's Restaurant,
Guest speaker-. Dr. Martin R.
Protell, and Dr. .1. Gordon Kubin.
will speak on T\v chodynamics
The Key to Successful Dentistry."

MISS CAROL miSBAUM
Miss Weisbaum
Becomes Engaged
Mr, and VI i Ge irge Weisbai n .
135 NE 157th 'I- r., announce e
engagement <>i their daughter,
i i>r... to .inn s. Rosenbi r .
(in nt Air. and Mrs. Emanuel Ri -
?nberg, Jacksonville.
Both students at the University
ol Florida, the bride-elect is a
graduate of North Miami High,
Her fiance i- a graduate of Land' n
Iliiih. and i> planning to attei d
law school.
No ("ate has been set tor 16
c edding.
Middle Village
Luncheon Sunday
A gel together luncheon of for-
mer residents of Middle Village,
L. I.. N. Y is planned for Sunday
at the Algiers Hotel.
The 40 lam dies which have come
here to live ever the past 10 years
have [ormed a social group, the
Middle Village Club, which meets
several times a year. In charge of
arrangements is Mrs. Fay Wein.
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cashier; James H. Bobinson, vice
president; Edward B. Kattel, as-
sistant vice president; and Ken-
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Friday. Janucry *. 1964
Surf side Plans CJA Breakfast
One of the first events of the 1963 of
leadership in
need around t h e
I know o* no way in which our ^
philanthropic dollar serves a
2". sljW!^ 7^xxj> snua
campaiiB on behalf of Combined | *W*2 the corner a n d in our local community and over-
,e,,h Appeal by the Residents ^JZ'[0l^ ^ lh "^ ^" 2J!2:
.Division u ill be .i breakfast of the
,s.
Rabbi Leon Kronish (left), co-chairman of the Business and
Professional Council of Kupat Holim, discusses the Jan. 28
"Chai" reception with the honoree, Moshe Berman, to be
held at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Moshe Berman Will be Honored Tuesday
For 18 Years of Service to Histadrut
Moshe Berman will be honored
Tuesday evening. 7:30 p.m., at a
"Chai" reception and supper in the
Fontainebleau Hotel. The recep-
tion will take the form of a Tu
B'Shevat celebration.
Berman will be honored "for 18
ears of dedicated service to the
state of Israel."
He will also be cited for "a life-
time of extraordinary devotion
to the ideals of Israel's pioneer
builders."
Berman is executive director of
the Greater Miami Israel Hista-
drut Committee and was instru-
mental in the founding of this com-
munity's Business and Profession-
al Council for Kupat Holim,
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers,
chairman of the Council, this week.
praised Berman "for his unprece-'
dented contributions to Histadrut
since his arrival here from another
post in Los Angeles seven years'
ago."
Mrs. Meyers pointed to Ber-
man's inspiration in the launching
of a Greater Miami campaign in
behalf of the establishment of the
Miami Medical Center in Beer-
-heba, Israel.
The center is now in the pra-
cess of being constructed, and
will be dedicated in June in the
presence of Israel Government
officials, as well as executives
and dignitaries attending in be-
half of Histadrut and Kupat
Holim.
The Creator Miami Israel His-
tadrut Committee will also be rep-
ii sented at the dedication, accord-
to Mrs, Meyers, by a suiwtan-
Belh Shirah Tres Planting
Over 300 -indents of Beth Shirah
Religious S< h ol will partici]
in the fee planting and lai Iscap
remonj to be held at the
Temple on Sunday at 10 a.m.
tial delegation of South Floridians
planning to attend the event.
.Mrs Meyers pointed out that
prior to Berman's arrival here, he
was for 12 years with the Israel
Histadrut Committee in Los An-
geles, Calif She said that during
his comparatively brief tenure in
Miami, "he helped strengthen and
unify a virtually non-existent His-
tadrut campaign locally."
According to Mrs. Meyers, the
Greater Miami Committee today
numbers some 650 members.
In addition to Mrs. Meyers,
on the "Chai" Reception Com-
mittee are Rabbi Leon Kronish,
co-chairman of the Kupat Holim
Council; Sam Feinstein, presi-
dent of the Israel Histadrut
Committee; Irving M. Sachs,
vice president; Joseph Kuluva,
treasurer; and Jack S. Popick.
'Surfside Division at the Surfside |
Civic Center on Sunday, Feb. 2..
9:30 a.m.. it was announced by
John Serbin, overall chairman of
the Residents Division.
Max Kolfcer, chairman of the
Surfside Division, and Mayor Sid-
ney King, honorary chairman for
the Surfside group, formulated the
breakfast plans with a committee
composed Ol Vice Mayor Louis B.
Hoberman and Louis Bailsman,
Samuel Rudnick, Dan Piver and j
Dr. B. Zuckerbraun.
"We of Surfside have always |
been proud of our leadership of (
Combined Jewish Appeal and of ,
< all important philanthropic pro- j
jects which help to better oor i
community and our city," Kol- I
ker said. "We know that Fo tion and Combined Jewish Ap- I
peal help to make our commu- I
nity a better ptace in which to
work and to live," he stated.
Mayor King called upon a"|
members of the community to take i
part in the breaklast on Feb. 2,1
so that once again the residents.
surrounding
Announcement
Lubavitch Yeshiva
Names Rabbi
United I.ubavitcher Ycshivoth
has announced here that Rabbi j
Rafal Stein "is the sole and ex-
, elusive representative for our in- [
stitution in Miami Beach and the
area."
was made by
Rabbi S. Gour-
iry. chairman of j
t h e Executive
Committee.
United I.uba-
vitcher Y e s h i-
voth is based in
Brooklyn, N.Y.
"We antici-
pate." Rabbi
Gourary said,
"that the Jew-
here will accord
and
Program will feature greetings
by Dr. Sol Stein, national execu-i kmohI Si UN
tive director of the Israel Hista-hah community
drut campaign in the United j Rabbi Stein all due courtesy
States, and Nico Feldman. noted cooperation in behalf of our Torah
Israeli opera and folk-singer. | education program."
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Merkos Dinner Sunday Will Assist
150 Pay Schools in Middle East
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raoh Saccnd Class Arthur C. Sieqel, of No. Miami Beach,
[s.-iiwn vr.ih comedian Jerry Colona at a recent Bob Hope
>w presentation in Karamursel Air Station, Turkey. Siegel,
of Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Siegel. of 15721 NE 15th St., is a
ic aate c: North Miami Senior High School and attended
University of Florida. His wife, Ellen, is the daughter of
L : nd Mrs. Maurice DeYoung, of Las Vegas, Nev.
Miami Beach, active supporters of
the Merkos and the Lubavitcher
movement.
Rabbi Abraham Kori. Miami
Beach, is regional director of Mer-
kos LTnyotlfTChinuch. ewrtrul or-
Proceeds from the local Merkos annual tunction. which will honor uanization tor Jewish education
L'Inyonei Chinuch dinner to be Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Kramer, ol of the Lubavitcher movement,
held Sunday at the Deauville Hotel l"
are for the more than 150 day
schools in Morocco and Israel spon-
sored by the movement.
Chairing the affair is Metro
Commissioner Alex Gordon, with
Louis Merwitzer. president of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, servin- as co-chairman.
Harry Rosenberg, arrangements
committee chairman, says over 500
guests are expected to attend the
Ivo Forum Se; Saturday Eve
lest {Maker at the Ylvo Forum lish, "Jewish Labor in I'. S. A."
Saturday e.ening at Farband and "The Jew and Communism,"
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A seven-member committee to
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nounced this week by the newly-
formed Men's Club of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Flor-
ida in Miami Beach.
Club President Leonard Wein-
stein, fifth district constable, said
the club set a goal of 250 members
(0 be reached by July.
Co-chairmen of the new commit
tee are Frank Toback, of Miami,
Blld Jack Stein, of Miami Beach.,
Other members include Sam Free-
man, Al Jacobson. Sidney Palmer. |
Murray Malmuth and Gerald Fu-
tral.
The new committee will receive
the assistance of Home President
Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser and Sid Sie-
gel, executive director, Weinstein
said.
The men's group will play a key
role in the Home's i'und-raisng ac
tivities and in programs to help
the needy of Dade County. It will
also work closely with other com-
mittees involved in the Home's ex-
pansion program for an ultra-
modern, six-story building to go
up next to the Home also known
as Bikur Cholim.
New Product
To Breck Colds
Barogest-C is a new product by i
Barry Martin Pharmaceuticals, i
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According to the manufacturer.1
the product promises a 'scientific
breakthrough for coughs and
colds."
According to the firm. "Baro
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cold relief with one capsule." The
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or your money back on a packet of
ten capsules which provide for
treatment for five days and nights.
Barn' Martin Pharmaceuticals
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Cantonese Cuisine
At Eden Rcc
The Eden Roc will inaugurate
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ese cuisine on Monday
The Empire Room, overlooking
he cabana club, will feature au-
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Dinner will be served until 2 a m,
Last season the Empire Room
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many ii whom are among r gulai
daily luncheon guests, when a con-
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Friday. January 24. 1964 t
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Rabbinical Association Expresses Pride
In Dr. Lehrman as 1964 CJA Chairman
Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
t iation this week went on record
in an expression of "the deep!
piide which all the members of
the Rabbinical Association leel"
at the recent appointment of Dr.'
Irving Lehrman as chairman of;
the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal)
campaign.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, president
of the Association, in a letter to
Dr. Lehrman, who is spiritual!
leader of Temple Emanu-El, said
tii.it "This unprecedented honor
is a tribute to the unlimited tal-
ents of leadership and inspiration
v hich you have Ions provided to
our community, and which have
earned for you the high esteem1
and admiration of all."
cal Association declared that "I
wish to assure you that our pride
in your distinguished honor will
be equalled by our sincerest
support and assistance in your
challenging tasks."
Wrote Rabbi Schiff: "Many
rabbis have already increased
their personal pledges in your hon-
or, and have offered their services
to whatever extent called upon."
Speaking in the name of the As-
sociation, he concluded: "I am
confident that your inspiring lead-
ership will bring a resounding
success to the vital Federation
campaign, and will greatly ad-
vance the sacred principle of com-
munity responsibility for years to
come."
Food Plays Important Role for DiLido
Catering Manage1, Arthur Teichner
The president of the Rabbini-
DH. MAX ARZT
Dr. Arzt Will
Precch Friday
Dr. Max Arzt, vice chancellor
ol 'he Jewish Theological Seminar}
oi America, will be guest preacher
tiring Friday evening services of
Temple Emanu-El this weekend.
Dr. Arzt was a member of the
Ti mslation Committee that pre-
pi red the completely revised Eng-
lish translation of the Bible under
Ihe auspices of the Jewish I'ubli-
n Society ol America.
He serves as Israel Goldstein
Professor of Practical Theology
on the faculty of the Rabbinical
School of the Seminary and is a
contributing editor to "Judaism."
Author of many volumes, Dr.
Arzt most recently wrote "Justicfc
and Mercy," dealing with the ori-
gin and contemporary meaning of
the High Holy Day liturgy.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
officiate.
Food and, as he says "the lack
>! it," have played major roles in
the life of Arthur Teichner. cater-
ing manager at Miami Beach's
DiLido Hotel
"I was in the concentration
camp at Auschwitz. Oranienburg,
Saehscrhansen for four and one-
half years." says Teichner. "Out
ol 5.000 persons who went into the
camp with me. only 18 came out.
In those years food was mostly a
dream to me."
Food today is a reality to Teich-
ner. He has been in the food field
30 years and supervises cuisine
at the DiLido.
"My career started in Eu-
rope," he says. "I have lived in
so many countries that I now
speak English, German, Polish,
Russian, French, Latin and
Czech." Surprisingly enough,
Teichner studied medicine before
entering the food field.
At the DiLido, located on the
Atlantic Ocean at the end of Lin-
coln Rd.. Teichner is in charge
of the 300-chair F'lorentine Dining
Room and the 250-chair Coffee
Shop.
Teichner's continental flair in
the culinary arts shows itself not
only in the DiLido's menu but also
on the personnel list. He has help
representing France. Spain. Ger-
many, Israel. Estonia, Cuba. Puer-
to Rico ard the United States.
"To me all people are basically
the same." he says. However, I
like to see people from different
countries working together. This
gives me a feeling of together-
ness."
One of the most recent accom-
plishments in Teichner's colorful
food career was his acceptance ol
an offer to teach food management
classes at Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
lege. He conducts classes each
Tuesday and Thursday at the jun-
ior college.
"Right now I am emphasizing
food management, conventions,
food purchasing and other facets
of food administration," he ex-
plains. "I plan, however, to
teach actual cooking in the near
future."
Richard to Head
Bar Association
On Miami Beach
Stanley Richard was installed
president of the Miami Beach Bar
Association for 1964 at ceremonies
Sunday evening in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Circuit Judge Ray Pearson WU
toastmaster. County Judge rrank
It. Dowling gave the principal ad-
dress of the evening. .
