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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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"dfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volur 37 Number 5
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 31. 1964
Two Sections Price 20*
FREE SPEECH
Civil Liberties
Union Wins
Case for Nazis
;GELES i.ITAi The
California Chapter ol
can i .\ ii Liberties Union
his week :t had won "the
free speech" for Ralph
member of the Ameri-
Partj who had been bar
c itj Council ol Radon-
from holding .i meet
u park ol the citj
>he fcCLU chapter ehal-
bai il agree I to act
-. for the N izi '' i n he
d n< i have money for
resentation. Judge Al
i, on of Supei ior Court up-
\ junction to allow him
meeting The |u
Forbes had the rlj
>peech .Hici assembly as
of the United States
ark had previously been
political meetings ami
ting the Nazi to hold a
m< eting did not constitute
and pri sent danger,
The city had barred the Naii
on ac. ce of its attorney that
the facilities could not be used
by any individual, group or or-
ganization "deemed subversive
as def.red by the State of Cali-
fornia code or which has one of
its objectives the overthrow of
the government by force, or o.i-
cr urlewful means." The judge,
however, required Forbes to
post a SI,000 bond and to file an
affidavt that he would not know-
mq'y commit an act prohibited
by law and that his speech
wculd not be calculated to in-
cite a riot, among several condi-
tions for holding the meeting.
LBJ and British
Chief May Air
Jordan Project
Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg (left) receives the
B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Year Award, a mounted and
inscribed gold menorah, Iroin B'nai B'rith President Label A.
Katz. The award honors long-time members whose service to
the nation and 'he Jewish community "personifies the purpose
and ideals of B'nai B'ri;h." Philip M. Klutznick (right!, former
r> nai B'rith president, was similarly honored last October.
Justice Gcldberg Criticizes
Scviet Anti-Jewish Bias
In Ni York, the ACLU report
Continued on Page 3-A
By Special Report
NEW YOBK Supreme Court
Justice Arthur J. Goldberg Bd3
oil his voice this week to those
speaking out against Soviet dis
crimination against Jews. lie said
speaking out on the problem did
not mean "hostility" toward the
USSR buj support ol "better un-
derstanding" between East and
West
Speaking before 2.000 persons
at a B'nai B'rith 120th anniver-
sary observance at Hunter Col-
lege, Justice Goldberg also de-
clared:
l_The United States "discov-
UN Certain to Take Action
On Minority Rights Finding
VMTKD NATIONS (JTA) -
|i liam| ions ol the worldwide reli
I; uus Irtedomsincluding propon
ol the unfettered right ol
I Jews to practice their reli-
re seen lure on the waj
.t \ .'lory deemed highly sig
\it.r two years, during
h 'mil the Soviet bloc has been
kill consideration ol a
| laration on the Elimina
Form: of Religious In
ail signs pointed to the
liuloption uf such a document by
I; Su i im mission on Prevention
o Disi rimination and Protection
hi Minorities this week
Among the provision- of the
v hich contains a long pre
le declaring among other
things that elimination and pre
lycntion of all forms of religious
intolerance is "ore of the funda-
mental objectives of the United
Rations," the draft Declaration
[would condemn religious discrim-
inations as "an offense to human
dignitj as well as a violation ol
the IN Charter and the Universal
Declaration <>i Human Rights
The Declaration would forbid
all states to practice such dis-
criminations; enjoin all govern-
ments to prevent such discrimi-
Continued on Page 10-A
ers every day (that) carrying a
big stick" no longer solves prob-
lems in foreign affairs "even if
we speak softly."
2Smaller nations "are no
longer satisfied to be treated just
as frae nations." but want an
equal voice ill determining
whether our civilization is go-
ing to continue."
Justice Goldberg was present-
ed with the 120th Anniversary Year
Award by Label A Katz. B'nai
B'rith president. The special
award has been voted tor several
Ions-time B'nai B'rith members
who. through their service to the
ration and the Jewish community,
personify the "purpose, histor)
and ideals of B'nai B'rith''
Former B'nai B'rith President
Philip M. Klutznick, who also par-
ticipated in the observance here,
received the first of the awards
last October in Chicago, in cere
monies that commemorated the
founding of B'nai B'rith on Oct.
18, 1843 and opened the anniv.r
sarj year. Similar citations to
Ihe late Herbert II. Lehman, who
will be honored posthumously, and
Jack Benny will be made later
this year.
Justice Goldberg, in his
speech, charged that "the re-
ligious freedom or boviet Jews
Continued on Page 7-A
LONDON i JTA i Prime
!: Ister Sir Alec Douglas-Home
i d cated this week in the Housi
ol Commons that the Jordan Rh
. r water project maj be on the
agenda of his forthcoming meet-
ing with President Johnson.
The issue as raised in Cum
mons by Arthur Henderson, a
Labor Ml' who cited the decision
!; the Arab summit conference in
i airo t!i block Israel's planned
use ci the Jordan liner waters
[or its irrigation project. Mr.
Hen !erson stressed the joint re-
sponsibility for the area ol Brit-
ain and the United States under
the Tripartite Declaration of 1951
which guarantees the existing
Arab-Israel borders.
The British deputy then ask-
ed whether the Prime Minister
would discuss with President
Johnson the plan proposed to
the Arabs and Israel by the late
Eric Jonston, U.S. Special Am-
bassador, as a possible basis of
settlement of the Jordan River
dispute. The Prime Minister
replied that his talks with Presi-
dent Johnson would cover many
prcblems cf common concern
but that they would be confi-
dential.
Mr Henderson also asked wheth-
ei Ihe Prime Minister would con-
miIi with President Johnson with
V.i- idea ol persuading the Aral
tati in acccpl the Johnston plan
. i i the Prime Minister r<
he would consider Mr. Hen
son's suggestions.
Sir Barnett Janner said that the
area <>'. the water tap was with-
in Ihe territory of Israel and that
ii was not the concern ol any
other country, that the Jordan
Government had proceeded on its
i have oi the Johnston plan with-
out consulting anyone and t'i~t the
''courageous" attempts by Israel
tn arrest the desert was something
Continued on Page 2-A
REJECTS ARAB PROPAGANDA
Prime Minister Eshkol Vows
Israel Won't Drop Water Plan
JERUSALEM (JTA) Warn-
ing that Israel would not be de-
terred from carrying out it- Irri-
gation project by Arab threats.
Premier Levi Eshkol declared in
Parliament this week that under
international law. the refusal of
i ne party to reach agreement with
another on such regional programs
as the Jordan River waters de-
velopment plan does not give the
refusing party the right to pre-
vent a neighbor from proceeding.
Rejecting Arab propaganda
charges that the Israel irrigation
project was "illegal and unilater-
al," he reviewed the regional
water plan developed ten years
ago bj the late Eric Johnston as
an emissary of then President
Eisenhower In that plan, he em-
phasized, an agreed allocation ol
Grizzly Frankfurt Trial Continuing
FRANKFURT (JTAi A
physician who served the Nazis at
Hie Au-chwitz Birkcnau death fac-
tory during the war told the court
here that he had been at the Bir-
kenau arrival ramp at least 20
times but claimed that he had nev-
er selected prisoners for the gas
ovens.
"1 was always harassed by the
other officers, l think I was
transferred from Auschwitz be-
(.nise of my attitude." he Stated.
He testified that, at one time while
working at Auschwitz, he had
"looked up the Archbishop of Os-
i.ahrueck. and told him what was
happening at Auschwitz." He said
that the archbishop "told me to
do what I could to reduce suf-
fering, but not to violate orders."
The defendant was Dr. Franx
B. Lucas, 52. He is one of fne
22 ex-Naiis, ail of them super-
| visors, guards or medical per-
sonnel at Auschwitz-Birkenau,
on trial here for the mass mur-
c"er of several million persons,
most of them Jews. The trial,
which staited Dec. 20, entered
its sixth week Monday. It is the
biggest proceeding of the kind
in West Germany since the Nur-
emberg War Crimes trials in
1946.
Dr. Lucas testified that he serv-
ed at the death camp for five
months in the spring and summer
ni 1044 He said that, of the 20
Continued on Page 12-A
Jordan River waters had been de-
termined against which the parties
concerned ina.ie no objections at
thi' technical levels He said Is-
rael undertook to remain within
Continued on Page 9-A
Nussbaum
President Of
Zionist Body
NEW YORK -(JTA Dr. Max
\u- ii mm president ol the Zion-
ist Organization ol America, was
,:p i uslj elected thi> \\cck
rman ". the American Zion-
ist Council, coordinat inu body ot
,li i,.' e Zionist organizations in
IhiS country. lie succeeds Rabbi
Irving Miller who occupied the
pust for the past ten year- and who
was elected honorary chairman.
Nathaniel S. Rothenherg. former
president of B'nai Zion, American
Fraternal Zionist Organization,
was unanimously elected chairman
el the administrative committee
cf the Council. The election took
place at a meeting of the execu-
tive committee of the Council, the
highest governing body of the or-
ganization, attended by rcprcscn-
Continued on Page 5-A


J>nnm U4
Friday. January 31. 1964
Page 2-A
Among those attending Initial Gifts Committee Hotel on Sunday evening are (left, toriahO
meeting a! the Standard Club to plan the 1964 Stanley C. Myers. William Wemtraub Na'.han
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign opening Gumenick. John Serbin. Carl Weinkle and
gala and dinner dance at the Fontainebleau William Agranove.
H
CJA Initial Gifts Dinner Featuring
NBC Correspondent Slated Here Feb. 9
OTHER CAMPAIGN NIWS PAGE II-A
Sit A$0 'WOMEN'S WOULD- SEC. B
One of the most exciting Initial-
Gifts functions ever held by the
Combined Jewish Appeal will be
the campaign opening gala and |
oinncr dance at the Fontainebleau |
Hotel on Sunday evening. Feb. 9,
t= p.m.. it was announced by Dr.
Irving Lehrman. campaign chair
man.
Sander Vanocur, NBC News White
House correspondent, a program
featuring a cocktail reception at
whichc Israeli art presented by
El Al Airlines and Miss Yurika
Mann, director of the Jerusalem
Art Center, will be presented.
Member* ..r the Dinner Committee
for ih.- Initial cut.- campaign openlnK
I include: Leonard Ai>s, Mr-. Jack
In addition to guest speaker I xwin.Rabbi Mayer Abramr.wlu.Wll-
Johnson and Home May
Discuss Jordan Project
Continued from Page I-A
which should be encouraged and
not hampered by anyone.
Israeli quarters in Jerusalem
welcomed this week the statement
by United States Deputy Under
Secretary of State Alexis Johnson
v ho told a conference of the pro-
Arab Citizens Committee on Amer-
ican Policy in the Middle East
that the United States would not
stand idly by" if aggression were
committed against any Middle
Eastern nation.
The statement was believed
to be particularly significant in
view of the recent Arab threats
against Israel's water irrigation
project. It is also the first U.S.
policy statement on the Middle
East since President Johnson
assumed office.
One point in the speech which
stressed U.S. impartiality in the
Arab-Israel dispute, aroused some
puzzlement here. That was the
assertion by Mr. Johnson that the
United States might soon be forc-
ed to take steps to the liking of
neither Israel nor the Arabs. It
is assumed I hat Israel would seek
clarification of this point.
Ham Aeronove, Sidney An.-in. It Wll-
llama Apte. Jowph I.. Arfcln. Hde*>
ArotiovlU, Jneon M. Aryey. M' >'
Uankln Jerry Blank and Sam Blank.
Al-.. Ben Blum. William Bonurteiii.
i..nis Braider, Bhepard Broad, JacK
earner. Mrs. Abe I., Caeaett. !.<> A.
I'haUcIn, Joaeph Cohen, Morrw I>''-
ter, i.eo Eiaenateln, Leon Bll and Paw
I'.i.-k.- _
Also A. C. Pine, Martin Pine, Da-
vid B. Pleeman, Samuel N'- Frledhnd,
Judge Milton A. Friedman, Joaepn
Cartleld, It. n Ciller, Mrs. .\. U Ollek-
man, Loula E. Ooldman, Sam now-
man. Burton II. Goldstein and Sun A.
cloldatein.
Also .luck r>. Gordon, Emll uouin,
Nathan Gumenick, Marshall B, Har-
rid, Bam .1. Il-im.in. Daniel Seal **!-
ler, I>r Norman Jarre, RrneH Janl,
Howard Kane, Leon Kaplan, l-ou
Kenin and Jay |, Kialak.
Also Ben Kline. Aaron Kravlta,
Mix. Inez Krenaky, Rabbi I.....n Kron
isli, Morrlx Lupidus, blilne) l^ifcourt,
Sam C. I..v.n-.u, J. Herald l-ewb
Joaepn M. Upton, Sam l.ui>> Jr. and
N'athnn Uanllow,
Also llenjnmin Mey.-r.-. Irving Mil-
l. r, A .1. Molaxky, Kmll Morton. Stun-
|j i- Myers, Mr.-. Stanley C, Myrra,
lr. Joseph Narot, Max Orovtu, E.
Allnrt Pallot, Norton llillot, David
Phillip*, Sain Pollock and Jack Pop-
Ick.
Also Chnrlev i:.-wm. Maurice Be-
Vita, Jacob Rlfkin, Joseph Rose, I......
aril Itoeen, s. > iin.ur Rubin, Morton
RutoKick, Joariih Sack-, Arnold .-.i-
, r, John Berbln and David Sernaker,
Also Rabbi Norman Shapiro, Jaooli
Sher, Lee Slmklns, Mis. Sam Simon-
hoff, Harry Slrkln, (lew-Re Sock, Carl
Sumklnd, Harold Thurmnn, Mrs. Carl
IVelnkle. Carl Weinkle, Leonanl A
Won and William Welntraub.
MONTHLY
PEST CONTROL
SERVIC
ants. rotsoke_ rfish
calir. 1BW Baw^ roaches
Soviet Government Seeks Sale
Of Property for $4,500,000
,,_, .Vta, The Sov- was hoped here that the transai
TF.LAMN J'A Sl.n uon would pave the vajfefr r,
lot Government has agw* ^ ^ Mimption of Israe|i citru*-Xport,
its land holdings in ^ nvriu which Moscow gospenri
Israel Government, it ^ (| foUowing thc ,95fi 8ina, cam.
Sfg^n^Spair The report pdp.
Sid that the Soviet Government
d for K500.006 for the proper-
tieS and that Israel suggested W.
ooo.oih) with two-ihirds of the Pay-
ment to be made in citrus fruits.
The Russian move was believed
, stem from the Soviet need lor
foreign currency to finance wheat
purchases throughout the world.
MOSCOW'S agreement in pr.nc.ple
to the transaction was conveyed by
Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Bod
rov ,0 Premier Lev. Elhko at
their meeting which was devoted I
mainlv to an explanation Of Is-
rael's stand on the disputed Jor
dan River irrigation project.!
Maariv reported.
Soviet property in Israel in
eludes the Russian compound in
Jerusalem, located in the center
ol the city, and some holdings in
Tel Aviv and Haifa. Most ot the
land is registered in the name ol
the Russian Orthodox Church. It
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Friday, January 31, 1964
* lewlstfhrUHkurt
Page 3-A
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Talks Resuming on Possible Israel Tie to EEC
STRASSBOURG (JTA) A
key oilioul uf.ihe European Kcon
jmic Community promised this
week that a third round of talks
with Israel on a trade agreement
With the six national Euromart
v.culd hegin in March. The pro-
mise was made by Jean Rev, Min-
.sni .i tne EEC Commission in
an initial agreement with Israel. He asserted that ""Europe cannot
Ii. (be first tw* round* of talks, stay indiiiatertt tbe EEC negotiators offered Israel' The West German deputy said
mltlor concessions of three rela- that the European Parliament
ItVfly trivial exports which the had not 8iven l|P the idea of an
Israeli negotiator! rejected, ask-
ing for new talks. At that
time, the Israelis offered several
asociate status for Israel "but in
the meantime a general agree-
ment is needed. The EEC can
charge of its Foreign Relations.! technical proposals as a basis lor I help Israel with a small effort on
in a report to the regular meeting | such talks.
i of the European Parliament, an
1 advisory body in the EEC.
MM>N WMtfNB it MmSCmtB
Rey spoke after the members of,
the Parliament voted unanimous-
ly to ask the Council oi Ministers,
the key policy-making body of the,
EEC to give the EEC Commission,
a new mandate to make possible
A. Blaiise, dpuy president
of the European Parliament,
told the deputies that those pro-
posals were a "good basis" for
renewed talks. He said the
lengthy negotiations had been
"very disappointing" and that
there was "a moral obligation"
of Europe toward Israel.
its part if the political will exists."
Rey opened his report with a
description of his recent visit I
Israel where he said? gowinmci
officials had indicated their di-
appointment over the laggar
talks. He said he left with a re-
newed feeling of the urgent nee i
to find a solution. He adder!.
however, that there were diff ,
cutties, some arising from the fact
that all of the member states ha I
'nterests in the Mediterranea-
area.
Baron Edmond de Rothschild Will Spark
Internationa! '64 Bond Confab Launching
Exchange Club Installation Held
Bayshore Exchange Club of Mi community services include ai
ami Beach held its installation on nual awards of collegiate antf
Saturday, 9 p.m., in its private post-graduate school scholarships
clubroom at Chandler's Restau- to needy students, supervision aw
rant. subsidization of the Junior Ex-
County Judge Frank B. Dowling change Service Club at Miami
was installing officer, with Mi- Beach Senior High School, ccbaf
ami Beach Attorney George J. "* '??,"* *** ?5ttlP5S?t
the post of't0 Mt- s,nai Hospital and mobil
. blood bank motor vehicle to
Baron Edmond de Rothschild,
French financier and philanthro-
pist, president of the Israel Bond
drive ui. Europe and grandson of
one of the earliest supporters of
Jewish settlement In Palestine,
wllltlk'^aueat of honor at the in-
'trnatinnal celebration in Miami
launching the new five-year Sinn.
100,000 Third Development Issue
i Israel Bonds, it was announced
Wednesday by Samuel Rothberg,
: ational campaign chairman ol
the Israel Bond Organization.
industries in Israel and, in addi-
tion, is active in work to reacti-
vate the ancient city of Caesarea
as an international center of tour
ism.
Carrying on a ttaditipn pi ser-
vice to humanity which was be-
gun by his grandfather, the late ,-;,,.|
Baron Edm ind de Rothschild, who
was known as "the Benefactor,"
ihe young Baron devotes much of
his time and effort to numerous
worthwhile causes in France and
throughout the world. His grand-
father, through negotiations- with
the Turks in 1894 to 191-1. putchas
He called for a commercial
agreement with Israel "which
will be only a first step, as with
Turkey, towards a larger agree-; Alboum accepting
ment Another deputy, Dudwig president.
Metzger. a German Socialist, said; Officers who will serve with AI
Israel had not been treated well bourn are vice president. Sam
by the EEC. He added that "we Kanter; treasurer. Morton Steels;
Sinai Blood Bank.
are happy that we reached an asso-
ciation with Turkey and Greece."
which received an associate mem-
bership "and we do not under-
stand why negotiations with Is-
did nut have any results."
secretary. Ben Gould.
Board of Control are Hy Solo-
mon. Art Singer. Stanley Schewel.
Ted Finkel, Joe Rayvis, Howard
l'elzner.
Exchange Club of Bayshore
'Mother Goose' Theme
Mt.
tin
"Mother Goose" will be
theme of ihe Chai Group of Hada>
-ah children's fashion show on
Monday, Feb. 10. 2:30 p.m., at th
Jefferson Store Auditorium
The celebration will be held on
.dor.iay evening. Feb. 22. at the ^ ,*~" a'r','.a7o'f "farid" from them
roMaineble.au Hotel as the highI m Pales(inc for tht, establishment
point of the three-day inaugural ()( Jpwigh agricunuraj settlements
conference for Isreal Bonds start- (here
ing Friday. Feb. 21. Rothberg.,
who is national chairman of the
conference, stated that the confer-
ence .will mark the formal opening
of the campaign to sell a mini-
mum of $85,000,000 in Israel Bonds
during 1964, the Bar Mitzvah or
13th anniversary year of the Is
rael Bond Organization.
Baron de Rothschild, who plays
a dominant role in furthering the
economic development of tne
State of Israel, has been active
in Israel Bond drive in Western
Europe since 1957. President of
the Action Committee of the
French-Israel Association for
Economic Cooperation, Baron
de Rothschild is responsible for
the financing and management
of the Red Sea-Mediterranean oil
pipeline, one of the largest sin-
gle industrial enterprises in Is-
rael supported by private in-
vestment.
Baron de Rothschild's father,
the late Baron Maurice de Roths-
child, served s a French Deputy
from the Hautes-Pyrenes and as
a Senator from the Hautes-
Alpes. He was a member of
the French Institute, a patron
of the arts and a philanthropist.
As a special feature of the Is-
rael Bond inaugural conference.
Ihe National Women's Division
will sponsor a luncheon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. 21.
A highlight of the luncheon will
he the international premiere of
the unioue St. Laurent-Israel Push
ion Collection, with Mrs. Jan
Peerce. chairman of the Women's
Division, presiding.
ACLU Wins
Case for Nazis
Continued from Page 1-A
BETH DIN OFFICE
AMI Ol. TIBOR H. STERN
10*1 MkkifltM km, Miami Beach
JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150
He has helped to establish many i
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ment by the commanding officer
of the U.S.S. Midway that all ship
personnel stand at attention while
Catholic or Protestant chaplains
say an evening prayer and that
\ grace be said at all meals.
The ACLU said such an order
was "an infraction of the reli-
I pious freedom of the individual"
and said that it was likely there
were persons of Jewish or other
faith, or even non-believers, among
the warships personnel who would
be required "to be part of a reli-
i gious service contrary to their be-
' lief." The ACLU said this amount-
ed to "a form of establishing of
religion which the constitution
| forbids." It asked for corrections
not only on the "Midway" but in
the Navy generally.
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Volume 37 Number 5
Friday. January 31. 1964
17 Shevat 5724
No Cause
For Jubilation
Secretary General U T h a n t
several weeks ago speculated up-
on the dismal outlook he foresaw
in the Middle East during 1964.
Now the chief of the United
Nations seems somewhat more
optimistic. Like many New Yeai
predictions, he feels his has gone
awry and, indeed, more guickly
and in this case happily than he
had anticipated.
His look into the future was at-
tempted on the basis of the then
upcoming "summit" conference of
Arab leaders called by Egyptian
President Gamal Abdel Nasser at
Cairo.
We supose that what has now
caused U Thant to change his
mind is the relatively mild and
perhaps even confused finale to
the conference.
It would be our estimate of the
situation that the secretary gen-
eral should not have felt so dis-
mal prior to the "summit," and
neither should he entertain cause
for excessive hope so far as the
future is concerned.
Once again, the Arabs them-
selves simply proved the fiction that is the
Arab League that they are united on only
one issue: the destruction of the State of Israel.
Beyond this point, the unity ends precipitously,
for the League does not even have a plan to
achieve its fondest ambition.
What Mr. Thant seems happy about is
that the Arabs went home grumbling in their
beards, and little more. But this was not be-
cause they wouldn't launch a hot war against
Israel if they could. It was because, as Pres-
ident Nasser candidly confesses, neither he nor
any of his colleagues, singly or together, seems
yet capable of carrying it off.
Thus, it is Israel's own deterrent capacity
that seems to be holding the Middle East bal-
ance today, a military fact for which Mr. Thant
can certainly not credit the United Nations.
The day the balance is upset in the direction
of the Arabs, it may be expected that war will
come to the area.
Mr. Thant therefore has little reason to be
overly optimistic today. The decision is neither
up to the United Nations nor to Israel.
Gaulle," with his opposition to British partici-
pation in EEC, his attempted fragmentation of
allied solidarity by unsuccessfully driving a
wedge between West Germany and the United
States and his official recognition of Red China
weakens Europe's once greatest hope for perm-
anent peace and prosperity, still remains to be
seen.
But weakened or not, at this point Euromat
is a potent force in the Western Hemisphere
a force with which Israel must have some sort
of relationship if, in the shifting winds of Mid-
dle East politics and the French and German
role in these politics, she is to survive.
Euromat Once More
The promise of renewed talks in March
concerning Israel's possible relationship to
Euromat is of course significant to the Jewish
State. This is so for a number of reasons.
In the first place, the vigorous economic
ties between Israel and the Federal Republic
of West Germany are rapidly drawing to a
close as a result of the fulfillment of Bonn's
5866,000,000 reparations agreement.
In the second place, the once ardent friend-
ship between France and the State of Israel
seems to be cooling rapidly, especially now
that the French have little if any national in-
terests left in North Africa.
The consequence is that both France and
Germany, for clear reasons of their own, show
a greater sensitivity toward Arab pressures
and a greater predisposition to please the Arab
countries in order to gain favorable balances of
trade in their markets.
While Israel has brought off a remarkable
thing with her "window on Africa" policy, the
fact remains that realistically her ties to Europe
are as significant as ever before. Outside of
the realm of the European Economic Commun-
ity, at least until recently, such ties were diffi-
cult indeed.
Whether or not the "new Charles de
No Politics, Please
If 'he UN Subcommittee report on Minority
Rights has a chance, the Soviet Union will
have sustained one of its worst defeats at the
United Nations in a long time.
More than that, implementation of the re-
port may have vast significance for a captive
Jewish community now languishing culturally
behind the Iron Curtain.
Soviet politicians at the UN tried 'o narrow
down the significance of the Subcommittee re
port by keeping it confined to racial matters.
Under such circumstances, Moscow would
clearly be able to exploit, the report as an in-
strument solely against discrimination in the
United States.
Properly expanded to include religious dis-
criminatory practices as well, the report makes
the Soviet Union culpable in its own area of
social deficiency, a harshly prejudiced policy
toward Jewish cultural existence, with the net
result that bigotry on many fronts and in many
nations may possibly be dealt a severe blow,
the political ramifications of the report mean'
while left where it should be, far in the back-
ground.
Frankfurt Trial Failure?
It is extremely difficult at so great a dis-
tance to assess either the value or the purpose
of the Auschwitz trial now going on in Frank-
furt.
That several witnesses early this week
refused to offer testimony, and that they parade
5? L !.heJ:ourt clickin9 ,heir heels smartly fa
the best Prussian fashion all these thinas
suggest the possible failure of the Auschwitz
trials intent. *
during the week
as i see it

-by LEO-MINDLIN
Friday, January 31. 1964
ONE OF THE sentimental
confusions surrounding the
status of the American Cath-
olic is that he suffer.; the
slings and arrows of minority
status. Perhaps, numerically,
he does. Ard. as if to streng-
then the impression of the
prejudice ayainst^jbjjri, he
never lets us forget that some
of his progenitors experienced
the indignity of being fed to
.- iu.c Rut he is not so quick to remember that other of his pro-
ini- heX of the lions once the arena was theirs. Neither
SlheSMu "th? the numeric deficiency which is his presumable
ala.lv hardlv puts him in the equivalent scapegoat category of the
Negro or Jew; and yet. lor practical purposes the image of ant.-
Catholicism remains an unshakeablc part of the American sociolog.cal
hriThc reason for this is as hard-headed as the confusion Usenti-
mental; in addition, it tends to ameliorate the cynical contribution of
Catholics themselves to the absurd impression that they arc a de-
prived minority. For to what can they, in fact, point as the burden
of their cross other than that Catholics were never elected to the
Presidencv'' Even reasons such as these are now laid by the way-
side- and' surely the -explanation' for such erstwhile prejudices
against them, if any prejudice can be adequately explained, makes
the initial bias somewhat lamentably absurd on its face. Catholics,
the stereotype went, would prove to he irresponsible President* be-
cause thev are captive subjects to the vast power of the Vatican.
To what vast power is the American Negro, for example, a cap-
tive subject? .Nevertheless, half-fact or sentimental fiction, the socio-
logical condition itself, as suggested previously, is more a product of
Jewish enterprise than of Catholic experience or propagand; tic in-
tention. The Hollywood motion picture is a case in point.
IHi CATHOLIC VIIW fORlVlR IRISH
ALL THESE YEARS that Catholics, perhaps in their owr. view,
have been a sadly deprived minority, they have also been nrany
other things: In the movies, they are lovingly caricaWreitJafiily
types. They are well-meaning drinkers and brawlers: the unhappy
targets of life's most unkind vicissitudes; gently-acceding sooJn in
the cycle of bloody birth, automatic and spiritually sterile .marriage,
and inevitable death. All of them speak like Victor McLaughlin and
Harry Sullivan; all are as blustering or shy. as physical or naive.
(Almost never are they Spanish or Italian or Latin. It they are Span-
ish or Italian or Latin, then they are only privately Catholic, for the
peculiarly angular Hollywood aesthetic denies middle class sentiment
and homey virtue to fundamentally nefarious types such as these.)
For a large part, they are nuns or priests, devoted to the Word
of God; and. of course, there is no other God,
-The Cardinal." currently showing around town, is a clear ex-
ample. The best to be said for the picture is that it preserves the
cinematographic view of the American (Irish) Catholic condition.
The worst to be said for it is that it was produced by Otto Prcmingcr,
with a safely stereotyped assist from entrepreneurs sporting names
like Aaron Rosenberg.
Because it says nothing new that is good and nothing good that
is new. the film may be safely considered unimportant. Once again,
it projects the kind of Catholic image which supreme Church authori-
ties could have done no more effectively than if they were to map
out "The Cardinal" themselves. If we are by now accustomed to
the roseate sentimentality of Catholic life as seen in the Jewish view-
finder of a Hollywood camera, what makes the current effort more
significant than most?
A NtW IWl Of ACHItVtMINT
AS IN ITS prototypes, the significance of course lies in the Jewish
** producer's recognition that Catholic themes have a lucrative
market which sadly does little to negate the Catholic's minority
view of his condition. Hence the profusion of nun's and priest's tales
that have been standard movie fare for generations. That Catholics
are themselves far less guilt) of such sinful commercialism, even if
possibly they relish the propaganda, is clearly apparent: It i? ;n fact
virtually impossible to recall a serious effort to portray Catholic lite
on the screen, the kind of portrayal thai would rise above the crudely
sentimental and therefore commercially enterprising efforts to which
Jewish producers seem so overwhelmingly addicted.
"The Cardinal" achieves a new and weightier level. It brings
the capacity for Jewish self-hatred to a high point of refinement
Otto 1 reminger, Aaron Rosenberg and their colleagues may henceforth
rest easy rherc are, to be sure, the usual trappings: the emergence
of Catholic spiritual^ as a simple thing, when ,, is perhaps the most
symbolically complex of them all; the delineation of doctrine a; symp-
athetic to views ol God offered by other religions, when it"w..s
; '> <; Ifynri of the reign of Lope Pius XII that auch a
:'"' "':' *!;'P"I: the humanizing of Church official .-Who
Physical love. P'"'"""S- eVe" *mUe wi,h thc ne*d fw
B"lI there is the Jew who is too willing to become a Catholic be-
B1 : :'n7""K'"V''-" "' believes in nothing. (fatSme is
"-, v Vu.T n" "":';,"1"- *" he ihuU "c calfca Scott
possibl, Craig > .There are thc Catholics, themselves, who refer
'I- ,. ', """'" ls Prmably supposed to elititi sense
2 !";"' "If -'"-. but which in SBoS so
oniy trom the -hocked Jewish part ( the audience i?
TH PROOF OF HIS IGNORANCE
0Maroun*HM.?f "',' T\ "" The ^evitablo question here revolves
opposed ?o I- m ""y '" ,mo Pren*er as director-produce,-
St :r;r':i.....n" a ""-'- fact rem-uns
the hor zon of his .k "Wn right' and each Perforco^pjMW-
eomSive" luZ^V EL *hat un.lt.r.bl?Hj.
his view. | see no ,1 "''""W among us toward predfflN
A2&p,ttSLSFmam of the ^"'
are bare^ne SJatent.^ 5 k'U'SC dir^,ions- B"1 they
sentimental view of \ hoi, eLH* ,npulsion t0 P**t a
than self-hatred; p..ha ,' to"dl,,on- Pc'baps it suggests more
But it certain 1 iJ ***"> of some secret inclination,
standing M ,e \+lTj%\*P*?ss[on ,f intelligence or undcr-
Here, the hero stands uoto ii2 Cardlnal aptly demonstrates,
and democracy in r.i..il f .? a s|H't'ch a,M>ut 'he Catholic Church
Preminger himself ,n,VV!' l"" '""''r ,vn,fy the ignorance of Otto
produced? "u 8Pu>us purpose of the film he has just


Friday, January 31. 1964
+Jewlsti ftcrkUan
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I
Reader Wants Nixon Record Cleared
Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, re-
ceives Certificate of Commendation of the National Fire Pro-
tection Association from Miami Beach Fire Chief D. C. Ken-
nett The award was the resuh of a national contest and pre-
sented to Mt. Sinai for "an outstanding program emphasizing
life safety provisions for patients."
Report Khrushchev Has Asked
Russell to Moscow for Confab
NEW YORK (JTA> Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev has
invited Lord Bel rand Russell, the
lumou<: British philosopher, to
come to the Kremlin to discuss
the situation Of the Jews in the
Nussbaum Heads
Zionist Council
Continued from Page 1-A
ttrtrves of all nine constituent Zion
i-t orgffniutions.
The follov. i.- Zionist organiza-
tions are me c instituent bodies
ol the American Zionist Council;
American Jewish League for i-
racl, B'nai Zion. Hadassah, Reli-
gious Zionists i I America, Labor
Zionist Movement, Progressive
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USSR, according to reports in the
Yiddish press here.
For the last year, there has
been an exchange of letters be-
tween Russell and Khrushchev,
stemming from the British schol-
ar's concern about frequently pub-
lished accusations charging the
Soviet Government with condon-
ing persecutions against the 3.-
dOO.OOO Jews in the USSR In his
replies. Khrushchev had denied
lhal (here is any anti Senutism in
bis country.
in one ni Russell's latest let-
ii is. hi expressed particular crit-
icism against the tact that a hinh
percentage ot so-called "economic
criminals" convicted in Soviet
court-, and given the death sen-
tence, were Jew- Russell had
also noted in his letters that the
Soviet press, which is strictly con-
trolled by the Communist Party,
has consistently highlighted the
names of Jews convicted, there-
by fanning anti-Semitism.
(At the United Nations, circles
dose to the problem surrounding
anti.Semiti.im in the Soviet Union
expressed doubt whether such an
invitation had, indeed, been sent
by Mr. Khrushchev. Last week,
in reply to charges of Soviet anti-
Semitism voiced in the UN Sub-
commission on Prevention of Dis-
crimination and Protection of Min-
orities, the Soviet representative
on that subcommission, Boris S.
Ivanov, read one of the Khrush-
chev letters to Russell, denying
the existence of anti-Semitism in
the USSR.)
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
During my recent absence from
Miami, The Jewish Floridian pub-
lished a letter by Rep. Seymour
Halperin, of New York, to former
Vice President Richard Nixon, in-
quiring about Mr. Nixon's visit to
Egypt and press reports to the ef-
fect that he had delivered a speech
there inimical to Israel and fav-
orable to the Arabs.
Upon my return to Miami, peo-
ple who know me here as Flori-
da State Republican Party chair-
HIMI for minorities told me that
Mr. Nixon's failure to deny the
accusation admitted rts valid-
ity.
Fact is that Mr. Nixon has re-
plied to the Halperin letter, and
in all fairness and justice, I urge
you to publish it.
LEON J. ELL
Miami leach
The Honorable Seymour Helpern
-*
EDITOR, The Jewish FlerWian:
In your issue of Jan. 24, Rabbi
Tibor Stern, in a Letter to the
Editor, appeals for the establish-
ment of a chaplaincy to take care
I of hospital patients and inmates
ot penal institutions who are of
the Jewish faith. Rabbi Stern ad-
vises that the chaplaincy should
be provided by the Greater Miami
! Jewish Federation
So far. the Jewish Federation
can not take care of much great-
er needs such as the inadequate
facilities of the YM and YWHA.
as well as for our youth and sen-
ior citizens.
Wouldn't the establishment of
the proposed chaplaincy be a
good communal deed to be tak-
en care of by the rabbis and
their erganixations themselves?
Couldn't It be set up on a rotat-
ing basis each month or week,
with another rabbi volunteer-
ing?
The Jewish community takes
good care of its rabbi through
the various congregations. In ad-
dition, the community avails it-
self of the services of the rabbis,
lor both happy and sad occasions,
which are not performed by the
clergy without compensation.
Wouldn't it be a good idea for
our religious leaders to prove that
they have the good of the com-
munity at heart, as they preach,
and serve God and mankind in
this manner?
YAIR WEIZMAN
Miami Beach
House of Representatives
Washington, 25, D.C.
Dear Sy:
I read with interest your letter
of Sept. 3.
You were correct in assuming
that what I said in my press con-
ference in Cairo was not accurate-
ly reported in some of the press
accounts. I have asked for a
transcript ol the conference to be
sent to me. and when it arrives 1
shall forward to you the pertinent
excerpts which will set the record
straight on the points you raised.
For example, I made no refer-
ence direct or indirect to the ac-
tivities of UAR soldiers in Yemen.
My reference to foreign technic
ians working in the UAR was
made with regard to Russian en-
gineers on the Aswan Dam, and
not with reference to German
scientists.
As far as the Aswan Dam de-
cision is concerned, it is my con-
viction at this time that, if we
had it to do over again, it would
have been better for us to have
participated in the financing of
the Dam, thereby keeping the
Russian personnel in such great
numbers out of the UAR. Even
those who doubted the economic
feasibility of the project sev-
eral years ago now agree that it
will be completed on schedule
and will be of great benefit in
reducing the terrible poverty in
the UAR. I think you will agree
that any project that serves that
end will tend also to reduce the
expansionist tendencies of the
people of that country as they
satisfy their needs at home with-
out the necessity of new con-
quests abroad.
In my conversation with Nas-
ser and in my public statements
with regard to him, I emphasiz-
ed that his best interests would be
served by concentrating his ad-
mittedly great talents for leader-
ship on progress for his own peo-
ple rather than on adventures
abroad. And. in every conversa-
tion I had with UAR officials and
press men, I made this point-
that the people of the United
States sympathized with the de-
sire of the people of the UAR or
any other country to achieve econ-
omic progress, but that we could
not justify cooperation with any
country where our assistance was,
in effect, subsidizing foreign edven-
lures. I think you will agree that
these general principles are sound,
whether applied to the UAR or to
any other country.
As far as a visit to Israel is
concerned, I can assure you that
had I had more time on this trip,
' I would have extended it to in-
clude Israel and several countries
in that area as well. As you are
| no doubt aware, I have been a
' long-time supporter of American
cooperation and assistance to the
1 Israeli Government, and former
Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, who
has been a guest in my home, is
a personal friend. I hope that
within the next year I shall have
the opportunity to plan another
trip abroad in which I can include
a visit to Israel.
RICHARD M. NIXON
New York City
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And Mas
Joseph Mazer Will Chair Founders'
Luncheon for Hebrew University Feb. 17
By MAX LERNER
' i
Paris.
The lino from Baudelaire, "My fellow, my brother" (mon sem-
blabe, mon frerei sums up de Gaulle's new policy of moving toward
a Chinese alliance. For some time de Gaulle has been easthas
i as; himselfin the role of the Mao Tse-tung of the West, setting
I imastt up as a troublesome rival to American power, as Mao did
to Soviet power.
In his press conference last July he all but said that he saw the
test-ban treaty as an effort by America and Russia to isolate France
BOd its force dc flappe. While his sharpest verbal sallies were against
ihe Anglo-Saxons, his angerhugely rousedwas against the Anier-
ca-Russia detente, which he viewed as an entente; not simply as a
lUa-ung-out of the cold war but in effect as an alliance.
Now he has struck back at both the great nuclear powers by
Jieeing to give not only diplomatic recognition but aid, comfort,
. nd prestige to the enemy of both America and Russia.
The reverberations will be far and deep. Johnson and Rusk seem
in an outraged mood in Washington, and so does Ambassador Charles (
Bohlen here. Their count rgainst de Gaulle is that he doesn't play fair, i
lhat he is no true-blue ally, and that his move hurts American and!
"iVi^yern Interests without helping the French. It is true that he'
Gaulle was deceptive both in his conversation with Rusk, when he
BS evasive about China, and in his non conversation with Bohlen,
i horn he had to lunch without once mentioning China. But what
t o they expect from the greatest living disciple of Machiavelli and
practitione- of his tactics'

As for the ally business, de Gaulle never uses the word now
11 hunt tongue in cheek. H-> figures that the alliance was badly
dented when Kennedy and McNamara tried to stop the French nu-
aar force from getting born, and broken when Kennedy and Har-
nman wen', through with the test-ban treaty. Yes, de Gaulle has
been unmasked .is an unfaithful and deceptive ally, but he never
wore his mask with any great seriousness. He has a sardonic sense
of fan when he plays with Rusk and indeed with Johnson and Khrush-
chev. It suits his feeiing for the ironies of history and his delight
.1 showing how the power game is played by a master.
But don't mistake him. De Gaulle is not petulant." as the
American diplomats would have us believe. This would be to reduce:
. buld gambler (and one with a sense of the campaign of history in!
his head) to a dilettante. Dc Gaulle knows that he has struck a sav-l
age Wow a'. America's national interests in the Far East. He knows!
1'iat his recognition of China will swing Japan closer to the Chinese,
that it will weaken the war in South Vietnam exacly when it is go-
ing badly for the Americans, that it will swing the new nations of
French Africa into support for China's admission to the UN, that
n will break the remaining barriers against Western trade with
China. He knows all this, and his talk of "opening China to the West"
Edgar Faure's latest phrase; is as tongue-in-check as the talk of
France as a faithfully ally.

But de Gaulle does have national interests in mind. He knows
lhat the Communist parties are strong in Asia, that the Chinese,
have won over Russia in '.he struggle lor control of the Asian parties. '
thai France cannot wield an influence in Asia without Communist!
I hina and the parties it controls. Except for American, money and |
arms he sees a Western vacuum in Asia. He wants to make France'
tne Westerr power in Asia, not for the West's sake but for French1
sake. Which is to say that he is using Asia to restore the balance!
in Europe, to show the America-British-Germany combination that it,
cannot isolate him.
He cannot have his way of course without gaining a great vic-
tory for China in its struggle with both America and Russia. He is
willing. The Chinese have emerged from their war-of-dogmas into a
v ar-of diplomacy. The Russians feel just as hurt as America. But
you can scarcely expect Russia to argue publicly against the recog-
nition of its Chinese Communist brother. So America has to do the
arguing for both. And it is de Gaulle who is becoming Mao's broth-
:. now.
Host Committee preparing fOI
the Feb. 17 Founders' Luncheon
(l the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem has announced that vis-
itors from Canada and Israel will
join the Founders and guests from
throughout the United States.
Program will be at the Barcelona
hotel, and includes the award of
Founder plaques to two residents
of Greater Miami.
Board members of the South
Florida Division of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University
are participating with the nation-
al leadership of the Friends in
planning the inaugural luncheon
of the Society of the Founders ot
the New Campus of the Hebrew
University.
Membership is limited to those
who have been at the forefront
of the creation of the Givat
Ram campus in Jerusalem.
Miami members of the Society
of Founders include Mrs. Charles
Charcowsky, Mr. Charles Char-
cowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S.
Popick, Mr. and Mrs. David
Provus, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rif-
kin and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T.
Shapiro.
President of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University |
Lionel R. tsauman has announced!
josiph $tua
that chairman of the Founders'
Luncheon will be Joseph If, (fag.
er, prominent industrialist and
community leader. Deputy chair-
man bT the Board of Governors ol
the Hebrew University and trcas
urer of the American Friends, to
gether with members of his fain
ily. Mazer is Ihe donor of the
Abraham Mazer Building for the
Institute of Jewish Studies at the
university, established in memory
ol his father. First recipient of
the Scopus Award, Mazer is chair-
man of the Society of the Found
ers.
Co-chairman of the luncheon
Jack S. Popick has announced
that vice chairmen will be Col.
Jacob M. Arvey. Samuel H. Daroff.
ol Philadelphia, Samuel Fried-
land. Louis Hirsch, Label A. Katz,
of New Orleans, Judge Louis K
l.i Miiih.il of Philadelphia, Joseph
E. Meyerhoif. of Baltimore. Manr
ice Revitz. Leonard Rosen, James
Ross, of Youngstown, I.niiu B.
Rudnik and Abe D. Waldauer. y;
Memphis.

