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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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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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"cJewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 37 Number 9
Miami Parents
Appeal Flerida
Bible Decision
COP SUPPORTS MOVt PACt Il-A
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The United
States Supreme Court is being ask-
ed to direct the State of Florida
n heed a high court ruling out-
aw ing Bible-reading and prayer
'Vtcitation in the public schools.
Four Miami parents Monday
.1 notice ol appeal to the
h court of a Florida Supreme
i nut decision upholding the FlOr-
statute requiring daily Bible
reading in public schools.
The appeal also asked for re-
versal of the Florida court's rul-
ing in behalf of sustained recita-
tion of the Lrd's Prayer and the
conducting of religious bacca-
laureate programs, a relig'ous
censes among pupils and reli-
gious tests as a qualification for
teacher employment.
The tour Miami residents, a
i nitarian, an agnostic and two
Jewish parents, are being repre-
sented without fee by Leo Pfetfer,
era I counsel ol the Amen,.
h Congress.
Those appealing
Chamberlin, ol 892
Mrs Elsie Thorner,
Dr and Mrs
'fcio Daytonia If
_____________Miami. Florida. Friday, February 28. 1964
Two Sections Price 20*
U.S. Rabbis Battle Ban
Against Their Divorces
RABBI THEODORE NflMMN
facin'i Ihe issue
ON THE JEWS
Cardinal Sure
Vatican Will
OK Statement
are Harlow
NE 140th St :
5681 S\V 84th
Philip Stern.
and Edward S
. '"link. 1380 Cleveland Rd.
The case i- ri garded as the
: rsi major test of a wide variety
>ectarian practices in the pub-
I schi the 1963 '
I s Supreme Couri thai
Id school prajers and Bible-
ding unconstitutional.
VugUSt, 1982, the Florida Su
; line Court sustained Iwo lower
Continued on Page 8-A
NEW YORK iJTA Rich-
ard Cardinal Cushlng, Archbishop
ol Boston and a leading liberal
Catholic prelate, expressed confi-
dence this week that the Catholic
Church wool I eventually"' adopt
the declaration on Catholic-Jewish
relatii ns by passe I at the last ses-
sion of the Ecumenical Council.
He coupled his prediction with
a call for immediate closer rela-
tionships between Catholics and
Ji v i h s< hem a which the
i ouncil session did i'!>t treat re-
jects Jewish responsibility for
the inn fixion ol Jesus, and warns
Continued on Paqe 10-A
NEW YORK (.ITAi Rabbi
Theodore Friedman, president of
the Conservative Rabbinical Assem-
bly of America, said this week his
organization was determined to
force the issue ol the refusal of
Ihe Israeli rabbinate to recognize
.'(wish religious divorces granted
by American Conservative rabbis.
The Conservative rabbinical
group called a press conference to
explain why it had engaged Gideon
Housncr, former Israeli Attorney
General, to represent it in Israel
on the issue. Rabbi Friedman said
that Mr. Ilausner had been en-
gaged "to explore ways"' in which
the problem could be handled un-
er Israel law. He added that, in
engaging Mr. Hausner, the Rab-
binical Assembly had not commit-
ted itself to legal action, but that
this i< a possibility
The event which brought about
the action was the application
last September of a Jewish wo-
man who had been divorced by
a Conservative rabbi in Boston,
for a license to marry. The rab-
binical registrar in Tel Aviv re-
jected the application on grounds
that the divorce was invalid.
The woman wrote to the Boston
rabbi, who referred the matter to
the rabbinical group. Rabbi Fried
GliiiON HAUSNER
to the rescue
man then wrote to Chief Rabbi
Isar Untermann, of Tel Aviv, on
the refusal. Rabbi Untermann re-
plied that the divorce document
had only one rabbinical signature
as against the three required in
Israel.
Rabbi Friedman wrote again to
Rabbi Untermann, pointing out that
a single rabbinical signature was
Continued on Pa.ge 16-A
We're Determined ts Bar
Arab War, McNamsra Says
'CiMMOMMt' IXKUTIONIR
Gestapc Man Who Killed
400 Minsk Jews en Trial
BONN(.ITAiHana Graaife', a
wartime officer of Hitler's SS, went
on trial at Kiel this week, in an-
other ol the West German proceed-
- agains! former Nazi war
criminals, charged with killing
loo Jews in Minsk, capital of Bye-
russia, during World War II.
The first witness against Graaife
Karl Strohhammer, who testi-
1 ed he had witnessed a "ceremon-
ial execution" ol .lews, staged for
;'"' benefit ol Henrich Himmler,
1 hiel ol Hitler's Gestapo. The kill
- he said were done with car-
bines and machine guns He told
court he was unable to remem-
er bj this time whether Graaife
personal!) took part in the mur-
1 rs, bill declared he "could
"car" that the defendant had is-
ited Ihe order for the executions.
Meanwhile, one of the five for-
mer Nazis being tried in Bruns-
wick in the wartime slaughter of
5.200 Jews in Pinsk, Poland, in
"41, scught at his trial to pin
'he blame for the murders on a
'ormer SS general who was shot
a' a traitor on Hitler's orders.
Walter liornscheuer, a former
ss cavalryman, asserted that the
order for the killings was convey-
ed by ss Gen. Otto-Herman Fege-
lein. brother-in-law Ol Hitler's mis-
tress Eva Braun. Bornacheurer in-
sisted thai Pegelstein gave instruc-
tions that the order, issued by
Himmler. be carried out in August
1941, dc>pite protests by some of-
ficers
WASHINGTON (JTA) Sec-
retary of Defense Robert McNa-
mara, addressing the House Arm
ed Services Committee, emphasiz
ed tin1 interest of the United
States "to keep the Arab-Israel
icucl from escalating into overt
hostilities" and explained why the
L'.S. sold Hawk anti-aircraft mis-1
-lies to Israel
His testimony before the Com-
mittee given in connection with
the defense budget for the year
was made public by the Congres-
sional body. "Although we do not
share with other Near East coun-
tries membership in any formal
military organization, our inter-
est in supporting peace and sta-
bility in the area has been well
established and. we believe, is
clearly understood by the countries
involved," the Secretary of Dc-
r-nso said
"The U.S. objective has long
been to keep the Arab-Israel
feud from escalating into overt
hostilities," he continued. "Real-
ization of this objective has been
made more difficult by the in-
jection of substantial Soviet
bloc aidboth economic and
militaryinlo the region, and
particularly into Egypt, Syria,
Iraq and Yemen.
"For this reason, the U.S. has.
on a very selective basis, provid-
ed some assistance in the form of
-ales of military material to Is-
rael and the smaller Arab states,
including Saudi Arabia and Jor-
dan. And it is in this context that
the L'.S. sold Hawk anti-aircraft
missiles to Israel, to help provide
an effective defense against mod-
Continued on Paqe 2-A
'MAJOR ADVANCE'
Two Scientists
Make Important
Atom Discovery
\ I: W YORK< ATA (-Discover-
ies considered b> some of the lead-
in; scientists in the world as "a
major advance in the physics of
elementary atomic particles" have
been made independent!) by two
Jewish scientists and confirmed bj
:!."> -dentists at the Brookhavcr.
National Laboratory which is head-
ed by another Jew, according to
announcements made here this
week.
The three scientists are Dr. Yu
val Ne'eman, deputy director ol
the Israel Atomic Energy Com
mission; Dr. Murray Cell Mann
professor of physics at the Cali
lornia Institute of Technology. Pas
adena; and Dr. .Maurice Goldhab-
Laboratory. A fourth physicist whi
contributed materially to the new
scientific breakthrough is Dr. S
| Okubo, of the University ol Roch-
i ster
Dr. Ne'eman, of Israel, now a
visiting fellow at the California
Institute of Technology, is cred-
ited with having been the first in
the world to have discovered a
unitary system for classifying
certain atomic particles in groups
of eight. Independently, Dr. Gell-
Mann did work along the same
lines. Under D r Goldhaber,
sciertistsaided by others from
the University of Rochester and
Syracuse University succeeded
in confirming these discoveries
through laboratory work.
Dr. Ne'eman was born in Te
Aviv, obtained his scientific edu-
cation in Israel, fought in the Ha-
gana and in the Israel Army din-
ing Israel's War of Liberation, oh
tamed advanced degrees in Lon
don. and is now assistant professor
Continued on Page 14-A
MAKES STATEMENT IN PARLIAMENT
Lavon Affair Explodes Once More
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ol Agriculture Moshe Dayan, who
Lavon Allan" seemingly closed was Israel's Chief of Staff, with
mi 1961 when Pintles Lavon. one
time Israel Defense Minister, was
pam.
Prime
addressed an
Minister Levi
inquiry
Eshkol.
to
ousted from the top echelons ot
Israeli political life in a dispute
about his alleged responsibility for
a "securitj mishap" in 1953, flared
up higher than ever this week
its revival was due to a state-
ment in Ihe Knessel bj Minister
the rank Of general, when the "mis-
hap" presumably took place.
Three opposition parties the
Liberals, Herut and the Commu-
nistsfiled motions of non-confi-
dence in the Government as a
result of the Dayan statement.
A third non-coalition party, Ma-
One ol Israels leading newspa-
per's, "Maariv." had reported that
Mr. Dayan had made statements
about the Lavon affair differing
totally from the lads as known
until now. Members ol the opposi-
tion questioned him in the Knessel
Continued on Page 5-A
MOSHE DAYAN
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Friday, February 28, \%
U.S. Determined to Keep Mideast Free of War
Continued from Page 1-A
. in lightiis and bomber aircraft,"
ihe Secretary of Defen.sc- stated.
Mr. McNamara noted. In con-
eluding his remarks on the Mid-
lie Kasi. that the U.S.A, has en-
gaged in military exercises h
some of the friendly countries ot
the area, such as Iran and Saudi
Arabia, "in order to demonstrate
our capability and determination
to lend support, when and if re-
quired."
General Yitzhak Rabin. Israels
Chief of Staff, asserted in Tel
Aviv tin
bomber fleet with a
lentlal superior to that of France
or Italy, and that Egyptian tanks
were us stood as the
Europe.
Mixed Armistice Commission over
best in
Beach Chamber
Elects Broad
As President
Mayor Shepard Broad, of Bay
Harbor Islands, president of Amer-
ican Savings and Loan Association,
has been elected president of the
Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
tnerce.
Other officers named to serve
with Broad are till vice presi-
dent. Charles L. Clements Jr.,
president of Chase Federal Savings
and Loan Association; second vice
president, Alexander S. Gordon,
attorney and -Metro Commissioner:
treasurer. Samuel L. Seltzer, pres-
ident, Mercantile National Hank
I. A. 'Doc" Baker was reap
pointed as general manager and
secretary to the Board oi Gover-
nors. C. W, 'Pete" Chase Jr.,
Kogan to Speak
At Lodge Meeting
Zev V. Kr.gan. chairman of the
board ol the Greater Miami Divi-
sion of the Jewish National Fund,
will be featured speaker at the
North Shore B'nai B'rith meeting
in Washington Federal Savings !
; 1133 Normandy Dr.. on Monday-
evening.
Program chairman. Irvine C.
.Spear, said that Kogan's topic- for'
the evening will be "Present
Land Reclamation and Reforestra-
tion Activities in Israel."
K. Alfred Kowen. president of
ihe lodge, will conduct the meet-
ing.
delivery po- the attempted penetration which
was made by three Syrians at the
northern lip of the border Two
were armed. The Israel patrol
spotted the infiltrators and fired
warning shots. Syrian positions
tlun directed heavj rifle and auto .
matic fire against the patrol, and
the fire was returned.
SHEPARD BROAD
Beach Chamber organizing secre-
tary and for 40 years Chamber
treasurer, was named to the Execu-
tive Committee. A. D. Smith, pres-
ident, Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors, was elected to the unexpired
two-year term of Leon C. McAskill.
elevated to the position of trustee.
Appointed to one-year terms on
the Board of Governors were New-
ton II. Bollingcr. Florida Power
and Light; A. Louis Brown Jr.,
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association; Dr. Jack A.
Greenhouse, retired dentist; Alex-
ander Koch. Southern Bell Tele-
phone Company; Sonny Shepherd,
Carib Theatre, and Terry Sussman,
Carillon Hotel.
He said also that Israel's prin-
cipal security problem was to
maintain a deterrent superiority
over Egypt, which he called the
only Arab country capable of
launching itself single-handedly
against Israel. He added that
there was a need in Israel for
long-term regular army men
who could master the increasing-
ly sophisticated equipment of
modern armament.
Syrian nervousness led to sev-
eral incidents on Israel's north
em border during the pasl week
the Army spokesman reported
lure The latest incident occurred
when an Israeli armored car. pa-
trolling well within Israeli terri-
tory, hit a Syrian-planted mine
opposite Syrian positions. Three
occupants Of the vehicle were ser
lOUSl) injure.1.
Syrians tried to penetrate into
Israeli territory, touching ofl an
exchange of lire between an Is-
raeli patrol and Syrian positions
Israel filed a complaint with the
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Page 3-A
Westview Affair Nets CJA $25,000
Sharing in a 25 percent increase at the Mer-
cantile luncheon of the 1964 Combined Jewish
Appeal are (left to right) A. I. Alexander, John
Serbin, Edwin Lukas, guest speaker, Division
Co-Chairman William S. Ruben, CJA General
Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, Division Co-
Chairman Joseph E. Brooks, and Harry Miz-
rach, Morris Rabinowitz, co-hos'->. Also serv-
ing as co-host was A. J. Alexander, of Kent
Furniture, co-chairman of the Furniture and
Appliance group.
Mercantile Division Reports 25 Percent
Increase for 1964 Combined Appeal
('ruler the leadership of Joseph
E. Brooks, vice president of Bur-
line's, and William S. Ruben, vice
president <>1 .Ionian Marsh, the
Mercantile Division animal lunch-
eon produced $30,000, a 2."> percenl
increase over last year on behalf
.1 the 1W>4 Combined Jewish Ap-
Guest speaker Edwin J. Lukes,
director oi the National Affairs
Department of the American Jew-
ell Committee, said that there has
been a notable change in anti-
Semitic explosion in the United
Slates today,
"It is not the overt form we
saw in the Hitler era and which
was even practiced in the halls
of Congress by certain Senators
and Representatives of that era," |
Lukas declared. "Today, anti-
Semitism is more subtle, more
polite, and manifests itself in
different ways.
"For example." he explained.
"big business management of al-
most all of the chemical industry
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the banking and insurance indus-
try, are guilty n| tin- form, which
ha- been shown by our report that
If.- than io percent ot their
executives are "I the Jewish
laith."
Co-hosts tor the annual Mercan-
tile luncheon held at the DuPonl
Plaza Motel in addition to the co-
chairmen, were A. .1. Alexander,
ol Kent Furniture, co-chairman
of the Furniture and Appliance
group; Harry Mizrach, of King
Kole. Apparel Group chairman;
and Morris Rabinowitz. of Miami
Diamond Center, who for many
years has served as head of the
Jewelry Group.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, general
, chairman, spoke briefly at the
first Trade luncheon of the cam-
paign. Other leading members
of the Mercantile Division in-
clude John Serbin, honorary
chairma nof the Apparel Group;
Irving Kern and Louis Reinstein,
co-chairmen of Women's Sports-
wear Manufacturers; Ben
Schwarti, chairman of Embroid-
erers Group; Byron Topol, chair-
man of Hanibag Manufacturers;
and Jack Diaimond, chairman of
Textile Salesmen.
Co-chairman of the Retail and
Department Store Group are San-
lord Sprintz and Sam Rappaport.
In the Furniture and Appliances
Group as co-chairmen are A. J.
Alexander and Gordon Peterson;
Ray Mutson. chairman ol Ap-
pliances; Gordon Paterson, chair-
man of Bedding Manufacturers;
William Baros Jr., chairman of
Carpel and Rug Retailer-: Frank
M. Seiden, chairman oi Contract
Furnishers; Dave Melin, chairman
of Furniture Manufacturers sup-
pliers; Herman Milgram. chair-
man of Lamp Manufacturers; and
Ken Clifford and T. V. Moore, co-
chairmen ot Furniture Retailers.
Over i n new pledges, a
20 percenl increa e, was recorded
at the seco d a nual Westview
Country Club Tournament and
Dinner on behall oi the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, it un-
announced bj Dr. Norman s. Jaffe,
chairman of I he event.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. 19b'4 CJA
campaign chairman, who was a
speaker at the dinner, noted that
Westview Country Club once again
"exhibits its rightful role as a
leader of the community and of all
worthy communal philanthropy."
Abraham L. Feinberg, guest
speaker at the dinner, and pres-
ident of the American Commit-
tee for the Weizmann Institute of
Science, called "communal re-
sponsibility," and "rescue" key
words in support of CJA both at
home and abroad.
"This basic summation of the
work your philanthropic dollars
make possible recmphasizing the
age old tenet of our people that
communal responsibility is the
very core and heart of Jewish
life," Feinberg declared. "What we
have done here tonight and what
we continue to do in our commu-
nity, in our country and through-
out the world, reaffirms our belief
in this tradition and our basic her-
itage as Jews."
Under the leadership "i Dr. Jaffe
and the co-chairmanship oi Daniel
Gilman, David P. Catsman and
Leonard Wien, the second annual
Westview Federation Dinner dou-
bled the attendance of the inaugu-
ral event, "and provided increased
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e ies in the Grei i r ian
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Volume 37
Number 9
Friday, February 28, 1964
15 Adar 5724
Religion and Morality
To Keynote Seminar
Affiliates of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
will be gathering here this Sun-
day for an all-day symposium on
the general theme of "Religion
and Morality."
The seven Reform syna-
gogues in the South Florida area
will participate in aspects of the
discussion as they relate to the
contemporary American scene.
See Pages 6-7A.) Joining the
UAHC Southeast Region here will
be Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, na-
tional president of the Union.
The symposium will highlight
the role religion can play today
in narrowing the huge chasm be-
tween that which we practice and
that which we preach. The sig-
nificance here is manifold: The
disparity in our moral posture is
personal. It is also national,
which is to say that, as a nation,
we have wandered from the path
of fundamental democratic prin-
ciple. If affects, as a conse-
guence, the wholesome growth
of our young.
If this last concern may not
receive an overwhelming snare
of the symposium's consideration on Sunday,
it will certainly play a major part. For as all
of us recognize, it is upon the future genera-
tion's moral development that the nation
at large builds its hopes and aspirations.
This is also true of our hopes and aspira-
tions as Jews for our Judaism Without the TSSS&JkSS' a f wrldw'de ?*? of
proper education of our children in the high- *3 na' stools designed to help build and
est principles of Jewish history and ethics, "build human lives by teaching modern
we can hardly contribute toward the perpe- L ve a. **&<* *ade- Put some tools
?nation of our 5.000-year-old tradition. ,nto..the knowin9 hands of a young adult just
J starting out, and each of them has been af-
The UAHC symposium here Sunday forded the opportunity to achieve a productive
should certainly provide much stimulating and self-sustaining future.
Hjnfek
ORT Day Wednesday
South Florida Region of Women's Ameri-
can ORT will join the nation in celebration of
ORT Day on Wednesday.
ORT, or Organization for Rehabilitation
thought for those who will be participating.
This is what ORT has been all about in
its 84 years as a vocational training agency
of the Jewish people. Today, ORT maintains
some 600 training centers and workshops in
22 countries on five continents.
In Israel, ORT began with a student body
McNamara's Statement
Pinchas Lavon Again
We note with interest the revival of the
Lavon fiasco in Israel. This skeleton in the
closet of Israeli politics saunters out of its un- oi 665 discharged soldiers end wounded per-
comfortable hideaway every once in a while sons in 1948- and by 1962 had 16,227 students
to embarrass the nation and its leaders. enrolled in 144 installations.
Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan's South Florida Women's American ORT is
sudden impulse to speak out on the question faking a substantial contribution toward as-
again is as politically motivated as was the sis,ing 'he World ORT Union in the fulfillment
Lavon "resignation" some ten years ago, when *,s highest purpose.
Pinchas Lavon left the office of Minister of De-
fense, which Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
took up in a dual capacity.
From this distance it is speculation, but Tne statement by U.S. Secretary of De-
safe speculation, that Dayan spoke out last fense Robert McNamara that our nation is de-
week less as a consequence of his need to letned to keep peace in the Middle East
"explain" what took place at the time than suggesls cause for both confidence and con-
because he remains dissatisfied with the share cern-
given the younger leaders, among whom he On the one hand it ic ,
counts himself, in the government of Israel warning to any Z^l^Z^ZtT
,0da!,- 0 hat the United States wilTS^n .mme*
Gen. Dayan made this eminently clear -ia,e hand in halting the eruption of a war
last June, following the sudden resignation of ,nere-
Mr. Ben-Gurion; and the reversing of his de- On the othpr hnr>A ;. .,
cision not to join the new Eshkol coalition ready unhappyConclusion S w\'he al
leeTt *2 r"- tha< he hd b6en mllified iS ,aki^ S2l .Se re2atedhrl?^'0?
by behind-the-scenes promises of greater pur- by Eqvp'ian Stronnman m ?,S V01ced
pose for the "revolting young Turks." against Israel. 9" NaSSer ior a war
That he speaks out today indicates that This mav verv woll
the promises have not been kept. Minister of rapidly approachinr, thi "^l ,' Nas
Agriculture Dayan remains precisely what his B^^SSfcSUSS Pin' Where h
cabinet post impliesand perhaps a little less M
than that. Hence, the resurrection of the dead, ne has ever refused to believe that
the reemergence of the Pinchas Lavon case. he Wl11 ,ry when he feels sure he can Tt,
never satisfactorily explained or concluded, to McNamara statement possibly mean "h
time is near. "S ,he
ser is
he be-
shake the stability of the coalition.
during the week
as i see it

by LEO MINDLIN
JHE STATE of Israel Bond
national inaugural ban-
quet Saturday night at ih(.
Kontaincblcau Hotel did not
stint for exciting moments
As in previous years, the ban-
quet presented layer upon lay-
er of spectacular personalities
irr the ficWs of government
and the arts. Israel Finance
Minister Pinchas Sapir offer-
ed a rundown on his country's
economic achievements. His telling statistics included these bits of
information: Some 170.000 immigrants have come into Israel dur-
ing the past three years; by the end of 1969, a total population of
3.000.000 is anticipated; the young nation's exports will be nudging
the SI.300,000,000 mark at that time.
Added together. Minister Sapir's presentation suggested unpre-
cedented growth during the years ahead, with capital Investment
funds from State of Israel Bonds playing a pivotal role in the de-
velopment of those areas best capable of accommodating the new-
comers. Such expansion of course involves the country's as yet un-
tapped areas, and primarily this means the Negev, the cogent key
to Israel's tomorrow.
Those who have seen the Negev. the real Negev, which lies
considerably below Becrsheba. the average limiting point of desert
travel for most tourist-, know that the challenge comes close to
exceeding human capability of conquest. The terrain is fantastic
in the fundamental meaning of the word. A blasted lunar land-
scape "f red. purple and sand-colored rock marked by mountain
swell- rising a thousand feel and more above the ground seeminglj
bar the possibility of future habitation.
THE NATIONAL WATER PROJECT
AT least, these things would bar the possibility for people
!i : its !' : in the face ol the achievement of Israi
her i doubt thai they will prevail, and tl
I :- dedicated to this end. That thi v
I animosities to meet at < ain
the project demonstral -_
nition of the Negi to l*r.-ul i I
,ly to bl
significant portion
lation cussion "i the project.' pai u
I S di i isii n i" i o
ibilitj "i atomic energy to
in, thi thi world.
L'.S. Sen. I Mr, Sapir to the rosi
and > for an obliging word, particularly if he -
n many times before In this singular spirit, he told hi- i.r
story of the emperor's suddenl) marred diamond, whose jew<
could m>! remove the blemish, save for one enterprising fellow
managed to integrate a scratch on the face of the diamond
the pattern ol an etching he designed in the shape of an exqi
rose.
PREDICTIONS ABOUT JEWRY'S DURABILITY
QY THIS, the Senator suggested Israel's cunning, which turn- over-
* whelming disadvantages into miraculous achievements. Mere,
he recounted the talc of an Arab diplomat who came to him years
before in an effort to coerce Israel into taking back a large num-
ber of refugees. When the Senator refused to use what influence
he might muster, the diplomat warned him that someday American
.lews would get tired of supporting Israel's developing needs.
"1 predict.'' Sen. Kibicoff safely declared, "that the Jew- of
America will never grow tired. As long as there is a Jew any-
where in the world, he will share his crust of bread with his brethren
in Israel, no matter bow small the crust may be."
And then, taking up Minister Sapir's theme, the National Water
Project, he said: 'There aren't enough Arabs on the face of the
earth to stop Israel from irrigating her southland." In a parting
shot suggesting the eternal nature of the Jew. the Connecticut Dem-
ocrat surmised about Jewish durability: "When Communism is I
memory like every other tyranny that has marched across the
world, the l.ilmud and Torah will still stand as shining exan
ui Israel s achievement."
It remained for the guest of honor. Baron Edmond de Roths-
cmid. <" take up where Minister Sapir left off. The Baron's
quite the mosl remarkable add.es- f the evening and. indeed
oi tne very lucid and meaningful ones I've heard on the subject
Israel economic and industrial requirements.
ACHIEVEMENT Of ISRAELS BEST INTERESTS
| found n difficult m so huge a hall to react to his persona
"WI his familj historj Nearness and a sense of intimao
' ."M l;iVIK'h """-' Vnd '" a clear matter ol record thai
has mud, history m his lineage toward which one can easily r. I
ne kind ol warmth and empathy that the sheer size ol l
"af"ra : Nevertheless, Baron Rothschild showed
""'<> understanding ol current affairs when he pointed to [sri
owensc spending as representing fifty percent of her total budget,
n this Hard he suggested thai the purpose of investment d...... -
,';';,; y"""" nat'0" the wherewithal to achieve financially
^sasr^ beyond her rach in thc fac;"f *n
Annv"!!!1'!^,'.."'!'.!1'"'"" BRke "f ,he complex purpose of Israels
tVe',u,'ui,:',,;l,n:,K^Si'ke' "the father of thc **" forei
to the -, mi ',-! ?? ?l "f**1 Principal among these, in addition
an. to ,? f Ea8tern Jewry and a massive cultural trans-
the European continent, was American expertise as the
"! .''' 01 Israel S projected technical enternri^e
pla
life
> technical enterprise.
your Mns *--- nWd" ,0day' Baron Rothschild declared.
skills for ?i!!"r """"';ons i,nd -V0l,r nephews to lend their technical
tween I ,'.. .V.'''"I is ,his' he said. that will be the link be-
'ween Israel and the diaspora tomnrmu,
the
bond
wh
of
' "-I/O 'irwl i ------ "viin-niidi iiiMdiii inmi us, wm '
{ "* thai indicated anew the effectiveness of Ihe
Se Andf|.?Kthe coUectiv imagination of Americans every
import-,nee i i i""Ve a"' which MUmes the ultimate position
i "..nc ,0 ,|U, achievement of irai>. hc in.r,.sts


9 Friday, February 28,
1964
9JenlstfhrtMar?
Page 5-A
LITTER TO THE EDITOR -
Vanocur CM Dilemma Explained
Purchase of S250.000 in Israe' Bonds by ths Bank of Miami
Beach, the largest amount acquired by a bank in the history
of the bond drive, was announced at the Israel Bend inaugural
conference held at the Fontainebleau Ho'^l last weekend.
Shown (left to right) are Baion Edmond de Rothschild of
France, president of the Israel Bond drive for Europe, who was
guest of honor at the conference; Philip E. Simon, chairman
of the board of the bank; and Israel's Finance Minister Pinhas
Sapir. The purchase was the largest announced at 'he con-
ference. (See s'ory, Page 12-A.)
Lavon Affair Explodes Again
As Dayan Offers 'Clarification'
Continued from Page 1-A
about these press reports and also
challenged him as to why he had
withheld vital tacts in his posses-
sion,
Mr. Dayan answered a' length,
but the speaker of (he House or-
dered lii- reply expunged from the
record "for .security reasons."
However, "Maariv" reported the
Dayan version ol the events sur
v oading the "security mishap"
;in occurrence which was never
publicly related in detail.
According to the newspaper re
port. Mr. Dayan staled 'hat the
mi hap" had actually lake:
place long before the dates
n htioned -earlier, and thai the
ol leri leading to the "mishap"
had not been issu< d either bj La
ron or by a senior officer, but bj
"a third factor" who was not
identified by Mr Dayan Accord
ing to "Maariv." Mr. Dayan claim
<(i that he was no longer in the
army" when that action had been
initiated
Asked why lie had nol reported
what he knew to the Government
or to the Knesset's Foreign Affairs
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and Security Committee. Mr. Da-
van was said to have replied that.
although what he knew was, at the
time, "only an assumption." he
had made his data known to the
then Minister oi Justice, Pinhas
[ sen.
Mr. Dayan said "dates had
be?n confused, and when I said
neither Lavon nor a senior offi-
cer gave the orders for the ac-
tions, I meant these orders were
issued before the c'at?s attribu-
ted te Lavon or to the senior of-
ficer."
Mr. Daj an w as reported as
n tried to bring his infor-
n to various committees di-
cussing the entire issue but was
not heard and has never been in
ti i i ive his i. sti.....iy to those
"to this daj According to
-Maariv," he had revealed his
views i"i the first time ;it a i
the top leaders of the Mapai
Part) li aders last Friday, stating
that he considered Lavon not re-
ponsible for the "mishap."
While the non-confidence motions
ire pending and slated tor debate
n the Kncs-et next week, former
Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
requested that he be furnished de-
tails of the fresh parliamentary
debate on the Lavon issue.
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EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Leo Mincllin's column in your pa-
per under date ol Feb. 14 started
off with "I learned a lot Sunday
night." It then went on to recall
tidbits ni NBC News Correspon-
dent Sander Vanocur."
Mr. Mindlin's comments remind-
ed me of what is commonly re-
ferred to as the Monday Morning
Quarterback. Particularly as ref-
was made by him to "aban-
doning the very purpose of the
CJA ila, which he failed to rei
raze from the outset. Mr. Vanocur
lateraled to himself in a prodig-
ious pass of utter irrelevancy to
race away from the bowl and the
ball game."
Mr. Vanocur was invited to come
to Miami as the CJA speaker of the;
evening. During the course of the
affair. Sidney Lefcourt. president
ol the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, announced that the format
had been changed; and whether
this was for good or bad. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman. 1964 CJA chairman,
made the appeal.
After the drive was completed,
Mr. Vanocur was called upon for
his talk. He personally told me
later that he was prepared for the
usual inspiring fund-raising pre-
sentation, but he was taken by sur-
prise to learn that his talk was to'
be anticlimactic. As a result, since
the "game was over." the result-
ing "utter irrelevancy" followed,
and 1 believe was well accepted.
S. D. ANSIN, President
WCKT Television
Miami
or extortionate userer or a trader,
or driver of hard bargains or who
deals craftily. The verb, "to Jew
somebody' or cheat somebody' or
o\ erreach."
What are the American Jew-
ish Committee, the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, the
American Jewish Congress or
the Work' Jewish Congress, or
any ether body of men of under-
standing ar.d intellect doing to
eradicate such a defaming state-
ment depicting the image of a
Jew in such a degrading light?
Who is the person or persons re-
ponsible [or writing this descrip
tion of the Jew? Don't you think
that this should be investigated
thoroughly? Don't you think that
a legal action could be brought
against the publishers by a world
body ol Jews such as the World
Jew ish Congress?
It would have to be a world bod)
! ecause it takes in all Jews, and
the suit could emphasize defama-
tion i f character ol the Jew- in
general. Whether this bod)
v in or not is bar lly the qui -
It vi ould h
' it lie issue tu the
forefront.
HARCLD W. HOFFER
Nassau, Bahamas
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the latest edition 1959 of the
Oxford English Dictionary pub-
lished b) Oxford University Pre--.
Amen House, London K (' 4. Eng
I n.l. page 1063, paragraph 2, the
iv ing definition of a Jew 1-
given:
"Noun Ipplied to a grasping
Leonard Wolt, immediate
past master of Miracle Lodge
321, will be honored for "out-
standing accomplishments
during 1863" at a dinner
dance Jo be he-Id at King's
Bay Country C!ub on Satur-
day niaht
Feldmans Slated
By Moess Chittin
Nora and Noco Feldman. inter-
nationally-acclaimed singers, wilt
be the featured entertainers at the
Toronto-Canadian Moess Chittin
(Wheat Fund) dinner Mar. 1 in the
Grand Cotillion Ballroom of the
DiLido Hotel, it was announced by
Samuel Himel, chairman.
Nora Feldman is a graduate of
Santa Cecilia di Roma in Italy and
has performed leading parts in
i pera houses in that country, as
well as Austria. Germany and Is-
rael.
Nico Feldman has studied voice
in Italy and France and was for
many years a leading tenor in
Israel and French opera.
Moess Chittin is an age-old tra-
dition which provides wine and
other necessities for needy Jews
and their families for Passover.
Proceed- of the dinner will be dis
tributed to needy Jewish families
. in North Africa and Europe and
to newly-arrived immigrants in
Israel.
Himel is a well-known 7.
and community leader and an hon-
orary vice president of the Cant
ian Zionist Organization.
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>
Florida U AHC Plans All Day Meeting
Religicn and Morality Will
Keyitsta Symposium Talks
Open to the Public Here
The South Florida Federation
ol Reform Synagogues will host
an all-day symposium on Sun-
day, Mar. l. entitled "Religion
d Contemporary Morality."
Morning, luncheon and after-
oon sessions will be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. The even-
- --]< ii is scheduled for Tem-
ple Israel ol Greater Miami.
With the excepl Inn of the
mcheon. which requires a paid
rval :! sessions arc free
. ,i open ; i the pi
R -.\ i> !i i Maurice "-. E
. | president ol the
I i ri. .in Hebrew Con
m will me tn M
i ially i" take part in the
-ymposium.
will open at
:i :;n a.m., with a session mi
Morality and Our Changing
- \ Code." Featured will be two
. rsitj i'l Miami -Indents as
panelists. Discussion will be led
hj Herbert C. Bloom, education
director ol Temple lieth Sholom:
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum
guard, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Am; and Mrs. Harry Z.
Rosenberg, Temple Emanu-EI.
Luncheon session at 12:15 p.m.,
will be entitled "Morality and
tlie Affluent Society." Invoca-
tion will be by Rabbi Mordecai
Podet, of Temple Judea, Coral
Myer 0. Sigal, vice
chairman of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations in
Macon, Ga., will be speaker.
At 2 p.m.. the session will ex-
amine "The Synagogue's Role in
Shaping Personal Morality."
Speaker will be Mortimer May,
vice chairman >.i the UAHC in
Nashville, Tenn. Discussion will
follow with these participants:
Rabbi Leon Kronisb. spiritual
leader, Temple Beth Sliolom.
:i Beach, ami Harold Thur-
' T. mple ; ai
Greate
At 8:30 p.m.. the final si
v ill convene at Temple lsra I,
i:'T NE 19th St I in" a si
entitled "Do We Need a New
Moral rude'" Invocation will be
by Rabbi Samuel N. Jaffe, Tem-
ple Beth El. Hollywood. Rabbi
v irice N. Eisendrath, national
president of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, will
be moderator.
Discussants will include Dr.
Maxwell Bauer, radiological phy-
sicist. University of Miami; Dr.
II. Franklin Williams, vice pres-
ident. University of Miami:
David Levitt, vice chairman.
UAHC. Great Neck, N.Y.; Dr.
Joseph R, Narot. Temple Israel
spiritual leader. Rabbi Richard
M. Leviton. of Temple Kmanu-KI.
I'i Lauderdale, will offer the
benediction.
RABBI ISAAC MAYtR WISf
Union Founder
RABBI MAURICt CISINDRA1H
National President
RABBI STtPHtN WISE
Sainted Exponent
MOVEMENT FOUNDED BY RABE! ISAAC MAYER WISE
Historic Roots of Reform Judaism
The Union of Amcricai
i regations "can
Jewish congregational fedei
ill the (luted Mate-, mark- it
9uth year since it was founded
by Rabbi I aac Mayer Wise in
Cincinnati in 1873. During the
congregational year of 1963-64,
numerous events are planned in
tribute to this milestone.
The Miami commemoration
takes place this weekend as lay
and rabbinic leaders gathei
all parts of the hemisphere tn
pay special attention to one of
the many-faceted social issue.-
confronting religious gn ip> in
the countrythe moral climate
in the U.S. today.
Meeting simultaneous!? ill b<
Union Programs Reach Out to College
Student to Blaze New Pathways Today
The Union of American He-
brew Congregations reaches out
to college students. In 1906, it
organized the first Hillel founda-
tion on the Illinois campus. To-
day, through the work of the
Jewish Chautauqua Soicety, it
>pcaks to the college student of
the proud and dynamic heritage
that conlronts the new genera-
tion.
The Union has helped blaze
new pathways in American life
w hich unite all creeds and races
in the search for brotherhood.
Its concept of social action com-
mittee- within each congrega-
tion expresses the highest ideal
nl a dynamic faith that consid-
er- man as God's partner in the
creation of a better world.
Trough prize-winning social ac-
tion iilm strips, motion pictures.
IRVIN FANl
National Board Chairman
books, lectures, and meetings,
and through boldly establishing
the Religious Action Center in
Washington, the Union has re-
stored the function of intelligent
criticism to the American Jew-
ish community.
Contributions to Education
The UAHC Department of Jew-
ish Education was founded in
1903. and helped revitalize Jew-
ish education in America. It
was the work of the Union which
contributed to creating a reli-
gious school that went beyond
the Bar Mitzvah to confirmation
and then to post-confirmation in-
struction.
Full use of modern audio-visual
aids, teachers* guides, teen-age
magazines, new approaches to
ethics and theology have kept
the field of Jewish education
alive, and all of American Juda-
ism has been influenced and en-
larged by these efforts.
The Union has been among
pioneers in the field of inter-
group relations, and has been
constant in upholding its side of
the dialogue between Jew and
non-Jew. The Commission on
Information about Judaism was
founded in 1915, and the "Mes-
sage of Israel" has been con-
tinually broadcast since 1934. In
1943. the Union began publish-
ing the magazine "American
Judaism;" and its television and
radio programs, "Legacy of
Light" and "Adventure in Juda-
ism." have been widely acclaim-
ed. In all of these methods of
communication there has been
an emphasis on Judaism not as
static, but dynamic.
Alert to the Times
When social conditions chang-
ed, the Union experimented, in-
vestigated, and then created new
solutions for new problems The
Union's Bureau of Synagogue Ac-
tivities gave advice on architec-
ture, trained executive secretar-
ies, set standards for board
members, brought new tech
niques of worship and of music,
and enlarged the congregation
by adding a new dimension
the teen-agers. This aspect of
Reform growth, the Union's Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Youth founded in 1939. fused the
dynamism of Judaism with the
energy and dedication of the
coming generation.
Reaching, as it has. into mod-
ern life in all its aspects, the
Union has created for its mem-
bers an involvement in Judaism
which means progre-s and vital-
ity for them in the year- ahead,
SUMMER CAMP
As part of its opening pro-
gram of religious education
the South Florida Federa-
tion, in cooperation with the
Southeast Council of the
UAHC, conducts a summer-
long camping program for
youth and adults of Reform
Jewish Congregations in five
states.
The camp, located at the
foot of the Blue Ridge Moun-
tains in Cleveland, Ga., pro-
viies exciting experiences
in living Judaism for young-
sters between the ages of 11
and 18. Sessions are from
two to three weeks and arc-
ed by professional and rab-
binic staff.
In addition, the facilities
are utilized for adult re.
treat-.
the I : the
1 AHl Board Ii di
the religious movement Ses
..,.:.. will I" chaired b> m
elected L'AHl Board Chain
In in Fai' t Kansas Cit} Mo.
Enrich Jewish Life
When the l'mon was establish-
ed, it- purpose as stated in the
constitution of 1873, was "to en
courage and aid the organization
and development of Jew i-h con-
ations: to promote and en
rich an I inti nsifj Jew ish life.
to maintain the Hebrew I
Ji ish Institute n| Ri
n; and to foster thi
activities for the perpctui
and advancement ol Judaism
At that nine, ine i mon was
organized with a small nucleus
ni 34 congregations from 28
states. Niru-iy years later, the
Union represents some 657 con
gregations and some l.nou.tXMi
nun, women, and children
Institute Branches
Today, the central offices of
the Union are located in the
eleven-story House of Living
Judaism on New York's Fifth
Ave. From UAHC headquarters
and through 18 regional offices
throughout the country flow the
spiritual guidance and practical
services essential for the
ishmi nt and growth of it- c
stituent congregations.
The office serving Ihe S
I -l and Miami arc- I- i
at 816 Congress Building, 11
NE 2nd Avc Miami. Rev, Sai
lord Seltzer is regional directoi
In 1875. the Union lounde.
the Hebrew Union College o
Cincinnati, which is the oldest
.lew i-h seminary and the only
institution tor the training ol Ri
form rabbis in the Western Hen
isphere The College Institnt
today has branches-in New Yot
City, Los Angeles, and Jen
salem. Graduates of Hebre
sen e Liberal Jc
ish institutions in all corners
Moral Adaptation
The history of the Refori
movement reflects the nistori
character of Judaism it-el:
Judaism i- a record of th-
adaptation of enduring mora
principles to changing times an.
places Reform, designed to re
fleet that adaptability, came int.
existence in Germany in the 18H
century, in the wake of th-
French Revolution, in a perux
when all of Europe, as well a-
the Jews of the ghetto, was re
sponding to the democrat!*.
Continued on Pge 7-A
bnl0^ ,ud?usm Places qreat emphasis on religious educa-
tion of youth and has been nml ni~rc in imorovinq
tio- ~! ,, "' F'^es qreat emphasis on religious eaui
cZnrJou'h and has been amonq pioneers in improvi.
eX tTJn -f r?U9ious school through texts and other mat-
erials to provide the bes, Q, Jewi3h ^^
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*Jewist Fk>ridlian
Page 7-A
'Reform Congregations in Miami
Maintain Active Spiritual Programs
'1 lie South Florida Federal ion
of Reform Synagogues now num-
bers eight congregations in
Greater Miami. Hollywood. Ft.
I.auderdale and We=t Palm
Beach. These include:
Temple Beth Am. South Miami,
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard; Tem-
ple Judea. Coral Gables. Rabbi
Mordeeai Podet; Temple Israel
of Greater Miami. Dr Joseph R.
Narot; Temple Beth Sholom.
Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish; Temple Sinai, North Miami,
Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy; Temple
Beth El. Hollywood, Rabbi Sam-
uel Z. Jaffe: Temple Emanu-EI,
Ft. I.auderdale, Rabbi Richard
M. Levlton; Temple Israel, West
Palm Beach. Rabbi Irving B.
Cohen.
To foster the fullest activity of
it'- Congregations, each year the
South Florida Federation con-
ducts several general meetings
for its combined membership.
These deal with many subjects
vital to the future of Jewish life
and include workshops on youth,
teacher-training. adult study,
synagogue administration and
leadership. Youth work is also
an important phase of the fed
eration"s activities. Through
the Greater Miami Federation of
Temple Youth, teen-agers engage
in a four-fold program of pray-
er, study, work and play.
The South Florida Federation
i~ under the leadership of Rob-
ert II. Newman, president, and
Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director.
Other officers include vice pres-
idents, Joseph Altschuller, James
M. Albert, Kenneth IsiiriiMine,
Martin Deitz, Herbert (ielernter.
Robert \V Gordon, Harold A.
Greene, Harold Thurman; treas-
urer. Jack I. Levkofl; executive
secretary. Sylvia R Feldman.
The South Florida Federation
maintains offices at 816 Con-
gress building in Miami.
So. Florida's Reform
Spiritual Leaders
EXCERPTS fRQM A BIENNIAL ADDRESS IN CHICAGO
Leader Views the Disparities of Our Time
At the Biennial General As-
sembly of the Union of Amen
can Hebrew Congregations last
November in Chicago. UAHC
President Rabbi Maurice N.
Fisendrath deplored the immor-
ality existing in the nation's in-
dividual life.
It is this theme that will key
note the all-day symposium here
on Sunday. Following are ex-
cerpts from Rahbi Eisendrath's
address before the biennial:
By RABBI MAURICE
EISENDRATH
President, Union of American
Hebrew Congregations
Eisendrath calls on religion to
step up battle against national
immorality. I'r g e s iThree-
Paith) Conference to map out
extensive programs ol action.
There can be little divine de-
light in what the Lord sees be-
fore Him today, not alone in so-
ciety at large but. perhaps for
the first time in our long his-
tory, in the "tents of Jacob" as
well. At the dawn of our his-
tory, whereas in Egypt there
nas stygian darkness, "so light
Rhone in Goshen It is not
quite so today, while it is for-
tunately not out ol OUT Jewish
household that the names of the
:"' fumos and the Christine Keel
era, the love lives of the Eliza-
beth Taylors and the Richard
Burtons, the Billy Sol Estes
swjndl8| the incredible Valachi
brigandage and murders, Hash
ncessantly and incandescently
.a bold i.vp*) acres, (he head-
lines ol oar daily press-; yet, fol-
lowing not too far behind are the
petty ehiselers and cheaters, the
expense account extravaganzas,
'lie bed-hopping so-called ro-
mances, the spreading delinquen-
ts not alone of adolescents but .if
adults as well, the dope addic-
tion which is spawning like a
plague not only among "lesser
breeds without the law" but in
the lily-white monochrome su-
burbia- as well.
While we Jews were once sin-
gularly free ol such moral mal-
adies, today we are claiming
almost as evidence ol our nor-
malcyour full quota of mischief
and misdemeanor.
Children Capitulate
Realism would compel us to
confess that the "chadorim" and
"yeshivoth" of the past were
not filled with angels. Their
"melamdim" had "tsoros" aplen-
tj Those teachers had an abun-
dance of trouble with their oft-
times tar too obstreperous
pupil-. But I doubt whether
there were manyif anydrug
and dope addicts among them.
Vet. today, not a lew of my rab-
binical colleagues whom I have
visited in their communities
throughout the country have con-
lidod thai mere children in their
Religious Schools, sons and
daughters of their choicest mem-
ber-, have capitulated to the gut-
ter morals of the crowd; have
east aside completely the inhi-
biting moral mandates of our
Hebraic past; have become as-
similatedor is "acculturated"
the mori' fashionable word to-
day "-to the worst, rather than
the best in American society.
Spiritually Undeveloped
There i~ nol a doubl that there
were ivorces'in Biblical and
Talmudic times; otherwise there
would not have been detailed
1 e g a I regulations concerning
them There was without ques-
tion adultery too; else this ot
fense would not have been one
of the few lor which the death
penalty was invoked.
But there was. I am confident,
in our Jewish past, no such
wholesale husband and wife-
Roots of Reform Judaism
Continued from Page 6-A
forces which have shaped mod-
ern history. In Europe, all ghet-
tos, intellectual as well as reli-
gious and social, were dissolv-
ing under the impact of demo-
cratic revolution.
At that moment in history,
when the greatest flexibility was
required of it. leaders of what
was to become the Reform move-
ment felt that "Judaism had be-
come rigid, that it had lost sight
of its goals and had become, in
many quarters, reduced to super-
stition, to the mechanical ob-
-< rvance of rituals, and to an
almost complete isolation from
the non-Jewish world."
Reform Principles
Reform represented a revolt,
first by Jewish laymen, then by
rabbis, against what they [ell to
be this "unrealistic rigidity"
The American Reform movement
has constantly stressed the dy-
namic nature of Judaism as a
religion which must be lived in
terms of the spiritual and human
values of the present, but also
aimed at recapturing the piety
and loyalty of its people.
Founders of the Union envi-
sioned one American Jewish
community, united by the con-
cept of a liberal Judaism.
As UAHC President Rabbi
Maurice N. Eisendrath, put it:
Not learning for learning's
sake, not worship for worship's
sake, not art for art's sake, not
w isdom for wisdom's sake, but
learning, worship, art. and wis-
dom that shall lead to right con-
ductto action, without which
religious forms become mere
forms."
swapping and promiscuous jump-
ing in and out of one another's
beds as has constrained many an
anxiety-ridden gran lather to
pour out to me his hear'.'- pro
tound dismay, nol for Ins still
well-behaved little grandchildren
but for In.- physically grown-up,
yet ethically and spiritually un-
developed, immature children.
In our Hebrew heritage there
was no such thiny as prohibition
against drinking of liquor except
among certain small and lrisiu
nificent sects. In tact, our most
solemn and sacred, as well as
our most gladsome "simchas."
were ever hallowed by the "Kid-'
dush." the blessing over wine
which "makcth glad the heart
of man" But there was little
of drunkenness, nothing resent
bling the alarming incidence of
alcoholism revealed recently in
those comprehensive Yale stiki-
ies, nothing consonant with some
of the slap-happy conventioneers.
Children were pampered in days
of yore with apples and honey-
on festive occasions, but they
were not ruined by the ancient
equivalents of Cadillac convert- j
ibles and the lavish ostentation
of the contemporary Bar and
Bas Mitzvah,
Mediocrity the Norm
Do we hold before our chil-
dren the inherent adventurous-
ne-.s, the native daring so ap-
pealing to youth" What do the
children see in the examples set
by their elders" Excellence "i
course, but in what?in canasta,
bridge, golf, riding, tennis, To
be a mediocre bridge player, to
tail to break ninety on the -oil
course, is to be either a "square''
or just plain socially unaccept-
able But mediocrity in s( |.....!
work, in moral .judgments, m
serving one's fellow man in a
constructive mannerthis is to
be "one of the crowd."
We are living a lie and giv-
ing the lie to our young people.
We insist upon excellence in the
superficial areas of our lives
we must make huge sums of
money at all costs, we must be
proficient in one or more games,
we must have a bigger house,
a bigger plot of land than our
neighbors, but with regard to
the eternal verities of our faith,
we ourselves, the so-called adults
and leaders of our society, crawl
on all fours, intellectually speak-
ing, in the slush of slothfulness.
Self-Tyranny
Judaism and the Jew did not
survive because of rights; Juda-
ism and the Jew survived be-
cause of obligationsmitzvoth
to study, to worship, to perform
good deeds. God did not wrap
us in the silk lined swaddling
clothes of pampered infants; He.
made it crystal clear what He
expected of us and then He
commanded us to go forth to
accomplish the gOal8 He set bo-
tore us.
RABBI ICON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
RABBI JOSEPH NAROT
Temple Israel
RABBI HCRDtRT BAUMGARD
Temple Beth Am
RABBI MORDtCAl PODtT
Temple Judea
RABBI SAMUEl JAffl
Beth tl of Hollywood
RABBI DAHItL LOWY
Temple Sinai
RABBI RICHARD ItVITON
Emanuel ol fl. lavderdde
RABBI SANFORO SELTISR
UAIK Rejijn Director
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fJenislh fk-rnrfiain
Friday, February 28, 1964
Ruby's
Mind
By MAX LERNER

Miami Parents Appeal Florida Bible-Reading Decision
""HLTZ:T" 1.4 Uo,, ,s well a* baccalaureate pro- .us and religious teat tor teach
[f you think of people in terms of paintings, Melvin Belli
evokes a memory of Rembrandt Anatomy Lesson, but a garish
reproduction, with the lines loo sharp and the colors gaudy. Hav-
ing told us that the whole world saw Jack Ruby kill l.ee Oswald
on TV but that no one saw inside his mind, to note what made him
do it. Belli has decided to open Ruby's skull in a courtroom anat-
omy lesson and show how his brain ticked on that lateiul morn-
ing.
Except clinically I doubt whether it will prove a particularly
interesting mind. By the fact of being a man on the margin of
respectability, Ruby seems to condense all the characteristic qual-
ities of the culture, much the way the demi-monde apes the tiatiest
and most banal features of the stylish world. He didn't mind mak-
ing a fast buck, but he was a soft touch for down-and outers He
was good to his kinfolk, and good also to the strippers in his club.
He spent time in prayer alter Kennedy's death, yet he was also
in touch with the shadowy night-world that was closer to the gun
he carried than to the God he worshipped. He was a loyal Dallas
booster and he hated Communists, but he admired and loved the
President of the I'nited States, whatever other Southerners might
think ot him.

In short, while Lee Oswald was a loner and a crank, Jack Ruby
was a> run-of-the-mill as any of the men who will be on his jury. His
trimmings were gaudier, but his heart belongs to his culture. The
only real difference between him and his prospective jurors was
that while many of them might have wanted to kill Oswald. Jack
Ruby did it. He was not just a fantasy man. nor a Hamlet sicklied
o'er with the pale cast of thought. Between the image and the reality,
between the thought and the act. no paralyzing shadow tell for him:
there was only the thinnest gossamer lilm, and it broke.
I am not prejudging his guilt or innocence in legal terms. That
js for Judge Brcwn's jury to decideif the lawyers will ever agree
on one. I am merely guessing that while .Melvin Belli will put on
his usual brilliantly dramatic public surgery, the mind he will be
exposing to view is probably a thoroughly mediocre one. just as Lee
Oswald's was narrow, strident and bleak.
I am struck by the pettiness of the agents through whom some
of the great historic events get shaped. Oswald and Ruby were
small, dreary men. A pebble may start a landslide. We snail all
some day be smothered by banality.