Miami Beach Mayor Kelvin
Richard also installed the follow-
ing Into office
Morris Berick, president-elect;
Leonard Rivkind, firsl vice presi-
dent; Jay Dermer, second vice
president; Duns Sirkin, secretary;
Murray Goodman, treasurer; and
Leonard 0. Weinstein, historian
Directors are Sam Smith. Har-(
vev Reisemsn, Jack Ankus, sun
ley Angel, Eugene Weiss, Michael
Salmon. Judge Irving Cypen,
Arnold Scher. Donald Eanett, Rob-
ert Peterson. Raphael Yunes,
Harry Ziikernick. Nelan Sweet.
Henry WaiUkin and Harry Smith.
ARTHUR TtlCHNtR
When asked if he ever committed
a big mistake during his career.
Teichner quickly responds with an
emphatic "no." But slowly a smile
comes, and he admits having ar-
ranged eight "perfect weddings"
it a hotel only to discover he had
mixed two of the rabbis. "Thank
goodness I didn't mix up any ol
the couples." he says.
Teichner talks little of his days
at Auschwitz, but he admits: "1
will never forget. Some people do.
but I won't He went down to 97
pounds during his four and a half
years in the camp, but says, "1
have no serious ill effects as the
i esult of the drastic loss of
weight."
When he's not working at the
DiLido. Teichner spends his time
with wife, Margaret, and 17-year-
old son, Robert, or he cooks, reads
or paints, mostly landscapes.
Parents Without Partners
Parents Without Partners, Mi-
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are welcome.
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During Saturday morning serv-
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Rabbi Tibor H. Stern'- new book
on Kaballah will be dedicated,
Special autographed copies "I
the book will be presented
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Friday. January 24, 1964
^Candidates Prepare for Election Day Tuesday
Page 13 B
FaJlflwifiK is a partial listing
and principles, in next Tuesdays
ty aud Metropolitan Commission.
jri",-u ""Winston Wynne'"" "*,-"~'
Winston Wynne is seeking the
office of Mayor of Dade County
The 54-year-okl candidate is head
of a life insurance business and
was born in Virginia.
He is a former Coral Gables City
Councilman. Wynne is regional
vice president of the National Mu-
nicipal League and in 1961 won the
, League's Distinguished Citizen
Award.
Wynne has lived here 18 years
and was first head of the Cham
her of Commerce Government Re-
search Council.
The candidate stresses "sound
of candidates, their backgrounds
i lection for Major of Dade Coun-
For other listings, see Page 15-A.
-*" *> w
business principles combined with
mature public administration prac-
tices." His supporters say he is
strongly pro-Metro, "advocating a
strong conflict of interest law and
strict compliance with charter pro-
hibition to prevent commissioners
from interfering with administra-
tive matters."
o *
Arthur Patten
served two terms on the Metro
Commission as City of Miami rep-
resentative.
"T'aft'cn'is'a'lTniVbVsity of .Miami
graduate and a veteran of World
war II and Korea.
His advocates say "Patten is a
strong Metro supporter and that
he campaigned actively for pass-
age of the Goverment Research
Council's c.h a r t e r amendment
which brought about a reduction
Of the commission from 13 to 91
members."'
Arthur Patten. 37-year old can They also point to his belief that
(iidate. is running lor Metro Com- I h e election o f commissioners
mission from District 6. A native i county-wide "is a breakthrough
Miamian, and a second generation for the overcoming of roadblocks
oJ a pioneer Miami family, he is previously placed in the path of the
in the insurance business and has county commission."
Clements Jr. Will
Head Chase Fed.;
Succeeds Father
Chase Federal Savings and Loan
(Association Board of Directors
has named Charles I.. Clements Jr.
as now president of the pioneer
Dade County financial institution.
Clements, 34. succeeds his fa-
ther. C. L. Clements Sr.. who
helped organize Chase Federal in
!!I34 and has served as its presi-
dent for 30 years. The elder Clem-
nts now becomes chairman of the
board.
Clements Jr. moves up from
his former position as executive
vice president at Chase, which
he first joined in 1952 as a teller.
Later, as an administrative of-
ficer, his executive duties in-
cluded development of Chase's
loan policy.
An active civic worker, he was
prcsidmt of the Lincoln Road As-
sociation when the Lincoln Road
Mall was under consideration and,
wth his father, helped push the
<>L'ram to reality.
'T am happy Charles is able to
fclieve me of most of the responsi-
bilities" said the 68-ycar-old chair
nan of the board. "There will be
|o change in the policy which has
piped us flourish and grow with
he community for the past three
ecades."
I nder Clements' direction, the
|hase system grew from a start-
|- capital of $2,500 to current as-
S in excess of $155,500,000. This
ittth included establishment of
e branches in Miami Beach.
layor High At
mple Or Olom
flavor Robert King High spoke
Injustice" at the monthly
leting ol Temple Or Olom Broth-
""! 'in Sunday
tabbj Samuel April offered the
location before the it a.m.
finc'i which was followed by the
eunductcd bv President
CHARLES 1. CLEMENTS IK.
Surfside, North Miami Beach and
the Dadeland Shopping Center, in
addition to the main office on Lin-
coln Road.
Clements Jr., an economics
major graduate of Harvard,
hrlds the post of trustee of the
Savings Association Retirement
Fund, a national agency control-
ing all pensions and trust funds
for the Home Loan Bank System
and member Savings and Loan
associations.
Milt Thompson
Milt Thompson. 61. is a roofing
contractor who has served three
terms on the Hialeah Council. In
I860, be won Hialcah's seal on the
Metro Commission,
Thompson cites his role "as
chairman of the Roads Committee,
a here my behind-the-scenes lead-
ership with key officials was in-
strumental in the county moving
ahead with an expansive road con-
struction program."
* *. :'t
Leonard Kimball
Leonard Kimball is a North
Miami Councilman. The 53 year-
old attorney is a native of Pitts-
burgh and a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan. He has lived
in Miami since 1944.
Running for mayor, he is a for-
mer city attorney for Opa-locka.
was twice vice mayor of North
Miami, is chairman of the Indus-
' trial Development Committee of
North Miami and director of the
; Welfare Planning Council of Dade
County.
Kimball says he'll work "to
I build confidence in the integrity
I of Dade County Government, pro-
I mote harmony between the cities
| and the county government, make
Metro work within the frame-
work of the charter and coordi
nate the facilities and services of
both county and municipalities for
the gtml of all." -
Kimball also hopes to "lay a
foundation of good will to elimi-
nate misunderstandings between
the cities and the county and bring
vision and inventiveness into op-
eration for scjving local econ-
omic and political problems."
a u *
Tom Sasso
Tom Sasso is running for Coun-
ty Commission from District 1.
The 45-year-old candidate, a three-
term mayor of North Miami, has
served on the Metro Commission
for the past two years.
Sasso is a past commander of
the Amvets, was a president of
the Tri County League of Munici-
palities and was North Dade direc-
tor of Civil Defense.
Now in the banking business,
Sasso believes that "Dade Coun-
ty's greatest need is light, clean
industry. I urge accentuating new
business, which will provide jobs
before we start discussing the
hills of big government."
Sasso aims to "create a favor-
able business climate followed by
a practical plan for countywide
street lighting, unified water sys-
tem and one master license for
all trades and occupations."
il 3 3
David Kennedy
David Kennedy. 29. is running
in District 4 for Metro Commis-
sion. He is Vice Mayor of Miami
and has had a 100 percent attend-
ance at City Commission meetings'
since bis election in 1961. accord-
ing to his supporters.
Kennedy is a past president of
the Dade League ol Municipalities
and Iras been given awards for
"outstanding achievement" by the
Greater Miami Civic Association,
Miami and Florida Jaycees and
the Florida Young Democrats.
The candidate is running on a
record "of proven and dignified
public service. I advocate unified
countywide water and sewers, in-
creased street-lighting lor the un-
incorporated areas, expansion of
parks and recreation centers."
Lew Whitworth
As a councilman, Attorney L> w
Whitworth has stood for a "strong
municipal government working
with Metro which should handle
countywide functions." In addi-
tion, he urges "closer cooperation
between Metro and city govern-
ments now because it is the tax-
payer who suffers when govern-
ment fails to function efficient-
ly."
A resident of Hialeah, 1445 W.
Sixth Ave.. the 40-year-old Hialeah
councilman, now running for Com-
missioner. District 2, is a former
FBI agent. He has been a teach-
er at the Dade County Police Acad-
emy and has conducted classes in
Civil Defense.
He was a combat flier in World
War II and served on the Dade
School Board's Committee on
Quality Education.
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director of the Miami Beach Tax-
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.nut director of the Miami Beach
Chamber of Commerce and vice
chairman and director of Commu-
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He lives on Sunset Island No. 3|
with his wife. Nancy, and their|
three children. Charles HI 7. Nan-
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ART BRUNS, Co-Owner
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is a member of the Govern-
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Miami Dade Chamber of
Commerce and president of
Temple Sinai of North Dade.
He advocates "sound, stable
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Friday, January 24. 1964
J3<*r Jerry Sperling eiate at the Bas Mitzvah of Karen
Jerry Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs. I Dec Schulner.
.'ulius Sperling, will become Bar A seventh tf*Hs student at
Mitzvah at services on Saturday ronce junior High, Karen plans
morning, Jan. 25, at Beth David to continue her religious educa-
Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. tJon she is an acliVe member of
Shapiro will officiate. Giri Scouts and also studies piano.
In the eighth grade at Shenan-
doah Junior High, the celebrant
is a member of the junior USY at
Beth David. His hobbies include
iishing, bowling, swimming and xlddush
coin-collecting.
Dr. and Mrs. Sperling will honor
their son with a luncheon in Spec-
tor Hall following services and
at a cocktail party and dinner
.tiance at the Seville Hotel in the
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schul-
ner, 6500 Leonardo, will honor
their daughter at the Oneg Shab-
bat on Friday night and at the
Saturday following
the ceremony.
Jerry Sperling Neof Lechtner
Karen Schulner
On Saturday morning, Jan. 25,
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will ofti-
Seniors Plant
Trees for JFK
Pamela Bialolenki
Bas Mitzvah of Pamela, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Bialo-
lenki, will be celebrated Saturday
morning, Jan. 25. at Temple
Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman
will officiate.
In the seventh grade at Ida M.
Fisher Junior High, Pamela is in-
terested in ballet, art and horse-
back-riding.
Pamela Bialolenki Karen Schulner
Neal Lechtner
Irving Lehrman,
plans to continue his studies in
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual !lu' Temple Zion Confirmation
Flamingo Park Liberal Group. ;caik>1. 0| Tcmplo Emanu-El. will c,ass
senior citizens who meet daily to officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
discuss the events of the day, have Neali son Mr and Mrs, Ben
raised S200 to plant 100 trees in Loc.h,r.t.,-. ,, Saturday morning.
Israel in memory of the late Presi- Jan 25 a| ,,K. Tempie,
(ient John F. Kennedy. .. ...
. Neal attends eighth grade
A certificate ollicially acknowl-
edging the memorial will be sent
:n Mrs. Kennedy.
Chairman of the group is Meyer
Friedman, with Julius Levine and
H. Wasserman. committee mem-
bers.
at
Arriving for the Bar Mitzvah
will be bis grandparents, Mr and
Mrs. Meyer Dayan and Mrs Irene
Schwartz; Mr. Joel Feigenbaum,
from New York: and Mrs. Victoria
.Nautilus Junior High, where he is Schauer and daughter, Anne.
Violinist Will
Play Here Feb. 2
With UM Orch.
Edith Peinemann, talented young
German violinist who* recital
here last vear drew much acclaim
lrom Civic Music audiences, will
icturn to the local scene Feb. 2
and 3 for appearances with the
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra. Fabien Sevitzky con-
ducting. The programs, fifth in
the current series of nine pairs of
concert programs, will be held at
Miami Beach and Dade County
Auditoriums.
Miss Peinemann will play the
Brahms Concerto tor Violin and
Orchestra.
Dr. Sevitzky and the orchestra
will premiere a new composition
by Miami conductor-composer Paul
Csonka. The work. Concerto for
Orchestra, will open the program.
Major orchestral composition to
he presented will be the Dvorak
Symphony No. 5.
Miss Peinemann's American de-
but appearances last year received
widespread acclaim from both
tritics and public. In addition to
her Miami recital, -lie performed
... soloist with the Cincinnati Sym-
phony, Pittsburgh Symphony, and
the Kansas City Symphony Or
chestras,
tfON RUBINSTUN
Far-band School
Official to Talk
Leon Rubinstein, executive direc-
tor. National Central Committee
Farband Schools in America, will
l>< guest speaker on Sunday. H
r ;n., at the David Pin>:-.i F<^
School yearly celebration.