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Justice Goldberg Hits Soviet Bias
Judge Milton A. Friedman (left), of Miami Municipal Court,
talks things over with Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Gold-
Ka-*v nl n R'nni Q'ritV. lQfWU B. tm IirA.^nn, V ~ ~ f~\ K r. ~.-. ~ ~,----l
luiiut uiuitjo wci wiui oupitrjue wuuu juaiiLt: niuiui ). uu.
berg at a B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Year Observance in
New York, at which Justice Goldberg was honored for "service
to the nation and the Jewish community personifying the pur-
poses'-and ideals of B'nai B'rith." Judge Friedman, who is
B'nai B'rith District 5 chairman of leadership development and
training, also participated in the organization's first national
leadership development conference in New York.
Dinner at Sterling Hotel Will Honor
Yeshiva University's Dr. Belkin on Feb. 25
Dr. Samuel Bi-ikin, president <>l
Yeshiva University, will be hoi> I
orert ;it a dinner of Jewi-h cul-
tural leaders Irom throughout the
United States and Canada at the
Muling Hotel on Feb. 25.
Announcement of the function
was made by Max J. Etra. chair-
man of the Board of Trustees ol
America's oldest and largest uni
vorsity under Jewish auspices.
"Dr. Belkin has compiled
record of achievements which is
perhaps unmatched in the an-
nals of American higher educa-
*' Emma Lazarus Chapter
Fmma Lazarus Chapter. B'nai
B rith Women, held a white ele-
phant sale on Tuesday at Wash-
ington Federal Savings and Loan
f->n.
tion," Etra asserted. Dr. Bel-
kin, distinguished scholar, author
in: educator, is in his 21st year
as president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
Under his leadership the univer-
lity's enrollment has grown from
850 to 5.500; the faculty from 94 to
i.200; the number of constituent
schools from four to 17; its annual
budget from $44,000 to $24 mil-
lion; and physical facilities from
oi.e building in the Washington
Heights section of Manhattan to
tour major teaching centers with
\ .ilu.it ion of$31 million.
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is probably more severely cur-
tailed than any other religious '
group except Jehovah's Wit-
nesses." He singled out the Sov-
iets' vilification of Jews in their
press, discrimination against
them in public life, and recent
"economic persecutions."
Jewish groups that speak out,
against these practices, he said,
"share with the great majority
of the people of this country the
desire for an end to the cold
war and for a just and lasting
peace." Criticisms of the Soviets i
"are not ma.'e oui of hostilityI
(but) out of a deep concern for
the preservation of human val-i
ues,'' he declared.
The jurist also stressed the'
theme of "equality"by which he.
meant equality of opportunity, not
identityas the "dominating, crit-
ical impulse which is changing
the world." He called the quest |
for equality the next step after
freedom and liberty, which are'
"now taken for granted."
"Nations and people are no|_
longer satisfied only to have lib-
erty, only ot be freethey also
want equality: equality among
nations and equality in the human
family," he said.
After equality is achieved,
. Justice Goldberg added, the
'. human race must seek a third
stage, that of "fraternity" which
he called "an age-old tradition
of the Jewish people where men
deal with other men on a basis
of not what they art compelled"
to do by law, but on the basis
of mutual respect for each other,
for each other's origins and per-
sonalities.
"We haven't even entered this
stage." Justice Goldberg declared.
The jurist commended B'nai
B'rith for being "among the first
to speak out for the rights of,
Jews in the Soviet Union and other |
parts of the world." He praised j
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vjmisti Meridian
By: EDWARD COHEN
How a Collector of Religious Art Started
'A -/S He's a collec-
Bl >^ V tor for Israel,
^k j hut he doesn't
|k I collect money.
Wk I As matter of
^^^^" tact, Jbseph B.
Horwitz's collect-
ing costs him moneyhow much
he won't say.
"If I put a dollar sign on it. the
purpose changes. Let my ac-
countants worry about the mon-
ey."
Experts in the field of anti-
quities, moreover, value the Hor-
witz collection of Jewish cere-
monials and folk art as "price-
less." Now on exhibition in the
Community House of Temple Is-
rael of Greater .Miami, it is one
ol few private accumulations of
Judaica, and outside of the Brit-
ish Museum in London, the Jew-
Mil) in Now York, and
the Cluny Museum in Pans.
are not many its equal, ac-
cording to these experts.
Shown only at the Og'ebay
Museum in Wheeling, W.Va.,
ere! partially at Fairmount
Temple in Cleveland before,
the Horwitl Collection of Juda-
ica already has attracted sev-
e-al thousand visitors to the
Museum at Temple Israel. And
this has a deep meaning for
Horwifi, who had some qualms
about letting the precious col-
lection go on view.
At the Fontainebleau, where he
has been staying while attend-
ing the convention of the Insti-
tute of Scrap Iron and Steel.
Horwitl revealed he was "thrill-
ed with the response."
"I have met Jews lrom Texas.
Massachusetts. Toronto from
most of the states east of the
JOSEPH B. HORWITZ
antiquities expert
Mississippiin the Temple Is-
rael lobby. I have met a reli-
UF to Help Health Agencies
United Fund's newly organized poses. Thev include Visiting
J!m r ,?n,T<',arcVn(l "ea,,h Scr-.Nurse Association ()f Dadc coun-'
vices foundation has announced a __
quarter million dollar health ser- !y\. $8r'681i... f??*'^ Cun,-V As,socla
\ices and meiical research pro-
gram lor Dade County during
1964.
Foundation president. James I.
lion for Child Guidance Clinics,
S43.228; Retarded Children's So-
ciety of Dade County. $31,142:
.Mental Health Society of Greater
Keller Jr.. said that a total of M,aml' $21,785; Medical Research
$254,746 will be spent to supporti i'n ihe program for the benefit of il25000; Hearing and Speech Cen-
the people of Dade County ,pr of F,#rida- S20.541; Papani-
Keller. a partner of Haskins and SelN, said the grants are a sl4-990; Muscular Dystrophy So-
result oi the successful 1963 Unit- cicty "' s"",h ''ln,'lda- S1U79.
d Fund campaign that reached | ^^^^^^^^^^^
ol S3.IM6.985. or ^^A^A^k^k^k^kmk^^k^kM
cent of its goal."
The nearly quarter million dol-
lars will be divided among eight
organizations for a variety of pur
gjatu school class from an Or,
thodox shul and from a Conser-
vative synagogue. I also met a
minister and his Bible class, and
that's good. too. But I must
confess that I am far more in-
terested in the Jews who come.
for like me they find an identi-
fication; they know this i- part
nf our lives. They can sense Un-
importance Of the Sabbath
through the beauty ol the ritual
nlij,its which were created t"
enhance the Sabbath."
The Reawakening
He believes thai the identifica-
tion for the "positive Jew leads
to a reawakening, a "reliving oi
our great herita For those
younger, or who have drifted,
fi i is his collection stirs Ihe
11 sire tn know more to
were, the nu bi hind
the
This Friday night, Horwitl
will roeak on My Adventur*
in Judaism" at Temple Israel.
To be meaningful, he believes
"a collection must be compre-
hensive. It must include tlu
bad with the yood. It must
tell us of the life and the times
of the people."
Mosl oi the "good" pieces, he
point> out in the collection of
some 300 objects attractively dis-
played in well-lighted cases, or
on walls, were created b> nun
Jews. The Jews of the Middle
Ages, from which much of his
collection dates, were nol crafts-
men, or silversmiths, but they
knew whal Ihej wanted for iheir
homes and synagogues and com-
missioned it. "fortunately front
men who knew the Bible, or who
had been subsidized by the Cath
olic Church to be creative in the
arts.' iiorv.it/. believes,
How it Began
The Horwitz collection began
right at home in Cleveland,
where ho lives and works as
chairman of the board oi the
Kaiser-Nelson Corporation. "And
it began "itli mania," lie says,
"with brass candle-ticks she
gave to us for our wedding
.Made in America, bul Judaica "
The quest for religi tus Jewish
objects began in earnest in 1949
when Horwitz was in Europ
a UJA Minion.. Uivcu a_j..it "1
B fUlgreed Polish menorah from
a grateful refugee in Naples.
Horwitz's interest in other such
objects was heightened by the
knowledge that the Hitler de-
struction of Jews and synagogues
also had included the melting
and destruction of ceremonial
art. lie began his search.
Every two years he, with
Mrs. Horwitl, travels for sev-
eral months by sea. Last fall
he visited some 25 ports.
Large or small, he has found a
Jewish community wherever
they have stopped, and many
times a precious or indigenous
object of religious significance.
Virtual!) '!" onl> countries
V here th..... '- "' nj
come bj noi re tl
irtain Colli

I miisi
i
iou
really iminished, i nd i n
i is the work ol mil:
a ii ledii ited men
Experts Intrigued
One of these. Cecil Roth, the
Oxford Jev ish historian and au-
thor, is intrigued by the Hor-
witz collection. 1 li- own sizable
collection will go to a Toronti
synagogue alter his death, bul
he hails Horwitz for "having
brought together so remarkable
a collection," and indicated in a
recent letter that he may be in
New York for Passover and
would like to view the collect]'"
row mi exhibition in Temple l-
rael.
The final disposition of the
Horwitz collection is not as
clear as that determined by
Roth. With a sort of wry
smile, the Cleveland collector
recognizes that "My estate has
very little choiceto sell it
piece by piece, or by auction,
or give it away.
"My own feeling at this mo
ment i- thai ;t should be given
tn a syn; as .. complete
um, as .. neci --. i edu
Friday, January 31, 1964
ctaional adjunct. The history
of a large pan of Judjum is
written in these ceremonial ob-
jects, and our synagogue is
where Judaism will surw >."
In the meantime, the collec-
tion is on exhibit daily :rom 9
a in. to 5 p.m.. at Temple: Israel,
before and after Friday ^ening
services, and on Saturday and
Sunday mornings until n on, It
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*Je*i*fi nrrSdHain

Page 9-A
Center of atten':on is Abe Eisenberg( seated center), who will
do honored Feb. 23 at a Deauville Hotel banquet marking the
30th anniversary celebration of the openinq of Beth Jacob
rogation's main sanctuary. Eisenberg. vice president of
le Memorial Chapels, is one of the conqiegction's
rs. D'-cussing the affair, will have
ri of State Tom Adams < i -ker. aie
: I lei [irman ana '.
ndin .i an le are ft i "
piriti r; Morris Krevi :, se<
Jen'.; and Aaron Lemer, first vice pre
Eihkd Vows Israel Won't
Abandon Water Project
t
Continued from Page 1-A
i ork of thn.sc allocations
ml we will honor tln> undertak-
He r.oted that the Arab rulers,
.it their conference in Cairo
Ml week, had rejected the plan,
vhich their technicians had ac-
cepted, "on the deliberate prin-
ciple of opposing any coopera-
'icr., even indirect, with Israel."
He said it was important that
\ the world "should be made
"ware of the deplorable deci-
iient" adopted at the Cairo con-
ference.
Minister Levi Eshkol lat-
onl ::h s n iet Anibas
. Mikhail Bodrov for 30 nun-
rid while no detail: >f the
ere disclosed, it as >
tl ..t the Prime Uinistt r
the Sm ii i emoy with
in on its Jordan Riv-
i ition project.
i ii|.! Miir. Israel's Vov
Mir ster, declared in an in-
i that i egottations on all I>-
Vrab cifterences, including
J 'ian River irrigation pro-
it. was "the only way" lead-
lo i .".i she also reaffirmed
rael determination "to use our
to and our deterrent capac-
reptjlsc all attemps to harm
:nic. it was disclosed
thai Israel's reply to Soviet Prenv
Khrusftchev's message advo-
that .ill nations undertake
the use of torce in set-
I border disputes will he de-
livered this week by Yosef Tekoa,
the Israeli envoy in Moscow In
the reply. Israel supports the Sov-
et Premier's proposal and ex-
presses the hope that the prin-
ciple advocated by the Premier
applies to the Mi ;dlc Bast as
well.
Secretary General V Than)
meanwhile expressed the opinion
at the United Nations this week
that, following the summit con
fcrence of 13 Arab heads of state
and other leading officials in
Cairo last week, t>> deal with is-
rael's plans for drawing Jordan
River water-, "the situation in the
area is not as explosive as 1 had
anticipated."
Mr. Than*, had been asked dur-
ing a press conference whether
he still thought that the Middle
East situation now was "threaten
ing." lie had voiced such pre it
t, m during an address in Colum-
bia University three weeks ago
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Philip E Heckerling, vice pres
Ident and estate planning office]
Of the Mercantile National Bank
of Miami Beach, was guest speak
er at the monthly dinner meeting
ui the Dade County Chapter. Flor-
ida institute of Certified Public
Accountants, on Monday at the
Biseayne Terrace Hotel. His sub-
ject was "The Hole of the Certi-
fied Public Accountant in Estate
Planning."
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*-JewisHk>rkilar
Friday, Icr.uary 31. 1964
UN Certain to Take Action on Minority Rights
Continued from Page 1-A
nations, #*sirwj new legislation
alorg such lines where neces-
sary; and give the right to in-
dividual* or groups charging re-
ligious discrimination to take
such issues to the national
cecrts. One article in the draft
declares unequivocally that par-
ents or legal guardians have the
"right to decide upon the reli-
gion or belief in which a child
should be brought up."
Touching upon rights which the
Soviet Union is accused of denying
to Jews in the USSR, the Declara-
tion states that all persons or
groups
other individuals or groups, "on a be needed by a *
Other rights that are now denied
and would be
group
them
to Russian Jews,
guaranteed by the Declaration,
would grant full rights to all reli-
gions to "teach and learn religion
or belief" using the. "sacred Ian
guage" of that religionmeaning
Hebrew in the case of Soviet Jews;
grant the right to write, print and;
publish books and texts required1
by a religionmeaning prayer
books, calendars and other works
r.eeded by religious Jews; grant;
the right "to observe the dietary
practices" required by a religion. |
shall be free to worship] meaning kashruth and matzohs in i
the case of Russian Jewry; andj
make it mandatory upon a state;
that controls means of production!
to provide such materials as may
ami profess, in public or private"
without discrimination; and that
all religious communities must
enjoy the right to associate with
TAKES FIFTH URM
Judge Cypen Reelected President;
Home is Now the Largest in Florida
Former Circuit Court Judge Irv-
ing Cypen has been reelected pres-
ident of the Jewish Home for the
Aged lor a fifth term by the
Home's Board of Directors.
Also reelected were Judge Har-
old B. Spael. honorary president;
Col. Jacob M. Arvcy, Louis Bres-
ler, David B. Flceman, Baron de
Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips,
vice presidents; Stanley M. Beck-
erman, treasurer; Sam ResrX&, fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Sol Silver-
man, corresponding secretary;
and Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, re-
cording secretary.
In accepting the office again,
Judge Cypen emphasized that
"with the virtual completion of
the master architectural plan in
which the Home has now reach-
ed its maximum capacity of 226
beds, the efforts of the officers,
board, women's auxiliaries and
staff will be concentrated in 1964
on the development of services
and program to the highest pos-
sible qualitative level.
"Plans are already under way to
intensify and broaden the rehabi-
litative and restorative services
at Douglas Gardens, which has
pioneered in the development of
such services in institutions for
the aged."
Another point affecting Soviet
Jewry provides that it is a
"right" of believers to make pil-
grimages "to sites held in ven-
eration, inside or outside" the
country. That clause would per-
mit Soviet Jews to make pilgrim-
ages to Israel. The right of re-
ligious practitioners to observe
their own days of rest and Holy
Days is also guaranteed in the
draft. So, also, are the rights
of religious marriages and "equal
legal protection" to religious
groups to observe their own
"funeral or memorial rites"
and to have their own cemeter-
ies. There have been instances,
recently, when cemetery rights
were denied to some Jews in
large Soviet cities.
The draft further outlaws "all
incitements to hatred or acts ot
violence, whether by individuals
or organizations, against any re
ligious group of persons belonging
I to any religious community.'
, That provision would affect not
| only the Soviet Union but also
South American countries and
other lands where neo-Nazism has
been manifested in recent years
One clause would bar discrimina-
lions on religious grounds in re
gard to citizenship. The debate
in the subcommission has made it
dear that this clause is aimed
at Iraq, where new regulations
barring Jews from citizenship
were promulgated recently.
The draft Declaration expected
to be adopted had been introduc-
ed, then revised, by Arcot Krish
naswami, the Indian member of
the 14 man subcommission. The
Communist bloc in the United Na-
tions has been fighting for two
yr)ars against adoption of a docu
ment forbidding religious discrimi
nations, concentrating instead on
a Convention for the outlawing of
racial discrimination.
The Krishnaswani draft
tained first priority on the
commission's agenda, after
ris B. Abram. the
ob-
sub
Mor
United States
member, who is chairman of the
executive board of the American
Jewish Committee, withdrew a
similar draft of his own. A t
draft, proposed by Peter
coressi, of Britain,
incorporated in
swami's revision.
certain that they would obtain
majority of the !4 votes when it
came to ballotin..
Pending further discusiion of
the religious freedom draft, the
subcommission cam* near end-
ing its debate on the Corwention
for the Elimination of All Forms
of Racial Intolerance. Two of
the articles already adooted in
that instrument are aime: at the
Soviet Union.
,
Calvo
was partially
Mr. Krishna-
There was a
fourth drait. proposed last week
bv Isaac Levin, representative
here of World Agudath Israel. But
! since no member of the subcom-,
mission assumed sponsorship of|
, the Lewin proposal, that draft lay
, dormant.
Proponents of the Krishnaswami in the Soviet
| draft said that they are assured men)
i of at least seven votes of the sub-
' commission members, and were
One clause asserts that any per-
son, regardless of race Of ethnic
origin, has "the right to leave, any
country including his or' and to
return to his country." That pro-
vision would give Soviet .'e*s*the
right to emigrate. Another clause
guarantees to all raciaL or ethnic
groups "equal participation in cul-
tural activities "Cttltirr.il geno-
cide" against Jews, as practiced
in>*Mfwp& fcy
several members of the subcom-
mission, especially hy_ ^r.^Abrf m.
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JOSEPH BROOKS
Mercantile Division Names Co-chairmen;
|CJA Also Picks Allied Group Leaders
.Jo.-t;.: E. Brooks, vice presi Jr., of Miami Rug Co., chairman
fnt <. BuniiDv'.s. abd William S. oi Carpet and Rug Retailers
limber, vice president of Jordan Croup; Frank M. Seiden. of Frank
|.\iar-h "ill serve as co-chairmen M. Seiden, Inc.. chairman of Con
lot tht Mercantile Division, it was tract Furnishers Group; and Dave
Ian noun ed by Dr. Irving Lehr- Melin, of Tech-Aerofoam Pro-
Jinan. !^ Combined Jewish Ap- iuctt, Inc.. chairman of Furniture
[peal i airman. Manufacturers Suppliers Group;
I ;.m pleased that these two and Herman Milgrom, chairman
[key department store executives ol Lamp Manufacturers. T. V.
[are hi ..ding this important indus- Moore, of Moore's Furniture Co.,
[trv dn\e on behalf of Combined nd Ken Clifford, of Burdine's.
CJA Unit Picks
Chairmen Here
Sidney Cans, of Sidney Paper
Co., and Norton Pallot, president
of the Norton Tire Co., have been
chosen as co-chairmen of the
Manufacturing and Transportation
Division of the 1964 Combined
Jewish Appeal, it was announced
by Leon Kaplan, Trades and Pro-
fessions co-chairman.
Three leading groups in the
Manufacturing and Transportation
Division have appointed chairmen
and sent out invitations for the first
committee meeting of their
groups.
Max -Jemchin, Florida Metal
Supply, 'and Robert Somerstein,
Hillomatic, Inc., co-chairmen of
the Metals Group, announced that
I the first committee meeting took
| place at Temchin's office, 3900 NW
32nd Ave., on (Thursday.
I A breakfast meeting of the
Paint, Chemical and Plastic
Groups will take place at 8:30
a.m., Wednesday, Feb. S, in the
Board Room of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. Bob
Levin, of Standard Chemical
l Co., is serving as chairman of
the Chemical Group, and James
Aberman, of Commercial Coat-
ings Corp., is serving as chair-
man of the Paint Group.
S'anding (left to right) are Marshall S. Harris, CJA Trades and
Professions co-chairman; Walter S. Falk, chairman of the
Mortgage Companies, and Matthew Ettinger, chairman of
Small Loans and Finance Companies Group. Seated (left to
right) are Bank and Savings and Loan Association Co-Chair-
man Herschel Rosenthal; honorary chairman of the Finance
Division, Joseph M. Lipton; and Bank and Savings and Loan
Association Cc-Chairman Ronald Lip'on. The group met for
lunch at Flagler Federal Savings and Loan to plan the Finance
Division's suport to the 1964 CJA campaign.
Iran's Envoy Speaks on Beach
Dr.
Transportation Group, under the
chairmanship of S. Ronald Pallot.' ("*' .
ct Norton Tire Co., held its first
Vakil Mehdi. Ambassador' Council was also shown, narrated
ran. was guest speaker at by Solomon Lichter. principal of
Jewish Appeal
st;ited ^Owy are following in
Ihr footsteps of their stores' pres-
idents, Alfred H. Daniels of Bur
dines, and Robert Macht of Jor-
dan Marsh, who gave impetus and
leadership to the division for the
l. -! .eral years."
The division chairmen an-
nounced that the Appeal Group
would be beaded by Harry Mix
rack <' King Cole, and that John
Serbin of Sorbin, Inc., 1963 horv
oree at the Mercantile Division
luncheon, will serve as honor-
f\ y <'airman for the group.
Irving Kern, of Miami Origin
als, and Louis Reinstein. of Louis
Reinstein, Inc.. will serve as co-
hair men of the Women's
Sportswear Manufacturers. Ben
Si r.wiitz, of Vogue Embroidery.
will serve as chairman of Em
broiderers Group. Byron Topol,
i .1 H. Handbags of Florida, Inc.i
ill be chairman of Handbag
l.iiiulacturers Group, and Jack
jumond, of Florida Textile Sales,
chairman of Textile Salesmen.
Heading the Furniture and Ap
Itaaces Group as chairmen are A.
Alexander, of Kent Furniture
nd Gordon Paterson, of E. B
ialone, Inc. Helping to provide
dd it i<.rial support and strong
ckint; for the Furniture and Ap-
iancts Group, are the follow-
g:
Kay Mufson, of Jefferson Stores,
II serve a> chairman of Ap-
anc< Group. William Baros
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dines."' ""-"" wv., """ '" ; the regular meeting of the South Ida M. Fisher Junior High School,
of the commiUee meeting on Wednesday. |shore ^ Amcrican Association -----------------------------------------------
also at Federation Headquarters.
for the United Nations, on Mon-
Another important group chair-: da>. evening, at Washington Fed-
Morns Kabinowitx, of Miami man appointment in Manuiactur-j cral Auditorium
Diamond Center, who for many ing and Transportation is in the'
years headed the Jewelry Group, Papcr Group, an announcement Dr- Mchdl became a member of
has been made that Lee Simkins,lthe WJ Secretariat in 1950. advis-,
' or on coordination to the LN Sec-
retary-General in 1931, and was'
secretary of the UN Social and
Economic Council from 1952 to
partment Store Group will be un- tffc JfOfiwfc Fetll-AgefS 1959 e has taught political
der the co-chairmanship of San-1
ford Sprintz, of Jordan Marsh, PTA of Beth Kodesh will spon-
and Sam R. Rappaport. general sor a teen-age party and dance pn
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has again accepted the chair-
manship for 1M4. | ot Benner Box, Inc.. will serve as
The division co-chairmen also! chairman for the paper industry,
announced that the Retail and De-
science at Teheran University,
and received the Legion of Honor
from France.
A film on the UN Trusteeship
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9-Jfwlstinarkiton
Friday. January 31. 191
Lie Detector To be Exhibited
Religious School assistants at Temple Beth
Am, who remain in school afier confirmation,
act as assistants to Mrs. Harry Ross, principal
of the 1,000-member student body. Left to
right (standingl are Susan Sarbey, Kathy
Josephson, Dorre Kornberg, Susan Plaks, Sus-
an Bernstein, Bonnie Blum, Karen Kruglick
and Ellen Glasson. Seated are Muriel Light,
Roberta Revitz, Ted Silver, Judi Clein and Lois
Lippman. Missing from the picture are Shelley
Perch. Merrie Blocker, Arlene Meyers and
Penny Masters. _____________
Grizzly Frankfurt Trial Continuing
Continued from Page 1-A
times that he had been assigned
to the arrival ramp, he was not
accompanied by any other medi-
cal personnel on four occasions.
Other witnesses had testified that
the doctors on duty at the ramp
had the job of "selecting" the
prisoners, deciding which of them
was to go to the gas chambers
immediately and which was to be
,'issigned to work details.
"During those five months,"
.aid the doctor. "I never violated
orders, but I did what I could to j
urcunivent them."
What were you doing there.
-. hen you were all alone, without
any other SS doctors'1" asked Pre-,
aiding Justice Hans Hofmeyer. |
I reported to the command-
\ ont," the physician insisted,
"and always told him I wasn't
fooling wtll. Onee it had to do
with my gall bladder, once with
my stomach. Generally, I was
excused. The selection of which
inmates were to go to the gas
chambers, and which were to be
put to work, was always made
by the commandant." Two den-
tists, who are among the defend-
ants, had testified last Friday
that the "selections" were al-
ways made by the physicians
and SS officers on duty at the
arrival ramp.
'If you didn't want to be re
sponsiblc for killing." Judge Hot-
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meyer told Lucas, "you could have
saved many lives by participating
in the selections and pulling out
inmates for labor assignments,
couldn't you?" Lucas remained
silent, and the judge repeated the
question, whereupon he replied:
'What difference would it have
made? Most of those assigned to
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The Frankfurt authorities mean-
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trial 01 the Auschwitz defendants
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A lie detector will be exhibited
and its uses and pnricil^ _,
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the Temple Zamora Brotherhood
on Sunday in the Temple Social
Hall.
Conducting the demonstration;
will be Everett Kay and Harold,
Lokas. owners and operators of
the American Lie Detector Ser-,
vice. ____________
Rabbi Kronish
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Rabbi Leon Kromsh. of Tern
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speaker at the next meeting ot the
Miami Beach Zionist District
Luncheon Club on Wednesday
noon at Waldman's Hotel, accord-
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man.
Rabbi Kronish will review Sam
Shankman's recent book "Morti-
mer May: Foot Soldier in Zion.
Both May and Shank-man will be
present at the luncheon.
Included in the program will be
! community singing, and current
I events will be presented by the
Luncheon Club news editor. Dr.
Abraham Wolfson.
The breakfast will begin with
services at 9 a.m.. followed by an
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Harold Shuman is president of the
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Lakeside Mtmarial Park
DR. GEOUGE J. STtYKlt, 12 noaoj
Rubbi Eugene Labovta
HERBERT SKLEROV, 2 p.m.
Rjbbi Simon April
Mf. Sii Cemetery
SAMUEL IE VINE, 11 MB,
Rjbbi SoJotson Scln/f
Double Unveiling
ANNA and ADOtPH RIBNER,
2:30 p.m.
Rabbi S. T. S:r:rs^-.
PALMER'S
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-021
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Friday, January 31, 1964
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erviccs
Meeting of the Rabbinical Council of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal shows (left to right) Federation Executive Director Arthur
S. Rosichan, Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami Pres-
ident Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Dr. Irving Lehrman, 1964 CJA
Chairman, and Rabbinical Council coordinator Kenneth M
Myers.
Rabbis Adopt CJA Program
*GUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. RebDi Isaac Ever.
*NSHE EMES. 2633^SW 19th gvi.
Conservative. Rabbi. Abraham Sch-

SETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd ave. Con-
servative. Rabui Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
'' j*J *:15 i>.m Sntnrdaj S .. m. Bar
Mitsvah: Norman Nee, son of Mr. and
Jlis. Un gorj V.\ i Rusenkrans.
,Ttl,,lS 50 sw 17,n ave O-nnodox.
Raubi Solomon Schiff.
i-M.lay 5:3o and :8fl p.m, Sermon:
Our Religion." Saturday >::; a in
Sermon: 'The Resounding Voice of
.-mm.
CANDLEU6HTWG WM 4
17 Shevat 5:44 p.m.
K.-ihbiniml Council of the 1964
inibincd Jewish Appeal voted
Monday to,'i,ijjlwm each member
\)l synagogues throughout the
jrcater Miami area of CJA needs
[home 'and abroad, and of their
IponsUaility as members of the
tal Jewisii community."
IThe Council includes membera
I he Rabbinical Association
\\ Meeting wag niW al the Jew-
Ijish Home for the Aged, where
Kenrtety AA.. Myprs, Miami at-
torney. Was named coordinator
of the Council, ^cabbi Solomon
Schiff, president of the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association,
and spiritual leader of Beth El
Congregation, conducted the
meeting.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, a member
of the Association, and spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu El, is.
B%4 CJA chairman.
The meeting also moved to
tcommend fund-raising meetings,
r>l .synagogue membership here on
fehalf of CJA, urged the selection'
Df general solicitation appoint
|[?nt> from membership to tell
!m> CJA story, and called for the
folding of CJA Sabbath on Feb. i
and 7, immediately prior to the
ppening of the l%4 CJA campaign
p a gala dinner at the Fontaine
ileau.
"emple Sinai Has
.dult Seminar
Second class in the winter ses-
| Temple Sinai's Adult Edu-
cation Seminar will tie held on
niyht. 8:15 p.m., at the
emple auditorium.
[Following the original plan set
Rabbi Daniel Lowy in "Com
krativc K.ligions," Irving Jacob-
in, executive secretary of Temple
ill present a lecture and
Mstrip on "Confucianism and,
l0i>m."
Present at the meeting were
members of the C.reater Miami
rabbininate and presidents and
leaders of synagogues here.
Temple Zamora
Elects Officers
Officers recently elected to
nerve Temple Zamora for 1964
arc:
President. Arthur Deutsch; vice
presidents, Stanley -Silver, Harry.
Marks; treasurer, Morris Mosko-
witz; Alfred Finkelstcin. I.t Col.
Harold Shuman. Hilbert Leavitt,
secretaries.
Members of the board are Louis
Alweiss. Arthur Ben, Louis Char-
ter. Joel Cohen. Herman Douglas
Leo Eskreis. Dr. Michael Fiedler,
Leon Jlonig, Samuel Miller, Jos-
eph Ostric. William Raskin and
Irving Simons.
BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox.
Raboi H. Louis Rottman.
BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Hermon: "The Kve
..f si Ureat Anniversary." Mr. and -Mrs.
Sam Cohen, celebrating their 4th
a-edding anniversary, will be honored,
and Hi. ii will hoMt the One* Shaltbat.
Saturday 8:4." a.m. Sermon: "A New
I "llllll.lM.llll. III."
BETH MOSHE CONGrtEGATION.
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
Krldaj S:lj p.m. Sermon: i. Saj
it with Tii,. Saturday x:43 h hi
Uar Mitsvah: Randy, son ..r Mr. and
.Mr.-. Carl Wool.
e -----
BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave.
Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secre-
tary.
----- -----
BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
----- -----
8ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
sehita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen-
baum.
Friday 5:11 and 11:30 p.m. Sermon
"Having n Psychiatric- Session iti
Yourself." liar Mitivah: Janiee,
daughter ..f Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Winer. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Joel Lerner.
FVlday g:13 p.m. Sermon: "Dauabtei
Two Tablets Suggest Need
Of Heaven and Earth
lin-Off Candidates Slated
111 ruruiUxapajdates for Mayor
Metro county Commission
been invited to speak at
>-K-,um^m^Mi the Demo
* Ctqk'jF^BBmiii Beach on
L:: i idiyf eventrife at the Sea
Uatfi. tt'allv Gluck is presi-
f trie chib*
TEMPLE ISRAEL j
I'H.l, 19th St. 1!
A Refers* Congregation jj
>". Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob C. Bo-n.l.in, Cantor
sWfagg friiay, 1.15 fJH.
Mr Joseph B. Horwitz
... -.t Speaker, will apeak on:
ADVENTURE IN JUDAISM'
^MPLE EMANU-EL
'701 Washington Ave.. M.B.
Oonaei vatlva
IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi
Hirsh Adler. Cantor
Kay Evening Service 8:30 P.M.
Sermon Topic:
D THE 20TH CENTURY"
"rdav Morning Service 9 A.M.
Sermon 10:30 A.M.
I We Invlti Venn Inquiries
dint Pamlh Memberships
JE 8-2503
By RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY
Hollywood Beth Sholem
Throughout synagogues and
temple on this Sabbath, the por-
tion of Jethro. Exod. 18:1. will be
read Within the framework of
the sidra is found, for the first
of two times, the blueprint of
life, the Ten Commandments.
The Decalogue, as transmitted to
Israel through Moses on Mount
Sinai, was fashioned on two
tablets of stone.
Our sages ask a logical ques-
tion: why were two tablets
necessary? Could not a single
tablet of stone have carried the
Ten Commandments? The an
.swer by the rabbis is interesting.
The two tablets are symbolical-
ly significant of heaven and
earth. The answer is not very
char. What is really meant?
I'pon examining the com-
mandments, we become aware
of the marked division of the
duties delegated Jo man. The
first grouping includes com-
mands regarding "beyn odom
lamokom"between man and
God. The second division in-
volves 'beyn odom lachavero"
the relation>hip of man to man.
Judaism exclaims to man that
one must, if he desires to be ob-
servant, be a well rounded in-
dividual "tzoo Gott tzoo leif
both to Cod and to fellowman.
The major problem in the
world around us is that too many
people erroneously associate re-
ligion as something confined
purely with man's duties toward
God. while they neglect and for-
get man's duties on earth to fel-
lowmen. Perhaps, for this rea-
son, religion is not as efficacious
as it can and should be. The
message of Judaism to all the
world is that religion must be
an effectual instrument to di-
rect our thoughts and actions
equally strengthened toward
man. One cannot remain obser-
vantly loyal toward God while
setting aside proper duties to
man.
In order for our chaotic world
and the l 'ecalogui it.,- Miuvah:
Itandl mil ii, daughter of Mr. and
Mm, Bernard Phillip*. Saturday 8:30
i.in. Bar Mitsvah: Bruce, son of Mr.
.mil Mrs, Kii l- elgenbauw.
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544!
Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Abraham Strassfeld.
----- -----
i FXAGLER ORANADA. 50 NW B1a1 i
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa- ]
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
FVlday 8:1." p.m. Sermon: "The Vld-
; dish Lunguaiui." Saturday : a.m. Bar
i Miuvah: Jerry, Bon of Mr. and Mm.
Irving i tobrac-n.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton.
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ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
Frldio ", unit 8:1", p.m. Sermon: "Tin
~.....f Synagogue." Steve Kii-n-i
and Ilk-hard Koenigaberg "ill par-
iK Ipntv in the servlee, Saturday vi"
...in. Sermon: "The l^i ax .i Deter-
rent I'ower." Min. lin ". p.m. Bar Mits-
vah: Hob. ii -jgy. son of Mrs. Lunori
William*.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
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MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION.
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr..
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber. '
man.
SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Green-
wald.
Prldaj '.:'.' and v::ii p.m. Sermon:
"Leadership in Our Modern Time."
Saturday 9 a.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mias.
Frtday r. p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Natural Miracles."
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102E
NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardena rd.
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
Maurice Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m. sermon: "The Threat
lo Israel." heturdas K:45 am. St-rmon:
I'Tortlon .f Hi,- Week." All lilldi-.n
obaervlna birthdaya will !> i.i. .-.-. and honored at the Klddush.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Charles
Kedner.
FVlday ".::ii> p.m. Quest speaker, M.n- [
dell Fisher. Tonic: "Cooperative
Movement In Israel." Saturday 11:13
a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Kenneth, son of
Mr and Mrs. Howard Burns.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase
ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromsh.
Cantor David Conviser.
Krlday Sj15 p.m. s. rion: "Mixed
\in : Inge Sal irdnj lu: r- in
Mlisr.iii: Via**. ilfrtrKhter-*** Mf Arm
MlS. I '.;\ ! ------e------
TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38/
NE 167th St. Conservative. Rabbi
Nathan H. Zwilman. Cantor Alex-
ander Cohen.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
FVlday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "At the
l-'..i i.r sinal." Saturdaj W:S0 a.m, Bar
Mitsvah: Albert, i-..n of Mr. and Mrs.
David Blomowits.
TEMPLE EM/NU-EL. 1701 Waehlng.
ton ava. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday 8:80 p.m. Sermon: "The Tin
i.'omniandmenta and the Twentieth
Century." Saturday !' a.m. Mendel
Fisher, .inf. will be guest. Bar Mits-
vah: FVeddy, non ..i Mr. and Mr-
Roberto Bust: Lloyd, son Mr. and
Mr.-. Nathan eflegendorf.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
FVlday vi.'i p.m. Quest sneaker, Jos-
eph B. Horwlts, .-i Cleveland, O. Top
Ic: "Al\ Adventure in Judaism."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
l-iilay B:ja p.m. Sermon: "A Religion
or a Culture Wlii.li we We?" Sat-
urday i":::n a.m. Bai Mitsvah: I'aul
ii.iiii.ii. son .-i Mr. and Mrs, Alexan-
der Miller.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th st.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
FVlday 8 r. p.m. Sermon: Conserve-
llvi Judaism." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion ..i Un Uaw." Bar Mits-
vah: ('nil, Kon >.i" Mr. and Mrs. i: uan-
Uel llnslM rff.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative.
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin.
F'rldaj S:3u p.m Saturday 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI,
12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
Gale.
FVlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Founda-
tions of Community Life."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbl
Hyman Gross.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday vi.". p.m. Sermon: "Justice and
Law." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "A
Comiiiunil i.~ a Law of Justice."
TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. Cantor Leo Urheh.
TIFERETH ISRAEL,
ave. Conservative.
Wernick.
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Henry
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jafft.
FVIda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Road
I.. Inner Peace." Dedication "f Sanc-
tuary Ark in memory of Moe and Nel-
lie 8" hneldi r, Saturda) 11 a.m.
TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SW
120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi
Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
lieb.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Qettlnej
Along uiili In-Laws." Saturdaj \:':
a.m. Sermon: "On Qlvlng and Taking
Ad\ Ii ."
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
Ernest Steiner.

YOUNG ISRAt. 3HU NE 171 st
Orthodox. Rabbl Sherwin Staubar.
FVlday 5:30 p.m. Saturday :* a.m. Ser-
mon: "Meeting ..i Muni- "
MINYONAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
3737 Bird Rood, Miami
Ph. 446-2181 *
YAHKZtIT and KADDISH
Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Sat., Sun.. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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important relationship
to emerge triumphantly in peace,
all mankind must realize the im
portance of dealing justly be
tween man and man. This will
ultimately become a sustaining
Tree of Life to all men. The
two tablets of stone eloquently
proclaim the desperate need oi
a proper synthesis between heav
en and earth in order for man
truly to live in properly peaceful
and observant fashion.
OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
Office designs
and furnishings
direct from manufacturer
pjefs
Games Night
Set for Tuesday
North County YMHA Senior Cit-
izens Friendship Club will hold a
games night at "Y," 14036 NE 6th
Ave., on Tuesday evening, 8:00
p.m.. it was announced by Isi-
dore Hirsch, president.
Senior citizens, 55 and over, are
welcome to take part in the pro-
gram. Future activities will have
Michael Sossin, member of the
Florida Commission on Aging, dis
cussing "Active Longevity and
Medicare" on Feb. 18.
Feb. 25. a special Purim cele-
bration will be held.
Desks, Chairs,
Sofas, Credenzas,
Lamps, Everything
for the Office of Distinction
Interior design and
pact planning.
Open Saturday Morning


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. lewis* fforidTifori
Friday. January -Qi, 1964
Ufl listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Sephardic Jews Have Integration Probjem in Israel Today
-------W.. %. -. ti ___ ,. rnanprlc that have the mental capacity, 'he
QNE HALF
" the pop-
ulation of Is-
rael consists
of Jews who
have come
from Arab or
Middle East-
ern states, or
are of Se-_____
phardic origin. They are some-
times loosely referred to as
"Oriental" Jews, a term which
has nothing to do with what the
Western world calls the Orient.
It is even less accurate than
the word "Anglo-Saxon" which
in Israel is used to designate
all Jews coming from English-
speaking countries anywhere.
The narrow meaning of the
word is unimportant so long as
we know what is meant.
One of the reasons why the
satisfactory integration of the
Oriental Jews into Israel life
is a major national problem is
that the course of action re-
quired runs contrary to a basic
principle of the Zionist move-
ment. The direction of cer-
tain ideals must be reversed,
and once precious goals must
be discarded in view of chang-
ed circumstances.
The European Jews (Ashken-
azis) who constituted the pion-
eer founders of the State of Is-
rael were actuated by a desire
to bring about also an economic
and sociological restratifica-
tion of the Jewish people. Too
long had Jews been narrowly
engaged in academic or profes-
sional pursuits, they said. If
we are to be a normal people,
we should lay less stress on
intelleetualism. and learn also
to be agriculturists, laborers,
technical workers. This was a
major aspect of the Zionist rev-
olution.
The Sephardi Jews who have
come to Israel in such large
numbers in the past fifteen
years also want to bring about
a revolution in their way of
life, but they seek to move in
the other direction. They find
that they are becoming the
hewers of wood and the draw-
ers of water in Israel. Nor-
malization of their way of life,
they maintain, means that more
of them should go into such
fields as law, engineering,
science, politics.
Israel's Sephardi Jews under-
stand that there arc historical
reasons why the Ashkenazis
overwhelmingly dominate as
members of the Knesset, judges,
professors, high officers of the
army, top government officials,
etc But they ask themselves:
what are the prospects that
our children may become elig-
ible for positions of status and
prestige in Israel's society?
The answer lies almost ex-
clusively in providing these
young people with adequate
and appropriate education. No
matter what misinformed peo-
ple mav sometimes report,
there is practically no preju-
dice or discrimination against
Sephardi Jews in Israel. In
employment, as in social sta -
us, there is a natural partial-
ity for the educated and more
cultured individual, no matter
what his origin or background.
The Scphardis are at a disad-
vantage, since even the defini-
tion of culture is of Ashkenazi
origin.
Occasionally someone will
whisper the question: Do they
have the mental capacity, fhe
native intelligence to measire
up to European standards? The
evidence is so overwhelmingly
affirmative, so convincing, tnat
there is no further need to
multiply examples, of which
there are many.
It is not a handicap, per se,
to be a Sephardi. Iitfleed,
those who are familiar with
Jewish history regard the Se-
phardi Jews as having been the
elite of our people, as indeed
they may well be again in an
Israel which is striving might-
ily to correct in one generation
the educational neglect of cen-
turies.
Better yet. true integration
will bring about a fusion in
which the distinction a* be-
tween Sephardi and Ashkemzi
will disappear altogether.
Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN
Three Light-Hearted Books for the Young of All Ages
AS I REMEMBER THEM. By Eddie Cantor. 144 pp.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 60 E. 42nd.
EDDIE CANTOR'S short skip down memory lane
is mild fun with a few good jokes thrown in.
which is about all it was meant to be. His vignettes
of the great stars of the "Golden Age" of show busi-
ness include Ziegfield, W. C. Fields. Fanny Brice.
Jolson. Caruso. Garbo. Will Rogers, and the rest of
the gang Benny. Marx, Judy Garland. Bea l.illie.
and the raft of beloved comedians, many of them
Cantor himself continues to sprinkle magic, and the
little book is at its humorous best when the am c-
dotes are those of his real relationships with his
friends, instead of simply being reported laughs.
The history is the best part: unfortunately, there
isn't enough of it.

THE CROW AND THE SNOW. By Gerry Taines.
Illustrated by Peter Anderson. 30 pp. Miami
foreign News Letter By JOSHUA JUSTMAN
Has Washington Made its Position Clear?
Jerusalem
COR THE PAST weeks
the Arab propaganda
machine has been work-
ing at full steam. Now.
after the summit'' meet-
in Cairo, one may expect
the campaign, aimea at
preventing Israel from
putting into operation the
National Water Carrier,
to grow both in scope and
intensify.
One thing, however, is
quite clear: the decisions taken at the "summit"
will not affect Israel's determination to go ahead
with the project; the Lake Kinneret-Negev conduit
will begin to carry water to the south some time
in the spring or summer of 1964.
In this Israel expects to have the continued
support of the United States which, indeed, views
the project as vital for Israel's development, as
a legitimate one, and as one not apt to encroach
in any way upon the rights or interests of the
riparian Arab states.
The Arab press reported that the Soviet Union
has promised the Arabs fuli support and that it
would issue an ultimatum to Israel not to inaugu-
rate the water carrier, and that it would even go
so far is to break off diplomatic relations with
Israel.
Israel quarters tend to discount these reports
and doubt whether Soviet support to the Arabs
would go to extremes.
The importance of the project, central to the
overall and integrated national water plan, hardly
needs elaboration.
Of Israel's total land area of about 8.000 square
miles, only one-quarter is arable. Most of that por-
tion of the arable area depends upon irrigation to
revive it, and is situated in the southern part of
the country, the Negev. Most of Israel's water re-
sources ire in the North, in the Galilee, where the
annual rainfall averages 40 inchesas against eight
inches at Be?rsheba and 1.25 inches at Eilat.
The idea of moving water from the north to
the south goes back to the days at the end ol
World War I. Over the years various plans to-
ward affecting it have been evolved, including one
by the eminent expert on soil erosion, Prof. Walter
Clay Low dei milk. Israel has repeatedly expressed
her willingness to cooperate with her neighbors in
the utilization of the regional water resources for
the common benefit of all concerned.
Would the Arab states take up arms to pre-
vent Isr?el from carrying out the project'.' Col,
Nasser seem: to have ruled out a war. since, as
he indicated, he would fight Israel only when ready
ard certain of victory.
Beach: Artist Publishing Company, 1665 James
Ave. S1.98.
Another "Gerry-Tale" from the joyous iniagin
ation of Gerald Taines. creator ol Sidney the K!>
- fish" and "Brewster the Rooster," this one
also uses an easy-to-read vocabulary and painlessl)
slips in us moral: think for yourself. Peter Ander
son's illustrations, which almost move, make it
ppily visual Kloridian Taines. when not fa-cin-
ating children with rhyme and reason, or winning
championship titles, keeps busy at other projec'.-
like buiMing the Diplomat Towers
THE MIGHTY VOICE: ISAIAH. By Miriam Gilbert.
Illustrated by Simon Jeruchim. 138 pp. Phil-
adelphia: Jewish Publication Society of Amer-
ica, 222 N. 15th St. $2.95. \ /
Miriam Gilbert's fine story of Isaiah is the six-
teenth in the excellent Covenant Books series, whose
aim is to portray heroic figures of the Jewish past
in supplying background and incidents to rapport
many of the prophet's words, she drew on ancient
Near East history as well as Jewish tradition, ere
ating adventures and characters to interest young
readers. Very little is actually known of Isaiah's
life; if not strict!) historical, this is nevertheless a
pleasant way of clothing his great and shadowy
figure,
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Between You and Me: Bv BORIS SM0LAR
German Economic Influence in Israel Ending
BEHIND THE ADVICE of the Depart
* ment of Commerce to America
business firms to increase their dea
i:igs with Israel is probably very mucl
the fact that Israel will no longer ge
any drodilcts from West Germany a
reparations payments. Israel receive
every year from West Germany during |
the last decade machinery and good
worth tens of millions of dollars as parti
of the reparation.; payments. Israel's industrial develop-
ment is due to machinery and equipment received from
West German firms under the reparations pact. Mach-
inery for Israel's copper mines and for other newly
developed industries came from Germany. The Haifa
harbor was extended and modernized with equipment
lrom Germany.
Even private industrial enterprises in Israel succeed-
ed in securing machinery from Germany on the ac-
count of the reparations payments. These pavments are
now coming to an end and Israel's market for importing
industrial and other articles becomes wide open lor any
country that can compete in prices, quality and sales-
manship. The Department of Commerce, although not
referring to the end of West Germany's payments to
Israel, is well aware of the fact that Israel will not buy
goods in Germany on a large scale unless it succeeds
."getting from the Bonn Government a large long-term
Juun,
On Panama and Suez
PHE ONE RULER of his day whom
Theodor Hcrzl never met was an-
| other Theodore I mean Theodore
| RooseVelt. And yet it would seem that
r.K. was the one above all, whom H< I1
ihould have met. Both had more in
ommon than the first name Both had
n unusual flair for the dramatic; anil
oth had the idea of building the Par
ima Canal.
tueuutM-a Koosevelt, as President of the United
States, was responsible for bringing the Canal to com-
pletion, but Theodore Hcrzl had the tame idea.
To be sure. Hcrzl was quite young when he conceiv-
ed the idea When you are lo years old. building any-
' ling like the Panama Canal Isn't easy, and that's ho
old Herri was when he got the idea. He confided the
secret to no one hut his father and mother. He mint
have had a great deal of persuasiveness, even then, lor
his parents approved of it and had him entered at tfc
Budapest Technical School so that he might get the D
essary preparatory studies for an engineering career.
It was a gr:-at ambition to Join the Atlantic arc
Pacific Oceans but Herd really was never the man foe
Mich a thing His genius was not technological but ratn
er in joining the eceans of thought. We need the build
*TI Of canals for such purposes as much and even more
than the phvsical canals.
Young Herd's ambition was simply a response '
me great ado made at the time over the Frenchmar
lie Lessens, who built the Suet Canal. Later. De Lesser-
bega i the building of the Panama Canal, but the FrerM
company collapsed in a sea of scandal, and the casil
was finally bu.lt under the leadership of President TW>
(lore Roosevelt.
The situation in Panama is now something <>
jeadache and the well-known publicist Edgar An*U
"I"'' I*1?8 in the Ne York Daily News, blame*
America lor :t.