But Melvin Belli as a courtroom strategist is something else
again. His methocs may be vulgar in the sense that he plays to the
crowd, but he i-- not banal, ills first tactic was to turn tne tables
and try to put Dallas on trial, instead of Ruby. He had plenty good
pre-trial evidence that the Daliasites blame Huoy lor marring ualias s i
public relation, image.
When many of the other Dallas stalwarts denied that they had
any such thought, it took courage ior someone like Stanley .Marcus
to strip away their pretense and agree that most people in Dallas
are sensitive about what would happen to its good name U Ruby were
acquitted. Doesn't it occur to them that the good name of Dallas
was violated onc< and forever before Ruby's act. beyond retrieving,
and thai thi > si tning [or Dallas to do now is to torget about its >
ink about justi<
Hut whenever Hie jury is completed anil the trial held. Belli has
already won .< tactical victory for his client and maae court historj
"> in- tactit ol psychological evidence. Hoy sliafer ol Vale is a great
1!l >' and oilier dia.....sue ti ,.i. in
introduced Shafei iindings of bra age in.
Ruby, ai.o when later a report by a neutral court-appointed neurologist
"i, ,..),., pSy confirmed tm e clinical tin*
then s i i littli i< ,i lor tin- jurj to do.
Both diagnostic tests and the ence] m results air reported
to point to a case ol psycho-motor epilepsy, which in tarn is tied
m with uncontrollable rage-. What eise .an a detendant want, and
what else can an attorney do lor him?

I think Jack Ruby will go free, not by the law of the vigilantist
spirit, but bj the sheer weight ot expertise. An expert clinical psy-
chologist, an expert neurologist, an expert trial lawyer: these are the
men who will more and more count in the jury trials ol the luture
\< -till need the jury of ordinary men, which Tocqucville felt wad
one of the best protections against the mob spirit in America, and
one of the best schools for democratic decision. But increasingly they
will have the Iindings of the experts to mull over, and their area
ol judgment lor themselves will narrow.
Continued from Page 1-A
court decisions upholding Bible ,
leading, prayer recitation and
Other school religious practices.
At the same time, the court also
outlawed the celebration of Christ-
mas and other religious holidays
in public schools, banned the use
of school facilities for after-hours
religious instruction and prohibit-
ed the showing of religious movies
on school property.
Following the Florida Supreme
Court decision, the Miami par-
1 ents who had brought suit at-
, tacking the school religious
! practices appealed to the U.S.
Supreme Court on those issues
they had lost.
Last June, when the U.S. Su-
' preme court threw out the Penn-
sylvania school Bible-reading sta-
tute in the Schcmpp case and out-
: lawed recitation of the Lord's
Prayer in Maryland schools in the
.Murray case, it did not rule in
the Miami religion-in-the-schools
case, which was also before it.
instead, the high court returned
the case to the Florida Supreme
Court with instructions that it be
decided in the light of the Schempp
| and Murray opinions.
At this point, a group of inter-
venors in the case. Miami parents
who supported school religious
practices, petitioned the high
court to hear the case separately.
This move was rejected by the
C.S. Supreme Court, which re-
manded the case once again to
the Florida Supreme Court.
On January 29. 1964. the Florida
Supreme Court reaffirmed its
earlier judgment upholding school
Bible-rearing and prayer recita-j
Uon. as well as baccalaureate pro- sus
jrams, the pupils religious ccn- ers.
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Friday. February 28, 1964
Cardinal Sure Vatican Will OK Stand
Continued from Page 1-A science. The voice of the Church
i n religious liberty and our rela-
Catholics againsl anti-Jewish sen- |jons ;(( th(1 jewjsh p,.,,pic is
timents and activities stemming awajred in universities, in nation-
from the ancient Christian charge .,| ami international organizations,
< I deicide.
The Cardinal made his state-
ment as the principal speaker
at the annual Brotherhood
Week luncheon, conducted by
ihe Manhattan Region of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, and attended
by more than 1 000 guests. Lead-
ers of the Protestant, Jewish and
Greek Orthodox faith were
among the honored personages
on the dais and among the of-
'icial participants, in addition to
many leading Catholics.
Most t-i the Cardinal's address
dealt with the schema on religious
liberties and Catholic-Jewish re-
lations introduced at the Vatican
Council by AugUStin Cardinal Bea.
head of the Secretariat lor the
m Christian and non-Christian
communities, in the press and
elsewhere, and it is being await-
ed with urgent expectancy. 1 am
undertake the dialogue and theo-
logical confrontation encouraged
in this chapter."
He suggested thai the failure of
the Council to take up the chap-
ter was not a rejection, that "the
delay could he useful."
He said "we live in an atmos-
convinced we -hall not he disap- phere that IS new and good We
pojl,(cd have a sense among ( hnstians.
and between Christians and .lews.
Promotion of Christian Unity. Car- c ()M (hc Unlvcrgitv ,
dinal Cushing one of the pre- mtramura) HeIdi receive
lates at ihe Ecumenical Council.
faid he had worked closely with
< ardinal Bea. lie emphasized
that he was speaking "not as a
commentator or bystander" hut as
;. Catholic Bi-hop.
He cited ihe fact that the pro.
I used schema would absolve Jews
it the blame for the death of
Jesus and that "preachers and
latechi.-ts and liturgists" in the
hierarchy would be warned
"against anything in their teach-
ing that could offer a basis for
anti-Semitism." lie added:
"The whole world is ea^er for
He expressed "great personal
regret that the last session of
the Council did not act on the
statement and he urged that
there be no waiting for the Coun-
cil to speak officially "before we
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Howard M. Rosenberg, 1251 Dick-
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parade wilh the Army and Air
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d the
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A graduate oi Southwest High,
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of common heritage which we
share in various ways. We are
in the springtime of new discov-
eries ol one another He told
the luncheon guests that he had
helped Cardinal Bea "to build a
Social Singles Dance
B'nai B'rith Social Singles will
hold a dance social at the Casa-
ls eager for bianca Hotel on Saturday evening,
a statement such as this, as well Single adults over 32 years of age
i- lor ihe one on freedom of con- are invited.
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THE DANGERS OF
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Bikim Cholim Will
Honor A. C. Fine
At a progress dinner of the Jew-J
ish Convalescent Home of South
Florida on Saturday evening. Mar.
14. friends of Abe C. Fine will
gather at the Fontainebleau Hotel
to present him with an award dis-
tinguishing him as "Man of the
Vear."
Fine came here from Providence.
K. I -ome 15 years ago.
The Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida, also known as
Bikur Cholim. was founded in July,
L957
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laws of the State of Florida and
operates on a non-profit, non-sec
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By: EDWARD COHEN
~^
Renowned Music Expert
Son of Hassidic Scholar
Beauty is in
M S the eye of the
beholder. S i x.
ill teen j cars ago
k B ti Miami, to David
Ewen, was a peninsula in the
sun, bounded by Hialeah race
track in the afternoon and by the
plush gambling joints at night.
Today, he views it far different-
ly,
I wouldn't have settled here
permanently." says the noted
music authority who had lived in
his native Nev. York City tor
i than hall a century, "if I
t felt that musically am
ally Miami i- a commun-
inh can hold it- ov :. with
A3 one who has written more
*han 50 books on music, at
least one a year since he wrote
his first 35 years ago while
a stu-ent at CCNY, Ewen
now sounds like the Greater
Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
rerce when he speaks of musi-
cal Miami with a strongly ac-
centuated "we."
have an important, even
ive, Chamber Music sc
net: a progressive symphony or
stra, two concert series ol
th< highest quality; and ballet,
a, visiting artists of the
highest calibre," and as he re
this, his voice was a mix-
'i amazement and pride.
1 r tin1 first time in his life,
- playing an active role in
musical life oi a community,
r than reporting it. He is
if the founders <>i the new
rt Society, organized to pro
the master's music and
I provide .-eholarship- lor
te i local musicians to
ai the Mozarteum in Salz
Austria, birthplace of the
composer.
Campaign tor Orchestra
DAViD EWIN
nctive jjarficipo/ion
tival cycles and the continued
introduction of outstanding
new works, such an orchestra
would make Miami a musical
center of the United States."
His deep friend-hip for Fab
ien Sevitzky is cue ol those iron-
ies oi fate, In put. as a partner
i i Allen, Towne & Heath, Ewen
published the biography ol Serge
Koussevltsky, Pabien's unele.
written by Moses Smith. The
book was challenged in court by
the famed Boston Symphony's
conductor as an 'invasion of
>>." and defended success-
fully by Ernst in a landmark
case. The loud between uncle
and nephew, tanned bj what
many believed to be the uncle's
jealousy at the rising reputation
of Pabien, ended only a leu
><..r> before Serge's death, as he
made many radical revisions in
a lifetime of rejection of family
and tradition.
His Best-Sellers
Ewen's best-seller i.s the "En-
cyclopedia of Great Composers,"
written with Milton Cross, which
ha- -old close t<> 300,000 copies,
followed by In- companion ciuy-
cli pi lias dl opera and iniuer!
music, the "Complete Book ol
American Musical Theatre" and
c for Milli ms lie has
d me l', igraj hies i i Richard
ime Kern a n d
in the last at
the requi -t ot Ihe family. Tran -
lated mi.i 17 1 five ol
hi- books ma) be read in He-
brew. Hi- Gershwin has had the
largest sale of any music hook
in Israel, "thank- to Gershwin,
nol Ewen he hastens lo point
out.
Gratifying as are the royal-
ties from Israel, nothing gave
him greater pleasure on a re-
cent trip there than his meet-
ing Martin Buber. The great
H.isidic scholar and world-re-
nowned philosopher recognized
him quicklyas the son of
Yitihak Ewen (Evan), prob-
ably the foremost scholar and
writer on Hasidism of his day.
David Ewen's career may seem
far removed from the study of
Hasidism II.- biographies f
modern Jewish composers I
In- work lor the I ni versa I Je
i.-h Encyi I ..... > in h mus
ical g< nre. not Judaica. Tan i >
the son ol a famed Jewish schol-
ar, hi- own study and work- "i
music carry on a family tradi-
tion of scholarship that flov
from the basic sources ol h -
heritage
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A man who lets nothing stand
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tice-Hall and an "Encyclopedia I J^Jj'":''
of American Popular Songs from ** -*
1776" for Random HouseEwen
1- making a strong campaign on
behalf of "a major symphony or-
chestra for Miami."
Next year Is one of transi-
tion, when new money must be
raised and an entirely new per-
sonnel policy devised." he be-
lieves. Noting that "under Fab-
ien Sevitzky. the I'niversity of
Miami Symphony has attained
It a I status," Ewen takes an,
unequivocal position on a ques-
tion that is being raised in local
musical circles.
"Led by a Sevitzky, with his
flair for progressive program-
ming, for high standards in
preparation, a professional or-
chestra could become one of
the great orchestras in this
country," he says. "With fes-
WASHINGTON (.ITA) A
proposal for a constitutional change
to permit prayer and Bible reading
in the public schools of the na-
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ot the Republican Policy Commit
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Rep. John W
sin Republican,
York Republican, said that 141
Representatives had signed bis pe-
tition to pry the proposed amend-
ment out of the House Judiciary
Committee headed by Rep. Eman-
I'el Celler. New York Democrat,
for a vote on the floor. A major-
ity of the House membership, or
Byrnes. W'iscon- 218 names, is required to make
said the policy such a petition effective,
committee had endorsed the pro- Rep. Celler disclosed that com-
posal. which would negate the Su- mittee hearings were planned on
preme (Hurt ruling last June hold- some 170 proposals to amend the
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in schools violated the constitu- the Supreme Court ruling. Rep.',
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held after staff members com- i
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Friday. February 28. I96|
Bonds Launch Nationally With $23,650,000
The sale of S23,C50,Oeo in Israel
Bonds in the opening weeks oi the
i.KM campaign was announced here
Saturday night to the more than
i.ooo delegates irom the United
States and Canada at the inter-
national inaugural conference for
i rael Bonds by Samuel Rothbcrg.
..tional campaign chairman, who
: r< sided over the conference
The amount, he said, const
the largest sum ever sold for the
nauguration of any drive in the
story of the Israel Bond organi
tion which sini e 1351, li a -
ised more Hum $660,000,000 for
. el's economic development.
Barcn Edmond de Rothschild,
of France, who is president of the
Israel Bond drive for Europe,
and an outstanding participant in
Israel's economic development,
was guest of honor at the 1964
conference here. The conference j
launched a drive to sell 585,000,
000 in Israel Bonds this year, and
also inaugurated the new $400,-
000,000 third development issue
of Israel bonds, whose sale be-
gins Sunday.
A cabled message from Israel's
Prime Minister Levi Kshkol out-
.intel Israel's major objectives for
"he near future. Including economic
levelopment; absorption of more
.mmigrants; carrying "life-bring-
_ water into the barren and
. stj South" of the country; ex-
lion of atomic energy for the
i i of Israel, the entire Middle
- region and the world: tight-
security; continuation of the
e for peace with the Arab
I; and intensification and en-
ichment of the Jewish culture and
ta e
In an address to the gathering,
inhas Sapir, Israel's Minister ol
inance, discussed Israel's cur-
five-year economic plan. He
sblighted Israel's i m m ed i a te
- as follows;
Baron and Baroness Edmond de Rothschild, of France, are
shown on their arrival at Miami International Airport for the
1964 international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds which
met last weekend at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Gree'ing the
Rothschilds are Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (left), vice president of
the Israel Bond Organization; Samuel Rothberg (second from
right), national campaign chairman, who was chairman of the
conference; and Louis H. Boyar (right), national chairman
of Trustees.
Absorption of a population in-
crease to 3.000.000 by 1970. and
preparation for the fourth mil-
lion, which is expected to be
reached some time during the
1970s. During the past three
years, Israel has taken in
some 170.000 immigrants.
Continuation of the growth of|
the gross national product at
a rate oi 10 percent per year.
Israel's plans call lor a G.N.P.
of I C 15.000.000.0IHI (S5.000.000.-'
0001 by 1970: it is believed this
will a-sure lull employment for
the country's labor force
t
Reducing the gap between
exports ani imports by $160,000,-

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Achieving a substantial im-
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Referring to Israel's current ne-
gotiations with the European Com-
mon Market. Sapir indicated that
the outlook for these negotiations
is promising, lie added: "There
are hopes for an agreement thai
will safeguard this most important
outlet for Israel's agricultural and
industrial production."
Abraham Feinberg, president "I
the Israel Bond Organization, hail-
ed the recent announcement by
Presidenl Johnson <>f American co-
operation w11h Israel in the use ol
i uclear energj for the desalination
ol sea water. He said it represent-
ed "the k<> M the solution ol many
ol the world's problems."
"The cooperative effort by the
greatest nation in the world and
one of the smallest and youngest
countries, Israel, not only testi-
fies to the close bond between
the two countries, but plays the
spotlight cf world attention on
the advanced status of Israel's
scientific development." Fein-
berg said. "It is gratifying to re-
affirm the fact that Israel, like
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Louis II. Boyar. national chair-
man for Trustees of the Israel Bond
Organization, emphasized the fact
that confidence in Israel Bonds
I i., iv.n spurred by th" beginning.
OH Maj l, 1983, Of the redemption
of the" firsl Israel Bonds. During
1963 aloi e, he said, more lb in $24.-
000.000 was paid'out in principal
ana ii ten si on matured bonds bj
the State ol Israel at the rate oi
150 cents on the dollar. More than
$41,000,000 is due to be paid out in
I9t>-i. he said
"One of the most significar.ttha
Warmest tributes were paid to
Earcn de Rothschild by all the
leaders of the bond organiiation
as well as by another of the prin-
cipal speakers, U. S. Sen. Abra-
ham A. Ribicoff, of Connecticut.
It was noted that, of the total of
more than $69,000,000 in Israel
Bonds sold last year, close to $5,-
000,000 were sold in Western Eu-
rope under the Baron's leader-
ship.
Baron de Rothschild expressed
his gratitude to Israel Bonds for
giving him "the opportunity to be
identified with Israel, not as a
tourist or spectator but as an ac-
tive participant in its growth and
development." He described his
experiences in selling Israel Bonds
in Europe as follows: "It is re
warding, in the course of my cam-
paign work, to know that Israel
Bonds are a symbol of the return
ol the depleted Jewish communi-
ties of Europe to a status of equal
partners with you in buil ing the
Jewish homeland."
The l%3 campaign "' the Na-
tional Women's Division of the Is
rael Bond organization was also
launched at a luncheon last week-
end, attended by more than 1,000
women leaders from communities
in the United Stale- and Canada.
At the closing session ol the con-
ference, Boyar was named chair-
man of the organization's Board of
Governors, succeeding to the post
held by the late Rabbi Abba Hille
Silver. Morris W. Berinstein. of
Albany. N. Y.. was elected nation-
al chairman for Trustees.
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Veh
igious
S<
ervices
Jhis LUeehenJ
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
,l n :!S p.m. Saturday B:". a.m.
rnu'.n "The Episode dI the Golden
ii our Bal ly Hlstoi)."
&MAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. ?85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor lirael Kershner.
l.tv h-.so p.m. 'ink! Shabbnl host-
\lr and Mm. Reuben (luher-
-.,11 hi honor of their wedding an-
. -.,:*. Saturday B:J0 a.m.
-----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave.
C^n.erat,ve. Rabbi Abraham Sch
3ETH DAVIoTl625 SW~3rd ave. Con-
ervat've RabDi Norman N. Shapiro.
Cantor William W Lidsoo.
Friday R:13 p.m. Han Mitivah: Wrndx
fcSfthl,r Mi and Mr, i:,,i. ,,'
\ah: Julian Steven, son of Mr. and
MTU. I: \ lllK Hen. I
*
'lili'St Y30 SW J7,n ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
l-riila\ i| n
S.il in .|.i
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
15 Adar 6:02 p.m.
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BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
----- -----
BETH TORAH. 164th t. and NE 11th
ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen.
baum.
Friday 1:S0 and R:15 p.m. Purlra
aermon: "Hamanlam versus Human-
lain." Ha* Mltsvah: Felicia, dauich-
ter "f Mr. anil Mm. Joseph Hack.
Saturday 8:45 a.m. Jiar JkliUvah:
It-ii-l.-ilt. -on Kt Mr." iincT iff-aTTWr?
i Mr. and Mrs,
Nathan H. Zwitman.
aider Cohen.
Cantor Alex*
I'hlllliw: Ira,
Pred Schrager.
..ii
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S.
M. Machtei.
TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler.
Friday S:3fl p.m. Baturday 9 a.m
Car Ml|svaj)i Wayne, win of Judiri
and Mra. Irving typenl Baa Mltsvah
Itevcrly, daughter of Mr. and Mra
Benjamin < "yi1* n.
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter,
Cantor Joel Lerner.
Friday B:13 p.m. Sermon: "Evaluat-
ing the New Testament." Saturday
S:.S0 a.m. Sermon: "Portion ol the | the Most."
Sermon: "To Stand Up and Be Count- u,';.''" 5"r. Hlttvah: Richard,
,.,| of Mr. anil Mra. Robert Schultl.
TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St.
Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Cantor Jacob Bornstein.
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What Ri -
form Judaism Needsand Lucks
Let U.S. Stand With Each
Other for Genuine Harmony '
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3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544
Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
I rlda) 6:03 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Tfirah Bduculion In the
I'nited Slates Today."
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
Beth El Congregation
The dramatic story 01 Purim
e capsuled into two phrases:
lrhashmid ulharog""to destroj
iu! io kill." Unmans intentions;
and "leych knos kol hayehudim"
. ..i and gather together all the
li -." Esther's message to Mor-
threat of Hainan s destruc-
ign was frustrated bj the
purpose, to which ;ill the
rl 'l he answer to anti-
.. promot ion ol p
ition.
has been repeated
A...... 'ur -.-'-
ift JewrSh" sin \ i\ ,,l Io '
. T hi ,.:c .low. Tho .Ii
they tell us. are com
-heop. When times are
thej are dispersed and
When a wolf attacks, the
gather together. It is to
n it of the Jew that he does
not forsake his people in times
of stress. Queen Esther and Mor-
coold surely have denied
ur renounced their faith, and thus
set ired themselves from the lm-
pending pogrom. They chose.
however, to risk their lives by
linking their own fate with that
* ol their people.
["here is one aspect of this,
hi never, which leaves room for
improvement. While it is admir-
able for sheep to unite in times
of danger, it is unfortunate that
il takes a wolf to bring them to-
gether. The Jews of Persia, our
Talmud tells us. had all but lost
their Jewish pride and identity.
They even came to the party of
Acha the Mi'eillah, which he made to
celebrate, what he believed, was
the i ml of the Jews as a people.
It look the "Hainan crisis" to
cause a reversal in Jewish apa-
thy ;iii ate a new purpose and a stubborn
ination to survive as Jews.
It is unfortunate that it takes
persecution of fellow Jews in va-
rious corners of the globe Io make
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th St.
A Reform Congregation
Dr Joseph R. Narot, Rabbi
Jacob O Bornstein, Cantor
Services Friday, 8.-15 PM.
SERMON:
WHAT REFORM JUDAISM
NEEDS AND LACKS -
THE MOST"
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Ave., MB.
Consei vn i Ive
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN. Rabbi
Hirsh Adler, Cantor
IFnday Evening Service 8:30 P.M.
SERMON:
MOSCOW. THE JEW. AND
THE TALMUD TOO"
ISaturday Morning Service 9 A.M.
Sermon 10:30 A.M.
, We invite Ymir Inqulrlea
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ETH JACOB. 301-311 Washington
ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor Stern.
Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
idu> 5:13 p.m. Saturday R:S0 a.m.
Strmon: u luu is mi Arrow?"
3ETH KODESH 1101 SW lith ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein.
Friday R:13 p.m. Sermon: "Leap
Year A Leap in the Dark." Mark
Si li.iiz. i. Religious School student,
will s|teak "ii "Whal Ml lb Rim
Means to M.." Mr. and Mi- Jack
Stone will host the (.men Shabbat In
honor of his Idrtlidn) "ii Keb 29.
s.iuu.i:i* s i."i .i in. Sermon: "ll<>M
Voui lb ml IliKh.
Abraham Strassfeld.
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FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51s(
pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roa- i
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg,
hrlday 8:15 ii.m. National Council
of Jewish Women Be.bba.th (Sueat
Kpeakor: Mrs. Joseph Ubersteln. Das
Mltsvah: Phyllis, daughter Mr. I
:iinl Mrs. Samuel Roldberg who will |
host tIi. (meg Shubbul in In.nor of
their wedding anniversary, isaturda)
S:30 .i.m.
FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richara M. Leviton.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative, Rabbi Shmaryaftu
T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen.
'* da? and 8:13 p.m. I'urim Ser-
M O s H l. CONCHEGATION. I ....." "The II ,\\i.- i- Jewish lli--
Hwy. Conservative, lory." Satnrilay |."i a.m Sermon
"The I'.i. ..i of ;i (Juld Standard."
Sh.ih:..,i I,,.--. ,| |,j \|,
m honoi ii Urocheih.....i v
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave.
Orthodox. R.-.bbi David Lem field.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
BETH
13630 W Dixie Hvy
R..bbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman
Fein.
"I \
r
KJad/ U no lots
3ETH RAPHAEL. 130 NW 3rd ave
Orthodcx. Raiph Krieyer, secre -
t.l.y
Zamora Men
Slate Breakfast
Temple Zamora Brotherhood
monthlj i L-akfasI meeting on Sun-
daj "ill begin with services :it u
a.m., and an "Ask the Rabbi" ses
sion.
Newly organized Talis and Tfil-
lan Club will hold its first meeting
Men's
MINYONAIRES C O f, C R E C ATION.
r Bu a Rd. ". n Trad tional.
e
DHEV SHALOM ?! \ormanu'y dr.
Orthodox. R.ujui Phineaa Weber-
man.
aOL THWEST CENTj R. 6433 SW 8th
TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo ave.
Liberal Reform. Rabbi Mordecal
Podet and Cantor Gordon Richards.
Prlriay 8:1S p.m. National Counoil "i
Jewish Women Sabbath. 1'ulpil ftuest
Mrs. Ilernard Vesner. NCJW. Uuest
s|ie:iker will l.- H lllellller of tllo llll-
tioniil imaril. rnion of American He*
;.r.\\ t'ongreications, nteetlns in Mi-
ami i his week,
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Edward Klein.
FViday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Spirit" '
Wasteland." Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
n.....: The Portion of the l.uw." Bill
Mitivah Richard, son of m l an-
  • TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th st. and
    Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
    tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
    Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
    Prlday 8:13 p.m. National Council >
    i. u i-li Women Sabbath. I" ilpit
    artiest, Mrs. Aaron Parr, \ i> chair-
    man, NCJW eampaifin comn
    Ralibl Lali ii/ "If I \'i'
    I Abandon thi w it
    S;ii-1- i a.m. Ilur M II
    mn ol Mr ml Mrt \
    \|' and M.rs I Shc-i
    will hot n
    i
    i
    temple OR olom. Conservative
    8703 SW 16th St, Miami. Rii-IjI
    Bl April. Cantor Gershon Levin


    :
    at
    board chairman.
    d Combined Jewish Appeal cam
    paign successful. Must be react
    only to the cry of Wolf?" would
    not the -trings Of unity be so
    much more melodious when play! in conjunction with the
    ed upon, by the bow of "calm" Club breakfast.
    instead of "calamity?"
    What genuine harmony w e
    would have if we could condition
    ourselves to stand for and with
    one another, with equal determi-
    nation, when times are serene!
    Who knows, but that this genuine
    unity might discourage would-be
    Ilamans from launching a pro-
    gram of pogrom. We have for
    centuries demonstrated success-
    fully that we can unite under
    stress. Let us now begin to dem-
    onstrate that we can unite with-
    out stress. Let us not "cast lots"
    with our future. Let us rather; at Waldman's Hotel,
    cast our lot with our fellow Jews ; Guest speaker w ill
    in all times, knowing no cycles I Frank, of Tel Aviv,
    of circumstance. Thus will our
    future not be left to chance, but
    will instead be secured for all
    time.
    St Conservative. Racbi Zevi Green-
    A I.
    'I
    i ii. 1 I i i Si 11
    SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
    Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
    mias.
    Pirda> ri p.m. t a.m.
    Sermon: "The Stiff Necked l'i
    1
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025
    NE "83. cl st.. Miami Gardens rd.
    Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor
    ol the Brotherhood will Judge ens- i ,*',""'" ,",',', Sermon: "The Brok-
    tumea worn by Zamora Religious "> Tablets." Saturday -i. a.m. Itai
    Mitzvah: Norman, -......f .luilu. and FTldaj
    Jewish
    During the program, members
    School students in the annual Pu-i Mr^Sumuei'Mm^i's.''
    I
    TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI.
    12'03 NE 15th ave. Reform. Rao-
    hi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet
    Gale.
    :l"i P in. Si rm.....
    i in P.ills: The r
    of Justli for Soviet Jewry." Satur-
    day ll a.m. liar Mltsvah: Joseph Uel-
    rod, son "1 M rs. I loi oth; l:- i n
    Myron l*. Uelrod,
    rim Masquerade contest starting'
    ' ,. Bfcl- TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
    10:30 a.m. Lester S>hapiro is I dr., g,,. Miami. Re,0rm. Rabbi
    Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Char'ee
    Kodner.
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51
    Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi
    Hyman Gross.
    I". p.m. N;ti lonal 'ouncll t
    VVimii n Sahlmth. Q u -'
    Zionist Club
    To Hear Speaker
    Next weekly meeting of the; T^%TV^-%'JS5.M-irt?"B.W,
    Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon | Morris Skop. Cantor Herman Gott-
    TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
    WOOD. 1361 $. 14 ave. Reform
    Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
    Friday 8:13 p.m. Hermon: "fH'ereom"
    Iiik our Illusions." Saturday n a.m.
    Club will be held Wednesday noon
    be
    He will dis-
    cuss retirement projects in Is-
    rael for American senior citizens.
    Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re-
    view current events.
    lieb.
    BViday 8:1," p.m. National Council
    lot Jewish Women Sabbath. Sermon:
    ^ne'"r"'v.' Immortal Jewesses and their
    | Accomplishments In History." Uuest
    speaker: Mrs. Robert Hamburg;,
    NCJW. Saturday l":::" a.m llai
    Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. wiii.in- Aaronson.
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
    wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative
    Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor
    Ernest Steiner.

    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast
    ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh
    Cantor David Conviser.
    TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38.
    NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi
    iqteaker, Mrs. Kmanuel I'aUron, NCJW
    Saturdaj : a.m. Sermon: "Weekly
    Portion of ih. Law."
    ----
    TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave.
    Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks.
    Cantor Ben Dickson.
    Friday 8:13 p.m. Quest speaker: Judjre
    Frederick .\". Barad. Topic: "Should
    Capital Punishment be Abolished Ac-
    I cording to Jewish LawT" Saturday
    8:45 a.in. Sermon: "EitMcfl in Juda-
    ism." Har Mitzvuh: Jon K., bull vf
    Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Pont.
    TEMPLE ZICN. 5720 SW 17th St.
    Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
    man. Cantor Leo Urlich.
    I riday I JO p.m. Ones Bhabbat soon-
    sored by Senior Social Group wlilch
    ill install new officers, Saturday 9
    a.m. Bar Mltsvah: fcfteven, son of Ddr,
    and .Mi.-. Mortimer Janko.
    TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
    ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
    Wernick.
    Prlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish
    Rvolution in the l" S." Sisterhood will
    host Oneg Shnbbat, Saturday 9 a.m
    Sermon: "Tin Portion of the Week
    YOUNG ISRAEL. ao NE 171 st
    Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
    Prida} ii p.m Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
    mon: "With Heads Raisi .I High."
    OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW
    r^MBR- i .mat
    Left to riqht are vice president of Federation Joseph M Lip-
    S? ana Westview Country Club president Ferd S. Meyer,
    who were part of one of the foursomes at the annual Com-
    bined Jewish Appeal-Westview tournament day fete. (See
    story, Page 3-A.)
    Office designs
    nd furnishings
    dlrtct from manufacturer
    r^M
    Desks, Chairs,
    Sofas, Credenzas,
    Lamps, Everything
    lor the Office of Distinction
    Interior design and
    pao* planning.


    Page 14-A
    +JmristifhrMkun
    Friday, February 28 1964
    M?3iR5 Attorney Kenneth Myers to Run
    For Dode Legislative Delegation Post
    Miami Attorney Kenneth M
    - has qualiHccl fo candi-
    dacy for Dade s legisTativeaele^a-
    tion from Group 5.
    It is the first venture into poli-
    tics for Myers, a native Miamian
    who served as special attorney
    ior the Dade delegation during the
    ]%"3 session of the Florida legis-
    lature.
    He is a graduate or University
    of North Carolina and the Uni-
    versity of Florida Law School.
    The 31 year-old partner in the
    law Arm of Myers. Heiman and
    Kaplan said that "there's a dire
    need for coordinating and admin-
    istering all the mental health faci-
    lities under one unified state de-
    partment, which does not now
    ( xist."
    Myers, a director of the Flor-
    ida Association for Mental Health
    and a member of the legislative
    committee, is a director and past
    secretary of the Dade County As-
    sociation for Child Guidance Clin-
    i -
    Myers said that "fair represen-
    tation" would also be a major
    art ol his campaign pro rram,
    Mating that "a plan for such rep-
    esentation should be No. l on
    :>, agenda of the next legisla-
    tive session."
    He serves on the Board oi l)i
    ectors of the American Jewish
    Committee, is a member of the
    Budget Committee oi the Greater
    Miami Jewish Federation, serves
    on the Hoard of Governors ol Fed
    t-ration and is one of the founders
    of the Federation Young .Men's
    Dii ision.
    Myers currently serves as Syna-
    gogue Division chairman of the
    .'9(54 Combined Jewish Appeal
    campaign and is a former mem-
    ber of the Board of Directors of
    the Bureau of Jewish Education.
    KtNNtTH M. MYCRS
    Myers was president of the Stu-
    dent Honor Court and was elect-
    ed to the highest student honor-
    ary society. Order of the Golden
    Fleece, at the University of
    North Carolina. He was a mem-
    ber of the track team, fencing
    team and president of the De-
    bate Counsel.
    During his college career.
    He was elected to Phi Beta
    Kappa at North Carolina and
    awarded the distinguished mili-
    tary graduate designation for his
    part in the U.S. Air Force Reserve
    Training Program on campus.
    While attending the University
    of Florida Law School, he served
    as president of Phi Alpha Delta
    Legal Fraternity and was cxecu-
    Review.
    A practicing attorney in Dade
    County for the past six years,
    Two Leading Scientists in
    Important Nuclear Discovery
    Continued from Page 1-A
    on leave at Tel Aviv University.
    Dr. Cell Mann was born in New
    York. At 34. he is considered one
    of the world's leading physicists,
    iiaving obtained his degree of Doc-
    tor of Philosophy from the Massa-
    chusetts Institute of Technology
    when he was only 21.
    Dr. Goldhaber was born in Lwow.
    Poland, has been a consultant to
    the U. S. Atomic Energy Commis-
    sion, and is considered one of the
    :opmost physicists in the world.
    In a telephone statement from
    Pasadena to the Jewish Telegra-
    phic Agency, Dr. Ne'eman said
    he made his mathematical dis-
    covery while serving as military
    attache at the Israel Embassy
    in London. He held the rank of
    colonel in the Israeli Army.
    "I am happy that we have in
    Israel now. a group of scientists
    continuing the work on this sub-
    jecton the frontiers of phvsics,"
    he told the JTA. That work, he said,
    is being done under the aegis of
    the Israeli Atomic Energy Com-
    mission.
    Beach Dental Society
    Miami Beach Dental Society met
    Monday for cocktails and dinner at
    Chandler's Restaurant. Program
    I was an "evening with Dr. Isadore
    Hirschfeld."
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    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    i: is IIKHKBY ;i\ EN thai
    i il. rxluneil. desli Ing to < ngagi
    li .- ness under the fictitious m.....
    JOSE i: MOREJON & ASWOC
    [ii.il Inc., i 721 Si i bold Building,
    lliiin i 112, Florida, Intend t., reglstei
    ..... ne with the Clerk of the Cli
    - VAVBHU
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    "And first I will give you the Traditional Version."
    Copr. 1964, Dayenu Production!
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREIiY UIVEN thai
    tin- undersigned, desiring t. engage
    in business umler the fictitious name
    ,.i i isin.\ii:i: relation sek-
    \ H'KS :,i s ilte ',!". 120 Lincoln
    Road, Miami Beach, Fin., intends to
    register Haiti name with the Clerk ol
    the Circuit Court ,-i Bade L'......iy,
    Florida.
    EBVYARB I. HERNS, Hole Owner
    I'A II. KWITNEY
    SILVBRSTEIN, KWITNEY tt
    ( II i. 11 >|S
    Attol ne> I',,- Applicant
    120 Lincoln Road
    2 11. 21, L'v -: S
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of JACK'S' IHSCOl'NT STORE :,t
    156 VV. Flagler Street, Miami, Intend
    to reglstei -,ii,i name with the Clerk
    of the Clrcull Court of Bade Coun-
    ty, Florida.
    I. & K GENERAL MERCH VNI HSK
    BISTR1BCTOR8, INC.
    \ Floi Ida Corp.
    HENRY NORTON
    Attorney for Applicant
    1 mo Him a) ii>- I'.iiil.lint
    2 11, 21, 28, 3 .;
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    vJenisti Fkriaftati
    solicits your legal notice)*}.
    W* appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
    SHal IH 3-4605
    for messenger service
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THE
    11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN A N 3
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 1812
    AI.TAMF.A8F. ROL1.K WRIGHT,
    I'litintiff,
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICK IS HEREBY C.1VEN thai
    Hi.- undersigned, desiring i" eturase
    nh ... under tin- flctltiotm name
    ol HI. Vl>\\ IS Vi'ARTMENTS nl 233
    mi,I 24.', ruth Sift. Minim Reach,
    n,.i hi i mi. ini- tn i--ji-i, i- -ni,i name
    ,, cli i of Hi- Clrcull Court
    ..: Iia,le County, Florida.
    IHlROTHY SOI.KOFF
    KOVNER f. MANNIIEIMEH
    am,,i iii %.- for I "oroth> s-,,ii.,,ir
    2 14, 21, :'-. ; "
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUD CIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 894
    ROBERT M MCI'/.
    Plaintiff
    -\ -
    lAl'LA MIT7.
    I left u,l .iii
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    'I'll I'AII.A Mil/.
    I:, -i leu, t 'nknow u
    y.-ii. I'aula Mm/, are hereby n iti-
    n.,l thai ii BUI of Compbiinl fm Ul-
    -..:,. ii.,> been filed .icin-t you, and
    \,,n .,-, I-.-.(iiit,'.I to s,iA. h copy "i
    your Anewer "i I'leadlng t.- Ihi Bill
    ;,t Complaint on the Plaintiffs at-
    torney, STANLEY K. ........MAN,
    "i;<- \ w B2 Street, Miami, Florida
    :-..:' it mi.I file Hi, original Answer or
    Pli ading in the office of the Clerk .>i
    ih,- "Iii mi i 'mill mi or before the
    liith (la of March, I'.'iil. If I fa I
    :...... mi, ludgim nt by default ill be
    ..,!,. Hgainsl > for the relief de-
    , ,i in rii. Bill of Complaint
    Tin- notice shall he published once
    each week for four i......--. ntiv.- weeks
    in THE JEW ISII ll.i >KII HAN
    HONK ANB iRBERKH at Miami.
    I-1.....In, this i.Mh da) "i Fi bi il.i .
    A.I'. IMI.
    II LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
    ! IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61725-B
    In RE: Estate ,.f
    SAM I1KRI ;
    Deceased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credltora and All Person*
    li;.vine Claims or Demands Against
    Said K-i.it''
    \~>>\i are hereby notified and requir-
    ed t, present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the
    1 estate .,t s'AM BERG deceased
    late of Bade County, Florida,
    I,, tin- County Judges >.t Bade Coun-
    ty, an,l rile the same In duplicate
    and i>- provided In Section 733.16,
    Florida Statutes, in their officea in
    th. Count) Courthouse In Bade Coun-
    ty, Florida, within .-K calendar
    months from the time lication hereof, or the same will be
    barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this. Mli
    da) of February, A D, lB4.
    ill.AI'YS lll-'.lti'.
    As Admlnistrati K
    First publication ,-v this nolle, ,>n
    the 7th da) of February, 1964.
    Ill ILTZMAN
    'lN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURTlJERllMK WRIOHT,
    I IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, I '"''l'"' ^^^-..^
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NOTICE TO DEFEND
    I No. 62121-B I To: JERO.MK WRRIHI
    . In RE: Estate .,i I: li n< e I'nknuun
    KINflSToN tiRoDWOHL YOC, JKROMK WRUSH'I, >
    I.....i-;,-.,I heieb. notified thai ALTAMEASK
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS ROLIJ5 WRIOHT, has filed ., I
    I To All Creditors and All Persons plain! for Dlvorc, attains) you, I
    I Havings Claims or liemands A-.-m-i y,,u ,,i, ret|Ulred to serve a cop) '
    Snlil restate i your Answer on the Plaintifl al
    You are hereto notified and re- ,,,.,.. IttiRERT II TRAl'RIO, list"!
    quired to |>rcsenl anyclaims and tie- .!,,[-,,,,, |;U|| nan,I- which you may have against ,.,,. ,.....B,nu| Answer in thi Or-
    II,,- -'.'. >' MNI..-II.N ..l.'.l' ,,,, ,|. ,.|,.rk ,,f ,, .; courl
    nn'Hi,":;::1"::,-,' T\j:x,T-,r^u^ .' r:Z^Xm\.
    : "I.: a s,: ', .- ,i hel, ,: rou, and a Decree Pro Co...
    flees In the C......I) Courthouse in -" ] e entered itgainsl j.....
    Pa,l.' County, Florlila. within -i\ "" prayed U in said torn-
    i-iil.-iidar months from tin i me ,-i plainl
    Hi.- flrsl publication hereof, oi the DVTED tills 1Mb da) ol heb
    same "ill '" barred. P.r>4.
    Dated al Miami. Hlorida, this 7th. K II LEATHKRMAN. Clerk
    ,i Kebruarj. A.I) i:"'i
    El iNA iltl iDWt illl,
    \- Kxecutrlx
    Flint publication n this nolle
    the iiih da) .,i Feliruary, I!*.
    KOVNER .>. XIANNHHIMER
    Ait.,i ne).- for Exi, mi i\
    IIIMJ | nil,,,i,i I'l.iza I ', III, I'
    2 II. 21, 2\
    I
    It)
    MARi :i 'ERITK M< iRFl iltl
    i 2i-2\. 3 ;
    IN THt COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61808-B
    IN RE: I Mat. Of
    .MAX t;i IDMAN
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Pi sons
    Having Claims or I'emunil* Against
    Bald Kstati
    Vou ai, hi reli) notified and r.'-
    I IN THE CIRCU.T COURT OF THi
    , 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    .I No. 64C 1811
    i HENRY THt '.VI \.- WAY,
    Plaintifl'.
    VNNIK NORA VV VY, 1
    I ..in,lam
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    T< i VNNIK SI IR \ \\ A V
    p.. -i,l,-in I'uktiowii
    Y..i ANN1K N \ herebv notified that HENRY THoM-
    \s \\ \ \ has filed u Complaint foi Di -
    I vorci .,'--.,iti-i you, and you are hereby
    I i cqilli .-.I to si n H cop) .' 0
    Iswer on the Pliiinllffs atl.....>, ROI!
    SHEVIN, UDoDMAN K HOLTZMAN quired to presenl ait) clalnm an..... ,,,.. ,i Tl'\li:i.; ii.1fi duPonl
    Attorneys for Gladys Berg mantis which you may have against ii..|iHinr' Miami hloild.-i mid rile tli->
    J4 Seyls.ld Building the estate of MAX HOODMAN .1- ,.' '," v>\ ]';; ,',!';,.! the
    Miami 32. Florida ceased late of Hade County, Kl...-I.la. '"-.'" ; ,.",' ,. -, ,. ,., i ,
    2 7. 14. 2S to the County......ges of Ijuda C.....i- \^U t\,\. %{, ""!' m""^,,-, I,.
    ------| ty, and file the same in tluplical
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT SffLj? sVitu'Je^ in" llo-R-'of'l -
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    ' '.' '.''. !.""l,,l,,V.'r-'!',Vv ''''.....''' nrcuit tWrt,' Dade County. Kl.a-lda
    pVuyPr AariLA -'..'- ,,.,-
    I IT L BLOOMBERO *|>c ut Clerk "
    I rr Appttcanta^ ^ ^ ., ( STVNI l:v ,:. ,io6DMAN
    .'.:-- N \\ 82nd Sti t
    Miami, I'l-'i id-1
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ,M, ,i .m:;m
    .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 1540
    111.MA VICTORIA I'RQt'lZA,
    I'l ilntiff,
    I I. SI, 24, ': 8
    FLORtDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61949-A
    In RE: Estate of
    HARRY TELLER,
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All I'ersons
    M i\ inu i 'laini- or I > in..inI- A
    Said Kstati
    Vou are hei *> notified ind n -
    quired i" i-i.-.ni an) claim- and de-
    mands which you ma) have againsi
    the ewtat.....' HARRX TELLER, de-
    i.th, i u !- the allegations in
    CoinpUilni "ill lie taken as confess-
    , ,-d l>\ i-uit, and il l'.-. I-..- I'l-- Cm -
    he ouiity ourthouse in Bade Coun- ,....., ., ....
    '> Florida, within -i\ calendar !h ., ,_ ..
    months rrom the lime -f the flrsi '". .........' ........
    the same "ill ""(i",1.,".,.;,,
    publication hereof,
    he l,-ii red.
    - .n iSKPH T. '.......MAN
    - Ill'TH B. 'I 'I 'MAN
    Kxecutoi -
    CAIDIN ^- RoTHKNBKRt!
    Attorneys for Kxecutors
    Miami. Klorldti
    ::.i.', Blscuyne llttildlng
    2 7. II. 21, 28
    ihi- l^tli da)
    if l.i.i n., r>,
    iin.l
    i.i
    I.XNIKL I'RQI'IZA,
    Defeiiduut.
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    \l VNt'KI, l*RQl fZA, I I --- v''
    h .-,ln C.O Hi S.)
    ' i '.,i -,ii Colorado,
    ftt M INTEL TRtjTIZA, I v-'-
    Itlt Ordn. C.O. |.;.S.i l'i Cai
    , ilorndo, re rvuuired '......
    awei to the Complaint f"i
    >i with ill. i'l' rk ,,f ib. alsivi
    I ml serve a copy thereof upon
    |\.i '' KEORETTI, Attornev, !"
    ingress Hldg ll l N'.K 2nd A>
    I- ,,i i,:.i. on m i" f"i ll"
    In) of March, I9B4. or else mi-
    ll ill l taken as confessed
    n LEATHERMAN,
    t'l.-ik ol Hi Clrcull Com t
    Miami. Florida.
    I..II
    .' p. COPEt.AND,
    Deputy Clerk.
    1 I I, 21, SS, I
    THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE"
    .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64 C 1364
    :i'i i a m FERNANDEZ,
    II' ntllf.
    vg.
    P T"i: II. FERNANDEZ,
    I -. lidanl
    NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
    }. HECTOR ll. FERNANIiEZ
    Foar V\ Inds and Si-vt-n s'.a
    Ri taurnnl
    II.-. | San Juan
    San Juan. l*uerto Rica
    ll\ HECTOR II. FERNANDEZ,
    r Wind- and Seven Sea Rcstau-
    It. Hotel San Juan, 8 a n J u a n .
    |rto Rk-ii re required i" file yoi
    f" i- to the 'omplalnt for I 'i orce,
    |li the .!. rk of the above Court,
    -" n cop} thereof upon Qlno
    |N- -ni. Vttorney, 910-11 Congress
    Tiding, Miami. Florida, on or before
    !"li da) ol March, 1864, or else
    "i-i-' liu \i in he taken as onfei d
    lat, ,1 K,.|,i ,r.,, v .Ml,. 1964
    E l: LEA ["HERMAN, Clerk,
    -. I lade i 'ount) Florida
    r. I' P, COPELAND
    i'. put) Clerk
    2 ;-U-21-28
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICK is HEREBY HIA BN thai
    the undersigned, desiring t" engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    ,.f KIRS BY KNOEL at Suit.- ;l.
    120 Lincoln l'..-ad. Miami Bea< h, Fta .
    ml. nd- t.....glste* said name with
    the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
    is..... County. Florida.
    l-.IM'Sli: KNOEU Stde Owner
    l-AI'l. KWITNEY .....
    -II VEHSTEIN, KWITMA A
    i :i ii 'i .is
    \ | in ne) for Aiipllcant
    120 Lincoln Road t () n| ,s .i;
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 64 C 1387
    ISAYNEI.L OBSJARDINS.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    Kl K1ER BBS.IARI 'INS.
    Def.'iidanl.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: ROGER liKS.IAKl'INS
    J l-nii|'H-> Si i eel
    NVwmgrki i. New Hampshire
    Y. 11 Roger Desjardlns. are hereby
    notified thai a BUI of Complaint for
    Divorce lias been filed against you,
    and you are required t" serve: > copy
    ,,i your Answer or Pleading t" tne t-ni
    ,,i Complaint on the Plaintiff- attor-
    ney. Unslee R Fertile, Suite 802-204
    -::ir, BW LeJeune Road, Coral Uables,
    Florida SS1S4 and file tin- originalI An-
    swer or Pleading In the office of the
    ci.-rk ..i the Circuit Court on or before
    the 9th da) of March. IMJ. If > to d.. s... judgment by default ttm be
    taken against you t"i the ralwf de-
    manded In the Bill ..t Complaint.
    This notice shall in- puhltehed once
    each week foi four consecutive weeks
    In thi: JEW ISH KU>R1DIA.V
    DONK \NI' ORDERED al Miami,
    Florida, this Mh da) .-f Februarj
    A'"' i':'"l' LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Dade County. Hm-ula
    ,,,,,1, By: C P. COPELAND
    Deput) t'l. rk
    VINSLEK i: FBRDIK
    Suit.- 202-204
    2.113 S\\ l-.-.i. im, Rond
    Coral Uabli -. Flu 13134
    Telephone 448-26D W.M.,|.M
    ty, and file the same in duplicate
    and as provided In Bectlon 7",.: 16,
    l-'l,,iid.i Statutes, In their offices in
    the County Courthouse in Dade
    County, Florida, within six calendar
    months from the time of the first
    I publication hi reof, uj. the -am,- uill
    I be barred.
    Dated al Miami. Florida, this lltli
    ,1.,. of February, A.D 1964.
    LORRAINE KRAL'SS
    As Administratrix
    First publication of 'his noi i, on
    the Mill da) ,,f February. 1961,
    SKYMOTR l.i'N'1'i i.N
    Attorney for Administratrix
    77.' N.W. '.nil Street
    " 14.21, --. 61 (ni.-. in ili.-ii offices In the Count)
    ------I Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
    K II LEATHKRMAN, tlerk
    III MARtiTKRITK MoltFoRD
    2 :'l--'^. 2
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 62236-A
    In RK Kstati ol
    I VCOIt R( ISENBKR": a U a
    .1 \CK ROSS ll k a JACK
    Ri is'ENBKRi ;.
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credltots and All Persons
    Having Claims ,,, Demands Against
    Said Kstati :
    Vou ., .- li, reb) nol ii i'-,l and re -
    quired to presenl an) claims and d<
    man,l- which vou ma) havi againsi
    Hi. -i......i JACOB ROSKNBKRtl
    JACK Rt >SS a k a JACK Rl >S-
    Klii.-li you mai have againsi the KNBKRti, de eased late of I'a-le
    estate of ISIDOR HATER deceased County, hlorlda. to the Count) Judges
    , late "i had,- County, Florida, to the ,.i Dade County, and fib
    County Judges .-f liade County, and In ditplli'tite ..nd a- provided in Sei -
    file iii. same In duplicate and as nro- lion 7:; IK, Florida Statutes, In II
    I vided In s.'.Umii 7.13.16, Florida Sta- offices In the Count) Courthouse u
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61720-C
    In RE: Estate of
    isidor Hater
    Be
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ti, All Creditors and All Persons
    Having Claims or Bemands Againsi
    Said Kstttte:
    You are hereby notifietl and retiuir'
    ,-,l t. present an) claims and demuntls h I
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    wiiiiin -,\ calendar nionths from the
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ''"-".'' "'' '"' publication thereof,
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I -r th.- -am,- will lie barred
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE Dated ut Miami,
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 1233
    , JAMES P McliALE,
    Plaintiff,
    SANDR \ McHAl.K,
    I '.I.ml.int.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TI l: SANI IRA McHOl.K
    120." Ingrnham N W.
    Washington, D. C
    and
    Tt I SANDRA McHALK
    , ., lieneral Bellvei >
    Washington, l C.
    You, SANDRA McHALK are here-
    by notified that n C.....plainl for I'i-
    vorce has been filed against you, and
    you are required i, ser\
    your Answer or i'leadiug I
    il.i \ ol I .1,11,a 1 V, 1964,
    s FREDERICK i: BCHKR
    A- Administrator i "i'.\
    First publication of this on notice
    ,,ii ih,- 7ih ila) of Febl liar). 1964
    AitONOVJTZ, SILVER .\. SCHER
    (07 Ain-l.v I'.l-I- Miami. Fla.
    Attorneys for Administrator CTA
    : 7. M, 21, 2S
    Dade County, l''l,,,i,la. within six
    calendar months from thi I I
    the iii -i publication hi reof, or <>'<
    same will be bai :-' Dated :.i Miami, Florida, this 17th
    da) ol February, A.D. 1961.
    IRVING CYPEN
    FREB Rl tSENBKRi:
    As Co-Exi more
    l'i -i puhlii ntion ol th's i, a ,
    tin- 2lsi da) ,,f February, 1961
    IRVINH CYPEN LAW OFFICES
    Attol ne) l""i i ",-K\. ,'lll S2.", Arthui Uodfre) Road
    IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 6202.: C
    Iii RE: Ratal.....
    MARY I RIM I,
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 62056-C
    in RE: Estate of
    P.I'TH STRINEK
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    copj of : To All Creditors and All Persont To All Creditors and All Persons
    ih, roiii- Ilavlnx I'laim.- ci Demands Againsi Having Clalins -i- Demands Againsi
    plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney, Said Estate: Said Estate:
    DAVID LIE1IMAN t>:i:i North Kroute I imi are hereb) notified and requlr- rou ..... hereby notified ami requlr
    \\eiuie Homestead Florida, and tile i eil t> present any claims and .I.-man,Is ed t, prest-nt any claims and depiaJidn
    in,. i.i-lWlnul insurer or Plemllna in which you may have against the which you may ha\e against the
    he office^.f the Clerk of the Circuit 't f" _*A*V FRIML d,,-.,s",l estate of IjlTH STKINI'i: ,1,.....a-e.l
    late ol Dade County, Florida, late m Dade County, Florida, t.> th.-
    i,, the ouut) Judges of Dade Coun- Count) Judges of Dadi t'ounty. an i
    ty, and file the same in duplicate file thi same In duplicate md .<- nro-
    auil as provided in Section 733.16, \i,l,-,l In Section 733 16, Florida St,
    Florida Statutes, In their offices In tutes, In their offices In tin- Counts
    th.- count) Courthouse In Dade Coun- Courthouse in Dude County, Florida,
    ty, Florida, within -i\ calendai within -in calendai months from the
    months from the lime ,.f the flrsl pub- time .,f the first publication lltereo
    lie.ni.-n her.-..I". .>r Ih,- same will he or Ih-- same will be bnrretl.
    hailed I'ai.d al Miami, Florida, Ihia I I
    Dated al Miami. Florida, tin- 30th Ida) of February, I9C4.
    da) of January, A.D. 1964, i ABRAHAM M. SHl'KAT
    JKIti (ME H. 'I.I 'MAN As Kxi ii,
    A- Kxectttoi I Flrsl publication .-i this notice
    Flrsl publication of this notice on on the 7th da) nl Felit-uar), 1964
    the 7th ,l.i> of Fehruar), 1964 i ABRAHAM il slll'KVT
    trOLI>MAN, t;t 11.1 ISTEI N I Attorneys for Kstate .-t
    fi PACZIKR Rl I'll STKINER, Deceased
    \ Exei itor i i.ii ,,in Road,
    2401 West Flaglei Street Miami i:..,.h. Florida .
    i 7 l I, 2] 1'^ i -' *
    Courl ..n or before the, Rth day of
    March, 1964, If you fail t,, do so,
    judgment b> default iii i-.- taken
    ugalnl you fur the relief demanded
    in the iiill "i riini|.laim
    This notice shal be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
    DONK AND OKDKRKO at MIAMI.
    Florida, this Srd da) ol February,
    1.11. 1964.
    I-:. P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
    Clrcull Court, Dude County, Florida
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    B) : C. P. COPELAND,
    l >eput) ii rk
    .1 DAVID LIKBMAN
    ,*,:::: North Krome Avei
    II,.in, -lead. Flol'idH
    Attorne) for Plaintifl
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    Friday. February 28. 1964
    Gov. Romney Receives Seminary Award;
    Dr. Gordis Delivers Friedland Lecture
    A major obstacle in the path
    o, educational advancement is "a
    .icious circle of discrimination"
    in community life, Gov. George
    Roniney. of Michigan, stated Mon-
    day niiiht at a dinner of the Jew-
    ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
    ica
    Discrimination which involves
    .jobs, housing and other aspects
    ol community life" are directly
    responsible for "many educational
    inadequacies." Roniney said, add-
    in;; that these cannot be over
    come by tax resources which nor-
    mally can afford better educa-
    tional opportunity.
    "The ultimate solution clearly
    most involve entire communities
    and the families and individuals
    in these communities," Gov.
    Romney declared. "Without al-
    tering local levels of responsibil-
    ity and control, state and nation-
    al effort and resources must be
    applied.
    The Michigan Governor, who
    earlier in the day received from
    the .Seminary the honorary degree
    il Doctor ol Laws al a special con
    vocation at Temple Emanu-El. ad-
    dressed more than 600 guests at
    he Seminary's lilth annual con-
    vocation dinner held in the DiLido
    Hotel.
    A highlight of the convocation
    program in t'te later afternoon
    at Temple Emanu-El was the
    fifth annual Samuel Friedland
    Lecture delivered by Dr. Robeit
    Gordis, Seminary Professor of
    Bible.
    Dr. Gordis spoke on Isaiah:
    Prophet, Thinker. World States
    man."
    Guests of honor at the dinner
    were six communal leaders who
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    the Jewish legal procedure in all
    countries except Israel where, he
    said, it was a custom and not Jew-
    ish law. He also pointed out thai
    the Boston rabbi had acted in ac-
    cordance with Jewish law under
    the Conservative Beth Din
    He added that there had been
    no reply to his second letter. Rabbi
    Wolfe Kelman, executive vice
    president, said that the man in the
    case had received a Jewish divorce
    from an Orthodox rabbi in the Uni-
    ted States and that his document,
    bore only one signature, but it had
    been accepted by the Israeli rab-
    binate.
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    were recipients of the Seminary's
    National Community S e r v i c e
    Award for "distinctive and con-
    tinuing service to the community
    al large." They included Emil Mor-
    ton, of Miami Beach.
    Gov. Roniney received his hon-
    orary degree in recognition of his
    valiant and impressive effort to
    put into action the beliefs con
    cernlng the proper political tasks
    of civilized men which are the
    foundation of American demo-
    cracy."
    Dr. Simon Greenberg, vice chan-
    cellor of the Seminary, and v>ce
    president of its faculties, confer-
    red the degree upon Gov. Romney
    at the afternoon convocation,
    which was attended by 1,000 per
    sons.
    Dr. Max Arzt. also vice chan-
    cellor ol the Seminary and Israel
    Gcldstein rro;,-, ol Practical
    Theologj in the Seminaiys Rab-
    binical School, was presiding of-
    ficer of the academic exercises.
    Rabbi Morris Af'er, spiritual
    leader cf Congregation Shaarey
    Zedeck, in Detroit, presented
    Gov. Romney for the decree. H?
    also introduced the Governor
    after delivering a brief address
    at the ensuing dinner.
    Dr Irving l ehrman wr'tnal
    leader of Temple Emanu-El, host
    synagogue, offered the opening
    praver, and Rabbi Mayer A-bram-
    owitz. spiritual leader ol Temple
    Menorah in Miami Beach, deliv-
    ered the benediction.
    Dr. Greenberg presented the
    Community Service Award to the
    recipients at the dinner
    Gabriel Hcalter. veteran news
    caster and Miami Beach comnwn
    al leader, was chairman and
    toastmaster ol the dinner.
    Gabriel Heatter. toastmaster of the dinner, looks on at Jew-
    ish Theological Seminary of America Convocation on Mon-
    dav evenina at ueft to riqht) Gov. George Romney. of Michi-
    gan who received the Seminary's Doctor 01 Laws decree:
    Lmil Mor'on. recipient of a National Community Se.-vice
    Award- and Dr. Simon Greenberg. who conferred the degree
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    ORT Day Wednesday;
    Dade Mayors Release
    Proclamations for Event
    OKI Day 1064 will be observed
    Mar < by the Southeastern Flor-
    ida -' ii'n of Women's American
    Organization for Rehabilitation
    Ihii".; Training, who will join
    i mi members in 450 chanters
    time oat the nation in marking
    llll' 'It
    Gi Farris Bryant. Mayors Rob-
    ert ng High. Melvin Richard.
    ( hue) Hall.- Shepard Bread and
    Ck-n Ehrlieh, will join top of-
    I'ii.: throughout the country in
    arin| Mar. 4 ORT Day.
    I: proclamations included
    I'l'" t L> ndon B. Johnson's
    pra 'i Women's American ORT
    lor "I tiding hope and confidence
    in i: handicapped by lack of
    techr .1 or vocational training."
    \i : William Fishman is Region
    vice president, and ORT Day
    chain an. Mrs. Louis Baron is
    regioi | resident.
    Mi* Florence Kupperman is re-
    gion c president and education
    coon .tor. The region's 13 chap-
    ters Dade and Broward Conn-
    lies I : e planned functions on the
    day. heir goal is to recruit new
    members who are needed to aid
    ORT program of rehabilitating
    the ; poverished everywhere in
    the world. The activities in-
    clud<
    Ba> ChapterChampagne party
    ol "V ne, Women and Song" at
    HARRY AND IRIS MUfSON
    the home of Mrs. Harold Dudoll.
    4 Palm Island. Mar. 4. 1 p.m.
    Speaker. Mrs. Paul Wilson.
    BiscayneTea at Morton Tow-
    ers Coffee Shop, 1 p.m. Docu-
    mentary firm. "Mission to Saraz."
    Chairman. Mrs. Ira Weiner.
    Coral Gables Luncheon at
    King's Bay Yacht Club, at noon.
    Speaker, Mrs. F.dward Blackmail.
    Chairman. Mrs. Ben Green.
    Greater Miami Coffee at the
    Tropics Hotel, 8 p.m. Documen-
    tary film, "Come With Me. My
    Brother.'' Speaker, Mrs. Louis
    Baron. Chairman. Mrs. Clara Van
    N'ess