To be held at the Font... efaieau
Hotel, affair will also feature-Si-
dor Belarsky, folk singer, in Yid-
dish and Hebre" **jlf#i'
Children of the s< hoyl ,v 11 sins
..lid recite in Yiddi>h po> it-ebrcv
active in the Drama Club. He is
interested in science, fishing and
\ eterinary medicine.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz-
vah, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zailert.
of New York City, will be here
for the occasion.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel,
Kiddush will be tendered by Mr
..nd Mis Dayan,
Local Youth
At Board Meet
Among participants in the four-
day International Executive Board 0.^^~ ^7*81^Mw."Jack
S^tltS,^^ Se Son -JTJSTAH "-
was Bill E.fenbein. 840*5 SW ,07th Snl^cia^. ***"
St.. Miami, an International Com- .
David Dayan
On Saturday morning, Jan
niittee chairman of Alcph Zadik
Aleph. and Miss Anne Ehrens. 276
NW Blvd.. Miami, who is District'
Five president of B'nai B'rith Girls, i
In addition to holding several
business sessions, the group visited
the grave of the late President
John F. Kennedy, presented a
check to Israel Ambassador to the
U. S. Avraham Harman to aid edu-
cation in Israel, and made a contri-
bution to the National Scholarship
Service and Fund for Negro Stu-
dents.
The youths celebrated the 40th
anniversary of Aleph Zadik lor
young men, as well as the 20th an-
niversary of B'nai B'rith Girls,
with a special Sabbath service and
program at the B'nai B'rith Build-
ing.
An eighth gra::'e student
West Miami Junior
takes accelerated
High, David
math. and
Dennis Roth
Temple Tifereth Israel will be
the site of the Bar Mitzvah of
Dennis Jay Roth during services
conducted by Rabbi Henry B
Wemick on Saturday. Jan. 25.
The celebrant is a student at
Miami Edison Junior High, and
his hobbies include stamp and
coin collecting, fishing and bas-
ketball
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roth, 309
NW 53th Tcr.. formerly of Phila-
delphia, will honor the Bar Mitz
at i ah at the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
FOR
evening, and at the Kiddush fol-
lowing the ceremony on Saturday.
-_5ocm//7c ... by <-fsabcl C/**ov<
Continued from Page l-B
tional Hadassah veep. brother
Bernie. his wife and daughter
. Met here by brother Armin,
just returning from a conference
in Paris, sifter Lillian, husband
Ira and Lon Stephen who had
been to Jamaica Only one
missing was brother Gersten,
assistant law librarian at Colum-
bia U, who'll make up for his
absence by spending the spring
holidays here.
Susan Zipp, teen-age daughter
of Jewish Floridian columnist
Edith Zipp, home from the hos-
pital after a slight accident to
her eye sustained when she par-
ticipated too vigorously in a
physical fitness class Still
confined to a darkened room,
but hopes soon to greet her many
iriends who have kept the phones
busy inquiring about her.
DADE
COUNTY
MAYOR
ELECT
Study Sessions
At Beth Am I
Temple Beth Am Bible study
sessions, led by Dr. Herbert Baurri-
gard. meets on Monday evenings
in the adult education room of the
Temple.
On Sunday, Joseph Altschuller,
; resident of the Temple, will eon-
duct a study on "Maimonides."
Temple Brotherhood will resume
semimonthly breakfasts during
the month of February. Max Ras-
kin is president.
BOB BRAKE
MAN OF ACTION
ABILITY INTEGRITY COURAGE
WITH NEW SOLUTIONS
To Dade County's Old Frustrating Problems
CAMPAIGN HDQ.
1830 Ponce De Leon, Coral Gables Phone HI 6-2577
IM. Pol. Adv.
E^cfcTom
\

YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT I
PULL LEVER 13A
A PROVEN RECORD OF 14 YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT '
Interoma in '64.
More Jobs! Better Paychecks!
Expansion of Dade Jr. College and
uZ H,aIeoC0ti-,rVHo." 0f addi,iona' Colleges.
Expanded Public Services!
Branch Clinics Throughout Dade County to serve
Our Senior Citizens
Senior Citizen, Job Placement and Retraining Center,
TH.S IS A COUNTY-WIDE ELECTION
Ji
<>
i-d. Pol. Ailv.


Friday, January 24. 1964
[Hebrew Univ.
Luncheon Slated
I Here Feb. 17
Heh"** University ^ftmjdcrs'
Luncheon, announced last week by
Lionel R. Bauinan, president of
jhe American Friends of the He-
brew diversity, has been sched-
uled tot Feb. 17 at the Barcelona
Hotel, v ith participation of a Host
Committee headed by Jack S. Po-
kick, < airman of the South Flor-
ida P: ision of the American
iiiu of the Hebrew University
Ind via chairman of the National
locietj i rouncers.
According to Joseph M. Mazer.
' New York, chairman of the So-
liety. the Feb. 17 luncheon will be
Ittended by., leaders throughout
t.. M^;fed States.
'yH.'. -H.OUIS K. Levinthal. of
iifndWr>hia. V li a ir m an of the
>ard : Governors, will come to
iami > be present at the Found
s L oeheon. Judge Levinthal
it h -orcd hero last year, when
prt suited the Founder Award
nd Mrs. Charles Charcow-
an.i .Mrs. Jack S. Popick,
Mrs. David Provus and
Mrs. Jacob Rifkin.
+Jen4st> ncrM/an
Paoe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 61665-B
RK: Estate of
...ills oi-.ss.
1 'i-ri-.,.fd
no nun" TO
All Creditors
uvlng Claims or
Said K.-.ai. :
You ar* herebj
111 i--i i (,, piesem
,1. man,Is Which you
ill.- nstat of JO
i m ii i.ii.- ..I i lade
to the Counts Judge*
iy, and file the sam
..M.I ... pmviiled in
riorldu Statutes, in
CREDITORS
and All Persons
Demands Againsi
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY Ul\ KN that
business nti.l. r the fictitious niiiii. ..I
JERKY'S SERVICE STATION at SIM
23rd St., .Miami Reach, Kin., intends
In refcfH.e'r -.il.l til..... vrtdi ''i- Clerk
..i Hi. I'll
1-1..ri.1.i
notified and re-
an> claims and
inuj have againsi
N iikss, ii.-
'ounty, Florida,
..I I Mil, t'ouil-
in duplicate
ctlon .''< t...
Ir iii in
nil Court ol i>.-i.l.
SC.
1 24. :
HAVIRAK
' m ii.
i 'oilnty,
I. 2-7. i*
tin
mi i house in Da<
within si\ eali
the tin.....f the
ereof, ..i the same
.nu-
ll ilar
first
will
Coiilil \ '
i loiida,
months from
publication 1:
".- barred.
kited al Miami. Florida, this 21st
daj ol January, A.D. 1904.
REUINA m.ss
As Executrix
Irsl publication of ibis n..... on
the 34th .la. i.i January, 1964
i 111;< >i.. >i;i-: u. nei.ki in, ksij .
Attorney for Exi cutrlx
i".. Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
i 21, SI, -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME .-AW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVKN that
undersigned, ilesli Ins to I
business under the fictitious nu
I'NITEB st'NDRY srri-i.v al Mm
.-..in hwesl :! !i Tel race, Mill ill, I la
33144, Intend* i>- register said name
u nil Hi. < ;. 11, of tl' Circuit i'ourt
of Dude County, Florida.
ALBERT AI.I.KN CIA DOB
1 17-24-31-2 7
l-l.i.
7. I I
Mr
l.v. Hi
Ir. ar.
Jr ar.
lorton Tire Co.
o Host Officials
Norton Tire Company will be
st to four national officials of
e B. F. Goodrich Company, vis-
iting here from
Akron, O., it was
announced this
week by Norton
Pallot, president
of the local firm.'
Arriving on'
Monday for a
| a two-day con-;
Iference will be
Harry Russell (third from left), coordinator of the Employ the
Physically Handicapped Committee of Me'.ropolitan Dade
County, is presented wi'h a specially designed watch by
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Looking on (left to right) are
Stanford M. Swerdlin, president of the lodge; William Thomp-
son, chairman of the lodge and B'nai B'rith Fifth District Em-
ploy the Physically Handicapped Committee; County Man-
ager Irving McNayr, who presented the Braille watch to
Russell; and Marvin Pearlman. president-elect of Sholem
Lodge.
Ota
u a r i e s
BROWN
mi:s ESTHER, mother of Jor-
dan .Marsh executive Mas Brown,
MM Siun.i Ave., Coral Cables,
died Jan. IR, while visiting here
from lumpa. She was S3 s.-i -
vices were held -Ian. IT in Tam-
pa, with further services and
burial in the family plot in Cin-
cinnati, i >. Local arrangements
made by Gordon funeral Home.
I William II. Camp- hausman. i.
I bell, vice presi-l
camm dent of replace
tent salsa; John B. Hunter, direc-
Dr of advertising; O. K. Lynn.
panagt of dealer sales; and A. B.
p>nne, manager of dealer finance
Bd hnrlimis management.
'urpi -e of the visit is to partici-
te with Norton Tire officials in
ms f t their grand opening of a
t'i store at 9001 So. Dixie Hwy..:
to prepare the Miami firms
anniversary celebration in the
ring <; this year. Also to be dis-
ped ill be the company's joint
sing and mercha n d i s i n g
1964.
njamin, 7'.', of 1318 N.
I Jan. li. Local sur-
vivors: a son, Harry; a daughter,
Mary, ami two grandchildren. Riv-
et sloe.
abeles. Benjamin, "". of 164)1 Col-
lins Av.-.. and Bronx, NY., died
Jan. I!'. Services in New York.
Riverside.
GROSSMAN. Harry J.. T7. of 220
Kings r..im In-., died Jan. 19. Riv-
erside.
LAPIOES. Mrs. Sarah. 6. of L>30
1-' St.. died Jan. Is. Kiv, rslde.
PERLBERGER. Joseph, 71. of Jen-
sen Reach, l-la., died Jan. I?. BeT-
ilu* in New York. Riverside.
DREIBLATT. Mrs Henrietta. of
Mai Biscayne St. Newman.
herzog. Jack. 88, n isoo Bay Dr.,
(rertis
f
Book Review
To be Heard
died Jan. 19, Services in New
Y..rk. Riverside.
BRACMMAN, Nathan, 67. ..f 12m
l7ih si. Riverside,
EVERT. Ralph, ::7, of 2-!.7 sw 88th
St Riverside.
KORLAND. Mr.-. Rebecca, t>7. of 1320
16th Ter. Riverside.
SORKIN, Bavid, M. of BS3 Kn.liil
Ay.. RIverMde.
CUTLER. Benjamin, h:.. oi SS01 Col-
lins Ave.. ,||r,i Jii. i;. Riverside,
FEINGLASS. Samuel. of 2IW S\V
Ird Ave., di.d Jan. 17. Services
in Brooklyn. Riverside.
KOTTmeier. Mrs. Barbara, so. of
4.. Jefferson Ave. Riverside.
weintraub. Carmen, 7j. of 513
Jefferson Ave. Newman.
ELKIN, Maurice, "7. of 8423 CoUlns
0,v:, ;"r' ''in "' Service* in
I liila.i.lpiila. Klvecslda.
COHEN. Joseph, 81, of i:.-..> Collins
Ave. Services in Toronto, tior-
don.
HOTTEway. Edwin Robert, so. of
227 : BACHMAN. Wank B., 71. ..f ir.00
i'oIIIiik Av. died Jan, ;. Services
in New Y..rk Riverside.
HAFT, Many r... 7.'., of 850 Virginia
si.. Hollywood, Kla ,ii...i Jan. .,
Services in New fork. Rlvtrside. I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\(>Tli-K IS HBRBBV <;'\i:.\ thai
Hi. undersigned, desiring t.. engage
in business under the fTctious name
of KKI.I.Ii: INTERNATIONAL, WHiS
ai Bade County, Kl< ri.ia. Intends to
register said name with the Clerk
of in,- Circuit Court ..i Bade Coun-
ty, Florida.
KELLIE INTERNATIONAL
wins. iNt".
a Floi i.la Cornoratioll
331 ftVcurllJ Trust Bldg., Miami, Kla..
on n. r
_____________________1/24, 81, 2 7. li
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 617*". B
In RE: Estate ..f
ABRAHAM SILVER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having I'lHlno. or Demands Against
Siiid Estate:
Y..11 are hereby notified an.I re-
Julred t.. present any claims and
emanda which you may liny,- against
the estate ol ABRAHAM SILVER de-
ceased late of Bade County, bloridn,
ti the County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, nn.I fil,- ih,. >.,m.. in duplicate
ami as provided In Section 7*!''. ill
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the I'nunty Courthouse in Bade Coun-
ty, I lorida. within six calt-ndar
months from the tlm.- of thi- first
mibllcslton hereof, or the sain, will
be barred.
liatetl al Miami. Florida, this L'Jinl
day of I...... A.l>. IWil.