Friday, January 31, 1964
* k**Uh nrr9r*g*>r>
LEGAL NOTICE
Page 15-A
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF fLORIDA. IN AND FOR
L ADE COLNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
No 64C 717
I I H (J.. \S"'N It', us Alllllinlstl.,-
I rel.ill- Wall's. .Ill OfflCCI
f ,i. i ted "' "' Vmerlcn, ami
(I,,, bu --or- I" such office, mill
,, ,.i il lr n---'- is,
inllff,
. .KK REESE, it iiv.
, .-ndaiits.
NOTICE OF SUIT
| ., id BY DEE REESE and
it.AitKAHA LEE REESE
;ka Basfa.....i
n dad. uhlo
Vol' Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
lliai .i has i.....n brought against
Ion l.y ., s. GLEASON, Jit., a.-. Ad-
I in- ir of \'i"i-ui> Affair*, an
|i:ic-r i'.' The Bulled States of Amer-
l ,. .,ni blAj.SUCcesaurs in such Otlice,
Inil hi* "* their asslgne. In foreclose
I inn: tgage encumbering tin- follow-
I- di ''! pn-p- rt) tO-Wtl :
' i.,.i> ifl ii and is, in r.iock 10,
.-.,. TH MIAMI HEIGHTS,
\|i|i| :i>.\ "i: according to the
hil.it tvVeof, a recorded in Plal
iiutik 2. at |*ig> M. of tl"- public
records "i Dade County, Florida;
J required to file your an-
swer wtt> Hi" Clerk "f the Circuit
itif i i Mill* County, I lorida, at the
ourthoi In Miami, Florida, on or
I Fvbrtuirj !6, l4, and to serve
ropy t4 such answer upon l>.v\"il >
c.vrsMAN, Plaintiffs attorney,
Ihoxe ... in*, is un East Flagler
reet, Miami 33, Florida, on or n.
il.il.-. .i- ri'qiiireil by the
n> ,-: Florida, if you fall to do
i. Hi. omplalnt M be taken aa
knife seed by you and a Decree Pio
hnfrseo '-'Hi be entered against you
thi .i,-r demanded in the cont-
ain!
h'\ I"! tula SI day ..f January,
14
B. DEATH ERMAN
'.'< of tli.' i 'Ircult ?ourt
.ide County, Floi Ida
Bj K. M 1.V.MAN
I leput) Clerk
I iVIH CAT8M \N
aiter fltreei
1..i ill.i
t -!. SI, S 7, II
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN A\ O FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLDRIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61577.B Dowling
UK it,- ,,i
t il.'ISE i:mii.mi\. ;>. n u a
I'ISF. RAHMINGS, a k a I.Ol'ISE
VMM IN ;. a k n EFFIE l.ui'isi:
vn \i. .s. u k .i EFFIE L-oi'isE
aiimi'. ;. u/k a EFFIE Loi'ISE
XNIS, .1 k a l,i K'IBE MINN IS,
i ., L, :"I.-1-: HKIIMINi:.
a.-,,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\ii, -.liters and All Person* llav-
- or Uemunda Aaainai Haiti
lut. |
mi hereby notified and r.--
presenl an) claims and
'...ii )..ii maj have against
ii.:- or EFFIE i.< >i ISE i '- '
INGS, k i- LOUISE RAHMINGS,
k .i I. l.si: K.ll.iii.x'i;, .i R ., r.r '
K l.< -K RAHMINGS, a k .1 BF- '
i: I." ISE RAH.MIX.;, a k :, BF- '
IK 1.1 -i: .MINNIS. a k a LOUISE
sVNNIS a k a LOI i.t. I.,.,,
Ni i. ., a-,,,1 late of 1 '.ok-
unty, Florldu, t., the County I
I lade Count). and file the
ll>ll< ai- and a- pi..\ ui, ii in
I. IS, Florida Hlatulea, In
i in thi Count) Court-
Ii ,.i,Ih County, Florida, with-
'iilai in,,nil,- from the time
: -' pubiu ., i .< mi u.i.i'i, ,.i ....
barred,
led Miami, Florida, Ihla 15th
utr) A I ISM31
I I '1.\ > I'llACHAN
Aa Administrator
ii. al.......i ilii.- n,,ii, mi
'nil of January, l'J4.
Ill- \NH ItUUINbtl.N
i Adinlnlatrator
i itadi i a. rul HIiIk
:i II
1 24, 31, ;-T. II
10-'CS6Y PUBLICATION
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
^ENTK JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF
lOF'OA IN AND FOR DADE
fO. STY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 64C 960
UtC.
I |i. KARP,
nit.
SlIT FOR DIVORCE
1 l Kb i k .i
li-i iek Cirlln
t.t*% ;i-i >.i,. i
-i.hi. X, n York, N V
[' irtea iv K.,i|,. are hereby
al a i .ni ,., ........i.i.n. ,. i
i*aa been filed asainal you,
re<|ulred tu aerve a cop)
' laWI or I'l.-anilii; I" In.'
impluini on the P'nln,"'N
""i' Ill.....ii. SO si:. Flral
Miami, r ,i a
\ -ii.i- ,,, pleading in the
the i i.ik ol in.- i irouil
or beiore the tnd day ,,i
14. If > imi rail lii do BO,
by Uefaoli mil be taken
Hi f.T ili.< relief demanded
: l omnlnlnt.
ahnll he publlahed once
, .'.'." '.....II.-,-. 'll,IM< 11. !>.-
I W 1811 KI.OltlDIAN
t" N 1RI>KKBU al Miami.
>n "711. tut) of January,
[i I'\tiii.i:\ia.v. ciefk,
Kurt, Daile County, Florida
B\-, K M I.V.MAN
. peput) Clerk
>\l
n Avenue
rlila
>: Plaintiff
1 31, i 7-1I-.M
DAYBHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Now, repeat after me: I hereby promise ....
that in the future .... I will faithfully attend
services .... every Friday night."
Cf. 1f*3, BrA PrediKlieai
LkVAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61665-B
in l:i: Batate of
Jul'v I1I.1JS,
11. .-,-,.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r,. All rredltora ami All I'.i,n-
i liaiaiu Clalnia or Uentanda Aaulnal
I aiald i:-iai,-
You are hereby notified and re-
uuired to preeenl any laim- and
demanda uiii, h you may have agalnnt
the estate ,,i JUHN III..--.-, ae-
,,.,-,,! late of Dade County, Klorlda,
to the County Judtrea -f liade Coun-
ty, and file Hi.- aante in ilupli.-at.-
and as provided In Bectlon 733.16,]
Florida Btatutea, in their offlcea In
the Count) Courthoiuw in I'a.le Coun-
ty, l lortda, within nix calendar
i uiontlis from tli- time of the flrat
publication hereof, oi the aame will
bi- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tlii* Slat
day of January, A.l. r.o'.l.
/a REhlNA HEHS
As Executrix
Flrat publication of tills notice on
Hi.- Jltli day of January, IBet.
THEODORE It. NBLHON, K.S^..
Attorney for Kxi-rutrix
iio", i.in, ,.iu Road, .Miami Beach, Fla.
1/24, SI, 1/7, ii
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61875-B
in RE: Eatnte of
AARON WEINKLE
Deeeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor!, ami All IVraona Hav-
Ina Clalmv or Demands Agalnat Said
I.'- a!,-:
You are hereby notified and re-
quireil to preeenl an) claims and de-
manda which you mu) have agalnat
the palate of AARON WEINKLK de-
eeaaed lute ol Dade County, Klorlda.
to the fount) Judge* of Dade Coun-
ty, and to file the aame in duplicate
and as provided in Mevtlon 133.16,
Florida Htalutea, in tbeir offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, wit Ii in si\ ealendar
montha from the time of the first
publication hereof, ,.r the .same will
l- I,.IT I ,',l
Dated at Miami. Florida, this L'litli
da) ,,i .lanuari. A.D. r.oii.
FIRST NAI'l.iNAI. HANK -' MIAMI
It) a |..i.\Al.l> It. TIIOMl'SUN
Vfce-IYeaident iind Senior Truat
. >i i leer
As Exerutor .-i Eetate of
Aaron w tinkle, Deceaw 'I
MYERS. HEIMVN A: KAPLAN
Ii) I., his 11 El MAN
Att. : ne) for Executor
I16U S.W i-i Street, Miami. Florida
l -34, SI, :'-7. 11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61741 C
lii RE: Estate ol
MORRIS It HRIMJANT
I i, .a.-,,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor" and All Persona
llavlni! Claims or Demands a^.uom
Bald Batate:
You are hereby notified and re-
Quired to preaent any lalius ami de-
mands which you niave have against
tli. estate ol MORRIS It. Illtl I.I.I ANT
deceased late ol Dade County, Flor-
ida, t,- the County Judges of Dade
t'ounty, and file the sain.- in dupli-
,at,- and as provided In Hpctlon 733.16,
Klorlda Statutes, in their offices In
the "",iiuy Comili,,us.- in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
puMloati. ii hereof, or the same will
l,p barred
l>ii.....t Miami, l-ioriilii. this l::ih
,;.n of January, AD. IM4.
JENNIE B. llllll.I.IANT
As KXOCUtliX
First publication of ihl- notice on
ill. 17th da) "1 January, linil.
Ml I.T IN A. FRrfcll
Mtnrne) fm ICxecntr'lx
:;-, N.i: Slat b'treat, Miami "'
l l;-:i-:!-'. T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY.
No. 64C 306
RoltKItT f. HARRISON,
I'la Hit ill'.
vs-
JOAN K. HARRISON,
1 i.-t. n,lalil.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
To: JOAN K HARRISON
::.*, Heryeant Btreet
Nutly. New Jersey
Yo ii. JOAN E. HARRISON, are
hereby n,,tifi,-,l that a Mill of Com-
plulnt for Divorce has been filed
afratnst you, and you ar- required
to .- iv. a opy ,,f your Answer or
I leading to th.- Kill ,,( Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney, V. ROBERT
CARLJS7.E, SO s.K. 1st Avenue,
Miami 32, Florida, and file the oii-
alnal Answrer or PleitdlM in the of-
fi......f the Clerk of the Circuit Court
mi or before th,- :'lth day of Feb-
ruary, 1964. If you fuil to il so,
jiidtiii.-nt l.y default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of <'omplalnt.
This aotloe -hull ii- published once
each week for four consecutive weeka
in Till' IKUISH l'l.o|(ll>IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this Stnd day of January,
A.D. 1964.
i: II i.i:aTHERilAN, CTerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Horlda
H'ii, nit Court Seal)
By: C. P COPBI.AND
Deputy I'l.-i-k
V". ROIIERT lAKI.lSl.i:
In si:. 1st Avenue
Miami ..:'. Florida
i 34, 31, S/7, 11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKItl-:nv OtVEN that
the underahxnod, d.-sinnif to engaite
in bualneaa und.-r th.- flctloua name
of KKI.I.IK INTKRNATIONAI. VVIUS
at lin.le County. Klorida. int.-nils to
r.-Kist.-r said num.- with the t'lerk
Of the I'ireuit Court of Oade Coun-
ty, Florida.
KI-:i.I.ll-: INT KH NATION A I.
WIOS, INC.
a Florida Corporation
331 Senility Truat Blag., Miami, Kla..
owner
1 84, SI, 7, 14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61761-B
In RE: Batate of
ABRAHAM 81I.VER,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,, All Creditors and All Persons
Efavlna claims or Demands Asulnst
Said Estate:
You are her* by notified and re-
quired to preaent any claims and
demands whl,-h you may hay.- against
the estate ..I ABRAHAM SILVER de-
Ceased late ot Dude County, Florida,
ii- th.- cunt. Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, ami file the --aim- In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the linn- of the first
publication hereof, .-i the same will
h,- barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida. Ilii- -'-'n-l
day of January, A.D. I94.
' MILTON R. MAKNHEIMBR
A- Executor
First puldlcation of this notl.....n
the 34th da) of January, 1964
KOVNER & MANNHKIMER
.ion Dupont llasa Center
Miami 31, I'l. ri.la
Attorne) for Executor
I :(. 31. 7. li
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Jewish fk rkJi&n
solicits your legal notice)*.
W appreciate yout
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial FR 3-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring t.> engage in
bualness undel the fictitious name of
MIAMI DIAL REFINISHINU at 139
N.I-:. 1st St. Miami Intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count). Flor-
ida.
OSCAR SAItZO
l 17-24-31. Z 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the unata signed, desiring to engage in
bualness under the fictitious name ,-f
DRESS DESIGNS at WM N.E. 7Mh
Road, Miuml, Flu., Intends t" regis-
ter .-aid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court ,,l Dade County, Klorida
PATRICIA BAKKR
sole owner
BIBGEL, ALBERT, WEISS & I.VdNS
Attorneys for owner
l 14, 31, !-7, l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61459-B
IN RE: Estate of
HA ML'EL REESE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. To All Creditors and All Parsons llav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
I Estate:
You are hereby notified and r---
| quired to preaent any clulms and d< -
in.Hi.I.- which you may have ugainst
the estate ,-f BAML'EL REESE d, -
i-cuaed late of Dade County. Florida,
t>> the County Judges ,,i l'a,l. coun-
ty, and fll, th,- same in duplicate and
as provided m Section 7:13.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Com ih,,ii-.: iii Dude County, Klor-
lda, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication u< -
oi. or the acme will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Klorlda, this "th
da) ,-( Janunr). A.D. 1964.
Ml iNR< IE KK.r.Sf".
As Executor
First publication of this nol
th,- I'-th dav of January, I will.
KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER
Attorney f,,t- Exei utor
:ln Dupoiii I'laxa Center
I 10-17-24-31
on
An*11
lame*
ICE UNDER
nous NAME LAW
ns herkbv given thai
deal lut t,, engage in
wr the fictitious name ,,t
KIM I \ SALON at 7X15
Miami, Dade Count v,
?ml.- t,, i vain ter said name
! '"I- he .' r, uit Court
Pity, Kl : Ida
, oil Ri ><; i: i: s
PllEl
t Iwi
['-I- Rldg.
P- i
I 17-34-31-2 ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 613962-B
In RE: Eat He ol
i.m:.-i l, I-. IIII.I.IARI'.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
v .ii are hereby notified and re-
quired I,, nresent any claims ami de-
mands which v"ii mave have against
ii.....atute ,-i II VKid.l' I-. BILLIARD
,!-,,.,-,,i late of Dade County, Klor-
|rla, t" Hi.- Count) Judges .-t Dade
County, and file lite same In dunll-
I'l, ri.la Statutes, in tlu-ii offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Horlda, within six calendar
months from the time of the flral
publication hereof, or the same will
I.,- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 13th
day of January, A.D. IM4,
MARY IIII.I.1ARL*
As Administratrix
of the Estate of Harold h.
H-.iliai.i. Deceased
l-'ir-t pul'lk'l.....n ,,f thi- notice on
Ihe 17th id January. 1S-6I.
CLAt'DE M. BARNEB.
Attorne) for Mary HIHlurd,
Administratrix
OS Calumel Buildlni
Miami. Florldu ......,, ., .
1 1, I i ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 60336-A
In KK: Estate ol
(JENIEVE ill ssiI-: McCORMICK
In-ceased
CREDITORS
and All Persons
Demands. Against
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 61756-C
In RE: Estate of
T1IKOR1A KAVI.I-:s HOl'BTON,
l
ii-
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having claims or
Said Estate!
V,-u are hereby notified and re-
qulred t>, nresenl an) claims and do-!
maud.- which \>ii mays have against
the eMate oi OESIBVE c.issii:
MeOOBMICK, deceased late of Had.-,
Cinintv. Florida, to the County Judges
of Dade Count., and file the sam.-
in duplicate and a> provided in Bec-
tlon 733.16, Klonda HtutUtea, in their
offices iii the County Courthouse in
Dade County. Florida, within ,-ix cal-
endar months from the time of Ihe
first publication hereof, or the tame
Mill Ih. barred
Haled at Miami. Florida, thia : tu
dav of January, A.D. K"',i
ci,ai-|ii: M BARNES
As Executor of the Batate of
i;. nleve I lusale M< (lormick
CLAt'DE M BARNES
Attorney for Executor
203 Caltinii-i Building
Miami. 33. Florida
1/17-34-31-!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ih
undersigned, desiring t" '"-
business under the fictitious name
DIVERSIFIED PCBLICATIONS
IOS0 ':' Street, Hay Rnrbor Island
Miami 3SC.4, Flu Intends n- reglst
said i ime itli Ihe Clei k the < i
.-uit Coun of c Cointy, hlorld
S \M C.M.I'M VN
MAI'RR'E ROBE
partners
1 17-34-31-2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 542
PAI.MIRO Pi: I.A TORRE,
Plaintiff,
% s.
rt'ANA DE I.A TORRE,
I 'I. ndant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl': Juana de la Torre
Residence I'nknown
You, Junna de la Toitc, are hereby
notified thai a Bill ,,f Complaint for
oi\,,i.,- has been filed against you,
and you are rt-.niir.-d to serve a copy
of \.,ur Answer Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs
Attorney, Manuel Znlac, 303 Blscayne
Building, Miami. Klorida 33130. and
file th,- original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of tie- Cir-
cuit court on or before the lxth day
uf February, 1064. If you fall t.> do
.-,,. Judgment b) default will be taken
agalnat you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of Complaint.
This notice shall l- published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,;
Florida, thi- 13th .lay of January, |
A P. IM4,
I-: B. I.E VTIIKRMAN. Cli
Clrcuil Court, had,- County. Florida
is. all B) : K M. I.YMA.N
Deput) Clerk
Vi vNCEL BAIAC
:n .- Risen) ne I lutldlng
Mi .mi. Florida 331 10
Altui a, for Plaintiff
1 17-24 II, 2 7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors .-.n.l All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or I'.-uiallds Auainst Said
Estate:
Von an- hereby notified and r.--
qulred l- pi, -,nt any claims ..ml
demands which you may have against
the .-'at..... THKoRIA KAVI.KS
IP i|'ST< N dece ised la.....t I 'ad.-
Countv, Klorida. to the County Judges
of Dade County, and file the sam.- in
duplicate and as provided in Bectlon
733.16, Florida Statutes. In their of-
floes In th.- County Courthousi is
Dade County, Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the -a.....
ill be barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this th
iUi) of January. A.D. l64.
s KAKKI.'IT M RoTHKNI'-KRi;
As Administrator C.T.A.
Flral publication of this notice on
th.- 21 Oil) of January, IM4.
CAIDIN Sc ROTHENBEIUi
Atti'rneys fur Aominlstrator, C.T.A.
::.i", Rlaco) ne Bullriing
Miami, Floriilu
1 21. 31, 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN
CHANCERY
No. 3C 13911
THE WII.I.IAMSKl K.lll
HANK,
Plaintiff
vs.
.IAMBS 17. rick.
Defenilunl
NOTICE OF SUIT
To: JAMES E, RICE,
340S 23rd Mr.-, t
. iulfpoi t. Mississippi
You nre hereb) notified
. I... \. cuptl.......1 action has
stltuted against you in th
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni ITU "K IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, desiring to engag
business under the fictitious n.n,i.
BOND sri;i:i:i BARKER SHOP
:::il Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla.,
tends t,, register said nami with
Clerk oi th, Circuit Court of i
Count). Florida.
DAVID ROSE
1 10-17-2
that
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at
in-
the
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SAVINGS
t iix. el al.
that
1.,-, n
the
In-
Clrcult
Court of ihe nth Judicial Circuit ,.f
Florida in and ror Dade Countj t"
f.,r,-.-los.- .. mortgage upon the fol-
lowing ,1--, i bed real property:
Lot ".. block IS Flral Addition to
Carol city according to the I'lat
th.-roi. r,.....di-d in > P '.....
at Page 19 ,,f the Public Records
,,t I hid, County, Klorlda.
You are requujejl to ule your an-
swer to plaintiff- complaint with
the Clerk ,-f the aforesaid Court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
att,-no |
MARTIN FINE
lltli Floor, I'a.l- Ki I, al Building
Mianii 32, Fli rlda
not lat.-r than I'ebruar) 26th, 1964, or
u i H -' Pro Confeaeo will l>, enter-
ed against > ou.
I ..it. ,1. Jan. -". 19S4,
E. II. I EATIIER.MAN
Clerk ,,i the Circuit Court
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 64C 21
ELLIS \v CAR1UN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELAINE A CARRIN,
Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: Elaine A, Corrln
R.F.D.
west i'awii-t, Vermont
You. Elaine A. Carrln, are hereby
notified that a Kill -,t Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you,
and you ai,- required t-- serve a cony
of your Answer or Pleading t-- the
Kill of complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, Stanley E. Goodman, 26*8
N.W. t.2 Street, Miami. Florida 33147,
ami file the original Answer ,-r I'lead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of ih-
Clrcult Court on or before Ihe 13th
day of February, IM4. If you fall
to do so. judgment by defsuli will be
taken agalnai you for the relief de-
manded In tin- Bill .-f Complaint.
'Iln.- n...... shall be published once
each week for four oonsecutlxe weeka
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miuml,
Florida, tin- 2nd day ol Janunr) A D.
::: i
I-:. K LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
i 'in-iilt Court, I tide 'ounty. Kloi ,
(seal) B) i:. E, GRI BIS,
lieput) Clerk
STANLEY i:. GOODMAN
3638 N. W. 12 Street
Miami. Florida :l::117
Attorney for Plaintiff
1 10-17-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 59907-C
in RE: Estate ,.f
LENA til KIDMAN
Dei eased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- h. r. l.y given thai I have
filed a Final Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Executor oi th,- estate ol Lena II.....I-
man. deceased: and that on the 5th
da) of February, 1964, will apply t"
th,- Honorable Count) Judges ,,t Dade
County, Florida, i--i ..i>:--'\.,l ol tu
Kmal U,[,.-i i -i ni for distribution and
final dlscharg, ns Executor of the
..-tat.- of the nbove-named decedent,
This 2nd da. ,-r .lanuu i). 1964.
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M \,i -. 11, K .v i 'ataman
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Variety Cancer Patients
To Benefit from Banquet
a a*/<
ornan s
TJUorU
Cancer patients at Variety Chil-
dren"- Hospital will benefit from
proceeds of a banquet and show
nite -ronsored by the Suburban
League, and planned for Sunday,
Peb. 9 at the Deauville Hotel.
President Mrs. Charles Himmel
has r.amed Mrs. Morris Levitt
general chairman of the event.
I/ is our climax fund-raiser
in behalf of the hospital," Mrs
Himmel announced, "and with
star attraction! at the affair such
as international famed story-teller
pnd i median Myron Cohen, and
song nd dance star of Broadway.
Carole Lawrence, we expect a
sell-out crowd."'
A cocktail reception hour at 6:30
I in ill precede the dinner and
Interfaith Day
At Beth David
Ftden tion of Jewish Women
Greater Miami Council of
rebel will co sponsor the an-
il Ir.terfaith Day Program tak
place at Beth David Synagogue
Thursday. Feb. 6. 10 a.m.. it
. nnounced by Mrs. Milton
Sirkin, chairman of the day,
Mr* Sirkin said that Mrs Anna
l-.renner Meyers, president of the
I edcration of Jewish Women, and
Nirs. Herman Koudenbush. presi
i f Greater Miami Council ol
Churches, will share in the parti
(ipation of the prograut.
ming the program on behalf
ol the Greater Miami Council of
Churches are Mrs. Alice Powell,
n of the interfaith meeting
lor United Church Women, and
Urs. Roy D. MacDonald. chair
man ol the Department of Chris-
tian Social Relations.
In keeping with the message ol
brotherhood, the joint meeting
"ill be addressed by Rabbi Nor
man N. Shapiro, spiritual leader
ul Beth David Congregation. A
musical program and luncheon
w ill form the activities for the
annual day, in which leading com-
munal and religious organizations
have l.t <'n invited to take pan
show, according to Mrs. Arthur
Pepper, vice president in charge
of ways and means.
Arrangements Committee is com-
posed of members whose volunteer
service hours, in behalf of Variety
Children's Hospital, places them
at the top of the Suburban League
In the Honors Group are Mes
dames Barry Barson. Malcolm
Kushner, Alan Hertz and Dan Ai
man.
Othcr> appointed by Mrs. Kim-
niel are Mrs. Larry Mizrach and
Mrs. Jerry Wernick, reservations:
Mrs. Sam Berkowitz, chairman of
the ad journal; Mrs. Seymour Ty-
son, direct mail and invitations.
Mrs. Arthur Berk, favors and
souvenr- program: Mrs. Morril
Levin, publicity.
"The management of the Deau-
ville Hotel is cooperating fully in
this project," said Mrs. Levitt.
"with catering director Bill Cold-
ring and Maitre D' Bonardi plan
ning a special menu, room deco-
rations ami program."
The Suburban League is a worn
en's service organization with
most members In the Southwest
section ol Miami. Group's sole
charitj is year round support ol
cancer patients at Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital, raising funds
tlnoiie.li bake sales, luncheons, and
fashion shows.
Husbands of many League mem-
bers are physicians associated
with the hospital's medical st;ill
"Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 31, 1964
Section B
Hatikvah Has
Member Tea
Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi
Women met al a membership tea
recently in the home ol Mr> Har
rj N Schwartz, president.
All new life members were hon
ored in special ceremonies eon
dueled by the lile membership
chairman. Mrs. Nellie Boyar.
A book review was given by-
Mrs. Frances Benjamin, and a
musical program was presented
by Mrs M. Rothstien.
Chairmen of the affair were
Mrs. Julius Rosenstein and Mrs
Abraham Dlatt,
n
_ j
bv ISABEL GRCVE
Kay I". Binder in town visit
mg her mother. Mrs. Ethel
Sli.ic'hct. now recuperating at the
Martinique Hotel Ray jetted
in from Tel Aviv where she lives
' ;h her husband. A. Finley
Binder, and their children .
While here, oldest son Louis.
I lev in to join her and will now
remain, entering as a junior at
the University of Miami Ray
i* returning Sunday, and hus-
band and sons Jeffrey Hi. and
nathah 13, and daughter Ethel
1". v ill be mighty happy to have
her at home again Living
in Tel Aviv for the past six years.
the Hinders operate the Town
Health Club at the swank Shera-
ton Hotel Ray. as everyone
knows, is the former Ray
Shochet, oi The Jewish Floridian
family,
January party calendar has
been a crowded one for lovely
'ill Sue Channing. who will be
Mrs Harold L Gaffin after Sat-
urday Pro-nuptial festivities
lor the bricie-elect, daughter of
Ihe Jules Channings, began at
the Diplomat Country Club on
Ihe 8th. when the groom's moth
" Mrs. Robert Galiin. enter
tained for her at a luncheon .
Several days later, it was the
Eden Roc's Mona Lisa Room
which served as the setting for
< bridal shower given by Mrs.
. h LiptOB, .Mrs Sam l.ipton,
Mrs. Dan Dubbin. Mrs. Simon
Rubin, Mrs Jerome Meyer and
Mrs. George Goldberg Cham-
pagne for the future bride at
the Algiers Motel on the 21st
with hostesses Mrs. Max Boder-
man, Mrs. Sidney Gans and Mrs.
Sol Goldstein And winding
up the hectic round oi pain..-.
Jill feted at a Westview Coun-
try Club luncheon last Saturday
by Mrs. Howard Kane an.I Miss
Penny Kane
A houseful of Pallots Jammed
the King Cole Apartments Fri-
day evening 10 celebrate the 69th
birthday of Louis "Pop'' I'allot.
founder of the Norton Tire Com
pany Joining in the fun
were the Norton Pallots. Ron-
ald Pallots, E Albert Pal-
lets, Howard Katzens. Steven,
son of Norton, and Susan, daugh
tor of E. Albert .
Mid-winter visitors at the South
I)ade home of their son and
daughter-in-law are Morris and
Ida Feinberg. of Bronxville.
NY Son Joe will repay the
visit in early spring when he
[lies to the World's Fair lite,
where his Cuban Tile Corp has
a major design flooring assign-
ment from Architect Morris
Lapidus.
.- ,; >>
Anne and Bernard G Axelman,
ut i860 NE 158th St., entertained
Continued on Paqe 5-B
Busy with plans for their annual dinner dance on Feb. 9 are
these officers of the Suburban League (left to right) Mrs. Ar-
thur Pepper, Mrs. Larry Mizrach and Mrs. Morris Levitt, chair-
man, shown with Maitre D' Bonardi (seatedl and Bill Gold-
ring (rear), catering manager of the Deauville Ho'el.
Yeshurun Sets
Fashion Show
Wednesday
On Wednesday, 8:30 p.m the
Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yes
hurun will present a fashion show-
by the Nat Allen Resort Wear
Shop of Hollywood, Fal.
Commentating personally. Allen
will display the newest in resort
and formal wear, modeled by
members of the Sisterhood
L'ndcr the chairmanship of Mrs
Adolph Mitchell, refreshments will
be served following the lashion
show.
Chairman of the program is
Mrs. Herbert Salzman. and mod
(Is include Mesdames Louis Bcr-
stein, Phillip Fine. Louis Brooks.
Morty Kessler. Martin Knobel. and
Louis Goodman.
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Friday, January 31, 1964
0ilt-0f-T0WnerS ImB Tenor Scheduled .
_ C^. |U. Ted Landesman, managing dt-
At Jerry Sperling iector of Waldman's Family Hotel.
* has announced that Nico Feldman,
Bar Mitzvan tenor <>t the isrueii op.-ra com'
pany, will head the list of inter-
Jerry Alar. Sperling celebrated imiitmnl gfpj ttrfdfHain rill Hi
his Bar Mitzvah. and his brother during the winter season. Jackie
Stephen was reaffirmed on Sat ^ason, who has appeared on th^
urday, Jan. 25. Held in the mam Ed Sullivan Show, Lenny Kent
; sanctuary of Beth David Congre an() many others, will also appear
gation. both ceremonies were con iit vvalrtman's.
ducted by Rabbi Norman N. Sha ----------------------
Tern- and Stephen are the sons WOlTieil tO ToUr
of Dr. and Mrs. Julius S. Sperl TJA AaenCieS
ing. 1915 So Miami Ave.. who **#% IJCIH.iej
hosted a Kidclusli and luncheon A "See-it-Yourself" bus tour oc
following the rites, and a recep- local Federation agencies ha*
tion and dinner at the Seville been scheduled for Tuesday. 11
Hotel in the evening. a.m. to 2 p.m.. by the Combine.!
Among out-of-town guests here'-'ewish Appeal. Young Women*
for the double celebration were Division.
Annual workshops of the Council of PTA's of ereth Jacob Congregation; Mrs. Seymour Alter- Bea and Samuel Root, of Wash- Mrs. Marshall Harris will be
:he Bureau of Jewish Education will be held man. Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Robert. Frank, uigton. D.C.. Mrs. Root is long chairman of the tour, and Mrs.
on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 8 p.m., at Temple Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, Tern- ; time friend and former classmate Aaron Fair commentator tor
.Beth Sholom. Plans for the workshop include pie Beth Sholom; Mrs. Sydney Gans, Temple
a panel discussion involving Rabbi Saniord Emanu-El; Mrs. Al Kaufman, Bern Torah Con-
Seltzer, of the Union of American Hebrew Con- gregation; Mrs. Lawrence Scher, Beth David
gregations,- Miss Jeannette B. Schwartz, of the Congregation; and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman,
YM and YWHA of Greater Miami; and Mrs. Beth David Congregation. Standing (left to
Bernard Stevens, community leader and par- right) are Mrs. J. Miller, Beth Jacob Congrega-
ent. Panel discussion will be followed by tion; Mrs. Norman Harrow, Temple Menorah,
buzz sessions in three areas on the general president of the Council of PTA's; Mrs. Irving
subject, "Stepping Stones to Good Jewish Kushman, Temple Beth Sholom; and Mrs. Jack
Schools." Planning for the workshop are Parker, Tifereth Jacob Congregation.
seated (left to right) Mrs. Hyman Gross, Tif-
Cedars Women List Enrollment
Sperlii
or at the Sperling nuptials. Mil- Greater Miami, the Jewish Home
drcd and husband Wilbert Needle lor the Aged and the Sheltire i
man. of Fort Myers; Mr. and Workshop of the Jewish Vocation
Mrs. Irving Lipton. with daugh- al Service on the grounds of
ter Lisa, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Douglas Gardens,
ert Sperling and son Michael, all Mrs. Albert Weintraub is chair-
of Orlando. > man of the Young Women's Di-
--------------------- \ision In addition to the agency
Shore Unit Meefina ,ou^s ,hose attendi8 "Hi hear
more nn meenng q{ |he wQrk of ,he Bureau 0, Jew
Mrs. Irving Firtel, president ish Education. Jewish Family and
------------------------------------------------ Shore Unit Woman's Corps, Pap Children's Service and lit. Sinai
volunteers will get under wav anicolaou Cancer Research Insti Hospital, all beneficiaries of the
eithin ten riavs Mrs I ntterman i tute at Miami- wi" COBdUCl I annual Combined Jewish Appeal
| board meeting at 10 a.m. on Mon The tour will leave at 10 am
Women's Auxiliary of Cedars ol | ficially welcomed at the Auxil- said, to familiarize the new mem- day. a| ,he Roncv p|aza Hotel, from the Federation Office. 13! *
Lebanon Hospital has announced) iary's next meeting on Feb. 18 bers with the different phases of General meeting will follow at 1 Biscayne Blvd. Fee will iiiclud-
thc enrollment of new members at the hospital,
lor 1964.
President Mrs. Ted Lotterman
laid the volunteers will be of
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Added to the membership ros-
I ter are Mesdames Stanley Bran-
l deis, Bernard Cronin, Virginia
I Gary, S. Frieds, Irene Knight.
Howard Levy, Albert Lcvick, San
j (Ira Morrell. Stanley Rosenstrauch,
S;:rah Wernicoff, Millie Karp,
Loretta Bernstein. Irwin Cutler,
Pedro Greer. Leo Katz. Louis
Levin.
Mesdames Perry London. Mur-
ry Mandell, Robert Rodenberg.
l.obert Schweitzer, Sanford Zabler,,
Belle Ross, Joyce Christie. Jack
Furman, Pay Gunshaw, Alex Ker
nish, Dorothy Levine. Sylvan Lip-
kin. Bea Marinello. Freda Robson.
Stanley Watts and Milton Zucker
man.
Orientation programs for the
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ed hospital facilities. \ and film on lung cancer. Jewish Home for the Aged.
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Rabbi to Review
Chaplaincy Book
The second in a series of Tern
pie Menorah Book Reviews will
be held on Wednesday evening.
Feb. 12, in the Temple's Social
Hall, when Rabbi Mayer Abramo
mitz, spiritual leader of the Tern
pie, will review "The Conversion
of Chaplain Cohen." by Rabbi Her
bert Tarr.
Rabbi Abramowitz. who served
as chaplain with the United Stales
Army during World War II. will
in addition to reviewing the book
relate some of his own experi-
ences in the chaplaincy.
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Burdine's to Feature Fashion Designer's
Specials at Cancer Society Extravaganza
Burdine's interprets "The Great
Life" with international fashions
previewed from America's most
significant designers at the Amer-
ican Cancer Society Annual Fash
Ion Show Luncheon and Musical
Extravaganza on Thursday noon
leb 6.
clothes will be premiered at the
affair are Oleg Cassini, Luis
Esteves, Adele Simpson, Herbert
Sondheim, B. H. Wragge, Teal
Traina, Mollie Parnis, Mr. Dino,
Anne Fogarty and Alix of Miami.
Additional feature of the event,
which will benefit Dade County
ioi be held ini the Napoleon Room | Unit of the American Cancer So-
01 the Ueauville Hotel, trend set- t;ety, will be selection of ten best
lers. now and on into summer, will dressed women present. Judges
include Mr. John, who will per will be Robert Pentland and Lar-
sonally present his "topto-toe" ,v llaugen.
custom fashions of hats, haute
couture, couture furs, jewels and
boutique accessories, and Signor
Livio de Simone coming from
Naples. Italy, to show his sports-
wear collection.
Guest commentator will be Ruth
McCarthy, Harpers Bazaar edi-
tor, with additional commentary
in appropriate song form.
Other top designers whose re-
sort, sprin;; and summer 1964
Cantor Richards
To be Featured
Mrs. Lillian C. Claughton and
Mrs. Joan Nielsen McHale are
chairmen of the fashion show.
Mrs Marguerite Kaiser is execu-
tive director of the Dade County
unit. ACS.
Serving as chairman of special
committees are: Mrs. Alfred H.
Daniels, hostesses; Mrs. Robert
M. Morgan, tickets; Mrs. C. Rus-
sell Morgan, reservations; Mrs.
Carl A. Twitched, gifts; Mrs. Ar-
thur Wood Jr., prizes; Mrs. Wil-
liam A. Herin, prizes: Mrs. Car-
son Bradford, iTecorations: Mrs.
Ernest Limmiatis, fashion events.
Hostesses for the afternoon in-
clude Mesdames Benjamin W. j
James Branch, Giffordj
Orchid Lecture
At Sinai Club
A lecture and slides on orchids
will be presented by Madeiene
Hawkins at the Mt. Sinai Hospital
Garden Club meeting on Monday
noon at the Miami Beach Garden
Center.
Mrs. Alexander Kogan will give
the devotional. Program chair-
man is Mrs. Hank Meyers. Pres-
ident of the club is Mrs. Alex Gor-
don.
For "great" evenings out,
Adele Simpson designs the
leon column of draped silk in
a green and pink on white
florci print irom her 1964 Re-
sort collection. The dress
molds to the body from a
iolled ha'.tar neckline and
then moves gracefully out
;>elow the hip. A ma'ch-
n.g stole is li::ed in pink satin.
By Adele Simpson, Burdine's
Gold Coast Room.
Women Plan
Gifts Luncheon
Initial Gift- luncheon of the
Women's Division of Combined
Jewish Appeal, featuring Fashion
plate '04. will take place at the
Eden Hoc Hotel on Monday. Feb.
17. it was announced by Mrs. Carl,
Weinkle, women's campaign chair
man.
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Chairmen of the Initial Gifts
Committee. Mrs. Jack Ablin
and Mrs. Inez Krensky are plan-;
ning the affair for women whose \
minimum contribution to the di-'l
vision's CJA campaign is $100 and |
o\ <-i
For the important work of the
Initial Gifts Committee, Mrs. Abe
L. Cassett and Mrs. A. L. Click-
man are chairmen for the Miami j
Beach area, and Mrs. Stanley C.,
Myers and Mrs. Sam Simonhofl
the Town Chairmen for Initial j
Gifts.
Mrs Weinkle called plans tor]
the Feb. 17 luncheon "among the
most exciting ever designed by
the Initial Gifts Committee."
Cantor Gordon S. Richards and
members of the Temple Judea Boesch,
Sisterhood will be featured in an Bunnell, James Donn Jr.. W. E.
evening of entertainment to be Dunwody. E. B. Elliott Jr., Milton
held Wednesday, Feb. 19. 8:151 M. Gettinger, Arthur Gucker, Jos-
pin, in the Reception Hall. eph T. Jana Jr., S. Sidney Raffel,
Cantor and music director of Henry H. Taylor Jr.. Dorothy Van
Temple Judea. of Coral Gables, Ness, W. C. Webster, Billy Wil-
Cantor Richards has officiated at >x.
Temple B'nai Israel, of Elmont,
1. 1 Temple Emanuel, Yonkers,
NY. and Union Temple, Brook
lyn.
A prizewinner in the Metropoli
lan opera Auditions of the Air, he
sang with tlie Metropolitan Opera.
ihe Philadelphia opera, ar.d the
St. Louis Opera, and was a lead-
ing baritone ol the City Center
Opera Company of New York.
Cantor Richards i> .i graduate
of the Hebrew Union Collegl
School of Sacred Music, where he
earned a degree in sacred music,
and certification as cantor-edm:a
tor.
He is a graduate of New York
University and attended the Man
hattan School of Music, where he
was a voice ond operatic major
under the eminent Friednch
Schorr, of the Metropolitan Opera
Company.
A World War II veteran. Cantor
Richards Is married and the lath-
ci of two children. Mrs. Rich
ards was a teacher in the New
York public schools.
Three-piece suit of Wicker
Weave wool by B. H.
Wragge. The cardigan jacket
has an oval neckline and
three-guarter-length sleeves
The chiffon topover has a j
tuck-under stretch waist and
a chiffon neck scarf. Slender
wool skirt is at'ached to a ,
camisole.
Paris Theatre
Stage Show
The new stage show at the
Paris Theater opens Friday, star-
ring Dina Mite, "the cutest play-
mate in Burlesk."
Bobbye Mack, "the wham, wham
girl." is co-featured along with
top stars of Burlesk Barbara Cur-
tiss. Al Anger. Candy Cohen, Jim-
my Pinto. Rhonda Allen and Phil
Lane.
The show starts at 11 a.m., on
Friday, and is continuous until
midnight. There's a two and a
half-hour midnight show on Satur-
day.
CANTOR GORDON S. RICHARDS
Mrs. Schine
Hosts Luncheon
Mrs. G. David Schine was host-
ess at a luncheon meeting of the
Dade County March of Dimes area
and district leaders Thursday at
the Roney Plaza Hotel.
Mrs Schine, the former "Miss
Universe," and a mother of five
children herself, heads the list of
some 10,000 volunteer Marching
Mothers for the Jan. 30 Mothers'
.March.
They will be doing their neigh-
bor.- a public service by distribut-
ii a leaflet concerning the new
blood test to detect PKU (Phenyl-
ketonuria > which, if not detected
in time leads to mental retarda-
tion, while they are on their
"porch light brigade" to collect
gifts for the continuation of the
March of Dimes services and re-
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Friday. January 31, 1964
Ambassador Comay to be Honor Guest
At Israel Bond Sponsors Luncheon
Ambassador Michael Saul Co-
. lay, permanent representative of
liie State of Israel to the United
\ations, will be guest of honor at
. National Sponsors luncheon held
i Oder the auspices of the National
Women's Division of the Israel
Bond Organization at Fontaine-
Meau Hotel on Tuesday.
The event, which will be held
irr connection with the 1964 inter-
rational inaugural conference for
I>rael Bonds, was announced here
l.y Mrs. Jan Peerce, National
Women's Division chairman. Na-
tional Sponsors are women who
tach year invest $1,000 or more
in Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Peerce, who will preside,
iiiti ii out that the luncheon will
locus atttention on the launching of
new five-year Israel Bond is-
,-ue. which will be floated on an
international scale in Miami at the
inaugural conference on the week-
fid of Feb. 21.
Comay, who will address over
1 000 women at the Sponsors
Luncheon, will report on the lat-
est Middle East developments at
liie United Nations.
One of Israel's leading states-
men and political experts, Mr.
Comay previously served for over
i.iree years as Israel's Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
! tin- Dominion of Canada. For
______I
JWYA President
Off to Confab
Slate Department Presidents
Jewish War Veterans Ladies
Auxiliary, Mrs. Bernard Wander,
v ill Httend the National Women's
Forum and the JWVA National
Fxecutive Committee meeting to
he held in Washington, D.C dur-
ing the first week in February.
Mr-. Ben Haberman. recently
appointed credentials chairman ol
National Forum on Women's Se-
rarity, will also attend the con-'
c ave
On their return, Mrs. Wander
I id Mrs. Haberman will give a
report to the March Quarterly
Department meeting on the con-
it rence.
a year before the status of the
Israel Legation, in Canada was
raised to that of an Embassy in
1954, he was First Minister of Is-
rael to Canada.
When Israel was established as
an independent state in 1948, Mr.
Comay was appointed director of
the British Commonwealth Di-
vision of the Israel Foreign Min-
istry. He served as a member of
the First Israel Delegation to the
United Nations in 1948, and again
from 1954 through 1956.
Mr. Comay was born in Cape-
town, South Africa, and practic-
ed as a barrister at the Capetown
Bar. With the outbreak of World
" ". voluntoered for mili- Jewish Agency for Palestine, serv-
War II. he *o|untoc"\l ... the ,ng in Jerusalem and at the Unit
tary duty and sened *. th U e Mrried
^ ^".nTSLoSe^S'lS S.1 missions in Australia. New
Middle East and Europe lrom | ^^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^^
vtt*tt^\-&A**t 5S5-S 1
of the Political Department of the^South Afnc.
>
MRS. JAN MKf
'Night In Israel' Will be Theme
Of Mizrachi Women's Conference
Temple Sinai Singles
Temple Sinai Singles will hold
ft get-acquainted dance on Sunday
I i-ning, Feb. 9, at the Temple.
MRS. JACK GERSON
Academy Women
Launch Project
"The People of the Book" will
be the theme of this year's He
brew Academy yearbook, Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, president of He
brew Academy Women, has an-
nounced.
Chairman of the Yearbook Com !
mittee of the Women's Division is
Airs. Jack Gerson. Serving with
Mrs. Gerson as associate chair-
men are Mesdames Irving Firtel
and Moses H, Rosenhouse.
Mrs. Samuel Rosner. PTA presi
dent, has been appointed chair-,
man for the parents group.
Joseph Cohen is chairman for
the Hebrew Academy men's or-1
Sanitation,
Herman Eisenberg, coordinator,
said that all constituent groups ol
the Academj are participating in
the project.
"A Night in Israel" will be the
theme of the Florida Conference
of Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion of America opening at the
Deauville Hotel on Monday even-
ing. 8 p.m.
An evening of music and the
latest film from Israel bringing (
first-hand reports concerning the.
progress of the many children iti
its schools and children's villages
is planned.
Guests, including Rabbi Solomon
Schiff. president of the Rabbinical
Association, city and state digni-
taries will appear, and the Jew-
ish and Israeli music will be un
der the supervision of Cantor
Maurice Mamches.
The function is sponsored by
the seven chapters of Dade Court
ty of the Mizrachi Women. Head
ing the reception committee will
be Mrs. Alvin Levenson and Mrs
Harry N. Schwartz.
Luncheon on the following day
in the Napoleon Room of the Dean
villc will honor Mrs. Mordecai
Kirshblum. national vice presi
dent, who has just returned from
an extended stay in Israel. Some
luncheon reservations are still
available. stated Mrs. Alfred
Stone, coordinator for Mizrachi
Women in Florida.
Cities of Miami and Miami
Beach have proclaimed the week
starting Feb. 3 as Mizrachi Worn
en's Membership Week.
Young Judea Picnic
Torahnims, Young Judeans ol
Beth Moshe. will hold a picnic
Sunday at Greynolds Park in the
log shelter beginning at 1 p.m.
Opti-Mrs. Plans
Dinner Dance
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
is planning for its annual dinner
dance at the Fontaincbleau Hotel
on Mar. 2. I
The function will star Syd;
Charisse and Tony Martin.
Members of the organization
are invited to the roof of the Reg
ency Apts. on Friday afternoon.
Feb. 7 to discuss reservations and
tables for the Mar. 2 event. Mrs
Emanuel Goldstrich is chairman.
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Friday. January 31. 1964
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Continued from Page 1-B
al dinner Sunday for Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Cutler, of Philadel-
phia, celebrating their 52nd
wedding anniversary The
former Judith Axelman is the
wife of their son, Sol Cutler, also
of Philly Guests included
Mr. and Mrs. Davie Soiffer. L.I.,
Mr*. Edith Waldman, Bronx,
om and locality, Mrs Gittel., Klejn-
berg.
Keeping pate with one an-
other, Vcr.i Kothfercl and Marilyn
Seidner, friends all through high
school, roomatcs at the Univer-
sity of Florida, both now attend-
ing the University of Miami,
have been elected to Kappa Del-
ta Pi. honorary education soror-
f rove
ity wvi-il installed ruxudy
at a dinner at the Riviera Coun-
try Club Delighted mothers
are Mrs. Bee Rothfeld and Mrs.
Gertrude Seidner .
Attending Bar Mitzvah of
Norman Rosenkranz, devoted,
loyal friends of his parents con-
verging here from as far away
as Canada Among them, Mr.
Carole Price and Barry Cheren
En Candlelight Double Ring Ceremony
Marriage vows were said by
Carole Price and Barry Michael
Cheren. son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Cheren. 927 Hardee Rd..
en Saturday evening, Jan. 25.
Candlelight double ring ceremony
*r O
MRS. BARRY CHtRtN
at Temple Emanu-El was perform-
ed by Dr Irving Lehrman. Re-
ception and dinner followed at the
Seville Hotel.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Price, of Eau Gallie, the bride
was attended by her sister, Mrs.
Philip Solomon, Sandy Kandel.
maid of honor, the bridegroom's
sister, Carole Cheren, bridesmaid,
and Deborah Price, flower girl.
Serving as best man was Leroy
Kamsauer. and the groom's broth
er, Stanley Cheren, ushered.
For the nuptials, the bride
chose a white, floor-length gown
styled with an empire bow. The
fitted bodice featured floral ap-
pliques outlined in pearls, a
bateau neckline and point-on-w rist
sleeves. A petalled pearl flower
held the French illusion, and she
carried pink roses to blend with
the pink decor of the nuptials.
New Mrs. Cheren graduated
from Whitefield High. Ray Vogue
Merchandising School in Chicago,
and attended Palm Beach and;
Dade County Junior Colleges. She
is a member of TAG's BBG.
Now employed as a staff econ-
omist at First Research Corp.. the
bridegroom is an alumnus of Coral j
Gables Senior High and has a BS.
degree in economics from W'har-,
ton School of Finance, University
ol Pennsylvania. He is a member|
of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity,
and Alpha Kappa Pi, national
business fraternity.
On their return from a honey-
moon at the Americana Hotel in
San Juan, the couple will live at
1308 So. Bayshore Dr.
and Mrs. Sioma Bialystock, To-
ronto; Mrs. Abe Rosenzweig,
Savannah, Ga.; Mrs. Selina Fein
and daughter, both of Louisville.
Ky., and New Yorker, Charlie
Eisenberg ... He's son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gregory Zvi Rosen-
krantz.
9 *
Lively musicale and cocktail
party Saturday evening for some
60 guests at the home of Linda
and Bill Binder, 911 W. 47th Ct.
. Guitarist Luis Maya, featur-
ed at the Roney Plaza, enter-
tained Among guests. Bill's
brother, Jerry Binder, of Tren-
ton, N.J., visiting here with his
wife and their youngsters.
'3 *
Dinner party at Leonard Wien's
swank new Steak House and
Lounge hosted by Col. and Mrs.
Dudley Brodie included Col. and
Mrs. Jacob Arvey, Mrs. Harry
(Sue) Bresky. daughter of the
Arveys. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Cache.
Mrs. Jack Ablin, and Mrs. Fran
Pitzker ....
At another table were these
members of a party hostod by
M,r. and Mrs. Ben Gaines .
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Myerson. Dr.
Stanley Frehling, Mr. and Mrs.
Myerson, Mrs. Frehling, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. Halperin. and
Mrs. A. Gregory Manson .
And at still another table. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack S. Popick enter-
tained Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Post .
Visiting with these and many
other guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard (Marjorie) Wien.
At lit. Sinai Hospital. Mr-
Rose Bookbinder, mother ot
Pumpernick's co-owner Charley
Bookbinder, is in serious condi-
tion .
Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Schwartz
entertained cousins Mr. and Mr*.
Jack Pred. of Aberdeen. S.P.,
the other night at their home
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Wearing a floor-length gown ol j
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covered Bible, Carol Ruth Meyer
became the bride of Jaime Sucho-
licki on Sunday, Jan. 26. Conduct-
ed by Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
the evening ceremony and recep-
tion which followed took place at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Honor attendants to the bride:
were Ann Neisen, her sister, and
Joanne Feld. Ena Sucholicki and
Susan Krisel were bridesmaids .i
Serving the groom was Moises
Susholicki. best man, Bill Neisen
and Morris Maranz, ushers.
Following a honeymoon tour of
Florida, the new Mr. and Mrs I
Sucholicki will live on campus at
the University of Miami, where
ihe bridegroom is now a student.
He formerly attended the timer
Pity of Havana, and is a member
of Phi Alpha Theta.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High and attended the Uni-
versity Of Florida. She served as
president or Debs BBG. and i~
a member of Delta Phi Epsilon.
Parents of the couple are Mi-
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Friday, January 31 1964
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Babette Thorpe was or New York to deckle whom she wanted to marry. When .-he was four
vears old. a new boy moved to Fleischmann's. where they had their
summer home. She looked at him and said. "I like you. I want to
marry you Dr. Bertram Ti-orpe. he wasn't a dentist that young
say* he remember- always having to push a little girl away from
his shirt-tail. Neither one ever went with anyone else. He was con-
-irlereri such a part of the Rottenburg family,
Babette's father was the famous doctor, that
when -he told her mother she was engaged.
she said, "To whom" You don't even g
- "" They were married when Bert
. ,tod.
Graduating from NYU M a health educa
major. Babette taught in high school and
.1 supervisor in the N> > Y rt school -;-
tem. She had always excellei in sports. She
had even danced at Carnegie Hali. D
fie war years, when Bert moved from
to po-,t. Babette packed the two children in
t'.e car and went right along. In one term.
Ir- wenl to six different .- Ins u
BABCTTl Mr Daniel R. Franco, with three adorable
daughters and another daujhtei or son aue io arrive in eariv summer
And son Jay lives with his wife. Roberta, in St. Peter-burg, where he
is in hi- last year at Stet>on L-.w School.
Alter being -ta'ioned ;n M wanted to stay, *o Bert took bis boards, ani here they came to live
Always Interested in the velfare of children. Babette was vice
president ol Nautilus and Central Beach PTA. as a ell as president
of Miami Beach High School. Because of cancer in her family. Bab-
ette became involved in wha she could do to help Six :-ears a|
she became active in the American Medical Center and a pr
dent of Tropical Chapter and president of the Council Presently.
she is again president of Tropical Chapter. In add.;..
centiaJ activities, -he still finds time to sew lor patient- ever; Wed>
re-day as well 13 oeifig awards chairman for Mt Sir.a. Hose .
Women's Auxiliary.
The Thorpes go to all the football games but miss the days ot
baseball at the old Flamingo Park. They also go dancing and know
all of the new steps. They like to travel, believing in seeing America
first. They've visited all the national landmarks and are the kind of
people who read all thf printeven on tombstones. In between
times Babette knits. She doe.- the talking for both of them; Burt is
the quiet one. He watches as she sparks, and is forever glad that
a little four-year-old knew what she wanted.
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IS CONTRACT BRIDGE A FRENCH GAME?
French travel posters. French flags, even menus in French spelled
out it was a French cortmental dinner at We-tview Country Club.
After dinner, there was a bridge tournament. Charles Goren. the
bridge expert, as well as Helen Sobcl. one of the leading women play-
ers, were there, observing and answering qustions. afterwards Air.
bridge players were the F Wagners Mrs David Hoehbera. Mrs. Lester Russin. Mrs. Louis Spit-
zer and Mrs Harold Lanc't^eld were among the high scoring players
.COCKTAILS FOR TWO HUNDRED
Barbara Katzen had a cocktail party in honor of her husband.
Howard, who was just elected Worshipful Master of the Hibiscus M
onic Lodge, the youngest man ever to hold that honor. Since Bar-
ban was a Pallot there were Pallots galore. The three Katzen chil-
dren, Lynn Bruce and David, were wide-eyed at the tent and the
accordionist Among guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen. Mr. and
Mrs Moie rendrich, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Lorber. Irma and Ber.ard
Ko- nblatt. Betsy and Fred Singer and Janice and Barry Bar