    Greynolds Park Brunch and
    fashion show by clamor Pants at
    home ol .Mrs. Alan Ronianer. li)41
    NE 18rith Tcr. Documentary film.
    "Mellah." Speaker. Mrs. Harold
    Schneider. Chairman. Mrs. War-
    ren Lash.

    HollywoodChampagne party. 8
    p.m.. at home ol Mrs. Joseph
    Swimmer. 3119 Filmore St. Docu-
    mentary tilm. "Mellah." Chair-
    man. Mrs. Moiton Kriss.
    IslandersColfee at the home of
    Mrs. Joseph Kanter. 1310o Ortega
    Ln Mar. 5, 1 p.m. Speaker, Mrs.
    Florence Kupperman. Chairman.
    Mrs. Joseph Kanter.
    M.B. AfternoonBrunch at Blair
    House. 11:30 a.m. Documentary
    film, "Come With Me. My Broth-
    er." Speaker. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes.
    Chairman, Mrs. Joseph oritt.
    No. DadeFashion show at
    home ol Mrs. X. B. Solomon. 17520
    NE 7lh Ct., 8 p.m. Speaker. Mrs.
    Henry Gilbert, president. Chair-
    man. Mrs. Emanuel Seigel.
    No. MiamiTea at home of Mrs.
    Gordon Randeil. 19322 NW 23rd
    Ct 8 p.m. Skit by drama group.
    Chairman. Mrs Howard Freed
    So. MiamiLuncheon and fash-
    ion show at home ol Mrs Alan
    Tannen, 7345 SW 133rd Tcr. at
    noon Chairman. Mrs Murray
    Heiken.
    .
    SouthwestCoffee and fashion
    shov at home <>i Mrs Jack Fils.
    8950 SW 19th St Documentary
    film. Mellah. Chairman, Mrs.
    Herbert .lacobson.
    Mufson Hosts Wife Iris
    In Honor of Her Birthday
    on' I the brightest social events
    rthdl party uiven bj Harry
    Mufson in honor of his wile. Iris
    Among the 140 guests who at
    were Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    liothstein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Par
    ker, Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrly Singer,
    l>r. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling.
    Usi Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hal
    perin. Mrs. Jack Ablin, Mr. and
    Mrs. Alex Manson, Mr. and Mrs.
    Den Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. E. Al-
    lot Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Laxer
    Among the well-known person-
    alities from the world of show bus-
    iness who joined the festivities in-
    cluded Mr. and Mrs. Alan King.
    Jane and Goodman Ace and Harry
    Adler
    ^Wonderful World of CIA'
    Luncheon Set Here Mar. 10
    SEt RUATtD PHOTO PAGi 2-B
    \ dollar a week, or a $52 contri Sernaker and Mrs Sol Silverman,
    ' the Women's Division of announced that the program for
    Combined Jewish Appeal, that'- the Women's $52 .Minimum Gift
    Hie theme of the -Wonderful Luncheon would have as its guest
    World of CJ A" Luncheon to beheld )(,.,k,,|. Herbert J. Garon. New
    at ihe Algiers Hotel on Tuesday. ,.,,.., attorney who participated
    Mar 10. a was announced bj Mrs. j(i |h(1 ,,,._, ,-,A young Leadership
    "Kk Kataman, chairman Slmiy Mls>ln Israel
    Cochairmen for the event. Mrs Music Will be provided by Olga
    Hamerschlag, Mrs David Bibor stern.
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    Miami, Florida, Friday, February 28, 1964
    Section B
    Miami Mayor Robert King High proclaims
    Mar. 4 as ORT Day in honor of the 84th anni-
    versary of the programs of Organization for
    Rehabilitation Through Training. Members
    of the Coral Gables, Southwest and South
    Miami Chapters meeting with Mayor Hiah
    are (left to right) Mrs. Ben Green, membership
    vice president. Coral Gables; Mrs. Sam Sa-
    piro, honorary member. Coral Gables,- Mayor
    High, holding the ORT Day proclama'ion; Mrs.
    Ken Rosen, South Miami member; Mrs. Fay
    Klausner. president. Coral Gables Chapter;
    end Mrs. Ernest Sohnen, vice president, South
    Miami Chapter.
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    with vinyl-covered motifs
    11.98
    Easy living, fun-loving handbags ... so typically
    Floridian and smartly fashionable! Magid styles our
    high-brow baskets with sailboat, poodle oi (not
    shown l horse-racing motifs in white enamel or pearl-
    shellac finish. Each sports natural bamboo double
    top handles. White, natural, tea or coffee.
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    Planning the S52 Minimum Luncheon for Combined Jewish
    Appeal, second key Women's Division event of the cam-
    paign are (left to right) Co-Chairmen Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag.
    Mrs. Sol Silverman; Luncheon Chairman Mrs. Jack Katzman;
    Women's Division Campaign Chairman Mrs. Carl Weinkle;
    and Luncheon Co-Chairman Mrs. David Sernaker.
    National Council of Jewish Women
    Plan Section Meetings for Wednesday
    Surfside Lists
    Award Winners
    Mrs Eunice Kannette, play
    ground director of Surfside Park,
    announces the winners oi the re-
    cent girls jacks tournament arc
    Linda Laurence. Harriet Weiss,
    [in( place tie; runners up. Fran-
    cine .lay.-, and Susan OssaKOW.
    For the best hand mad.' Valen-
    tine, grand winner was Mitchell
    Grabois. Honorable mentions were
    Sabrina Danzinger, Raye Vogel,
    Philine Gorin, Stephen Lazarus.
    Margaret Kersey. Linda Bowen.
    Gordon Lifjlit. Brine Howard. Ab-
    by Borons. Sheila Burk. and Stacy
    Holman.
    Basketball Coach Ed Goldstein
    announces the one-man tourna-
    ment is nearing an end with An-
    drew Howard and Gabriel Garcia
    to play for the championship.
    Cardiac Hospital Dance
    M,ami Chapter. National Chil-
    dren's Cardiac Hospital. ajiniuJ
    dinner is slated for Sunday. 7 p.m.
    Vfitzi Gaynor will be featured en-
    tertainer. Ticket chairmen are Mrs.
    Fay Coulton and Mrs. Hilda Ben-
    dall.
    All eight divisions of the Great-
    er Miami Section, National Coun-
    cil of Jewish Women, meeting
    Wednesday will discuss facets of
    Council's Resolutions, the things
    wc believe in and work for," says
    Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Section
    presi lent.
    ?.
    Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles
    Fisher, president, will meet at the
    Washington Federal Building on
    Normandy Isle at 11 a.m. Preced-
    ing the meeting, a study discussion
    group will be held with guest
    speaker. Herbert L. Heiken, local
    attorney, and chairman of the
    Florida Civil Liberties Union. For
    the regular meeting, program will
    be a film, "Holiday in Israel.''
    Coral Division, Mrs. Irving W'ex-
    l.r. president, will meet al Hillel
    House. 1100 Miller Dr.. at 12:30
    p.m. Speaker will be Carling H.
    Steadman, Assistant State Attor-
    ney, chief of Rackets and Frauds.
    His topic will be "Rackets and
    Frauds in Dade County."
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    this Im tea.. "flavor crushed"
    for fullest strength and stimu-
    lation ... richer caste and pleas-
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    Tifereth Jacob
    In Purim Ball
    Sisterhood Purim Ball will be
    held ..1 Temple Tifereth Jacob on
    Saturday. 8:30 p.m.
    There will be dancing, a costume
    contest and a night club review.
    Coffee and Hamantashen will he
    served.
    Sisterhood is sponsoring a rum-
    mage sale daily in the Temple.
    Meeting of the United Synagogue
    Youth is scheduled tor Sunday. 7
    p.m.. at the Temple
    Purim Carnival
    For Student Body
    At Hebrew Acad.
    A "doit yourself Purim was to
    Ik- celebrated Thursday m the He
    brew Academy of Greater Miami
    with the student IkmIv staging a
    carnival.
    The masquerade carnival, -ohed-
    uled for the school grounds ..,. |g
    include games, contests. iolK ing and rides, as well as ., [errij
    wheel and ponies.
    All the booths hosting the games
    and contests have been built by
    students of the Academy, who were
    to man them during the test
    King and Queen were t. elect-
    ed, denoting Purim's famous char
    acters, Kinu Ashasiieros and Queen
    Esther. The carnival is an annual
    event for Hebrew Academj -
    dents.
    Certified Kosher
    ' Knot BabUnlcal SuptrUMam
    Evening Division, Mrs. Ernest
    Andich. president, will meet at the
    Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 8th St.. at 8:15
    p.m. Assistant State Attorney
    Carling Steadman will speak on
    "Rackets and Frauds."
    Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Mi-
    chael Mersel. president, will meet
    at the Venetian Isle Motel, Vene-
    tian Causeway, at 12:30 p.m.
    Invocation will be given by Mrs.
    Leonard Bursten. and guest speak-
    er will be Mrs. Maurice Serotta.
    who will review the results of
    Council's School for Community
    Action.
    Jay Jensen, head of the Drama
    Department of Miami Beach High
    School, will present some of his
    students in scenes from "Stage
    Door."
    Islands Divison, CSrs. David
    Brezin, president, will meet at the
    home of Mrs. Jack Courshon, 1440
    W 23rd St.. Sunset Isle 3. at 1
    p.m. Guest speaker will be Col.
    Dudley D. Brodie. director of de
    velopment of Mt. Sinai Hospital.
    His subject will be "Human Emo-
    tions in Hospitals."

    Lincoln Division, Mrs. Ellas Co-
    hen, president, will meet at 12:30
    p.m. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Guest
    speaker will be Judge Milton Fried-
    man. Musical entertainment will
    be by Frederika and her Choral
    Group, accompanied by Mrs. Harry
    Kirson at the piano.
    Shores Division will meet at
    Westview Country Club, 2601 \\V
    119th St.. at noon for buffet lun
    cheon. The University of .Miami
    debating team will discuss: "Re-
    solved, That the Federal Govern-
    ment should guarantee opportunity
    for higher education to all high
    school graduates."
    South Dade Division. Mrs. Ar-
    thur Gilbert, president will meet at
    Temple Beth Am s Youth Lounge
    at 9:30 a.m. Mrs Morton L. Perry
    will moderate "Problems ol Purple
    ProseA Discussion of Censorship
    and Pornography." Panelists will
    be Dr. Jack Kapchan. professor ot
    psychology, Universitj ol Miami;
    Fred Shaw, professor of creative
    writing. University of Miami, and
    book reviewer for The Miami Daily
    News; Morton Perry, member ot
    the Stale Attorney's Office, as-
    signed to censorship; and Howard
    Dixon. counsel for the American
    Civil Liberties Union.
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    Art Exhibition
    At Beth David
    The works of Shirley I. Green
    wUl be featured al an art exhibit
    sponsored by Mt. Scopus Hadassah _
    al i;,Hi Uavul Sr.Kil iliiU on -Moir Passovcr-Seder at B'nai I
    Friday, February 28, 1364
    B'nai Raphael Masquer::e
    Prizes for the best masqxc- ,
    costumes will be awarded
    B'nai Raphael Religious s
    annual Purim Assembly ai
    on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Ri
    ments will be served. Tradil
    from 2 l" 5
    speak "ii "Un-
    and show her
    Sick Children
    s^aaarit; wm Benefit
    aj afti rnoon Mar. B,
    p in
    Miss Grei n ill
    derstanding Art
    i aintings, gi
    She has ha_
    paintings and sculpture at the S
    Club and Allied Art
    conducts art classes and
    nars She is ar! chairman for the
    Miami Branch of the National
    League ol Pen Women.
    On-the-spot sketches of people
    slated for Friday. Mar. 2"
    Club, and
    semi-
    Member-bring-a-member brunch of the Ameri-
    ican Technion Society at the home of Mrs.
    Faye Tupler, 3 Island Ave., adds 20 new
    members to the Greater Miami Chapter,
    Women's Division. A non-fund-raising group,
    members' dues support student scholarships
    to Technion, Israel's largest engineering col-
    lege in Haifa, Israel. Show (left to right) are
    Leo Rutstein, Southeastern regional director,
    Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Faye Tupler, Dr. Irv-
    ing Lehrman, member of the National Board
    of Directors, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president,
    Greater Miami Chapter, Womens Division,
    American Technion Society, and Mrs. Irving
    Lehrman, honorary president.
    Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
    annual fund-raising aflair on
    day night, in the Fontaine!
    La Ronde Supper Club, will f
    Tony Martin and Cyd Char
    the dinner show.
    President is Mrs. Murra
    who attend the show will be made i;,-tt. Mrs. Sam EUrsch i-
    by Marian Smith, professional chairman.
    portrait painter. Some of her AH proceeds will be dor.
    works have won prizes and ae- scholarships for emotionally-dis.
    claim They will be exhibited at turbed children.
    the showing. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
    Local artists who will display maintains 23 scholarships for -mo-
    their paintings include Anya Axel- tionally-disturbed children at the
    rod, Ethel Blake. Stell Topol and
    Max B. A-tor. Rosa I.rvitan will
    be in charge of the exhibition.
    Montanari Clinical School in Hia
    leah. Over 50 children have .,
    benefited from the progra
    ...^zArbont people and i laces...
    RESTING ON HER LAURELS
    It was Celebrity Day at Westview Country
    Club, and for men only, but Miriam Weintr
    thinks she did her share. It was her cousin,
    Dave Mishel, who went out to the club with her
    husband, William. Dave and his wife, Ann. who
    own Camp Brunionea in Maine, are visiting the
    Weintraubs. Dave was an all-American football
    player at Brown University and one of the Iron
    Men.
    AWAY FROM IT ALL
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pollockshe designs
    her own stunning wardrobeare spending the
    week in Nassau and Paradise Island. The on-
    slaught ot visitors and the hectic social season
    will make this short vacation seem a restful
    oasis.
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    PEFECT WEATHER, PERFECT FOOD
    No wind, no rain, no bugs the night Sadie
    and Sam Greenfield entertained at dinner out-
    side on the patio. Sadie's sister, Mrs. Anna
    Glasser, of Chicago, and Sam's sister. Mrs. Esther
    Weintraub. from Montreal, were guests of honor.
    All the others were also out-of-town visitors.
    Sam. who is noted for his outdoor cooking, broil-
    ed the steaks to a turn.
    *
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    Earl Wiener. Rita and Herbert Bernstein M
    line and Stanley Brown. Marcia and Stanley
    Kolber and Jackie and Bob Traurig
    ON BAY HARBOR ISLAND
    It was an exciting day for Marjorie and
    George Sogg. whose marriage took place recent-
    ly. The Town Council of Bay Harbor Islands
    had a reception in their honor in the garden area
    of the Bay Harbor Hotel. Afterwards, there
    was a cocktail party at the Sogg home lor Town
    Council members and the close friends of the
    Soggs. Mrs. A. Harris. Mrs. Harry San Is and
    Mrs. Dudley D. Brodie assisted the hostess,
    Marjorie, in welcoming guests. The house was
    filled with flowers, which were magnificient ar-
    rangements of pale green and white anthernim.
    Among guests were Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dr.
    and Mrs. Joseph R. Narot, Mrs. Carry Dunn.
    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
    Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Roberts. Mrs. James
    Oline. Then there were Joni and Stanley Tale.
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    Sara and Seymour Silverman, and GolJie and
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    Free Loan Group Installation Set for Sunday Evening
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual ed as president. Other officers toi Miami Beach Mayor Melvin
    leader of Beth El Congregation and be installed included Joe C. Zalis, Richard will act as master of cer-
    president of the Greater Miami honorary life president; Joseph I emonies and Cantor Zvi II March-
    Rabbinical Association, will de- Nevel, first vice president; Ber- bein and Stella Marbiny will pre-
    liver the address at the 14th an- nard Jaffe, second vice prevdent: sent a musical program
    nual installation banquet of the Rose Siegel, third vice president; Tho >.,;.,,: i .
    Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Max Rappaport, treasurer. Zelda ,e flnS\1Z ,''m '"
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    MR. AND MRS. IRVING SCHATZMAN
    Aduti Hebrew Classes
    On Thursday evening, Mar. 5.
    7HO p.m., the second in a series
    of eight classes in adult Hebrew
    will u. conducted at Temple Sinai.
    Divided into one class for the
    beginner in Hebrew, and an inter-
    mediate class, information on the
    course is a\ailable at the Temple
    ollice.
    'World's Fare1
    Luncheon Set
    By Temple Israel
    \ enjoyable afternoon is being **nm"j
    planned lor those attending the ?amucl Wel
    annual donor luncheon of Temple
    lsra< I Sisterhood of Greater Mi-
    ;< m i.
    i i food, as well as the enter-
    tainment for the afternoon, will be
    in keeping with the international
    flavor, featuring Bill Jordan and
    Iii twin pi.uuis an,I the songs of
    i i Bergere star Lynda Gloria.
    oi the Dm Oui Paree Sinn' at the
    Carillon Hotel.
    \lr,s. Sidr.'.s Kaflel is chairman
    ol the luncheon, which i> being
    held on Wednesday noon. Mar. 18.
    in the Cafe Le Can Can ol ihe Car-
    illon Hotel.
    v will be a number of sur-
    prises, including prizes brought
    from Europe by Mrs. Max
    Mat?.
    Tickets may be obtained by
    calling Mrs. Robert Saltman or
    Mrs. Aaron Kanner.
    Schatzmans Will
    Be Honored On
    50th Anniversary
    Fiftieth wedding anniversary of
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Rose) Schatz-
    man will be celebrated at a ban-
    quet dinner given by Miami Beach
    uiers Hotel.
    Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Wednes-
    day, Mar. 25. ii:30 p.m.. at the Al-
    Dr. Irving Lehnhao, spiritual
    leader of Temple Rmanu-F.l, will
    be guest speaker. George J, Tal-
    anolf. past president of Beach
    Lodge, will serve as master of
    Current president,
    ner. is chairman of en-
    tertainment, which will feature the
    well-known soprano, Carol Donn.
    Currently serving as chairman
    of membership, Schatzman is a
    past president of the lodge. He
    .- also president of the Forty
    Miners oi Temple Emanu-El.
    Schatzman is past president of
    Miami Beach Apartment Associa-
    tion and past president and chair-
    man of the Chicago Club here A
    member of the Temple Emanu-El
    Board of Directors, he is on the
    board of the Greater Miami .lew
    sh Federation and has been ac-
    tively identified with the Israel
    Bond drive, Jewish .National Fund
    and Zionist Organization of Amer-
    ica.
    He is a member of Hibiscus
    Lodge ol the Masons and the Elks.
    Arrangements Committee, in ad-
    dition to Weiner, includes Gerald
    Schwartz, president-elect; Theo
    dore Trushin, Jack Jink. Gershon
    Miller. Michael Sossm and George
    Kronengold, past presidents; and
    Joseph Goodman, vice president.
    Mrs. Drucker Will
    Be Guest Artist
    Judy Drucker, lyric soprano, will
    be guest artist at the annual life
    membership tea of the Miami
    Beach Chapter, Brandeis Univer-1
    sity National Women's Committee.'
    on Thursday. Mar. 5. 1 p.m., at the
    home of Mrs. Monna T. Kline. 3500
    Flamingo Dr.
    Mrs. Drucker studied with Ar-
    turo di Fillippi at the University
    ol Miami, where she received her
    degree in music. She is currently
    working toward.- a Master's degree
    at the university and directs the
    art gallery al Temple Beth Sholom.
    Dr. Paul Csonka will accompany
    Mrs. Drucker at Ihe piano in a
    pro-ram oi semi-classical num-
    bers, including songs from 'Wot
    Side Story," Israel songs and op-
    eratic arias,
    Dr. Csonka. originally from Vi-
    enna. where he was conductor of
    the Salzburg Music Festival, is the'
    former conductor of the Havana
    Symphony and Havana Opera Com!
    pany. He now conducts the Miami
    Opera Guild under Dr. di Fillippi.
    Mrs. Samuel C. Brown, life mem-:
    bership chairman, will preside.
    Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is pro-,
    gram chairman.
    Rabbis' Wives
    Attend Brunch
    Mrs. Solomon Schiff, whose hus-
    band is president of the Greater
    Miami Rabbinical Assn., last week,
    was hostess in her home at a
    brunch.
    Guests, all married to rabbis,
    participated in a discussion on va-
    rious aspects of the role of rabbis
    wives in the synagogue and com
    m unity
    Attending were Mesdames Mayer
    AbramowitZ, Murray Alstet, Sam-
    uel April. Simon April, llershe!
    Brooks, Jonah Caplan, Leon Kron-
    i-h. lr\ ing Lehrman, Eugene Labo-
    vitZ, Daniel I.ouy. Joseph RaCkOV-
    sky, Norman N Shapiro. Nathan
    Zuitman and David Rosenfeld,
    Bazaar Opening
    At Ner Tamid
    Konigsberg Due
    At the Cromwell
    For it- 20th anniversary. Abe
    Gefter's Kosher Cromwell Hotel is
    announcing Cantor Jacob Konigs-
    berg. who will officiate at Passover
    religion- services assisted by Ben
    Vomen, music director, and bis
    ten-voice choir.
    Gefter's new Kosher Cromwell is
    on the oceanfront at 20th St.. an.i
    boasts a huge salt water pool, ca-
    bana area and wide stretch of pri-
    vate beach.
    All rooms are air-conditioned, in-
    dividually controlled, with free 21-
    inch television set and radio.
    Guests are given access to the ca-
    bana area with free chaise lounges
    and mats. Parking adjoins the
    building, and is also complimen-
    tary.
    Special package deals for ten,
    On Sunday, beginning at G p.m..
    in Sklar Auditorium, the annual i
    bazaar of Temple Ner Tamid will j
    hold a supper.
    The bazaar will continue all day-
    Monday with merchandise auctions, 2l- ,28. 35 and 49 days have been
    and refreshments. "orke Chairing the event are Mrs. t<> four meals are served daily.
    Reiva Levine. Mrs. Ruth Gold and food is prepared by competent
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    the Association of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries, is welcomed
    to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, where she addressed Cedars'
    Auxiliary and toured the newly-completed upper three floors.
    With Mrs. Melniker are Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes, past president
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    Friday, February 28, 1964
    \1
    ranees
    JZel,
    man
    We
    the
    Women
    WOMAN OF THE WEEK
    Fay Becker was an adorable, plump little girl get
    tin;; average grades in her home town of St. Louis. Bui
    once she made up her mind about what she really want-
    ed to do, her grades went sky high. "Really, I'm not
    smart.'' confided Fay with that appealing grin. Tin just
    lucky." Kay wanted to go to law school, but since the
    school of her choice was closed because of the war. she
    settled for a BA degree in special
    education al the Central Institute
    for the Deaf, which is affiliated
    with Washington University in St.
    Louis.
    Alter graduation, Faj taught
    there. She remembers thai one
    ol the youngsters, vim came from
    all over the world, was the
    i -t si,ii oi Lord and Ladj I ij
    Held, Most nt the i
    since the medical school was
    i: \t door. One her books, Melvin picked them up
    an : a year later thej wire mar-
    ried. Now you can understand
    why some schools are more pop-
    ular than others.
    Hie Becker-, spent a year in Augusta, Ga while Mel
    i itemed in oral suruery and Fay had a baby, Judi. Then
    they came to Miami, where after Mel's interning at Jack-
    son Memorial Hospital, they fell in love with Miami and
    decided to settle. It was here that Danny was horn. Mel
    v ,:- called up to go to Japan. He was the first dentist out
    ol Miami, and left Fay in charge of the office and a big
    white collie in charge of Fay. It was a wild, wild fifteen
    months, Kay recalled: When the dog needed a tonsilectomy
    in- seventy-five dollars Fay decided she'd had enough ill
    ' :. i ollii -
    Faj started speech therapy in Miami, a special cor-
    i clivc program in the public schools. When Mel got back.
    tie Beckers built a large, rambling house, perfect for
    family livinu When the children were no longer babies.
    Mel insisted that Fay go back to school. Obligingly, she
    went to the University of Miami Law School, graduating
    in 1958 magna cum laude. She took her bar examinations,
    but never intending to practice. Later, she changed her
    mind, or it was changed for her, and she went into the
    law offices of Paul Louis. She does diversified work in
    many fields, but she is not one bit diversified when it
    comes to being a mother: she's always home when the
    children return from school. Last October, while in Wash-
    ington with Mel, she applied for admission to practice
    before the Supreme Court of the United States, and was
    admitted.
    The Beckers live a contented life. They eat together
    at night in a leisurely fashion, each contributing his share
    to the conversation. Sunday is "out-to-dinner" night for
    the four of them. Over the weekends, Fay and Mel got
    in their golf games, which they enjoy playing together.
    Mel goes to art classes, and through his interest. Fay has
    developed a love for art, too. Football games come in
    for their share of enjoyment. "There's only one thing that
    we lack," said Fay, "We never have any time left over."
    Ruwitch Leaves
    Television Post
    Lee Ruwitch, general manager
    oi WTVJ. Ch. 4 Television, has re-,
    ' signed his position effective Mar.
    I 1, it was announced this week by
    Mitchell Wolfson, president o f
    ' Wometco Enterprises.
    Simultaneously, Wolfson an-
    , nounced the elevation of William
    j R. Brazzil to general manager.
    Vednesday at the Colony
    Theatre, Miami Beach. Nom-
    .iated for this year's Acad-
    emy Award as "Best Picture
    -A the Year," the film is direc-
    'ed by Elia Kazan. Featured
    i the s'ory of the waves of
    J.S.-bound immigrants from
    America America" -opened
    c broad.
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    Daums Reveal
    Roberta's Troth
    Mr. and Mrs, Maurice II. Damn.
    1056 So. Alhambra Circle, Coral
    Gaiilcs. announce the engagement
    of then daughter. Roberta Joy.
    to Jerome Howard Shevin, son ol
    Mrs, Pauline Shevin and the late
    A.i mil Shevin, 1550 SW 30th Ave.
    Miss Daum graduated from
    Coral Cable- Senior High and at-
    tended Sophie Newcomb College
    for Women. Now attending the
    University ol Miami, she is a
    member ol Sigma Delta Tan Sor-
    ority and Rho Lambda and Delta
    Theta Mu honuraries.
    Mr. Shevin graduated from Mi-
    ami Senior High and attended the
    University of Florida. He is a
    cum laude graduate ol the Uni-
    versity of Miami, and is now at-
    tending I'M Law School. He IS
    a member of Phi Alpha Delia.
    Both are member- ol Beth Dav-
    id Congregation, where Miss Daum
    leaches Sundas School
    Schwartz. Garden
    Are Engaged
    Announcement i> ma i
    -
    and M arii n I.
    of M l

    nd Mrs. Irving Sell
    SI Louis, Mo. No
    Washington I nh ersitj. she i- a
    graduate of Ladue High School,
    Her fiance, w ho makes his home
    in St. Louis, is a graduate ol the
    University of Florida and received
    his law degree from Washington
    University. He i< a member ol
    West wood Countn Club,
    Ballet Company
    Will Appear
    Members of the Broward County
    Ballet Company will appear in a
    program being presented by the
    B'nai Raphael Sisterhood on Mon-
    day.
    Slated to begin at 8:30 a.m.. the
    program will open with a lecture
    demonstration of the ballet nar-
    rated by Mrs. Harold Samuels.
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    Plan Luncheon
    Plans are underway for SistM
    hood's annual anniversary
    eon. announced Mrs Alex n
    Kov.au. president of Tempic
    Kmanu-El's Sisterhood
    Tribute is being prepared in
    honor of Sisterhood's 14 past pre>
    [dents, ten of whom are siill
    live board members Mrs .1;,. o
    Glassman, luncheon chairman, an-
    nounced that this year's them,
    Open Your Heart to Sisterhood.
    Committee includes Mesdaim -
    .Martin Smith, hostess chairman
    Alexander Gordon, table decora
    tions: Theodore Zalles. Charles
    Rosengarten. Sam Wiesen. Hand'
    Levey, door; Tobias Sussman. fax
    ors; Philip Neuwith. tickets; Mai
    Boderman, arrangements; Her
    bert Shapiro, program; Raymom
    Goodman, clerical: Joseph M
    Lipton and Samuel Llpton. pa
    trons; and Theodore Kipnis, Mm
    ray Schwartzman and Reuben
    l.e\ in, members at large
    MISS DEBRA SCHWARTZ
    Miss Bloom
    Plans to Marry
    Mi and Mrs William L. Bloom,
    5720 Maggiore St. announce the
    iement of their daughter,
    to Frederick Jon
    Blumenfeld, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
    Harrj .1. Blumenfeld, of Tusca-
    loosa, Ala.
    \ graduate of Coral Gables
    Senior High, the bride-elect is cur
    rently attending the University of
    Alabama, where she is majoring
    in speech therapy,
    The future bridegroom is also
    attending the University of Ala-
    bama, where he is a pre medical
    student.
    No date has been set for the
    wedding.
    Westbrooke Tells
    Summer Rates
    iok< Countrj Club h
    need its new 190 i imme
    r i. -. ith \ month men
    at S75 plus i. \
    ,0-yi .11 old club al 85
    Ihe Trail eaid thai it wa- opt i
    for membership to peoph
    hroughi ut Dade < ountj
    memberships either from Mar
    lo labor Day, Apr 1 to Ocl
    or Maj l to No\ l.
    Sheldon Kay, Westbrooke pres
    ident, said the new six-month sum-
    mer membership would allow
    families to take advantage of th<
    facilities of the 30-acre club lay
    out.
    1 lities ;ii Westbrooke includi
    one ni the !,ii -si swimming p i
    in the state, championship tennis
    courts basketball court, single ani
    four-wall handball courts, shuffli
    and a number of othi
    sports and recreational facilities
    CPA Speaks Here
    Bernard B. Isaacson, Certified
    Public Accountant of Wilmington
    Del. was guest speaker at th-
    dinner meeting of the Dade Counts-
    Chapter of the Florida Institute o:
    Certified Public Accountants or
    Monday at the Biscayne Terrace
    Hotel. He discussed forms anr
    procedures used in accounting ol
    fices.
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    ABE Eisenberg was honored at
    ^ the 30th anniversary cele-
    bration of Beth Jacob Congrega-
    tion in the Napoleon Room of the
    Deauville Hotel on Sunday. Mrs.
    Eisenberg chose a lull-length
    gown in teal blue which was bro-
    caded with gold and silver into a
    paisley pattern. Her gown was
    .-elf-belted and featured a flat
    bow at the waist. Mrs. Leonard
    Zilbert. whose husband was din-
    ner chairman, wore a full-length
    white peau de soie gown with a
    jfo matching hip-length jacket. Her
    - overblouse was beaded with se-
    quins and fringed with caviar
    beads.
    Sisterhood greetings were giv-
    en by Mrs Esther llillman. who
    chose a royal blue silk crepe
    sheath with a beaded bodice.
    Wife of the president. Mrs. Mor-
    ris Frank, was in black with jet
    beading on her fitted bodice.
    Rabbi Tibor Stern's wife selected
    navy blue crepe with white choir-
    boy collar and cuffs. Miss Judy
    Stem gave the invocation, weal-
    ing an orchid-colored dress with
    a -atin bodice and Clooney lace
    -kirt. Visiting from Mexico for
    this special occasion was Mrs.
    Hetty Hahan. a sister of the Rab-
    in. Her black silk satin sheath
    was hand-beaded in Mexico, as
    were her matching black kid
    gloves and handbag.
    MRS. Ralph Nernberg's white
    -ilk shantung cocktail suit
    had an emerald green silk ascot,
    and her jacket was lined in the
    same green. White caviar beads
    were used to create the fringe
    trim on the hem of her jacket and
    on her bracelet-length sleeves
    Mrs Harold Spaet chose a the-
    atre ensemble of raspberry-col-
    ored satin. Pink silk organza was
    worn by Mrs. Mose Krevat. ant
    self-fabric flowers were appliqucd
    across the bodice. Mrs. Harry
    Brenner was in a two-piece black
    cut velvet, which was banded
    across the hips with jet crystals
    and caviar fringe.
    Ice blue peau de soie with an
    alencon lace overblouse was the
    choice of Mrs. Lou Baida. Mrs
    Abraham Newman was in a gold
    satin short formal which featured
    a quilted floral pattern at the
    hemline. All her accessories were
    in the same gold satin. A black
    crepe sheath was worn by Mrs.;
    Yetta Bodenstein. Her V neckline
    had an insert of illusion, and flat
    bows were at her waist.
    A royal blue and gold brocadej
    -heath and matching coat was
    seen on Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mrs. |
    Arthur Kaufman bought her,
    porcelain blue silk brocade fabric
    while she was in Venice. an-J
    then had her theatre ensemble
    made while in Rome. It followed
    the classic lines of the sheath
    with a three-quarter-length coat..
    * *
    MRS. Aaron Lerner's gown was
    a champagne-colored brocade
    with an oriental-styled hip length
    jacket. Black silk crepe was worn
    by Mrs. Sidney Palmer. Her dress
    featured the Empire line with an
    off-thc-shouLler bodice of black
    chantilly lace. Muted green mint
    peau de soie was the color and
    fabric choice of Mrs. Ada Turk-
    ish. Her bodice was in reembroid
    ered alencon lace, and her tunic
    skirt was in the bell silhouette.
    Mrs. Baron de Hirsch Meyer
    wore a Chinese red and gold bro
    cade ensemble which she bought
    in Tokyo. Her sheath was topped
    with a buttoned hip-length jac-
    ket, and -he had a small cocktail
    hat made from the same fabric.
    MISS JOAN POSTHNtK
    Postelneks Tell
    Daughter's Troth
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip PostelnekJ
    1500 Bay Dr.. announce the en-
    gagement of their daughter. Joan
    Barbara, to Michael Lynn, son of
    Mr and Mrs. Jack Lynn. Brook-
    lyn, N. Y.
    Now teaching in Miami, the pros-
    pective bride attended the Univer-
    sity of Arizona and graduated in
    June from the University of Mi-
    ami.
    A physical therapist at Ml. Sinai
    Hospital, her fiance is a graduate
    ol Ithaca College and New York
    University.
    Dedication at Temple Beth Am
    Miss Strongin,
    Medical Student
    Are Betrothed
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1. Strongin,
    of Chicago. 111., announce the en-
    gagement of their daughter, Neena
    Merle, to Barry M. Glassman. son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Glass-
    man, of Miami Beach.
    The prospective bride attended
    the University Of Illinois where
    [ she was a member of Delta Phi
    Epsilon Sorority, and will gradu-
    ate from National Teachers Col-
    1 lege in June.
    Mr. Glassman is a graduate of
    < the University of Florida, where
    he was a member of Tail Epsilon
    Phi Fraternity and is now a junior
    at the University of Miami School
    of Medicine,
    The wedding will take place at
    the Drake Hotel in Chicago on
    June 21.
    Miss Retskin
    Plans for June
    A June wedding Is being planned
    tor Elena Marion Retskin and Dr.
    Joseph l. Sitnick.
    Announcement of the engage-
    ment )- made th week bj the par
    cut- <>i the future bride. Mr. and
    Mrs, Harold Retskin, 5028 Mag
    giore St.
    The prospective bridegroom is
    the son ol Mrs Bettj Sitnick of
    Philadelphia, and the late Mr. Sit-
    nick.
    Purim Party
    At Beth El
    Max Garshag. president. Miami
    Friendly Social Club, announces
    that the group's Purim party fes-
    tival will be held on Sunday 2
    p.m.. at Betli El Congregation, 500
    SW 17th Ave
    Entertainment will feature the
    , Chicago Choir, under the leader
    i ship of Joseph Horowitz, in a group
    of traditional melodies, and re-
    freshments will be served. ,
    Chairmen of the afternoon are
    , Mrs. Joseph Bralf and Mrs. lsulor
    Silver.
    Gables Chapter
    Sets ORT Day
    Coral Gables Chapter of Wom
    cn*s American ORT will hold its
    annual ORT Day affair on Wednes-
    day, Mar. 4. at a luncheon in Kings
    Bay Yacht Club.
    Fashion will be presented by
    Dolinger's Apparel Shop. Dade-
    land Mall, using members as
    models.
    Mrs Faye V. Klausner is presi
    dent of the chapter. Mrs. Benjamin
    : Greene is ORT Day chairman, ani
    Mrs. Edward Blackmail i.- speaker
    of the day
    ADL Official
    At Testimonial
    Anti-Defamation League offl-
    I cial. Paul Seiderman. this week
    I flew to Fayettcville. N.C.. to be
    jprincipal speaker at a testimonial
    dinner honoring Gov. Terry San-
    ford.
    The occasion was the 25!h anni-
    versary of the Albert Stein DembO
    Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
    Seiderman. a national commis-
    sioner of tli" Anti Defamation
    League and a former board chair
    man of the Florida ADL. discuss
    ed extremism in the U.S.
    New seqment of the Wom-
    en's Division of the Combin-
    ed Jewish Appeal that has
    added many increased gilts-
    to the campaign and alsc
    initiated new prospects io:
    CJA is the apartment house
    and new prospect organiza
    tion headed by Mrs. Ruth
    Johnson Berger. Coffees have
    been held at Seacoast Tow
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    65th St. nnd Collins Ave.
    Miami Beach
    Ntw sanctuary of Temple Beth
    Am will be dedicated at Friday
    night service- of the Temple. 5950
    No K ndall Dr So Miami, this
    v eekend.
    Dr Saurice tt. Eisendrath, pres-
    ent of the Union Of American
    Hebrew Congregations, will be
    nest speaker.
    Guest.- will be requested to show
    their invitations for admission to1
    the service,
    ' A dedication ball will climax
    fov the weekend observance Satur-
    day night in the Social Hall.
    Guest speaker will be Dr. Nel-
    son Glueck, president of the He-
    brew Union College-Jewish In-
    stitute of Religion, and one of
    the world's foremost archaeolo-
    gists.
    Beth Am. in eight years of its
    existence, has grown to a congre-
    gation Of 600 member families,
    with a religious school of 1.000
    children.
    President is Joseph Altschuler.
    Rabbi Herbert Baumgard is spirit-
    ual leader.

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    fJewist fkrkfitM)
    Friday, February 28 1364
    Summer Camp Offers Varied Programs for Children This Yea

    With June and vacation days closer than most of us realise,
    Miami's parents and youngsters are in the midst of making do
    cisions about the camp best fitted to fill their needs. Beginning
    with this issue and until summer time rolls around, The Jewish
    Floridian will from time to time offer camp information such
    as presented here.
    Camp Simcha
    Nursery Camp will be in session
    j again, with mature school teach-
    ' ers handling what, is expected to
    ; be a capacity group.
    Facilities at Temple Adath
    I Yeshumn are spacious, including
    Camp Simcha, summer day camp lhrcc acres of fenced-in grounds,
    sponsored by Temple Adath Yesh- llCW play vard swjmming tacili-
    urun, is being readied for its 1964 tjes ancj air-conditioned building.
    season. Registration is open now. Knobel
    Martin Knobel, director of Camp is at the Temple every Sunday.
    Simcha. has released an outline of' >
    plans which include swimming,
    howling, horseback-riding, tennis,
    baton-twirling, arts and
    sports, camp-outs and
    events. Field trips are planned for 'rite located"six'mUe. eat Of! the camp program is designed to
    the Seaquanum zoo museum and Hendersonvillc N c in ,he heart translate into a day-by-day living
    other places of interest to chil- Qf ,he B[ue Rjd Mountains ovcr pattern those values which cum-
    dren. 2 ^ feet above sca ,eve, Camp prise the Young Judacan program
    This year, again. Camp Simcha Judaea is a non-profit camp spon- on a year-round basis,
    will be the "camp designed with sored by Florida. Southeastern, Not only will campers of Camp
    children in mind." said Knobel. and Southern Hadassah and the Judaea live a creative Jewish life.
    but they will develop talents in
    many areas of camping. These in-
    elude swimming, canoeing, riflery,
    archerv. land sports, campcraft
    : arts and crafts, dramatics, and
    field trips to tourist attractions in
    western North Carolina.
    The brother movement of Young
    liulana is the Tsofim (Scouts ofl
    rat Representatives of the counselors and speeulists college
    Ts" in the Southeast area. Uri;^n and women, educate:; and
    Iv am Trader will play an act.ve group workers, are chosen b
    ":," in the program'of Camp Ju-! '" camp.ng,
    daea.
    Camp Judaea's staff of mature Continued on Following ,,,
    education,
    Juda.M and
    Southeastern Region of the Zionist
    Organization of America, through
    the Southern Zionist Youth Com-
    mission.
    Embodiment of Young Judaea.
    Camp Judaea
    cralts; Camp Judaea will begin its tenth! .vth movement of Hadassah and
    sp?e!a' season this summer, the third at Zionist Organization o America.
    Using the Temple Menorah Library as head-
    quarters, the Sisterhood Bazaar Committee
    plans menus for meals to be served at the
    Temple Menorah Bazaar and Carnival on Sat-
    urday night and Sunday. Left to right (stand-
    ing) are Mesdarr.es P. Morris Pollack, Rose
    Trucker, bazaar chairman, Herbert Kaplan,
    Lee Gottlieb. Seated are Mesdames Milton
    Singer, Elsie Belsky, Sisterhood president, Jack
    Sperans, and Sally Kurman. Not shown are
    co-chairmen Mrs. Jack Segal and Mrs. Murray
    Weil. Proceeds will assist in the maintenance
    of the 400-student Temple Msnorah Religious
    School.
    Thousands of JNF Trees Purchased Here
    For Planting in Kennedy Memorial Forest
    Some 500 persons attended a,
    I'urim Seudah sponsored by the
    JowKh National Fund Council of
    Greater Miami on Tuesday night
    at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
    Recently-elected president. Max
    Bros.-ier, addressed the Seudah
    and announced establishment of
    the Miami Section of the John F.
    Kennedy Memorial Forest in Is-
    lael.
    Referring to the achievements
    of the Jewish National Fond,
    Bressier declared: "I should
    prefer that our organization be
    called Jewish National Faith or
    Jewish National Fate or Jew-
    ish National Front, instead.
    "These, it seems to me, more
    accurately mirror the purposes
    and value of JNF to Israel yes-
    terday, today and tomorrow."
    In a spontaneous outpouring of
    response, thousands of tree pur-
    chases were announced at the
    meeting, where a John F. Ken-
    nedy-Jewish National Fund Mem-
    orial Concert was also announced
    for Mar. 31 at the Miami Beach
    Auditorium.
    Serving a-- chairman ol the func-
    tion was Leon .1. Ell, president ol
    the JNF Council here. Rabbi
    Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lea I
    er of Temple Menorah, ami pres-
    ident of the Southeast Region ol
    the Jewish National Fund, joined
    Zev Kogan, chairman of the exec-
    utitve board, as additional speak-
    ers on the program.
    Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth
    El Congregation, president of the
    Greater Miami Rabbinical Asso-
    ciation, offered the invocation.
    Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Temple
    Emanu-El, was heard in a musi-
    cal program.
    "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose"
    BLUE STAR CAMPS
    HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
    120 mills from Ashevillt in the Blue Ridge Mountains)
    GIRLS AND BOYS
    7 TO 17 YEARS
    Campers meet at nearby NEW
    all-weather resort Airport
    17
    SEASON
    IN GRtAUR MIAMI ARtA
    PltASt CONTACT:
    MRS. LIL ROSEN
    FR 1-8205
    MRS. ROZ SUTTA
    HI 6 1846
    MR. HARRY KAPLAN
    WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577
    Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Pri-
    vate Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative
    Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six
    separate programs for different age groups. Resident
    physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and
    Smoky Mountains. Special pre-season BASKETBALL CAMP
    Request 44-page catalog.
    Write to FOUNDERS DIRECTORS:
    Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin
    ------_ Full-time Winter Addresa:
    1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309
    n
    j
    ANTE
    **%
    bv ISABEL GRCVE
    Home from a ten-day cruise on
    the ss Jerusalem, Ethel and Paul
    A. Galbut. of 2015 SW 13th St..
    visited San Juan. St. Marten.
    Martinique and other Caribbean
    ports .
    Relaxed and happy group at a
    sumptuous luncheon in the Louis
    Phillipe Room of the Fontaine-
    bleau last week Acknowledg-
    ing the superlative job they had
    done a: the CJA Initial Gifts af-
    fair, an impressive $109,000, Es
    ther i Mrs. Carl) Wclnkle, Inez
    Krensky and Kay Ablin, top eche-
    lon, were feting chairmen and
    Fashionplatc Committee m e m -
    bers .
    Local artist Reyna Younger-
    man has several paintings in the
    Critics Choice Show at the De-
    sign (enter and others at the
    Brandeis exhibition in the Flag-
    ler Museum at Palm Beach.
    Mrs. Zeev Z. Dover, wife of the
    CAMP SIMCHAH
    TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
    SUMMER CAMP HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS
    STARTING JUNE 22nd THROUGH AUGUST 14th
    4 to 13 Tears Tronsporfotion All Outdoor & Indoor AffffMtl
    f"~ ~+ SWIMMING
    BOWLING
    BATON TWIRLING
    ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC.
    Phone Wl 7-1435
    I'lnnVr ti>- direction of Martini
    Knobel. memoer ol (acuity ,it .
    | i in,i J, n or H:--h School I
    Select Staff of teachers, coun- i
    I .m.i specia.ty instructor* '
    +
    IN fLCR:0A'S
    COOL OCALA
    NAT/0\/U fCREST
    At Camp Ocala, your boy or rirl (S-W will enjoy the most fun-fii.ed
    summer ever. Cain confidence learning new ski/Is, too. Dairy water-
    stc.ng, $w,,nmm3, ona- horseback riding-no extra charge. Trained by
    mature counselor-experts (I fo cv-ry 3 children-triple the average).
    ArI"c!;.I*nI! b *'<''"y- Dramatics. Team Sports. P Nary, Go'f.
    Frid.v iufh. e ,t Vt"! Llcenc< Physician and 3 Re0'ted \
    Sess on?. r? S'1" if"' S"v"<* Starts June y, fijll S or A W.--U
    sessions Call or Write for Full Details
    OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI
    _______ FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601
    COLLEGE STUDENTS
    An Exciting 7'/j Week
    Summer Adventure
    u
    ISRAEl & EUROPE
    JET DEPARTURES: June 27 t July 9
    Program Features:
    * H aoyi of {wit-picking or.tj
    e"h*f WOfk i Gohlee Kibbulrm
    1 day Co Nollve" sighiiee.rg
    tour Ihrouqhout lvo-1
    * H dots ol Ntl ond Ne.ollon
    ol the ASMKEIOM ii.9 ,, ,
    n Ihi Mcdittnanion
    ' 1< doy l.r ol Holy, S.i.,|ori| ,,,
    lionet
    for further ir^rmatlon & iMprvttipns contact! ~
    ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE
    B?MS M> Miam" B"ch
    uncti
    '-
    Israel Consul General, in town
    with her husband, looking for-
    ward to next week's init..ii one
    man art show of her paintin
    Atlanta, where the Dover
    quarter.
    i
    Pretty Debra Paulson cele
    eii her fifth birthdaj last
    tirsl with her classmates i
    Little white School House ami
    then at home where her mother.
    Cerelle Paulson, 1640 NE ISOth
    St.. friends and relative, feted
    the youngster at a barbeq .
    Sister of the little honorec. Marci
    13, and brother, 11-yearokl Mit-
    chell, especially interested m the
    lovely pink and white confection-
    er's dream cake which featured
    "The Old Lady That Lived in <
    Shoe'" and six candle- En-
    joying the festivities with their
    grandchildren, Ni.e and Nat
    Lang, of North Miami Beach.