MIl.TuN K. MANNHE1MER
As hhtecutor
First p'T.lie.iti..n of this not on
the 2*th day of January*, l'*.-*.
KOVNER <- MANNHEIMHR
.'mo Dnpont Plaaa Center
Miami 81, I'll rida
Attorney for Executor
1 21. 81, 2 7, 14
I.Mil
tie.
if Mlramai
I'iv el-side.
of 1781 SW
7::. ..f 8910
Seri ii. s in
their stay, the B. F.
. officials will also tour
jilding sites of new stores
ith Florida area.
it." Tire Company, founded
ii !24, has become the larg
. Goodrich dealer in the
..nd has grown steadily
rida's healthy economy
Inn:
Idri
Ire
V'-
In,
Ner Tamid Sisterhood will hold
a general meeting Monday night,
S p.m.. in Sklar Auditorium.
Following the business agenda.
Mrs. Eugene Labovitz will review
The Fire Next Time," by James zaVas.
Baldwin,
Mrs. Henrietta Fine is president
and Mrs. Louis Cohen is in charge
ol program
FRIEDMAN, Sol, 71.
Services In Brooklyn.
KRAMER, Mrs. Rose, 72
41st St. Kiifrside.
FEINBERG. Raymond,
Hay Dr., died Jan. I.
Detroit. Riverside.
COHEN. Hairy. 88, of 1783 Calais
I>r .lied Jan i Riverside.
GELLER. Samuel, 88, of 1.110 Col-
lins Ave., died Jan, .".. Services in
New York. Riverside.
ISELIN, Mrs. Jane, 83, of 7:::.; Ocean
T r. l:i.. rslde.
SIR, Hyman, >\ ..i 811 Jefferson Ave
Riverside.
teller. Harry, of ill'. Ruclid
Riverside.
Samuel, SI, of 1138 '
Ave. Riverside.
Ave.
ollillS
LEGAL NOTlCf
awwa^a^^BB!^pJ^^^p^^^^flgc||jJ^*^ -.^..^. yWi* >- ly.jMgMi ga^ga^gafl
[OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBV BIVEN
undersigned, desiring t.. er
business under th.- fictlous
i_i.-Ian l;omuany at IT04 I
i.t..n ttlvd., Coral (lable* 34,
Office designs
and furnishings
direct from manufacturer
WfcaajK'iHii a.*
ii..
In
ol
lie
i.-n.l t.. register said
Clerh ..I th.- Circuit
County, Florida.
CAROL A. RltlCS
NANCY 1. RIOOS
24, 31, 2
that
nil
name
Court
wiih
of I
ill.e
Ill-
Ill,-
Hide
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61756-C
In RE: K-ate of
THKORIA BATLES HOUSTON.
1 leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All 'arsons lla\
Iiik Clulms .-r Demands Againsi .-.ml
Instate:
You ar,- hereby notified and r.--
iiuired to present an) rlaims and
demands which you may have againsi
the .stale ..f THEOK1A UAYI.KS
llufSTii.v d,-e. is,.,i late of Bade
I'.'iiniv, Florida, to I he County Judges
of Bade County, and file the sun. In
dunllcate and as provided in Section
33.16, Florida Statutes, in their of-
fices in tlie Count! Courthouse in
Bade County, Florida, within si\ cal-
endar months from the time of tin
fiii publication hereof, or the sunn
vi ill l>e barred.
|iat-d nt Miami. Florida, this 8th
.l.u oi January, A.I ISM,
..- UARK1-.TT Al. KUTHENRERO
As Ailminisir.it.ir C.T. \.
First pulilicalion ol thin notice on
tin- 24 day of .laiiuaiy, 19(1,
C \i|i|.\" tk Ri ITHENBMRi:
Attorneys for Administrator, C.T.A.
307i Biscay n,- Rulldlng
Miami, l-'ii.ri.la
1 21. 31, 2-7. II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61577-B Dowhnq
In RE: Estati ol
F.FFIK l.nlisi-: ItAlIIMINOS, h I. a
I.OflSK KAHAtl.VOS, H k I.. U'lSH
ItAIIAIINO, a i. a II I ii: I.I H'lSR
KAHMINOS, .. I; a i:i l-li: i.. il'IKM
RAH.MIXO, n I, a 1-: I- t-l 17 I II ISH
MINNIS, a k a I.i it l.-i: M1NMS,
a k a I.i H ISi: REIIMINO,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
| lllg I'laillls or 1.......lies AkuiIisI -
Estate:
v..n are h< rehy notified and re-
quln .1 to pi. -.-Hi any I'laiiiis and
demands which you ma> ha v.- ago nsl
ii.....tai..... i.i'i-ii-: i.onsic uaiii-
MlNiiS. a k a l.nrisi-: RAHMINGS,
a k a MiI'Im: RAHMINO, a k a i:i -
FIE I.i n ISi: RAHMINOS, .. k a EF-
FIE MM ISi". RAHAHNO, a k/a EF-
, I'll-: i.ii isi; MINNIS, a k a i...risi-:
MINNIS, a k a I.OllSI-: REH-
MI.NII, deceased late of Dade
I county, Hi rida. t.. the County
Judgi s ..f Bade Count}, and file tlie
' sain,- iii duplicate and as provided In
section 733.IS, Florida Statutes, ii
! Ill- II offlcs ill the ". .11III;, Court
house In Bade County, bioridu, with-
. ill six e.il. tnlai 111. .til 11.- f.-..in the time
..i th. first publication hereof, or me
same will be barred.
Bated at Miami. Florida, Hii.-
ilay ..: Jauuury, A.t>. IHS4
AIIH.v HTKACIIAN
As A.linini.-;iator
First publication of this n
: the 21th .lay of .lanuiiry. lui.i
HARRIS ANB RnBlNMiN
Attorneys for Adiiiinlsirator
: ttth 1- loor l>a.I. Federal unl
; .Miami. Floridu, 13181
I 21. St, 2-7. 14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61875-B
In^UE: Estute of
AARON WKINKL.E
I Cl .is.il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All l*eraoii Ha< -
Ing (hums ,.r I Lilian.is Against bold
l-.stat.-.
You at-.- hereby notified and re-
quired to it,s. nt any claim* and de-
mands which you maj nave against
the estate of AARON IV"H1.\K1.K de-
Ceased late ol Bade County, Florida
| t.. the t'ounty Judges of Bade Coun-
ty, and to fil- the .--ime in duplicate
and as provldeil in Section 733.18
iToruiii Statutes, in their offices in
the i ..in,iv i ourthouse in Bade Coun-
'' ;,'.,ih'"'* ii"'i>> six .al.mlai
'";';nis......" "" time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
i.. barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30th
i da> ,.f January, A.l. |S4
HR8T NATIONAL. BANK i)F MIAMI
> s BONABB R. TH, ..Mi's, i.v
X i.e-l'r.-siil.iii ;,n.| Senior Trust
Officer
-\s Executor .-i Rstate ol
,..-,., A-""" VVelnkle. H.-eeas, ,i
Ml I.IIS. HEIM \.\ ft KAPLAN
It) l."l is HEIMAN
Attorneys for Ksecutor
IliU S.W. 1st >.,,, ,. .Miami. Florlds
1-21. 31. 2-7. H
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 64C 717
I S. fll-EASON, .lit., as Admlnlstra-
'"i ol veterans Affairs, an tnTflcer
i the L'nlted states of America, and
his successors in such offic
his hi iin ir assigns,
Plaintiff,
and
II
Desks, Chairs,
Solas, Credenzas,
Lmps, Everything
for the Office of Distinction
pavmw
Interior detlgn and
space pl*nnin|.
Open Saturday Morning
PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE, Inc.
'S01 Southwtst Jlsl Avenut
Telephone Highland 4-8'^1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 64C 806
ROBERT C. HARRISON
Plaintiff,
Vs -
JOAN i: HARRIBON,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Id. JOAN B. HARRISON
::'. Sergeant Street
Nutly, New .i.is.a
Y,,ii. JOAN K HARRISON, are
hereby notified that a (till of Com-
plaint f. r Divorce has bean riled
against you. ami you are required
to ser\.- a ropy ,.r your Answer m
I'leading to the Hill ..r Complaint on
Hi. i'i:.i...iff,. attorney, v. itiini:i:T
i- vitl.is-- i-:. -.'ii si:. 1st Avenue,
Miami 33, Florida, and file the "ii-
glnal Answer or Pleading in the of.
flee of the il.rk of the Circuit Court
.,n .ir before the 34th day ..f Feb-
ruary, ISS4, If you fall t.. do s...
judgment bj default win he taken
againsi vou for the relief demanded
In Hi.- Bill of Complaint.
This m.ti., shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI.ORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 22ml day <>t Jan iar^
A.D. IBS4
i: Ml RATHERM VN". Cl.- k
Circuit Court. Holr- County, Horidu
(Circuit Court Seal)
Bj T. I' ci i|-i:i. \\l i
|i.....i> i '< k
'. ROBERT CARI isi.i:
'.- hi: isi Vvenue
Miami 33, Florida
1 21, 31, 2 7. I I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY
No. E3C 13911
tiii: wii.i.iAMsr.i huh savinhs
HANK.
Plaintiff
JAMES B. RICE, .t u\. el al,
i fendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: JAMES B. RICE,
24ii.". j>3rd Street
Oulfpoi I. Mississippi
You are herebj notified that the
alsive captloned action has been in-
stltuted agnlnal you in th.- circuit
Conn of the lith Judicial Circuit of
Florida in an.i tor Bade County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing describee! real property:
Lot ".. hl.K-k 4S Fii st Addition to
Carol City according to the I'lat
Vs
et ll\,
I.i
therof, recorded
al Page 19 of the
of Dade Counts I-
You are required
Mm to plaintiff's
the ch-ri
serve a
ittornei
of
op)
Plat Hook (ill
l'ui,lie Records
ri.la
I., file your nn-
......11.l:iint \\ ith
the aforesaid Court, and
thereof upon plaintiffs
1984, or
etit. i -
MARTIN FINE
14ih Floor, Hade Federal Itulldlng
Miami 83, Fa rid I
not Lit. r than I Vtiruar. SSth,
,i 11. ii.. Pro Confess,, v, ill i .
.-.I againsi you.
i luted: Jan. 30, 1M1.
E. R. IK \ IIIKKMAN
Cl.-rk of the Clrenit Court
!'> !. P COPFXANB
I i. null Cl, i k
MARTIN I INK
Utorm > !'.! I*lalntlfl
14tb Flasit Hade I-..I. ral Rldg.
Miami S3, Florid .
1 21. 31.
; BOBBY l.i:i-: REBSE,
. I >et. ndants,
NOTICE OF SUIT
' TO: ItOBBV I.Ki: REESB
BARBARA LBB REESK
.".124 Eastwood
Cincinnati, Ohio
Yur ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a sun has been brought againsi
m.ii by .1. s. iii,i:asi i.\. .in ;,., v.i-
inihlslrator ..l Vettrans Affairs, an
Ol fleer of the rnii.-.i states ,,f Amer-
ica, ami his successors m such office,
and his or th.ii assigns, to foreclose
a moitgage encumbering the follow-
ing described pio|ierty( to-wtt:
l.i.i.s iii, ii and 12, in Block in
ol SiUTII MIAMI HEIUHTS
ADDITION I-:-, according to ih.
Illal till re..!', as reei.l.leil |n | -, ((
Hook 33, at page 71. of the public
records of Dade County, riorlda
and you are required to iii. v...it an-
swer with the Clark of the Circuit
l ourt of t wde County, I lOMda, ..t the
< ourthouse In Miami. Florida, on oi
Let..,,- I-, l.in.u> 88, 1984, ami I., nerve
I. CATSMAN, Ptaintlfrs attorney,
whose address Is mi ,-.;,., Pittglei
I. Miami 13, Florida, .....r be-
sahi date, .is required bj th.
laws oi Florida, ir ,.. rail ,., do
so. the .-..1111.1.,u,I i|l be taken a-
confessed bj you and n Decree It.
. ..nfess.. will i. en.ered againsi you
for the rellel dema.....d
plaint.
BATED thi- j\ da>
1984.