NO PLACE LIKE HOME
Ruth and Dave Rifas are still thinking and talking about their
lound-theworld trip that was almost perfect. In Saigon, they were
out on the street when the revolution started. They spent the next
throe days en the roof of Ihe Caravella Hatel with the top reporters
and photographers Irom all over the world watching the shooting and
bombing. They took the first flight out even though it took them
1.000 miles out of the way.
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RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY
Singing that retrain didn't do Martha. Stanley and Kenneth My cr-
one bit of good the day ot their "Cocktails." The guests got wet on
the outside, as well as on the inside. The floral arrangements were
exquisite. Birds of Paradise were growing in every lush clump ol
greenery. Among guests were Dr. and Mrs. Henry King Stanford.
Dr and Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin,
Mr and Mrs. Isadore Hecht, Mr. and Mrs Emil Gould. Judge and
Mr- Stanley Millcdge, Mr. an I Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt, Judge and Mrs.
Ray Pearson. Evervone came up to say "hello" to Ray Binder, who
is here visiting her mother, Mrs Ethel Shochet. and brother. Fred K.
.Shochet. publisher ol The Jewish Flondian. While the rain dripped
on the tent root. Rudy Ba'im ind his music played "favorite-."
IT STARTED OUT TO BE
Miss Gold Weds
Jeffrey Greene
Strand of pearls given by her
lather to her mother on their wed-
ding day was worn by Nancy Jane
GoW when-the became Mrs. Jef
frey Howard Greene on Sunday
Jan. 26. Temple Sinai was the
setting for the double ring candle-
light ceremony conducted by Rab-
bi Daniel M. Lowy.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs Ethel Gold. 1112 SW 64th
Ave. and the late Norman Gold.
Her husband i> the -on of Mr. and
Mrs David Greene. 1020 NE 147th
St.
Given in marriage by her broth-
er. Michael Gold, the bride select-
ed a traditional floor-length wed-
ding gown of bridal satin with
Aline skirt featuring circles of
lace.
The fitted bodice had a sculptur
ed waist band of chant illy lace.
boat neck rcembroidered with
chant.. teed pearls,
beads, and three quarter
length The three I
French illus fr
of mat ag
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Mr-
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matron
or. Deborah Felberg. junior
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man
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It was a boy tor Mr. a:; Mrs.
Steve Kcvelson. The new arrival waa born ,'jn, 28.
' Grandparents. R.ihhi and Mrs.
Tibor Stern, of Beth Jac-.o Con.
greuation, are flying to a'-^-ihu
bria on Feb. 4.
I dllliin
MRS. JiffRtY GRilNt
md Ronnie Silvers,
Si Mrs Greene is a gra luate
ol Mi Sei lor High, attended
the University ol Florida and is
; student at the L'niversitj
mi Her husband i- a grad
i Sorth Miami High and
led the University ol Miami
l- [lowing a honeymoon trip t>
I'la (he euple will
it the University ol Miami
campus.
Beth Sholom Rites
For Philip Hubers
Miss Barbara Lee Ben-fag and
Philip lluber were irmrriei Sun-
day. Dec. 29. at Temp' i Beth
,-holom with Rabbi Leon I-Crom.-h
officiating.
Daughter of Mrs. Selma .-.errog,
the bride is a graduate c: Miami
Beach Senior High, and pres-
ently attending the Fone School
,,f Dental Hygiene at the Univer-
sity of Bridgeport
The groom is also a gra ..ate of
Miami Beach Senior High and at-
tended the University of Florida.
He is now associated wit*-, a Wall
Street firm and attending I Wall
Street Institute- ol Final
Charles W< 11 ri le's
uncle, gave her in marria ;e, and
maid of honor was Diana
her sister Law rt n< e 11 ler,
groom's brothei. .> ted bi tt
man.
After a tour .-.long t i;.,-t
coast, the young couple ..I live
in Bridgeport, Conn.
Paula Mirell's
Engagement Told
Mr ar.d Mrs. Michael Mirell.
SVi 17th Ter., announce the
-ment of their daughter.
Ann. to Mark Finkel. son
1 Mr and Mrs. Morris Finkel.
Collins Ave.
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RATIONAL Children's Cardiac
" Hospital held its third an-
nual Coronation Ball on Satur-
day niht at the Deauville ilotel.
Program chairman was Judge
Milton A. Friedman, and lor the
m;i-ion Mrs. Friedman wore a
'nil-length gown in the palest ot
pink peau de soie. Her bodice
,is jeweled to the Empire waist
line, and her full-length coat was
:i a deeper shade Of pink peau
de sine
Mr- Al Jacobson's white gown
Brown, Younger
Vows Said Here
At Balmoral
Sheila Louise Younger and Ar
'mi Irwin Brown exchanged nup
,.il vows on Saturday. .Ian. 25.
I the Balmoral Hotel. The bride
- the daughter of Mr. and Mr-.
Jack Younger. 5920 SW 16th St .
d the parents of the bridegroom
-lie Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown.
Forest Hills. N.Y.
The late evening ceremony, per-
.ornied by Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
\v followed by a reception at the
not el.
Attending the bridal couple were
Mis Marilyn Margulies and Paul-
i 'te Cohnstein, matron and maid
i honor, an.l Michael Margulies,
best man.
^ A Iniversity of Miami graduate,
Mrs. Brown served as president
t (Jamma Sigma Sigma Her
band is a graduate accountant
i New York Iniversity and be
long! to Beta Sigma Rho Fratern-
t\
On their return from a honey
on in Jamaica, the newlywedi
"ill live at 3031 SW 27th Ave.
was embroidered with gold and
silver lame an,1 sprinkled with
emerald green brilliants. Reds
and pinks blended in the floral
print chosen by Mrs. Leo Rob
lnson. Her bodice was asyme-
tncally draped, and her skirt
had controlled gored fullness
Mrs. Leslie Fairmont, who was
honored as Lady Cardiac, chose
a rcil bodice on a white full-
length skirt, an.l Mrs. Henry
Jacobson, who was crowned
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patra type of beading at the
ncil.iine and hemline.
Black silk chiffon was worn
by Mrs. Edward McSwiggan.
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one shoulder and floated to the
floor. Mrs. Joseph Krefctz was
seen on the dance floor in a
gov.i with an emerald green
bodice and while skirt. Gold
silk faille was Mrs. William Raf-
kind's choice for the evening.
Her floor-length gown had im-
pressed pleats in her skirt anct
an illusion bodice which was se-
ctioned. Mrs. Abram Baker's
lull-length chiffon was in petal
pink and completely hand-bead
ed with cavier beads. Satin-lin-
ed bugle beads banded her scoop
ed neckline, and a shocking pink
velvet stole completed her en
semble.
REATED in Hong Kong was
w the gown worn by Mrs. Ben
Essen. All in white, the Orient-
al -tyled gown was completely
hand-beaded, form the high man-
darine collar to the slit in one
side of the skirt. Mrs. Saliy
Prankcl's brocade was in Car-
men red and gold, and had an
almost strapless fitted bodice
and sheath skirt. Mrs. Jules
Arkin chose a white silk crepe
gown with a headed bodice.
White silk brocade \\;is worn by
Mrs Nat Wolf, with the bodice
in an overblouse effect and em-
broidered in iridescent sequins.
Canadians who winter in Flor-
ida are the Louis and Samuel
Reitmans. Mrs. Louis Reitman
selected a white Alaskan silk
gown with the "A" silhouette
skirt and an overblouse of black
lace with the Canadian maple
leaves in lace appliqued to the
bodice. Mrs. Samuel Reitmans
hand-beaded gown was a Balen-
ciaga Original. In white chif-
ton. it was beaded with silver-
lined bugle bea:ls and crystal
brilliants arranged in diamond
patterns. Mrs. Sclma Oritt wore
white peau de soie with a squar-
ed neckline and featuring a very
deep slit in the sheath which
showed gold brocade. Mrs.
Ralph Cobb's black knit gown
had a decollete V-neckline which
was detailed with a heavy band
of gold bugle beads. Gold cav-
Goldsteins Tell
Janet's Betrothal
To Melvin Gordon
A I.ill wedding is being planned
by Janet Elaine Goldstein and
Melvin C. Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Gordon. 510 SW
r>lst Ct.
Announcement of the betrothal
is made by the parents of the fu-
ture bride. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Goldstein, of Jacksonville.
Miss Goldstein was educated in
Jacksonville and attended the Uni-
versity of Florida. Her fiance will
graduate from the University of
Florida in April and then enter
the university's law school.
Coronation of the 1964 "King and Queen of the Land of Mend-
ing Hearts" was the highlight of the National Children's Car-
diac Hospital annual benefit ball Saturday a the Deauville
Hotel. While Dr. Doran Zinner places the crown on King
Richard I. Berenson, chairman of the hospital's Board of Gov-
ernors, Mrs. Lee Ra'ner arranges the bejeweled crown for the
new Queen, Mrs. Henry Jncobson, with Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, program chairman, lookina on. Some seven-hundred
S50 and S100 a plate party-goers were at the affair, with all
proceeds going to the fight against heart disease in children.
ier beads were sprinkled over
the figure molding gown. An
authentic sari was worn by Mrs.
Jack I'opick. In ombred gold
and green, it was draped in the
Oriental manner,
ulRS. Everett Blasberg was in
" an emerald green brocade
formal with hard beading over
the fitted bodice. Scoop-necked
and with three-quarter-length
sleeves, the skirt featured con-
trolled fullness in a modified bell
silhouette. Black silk was worn
by Mrs. Donald Eanetl. Her en-
semble featured a white satin
blouse with a jeweled rolled
iveckline. Black matalesse with
a beaded fringed hem was the
choice of Mrs. R. Edward Wood.
Mrs. Royal F. Jonas' gown was
two-piece with a draped neck-
line on the pink chiffon hip-length
overblouse and pink and gol.1
brocade in the floor-length
skirt. The pink was repeatei ii
the full-length satin coat which
lopped her -own.
Mint green peau de soie with
Silver cavier beads creating ;<
lloral spray pattern was worn by
Mrs. Manuel Riskin. white waf-
fle-embossed peau de soie was
selected bj Mrs. Jay Kotzen.
Her sleeves were of Norweg in
fox. Mrs. Edward Cowen's en-
semble consisted ot -old peau de
soie in a sheath skirt and coat
and a gold encrusted hip-length
bodice.
Mauve brocade was worn by
Mrs. Irving Miller. Her fitted
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and her skirt was bell sil-
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Friday. January M* 1964
Jewish Theological Seminary Will
Cite Emil Morton for Service Here
Emil Morton has been designat-
ed by the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America to receive that
institution's coveted National Com-
munity Service Award in Miami|
on Monday, Feb. 24, it was an-
nounced this week by Dr. Louis
Finkelstein, chancellor of the Sem-,
inary.
The award is a bronze plaque
which is conferred each year by
the Seminary upon a limited num-
ber of communal leaders whose;
"distinctive and continuing service
to the community at large perpe-
tuates the Jewish tradition of in-
volvement in, and concern for the
well-being of all men." Six others,
also have been designated for the
1964 Award.
Presentation of the plaque will
be made at the Seminary's fifth
annual convention dinner in the
DiLirfo Hotel. The dinner will
follow a special afternoon con-
vocation at Temple Emanu-EI,
where Gov. George Romney, of '
the State of Michigan, will re-
ceive the honorary degree of i
Doctor of Laws from the Semi-
nary. Gov. Romney will be the
principal speaker at the dinner.
jamin Abrams, of New York
City; Ollie A. Cohen, Brookline,
Mass.; Frank P. Goldblatt, Ham-
ilton, Ontario; Louis Lerner, Cin-
cinnati; Max Ratner, Cleveland;
i.nd Justin G. Turner, Los An-
geles.
Morton, who is vice president of
Temple Emanu-EI and co-chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal,
has long been an active supporter
of local and national causes. He
has contributed his efforts and
resources to hospital drives and
is a leading figure in the cam-
paigns of United Jewish Appeal,
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith, Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies and numerous
other Jewish and non-Jewish
agencies and educational institu-
tions.
Morton is president of the
building firm of Morton Broth-
ers. He came here from New
York to retire in Miami Beach
in 1957, after having been ac-
tive in his field for 37 years.
But he soon tired of leisure
time and purchased a large
piece of property on which he
erected Morton Towers.
Merkos Honors Isidore Kramer*
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore H. Kram
er, active supporters of Chabad
Lubavitch movement^jjvere hon-
ored Sunday at the annual ban
quct of the Meroks Llnyonei Chi
nuch. the movements educational
branch, at the Deauville Hotel.
The Kramers are celebrating their
50th wedding anniversary.
A letter from the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi M. M. Schneerson.
congratulating the honorees and
greeting those participating in
the event was read by guest speak-
er of the evening. Rabbi Soloman
Z. Hecht, of Chicago.
Group was also addressed by
Rabbi Dr. Leo Young, of New
York, and Sam Kramer, New
York attorney and brother of the
honoree, who spoke of im-
portant wrk done by Morttos or
"JCJnle/"l|ion*'> nat*or'**fc._JBit-.
local seen*, stressing rt- local
Camp Gon Israol of = Jrida,
which will open its doe's this
summer.
A musical program was present-
ed by the Greater Mianr Young
Israel Choir, led by Benjamin
Field.
Evening was chaired* :>7 Com.
Alex Gordon, and master of cere-
monies was Rabbi David Lehr-
field, of Knesseth Israel Congre-
gation.
During the evening plao,'..;; were
presented to the honorees and- to
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham DOM "for
dedication to Lubavitch."
Other recipients of the Commun- The jewish Theological Semi-
:tv Service Award will be Ben-
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Jewish Family and Children's Service
Planning Evening With Max Lerner
An evening with Max Lerner is
being featured by Jewish Family)
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The noted author, teacher and j
lecturer, whose column appears I
weekly in The Jewish Floridian,
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Miami Beach Kennel Club
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mg at 8:15 p.m., Saturday, with
an opening turnout in the neigh
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A hand-picked field of ci^ht of
Ihe nation's finest stake grey-
hounds will go to the post in the
T-6th Inaugural, providing an open-
ing preview of the calibre of com-
petition looming for the entire
season.
Among new facilities at Bill
Johnston's beachside racing strip
this season is ;i quiniela tote board
which will give minute-to-minute
calculation < > t ofds on each of the
28 different quiniela combinations.
With the 1964 Miami Beach tour-
ist season as ;i record-
breaker, Johnston anticipates a
h 23rd yet r as
head oi the "Track bj the Sea."
Current records arc 427,401 for at-
tendance, established in 1962. and
tendi nee, i ed in 1962
year a go
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contribution to the community.
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Dr. Lerner is professor of Amer-
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Friday, January 31. 1964
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Page 9-B
Hall and Wynne in Mayor's Runoff;
Gordon, Boyd, Patfen Clear Victories
Judge Berkman Speaks
Metro race for Mayor of Dade
County and scats on the Commis
I sion narrowed TurtrTav.-*''*" "" '
District S Gave
Gordon, incumbent.
tory with 68,352 tallies to Morris
Burks 40.700. Last was Meyer-
son, 14.567.
In the mayor's category, it will
l>e a runoff Feb. 11 between
22? Ha,ll;1,wl,1 rcac,eivod M?l Di*rict 6 Overwhelmingly
Notes, and Winston Wynne, 31.182. elected Arthur Fatten, incumbent.
Also-rans were Brake, 22,245; i with 61.718. Also-rans were Wal-
MacKenzie, 10,894; Kimball, 5.447; lace, 30.655; Milhel. 12.193; Mc-
Cohcn, 4,842; and Rcichling. 2.262.' Veigh, 9,686; Porter. 4.768; and
The turnout of 142,433, estimated Batts, 3.574.
at about 33 percent of the elec-,
torate here, voted heavily to de-
Judge Jason M. Berkman. of the
5th District Court, was guest
speaker Wednesday noon at Miami
Beach Zionist District weekly
Commissioner Luncheon Club meeting. Held afl
a decisive vie- Waldman's Hotel, program in-
cluded a talk on current events
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Judge
Berkman's subject was "The Jus-
tice of the Peace Corps.'"
feat the Urban Renewal Amend-
ment. In Commission races, they
also:
District 7Sent into a runoff
Hughlan Long, 37,080; and Ed
Starnes. 34,33. Others were Wil-
son, 24.170; LaPointe. 9,562; Banks,
7,776; and Hoodwin. 6,942.
District 8Gave Hardy
Gavel changes hands at the Senior Citizens Club of the North
County YMHA during the recent installation of officers con-
ducted, by Eiraim H. Gale (center), executive director of the
Greater Miami T." Benjamin Salk (left), immediate past pres-
ident, turns over his office to the incoming president Isidore
Hirsch (right).
lo. County Club Installs Officers
District 1Sent Tom Sasso, 49.-
248. into a runoff against Harold
A. Greene, 43,728. Also-rans were son- 41.509 to 39,459 for
Daniels, 14,624; Fisher, 8,410; Bou- Weiss, both of whom will be in
drot, 6,788; and Pitcock 3 802 i,ne FeD n runoff. Others were
District 2-Opted for' a runoff: Po*ton- 37'290; Goldsmith. 4,434;
Isidore Hirscn baa been install-
I I as president ot the Senior Citi
Izens Friendship Cub of the North
I County YMHA
Also installed v ere Ben Salk.
| honorary presiie-.t; Mrs. Sara
Maii-on. first vice president; Mrs.
Stella Klein, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Sadye Kimmel, record-
in.: secretary; Mrs. Jeannettv
Levin, corresponding secretary;
Mrs Ceha Reich, social secretary;
William Debin. treasurer; Ben
Salk, chaplain; tad William Kim
in.-: sergeant-at-arms.
l'.-i.iil;-tior. v. a- performed by
Kfraim H. Gale, executive direc
lor of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, of which the North Coun-
ty "Y" is one of four branches.
Executive Board of Directors ]
re Mrs. Sara Madison, chairman,
Mrs. Ida Alpert. Ben Cinis. Wil-
liam Debin, Joseph Freidman.
Mis. Mary Freidman, Joe Gold-1
berg. Isidore Hirsch. William Kim-,
mel. Mrs. Sadye Kimmel, Mrs.
Stella Klein, Julius Lakowitz. Mrs.
Jeannette Levin. Ben Salk, Mrs.
Blanche Samuels, Harry Scgool,'
Harry Stone and Mrs. Celia Reich.'
between Lew Whitworth. 52.570.
and Milton Thompson. 44,789. Last!
was Landers, 17.104.
District 3Gave a clear victory
to Joe Boyd. 88.763. against Ed
Ridolph's 22,704.
District 4Narrowed the field to
a runoff between David Kennedy,
58.268; and Tom O'Malley, 50.794.
Coming in third was Bryson, 13.-
400.
and Hileman, 3,568.
Altar Dedication
Slated Friday
Renovated altar in the main
santcuary oi the Israelite Center
will be dedicated during Friday
night services conducted by Dr.
S. T. Swirsky.
Committee in charge of the un-
Mathc-j dertaking included Chester Leiter.
Walter i chairman. Charles Fidclman and
Max Garshag.
Former President Hyman Kirs-
ner and Mrs. Kirsner sponsored
the project.
Abt GSfTtR S NEW KOSHfR
Hioc-A-Wmv
B) ma m mm
I tf. MIAMI IftlNOS
Two members of the previous
administration were honored "for
their devoted services to the clubi
in the past." Ben Salk. outgoing
president, and Mrs. Sadye Kim-
mel were the two recipients oi
mementoes "for their services
and their continued efforts on be-
half of the Senior Citizens Friend-
ship Club."
ROMWELL hotvel
ON THF OCFAN AT 20h ST.. MIAMI BEACH
Famous Cantor Jacob Kolnfaberg will officiate. assisted by Director Ban
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fJewist Fk>ricfiain
Friday, January 31, 1964
National Council of Jewish Women
To Hold Jewish Cultural Meetings
"Council Divisions will be cele-j
hrating Jewish Culture Month at
Wednesday meetings," says Mrs I
Raymond R. Rubin, president of!
the Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women. |
"Our Jewish heritage and cul-j
tiiie are a valuable part of the:
American democratic way of life, I
vith music the happy thread that
runs in and out of the structure
of that life."
i.
Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles'
Fisher, president, will hold a Con-;
temporary Jewish Affairs meet-:
ing at 11 a.m. before the regular
meeting at noon. Mrs. Annette
Ranson will speak on "What Does
llu Word 'Religion' Mean When!
Applied to the Jew?" Both meet-
ings will take place at Washing-
ton Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Guest speaker will be the Rev.
Floyd W. Cooper, pastor of the
Rader Memorial Methodist
Church, who will speak on "Inter-
iaith and Good Will between Re-
ligions." Coffee and danish will
be served.
Coral Division, Mrs. Irving L.
Wexler, president, will meet at
HlUal House. 1100 Miller Dr., at
12:30 p.m.. for coffee. Rabbi Sam-
uel April and Cantor Gershon
Levin, of Temple Or Olom, will
present a program of Jewish and
Hebraic music. Accompanist will
be Mrs. Alvin Liebcrman and voc-
al by Mrs. Jack Primack.
N. Rosenkranz
Paul Mi/ler llovd Siegendorf Freddy Susi
ij^cf^ Norman Rosenkranz
Norman Lee. son of Mr. and'
Mrs. Gregory Zvi Rosenkranz. will
lecome Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Feb. 1, at Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Norman N.
Mi 'piro will officiate.
Norman studied in Israel, hav-
ina. spent one year living in a kib-
butz and attending schcool there.
He speaks Hebrew fluently.
At present, he is in the eighth
grade at Shenandoah Junior High.
He plays trumpet in the school
hand, and his hbby is building
and flying model planes.
Following services. Mr. and
Mk. Rosenkranz will honor the
celebrant with a Kiddush and
luncheon in Spector Hall.
Robert Williams
Mincha services at Israelite
Center will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Robert Jay Williams on
Saturday, Feb. 1. Rabbi S. T.
S\" irsky will officiate at the 5 p.m.
ceremony.
Robert is a student at the Cen-
ter's Religious School and also
attends Ponce de Leon Junior
High.
Mrs. Lenore K. Williams will
honor her son at the Shalos Seudos
iollowing services. Guests will in-
clude Mrs. Sarah Karpe and Mra
Clara Williams, grandparents; and
Mrs. Anna Karpen, great-grand
mother, of New York.

Carl Ginsberg
Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eman
wel Ginsberg, 7735 Carlyle Ave.,
will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
IWenorah on Saturday morning.
Fob. 1. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witl will officiate.
The celebrant is a student ol
the Religious School and also at-
tends Nautilus Junior High.
A dinner reception in Carl's
honor will be held at the Algiers
Hotel on Sunday evening.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
1-1 ink Penso.
* *
Randy Wool
Randy, son of Mr. and Mr~.
Carl Wool, will become Bar Mitz
van at Beth Moshe Congregation
on Saturday, Peb 1. Rabbi Simon
April anil Cantor Hyinan Fein will
[ate
A Student of Beth Moshe lie
1 rew School. Randy attends North
Miami Junior High, where h.'
playi -. Kophone in the school
band
Evening Division, Mrs. Ernest
Andich, president, will meet at
8:15 p.m. at Tastee Inn Restaurant.
7500 SW 8th St. Mrs. Hilary Mind
lin. book editor of The Jewish
Florjdiig, will speak on "The Jew-
ish Myth."
* :i *
Indian Creek Division, Mrs.
Michael Mersel, president, will
meet at the Venetian Isle Motel
on the Venetian Causeway at 12:30
p.m. Guest speaker will be Rev.
Kdward T. Graham, of the Miami
Mt. Zion Baptist Church.
* *
Islands Division, Mrs. David
Brezin, president, will meet at
the home of Mrs. Stanley Arkin.
233 S. Hibiscus Dr., Hibiscus Is-
land, at 1 p.m. Program will be
a "Hebrew Hootenunny."
Cohen, president, will meet at
12:30 p.m., at the Sea Gull Hotel.!
Joseph Malek will present a pro-;
gram of Jewish songs and speak
on "Brotherhood." Danish and
coffee will be served.
*
Shores Division, Mrs. Burton
Goldberg, president, will meet at
Westview Country Club, NW 119th
St. "A College of Contemporary
Jewish Arts" will be presented
with the following guests:
Mrs. Thelma Altshuler, Humani
ties Department. Miami Dade Jun
ior College; Josh Kligerman
Hollywood Beach Gallery; the
Brooks Sisters. Shirley and Rickie;
and narrator. Mrs. Melvin Gordon.
Luncheon is at noon.
thur Gilbert, president, will meet
at Temple Beth Am, 5950 No. Ken-
dall Dr., at 9:30 a.m. Octogenar-
ians from the Malcolm Ross Day
Center, playing home-made instru-
ments, will present a program of
American and Jewish songs.
TUTORING IN
YIDDISH A HEBREW
Reading and Writing
PREPARE FOR IAR MITZVAH
Private Classes If Desired
Reasonable Rates HI 3-6478
Lincoln Division, Mrs. Elias Sooth Dade Division, Mis Ar
Mendel Fisher to be Speaker Here;
Will Inaugurate JNF Golden Book
The celebrant will be honored
;it the Oneg Shabbat on Friday
evening and at the Kiddush fol
lowing the ceremony on Saturday.
Louis Marder
Louis Marder, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Marder. 7720 Tatum
Waterway Dr., will be Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Ner Tamid on Sat-
urday morning, Feb. 1. Rabbi Eu-
gene Labovitz will officiate.
The celebrant is a student at
Temple Ner Tamid Religious
School and Nautilus Junior High.
A reception will follow the ser
vice.
Freddy Susi
Bar Mitzvah of Freddy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Susi, will be
celebrated Saturday morning,
Feb. 1, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr.
Irving Lehrman will officiate.
Freddy is in the seventh grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High and
is interested in painting and
swimming.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Susi and
Mrs. Tauba Buchbinder, grand-
parents, will attend the Bar Mitz
van.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening
at the Famous Restaurant.
* t *
Lloyd Siegendorf
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, will
officiate at the Bar Mitzvah of
Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nath-
an James Siegendorf, on Satur-
day morning. Feb. 1, at the Tem-
ple.
In the eighth grade at Nautilus
Junior High., where he is a mem-
ber of the science club and the
concert band. Lloyd is interested
in fishing, swimming, football and
meteorology.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Sunday at the De-
lano Hotel.
e e
Paul Miller
On Saturday morning. Feb. 1.
Rabbi Mordecai Podet will offi
< late at the Bar Mitzvah of Paul
Bennett Miller at Temple Judea.
An eighth grade student at
I'once Junior High, where he is
majoring in industrial ails, the
celebrant plans to continue \\\> re
ligious education. His outside in
ieresU are tishing and boati
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Miller.
4600 Granada Blvd.. will honor
their son at the Kiddush following
the ceremony,
Mendel Fisher, for 28 years
executive director of the Jewish
National Fund of America, will be
guest speaker at Saturday morn-
ing services of Temple Emanu-El
this weekend. Dr. Irving Lehr-
man will officiate.
Fisher will also T>e principal
speaker Saturday evening at a Tu
B'Shevat celebration for the Jew-
ish teachers of Greater Miami
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education at Temple Ner Tarn
id. Guest artist will be Israeli
singer Tova Ronnie Dr. Nath-
aniel Soroff will be heard in a
message.
Highlight of Fisher's stay in
the city will be his appearance
before a Jewish National Fund
Council meeting Sunday night
in the Everglades Room of t.ie
Fontainebleau Hotel.
At the meeting. Fisher will of-
ficially dedicate the Me Ami Gold-
en Book on behalf of JNF. Serving
on the committe lor the Sunday
function are: Leon J. Ell, Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. Benjamin Ap-
pel. Johan Berman, Mrs. Nathan
Bookspan. William Bornstein.
Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Ilyman Eis-
enbaum. Harry Feldman. Ezra
Finegold. Jacob Fishman. Abra-
ham Fraidlin. Lillian Goodman.
Mayshie Friedberg, Abraham
Grossman.
Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht.
Peter F. Heller. Sam Kagan. Ber-
nard Kit/ Zev W. Koyan. Mrs.
Abraham Mason, Gershon Miller.
Reubin Miller. Morris Uinov, Mrs
Miriam Press, Isidor Riikin, Har-
rj Rosen, Julius Rosenstein, Sam
Schachno, Irving Schatzman, Al
Sherman, Meyer Siegel, Ben Sil-
11 r, Joshua Z. Stadlan, Mrs.
Joshua Z Stadlan,
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MORTON ROBINS
Beth David Has
New Exec Director
New executive director at Beth
' David Congregation is Morton
Robins, formerly of Temple Me-
< norah in Miami Beach.
Before coming here, Robins con-'.
I ducted his own business in Pitts-
: burgh, Pa., where he specialized
I in public relations and promotion-
al activities for non-profit and
i charitable institutions and organi-
j zations.
He holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in education from Slip-
pery Rock State College in
Pennsylvania, and also studied
at the University of Pittsburgh
and Harvard University.
During World War II, he was an
officer in the United States Navy
and served over-ens al Pearl Har-
'"' on the personal stafl ol \d
miral Chester W. Nimitz, com
mander-in-chiel ol the Pacific
Fleet.
Robins, his wife, Reva, nov do
ing graduate studj al the Univer-
sit) of Miami, and children Louis
13, and Janel 9, live in the South
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Epicure Market
Features Finest
In Food Items
Two brothers. Edward and
Leonard Thai, launched a venture
13 years ago. They bought the
Epicure Market To lay, the store
al 1656 Alton ltd is enlarged to
twice it- original size
Epicure Market features exclu-
sive gourmel foods and an unusual
hostess Pantry, which offers to us
customers home cooked, fresh and
frozen foods.
Ed Thai i- convinced that the
future of quality independent food
stores lies in providing services
and the kind of food products that
are hard to linil elsewhere. "Our
Hostess Pantry is just one way of
proving the point," he says. Ed
Thai has been in the food busi-
ness all his life. He started out
in his fathers enterprise in Phila-
delphia, which supplied prime
meats and produce to restaurants.
Beef stews was the first item
offered in the new Hostess Pan-
try. Prepared in the back of
the store, the stew was ladled
out of a big pot on order. "Soon
we began processing it in glass
jars," the Thais explain.
Shortly after that, other items
were added: lamb stew, chicken
giblets with rice, varieties or
soup, appetizers, salads, spreads
and dressings.
The Epicure Market has since
enlarged even further to open a
second store at 9417 Harding Ave..
Surfside. Featured today is the
"Party on a Platter." a special
Epicure assortment of meats, n.,h,
poultry, salads and canapes.ST.
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Friday. January 31. 1964
fJeHlstincrtdtton
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Abramowitz Named National
Chaplain of Jewish War Veterans
Jcwi-h War Veterans of the
.S.A. has announced the appoint
lent <: Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
,itz. spiritual leader of Temple
[li'iinr. n. as its national chaplain.
The JWV, with a membership
\ ovir 170,000 Jews who have
[]vc(. :n the military branches of
he Icited States, maintains ex-
rnsivc contact with the Veterans
Imin-'tration in order to secure
le benefits of former Jew ish ser-
L-emt::.
IrtaMi Abramowitz served as
d.h chaplain with the United
ates Army from May, 1W5
tttlll April, 1948. During those
in, he saw extensive service
prs(.- in Iceland, Germany and
tri. He served with the Third
rision, where he received com-,
kndation "for his exceptional ser-
ies to the religious needs of the-
plitarv personnel of all faiths."
In trst crucial yean of 194*
"M7, with the tremendous
flux of the Jewish refugees
11 c Berlin, then Chaplain
bramowlti was assigned as
lilitary liaison to the displaced
ersoni on Gen. Lucius D. Clay's
iff.
Jpea his release from the
ny. ind because of his exten
txperience in refugee prob
his. Rabbi Abramowitz served
[ dirt ctor nt the JDC in Italy af-;
his separation from military
hii< In 1948.
Rabbi Abramowitz served U
<: the founding members of,
the JWV Post 677 when it met in
the North Shore Jewish Center.
In his letter of appointment as
national chaplain. National Com-
mander Daniel Neal Heller wrote
1c Rabbi Abramowitz: "Your se-
lection to this important position
was made carefully and deliber-
atively based upon your ability,
your service to JWV, and the
esteem in which you are held by
JWV leaders in your area. It is
your mandate to continue to as-
sert positive, dynamic, aggressive
leadership for our organization
and a chance to make a favorable
impact upon, and patriotic contri-
bution to the total American com-
munity."
KMBI MAYf* AUAMOWITZ
Shores Apt's. Has
Deluxe Features;
At Country Club
The Janis Corporation is intro-1
ckicing the Shores Condominium
Aparts at Biscayne Bay and 105th;
St., Miami Shores.
The Shores features deluxe one
and two-bedroom apartments from '
$17,500. Residents are eligible for
membership in the famed Miami
Shores Country Club, which of-!
lers golf, tennis and swimming.
Condominium apartments pro-
vide a method of ownership in
which the individual purchaser
owns his apartment in a mul-
tiple story building.
The Shores has 95 units and oi-
lers residents a variety of spac-
ious floor plans. The outdoor rec-
reation area features swimming
pool, shuffleboard courts, card
rooms, and picturesque walkways.
The Janis Corporation, a leading
name in Florida building and real
estate for more than a decade,
and led by Ernest Janis. has con-
structed more than S75 million in
homes, apartments, office build-
ings and commercial structures.
Psychologist is Speaker
Dr. Richard Greenbaum, child
psychologist, was to be guest
speaker at the North County YM
and YWIIA Early Childhood De-
velopment parent's meeting on
Thursday evening at the "Y,"
14036 NE 6th Ave. Presentation
was to deal with "Mutuality of the
Early Childhood Development Pro
yram and the Home." Mrs. Bev-
erly Yelen is supervisor.
MOIt 1. I. TfHDMCH
lie Tendrich
be Honored
bfrCU8 Lodge 275, F. and A. M
ping its annual Past Mas
[: lhi on Sunday. 6:30 p.m.,
Deauville Hotel.
kvent will honor immediate
Master Moic J. L. Tendrich
i>\' ing cocktails and dinner
|t uided entertainment, head
fcv Jimmv Durante. will b<
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Rabbi Plaut, 44
Dead in Gotham
By Special Report
Rabbi Walter II Plaut. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanuel. Great
Neck, N.Y., died n Jan 2. He
was 44.
Rabbi Plaut was born In Berlin.
He was a graduate of Franklin
Marshall University and ordained
a I Hebrew Union College in Cm
cinnati in 1947.
He was a participant of the
first "Freedom Rider" bus.
Rabbi Plant did his graduate
work at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. He had served as
spiritual leader in Fargo. SIX,
and Cedar Rapids. Io.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Hadassah Yanich; sons.
Yehudi, Carmi and Joshua: broth
er, Rabbi Gunther Plaut; and
mother. Mrs Selma Plaut.
Miami relatives are his mother
in-law and brother-in-law, Mrs.
Annie Yanich and Joseph Yanich.
Mr Yanich is' executive direc-
: tor of the South Florida Chapter.
American Friends of the Hebrew
University
Talmud Lessons
On the Radio
A series of Talmud broadcasts
j in English will be inaugurated
I Sunday. 1:30 p.m.. over radio sta-
i tion WEDR-FM.
Broadcasts will be conducted by
Rabbi Pinches hf. Teitz, of Eliza-
beth. N.J.. who will be heard for
I nine consecutive weeks.
First broadcast will feature
educational and community lead-
ers of the Greater Miami area.
Teitz is a member of the presi-
dium of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis. He is founder of the Tal-
mudic Seminar of the Air. which
he has conducted for the past 13
years.
Recently, he founded the nation-
al Bas-Knh Talmudic Assn.. which
issues long playing records of
Talmud lectures in Yiddish and
English.
Young Democrats
Hear Weissenborn
Newly formed Greater Miami
Beach Young Democratic Club
was to hold its first open meet-
ing on Thursday. 8 p.m.. at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. No.
Miami Beach.
Rep. Lee Weissenborn was to
be featured speaker. Martin
Knobel is president of the club,
which encompasses the Miami
Beach and North Dade areas.
Violinist Will
Play Brahms
Concerto Here
University ot Miami Symphony
Orchestra, Fabien Sevitzky con-
ducting, will present the fifth in
its current series of nine pair of
subscription concerts Sunday night
at Miami Beach Auditorium and
Monday evening at Dade County
Auditorium. Guest soloist will be
the talented 25-year-old German
violinist Edith Peinemann.
For the second time this season,
the Monday evening concert at
Dade County Auditorium will be
broadcast "live" over WVCG-FM
Radio (105.1 mc). with David
Ewen, noted author and music
historian, serving as commentator.
The concert will open with
Miami composer-conductor Paul [
Csonka Concerto No. 3 for
Orchestra, a work which will
receive its world premiere per- |
formance under the paten of
Or. Sevitzky. Miss 4einemann
will then perform the Brahms
Violin Concerto in D Major. The
concluding selection on the pro-
gram is Dvorak's Symphony in
E minor. No. 5 ("From the New
World").
Miss Peinemann made her
American debut last season. She
appeared as soloist with the Cin
cinnati Symphony, the Pittsburgh
symphony and the Kansas City
Symphony Orchestras. Her Amer
ican tour this season includes per-
formances with the Minneapolis
Symphony, the Houston Symphony
under Sir John Barbirolli, the Dal
las Symphony under Pierre Men-
teaux. and the Baltimore Sym-
phony Orchestras.
LEGAL NOTICE
Chug Ivri Lecture
Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking
group of North Miami Beach, will
hear Dr. Joseph Zuckerbram speak,
(n "The History. Meaning and mi
fluence of, the Kadd|sh" at a
r.
meeting Wednesday. 2:30 p.m.. in
Temple Ner Tamid.
Rabbi's Father
To Officiate Here
Rabbi Dr. Louis J. Lehrlield,
father of Rabbi David Lchrfield,
of Congregation Kncseth Israel,
1415 Euclid Ave.. will officiate at
Saturday services this weekend.
His sermon will be "The Signifi-
cance of the Ten Commandments
in Modern Times."
On Feb. 7, Dr. Lehrfield will
conduct the Friday evening Oneg
Shabbat and discuss the Pope's
visit to Israel. He will also con-
duct classes in Bible and history
during his vacation here in Miami
Beach.
Former president of the Chicago
Rabbinical Council, and of the
Rabbinical Council of America,
Rabbi Lehrfield occupies a prom-
inent pulpit in Chicago.
He is in Miami Beach with
Mrs. Lehrfield.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that
the undersigned, desiring to engogi m
business under the fictitious name
\RS-8HELL at I SOS "Hth >*. lause-
..v, North Bas Village. FJa.. Intend*
to register paid name with in
of th.- Circuit Court "i Uadc i
Florida, ___
JOHN a DeVlVO
Sole Owner
ANGELO A. AL-l
Attorney for rwner
urn Alnale) Bldg., Miami, Kin
Clerk
\.UMl> ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME lAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, destlina til engage in
business under tin- fictitious name <
1'NITKH SINI'KY Slii'l.Y at M<1
Southwest 13th Terrace, Miami. Ha
3:1144, Intends i" register said name
uli Hi. i'Ii ik uf tl' Circuit l
a' bade County, Florida
ALBERT ALLEN GADOL
l 17-24- I1-! .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ill.- undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business under th.- fictions name
i,i Uic-1 mi Company at l.'.'! Ponce
,|. Leon lllvd Coral Rabies M, In-
tend 1" register said nun.- with tno
Clerk .-1 Hi- Circuit Court ol Bade
i 'ounts. Floi ni.i
CAROL V RIOOH
\ Wi'Y I. RICJtiS _
1 .1. 31, 2'7, II
J, beautiful tnd
mtlv car ad for
Minding* for our
ted loved ones f
ireoof Ms
son
ivi \u