    Friday. February 28. 1964
    *. JVf*'ifc flhrudKHin
    Page 9 B
    Water Sports and Games Inviting to Everyone
    Continued (rom Preceding Page
    .Tudai-m. .Many have .-.pent from a
    gummer to a year in Israel.
    For further information write
    to Georgfl Stern, 50 Whitehall. Suite **<*" sPar,a and Crossvillc, Tcnn ,
    "0'' Mlanta 3 Ga wiui GOO acres of woodland sur-
    n a ,t rounding a private seven acre
    * .'princ-fed lake.
    Camp Oca I a The raiK.h camp program for
    , ; ,. f. ., .. boys and girls from 8 to 17 spe-
    Located-In he Oca a National d*, in" horscback-riding, rop-
    Korest o^ccnlral J-lor.da CamP; norscback trj a,
    Ocala ,s 285 miles north of MiamL J^ ^ m ^ >ridcs A
    Directors-arc Dr and Mrs. Theo-; offcrs ^ sctting'from Deland on 48 acres of what
    dore struhl. Frankic and Ben Ml- ( Shwdeos" put on weekly! as formerly the Millionaires
    ,cr, Mai artd Mrs. Leonard Woll- Countrv club.
    msn. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H., J
    Wollman. with local offices at 14511 Camping program tor ages 6.
    N Bavshorc Dr trough 17 concentrates on water-
    ' ... '.___. ____(sports, athletics, both English and;
    The eight week summer season, ~ ; .. '._=,=_., ._, ,_._.
    Camp Pinewood
    (or boys and girls
    takes in swimming, canoeing,
    horseback-riding, water-skiing, arts
    and crafts, archery, tennis, fenc-
    ing, dancing, dramatics and sing-
    ing.
    There is one counselor for every
    three of the 250 campers, accom-
    7ronir 5* to*"*} Wes,crn horseback riding and trip-1 Marking its tenth anniversary j level
    outs. under the same ownership and di- Activities.
    Owner-directors of Belle Aire are rectors. Camp Pinewood
    Bea and Reuben Komisar.
    Great Smokey Mountains, N. C. is
    offering a new camp policy for
    1964. In addition to the regular
    eight-week session, thero will be
    a choice of two four-week sessions.;
    Enrollment is limned to 200 boy*
    and girls from 5 to 17. There are
    a separate teen-age program and,
    a counselor-in-training course at
    the camp.
    Only three miles from Hcnder-
    sonville and easily accessible by
    automobile, railroad and air. Camp
    Pinewood is situated on gently,
    rolling acreage 2.400 feet above sea :
    oers, take in all water sports, mo-
    tor-boating, horseback-riding, golf,
    tennis, camp craft, music appre-
    ciation, dancing, photograph*',
    trips and hikes.
    Local offices arc at 535 W. 30th
    in
    | St. Directors are Dr. and Mrs.
    . under the guidance Donald D. Michelson and Mr. and
    the oi mature and capable staff mem- Mrs. Eli Meltzer.
    Camp Belle Aire
    Cm. G.n brl **ba lde'*>"
    _ m o, r^ Regular Meeting
    modated on separate sites for boys purchased last month is scheduled Mrs. Dora O fenhenden pre.si-
    "nd girls. Staff members are col- to open its doors tor the first time dent. Beba Idelson Chapter. Pio- .
    leca ace or older instructors. i >n June for eight weeks ot camp- meeting on Thursday, Mar. 5, at |
    Food is Jewish-American, and tag. Sports, arts and crafts and meet on Thursday Mar. 5, at -
    Services are held every Friday eve- Hebrew classes arc planned for Washington federal Auditorium.
    nj | the summer. 1133 Normandy Dr.
    Rabbi Abraham Korf, Southeast- Final plans and reservations for
    ern regional director of the Mer-the donor will be presented and
    kos L'Inyonei Chinuch, sponsor*! Dr. Cclia Davis will discuss cur-
    Camp Belle Aire. at the Sunset of the kosher camp announces| rent events.
    ; k Dude Ranch Site, is located that plans for an Olympic-sized 0n Saturday. Mar. 7. Beba Idel-
    2 700 feet above sea level on the s"iminin* pool for the camp have >on js ce)ebrating Jewish Music
    Cumberland mountain plateau be- been made. Month at an Oneg Shabbat at the
    The Rabbi, who makes his head- home of Mrs. Samuel E. Birken
    quarters for the Merkos in Miami blitt. 900 Bay Dr.. who .-.elected the
    Beach, has scheduled meetings music for the afternoon.
    with officials in Deland. Fla.. for ---------------------
    construction of a pool. Merkos is UI^:Tmrinn Rrfinch
    the central organization for Jew- JVeiZmanil DI UFItll
    ish education of the Lubavitehcr fin+kepc fo|- JNF
    movement. w%*
    Camp Can is located seven miles Chaim Weizmann Branch of Far-
    band iU hold a Purim festival

    >
    BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLI AIRE
    AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE
    "ATOP THE C001 CUMBERLAND /MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN.'
    Belle Aire
    Ranch
    Camp
    FOR BOYS AND GIRIS 8 17
    Specializing in
    HORSEBACK RIDING
    SHODEOS A ROPING
    WFEKLY HORSEBACK
    TRIPS. OVERNIGHT
    4 TRA L RIDES
    SWIMMING A
    BOATING
    ATHLETICS A
    CRAFTS
    Dormiiory-typ? Building
    Meal* are simple, nouiishing
    and well b< lanced.
    $120 for 2 weeks
    (All Inclusive Fee)
    or $330 for 6 weeks
    (All Inclusive Fee)
    DATES: JUNE 6 to JUIY 17
    ! FOR B0TS AND GIRLS 6-17
    A Complete Camping Program
    FOSTERING of flll the "ARTS'
    ! WATER SPORTS
    ' ATHLETICS
    ! HORSEBACK RIDING
    ' RODEO ARENA
    ! 5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP
    ' TRIP-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.)
    ! ARCHERY RIFLERY
    FENCNG
    Kosher Food Upon Request.
    ! Spcciol ottcnlion to underweights.
    ! Registered Nurse on
    24-Hour Duty.
    $400 for 5 weeks
    (All Inclusive Fee)
    DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23
    For Full Information and Brochures
    CAU FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE
    MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Str^t, Miami
    Telephone HI 3-3751
    Off WRITE
    MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS
    ' Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Term.
    dedicated to the Jewish National
    Fund on Sunday at the Barcelona
    Hotel.
    Rabhi Mayer Abramowitz. presi-
    ! dent of the Southeastern Reaion of
    Jewish National Fund, will be
    j guest speaker and Rose By rum.
    | lyric soprano, will present a pro-
    | grim of musical selections.
    President of the nranch is Moe
    Levin, and chairman for Jewish
    I National Fund for the branch is
    ' Johan L. Berman.
    m m
    Our 101h
    Year
    "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS"
    CAMP PINEWOOD
    HENDERSONVIILE, N.C.
    FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17
    2500 It. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains,
    cod, invigorating haalthfal clmto-e 97 allergy free where
    the grew* and development of each child is gulled w.th love,
    experience end understanding mature, skilled counselor staf -
    Sabbath Service! lull cultural and athletic program tutoring.
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    \.C. Board of Health
    Pianist Will
    Entertain Here
    Fred Pichler. well-known Vicn
    nese pianist and vocalist, will high-
    light the residents' Purim partv ;it
    Douglas Gardens,
    I Jewish Home for
    he Aged, on Sun
    day al p.m.
    An original
    Purim skit, writ-
    ten by Mrs. Syl-
    via Billing, will
    be presented by
    the Festivals
    JGroup of Douglas
    (Gardens. Vocal
    Pichler selections will
    also be presented by residents un-
    der the direction of Mrs. Sally
    Mamie. Mrs. Billing and Mrs.
    Mannc are volunteer workers of
    the National Council of J'-wish
    Women.
    Pichler. originally from Vienna,
    has been living in London for the
    last 25 years. He is known world-
    wide as a self-styled pianist and
    vocalist.
    Named Women of Valor by the Aviva Chapter of Mizrachi
    Women are (left *o right) Mrs. Sam Herman. Mrs. Abe Bar-
    Icon, Mrs. Nathan Pomerants. Mrs. Fred Rozensweig. Named
    but not shown are Mrs. Isaac Berlin and Mrs. Max Sternstein.
    This team has initiated a constant series of activities for the
    benefit of the schools maintained for newly-arrived children
    in Israel by the Mizrachi Women of America.
    Announcing the Opening of 1
    Camp Gan Israel of Florida
    (member of the international Gan israel camping movement)
    THE ONLY KOSHER SUMMER- CAMP
    IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
    FOR CHILDREN AGES 6-16
    Centrally Located in Deland Heights, Deland, Fla.
    ONLY 250 MILES FROM MIAMI
    8 WEEKS
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    $i00.00
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    and NURSE
    Mr. Phillip Weiss
    O ALL ACTIVITIES
    SWIMMING
    SPORTS
    ARTS & CRAFTS
    Food Under the Direction of
    o( the Royal Hungarian Restaurant
    A REWARDING JEWISH EXPERIENCE
    Special Tutoring for Bar Mitzvah and Hebrew Classes
    Office Located at
    918-6th St. and 1020 Michigan Ave.
    Phones 532-5694, 534-0421
    Gardner Names
    Media Director
    Barbara Powderly, 23, of Hia-
    leah. has been named media direc-
    tor of Harold Gardner Associates.
    Miami Beach.
    Miss Powderly. who is a sradu-,
    ate of Hialeah High School, has
    lived and worked in Miami for the
    past 12 years. Her work has always
    been in or affiliated with adver-,
    tising or public relations.
    As media director for Harold
    Gardner Associates, she will be
    buying space for such accounts as,
    Fontaineblcau Hotel, Sorrento Ho-;
    tel, Miami Lincoln Mercury. Town,
    of Surfside, Town of Bay Harbour;
    Islands and various other agency
    accounts. !
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    OUR 11th SEASON
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    Page 10-B
    +Jewish fk>ridiar
    Friday, February 28, 1364
    Genets Present Torah Scrolls To Hebrew Academy
    Left to right are Sidney H. Palmer, general chairman; Mrs.
    Fannie Reich, represen'ing B'nai B'rith Women; Ben Gold-
    iield, Florida State president; Maurice Steinberg, president
    of District Lodge 5; and Maurice J. Feingold, presiden' of the
    South Florida Council.
    B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida
    Has Mass Initiation of Members Here
    B'nai B'rith Council of South
    Florida held its sixth annual mass
    initiation Sunday night at the Bar-
    celona Hotel.
    Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Rich-
    ard addressed the function. Rich-
    ard is a past president of North
    Shore Lodge.
    Jack R. Click, regional member-
    ship director ol the Supreme
    Lodge, also addressed the group, i
    Greetings were received from
    Maurice Feingold, president.
    South Florida Council; Ben Gold-
    field, president, Florida State
    Federation of B'nai B'rith
    Lodges; Ansel A. Wittenstein,
    first vice president of the Fed-
    eration; Sam Nieberg, first vice
    president, District 5; Mrs. Al-
    fred Reich, representing the
    B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters
    here.
    Degree team included Eli Hur-
    witl, Joseph Gorenstein. Emanuel:
    Tapper, Edward Stern and Her-
    man J. Nudelman. i
    Highlight Of the evening was a
    principal address by Maurice Stein-
    berg, president of District Lodge
    5, of Augusta, Ga., who was intro-
    duced by Judge Milton Friedman,
    past president of District 5.
    Honor Guard of Jewish War Vet-
    erans, under the leadership of I
    Florida Department Commander
    Emanuel Mandel, presented the!
    colors.
    Dr. S. T. Swirsky. spiritual lead-:
    er of Israelite Center, offered the
    invocation and benediction. Mau-
    rice J. Feingold. president. South j
    Florida Council, conducted the,
    meeting. Jack R. Click was coor-
    dinator, and Sidney Palmer served;
    as general chairman of the affair. I
    JAN PEERCE
    METROPOLITAN OPERA STAR CONDUCTING
    Uvauvillv
    presents W
    Ian Peerce A
    Passvrvv Seders
    Seder
    tips and tax incl.
    V)
    3
    Second
    Seder
    Sat Mar ?8-8 PM
    tips and tax incl.
    Children under 8 $10 for each seder
    Call In .l-U.%11
    Charles Miller. Catering Dept.
    Dietary laws strictly observed.
    Under the supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
    On the ocean at 67th St., Miami'Beach **'
    Dedication of a new Safer Tor-
    ah to be presented to the Hebrew
    \cademy by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Genet and lamily will lake place
    Sunday. 10:30 a m. This is the
    second scroll lo be presented in
    the newly-constiucted sanctuary rr
    the Dora Cohen Memorial Build
    ing. 2400 Pinetree Dr.
    Pounders of the Acadx mj Mr
    and Mrs. Genet have been active
    n the school since its inception
    more than 15 years ago.
    Mr, Genet is honorary life pies
    ident ol the Academy and chair
    man ol the Finance Committee
    Mrs. Genet, a life member and
    officer of Hebrew Academy Wom-
    an, was recently named "Woman
    ol Valor" at a luncheon sponsored
    by Hebrew Academy Women
    Impressive ceremonies will I
    begin with a procession to be led
    by the Genet family carrying the
    Torah under a canopy into the
    the school building. The Torah
    will then be adorned by a spec-
    ially-designed Yemenite golden
    crown, hand-made pointer, and
    unique breast plate by the chil-
    dren of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
    Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
    Genet, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Cole-
    man, Charleston, S.C., Mr. and
    Mrs. Martin Genet, and Mr. and
    Mrs. Saul Genet.
    These sacred objects were de-
    signed by Benyaminof, a noted
    Yemenite artist, of Jerusalem, Is-
    rael.
    Before the Torah will be placed
    in 'he Ark. pravers of thanksgiving
    will be offered by Cantor Abra-
    ham Self, of Kneseth Israel Con-
    gregation, and Cantor Hush Adler.
    of Temple Emanu-EI. They will
    be accompanied by the 50-voice
    choir of the Hebrew Academy un-
    der the direction o( Mrs. Miriam
    Donnerstag, music director of the
    Academy.
    Hy Fried and his orchestra will
    accompany the musical part ol the
    program. Rabbi David Lehrfield. '
    spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel.
    Race Attracts
    29 Nominations
    The Slu.ouo Ponce de Leon Stakes
    for Florida-bred-three-year-olds
    has attracted 29 nominations for
    , its first running Mar. 11 at Gulf-
    : stream Park. James Ross, racing
    secretary, announced.
    The Ponce de Leon, a mile and
    1 a sixteenth test, boasts quality
    among its nominees, and all indi-
    cations point to smart field.
    Mrs. Dorothy Rigney's Dunfee,
    Hofbrau Stable's Behaving Deby
    and Mrs. Marguerite Daniel's Bold
    Destroyer head the eligibles.
    Dunfee recorded l!X;:i victories
    in the Joliet, Prairie state and a
    division of the Cowdin. Behaving
    Deby won the Dinner. Fashion,
    Ranocas and Polly Drummond,
    and Bold Destroyer clicked m the
    Bright and Land of Lincoln.
    Mr. AND MRS. HARRY CCNCJ
    will deliver
    dress
    Larry Gene
    Mrs Martin
    the dedication ad-
    i. vim of Mr.
    Genet, and
    aril
    sixth
    grade student at the \cai ny
    will deliver greetings on i tall
    ol the Gei el grandchildren, ouis
    Mcrwitier, president of the :ad
    emy, will accept the Sefer rah
    on behalf ol Ui my.
    Heading the lisl ol d i
    "h<> will acl .i- a Guard of h nor
    during the Torah procession .ill
    be Jacob C. Cohen, \ ice prea
    of the Ai ademy. Others p tici
    ng are B. I, Binder. Le tard
    Rosen, Maurice Ii.it/. S liuel
    Reinhard, Joseph Cohen, c I rles
    Charcowsky, Morris Biene-ield,
    Raymond Rubin, (.hail..- I :ch-
    man, Oscar Mamber and Irving
    Firtel.
    Parents Without Partners
    Parents Without Partners. Miami
    Beach Chapter, will hold a "Leap
    Year" dance and buffet at the Bel
    Aire Hotel on Saturdaj evening.
    TRADITIONAL PASSOVER SEDER
    Friday, March 27, at 7:00 p.m.
    Sholom
    Rabbi Morton Malavsky of Temple Beth
    $10 per person
    For reservations, call 945-9571 in Miami, or WA 341
    HOLLYWOOD-BY-THE-SEA
    U in Hollywood
    -_
    RICHARD TUCKER
    famed
    Metropolitan
    Opera tenor,
    world's greatest
    cantor, conducts
    traditional
    PASSOVER
    SEDERS

    at the
    ^UeiAy/3oX>
    In the beautiful Pompeii Room, March 27 and 28!
    Famed Richard Tucker's stirring services will
    be accompanied by Alan Chester's superb choir,
    singing the cantorials and traditional melodies
    of the Hagadah.
    DIETARY LAWS WILL BE STRICTLY OBSERVED!
    Reservations are in great demand... and we
    cannot stress too strongly that you reserve now!
    FIRST SEDER, Friday, March 27, 7 pm
    $32.50 Adults
    15.00 Children under 8
    SECOND seder, Saturday, March 28,7 pm
    $25.00 Adults
    15.00 Children under 8
    BOTH SEDERS, $52.50 Adults
    25.00 Children under 8
    (Includes gratuities but not 3% sales tax)
    For rescr rat ions, call Catering: JE 2-2561
    EDEN ROC MIAMI BEACH
    RALEIGH HOTEL
    DINIHG ZOOM
    18th STREET and COLLINS AVENUE
    RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR
    The Passover Seders
    "ULTIMATE IN fINt FOOD"
    J]] PER PERSON FOR BOTH NIGHTS.
    Seders served by reservation only.
    TRADITIONAL SERVICES BY CANTOR HOROWITZ
    CALL JE 8-2040 Ask for Pearl Dining Room
    OPera,tnHb,!!ea? *? LVit ,ormer'V '" Red Mill
    nd other leading Miami Beach Hotels.
    PROMENADE HOTEL
    PASSOVER SEDER
    DINING
    ROOM
    JEWISH STYLE FOOD
    $8 Person
    PIR SlOiR
    Tox I Tip Included
    rot miRVATron;
    Call Kitty (ieinfterg
    JE 8-5721
    CANTOR REVEREND ISRAEL
    OFFICIATING
    2469 COLLINS AVE., MIAMI BEACH


    February 28, 1964
    fJcnist OorkUaf)
    Page 11-B
    "V to launch 4-Lectixe Series En Southwest
    legates from the 49 districts of 'he six Southern states of
    I Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America
    \-.ered in Miami Beach on Sunday for a board of Governors
    H.ing. Left to right are Gil Rappaport, diiector of the re-
    p:. Jacgues Torczyner, chairman of *he National Executive
    Lr.cil, who was guest speaker; Leon May, president of the
    j.'On; Ben Giller, president of Miami Beach Zionist District;
    p I. L. Kenen, director of the Ameiican Israel Public Af-
    r; Committee.
    >iss Ejected
    jsident Cf
    lach Federal
    on w eh Miami Beat h attor-
    Sav-
    . ;ii i. an Association i e
    ;".il .,- an officer and direc-
    nee 1957, was elected presi-
    of the financial institution
    eek, succeeding Claude A.
    k,iu. who declined reelection
    ix years in office.
    haw. who was redacted to
    oard for a new three-year
    at thf annual shareholders
    ug, announced his decision to
    I i the ensuing organization-
    Beting of the board.
    assumed th presidency of
    m Beach Federal after 33
    ts, as Miami Beach's first city
    nager, a post that he entered
    5. Waist, who became legal
    nsel of Miami Beach Federal
    tly after graduating from
    University of Miami Law
    ol in 1935, doted the Assof-
    >t first loan in 1935. The As-
    ation's loans now exceed $162
    lion.
    y. 51. he has been a resident
    'ianii Beach since 1920 and. in
    jon to his legal practice as a
    member of the firm of
    r, Weiss. Rose and Rosen.
    :een active in civic, commu-
    ^snd public affairs.
    announcing the election of
    B, Mitchell Wolf son. chairman
    h- board, said that "we feel
    tmely fortunate i n having
    s. who has been intimately
    i:ted with Miami Beach Fed-
    since it activated its charter
    | began its contribution to the
    v. of tiie entire Miami area."
    MILTON WEISS
    At the annual meeting, other di-
    rectors named to Bucceed them-
    selves were A. Louis Brown Jr..
    executive vice presi ent; Dan
    I happell. attorney and former
    state legislator; Rittcr Levinson,
    vice presides! of Oscar E. Dooly
    Associates, Inc.. and Arnold Levy,
    merchant and civic leader.
    The change in presidents of the
    Association was effective immedi-
    ately. Weiss, whose law office is
    in the Miami Beach Federal
    Building, plans to continue his ac-
    ; tive association with the firm.
    "The Search for a Way of Life:
    \:ii\M-. Beliefs and Purpose-" is
    the theme for a new series of four
    lecture discussions sponsored by
    tl VM Y'wiiA of Greater Miami
    for men and women in the South
    west area within the 25 to 40-year
    age bracket.
    The program, wh'ch will take
    place on lour successive Tuesday
    evenings beginnine Mar. 10. is
    presented by the "Y" as one of
    many services to be offered in
    anticipation of a new Southwest
    Y.M11A Branch facility, and is
    scheduled for the Community
    Meeting Room of the new Dade
    Federal Savings and Loan Asso-
    ciation. SW 104th St. and Dixie
    Hwy.
    Serving as sponsors for the
    series are Dr. and Mrs. Richard
    Alper, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
    Brickman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
    Furman, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
    Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
    Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
    Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
    Traurig, and Dr. and Mrs. Alfred
    Viener. Speakers and subjects
    will be:
    "V, lai i- ril ;,i Lif
    Murray Hi ik
    10.
    "W i Imp ant in Life
    ron Lip
    nan stant
    I'niversitj ol Vliami, Mar
    17
    u hal i.- i in One's
    Relations with Other People?"
    {..bin Mordecai Podet, Temple
    ludea Mar. 24.
    "How Does Each Individual
    Find ins Personal Values, Beliefs
    and Purposes?" Dr. Robert W.
    Gables Student
    To Perform
    Jerrj Orlin, Sophomore at Coral
    Cable- Senior High, will perform
    a hall-hour program of piano
    music on Ra lio Station WVCG on
    Wednesday, 12 noon.
    The program is sponsored by
    the Miami Music Club, of which
    Jerry is a scholarship student.
    He has appeared on the Music
    Club's -Young Artist" concert
    and has performed with the
    Miami Symphonic Society Orches-
    tra.
    Jerry is a piano student of Mrs.
    Peggy Erwin and attends Beth
    David Religious School.
    He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Morris Orlin, of 2014 SW 17th Ter..
    Miami.
    Hively. associate professor of will be a lull discussion
    English, University o*- Miami, phaaae Mar 31. '"" led bj E.nanuel Tropp, asso
    Each -ession will be conducted :iate director. Greater Miami "Y."
    for two hours beginning at 8:15 Enrollment will be limited to 4'/
    p.m. Following the lecture, ther. >eople.
    Beth David Dramatic Group will present a play, "A Drecm
    urim," on Sunday morning c, Beth David Congregal
    Fronl R01
    Frci. Taner.ba
    Alan Schwartz, Mrs. Me
    and David Stone. Eric- Turetsky is nol shewn.
    FLAMINGO KOSHSiH RESTAURANT
    743 Washington Ave., M.B.
    RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR
    PASSOVER 2 SEDERS
    Lunch and Dinner Daily for Entire Passover Week
    Only $47.50 Per Person
    CANTOR ZARETSKV O.'FICIAT'NG
    Make Your Reservations Naw-Call .'E 7.-9961
    Dinner now bcinj served from 4 fo 9 p.m.
    ABt.GfCTER'S MEW KOSHtR > _,
    ^ ROM WELL hotel
    ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH
    Famous Cantor Jacob Komgsberg will officiate, assisted by Ben Yomen
    10 voice choirReligious Services 2 Seders at the Cromwell ^
    Celebrate With Us.
    20th Anniversary
    these Passover Holidays.
    Special Discount Package Plan
    for a Ocean-View RoomSect. C,
    Includes 3 to 4 meals daily during
    Passover, (dbl. occ. 2 in a room)
    per person.
    Extra Special Disconf Deal
    Up to 49 Days or 7 Weeks
    March 13 to My 1st $500 per pei s.
    in addition we will allow
    15*. Discount 75 Net $425.
    Single Occupancy & higher.
    Shares Arranged.
    Write or Call Direct-ABt CEETEt
    JE 4-2141, Miami Beach
    C CO*"D Indi. COnTP vt BEACi
    i^^yusial #v<
    oom
    OF THE
    ie$ Party Scheduled
    picheon and game party will
    i ul for members of the Great*
    .iini Hi'inophilia Auxiliarv of
    11 Beach <>n Thursday. Mar.
    L 30 p.m., at the Bel Aire
    NATIONALLY FAMOUS...
    FOR 50 YUM
    THE FABULOUS ZEIGE*
    KOSHER CUISINE I
    ZEIQCRS' ;.Vh.,h
    litzPlaza
    . HOIU O04 CAiAN (IH I
    RESERVE NOW
    FOR
    TRADITIONAL
    PASSOVEK SEDERS
    Conducted by the Eminent
    CANTOR H.
    MARCHBEIN MARBINY
    A Choir
    RESERVATIONS:
    Mrs. Hoffman
    JEfferson 1-6881
    iMWOttMHl WtST MUMIIUCH.fll
    i
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    LOMBARDY HOTEL
    RESERVATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR PASSOVER
    9-DAY PERIOD 3 MEALS DAILY
    Under Strict Rabbinical Supervision
    VERY SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILY RESERVATIONS
    A WELL KNOWN RABBI AND CANTOR
    WILL OFFICIATE AT SEDERS
    SAND-ELL XT CATERERS
    Call Mr. Weiss UN 6-6226
    If No Answer Call UN 6-5278
    The Strictly Kosher
    STRATH HAVEN HOTEL
    411 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach JE 2-4825
    NOW ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS
    FOR PASSOVER
    ROOMS WITH MEALS OR MEALS ONLY
    ONLY GLATT KOSHER MEATS SERVED
    Sedurim to be Conducted by Well Known Cantor
    MOST MODERATE RATES
    Owner-Management: Nathan Ginsburg & Family
    , :
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    diYia/*
    TRADITIONAL KOSHER
    PASSOVER SEDERS
    ... under the direction of the Sirkin Family
    EVENINGS OF MARCH 27th & 28th
    $25 per person tor both evenings incl. tax & gratuity
    Seder conducted under the auspices of
    CANTOR MORDECAI YARDEINI
    Ceebralea Radio Star. Conctrt S.nger >nd Word Famous CtMor.
    ASSISTED BY HARRY SIRKIN Mashfiach on Hemisei
    For Reservations: Mr. Swirko Phone: JEfferson 4-2445
    OCEANFRONT. COLIINS AVENUE AND LINCOLN ROAD MALI
    MEET PERFECTIONISTS
    IN THE CATERING FIELD
    They ire unequalled In their profession.
    They ire the diUdo's catering staff. They
    will make a success of any party...
    wedding... Bar Mitzvah*... a business
    A meeting or a social luncheon. They will
    serve from 20 to 1000 diners with fine food
    txpertly prepared In the diUdo's newly
    decorated Cotillion Room. They'll arrange for
    whatever space you require. Call
    Mr.Telchner at JEfferson 8-0811 for the
    best function you've ever had!
    - \
    JICHEK
    AM1UMJ
    dilta/a
    A Slrkln Family Bntarprlao
    0CEANFR0NT, COLLINS AVENUE ANO LINCOLN H0AD MA..


    Page 10-B
    tm.
    Page 12-B
    +Jen 1st fk>rldl?*r)
    Friday, February 28. 19r'
    Dr. Gordis Will
    Speck Sunday
    Dr. Robert Gordis. professor of}
    Bible at the Jewish Theological
    5( minary, will bring to a close the
    current Temple Emanu-El's Break-
    l;.-t Forum Series en Sunday.
    Directed by Dr. Irving Lehr-
    in, the scries features as its
    theme -What Can We Moderns
    Believe?"
    Dr. Gordis will discuss "What
    Can We Modems Believe About |
    Revelation?" at the closing ses-
    sion Sunday.
    F( r ten years, Dr. Gordis serv-
    , as adjunct professor of Beli
    .' Columbia Unhersity. He h -
    iho been \i^iti:\u professor <>i <>!.'.
    ['estament at Union Theological
    Seminary, He is past president oi
    the Synagogue Council of Ameri-
    ca, the overall body representing
    l!l uirms of American Judaism.
    and of the Rabbinical Assembly
    il America, the national associa-
    tion of the Conservative rabbi-
    ii.,te.
    In addition to scores of papers.
    In is the author of nine books in
    the field of Biblical research, in-
    cluding "The Song of Songs,"
    Judaism for the Modern Age"
    and "A Faith for Moderns." His
    h.t.est book is "The Root and the
    Branch."
    Dr. Sherman Kaplan is chair-
    man of the Breakfast Forum
    ^'ries.
    BENJAMttl GfSINER
    ABRAHAM WANK
    NOW OPEN .
    at 11:30 a.m. DAILY
    V for LUNCH .