E. B. I-EATHERMAN
i 1,-ik ,.i the Circa 11 Com i
l lade i 'oiniiv. Floi Ids
Uj K. M I.V.ll V\
I '. ,'llty l 'lei k
BAVII) p. CATSMA.N
'' Ell si | ,:,^-, ,- s. ... ,
Miami S3, Floi 1,1 i
I 21. 81 i
St re,
rn
in tin
ol I, intia
ill -


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% 2nd Semester of Jewish Studies College
dfewislli FloridianSl9,es Evening Sessions starting Soon
^________ ^^"^ Courses for the second semester Ner Tarn id, instructor; second
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 24. 1964
Section C
Meeting with Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz at Laraine Friedman, Ted Cooper, Martin Krovetz
Temple Menorah's annual college students and Linda Berger. Seated are Marjorie Fran-
breakfast are standing (left to right) Lawrence kel, Joan Feldman. Carol Snyderman and
Weiner, Rabbi Abramowitz, Ronald Rosen, Helen Marks.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Nash, longtime workers in behalf of
the Jewish Na'ional Fund and other Zionist causes, this week
announced the establishment of the Nathan and Selma Nash
Nachlah in Me Ami, Israel. Learning the good news is Zev
W. Kogan, who executed the document establishing the Nach-
lah in Miami's twin city in Israel, a project of. the Greater
Miami Jewish National Fund Council. Several years ago, the
couple dedicated a Mile of Trees in the Negev.
Miamians Picked For JDC Board
Miami Jewish leaders were
ected or reelected to the Board
Directors of the Joint Distri-
!ition Committee, it was an-
Dunced this week by Moses A.
f-eavitt, JDC executive vice chair-
Mil.
Elected to the Board of Direc-
tors were Federation President
Sidney Letcourt, Ernest Janis,
treasurer, and Sam J. Ileiman,
pa-t president.
Members in the Greater Miami
irea serving on JDC National
pouncll arc the following: Dr. Irv-
i- Lchrman, 1364 campaign chair-
man, and Federation Executive
Erector Arthur S. Rosichan, as
nil as Jack Carner, Jack D. Gor-'
fun. Cal Kovens, David Levinson.
Jam Luby Jr., Mrs. Anna B. Mey
A J Molasky, Max Orovitz.
Kurt Peiser. Sam Rost.
Also John Serbm, Mrs. Sam Sim
hoff, Sidney Ansin, Shepard
froad. Jack A. Cantor, Judge Irv-|
Cypcn, Mrs. Joseph Duntov.
Beph A. Garfield, Louis Gold-
ni. Sam. A. Goldstein. Nat Gum
ick; A. J. Harris. Howard Kane.
am C. Levenson, Joseph M. Lip
>n, Ben Markowitz, Benjamin
Jeyers. Rabbi Joseph Narot. Dav ;
Phillips, Hyland Rifas.
And Joseph M. Rose, Arnold
Seeder, Jacob Sher, Harry Simon-
hoff. Harold Thurman. Mitchell
Wolfson, William Agranove, Le(
Eiscnstein. Carl II Ettinger. Aaro'
Kanner. Jay Kislak. Maurice J
Kopelwitz. Meyer H. Kronenberg
Baron de Hirsch Meyer. LeonarC
Rosen, Fred K. Shochet. Harr>
Sirkin, Julian W'einkle and B. J
Newburger.
Beach Firm
Will Launch
Home Expansion
Norman M. Ciller & Associates.
Miami Beaih architectural firm
has been selected to design the
new six-story addition to the Jew-
ish Convalescent Home of South
Florida.
Mrs. Joseph E. Kei.-er. Home
president, said the new ultra-mod-
ern addition would boost the
Home's capacity to 130 beds and
"give us a chance to accept many
patients we have had to turn down
because of a lack of space."
Selection of the architect for
the Home was made during a
Board of Directors meeting.
Mrs. Keiser also announced
members for a new Building
Committee which will work close-
ly with the architects in plan-
ning the building.
Members of the new group, to
be headed by Co-chairmen Edward
Elkin and Maurice Collegcman. in-
clude Nathan Roth. Sid Siegel.
the Home's executive director,
Louis Bloomstein, Mrs. Ida Kos-
toff and Mrs. Keiser. i
The new additon will feature all
new administrative facilities and
the latest equipment in the field
of geriatrics, Mrs. Keiser said.
of the College of Jewish Studies
were announced this week by Jos-
cph Cohen, president of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education. The
evening sessions of the college
will meet on Miami Beach at Tern
pie Emanu-El, 1701 Washington
Ave., and in the North Dade area
at Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
No. Miami Beach Blvd. Courses
outlined include sessions from 8
to 9.
At Temple Emanu-El, the sec-
ond semester will begin on Tues-
day, Jan. 28. Forum session will
feature "Giants of American
JeWry," with lectures on Haym
Salomon, Rebecca Gratz, Mor-
decai M. Noah, Judah P. Ben-
jamin, Louis Brandeis, Henriet-
ta Szold, Solomon Schecter and
Stephen S. Wise.
The revolving faculty consists
of Louis Schwartzman. director.
Bureau ot Jewish Education; Har-
ry Simonhoff, local historian;
Pabbi Allen Kutchik. of the Unit-
ed Synagogue; Dr. Donald Mich-
elson. Hillel Foundation; Ju Ige
Fred Barad. of the Metropolitan
Court; Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
local Hadassah leader; Rabbi May-
er Abramowitz, Temple Menorah;
and Dr. Irving Lehrman, Temple
Emanu-El.
Three courses will he offered
at Temple Emanu-El, from 8 to 9
p.m., including "History of Bible
Times." with Louis Schwartzman
as instructor; "Beginner's He-
brew," with Aliza Brenner as in-
structor; and "Hebrew Thru Val-
ues." with Paul Kwitney, instruc-
tor. Registration date has been
set for Jan. 28.
Courses will begin at the North
Dade Branch for the second
semester on Jan. 23. Forum sub-
ject will be "Vital Issues in Juda
ism Today." Lectures include
What is a Jew," "Is Anti-Semit-
i-m Declining." "Judaism and
Civil Liberties." "Judaism's Con-
tribution to Law and Democracy."
"Judaism on Marriage and Inter-
marriage." "The Two-Way Bridge
Between America and Israel,"
"Judaism and Christianity." "Is
the Synagogue the Focus of Jew-
ish Life Today."
Revolving faculty consists of
Louis Schwartzman, of the Bu-
reau; Rabbi Simon April. Beth
Moshe Congregation; Rabbi Jon-
ah E. Caplan. Adath Yeshurun
Congregation; Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber, Young Israel Congrega-
tion; Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Beth
Torah Congregation; Rabbi Sam-
uel Machtai, Temple B'nai Sholom;
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Temple
Sinai; and Rabbi Harold Richter.
B'nai Raphael Congregation.
Courses offered at Beth Torah
Congregation include the second
semester of "Jews in the Middle
Ages," with Meyer Samberg,
educational director of Temple
semester in "Elementary He-
brew," with Abraham J. Gittel-
son, educational director, Beth
Torah Congregation, as instruc-
tor; second semester of "Conver-
sational Hebrew," Rabbi Shimon
Azulay, president, Hebrew Edu-
cators' Alliance, instructor; and
a new course in the "Vocabulary
of Jewish Life," with Herbert
Zvi Berger, associate director
ef the Bureau, instructor.
Courses continue in the third
location of the College of Jewish
Studies at the Bureau ol Jewish
Education Building. The course
for Hebrew teachers in prepara-
tion for the examination of the Na-
tional Board of License will en-
ter its second semester, with Dr.
Nathaniel Soroi'f. Bureau con-
sultant, as instructor. Courses
continue on Friday afternoons in
"Basic Judaism," with Herbert
Zvi Berger instructor, and "Meth-
ods of Teaching in the Hebrew-
Class" and "Teaching Methods in
the Sunday School," with Louis
Schwartzman, instructor.
The College of Jewish Studies
also sponsors the Bureau's tele-
vision program "Living Hebrew."
which is now in its sixth >ear of.
presentation and continues every
Thursday, 7 p.m.. over Station
WTHS. Ch. 2, co-sponsored by the
Community Television Foundation.
Adams to Speak
At Beth Jacob
Florida Secretary of State Tom
Adams will be guest speaker at
the 30th anniversary banquet of
Beth Jacob Congregation to be
held at the Deauville Hotel on
Sunday, Feb. 23
Vice Mayor of Miami Beach
Bernard Frank said this week th;.t
Adams, in accepting the invitation.
"praised the activities of the first
Orthodox synagogue on the
Beach."
Spiritual leader of Beth Jacob
Congregation is Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Guest of honor at the banquet
will be Abe Eisenberg, vice pres-
ident of Riverside Memorial Chap-
els.
Banquet chairman is Leonard
Gilbert.
RabW feitz At
Agudath Israel
Rabbi Pinchas Teitz. presidium
member of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of America and Canada,
of Elizabeth, N.J.. delivered an
address last Saturday at Agudath
Israel Hebrew Institute.
On a Torah tour of the mid-
western and western states as a
representative of the Union of
Orthodox Rabbis. Rabbi Teitz was
introduced by Rabbi Isaac Hirsh
Ever.
Rabbi Gross
Back From Talk
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
cipal of the Hebrew Academy, has
just returned from New York
where he addressed a capacity
audience of 1,200 people at the an-
nual dinner of Yeshiva Torah
Vodaath and Mesifla in the Wal
dorf Astoria.
At the affair, a two million dol-
lar building campaign was official-
ly launched by Arnold Neustadter,
building campaign chairman.
Rabbi Alexander Linchner. prin-
cipal of Yeshiva Torah Vodaath
and Mesifta. reported on the pro-
gresi the Yeshiva has made not
only in this country but in its
.student activities abroad.
Volunteer group presented a cantata at late
Friday evening services last week a' Temple
Ner Tamid. The cantata, "The Seven Golden
Buttons," was directed by Cantor Saul
Breeh, with Joseph Schreibman, music direc-
tor, assisting. Seated (left to right) are Mrs.
Gertrude Mogul, Miss Evelyn Levy, Mrs.
YveMe Silberger, William Weissman, soloist.
Mrs. Saul Breeh and Mrs. Harry Bezark.
Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Ben Avick,
Mrs. Dan Piver, Cantor Breeh. Dan Piver, nar-
rator, Schreibman, Bernard Lack, Mrs. Leo
Paul and Mrs. Milton Hurwitz. Not shown are
Mesdames Morris Woskow, Alex Marx and
Michael Horwitz.


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Temple Menorah sponsored its second an-
nual Chanuka Music Festival here recently.
Featured were the Israeli Dance
Group, including Barbara Segal, Dick Fried-
man, Marlene Segal, Scott Saulson, Vivian
Shelist, Zvi Honor, Diane Glickman, Robert
Ett and Sharon Krovetz. Also lectured were
Cantor Edward Klein and Rose Byrum, so-
prano.
Sholem Students Are Consecrated
Temple Beth Sholem's Religious
School in Hollywood and Holly-
wood Hills, with an overall en-
rollment of more than 250 chil-
dren, consecrated 32 new Hebrew
school students at the regular
Friday night service recently.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. spirit-
ual leader, announces (hat Beth
Sholem offers a program of reli-
gious education from nursery
school for children, age 4. through
high school for 17-year olds.
.Members of the Hebrew school
faculty are Bruce Richman, edu-
cational director, Aviva Richman,
Cantor Ernest Steiner and Miss
Joanne Feld.
Regular Sunday School, pre-con-
firmation, confirmation, post-con-
firmation and Bar Mitzvah classes
are offered in addition to a Musaf
club, Hebrew dramatic club and
youth program for ages 10 through
high school age.
Following were consecrated:
Marc Axinn. Sandra Berman. Lin-
da Brown, Elisa Caplan, Bonnie
Fiering, Jill Fiering. Mark Finnk.
Vicki Finnk, Bruce Friedman, Re-
becca Garmizo, Stuart Gobey, Ava
Goldman. Jeff Goldstein, Holly
Gucky, Joel Hakam. Stephen
Heim, Susan Jackson. Randy
Mars, Debra Marcus, Jane Marcus,
Joan Pollak, Cindy Quinter, Ruth
Quinter, Eric Salter, Mahna Sai-
ler, Barry Silber, Robert Silver-
stein, James Sporn, Raphael
Weiss, Shelley Zander.
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Health Fair Again
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rae] ol Greater Mlam on May
6. it was announced here thi.s
week.
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been suggested by i)r Bictoard Y.
Reed, chairman of the Society a
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Irving Pollack presented "Vac
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IETTER TO THE EDITOR -
Jewish Needs Should Come First
Hibiscus Lodge collects 52 pints of blood for Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital Blood Bank. Left to right are Dr. Meyer Sclar; Edward
Platkin. chairman of Hibiscus Blood Bank; Milton Perlberger.
co-chairman; and Dr. Mark Cirlin, director of blood procure-
ment.
PERFORMS COMMUNITY SMKl
Hibiscus Lodge Blood Bank Continuing
Record of Successful Achievement Here
When Mt. Sinai Hospital hold a
Blood Bank Unit t.>r Hibiscus
Lodge recently, 52 pints of blood
were collected.
The Hibiscus Blood Bank has
been a successful project since its
I inception in 1949. when then Wor-
Ishipful MaBter Ben Essen appoint-
ed Fdward A. Platkin chairman,
|oi the Blood Bank Committee.