MO 1-7693
GOLD. Mi- Esther. 75. of 112 I Col-
Ifns Ave. Kervlces In New > '
ABERBACH. Hyman X 18, ot 1141
Hj run Ave. Riverside, .....
STEINER. Ruth, H, "f Wl NE 1,Mh
81 ili.-.l .Km. IS. Riverside.
TUROFF. lira Hetty. "'. -' I0S Ku-
,11.1 Ave., died Jan. 26. Riverside.
COBLER. Mr-. Fannie, IT. of K* S\\
I'.'th Ave. Gordon.
Davis. Harry, -M. ol MM Ocean Dr.
Overside.
GOLDBERGER. Aklba Benjamin, .>.
i.f si I l. 11...X Ave N, win.in.
LEIKIND. Bon, '-. of .".26 I'll" si.
Riverside.
MARKOVICH. Mrs. Helen. RS, ol KM
\\ ushlnxton Ave. New man.
RISK. Mortis. SI, .-f 300 Meridian Ave.
died Jun. 22. lordon
GREENBAUM. Mrs. Esther, 71. pi
l i'Ii. HW 15th Ct. Merxlces i" Wash-
ington, I'.'' iorilon.
KAPLAN. Mrs I-...! .-ii. M>, ol MM
Collins A\.. Services In Boston
New mnn
beiler. I>lane Lynn. 2 weeks old,
daughti i ..I Mi and Mrs Itlchnnl
l:.-il. r 12 "2 S Alhnmhni i'ii iln-'l
Jan. 19 Gordon
ROscN, Isiu M. ol ''-'7 N Haj
Rd. New man.
Chad Mitchell Trio, top-rated
Mercury recording artists,
will be at Dade County Aud-
itorium on Sunday. Feb. 16,
7:30 p.m. They have appear-
ed on such programs as the
Bell Telephone Hour, Ed Sul-
livan Show. Today. Tonigh',
Dinah Shore and Hootenan-
ny. Concert is sponsored by
Jay Fine and Flick Enter-
prises and tickets are avail-
able at Jordan Marsh Stores.
notice under
fictit.ous name law
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring to i m
business under the fictitious name ''
Mi MM I'AT ORIGINALS at l30 N I'-
! 7vtii Riwd, Miami. I- la.. Intends to
rrglstei said name with the Clerk ot
,l Circuit Court of Bade County.
l-'l..i ni.i
I'ATRICIA BAKER
Sol.- i tw ner
II. utel. Albeit, Weiss .\- Ljons
Attorneys for Api'licanl
,462 V, Hagle. S,-.-t | .,...,,.,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 61952-A
IN RE: Estate "i
JBANNKTTEA BELLAMY
'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors ond All Persons Hav-
ing Claims in Demands Against Soldi
Estnti I
Yi.ii ure hereby notified and re-
quired i'ii hi any claims and d< -
mands which you ma> hav. against |
tin- .-.-I He >! .1EANNETTE A BELL-
\ my de i .>! late of l de I "ounts
Plorlda, to the Count> Judges of Bade
County, and file the sum* in their of-
fices in the Count} Courthouse In
i >.,,i,. Count}., Florida, within six cal-
endar months from the date of the
first publication hereof, i r the same
will '" barred
I.KATHA IV WILLIAMS
Exi t-utrlx
CAIBIN \ RtrTHENBERti
Attorneys for Executrix
:!". Biscavne Building
Miami, Ploritla
i -m. : 7-n-Jl
IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT
OADE COUNTY. FLORiDA
No. 55572-A (Blanton)
1(10: ESTATE Ot
iiali il.li S. NEWTON,
I I,. .-.,s..I.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed inv final report and petition for .
Finn I Discharge as ENECCTOR of tin-
estate of HAROLD K. NEWTON, I. -
i.a.-.ii. and that on the '-'"I day "f
MARCH 1984, win appl,> to the Hon-
orable W. K iiLANi'nN County
Judge "i Dade County, Florida, i"i
nvnl nf said final report and foi
final discharge ns BNECCTOR "f Ihe
. ol HAROLD s NEWTON, d<
ceased
This S"i h 'lav of Januarj. IM4,
SIDNEY NAIMHTAT
EXECC IMH of thi l->tate of
H kl-oi ,i H '''W ii IN I'.. .
MA HOI I' SHAPIRtl
Attol ne> l.\i cutor
1 II, 2 "-14-21
7-1 l-;i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 48577-C
IN RE Estate of
DAVID HIRSH
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is herebj given thai l have
r.i.,l I in 11 Report and Petition for
Distribution and Final "i Im ge aa
Bxecutrlx of the estate of DAVID
HIRSH deceased; and that on the
10th da> "I March, 1964, gill appl> tu
tl.-- Honorable Count} Judges ol Hade
County, Florida, for api roval sal '
Final ReiH.rt an.I for distribution and
final dlsi harge an Executrix i
estate "f the nlxive-named .........it.
This 24th da) of January, 1984.
.. SYLVIA HIRSH
i:\. i utrix
Ki iVNER & MANNHBIMER
Bj W altei C. Ko nei. Atturnej
.inn I luponl Pluxti i "enter
Miami. Florida
I SI, 2 7-1 1-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 64C 970
BOCLETARD NATIONAL BANK "1"
.MIAMI, a i-|i..i-.iiii.ii existing
the laws .'t the I'nlted States nl
America, a National Banking
corporal Ion,
Plaintiff.
ROY >;i!'WIN and
RACHEL GODWIN, his wit. el nl.
I i. f.nilant-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO' ROY GOOWIN and RACHhli
(SODWIN, his wife residence un-
known, if living; unknown |K>uses,
it remarried, and it dead, then un-
known spouses, n remarried: all
unknown heirs, de' Isees, g inte. -.
assignees, llenors, creditors, trus-
,. ... or othetIsi claiming by,
through, nn.I..... iigulnsl thfsaid
ri iY !' il WIN .....I R x' Hhli
.:> i >\\ I x. 1. wit. and ug
nil other persons h i\ Ing 01 i
inc t- hnve an> rbjht, title, "i In-
,. rrtii in ,,i to the proper!} Iieteln
described
Yi H' ANI K Mil "l YI>1 are hi re-
bv notified that a Compla nl to I -
close a certain moi tgage on the fol-
lowing described property. to-wRj
L,.| ii in likwk 1^. of LEE MAMil.
I'm K Til ABUITION, ui i.nllng lo
the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book S3, at Page 7t>, of the Publlo
Records oi i "ade I "ount}. I- ii rld.t'
also known us:
l.t .;. Block IV LEE M Won EH-
TATEM, according to the Plat there-
of, as recorded In lint Book 8X, at
Pan 7';. ..f Ihe Public Records of
Dade County, Ktoridn
has h.-.-n duly tiled against you ana
you are required t.. serve ii cop} "i
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on liaintlfl's atli :my, M.M.-
COL.M II. FRJ.EBMAN. -!" Security
Trust Building, Miami :'.'.. Florida, and
file the original Anawct..... Pleading
in th.- Office of the li.rl. of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 2nd day
of March, 1984. If you fail lo do so,
judgment '> di fault srtll I" taki n
nralnsl you for the relief demanded
In th,- i"omp
This "! -.nil i"- published on e
eni h w. ek fi four i...... cutlte
weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l I HtlBI \ M.
BONE VND OR1 ii:RED i I Miami.
l-iin idn, I his Kth ilaj Janui
\.ii "...i
i: B LEATHER.M VN. iel k.
I 'II ||| lUI I. ltllde Co
iseal) ly: C. 'iii'lLAMi
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I MIAM! lEAcu
GENUINE SPRING
BABY RIB LAMB CHOPS 89c
SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS 69c
LAMB NECKS. SHANKS 19c
LAMB BREASTS ^
'THE FINEST FRESH KILLED KOSHER CHICKEN'
SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE TO SATISFY
ROASTERS
BROILERS
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POT ROAST
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69
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39
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59
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J>nnm U4 Friday. January 31. 1964 Page 2-A Among those attending Initial Gifts Committee Hotel on Sunday evening are (left, toriahO meeting a! the Standard Club to plan the 1964 Stanley C. Myers. William Wemtraub Na'.han Combined Jewish Appeal campaign opening Gumenick. John Serbin. Carl Weinkle and gala and dinner dance at the Fontainebleau William Agranove. %  H CJA Initial Gifts Dinner Featuring NBC Correspondent Slated Here Feb. 9 OTHER CAMPAIGN NIWS PAGE II-A Sit A$0 'WOMEN'S WOULD. SEC. B One of the most exciting InitialGifts functions ever held by the Combined Jewish Appeal will be the campaign opening gala and | oinncr dance at the Fontainebleau | Hotel on Sunday evening. Feb. 9, t= p.m.. it was announced by Dr. Irving Lehrman. campaign chair man. Sander Vanocur, NBC News White House correspondent, a program featuring a cocktail reception at whichc Israeli art presented by El Al Airlines and Miss Yurika Mann, director of the Jerusalem Art Center, will be presented. Member* ..r the Dinner Committee for ih.Initial cut.campaign openlnK I include: Leonard Ai>s, Mr-. Jack In addition to guest speaker I xwin.Rabbi Mayer Abramr.wlu.WllJohnson and Home May Discuss Jordan Project Continued from Page I-A which should be encouraged and not hampered by anyone. Israeli quarters in Jerusalem welcomed this week the statement by United States Deputy Under Secretary of State Alexis Johnson v ho told a conference of the proArab Citizens Committee on American Policy in the Middle East that the United States would not • stand idly by" if aggression were committed against any Middle Eastern nation. The statement was believed to be particularly significant in view of the recent Arab threats against Israel's water irrigation project. It is also the first U.S. policy statement on the Middle East since President Johnson assumed office. One point in the speech which stressed U.S. impartiality in the Arab-Israel dispute, aroused some puzzlement here. That was the assertion by Mr. Johnson that the United States might soon be forced to take steps to the liking of neither Israel nor the Arabs. It is assumed I hat Israel would seek clarification of this point. Ham Aeronove, Sidney An.-in. It • Wllllama Apte. Jowph I.. Arfcln. Hde*> ArotiovlU, Jneon M. Aryey. M' %  >••' Uankln Jerry Blank and Sam Blank. Al-.. Ben Blum. William Bonurteiii. i. nis Braider, Bhepard Broad, JacK earner. Mrs. Abe I., Caeaett. !.<•>• A. I'haUcIn, Joaeph Cohen, Morrw I> % %  ••''ter, i.eo Eiaenateln, Leon Bll and Paw I'.i.-k._ Also A. C. Pine, Martin Pine, David B. Pleeman, Samuel N'Frledhnd, Judge Milton A. Friedman, Joaepn Cartleld, It. n Ciller, Mrs. .\. U Ollekman, Loula E. Ooldman, Sam nowman. Burton II. Goldstein and Sun A. cloldatein. Also .luck r>. Gordon, Emll uouin, Nathan Gumenick, Marshall B, Harrid, Bam .1. Il-im.in. Daniel Seal **• %  !ler, I>r Norman Jarre, RrneH Janl, Howard Kane, Leon Kaplan, l-ou Kenin and Jay |, Kialak. Also Ben Kline. Aaron Kravlta, Mix. Inez Krenaky, Rabbi I n Kron isli, Morrlx Lupidus, blilne) l^ifcourt, Sam C. I..v.n-.u, J. Herald l-ewb Joaepn M. Upton, Sam l.ui>> Jr. and N'athnn Uanllow, Also llenjnmin Mey.-r.-. Irving Mill. r, A .1. Molaxky, Kmll Morton. Stun|j iMyers, Mr.-. Stanley C, Myrra, lr. Joseph Narot, Max Orovtu, E. Allnrt Pallot, Norton llillot, David Phillip*, Sain Pollock and Jack PopIck. Also Chnrlev i:.-wm. Maurice BeVita, Jacob Rlfkin, Joseph Rose, I. aril Itoeen, s. > iin.ur Rubin, Morton RutoKick, Joariih Sack-, Arnold .-•• %  .i, r, John Berbln and David Sernaker, Also Rabbi Norman Shapiro, Jaooli Sher, Lee Slmklns, Mis. Sam Simonhoff, Harry Slrkln, (lew-Re SOCK, Carl Sumklnd, Harold Thurmnn, Mrs. Carl IVelnkle. Carl Weinkle, Leonanl A Won and William Welntraub. MONTHLY PEST CONTROL • SERVIC ants. rotsoke_ rfish calir. 1BW Baw^ roaches Soviet Government Seeks Sale Of Property for $4,500,000 ,,_, .VTA, The Sovwas hoped here that the transai TF.LAMN J A ,„ Sl .n uon would pave the vajfefr r, lot Government has agw* ^ ^ Mimption of Israe |i citru*-Xport, its land holdings in ^ nvriu which Moscow gospenri Israel Government, it • ^ (| foUowing thc 95fi 8ina cam Sfg^n^Spair The report pdp. Sid that the Soviet Government £d for K500.006 for the propert ie S and that Israel suggested W. OOO.OIH) with two-ihirds of the Payment to be made in citrus fruits. The Russian move was believed ,„ stem from the Soviet need lor foreign currency to finance wheat purchases throughout the world. MOSCOW'S agreement in pr.nc.ple to the transaction was conveyed by Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Bod rov ,0 Premier Lev. Elhko at their meeting which was devoted I mainlv to an explanation Of Israel's stand on the disputed Jor dan River irrigation project.! Maariv reported. Soviet property in Israel in eludes the Russian compound in Jerusalem, located in the center ol the city, and some holdings in Tel Aviv and Haifa. Most ot the land is registered in the name ol the Russian Orthodox Church. It ^P^Se PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS FASHION CaggE—j OF THE SOUTH Largest Selection in Latest Styles for Mon *pd Womeiy nn rmim s*kr& *wi COHVtMCNT TO (USES 728 LINCOLN ROAD fOe the Mill) Phono JE 8-0749 OCULISTS' MSCKIfTtONS HIU§ CONTACT LENSES Hemophilia Auxiliary Regular luncheon meeting of the Hemophilia Auxiliary of Miami Beach is slated for Wednesday noon at the Bel Aire Hotel. Uric in for the sake of your home WE INSTALL CLASS f Off EVERY PURPOSE STORE FRONT PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS furniture Teas, Beveled Mirrors ana" tesifrering Our Specially L. & G. GLASS AND MIRROR WORKS 136 S.W. 8th STREET Phone FR 1-1363 Morris Orlin "Progressing with Our Many Satisfied Customers" ANOTHER LOCATION FOR TOUR CONVENIENCE COULTON BROS. 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Friday, January 31, 1964 lewlstfhrUHkurt Page 3-A < Talks Resuming on Possible Israel Tie to EEC STRASSBOURG (JTA) — A key oilioul uf.ihe European Kcon jmic Community promised this week that a third round of talks with Israel on a trade agreement With the six national Euromart v.culd hegin in March. The promise was made by Jean Rev, Min.sni .i tne EEC Commission in an initial agreement with Israel. He asserted that ""Europe cannot Ii. (be first tw* round* of talks, stay indiiiatertt N WMtfNB it MmSCmtB Rey spoke after the members of, the Parliament voted unanimously to ask the Council oi Ministers, the key policy-making body of the, EEC to give the EEC Commission, a new mandate to make possible A. Blaiise, dpuy president of the European Parliament, told the deputies that those proposals were a "good basis" for renewed talks. He said the lengthy negotiations had been "very disappointing" and that there was "a moral obligation" of Europe toward Israel. its part if the political will exists." Rey opened his report with a description of his recent visit I • Israel where he said? gowinmci officials had indicated their diappointment over the laggar talks. He said he left with a renewed feeling of the urgent nee i to find a solution. He adder!. however, that there were diff cutties, some arising from the fact that all of the member states ha I 'nterests in the Mediterraneaarea. Baron Edmond de Rothschild Will Spark Internationa! '64 Bond Confab Launching Exchange Club Installation Held Bayshore Exchange Club of Mi community services include ai • ami Beach held its installation on nual awards of collegiate antf Saturday, 9 p.m., in its private post-graduate school scholarships clubroom at Chandler's Restauto needy students, supervision aw rant. subsidization of the Junior ExCounty Judge Frank B. Dowling change Service Club at Miami was installing officer, with MiBeach Senior High School, ccbaf ami Beach Attorney George J. "•* '? %  ?,"* ***• ?5 ttlP 5S? t the post of' t 0 Mt s,nai Hospital and mobil blood bank motor vehicle to Baron Edmond de Rothschild, French financier and philanthropist, president of the Israel Bond drive ui. Europe and grandson of one of the earliest supporters of Jewish settlement In Palestine, wllltlk'^aueat of honor at the in'trnatinnal celebration in Miami launching the new five-year Sinn. 100,000 Third Development Issue i Israel Bonds, it was announced Wednesday by Samuel Rothberg, : ational campaign chairman ol the Israel Bond Organization. industries in Israel and, in addition, is active in work to reactivate the ancient city of Caesarea as an international center of tour ism. Carrying on a ttaditipn pi service to humanity which was begun by his grandfather, the late ,-;,,.| Baron Edm ind de Rothschild, who was known as "the Benefactor," ihe young Baron devotes much of his time and effort to numerous worthwhile causes in France and throughout the world. His grandfather, through negotiationswith the Turks in 1894 to 191-1. putchas He called for a commercial agreement with Israel "which will be only a first step, as with Turkey, towards a larger agree-; Alboum accepting ment Another deputy, Dudwig president. Metzger. a German Socialist, said; Officers who will serve with AI Israel had not been treated well bourn are vice president. Sam by the EEC. He added that "we Kanter; treasurer. Morton Steels; Sinai Blood Bank. are happy that we reached an association with Turkey and Greece." which received an associate membership "and we do not understand why negotiations with Isdid nut have any results." secretary. Ben Gould. Board of Control are Hy Solomon. Art Singer. Stanley Schewel. Ted Finkel, Joe Rayvis, Howard l'elzner. Exchange Club of Bayshore 'Mother Goose' Theme Mt. tin "Mother Goose" will be theme of ihe Chai Group of Hada> -ah children's fashion show on Monday, Feb. 10. 2:30 p.m., at th Jefferson Store Auditorium The celebration will be held on .dor.iay evening. Feb. 22. at the ^ ,*~" a r ','. a 7o'f "farid" from them roMaineble.au Hotel as the highI m Pales(inc for tht establishment point of the three-day inaugural ()( Jpwigh agricu n ura j settlements conference for Isreal Bonds start(here ing Friday. Feb. 21. Rothberg., who is national chairman of the conference, stated that the conference .will mark the formal opening of the campaign to sell a minimum of $85,000,000 in Israel Bonds during 1964, the Bar Mitzvah or 13th anniversary year of the Is rael Bond Organization. Baron de Rothschild, who plays a dominant role in furthering the economic development of tne State of Israel, has been active in Israel Bond drive in Western Europe since 1957. President of the Action Committee of the French-Israel Association for Economic Cooperation, Baron de Rothschild is responsible for the financing and management of the Red Sea-Mediterranean oil pipeline, one of the largest single industrial enterprises in Israel supported by private investment. Baron de Rothschild's father, the late Baron Maurice de Rothschild, served s a French Deputy from the Hautes-Pyrenes and as a Senator from the HautesAlpes. He was a member of the French Institute, a patron of the arts and a philanthropist. As a special feature of the Israel Bond inaugural conference. Ihe National Women's Division will sponsor a luncheon at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Feb. 21. A highlight of the luncheon will he the international premiere of the unioue St. Laurent-Israel Push ion Collection, with Mrs. Jan Peerce. chairman of the Women's Division, presiding. ACLU Wins Case for Nazis Continued from Page 1-A BETH DIN OFFICE %  AMI Ol. TIBOR H. STERN 10*1 MkkifltM km, Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 He has helped to establish many i new cfomical and pharmaceutical, cd it had protested to the .Navy — %  Department against requirement by the commanding officer of the U.S.S. Midway that all ship personnel stand at attention while Catholic or Protestant chaplains say an evening prayer and that \ grace be said at all meals. The ACLU said such an order was "an infraction of the reliI pious freedom of the individual" and said that it was likely there were persons of Jewish or other faith, or even non-believers, among the warships personnel who would be required "to be part of a relii gious service contrary to their be' lief." 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Friday. January 31. 1964 v.ktwisti HcrkKafJ Page 7-A Justice Goldberg Hits Soviet Bias Judge Milton A. Friedman (left), of Miami Municipal Court, talks things over with Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. GoldKA-*V nl n R'nni Q'ritV. lQfWU B. tm IirA.^nn, V ~ ~ f~\ K r. ~.-. ~ ~, l luiiut uiuitjo wci WIUI oupitrjue wuuu juaiiLt: niuiui ). uu. berg at a B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Year Observance in New York, at which Justice Goldberg was honored for "service to the nation and the Jewish community personifying the purposes'-and ideals of B'nai B'rith." Judge Friedman, who is B'nai B'rith District 5 chairman of leadership development and training, also participated in the organization's first national leadership development conference in New York. Dinner at Sterling Hotel Will Honor Yeshiva University's Dr. Belkin on Feb. 25 Dr. Samuel Bi-ikin, president <>l Yeshiva University, will be hoi> I orert ;it a dinner of Jewi-h cultural leaders Irom throughout the United States and Canada at the Muling Hotel on Feb. 25. Announcement of the function was made by Max J. Etra. chairman of the Board of Trustees ol America's oldest and largest uni vorsity under Jewish auspices. "Dr. Belkin has compiled • record of achievements which is perhaps unmatched in the annals of American higher educa*' Emma Lazarus Chapter Fmma Lazarus Chapter. B'nai B rith Women, held a white elephant sale on Tuesday at Washington Federal Savings and Loan f->n. tion," Etra asserted. Dr. Belkin, distinguished scholar, author in: educator, is in his 21st year as president of Yeshiva University. Under his leadership the univerlity's enrollment has grown from 850 to 5.500; the faculty from 94 to i.200; the number of constituent schools from four to 17; its annual budget from $44,000 to $24 million; and physical facilities from oi.e building in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan to tour major teaching centers with \ .ilu.it ion of$31 million. Among the pioneering units which have been established dur ing his administration are the na tion's first university, medical school and women's liberal arts college under Jewish auspices, and several graduate schools including social work, education and science. You can't go for less...You can't get more! ECONOMY GROUP FARE NEW YORK-ISRAEL-EUROPE via ELAL Only $ 535 round trip! Europe vi. Tel Aviv and via F.l Al...that's the way to see more yet save...on El Al's Economy Group Fare. It s far, far less than regular economy flight., only an .ncred.ble $535.00 round trip. 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Jewish groups that speak out, against these practices, he said, "share with the great majority of the people of this country the desire for an end to the cold war and for a just and lasting peace." Criticisms of the Soviets i "are not ma.'e oui of hostilityI (but) out of a deep concern for the preservation of human val-i ues,'' he declared. The jurist also stressed the' theme of "equality"—by which he. meant equality of opportunity, not identity—as the "dominating, critical impulse which is changing the world." He called the quest | for equality the next step after freedom and liberty, which are' "now taken for granted." •"Nations and people are no|_ longer satisfied only to have liberty, only ot be free—they also want equality: equality among nations and equality in the human family," he said. After equality is achieved, Justice Goldberg added, the '. human race must seek a third stage, that of "fraternity" which he called "an age-old tradition of the Jewish people where men deal with other men on a basis of not what they art compelled" to do by law, but on the basis of mutual respect for each other, for each other's origins and personalities. "We haven't even entered this stage." Justice Goldberg declared. The jurist commended B'nai B'rith for being "among the first to speak out for the rights of, Jews in the Soviet Union and other | parts of the world." He praised j 'Intermarriage 1 To be Discussed "Intermarriage" will be dis-, cussed at the People Speak Town Hall Forum on Friday, Feb. 7, at' 8 p.m.. in the auditorium of Wash ington Federal, 1234 Washington Ave. Panelists will be Dr. Joseph J. BUTWitX, Hebrew and Humanities Department. University of Miami; Efraim H. Gale, executive director. 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Friday. January 31. 1964 fJeHlstincrtdtton Page 11-B Abramowitz Named National Chaplain of Jewish War Veterans Jcwi-h War Veterans of the .S.A. has announced the appoint lent <: Rabbi Mayer Abramo,itz. spiritual leader of Temple [li'iinr. n. as its national chaplain. The JWV, with a membership \ ovir 170,000 Jews who have []vc(. :n the military branches of he Icited States, maintains exrnsivc contact with the Veterans Imin-'tration in order to secure le benefits of former Jew ish serL-emt::. IrtaMi Abramowitz served as d.h chaplain with the United ates Army from May, 1W5 tttlll April, 1948. During those in, he saw extensive service prs(.in Iceland, Germany and tri. He served with the Third rision, where he received com-, kndation "for his exceptional series to the religious needs of theplitarv personnel of all faiths." In trst crucial yean of 194* "M7, with the tremendous flux of the Jewish refugees 11 c Berlin, then Chaplain bramowlti was assigned as lilitary liaison to the displaced ersoni on Gen. Lucius D. Clay's iff. Jpea his release from the ny. ind because of his exten txperience in refugee prob his. Rabbi Abramowitz served [ dirt ctor nt the JDC in Italy af-; his separation from military hii< In 1948. Rabbi Abramowitz served U <: the founding members of, the JWV Post 677 when it met in the North Shore Jewish Center. In his letter of appointment as national chaplain. National Commander Daniel Neal Heller wrote 1c Rabbi Abramowitz: "Your selection to this important position was made carefully and deliberatively based upon your ability, your service to JWV, and the esteem in which you are held by JWV leaders in your area. It is your mandate to continue to assert positive, dynamic, aggressive leadership for our organization and a chance to make a favorable impact upon, and patriotic contribution to the total American community." KMBI MAYf* AUAMOWITZ Shores Apt's. Has Deluxe Features; At Country Club The Janis Corporation is intro1 ckicing the Shores Condominium Aparts at Biscayne Bay and 105th; St., Miami Shores. The Shores features deluxe one and two-bedroom apartments from $17,500. Residents are eligible for membership in the famed Miami Shores Country Club, which of-! lers golf, tennis and swimming. Condominium apartments provide a method of ownership in which the individual purchaser owns his apartment in a multiple story building. The Shores has 95 units and oilers residents a variety of spacious floor plans. The outdoor recreation area features swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, card rooms, and picturesque walkways. The Janis Corporation, a leading name in Florida building and real estate for more than a decade, and led by Ernest Janis. has constructed more than S75 million in homes, apartments, office buildings and commercial structures. Psychologist is Speaker Dr. Richard Greenbaum, child psychologist, was to be guest speaker at the North County YM and YWIIA Early Childhood Development parent's meeting on Thursday evening at the "Y," 14036 NE 6th Ave. Presentation was to deal with "Mutuality of the Early Childhood Development Pro yram and the Home." Mrs. Beverly Yelen is supervisor. MOIt 1. I. TfHDMCH lie Tendrich be Honored bfrCU8 Lodge 275, F. and A. M ping its annual Past Mas [: L hi on Sunday. 6:30 p.m., Deauville Hotel. kvent will honor immediate Master Moic J. L. Tendrich i>\' ing cocktails and dinner |t uided entertainment, head fcv Jimmv Durante. will b< wpe ntin:? $ my ms Rabbi Plaut, 44 Dead in Gotham By Special Report Rabbi Walter II Plaut. spiritual leader of Temple Emanuel. Great Neck, N.Y., died n Jan 2. He was 44. Rabbi Plaut was born In Berlin. He was a graduate of Franklin Marshall University and ordained a I Hebrew Union College in Cm cinnati in 1947. He was a participant of the first "Freedom Rider" bus. Rabbi Plant did his graduate work at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He had served as spiritual leader in Fargo. SIX, and Cedar Rapids. Io. He is survived by his wife, the former Hadassah Yanich; sons. Yehudi, Carmi and Joshua: broth er, Rabbi Gunther Plaut; and mother. Mrs Selma Plaut. Miami relatives are his mother in-law and brother-in-law, Mrs. Annie Yanich and Joseph Yanich. Mr Yanich is' executive direc: tor of the South Florida Chapter. American Friends of the Hebrew University Talmud Lessons On the Radio A series of Talmud broadcasts j in English will be inaugurated I Sunday. 1:30 p.m.. over radio stai tion WEDR-FM. Broadcasts will be conducted by Rabbi Pinches hf. Teitz, of Elizabeth. N.J.. who will be heard for I nine consecutive weeks. First broadcast will feature educational and community leaders of the Greater Miami area. Teitz is a member of the presidium of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis. He is founder of the Talmudic Seminar of the Air. which he has conducted for the past 13 years. Recently, he founded the national Bas-Knh Talmudic Assn.. which issues long playing records of Talmud lectures in Yiddish and English. Young Democrats Hear Weissenborn Newly formed Greater Miami Beach Young Democratic Club was to hold its first open meeting on Thursday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Auditorium. No. Miami Beach. Rep. Lee Weissenborn was to be featured speaker. Martin Knobel is president of the club, which encompasses the Miami Beach and North Dade areas. Violinist Will Play Brahms Concerto Here University ot Miami Symphony Orchestra, Fabien Sevitzky conducting, will present the fifth in its current series of nine pair of subscription concerts Sunday night at Miami Beach Auditorium and Monday evening at Dade County Auditorium. Guest soloist will be the talented 25-year-old German violinist Edith Peinemann. For the second time this season, the Monday evening concert at Dade County Auditorium will be broadcast "live" over WVCG-FM Radio (105.1 mc). with David Ewen, noted author and music historian, serving as commentator. The concert will open with Miami composer-conductor Paul [ Csonka Concerto No. 3 for Orchestra, a work which will receive its world premiere per| formance under the paten of Or. Sevitzky. Miss 4einemann will then perform the Brahms Violin Concerto in D Major. The concluding selection on the program is Dvorak's Symphony in E minor. No. 5 ("From the New World"). Miss Peinemann made her American debut last season. She appeared as soloist with the Cin cinnati Symphony, the Pittsburgh symphony and the Kansas City Symphony Orchestras. Her Amer ican tour this season includes performances with the Minneapolis Symphony, the Houston Symphony under Sir John Barbirolli, the Dal las Symphony under Pierre Menteaux. and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestras. LEGAL NOTICE Chug Ivri Lecture Chug Ivri. Hebrew speaking group of North Miami Beach, will hear Dr. Joseph Zuckerbram speak, (n "The History. Meaning and mi fluence of, the Kadd|sh" at a r. meeting Wednesday. 2:30 p.m.. in Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi's Father To Officiate Here Rabbi Dr. Louis J. Lehrlield, father of Rabbi David Lchrfield, of Congregation Kncseth Israel, 1415 Euclid Ave.. will officiate at Saturday services this weekend. His sermon will be "The Significance of the Ten Commandments in Modern Times." On Feb. 7, Dr. Lehrfield will conduct the Friday evening Oneg Shabbat and discuss the Pope's visit to Israel. He will also conduct classes in Bible and history during his vacation here in Miami Beach. Former president of the Chicago Rabbinical Council, and of the Rabbinical Council of America, Rabbi Lehrfield occupies a prominent pulpit in Chicago. He is in Miami Beach with Mrs. Lehrfield. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that the undersigned, desiring to engogi m business under the fictitious name • %  \RS-8HELL at I SOS "Hth >*. lause..v, North Bas Village. FJa.. Intend* to register paid name with in of th.Circuit Court "i Uadc i Florida, JOHN A DeVlVO Sole Owner ANGELO A. AL-l Attorney for rwner urn Alnale) Bldg., Miami, Kin Clerk \.UMl> NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that undersigned, destlina til engage in business under tinfictitious name % %  < 1'NITKH SINI'KY Slii'l.Y at M<1 Southwest 13th Terrace, Miami. Ha 3:1144, Intends i" register said name u li Hi. I'II ik uf tl' Circuit l %  a' bade County, Florida ALBERT ALLEN GADOL l 17-24I1-! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai ill.undersigned, desiring i" engage in business under th.fictions name i,i Uic-1 mi Company at l.'.'! Ponce ,|. Leon lllvd Coral Rabies M, Intend 1" register said nun.with tno Clerk .-1 HiCircuit Court ol Bade i 'ounts. Floi ni.i CAROL V RIOOH \ Wi'Y I. RICJtiS 1 .1. 31, 2'7, II J, beautiful tnd mtlv car ad for Minding* for our ted loved ones f ireoof Ms son IVI \u MO 1-7693 GOLD. MiEsther. 75. of 112 I ColIfns Ave. Kervlces In New > ••' '• %  ABERBACH. Hyman X 18, ot 1141 Hj run Ave. Riverside, STEINER. Ruth, H, "f Wl NE 1,Mh 81 ili.-.l .Km. IS. Riverside. TUROFF. lira Hetty. •"•'. -' I0S Ku,11.1 Ave., died Jan. 26. Riverside. COBLER. Mr-. Fannie, IT. of K* S\\ I'.'th Ave. Gordon. DAVIS. Harry, -M. ol MM Ocean Dr. %  Overside. GOLDBERGER. Aklba Benjamin, .•>. i.f si I l. 11...X Ave N, win. in. LEIKIND. Bon, '•-. of .".26 I'll" si. Riverside. MARKOVICH. Mrs. Helen. RS, ol KM \\ ushlnxton Ave. New man. RISK. Mortis. SI, .-f 300 Meridian Ave. died Jun. 22. lordon GREENBAUM. Mrs. Esther, 71. pi l i'Ii. HW 15th Ct. Merxlces i" Washington, I'.'' iorilon. KAPLAN. Mrs I-...! .-ii. M>, ol MM Collins A\.. Services In Boston New mnn BEILER. I>lane Lynn. 2 weeks old, daughti i ..I Mi and Mrs Itlchnnl l:.-il. r 12 "2 S Alhnmhni I'II iln-'l Jan. 19 Gordon ROscN, Isiu M. ol '•'-'7 N Haj Rd. New man. Chad Mitchell Trio, top-rated Mercury recording artists, will be at Dade County Auditorium on Sunday. Feb. 16, 7:30 p.m. They have appeared on such programs as the Bell Telephone Hour, Ed Sullivan Show. Today. Tonigh', Dinah Shore and Hootenanny. Concert is sponsored by Jay Fine and Flick Enterprises and tickets are available at Jordan Marsh Stores. NOTICE UNDER FICTIT.OUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th.undersigned, desiring to i m business under the fictitious name '•' Mi MM I'AT ORIGINALS at l30 N I'! 7vtii Riwd, Miami. Ila.. Intends to rrglstei said name with the Clerk ot ,l„ Circuit Court of Bade County. l-'l..i ni.i I'ATRICIA BAKER Sol.i tw ner II. utel. Albeit, Weiss .\Ljons Attorneys for Api'licanl ,462 V, Hagle. S„,-.-t | .,...,,.,, IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIOA IN PROBATE No. 61952-A IN RE: Estate "i JBANNKTTE A BELLAMY 'NOTICE TO CREDITORS To AH Creditors ond All Persons Having Claims in Demands Against Soldi Estnti I YI.II ure hereby notified and required '•• i'ii— HI any claims and d< mands which you ma> hav. against | tin.-.-I He %  >! .1EANNETTE A BELL\ MY de i .>• %  late of l de I "ounts %  Plorlda, to the Count> Judges of Bade County, and file the sum* in their offices in the Count} Courthouse In i >.,,i,. Count}., Florida, within six calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof, i r the same will '" %  barred I.KATHA IV WILLIAMS Exi t-utrlx CAIBIN \ RtrTHENBERti Attorneys for Executrix :!• %  ". Biscavne Building Miami, Ploritla i -M. %  : 7-n-Jl IN COUNTY JUDGES' COURT OADE COUNTY. FLORiDA No. 55572-A (Blanton) 1(10: ESTATE Ot IIALI il.li S. NEWTON, I I,. .-.,s..I. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE is hereby given that I have filed inv final report and petition for Finn I Discharge as ENECCTOR of tinestate of HAROLD K. NEWTON, I. i.a.-.ii. and that on the '-'"I day "f MARCH 1984, win appl,> to the Honorable W. K iiLANi'nN County Judge "i Dade County, Florida, i"i nvnl nf said final report and foi final discharge ns BNECCTOR "f Ihe ol HAROLD s NEWTON, d< ceased This S"i h 'lav of Januarj. IM4, SIDNEY NAIMHTAT EXECC IMH of thi l->tate of H kl-oi ,i H '''W II IN I'.. MA HOI I' SHAPIRtl Attol ne> l.\i cutor 1 II, 2 "-14-21 7-1 l-;i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 48577-C IN RE Estate of DAVID HIRSH Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTON AND FINAL DISCHARGE NOTICE Is herebj given thai l have r.i., l I in 11 Report and Petition for Distribution and Final %  "i -• Im ge aa Bxecutrlx of the estate of DAVID HIRSH deceased; and that on the 10th da> "I March, 1964, gill appl> tu tl.-Honorable Count} Judges ol Hade County, Florida, for api roval ••' sal Final ReiH.rt an.I for distribution and final dlsi harge an Executrix i estate "f the nlxive-named it. This 24th da) of January, 1984. .. SYLVIA HIRSH i:\. i utrix Ki iVNER & MANNHBIMER Bj W altei C. Ko nei. Atturnej .inn I luponl Pluxti i "enter Miami. Florida I SI, 2 7-1 1-21 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 970 BOCLETARD NATIONAL BANK "1" .MIAMI, a • %  • %  i-|i..i-.iiii.ii existing the laws .'t the I'nlted States nl America, a National Banking corporal Ion, Plaintiff. ROY >;i •! 'WIN and RACHEL GODWIN, his wit. el nl. I i. f.nilantNOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO' ROY GOOWIN and RACHhli (SODWIN, his wife residence unknown, if living; unknown |K>uses, it remarried, and it dead, then unknown spouses, n remarried: all unknown heirs, de' Isees, g inte. -. assignees, llenors, creditors, trus,. ... or othetIsi claiming by, through, nn.I iigulnsl thf•said RI iY •!' il WIN I R x Hhli .:> i >\\ I x 1. — wit. and ug nil other persons h i\ Ing 01 i inc thnve an> rbjht, title, "i In,. rrtii in ,,i to the proper!} Iieteln described Yi H' ANI • K Mil "l YI>1 are hi rebv notified that a Compla nl to I %  • close a certain moi tgage on the following described property. to-wRj L,.| ii in likwk 1^. of LEE MAMil. I'm K Til ABUITION, ui %  i.nllng lo the Plat thereof, recorded In Plat Book S3, at Page 7t>, of the Publlo Records oi i "ade I "ount}. Iii rld.t' also known us: l.„t .;. Block IV LEE M Won EHTATEM, according to the Plat thereof, as recorded In lint Book 8X, at Pan 7';. ..f Ihe Public Records of Dade County, Ktoridn has h.-.-n duly tiled against you ana you are required t.. serve II cop} "i your Answer or Pleading to the Complaint on liaintlfl's atli :my, M.M.COL.M II. FRJ.EBMAN. -!" %  Security Trust Building, Miami :'.'.•. Florida, and file the original Anawct Pleading in th.Office of the li.rl. of the Circuit Court on or before the 2nd day of March, 1984. If you fail lo do so, judgment %  > di fault srtll I" taki n nralnsl you for the relief demanded In th,i"omp This "••! • • -.nil i"published on e eni h w. ek fi four i %  cutlte weeks in THE JEWISH l-'l I HtlBI \ M. BONE VND OR1 ii:RED I I Miami. l-iin idn, I his Kth ilaj Janui \.ii "...i i: B LEATHER.M VN. • iel k. I 'II ||| %  lUI I. ltllde Co iseal) ly: C. %  'iii'lLAMi I ii iut} I'K tk il, 2 7-11-21