    CREAMED CHICKEN
    A I. King )1C
    i'n Potato* I J '
    STUFFED CAEB'C-1
    Stylo V|.S*ti
    BEEF GOULASH
    Broad Noodles u *
    Fresh Vtietable I.bO
    Mevc Aviv
    Retirement Exec
    Due Here Monday
    Retirement in Israel designed
    for Americans will be described by
    Abraham Frank at two public
    meetings here on Monday and
    Tuesday evenings.
    Frank, who is flying to Miami
    from Tel Aviv to speak Monday
    evening at Beth David Synagogue,
    will be here on behalf of the Neve
    Aviv Retirement Club of Kfar
    Shmaryahu.
    He will speak again on Tuesday
    evening at the Alg;ers Hotel. Both
    lalks will be illustrated by color-
    ful slides of Israel, and particul-
    arly of the facilities and activities
    at Neve Aviv.
    There already are 60 resident
    members of this unique retire-
    ment club, half of them from
    the United Srites, and the rest
    from England, Australia, Ger-
    many, Canada and other west-
    ern countries. Less than 30
    rooms ar still available in the
    first building, and plans are un-
    der way for construction of a
    second wing.
    Representing an entirely new
    concept in retirement facilities,
    Neve Avi\ is a combination of
    luxury residence hotel and private
    club. The (acilities include indi-
    vidual and double studio rooms
    with private bath, kosher cuisine,
    a full social program and com-
    plete medical insurance.
    Frank, who is public relations
    director of Rassco. the Rural and
    Suburban Settlement Corporation
    of Israel, sponsor of the project,
    has been associated with the Jew-
    ish Agency for many years.
    Further information is available
    at the ZOA office. 1370 Washing-
    ton Avc. Frank will also be heard
    on the Larry King Show on Mon-
    day night at 11:15 p.m.
    Benjamin A. Gebiner, executive
    secretary of the Workmen's Circle,
    will complete his trip through the
    Southern District with a weeks
    stay in Greater Miami startfiig
    Sunday.
    Max Gleiberman. district secre
    tary and chairman of Miami's
    Branch 699, said that Gebiner is
    also editor of the Workmen's Circle
    periodical, "The Friend."'
    Vice chairman of the Jewish l-.<
    bor Committee, he is a member ot
    the Army and Navy Committee ot
    the National .ic\>i>h Welfare Board,
    member of the Executive Commit-
    tee of American out. Director ol
    the Yiddish Scientific Institute and
    ;i member oi the Ex< cutive Com-
    mittee of the World Jewish Con
    Bress.
    On Sunday, Gebiner will be
    guest at the annual Purim ban-
    quet of Branch 692 at 25 Wash-
    ington Ave.
    Monday, a meeting of the Great-
    er Miami Coordinating Committee
    Miami Commission
    Cites Paul Marks
    Miami City Commission has
    named Paul H. Marks an "Out-
    standing Citizen of This Area."
    The commission moved in a
    resolution last week to cite Marks
    for his dedicated service to this
    community and this area."
    Marks, president of Flagler Fed-
    eral Savings and Loan Association.
    was cited by the commission for
    giving "unselfishly and without
    compensation of his time, etforts
    and talents" for over a quarter oi
    a century in various major proj
    rets.
    The resolution listed these as
    including: "in the building ol
    Downtown Miami through the Mag-
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    as president of the Downtown Mi-
    ami Business Council for three
    years; in Ins cooperation with the
    Genera] Service Administration
    and the City of Miami in the loca-
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    Federal office building; and set-
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    construction of the Flagler fed
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    ample parking facilities, setback
    and landscaping."
    The citation also noted Marks'
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    Page 13B
    J3<*r Ezriel Waldman
    Waldman Hold Synagogue will
    | the setting for ihc Bar MHz-
    lah of Ezriel Waldman on Satur-
    fcy, Feb. 29.
    Now In his seventh year ;il the
    li-hrew Academy of Greater Mi
    I the celebrant's hobbies are
    (tronomy. stamp-collecting and
    ports.
    Parent! of the Bar Mitzvah are
    li and Mrs. Samuel Waldman,
    HOI Sheridan Ave. His grand-
    It her was the late Kabbi Joseph
    faldman, philanthropist, founder
    Beth Israel Synagogue. He also
    ^tablished the Waldman Hotels
    Miami Beach over 20 years afio.
    I Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
    Ezriel's grandmother. Mrs.
    |etta Waldman, Miami Beach,
    nd maternal grandparents. Mr.
    Dd Mrs. Herman Wohlbcrg, of
    Jew York City.
    # *
    Chaim Sukenik
    Unaim Nussen, son of Rabbi and
    Julius Sukenik, 2820 Sheri-
    in Ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah
    |aturday morning. Eeb. 29. at the
    brew Academy. Rabbi Alex
    Inder S. Ciross will officiate.
    \n eighth grade honor student
    | Hebrew Academy. Chain
    a member of the. Science Club,
    Club and Hebrew Act
    h r
    bi and Mrs. Sukenik i re
    I ers oi the Hebri At i
    Out-of-town guests include Brand-
    parents, Rabbi and Mrs, Joseph
    Segal. .1 rrusaVrh] Israel anYJ Mi-.
    1 and Mrs. David Sukenik. Brook-
    lyn. N.Y.
    A Kiddush in honor of the Bar
    Mitzvah will take place following
    the services at the Academy.
    Mich.-sl Haas
    Michael Edward, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Leonard Haas. 6970 SW 125th
    St., will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah
    at Temple Beth Am services of-
    ficiated by Rabbi Herbert M.
    Baumgard on Saturday, Feb. 29.
    The ceremony coincides with the
    dedication of the new Temple
    sanctuary.
    A seventh grader at Palmetto
    Junior High, the celebrant is a
    percussionist with the school band.
    He will be feted at a Rony Plaza
    reception hosted by his parents
    following the ceremony. His fath-
    er is CB division sales manager
    for Pence Simpson.
    Gordon Gelrod
    Saturday morning services. Feb.
    29. at Temple S rial oi North Dado.
    conducted by Rabbi Daniel M.
    will include th Bar Mitz-
    vah of Gordon Joseph Gelrod.
    celebrant is : i w f My-
    ron C Gelro i and Mrs. Dorothy
    Berns.
    nth grade student at Kan
    tilus Junior High, where he Is a
    Robert Creenberg Chaim Sukenik Wayne Cypen Jeffrey Greenberg Julian Cenef Beverly Cypen
    lartin Galbut
    :ited as Nation's
    'op Debaior
    A -ilver plated gavel has been
    Ipri ruled to the nation's top de-
    Jbator, Martin Galbut, a Miami
    High senior. The honor was won
    I by Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
    Paul A. Galbut, at the National
    I CJerry Blossom Debate Tourna-
    fnfcit held recently at Georgetown
    ! University, Washington, D. C.
    This is the culmination of many
    I iir-is'" acquired by the teen-ager
    Iduring his school career, among
    |them, first in 1962 Miami Beach
    Invitational Debate Tournament,
    Senior Standard Division; "Supe-
    rior Senator" and Senate's Best
    speaker in third session, State Na-
    ional Forensic League, Student
    Congress, Tallahassee.
    He hat also been cited as
    ["President of the Senate," State
    1 National Forensic League Stu-
    |dent Congress; and in 1963, "So-
    3erior Senator" National Foren-
    sic League Silver Medal, in the
    same program.
    I Other citations include "Best
    IP aker Trophy Award" in Area
    [ational Forensic League Student
    Migress, and North Miami City
    I, National Forensic League
    >nze Medal, the highest possible
    |rd, for "Outstanding Senate
    aker.''
    MARTIN GALBUT
    Young Galbut's school activities
    include serving as home room
    president, National Forensic
    League vice president, and co-edi-
    tor of the Calendar. He is chair-
    man of the Student Council Citi-
    zen-hip Crusade, the sophomore
    orientation, is a member of the
    student Council Cabinet, and pro-
    jects secretary of Student Council.
    He is hoping for a career in in-
    ternational law, and Galbut plans
    to attend Northwestern University
    starling in September.
    Michael Haas Uriel Waldman
    member of the Science Club. Gor-
    don has attended the Temple's
    Religious School for four years.
    A Kiddush will follow the cere-
    mony.
    Wayne Cypen
    Dr. Irving Lehrman, .spiritual
    leader ol Temple Emanu El, will
    officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol
    Wayne, son oi Judge and Mrs. Irv-
    ing I s r n, on Saturday morning,
    Feb. 29, at the Temple.
    V aj ne is an honor student in
    the eighth grade al Ida M. Fisher
    High, .. member ol the Stu-
    dent Council, and plays
    phone in the Land. His hobbies
    include stamp-collecting, swim-
    ming ami reading.
    The celebrant will be honored
    at a Kiddush in the patio of I he
    Temple and at a reception Sun-
    day at the Deauville Hotel.
    Beverly Cypen
    Bas Mitzvah of Beverly, daugh-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cy-
    pen, will be celebrated Saturday
    morning, Feb. 29, at Temple
    Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman
    will officiate.
    Beverly is an honor student at
    Nautilus Junior High, where she i
    serves as president of her class,
    and plays first violin in the school
    orchestra. Other interests include
    sports, art and playing the organ. !
    The celebrant will be honored
    at a Kiddush following the service
    and at a reception Sunday at the
    Deauville Hotel.
    * *
    Julian Genet
    Julian Steven, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Irving Genet, will become Bar
    Mitzvah at Saturday morning ser-
    vices, Feb. 29. at Beth David Con-
    gregation. Rabbi Norman N. Sha !
    piro will officiate.
    Julian, a seventh grader at
    Ponce de Leon Junior High, is a
    talented young artist and is also
    interested in music. He is a mem-
    ber of the Junior Choir, under the
    direction of Cantor William W.
    Lipson, and a sport enthusiast.
    Mr. and Mrs. Genet will honor
    the celebrant with a recention in
    the evening in Spector Hall.
    Robert Greenberg
    Robert Steven Greenberg will
    become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
    Feb. 29. at Young Israel of Great-
    er Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin
    Stauber officiating.
    A student at the Hebrew Acad-
    emy, which he has attended for
    the past nine years, the celebrant
    serves as president of Young Is-
    rael's Boys Club. A talented vio-
    linist, his hobbies include baseball
    and model-making.
    Son or Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II.
    Greenberg. S20 NE 175th St.. char-
    ter members of Young Israel, the
    Bar Mitzvah i- the grandson of the
    late Rabbi Mayer .;..i/
    Robi hoi ored at a Kid-
    dush : and
    at a dinner at l!i R i; al H i
    an on So i
    Steven Janko
    i in Sa ii nin Feb 29.
    - m "i VI i" and Mrs Mor-
    timer Janko, will be liar Mitz-
    vah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi
    Allied Waxinan. officiating,
    Steven, a seventh grade student
    at South Miami Junior High, where
    he plays clarinet in the school
    band, plans to continue his studies
    in the Temple Zion Confirmation
    Class,
    Arriving from New York for the
    Bar Mitzvah will be his grandpar-
    ents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Jan-
    ko and Mrs. Alollic Sacks.
    The Kiddush will be tendered by
    his parents.
    * 4
    Jeffrey Greenberg
    Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Marc,
    son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green-
    berg. 8231 SW 32nd Ter.. will take
    place on Saturday. Feb. 29. at
    Temple Or Olom. Rabbi Samuel
    April and Cantor Gershon Levine
    will officiate.
    Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu
    dent at Rockway Junior High a i
    plays drum in the school band. I!'
    is a Star Scout. Boy Scout Trot p
    No. 237.
    Out-of-town guests include I is
    grandmother. Mrs. Elizabeth Phil-
    lips.
    There will be a Kiddush follou -
    ing services, and a reception in
    Jeffrey's honor will be held at
    the Temple in the evening.
    *
    Wendy Nedbor
    Wendy Lee. daughter of Mr. and
    Mrs. Robert Nedbor. will become
    lias Mitzvah at Beth David Con-
    gregation on Friday evening. Feb
    28. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro
    will officiate.
    A seventh grade student it
    Shenandoah Junior High, Wendy
    i:- an outstanding athlete and par-
    ticipates in all spoil.- for girls
    sch dI.
    \ l Seoul since her Brow nt<
    da; hi n< in the -
    : im,
    Lyle Platt
    laj morning, Feb. i
    ! of Mr. and Mrs A
    ham Platt, will be Bar Mitzvi h
    at Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi I'..
    gene Labovitz will officiate.
    Lyle is a student of Temple Ner
    Tamid Religion- School, and Nau-
    tilus Junior Huh.
    A reception will follow the ser-
    vices.
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    Friday. Februcry 28 19B4
    By EDYTHE SCHINDLER
    1
    Conductor Eyes Future of Music for Miami Beach
    m ....*... a ihirlpon \c\ stlirlv
    *' I
    Music hath charms to soothe the'sav-
    ugc heart, hut it's not doing SucriVgood
    job on the natives along the banks of
    the great blue Bay. They're restless.
    They won't even get together and pow-
    wow. And the feathers of one Great
    Chief have decidedly been ruffled. He's
    on the war path.
    Barnett Breeskin. conductor of the Miami Beach Civic
    orchestra, rejects the "carriage trade" orientation ol
    the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra company.
    The appeal (if the Miami people." Breeskin said.
    "has been narrow, limiting the scope of their presenta-
    tions by the high cost of seats in the Auditorium to a
    chichi clique. I envision a symphony orchestra for the
    whole area. Then the costs of production could be spread
    out.
    "If a conductor and guest artist played one niqht
    on the Beach, the next in North Miami, then in Holly-
    wood and then in Miami, we could present the best for
    less. But 'they' won't even sit down with me and
    talk."
    The University of Miami has announced that this
    coming winter >ca sorship of the symphony orchestra. What and who will
    rill the vacuum left by the university is causing harsh
    notes to reverberate across the Bay.
    Aided by a small yet vociferous group of supporter-.
    Baraetl Breeskin has recently been appointed conductor
    of Hie summer Pops concert series at the Auditorium.
    Running the Show
    said Breeskin.
    voted S8.500 in
    Pops concerts
    Miami Beach is paying for the Pops
    "They should run it themselves."
    The Miami Beach City Council has
    leficit financing for the forthcoming
    Breeskin plans ;o stay within this budget while bringing
    _nest conductors and artists to the series.
    "In past years," Breeskin said, "the Pops showed
    a larger deficit than the city would allow, and the uni-
    versity had to make up the difference."
    BARNtTT BRCCSKIN
    ethnic overtones of derision?
    Breeskin is also considering a midweek concert lo
    lie presented at the Bade County Auditorium.
    Wide Range of Taste
    Eclecticism has underscored the scope of the pro
    grams of the Miami Beach Civic Orchestra. They have
    played a variety of music from the lighl and melodious
    lo the sophisticated and suave.
    I don't pander to the taste ot the minority." said
    Breeskin. "1 give a representative view of all types
    of music, and I've found the music level high in Miami."
    Yes, like most little boy-. Barnett Breeskin had to
    be torced to practice, but unlike most little boys he
    soon replaced the outer force i Mamma) with inner com-
    pulsion. When he was sin years old. he made his tirst
    public appearance. He studied with John Corigliano.
    the concert master of the New York Philharmonic, and
    , select group of thirteen to studj I the
    mastov-claaa in conducting wider Vladimir-Gra.man.
    But ours is a "gimick society." It is Ml'"*
    to excel, to know your craft. It is personality thai
    captures the minds and imagination of people.
    I could be the greatest of conductors." said Bteeskin,
    and I would still need to manufacture an image to
    achieve recognition. Sometimes." he reflected. alent
    manages to survive this."
    According to Mrs. Breeskin. who assists the Miami
    Bench Civic Orchestra by managing subscriptions. Miami
    has grown up musically. A former pianist herself. Mrs.
    Breeskin sometimes acts as rehearsal pianist. Sw has
    kept her finger on the music pulse of Miami, shifting
    from her former philanthropic club interests such as
    presidency of the mi. Sinai Hospital Women's Auxiliary
    How else does she fit in as a musician's wife? Her father
    played oboe, and she studied piano with Leo Bert tchev
    sky.
    Augmenting Income
    "It take- musical maturity to be "at one with music,"
    said Mrs. Breeskin. "New work- are accepted more
    ,,.., ||y by younger people, while the musically medu-
    cated prefer those -elections with blatant metod) "
    Money and music don't necessarily go togetrn p
    There just aren't enough positions to go around. Dur-
    ing Miami's winter season, many local professionals
    augment their income by playing at the hotels.
    "Who criticizes Patrice Munsel when she do. musi>
    cal comedy?" asked Breeskin.
    The Miami climate enticed Barnett Breeskin to Our
    -bores some ten years ago. The sun kept its pi imise,
    but there have been other aspects of the local see' that
    have been rather stormy.
    Sometimes control comes hard, especially w-en a
    member of a proud tribe suspects that the exc vsion
    and derision confronting him carries ethnic overtones.
    Perhaps it won't be too many moon- before the
    tribes along the banks of the great blue Bay get together
    lor a pow-wow. Perhaps they will ponder on Where to
    bury the hatchetnot in whom.
    Mayor Melvin Richard signs proclamation designating Mar.
    4 as ORT Day. With Mayor Richard (left to right) are Mrs.
    Joseph Oritt, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter membership
    vice president; Mrs. Irving Romm, Bay Chapter, membership
    vice president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Miami Beach Afternoon
    Chapter president; Mrs. William Fishman, Region member-
    ship vice president; Mrs. Henrietta Bolo'in, Greater Miami
    Chapter president; Mrs. Irving Weiner, Biscayne Chapter
    membership vice president. (See story, Page 1-B.)
    B'nai Zion Will
    Meet Wednesday
    Florida meeting of Bnai Zion will
    be held next Wednesday, 8 p.m..
    at Washington Federal Savings and
    Loan Association, il>:;i Washington
    Ave.
    Hymen F. Fliegel, former na-
    tional president of Bnai Zion and
    noted New York attorney, will be
    joined by Sam Reiser, member of
    the National Executive Board, as
    principal guest speaker.-.
    More than 2.200 members have
    joined Bnai Zion during the past
    few months, according to Herman
    Z. Quittman, national secretary.
    Bnai Zion's cultural activities on
    the American scene include the
    development of Jewish and He-
    brew culture through public dis-
    cussion, lectures, concerts, scholar-
    ship and awards to students at
    universities for proficiency in He-
    brew.
    Champagne-Tasting Party
    A wine and champagne tasting
    party on Saturday night, MOT. 7.
    at the Deauville Hotel will be
    sponsored by Bobyn Tubin Chap-
    ter, City of Hope. Event will in-
    clude entertainment, d a n c i n g ,
    games an.l refreshments.
    Meridian Lodge
    Installs Officers
    Charles L. Rosenberg, of 5800
    SW 19th St.. has been installed
    as worshipful master ot the
    Meridian Dalight .Masonic Lodge
    Other new officers are Maxwell
    T. Brown, senior warden: Ray-
    mond C. Buckner, junior warden:
    Marion W. Clay, treasurer: Joe A.
    Campbell, secretary: C. Al Lozito,
    senior deacon; Robert A. Parkin-
    son, Junior deacon: Raymond
    Baumeier chaplain; and Jesse A.
    Masterson, tyler.
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    CLASS STATEROOMS
    SHIP IS TOUR
    FIOATINC HOIELI
    Forte Towers Apartments, 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach, offer
    a panoramic view of Biscayne Bay and are ideally located
    within minutes of shopping, entertainment and Lincoln Road
    Mall. Forte Towers combine three buildings, and when con-
    structed will contain 1,100 designed apartments, as well as
    restaurant dining, pool, and general country club living. Own-
    er is Michael Forte. Melvin Grossman, AIA, is achitect, Her-
    man Iiowite is rental director at 943 Lincoln Road Mall. Effi-
    ciencies start from $105; one bedroom, from $135; one bed-
    room deluxe, from $175; and two bedroom, from S200.
    10W CRUISE FARES INCLUDE:
    All mealsincluding festive
    Captain's Dinner! Full en'er- i- i
    '. tamment programCruise i
    D'rector, floor shows, movies, 4
    _ games and prizes, calypso band! j
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    nental breakfast! / >.
    Midnight snacks! /
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    For reservation*, sec your Travol Agnt, or
    I STEAMSHIP CO. WOBUSSSKf1
    Member ot Mw distinguished Flatter System
    _^TOy*ri e.penence In passenger steamship service"
    For the man
    on tKe go!
    South Central's foot, egu i\
    scheduled service to c I pom", m
    Florido is designed *c- get vxi
    where ycu hove to eo v-^efi
    you hove to go, c.: .. s;";y,
    ond comfortobly.
    Our modern concern -'ra-:*it?
    oir travel utilizes th< e'est equip-
    ment, experienced "m n mil.'"
    pilots ond personol'jcd service to
    insure you the etficier-- eptrttfo1 '
    kind of tronsportol .cur busy
    schedule demands, wntthtr you
    ore travelling fcr r.smcs; or
    pleasure, next time y South
    Control,
    Call your trovel agent fef :che: :,
    ond rciervoliorvs.
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    Hday. February 28, 1964
    * Jew 1st noridian
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    forkshop of the Council of PTA's gathers at Temple Beth
    kcJom for a program of panel and buzz sessions on "Stepping
    sr.es of Good Jewish Schools." Standing (left to right) are
    rs. Robert Frank, of Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Sanford Seltzer,
    rec;or of Southern Region, Union of American Hebrew Con-
    rations; Mrs. Norman L. Harrow, president of PTA Council;
    id Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
    Ition. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Bernard Stevens, local
    bmmunity leader, and Jeanne'.te B. Schwartz, director of Early
    lildhood Development at the YM and YWHA of Greater
    NOTICE UNDER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY aiVKN thai ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    Jjle UBdeslgnegWdealrlng to engltg. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    III business iinil,., Hi,- fictitious IMIII. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    if V.\ I >| ft ASSOCIATES ;,i 39 N.w No 64C 2138
    sitft Hi.....I, Miami, Intend to reals- Rl'DOI.PH M. MARVIN
    i,r -aid Him,, wi.i, Hi, Clerk -t the I'lulnllff,
    I'm, nil t'ourl Daile Cmiiity, Klor- vs.
    Ida. PANSY MAY '! VRVIN.
    KMM.E YAM Defendum.
    I I: I-: 11 II. WILLIAMS SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    RICHARD BRICKMAN Tl'. PANSY tJAY MARVIN
    MYERS, H KIM AN ,\- KAPLAN Weal Bay. lirand fa*vman Island
    Am,,i m >.- fur Applti nnl West Imlii .-
    ll"S\\ |xt Street You PANSY WAY tIARVIN, in.
    2/2S. 3*-i:!-2 hereb} iii.ijii.il Hi.11 -., i .ill ,,r Com-
    plalnl for Divorce In..- been flleil
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION against ynu, mil you in.- required i-
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Wl ve ;i cop} of .....r Ansu. r ,,i II, .,.1
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ina in the Hill nl Complalni on in
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE plaintiff's Attorney, MILTON \.
    COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, FRIEDMAN. 1111 Ainsley Building,
    No. 64C 2068 Miami, Klorlilji and file Hie original
    .h iSEPHINE KI.LAIM i, Answer or Pleading in the .>fri<.....I
    Plaintiff, the Clerk ,,| iii,- Circuit Court on or
    i-. before (he 27th da) ..r March, 1964.
    |ii:s.\ii>m BLLARD. if you fall to do no, Judgment h> de-
    Defendant. fault "Hi >>e taken against you for
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE l"' relief demanded in Iho Hi,I ,,,
    AND OR ANNULMENT COWpnllnt.
    tii. Desmond Ellard Thin notice Bh.ill be published .....-
    .- .. Norman Kllaid I each Week fur four cnnsecntlvi weeks
    4 nrj Ol.....-chard I,n Tlli: JKWIs'H FLORIDIAN.
    Montreal, Canada ix'Xi-: AND oKDKRbu .,i Miami,
    Y,,n. DESMOND KI.I.AliD are here- iToiidii. this 25th day of February,
    bs notified that n Bill "f complaint A1'- }'"'' ,,
    'for Divorce and/or Annulment him U. WSATIIKUMAX. CTork,
    been filed against you, and you are circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    reiiuired to nerve n copy of your An- <) '>'' Marguerlt. Morford
    swer or Pleading to the Bill of Com- L'mi'-V.v'i'l'v'
    plain' on the Plaintiff* attorney, SOL !!' ,A flDl-l'MAN
    ai.i-'Xa.ndku. One Lincoln Road !'' *ln5' Bunding
    Hldg., Miami Bench. Fla, and file th. )"';""' '-'Ui":l:' ...
    original \nsw.-r ..r Pleading in the lemorial For Chas. Rosenberg
    /"r. ffisenberg
    morial service will be held
    Charles Rosenberg on Sunday.
    ^.rr.., in Temple Adath Yeshurun
    N ii Miami
    in-.1'. |M)nsored^
    thi i'ongre(*a-3i
    |on. Sisterhood!
    Men's Club A
    Mr. Rosenberg^;
    way '.in
    Mi was a
    Jlincie: and past
    lesii :ii of tht
    pmp.t. Ile wai
    att rnr\ a n d
    active mem-
    |i tin' Hoard in Directors ol
    T< mple.
    |llr Rosenberg is survived by hi-
    [ometco, Food
    lir Form
    lovie Club Here
    Fair Stores and the The-
    Division of Wometco Enter-
    have joined in a merchan-
    r.. tieup designed to benefit the
    Florida movie-goer.
    formation ol the Wometco
    Fair Movie Club was ail-
    by Harvey Kleischman,
    ftCO vice president, and Hal
    Food Fair director of mer-
    Nng and promotion.
    cooperative venture will call
    |i.count books of theatre ad-
    coupons (o be sold at
    Food Fair cheek-cashing desk
    irea. Shoppers will receive
    Irth of coupons for S2.50
    wife Blanche; son. Dr. Donald Ro-
    senberg: a daughter, Sandra Tau-
    bin; a sister, Irene Shapiro, of
    New Rochelle. N. Y.; and three
    grandchildren.
    office ..f the ('ink ..f the Circuit Court
    ,.n >r before the 30th day of Mai-ch,
    1964. if >.,ii fail to do bo, judgment
    by default will !> taken Biralnt you
    for tlm relief demanded in tin- Bill of
    i *omplaint.
    This notice Khali l- publlnhed once
    each week for four consecutive week*
    in THE .n:\VISM rT.ORIDAN.
    IxiNI-; AN1' ORDEREP nl Miami,
    Florida, ihis L'lih Any "f February.
    A.D 19(11.
    E. B lkatiii:i:ma\". Clerk,
    Circuit Court, Pade County, I! Iihi
    (.-.all 1!> : L. SXBKDEX
    I i.-p'ii v clerk
    SI 'I. ALEXANDER
    Attorne) for Plaintiff
    :' L'S. :: ,;-ri-:'n
    JACOBSON
    MRS I'.I-'.I.LI-:. formerb ..f ll^
    M In m v>- died Peb IV nl
    l., i, ..,,. in Yorktown ll.i^ht-.
    N V .-In- "i- i". oriuinally from
    Cllii'liao, Mr- .l-i, ..I.s..n hnd lived
    In Miami Ren ii for !' yearn. MM
    is nurvived l.'- her hrtodmnd David:
    two Hon* rii,.rl.-> U Jacohaon,
    Coral i'.:i'.'--: I'w.n .li'i-.ian ..f
    Voikt" 11, i:iii-. and i" itrand-
    i-hildri ii Sin i.-.-s Were held nl
    i;.,nl.,n Eunei-al Home on Keli, -i.
    NOTICE TO DEFEND
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 2161
    P.AYMi i\ I'.KI.IM.E.
    Plaintiff,
    vs.
    ANCKI.INA I'.KI.ISI.K.
    defendant.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61953-B
    In RE: INiai. of
    ERXKHT IIVI'i: ULAKE,
    I......-a-.- I.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T.i All Credltoi- and All Perxonn
    llavlna CIiiIiiih or Deiuiinils Aitalnel
    Said Kstitlc:
    Ymi are hereby notified and re-
    quired to |ir,.s.-iu nn> claim* and de-
    lllamis which you may have BBalnxl
    the eatute ..f Kit.MOST MVDi:
    BLAKE, ,1. i ..-.ii. lat..... Dade Coun-
    0 v i;-i:-_'i '*" i'lniiila. In the Coutit> JtldgeH .,l
    Pad.- County, and file the sann- in
    duplicate ami as provided In Section
    iSs.ltl, Plorldn Siatni.-s. in their of-
    ii,.-.- in the ''ounty CourthoUK.. In
    [hide County, Florida, within l> ,.,i
    miai montha from the tin.....i the
    first publication hereof, ..r the name
    will Iih liarred.
    Dated at Minmi. Florida, this Uth
    .lax of February, A.D. imii.
    viola oi.si:.\ BLAKE
    As Kxernlrtx
    First publication .-f ibis notice on
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 62155 C
    IN RB: EKtllte .if
    i.i'i'is Ai'i.i:i:
    "'no't'iCE TO CREDITORS
    To All Credltoi s and Ml i'ei moiih I la\ -
    Inu .'laiin.- or IVinandM Axalnal .-'!'
    Batate: ,
    You are hereby notified and n
    ,..l |o preaenl any clalmti and di
    which i..n may have againat the ee-
    . ite of l.,,iii- A.ll.-r deceased I
    Dade County. Florida, i" the County
    jmliri ,.i I lade Count}. and fill lh
    s:..... in nupllcate and as pn>\ Ided In
    Si ,i -.ii :':: 18 I- liirida Ktatutea, in
    their offices In the C iunt} CourthoUSH
    In Hade County, Florida, within sii
    calendar months from the ii.......i the
    first publication hereof, or the s.m
    u ill he barn ,1
    Ihited at Miami. Florida. Ih
    da} "i Februnr}-. A.D, I'MU
    noetic M'i mi
    ARTHI'R AIH.i:i:
    a- i:\., ni..i>
    l Irsl publication ,n this nol <> on
    the 21 si ilav ,,l' l-'.-ln-nal > 1 '" I
    i.ki i.n aim o. Li m:i:t
    of Myers, ll.inian A Kaplan
    Attorne} for Exei utors
    i r.ii s.w First si i. i
    Miami M, l-'lm id.i
    1' 21 -'.'. :: [1-13
    IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE
    11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
    FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    IN CHANCERY
    No. 64C 1903
    III iSLYN O. tlRALITZKH,
    Plaintiff,
    SII'NI-Y tlRAI.lTZEU,
    I lefendnnl
    NOTICE TO APPEAR
    I'i i SI I iNKV i IRALITZRR
    29S(......an Parkway
    Brooklyn, Sew Vork
    Tt>r ARE HERKRY XOTIFIED '
    ii i 'iimplnlm fur I 'ivoree has i it
    filed airnlnst you, and vn are r. -
    .|ni:-,-.i to si r\ u cop> ,,f youi -.'
    kv nr iileadlim In the t.'omplnint on
    Hi. plaintiff's attorneys, Myers. Hel-
    inun S Kaplan, 1150 K.W. First sir..-.
    Miami S6. Florlila, and file ti......-
    in..i answer or pleading in the office
    ,,i Mi. Clerk ni Hie above, styled Court
    ..I, nr before the lard da} of March,
    lai 4. In il.-laiili ..f which Mi- Con
    plaint foi I 'I'..... i;l he laki n Hi
    , ,.ni. -s.n iutaini-l you.
    DATED this IHth da} "i F. Ii
    : '.;i. ni Miami. I >ade ''..imii. Florida.
    E. R I.EATHERMAX
    i 'lei k "i the Circuit Court
    l m.i,. i 'ounty, Florida
    is,-;,li By: C P. C( 'I'lM.ANl'
    l... ,,ui i "lerk
    2 -l---. :i I
    Ultima'"
    es my
    mer
    SORKiN, Samuel. ac# of 1021 Eii-
    , i.i av.-.. died l eh SO, Services
    were In Id in i.'ii.-.-ns. N V He its
    i.i-i survivor .a" Rnrkin I Iron. Kosh-
    er i.n.. Poultry Markets, Brooklyn,
    N > I.... :il survivors Include Ins
    wife, Ri ilaughter, Mrs. Natalie
    Rnsr and two arnmlehlldren, Luke
    nnd lit i. i.ii Inn In the north are
    i -.ni-. aim In da ushtei and
    nt in r grnndehlldren.
    FISCHER. Benjamin. S4, of
    Uth si ,li. .1 Feh 22. Sen ii In
    l-:i./ai ill. S.I. Riverside.
    GREENFIELD. Jack, '-'. of '-"'' C1-
    lio- Av, Rlveraldi
    FINKELSTEIN. Iliiniin. 7'.. of 1839
    Collins We, Rivet aide.
    LEAVY, Mis li.ilin.l., Ill", I'.nll-
    nlvanla Vve. Newman.
    SKOLNICK. Sun. 71, of 131......'an
    I ir N.m nan.
    CURTIS. S i" -I I n, 5115 Col-
    llu- A\ .u-I Feb. 22. Services
    in r.r..n\. N V Riversidi
    RUBINSTEIN. Max. S, .a IS29 SW
    -.' 1 sI St., dleil F'eh '.".'. i;,.|-,l,.n
    BALKIND. Mr- Nettle. 71, of 4 Ml
    NI-: I5nih Si Riverside.
    COHEN. I.s.|.li. S4, of 2189 SW 3rd
    si ilnrdon.
    HOSACH. Mrs, V. na. 10, ..f ltl \\V
    v,li Ax, Services In Hront Rlv-
    . I si I.
    MANDEL. Ilii-li. '.'.. ".I I6SK0 XK
    -ih A\, Kn rslde
    STE.NBERG. Myer, 75, of "!' In-
    dian i "i eek I 'i --' iii.- in New-
    ark, N i Riverside.
    STRAUSS. Benjamin, 71, of ''.:',"" Col-
    lins M. Rl\< sldi
    LINAS. Il.rm.lll, 7. of 125-1 Weal
    \x,. db ,1 I", I' -" S. n Ice* ii
    Rlchni !. V i I! ei -i.i.
    CLASSMAN. Mrs MnlHe, M. of 221
    rial ll.. hour, died F"i b -'" River-
    .,,1.
    Yol', ANOEIJNA P. I-: LI SI. I-:. ISA
    SAYI.KS STREET, WOONSOCKET, the -!-t da} "f I lii-iiai-> i:'t
    RHODE ISLAND, are notified to file U I.I Nil: A r i:, WB1NTRACB ,v-
    your Answer t.i this I'nmplaint for CRIRTC1L
    Divorce "iih the Court's Clerk, and By: A. JAY CRISTOL
    mail i cop} in plaintiffs attorneys, Attorne} for Executrix
    ciiiMs in-: and l.KVKNSTKi.N. mi Dade Federal Rtilldins
    Coral Win, Miami I",. Florida, on ,.r -1 S.I l-n Av.-.
    before the :llst da} of March, rn.i, Miami, Florida
    tin i "..null lini will be taJten is 2 21 --''. -!" ^xKI'IIFN K KWSS1.ER
    ''\\*rvn'lf$Siimrii I'.im IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Attorne} for Vppllianl
    I- i I F \T V f-i:"m \ i'lerk IN AND F0R DADE COUNTY, -- K.W, is, Ht.
    Circuit COWL I'',.. .'a.nii. FlSrldu FLORIDNA S',,?fi.Pf,0BATE
    (seal! t>... u- i ii-Miv Mo. 61768-C
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HBREHY HIVES that
    the nn.l.-i simi--,1. deslrina to ensaue
    m bUHlness under the fictitious nnme
    of BBACHCf>UBER BAR at :" 5th
    Street, Miami Beach, Intends to ren-
    Ister sai.i nnme with the Clerk ..i the
    ''cuii Court of Dade County, Flor-
    ida
    l.nl.A FAY PICKREL
    By: K, M. I.Y.MAN
    l'.-i.nti clerk
    ) (I, :; 8-13-21
    LEGAL NOTICE
    Isntffed. beautiful and
    Bverentlv cared for
    irroundi.iga for our
    ipartad loved ones a re
    wurce of very reel
    taaJL
    SEXCLUSIVE IEwi&H cs l ii1-.
    DCOMM .
    M0 1-7693
    IN "*"HF COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA N PROBATE
    No. 622W-C Clark
    IX RE Estate of
    I." HIS E. PERKINS,
    I ,. eased,
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All 1'ernon* Hav-
    ing Claims ..i Demands Ag*lnst Said
    Entnte:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    iiuired i" present an} ctaltna nnd de-
    mands which v.....ni> have Bpalnal
    the eatate of Lolls B. PERK INS .1.--
    ,.a-.ii late of Daile County, Florida,
    tn the Count} .Indites .( Daile County,
    , ami file the si.in. In duplicate and as
    provided In hfectlon 733.16, Florlila
    I Statutes, in their offlres In the Coun-
    ts Courthottae In IVMIe Crtlmty. Flor-
    i,i:. within sis ii..ii'..1- in..nihs from
    ll,i time mi i he Ilrsl mttiliciitlon hi i e-
    iii. nr ihe same will lie hnrl.-,i
    i.,,. a ,: .in .-i.i. I- lorhkt, this -i-i
    Kel.i ID I Wl I
    BESSIe: I'l IDs'INS
    \l V IIVI N S, I'KI.'MNS
    II VRNETT Rl 'MiNSi'N. JH
    As Exei utors
    I'li-.i puli n<......"
    l|,, !S|| Fel Ulll > '
    ii \i:i:i.- ,v in 'KINS, iX
    \tti>i ii.-i i".-i i
    l.'il, I lo -ii I il
    Miami I
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 2152
    MARGARET K. VALIHKA,
    Plaintiff,
    \ s.
    ClEi 'RflE VALI3KA,
    11. I, in la in.
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO; C1EORUE VALIHKA
    i- ,. I-- Peresaenyl
    3 '.,> 74th Street, Apartment ,',,i
    Jackson Heights, New Vork
    You flEORtlE VALIHKA are here-
    by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
    for Divorce lias been filed anainst you
    ami > on are re-julred i>, serve a cop)
    of your Answer or Pleading t the
    Mill" n| Complaint on the plaintiff's
    Attorney, UOI.DMAN. OOLDSTBIS
    PAC/.IEH, 2401 W.-i FfatKler Street,
    Miami. Florida an.I file th.....Iglnal
    Anawer or Pleading in the office ol
    the Clerk ,.i Mi- Circuit Court on oi
    before the 31 si day of March, 1964. li
    you fall to do so. Judgment l>> de-
    fault "ill I"- taken against you for the
    relief demanded In the Bill of Com- business under il
    plalnl
    Thi- notice shall be published once
    -a. h week I'i r four consecutive eeks
    in THE JEWISH l-l.i ilil DI AN
    IXINK ASH ORDERED nl Miami.
    I iirlda, Mns 23th da} "I I-"-I'l-nni i.
    A.D. i'.nM
    E. r. i.i-: vtiikkma.n. Clerk,
    'ii, ml i '..in I. I lade >u ii i i in '-Ii
    11} : K M. LYMAN
    Deput} Clerk
    i Inldma n. i ioldatein A. I'-', lb r
    2401 w,.-i F'lngler Streel
    Miami. Florida
    A i ,-i ii, .. for i
    IN RE: Bstati oi
    MINNIE SILVER
    I leceaaed.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    I'.. All Creditors ami All Pi iiiii
    Having Claims ..r Ivnianils Againsl
    s.iiii Estate:
    You are hereby notified and re-
    quired tn present an} .-Inim- and de-
    mands which i "ii may Iihi.- axulnat
    the estate ,.l MINNIE SII.VKi: de-
    ,,.,s..,i late .if Dade County, Florida,
    i,, the County Judges .a Ihule oun-
    ty, and file the same in dupllcal
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    NO. 62152-A
    Mi RE Estnti "f
    sami'kl sf:rver
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To Ml i 'reditoi and All Person*
    Having Claims or Demanda Against
    s.iid Estate
    You are hei !> nol" led nnd -
    pjlred i" present all} claims and de-
    mands which vou inn have against
    nnd as pmvlded In Section 733.16 the estate ol .-ami i.i. sl-.i.\ i-.i. .1. -
    Florida STntule-, in their offices In ceased bite of Dade l ounty, rlorlda,
    the County Courthouse In Dade Coun- | to the Count} Judges ol I
    ii, Florida, within si.\ calendar | and file iii
    months from Mie time of the first
    publication hereof, or the sann- will
    i> burred,
    Imii-il at Miami. Florida, this -"'Mi
    ilai ,-i .lai.uary. A.l. 1964,
    HENRY A. KAMI'
    As FJxecutor
    BEN.I \MI.N A'iKi'NOW
    Attorney for FJxecutor
    211 i 'alnnn-i R lildlng
    i :. n. -M 21
    in duplii lite
    as provided in s.-.-ii..n 733 16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices In the Coun-
    ts i'..iii-Mimiis, in Dade Count}', F'kir-
    ni.i. ii 11inn -ix i ah ndnr .....nlhs from
    the time ..I the first publli atli n heri -
    ,,i. ,,1 the inline "ill be burred.
    I mi, ,i al Miami, I ,oi Ida. this lig
    Aiiv .a' February, A.D. 1964.
    .- MARTIN SERVER
    s roy w sf:rvf:r
    As L.\.-, iiImi-
    First publication of this notli .
    NOTICE UNDER i ,, ,, ,,r Hebruai}, IPS4
    FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW THFUHMUtE It SELSOS
    SOTICE IS HEREBY MIVL'N that vtlorne} fur Executor*
    the ndersluned, desiring to engage In ku;, Lincoln Road
    fictitious name
    1 FtHiD Sl'iil' at Tlim Reil Road,
    South Miami, and 2H39 Bird Avenue,
    Miami, Intendt register said name
    with the Clerk the Citcull Court
    Dade i "onnt}. Florida,
    F IRS I' II .v i' CORP.,
    .i ml
    IIRHVK H I' O RP
    ALVIS S CAWS
    \ti... ii.-i rm \- plli nut
    I Lincoln Road
    " 1 I, 21, '-
    Miami Beach, Flo ds
    2 21-2S, n 7-11
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 61958 A
    IN RE: Batate of
    isadokf: si'm:im:i.
    I .....l-HTII-ll.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 61869- B
    In RE: Estate id
    SAMIEL s KOVACS
    D,.,..as. ,1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    r,, mi Creditors and All Person*
    Having ilaiins or Demands Againit
    Said Lsiai. :
    Yon are hereby in.tified nnd reejulr-
    T< Ail iredlinrs and All Peraolis Hav- ,-,| t,, present any claims and demands
    inu Claims t i.....minis Agetlnsl s.ii.i which you ma.- have agalngt iii-
    Bstate: estate of KAMI 'EL KoVACB de-
    You are herebv notified and reiiulr- ,-.-as,-.i late <.f Dade Countv, Florida,
    ed to piesem an} claims and demanils to the County Judges of Dade Coun-
    ii hi.-h you may have agalnal the es- ty, nnd file the anme in duplicate
    lai. ,,i ISAI'hIM: sriKCI-:!. deceased and as provided in Recflon 733.16,
    Ian- of Dade County, Florida, to the Florida statutes, in tlnir offices in
    County Judges of I ade County, and th,- count} Courthouse in Dad.- Coun-
    iii. the sun.- in duplicate ami as pro- ty, Florida, within six calendar
    i i.'.-.l in Section 733.16, Florida Slat- months from the Mine of the first pub-
    iiii-s. in their offices in the Count} llcution hereof, or the same will be
    Courthouse in Dude County, l-'l.....la, barred
    uithln sl.\ caleinlai in..nlhs from the Dated :il Miami, Florldn, this 4th
    Mm, nf Mi. lirsi |,ul.li.atii.il Ii.i.i.i. ,,, da} of F'ebruary, A.D, 1964,
    Hi. same will be bill LOl'lS K. KOVACS
    1',,'i-d al Miami, F'lorida, this 25th a- Administrator
    da} of F'ebruary, A.D 1964. Cum I'estanieu'.o Annexe
    i.ii.i.ian sciki ;i:i. First publication of this notice on
    As Administratrix of F'elu uarj. 1964
    I'i-' publication of this nol on LEONARD I! EOERT
    ih. 2sth da} of I". In nan I'.nil
    roiifm: r n tracrih
    i nistratrlx
    1135 dul'oni Blda M
    OF ill f:rs, \\ EIMAS .\ K vplas
    I Vdminlslralor, CTA
    .Miami 36, l-'i'-i nia
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY. IN
    CHANCERY.
    No. 64C 1861 j
    \NIIA JO ii 'I.I-...I i.>.
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    MAN I. COLEMA S
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    SUIT FOR D VORCE
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    IJ71 Lee's 'Impel Road
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    You MAN I. < 'I.KM AN nre hen -
    i.v notified Miii a Bill "' Com
    f... Divorce has been fill
    you, and you are required to serve
    a copy .i* your Answer or Pleading
    to the' Hill of Complalni on the plain-
    tiffs Attoi ii. i. Ol 'LI 'M \N. GOLD-
    STEIN A PACZIER, L'lm Weal Flag-
    l.-i- Sti.-,t, Miami. Florida, and Ll.-
    the original Answir or Pleading In
    the ..ffi.-.- ..( the Clei k of the Pii -
    cull Court .ni or before the SSrd da.
    ,.f March, 1964. If you fall to .i"
    sm. jiidioiii.ni i.\ default will be tah -
    en agnlnai you for the rellel di -
    manded in the RIM of Comulamt.
    This notice shall i- puhllahed unco
    each week for four coiiHecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
    1'iiNK AND 0RDF:REI' ill S
    I- lot-Ida, this ImIi da} ol F'elu
    A I >. 1961.
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    I "cJewish Flaridian Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY Volume 37 — Number 9 Miami Parents Appeal Flerida Bible Decision COP SUPPORTS MOVt PACt Il-A By Special Report WASHINGTON — The United States Supreme Court is being asked to direct the State of Florida n heed a high court ruling outaw ing Bible-reading and prayer 'Vtcitation in the public schools. Four Miami parents Monday .1 notice ol appeal to the h court of a Florida Supreme i nut decision upholding the FlOrstatute requiring daily Bible reading in public schools. The appeal also asked for reversal of the Florida court's ruling in behalf of sustained recitation of the Lrd's Prayer and the conducting of religious baccalaureate programs, a relig'ous censes among pupils and religious tests as a qualification for teacher employment. The tour Miami residents, a i nitarian, an agnostic and two Jewish parents, are being represented without fee by Leo Pfetfer, era I counsel ol the Amen,. h Congress. Those appealing Chamberlin, ol 892 Mrs Elsie Thorner, Dr and Mrs 'fcio Daytonia If Miami. Florida. Friday, February 28. 1964 Two Sections — Price 20* U.S. Rabbis Battle Ban Against Their Divorces RABBI THEODORE NflMMN facin'i Ihe issue ON THE JEWS Cardinal Sure Vatican Will OK Statement are Harlow NE 140th St : 5681 S\V 84th Philip Stern. and Edward S '"link. 1380 Cleveland Rd. The case iri garded as the : rsi major test of a wide variety >ectarian practices in the pubI %  schi %  the 1963 I s Supreme Couri thai Id school prajers and Bibleding unconstitutional. VugUSt, 1982, the Florida Su ; line Court sustained Iwo lower Continued on Page 8-A NEW YORK iJTA Richard Cardinal Cushlng, Archbishop ol Boston and a leading liberal Catholic prelate, expressed confidence this week that the Catholic Church wool I eventually"' adopt the declaration on Catholic-Jewish relatii ns by passe I at the last session of the Ecumenical Council. He coupled his prediction with a call for immediate closer relationships between Catholics and Ji v i h s< hem a which the i ouncil session did i' >t treat rejects Jewish responsibility for the inn fixion ol Jesus, and warns Continued on Paqe 10-A NEW YORK (.ITAi Rabbi Theodore Friedman, president of the Conservative Rabbinical Assembly of America, said this week his organization was determined to force the issue ol the refusal of Ihe Israeli rabbinate to recognize .'(•wish religious divorces granted by American Conservative rabbis. The Conservative rabbinical group called a press conference to explain why it had engaged Gideon Housncr, former Israeli Attorney General, to represent it in Israel on the issue. Rabbi Friedman said that Mr. Ilausner had been engaged "to explore ways"' in which the problem could be handled uner Israel law. He added that, in engaging Mr. Hausner, the Rabbinical Assembly had not committed itself to legal action, but that •this i< a possibility The event which brought about the action was the application last September of a Jewish woman who had been divorced by a Conservative rabbi in Boston, for a license to marry. The rabbinical registrar in Tel Aviv rejected the application on grounds that the divorce was invalid. The woman wrote to the Boston rabbi, who referred the matter to the rabbinical group. Rabbi Fried GliiiON HAUSNER to the rescue man then wrote to Chief Rabbi Isar Untermann, of Tel Aviv, on the refusal. Rabbi Untermann replied that the divorce document had only one rabbinical signature as against the three required in Israel. Rabbi Friedman wrote again to Rabbi Untermann, pointing out that a single rabbinical signature was Continued on Pa.ge 16-A We're Determined ts Bar Arab War, McNamsra Says 'CiMMOMMt' IXKUTIONIR Gestapc Man Who Killed 400 Minsk Jews en Trial BONN— (.ITAi— Hana Graaife', a wartime officer of Hitler's SS, went on trial at Kiel this week, in another ol the West German proceedagains! former Nazi war criminals, charged with killing loo Jews in Minsk, capital of Byerussia, during World War II. The first witness against Graaife • Karl Strohhammer, who testi1 ed he had witnessed a "ceremonial execution" ol .lews, staged for ; '"' benefit ol Henrich Himmler, 1 hiel ol Hitler's Gestapo. The kill he said were done with carbines and machine guns He told court he was unable to rememer bj this time whether Graaife personal!) took part in the mur1 rs, bill declared he "could "car" that the defendant had is•ited Ihe order for the executions. Meanwhile, one of the five former Nazis being tried in Brunswick in the wartime slaughter of 5.200 Jews in Pinsk, Poland, in "41, scught at his trial to pin 'he blame for the murders on a 'ormer SS general who was shot a a traitor on Hitler's orders. Walter liornscheuer, a former ss cavalryman, asserted that the order for the killings was conveyed by ss Gen. Otto-Herman Fegelein. brother-in-law Ol Hitler's mistress Eva Braun. Bornacheurer insisted thai Pegelstein gave instructions that the order, issued by Himmler. be carried out in August 1941, dc>pite protests by some officers WASHINGTON — (JTA) — Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, addressing the House Arm ed Services Committee, emphasiz ed tin 1 interest of the United States "to keep the Arab-Israel icucl from escalating into overt hostilities" and explained why the L'.S. sold Hawk anti-aircraft mis-1 -lies to Israel His testimony before the Committee given in connection with the defense budget for the year was made public by the Congressional body. "Although we do not share with other Near East countries membership in any formal military organization, our interest in supporting peace and stability in the area has been well established and. we believe, is clearly understood by the countries involved," the Secretary of Dcr-nso said "The U.S. objective has long been to keep the Arab-Israel feud from escalating into overt hostilities," he continued. "Realization of this objective has been made more difficult by the injection of substantial Soviet bloc aid—both economic and military—inlo the region, and particularly into Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Yemen. "For this reason, the U.S. has. on a very selective basis, provided some assistance in the form of -ales of military material to Israel and the smaller Arab states, including Saudi Arabia and Jordan. And it is in this context that the L'.S. sold Hawk anti-aircraft missiles to Israel, to help provide an effective defense against modContinued on Paqe 2-A 'MAJOR ADVANCE' Two Scientists Make Important Atom Discovery \ I %  : W YORK—< ATA (-Discoveries considered b> some of the leadin; scientists in the world as "a major advance in the physics of elementary atomic particles" have been made independent!) by two Jewish scientists and confirmed bj :!."> -dentists at the Brookhavcr. National Laboratory which is headed by another Jew, according to announcements made here this week. 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    rage 6-B Jn#ft IF^irScliiriirFriday, February 28, 1964 \1 ranees JZel, man We the Women WOMAN OF THE WEEK Fay Becker was an adorable, plump little girl get tin;; average grades in her home town of St. Louis. Bui once she made up her mind about what she really wanted to do, her grades went sky high. "Really, I'm not smart.'' confided Fay with that appealing grin. Tin just lucky." Kay wanted to go to law school, but since the school of her choice was closed because of the war. she settled for a BA degree in special education al the Central Institute for the Deaf, which is affiliated with Washington University in St. Louis. Alter graduation, Faj taught there. She remembers thai one ol the youngsters, vim came from all over the world, was the i -t si,ii oi Lord and Ladj I %  IJ Held, Most nt the i %  since the medical school was i: \t door. One ma i and M arii n I. of M l • nd Mrs. Irving Sell SI Louis, Mo. No Washington I nh ersitj. she ia graduate of Ladue High School, Her fiance, w ho makes his home in St. Louis, is a graduate ol the University of Florida and received his law degree from Washington University. He i< a member ol West wood Countn Club, Ballet Company Will Appear Members of the Broward County Ballet Company will appear in a program being presented by the B'nai Raphael Sisterhood on Monday. Slated to begin at 8:30 a.m.. the program will open with a lecture demonstration of the ballet narrated by Mrs. Harold Samuels. LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING CONTRACTING • RtPAigiHc Serving Dads County Over 25 Yer. 1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 69904 ELECTROLYSIS HAIR tllMINATtD FORlvip LATEST ELECTRONIC METHOD Endorsed By Physician! fACt-ARMS UGS-B0DY 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SHIRLEY GRAUBART-R N „ %  ? YJMW' Experience 310-95th ST. SURFS IDE Phone 865-8015 for App't Free Parking Rear of Blag | Emanu-EI Ladies Plan Luncheon Plans are underway for SistM hood's annual anniversary eon. announced Mrs Alex n Kov.au. president of Tempi c Kmanu-El's Sisterhood Tribute is being prepared in honor of Sisterhood's 14 past pre> [dents, ten of whom are siill live board members Mrs .1;,. o Glassman, luncheon chairman, announced that this year's them, •Open Your Heart to Sisterhood. Committee includes Mesdaim .Martin Smith, hostess chairman Alexander Gordon, table decora tions: Theodore Zalles. Charles Rosengarten. Sam Wiesen. Hand' Levey, door; Tobias Sussman. fax ors; Philip Neuwith. tickets; Mai Boderman, arrangements; Her bert Shapiro, program; Raymom Goodman, clerical: Joseph M Lipton and Samuel Llpton. pa trons; and Theodore Kipnis, Mm ray Schwartzman and Reuben l.e\ in, members at large MISS DEBRA SCHWARTZ Miss Bloom Plans to Marry Mi and Mrs William L. Bloom, 5720 Maggiore St. announce the iement of their daughter, to Frederick Jon Blumenfeld, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Harrj .1. Blumenfeld, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. \ graduate of Coral Gables Senior High, the bride-elect is cur rently attending the University of Alabama, where she is majoring in speech therapy, The future bridegroom is also attending the University of Alabama, where he is a pre medical student. No date has been set for the wedding. Westbrooke Tells Summer Rates iok< Countrj Club h need its new 190 i imme r i. -. ith \ month men • at S75 plus i. \ %  ,0-yi .11 old club al 85 Ihe Trail eaid thai it waopt i for membership to peoph hroughi ut Dade < ountj memberships either from Mar lo labor Day, Apr 1 to Ocl or Maj l to No\ l. Sheldon Kay, Westbrooke pres ident, said the new six-month summer membership would allow families to take advantage of th< facilities of the 30-acre club lay • out. 1 lities ;ii Westbrooke includi one ni the !,ii -si swimming p i in the state, championship tennis courts basketball court, single ani four-wall handball courts, shuffli and a number of othi sports and recreational facilities CPA Speaks Here Bernard B. Isaacson, Certified Public Accountant of Wilmington Del. was guest speaker at thdinner meeting of the Dade CountsChapter of the Florida Institute o: Certified Public Accountants or Monday at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel. He discussed forms anr procedures used in accounting ol fices. NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLORAL DECORATIONS BLOSSOM SHOP 1572 Washington Ave., Miami Beach Call SYLVIA MILSEN JE 2-3231 Off DELIVERY ALL GREATER MIAMI YOUNGLING SPECIAL AGE 1 YEAR to 12 FOR THE MONTH Of FEBRUARY ONLY 3-8x10 Silvertone Portraits for $25.00 Saving of $10.00 or 1 ] 1x14 Color Portrait $47.50 $17.50 Sowings 4 26 A E : ALLEN BECKER STUDIO 26 Af,hur Godf e y Rd., Miami Beach JE 2-2351 DR. SIDNEY J. LERNER Ch.ropodist-.Foot Specialist Now with M.ami Beach Medical Center •218 Washington Avenue Ph. 532-5424 OPf M J 4 %  .... Cleaning-Laundry Storage 1201 -20th Street Miami Beach JE 8-6104 II OWN 7 AM o pat ^^ >>^ rm ~ s <"ne Day Service Nevtr An fxfro Choree.



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    Friday. February 28, 1964 +Je*if>hfk>ridlicin Page 13B J3<*r nze Medal, the highest possible |rd, for "Outstanding Senate %  aker.'' MARTIN GALBUT Young Galbut's school activities include serving as home room president, National Forensic League vice president, and co-editor of the Calendar. He is chairman of the Student Council Citizen-hip Crusade, the sophomore orientation, is a member of the student Council Cabinet, and projects secretary of Student Council. He is hoping for a career in international law, and Galbut plans to attend Northwestern University starling in September. Michael Haas Uriel Waldman member of the Science Club. Gordon has attended the Temple's Religious School for four years. A Kiddush will follow the ceremony. Wayne Cypen Dr. Irving Lehrman, .spiritual leader ol Temple Emanu El, will officiate at the Bar Mitzvah ol Wayne, son oi Judge and Mrs. Irving I s r n, on Saturday morning, Feb. 29, at the Temple. V aj ne is an honor student in the eighth grade al Ida M. Fisher High, .. member ol the Student Council, and plays phone in the Land. His hobbies include stamp-collecting, swimming ami reading. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush in the patio of I he Temple and at a reception Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. Beverly Cypen Bas Mitzvah of Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Cypen, will be celebrated Saturday morning, Feb. 29, at Temple Emanu-El. Dr. Irving Lehrman will officiate. Beverly is an honor student at Nautilus Junior High, where she i serves as president of her class, and plays first violin in the school orchestra. Other interests include sports, art and playing the organ. The celebrant will be honored at a Kiddush following the service and at a reception Sunday at the Deauville Hotel. Julian Genet Julian Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Genet, will become Bar Mitzvah at Saturday morning services, Feb. 29. at Beth David Congregation. Rabbi Norman N. Sha piro will officiate. Julian, a seventh grader at Ponce de Leon Junior High, is a talented young artist and is also interested in music. He is a member of the Junior Choir, under the direction of Cantor William W. Lipson, and a sport enthusiast. Mr. and Mrs. Genet will honor the celebrant with a recention in the evening in Spector Hall. Robert Greenberg Robert Steven Greenberg will become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 29. at Young Israel of Greater Miami, with Rabbi Sherwin Stauber officiating. A student at the Hebrew Academy, which he has attended for the past nine years, the celebrant serves as president of Young Israel's Boys Club. A talented violinist, his hobbies include baseball and model-making. Son or Mr. and Mrs. Joseph II. Greenberg. S20 NE 175th St.. charter members of Young Israel, the Bar Mitzvah ithe grandson of the late Rabbi Mayer .;..i/ Robi hoi ored at a Kiddush : a nd at a dinner at l!i R i; al H i an on So i Steven Janko i in Sa II nin Feb 29. m "i VI i" and Mrs Mortimer Janko, will be liar Mitzvah at Temple Zion, with Rabbi Allied Waxinan. officiating, Steven, a seventh grade student at South Miami Junior High, where he plays clarinet in the school band, plans to continue his studies in the Temple Zion Confirmation Class, Arriving from New York for the Bar Mitzvah will be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Janko and Mrs. Alollic Sacks. The Kiddush will be tendered by his parents. 4 • Jeffrey Greenberg Bar Mitzvah of Jeffrey Marc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenberg. 8231 SW 32nd Ter.. will take place on Saturday. Feb. 29. at Temple Or Olom. Rabbi Samuel April and Cantor Gershon Levine will officiate. Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu dent at Rockway Junior High a i plays drum in the school band. I!' is a Star Scout. Boy Scout Trot p No. 237. Out-of-town guests include I is grandmother. Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips. There will be a Kiddush follou ing services, and a reception in Jeffrey's honor will be held at the Temple in the evening. • • Wendy Nedbor Wendy Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nedbor. will become lias Mitzvah at Beth David Congregation on Friday evening. Feb 28. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro will officiate. A seventh grade student it Shenandoah Junior High, Wendy i:an outstanding athlete and participates in all spoil.for girls sch DI. \ l Seoul since her Brow nt< da; hi n< in the : im, Lyle Platt laj morning, Feb. i of Mr. and Mrs A ham Platt, will be Bar Mitzvi h at Temple Ner Tamid. Rabbi I'.. gene Labovitz will officiate. Lyle is a student of Temple Ner Tamid ReligionSchool, and Nautilus Junior Huh. A reception will follow the services. Competent Secretary Needed MON. %  FRi., 9 5, Excellent Conditions, Month Vacation, Group Insurance, Salary Open. 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    Friday. February 28, 1964 *Jfew#j0 fhrkliiaiin Paqe 3-5 • • LfrdtfFaito bakery products SOLD IN FOOD FAIR STORES •-.•.. : % %  % %  Sugar "n Spice 'n Everything Nice.... THAT'S WHAT GOES INTO BAKERY GOODIES BY LADY FAIR. EVERYDAY OF THE WEEK LADY FAIR BAKERS ARE BUSY COOKING UP OVEN -FRESH DELICIOUS DELICACIES FOR YOU. AND EVERYTHING'S MADE WITH THE SAME WATCHFUL CARE, THE SAME HOME-KITCHEN INGREDIENTS YOU'D USE YOURSELF ; I



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    Friday. February 28. 1964 *. JVf*'ifc flhrudKHin Page 9 B Water Sports and Games Inviting to Everyone Continued (rom Preceding Page .Tudai-m. .Many have .-.pent from a gummer to a year in Israel. For further information write to Georgfl Stern, 50 Whitehall. Suite **<*" s P ar,a and Crossvillc, Tcnn "0'' Mlanta 3 Ga wiui GOO acres of woodland surn a t rounding a private seven acre • .'•princ-fed lake. Camp Oca I a The raiK h camp program for ;• ,. f. ,„ ., .. boys and girls from 8 to 17 speLocated-In he Oca a National d *, in horscba ck-ridin g ropKorest o^ccnlral J-lor.da Cam P; norscback trj a ,£ Ocala ,s 285 miles north of MiamL J^ ^ m ^ > ridcs A Directors-arc Dr and Mrs. Theo; offcrs ^ sctting 'from Deland on 48 acres of what dore struhl. Frankic and Ben Ml( %  •Shwdeos" put on weekly! as formerly the Millionaires cr Mai artd Mrs. Leonard Woll, Countrv club msn. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H., J Wollman. with local offices at 14511 Camping program tor ages 6. N Bavshorc Dr trough 17 concentrates on water' ... '. (sports, athletics, both English and; The eight week summer season, ~ ; .. '._=,=_., ._, ,_._. Camp Pinewood (or boys and girls takes in swimming, canoeing, horseback-riding, water-skiing, arts and crafts, archery, tennis, fencing, dancing, dramatics and singing. There is one counselor for every three of the 250 campers, accom7roni r 5* to*"*} Wes,crn horseback riding and trip-1 Marking its tenth anniversary j level outs. under the same ownership and diActivities. Owner-directors of Belle Aire are rectors. Camp Pinewood Bea and Reuben Komisar. Great Smokey Mountains, N. C. is offering a new camp policy for 1964. In addition to the regular eight-week session, thero will be a choice of two four-week sessions.; Enrollment is limned to 200 boy* and girls from 5 to 17. There are a separate teen-age program and, a counselor-in-training course at the camp. Only three miles from Hcndersonville and easily accessible by automobile, railroad and air. Camp Pinewood is situated on gently, rolling acreage 2.400 feet above sea : oers, take in all water sports, motor-boating, horseback-riding, golf, tennis, camp craft, music appreciation, dancing, photograph*', trips and hikes. Local offices arc at 535 W. 30th in | St. Directors are Dr. and Mrs. under the guidance Donald D. Michelson and Mr. and the oi mature and capable staff memMrs. Eli Meltzer. Camp Belle Aire Cm. G.n brl ** b a lde '*>" M o, r^ Regular Meeting modated on separate sites for boys purchased last month is scheduled Mrs Dora O fenhenden pre.si"nd girls. Staff members are colto open its doors tor the first time dent. Beba Idelson Chapter. Pio. leca ace or older instructors. i >n June for eight weeks ot campmeeting on Thursday, Mar. 5, at | Food is Jewish-American, and tag. Sports, arts and crafts and meet on Thursday Mar. 5, at Services are held every Friday eveHebrew classes arc planned for Washington federal Auditorium. !" n j„„ | the summer. 1133 Normandy Dr. Rabbi Abraham Korf, SoutheastFinal plans and reservations for ern regional director of the Mer-the donor will be presented and kos L'Inyonei Chinuch, sponsor*! Dr. Cclia Davis will discuss curCamp Belle Aire. at the Sunset of the kosher camp announces| rent events. ; k Dude Ranch Site, is located that plans for an Olympic-sized 0n Saturday. Mar. 7. Beba Idel2 700 feet above sea level on the s i minin pool for the camp have >on js ce ) e brating Jewish Music Cumberland mountain plateau bebeen made. Month at an Oneg Shabbat at the The Rabbi, who makes his headhome of Mrs. Samuel E. Birken quarters for the Merkos in Miami blitt. 900 Bay Dr.. who .-.elected the Beach, has scheduled meetings music for the afternoon. with officials in Deland. Fla.. for construction of a pool. Merkos is UI^: Tmrinn Rrfinch the central organization for JewJVeiZmanil DI UFItll ish education of the Lubavitehcr fin+kepc fo|JNF movement. w%* Camp Can is located seven miles Chaim Weizmann Branch of Farband iU hold a Purim festival > BELLE AIRE RANCH CAMP and CAMP BELLI AIRE AT THE SUNSET ROCK DUDE RANCH SITE "ATOP THE C001 CUMBERLAND /MOUNTAINS, SPARTA, TENN.' Belle Aire Ranch Camp FOR BOYS AND GIRIS 8 17 Specializing in • HORSEBACK RIDING • SHODEOS A ROPING • WFEKLY HORSEBACK TRIPS. OVERNIGHT 4 TRA L RIDES • SWIMMING A BOATING • ATHLETICS A CRAFTS Dormiiory-typ? Building Meal* are simple, nouiishing and well b< lanced. $120 for 2 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) or $330 for 6 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JUNE 6 to JUIY 17 FOR B0TS AND GIRLS 6-17 A Complete Camping Program %  • FOSTERING of flll the "ARTS' • WATER SPORTS — ATHLETICS • HORSEBACK RIDING RODEO ARENA • 5 DAY HORSEBACK TRIP • TRIP-OUTS (Canoeing. Etc.) • ARCHERY — RIFLERY FENCNG Kosher Food Upon Request. Spcciol ottcnlion to underweights. Registered Nurse on 24-Hour Duty. $400 for 5 weeks (All Inclusive Fee) DATES: JULY 19 to AUG. 23 For Full Information and Brochures CAU FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE MRS. BETTY METLIKA, 3140 S.W. 5th Str^t, Miami Telephone HI 3-3751 Off WRITE MR. AND MRS. REUBEN KOMISAR DIRECTORS •' Winter Headquarters, Route No. 7, Sparta, Term. dedicated to the Jewish National Fund on Sunday at the Barcelona Hotel. Rabhi Mayer Abramowitz. presi! dent of the Southeastern Reaion of Jewish National Fund, will be j guest speaker and Rose By rum. | lyric soprano, will present a pro| grim of musical selections. President of the nranch is Moe Levin, and chairman for Jewish I National Fund for the branch is Johan L. Berman. m m Our 101h Year "AN ADVENTURE IN HEALTH AND HAPPINESS" CAMP PINEWOOD HENDERSONVIILE, N.C. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 5-17 2500 It. high in the grandeur of the Great Smokey Mountains, cod, invigorating haalthfal clmto-e 97 allergy free where the grew* and development of each child is gulled w.th love, experience end understanding mature, skilled counselor staf Sabbath Service! lull cultural and athletic program tutoring. CAU. TODAY FOR ILLUSTRATED BROCHURE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS INVITED TNf DIRECTORS Dr* anaMrs. sWnW D. Michelle* MO 7-1S0S-MO 7-9784 \ccreditrJ Mem her itutt dmpina A^r American ChOlplng AnaD. FOR INFORMATION AND CATALOGUE, WRIT! GEORGE STERN, Director, 50 Whitehall it. S.W., Atlanta 3, Ge. LOCAL INFORMATION: Ph. 758-8385 or JE 1-5556



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    Friday, February 28. 1984 *Jewist Fk>ridlian Page 7-A 'Reform Congregations in Miami Maintain Active Spiritual Programs '1 lie South Florida Federal ion of Reform Synagogues now numbers eight congregations in Greater Miami. Hollywood. Ft. I.auderdale and We=t Palm Beach. These include: Temple Beth Am. South Miami, Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard; Temple Judea. Coral Gables. Rabbi Mordeeai Podet; Temple Israel of Greater Miami. Dr Joseph R. Narot; Temple Beth Sholom. Miami Beach. Rabbi Leon Kronish; Temple Sinai, North Miami, Rabbi Daniel M. Lowy; Temple Beth El. Hollywood, Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe: Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. I.auderdale, Rabbi Richard M. Levlton; Temple Israel, West Palm Beach. Rabbi Irving B. Cohen. To foster the fullest activity of it'Congregations, each year the South Florida Federation conducts several general meetings for its combined membership. These deal with many subjects vital to the future of Jewish life and include workshops on youth, teacher-training. adult study, synagogue administration and leadership. Youth work is also an important phase of the fed eration"s activities. Through the Greater Miami Federation of Temple Youth, teen-agers engage in a four-fold program of prayer, study, work and play. The South Florida Federation i~ under the leadership of Robert II. Newman, president, and Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, director. Other officers include vice presidents, Joseph Altschuller, James M. Albert, Kenneth IsiiriiMine, Martin Deitz, Herbert (ielernter. Robert \V Gordon, Harold A. Greene, Harold Thurman; treasurer. Jack I. Levkofl; executive secretary. Sylvia R Feldman. The South Florida Federation maintains offices at 816 Congress building in Miami. So. Florida's Reform Spiritual Leaders EXCERPTS fRQM A BIENNIAL ADDRESS IN CHICAGO Leader Views the Disparities of Our Time At the Biennial General Assembly of the Union of Amen can Hebrew Congregations last November in Chicago. UAHC President Rabbi Maurice N. Fisendrath deplored the immorality existing in the nation's individual life. It is this theme that will key note the all-day symposium here on Sunday. Following are excerpts from Rahbi Eisendrath's address before the biennial: By RABBI MAURICE EISENDRATH President, Union of American Hebrew Congregations Eisendrath calls on religion to step up battle against national immorality. I'r g e s iThreePaith) Conference to map out extensive programs ol action. There can be little divine delight in what the Lord sees before Him today, not alone in society at large but. perhaps for the first time in our long history, in the "tents of Jacob" as well. At the dawn of our history, whereas in Egypt there nas stygian darkness, "so light Rhone in Goshen It is not quite so today, while it is fortunately not out ol OUT Jewish household that the names of the :"' fumos and the Christine Keel era, the love lives of the Elizabeth Taylors and the Richard Burtons, the Billy Sol Estes swjndl8| the incredible Valachi brigandage and murders, Hash ncessantly and incandescently .a bold i.vp*) acres, (he headlines ol oar daily press-; yet, following not too far behind are the petty ehiselers and cheaters, the expense account extravaganzas, 'lie bed-hopping so-called romances, the spreading delinquents not alone of adolescents but .if adults as well, the dope addiction which is spawning like a plague not only among "lesser breeds without the law" but in the lily-white monochrome suburbiaas well. While we Jews were once singularly free ol such moral maladies, today we are claiming— almost as evidence ol our normalcy—our full quota of mischief and misdemeanor. Children Capitulate Realism would compel us to confess that the "chadorim" and "yeshivoth" of the past were not filled with angels. Their "melamdim" had "tsoros" aplentj Those teachers had an abundance of trouble with their ofttimes tar too obstreperous pupil-. But I doubt whether there were many—if any—drug and dope addicts among them. Vet. today, not a lew of my rabbinical colleagues whom I have visited in their communities throughout the country have conlidod thai mere children in their Religious Schools, sons and daughters of their choicest member-, have capitulated to the gutter morals of the crowd; have east aside completely the inhibiting moral mandates of our Hebraic past; have become assimilated—or is "acculturated" the mori' fashionable word today "-to the worst, rather than the best in American society. Spiritually Undeveloped There i~ nol a doubl that there were ivorces'in Biblical and Talmudic times; otherwise there would not have been detailed 1 e g a I regulations concerning them There was without question adultery too; else this ot fense would not have been one of the few lor which the death penalty was invoked. But there was. I am confident, in our Jewish past, no such wholesale husband and wifeRoots of Reform Judaism Continued from Page 6-A forces which have shaped modern history. In Europe, all ghettos, intellectual as well as religious and social, were dissolving under the impact of democratic revolution. At that moment in history, when the greatest flexibility was required of it. leaders of what was to become the Reform movement felt that "Judaism had become rigid, that it had lost sight of its goals and had become, in many quarters, reduced to superstition, to the mechanical ob-< rvance of rituals, and to an almost complete isolation from the non-Jewish world." Reform Principles Reform represented a revolt, first by Jewish laymen, then by rabbis, against what they [ell to be this "unrealistic rigidity" The American Reform movement has constantly stressed the dynamic nature of Judaism as a religion which must be lived in terms of the spiritual and human values of the present, but also aimed at recapturing the piety and loyalty of its people. Founders of the Union envisioned one American Jewish community, united by the concept of a liberal Judaism. As UAHC President Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath, put it: ••Not learning for learning's sake, not worship for worship's sake, not art for art's sake, not w isdom for wisdom's sake, but learning, worship, art. and wisdom that shall lead to right conduct—to action, without which religious forms become mere forms." swapping and promiscuous jumping in and out of one another's beds as has constrained many an anxiety-ridden gran lather to pour out to me his hear'.'pro tound dismay, nol for Ins still well-behaved little grandchildren but for In.physically grown-up, yet ethically and spiritually undeveloped, immature children. In our Hebrew heritage there was no such thiny as prohibition against drinking of liquor except among certain small and lrisiu nificent sects. In tact, our most solemn and sacred, as well as our most gladsome "simchas." were ever hallowed by the "Kid-' dush." the blessing over wine which "makcth glad the heart of man" But there was little of drunkenness, nothing resent bling the alarming incidence of alcoholism revealed recently in those comprehensive Yale stikiies, nothing consonant with some of the slap-happy conventioneers. Children were pampered in days of yore with apples and honeyon festive occasions, but they were not ruined by the ancient equivalents of Cadillac convertj ibles and the lavish ostentation of the contemporary Bar and Bas Mitzvah, Mediocrity the Norm Do we hold before our children the inherent adventurousne-.s, the native daring so appealing to youth" What do the children see in the examples set by their elders" Excellence "i course, but in what?— in canasta, bridge, golf, riding, tennis, To be a mediocre bridge player, to tail to break ninety on the -oil course, is to be either a "square'' or just plain socially unacceptable But mediocrity in s ( | work, in moral .judgments, m serving one's fellow man in a constructive manner—this is to be "one of the crowd." We are living a lie and giving the lie to our young people. We insist upon excellence in the superficial areas of our lives— we must make huge sums of money at all costs, we must be proficient in one or more games, we must have a bigger house, a bigger plot of land than our neighbors, but with regard to the eternal verities of our faith, we ourselves, the so-called adults and leaders of our society, crawl on all fours, intellectually speaking, in the slush of slothfulness. Self-Tyranny Judaism and the Jew did not survive because of rights; Judaism and the Jew survived because of obligations—mitzvoth— to study, to worship, to perform good deeds. God did not wrap us in the silk lined swaddling clothes of pampered infants; He. made it crystal clear what He expected of us and then He commanded us to go forth to accomplish the gOal8 He set botore us. RABBI ICON KRONISH Temple Beth Sholom RABBI JOSEPH NAROT Temple Israel RABBI HCRDtRT BAUMGARD Temple Beth Am RABBI MORDtCAl PODtT Temple Judea RABBI SAMUEl JAffl Beth tl of Hollywood RABBI DAHItL LOWY Temple Sinai RABBI RICHARD ItVITON Emanuel ol fl. lavderdde RABBI SANFORO SELTISR UAIK Rejijn Director J