In the 14 years of Platkin's
[chairmanship, the Hibiscus Blood
Bunk has allocated a total of 1,817 i
Ipoints of blood which represents
$45,425.
In addition to serving its mem-
|1hin and families with blood. Hi-;
IImmus has made annual donations
|1" the following organizations:
Vrmed Forces Program (Korean;
|\\.ir>. Mt. Sinai Hospital. St. I
Francis Hospital. Veterans Ad
ninistration Hospital. Coral'
babies, Mcsonic Home of Florida.
Masonic Relief Association. Cere
sial Palsey, Hemophilia Chapter
ind individual indigent cases
In 1953, the lodge in.-tituted a
lood Bank Processing Fund
through cash donations from its
pembers. Purpose of this fund'
las tu pay all processing charges
r indigent members.
Committee members of Hibiscus
"mi Bank are Milton Perlberger,
|o-chairman, Dr. Mark Cirlin. di-
iitur of blood procurement, who
also head of the Mt Sinai Hos-
|ital Blood Bank, which he found-
MIDDIE AGED WOMAN WANTED
GOOD COOK
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ed in 1949, Dr. Meyer Sclar, Sam
C.laubman. Marshall Bernard, Nat
Kirsch. Maurice Collegeman and
Louis Auerbach.
The Mobile Unit Staff of Mt.
Sinai Hospital, under the direction
ol Dr. Cirlin, Mrs Ann Hausman.
Office manager, and Mary Jo Fry,
chief technician, comes to Hibis-
cus Temple four times a year,
March, June. Sept., and Decem-
ber. All donors are served full
course dinners of steak or prime
ribs of beef.
EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian:
Recent pronouncements by Jew-
ish organizations and individuals,
both lay and clerical, have been
disturbing to me. Enough is
enough when it comes to Jewish
involvement in the civil rights
question.
Statements approving the prin-
ciples of civil rights are perfectly
in order. But endorsement by-
Jews of certain legislative pro-
posals, the payment of expenses
for rabbis who joined the Wash-
ington March in August (I refer to
the S1.000 given by AJC). the an-
nouncement at the recent Gen-
eral Assembly here of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds that the most im-
portant item facing American
Jewry today is the Negro problem,
the passage of resolutions at the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations biennial in Chicagoall
of this is not only a misuse of
funds which were donated for
Jewish purposes, but reflects posi
tions which can only be construed
as endorsements of specitic ad
ministrative proposals and NAACP
I and CORE positions.
As consequence, all our or-
I ganizations appear to be auxil-
iaries and mouthpieces for the
administrative branch of the
Democratic Party, NIACP and
CORE. What about our own
struggle for rights? No general
ethical concept should blind us
as Jews from recognizing the
basic and very practical diffi-
culties of our position in this
country as a minority.
When a group or even one rab-
bi comes to a southern commun-
ity, and in speeches and actions
sharply criticizes that commun-
ity's civil rights attitudes, and
then leaves, the reaction by the
community is that all Jews are
Negro lovers," Jewish merchants
are boycotted and Jewish citizens
are again thrown into "splendid"
isolation. When a Protestant
minister or group does the same
thing, that particular minister or
group is attackedas individuals
and there is no social or econ-
omic boycott of Protestant mer-
chants or Protestant members of
the community I submit that
this is a very important practical
consideration, and no ethical plati-
tudes can explain it away.
On the other hand, where are'
these individuals when it comes
to Jewish civil rights? I have not
seen and don't see now any Jew-
ish sit-ins, marches or demonstra-
tions regarding discrimination on
LaGorce Island, or the complete
absence as reported in national
publications of Jewish lawyers in
top flight law firms, or the com-
plete absence of Jewish executives
in any echelon of leading Ameri-
can business corporations, or the
three leading auto manufacturing
corporations. I do not see Jew-
ish or any other pickets in front
of the estate of the mass murder-
er of Jews residing in a palatial
estate in California, Andrij Artu-
kovic. And I certainly do not sec
these individuals leading demon-
strations against the administra-
tion and State Department stand
on the amendment for foreign aid
cutting funds off from Nasser and
Egypt.
What is this pathological preoc-
cupation Jew s have for everyone's
cause except their own? Israel
and world Jewry are in one of
their most dangerous situations in
our history, but these same zeal-
ots don't see it. or if they do.
I cannot understand dying like
a sheep for Kiddush HaShem, but
1 can understand dying like the
Warsaw Ghetto fighters, the Ir-
gun and other groups in history
who went down fighting. I can
not see kissing the whip that beats
me or the extreme masochism
characterizing so many of our
pseudo-intellectuals and so-called
leaders.
DR. HARRY E. WOLK
Miami Beach
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Friday. January 24. 1964
CJA Division
Boasts Increase
In the first meeting of tne Com-
munal Services Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, a 3 per
cent increase was recorded on be-
half of the 1963 drive, it was an-
nounced by Edward Cohen, chair-
man of the division.
Leaders of the division, repre-
senting social, heallh and welfare
agencies in the community, as well
as religious institutions, took a
lour of the new Ablin expansion
project at the Jewish Home for
the Aged, where they met for a
planning session. The group ;'s
feted by Executive Director Maur-
ice Pearlstein and Assistant Di-
rector Arthur Kalish.
Federation Executive Director
Arthur s. Rosichan spoke on be-
half of Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964
campaign chairman
u
Norton Pallot (riqht) and S. Ronald Pallot discuss the 1964
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Norton Pallot will serve
as co-chairman of the Manufacturing and Transport Divis-
ion. Ronald Pallo'. has been chosen to head the Transporta-
tion Group. Both leading executives of Norton Tire Co., they
have been active in the Automotive Division in the past. Nor-
ton Pallot is a member of the 1964 CJA Campaign Cabinet
and on the Federa'.ion Board of Governors.
Aliens Required
To Register
District Director Edward P
Ahrens, of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service, said this
iveek thai the annual alien ad-
dress report program usually
causes a sharp rise in the number
(l applications for naturalization
Combined Jewish Appeal is the subject of an informal discus
sion between. Samuel Farber, assistant director-comptroller ot
Mt Sinai Hospital, and Communal Services Division Chair-
man Edward Cohen, administrative direc'or of Temple Israel
Cohen and Federation Executive Director Arthur S. Rosichan
announced a 30 percent increase at the division's cocktoi.
partv held at the Jewish Home for the Aged.
Rabbi Specks At ORT Meeting
, i t Mrs. Jack Karp
To Head UJA
Women's Division
By Special Report
NEW YORK Mrs. Jack Karp.
of Beverly Hills, Calif., was re-
cently named 1964 national chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal
Women's Division.
She succeeds ifrs, Israel D.
Fink. MinneapQWL,"who has serv-
ed in this position for the past
three years. The appointment
was announced by Joseph Meyer-
hoff, of Baltimore. UJA general
chairman.
Since 1946. when the UJA na
lional Women's Division was
founded, women throughout the I her seventh visit to the State of!
country have contributed upwards j Israel, she conferred on immi-
ol $220 million to community cam-' grant aid problems with high gov-
paigns on behalf of the United ernment officials, including Prime |
Jewish Appeal. | Minister Levi Eshkol, former
Mrs. Karp, who is the wife of Prim Minister David Ben-Gurion;
the vice president and West Coast'-"< Moshe Sharett, former Prime
director of Paramount Pictures; Minister and currently chairman
has long been identified with aid of the Jewish Agency Executive
The law requires all aliens in ORT featured Rabbi Mayer Abram
the United States, with te\ ex owitz as guest speaki open
ceptions, to report their addresses meeting on Wi nigh' at
each January. Throughout the the Deauville Hotel
United States, also 30 percent Rabbi Abramowitz Instru
more applications for naturaliza- mental in establishing tl"' first
tion are received during the ,,u-r training center in Berlin,
months of January, February and Germany, immediate!} following
March than are received durum World War II,
other months. Ahrens attributes
this sudden rise to the Alien Ad-
dress Report Program.
Aliens not required to make this
report are diplomats, those ai
credited to certain international
organisations, and those who have
entered temporarily as agriculur-
al laborers.
Forms for making the reports
His subjeel lor tin evening was
The Jew and the M o nke>
Wrench."
Following the lecture, a short
film was shown on the work of
ORT in m countries, teaching 26
different trades in over 650 trade
schools
The public i~ invited to attend
MRS. JACK KARP
will be available at all Post Of- ORTs first open meeting. Re
fices and Offices of the Immigra- treshments will be served, and a
tion and Naturalization Service social hour and card game! will
during the month of January. follow the meeting,
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She recently headed the UJA
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survey of UJA-financed welfare
and aid programs in Europe and
Israel.
During this trip, which marked grcss.
A national board member of
UJA since 1951. Mrs. Karp is also
a member of the national board
of Hadassah and was national vice
president of the organization from
1952 to 1955. In 1956. she was a
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Friday. January 24. 1964
#EI Al in Line
For Purchase
Of Super-Jets
By Special Report
El Al Israel Airlines secured
for itself n most favorable posi-
tion in the line of purchasing of
Iwo I S. built supersonic aircraft
by depositing $200,000 with the
Federal Aviation administrator in
Washington.
In being assigned positions 10
and 14, El Al will be among the
firsi two foreign flag carriers on
Mlantii to place in service
an made, supersonic air-
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Deposits for the two super-
seme aircraft were made in per-
son by Brig. Gen. E. Ben-Arzi,
president of El Al, and Col. S.
(."hat, chief executive of the
fline, at the offices of the Fed-
e'dl Aviation Administration in
Washington.
Vl's management made il
I lhal its decision would be
upon the aircraft's
m accordance with
's specifications and
requirements.
n 1 ment between the
Federal t\\ iation
". lion and Kl Al was
a pollcj established
i> ihi \ \ and designed 10 Be-
nin equitable allocation of
mong American and
carriers Offering
>Atlai 1 service.
\i thus repeats a dramatic
being among the first in-
lional airlines on the Atlantic
Iroduce revolutionary ad-
in air transportation.
It had previously raced BOAC
in the introduction of the first
ietprop aircraft (the Britannia)
on the Atlantic and had estab-
lished a number of blue ribbon
speed records with this aircraft
when it was first introduced in
)57. |
In the sub-sopic jet era, Its non-
Mop jet lights between the Unit-
ed States and Israel, one of the
longest regularly-scheduled flights
in commercial aviation, also rep-
resents a major aviation "lirst."
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Discussion of Spinoza I
"The Life and Philosophy ol
Spinoza" is the subject of a round
table discussion at West brook*)
Country Club's lecture group, the
-1\Visdom Workshop," Friday. Jan,
24, at 8 p.m. The lecture is open
to the public.
Discussing this week's cruise of the Great-
er Miami Districts of the Zionist Organ-
ization of America aboard the Zim Lines SS
Jerusalem are (left to right) Max Parness, pres-
ident, Miami Gables District Mr. and Mrs.
Morns Simon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rabinowitz,
Mrs. Nan Cohen, Akiva Goffer, vice president
of Zim Lines here, and Joseph Fine. Some 75
ZOA members are participating in the cruise
to S'. Thomas in the Virgin Islands and San
Juan, Puerto Rico.
Showman's Group Installs Officers
Twentieth annual installation
dinner of Miami Showman's Asso-
ciation Auxiliary was held Thurs-
day, .Ian !). at the Everglades
Hotel
In a ceremony conducted by
Mrs. Mae Levine and Mrs Ada
Cowan, the following officers for
1961 were installed:
Hesdames M i c k ie Hawkins.
president; Eve Daniels, Ann Tara,
Dorothy Conn, vice presidents;
Hilda Homan, Neva Heiman. see
retaries; Alberta Mack, treasurer
Among notable attending the
affair were Mr-. Rose Spidel.
mother of Ralph Renick of WTVJ;
Mrs. Sidney Aronowitz, wife of the
City of Miami Commissioner Mrs,
Walk Maer, wife of the attorney
[or the Showman's Association;
Mrs. Henry Balaban. wife of Judge
Balaban; Mrs Thomas Kelly, wife
id the former sheriff; and Mrs
Robert Floyd, wife of Judge
Floyd.
WebmeWagw
Honors Special
Family Occasions
Your Welcome Wagon Hostess]
will call with a basket of gifis. _
and friendly greetings from reli-
gious, civ ic, and business leaders
of our community when roar
family celebrates a sixteenth
birthday, announces an engage-
ment or the birth of a new babjfa
or moves to a new borne.
When the occasion arises, phone
HI 8-4994
Balkin Lodge
Meeting Monday
Cilbert J. Balkin B'nai B'nth
Lodge met on Monday. 8 p.m.. at
L'niversitj Bowling Lanes, 7101
SW :>9th PI., according to Presi
dent Ainslee R, Fur-die.
New members were obligated.
announcement of the Nominating
Committee was made, and Charles
Seiavitch reported on the district
Board ol Governors meeting held
al Baltimore.