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"dfewish Floridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volur *• 37 — Number 5 Miami, Florida, Friday, January 31. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20* FREE SPEECH Civil Liberties Union Wins Case for Nazis ;GELES I.ITAI — The California Chapter ol can i .\ ii Liberties Union his week :t had won "the free speech" for Ralph member of the AmeriPartj who had been bar • c itj Council ol Radonfrom holding .i meet u park ol the citj >he fcCLU chapter ehal• bai il agree I to act -. for the N izi '' i n he d n< i have money for resentation. Judge Al i, on of Supei ior Court up\peech .Hici assembly as of the United States ark had previously been political meetings ami ting the Nazi to hold a m< eting did not constitute and pri sent danger, The city had barred the Naii on ac. ce of its attorney that the facilities could not be used by any individual, group or organization "deemed subversive as def.red by the State of California code or which has one of its objectives the overthrow of the government by force, or o.icr urlewful means." The judge, however, required Forbes to post a SI,000 bond and to file an affidavt that he would not knowmq'y commit an act prohibited by law and that his speech wculd not be calculated to incite a riot, among several conditions for holding the meeting. LBJ and British Chief May Air Jordan Project Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg (left) receives the B'nai B'rith 120th Anniversary Year Award, a mounted and inscribed gold menorah, Iroin B'nai B'rith President Label A. Katz. The award honors long-time members whose service to the nation and 'he Jewish community "personifies the purpose and ideals of B'nai B'ri;h." Philip M. Klutznick (right!, former r> nai B'rith president, was similarly honored last October. Justice Gcldberg Criticizes Scviet Anti-Jewish Bias In Ni York, the ACLU report Continued on Page 3-A By Special Report NEW YOBK — Supreme Court Justice Arthur J. Goldberg Bd3 oil his voice this week to those speaking out against Soviet dis crimination against Jews. lie said speaking out on the problem did not mean "hostility" toward the USSR buj support ol "better understanding" between East and West Speaking before 2.000 persons at a B'nai B'rith 120th anniversary observance at Hunter College, Justice Goldberg also declared: l_The United States "discovUN Certain to Take Action On Minority Rights Finding VMTKD NATIONS (JTA) |i liam| ions ol the worldwide reli I; uus Irtedoms—including propon • • ol the unfettered right ol I Jews to practice their relire seen lure on the waj .t \ .'lory deemed highly sig \it.r two years, during h 'mil the Soviet bloc has been kill consideration ol a | laration on the Elimina Form: of Religious In ail signs pointed to the liuloption uf such a document by I ; Su i im mission on Prevention o Disi rimination and Protection hi Minorities this week Among the provisionof the v hich contains a long pre le declaring among other things that elimination and pre lycntion of all forms of religious intolerance is "ore of the fundamental objectives of the United Rations," the draft Declaration [would condemn religious discriminations as "an offense to human dignitj as well as a violation ol the IN Charter and the Universal Declaration <>i Human Rights The Declaration would forbid all states to practice such discriminations; enjoin all governments to prevent such discrimiContinued on Page 10-A ers every day (that) carrying a big stick" no longer solves problems in foreign affairs "even if we speak softly." 2—Smaller nations "are no longer satisfied to be treated just as frae nations." but want an equal voice ill determining whether our civilization is going to continue." Justice Goldberg was presented with the 120th Anniversary Year Award by Label A Katz. B'nai B'rith president. The special award has been voted tor several Ions-time B'nai B'rith members who. through their service to the ration and the Jewish community, personify the "purpose, histor) and ideals of B'nai B'rith'' Former B'nai B'rith President Philip M. Klutznick, who also participated in the observance here, received the first of the awards last October in Chicago, in cere monies that commemorated the founding of B'nai B'rith on Oct. 18, 1843 and opened the anniv.r sarj year. Similar citations to Ihe late Herbert II. Lehman, who will be honored posthumously, and Jack Benny will be made later this year. Justice Goldberg, in his speech, charged that "the religious freedom or boviet Jews Continued on Page 7-A LONDON — i JTA i — Prime !: Ister Sir Alec Douglas-Home i d cated this week in the Housi ol Commons that the Jordan Rh r water project maj be on the agenda of his forthcoming meeting with President Johnson. The issue as raised in Cum mons by Arthur Henderson, a Labor Ml' who cited the decision %  ; the Arab summit conference in i airo t!i block Israel's planned use ci the Jordan liner waters [or its irrigation project. Mr. Hen !erson stressed the joint responsibility for the area ol Britain and the United States under the Tripartite Declaration of 1951 which guarantees the existing Arab-Israel borders. The British deputy then asked whether the Prime Minister would discuss with President Johnson the plan proposed to the Arabs and Israel by the late Eric Jonston, U.S. Special Ambassador, as a possible basis of settlement of the Jordan River dispute. The Prime Minister replied that his talks with President Johnson would cover many prcblems cf common concern but that they would be confidential. Mr Henderson also asked whethei Ihe Prime Minister would conMIII with President Johnson with V.iidea ol persuading the Aral tati in acccpl the Johnston plan i i the Prime Minister r< he would consider Mr. Hen son's suggestions. Sir Barnett Janner said that the area <>'. the water tap was within Ihe territory of Israel and that ii was not the concern ol any other country, that the Jordan Government had proceeded on its i have oi the Johnston plan without consulting anyone and t'i~t the ''courageous" attempts by Israel tn arrest the desert was something Continued on Page 2-A REJECTS ARAB PROPAGANDA Prime Minister Eshkol Vows Israel Won't Drop Water Plan JERUSALEM (JTA) — Warning that Israel would not be deterred from carrying out itIrrigation project by Arab threats. Premier Levi Eshkol declared in Parliament this week that under international law. the refusal of i ne party to reach agreement with another on such regional programs as the Jordan River waters development plan does not give the refusing party the right to prevent a neighbor from proceeding. Rejecting Arab propaganda charges that the Israel irrigation project was "illegal and unilateral," he reviewed the regional water plan developed ten years ago bj the late Eric Johnston as an emissary of then President Eisenhower In that plan, he emphasized, an agreed allocation ol Grizzly Frankfurt Trial Continuing FRANKFURT — (JTAi — A physician who served the Nazis at Hie Au-chwitz Birkcnau death factory during the war told the court here that he had been at the Birkenau arrival ramp at least 20 times but claimed that he had never selected prisoners for the gas ovens. "1 was always harassed by the other officers, l think I was transferred from Auschwitz be(.nise of my attitude." he Stated. He testified that, at one time while working at Auschwitz, he had "looked up the Archbishop of Osi.ahrueck. and told him what was happening at Auschwitz." He said that the archbishop "told me to do what I could to reduce suffering, but not to violate orders." The defendant was Dr. Franx B. Lucas, 52. He is one of fne 22 ex-Naiis, ail of them super| visors, guards or medical personnel at Auschwitz-Birkenau, on trial here for the mass murc"er of several million persons, most of them Jews. The trial, which staited Dec. 20, entered its sixth week Monday. It is the biggest proceeding of the kind in West Germany since the Nuremberg War Crimes trials in 1946. Dr. Lucas testified that he served at the death camp for five months in the spring and summer ni 1044 He said that, of the 20 Continued on Page 12-A Jordan River waters had been determined against which the parties concerned ina.ie no objections at thi' technical levels He said Israel undertook to remain within Continued on Page 9-A Nussbaum President Of Zionist Body NEW YORK -(JTA Dr. Max \uii mm president ol the Zionist Organization ol America, was ,:P i uslj elected thi> \\cck rman ". the American Zionist Council, coordinat inu body ot ,li i,.' e Zionist organizations in IhiS country. lie succeeds Rabbi Irving Miller who occupied the pust for the past ten yearand who was elected honorary chairman. Nathaniel S. Rothenherg. former president of B'nai Zion, American Fraternal Zionist Organization, was unanimously elected chairman el the administrative committee cf the Council. The election took place at a meeting of the executive committee of the Council, the highest governing body of the organization, attended by rcprcscnContinued on Page 5-A



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* JWcf; itmrHirun Page 11-A JOSEPH BROOKS Mercantile Division Names Co-chairmen; |CJA Also Picks Allied Group Leaders .Jo.-t;.: E. Brooks, vice presi Jr., of Miami Rug Co., chairman fnt <. BuniiDv'.s. abd William S. oi Carpet and Rug Retailers limber, vice president of Jordan Croup; Frank M. Seiden. of Frank |.\iar-h "ill serve as co-chairmen M. Seiden, Inc.. chairman of Con lot tht Mercantile Division, it was tract Furnishers Group; and Dave Ian noun ed by Dr. Irving LehrMelin, of Tech-Aerofoam ProJinan. !^ Combined Jewish Apiuctt, Inc.. chairman of Furniture [peal i airman. Manufacturers Suppliers Group; • I ;.m pleased that these two and Herman Milgrom, chairman [key department store executives ol Lamp Manufacturers. T. V. [are hi ..ding this important indusMoore, of Moore's Furniture Co., [trv dn\e on behalf of Combined nd Ken Clifford, of Burdine's. CJA Unit Picks Chairmen Here Sidney Cans, of Sidney Paper Co., and Norton Pallot, president of the Norton Tire Co., have been chosen as co-chairmen of the Manufacturing and Transportation Division of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal, it was announced by Leon Kaplan, Trades and Professions co-chairman. Three leading groups in the Manufacturing and Transportation Division have appointed chairmen and sent out invitations for the first committee meeting of their groups. Max -Jemchin, Florida Metal Supply, 'and Robert Somerstein, Hillomatic, Inc., co-chairmen of the Metals Group, announced that I the first committee meeting took | place at Temchin's office, 3900 NW 32nd Ave., on (Thursday. I A breakfast meeting of the Paint, Chemical and Plastic Groups will take place at 8:30 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. S, in the Board Room of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Bob Levin, of Standard Chemical l Co., is serving as chairman of the Chemical Group, and James Aberman, of Commercial Coatings Corp., is serving as chairman of the Paint Group. S'anding (left to right) are Marshall S. Harris, CJA Trades and Professions co-chairman; Walter S. Falk, chairman of the Mortgage Companies, and Matthew Ettinger, chairman of Small Loans and Finance Companies Group. Seated (left to right) are Bank and Savings and Loan Association Co-Chairman Herschel Rosenthal; honorary chairman of the Finance Division, Joseph M. Lipton; and Bank and Savings and Loan Association Cc-Chairman Ronald Lip'on. The group met for lunch at Flagler Federal Savings and Loan to plan the Finance Division's suport to the 1964 CJA campaign. Iran's Envoy Speaks on Beach Dr. Transportation Group, under the chairmanship of S. Ronald Pallot.' ( *' ct Norton Tire Co., held its first Vakil Mehdi. Ambassador' Council was also shown, narrated ran. was guest speaker at by Solomon Lichter. principal of Jewish Appeal st;ited ^Owy are following in Ihr footsteps of their stores' presidents, Alfred H. Daniels of Bur dines, and Robert Macht of Jordan Marsh, who gave impetus and leadership to the division for the l. -! -• .eral years." The division chairmen announced that the Appeal Group would be beaded by Harry Mix rack <' King Cole, and that John Serbin of Sorbin, Inc., 1963 horv oree at the Mercantile Division luncheon, will serve as honorf\ y <'airman for the group. Irving Kern, of Miami Origin als, and Louis Reinstein. of Louis Reinstein, Inc.. will serve as co hair men of the Women's Sportswear Manufacturers. Ben Si r.wiitz, of Vogue Embroidery. will serve as chairman of Em broiderers Group. Byron Topol, i .1 H. Handbags of Florida, Inc.i ill be chairman of Handbag l.iiiulacturers Group, and Jack jumond, of Florida Textile Sales, chairman of Textile Salesmen. Heading the Furniture and Ap Itaaces Group as chairmen are A. Alexander, of Kent Furniture nd Gordon Paterson, of E. B ialone, Inc. Helping to provide dd it i<.rial support and strong ckint; for the Furniture and Apiancts Group, are the followg: Kay Mufson, of Jefferson Stores, II serve a> chairman of Apanc< Group. William Baros AVERAGE SIZE ROOF PRESSURE CLEANED NOW $14.95 OP TO 1000 SQ. FT. For Lim.tea Time Only HY WEISS FR 7-2676 Rabbi Lehrman will serve as co-chairmen Furniture Retailers Group. dines."' ""% %  "" •• wv., %  ""•"• '" ; the regular meeting of the South Ida M. Fisher Junior High School, of t he commiUee meeting on Wednesday. | s hore ^ Amcrican Association %  also at Federation Headquarters. for the United Nations, on MonAnother important group chair-: da> evening, at Washington FedMorns Kabinowitx, of Miami man appointment in Manuiactur-j cral Auditorium Diamond Center, who for many ing and Transportation is in the' years headed the Jewelry Group, Papcr Group, an announcement Dr Mchdl became a member of has been made that Lee Simkins, l t he WJ Secretariat in 1950. advis-, or on coordination to the LN Secretary-General in 1931, and was' secretary of the UN Social and Economic Council from 1952 to partment Store Group will be un§ tf fc JfOfiwfc Fetll-AgefS 1959 „ e has taught political der the co-chairmanship of San-1 ford Sprintz, of Jordan Marsh, %  PTA of Beth Kodesh will sponand Sam R. Rappaport. general sor a teen-age party and dance pn merchandizing manager of Rich-: Saturday at 7 p.m. Refreshments ards. I will be served. has again accepted the chairmanship for 1M4. | ot Benner Box, Inc.. will serve as The division co-chairmen also! chairman for the paper industry, announced that the Retail and Descience at Teheran University, and received the Legion of Honor from France. A film on the UN Trusteeship ATTENTION Synagogues and Jewish Organizations $50.00 to $1,000 can be raised easily by selling MANISCHEWITZ MACAROONS and COOKIES .. strictly Kosher for Passover! Don't delay —get started today! Free delivery, tree salts aids, iscutim Write for brochure to: CARUTH'S, INC. 32-75 Steinway Street Long Island City, N. Y. a nee WOLPERT FURNITURE COMPANY'S GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE IS NOW TAKING PLACE! Miamians know that for 27 years Wolpert Furniture Co.'s Annual January Furniture Clearat 1200 CORAL WAY is the greatest furniture sales event of the year! This includes all of their Nationally Advertised Brands such as Simmons, E. B. 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E-.~~ II Page 8-A vjmisti Meridian By: EDWARD COHEN How a Collector of Religious Art Started 'A -/S He's a collecBL >^ V tor for Israel, ^k j hut he doesn't |k I collect money. Wk I As matter of ^^^^ %  tact, Jbseph B. Horwitz's collecting costs him money—how much he won't say. "If I put a dollar sign on it. the purpose changes. Let my accountants worry about the money." Experts in the field of antiquities, moreover, value the Horwitz collection of Jewish ceremonials and folk art as "priceless." Now on exhibition in the Community House of Temple Israel of Greater .Miami, it is one ol few private accumulations of Judaica, and outside of the British Museum in London, the JewMil) in Now York, and the Cluny Museum in Pans. %  are not many its equal, according to these experts. Shown only at the Og'ebay Museum in Wheeling, W.Va., ere! partially at Fairmount Temple in Cleveland before, the Horwitl Collection of Judaica already has attracted seve-al thousand visitors to the Museum at Temple Israel. And this has a deep meaning for Horwifi, who had some qualms about letting the precious collection go on view. At the Fontainebleau, where he has been staying while attending the convention of the Institute of Scrap Iron and Steel. Horwitl revealed he was "thrilled with the response." "I have met Jews lrom Texas. Massachusetts. Toronto — from most of the states east of the JOSEPH B. HORWITZ antiquities expert Mississippi—in the Temple Israel lobby. I have met a reliUF to Help Health Agencies United Fund's newly organized poses. Thev include Visiting J!M r ,? n T < ', arc V n(l ea,,h Scr-. N urse Association ()f Dadc coun-' vices foundation has announced a „ „ quarter million dollar health ser! y \. $8 r 681 i... f??*'^ C un, V A „ s socla \ices and meiical research program lor Dade County during 1964. Foundation president. James I. lion for Child Guidance Clinics, S43.228; Retarded Children's Society of Dade County. $31,142: .Mental Health Society of Greater Keller Jr.. said that a total of M,aml $21,785; Medical Research $254,746 will be spent to support i i n out in the collection of some 300 objects attractively displayed in well-lighted cases, or on walls, were created b> nun Jews. The Jews of the Middle Ages, from which much of his collection dates, were nol craftsmen, or silversmiths, but they knew whal Ihej wanted for iheir homes and synagogues and commissioned it. "fortunately front men who knew the Bible, or who had been subsidized by the Cath olic Church to be creative in the arts.' iiorv.it/. believes, How it Began The Horwitz collection began right at home in Cleveland, where ho lives and works as chairman of the board oi the Kaiser-Nelson Corporation. "And it began "itli mania," lie says, "with brass candle-ticks she gave to us for our wedding .Made in America, bul Judaica The quest for religi tus Jewish objects began in earnest in 1949 when Horwitz was in Europ a UJA Minion.. Uivcu a_j..it "1 B fUlgreed Polish menorah from a grateful refugee in Naples. Horwitz's interest in other such objects was heightened by the knowledge that the Hitler destruction of Jews and synagogues also had included the melting and destruction of ceremonial art. lie began his search. Every two years he, with Mrs. Horwitl, travels for several months by sea. Last fall he visited some 25 ports. Large or small, he has found a Jewish community wherever they have stopped, and many times a precious or indigenous object of religious significance. Virtual!) '!"• onl> countries V here th '• %  "' nj come bj noi re tl % %  irtain Colli %  I miisi i %  %  •iou really iminished, i nd i n i is the work ol mil: a ii ledii ited men Experts Intrigued One of these. Cecil Roth, the Oxford Jev ish historian and author, is intrigued by the Horwitz collection. 1 liown sizable collection will go to a Toronti synagogue alter his death, bul he hails Horwitz for "having brought together so remarkable a collection," and indicated in a recent letter that he may be in New York for Passover and would like to view the collect]'" row mi exhibition in Temple lrael. The final disposition of the Horwitz collection is not as clear as that determined by Roth. With a sort of wry smile, the Cleveland collector recognizes that "My estate has very little choice—to sell it piece by piece, or by auction, or give it away. "My own feeling at this mo ment ithai ;t should be given tn a syn; as .. complete %  um, as .. neci --. i edu Friday, January 31, 1964 ctaional adjunct. The history of a large pan of Judjum is written in these ceremonial objects, and our synagogue is where Judaism will surw >." In the meantime, the collection is on exhibit daily :rom 9 a in. to 5 p.m.. at Temple: Israel, before and after Friday ^ening services, and on Saturday and Sunday mornings until n on, It will be in Miami at tea t urftil the summer. GORDON ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORKS INC. 2148 NW 10 Ave. FR 3-7180 Have your root repaired now; yoi will save on a new • later ••Satisfactory Work by Experienced Wen" GABIES COIN SHOP COINS • STAMPS BOUGHT, SOID AND TRA0E0 2348 PONCE Of IfON BUO. Phone 445-75*1 • FRANCES MASSAGE f'.;N ,-,nc! 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Page 14-A •. lewis* fforidTifori Friday. January -Qi, 1964 Ufl listening Post: By SAUL CARSON Sephardic Jews Have Integration Probjem in Israel Today W.. •%. -. • ti ,. „ rnan p rl c that have the mental capacity, 'he QNE HALF the population of Israel consists of Jews who have come from Arab or Middle Eastern states, or are of Sephardic origin. They are sometimes loosely referred to as "Oriental" Jews, a term which has nothing to do with what the Western world calls the Orient. It is even less accurate than the word "Anglo-Saxon" which in Israel is used to designate all Jews coming from Englishspeaking countries anywhere. The narrow meaning of the word is unimportant so long as we know what is meant. One of the reasons why the satisfactory integration of the Oriental Jews into Israel life is a major national problem is that the course of action required runs contrary to a basic principle of the Zionist movement. The direction of certain ideals must be reversed, and once precious goals must be discarded in view of changed circumstances. The European Jews (Ashkenazis) who constituted the pioneer founders of the State of Israel were actuated by a desire to bring about also an economic and sociological restratification of the Jewish people. Too long had Jews been narrowly engaged in academic or professional pursuits, they said. If we are to be a normal people, we should lay less stress on intelleetualism. and learn also to be agriculturists, laborers, technical workers. This was a major aspect of the Zionist revolution. The Sephardi Jews who have come to Israel in such large numbers in the past fifteen years also want to bring about a revolution in their way of life, but they seek to move in the other direction. They find that they are becoming the hewers of wood and the drawers of water in Israel. Normalization of their way of life, they maintain, means that more of them should go into such fields as law, engineering, science, politics. Israel's Sephardi Jews understand that there arc historical reasons why the Ashkenazis overwhelmingly dominate as members of the Knesset, judges, professors, high officers of the army, top government officials, etc But they ask themselves: what are the prospects that our children may become eligible for positions of status and prestige in Israel's society? The answer lies almost exclusively in providing these young people with adequate and appropriate education. No matter what misinformed people mav sometimes report, there is practically no prejudice or discrimination against Sephardi Jews in Israel. In employment, as in social sta us, there is a natural partiality for the educated and more cultured individual, no matter what his origin or background. The Scphardis are at a disadvantage, since even the definition of culture is of Ashkenazi origin. Occasionally someone will whisper the question: Do they have the mental capacity, fhe native intelligence to measire up to European standards? The evidence is so overwhelmingly affirmative, so convincing, tnat there is no further need to multiply examples, of which there are many. It is not a handicap, per se, to be a Sephardi. Iitfleed, those who are familiar with Jewish history regard the Sephardi Jews as having been the elite of our people, as indeed they may well be again in an Israel which is striving mightily to correct in one generation the educational neglect of centuries. Better yet. true integration will bring about a fusion in which the distinction a* between Sephardi and Ashkemzi will disappear altogether. Browsing With Books: By HILARY MINDLIN Three Light-Hearted Books for the Young of All Ages AS I REMEMBER THEM. By Eddie Cantor. 144 pp. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 60 E. 42nd. E DDIE CANTOR'S short skip down memory lane is mild fun with a few good jokes thrown in. which is about all it was meant to be. His vignettes of the great stars of the "Golden Age" of show business include Ziegfield, W. C. Fields. Fanny Brice. Jolson. Caruso. Garbo. Will Rogers, and the rest of the gang — Benny. Marx, Judy Garland. Bea l.illie. and the raft of beloved comedians, many of them fish" and "Brewster the Rooster," this one also uses an easy-to-read vocabulary and painlessl) slips in us moral: think for yourself. Peter Ander son's illustrations, which almost move, make it ppily visual Kloridian Taines. when not fa-cinating children with rhyme and reason, or winning championship titles, keeps busy at other projec'.— like buiMing the Diplomat Towers THE MIGHTY VOICE: ISAIAH. By Miriam Gilbert. Illustrated by Simon Jeruchim. 138 pp. Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 222 N. 15th St. $2.95. \ / Miriam Gilbert's fine story of Isaiah is the sixteenth in the excellent Covenant Books series, whose aim is to portray heroic figures of the Jewish past in supplying background and incidents to rapport many of the prophet's words, she drew on ancient Near East history as well as Jewish tradition, ere ating adventures and characters to interest young readers. Very little is actually known of Isaiah's life; if not strict!) historical, this is nevertheless a pleasant way of clothing his great and shadowy figure, Panorama: By DAVID SCHWARTZ Between You and Me: Bv BORIS SM0LAR German Economic Influence in Israel Ending BEHIND THE ADVICE of the Depart %  ment of Commerce to America business firms to increase their dea i:igs with Israel is probably very mucl the fact that Israel will no longer ge any drodilcts from West Germany a reparations payments. Israel receive every year from West Germany during | the last decade machinery and good worth tens of millions of dollars as parti of the reparation.; payments. Israel's industrial development is due to machinery and equipment received from West German firms under the reparations pact. Machinery for Israel's copper mines and for other newly developed industries came from Germany. The Haifa harbor was extended and modernized with equipment lrom Germany. Even private industrial enterprises in Israel succeeded in securing machinery from Germany on the account of the reparations payments. These pavments are now coming to an end and Israel's market for importing industrial and other articles becomes wide open lor any country that can compete in prices, quality and salesmanship. The Department of Commerce, although not referring to the end of West Germany's payments to Israel, is well aware of the fact that Israel will not buy goods in Germany on a large scale unless it succeeds ."getting from the Bonn Government a large long-term Juun, On Panama and Suez PHE ONE RULER of his day whom Theodor Hcrzl never met was an| other Theodore — I mean Theodore | RooseVelt. And yet it would seem that r.K. was the one above all, whom H< I 1 ihould have met. Both had more in •ommon than the first name Both had n unusual flair for the dramatic; anil oth had the idea of building the Par ima Canal. tueuutM-a Koosevelt, as President of the United States, was responsible for bringing the Canal to completion, but Theodore Hcrzl had the tame idea. To be sure. Hcrzl was quite young when he conceived the idea When you are lo years old. building any' ling like the Panama Canal Isn't easy, and that's ho old Herri was when he got the idea. He confided the secret to no one hut his father and mother. He mint have had a great deal of persuasiveness, even then, lor his parents approved of it and had him entered at tfc Budapest Technical School so that he might get the D essary preparatory studies for an engineering career. It was a gr:-at ambition to Join the Atlantic arc Pacific Oceans but Herd really was never the man foe Mich a thing His genius was not technological but ratn er in joining the eceans of thought. We need the build *TI Of canals for such purposes as much and even more than the phvsical canals. Young Herd's ambition was simply a response me great ado made at the time over the Frenchmar lie Lessens, who built the Suet Canal. Later. De Lesserbega i the building of the Panama Canal, but the FrerM company collapsed in a sea of scandal, and the casil was finally bu.lt under the leadership of President TW> (lore Roosevelt. The situation in Panama is now something <> jeadache and the well-known publicist Edgar An*U "I"'' I !" 1 ? 8 in the Ne York Daily News, blame* America lor :t.



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Page 8-B + k*lst rfrrfdictr Friday. January M* 1964 Jewish Theological Seminary Will Cite Emil Morton for Service Here Emil Morton has been designated by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America to receive that institution's coveted National Community Service Award in Miami| on Monday, Feb. 24, it was announced this week by Dr. Louis Finkelstein, chancellor of the Sem-, inary. The award is a bronze plaque which is conferred each year by the Seminary upon a limited number of communal leaders whose ; "distinctive and continuing service to the community at large perpetuates the Jewish tradition of involvement in, and concern for the well-being of all men." Six others, also have been designated for the 1964 Award. Presentation of the plaque will be made at the Seminary's fifth annual convention dinner in the DiLirfo Hotel. The dinner will follow a special afternoon convocation at Temple Emanu-EI, where Gov. George Romney, of the State of Michigan, will receive the honorary degree of i Doctor of Laws from the Seminary. Gov. Romney will be the principal speaker at the dinner. jamin Abrams, of New York City; Ollie A. Cohen, Brookline, Mass.; Frank P. Goldblatt, Hamilton, Ontario; Louis Lerner, Cincinnati; Max Ratner, Cleveland; i.nd Justin G. Turner, Los Angeles. Morton, who is vice president of Temple Emanu-EI and co-chairman of the Combined Jewish Appeal, has long been an active supporter of local and national causes. He has contributed his efforts and resources to hospital drives and is a leading figure in the campaigns of United Jewish Appeal, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Federation of Jewish Philanthropies and numerous other Jewish and non-Jewish agencies and educational institutions. Morton is president of the building firm of Morton Brothers. He came here from New York to retire in Miami Beach in 1957, after having been active in his field for 37 years. But he soon tired of leisure time and purchased a large piece of property on which he erected Morton Towers. Merkos Honors Isidore Kramer* Mr. and Mrs. Isidore H. Kram er, active supporters of Chabad Lubavitch movement^jjvere honored Sunday at the annual ban quct of the Meroks Llnyonei Chi nuch. the movements educational branch, at the Deauville Hotel. The Kramers are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. A letter from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi M. M. Schneerson. congratulating the honorees and greeting those participating in the event was read by guest speaker of the evening. Rabbi Soloman Z. Hecht, of Chicago. Group was also addressed by Rabbi Dr. Leo Young, of New York, and Sam Kramer, New York attorney and brother of the honoree, who spoke of *•• important wrk done by Morttos OR "JCJ n le/"l|i on *'> nat or '**fc._JBit-. local seen*, stressing rt- local Camp Gon Israol of = Jrida, which will open its doe's this summer. A musical program was presented by the Greater Mianr Young Israel Choir, led by Benjamin Field. Evening was chaired* :>7 Com. Alex Gordon, and master of ceremonies was Rabbi David Lehrfield, of Knesseth Israel Congregation. During the evening plao,'..;; were presented to the honorees andto Mr. and Mrs. Abraham DOM "for dedication to Lubavitch." Other recipients of the CommunThe j ew ish Theological Semi:tv Service Award will be BenCINIMA Wtihmfton Ava.at ll3lhSI MiimiBich| Shows Continuous from 1:30 LEON SCHACHTER'S YIDDISH-AMERICAN VAUDEVILLE & FILMS O ON STAGE • A MusU-;ii c >medy Revue %  T Ht CANTOfS SON" with STEVf GAYNOR FRAN CROSBY KENNY BROOKS leon Schachier I Gitel Stein • ON SCREEN • The Kit mi us Mustcdte "THt STUDENT MHNCt" Matinee Evenings 55c 1.25 nary, which Morton has supported for several years, is the central institution of learning of the Conservative movement of Judaism. 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Among new facilities at Bill Johnston's beachside racing strip this season is ;i quiniela tote board which will give minute-to-minute calculation < > t ofds on each of the 28 different quiniela combinations. With the 1964 Miami Beach tourist season as ;i recordbreaker, Johnston anticipates a h 23rd yet r as head oi the "Track bj the Sea." Current records arc 427,401 for attendance, established in 1962. and tendi nee, i ed in 1962 year a go Tickets are limited and are available from JFCS. according to agency officials. Leon D. Fisher, executive diraster, and Mrs. B. B. Goldstein, president, said that "this is a cultural affair and the agency's contribution to the community. It is not a fund-raising event." Dr. Lerner is professor of American Civilization and World Poli. ties at Brandeis University. Among his noted works are "America as ;> Civilization and "The Age of Overkill." He has traveled as a journalist and scholar to almost every part of the world, and his datelines consistently include the major capitals of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle Fast. Dr. Lerner has been spending most ol the current year in Europe, living in Paris, on a Kurd Foundation grant for research and study of the "new Europe." ^w #' probably the world's smartest supper club., The STARLIGHT Roof at the Doral Beach, featuring dinner-dancing to MAL M ALKIN ..his piano and hit orchestra Sky-high atop the Doral Beach, Miami Baach'a neweat and moat liiiuriom hotel... featuring auperb a la carte continental cuiaine ,..and delightful dancing to the muaic of Mat Malkin, Hi* Piano and Hia 15-piece Orrheatra with charming Liaa Hall. In addition, Zatura and Hia Golden Strinte add romance to the magnificent gettingAbove you, 10,000 liny atari, embracing you with the moat breathtaking vmta of aea, airy and city. Reservations requested...M. 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ran& 14A Page 12-A 9-Jfwlstinarkiton Friday. January 31. 191 Lie Detector To be Exhibited Religious School assistants at Temple Beth Am, who remain in school afier confirmation, act as assistants to Mrs. Harry Ross, principal of the 1,000-member student body. Left to right (standingl are Susan Sarbey, Kathy Josephson, Dorre Kornberg, Susan Plaks, Susan Bernstein, Bonnie Blum, Karen Kruglick and Ellen Glasson. Seated are Muriel Light, Roberta Revitz, Ted Silver, Judi Clein and Lois Lippman. Missing from the picture are Shelley Perch. Merrie Blocker, Arlene Meyers and Penny Masters. _____ Grizzly Frankfurt Trial Continuing Continued from Page 1-A times that he had been assigned to the arrival ramp, he was not accompanied by any other medical personnel on four occasions. Other witnesses had testified that the doctors on duty at the ramp had the job of "selecting" the prisoners, deciding which of them was to go to the gas chambers immediately and which was to be ,'issigned to work details. "During those five months," .aid the doctor. "I never violated orders, but I did what I could to j urcunivent them." •What were you doing there. -.• hen you were all alone, without any other SS doctors' 1 asked Pre-, aiding Justice Hans Hofmeyer. | I reported to the command\ ont," the physician insisted, "and always told him I wasn't fooling wtll. Onee it had to do with my gall bladder, once with my stomach. Generally, I was excused. The selection of which inmates were to go to the gas chambers, and which were to be put to work, was always made by the commandant." Two dentists, who are among the defendants, had testified last Friday that the "selections" were always made by the physicians and SS officers on duty at the arrival ramp. 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Lucas remained silent, and the judge repeated the question, whereupon he replied: 'What difference would it have made? Most of those assigned to work gangs died later anyway." The Frankfurt authorities meanwhile invited the city's school youths to attend sessions of the trial 01 the Auschwitz defendants to improve their knowledge and understanding of the country's Nazi past. GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Ivery Doy • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8S83 A lie detector will be exhibited and its uses and pnricil^ _, scribed e* the next" brwwast oe> the Temple Zamora Brotherhood on Sunday in the Temple Social Hall. Conducting the demonstration; will be Everett Kay and Harold, Lokas. owners and operators of the American Lie Detector Ser-, vice. ______ Rabbi Kronish To be Specker Rabbi Leon Kromsh. of Tern nle Beth Sholom. will be guest speaker at the next meeting ot the Miami Beach Zionist District Luncheon Club on Wednesday noon at Waldman's Hotel, according to Jacob C. Fishman. chair man. Rabbi Kronish will review Sam Shankman's recent book "Mortimer May: Foot Soldier in Zion. Both May and Shank-man will be present at the luncheon. Included in the program will be community singing, and current I events will be presented by the Luncheon Club news editor. Dr. Abraham Wolfson. The breakfast will begin with services at 9 a.m.. followed by an "A*k the Rabbi** BflBaMC Lt. Cot Harold Shuman is president of the Brotherhood. AMERICAN ISRAELI A RELIGIOUS STORE & ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. JE 1-7722 $. Schwortf Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI & DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Scnoois & Private Use 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 W£ SPECIALIZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS From $7.50 We Deliver FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greater Miami's Largest & Oldest Supply House for Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. 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P.Trtr> 9-R Page 4-B *Jeni$H*>ricffo/r Friday. January 31, 1964 Ambassador Comay to be Honor Guest At Israel Bond Sponsors Luncheon Ambassador Michael Saul Co. lay, permanent representative of liie State of Israel to the United \ations, will be guest of honor at National Sponsors luncheon held i Oder the auspices of the National Women's Division of the Israel Bond Organization at FontaineMeau Hotel on Tuesday. The event, which will be held irr connection with the 1964 interrational inaugural conference for I>rael Bonds, was announced here l.y Mrs. Jan Peerce, National Women's Division chairman. National Sponsors are women who tach year invest $1,000 or more in Israel Bonds. Mrs. Peerce, who will preside, %  iiiti ii out that the luncheon will locus atttention on the launching of new five-year Israel Bond is,-ue. which will be floated on an international scale in Miami at the inaugural conference on the weekfid of Feb. 21. Comay, who will address over 1 000 women at the Sponsors Luncheon, will report on the latest Middle East developments at liie United Nations. One of Israel's leading statesmen and political experts, Mr. Comay previously served for over i.iree years as Israel's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary tinDominion of Canada. For I JWYA President Off to Confab Slate Department Presidents Jewish War Veterans Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Bernard Wander, v ill Httend the National Women's Forum and the JWVA National Fxecutive Committee meeting to he held in Washington, D.C during the first week in February. Mr-. Ben Haberman. recently appointed credentials chairman ol National Forum on Women's Serarity, will also attend the con-' c ave On their return, Mrs. Wander I id Mrs. Haberman will give a report to the March Quarterly Department meeting on the conit rence. a year before the status of the Israel Legation, in Canada was raised to that of an Embassy in 1954, he was First Minister of Israel to Canada. When Israel was established as an independent state in 1948, Mr. Comay was appointed director of the British Commonwealth Division of the Israel Foreign Ministry. He served as a member of the First Israel Delegation to the United Nations in 1948, and again from 1954 through 1956. Mr. Comay was born in Capetown, South Africa, and practiced as a barrister at the Capetown Bar. With the outbreak of World ". volu ntoered for miliJewish Agency for Palestine, servWar II. he *o |untoc "\ l ... the ,ng in Jerusalem and at the Unit tary duty and sened *. th U £ „ e Mrried ^ ^".nTSLoSe^S'lS S.1 missions in Australia. New Middle East and Europe lrom | ^^ ^ ^^ ^.^ ^^ vtt*tt^\-&A** t 5S5-S 1 of the Political Department of the^South Afnc. > MRS. JAN MKf 'Night In Israel' Will be Theme Of Mizrachi Women's Conference Temple Sinai Singles Temple Sinai Singles will hold ft get-acquainted dance on Sunday I i-ning, Feb. 9, at the Temple. MRS. JACK GERSON Academy Women Launch Project "The People of the Book" will be the theme of this year's He brew Academy yearbook, Mrs. Leonard Rosen, president of He brew Academy Women, has announced. Chairman of the Yearbook Com mittee of the Women's Division is Airs. Jack Gerson. Serving with Mrs. Gerson as associate chairmen are Mesdames Irving Firtel and Moses H, Rosenhouse. Mrs. Samuel Rosner. PTA presi dent, has been appointed chair-, man for the parents group. Joseph Cohen is chairman for the Hebrew Academy men's or-1 Sanitation, Herman Eisenberg, coordinator, said that all constituent groups ol the Academj are participating in the project. "A Night in Israel" will be the theme of the Florida Conference of Mizrachi Women's Organization of America opening at the Deauville Hotel on Monday evening. 8 p.m. An evening of music and the latest film from Israel bringing ( first-hand reports concerning the. progress of the many children iti its schools and children's villages is planned. Guests, including Rabbi Solomon Schiff. president of the Rabbinical Association, city and state dignitaries will appear, and the Jewish and Israeli music will be un der the supervision of Cantor Maurice Mamches. The function is sponsored by the seven chapters of Dade Court ty of the Mizrachi Women. Head ing the reception committee will be Mrs. Alvin Levenson and Mrs Harry N. Schwartz. Luncheon on the following day in the Napoleon Room of the Dean villc will honor Mrs. Mordecai Kirshblum. national vice presi dent, who has just returned from an extended stay in Israel. Some luncheon reservations are still available. stated Mrs. Alfred Stone, coordinator for Mizrachi Women in Florida. Cities of Miami and Miami Beach have proclaimed the week starting Feb. 3 as Mizrachi Worn en's Membership Week. Young Judea Picnic Torahnims, Young Judeans ol Beth Moshe. will hold a picnic Sunday at Greynolds Park in the log shelter beginning at 1 p.m. Opti-Mrs. Plans Dinner Dance Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach is planning for its annual dinner dance at the Fontaincbleau Hotel on Mar. 2. I The function will star Syd; Charisse and Tony Martin. Members of the organization are invited to the roof of the Reg ency Apts. on Friday afternoon. Feb. 7 to discuss reservations and tables for the Mar. 2 event. Mrs Emanuel Goldstrich is chairman. 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Page 6-B Imirt rtcrkfian Friday, January 31 1964 WOMAN OF THE WEEK Babette Thorpe was or > Y rt school -; % %  tem. She had always excellei in sports. She had even danced at Carnegie Hali. D fie war years, when Bert moved from to po-,t. Babette packed the two children in t'.e car and went right along. In one term. Irwenl to six different .Ins u BABCTTl Mr Daniel R. Franco, with three adorable daughters and another daujhtei or son aue io arrive in eariv summer And son Jay lives with his wife. Roberta, in St. Peter-burg, where he is in hilast year at Stet>on L-.w School. Alter being -ta'ioned ;n M re-day as well 13 oeifig awards chairman for Mt Sir.a. Hose Women's Auxiliary. The Thorpes go to all the football games but miss the days ot baseball at the old Flamingo Park. They also go dancing and know all of the new steps. They like to travel, believing in seeing America first. They've visited all the national landmarks and are the kind of people who read all thf print—even on tombstones. In between times Babette knits. She doe.the talking for both of them; Burt is the quiet one. He watches as she sparks, and is forever glad that a little four-year-old knew what she wanted. -K -ft •* IS CONTRACT BRIDGE A FRENCH GAME? French travel posters. French flags, even menus in French spelled out it was a French cortmental dinner at We-tview Country Club. After dinner, there was a bridge tournament. Charles Goren. the bridge expert, as well as Helen Sobcl. one of the leading women players, were there, observing and answering qustions. afterwards Air. bridge players were the F the -on of Mr. and Mrs David Greene. 1020 NE 147th St. Given in marriage by her brother. Michael Gold, the bride selected a traditional floor-length wedding gown of bridal satin with Aline skirt featuring circles of lace. The fitted bodice had a sculptur ed waist band of chant illy lace. boat neck rcembroidered with chant.. teed pearls, beads, and three quarter length The three I French illus fr of mat ag igle • She i in rmati ard ill hit< mplettfil tt MrMichael G matron or. Deborah Felberg. junior '.-: ibin 11 %  [room's s %  • man : BIRTHD A1E : It was a boy tor Mr. a:; Mrs. Steve Kcvelson. <•! Brooklyn. ti.Y. The new arrival waa born ,'jn, 28. Grandparents. R.ihhi and Mrs. Tibor Stern, of Beth Jac-.o Con. greuation, are flying to a'-^-ihu bria on Feb. 4. I dllliin MRS. JiffRtY GRilNt md Ronnie Silvers, Si Mrs Greene is a gra luate ol Mi Sei lor High, attended the University ol Florida and is ; student at the L'niversitj mi Her husband ia grad i Sorth Miami High and led the University ol Miami l[lowing a honeymoon trip t> I'la (he euple will it the University ol Miami campus. Beth Sholom Rites For Philip Hubers Miss Barbara Lee Ben-fag and Philip lluber were irmrriei Sunday. Dec. 29. at Temp' i Beth ,-holom with Rabbi Leon I-Crom.-h officiating. Daughter of Mrs. Selma .-.errog, the bride is a graduate c: Miami Beach Senior High, and • presently attending the Fone School ,,f Dental Hygiene at the University of Bridgeport The groom is also a gra ..ate of Miami Beach Senior High and attended the University of Florida. He is now associated wit* a Wall Street firm and attending I Wall Street Instituteol Final Charles W< 11 ri le's uncle, gave her in marria ;e, and maid of honor was Diana her sister Law rt n< e 11 ler, groom's brothei. %  > ted bi tt man. After a tour .-.long t i;.,-t coast, the young couple ..I live in Bridgeport, Conn. Paula Mirell's Engagement Told Mr ar.d Mrs. Michael Mirell. SVi 17th Ter., announce the -••ment of their daughter. Ann. to Mark Finkel. son 1 Mr and Mrs. Morris Finkel. Collins Ave. A graduate of Southwest Senfhe bride-elect is curMiami Dade Jun1 .ere she is majoring Ihe ire brieV :ra*aaai TiiM-T'ttfM-Truli-Tffni! 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Friday, January 31. 1964 'Jmlsliflrrirfftr Page 7-B %  RATIONAL Children's Cardiac Hospital held its third annual Coronation Ball on Saturday ni£ht at the Deauville ilotel. Program chairman was Judge Milton A. Friedman, and lor the m;i-ion Mrs. Friedman wore a 'nil-length gown in the palest ot pink peau de soie. Her bodice %  ,is jeweled to the Empire waist line, and her full-length coat was :i a deeper shade Of pink peau de sine MrAl Jacobson's white gown Brown, Younger Vows Said Here At Balmoral Sheila Louise Younger and Ar 'mi Irwin Brown exchanged nup ,.il vows on Saturday. .Ian. 25. I the Balmoral Hotel. The bride the daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Jack Younger. 5920 SW 16th St d the parents of the bridegroom -lie Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brown. Forest Hills. N.Y. The late evening ceremony, per.ornied by Rabbi Alfred Waxman. \v followed by a reception at the not el. Attending the bridal couple were Mis Marilyn Margulies and Pauli 'te Cohnstein, matron and maid i honor, an.l Michael Margulies, best man. ^ A Iniversity of Miami graduate, Mrs. Brown served as president t (Jamma Sigma Sigma Her band is a graduate accountant i New York Iniversity and be long! to Beta Sigma Rho Fraternt\ On their return from a honey on in Jamaica, the newlywedi "ill live at 3031 SW 27th Ave. was embroidered with gold and silver lame an,1 sprinkled with emerald green brilliants. Reds and pinks blended in the floral print chosen by Mrs. Leo Rob lnson. Her bodice was asymetncally draped, and her skirt had controlled gored fullness Mrs. Leslie Fairmont, who was honored as Lady Cardiac, chose a rcil bodice on a white fulllength skirt, an.l Mrs. Henry Jacobson, who was crowned Queen, wore white with the Cleo* \\Yni, r-Kahn MRS. 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Her floor-length gown had impressed pleats in her skirt anct an illusion bodice which was sectioned. Mrs. Abram Baker's lull-length chiffon was in petal pink and completely hand-bead ed with cavier beads. Satin-lined bugle beads banded her scoop ed neckline, and a shocking pink velvet stole completed her en semble. £REATED in Hong Kong was w the gown worn by Mrs. Ben Essen. All in white, the Oriental -tyled gown was completely hand-beaded, form the high mandarine collar to the slit in one side of the skirt. Mrs. Saliy Prankcl's brocade was in Carmen red and gold, and had an almost strapless fitted bodice and sheath skirt. Mrs. Jules Arkin chose a white silk crepe gown with a headed bodice. White silk brocade \\;is worn by Mrs Nat Wolf, with the bodice in an overblouse effect and embroidered in iridescent sequins. Canadians who winter in Florida are the Louis and Samuel Reitmans. Mrs. Louis Reitman selected a white Alaskan silk gown with the "A" silhouette skirt and an overblouse of black lace with the Canadian maple leaves in lace appliqued to the bodice. Mrs. Samuel Reitmans hand-beaded gown was a Balenciaga Original. In white chifton. it was beaded with silverlined bugle bea:ls and crystal brilliants arranged in diamond patterns. Mrs. Sclma Oritt wore white peau de soie with a squared neckline and featuring a very deep slit in the sheath which showed gold brocade. Mrs. Ralph Cobb's black knit gown had a decollete V-neckline which was detailed with a heavy band of gold bugle beads. Gold cavGoldsteins Tell Janet's Betrothal To Melvin Gordon A I.ill wedding is being planned by Janet Elaine Goldstein and Melvin C. Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Gordon. 510 SW r>lst Ct. Announcement of the betrothal is made by the parents of the future bride. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldstein, of Jacksonville. Miss Goldstein was educated in Jacksonville and attended the University of Florida. Her fiance will graduate from the University of Florida in April and then enter the university's law school. Coronation of the 1964 "King and Queen of the Land of Mending Hearts" was the highlight of the National Children's Cardiac Hospital annual benefit ball Saturday a the Deauville Hotel. While Dr. Doran Zinner places the crown on King Richard I. Berenson, chairman of the hospital's Board of Governors, Mrs. Lee Ra'ner arranges the bejeweled crown for the new Queen, Mrs. Henry Jncobson, with Judge Milton A. Friedman, program chairman, lookina on. Some seven-hundred S50 and S100 a plate party-goers were at the affair, with all proceeds going to the fight against heart disease in children. ier beads were sprinkled over the figure molding gown. An authentic sari was worn by Mrs. Jack I'opick. In ombred gold and green, it was draped in the Oriental manner, %  ulRS. Everett Blasberg was in %  an emerald green brocade formal with hard beading over the fitted bodice. Scoop-necked and with three-quarter-length sleeves, the skirt featured controlled fullness in a modified bell silhouette. Black silk was worn by Mrs. Donald Eanetl. Her ensemble featured a white satin blouse with a jeweled rolled iveckline. Black matalesse with a beaded fringed hem was the choice of Mrs. R. Edward Wood. Mrs. Royal F. Jonas' gown was two-piece with a draped neckline on the pink chiffon hip-length overblouse and pink and gol.1 brocade in the floor-length skirt. The pink was repeatei ii the full-length satin coat which lopped her -own. Mint green peau de soie with Silver cavier beads creating ;< lloral spray pattern was worn by Mrs. Manuel Riskin. white waffle-embossed peau de soie was selected bj Mrs. Jay Kotzen. Her sleeves were of Norweg in fox. 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Page 2-B vJtwistnerkHa* Friday, January 31, 1964 0ilt-0f-T0WnerS ImB Tenor Scheduled C—^.— |U. Ted Landesman, managing dtAt Jerry Sperling iec tor of Waldman's Family Hotel. has announced that Nico Feldman, Bar Mitzvan tenor <>t the isrueii op.-ra com' pany, will head the list of interJerry Alar. Sperling celebrated imiitmnl gfpj ttrfdfHain rill Hi his Bar Mitzvah. and his brother during the winter season. Jackie Stephen was reaffirmed on Sat ^ason, who has appeared on th^ urday, Jan. 25. Held in the mam Ed Sullivan Show, Lenny Kent ; sanctuary of Beth David Congre an() many others, will also appear gation. both ceremonies were con iit vvalrtman's. ducted by Rabbi Norman N. Sha Ternand Stephen are the sons WOlTieil tO ToUr of Dr. and Mrs. Julius S. Sperl TJA AaenCieS ing. 1915 So Miami Ave.. who **•#••% IJCIH.iej hosted a Kidclusli and luncheon A "See-it-Yourself" bus tour o c following the rites, and a receplocal Federation agencies ha* tion and dinner at the Seville been scheduled for Tuesday. 11 Hotel in the evening. a.m. to 2 p.m.. by the Combine.! Among out-of-town guests here'-'ewish Appeal. Young Women* for the double celebration were Division. Annual workshops of the Council of PTA's of ereth Jacob Congregation; Mrs. Seymour AlterBea and Samuel Root, of WashMrs. Marshall Harris will be :he Bureau of Jewish Education will be held man. Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Robert. Frank, uigton. D.C.. Mrs. Root is long chairman of the tour, and Mrs. on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 8 p.m., at Temple Temple Emanu-El; Mrs. Samuel Hirsch, Tern; time friend and former classmate Aaron Fair commentator tor .Beth Sholom. Plans for the workshop include pie Beth Sholom; Mrs. Sydney Gans, Temple a panel discussion involving Rabbi Saniord Emanu-El; Mrs. Al Kaufman, Bern Torah ConSeltzer, of the Union of American Hebrew Congregation; Mrs. Lawrence Scher, Beth David gregations,Miss Jeannette B. Schwartz, of the Congregation; and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman, YM and YWHA of Greater Miami; and Mrs. Beth David Congregation. Standing (left to Bernard Stevens, community leader and parright) are Mrs. J. Miller, Beth Jacob Congregaent. Panel discussion will be followed by tion; Mrs. Norman Harrow, Temple Menorah, buzz sessions in three areas on the general president of the Council of PTA's; Mrs. Irving subject, "Stepping Stones to Good Jewish Kushman, Temple Beth Sholom; and Mrs. Jack Schools." Planning for the workshop are Parker, Tifereth Jacob Congregation. seated (left to right) Mrs. Hyman Gross, TifCedars Women List Enrollment Sperlii or at the Sperling nuptials. MilGreater Miami, the Jewish Home drcd and husband Wilbert Needle lor the Aged and the Sheltire i man. of Fort Myers; Mr. and Workshop of the Jewish Vocation Mrs. Irving Lipton. with daughal Service on the grounds of ter Lisa, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob• Douglas Gardens, ert Sperling and son Michael, all Mrs. Albert Weintraub is chairof Orlando. > man of the Young Women's Di\ision In addition to the agency Shore Unit Meefina ,ou^s • ,hose attendi 8 "Hi hear more nn meenng Q{ |he wQrk of he Bureau 0 Jew Mrs. Irving Firtel, president %  ish Education. Jewish Family and Shore Unit Woman's Corps, Pap Children's Service and lit. Sinai volunteers will get under wav anicolaou Cancer Research Insti Hospital, all beneficiaries of the eithin ten riavs Mrs I ntterman i tute at Miami wi COBdUCl I annual Combined Jewish Appeal | board meeting at 10 a.m. on Mon The tour will leave at 10 am Women's Auxiliary of Cedars ol | ficially welcomed at the Auxilsaid, to familiarize the new memday a| he Roncv p| aza Hotel, from the Federation Office. 13! Lebanon Hospital has announced) iary's next meeting on Feb. 18 bers with the different phases of General meeting will follow at 1 Biscayne Blvd. Fee will iiicludthc enrollment of new members at the hospital, lor 1964. President Mrs. Ted Lotterman laid the volunteers will be of m AMASS m a* TETLEY TEA A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 V. therei Vom To* spirit te this fine let..."flavor crushed" lor hlllett strength tad stimi*. latloo... richer taste and plea* • re wick your ileishigs and %  Hchlft tad beien seal f moment... Added to the membership rosI ter are Mesdames Stanley Branl deis, Bernard Cronin, Virginia I Gary, S. Frieds, Irene Knight. Howard Levy, Albert Lcvick, San j (Ira Morrell. Stanley Rosenstrauch, S;:rah Wernicoff, Millie Karp, Loretta Bernstein. Irwin Cutler, Pedro Greer. Leo Katz. Louis Levin. Mesdames Perry London. Murry Mandell, Robert Rodenberg. l.obert Schweitzer, Sanford Zabler,, Belle Ross, Joyce Christie. Jack Furman, Pay Gunshaw, Alex Ker nish, Dorothy Levine. Sylvan Lipkin. Bea Marinello. Freda Robson. Stanley Watts and Milton Zucker man. Orientation programs for the ting patient-care and the new ly-expand p.m. Program will be a lecture transportation and luncheon at tried hospital facilities. \ and film on lung cancer. Jewish Home for the Aged. HAPPY NEW TASTE! Ttrttf.ed Kosher % %  I* $trid Rabbinical ftp—frff Rabbi to Review Chaplaincy Book The second in a series of Tern pie Menorah Book Reviews will be held on Wednesday evening. Feb. 12, in the Temple's Social Hall, when Rabbi Mayer Abramo mitz, spiritual leader of the Tern pie, will review "The Conversion of Chaplain Cohen." by Rabbi Her bert Tarr. Rabbi Abramowitz. who served as chaplain with the United Stales Army during World War II. will in addition to reviewing the book relate some of his own experiences in the chaplaincy. *.—.. I I <_. HOLLAND HONEY CAKE MS DELMCMOrS NO FAT or SUGAR is used in the making HONEY being the only Sweetening! BUY A LOAF TODAY! IT IS GOOD FOR YOU! AT YOUK HtAtTH fOOD STORC, MARKtT OK WAlGRUNi I Delight your family with Kasha Soup tonight KASH FREE KASHA COOKBOOK C4S r* Hew recipes and menu ideas for modern meals *L and entertaining with Kasha. Address request SERVE. to; pnynj, Wolffi Penn Yan< New YorK MAM, THAT'S A DISHI It's wonderful what a cup of Instant Chase &. San born gives you! The extra flavor, extra aroma, extra richness of pure coffee nectar -the richness that's been missin g in instant coffees. No wonder so manyJewish families serve Instant Chase 4. Sanbornthe extra-rich coffee. Delicious! Enjoy some soon. Chaset Sanborn L COFFEE Kosher-Parve ft '>',*.' -• • Pura coffee nect rich coffee essem f'om the f,n,.i Culombi„n beans -*/ %  Instant Chase & Sanborn...A nachas & geshmak o