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    jFriccy, rebruary 28, 1964 le*i0 HnrkHftn Page 11-A By: EDWARD COHEN ~^ Renowned Music Expert Son of Hassidic Scholar Beauty is in •M S the eye of the beholder. S i x. ill teen j cars ago k B ti Miami, to David Ewen, was a peninsula in the sun, bounded by Hialeah race track in the afternoon and by the plush gambling joints at night. Today, he views it far differently, • I wouldn't have settled here permanently." says the noted music authority who had lived in his native Nev. York City tor i than hall a century, "if I t felt that musically am ally Miami ia commun%  in h can hold itov :•. with A 3 one who has written more *han 50 books on music, at least one a year since he wrote his first 35 years ago while a stu-ent at CCNY, Ewen now sounds like the Greater Miami-Dade Chamber of Com%  rerce when he speaks of musical Miami with a strongly accentuated "we." %  % %  have an important, even —ive, Chamber Music sc net: a progressive symphony or %  stra, two concert series ol th< highest quality; and ballet, a, visiting artists of the highest calibre," and as he re this, his voice was a mix'i amazement and pride. 1 r tin 1 first time in his life, playing an active role in musical life oi a community, r than reporting it. He is if the founders <>i the new rt Society, organized to pro the master's music and I provide .-eholarshiplor te i local musicians to ai the Mozarteum in Salz Austria, birthplace of the • composer. Campaign tor Orchestra DAViD EWIN nctive jjarficipo/ion tival cycles and the continued introduction of outstanding new works, such an orchestra would make Miami a musical center of the United States." His deep friend-hip for Fab ien Sevitzky is cue ol those ironies oi fate, In PUT. as a partner i i Allen, Towne & Heath, Ewen published the biography ol Serge Koussevltsky, Pabien's unele. written by Moses Smith. The book was challenged in court by the famed Boston Symphony's conductor as an 'invasion of >>." and defended successfully by Ernst in a landmark case. The loud between uncle and nephew, tanned bj what many believed to be the uncle's jealousy at the rising reputation of Pabien, ended only a leu ><..r> before Serge's death, as he made many radical revisions in a lifetime of rejection of family and tradition. His Best-Sellers Ewen's best-seller i.s the "Encyclopedia of Great Composers," written with Milton Cross, which ha-old close t<> 300,000 copies, followed by Incompanion ciuycli pi lias dl opera and iniuer! music, the "Complete Book ol American Musical Theatre" and c for Milli ms lie has d me l', igraj hies i i Richard ime Kern a n d • in — the last at the requi -t ot Ihe family. Tran lated mi.i 17 1 %  five ol hibooks ma) be read in Hebrew. HiGershwin has had the largest sale of any music hook in Israel, "thankto Gershwin, nol Ewen he hastens lo point out. Gratifying as are the royalties from Israel, nothing gave him greater pleasure on a recent trip there than his meeting Martin Buber. The great H.isidic scholar and world-renowned philosopher recognized him quickly—as the son of Yitihak Ewen (Evan), probably the foremost scholar and writer on Hasidism of his day. David Ewen's career may seem far removed from the study of Hasidism II.biographies f modern Jewish composers I Inwork lor the I ni versa I Je i.-h Encyi I %  > in H mus ical g< nre. not Judaica. Tan i > the son ol a famed Jewish scholar, hiown study and work"i music carry on a family tradition of scholarship that flov • from the basic sources ol h heritage probably the world's smartest supper club The STARLIGHT Roof at the Doral Beaclx featuring dinner-dancing to MAIMAlJCINe*t AM piano and his orchestra Sky-high ntop the Pornl R*\ich, Miami Bench's newest .ind ninut luxurious hotel... featuring superb a li i irto continental cuUine ...and delightful daw ing to the music of Mai M.tlkm, His Piano and His lo-picce Orchestra with charming Lisa Hall. In addition, Zatura and His Golden Strings add romance to the magnificent setting. Above you, 10,000 tinv stars, embracing you witb. the most breathtaking vista of sea, sky and city. Reservations requested...M.Benni • JE2-3600 GOP to Support Move for Bible Reading in Public Schools mm. BEACH HOTEL > Iht Omn at .',Slh S'-nl, .V.ami Beaeh A man who lets nothing stand in the way of writing at least tour hours a day—he is now working on an exhaustive twoMilume '"Guide to Musical Masterworks, 1300—1900" for Prentice-Hall and an "Encyclopedia I J^Jj'":'„„' of American Popular Songs from ** %  -* 1776" for Random House—Ewen 1making a strong campaign on behalf of "a major symphony orchestra for Miami." Next year Is one of transition, when new money must be raised and an entirely new personnel policy devised." he believes. Noting that "under Fabien Sevitzky. the I'niversity of Miami Symphony has attained It a I status," Ewen takes an, unequivocal position on a question that is being raised in local musical circles. "Led by a Sevitzky, with his flair for progressive programming, for high standards in preparation, a professional orchestra could become one of the great orchestras in this country," he says. "With fesWASHINGTON — (.ITA) — A proposal for a constitutional change to permit prayer and Bible reading in the public schools of the nation had the support this week ot the Republican Policy Commit tee of the House of Representatives. Rep. John W sin Republican, York Republican, said that 141 Representatives had signed bis petition to pry the proposed amendment out of the House Judiciary Committee headed by Rep. EmanI'el Celler. New York Democrat, for a vote on the floor. A majority of the House membership, or Byrnes. W'iscon218 names, is required to make said the policy such a petition effective, committee had endorsed the proRep. Celler disclosed that composal. which would negate the Sumittee hearings were planned on preme (Hurt ruling last June holdsome 170 proposals to amend the ing that such sectarian activities Constitution to offset or modifyin schools violated the constituthe Supreme Court ruling. Rep.', tional ban on establishment of a Celler said the hearings would be held after staff members comi pleted their study of the issues. J. Hecker. New TUESDAY CLOSING DAY! 400,000 YOUR TELEPHONE PROPERLY ANSWERED 5 YOUR GREATEST BUSINESS ASSET Answerite. Inc. Telephone Answering Service SERVING JEfferson — Union Highland — FRanklin Executive Office FR 3-5581 MMINGO 1' 8 miles for 3-year-olds The most brilliant racing day of them all — and the last chance to enjoy racing at Hialeah! For special group arrangements, telephone 885-2716. Luncheon reservations, phone 885-4541. First Race 1:30. Only minutes away en the expressways



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    Page 8-B fJewist fkrkfitM) Friday, February 28 1364 Summer Camp Offers Varied Programs for Children This Yea With June and vacation days closer than most of us realise, Miami's parents and youngsters are in the midst of making do cisions about the camp best fitted to fill their needs. Beginning with this issue and until summer time rolls around, The Jewish Floridian will from time to time offer camp information such as presented here. Camp Simcha Nursery Camp will be in session j again, with mature school teach' ers handling what, is expected to ; be a capacity group. Facilities at Temple Adath I Yeshumn are spacious, including Camp Simcha, summer day camp lhrcc acres of f e nced-in grounds, sponsored by Temple Adath YeshllCW play vard sw j mm ing taciliurun, is being readied for its 1964 tjes anc j air-conditioned building. season. Registration is open now. Knobel Martin Knobel, director of Camp is at the Temple every Sunday. Simcha. has released an outline of' %  > plans which include swimming, howling, horseback-riding, tennis, baton-twirling, arts and sports, camp-outs and events. Field trips are planned for £'rite located"six'mUe. eat Of! the camp program is designed to the Seaquanum zoo museum and Hendersonvillc N c in he heart translate into a day-by-day living other places of interest to chilQf he B[ue Rjd Mountains ovcr pattern those values which cumdren. 2 ^ feet above sca eve Camp prise the Young Judacan program This year, again. Camp Simcha Judaea is a non-profit camp sponon a year-round basis, will be the "camp designed with sored by Florida. Southeastern, Not only will campers of Camp children in mind." said Knobel. and Southern Hadassah and the Judaea live a creative Jewish life. but they will develop talents in many areas of camping. These inelude swimming, canoeing, riflery, archerv. land sports, campcraft : arts and crafts, dramatics, and field trips to tourist attractions in western North Carolina. The brother movement of Young liulana is the Tsofim (Scouts ofl rat Representatives of the counselors and speeulists college Ts" in the Southeast area. Uri;^n and women, educate:; and Iv am Trader will play an act.ve group workers, are chosen b ":," in the program'of Camp Ju-! '" camp.ng, daea. Camp Judaea's staff of mature Continued on Following ,,, education, Juda.M and Southeastern Region of the Zionist Organization of America, through the Southern Zionist Youth Commission. Embodiment of Young Judaea. Camp Judaea cralts ; Camp Judaea will begin its tenth! .vth movement of Hadassah and sp ? e a season this summer, the third at Zionist Organization o America. Using the Temple Menorah Library as headquarters, the Sisterhood Bazaar Committee plans menus for meals to be served at the Temple Menorah Bazaar and Carnival on Saturday night and Sunday. Left to right (standing) are Mesdarr.es P. Morris Pollack, Rose Trucker, bazaar chairman, Herbert Kaplan, Lee Gottlieb. Seated are Mesdames Milton Singer, Elsie Belsky, Sisterhood president, Jack Sperans, and Sally Kurman. Not shown are co-chairmen Mrs. Jack Segal and Mrs. Murray Weil. Proceeds will assist in the maintenance of the 400-student Temple Msnorah Religious School. Thousands of JNF Trees Purchased Here For Planting in Kennedy Memorial Forest Some 500 persons attended a, I'urim Seudah sponsored by the JowKh National Fund Council of Greater Miami on Tuesday night at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Recently-elected president. Max Bros.-ier, addressed the Seudah and announced establishment of the Miami Section of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Forest in Islael. Referring to the achievements of the Jewish National Fond, Bressier declared: "I should prefer that our organization be called Jewish National Faith or Jewish National Fate or Jewish National Front, instead. "These, it seems to me, more accurately mirror the purposes and value of JNF to Israel yesterday, today and tomorrow." In a spontaneous outpouring of response, thousands of tree purchases were announced at the meeting, where a John F. Kennedy-Jewish National Fund Memorial Concert was also announced for Mar. 31 at the Miami Beach Auditorium. Serving a-chairman ol the function was Leon .1. Ell, president ol the JNF Council here. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lea I er of Temple Menorah, ami president of the Southeast Region ol the Jewish National Fund, joined Zev Kogan, chairman of the executitve board, as additional speakers on the program. Rabbi Solomon Schiff, of Beth El Congregation, president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, offered the invocation. Cantor Hirsh Adler, of Temple Emanu-El, was heard in a musical program. "A Summer Camping Adventure With a Purpose" BLUE STAR CAMPS HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 120 mills from Ashevillt in the Blue Ridge Mountains) GIRLS AND BOYS 7 TO 17 YEARS Campers meet at nearby NEW all-weather resort Airport 17 SEASON IN GRtAUR MIAMI ARtA PltASt CONTACT: MRS. LIL ROSEN FR 1-8205 MRS. ROZ SUTTA HI 6 1846 MR. HARRY KAPLAN WA 2-1162 WA 3-1577 Mid-Atlantic location. Nationally patronized. 500-acre Private Estate with two lakes. Horseback riding. Creative Jewish program plus ALL usual camping activities. Six separate programs for different age groups. Resident physician. Tutoring available. Trips to Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains. Special pre-season BASKETBALL CAMP Request 44-page catalog. Write to FOUNDERS DIRECTORS: Harry G. and Herman M. Popkin Full-time Winter Addresa: 1100 Crescent Ave., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 30309 n J ANTE %  *••% bv ISABEL GRCVE Home from a ten-day cruise on the ss Jerusalem, Ethel and Paul A. Galbut. of 2015 SW 13th St.. visited San Juan. St. Marten. Martinique and other Caribbean ports Relaxed and happy group at a sumptuous luncheon in the Louis Phillipe Room of the Fontainebleau last week Acknowledging the superlative job they had done a: the CJA Initial Gifts affair, an impressive $109,000, Es ther i Mrs. Carl) Wclnkle, Inez Krensky and Kay Ablin, top echelon, were feting chairmen and Fashionplatc Committee m e m bers Local artist Reyna Youngerman has several paintings in the Critics Choice Show at the Design (enter and others at the Brandeis exhibition in the Flagler Museum at Palm Beach. Mrs. Zeev Z. Dover, wife of the CAMP SIMCHAH TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN SUMMER CAMP — HALF & FULL-DAY SESSIONS STARTING JUNE 22nd THROUGH AUGUST 14th 4 to 13 Tears Tronsporfotion All Outdoor & Indoor AffffMtl f"~ ~+ • SWIMMING • BOWLING • BATON TWIRLING • ARTS & CRAFTS, ETC. Phone Wl 7-1435 I'lnnVr ti>direction of Martini Knobel. memoer ol (acuity ,it | i in,i J, n or H:--h School I Select Staff of teachers, couni I .m.i specia.ty instructor* + IN fLCR:0A'S COOL OCALA NAT/0\/U fCREST At Camp Ocala, your boy or rirl (S-W will enjoy the most fun-fii.ed summer ever. Cain confidence learning new ski/Is, too. Dairy waterstc.ng, $w,, nmm3 ona horseback riding-no extra charge. Trained by mature counselor-experts (I fo cv-ry 3 children-triple the average). ArI"c!;.I* n I! B *'<''"yDramatics. Team Sports. P Nary, Go'f. • Frid.v iufh. e ,t Vt"! Llcen c < Physician and 3 Re 0 'ted \ Sess on?. r?„ S 1 if"' S v "<* • Starts June y, fijll S or A W.--U sessions • Call or Write for Full Details OFFICE: 1451 N. BAYSHORE DR., MIAMI FR 1-7858 FR 9-8601 COLLEGE STUDENTS An Exciting 7'/j Week Summer Adventure u ISRAEl & EUROPE JET DEPARTURES: June 27 t July 9 Program Features: H aoyi of {wit-picking or.tj e"h*f WOfk i Gohlee Kibbulrm 1 day Co Nollve" sighiiee.rg tour Ihrouqhout lvo-1 H do t s ol Ntl ond Ne.ollon ol the ASMKEIOM „II. 9 ,, •n Ihi Mcdittnanion 1< doy l.„r ol Holy, S.i.,„| ori | ,„,, lionet for further ir^rmatlon & iMprvttipns contact! ~ ISRAEL HISTADRUT COMMITTEE B? MS M> Miam B ch uncti '- Israel Consul General, in town with her husband, looking forward to next week's init..ii one man art show of her paintin Atlanta, where the Dover quarter. • i Pretty Debra Paulson cele eii her fifth birthdaj last tirsl with her classmates i Little white School House ami then at home where her mother. Cerelle Paulson, 1640 NE ISOth St.. friends and relative, feted the youngster at a barbeq %  • %  Sister of the little honorec. Marci 13, and brother, 11-yearokl Mitchell, especially interested m the lovely pink and white confectioner's dream cake which featured "The Old Lady That Lived in %  < Shoe'" and six candle. Enjoying the festivities with their grandchildren, Ni.e and Nat Lang, of North Miami Beach.



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    Page 2-B vjmisl n cridktr Friday. February 28. \%^ 1 ( i 1 c t I 1 I 3 C b 11 (JI Y •i hi ic cl w p. ih si Planning the S52 Minimum Luncheon for Combined Jewish Appeal, second key Women's Division event of the campaign are (left to right) Co-Chairmen Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs. Sol Silverman; Luncheon Chairman Mrs. Jack Katzman; Women's Division Campaign Chairman Mrs. Carl Weinkle; and Luncheon Co-Chairman Mrs. David Sernaker. National Council of Jewish Women Plan Section Meetings for Wednesday Surfside Lists Award Winners Mrs Eunice Kannette, play ground director of Surfside Park, announces the winners oi the recent girls jacks tournament arc Linda Laurence. Harriet Weiss, [in( place tie; runners up. Francine .lay.-, and Susan OssaKOW. For the best hand mad.' Valentine, grand winner was Mitchell Grabois. Honorable mentions were Sabrina Danzinger, Raye Vogel, Philine Gorin, Stephen Lazarus. Margaret Kersey. Linda Bowen. Gordon Lifjlit. Brine Howard. Abby Borons. Sheila Burk. and Stacy Holman. Basketball Coach Ed Goldstein announces the one-man tournament is nearing an end with Andrew Howard and Gabriel Garcia to play for the championship. Cardiac Hospital Dance M,ami Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Hospital. ajiniuJ dinner is slated for Sunday. 7 p.m. Vfitzi Gaynor will be featured entertainer. Ticket chairmen are Mrs. Fay Coulton and Mrs. Hilda Bendall. •All eight divisions of the Greater Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, meeting Wednesday will discuss facets of Council's Resolutions, the things wc believe in and work for," says Mrs. Raymond R. Rubin. Section presi lent. % Bay Division, Mrs. S. Charles Fisher, president, will meet at the Washington Federal Building on Normandy Isle at 11 a.m. Preceding the meeting, a study discussion group will be held with guest speaker. Herbert L. Heiken, local attorney, and chairman of the Florida Civil Liberties Union. For the regular meeting, program will be a film, "Holiday in Israel.'' Coral Division, Mrs. Irving W'exl.r. president, will meet al Hillel House. 1100 Miller Dr.. at 12:30 p.m. Speaker will be Carling H. Steadman, Assistant State Attorney, chief of Rackets and Frauds. His topic will be "Rackets and Frauds in Dade County." TETLEY TEA 6 A TRADITION IN JEWISH HOMES SINCE 1837 Yts, there Yon Tor spirit la this IM tea.. "flavor crushed" for fullest strength and stimulation ... richer caste and pleas• re with your Heishict tad •llchigi tad betwer* seal •efrcshmeni... Tifereth Jacob In Purim Ball Sisterhood Purim Ball will be held ..1 Temple Tifereth Jacob on Saturday. 8:30 p.m. There will be dancing, a costume contest and a night club review. Coffee and Hamantashen will he served. Sisterhood is sponsoring a rummage sale daily in the Temple. Meeting of the United Synagogue Youth is scheduled tor Sunday. 7 p.m.. at the Temple Purim Carnival For Student Body At Hebrew Acad. A "doit yourself Purim was to IKcelebrated Thursday m the He brew Academy of Greater Miami with the student IKMIV staging a carnival. The masquerade carnival, -oheduled for the school grounds ..,. | g include games, contests. iol K . elected, denoting Purim's famous char acters, Kinu Ashasiieros and Queen Esther. The carnival is an annual event for Hebrew Academj -• dents. Certified Kosher Knot BabUnlcal SuptrUMam Evening Division, Mrs. Ernest Andich. president, will meet at the Tastee Inn. 7500 SW 8th St.. at 8:15 p.m. Assistant State Attorney Carling Steadman will speak on "Rackets and Frauds." Indian Creek Division, Mrs. Michael Mersel. president, will meet at the Venetian Isle Motel, Venetian Causeway, at 12:30 p.m. Invocation will be given by Mrs. Leonard Bursten. and guest speaker will be Mrs. Maurice Serotta. who will review the results of Council's School for Community Action. Jay Jensen, head of the Drama Department of Miami Beach High School, will present some of his students in scenes from "Stage Door." Islands Divison, CSrs. David Brezin, president, will meet at the home of Mrs. Jack Courshon, 1440 W 23rd St.. Sunset Isle 3. at 1 p.m. Guest speaker will be Col. Dudley D. Brodie. director of de velopment of Mt. Sinai Hospital. His subject will be "Human Emotions in Hospitals." • Lincoln Division, Mrs. Ellas Cohen, president, will meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Sea Gull Hotel. Guest speaker will be Judge Milton Friedman. Musical entertainment will be by Frederika and her Choral Group, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Kirson at the piano. Shores Division will meet at Westview Country Club, 2601 \\V 119th St.. at noon for buffet lun cheon. The University of .Miami debating team will discuss: "Resolved, That the Federal Government should guarantee opportunity for higher education to all high school graduates." South Dade Division. Mrs. Arthur Gilbert, president will meet at Temple Beth Am s Youth Lounge at 9:30 a.m. Mrs Morton L. Perry will moderate "Problems ol Purple Prose—A Discussion of Censorship and Pornography." Panelists will be Dr. Jack Kapchan. professor ot psychology, Universitj ol Miami; Fred Shaw, professor of creative writing. University of Miami, and book reviewer for The Miami Daily News; Morton Perry, member ot the Stale Attorney's Office, assigned to censorship; and Howard Dixon. counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union. an 8 layer "Hero" with Cream Cheese on every layer it Delicious Dreams ComeTrue WITH THE TASTIEST CREAM CHEESE IN TOWN Have Kasha with noodles tonight -mm HASH ^ FREE KASHA COOKBOOK EASY New recipes and menu ideas for modern meals TO and entertaining with Kasha. 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    Page 10-B Page 14-B *Jenist> MhrffdHann Friday. Februcry 28 19B4 By EDYTHE SCHINDLER 1 Conductor Eyes Future of Music for Miami Beach m ....*... A ihirlpon \c\ stlirlv *' I Music hath charms to soothe the'savugc heart, hut it's not doing SucriVgood job on the natives along the banks of the great blue Bay. They're restless. They won't even get together and powwow. And the feathers of one Great Chief have decidedly been ruffled. He's on the war path. Barnett Breeskin. conductor of the Miami Beach Civic orchestra, rejects the "carriage trade" orientation ol the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra company. •The appeal (if the Miami people." Breeskin said. "has been narrow, limiting the scope of their presentations by the high cost of seats in the Auditorium to a chichi clique. I envision a symphony orchestra for the whole area. Then the costs of production could be spread out. "If a conductor and guest artist played one niqht on the Beach, the next in North Miami, then in Hollywood and then in Miami, we could present the best for less. But 'they' won't even sit down with me and talk." The University of Miami has announced that this coming winter >ca cal comedy?" asked Breeskin. The Miami climate enticed Barnett Breeskin to Our -bores some ten years ago. The sun kept its pi imise, but there have been other aspects of the local see' that have been rather stormy. Sometimes control comes hard, especially w-en a member of a proud tribe suspects that the exc vsion and derision confronting him carries ethnic overtones. Perhaps it won't be too many moonbefore the tribes along the banks of the great blue Bay get together lor a pow-wow. Perhaps they will ponder on Where to bury the hatchet—not in whom. Mayor Melvin Richard signs proclamation designating Mar. 4 as ORT Day. With Mayor Richard (left to right) are Mrs. Joseph Oritt, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter membership vice president; Mrs. Irving Romm, Bay Chapter, membership vice president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, Miami Beach Afternoon Chapter president; Mrs. William Fishman, Region membership vice president; Mrs. Henrietta Bolo'in, Greater Miami Chapter president; Mrs. Irving Weiner, Biscayne Chapter membership vice president. (See story, Page 1-B.) B'nai Zion Will Meet Wednesday Florida meeting of Bnai Zion will be held next Wednesday, 8 p.m.. at Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, IL>:;I Washington Ave. Hymen F. Fliegel, former national president of Bnai Zion and noted New York attorney, will be joined by Sam Reiser, member of the National Executive Board, as principal guest speaker.-. More than 2.200 members have joined Bnai Zion during the past few months, according to Herman Z. Quittman, national secretary. Bnai Zion's cultural activities on the American scene include the development of Jewish and Hebrew culture through public discussion, lectures, concerts, scholarship and awards to students at universities for proficiency in Hebrew. Champagne-Tasting Party A wine and champagne tasting party on Saturday night, MOT. 7. at the Deauville Hotel will be sponsored by Bobyn Tubin Chapter, City of Hope. Event will include entertainment, d a n c i n g games an.l refreshments. Meridian Lodge Installs Officers Charles L. Rosenberg, of 5800 SW 19th St.. has been installed as worshipful master ot the Meridian Dalight .Masonic Lodge Other new officers are Maxwell T. Brown, senior warden: Raymond C. Buckner, junior warden: Marion W. Clay, treasurer: Joe A. Campbell, secretary: C. Al Lozito, senior deacon; Robert A. Parkinson, Junior deacon: Raymond Baumeier chaplain; and Jesse A. 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    February 28, 1964 fJcnist OorkUaf) Page 11-B "V to launch 4-Lectixe Series En Southwest legates from the 49 districts of 'he six Southern states of I Southeast Region of the Zionist Organization of America \-.ered in Miami Beach on Sunday for a board of Governors H.ing. Left to right are Gil Rappaport, diiector of the rep:. • Jacgues Torczyner, chairman of *he National Executive Lr.cil, who was guest speaker; Leon May, president of the j.'On; Ben Giller, president of Miami Beach Zionist District; p I. L. Kenen, director of the Ameiican Israel Public Afr ; Committee. >iss Ejected jsident Cf lach Federal on w eh Miami Beat h attorSav. ;ii i. an Association i e ;".il .,an officer and direcnee 1957, was elected presiof the financial institution eek, succeeding Claude A. k,iu. who declined reelection ix years in office. • haw. who was redacted to oard for a new three-year at thf annual shareholders ug, announced his decision to I i the ensuing organizationBeting of the board. assumed th presidency of m Beach Federal after 33 ts, as Miami Beach's first city nager, a post that he entered 5. Waist, who became legal nsel of Miami Beach Federal tly after graduating from University of Miami Law ol in 1935, doted the Assof>t first loan in 1935. The As%  ation's loans now exceed $162 lion. y. 51. he has been a resident 'ianii Beach since 1920 and. in jon to his legal practice as a member of the firm of r, Weiss. Rose and Rosen. :een active in civic, commu^snd public affairs. announcing the election of B, Mitchell Wolf son. chairman hboard, said that "we feel tmely fortunate i n having s. who has been intimately i:ted with Miami Beach Fedsince it activated its charter | began its contribution to the v. of tiie entire Miami area." MILTON WEISS At the annual meeting, other directors named to Bucceed themselves were A. Louis Brown Jr.. executive vice presi ent; Dan I happell. attorney and former state legislator; Rittcr Levinson, vice presides! of Oscar E. Dooly Associates, Inc.. and Arnold Levy, merchant and civic leader. The change in presidents of the Association was effective immediately. Weiss, whose law office is in the Miami Beach Federal Building, plans to continue his ac; tive association with the firm. "The Search for a Way of Life: \:ii\M-. Beliefs and Purpose-" is the theme for a new series of four lecture discussions sponsored by tl VM Y'wiiA of Greater Miami for men and women in the South west area within the 25 to 40-year age bracket. The program, wh'ch will take place on lour successive Tuesday evenings beginnine Mar. 10. is presented by the "Y" as one of many services to be offered in anticipation of a new Southwest Y.M11A Branch facility, and is scheduled for the Community Meeting Room of the new Dade Federal Savings and Loan Association. SW 104th St. and Dixie Hwy. Serving as sponsors for the series are Dr. and Mrs. Richard Alper, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brickman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furman, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Traurig, and Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Viener. Speakers and subjects will be: • "V, lai i' ril ;, i Lif %  Murray Hi ik 10. • "W i Imp ant in Life ron Lip nan stant I'niversitj ol Vliami, Mar 17 • %  u hal i.i in One's Relations with Other People?" {..bin Mordecai Podet, Temple ludea Mar. 24. • "How Does Each Individual Find ins Personal Values, Beliefs and Purposes?" Dr. Robert W. Gables Student To Perform Jerrj Orlin, Sophomore at Coral CableSenior High, will perform a hall-hour program of piano music on Ra lio Station WVCG on Wednesday, 12 noon. The program is sponsored by the Miami Music Club, of which Jerry is a scholarship student. He has appeared on the Music Club's -Young Artist" concert and has performed with the Miami Symphonic Society Orchestra. Jerry is a piano student of Mrs. Peggy Erwin and attends Beth David Religious School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Orlin, of 2014 SW 17th Ter.. Miami. Hively. associate professor of will be a lull discussion • English, University o*Miami, ph a aae < o f the subject-tor the tern Mar 31. '"" %  led bj E.nanuel Tropp, asso Each -ession will be conducted :iate director. Greater Miami "Y." for two hours beginning at 8:15 Enrollment will be limited to 4'/ p.m. Following the lecture, ther. >eople. Beth David Dramatic Group will present a play, "A Drecm urim," on Sunday morning c, Beth David Congregal Fronl R01 • Frci. Taner.ba Alan Schwartz, Mrs. Me and David Stone. EricTuretsky is nol shewn. FLAMINGO KOSHSiH RESTAURANT 743 Washington Ave., M.B. RESERVATIONS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR PASSOVER 2 SEDERS Lunch and Dinner Daily for Entire Passover Week Only $47.50 Per Person CANTOR ZARETSKV O.'FICIAT'NG Make Your Reservations Naw-Call .'E 7.-9961 Dinner now bcinj served from 4 fo 9 p.m. ABt.GfCTER'S MEW KOSHtR > _, ^ ROM WELL HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 20th ST., MIAMI BEACH Famous Cantor Jacob Komgsberg will officiate, assisted by Ben Yomen — 10 voice choir— Religious Services 2 Seders at the Cromwell ^ Celebrate With Us. 20th Anniversary these Passover Holidays. Special Discount Package Plan for a Ocean-View Room—Sect. C, Includes 3 to 4 meals daily during Passover, (dbl. occ. 2 in a room) per person. Extra Special Disconf Deal Up to 49 Days or 7 Weeks March 13 to My 1st $500 per pei s. in addition we will allow 15*. Discount 75 Net $425. Single Occupancy &•• higher. Shares Arranged. Write or Call Direct-ABt CEETEt JE 4-2141, Miami Beach C CO*"D INDI. 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    Page 10-A +Jewist}Fhrkfiar Friday. February 28, 1964 Cardinal Sure Vatican Will OK Stand Continued from Page 1-A • science. The voice of the Church i n religious liberty and our relaCatholics againsl anti-Jewish sen|jons ; (( th(1 j ew j s h p ,.,, p ic is timents and activities stemming awa j re d in universities, in nationfrom the ancient Christian charge .,| ami international organizations, < I deicide. The Cardinal made his statement as the principal speaker at the annual Brotherhood Week luncheon, conducted by ihe Manhattan Region of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and attended by more than 1 000 guests. Leaders of the Protestant, Jewish and Greek Orthodox faith were among the honored personages on the dais and among the of'icial participants, in addition to many leading Catholics. Most t-i the Cardinal's address dealt with the schema on religious liberties and Catholic-Jewish relations introduced at the Vatican Council by AugUStin Cardinal Bea. head of the Secretariat lor the m Christian and non-Christian communities, in the press and elsewhere, and it is being awaited with urgent expectancy. 1 am undertake the dialogue and theological confrontation encouraged in this chapter." He suggested thai the failure of the Council to take up the chapter was not a rejection, that "the delay could he useful." He said "we live in an atmosconvinced we -hall not he disapphere that IS new and good We pojl (cd •• have a sense among ( hnstians. and between Christians and .lews. Promotion of Christian Unity. Carc ()M (hc Unlvcrgitv ,„ dinal Cushing one of the premtramura) HeIdi receive lates at ihe Ecumenical Council. faid he had worked closely with < ardinal Bea. lie emphasized that he was speaking "not as a commentator or bystander" hut as ;. Catholic Bi-hop. He cited ihe fact that the pro. I used schema would absolve Jews it the blame for the death of Jesus and that "preachers and latechi.-ts and liturgists" in the hierarchy would be warned "against anything in their teaching that could offer a basis for anti-Semitism." lie added: "The whole world is ea^er for He expressed "great personal regret that the last session of the Council did not act on the statement and he urged that there be no waiting for the Council to speak officially "before we UM Student Gets Best Drill Banner Howard M. Rosenberg, 1251 Dickcrson Dr., during a ceremony and parade wilh the Army and Air Force Reserve Officers Training of Miami d the Hull' company streamer for best unit in ROTC ;irili and intramurals." A graduate oi Southwest High, the cadet is majoring in business. He expects to graduate in June and be commissioned a second lieutenant in the Army Financei CC'1'1'| of common heritage which we share in various ways. We are in the springtime of new discoveries ol one another He told the luncheon guests that he had helped Cardinal Bea "to build a Social Singles Dance B'nai B'rith Social Singles will hold a dance social at the Casals eager for bianca Hotel on Saturday evening, a statement such as this, as well Single adults over 32 years of age ilor ihe one on freedom of conare invited. ABE C. flNC THE DANGERS OF JOINT OWNERSHIP ^ 'W Bikim Cholim Will Honor A. C. Fine At a progress dinner of the Jew-J ish Convalescent Home of South Florida on Saturday evening. Mar. 14. friends of Abe C. Fine will gather at the Fontainebleau Hotel to present him with an award distinguishing him as "Man of the Vear." Fine came here from Providence. K. I -ome 15 years ago. The Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida, also known as Bikur Cholim. was founded in July, L957 The Home is chartered under the laws of the State of Florida and operates on a non-profit, non-sec tarlan basis -' ~t ^'.T:?, ^ :% % %  ;r^ It's a common m'-i ke, but •' believe that joint ownership eliminates the need for a will, reduces taxes and reduces settlement costs. This is not always true. A substantial gift tax may be due the full value of the property may he subject to taxation at the death of the first joint owner and then lie taxed again when the last joint owner dies and 1 here are many other possible disadvantages and dangers. There may be a better plan, and the Trust Department of Mercantile Xational Bank of Miami Beach and your lawyer are the ones lo consult! 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    9 Friday, February 28, 1964 9JenlstfhrtMar? Page 5-A LITTER TO THE EDITOR Vanocur § CM Dilemma Explained Purchase of S250.000 in Israe' Bonds by ths Bank of Miami Beach, the largest amount acquired by a bank in the history of the bond drive, was announced at the Israel Bend inaugural conference held at the Fontainebleau Ho'^l last weekend. Shown (left to right) are Baion Edmond de Rothschild of France, president of the Israel Bond drive for Europe, who was guest of honor at the conference; Philip E. Simon, chairman of the board of the bank; and Israel's Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir. The purchase was the largest announced at 'he conference. (See s'ory, Page 12-A.) Lavon Affair Explodes Again As Dayan Offers 'Clarification' Continued from Page 1-A about these press reports and also challenged him as to why he had withheld vital tacts in his possession, Mr. Dayan answered a' length, but the speaker of (he House ordered liireply expunged from the record "for .security reasons." However, "Maariv" reported the Dayan version ol the events sur v oading the "security mishap"— ;in occurrence which was never publicly related in detail. According to the newspaper re port. Mr. Dayan staled 'hat the %  mi hap" had actually lake: place long before the dates n %  htioned -earlier, and thai the ol leri leading to the "mishap" had not been issu< d either bj La ron or by a senior officer, but bj "a third factor" who was not identified by Mr Dayan Accord ing to "Maariv." Mr. Dayan claim <(i that he was ••no longer in the army" when that action had been initiated Asked why lie had nol reported what he knew to the Government or to the Knesset's Foreign Affairs 7T OTARION HEARING AIDS • •pair 411 Motet WHILE TOU WAIT lmttrlmt and Mofdi Imperial Hearing Aid Co. 84 N.E. 2nd Ave. 377-1022 J£KmS TKADtS KENT PLYMOUTH CAR — AND OTHER FINE CARS — r tl m m, A WEEK VlL PLUS 8c A MILE • I I 1 Convertible s T %  *m* $20 Week up ABOTT MOTORS, INC. 1451 W. FLAGLER FR 3 6765 and Security Committee. Mr. Davan was said to have replied that. although what he knew was, at the time, "only an assumption." he had made his data known to the then Minister oi Justice, Pinhas %  [• sen. Mr. Dayan said "dates had be?n confused, and when I said neither Lavon nor a senior officer gave the orders for the actions, I meant these orders were issued before the c'at?s attributed te Lavon or to the senior officer." Mr. Daj an w as reported as n tried to bring his inforn to various committees dicussing the entire issue but was not heard and has never been in %  ti %  i i ive his i. sti iy to those "to this daj According to -Maariv," he had revealed his views i"i the first time ;it a i %  the top leaders of the Mapai Part) li aders last Friday, stating that he considered Lavon not reponsible for the "mishap." While the non-confidence motions %  ire pending and slated tor debate n the Kncs-et next week, former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion requested that he be furnished details of the fresh parliamentary debate on the Lavon issue. THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED NEEDS fOK ITS THRIFT SHOP A four furniture, Clolhinq, linens. Dishes, Drapes, tic. PLEASE CALL US FOR PICK-UP THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED THRIFT SHOP 7331 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 696-2101 Closed Saturdays EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: Leo Mincllin's column in your paper under date ol Feb. 14 started off with "I learned a lot Sunday night." It then went on to recall •tidbits ni NBC News Correspondent Sander Vanocur." Mr. Mindlin's comments reminded me of what is commonly referred to as the Monday Morning Quarterback. Particularly as refwas made by him to "abandoning the very purpose of the CJA ila, which he failed to rei raze from the outset. Mr. Vanocur lateraled to himself in a prodigious pass of utter irrelevancy to race away from the bowl and the ball game." Mr. Vanocur was invited to come to Miami as the CJA speaker of the; evening. During the course of the affair. Sidney Lefcourt. president ol the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced that the format had been changed; and whether this was for good or bad. Dr. Irving Lehrman. 1964 CJA chairman, made the appeal. After the drive was completed, Mr. Vanocur was called upon for his talk. He personally told me later that he was prepared for the usual inspiring fund-raising presentation, but he was taken by surprise to learn that his talk was to' %  be anticlimactic. As a result, since the "game was over." the resulting "utter irrelevancy" followed, and 1 believe was well accepted. S. D. ANSIN, President WCKT Television Miami or extortionate userer or a trader, or driver of hard bargains or who deals craftily. The verb, "to Jew somebody' or cheat somebody' or o\ erreach." What are the American Jewish Committee, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, the American Jewish Congress or the Work' Jewish Congress, or any ether body of men of understanding ar.d intellect doing to eradicate such a defaming statement depicting the image of a Jew in such a degrading light? Who is the person or persons re%  ponsible [or writing this descrip tion of the Jew? Don't you think that this should be investigated thoroughly? Don't you think that a legal action could be brought against the publishers by a world body ol Jews such as the World Jew ish Congress? It would have to be a world bod) ecause it takes in all Jews, and the suit could emphasize defamation i f character ol the Jewin general. Whether this bod) v in or not is bar lly the qui It vi ould h it lie issue tu the forefront. HARCLD W. HOFFER Nassau, Bahamas EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: In the latest edition 1959 of the Oxford English Dictionary published b) Oxford University Pre--. Amen House, London K (' 4. Eng I n.l. page 1063, paragraph 2, the iv ing definition of a Jew 1given: "Noun Ipplied to a grasping Leonard Wolt, immediate past master of Miracle Lodge 321, will be honored for "outstanding accomplishments during 1863" at a dinner dance Jo be he-Id at King's Bay Country C!ub on Saturday niaht Feldmans Slated By Moess Chittin Nora and Noco Feldman. internationally-acclaimed singers, wilt be the featured entertainers at the Toronto-Canadian Moess Chittin (Wheat Fund) dinner Mar. 1 in the Grand Cotillion Ballroom of the DiLido Hotel, it was announced by Samuel Himel, chairman. Nora Feldman is a graduate of Santa Cecilia di Roma in Italy and has performed leading parts in i pera houses in that country, as well as Austria. Germany and Israel. 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    I Friday, February 28, 1964 k-nlsii fk>ridlian Page 13-A Veh igious S< ervices Jhis LUeehenJ AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7101 Carlyle ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. ,l n :!S p.m. Saturday B: •". a.m. rnu'.n "The Episode DI the Golden II our Bal ly Hlstoi )." &MAVAT SHALOM CONGREGATION. ?85 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox. Cantor lirael Kershner. %  l.tv h-.so p.m. 'ink! Shabbnl host\lr and Mm. Reuben (luher-.,11 HI honor of their wedding an. -.,:*. Saturday B:J0 a.m. • —— ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th ave. C^n.e r „at,ve. Rabbi Abraham Sch 3ETH DAVIoTl625 SW~3rd ave. Con•ervat've RabDi Norman N Shapiro. Cantor William W LIDSOO. Friday R:13 p.m. Han Mitivah: Wrndx fcSft hl ,r Mi and Mr, I:,,I. ,,' \ah: Julian Steven, son of Mr. and MTU. I: \ lll K Hen. I %  lili'St Y 30 SW J 7,n ave Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. l-riila\ i| n S.il in .|.i CANDLEUGHTING TIME 15 Adar — 6:02 p.m. ik BETH TFILAH, 935 Euclid ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. • BETH TORAH. 164th t. and NE 11th ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip. schitz. Cantor Ben-Zion Kirschen. baum. Friday 1:S0 and R:15 p.m. Purlra aermon: "Hamanlam versus Humanlain." Ha* Mltsvah: Felicia, dauichter "f Mr. anil Mm. Joseph Hack. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Jiar JkliUvah: It-ii-l.-ilt. -on Kt Mr." iincT iff-aTTWr? i Mr. and Mrs, Nathan H. Zwitman. aider Cohen. Cantor Alex* I'hlllliw: Ira, Pred Schrager. ..ii TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW 22 ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M. Machtei. TEMPLE EMrNU-EL. 1701 Washington ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving Lehrman Cantor Hirsh Adler. Friday S:3fl p.m. Baturday 9 a.m Car Ml|svaj)i Wayne, win of Judiri and Mra. Irving typenl Baa Mltsvah Itevcrly, daughter of Mr. and Mra Benjamin < "yi 1 n. B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St. Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter, Cantor Joel Lerner. Friday B:13 p.m. Sermon: "Evaluating the New Testament." Saturday S:.S0 a.m. Sermon: "Portion ol the | the Most." Sermon: "To Stand Up and Be Countu ,';.''" 5" r Hlttvah: Richard, ,.,| •• of Mr. anil Mra. Robert Schultl. TEMPLE ISRAEL. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Cantor Jacob Bornstein. Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "What Ri form Judaism Needs—and Lucks • Let U.S. Stand With Each Other for Genuine Harmony %  i. 3ETH ISRAEL. 711 40th St. Orthodox. CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1544 Rabbi H. Louis Rottman. Washington ave. Orthodox. Rabbi I rlda) 6:03 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Tfirah Bduculion In the I'nited Slates Today." By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF Beth El Congregation The dramatic story 01 Purim e capsuled into two phrases: lrhashmid ulharog"—"to destroj „iu! io kill." Unmans intentions; and "leych knos kol hayehudim" ..i and gather together all the li -." Esther's message to Morthreat of Hainan s destrucign was frustrated bj the • purpose, to which ;ill the • rl 'l he answer to anti.. %  promot ion ol p ition. has been repeated A %  'ur -.•-'ift JewrSh" sin \ i\ ,,l Io T HI ,.:c .low. Tho .Ii they tell us. are com -heop. When times are thej are dispersed and When a wolf attacks, the gather together. It is to n it of the Jew that he does not forsake his people in times of stress. Queen Esther and Morcoold surely have denied ur renounced their faith, and thus set ired themselves from the lmpending pogrom. They chose. however, to risk their lives by linking their own fate with that ol their people. ["here is one aspect of this, hi never, which leaves room for improvement. While it is admirable for sheep to unite in times of danger, it is unfortunate that il takes a wolf to bring them together. The Jews of Persia, our Talmud tells us. had all but lost their Jewish pride and identity. They even came to the party of Acha 5:13 p.m. Saturday R:S0 a.m. Strmon: • u luu is mi Arrow?" 3ETH KODESH 1101 SW lith ave. Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Fred Bernstein. Friday R:13 p.m. Sermon: "Leap Year A Leap in the Dark." Mark Si li.iiz. i. Religious School student, will s|teak "ii "Whal Ml lb Rim Means to M. Mr. and MiJack Stone will host the (.men Shabbat In honor of his Idrtlidn) "ii Keb 29. s.iuu.i:i* s i."i .i in. Sermon: "ll<>M Voui lb ml IliKh. Abraham Strassfeld. • FLAGLER %  GRANADA. 50 NW 51s( pi. Conservative. Rabbi David Roai enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg, hrlday 8:15 ii.m. National Council of Jewish Women Be.bba.th (Sueat Kpeakor: Mrs. Joseph Ubersteln. Das Mltsvah: Phyllis, daughter %  •! Mr. I :iinl Mrs. Samuel Roldberg who will | host tIi. (meg Shubbul in In.nor of their wedding anniversary, isaturda) S:30 .i.m. FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801 E. Andrews ave. Reform. Rabbi Richara M. Leviton. ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th St. Conservative, Rabbi Shmaryaftu T. Swirsky. Cantor Louis Cohen. '* %  da? • %  and 8:13 p.m. I'urim SerM O s H L. CONCHEGATION. I "The II ,\\i.iJewish lli-Hwy. Conservative, lory." Satnrilay |."i a.m Sermon "The I'.i. ..i of ;i (Juld Standard." Sh.ih:..,i I,,.--. ,| |,j \|, m honoi ii Urocheih i v KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid ave. Orthodox. R.-.bbi David Lem field. Cantor Abraham Seif. BETH 13630 W Dixie Hvy R..bbi Simon April. Cantor Hyman Fein. "I \ %  r KJad/ U i. u i-li Women Sabbath. I" ilpit artiest, Mrs. Aaron Parr, \ i> •• chairman, NCJW eampaifin comn Ralibl Lali •! ii/ "If I \'i' I Abandon thi w %  it S;ii -1 %  %  i a.m. I lur M II mn ol Mr ml Mrt \ \|' and M.rs I Shc-i will hot n i i TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative 8703 SW 16th St, Miami. RII-IJI Bl April. Cantor Gershon Levin %  %  : at board chairman. D Combined Jewish Appeal cam paign successful. Must be react only to the cry of Wolf?" would not the -trings Of unity be so much more melodious when play! in conjunction with the ed upon, by the bow of "calm" Club breakfast. instead of "calamity?" What genuine harmony w e would have if we could condition ourselves to stand for and with one another, with equal determination, when times are serene! Who knows, but that this genuine unity might discourage would-be Ilamans from launching a program of pogrom. We have for centuries demonstrated successfully that we can unite under stress. Let us now begin to demonstrate that we can unite without stress. Let us not "cast lots" with our future. Let us rather; at Waldman's Hotel, cast our lot with our fellow Jews ; Guest speaker w ill in all times, knowing no cycles I Frank, of Tel Aviv, of circumstance. Thus will our future not be left to chance, but will instead be secured for all time. St Conservative. Racbi Zevi Green A I. 'I i ii. 1 I i i Si 11 SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645 Collins Ave Rev. Cantor Sadi Nahmias. Pirda> ri p.m. • t a.m. Sermon: "The Stiff Necked l'i 1 TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. 1025 NE "83. cl st.. Miami Gardens rd. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Cantor ol the Brotherhood will Judge ensi ,„*',""'" ,",',', Sermon: "The Broktumea worn by Zamora Religious "> Tablets." Saturday -i. a.m. Itai %  Mitzvah: Norman, f .luilu. and FTldaj Jewish During the program, members School students in the annual Pu-i Mr^Sumuei'Mm^i's.'' I TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI. 12'03 NE 15th ave. Reform. Raohi Daniel M. Lowy. Cantor Chet Gale. :l"i P in. Si rm i in P.ills: The r of Justli %  for Soviet Jewry." Saturday ll a.m. liar Mltsvah: Joseph Uelrod, son "1 M rs. I loi oth; l:i n Myron l*. Uelrod, rim Masquerade contest starting' „„ ,„. Bfcl- TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall 10:30 a.m. Lester S>hapiro is I dr ., g,,. Miami Re 0 rm. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Char'ee Kodner. TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 51 Flamingo Way. Conservative. Rabbi Hyman Gross. I". p.m. N;ti lonal 'ouncll t VVimii n Sahlmth. Q u -' Zionist Club To Hear Speaker Next weekly meeting of the; T ^%TV^-%'JS5. M -i rt ?" B .W, Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon | Morris Skop. Cantor Herman GottTEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLYWOOD. 1361 $. 14 ave. Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. Friday 8:13 p.m. Hermon: "fH'ereom" IIIK our Illusions." Saturday n a.m. Club will be held Wednesday noon be He will discuss retirement projects in Israel for American senior citizens. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will review current events. lieb. BViday 8:1," p.m. National Council lot Jewish Women Sabbath. Sermon: ^ne'"r"'v.' Immortal Jewesses and their | Accomplishments In History." Uuest speaker: Mrs. Robert Hamburg;, NCJW. Saturday l":::" a.m llai Mltsvah: Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. wiii.inAaronson. TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly wood. 1725 Monroe st. Conservative Rabbi Morton Malavskv. Cantor Ernest Steiner. — • — TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsh Cantor David Conviser. TEMPLE B'NAI ABRAHAM. 38. NE 167th St. Conservative Rabbi iqteaker, Mrs. Kmanuel I'aUron, NCJW Saturdaj :• a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of ih. Law." • —— TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Hershel Brooks. Cantor Ben Dickson. Friday 8:13 p.m. Quest speaker: Judjre Frederick .\". Barad. Topic: "Should Capital Punishment be Abolished AcI cording to Jewish LawT" Saturday 8:45 a.in. Sermon: "EitMcfl in Judaism." Har Mitzvuh: Jon K., bull vf Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Pont. TEMPLE ZICN. 5720 SW 17th St. Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. Cantor Leo Urlich. I riday I JO p.m. Ones Bhabbat soonsored by Senior Social Group wlilch ill install new officers, Saturday 9 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: fcfteven, son of Ddr, and .Mi.-. Mortimer Janko. TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry Wernick. Prlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish Rvolution in the l" S." Sisterhood will host Oneg Shnbbat, Saturday 9 a.m Sermon: "Tin Portion of the Week YOUNG ISRAEL. ao NE 171 st Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber Prida} ii p.m Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "With Heads Raisi .I High." OFFICES OF DISTINCTION by PAVLOW r^MBRi .mat Left to riqht are vice president of Federation Joseph M LipS? ana Westview Country Club president Ferd S. Meyer, who were part of one of the foursomes at the annual Combined Jewish Appeal-Westview tournament day fete. (See story, Page 3-A.) Office designs •nd furnishings dlrtct from manufacturer r^M Desks, Chairs, Sofas, Credenzas, Lamps, Everything lor the Office of Distinction Interior design and •pao* planning.