Rieger to Serve
As Noble Grand
Joseph Rieger. Miami Beach,
civic leader, was installed as
I'oble grand of Miami Beach Odd-
fellow Lodge 101 on Tuesday!
night in the Oddfellow Lodge, 25
Washington Avc.
District Deputy Grandmaster
Roy Bowen conducted the cere-
' many.
Serving with Rieger were Max
Grccnwald, vice grand; Al Lau-
frouben and Harry Sussman, sec-
retaries; Morris Spivack, treasur
er; and Joe Goldbater. chaplain.
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vJmlsJh ftcridiar
Zamora Has
Sporting Night
Temple Zamora Sisterhood Don-
or Committee sponsored a "Sport-
ing Xipht Out" aU Miami .Jai-Alai
on Thursday, Jan. 16. In charge o
reservations were Mrs. Harold
Shuman and Mrs. Sam Miller.
Mrs Leah Friedson has served
as chairman of the Sisterhoods
pulpit flower fund in memory of
the late Maurice Fishman. son of
Ion time Temple members. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Fishman.
Rabbi Hershel Brooks dedicated
ihe permanent floral arrangement
during services Friday evening.
Jan. 17
Friday. January 24. 1964
'Dolls for Democracy' N
Dolls for Democracy," with
each doll representing a differ-
ent country, was presented at
the H'nai Brith Women of Coral
Gabks meeting on Tuesday even-
in- al ilillel Mouse. University of
Miami campus. Affair was hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Archie Grossman
in honor of the marriage Of their
son. Leonard, to Toby Pretbus
Eight women who helped make the annual
dinner dance and show of the Women's Corps
of the Papanicolaou Cancer Research Institute
a success are seated (left to right) Mrs. Jennie
Miller and Mrs. Sidney Raflel, chairman oi
the affair. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Max-
well Hymun, Mrs. Manny Mandel, Mrs. Har-
old Richter, Mrs. Victor Vickness, Mrs. Moe
Blitz, and Mrs. Sidney Blum. Held in the Cafe
Le Can Can of the Carillon Hotel, the benefit
presented Lou Walters "Oui Oui Paree" revue.
Over 600 attended.
Physical Fitness Men's Program
To demonstrate what can be ac- Wolfson, who also serves as area
complishcd in physical condition- coordinator for isometric pro-
ing to counteract the effects of grams for Dade County schools,
the inactive life of the average will be the instructor of the pro-
business and professional man in gram which win take place weck-
his thirties and forties, ai new nmsA
program has been designed by the _"_
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Founders Club
Luncheon Held
Founders Club of Mt. Sinai Hos-
pital held a luncheon meeting on
Tuesday in the Founders Room at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
According to Chairman Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, the affair hon-
ored the birthdays of founders
Mrs. S Harvey Greenspan. Rob-
ert Z. Greene. A. J. Harris an.1
II. M. Mason, who each received
I Founders Club gift as a momento
of the occasion.
Basis for admission to the
unique club is a minimal yift of
$50,000 to Mt. Sinai Hospital The
group now has a total member'
ship of 84 men and women
Pupils Illustrate
Friday at Home
Pupils Ol the primary depart-
ment of Beth David Sunday School
illustrated "Friday Night in the
Home" with readings, recitations
and snugs at the Oncg Shabbat
following this Friday evening's
services,
Program was presented by stu-
dents of kindergarten. Grades 1
and 2. under the direction of lies-
dames John Lundblad, David
Fames and Alexander Stiebel.
Prancine Brrkawitz acted as
narrator. assisted by Cynthia
Markovieh, Howard Zuckerman.
Rebecca Kurtz, Buddy Adler. John
Shiekman. Frank Labbie. Susan'
Waas, Deborah Soule. David Kat-
ini-, I'ln His Herskowitz. Jayne
Levine. Sandra Langer. Susan
Siegel.
Also Mark Levitt. Lisa Mell.
Debra Adlei. Steven Hipsman. An-
drew Labbie. Sharon Sachs, Fran-
cine Sachs. Michael Soule, David
llmkes. Linda Laskin, Steven Mer-
lin. Steven Shiekman. Elysa Lang-
it and Ross Sohn.
Mark Elliott Fertig, son of
Harriette and Jack Fertig, 993
Bay Dr., Normandy Isle, re-
cently celebrated his first
birthday. Although his birth-
cay was actually Jan 2, the
Fertigs hosted t.he party for
the family on Sunday, Jan.
12. Mark is the grandson of
the Phil Neuwirths, of Sheri-
dan Ave., Miami Beach, and
the Israel Fertigs, of Oak-
land, Calif.
vice of a panel of top experts in
medicine and physical education.
Open to all, but with a limited
capacity in enrollment, this activ-,
ity was to begin on Thursday even-'
ing. Jan. 23. in the "X" gymnas-
ium at 450 SW 16th Ave., it was
announced by Stanley Spieler,,
adult activities chairman.
Idea for the program was spark-;
1 ed at a talk recently given to
I adults at the "Y" by Dr. M. Eu-
gene Flipse. chairman of the Pre-.
: ventive Medicine Department at
the University of Miami Medical
School, at which time the prob-
lems of maintaining physical vig-
or in the "prime of life" were dis-
cussed.
Advisory committee was con-
vened, consisting of Dr. Flipse;
Dr. Philip Samet, director of the,
Cardio Pulmonary Laboratory at,
Mt. Sinai Hospital: Dave Wike,
trainer. University of Miami foot-
ball team; and Ben Wolfson. chair-
man, Physical Education Depart-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FLEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. C3C 13797
K KTHLEEN LOL'ISE U WIS.
Il ff,
FRANCIS STEPHEN I'WIS.
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ORDER TO APPEAR
VOf ki:.\N''|S STEPHEN DAVIS,
.... unkii..vv n. .ii e h-'i ni. ,i to
. .., j ,,i your anawi r lo the
'omiilalnt for I w\ orce i lied a., ilnal
,.., upon Claude M. Barnes, Altor-
' ...T plaintiff, -"' Calumet Uhlg.,
Florida, and file Hi.....glnal
\iiii the dork of ihia Court on or be-
,i,,. Jrd day of Februar). 1864, II
to do so, ludgmenl bj de-
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I, -,..,ii.i. .1 iii said Complaint.
. _'.ih day -I i "' mix r,
i: B LEATHERMAN
Clei k "i" the i 'Ircult Court
BJ K M I.V.MAN
11. put} < lerk
1 3-10-17-24
i\ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
63C 13790
KI1 tNClSCO .1. MJCHAELSEN.
Claim iff,
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N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
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ELMER It. \\ IL1.IA.M--
K. stdence Cnknow it
Vou, ELMER II w II-Ll VMS, are
hireh) notified that a Bill of Com-
mii for l ilvon e has been riled
attains! you, and you are n-i|ulred to i
aeive -i cop) "I >..... \n-.vei or I
i'li-uding i" the Bill of Cbmptalnl on
the I'laintlit attorney, > \ MILL
MORRIS, 134!) X \\ S6th Street. Ml-1
Florida, and file ti.....rlglnal
An-M.-i or Pleading In the offlci of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi '
the 3rd day ol Februarj. 1964.
il v.. i fail to do bo, Judgment bj de-
fault will be taken against you foi the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-

Thru notice shall be published once
.h iveek for four consecutive weeka
In THE JEWISH l-Li ;il >l AN
|itNE AND ORDERED at Miami,
i thll Mth da) Of Deui mi" i.
A.H
i: B i.lathkk.uam. Clerk.
I'll m Curl. Dade County, Florida
Heal) B) C. I' ii'l'KI.AXI)
Deputy Clerk
SAMCEL MORRIS Eaq.
v \\ Uth Stret
Miiimi, l- k>rlda
Plaintiff
1 J-10-I7-S4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
inilei Klgneil, desiring to engage In
Ul|.I. I 111.- 1 il Illi'illS II Mil. ol
|RH OITICAL il 8801 8W --"ill
"it, Miami, Florida Intend to reg-
-,.cl name with Ihe Clerk of the
i 'ourl i kule 'ountj. i'i Ida
K >HN I-' Mi KENNA, M 1>
l>. lil.AKi: FL4TMAN, M.D,
INsl.EE i: PER DIE
foi Appllcanta
231 S.\V. I iejeune Road
la 1134
148-26111
l :-in--,7-:'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59907-C
RE Bftati ol
LENA GOl IDMAN
Deceasi il.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i> hereby given that I liave
filed :i Final Report ami Petition for
Distribution ami Final Din harge as
Kxecutor oi the eatati ol Lena Hood-
man, di i aai d; and that "ii the th
da) ol February, l64, will apply to
tin ll.iiioral.l-- County Judgea ol Dade
I'ounty, Florida, (ot approval of eald
Final Reiiorl and for distribution and
i.n .1 dim hargi a* Executor ( the
estate of the above-named decedent.
Thla 2nd day of Januar>. 19*4.
JACK FCCHS4
i:\.. utor Eatati ol L*na Goodman
v\.i>. Helman, Kaplan .-. Catainan
By ua 'N K M'l.AN. Attorn*)
11 o > W Pit i Street
M..MMI. Fl.....la
1 JO-T7-24-U
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
TROPICAL BEAl'TY SALON at 7R1S
Bird Road, .Miami. Dnde County,
Florida, Intenda to register said name
with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
l>.Wll> 11 ROGERS
8ANFORD FREED
Ait..in.y for Owner
J07 Flagler Fedi ral
Miami 32, l'"i"i Ida
Bldg.
I
r-24-31-2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 61459-B
IN RE: Eati......f
s \ m t" i; i REESE
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and ah Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnat &aiu
You are Iteteby notified and re
quired v present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnat
,,,.. ,-,. of SAMUEL REESfi de-
i-eaaed late "f Dade County, hiorida.
to th.- County Judges ol Dade Coun-
ty, inl fib- thi same III duplicate ami
as provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Statute*, In their offices In the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
IN
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 613962-B
in RE: Estate of
HAHoLU I- IHLI.IAItP.
I). .-as. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You. are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you niave have nga Qst
the estate .-f HAROLD F. HTLLIARD M
I....I-.-.I late ol I'.ol.- County, Flor-
ida, i-. the Count) Judges of pade
County, and fil<- the same In iiupii-
cate and as provided In Bectlon 783.16,
Fli i"'l.i Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, l i..riii.i. within si\ calendar
months from tin- time of th. rirai
i.noil.-.in m hereof, or the same will
I... burred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this nth
day of January, A 1< 1M4.
MARY IIIM.IAIlii
As Administratrix
of the ICstate ol Harold 11.
Hilllard, Deceased
First publication ..f tiii- notlci on
ill.- i;iii day of January, IM4.
( I.Al'OE M. BARNES.
Attorney for Mary Hilllard)
Administratrix
03 Calumet HuiMIng
Miami, Plot Ida _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
DRESS DESIGNS at 1020 N.E. T^th
Road, Miami. Fla., Intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, PI
PATRICIA BAKER
sole owner
BIEGEI.. ALBERT, WL1SS ,v I.YONfe
Aii..i m. > s for oWner
l 24, 31, :-:. 14
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61741 C
RE; Estate of
MORRIS R. BRILLIANT
Deceasi .1
CREDITORS
and ah Pi
Demands A
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21243
NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN 11 '
Nathaniel W. Slegel holder ol Toi
..f Miami Springs Special Assessment
Lien Certificate No. K9 issued the 261
day "f May, A.D. I5, lias filed lama
in my office, and Mas made appllc
lion f"r a tax deed to be issued then -
on. Saul Certifli ate embraces the
following described property in tlw
County of Dade, State of Florida, t -
nit:
W 72.'-' Ft of i: 925.1 Ft of N
Tr :.: Leas N JO Fl & S 8 Fl to RW
Fla Fruit Land i"... Sub., I'lal Boiik
2 Page 17. Section l". Township ':
South, Range 40 East in the Town
..f Miami Springs, Count} of Dade,
State of Plot Ida.
i be assessment ..f said propi 11 -
under the said ci rtlficate "a- In n.--
name pf; Kermlt G. Tlndell.
I'nl-ss said certificate ahall be re-
.1.. in. .1 i......rdlng to law, the prop-
erty described ierein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the Court House
iloor on the fust Monda) In the month
oi February, 1*4, which is the 3rd
day of Fi Uruat -. 1964.
Dated iliis 31st day --i .....
1968.
i: B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit court, Dade County, Flori i
II; I! M. DEEPER,
1 ii put) Clerk
1 3-10 I", :
h
i, or Hie same HII l>au..l
lie tell at Miami. Florida, tins
d) ol January-, A D. 1M4.