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Friday, January 31, 1964 •*• k**Uh n rr 9r*g*>r> LEGAL NOTICE Page 15-A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF fLORIDA. IN AND FOR L ADE COLNTY. IN CHANCERY. No 64C 717 I I H (J.. \S"'N It', us Alllllinlstl.,I rel.illWall's. .Ill OfflCCI „f ,i„. i ted • %  "•' %  "' Vmerlcn, ami (I,,, BU --orI" such office, mill ,, ,.i il lr n---'is, inllff, .KK REESE, it IIV. %  .-ndaiits. NOTICE OF SUIT | ., id •• BY DEE REESE and it.AitKAHA LEE REESE ;KA Basfa i %  n dad. uhlo Vol' Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED lliai .i • has i n brought against Ion l.y ., s. GLEASON, Jit., a.-. AdI in %  %  %  ir of \'••i"i-ui> Affair*, an |i:ic-r i'.' The Bulled States of Amerl ,. .,ni blAj.SUCcesaurs in such Otlice, Inil hi* %  "•* their asslgne. In foreclose I inn: tgage encumbering tinfollowIdi • '•• %  '! pn-prt) tO-Wtl : I.,.I> ifl II and is, in r.iock 10, .-.,. TH MIAMI HEIGHTS, \|I|I| :i>.\ "i: according to the hil.it tvVeof, a recorded in Plal iiutik 2. at |*ig> M. of tl"public records "i Dade County, Florida; J • required to file your answer wtt> Hi" Clerk "f the Circuit %  % %  itif • i i Mill* County, I lorida, at the %  ourthoi — In Miami, Florida, on or I Fvbrtuirj !6, l4, and to serve %  ropy t4 such answer upon l>.v\"il > c.vrsMAN, Plaintiffs attorney, Ihoxe ... in*, is un East Flagler %  reet, Miami 33, Florida, on or n. il.il.-. .iri'qiiireil by the n> ,-: Florida, if you fall to do i. Hi. omplalnt M be taken aa knife seed by you and a Decree Pio hnfrseo '-'Hi be entered against you thi % %  .i,-r demanded in the contain! h'\ I"! tula SI day ..f January, 14 B. DEATH ERMAN '.•' %  < of tli.' i 'Ircult ?ourt •.ide County, Floi Ida Bj K. M 1.V.MAN I leput) Clerk I iVIH CAT8M \N aiter fltreei 1..i ill.i t -•!. SI, S 7, II THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN A\ O FOR OADE COUNTY. FLDRIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61577.B Dowling UK it,,,i t il.'ISE I:MII.MI\. ;> %  n u a •I'ISF. RAHMINGS, a k a I.Ol'ISE VMM IN ;. a k n EFFIE l.ui'isi: vn \i. % %  .s. u k .i EFFIE L-oi'isE AIIMI'. ;. u/k a EFFIE Loi'ISE XNIS, .1 k a l,i K'IBE MINN IS, i ., L, : "I.-1-: HKIIMINi:. •a.-,,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS \ii, -.liters and All Person* llavor Uemunda Aaainai Haiti lut. | • MI hereby notified and r.-presenl an) claims and '...ii ) ..II maj have against %  ii.:or EFFIE i.< >i ISE i %  •'' INGS, k i LOUISE RAHMINGS, k .i I. •' l.si: K.ll.iii.x'i;, .i R ., r.r K l.< -K RAHMINGS, a k .1 BF' i: I." • ISE RAH.MIX.;, a k :, BF' IK 1.1 %  -i: .MINNIS. a k a LOUISE sVNNIS a k a LOI I.T. I.,.,, Ni i. •., a-,,,1 late of 1 '.okunty, Florldu, t., the County I I lade Count). and file the ll>ll< aiand api..\ ui, ii in I. IS, Florida Hlatulea, In •i in thi Count) Court• Ii ,.I,IH County, Florida, with • •'iilai in,,nil,from the time : -' pubiu ., i .< MI u.i.i'i, ,.i .... • barred, led Miami, Florida, Ihla 15th utr) A I %  ISM31 I I '1.\ > I'llACHAN Aa Administrator %  ii. al i ilii.n,,ii, .• mi %  'nil %  of January, l'J4. Ill\NH ItUUINbtl.N %  i Adinlnlatrator i !• itadi i % %  a. rul HIIIK :I II 1 24, 31, ;-T. II 10-'CS6Y PUBLICATION [HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ^ENTK JUDICIAL CIRCU T OF lOF'OA IN AND FOR DADE fO. STY. IN CHANCERY, No. 64C 960 UtC. I %  |i. KARP, nit. SLIT FOR DIVORCE 1 l •KB I %  K .i • li-i iek Cirlln t.t*% ;i-i >.i,. i -i. HI. X, n York, N V [' irtea iv K.,i|,. are hereby •al a i .ni ,., i.i.n. ,. i i*aa been filed asainal you, • re<|ulred tu aerve a cop) '• laWI • or I'l.-anilii; I" In.' impluini on the P'nln "'N "• %  "i' Ill ii. SO si:. Flral Miami, r ,i a \ -ii.i,,, pleading in the the i i.ik ol in.i irouil or beiore the tnd day ,,i 14. If > IMI rail lii do BO, by Uefaoli mil be taken Hi f.T ili.< relief demanded : l omnlnlnt. •• ahnll he publlahed once .'.'." %  ••II.-,-. 'll,IM< 11. %  •!>.I W 1811 KI.OltlDIAN t" N 1RI>KKBU al Miami. %  >n "711. tut) of January, [i I' \ TIII. I:\IA.V. ciefk, Kurt, Daile County, Florida B\-, K M I.V.MAN peput) Clerk >\l n Avenue rlila >: %  Plaintiff 1 31, i 7-1I-.M DAYBHU BY HENRY LEONARD "Now, repeat after me: I hereby promise .... that in the future .... I will faithfully attend services .... every Friday night." Cf. 1f*3, BrA PrediKlieai LkVAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61665-B in l:i: Batate of Jul'v I1I.1JS, 11. • .-,-,. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS r,. All rredltora ami All I'.i—,ni liaiaiu Clalnia or Uentanda Aaulnal I aiald i:-iai,You are hereby notified and reuuired to preeenl any laimand demanda uiii, h you may have agalnnt the estate ,,i JUHN III..--.-, ae,,.,-,,! late of Dade County, Klorlda, to the County Judtrea -f liade County, and file Hi.aante in ilupli.-at.and as provided In Bectlon 733.16,] Florida Btatutea, in their offlcea In the Count) Courthoiuw in I'a.le County, l lortda, within nix calendar i uiontlis from tlitime of the flrat publication hereof, oi the aame will bibarred. Dated at Miami, Florida, tlii* Slat day of January, A.l. r.o'.l. /a REhlNA HEHS As Executrix Flrat publication of tills notice on Hi.Jltli day of January, IBet. THEODORE It. NBLHON, K.S^.. Attorney for Kxi-rutrix iio", i.in, ,.iu Road, .Miami Beach, Fla. 1/24, SI, 1/7, II LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61875-B in RE: Eatnte of AARON WEINKLE Deeeaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor!, ami All IVraona HavIna Clalmv or Demands Agalnat Said I.'a!,-: You are hereby notified and requireil to preeenl an) claims and demanda which you mu) have agalnat the palate of AARON WEINKLK deeeaaed lute ol Dade County, Klorlda. to the fount) Judge* of Dade County, and to file the aame in duplicate and as provided in Mevtlon 133.16, Florida Htalutea, in tbeir offices in the Count) Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, wit Ii in si\ ealendar montha from the time of the first publication hereof, ,.r the .same will l„I, .IT I ,',l Dated at Miami. Florida, this L'litli da) ,,i .lanuari. A.D. r.oii. FIRST NAI'l.iNAI. HANK • %  -' MIAMI It) a |..i.\Al.l> It. TIIOMl'SUN Vfce-IYeaident iind Senior Truat >i i leer As Exerutor .-i Eetate of Aaron w tinkle, Deceaw 'I MYERS. HEIMVN A: KAPLAN Ii) I., HIS 11 El MAN Att. : ne) for Executor I16U S.W i-i Street, Miami. Florida l -34, SI, :'-7. 11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61741 C lii RE: Estate ol MORRIS It HRIMJANT I i, .a.-,,I NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditor" and All Persona llavlni! Claims or Demands A^.UOM Bald Batate: You are hereby notified and reQuired to preaent any lalius ami demands which you niave have against tli. estate ol MORRIS It. Illtl I.I.I ANT deceased late ol Dade County, Florida, t,the County Judges of Dade t'ounty, and file the sain.in dupli,at,and as provided In Hpctlon 733.16, Klorlda Statutes, in their offices In the "",„iiuy Comili,,us.in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first puMloati. II hereof, or the same will l,p barred l>ii t Miami, l-ioriilii. this l::ih ,;.n of January, AD. IM4. JENNIE B. llllll.I.IANT As KXOCUtliX First publication of ihlnotice on ill. 17th da) "1 January, linil. Ml I.T IN A. FRrfcll Mtnrne) fm ICxecntr'lx :;-, N.i: Slat b'treat, Miami "' l l;-:i-:!-'.• T NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 306 RoltKItT f. HARRISON, I'la Hit ill'. %  vsJOAN K. HARRISON, 1 i.-t. n,lalil. SUIT FOR DIVORCE To: JOAN K HARRISON ::.*, Heryeant Btreet Nutly. New Jersey Yo ii. JOAN E. HARRISON, are hereby n,,tifi,-,l that a Mill of Complulnt for Divorce has been filed afratnst you, and you arrequired to .-• iv. a opy ,,f your Answer or I leading to th.Kill ,,( Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney, V. ROBERT CARLJS7.E, SO s.K. 1st Avenue, Miami 32, Florida, and file the oiialnal Answrer or PleitdlM in the offi. f the Clerk of the Circuit Court mi or before th,:'lth day of February, 1964. If you fuil to il so, jiidtiii.-nt l.y default will be taken against you for the relief demanded in the Kill of <'omplalnt. This aotloe -hull iipublished once each week for four consecutive weeka in Till' IKUISH l'l.o|(ll>IAN. DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami. Florida, this Stnd day of January, A.D. 1964. i: II I.I:A THERilAN, CTerk Circuit Court, Dade County, Horlda H'ii, nit Court Seal) By: C. P COPBI.AND Deputy I'l.-i-k V". ROIIERT lAKI.lSl.i: In si:. 1st Avenue Miami ..:'. Florida i 34, 31, S/7, 11 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HKItl-:nv OtVEN that the underahxnod, d.-sinnif to engaite in bualneaa und.-r th.flctloua name of KKI.I.IK INTKRNATIONAI. VVIUS at lin.le County. Klorida. int.-nils to r.-Kist.-r said num.with the t'lerk Of the I'ireuit Court of Oade County, Florida. KI-:i.I.ll-: INT KH NATION A I. WIOS, INC. a Florida Corporation 331 Senility Truat Blag., Miami, Kla.. owner 1 84, SI, 7, 14 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN ANO FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61761-B In RE: Batate of ABRAHAM 81I.VER, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T,, All Creditors and All Persons Efavlna claims or Demands Asulnst Said Estate: You are her* by notified and required to preaent any claims and demands whl,-h you may hay.against the estate ..I ABRAHAM SILVER deCeased late ot Dude County, Florida, iith.cunt. Judges of Dade County, ami file the --aimIn duplicate and as provided in Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the linnof the first publication hereof, .-i the same will h,barred. Dated at Miami, Florida. Ilii-'-'n-l day of January, A.D. I94. MILTON R. MAKNHEIMBR AExecutor First puldlcation of this notl n the 34th da) of January, 1964 KOVNER & MANNHKIMER .ion Dupont llasa Center Miami 31, I'l. ri.la Attorne) for Executor I : %  (. 31. 7. li ATTENTION ATTORNEYS! *• Jewish fk rkJi&n solicits your legal notice)*. W appreciate yout patronage and guarantee accurate service at legal rates Dial FR 3-4605 lor messenger service LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai th.undersigned, desiring t.> engage in bualness undel the fictitious name of MIAMI DIAL REFINISHINU at 139 N.I-:. 1st St. Miami Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count). Florida. OSCAR SAItZO l 17-24-31. Z 7 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai the unata signed, desiring to engage in bualness under the fictitious name ,-f DRESS DESIGNS at WM N.E. 7Mh Road, Miuml, Flu., Intends t" register .-aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,,l Dade County, Klorida PATRICIA BAKKR sole owner BIBGEL, ALBERT, WEISS & I.VdNS Attorneys for owner l 14, 31, !-7, l • IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61459-B IN RE: Estate of HA ML'EL REESE Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All Parsons llaving claims or Demands Against Bald I Estate: You are hereby notified and r--| quired to preaent any clulms and d< in.Hi.I.which you may have ugainst the estate ,-f BAML'EL REESE d, i-cuaed late of Dade County. Florida, t>> the County Judges ,,i l'a,l. county, and fll, th,same in duplicate and as provided m Section 7:13.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices in the County Com ih,,ii-.: iii Dude County, Klorlda, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication u< oi. or the acme will be barred. Dated al Miami. Klorlda, this "th da) ,-( Janunr). A.D. 1964. Ml iNR< IE KK.r.Sf". As Executor First publication of this nol th,I'-th dav of January, I will. KOVNER ft MANNHEIMER Attorney f,,tExei utor :ln Dupoiii I'laxa Center I 10-17-24-31 on An* 11 lame* ICE UNDER nous NAME LAW ns HERKBV GIVEN thai deal lut t,, engage in wr the fictitious name ,,t KIM I \ SALON at 7X15 Miami, Dade Count v, % ml.t,, i vain ter said name !• '"I% %  he .' r, uit Court %  Pity, Kl : Ida oil Ri ><; i: i: s PllEl t Iwi ['•-I• Rldg. P%  i I 17-34-31-2 ; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 613962-B In RE: Eat He ol I.M:.-I l, I-. IIII.I.IARI'. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors ami All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: v .II are hereby notified and required I,, nresent any claims ami demands which v "ii mave have against ii atute ,-i II VKid.l' I-. BILLIARD ,!-,,.,-,,i late of Dade County, Klor|rla, t" Hi.Count) Judges .-t Dade County, and file lite same In dunll id January. 1S-6I. CLAt'DE M. BARNEB. Attorne) for Mary HIHlurd, Administratrix •OS Calumel Buildlni Miami. Florldu ,, ., 1 1, •_ I i IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 60336-A In KK: Estate ol (JENIEVE ill ssiI-: McCORMICK In-ceased CREDITORS and All Persons Demands. Against IN THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61756-C In RE: Estate of T1IKOR1A KAVI.I-:s HOl'BTON, l„ iiNOTICE TO To All Creditors Having claims or Said Estate! V,-u are hereby notified and requlred t>, nresenl an) claims and do-! maud.which \>ii mays have against the eMate oi OESIBVE c.issii: MeOOBMICK, deceased late of Had.-, Cinintv. Florida, to the County Judges of Dade Count., and file the sam.in duplicate and a> provided in Bectlon 733.16, Klonda HtutUtea, in their offices iii the County Courthouse in Dade County. Florida, within ,-ix calendar months from the time of Ihe first publication hereof, or the tame Mill IH. barred Haled at Miami. Florida, thia :• tu dav of January, A.D. K"',i CI,AI-|II: M BARNES As Executor of the Batate of i;. nleve I lusale M< (lormick CLAt'DE M BARNES Attorney for Executor 203 Caltinii-i Building Miami. 33. Florida 1/17-34-31-! NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ih undersigned, desiring t" •'"business under the fictitious name DIVERSIFIED PCBLICATIONS IOS0 ••':' Street, Hay Rnrbor Island Miami 3SC.4, Flu Intends nreglst said i ime itli Ihe Clei k % %  the < i .-uit Coun of c '• %  Cointy, hlorld S \M C.M.I'M VN MAI'RR'E ROBE partners 1 17-34-31-2 NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 542 PAI.MIRO Pi: I.A TORRE, Plaintiff, % s. rt'ANA DE I.A TORRE, I 'I. ndant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Tl': Juana de la Torre Residence I'nknown You, Junna de la TOITC, are hereby notified thai a Bill ,,f Complaint for oi\,,i.,has been filed against you, and you are rt-.niir.-d to serve a copy of \.,ur Answer ,• Pleading to the Kill of Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney, Manuel Znlac, 303 Blscayne Building, Miami. Klorida 33130. and file th,original Answer or Pleading in the office of the Clerk of tieCircuit court on or before the lxth day uf February, 1064. If you fall t.> do .-,,. Judgment b) default will be taken agalnat you for the relief demanded in the Kill of Complaint. This notice shall lpublished once each week for four consecutive Weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN, DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,; Florida, thi13th .lay of January, | A P. IM4, I-: B. I.E VTIIKRMAN. Cli Clrcuil Court, had,County. Florida is. all B) : K M. I.YMA.N Deput) Clerk Vi vNCEL BAIAC :n .Risen) ne I lutldlng Mi .mi. Florida 331 10 Altui a, for Plaintiff 1 17-24 II, 2 7 NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors .-.n.l All Persons Having Claims or I'.-uiallds Auainst Said Estate: Von anhereby notified and r.-qulred Lpi, -,nt any claims ..ml demands which you may have against the .-'at THKoRIA KAVI.KS IP i|'ST< N dece ised la t I 'ad.Countv, Klorida. to the County Judges of Dade County, and file the sam.in duplicate and as provided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida Statutes. In their offloes In th.County Courthousi is Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first publication hereof, or the -a ill be barred, Dated at Miami. Florida, this th iUi) of January. A.D. l64. s KAKKI.'IT M RoTHKNI'-KRi; As Administrator C.T.A. Flral publication of this notice on th.21 Oil) of January, IM4. CAIDIN Sc ROTHENBEIUi Atti'rneys fur Aominlstrator, C.T.A. ::.i", Rlaco) ne Bullriing Miami, Floriilu 1 21. 31, 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. €3C 13911 THE WII.I.IAMSKl K.lll HANK, Plaintiff vs. .IAMBS 17. RICK. Defenilunl NOTICE OF SUIT To: JAMES E, RICE, 340S 23rd Mr.-, t iulfpoi t. Mississippi You nre hereb) notified • I... \. cuptl 1 action has stltuted against you in th I i NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Ni ITU "K IS HEREBY GIVEN the undersigned, desiring to engag business under the fictitious n.n,i. BOND sri;i:i:i BARKER SHOP :::il Blscayne Blvd., Miami, Fla., tends t,, register said nami with Clerk oi th, Circuit Court of i Count). Florida. DAVID ROSE 1 10-17-2 that ,in %  ,. at inthe ud< 1-31 SAVINGS t iix. el al. that 1.,-, n the InClrcult Court of ihe nth Judicial Circuit ,.f Florida in and ror Dade Countj t" f.,r,-.-los... mortgage upon the following ,1--, i bed real property: Lot ".. block IS Flral Addition to Carol city according to the I'lat th.-roi. r, di-d in >••• • P •••' at Page 19 ,,f the Public Records ,,t I hid, County, Klorlda. You are requujejl to ule your answer to plaintiffcomplaint with the Clerk ,-f the aforesaid Court, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs att,-no | MARTIN FINE lltli Floor, I'a.lKi I, al Building Mianii 32, Fli rlda not lat.-r than I'ebruar) 26th, 1964, or u i H • %  -•' Pro Confeaeo will l>, entered against > ou. I ..it. ,1. Jan. %  ". 19S4, E. II. I EATIIER.MAN Clerk ,,i the Circuit Court By; (I P. >< IRELAND i, ,iitv Clel M VRT1N FINE \ I :..i II. I f,i I %  la i Kh l"l: %  i %  Frdi ral Bldp Miami I 24, 31, 2-7. II 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 \v CAR1UN, Plaintiff, vs. ELAINE A CARRIN, Defendant. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: Elaine A, Corrln R.F.D. west i'awii-t, Vermont You. Elaine A. Carrln, are hereby notified that a Kill -,t Complaint for Divorce has been filed against you, and you ai,required t-serve a cony of your Answer or Pleading t-the Kill of complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Stanley E. Goodman, 26*8 N.W. t.2 Street, Miami. Florida 33147, ami file the original Answer ,-r I'leading in the office of the Clerk of ihClrcult Court on or before Ihe 13th day of February, IM4. If you fall to do so. judgment by defsuli will be taken agalnai you for the relief demanded In tinBill .-f Complaint. 'Iln.n • shall be published once each week for four oonsecutlxe weeka in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONE AND ORDERED al Miuml, Florida, tin2nd day ol Janunr) A D. :: %  •: i I-:. K LEATHERMAN, Clerk. i 'in-iilt Court, I tide 'ounty. Kloi (seal) B) i:. E, GRI BIS, lieput) Clerk STANLEY i:. GOODMAN 3638 N. W. 12 Street Miami. Florida :l::117 Attorney for Plaintiff 1 10-17-21 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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rage 6-A +J&*ist noridiar Friday, January 31, 1964 ..: %  De Gaulle And Mas Joseph Mazer Will Chair Founders' Luncheon for Hebrew University Feb. 17 By MAX LERNER %  i Paris. The lino from Baudelaire, "My fellow, my brother" (mon semblabe, mon frerei sums up de Gaulle's new policy of moving toward a Chinese alliance. For some time de Gaulle has been east—has i as; himself—in the role of the Mao Tse-tung of the West, setting I imastt up as a troublesome rival to American power, as Mao did to Soviet power. In his press conference last July he all but said that he saw the test-ban treaty as an effort by America and Russia to isolate France BOd its force dc flappe. While his sharpest verbal sallies were against ihe Anglo-Saxons, his anger—hugely roused—was against the Anierca-Russia detente, which he viewed as an entente; not simply as a lUa-ung-out of the cold war but in effect as an alliance. Now he has struck back at both the great nuclear powers by Jieeing to give not only diplomatic recognition but aid, comfort, nd prestige to the enemy of both America and Russia. The reverberations will be far and deep. Johnson and Rusk seem in an outraged mood in Washington, and so does Ambassador Charles ( Bohlen here. Their count rgainst de Gaulle is that he doesn't play fair, i lhat he is no true-blue ally, and that his move hurts American and! "iVi^yern Interests without helping the French. It is true that he' Gaulle was deceptive both in his conversation with Rusk, when he BS evasive about China, and in his non conversation with Bohlen, i horn he had to lunch without once mentioning China. But what t o they expect from the greatest living disciple of Machiavelli and practitioneof his tactics' • • • As for the ally business, de Gaulle never uses the word now 11 hunt tongue in cheek. H-> figures that the alliance was badly dented when Kennedy and McNamara tried to stop the French nu• %  aar force from getting born, and broken when Kennedy and Harnman wen', through with the test-ban treaty. Yes, de Gaulle has been unmasked .is an unfaithful and deceptive ally, but he never wore his mask with any great seriousness. He has a sardonic sense of fan when he plays with Rusk and indeed with Johnson and Khrushchev. It suits his feeiing for the ironies of history and his delight .1 showing how the power game is played by a master. But don't mistake him. De Gaulle is not ••petulant." as the American diplomats would have us believe. This would be to reduce: buld gambler (and one with a sense of the campaign of history in! his head) to a dilettante. Dc Gaulle knows that he has struck a sav-l age Wow a'. America's national interests in the Far East. He knows! 1'iat his recognition of China will swing Japan closer to the Chinese, that it will weaken the war in South Vietnam exacly when it is going badly for the Americans, that it will swing the new nations of French Africa into support for China's admission to the UN, that n will break the remaining barriers against Western trade with China. He knows all this, and his talk of "opening China to the West" Edgar Faure's latest phrase; is as tongue-in-check as the talk of France as a faithfully ally. • • • But de Gaulle does have national interests in mind. He knows lhat the Communist parties are strong in Asia, that the Chinese, have won over Russia in '.he struggle lor control of the Asian parties. '• thai France cannot wield an influence in Asia without Communist! I hina and the parties it controls. Except for American, money and | arms he sees a Western vacuum in Asia. He wants to make France' tne Westerr power in Asia, not for the West's sake but for French 1 sake. Which is to say that he is using Asia to restore the balance! in Europe, to show the America-British-Germany combination that it, cannot isolate him. He cannot have his way of course without gaining a great victory for China in its struggle with both America and Russia. He is willing. The Chinese have emerged from their war-of-dogmas into a v ar-of diplomacy. The Russians feel just as hurt as America. But you can scarcely expect Russia to argue publicly against the recognition of its Chinese Communist brother. So America has to do the arguing for both. And it is de Gaulle who is becoming Mao's broth%  :.• now. Host Committee preparing fOI the Feb. 17 Founders' Luncheon ( %  l the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has announced that visitors from Canada and Israel will join the Founders and guests from throughout the United States. Program will be at the Barcelona hotel, and includes the award of Founder plaques to two residents of Greater Miami. Board members of the South Florida Division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University are participating with the national leadership of the Friends in planning the inaugural luncheon of the Society of the Founders ot the New Campus of the Hebrew University. Membership is limited to those who have been at the forefront of the creation of the Givat Ram campus in Jerusalem. Miami members of the Society of Founders include Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Mr. Charles Charcowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. Popick, Mr. and Mrs. David Provus, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro. President of the American Friends of the Hebrew University | Lionel R. tsauman has announced! JOSIPH $tua that chairman of the Founders' Luncheon will be Joseph If, (fag. er, prominent industrialist and community leader. Deputy chairman bT the Board of Governors ol the Hebrew University and trcas urer of the American Friends, to gether with members of his fain ily. Mazer is Ihe donor of the Abraham Mazer Building for the Institute of Jewish Studies at the university, established in memory ol his father. First recipient of the Scopus Award, Mazer is chairman of the Society of the Found ers. Co-chairman of the luncheon Jack S. Popick has announced that vice chairmen will be Col. Jacob M. Arvey. Samuel H. Daroff. ol Philadelphia, Samuel Friedland. Louis Hirsch, Label A. Katz, of New Orleans, Judge Louis K l.i Miiih.il of Philadelphia, Joseph E. Meyerhoif. of Baltimore. Manr ice Revitz. Leonard Rosen, James Ross, of Youngstown, I.niiu B. Rudnik and Abe D. Waldauer. y; Memphis. Beach Democrats Name Lebowitz Miami Beach Attorney Walter B. Lebowitz has been appointed Democratic Committeeman to till the vacancy caused by the resin nation of Chief of Police Rocky I'omcrance. Lebowitz has lived in Dade County for the past 30 years. He has practiced law here since 1964. An active member of the local and State Bar Association. 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Pace 14-A Page 4-A Jewish Meridian ^Jewish Floridlan OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4(;05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX MM 396 „. FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher Fabliau* every Friday aim* 1817 by Th. I*"** !" 0 1 *** :,, ILMI N.E. Hlxlh Street, Miami ih l : ';;„ 8 nd-Claaa.J'oataKfl Paid at Miami, Blorioa., The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the Jew |, s \ ^Vlo^e the Jewish Week.y. Member ot the Jewj,hT P jg r aoh,c Agency, Seven Arts Feature Syndicate, VVorldw.de Newi slrvfie,Nation.! Ed.torfel Wsrr *7^/ n p ,.A "A„n English-Jewish Newspape .s, and the Florida Press An. Tin.Rwish Floridlan doaa nol auarantea the Kawhruth of idmerchandlHe advertised In iis column*. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Local Area .,„ One Yeir $5.00 Three Years $1200 Out of Town Upon Request ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv, Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent Volume 37 Number 5 Friday. January 31. 1964 17 Shevat 5724 No Cause For Jubilation Secretary General U T h a n t several weeks ago speculated upon the dismal outlook he foresaw in the Middle East during 1964. Now the chief of the United Nations seems somewhat more optimistic. Like many New Yeai predictions, he feels his has gone awry and, indeed, more guickly and in this case happily than he had anticipated. His look into the future was attempted on the basis of the then upcoming "summit" conference of Arab leaders called by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser at Cairo. We supose that what has now caused U Thant to change his mind is the relatively mild and perhaps even confused finale to the conference. It would be our estimate of the situation that the secretary general should not have felt so dismal prior to the "summit," and neither should he entertain cause for excessive hope so far as the future is concerned. Once again, the Arabs themselves simply proved the fiction that is the Arab League — that they are united on only one issue: the destruction of the State of Israel. Beyond this point, the unity ends precipitously, for the League does not even have a plan to achieve its fondest ambition. What Mr. Thant seems happy about is that the Arabs went home grumbling in their beards, and little more. But this was not because they wouldn't launch a hot war against Israel if they could. It was because, as President Nasser candidly confesses, neither he nor any of his colleagues, singly or together, seems yet capable of carrying it off. Thus, it is Israel's own deterrent capacity that seems to be holding the Middle East balance today, a military fact for which Mr. Thant can certainly not credit the United Nations. The day the balance is upset in the direction of the Arabs, it may be expected that war will come to the area. Mr. Thant therefore has little reason to be overly optimistic today. The decision is neither up to the United Nations nor to Israel. Gaulle," with his opposition to British participation in EEC, his attempted fragmentation of allied solidarity by unsuccessfully driving a wedge between West Germany and the United States and his official recognition of Red China weakens Europe's once greatest hope for permanent peace and prosperity, still remains to be seen. But weakened or not, at this point Euromat is a potent force in the Western Hemisphere — a force with which Israel must have some sort of relationship if, in the shifting winds of Middle East politics and the French and German role in these politics, she is to survive. Euromat Once More The promise of renewed talks in March concerning Israel's possible relationship to Euromat is of course significant to the Jewish State. This is so for a number of reasons. In the first place, the vigorous economic ties between Israel and the Federal Republic of West Germany are rapidly drawing to a close as a result of the fulfillment of Bonn's 5866,000,000 reparations agreement. In the second place, the once ardent friendship between France and the State of Israel seems to be cooling rapidly, especially now that the French have little if any national interests left in North Africa. The consequence is that both France and Germany, for clear reasons of their own, show a greater sensitivity toward Arab pressures and a greater predisposition to please the Arab countries in order to gain favorable balances of trade in their markets. While Israel has brought off a remarkable thing with her "window on Africa" policy, the fact remains that realistically her ties to Europe are as significant as ever before. Outside of the realm of the European Economic Community, at least until recently, such ties were difficult indeed. Whether or not the "new Charles de No Politics, Please If 'he UN Subcommittee report on Minority Rights has a chance, the Soviet Union will have sustained one of its worst defeats at the United Nations in a long time. More than that, implementation of the report may have vast significance for a captive Jewish community now languishing culturally behind the Iron Curtain. Soviet politicians at the UN tried 'o narrow down the significance of the Subcommittee re port by keeping it confined to racial matters. Under such circumstances, Moscow would clearly be able to exploit, the report as an instrument solely against discrimination in the United States. Properly expanded to include religious discriminatory practices as well, the report makes the Soviet Union culpable in its own area of social deficiency, a harshly prejudiced policy toward Jewish cultural existence, with the net result that bigotry on many fronts and in many nations may possibly be dealt a severe blow, the political ramifications of the report mean' while left where it should be, far in the background. Frankfurt Trial Failure? It is extremely difficult at so great a distance to assess either the value or the purpose of the Auschwitz trial now going on in Frankfurt. That several witnesses early this week refused to offer testimony, and that they parade 5? L he J: ourt clickin 9 ,heir heels smartly fa the best Prussian fashion — all these thinas suggest the possible failure of the Auschwitz trials intent. during the week as i see it • • • -by LEO-MINDLIN Friday, January 31. 1964 O NE OF THE sentimental confusions surrounding the status of the American Catholic is that he suffer.; the slings and arrows of minority status. Perhaps, numerically, he does. Ard. as if to strengthen the impression of the prejudice ayainst^jbjjri, he never lets us forget that some of his progenitors experienced the indignity of being fed to .iu.c Rut he is not so quick to remember that other of his proin„iheX of the lions once the arena was theirs. Neither £S l he S Mu "th? the numeric deficiency which is his presumable ala.lv hardlv puts him in the equivalent scapegoat category of the Negro or Jew; and yet. lor practical purposes the image of ant.Catholicism remains an unshakeablc part of the American sociolog.cal h ri Thc reason for this is as hard-headed as the confusion Usentimental; in addition, it tends to ameliorate the cynical contribution of Catholics themselves to the absurd impression that they arc a deprived minority. For to what can they, in fact, point as the burden of their cross other than that Catholics were never elected to the Presidencv'' Even reasons such as these are now laid by the waysideand' surely the -explanation' for such erstwhile prejudices against them, if any prejudice can be adequately explained, makes the initial bias somewhat lamentably absurd on its face. Catholics, the stereotype went, would prove to he irresponsible President* because thev are captive subjects to the vast power of the Vatican. To what vast power is the American Negro, for example, a captive subject? .Nevertheless, half-fact or sentimental fiction, the sociological condition itself, as suggested previously, is more a product of Jewish enterprise than of Catholic experience or propagand; tic intention. The Hollywood motion picture is a case in point. IHi CATHOLIC VIIW fORlVlR IRISH A LL THESE YEARS that Catholics, perhaps in their owr. view, have been a sadly deprived minority, they have also been nrany other things: In the movies, they are lovingly caricaWreitJafiily types. They are well-meaning drinkers and brawlers: the unhappy targets of life's most unkind vicissitudes; gently-acceding sooJn in the cycle of bloody birth, automatic and spiritually sterile .marriage, and inevitable death. All of them speak like Victor McLaughlin and Harry Sullivan; all are as blustering or shy. as physical or naive. (Almost never are they Spanish or Italian or Latin. It they are Spanish or Italian or Latin, then they are only privately Catholic, for the peculiarly angular Hollywood aesthetic denies middle class sentiment and homey virtue to fundamentally nefarious types such as these.) For a large part, they are nuns or priests, devoted to the Word of God; and. of course, there is no other God, -The Cardinal." currently showing around town, is a clear example. The best to be said for the picture is that it preserves the cinematographic view of the American (Irish) Catholic condition. The worst to be said for it is that it was produced by Otto Prcmingcr, with a safely stereotyped assist from entrepreneurs sporting names like Aaron Rosenberg. Because it says nothing new that is good and nothing good that is new. the film may be safely considered unimportant. Once again, it projects the kind of Catholic image which supreme Church authorities could have done no more effectively than if they were to map out "The Cardinal" themselves. If we are by now accustomed to the roseate sentimentality of Catholic life as seen in the Jewish viewfinder of a Hollywood camera, what makes the current effort more significant than most? A NtW IWl Of ACHItVtMINT AS IN ITS prototypes, the significance of course lies in the Jewish ** producer's recognition that Catholic themes have a lucrative market — which sadly does little to negate the Catholic's minority view of his condition. Hence the profusion of nun's and priest's tales that have been standard movie fare for generations. That Catholics are themselves far less guilt) of such sinful commercialism, even if possibly they relish the propaganda, is clearly apparent: It i? ;n fact virtually impossible to recall a serious effort to portray Catholic lite on the screen, the kind of portrayal thai would rise above the crudely sentimental and therefore commercially enterprising efforts to which Jewish producers seem so overwhelmingly addicted. "The Cardinal" achieves a new and weightier level. It brings the capacity for Jewish self-hatred to a high point of refinement Otto 1 reminger, Aaron Rosenberg and their colleagues may henceforth rest easy rherc are, to be sure, the usual trappings: the emergence of Catholic spiritual^ as a simple thing, when ,, is perhaps the most symbolically complex of them all; the delineation of doctrine a; sympathetic to views ol God offered by other religions, when it"w..s ; '> • %  <; Ifynri of the reign of Lope Pius XII that a uch a :'"' "':' *!;'P"I: the humanizing of Church official .-Who Physical love. P '"'""" S eVe mUe wi,h thc ne d fw B"lI there is the Jew who is too willing to become a Catholic beB1 : : n 7"" K '"V''-" "' believes in nothing. (fatSme is "-, v Vu.T n" "" : ;, 1 "*"•• he ih uU "c calfca Scott possibl, Craig > .There are thc Catholics, themselves, who refer 'I, ,. ', """'" ls P r mably supposed to elititi sense • £2 !";"' "If -'"-. but which in SBoS so oniy trom the -hocked Jewish part „( the audience i? TH£ PROOF OF HIS IGNORANCE 0 M a roun*H M .?f "',' T\ "" The ^evitablo question here revolves opposed ?o IM "" y '" ,mo Pre n*er as director-produce,St : r ; r ': i n a ""-'-• fact rem-uns the hor zon of his .K Wn right and each Perforco^pjMWeomSive" luZ^V EL hat !" !" un.lt.r.bl?Hj. •his view. | see no ,1 "''""W !" among us toward predfflN A2&p,tt£SLSF mam of the ^"' are bare^ne SJatent.^ £*£ 5 K' U SC dir ^ ,ions B 1 th ey sentimental view of ,„ \ hoi, eLH* £ ,npulsion t0 P**t a than self-hatred; p..ha„ ,' to dl,,on Pc 'baps it suggests more But it certain 1 %  iJ „ ***"> of some secret inclination, standing M „, e \+lTj%\* P *? ss [ on f intelligence or undcrHere, the hero stands uoto £ii2£ Cardlnal aptly demonstrates, and democracy in r.i..il f .? a s|H t ch a,M >ut 'he Catholic Church Preminger himself ,n,VV!' l "" '""'' r ,vn,f y the ignorance of Otto produced? u 8 Pu !" >us purpose of the film he has just