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    Page 10-B tm. Page 12-B +Jen 1st fk>rldl?*r) Friday, February 28. 19 r Dr. Gordis Will Speck Sunday Dr. Robert Gordis. professor of} Bible at the Jewish Theological 5( minary, will bring to a close the current Temple Emanu-El's Breakl;.-t Forum Series en Sunday. Directed by Dr. Irving Lehrin, the scries features as its theme -What Can We Moderns Believe?" Dr. Gordis will discuss "What Can We Modems Believe About | Revelation?" at the closing session Sunday. F( r ten years, Dr. Gordis serv, %  as adjunct professor of Beli .' Columbia Unhersity. He h %  iho been \ i ^it i:\u professor <>i <>!.'. ['estament at Union Theological Seminary, He is past president oi the Synagogue Council of America, the overall body representing l!l uirms of American Judaism. and of the Rabbinical Assembly il America, the national association of the Conservative rabbiii., te. In addition to scores of papers. In is the author of nine books in the field of Biblical research, including "The Song of Songs," •Judaism for the Modern Age" and "A Faith for Moderns." His h.t.est book is "The Root and the Branch." Dr. Sherman Kaplan is chairman of the Breakfast Forum ^'•ries. BENJAMttl GfSINER ABRAHAM WANK NOW OPEN at 11:30 a.m. DAILY V for LUNCH CREAMED CHICKEN A I. King )1£C i'n Potato* I • J STUFFED CAEB'C-1£ Stylo V |.S*ti BEEF GOULASH Broad Noodles u Fresh Vtietable I.bO Mevc Aviv Retirement Exec Due Here Monday Retirement in Israel designed for Americans will be described by Abraham Frank at two public meetings here on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Frank, who is flying to Miami from Tel Aviv to speak Monday evening at Beth David Synagogue, will be here on behalf of the Neve Aviv Retirement Club of Kfar Shmaryahu. He will speak again on Tuesday evening at the Alg ; ers Hotel. Both lalks will be illustrated by colorful slides of Israel, and particularly of the facilities and activities at Neve Aviv. There already are 60 resident members of this unique retirement club, half of them from the United Srites, and the rest from England, Australia, Germany, Canada and other western countries. Less than 30 rooms ar still available in the first building, and plans are under way for construction of a second wing. Representing an entirely new concept in retirement facilities, Neve Avi\ is a combination of luxury residence hotel and private club. The (acilities include individual and double studio rooms with private bath, kosher cuisine, a full social program and complete medical insurance. Frank, who is public relations director of Rassco. the Rural and Suburban Settlement Corporation of Israel, sponsor of the project, has been associated with the Jewish Agency for many years. Further information is available at the ZOA office. 1370 Washington Avc. Frank will also be heard on the Larry King Show on Monday night at 11:15 p.m. Benjamin A. Gebiner, executive secretary of the Workmen's Circle, will complete his trip through the Southern District with a weeks stay in Greater Miami startfiig Sunday. Max Gleiberman. district secre tary and chairman of Miami's Branch 699, said that Gebiner is also editor of the Workmen's Circle periodical, "The Friend."' Vice chairman of the Jewish l-.< bor Committee, he is a member ot the Army and Navy Committee ot the National .ic\>i>h Welfare Board, member of the Executive Committee of American OUT. Director ol the Yiddish Scientific Institute and ;i member oi the Ex< cutive Committee of the World Jewish Con Bress. On Sunday, Gebiner will be guest at the annual Purim banquet of Branch 692 at 25 Washington Ave. Monday, a meeting of the Greater Miami Coordinating Committee Miami Commission Cites Paul Marks Miami City Commission has named Paul H. Marks an "Outstanding Citizen of This Area." The commission moved in a resolution last week to cite Marks •for his dedicated service to this community and this area." Marks, president of Flagler Federal Savings and Loan Association. was cited by the commission for giving "unselfishly and without compensation of his time, etforts and talents" for over a quarter oi a century in various major proj rets. The resolution listed these as including: "in the building ol Downtown Miami through the Magic City Center Plan in his capacity as president of the Downtown Miami Business Council for three years; in Ins cooperation with the Genera] Service Administration and the City of Miami in the location of the 14-story new Miami Federal office building; and setting an example lor other improvements in the downtown area by the construction of the Flagler fed eral Savings home office, with its ample parking facilities, setback and landscaping." The citation also noted Marks' contribution to the Orange Bowl Stadium and the Orange Bowl Fes tival. The A. Leser Forum will hear Gebiner on Friday, Mar. 6, speak Workmen's Circle To Greet Gebiner f ,. „ c-vn-ntivo ig on Tnc Domestic and Inter and Z mb ^tJiLtrT^s Mttawl *"* f ,h<> United Committees of the me "rancnis POT ROAST Froik r.i.i.m.i 1 Q %  1Mb Itni %  • O •# Iandwicht Steaks, Soups, Salads Daily Specials Cocktails f CHANDLERS '21 sf STREET off COLLINS MIAMI BIACM JE 8-0523 Ehrlich Mayor Of North Bay Eighty percent of the registered voters of North Bay Village, the community comprising the three Islands of Treasure, Harbor and North Bay. on the 79th Street ; Causeway, went to the polls and reelected Clemen J. Ehrlich, attor ney, to the City Council. Ehrlich will serve as mayor for the third time. He has been active in community affairs for the past 14 years, having spearheaded the United Fund and Combined Jewish Appeal drives in the Village. /te3t i&5/7r5£fl i£fer Htm I •-. 1 %  -. 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    Page 8-A fJenislh fk-rnrfiain Friday, February 28, 1964 Ruby's Mind By MAX LERNER %  Miami Parents Appeal Florida Bible-Reading Decision %  ""HLTZ:T" 1.4 Uo,, ,s well a* baccalaureate pro.us and religious teat tor teach [f you think of people in terms of paintings, Melvin Belli evokes a memory of Rembrandt Anatomy Lesson, but a garish reproduction, with the lines loo sharp and the colors gaudy. Having told us that the whole world saw Jack Ruby kill l.ee Oswald on TV but that no one saw inside his mind, to note what made him do it. Belli has decided to open Ruby's skull in a courtroom anatomy lesson and show how his brain ticked on that lateiul morning. Except clinically I doubt whether it will prove a particularly interesting mind. By the fact of being a man on the margin of respectability, Ruby seems to condense all the characteristic qualities of the culture, much the way the demi-monde apes the tiatiest and most banal features of the stylish world. He didn't mind making a fast buck, but he was a soft touch for down-and outers He was good to his kinfolk, and good also to the strippers in his club. He spent time in prayer alter Kennedy's death, yet he was also in touch with the shadowy night-world that was closer to the gun he carried than to the God he worshipped. He was a loyal Dallas booster and he hated Communists, but he admired and loved the President of the I'nited States, whatever other Southerners might think ot him. • • • In short, while Lee Oswald was a loner and a crank, Jack Ruby was a> run-of-the-mill as any of the men who will be on his jury. His trimmings were gaudier, but his heart belongs to his culture. The only real difference between him and his prospective jurors was that while many of them might have wanted to kill Oswald. Jack Ruby did it. He was not just a fantasy man. nor a Hamlet sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought. Between the image and the reality, between the thought and the act. no paralyzing shadow tell for him: there was only the thinnest gossamer lilm, and it broke. I am not prejudging his guilt or innocence in legal terms. That JS for Judge Brcwn's jury to decide—if the lawyers will ever agree on one. I am merely guessing that while .Melvin Belli will put on his usual brilliantly dramatic public surgery, the mind he will be exposing to view is probably a thoroughly mediocre one. just as Lee Oswald's was narrow, strident and bleak. I am struck by the pettiness of the agents through whom some of the great historic events get shaped. Oswald and Ruby were small, dreary men. A pebble may start a landslide. We snail all some day be smothered by banality. • • • But Melvin Belli as a courtroom strategist is something else again. His methocs may be vulgar in the sense that he plays to the crowd, but he i-not banal, ills first tactic was to turn tne tables and try to put Dallas on trial, instead of Ruby. He had plenty good pre-trial evidence that the Daliasites blame Huoy lor marring ualias s i public relation, image. When many of the other Dallas stalwarts denied that they had any such thought, it took courage ior someone like Stanley .Marcus to strip away their pretense and agree that most people in Dallas are sensitive about what would happen to its good name U Ruby were acquitted. Doesn't it occur to them that the good name of Dallas was violated onc< and forever before Ruby's act. beyond retrieving, and thai thi %  > %  si tning [or Dallas to do now is to torget about its > ink about justi< Hut whenever Hie jury is completed anil the trial held. Belli has already won .< tactical victory for his client and maae court historj "> intactit ol psychological evidence. Hoy sliafer ol Vale is a great 1!l >' %  and oilier dia sue ti ,.i. in introduced Shafei iindings of bra age in. Ruby, ai.o when later a report by a neutral court-appointed neurologist "i, ,..),., pS y confirmed tm e clinical tin* then s i i littli i< ,i lor tinjurj to do. Both diagnostic tests and the ence] m results air reported to point to a case ol psycho-motor epilepsy, which in tarn is tied m with uncontrollable rage-. What eise .an a detendant want, and what else can an attorney do lor him? • • • I think Jack Ruby will go free, not by the law of the vigilantist spirit, but bj the sheer weight ot expertise. An expert clinical psychologist, an expert neurologist, an expert trial lawyer: these are the men who will more and more count in the jury trials ol the luture %  \< -till need the jury of ordinary men, which Tocqucville felt wad one of the best protections against the mob spirit in America, and one of the best schools for democratic decision. But increasingly they will have the Iindings of the experts to mull over, and their area ol judgment lor themselves will narrow. Continued from Page 1-A court decisions upholding Bible leading, prayer recitation and Other school religious practices. At the same time, the court also outlawed the celebration of Christmas and other religious holidays in public schools, banned the use of school facilities for after-hours religious instruction and prohibited the showing of religious movies on school property. Following the Florida Supreme Court decision, the Miami par1 ents who had brought suit at, tacking the school religious practices appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court on those issues they had lost. Last June, when the U.S. Su' preme court threw out the Pennsylvania school Bible-reading statute in the Schcmpp case and out: lawed recitation of the Lord's Prayer in Maryland schools in the .Murray case, it did not rule in the Miami religion-in-the-schools case, which was also before it. instead, the high court returned the case to the Florida Supreme Court with instructions that it be decided in the light of the Schempp | and Murray opinions. At this point, a group of intervenors in the case. Miami parents who supported school religious practices, petitioned the high court to hear the case separately. This move was rejected by the C.S. Supreme Court, which remanded the case once again to the Florida Supreme Court. On January 29. 1964. the Florida Supreme Court reaffirmed its earlier judgment upholding school Bible-rearing and prayer recita-j Uon. as well as baccalaureate prosus jrams, the pupils religious ccners. 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    V I h t< c. M p U si tc Page 16-A loM ." c* nnrMii^ri Friday. February 28. 1964 Gov. Romney Receives Seminary Award; Dr. Gordis Delivers Friedland Lecture A major obstacle in the path o, educational advancement is "a .icious circle of discrimination" in community life, Gov. George Roniney. of Michigan, stated Monday niiiht at a dinner of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America Discrimination which involves •.jobs, housing and other aspects ol community life" are directly responsible for "many educational inadequacies." Roniney said, addin;; that these cannot be over come by tax resources which normally can afford better educational opportunity. "The ultimate solution clearly most involve entire communities and the families and individuals in these communities," Gov. Romney declared. "Without altering local levels of responsibility and control, state and national effort and resources must be applied. The Michigan Governor, who earlier in the day received from the .Seminary the honorary degree il Doctor ol Laws al a special con vocation at Temple Emanu-El. addressed more than 600 guests at he Seminary's lilth annual convocation dinner held in the DiLido Hotel. A highlight of the convocation program in t'te later afternoon at Temple Emanu-El was the fifth annual Samuel Friedland Lecture delivered by Dr. Robeit Gordis, Seminary Professor of Bible. Dr. Gordis spoke on Isaiah: Prophet, Thinker. World States man." Guests of honor at the dinner were six communal leaders who Rabbis Battle Divorce Ban Continued from Page 1-A the Jewish legal procedure in all countries except Israel where, he said, it was a custom and not Jewish law. He also pointed out thai the Boston rabbi had acted in accordance with Jewish law under the Conservative Beth Din He added that there had been no reply to his second letter. Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, executive vice president, said that the man in the case had received a Jewish divorce from an Orthodox rabbi in the United States and that his document, bore only one signature, but it had been accepted by the Israeli rabbinate. DO YOU WANT A GOOD DINNfR? Go To tGolden Fountain Restaurant; COMPLETE DINNER $1.25 IflfltlfltllS Sli-.iu IM Ir\ SllMl'l, %  '• [2235 W. Flagler NE 4-7182; Banquet Facilities All link Inn i |<ce president of its faculties, conferred the degree upon Gov. Romney at the afternoon convocation, which was attended by 1,000 per sons. Dr. Max Arzt. also vice chancellor ol the Seminary and Israel Gcldste in rro;,-, ol Practical Th eologj in the Seminaiys Rabbinical School, was presiding officer of the academic exercises. Rabbi Morris Af'er, spiritual leader cf Congregation Shaarey Zedeck, in Detroit, presented Gov. Romney for the decree. H? also introduced the Governor after delivering a brief address at the ensuing dinner. Dr Irving l ehrman wr'tnal leader of Temple Emanu-El, host synagogue, offered the opening praver, and Rabbi Mayer A-bramowitz. spiritual leader ol Temple Menorah in Miami Beach, delivered the benediction. Dr. Greenberg presented the Community Service Award to the recipients at the dinner Gabriel Hcalter. veteran news caster and Miami Beach comnwn al leader, was chairman and toastmaster ol the dinner. Gabriel Heatter. toastmaster of the dinner, looks on at Jewish Theological Seminary of America Convocation on Mondav evenina at ueft to riqht) Gov. George Romney. of Michigan who received the Seminary's Doctor 01 Laws decree: Lmil Mor'on. recipient of a National Community Se.-vice Awardand Dr. Simon Greenberg. who conferred the degree on the Governor during a la'3 afternoon session in Temple Emanu-El. SINCE 1924 NORTON GRAND OPENING SALE INSTANT CREDIT. ALWAYS NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES ON ACCOUNTS TO 90 DAYS FREE MOUNTING TIRE CO. PRICES AT ALL STORES RFGoodrich SPECIAL AT ALL STORES CDEC -'" %  "•••"•'•••• •' TKCC imiMt, IriL.I ,.!•• NEW B.F. GOODRICH COMMANDER 220 LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES IOUI CHOICI Of: Tube-Type 670x15 710x15 760x15 Blackwall 12.95 15.45 16.45 Whllewall 15.45 18.45 19.45 Tubeless 670x15 750x14 15.75 17.45 710x15 800x14 16.95 19.95 760x15 850xi4 18.95 21.95 All prices plus Fed tan SI 59 to $2 25 and your old tire 800x15 I 820.IS AT LOW. LOW PRICES Built with truck tire tough Super-Syn rubber and all nylon cord! NEW 750x14 $12.95 800x14 $13.95 NM *.d. < %  S3 02 M 1.2S %  Md fir* ... ymur


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    ORT Day Wednesday; Dade Mayors Release Proclamations for Event OKI Day 1064 will be observed Mar < by the Southeastern Florida -' %  ii'n of Women's American Organization for Rehabilitation Ihii".; Training, who will join i MI members in 450 chanters time oat the nation in marking llll' • 'It Gi Farris Bryant. Mayors Robert • ng High. Melvin Richard. ( hue) Hall. Shepard Bread and Ck-n Ehrlieh, will join top ofI'ii.:• throughout the country in arin| Mar. 4 ORT Day. I: proclamations included I'l'" • t L> ndon B. Johnson's pra %  'i Women's American ORT lor "I tiding hope and confidence in i: % %  handicapped by lack of techr .1 or vocational training." \i %  : William Fishman is Region vice president, and ORT Day chain an. Mrs. Louis Baron is regioi | resident. Mi* Florence Kupperman is region c president and education coon .tor. The region's 13 chapters Dade and Broward Connlies I : e planned functions on the day. heir goal is to recruit new members who are needed to aid ORT • program of rehabilitating the ; —poverished everywhere in the % %  world. The activities includ< Ba> Chapter—Champagne party ol "V ne, Women and Song" at HARRY AND IRIS MUfSON the home of Mrs. Harold Dudoll. 4 Palm Island. Mar. 4. 1 p.m. Speaker. Mrs. Paul Wilson. Biscayne—Tea at Morton Towers Coffee Shop, 1 p.m. Documentary firm. "Mission to Saraz." Chairman. Mrs. Ira Weiner. Coral Gables — Luncheon at King's Bay Yacht Club, at noon. Speaker, Mrs. F.dward Blackmail. Chairman. Mrs. Ben Green. Greater Miami — Coffee at the Tropics Hotel, 8 p.m. Documentary film, "Come With Me. My Brother.'' Speaker, Mrs. Louis Baron. Chairman. Mrs. Clara Van N'ess % %  Greynolds Park — Brunch and fashion show by clamor Pants at home ol .Mrs. Alan Ronianer. li)41 NE 18rith Tcr. Documentary film. "Mellah." Speaker. Mrs. Harold Schneider. Chairman. Mrs. Warren Lash. %  Hollywood—Champagne party. 8 p.m.. at home ol Mrs. Joseph Swimmer. 3119 Filmore St. Documentary tilm. "Mellah." Chairman. Mrs. Moiton Kriss. Islanders—Colfee at the home of Mrs. Joseph Kanter. 1310o Ortega Ln„ Mar. 5, 1 p.m. Speaker, Mrs. Florence Kupperman. Chairman. Mrs. Joseph Kanter. M.B. Afternoon—Brunch at Blair House. 11:30 a.m. Documentary film, "Come With Me. My Brother." Speaker. Mrs. Joseph Wilkes. Chairman, Mrs. Joseph oritt. No. Dade—Fashion show at home ol Mrs. X. B. Solomon. 17520 NE 7lh Ct., 8 p.m. Speaker. Mrs. Henry Gilbert, president. Chairman. Mrs. Emanuel Seigel. No. Miami—Tea at home of Mrs. Gordon Randeil. 19322 NW 23rd Ct 8 p.m. Skit by drama group. Chairman. Mrs Howard Freed So. Miami—Luncheon and fashion show at home ol Mrs Alan Tannen, 7345 SW 133rd Tcr. at noon Chairman. Mrs Murray Heiken. Southwest—Coffee and fashion shov at home <>i Mrs Jack Fils. 8950 SW 19th St Documentary film. Mellah. Chairman, Mrs. Herbert .lacobson. Mufson Hosts Wife Iris In Honor of Her Birthday on' I the brightest social events r. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Usi Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hal perin. Mrs. Jack Ablin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Den Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. E. Allot Pallot, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Laxer Among the well-known personalities from the world of show business who joined the festivities included Mr. and Mrs. Alan King. Jane and Goodman Ace and Harry Adler ^Wonderful World of CIA' Luncheon Set Here Mar. 10 SEt RUATtD PHOTO PAGi 2-B \ dollar a week, or a $52 contri Sernaker and Mrs Sol Silverman, the Women's Division of announced that the program for Combined Jewish Appeal, that'the Women's $52 .Minimum Gift Hie theme of the -Wonderful Luncheon would have as its guest World of CJ A" Luncheon to beheld )( ,., k ,, | Herbert J. Garon. New at ihe Algiers Hotel on Tuesday. ,„.,,..„,„ attorney who participated Mar 10. a was announced bj Mrs. j(i |h(1 ,,,._, ,-, A young Leadership Kk Kataman, chairman Slmiy Mls>l „ n ,„ Israel Cochairmen for the event. Mrs Music Will be provided by Olga Hamerschlag, Mrs David Bibor stern. (the w oman s Wor/J "Ofewish Floridbiaiti Miami, Florida, Friday, February 28, 1964 Section B Miami Mayor Robert King High proclaims Mar. 4 as ORT Day in honor of the 84th anniversary of the programs of Organization for Rehabilitation Through Training. Members of the Coral Gables, Southwest and South Miami Chapters meeting with Mayor Hiah are (left to right) Mrs. Ben Green, membership vice president. Coral Gables; Mrs. Sam Sapiro, honorary member. Coral Gables,Mayor High, holding the ORT Day proclama'ion; Mrs. Ken Rosen, South Miami member; Mrs. Fay Klausner. president. Coral Gables Chapter; end Mrs. Ernest Sohnen, vice president, South Miami Chapter. 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    Fridcy, February 28, 1964 kwisti florid for MR. AND MRS. IRVING SCHATZMAN Aduti Hebrew Classes On Thursday evening, Mar. 5. 7HO p.m., the second in a series of eight classes in adult Hebrew will u. conducted at Temple Sinai. Divided into one class for the beginner in Hebrew, and an intermediate class, information on the course is a\ailable at the Temple ollice. 'World's Fare 1 Luncheon Set By Temple Israel \ enjoyable afternoon is being ** nm "j !" planned lor those attending the ? amucl Wel annual donor luncheon of Temple lsra< I Sisterhood of Greater Mi;< m i. i i food, as well as the entertainment for the afternoon, will be in keeping with the international flavor, featuring Bill Jordan and Iii— twin pi.uuis an,I the songs of i i Bergere star Lynda Gloria. oi the Dm Oui Paree Sinn' at the Carillon Hotel. \lr,s. Sidr.'.s Kaflel is chairman ol the luncheon, which i> being held on Wednesday noon. Mar. 18. in the Cafe Le Can Can ol ihe Carillon Hotel. v will be a number of surprises, including prizes brought •from Europe by Mrs. Max Mat?. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Robert Saltman or Mrs. Aaron Kanner. Schatzmans Will Be Honored On 50th Anniversary Fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Irving (Rose) Schatzman will be celebrated at a banquet dinner given by Miami Beach uiers Hotel. Lodge of B'nai B'rith on Wednesday, Mar. 25. ii:30 p.m.. at the AlDr. Irving Lehnhao, spiritual leader of Temple Rmanu-F.l, will be guest speaker. George J, Talanolf. past president of Beach Lodge, will serve as master of Current president, ner. is chairman of entertainment, which will feature the well-known soprano, Carol Donn. Currently serving as chairman of membership, Schatzman is a past president of the lodge. He .also president of the Forty Miners oi Temple Emanu-El. Schatzman is past president of Miami Beach Apartment Association and past president and chairman of the Chicago Club here A member of the Temple Emanu-El Board of Directors, he is on the board of the Greater Miami .lew sh Federation and has been actively identified with the Israel Bond drive, Jewish .National Fund and Zionist Organization of America. He is a member of Hibiscus Lodge ol the Masons and the Elks. Arrangements Committee, in addition to Weiner, includes Gerald Schwartz, president-elect; Theo dore Trushin, Jack Jink. Gershon Miller. Michael Sossm and George Kronengold, past presidents; and Joseph Goodman, vice president. Mrs. Drucker Will Be Guest Artist Judy Drucker, lyric soprano, will be guest artist at the annual life membership tea of the Miami Beach Chapter, Brandeis Univer-1 sity National Women's Committee.' on Thursday. Mar. 5. 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Monna T. Kline. 3500 Flamingo Dr. Mrs. Drucker studied with Arturo di Fillippi at the University ol Miami, where she received her degree in music. She is currently working toward.a Master's degree at the university and directs the art gallery al Temple Beth Sholom. Dr. Paul Csonka will accompany Mrs. Drucker at Ihe piano in a pro-ram oi semi-classical numbers, including songs from 'Wot Side Story," Israel songs and operatic arias, Dr. Csonka. originally from Vienna. where he was conductor of the Salzburg Music Festival, is the' former conductor of the Havana Symphony and Havana Opera Com! pany. He now conducts the Miami Opera Guild under Dr. di Fillippi. Mrs. Samuel C. Brown, life mem-: bership chairman, will preside. Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg is pro-, gram chairman. Rabbis' Wives Attend Brunch Mrs. Solomon Schiff, whose husband is president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Assn., last week, was hostess in her home at a brunch. Guests, all married to rabbis, participated in a discussion on various aspects of the role of rabbis wives in the synagogue and com m unity Attending were Mesdames Mayer AbramowitZ, Murray Alstet, Samuel April. Simon April, llershe! Brooks, Jonah Caplan, Leon Kroni-h. lr\ ing Lehrman, Eugene LabovitZ, Daniel I.ouy. Joseph RaCkOVsky, Norman N Shapiro. Nathan Zuitman and David Rosenfeld, Bazaar Opening At Ner Tamid Konigsberg Due At the Cromwell For it20th anniversary. Abe Gefter's Kosher Cromwell Hotel is announcing Cantor Jacob Konigsberg. who will officiate at Passover religionservices assisted by Ben Vomen, music director, and bis ten-voice choir. Gefter's new Kosher Cromwell is on the oceanfront at 20th St.. an.i boasts a huge salt water pool, cabana area and wide stretch of private beach. All rooms are air-conditioned, individually controlled, with free 21inch television set and radio. Guests are given access to the cabana area with free chaise lounges and mats. 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    c -• %  %  ( E i & I & i ;: : M ] 0 b d 0 •A s •1 a J! C i it C Page 4-A *Jenitfrhridiar Friday. February 28, 1964 -Jewish Floridian OFFICE and PLANT — 120 N.E. Sixth Street Telephone FR 3-4G05 Teletype Communications Miami TWX %  C MM 396 *--' Second-Clan PoBttge Paid al Miami, PloiWa. Th. Jewish F.oridian ha. absorbed the J.w^hUni^a^nd FRED K. SHOCHET Editor and Publisher LEO MINDLIN Executive Editor SELMA M. THOMPSON Asst. to Publisher ISRAEL BUREAU Sheraton Hotel — Tel Aviv. Israel RAY U. BINDER Correspondent The Jewlah Floridian doea nol „:,.,.„.the ****** ,„ %  the merchandise M.IV.M :.-. % %  in > %  "i"'""-SUBSCRIPTION RATES: O„eY„r 5 00 ""' ^h,.. V.jr. •.( Out of Town Upon Request Volume 37 Number 9 Friday, February 28, 1964 15 Adar 5724 Religion and Morality To Keynote Seminar Affiliates of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations will be gathering here this Sunday for an all-day symposium on the general theme of "Religion and Morality." The seven Reform synagogues in the South Florida area will participate in aspects of the discussion as they relate to the contemporary American scene. See Pages 6-7A.) Joining the UAHC Southeast Region here will be Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath, national president of the Union. The symposium will highlight the role religion can play today in narrowing the huge chasm between that which we practice and that which we preach. The significance here is manifold: The disparity in our moral posture is personal. It is also national, which is to say that, as a nation, we have wandered from the path of fundamental democratic principle. If affects, as a conseguence, the wholesome growth of our young. If this last concern may not receive an overwhelming snare of the symposium's consideration on Sunday, it will certainly play a major part. For as all of us recognize, it is upon the future generation's moral development that the nation at large builds its hopes and aspirations. This is also true of our hopes and aspirations as Jews for our Judaism Without the TSSS&JkSS' A f w rldw de ?*? !" of proper education of our children in the high!" *3 na stools designed to help build and est principles of Jewish history and ethics, "build human lives by teaching modern we can hardly contribute toward the perpe!" L ve a **&•<* ade P ut some tools &f nation of our 5.000-year-old tradition. ,nto .. the knowin 9 ha nds of a young adult just J starting out, and each of them has been afThe UAHC symposium here Sunday forded the opportunity to achieve a productive should certainly provide much stimulating and self-sustaining future. Hjnfek ORT Day Wednesday South Florida Region of Women's American ORT will join the nation in celebration of ORT Day on Wednesday. ORT, or Organization for Rehabilitation thought for those who will be participating. This is what ORT has been all about in its 84 years as a vocational training agency of the Jewish people. Today, ORT maintains some 600 training centers and workshops in 22 countries on five continents. In Israel, ORT began with a student body McNamara's Statement Pinchas Lavon Again We note with interest the revival of the Lavon fiasco in Israel. This skeleton in the closet of Israeli politics saunters out of its unoi 665 discharged soldiers end wounded percomfortable hideaway every once in a while sons in 1948 an d by 1962 had 16,227 students to embarrass the nation and its leaders. enrolled in 144 installations. Minister of Agriculture Moshe Dayan's South Florida Women's American ORT is sudden impulse to speak out on the question faking a substantial contribution toward asagain is as politically motivated as was the sis, ing 'he World ORT Union in the fulfillment Lavon "resignation" some ten years ago, when ,s highest purpose. Pinchas Lavon left the office of Minister of Defense, which Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion took up in a dual capacity. From this distance it is speculation, but Tne statement by U.S. Secretary of Desafe speculation, that Dayan spoke out last fense Robert McNamara that our nation is deweek less as a consequence of his need to let !" ned to keep peace in the Middle East "explain" what took place at the time than su gg e sls cause for both confidence and conbecause he remains dissatisfied with the share cern given the younger leaders, among whom he On the one hand it ic „ • counts himself, in the government of Israel warning to any Z^l^Z^ZtT ,0da !,0 hat the United States wilTS^n .mme* Gen. Dayan made this eminently clear ia,e han d in halting the eruption of a war last June, following the sudden resignation of ,ner eMr. Ben-Gurion; and the reversing of his deOn the othpr hnr>A ;. ., cision not to join the new Eshkol coalition ready unhappyConclusion S w\' he al l ee Tt *2 r" tha< he h d b6en m llified iS ,aki ^ S2l .Se re2atedhrl?^' 0 ? by behind-the-scenes promises of greater purby Eqvp'ian Stronnman M ? ,S V01ced pose for the "revolting young Turks." against Israel. 9 NaSSer ior a war That he speaks out today indicates that This mav verv woll the promises have not been kept. Minister of rapidly approachinr, thi "^l ,' Nas Agriculture Dayan remains precisely what his B^^SSfcSUSS P in Where h cabinet post implies—and perhaps a little less M than that. Hence, the resurrection of the dead, ne has ever refused to believe that the reemergence of the Pinchas Lavon case. he Wl11 ,r y wh en he feels sure he can Tt, never satisfactorily explained or concluded, to McNamara statement possibly mean "h time is near. S ,he ser is he beshake the stability of the coalition. during the week as i see it • • • by LEO MINDLIN JHE STATE of Israel Bond %  national inaugural banquet Saturday night at ih ( Kontaincblcau Hotel did not stint for exciting moments As in previous years, the banquet presented layer upon layer of spectacular personalities irr the ficWs of government and the arts. Israel Finance Minister Pinchas Sapir offered a rundown on his country's economic achievements. His telling statistics included these bits of information: Some 170.000 immigrants have come into Israel during the past three years; by the end of 1969, a total population of 3.000.000 is anticipated; the young nation's exports will be nudging the SI.300,000,000 mark at that time. Added together. Minister Sapir's presentation suggested unprecedented growth during the years ahead, with capital Investment funds from State of Israel Bonds playing a pivotal role in the development of those areas best capable of accommodating the newcomers. Such expansion of course involves the country's as yet untapped areas, and primarily this means the Negev, the cogent key to Israel's tomorrow. Those who have seen the Negev. the real Negev, which lies considerably below Becrsheba. the average limiting point of desert travel for most tourist-, know that the challenge comes close to exceeding human capability of conquest. The terrain is fantastic in the fundamental meaning of the word. A blasted lunar landscape "f red. purple and sand-colored rock marked by mountain swellrising a thousand feel and more above the ground seeminglj bar the possibility of future habitation. THE NATIONAL WATER PROJECT A T LEAST, these things would bar the possibility for people !i : its !' :• in the face ol the achievement of Israi her i doubt thai they will prevail, and tl I :dedicated to this end. That thi v I animosities to meet at < ain the project demonstral -_ nition of the Negi to l*r.-ul i I • %  ,ly to bl significant portion lation cussion "i the project.' pai %  u I S di i isii n i" i o ibilitj "i atomic energy to in, thi thi world. L'.S. Sen. I Mr, Sapir to the rosi and > for an obliging word, particularly if he n many times before In this singular spirit, he told hii.r story of the emperor's suddenl) marred diamond, whose jew< could m>! remove the blemish, save for one enterprising fellow managed to integrate a scratch on the face of the diamond the pattern ol an etching he designed in the shape of an exqi rose. PREDICTIONS ABOUT JEWRY'S DURABILITY QY THIS, the Senator suggested Israel's cunning, which turnover%  whelming disadvantages into miraculous achievements. Mere, he recounted the talc of an Arab diplomat who came to him years before in an effort to coerce Israel into taking back a large number of refugees. When the Senator refused to use what influence he might muster, the diplomat warned him that someday American .lews would get tired of supporting Israel's developing needs. "1 predict.'' Sen. Kibicoff safely declared, "that the Jewof America will never grow tired. As long as there is a Jew anywhere in the world, he will share his crust of bread with his brethren in Israel, no matter bow small the crust may be." And then, taking up Minister Sapir's theme, the National Water Project, he said: 'There aren't enough Arabs on the face of the earth to stop Israel from irrigating her southland." In a parting shot suggesting the eternal nature of the Jew. the Connecticut Democrat surmised about Jewish durability: "When Communism is I memory like every other tyranny that has marched across the world, the l.ilmud and Torah will still stand as shining exan ui Israel s achievement." It remained for the guest of honor. Baron Edmond de Rothscmid. <" take up where Minister Sapir left off. The Baron's quite the mosl remarkable add.es„f the evening and. indeed oi tne very lucid and meaningful ones I've heard on the subject Israel economic and industrial requirements. ACHIEVEMENT Of ISRAELS BEST INTERESTS | FOUND n difficult m so huge a hall to react to his persona "WI his familj historj Nearness and a sense of intimao ." M l ; i V IK h """ %  -' Vnd '" a clear matter ol record thai has mud, history m his lineage toward which one can easily r. I ne kind ol warmth and empathy that the sheer size ol l a f ra : Nevertheless, Baron Rothschild showed ""'<> understanding ol current affairs when he pointed to [sri owensc spending as representing fifty percent of her total budget, n this Hard he suggested thai the purpose of investment d „,';';,; y """" nat '0" the wherewithal to achieve financially ^sasr^ beyond her r ach in thc fac; f *n Annv"!!! 1 '!^,'.."'!'.! 1 '"'"" B R ke f ,he complex purpose of Israels tVe',u,'ui,:' ,, ; l n:, K^ Si ke the father of thc %  *" forei to the -, mi ',-! ?? ?l "f** 1 Principal among these, in addition an. to ,? f Ea8tern Jewr y and a massive cultural transthe European continent, was American expertise as the "! .'•'' 01 Israel S projected technical enternri^e pla life > %  technical enterprise. your Mns •*••--• nWd ,0day Baron Rothschild declared. skills for ?i!!" r """"'; o ns i,nd V0l,r nephews to lend their technical tween I •,'.. .V.'''" I is ,his he said that will be the link be'ween Israel and the diaspora tomnrmu, the bond wh of "-I/O 'irwl i "viin-niidi iiiMdiii inmi us, wm %  { %  thai indicated anew the effectiveness of Ihe Se Andf|.?K the coUecti v imagination of Americans every import-,nee i i i "" Ve a "' which MUmes the ultimate position i "..nc 0 ,| U achievement of irai>. h„c in.r,.sts



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SHEVIN, UDoDMAN K HOLTZMAN quired to presenl ait) clalnm an •• ,,,.. ,i Tl'\li:i.; ii.1fi duPonl Attorneys for Gladys Berg mantis which you may have against ii..|iHinr' Miami hloild.-i mid rile tli-> J4 Seyls.ld Building the estate of MAX HOODMAN .1, • .' '," v >\ ]';; ,',!';, %  the Miami 32. Florida ceased late of Hade County, Kl...-I.la. '"-.'" ; ,.",'• %  ,.„ -,„„ %  ,.„ ,., i„ 2 7. 14. 2S to the County ges of Ijuda C i\^ U t \,\. %{, "„"!' m""^,,-, I,. | ty, and file the same in tluplical IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT SffLj? sVitu'Je^ in" llo-R-'of'l IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, '• •'.' '.''. !."" l l ,,V.'r-'!',Vv '''' ''' nrcuit tWrt,' Dade County. Kl.a-lda PVUY P R AariLA •" •• -'..'••'„ ,,„.,I IT L BLOOMBERO *|>c ut Clerk I r„r Appttcanta^ ^ ^ ., ( STVNI l:v : io 6DMAN .'.:-N \\ 82nd Sti t Miami, I'l-'i id-1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE M ,„ ,i .M:;M .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 1540 111.MA VICTORIA I'RQt'lZA, I'l ilntiff, I I. SI, 24, ': 8 FLORtDA. IN PROBATE No. 61949-A In RE: Estate of HARRY TELLER, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All I'ersons M i\ inu i 'lainior I > in..inIA Said Kstati Vou are hei *> notified ind n quired i" i-i.-.ni an) claimand demands which you ma) have againsi the ewtat HARRX TELLER, dei.th, i u !-• the allegations in %  CoinpUilni "ill lie taken as confess, ,-d l>\ i-uit, and il l'.-. I-..I'l-Cm he ouiity ourthouse in Bade Coun*„ „., .... '>• Florida, within -i\ calendar h ., ,_ .. months rrom the lime -f the flrsi '". the same "ill ""(i", 1 .,".,.;,, publication hereof, he l,-ii red. .n iSKPH T. MAN Ill'TH B. • %  'I 'I 'MAN Kxecutoi CAIDIN ^RoTHKNBKRt! Attorneys for Kxecutors Miami. Klorldti ::.i.', Blscuyne llttildlng 2 7. II. 21, 28 ihil^tli da) if l.i.i n., r>, iin.l i.i I.XNIKL I'RQI'IZA, Defeiiduut. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION \l VNt'KI, l*RQl fZA, I I --v h .-,ln C.O Hi S.) %  • %  i '.,i -,ii Colorado, ftt M INTEL TRtjTIZA, I v -'Itlt Ordn. C.O. |.;.S.i l'i Cai ilorndo, re rvuuired a wei to the Complaint f"i >i with ill. i'l' rk ,,f ib. alsivi I ml serve a copy thereof upon |\.i '' KEORETTI, Attornev, •!"• %  ingress Hldg ll l N'.K 2nd A> • I ,,i i,:.i. on m i" f"i • ll" %  In) of March, I9B4. or else • mill • ill l„ taken as confessed n LEATHERMAN, t'l.-ik ol Hi • Clrcull Com t Miami. Florida. I..II .' p. COPEt.AND, Deputy Clerk. 1 I I, 21, SS, I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE" .EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 1364 :i'i i A M FERNANDEZ, II' ntllf. vg. P T"i: II. FERNANDEZ, I '• %  -. lidanl NOTICE OF PUBLICATION }. HECTOR ll. FERNANIiEZ Foar V\ Inds and Si-vt-n s'.a Ri taurnnl II.-. | San Juan San Juan. l*uerto Rica ll\ HECTOR II. FERNANDEZ, r Windand Seven Sea RcstauIt. Hotel San Juan, 8 a n J u a n |rto Rk-ii re required i" file yoi f" • ito the • 'omplalnt for I 'i orce, |li the %  !. rk of the above Court, -"• n cop} thereof upon Qlno |N-ni. Vttorney, 910-11 Congress Tiding, Miami. Florida, on or before !"li da) ol March, 1864, or else "i-i-' liu \i in he taken as onfei d lat, ,1 K,.|,i r .,, v .Ml,. 1964 E l: LEA ["HERMAN, Clerk, • -. I lade i 'ount) Florida r. I' P, COPELAND i'. put) Clerk 2 ;-U-21-28 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICK is HEREBY HIA BN thai the undersigned, desiring t" engage in business under the fictitious name ,.f KIRS BY KNOEL at Suit.; l. 120 Lincoln l'..-ad. Miami Bea< h, Fta ml. ndt glste* said name with the Clerk "f the Circuit Court of is County. Florida. l-.IM'Sli: KNOEU Stde Owner l-AI'l. KWITNEY -II VEHSTEIN, KWITMA A i :i II 'i .is \ | in ne) for Aiipllcant 120 Lincoln Road t () n| s i; NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY No. 64 C 1387 ISAYNEI.L OBSJARDINS. Plaintiff, vs. Kl K1ER BBS.IARI 'INS. Def.'iidanl. — SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO: ROGER liKS.IAKl'INS %  J l-nii|'H-> Si i eel NVwmgrki i. New Hampshire Y. %  11 Roger Desjardlns. are hereby notified thai a BUI of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed against you, and you are required t" serve: % %  > copy ,,i your Answer or Pleading t" tne t-ni ,,i Complaint on the Plaintiffattorney. Unslee R Fertile, Suite 802-204 -::ir, BW LeJeune Road, Coral Uables, Florida SS1S4 and file tinoriginalI Answer or Pleading In the office of the ci.-rk ..i the Circuit Court on or before the 9th da) of March. IMJ. If >R1DIA.V DONK \NI' ORDERED al Miami, Florida, this Mh da) .-f Februarj A '"' i':'"l' LEATHERMAN, Clerk, Circuit Court, Dade County. Hm-ula ,,,,,1, By: C P. COPELAND Deput) t'l. rk VINSLEK i: FBRDIK Suit.202-204 2.113 S\\ l-.-.i. im, Rond Coral Uabli -. Flu 13134 Telephone 448-26D W M .,|. M ty, and file the same in duplicate and as provided In Bectlon 7",.: 16, l-'l,,iid.i Statutes, In their offices in the County Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, within six calendar months from the time of the first I publication hi reof, uj. the -am,uill I be barred. Dated al Miami. Florida, this lltli ,1.,. of February, A.D 1964. LORRAINE KRAL'SS As Administratrix First publication of 'his noi i, % %  on the Mill da) ,,f February. 1961, SKYMOTR l.i'N'1'i i.N Attorney for Administratrix 77.' N.W. '.nil Street 14.21, --. 61 (ni.-. in ili.-ii offices In the Count) I Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, K II LEATHKRMAN, tlerk III MARtiTKRITK MoltFoRD 2 :'l--'^. 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR" IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 62236-A In RK Kstati ol I VCOIt R( ISENBKR": a U a .1 \CK ROSS ll k a JACK Ri IS'ENBKRI ;. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltots and All Persons Having Claims ,,, Demands Against Said Kstati : Vou ., .li, reb) nol ii i'-,l and re quired to presenl an) claims and d< • man,lwhich vou ma) havi againsi Hi. -i. i JACOB ROSKNBKRtl JACK Rt >SS a k a JACK Rl >SKlii.-li you mai have againsi the KNBKRti, de eased late of I'a-le estate of ISIDOR HATER deceased County, hlorlda. to the Count) Judges late "i had,County, Florida, to the ,.i Dade County, and fib County Judges .-f liade County, and In ditplli'tite ..nd aprovided in Sei file iii. same In duplicate and as nrolion 7:; IK, Florida Statutes, In II I vided In S.'.UMII 7.13.16, Florida Staoffices In the Count) Courthouse u IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61720-C In RE: Estate of ISIDOR HATER Be NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ti, All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Bemands Againsi Said Kstttte: You are hereby notifietl and retiuir' ,-,l t. present an) claims and demuntls H I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION wiiiiin -,\ calendar nionths from the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I ''"-".'•' "'•' '"•' publication thereof, ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF I -r th.-am,will lie barred FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE Dated ut Miami, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 1233 JAMES P McliALE, Plaintiff, SANDR \ McHAl.K, I '.I.ml.int. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TI l: SANI IRA McHOl.K 120." Ingrnham N W. Washington, D. C and Tt I SANDRA McHALK ,• ., lieneral Bellvei > Washington, l • C. You, SANDRA McHALK are hereby notified that n C plainl for I'ivorce has been filed against you, and you are required i, ser\ your Answer or i'leadiug I il.i \ ol I .1,11, a 1 V, 1964, s FREDERICK i: BCHKR AAdministrator i "i'.\ First publication of this on notice ,,ii ih,7ih ila) of Febl liar). 1964 AitONOVJTZ, SILVER .\. SCHER (07 Ain-l.v I'.l-IMiami. Fla. Attorneys for Administrator CTA :• 7. M, 21, 2S Dade County, l''l,,,i,la. within six calendar months from thi I I the iii -i publication hi reof, or <>' %  < same will be bai :-':i:i North Kroute I imi are hereb) notified and requlrrou hereby notified ami requlr \\eiuie Homestead Florida, and tile i eil t> present any claims and .I.-man,Is ed t, prest-nt any claims and depiaJidn in,. i.i-lWlnul insurer or Plemllna in which you may have against the which you may ha\e against the he office^.f the Clerk of the Circuit £'t f _*A*V FRIML d,,-.,s",l estate of IjlTH STKINI'i: ,1, a-e.l late ol Dade County, Florida, late m Dade County, Florida, t.> th.i,, the ouut) Judges of Dade CounCount) Judges of Dadi t'ounty. an i ty, and file the same in duplicate file thi same In duplicate md .r Ih,same will he or Ih-same will be bnrretl. hailed I'ai.d al Miami, Florida, Ihia I I Dated al Miami. Florida, tin30th Ida) of February, I9C4. da) of January, A.D. 1964, i ABRAHAM M. SHl'KAT JKIti (ME H. 'I.I 'MAN As Kxi ii,„ AKxectttoi I Flrsl publication .-i this notice Flrsl publication of this notice on on the 7th da) nl Felit-uar), 1964 the 7th ,l.i> of Fehruar), 1964 i ABRAHAM il slll'KVT trOLI>MAN, t;t 11.1 ISTEI N I Attorneys for Kstate .-t fi PACZIKR Rl I'll STKINER, Deceased \ Exei itor %  i i.ii ,,in Road, 2401 West Flaglei Street Miami i:..,.h. Florida i 7 l I, 2] 1'^ i • %  %  -' %  •* Courl ..n or before the, Rth day of March, 1964, If you fail t,, do so, judgment b> default iii i-.taken ugalnl you fur the relief demanded in the iiill "i riini|.laim This notice shal be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN. DONK AND OKDKRKO at MIAMI. Florida, this Srd da) ol February, 1.11. 1964. I-:. P. LEATHERMAN. Clerk, Clrcull Court, Dude County, Florida (Circuit Court Seal) B) : C. P. COPELAND, l >eput) ii rk .1 DAVID LIKBMAN ,*,:::: North Krome Avei II,.in, -lead. Flol'idH Attorne) for Plaintifl ^ 7, 11, 21. 2


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    I Page 12-A +Jm1st> fk>r£df/3nn Friday. February 28. I96| Bonds Launch Nationally With $23,650,000 The sale of S23,C50,Oeo in Israel Bonds in the opening weeks oi the i.KM campaign was announced here Saturday night to the more than i.ooo delegates irom the United States and Canada at the international inaugural conference for i rael Bonds by Samuel Rothbcrg. ..tional campaign chairman, who : r< sided over the conference The amount, he said, const the largest sum ever sold for the nauguration of any drive in the story of the Israel Bond organi tion which sini e 1351, li a ised more Hum $660,000,000 for el's economic development. Barcn Edmond de Rothschild, of France, who is president of the Israel Bond drive for Europe, and an outstanding participant in Israel's economic development, was guest of honor at the 1964 conference here. The conference j launched a drive to sell 585,000, 000 in Israel Bonds this year, and also inaugurated the new $400,000,000 third development issue of Israel bonds, whose sale begins Sunday. A cabled message from Israel's Prime Minister Levi Kshkol out.intel Israel's major objectives for "he near future. Including economic levelopment; absorption of more .mmigrants; carrying "life-bring_ water into the barren and stj South" of the country; exlion of atomic energy for the i i of Israel, the entire Middle region and the world: tightsecurity; continuation of the e for peace with the Arab I; and intensification and enichment of the Jewish culture and ta e In an address to the gathering, inhas Sapir, Israel's Minister ol inance, discussed Israel's curfive-year economic plan. He s blighted Israel's i m m ed i a te as follows; Baron and Baroness Edmond de Rothschild, of France, are shown on their arrival at Miami International Airport for the 1964 international inaugural conference for Israel Bonds which met last weekend at the Fontainebleau Hotel. Gree'ing the Rothschilds are Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz (left), vice president of the Israel Bond Organization; Samuel Rothberg (second from right), national campaign chairman, who was chairman of the conference; and Louis H. Boyar (right), national chairman of Trustees. • Absorption of a population increase to 3.000.000 by 1970. and preparation for the fourth million, which is expected to be reached some time during the 1970s. During the past three years, Israel has taken in some 170.000 immigrants. • Continuation of the growth of| the gross national product at a rate oi 10 percent per year. Israel's plans call lor a G.N.P. of I C 15.000.000.0IHI (S5.000.000.-' 0001 by 1970: it is believed this will a-sure lull employment for the country's labor force t • Reducing the gap between exports ani imports by $160,000,W &S& FOR THE HOMEOWNER Who wants to Build Buy, Remodel or Refinance. It's Your Fault... If you don't let us SHOW you If you don't let us TELL you If you don't even ASK about our LOW LOW RATE HOW CAN YOU POSSIBLY GET THE BEST MORTGAGE TERMS? SEE YOUR FRIENDS xit s^jiiiversity ""l SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATh Hederal t 000 before 1970. Exports by that time are expected to b close to $1,700,000,000, as compared with $600,000,000 in 1963. • Achieving a substantial improvement in the level of general and vocational education in Israel." Referring to Israel's current negotiations with the European Common Market. Sapir indicated that the outlook for these negotiations is promising, lie added: "There are hopes for an agreement thai will safeguard this most important outlet for Israel's agricultural and industrial production." Abraham Feinberg, president "I the Israel Bond Organization, hailed the recent announcement by Presidenl Johnson <>f American cooperation w11 h Israel in the use ol i uclear energj for the desalination ol sea water. He said it represented "the k<> M the solution ol many ol the world's problems." "The cooperative effort by the greatest nation in the world and one of the smallest and youngest countries, Israel, not only testifies to the close bond between the two countries, but plays the spotlight cf world attention on the advanced status of Israel's scientific development." Feinberg said. "It is gratifying to reaffirm the fact that Israel, like HARRY GORDON IK1 GORDON IAMBS II. GORDON GORDON FUNERAL HOME EMANUEI GORDON, Pounder, 1 tecea wd A Good Name Is Far beller Than Riches OF CORAL GABLES Miracle Mile at Ponce de Leon WE SPECI4UZE in CONDOLENCE BASKETS iver From $7.50 We Del FRUIT CIRCUS 1789 BISCAYNE BLVD. FR 4-2710 FR 4-8783 the United States, is preparing to share its scientific knowledge with the rest of the world and with its Arab neighbors for the welfare and peaceful development of the Middle East." Louis II. Boyar. national chairman for Trustees of the Israel Bond Organization, emphasized the fact that confidence in Israel Bonds I i., iv.n spurred by th" beginning. OH Maj l, 1983, Of the redemption of the" firsl Israel Bonds. During 1963 aloi e, he said, more lb in $24.000.000 was paid'out in principal ana ii ten si on matured bonds bj the State ol Israel at the rate oi 150 cents on the dollar. More than $41,000,000 is due to be paid out in I9t>-i. he said "One of the most significar.ttha Warmest tributes were paid to Earcn de Rothschild by all the leaders of the bond organiiation as well as by another of the principal speakers, U. S. Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff, of Connecticut. It was noted that, of the total of more than $69,000,000 in Israel Bonds sold last year, close to $5,000,000 were sold in Western Europe under the Baron's leadership. Baron de Rothschild expressed his gratitude to Israel Bonds for giving him "the opportunity to be identified with Israel, not as a tourist or spectator but as an active participant in its growth and development." He described his experiences in selling Israel Bonds in Europe as follows: "It is re warding, in the course of my campaign work, to know that Israel Bonds are a symbol of the return ol the depleted Jewish communities of Europe to a status of equal partners with you in buil ing the Jewish homeland." The l%3 campaign "' the National Women's Division of the Is rael Bond organization was also launched at a luncheon last weekend, attended by more than 1,000 women leaders from communities in the United Staleand Canada. At the closing session ol the conference, Boyar was named chairman of the organization's Board of Governors, succeeding to the post held by the late Rabbi Abba Hille Silver. Morris W. Berinstein. of Albany. N. Y.. was elected national chairman for Trustees. RABBI DR. MEYER J. SAFRA UNVEILING The dedication of a mononom to the memory of the late RABBI DR. MEYER J. SAFRA will take p'ace Sunday, March 1st at 12 Noon at Mount Sinai Cemetery with Rabbi Tibor H. Stern and Rabbi P. Briskman of New York, officiating. Friends and Relatives are requested to be present y %  ^ k •aaa OAOI IOULEVAIIO MIAMI BBACM. FLORIDA JlmMON I-BE14 tAMMis a. a)LA3Ben> WML OIMSCTOM REPHUN'S HEBREW BOOK STORE Greoter Miomi's largest & Oldest Supply House fpr Synagogues, Hebrew & Sunday Schools. Whole-sole & Retail ISRAILI Gins AND NOVELTIES 417 Washington Ave. It 1-9017 Miami Hebrew Book Store ISRAELI 4. DOMESTIC GIFTS Hebrew Religious Supplies for Synagogues. Schools A Private Us* 1585 WASHINGTON AVE. Miami Beach — JE 8-3840 AMERICAN %  ISRAELI O RELIGIOUS STORE A ALL RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SYNAGOGUES SCHOOLS HOMES 1357 WASHINGTON AVI. if 1-7722 S. Scrmarli GELB MONUMENTS INC. Open Every Pay • Closed Sabbath 140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583 Dignified, beautiful and reverently cared for surroundings for our departed loved ones ara a source of very real comfort to all. Ml AM EXCltl .:.(,'. • %  \mflWA AM) COMMUNltv MAUSOI EUM In, mil iial M0 1-7693 ALAN M. BLANK. INC. MINERAL HAPEU* V 1 531-3441 Blank Bros. Inc ., Pittsburgh, Po Juek'^ls, Inc., Baltimore. Md. 1743 Bay Road Off Dade Blvd. Miami Beach snipping Anywhere in the World I