MONROE REESE
As Executor
First publication ol this notice on
the i "tii da) of Januarj. 1964,
KOVNKR a MANNHBIMER
Attoi ney for Exi i utor
a......ui.....i Pluaa Center ) ,,-.._.,..,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'-' i It i. IS HEREBY ;i\ EN thai
i slum il, di H in-: i" engaai In
n.l. | the i ii .lions ii. nil, of
IA.MI HAL REFINISHINU nl 139
! 1st SI .Mi.mi.....tl lids to reg-
Id name v. nli the I 'Ii rh "f the
iurt >l Dadi County, Flor-
11 SCAR KAR2U I
1/17-24-31, 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
,i,. undersigned, di siring to engagi ii
buslm-sa under the fictitious name o
HOND STREET BARBER SHOP at
534 Biscayue Blvd., Miami,
tends register said name
Clerk < the Circuit Court
Count). l lorlda.
Fla., Mi-
tt eh the
of Dade
1..W1D ROSE
1 10-17-
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA. IN PROBATE
No. 60336-A
i:1 Estat.....
GENIEVK tiCSSIE McCORMICK
I ... aaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml i'i. illtors and All Persona
,v"11 ''aims ..r Demands Against
"Id Latate:
1 an hereby notified and re-
.'.'1 to present an) claims and de-
in i Ich you ma> i hnvi igalnst
estate of GENIEVK Gl'SSIE
'"K.mii'K. deceased late of Dade
"mil. Florida, to the Count) Judges
County, and iii. the same
at......I as provided In Hec-
'' ''' 16, Florida Bta lutes, In their
In the Count) Courthouse In
'ounty, Florida, within six cal-
1 '' months from the n.......f tin'
-' imblicatlon hereof, or the same
I'" I" barred.
""leil .M Miami. I lorlda, thtfl '.'Hi
ol Jan la y, ail 1964
CDAI'DE M BARNES
Aa Bxecutor of the Estate ol
' Mi.\.- i; iii Met 'ormlck
AI-DE M. BARNES
Itorney for Executor
'"aliinui lluildiiii;
laml, 13, Florida
l. i7-:'i-.;i-:' I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 21
ELLIS W. CAR1UN,
Plaintiff,
ELAINE A. CARRIN,
Defendant. --
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Elaine A. Can In
i; i' D.
\\ eat Pawl, t, Vermont
You. Elaine a. Carrln, are hereO)
notified that a Rill of Complaint for
Divorce lias been fil-'l against you,
and you are req llred tp serve a cops
of vour Answer ot Pleading to tne
Bill of Complaint on the Plalntlfl a
attorney, Stanle) E. aoodman. ni
N W H Street. Miami. Florida *
and file the original Answer or 11""*"
i,1M i the oifk-.- ot the ( lerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the lJti
day "f February, i'-'4. If you fall
to do so. judgment b) default im <>
mk.-ii against you for the relief ite-
mand.d iii the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each ek lor fo ir onsi i atl\ e wi k
in THE JEWISH FLORIHI VN.
DONE VND ORDERED -.i Miami,
Plorlda, tin- -mi day of Januar) A.D.
i- H i.i: VTHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade i 'ount) I
is,.,U B) : E. E. GRCUB,
|>eput< t i. .
STANLEY E. GOODM VN
268a NAt 62 Sir. et
Miami, Plot Ida
Attorney for Plaintiff | w.17.24.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21246
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
Nathaniel W. Slegel, holder of City
of Homestead Tax Sab- Certificates
numl.r-r.il :t-TlH and :t<717 issued the
-ml day -f Jnn.-. A.D. l58. has riled
same in my ifflce, and has made
application for a tax deed to be is-
sued thereon. Paid certificates em-
hraee the fnllowiiiK di-si-rlli.-d prop-
erty, In the i'ounty of Dade. State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot :'. Block 5 t-'i.ads Adiln. No. I.,
Plal it."-k rt Paw ''-' Section 18
Township 'i7 South. Il.im.'" 18 Basl
in tin- Citv of Horn.stead, County
of Dade, Btare of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. S*71. The
assessment of said property under
th.- sai.t certificate Issued was in
the n.line of unknown.
Lot i Block Fread'a Addn, No. .
iTin Honk ii Page iv-'. Section 11
Township 57 South, Range IS haai
in the Cit) of ii.iin. si. ad, Count)
,,f Dade, State ol Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 18711. rhe
in. ni of said property under
tin- said certificate i.-sii.d "as in
tiu name of unknown.
Unless said oertlfloates shall be re-
deemed according to law, the prop-
Pi iv di i Ibed herein ill be sold to
the highest bidder ii the Court House
door on the fnsl Monday in the
iimnth ,.f February, A.D. 1914, which
la the Ird day of February, A.D IM4.
Dated thla list day of December,
" B. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
of Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
... .,., By: It M DEEI'ER.
Deput) CU-rk
1 3-10-17-84
NOTICE TO
Tn ah Creditors
11,, \ niu Claims or
Said Kstnte;
You are hi n b) notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mave have against
of MORRIS R BRILUANT
deceased tate of Dadi County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judgi ol I ade
County, and file the same In dupli-
cate and as providud In Section 73S.16,
Plorlda Statutes, in their offices In
tin Count) Courthouse hi Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from tin- time of the tu-i
publication hereof, ot the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thll 13th
tla) oi January, A.D. i4.
JENNIE r:. BRILUANT
As Executrix
First publication of tins notlee oa
ill. 17th da) of January, 1964.
MILTON A. FRIED
\ i. rue) for Executrix
36 N.E. -1st Street, Miami 87
I 17-24-31-2 7
I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C MS
PALMIRO DE LA TORRE,
Plaintiff,
,li ANA DE LA TORRE,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Juanii de la Torre
Resldeni I'nknow n
You. J liana de la Torre, are hi r< b)
noiii'i.-d thai a Bill of complaint loi
Divorce lias been filed against you,
and you are required lo serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading t-1 Ihe
BUI of 'omplalnt on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Mann-I ZaJac, 802 Biscayne
B illdliut, Miami, Florida 331 10, and
fil. (he original Answer "i Pleading
In the offlci of the Clerk of Ihe Cir-
cuit Conn on or before the imIi day
of February, l64. n you fall to do
so, Judgment by default ill be taken
against you lor the rellel demanded
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notice shall l- published once
each week lor four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, thla 15th da) ol Ja
A.D. 1964
i; i: LBATHERMAN, Clerk.
i iieuii Conn. Dade Count). Plo Ida
B) : K. M LYMAN
Deput) Clel k
MANUEL ZAIAC
302 Blsc iv in- Itiilldini;
Ml.inn. Floi Ida
Attorne) for Plaintiff
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA.21250
notice is herehy on en 11 t
S'athaniel W. Slegi I, holder of I "I
,.i Miami Lien Sale Certificates nu
l.er.d I67i, 169, 737 and S>67, Issued
6th day ol fill I
, same In my office, and lias mad.- a;>-
lilloatlnn for a tax deed u. ... Issued
thei eon. s .id certificates embrai -
the following described property, in
the Counts ol Dade, State ol Florida,
t. -\\ 11:
j Lot IS .Block 2, Ta) lor'n Subdli If
plal Book -i Page IS In the City
of Miami, county of Dade, State of
Plorlda, as embraced In Certificate
N... It". The assessment ..i said
property under the said certl
issued "as Ml the Maine .if I'li-
lanown.
Lot 17 Block :' Taylor's Subdivision.
Plal Book -'l Pag u". In the City of
Miami, County of Dade, state ol
Florida, as embraced In Certificate
No. 169. The assessment of said
property under the said certifl
in the name of I'n-
htauud was
known.
Lot IS Block
Amended, Plat
I 17-24
e
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
FILE NO. AA-21256
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
II. Meyer holder of City of Miami Lien
sale Certificate No, 617 isaued the ittli
day of Jnn.. A.D. I960, has filed same
In my office, and has mad.- applica-
tion for a tax deed fo I"- Issued there-
on Said Certificate embraces the fol-
lowing described property In the
Count) of p.ole. siate oi Florida, to-
Lot l I l'.'oek :' S ilidivision of lilt'
Dale Mlllei Tract Addition Number
i m. Plal Book Page To In the
City of Miami, County of Dade,
State of l-loi iila.
The assessment of said property un-
til., -ai.i certificate was in the
.a I'nknow n.
.. aaid certificate Bhall be re-
:... nn d ai i nrdlng to taw, thi uroi -
, rtj ,|, -,rr.. .1 hi : 'i w Hi be sold to
ill, lush, st l.id.i r at the Ooui i House
,;..... ...i the fit i Monda) In I hi month
o| F I'tu iry, 1964, w hit h Is '
da) -J i < brua ry, 1 '" I
i day ..f Deoi tuber,
B. 1! LEA THKIIM AX. C
lilt I '..ui i, 1 Lid.- Count;. i- loi Ida
......i B) R M LEEPER,
I leputy ci.-rk
I
M.
; name
t'ni,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 6084&-A
IX RE L-i.it.- of
JACK \\ PERSOFF, a k a
JACOB WILLIAM PERSOFF
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dltors and All Persons IL.v-
Ing claims or Demands Against Said
Eatati
You are hereby notified and iv-
qulred to preaent any claims and de-
mands Iii, Ii ) on may have .
the estate of JACK VV, PERSOFF,
a k i JACI IB WILLIAM PERSOFF
deceased lute ol Dadi County, Flor-
ida, lo 'he County Judges ol
County, and file ill. aanii n duplicate
and as provided in s. lion 7S3.16,
PI i Ids b'tal utes, In I hi ii offices In
tin County 'ourthousi n idi Co in
; \. l lorlda, w i i hi ii six calendar months
i puhlii-ution
1.....i. or the -.nn.- w ill I..- hai n il
I lati .1 ai Miami, I'i.-i Ida, lln- 101 Ii
da) oi I'. nhi r, \ I
KTIIEL PERSi IFF
\- i:\. .ii-
| i ,v 0 rundw-rg
tttuM 1 V
id tin Ii ; !u
1 .'.-ln-17 14
Erickson's Addition
i'.ook B Page x- n
the City of Miami, County of Dade,
Htate of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No. 7;t7. The aasess-
ment of said property under the
said certificate issued was in the
namesof Richard & Dorothy Allen.
Lots 8, 9, Block 135, Miami North
A. L, Knowlton's Plat, Plat Book B
Page ti in the Cit) of Miami, Cuuti-
t v of l lade, Si ite ol r loi Ida, aa n -
i in Certificate No, 867. The
......in. nt ol said pi operty under
the said certificate Issued was .
1 he name of l 'nknou n
I'nless aaid certificates shall be re-
deemed according lo taw, the property
ilesi id., d herein a iii be sold to Ihi
highest bidder at the Court House
.....r in the first Monday in the
month of February, A.D. 1964, which
- the 3rd day of February, A.D. 196
l luted this ::-i da) of Deo
i: B IJ5ATHERMAN. Clerk
i.l i.-ide i 'ount). 1- Ii .
seal) B) R M LEEPER,
P mty CI, i k
_______________________1/3-1OJI
IN THE COUNTY JUDOES COURT "
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 61440-A
IN RE: Estate of
Pllll.l.ir A WAND
ii........I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ind All Persons Ha' -
Ins Claims oi Demands Agalnat ba
ite:
You are hi reh) notified and t -
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands which you ma) have against
the estate of I'I 11 l.l.ll' A. WAND de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges ol Dade County.
and file ill. same in dupllcati and
provided In Section 7':': it>. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in i'.ol. County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication heri
of, or the sain.- u ill be ban ed.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this I .
day of Di-cember, A.D. 1^ii:l.
T HELM A A WAND
As Exi cutrix
First publication of this notice on
. the 3rd day of .l.itlll.ii J 196 I
] KOVNKR ,v MANNHEIMER
i Vtti rne) ioi i:\- utrlx
i,.', i I ;'" Duponl llas.1 d ulei
I 'Hill \|, .... fl.
Ml.iii,i
Ida
_________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is ih.i.'i.ly GIVEN that
loi Big...... di -.i inu lo engagi In
liusniess ui ilous m...... "i
HANSEN li m '' \ rii iXai. Ml sic al
1842 Wi -i A .1; in Beach Intenda
...... p with Ihe ciei \
I tile I il .u.l I ...Il | ..| I l.ole .
Florida
CM \S il II \XSKX
Ml SI- Cl UtP a X ^ i oi p
I, :-l"-17-.i


Page &C
+ k*ist fkridian
Friday. January 24, j^.
". T. because I
thought it was
part of my
religious obligation.
"...because
we wanted
to be
together
always."
\\ >
...well,
my wife k
is sort of _
helpless about
something
like that."
"I handle the business
in my family."
a
a
^...because
I didn't '
' want my
wife to
have the
burden."
*"
.
Vi...
..because I
wouldn't want
my wife to
overspend,
just because
she wanted
to do right
by me."
u..because
saw
what Sarah
went
through."
irf
ffWe
always make
our decisions as
a family."
"This may
sound funny
but I found
it was a good
investment.
>>
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Some see it one way. Some another. But at many ceme-
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