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PaciR 14-A Pag* 10-A *-JewisHk>rkilar Friday, Icr.uary 31. 1964 UN Certain to Take Action on Minority Rights Continued from Page 1-A nations, #*sirwj new legislation alorg such lines where necessary; and give the right to individual* or groups charging religious discrimination to take such issues to the national cecrts. One article in the draft declares unequivocally that parents or legal guardians have the "right to decide upon the religion or belief in which a child should be brought up." Touching upon rights which the Soviet Union is accused of denying to Jews in the USSR, the Declaration states that all persons or groups other individuals or groups, "on a be needed by a %  Other rights that are now denied and would be group them to Russian Jews, guaranteed by the Declaration, would grant full rights to all religions to "teach and learn religion or belief" using the. "sacred Ian guage" of that religion—meaning Hebrew in the case of Soviet Jews; grant the right to write, print and; publish books and texts required 1 by a religion—meaning prayer books, calendars and other works r.eeded by religious Jews; grant; the right "to observe the dietary practices" required by a religion. | shall be free to worship] meaning kashruth and matzohs in i the case of Russian Jewry; andj make it mandatory upon a state; that controls means of production! to provide such materials as may ami profess, in public or private" without discrimination; and that all religious communities must enjoy the right to associate with TAKES FIFTH URM Judge Cypen Reelected President; Home is Now the Largest in Florida Former Circuit Court Judge Irving Cypen has been reelected president of the Jewish Home for the Aged lor a fifth term by the Home's Board of Directors. Also reelected were Judge Harold B. Spael. honorary president; Col. Jacob M. Arvcy, Louis Bresler, David B. Flceman, Baron de Hirsch Meyer and David Phillips, vice presidents; Stanley M. Beckerman, treasurer; Sam ResrX&, financial secretary; Mrs. Sol Silverman, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Lawrence Silverman, recording secretary. In accepting the office again, Judge Cypen emphasized that "with the virtual completion of the master architectural plan in which the Home has now reached its maximum capacity of 226 beds, the efforts of the officers, board, women's auxiliaries and staff will be concentrated in 1964 on the development of services and program to the highest possible qualitative level. "Plans are already under way to intensify and broaden the rehabilitative and restorative services at Douglas Gardens, which has pioneered in the development of such services in institutions for the aged." Another point affecting Soviet Jewry provides that it is a "right" of believers to make pilgrimages "to sites held in veneration, inside or outside" the country. That clause would permit Soviet Jews to make pilgrimages to Israel. The right of religious practitioners to observe their own days of rest and Holy Days is also guaranteed in the draft. So, also, are the rights of religious marriages and "equal legal protection" to religious groups to observe their own "funeral or memorial rites" and to have their own cemeteries. There have been instances, recently, when cemetery rights were denied to some Jews in large Soviet cities. The draft further outlaws "all incitements to hatred or acts ot violence, whether by individuals or organizations, against any re ligious group of persons belonging I to any religious community.' That provision would affect not | only the Soviet Union but also South American countries and other lands where neo-Nazism has been manifested in recent years One clause would bar discriminalions on religious grounds in re gard to citizenship. The debate in the subcommission has made it dear that this clause is aimed at Iraq, where new regulations barring Jews from citizenship were promulgated recently. The draft Declaration expected to be adopted had been introduced, then revised, by Arcot Krish naswami, the Indian member of the 14 man subcommission. The Communist bloc in the United Nations has been fighting for two yr)ars against adoption of a docu ment forbidding religious discrimi nations, concentrating instead on a Convention for the outlawing of racial discrimination. The Krishnaswani draft tained first priority on the commission's agenda, after ris B. Abram. the obsub Mor United States member, who is chairman of the executive board of the American Jewish Committee, withdrew a similar draft of his own. A t draft, proposed by Peter coressi, of Britain, incorporated in swami's revision. certain that they would obtain majority of the !4 votes when it came to ballotin.. Pending further discusiion of the religious freedom draft, the subcommission cam* near ending its debate on the Corwention for the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Intolerance. Two of the articles already adooted in that instrument are aime: at the Soviet Union. Calvo was partially Mr. KrishnaThere was a fourth drait. proposed last week bv Isaac Levin, representative here of World Agudath Israel. But since no member of the subcom-, mission assumed sponsorship of| the Lewin proposal, that draft lay dormant. Proponents of the Krishnaswami in the Soviet | draft said that they are assured men) i of at least seven votes of the sub' commission members, and were One clause asserts that any person, regardless of race Of ethnic origin, has "the right to leave, any country including his or' and to return to his country." That provision would give Soviet .'e*s*the right to emigrate. 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Friday, January 31. 1964 Jenisf Fforicfxnin Page 9-B Hall and Wynne in Mayor's Runoff; Gordon, Boyd, Patfen Clear Victories Judge Berkman Speaks Metro race for Mayor of Dade County and scats on the Commis I sion narrowed TurtrTav.-*''*" "" %  District S— Gave Gordon, incumbent. tory with 68,352 tallies to Morris Burks 40.700. Last was Meyerson, 14.567. In the mayor's category, it will l>e a runoff Feb. 11 between 22? Ha ll ; 1 wl, 1 rc a c eivod M?l Di rict 6 Overwhelmingly Notes, and Winston Wynne, 31.182. elected Arthur Fatten, incumbent. Also-rans were Brake, 22,245; i with 61.718. Also-rans were WalMacKenzie, 10,894; Kimball, 5.447; lace, 30.655; Milhel. 12.193; McCohcn, 4,842; and Rcichling. 2.262.' Veigh, 9,686; Porter. 4.768; and The turnout of 142,433, estimated Batts, 3.574. at about 33 percent of the elec-, torate here, voted heavily to deJudge Jason M. Berkman. of the 5th District Court, was guest speaker Wednesday noon at Miami Beach Zionist District weekly Commissioner Luncheon Club meeting. Held afl a decisive vieWaldman's Hotel, program included a talk on current events by Dr. Abraham Wolfson. Judge Berkman's subject was "The Justice of the Peace Corps.'" feat the Urban Renewal Amendment. In Commission races, they also: District 7—Sent into a runoff Hughlan Long, 37,080; and Ed Starnes. 34,33. Others were Wilson, 24.170; LaPointe. 9,562; Banks, 7,776; and Hoodwin. 6,942. District 8—Gave Hardy Gavel changes hands at the Senior Citizens Club of the North County YMHA during the recent installation of officers conducted, by Eiraim H. Gale (center), executive director of the Greater Miami T." Benjamin Salk (left), immediate past president, turns over his office to the incoming president Isidore Hirsch (right). lo. County Club Installs Officers District 1—Sent Tom Sasso, 49.248. into a runoff against Harold A. Greene, 43,728. Also-rans were son 41.509 to 39,459 for Daniels, 14,624; Fisher, 8,410; BouWeiss, both of whom will be in drot, 6,788; and Pitcock 3 802 i ne FeD n runoff. Others were District 2-Opted for' a runoff : Po ton 37 290; Goldsmith. 4,434; Isidore Hirscn baa been installI €•• I as president ot the Senior Citi Izens Friendship Cub of the North I County YMHA Also installed v ere Ben Salk. | honorary presiie-.t; Mrs. Sara Maii-on. first vice president; Mrs. Stella Klein, second vice president; Mrs. Sadye Kimmel, recordin.: secretary; Mrs. Jeannettv Levin, corresponding secretary; Mrs Ceha Reich, social secretary; William Debin. treasurer; Ben Salk, chaplain; tad William Kim in.-: sergeant-at-arms. l'.-i.iil;-tior. v. aperformed by Kfraim H. Gale, executive direc lor of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, of which the North County "Y" is one of four branches. Executive Board of Directors ] %  re Mrs. Sara Madison, chairman, Mrs. Ida Alpert. Ben Cinis. William Debin, Joseph Freidman. Mis. Mary Freidman, Joe Gold-1 berg. Isidore Hirsch. William Kim-, mel. Mrs. Sadye Kimmel, Mrs. Stella Klein, Julius Lakowitz. Mrs. Jeannette Levin. Ben Salk, Mrs. Blanche Samuels, Harry Scgool,' Harry Stone and Mrs. Celia Reich.' between Lew Whitworth. 52.570. and Milton Thompson. 44,789. Last! was Landers, 17.104. District 3—Gave a clear victory to Joe Boyd. 88.763. against Ed Ridolph's 22,704. District 4—Narrowed the field to a runoff between David Kennedy, 58.268; and Tom O'Malley, 50.794. Coming in third was Bryson, 13.400. and Hileman, 3,568. Altar Dedication Slated Friday Renovated altar in the main santcuary oi the Israelite Center will be dedicated during Friday night services conducted by Dr. S. T. Swirsky. Committee in charge of the unMathc-j dertaking included Chester Leiter. Walter i chairman. Charles Fidclman and Max Garshag. Former President Hyman Kirsner and Mrs. Kirsner sponsored the project. Abt GSfTtR S NEW KOSHfR •HIOC-A-WMV %  B) ma m mm I tf. MIAMI IftlNOS Two members of the previous administration were honored "for their devoted services to the clubi in the past." Ben Salk. outgoing president, and Mrs. Sadye Kimmel were the two recipients oi mementoes "for their services and their continued efforts on behalf of the Senior Citizens Friendship Club." ROMWELL HOT V EL ON THF OCFAN AT 20h ST.. MIAMI BEACH Famous Cantor Jacob Kolnfaberg will officiate assisted by Director Ban Yomen-10 voice choir-Rellgioua Service*-? Seders at tha Cromwell Hotel. Celebrate with us. 20th Anniversary—these Passover Holidays. Special Discount Package Plan for a Ocean-View Room-Seclion-C Includes 3 to 4 meals daily during Passoier-fdouble occupancy2 in a room) per person. Extra Special Discount Deal-Up to 49 Days-or 7 Weeks Match 13 to May 1st. $500. per pets In addition we will allow 15% Discount-$75.-N'et $425. Single Occupancy 50JJ higher. 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Friday, January 31, 1964 -Jenlsti ncrkiiar) Page 13-A m/i g ions & erviccs .m Sntnrdaj S .. m. Bar Mitsvah: Norman Nee, son of Mr. and Jlis. Un gorj V.\ i Rusenkrans. • %  T tl, ,l S 50 sw 17,n ave O-nnodox. Raubi Solomon Schiff. i-M.lay 5:3o and :8fl p.m, Sermon: Our Religion." Saturday >::; a in Sermon: 'The Resounding Voice of .-mm. CANDLEU6HTWG WM 4 17 Shevat 5:44 p.m. K.-ihbiniml Council of the 1964 inibincd Jewish Appeal voted Monday to,'i,ijjlwm each member \)l synagogues throughout the jrcater Miami area of CJA needs [home 'and abroad, and of their IponsUaility as members of the tal Jewisii community." IThe Council includes membera I he Rabbinical Association \\ Meeting wag niW al the JewIjish Home for the Aged, where Kenrtety AA.. Myprs, Miami attorney. Was named coordinator of the Council, ^cabbi Solomon Schiff, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, and spiritual leader of Beth El Congregation, conducted the meeting. Dr. Irving Lehrman, a member of the Association, and spiritual leader of Temple Emanu El, is. B%4 CJA chairman. The meeting also moved to %  tcommend fund-raising meetings, r>l .synagogue membership here on fehalf of CJA, urged the selection' Df general solicitation appoint |[?nt> from membership to tell !m> CJA story, and called for the folding of CJA Sabbath on Feb. i and 7, immediately prior to the ppening of the l%4 CJA campaign p a gala dinner at the Fontaine ileau. "emple Sinai Has .dult Seminar Second class in the winter ses| Temple Sinai's Adult Education Seminar will tie held on niyht. 8:15 p.m., at the emple auditorium. [Following the original plan set Rabbi Daniel Lowy in "Com krativc K.ligions," Irving Jacobin, executive secretary of Temple ill present a lecture and Mstrip on "Confucianism and, l0i>m." Present at the meeting were members of the C.reater Miami rabbininate and presidents and leaders of synagogues here. Temple Zamora Elects Officers Officers recently elected to nerve Temple Zamora for 1964 arc: President. Arthur Deutsch; vice presidents, Stanley -Silver, Harry. Marks; treasurer, Morris Moskowitz; Alfred Finkelstcin. I.t Col. Harold Shuman. Hilbert Leavitt, secretaries. Members of the board are Louis Alweiss. Arthur Ben, Louis Charter. Joel Cohen. Herman Douglas Leo Eskreis. Dr. Michael Fiedler, Leon Jlonig, Samuel Miller, Joseph Ostric. William Raskin and Irving Simons. BETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. Raboi H. Louis Rottman. BETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern. Cantor Maurice Mamchea. BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Hermon: "The Kve ..f si Ureat Anniversary." Mr. and -Mrs. Sam Cohen, celebrating their 4th a-edding anniversary, will be honored, and Hi. ii will hoMt the One* Shaltbat. Saturday 8:4." a.m. Sermon: "A New I "llllll.lM.llll. III." BETH MOSHE CONGrtEGATION. 13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. Krldaj S:lj p.m. Sermon: i. %  • Saj it with Tii,. •• Saturday x:43 H HI Uar Mitsvah: Randy, son ..r Mr. and .Mr.-. Carl Wool. — e BETH RAPHAEL. 139 NW 3rd ave. Orthodox. Ralph Krieger, secretary. • BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky • 8ETH TORAH. 164th st. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip sehita. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum. Friday 5:11 and 11:30 p.m. Sermon "Having n PsychiatricSession iti Yourself." liar Mitivah: Janiee, daughter ..f Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Winer. Saturday 8:45 a.m. B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter. Cantor Joel Lerner. FVlday g:13 p.m. Sermon: "Dauabtei Two Tablets Suggest Need Of Heaven and Earth lin-Off Candidates Slated 111 ruruiUxapajdates for Mayor Metro county Commission been invited to speak at %  >-K-,um^m^Mi the Demo Ctqk'jF^BBmiii Beach on L :: i idiy f eventrife at the Sea Uatfi. tt'allv Gluck is presif trie chib* %  TEMPLE ISRAEL j I'H.l, 19th St. 1! A Refers* Congregation jj >•". Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi Jacob C. Bo-n.l.in, Cantor sWfagg friiay, 1.15 fJH. Mr Joseph B. Horwitz ... -.t Speaker, will apeak on: ADVENTURE IN JUDAISM' ^MPLE EMANU-EL '701 Washington Ave.. M.B. Oonaei vatlva IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi Hirsh Adler. Cantor Kay Evening Service 8:30 P.M. Sermon Topic: hip of man to man. Judaism exclaims to man that one must, if he desires to be observant, be a well rounded individual "tzoo Gott tzoo leif— both to Cod and to fellowman. The major problem in the world around us is that too many people erroneously associate religion as something confined purely with man's duties toward God. while they neglect and forget man's duties on earth to fellowmen. Perhaps, for this reason, religion is not as efficacious as it can and should be. The message of Judaism to all the world is that religion must be an effectual instrument to direct our thoughts and actions equally strengthened toward man. One cannot remain observantly loyal toward God while setting aside proper duties to man. In order for our chaotic world and the l 'ecalogui it.,Miuvah: Itandl mil II, daughter of Mr. and Mm, Bernard Phillip*. Saturday 8:30 i.in. Bar Mitsvah: Bruce, son of Mr. .mil Mrs, Kii lelgenbauw. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544! Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abraham Strassfeld. • i FXAGLER ORANADA. 50 NW B1a1 i pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa] enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg. FVlday 8:1." p.m. Sermon: "The Vld; dish Lunguaiui." Saturday :• a.m. Bar i Miuvah: Jerry, Bon of Mr. and Mm. Irving i tobrac-n. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. %  • —— ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. Frldio ", unit 8:1", p.m. Sermon: "Tin ~ f Synagogue." Steve Kii-n-i and Ilk-hard Koenigaberg "ill pariK Ipntv in the servlee, Saturday vi" ...in. Sermon: "The l^i ax .i Deterrent I'ower." Min. lin ". p.m. Bar Mitsvah: Hob. II -jgy. son of Mrs. Lunori William*. KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield. Cantor Abraham Seif. e MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION. 3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy dr.. Orthodox. Rabbi Phineaa Weber. man. SOUTHWEST CENTER. 6438 SW 8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Zevi Greenwald. Prldaj '.:'.'• and v::ii p.m. Sermon: "Leadership in Our Modern Time." Saturday 9 a.m. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Frtday r. p.m. Saturday 8:80 a.m. Sermon: "Natural Miracles." TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN 102E NE 183rd St.. Miami Gardena rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor Maurice Neu. Friday 8:15 p.m. sermon: "The Threat lo Israel." heturdas K:45 am. St-rmon: I'Tortlon .f Hi,Week." All lilldi-.n obaervlna birthdaya will !>• I.I. .-.-. p.m. Quest speaker, M.n[ dell Fisher. Tonic: "Cooperative Movement In Israel." Saturday 11:13 a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs. Howard Burns. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, 4144 Chase ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Kromsh. Cantor David Conviser. Krlday SJ15 p.m. s. rion: "Mixed \in : Inge Sal irdnj lu: r. in Mlisr.iii: Via**. ilfrtrKhter-*** Mf Arm MlS. I '.;\ !.i" Mr. and Mrs. i: uanUel llnslM rff. TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th at. and Tatum Waterway. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Saul H. Breeh. TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative. 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Samuel April. Cantor Gershon Levin. F'rldaj S:3u p.m Saturday 8:45 a.m. TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI, 12100 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. FVlday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Foundations of Community Life." TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. §51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbl Hyman Gross. TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday vi.". p.m. Sermon: "Justice and Law." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "A Comiiiunil i.~ a Law of Justice." TEMPLE 2ION. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urheh. TIFERETH ISRAEL, ave. Conservative. Wernick. 6500 N. Miami Rabbi Henry TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1351 S. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jafft. FVIda) 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Road I.. Inner Peace." Dedication "f Sanctuary Ark in memory of Moe and Nellie 8" hneldi r, Saturda) 11 a.m. TEMPLE BETH SH'RAH. 7500 SW 120 thSt. Reconstructionist. Rabbi Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gottlieb. Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Qettlnej Along uiili In-Laws." Saturdaj \:': a.m. Sermon: "On Qlvlng and Taking Ad\ Ii ." TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Hollywood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. YOUNG ISRA£ t 3HU NE 171 st Orthodox. Rabbl Sherwin Staubar. FVlday 5:30 p.m. Saturday :* a.m. Sermon: "Meeting ..i Muni" MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737 Bird Rood, Miami Ph. 446-2181 YAHKZtIT and KADDISH Daily 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sat., Sun.. 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. %  ,-W RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY important relationship to emerge triumphantly in peace, all mankind must realize the im portance of dealing justly be tween man and man. This will ultimately become a sustaining Tree of Life to all men. The two tablets of stone eloquently proclaim the desperate need oi a proper synthesis between heav en and earth in order for man truly to live in properly peaceful and observant fashion. OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW Office designs and furnishings direct from manufacturer pjefs Games Night Set for Tuesday North County YMHA Senior Citizens Friendship Club will hold a games night at "Y," 14036 NE 6th Ave., on Tuesday evening, 8:00 p.m.. it was announced by Isidore Hirsch, president. Senior citizens, 55 and over, are welcome to take part in the program. Future activities will have Michael Sossin, member of the Florida Commission on Aging, dis cussing "Active Longevity and Medicare" on Feb. 18. Feb. 25. a special Purim celebration will be held. Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything for the Office of Distinction Interior design and •pact planning. Open Saturday Morning



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Friday. January 31. 1964 *Je*i*fi nrrSdHain • Page 9-A Center of atten' : on is Abe Eisenberg( seated center), who will DO honored Feb. 23 at a Deauville Hotel banquet marking the 30th anniversary celebration of the openinq of Beth Jacob rogation's main sanctuary. Eisenberg. vice president of le Memorial Chapels, is one of the conqiegction's rs. D'-cussing the affair, • will have ri %  of State Tom Adams < i -ker. aie : I lei • [irman ana '. ndin .i an le are ft i piriti r; Morris Krevi :, se< Jen'.; and Aaron Lemer, first vice pre Eihkd Vows Israel Won't Abandon Water Project t Continued from Page 1-A i • ork of thn.sc allocations ml we will honor tln> undertakHe r.oted that the Arab rulers, .it their conference in Cairo Ml week, had rejected the plan, vhich their technicians had accepted, "on the deliberate principle of opposing any coopera'icr., even indirect, with Israel." He said it was important that \ the world "should be made "ware of the deplorable deciiient" adopted at the Cairo conference. Minister Levi Eshkol latonl ::h s n iet Anibas Mikhail Bodrov for 30 nunrid while no detail: >f the • ere disclosed, it as • %  > tl ..t the Prime Uinistt r • %  •" • %  the Sm ii i emoy w ith %  • in on its Jordan Riv•i ition project. i ii|.! Miir. Israel's Vov Mir ster, declared in an ini that i egottations on all I>Vrab cifterences, including J 'ian River irrigation proit. was "the only way" leadlo i • .".i she also reaffirmed rael determination "to use our to and our deterrent capacreptjlsc all attemps to harm :nic. it was disclosed t hai Israel's reply to Soviet Prenv %  Khrusftchev's message advothat .ill nations undertake the use of torce in setI border disputes will he delivered this week by Yosef Tekoa, the Israeli envoy in Moscow In the reply. Israel supports the Sovet Premier's proposal and expresses the hope that the principle advocated by the Premier applies to the Mi ;dlc Bast as well. Secretary General V Than) meanwhile expressed the opinion at the United Nations this week that, following the summit con fcrence of 13 Arab heads of state and other leading officials in Cairo last week, t>> deal with israel's plans for drawing Jordan River water-, "the situation in the area is not as explosive as 1 had anticipated." Mr. Than*, had been asked during a press conference whether he still thought that the Middle East situation now was "threaten ing." lie had voiced such pre it t, m during an address in Columbia University three weeks ago Estate Planner Speaks Philip E Heckerling, vice pres Ident and estate planning office] Of the Mercantile National Bank of Miami Beach, was guest speak er at the monthly dinner meeting ui the Dade County Chapter. Florida institute of Certified Public Accountants, on Monday at the Biseayne Terrace Hotel. His subject was "The Hole of the Certified Public Accountant in Estate Planning." .. HAVE YOU TRIED 10UNTAIN VALLEY WATER AS AN AID FOR ARTHRITIS and KIDNEY-BLADDER RREGULARITIES 'You should, because the recommended daily amount helps to: STIMULATE KIDNEY ACTION SOOTHE BLADDER IRRITATION NEUTRALIZE EXCESS URINE ACIDITY DISCHARGE WASTES Join the thousands who enjoy and benefit f 'om this delightful-tasting water from Hot Springs, Arkansas. Call for your first order TODAY, learn how Mountain Valley Water r~,ay help you. Consult your doctor. j 311 ^fountain Valley Water 5 V/. Cih S'., Miami Phone FR 3-2484 V ^ f'M X i9^v. 1 .$A I GREEN STAMPS AITON ROAD. MIAMI BEACH AlION ROAD MIAMI BEACH COUINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH M.I. I8S STREET. N. MIAMI BEACH ALL APPETIZEK ITEMS AND PRICES Available at these Stores 1431 NE. 163 STREET, N MiAMI BEACH 1200 S. DIXIE HWY.. CORAL GABIES 9-tOO HARDING AVENUE. SURFSIDE 2017 TYIFR STREET. HOUYWOOD AND NOW AT 2700 HOLLYWOOD BLVD., HOLLYWOOD Prices effective thru Weekend Quantity Rights Reserved EXTRA LARGE FANCY CHUBS DELICIOUS CHOICE PASTRAMI lb. fifiC SLCEDTO YOUR ORDER FORMOST KOSHER KISHKA FRESHLY SMOKED SLICED BELLY LOX :-,



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• Variety Cancer Patients To Benefit from Banquet A a*/< ornan s TJUorU Cancer patients at Variety Children"Hospital will benefit from proceeds of a banquet and show nite -ronsored by the Suburban League, and planned for Sunday, Peb. 9 at the Deauville Hotel. President Mrs. Charles Himmel has r.amed Mrs. Morris Levitt general chairman of the event. I/ is our climax fund-raiser in behalf of the hospital," Mrs Himmel announced, "and with star attraction! at the affair such as international famed story-teller pnd i median Myron Cohen, and song nd dance star of Broadway. Carole Lawrence, we expect a sell-out crowd."' A cocktail reception hour at 6:30 I in ill precede the dinner and Interfaith Day At Beth David Ftden tion of Jewish Women Greater Miami Council of rebel will co sponsor the anil Ir.terfaith Day Program tak „ place at Beth David Synagogue Thursday. Feb. 6. 10 a.m.. it nnounced by Mrs. Milton Sirkin, chairman of the day, Mr* Sirkin said that Mrs Anna l-.renner Meyers, president of the I edcration of Jewish Women, and Nirs. Herman Koudenbush. presi i f Greater Miami Council ol Churches, will share in the parti (ipation of the prograut. ming the program on behalf ol the Greater Miami Council of Churches are Mrs. Alice Powell, n of the interfaith meeting lor United Church Women, and Urs. Roy D. MacDonald. chair man ol the Department of Christian Social Relations. In keeping with the message ol brotherhood, the joint meeting "ill be addressed by Rabbi Nor man N. Shapiro, spiritual leader ul Beth David Congregation. A musical program and luncheon w ill form the activities for the annual day, in which leading communal and religious organizations have l.t <'n invited to take pan show, according to Mrs. Arthur Pepper, vice president in charge of ways and means. Arrangements Committee is composed of members whose volunteer service hours, in behalf of Variety Children's Hospital, places them at the top of the Suburban League In the Honors Group are Mes dames Barry Barson. Malcolm Kushner, Alan Hertz and Dan Ai man. Othcr> appointed by Mrs. Kimniel are Mrs. Larry Mizrach and Mrs. Jerry Wernick, reservations: Mrs. Sam Berkowitz, chairman of the ad journal; Mrs. Seymour Tyson, direct mail and invitations. Mrs. Arthur Berk, favors and souvenrprogram: Mrs. Morril Levin, publicity. "The management of the Deauville Hotel is cooperating fully in this project," said Mrs. Levitt. "with catering director Bill Coldring and Maitre D' Bonardi plan ning a special menu, room decorations ami program." The Suburban League is a worn en's service organization with most members In the Southwest section ol Miami. Group's sole charitj is year round support ol cancer patients at Variety Children's Hospital, raising funds tlnoiie.li bake sales, luncheons, and fashion shows. Husbands of many League members are physicians associated with the hospital's medical st;ill "Jewish Floridian Miami, Florida, Friday, January 31, 1964 Section B Hatikvah Has Member Tea Hatikvah Chapter of Mizrachi Women met al a membership tea recently in the home ol Mr> Har rj N Schwartz, president. All new life members were hon ored in special ceremonies eon dueled by the lile membership chairman. Mrs. Nellie Boyar. A book review was given byMrs. Frances Benjamin, and a musical program was presented by Mrs M. Rothstien. Chairmen of the affair were Mrs. Julius Rosenstein and Mrs Abraham Dlatt, n j bv ISABEL GRCVE Kay I". Binder in town visit mg her mother. Mrs. Ethel Sli.ic'hct. now recuperating at the Martinique Hotel Ray jetted in from Tel Aviv where she lives ;h her husband. A. Finley Binder, and their children While here, oldest son Louis. I lev in to join her and will now remain, entering as a junior at the University of Miami Ray i* returning Sunday, and husband and sons Jeffrey Hi. and nathah 13, and daughter Ethel 1". v ill be mighty happy to have her at home again Living in Tel Aviv for the past six years. the Hinders operate the Town Health Club at the swank Sheraton Hotel Ray. as everyone knows, is the former Ray Shochet, oi The Jewish Floridian family, January party calendar has been a crowded one for lovely •'ill Sue Channing. who will be Mrs Harold L Gaffin after Saturday Pro-nuptial festivities lor the bricie-elect, daughter of Ihe Jules Channings, began at the Diplomat Country Club on Ihe 8th. when the groom's moth %  Mrs. Robert Galiin. enter tained for her at a luncheon Several days later, it was the Eden Roc's Mona Lisa Room which served as the setting for %  < bridal shower given by Mrs. h LiptOB, .Mrs Sam l.ipton, Mrs. Dan Dubbin. Mrs. Simon Rubin, Mrs Jerome Meyer and Mrs. George Goldberg Champagne for the future bride at the Algiers Motel on the 21st with hostesses Mrs. Max Boderman, Mrs. Sidney Gans and Mrs. Sol Goldstein And winding up the hectic round oi pain..-. Jill feted at a Westview Country Club luncheon last Saturday by Mrs. Howard Kane an.I Miss Penny Kane A houseful of Pallots Jammed the King Cole Apartments Friday evening 10 celebrate the 69th birthday of Louis "Pop'' I'allot. founder of the Norton Tire Com pany Joining in the fun were the Norton Pallots. Ronald Pallots, E Albert Pallets, Howard Katzens. Steven, son of Norton, and Susan, daugh tor of E. Albert Mid-winter visitors at the South I)ade home of their son and daughter-in-law are Morris and Ida Feinberg. of Bronxville. NY Son Joe will repay the visit in early spring when he [lies to the World's Fair lite, where his Cuban Tile Corp has a major design flooring assignment from Architect Morris Lapidus. .,; %  >> Anne and Bernard G Axelman, ut i860 NE 158th St., entertained Continued on Paqe 5-B Busy with plans for their annual dinner dance on Feb. 9 are these officers of the Suburban League (left to right) Mrs. Arthur Pepper, Mrs. Larry Mizrach and Mrs. Morris Levitt, chairman, shown with Maitre D' Bonardi (seatedl and Bill Goldring (rear), catering manager of the Deauville Ho'el. Yeshurun Sets Fashion Show Wednesday On Wednesday, 8:30 p.m the Sisterhood of Temple Adath Yes hurun will present a fashion showby the Nat Allen Resort Wear Shop of Hollywood, Fal. Commentating personally. Allen will display the newest in resort and formal wear, modeled by members of the Sisterhood L'ndcr the chairmanship of Mrs Adolph Mitchell, refreshments will be served following the lashion show. 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Friday, January 31. 1964 Jenisfi ftcrkMan Page 3-B Burdine's to Feature Fashion Designer's Specials at Cancer Society Extravaganza Burdine's interprets "The Great Life" with international fashions previewed from America's most significant designers at the American Cancer Society Annual Fash Ion Show Luncheon and Musical Extravaganza on Thursday noon leb 6. clothes will be premiered at the affair are Oleg Cassini, Luis Esteves, Adele Simpson, Herbert Sondheim, B. H. Wragge, Teal Traina, Mollie Parnis, Mr. Dino, Anne Fogarty and Alix of Miami. Additional feature of the event, which will benefit Dade County ioi be held ini the Napoleon Room | Unit of the American Cancer So01 the Ueauville Hotel, trend sett ;ety, will be selection of ten best lers. now and on into summer, will dressed women present. Judges include Mr. John, who will per will be Robert Pentland and Larsonally present his "topto-toe" v llaugen. custom fashions of hats, haute couture, couture furs, jewels and boutique accessories, and Signor Livio de Simone coming from Naples. Italy, to show his sportswear collection. Guest commentator will be Ruth McCarthy, Harpers Bazaar editor, with additional commentary in appropriate song form. Other top designers whose resort, sprin;; and summer 1964 Cantor Richards To be Featured Mrs. Lillian C. Claughton and Mrs. Joan Nielsen McHale are chairmen of the fashion show. Mrs Marguerite Kaiser is executive director of the Dade County unit. ACS. Serving as chairman of special committees are: Mrs. Alfred H. Daniels, hostesses; Mrs. Robert M. Morgan, tickets; Mrs. C. Russell Morgan, reservations; Mrs. Carl A. Twitched, gifts; Mrs. Arthur Wood Jr., prizes; Mrs. William A. Herin, prizes: Mrs. Carson Bradford, iTecorations: Mrs. Ernest Limmiatis, fashion events. %  Hostesses for the afternoon include Mesdames Benjamin W. j James Branch, Giffordj Orchid Lecture At Sinai Club A lecture and slides on orchids will be presented by Madeiene Hawkins at the Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club meeting on Monday noon at the Miami Beach Garden Center. Mrs. Alexander Kogan will give the devotional. Program chairman is Mrs. Hank Meyers. President of the club is Mrs. Alex Gordon. For "great" evenings out, Adele Simpson designs the leon column of draped silk in a green and pink on white florci print irom her 1964 Resort collection. The dress molds to the body from a iolled ha'.tar neckline and then moves gracefully out ;>elow the hip. A ma'chn.g stole is li::ed in pink satin. By Adele Simpson, Burdine's Gold Coast Room. Women Plan Gifts Luncheon Initial Giftluncheon of the Women's Division of Combined Jewish Appeal, featuring Fashion plate '04. will take place at the Eden Hoc Hotel on Monday. Feb. 17. it was announced by Mrs. Carl, Weinkle, women's campaign chair man. i Chairmen of the Initial Gifts Committee. Mrs. Jack Ablin and Mrs. Inez Krensky are plan-; ning the affair for women whose \ minimum contribution to the di-'l vision's CJA campaign is $100 and | o\ <-i For the important work of the Initial Gifts Committee, Mrs. Abe L. Cassett and Mrs. A. L. Clickman are chairmen for the Miami j Beach area, and Mrs. Stanley C., Myers and Mrs. Sam Simonhofl the Town Chairmen for Initial j Gifts. Mrs Weinkle called plans tor] the Feb. 17 luncheon "among the most exciting ever designed by the Initial Gifts Committee." Cantor Gordon S. Richards and members of the Temple Judea Boesch, Sisterhood will be featured in an Bunnell, James Donn Jr.. W. E. evening of entertainment to be Dunwody. E. B. Elliott Jr., Milton held Wednesday, Feb. 19. 8:151 M. Gettinger, Arthur Gucker, Jospin, in the Reception Hall. eph T. Jana Jr., S. Sidney Raffel, Cantor and music director of Henry H. Taylor Jr.. Dorothy Van Temple Judea. of Coral Gables, Ness, W. C. Webster, Billy WilCantor Richards has officiated at >x. Temple B'nai Israel, of Elmont, — 1. 1 Temple Emanuel, Yonkers, NY. and Union Temple, Brook lyn. A prizewinner in the Metropoli lan opera Auditions of the Air, he sang with tlie Metropolitan Opera. ihe Philadelphia opera, ar.d the St. Louis Opera, and was a leading baritone ol the City Center Opera Company of New York. Cantor Richards i> .i graduate of the Hebrew Union Collegl School of Sacred Music, where he earned a degree in sacred music, and certification as cantor-edm:a tor. He is a graduate of New York University and attended the Man hattan School of Music, where he was a voice ond operatic major under the eminent Friednch Schorr, of the Metropolitan Opera Company. A World War II veteran. Cantor Richards Is married and the lathci of two children. Mrs. Rich ards was a teacher in the New York public schools. Three-piece suit of Wicker Weave wool by B. H. Wragge. The cardigan jacket has an oval neckline and three-guarter-length sleeves The chiffon topover has a j tuck-under stretch waist and a chiffon neck scarf. Slender wool skirt is at'ached to a camisole. Paris Theatre Stage Show The new stage show at the Paris Theater opens Friday, starring Dina Mite, "the cutest playmate in Burlesk." Bobbye Mack, "the wham, wham girl." is co-featured along with top stars of Burlesk Barbara Curtiss. Al Anger. Candy Cohen, Jimmy Pinto. Rhonda Allen and Phil Lane. The show starts at 11 a.m., on Friday, and is continuous until midnight. There's a two and a half-hour midnight show on Saturday. CANTOR GORDON S. RICHARDS Mrs. Schine Hosts Luncheon Mrs. G. 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They will be doing their neighbor.a public service by distributii a leaflet concerning the new blood test to detect PKU (Phenylketonuria > which, if not detected in time leads to mental retardation, while they are on their "porch light brigade" to collect gifts for the continuation of the March of Dimes services and research in the fields of birth defects, rheumatoid arthritis and polio. *-** %  ** -* **-*** ** DON'T LOSE A DAY'S SALARY DUE TO COUGHS & COLDS! barogest-C 12 HOUR CONTINUOUS ACTION RELIEF FOR COUGHS A COLDS IN ONE CAPSULE • one baroqest-C capiult now replaces, both cold COptuUt •nil mciiY cough syrups • contains proven ingredients tor all coughs and colds • plus amazing now DEXANE • contains no codeine or other habit forming drugs • 10 continuous action cop* tyl* only ^i # 98 • guaranteed relief or yu menejf pock! Available at All Pharmatiet A QUALITY PRODUCT OF BARRY Q MARTIN barogest-C + 4* Grand Opening, Monday Morning, Feb. 3rd, 10 a.m. MR. I. K. 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Friday, January 31. 1964 +Jewlsti ftcrkUan Page 5-A I Reader Wants Nixon Record Cleared Samuel Gertner. executive director of Mt. Sinai Hospital, receives Certificate of Commendation of the National Fire Protection Association from Miami Beach Fire Chief D. C. Kennett The award was the resuh of a national contest and presented to Mt. Sinai for "an outstanding program emphasizing life safety provisions for patients." Report Khrushchev Has Asked Russell to Moscow for Confab NEW YORK — (JTA> — Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev has invited Lord Bel rand Russell, the lumou<: British philosopher, to come to the Kremlin to discuss the situation Of the Jews in the Nussbaum Heads Zionist Council Continued from Page 1-A ttrtrves of all nine constituent Zion i-t orgffniutions. The follov. i.Zionist organizations are me c instituent bodies ol the American Zionist Council; American Jewish League for iracl, B'nai Zion. Hadassah, Religious Zionists i I America, Labor Zionist Movement, Progressive Ziottfsl League-Hashomer Hatzair, United Labor Zionist Party. United Zionists-Revisionists <>f America, and Zionist Organization ot America. NEW BREAK-THRU for coughs & colds! barogest-C 13 HOUR CONTINUOUS ACTION RUIH FOR COUGHS & COLDS IN ONI CAPSULl y.-* T "t ^.' € / '" 1 USSR, according to reports in the Yiddish press here. For the last year, there has been an exchange of letters between Russell and Khrushchev, stemming from the British scholar's concern about frequently published accusations charging the Soviet Government with condoning persecutions against the 3.dOO.OOO Jews in the USSR In his replies. Khrushchev had denied lhal (here is any anti Senutism in bis country. in one ni Russell's latest letii is. hi expressed particular criticism against the tact that a hinh percentage ot so-called "economic criminals" convicted in Soviet court-, and given the death sentence, were JewRussell had also noted in his letters that the Soviet press, which is strictly controlled by the Communist Party, has consistently highlighted the names of Jews convicted, thereby fanning anti-Semitism. (At the United Nations, circles dose to the problem surrounding anti.Semiti.im in the Soviet Union expressed doubt whether such an invitation had, indeed, been sent by Mr. Khrushchev. Last week, in reply to charges of Soviet antiSemitism voiced in the UN Subcommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities, the Soviet representative on that subcommission, Boris S. Ivanov, read one of the Khrushchev letters to Russell, denying the existence of anti-Semitism in the USSR.) EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: During my recent absence from Miami, The Jewish Floridian published a letter by Rep. Seymour Halperin, of New York, to former Vice President Richard Nixon, inquiring about Mr. Nixon's visit to Egypt and press reports to the effect that he had delivered a speech there inimical to Israel and favorable to the Arabs. Upon my return to Miami, people who know me here as Florida State Republican Party chairHIMI for minorities told me that Mr. Nixon's failure to deny the accusation admitted rts validity. Fact is that Mr. Nixon has replied to the Halperin letter, and in all fairness and justice, I urge you to publish it. LEON J. ELL Miami leach The Honorable Seymour Helpern •-* — EDITOR, The Jewish FlerWian: In your issue of Jan. 24, Rabbi Tibor Stern, in a Letter to the Editor, appeals for the establishment of a chaplaincy to take care I of hospital patients and inmates ot penal institutions who are of the Jewish faith. Rabbi Stern advises that the chaplaincy should be provided by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation So far. the Jewish Federation can not take care of much greater needs such as the inadequate facilities of the YM and YWHA. as well as for our youth and senior citizens. Wouldn't the establishment of the proposed chaplaincy be a good communal deed to be taken care of by the rabbis and their erganixations themselves? Couldn't It be set up on a rotating basis each month or week, with another rabbi volunteering? The Jewish community takes good care of its rabbi through the various congregations. In addition, the community avails itself of the services of the rabbis, lor both happy and sad occasions, which are not performed by the clergy without compensation. Wouldn't it be a good idea for our religious leaders to prove that they have the good of the community at heart, as they preach, and serve God and mankind in this manner? YAIR WEIZMAN Miami Beach House of Representatives Washington, 25, D.C. Dear Sy: I read with interest your letter of Sept. 3. You were correct in assuming that what I said in my press conference in Cairo was not accurately reported in some of the press accounts. I have asked for a transcript ol the conference to be sent to me. and when it arrives 1 shall forward to you the pertinent excerpts which will set the record straight on the points you raised. For example, I made no reference direct or indirect to the activities of UAR soldiers in Yemen. My reference to foreign technic ians working in the UAR was made with regard to Russian engineers on the Aswan Dam, and not with reference to German scientists. As far as the Aswan Dam decision is concerned, it is my conviction at this time that, if we had it to do over again, it would have been better for us to have participated in the financing of the Dam, thereby keeping the Russian personnel in such great numbers out of the UAR. Even those who doubted the economic feasibility of the project several years ago now agree that it will be completed on schedule and will be of great benefit in reducing the terrible poverty in the UAR. I think you will agree that any project that serves that end will tend also to reduce the expansionist tendencies of the people of that country as they satisfy their needs at home without the necessity of new conquests abroad. In my conversation with Nasser and in my public statements with regard to him, I emphasized that his best interests would be served by concentrating his admittedly great talents for leadership on progress for his own people rather than on adventures abroad. And. in every conversation I had with UAR officials and press men, I made this pointthat the people of the United States sympathized with the desire of the people of the UAR or any other country to achieve economic progress, but that we could not justify cooperation with any country where our assistance was, in effect, subsidizing foreign edvenlures. I think you will agree that these general principles are sound, whether applied to the UAR or to any other country. As far as a visit to Israel is concerned, I can assure you that had I had more time on this trip, I would have extended it to include Israel and several countries %  in that area as well. As you are | no doubt aware, I have been a % %  long-time supporter of American cooperation and assistance to the 1 Israeli Government, and former Prime Minister Ben-Gurion, who has been a guest in my home, is a personal friend. 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Page 10-B fJewist Fk>ricfiain Friday, January 31, 1964 National Council of Jewish Women To Hold Jewish Cultural Meetings "Council Divisions will be cele-j hrating Jewish Culture Month at Wednesday meetings," says Mrs I Raymond R. Rubin, president of! the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women. | "Our Jewish heritage and cul-j tiiie are a valuable part of the: American democratic way of life, I vith music the happy thread that runs in and out of the structure of that life." i. • Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles' Fisher, president, will hold a Con-; temporary Jewish Affairs meet-: ing at 11 a.m. before the regular meeting at noon. Mrs. Annette Ranson will speak on "What Does llu Word 'Religion' Mean When! Applied to the Jew?" Both meetings will take place at Washington Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr. Guest speaker will be the Rev. Floyd W. Cooper, pastor of the Rader Memorial Methodist Church, who will speak on "Interiaith and Good Will between Religions." Coffee and danish will be served. Coral Division, Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, president, will meet at HlUal House. 1100 Miller Dr., at 12:30 p.m.. for coffee. Rabbi Samuel April and Cantor Gershon Levin, of Temple Or Olom, will present a program of Jewish and Hebraic music. Accompanist will be Mrs. Alvin Liebcrman and vocal by Mrs. Jack Primack. N. Rosenkranz Paul Mi/ler llovd Siegendorf Freddy Susi ij^cf^ re ligious education. His outside in ieresU are tishing and boati Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Miller. 4600 Granada Blvd.. will honor their son at the Kiddush following the ceremony, Mendel Fisher, for 28 years executive director of the Jewish National Fund of America, will be guest speaker at Saturday morning services of Temple Emanu-El this weekend. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Fisher will also T>e principal speaker Saturday evening at a Tu B'Shevat celebration for the Jewish teachers of Greater Miami sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education at Temple Ner Tarn id. Guest artist will be Israeli singer Tova Ronnie Dr. Nathaniel Soroff will be heard in a message. Highlight of Fisher's stay in the city will be his appearance before a Jewish National Fund Council meeting Sunday night in the Everglades Room of t.ie Fontainebleau Hotel. At the meeting. Fisher will officially dedicate the Me Ami Golden Book on behalf of JNF. Serving on the committe lor the Sunday function are: Leon J. Ell, Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. Benjamin Appel. Johan Berman, Mrs. Nathan Bookspan. William Bornstein. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Ilyman Eisenbaum. Harry Feldman. Ezra Finegold. Jacob Fishman. Abraham Fraidlin. Lillian Goodman. Mayshie Friedberg, Abraham Grossman. Abraham Grunhut. Max Hecht. Peter F. Heller. Sam Kagan. Bernard Kit/ Zev W. Koyan. Mrs. Abraham Mason, Gershon Miller. Reubin Miller. Morris Uinov, Mrs Miriam Press, Isidor Riikin, Harrj Rosen, Julius Rosenstein, Sam Schachno, Irving Schatzman, Al Sherman, Meyer Siegel, Ben Sil1 1 r, Joshua Z. 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He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Slippery Rock State College in Pennsylvania, and also studied at the University of Pittsburgh and Harvard University. During World War II, he was an officer in the United States Navy and served over-ens al Pearl Har'"' on the personal stafl ol \d miral Chester W. Nimitz, com mander-in-chiel ol the Pacific Fleet. Robins, his wife, Reva, nov do ing graduate studj al the Universit) of Miami, and children Louis 13, and Janel 9, live in the South %  I s< ction Hi Miami, Epicure Market Features Finest In Food Items Two brothers. Edward and Leonard Thai, launched a venture 13 years ago. They bought the Epicure Market To lay, the store al 1656 Alton ltd is enlarged to twice itoriginal size Epicure Market features exclusive gourmel foods and an unusual hostess Pantry, which offers to us customers home cooked, fresh and frozen foods. Ed Thai Iconvinced that the future of quality independent food stores lies in providing services and the kind of food products that are hard to linil elsewhere. "Our Hostess Pantry is just one way of proving the point," he says. Ed Thai has been in the food business all his life. He started out in his fathers enterprise in Philadelphia, which supplied prime meats and produce to restaurants. Beef stews was the first item offered in the new Hostess Pantry. Prepared in the back of the store, the stew was ladled out of a big pot on order. "Soon we began processing it in glass jars," the Thais explain. Shortly after that, other items were added: lamb stew, chicken giblets with rice, varieties or soup, appetizers, salads, spreads and dressings. The Epicure Market has since enlarged even further to open a second store at 9417 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Featured today is the "Party on a Platter." a special Epicure assortment of meats, n.,h, poultry, salads and canapes.—ST. 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