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    Page 14-A +JmristifhrMkun Friday, February 28 1964 M?3iR5 Attorney Kenneth Myers to Run For Dode Legislative Delegation Post Miami Attorney Kenneth M has qualiHccl fo£ candidacy for Dade s legisTativeaele^ation from Group 5. It is the first venture into politics for Myers, a native Miamian who served as special attorney ior the Dade delegation during the ]%"3 session of the Florida legislature. He is a graduate or University of North Carolina and the University of Florida Law School. The 31 year-old partner in the law Arm of Myers. Heiman and Kaplan said that "there's a dire need for coordinating and administering all the mental health facilities under one unified state department, which does not now ( xist." Myers, a director of the Florida Association for Mental Health and a member of the legislative committee, is a director and past secretary of the Dade County Association for Child Guidance Clini Myers said that "fair representation" would also be a major art ol his campaign pro rram, Mating that "a plan for such repesentation should be No. l on %  :>, %  agenda of the next legislative session." He serves on the Board oi l)i ectors of the American Jewish Committee, is a member of the Budget Committee oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, serves on the Hoard of Governors ol Fed t-ration and is one of the founders of the Federation Young .Men's Dii ision. Myers currently serves as Synagogue Division chairman of the .'9(54 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign and is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Bureau of Jewish Education. KtNNtTH M. MYCRS Myers was president of the Student Honor Court and was elected to the highest student honorary society. Order of the Golden Fleece, at the University of North Carolina. He was a member of the track team, fencing team and president of the Debate Counsel. During his college career. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at North Carolina and awarded the distinguished military graduate designation for his part in the U.S. Air Force Reserve Training Program on campus. While attending the University of Florida Law School, he served as president of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity and was cxecuReview. A practicing attorney in Dade County for the past six years, Two Leading Scientists in Important Nuclear Discovery Continued from Page 1-A on leave at Tel Aviv University. Dr. Cell Mann was born in New York. At 34. he is considered one of the world's leading physicists, iiaving obtained his degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology when he was only 21. Dr. Goldhaber was born in Lwow. Poland, has been a consultant to the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, and is considered one of the :opmost physicists in the world. In a telephone statement from Pasadena to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Dr. Ne'eman said he made his mathematical discovery while serving as military attache at the Israel Embassy in London. He held the rank of colonel in the Israeli Army. "I am happy that we have in Israel now. a group of scientists continuing the work on this subject—on the frontiers of phvsics," he told the JTA. That work, he said, is being done under the aegis of the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission. Beach Dental Society Miami Beach Dental Society met Monday for cocktails and dinner at Chandler's Restaurant. Program I was an "evening with Dr. Isadore Hirschfeld." stic Save 50% on your room at New York's Hotel Governor Clinton! Have 50% more to spend for a "funtastic" week-end on the town! What a deal! 50% off on all rooms and suites every day Thursday thru Monday check-out time. 1200 rooms and suites with private bath, shower, TV, air-conditioning. Theatre Ticket Service. Sightseeing, shopping and theatres at the center of convenience! Write-phone: Victor J Giles Gen. Mgr. PE 6-3400. Reduction of 50% valid to March S HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON 7th Ave. at 31st St., New York, Opposite Penn. Station Myers is a member of the Amer-, fairs Committee ol the MiamiHis parents are Mr. and Mrs Junior Chamber of Commerce. Stanley C. Myers, long tin* Dad* Mr Is also .i member ol the MiamiCi untians who hav pi..;, i d : %  n, Flor da and Dad I !ounty Vssociatii us. He served as chairman ol the Dade County ('1K.II.IHT ol Com part in eomrnunitj mercc and serves on the Board ol rhe Martha and Stanley Myers rrustees, City of Miami Em Senior Citizens Day Centei .inland is chairman oi the Public At ployee's Retirement Fund System, ed in thenhonor. Professional l>n,>io!!. 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On this fascinating va> cation you explore England, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France. You'll visit such gay European cities as London, Brussels, Cologne, Bonn, Zurich and Paris, and see the lovely Rhine Valley and the soaring Swiss Alps. markably low $609* from New York. On this magnificent vacation you'll visit England, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy and France. And you'll explore the scenes and cities you\a dreamed of-London, Venice, Rome, Pisa, Paris. OTHER BOAC EUROPEAN VACATIONS The BOAC Town and Country Tour is a truly de luxe vacation, on which you will stay in the finest possible hotels, travel in delightful luxury, and see Europe in the grand manner. You spend 40 davi touring, countries for an amazingly low all inclusive cost of $1791,*" from New York. 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    Page 10-B +Jewish fk>ridiar Friday, February 28, 1364 Genets Present Torah Scrolls To Hebrew Academy Left to right are Sidney H. Palmer, general chairman; Mrs. Fannie Reich, represen'ing B'nai B'rith Women; Ben Goldiield, Florida State president; Maurice Steinberg, president of District Lodge 5; and Maurice J. Feingold, presiden' of the South Florida Council. B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida Has Mass Initiation of Members Here B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida held its sixth annual mass initiation Sunday night at the Barcelona Hotel. Miami Beach Mayor Melvin Richard addressed the function. Richard is a past president of North Shore Lodge. Jack R. Click, regional membership director ol the Supreme Lodge, also addressed the group, i Greetings were received from Maurice Feingold, president. South Florida Council; Ben Goldfield, president, Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges; Ansel A. Wittenstein, first vice president of the Federation; Sam Nieberg, first vice president, District 5; Mrs. Alfred Reich, representing the B'nai B'rith Women's Chapters here. Degree team included Eli Hurwitl, Joseph Gorenstein. Emanuel: Tapper, Edward Stern and Herman J. Nudelman. i Highlight Of the evening was a principal address by Maurice Steinberg, president of District Lodge 5, of Augusta, Ga., who was introduced by Judge Milton Friedman, past president of District 5. Honor Guard of Jewish War Veterans, under the leadership of I Florida Department Commander Emanuel Mandel, presented the! colors. Dr. S. T. Swirsky. spiritual lead-: er of Israelite Center, offered the invocation and benediction. Maurice J. Feingold. president. South j Florida Council, conducted the, meeting. Jack R. Click was coordinator, and Sidney Palmer served; as general chairman of the affair. I JAN PEERCE METROPOLITAN OPERA STAR CONDUCTING Uvauvillv presents W •Ian Peerce A Passvrvv Seders Seder tips and tax incl. V) 3 Second Seder Sat Mar ?8-8 PM tips and tax incl. Children under 8 —$10 for each seder Call In .l-U.%11 Charles Miller. Catering Dept. Dietary laws strictly observed. Under the supervision of Rabbi Tibor H. Stem On the ocean at 67th St., Miami'Beach — **' Dedication of a new Safer Torah to be presented to the Hebrew •\cademy by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet and lamily will lake place Sunday. 10:30 a m. This is the second scroll lo be presented in the newly-constiucted sanctuary rr the Dora Cohen Memorial Build ing. 2400 Pinetree Dr. Pounders of the Acadx mj Mr and Mrs. Genet have been active n the school since its inception more than 15 years ago. Mr, Genet is honorary life pies ident ol the Academy and chair man ol the Finance Committee Mrs. Genet, a life member and officer of Hebrew Academy Woman, was recently named "Woman ol Valor" at a luncheon sponsored by Hebrew Academy Women Impressive ceremonies will I begin with a procession to be led by the Genet family carrying the Torah under a canopy into the the school building. The Torah will then be adorned by a specially-designed Yemenite golden crown, hand-made pointer, and unique breast plate by the children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Genet, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Coleman, Charleston, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Genet, and Mr. and Mrs. Saul Genet. These sacred objects were designed by Benyaminof, a noted Yemenite artist, of Jerusalem, Israel. Before the Torah will be placed in 'he Ark. pravers of thanksgiving will be offered by Cantor Abraham Self, of Kneseth Israel Congregation, and Cantor Hush Adler. of Temple Emanu-EI. They will be accompanied by the 50-voice choir of the Hebrew Academy under the direction o( Mrs. Miriam Donnerstag, music director of the Academy. Hy Fried and his orchestra will accompany the musical part ol the program. Rabbi David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of Kneseth Israel. Race Attracts 29 Nominations The Slu.ouo Ponce de Leon Stakes for Florida-bred-three-year-olds has attracted 29 nominations for its first running Mar. 11 at Gulf: stream Park. James Ross, racing secretary, announced. The Ponce de Leon, a mile and 1 a sixteenth test, boasts quality among its nominees, and all indications point to smart field. Mrs. Dorothy Rigney's Dunfee, Hofbrau Stable's Behaving Deby and Mrs. Marguerite Daniel's Bold Destroyer head the eligibles. Dunfee recorded l!X;:i victories in the Joliet, Prairie state and a division of the Cowdin. Behaving Deby won the Dinner. Fashion, Ranocas and Polly Drummond, and Bold Destroyer clicked m the Bright and Land of Lincoln. Mr. AND MRS. HARRY CCNCJ will deliver dress Larry Gene Mrs Martin the dedication adi. vim of Mr. Genet, and aril sixth grade student at the \cai ny will deliver greetings on i • tall ol the Gei el grandchildren, ouis Mcrwitier, president of the :ad emy, will accept the Sefer rah on behalf ol Ui my. Heading the lisl ol d i "h<> will acl .ia Guard of h nor during the Torah procession .ill be Jacob C. Cohen, \ ice prea of the Ai ademy. Others p tici ng are B. I, Binder. Le tard Rosen, Maurice Ii.it/. S liuel Reinhard, Joseph Cohen, c I rles Charcowsky, Morris Biene-ield, Raymond Rubin, (.hail..I :chman, Oscar Mamber and Irving Firtel. Parents Without Partners Parents Without Partners. Miami Beach Chapter, will hold a "Leap Year" dance and buffet at the Bel Aire Hotel o n Saturdaj evening. 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    Page 4-B fjewist fkrkttatArt Exhibition At Beth David The works of Shirley I. Green wU l be featured al an art exhibit sponsored by Mt. Scopus Hadassah al i;,Hi Uavul Sr.Kil iliiU on -Moir Passovcr -Seder at B'nai I Friday, February 28, 1364 B'nai Raphael Masquer : : e Prizes for the best masqxc, costumes will be awarded B'nai Raphael Religious s annual Purim Assembly ai on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Ri ments will be served. Tradil from 2 l" 5 speak "ii "Unand show her Sick Children s^aaarit; wm Benefit aj afti rnoon Mar. B, p in Miss Grei n • ill derstanding Art i aintings, gi She has ha_ paintings and sculpture at the S Club and Allied Art conducts art classes and nars She is ar! chairman for the Miami Branch of the National League ol Pen Women. On-the-spot sketches of people slated for Friday. Mar. 2" Club, and semiMember-bring-a-member brunch of the Ameriican Technion Society at the home of Mrs. Faye Tupler, 3 Island Ave., adds 20 new members to the Greater Miami Chapter, Women's Division. A non-fund-raising group, members' dues support student scholarships to Technion, Israel's largest engineering college in Haifa, Israel. Show (left to right) are Leo Rutstein, Southeastern regional director, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Faye Tupler, Dr. Irving Lehrman, member of the National Board of Directors, Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president, Greater Miami Chapter, Womens Division, American Technion Society, and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, honorary president. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami annual fund-raising aflair on day night, in the Fontaine! La Ronde Supper Club, will f Tony Martin and Cyd Char the dinner show. President is Mrs. Murra who attend the show will be made i; ,-t t. Mrs. Sam EUrsch iby Marian Smith, professional chairman. portrait painter. Some of her AH proceeds will be dor. works have won prizes and aescholarships for emotionally-dis. claim They will be exhibited at turbed children. the showing. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach Local artists who will display maintains 23 scholarships for -motheir paintings include Anya Axeltionally-disturbed children at the rod, Ethel Blake. Stell Topol and Max B. A-tor. Rosa I.rvitan will be in charge of the exhibition. Montanari Clinical School in Hia leah. Over 50 children have %  ., benefited from the progra ...^zArbont people and i laces... RESTING ON HER LAURELS It was Celebrity Day at Westview Country Club, and for men only, but Miriam Weintr thinks she did her share. It was her cousin, Dave Mishel, who went out to the club with her husband, William. Dave and his wife, Ann. who own Camp Brunionea in Maine, are visiting the Weintraubs. Dave was an all-American football player at Brown University and one of the Iron Men. AWAY FROM IT ALL Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pollock—she designs her own stunning wardrobe—are spending the week in Nassau and Paradise Island. The onslaught ot visitors and the hectic social season will make this short vacation seem a restful oasis. PEFECT WEATHER, PERFECT FOOD No wind, no rain, no bugs the night Sadie and Sam Greenfield entertained at dinner outside on the patio. Sadie's sister, Mrs. Anna Glasser, of Chicago, and Sam's sister. Mrs. Esther Weintraub. from Montreal, were guests of honor. All the others were also out-of-town visitors. Sam. who is noted for his outdoor cooking, broiled the steaks to a turn. • A JEROBOAM Definition—a large bottle holding four of the usual sized champagne bottles H er al Gloria i nd Norton Pallor* nighl they entertained at d Swi in, whose engagemenl to M i Dixon has just been ai m i the guests >>f honor an hi lp< d ish the Jeroboam of champagne were Millie and Earl Wiener. Rita and Herbert Bernstein M line and Stanley Brown. Marcia and Stanley Kolber and Jackie and Bob Traurig ON BAY HARBOR ISLAND It was an exciting day for Marjorie and George Sogg. whose marriage took place recently. The Town Council of Bay Harbor Islands had a reception in their honor in the garden area of the Bay Harbor Hotel. Afterwards, there was a cocktail party at the Sogg home lor Town Council members and the close friends of the Soggs. Mrs. A. Harris. Mrs. Harry San Is and Mrs. Dudley D. Brodie assisted the hostess, Marjorie, in welcoming guests. The house was filled with flowers, which were magnificient arrangements of pale green and white anthernim. Among guests were Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Narot, Mrs. Carry Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Richter, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Roberts. Mrs. James Oline. Then there were Joni and Stanley Tale. Ruth ano Shepard Broad, Tema and Morris Burk, Sara and Seymour Silverman, and GolJie and Sol Goldstein. —FRANCES LEHMAN BISCAYNE TERRACE v .'." • fiOPiDA UUOCK NEW WAHAGlMtNT /ntown Hotel • .ard NE BAY Strictly Kosher Facilities Und r Supi rvision of Rcibbi Tibor H. item ir RECEPTIONS BAR MITZVAHS ir BANQUETS WEDDINGS Where the Stars and Heaven Join Your Fest v t:cs at the Beautiful Newly-Decorated STARLIGHT BALLROOM Parties Up to 300 Free Parking Exquisite Cuisine Expertly Prepared — fine Wine: it CATERING AT YOUR HOME FR 9-3792 CALL SHIRLEY. Catering Manager cmttfltY i Free Loan Group Installation Set for Sunday Evening Rabbi Solomon Schiff, spiritual ed as president. Other officers toi Miami Beach Mayor Melvin leader of Beth El Congregation and be installed included Joe C. Zalis, Richard will act as master of cerpresident of the Greater Miami honorary life president; Joseph I emonies and Cantor Zvi II MarchRabbinical Association, will deNevel, first vice president; Berbein and Stella Marbiny will preliver the address at the 14th annard Jaffe, second vice prevdent: sent a musical program nual installation banquet of the Rose Siegel, third vice president; Tho •>„.,„;.,,:„„ i Greater Miami Hebrew Free Loan Max Rappaport, treasurer. Zelda ,„e flnS \1Z „ ,'' M '" Association on Sunday night at the K.insl. recording secretary; Ida Lombardy Hotel. Ochs, financial secretary; and Max Isadore Schwartz will be installPrice, corresponding secretary. far •vtrywcoitonti your eiiurone^ol y£ (^yS • n offolr to rtmtmbtr ... v. tc'd-gi, ^-"^""* Have that Business Meeting, Banquet, or Special Occasion You'll find complete facilities to exactly satisfy your needs in the Kismet, Aladdin, Scheherazade and Rubaiyot Rooms, be it for a wedding or a private party I ians without interest or other charges Credit Committee includes Morris Eckhaus, Fred Ochs, Sam Sherman, Max Rappaport] Hyman Chabner, Hyman Kam and Ben Silverman. Mctptloni, conflrmotiom ond orgonizatton •flairs tokt en on addtd mtaning and stature .. a ccmplimtnt to your guttti — whtn arrange*) kf our itaff of mportt, MAKE IT TH( NEWIY DECORATED SA8CEIONA TO MAKE IT BESTI J0 FOR INFORMATION CAUi MAXINEClARKorM, OPPENHEIM JE 2-331 1 ON THE OCEAN 43rd TO 44th STS. MIAMI BEACH Hair Stylists Open Salon From Cuba, Coral Gables and' Miami Beach, international hair stylists Ulysis y. 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    Friday. February 28, 1261 *Jeni$fi IFticrSdiann Page 3-A Westview Affair Nets CJA $25,000 Sharing in a 25 percent increase at the Mercantile luncheon of the 1964 Combined Jewish Appeal are (left to right) A. I. Alexander, John Serbin, Edwin Lukas, guest speaker, Division Co-Chairman William S. Ruben, CJA General Chairman Dr. Irving Lehrman, Division CoChairman Joseph E. Brooks, and Harry Mizrach, Morris Rabinowitz, co-hos'->. Also serving as co-host was A. J. Alexander, of Kent Furniture, co-chairman of the Furniture and Appliance group. Mercantile Division Reports 25 Percent • Increase for 1964 Combined Appeal ('ruler the leadership of Joseph E. Brooks, vice president of Burline's, and William S. Ruben, vice president <>1 .Ionian Marsh, the Mercantile Division animal luncheon produced $30,000, a 2."> percenl increase over last year on behalf .1 the 1W>4 Combined Jewish ApGuest speaker Edwin J. Lukes, director oi the National Affairs Department of the American Jewell Committee, said that there has been a notable change in antiSemitic explosion in the United Slates today, "It is not the overt form we saw in the Hitler era and which was even practiced in the halls of Congress by certain Senators and Representatives of that era," | Lukas declared. "Today, antiSemitism is more subtle, more polite, and manifests itself in different ways. "For example." he explained. "big business management of almost all of the chemical industry BETH DIN OFFICE KABBI DR. TIBOR H. STIRN 1061 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach JE 1-1969 JE 1-6150 and oil companies, and much ol the banking and insurance industry, are guilty n| tinform, which habeen shown by our report that If.than io percent ot their executives are "I the Jewish laith." Co-hosts tor the annual Mercantile luncheon held at the DuPonl Plaza Motel in addition to the cochairmen, were A. .1. Alexander, ol Kent Furniture, co-chairman of the Furniture and Appliance group; Harry Mizrach, of King Kole. Apparel Group chairman; and Morris Rabinowitz. of Miami Diamond Center, who for many years has served as head of the Jewelry Group. Dr. Irving Lehrman, general chairman, spoke briefly at the first Trade luncheon of the campaign. Other leading members of the Mercantile Division include John Serbin, honorary chairma nof the Apparel Group; Irving Kern and Louis Reinstein, co-chairmen of Women's Sportswear Manufacturers; Ben Schwarti, chairman of Embroiderers Group; Byron Topol, chairman of Hanibag Manufacturers; and Jack Diaimond, chairman of Textile Salesmen. Co-chairman of the Retail and Department Store Group are Sanlord Sprintz and Sam Rappaport. In the Furniture and Appliances Group as co-chairmen are A. J. Alexander and Gordon Peterson; Ray Mutson. chairman ol Appliances; Gordon Paterson, chairman of Bedding Manufacturers; William Baros Jr., chairman of Carpel and Rug Retailer-: Frank M. Seiden, chairman oi Contract Furnishers; Dave Melin, chairman of Furniture Manufacturers suppliers; Herman Milgram. chairman of Lamp Manufacturers; and Ken Clifford and T. V. Moore, cochairmen ot Furniture Retailers. Over %  i n new pledges, a 20 percenl increa e, was recorded at the seco d a nual Westview Country Club Tournament and Dinner on behall oi the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, it unannounced bj Dr. Norman s. Jaffe, chairman of I he event. Dr. Irving Lehrman. 19b'4 CJA campaign chairman, who was a speaker at the dinner, noted that Westview Country Club once again "exhibits its rightful role as a leader of the community and of all worthy communal philanthropy." Abraham L. Feinberg, guest speaker at the dinner, and president of the American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, called "communal responsibility," and "rescue" key words in support of CJA both at home and abroad. "This basic summation of the work your philanthropic dollars make possible recmphasizing the age old tenet of our people that communal responsibility is the very core and heart of Jewish life," Feinberg declared. "What we have done here tonight and what we continue to do in our community, in our country and throughout the world, reaffirms our belief in this tradition and our basic heritage as Jews." Under the leadership "i Dr. Jaffe and the co-chairmanship oi Daniel Gilman, David P. Catsman and Leonard Wien, the second annual Westview Federation Dinner doubled the attendance of the inaugural event, "and provided increased rt and • erslan ini ol i he a e ies in the Grei i r ian nity and their importance to Hi itlfare oi all," Dr. Lehrman said EXCITING RETIREMENT ISRAEL Start Life Anew in the Young Jewish State! Hear MR. ABRAHAM FRANK Tel Aviv Director Neve Aviv Residence Club Israel's Dynamic New Approach to Gracious Retirement tor Americans Sec Beautiful Color Slides of Is'-ael and of Neve Aviv members enjoying life at their retirement club. MONDAY, MAR. 2 at 8 P.M. BETH DAVID 2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami TUESDAY, MAR. 3 at 8 P.M. 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    rage 6-A fJet* 1st KkriidI ; Hiir Friday. February 28, 1964 > Florida U AHC Plans All Day Meeting Religicn and Morality Will Keyitsta Symposium Talks Open to the Public Here The South Florida Federation ol Reform Synagogues will host an all-day symposium on Sunday, Mar. l. entitled "Religion d Contemporary Morality." Morning, luncheon and after%  oon sessions will be held at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The even%  --]< ii is scheduled for Temple Israel ol Greater Miami. With the excepl Inn of the mcheon. which requires a paid rval : sessions arc free ,i open ; i the pi R -.\ i> !i i Maurice "-. E | president ol the I i ri. .in Hebrew Con %  m will me tn M i ially i" take part in the -ymposium. will open at :i :;n a.m., with a session mi •Morality and Our Changing \ Code." Featured will be two rsitj i'l Miami -Indents as panelists. Discussion will be led hj Herbert C. Bloom, education director ol Temple lieth Sholom: Rabbi Dr. Herbert M. Baum guard, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Am; and Mrs. Harry Z. Rosenberg, Temple Emanu-EI. Luncheon session at 12:15 p.m., will be entitled "Morality and tlie Affluent Society." Invocation will be by Rabbi Mordecai Podet, of Temple Judea, Coral Myer 0. Sigal, vice chairman of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations in Macon, Ga., will be speaker. At 2 p.m.. the session will examine "The Synagogue's Role in Shaping Personal Morality." Speaker will be Mortimer May, vice chairman >.i the UAHC in Nashville, Tenn. Discussion will follow with these participants: Rabbi Leon Kronisb. spiritual leader, Temple Beth Sliolom. : i Beach, ami Harold Thur' T. mple ; ai Greate At 8:30 p.m.. the final si v ill convene at Temple lsra I, i:'T NE 19th St I in" a si entitled "Do We Need a New Moral rude'" Invocation will be by Rabbi Samuel N. Jaffe, Temple Beth El. Hollywood. Rabbi v irice N. Eisendrath, national president of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will be moderator. Discussants will include Dr. Maxwell Bauer, radiological physicist. University of Miami; Dr. II. Franklin Williams, vice president. University of Miami: David Levitt, vice chairman. UAHC. Great Neck, N.Y.; Dr. Joseph R, Narot. Temple Israel spiritual leader. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton. of Temple Kmanu-KI. I'I Lauderdale, will offer the benediction. RABBI ISAAC MAYtR WISf Union Founder RABBI MAURICt CISINDRA1H National President RABBI STtPHtN WISE Sainted Exponent MOVE MENT FOUNDED BY RABE! ISAAC MAYER WIS E Historic Roots of Reform Judaism The Union of Amcricai i %  regations "can Jewish congregational fedei ill the (luted Mate-, markit 9uth year since it was founded by Rabbi I aac Mayer Wise in Cincinnati in 1873. During the congregational year of 1963-64, numerous events are planned in tribute to this milestone. The Miami commemoration takes place this weekend as lay and rabbinic leaders gathei all parts of the hemisphere tn pay special attention to one of the many-faceted social issue.confronting religious gn ip> in the country— the moral climate in the U.S. today. Meeting simultaneous!? ill b< Union Programs Reach Out to College Student to Blaze New Pathways Today The Union of American Hebrew Congregations reaches out to college students. In 1906, it organized the first Hillel foundation on the Illinois campus. Today, through the work of the Jewish Chautauqua Soicety, it >pcaks to the college student of the proud and dynamic heritage that conlronts the new generation. The Union has helped blaze new pathways in American life w hich unite all creeds and races in the search for brotherhood. Its concept of social action committeewithin each congregation expresses the highest ideal nl a dynamic faith that considerman as God's partner in the creation of a better world. Trough prize-winning social action iilm strips, motion pictures. IRVIN FANl National Board Chairman books, lectures, and meetings, and through boldly establishing the Religious Action Center in Washington, the Union has restored the function of intelligent criticism to the American Jewish community. Contributions to Education The UAHC Department of Jewish Education was founded in 1903. and helped revitalize Jewish education in America. It was the work of the Union which contributed to creating a religious school that went beyond the Bar Mitzvah to confirmation and then to post-confirmation instruction. Full use of modern audio-visual aids, teachers* guides, teen-age magazines, new approaches to ethics and theology have kept the field of Jewish education alive, and all of American Judaism has been influenced and enlarged by these efforts. The Union has been among pioneers in the field of intergroup relations, and has been constant in upholding its side of the dialogue between Jew and non-Jew. The Commission on Information about Judaism was founded in 1915, and the "Message of Israel" has been continually broadcast since 1934. In 1943. the Union began publishing the magazine "American Judaism;" and its television and radio programs, "Legacy of Light" and "Adventure in Judaism." have been widely acclaimed. In all of these methods of communication there has been an emphasis on Judaism not as static, but dynamic. Alert to the Times When social conditions changed, the Union experimented, investigated, and then created new solutions for new problems The Union's Bureau of Synagogue Activities gave advice on architecture, trained executive secretaries, set standards for board members, brought new tech niques of worship and of music, and enlarged the congregation by adding a new dimension— the teen-agers. This aspect of Reform growth, the Union's National Federation of Temple Youth founded in 1939. fused the dynamism of Judaism with the energy and dedication of the coming generation. Reaching, as it has. into modern life in all its aspects, the Union has created for its members an involvement in Judaism which means progre-s and vitality for them in the yearahead, SUMMER CAMP As part of its opening program of religious education the South Florida Federation, in cooperation with the Southeast Council of the UAHC, conducts a summerlong camping program for youth and adults of Reform Jewish Congregations in five states. The camp, located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Cleveland, Ga., proviies exciting experiences in living Judaism for youngsters between the ages of 11 and 18. Sessions are from two to three weeks and arced by professional and rabbinic staff. In addition, the facilities are utilized for adult re. treat-. the I : the 1 AHl Board Ii di the religious movement Ses ..,.:.. will I" chaired b> m elected L'AHl Board Chain In in Fai' t Kansas Cit} Mo. Enrich Jewish Life When the l'mon was established, itpurpose as stated in the constitution of 1873, was "to en courage and aid the organization and development of Jew i-h conations: to promote and en rich an I inti nsifj Jew ish life. to maintain the Hebrew I Ji ish Institute n| Ri n; and to foster thi activities for the perpctui and advancement ol Judaism At that nine, i ne i mon was organized with a small nucleus ni 34 congregations from 28 states. Niru-iy years later, the Union represents some 657 con gregations and some l.nou.tXMi nun, women, and children Institute Branches Today, the central offices of the Union are located in the eleven-story House of Living Judaism on New York's Fifth Ave. From UAHC headquarters and through 18 regional offices throughout the country flow the spiritual guidance and practical services essential for the ishmi nt and growth of itc stituent congregations. The office serving Ihe S I „-l and Miami arcIi at 816 Congress Building, 11 NE 2nd Avc Miami. Rev, Sai lord Seltzer is regional directoi In 1875. the Union lounde. the Hebrew Union College o Cincinnati, which is the oldest .lew i-h seminary and the only institution tor the training ol Ri form rabbis in the Western Hen isphere The College Institnt today has branches in New Yot City, Los Angeles, and Jen salem. Graduates of Hebre sen e Liberal Jc ish institutions in all corners Moral Adaptation The history of the Refori movement reflects the nistori character of Judaism it-el: Judaism ia record of thadaptation of enduring mora principles to changing times an. places Reform, designed to re fleet that adaptability, came int. existence in Germany in the 18H century, in the wake of thFrench Revolution, in a perux when all of Europe, as well athe Jews of the ghetto, was re sponding to the democrat!*. Continued on Pge 7-A bnl 0 ^ ,ud ? u sm P lace s qreat emphasis on religious education of youth and has been nml ni !" ~ rc in imorovinq tio~! ,, "' F'^es qreat emphasis on religious eaui cZnrJ ou 'h and has been amonq pioneers in improvi. eX tTJ n -f r ? U 9 ious school through texts and other materials to provide the bes Q Jewi3h ^^ 0



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    Hday. February 28, 1964 Jew 1st noridian Page 15-B r ,., F^ t> 1 f >^L %  |P#: ^^^^R r*~~ ^BR.'-'jBtL ; ill** ",: m ML' I %  l LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE forkshop of the Council of PTA's gathers at Temple Beth kcJom for a program of panel and buzz sessions on "Stepping sr.es of Good Jewish Schools." Standing (left to right) are rs. Robert Frank, of Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Sanford Seltzer, rec;or of Southern Region, Union of American Hebrew Conrations; Mrs. Norman L. Harrow, president of PTA Council; id Louis Schwartzman, director of the Bureau of Jewish EduItion. Seated (left to right) are Mrs. Bernard Stevens, local bmmunity leader, and Jeanne'.te B. Schwartz, director of Early lildhood Development at the YM and YWHA of Greater NOTICE UNDER NOTICE BY PUBLICATION FICTITIOUS NAME LAW IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY aiVKN thai ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Jjle UBdeslgnegWdealrlng to engltg. FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE III business iinil,., Hi,fictitious IM III. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY, •if V.\ I >| ft ASSOCIATES ;,i 39 N.w No 64C 2138 sitft Hi I, Miami, Intend to realsRl'DOI.PH M. MARVIN i,r -aid Him,, wi.i, Hi, Clerk -t the I'lulnllff, I'M, nil t'ourl %  •! Daile Cmiiity, Klorvs. Ida. PANSY MAY '! VRVIN. KMM.E YAM Defendum. I %  I: I-: 11 II. WILLIAMS SUIT FOR DIVORCE RICHARD BRICKMAN Tl '. PANSY tJAY MARVIN MYERS, H KIM AN ,\KAPLAN Weal Bay. lirand fa*vman Island AM,,I m >.fur Applti nnl West Imlii .ll"S\\ |xt Street You PANSY WAY tIARVIN, in. 2/2S. 3*-i:!-2 hereb} iii.ijii.il Hi.11 -., i .ill ,,r Com— plalnl for Divorce In..been flleil NOTICE BY PUBLICATION against ynu, mil you in.required iIN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Wl ve ;i cop} of r Ansu. r ,,i II, .,.1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ina in the Hill nl Complalni on in FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE plaintiff's Attorney, MILTON \. COUNTY. ,N CHANCERY, FRIEDMAN. 1111 Ainsley Building, No. 64C 2068 Miami, Klorlilji and file Hie original .h iSEPHINE KI.LAIM i, Answer or Pleading in the .>f r i< I Plaintiff, the Clerk ,,| iii,Circuit Court on or i-. before (he 27th da) ..r March, 1964. |II:S.\II>M BLLARD. if you fall to do no, Judgment h> deDefendant. fault "Hi >>e taken against you for SUIT FOR DIVORCE l"' relief demanded in Iho Hi,I ,,, AND OR ANNULMENT COWpnllnt. TII. Desmond Ellard Thin notice Bh.ill be published ... Norman Kllaid I each Week fur four cnnsecntlvi weeks 4 nrj Ol -chard I ,n Tlli: JKWIs'H FLORIDIAN. Montreal, Canada ix'Xi-: AND oKDKRbu .,i Miami, Y,,n. DESMOND KI.I.AliD are hereiToiidii. this 25th day of February, bs notified that n Bill "f complaint A1 '}' %  "'•' %  ,, 'for Divorce and/or Annulment him • U. WSATIIKUMAX. CTork, been filed against you, and you are circuit Court, Dade County, Florida reiiuired to nerve n copy of your An< % %  •) %  >'•' Marguerlt. Morford swer or Pleading to the Bill of ComL'mi'-V.v'i'l'v' plain' on the Plaintiff* attorney, SOL !!' A flDl-l'MAN AI.I-'XA.NDKU. One Lincoln Road !'' ln 5' %  Bunding Hldg., Miami Bench. Fla, and file th. )"';""' %  '%  U i ": l: ... original \nsw.-r ..r Pleading in the r before the 30th day of Mai-ch, 1964. if >.,ii fail to do BO, judgment by default will !>• %  taken Biralnt you for tlm relief demanded in tinBill of i *omplaint. This notice Khali lpubllnhed once each week for four consecutive week* in THE .n:\VISM rT.ORIDAN. IxiNI-; AN1' ORDEREP nl Miami, Florida, ihis L'lih Any "f February. A.D 19(11. E. B LKATIII:I:MA\". Clerk, Circuit Court, Pade County, I %  •• Iihi (.-.all 1!> : L. SXBKDEX I i.-p'ii v clerk SI 'I. ALEXANDER Attorne) for Plaintiff :' L'S. :: ,;-ri-:'n JACOBSON MRS I'.I-'.I.LI-:. formerb ..f ll^ M In m v>. died Peb IV nl l., i, ..,,. in Yorktown ll.i^ht-. N V .-In"ii". oriuinally from Cllii'liao, Mr.l-i, ..I.s..n hnd lived In Miami Ren ii for %  !' %  yearn. MM is nurvived l.'her hrtodmnd David: two Hon* rii,.rl.-> U Jacohaon, Coral i'.:i'.'--: I'w.n .li'i-.ian ..f Voi kt" 11, i:iii-. and i" itrandi-hildri II Sin i.-.-s Were held nl i;.,nl.,n Eunei-al Home on Keli, -i. NOTICE TO DEFEND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2161 P.AYMi i\ I'.KI.IM.E. Plaintiff, vs. ANCKI.INA I'.KI.ISI.K. defendant. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61953-B In RE: INiai. of ERXKHT IIVI'i: ULAKE, I .-a-.I. NOTICE TO CREDITORS T.i All Credltoi- and All Perxonn llavlna CIIIIIIIH or Deiuiinils Aitalnel Said Kstitlc: Ymi are hereby notified and required to |ir,.s.-iu nn> claim* and delllamis which you may have BBalnxl the eatute ..f Kit.MOST MVDi: BLAKE, ,1. i ..-.ii. lat Dade Coun0 v %  i;-i:-_'i '*" %  i'lniiila. In the Coutit> JtldgeH .,l Pad.County, and file the sannin duplicate ami as provided In Section iSs.ltl, Plorldn Siatni.-s. in their ofii,.-.in the ''ounty CourthoUK.. In [hide County, Florida, within l> ,.,i ••miai montha from the tin i the first publication hereof, ..r the name will IIH liarred. Dated at Minmi. Florida, this Uth .lax of February, A.D. imii. VIOLA OI.SI:.\ BLAKE As Kxernlrtx First publication .-f ibis notice on LEGAL NOTICE IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 62155 C IN RB: EKtllte .if i.i'i'is Ai'i.i:i: "'NO'T'ICE TO CREDITORS To All Credltoi s and Ml i'ei MOIIH I la\ Inu .'laiin.or IVinandM Axalnal .-'!•' Batate: You are hereby notified and n ,..l |o preaenl any clalmti and di which i..n may have againat the ee. ite of l.,,iiiA.ll.-r deceased I %  Dade County. Florida, i" the County jmliri ,.i I lade Count}. and fill lh s: • in nupllcate and as pn>\ Ided In Si ,I -.ii : %  ': %  : 18 Iliirida Ktatutea, in their offices In the C iunt} CourthoUSH In Hade County, Florida, within sii calendar months from the ii i the first publication hereof, or the s.m u ill he barn ,1 Ihited at Miami. Florida. Ih da} "i Februnr}-. A.D, I'MU noetic M'i mi ARTHI'R AIH.i:i: Ai:\., ni..i> l Irsl publication ,n this nol <•> on the 21 si ilav ,,l' l-'.-ln-nal > 1 %  "• I I.KI I.N AIM o. Li M:I:T of Myers, ll.inian A Kaplan Attorne} for Exei utors i r.ii s.w First si i. • i Miami M, l-'lm id.i 1' 21 -'.'. :: [1-13 IN THE CIRCUT COURT OF THE 11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHANCERY No. 64C 1903 III iSLYN O. tlRALITZKH, Plaintiff, SII'NI-Y tlRAI.lTZEU, I lefendnnl NOTICE TO APPEAR I'I i SI I iNKV i IRALITZRR 29S( .an Parkway Brooklyn, Sew Vork Tt>r ARE HERKRY XOTIFIED II i 'iimplnlm fur I 'ivoree has i„ %  it filed airnlnst you, and vn are r. .|ni:-,-.i to si r\ u cop> ,,f youi -.' KV nr iileadlim In the t.'omplnint on Hi. plaintiff's attorneys, Myers. Helinun S Kaplan, 1150 K.W. First sir..-. Miami S6. Florlila, and file ti in..i answer or pleading in the office ,,i Mi. Clerk ni Hie above, styled Court ..I, nr before the lard da} of March, lai 4. In il.-laiili ..f which MiCon • plaint foi I 'I' i ; l he laki n Hi ,.ni. -s.n iutaini-l you. DATED this IHth da} "i F. Ii : '.;i. ni Miami. I >ade ''..imii. Florida. E. R I.EATHERMAX i 'lei k "i the Circuit Court l M.I,. i 'ounty, Florida is,-;,li By: C P. C( 'I'lM.ANl' l... ,,ui i "lerk %  2 -l---. :i % %  %  I Ultima'" es my %  mer SORKiN, Samuel. ac# %  of 1021 EII, i.i AV. -.. died l eh SO, Services were In Id in i.'ii.-.-ns. N V He its I.I-I survivor .a" Rnrkin I Iron. Kosher i.n.. Poultry Markets, Brooklyn, N > I.... :il survivors Include Ins wife, Ri ilaughter, Mrs. Natalie Rnsr and two arnmlehlldren, Luke nnd lit i. %  i.ii Inn In the north are i„ -.ni-. aim In da ushtei and nt in r grnndehlldren. FISCHER. Benjamin. S4, of Uth si ,li. .1 Feh 22. Sen ii In l-:i./ai ill. S.I. Riverside. GREENFIELD. Jack, '-'. of '-"' %  C1lioAv, Rlveraldi FINKELSTEIN. Iliiniin. 7'.. of 1839 Collins We, Rivet aide. LEAVY, Mis li.ilin.l., Ill", I'.nllnlvanla Vve. Newman. SKOLNICK. Sun. 71, of 131 a n I ir N.M nan. CURTIS. S i" -I I n, % %  5115 CollluA\ .u -I Feb. 22. Services in r.r..n\. N V Riversidi RUBINSTEIN. Max. S, .a IS29 SW -.' 1 sI St., dleil F'eh '.".'. i;,.|-,l,.n BALKIND. MrNettle. 71, of 4 Ml NI-: I5nih Si Riverside. COHEN. I.s.|.li. S4, of 2189 SW 3rd si ilnrdon. HOSACH. Mrs, V. na. 10, ..f ltl \\V v,li Ax, Services In Hront Rlv. I si I. MANDEL. Ilii-li. •'.'.. ".I I6SK0 XK -ih A\, Kn rslde STE.NBERG. Myer, 75, of •" %  !•' Indian i "i eek I 'i --'• iii.in Newark, N i Riverside. STRAUSS. Benjamin, 71, of ''.:',"" Collins M. Rl\< sldi LINAS. Il.rm.lll, 7. of 125-1 Weal \x,. db ,1 I", I' -" S. n Ice* II Rlchni • %  •!. V i I! ei -i.i. CLASSMAN. Mrs MnlHe, M. of 221 rial ll.. hour, died F"i b -'" River.,,1. Yol', ANOEIJNA P. I-: LI SI. I-:. ISA SAYI.KS STREET, WOONSOCKET, the -!-t da} "f I '• lii-iiai-> i:'t RHODE ISLAND, are notified to file U I.I Nil: A r i:, WB1NTRACB ,vyour Answer t.i this I'nmplaint for CRIRTC1L Divorce "iih the Court's Clerk, and By: A. JAY CRISTOL mail i cop} in plaintiffs attorneys, Attorne} for Executrix ciiiMs in-: AND l.KVKNSTKi.N. mi Dade Federal Rtilldins Coral Win, Miami I",. Florida, on ,.r -1 S.I l-n Av.-. before the :llst da} of March, rn.i, Miami, Florida tin i "..null lini will be taJten is 2 21 --''. %  -!" ^xKI'IIFN K KWSS1.ER '\\*rvn'lf$Siimrii I'.IM IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Attorne} for Vppllianl Ii I F \T V F-I:"M \ i'lerk IN AND F0R DADE COUNTY, %  K.W, is, Ht. Circuit COWL I'',.. .'a.nii. FlSrldu FLORID N A „ S ', ? fi P f ,0BATE (seal! t>... ui ii-Miv Mo. 61768-C NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE IS HBREHY HIVES that the nn.l.-i simi--,1. deslrina to ensaue m bUHlness under the fictitious nnme of BBACHCf>UBER BAR at :•" 5th Street, Miami Beach, Intends to renIster sai.i nnme with the Clerk ..i the '•'cuii Court of Dade County, Florida l.nl.A FAY PICKREL By: K, M. I.Y.MAN l'.-i.nti clerk ) (I, :; 8-13-21 LEGAL NOTICE Isntffed. beautiful and Bverentlv cared for irroundi.iga for our ipartad loved ones a re wurce of very reel taaJL SEXCLUSIVE IEWI&H cs -• l ii 1 -. DCOMM M0 1-7693 IN "*"HF COUNTY JUDGF'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA N PROBATE No. 622W-C Clark IX RE Estate of I." HIS E. PERKINS, I ,. eased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS To All Creditors and All 1'ernon* Having Claims ..i Demands Ag*lnst Said Entnte: You are hereby notified and reiiuired i" present an} ctaltna nnd demands which v ni> have Bpalnal the eatate of Lolls B. PERK INS .1.-,.a-.ii late of Daile County, Florida, tn the Count} .Indites .•( Daile County, ami file the si.in. In duplicate and as provided In hfectlon 733.16, Florlila I Statutes, in their offlres In the Counts Courthottae In IVMIe Crtlmty. FlorI,I : within sis ii..ii'. .1in..nihs from ll,i time MI i he Ilrsl mttiliciitlon hi i eiii. nr ihe same will lie hnrl.-,i i.,,. a ,: .in .-I.I. Ilorhkt, this -i-i Kel.i ID I Wl I BESSIe: I'l IDs'INS \l V IIVI N S, I'KI.'MNS II VRNETT Rl 'MiNSi'N. JH As Exei utors I'li-.i puli n< l|,, !S|| %  Fel Ulll > ii \I:I:I.,v in 'KINS, iX \tti>i ii.-i i".-i i • l.'il, I lo -II %  I il Miami I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 2152 MARGARET K. VALIHKA, Plaintiff, \ s. ClEi 'RflE VALI3KA, 11. I, in la in. SUIT FOR DIVORCE TO; C1EORUE VALIHKA i,. I-Peresaenyl 3 '.,> 74th Street, Apartment ,, i Jackson Heights, New Vork You flEORtlE VALIHKA are hereby notified thai a Bill of Complaint for Divorce lias been filed anainst you ami > on are re-julred i>, serve a cop) of your Answer or Pleading t the Mill" n| Complaint on the plaintiff's Attorney, UOI.DMAN. OOLDSTBIS PAC/.IEH, 2401 W.-i FfatKler Street, Miami. Florida an.I file th Iglnal Anawer or Pleading in the office ol the Clerk ,.i MiCircuit Court on oi before the 31 si day of March, 1964. li you fall to do so. Judgment l>> default "ill I"taken against you for the relief demanded In the Bill of Combusiness under il plalnl Thinotice shall be published once -a. h week I'i r four consecutive eeks in THE JEWISH l-l.i ilil DI AN IXINK ASH ORDERED nl Miami. I iirlda, Mns 23th da} "I I-"-I'l-nni i. A.D. i'.nM E. r. i.i-: VTIIKKMA.N. Clerk, %  'ii ml i '..in I. I lade '• >u II i i in '-Ii 11} : K M. LYMAN Deput} Clerk i Inldma n. i ioldatein A. I'-', lb r 2401 w,.-i F'lngler Streel Miami. Florida A i ,-i II, .. for i IN RE: Bstati oi MINNIE SILVER I leceaaed. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I'.. All Creditors ami All Pi IIIII Having Claims ..r Ivnianils Againsl s.iiii Estate: You are hereby notified and required tn present an} .-Inimand demands which i "ii may IIHI.axulnat the estate ,.l MINNIE SII.VKi: de,,.,S..,I late .if Dade County, Florida, i,, the County Judges .a Ihule ounty, and file the same in dupllcal IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE NO. 62152-A Mi RE Estnti "f SAMI'KL SF:RVER Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS To Ml i 'reditoi and All Person* Having Claims or Demanda Against s.iid Estate You are hei %  !•> nol" led nnd pjlred i" present all} claims and demands which vou inn have against nnd as pmvlded In Section 733.16 the estate ol .-AMI I.I. sl-.i.\ I-.I. .1. Florida STntule-, in their offices In ceased bite of Dade l ounty, rlorlda, the County Courthouse In Dade Coun| to the Count} Judges ol I ii, Florida, within si.\ calendar | and file iii months from Mie time of the first publication hereof, or the sannwill i„> burred, Imii-il at Miami. Florida, this -"'Mi ilai ,-i .lai.uary. A.l. 1964, HENRY A. KAMI' As FJxecutor BEN.I \MI.N A'iKi'NOW Attorney for FJxecutor 211 i 'alnnn-i R lildlng i :. n. -M 21 in duplii lite as provided in s.-.-ii..n 733 16, Florida Statutes, in their offices In the Counts i '..III-MIMIIS, in Dade Count}', F'kirni.i. ii 11inn -ix i ah ndnr nlhs from the time ..I the first publli atli n heri ,,i. ,,1 the inline "ill be burred. I MI, ,i al Miami, I ,oi Ida. this lig AIIV .a' February, A.D. 1964. .MARTIN SERVER s ROY w SF:RVF:R As L.\.-, IIIMIFirst publication of this notli NOTICE UNDER i ,, ,, ,, r Hebruai}, IPS4 FICT.TIOUS NAME LAW THFUHMUtE It SELSOS SOTICE IS HEREBY MIVL'N that vtlorne} fur Executor* the ndersluned, desiring to engage In KU;, Lincoln Road fictitious name 1 FtHiD Sl'iil' at Tlim Reil Road, South Miami, and 2H39 Bird Avenue, Miami, Intendt register said name with the Clerk .• %  the Citcull Court Dade i "onnt}. Florida, F IRS I' II .v i' CORP., .i ml IIRHVK H I' O RP ALVIS S CAWS \ TI... ii.-i rm \plli nut I Lincoln Road 1 I, 21, •'Miami Beach, Flo ds %  2 21-2S, n 7-11 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IM AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE No. 61958 A IN RE: Batate of ISADOKF: SI'M:IM:I. I l-HTII-ll. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE No. 61869B In RE: Estate id SAMIEL s KOVACS D,.,..as. ,1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS r,, MI Creditors and All Person* Having ilaiins or Demands Againit Said Lsiai. : Yon are hereby in.tified nnd reejulrT< Ail iredlinrs and All Peraolis Hav,-,| t,, present any claims and demands inu Claims T i minis Agetlnsl S.II.I which you ma.have agalngt iiiBstate: estate of KAMI 'EL KoVACB deYou are herebv notified and reiiulr,-.-as,-.i late <.f Dade Countv, Florida, ed to piesem an} claims and demanils to the County Judges of Dade Counii hi.-h you may have agalnal the esty, nnd file the anme in duplicate lai. ,,i ISAI'HIM: sriKCI-:!. deceased and as provided in Recflon 733.16, Ianof Dade County, Florida, to the Florida statutes, in tlnir offices in County Judges of I ade County, and th,count} Courthouse in Dad.Couniii. the sun.in duplicate ami as proty, Florida, within six calendar i i.'.-.l in Section 733.16, Florida Slatmonths from the Mine of the first pubIIII-S. in their offices in the Count} llcution hereof, or the same will be Courthouse in Dude County, l-'l la, barred uithln sl.\ caleinlai in..nlhs from the Dated :il Miami, Florldn, this 4th Mm, nf Mi. lirsi |, ul.li.atii.il II.I.I.I. ,,, da} of F'ebruary, A.D, 1964, Hi. same will be bill LOl'lS K. KOVACS 1',,'i-d al Miami, F'lorida, this 25th AAdministrator da} of F'ebruary, A.D 1964. Cum I'estanieu'.o Annexe I.II.I.IAN SCIKI ;I:I. First publication of this notice on As Administratrix of F'elu uarj. 1964 I'i-' publication of this nol on LEONARD I! EOERT ih. 2sth da} of I". In nan I '.nil ROIIFM: r n TRACRIH i nistratrlx 1135 dul'oni Blda M OF ill F:RS, \\ EIMAS .\ K VPLAS I Vdminlslralor, CTA .Miami 36, l-'i'-i nia NOTICE BY PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 64C 1861 j \NIIA JO II 'I.I-...I i.>. Plaintiff, i MAN I. COLEMA S I ..i, in lain. SUIT FOR D VORCE I'i •: MAN I. II il. KM AN IJ71 Lee's 'Impel Road i Ii. ii-lii.i... -N..I iii Can 'In. i You MAN I. <• %  'I.KM AN nre hen i.v notified Miii a Bill "' Com f... Divorce has been fill you, and you are required to serve a copy .i* your Answer or Pleading to the' Hill of Complalni on the plaintiffs Attoi II. i. Ol 'LI 'M \N. GOLDSTEIN A PACZIER, L'lm Weal Flagl.-iSti.-,t, Miami. Florida, and Ll.the original Answir or Pleading In the ..ffi.-...( the Clei k of the Pii cull Court .ni or before the SSrd da. ,.f March, 1964. If you fall to .i" SM. jiidioiii.ni i.\ default will be tah en agnlnai you for the rellel di manded in the RIM of Comulamt. This notice shall i„puhllahed unco each week for four coiiHecutive weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 1'iiNK AND 0RDF:REI' ill S Ilot-Ida, this IMII da} ol F'elu A I >. 1961. K ||. I.I: VTHERM VN, Clerk i 'IT. mi i'..in i. I '.i|lr County, i • I'll, nil i "out : S .in 11} C P • 'I'KI.ANI '. 11, mil ", ,. litll.l 'MAN. liOLI -ST I I.N ,v I'M'/IKl: u i Ftaglei Sti eel Miami :: i, F'lorldu A toi in > s for I'luinl I'I



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    Friday. February 28, 1964 +Jewish flcrkfian Page 7-B k.c %  "• CM arvnin >sb yours, L i the future bride. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Retskin, 5028 Mag giore St. The prospective bridegroom is the son ol Mrs Bettj Sitnick of Philadelphia, and the late Mr. Sitnick. Purim Party At Beth El Max Garshag. president. Miami Friendly Social Club, announces that the group's Purim party festival will be held on Sunday 2 p.m.. at Betli El Congregation, 500 SW 17th Ave Entertainment will feature the Chicago Choir, under the leader i ship of Joseph Horowitz, in a group of traditional melodies, and refreshments will be served. Chairmen of the afternoon are Mrs. Joseph Bralf and Mrs. lsulor Silver. Gables Chapter Sets ORT Day Coral Gables Chapter of Wom cn*s American ORT will hold its annual ORT Day affair on Wednesday, Mar. 4. at a luncheon in Kings Bay Yacht Club. Fashion will be presented by Dolinger's Apparel Shop. Dadeland Mall, using members as models. Mrs Faye V. Klausner is presi dent of the chapter. Mrs. Benjamin : Greene is ORT Day chairman, ani Mrs. Edward Blackmail i.speaker of the day ADL Official At Testimonial Anti-Defamation League offlI cial. Paul Seiderman. this week I flew to Fayettcville. N.C.. to be jprincipal speaker at a testimonial dinner honoring Gov. Terry Sanford. The occasion was the 25!h anniversary of the Albert Stein DembO Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Seiderman. a national commissioner of tli" Anti Defamation League and a former board chair man of the Florida ADL. discuss ed extremism in the U.S. New seqment of the Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal that has added many increased giltsto the campaign and alsc initiated new prospects io: CJA is the apartment house and new prospect organiza tion headed by Mrs. Ruth Johnson Berger. Coffees have been held at Seacoast Tow Dance New! Couples and Singles ADD SPICE TO YOUR UKDANCE WITH YOUR WIFE HAVING A PARTY? ENTERTAIN WITH GROUP LESSONS IT'S FUN! SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER BOSSA-NOVA CHA-CHA-CHA TANGO Chris Dalton Latin Dance Instructor For InformationTel. UN 6-7711 11-5 P.M. SHERRY FRONTENAC HOTEL 65th St. nnd Collins Ave. Miami Beach Ntw sanctuary of Temple Beth Am will be dedicated at Friday night serviceof the Temple. 5950 No K ndall Dr So Miami, this v eekend. Dr Saurice tt. Eisendrath, present of the Union Of American Hebrew Congregations, will be nest speaker. Guest.will be requested to show their invitations for admission to 1 the service, A dedication ball will climax fov the weekend observance Saturday night in the Social Hall. Guest speaker will be Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, and one of the world's foremost archaeologists. Beth Am. in eight years of its existence, has grown to a congregation Of 600 member families, with a religious school of 1.000 children. President is Joseph Altschuler. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard is spiritual leader. • Announcing the Early Bird PERMANENT WAVE Beginning Feb. 24 $10 Complete! Every Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday All Solons Open Thursday Until 9 PM. AT THE MOST FAMOUS ADDRESS H.assii'su. ~SSs ARDMORE STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS Specialist >* •• &f •'•' "'" *'-** mm **"' ?"'"""• • PARTIES • WEDDINGS • BAR MITZVAHS Complete staff at your beck ani call Phone JE 1-3415 738 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach Since 1940 We just came from PAUL FREED. We're delighted with the wonderful buys in beautiful sweaters especially on Sundays from 10 to 3 • WHERE YOU CAN GET A TWO-IN-ONE Great Discount on All Merchandise Only on Sundays Spado I Group BEADED SWEATER^ Broken Lots WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone: 532-7551 SPECIAL SUNDAY SALE EVERY SUNDAY 10 TO 3 ONLY!